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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY : Office-Jack- son Street, next-doo- r to City Hall, HICKMAN f COURIER -v-vr- '' - l&fegr -- Fine job Printing EXECUTED With flatness and 'Dis'patch. BTELOPBS, LBITER-HBAD8, BILLS, GEORGE WARREN, Editor "PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.30. A ESTABLISHED '. . -- : - iSfift . CARBONIFEROUS CONCEIT. - -? Pr-i rnimr xTrrV x u.uw WUKH, v.T7z5T KKNTUCKififlJRTDA ;..w v,;. a . - ,7,7; -- pnS-robL-,1 UncJc, mi- love, m the a?ons ot time. cliolar.wlo was ren-polit- e in inasin-- f Tma of nstrosomv and phj5jCaiogniphv mil do much to fcuwriedo AN AUSTRIAN TIow a sjn ... INVITATIONS, V , MA17HWi j. iaqr i....ji luuu. , v.-- i . vai u . i. vv..vnl r , , i ETC.. ETO, OA.ZU .T . v .- iHh , thoo well, Tl'n,nainc 'lotion I mayaglow. ask--i have s'l- - your cheeks we were sauriuns and basked in tha c.vjhlne of Ions ago. Porehaneo 1 loveU ffff"0 rJ Sn??',Sn Jfu ll "A nw K"anl aj?U'Ht ' """.v :a" r,,raPS an-- w,,fchl5 covered tho whole face of vas iialurrtdih a mantle of siukter inllu- iH i An i- SPECULATOR. ladling miiiri.r IMummI It Ijtml Ovviirr. I s Slorle, Told of etos oi ins hnme nr tho the next iopular cnic Sginrti-ficia- l tit n. .itU, nf ritn nmmin o.... . hill- - are leing hf- - B. f. fairy, ij Washington National Him. iJiMtohimx. ones do not exist, ami sqmei.Mfcyision tho were reduced to Hint alnrni&.r . to for a glacial -- urfai h I ct.lJi. ol m.1.5. I. .. ..!.. Unfortunately, Umyoung man comOf the burning words I toM iih.ii .i ii.ui' "ieu iiuu ui JHE TRAIN FEVER. tf la.au !W"tI tallltIaM.'U btfWfortiniino-- . Jo you when the world was In Its youth. 5 yellow -- kin, and drfrdu! through the menced sowing 'Swild oats, found his sunny days of old. v It b-- a wiW. whirling Uie dogs tail wa demanded to mitto i An Kuiw HnmorNt nueu-- pa ivruiinr salary insuffieferi&to support his ex- take hold firmer and hofliiiiSonger, tea neces-a- n DNtiise. was nisht at last, rC SUMnJ'y for their recovery. travagance. amlKreouenth atwtrtml t jicrhaps, than the iiIlt'ifei-IT..VJifonner. "elves were cla : is tnoWtlip diseases of modern life, Their belief in tirits - notoriuk shade of a vanished na- -t small mounts f0m the railwuv thns de9crild. tu. $K0siOur joy was swept awa. and haunted hou-e- s are frequent. Elvk, and oiJI which J)r. lliehard-ioha at (hjSuiiSuit of pany's funds to ieet tho deficiency. "Imagiue your-el- f isiries urownie. imp, and other -- ujih--( hiHierto 'paid hardly any attention, is The-- e a slope mix huudred fc and amounts Jradually intrea-e- il in -- aid to abound. Thfey natural beings are Tho sharp, cold wind s ldowlnsr. the tVain fever, an et at an angle of malady ual'ou. .SrAov Journal. -, siae until the yoiiig man, realizing the iLnvuig the fallen snow beliee in planchette, i which, it falL- - "ij""pti2iuibt-mare, long if it N not altogether under iBJ'PSMki1. fflowm , alcheim, Albuquerque. New .Mexico, has an he wasfin, made one grand dhination of a. duling whit", jggfjjh li'jjgflgrain Indian -- choof thoroughly organised, Lrinfl- - tinfl li Kimti. ....., wj ..UUUW ,1:.. -. !.. !...A...-.- inininjj the British helns haul and left forarf- unkni vn. His Dairymun. M lljJllililjn, of thc -- now -- ciuiilhdjullkdia-liMiinl. , Me . ' with elaborate teaching One of the mo-- t cce-sful of apinnev-- and .rirrtli. Jj,l"a-- i e Jiie more mi?erat'ie to "(frrrTT"'" departure led Vou str.iighteijirgbfeau's iTttirvuicn keep-on- e hundred cows head, aud a our ladv cooipiWuon.litovvs the alioriginori useful trades as well as i jr"c.W'.' i jM'culatir ; " b" i'.""--CaiUjaliHif educating them. pound of ha. He herself in the ure Jiung ofirnhtfaoao ward liiiiVfli: raise 1, ytjRiew? , bow. A pa-t, in a Massachusetts village IWJb55r3HWB.15 Fvj'IF 'fM IMilli " :uui ea- -i Mvorus arenungiu- - 'j,e uiajoritx ufier from it in one way y. around iitithsLfYSfim snil ha- - the eccentric custom ,,,rht .o ?rh.l:Fcm us in is thc anP. Jovo, of presenting nf . vonr; Mue ineir ocu cunain as protection af da? of old. pam JL ,a, and ordered that nirariiiiumic And though ajres ba held the truth, everj- - bv aninto his congregation or til winter, when it is removed to the eve- - and t,i e against nocturnal spirit-- . Their roads or another, frequently without their love. on ti,v,?5a5oia--Sollh ial to v earch for the ab-- a That once to the trees we told. wkh a rattle. Tneconr-ofS'th- e iillpt" barn. He get- - seven ton- - of thi- - dry lie'iind hei on one hip if This fever seizes some are alwas crooked and abound in knowledge. nt clerk fo , vli1, with three year- - shows tho purchase of twen-tvlito the acre, and claim- - it is fie other foot fodder -people every day as soon as their ee- nil," itliprualll .wim.tj ij u 115 Li Lciih? stP'vklngnde In icy pride; trailing 1 a mliVi. "Follow him," aid Mr. Merrill, -- to worth as much as the bc-- of hay. not tlu wind and snow; rattles only. Boston Journal. of -- pirit--, t which delight in broad, are opened. though mv cpcr'c:ic; tei-h- chave to bo at thc mto uariing, again 1 am at your side. China if nece ary. auditing him back. Tho l'nite-- Presbyterian' 's aflirnia-ti- v A great deal of butter - injured in prefer a -- quare -- eat, with straight ways. The hou-e- - on a street station at 9u9. say, and life in the sunshine ot long ago. Keep thi- - matter quie and spar no the i.m - m a e answer to the question: "Can a perTtujmas P. Omant, In llarpcr't Itazar. arc never built in a line, but prc-oqualitv from a torment till they get there. zvmotie neghborhoojl of the narward son live Every eM'iie in bringing thX voung man the barnbefore the milkpoorbrought w the the ne.rof and dh a Christian without zigzag appearance, as some project and movement is checked off bv or table. If butter huttoiis Angi'lina's eacqJe, on haud back to this V tho watch; other arc set in. This is to check the if the victim is or dairymaid is not trailing on each sde.hr who. resure knowing it?" suggests to the Cftwtian the The few otlier rather late in having, knew of CHINESE FOLK LOHE. Uegitfer progress of the spirit. If cow-ar- e (a mall section of a broom-tic- k he has to make up time over his - to V? son live anoUier question: "Can a perthe embezzlemeHt were enjoined to strict the one to hold resjMMi-ibland die a Christian without well bedded, and the milker Uses due emu iiwiulu I in i l.W .:....- .1A. u inner nouses are avoided because, and should there lie a debit secrety. and Yen' few e eft learntl of care, there will be much fewer comsomebody else knowing it?'.' frail vessel is guided. affords uch facility for balance at tiic hour of breakfast, it has Firm Belief of the Celestials In thoir the facts. Anyjnqiiiry whieli might be The Presbyterian Chu.'ch in Saleu witter. Khin tho evil spirits to .weep around tliem. tojic liquidated over the coffee. "All being m readiness vou gentlv made regarding the vounir man's ab- - plaint.- of Signs and Portents. Arti'vcatt. A sharp roof indicates that onlv a bar-- enso wa- push v our tolwgH to Uie edge of the Ore, within the past four months has Then comes tho race for the train; met bj the repli that he was The careful dairyman will deterber shop will prosper oppo-itand received an j ne -- lender wood creaks, become The en- there arc so many minutes allowed, caltaking his sumwer vacation, but jiht mine beyond doubt whether hi cows ruaUca and bend-- : from a level Uie sled accession of thirty to its- membership, read r Unlucky Word- - and Charms trance to a hou-- e is never direct. A culated to such a iiiectv that if the where was not 5nown. screen in front nece itating a turn to patient hears the whistle of tho apAuiulrts .llany or Snrr- In the meantlne a diligent hunt for are ielding a profitable amount of milk: assume- - an almost perpendicular po- - sixteen of the-- c on confession of faith. the right or left, and tho arrangement proaching train before he gets to the Robinson Crusoe has been translated titlons IJolicS ami lractic- the young mauiwas in progress. He if not, he weeds them tmt. Many a K;on, ami t ne netuor world seems to . -of tho open court with its ilowers grocer's shop, or the elm tree in tho llclatoil The Wind and was traced to Detroit, and from thero careless man never knows, ocins hardly ri-- e up and smite you is the face. iuto Lan'nforoung students and stands, -- hows a circuitous path to fene, or being to render the study of Latin through Canada, to tha Atlantic coat, to care, whether some of hi- - cows Nothing iu the unirerio re nibb-- s this Water Dogma. other noted on thc inner apartment-- . Manv accounts chart, he knows he rnu- -t mark for his swoop. So low - thc &11 attractive Boys and girls who, in these where he -- aifedfor Europi ju-- t twelve are. profitable to keep or not. la fir- -t it. run however, lies of supernatural nppearauces im met And very often ho has to run. for somethyt go to school, should congratulate tremendhours in ad van.' of the special acent's thi-- unprolitablene-- s the profitableness atxl so light its fabric Hai Chinc-- c folk lore presents a or of the ous the unjtetus iasLtUv st'aim d, that themselves that they were not school-malesubject with, nich as tho -- torv of the .Spirit of ime- it - h wet morniiiir. ami he can arrival. Authcrities on the other side Xow is a good time to get rid of the impre ion is oWof dttiiig still Wh rich and varied. Jlueh of it is rho Mi- -t the fairy who visited the Em- not lay hi hand on his umbrella; or hi of their parents. Current of the Atlnuti were cabled, and the the inferior one. It certainly will not while Ihe uuiver--e files up n- vou. The wife ha- - some very important com-m- i. The slat'stics of the salaries paid connected with idolatry, but in every peror Lung, and in reply to his lonng man's nrest milered. This was pay to feed them through the long win- -- harp edge- - of the vtraining-li- o ird cut Congregatknial ministers in Connecti-- uece ion to give him. aud can not fully KAoinpli-lns- l. district are found legends and tradi- whence he came, "said" "I" live on the the clerk -- un rainbow- - of -- now that hts at vou. and cut show that of the 298 churches onlv terrace of the in the enchanted was returneil America ami trans ter liefore us ExrkUHge. - hurried so," them "if he tions peculiar to the place, with ImbiLs mountain. In Of thc e of oat meal for cows, cover v our beard with chilh d amonil-an- d fifty jay $2,0") a year or more, and 128 thc morning I am a cloud, but will not let him go till she does: or ferred to thecitefcMh of the railway com- and corresponding. They have in thc evening a shower of rain." Angelina's hair witli pr'cele pay less than $I,0n. The average fdr perhaps he mii-- t go lwck ever so many hunt for another lumber yard. Suitable pair's agent. ,To that ofticial a full iays a dairy writer, mention - not often great dread of unlucky jyonL--, and on Ancestral worship uniror-all- v earee. A confession was auwie. ami. finding him- made in this country, but when sHkeu jewels: from either side the grinding the whole is about $l,O00. Thc prac- yard- - to ki-- s the babv. who will crv all racaut lots were extremely certain days can not be induced to pro- ticed by the Chinese U That it is crv -- tal- flv behind you like spark- - from for all except the fifty is con day it it is done out of this mark of land agent, however, who had heard that self completely 4 the company s power, of it is always with" prai-e- . the lumber dealer wa looking for a lot, the young man 'laimlvcontemnlated his Iietter than com meal there can lie no a grind-tonYou liave hardh nounce the wotxl for "monkey," and nected with geomaney or "earth livina-tionabout $Sr. The lowest salary is about So by tlie time he ha- - reached v our heart ' ' ' ' again w hen von arc $1C0 and the highe-- t $6,0n. otherwise known a.-- "FungShui," the static" the lever has done its fell offered him oucfor-i- x hundred thousand fate, expecting tothing less than a Stati doubt: it is richei in both albuminoids are careful to avoid all direct 'mention mark-- , but only gave him the refusal of prison senteneej and fat, and tlic usefulae-- s of the two at th foot of the slope, ami w ith the tho "wind and water" doctrine, one of work for the day, ha up-It is somewhat startling to 'flic his nerves of death. The will sa a man "has it for lnaind of a nutriments, and hour- -, lie said he dige-tiothe mo-- t nfailtli -- WJi'Jil nf ilnlii.LrvK and aud set him gasping could twenty-fou- r lie was quiet iMnen neiore .ur. .Mer for making milk, - -- howii the former, -- teel. thc -- led, -- hark touehul with the reader of the Sehot! Journal, devoted ascd from.the boilv, or "has; jassed that ?ver gained jirevalence among men. and his get that amount uaom another rill, who. io hi omplete surprise, ap trfldng Uie level, -- priugs to sehool education, t ) find in its colnot only by panting all the way up town. To Jiuui uie worm or "ha. gone to ti - oeiieved that tiicr i a -- ubtle, in- be -- ure, lie catch- - hi-- , train. Of eour-- e party. In hi- - anxiety to sell the place proached him pleasantly, took hint the result-- of numerou- - careful experi- a doX"i feet into the air and landing on umns this paragraph- - "What has th.- level onward vvith made Thomas Alva Edison what he is heaven," but dislike to -- ay plainly he -- tangible -- omething. vagiwh character-ie- d ho might have caught his truin quite to Kutller for a million and a quarter, warmlv bv the ml, and said: "Well, ments but by the acknowledged the lumber merchant pakl down six back again I arcelv le- -. ning of oilcake meal. Where thi- - meal ml till at la!t it the greatest living as "wind and water, that has a oa.-iif he had got up in good time Sorry ou staid --o is cai. xiie uroner word ffir "iiiiii" ; American inventor? d nurtv than a awlc aw..v from the Not the education of the school-- , fofiie freeh then- - would 1 use ,UOs powerful mtluence upon the for- - and thought nol hing about it; but the hundred tltoitsand franc- - to the agent. long, as we n Mudiou-l- v avoid..,! vou. Had a good h... -- .,..i Next day KutMer notified the lumber time, though, IBwiie. Now, hill wheiiee you --tarfcd, and wi.ere nw ha?. Huh: not for oat meal: but under -- ome circum"I"""."" tune-an- d de?Uiiias of men. What tho fever will not allow a man to do that. G inlcrited wealth, for he. lmir.1 " ,. t over Uie fifty your desk is ju&as vou left it. No one stances it might be advantageon-I- v sub- the gn n pnclook'fce-crnld- n " ")!l-- v bushes. wa- thi- - ociiilt Seie,,ce me it It is astonisKiii how men will go on dealer that he would hta:: not friends for he had thou-an- d look in a am foracoflm -- hop m jilam ha- - been impo-Mhit stituted for the bran iu the favorite fixt- In a m nur y hi have gone a "mile and a- - few as tno- -l as he was unable has disturbed a paper, to determine. lt (Un after day, yiiar after vear, rejieat-in-g to raise the million and a tpiartcr, the to work at oaee. Here,and joii can gel ure for cows of Indian meal ami bran. a quarter, and realtoed the d.zzy duDge eni i n in King onjoor boy: luit persistwords but places for thc manufacture i largely depeml- - upon its intan-o- f this --ad the-- e look over They oan no what he saw around ! jtfWNt.u and i'u the hand-- , To show 1hw cold 'weather affects of a ir'htmare ewl the long, misup-)Hrt- hiui.' "long life board-- " are numerou-- . wore shake oft" tl fever by taking time purchase money for his lot. account, ami sethat thev are proper of van iu nuoiiier para- I, breathless swoop of the egk'. With the aid of a skillful aent. the cheeked.' cows an intelligent dairy farmer mentThe words "hung-ilian-u hy the forelock than they can ny. It graph: "Befer by far the uneducated fie Hler- - ""'" P,a.vio "l'-mean lklru t Frv 1'rest. peculator hail Mild to th hnnber mer ion- a ca-- e where a herd of cow-- , whk-The young man. dumbfounded "einntv h:iniliil." lnif.li.iii.i....- - , fear-- , of the tximle. and f:tarKntin- would be amu-iuroughne-- s of Lincoln thin the educated . , were il not grievous v v... ....., uu, thou-an- d for marks reception, as in fact was the at the had lieen -- implied from troughs of the 'conjunction of certain to stand on in calling to eiaptine-- g of'ihe dude.' a suburban -- tatiou and chantohI six hundred to open the wav ,,ie jiecinJ The School worth lour hundred thousand agenc, wir-invariably -- ay -- kathnu," "lucky '"tTialinllueueesiipoiioutw; LAWYERS. Jonrmtl pears.to b with t mio lears, and could nftt and pijie- - in the tall-, were, on account events watch the race- in for the morning train. a lot -, thereby profiting,, after markpaying fully realize the- - ituatiou. until Mr. of an band," because the orlnr in thc pipes, obliged ...irr, thi- - -- tem of sreomaiicr h:t-- become & Up come the feer -- tricken. with thi' results of pre-et- u s educational A I'oir ttemiirkt About Mis '.Init 'jVusteil the fifty thou-an- d marks, a cool l.VUMH Merrill again broke in with: "Come, to lie turned out twice a dav, while lbs i"i exactly the -- ame in sound countenances, --ome running out- methods. Current. a oke a "mur- - ,n'"f lMiwer, and hikI f Wen. i.eror's hand." IJais ar considered of ,uo"t rallinir boudaire uinui th.'.i..