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UUUKJEK OHlossl JVcvrspaiJov WW " ' Nrf"V ?- -- ,3T A tti JliVT -- - -- w- ,ias "1 iiM m. Fiue Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. BALE BILLS, ErTVELOPEB, LETTEB-HEAD- , r GEORGE WARREN, Editor. fP " iuQNtern Kontueliy. FRIDAY. MARCH 13. 1885. J ,VOL. Bonte ' JBIIili-EC- E A.3DS. iisrviTA.xiorrs. PKICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, glJSO. "SHALL 1?" I do this, sir, and shall I do thnt, Mr? 'i1.0,' I so in sir. or shall I uo out.- MiaU It bo boAuc-t- , vr shall it bo hat. sir? 01t't?It?our.0PhilonTmaillylntloiafc. ' ..,', "J0 rid.njr.or hall I so walkins'f shall I aecepia,pr shall L refuso? shall I be si!ehtor shnll-- i keep talking ijlvc 1 ml -- KSTAff LISHlgJMjgSD.hill- -- - HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, -. K BNTjgK Y. XX.Pf 23. fe ( ETC., ETO.'' OJtlUXf AUTO SXIJD XJ! SCHOOL AND CHURCH. Harvard students are to be free to , go to church or not, as they please, by . a recent decision of the board of over- ner. once more P;rt of the herd wati THE COPTIC CHURCH. XJUNTERFEITIriQ. buttons of the family sewed on so they "THE THUNDERER." now driven in, a r.ivilry companv anTl Interesting a Kellglous Or- will never come' off" while in use, and The JhlhMi of some team mule- - addled tin and Resorted to by an Kxpert to The London Times Hcaclie I lie End ol She must keep the family hosiery so ffiiilatlon rinurMiini; In Effypt. waited, for. development", j We icdulll-seimitate Greenback or the Republic. that nobody would ever niistnxst there Its First Century. The supreme head of the Coptic the long chain about hU neck.'dan Unitcilgtates Detective W. G. Bauer they Founded on the 1st of January, 1785, - the Patriarch of Alexandria, word holes in the stockings wllild ling between ,h:s fnlegsf and Church h were on. She hold herself in con- reccntly-jirnefrord Memphis1, the Times has reached the hundredth threshing them at Vvcry sIpjkS who. however, lives at Cairo. He stant readiness mustfind everything her jour vice, pray; can not wtfl to convictidn Of the about an hour the hore, apjijirontlv y"ear df its existence. tl.ooscAfll t . To survive to so clainis dirvet ajiostolic succession from htuband his lost and it man never Thus do wcrpacacr to others opinion. rame down from th'e hillsaml St. Mark, Martin Ogle. A great an age" is as rare among newapa-ler- s W carinjr the arb of Society', slaves; the founder of the Egyptian knows where to find anything. Ho will reporter entered tlie henl with the mares. 1 afternoon found Detective !on 8 R l'ra,lt- - and wv arc her minions, as it is among human beingsj atlll Church, uh is claimed as having been put his boots carefully away on the par- RaucrhxihS Itobbin? our hfc of tlio freedom it craves. r.owonlered the men in two-!- , tln-eroom surrounded by piles rarer is it, in both case.- -, for the hunlor sofa, and when ho has' hunted for Ahu paso le:nin". .the Jirat patriarch, and who is hold in and sie,sT OiiBlitrtOTliltTflSrgtjjlirTto cufhur? of coMtgrtgit bills, and looking over dredth anniversary to bo attained with-dapthem half an hour Shiill I be friendly, or hall I be cold? into the hills and to picket the blatfcf the stun-- reverence as is accorded by pear to his wife ho will suddenly with a countcnaricU tho twlrkh, which the counterfeiter Shall I look. boJdlytr peep'throiifflr-thany trace or token of decrepitude Then bejr.m afqhase tin) likOf which Ij vthe We.-teChurch to St. Teter, like an avenging angel and demand apcoroisCl his work. shutter? Td a reporter and decay. There is hut one London Shall I naujiuer ueiore. i nacl entout or shall I giro rold" ' "AVhat iu thunder she has done with TJie other Coptic ecelcsiast'eal orders Miat will bo said if I stay from tho dinner? troopetS to all Iho jiis-ehe exjair"H thtf processes, which and di hied niornirtg journal which, having lived . hiu will bo said if I'm seen at tho ball priests, dea- his borts." She must shut all the tin a corrii)anino smuuU nf aiv h,i are bishops, v ill t u wonderful amount of for upward of a her proclaim mo a saint or a lnner? , doors after her lord and ixlaster, add centiiry, continues cons and monk- -. The priests are all , eight, with orders toreliee each oUier If not tho former, not at all. dlicUte workmanship. a niai-rie- d 1 liu brimful of litV and vigor which is even pander to others opinion. a fast a- - their hor--e became bJouni expected to,marr-y-. but the patriarch likewise the bureau drawers, for shut a Ogle Juta procured a genuine eatlng-tliman was never known to purb of Society's slave-- : more lusty and energetic now than in Fashlonis a tyrant, and wo aro her minions, . The pursuing jiarC'tartetl thor J ior4 jnust be a celibate He is invariably drawer. It would bo as unnatural for split this in halve-- , this ir itobbifcg- our life of tho freedom it crave?. ami h'eliTude straislit for lhfrhlllh?rj 'chosen, cither by his proleces-o- r or else a hen to go in -- wimming for recreation. beings jSt-i- a remarkable: nnomimn. earlier days and bills fair to see stle"- Iiq Wits turned back and driven crus b lotvfronr among the monks of the Why not gojforward.nmdauntcd, unfeariBc-cecding centtiries pass over its heai tllll.iLM...l., ..jt...- - .i She must go to- beJ.Jirst insCSid-- i IiPjTP ljUilTOUailUJlVlSOJJIlTX There aro Dolm&the thiajr that.it Jawf ul and riuht? .the valley .agnHiJtJwherQ Lenijht convent of St, Anthony. g.tvriiigaygz-Jihon- i t arm? not ho may bo Mieinff or hearing, patiiari)l4. t fc5 ironi even canon. anOiOiij twelve font:qJj?,''Kfji?-- ' mid-thSliunnlug" the darkness, and courting tho unuu, mm ..w '.jo a wi-- e m:i n - ruii ;iuti Lfi.fcs,, i.ii"ii uiin (...TxTtuIKi every hillside Emerged IvilTi larjatf of .Vbys-- T spread one ot the Momma Post and General Adverthrr. er asks her to do this. Oh. no! but than tM iiill. and te4nBVV ir consclcnce.forbcar toupbrald us. ready? tfflsSaoliinT . L)5i ruosTunimal Silliil. Other London morning journals, enjoyAoU may we laugh at the vcrdlctof fools; when Though tlie Coots are remarknlilo he sits to "just finish this piece in tho heets en topof it. With a steel tra- ing a boundless circulation and an unclosely jmistied, tho horse raj&l-rao.God is ourgaildc-fofin- s paper," and waits till she ha- - git tho cing pennll'f bis own manufacture he service Ho made in a circle, and soon'made nof- - for their general detestation of all other sheets to a comfortable temperature. engraved through the sheet it, exact precedented popularity, are comparaXot to lKjJulod bythe makers of rules. .fnrt trt -itntnr tlwi l.ilK, IT: ...t Sni--- Christian sect, their principal tenets Ah m. ili llitl. nw unit "' there are a great many tricks counterpart" on tlie plate. The other tively young. The oldest among them is Tander no lonQrio. others opinions: the Morning Advertiser, which is ged to be to escape the imuieSi- - assimilate wilh those of the Latin in tho trade of living car norths jrarti of Society's slaves; ' iety together. half was eigriived on a different pla He not or Fashion thfi pitiful minions; timet-- ' the yoitngest is the StandUtrd, ate presence " who grill Church. Thc acknowledge seven sac- A woman l expected to lake in a similar" manner, and then he was Hob notyour lire of the freedom It craves. ualh The Dally cloirUin onjhimj At tirstlhe raments, epjoiu auricular confession care of the baby even after the ready for printing his spurious money. wliich is only twenty-eigh- t. -- Xanntc foccr O'Daiioghuc, in Qluxiabtrt' easily Htthm the swiftest horses, Wit andextreme unction. The latter is ad- first infantile wonder lia3 multiplie I This method of workmanship looks very News has lived and exercised worldJournal. nu years ; ui ine iresner ones were ministered not only to persons at the into a round half dozen. And if lie simple, bulsil is the first time it has wide influence for thirty-nin- o . the Daily Telegraph and Daily Chroninearly able to keep up with hinl. the point of dnalh, but to person who have doubles up with the colic or trials of been done uwi counterfeiter, as it is CATGHIiXGK A WILD HOBSB. chain bont neck threshed Jiis forelegs douo meet penance after lb commiscle for thirty. Newspapers, like human impossible to spilt the bill. sion of grievous sin. Evil spirits are cutting teeth, or the necessary evils of and greatly impelled Iilsj onward before Used is as beings, "hnvo their day and cease to measles and whooping-coug- h mumps and The methyl always be," and in the cases of "both their dis Suddenly frohi the ''agon l exorcised "with candle, with book ami and ra-- h and follows: TK workman took, say a and scarlet-feve- r A Lively Experience, in Northern with bell." In cvlebratiwg the Holy emerred a teamster mounted on a spread over it a piece.of appearance seems often untimely and throat distemper and short sleeves ami bill, aid . Wyoming-Xot many years ago tali saddle mule, nntl at the siglit oflhe Eucharist leavened bread is lisod, which bare legs and pins sticking into him and transparendjrelatine paper, and traced incomprehensible. has previously been dipped in wine. too much mule and rider the soldiers set tip a candy and a bad temper, why the figures cj the former on the latter. the Morning Herald and the "Morninrf The Copts are more rigorous in the'r The I'hanlom Ilor.c or tho Vralrlos rur- - jrreat hout Tlie Jiiule luid a hiton her husbnnd tells her that he " does was next put in use, Chronicle were, to all appearances, as observance of fast days. Resides every wish she would try aud quiet her baby," The metal gate with a solution of shel- popular and powerful as several of the anu wasjnown m tue command as Uiu ult of.aVlltl Iticer That Va and was coiled Many TinM Taken, Only Abo Lincoln. He had been the lierdof Wcdnosdav and Friday in the vcir the and lie says it, too, as if lie thought she lac. On tbi the gelatine paper was contemporaries which have survived to iiscapc. .many a nice and won' a bet. for'BOt- - Lenten fa-- t is prolonged to lifty-fiv- e alone was responsible for its bomg in pasted, and when torn off. it left on them. Their conductors were enter in withstandin'T hu ungainly appearance days, during which no manner of ani- existence, and if she was considerably the shellaelhe outline of its figures. prising and untiring of collecting news; mal food is allowed the day con Ry followin these in the solution they the ablest pens When r wa; stationed tip iti'the Wind ho, had pluck, endurance and speed, milk or cheese. Some not even opgs, to blame for it, too. rites, however, such as rarely fall to "the lot of a riuile. And when she has the headache nowere al-- o tred in delicate lines on the tributcd to their columns. Roth jour River Valley, Wyoming Territory, had' nals appeared fo be indispensible to a Stretching himelf and shakinghis appear 1 1 be borrowed either from their body think- - of minding it- - a woman's plate. Thojhellac then Iwing d a most eAciting.e.poi'jenco with a wild small wliisktstildntheair, Old Abe went Moslem or Jcwi-- h neighbor. Thus always having the headache. And if oil' the lattar they could be cut to the large section of the reading public, and horse, 1 had often heard of this horse, straight for III?- - wild hdrsC. ' Placing eireunu is on - deemed essent'al, In adhe i. "nervous enough to fly" nobody right depth. nd the counterfeiter was both enjoyed the favor of manj- - adverdition to baptism by immersion. tisers, when they rapidly decayed and and there was :i ctkmI deal of romance himself on tho gutsideof . th,circle1nt hisVprk. Ogle's method shuts the door any quieter, and nolmdy The frequent services of tho Coptic tucks her on th? lounge with a shaw'l ready for Abe'stjii-edtthe four methods, aud passed away. For many years the attached to likhialoryr mttcli" of wliich." the.se tree or Church are conducted in modern over her or coddles hor to death as a him, pres-in- g lie 1 suppose, wa aigraving on the plaJc far Morning Star twinkled brightly in tho fmro tiction. Sueli a. going "arouiid in and in, until land;.-- as Cou ie, that is to in (Jreek Coptic, man has to be coddled under such cir rendered tho as the correctness of the journalistic finnament, yet its light was onji more aecuratot liorse, however, diil exist, and he was now -- aw the capture of the hor-- e was which, although not spoken hy the cumstance.. Others, such as lines whs nooparilv lost through to suddenly quenched. often seen on the plains, in the canons. inevitable, and the soldier of the ramn monks, is understood bv them aliT Rut the Jiepresentative and the Mirror, the We might go on indefinitely with the many transfer ptho true Coptic, tho language of the troubles of being a woman, and if and gazin gdown at tho passers-b- y from irannit witli xtnt sticks and This man tills accomplished a piece Constitutional, the Dag, and the Hour, the mount ain top.--. At midnight nfton ketT him within t!:e circle. Uy cora- - rnxroalis, is literally a dead tongue. there is a man who thinks a woman has of work alone Wnd unaided, with tools expired after a very short stniggle fot Father Yantrb, who visited Siout in existence. Though the first number oi Old of it. nhorscwas een"ihing by the lonely nxon consent do Abe and hi- - rider Were 1763, states that he ther had the priv- an ea-- y timeof falsewhy, just let him pin of his own mnufaeture. when the allowed to on a pound hair and got inside the chasing, the other Governnjmt paid over $100,000 fox the Times was published on the 1st ol camps on the prairie, and the Indian- nionntetl the last Copt who a pair of eorcts, and put on a keeping tiie hoarse ilege of inen pioi-cla steam machtie t do the same thing. January, 1785, yet the journal was not declared they had been startled out of in thc fatal ring. Ane's rider madcne understood his own Innguage, and with called by itss present name till the apoverakirt, and be a woman himDetective Bsuijr -- bowed Ogle's tools their lecp ly the shrill neigh or the or lwo"attenipts to throw a rope over whom it was to dc. Reing eighty years self and how he likes it. Lowe I which were. Sited to rough woo lcl pearance, of its 910th number on the clattering hpofe.ofl.hopliatiloiujluyse;" fhe jhor.-e-'- head,, but' he dodgod it,with old, and very deaf, he was not able to lSmes. iKints as sharp 1st of January, 1788. It was then no handle, but give his visitor mitcli u cful informatt as they calledjiini. Tlie qiievcnue Li- -, woijderful agility. as He sfao displayed the genuine unusual thing for an established news'JCatcli him bv tiie chain' Catch him tion. Some portions of the service, paper- to assume a new face. For inSTRONG AT EIGHTY. sheet-- , and perfectly uans nail stolen him in Kansas, where lull split in l, are first rexd in (.bythechaip!" the soldier called out, such as the lie had been a noted racc-hortransparent le had on a table several stance, the Public Advertiser, to wliich and Coptic and field's Ito the Sioux had in turn stolen him from and Abe s rider put up his rope and order that itthen explained in'Arabic, in D.t!d Dudley l,reeritlon. ipo for Pelf- packages of bifls of Ogle's manufacture, "Junius" contributed, was first known might be und rdoo I by the made desperate efforts to get hold of the the Cheyenne, who --old him to tho amounting in all to 830,000. iu tens as the London Daily Post and General is ex"My recipe for chain that hung from tlie hor-e- s Ute-Jneck. people. and in a great battle near the and twenties. Thev were all on the Advertiser, next as the General AdverocNaturally, of the Uintah Mountains tho Snake Indian Once or twice he got it, but the hor--e cupy a lame the lives Contic saints jre. ercise. I am a linn believer in exercise. Third Xat'onaRRank of Cincinnati, but tiser, and lastly by the title which is place literat nau captured him from the Utes. He topi awa . Old Abe earned to uador- - Paud the place of in life. 1 am I will tell you plates? were intended for the now familiar. The Mominq Post has hiihet honor, next to very temperatomy mode of have alwav a the newCity Rank. i,tiUU, t,M'. dropped half of its original designation. on hand, and,iva-cscapeu.lronrtbe Snake and for a lonH s Queen man. and Uie Bkcd Virg'n and is acn irving to get aneau oi the corded to St. George St. Mark, to the been so. I have takeu care of myself, time remained wild on tho prairie.- -, but "Ogle." said Detivtive Rauer, "is the For the first three years of its existence whether finally a Mr. 'Gallagher ami a jkjHv of horse. He Hl not :e.ni to know whj veal St. George, E iglard- first ui.in'wjto has issued any spurious the Times was styled the Daily Unipatron saint, ami as I have a g d constitution I sup- ,mone should to ki'ep alongside, hunters had Succeeded in cap'rurin'him he during the List i years, anil he versal Jtegistcr. On the 21th of Decemand' greatly vexed his' rider by his ef- or to that evil Goonje a No Lorn in pose that is the reason I am so well. Ills shown ay ahnoU unexampled skill ber, 1787, the following intimation was and took hira'to the Salt Lake settleAt last, how- Cappadoeia, who head d tho Arian You must ask the Almighty why I have and astuteness. Us brother, who has made to its readers: "Various reasons ments, but he had escaped, took to the forts to pas the hor-heresv in Alexandria, and from time'to having occurred since the first publica- mountains .and finally drifted back to ever, the chain was secured, and Alie, linn? MiporsedeJ St, Athnrmsius, 13 not lived so long, and how long 1 shall live. "been returned to thePennsjlvauia eithor underst.uiding "flw. Ills old nistiiro. nn ';...! l.!.. Ijointinal. vigiuar. 'jgqttks 41 J am poriuotiydioaitby ami stroag, and,-..- v - owtMu-- i rU"KeJ)t ut lllro'rg&'irsia'cr'S'Sf 0?Atl-rTcr-rrender ltTissentially necessary tivchange b- - the Inch of the two Is though I have nominally re'ired from nianslnprillTlfwltsiilnrely a kind of head the present title, vc respectfully inform vain, and when I arrived on the Wind tlie soldier tiHrgellt the chain it began crvant to Martin. The latter d.d all bu-- y the law, opis i can not say. " Kiver he had b;en at lare ome four to choke the liorse, anil finally He stag- were much interested nut l know we morning I an night. as you see fromI his work ou a flat boat, and scattered our readers that on the 1st of January until when visiting a Another reion d gered' soldiers The years. 1 knqw ilr. Gallagher well and He next it will appear with an entire new the monoy chiefly at points. in and threw their lariats at him very ane'ent Greek Church in Cairo, am so well is that my mind has always turned over to me river $1SO,000 of set of features under the title of tho wrote him about the horse. He rein all ylVdicated to St, George, by walch'ng a been occup ed. I am novel idle; iu the first Times." plied there was ,uch a horse, and for as he pascd. One went over his head, about the best counterfeiting I ever was "TheThus, for Universal title, which of Latin nun-- , who, like our- fact, I have no time to be ill. and the soldier hung to it until another Daily Register, a time he haxl been in his po "When I was a yomg man I had &v."L9Hisville I'oil. Tlie hore selves, were dq'ng a little printed logographically, by His MaMr.Gallajdicr's letter revived all inter- and another came to The kind old priests di 1 1 very severe headaches. jesty's patent," there was substituted est in the mysterious hor-- and I de- could go no further, ids ees popped thajSrtints with charming the honors of bought a hor-e- , and I have In 18t6 a A LATE DISCOVERY. courtosv. even not had out of his head, his tongue protruded the following: "The Times, or Dailif termined, if possible, to capture him at from his mouth, and he fell heavily on PjckIuc ng his veritable head for inspec- headache since. Every morning I arise Tl Universal Jtegistcr, printed logographicthe earliest opjiortuuify. AVas a Millionaire IMlimifttan Who The snake tion. Hurler's Jlazar. at six o'clock. I have "done so for forty ally." The last number of the journal Indians, who inhabited that region, did theplaimjjln an instant his forelegs 'and Dliln't Know It. years. I take an bath, dres under its old title does not materially t not like to him and believed wen 'bound' together, and at las' We I mot him on Canal Street, Xow Ormyself, jump on a horse at seven had the wild hor- - safe in our hand-- . I differ from tlie earlier ones under its BEING A WOMAN. he was possessed of art evil spirit. Tber o'clock, and ride for an hour. then leans, or rather he came up to me as I new one, nor at (he outset was there a freely admitted often seeinjr him but examined iiini carefully, anil found him Som or tho Trial and Tribulation That breakfast and work at my houseI until and marked superiority of the new journal was leaning against a door-powould nof help to catch him or have a dark chestnut bavin color, and of ..the l'alr Sejc ! Compelled to bo Cheerful eleven o'clock, when I walk down-towmedium size. . The chain "had cur deep ' Uniler. The over its contemporaries. asked : anything to do with him. a distance of four miles. I remain at neck, making ao ugly sore, and Century. Thus ran the lerend of the wddliorSe into-hii- j skin1 "Re yon from Illnnoy?" It Is a dreadful bother to be a woman my office until three o'clock, then walk was completely t!irchcd oft or thS'phantom steed of the Wind River the his knees and foreleg by the beating of .and do the business up in good shape. home, and dine at six. At seven 1 Mountain--, as he was frequcntlv'called. WINTER IN THE NORTH. sleep for half an hour, after which I am "That's too bad. I wanted to find with In the first place you've got to look t gave strict instruction to a'lr luinl- - tne chain, tie wa wide notrils and a big, Jright, lierv well, or ele you're nobody. A man ready for anUiing. I retire between somebody from Illuuoy." ing parties, icouts and trappers to look Vriint Cold Weather In Manitoba Cleans, ten and eleven o'clock. I have done "Rroke?" In may b ever so homely and still be out forUie. wild horse, ami if they ,ay eye. 