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Jackson Street, next door to City Hall. f - GEORGE WARREN, Editor. I ??!; TJC5b MR. " ' SEP01" JKcntucIcy. " 9f 1S85. ,. " ,'XJIJJ . , J3STVITJft.TIOKTS piuci: of subscription; 81.50. ESTABLISHED 1S59. 1 V HICKMAN. FtfLTON COUNTY, KENTDCkW. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27. COINS. VOL. XX. -inc. B11J Mm iJ If'S Idea -- ETC. ETO. OAZiZi jr"X BBS XTMU NOBODY REALLY CARES. jrriecc jcu, you'vo IfAnd till anything towith fears, our heart Tf Poverty bides near you. And your days are dimmed by tears, you Dud iespalrinjr IfNo answerwith sou' prayers, to our Don't say uword about it, for Jtoboay really cares. health and strength forsake you, IfAnd pain and sickness brlnsr A plooin that clouds tho sunshlno And shadows everything, iS you feel that lot so weary But mortal bears. Don't say a word about it, for Nobody really cares. !This world is fond of pleasure, And, take it at its host, bored uuloss lis sadly with smho and jou Meet it jest; yawns o'er Want's complainings. ItAt Sorrow coldly stares. So nover tell your troubles, for Nobody really cares. Harvard jfuttnge, in Harper ird.!y. "N I IN HASTE. ntm-u- out making further efibi ts to exnlain, mail regulations. lie knew the little customer quite we'l as the child of; "A idow Carvn, who had come to the neighborhood just after the firt of those terrible Hoods that had sent so manv homelei" ones back from the banks o'f .hb treadle. ,.ts Ohio. It was said that hor husband had perished in the waves after placing his wife and chili in. safety, and hero she had lived over since ia a little log cabin not far from the store, where with her small patch of corn and potatoos she supported, as best she could, herself and Jess and the little yellow dog. But only a few days previous to this, Mr. Huggins had felt compelled lo refuse her any further credit, till the bill, slowly lengthening on his big book, was paid up, and it was doubtless because of this that she had not sent to him at once to ask the advance of a stamp for this " BLACK YOUR BOOTS!" The Mixture Used In Vllny'a Day Insrcili-ohof Modern III ickliis I'lio Time Itoot-UlacWhen tho Dlstippoared. N U Bricl Description of the Colnase of the Unit i'fl Mutes. half-easil- NOX. Hott a MaiffiJwrclilns for a THE DAIRY. Artl-- i '. Long-Sufferi- onn-i- DDAIN5 . SCHOOL AND CHURCH. letter. i3mmim&''Fki An Important ken Egfffs X " v reach its destination, and the word? of It. was when postage stamps were Jessie returned to his mind "She said would know if you would flirec cents apiece, and eggs twelve and it must go in read it, you haste." and a half cents a dozen, that Mr. It seemed a sufficient pormisMoa to Hoggins, the proprietor of tho littlo the kind thought in his heart, and opencountry store at Elkton, sat at his high ing the awkwardly sealed covering,vMr. desk one dreary afternoon, with his Huggins with difficulty made out? the wonts written cudently head studiously bent oyer his book, tremulous with emotion: by a hand making out an account of sales. "I have just heard you were seen in 'Please sir,1' suddenly interrupted a Itockport yesterday, "looking for Jess thin, small voico proceeding from the and me; it seems too good and wonderspace in front of the dosk, "will you ful to be true, but I writo at once to and God grant give mo a stamp for these three eggs, say that we are here, vou in time. I will mv letter may reach and you needn't mind the change." writo 'in haste' on it.'and I will pray Mr. Huggins slowly lifted his eyes day and night that Ho will make it go from the b!g book, to look for the small quickly, for Jess and I are in such need speaker below them. that unless you come to us soon, I do It was a mite of a girl, not more than not know what will become of us. Wo six years old, who held a letter in one have mourned for you so long as dead hand and with the other tightly grasped that I can scarcely write now for tho her apron gathered together for the beatinjr of m heart at the thought of eafc keeping pf three eggs lying within. seeing vou again. Mr. Huggins' senses nad been so abThough Mr. Huinrms was often sorbed in the difficulties of his long sura called a rough, cold man, yet there was in addition, that it was several moments certainly a strange moisture in his eyes before he could recall them and bring as ho closed the letter. In a moment them down to a level with the littlo he had taken in the whole situation. head lifting itself eagerly up to him; Jessie's father, then, was not doad as but reaching out hi hand mechanically, sttppooed, but had been separated from Le took the letter, and upposiug he his wife and child on that terrible night, would immediately take the eggs alo, and had lost sight of them. The sorow-in- g the little girl incautiously opened her woman had just heard that he had apron, when, alas, with a pip! pip! pip! been seen seekiug those who mourned rs though they were kissing each'other a' him; but it was evident that he was not hasty good-bout rolled the eggs, long to remain at Ilookport. What if nnd with a 'smash! smash! smash! thU chance of reunion should be lost. lav on the floor, a medlev of oltl nnd These word. "I will nrav day and silver, and ivory shells! j night that God will make my lotter go For one moment the jHor little mes- ouicklv." and the wan, anxious face of senger stood Mlent with dismay, and little Jess rose together before Mr. then .lifting her distressed face to that of Huggins' mind, and with a suddon Mr. Huggins, she buret into a wail so movement he roe abruptly, saying half 7itiful that the hart of the aloud: "And my name is not Unggins if wast otiched with compassion. it don't go quick, quicker even than she "Why, what on earth dkl you open thought!" j our apron for, little gal?" said he, by Striding from the store nnd locking way of soothing her. the door behind him, Mr. Huggins was "To let vou ret the esrira." seen a little latter riding rapidfyjfo the njbbe'd the child. "I thought you were nearest railroad station. KOinsr to tuka uim. ' "I want this tplcoram mnt atnnw. " y, jtwwt Iiettor, Three Bro tnimlnno o,.rl .,nmo:nn.l n t.o.,1 lllll ( IOgA SPRllfi'OTTffij v amo"ni silver and a Telegram, he doubted much whether it would ever ratio ofle,s to gold of 1G to iSTSa w .UiLi. ivyAyu 'vihm sopg1hiy?wl'dTtHfwletrTr vu silver (jo'lar, whioh was to weigh 410 graiusjand to bo "the unit of Federal money' In 1887 a Odde of mint laws, ilrnwiiby Mr. It M. Patterson, the the Mint, and adopted by Congress reduced the weight of the silver loll$r to 4124 grains, and the smaller coins in proportion, and for both mettle the standard of fineness used in theMint of France was adopted. Tho go'd dollar was first coined under an ut of Congress passed March 3, 1819. fir an act of February 21, 1858, an important chance was made in our Na tional coinage. By the laws (previous ly existing both gold and silver coins The coinage law of 1792 provided for e three ?old coins, the eagle, and qiurter-oaglIt provided for the e. ,ilr lAlPibT 1, silver ! store-keep- er they won't hatch now, that's certain,'' Jiu conunneu, wim a touch ot philosophy in his tone, "bnt there's no more hjc wying over smashed eggs than over spilt milk; vou ought to be glad there are so few of them; and what were you asking me to do with them?" "To give me a stamp, please, sir. But oh, what will motherdo now! Her letter can't go and she said it was to start at once and go in haste!" The sobs grew louder as the little girl seemed to realize more and more the extent of the disaster, "To go in haste." repeated Mr. Huggins, with a smile of superior knowledge.. "Yes, I see, she has written on it in haste, in haste.' Well, that might have done some good, perhaps, fifty years ago, when letters were carried about the country on horseback; 1 doubt if it will hurry up the steam cars very much. But for mercv sake, little gal, do stop crying!" he ejaculated suddenly a. the deepening sobs smote his heart anew and brought him back to the business on hand. "Didn't I tell you there's no use crying over smashed ggs So, look up now and tell me what is the great haste about this particular letter?" "O, I don't know "zucklv, sir," answered the child, tearfully, "but I know it is something very particular indeed, and will break mother's heart a'most to know it hasn't gone. You see, he had been oer to Miss Kiley's and die come back with the tears all running down her cheeks, and she hunted round till she found this paper and a pencil, and wrote the letter with her hand all in a tremble. But after it was all done up, just remembered that she hadn't a stamp, and I ran as fast as I could to Miss Riley's but she hadn't one, nor any money either, and mother just sank down and cried as if her heart would break, and then, sir wasn't it lucky I knew a stamp cost three tents, and I just thought of my old hen. Buff, who was laying, eggs that I wanted so to hatch, and there was Ju-- t three in the nest, but I couldn't see mot Iter cry so, nnd I ran out and brought them in to her, and she was so glad well. I wish y6u could have seen her and she said: Thank God for the eggs, Jess, and run as fast as yon can, fortius letter must go in haste,' in haste, that's just what fche said but oh, the eggs are all broken now. and what will mother do!" The long story came to an abrupt end with a fresh wail of grief. "Well, don't take it so to heart, child," said Mr. Hugzins with his graft kindliness. "Therms no great harm done; the letter can't go till any Bow, for the mail has been gone these three hours." "Tomorrow!" repeated the little girl in dismay. "O, sir, mother won't sleep a wink if she knows that: she aid a day might make it too late, and that if you would read it, you woold know it must go in haste." "But that's all nonsense, child," said Mr. Huggins, beginning to lose patience. "There's no such thing these days ; letters now all go one way and in one time, and that's a deal quicker than they once did. But you run homo now, and if you like you needn't tell your mother anything about the waiting, nor the eggs cither ; I'll put a stamp on for you and send it as soon as I can." The little eyes beamed like stars through the iaUing tears. "0, sir, if tou would!" she cried, "and when my aea lays three more eggs I will be sure to briag thom to you." " She tarned quickly to the door, but pausing there, as if with an unconqner-bl- e impolse, she looked Tack, saying: "A4 iryou please, sir, do make it go iaat; for that's what she said in haste." J "?That child has got more heart than tbeogkt Mr. HugguM to himself m hmtAwmlfkr wtchd denart witk- to-rig- ht ymnjatittrtonarfc'po'frTni tillT had hold of them. Well. well. mmmmsBS )," hr SaxlaudJLhMr irenvrjuh "To John Carson, Jlontmmi's Tavern. : waeK, swear or pnunc acid, ami strong Mr.e r lii "Jess and I arc hore; oomo at onco, and inHOTEL CLERKS. quire at tho Elkton store for tho houM. in the st.tte of th.i Maiiv CAnsox." oil, are fist Thr Diamonds Thoy AVaar FuraNhod by powder, aad the sp.-rllockport was only a hundred miles Dealers ns Alvrttftinents. thoroughly incorporated: the .sugar or away, and Mr. Hoggins cast many an "There are a great many jokes made molasses, mixed with a small proportion expectant glance next day along the of vinegar, is now added, wv 11 road leading from the station. And about the big diamonds worn by hotel stirred into the mass: strong aud sulphuric sure enough, about half an hour after clrks," said a jeweler yesterday in tho acid is then gradually oured m the the three o'clock train had wiiistled, a reading-rooof IheGirard House, as ho vessel. The mixture "is then diluted stranger with eager, anxious pnffed his cigar and made himself com- with an additional quantity of vinegar. face, canie down that road and hurriedly fortable on his holiday, "bat that just Paste blacking is now made in precisely entered the store. the same way as liquid blacking, excep't "Can anyone tell me where Mary shows that few people know a good that tho last jwrtion of vinegar is not when they sco it." Car-o- n lives?" he asked, nervously, of 'Do you mean to say that the stones added. It can lie understood from these Mr. Huggins. worn by hotel clerks are all genuine?" ingredients how a boy who recently un"Yes, my friend, and I will lead you "Most of them are. I saw a hotel dertook to eat three boxes of blacking a part of the way myself," answered'the clerk at Cape May two years ago wear- on a wager, could die in terrible conproprietor, promptly, and without losing vulsions. Baron Lieb g states that in a moment the two were soon in tight of ing one of the largest ami purest dia- Germany blacking is made in the folmonds I have veeu in many years. But, the little log cabin. lowing manner: Powdered k course, buy it, "That's the house," said Mr. Huggins, of did not he did not him." and, in fact, is mixed with half its weiirht of molasses, belong to you can easily find the rest of the way it and of its weight of olive oil, "Where did he get it?" alone," and with these words he turned fellow, he was to which are afterward added "Why, ray dear young back, leaving the stranger to hasten of its weight of muriate acid aud wearing it as an advertisement. Don't onward. its weight of strongsulphuric you know that a great manv jewelry He heard the little dog give its qnick, acid. The whole is then mixed up with that yelping bark, and a. backward glance firms advertise their goods in keep way? water to a sort of unctuous paste. your showed him Jessie already at the gate, Well, if you dou't, just you In tho days of Sim Tappertit, London eyes open during Christmas week and and the mother standing with clasped vou will see some of the hotel clerks and all other great cities were dirty and bauds motionless in the door-wabut blazing great badly paved, and bootblacks were as this was all. and you and Mr. nuggins value. with precious stones of of the abundant as they are at tho present dav. It's an advertising dodge both will have to Imagine the rest of the dealers, and it suits the clerks because They haunted the corners of the busiest stoiT. L.L.Iiobinson, in X. Y. Observer. London and Paris, and some they arc thus able to make a better dis- streets ofMr. few, like Tappertit, were installed in play of jewelry than most of the gue-ts- . Effects of Stories and Nightmare. para- shops and little booths. Thev hailed the It's a cold day when a clerk can't our The subject of burglaries had been lyze a eounln visitor by flashing a big pedestrians with: "Shoeblack, houor?" "Black your shoes, sir?" "and in varions phases by the family diamond on liim." never had change any more than thev "How are the dealers benefited?" before retiring. The husband is someThey used an oleaginous "Why, in this waj : A rich man, fond have it what given to somnambulism. Before of jewelry, comes up to the hotel counter and lusterle--s blacking, smearing" it on retiring he placed a pistol under the pil- and sees a fine diamond on the clerk's with their hand and nibbing it amooth low on which his head reposed, kissed He makes some remark with a brush or rough cloth. In the his wife good night and lay down to about the stone. The clerk talks about polishing shops old shoes were sometimes loaned the customer to wear while pleasant dreams, In the middle of the its features and value in an night his wife had occasion to rake her- sort of way. The visitor asks where it his good ones were being blacked. A self to a sitting posture. To her horror, was purchased. Clerk tells him and curious old police court case in London her somnambulistic husband quickly recommends him to go there; iu fact, concerns the arrest of amau for of the bootblack's shoes" grasped his pistol and placed it to her often gives hini a card of introduction. temple and exclaimed: "If you move Don't you sec how the scheme works?" which were better than his own. I" 11 blow your brain out!" She realized It is an odd fact that when the patent Philadelphia llres. improved blackings were introduced her imminent danger. She knew if she were to touch her husband or attempt the publio bootblack, who PAID THE DEBT. to explain his mistake, that he would used to mix his blacking up for himself Time ait 'Saw to DIs. each day, disappeared. a bullet crushing through her Jfcver So Good a Obligations. Everyone took marge to having hia boots blacked at fiome, now brain. She patiently waited until the The following true incident was pub that the tools and polish were so handy, horrible nightmare might release its grasp upon his slumbering sensibilities lished by the local papers years ago, but and for a score of years the public k and dispel the hallucination that she being true, and having been crushed to was unknown. Then he began to was a burglar. In a few minutes he earth, rises again crop up ngain and grow toward the awoke and saw what he was about to army he forms In Paris most In Van Buren there once lived an old of the public bootblacks are old women, do. He was horrified and trembled like an aspen leaf. From that moment he gentleman of the name of John Bonick. and iu Germany they are young ones declared he would never sleep with a He kept a hotel and was also proprietor Theie are no bootblacks in Spain, for n weapon of any kind in his reach. Ma-ri- of a blacksmith shep. A the men there wear patent leather slioss minister, Rev. Mr. Buchanan, who al- entirely. a Journal. Tho manufacture of these ways put up with Bost ck, met the hotel shoes is a vast industry in France, Legal Intelligence. man on the street one day, after having whenco the Spanish market is supplied. Cincinnati Enquirer. Many colored people in the Sonth are staid all night with him, and said: "Well, Uncle John, how much do I still of the opinion that in order to owe 3'ou?" A S40.000 Fence in Virginia. remedy the evil all they have to do is to "Owe me for what, Brother Back?" A gentleman from the Lower Peningo to law about it Jake Webster went "Why, you know I have staid all sula states that the leading local questo Jnst'ce Howard on Onion Creek, and night with you." "Yes, Brothet Buck, but you know tion in Accomac and Northampton asked for the arrest of Pete Jones for that I never charge preachers." stealing his watch. Counties. Va., at the present time is the "I know that, Uncle John, but I had proposed fencing of tho New York, "What sort of a watch was it?" "It was one ob desc round watches, my horse shod." Philadelphia & Norfolk Railroad. Tho "Brother Buck. I never oharp-- n work will have to be done bv a certain widtwohans, and inside dar was a i preacher for shoeing his horse." whole lot ob wheels." day in March next is required "Was it large or small, gold or "Idon t want work done for nothing." either by a State law orIt clause in the said the preacher. silver?" the charter of the railroad. But the "Well, Brother Buck, just remomber road has got to be fenced in, and agents "Hit was a silber watch. Ef ycr wants ter 'zamine hit, here it am," and me in jour prayers." of the company are now trying to eJfect "All right, Uncle John, but as I have arrangement with the farmers of the he handed over an antiquated old always adhered to the rule of never of the two counties above named to have turnip. "W hat do you mean? Didn't yon leaving a place in deb', get down on them do the work. The company is tell me the watch was stolen bv Pete your knees and we'll have prayers right offering five cents per running foot to now." Jones?" . have the fences built, and seven dollars The two men knelt on the sidewalk per one thousand running feet to have "I lufl him bab it ter go to church wid las' summer, when we was friends, and the debt was paid. Arkansaw them kept in good condition thereafter hut now dat he am gwinetcr marry Traveler. in perpetuity. Most of the farmers ovvayoacK jL,ucy, who used tor 'sociate A Philadelphia German, who wears tnrough whose lands tbe road is built, it wid me, I wants him sent to the pent- a "No. 17" boot, claims to have the was stated, have agreed to accept the teusnary for four years, and I'so largest understanding of any man in terms, and soon men will be at on him." Texas Sijt-iug- the country. the whole ninety-od- d miles of steel traqk building fences. A majority m County, Ga.. a Jus- of tbft farmers, it is thought, will use Between chicory, seorched peas and tice In Oglethorpe of the Peace was paid for marrying wire fencing. It is estimated that tbe poison, the average eoffee drinker leads a couple by the bride playing two tunes mtire cost of the wofk will be about a hard Olnhr. on an old office sruitar. Sun. Hoot-port- was of value in the United States than in Europe, and our silver coins were exported in large quantities. To prevent this the act mentioned placed a seigniorage, or mint-ta- x upon silver, reduced the and smaller coins in weight, and took from the subsidiary silver coins their quality excepting in small amounts. The silver dollar of 4121 grains was not inclu'ded !n this change. The mint was no longer to coin silver for individuals, but to purchase the metal at its market price nnd manufacture coins on government account. The effort of this change was to give to the silver coin of this country a current value MiJHciently above its 'market price as bullion to prevent its