- - rjghtj some, who-- e dignity will not al- marks. what are you doing there? Get into weather wa- - cold, to lie watered iu the The lumber merchant- - ha. now two that chair a- quick as you can They are the men who make conrnens oiijajipincs-- , becau-- e thc name pie. Iliey na- - a oc:at..Hl it with low tjicin to run. walking double pace PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. ami yard. Thc quamin of milk Jots on hi baud- -, aud is al-- o in decrea-ii- l, , 5liniraPm'imtmlUoiheivr.lIf, fefjl,M1rv and iu Three dav- - Ihe falling tract- an unmake them who gives adcheck tlhMe .account. "And. in tho rttklJTet teeth and firmly clenched ititi- the tv Women are the hardest conuniMHisHlerable experience. Ex- amllwgs; all hurrrlHfe ami fli- - SW jimess. lheir dread of uilluckv words arc intorwovciranil WnimriVTif foTm tlic mv. I don'.t want to ever hear a "word off became very considerable. After vice ami - 'II couit-e- l; who make moncy &- drum- ever given to man, and yet man Uie pipe were mended, and the mg tack lialf cxeaustod when the' is sometimes utilized. A certain fam- -- trongest lmrrier to progress sud yG&r)teg&8n not of trouble and make trouhleTout of never vvlHHrlWI'yfTawfnrn. in ily were, greatly annoyed bv crowds of of every kind. In explanareaekjheir carriage. senis to lie willing, to irive. them which you pSbaps know of." X.T411. s. n. iTPrr flow of milk returneil. Cow'- - vylifeti Chinese men who would gather on an tion of its principle- - the "fun"" wind SOME SNOV, IMfcver, a- - it affeit some Indie- -, The yoiin4iaaii did go to work, beTTYiTiiTa ufiin - S(i.'J...JrLi',.a.,t. j. iw i;iMir siinitni nivis intvn is -- aid to be the cold air wjik-i- i elevated platform overlooking their giving milk are more is raptty too avvlnl to dwell the ute the iu legally: who lfreTiy Icwurag to gan a new 1?, attended to hi, duties uikhi. broken the owl ets lauJadies to whom railroad traveling The llcitc M Indicium! liy hh lHtelKMt as hf never hail before, advanced him- cohl than --when thev are . drv, and .. money and often subsist on borrowed example,out a ram. family shoulda vrond Kemoiistniiiee from the earth, and it is in all ca-- e, det and every Koilrnad ICrli.vc h IllMcdtH) self iu rank as a railway have posure to evere cold interfere.- - with tho capital: who hear aad conceal marriage as tiscle . So one of the cnfleiiuut sirable that there be no hollow or dc- - wa- - a youthful wonder, arc impelled to employe, made TralH. xrerct- -, and later drag out faded love one. It kcp; its eyes open and its near a rae le- -t thi- - evil wind go to tlto -- tatkm to make bethought liim-e- lf good to the'coinpany the amount he secretion of milk. Ftrm ami of this mouth shot. Ch'mnje Journal. "This littk'siiow snap doesn' t amount bad stolen, and several ears Inter left d and up an unluckv word in a ' Wow mto 5t "mI the collin nr the a to the times of starting. The letters in bitter divorces: who are -- "Yes, my bo..." said an old -. FARROW COWS. to am thing." remarkeil ait old railroad the company with as good a letter of day before thc intended journey is genplace on the Vide Of his ooiicpleased and bv the to hi-who was going out Jiou-- c where it wa- Tfie ''Slmi Wrtir" imriiiiic tv tl.., erally dedicated ro this preliminary' sat- - mau. "If you want to -- ec snow that's recommetidafltm as any man ever re- Tlii'lVcxation fif Trjliiz; lo liitngo Thoir Hit often go out of oouct brandedluev. . ..... to meet their i hianil do battle with the world: "be as wise to as eyes, the effect was magical. The eonliguaration of the earth," which i, ; 'awio of the fever. But there - no snow, just go out to the Sierra Nvada-o- n ceived. He occujmo- - m promidispraised by the skltt' defeated aud. a serpent I'risini to Ituttrr. ami as harmless as a dove; men to the jwticnU or to their to be cau-e- d immediately and no suppo-o- d with one of the leading by Uie dragon lW-UiUicThis - the season that brings numer- with one skle always tins luM?r, and Iht it ou forget an the Central Pacific. If a train gets nent part of this adwho-- o "in the railvv ays of the untrv, and for it thanks ous question- further anno ance occurred. shape Is uiietcn 'j0iI'i)ld- - for hours before the time concerning the vexation generalh bo'.h. what wonder thit the vice do not forget that part about bcin;' The arc firm believer- - in signs and line of ruts along the horixon. The ,J'wk 'Hie fever alwa inipeh, Uieni to stuck in a drift here for half an hour his dd einpfrner, S. S. Merrill. slurs of character fall to Ute current lot a-- wi-- e as a erpent." Courier. portents A comet presages war, ami homcof Manager Merrill's regard for faithful of trying to change the cream of farrow of a lawv it! is in the water, in Mno statfou a full half" hour before it - people think it an awful thing, but I re, (o butter. Some have the -- ingle "The man that I mnrrv,'- - sa'd member once whore a whole train was employes - well illustrated in the fol cows as strife is always going on in -- omc whoe winding eour-- e he delight-- . nocossiin-and --oinelime-, actuate-the"Without thc smiles of thtf mcrchaut'-cii-tomer- -. hu'id-onirich, brave, to hook their umbrellas into buried in the snow for a week. Ait ava- lowing incident: A colored lwy, who .arrow cow taking a week to get cream part of the broad umpire thev alwavs Tracing the water to its source we come lie meets thc frowns of busi- Clara, "must be "But how ee this sign fulfilled. Eclipses are to the meeting place of the dragon- - -- portor.? ncckclothe-- , or to ei.e guards lanche came down tho had some time prevkm served as a por- enough to churn, ami, as one -- ays. tak- ness men in trub!e FurtJunen ?r? to clever and mountain side ter on Mr. Merrill's private car. and cau-e- d wilIou discover that ho jiosaus-c- s a'l by a dragon devouring the -- un the fountain-hea- d an if they were recogof the influences that ing another week to churn it: others lie shv ed or Io.--t. He miMtwin the vic- tho-- e aud buried 'em under same hundred feet who hail rendered eveellent ervk'c in qudit'e-?- " "I can sea for myself nizing in them Iong-Ioor moon, and gong- - are beaten furiou-I- v control human ; hence over the have to make this attempt to find butter tory or ear the blame, forever. The son. Upon of that capacity, was accidentally killed. every two or three davs, and their afflic- lawyer is ke thc bifldeif wko kuow-tha- t, if he is hand some and can easily asser-tai- u to drive him awa. The breaking of a gates of many village- - may be ?ee:i the othor Iadie- -, however, the train fever of snow. There wa'n't much if he is rich. 1 dont so much mind mirror indicates separation from one's effect. It fills them digging for 'em, 'cau-- e the now would Uihm! learning of the accident Mr. Mertions are beyond endurance. be it ever so perfect, the elaborate "meeting of drago- has an opiio-it- o about the others Boeord. Tife, and the destruction of an oil jar n-," hou-- e he ha5 liui-h- 'd pile in as fa-- t as it could be dug out. rill immediately gave order- - that every Now, there - an easy -- ite of with a dull despair. indicating the propitious They know that from all cajr never quite they have always missed Uie train thev But the passengers weiv starvinv "What name does your husband portends even wor-- e evil-- -. Before sit- the town. The dragon is necessary arrangement for the funeral these trials with farrow cows. Heat the sift the proprie'or. t0 ting down they always 'fan the -- eat in He ha.--, power to give He carrie the double bur Ion lor lf call you bv?" sa'd a bride to a friend to tiie have fixed upon, and always will. If death and -- omething had to be done. service and burial of the young man be milk, before setting, to 130 to HO detho train they want to go bv starts at The relief party got a surveyor to locate made his own pur-- e contributing to that grees (Fahrenheit.) the belief that if yoifsit down while it is land, to briug glory to the Kini: and :d client; is iuvit?d lo win what others who had been married several year; This will cause still warm ou will fall out with the honor to the -- age, and - the symbol of nine and the next at 10:80, still pursued the train, as nearly as The day of the funeral cream to rise more completely, and, have failed in, urge I to mend the "does he call you ducky "or lovy? Mv nntl it piirpo-e- . la- -t sitter. Sudden in social, by the relentless demon, they will start was indicates all superiority and succe to put a jwrty on the top chanced to beUu unusually busy one at when properly ripened, it will churn in broken pieces of a foolish contract. darling calls me ducky." "Docs he"? to call me that some one is talking ill of you. political and 'moral affair-- . Hence it for the nine, and, of eour-- e 'miss it, and of the -- lid with a drill to put a hole the General Manager's office, and from from fifteen to thirty nijiuttes. Iwund to account for confusMon in lett- Mine IVIirror of a certain kind are -- afd to uifiji-ii-i It often happens, that fho--e who arc er--, to "replevin good- - alrendv but he doe n't e that term now?" m.u uie wHicr eour-e-- -, a ine will sit in the waitinjr room for the next down through to the train in which some early morning the place wa- - fairly of making making winter hut ter have a part of secreted, to attach the affect-- ot a ma- "What do - he eill vou, then?" "He with callers foreshadow the future, and jewels have haunt- - of dragon-- , are of the lirst im- - "ourand a half with and food and drink could be poured. But it been exhibited for a few cash in which portance. their -- onrce. direction, or )van countenance. It istheir fate.thcv was soon found that the slide was shift contraels fftr rail, ties, spike- - and lheir cow- - frc-- h and the others long iu licious merchant, to unonrth fraudu- call- - me, Say, there?' " A. F. Sun. his future wa- - depicted to each observer conjunction with each other, aud Know, and it is useless to struggle ing all the time near the top, and the other upplffjs, representatives of vari- milk. In micIi a ca-'How much for candy?" guid a the milk from lent election-- ,, to reclaim encumbered against fate. London Globe. in the shape of a beggar", a mandarin, a the influences from vexation- being to keep little boy. "Six sticks for live cents, ohr tubing which wa- - put in the drill hole ous corporations, aud individuals ha ing cows long iu, will not churn as --oon merchant, or Mime other character. termined moltors to attend to. Mr. Merby one for year- - iu pl.mtv byro-toie- d l Now, le'm me see; six -- ticks foro cents, nearly fre-- h iu milk, and it the possewas broken off. 1"hat scheme had to be (.'harms and amulet- - are much ued. eompn-s- . them as fa- -t as he could, not be proper either to mix the m;lk or s-ions if. and b okeit wills a'l by a live for 1 cent-- , tour forll cent-- ,, three in abandoned. Then I siigge-te- d instance. a plan rill dispo-cdDULL DAYS. lawyer's art and eloquence! Lai ire copper cash with luekv characters the case of a grave the water flows iw- -t for '1 cent-- , two for 1 cent, and one for that wa- - immediately adopted. We but as the day moved on into the after- cream, for the cream fiom the fre-n cows will churn in les- - than half of the inscrilx'd are hung around' children's a certafn oint of the compass the d lie - filed from the start to uncer- nothing. I'll take one stick, m'stor.'" up a little iron concern to fit one noon there was jet more than a JU,rlmiit art- so ntHlv to rigged Ascertaining the time of the otiier. But heating the milk tainty where client- - exaut no ls.-- than He got it. but the denier is still in a in waiting. necks, in the court of the temple of scondant- - will be prosperous; if it pas-- e of the rail- -, attached a ruMier, hose to riiivtii.ition of Triiilf. te ar another angle distress will overtake the "l'ie Genii" in Canton .I victory aid long w'rh it rea slate of liewilderment, and onn't sec in. b fore citing, it, and it in by nutans of iron want- - of eaitfi, he granted an audience of tho-- e cow-lothe Why is it timt meivhaiits Hre ?o rod-- -. tower of the taboo.nl bell. It was cast them. This conipa-- s, -- o neces-ar- y in Putting on one rod after another to- those with whom a meeting could not will cau-- e the cream to churn with that -- onable, while" thev know il is onlv how that can be Montreal (Canada) to the UiKtunlions of trade? I By logic and argument, .ni ll'iM... about four hundred years ago, and a determining every location, has twelve we succeeded in Shoving it clear in --o Im- conveniently postponed, and then, from the fre--h tow.- -. Tin ie a matter probable. y he said: -- trike the -. cyclical character-- , analogous to the hare been in two or three store- the theor.v of their client, with the fails of much importance, a- -, in many prophecy foretold it would to think Edmund an "I that it reached the train. the glancing into the waiting-roo- c doom of the eit; in the milk of the different cows -r mixed only iwrtially fated, :tnd that part angel." sighed Madeleine "Matriof twelve signs of the zodiac, inscribed at and they all spoke of it- - being a re- rubber hoe for a -- peaking tube w told "Gentlemen. you mustoxen-- me your .- this and. in that ca-have not time to con-klwhich it wa- - carefully around the outer circle markably dull day but little doing the prisoners what they the cream doe- - not deeply shaded, they are to explain away mony, however, opens one's eyes, and, I do. Atand all equal were forbidden to strike it. A rash The first is at the northern extremity, ami appeared quite blue. They have taching the air pump on the engine to afternoon, as I mu- -t attend a funeral." much more than half ri-- e iu the oM their defeat, if it come in lite ml. by a tindliim a perfect bar." ' "0, how deho-official, however, ordered it to be -- truck, and is placed at thc back of the tomb had a good And in the midst of the lowiv but milk, and what does ri-- e will not churn tirade on the perjurv of opponent's wit- - lightful!" exclaimed Sylvia, t'laspiri" thev pumped in hot -- oup and trade right along, ami 1 thi- - of emeat d people who were present in the same time whVh cau-oand forthwith an epidemic broke out which, unle-- s for special reason-- -, aland the depmyjiy of human na- - her Iiand- - and looking unutterable bits and bread, vegetables, etc., nearly ne-should think they would rather reli-- h ir ways faces -- outh. The order in which by which ocr a thou-an- d things. "Delightful?" echoed Madea complete lo of the butter from tin ture. every time they wanted a meal. Be- at the faithful porter"- - funeral was Manxoulig chil ager s. S. Merrill. Hajipy lawyer-- ! cows long in milk. drcn died, since then bell- - are worn the signs are read and calculations made quiet day, now and then" interroga tween meals they pumped in whi-kThey are men who leine, iu autazemc'it. "Yes, delight full to a re beer, kero-uu- e The pin-s- of Mr. Merrill has -- cores of llouri-- h b children a- - charms against Tell me, dear, oil, and -- tuff like that -to we-- t, according to the tively spoke a citizen c. a bear one of' those o long on th The be- -t way to heat milk - to have live -- o i '" from ca-- t motion, a it appears to them, of porter. Uie reporter replied: "Have all through th --anu .ube. Then 1 had times been quieth opened to the relief two pan- -, one largt r than the other. bounty of a" grateful people, male the awful animals which hug one to deaths hen a child meet-- with an accident diurnal thought of the s. and it will Set the large-- t on the stove, with two laws and -- cttle the titles, de'oad the Yes, 1 know it W. How happv von must If .oris badl friirhtencd the mother take.-- the sun and star-- . 4;. a benifin the wa- - you everthe dry goods iteculiar -- itua- another idea. By supplying the ho-- e of po.ir and needy t ion of t.wl fill. .nm..fi ?.3 iiuii.ii ... ,li.. .,nl. :,- !,ii: r f..... merchant? He with plenty of never be known what amount he has inches of water in it, and lay two piece? weak and enjoy the rih fniitsyof tin be!" Mad de'iie had fainted" OU Cily . and b keepiiiii i ii ii. iiiiii. ..i.ki.iniiii.a i v. Ti ' :l iiir - urirui ing tho pump go'.ng, we sntveeded in distribuajfein this quiet manne'. Sev- of iron a half inch thick aero-.- - the bot- world'- - prai-e- s and abuse.--, miugl'd and Blizzard. "- n , , ""to .1 iu.iui :r poor, ...;ii irvs- - y r r, iiiiii. 1111 liiiir. iihiti- n .e"--- " ul iiMMarts-oiicnn- gs ine rt'itAc tiii- , ii...