'Hie imicleswcre--gathereAccording to a Woman's Kxperlence. r. this for over forty years. "Xo, notyct. Sec horc, I'm pizenly I attribute large knot, and the vein- - on his net-mm to icnne Know, unce wonl came Whiskers cover up tlii most of my hardihood "to horebaek-ridinAnd this brings me to speak about bothered." . , that he was at JJuffalo JJull Lake, sixty and 'bodystopdout, Jike Have "Well?" my experience of the climate of ManiAfter "we had' securely hoppled liis fhuTface, :ind if heha-- a big mouth no-- never, I ever taken a drink? Xo, sir, miles away, and.! sent aj)arty of Arra-ho- e except a glas of claret at din"Well, I've been a hired man in Illa-no- y toba. The variations of temperature ibo'iy mistrusts it, Tind if he doas wrinkle long rope to him Indians and "scouts to capture him. legsland tiel ner. Like Pore Hyacinthe, I for last thiiteen years, gettin' Aftertlaysr ofjpvatjjhin'thev iinallv we took the, chain off his neck and- - lot bad on his forehead his friends speak of my claret at dinner. Whisky,must have about the a month and board. I've are very great. I have seen the ther16 brandv, iurii rise. He seemed completely con- Jus many lassoocdihira Hvb bcoughim'to; their caroi and his thoughtful dis- - or any liquid of that kind I never alius looked upon bonnl as wuth about mometer stand at 125 inside a tent camp. For days they beat, choked and quered, and moved along quieth enough pitiou, and tell each other that his touch. " in summer, and at 58 below zero, or a dollar a week, but iprsjj: stables startLthim,.buthk brave spirit.seemed to tliecon5ont TJie tome; w'afln com- M'nrrinMni .i. 1;.,..- - nf lliuillll. J.2I1CS ui "My advice to young men is to get r r..,. ..t 9i) l.n....i.t below freezing point, outside the "Well?" mon but I'saidjf "..u..7 iic imro Ul given unconipierable, II's leg- were tied wotijd "I ju-- t kinder filled tip back iiere at house in winter. Such Arctic cold liinnjamLthoughWlU' thought, indeed, when in all probabili-- eight hours sleep every night, ami with roje-van- d the. Indiai?, resorted, to onght to Jpeloiur. to Old Ahe and his ly hw fnrpheixd is wriuKlcd b- - the bad drink only chojo'ate, coftee and tea. the restaurant just about half a square would be unendurable if the air were ?u u?m$ RP VS ISSVinojinanIi jpAodfridcx;. This givatly pleased tIieohlier-- . habit he are too fast. meal ju-- t the young men of pitch hay or hoe corn his go' of scowling al his wife The candle can not burn at both ends on for an 'miff toand what d'ye 'sposo not so wonderfully dry and clear and urvuK anu couqinjr linn. At Ja- -t one hour, ambirioiif Indiaivybuth announced he and, as Old Abe and his rider belonged when the coffee isn't 4r.iug enough. often very still that it does not seem and last long. I have never smoked the figgor was?" A woman mu-- t always be in goo.l eould ride liim, and the ropes wore taken to Captain PhMercr's eompanr, of the lnlf as cold as it really is. Then the "O, about seventy cents." Seventh Infantry, the horse went tothaf order. Hr hair must always be frizzed tobacco in any shape and never will. off. TheIjidiaii.mountedttbe.wild liorso Do as I have "done, and you will be "Sevontv pumpkins! It was 81.30, or changes of weather are not generally andbnuged. as fashion demands, and she strong anil Donltappejiredinto the hllhr Iul jegiment eig'atv. and probably at I'm a sinn'er. Sav!" very sudden; the heat and cold are very rqpr.felIow, Jie. seemed glad enough must pqwdcr if she Ii w a shining skin; ninety. at theeviiingHieIndbnjxtnrnel to the to le in captivity, anil was soon the therregular, and in "Yes." quite and she must iu.ip camp footsore, ami liruiscd and an'o look sweet, Mr. Field was at his office busy with "That's $3.00 a day for fodder, or mometer does not fluctuate much. gentle, but they were afraid to ride him no matter how -- o.i. may feel: her some details of his civil code, now be- aliout Sioy" nounced that the Jiorr--c had thrown him Perhaps a few homely details may, a mouth". A hundred a , and her lace fore the and escaped into ?ho mountain. That let he should throw his rider and again dress must hang ju- "Tne code," he month is twelve hundred a year. Thir- best serve to illustrate what winter in escape to the hills. He would put down must always bespotl'.s, and lur biot said, "is was the last seen of liim for near! v' three favored by a great number of teen times that is about $1.T.000. Manitoba means. The snow outside months .wlieu a trapper on Bh AVinil his head to have the sore on his neck buttons alwav in phie and her fiiifrer lawyers. Therc are some old fellows, our house is from six to ten feet deep "Yes." River afd he saw a horse with an Indian washed, and, indeed- behaved so well Tiails always clean; and l hen she mu-n'- t sure, who are opposed to it. What and forever from November to April. Moccasius, "Say, TH i)c avc, soon ceasedMxi.xlk. about him , tun- - s one to be jSlu-tlnor el mb fence-saddle on and a rope tied to his under are they want is a large library. ''"hey stepped on if I haven't been oue of these made by Indians of moose-skilong after eats, nor scold when she mjul. seem to think that a civil code is an dunied aristocrats a bloated ja. gnwjug uh uiu river oouom, anunc Xot veryof Captain his capture a used iustead of shoe to cover the feet, cora-paSite can't go out atone, befhn--- e ladies PhNterer's attempteditaiiproach'him.Jmt keltled of Ry no monopolist all these which are first cased in several p;urs of a was going in to Fort Bridger, and mu-- t be protected;' 'the can't go any- alteration is a existing thing. into the Jiilg'Iikc tlPe wind. The Arra-- J means; condensation, and is cal- thirteen years without knowing it! stockings. the Captain determined to send the where w'hen it rains, bmuis her hair culated itto save much lahor phoes Ueard.of thi41hau'thev We were forced to melt snow for all and re- Tucked awav 1 3,000 worth of fodder! d set out Rived : deter-- 1 yild horsey behind wagon HciWfis. fvon't stay fr'zzed and -- he 11 get mud search. These old lawyers have learned Wooh! but' I want to meet somebody the water we used last winter. The a securely tied and strict on her petUcoats and tiling-- ; she can't the law in one way, and they believe in from Illannv and pint the linger of cold is so intense that when melted snowmined Jo eapture and JjrTng, him v would a oivil code aboutas much a n Mohamwill LSrcVa?tlnt the AmphoeSdfdliol orders given to guard him night and be a Free Mason, because linancial independence at h mil - Ve- - water is poured from the boilei-- - into a tell their and even bod would medan believes in Christianity." A. Y Iroit share the superstition of;theiruejgubor3. i iliiv iintil his nrrTv.ll nf Ttrwlcmr pail, and taken at once across to the Fret Press. the Snakes, ip believhig the horsu .lla"d . On the second.,dayout,welicard from .know All about tho goat and gridiron; ff'ommcriu'al Advertiser. slabV;, the ice ou it frequently has to be &rao&efb-can-th it would be supernatural powers, or was pos&sssed "ic uciauuuivui luat mo or uaci CSj the can't broken with a stick before the cattle can caped. It ajijicared a soldier, had taken unfeminine, she can't go courting, beof abadspjntiy I'hey simply regarded drink. It is rather a common siglit to A BOY EMPEROR. him down to the water, using merely a cause that would not be womanly. mm as a nore, and were anxious to IIow They Ajipp.ir to a Customer, Ab- - see people partly frozen. The part Whether the horse got People will sigh over r, an I wonder The halter. gtraetly and Conrretely. have'the'honor of beinglns captors. rains Taken to Amuse tho Toons affected turns as white as marble, and pulled away, or whether why it is that men "don't s em to take;" In a ewfdaySlJieardithe ArraiJahoe frightened and n, Kiupitror of China. Incidentally we love a barber. We loses all feeling. Unless see yourtlie soldier for momentv dropped the and all the old maids ami widows smile Chief had JUiccmled in Jindin? where halter-strajWonderful ingenuity was displayed in do not object to his conversation in self iu a glass, or are told of it, ou an ), no one could tell, but thq ami keep quiet. Oh. the e smiles and the horseHvajed.uid sjcil If ully spreadhorse got away, fled into the hills, and, these sTnifu-an- t looks! They are ten so placing the Chinese Emperor's palace deed, we admire to listen to hi- - artless not conscious of being frozen, in ing his lariat on "some bushe-ha- d sucit is best not to go near a lire, as of course, pursuit was useless. He Was' times more than open slander. as to secure the' greatest variety of situ- prattle as he whips the thin steel deftly " ceeded in catching him. He was tied sudden thawing is very painful. People seen afterward, but no one cveT It is a terrible th:ng to be an old ation and to command the most varied around our jugular. Neither are we of to a tree, and I sent a vagon,aud,spmc,j often generally try friction, nibbing themcould succeed in recapturing him. maid. Everybody knows it is, and the views. Every natural feature of soiuiers to neip onug mm in. Lliained the that class of cynics who rail at the bar- selves with snow, or, better still, events- of which I have been women who aic marncl to drunken Thct to the wagotx.no wits' started for camp, ground has been elaborated so as to ber's foibles -- his absolute certainty of oil. Occasionally, when one is but had' drilygone'fivc miles .when ho writing occurred in 1869, nearly sixteen husbands, and who manage to .quarrel produce charming landscapes, which nipping a favorite pimple, his feverish frozen and far from help, the part years ago, and the horse is probably with them six days out of even, will broke the "chain ifx twainr and once frozen, if an extremity, will snap off. anxiety to annoint our more fled to -the hills, defying all pur- dead before this timcasnewas thought live in an agony of spirit ovet the could scarcely be recognized as artificial; that shall run down upon head with oil Last year a man living about thirty our ""u dc einc or ten years out when we single woman :..id call .her that "poor hills of from ten to sixt- - feet in height suit. to its undoubted detriment, his per- miles from us was told that his ear was doubt not were constructed, divided by littlo valTlja.iihJ,horsevasnot again heard captured nim, but Itin? horse somepf old maid." "A? woniau the descendants of now roam' must marry rich or she leys and watered by four streams form- sistence in giving our face a final flirt frozen; he put up his hand to feel, and of forlearIvtbre"Bioatks.'- - wlien 'one with the towel that shall hopelessly dis- the ear dropped off in his hand. Limbs morning just after breakfast in midsum- over Xorthern Wyoming, and it is prob- doesn't marry "well." "And to marry ing cascades and lakes, one of which arrange the mustache he has with so fcomctinies have to be amputated from able not a few of them annoythe cattle "well" i the end and aim of a woman's was five miles in circumference. On its mer, a ipntinol on pest reported.jhorf e frost bites. My kitten's ears' great exactness just carefully adjusted by stealing existence, judging from the view which calm waters floated beautiful pleasure-boaton a bltt:oveflddlnngtho'"bamn', and On men and their' mares. Jf thedescendants are as people in general take of this matter. including one maguificent house- all these shortcomings and more we can froze and broke off last winter, and a a closer inspeetioiiiwith "glasses wesaw i everybody's business whom a boat for the amusement of the ladies of forgive; but we do wish he would not so neighbor's pony lost cars in the same thb" good stuff as the 'sire thev will not l it studiously avoid the spot upon our head way. chain still about his neck. He seemed easily be got rid of, and a good many of woman marries. Tne whole neighbor- the palace. I was surprised when I first found the them, as well' ass,-- ' will "have ciuis hood put their heads together and talk In every direction winding paths led or face that the light touching of his greatly .ejek'.-d-. kept galloping up and long to remember our first experience over the pros and cons, and decide to quaint little pavilions hands has set to itching. When the mustard freeze in my mustard-pot- ; ami charmin"-grottoesdowiKiiiblHljwitli head and tail erect,1 fn combs our hair, if there be one which stood a foot from the kitchen while artificial catching a wild horse. Gen. James whether she is good enough for him. k was barber steadilj'cIookiBg at oitr horse anil mule is- notlrng said about his tho nursery for all manner of spot of all the broad expanse of head stovepipe and two feet above the stove, (There being made herd;jiiik.wa8qs'tkrj grazing in the Bisbin, in Chicago Horseman. that would be grateful to the soothing where there was a'blazing fire all day good enough forher.) And they criti- beautiful flowers, much care being bevalley. I gave orders" to the soldiers A Methodist elder of Fort Worth cise tho shape of her nose, and "relate stowed on securing a great variety for touch of comb or bnish, there is some3-thin-g and every day through the winter. Yet not to disturb the horse or anparentlv supernatural in tho manner with tho mustard froze between every meal. season of notice JipuJjseatKonl io Jhe henl-- .; Tax., recently whipped a bully, and the anecdoteshowhow lazy her grandfather every were of the year. Flowering which the barber avoids it Similarly Rread froze if left for half an hour in a was, and her Aunt Sally used to trees scattered over the grassy Metnvuist oi mac ers to move tLe hcru gently toward the atively describes rown timsr apprecithe incident: "Ifa"! sell beans and hu termilk. A woman hills, and their blossoms perfumed the with the face. When the bav rum is room without a fire. bluff, LplMrjwell-,i- n the background elder-tooSuch stories must sound almost inhim one square"bIow between must wear io. 2 boots on Xo. 3 feet, air. Each stream was crossed at fre- filling our nose with cheerful odor and thernswvesf. ?The horse presently de--' our eyes with tears, and the barber credible except to those who, like my-, scended the bluffs and approached the the lookers without stopping his pace and she must manage to dress well on quent intervals by most picturesque and throwsovcr us'the glamor of the drying self, have witnessed the facts, though-cents a week, and she highly ornamental bridges of wood, herd; it,d4enly taking alarm crossed, and it took twelve rowdies, three din! seventy-fiv- e vain, pers of water and two quarts of whisky musn't be and she must be kind brick, or freestone, adorned with fanci- towel, is there not always an aggrava- of course, only in the most severe the TaHeyi'and 'went tip tho opposite to revivo ting spot the patient and get liim offu4 to the poor, and she must go regularly ful kiosks, in which to repose while ad- swiftly-flym- g adjacent to the nose tlTat his weather. Mils?4, lltyslf charmed "by the presence of hands utterly fail to reach? Winter is, of course, not equally the view. The triumph of art grounds" v ,u to the 6ewiug society meetings, and be miring H 1 wrr- - lcnVd,li recrossed descrip- - " 5 ready to dress dolls and make tidies and was to make these bridges twist about With all our love for the barber, there severe throughout Part of myhalf. hig'old position on "tho it A grandfather, son and grandson Rut tion applies only to its colder fairs. She must be a in such an extraordinary manner that are times and occasions when he madaprons for Wnfl' jarifeHrfed he;canjedo,wn,-acd- , wore rounded up by the authorities on good cook, church must be able to "do they were oftou three times as long as dens nsRorkland Courier-Gazettto a woman the most trying part of a and she lor a'tBrnate, joined the male herd. their descent upon a Cherokee frambli2 up" her husband's shirts so that tho if they had been led In a direct fine. winter in Manitoba is not its severity The man raeau enough to steal a for you live in a warm house but its Then(ruBninVJrpuBd'' and, jound. he, dive. Denver Tribune Chinese washerman would groan with Near some of them were placed some red-hstove has been caught wocKoa iowani,.ui norsee ana mares. cavy and gnash his teeth with tho same very remarkable triumphal arches, eithei act. He is a young negro, his in the length. Snow lay on the ground last Aa jprald n I let hhn go, Thereliavef feej 78,576,724 acres f unholy passiop at .sight of them. name is season for six months and a half, and elaborately-carve- d of wood or marble. Henry Johnson, and fan hMMnv h W&S stt liner lnu-- In ,wn. ..... trra r! tnit in ,1,1, fniJkt- lonrl .J..1 - e Rowling Green, the great lakes were frozen for the same imcirai, ui I'QUH- "re "" v v,ti- j,....... tinrost. Belgravia. $&e mu-i- t always have the nrvsnulaw tmn-om- t Ky., claims him as her own. x vuKtect aim out on tne uon.- - period. Cor. Philadelphia Press. Shall THE IMAGINATION. l e i- apna-rent- " "Doctor, don't a'0d"lH&ny procure medical i,rtwho 4H' Involving of the rartu irt atli. Matters people aro not seers. sick'" a Ui-wi- zo -- - ut c m Rire-cllvc- r. -- -, arch-pric-t- s, do-w-e e - b,m ten-do- l- . - r , wc-imc- noimtstTOpo1itan o - - -- Hi'MVKHTVm. lsethwgCKMr and they' with that sham rofwmd learning thought me a man. and skill." were sick?" "Tiler" luiVniiagii tfthe contra-Irita- e "Certainlvl A W ma!es riest of God"! ovcatl t talk up her nSlod she's adwlHiatej, her oittAlJi' it. Yi axt "Of courso theydip rkero"s nothing" in tile matter with bM. the valids. 1 always wV big batch of Wet class of pa- bread pills made U( ticnts. .Many a on "fCgotcTut nf bed, so-call- M, uiiam uean, u. u., uapiias. j 1 i I missionary for fifty year- - to the Chinese ai Rangkok, Siam,now at the age of lm nrrlred in tlna nnnn- sr.vunf Iry, where he will spend the rcmaiaderlfe" .1 i'i 1.:, u;is. ins we "need monT? At this day and age jarpouter schoolmasters, less of tech-- nology. A knowledge of mechanics and -- ' mechanical movements is of more uso a"i well as ornament in a business training than an intimate knowledge of tad definite article or Greek verb. SouUi- cm Trude. Guzctlc. ,,- - , AsJW-WHHfcv II -- . , T fMtraaz-- -t -- .u-- 5 oNiis-pnrsnc- rs; al-m- pf-tcs- s, wr-ra- ten-doll- ar . t -- wa-he- i- -- 'd h few-eres-- Tf 1 ! eluto Xa-tkm- al - se-Mi- pull-bac- k ee ijv-es-rf- 'd I Go-pe- to e, , -- s vun-imu- e. a jtor j- j ". rud -- as-ho- ran. now-close- -- hi-he- lp. sight-seein- g. e, ieo-oo- ld talk-.bi)u- 4. st n, AVnc-Ucn- th "Xo-Michi- gan." -- uroad-chcte- u, k pop-txla- g. whip-cord.- s. - not-hav- e to-d- a- mid-season- s -- Legi-Iatun- 1. - gosh-bake- d e, n, i lxmd-hold- er r0h-fire- d for'tho-RiS-Vln- i inI lie ibrs. h-- thi-plig- ht - par-afli- ne -- -- coat-colla- r, horse-growe- rs s, waJhfe-j-et4jejyjUiniorse.-Yi- h , rock-wor- was as well as I am. On a certain. diy Europe and i'0.000,000 in Asiatic Tu- r- , key, 7,500.000 in Persia, 25,000,000 in thepi was one of theso circus and show' combinations passing. I had Arabia and Central Asia and 60,000,000 ' in Hindostan. Considerably more?than an inspiration that beat (my skill could produce, i hired the half of them are in Asia, and the re- - . l manager to let a tame bear out of tht mainder in Africa, except the 6,000,000 h. 4 .cage and we all set up a hue and cry in European Turkev. CVucrta Tribune. ane cniiurou went lor the woou, anu No S'ate in the Union surpasses rthat woman took after them without Texas in tlie munificence with which . jeven stopping to make a toilet. There is caring for its public schools. The; was nothing under the" heavens the mat- buildings in .the larger towns are equal ter with her, aud when her htlsband Co any in the United States, and. liberal 'came to settle I thought for a while he'd salaries are paid the teacher?. Tlie State boot her all over the. farm." Universit has a permanent fund of over 'Ever have any other case of the im- half a million dollars, aud also two mil- -" agination?" lion acres of land. Its total resources-ar1 "Lots of them. A big hulking fellow estimated by the Hegents to amount about ten miles from the town I was to five million dollars. Tbe State has , practicing in got tho idea that he was also set apart thirty million acres of v going to die at just eleven o'clock in land to provide for general cduca-ior the forenoon of a certain daj About X. y. Independent. nine o'clock a messenger came for me. The Rowdoin Orient contains a . & ,1 hurried out. When I got there the communication proposing that, an Al- m, crank had fifteen minutes to life umni Memorial Day be set apart to be " to his calculations. He did in honor of Rowdoin's illustri- - '' jlook a manou the verge of eternity. oils graduates. Such a.proposuLought Ilis eyes were dim and sunken, his face to meet with universal approval. Thut - i liad that peculiar pallor" which heralds class of '25, with Longfellow- - and Haw- the near approach of death, dnd his thorite, takes the lead in respect to illus- breathing was very labored. The family trious graduates, and there arc others were gathered around and weeping also memorable. Jacob Abbott, whose . 