eortat on, and at the same time to make silver money subsidiary to gold. The silver dollar, however, being still legal tender to any amount, and being heavier than a dollar's wortli of small coins, stood at a premium of from 108 to 105. By the coinage act of 1S73, prepared under the direction of John J. Know (imptroller of the Currency, the coinage of the silver dollar of 412J grains was dropped and in its place was substituted the dollar of 420 grain, called tho "trade dollar," since it was intended only for the convenience of our trade with MexTco and the Central American States, China and Japan, and wax never much used in this country, excepting on the Pacific coast. The act of 1S73 also movided that silver money should only b. a "legal tender at i nominal value for any amount not exceeding five dollars in any one payment. This restriction, together with the omivion of the old silver dollars from the list of authorized coins, results! in the "demonetization of silver." of which so much was said when it effect began to 1m understood. By the "silver bill" of 1877 the dollar of 112J grains was restored to the coinage and again made legal tender. As coin, sliver and gold are of equal value, one dollar in gold being exchange.! bic for one dollar in iler at any time or either of them for on dollar in paper an legal tender or Uiei?Mfelfctt jia Ckictg InUr niwiia half-dollar legal-tend- er It appears tc have been customary to imbue shoes with an oily mixture of some kind before the time of Pliny, that i" to say, before the commencement of the Christian era. In the fifteenth book of his "Natural History" the great Roman states that Cato recommended the dregs of the olive, after the expression of the oil, to be used for annointing bridle roins, leather thongs and shoes to render them supple. The same author.in tho thirty-fift- h book of this samo series of his, describes it mixture which appears to be the very foundation of our modern blacking. This mixture he defines as a compound of lampblack, gum and vinegar, which could be used for cleaning shoes and foninte.tOA5Vnloavljl?ft3wvgll?iaii(l.hf raakesmuch of the double utility of tho invention. That very compound, with the addition of oil and molasses would make the blacking we use nowadays. That such a mixture was in use in Pliny's day is shown by the discover), among tho old Roman remains in England, of leather which had been covered with blacking, and some fragments of which still preserve a dull polish. The first blacking was doubtless rubbed on the leather with tho fingers or a cloth: for, at the time it originated, the stilt brush of the present day was unknown. Brushes mule of vegetable fiber and hair are mentioned by Homer, but from the designs which have come down to us, these could not have been used for polishing. The stifl bristle brush was invented several centuries ago, but it was not lit for a polishing tool, either. It was only in the present century that the blacking brush was brought into In 1801 a whalebone fiber blacking brash was patented, but it seems to have been a failure. Split quill brushes have also been tried aud for d wanting. This about in 112. Modern blacking eems to havo been originally composed chiefly of tallow, wax and probably latnp-biaeand was. therefore, somewhat "similar to It was a Eurojcan invention, and was first used in J 'ranee and Italv. A Mr. Richard Marti i got hold of the recie for it while os hi travels, and when he returned to he made a partnership for its manufacture with a Mr. Charles Day, iu !.)!. This firm has since acquired world-wid- e celebrity, under the title of Day & Martin. Another important blacking manufactory was afterward established by Mr. Robert Warren. Another was" subsequently founded by Mr. Everett, who commenced business in King's Head Court. Holborn. All the parties connected in establishing thee three firms acquired book-maker n-- e. k, harne-s-blackin- g. ueenn. j-- i hi . large fortunes. Each maker had, of course, proportion and methods of mixing iH?euliar to hiin-J- f ; but the chief materials, iiainlv, a Mark coloring matter and cert.i.ns infr, stances which aciiiirt . rlo-- i 1. t:on. ert the same in mc-- ' e.is m 1 . moia.. f bone-blac- k, I'lTTkuJ . - Never feed whole grain to tho cow? cio is v.u;j wescrlbcd by III It pay3 well to have it ground. jmtar Half. Bfware of fat cows. Thev- - are gen- Didyou'ejpersee a man search for a erally better for beef than formilk and missinff ana if not, just let butter. nio tell yotth9w Mr. Nox does it. you oxpoet your cows to give a Mr. Noypjncrally arises to build largo flow of milk, give them food thai fires, Icavingjmo to my morning nap is Conducive to milk secretion. Do not forget to handle the uddor Undisturbeajthat is, if he can rememwheralhe, put his clothes the pre- of young hoifurs before they have their ber vious evening;' if not, I am called upon first calf. It certainly makes them to tell hiiwhere he stood, whonce all gontle. Always keep convenient in tho but him.hUdJtled (to bed). Tho 'otw morning, after being stable a little mutton tallow or vasolino dreamilyf conscious that tho "blame 1 to use when the cow's teats show signs of cracking. shningrjjFewet," and that the Do not look for a superlatively good nevotlpM in its place," I wai broadlyvkkenod to find Mr. Nox going beef, butter anil milk animal in the up andfaoifn our bedroom, lamp in sumo cow it is incompatible with tho hand, hKpcstJhat stuck on the extreme deorecs of nature. . back of ijtf'had, kicking his slippered Milk, butter, cheese nnd calves are feet iUralasfJfevorY bit of furniture in all tho legitimate progeny of a cow. riWefi.J5t ftvuCft pmilrcittlnmJri What ammaL gives a more diversified ,, te&JfT!ClaJRlE'nnw5lni1''frin'lrtii 1wMa-1rr1 j iuquired the matter. If you keep cows for ma King butter; "Hunting nV rubbers" (shortly). test each one's milk separately, and see "But you doVt expect to find thom in if she is performing the work for which hereon tho wah, do jou?" seeing him you keep her. gazing upward. The first thing to be done to secure "Course I do. Where else can they be? a large flow of winter milk is to make I've looked evoryherc else." the cows comfortable; the next, to feed I suppress a gigjle, which has become judiciously aud liberally. chronic and attaok me whenever Mr. Tho winter's production of milk Nox begins a searcli, I suggest various and butter pays the best if properly aces in which thej; might be found; CI something be said ut he "has looked 3iero." Back and managed occupations that can dairying. of but few except forth now in one rotm, then in another A .... Ylllfrid ndntd.fi IU1IHMI1 flian?rrif v... u. v J., v.... C.M-warmer waxes his rath. He gives a pasture will spoil not only the milk of the kitten a rough pu4 and looks carethe cows running there, but also the fully on the spot of caiW it has occupied. Suddenly an idi'Heems to strike entire contents of the vat into which tho him, and holding the lanp high abovo tainted milk is poured at the factory. The necessity of having a suitable oserve nis neau, ne manes iiho uio closet. My mirth subidta. 1 spring place for keeping the milk is felt at no timo more than during freezing weathup. "O, don't go in there! Your rubbere er. Frozen milk will not make good wore in thetc. never, Good butter, nor will the oream rise properly. Many a farmer would accomplish gracious-- Coino out!" (raisingnny voice better results with half the land, an J in command.) "I don't" know they ain't, and 'n many a dairyman would be rioher if h going to havo them. Do on suppose rave away half his cows. A small fflrnJ 7'jm goigto milk that cow" without my tlioroughly cultivated, a small dairy wo1 managed in every particular, will give rubbers? So mufli talk had awakened the better returns thau a large farm lialf "flower of the family," who starts up grown up to weeds or large dairy poorly managed. and says, speedily: "Saw 'cm on tho piano las' night." DAIRYING. This is too much for me, aud I roll over in bed, hugging a pillow ecstatically over, my mouth to suffocate mv Some of the Step- Xccetary to T.parned In Order to Become a Good Dairyman. laughter. When I hail recovered I Every year many farmers become peeped out and found Mr. Nox examining the pino first at one end ami then tired of raisjng grain for the market at tho other. He nrcoares to take oil and resolve to engage hi the business of the lid, when my indignation gets the producing milk. They road oi the largo bettor of ray discretion, and I angrily profit others realise from eows and condemand what he anyway. "WJy. mv rubbersvypu blockio, didn't clude that it would m policy for them frhe sa they were here?V to devote their farms to the keeping of "Oyon half wit're! Do yon think cows. They generally make the change thev could be in there? Stop tearing in a hurry and suffer the sad experiup things so." Uti gees into the preserve closet again. ence of farmers who, without knowlleavp their field to goes ott, flies into the kitchen and edge or experience, engage in trado or manufacturing! through the jwiitry. Then I hear the safcrfoor click, wood box and coal hod They do not appear to realise the fact that they are engaging in a uew braneh juurle h)rr.lv, the oven doors a of business, and have much to learn. , padfulof piita'oc-out.. uthui the Neither do the- - realize that consideraj',-t.- .t t.v ii, w :iMi ji hi fi.,r rs tne sink n ble time is necessary to prepare a good . ,, ... .. .,.., tl'- ehxk"lid-lifter atr. m sun-bur- nt diu-mo- nd bone-blac- one-eigh- th one-eigh- th one-fourt- h y; ed to-da- y. shirt-boso- oft-han- d rnirniu"-ofi'inapni- r M-ii- d boo't-bluc- to-da- y. cl well-know- gwine-terhabdela- w work-alon- g s. life.-.BA.i- to HQ.UQQ.-JJaUimo- re The works of both Longfellow and Itbjpirdlng Our Thou?htM88fccurcr Emerson are rad in the French schools. This article is desigawwre espeback of tho In the church-yar- d cially for those vcrtcbrawKb arc abla Refonred Church inRochcster, N. Y., to keep and use their Qw'sl!"?!- - It is is a tombstone that dates back to 1696. thosj not intended for the Professor Albert Harkness. Greek nerve-centProfessor of Brown University, has been Mho simply havo a Supervisor of the gjfmporari-l- y chosen Resident which they are American College at Rome. until they cau atl'ordgijB. Rev. Dr. Cuyler says in tho Evan' Man is more highlpnved with gclisl: "Some of the renderings in the Still, revised version of the New Testament brain than any othctfNJHi nearly all auimate creftlbnjj a trao present'old-familia- r passages in a new of this organ decreasijifkof eourso, in light and reveal new beauties." to the intensity downward, A deaf mute, who is blind, attower mammals, birdsJtWfiiles, batra- - tended a religious service for deaf mutes traecs o in Baltimore a few Sundays ago, and chia and fishes, till n vnphioxus was made to comprehend the entire tho brain disappear i and dude. service by a deaf mute who Interpreted iviest brain by certain pressures on the blind man's The elephant has V ffrhs fts h?vh of any animal. It eft r.jro-' - hands. e ninonr t..t, Tini,nl fj njWVhale comes ... . . J dis- While next, witii a brai Wigh; per- cussintr thethe theorists have been edit- - . nronrictv of industrial . eat men dWpjoSLjjgnnjl '...I JZ.m ..V...--. firyTSo" strongtn is tue rest: where girrsanlrllp' I,"1!! than quantity In ie matt r of brain Kinds 01 traues, irom coosiug w jri- - tissue. have sprung up in New York The brain oL an adult man weighs cdture, City alone. Current. ounces, while on an averageforty-oigh- t There is a blind B'iptist preacher in tlut of the ajvrage adult woni in weighs ounces, and yet woman is Rabun County, Ga., who has liuished r fir superior to mu mentally. I have his 101st year. He is unable to go out on duty, but his congregation gathers d btained this information from a of mine who is thoroughly trust- - around his bed in his rosidenco every Sunday, when he preaches to them. woi thy. The'brain is inclossd in a bony sphere There is another thing about which cdled tho skull. This bony envelope is there can belittle if any dispute, and t. The brain doe not have to that is that our public cchool system be aiivd if it is in a normal coudit on. will yield better results if it could bo It should be k- pt inside thw skull co made to embrace industrial training as stantly, and in a compact form as pos- a prominent factor in the problem "oi sible, for when it is otherwise groat in- education. St. Louis convenience may ensue. Provthe 5.000 teachers of The parts of tue eucaphalon, we are ince Of Ontario, the lngersoll the CJtroniclc of ccroM'lum, in told, are the cerebrum, h abandon the prooblongata, pons wrolii, obligate declares that year. The Chronicle bepianissimo. Any one would think that fession each reason of this deplorabl lieves that the a brain with all those thing3 in it would state of things lies in the fact that t not feel well, but such is not the ca-young teachers arc graduated in The brain ha been found, upon micro- many the model chool. and that tho sharpscopic investigation after death, tr con- ness of their competition drives ont the tain not ouly the foreign m crobes and things named above, but also a craen-tio- u better talent. A missionary of the American sub tance, cranial nerves, motor corpus co'.losum, corpora siriila, Presbyterian Board who has lately visthalmi, iubcrcula quadreyemina, stac ited Seoul, the capital of Corea, finds it? eato, arbtr vilic, erura cerebri, and citizens exceedingly lazy, dirty and other foreign substanees, which must given to drink. Speaking of missionary have made life a burden; and yet prospects, he says: "Missionaries aro not at present allowed in the country, death did not result for many yews. Nolhinj:, however, is so "destructive though as physieians to the legation I to brain hsU3 as daviight Many havo will not be molested while preparing died almost instantly after light and the way foi the work which will ooa freh air have been adui'tted into the be begun." "Hundreds of Yale graduates." brain. Tue brain b one of the niost useful of nil our organs, and, therefore, says the Hartford Couranl, "old- and we shouM use every precaution to re- young, have read with a keen sense of revol- personal bass the announcement of the tain it; r, like the ver a nan may struggle along for death at Coopertown. N. Y., of Judge Sturges, of the class of 1811: years vvrhout having occasion to use it, aud yet vhon ho does want to u e it he He was the last of the illustrious line.ot wants it very much. We might got college bullies' a fine classical teholar, an upright magistrate, and one of tht$ along iu society a long time wltho-i- t b ing eallel upon for any mental demon-st- i fattest and jolliest of men, brimming at on, but sonu diy, without any no- over with wit as with kindness ii gentleman tice whatever, we might be re pie-- t 'd charming by our host to express an idea, and wc whose society was a treat and whos. vvould frd very much cut up to adm t friendship was a decoration' that we had left oar thi iker at home of the piano. 'I'hntr fitv, jt, vivvu' firm frtt 1. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. lJ'rrfyn':'nfr',,rvit'tfrMn ff- - ' it is Physicians who hivo never had mudi Ma'nywriterpf orirfna!Jpetrviipilf "" .raHV9w sew ri I roi, V io casvmntterto collet tff ftOii m-- ti n5i'aii w I, mv work tumbled, cows that can bo depended on forrl had aceoPificrjStnir owhrfnmllifl proI I ( .r lie dulls and piuy h "gs of tin ducing largo quantities of milk. Ihey iifr stu lied its habit-- ia other people, 3 ear. Porlia"SsjISJfowifI',be,fSoTe svck.i 1 ivver" d 'I.e upon th four, then a Detroit Voft. frequently make an erroneous iliagn is an easy matthat dj.tr bangs aid all is mIi nt Mr Nx generally think amongit their neighbor a patkm is Buffering from bran Mrs. Nf.vgoad (in the picture ter to go out hoi jTineoul mfo thetintritd, ucfeel'ug and procure all tho good cows thoy trouble. I once knew a yumj doctor "This Anut Eunice, is a real tow yard to m Ik. that cow (she gives a want. They do not, as a rale, consider' who has s'neo nisin? l" IisTiieritive old" master." Aunt Eunice: "Well, I whole psit now even morning) without tho importance of learning how to man-ag- o pract in o dcr to aojept a highly re shouldn't care if it was; it's just a grd his rabrers. I grieve not: the groun I sponsible posit iou as chambermaid in a as some of the new milch cows, and think that the is porfeSly dry, I know" lie is safe from average hired man can milk them as large liv to m kcnnll-tiEight days, it is said, are required r I rie at onco and dress well as a person who has been trained of that kin!. Tne pntieut damp to cut a diamond, but after a young brisklvfl know I have no time to loe if to do this kind of work. man, who wa- - uticodcious a' the t m ladv g'ts the diamond it does not take I wouldjiave my breakfast before ten A farmer who propo-e- s to substitute the doctor was called. The latter felt her more than three days to cut all her o'clock I have not had ocular proof of milk production for grain raising should the pulse, examined the tongae, Wro c po w acquaintances Hoston Globe. the result of Mr. Nox's eccentric search- first acquire the requisite information. out three prefer ptions on different drur In advertising the greatness of this ing forjilost apparel, in vain. I am He would find it greatly to his advantores for mexlidne to cucmrige zeal country, one of the largest manufactperfect!" aware of the chaotic state of tage to attend the meetings of the on the part of the liver, all I went away. urers savs the total production of cigarthe hotSc, and am prepnred to meet it dairymen's association that are held The coroner was 110 expert in caseS of lit tho United Sta c is about 3.000.000,-00- 0 I consider myself a heroine, in a nearest to the plaeo where he lives. He that kind, but he went nt it on the a year". This is quite a pud" for u. small Jway, to be able to meet would also do well to visit some neigh- theory that the brain had ben affected, Tro'j Timet. it. I hurry forth to tha kitchen; borhood where the majority of tho and trace I up tho symptoms till he Science: I farmers arc engaged in the production showed the jurythit'it wis a case of room sitting the crossing A jtfrl who could f pell Doucro-30inon the braiu. It stumble over some object occupying tha of milk. By spending a week in such a quick coupling-pi- n And had stndled domestic economy. middhbftho floor, and stooping to place he could acquire much valuable seems that tlu patient had been exposed Wont to xkate at n rink, And as quick ns- a wink examine, find tho missing rubbers. information. He should carefully in- at a salo m ou A streat, an I this was Sho sat down to tuxiity astronomy. TexasSij "tings. followed in quick succession by coma, spect the dairy herds and tako particuliiiftcn Stiindati Courier. and full stop. lar uoticc of tho peculiarities of tho The most fashionable bridal neckPOOR TRAMP. THE We should take groat care of our lace just now is a string of pearls. How cows that are the best milkers. Ho Which Hud an Unex- Should examine the bnrns where tho brain if we intend to use it. It is a very thankful wo bachelors ought to bo that A rractlcal Joke pected Kmllnp. cows are kept and copv a description of sensitive organ, and is easily affected leap year is past, and that we are safe little, after is ragged, home- the one that is of a size to shelter the bv ex ernal influence?. Very for three years. By that time the style Not'cvery man who of cows his farm will support. all, is known of Iho lo:ation of various may change to something that will fit and friendless is a tramp number less, penniless, He should examine the farms and seo p irenvflcrical organs iu the br.tn. Tne Lowell Citizen. in the usual acceptation of the word. how thev are arranged, and what pro- relation between thought aud tho ma- our salaries belter. never knows," says a Bos"A man So many horrible crimes have been comportion of each is devoted to pasturage, ter al organ- which we call the brain is a ton writer, "when an idea is "going to mitted by tramps, that by the term meadowland, and ground for producing little mistj- yet. It is not for poor, strike him. Of its arrival he has no in"tramp" we mean a wild beast bearing other kinds of food than grass. The short lived, and puny man to know tellectual premonition." That's a fact, brain, howe- or, .is a sdme resemblance ton human beiag.who water supply of the farms and buildings everything. The curious organ. It is a goo thing in its and the majority of men never know attention. goes about like the spirit of evil. There should receive particular struck them. ProbMuch information in regard to the se- place, but entirely useless wlien re- that an idea has they arc so unaccusare men who have been made tramps ably it is because beby circumstance. over which they had lection, breeding, and cave of dairy cows moved from the pary to whom it "not overwork tie tomed to the habits of an idea that they no control, aud who have neither the can be obtained from books. In addi- longs. We should n, or strain it in trvinjj to think of don't know when it has arrived. courage nor tho desire to commit the tion to the staudard works on these