- .ii,...n.i.r... wBr? ue muse ourn gas ireel commingled m such rare Imruiom that "You don't co ik like Sa-- y Ann thawing onouga of the snow along the eral yifj - he thieve-- or, if rich, that they will be I0IT .OI spirits of the place to secure his recov?vi paper was tom. Put the milk to he heated in the v ,mv . rail to let the p,i 'ng.'fs crawl out after circular Knie Milwaukee & St. Paul other pan. and drop that iiisid of ihe none can define wliiyifcetuureiiid-an- d used to. Mat la." he -- a:d. Iu toueot cry. .Missionaries have had frequent rooDeu. nthe same sign annftirs nn B,1U "" u .S"""1 "- - 'olu - are very small and his His margin. II. Donovan, they had been in there a week. But general btVres to rai-- e a few hundred larger one. Thc milk will then b. Approval commuii&r gentle. experience of peculiar customs of this the northeast, it shows that the reproof: "no. iL be larg- - to make his profits equal that air pump -- aved their live- -. I tell dollars forlho relief of a deserving per- heated with hot water in the larger pan, m Current. will die voung or be left; widom- to me you can't cook liko Sary sort. On one occasion, as two of them Every merchant know-juson. It chanced that Mr. .Merrill was and can not be injured by burning. The you an air pump - a line thing." were a hill in the interior to ows, or wor-- e still, men without chil- his expen-e- s. Ann used lo." On another occasion it what bis daily expen-e- s are. dren. If thc bend in the water course was: "You're nol as "0, certainly," -- aid an incredulous out of the 5ty at the time, and before degree of heat -- hould be" tested wit'i a obtain a view of thc surrounding couniu gcttin' retail deafer in the city can toll try, some rude boys from thc village occurs to the east they will become vag"but will you plea-- e toll me he had returned the required amount thermometer, beenu-- e it will thsit be as wholly a profes- round as Sary Ann was, Matilda. You ? Now the gaiiialS ncar-l- n pursued and hooted at them in abonds. At the next point disturbance you just what hi- - expanses are per min- how the uiaiLiged to keep tire in the had been raised and turned over to the heated uniformly. Xatiotuil Live don't appear to ketch on whe'rejshc'Ieff sional matter ifxcept where 'tis played off." About th'- - time a heavy rolling' .' a most insulting manner. They drove and rebellion are indicated. At the next ute. When the merchant looks at his locomotive and work the pump under ler-o- ii for whom it was intended. A hort time after that Mr. Merrill h ard by boys on tho common as a performpin came in contact vvith ids head. them back with some severe rebuke, and a snake will grow of itself in the tomb, cash book and ees the money coming the snow?" every moment "Don't know anything about that. of tho transaction, and immediately thought no more of it. As they came i causing rcstfe ness to the bones of tha in slowly, he realize-thThrift in the Dairy. ance on thc tho trapeze or "the -- prhir. "What do vou mean by that, you ummoned the person who had circudown from thc hill-tohowever, they deceased, and, consequently, to tho for-- j he is losing money, for his "expenses They did it. that's all. Hope no one exclaimed in agony. If any farmer anticipated that thc board in a, circus It may bo worth thc doing heome of the work Sary Ann "I'm -were met by a throng of people evi- tunes ot ins posterity, (Hinging the evil arc the same, trade or no trade. If his doubts my truth and veracity. If I'd lated thc subscription paper. negprice of admission to' tho-- e who care in there I'd have knowii all about "How much did vou put me down present winter wuld b an unusually dently much" excited. In thc midst of wind of unhappy destiny with special expenses arc SiOO or $300 per day, you replied, and there was. ' lected." for it, but it has no title to till up as see lie may lose money rapidly and it. But I was on the outside. You or.' inquired Mr. Merrill, thc crowd was a woman holding a boy force to blast their prospects. drawing his "open one" and that he would be able much space in local new- - a- - a session much peace in the family thureaftcr.j-sr.'- s there is no wonder that he is sensitive, can't ask a man to bo in two places at ockct-boo, .?,., .to cheaply winter his dairy upon straw by the hand. She accused them of Piiladeljihia Jlecoril. The water in front of a tomb should "Xothiiori n o sav that you permitted that li- -t to bo and "fag" feed, the anticipation has of the city councH oran aniuvorsary of frightening him so that he was greatly never be stagnant, but always runnin" for men don't like to see the cash ac- once and know even thing, can you?" It is no matinjured, and insisted on their presenting in a stream. Riches and rank are count run against them, even for a day Peck's Sun. A Novel Traffic. oioseu wuiiout my name on it? Now been dispelled long before thi- -. There a charitable association. lay tc never let that thing occur again, if v on is only one way that a profitable course ter of local interest, except as any her with a piece from their suspenders, supposed to flow capriciously from point Of course, some are more dexterity may be. Connecticut has a law, pa cd in vvish to be fnemlly with me," and'tho can be secured and that by maintaining of professional The cowboys here, writes a Midland. with which to make some tea to restore to point, hence so much depends on thc these wrong side accounts than others1. any club earning the (Tex.) correspondent, in thc good 1SG9. which is without a parallel in the circulator readily saw the bo to his senses. course of the water as it flows by the Some scarcely notice a day's slackness that .Mr. Merrill the thrift and health of the cow b first Hardly aaman in A more peculiar case occurred in my toraD. uie cutting ot roads or the in "trade, making their calculations on statutes of any other state, being an act felt injured that he had not been per- furnishing comfortable quarters' and name "of city belongs to the c'.ty by weather are doing a little busincs.s on own experience Having anchored my building of bridges or dams may alter longer time a week or a month and to protect wild, as well a cultivated, mitted to contribute his portion to the then by providing good and abundant oirth or residence. One oar he to Detroit, another to In lianapo-lis- , their own account by killing, wolves. light business plants from pillage. This law makes it charitable fund which had been raised food. The cow that is poorly wintered boat near a large town, the village boys the course of the water and disturb thc compensate for another to Buffalo or Cleveland. with strychnine for their hides The came out in large numbers, hooting, natural influences of thc place, and a by saying that it will be all thc more an offense punishable by a fine not ex- and turned over Milwaukee Sentinel. upon straw and cornstalk, just in suffiThe whole body of "profe sionals," and hides they send to Chicago, getting; - ir He is, in man- - re- ceeding $100, or imprisonment not exthrowing stones and rendering them- man may be ruined in fortune by the active cient quautin to support life, and whe cvecy plover of return for them. A New York'conspects, a lucky man. Hope always ceeding three months, or both, wilselves generally offensive Rushing upon displacement of a hundred wci"-fidaily exhibits a falling off in flc-. "The Dress of Great Men. can that includes is exacth like anv of keep him in good spirits, while the fully to cut, break, or destroy or remove woman, who came out here to keep'a ; the siderable skill, them 1 seized one of thc ringleaders and earth behind the grave of his "Grandnot be expected to reach May in conof the' "middle ages" who hotel, with her husbind. has started up..if merchant who broods over a day's dull- from the land of another person, cranthreatened to have him puni-he- d by the father. vDaniel Webster usually wore'n ,.i dition to give great quantities "of milk. hired themselves as -- oldiers to one an interest in curlew- -' wings which are'1" casts a gloom over the entire estab- berries, creeping fern, crop-- , -- hrub-, elders of the town if tho disturbance did Tn building houses, aneestml tiaii- - ness n color, with n . Cows so wintered on the plea of "eco- State or r.nothcr,as they were be--t paid, adornments for ladies hats- - ' . v- j 1.-- mm not cease Soon after I heard a great t .rilading ;. iounuation of lishment. Isometimes think it would fniit or other vegetable productions, neck-ti- e itujyii,, uie Martin Van Btiren was very nomical keeping" can not be expected tc and changed side on any adequate in- and the cowboys arc killing curlews; rd if the merchant could only see without thc consent of the be better clamor on thc bow of the boat ana was yinages, tne service of enter goomancer weekly or monthly -- tatements of acfastidious about his clothes, and alvvavs orous upon their summer's milking vig- ducement, and fought a- - well for the now by the score. Tiic curlew is abua1' Courant. informed that thc mother of the boy had is absolutely necessary thc secure in body and vvith perfect assimto the counts, but of course they want to appeared during the summer in the ilating powers of food a.-- the cow that is second party asjjthe had previously dant on the staked plains, and their ." come to sec me. Going out I found her proper conjunction of' good A city can feel no wings, which are brownish green, with influences. know where they stand each day, and Bobby lagged his mamma to buv white--t of white linen duck. His with thc boy who, she said, was so In front of a village, for instanoo in good flesh, perfect in health and vig- fought against it, as a rule, that is best, 5'Pt to him a drum. "1 am afraid, Bobby,' were cut in thc latest styles clothes orous in movement. The last cow will local pride or intfns in a club thus ap- splashes of dark brown and green, arc frightened that he had turned green, straight road leading directly perhaps, and he ont it, aad there is no senst. verv good backgrounds in millinery for w-- 7 and she demanded a handful of saliva with people going and coming, of it, some it may be the cause of a certain she replied, "that if .J were to buy a do her be-- t, but the other is obliged to propriated tostirabout thc or a degree of iinhappincss. Toledo Tele- drum grandpa might not like it very which peeped h s formation of :v few more brilliant feathers. The cur- in makinga him. Disgusted at tho re- small stream flowing in to restore standing collar. An- recruit before good performance ra i bo a local club, or till""K columns with its lew nests in the prairies by scraping up'-.- " a siraii, gram. difdrew Jackson aiso dresseO well, though looked for, and what would with good well." "That wouldn't make any quest I tnrncd And cft her, hut she course from it. arc said to dissipate some drv grass under a tuft of gramma.; the ference, mamma." Bobby argued, "cos. ho did not make his clothes a great keeping have been a profitable cow is circus feats. Indiana o'is Journal. persisted, and all the people joined good influences. An open air grass. TJiev ilran four eggs mto ,the "Heart disease .takes a man worth you see, the drum ain't for grandpa; matter. Henry Clay wore altar.i a in sopport of her request, so that in bamboo grove or groves in fmf a swallow- turned off a- - a "feltor," when thc fault : is a- - rare a- - to iliscocr-810,000,000," are the head lines in u it's for me." This conversation oc- tail, ami a ill u- -t rated at nest, and it aheer standing collar extravagantThe principali-o- n I was compelled to have the left side low and tho ' was wholly vvith the farmer. It pays four-leclover to find a nest whervjfhe -Buffalo paper. We never have heard a curred a good many years ago, aud ly high. James are fall' tnd aeeede. Whether the remedy was efti- - high are all unlucky Buchanan was always the dairy farmer to provide well and the tosigns. Soiuejf the remarks they four small ends of the egg- - are. not"ten eaoous or not x never learned. An antidote for this system, ofThe gr"eat woman called that before; but it isn't an Bobby, who is now a nian. is practicing very.preoise ,n Ids clothes, always ap- abundantly for his cows, aud in this inappropriate name, whou you stop to law. successfully iu Philadelphia. m full - Xorr&lown gether. a. The curlews'' wings bring el tht kind cam. a j 9TVQT j, ftt Ip pearing ornvoke nreJnsunimery. IWttHVJ pair here- - Midland," ('Tex.) , iilan will find the. best economy. Clet pr Uerald. Cents " think about it. Puck- Philadelphia Press. Cleveland Ltadcr. ' " . Jlerald. Chicago Times. . Cvr. thA V10.?001 r overtree. 0"tvlazyv rU"l n tie ZintruiU tropicalhou.l lireoo. Ti,..v 'vur ... ana. witnessed lovotruth totraI ... c'ennmmissionarvhada Lirr,. P: doir that aeeoniniuited him in hi el- -, and on one 0'ea-io- n erojited sternation and frigid among the vtu I.IIHIU-- , iji.ii uaimuti aiKiiH lil.,ri r8 iraw Mirmntiii , I r - ..,rw... nrr v"!te. nn?,.. mad.? a woll aa his imiau1 n.w,., ..,,.. man's peivoaal outward pro- ttw. ... m,,..:...,i ,.ja.v. iru-stin- n ""' !.- -' ! -- i- I I n spirit-rapping- , us me-nuri-- m. ' uoii-titutio- n. a " 1 1 imiiK.-iiiT"- offvMS -- -- "'' 1 1 Tly i- nt m . -- hair-dresMii- g; po-iti- on o. in-id- e, i- qn-ti- ou -- -- i- cu-lo- One of the most evjert sMdator- - in Vienna - a man named Hoinrich Kunler. Over there, however, they with brutal fraiikneas, call such men swindlers. Some of his fate tricks ai-- m good that , cvon Jay Gould might take lessons from him. The Austrian speculator is fully up to Mr. Ward, on a smaller ?ealc. however. Not long, sine. ICutUor ajipeanl in the office of a wealthy lumber ihwier who owned an immense faKier yanl in the heartof the city. At thk time there was a perfect mania lor building hou-e- s in Vienna.and available lot commanded fancy prices. "I want to buy the land you have n your lumber yard on. 1 want to put u,--a big hotel on it." mid KtiiHer. "J don I care to ell." I ..u i'MW 1111 km only -- uitable.)tace Tn th. vii,j i ii ivi- - ou nan a muiioi "I don't want to -- ell. I would not sell for a million "1 will gie on a million." The lot wa- - not worth a million, bin as the merchant had hi- - lumler on it. anil was wealthy, he did not care to accept the offer. "No, I would rather not." "I'll give you a miilkm and a quarter, and to show you that I am in eamo-t- . l U put up fifty thousand marks forfeit 1 must have a big lot on which to put up my new hotel." said he. placing that amount in thou-an- d mark notes oh the table. The oor lumber dealer became nervous ami excited. Great bends of perspiration stood on, hi- - brow, lie asked for twenty-fou- r hours to think about it. The trade wa- - then concluded. The lumber was to be cleared a wav liefoiv two mouth-- . The Hftv thousand marks lorfeit were to be aid over at the end of a wek. Tle lumber ilealer was satisfied on that point. He knew that Ku tiler had the money. The lumber man then proceeded to e IIlustratIiigniH Clinracterlstlos. Some tun or e jears ago thero was employed mjgjr. lerrill's oftice a clerk in whom jMmplete confidence was repoed. He wfaKtru-le- d with manv of the corKir!itiog secrets and given the handling of funds in large amounts ager of the thfatrly .- T T SX3X TJU i VjLrsnRILL. I I -- TUI-. i- .. nAIDV w somn toporraNING sis MHWHUJ,,.,. ,fc Dccd ,t. iv,i ManKali-wa- y ( ! po-iti- on good cow - oie that keep un her llow of milk through all kind- - of weather. Great number- - attempt to dry thcm-clvup as oou as winter .els iu. But few farmer- - through thc country use ice in their dairy, yet good butter - made with dilnctilty in summer without its aid. and - it Useful in getting the lmtler to "market iu good condition. A g nd supply of ice should lie put up for use in lite dairy. Leuky teats arc prevented by inserting a short wooden plug in t lie opening. I have never seen evil result-frothi- - practice. I have used such a plug also to distend an opening too -- mall, and make the cow to milk'more easily. Tho plug should be cleaned evry time, and be used for a mouth or more". The A c- -- rM.,.. iv.ii r f,t!i i&li&L. " ' Tobogganing, the contagi'-jtwhiceeuis to hav come fn'pjjRjRrcars be two winter carnivals, 2SJii aafv, lucuuuni'i to Ilir "T'C""jBii 3W vvt thrtl.Ko i- biiiltfSnral i- hSBt - 'SSthat m 'teirft, sixtylgieFora -tiulalnfc-hetaKkirt-- AND CHURCH. Tlie viPa;e of s, jn this Minify, -. we belieu the first municipality in Ontario to elect a woman as a. school trustee. Uoderich (Out.) Star. Hoy t. of Pennsylvania"! tells th it when he was in college"(Lafa'v-ctte- ) md his classmate? got board for eighty-.e- v eu cents a wsck. "'Jnon." the proposed new pronoun (impersonal, singular number) is being taught by some of the teachers-in-thpublic schools thc Lewistou (Me) "v Journal snvs. A right word in an obscure school-room- , by an obscure tcaclfer to a very unpromi-in- g scholar, nav the of a life, perhaps Ii Bru-seliGovernor cnuooi t. e -- de-tini- es di-lan- ec - -- -u- Illi-liQi- B aeces-ories'f- or -- or f ttlK-ni- li cc, ul5rlnr?rMvSMi ite -- 1 'jiii va -- - -- 1 oth" -- re-u- lt, hon-ewi- fe iKT-onsW- e. -- i- ng - the-obje- ct lit i- buii-ne-- s. -, -- - u-- i.- -- first-nnmo- d e. ," al-lowcsl ei K i- -- i- - siiow-crust.spt'o- d- i- iy -lo- n-evitv ,i ii-- 1 V '"'H-il.los- , mark-forfe- jv P'r u'-'Ct- le bn -- de-igni- ng c j I 1 MijH'r-titwu-al- lv - -- g, h cdc-tria- n- de -- -- dU-ntisii- ed I anx-kw- ob-tnict'- on -el t ; -, tly wmMtemLQthL .L po-se- s- 1 " oiwtte-of-rtKmit.di- cow-aga- iti -- , " J whs -e- n-itive ex-..- -- -i- mcr-titimi i pi"'-'-o- n jn'r-on- al ite po-te- "'i-tu- rb con.-picuo- us min-U-t- ir pcr-uad- ed ..-- - i...,i, oj, - i i- to-da- y ! ! )H.-iii-ou i- ; -- ito-tto- the-drnsro- n i- m, i- e. M 51 good-tempore- j." de-ti- ny -t te -- 1 1 i- pe pro-peri- tv . I j i i- pos-ibl- e, de-igii- e:l u-- pops?y-wop-e- y, ed -- u-- lack-lust- er ec Ie-ieg- ed de-iro- n- ; -- e, tax-title- s, -- per-on- al fr w-l- of h i Wliy-Soui- half-doze- i- - pu-he- ng -- ah-olu- n-sitiro to-da- lT-i- ng ca-e- u-- ed con-cqucti- cc to-da- i- -- di-tan- 1 er ca-e- e, " honest-hearte- -. e- -- y, di-ca- i- n't j 1 per-on- - . - hot-water- ," ? "" -- stib-eripti- 1 -a- le-must exa-p.rai"- -- st i- Thc-largo- Base-BalL'- of To-Da- y. SfoeX-fourna- l. -- -- at v'K-en- ?" p, -- . k. - scn-iti- ve di-p- gs to-da- a.-'-fa- t h, "con-dotier- e" -- "t snuff-brow- ,. owner-Hartfo- a self-defen- se ii.. af roller-skatiogln- rit nu Sac, drt-sS.,--. ,.-.