1 r took a final leave. Something had life and fame" were connected vith Jo be done quick. There was a smart Farmingtom graduated in 1820; William ? looking woman there and I called lift Pitt Fessenden in 18iW, and Frankliu jxside. Pointing to the clock on tic Pierce in 1821.' All these ii.'ime: occur. mantelpiece which the patient within a period of six years. Fort la ivl I said: 'When I have h's (.lf.) Press. irui6 attention turn that ahead.' Then Rev. J. R. Wasson, discussing in crowded into the family group, hustled 1 the Independent some new theories in jhem into the next room, sat down education. ithe edgo of the bed and began tellibg education, favors industrial Among his reasons therefor, is one totltmxt that fellow one of the mo-- t horribl ; murder stories you ever heard. I located the effect that such education is a preventive of crime. Hestatci thereconls it right in the town where he knew everybody, named the woman killed, of one of the Pennsylvania pcuitentia-riethat of 1,014 prisoners, only g went into details and so , . completely interested the man that he seven were mechanic-- and he also subsmit.s some riogli-- h statistics of like55 iforgot about his eleven o'clock appointment. When I gave him a chance to ehnraeter.ni further corroboration. A - -. t' f look again it was twenty minutes to ' deduction from Mr. Wassou's paper twelve, and he was actually mad for a neconlingl.t. i that the more working--' time, claiming that he had been tricked. men rc have in the land, the better it He finally got to laughing and we all is for the .general peace and good order. took dinner together. The next day he The very triteness of the conclusion t commends his theory. Current. whipped two men at a barn ni'sing for twitting him about the programme of UrjQErrnsilABAGRAP.HS nVasn?t" there anytnuigtne matter Figure can't lie. That is a tniism. with him?" ., "Not a thing except what he imag- however, which does not apply to J'dung !' ined. He was sound as a bullet, but if ladies' figures. They do prevaricate Francisco Examiner. , I had not adopted that ruse, he would occasionally.-Sff- H have gone over to the majority at eleven "Papa's paut-- will soon fit brother" o'clock." is the first line of a new song, and yet it "Doesn't imagination sometimes cure i a:d that there is no literary or" mu- - people who are really ill?" s'cal genius in this country. Philadel"To be sure it does. Imagination has phia Call. a strange and unaccountable power. I A Georgia negro after living ninety-lhad A funny incident that answers youi ive years of single happiness, fellheti ' inquiry. There was a giddy young to a small fortune and has been married. 4 widow called at my office one day. She men never can stand prosperity. was a hite-titcreature. Talked all the Some I". 'A'. Graphic. time she was'awake, you know, and had as ranch laugh as sSe had talk. She "Actions speak louder than words,5" wasn't very clipper when she came, said the blacksmith, suiting the action however. jShe was on cratches and ac- to the wonl by hammering so violently if: companied by a solicitous companion nn 1it flnv-i- l flint. t!u hnnV fifrnnt whn il who was brim full of sympathy. The was bothering him turned offTiis ga?!1 Sir-M. invalid had a knee badly swollen from Boston Glob". h rheumatism and wanted to know if I Swift wrote: "Thre never appear, -- 'fum could administer electricity, which more than five or six men of genius in always helped her. I soon had a battery an age." "Now you understand." said J friend Rrown, "why I am so sad. Solitude in shape. The sympathetic placed one connection at the invalid's will be the death of me, I fear." "Even, 139 t knee, which . appeared angrily solitude," Fogg, "has itscora- I held the other connecBoston Transcript. p3nsations." tion in my left hand so as to The Print of Wales' son is coming complete the circuit by touching the patient with my right. 1 drew my fing- to this country. The American women '4' ers across the back of her neck and of who quarrelled about dancing .with Alsco course she indulged in a few little bert Edwanl while he was making a screams and some hysterical conversa- tour of this country, a quarter of a cen1 tion. "Doctor, that's a strange sensa- tury ago. are now grand excuse us, ami pleasing' matrons. Ouch! haven't I got about plump tion. enough? My knee feels a great deal Herald. better. Don't fill me up with that elec"I'm dreadfully tired all the time, tricity. There now you must just quit, doctor; what do you recommend?'1 I've got a whole streak o' lightning in your disease appear to be constitu-"- - IS..JJ me now and I knew it was all I needed." tional, perhaps a little irou,will .yit . The pretty widow walked out to her your case." "How .shall I take it, f,-- ) carriage without a limp, and had no doctor?"' Well, as vour circulation , n trouble in being the belle of all balls for needs to bo improved.ihe fonii .'" the balauee of the season. I had no- would doubtlos be the bsst." .V. d'.-W ticed a waggish student of mine in the Graphic. .j, next room stuffing handkerchiefs in his Canned go it is not generally in dc- , mouth, writhing with suppressed laugh- mand at American hotels and rcstati- . ter, winking at me on the sly and in- rants, but in Mexico there Is no preju- " whenever visible to dice against dulging in a can-ca- n me alone. may uon me " 'What in the thunder are you mak- the new ministry republic. v piiiroua neighboring hen lexas en-- ? ing such a fool of yourself about," I butchers sell the meat of goats they., Hired when the ladies had departed. generally call it mutton. Galveston i Ie awav and pointing to. the fi'cx.) Scir. t&ntmtfli havVkilled battery said: 'You might The lady of the house was a hjvad- that handsome creature by an overI looked anil some woman of a mature order oL .t-- . charge of electricity. joined in the hilarity. .3 I had neglected beautv, aud when she had complcJcd her toilet she gazed fondly at hcrselPin to hitch on to the b'altery and the widglass, and remarked to hers nw; g ow's vivid imaginatioadiad supplied the currents .wliich wrought .so sudden a maid:, "You'd give a gx)J dealHobe as as I am. wouldn't''iSMf""'. cure." Detroit Post. now?" "xes'm; almost as much . KT you would give to lie in London. It is not bel'cvcd that tins epigrammatic; Ry an old law of Qjeen Anne's time, voing woniau w.ll be cho-e- n again ui' and an addition thereto during George the expiration of her present term.--LifIll's reign, all London are required to register at Guildhall and A rich voimg man was conrting a pass a satisfactory inspection as to poor voting 'girl. but he was slow in Lately complaint has been bringing matters to a crisis. So one ?&fc character. made that persons not registered were day she complained of the hanlships otl K practicing as brokers, and the Roard of being poor. "Poor!" he exclaimed Aldermen has had the list of registered gallant Iv, a voting lauy witn your brokers published aad offers a reward wealth of mind and graca ofperson of $250 for information concerning any poor? Why. such charms as youunregistered ones. The number of possess are worth a mint of money ii in Loudon as shown bv "Well. I wish I had the mint and some: , .I the published listis2,lj)2. Philadelphia bodvelsshad the charms," Press. :and the crisis came. Al Y-- Mercury. &1 An Accommodating Friend. ini-(m- al d IkleU"twUl,tfwCtlrire'3 AviJttaaiBilBnlsK III 00Xl3roiASn4iH'A'Wff sii 4a rhnmfirirtf) VM am .in Southeastern mBS .., ITaw(u : : t W s - -- WIUUWBVTW mmmmr -'-- it-- e f9m -- ob-erve- d cy 1 '. . o-- a blood-curdlin- - If!. rVZ - i y -- . ti , ob-erve- d ,t jf .-J'.' "A'' flat-iro- -- & " straight-haix-edniiUtou.'ian- ilt 1: -- m-th- good-lookiu- g Stock-Broke- rs -- e. v stock-broke- rs - m stock-broke- rs she-said- .p sJ - I k the'vallej-andjcixiim- a- it:: -- e. .? ot -- oAshe t. - "."' " n iqo i JT: r 'til r ft! A desperado named Charlie Fee, who had munlered a friend" in cold blood at Brackcttsville, Texas, was pursued by the Sheriff, overtakes! and captured after a desperate resistance. After his arrest he became quite sociable, and the Sheriff asked him why he murdered his visitor in his sleep.fi "I did it as a matter ,of accommodation," replied Fee calaly-"As a matter of accommodation?" "Yes; I bad often heard the deceased sav when ho was alive that he dreaded a lingering death, anajwj'"' ho wanted Siftinas. to die unexpectedly.' Thn TTniversitv of Virginia "has no "prescribed course of etdy no entrance no vacation except tho summer one, and but stf holidays. Broadside.- 1 In newspaper parlance, to constitute a, 'insr. , .1,1 K nnntl .1 1 ...,-!,u oroausme, viva iuauci wuum " j,i. , on the entire sheet, on one side of tho' only, not in columns, but in one - te measure. It matters not which way of . : the paper the printing is displayedor' f what the size, of the type, proviuedthe,. s whole is presented to the eye in one ,jJT x ' view. Although the entire matter of a be comamed on one broadside must paper, an indorsement ' side of raav be allowed. The custom of firing ,.'j' newspaper broadsides- prevails in but in the United Statestlheri ordinary column width furnishes ample. spaco for the abuse or criticism of temporar'es. M. Louis cry T,l-- - . Jt .. rf- 'VH -- - -- per .o-l- " -- -- En--elan- d, Globe-Dem- o- K ii tJBU K 6 " .w J Ji'iWUVfrliJ -i-- .. 1 -- " fV. XI Hir-HickmaifCoiirie- 'm $? v v . j FARM AND FIRESIDE. Tom "ElHott, airich young farmer of waril mankind was to break Jay Gould, t offered their advice nnd influence. baDi?4 announced that he and Blood on young trees is said td keep Dakota. How Hits Degenerated Int(J a " M13 Jvi .iJLS-i would never marry until wheat sold at Keene made money fast as long as rabits from barking them. Kpntcrl Sjbtent of Itlrtckm.ili. AT" "7 P a neighboring prices auvanceu. tie oougni wun great one dollar ULMH! WisitiX, Publisher t Almost from tho The noon meal for working horses ' farmer, tfho nas a daughter willing to oni of which freedom and courage, and his name Mam T T MB in it was iit ever- brte-'r- i mouth. But when should be principally grain. It can be roiieve Tojn's loneliness, offered to take tCj'P .; KENWSKB he came hnrl rww.i vr? m.:. misri-Mt one dollar a bnshel Millet. has bQpa Jn the tide turned Keene was loaded. He quickly eaten, and will not disturb tho t liis ontiro'crop-achair while bhe ate, and ,VurJ-- he rarely jr In the OQure of the call :i rap came at custom , of r stomach. Troi Times and "ivehiro actieck for it at the wed mewed -- ami she ave him the kitchen door. Ann roso and answered j vogue, fiveu the anrients "hoie m. did not have the sagacity and eeleritv of bread Journal. Gould, who has a knack of turning It is said that "in new combs the ding. from her plato now and then Sao talked it, hopping ner vously across the floor. Sho tom: :ird explained of CE., in the Bible, observed even mkmrt lines to good Account, but thickness of the sides of the cells conto him, too. "Sice 'nY ., pose Mustang Liniment only good she, "nice returned to the minister with more distress S&5s thd eiMom, carrying pieces of gold and kept on getting In deeper and deeper taining honey is but the one hundred cat. Got up .on the vlluto in her face than ever. 135 Years Old. )see me 'fold tbfcKhas," for horses? It is forinflarama- R "Nothin but a little gal with a Maltr- silver, cloths, pots of honey and brlnfr In tho sqnaBhes, didn't Ve?There'sa She IdssfcaflfWi"' bnderstaiHiaW' wine until the inevitable rapped at his door, and eightieth" part of an inch. Messrs. Frauds Newbery & Son, Lonsaid she. "The children hev got wind beautifullot of 'em, an ho shall hev some eat," Ml tltei charm of this release tionof all flesh. had lot all. Keene' To remove rust from saw, eliisuls, don. England, established for 123 years, stowed for his dinner She has peace! so he of inv losin' U'illv. an' they mean it all and pices to contemporaueoiii people and he found he SU seems to have been the error com- and so forth; scour with emory moistened write: As a testimonial from one of tho seems as ef I should fly! They rigliti but it shaU."I iu.iiN.my, 5 iiiii n inuuUMUp or error to beginners in Wall Street Ho with sulphuric acid, ilihitell with six ,, ,fr Fee it written on rn.rfnf. bringiu' cats. They'll find In Great Britain, 4idthe mon andrUb his soft keep comin' an' oldest O, what meaning! O, wbatjrrace eeapufcalnst trotlMtft-her, nud look as if ne knew a cat that they think mobbe Is Willv, an' so when going on mission of peace or er- wanted to trade all the time. The mr jnst rour household remedy, will no volumes of water, rinse, dry and finish Of repose the chanjre has him to show me. They'v they brine what she infant. rands connected with governmental afShe has heaven! operator waits until the market of Interest to church brought .Malt" an' wuue cats, an- cais an fairs. Kings gave to King-.- Princes lo uits hint. Three or four times every with oil and emory Hour. i Albany doubt be the statement you, We are pleased .Jhere was , . . Journal. that wo have sold They've brought yaller tuits an' 1 riiiCes peasant-- , to peasants, and to make iuuBvi-nipHo meaaiiouK. tiered Nature's First Law. and AnJuec weul Malty. au' thar wa'n't one Of 'eni looketl AnV"memPI UMiim ihoe Sho?ft?8Q dear. ear all hand- - in the treet agree that when lilnck. ohe neverinissml.oiif. ti.- Cocoauilt Cake: Make A cake as St. Jacobs Oil 'tith satisfaction to the pub autast. eanrcsreyes Then thoy've brought kittens bers of the same family living at a dis- stocks are wry low. Tlieie has been a old saying, " a stitch In The Tfeenterel, always fonutHierlttiiiB there liko Willy. owing to for several years, and nned the skic?. tance always carried some tokvr. of es- ilurrv, and prices have gone down ten on would for jelly Cake. Using jell be- lie, extraordinary merits ot thatarticle, the ui. iub neau ot the third seat irom me that they knowed . wa'n't Willy, but they nine," can very appropriately the tween the lasers, One good, "fresh the mebbe I'd like 'em instead of him thought Jroutin4iia.wght-hau- d wi-- row always in the They mean all right, I know; they're real teem when" paying isits io ck-I- i other or twentv per cent.; they are sure to re- - Woanut; break it, And bating peeled demand is continually Increasing, and that Poraewhero In tlio asure neldw be applied to the preservation ot healthi ' same pince, n meeK, erect little figure, in a From time immemorial it l.u- - Vn ct withfu a comparatively short time. Studied hy thestarrj shields but it 'most kills inei it, grate carefulh and sprinkle oxer the we have heardaf many favorable reports iKXr tidy black bonnet nnMn obsolete Of the worlds thutiiurn and roll, Dr. Cuysott'8 Yollow Dock and brought mo two little kittens the custom for lovers to exchange pre,. Then it - that the prudent man comes lop and over tho" sides thicklv. Be sure regarding ita great virtue as a black coat with no senin i ,Vhole of the Why, thev M o'litAoroal "' ' Sarsaparllla has undoubtedly saved their eyes open, jest before ents upon any and all occaMoiiNwh?.her to the front with Ids cash. But the man ami volnminoiiback. Thatliail been the style that hadn't got J ' make it stick. Also, mix it with remedy. Of her hope and ours and now could be found for it who ,roc's down into the street every day of outside gnnnent when Miss 'Millet had you conle. They was striped an' w hite, an' or not an thousands of mortals tolives of usefulThat which dwelt behind tht brow, laid abide drebsinakuig, and sfce bad never they baid thev thought they'd grow up to outside of their de-- re to mutually plea : md bu or sells for a slioi t ttiru feels J sugar before putting it on. The Hue-ttoU- t. VTa1t a halfja'mlnute and tell us how a ness and the full en jeyment of perfect, .. I Oaathortal w lays-hariien gone a step further in fashiois She had look like Willy. They were the Hooper the people have lavished oos'th g.fti man can go down in an elevator. A". Y. From time's prison. though lie must do something every they knowed him." robust health. 3 is stopped just where she was."1 treated children, an' It is iiow asserted that the common Ledger. rulers without UompiuSion and ilav and that kind of trading never faifs , her old patterns as conservatively as she It would have been ludicrous if tho poor upon friend has Kevcr more a panir will dart wltli; The first symptoms of bodily ailments to friend, ami to wreck the longest purse. Keene was earth worm Is the etut-- e of the gape o gen gien old woman's distress had not been My niece, says Mr. C T. Krebs, Baltidid her Bible, Through w hjte breast ami patfentr heart. m should be needed, buch evidences of She imdihad ajireyrfV6ic4l0Ple Il'1 uine. However, Mr. Ileal, tho minister, employes lo emplo crs. This system of alwa s in the mai ket, and he was always parasite in chicks. In examining earth more, Md., was cured of severe hoarseness 4 d warms from a d strict the and soi-r-t throt by a few dosea of Ited Star approaching prostration as a feeling suv n us youun, ana she i"K """ " was not a man to xoo tho ridiculous side; expressing love and esteem ha-- , ahvav-- . buying- - The sharp feluui set of v a thin, sweet quaver, the hymns which the he could pimply be puzzled, and that he been u opiilar one, and if it liad been gape parasite was found to be coiled up Cough Cure. 5 ot weariness and lassitude, anxiety of She has entered tho pearl jrato ' lows who manipulated Denver and Uio minister gave out. She listened a solcnm was. ? worm, , jWhvcUbteouie things await mind, peculiar aches and pains in the precned, as it should have been, with- Urande Up to 110 or thereabouts sold a in me structure oi me carm with ami A CorpkE were photographed in front or experienjoyment to tho stereotyped prayers and It was a case entirely outside hib nch w, "Au the good and pure, j et deep T joints and limbs, disordered digestion, the speaker's remarks. Hewa a u" ence, and ho did not know how to deal with out the taint of paying tribute,"' Vould ffreat lo' of stock to Keene, nnd he was Upon feeding the chicks Niagara tho other day. "Pride goeth be"tsceihs'her sleep. middle-age- d had ; urinary sediments,etc, should quickly :ts beautiful and ennoblinr .., compelled to take more to hold tin1 earth worms the disease w:n produced fore a UlVJ.Ve. in a'dall, conntry it. He wondered nuxiouslv what heaway be preacher, n , best bay to her. Finally lie went Close her eyelids, fold her hands; town. be counteracted by a judicious, use of It was m the days when the widow gave , mice against their raids when thev hnd among the brood. Dolou ilohe. f Smooth her hair to satin bands, There Shall be no Alps. After llleetincr. Ann mm nn and tolil w ithout saying much oi anything, ne was hn?. miln l lHintlt ftrnt,i.tti nhj t!. 1.....1. this invigorating strengthened -- As.tVgards the kecp'ng qualities of Soon our care of her will ccaso ...l.i.. lllliuill .ll.Klil 4.1. vt .JtlJUUl sold it short. He never was cunning him how much she imd en irvvmifcis remarks. so afraid that what he said might be out of "When Napoleon talked of invading Italy She has peace! of benefits therefrom in the enough to conceal lns operations, and washed butter, Henry Stewart, the to the demands of tho case. It . The remedy has stood a test of after his wife aid children. ono ot his oulters said: "Hut, sire, reOS ,0ml inquiredutu. to ner a minKier was an proportion him bordering on sacrilege to hereafter. seemed to authority on dairying, tells $ member tBe Alps." To an ordinary man V p'-ftr the sharks of the street marked him ouaaiways grow, gnws.-wiforty years, and has proven itself in Time, it is said, changes all things. It from the first. .unpublished apostle.