sub- bra Traveler. They are merely jects, tho annual reports of the various hard words that no one else knows the Arkansaw slightest wrong. would take a wise man to penemeaning of. Neither should we try ti It associations of dairymen are very valu Walking about to save funeral expenses. able. 1 lie books are often largely the- preserve our brainfin alcolul during trate the subtle and intricate processes Life has no charm for them, but the Alcohol an! ;ray matter of a young woman's reasoning. "I lack the courage to commit suicide. oretical, but the reports contain the ex office hours ,"' vye.heard one say-tLet iu take don't like Mr. L they prefer to "bear the perience of practical dairymen. Ihey are always antagonistic Like Hamlet, another not longago. "Why?" asked cood care of our braius and not wear ills they have rather than fly to others jrive the record of failures and tho causes thatlcd to them, as well as the ac them out trj ing to impart information her listener. "O, to begin with, he wears that they know not of." to thosj who do not seek it Another lavender gloves," was the response, and , Tho other day an old fellow who wore count of success. petticoated critics the A farmer who has obtained the requi- tiling that we hould remember is that to both these sufficiently a diugy blue scarf around his neck, sat d seussed and "in the sunshine with his back site amount of information in the ways the brain weighs about twenty time as matter seemed down d, therefore, satisfactorily settled. A. Y. Graphic. against a box. Everybody seemed to be suggested cau commence to plan and much as the tongue. law which A gentleman who was going to tike merrjyand the boys gathered around prepare his place for keeping cows. there is no physiological we know. will require us to "tell all ifu(J Vhado nport of the old follow. his family to see a dramatic performance Experience shows that about four acres the other" day was surprised to see his "Say," called Miles Grider, "when'd will be required for every wv, if all the Hill Nye in The Argonaut. wife packing a large trunk and .fillingyou git in?" feed is to be produced on the place. Of Standing byjan Editorial Opinion. two large baskets with eatables just , "Let mo alone, boys," replied the old these four acres, most milk farmers calbefore starting. "What are you doing man. culate that two should be in pasture, ono "We were inAl Blodgctt's saloon last that for?" inquire 1 the husband.. "He's sroinir to shoot." said some one: in grass, to be cut and cured for hav , and week, giving our v icvvs on Cleveland's "Whv." returned the wife, "it says on and.the bovs ran away. one in grain, roots, and crops to be used Cabinet, and in other respects minding the bill that six weeks elapse between Til fix him," remarked Miles, taking for soiling purpo-e- s in case the feed in several our business, when Gringo Baker came the first and second acts." Chicago from his pocket. the pasture be short in summer. Atten"I II slip up an' drop 'era behind him." tion should first be paid to preparing the in and said we were a liar. We denied Tribune. "If he gets hold of jou there will be pasture, as some time is necessary to Friend "I should think you would charge and told bira he was no genfnn," said a freckled face youngster form a good sod. Many dairymen state the this juncture, hail we not know the price of all vour drugs by this tleman. At with a catfish mouth. that unbroken prairie sod improved by nuicklv dodircd, he would have knocked time." Druggist "Why, I do, of "Think so. guinea eggs?" replied the introduction of blue grass makes as as it was, he only grazed our course." "Then how does it happen Miles. "We'll fust see. I ain't afraid fine a pasture as can be obtained. A us down; prescription for nose. Knowing him to be drunk, and that after you filled that of him." field that has been employed for therefore, helpless, we darted out of the that gentleman you spent such a time Miles crept up carefully, dropped the several years for producing grass salojnandran to our office with a looking Over that book before you could behind the old fellow, and for h:iy will ordinarily make a much celerity as our game leg would tell him the price? Vou were trying to ran awav. t good pasture. If the grass is allow, and locked ourselves in our find out the cost of the drugs, weren't Then the boys laughed at Miles. chiefly timothy it will be advisable to sanctum. Had we not thus nobly re- vou ?" "0. no. I was looking over a "He's an old timer, sure enough," sow the seed of the fine grasses on the from comlat we would soon commercial directory to find out how' Phila- declared Miles. "Come, let's all go up; sod and cover it with a light harrow. A frained have wiped the floor with Gringo Baker. much he could afiord to pay." be c;m't hurt us." variety of grasses and clovers is desir- And yet we understand that he calls us delphui Call. They approached. "Mister, we don't able m a pasture intended fo- - milch We are quite concoward a d mean no harm," said Miles: "we only cows. The pasture should be well supToo Much Jersey. by such men, tent to bo wanted to have a little fun. Mister.'' plied with pure water and arrangements and we reiterate in this public manner "Does your wife wear a jcrsey.J touching his arm, "we didn't My made for having it in more than one our views on the Cabinet, for which d God, he's dead." place if the pasture is a large one. called us a liar. We beliave it blandly asked the Gringo No, he couldn't hurt them. Ouie Furrow, who clerk of Farmer The selection of a herd of dairy cows should contain a man who will recog' Head. . should be a matter of considerable nize literary ability in giving out the was making a few purchases for his bet- -' time. A farmer may often be tho gainer And there is a loaded ter half. notice that tho new code phyby raising them. By obtaining a bull of shot-gu- n in our sanctum which says so, young fellow," "Now, look sicians won a victory at the Academy of Medicine in New York Thursday a good milkinjj family and of one of the too. Extract from an Arizona' edi- said the old granger, with a look of mingled scorn and ferocitvv "don't ycr night by electing a full ticket. We recognized dairy breeds he can raise torial. be too fresh. I may bo a countryman, don t know the code, but presume it is to calves from the cows he has on his prom'sing Mr. Mark Boyd, author of the but Til be darned If I'll take any guff pat "Dr." after the patient's name and place. He may also procure neighbors. female calves from his "Reminiscences of Fifty Yoars.V men- fromyer." collect of the administrator Lowell Farmers not interested in milk productions that a Saotch gentleman of for-- , "Why, I didn't mean anything, timCourier. tion prefer to raise male calves, as they tune on his death-be- d asked the minis- idly retorted the clerk. "I merely asked According to reports an application arc better for producing beef. Within ter whether, if he left a large sum to if your wife wore a jersey." of n has been made in such a the period of three years a herd of dairy the Kirk, his salvation would be se"Well, sir, if that's all ycr want to manner that it will eventually supersede cows may be raised that will be more cured. TJw cautious minister respond- know I'll tell ycr. She milks Jerseys he use 0f steam for the purpose of light satisfactory- than one that can be Ob- ed: "L would not like to be positive, and feeds 'em and waters 'cm, bur, by foeorcjotion and driving small niaofcm. tained by purchase, while their cost but it'sAweei worth trvintr." X I. gosh! she doesn't wear 'em, confound ay J". 1. 7ribunt. will be much less. Chicago Time Sun. yer uicter!" S. Y, Herald. Nye Kmlts Soma PJ'of gls'r er ylHan " " - " n, - ,,-,- -- ,., LauBirflfK forty-fou- ltidy-.'rien- rtrtlli-ififi- i . air-tigh- - -- Globe-Democr- at. one-fifi- e. oe-l- i, - 1 - self-cocki- Ilc-wkia- h -- ,.. ., -- -- - w -- "'yjiv J""5hP -- , 1 1 rv gal-lcr.-- ): a on-s.- " ft. Ty-stab- le, k' wa-aGe- -- - y - semi-colo- n -- - 1 -- - , hw fire-cracke- rs fire-crack- er red-nose- smooth-tongue- dry-goo- - post-offic- es. -- gun-cotto- - I? ly- - ..-- - - : -- Jk i -- ."W"' "SM J s" ve r- - LC r5jv(ifc l Mty kt 'A h H a lfak,. " s lamb, hu How d.&r she business in Cleveland, Ohio, and bawl u TriE AVFUL TORPEDO. FARM AND FIRESIDE. was to jjjm jeraUintns brown eu nouse; as pleasant as Uns, ana a witc and to jer wiHIn "i"2'5.Ho was a uiun of ferr child but I tailed in business! then m v TVhut tbe;uval Sngageinent of the Taturo Sour milk whey and buttermilk arc cnresips. imfV.TJnrt br he went ovot to wife and child died, and I bad a lout; siek lay Ke Doaerlptlouor aijatIc 1Ietcen GEORGE WJUIREN, Publiiher. excellent liquids for mixing with the her and lj,i i.Ya After I got up from it I tried several ch baud gontlv on her ues-jan IrniLdnd and Tropcdt, lto.it Mt ' neatl. ni ..! nr.thnr'. ooU liruo em." uuierent tninirs. but linallv came to this, soil toon ot iouHn,. rroy nmes. kTi.cert.itn right of One Against a HunThen, ns t,,ft3friehtened at this nu- - Thank you, ma'am," puttfnr the monov in : HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. w : Pretty small screens for" tables-Havdred. "You look like some-th- e onted exhibition (6t affect'on, he gathered bis thiu pocket-boopanels of cream silk, with a wreath imlk-paiTlie role of the torpedo-jjoa- t burned out. - body I used to know in Hillsborough, where toother nni is terTho touch and tke words eased the heart- , I V4I3 juiseti. rible: and tlioe who direst its move- of flowers done in colored silks on one Bet Miss Lois made no answer, ascent ache n little. buttuat night, lying with side aud a moonlight scene painted on ONE PLACE APART. wide m akefm eveslflied on the squaro of "Gooi afternoon." ns he went down tiin ment are exposed to tlw grontest the other side. moonlight on the floor, Lois said over ami stens. A baiiv Its hands nutl Mept; Tbe ven bet way to preserve eggs, over, "The Duun live to bo ninety." "The When the gnte closed behind him, she dangers. A ainglo lieaw b.ot may Acro-- s It ej s. like irentlans blue. Dunns lire to And she was went up to her chumber, unlocked tv thstter it to atoms, and when it apa eliifil white eyelid downward crept. according to carefully conducted tests in Tlio ninetv." only twenty. Howrfou'1 she bear this for drawer in her bureau, and taking from it a proaches the enemy a hail The nil lip took it paler hue. from Knghuid. are (1) kicking in 9alt: (2) seventy years "jt 'thin pnekago of letters, sat down with fie mitrailleuses They raised it from Its cradle loir and ritla$ .wft do ter- oiling the shells (beef dritipings may be But nature is kiaa to the young, ami Lois them in her baud, Ami luld it in a harder hed had forgotten her trouble long before an - j There was no need to rend tbeie; she rible execution on board. Therefore the used): (:) immersing in lime water. Amid Soft laces and tho (rlow other pair of eyes closed In the old farm . knew every word iu them. They had come mere Wheat makes excellent fowl for 'Or at Its feci and head. faet of embarking ona torpedo-boa- t house. nt lone Intervals d urine tho first sine vears stock. If coarsely ground and fed with They hid it from the mother" hrht is a jruarantee of bravory. Figure Joshua Dunn ponWd long and sorrow of waiting: sho could tell the very day the moistened hay or straw, it serves well fntl.pr mul mothi last one came. She sat there very quietly to oursclf Tne mother with the pmnlv nnn- ttil II v. TTa I., i the Mtuarton of thfe oflicer in for all classes" of stock. Even hog will j And. oh. the sun was blinding- brijrut. both for tweutv years without having his until her little maid called her to tea; then And all the Held tlowers their cbarm. perceptions sharpened where his child was she nut the letters buck in 111 Mr iriace eommaud ot -- ueh a torpetlodjoat who is fatten on it. and the cow are also fond concerned. n.i i.',nhfrinr David Price's smoothed linir. mul wont down. Ami of it. - Turf', And nljrht cawe on with tai and dew and Farm. frequent visits, aria certain loitering in neither Pollv nor the friends who came in ordered to iuk a ship of t,he enemy's And clear, calm moonlight, and the smell -- Ai:maK that are troubled with the old porch, and Sundry tender glauces, the evening'suspcted that Miss Loin had 9Uuron. ah ins Mirroundlngs constiOimolstf nud Uowcr l tho few it w as not ditticult to connect Ioi' sober sein a ghost thut afternoon. Dark moors ly tho nnn-t.- il well. tute one vast danger. The rojy sca that worms may be safely ami Hieedih rel fuce With tin. i.,hit. man's eOill awa . The nLxt. ninrninr V.illv fnim h'uhs and protects him dmJjC tho first lieved by giving theii a Mnal! dose of Aod. "0," the mother thought, "how Imro In his inmost heart be was thankful that he the grocery in great exeitemeut. Aiwddler .Tn-- ' I'aitb ean he of snuots." and still was not called upotfto give her up; but had had a bleedim-s- u '11 there tli niitht lte- - part of hi expedition jnayw another turpentine two or three time iu their The star shone trHijrlitwu through tho air. something feed. It nauseates the worms so that thev must be done to cheer her. fore; thev had made him a bed in the hack moment toss The asters nodded on the hill. Mtlior ami If only her mother , were alive! But ho room, and that afternoon the selectmen thither upon its his corpsellfpsdvorsary lus their grip on the intestines and wave, p;us through with were going to take him to the Hut all the world wa narrowed down must no nis lest alone. will eek to riddle tlio boatlvlth a rain stomach. Albany tlw excretions of the ; To her for horn it wa to wide she j Polly hud seen him with her open eyes. She should hnvo some new Journal. And crowded in the hillock brown. must huv e young conipauv : ho would take Miss Lois finished mistimr the !Mier over of steel, east-iroanil lojidJ The o Molns.se puffs are easily made and on the meadow-slder ud 10 tne vlllage.pliener. xmi aias ior the last tumbler of currant jellv, thwi w hich carries the tender planning! The next time washed, her bunds calmly, took off her with it. might Ik' touched sicli terror nice when eaten hot. One cupful of And then haw one w$n a missile sugar, one half cupful that prow Joshua Dunn wenfto the village ho was apron, aud went In n fw minof butter, one Of separate luster from the rest: carried there and 'laid beside his young utes she enmedowu with her hat on. "I'm antl exphnle, bursting the torjiedo-bon- t 11 tflorioua radiance shimmered through one cupful of molasses, one egjr, ona into atoms. wife- going out ior a little while, Polly," she The frozen sorrow in her breast. tablespoon ful of ginger, one leaspwnful It had happened very suddenly. He had said; "and while I'm goue vou may make The combat commences. J'ho gone out to the barn'n tho morning, and, up the bed in the east chamber. he said. -- It ! tho stnr of the fleet have opened ffre. Shells of soda, one cupful jf hot water, four That h'd to where the Chmt-ehllnot coming in to breakfast, Lois had gono eupfulsof flour and a pinch of salt. Bake lavl Polly was amused. Of course rolwdy in And J, oh. I am very far One of our in gem paus. iu search of him, aniTfonnd him Iving un- the town would come to stay all night; and rain iu all diieetion". Drtruit I'ost. lYom Him n ho took mj child awny. der the feet of atborse he hud lately Miss Lois hud had no letters for n few cruisers cannonaded heavily on the Parbo'l jiotitoes, cut in slices half bought, the good, laud face trampled out days; besides, there hud been no extra starboard side by a fort mountta" tivelvo "I will arise and go to Hiui. an inch thick, placo in a wire gridiron of recognition. cooking. What could it mean? But, being Krupp cannon, is simultaneously atQt .AnJ.,,rav for Prt-"- and righteous sniee Tolight the deathly shadows Well, we can livel through u great deul, an obedient little maid, she did as sha was tacked on the larboard side oy one of and broil over a slow firo tnl well Thnt uovoro'oriuy baby'b face," and after the first bewildorment was over bid. was an exact science browned on both sides then season with She has alLois took up her old'duties again. with Pollv, who had boeu carefully traived the enemy's And peace descended from its height. ready suflered severely, andgsher posi- salt and peppor and serve hot, wth a o mnn, in Miss Lois; so the feather-be- d Joshua Dunn had been a was And earth retrained It wonted charm:; and everything w left to Lois. There rolled and thumped until it stood up a tion Ijecomes critical. A innstignal little melted buttor jKmred over Uiem. Tho mother-heashed warmth and light 1k no ninety abont ways and grent fluffy mound to be laboriously and from the Admiral's ahip ig gfveu; jind Cold was to On other children in her urni. a this boiled potatoes mav be broiled means; there was nothing to do, except to critically leveled with the torpedo-bon- t y starta. ThcwirthffiPen-emlive, with nil fhe tightness of life gone. Polly's arms bing far too h rt for the jTSutptlU sho kept one placo npnrt ha observed the signal. llj knows ones. Hilton JJmiqtt. none but God could outer there. Grandma Dunn, in tht fnee of a real sor- purpose. Then tho lavender-scentesheets The- snerrd corner of her heart. A writer in the Husbandman rerow, stopped fretting fur awhile, and Lois carefully laid on, with due regard to the danger, and at once onentrates Where her dead child was shrined in prayor. had a feint hope that tteir mutual I03S were hem wide and narrow hem, the homespun all his lire upon the littl gray sneek minds readers that cabbage not entirely James Ilcrry Bcntl, in Youth's Companion. might bring them nearei together; but blanket, with its herring-bon- e border, was which is "liootinsr rapidly townnls him. headed, will often form heads if pi iced afters few weeks things fell back in their spread without a wrinkle aud tucked under Three miles separate tho; and the torpe- roots downward, hua pit of sufficient old tourses, her grandmother repining thesinonthly-rouude- d edges, and over all must mako Oat three miles depth to bring the tops of the and upbraiding, and Lois caring for her iu went the big white counteqmne. It was a do-boat LOIS. a cold, mechanical way. sight to do your eyes good. Polly was in ten minutes. If it i not sunk before jtiit above tho surface of the ground, Then the keen Xew'England conscience: standing with tho end of a pillow between it has traveled that dwtanco, the iron- - aud covered with Miliieient straw or hay spirit of her teeth, her head very far back, trying clal is lost. Therefo-e- . the cannoniers to prevent freezing. Increase the covThe Pathotic Story of a Life of awoke. Was this thoup Had she given her love merely to to slip the pillow-cas- e on, whrin there was do theworkn hired servant might do, and n sound of wheels nt the door. Without poiut tlieirguiH with the most Jcrnpu-loii- s ering as the weather becomes colder. Made mustard: Four tablespoon-fu- l care. The firstshells pass wide of with the same feelings? Was she not cheap- uetting go the pillow she managed to apply ening her sacrifice by withholding a part of one eye to the shutter. It was Mie public the mark: but the aim i rectified, aud English mustard, two teaspoonfuls An old red with its roof the price? Carnage, and, wonder of wonders, the x)n the shells fall jo uear tho- torpedo-bo- .salt, two teaspoonfuls white sugar, two So the lonely girl goaded herself until by Joe tor got out, then Miss Lois, and, with sloping toward the road, and rambling off that they throji' the wu'r orer it. teaspoonfuls salad oil, one tetspooiiful Qie grew and at the back in "an undecided way until prayers mind, tears she silent into a softer ind help of the driver, a man was taken out Now one has falleo riglit at itffprow. A pepper, vinegar to make a smooth pate; and the frame of indifference carried up the walk. stopped by the great barn, whose open with whirh sfie had borne her grandgeser jet of wate thirty fectWgh con- rub mustard, oil, pepper and alt toBut other eyes doors showed full mows and made a dark mother's sharp speeches changed to pitv md within forty-eig- than Polly's had ben bnsv ceals the toriedooat; the enffimy gether; wet by degrees with vinegar, hours everybody in d betting for the vista of blue hills beyond. for the poor nature. If ftiringvale knew that Miss Lois had recog-uze- d it has ben nnk. ami ufwr a tre- beating 1 ery hard at the Ian. when Grandma Dunn noticed the chnngo sho Along tho side of the house w ere ranged an old friend in the eddler and bail mendous che 'K lint the wojiatile has pmjer coustency has been gained. more toleraAwl I think it squashes and pumpkins, absorbing their gave no sign; but it made lifedragged very tikonhimhometonur.se. ble to Lois. At the best, time Hto the credit of human nature that, while inly ricochetti and pawdloyer tt. uousrnoia. last allowance of sunshine, and the wide slowly at tho old mornThe The indications of the beginning of ajfew said: "Did you ever?" and "How it Die water fajfc back in rain.Stnd the south porch was hung with strings of pep- ings were bearable, for the care of the lipks?" the majority approved of the act brate l.ttle vtfel reappears alv stream-n- g disorder of the lungs in cattle, 53 s the pers and