-- 1 - - e fn"r 1 ; J. A"'ic1 fcfcl sSiSI . The Hickman Oounei ICII - "What?" I gasped. Purc'sTooTnAcnr.DnorscurolnlminuteJSc Modern Egyptian Houses. THE BRITISH ARMY. FARM AND FIRESIDE. Thousands Hastened to Their "O, thnt h liked you all the better for Gtem'iSu'pTiur Soup heals and beautifies, :5c. fc Bunions. Graves. aW). treating him so aboiiiinnbly because you Il StreiiKtb ami Mtutlon-- - UUpoHttlun TJhere never was a time when of Tho towns on tho Egyptian shore of Gebv an Cokn Eejioveh kills Corns and that stwokv 33y relyintj on testimonials written in viva! of a cemetery iu thought this place would become 'his 183,000 "Mm "tritles" played so important a part in the Ked Sea stand along tho borders of wrongfully.' OI GCOHGE WAnitEX, Publisher. uui -i- uai uim tou tae sret-"1 glowing language of some miraculous cures The- - following nil is Aunt Nora's jwntrait as a ehlM. sl,e interesting details, the matter of making the house lieauti- the khora which come from the moun"As though hi lniviug the lnue could largelj puffed ip doctor or made A". 1". .mil. ful as now. wears n lin:e MarlU.rough hat, ami the shy possibly make me treat him well!" I liowingin what portion-o- f patent medicine has hastened thousandst the ylobe : : KENTUCKY. blue eyes look out from HICKMAX. tains back of them, and find their wav oi is but one way to keep large under a thatch their graves; the readers having almost in' yellow hair. "He says it has made some of the girls British troops atv now -- tationed, with ilock-o-There she lookeiUike th5s fowls, whether young or old. through tunny shallow channels to the sane faith that the same miracle will be per- -, f jdcture 3tist as childlike and innocent, only treat him too ell by half," Aunt Nora their approximate force in gam-o- n and and that is to separate th'eni into small sea. These channels, wlrich are dry formed on them, that these testimonials the gold is turned to silver That is the said, drvlv. NAN'S WHITE WORLD. way things xrow cheap with time. mention, while the medicine is alt "Ah, 1 "know who one of them ii the on active -- orvk'u, have ju-- t been pre- lot- -, each lot to occupy a jdace by tliem- of the year, are the pass cried. "But, Auntie, did h pared fiom olncitil source-- . Tlie laat che-.More the the time hastening them to their graves. 2'jw 1'iiHL. ,..",? CVPn,nS talk to me, eompanV cae minxe".!" Ithat he liked me?" age wayb or streets of the villages. The Jit our wimltn on tlie Iilll,, Charlie would Although we have thuu di I showed reallv say it is understood, arij oiiict'nu"" tulHiifr. Mmietlnitj? U11, Give the poultry cabbage for greeu houses stand on the slightly higher him plainly enough that I did'utwish it. "X o. not exactly" Chow my heart sank), return Sitt my little plrl tuxl I, channels; they are He, too, remarked that Aunt Nora looked" "he said hat he loved you." food. Give litem warm water every ground between-th- e effective lrenth of about l&.',i)00 of alf m tlie tintr kj : Thousands Upon Thousands ! ! ! them libuntllj- all sorts scattered about in perfectly irregular like her old onrtrait. "Aunt Nora !" Wliile tho tireuth or frost lr arm- - viz: thirly-on- e rewinicnt- - of cav- inoruiu". Feed - "Yes," I haid, turiiin "Yes, he did anil now. dery, can't you of testimonials of the most wonderful enrea, Svvuiiff the maple brown ami bare. hot and wrathful, of foodf Keep the hou-- e clean and manner. The bettor class of houses are Ami aero- - the valley rolled "she looks as tlioutrh he didn't knowLUiat port with that iigpeu? The lifeseems to Ins alry, l ent four batteries of royal warm-th- en voluntarily sen- us, we do not publish them," J". you will get egg-..is thus constructed: First a frame-wor- k All the moonllirlit's wealth of wrong could W done her." pretty well shaken out of it." as they do not make the cure. It is but " hoie artillery, mvi.j-sbutteries of" Ilrrald. Touching witlt a vonlrou jrlow made of boughs and branches of the He smiled m lirovokinjrlv anil saM: I the poor thing into the tire, and iiehL artilWy, nmoU--i- v i medicine, ilopliiltcrs, that make the cures.-I-t Mill and valley elud In now. batteries of ' 'Don't judge the dead, Ha.el a will may snatched my roses from the vnsie. 1'rettAv iniyrfcon HrTHKrv,"-evjiitv- -t Orange Pudding: Two emu of acacia trees. Then a wattling of idraw has never failed aud never can. Wo will Winter two and Miminers three, THE GREAT MgfY o regiments yet be found." soon Aunt Nora said aud left Wlt' a lialiy couM not be. bread crumb-- , one cup of chopped net. is woven closelv amongst the boughs of give reference to any one for any diseasa me to niv dreams -- waking drettms. I hope. afSmuuitrv tortus battalion-- ), two 'It'fan't the dead 1 jdKe, hut the o he that uiplit: there egg- -, juice of three orange- -, one roof and sides, so as to make a watersimilar to their own if desired, or will refer I sha'u't aw nke and Hud it a dream. I.aW shnrpU. What miiki Ml the world so white? one troop, and forty companies three of milk: proof covering for the interior. Around to any neighbor, as there is not a nefghbor-hco- d into cup grea-e- d jmhii cup Of the moonlight ami the cold r'If it is my father you are.i'udgiug, coninn ariat and nviili butter, boil iu a deep jan and the houses of tlie chief men inclosurcs of IIumg: I didn't of engineers, TPJBLXJST, TilfiiNiiAV Nk.iit.-A- t And thf novrv world I tokl: in tire known world but can show its NOi?e iion I even in thought associate .nuHlk-a- l Now the world staff eorp, etc. serve with --aiiee. Thr lhtHathohL white to ou, cures by Ilop Litters. wrong with his nume." Hi- - c ? flaSUVl. ti tul it a dream at least the dream goes on. similar construction are made to keep uuRta , -- o true. I.'tilo Nan I'h heart It was ten o'clock this morning when Dealinjr lir-- t with tlie home commands, Sciatica ami he ilrew hini&eir up till he - or wonder throw And the our drought- - occur prying ej'es from peering into tho sacred Rheumatism, Neuralgia,Tootharhe, The fact that Instead of six feet tall. lint 1 o.dv Ajfejeil Aunt Nora and I iat dow n to breakfu-- t, to it appear that the northern command, I.umbaco, HacVadie, HeaJichf, Only glory on the inow. A Losing- Joke. than precincts of the harem within. The Jore Thront, Kwelllnc- - Spralnn, ltruUci. my bond. It Is all ver w ell to lie ohtsh the consteruiitioii of Pho'be, m ho had never the largest in the Kingdom, which in- - much oftener late in the sea-o- n "Vet, beyond those mountain tall more hrnia. lturn, BODILY Xrot Itlieo. lieen subject ed to snch iiregnlaritv lefore. cIihIc-"A prominent physlclnn of Pittsburgh said I.011)? blaek -- hndow- eaMnard fall, and mighty. out lart are fact. the raising of the carlj huts of the poorer eoplo are earlr favors nearh 7.",U.0 volunteer-- , And All Other lady patient who was complaining of her structures lightly covered with SokibTUr iltla2llalr lAms and ACHE8. When my dart.nsr lie- There, I have been Ting. and blotted We were just beginning our cotfee when Thev arc certainly eTrtrwhcre. Filly Cents 'toa "Varieties of corn. coutinucd and of his Inability to bottle. Direction la Uljiwruaw O'er the orld t e halow- creep. Charlie appeared. I declare I thought I ycoinaury aud militia, ha- - two regimy journal. At this rate I shall 'g when it is intended to follow skins of auiinnls, or with course matting. 'cure her, jokingly said: "Try Hop Hitters!" tlelrable Soon enough the ;;ultl is lost TUB CHAm.ns A. TOOEI.EK CO.. shuitld sink throuich the lloor, and vihel I ments cf regular cavalry, two di steepy. s, -- lmilow and the Succe- - istoAToctLim. Hchang. S. A. Tho lady took tc in earnest and used tho Biltmcre. Hd..U Jn the iniglit. But he ki el Aunt Nora and of the coast brigade, and -- i. butteries jjorn with wheal. EverylKHlT enuie . from which sho obtained permanent ami the pr-HHut jour rather'? nxin- - divide hook bauds with me, and did look eharmiii'. Tl.v- ll had a 'health. She now laughed at the doctor foe the Amifiotn Warmth within fiom eold Why Lamps Are Popular. of Meld artillery, .A scy writer inthat even hog- depot-- , and s moists you please. 'his Joke, but ho Is not soell pleased with it, lovely time all but ine thiug&'went awry J Lonjr wo can not linser tHI Unrul fume room, Charlie said: five battalions of infantn. The 'us it cost him & eood paUent, After rhielns left the wuu me. coming could lie prettier tunn At our window on tlie hill; took 5 l'or j our labj that Flower Game. On the center'table "Iist night, late as it was, IShake-penr- down command (Major (ieneral White, C 1!.) it'oiild rather lie clean than ilirtj, and ro Mf. Dribs "Ko indeed, the now orazc e they would make mueh Io-- Soon enoujrh aero the were quantities of natural Hoer.aU tied one of niv uncle'.- - volumes of wilb headquarters at Colche-te- r, has Pees of Doctors. Ity what trouble, at what com. ro-for lamps has not affected me, and it fooil if kept iu clean, Minny with little uosega s. each kind of flow er by to recall the exact connection of tho deShall your own white world be ? The fees of doctors at 5:1.00 a visit would any other mime.' " He didu't look at one cavalry regiment and two Mr. Hone rend from his paper with ens. won't, either. I would not have a lamp pots of that arm. three batteries Trouble comes oh. como it will-- In . tax a man for a year, and in need of a daily nuotutious from each one naming me, but'all the same 1 grew hot and red as some valley deep and ehlll; l'-- e the Do not wa-t- e in the mrior for tho world." aud a depot of artillery, a -- eetion viHit, over 91,000 a year for medical attendsoino flower or plant, and the company tire. lly what mountain, in what pot tradeV7mark: "Did niv uncle u.e anv of those volumes of the commi.-ariami trau-po- rt ance alone! And one single bottle of Hop lem a- - mei aim save uu asncs. a- It hall meet joti, know not; waruto tell the lumie ot the author. lUs iln. JfvbUt "How can j'ou talk so? lly h hat hadow overoa-- t Howe ami Charlie were umpire- - to'decide Jn - t before he had tfie stroke?" asked corn, and three infantry battalions. contain a verv larre iwopor- Bitters taken in time would save the S1.00O Shall the trlory jro at luM. wno spoKe nrt, and I liarlie handed tne Charlie. and are valuable for that The hunts they make now are perfect and all the year's sickness. '1'lift tt'ntii'ii cmiiiiiuiul I M!ii(ir.t;eiiir:il Uon of jiotu-When tln shadow? fail: "1 think ho may hnve done so,"fSaid fiowar named as a prize to the v inner. works of art and everybody buj'S them." lit atuutioii, tnevai-- o "Father, father."' j on mav valff ' " .Saver, C. 11.) has in proKriinJ(t4U)',' nee alone, It was vary amusing to see how thniost Auut Norn. "A "number of look lay Wheu the bitter tear shall mm Given Up by the Doctors. "1 know it; but 1 can't see what adfamiliar lines puzzled us, and to hear the alout tho room, and if I remember, ?ouie otllurc large force of nitillori?rtwo make ccouomieal fuel, burning freelj You may eall and call In vain. " Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is in anil can Irj collei'ted with lmt vantage thev are." ipl ea-right answer wheu one lea-- t expected. I of those volumes were among thorn. battilrios of hor-three of li In vour trouble, if hear, 1 shall come and was so surprised to hear bashfuljLucv Why" "If you had a grown-u- p daughter. at wort, and eurca bv.sosimpi', labor, loicau nuute. -ide doar: even of gurri-o- n a dii Though my lip be Hent though Charlie drew a paper from his breast the Brown jape up "Hamlet" to 'Tansies. nd i its 1 have, you would see the advantage coiist brigade and depot y Underneath the eruel -- now; mt tiiat'sfor thoughts." I was gladfllBPt pocket and rwe to glvo it to her. saying: mmmx:cy afiifr Though in vain you call to mo I found this between the pages of 'Romeo punjjkubeu-aut-ithe buuch to reward her coiHe nis nocioT Wh.tre your MravtiifrTfjot inny bo; difference would Free from and JPoisons. nnd onlv toil'davs !dhdie, from KidneyiM "Dear me! Wrat inlea, Mmtties . corp-- , and four baltalions of tftllmrn-Th- e ttnnl smooth: add three Seneca Evarfo guosser'so manv , wm.t and .luliett.'" up and ssild lie must Yet your Father watches still up- that make?" Read it for me I left mv gla-s-- out hern command was nuite tirovokimr. and he was invited "ii eggs, one grated lemon, nail a has altogether At His window, on Hi- - hill: A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE Liver troubiol' she was one division and twelve batterie of l to join the umnire committee tosave the stairs." snid Aunt Nora. "You know a kerosene lamp can't be For Cousin, Sore Throat, JIoameneM, Influenza, Warmth within t mm cold outside cup- - of cup of butter, one and one-hatrembling from head to foot. s)oils, Shall His love indeed provide. low without smoking." t3TXonefrcnuinp without n bunch of CoM. UroncItlUv Cronp, "Tnooplne Conga, Charlie rnnil: "Feeling strangely unwell artillery, two companies and a section sugar: beat all together: line paltv i turned down real IV. Y. OUtcrver. Gussie Flint outdid 4eielf in beaming s Hops on tho white- label. Shun all the Aethina. Qulmn Tain in Che.t,loUr "Yen." I wi-- h to jHit into writing-a- upon Charlie. The girff said she had been ' I of engineeis, a eetion of eomiui uriat pans with a putT paste and fill; Imkc in n4 Luns. cf tn Throat BtuIT with "Hop"or"ltops"ln their name, I know j "Well, when I smell smoke neglected doin- g- my will, and traiisjiort corp-- , and si baltafions & hot oren tive minute-- . Ihmtelwlil. cramming poeti"v for a week, and she got have o fooli-hl- y Price 30 cents s toilc Scld by Dross!- - nd T avers. VarUtt vnaHr to induce thtir dealer to promptly Nora all of infantry. The force of the Chatham into the parlor. AUNT NORA'S BIRTHDAY. several noegnii s. How she tampered uepiPathln? to my beloved Healthy Men and Healthy Women. This is a delicate substitute for ' its time to git it for them trill reeeireVeo boltte,Ezprtu cAargtl when Charlie gave herfthe pinks for Bum's of our father's property, thus annulling all Call. consi-t-paid, by lending one dollar to eleven companies of macaroni and mav be oaten even by -Life is one constant battle against And I will mi' the nink. tho emblem o' mv previous wills made by me. The final dis- Till (II ARIES A. TOCEIXft COTiriXT, batteries people M ngiiieer, divi-io- n and tne that dread monster, "Disease" . &ula0r4a4 Hofcwr-- r, ie A Story Taken From the Journal For Inr. - the pin? o womankind, and Iosingoi and property t leave to my sister s of artillery,a one company the the coin-m- i Slices ofwith sen-- it milk stomachs: Soak SwjInil.r.S. 1. has discovered A modem scientist ValUatrc, she'of sensible charitable mind, a duty for bread in until Ihej- will Many succumb prematurely to this bloom- - withoutjH peer." which is of Miss Hazel Dudley. ariat ami transjwrt corps, and two absorb no more. Butter a baking dl--h that mental acth ity enhances physical vicious assailant, whose eternal her match I j hoe she, far letter than I,into fitted. I Sk may have her jicers but to put this suitable battalion- - of infantry. In the southand place a layer of the soaked bread Jieautj, thus : controverting an old hope tfjore is not. object is to tear down, wear out and form." "A handsome man, To liKike variety some of u- - girls had I! The last lines were hardl legible. "The eastern command there are two regiwith a.ditnt of'-athen a thin layer of theorj. lie saj-s- who does nothing, but destroy. A want of energy, a want r .IanuakY l.", "iVednesdav. Tim ii ainteJ not in season on date shows," Charlie said gently, "that it ments of caalry ad nine depots rated cheese; then other Iajvr ol or woman, either, of stamina, a want of repellant actAunt Nora's birthday. Annt Nora isn't cards or a few flowers like grows siihple plaques, was written the very night hjkh which he seven freal ami of cheese until the dish is lives well or HAGAN'S ively on the part of thoughtless inmy aunt except as she i everylody's Longfellow's, and "Honey-fuckle- " was taken ill. I aui very glad; my father (Cantcrbun,) one division and that was lotteries of artillery, n compam each of filled. The top layer must be cheese. flabby, and all the tine line, of tlie Queen." dividuals causes many to become out of the "May especially if they happen to he cousins by will be very glad." lo,t; but the harr 'junker has and Hake iu a moderate oven for half an It was very nice for poor lame Herbert easy and apparently willing prey innrriage three removed, which U, I be"Denr brother," murmured Aimfc Norn, engineer- - and of the conuni-sarito get the branch of coral for his calmiet. weeidng with bowed head. "How tliauk- - tran-po- rt corp-.- " and four lmttalions of hour and serve hot. Care ntu- -t be an admirable .sculptor always at work to "this ruin and devastation of lieve, my exact relationship. .No one but he seemed to know Moore's keeping his lino line in repair, and command taken that the bread is perfectly soaked. ful I am that I never even thought of going the line. The mankind. A remedy composed of Aunt Nom aud berlirother twho was no "crimson blossom of the coral t ree constantly going over his face to imcavalry to jaw about the will. Thh is worth tho has three regiments of is a secret aid to beauty. ttwlgrl. roper herbs and roots that will sunny sea.' uncle, hut only Mr. Fairtield to me) wore In tho warm Isles of India's property a thousand times over this, aid and one of cavalrj of the line, a battery E To make Baltimore apple bread, prove tlie orignal design." uild up, repair and strengthen the left alone in the world when she was a Three things were cut and dried before- cousin Alfred's noble generosity." Many a lady owes her fresh, and a division of coast weak portions of the human system, , We sat long silent. At last Aunt Nora of roal hor-eschool girl, and Jie was quite old I should hand everyone being in the secret except prepare a dough exactly as if for s. Handsome or ness to it, who would rather Wanted A man company each of When it is very light, roll it about half should assidiously be taken at tho think.from what 1 bavpheard.nearly thirty. Aunt Nora. read very quietly "Consider said: "It truly seems more like Action brigade artillerj. one commis-ari' ugly; old or young; ricli or poor; Mr. Howe than realitv and an inch thkk. Spread engineer- - and of the apple-vapproach of disease. Don't wait for not tell, and you ca?it telL He wab of a metaphysical turn, bnt papa the lilies." No one spoke, and at Inst Aunt a will soberml aud a an estate given away, tran.