-nn- d d his wife nud treat this trouble of Ann Millet's like a He was indiscreet he kept a pail of washed these would havo seemed iimply insur."JBte.win"falI.sBd winter Know? oven instance tho best blood pnri- . Wo shall miss, a little while, family set apart on tho cartKJo matter genuine affliction, though, on the other certainly has changed the custom under pnoujrh to fiiiarrel with Ja Gould and butter a year; it then brought three mountable, but Napoleon reipouded eagerHer bright smile. how lull a pardon iaborel here, he would hand, that treatment was what her stateof discussion. Like mauv others, it hv " There shall bo no Alps." So tho fa- .' ficr, system renovator and strengthfresh ly: to threaten him, and Gould thereafter cents a pound above the price-o- f Always have one disciplefla this old mitiil sAomivl tn reonire. mous Sunplon pass was made Disease, dcirp.nprfiti'd Sri then"W shall tarnnaide. until it h.is " ening cordial that can be compound- - j ount him as a It is butter sont to the New York market liko a mountain, standin tho way of fame, Coins out the door, ho stopped-jin- d woman. And aora&stbo dim lino Rlido listened .a KfJEHfci? i t?ioiA-Jr&from an ordinary commission fortune and. honor to mauv who by Dr. for :?"Wr!WW'all IP When Ann had walked JjomtthrouKh the ed from a thorough knowledge of That efTOas the life of breath t- tfrostv starlight ko lit her- lamp first, and ratmerf. Then he concluded he wiu iis fulTThc why and wherefoiT? inurf E otreet man to have Goutt's friendship man. It was washed in the churn with Tierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" "s.Vrid of death." medicinal herbs and roots. wqnt on. Ho watched eagerly answered by those whose conscience then she called her cat. She had oxpected taken, and might be healed and so tho mountain would than his to Hnd him wAitiug to be let in, but lie was for Ann the next meeting night, but sho readily announced their guilt; tiieinno-cen- t floundered onmitv. And so Keene a very weak brine after the buttermilk disappear. It is speeillc for all blood, W. this beauteous, marble mask Try It whenever you don't feel until his money was gone. had beon drawn off and Was salted. Half allures my soul to ask not. She sfcjpu out on ner uuie piazza did not come.It is doubtful vhether or chronic Itrag and liver diseases, such as exactly well. Try it wji.en things must look to tho knowing ones for He bids fair to become what tiie bovs Ilural Sew Yorker.' That I. too. may have .release. which ran along the rear cprner of hei no she "ever would have done so if she had consumption (which Is scrofula of the And(Eod peaco. ytfv. seem to go wrong and yon hardly house byyerJUritohenFdoof, and called. not found the catl Sho had a nature which information. How this deplorable state call a ghost of Wall Street. lungs), pimples, blotches, eruptions, tuioroK.-irhrt- ; s could rallv'nn enormous amountof strength of affairs has been brought about can oe f CUvaaniTLeailtrA ""Willv! TOHv! Willv!" and kindred mors, swellings, Knowwnatis mo matter wiiu you. That thoroughfare is full of ghosts POULTRY. Sha'thntfcht everv minute sho woald see for persistency. complaint:. You will be gratified by its e.xhilar- - 4 Of men who hate been rich and who explained bj-- almost any one. But the dav after the meeting sho had hipi coni bounding around the corner, but ating effect Tho exuberance In olden times people" who made gifts now are penniless. Thev march down A Description of u Poultry Tariri in In- AN OBJECT OFTOYE. she did not. She called over and over and occasion to go down cellar for something. Cantos (O.) capitalist a'e going to try animal spirits engendered by its uso Kliiml. in her shrill, anxious pineiLWillv! Tho cellar stairs led up to the front part of did so of their own accord. Thisat least to tho street every morning regularly as nnd maka snsar out of beets. This way, " gives it first rank among the Willy! Willy!, Kitty! Kitty QKitty!" tho house; indeed, tho cellar was under was tho case tip to the time of tfie do tho millionaires, and wander from the boats try lo make "sugar" out at capitalAn English correspondent gives that part only. Ann went through her drear!. When the Roman ruler Hitt-diu-s one broker's office to another, bending The true assistants of nature in curing1' Patient,; waitmlYWhileT'croarliins, shivering with chilly sitting-roofollowing description of the Way many ists. Lowell Citizen.... she never usod it exdebilitating diseases. came into. power he become di- over the tape ami talking all day long cplctaBfl neirvonsBOssfftover thejrkitchen cept in summer and opened tho cellar Hocks aro kept on an Knglish farm with Despise ot the fay of Smalt Things. sgusted by the mauner in which his about tho market and predicting its ''nnd'called door, which was in the front entry. "There Wove?Tnenlsho SS Procure tho remedy of, your . to a ma v help n Little had imposed on tile peopltjyiy course. Once in a while they put up a comparatively little trouble or expense. uent pin things easy cuair iui man rise .. nearest druggist. If ho has none on again: "Willy! Willy! Willv !'' over and was a quick rush from tho gloom below, m an iuou.uit. a c There were no clouds in the whole sky over, waiting betxveen the.call3, trembling, and Willy flew up tho cellar btairs. hand insist on his procuringitfor you. This farm is situated at Stratton, Pierce's "JUeasaut Purgative Pellets" bill in a bucket-sho- p levying tributes, and issued a decjee and fcx&pm rebTeak her'dniro7d"e4rs alert, her dun old eyes Do not ttke a sul stitute. "Lor' sakes I" said Ann, w ith a white, limiting tho practice. This edict strut around like fighting cocks if they about four miles from the old city of small things, pleasant to tnke, and they thar all tho wiet.,:Belweernheni the sky slibweh a strained. She ran outrto the road, aiiH shocked face. "He ha3 been downfollowed relieve torpid livers to the gifts made on New YeaEs increase it to ten dollars: but that is the Dorchester, tho capital of Dorset. 'Hie cure the dreary the while. 2ow I remember. He Being purely vegetable tm.rfi&M yellmv. SThe'aTr was very still,' lookid'arid called", and down to among RESH FLOWERS, garden patch behind the home, the mo when I came through here to gltjny Daynd other fete days, but it was suf- end. for they immediately stake the ten owner, Mr. Thomas Chick, lives in a and do wonders. any one. All druggists. they can not harm and the trees stood out distinctly. withered corn stalks and the mouldering cloak that meetin' niht, an' ho warned to ficient to break up, to a largo extent, dollars and lose it. There are low houso, next to au "Thar's goin' to be a heavy frost, sure squash viuesall white with fros,t. Once go down cellar, 'an 1 let him. I thought he Uie pernicious habit into whjch thosi Presidents and Presidents and quaint old Fnesn Floweiis is tha title of a most beauis Worth, the great d enougha'MVnttMiUerJ'I'H hay 6jgit, ,hoiuhartleael;.6he thought: shotsaw wantod to hunts tLorVsakes '" . church, nud coming over to this Paris dressmaker, attractive, bodys. It is sad to see them country to lecture. tiful andchildren in ntt.e Sonsr Book for tha power had fallen, feundnv ijcbools, or tho WillV'COlBg: buritnvas.toulvajblaclr cat She went back into the kitchen, her modern timos everv conceivaflo and sadder to hear them talk; but it is the hamlet lies around and about. We hope that he is not coming with any vountrcr Infant Cl vss. Mrs. Emma Pitt. In which Iwlongeu to one oi tue neigubors. knees trembling. ,Tho.cat followed, brushShe stood in the door, surveying the look Then bhe went into the house and w aited a ing agaiut her and purring. She pour.d occaa'on is grasjH'd by some for gju- - the old stor' of fortunes thrown away These houses and biased views. C'Ai'i0o Tribune. widely known and celebrated tho compiler, is are Tor Sonjra and Hymns for children, whom sho little whilc:then outaKain,calIing bhrilly: outa saucer of milk, and waudied him makmg. Hobdays, birthdays, wetuimg in gambling for Wall Street operating prettily ensconsed in the narrow valley, More tlmnW bright thorouKblv understands Younff Men, liead This. hungrily lapping. He did not look as if he anniversaries, promotions, electioupo as usually conducted on margin is VtflyJ.WillyMVHlytlS, TnuVoLTAic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,- fonjfs, fuchas Littte Lambs." Pnowflakcs." on both sides of which is the land occuTperewterejaorthern lights streaking the had suffered, though he had been in the ce- oftice, departures and almost even thine gambling simon pure, " Little hamueVanil "Unldrcns Sheaves. hawl pinned closely over her head, and skj-- ; .and vou oau not babyish. .11 the stars'shona steadily through the llar a week, lfut mico were plenty in this taste. ' An Chick. Here he has re offer to sent! t heir celebrated ELKCTOO- VOIibegan work. other Electric Appliances abundance 25 cents. v) . Jiousp,. rosv glow; it was very still and lonesome old house, nnd ho had probably foraged else must be colobrated in this way, and in .ke anything else of it. Nineteen out pied by Mr. vears. Ihc tarm is taic Belt and days, to men (young orold) Nothing of Pictures. in fJod fi0 per sided for forty This was a ting, anil cold. The little thin shivering old wo- successfully for himself. dozen. it is this which has made the uustorafm of twenty of the men who engage in it about five hundred, acres in extent, and on trial forSO afflicted with nervous debility, loss of vitalall alone in thf with nTtloorvand oietvinjjowinifontf andj man standing Ann wntched him, the white, awed look odious one. leave money. They always have somo f Also & NEW. ity and all kindred troubles. MINSTREL S0IIGS---0L- 0 uevoteu to n little piazza, over which the roof jutted, rude, chilly night air. under these splendid still on her face. "I b'poso he mewed an' A gentleman was talking on the mb-e- good explanation of why thev fail, but is many othand poultry keeping. stars and streaming lights, called tver agrt I'didn't hear him. Thar ho was all tho nnd on which the kitchen dooiv opened on overjand over The lanre ales show th's to be a perfect suc-a few days ago. the fact remains that they do fail. And Corn or wheat growing is only a very er disea-e- i Complete restoration to health, put him: f the Door little moro Kit ami nn Ihlartwn'er'TCeSqnashes' were "pifeT ,wat $wy thiugitoarUtfyjfihecreatureto-whleti timfe, jest whar I nn' puttin'an' me on Him. rish.ui musical mi lodwonihrl ever brighter or "Do yon know," said he, "that nxiny that should be convincing and should minor portion of the work. The herd Vlcor.and manhood cuarnuieoti. hntb of it of the Lord, keep brousht together wire Writa up on this piazza in a great yellow and uercomnanv in me great universe m wnicu I've been an nwful wicked woman. I ain't a man in this city has been compelled serve its a warning, MIN- the of of Devon cattle is a very good one, and curred,as80 days' trial isanowoa pamphlet, free. than and J1JBILEF hundred PLftSTBTION. All sVns hrc collected. been to meetin', nn' I've talked, nn' STRFl juenerself was so small. are I have seldom seen a finer collection of thematoatefor illustrated at times to rob his family of some the Wall Street operators of y : Accompiin. meats lor A m r11rt1 tbP World sinjs -them: "A4ladki;lotl3ir;-'aMlraaa.ra5iThem squashes I threw away! It's ben of b.nere is that cat? O, dear! Willv! so warm they 'ain't froze, on' I don't de- needed comfort in order to kecpupwith striving not to increase their fortunes, these beautiful animals. Mr. Chick deIf you can't marry a woman of sens, Fianoo,rOwran.- i- - plain, St JO cloth. his- fellow employes in but to get back what they have lost. votes his atteution to economic breeds, voungman, mnrry of dollars. serve it. I hadn't orter hev one of 'em: I ner obligation to uury, ana never seemed Willy!" , to think of herself as performing the duty She spent the night, that way- - Mrs. hadn't orter hev anythiu'. I'd orter offer Well, it is a fact, and to say the lejst of There is a fascination about winning a of which lie keeps several varieties, and 'Philadelphia Colt itselfniILfdrr be- thankful," said she Stone's daughter ltnth, who was up with a up Willv-- LprMnkea! think,of me it, a shameful one. A dojn men are few hundred dollars that overbalances For Anniversaries nnd Gatherings of Soonly does lie send large quantities not always. what I did, an' him dowif cellar!" sick child heard " Bnows's Bronchial Trochks" are ex ldiers al Sonus and Hymn for A of a few "Miss-Millmustihavs.lolbher cat 'A sho That afternoon Mrs. Stone looked across employed in a store, and some event in- the regretlose losing times thousand. and of eggs'and chickens to market, but he cellent for the relief of Hoarseness or Sore Memorial Day. jitysiiawi, pinned ciosftiyover herJiair told the life of their emnlover makes reco!r- man will running four ,! henfil tfrom her sitting-roowindow where she hertmoth'er in thelnorniug; 4;hesmall.oval of hefcface. ami Throat. They aro exceedingly effective. pdari, showed of supplies to small poultry-KeepeTJke the book above mentioned.thls Ij a v nitiou and remembrance on their part wt go in the fifth time with an assurance was sewing, and saw Ann slowly and iie'fereater part it seemed to 1)6 laken her calling hint all night lpng." t verv irreat success, nnd everjbody likes tho farmers eggs for sitting and pure- Sold only In boxes. Price, 25 cents. lMi h n injtvirffnrhnft. fr&m Mnr1v vfliiMi bringing in squashes one at a time. Pretty soon, Indeed JlAnn canu over, her essential not justly o, but still tiey "witthm him that he can win back other stock birds. This, however, is a brijiht. immotic oujrs. A Krcat favorite with bred taer&n-sitbr- a "Look here, Ituth," she called to her must not appear pioayunisli, una a all he has lost. If he chances to l&ofcedi'wKh a siualuold face wildaandawanl "llev vou' ey8 the firaud Army, and with all who have been TVhen is a yirl liko a greenhptis? When perfectly legitimate part of the system, d Expression? She ISokitl seen anything of A lllvJ" she nskel. "He's (laughter. "Jest you see. Ann Milieu's soldiers, etcusitel in War Song Con'is; decided upon, and win .1,00U after he has lost $4,000 he and one which very many farmers Bhe has her sash ou. Loveell Courier.certs. Wetb. $4 60 per dozen. uliko at everything, the clear cold sky and been out all night, au I'm afraid some- bringing in them squabhos she threw away. iiresent j enough io make inftho instantly bclieies that he can make his might encourage, to their own profit. things happened to him. I never knowed I don't believe but whnt she's come to her Mailed for Retail Price the bquashes, soberly and solemnly. aggregate the sum required to purchase fortune. He never loses that belief During the senses." This expression, taken in connection with, him to stuv out so beforej' tumors enrod. in ion days, LTOX Jt JIEAI.Y, Chlcitso. vji": season, higher prices rupture in ,Pile weks. Address. "World's The next meeting night Ann was in her it Some of these men have families while he has a hundred dollars remain- her little delicate old face, had sbnTetliuig When thev told her"tht?y had iTBt, she aiLDITbON i. CO., 6T Broadway, SeyrYoxTC four almost uncanny nbout it. Some people went on to the next neighbors to inquire. plnee. The minister saw her, rejoicing. which they find it a hard matter, on ing, and when the hundred is broken arc obtained than if merely for the Dispensary Medical Assoc'n, Buffalo, 2. Y. table, and the extra shilling" received complained of feeling nervous w hen Ann But no one had seen anything of the cat. After meeting he hurried out of his desk to small salaries, to provide for. These lie repairs to a bucket shop having for V.oek birds always add to the balPIERCE'S IMPROVED CAHOON All that dav and night, at intervals, people speak to her. She did not seem to be comookeLat them. The sack is an appropriate coat for a retwo, or three, or five dollars taken from become a ghost of 'all Street firm in SO'TljarVMib' 'Stone cbinin'," said she. heard her plaintive, inquiring call : "AVUlv ! ing to see him ns usual. ance at the year's end. This is all done jected lover. The llatchet. ' 'When sbelookod up at himthere was an their purses are needed at home, doubt- v'Hope toj go!lnes!i she wonft btop an' Willy! Will v! Willy !' the belief that on a cah capital of .10 considerahender me ! "Lor' sokes ! I'd orter hev more The next Snndav Ann was not out to ofld expression'on her face. Her old cheeks les, but still thev have to give it up to ' or 20 ho will recuperate enough to without regard to mere fancy is to ghe PiKE'aToorn ACiir Dnoi s euro inl minutc,25e. tions. All that is necessary" "were flushing. pamper to a foolish, aye. criminal cus- take him back into a regular broker a thought to the selection and mating of Glenn's SulrVinr .sVwp heals and beautifies. 25c. SEED-SOWE- R! "I am rejoiced to see you out, Miss Ann Geiiu vnCoh KnjiovEii kills Corns & Bunions. tom, or be called nigirardlv, and, may ollice, where he will pile up the money the breeders. the minister, sliaking her hand. Millet 's. fiicWfMrs. Stone told her daugh- rate hesitattnsiv . Ijipsoted Ca- Pier1f . be, if their stinginess' becomes known until he is rich again. And so he gam-t- o ', SEZIr r hen"she"rturued from church. "She "Yes. I thought I'd come out HOON Ann." "The fowls arc divided into families, ' U . Why find fault with the Boston girl SOW EB JW ', Mis' Stuue. Come in, w a'n't out to jufetin' "I am so hamivtosee vou are feeling betI'm afraid their employer, incur his displeasure bles every cent on which he can put and spread all over the farm. This is Thero re ycs on the un. V. Y.Graphic. r sriln ami ul ktm wI. 'ot woiK ill men. wont ye"' somethin's the matterS&I never knew he? ter." . IiocMi.f ami lose their places. ' iirni .... so far done, that, at the timo of my S jvt one acre of wbent In . I Mrs. Stone came in the gate, and walked to miss goln." "The cat Las come back," said Ann. ms Do vou think anv man would 1...' M'l... Wall street game as piaycti at fn ng e.Bhiy rodf Does lixzar. So shf went over. MiS3 MU'cCjvas bitting .V'try A. HTMiiijf, iu 7(r;x-rup to the piazza, and stopped. to Stratton, it was necessary to Ir afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Br. Isaao betterworK'hanby ny mean enough to discharge an employe present is a losing game, and tho sooner visit between three ami four miles in Thompson s Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 83c. in her Iittlewoodeu rockingphair in her 'Gettin' in your Miuashes, ain'cyouJ't walk cti t rncan whatever. to rob his children a man who is behind the game severs Accnlmranttd rrtceS. because he refused kitchen, wbekfhtopenetl,fthsd6or.' "Yes. I didnt't dare resksieaitout) see all the various Hocks. SHEEP. s mi (tamp f it circular. " Whv, Ann Millet, nre vouIckV" all connection with it, the better oft" ho order to for such it purpose?" it's so cold. I left 'cni out lasfvear. Nearly every lare field has a small " "No, I ain't sick." nn;ahey gat touclied, mrv it ftlout pfwilt Do I ? Well. I should think so. I will find himself in the immediate hereNot Well llr DNpniicil J. WILDER & CO., poultry-hous- e of fowls, it, with a "You wa'n't out to meetin', au' I didn't stock That Canthe r.irm Koonomy. a a - r 'ifci 9S ?r know of instances where men have been after. Jay Gould did not make his and in some ofinthe largest pen With In fields 4hcre kJ'eV4disboaIdsrbe'kileiafraid' t. JYesk know" I "I ain't nver jjoin' to nifetititagin." Mr. Henry Lane has given particular given to understand that thev were ex- money trading in the fluctuations of are a couple of these houses. 'cm: it's a sroourtenl colder than I hed anv Of Cincinnati, Ohio. contribute, and, failing, would stocks. He did it by buying entire rail- course, they are put as widely apart as idea of when 1 com out. I thought I'd "Why, whatifo you mpnnl''j attention to sheep husbandry and ap- pectedtoto "Mrs". Stone dropieil into a chair, and 3rlin0'ccrto4is, "Maxwell's a minnte. so I It is roads, reorganizing them, watering is possible, and where there are two in have look for work elsewhere. " jest clapped on this head-ti- e an' this little starel at her neighbor. preciates the value of this stock from this system of robbery which has made their stock, consolidating them, and BERRY GROWERS "capaover my shoulders, an' I'm chilled one held, these are placed at the. exImin't never the standpoint of practiqal agriculture, "I mean jest what The worst putting them on the public at an enorso pernicious. "jclean through. I don't know but I've tuk goln to meetin' agin. Folks gttto meetin' treme limit?. There is no fencin" or C." SATE 1 TETt M C EAT. I.V 1.A110R 1JV rold. Yes: I'd take 'em in. We got ourn t j thank the Lord fur blessing, Is'imse. esyeVially in thcVdder States. Itefer-rin-g feature is that it is growing steadily. mous advance from first cost or cost to " g runs, and the m used to form ii'iWWWII in last week, Mich as they wa. We ain't I've lot mine, an' I ain't :,in'.'" Burnins Off Their Strawbtnr rncs. to the increase of Hocks in New until now ome men can scarce turn himself. His gigantic schemes have birds have the fullest liberty. The farm not more'n half as mam-- ns von hv ! r von lost, Atm?"3: For partieilsrs nnd rrice List of RASPBERRY without expecting some one to been originated bv him. The theory is studded about with fine "large trees, b"Vhat k irilly?:' and Vermont from 1800 to around I&rtst Rhouldn't think- yoH couWlIu ANOSTRAWBERRY PLANTS. Ai't" lra alL 'YoIn5,tTTiT'an tosnyy5u' re inakin' Hampshiretheir almost as rapid decline give them something." has been to got possession of bankrupt principally elms, and these give splendid ZiUClA. ilurhlc?. Qcnsnao County, Vic.ii. 5, Ann." 1810, and Are not the people who give pros- - roads and consolidate them and give shelter to the fowls. Cattle are Kept in "Well. I dS?Tallcrs likel squashes, an' such a" fuss as this over a rut?" fallents in a measure responsible for this them the appearance of prosperity. Tho the fields, and the only attention the Mrs, Ktonj cguldi make:a goodjdeal of since the latter date, he regrets the pu'4 orter bee hun .UX-'K6- ? 