braided ears of corn. The front house kept her busy; but iu tho long sum- aid only hoped Miss Lois wouldu't get with brine, as though$H had New York Timca, is a somewhat hur-r mer door, with its fan light and iron knocker, dozed afternoons, when her grandmother sfak herself. and nrh-in- g ed breathitig and loss of condition, in her chair, and in tho long winter Tint Miss Lois' kindness was not to ba einergetl from the opened on a narrow path leading down to evenings, wnen sne sat alone by the lire, tdxed long. on at full Mean, iu the facdgif death. shown by a tight skin and falling flssh. The mnn failed rapidly, and the road between rows of prim China asters ; she grew to have the feeling that they had a&ther hemorrhage made ths end cerThere are only nine men onie littlo The ejes are usually bright and the apbut the iron knocker was apparently sel- lived in the same way for n hundred years, tain. He was delirious most of the time, vessel, and the are going to jgttaek a petite is good for a -- hart time, but after and would live on and on indefinitely. dom raised, for the path was an talked much of "Mary" ami "Willie," sort of leviathan carriog an yninieiise a while a cough, disturbed breathing But after ten and an arm of the tall .the h had interest came years had worn away a new anl names strange to Miss Lois; but as mul crew. It is not the tight of onwgainst and eonspicu his fever appears, and the ner lire, unouav a en4 drew near he ceased mntArincr. into reached quite across the door-wafrom Boston strayed up to the"red luylnpparently unconscious. That night, en. but of one' against a hundrSj. animal falls oft rapidly, Diarrhea next South of the house the orchard stretched paper Not a single word is utteredfbeyond occurs, with loss of ap'petite and falling away, the- pyramids of gathered fruit house on the hill. Lois did not know that as the sat beside him, he looked up sud- making vivid spots of yellow and red the paper held a high rank in the literature deniv, his eyes bright and dear. the necessary order-- . Those men whom oil' iu milk. The disease is contagious, against the brown grass. Through the of the day, but she felt the difference be"U ny, Lois'." lie said. death already touches with hlsflnger3 and a veterinary Mirgon should bt tween it and their county weekly. One still air .came now and then the mellow "es, David," she answered quietly do Jiut supcalled in as soon as indications appear. thud of a falling apple or the sound of dis- little story pleased her especially." It did laving her hand on the one fast growing are silent and grave. And thejfilo not not abound in elopements, murders and cold. pose for a moment that tant chopping, and over all lav tho soft situations, like the weekly He made an effort to spak, his eyelids think of the danger. On th eintraiy, naze ot an October day. darkened hero and VHEAT. nnd a second time he there by the smoke of a brush lire. The stories, but ran along as naturally as one quivered, a else. llujRt isnot friend might talk to another, and the bed gone on u long journey, leaving her they think of nothing they house faced the west, and jut now all I'urmor of their ow n danger ae Inking, Wlint It Cost thf Corral 1. to 1'roiluci- the came its little obi fashioned panes were winking thought story? to her, Avhy couldn't sho behind him. btit of the danger of failure. liU not write u When the town authorities cam to mifke and blinking at the setting sun as though So one afternoon, when Grandma Dunn arrangement The present low jirices of wlieat have there wnsngood understanding between for the funeral. Miss Lois a (juestion of their live, but of te suo-ee- s was safely off in her nni, Lois sat down In asked that he be buried in her own lot, tot jntial set farmers to figuring up the co--t of them. The plact? Seemed the t ery heart of of the enterprise. It is content; but down where the orrhard the shady porch and wrote her first story. in the first mouths of her homesickness sne that the orjedo boL.:-ual- l rjoh the sloped to the road a sorrowful little drama It was only the story of a life which had had had th? remains of her father and enem'nllank and rcue wir vliser. this crop. Usually the figuring mounts beeu lived in her own village. There was no mother brought from their bleak hillside was being euacted. It was a common one w up pretty high and above the value of After'that. if tbe attempt at fine writing, no romance, no graves to rest near her. So he was laid merely the parting of two voung hearts the grain in the market. The cost is tragedy unless the story of a broken'heort his old townsman, and a few months much the worse. something we smile over every day, thinking how soon it will be outlived; and the is always a tragedy but the story was after a plain marble slab was placed at his Every nere is strainel. everj" eVe is put down at the estimated expense as if actors were no tragedy king and queen, told so simply and tenderly that it seemd head, baring only the name "David direct el toward the object iu vW. ever- - part of the work were hired ami only a little New England girl of suttv like a quiet brook running ut twilight Price," with the date of death, aud his age, Now the Jjoat is only five hundred puds the receipts at tbe value of a minimum een Iwuks of fern and alder, until it is "."J vears.'' years ago and her fnmier-IoveWhen Miss Lois wore the crav dress awav from the ironclad. Tne lire of yield. Thus the Detroit Hoard of Trade There had been tears and vehement lost in shadow. ltn many misgivings sh sent It to the again Polly noticed that the lavender rib- - the " mitrailleuse "Wh tbv mingle pleadings, but they were over now, and the the two stood gravely reganling each other Boston paper, and the editor, a man of bons were gone, and about this time peoide showers of slielU and sweps tnejScck; has ligured up cents cost of a crop of wheat at 74711 biibhel, taking, across the old rail fence. The girl's clasped quiet tastes, read it himself, then took it said to each other that Miss was be- - everj-thin! splinteretl u Soma wowlen we suppose, the jield to bo about sevenhands rested on the fence, and the young home and read it to his invalid wife: and ginning to show her age. Not that she with" of teen bushels An ine ant graiK'-.homan covered them with his strong brown the result was that in a few weeks Lois re- - grew gray and wrinkled suddenly; bat acre. It is verv clear, celv-K- l a paper addressed iu a strange there was a change. It was not her heart repeating ritle- - from thf niast-t- . of however, thatjht the hands and made a tlnnl appeal: if estimate hal been handwriting, nnd in it her little story; and that was changed, for her friend found the ironclad pl.t 'do- "Lois, think what vou havechosen; think tho,. ton made at thirty bushels per acre the cost w h.n it will le to bo hnt up there with notonly that, but a letter came containing u her more ami more delightful, ami her boat; ni and ilif ' check and a fei words of praise. With a hous was the favorite stopiiig'-u4ao- e mid not hare been" lit6 vour sranumoiner. for th lew it her inuiMi -- tiernaiM tweniv jja Kturarvrjt Jt will be better" than e-- UeartwliKhtar thantoox had been since let young and obi. She seemed to bare a spe- nlreath f oeuiu, inuTT-r-" no c n s ,i "n-'cial fcndrne for young girls, and man) carftell ltofbnt that doesn't aitjr inv miner's her sue Slie til." imiwr nntl on tliewnole and would . ter to tnracd the check. eouttdences, blushing ir tearful, were 111 .1 COflH'l t . iii. i tlirty." answered the sriri. steadilr. v.jii le to t'.en .iiiijtmt to no more than forty-fou- r "Hut is it your duty?" urged the voung, over and over her own man-- v. the first poured Into th sympathetic ear, aud man f' drag thi-r - no t mo and earned in such a j were the lovers' iiuarrels healed by r foitv l.ve (ints an acre. Instead. eager voice. "Your father is well able to she had ever earn-Hnow to utt nt t'n iu J'i.c mis I A .. .. ...... S. ATI I !" rml Mntla iwuindAlj 51, A t ie 1, of sci1 ing Ins wheat at three cent hire a housekeeper to look after things and (teugntiui wav I Qan Shl-1't'.i 'Hi - ni .e- - ifier .. 'ush. to iu a wistful wav: "I waiitUtHin fcn h.v. ll thought if ui t .... . wonderel how it " '.-.vv- . take care of your grandmother. There's her storv .. . . ar ss tuan the market price, Ihe dW.ded. M.thigan farmer would realise a profit Sam Johnson's widow, she'd jump at the oiner-.- . one looKeo mapaper over to com- - tii lmnirfiiMM I the fate of all s! Mil i mi.il . 10lll fc)a ia stones, and a familiar svmpatntes were not ounuea pure it : chance of such a home." you n.t; The torpedo .tt ii .dino-- t wuln-loth over and above all pos,!bl. cliarge, A wan little smile glanced over the girl's mime eaught h- -r eye aud there, among iny overnoweii on mi wuo newiett int'in. its eneai. The .ihci'is of tne OLpedi-tio- n including rent of laud aud transportaread this: "In Discouraged men and women slonchnd into face. "How long do yon think grandma th marriage e)l4nttcr-ie- s aaKiirtMl, for the now gate at nightfall, and came out with and 'Viry Johnson would agree?" she this city, on the Wth mst.,r by Kev. Darnel tion to market, of at least thirty cents a Simpson, Mary, onlyku-ghteare jwwerle-- to harm the iwpodo-bo- lMishel. whieh is a profit of precisely of Roger! their facs lifted nnd fresh hope in their asked. "V11, then, couldn't grandma go to vour Leonard, of this citv.to David Price, of hearts. Xaughty lwys. who deserved and at such short range, 'lie rifle per cent. This and .leveinnu.uuio. ancle 'Biiah's;" draaded the rod, knocked meekly at her fire, terrible as it is, can not finf her. sixty-si' does not include the straw, whieh i She held the paper ajjfew minutes, then back door for help, which wa always "No, David," was the answer. "Yon It ean only kill wmr of her etwr: but worth enough to pay for the threshing know she tried that once and couldn't foldd it amoithlv un'SLiid it away. Her given, mingled ith such wholesome restand the children; besides, she was born brief sunshine Ind clomled over. proof that a boy sdJom came twice on the that i of no great eontieqiienee Now or some other of the larger expenses, loneliness.' sain j errand. Eviva hurt and homeless anAfter nwhiK urged flly is the time wiien the Captain nclfW all in the old bouse and says she shall die any average far there. It's no use talking; nobodv except she took up her pen again; nnd in all tb nuals seemed to know bv instinct where to bis surety of eye and coolness o will, and ismade greater than legitimate busin any other profit father and me will bear with her," and we years that followed shiSTnnd it a refuge find an asylum, and took the shortest now i. the time when his men inobt andcom'ori, only to iness. It must be remembered that this must look after her us long as she lives." butt rout- to Miss Lois' door, and not one was orders with the rapidiu of light- profit is exclusive of every part of the "And the Dunns live to be ninetv," snid others; for her writ fugs, though ofUn turned away unhelped. crude, had a sinrphclty and naturalness so uie peaceful years slipiei away, nu- - ning, for if the torjedo lxtireIt the young man. cost excepting the personal supervision which touched other hearts; and besides til onadav her friouda gathered to keepher Her face paled a little, but .she too oon it will fad to do it, tarrible of the farmer over hired help, and may ., mivTpHt.tnnn0v . return Uit.rAAii.iu t. l.nH miwii thp ... v.- - . ...... .ua V..1..C IV UCi :ul.:..i. i.:...i..t ii - niMii ai air aniii ri u rn ii u i quiptlj-- . liiu if there be a dehy of be compared justly with the ten jier duty, and "O. Lois," he burst forth, "don't do it! once in awhile a Iett r from some stranger other how well Miss Lois was looking, aud a moment jetthe torpedo.-bo'i- t must cent, of the merchant who does not inappreciation. they -hoped to keep her for another It will be n living death. Come with me. with words of kindlyher that . dash itelf to piece-- , again-- t the sides of clude in his expenses any remuneration One any, . n.i ti. 1,... ,,. wa,a owthat I have this splendid chance, I unusually when Lots, trandmothar wn a. rMaa.a ITHV I.I Ituiiija to entertain hpr. flowers and little children, restless, Mi'ss Lois it mighty adversary. want yon to share my success, for I know his personal services. brought down her first story and read it to Iteamed on them until her and seometl J shall succeed." Now the boat eems. almost roatly to for face Thte ought to lc very satisfactory. "I'm sure of it," said the girl,with simple lur. Grandma Dunn had often listened transngured. touch the enemy's vessel. But it is rarely reached. That it is not, faith looking up to the sunburned face with to her stories without suspecting the ' That night, ns Polly, now grown staid Jlung upon her deck rebound and however, is not the fault of the crop, author, and her blunt, criticisms were and elderly, went up to her room, she loving eyes. burst; one man is killed; the Captain but of the farmer, for if well treated Those sweet eyes ! As he looked down at amusing and somstimes helpful. "Hum!" stopped to se if her mistress was comthem and thought how soon he should ba she faid, nt tho end of this one: "that fortable for the night. She found h- -r sit-- , ha- - received a terrible wound in the and managed under a skillful sytem beyond their light, he leaped the fence, woman had sort'r the same life as M'li3sv ting in her grout her head rest-- j face: but. .summoning all his .strength. thirty bushels per acre one year with anand, throwing his arms alwut her, drew Petors sho that was a bheplev; only ing lightly against the cushions, and her he supports him-e- lf erect against the uuiiuiiy .vuiwu lutjitt ut jjuiuu Jl 11SSV in n ej es her closely to him. as uiuugu in quiet Sleep, ijut iron wall by a snblime effort of will. other is not difficult to attain. The crop But even the sweet sorrow of parting btop aKor;bhine-- Una- -, If lieU it was the long &Iop. One hand mtol is the smallest that Livid, drenched with blood, but terrible now in the groundyears, and the proband more commjn ' nnon ftimcltawnf vi!nw inti had was to be shortened, for while the girl oancoless has been sown for .. . " .i ' i, Trtli Ii.f'.dff.e" rilro ii- n.1.1 u. iiKetx mm -l i:i ho clung to him there came a shrill call of o av.a """. 01 Hie otner nail stnimwl ut in his calm resolve and bravery, "uuin iorennzer able market value next year will be con.. "Lois! Lois!" followed bv a weak, im- iier a aeal better, an I sue wouldn't 'n' been n mrso in the oi.n itit.ia .. i,ui,..:. ba dgerel to daath by 'cm." Then, with when .thev rnin.xi th"w ..... ....w i,..,ru . keep his eye still upon the enemy. siderably higher than now. The farmer, dinner-horpatient blast on the . . . " J .1.1.... : uiiui (Wry "Heady! Let her go!" .ii. then, who will topdress his wheat With a few hasty words of farewell, sho su luea irreie-nnc- There ought oilffliE to imr rml tlm mr,lu- - "iVon fi,r!tt nlenuxl nnr married, Lois. to be children Himself." The awful missile is launched. An now with fine manure and in the spring broke from his detaining hold and ran about tho house. Ye'd 'a' done better to Oln and faithful friends eathered mi enormous M.rge appears iu the water, swiftly through tho orchard. When she her taken that David Price that use 1 to treasures, ami when in looking over her and a frightful, crackling noise js with some fertilizer and give it a touch reached the great Hat she stood hang round here, hoinsbtxiy was of the smoothing harrow to freshen ur papers they came to the pacKage of vellow heard, followed by a moment with her hand on the latch and of me tho other day that h9 was reel fore- - lHjers an.l a terrible ery of dis- the soil will doubtloss make a much read th? "denatures, thev sud- looked back. Up the road went a solitary out figure How far he haJ gone nlreadvl The uamieu best to uuio. uuc gens never know lenly rsnieuin?red Uie name on the stone tress. The pigmy has conquered tha more satisfactory profit from hi's fewer what's for 'em.' And sun was down, the fields looked gray and into an inarticulate muttering.she went off in the graveyard, and looked at each other giant. acres than he has done this x ear from with pitying eyes, half guessing the storv-- ; bare, there was a chill in the nir, and as "Hard a tarborl!M double the area. X. Y. 'fitn. For a moment Lois felt a wild impulse to but tho story was ended. LipplnooU's she shut the door behind her she seemed to tell her grandmother why she And the little vessel, .suddenly wheelhad not Matfazine. shut out forever youth and hope-- and love. married David Price, to lay open ing around, steams away at full speed before (irandma Dunn was in one of her worst her STRAW. long loneliness, d while the cnemys feinks to the LIFE IN ITALY. moods. "Where ye been, LoisJ" was the tion the heart, years ofhad lieen the starvaof which endured for bottom. The Use of Straw as 1'ooit Tor Cattl anil sharp inquiry. but "Down in the orchard," answered Lois, her sake;easilythe lifelong habit of reticence Properties CIilriB to JUnk and Ituln Ten minutes afterward the torpedo-boHocauso oT Its Maiiurlul X'atuc. broken, and the words died holding out her hands to the blaze in the was not Hcraine at NatIon.il Laziness. has jeturncd to its post beside the away without utterance. The question is asked if straw has an for the chill seemed to have The groat luisfortimo of an Italian Admiral's vessel the Admiral .sends Afterward slle was glad of this silence crept to her heart. important food value, and whether it for thnt night "Was ye alone I thought once or twice suddenly, and the querulous voice stopped ' citicn of the middle class is (hat lip is for the Captain in order to congratulate would not be better to lise it wholly the chain that had bound Iheerd voices. And the old woman L'ds for twenty years was broken. She a man of few want. Tho lazzaroni in- him. He is carried to him upon a bier. looked suspiciously at her. and to increase tno mannu ' Meanwhile the fight goes on. A new was But what wa3 freedom "David Price was there," said the jrirl. ner.r free. zest was gone out of liferworth to stinct runs throughout thn whnlo npo expedition may prove necessary. A pile? i ue she had v r .. :,.i .:ii ,i quietly- " Ju" l" mu wvch pence provisory Captain is at once appointed, This view was prevalent with farmers "David Price was there, was he?" echoed grown away from her old Triendsand made so lonj; as he can keep no new ones: there was no tie to bind her stful aud body and four men to complete the decimalcd n.vf uirTs"p18ialiy 'was the shrill voice. "Well, if David Price to Hillsborough, an I she felt the full extent i. . wants to see ye he'd letter come to yer of her loiielinMsvrhenibe realized the is ready to of six pence. The e;rew; and the torpedo-boJ faet this held by English farmers. With father's hoaoe.lQ'uyvdayonj4)ir men fulfill another mission: it has another she had no tlesin in tlm PpHUdntexpect'gcllc to gophllauderin"cross that world. But she esablany place in her real benefactor of Italy would le he who band of heroes to direct it. ParisiFi-yarthem straw was regarded as onlv valwide not tay could nrovidp i viimiiin foe v.h?.i lots to meet 'em; and I shnll tell him so the old home; so after awba sh sml it,n.'"U,s uable to litter a yard and make manure. i the farm next time he comes here." o oiju can believe how cruel Iv an Itai- nn,i mnr.i n, f . . uaii wuii ii n .. ...v. v These views arose from a misunder"He won't como again," Lois answered Botou, guided In hercJiorco only byuuiii mn win sunt ami- pmcii lumselt- to make the standing of food elements, and the Japan in London. (oh, with what a heavv heart!) "He's fact that from this town had come some of the two ends meet. Hreakfast at a cafe elements of manure. goinjr away." the friendly Here she We have now a genuine oit of",ld "Where's he goiu' now?" demanded settled herself strangerjlletters. horn- -, nnd dinner at a restaurant and a ticket fo Straw contains so little albuminoid in a conrfortnble Grandma Dunn, as though the young man's fuced resjlutely the .ImilM in fiilt tnvlin to grow the muscles, and phos.a. S. al.?. i years tne opera make up all his necessarie life had been one round of travel, whereas which iu all human thktv or forty before aud luxries of life, and all such com- ""l"" '" "' uirwtuji uiua 111 IU13 nig matterof lime to build the bones that it pebability lay city. A few days ago a regular Japanese phate he had never been forty miles from his her. The people about her proved kiudlv modities in that country are redired lo was properly considered poor food in native town. . aud Intel hgeut; what in England would be considered Tillage was opened in South Kensington, the light of a complete ration, but. "Out to his Uncle Micah's in Ohio. His society than she she foBad maro congenial fabulously low prices, had ever known before; and is tenanted by about a hundred real when considered as a partial foo i uncle is going to tako hsni into business," her pleasant houie became n center of As a politician, as a newspaper writer, live Japs of various sizes and both answered Lois. by other supplemented quiet sociability, andlhe enjoyed a kind be to "Hum !" said Grandma Duun: " 'a rolliu' vi UUIUIUUU1 ilUpjHIieSJ as a railway enmneer. as a pliOto:rranh- - ders, who go through their daily avoca- food defiits xvliich balances stun gethers no moss.'" Thu. with a an liaiiau sees now open ociore mm tions in as natural and wiieaiieruwc.someght vears after her ciencies, it is found to have an importhought of her own comfort: "Are yo ever couun: to Springe-ale- , unconcerned a Xigs Lois, sitting iu a choice of careers which were goin to set the table? I'm jest as cattle food. Its principal her chamber, writing, hiar.1 tho gats creak, dreamed of in the sleepy days ofhardly manner as if they were at Jeddo or tant for niv supper." Kinr okohama. instead of in cold and fogy value as a food is in its digestible carboand looking out, saw apeddler coming up Joshua Dunn, comiug in uomoa. lint tpe invincible loth of the the walk. He The illnge is, of course, hydrates (that is, composed of carbon she from his mother to his daughter, und said, ticed that as walked ,feebly, andsteps no- people is a far worse tyrant than IJomb.i london. be newed "the ho in his grave way: "Seems to me, Lois, Straightened himself t, , aPTnrt. Her Iiimself. A great deal of work of al. under cover, aud in it the Londo'nef and the elements of water) which furmay see for the first you might look alter vour grandmother a little maid was out. ten Ji lniil down kinds is pcrhapn nish the food to produce animal heat, a j:ing on in the cninsnla, no the last time iu his life,time and jkonnesu verv important part of food. little closer." genuine herpeuaiiduentdouato hit Poor Lois I She bad the feelln bj coin- J?ovy, in tho hands of a skillful feeder, The mnn .frt.-- In.iMJLriuirougii uio mir doubt, but much of it is onlj lazy, l. i. articles manufactured by genuine Japs, mon to all of ns. timt. the ,r.Be??,e .,."". .i':,.",av?',wl"!' se:iinped work. Itah comle ohRfnshioned hall. I From the shops" to their tenants everywho knows what food to give with straw aneo of a burden must somehow lighten it, looked 'ipv cool i..l l.jt.. . .r.. I.:., l... paratively rich country, but the Italians deficiencies, it is worth .aim luanue secret .... I.,. r 'iTtinsr niter must in I rnmn nt,.i "'oc uuu 'isicomiir, .1 uu IU-".. are still a prior people. They have to thing is Japanese, and scarcely one of to make up its as much as irood hay. f.o u ,. .! snr.iA.iiTufJr.r. the smiling-face- d little people 'knows a more than half .. .as . Uil .th -" v " .? 1 aim ui'int nMiii .1. iiiir mi c....tk:.. pay heavy elated; but here in the first hour of. - her . dres .nnd i,:.i"v,!rji" ..':... ; of enormou-- h toil to" ta.e. and some word of English. A courteous maiden A ton of oats straw mixed with a ton ol g I them must nau come not nruise. 1,. I .T;i. peace and 'w .' r.ti.JL s meet the Govern- serves you with five o'clock tea, I"' hay. would make mixii'mnt oulet and the best clover o blame. vii.. . -. .'"..ixil ue JOQKej ., and tircu. ment d'mand. Hut 109,101 of the most knows not a word you say: while a mora ture equal in value to ordinary meadow one maue no answer; her face flushed, and asked Mim Co ....il" t to l.ll iiajiAnd 400 pounds of ) elderly one cuts thenTMlwl nr.,1 wlil. .""".". aviwi" Tin largeeariU - Useful laborers had and quit their eotm- - circumstances, jour hair under .similar bay. seed meal mixed with linseed or cots"e ' hito r wander fort a ton of straw, U'i hist year. 1SS:5, walked quickly froin the room J1Jrolsl and makes jou wish all ton f in the Mntl.er barbers were as mute. There is a real would give 2,400 pounds ot fodder, equal "yeoughttouSethntgelli,, hand. She's SffimaW provinces alone. Naples and Sicily.no teioplc with real priests, and a theater in value to 2,400 pounds of meadow or gettin' more ev'rv day. She's selection of pins, nt"-dt "1 w .1 lss than 10,0'J J landed properties hav. .n which "varietj' shows" are giren timothy hay. This gives an important been c,.ufiseated with due solemnity, the r.n.'ttlin"' food value to straw, aud the point to Ixr SudSy sho ,r.OW,IW? Ui bC?r tw s2X",fat farmer. "Let ths girl alone. She's well veil considered is, that nearly all that is matches being remarkably grotesque eBoagn: and the more she trrows likn hpr i huv (,., nd on the as maand the dancing graceful if not Tetv li,rested in straw has no stiir3i!i mother the tietter it'll please me." For supjrtjrt. It was ovtrffa r,rf thonzh for been vainly thrown into the market and livi'ly. Running about the village a moment: and put arc ture. Nitrogen, phosphoric acid and Joshua Dann held in verv tender remem i ueu ue peuaier looks nf l.An ITftt QnA tip to auction without finding a some dozen or two little Japanese otash are the only valuable manure braace the young wife wdio had given her w ore her usual calm faethough the hands inirchaser. even at tho Government's children. tor. nniaaeipina icietjraplu elements, and scarcely any one of these Hfeforharbaby's. ountmg the money trebled a little. As lowest valuation : ff. National jo ia sot come down to supper, bnt are digested in straw; so that straw is s together she V V - .v wiwuuui, ju mi! imiii sut-- i sieil him, "Have U1 res inns at this Foreign silks loaded "with ".-- ire. tiMcticallv as valuable as manure when vofL: ' KHU MXHk I9KM . t llltlilp itnTt nniof ,, I ... .. .. qucntlv cause nivsterious fires with. fed as when not fed. Straw should be ....w '. ..1iii ess..,i, aSa "'Xn ' iTvo'ti... !..... S The sale of cigarettes to children spontaneous combustion, a strong argur used, as food and all its value saved. stiniy: LI& .... -- ns- I ...., """"" , I.J. vu oBiyayearor two.'TfpJ.riin-- a good in Missouri is forbidden by law-ajiseo t do Sp i .ivciStock Journal ment for American silks. The Hickman Courier, Yt.-SSfrhi- i I EXCITEMENT UNABATED. ; t i . f ht Itemarlmblo litporlenco of a Koch. e8tiT,rhyielan fully Authenticated Cleveland (0.) Herald. RopoHon rats The Increasing damand forkidgloves.-- A: y. independent. rnompaon AJt a 1 e k. i- i . vla-p- cd lk Dio-so- m Yestorday and day before wo copied oar columns from tho Rochester (N. into Y.) Democrat and Chronicle, a remarkable statement made by J. B. Henlon, M. D., a gentleman who is well Imovva In this city. In thnt article Dr. Henion recounted a wonderful experience which befell him, and the next day wo published from tho same paper a second ariiclo, giving an account of the "Excitemont in Rochester," caused by Dr. Henion'a statement. It la doubtful if any two articles were over pub-lUh- ed Eye V, ater. Druggists sell it. 2a HAGAWS important suit A man's wedding garments. Bur tngton Free Press. M:as nolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell, andaw cant telL HEALTH AND STRENGTH. Complete licart-eas- o and freedom from aches and pains follows tho use of Dr. Guysott'S Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. It gives tono and strength to every part of tho body, and Is especially eflicacioua in curing diseases 'brought on by functional dorangements, such as impure blooa, weak kidneys, poor digestion, etc, causing headarhes, constipation, sores, urinary sediments, pimples, adiing joints and limbs, lame back, general weakness, universal lassitude, etc, etc. Under tho influence of this excellent remedy the heartbeats Tegular, tho blood circulates with vim, the lungs breathe easy, tho kidneys and liver grow Red Star, 1 - J.iu Io-- t ! hr Fld fup-ium- rotm-riM- ( oor-lious- e. dros-.o-.- n tor-led- Nevr-roundc- d o. it-cl- - up-stair- j. es-se- U "Pm-hint-.- jn-i- -- Btnl-niaki- iron-clad- s. well-to-d- it-b- rt broom-handl- e, d laes e? Solf-Sacriflc- Q. farm-hous- e, - at 1 ht bs-liev- es cross-graine- farm-hous- e. both among professional people and laySince the publication of those two articles, having been besieged with letters o inquiry, we sent a communication to Dr. lieaioa and also one to II. II. Warner & Co., asking if any additional proof could be jrfven to us aa to the validity of tho statement published. In answer thereto HiMrJtttltt we have received tho following letters Tree from Opiates, JCcxetics and Poison. which add interest to the entiro subject and verify every statement hitherto made: A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE Tojl Coneh, Sore Throat, Influenza, RocnESTEK, 5. Y. CoUmTnroachltU, Croup, WLoaplng CouSfc GB5TLEMEN: Yonr favor is received. Atomn, ulnr, Piln.tu Clictt, tadctUr The published statement, over my jlgnu-turLuo;v Tt at of U to which you refer is true everr Price 30 cents a bottle. Throat Drocstos 8oM tt respect, ami I owe my life nnd inpresent CT&. JVrtle unnUe to Induce thtirdtaler to na4 Deal- promptly health wholly to the power of Warner's paii, cy ttLfm. Kill rtrelre tiro IxMUtrZxvrut c&argcs 0' tfulHig one do!Utr to Safe Cure, which snatched me front tho TUE rH IRtES A. togeixr coanxT, very briak of tho grave. It is not surprisBolrOmun &1 Muufoctnrart. ing thit people should question the stateEIUkok, aiTjUai5,C S.X. I mndo, for my recovery was ns Rent ment a marvel to myself, as to my physlcitas. ELY'S nnd friends. CREAM BALM J. B. Uemon, 31. D IlocuKSTBit, N. Y.j Jan. 21. C.lcanscs tho Sirs: Acknowledging your favor Head. Allays we would say: The best prool we canaive yon that tho statements made Inilnm in a t i 0 n. by Dr. Henion aro outirely true, nnd would not have leen published unless strictly so, Heals tho Sores. ig the fallowing testimonial from the best cdffzuus of Rochester, nnd a card pubms Restores tho lished bv Rev. Dr. Toote, which you are nt liberty to use If you wish. Senses of Taste H. II. Wjuineb & Co. ttSmcll. A quick To H'Ae ,f May Concern: WbLl&rrv usz. & positive Cure. In the Rochester Dvmorrat and Chronicle ER M era's at Dracrfjtsr of Uvea ber 81, thoro appeared a state- HAY-EEVfrif.rtf l. mi Hut.. ment in tho form of a enrd from Dr. J. B. li bysnilllleenu. t- -i r..orai.x,ij-uKitnHenion. of this city, recounting his oitcbo.n.t. recovery ironi Bnght's disease of the kidneys, after several doctors of ALL CLAMP proininenco had giveu him np, by the nse iROLLER SKATE of Warner's Safe Cure. Wo are personally or by reputation ncqunintcd with Dr. Wa Cballecss ths World to Produce Its Equal. Henion, and xo beiiovo he would publish no statement uot literally true, fro are also personally or by loputntion well acquainted with H. II. Wnrner & Co., of that remody. whoso commercial ul petsoual standing in this are of the highest order, and wc ?' and PoHshed. i believe that they would not publish anv Send 6c lnB'mt3 for LARGE ninstrnted Cata-lo- a statements which were not literally nnd of KolVr 0kife Ours, lUCea. Kevolvers, Air RISe. Goods. Etc strictly true in every particular. C. R. Iaroxs, (Mayor of Rochester. SONS, BOSTON, MASS. jOHN P. LOVEU-'Wx. tcacBLL, (Editor Union and Aaver-tier- .) men. lloni-tcatis- which caused greater commotion TRAD eq MARK . e, "' CatatohH y xin TO3.ciVp5 - dufj-receive- MBS- . healthy and strong, and tho whole physical organization becomes rnoro capame of endurance. Thought and action aro compassed with greater freedom, and tho individual approaches aa near perfection a healthful human.ty is capable. Unfortunates who seek health do themselves great injustice if tlvyfail lo try this excellent remedy. It is as far ahead of all other preparations of sarsapa-rill- a, ters, etc., as gold is superior to silver. Thousands have attested to its worth as a sure reviver of health, strength and vigor. Itcmembcr to havo your druggist get it for you, and take no substitute. blood purifiers, tonics, bit- 5" pro-prieto- rs com-rnnnit- y Qgr il Mtzs 1 lu'-'c- o S W". -- County.) County.) K. B. EnvvAKn D. Sbtjart, Psssrsn, (ox-Surro- Monroo (ex-Cler- sea-dep- -, A. rnosT, 33.000 YOUMBHEH PACTMSM PHI I Anoprn FQH chracttr. borbtn Othervrell-Vn.mn 8SH80LS. o--ds k Monroo (cx-Dlitrl- ct Monroe County.) Attorney Roeh-est.-r- CPE EVfc.ItY a. ', . , Tbe book tur Sonf SrsuSAEirs uIcnbcijooLi. aum- of tbo lilgtiMt uu rcuiin,. SiPar aud majlc, nerdttt aad grass-grow- n, rose-busy. j - ro County.) Hiram Sistxr, (Capitalist and Beds-roan- .) W. C. Rovvurr, Judge, Monroe County.) oohx vaa- vooKins, of (ex-Coun- ty er Coa-greas.; J. M. D.vTT,(ex-Minb- r Congress, , Johx S. Mohoan-- (County Judge, .) NTC1IUNT IbaruD'-li t't 1 Mon- iraJfr rl feTiacvtrrcjy linaadrcislA.tiaaaCoJcKC, a 'lit VASiACTH IIVhZMMSln 01 w ujr as tue Merchant. cjn.,m 1 1'oVi-cpt.- awl'fp. ' Forfu'lpa-Ic- iewYorS. mum H nURBnaX T T highly-wroug- ht lreh -- .w Tk - -- le-si- riwv,1-b0i,- p- de be-t- w r. ! Iis g t. ie jr Democrat and Chronicle ot the 81st of a sutenient made by J. B. Henion, 31. D., narrating how b had been cured of Brishi's diMaao of the kidneys, nlniost in iU iMt stagea. by tho nse of Warner's Safe Cure. I wm ret e. red to in that statement, as having rtcoaimncld(l and urged Dr. Henion to try the remedy, which he did, and was cored. The statement of J)r. Henion i trne, so far a3 it concerns myself, and I believo it to be trne in nil other respects. He was a pai ishioner of mine and I Tinted him in his bickness. I nrged him to take the medicine and would do tho baiue agrain to any one who was troubled with a disease of 'the kidneys and liver. Israel Poote, (D. D.,) (Late) Keetor of St. Paul's Episcopal Cimrch. UorAetlcr, y. y. an rnnt?Lnt. HtwiMlititi with t.liic rilnt-supiMjiftHl i w tL ft! ,t.Tt t...i. An, KJJLAJJ.1 nu r?.i:i vj in u,v,ny snuiui, V1- - 1BI4 Tnre was published in tlio Rochester mil It U FQ'" fiM-Mmm- yn i r .'! DISEASESHUM .1 m 111 tt Jl. iturc Intense at ni-- 'it irli'Dsr n. SSHNPSn'riTMPWTiure cure. ISrU At lot's lc LlT'rXC I'KMIUCI, I4!ML, J4 ' " 4WiJf T .c. It. p. ait j; jm, m nut ma e or lonft it'nnUtntj. tcr vr. n .1 E7GHISG PILES. VlorarClion. jli School tholr. i. rsun it TUilen.niliau-re- l Wrvath, W t rerfctua Price of cadi of ttn tnreeboot., II. or 9 prrclor AIm Illslt Hcliool Itook ir Notts;. Ernt L(l'e. 1j ex , or 16 j)f r dor. and l'tib'te Srliool lljniuul, by Irvlas Lutrson. .ijO Jlipll SfIiH..lior. 111 ant T. ry .11 aacceufal boots for W.B TlUcn: w ci cr all " ".-- -. - ooiuoj 'kJV.Phlli, r & ' ji., schools. t W.L. Tom-lis- t. In two edition The Scliuol hditlua has voico ")0cis ,ortprduz. Tb"Teach-rr- s' rA.tnoi.lv. ai Jcj EdltlvD baa v: rmt andcoiti TjcU. t2gooi8on,- - r..ri.!u( rvf allagM. Childrcn'sSongsand Howto "rbe JSI iir a. 1 thpm r "ft tor Cox-olrl- to inig.iB. Otter and Sb'nlSnnirBokre: Kmer-oJtrlt.. ard 1'erw n' Gulden BoDia Wblioorilll, ea.h5iru..oriper dez. Notts n' cujIm1 ""Br-- : Direct, rn v -e -- - frj wm--- MlJt MIVHTHK t dt t"tP.HT. mr Kxinuus.r. tnitttnff thi decfrm H sis rrun who wli )hiw. an. Ine book for rrfnury ScbooU and with nlctarefl. sircf. rwitrv nd .weetrr muolc E.U-Emerson & Cert nid. cwajme. Jce:j..eJperc!oi. Mftiled 1ur tne Reull Pnce. OLIVER IlITaOX A-- CO., Xto.ton. DITSOK CO . iT, Droadvoy. gewTorfc r Gems for Littlo Sinsers. ail charm- - ".. o-- r rimrgiii ,b-" WiarnpaucsagpriNuiic(Juis7!nicli I or Uk vW Y I. It A lUVASA r hly-- J iwtiM 8unT or NY jamcjvnox nail or tunuer pan.i- lira icatl terma oilJre, at onv. SffS Dr J.A. SherrpanU now this i thi? vnof'ji ujLvatid niftAR CO. era Office. bULoa1.JIt. 144 jiar- - t K7 Rrnnrfw. PJW VorU. rpTuiac Kct KtJ treatlntr Vpbruarr. A.....K torilJUlllc. Utaiir . .. " m .Z.m. in- - . I'aloaice. I i.r..nrti ir itii. be ul tcnliij munin. JCroaaway, litre 1:9 UI 1 Iidlc$ cad Gentlemen la Ci' or County totake light oay in?i sir VV irk rmt ea'.i. - l brmati ocanvas- ins n r.Tc cooti r.enmnu ior oar worK. anil 1 tmiin raay employment Addrrni with ttarop Citf it il'ro Co 2A ftsco fct Cta'tLO. : wortattbrirowuil. m-u- ANTPn IT. rrviititTYiitn 1, CIO All MP cr-jt- t- u. bfw ,-- v 1 ,'. 1 ro-n- i. 1 1 v l, 1 hr to create peculiar impijsiions upon the mint! of the criminal which will exert an influence for good after he has regained his liberty. An English writer Buys Beatrice Cenci was a baso murderess. As this information comes about 800 years after her death it is supposed that dutc ctives havebeen at work on tho case. ISoiton PoM: "Where the lay when bombarding Vicksburg is now a huge the courpo of tho river havgun-boats k, 140 a -- V K- l'ATfl fcr apisistss roumx T.ti Peholarfhlii tn the Newiirk, Arvr .Icraejr. coLi.tnr, Po!ltton torcoaiie. Sitlnnalratronapfi. Writ for Circular. COLEdAN S TALSJS Hand-Boo- k 8- - a hv . a . nt i.. 1 1 ' 1 n PATMTQ ! FREE. a. r. tAcrrr, niktlll wPtcat Atfya. Wazhinston, D.C. MU.VJIi. A, i. a WanL OO brax JlnBarti. 1 uln h trorhl. 1 gamp!' J It A AdUrrM JAY BROSS0N. 1etboit. ilicu. IFffliteirorvjjJTitc.ojtanT-where.'Whole. notsee-'jpdi- e .tmjrusrv 'l it JLVTEJ) KKEE. monial. tttt-c- c ' i l bare a cositlT.. r mJ tf it' abcTe dtseaa ; by III S ma tbiolaa laofea." tt I ti.e . hla4.dfi lan urtdlns'ia.aNwn- - . 'd. T o ii rrLrs itiez. lal se ilearT.t itlw i I LnivT&kc. t!.illca9 tocttbrrtr ia A' . .tr o tontiv iit DR. r A ::o TV IS' irul f". . .twTork. 1 1 -n SSMPTt &Bva h-- r at .laifalrj-natletttm from erst da3f i relief tcni'at-- s I cuarantce tjie removal of . al x' two-third- s f.,rL IIXStt ilc.tltl Ir1c-lls- tJ . Young Pien becuarinlceaemplojiaeaUMldreasl'.WCAA.Vda.O. h-- r sniid-ban- Sijr'd iu.15 tVaba Ooodftnaran. avOh'caco. Tv.irntlte lo all paflen'a. II. II. M. tTnnea Atuuc, Atlanta, IIi:i:.. (.coreln. flltTrlTm UXiHUUll - Itad-lcniilutendaya. Tpstl- frr Trratl!. br mall JD., &5 d 'thmit tt e knife. Treated ano tolc-ttteatJre Aa'f- K L.Pt NP.M D, Aurora. KaneCclII. it t ca-c- ing changed. ii - sec-on- tl No Murks. Mr. T. M. Casad, editor of tho Corydon, aOQO ROYAL PRESENTS j I I I ! said-"Yes,- " .. -- w w . i , ! ...-. a. . IM. IV Hand-gro-nad- I Iowa, 'Times, writes that his littlo girl burned her foot severely on a stove Ono upplication of St. Jacobs Oil, the great cured it completely, leaving no marks. By two applications of St. Jacobs Oil he cured himself of a torturing pain in tho side. jain-relieve- r, Only I 1(0,000 publishers of the JL 37,00 more aubtcrlben Deeded before tb Grand Distribution takea place. April ISM. For Wj cents we will mall yoa our paper 6 monttn on trial, and Immediately tend you a numbered IlerelpUl I vhlch win cnUtle (lie bolder to one of the f ollovlsz prcteuta. All tuete prcacnU will be glrea to these 1 Lone rfUIE Xjorua. CHIcjiko t a, Vory Xiow jE2.vto. enhacriners. Port nnd Courier dealre to secure ;, rrutiti AKD A arm-chai- r, Is proof of tho persistent hatred 'that Cain cherished for his brother, a little girl declared that be hated him as long as he was Abel. 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It cost scnly 50 cents to try zitDOStiMe wt icilllettt l'ostacoitamm taken fromplaces where a Postal Kote can not be obtained. RsaltbyPosulKote. plain envelope cr express Addresa tncayi von ana touner, jtonison nidTc;. cor. Uart St.and Calhsna Place, Chtefro,lU. the-airar- GOLD 900 WHO VIXX WATCHES FRE P SKSO TILE QUICKEST t r rtW m m Too can . ce flHUKjiAji TwiPMf&b&W III ri'f "X . . . half-lieartc- I '- -'j ia d, n fact that tnoit of the It b a Hone sad Cattle Powder sold in this conn-tr- y la werthless; that SherMaus Condition Powder Is absolutely pire and very Nothing on arth will make bens lay like Sheridan's Condition Ponder. Xke, one tenpoonfal valuable. -- MAKE HENS LAY to each pint of food. 2S self-sacrili- ce "'-?""- ".' I -- 1 vross-oearin- .l..i... ghtKorh high-head- uLl.SiZlV11 w"rSrnd8aU $ tur..!L PMW1,-:.in u.'C "rrV" TIor "" .t.t .at "'", ---- -- made tt "Promises aro like be broken," says the old adage, but thlj n pio was invented. mail everywfcere.or rvUIflfEIM rUHl CrDA nocCS:oIera,4c. SoldAlso furnished lasent byeaas, far far lirje cents In UniWiXCII oy nla.CrCAT seat FBZE.stamps. JOilNojt A cu eosn. jtsu. mail, 11.2a areolars breeders- em. cixe u.w; U B. - ItiU also prevent aail cure saying originated before railway-statio- !ii 1 rtl:nil 11 Dr. Cox, of Star Congh Cure. Pare, pleasant, sore, safe. Colo daze Benumbed with the frott Merchant Traveler. " Brown's BuoxcniAL Troches" are widely known as an admirable remedy for Bronchitis, Hoa seness, Coughs and Throat troubles. Sold only in boxes. 25 cts. A man's reputation is no better for bctu 5 guilt Ptas'aOlptpiiACffiJliKiHflnaiiDJpnteiSe. edged.-Audjre. mothers," "It must prove a boon to D.C., saya is what of Red Washington, R. U. AWARE THAT Lorillard's ! 1 Olimas Ping '1 roR afcTaar that NaTT the beat and cheapest, quilKy considered SaiaLmfllaeeat: that LorHtardl Lortllarda CUpp1nsa.and bearing xmltintvg; that Le?8taxa'i Sail.ar t Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every, year. MadeoelybytseK.Y.A wbniOi Havana ClgrCs,WBroa ' Positively & SCt way, N. y. ask 1 es, I lie-rim- for it. ...., ailia.JU. .v, ! fs- - JLNX-- K. ? i w CUnn't Sulphur S6ap heaWand.beautiBes.Aa6c. fiuutAM Corn Ksmovxjv kill Oonsi Busies. Itmwnm1 vramrsm t - 101s ? I f .? u. feSab- 'Lyftrt' . nytva2tfiHBV; ' if As--. AagWft WC y. Ji - ri ' r- ''& "5:vt -- gF SiP. V V -- 1 A K. s a? t- - krl LOCAL NEWS. Wc are authorized to announce THOS V. JWaLLACE, as a candidate for the Elecoffice of Jntler of Fulton County In August next. tion For Jnller. SnminerviUe, at May field, was destroyed by fire Saturday night last. Choice Fresh Clover, Timothy, Orchard Herds Grass and Seed Blue Uatp, at TUo residence of Mr. Zack Grs, J. AMDERG'S SONS. . 3-- w. There s a propositio before Congress to make an intcr-St:.t- e divorce law. It occurs to us tl at it would be a good law. Tvy Rogers' Sugar Uous2 Molasses, the best in Hickman. for wheat in this county are not good, the frequent freezes and thaws, warrant the prediction of only half a crop. Itch, Prairie Manc and Scratches of BTery kind cured inO minutes by S SANITARY The prospects ed by its force, earnestness and compreheusheness, and was the subject of unhersal commendation. His allusion to homicides in Fulton county, the escape of oftenders, the duties of officers, &c, attracted attention, and was specially well received. Tho best pumic sentiment approves and fully cndoiscs any effort to hold public ofhYers to a prompt and rigid perfoiinanco of duty, but this much "explanation is due in behalf of officers for Rome apparent neglects or failures, and that is that Fulton county is a narrow strip of territory, with Tennessee and Missouri close by, on cither side, and the escape of offenders is sometimes quick and easy. If there are other causes for any escapes, let the law take its course, promptly and firmly, without fear, favor or affection. juugo Campbell's charge to the grand jury, Monday, was mark- fflftr m.in!f 4fct i " FTRES AT TNTTPfYNr Frosi fntton FaltOBian. 'WUlUll, Don't Like the Grand Jury. V urn Fulton rZ " j other. LOTION. This never fails. acute Bronchitis for many years, and that Sold by, J. W. COWGILL, Druggist, lliekmin, Ky. all remedies tried cave no permanent relief, until he procured a bottle of Dr. King't Mr. Abo Plant, of Cincinnati, New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, Is stopping in Jlickman this week. and Colds, which had a magical effect, and It is looks like old times to see his produced a permanent cure. Throat, guaranLung, 4genial phiz" behind the counters teed to cure all Diseases of or Bronchial Tubes. at Plaut Bros. & Co. Trial Bottles Free at Mooro & Lan- drum's Drug Store. Large Sire $1.00. Fresh Oat H.al an J Crucked Wheat, t A fitartlliig DlHcoXcry. WOOL-FOH- D Mr. Wm, Johnson, of Huron, Dak. Use no writes thas his wife had been troubled with It " v i j , - Diestelbrink, Mena Miss daughter of Win, Diestelbrink, left last Saturday for Nashville, where she will re enter Dr. Price's school, in which institution she held first honors last session. Head-Hght T""??-!- J. W. Rogers'. m "JL Ntv-' Mill w . Mis8Nellie-Aj-Brow- n, Flour, In half 'arro1s, at J. W. RoGBsas'. n r I date for the ofhyc 'of jailer. He is a clever gentleman, competent and worthy, is the piesont liicum bent, and win continue to make a wonderfully imitated. This piece good officer if elected. alone is well worth the l'rico of She was to give admission. Glvrn ByThol?.liei Aid Society. Tome to the Spelling Mafh. at Cahhrell'n another entertainment last evenSchool liou-e- . rrnlav night; you will en ing, and we are sure she deserved oy it. Admission lOcts. whether she received it or not a sjood house. The Washington monument was dediciled at "Washington City An End to Bono crftlWnjr. on the :wri. witu appropriate cor Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrisburg, I emonies, and an oration bv Hon, Daniel, of Yirginia, one says "Having rpcpivwl an much bene"t0 John W. duty from Electric Bitters, I feel it of the most bnlliant orators in let suffering humanity know it. my Have hau America. Another full line of Terrv's UNLIMI TED GUARANTEE SCISSORS, just re ceired, Ai. Mr. Thomas Y "Wallace is an nounced in this ifuo as a candi cutionist of considerable culture mid ability, gave an entertainment at City Hall, Wednesday night, to a small audience, with such pleasing effect however, that hereafter she will likely be greeted by lull houses in Hickman. Miss B. is very versatile in her elocution, the mind of her audience from pathetic to gay and humor: ous selections by prompt and Her p.ei&siug characterizations. rendition of ''Creeds Bells" was simple splendid, the chimes being re-lici- an elo- Those who have not gone to xht Thursday morning, at 11 o'clock, the whistles of the differ- court at Hickman, are on a visit ent mills sounded the alarm of to relatives. All will return about This busifire, which had broke out in tho the last of tho week. forcing men to go befoiea Seminary building. The lire origi- ness of nated frbni a defective ilue, and grand jury, to our" mind, is a piece broke out in the second story. of great foolishness. A laborer is The first lloor was used by tho forced to stop his work, spend a ft eoschod authorities, whro about dollar to go to Hickman, pay two one hundred children were taught; dollars per day board, and receive they escaped without injury, and the enormous amount of one dollar per day from the Commonsaved all the school furniture. The second lloor was used by wealth. Then, v. here are the good the Knights of Honor and Ma- results? You arc forced, under sons, a"s ja lodge-- i oom. All tho oath, to report any misdemeanor paraphernalia of both lodges were your neighbor has committed. Then he ceasos to be jour friend, destroy edl The buuMiug was worth 61,200. lie dogs your trail for an opportu- mty to hare you at the Temple ot and was iusured. One fire a day did not socm in Justice Then, it does not stop satisfy tfio destroying monster, nt'rc- it causes troutue in eciy it makes your ami at a lew minutes after mid-- neighborhood; friends enemies, night tho tngines blew their shrill Jt a11 originate from some old whistles t again summon tho cit- who does not like himself. izens. Thbflro was first c people, or the world ho lives nrMl lv Wntf'lnniiii Rror.iMidiiie' "! J"tso he can givo vent to and was jjt'st breaking forth in the io north euf of the honso occupied,"15 icemigs on some one cvery- Consequently Mn.mlnwR. satisfied. cAln hv W. m m.r. aud the other by Fall & Meadows. uody must appear before that first alarm,' and the P1" tribunal regardless of cost or consequences. V. hdc it may enirines took it up. WO Claim A o tin liiiililinfr-vrn- ... n ........ nun , '0 "OOll lliat it does fromo ,,.. ,. n. i4J lw UU.......n .ni.p n,i.;.ii-- . .m,.i narm. 11 i emitter uo not ueuc c the fair of an explosion of now- - nuyt nng you hear, nor one tenth Wo know of tier jn the grocery store, it was of what you see. men who are summoned before not deemed advisablo for any ono grand jury of Fulton county 19 enter either store.. At the fint the w.ll not enlighten the mluds tiro a fov? who brcakifur olit of tho ot that bodv: but still these men goods were removed from Mead nui ft go, their wages lost to their ows' dry goods room. and As the adjoining buildings wefe families, expenses incurred, no is feu re to be burned, the attention the morality of the country of everv ono was directed to better. As we said before, while it has some good effects, it also wards Kuiug tho stock of & Hughes, Mrs. Hall's mil- has evil ones. linery goods, and Undo Sum's i 1 discov-isnoozer txlt nUn. Ihh C 'LA,-C- ES X Fi llU;fl at.CUES-U,?S!. HI in !U5 i-'- I' TO MAKE BIG CLAnrS in whir, tos-imvF.imitnrn "is the best' requires but a stroke of the pen and a little'priuter's ink; to back up the "- t'rooi is a more ciaim u dillicult matter. None ot my woUltt-b- e rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the best." ' Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when asked to solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" goods. This'isa g00d Wav for people who keep inferior goods and wish to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. v - . , THAT IS imaiimA A "LJ is ss ' Au-Hegawt- ; r ! .i m. I r-r Km-i.;...,- - ii the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate Z&LOW PRICES' Goods. This is the point and escenco of this discourse, with first-claand makes horSe sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you K2 know what good UliNlTUJifils, and perhaps you don't' if you want the test give ma call and I Will show you. Diamond Sewing Machine, the I am alsoageut for the light-runnit ltf e inave tins liberal roi)osition to ladies friend. j make to our manv friends and cus N. B. I amave the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will du- tomers, and to all who teethe need of economizing thefcc hanl times. UMJPRICES.''&Z Customers politely served on short no- ue propose trom J'eoriiary 1st, till Hie middle of March, to offer our plicate winter Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Gloves, Gents heavv Overshirts and tice. StorCiUCTflls the street from Holcombe's new drug store. unucrwear, ladies Oioaks, &c, c:c., at cost, for cash. WUtn are say cost, i? Respectfully, wc mean cost, and that mcwS hiccr prices lhati any competitor can offer X you, for our goods were bought by the large quantities and for spot cath, and at the lowest margin possible. So come and price our goods and if prices fail tb suit you, don't buy Tr1 1 RJi rr, MOIEI A Dollar . 4 II fuM ... FOCIPTS HP fi Saed is ajDoliar Mad 1 ng i E. T. GABDNER. i M Oif i Jui Bl W O T" Till 1m SUCCESSORS TO PLAUT BBOS. & CO., t?. ;S& 'TLT 3?-- Who Made tJie Low Prices -- 4 xox- Ed-din- g -- Scissor. J. W. CORMAN, & CO. ii 5 Feb. 27, 18S6, 4r. The February term of tho Pulton Circuit Court convened 'ESTRAY NOTICE, promptly, Monday morning, Judge James Campbell, presiding, and UP, on the 10th day of Mr. C. II. Thomas, Commonwealths TAKEN 1SS5, as Mtrayg, by W. II. Vade, on his farm about three milea east Attorney, present. county, 5 Tho court has been engaged, with of Jerdan Station, in Fultonwith cropKy , off five Sheep, three marked few exceptions, to date, in Com- right ear, and crop and underbit ofTof left monwealth cases, chiefly whitky ear, the otheT two not marked. Valued and gaming indictments, which by A. C CIovot. at seven dollar. Given have resulted in some convictions under my hand, this February 10th, 1885. unci nuuuraua wore uniejin,ht snow tlrittou in mntiy places ttven Lt.i iiome, acquittals. The follow A copy atteht, mm D C. NUGENT, J. 1 t .iiiu mirj uuuiii iiuu uu accom- tv"reera:m"im Dnswes5wwnB sms-- 1 mg persons compose tne grand b. 27, 1885. jiended. rvl modated. (jury for this torm : g S. L. D re wry, foreman; Jos. K. JVoUcp. Special Mr. Taylor Bard, who livis Uncklon'M Arnlcn Sftlvc. 'Muse, Robert Kirk. W. II. 15c All poraon? indebted to the firm of near Fulton, this county, and who Tun Best Cuts, Salve in & Dreury, A. J. G. ii hero attending court, received Bruise. Sores, ulcers, the world for Fever til. Scearec,Jones, Eli Reeves,Man-pi- at an early day, will pleaws come forward Salt Buetim, and make hctllement. - i. beat. l':ico a telegram Wednesday from home, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain, Chas. Young, J. G. McMur Office at E. Collins' drug store Alexander announcing that one of his sons Corns, and all fckin Eruptions, anu posi & Maxwell's old stand. W. B. Reed, Joshua Dm.ds, BONDUKaNT & DREWEY. had accidentally shot and serious- tively cures Tiles, or no Py required. It satisfaction, Martin King, J. W. Brown, J. L. Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1886. ly wounded another one of his is guaranteed to give perfect 2o cents or money refunded. Price pr Rous. No particulars are given of box. For Sale at MOOHE & LAXDRUMS. Luttroll. Ami the following the petit the sad accident. jury: Services at ho Methodist The Aery Plow Company of J no. A. Stubbs, Abe Under church, Sunday ami Sun.l.u nigirt. LouiKMlIe. ami tho Hall Plow Com- wood, Jack Thomas, Jno. C. RoSubject of morning discourse: pany of Maysvillc, have each oth per, Sam Noonan, Thos. R(ed, Institution of the Passover and er bv the throat at tho New Or Jake Silvcrtooth, Geo. S. Pickerits typical significance. All invi- leans Exposition. A thousand ing, Jno. T. StubblefioUl, J, O. ted, especially the members of the dollar gift, to some charitable in Benedict, Ed Browder, .1. M church. Sacrament will bo admin- stitution, hiuges on which plow Browder, Wm. Wade, E. C. Carter, istered at close of sermon. Sub- lakes tho award from a competent R. C. Forrester, Jno. S. Belt, Jess ject at night: Tho Important Ques- committee. In tho meantime tho Beckham, Jno. Mavtield, S. W. t. . W. G. Hefley. tion. Oliver Chilled and the South Bend Lauderdale, J. P. Taylor, F. P. !f arc preparing for a spring row in Barnett, J. A. Underwood, W. L. 1'n & In the Northern and Eastern everv town can afford rival Gardner, O. B. Kirlin. "" States the snow has interfered agencies. that Court will probably adjourn very seriously with railroad "travSaturday, but may extend into el. In Illinois, Ohio, Iowa, Xow next week. Full proceedings pubv?r- York and other States the snows Tho Fulton Fultonian nouwnr lished next week. have piled upon each other and ted Mr. Jake White of Clinton, still it continues to snow. It for State Senator. Jake is a good The Coining Indy oTIlio White Honse. S Wf 'hi r. or. -v seems that the worst part of the lawyer, a man of fine, clear judg'fc-r3- S 3?elb: iroscbolles, tbo Engliab ifk liuiiiaioi nfii nnr.iirnriniuTnniiiiiiurziic winter is jnst coining on. ment, well informed, and withal artist, who is paiuting a portrait tho prince of clever fellows, and Mr. Chas. Q. C. Leigh, senior would faithfullv, honorably, and of Cleveland, says of Miss Clevei? COLLINS, Proprietor, editor of the Paducah Standard, ably represent his people iu this or land: was married Tuesday evening to We don't other position. "She is a lady of Kiss Effio Gardner, in the Broad- anv believe that ho will seek the appearance, of high distinguished Clinton Street, Alexander & Maxwell's much culture and way Methodist church, Paducah, position, but perhaps his friends. intelligence, dignity and perfect Old Stand.) and left immediately on a bridal (and they arc numerous), may pre self poise. She will preside over HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. tear to New Orleans. May his vail upon mm to uecomo a canui-dat- the White IIouso superbly. She ' Bccesshave no II. and tho of is a strong and interesting woman. Kperity ever lead them, witii-?i- t She has fair hair, which is soft) a . to their happiness. short and curly, aud nice, poeti- DRUGS, TATENT MEDICINES, DYE8XuPFS, Frank James, the famons out- cal blue eyes. Sho possesses a Fulton had two fires last week, ho. is distinct knowledge of the line TOILET ARTICLES, Um first destroying tho Fulton law, has been released, and charge arts, and she illuminates her conBRUSHES, SOAPS, SMuaary building, in which the now a free man. The last arminst him was tho Ottarville versation with a refined and viva- PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. K ii tfkMjic school was being taught, robbery, and tho death of the which the Masons and principal witness compelled tho cious play of features. I am sure The finest quality of LIQUORS jfor MeMm Of sho is the sort of woman oue dicinal purposes, Tobaccos, Cigars, etc. Honor held their meet-fegIJHfkts fresh State to dismiss the charge. There would like to have for a friend." Everything money and new. your and the next day the dry is one remaining indictment by buying MediESTSave goda house of W. W. Meadows, against him in Minnesota, bnt it cines, etc., from this house. lira. William llnndlc. tk hardware house of Eddings & Fiom Christian Adrocate. is understood that tho Governor l'KENUKIPTIOXS. - Hftgkee, the postoffice, and a Anoto from P. P. Eandle, of An experienced and of Missouri will decline to give thoroughly comstore. Tho loss is reported him up. Koeic Alius, Ala., tiateu Jan. 25, petent prcscriptionist engaged, and ready at 6,900 to 87,000, over and above announces that his mother, Mrs. at all hours to fill descriptions accurately itousnee. Mr. H. C. Amberg, wife and L. K. Bundle, widow of tho lato and prompt! . Rev. William for many Xr. Lockridge, assistant State sister, left Wednesday eve, for years a memberRaudle, Tennessee of the Mr. Amberg will purGeologist, has been operating in Now York. in great peace Conference, this section the past week or two. chase his spring stock of dry on Jan. 23, died aged seventy-fou- r He u a very affable and cultiva-te- i goods &c, for tho well known firm years. fOW TO SVE AfONEY, commen- - of J. Amberg's sons His choice gentleman, and with Mrs. Eandle, whoso maiden 'itWe pride is disposed to tell us selection and good judgment in name was Edwards, was the sister "We are Wholesale Headquarters for al all fail to f the "sleeping riches" in tho hills buvinir cannotvery latestplease and ot the lato Rev. Wiley B.Edwards, grades of style Waffs about Hickman. Well, who want tho aud for long years the wife of CBBWXM&, S110B1H6 TOBACCO ftfid CI9AM we've been here 25 years, and wo good goods. Brother Bundle, who was a faith- and will job to dealera only at Factory re well prepared after this long W. CdWgill and ful minister of the gospel. She prices; also uio Mayor John tattle with lifes fitful fevers to one of the excellent of the etieve that if there be any great wife, Miss Fannie Amberg, Capt. was leaving wherever she lived, Sental Scotch and Superior Scotch SiiuS1, Rogers, W. L. McCutchen earth, riefcee hereabouts that they "sleep Jeff of a good name. Many tne best in the market. Wo also keep J and daughter, Miss Mollie Ealtzer, the savof friends in Tennessee, constantly on weit." hand a choice selection and Mr. Ben Hertweck, who have of her old mourn hor death, will of while the3 Within four months, cholera been absent atteuding New Or in her last victory. FAMILY GROCERIES. JeaecU will begin to creep out of leans Exposition have returned rejoice CONFECTIONERIES, J. B. McFerein. U hibernating quarters in Spain home. AND FRUITS, The deceased was the mother aad Fnwee, and by the time the Money. which we will sell Yery low for the cash. teachers of our esteemed take on their longest hours of districts No. 3, 6. Please call and see us. white ta4 iftoet vertical sun raysj Amor-a- a 7, Tho 11, 12, teachers16, 17, 19, 22, 23, 24 Capt. C. L. Eandle. 10, 13, 15. ports will take up the refrain, and 25; and colored teachers of districts 2, FiHfcUA & BeBOW. In England every chimney-po- t aa4 Iken there will be innsic in 4, 5 will find their 40 per cent in Hickman. The white teachers of districts 4, 6 8. that catches fire pays a fine, and air. The signs of preparation the dread monster are but 20 and 38; and the colored teachers of coU for every call on the Eire DepartLOWER and LOWER. find lathr ttveaouL A week of ored districts 6 and 8 will made theirsy at the ment, the man on whoso property All effort Fulton. ever kinds place is if it can iaaBraoa now will be worth a bank of the moneyI have sooner, but only the fire takeswas duo finedcareless- as cheap as of Groceries hams, sides, &c. here to have tho cheapest. I will not be to bo shown it ' IJy Hen the pestilcnco stalks received it Feb. 25 at 5 p. m. undersold. JOHN WITTiNQ. ness. JAS.IL SAUNDERSPM ia the land. I Ex. I v . j j the Legislature tells the Democrat t he has a Jersev cow which A. Clark county candidate for a running sore on my leg for eight years my doctors told me I would have to have the bone ecraped or leg amputated. I usedi instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound and well." Electrio Bitters are sold at fifty cents a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 23c per box at Moore & Laudrum's Drug tore. All the goods from buildings were removed, but in a damaged condition. Tho wind fiom the north fanned the flames in exactly tho right di rection, tor nad it been driven a little fat ther either way, there is no telling where the tiro would have eudul. Tho sash and doors of Wjatt's dry goods establishment were all badly burned. The insurance amounted to $17, 700, and was all with B. IL Freeman's companies, and distributed as follow 8: W. W. Meadows, $9,000 on sjock, $2,000 each in Traders, Pact'iiix, Spiiugiiold, and Hartford, and On house. $1,000 iu Continental. $1,000 each in Traders and Orient. Fall & Meadows, $1,000 each in Lancashire and Continental. Ed' dings & Hughes, $1,000 each in PlioMiix, New York Underwriters and Glens Falls. Mrs. J. Hall, $700 in New York Underwriters. mail pouches. thes-- We Would again call our attention to the fact, that this extreme cold weather has caused a run ou our Overcoats, Clothinir, Heavy Hoot and Shoes, Blankets, Quilt, &c, for the people of this community appreciate the fnct In a very substantial manner, when a firm offers a choice Hue of theabove to our fnerds anil the puhlic generally, that we have hist received " nnmcnFe stock of all kinds of Furniture and solicit the trade of imrtits tvirhr ing to huy.gWe can ehow all blylei Of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a ft lin; YrrEinnounce Yf of &fe2iB W lropiRO to make our pricei to suit the spirit of the times. You. can rest wsured you nt-- d never leave our house to Ibok for cheaper goods. "We iroiX)be to Pell as Luc no aay retail Furniture store in the "Purchase. Goods at strict COST. However, we were overstocked and had to sell, and our patronsare reaping the bvneiit. We still have a goodrStoek left and it is yoinic the same wav. It von don't lieiieve it. come and See ALEXANDER t'ery respectfnllv, DBALEKS IIST & Maxwju-l- , whose prices arc Always FOR the DEUGS.Ml BCINfiS. llOOkS, PTATlOKAltt. sum! Relmol t5upnl!o!. Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DK UGGISTS I t'U.N'DHlES, PAINTS, OILS AGENTS 3 (ItTIIU WHITE SEWING .MACHINE. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. I rooms in ncVr Odd Fellows building. Soy-A- ll kinds of Repairing done on short hblice, nnd in a ne are prepared to give special inducemcnU as rS.ore T. E. WILBUEN & (X), wrdmaoihi rtyfe. AJa Contractors and Builders of Houses. &. Lowi&t. FINE HORSES U L MOORE SALE! I.undrumV S can be found at D: FA RIS" Office, to attend night calls at Moore HAVE one thoroughbred Stallion, (Luke Blackburn), and two No. 1 draft Horses, which 1 will sell at a reasonable prue for cash. Call on or address, 1)EK RKED. I PRESORIPTIOlSrS A SPECIALTY The worst snow storm ever fences a lot of pigs, and is much known prevailed throughout a distressed when separated from irge part of the country last week them. 'Ihe Democrat jndges from Tuesday of this tluR storythsvt the candidate has and Monday and week. Throughout tho West goue in to wifu-freight traffic was almost entirely Harge numbers of Northern, rs uUaiidoued, and thousands of catwho sit the 2J". O.v.vpositioi tle left to perish in the cars. Passtop r.t Mammoth Caeto allow senger trains were blocked by, that Attraction to "take them h:.J-0drifts for a day or two at a were there last wed; time. In western Xcw York th& visitors Circuit Court. Hickman, Ky. HEUTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTUIti:r.S OF 1 & CO. Our Stock is complete m all lines Goods bought of u6. end we will sefl tory 3ow " , mmtmmsmsz ': xy &. Sv"iJKR. irfi?Sl?jlA'3&iAr-!aJXjr-PlKZkir- s m as-j?- y, Don-duran- t .1- n, Hit k3DQan y, T ie I OKAS. A. HOLOOM BE, DKAi.KK 3 .- old: rSS reliable w g S "Mf . DRY GOODS, SHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, WIN DOWjCTJRTANS, AND WINDOW SHADES, GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH 5entuckyj BLINDS, OIL PAINTS &' "Wc respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK befocs purchasing clsewherei - AND . yUfiiiii DIltlillilMS, iS! 331 CD at 2- FAINTS -- MilMM, 3SS1 J&SL 5 JSST - PRESCR IPTIONS CARi.FtfJ.Tji 15-ye- ar COMPO UXDED "& 3. W. COWGlLIr, e x-tx- ..- -. ' a OTlnnnvan Rossa's paper, the United Irishman, offers 310,000 reward for the body of the Prince of Wales, dead or alive. vote the By an exactly House of Representatives Michigan agrceuto submit a prohibtiory liquor amendment to the people two-thirdt t e. s; mil-Ktie- ry i -- t fellow-townsma- n, " - :d I fe ja r old boy named Frank A Abner, living in Hardin county, 111., was scolded by his grandmother for IDiRTjrGrS, runningaway from home. That night the lad got up and buried an axe in the old lady's head, killing her in&0ID PATENT stantly. Pulque, the Mexican national Al&EiwI htfzdt drink, is made of the fermented MEDICINES! is going to Eng- milk of the cactus. It looks like Sluggei4 Sullivan land and Slugger Ryan is also going skim milk and tastes like yeast. It SEWING MACHINES to England. Ye gods, what a mag- only costs two cents a quart, and teh cjnt will make a man as drunk as a nificent opening For a shipwreck. Aixnt? nabob. It leaves no head the next decided that when morning. The court has TDILETiKRTICLES y&m pensioners have deposited their Just now there seems to be a fire checks in bank that the money can epidemic among the charitable in not he attached or garnishecd by the stitutions of the United States, the &c &C &ou &c, &c, &e. creditors of the pensioner. last sad catastrophe being the burnthe Philadelphia alms hbuse, Attorney General Hardin holds ing of filled at any hour, day or night. Rirfg night hell after 10 tfcloc5i in which eighteen raving nitniacs, p. ji. that Uiere is no law in Kentucky by confined i: the insane department which a deputy shcriiTcan for misappropria- were cremated. tion ot the Staters money. Tom Elliot, a rich young farmer -- .ita of Dakato, having announced that In the Montana cattle towns a he would never marry until wheat newspaper, a .shave and a glass of sold at 1 per bushel, a neighboring whisky.all cost the same price name-ly,2- 5 farmei", who had a daughter willing cents. As a consequence there to relieve Tom's loneliness, has offer-edt- o is veryHtle demand for newspapers take his entire crop at i a The old, pdpular and always reliabl6;Hardwarc house of aud shave. 1 bushel and give him a check for it It is discovered that the dwarf , atthe adding. who isto marry Mrs. Gen. Tomj Wm. Roberson, ayoungmanliv-Tliuni- b deliberately assumed the ingin Louisburg, while in a grog title ofa foreign count for the pur- -' shop, made a wager that he could pose ofmaking himself as small as drink a quart of whiskey inside of Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of alljkinds oT Hardware possible. forty minutes. The money was put which arc offered at f nr onrl ho rlrrmh- fhf ltrmnr frnm tho. In New York when a youth steals ' quart measure, getting through in a twenty-fiv- e e, cent he is thirty-on- e minutes. Me died two sent, to states prison for twelve years. hours afterward. When a man steals a million from a When Mr. Carlisle tva introduced bank they let him go to Canada. and that the very lowest the market justiftesAllggoodsguaranteed to" Mr. Cleveto the President-elec- t, be exactly as represented. TheKew York Evening Post esti- land recollected having been intromates that no less than fifty duced to him before and reminded establishments, in various the Speaker thathe had on one occa- partsof the conntrv. nmnlnvino 'sion taken sunner with hiril at the probably 30,000 men", have started Riggs Honse, iri Washington. And j they were introduced by Mr. Dan UP- $ T.rl."Mml thooron Iwmnn whr nnm. Miss Cleveland, the coming mis- - inatcd Mr. Cleveland for his various l!h3 oe"st roof for the least money. Experienced workmen, employrdt tressofthe White House is a shrewd offices Mr Carlisle did not recolThe attention of builders especially desired as this house will give spe woman. She wears her hair short. lect having met Mr. Cleveland nnd cial inducements. Correspondence solicited. 5" There will be no war now ii Mrs. the event reminds us of the great I Ri tf. BKEVAKD Hendricks will cut her nails. possibilities of an American citizen tTrBsses NEW HOME B becrimi-nalKpofiecut- ed lIKifcSAiIlEIl - pen-knif- OHE JrJrCjIC-E-- j 5 iron-worki- ng - B 71 : "y .. a S sr . 1- - - S 5, Vv. U- - h?S .ri -- . i??r .t jrTt'. fc s u? I. J. Ii 1 in;i-.-w.T.i,j..- . ISS EICEMAH CQUEHS, GES. HIH f()USTOaT WOMEN DECLARE WAR AGAIXfiT 31 'Jriie ICctord Tftam Um SSook Journal. & Vi K J lli' PUT INGERSOLL IN JAIL. g DIKE0T011Y. V. S. CJOVKK.V3IEXT. Professional i Cards iV4 ; 51 H. A. & E. T. Senator Sam Houston, the PresWe dropped into County jffjerk Mr. Talmage Wants the Infi Tresident Chester A. Arthur. FRESH BEE!i coistnntJy on lap. Texas, Special Bitpftteli to tb ComHwrcfol Early CaiicUdnfics. ident ot .iu UMiufififc of office jrotenia nnriifciH-iuVie c President Senator Edmunds. lobaooo, of the best brands. Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 19. A Blaiue'H attention to the IOujBiHe del Arrested tortfiaspiiemy. - plan, evei was the to.iiigegSeo'y of Suite Thco. Frelinghnysen. his Eta-uu- , "Candidates for the Legislature governed Patronage solicited. New York newspaper has caused Commercial's McCulloch-- . Treasury Secretary tln article on thuTramig nov ti throughout Kentucky bccm to be when he fell Stnteuuc8SCe' an awful amount of iitdiffitAtioii Secretary of War Kobt. Lincoln. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage had an in loviiiLth a PrcUy eerpetrated on the Rtnte bvdhhc in roaring oat tin's year. backv:inl Secretary Navy Wm. Chandler. accom Clerks iu audience yesterday, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY swuiil n wns by sending out a cut with the matter of Hhnik immense the announcement that Secretary Interior Teller. The important work before the til at the State tKJjg&tatc, S00tl nauvinjr matter to the papers of drawn by hi- -i expect- the Governor of uui(sfL-,- . Qcnornl hooks, asked Hatton. how session, the reforms Postmaster lie would preach on Bob Inger and :i siMitl w,tcV' the romiiry of Mrs. Thomas A.- taxed fbc fitatc per j car forl Brewster. Attorney General VTTH.L ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS W. ed by the people, cause the best ookin DIESTELBRINK "' Hendricks, wife of tho Vice Prcsi- supplies. He replied: M Cfioipt soll's witty but wicked lecture de y ontrnstfil in their enre. men to hesitate as .to conntin? Alter his maritime Im fnil( she of b nn day previous. in which the claim is think my books sot a vrif lip n;ioJirlmd that rtatk orncEus. )Sce Fumilure factory. over t5jjUt.r livered the responsibility; anil pi'e!,ts t0 made "that she will be the first la- year, if that; but cot am consent few of the congregation had at- Governor J. Proctor Knott. had been forced jaev8-'- 8 lias frightened tli" old I marry him. He i"fllio Govern- - dy of that laud in tho White that the Commonwealth is tended the lecture and they drew Lt. Governor J. S. Hindman. chronic seekers i'or such places. swin. comparison the Socretnry of Slate Jas. A. McKenzie-Assis- J TV 0 space to name all ariiclts, w Let the people call the one the.t in1 o hair, ai.d, tellifeis wife to riouse." publication has aroused dled out of largo sums yeatiM in many and manner between oraSec. of State II. M. McCany. ?fr- r.r ;...i w. of two The goods. JLi trouble t a dhorrc on out imiuu" DR. W. TC MORRIS- - andome and to show the corner of Temy, and tiiey will get him." Fayette Hewitt. the matter. In the first nficc, matter want State Auditor see, at great indignation in Buffalo, and the stationary houses tors. "Christianity" said Mr. Till dsertin, wont totlfWront: eratCourier. Treasurer James W. Tate. secsM to ftnd Moscow Avenue. East Ilickmr PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ey Indi- last night at ''The Winter Carni- ha e no fixed General prices and the drum- mage, "if thfc rising buu of out Attorney Land OfficeP- - W. Hardin. Besides this, friend Warren gave joined a tribe of Cfierofceo men trying Geo. M. Adams. UlICKUAX, an annual assemblage where mers that they send Registor i et ineru aie re he iiiarrijgfai squaw tn val," ui. KY.. out gougji to mine. Bach a M.atliuf4 rebuke to those Indian llf Sup. Pub. Instruction J. D. Pickelt. fashion andMii became a thousands of Buffalo's best peo imc nines; extent mat an uiQjrper-- by the smoke of their blasphemy, Ills professional nervier fo thi ORcm who had announced their willingl to turn thissun into darkness. But Stau Printer J. D. Woods. J,!irtl -- n;1 ple meet in costume- to oujoy winlie ciliiens of Hickman nnd viriniiy. Can iciiccm chtk wm siami, ness at this early date to serve chief. to was C?o sun day ter sports, n prominent society lagoing be found at Fortune's Drag Store. COURT OF APPEALS. they charge higher blithe what, the destruction of the desthe people in a legislative capaci-.)- , he was the dogs, wSu oi.e "l dy said to me: uNo attention me;. ii lo our planet, the told bills than they have agieejHto would 25cts Lower tlian the loTveat P. Joseph Lewi?, tuai those who were backward Texas and the of thtroublc5 tho Alamo would bo paid to this claim were They go to an easy going fdjlowl truction of Christianity would be Harris, Thomas Chief Justice; Thos. or battle, straight- it not that an article accompanyMines, and W. S. Pry i!id not desire to run tho risk of to tho woild ol'moials. Infidelity S?-B. P. O'DANIEL, M. D., I have no ctcrk exptns.s i.o stcre fcimt. ii Hu i iii i.vis ..! displeasing him. Only say the was described to hiiiiflHc a man ing the cut contains a contempti- uiwl irtll ;.;.. tUat ;r i. ...;n yruor 1 in our time is considered a great Judges. and my oh tin all my Grocf rif, zn& word, friend Warren, and they will ened himself up andtvas brave ble fling directed toward the sis- so many books they will frifjfisii jokc. HIS PR0PK3S10NAL SER therefore can sell as el.t'ap ns tl.t Veay CIY OFFICIALS. ii a iccuiru in mo urooa again, and Went foriljto his him all OFFERS to the citizens of Hickman and et. Best brands of 'ititnbe tr.c IeH ouie from their hiding places. Cleveland m own the stationary he need! for! Mayor John W. Cowgill. is corand distinguished career in Texas. ters of President-elec- t use iree, ami i nalyoitejlyn Theatre lastheSundaywhen we City Judge George Warren. Mat Flour, i5 cents chenj r ihaa tl tcv Paducah Standard. vicinity.' said Mrs. Koyt and Miss Elizabeth fellow to offer me a fine gohlSierf lectly reported, His wife, I am toUlffJOt her dit. Office JOh? wmijto. Corner room in Laclede House. City Marshal G. M. Wilburn. The Courier's criticism of ear vorce, but whethctij&ss carried B. Cleveland. The article in plain with men he is tor au order. I ordered himjutr compare ouraGod City Clerk It. E. Millet. ly candidates was made months her lover I know hoEtI al words sas that they would be un- but never IflTIU-l- lilt" pen. QW11 jnot much of God. He said that City Treasurer W. L. McCutchen. A.. A.. equal to tho Uisk of "shining in they have deed books for Coufmis fwhen Christ was here he was kind Marketmaster hjjo, and was intended for that and Express. & now that he is a City Tas Collector G. M. Wilburn. An old lady, novyresident of society" like Mrs. Thomas A. Hen- sioncrs' deeds, which are priiftedf and forgiing, but men into ev rlass of professional candidates PHYSICAN AfD SURKEON, Wbarfmostcr God. ho would send dricks, and that this important so that a clerk can, by hlhug-uni erlasting punishment, and that who attempt by. early announce this county, .Mrs. T$F Lauder- trust would probably be delegated Sexto- n- W.J. Webb. KENTUCKY low uiaitks, recori one in ajfow was doubtless the effects of an & Councilmen T. M. French, Jno. Wit- HICRMAN', , luents to forestall opposition and dale, a uiece of to Mrs. Hendricks because of her minntee. These of course 'cost ofiicer! Christ who came to bear ting, II. CVl Ueckman, E. Case, B. C. KENTUCKY STREET, in a sense, restrict tho free ex- of revolutionary faoc, was ac- superior knowledge and social dis- enormously high and thoiSyitd' B. Moore. VFFERS his Profoslonal Services tt T7"EEP8 constantly on hand fcm.k W"fc-'t.sorrows and our sins, mulign- - Raiaage, pression of public opinion as to quainted with Gen. Tension, and tinction. Friends of both Mrs. pays for what the elorkisalsjfaii4. ourmid mhdtMhVSrfbjctffrtrinTrrin' MI,,wcon5Tr'orrrcrAtsl and sala U the (ifizene of. Hjekman'oml vicinity Cd lloyt, aiHlMiss, Cleveland hero JanlC-'&noilSEB, BUGOIUS and RlCCr w, demanding the servicesiofAtuea janjintimatCtaeciuaiiiiaftce and as feel deeply the thrust directed to- to uo. mere is mucii room iyc - lb there such a tiling as blaspheCounty Judge H. S. Murrell. amg purchased ihe sttl.U, SC if he wishos clerk County Clork. W. P. Taylor. and enure outfit of W. U Plumut u nest men. xac otjuiizk nas an sociate of MysAfhMi, sf Santner ward the two ladies who have and I to swindledoubt that many my! If so, can the law be evcni have no we propose to centinue the bueitKeos and Sheritf W. A. Shuck. ques idea that candidates county, Tena., Ilouston's ?.rst wife. proven equal to every emergency yield to the temptation." Jirmiit t di Tin so c. L. E A IS7 D L E. sohcit pstronajjc Circuit Court Clerk T. M. French, - fami- that society could exact since their tions for oar lawyers and judges. lor representative positions ahonid Miss Alleu was of "a wealthAssessor Jas. Cooper. Clerk Bailey did not thixk that law and it can be County Attorney A. D. Kingman. be "called" by the people ; and ly, herself proud, hanghty and am- residence here. Mrs. lloyt is one his books cost over k'Jo a yeas', There is such a AT LAW ATTORNEY executed.' of he most charming ladies Jailer T. V.Wallace. when candidates announce ten bitious :n her girlhood days, but motes in the social sphere of that which would make the biok for Mr. Talmage then quoted from Gee Warren. Master Commissioner Lincoln county amount o $75 per County Surveyor Robert McConnel. TEE BARTER GROCERY. Kent and twelve months in advance, withal lady of rare culture, reShe has superior intellect- year, and that, consitering the liev. Dr.Speer, Collector, Real Estate SAgent Coroner Judge Coolcy and others authoribefore tho people have commenc- finement and delicacy of feeling. ual attainments, possesses a warm amount of business dme, is not R. J. L M0X7G0MKKY, annot Circuit J udpe James Campbell. of blaspheas Commonwealth's Attorney C. Thomas. to tut! friend" and the rnMic It ed to consider such an election, it Houston was almost the opposite and sympathetic nature, and has high. The next Legishi.nro should ties andto tho itnature be punished KY. my HICKMAN, how could bf n opuif.i a nVn and frtkh snj plj e personal characteristics of emleired herself to all who have change the law, however, so that under the common law. "Now I looks too much like an effort to in COUXTY COCItTN. bceu privileged with her society. Pamilt GkfiCKBic., T'mck can say iSr Will attend promptly to aU u. all kiiids of leu i.e lie lowrst He let the law against blasphemj manufacture public powerful build in mind and body, Miss Ilixabeth Cleveland is also a clerks disposed to bo honest forestalled iill tell s Fulton County Court R. S. Murrell, ne33 ealrusted t zv n Southmen him dy ai all liraea to be erased or let it be executed. jndge, held every 2d Monday in each Keniucij and Northwestern Groctr93 s. opinion to their own favor. There rough, rugged, uncouth, uncultur- lady vhose intellectua'ity and not so easily defraud the State. Trnncrr cihpIi titcb for I'liiter, Lpf, Chickeas.-- ' But I am asked. Don't you be- month. Specialattcnticn to are good men, from justifiable ed and nnrefiued.' It was utterly grace lender her fullv capable of my kind of markriing i.'.ul the fnrje Quarterly Court cm to nig lieve iu free speech! Yes, I be- - Fulton Counlyheld 4th Monday in R.S. tion o"f Lsad titles, giventhe the inveslipn 'rifnil may lirinp in. The highcM "n, i Change la Sucl deand pHrchapc Jan. Murrell, judpe, who become candidates impossible for two such opposite curr,iig out to the highest exI grounds, iT Trowlrim "Tnp.ro nifiv hin chancre of the lirt n ii itnsale of Real Estate. Tjanf gree ol perfection every social prici hIwmjp pail. and October. early, and if such thus win public temperaments to live happily to- action ;hat may be imposed upon social customs ot ;he hue House believe in irec speech, but not in uary, April, July J.M. iJON'TGOMERY & IKJCh MAGISTRATES COURTS. the treedom of blasphemy. lrec-dofavor, it's all right, but, as a rule, gether. Houston was a bachelor, her at mo White House. Tt was it the sisters of Me President-eU)e- t to do right, but no freedom men of real worth, modesty, and had just been elected Governor of about ie year ago that tho sis- assume charge, and whatever District Esq. Donabo, --M Saturday niGKMAN MARBLE WORKS undoubtedly vill to do wrong. It would have been in1st r occur March, June, September and Decern, proper respect for others, wait Tennessee, and his mends believ- ters aslumcd charge of the fcocial changes accowl with tho ' one of tho grandest dramas ever bcr. D. L. Nugent, 1st Saturday in obligations of tho Executive Man- be in HICKHAK, KY. until public opinion is somewhat ing that his rough, noble nature sion. :M these important duties r' natuml simplicity of Mr. enacted in Brooklyn theatre if last same months. improved by the com2d District F.sq. Nailor, 3rd Satarday shaped as to the ofiiec iu ques- would be of a good and pure have boon performed successfully Cleveland, hois rather arivoffee Sunday evening my friend Pat- Mirch, June, September and December, IBS panionship rES2Ta,2nrn.sa.a5S affectatfpu rick Campbell, Chief of Police, a Es-- Attebery 4th Monday in same month tion. woman, ovcrpcrsuaded him iuto and in jjscordance with the Dem- to unusualdisplay or life. 'lho ClicLiianao fr Christian man, had marched on 3J District Esq. UicKersonaa .ionuays marriage, and Miss Allen's friends ocratic simplicity of their brother, iu the soyfal customs of DEALER IS ISCOXSKSTEXT i'Vl'EH.3 .ISO EI appealed to the ambitious part of whose tastes were evidently con- motives of the claim made in the the stafre with :i platoon of police in March, June, September and December. months. i re::s. In the aiticle accompanying the cut of siucl, layinjc his hiuitl on tlie lectur- Esq. Jones, 4th Saturday in same1st Mon Italian s sidered and followed out. her nature, and against her , .tth District Esq and American 31 a rum By this time every newspaper Mrs. Hendricks are not exactly er's shoulder, hsul said: she accepted the oiler and last reception of President-elec- t day in March, June, Seplember and Deacin Kentucky has given its opinion hand of the young Governor. It Cleveland there were present Mrs. understood here, nor can it be "In the name of tlie common tin! tbi Esq. Biynes, 4th Tuesday in M0NDJIENT8, TOMB AND GUAV1 ot t lie last Legislature, tho most was understood at the time by her McElroy and Mrs. Haynesworth. curately surmised what prompted law; in the iiHine of the Stnte of cember. same months. general expression being that an associates and the circlo of her sisters of President Arthur, who the article to contain such insinua- New York and the city of Hrook-ly5th District Esq. Boai, 1st Wednesday a e? STONES, stop. Slop here gnd stop in March, June, September and December, entirely now set of men should acquaintances, that a youug Mr. were pronounced in their convic- tions that Mrs. lloyt and Miss J rW--. bo returned this year. A number Wm. Terry, a merchant of Galla- tions that both sisters of Mr. Cleveland would prove unequal now.' (Apphmso which fr. Tal- Esq. Fcrrell, 3rd Wednesday in same i Anjri fine lot of the sitting members have an- tin, Tenn., possessed her real Cleveland were fully capable to to the task of maintaining thecus- - mage rebuked. There will some months. Esq. Jones, 4lh WednesHAVING received aMurble, t ofam pre Oth District Italian TtJo ttae nounced themselves for assume charge of the White tomary distinction and dignity III time arise in this country a muni- day in March, June, September and De pared to'fill and rumor was current of - cipal authority which will arrest all orders. Call and esuinin Wednesday however, and in every case love, ar. mi engagement ; but, is House, and that they would quick- the White House. While uo , 2d ccmber. Esq. ur work? there is some newspaper to refer their r'.il facts, the world never ly become popular because of their nnirv will bfi made it is a mnttorf hlaRphemers. The carrion stench in same months. N, C. & 81. L. R'j Orders from the country promptly to the thej of infidelity will be fumigated. i. to the past ''excellent and faith- knew. Both the contracting par- natural abilities and kindly man- of Biirnrise and rejrret to imulig maj-- 1 that upon ful service" of tho aspirant. If friends of "both is ". !ii Hciul Vh oo;l JIcii. ties being highly honorablo and ners. Mrs. lloyt, who willa charm- the threshold of ladiesCleveland's Xepilcrt RoTorm. Mr. th.s thing continues much longer it conscientious, mutual confessions ing conversationalist, doubtFrom tli Herald EaterpriM.l will bo possible to prove by this occupancy of tho White House, Says tho Xelson County Record: W A "m" Oi T T ETl?1 The cry we everywhere hear for re ealed tha truth as to the causes less impart to the society of tho saino Kentucky press that the last that induced the marriage, and a White House that direct simplici- such baseless insinuations should Having fought tho good Jiht a better Legislature than thai ot pfillA DtlmbililliiB, Legislature was composed of "en- speedy separation ensned. Miss ty and gifted grace which will be made and sent out to tho press nrvntncf ItA litt it 'Ai i ;uo v mMimuftu nutitc) if let late years is i.o aiu cry. The in K . Ai ..!. relitirely honorable, capable and f the coaniO .ou?uuw.n liow tlie,intyof Kentucky to look alarm everywhere expresped at "never married tho Mr. Ter- place bar in the highest estimaFAS 223T.tBI.25 able men." Editorial criticism of Allen gentleman she was credit tion of all as a lady of superior and Call on naajTeSt Ticket Agsru .qj. ,leI. own ,household. To this tho financial roi.dition of our Com all'Bll""J .i.w...- ry, the Legislatures will be worth more ed with loving so dovotcdly; nor endowments. channels." end alio should monwealth is no unnecessary .Ai TViicu the writers learn to speak as UiWH'wsw It is too bad that Mrs. IIen4 Make a new coustitutieu. nlnrm. There has been no dofal- BOOT AND did Terry ever give her any atteu trtiiin plainly hi regard to the character . ChtiinaUJ& lirisKlnil-nJitopt.! :rtfWni1?ftrtpTWjWfa"tlbirtit'rt c. aim Uu Home. drieks, who is a The President Pa?s. Agi., 31U, Tc, ar her of a candidate in advance of elec- - lion, whatever, after Younjr Tar- A. bliufUug 1mvu the ncv--t Logis no uiitauhfulness on tuo pan 01 Rliy". North West cimier f Movant rftnroseutative " iryis described aa iifrvaiunawiy J oit oven this ooctTSnWom the cnge, and, 9 ini u Kafuro. our State officials. They ate men .tiui IVy AeitnM. Enjt lliuktitiiH, Ky., I JH O. P. h 7. A., N?lfillo. "SXwin fli'rnr;finn of Lnko Krio. stonninj' seie of the ir. uTi!. ami ViUf UVUIO IJ utAnwu ?. R.v-nno4 of undoubted integrity, but the iSaf a'iufctu:i guaranteed. handsome, une looking, weaitnv . i. villeSCoin ui crclal? rmiZ USLLSSft, T. Agt., tMkaiii.r.:.in..n;Ti....iT.. v. .uij; Refor.n the Board ofsystem. m B" " i11 a April. Equaliza- cannot legislate money into the Abol'hTi tho and well educated vo'en'7 fellow trains on ait roans, wiuio ot6eur The press of Kentucky, so far and though all dcvotiSS&to Miss i"S almost everything else on the a proper undertitaiuliiig among tion. treasury. Nor can they refuse to as we cau sec, arc speaking out a n i.nrnrniinrmnrrinZ.tn TTnnc. streets, does not eonceal tbe mi - usirii leuiaie u'muus Make each county jay for its payout money, if they hac it, President-gavwhen tltey are directed to pay ii own record books. plainly and independently as tc ton, to all appearancesfuever for--1 mense portraits of tho conapicu-ucve- e r Faidilcsy Legislators. elect which one sees in Make each county support its out by enactments of the Legisla her for that acU But be tho errors of pa6t Legislatures some years ous places thoughout Bnfl'alo. Tiom Cov.ntoB Coanonweahh J married, and pauper idiots. Hire. If we want our Statu to. and legislators. The drift of pub- afterward died from consumption. The people here seem universally the frauds practiced in keep out of debt and have a surAuditor D. Howard Ston "A OKET COMPANY lic sentiment in uumistakably in From the day of her betrothal to to have a high regard for tho plus in the treasury, we must send Smith, in a card, defends himself criminal prosecutions, Miss Allen's vhole na- - Mayor, Au old colored Imrber, against imputations upon his ac-- j Provide for the employment of a different class of men to Frankfavor of new men for RepresentaEfel has been tives and Senators, because the tare was changed. From a gav.i wl now holdinghere forty years, and tionassuch officer in regard ft the convicts in the penitentiary fort next winter to those we have (DAVIS" OLD STAND.) up the end chair excessive expenditures. A news- - and make them fash-- J is sending in years pa3t. That been proud past several Legislatures have ionableand haughty bellonil Memphis, Cairo, sociotv lady, sbelbecamca'at theManison House, of which, paper correspondent said of him: Establish the whipping post for is the long and short of it. Ul'kinds of failed to apply the remedies to quiet, demure, uww muaivcr, couswo ami peuy imevos "Up to that time (ISSO) Auditor Smith Louisville ULUMttt check tlie leakage to a fast deple- man, shunning society ami repuls All bJ UU1 1lllC:l. II) muue a leeuie euuri 10 siem iuu iiuu ana When these and other reforms STAPLE AND GROCERIES Prosecution. Crlmlnnl Stenraerg aro made, then win tne "uraim ting State treasury, but the press ing all its attentions and courte- Manager, tells mo that Buffalo gave it up." never hold any citizen in higher house, at hot JAM Ks W. G A F F, sies, possessing the Mr. Smith says : "A more un Old Commonwealth" take her A N T li A V ir, population of Ken- usually kept in a should be eqnally independent to lit laliO the CONS MILLER, of the best people of the State as esteem than Mr. Cleveland. On inst criticism on my ollicial coit-- l proper place in tho march of VIM SiilNELS was l,155,fc01, and the cost oia prices. tucky admit and proclaim the record of the pure minded and innocent all sides one hears the same sort GitAxiTc stau; duct could not have been uttered.'1 TEAS, of criminal prosecutions $110,787,-07- ; TAA'Cr CAU DIES, any individual member who honnnffirtiiiifxt.o fir- - oi taiK. i mention tue uaroer in lie refers to his official reports as , victim of was JIINCE-JIBJin 1870 tho population T, PI 11 Lib LEAVBSF.VERYSUNDAVandTnWBS-dny- particular, because I have always Auditor to vindicate estly labored to apply tlieso rem- cumstances. She romained a wid himself. In Losing Three Millions Ut a 1,321,011, and the costs of criminal fOUlld more KOllCral personal in- - his report OlUTi- and Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati 110U1NY, CRLA'JtEWVLlES, Silting. - w, v, Invftllof 1877 calls the attenV II flftnnn edies. Any member, however nxr A...W.. or twont.r " '" prosecutions $loG,4SS.7o; in 1SS0 with rUilrfmds and Sieamerp for as a pure, christian iormation among unroers tlian any tion of tho Legislature to tho Frem the San VraDcisco Call. was 1,045,000, and who overvoted to extend the con and honored t nil i". OI "UlVOrC- - nth An nlnti - "I'tift" aiumi muiu u frauds which are constantly being wii.- - the population 2T4 IBI "SJ 5J "Steve J. made tho largest &9 Eistsrs, Wsto &nd wntllflll. hilt tlie StlllEr "l"1 ""w?!k, stitutional term of the Legislature ed"ever wounding her soft aud'Icss interrogation points, and if perpetrated on tho Treasury in tho lllllgat one nokcr sitting that I tho prosecutions cost tho State Giving through tickets to nil points Ckt 6329,719.07; thus showing that will have a difficult job to adjust delicate nature, but finally mar- yon won't talk to them they are way of claims, and which cannot! saw on the Comstock: on which Toledo, IlulT.ilo, Richmond, o8eess Soups, &e. cngo, AVnihiDgtn City, l'hiir.dclphin Ker while population increased some Sejgar, York, ead sure to unbosom to you. occasion ho pocketed a good $10,- - 10 per cent, during the ten years of Gallatin ried a Dr. Douglass, be prevented without additional his Boston. East. Kitrtb and Weiern a noble hearted man who had been! Said a personal friend of Mr. legislation, and enforces his opin 000. Bill Gibson lost in two separatinglSGO from 1870 tho costs CsfWill not be undersold. Eggs, & Will pay full price for Uutter, find La Celle IJiver route safe, 0 Cleveland to me: "The President ion by qnoting from the report of nights at poker just $15.000 delightful and economical. Gen. TnoxASE.Mossis being specially kind and true to her and elect is tho man for tho hour. He of criminal prosecutions for crime the first night and 63,000 the Hates by this line cheaper than a the grand jury of the nearly 50 per cent. In urged to become a candidate her family. is honest; he is candid; he is just. Criminal Court, submittedKenton next. The work of those two other first class route. Meals and M'c' 4SB, at the from 18S0 the popuyears rooms free. Baggage checked tbrongii He knows politics and politicians to represent .McCracken County him a the ten nights, by the way, was 1,G4S,G99, whilo tho legislation. thoroughly, and he also knows February term, 1877, the conclu huge fortune. He hadcost got a lation for criminal prosecutions JOS? Passengers can rely on r. Fplrno' (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) Reform in just m the next Legislature. We don't sion of which is as follows: tri p by this line, as the steamers are a costs himself. Mr. Cleveland will There 'is a growing demand for. "Your fcrand jury would most respoot' sure pointer on Crown Point, were 6329,719,07; an increase in first class, having been eprcFely bc.J know that he could be induced to fully call the attention of your bonora which was then selling at $7 or $3 population of a little over 25 per in the legislation of Ken-- ' er around him the brightest for the accommodation of passengers. serve, but wo do know that his lects in America. this ble court to what consittere to bo a ZST Each stpampr carries a full string It is manifest that nearly absolutely free, To do did a he is grant outrage uponitthe State Treasury, fl.i and had started down town to cent, while the costs of criminal ability and experience as a legisla- all the ills under which the State man ever in give an order for as much as his It. W. LlGHTT.URMv, band. prosecutions exceeded over 200 of the Peace issue warGeneral Freight and Ticket Agent tor would be a credit not only to is suffering arc the result of reck-- , assume Presidentml honors under that many Justiceswhich, by the exercise of S 15,000 cash in hand would cover. per cent. rants for cases in. No. 7 Alonroc street, Memphis, Ten- " Ou his way he stepped into his uuomcuei. j.t nm uc mtj., JSIcUracken county but to the Iprr IfttriRlfltinii. nr what 18 npnrlv vitfi-O wujuiuji owiau oiiu JUUUCIlb IJU as well as his plcanro waiting house and found tho boys whole State, and that he is one of as bad, tho lack of proper legish give the country a Government warrants wouldI issue. A. Devotion for him to open a poker game. The W. Livezev, Foreman. tion. the most gallant of Kentuckians CONFECTIONERIES. points to such as is guaranteed by tho Conwas that he sat down to From LouUtHIb Commercial. result The Hickman Courier To this Auditor Siuuh added: and truest of friends, and the lat- some of the leaks of the Treasu- stitution, and which heretofore ''That eomctlnng should be done to play with them for a little while, who killed his William Adams, has been preached perhaps, raththese frauds h unquestionable, and it took a header in bad luck and sweetheart and committed suicide ter characteristics typify in him ry: ESTItATCn. Then, Mr. rcsta alone with your body, by additional dropped his cash, entirely forget- near Shelbvville Sunday", was bu 1. Unremnnorative employment er than practiced. tho perfect gentleman. Taken up, asap estray, by A. J. JVhippel, ting the pointer that had been ried near the city yesterday. A lining onemileSouth of Dyersburg of the con- Cleveland is a grateful man, and legislation, to prevent them." (or so far as may be practicable he Mr Smith not only vindicates given him. Crown Point went up strange story was related to a and three miles from Hickman, Ky , road PACKET COMPANY" one jinK last success ot the ever- - victs. (U1TIT3D STATES HAIL ) so that pibson, if he had Commercial reporter last night by Koan Cow,hix or seven years old, marked 2. Long and protracted, sessions will stand by those who have himself, but shows that tho wan- tt victorious Jfalidi is worth thou ot l8tood by him.. half crop in each ear, and apton waste of the people's money carried out his original intention, a rolativo of the deceased. Ad- with under &., the LeriBl,tnre,' JOHN A. SCUUDEU, President. is wholly duo to tho inaction of 'would have cleared anywhere be ams owned a pet dog which was praised at twenty dollars sands of soldiejs, toJiis cause, but 3. Costly contracts .for State JOHN P. KEISER, Superinlendent. 'nxcurslons tn Kiiropo. J. W. DICKINSON, J. P. F. C. "iSWM!S:x,ri-;L -- -" "; tween $3,000,000 and 81,000,000. THEO. O. ZEIGLER, Sec'y. and Treas. ii, muiinues " - Airicau printing. me an inseparable compauion in his jx numoer ot attractive exenr- - tho Legislature. It will bo noticed that this leak-4. Costly expendituresfor mili- tlirx nrkintiirr ciirtttir moody wanderings. After his re hordes with hope and enthusiasm, (iurin 0 V..VI UUIUIUj, j...p in tho S been LINE boai mains had been taken to his home 5 alu summer aro announced bv for at Treasury has years. going on ' it will certainly have no effect in tiao.tuspiays. A IiUCHH Statural. R" om ASt. Louis to Memphis,of and least eight During lixpenuitures tor record books Messrs. Thos. Cook & Son, the dog stationed himself close tn weekly hue from St. Louis to VickaL. "Water Valley (Grives coun-ty- ) the the body of his dead mas-to- r 4the way of intimidating-- the Brit for County Courts, &c. j well known tourists agents of all this time the proper officers of burg. correspondent of the Mayfield besido refnBedto be driven away. DEALEIt IS G. Expenditures for ish Government or people. It on sal- Now York and London, which aro the State and tho newspapers ami GOING SOUTH. have repeatedly called the atten- Monitor, gives the following ac- Just before the funeral services Memphis boats pass Hiokmnn TcescWiy means mat it will cost more aries for Circuit Judges?? iy arranged on the most popular tion of the Legislature to nacount of a strange freak of 7- - Perhaps excessivefapproprf-ations wore performed the dog was lockblood and treasure to put down Family Groceries; uigbts, Thursday nights and Satnrdaj scale of prices. Full programme frauds on the Treasury; these ture near that place: nights. Vlcksburg boats, Sunday, but, for asylums, which should of these trips, with maps showing ed np in a barn. After the interthe rebellion. Wednesdays and Fridays. i strange to say, that body Jias nev "A ewe, belonging to 3Ir. Sliel-b'- ment a brother of Adams wont to for", but unbe liberally provided AXD ALSO. the routes lolloweu, are to be GOING NORTH. step to I Kirbv. one and a half miles tho barn to release the dog, but necessary exponditnresWuardcd found in their .monthly paper, er taken a Memphis boats pss Hickman The deadlock in the Illinois against. of this place, gave birth found he had burrowed a hole un- - Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and all;kind nights, Friday nights and SundayTneadt? northwest night?. Cookrs Excursionist, published ai arrest tho plundering:. '35 toltwins on the night ot tho ll'tu dor tho walls of the bmldm and of l'ishing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar- Vickshurg boats Mondays, Wednesdayc, Legislature over the fight for Sen 8. Appropriations for building 2G1 Broadway, Xew York, which xtnn,inff rn. gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen- and Saturdays. iri. ator continues. Wednesday the monuments to distinffiiishcd dead. they announce will be sent by ;j;;" "wioscancd As the animal could not erally ?l: K- - of H. Trouble. Memphis boats Steamers City of HelThe Courier omits Vhreo big mail to any one interested on apfound anywhere abort the Democrats refused to vote, sov ena, Ste. Genivieve and John B. Maude. Tho Knights of Honor fund oZomcTwTssaUnrter.withibe to thonew-wi- e Yicksburg boats Steamers City c eral being absent. 2To ballot was leaks: The unreasonable expend- plication. muddle at Louisville grows more following characteristics or; Place, a visit was made was found . in criminal prosecutions; itures Providence, Belle of Memphis, Gold Das!; made grave, where it nni.p,i into confusion worse confounded. ?Hn,inf Vh? expected many representa tho excessive claims Vanillic in West Virginia. mt it had dug a shallow hole bo-- l BOOTS AND SHOES. City of Cairo, City of Greenville sett for keeping annendages of S Treasurer Breckenridge has askCity of Vicksburc. tives having left Springfield for pauper idiots, and tho cost to the down An Wheeling, W. Y., Feb. 23. ed Jndgo Simrall to be allowed are hap-- ! de the graveand laid arOUSO tlrC to ,1W their homes. Tho contest promi people of local or private legisla- There have been reports for some pay 11.000 E. GLAZXEE. Its boilv effort WilS ,Uad0 t0 into the hands of a retion. Go vigton Commonwealth. timo past of great distress in ses no early settlement. ceiver of the counties of Lewis, is opposedhis conrt. The request lias "he len1- Keeps in slock Ihe yery Best Material, Xevcr Give Up. cloven foot of tlio sheep. "tone ' Braxton, Calhoun and Gilmer, in the gronnd by tho grand lodge on and keeps only the best workmen. Work TnE Legislatnro of Oregon adAdvantage AfBclBgr a Twin. If you aro Buffering with low and it that it is only a ruse Its caudal appendages is iiko tiiati Queen Victoria continues m very gnaranteea. Repairing solicited this Stato. The distress has been by Breckenridge to escape bein"- 6f a pressed Fplrits, loss of appetite, general da journed without having elected a Frora ths Chicago Tribune.l iiiinnv. Its legs are iiko' poor health and it fs not improbabeing ruined last bility, distrdered blood, weak constitution, It is said that Congressman caused by cropsdrought, mule. Its "lur wliicii ble U. S. Senator. Tho Bopublieans, Phil Thompson, ACCOU!TS ALUWEUr headache, or any diseavj of a bilious naand the brought betoro Judge Baxter, of those of a summer by the that her long reign is drawing is ture, by all means procure a bottle of Electhough in the majority, were una ting Attorney inwhen anrosecu- unusual severity of the present the United States court, whose is silken fineness and short, of to a close. FOB SAXiE, Kentucky once on the sides, and recent partial decision at Cincin tric Bitter. You will be surprised to m' Whole neighborhoods of ble to agree on a suitable man and asked his twin, brother to trv a winter. the rapid improvement that will follow j nati in the same matter practical- a black color on the other parts of you will be Inspired with new life; strength Fair TVarBlBg-the Democrats would not join any case for him. He did soand thc people not to speak of live stock ly disposes of all his chances for the body. The color makand activity will return: txiin and misrr Parties indebted to us, must fettle ai court did not know the difference. have actually famished for want success in the snite. The grand ings are those of the acres onjDyersbnrg road, 5 J milea iMstkm to break the deadlock. will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice once, or Ibe claims will be put in officers of proper food. 181 Irom niwu". V, miureM.trnn in tho praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at Jersey lamb at birth. hands for collection. lodge also claims that the treasurit Tr-- i. "IIUA, fifU'CanLia hcHa at Mnnro & LandrumV Jk Ckjaes three for a dirrc, at J. W. CORJIAN, & CO. er owes it over $150,000 deposited Tbcothcr twin is a perfectly York BuokwheatFlonrlfl Nw Try Spencer 's Paddle Bluinp.'at I) &T. JLons.Mo oare SamijC. lura MOORE fcLANDRUM'S. Drug Stow 4L and is alive." with him. J. WvRbonas'. J. WUtoaEKeV auadfard I ntrrior US. 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