-pof (Hi will made in a single i rt corp-- , and battalions of don't wait .' him to obtain a half of the dough and fold over tlie preaehor or layman; sparkling with fays that his wealth led him to make only Norn said: "There is no harm, childron, night." the guards. At Woolwich the force is remaining half. Put in a pan to raise. jewels, or wrapped tip iu patches and until he becomes your master. Meet a pastime of study. So he lived at the that I can see. in using the Maker's comwill made?" said Charlie. "A "Yes; before I lay down to rest I made made up of-- largo, .both' of artillerj, Then bake iu a moderate oven. Have rags onlv let him be a man who can do his attack at once and promptly. home-tenand played at fanning and mendation of iuHis work. 0: Those are our I lwlieve." my will, my dear. I named n few per- two bntterie of horte, depots some thinly sliced apple .slewVd. and one single act that is purely unselfish. Lord's words Matthew Do you desire to know n remedy o . What is Catarrh? writing. What he did in earnest was to Thereupon n lieautiful Wedgowood urn sonal bequests and charities that I can and the riding and when the bread - baked laj' them all Where is he? Who knows bim? Reader, which vou can place safe reliance in bring up his unhappy little sister. He had was brought out in which grew an annun- mature later, lmt you, Charlie, are my sole It Is a disease ot the such times of emergency. s Then reseven batteries of field and garrison. over the top. Sprinkle with sugar, can you fill the bill? Try. yourself, for tn yellow in? mbrancgen- theories to which she was adapted. He ciation lily full of blossoms and buds. It heir. Hush!" with upraised flngor member that nit. ;lvoit-Alder-hcommand, which com- small bit of butter and cinnamon. Put a week, and let us know. Richmond rft)Cii rraly crisinatlsg In prova held views as to the action of the female was a birthday gift, and how pleased and "there are conditions. I stipulate that if The IlOiK AMlStK'lPtUlM'l Wl'tHlfl DH.n tt"- nasal passages and you can stand so much of an old woman's pletes tho-- of England and Wale, has back into the oven long enough for the (1'fl.) Jltligiotu Herald. touched Auntie was! mind that she was expected to the true friend in need. It is ir.aittfa.nlneUs StrangAfter awhile she was trapped by another society, you begin at once to make this three regiments of cavalry, eight bat- sugar to form a coating. - JlHral Horn. But she illustrated instead the action of the safest assistant of nature In I iln the head. From A tramp stopped at a lionise in the repollin(rdisease,alwa'sartinsinhar- the female heart, for she fell in love with a long pause, and came to the rescue of-- her your home yon can easily drive to and teries of artillerj', a division, troop, and u; V v "nt It sends forth w i?utn sjvi on iuh lines jiv ' irom tne oince. Ann anotner nnn stray science lecturer whom Mr. Fairfield oeioven i monv with the entire human organiza- - ' suburbs oi Houston and said to the lady WFEVERM t ttj off nous Tirus along depot of rojal engineers, three comhad'forthe moment taken un. This fa-- - heart with pleasure," etc. That time she don't speak yet If yon should ever happen panies and "two depots of the tion "and bodily functions. It strengthA GUARDIAN CROP. lue memuranoas Haof the house, "Flense give a poor man d ir s ami throuRh tie ens the weak portions, it regulates the einator had. mamma savs. a tremendous received a china plaipie with exquisitely to marry, I should like to have vour wife jOT'iie orcans. cor transport corps, and seven t'lotrr AV1II llrtiisr Oooil I.ili'k, V.wh if it who is traveling and wlio is far away come, too that is, if I approved your forehead and long haiK and used lonir painted daltodiN. towels and kidneys, it oils up, as it 3ft the blood and ruf from home, a irille to help paj his exShe said, half laughing and half crying, choice." words aud wore sreen suectaclrs. lmt were, tho machinery of life, and cures line battalion. rr ucingnthertroub-Ictcm- c Is Not and danseroni "Will yon come, Hastel?" Charlie said. Nora 1 may call her that when she was tliat she wouldn't open her mouth again when all other remedies have failed, . penses." "If j'ou haven t got monej Taken altogether, there arc ihus in jn;ftv-n- . & One of the leading objections to a to pay vour nu streteneJ out ins immi towards me. such diseases as Impure Blood, 1'oor orn unu ieeii i ,mt sue UM1- . .vuiinger iimn i am now s&. why do voa of England districts I trained to ndore ininil. mill hi. tbnnwhf nil .. Mr. Howe road...the whole of,,"Mire.s Digestion, Weak Kidneys, Sores, . .HVU3..K Crtnn Jlnlra Is a .. ...in a said:slipped mine iHto Aaat Nora s. and tho nine nuliian regiments of cavalry, light "Hul is it inability to retain soluble travel?" she asked, in astonishment. and Wale- - twehe Aches, Rheumatism, etc. It quickly "If Aunt Nora wants me." that cranium meant very much niirirt in- - ' nary, enumg witu -- preuy mams an u.SA. f rrrrt diagnosis ot , especially wheu applied in Taut S hiftin . fertiliser--- even divisions of batterie-aTlien Charlie checksdecny of the towels and kidneys, deeil. Just as Mr. Fairfield discovered thai 'row." around the table sitv-liv- e tr:sa:"case ana canoe ma'Ti' : 't Miaine on von all;" exetamieii Aunt and kissed me. and Uiat is how we were en- - artillerj . a divi-iod'nended upon. BOcte. Herr ProfesMirwusa hniiilrtiir. hi nli di. and gives the sufferer from debility and , troop, and fourteen (pmntWes siitlietciit for the production g covered that Nora had run away and mar- - Nora, at la- -t "have you forgotten your ' gaged. We have lieen engaged all dav, companie- - of engineers, about a dozen of a cereal crop. Nitrate of oda, for was first attempted rraU rcc'sf'r-dwasting diseases a new lease of life. . y mail lucts. Elt Pamr'eW e t barht hapinne-- s. oia jioiner iioo-e-r rled linn. t3TI)on't let your drugKist pcrsuada 'ami it seems nge-in California nineteen years ago. The Kcjs, brogtst-- , Owe,r,..T. eoinmi-sariand example, leaches, through the loo-- e i,ow we saouswi ana ciappen, as sue was says I accepted Aunt Nora, and I say of compmiie- - of the .uaiiuna --nys that his wrath na- - terrible. you to use a remedy of some other name. following j'ear about 1,MK) boxes were batHe hail lo.--t not only his sister, lmt A sm1- - lreseHted with a framed photograph, a cour-leeause it was -- he who made the transport corps, and thirty-eigon having earth, and rinding it- - way into the made, andtbe industry has rapidlj pro- - GILBERT K1FG GG.'S Insist Dock andDr. Cuysott's Yeld He seemed to turn to stone, ami he ' groopof the twenty MHr litUe girls she has avowal. Bnt if our wasn't talion- of infantry, or about -- ixtj' Sarsaparllla, and low o her house Saturdays to leain orthodox or love is. I knr that Charlie natural or artilieial drainage channels, gresfled. Ten years ago the" crop made a will, giving everything except a of all ranks. take no substitute. neeille- - work, a branch of odawtiou so w the moat fewthou-und- s fellow in the world, (his father had left the es- of the army in is soon carried out of the oil, and away amounted to about 40,(KX) boxes. This DRESS LIKINGS. The average and I am so glad that his father takes after tate to his sou) to a cousin, Mr. Alfred ' neglected. sh hiuients, in school year the crop is estimated at 200,000 (THE XEV FABRICJ Scotland wa- - la- -t year only a little over from the crop in need of thi day- -. him. He is Charlie's father. Charles FRESH FLOWERS, MEKCnA5TS AXD DRESSMAKERS LIKE A as the game west, I and there - reason to plant food. It is npon the-- e light, boxes. All the time, used to rlaim cousinshipwith me alioat When the June rwes bloom. I am to go three thou-au, . . . CLOTH where great strenifth U combined wltn a sort ' "eemeil toitgne-tie.again and again com-t- o to the homestead to live with Aunt Nom. believe that Major General Macdonald's leachy oil- - that clover play- - its . most the sixteenth. I should say it wns. I tutrtl fin Cnl'li. Tliey also, if tcey want thelr!Iks toglTe FnEsn Flowers is th" title of a most beauOn cabbage A". Y. AVrtWVr. late, when 1 knew like Charlie. lut I will never, never like ig tf he loJut ja.--t North British, command doe- - not now important role. This plant" ha, a vW atSodus,ojening a big Xouud thatgrown satisfaction, mould recommend for linings tne tiful ana Attractive little Sonjr Book for the. likea, b,e. I ilul manage to speak X. Y, it vat withthe son of such a father, and when henp- - theporm Sovereign "Twills, younfrer children Jn Sunday Schools, or tho and iiftlcietit area ol in an outside een come up to thai. number, the force root ' up when they gave holds him in it. too ! Eoyal Swills, Infant Cl.ss. Ihs. Emma Pitt.-thcovering of COUNTRY HOMES. Iwtng represented by one cavalrj compiler. Is widely known and celebrated foliage to manufacture all the crude leaves wore tightly embeddedlarge, thick Improved Itoyal Twills, ,rhD" we ctl" " ". ",rhH But I'm getting my stoiy ail bigjrletv- thlrty-jiv- o v aMv.othat: iatiuit:anhlui..n p ' Gav Twills. for Bones and Hvrnnsfor children, whom ehe one battery, and a division of ar- materials gathered from the oil into a small and almost" perfectly round cabpiKgletv. Tlitn thiol hnv.wrltt-nntHmt;- ) More thnn TO liriprht Satin Merveillenz T wills, thoroueb'f undl rstnnd Several sid "iihakesiMwre'lwtljOald Solur -- UKs.tlflt4 ItHatlw til I'ranirt tillery, and .tw.i infantry naltalion-- . nil hnieu'I aes ago. when Aunt Norn form to contribute to growth Any bages. Another one contained tvvcntj-scve- n Groa Grain Twills, ones, such as IJttle Lamb." " bnowfiakes," l.uildlitKs Ih the I'oiintr.y. v '"Juliette," aihl o I won. As Charlie she is sixt. wasvouiiK, and Satln.Cla3Sig.ua Twills. In'the three military district- - of Ire- manure of the most oluble kind, "Uttle Samuel." and "Child rent-- Sheaves." She was married just a ear when the handed me a bunch of delicious lilHhBTiuc i There ha- - lwen.a great ehangfe forlhe land, small cabbages. N. Y. Sun. Nothing babyish. All In jrood tnMc. An Many a has been condemned becanso tne comcommanded rcsjiectiwly by Major caught up ami changed into a hiun-elroses, lie Mini iu an Hmiertoue qui mon felLKslA or a poor waist lining lias been used. blew abundance of Pictures. 23 cents. 52.40 per ui w'ith his cheinie ! better in farm hmi-e- s Vou should also asfe for tne and eonntry ('cneral Knight, Major General Lord eomparatively indiible form. The dozen. als, aud -- he came back to the homestead a uoriug our jMage at arms "111 083 MassachuMiss FLomeNCB Abbott, poor little widow of eighteen. naiMiv rair. liazei ruses where tneraie i home- - iu -- ome jiartsof the count rydur- - Clarina. ami Major General Young, the ckner plant becomes a guardian to any setts Aye., Washington, D. C, writes: "I BLACK PRINCE TWILLS, MINSTREL SONGS-O- LD & NEW. enough already:'' aud he looked at mgso Her brother kind of forgave her, and took we black, -be . have suffered long from an asthmatic cough A lothTIONguarantee towl'l fast change,and that can It Musrier oi a eeiunrx-- tnt force show- - a decrca-- e iu trength com fcitih.ing material that iiikv he neither not her in: bat it wnt years, mamma sav, be- that I r4t my cheek turn from pink to IH? I,M -- oil. loo-- e paroxysms. The Red Star be made o CROCAClDb a perfect suclortu-nat- e awrage with M- -t j ear, when the Another and painful The largo sales show this to le to a KinthebLK.HTtbT DKGREE. fore he would quite trust her. At last be iiiiri4e. Vou I j tiHie i till iicvil i'HHigh of ehange for pared nnd each rard. representing cess, and no wondi r' Xo brighter or mown thou-unTlie characteri-t- h of thi- - plant CouKU Cnro gaye ine wonderful relief. I "and winyardn.our Initials on"4 it "Euoush is enouith then:" I -- aid, aate . the letter iu nixiiv ilireetions in farm wa-- about twentj-foii- r 1 did no piece of petrifaction oaihl forever so H tho.: O. paroxysms on. allotherSLeat goods are an Imitation. yd., and for musical melodies were ever brought together Look over the island L it- - continuous growth through- have not ben troubled with force now resist Aunt Nora's swoetm. There thev full v. nnd warsl the ilower- - khuv. "TTiBt. JioM-than thOM? of the hundred PLANTATION. MIN- he none others are genuine. O.& M. on the since." All.-te mv rel' dre-i- '' I , STREL and JUBILEE Sonj-- here collected. lived together ever -- iuce till last veaf, deep piak quarrel-wit- h remti frMii cities and large eompri-e- - --i regime it- - of cavalrv, out tin' whole a-on. It - a U. 1. IHIUUlX, IVesldeut. world mujm them". Accompaniments far ,lXt "ef;'h,x,l' l,y"X "hen he died ; towns. There i.-- no rea-o- n simI two division- - of why the thirteen batteries fdanttiooUy newspapers. the fact Is In This adTer ana there nro the droll ;B fBWiie,Bs n irtures unng intlnzs " TJf -- -- To-m- ht three-fourt- hs ! H mim . bj-so- fs&iiiPifliyK. - -- - V. -- to-s- ed KOftd-niu- bt -- -- wln-pc- Hv-hiz- ," be-iri- e, lrau-porl- "E'OiEfc SlBMan BE Wk-edAte- - -- tent-shajK- 'd s op be-id- es -- fro-st- Blt-tcr- ir out-ld- c. -- good-morni- be-id- es -- in-i-- ea-te- rn ts foot-tep- e lo-t- it-el- f. Red Star foUGHURE jmh-hi?- corn-cob- -. -- -- 1 al -- i s- h, I ' 1 b, v. heln-you- . -- -- -be- I , " ' u " iM-a- t' es ; ! Be-ide- s, lf ' i -- ', - vile.poi-onou- , -- si-t- er , di-lri- ct of . - I " lt; "flower-de-luce- ," fea-turcja- rc at Magnolia Balm I home-distri- ct hou-cho- ld ru-k- at er -- I foot-hol- d, j d, t, a be-id- e- eMahli-hmcuk- ?, i- ot illu-trat- e. e orn-wori- u. ' ! commit-snriat-an- ms Frr?ar . 'riv'c anti - ; . I IHr-r.viM- l. j i i exiH-nsi- s - 7 -- m I ( ml n, . Raisiu-lMakiu- Wl or at e. ht ji-r- love-maki- thou--fUi- , i nowa-Fairliel- d. ! I ar d. i- 1. ta-- o -- I regi-iniet- it, to-da- -- f . l- - FER-Sl'J- It -- s d. i- well-e-tablish- N -- s fc - People thought thnt of emr-- e he hud Ch" rife H,lly laid the ro-"" a h.Hild not enjov the'eom-Itefot- e aside, and changed his will, but it seems that he forts, if not ome of the lnune of the I came up tain,, I went into ih didn't, o Mr. Alfred FairfMd is to have nil Auut Nora's projiertv. I don't so much iwrlor and got them and now they lilltlie j age. We would not advi-- e i with the smell of summer. mind the money all money is alilci - lmt ganee in farm bu hlings. but we think , ,... the Huiirt-thera never was and never .,,,.1 !.. JUU'l.lii- -l mcvmrn nvuvunu. iJ..,,. . - ,. ,fll3 Ctlll,tl ,...!F,i. fit's !....... .... flV UI. l...i.I.l It li..iiur i.:... ,..!:..,, , f r.. V. T. .,t v i ttIIU 3 ' will be another such delightful ld place,! nii int nun laming .luui ,vrt iui. It dOOS not tolloW why I inis-e- d mv tractive s IKIsslWe. I Uie sitiiii'-rnoTlmt's such a rambling, gabled lmu-such mwiis and groves nnd barns and orchards. (). it usual "after the ball" gossip with her:" I flint a lnme -- hotthl be of high eost to to Charlie. is cruel, wicked, preposterous! To think of diiln't even sn z attractive, for iiihiiv a modtt eot-- 1 so stupidinttie ta am her being evicted by that Washington that I j H mon. than ome absentee, ju- -t as though he were an unpaid jrame. Papa thought Id cnitshiue them all. nJa,. I did mauaee to cet this bit of asien that landlord. People here him I he home Mioilld Ik- - the mo-- t attract rather stood in awe of him as a simerior hamrs limn aud forlorn from mv button- being but I alw ays thought it verv un- hole. I could not easily miss on Tennv- - tive and happiest place on earth. If it natural for him to leave Charlie here' to go sou's "Farewell:" be made o, iu iiiliuence will bu felt by to school, and now to set himself np in law hiver. "Ami here thine of the family, aud by hull liiim the beo And here by just as though he belonged to no one. Still, none more than by the children. In Forever ami forever. leop)e say they are very fond' of each All the time Charlie was banding the planning to build, one -- hould elect a other. Ut course he owAr to give the whole thing up, bur the year for settling sprig to me he was complimenting uiis-I- e suitable location on good high, drv soil, the estate is over, and he evidently means r'lint on her of trophies. where the cellar will lie free from damp-ne-s- ; to keep it. O, I should think Charlie would bonie one said that ivoem wa- - too --nd to away from -- wanip- and -- tagnan die of shame he would if he were the choose from, but Mi-- s Howe snid a bit of splendid fellow I ned to think him. aspen was too rare to Im? neglected. Then water, where the drainage will be good; Mr. Fairfield made a great show of ' Charlie said they might have taken the and. if po ible, where there will be a searcmng lor a later will, but people say aspen in good outlook, ami yet not too fully e now it was only to ease olf the tirst in- "ITnee rtain. co. and hard to please." d to the cold winds of winter ; not dignation. Every one is indienant. for One