'Sm to' " aft p.hruh? round me, . Wabash system is made up of somo up his "back dlsapj)robation aivf cmteniptnianifest in ing off as estrcmely improvident, and state of affairs?" fed and have face, nnd"5heldid sets forth in the Mirror his reasons for aa'.wrrin' when I'm of out hepiale are twenty different roads, not more than birds get or need is to be "Some of them, doubless. There k oXAUtCiMell., He- likes 'emi better'u fresh nowv,,"l their houses cleaned daily, and moved W Absolutely t always people who seek to curry favor three "of which were paying running well known and eIe-Intrwlace ao0 this view, with helpful' suggestions occasionally. Each Hock, generally a Free from Opiates, JZmcties ana rolion. rPO bratnl risrironell Uie trad thoTORK & HAVANA.J 'Yesldo."1' Jnefc'i i if of tbe M.W through the instni- - nciises when Gould bought them. Yet distinct breed, appears to keep its own superiors ...VSeemsquetu-- for like seeh J"Well..T 'nin'fc nollim' agin cats, hut I CIOtR t31P NY. liberal arrangement Saiart or by English experience: SAFE, SURE CURE Ooxxissiot paid to the rlsht man. For tnrtuer bortlcn-lar-a A thtngr.'" Onrn. von't touch Jem; he,V awful must sayv"iu beat. Why, iVnn(Millet, its of presents; there arc still he threw them together and ran the and tenns aildress. at once. "Thousands of acres of pasture lands mentality have no better sense than to price of preferred stock up to 00, and company, and 1 was told at the time of For PROMPT, Throat, Iloaraeneaa, InSncsza, lb etlalaiy. OIowTnlce an' big War cat looks iiownrignt siniuifiir you to teei 59,,. 0 who others Concha, Sore THE NEW YORK & HAVANA CICAR CO. niv visit that it was the rarest thing for thar in tho window!" il. Col J. Dronchltli, Croup, Whooptn Consn. conrse.H'Ou set a' good "deal by Willy; but nre being ovprnin with bushes and briers. 57 Broadway, New YorK. think that is thconly wav to spend their the common stock up to 60, at which a bird of one lot to be found mixing Atthma, Qulnir,rlnln Cheat, al ottr it ain't as of he was a human creature, They are being abandoned, not considthe public relieved him of them they have no other afftlomeftlThroatiKlI.nns. ujiv- iwwac JUjuuiilil mm finr." - fatsos cats. For inv nart I never thoutrht ered worth refencing for cattle. By money for whichare as bad as the form- - priceshe moved on to fresher pastures with any of the others. WbTDrwitftndI,al- SO cents a bottle. and "He's a good deal of compnnv fur you. it was right to set bv animals asef.the.yrwa.s keeping sheep a few years they can be use. The latter "The" houses arc movable ones, so PricePnrtlet unaUt to induce rlertoprnnpay ers. ai er. They do not stop to think when and put up fresher jobs. His amalga-thc- y made that they can be lifted and carried get It for Mem will receire two bottlcsxpreM brought back to a productive condition. SBouTd do paid, bff ttndln gone dollar to "I can't hear what you say." TKEATfen FREE. I imarantee thn rrmovnl of 14 go around among their fellow-- mations and his consolidations have C0XPA5T, 1UZ CIURtlS tnis long winter that's of a I symptoms In ten days. Radat least bout bipu-- j v VI never though it wisyight to set by The day is past when the fleece will pay workmen, subscription paper in hand, been on a most stupendous scab, and by a couple of men, handles being proipi',4t 6olOwnadJlBolctoirn. ical relief from flratdoee Send for Treatlut I don know. Evcnrliodl-upurpose. These houses Btltlaian, HirjUC,C.B.i. the cost of keep. Wool is lower, but expecting everyone to contribute some-- 1 have demanded the out-puiuiHiauut;- auiinitls as ef'OieV was baKes." etc, free, ten days' treatment free bT mall of millions; vided for theerection, and roughly put that's olive in4liejfcli'& 'Ldou't feef. It's cdm'ortin to haa mutton to all patients. II. II. (lltKEX. M. II., OS are of home than forty years ago, waa troablctl with .Tones Avenue, Atlanta, Georsla. 'That's so. It must be pretty lonesome live creatures alwut vou, and I 'ain't never when it higher,considered profitable to thing, that the natural pride of many but they have brought bun back tens of together, but are well and substantially was Tor you anyway. Ituth an' me often sneak hed anvthing lik.' othr women. I 'ain't who'll ave nothing to spare will force millions. The same is true, but to a chronic catarrh and gathlegs about two of it, when we look over here, 'speoiallvyd hed JioifbllSi of inv own senco I kin rfi- - keep sheep. Combine the two products them to give up for foolishne-ering In my head. Was what lesser extent, of VanderbilL He has made. They sLtnd upon.shelter to the very deaf at timet, and had ieiubtaa'veWOTkedhaMaTI,Tvrjelife' and sheep husbandry is as profitable mavbo isneeded at home for barefooted increased the fortune that his father feet high, thus giving a discharge! from can. bebelow. The inmates reach the an' nei noinin at tan w love, an' I've now as at any previous period, and left him, not by speculating in stocks, birds by a or bareheaded youngsters. being unable to 'Well, I don't uieafe to complain, any- thought I'd orter le thankful all the same. should again assume as great imporside Every day the house but by solid investment and by the in- Hocks are carefully looked over to see way. I'd orter bo thankful. I've got my But I did want as inach as a cat' r , , breathe thronsh my nose. : "And this habitls spreading?" Irf ourt Stafe. As States grow "Well, as I said before I've nothfn' agin tance Before the lecond bottle Nowadays every- crease in values of the properties that iJ2eanAV'inv?tt aroof over my head. "Like wild-firany are missing, or whether any anHMBlifbffBeflE an' wear: an' n rooil cats. But I don't understand any human older, the process of agriculture must be body has the craxe. of Ely's Cream Balm was An open door to succew n tiiWncss e. EVERY School children came into his possession. The men who if latmany folks hev to be&lone. as fur as other bein' with an immortal soul show symptoms of disease, but the so changed and improved. exhausted I icas cured, and If the growing HIST TKAAHACTit UCSIXESSta a to teachers, employes to employ- hate made fortunes through stock specenjoy oun.1 heUh. thorouch and complct nianner as the Merchant. t ioiks is coucerneu onthismrth. An' p'haps much by one." . of wool will noti pay. and it will not in ghe and holders of appointive otlicas ulations are indeed few. The men who ter is very rare indeed. The hardy, TraderorBanlcerincreryday life. For foil particu9S1 Chestc. !. CoiBif, ers, some othr woman aiii't lonesome because I can't near wuntgyoti sayj.'j Anncould natural way in which they are kept, lar addreEa.iman College, Pokeepsle, iesr Yorfc become "more valunut St, l'hllalph!a, ra. anv State I am, are" may be shed be one of the kind nsuallv hear Mrs. Stone's hig"h'v6ice withunder city, county, State ami national have lost fortunes in the same manner and the common-sens- e fashion of feedshe seemed deafer. able, mutton becomes the most valuable governments to the heads of depart- are numbered by thousands. X. Y. Cor. that didn't like cats, fen' wouldn't hev got out ditllcultv, but Italm is a Cream ETGHsNO PILES. ing, made disease more conspicuous by along half.as.well asjme. Xo; I've got a I don't understand anv human bein: sheep product. remedy blsed upon a cor- sometimes, though very seldom, til. Louis GloltcZDemocrat. Jlolstnre. lntene Sjtnptams fea itsnabscncc than by its presence. In wittrart jmiRortnl void ttrsettin'.sq muchjiv to Iks .thankful iur nvt rtlaimDfctS Of thlS dls- place, the ments, MpanygtJMcs.Hn' As this transition takes ltrhlnir. most at nleht token of as a unanimously permanent cane and can b depended J w?yn I knrcOTuT, niore'A LldeserveA r 'SftfliNE'S OINTMENT snrc rare. "Wlar instances two or three breeds of hheep must be changed and friendship; often through coercion. It s never orter complain-- " upon. 50 cenia LOVE.. IOLS In CI IMXO ALT. iiouive cotloA.uiis' &ione.J' buildings were occupied by pens of HAY-FEV- ER tWnetv c&nditibn. England is a shame." by mail ree-- It is "KOrTt,V RiirU as riinples. Blotches. Rash. ; 60 . " "'j'lj ETFKA usJooMf atT ourbnerele f 'Iljiaiow Ijld'vjibulYolks is trials some-ti- adantedltd throughout, in no case are Ltercd. SamplebottlebymalllOwnt.cent fowls: but CTrsTTTTJiT Trtp.-- - Itrh. Salt liheum. no matBK'nnTiRrsXyveXlIbelrf goytl'dear my children are, thouch. formerly produced large quantities of Not that Thr Symptoms oT the CJranil Tnsslon ns "Is there no remedy?" terhorn!b.tlnatc or long Rtsndtnc Jf. tLYilBOTUKRi. Orurelsts, OwetO. . T? "Ttapl-ie- r. the poultry allowed to interfere with But; sakes l must be coin'. I'm I've got a good deal Jto be thankfoilfpr, I'll tine wool, rsow it can be purchased at Bni. hr mall. SO". VkL Kxplninctl by Two Colored 1'ooplr. "The only one I know of is through catchm' cold, hn I'nv henderin' vou. It's own. In that way. But, Ann MlUetJTilidn't a much less pricethan it cost her to the regular work of the farm, or to awiMawi.i.iuius a. SoiabyHruEzUt.'' Pete Jackson isr a colored man work- nnennv that which would otherwise be sup, You've got somethin' think vvii was one to sink down. so under produce it. Vine wool Is produced very the making nnd enforcement of laws coo kin fif tire house iat smells rood." prohibiting such things. It should be ing for Tiff Johnson on Onion Creek, increased. thought! the Lord would be a tuft trial. I and dentlemen In : by Its AlMTPr Xifdlcor County to take Ughf, At chqap itiuew and sparsely populated made a misdemeanor, puuishable by I haTO a posltlT rtnwajr for tie abcf e dls " -- ivaty "Yes; it's some stwed temarter. I allers comfort to you." . '" England, on this account, Sway back Lucy is, also employed by Tiff othooanlsofesof tbo worst klndaudof font "It is only the adult birds or the older landIner.aTlxacrl.In!e!.o'ron;nnT fslth .ra.tr.tth.f.AiM. Ifi.in.a M. ... , n .. nke wnirtbitt' fcUn seat butter an' pepper know all that, P&StioIjBtJvJiejiS countries. "I or both, for an j as a house easilrmade Work sent by mall. Ko canvass-- v u rtX la its effleMT.tht I wl send T O BOTTUa J REE, it conies to it I'm n,w, an' I ain't thar: an' did noLabandou sheep husbandry, but tine or imprisonment, servant. TlFey are very enn- - chickens that arc put in this way out on Ins. we have rood drmand for our wort, and toettlirwHhaVAl.DABI.i:TREATlSBontM!lo somethin' of that kind Ls srnat. I've got hands, an' l, want somethin' I km keeps as'many sheep as at any jormcr official in any"gdvernment, niunicipar. lilential with Tiff, and tell him all the farm. The chickens arc hatched lurnisn steady cmpiojmenr. Addnsswlth to any safferer. oi'tP"sadr Oaddrs.. .. L 4 f!fuvl Htl. mill. stamp CKOwxM'roCo 291 Vine St . Cln'tUO. iwTork. DR. T A.e.KlJI.Ul lesrlet touch." Then the poor soul broke down, period in herlistory. She changed her State or national, to receive or 5 Chick or either at the residence of Mr. "G)olMlightllis, Stone. Goin' to meetin' and nobbed out loudjtlike a"baby:"I 'ain't should be ' about their private affairs. A few days at a farmsteading some two miles away, nresents. The same law , A. Sherman it bow at ma T.lf FrboUnWp, In the v17 SailrlTHJ'lP Dr.J. PATS for aBUMWi COLLHlr. never felt as ef I'y orter becretch other line wppl sheep to mutton breeds. En- made to uimlv to school teachers, and a;ro Pete winked mysteriously nt Tiff, roLKSIX where lives the man who has the poultry goin' ef RuthloiJt;iOjieor,jishfl& gland keeps a larger number of sheep, it should be the leading rule .in yj "I'm forgradnaiea. National to specially under his care. In one or the VUlbthdsriniryfbruary. liook vjth likeness of . Jiing him otV-- to one aidey-aS- M S Jrte totey.wirtthrchildrentyou know. Good- - thought- - p'haps Iv; could git along better according to er ares of cure, cents. Pnnclpiu ortee, . --ratiX -yitluriit 'eln than-oti. . IV for CircuUrs. - OOLKMAN nn'xno other of these places the chicks.' are Cases beforand '.after where ten will be after this month. land', than any section in this country. raiciSXrrSfrktadaiid Y h. 2S1 Broadway, the land. Some States have such a law Hill out. Mr.lStone Huirt(fKKfn in "a verv hiuh- - know ed it, an' seein' thar wa'n't enough Mister Johnsing. I wants ter confide kept until old enough to be put pitched tone all the while. Ann was some- - too. round. He ntve 'jemto them that Enrli5h farmers understand that it is as the one I speak of, and I believe the A MONTH.n Agents Wanted. OO bri rA I rPJ I practice. B,S A A P LACfeT. JT Many of them, of course, are sold or this prominence that has h world 1 sample wjmt. deaf. .She had spoken loudly and needed 'em most. 1 'ain't never felt as giving sheep sC'IlKartM ! nvat ;'..- - tn t.il.lo S250 Addrrt J K.Y BiloSSOX. Detroit. Mien. ... t :. .... National Government prohibits the so- i ?.Whatsecret to yer. , MUCH WllUIiqilUW vuiiy, uimvt v" ar enabled them to increase their average shrillv, too; so now there was aud was ef JLld, orter .complain.-is it. Pete?'" lull, ttfijtt&aldlhiMfr jiUteitVelilrii The number of eggs and cured without the fclf catRVpngugh!"! nifgata. hed that yield of wheat per acre up to twenty-- licitation of money for such purposes." "1'segot a great notion tor ask Sway-bac- k or as stock fowls. every year is about fif- T UUSiK Kit? 1 1 K yoa wan' to become Tel- - CAHCER Treated trtatmeat sent free. Artarrsl ,? Book on al"You. would not stop r ezntiih Operator., and nmi.MPHliif tfe.Trw sold off this farm eight bushels, uur average is but together?" F L.TOXD.M D, Aurora. KaoeCo,lKi J pad marry me." empioyinemaadressi'.N juiAJUVua.u. Lucy ter be guaranteed Mrytoaef pMHinjjiher'tfiTy drab cajfu "YoakIn trt anoiherat. Ann. Mis' teen thousand, and there are six to eight tMbtAjirjM her ajfeping, rounded sboul-m- Maxwell's got sonie reififiwfrt kittens, an' twelve bushels.'" " "No, but I would make it so that! "Do yon think she reciprocates your hundred chickens hatched every season. IV The superiority of sheep over other nrr mun rni,lil L'AAIi flinTi In WBefcedWapWlf do . 1 kribwbhe wants' to getTid'of 'em." fact that most of the it a .!. ' affection?"did -vcr say she did? . her own home, which stood on the opposite It is true that these numbers arc not don't jcwf anv of Mis' Maxwell's kit- - stock for tho improvement of land and out the fear, if they refused to -- What Horse and Cattle rawaersoia in im "I give up I. worthiest: that Sherldan't Condi side, a little below Aun!s, and Ann teut- ', tens. I don't never want 'anv other cat." consequent increase of the grain crops, wonderful, but it is also true that "Do you think she loves you as much very that they would lose tfea Powder Is absolute'y pure and on tugging in her squashes. "P'haps yourn will come'back. Now Mr. Lauq thinks, "will "be generally 'ad- to present-beggarif every farmer who has the same acrevaluable, routine on jrxa as you do her?" their situations. Let one "I'm glad she's gone," she muttered, don't take on so." . in age would do tho same the number of mitted bythc: thoughtful agriculturist, an tney cnoosc, anu wnen and all give "'". "Ti7 -- looking after Mrs. Stone's retreating Hgure. ?""'?... B" "'. "Dat"s what I "spicions." ...s -- t --f fnoJ.,,V .rrah-i.M- . urorent and cure "What" tney choose, would be in" -i- li!I also ConaiuoB lomisr. "- -. -- brmaU for eggs and poultry produced and ho urges that their usefulness in cf their own free will, but stop every"I didn't know Low- tabethendwrtd ii'Him-ut- ijIf'B'Uapj-ypun- i wilrcoma back " "Did she tell you so?" per cent. Also rarniahediln Urge cents In I'dortcrheVn6Wpatifcnc'" CHICKEaM by matt, 1.20. arcnlara atent ntZE.sumps. JQllNSOM & CO.. BosUa,eant, he won't. I'll never sea him agin. this direction should be remembered to thing that looks like tho "No, but she niout jess as well hub creased several hundred Utti. I. 8. squeezing of ,pnee 1X0; She had to carry in the squashes one at I've felt jest that way abwt It from the breeders' This, however, is not what I wish to the direct the under man by the man credit, even tole mo so. When she was goin" fru' de point out. for figures applicable to Enon topT" a time. She was a little woman, and al- first. Soaiebody's stole him, or he's lwen their may bo small. though Tribune. N. Y. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. though she had,be uscd,t hard. worVall pTsoaydan' crawled away lh' tiled, or he's profit vardl punched herwid a pitchfork, and gland arc not relevant "to the United her life, ife'nalli notlxjenof a kind to dTch shot fur his fur. I heard thar was a HOQ DISEASES. The "Arm ana Hammer; DAIRYMEN and FARMERS she said: G'way, yer black nigger. I states. 3iv oDiect is, in "" htrengthemhHHscles: rshe"ha'd leen a boy over the river makin' a' n brand iinnd Soda and Sateratu is used wiui weac i should ns8 only the "Ann and Hammer It has generally been said that when doan want ter hab yer about me. 1 exhibit what I regard as the".. WALL STREET GHOSTS. true dressmaker: Sq she stepped patiently into blanket, an' I went over thar an', for Clear, and Keeotna Milk Pans Sweet and 'success for the prevention ar.a ewe of HOQ,. ,Mcouple live together tells vcr. Mister Johnsing.dat when a on farms her kitchen with a squash, and out without asked him. an' he said he hadn't never shot si clean, u is trie Best ier an 'CHOLERAanlolher diseases without quarreling they were as "loving Jim Keene Drops Out or Sight How woman tells yer ter go 'way. she wants method of poultry-keepin- g Mix with the amours feed. one: then In asrain. with one. Sho tilod A cat liko Willy. .But I.iipMt know. Boys jgSjjgsay Household Purposes. " namely, planking movable houses out "should no longer Dev Speculators Ketrlei Tlu-lhetrfBln atwaj) on thei floor In a corner. ain'--t brought up any Fortunes A vnr. ter .stav right: dar. ...n.lJ am de con- - in thr Held, each capable of folding a krict. I hope he as tnrf le doves.-- This a gentleman said flCy w'CKJ . ViV tHl "...I. lie used as a simile; hev to eo un on that shelf over spoke tho truth." Wiser l'liin. trainestcniicra m J u uwn. " &, HAMMER chickens or a dozen adult the mantel," said she, I can't I declar' I thocplit I heard a this morning, that he had a beauti"So you think that is a symptom of score of Tho enforced sale of ."V.nies R. KccneV git 'em up thar an' go to meetin' cat mew some whar! But 1 ess I didn't. ful pair of turtle (loves which for the fowls. This can be done yen easily on gffszfrfSW '?s lo you?" lov To Insure obtaining only tha "Arm k Hammer " brand Bois nohow." 1 Hon t hear it now. Av I, I'm sorry, pasture or feeding lands to a very large fought contin-'uall- Jast horse, and his disposal of his final' or Raleratns. rjnr It in '"Donnd or half Doond" cartoons which past three months have I does, sah, for a fac" ABtf. 1 sIptMWv eTflTt ttfar"s din- as Inferior goods are sometimes substituted for the "Arm and lesx our Qhnrtlv and now the male will not allow remaining share m a large apartment afterward another nesrro extent, for there can bo no difficulty in a- - to cit, aiHfe i ider'blefretty mer oasavsea nought in douc askit the "Arm & namiaef" Brana muvux vnismng mwj.- - - ; same time with bouse, mark the failure of his latest at- woman heartl Swayback Lucy singing having one house to uvcry ten acres of wnay. t Mi whars your his consort.to eat at the or on fwrlflinHarfierf were all in, Ann took squasnes-- j ' vBvAmr Y.j Star. tempts to recoup. This has reminded away for dear life in the yard, as happy land like this, and, evenfowls wheat be him. Srhenzciudy -I R. U. may farms, olPer shawl and hunc It on a nail behind "What" busy Wall Street that Keene still existed, as a bird- THAT the kitchen . door. Than. she.tet , hee iiowl.l i"W I.V1 , , . k - . laroclv kept almost to the same extent. .j. ,j ' What's dc matter wid yon?' this issue is a dav late you may but needed something of the sort to reIf If Lorillard's Olimas 'Blvgi the field. where the crops are betwwsa (he Windows, and sat down cond yer. Aunt Sukey, I believes I know a farmroots, "I tells uiy cant any none oh 'em now. an' 1 blame the weather. The editor call him toliiemory, fcrhe has dropped and in the corner chietly corn or beartntr artdti tag ; that Lorillard's tentedly. aou't Keer about 'em iny&elf." to get to the pfiiee Monday and TrnaiTl.Hii rone cut: that Lorlliards Pcto Jackson wants ter marr? me." There was a whit cloth on the table, and entirely out of the financial world, and of nearly every field stands a poultry-housMrs. Stone looked at her in horror. When Tuesday by walking the fences done tole yer bo?" Clippings, and that toriUard's punSa. ars, NaTT Has he some bread and batter and pie beside the ,ihejjot home she tM her danzhter that Within a yard or two of the t'h the test and cheapest, quality con14ered? is no more a factor in the inakin" of Xo. but he rnout jess as well hab stew. Annyglgk i,- Aalrayfeyhw iwVtifWdM jSitCof mind, the remainder of the crew being female is bared, but this is l is onlyia part of beauty; prices than is any broker's office boy. tole' rue so. He punched me wid de house the ground tho birds wander in orter be TJKtIhe? aMLbfhfe-iteij8Fu3- bt to see help, we haveibeen chasing type about yer dat means all, and, though Every lady fork. I tells isa part. ?"y of stf$fellireat.' Tw.jHlwbeifeytJfl3hMt him if their respective boxes, with no help Yet Keene had a brilliant career while srrSI and out among the grain and roots, but hewaaH()tMttejaj?liatAht. bad except a sore ifinger. But Jiere's the it lasted. Ho came on herewith $3,000,-00- 0 hiimfin'- - Texas Siflings. least, what have it'; harm, but a yery great deal may was-no- t. looldaflpd HPHnovefl her food, aertflad they do no This'toffe griet or thereabouts in his pockets aid Jia4eoalyfcytheX.'T.'fc! Telephone; take it for what it is worth. alMflBlebkoBSforit. Perhaps she got a goaded that meek, re veentIa Si manuring and cleaning the Magnolia nature into TlaTanaClffarCo-STBrVKn :.Ii" looks like Jit. 1879-8Telephone. Indiana man has patented a of good, well as finding nearly all the gairHol iuj mtmt oat of it, too. besides fierceness. The. childish earnestness which Canton (Me.) stmck the boom of and at one An earth, as Feitivel7tkeBH.ry..Y. asktokit. f " , .Pwhans'iTiot Jowar rttciel . 1 th had h4'iH,religi6Vfce time was worth not far from $15,000,-00model for a straw hoihr. The walls are food they require. This year the houso Balm b01-- 1 freshens and . .: ,tmm I HOTW BMRC Said Brougham, when he was a The riff-raand the hanger? tn to be made of bales of straw or hay, and stands in one corner, next in anothor, ..MTWr WJIU DBlr otter direction., Abb Millet, in snite of all hpautifieS. A.N.K E. no-ns r jrosisy m excuses tiftt'eoBkT e MkAJ'rnrW. was struggling lawyer: "Circumstances alter and the adventurers ot the then plastered and bolted down. asIt is and, so on, effectually preventing any wiMrVHCiuMli iEi!? wrtiTRta Use aaUfllss) ssi ks) feW' abtxxtimhh 1 could get hold of be preferablo to brick and on to him, flattered him, ssIwmw ysi ess. an- - matt And she was as tntW n s if this (Cases; but wish danger from foul earth. Country Gen4 ." would alter my Indianapolis Journal. ssaaii hiin his mission in life and his duty tfeecoa- - I petty, ocasiB fee it had b;,, a eraser one 6ome cases that tleman. U other people's estimation. aSI r. i Before, anvthlnsr seating saucer. herself-U-.e 3t . sV l .iLs&ssssssssssssssssssssssssssMt- 1a tr,8cb' before Thewxt tiny the minister called" on her, liad' ivher cat his stimulated by Mrs. Stone's report. He did so outspoken; her awo warm mllfcte andzieemef b hot find her her. Still, this phaso of him of her restrained character was a revelation to him. Ho .told his wife, when he returned home, that iie never should nave Known it was Ann to -- LEVYING TRIBUTE. Girt-raki- per-bushe- ih-s- - I s I gift-maki- ng ? . g "(higo Did VOU" j i -- -- Ul r "iu drdS-kooj- cool-head- ed - -' "1 "i'j lirier-ineetlu"iet- be , - -- -j- ni-tpr. time-save- s -- ' tender-hearte- d; i- pain-curi- ng eeue s gape-infecte- -- - V i. -.- to-du- v j ( V well-kno- br-bopoi- a fifty-poun- - m J'MifcjiillC f r L Bit , fover-sore- ofi 4 ObrjijTrialofi m 1i'haakMioman."'f' - vent-out!id- e live-doll- ar ed ed ex-lw- - ex-ev- sqUare-tpwcre- -- farm-buildin- white-naiot- el out-door- s, ch-eii- y sneep-Dreeiiin- g, et dairy-farmin- g, -- - j-- s llirce-quarte- rs tho--o- f orterS4nful.''Annlsspore - S'SrSWrnVyiny' ln-r. et to-da- - gift-makin- WARSONGS. -r-c- m rs jmm-full- raHfit-solefn- n - r- - J BROADCAST - Mil-let,"a- id "Good-evenm- t," j BROJUtf-AS- r "ftootl-eveniu- WIKTW-Mi- a -- 1 tJIp 2&v i .ir Isa. nrn .Tnu thaoeVmark: Mfc fciit gift-maki- wire-nettin- LIK Ef , - j5-siSjg.- eiAJf j oniinuaiiDE: " - k higU-fe'atnr- el at - " M!jj3jal('i!il j , I - T DROPSY two-thtrd-a .r j Testr-monlal- s. - ut S!iWljIu1 -- 5 hen-ladde- r. CAiMBH SYB 33,000 YOJNGMEN EASTMAN COLLEGE 1 1 1 e. v as-lan- ds to-fla- y izznzr it ,,f .. .;.!a! ;i free-heart- miM i. oras-Cist- n. - liA Sr OONSUMPTiON. 1 DISEASES I 4& 'Vell. vvfuu-iuui, - -- Inl Ckitf0. bTIsiiie-sc3Tous'- i SK Viin yjall V4K 1 JJjj-th- ..v . -- r- -- gift-maki- ng -- f, ,... ! conn-tr- . s, i a m c. 'o "",.. in--- -.,- --" CHOLERA, W r- HENS LAY ,t cat-ski- ker-rid- ge newly-marrie- d r "to-morro- ht "AM trxJe-mar- BRAND" 1 'tsstsssi y. xEjw labi-:aco- 1 . f-- corn-growi- AWARE .- - . Tnan-age- e. A Clear Skin it at 4Wm1 J .u f-S- wsm to tff'i 0. Udkauai.ii. ot. II ! ' :.-- -t &i hsiw 5 rrUTft mra ar 1V e.. 0. ff ' Vf--tHfe- fh MaaJfedieaious . loao I -- le. - r' 1 cirenm-stances- 1 fi? $i, -- - -- i .... M 1 'c-- ' zui 3&i. 23 i&JfcL l,-r- '''' Vtrvrv"W7 " ' I jni r- wmMMi. JACOB WHITE, oi Hickman county, as a candidate So represent the counties of Hickman, Flton ad Graves counties in the State Sea ate, to fill the unexpired term of the fete M. C. Yaughan. LOCAL NEWS. Wt MMte Seatr. We ar avtWited to announce Far (he Leclnlatitre. We are authorised to announce J. F. XENNICK. an a candidate to represent Hickman and Fulton counties in the Low-e- r Rouse of the next General Asaerubly of Kentucky. ae authorised to announce THOS V. WALLACE, as a candidate for the See of Jailer of Fulton County. Election in August next. We are authorized to announce JAMES F. TAYLOR as a candidate for the office of Jailer of button county. Election 1st Monday in August next. We are authorized to announce JAME8 F. BUSHART.as a caabiUte for the ofSce of Jailer of Fulton confaty. Election in August next. "We are authorized to annoince JACOB 8ILVERTOOTH as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Fultoa county. Election 1st Mo a day ia August next. We . "ff-Wu- at Far Jailer. about thi fruit crop. low MM:;, it-- f fee tk late Style Clothing and ..1V-.1-r pn ' JtAM BERG'S SOSt t ",'j'fkfn :.f!fjYtk V. i re irowi ig lot ger. I talking and Biding Cultivators, unques. rafo I tionably the best in tnc worm. ell, it I makes uiaug i ice goou, wi.en wC men TQ BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," tion the True Blue Plows and Malta Oulti- vators, knowing, in our judgment, they are requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printers ink; to back up the the best of their kind in America. '. claim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e In addition to the aboye we have a fult . , jarc attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the and complete line of barm Implements, u,m.; nery, &e. ueai)ers, blowers. uiiiucis P "Not this eveniiur. some other evenmir," is what they say when Corn Planters, check and drill; Wheat asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" Drills, 550.00; Sulky Breaking Tlows, $35; "oods. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish Corn Stalk Cutlers, Hay Rakes, Sulky and Hay torks, to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. Revolving; Hoy Tedders, v no ImBte to be ric i i The intelligent, calculating It found the State in debt and left Threshers, Sorghum machinery, &c. for Field Seeds of without any Salt, yon prosper. business man studies well each it so,extinguishment ptousiondebt. ment, Plasterers the best, Lime, Taris, CeHair, Plater of the the and investment, and succeeds by in- But few general laws were passed, Land Plaster. Try Land Plaster, it is a Best ..duality of Ladies and Childrens it will vesting his money where t9tte-Hosworld beater on Clover. &c. at Poplar and do the most good. For example, and these were of trifling import. Cypress Shingles. Feed of all kinds for is the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate t&LOW PRICEST9 J. AMBERG'S SONS. have aroused the peo4it- sec the advertising col am us of These facts the State, and, as a Stock. -; Goods. This is the point and escencc of this discourse, with ple all over General assortment of Family Groceries. There are some the CouRiiitt. blowing about it. Perhaps you Brer live, (misfortune excep'-d)calling for men Prices as low 03 the lowest for first claw and makes horse sense instead of mere who do notappreciutc advertising. result, they are if Can anv one LTinK us a caee oTKidnsv qr LiVer Complaint that Electric Bitters From MayfitlJ Monitor. is certain that the work of will not hpeedilv cure? We say they can .Tht-fines- t qualities of Silks and other not, as thousands of cases alreaay perma. the last Leirislature of Kentucky nently cured and who are daily Tecom- - was MOt satisHtctorv to the peo- .Wewtioods, at mending Electno Bitters, will proYe. i i ...i-iiJ. AMBERG'S SONS. l,mt 'hmlv ,bal W1 4-- U Brtght'a Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back, or 110' '"i1! days longer thaii thecon- cured". They days any urinary complaint quick rHSever borrow, if yoa can punty the blood, rtgulate tne Doweis, and siuuiiuu.ii Lcrui;, ami spent Tu,-ac- t it. directly on the diseased parts. Every 000 more thtili it should have bottle guaranteed, irorsaieat ooca oottie spent, it did not do that cllicicnt Oat Meal aa J Cracked Wheat, at at Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. work that it ought to have done. J W RooE,la, - Kever play at any g;imo of cuance. -- .', Buekwheat Flour, at J. W. RoaEas. r I fj.ilm i . . r.- - t thin inmin will i. .!,.. 100,000 men announcement of Mr. J. p.lBeu-- " will carry mi ounce instead of !i Reports show that have returned to work in manu'lialf-omic- e nick, of Hickman County, letter. Those who try facturing enterprises since the candidate to represent HiclTman , it before tlmt time will cause beginning of year, and in adjiiiiI Fulton counties in the lower those to whom thev write to na dition a largo the number of miners. House of tho next Geuewl of their postaeo. senihly of Kentucky. Mr Ken- .; The striking knitting girls, of NotwithMandiii": tho unfa- - St. Louis, are meeting with ennick is n LrpiitlPimm nr.V..Alni. . . !..:. wi-i- i it ,.. "......j; y ' - " 41m ai,.!... couragement from other organizaisiih.n, Known ami ims neiu vnrstliln rfMinrte ic tn the position of Sheriff and other C!I,S I'10 P"wspectB are tions. How would you like to livo placeof public trust, and webe- - ,,,s,t Vce8 W,U ,l0t bl ,uut,, if on 10 cents per dayuud help supieve nhriivn' iliRfimr.i ilinilnticB nity, lusher, next season, than the port a family. "-. -; e arc now receiving our entire stock of choice Spring Goods, and f such positions with fidelitjvand past, because of the lurge supply Kext Sunday has been set apart we invite an early inspection bv all. We will show all novelties of the on Jiauu. tbility. Our atlvico is that hi.isa by the Methodist miuisteis ot reason, in man well qualified for thoiposi-tio- u Prohibition Convention. Chicago as a day of special prayer he now seeks. f' Delegates to the PiohibTfii for Gen. Giant's physical anil spirA Lawyer's Opinion of V InloPetn All atld Ketoiin Couveiltioil, to meet itual welfare. IH Hi j. a. j awney, ij., a leading attoraey of "1 i tile J'.UIl Ot tins mouth, n in al! the Winona, Minn , writes; -- After usineit for will take notice thatanatiKementfunAnd to do btynnens elective ly, Prices must be very attractive. They cannot be new spring tints. Great care has been taken in this departu i innw than t hrf va v T ! KTCftt "Dieafl- - t liilVA .liAoti .MVw ..- -.. less they arc lnht "eap. It is only within the power of Cask, burers to name tha Low. infills Wl tlw ""' "'", iae, V. .. , ment, and the ladies may rcit assured we can suit them. VV li' U'U HMHiW urein stating that ; njr f st Pries. We are the exponents ef this system in Hickman. Those who do not take We have an endless variety of white goods, Xew discovery for Consumption P"1'"1? by which they can c Fifty-Foupay well for their neglect We are not so absurd aa to claim that Years) us in when (Been Here best remedy in the world for Concha and to tue lMtv nm return on half! every a,,,c,e'r wt Colds. It has never failed to enrih.mmt Ask tor tickets to the Prolnlii &o. Ita People What They severe colas I hare had, and inrariabty Convention, and you will be sup- ' relieves b-l,Ho(1 as v agreement, nml permit-ttllZXAAlso, we have on hand, decidedly the handsomest line of Trial Bolt to toil to remain in the city several and Throat at Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. Large days, and return on tho ticket than 'I can le bought elsewhere; bnt we do positively assert that you caa bay tteas m the free. sizeSI.00. , ov let oery temperance Olivpr Plows. on nnil Inn hnrse. BcattlS. great bulk of what you may need at a much less Price than can be bought elsewhere Nt r"ysai U BCaUl 5i g? CKMCSP H0 t0m man and friend of the cause be being located in the basinet center of the City, we are prepared to offer speoial induceHandles, Points, Mould Boards, Standards The Mississippi at Hickman present. Do not fail. ments to attract Trade in our many departments. &c, &c. on display in the burg. Trices are lower on Clothing than ever before to rice, but has not Headquarters of the State Exe- Bolu, continues Kalamazoo Plows, one and two horse, . BOOTS. reached a stage to be noticeable. cutive Committee will be at the lower than was ever offered, "home or in tilt, history ot the trade, The rise has been from the upper Fifth Avenue Hotel, one square abroad." Two horse, cuts 12 Inches, S7.00. . In Ladle's and Men's fine Footwear we are headquarters, and carry a cjJtt&33ni&, nf. flio T.mvKKT Puirrs. All our best Goods we Mississippi, which is again failing from the Masonic Temple, where One horso $4.00. Great bargain in the: full line of nil- O . . Plows, which are claimed to be equal to any ;il oi. jiUiiiH. xue vino ami iriou- - the Convention will meet at two Chilled i'lows mae. gwruidct to give pei ft ct satisfaction. jjii llignu inicsugauon pays, x ou FTJIlSriSHIIlSrQ- - GOODS 3iT01?I03iTS, &a&oC. taries have been steadily fulling, o'clock P. M. Will the papers in Atcry Plows, steel and cast, one and two. u'e wi.l not be undersold. the past week.' Yesterday was me ftinie ue kuki enougn to gie. i licvrgp. oxlzr- .'LJ l2a-c--i raining, which may bo the com- tins notice a place m their colI'. rfeiWle'S'iivnure ofTlowsinVT Blount's True Blue Plows, (Une patent) mencement of a general rainy uinns, and oblige "world beaters," which never enters a conspeli, that will give us a fflH ntid Grekx Clay Smith, test but to conquer, leaving the field crowmaybe overflowing river. ;f Chuirnuiit JCxfrhticc Committer, ing with the blue ribbon flying in the j Who Made the Low Tn is NEW " NEW SPRING HHIl SUMMER As-,lm- lf .'... ', . - .- - "W ! hi m M GOODS, A.T r&&ir "'s MQIfSlir aooDS. SHOES. CLOTHHTQ', 3de,y ii Sttibroiderios, Laces, Neckwear, Ac, h: gpi3.?T55r! rj? .ryTTTTNrr! m-id- pa j - -- , r? WAWsh. &a & Ab Aimwcr Wasted. New Men. breeze A Piiceet? full line of Malta Double Shovels. ! . V tos- - It vim ,' p (4 .,a' ..,;, Vr Frh Eannonnce t. r friends and the public generally, that we hare test YV n:imreenre bukIc of all kinds of V Furniture, and solicit the trad .of wtMft t can enow an style 01 furniture in plain anil lancy. Alee, a a ing to buy ot 11 Furniture! .e M m m a. laki SFsJBl fes9 e fir.st-clas- , We propise to mak our price to suit the spirit of tte timed. You cm Mat asesred you Beet! nerer leave our house to look for tneaptr goods. "We propose tp sell abvM any retail Furniture lore in the "rurchase. Very respectfally, Let such consider why the most Try.RogeTa' Sugar House Molasses, the successful men always advertise, is nicaman. why so many thousands of 'busiClinton, Hickman county, is ness men in to many hundreds of out ot ue i n it owing a penu towns and citie, keep on adver tising from year to year. Latest Styles of Dress Goods, at .- with n your income. 4t J. AMBERG'S SONS. ""K Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever lr"u"' . Tlmt an able aiidsucccs&flll Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, The handsomest Line of Mens an Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and post Solicitor should make himself Youths Fine Clothing ever shown in Hickenres Tiles, or no pay required. It ive in party politics and receivii g man has just been received and is on dis- is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, the oflice of Vice President as his play at Buchanan's. All the latest shades or money refunded. Price 25 cents per rewan should, OH the tUath of his styles in Cutaways, Sacks, and Frocks. box. ForSaletMOORE&LANDBUMS. t.,lion succeed to the 8U.e..C of Imported Worsteds, Diagonals, Cork , Crapes, Cassiraeres, &c, are to be Madi-- ! rcction of affairs, has in it little F. Young, late of wen. Every Suit Custom made, and ei sonville, is now landlord of the that is surprising, lint that having Prices cannot be duplicated. fitting. presided over the destinies oi Satisfftctioa guaranteed. Call and see Marshall House, Paducah, KyuIIe .17,000,000 souls he should quietly has many friends all over the fearyo msy not Avoid tempt tion through n. stand it. Bncklen's Aralci Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. .i who were uot in the lust Assem- goods. Don't forget our prices on Flour. Fancy, bly. high, straight grade, pure an! sweet, 54.50 Family 53 53.G0. We cordip r The English papers are startled ally barrel. all to come, to examine Goods and inIte by the announcement that learn prices before buying, it will do you Arthur returns to the good. practice of law. As a specimen, Respeclfullv, f the Liverpool Post snys: "Thin is POWELL&BRO. nhwimmf ns: mid liif; lioltor i you want and perhaps you don't; know what good tUUNlTUHK 1 will show you. the test give me a call and Diamond Sewing Machine, the I am also agent for the light-runniladies friend. X. IV. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will duCustomers politely served on short noplicate 3rL0W PIUCl5.& tice. Store across the street from Holcombc's new drug store. 1 ng T. F. WILBURN & 00 4 ore rooms in new Odd Fllow building. 9flTAll klaHx of Repairing done on short notic, aad ia a wrrimcMtiip stprl. we are prepared to giv special induceaeats as Contractors and Builders of Houses.; 5 Itespectfullv. ...:.i. ..i i:i. t... March 11 6th-t- f. T. aA.B,iisrEii. 1 act-livel- y ad di-Ze- .1 oi uons durant & Drewry, will plesise come forward at an early day, and make settlement. Oflice at E. Collins' drug store Alexander x Mrtawell's old stand. BONDUKANT & DREWRY. Hickman, Ky., Feb 12, 18d6. .- vu uorsons Special Notice. .. !..! - L iiiuvuieu iu me nrm ! ... ft) m T. DHUGS. tiidiiSj TO TOWTAt ITeokWMr, Hamburg oh.on X wil W m iil Tr per-fe- I very kindxtired in 30 minutes byoWOOL. r Fot)s-6.t rrxttY,n.OTior:t-Use-nother. Slate, made while he was engaged Columbus, Ty., has a whip in the newspaper business, who sto k aim w uod'ii-s- t i up mauu will wibh him unbounded success l'ac rj-- . m doying 40 I'auds. in his new undertaking. If he ""iTcrr, Prairie Iace, and Scratche of lishes out -- hash" as liherallv and y them. resume work at his desk is a startling turn of affairs, ami possible only in the United States " JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSOKT MEM' Ot SUCCESSORS 3? OLIVER AiD AVIIRV FOTITUN1C 1 & cot3?A.isrir. IKT a.il Srho-- l Snpplieo Again we make sjecial notice of the immense stock of new Spring Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace DEALERS M 1 This never fails. Sold by, J. W. COWGILL, Jrvggist, Hickntan, Kr. .ne none to his of his guests will o hungry. ilopkiiisvillc South Keutuckinti. Hewn suusc-niiers, d jjali8factii;U;,iiiUe-Ki.'i;yfttIr- p Candidates for t!ie Legisla Cousiilerable sickness report-tnre, it is said, v ill tn i e formal in the Jordan neighborlioml, announcements a Clin on, Mon- :hh county, and several deaths day. . :itely. Jfr. Tom Clark, conductoi 'Hew Spring Goods, now at J. AMBERG'S SONS. l, an the 2il. & O. I&Mroud, lost his .sweet little daughter Mary irar-.sliaAtt. on the Sth instant, of'dip. Hickman corn buyers are yet 'herin; and Mr. William Ashell paving ;0 ; New Orleans quo- loot his bright "little boy, Judge, tations dropped since last week on the 2nd, of pneumonia. Sincere condolence is extended these from 71c down to 5S cunts. ci-nt- Aietherfull line of Terry's UNLDfl TED GUARANTEE SCISSORS, just SctMr. bereaved parents. - In this issue will be found the announcement of James Bn&liart, J. W. CORUAN, & CO. Esq., for the office of Jailer. He 4t. is an old and worthy citizen, was It "a announced that a Magistrate of the county for 'Arthur will engage i.i the many years, and would make an practice of the law, but will not excellent officer if elected. He is in Court rooms. well known throughout the counSte tkevaw Clippers and Hand Sewed ty, and needs no newspaper introt"duction. Sheet, at Ex-Presid- appear-personall- y - J. AMBERG'S SONS. ? Dr. T. F. Clardy, who was sur- ;ireen iiWickliffe's regiment and afterwards on Gen. Ruford's staff, jdLed near Hopkiusville last week. w ff? . Liae ef Boys aad Childrens Clothing on 'display at H. Buchanan's. They aro the prettiest Suits to t seen in Hickman, and We woald call attentfoa to the beautiful "What is economy !" asks the Philadelphia Xorth American. We'll tell you. It's paying ten cents for a cigar and compelling your wife to turn horlast season's dress to make it do for another winter. This country is fairry bnlging with such economy. -- The gossips discover that when Also, fine and cheap M'N'IWIFH, l'VISTS. OILS Cleveland raised the Bible aftri A Nft)sH4ltrtia BsWH i,iik,?.i; v.m-- u iyii iv i taking tho oath it was opened to V. I Ni:s A2TU LIQUORS FO AfEDICAL USE. D;:::' S&iics, Eiifhiffi, the verses: . ' A good man show-etfavor and lendeth; he w!ll MOOtKran bo found a' Dr F MILS' OlfiVe, to attend night ctlls at Moore & P. L guide his affairs with discretion, We, also, keep constantly on hand the Lnndrum'i. S 1 Sit. fie shall not be afraid of eil MEIKLE & ROELKER A. things; his heart is lixed, tiustiug We arc sole agents for the American Hand-sewe- d 111 1 ne Lorti." Sho? Company, for en's Ladies and Children's wear they are certainly the best and pret- "His heart is established: he shall not be afraid until he see his tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction, Our desire upon his enemies." stock of Senator Van Wiek, of Nebras MALTA DOUBLE SHOVELS, CULTIVATORS, MANDFACTURCRS OF ka, ought to be a Democrat. He COitN DRILLS, &c. uniformly voted with tho Demo Call and examine our FLOWS and crats in the Senate during the recannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly, and is Lower than have erer been sold in cent session of Congress against thiH market. much cheaper than the usualprice. We have the lateststyles of Men's, all jobs and monopolies, aud was SerLOOK OUT FOR TnE LARGE lioys' and Children s iiats. lhe best quality ot JHourand other Family frequently the only representaGroceries, constantly kept in stock. Now is the time to get good barcs tive of his party so voting. I ifi gains and good selections. Call and examine onr stock and you will be ml A "Just now,'' says the St. Louis convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. Republican, ''the three letters, 1J R. I?., in the minds of the poor old Republicans, stand for, 'rij . i. iii ped tip, rolled over and retired," aa applied to their party." Judge Caswell Ueiiuett, of Livingston, and Judge Ren. P. Cis BXALSR XX? sell, of Henderson, aro mentioned as probable candidates to succeed Judge Thos. II. limes, on the bench of the Court of Appeals. h Oiled Plows U IKKS I'.Oi'KS. PTA'l ION MW Vau'S (KH)Ik--. TOYS. in.l I'lCriMMCS. DSti'cr.lSTS no, Xmbretdsri, Ikjo. iis, Ik, ta, PRKSCKITPTIOS S3?EOIA.LT"3r WU( Plows, pri-cc- HEETWECK, BALTZER J & CO. CiQtb..img s. -- TtUu II J. AMBERG'S SONS. Hickman, Kentucky, J. W. COWGILL . GtvW fit W.T. Buckner, the well known Those! are bcautitt riee. carriage manufiictnrtr, ngw of waatiag childrens clothing will find it to their iatercat to call aid see them before U.uitrsu)u, iUU., na uuuu itns fcnylsg. o'u Jackson street, and willconi-menc- e aaat be excelled aav where for They A war between Eussia'nnd England on the Indian frontier would be a matter of interesting conjecture in this country because of its probable effect upon the wheat culture in India. aged 70 years. iW ft Sl 1 THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. EOLCOMBE, -- DRUGS, PATENT 41 1 AND ni:Aiii:it I - - T.S.Arthur, ho author is dead, MUSE & SHAW. DHUGS, MEDICINES, TAINTS 3HC2CC; AND MUWK MEDICIKIES1 NEW HOME AWitiu fcfttfit SEWING MACHINES i?jLnsrTS AND TDMET KRTJ01SI .Mr. in not patting Cleveland made a mistake JMhcw." the State never does get notbin Try Spaiecr'a Paddle Bluing, at swain hit Cabinet. Our "eend of a West Kentucky factory. at once to build his carriage March i4tk will be Tennessee day at New Orleans. The Lafialatnre, the Governor, aud etker SUte officers are expeo.ed te attend KMa in a body. at valuable acquisition to thptbusi- ticss lutcrests of Hickman? i Mrs. Sarah L. Olavton, who moved from this county several years ago, to Cleburne.. County, Ai'K'., where she did Feh.-llth- , aged 84 years and 2 mouths. She She had many friends and relatives in this county. Slie lived to see the fourth generation of grand This industry will he a Council Proceedings. Council ArtO?j Councilmen Beck man, French, xtioore, aBe, itamage ana Witting. Meting called to order by Mayor Cow gill. Minutea of former meeting read and approved BAfcBOR IMPROVEMENTS. Present Hickmas, Ky., March. 5, 1885. met pursuant to adjournment. New Drug Store. "p- S PRESCR IPTIONS CorumlNNloncr'M COMPOUNDED! ESTRAY NOTICE. W. H. iratJiJ'W'Ms farm about thrffe tuiles east o o, Sale. 1 &C, &C, Febru- - Jfcc. rCLTOH CmCUITCoDBT, KKNTUCKT.. rriAKEN UP, on the 10th day ol I ary, 18S5, as strays, by &:v ootk ' 1 - On motion a check for 545 was ordered to be drawn upon the Treasurer in favor of a. A. Tyler, it being as per agreement for expenses to Washington City in behalf of trTT JiTConnne Gleeson, Defts I&lreflclfifcM P. M. The Conner's private Wash-ingtoJ. AMBERG'S 80NS. lefter says that in resard 4t. to the removal of Republican The Home Insurance Com that "Cleveland may paay ef New York has withdrawn appear to he slow bnt he is sure. all buiness from Paducah, ou ac- - Every mother's son eeaat ef frequent fires and local have to walk the lick-lo-of them will aeya the Paducah News. r Cleric Tavlor issued lieonso 'iflU Ckamb three for a die. at MOOBE & LANDRUM'S. this week for the solemnization of i Bwfcoo Lynns Parker, of the the riti'R of matrimonv between ,.. P. Cable Jteutedtst ckurcb, died in JNmv Mr. B.on the 8th:and JfisR Ella M. nnd luV. Samuel .Qrlaaaa last week. Memorial ser ClaRR. Fuller and Miss Fannie Oakey, on w9 will be held at tho Hickman j JUtk4wt church next Sunday. tho 11th. n offioe-liolderR mmI Carpets, aai aheap stock of Lace Curtains children. City. BUYIKO GnAVEl, On motion, the matter of bnjing certain graTel lota for nee of Citj wassabmitted to the Street Committee who will take the qnestion under consideration and report next meeting. ASiEStUEKTS. Tx, g. ceived, and Wednesday night the 11th, in, etant was appointed for a revision of the game. W. L. Gardner. Citr Anwisnr. nrA.-his aweesmonta for 1885, which were re- Clluiiiaiaiiuunau!iui,iiiauauiiWJ.zJ) E. COLLINS, Proprietor, it-- of Jordan Station, in Fulton county. Ky , Hj virtue of a judgment and order of five Sheep, three marked with crop off sals of the Fulton Circuit Court, render- right ear, and crop and underbit offof left ed at the February term thereof, 1885, in ear, the "other two not marked. Valued tht abore cause, for the sum of five hun by A. C Cloyes, at seven dollars. Given dredandeighty.nine dollars and eight; under my hand, this February 10th, 1885. cents, with interest at the rate of 6 per A copy attest, nt. per annum from the 23th day of D.CNUGENT.J.P.F.C. February, 1885, until paid, and $48.2) Feb. 27, 1885. costs herein. 1 shall Droeeed ta nffr for sale at tho court house door, In Hick-nuFINE HORSES FOR SALE! Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 13th day of HAVE one thoroughbred Stallion, April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, p. ., or there(Luke Blackburn), and two No. 1 draft abouts (being County Court day), upon a Horses, which I will sell at a reasonable credit of six months, the following de- price for cash. Call on or address, ld at any hoar, day or sight. Ring night bell after 10 v SlISIiIABIiE. The old, popular aud always relUbW.Hwdware hoiwe of - I There being no further business Council (Clinton Street, Alexander adjourned until next meeting in course. Maxwell's Old Stand,) r V MMgU .Hear, iu half barrels, at J. W. Boorirs'. & Bro. have made a Pwll livJy Hart this spring soiling farm is. Last Saturday tliov Rnrne.tt. in EnRt HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Councilmen Case, Ueckman, Moore, Ramage and French. Major Cow Two upw saw mills are beintr gill being absent, E. Caee E&q. was called DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, ereeted in Hickman. One bv .Tno. to the chair. On motion the reading of the minutea DYESTUFFS. C. Cassidy & Co.. in West.' Hickwas dispensed with. TOILET ARTICLES, man, and one by Hondurant & Present Council met. Hickmah, Ky., Feby., 19, 1885. Pursuant to adjournment. scribed property, DEE BEED, East Hickman vicinity lots Nos. 92 and9S, as known and Hickman, Ky. designated upon tho plan or map of East Feb. 27, 1885, 4w. Hickman, Ky. and vicinity, in Fulton county, Kentucky. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, tbt purchaser, with approved surety or escu nties, must execute bond, bearing legal ,nlest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judr-oenKeeps in stock the very Best Material, Bidders will be prepared te coa-P- lj and keeps only the best workmen. Work promptly with these terms. tguarriteed. Repairing solicited. to-wi- t: MMJBZD, ' Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hirdwar which are offered at BOOTS AND SHOES. R. GLAZIER. t. Cpltttt 4 -- V WSffi-;ar.' T planter. The Union City f Furniture HhMhttah has a chancb to ex- ita industrial interesst by and Dr. F.man iiiiiuu uiiassininciii. M. 3fnRee lele'ctcd as llrtMiMfttt location of tho Hill-- the assignee. We leafn tJiat rr. y'wrkst which now sufler McRee w:ll continue fhp factory fa- I m aicVk catter and one corn Lmfinn vjwiii-'iti- MX malta cultivators, one ,inat-o- e This fnnr enw m;iio ;,Xcnn nn. TTicl-tno- n in TTvi.-mi-n r BRUSHES, SOAPS, On motion moved and carried, the slreet PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. Commissioner, Geo. Wilborn, ia direcled to Tho finest quality ef LIQUORS for produce his pay roll to the City Treasurer purposes, Tobaccos, Cigars, etc. BTREtT WORK. Aaonnt of judgment Interest to day of sale osts in this action...: Amount to be raised $589.80 4 35 48 '20 al mm BOEDER and that the. very lowest the market justlffesAHJjooajaJptraaked be exactly as represented. PRICE. e t y transportation hi u ii i iicr.iuou yea- -, xg iorstuo n cm - every Saturday night, and the Treasurer will pay off same and have oheck drawn next meetingof the Council for said amount so paid. On motion a check for $4.00 is ordered t be drawn upon the Treasurer in favor of G. M. Wilborn for one map fur nished by bim for City ubc On motion Council adjourned until meeting in course. Everything fresh and new. tSTSave money by buying your cines, etc, Medi- from this house. $642.85 GEO. WARREN, Alaiter Commiuionrr. ! p. FASHIONABLE PRESCRIPTIONS. and thoroughly competent prescriptionist engaged, and ready at all hours to fill descriptions accurately and prompt! ,.j . -- An experienced P. once 4U ori Mted J- .- - .Pf,r BOOsTHorrHMiIBE ' SUOP. North West corner of Moscow and Troy Avenues, East Hickmaa, Ky. fsSatisfaction guaranteed. April. ROOFING. The aifettou.of bnildera especially desired as tUk dsT t?.,11?' mu8t 8elt, CORMAN, & CO. Tlw)fc roof for the least mosey. Experienced worknes ' Co rTesnoodi-Bcsolicited. - W. - .ft K. "V W t irVvrv JKKfc V AKDt 'A i Wl,witt pri ' j4yid :, - 4 'f5 ' 11 wexzisssx&z " iissssssBraBsssKasESiisa U3-- . r - t 3 mi ii imf juu.n" J" L"" --" ' "- - rt . r"Mni saaVHaV MHalav s eW i 0Kf. ! awkaw-aa- av w w RMmtV13 "' ; jut? -! -- ""'-- "- , . fiBf. PL ii I j ? w" mmi - " -- &-- iij siey y Lsil?' firC- - -- v a,iiy &! SK3 w . ii ill AT M Jl! 'fell m&k Ira H Wzk r wim i A e i l'Hsk ''n ' - & and perfect fitting. A beautiful 'A large and coxiiplbie line of Me3s, Youths, and Boys and Children's Clothing in all the late styles and colors. Every Suit Custom-madline of Indies and Misses trimmed IB ts from- - New York, embracing all the new styles. Also, a new line of Plumes, Flowers and Ornaments. A full line oi J r;an, Brown Shoe Co's. celebrated Shoes for Mea, Youths and Boys, Ladies, Misses and Ohilaren, in all styles, lie oesl bhoc made. All of which we will sell at prices that defy competi- Hon. We sell first , roods onlvl . y i .- .v. HD HICKMAN CQUEIEE. VESTieSS TO OAADI-ATES. THE Who They GABIKET. r- - , . . m . me uieveianas uaDinec TaKe ii. . i, PREPARING FOR CHOLERA. From rmTIlWT are, M Oath of Office. What .33iar'isa healthy- P 1 discussion upon the appropriain DEALER IS tion for Western water-wa- s , Conn fjr Consolidations. the river and harbor bill revealed The tendency of public sentian opposition in the West which ment is largely against creating was unexpected. For reasons not new counties in Kentucky, and HEEopublican press dou'tlike official cir made clear many Western Con- - also largely in favor of the counhours talking over the business cussed AUD ALSO. In, iEllARFREwJ&B AToroh. 7 Cleveland's' 'Cabinet. " "Weir this Dr. aud personnel of the department. cles and among Government cm giessmcn arrayed themselves in ties assuming the expenses of It, T. JavJ8, Bev6utv A large Vela. Seines, Lines, Hooks, and all'kind opposition to further work in criminal prosecution, care of idiots, number of persons calledTPloyes it is regarded wi is notvery Burprisiiijg. Tho very years,Walter Xercer v . old, of our rivers. By their ac- supplying record books, &c. If of Hiking Tackle and Supplies, at a bar. county, was i pay ineir respects to the .New and looked upon as insuriugfrsTu io gain., Urocencs and 1 amily supplies gen. ci iuai maKes tnem uislike it, doomed by a decision of Secretary, but were denied admis- cero eniorcement ot civil service tion and neglect tho great work these expenses are placed upon erally. - tStfvery canBe'of its popnlarf-- tho Court ofsAipcals to spend sion. reform ideas and the traiiRacliou has been delayed, and unless vigo- the counties, it will have a.tenden' ty with a majority of the Ameri- - the rest of his tm iit;tho penitenSecretary McCulIoch - of departmental business ou a rous measures aro taken on the cy to consolidate counties as a LOWER and LOWER. tiary Two y eaS ago Lo wry Mun-da- terday, in speaking of thosnid ves- sound basis. Senator part of the people interested in matter of economy, but then the change paople. .i t Bayard's who livffdi?HV6odford coun- in administration, that ho took it selection is the only one Tvhlch cheap water transportation, the constitution of the State provides as All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &o. cheap will not for creating new counties but undersold.as the cheapest. I WITTiNG. be The invincible "Brick" Pomer-o- y ty, just across the lino from Dr. tor granted that Mr. Manning entirely escapes uiifavorabltf'driti- - work of improvingour water-way- s JOHN Davis, died suddenly and was bur- shared the views of President cism, ana senator Lamar's is heard from aga'iu. is that will be abandoned or postponed does not provide for consolidating He will ied. It Was found Tinlififts nn liin Cleveland on two or more into one. the question of f- upon which tho most scvere.com-mont- s for years. begin the publication ofjtlyj Uni- life, amounting to 62J,000, had inance, and, as 'tho President's are made. Many persons, HICKMAN MARBLE WORTS ted States Democrat at' (vaVhiug-ton- , been paid upaudtho'mouey would views on that subject were in ac among whom are some of his The Prince Will be Safe in Ireland- Ho lVn nCIiip oi tlioOId Block. March 7. Tho paper, no go to his wife.' Man day was a cord with his own, ho did not an- triends, believe him to be physi- front thft Iloistun l'ost. HICKMAN, KY. Paris, March 5. Tho directo"Pa," said Jolt i Grab, Jr , "can rate of the dvnainite faction rf dsubt, will be up to prick's usunr poor man. The insurance agents ticipate any change in the present cally incompetent for the perfor became snsnicioW Mnndnv was financial policy of the Govern mance ot the arduons duties of I go down to tho meotin' with yon?" Irish agitators residing in Paris high standard. Pi ico $2 a year. exhumed and air ounce of mor-phin- o ment. secretary ottiio interior. General 'No, sir, you can't" answered have addressed a manifesto to the 3K-C2.3- EH In tho In reply to a letter calling for Davis found in his stomach. Dr. partment State, War andXavy De- criticisms are mainly on geographi- the stern parent. Prince of Wales pledging his safewas cliarged.with the poiBKALXK buildings, this morning, cal selection, and the Korthu est "Why!" ftf&rf-Jity during his visit to Ireland, for bpinion, Mr. Cleveland says soning, and on . trial convicted on tho retiring Secretaries bade their and West are the regions from "Becanso I don't want you to; tho reason that ho is a Free Ala-soatop the coinage of silver for the CircumstrilitiuferirlPiiftn. Klovnn chiefs and clerks who had served which complaints are mo&t numer- now let that answer?' The document is signed by Italian aud Akxkica Mauls present, and buj that .coin now of the jury favored tho death pen- under them good-byand compli- ous, although New Jersey aud "Let what answer!" Michael Flannerty. secretary. alty. The decision of the. Wood- mented them ou their services. Connecticut regard with MONTJMENTS, TOMB A5D GSAYE fciadea in the treasury vaults jealousy "What I said." ford Circuit Coart was affirmed to- Secretaries Frehnghuysen and tuu tiisuucuon "What did yon say, pa?" conferred upon No Longer Sweet. circulation. day in tho Court of Appeals. Lincoln met their subordinates in Massachusetts. "You're a bttle fool." From tlie New York Graphic! Among DemoSTONES. crats in Washington the tho offices which Ihe heads uis. "Well, what " , M R9?. JOTX, of Miss., has ap complicity, and-- , is charged with State aud War Departmentsof the net can not be said to new Cabi- when you saiddid you mean, pa, "How aro you, Smith?" asked a jc . v yesterday that I Fourth Avenue man of a friend her case is now lune be entirely received a fins let ef Amer ... ii. j. Walthal, to pending in ' - t. r"u,w ooenpied. Secretary chandler satisfactory. was a chip of tho old block?' the Favette Court. whom he had not seen for nearly a HAVING Italian Marble, I aa presacceed Lamar in the U. S. Sen- called upon his subordinates in No answer came, but the mer- year, "now are all the girls? Are pared to fill all orders. Call and ezasino The St. Louis their respective rooms. Xo offi England mid Kuislrt K"y Ammuni- - cury in the thermometer which yon as sweet upon M.ss Jones as artwork. from ate... , w Orders the country proaspUy the Republican ergan of the West, cial business of any character was hung on the wall dropped seven you used to be?" tioa. may US hasmade the fallowing prophecy transacted by tho retiring officers a dull thud. KFpx has it that Gen. Grant vOh! no, I left that off Beveral Bridgeport, Conn., March 5. points with JfmMh improved, but is yet a andif Evarts should, bo nomina- - prior to tho incoming Secretaries The Liiioii Metallic Cartridrm n . months ago." cd by his party; Us ri.itlo as tho taking the oath of office. pany, of this city, has too ved an Gen. Ncal Dow, the noted Maine 'Hao a quarrel?" sick man. ri.inai evarts man caniu t bedis-"No! I married her last August." 25cts Lower than the order from the English Govern- tpmperance advocate, who labor Low t ed. Tit s. annrnrcd Tuesdav ment for 50,000,000 enrtridmn ml ed so zealously to carry tho State .8t CMirle S. Fanchilds of ow last: ' Tho Frankfort Yeoman nomi- another order from tho Rnsa-.Liviugsto) county is agitated IkTeo clerk expensBi ne elorerea for Mr. Blaine last September, haa been appointed Assis "Four years from nates for the Spanish Miss on Government for 100,000.000 mm. has issued a proclamation formal- over the q estion of rt moval. ' CMn "" y uroceriee, and tant Secretary of the Treasurr, Win. M. Evafis, York, Gen. William Preston, who in Ehese ordors are the largest ev ly withdrawing from the Ilepubli-ca- n The oonuty now his not s tnicient .CJiM Illinois, Coui- - vill be inan;.u,:ited P.'tsid nt of days capably filled that rccciveu oy any concern a1 on 3 party on at count of its alleg- population t i&ec iro a Eoresen- - surFloar, 25 cents cheaper than th. jw.u!icr 01 j. en "ious. tlie.giiitcd Slates." . hoiiorablcposition. l Bt.jf timo in the world. a ed alliance with tho whisky power. tative m tho Leguj'aturo. I jouIT witting. of Arkansas. The party then went to the room f Ba3:ird, Lamar, and Gailand,are occupied by Mr. Chandler, where 2. What do you propose to do men of National reputation, and Mr. Whitney took tho ,.ri.,,.a nrnnrinilfin ill tlin .,,I.K.. fice as Secretary of thooath of of. when Elected!, '." Navy. .. and rr.'Mailulpg m.ny be "3. What law do you want to feervicc, as of national In Secretary Lincoln's office, reputation, whore Lieut. Gen. Sheridan classed (rtv juakc, change, or anend 1 but not.a to official er. vice. Tiie staff, and other officers of and the w 4. 'uWiiatptiropriaiionsidoryou thrco other members are men com- War Department, had assembled, paratively unknown 'in a national the oath of office was intend to vote for ! - Vhaf changes do you favor sense, but their characters as giv- ed to Mr. Endicott. administer t W.Mrs. Bndi-cotwho do know them, entered the room on tho arm in the 'revenue system of thoH en by tliose belief that they warrants the are of Mr. Bayard. As soon as .State! equal to the great duties of their tice Field had administered Justhe "' 6. Will yoli vote for or against positions: oath tho various arm3-- officers local and private legislation ! THOMAS F. BAYARD, were introduced to tho new Sec 7. Do yoa. fVo"eac1r- cOu'ii- - lias served in the TJ. S. Senate retary by Mr. Lincoln. Attorney General Garland was paying the expenses for the pros- several terms, aud succeeded his ecution of its own criminals ; and father in that position. His fami- sworn into office at tho Departly has been distinguished since ment of Justice. Tho oath was earing for its own idiots ! this was a Government, has administered by Justice Field in It 8. iire yon in favor of the con-- s been himself, prominent inand list the presence of oy Genthe Tfcts being worked on the comity I of Presidential probabilities for eral Brewster, Secretaries Bay- roads, or what do 3 ou propose to years. , ard, Manning, Whitne, Endicott . and Lamar and a few others. Mr. vaults A. .H OAKLAND, do with the convicts! Brewster will continue to act as Bowling Green has always sufSurely a man capable of repre- was a Confederate Congressman Attorney General until Monday, fered from cholera heretofore senting a people in the State Leg- and Senator; aud afterwards Gov- when he will formally present his when it has visited this giuiltn. ernor of Senator islature ought to bo able to make from that Arkansas, andclassed as successor to the United States and its Council, composedhfwidi State. lie is awake business men, has wisel 'crfcii intelligent answer to such ques- one of the ablest lawyers in the Supreme Court. Tho party proceeded fiom the decided to spend monevnu pre tions, for he is sure to have to U. S. Senate. Denartment of Justirn in tlw vention rather than risk losing it 'lVoQllti Tanntlmmit tlsvn It... from disease, and the panic- and JU q. c. iprAR, gJflle DUfrUlleltt If elected. If lie uuu l uiiuersianu men, now can;".is the most thoroughly educated oath of office was administered to disturbance of trade which would he vote or act on them intelligent au ieafiied of the Cabiuet. He Secretary Manning. In additiou icsult from an epidemic. , was four years a. Even if cholera shquljl, not ly as a member of the Lcpisla- - State Universitv Professor in the to those already named there were como these precautions will not be of MiKsiKsinnir present McCulIoch, "turoJ IF "life canciraateTsvnnY hvas'aonrimjc0ouciT qou. Assistant Secretary Coon, W. H. in vain, as they wilidoubtlfctVucc friend, ask the qucst'ons niiIiow, federate .Ministct tojliussia, U. S. vent diphtheria, t.viJwfi Ayjcinwd of Connecticut; for it may induce him to read up Congressman aljtljU! S. Senator M. Weed, of New York, and Smith other filth diseases to an extent manj and qualify hinjself. from Mississippi. others, including several ladies. which will many times repay the Soon after Secretary Manning had expenditure imolved. Is it not DANIEL TANING, The River and Harbor bill failtime that our ou u health atifhori editor, ami President qualified all the bureau officers ties wore taking steps in the tan. e ed to pa6s, and therefore, the riv-- is a printer, He Chiefs of Divisions visited .j? of a bank. woii his political and ers will go without any improve-- , reputation as chairman of the his office and paid their respects. direction? meats this year. We are greatlj Slate Democratic Committee of Postmaster General Vilas and Gen. Grunt's Commission. He has never held secretary Lamar also took the in favor of the needed improve- New York. "When the commission was made oath of office upon ments of the rivers and harbors, any political oluce. Ho is the tho discharge and enteredduties. out for the appointment of lici . of their close - personal .friend of Cleve- but b;c "admitted'that this There was as littlo formality in Grant on the retired list, SecreC a laud, the ceremony as in tho other ca- tary Lincoln retained it at the War grand work has usually been loadWILLIA3I F. 1LAS, ses. The oaths were administer- Department, thinking it pioper ed with such a mass of useless is the youngest member of the ed by Justice Field, in the pres- that the Xew Srcretary should be Pter,,aPs corrupt jobs, that cabiuet, is a great lawyer, and one ence of Secretary Bayard, Attor- given opportunity to countersign Ir .??- real friends 'the" of fiver improve- of the 'finest orators in America. ney General Garland and others. it after its signature by the Presiments willjjot weep much over He has never held office, except The President has notified his dent. Yesterday morning the as a Colonel in the Union Army. Private Secretary that he docs I resident sent for it in order that its defeat. The work on the Mi- He was President of the here might bo no delay in making Rational propose to ssissippi may be a success in the Democratic Convention that nom- not call in regard receive persons ho appointment. Secretary Linwho to appointments, inated Cleveland. z.?JB of ei,gneers, but to the as ho is desirous that all applica- coln took tho commission to t! e river "man and citizen it has WILLIAM C. E.DICOTT, tions of that character shall be Executivo Mansion in person and reaccomplished no good. is classed as a great lawyer, was a acted upon by the head of the de- handed it to the President, marking that he had not yet acted Judge of the Supreme Court ot partment to which they belong. The Court of Appeals, Jndge Massachusetts, and was tho Demo The formal transfer of the Treas- upon it, because he thought Judge Endicott would bo pleased to atPryor delivering the. opinion, in cratic candidate tor Governor of ury Department from . - H 1? flint Cfnln lc" , fc. i McCulIoch to Secretary Man- tend to it as one of his fust -.iuouurmawou ot- - iiie aetioiK nf"ttl "That was very ning took place this morning. The official acts. TVILLIA3I C. "WHITNEY, the Circuit Court in the case of thoughtful in you. Mr. Lincoln," Secretary is one of tho finest lawyers in new department was escorted to observed the President. 'I have the Commonwealth vs. Finley the by tho retiring City -murder and sentenced Sew York largely as H0 won his Secretary, who called at his house no doubt it would be a pleasure corporation for him soon after their arrival. to Judge Endicott, still I will sign to be hung, reiterates the opinion reputation assisting Mr. counsel, in Tilden to Mr. McCulIoch presented assistant it myself, that there may be no do is no excuse for break up the celebrated Tweed Secretaries French and Coon to lay, and then Judge Endicott can ring. He is named in the Cabinet murder. countersign it." President Cleveas the special choice and request the Secretary. Mr. Manning who land thereupon affixed his signahad not yet taken the oath, said he f1 OdLV John S. Mo'sby, now'IJui- s ture to the commission. After the would probably qualify dnriug ,te .States Consiil at Hong Kong, Altogether, tho makeup of the day, but aR he did notpropose the official record was made it was reto ,A 10 i Gbidh, says.he"has no favors to Cabinet is well received by the enter activoly into the business of turned to the War Department. country at large. . Qf the iiow Administration, the office until Monday, he request- This morning it was on the :d'esk , ask ed Assistant Secretary Coon to of the New Secretary of War. The but accepts the result of the issign mail for him to day as acting firat official act of Secretary En election as tho fate ?re8idoIiJ Secretary. Mr. Manning and Mr. dicott was to countersign it. wSr. 'OiessJohn knows it is A Illercer 'CeRAtyftt 1--.. wi. McCulIoch & then retired to the I'uiHoaea a niaa for la- no vse to ask. Secretary's private office and reWhat Tisey Say.., surauce flfney. mained closeted together several Tho new Cabinet is freely 'dis' --gay ' Cvf ex-Atto- rn -- public senti- menjJfcipntucVy this year in fsy. J?resvdent GlBVGlaMiBCut.to thoi President Cleveland's Cabinet, BaynaLoMJ uox. . o d t' rm vrSor rolccthijrgootl Senate Kiti X&fonfiiggbiMUixXiona uarjnnu,ctrrcu tt?c S&iiFiSe"LsglBlatffef-tfncl"i"if JSftfirfttaa- - of JSiatc ThqB. F Secretary of State. Mrs. Kndi cott, wife of tho hew Secretary of is adherejl to jvill aesult iiv mucli 13nynrd,of Delawnro War, accompanied the party, as good to but i)erson5iUioi afaing oactAYork. did also Justice Field, of the Unipopularity, partialities and friend Secetarv of War William C. ted States Supremo Court. Imships, are liable to thwart these EndUott, of Massachusetts. mediately upon entering, BaySerotnry of the Xavy "William ard took tho oath of otlh-e- ,Mr.whh'h goodxseleetions. To bring such C. Whitney, of Sew York. 8electionaT(pately to' merit ami "Saci'etkrY of the lirteiior- - L.Q. was administered by Justice Field. " Secretary Frelinghuysou and Asqualification, let iho leading citi- C. J. Bamnr, of Mississippi sistant Secretary Davis were presWm. F. ent ; also Senator Payne, Post masters-Generalzens ask candidates for the 6f Ohio, Yilas, of Wisconsin. and General Pierre-pont- . . r. fsVttornpy'Gencral A. n. nnd-cnpnbl- TheyHave Jwn. THE NEW CABINET TAKE CHARGE. Promptly at 12 o'clock, tour of -. mmm--LJ A Wise Course That Other Cities and Towns Should V Imitate, : e F.diii. fliB-tat- c lt"wWhy do you want ., Ler-vriBkitur- e: - Gar-lau- d, to-b- e elect-"V- i siitne rimo. jil'O uv llicoiaio, of Health, the City Comieu of Bowling Green, at its Inst meeting, appointed Sanitary Inspectors, who are to itit every house in the place within the next two weeks, and point out aud rder the removal of every nuisance or source of danger to health' found to exist. Thej are to kcepft record of each notico,and witiintcn days after it is served a mjmber of tho police force is to inspect the premises to see if the ydcrs of the health officers havclbccii obeyed, and if necessary, b enThese iu.pec-tion- s force the fame. bo repeated Jver. arc to emmonth until the first of ber. ' J ing The water from the wells been analyzed and found iapnre, all pubuVwells are to bejtilled, ami owners of private wejs are requested to take the sane pre cautions. Water pipes arto bo laid in the quarters of tie eitj heretofore isited by choloii.and. during the summer nionthi, water is to be furnished free to 111 who are unable to pay for it. J privj vaults in the cit have bcn con demued by the Council an! order ed filled, and the constrution of new ones foi bidden di" earth closets to be substituted for the In se eral of the counties of the Some weeks sinco the May field Democrat pnblished an article in First district there aie not a suffi- which it stated a report was in cir- - cient number of inhabitants to culation hcio that Mr. Will M. claim a representative in the Leg-Mnye, a former resident of thib islaturc and so two counties are nco but now ot Biownwood ' represented jointly. This 16 the in Hickman aud Fulton, Mar-an- d kiiaU nnploxers left iuirrYiiffffIa.Il and Lon, and Livingston known. That such a report was and unuemiou in these coun also and without fouuda.iuu nas ties the doctrine of rotation in of-pi mi to everyone who had known fie is vigorously advocated and point generally carried. Mr. Mayes in the past. The fol- the While in some respects this seems lowing statement, trom two of the 01 just, in manj' other it works a de most ruspectable citizens Brown wood, will satisfy even the triment to the interests of the most prejudiced that the rumor people. When a man has reprewas an idle one and had no basis; sented the people faithfully and Buownwood, Texas, Feb. 21, efficiently during a term of the Wo understand that a cer- Legislature, he is but the better 1883. tain slandeious report i& being ex- prepared for more efficiency and tensively circulated in Kentucky influence at the next session, and ill M. .Mayes, of Brown-wood- . no such foolish rule as "It is our that Texas, has embezzled the time to ueitd the representative" Mini of ,"0,000 and left lor parts should be applied. Let merit be unknown. Jn justice to him we tho standard of judgment, giving take this method of saving thai of course equal justice to all. It we have been intiinalel. acquaint- is no timo to dicker about rights. ed with him, in social aud busi- The exigencies of the case require ness lcl.itions, for the past three that the best men shall represent j ears, dating which time he has us without regard to geograpical held important portions of trust location. ami honor, all of which he has Orgnu Tniicn Made lo Order. filled creditably to himself and Chicago Jew. with entire satisfaction to those Tho organ directed with whom he has been connected. new editorial editor to preparethe writer There is not the slightest founda- criticism of Mr. Cleveland's inau-a tion for the slanderous report, aud gural address. we deny it in every particular. "But he hasn't delivered it jet, J. S. Cleveland, sir." County Judge. "What of that? Do yon have Brook Smith, to wait till you see a political docCash. First Xationa Bank. ument before criticising it ?" "But how am I to know wheth er it is an auio otato paper or a A StS.OOX KS.tMV.V OI. mass of slop ?" A Mqnor Wnrln mi lonnTon'ii- - l'ro "Cleveland is a Democrat, isn't ecutig; t.iu .Ilcfced I)j nn:iiitcrs, he?" Audubon, Ia., March G. At "Yes, sir." Exira, ten miles south of here, an "Well, this is a Republican pa attempt was made last night to per, i suppose now, sir, you blow up a saloon. For years a know your duty. If you don't, war has been carried on there over you'd better leavo and get a place tholiquir question but last jear on a mugwump paper." l'J' A Mistaken Charge. w- jiTotu 1'r.IucoIi Ho'alion in Office. S.aiid.rJ. ProXessioaal ?&. CooamtsiloBcr'a Moiea Aniberg, Plaintiff, 8 a J". IUIrT03 CIRCUIT COCET, KKSTCCCT. H. A. & R. T. Tyler, Against Attorneys at Law, If tiajkoin hjji"c at the August teres. laeveof, .t8W, (and supplemental jadgneat reaJertd HJCKMAN, KENTUCKY February terra, 1885), in tba abore etua, and- - fouv for the sum of four dollars and seven "cents, wllk iieTei ut YTTl the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from entrusted to tbeir ore. the 28th dar of February. 1885. until I Office Furniture Factory. and $69.60 coste herein. I shall proceed to st8-'7- 8 I offer for eale at the court Jheee dewrk. I Hickman. Kr to the hichMt bt(Sdr' mt pubiio auction, oc Monday, the lSia day of April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, r. ., or thereabout, (being County Conrt day), open . eredit of aix and twelve months, lh folPHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON, "Sue lowing described property, of - KTn following described tractvis; land lanirtt BlCKMAir, The ten county, Kentucky, Offers his crofcBsional services to the side of the southwest quarter ef aeetli'n-siz- , township one, range fonr west, bouuU-e- d citizens .of Hicfeman and vicinity. Can be found at Fortune'! Drug Store. as follows, lo wit. Beginning at . large cypress and oak in Bayou du CnieH bottoQ, running thence W. 170 peleto t and tbenee D.( sweetguaa,toelm snail maple;hornbeam soma 69 J poles a aud elm, crooked wood ; thence east 170 poles to HIS PROFESSIONAL dogwood and largo hick three small OFFERS to the citizeni of Hickman and ory ; thence ash, 89 J poles JU tbe bciu-nia- g, north containing eighty-nin- e and one hilf OSce Corner rooa in Laoledt Hohci. acree. Or sufficient thereof to produce the aura of money so- ordered lo be iaJ" - For the purchase price, tho purchaser' . with approved surety or securities, muit execute bonds, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, andhavinc the PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, force and effect of a judgment. BiJderd KENTUCKY will be prepared to comply promptly with HICKMAN, these terms. C LodwMge, Sic., DefenifaBt. Bj virtue of a judgment and order of Bale of the Fulton Circuit Court, rend$f-re- d j Equity. , k4rel iU. DR: W. E. MOBKIS, - to-wi- t; ;:. B. P. O'DANIEL, H. - DR. A.. FA.HIS- u 0. "VPFERS his Professional Services lo Balance en judgment the citiiens of Hickman and vieinity. Interest to day of sale janlG-'S- O Uosts in this action. $404.01 caoo 5176.60 Amount to be raised L. EANDLE. Ar LAW I TULTOlf CIRCUIT GEO. VYARUEN Hotter Commlttianer. ATTORNEY Caaamiaiiloner's Sale. COURT, KKXTUCXT. v Collector, Real Estate HICKMAN, KY. Agent J. W. Finch, Guardian, Pl'ff., Against " Bai-mtn- i, I it-mu- -". .- I - -- av-'ra- ge package woun on a rope was s placed in front of Morris & saloon, one of the best buildings in town. Nearly eveiy pant of glass in the building was smashed and a large hole blown in the uoor. iMoro or less glass wa smashed in the houses 200 feet away. Two men have been ar. rested charged with engineering the explosion, though it is generally believed they were the tools of more prominent people. The deed was doubtless instigated by one or two fanatical prohibitionists and is generally condemned by the tempcranco men. I Hell-man'- the elected their candidates. A few weeks ago two saloons were opened. At the municipal election hisf. Monday the license party carried e A few dajs after one ot s the was arrested, but afterward discharged. At midnight last night a tenilic ex plosion startled the town. A ery-thing. saloon-keeper- Ex-Secreta- j -- J-- con-''"fiwed'- of that-drunkenue- of-Tirde- ruisdar for mfe - Western Water-waAfter stating that Congress adjourned without making anj appropriation for tho improvement of tho Wes tern Water wajs, and that among the many causes leading to that result was the failure on the part of the Congressmen of the Miss issippi Valley to stand and vott together, the address sajs: "Tin s. For VJ'es'ern It I tors. An address to the people of the Mississippi Galley and to all mercantile and commercial exchanges throughout the conutry has been prepared by the Executivo Com mitteo ou the Improvement of peace and war rests entirely with Russia. "Wo cannot," it says, "recede from our position if we would, and if the worst should come it will bo tho colonies that will be summoned to tho rescue, and the summons will not bo in vain." The Times' attitude this morning is exceedingly pugnacious. It urges upon tho Government the immediVo necessity for British occupation and fortification of Herat, and says that if Russia wishes to fight she has only to soy so. England is not only read., but willing. sale of the Fulton Circuit Court, rendti-a- d February term 1885, in Will attend promptly to bnsl theat the cause, (this salethereof, made fur all being above nejj entrusted him in 8oubwesteri heniucky and Northwestern Tennessee division between joint owners),- I shall Bpeeialattention given to the investiga proceed to offer for sale at the court heue door in Iiickmaa, Ky., to the highest bidtics of Land titles, and the purchase der, at public aution, on Monday, the 13th To Wnotiliiston 300,00(1 ly One Route sale of Real Estate. TJanS day of April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, r x., or thereabouts (being County Court Washington, March 8. Tho upon a credit of six months, (lie ptC).-- r records of the Baltimore & Potoh&ving ilia prlvtUg ot (lAyiti lh mac railroad show that during in purchase price in cash, the following .Inauguration week the road moved -- "scribe J property, to wit; The following w war into Washington 401 trains, avertracts ot land in Fulton county, Kentucky, vix; A part of the N. E. quarter aging fourteen cars to a train aud of section 4, township 1, rauge 4 west, n I forty-on- e persons to tho car. from known as lot No. 5 in the Commissioner': r points North, East and West. Keport of division of the lands of U W During tho same period there ar(DAVIS' OLD STAND.) Easley, deceased, bounded as follow e rived 1S4 trains from the South, Beginning at the N IP. corner of lot No. S ; thence west &5 poles to a stake; averaging seven cars to tho train ill kinds of thence south 72 8- -1 lth poles to s slake; ami fift.vtwo passengers to the STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES thence lo N. W. corner of lut No. 4 ; theuce car. Four hundred and twenty east 55 poles lo a stake; thence north 1 two Pullman cars were handled at usually kept in a first-claeast 72 8- lth home, albot degreecontaining -1twenty-fiv-poles to the beginWashington by this road during on prices. e ning, ncres. Aly an undivided one tenth part of the audi, inauguration week. Superintendvided half of the east of the S. E. quarTEAS, ent Barker says that this is thir- FX'NCr GAUDIES, ter ot section 4, township L, range 6 west. XIXCE-XEAAPICKLES For the purchase price, teen moro cars than the whole the purchaser, number of roads centering at Chi- CR&yBmniEs, a&irs with approved surety or securities, raosl cago ran into tho city during the execute bond, bearing legal intereat front tbe day of sale until paid, and havinc thai -Democratic and Republican con: force and effect of a judgment. Bidden ventions. will be prepared to comply promptly witb these terms. KtiNtlu Can lint e Wnr If She Choose. Coffees, GEO. WARREN", Hatter Oommutictter. London, March 9. The Daily 'Will not be undersold News says that tho choice between Will pay full price for Butler, Eggs, &o On Petition Jix Parte Defis. J By virtue of a judgment and order Equity. f ttf - ly , E. C. JUDGE. ss T, noxixr, 3d 3c wi , Sugar, Sps, &. -- IOW le. (Hfckman, Ky., Clinton Str.) St. sk Xros st it, TO SAVE iJONEY We are Wholesale Headquarters sW grades of CSEWIil, al SKOmi TOBACCO . aid C1UU GROCERIES CONFECTIONERIES, and will job to dealers only at Facte,?; prices; also the Denial P. B. CASE, the best in the market. We also keep constantly on hand a choice selevtteo of FAMILY GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, AITDFKIJlTSi which wo will sell very low for the caabr Please call and see as. M ud Stpmtr Sulci tat FUQUA t DcBOW. Family Groceries; EETHE'SSALOON. A FIjEASAUT jars and to-nigh- t. -- -- resort. sot 14,-- ... im-proi- 7 to-da- y FRESH BEER constantly on'.'tap. Ci Tobacco, of the best branda. Patronage selioited. lf. -- y, W. Family Groceries. spaee NOtrouble lo name all articles, to show goods, DDESTELBEtNK bat andosse aad see, at the corner of Trey ad Moscow Aveaae. East Hick a, w j hi n. sale andiivert stable Fabis & Pabke, K1NTTJCET e, iu-xf- tt evaataatly KEEPS sale graiET, em kaaii fer kit ' e -- Having purchased the table, left aad entire outfit ef W. S. Plaataier-wpropose to contiaai Ike kasiaete, aael H0RS13, BUQGIIi aadKACZL selitit jatreaage Globe-Democra- t, THE BARTER GROCERY. Ty Grctries. MR. n rTrk G. -- w n-k- ;f oT'"' his-young- t '' KaSKi?wViSlSa tl all kinds of Family Gxocxam, wkiek ke will sell as low as the lowest; He ia ready at all times to exchange GreeeriM al cask prices for Batter, Eggs, Ckiekeat, ar any kiad ef marketing that tie farmlaf friends may bring ia. Ike kigktet 'mart ket price always paid. J. H. MONTGOMERY A BIO. J. 31. MONTGOMERY, to his friends aad ike paklie that he has opened a new and fresh s apply of tu ? ".Jt -- v- ; 7. x rj. ! -- j 'U 1 n.2L. i a