didn't too remote from the highway and in a I know he meant it rich and jnxir dote on Aunt Nom. She need to lie very hard forme. to please to liears it like a saint her brother's word seeing him so lordly this evening. dislike good neighborhood. Having made mtcli was always law and gospel to her. Whnt a pity there a selection, a plan for a hou-- e should be George Howe said it a strange, lieautiful life thev lived toj;cther wasn't something about was and obtained that will provide for comfort he hnlf buried in his books, -- he divided was all an attract! w appearbetween him and the little world she drew somebody snid the fitrh snip of a out of and jet pre-cHa7el Frank and around her. Mamma says she has had Simmons s'aid: "Hut that the witchery." ance. not The liou-- e should be -- o placed, if dozens of beaux, but she "had hnd enough What did I care for their noiisen-el- '. of marriage, and atoned for deceiving her a to have the miii in the living No moral thee my -- tcp- shall to, brother once by her life's devotion. And room. It should not be over two nnd Forever and turcver." this return for it. It is so like her dear, unselfish self to have her voting folks' Lateiu Rather I ma say earlier, for it a half torie- high, so that there will birthday party when her mourn- is nlmostmoniiug; still I will write another not be much running up and down stair-- , ami all planned for the grcnte-- t ing is so fresh and last thing- - are so sad. page if I can. She says it mustn't he a sad gathering, Just a- - I stopped writing there came the convenience of tho-- e who do the houseoniy one more aiiiieo to mo pleasant mem- - lightest tap at my door, and when I opened 1h well built, back ories of the old place. There won't be it there stood Aunt Nora. She had on her work. It should and covered with sheathing dancing and the iisunl frolic onlv music palm leaf dres-in- g gown, and her nightcap e e before the walls nnd talk and games. The Flower (Jame is edged by a row of little but paper to be the event of tlie evening. Mr. and t she looked a beauty all the same. are shingled or elaplioarded. and thus Miss Howe nnd Charlie have the charge of "You liauzhtv chilil." she snid. "to be im made warm for winter and cool for that. I begced Aunt Nora not even to in - ' till this time o'niiht. I was rare I heard Munmer. Tne roof should be -- hingled, vite Charlie, but she is so forgiving, and ou stirring." or not according the she is so foud of Charlie. How can. she le "I am glad you are come," Isaid, "you and painted owner. The rooms tohould . e - r of the now: will r Ilie up a bit. i m nen adih rora moves into me ntu" I am sure of it." she said, briKUtftv'uiit roeliirirircnottsh for comfort. and all , cottage from which she can see the old nrsi iei us menu ine lire." .ilie sleeping room-- i it is trees 1 dare sav Mr. r airfield will cut When a fre-- h log was blaiug, and I had butter to have a bathroom and furnace, them down) I should like to go and live lieen wrapped iu mv fur cloak, she said: with her,, if it were not for dear papa and "Charlie staid behind the others liecause hot anil cold water, aud, when one suvs i am uer uearesr niece. hejhad a letter to give me from libs father. miming water in t n house. The cellar iiiHiiiimt. and she is my dearest aunt. To lie .sure I Hlfmade him stop till I read it. and then it should be eight to nine feet deep and. if have no real aunt, but it would be the same s so late aud cold that I kept him for the a furnace is put in. brick partitions u 1 had forty. -mcui. i put nun in ms uncle's room." was so impatient to gel oir, that I (Charlie has alwa s called them aunt and should be built o a- - to provide a cool dressed early. I have on mv crim-o- n me- uncle, though they are really second cous- milk and vegetable room. rino, lnamufa said it was nicer than my ins), "becau-- e that room was warm, as I The hou-- e -- hould not be painted g blue silk for going into the was there a beginning the packing. white, but of some neutral tint more in country, aud there I am to upend the night. Charlie is almost the only one I could will- harmony with nature. After the houe Just to pass the time I came to my journal ingly see occupying my "brother's room-.- " - built. "the grounds hould be -- o graded to write nliout Auut Nora. It will be a I thought she" meant to give me a a- - to -- ecure a lawn, large or small, with without nn end," I guess, for after iu forgiveness, aud remained mute. "story walk- - with tree, there will be nothing morepleas- "I wish yo would read that aloud," she suitable driwwa.v-an- d aut iu i.u. ;aid presently, handing me the letter she -- brub- and Mower-- . All this being done, Hark! there are the sleigh-lelland bad held iu her hand all the time. This is we naturallj' look the house, and mother is.ealling me. what the letter said: here we invade the domain of woman, At the Homestead Miuxicur. Aunt H- W with her innate love for the beautiful. Nora told me to go to bed aud to sleep, but Mas. Non ruuFiixo UosV.NfR.ixs: leant, uyneatl is too full of the evening, Dkiu Col'six The jcar allowed for- the Though we will not even -- nggest what Ulcnieut oft on1 brother's ostute ha- ex -- hall bo placed aim i leei uamueu ny gnots ot AUnt .Nora's the house, except past, but still more of her future. . When I pired, and the will, or who-- c 1 still do not po iblv a good supply of plants, wo feel found. It hereforc got here this afternoon I had a chut with to inform haw Aunt Nora, and told her bow I was fret- wishhoinesie.ui joit that ttlu deeded toyoii Hire it will be made even more attractthat and . all I. tlie With -- ueh a ting, and she said with a sad. sweet smile: 4Mw, "' -. ...1 m? nn . w ...!..... ....l tvitlt ive than the outside. . J I ..., tiTl. ...... isn't such a bugbear at sixtv i willed to 'mr " have '....a iMilllf'rilIllul-- i' ' '. 1. i.:..i. .lchivr,l uctlnn. Iirmmir noilie. wini-1n nui ..uuii- as It is at nineteen, iny dear." Hut good that the of a later wifi uouhl on- - . :.. .,.. ., v iiiii.lliirfnt iniron who lmis .. or what - your In gracious, she may live to In? ninety her tlrm ou in po r l, urandfather did. Think of thirty or eyen law ana cqii.u. and I till hopo hi t.,siue-- t. - the countrj ought to lie happj. that umi lo mv own ilreti iiwtiv from uch u hohie thev twenty years' ex'de from the oulv home she .. ..1,,.... .. tV,,L t,..L ,l(.ti W .1. knew, with the exception of that tlcaruiid ,1 . jl f ., .'Ann .rZl. .I.... I... Allow me tlmut; you for otir kin.l- .i..ij..i..r..t ..,. ....... ,1. Ti .1 l.,.:.. me Buniu iroiessor. 1. ne-- s to my Iw.y. 'Snwe hi- ,iiii ""- ' I"" " '". inollier- - ileatu feel like a caged thing beating against -. in desire will be to return to it or -- ecure the ban, of wrong that I can't right, hut left me hoincles- i ha . round We think for onlj hurt my wings. I irill think or on" !ikt' other thiugs, and may be I'll get sleepy. in wierttiw eiicjuni'Tpit hi stiekinsrto the "id farmer- - often make a great Ah, tbU dear west roomit is called town, the oM tr vinK and iuioitiiig m old; noj tuaking their home- - more n I hope i , , 'Hazel's room' because I am so fuud-n- f it , to return to end tin uole aim aiu.11 int. ,vl.n 11 couiu oe duysnund and to think that 1 shall never go to it outli and hiill cAect you to welcome m'c'back 'u- - a neigh-- ' done at comparatively little expense, after those usurpers take iKissession. bor. Helfevei.ieyouisslni.on-U- . y'0 do not expect that the farmer in I'd like-t- photograph it the high bedstead, its curtains say with im. settled As I finished as -t "i'touH Aunt Sora Red R'ner Valley or in .spar.-el- y possible birds and flowers and lieasts of the unfolded a document that she said was the region- - can have all we have -- poken of, dragon family. The window and dressing-tabl- e in the but are there not many tliou-anhave the. same hangings. One hns l,fd. to look into the mirror through a hole of drapery it is like spying one's self iu n work of niprovement has been 1 think thelirstcoherentthing was, ' deep pool surrounded with bhniblierv. Char Churlie will never forgive gun: let it go on until our rural homey For my part I'd like jnore looking-glas- s fill"1 bull L,. ...A.l.. so attractive !... the and less upholstery, especially after what es, he will," she said. ilwIdtUlv. j children will be glad to remain at home Charlie Fairfield said about niv color tbix How do you knowJ-Alhe say sol" Vfalsg. Well I might have color, feeling all bo made contenleu and nappy. "He said ns uuicli-heta great deal and my ligh-rldes ---, artillerj-- , two companie- - of engineers, 1 eti-aH-ro- n four of coinmi ariat and transport infantrj' Imicorjw, and twentj tation-, or fotir battalion- - le-- s than la- -t compound-- of nivaluable and trogen arc mo-- t abundantlj' formed in .the oil during the hot months of ; -- that eceedinglv At t In d. shudders whenevA wickku er his wifttaHks him if he would like to have some iHinipkin ie. milk-dealer 'rment printed 24 8 6 Piano or Urgan. 52 plain, mid-.-umm- er & e, I J good-nig- winl -- ht . pl,.rt-antho- me -- ed "....'.' even-membe- year. The channel k e- - three batteries of artillery and two battalions of infantrv, hIkhu two thousand officers and men." Imlia absorbs a very largo portion of the lh'ilish army. nearlj thoii-an- d c of all arms vi., s'lMj-nin-- ? r tht-s-- e -- - -- lap-fu- ll I I ; i po-e- witch-hnao- l; nt pos-ibl- e, is-h-is -- to-nig- , j pla-ter- ed curl-paper- s, on-th- out-id- , " i j cOc-e- ta-t- -- up-stm- .. ... 1 po-sibl- c, 1 sleigh-ridin- to-d- i- -- le.-n- ou this-part- y s, iu-i- de I -- l in-;- de a-j- et e.vi-ten- ce do-pil- ir, I tm - ..-- 1 i, 1 m-i-t- i 1 - ni i- clul-llouev- er ut mmlK-nvl.'- ,,-- u 1 . ,.. Zhtim&?Sj$ y-rin I ul"!;l -- '.!!.. ke ! ! mi-ta- eomfort-professio- j -- 1 o four-post- ed l- I , j anVSfc d- iiid i " be-Ch- ar M WMk4-teiyaothf- n-ref said e. ftbcutYOH." if yfjyi 'ait. , with time the cereal crojs arc harvc-lethe exception of corn. If the field is bare, there - no doubt that much fertility - lot whenever a rain come- - to wash the soil of it- - richne . On the at thi- - sea other hand, clover tlouri-bson, and guard the -- oil from thi- - loss even regiment- - of civalrj, from nitrification and leakage. A large Hengal. forty-tw- o battcrie- - of artillerj, a com- jiart of tho fertility is stored up-- in the leaves and -- terns, and goes into the pany of engineer.--, and thirtj'-on- o but an equal portion ha- - remained battalions of infantry : Madras, two stubble, cavalry corp.-- , sixteen batteries of artil- in and on the soil as root-an- d lery, a company of engineer- - and nine and will become plant food for the next , battajions ot mtantrj: nomuaj-- one crop, through the low processes of decavalrv corp-- . nineteen battcrie- - of cay. In other words, the clover plant a large quantity of ferartillerj'. a companj of engineer--- , and has nine battalion- - of infantry: total caval- tility from a verj -- oluble condition, into a stable -- tate. readilj held by theleaehy rv, ten corps: artillery, seven battcrie-- : engineer-- , tfiree companies; The compounds of nitrogen, battalion.-- . infantry, forty-nin- e acid, that have and Iu the We-- t Indies England has a been removed in the hay, should find artillerj', their way back to the -- oil iu the couple of batteries of garri-'i- n and, bcs'ulc- - a line battalion, -- ome barn-j'amanure. The long conto colonial corps. Canada ha- - three bat- tinued experiment- - at Hotham.-tcwhich farmer- - can not be too frequently teries, a enmMiny and eetion of engineers, and a line battalion: and referred, show that a clover crop reBermuda two Imtterios. Iic engineer quires three time- - a- - much niirogcn for companie-- . and a battal'on of infantry. its growth a- - does a cron of wheat. In .Alalia has -- even battcrie- - of I5riti-- h the face of thi- -. the experiments j artillery, two companies of engineers, al-- o teach that clover is beu- four Hue battalion- - and the feneiblc ar- elieuil a- - a crop to immediately precede tillery; and Gibraltar. cen batteries, one of wheat. In explanation of this four engineer companies and four line apparent contradiction, we need to rebattalion-- ; while Cjpni- - - garrisoned member that clover not only husbands by the headquarters of the Tirst We.--t the fertility .of the but gets it into rtent and ii company of engineer-- . a place and condition to specially favor Irrespective of the force of irregulars the growth of the wheat plant. The organized in England for special field grain- - have onl a few week- - to -their growth, and no time to erice in Hecliuanalaud there are at the cape and Natal two cavaln corps V. food not clo-- e at hand. Thev (the Sixth dragoons and the ThirttfettTmt tho - a,jval tugo of gixwlng bu ars), four batteries of artillerj, twcjkgfe midsummer anil oarlv autumn, rniuutntion, the companies and a section of engineerAZTieu, through nearlj' live battalions 01 mtantrj' and earth has its large-- t ready supply o Mime detachments of the commissariat plant food. We -- ee good reason- - for a corps. At St. Helena lirm adherence to the old belief, that and tran-po- rt there are a battery of artillerj and some clover seed is the best manure that can engineers' infantrj'. be applied to a loo-- e soil. Let Us grow The We-- t African settlement- - and the more clover. Even if it - not Gold Coa- -t colony are garrisoned bj' it will bring "good luck." colonial corps but in the Mauritius America n Agriculturist. there are a battery of artillery, some engineers and three companies of lino Lightning in the Tropics. regiment. Cejlon takes two batteries of artillery, a detachment of engineers In the plains of India, at the con. g and a battalion of infantrj': and menccment of the monsoou, storms and the Straits settlements three which the lightning run- - like battcrie- - of artillerj, a detachment of occur in engineers and two line battalions. Lon- snakes' all over the sky at the rate of don Time.. three or four Hashes in a econd. and tlie thunder roars without a break for The Fat in the Fire. frequently one or two bonis at a time. twelve jeais1 residence in India Mrs. Miller i.s a very stout woman. Durinr of only two human beings, and, I heard At a distance .he looks like a water-tan- k I think, three building-- , being struck, at 0 n.truud station, she is the although in parts of Lower Bengal the biggest UfVan in Waco. She is verv population amounts to more than GOO to sen-itabout her corpulence. At a the square mile. I always attributed of accidents to the great oeial gathering he mentioned incidentthe. ally that -- he had been auflering from depth of the stratum of heated air next rheuniati-m- , but, thanks to the skill of the ground, keeping the clouds at such r, she was entirelj- cured of it. a lieMit thnt mo-- t of the flashe- - pa Dr. - a very popular doc- "from cloud to cloud and very few roach "Dr. llli-ti supported by the tor,"" remarked Frank (.'ooper. the earth. Thi-idHimalayas, at li.ooofcet ha- - a large pract"I don't think he fact that in'the ice."" said Mr- -. Miller. or more aboe the sea, buildings and "If vou are his patient he is bound to trees arefrequentlj struck. 1 have eoi have a tremendous practice," said more than a dozen pine trees which had been injured by lightning on the top of Frank. When Mr- -. Miller gives her soone mountain 'between 8,000 and 'J.000 cial gathering, it is safe to bet that feet hi,Th- - In the British Islands thunder to oe more dangerous "u Frank will shine by bis He stornisfare will be tlie most absent man in the in wiulcr than iu slimmer, and such a whole town. Mr.--. Miller is to mud fact, if true, can be explained by the about it that jIu is falling off at tho verv tldn stratum of the air then interrate of twenty pounds h iKv. TexeS, vening between tho clouds and tho nartbi-A'u- re. Sttlinaf- ii- and early autumn. e- hay-bar- n, plished in one of his immortal plays; but debte to nature must lie jwid on demand unless days of grace be obtniued through the use of Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical but Discovery." It is not a " cure-all- ," sore throat, bronchitis.asthnm, cntnrrh, consumption, nnd all diseases of the puhuoiwy aud other organs, caused by serorulc or " bad blood.' Scrofulous ulcers, swellings and tumors nro cured by its wonderful altei ative action. By druggists. dozen there is no excuse for snoring in A Sew Way to I'ay Old Wcbtn. Shakeapeftre tells how this can Imj accom- 1 liMLLA! ttte&Mjtm In CHEAP, STItONCS, eaur to ripply. Aoett not ru- -t or rnttle. Is also A .SUBSTITUTE FOR PU.STi:it, nt Hulf the Cott out-ln- t. the building. CAIlPCTs AND ItCt'S of sas, double ths wear of oil cloths. Catalogue and amp!e9"r. y. H.FAYtfc CO..Caniden,N fi 'UvS I j , I I j For Anniversaries and Gatherings of Sol' tilers, aluo isonjri and Hymns for Memorial Day. Like the book above mentioned, this is ,s. very great success, nnd everybody likes patriotic sonirs. A prcat favorite with the Grand Army, and with all who have been soldiers. Cted extensively in War Song Con per uozen. certs, uu cis. Mailed for Ilctail Pice. X.TOX fc IIE.VI.V, Chlcaeo. , the-brigho WAR SONGS. fi cioin. C. H. DITS0N 4 CO, S67 Broad-vay- New Tork. J. PIERCE'S IMPROVED CAHOON Whkn clothes-pin- s are only a cent a church. A'. Y. Journal. SffelBisiilg well known and eele-- 1 TX) Intrcxluo. en Ifrll the tnul-tlibrutal i(p,r ot the SEW TORK A n A VAN A CIOAR COMI'sy. liberal anangeroenU Kalabt or CoxKuwiot paid to the rizht man. For further particulars and terms jullrcs.1, at once, THE NEW YORIC & HAVANA CICAR CO. e 1 BROADCAST SEED-SOWEif - -- R! tran-iorm- ed pot-a-- h, Don't VWar Cnmbrnome Tnme when our new method without use of knifo i.s guaranteed to permanently euro tho worst case of rupture. Send two letter stamps "World's for references and pamphlet. Dispensary Medical Ass'n, Buffalo, N. Y. is not apt to be real," observes n philosopher. No, not you at it. if your wife i 97 Broadway, New York. rf'tt let fjS& - ' " ' pho-phor- ic " Slekp on a pillow-shacat-hes m 3.000 YOUNG HAVE MEN FOTJ-N- nl d, -- lixtrnct ot Dn. I'ikrce's Compound combines French Brandy, Jad and Camphor An nwD doorto nieeefnlbnslnellfe. EVERY maica Ginger, Smart-Wee- d lfUHIXESSin as hTCBEXT the ilercbant. agents for the cure thorough and TKAXSAerS asForfiillpartlcti-lar- s complete manner Water, the best possiblo life. dysentery or Trader or Banker In eiery day rokeepsle. eTorlc. of diarrhoea, cholera morbus, address hanman College, bloody flux and colic, or to wean up corns, Dr. J. A. Sherman is bow k nil fevers aud inflammatory attacks. office, St. Louis. Mo. f4M Bmart-WeeMsr-kelS- t.. EASTMAN COLLEGE ' H OTtJ-r- WrEOTKDCi- nsoiDCssT becn-to-w an sows wheat and all " "other train and prass seed. Does the worlcof six men. Sows one acre of wheat In pulnx eighty rods. Does belter work than by any orher means whsierer. Agrnts wanted Trice 54. b-- nd stamp for circular. HOOX -- " J. WILDER & CO. GX'IIIL 1(II.'TS, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2HKmmKEiKK&7 A hot in a rural spelling school sat down It was probaon a word of onelsvllnble. bly patch. X. Y. Tribune. trMtunrr.L PTCKK lm darinsFfbruarr. cents. J'rin,c'PL,5 J' Ca.es before and after cure, ten -I, Y where b. U be 2T.1 Broadirar W.11 be there fe ' jrcrs-- r HAiRCRiMPERS . Pntoplnhandsomelydcctinitcdblned Best ever made, Sudden Changes of "WEATnEn are productive of Throat Diseases, Coughs, Colds, tc. Effectual relief is found in the ne of Bnow.x's iJm. h. otsrs k?r,w4 -1- BI1RD JHJI5 HAnl Bronchial Troches. Z. K.talw l i.- -. v'.- .L. wa w. iZZJJZZ'uZ u smTu.. iirn. tl U n cover tin boxes, No. 1 tor FrIi2es.or. No. 2forlooo crimps. Try a box. Say which you want. OnlylOo box. Circulars free. Sent Mr S. E. N0I:T0NMS3 Central postpaid. Address la fall, Music Uall, Chlcaeo. ' . . CONSUMPTION. . rauiiB ict ay-ifaV(. Ur. ruck An exchequor j. retired baggage-maa- - XEW 1A"VS ; Of!lcerB, pay froin QOLDIERS cominlsions:leerterrelIeT- experience lsyears; laws. 3 success orno fee. Write for clreulara and Ohio. A."VijjrJiJlMlCl".bOX. Cincinnati. Hand-Boo- Dags. a ligh rope. "When n teacher advertises that ho has vacances for two pupils, is one to infer that he is blind iu both ej'es? Golden Stkadt worik Walking on k FREE. PATFNTS 1. 8. A A. I. I.ACJFTT, tj n wp.ifi At' Tstr ! t TJIEATED at least twu-lhlrd- DROP! OAtCKAriIcrri7KE-S.no2aIIke,wlthFr- 1alttefflemey.thtlwl wndTVO logetnerwUhaVAM?AB!.i:Ti:i:AnfeKontlil!dlM u uur So any sunrerA yiTeexpre-sin, iis.1 a. clam.1. i. 181 lean et , ar ie lose tndln;hTebneared.In(lfeJ.otDOTTI.ES PREE, onri'mTUU I I hare a posltlTa remedy tor the abore dlseate ; by Its thoaiands of cases ot tlie worst 1 nd and of i PARU I CHntl TELEGRAPHY, O i- four-leav- ed Items of interest coupons Life. A gun and a bank cashier nro alike in &ae respect at least. There is always danger of their going off prematurely. stool iu disgust)" Look 'ere, Mister Auctioneer, this plaguey thing ain't no manner of use at all. I've twisted it round, and my old woman 'av' twisted it round, but feorra a bit of toon we can get out of it." -- a candy pull. The A "stuck" up affair-Judge- . Address and or HERE. Situations f iE.TixBito3.,.JanesvlIle.'lVl. SHORT-HAS- CANCER Treated and enred without the loilfe. luxiK ua inaiment senviree. laaress F L.POXD.M.D., Aurora, KaneCo,IU. j Ijruaranlee theremoraloC rREK symptoms In ten days. Rads of all ical relief from Bnt dose. Send for Treatise. Test'-- . montals.etc free: ten days treatment free br mall to all patients. U. II. UKEE.Y. M. 2., tlnncsajk. venue, Atlanta, Ueorzln. 5r -- 1 Lent,aoc LlDliY i ilOUUEAvtmrn. e Jiaim. IViiere iguoraiico is bliss, etc.: A fact. Part (who has brought back the 'music" PARSONS' no nae my ecnaU practice "In BLOOD PILLS : . Ilon-Kon- PoalttTclr ejire S3 POISON;, and Skin Diseases (ONE Ball for yemfcle Complaints then PH1 PIU, A DOSEt. I and them avaluabla CathartlsandlaTrr Pill.Tor Dr.T.M.Palmer.Montlcello.na." I use no other. J. Sennlson, J&J).. UeWitt. lowt" Sold everywhere, or cts. in atuaps. Valuable Information gRFF. 1. 8. JOUI'SON & CO., BOSTON, sent br UA98. Btlloosness, and all LIVZB and BOWEIi Coraplalnta, MALABTA. . -- A Western editor has spent six writing a book entitled "How to Test Glue." An easy subject to stick to. One man iu Germany has made nnd sold three million thermometers. That's what you might call inakiug money by degrees. Yonkers Statesman. What n queer name for a lamp!" Enlalie "What name?" Algernon "Iu the window we Just passed is a new kind of lamp called 4lhe Sweetheart.' I can't imagine why it should have sucha name." "Perhaps, dear, it can be turned very low," A', i. Indrpemlmt. birds on them or alwaj-- s the same. DAIRYMEN "Ann ins Humeri FARMERS C HOQ DISEASES.-- Th Jheuld Becnlytha ''Arm and Hammer" brands brand Soda and Saleralus is used with great tor uieanmgano Keeping Milk pans Sweet and? success for the prevention and core &I HOO me Best Tor ailrrCKOLERAandotherd.seases. viean. u tf55SEJ5 Household is Purposes. ?ijQjW. Mix with the animaTs food. j and -- ne -- -- Algernon" JW!MI "ARM & HAMMER BRAND" I To instire obtaining only the Arm Hammer" brand Soda xfe Or Saleratna. bur it In "rmnnit r ilf " nVI.1i betr our BMseaad u Inferior Roods are soinetlmes rfM.. for the "Ana Then bought In bulk. Ask fw the "Arm Hammer" SALSODA rwir-n fwvfWisr -- tra.le-mar- k. raerlOT-i- d robst-tnte- d mi Hsjs. (WmHJ SodaJ.' k 6ranJ llli-te- - er i- ea 2o matter whetber bonnets have little , m-t- FOR the amount of bill la .V. Y. Herald. Navy Clippings. and that m c R. U. AWARE THAT tho best and cheapest, quality considered? Lorillara's Climas ?lnf IvarlnV red tin foff;tMtlortBJ11 LorilUrd'mi l.fflnB cut r thatSaBr. lorHlardl ; njt Pnor. Pepper ito the class in history): "How long did the Thirty Years' War last?" Sammy Salt "About four years, sir." (absent-minded): Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than en, and used more and most morcTcyery I ab-enc- e. The story of a teamster's life is nearly always a tale of whoa. The Judge. A kino around the moon is a sign of rain. A ring around a gill's tiuger it also a iiga of rabro Plilndflnhui Call. 'Poaitively tlie Sett A.N.K- - E. AFHTC ObtllOi A.. - Made only by tbeN.T.A HaTana Cigar Co, way. N.T. ASKTORir.; year. 1019 aasr Ssb lassM naj- y !! tm 7 d4-Jl 1 -- - 'c' tssfSE: l-- jp,1B m xm-.m- L r .. f7.; , ,W : v v r. iti , 'v ' .i "'sisiiz' - Z - " tsu-- - 4 RfeC-- j AJLUgWP lrt. Far Slate Senator. " LOCAL NEWS. manding certain repairs and im nSiSiftpvpSil oT authored to announce JA COB provements. Judge Campbell ' Lamo Ware y your he Lsluls SuecUnen- .. , ,. . . muuu CjUlUU hUlTUGRIiniiD as lOlllti.T. line iu icmiv ""-.- 'f .iSgUtWM of SSS JSn . XTrfK I'nillllV flh the ln . . IT,, limf fl w.. b... ... . vy.n.o 7"nnn u pun ,, the Purelmse y ." r" T. " T late M. C. YaugUan. . r ;ig6 oommiueu. to thereiarge uy,4 u ::irri" one.,enmitiPR.' nwish u. u...t ..:. i u n wou.u, in aw, aim tiieir failure or neg-- t For Jailer. uij 'T'lfrvC? lft Cn in An D1l1.:n..i;.ng ll.nm ro- - Uon vo iiiiuiiuii, iiiuui mo uiiiirunu-.rnfc" i" " in We are authorized to announce i. of the most nrmniiiPiit. i.npfc of nU"" " hi:",:; V. WALLACE, as a candidate tor we miuuuneiii ; ana uesides timely t. ftflirillr , .:. office of Jailer of Hilton County. Elec . : luiner shows real . ...i r .1 J 0l ,naKe economy, on the principle that a tion in August next. TV " 'L " H,t" " .u,u class, and We are authorised to announce JAMES stitch in time saves nine, &c. Tn L?t L P. TAYLOR as a candidate for the office suc, matters public officers are U?"V ,' ,elaxs l0 y.ini'y lt "u-- i tl,,s can "c easily remedied, county. Election iat eXjiected to niUiircf.t the 8n10 ff0'n,a Monda, in August next. lS care in protecting buildings from s"Ppst to',.Icoi;,e ? nro11,,b,tn,S "'0 Weare authorized to announce JACOB decay and damage as thev wonlil l "m,,B .at Iar8c ot sheep, goats, HLVEBTOOTH " ?Tfor toward their individual property. j The grand jury of this county Convict made a special report as to the condition of the court, house, do-- ' .. . i ... Labor and Gravel Roads "..veryprop-lI i , M Evil of the Wmi Tho crusaders against tlie tobacco habit iuav find an illustra- 'tion to their purpose in tho death kirk at 0t "0U1 Xlck" Van ' ' .1 K"SS5 " i tt1",H -...-.,...-,- ...,.", in """"" ! "ji R " , :.' i ;." , I "'? "0 MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," 111 fi mill IlOUll Uiliiuil equirea but ,, stroke of the nun and a little printer's ink; to back up the e forscvm.ty.livejoavs.was s,nok.ola ""3,h more difficult mutter. Neneofnn-wouia.bmir rorr.lt. irliwh ili'nnil nil 1110' . WH,. ;g.nv ,?... "' cioininganu set mm on lire, irom tho'effects of which he died. He " "M tilft ni,iOBf iil,l.it.,t ,,f Uni " V,,,U,.M who keep inferior goods and wisl ." uouiiiy, nut eviuenuy mat goods, this is a good way for people siiortencd ins me. to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. He was married in 181-1- . and cast his vote for PrC8i(iont .Monroe, in 1S10, and voted for cverv 2? ? J, VIU 1MCK. "SIS 1 R.-f- Is BA ".' "," !" "'"r Deino-orjailerolljulto- fall Pt wiii&if THAT IS TDDB cignr-smouin- g n TEU GUARANTEE SCISSORS, just re ceived, PRICES" When Cleveland was is the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate S&-L0of this discourse, elected he greatlv rejoiced, and with first-cla- ss Goods. This is .the point and csccnce , , f t , c. ami mukes horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you k t bf know what good bURNITUREs, and perhaps you don't; if you want ", public buildings in imarce ui cer " ". . V .Mniuguration da v. "Old Sick" the test give me a call and 1 will show you. .. i l" s ' ,onu8 ll ,18 had been the life of all public tain oflicers. Diamond Sewing Machine, the n,.irnn,..,,iuS..Ai?r".'J."i.. A. estimated by writers on the sub- - measures in his c5unty for I am also agent for the light-runnis ...,..... 4 IUVPUMI..UKII t t,..lt tlll'ftA INAUGURATION lin friend. viloc nnll THE of a century; had succes- ladies 1J. line circuit uourt room, which J.-- ." : a "" . .,'"." "u -o N. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods; and will duwill cost only one or .two hundred "sively held all the county oftices; The dispatches report that more, plicate S3TL0 W PRICES.&z Customers politely served on short noin his younger than 150 ,000 people witnessed the ; repairing their fences would bu Id great wealth andyears he enjoyed tice. Store across the street from Holcombe's new drug store. spent it lavishly i inaugural ceremonies of President ' ," '. provements vrlnle thev their county roads by convict la- - in public works and charities. The .;" ' " Respectfully, .. Cleveland, and listened to his in are it. Wo don't believe the peo bor, and the raising of the stock old family estates became involvHe took the ple of Fulton county are going to mentioned could bo done with ed and are not yet settled, which augural address ' very little more cost than it is, made him "land poor," but did not oath of oifice at 12 o'clock, and de object to having their court house ,( comfortable,." ??uU l? of better quality prevent him from voting tlie his address from tho east kept decent and .... livered sucn l .. it ; ... an out lav of ", uniiKueuer prices wiin ,r Democratic ticket every time and v".. if .v i . portico ofthccapitol jU,,IV. ...A" force. This, ..... ir- - smoking cigars all liis long life hundred dollars. DO U1U1 l irn ji-- j lit Hendricks took the oath of court house building is rood, sub- - ff1""1. Buggesuons, wouiu maKc W22a va& ensj lor tne larmers ami give When Frye, of .Maine, pWgjLjK il the Senate to stantial, one of tbe he8t hi the!1' lTOLssovpr. ' tmum tituii (;icnci iu.iuo iu iiiiiu uu BouioJhcctious rcmaiJwJtMMii' iflfc: ' T . hMlMtjCkl.tW " Ul'l liP.T-- l ,,r j"-" staVir. wTo ebBtrTT .. SUCCESSORS TO "." nea il in tlin nirnnil iiininis """ .""- - tvttll lliG sscnate in spocial sessioiii hU it""biieu in mails in the mountains ot unsightly, and . danger- .- L. x aowr cracked,'. ... . &c, and then the Senate, Supreme ous : ana tins is saiu io .oe causeu ' tllft,,7 ".T mill jilsfi in t.lin iimiioi-- lucky, Senator Deck romanced "V" "7". . 7T '1?. ITOKTXJjSTE Jb r ., uuiniiuro, niu w fHU Court, Judges, members of Con- from WIIU Ul 111U lnnlrs ill tl.n AWAI "L "' umy see the benefit nirtbsuch that Kentucky paid more into the people of Federal Treasury each year I2X gress, Ministers, &c, lepaired to Uesides the court room, when laws, and so instruct their repre- Maine had paid altogether in than the a crowd is present, DRUGS. MtDiriNES. HOOKS. STATIONARY, and School Hupplir. the front of the Capitol to witness anything like uncomfortably sentatives, that our Purchase last half century. Not being Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DUUGCHSTS is exceedingly comities may be looked upon with strong enough to resist the adtho inauguration of President SUN DRI ES, PA I NTS. 01 LS ft miflit to 1)0 AG ESTS FOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. Cleveland. The inaugural pro-- ed so that jurors, witnesses, clients, credit by those who puss through vances of a club, Mr. Frye, sat them. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. down, and the subsequent procession and demonstration was!&cc,ouldallhoconifortablyseatcd, Yours respectfully, mob-hkceedings interested him no more. con4i. nf ii.n'aud thus avoid the .o...iet ;., .!." K L. MOORK.can be round al Dr. FARIS' Office, to attend night calls at Meorc S. Thompson. """ """'""; Louisville Times. fusion which always prevails when Lamlriim' Government. a crowd is in attendance. Witness Special IVotlce. A CAKI. es, &c, are brought here, and A. S3?H:CIA.3LT-YAll jersons indebted to the firm of Bon Circuit Court adjonrned Tues compelled to remain from day. to durant ii. Drewry, will please come forwarl To the Voters oj Fulton County. up in the court room, day, standing t!ay morning. at an early day. and make settlement. &c. The people of Fulton counOifice at E Coll wis' drug ttore Alexander Cracked Wheat, at Tho Fresh Oat Heal an J ty have too much pride to desire County office of jailer of Fulton & Maxwell's oldttaud. J. V. Rogers'. having become acant by such an arrangement to continue. the death of my old friend, IX. F. Hickman,BONDUKaNT & DREWKY. Kv., Feb. V2, iSsj. Moody, tho evangelist, is in OF MANUFACTURERS Tljomassou, an election will be A Great Discovery. Louisville. held tho 1st, Monday in August JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT Sir. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, la., Try .Rogers' Sugar House Molasses, the wite hs been seriously affected with a next, to till his unexpired term; MKNT OF BTffJF i""?X f best in Hickman. years, and this onrine coti?h for twenty-fiv- e and numbers of friends having The handsomest Line of Mens aiid more severely than ever eu.aiie naa caed nnou IUC to acuill take the Youths Fi.CIothinge.Y. poSi:iSl,, 1 feel it u,y w discovery, Iield for'that man has just been received and is on di.- s- In "rgea io iry vr. r.'i,o to the r ca 1, a lid, dul so, with most gratifying result,. The duty to play at Buchanan'. All the latest shades yery much, and hereby announce that I will make bottle relieved her and styles in Cutaways, Sacks, and Frocks. ,. T....riui Wn-.has absolutely the m.! Imnn in .mw.t ti;,,,..i pi. She second bottle so good health cured her. thn fmiv-icfor thirty wn,, an(1 taj,. . has not had wrews, Crais, CassimeVfa, &c. are to be ol(, fr5ell(is t ., . t j en. iivery suit custom made, and per VPflra" t,,e people generally between Trial Bottles Free at Moore & Lan- - "" fect u ting. Jricti cannot be duplicated. tins and election day. JiellCving Call and see drum'a Drug Store. Large Siro 31.00. Satisfaction guaranteed. tiiat 1 understand tne duties and We, also, keep constantly on hand the them. Judge W. G. Bullitt is appreciate the responsibility oi MEIKLE & ROELKER It is ProF'dcMlJOlrvo; nd, end as a candidate to repre- tho oflice, I say, if a majority ot Vice-Pie- s dent Kin !r:ck. now. sent McCrackcn county in the the voters of Fulton County feel Itch, Prairie Mangf, and Scratchei of next State Legislature. He is one willing to favor me with their suf Tery kind cured ia 30 minutes by WOOL-FOR- of the ablest and best informed frage, I will faithfully and honestS SANITARY LOTION. Use no mon in the State, and is too well ly discharge the duties of tho po i other. This never fails. known as a gentleman of culture sition, strictly according to the MALTA DOUBLE SHOVELS, Sold by, J. W. CO WO ILL, CULTIVATORS, Druggist, Hickman. Ky. and sterling integrity to need any requirements of the law, and I CORN DRILLS, Ac. from-thpress. He is tho trust to the praise Cleveland took tho oath of author of the idea of working con- good people ofsatisfaction of the Call and examine our PLOWS and this county. HopIower cflice on a iiiiih given him by his victs by tho counties on the pub- ing to be remembered by all, I am, this market. than have eter been sold in mother. lic roads, and we presume is a can- Yours ltespectfully, OUT FOR THE LARGE DKAI.1U 1 didate largely in furtherance of Jacou Silveutooth. Scfstnrfl. tills idea. Another full line of Terry's UNLIMI I that date. cratic presidentialcandidatesii.ee QTT.A.ILiI'Tir W ng siil poceeis; A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Mada e have this liberal projiosition to make to our many friends and customers, and to all who feel the need of economizing thec hard times e propose from February 1st, till the middle of March, to offer our winter Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Gloves, Gents heavy Overshirts anc Underwear, Ladies Cloaks, &c, occ, al cost, for cash. " When ice say cof, ice mean cost, and that met ws loica- - prices than any competitor can off you, for our goods were bought by the large quantities and for spyt cah, and at the lowest margin possible. So come and price our goods and if prices fail to suit you, don't buy r.j ! . vv " -- - - three-quarter- ! I ii ivu-ituo- r, I "'"J wl '""'" '"i"" '". .:; -- jj)) Mi aiat' T. .. .tt, im v. liiim I .. PLAUT BROS. & CO., DE-A-IER- Who Made the Low Prices? -- xox- i i.ic. "'"' c L1L eOsiii W'Eannounce to our of I JteL Ji W B DPUKSCRIPTIOISrS friendsaml the public generally, thnt we have just reecrvf stock of all kinds of Furniture and solicit the trade of pnrties inking to buv.ttfWe can show all styles of Furniture in plain and fancv. Also, a fine lia ! HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. says.-"M- v Vtc propve to make our prices to .uit the spirit of tVe times. you need never leave our house to look for cheaper goods. "We You can pro-iose rcf-- t any retail Furniture a'ore in the ''Purchase. to sell Es atati W a Very respectfully, ,,'. c T. F. WILBUKN & CO. E5JS.ore rooms in new Odd Fellows building. we IoiTAll kind of Repairing done on short notice, and in a wrjtnianshhi style. are prepareu n give special muucemcnis as Also wi - Contractors and Builders of Houses. its Ptars Hickman, Kentucky. e THE OLD RELIABLE CUAS. A. 1IOLCOMBE, AND Our Stock is complete in all lines, and we will sell very 3ow Goods bought of us. r pri-ce- t. DRY GOODS, SHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, CAEPETS J. W. CORMAN, & CO. Mrs. Barker, wife of Mr. Alfred Barker, this county, died, suddenly, last week. We wou'd oU attentfon to the eautiful',he you Line of Revs and Children Clr.tl "K ?n i ui pny at ii liuennnans. m Jiiey are tne t Suits tob seen in Hickman, and piette-pniinnr tf OTfci if ii i n ifiiuiiu rnr cTMua fir ; " 1 " :":. ZJZ. They are beauties "SL Th"so price. war.tingchildrens clothing will find it to their interest to call and see them before . t- . I ; with low and de pressed. Fjilriu, 1ok of gvneral debility, tliar.rilprptl hlnnd went 'emiatitiitinn headache, or any disease of a bilious na lure, ny all means procure a bottle of tlec I ric Bitters. You will be surprised to see If you nre suffering Xcver Give Up. Head light .Flour, in half barrels, at J. W. RooniRs'. DRUGMIEDICINK, FAINTS laze :e IMTiW, P O U aitlw Drnmmer In Hoc at aiurray j TllO jli-mimi- says : ".Mr. - Murray News of Thursday .1. U. baildtlSKy, a frnm Loviiirrtnn lv r.wnft 3sr ssr rit escr i ptio yx ca r a f j l ', n&a: -- c jz&l s COM XbEDl & i iu"-TCeJ- f0"0 will be inspired withnew life: itrenKth and activity will return; pain and misery wl ceagej and henceforth you will rejoice ina. llie .,ra;e 0f Electric Bitters. Sold at . . a o"'eai oore & i.andrum'8, Drug Store. . -- preparing to leave our town yes terday morning, and Stepped into . . tlie IlOtCl OlliCC buying. I Senatorial fight still continues, and Money going hoggin.',' in there is no end in sight except the the Xcw Yo k market at a very adjournment of tlio Legislature, Another instance of the great lo'.v rate of interest. ccssity of taking the election of New York Buckwheat Flour, t J. V. RoaF.as'. U. S. Senators from Legislatures, and leaving it to a direct vote of Charles Reed was the people. Mayor of Paducah, Monday, by 801 majority, over Weil. Announcement. ne-a,r,Shre-electex-May- or Th dead-loc- k in tho Illinois Choice Fresh Clover, Timothy, Orchard Blue Grass, Herds Grass and Seed Oats, at J. AM BERG'S SONS. 3-w. There is scarcely any transac tions iu corn. The only price we hearo Tercd in Hickman this week is JO c Mits. New Orleans quotations 70 ct nts. on-e- hands for collection. Parties indebted to us, must settle at , or the claims will be put in officers Fair Warnlnc. J. W. CORMAN, & CO. 4L If1 , .was Governor of Kentucky at the Lowest. beginning of the war, died at his home, Temple Hall, near Harrods-burg- , Saturday. Illckmnu county Notes. Mr. Tom Merriwether, who From Clinton Uemjcnt.l Oliver Plows, one and two horse, Beams Complaint comes to us from Handles, Points, Mould Boards, Standards lives in Ballard county opposite Mound City, 111., InBt week went many farmers that the winter Bolts, &c, &o. to Cairo with a lot of pork. After wheat is greatly damaged by the Kalamazoo Plows, one and two horse, Belling the pork he was waylaid continued ot the trronnn. lower than was ever offered, "home or 12 inches, s.rUA.rnonoy. be abroad." Two horse, cuts bargain in S7.00 They say but a small - jry.ylagi tls lien One boree S4.00. Great these in this county. grown Plows, which are claimed to be equal to any Mr. B. D. Thomasson and Mrs. Mark Woodward died at Chilled Plows made. wife, who have been on a visit to Avery Plows, steel Florida, returned home, yesterday the family home, this county, Sun- horse, extras, &c. and cast, one and two morning. They were delighted day morning, of congestion. The Meikle & Co's. line of Plows, points, &a. with their sojourn in tho land of sorrowing husband and two orBlount's True Blue Plows, (Urie patent) phaned children have the deep 'world beaters," which never enters a conflowers. test but to conquer, leaving the field crowsympathy of the community. The name of Joshua II. Dodds ing with a town in Kentucky en- breeze. the blue ribbon flying in the Is is still being urged by friends as a tirelythere ques out of line of Malta Double Shovels, candidate for the Legislature. The tion around, debt! Hand the see if A full and Riding talking exchanges, and Cultivators, unquesnames of B. E. Walker and J. W. tionably the beat in tbe world. Well, it there is such a town or city. Mayes are also canvassed. makes us laugh, feel good, when we menHickman Courier. llllTnti Luinuuinriiiiiuu ii dui lii linui ujZ33 True Blue Plows and Malta Culti Cleveland paid his own railYes, there is one such: tho city tion theknowing, In our judgment, they are vators, road fare to Washington, declin- of Clinton, the Athens of the Pur- tbe best ol their kind in Amenoa. ing the free ride offered. Desir- chase. In addition to the above we have a full 8. COLLINS, Proprietor, ing to avoid the crowd, he managMiss Lelia, daughter of Mr. Da- and complete line of Farm Implements, Reapers, Mowers, Binders ed to arrive there at 7 a. in., when vid M. Johnson, was married at Machinery, &o. check and Clinton Street, Alexander & Maxwell's people were not expectinghini the home of her father yesterday Corn Planters, Sulky Breakingdrill; Vlleat the Old Stand,) Plows, $35; Drills, S50.00; until 4 p. m. afternoon at ! o'clock, to Mr. Corn Stalk Cutters, Hay Kakes, bulky and Revolving; Hay Tedders; Hay EICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Tbe Mississippi at. this point Scott MeXeal, Jlev. W. C. Sellars Threshers. Sonrhum machinery, He. Forks, officiating. The happy couple is very low, but rising some. All Field Seeds ot tne best, Ume, Salt, Ce the upper rivers are rising, but were iugiven a supper and recep ment. Plasterers Hair, Plaster raris, an the evening by the bride's Land Plaster. Try Land Plaster, it is a DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, nothing in reports to indicate a tion low stage parents, which was largely atten- world beater on Clover, Sc Poplar and DYSTUFFS, flood. The contiuued relatives and friends of ofwater for this season is very ded byWe extend congratulations, Cypress Shingles. Feed of all kinds for TOILET ARTICLES, 8 took. both. BRUSHES, SOAPS, remarkable. General trusting that their future may be Prices asassortment of Family Groceries PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. lowest for first cla-low m the The following parties were such as to them wisely mated. goods. The finest quality of LIQUORS .for Meconvicted before the Fulton CirDon't forget our prices on Flour. Fancy, dicinal purposes, Tobaccos, Cigars, etc. cuit Court, last week, and sentencBncklcn'H Arnlc Snlre. high, straight grade, pure and sweet, S4.5 Everything fresh and new. fgfSave money by buying your ed to the lpenitentiary: John Low--- ' Tlir.I!piT!!lliriinlU. "or,u tv ri,a per barrel. Family S3 to S3.50. We cordi J -,,: " "" O o..D . T?......!t etc., from this house. jjruisea, cores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, tever ally invite all to come, examine Goods and is; ijibuu !..,..... miwujjwjittioimm Warren, gratld larcony, 2 years; Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, learn pricen before buying, it will do you non. Beriah Mcofiin, who In this issue will be found the announcement of Jacob White, Esq., of Hickman county, as a candidate for State Senator.. He s is a lawyer of ability, a cultivated, honorable, popuand lar gentleman. Wo would say more in his commendation if at all necessary, but this covers the grounds. Also, will be found the announcement of James P. Taylor, for Jailer. Ho is a clever, upright n ii and honorable citizen, and will IW W. VMM IMM I iiVHMfltm make a good officer if elected. Years) Also, the announcement of Mr. (Beex Here Jake Silvertooth. He is a gentle man well known in the county, is Tell The People What They popular and clever, and if elected will make a good officer. Is Sell. first-clasd and called upon the clerk for his pistol. The del k assed lt over, at the same turn admonished the gentleman tha: the County- Judge and Sherifi were in the room. Sandusky re l,he.d thnt1,t ",a.kc8 no Is in the room, with inc carry a pistol,' and i. the presence of quite a crowd nut the officers above named, he qui etly and deliberately placed the swamp-ange- l beneath tne anipu folds of his ulster into his hip pocket. Whereupon, the Sherifi gently laid his hand upon tin drummer's shoulder, and in the blandest tones, informed him that he was his prisoner. The court adjudged him guilty, but on account of his youth and iuexperi ence, fixed the punishment at the lowest penalty, $25 and 10 daysii: jail. The life was paid, appeal bond executed, and the gentleman left, a wiser if uot a mere law-abiing drummer." - '"Hf"" 6 MUSE & SHAW. We would again call your atex- I fr The Tennessee Legislature is trying to pass an interest law allwo- itig ten per cent. The argument in favor of the proposition is that the low rate of legal interest is driving capital from the State. As the payment of ten per cent, would bankrupt 'Jy per cent o tlie bor- rowers, the State would make mon-- ; ey by driving ten per cent, money from its borders, and thus save its citizen's temptation, as well as absolute destruction. tention to the fact, that this FirTY-Foc- n treme cold weather has caused a run on our Overcoats, Clothing, Heavy Boots and Shoes, Blankets, Quilts, &c, for the people of this community appreciate the fnct in a very substantial manner, when a firm offers a choice line oftheabove Goods at strict COST. However, we were overstocked and had tn sell, and our patrons arc reaping the benefit. We still have a goodStoek left and it is going the same way. It you don't believe it, come and see Alexander x, Maxwell, whose prices are Always the hi New Drii Store. free-zin- -- fjjSV-Tvill In a Brooklyn dime museum, on Wednesday night, a white mouse & rin up an elephant's trunk to escape from a dog. The elephant became We respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK before furious, and, venting his rage on the dog, raised him high in the air and purchasing elsewhere. hurled him to the floor dead. Then the little mouse jumped Irom its hiding place, and the elephant was ..; peaceful. The General opinion in London is that the visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Ireland, which is aranged for next April will be too DemoA short while ago some cratic editor suggested that Cleve- late to have the moral effect intendland give some" of the Republican ed. The Tories express the belief States a few negro officials, by way that the royal pair will be treated of return courtesy for like favors to with sullen disrespect by the Irish X2ST subthe South by the Repubicans. The lcoplc, if indeed they be not bloody shirtcrs raised such an alarm jected to actual insults, such as that you would have thought a rat greeted Earl Spencer during his rehad darted undera Mother Hubbard cent tour of the South of Ireland. with a woman in it, and was trying The decision of the Court of ApAND out at the collar button. to go peals compelling wholesale liquor PATENT dealers to pay the retail license To lock the door of a house in when they sell less than five gallons, AHcaical Supcrii Norway and remain inside is deem- will require aboutone hundred dealISTEW ed absurd. At theaters and other MEDICINiES! ers in Louisville to take out the lipublic places wraps are left outside cense, and thereby put about $10,-0- 00 SEWING MACHINES 3PA.HSTT without being checked or even in the State Treasury annually. watched by an atendant, and the A.3srr Easter of this year is to be made A.rr people are said to be so honest that memorable by the publication of the none are ever lost or stolen. revised Old Testament in London. TD1LET kRTICLES ! Speaker Carlisle is making a col- The controversies which divided the lection of the most curious com- religious world at the publication of &c, &0., &0. munications he receives, such, for the revised New Testament are like&c, &c, &c. from a Minneso- ly to be renewed with vigor over instance, as a letter ta Bourbon, who wanted an appro- - the new book. filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock prration by Congress to provide him Tennessee justice is the quickest p. M. with a good sleigh. He told what kind of wood it was to be made of, on record. At noon Friday Charles how many bells it should have, and Porter stole an overcoat in front of Court-Houin Nashville, was how thick the steel of the runners the arrested in the act, indicted, tried, should be; and in a intimated that the salvation of the convicted, sentenced and at 3:25 p. country depended on the appropria- m. was in the penitentiary for one year. tion being made promptly. WINDOW AND WINDOW SHADES, GEOCEEIES, QUEENSWAEE, GLASSWAEE, DOOES, SASH, BLINDS, OIL PAINTS CUE-TANS-, AND OIL CLOTHK mm HOME SONS. J. W. COWG1LL, DEALER DBUGS, Tisusses S -- se post-script- um AMltM i I Of the 600,000 widows in India ESTRAY NOTICE. titular ninotppii vonrs nf nrrp. who UP, on the 10th day of Febru-are nrohibitcd from marrvinc afrain. rpAKEN 1S85, as estrays, by W. H.I ary, according to the laws of the country, Vade, on his farm about three miles east 200,000 are less than fourteen years of Jordan Station, in Fulton county, Ky , five Sheep, three marked with crop off old, and 78,000 less than nine. 1 rignt ear, ana crop and underbit off or lelt lear, tne otner two not Round trip tickets Irom iSewby AC. Cloyes, at sevenmarked. Valued dollars. Given ork to Germany and return, on under my hand, this February 10th, 18S6. the finest ocean steamship, in the A copy attest, D. world, for 16.50 for the round trip, Feb. 27, 1885. C. NUGENT, J. P. F. C. or 8.25 either way, crossing the ocean in six or seven days. FINE HORSES FOR SALE! HAVE one thoroughbred Stallion, (Luke Blackburn), and two No. 1 draft orses, which I will sell at a reasonable price for cash. Call on or address,. DEE REED, Hickman, Ky. Feb. 27, 1886, 4w. The old, popular and always reliabteHardware house of Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardw; which are offered at "I and that tho very lowest the market be exactly as represented. . ;- v.- John Milligail, false SWeariug, 3 years ; John Jones, burning prison HOnse, 7 vcnrR-Adabery, 2 ycars. m C.ons and aU Skin Eruptions, and posi good. . Kill" give rob- - or momj refunded. perfect satisfaction, Price 25 cents per box. For Sale at MOORE & laKDRUMS IS'S'!"'0 no PR Il Respectfully, POWELL&BEO. March th-t- f,.. .i.--- . There arc 818 saloons in Louisville. Congress gives Louisville for public building. "Soudan" is an Arabic word meaning "Country of the Blacks." The Central City Argus srys "the whipping-pos- t is a pressing necessity PKESCUIPTIOXS. m Kentucky." The editor of the An experienced and thoroughly com Argus is a candidate for the Letrisla- potent prescriptionist engaged, and ready uratelyi ture, and if lie be elected, will press stall hours to fill jxcscnptiona ace" and prjmptly.j; measure to that end. $1,-000,0- J" justiflcs.Allfgoods'guarantced to 00 Medi-oine- s, BOOTS AND SHOES. EftT, gu 1 1 roofing-IfTll . . A TTTlYR Work J ia '' and keeps only the best workmen. J Keeps in stock the very Best Material, teed. Repairing solicited The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed1. . ill '?..-- ., l..!1.1 A.. r..nt.-.l!ln..rl oc uno nnnca m jjucsjiv-ll l J.lie atUJIlllun OI nuiiucracajurtiiiny utautu uo tnic uuiwv, CHU iUUUUUUiUUUS. VUlicapuuuvuti: ouiiuiw. m: $ SSmSXr E B. BEEYAED. ivBfc . .", A-t- ". ffciJi . Mi1 c -- ..: