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Ooe Jackson Street, noxt door to City HaIU ! - - I 2s OTSOROE "WARREN, Editor. J:.f ESTABLISH JS59. - rJ?lio Oldest Nowspapor - vosjtern Xeutuelr -- JKj' SILL-HEAD- IKTVITA-XIOISrS-, ETC.. ETC. 1885. JOriE. VOE.tXX.-;NO. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, gl.50. A HICKMAN, PULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. MARCH 20. - 24. ojb.xx aiiIj miscno xrm- - With a?royul. f . ' This 1st poeRwJirSprliij,'. so fair, Of warbling1 birds, and balmy air, . cooling breeze. babbling broo'ks, Of ;C beauty, fdvo fetid oozy nooks. TThls Is mind! with blrajgUny hair, Cheek monumental and courage rare; Who wrote the "pome on Spring, so fair," Of whispering breezoR, balmv air, Lowinffherds and gurtrlinjr brooKs; Tic f ainLejatttdjiuUbooks . "Your candor i refreshing,, a common sentiment withvf !dv dsis the "EdltQC nlledjwith care, Hungry for more substantial fare --Ai ft Than poems on Spring his back most baro philanthropists?.say it. "No. I won't" Slam our Through need of better "clothes to wear, Who seized the "fiend" with lengthy hair lauy worners tor tuo poor undLfrei'n That wrote the. poem on Sprlnjr, so fair, seems to have a tearful svmnerJv-fo- r Jor stopped, to question why or where. era. But IthinkcharitoiU'ibci?ri But hurled him headlong down the stair. re , ana enu to Home. Uriah say' -- ORAL. got along: why shouldn't other PoeUJtke, warning from this rhyme, "And when he hears all thi' tetalk And if you wish tQsavq jnuch time vAnd trouble; keepryour poems all. ulwut orphans," adds Mri.Vo High. And when tho evening: 6hadowsfall ton, witn a siiirht unliftialif . e.ve-fouMxjuimaqrotntne store. Then tate your poems on Spring, and love. 1 brows, "he no doubt rechs i Jact And Dftrn thnm hII rlnn'f ari.an no Hha tnat he is an orphan, himself. oe au am. -- lr I 'X FORCiOF HABIT. SCHOOL AND CHURCH. Farntef lJidl thclr Natural Aptl- Amusing Incident of S.S. Conant'ft Kxrrl Professor Agassiz's gift to Harvard. Khartoum. First-clas- s tude for UwlpM I'nMUiti, cows can be nil .il chenuence on "The Time" Kocalled. College during the last thirteen yes-rThe life of General Gordon is without er than theycan be purchased. In fact Farmers andbeir son3 frequently amount to more than $500,000. When Stillman S. Conant was mana parallel in history. lie had a will as it is the onhmvav to secure a prime dwarf their ratejlccfs and dull their The M'ssouri Legislature has passed. . 1$ k ,. aging editor of the Times, a short time 3Sr imperious a Napoleon's; he had a herd. natural apt'tude for successful busiasu a law providing for the teaching in pub- - , 'Dairyjnon are learning that it does prior to the mysterious death of its pursuits, by neglectm.2. V. Us. constantly lie schools of the effectsiof alcohol' nature as inflexible as Cromwell's; he arid?fl not pay to keep cows that are not well chief editor, Henry J. 'Raymond, 'his learning son.t';-It is the narcotics on the human system. St. had Clive'B genius for war aud fertility bred, ' " a? the difference in yield of milk first namo was regarded as by no means ict-- of r.iar.ytfafrtners that they have Louis Foil. of resource; he had Jan Lawrence's from wade cows more than compend a misuomci1 lie was the A favorite copy set by writing useful as rune to capacity for governing sate- foTvihe cost of improvement managing editor that fiver ordered book- -, from tliejactathat after a teachers for their pupils is tlifffolloW"""""" overrace-- ; he had Francis Xaviir's hard The'ilairy may not pa in every n a article to be cut down to da 's toil thereftoo weary to read ing, because it contains every letter-ofmastering love of humanity. But with ne'gbuprhooii. Convenience to market a JkntQH Tranter ij(. paragraph. But quiet as his general while thev may be some" the alphabet: "A quick brown but on small farms, near those trait- - were combined a chivalrous is jumps, over the lazy dog," , is demeanor was, he held the reins tirniry nlausibditv in schan excuse to one devotion to the races for whom he to nurket, perhaps no other It is stated that the average salary who has never gttoJthrough the hurry unISLEOF JERSEY. and sharply curbed any tendency to labored, with a contempt for the states- more profitable. Tear .and weary days of the Congregational ministers. of, ConV j, u cow ma, be in tho herd due friskiness on the par'jof the'editori-a- l and drudgery of manship of Europe an unquestioning' The Humn uTftlie Thoroughbred .MIIU l'ro. is iccticttt is about $1,800. The lowest is he was driving. He could, on the prairie. $ljyf is not true. team - duping Aiilmil. reliance Upon the law of his own con- thrtt gmls a large quantity of very poor however;that fl joke nnd match it with a rare if has not many about $400 and tho highest 86,000. take milk, iuch made very The Island of "Jersey contains less science, and an intense religious nature profitable by a cow can be rai-- e calves another". hours of Hsurt f aaa'.week, not required Only about fifty receive as much as i V making her that reflected at onco tho mysticism of fortx i square miles, or about of 18CJ tho for abor or tsi Swhich cotild and $2,000 X. Y. Examiner than One cold night in the winter tho middle ages, the austere" virtues of fothqtfnitehor As oon as one is wlintll til illlvVY' IK fSying, The Archbishop of Canterbury said. 29,00t'acres. and i't, according to the Puritanisiri and the fatalism of the East. it aud make hrr take auother box in which copy for the editor was- and makiu recent address, that, while Ktaii-si'.nt un z . from thu utiblioution of- .j .lseiui., eensustropart, it supports ovor l.ouu A man of coniniatHllnjr gi'iilui in ncliiuv. onwjUuthwAvnvfchcjiootirirttio iouro&. ...-. ?'. . fof-- rtrvcaled-- i I if j tfsts-w- cr t"-.wouiuivinc. shot up tothe editorial niiud. lit .w bvTncan?Tif nisi'r-- 'nwLculvel, worth eight" to t en dollars y 2 not exercise?HKthened by use Knowledge or proven iacts. omv, ineyv4 rooms, and a sharp ring of tho bell aneacn. conpie jLiiere arc aunuauy exported ironi nificant instrumentalities, and in end" of the" his to noboilv. "Wh shouldn't The attempt on the part of breeders nounced that it had arrived with some- and culture. jfJPHBRPfno inactive, dor were forever prophesying the the inland over 2,000 head. Thus the ciliating the prejudices aud overcoming mant and feeble, so rrjueh so that the Church. Ho begged them, theref6rel,,' money? We don't ask no fatjor-- . Why IN PARENTHESIS. the resistance of barbaric hoides, he of Jerseys to bring them forward as thing in it. Mr. Conant stepped to the man has not the ability nor inclination to be consistent and prophesy only what , box and took out a package, somewhat should we give 'em? I wKh all Ufce Maud supports two persons to every was at once a hero among men, and a possessing to read or study, anil therefore con- thev had found out. conn as it might is bein' acre two acres', result in more injury than figure removed A Conversation Incident to a Cer- continwalljfolks whose wantscars could and and one cow to every to every ten solitary characteristics. from llieni by qualities will The Jerseys hao attained bulky, that looked if for publication. cludes there is no time to do so. The Ohio, with thirty-fiv- e colleges, has tain "something intended dinged inter our exports one animal advantage. unique writer, in his long life, has witnessed more than any otherState in the Union.' tain Mornins Call. Looking at it closely he read the-- e be sent .oft" tcr live.in some countn h acres and as Mr. Eugene J. Arnold There -, perhaps, no other country a high reputation as bright boys growing up to manhood, New York and Indiana have twenty-fiv- e ,,. theirselves, and we be well rid of $to.J jus'h ays in HeWs Messingtf, the sys- iu the world where such a character as and anv practiced that tends to words on the unvelopo: t t neglecting to store and strengthen their each, Pennsylvania has twenty-si"You wish, in fact." quoted Mr&Van tem that will enable Jersey to do this General Gordon's would be so easily make tlicni desirable for beef will deThc5ccno is an elegant drawing-rooMr. minds until by long habit they had no Michigan nine aud Massachusetts seven. Highton, with her usual felicity, must be worth considering by the peo- misunderstood as Englaiid. His som"-br- e tract fronl them as producers of butter. : ntv in a'large city of the Northwest. Mrs. they might have. desire or hardly capacity to exorcise the The Bay State's seven colleges have a j : IT. ple of other countries. IIo thinks the Give ub u l hi In breaking the fresh heifers to genius, his nicdhvval piety and his brains Providence had endowed them combined income of $125,458 per annum . Ncwrich (s making a morning call upon i. ....... ... Jersey cow has had much to do in en- devotion to the interest of "Sonic sweet little Isle of their own. milk, thtf farmer does well to attend to In tho bluerollinoeeun.fftrottamlalni Sir. Conant's suspicions were at once with. Such living cases are now in our more than have Ohio's twenty-six- ,abling tliee favorable MrsVan" High ton, who exclaims, in her to be ac- races, in common with the inand ue the utmost gentleThe idea is an original one, and proves-- complished. She is not bred to be tenselyhad little instincts of theNation. it himself,kindness toward the timid and aroused by this remarkable superscript minds of aged farmers who started out Cleveland Leader. most, gushing manner: practical ness and heatST eaten: -of A Boston congregation was myste- he is too valuable as a butter His contempt for the tedious processes oftimes nqrvous brute. Viciousness, tiou. Could it bo that the uiau who in life with fl reasonable amount " am,,delighted.to sec you in such your genuine kindness hideoUj; df- ("What-horrid, hateful,. machine Theu wht should -- ho be of diplomacy, and his indifference to which is sometimes exhibited at this edited the city news was in collusion of intellect, and who might have riously seized with a paroxysm of urt;i. , exuberant 'health and spirits, my dear ish, bright Useful inhuman mtnster.) larger9 Where 12.000 cattle are kept the fate of .fiinistries and the policy of time, is alntost sending the product of with some outsider who was insertion been ornaments and ' societies men, controllable sneezing in the" midst of a e on and service of song. The preacher," "You seem toiiavc a rhyme.approgs on six miles -- quare and where rent governments, marked him out as a mys- fear either for always or offspring, and him "a notice" for How is to charming herelf to ever' occasion, and that's a in the news columns, smuggling it in an honor to the families they have choir, and the congregation all sneezed , familv?" e average- - over dollars per terious ideali-- t, whose judgment was can be overcome by gentleness. without paying duty at the advertising raised. But they commenced, as too in chorus. An investigation showed a are; where the farms are smaller than uot to be accepted without hesitation "O, sorter mjddlin'. Pretty well tired oue, whoever writ it. Tho most Cows will always prefer ensilage to desk? ThisAvas worthy of immediate many do yet, worked hard with limited cargo of pepper in the cellar, which had thing about these peoples am where else in the world, even farmer aud reserve. He returned from Ciiina Serafiny, who's gettin' ready out with thqir airs. They can't be teachedo works with his own hand-- , ami instead to face a storm of obloquy and reproach dry food. In fact, all animals are par- Investigation. He immediately sent for educations, but 'Who never appear to l)cen rented to a wholesale grocer. tial to green, Micculent matter in winter the man to whom the package" was ad- appreciate the value of Useful to bttmarried, and is us to keep their places. Whv. I've Jiad 'gn of the to Boston Journal. . being pieces about her trosser. She don't sa- - right to my face: "I'm jest asWxl and the farmers eaten up with cows, from the humanitarians who mistook whenever it can be procured. Even dressed and closely scanned Ids counte be acquired by careful reading, at lei beggars, the whole him for a The American School of Classical butcher of the supposing that ensdage possesses no seem ''to think nothin' here is good asyou be!" 1 island is a littlo garden, thickly strewn Chineso population. Ilii won, in the value as food, which is not nance while tin latter opened the en tire time, thestaadard books ou history, Studies at Athens, Greece, was the case, the cnowgKTor her, and wants everything ("And why iu the name of all ttatfe with comfortable, art aud cienee. Habit soon deadened lished three years ago for the prosecu? o houses and s juolorifti provinces and his battles occasional change from dry to green velope. irom Paris. Her par says if this wed-di- good aud gracious are they uot?") And then the nature of the atrocious all such aspirations They reared largo tion of classical study and archteologic homestead-- ; ease and comfort are with the were neither un food promote thrift, and consequently e don't land us in the Mrs. Van Highton, a Jc everywhere, poverty and want unknown. derstood nor appreciated by English lie attempt to tamper with the press was families of a down grade of intellect al investigation, similar in scope to tho incrc.te-- production of milk, butter and .;ball bles his stars.. Girls is awfullv exclaims, 'with a disdainful air: Thu contents were and accumulated, property, but when French and German schools already made manifest. He ilocs not claim that this is all the men, while he incurred the hostility of beef. expensive and bnreasouable." hat a two fragrant cigars, wrapped in a piece they really ought to have been in the there. Tho latter are upon an endowed. good as yon! produci of the cows : but that the the riug of pachas at Cairo through his Undoubtedly "But you, with your millions, need uica: $m farmers who have so cloe a fight and administrative reforns. At Mauritius, to make the nio-- t where cows are kept of paper, on which were hastily scrawled prime of life they were premature old basis aud have, therefore, permanent of their milk and butnot mind a few thonsands lavished on "Have vou heerd about our new of enjoy- director-- . The American school has as arco succe ful mut understand their in Basiito-Lan- d aud in India he found ter yield, it is best to have them come the amc words that appeared on the men and have a poor tTfe business and do not keep 1,200 cows that lovely girl.' (Aside "What a asks Mrs. Newrich. emelope "Give Us a puff." It was ing that eenuig of rest aud content-m- e yet no endowment, and the directors are'. " to shame to throw away fine clothes and learnedesTand biggest ever brought) a loss. All the beef for the neonle at it impossible to endure official restraint. fresh in the fall. If the cows arc prop- signed with the initials of D. O'C. the changed annually. X. Y. Sun. it which foautilie- - and ble-sis liis mission Mima Ainca was a com- erly managed they will give almost as costly, jewelry upon that tallow-hairethis cit: Full of vocabullaries in ill linnoried 'frnm of m1 Snnin Willi plete failure, and it was not until as an much milk as In summer, and at a sea- Townley, a writer (since dead) who man who hai lived right. The Presbyterian mentions as a freckled, nn-i,. i fccrawnv, stupid lamniajres, and all sorts of ,.hia iiiw .in nnt arbitrator he had personally decided son when the highest prices can be ob- was nt that time attached to tho staff of enjoyment inl;f4s evening of physical satisfactory way of paying a pastor'' creature! No man would think of mar- landish books, such as nobody iter hnlloek nor make a sino-lThe laugh that followed rcsf, by the aid of an active mind, still salary the "plan followed by the Presby4 Mniindnf that should China not deelire tained Thi- - avoids the vexation of tho Timu. IkAil j4 bt rying her'if it were not for her father's till eager in thctd&irc to acquire more was at Mr. Conant's expense. A cheese. luuiMuiiuium. I lie cows are reared and used war Russia the against thtt Mo. terian Church to make ami sell butter in the -money,") How delightful! a ehoiwlibraryl-"Well," he said, joining ill thd gen- mental diet of oharacter to prepare first day of in Palmyra, the. On.tho 'for ,i,e production of butter, and that English people began to comprehend trying season of pastor each month hdatcd the year, when tho eral hilarity, "1 think that A thing of beauty and a Joy forever? 1 'I s'poseam, husband- isaiclriis your" them not onlf for life's afternoon, but one. The Jersey will yield more but- - the genius of this grim Puritan warrior. markets are d and it can notice," and lighting one of the cigars for eternity,, theiire barely waiting to draws'his check upon the bank for hi ' but that don't keen him from Asure token of culture. ' ("A ocabd- - j tcr iu proportion to her size aud the His roving comniis-io- n as miracle work- scarcely be given awav. monthly salary in advance and thej,. Western which wsvs presented to him by the I groanin' over the money it takes to keep lane?, indeed!') il die. amount of food consumed than anvoth- - er in the Soudan was regarded at first Jtural. check O.1 !! mi. . up the style we live in." He wants it in I The w riter tistfall vjsiteil the sceuds bank regularly honors the who :fre '' man of the City Room, lit' reaiiais me way cerauny laiKSjiooi er breed whatsoever. She rarely ex- with enthusiasm, but the moment he arr it up to the deacons, hi- - early ft tp meet the few of his ianu anil stocks, where it will bo bnngm' her par aj - he donU go a "cent on of sumed his duties at his desk. ceeds SO0 pounds and scarcely averages rived at Khartoum even- proclamation THE ELGIN DAIRY REGION. personally respon-ibl- e for the salary.-Thuin somethiu'. The more he has the who are yef pursuShortly afterward, entering the room boyhood Libreraries is the fashion. nd 700, and yet plenty of cows are to be that he issued, every propo-a- l that he no delay or default in the payment more he hankers arter." show- - that folks has mean- -. was vigorou-l- y en- ing life's journey. He found only rut Thit' found that yearly make more than half made, was criticised and misconstrued. A Section tfiuion for Choice Huttrr and where the of the subscriptions can atl'ect the Cliee Production. "He knows that here in the North- why he wanted one.- - Hut. what aril their weight in butter, bhe conies into The Government which had gaged in "boiling" copy, apparently and m'ddew when he should have rael pastor. This 1- - at least business-likwest the dollar is almighty. Therefore thmkin The region of Elgin, 111., is famous deriving much a'd and comfort in the rip? old men jyith little impairment by about hm milk early, rarely past two years; often him across the desert refused to follow of much anxiety, relieves he wisely reaches out for it iu all ." wncn t vp so inuc for the production of the choicest butter operation from the eigar which ho was old age. They had exemplified in their and needlessthe pastor ... .. dehis advice. The humanitarians embarrassment. XS 1.' and """ I O"-- T no, you il. flavored butter, is docile and easily man-sh- e nounced him as the il replies- frs. Van Highton, uouy ouiu aooui a i J l iioikj slaveholder's ally. anil cheest made in the United States; silently puffing while the smoke wreaths live', the truth oMhe inexorable phv.sical .suavely, with this mental commentary: d ot a constitution. Jut age;i cven bv children; and, lastly, she Practical politicians condemned his .ml an account of the method practiced curled above his head, like the steam law. a- - well as tfnrlaw of God. that he Examiner. A teacher.' speaking before-- , than ("He's a horrid, rascally reelv. I m veiy delicate. there will W interesting and profitable. from any other boiler. Mr. Conant 'aid: who buries hfe talent, "tha which- - he js cquallv at'homc in hot or cold weath- - nomination of Zcbehr as his nueces-o- r old ijhylock, bound to have his pound The soil isthe uual black loam notice"Well, I see that is sent up." hath dial! be 'taken from him." The Rhode Island Institute of Instruction. t T,.havo always thought ifl tr. Hc'savs the Jcrseyman would be as the act of a fanatical madman. the introduction of oMiesh; and vrvrybody says so.") able ou tlie prairies and grass grows says Mrs. an Highton, ympathetictEj "Eh? what is?" asked the other. hab't of dnarfing their minds by not recommended to get along without his But even Enjr.isl men awoke at last "Uriah says that money is the one ly. "lour strong, active mind con,5" cow, an,i challenges the world to spontaneously wherever it can secure a "Why," said Mr. Conant, pointing to u- - ng theni, tlnt'd Uiey have no desire healthful storv-boo- ila-- as an antidote to a consciousness of General ("onion's against the evil of h literature. This menUiVciilturc, had thing iifcdfuliii- - this worfd," nuunrlccd .vonr delicate organization, .l'oi Linn hi- - ommi. 'n.,..-.- . ; ,i,.i,t iu, hero.c qmlit e. For nearh a ear that stand. No crops are cultivated except the fragrant clouds of tobacco smoke for litra-v- r suges- IrsrNewricb; "that nobody canP"bc' ii!rp. a reservnr mrnw-- - nnpri'T ntui pn.rm,..i. ... 1.11. 1. 11.1. .Till, (lit! - ..1 :contcm appears to be a verj thfflnt pit&W .tliafjloatcjlpvorhead. "that is. ThaUs .corn ana oats, and .a..aS.mT a. 1.1. .11. .'1 ..T.T"r. plafWnSTn thenvoyc? there was' no lion. 'JhedCKitors are continually nnu-- nothin' without jt." thusiasm." ("An ethereal creature ofjcral years has been largely due to the iiiju.usi a iiurue 01 wituanaus. lie lias uairy. r.igm is me center oi me A very wise observation," returns two hundred pounds avoirduno:! i?h(J demand in other countrm for thn siuv raised armies and .paid them without nnd contains no creameries within though timely, and to the man who, for more sparkle ot life or intelligence than lug new irtues in innoculation as a tho city proper, but the enterprising the moment, had rested undor the faint in the lowest order of dumb brutes. means for overcoming certain kinds of Jlrs. VanHiglitbn, adding, beneath her looks as if a whin ot wind raijrlitWow plus cows of the and the very money. He has conducted a marveldisease of the flesh, and. reasoning bv breath, ("tie certainly can uot. I won- her away ; as if she might high prices that have been paid for those lous campaign by promising liberty to dairymen of the s'urrounding country, cloud of suspicion that was so speedily Their enjoyments appeared to be of no analogy, the Rhode Island teacher's by the organization of a Board of Trade dispelled, it has been a fragrant memory higher order than that of the oyster in der if he has forgotten the time when Die of a ro-- e In aromatic paint 2,000 head exported every 3ear. Rural several t.ojsands of blacks and b for the mentil and moral its native bed. From their youth up he worked as day laborer on the rail"I must jro," avs Mrs. Newnch Nao Yorker. mounting nisty artillery on a fleet of and Exchange, succeed in attracting ever since. X. Y. Tribune. disease, propagated by baneful litera. they had buried their talents, and that road and hia wife boarded the hands "Why, sure s you live, the clock is leaking hulks. He lias stood on the customers for their product from all secand" did their washing?") Thinking it which they had was dormant, silent and ture deigned for theytmng. ought to be WEBSTER AND HIS HEAD. twelve. Who'd a thutk it THE CORMORANT. broken rampaut, a solitary Engli-- h sen- tions. The butter and cheese are old stupid. So we say to the farmer boys, effective. Current. well to change the subject, a sore one was so late? I shall have ter huny up in the rooms of the Board, by The 1'ictnre of u One Time Sickly Jtoy try refusing to desart those who had andsample one who uses the rooms as a Iloir the Chinese Tr.dn 1'lie.e IllnU to Do improve your talent or vou shall not said, sweety: "1 tcr git home by lunch time." to her jnst.thcn.-fcji- c cery 31 1st nken for a Design for Jupiter. trusted in Lira, and awaiting an army Their Tithing for Them. , have it to enjoy, lowi State lieijisler. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. medium for the sale of goods is comhear that you haye been investingsome-wha- t "Why not stop aud lunch withjme?v Webster used to drive in his gig from of rescuers which never came. And pelled to furnish articlcsin strict accordThe cormorant does all the work ol largely in paintings and statuary. Bo stay, it would "make me so hajpyf" there he will rema-- in the memory and sometimes from Hingham, the nation a sublime figure, n ver ol ance with the samples. The butter and fishing for his master, who has only to What is the bo- -t covering for tle Knowing youfi.tpfcthetie taste, I am pleads Mrs. Van Highton with a nental LONGEVITY. to head? demands a Western journal. lair anxious to see these rare wprks'of art." ("I do hope she won't. I suppoa she over the road to Marshfield. On snch be forgotten; his heroism, fortitude cheese are graded and classified and the take care of the boat. The birds stands The Period and the CTi cuius tancrs Attend- isn't bad. X. Y. Herald. "1'es. we havey "When wo was-- in eats with her knife, and her tableWa-ner- s occasions troops of children would come chivalrous lo'alty aud Christ'an fajtl prices obtained var of course, with the upon the edge of the shallop till the ing the Decline of Human Vltnlity. Yurrup last year we bought lots of quality of the products. Any commu- boatman gives the signal, when tiny are generally atrocious.") p "I understand, Mr. Eintein, your' flocking out and follow after him, so understood at last. N. Y. Tribune The human system is so arranged son Marcus is stage strucki" "Stage statutes and picture works of the old nity of farmers may thus easily build up spring "No, thanks. We have compsay to great a fascination did perform their and into the water to he have for them. that after the age of ma- struck! Ah, no; he was yust nm ofer i marsters anil a good many articles of home, and besides all the rest l'tj got a market for their goods in the same ENGLISH COURTS. manner, the secret oi -- uccess being that task. As soon as they have captured n turity the decline then commences; himself rait a dray." Exchange. virtue, as Serafiny calk 'em." to do, I must dress and help Uriah And I have suen somewhere how a little large fish or filled their throats with then n downward tendency gradually Mrs. aside ("A great dress, for "a swell party this CTt'nin'. child, on entering the room where How They Wire Conducted n. Half Cent- all articles are cold upon their merits. If there is anything above ground ury Ao. Grass being a stable crop, and seldom smaller ones, they return to the boat takes place. The imagination and rea- more thoroughly permeated with bliss deacon know of the old masters! Yon That man hates all sorts'of high iety. Webster was seated, and, looking tip have'no doubt betstl Fwofiitly taken in, and fashionable parties is his perfect into his great soft eyes, ran instinctively Among the Judges and front bench a failure, the dairymen have excellent and their masters take possession of son then become weaker, and the than a woman witn a new gown it is my and it &erves you right.") abomination." into his arms, as if yearning to get as of counsel there was a grim priggish-nes- s pasturage in summer with an abundant the prey. If they find a h too largo physical powers are slower and more boy who has just learned to whistle. "We bought 'em m a job lot, aud of supply of hay for winter, while the largo one bird to take cat f of it alone, "So agreeable a gentleman an your near as possible to his great tender A young man iu Massachusetts has calculated to strike terror in the farms are provided for with 'silos, and for or three of them will jjin to assist irregular and imperfect in their action. :irt eonnoshers, who swore that they husband ought not .to absent Is'mself heart. As an infant he is described as two g In the former is observed a depression adopted for a professio'n. The number of ensilage is made an important adjunct in bringing it in. were geniwin. They orter be, eonsid-crin- '. from the circles he adorns," plles a crying babv who worried his parents hearts of juniors. of the mental powers in the concen- When he gets married, and the bills corn and oats are fed themonej they cost." urs. van nignton, in iiuicet aents, .considerably. He screw up to boyhood Queen's Counsel was comparatively to thehay. The The cormorants are trained for their trating or abstracting of thought. In begin to come in, he will have lots"df "Willyou kindly "uame some of . the wniciuittiieyuttercdiierreaiihoagnts, paic, weak and sickly; as he himself limited. Serjeants possessed the mo- usually in the ground condition, and business with great care. 'Clio most in- the latter the nutrititc operations are no chance for practice. Burlington Free con- paintings?" would change their tone and loul rac- - he was the slimmest in the nopoly of the Common Pleas, and a though admitting the value of roots for telligent birds arc said to coiue from the longer able to repair the waste of the Press. ..''fc.v "There's a Madonnv with heavenly temptuously: The eggs of body. At that time external impresfamily. And vet by doing a bov's work proper attention to the process of eat- feeding the crops of such are not large. province of When you hire a servaut in Mexico,, Wheat is not grown, nor arc farms sup- the first spring laying, which usually sions exert diminished influence, and cheribubs by Raffle, a sculptur piece by ("The Idea of that coarse, lllscrUe. j0n lib. father's farm, bv indulging a it is with the understanding that her. ing beef and mutton, with the occasion- plied with a variety of fruit, with the takes place in February, are collected Fra Diavolo, a Wenus arisin' from the boorish clodhopper having adaii-io- n tv for outdoor snort, hv lend- of perception the powal addition of apple pie, qualified the exception of apples and cherries. There and put under hens, the maternal love withofthe failure decline, the objects ol entire family live with vou. In this seaby.Ix;onard'Wjinchy,, .and lots of to good society!") jn,,a temperate and frugal life, he suc- ers memory is no understanding, but r) esoHrfelle upon him-cl- f witlf other high-up- " thihs of the cormorant being only feebly de- early life being recollected last, while country there same. the re- - being several large "He'd-bmighty glad ter &honnnH ceeded in building up a robust consti- - student to take flio Buffalo Expres! the result is the ( nmimtitti... tablishments in thv' region, the equine veloped. The young when first hatched, Kii outlandish names- that 1 disreniember, these things onto my shoulders' re- union, It was an ironirame, large and cnmciliilitiit- - tt ": tho-- e of flit away like sunIn the matter of speed the bicycle is excellent consisting of grade being extremely weak and delicate, and beams inlater.time and couldn't pronounce nohow. Sera- marks Mrs. Newrich. stately, with a great mountain of a head ejajnmat ons existed only in the womb stock the (shade. Then the brain is ranks seventh the balloon, o Tho prone to succumb to the slightest chill, le capable of finy begs.me never to try. . She can tell, oi iiuic, yet me siuueuis, wno nowa- Perehcrons and Clydesdales. receiving Impressions, ("They're broad enough in i)l eon- - upon it. alljatibut eni$L,$luv .reads., the art creameries are owned bv iudiiduals, are put into wadded baskets where they beeau-- e the organs of sense fail to dis- motive and trotting, pacing and ninuin" days would be considered ve d When Thorwahlsen, tho Danish whispers Mrs. Van Bjghton It rank' horses having faster records. lads, had furnished through past who bnv the milk at a fixed price from can oe Kept at a uniiorm temperature. charge their fnnct'ons. Tho sight books, and has the ait liugo at her J science,) fan. but she add&TloMh tor, saw his head in Powers' studio in her ' seventh because a lie will travel fastec centuries a line of accomplished the dairymen, though some of the dai- They are fed with pellets of beaus and cud." She says he wouldn't tongue's misty, the hearing dull; there is than any of them. Chicago Journal'. Do not permit itmy dear MrO "ev- - Home, he exclaimed: Judges, splendid advo.-ates- . finely chopped eel, till at tho end of a an indisposition for exertion, a de-ito a picture painted in rich! A man who is so shining ormt- -' give house-rooand a sys- ries are operated on the "Ah' a design for Jupiter, I see." creammonth, when, having become nearly for repose. The mortality in towns is Anieriky." It is all the fashion now, to use little He would not believe that it was a tem of judicature certainly surpassing tem. The milk brought to the society must not hide ha light. "I have heard that your daughter is ment to never "be permitted tofeo so. firing American. Since Socrates there tnat of any other European country, it eries is carefully tested a- - to quality, that covered with feathers, they arc given greater than Iu the country. Of loth gold mic for shoe fastenings. GentleHe standard a most admirable art connoisseur." louwill vour husband must coiscnt to a head so massive, may be doubted whether, if the present bein'r below a certainbuttermilk refused. the eel alone; at the end of another sexes 22 per cent die before they are 1 men who are aware of this fact can in'is sold, mouth they are able to eat small fish ("Pretentious minx! She doesn't know keep and place Nature and Fortuse have ' huge. The been year old, and 37 per cent' ln'forc they fuse life into dull social assemblies by of restrictions had been in force, the pub- The refuse whey and and porters the might not have the patron of the creameries having whole, aud'are worth five dollars a pair. are 5 years old. Male infants are more informing some healthy young lady tliat the Greeks from the Romans. She can assigned you as oeial leaders. 'j (AS- - London looked on him as one of the lic and the profe-sio- n -lo- -t the J of purchase, it being When they have got their growth, liable'to d'e immediately after birtn there are a do.en mice" under her chair ' e not tell an old master from a ciety here must be on a low phnc'in-- . great forces of the globe They recog-dee- d Wilde services of uch men a Erskine, the preference to and Thesiger, with others who, used for feeding pigs. The cream is which is about live months after they than female-- . chromor') TwasfcMrs- - Van Highton's CarlyTe of the Burlinaion Jlawkeye. vuljar pair nized iu him a native king. to even mentarcriticinrnTnitshc said, 'blandly: of parvenues. admit sueh a beneath her called him "a magmheen specimen, wishing to join the profe-sio- n at a com- separated from the muk by the centrif- are hatched, they are tethered by a whole number die before they are .15 A man named Clew. is wanted in ) she added late period of life, had ugal process, and the entire work of string tied around the foot on the banks ears of age. The mortality among the West for murder. He wyll not long "How proud vou must be of your breath. whom, as a logic fencer or tkirliameut- - parative1S g is done by machinon. accomplishments!" of a stream or a pond. The tra'ner. girls ineiva-e- s between 14 and 18, and escape the vigilance of tile detectives. daughter's , ...,....!?. her ar Hercules, one would incline to back neither time nor disposition to plod M ..v.-- s r .in iiiiiiiiuii iirniiiii'-Mic... I .'us. Ar.... tt:i. . ." ., Legal The skimmed milk is made iuto cheese, ; stirring the water with a pole, and among men between 21 and 20'. At There never was a mysterious punier J i m,p,l to t it iloor nnd r,viw l - at sight again-- t all the world." And through the studies of boyhood A auiuu u. luawiu. i'-efa pirtin the shape ol whistling an air which the birds learn 2,') irradiated the uroad.rel face of 'Mrs. p A- - Mrs. NewridY drives Sydney Smith said he was "a Hvig lie, l.abits were earlier in the morning and the fat being provided the births are dead. The committed that the "deteetjves didn't year-ha- lf H12 ki-- s. not, however, her because no man on earth could bo as later at night. The courts commenced lard, but sueh cheese isas that made is the signal for "take to the water," mean life is about 33 years. The ca- - find a dozen clew- - before sundown the st.TBii heap," she said: "but she has uoMilce wayMv.7aiu.Jlightoa sold at the same price throws in some small fish, which they paciU of thfjkilLia the female is les; , next day Xorristowir Herald. I at nine, and consultations were. I may of the valey of money, and I can't trust tint feet and shakes her. prQpgtd great as he looked." The Century. i say, almo-- t invariably conducted at tju3 from the entire milk. attack with all the more voracitv as tne luxiy until its golden pulls amU w:iVem iorer extremAdams, of Nevada, Ifap' her to buy things. 1 promised to shop to Tho dairymen have long been chamber.-o-f leader- - iu the c cuing, and The ities shorttlBHwn thinner aud more , they have not been too well fed. rise in mutiny. Thendmcsingher A NEW ROSE. with her this moniin', and I must be small, ovcrhaul aa old .oat U,e other A STORY OF d to the practice of buying fresh trainer men wnisuus anomcr air, wiucn transliicenffiThe sometimes con inucd until a la'e hoin. h white, jeweled hands, e Mys, ' lay and found $3,800 in oue of the I've ten thousand other things bitterly: cows and those that become dry, ' is to be the signal for coming back, male to thatjf th , , "Dean Swift wassindeed, The Origin of the I..it--- t Product in Vine I remember being at a late consul- - tne calves selling sacrificed when isas 1C to do." , , , , T pockc v forz0tten. all about' being only a and, that the birds may not be mistaken Hfrnius'-Ietation with Mr. Serjeant Wilde up contract easier and are the money,H right, iu declaring that the Lorf shows rioricultare. 'iWith yoHclanre 'establishment and His iroin t)ie fact UiatAioy-erno- r to twelve o'clock at night Sif Fred- - few days old; but as the Holsteins have as to its meaning, he pulls at the same more easilyf,vt!aried. Her reasoning small respect for monexf bj the i The new rose, "Beauty of America," extended visiting list vour time must be $3,800. .without Adams could crick Pollock told me that during been introduced, and the results from time the cord that holds them. are 'Up vigorous, but her senpeople he gives it to. morelthanTdocutjififlC UI 1 band owes Uriah Newrich a -- na lafVer . now the sensation in Washington, has a the terms and the sittings, summer and such cows so superior to the formei The-- e upon lessons are continued for two or jmwers are ifpre acute and her knowl- missing it, we infer that he is an editor. sations ' "With a housekeeper to see to things. Trnij Times' is well known that Mr. winter, he reached his chambers at five stock, dairymen are learning the fact three months, when thu scene of the edge more jntuitho and instructive. and a corpse of trained servants, I have than he can ever pay, I m& fawn history. It o dock in the morning, lighted his own that: it is to their advantage to raise practice is changed to the boats; and Phfetiolog shows her moral over her Prof. R. A. Proctor says that.thhi-eart- h Bancroft, the historian, has in his nothing to do .to home.bnt to give around that pos-etheir own cows, which arc certain to just as.' likely, to quake is . Her constancy. i woman! She :. the fine? h6usc grounds at Washington one of the rarest fire when necessary. At the Old Bailey yield largely, instead of buying any at the end of another month the cord is intellectual .nature. orders. But my outside duties is cities overtlirow "... and tow ns a jt, nas ; the sittings continued from nine in the with. There arc, of course, mrmih nt nf&vtions and nt tfiplimtaitft dispensed and equipage in town! She l5vc Ser- and finest collection of roses in AmeriJnst look, at my program for vants in livery and set up any time since man cxited. morning until nine at night. The kind of stock that may be offered. In dillerenccs in the capacity of cormo- areoursolaconrtnistandcontidenceienat ' , right, Professor; but does'it . . ca. His gardener was privileged to Judges upon circuit, during a heavy addition to the large quantities of milk rants as well as of men " While the in g'oom tmdmrfortunc-Philadelp- hia (Her crest should be spade Mrs. Van Highton glanced over her not occur to yoa that it is just asjin-- r produced to experiment assize, sat until very late; and one can used by the creameries, trains of cars stupid ones are sent to the pot the most CtSi the seeds &e friendsjab.let and.read a long list of rampaut on a washboard.)barely have takeand thousands of plants were raised scarcely wonder at tho exhausted jury da"lj carry thousands of cans to Chica- sagacious and best trained male birds , likely to do so. Boston fosi. read! on, "Cawls; bord meetins; rare books when she can engagements t Punning. She own art treasures who names i from these, but only one plant showed men, who, during the address of Mr. go, the prices ranging from two cents are worth seven or eight dollars apiece, "What is the bree I of your calf?", fust- aniversary of the Society for per quart at the creameries to thrco and females less. The period of service of buyer to. a farmer. a wonld-b- e even she can . not nronouncp.! Se , eaiov indications of excellence. This was a Crowder, one of the most amiable but etc. The following published in an English said . . JJ .; t certainly not liveliest of men, lapsed in- four cents iu the city. the cormorants is short. They begin to "Well," said the farmer, "all I know unbounded luxury, ease and leisure poor, tiny, negiecieu one, growing ("lndignantfemjiils!") laughed Mrs. Although on many farms sufficient lose their feathers and to go into de- newspaper f January 12, 177C. gives to a sleep which displayed itself in is gored a justice Van Hightoa to .herself put, she said, which she can turn to no foodsccoont! among others. It probably would have notes somewhat antagonistic to the elo- food is grown for the stock, yet the ma- crepitude in their fourth year, and gen- the true orig& of the saying: "He who about it that its fathertossed a book of the peace to death, While I, born and bred to thes thiigs, been lost to cultivation had it not been ' sweetly: quence of counsel, and, when awak jority of dairymen purchase bran, ship-stu- erally die before they are six vears old. would make t pnn would pick a pocket." a"mt into the fence corner, and stood'" purchased by a "You are a marvel of industrj and must soon lose them all. What irony of seen yearsflorist, who the originalthe plant ened and sternly rebifked by the Judge, and oilcake and save their manuie M. Maurice Jamctcl,in Popular Science The aversiotfwhich 'Dennis bore to a alightning-roman on his head, and . grower ago from two an angel of1 benevolences- - You realize fate!" his mother chased a female lecturer cents! Two is reported to have said "plaintively. carefully. This practice assists very Monthly. pun is well known. Purccll and the sum of seventy-fiv- e Wadsworth's ideal And Mrs. Newrich, as her ponderous for in the hands of "this florist has pro- "Well, my Lord, 1 have stood as much materially in retaining fertility, as the go'nginto a tavern, by chance two miles; and if that ain't breed years " A perfect' wornan. nohlr TilannfTil. Ther ar diferensez of opinvnn mot. DennisTl After a glass or two had eaough to ask lour dollars, on you form sinks back amid the veftf t cash- - duced plants enough to sell this spring Crowdenng as any one!" And it constant marketing of the elements To wan, to counsel and. command; ions of her luxurious carriaT. thus for $5,000, all of which are already sold must be admitted that at this period of the soil, in the shape of milk, would, amung speling reforrarz, az ther ar in passed. Puiccll hav.ng some private needn't take him.'.' X.Y. Irulependent. JJat wiih a spirit always bright the Western notwithstanding in the course of time, cause the soil to everi organizashun ov men hit hav a Dusiucs;; l soliloquizes: .With some thing of un angel's light,' ....w.v. w..u. to New York and Philadelphia in lots the occasional Circuit, . f- How can you'accomplish so much? I flashes with which the become impoverished. "This young woman puts oaprotfous ranging from 500 to 1,000. These plants Being naturallv coraon end in view; but thezo diferensez out Of- tho rcpni. anu1 Knowing no way All the Same to the LawyeK constantli more effectull than punning, began to very fertile, and well adapted to nearfv arc not vital and tha are e blush to own that tho two or three enlivened its airs. A bod d tkink arcDUtan inch high and cost $50 a future was, if distinguished by its all kinds of grass, the farmers find that groing les. Upon the jeneral principle pull the bellj No one appearing in anminor charities in which I am interested from her dainty dress and cotdeseend-in- g hundred. "I called to consult you in regardtno.! 'aw equally so by the ponderosity "with by the sale of milk alone they can de- ov the reform and upon their practical swer, he put'his hand under the table, in a quiet way manner that she was the '.Queen of than I can find Such results are very encouraging to which time for." Sheba, right from the East, tbtf it was certain of its advocates developd rive a larger profit than by growing aplicashun, ol reformrz, ecsept a few and lookingtfull at Dennis,' said: "1 the Snow and Ice ordinance," he said, the originators of new varieties. WithSerjeant Bompas has lost his name! crops for market A glucose factory irreconcilablz such az' hang around the think this tal is like the tavern." as he took a seat in a lawyer's office. VYowqW-ttl&isn't my style," re- -i her husbin' who was a railroad ting in two years three roses have been in" . nd is only remembered as Serjeant furnishes refuse, which is utilized by ej ov everi great movement are tornacTMrs. Newrich? with some show 'o mine!. Whv?" sai4 Purccll. "Because there's "It I fall down on troduced here the "Sunset" of Jast ov wun mind. Port Hope ottemper. Yoa go into charities withlu " never a "Uriah says she piles hoc pttever on spring brought the originator $15,000; Buzfuz, in Dickens's famous trial for the farmers, and with their whole atten" "If you fall down on an icy walk you wc' Herald. sit your nose, ,and take too thick, and Serafiny thinks .she's albreach of promise. I havo heard him tion given to dairying, and the feeding a smellin'-Jjottl-e those days vgs equivalent to the modern can bring suit for damages, of course." the "Bennett," of Philadelphia, will upon two or three occasions an earnest of the soil annually, they have but littlo W i J " hold of thragkpnly with the tips of your tera kinder krfin'. at us inside.- Bt rm "wniir") The witticism had the tenant1 The Indianapolis streetcar comeh? And lean make-thI net $10,000,- - while the "Beauty of nagers. jnow, pitch riFJnt don't believe Fm' a personi anybody America" wilFbring $5,000. Washing- advocate, with a style certainly not fear of failure. By the concentration panies have established fourpiaccs in desired efic. for Dennis started up and I 'Can. lively. He had a larg r business on of efforts the Elgin dairymen have cre- the saying, -- that any man Pa3- - guarantee you can. would larf at! To bo sure, I wasn't citv where drivers circuit Serjeant Battantync, in Tern-- c ated a market for their products near are furnished hot coffee and conductors wno womo ("You Jearsed .that when pitching brought up in perlite society; but I'm ton Star. "w,a" ""w""'" free of charge. "Rnt thia ensft whpn their farms, and a ready sale is found Bar feto the WMfctub,") remarks Mrs. Van in it now, and what's more, pocket" St. Louis lipped downisonn my; sklewaikr!someone would pickl-hi"Professor Ely, of John Hopkins " v fcV at the Indianapolis Journal. for all their produce. The production UifitMB, 90lio voce; but she spaabs head on it. Folks is jest on t&r knees University, predicts that we are just niahcDemomd Ah ! I sea !; "V err weu, sir. .Wc JI . Spurgeon has turned out six hun- of nnilk. butter and cheese is very large, aMyUy, Mdwkk ai shrug: The genius of the American 'workto me. I've spent a year abread,and entering upon an era of internal and contributory negligence,' and beat If wc art.to get rd of crankism, we can a lady of your refined, as for cultur, I've reail every took Mrs. domestio warfare such as has never been dred and eighty-eigpreachers from and bids fair to increase on each farm man tends toward the rapidity of ma im lrghcr than a kite ! What day ist -- his "Pas'.or'u College" in the twenty-eigh- t every year, as improvement is taking nipulation ramcr luau to muunuiu i mm - five less notoriety to cranks. aeafutive'Bfttare eadare such close Emma D. E. N. Southworth evcrwrit. seen and the end of which only the Press. Detroit l thb ca-- e set for? place annually I'MlaMpltia Record, years it has b.en established. tke lewer orders? " painstakvog.-rrnyandivatw JonrnaJ. Buf.mgton Ff" fret "All tho time Mrs. Van Hijonm-aAlmightT can foretell. N. Y. Sun. over me, I was e TRAGEDY." ii te " 'T ain't plwsant. I own,'P"ei Mrs.Newrioh, mollified. "But pen I do tnings, I do 'era .with a vhuldon't enthuse over the lower ordersjdoii't help 'em front u sense of , dill, but works of charity U all the 'style. ' like to have my name iu the newspJrs as director of. this, that and tho'otlK and leadin' off with the biggest serip- f-ll''i -- vey of things and to myself: Thii il liouse and all the-- line nVm's is to Uriah Xewrieh. THb mort-gug- e i eotiam(-- t out, it ean't be paid, anil here N tho nicest kind of a woddin' present for ourSerafmy!' "I don't 'poe I orter rejoice in calamerty, but them Van High- tou lia.-- held their heads altogether too high, and the bcriptur saj-s-: 'Pride" goeth afore destruction, ami a haughty spot-i- t afore a fall.' " Frances A. Shaw, in mort-grtgeno-bod- a sur- GENERAL GORDON: The Unique CharactorUtlct of tho Hero of THE DAIRY; Kindness makes a gentle coyt. A QUIET MAN'S tfoii- - s y' im-pr- e mildest-mannere- l'M semi-civiliz- ed two-colum- i- rest-fTh- re 'fox, j w bu-ine- ss , ;tc Jt 4 c' 1 his-'min- -- s -. &ni jJiiaAWjK;?,t';:t:OUpaoBrr y r. lnl ina scicn-theaboi- yr great-Bticklers- - dc-irab- lc beef-produci- low-dow- i- butter-producer- s, -- sy-tc- ul 4 x, m Klu-h- senii-civiliz- re-mlt- s ... t ....... a cold-bloode- d, first-rat- tip-ta- p the' forty-thre- lc-so- ns f colu-bloode- d well-to-d- -- cstal'' nr slave-hunte- rs p'oor-hous- 3s s ; libre-rary- ?" -- pro-pe- ct " es d, Ki-in- ee In-le- ad dull-eye- d, hiirh-up.jDiS- -1 ,) rau -i- f T- 4 BMk - 0re-tisu- s, 1 over-stocke- I .- f r. blue-penc- and-charg- e eul-tu- - 1 s sub-edit- e. lUily-italiyi- direc-.tions- 1 1 1 --- 7 -- ca-t-ir- on cold-bloode- d, "ef' 1 hard-presse- 'd ks pro-tro- ls ..v. ni v- .r-i.ijr- -. : ,ttV4rC-J;um-J- ii, ms-tric- t" oWof ren-dqr- ed scn-ib- le -- I i m Bo-to- n, de.-ign- cd Van-Highto- I t ti.-- j whi-tlin- '' - -- f Che-Kian- j g. 1 I ,,, i , ng e -, "-- 1 rmi; the-loc- semi-educa-- scnlp-bchin- ed t m re - , coal-heave- rs -- tea-stor- , Nine-twentiet- '" butter-makin- 1 s necua-tome- d 'Fj1- , , s j I S - tie., 1 Io-.- e Becan-m.Vhn- s- ; ; d, j ss i to-d- av trc-menj- ... . -- to-day- ." ncat-of-arnis- !. i f I ti i , - Indig-na'hVFemail- " fl 4 d Con-nrev- e, e-- -. ;f.- - 1 high-and-migh- ty Chief-Justic- pio-cecdin- are-mor-e n y in-st- id t sub-stansh- ali -- - Fo-net- ic s l - e f s v" "Mr ht on-WWiik T s fJ f .; f i IBbDS VKHtS . 4j- .1 - '. tfi "Positively?" "Of course. I reniemlier perfectly well." "Permit me to be sure that I haVe your evidence in a correct shape. Yon swear that vou dipped the pen in the ink, handed it to .Mr. lreseott, who signed his name with it, and then you took the pen Trom him, dipped it again in the same ink, and signed your name with the same pen ami thotiameiiik, ii!tott?stitig witness, in his presence? Is that your evidence?" M'Kissen hesitated. "I won't be sure," he said, "thatldipped the pen before I signed. There may have bepn enough ink left for me in the peu." "Ah! yes; but you signed with the same pen. and in any event, with the same ink?" "Yes." "That will do. You may stand aside." When Speucer hail rested his case, I opened for tho defendant. I said substantially: "With permission of tho court, we propose, gentlemen of tho jury, to supplement and strengthen the case of the plaln- tifT by way of substantiating our own. We propose to show vou that the namo of Abel lreseott on this deed was written by him; and we admit that he was sober when he wrote it: that it was written in the presence of Moses M'Kissen; that the signaturo of Moses M'Kissen was put to the paper after that of Absl Trescott." Here I paused to enjoy the astonishment in tho faces of judge, jury, litigants and spectators. "We then intend to show you that the signature of AbM Trescott was never appended to that deed; and that the deed was never ex ecuted at all. We intend to show you that ner." I fwentt over to my office, and sat there Moses M'Kissen has committed willful and Whensjjjrou jsarn tuh1bar-dinne- r there waitingfor Brown, who camp'in after a corrupt perjury on this trial: and that his was nlwavs oaopecaliarpasQAvhich marked, half hour. The moment hesaw me he evidenco in regard to tho matter is to be prove the upward turmof a lawyer's eareerI re- whistled? Thenitwe had a long conference. utterly disregarded. We propose topartly was that I made up ray this partlj- - by tho deed itself aud The result of plied that such had lxen my own mind to file a bill on the equity side of tho by parol evidence. By the deed, which is desired tolenrn the particulars, court, to'set aside the conveyance. I said in evidenco before you, you will see that, y .jhichj. had then no. time to give. nothing about this to Miss Trescott, though instead of beinsr one of the customary hopes in by writing, had ,bing a. rainy time at tlio Springs, forbid- I told her Istand.greatday or that tho deed printed forms, tilled that, instead of itbe-is A so ding all exercise, I shall kill time wouldasnot was getting my caseafterward, written throughout; the first page, it bein shape, ginning, a usual, on I just by writing alLabout it. Cuyp, called on her again. She. was incau- gins on tho second, and ends on the third: We two first met and laid the foundation tious enough to say that the deed was that the sheet has been originally folded of ojhSJW?11 lcr.e.nt,lva..a"Ill serving together, fn fraudulent, and. she would fifihtlt; ami Ben l" i"rn.?a ".J Cuyp felt cum mi iiiiuu; unu the State Senate. I was then in tho full went off very angry. took the that he had that euiciH.u in has j a peculiar bluish tint, the paper case, and bull by practice of my profession, with no notion a strongMiss Trescott was served withthe excent iu one snot, nartlv pm'er TreseottVi a Vof going upon the bench. You were from horns. of ejectment. name, where the color has been removed notice by some acid substance, nirl that the part of the State, and it is Two weeks, or thereabouts, after the aillfferent the assumed grantor, instead of of the proceedings, Moses M'Kisscarcely possible that you had ever heard much of ray early career. I began practice sen stepped into my office, and asked me if being written with tho same ink asa that of Moses M'Kissen, was written with differI would lend him my copy in GoraonJCounty, which, thirty years Executors," for a day.or so. Iof "Hood on ent ink from that and from the body of the let him have since was "in the backwoods Brantfordf it. I was satisfied, however, that he had deed. Aud wo propose to show by parol its county town, has now orer flftv thou- come for quite another purpose: So I asked evidence that the attesting witness did not sand inhabitants; then it was a straggling him to take a smoke., furnished' him with a sign in the presence of the grantor named; village of less than eight hundred. pipe and a chair, ami waitedjfor him to that the namo of Abel Trescott, as you see When L came to Brantford, the two open bis batteries. He soon came to tho it, was written before the date of the deed ; wealthiestmen there were Able Trescott point. that the paper containing his signature, and Benjamin .Cuyp. tThe former hid "Miss Trescott has retainetfiyou, I see, and nothing else, was purloined from a fine' "estate, amf also"' obtained a 'in that ejectment case." third party, and the body of the conveylarge amount of ready money br his wife. ance fraudulently added, wlthoutTrescott's "Yes." Tho JdWrnnh?Htlifg rVerylItfle",TIaa made "1 don't see what she has to stand on. knowledge; and that the deed was. not ofmoney very fast, and by means not quite The deed is all right and can'(begot over. fered for record before his death made it not allowed to grow the root will not is whispering to lier so full of Battery. spread interest has already been created Die. intone .was a impossible for him to denounco the fraud. grow, and a double loss occurs, liy How sweetly she smiles as she whisin the subject, not only hero but in the I knowTthe whole .transaction.? cross was known Washington and deed can l set aside," I And when we have shown nil this, gentle"I think clover the pers: "And were you ever at Albany ing clttas. The feeling is other neighborgenerally exmen, wo shall not only demand a verdict at frequent plowing under of tTriescbttiad trOne toihe bod.-- b th said. I g .ayinfj$s,-olie replies; in a few pressed by professional men thnt Bed Star therdeatn of his wifeand was 'ill move "I shouldlike to kndw oiii wnat rronnd. your hands but we soM'Kisipii the Court to soil will oou lweome It tine condition before?" I "O, He Butfthat'syourrsccret." jreti)iuabarrasgedin ona charge for almost any crop. commit these parties, h more econo- years ago hail the pleasure of visiting Cough Cure, on account of its freedom r3lETiardMiid thus'Incapaciated h'imself secret of perjury, and both to await indictment mical to on rich by green manuring than your beautiful oily, and, I remember it from narcotics and poisons, inaugurates a "I don't know. Sl'KIen, medifor the prudent management of business. there is in it. You have enough knowledge for forgery and conspiracy." departure the etiVejti well, I stopped at the Ken more.'" D,j most desirable new pronouncedinopinion He bred and ran This is the When I had concluded the excitemont in iu any other maimer, ami 3 cine. and his colts of law to be aware that n deedxecuted by so romantic when, a few dava after, thol of authorities like Dr. Fawcett, who rarely won. He earned, and was unlucbv a jinan under the iullueace bf liquor court was intense. The Judge said: "Let are lasting and purniaHeutr-$:Jyears resiproprietress of the Kenraore happened hns been for thlrtv-thre- e at that. The result was that his reedy 'worthless'. A drunken man ii not compe-is me look nt the deed, Mr. Clerk." It was Farmer. money gave out, anil the most of his real tent to make a conveyance." handed to him. After inspecting it careto be one of the at the rink. dent pi ysician of fhe Union Protestant estate became heavily mortgaged. The "Pooh ! pooh ! When Trescott wrote his fully, he said: "H'm! Pas that to the J. in this city, nnd and, while talking wfth this sweet yenng Infirmary, M. D., member ofProf. John soPASTURING MEADOWS. money was always loaned liy Cuyii; and name he was as soler as yai and I are jury.' The jury examined the instrument. medical Onldwell, miss, espied the dandy protestor who cieties of Baltimore, 2few York and Brookrwhenever Cuyp advanced money in that now, and I know it. I was preK'nt and saw When it came back to the table Spencer "Why," lyn, and with a long experience in civil way", the,. property securing the loan came him write it." looked at it, and thfn inquiringly at his An AsilculturHt Who Think It f a lioml had stopped at tlie Kcnmore. into his hanlls sooner or later. It got to be Thin? lo Do. she exclaimed, "there goes one of my and military hospitals. Both of these gen- I "What if we should be able to prove that client, who sniffed an indignant denial, but a saying, when a mortgage with Cuyp as he was stUDidly drunk all (lav, on the date his face reddened. On the contrary the tlemen, together with no less than lifty I have always pastured our aieadows old elevator hoys." Albany Journal. " "Old Ben has of the deed?" face of M'Kissen was pallid. '. other practicing physicians of Maryland, . o-- . . been buying another farm 'cheap." Cuyp The flnt witness I called was Peter when I could, and it hns in overy case have publicly put themselves on record as "We can prove by a dozen rod witnesses rarely put himself forward in, these trans- that he was not." Brown. His evidence was as follows: Spruce chewing-gucosts, at to the ovil ot narcotic medicines, and the But several proved advantageous. actions. Muse M'Kissen was the About fourteen mouths before that, he "We!" I responded. "So ymrnre a party barrel, and 0110 consequent value and importance of the wholesale. $150 Moses was a justice of the peace. in interest?" had gone to St. Louis to purchase some times have had a meadow located in Maine firm has ter since Christmas new discovery referred to. It is conceded sold d a conveyancer and a -, goods, and while there had ordered a now a field where a portion of it wasenlJ public opinion has completely agent. Ho "Nothing of tho kind. But I lo was also an auctioneern fact, ho en business for Cuyp thatTgpt In tW so much set of barrel. Their orders coma that Dr. Steuart in his notion, and that in Journal and ledger, tivatoil. ami ther..- - the timothy would ninety-eighnhlt of gaged in almost anything whereby a penny mixing up his alfairs with minr? It is no from n bindery. The day Ixrfore ho l"ft h from all prUt of Uu country. The his whole course he was actuated simply might be made. And he had made a gooil matter to me whether you get the better of went to get aud to pay for them. The binder .soon run out and blue gras take Its other day they received a letter from a by air earnest desire to bonofit tho commumany pennies. He was growing rich. Cuyp or not: only, io far ai the deed goes, offered to treat him, nnd then and there time, while the Chicago girl, who said she wrote on be- nity at large. Through hltn Cuyp loaned Trescott quite that's all riglit." made oi pitcher of iced punch. Brown was place in a very short large sums of money, which the latter "Well, you and I won't quarrel alout not much given to mixed potations, or, as meadow pastured would continue to half of herself and classmates, asking Webster's Eyes. Muandered. other people's rights and wrongs, Mac. I've he explained to tho court and jury "genI know a few uuni the price of a barrel of gum and the cost cTrescotthadanonly daughter. Marion said now more than a lawyer should. But erally took his liquor reverend," but, as tho yield a paying crop.more allow stock to of loading it into the cars. Some ChiMr. Allen, in his article on Daniel Trescott was but I need not describe her. don't you run away with tie notion that here who will no was "a friendly sort of perTroy chew jjuiu. Webster in tho Century, mentions You saw her when over forty a handsome you have the ground of ourdefonse. That's son," accepted his offer. Whether his run on their meadows than oh thoir cago girls are said to Tmes. woman; and you can imagine her at the la&t thing IM tell von. So doubt you'll want of familiarity with the drink, or its "great, soft eyes," as being peculiarly fields of growing corn, and the same is eighteen. I had met heron several occa- be able to prove that Trescott was as sober imbibition on top of a deal of "reverend," A couple of Philadelphia visitors to attractive to children. This reminds me sions; but the father was still considered as a judge. Don't forget tsend back that or undiluted liquor that day, affected his true of their fields of wheat stubble rich, and I. a noor vonnir Inwrcp. hml nn 'Hood' by Saturday. 1 may have use for nerves, he did not state, but merely that he 1 have the New Orleans Exposition were seen of an incident which may perhaps show pretensions as a suftor. Her father doubt- - ' it." I spilled some of it on n ream of tinted paper. sown to clover and timothy. fields "of wheat examining and adminr? 'he Liberty Ball! that those eyes had Sometimes a differ less loved her; but he did not alter hjs in the punch took out the very frequently had M'Kissen went off fully innressed with The lemon-juic- e habits for thaWA.tlength.he was attacke'd the notion thnt we would conte-,- the deed color wtiere it reii. lie oneroa to pay lor stubble located the same as meadows, the other day. Ihc iad never scan ent effect. Mr. Webster was onco by disease, aatt,lusconstitution'being on thej?ronnd of incapacityofthegrantor; t the damage, but the binder merely laughed, so that we could not pasture them, and the old relic before, and they said they spending the summer in a town near visited Uie flhow.- wore glad utterly brokeiriip, could not withstand it. ami tins was wnat i wuiiu-o- . Boston, and, as was his custom, attended and said it was an outside quire of the even' time 11 lias occn 10 my sorrow. Jtforritlottm thay had He died, not at the Trescott homestead, but Herald. The case excited a dsalol. interest aud ream, and would go among tho church regularly, botli morning and left scattered over the stubble, In reply to nn inquiry he was told The grain Honcwhat wasBruilfarly known as the Four j public sympathy ran in faver of Miss Tres afternoon. On one occasion it fell to Section .Purchase'. About a year before he cott. liut, mucb as was made up of creased and the clover growing up, furnWiod detested, that 'had let the family place, which was heavily every one except Peter Brown aud myself outsido quires and spoiled sheets, and was invital-onfor myriads of ground mice was the lototanuniledged'youth to try his A little girl at Carnesvilk, Ga., v&MHrteaged.and.removed to the lartre tract. had no hope of his defeat. iThere was the generally sold for n trifle to those who to .speud their winter, and played sad that pulpit. He rose, as was Kicked by a mule recently anil her skull wings inwith some trepidation, to begin whieh'wns frw frnm 11 pnmimliMnMi. Ri deed, with ample proof as to its execution wanted cheap writing paper. Thereupon havoc with niv vounjr srras. Tho same fractured, so that a portion of her brain natural, grandfather had bought from Govern- - and acknowled anient; nndas it leaked out he bought n lot of it, that quire among the service. This trepidation gradually meatfour ectjons.of rich land, extending that we would coutest it oaUie ground of rest, aud had it parked with the books. was true of mv meiidow. When allt fwas removed. She was well in a lew the two miles along the river, and a mile from incompetency, it was knoyn that Cuvp This particular quire, being larger, thicker, the aftermath wa? left aud not pastured weoks, without oxuerkneing any trouble increased, till toward the close of tho li inn he faltorcd perceptibly, and as ho it on either side. Then it just touched the J had subpoenaed a dozen reputable wit- and finer than the remainder, was not used oil', the mice cut roads all through tltu, from the portion of her brain lost. u neany an cioseiy outit? nesses as to Trescott's condition on the day at first. One day, however; having occasatdownbytho minister of the parish, t iw;e grass, anu icu uu ui iuuu am Atlanta Consijtutwn. on" and tutrup by streets. If contained of the execution, which wasat the opening sion to make a blotter, be picked this out, .ho whispered: "Doctor, I don't know , nniL5ixtyacres,af tha of court, when overybodywas in town nud'placedMt on the counter, intending to rowed in the ground, increasing by thoa t,22&&2JlllIllreu' 'to whom those eyes belong which are u;sL.iauam me county, uuu soction naa looking after everybody else. bw it together, and put a cover on it. thousand, ready to destroy crops in tho "Yon Cun't Afford to ail Itl" directly facing nic, but they aro quite cleared and put under fencej on the did not return my copy of While it lay there, M'Kissen came in to get spring. M'Kissen n weekly a too much for me and I can not preach." "An right hand side of the river, and, oaythis a ''Hood on Executors," according to prom- - some ink. A few minutes after, Trescott ot this whole eight-pagWhen 1 came into possession yer for only fiO cents." This is the Mr. Webster was responsible for an exrudj bnt sultstantlal.frwnerhGuse had1eeh L'ise. ?I had occasion for ltthe day before walked in nnd asked for some tobacco. Not .. :. erected- - Xearly-tf- s minTh'haiTbeen cleared rt... "!i- - jui n uwi u tow iucuhu uu u being served at ouce, he lounged against fann (nearly oteht yours ago), there ofTer made by the publisher of the twrf-c- n temporaneous discourse that morning. me it Rural Home, of Itochestr, X. Y to all oa side of the river. The place suit inai, IJwas concerned for thoplamtiff ; the counter, and, taking a pen from the was a meadow of some eighteen acres, where Boston Adverliter. wa rated at between twenty nnd thirty and I went after it myself.M'Kibsen was desk, wrote his name on tho outside of tho in a Held of about forty acres. Thh persons who send in their year's subscripd ila-- s an acre. book quire. Brown, seeing it, snatched the field, barring the meadow, had been iu tion before April 1st, 1S&T. This Is an opout-- but hisloy was in his fen, and in his to secui e one of the best farm A singular freak of nature is shown said to his presfiice l went to tne uooKae, and got paper away, and chided him. Trescott re.i his to wheat and rye. portunityin the world at a bargain. The journals a slighter: "I have not douevery well by j out the required volume. There was a pa- - plied that ho made a great fuss about a corn, anil then sown meadow was cut iu proper time Jlural is the brightest, cheapest and most yi tho casa of Mrs. Polly( George, a g ym, jlanon; but you'll not want. The per between the leaves, use4 as n marker. name on his "map of Italy" The to many citizens, a l i.nl Iaa alluding to the stain over which he had and did not yield over seven tons of popular weekly puUHsued for tha;farinr lady well known from Milburn, in who old hunieteadtAod Jhe valley farms, am1 L am1. 1LUUL, l.inrtiliit n iv irul-- iIU UCUIIIH, IOOK. IIIIVIIUIUI, this wn, n ou Ses are heavily eucum-laire- but the title struck me and I let it remain. written and, getting his tobacco, went off. hay, aud that of very poor quality. I and his family. Ifcif not a paper Ot mush- lives two miles Tjyfl" " farm county. Mrs. G. is seventy-si- x like years By good management, you mav I found that the paper would be of service iu Brown took the spoiled sheet from the othbefore room erowth,are at Tflany went through it a short time jireseht beiu-- extenjournals that keep the homestead;2 the rest will have to the case. Possession was nke points of the ers, leaving it on the counter, put the rest and grandmother cutting, and the mice hid made roadaj sively advertised, but has been published old, the mother the county. Duringof a go. Qiyp '11 get thein. Let him foreclose law: so I took charge of thfdocument and away, and went to serving other custom her it, and would run in ever' regularly for fifteen years. Many of the large family in all through on them. You can't pay the interest, much tiled it with the rest of the"jpapers In the ers. M'Kissen went out shortly afterward, and and Brown thought no more about the direction; they had cut a large quantity ablest Agriculturists large Horticulturists life sho has cut and shed her teeth less the principal; but you can pav one case. 5. pages aro eiht year's interest on the homestead. Th'e rent The case came at last to trial. There was written sheet, nnd made a blotter of tho of the grass in short pieces. I can vrite for it. Its practical information and twice, and now has .commenced to cut brimful of andevery one anxi- rest. Thejnext time he saw the sheet was attribute the cause of this to nothing of lresb, orijrinnl miscellany of the highest her third set, having cut four teeth and will yield a a crowded court-rootMe8iraWenronerty, within the past month two above and ous to learn what our side had to say. The in the Clerk's ofiice in the shape of this model jourcharaqter. It clear the homestead., I have left you exe- - plaintiff proved title by hi deed, notice, deed. That was the sheet, and that was else than allowing the aftermath to nal for those Is, in short, the village and two below. She did also, a little over a who dwell in grow unmolested for a few previous cutrix This property. we are on has not a and'n,refusa'l to vacate. M'Kissen, who the name Trescott wrote. one should bfl which was shed The Judge put a question here: yearn. Had it been eaten off, the mice country homes,after your local the first Wo yenr ago, age, lfer hair,now jnVnglri!t tt TJiel:leared part will pay' was'on the fefand, mentioned, unnecessaripaper. subsiTibcd for aud it is replaced white with WheM.Rxes "and lieep you after a fashion; ly, that Trescott was particularly sober "Mr. Brown, can you explain how you would have found no protection iu winaro acquainted with ootti paper nnd pub- by a suit of black hair with an occasional and in time it will be very valuable." when the deed was executed; at which I so certainly, identify both the sheet and ter, and bonce would not havo congrelishers and cheerfully recommend it to our eilvor thread only.. Wycliffe, Ky. JourIn spite of all that, on tho dav after the laughed outright, to the bewilderment of signature?." agricultural journal "Certainly, your honor. I have brought gated there to do more harm than the readers as a funfra!;CuVp produced a deed "from Tres- the jury, nnd the undisguised astonish-.mentmoney nuked for it. The nal. worth the sheets that were left, in this blotter. fronts and winds of winter, and the regulartwice the osk doli.ar a year, cott to himself, conf eying this very prop-- , Judge. the prico is The thread has been taken out. You will yield would havo been nearer thirty f ertyin feeforthe, expressed considera-itfiKhiiM'Kissen. I but tho above special offer of The largest and finest memorial thousand dollars, little more you secured your interest in see tho same stain, a little smaller in each, tons than seven. The sou was not riFTT ckxts will be accepted if sent in be"JIow hnve on the lirst three leaves. By smoothing the Washington Monument is than hnlf its value.? The deed was dated this matter?" barren as was proved in the succeeding fore April 1st, IST). Remember, thjs is no stone inprosented by the corporation of and turning tho deed, you will and acknowleged more lhan three mouths the one "I don't understand you. I have no in- the,oreases, fits on Aumouff, but a genuine, bona jinV proposiwheat-be- tter see' it just them. Then, I identify crop', which were corn and before it was offered for record. It was terest in it." a yeah the tion acknowledged" before M'Kissen, who was than the average of this com- only to furnish for fifty ckvts agricultural Philadelphia. The stone sent by SwitzI n eight-pag"Hasn't Mr. Cuyp given Vou a written it by the ink. The ink 1 sellcanbuy ready-maderland bears this inscription: "This make. The munity. also one of the subscribing witnesses, the contract to convey nnf jjaif nf the Four It is cheaper than I tvikkly ever offered at that prico. Ad- - block is from tho oriKirml chapel built ;PihiiMflMsSMBgthatof avO' Davis, a sort" 'Sectibn'Pu rebate tcjMJHBiisidcration ink I use in my lwoks I make myself, after L have often read in in 1S88, on Lake Lu- a recipe used in the British Exchequer papers not"uo "pasture-'inpadd- agricultural of hanger-o- n of M'Kissen, who had been of services .rurRAiJ'HouKavro.fnocestcrrTTr i. ." and ofiice. It i pale when you write with It. Pss2swHi9 about four weeks before by the come, Switzerland, at the spot where ho upsetting of a boat in the river. I hapi always on a escaped from Gessler." Since it was Uuyp's counsel, bpenfUHK'nipted me but gets very black in time. The ink I sell stubble sown to young gnn, but have club It is is not to get rusty iu time. Then, my own come to the conclusion that more goaled tho poloLowell that pened toJe in the County Clerk's ofiice with: Courier. basis sent hero the Historical Society of vFEeh Cuyp brought in. the document. I I appeal ink hns gum in it, which makes it glossy. meadows are injured by not being pas-- v "This is not lr nntfnrH in x search. to the court." Hold the deed slantwise, and you'll see the turcd than by pasturing, auu shall Switzerland has demonstrated that no "1" at a riaarl .. , in ud bidrwe eufcvTarons, the. 'You will- - 'proceed strictly under the difference between Trescott's name and the after pasture meadows and young iurer " The most useful thing, after all, tha such persons as Toll and Gessler ever long run" breath. giusi rest of the writing. M'Kissen's name and ivOUvBW, sjMKewnie about it, saving rules, Mr.BonsalJ," said the Judge. Washington Pod. existed. tapes, as it leftMIss all tho rest of the writing is written in the till convinced that I am wrong, llikc A Shaker community Whore the oguo Ktook the deed "on were" present when Mr. ink I sell, and Trescott's in the ink I make." to cut my meadows early; the aftorniatli prevails. Curl Pretxd'3 Weekly. ifrmi him. and looked it over. There could Trescott wrote his name on that paper, and "But M'Kissen has sworn," I said, "that makes a'fine place to turn lambs when No m ATTEH how careful tho Chicago girl be no doubt about Trescott's signature, a saw the money paid to blmf" he wrote his name with tho same ink Tresof conlirst weaned, or a fresh bite for a coWI "Anxious Inquirer " wants to know has to be in the choice of a subject about a bold one, with which I was familiar. But cott did." "Yes." sho The old gnis stubble will prevent whether a fish can be weighed without versation, with can always talk she will I wondered what Treitt had done with 'How much money in "That's not so. You can see tor yourimpunity, becausa small shoe all that money, and I said so. We talked stock from grazing too closoly, and scales. "I didn't count it. Trpscott took the self." never "put her foot in it." Boston Post. the matter over, and at length concluded money, counted it to himself, and then "But where was M'Kissen m hen Trescott furnishes all the protection necessnrv Hade of awl work a pair of shoes. that he must have gamfd It away. signed He was perfectly sober at the wrote his name?" for winter. IV. A.Mc.Dorman, in Ahier'-icu- n Ine Judge. riKE'sTooTnAcrrEDnorscnrolnlmlnuteoc The next day I met Mks Trescott" iu the time." c. "In the store." VtiWvator. street and she'accosted m. " A TE.NN-- for your thoughts, Mr. Slim." Glenn's Swlpftwr Soap heal and beautifies. -"So you said before. What is the present deed and the bookundervvent acriti-mi- 1 The "Mr. Bonsalh" shejtfiidI was,aboutto T"u? ofjthe land in question" ' I was thinking of nothing, Miss Carrie." Ghuman Co rtN Kemo vek kills Cora. Bunions. hv itiilrre. itirv and coun send for yojKrlJJrover, you khowf was "Well, that's just like all you men." And The Horse's Back. should sayjr was worth fiftv thousand sel. At the end ofit Spencer was about to nar- 7 5. papa's dola8.'H, ,'?r'"",s when the then he wondered what she meant. Boscommence a Tns coachman may not be-- jer? ranrt sot returiworseveraT weeks. I must have . The back of a horse is strong and!well ton Post. -I see that the consideration money is Judge said: ucuiar wuuui coaacel. It is about that ded which Mr. thirty thousand. Did it not strike you, -" "One moment, Mr. Spencer. Sheriff, see supported. It U the arch of a bridge', Cavp has for the Four Section Purchase." with a sum so much less than the value, that those men do not leave tho room withThe spirit of the press cider Bostoi. "draw tho line" MmawnercStar. which, from his structure, can bear Globe. "MaveyoB, seen, the deed itself, Miss that there, was something crooked in the out permission of the court." inBut "those men" had quietly slipped out A CrcciNNATi man claims to have a wifo Diseases and Cotrons.au Fon Tht-oa- t "Yes, sir. I have been at the Clerk's of- transaction" thatit did. Trescott wanted while we were all intent on tho deed, weight placed upon it, whereas an "I can't say pored that he can Troches, .like so hot-teBrown's fice, and Mr. Parson's was kind enough to ready money badly, horses, and rode off. I pro- verted arch would fall to pieces, or would from tho flash of bar oyes.light his cigar really goodBronchial frequently imitatea. mounted their things, aro and Cuyp had it." let me examine it. It has papa's to M'Kissen, of withstand a far less pressure. It has good match when ha married Ho made a The genuine are sold only m boxes. "Was the money in a check, or any of duced the contract of sale her. Chisuch a forgery of it as is iiuiKissiblclo atl. which I had spoken iu my opening. Moses been observed that j. .w. ku.. or rather cago Sun. sdnte TrauoLubbufrit. in "Hood," and No, sir; aUJbank aotes." ' i hail used it for a marker folqb his LUKE. IKTMl horse, working in t,J. .!. s lorfxi-- j a When choosing a wife, select ono of had inadvertently left it there. The case hollowed-backe- d feybat deed yoarself t" A mother's example- Is sometimes years, fwnaps lflT'Mrtherbnertv. iTwas i . r.o argument, Spencer harness, kept their condition, while small waste JV. F. Xevas. submitted without lowed by her son in afttr irlfl, and it was mine. And he left it to "You make a good many'deels durinc was disgusted, nnd the jury found for us those with ldodi backs lost flesh. Perbeing this is the reason some- men are ma by name in his will, and his will not a hoyearJ" bray-iJudge. In A and muscla if Yonkcrs Statesman. at or ce. under charge of the the convey- sons of not very inquiring or observant seen real case of in the mule. Boston Star. Ye 1.7 course of time I filed a bill, and dispositions would probably attribute "Bon'tyou Bfraally ase tht printed form ance was formally set aside. "What did ho say?" A man out in lilies City, M. T., having : It gave me this to the fact thnt the former wero of andfillltnp?" That was my turning-poin"O, he assumed kinuness; said he was balky mare, put a dynamite cartridge unpractice, and it gave me a wife; for I after- more hardy constitution than thelatter, "ices." orry, and was not disposed to oppress "Had yon any printed fofms at the time ward married Marion Trescott- - The Four but thi would be a false conclusion. der her and blew her up. The fiend was me, aad wasquite willing I.i&ould remain. promptly arrested on the charge of being a Section Purchase is now the sortaern part s7 on tne pi: Exchange. . of the town and pretty well built on. It It is owing entirely to the curvature of - children, the back, for a horse which can' draw a FilifK like hiM. looks si 'tiE?BBgt--has secured the fortune of oirWhat though they would be tolerably well off weight was least able to bear a weight fc'i A lynching might be called an outburst tt-in-m Sup-- rs.,4 indignation. that I without it; upon its back, while the horse unable of riot-ou- s me1 have." e As for Cuyp and M'Kissen, th tool was 5 If Touolease." "What caused you to write this deeilJ" punished, but not the hand which held it. to bear the strain of draft could beat the "Vesta." Wo would like to explain then, if Mr. Cuyp tpeaks to, yon "Well, I don't remeaber. I took a notion that M'Kissen was convicted of perjury and other any day in carrying a weight. why a woman who tells fortunes bv meau. '' .vDoaolilBc, as wav, I sappese," forgery, and served out his term of ien The line of the vertebno indicates tho of cups should be called a sauceress. Ba' nnce Mustanir Liniment only weFfc say. nothing, meanwhile, without "Did yon ever ase taia kiad of paper be- tence. Cuyp escaped to South America. sort of work for which tho horse is fitted. we can't. Buffalo Express. L ? mj mmattn aWalllooirito the affair at fore?" It is for inQamoU" He sent from New York a power of attorIf it is high the weight must be on the. "What's in a name? About y jiMs. Has year father I have a reason "Jjtojjwewber thai r ever did." ney to a wife', and she made a the hottest Hioaey in tion of all flesh. which we saved the old homestead top to press it" together: if low," the. country on tha Globe is Chili. San Fran- JYaera did yoa get this paper" ii Hitlojover niaa, "hundred "I don't remember." jS. and two of the farms. Then sho joined her pressure must be from bolow for the cfeco Post. WBriTlMW w what strikes rae'as singut'Have yoa more of the same kind?" husband in Peru, where, at the last dates, same reason. A downward curvative lar. He had no thirty thousand dollars "I dont think I have." thev were living, "much respected.' What Is tho rate of interest when di is, therefore, the best form ol spine for tMsyear, I am eoafWeBt. It is terrible, "How did yoa happen to just bare this Tfuxnas Dumnglteh, in JV. 1". Independtanco lends enchantment to tho view? oae sheet?" i draft horse. Farm and Field. ent. . SOUO& BuUe.Ua. "iP-OD- "Don't distress yourself, praf-i- Youare possession,, nt all erenAitfE xcuse me, Wt it Ik lust noftIlil th.t father lllav hve been that is, they mdyhavo got him to sign .when he was not quite&i'uself." GEORGE WAJRREN, Publisher. "O, iio, Mr. Papiwas someKENTUCKY. times' a little overtaken brlwiuo nfter : : HICKM-AOdinner; but then 11U writinzwould have shown that. That signature was made if hedld make yit when he s perfectly 40ber." BETTY LEEDS? we j "I agree with you there, Mb" Trescott; " Tim K)unlod moon was italnftig bright but do not say so to any one ee- - I' on ens so the story jroes) , one suggests he was- intoxicated when ha ' Vmmim. clillly.'Flster night. when all the tIcMs&ml June were white signed it.be particular to express no doubt. In fact, say nothing at all on the subject. With niany-- rifted snows. Refer all to me." "Very good, sir; I shall obsvyourdirec Tho winter were piping- alirJll .- tions." Se.tbo J v stTis hfeaest stori reacls) i , . Simon Pettinsill We then parted. I could noUee my way f fwJten ills eutter drore across the hill i very clear in the case, but itjwai, worth fighting. Still thinking upotfit, I walked over to tho postollice, which was kept in. Xow Simon was a likely lad one of tho village shops, or country store., I'Tis to the story poes) to get my letters and tinr.. The shop And could tho choice of girls haro hfd, lint Bcttr Leeds was proud and glad keeper, Peter Brow, was alo. his clerk " ho chose. ' . f 533 uiiuSuiiiinmT, which I read, and lie naniKHiiw chatleun. with then beganXto ShsonichOXkuw,That winter eo, him. There was a book, d tCXis o tlio Mory jrot?) used for making charges," a blotter, A call JtEOULSIuinn slio'il Kpivp. fyjor.wtould beftrutitiir heart bcllera, , , lying on the counter, vicfaanicallv I ' ' opened and nlnit it, when tbl,aPer m 1IU'& stay'forU rifting- 'snowe,. attracted my attention. J Aad sa'slic donned hor ribbons britrht, MajIask where yo otfi" book" I so the'story rouaSi inqtiirel. Piled ott tho logs and trimmed tho llgh ';0, that is of my own ntfe!" he said, sAirf'ymlted through the winter night-:-and then told me how hecquired tho TMs trusting Bcttr Leeds. paper. . "Ilopened the book again, J.d turnel to XI waited. bat ("Tis so tho story goes) K tho last page. And ue'or saw alio Ills face again. "This has only forty-sifges," I said. For white and frozen. lu the lane, "One less than a quire." It lay beneath tho snows. "You noticed that J" he relied smiling. "I.can telLyon.how that ocer"ed." And A Hafrranruni perfect grace he'did.t .. "Wlicn ho had concluded I said : "Brown, LayTlKe at)lesslng on his face. you can do mi a favor. Youiave no parAs soma eweet thought had left its trace vA,thought.6r Betty Leeds. ticular friendship for BcuiCuyp, have A.r Ht hyJ" A woman, old. with hair grown white, "Cuyp. the old Hn V- (Tis 60 the ftory goes) e UlerK's "I wish you woi. light i fetlll piles the logs and trlraFUhenight, look at ouico and get 1'a And waits-Iosome one in tho "tion Purthe Trescott deed ,Who sleeps beneath the snows. -- TavTolandl " chAse. I know vou'i? v vessel, nVurtcnt. andean keep a thing to yourself. Now, no matter what may stmceyou when you A PECULIAR-- . CASE. examine that deed and something trill strike you say nothing about it to Parsons, or to any one, but come over to mv The Turaing Point In My Pro-- - ofiice as soon as you are through." "I dont see what you're aftr; but I'll fessional Caroor do it as soon as Bill comes from his dinn mhibmbMLES . MfflHPi maniCourier. x , ? ntu yfti ' fB Bon-all- . -- FT - d "After, of course." "You saw him tako the pen, dip it in the inkstaud, mid sign" "No, I didn't. I dipped the pen In the ink myself, handed it to him. and then saw him sign." "Ah You remember that distinctly" ' "I do." "And did vou sign with the same pen?" 1 "I dout know. I think it vfas becaim just that due, and it was so large and thick, that I used it on a big Eale." "Hero is a peculiar shaped mart! )n the paper, something like a boot, just under the name a white stain. Do you remember whether that was there when the deed was executed V "I don't rememlier. I think it was." "Did you append you name as a witness before or after Trescott had signed" I had -- "1 am." 7-"Yes." "After dipping it in the same ink?'' , "Yes." "You ai'e sure of that fact?" 0 paper-c9vere- loo-i- e fc J t Jll5Jtsh inn-aiu- x, J : r - experi-jepcey- ou To-da- out-do- or a' uui-cuji- " of v x Stock Shrinkage. DOCTORS FURIOUS. To permit yourself and family to gnffer at a Shall a Physician Tell the Truth or Not? Scaltor a little flour on the pie plates j, The way Wall street men her c&se at tried Dr. Pierce's 'Favorite " Suffer A Tflee rolnt In Ethics. . and thore is no danger of the ornst ad- tinio of shrinkage is shown by the report I Presoiptios' and began to get better right A. SBNSISLE HKALTZI OFrtClAti I away. With sickness when it can be 'prevented HI hering to tho platj when baked. I feaard her ay not long ago, that Citco failure. Among the assets in the Bactuobk, Mo. A decided stir hit the kadn't f e't o well in twenty years. and cured so easily One egg in winter is often worth is a batch of Louisville an I Nashville life three or four in summer, and the poul- bonds whose estimated value was $127-00- been caused here over the question as to 6ho doe3 hrf own work and says that said With nop Bitters! II the right of a physician to certify to tha seems rorJkliriHgj at last. "Why,' the terer who keeps his hen . in condition r she, 'I feel3 I had ben raised from j .. $65,-00while the real value was only of a remedy not iu the modern dead, almost.' " Thus do thouf ands attest Having experienced a great deal of 'or winter laying will not be disap" n ur. James A. Stcuart, the isaryolS13 efficacy of this Another batch of Boston, Hoosac pt. irmacopoeia. 44 pointed in the profits. much M Trouble 1" from indigestion,-sone of the most eminent physicians in tho remedy fot female weakness, prolapsus'. S. E. It. writer that upp'es may bo tunnol and Western was estimated at South and Health Commissioner of this that I came near losing my uiceraa0n,leucorrllo3a morning sicsness .:-- , kept from withering in a dr cellar by 's&O.OQO. the real value being: only $1,- - citv, had analyzed a weakness d stomach, tendency to cancer-articlLVet .. . . and certified officially not only to ous dfaeRge nervous prostration, general My trouble always came alter caiing any nutting a pail of water near the fruit 000. Here, too, is a lot of Pensacola ' kindred affections. food- ." It may be set on the collar bottom. The and Atlantic shares, which were put in iu eaicacy uus to uio I act mat it reDlaceu ucu. e preparations of a similar char However llfTht ' atSlO.OOO, but will now only bring tf 60. fruit will draw the moisture from iu acter which, analyses had proved, wero , And digestible. TdreJcoatls generally worn by th JTo wouder men fail when they tiabble Troy Time. adulterated and poisonous. The Medical For two or threo hours at a time I had to The Ciscos, however. and Chirnrgical Faculty, of which he is a groe at the city wedding: "but for an Tablecloths, one would almost im- in such trash! eloptaent,' sy the Boston Trancnj3f, go through tho most , t , f agine, are entirely out of date, for orerv-thin- g ghavo enough to meet all claims, and member, held that he had violated the -- thrt, nJthinglik tho cutaway." Excruciating pains, medical ethics, and w in that line appears to b.-- ealled'a tholr assignee showeu great nncsse in cods' of was aroused because much public "And the only way I ever got" interest of the confiJ W "searf." "Jane, be sure and put a clean compelling Mrs. E. IK Green to give dence felt both in his professional stand"Belief I" CoxposeJ of genuine French Grape " horcheckfor money loanf-- hcrhusband. ing and official integrity. -.- V. earf on for dinner Was by throwing np'all my -- stomachy Brandy Extract of Smart-Wee- d and JaTho most interesting feature iu the It was argued that to thus placqa limita maica GmiSri with Camphor Water, Dr. contained. Xo one can conceive ithe. pains,. , Mail. on uie Piernti. rvmnnnnil anu espe rimnrt'.W aai One of the be:t place, in tlie world trans action is the amount of the check, tion pi a aci 01 a pnysician, opposed to t exceli as aremedy for colic, cholera mor that I had to go through, until ctauy which was $702,000, being the largest the spirit 6fneaitu oillcer, was reasoning ons, "At last?" e if one can not have a green-hpusthe age; that such in dysentery cr bloody-fludiarro any Woman iu th I was tl!icn I " So that for three' weeks L mignt nave been logical enough when it or to breakup colds, fevers or inflammawhich to keep rose.-.-, is the kitchen. chock ever drawn bv lay In bed and llow little did the ' There is always more or le-- nioietmv financial record, in thece hard .times was to the intertst of rulersu or societies to tory attncM. Could eat uothlng J inveit themselves with supernatural public imagine that , , in the air from the cooking, and as Ion"-a-so that, I called My sufferings were halo-- bnt now when thought should be freo It Is sbnge that there should be any two doctors to give mo something ,that tho air is moiit the better the growtii thore was a woman who could open the and Hutnumneled, suih thtugs savored of bank vault to such an extent by the barbarism. It was the duty of a physician, marina di&sters between New York and would stop the pain ; their '.,-- , of your roses. Toledo Dlah , more touch of a pen! It i not, however, especially of a health officer, to condemn Boston, wln all the boats go through Efforts were no good to me- Orange Pudding: Slice and sugar to bo supposed that this was done willLonzlslaffl Sound. Texas Sittings. tummm any seutedy which he knew to be At last I heard a good deal . two large juicy oranges: loil one pint ingly. Airs. Green learned, to her sur- publicly but it was not right to say that injurious, , z fr "About your Hop Bitters ! 'Delicate diseases of either sex, 1m should be debarred from testifying to of rich milk and add one And determined to try them. A - ?s prise, that the Ciscos could hold her sehowever induced, speedily and permanentof corn starch, and the yelks of two curities against her husband's debt, and the merits of anything which he knew to Cot a bottle in four hours I tcoktha, would oggs woll beaten. Pour over theoranvs sho could only get them by paying the be good. If this'wer j bo, the world dlscov-orie- s ly red. .Book of particulars 9 cents, In contents of stattps. Consultation free. Address, not receive the b?uilt of half tho hot, and miv well: then beat the whites One! made in art or science. Thus tho World's Dispensary Medical Association, How the loving couple settled Buff&b, K,Y. of the eggs light and pour on top: set latter.mutual trouble afterward is not people argued, whilo the faculty threatNext day I was out of bed, and have not their it in the oven and brown. To be eaten known, but it is probable they had a ened expulsion, and talked of tho . , seen a customs, ethics, professional court-os- y flour of the markets is Tit ' cold. The Household. "Sick!" of it N. Y.Cor. Troy Timet. warm time a CTMt boa to those who are unable to and traditions. j, , same cause slace.' Hour, from the The advantage of letting hogs run But tho matter soon assumed a new and raH a banel of flour themselves. I have recommended it to hundreds' of at large in summer is found chiefly in .surprising phase. A fow days afterwards He Cracked a'Chestnut. others. You have no such a certificate appeared in the daily papers the grass, weeds and other bulky "food "Advocato-aI am." Geo. Kenaallf of Govbearing Uie autograph that thoy piok up, which dbtends the r It was a bad thing for Ui"0 hidustriaj ernor MeLane, Attorney-Gener-signatures Roberts, Allston, Boston, Mass. stomachs anil keep-- ; them in healthy interests of the country that Cleveland Mayor Latrobe, City Postmaster Adrcon, Colambus Advocate, Texas, April 21, 'S3,. condition. If pigs are kept in the p'n wag" elected," remarked a man in Chiefs of State and Municipal departments, Dear Editor: I hSWtried your Hop Bita Judges and Clerks of Courts, Federal ters, and find they are Rood lor any ocrai during summer thoy should have cooland Congressmen, emphatically enplaint. The best medicine I ever used in ing, laxative food, rather than grain. Monroe street saloon. H. Taixxeh. action of the Health Commismy family. "Oh, that's all in your oyo," replied dorsing thtf concurring Wheat bran or ship shift" with milk will in his op.nion as to sioner, ami make rapid growth without undue fat- the the efficacy of the remedy, asserting that (W Xone pcnulno without a bunch of green "I'll bet you the drinks for the party they did so from personal experience with tening. Albany Journal. Hops on the white label. Shun all tho vlle,pola- - . observations. Cleveit and practical teste and onousstufl with Hop"or"Hops"lnthelrnamo. A stone smokehouse a few feet that in just four months from be no gainsaying such eviThere quarc ami cheaply covered by boards land's inauguration nineteen out of dence as could but, as if to cap the climax, this, twenty of the business houses of Chicago shortly afterwai as there appeared another is very convenient around farmhouses, Take 'Warning in Time. T),t.lm its use for smoking meats, if 1. will be closed up." certificate with autograph signatures of "Do you mean it?" leading practicing physicians from all parts Impure blood, indigestion, , a convenient receptacle for wood ashes, Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, of the State, Including tho physicians of "Of course." smokehouse or when not required for a and weak kidneys affliot V lUtkitfcr, Hradxhf, TMtkirkr, all the leading hospitals, tho physician to "Well, I'll take ihe bet." Sprain, IlrnU and other may be stored with feed for p;gs, to Department, the Port large portion ot the human fam- 1'uln ttnd Aches. wflk heinau-rate- d the City Sre physician and residentphysi"You lose. will naturally be adjacent. whose pon it cian, vaccine r.y Cacu. ax PmKfit o4 Prater. March 4. Four months from that endorsing the TT1S CHlttLS A. TOCrtEB fU..lUllltT.)lrl.rAl. of infirmaries, all ily. Thousands stiff r in silence On farms where stone is abundant the " discovery awl stating thnt it hod been cost of such a building, aside from roof- day will be from the effects of these dis-- r in hospitals "July 4, of course. Same old gag. tested by them weeks with and private ing, will be only lime, sand and labor. wonderful orders until death relieves But just of the business practice for AI Y. Ilcrahl. curative effect, and that analysis Chicage are salmons, and not bad shown no traco. of opiates or them from their suffering; Take Itice Griddle Cakov. Put a pint of houses in one prevalent la other cough mixtures. ot'eai will be closed up warning in time. Bid your of milk, to stand a darned Dollar-ffixtJboiled rice to a nint TRAD V They further stated that they had been in', please. Thj man night, and in the morning ami a July 4. i over step in view of the many duced to take this self of every symptom of weakchestuuts pint and a half of flourr a traspoomuloi that cracks old the worm. around here hurtful preparations which contained narDollar-sixtness and declining health by cotics and poisons and of the dangers consalt, and a tablespoonful of sugar, and fets a taste of Chiccgo Herald. on their use. Tho remedy in sequent beginning at once the use of a tablcspoonfiil of melted butter. Ba question i& Rod Star Cough Cure. Such a the mixture well, and add two Dr. Guysoit's Yellow Dock and eonclus-vanswer as this to the narrow An Illusion Dispelled. eggs and a pint of milk in which arguments of tho few, arrayed public Sarsaparilla. Its renovating Absoltttelii sentiment om the side of tho Health Coma teaspoon ful of baking powder has been Drtefnm Opiates, Emetics and Poisons. significant that Dr. and stren gtheningf effect is felt stirred. Fry on a hot griddle. If you It was at the roller skating- rink. missioner, and it is of cream substitute it They were gliding gracefully around the Steuart has since abeen appointed to office PROMPT. SAFE. SURE have half a pint at once, It is a positive cure for by the Mayor for third term, and has had Cm or Conch. CoM nn.l other Throut unil for tho tablespoonful of butter. Boston wide expanse to the entrattrfirg strains his appointment unanimously confirmed by I.onr .MTctlon. IMPURE BLOOD TtmCtm Bjttlic ATlfttoauTs and Duf.ru. Budget. of lie was one of the the City Council. TuicBjixra A.TWiEirit ro., BiiuaorT,arjUod,cj.i. Y:?EAK KIDNEYS, to the high professional reputaOwing Any land that will bear clover can proud but so bashful rink professors, INDIGESTION, person in Pitutea Sf the gentlemen who endorsed hi3 tion Jinny be made rich. It is not wise, however, and she a giddy young miss and so actios, as well as to the enviable standing . MALARIA, ir oirg Ely's Crexm Bslm RHEUMATISM, to put a field in clover and thou keep U pretty. Soe, she bends her graceful of the owners of th remedy, Tho Charle3 'or CiUrrb with most ETC., ETC.t down closely. If the top is-- ' tioadto catch the encouraging words he A. Vogeler Company, of tnis city, widelinsturiHf lesnlts. A lady U FARM AND FIRESIDE, r ,, tta jjl"""11" "1 ' . " kx1! tM' Mrs. Holmes? I thought the doctors gar her up. She looks well now." Downiightu-Cruelt- .' y; f- -t r - 0, 0. ns-Ti- U God-give- newly-discover- ed e, " old-tim- 'rftf J.- i -- -- d to-rgl- t. ! x, . s 1 1 tablo-i'Kotifi- il . time-honor- ed self-raisin- '- al ofll-ci- fl JACOBS on ForPain s ak bar-tende- r. Ch-relait- . pay-ricja- us one-thirteen- th poi-aou- s, 1 MedJStaii !! ! y, well-beat- en e - "See-Saw- ." -- CMBH ffrSl iJ. 'C ulls-'ict-crj -- free-live- r; Phila-rielpln- rf, te kif-affair-s. y," race-horse- s, tericg th frets of amsll he bad not enjoyed r aeo years. Mr. Buber 1.1s tiied it in his tunily snd msend It Tery highly. A fjnknannoekUiryeiteiUa'ea iLt he vas eared of partial t$Jais).PitUtm, Fa., which Go-ttl- lt. ht-Wv-er nai.. Cream Balm Is a remedy based npoo a eerrect 'isgncsis of this dteease and nn be depended upon. SO botu Owrco. V. T, only preparation of sarsarparilla that gives perfect and. complete batMaction, and outsells all other remedies wherever its healing virtues become fully knpwiu lt,l3 a quick restorer of healthy, and regular bodily functions, "and removes all tendency to paralysis, apoplexy and sudden death by checking: the decay and wasting away of. vital tissues and muscular fibres that control the working of life's marvelous It Is the - J rftrrit. Sunclr c", at drngg!t;M Cs.by Dy machinery. druggist- - maii iu as, 1LT P" Demaud this remedy of Take no substitute. jour .'. ! m T KY S' ( 1 real-esta- te vindi-oate- MANILLA !mMOMEMG& STRONG, easy to apply, ilocn i CHEAP, rattle. la also A SUIiJsTlTUTK rest or Mt BARNABEE'S OR AN EVENIN SONGS; blank-book- s, ht WITH BARNABEE. I fe: K Hit PJjASTKlt, at Half the cfiuat, doable the wmt of oil cloths. buildhiB. CARPETS ANI ItUtiS Cott out. The many tboujands of dellpbted hearers whohato spent JETenlnB wllh llarnubee" will be morethanpIraredtoiectiU famous Sung fathereds In thin boot, wlilc his one of the bet comic collex-tlonextant. 21 Mnp: 150 pases, sheet music alie. Edited by Howard M. Ilow. ITlce.lUS. Merry-Makin- book-bind- er BspXrr. W.H.PAY& CO..CamJentNJ. Catalogue and g Melodies. ."ii"j 33.QQQ YOUNG MEN HAVE FOUND I I ' t EASTMAN GOLLEOE Aapadoortoijoccfaltmlnesnfp. EVEUT STUDENT TJtAXSAOTSllUSIXESSia M tteoujti and complete manner as AVocalVUItor toChe.T the Children. By Wad; Whipple. who understands thn children s taste, and proTiaes lor mem i aiixacu.u bon?s, with accompaniment for Piano or Organ. Sheet music !xc Well adorned with Pictures. Price, 73 cents. new ana i.nuiani FlOWerS The School Pong Book tor day hy Est the Tounccr Scholars, baDyfh, a. Pitt. Yjry sweet but nM. Plenty of not hytnni picture. 21 cents, tilO per doi. ...!. tma-Fre- I casse-pa-pe- r. the Merchant.o TralfrorBankfrlQCTeryday life. For foil Eastman College, 1'okcepsle. New Vert. panlcn-Usadirts- casse-pap- er s 4 TM-pj- an SbPCT 1 1 1 1 ii I Primary Schools and the Kindergarten. By A ElU. Emersonand I.. Swalnc Illustrations, 'frcents. picture sweet gonss-wltof 13X0 per doz. SocIeUea, COOD CANTATAS fT Choral Gems for Little Singers. Fc -- uu-u- rpQlstrodtiee aft sell toe trmlo tho well known ami c!-- 1 bratM rit-n-r of the KW YORK A HAVANA fit-R- T CW1R COMP'NY. liberal arraEgerDents or CescsiOf paid to the risht nun. Tor further portico-Ia- n M terms address, at once, THE NEW YORK &. 57 Broadway, New York. HAVANA CICAR CO. Tth , (u. rvv 01 EEEGER. and Cobb. KeTolatlon.byTBOWBWDor Mailed for Ketall Price. OI.ITEU UITSOX' : CO.. Ttoston. C. B. DITSOS & CO, 7 Broadway, Xew Tort. '5 aroUerbert nnd . 'Jr... , n rand Ela, (73cenUtbyErois pmana lIIAI0.lU(IUJUpt acrea Cantata, w ,i, ana neroe Btory 51 ; 11 r- -. . bt-e- n e, forty-colum- 1 Vlts -:- -l tb-ot- her ut cut t'ntind taenbare 1 , death-bedTrese- a da uu( weaa thsm return acaln. I mean a rad leal cure. I un nufe th dltMte cf FIT, EHLErsY rr FAU.1.VQ study- - Iwrrnt nT remedy toesr EKJIESS a oiner hare failed I ro reason foe lttOTt case. noOorieelTttieaeiire. PendaJone.fnr a treatise and a my Infallible remedy. GlreEiprass and rest Fret KitEeef DSn. Il eots too nothing fur a trial, and I wUl core yon. UOOT. lirearlSt.NwTot Address Dr. f. 1 cure Bao fits; h WEEK'S READING FREE f FOR SIX COOD FAMILIES. Send your name and the namo and addrcs of Jive of your neighbor or friends on a postal card and cet free for joursclf and eacii of them a specimen copy of THE GBEAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY, good-lookin- T 7 a- sx , 1 1 d. r TXEATtl FREE. I guarantee tberemoTalot a.1 tyniptomslatendays. atKuttcu-itilrdso- f c DROPSY to lU The Atlanta Constitution. OUR THEEE HTrjfOSOTJS f l J 1 vs tTtaes patients. XI. H. CHEE.V, M. X., 55 Avcuue, Atlunta, Ocorsln. posltlTe remedy fur Uie abore dlacaia ; by Its otront-lmyralt- Send for Treatise. ten days' treatment free by mall Sketches of TrnTet, Stwa, War Storlce, Atlsenliires, "The PnrB," Poems, Fuu, A World of Instruction and Entertainment. TwcIto Pages. Tho Brightest and Rest TYeeMyv Pleases every member of tho Family. SEND A POSTAL FOR A SPECIMEN COPY, FREE Address "Tax CosaTmmoy., AUmta.tQa. mcus Sketches of the old Plantation ' Darkey. "BIJX ABFEHmnproualetUra J for theHoma and Hearth Step,?. 4 S. I "BETSY V, urtttoldinthe 'Cracker" HA!STtTOTrS-,alTent-warriS- "TTKCXE EEMTJS'S'' worH-fa- J " r m WNWMPTI0N7 can a tsttbeuandsef eaiesol tue worst kind and of Ions uadlahaTbcenenred.IudeJ. fKEK. UtttaecT.tlIwl I seodTWO BOTTIJa disease on tnli uetthtrirliaaVJit.CABLETRElTtSE SaaynS-ettrOlTeenwessen.tr O.addr fa. Da. T. A. SLOCril. Ul Pearl 6t., Xtw Toik. 1 The Household, Correspondence. d PIERCE'S IMPROVED GAHQON first-cla- ss of cross-examin- -- ' Cured without operation or the trusses Inflict or from labor. bT Dr. J. A. liroaaway... 1 book. Sbenaao'i method. Office, cure, of Cacs before and aft er home mailed fot amt day. ten tents jwienU trcatol leave fur RUPTURE! Injury hjn-ilrsn- si BROADCAST SEED-SOWER! e. e, forty-colum- fIfiflfM; J ", btxts BEsitn rxnis"k bniia a vfc rnderettKn: ws '- -. rr 0QLIERS iM e. mjvt. "rf.r"T4, m.i U 8I1TU n . . . tmt tot. asrau. rauuae. Ub ." I" - ' W.B 9 ww A "fp - Tres-fttfchi- ij. 2iEWLAWS;OflIcerspayfronj commissi oni: Deserters reller- andlncwahe: experience Hyears; WriiB for circulars and laws. m ubcn McCQKMICK j SON. Cincinnati. Ohio. 1 band hope "How toProcnrn fn a -UATHU I VPatentsfreetoInTentors.lyra. I 111 I R.S.& A. P.LACET. I wgntAtfys. Washington. I. 'SfwBfj t'. ;:' l' vhvatand aU Sownuviand btt xed. other trraln vrkbf wbeatln , 8oe vneaczeof ts men. fSVZ better wort &an ey any f, ', IlOOt ' ftinrt'i Iotkoted Ca- -SXZDDSOACCStT lol. . Actnuwantfd. Price ii. . aSBBBBBsl : eSBBBBBBt:- prtMlouii .. i .v Sind lUmp for circular. t. esaessssi m HT -- said-ryo- rfl nl .enwflur ', .? J niLUcn uu., eifci SXXZBAT, A.OXSTS. a Cincinnati, Ohio. lCinMTEZEG2APHT. I Unn TTPE-WKimiO sent free. Adaresi CANC9 Boot on treatment Aurora. KaneCo,UL. F.L.POND.M.1J- - Treated and cured without the Knife. as or SHOET-HAKHERE. Sltnatlonihcr-LalJheAdarraa VALK."iTiSKBEos.,JaneTine.TTT. D d. T autf-towriand'wi- n n, ..., - PoattlT enro BtooTnyoisoWj 1 n liilEli FJi 7 FILLS iiyiiiiWLiiii PURGftTIVE O 3 r.ii :TiTe auu ro6 ct' Xtl XASiye ,.UMW. .iil.r. m.MW DAIRYMEN and FARMERS ( Milk-Pa- T.. nOJ-(..- . mtr?.r-"c- ? v Anrrr. iiiuan.nceii mjt .. fiv,n ra.M,. IOVE lTr.T. K.1,T)rifitT!i.i .. TmtiiI rAmni.i.i. irT.TT Vn, Cnmnlilnti Ulnae ?llla them a and nn n,).vvaluable Catbsrtlo and Xlver P11L Dr. T.RAlrfPalmer. Montloello.Fla." J. Awrh.vit. x kr 'i "".. r .J. Tlpnnlsnn. M.r . DjkTCI,, Tn, sfif.r-m- ,mt . .;rr..Tir.i.5i." .. , n n rw A. .3. UUiUlOVrf ;:-j- r per- - .V., A.S4 4bOd m m HOQ DISEASES. Tha "Arm ana Hzmmtf used Vtth greet thotild8 only the "Arm and Hammer" brand Strand Soda arid Saleraius ifand cure of HOC Sweet and? success t&r tho prevention for rieaitna and Keening uiean. 11 is mo oesi icr Bite UHUUtKAsnotner creases, AfV aeeJTeBfc. tiousehcid Purposes. s mix with tha animals food. 1kaaVyifcl-Jtvyv- vvH54x y 11 nai S low-back- ed J &m "AE1U HAMMER ERASD" aoer rOJ7i!ls-Hw- n onama t To iniraro obtaining only th 'Ana & Hammer" fcrand SoOa W jf zlv&r orSaleritnabuyItiaToundOTlAalfToandcartooiiaTThlc ana trade-xnarinferior cood aro sometiznea Enbitnted for tha "Arsx. & 1 u la bollu Ask for tha "Ana & Hammer" brand SALS0DA (WasbbM Sftdt)T ' k, t. g I . aily-buste- r. a. P9olPremmlio1s'tr'lw Did you vrcr : A Clear Skin , R. U. AWARE r THAT Lorillard's Climac Ph bearing a red tin teg ; that LarjgMM Koe A.earnB8CHt; teMinnnerss Mt.aaea. TAilnle Kawy Cllplnra,aad ' eheapeet, (juallty ojnililwi f tb beet and h. -- Afc'-FflMflHaKr-tfic,JBAh(eadx 0 comprq-misevb- I JflWkl9,l is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it - at least, what Magnolia looks like it. oth freshens and Balm beautifies. ;- iaRfllal mm T 5rrilTt AJf-B. Made only by tha K. T. HaTanaCtarCo,WBreeV jlskfostt. a.oax d BtaattiayyMMVlMMN saasi WMTTM . J - v -- &Sft3fe3 4 .' V r- -" j..i.ijiiihui 'a immmpmt ji i" ". -- .:.-.iwJSSSSMIH- I i'""'S"w7TWT tu ast3mziJL sx?xzifk3&x&i&mjiMmmmimamtkm t , t ." ',J ,fe Marshal Neelv broujnn'ati The "T other boarder for the couf Jail- - inunication this week IB 1LB er, from Fulton, WoducpJVa an old Fulton comity Fwr fttitte Senatur. Mr. F. C. Shaw, committed?1 the with held by request, suggesting Yfaus) (Bees IlEnn W are authorized to announce JACOIl chargo of obtaimng monej'iucr u jthe Iiohung ot mass meetings or! IP!.. WHlTE-o- f r...J. Hit.. frW Ilickinnn county, as n candi false pretences. Shaw cut into couventions by the Democracy, to. dale tn represent ihe counties of Hickman, pulton one day Vm WW IIWJ last week a' select candidates to represent liiltnn ant! Graves counties in t'ic Stale W e liave this Pennte, tn fill ijic unexpired term of the partner, and called on Air. f'gnt, Iitckmau and I'ttlton in the Lower spring, purchase.l, and have in btorc, the largest Stock, la M. a merchant, claiming that hKnew House, and also a nominee for late M. C. Vauhan. that we liave ever carried. We are showing the mobt elegant styles and Knight Home years back itfairo, State Senator from this District. qualities competing claiming also to be a railrd e. The suggestions made, are, brieily: Oliver IMos, cue and two horse, Reams, 'houses. and at Lower Prices, than vou can posMhlv find at complcte-T- v Far Itic IPslNl:tairp. In fact we can give ou Prices on Everything that will We are authorised lo announce J. F giuecr. Shaw'n partner pi ;a That the Democratic patty is ie Handles. Point-- , Mould Boards, Slnudjrds REXNICK ns a candid itc tn represent check on Memphis, and SIT-- in. sponsible for the present embar- Boits, &c, vc. - "Paralyze" vou. Taking into consideration the fact, that you can find .1 Hickman anl Ftilton counties in the Low trodnced him to get Knit Mo rassed financial condition of the Kul&niazoo Flows, one and two horw,anyining in er Hone of the next General Aarnihlv of identify him at the Fultorauk State, and being the controlling lower thin wn ever ofl'ered, ' home or Kentucky. horse, cut 12 inches, S7 "0. abroad " so that they could get tliejheckj power of the State, the party can One hore Two Great bargain in , ES22S2 $4 00. rlEESSH cashed, which Knight did, i the 'not shirk the responsibility if it I'lowrt wlm.il are cla'mrd to he iipial to any .1 Ii rFtr Jailer. At tln'samei desires to retain that power; and Chilled 1'iowH mure ksV frMJ tw ETTl FTS We are authorized to announce THOS check was cashed. E321 Aery l'lo8, s eel iid cat, one and two time Shaw deposited in bifc for therefore, accepting that V. WALLACE, a a candidate for the a Pittsburgh cIkK for sibility. it is the duty of the Demo horfc, eMras c office) of Jailer of Fulton County. Elec MeiWIe: 'o'8. line of llw jMiinu, &c. f.00, and then wont to tli gro- cratic party to in some way select tin in August. next. JJ'ount'h True Blue I'hiwi. (Uiie patent) from a spool of thread to a Carpet, complete lines of the best makes in We arc aulhorue! to announce JAMES cery house of Jt.S. Murphy jnght or name the individuals whom it "world beater," which neer enters h p head and footwear, and the most elegant assortment of Clothing ever hut to coihju r, lenK tlie ! TA YLOK as a candidate for the office about 3 worth nf goods aiiKi?e is willing to trust as Eepresenta-tives- . with ihe blue libbou Hying in ibe thrown pon tj,js marj.et of Jailer of Hilton county. Election 1st a $20 check on the FultotJauk 2nd. It assumes that Monday in August next. . We have entered upon this our fourth year in business with the firm in payment, receiving the&ffer-enc- there is a general feeling upon the breeze A fu'l line of Main Daublc repeat) the part of the people to exercise Walking and Riding Culiivalor-- iahofeK determination of having the best trade that comes to Hickman, for Dry We arc authorized to announce JAMKS in money. lie F. BUSIIAf.T ai a canhih-itfor the office same transaction at lla.uei "lid more than ordinary care in selectNell, It Goods, and if the very loxcM prices, coupled with extremely class buying, the lent in the world of Jailer of Fulton county. Election in obtained balance of dig? in ing legislators this year, and there- ninkcA tw laugh, f'cl gnrd, when we men aim nantllmirtlie best Goods to be had in the market, dont succeed in August nrxU money. These mereliaiitseiig fore Democrats ought to consert lion he True Blue Plow and Malta C'nlti- - getting the Got trade, then our hope are baaed on air. We are authorized to announce JACOB suspicious put themselves i it. together, &c. What say the dis- tator knowing in our ju I'iiietit they are "We will make it to vou, your friend and your friend's friendVs interest tlie bot of their kind in America. SILVEUTOOni as a candid tc for the mediate communication vi th'e trict papers and others! In addition to the above we have a full to? iw and get our "Pocket-boo- k office of Jailer of Ful'on county. ElecAppealing" Prices. bank, and iindiug that Shaj hail and empiric line cf Farm IniplemenU tion 1st Monday in August next. ii u win always uc tlie Theri: will be no break-necno money there caused Ids "MeUnchiuer), Sic. Be.ipen, Mowers, Binders diate arrest. Tho Memphiheck speed in making appointments. Com 1'iaiitcrx, check and drill; Wheat Urillh .0 Breaking Capt. II. A. Tyler, left Tues-- J was first paid, and then riutlia-tei- l It isn't Cleveland's way, and it is Corn Stalk Ovi; Sulky ll.iy Rake,Plow. $ii; , Cut Sulky ati.l the'dica-tion- s as fraudulent, and day for if ew York; not in accord with his proclaimed devolving; Hay liddeis Hay I were that the PitPurgh feetbe.new idippers.and Hand Sewed check would turn out thfsaine policy. He will make haste slow- Threoliern, Sjighum mnchinery i:c. Ce- inutile Plrchae. Come and see if t is not jo. of lb" lwt, (.line, .alt, Field 6hoS, af r Tiriii, noil way, though the bank hi )ot ly, and by making haste slowly he ment, I'liKtervrs Unir, J. AMBERG'S SONS. Try J.iml l'liistur, it i n Lanil Piaster heard definitely from it the ill bo quim likely to make the world leatero'i CI o Tor. Sir. Poplar anil - x timeiOfi.tlio triaLShavf more speed in selecting public of- Cyprei-- Shiule-- l'eid of all kinds for .ves-cont558frigbtencin the sum of G00 for trial a the oveca.panher which is said to be next Fulton Circuit courtr ficials who will be an honor to the Stuck. (Jenernt iH'ortment f Family fJroerit roaming at large in the woods. party and to the country. Don't Prices its low an the loweit for first chiv sood-An i:illtirH Tribute Try 7'j"eV"sugnr House Molases, the rush things; don't! our price1 on !! iir. fancy, ixm t of Ft AW. in iiicKiiian. Fifty-Fou- k LOCAL NEWS. Courier SHS'IA IB," &&mvMB:rmwr m m ID KO "Bit dise. take r k m p m Don't Tn Forget It" ihe-i- u PftffttfYPH -- '.i We can and wi mGet the Prices of any one, on anything in our line of Merchan"Beniemberyou can save money" by buying your general supply of Dry Goods, Notions &c, &c, from Headquarters, and Headquarters for Bargains is with the "Old Reliable" Plaut Bros. & Co., in the new brick, near Buchanan's corner. Headquarters for mens and ladies line respon-collectio- n con-t- et th-l- d rrow-in- e , unnie-tionab- ly 4 k er-- ork-1- , LOWEST FBIG&D&01I3Z Jn-etl- - 1'in-te- the beskin the city, every liair Warran- y ted. t.j -. d jgItl rt s t the finest of salmon fish. Lis dock and get some. Metheny is catching some of Call at tt..:.. Tho two fellows, Coleman and Mr G. A. Thomas, of Hickman. eanies,t j0 breakup the lae Smith, sent to the penitentiary lias accepted a position iit a May ri li tr of thieves and murdCica from Craves, have been detected Hold dry goods house. He is an that have infested that otliertiaj in tho work of making counterfeit energetic young man and deserves splendid community, by ltausii nickels and passing them out of AraiiU, Curlrt, I'litr, Frizes, Hangn, success. three of the guiliy ones. - TlmilS Jhe prison. Tlieir work is said to nude to ordr. Latest Stvlea of Dress t tails of the Montgomerj- murjl have been very fair. Dies and LADIES PLEASE CALL J.AMBEUC'rfSOXS. and the numerons robberies Cist metal were found in their posses4 t have occurred in L'nion City Jul sion and about S worth of nickels. Special police. icinity for some months past,irt Last week's Courier report All K'Iiih indebted to tlie firm of bit The fair weather Monday was ed the marriage of 1. F. Cable to familiar to tho readers of x Drewry, will plen-- e eutncforwanl Miss Ella M. Cass It should have CouiMEii, as also tho effort dl most propitious for the scientifi- :il an erly da, and iwat-- cttt.riiieiit. read H. F. Cobb instead of Cable. the citizens to ferret out the jey cally inclined. The annular eclipse Oiilicnt K Colliin' ilrujj itorJ Alexander Long life and happiness to friend petrators. The detectives Imtto mm auracteu witiesnreaii curiosi- - & MAwell'iliitiiud. UUNI)Uit.Xr & DKEWKY. got what appears to bo the unnivity, :nd everybody who had the Cobb and wife. lliekiuin, Kv-- i Feb. 12, H2'. takable eudeneo that the negrosuopportunity watched its progress FreKh Oat Meal an 1 Ciacked W,nt, at Ambrose Young, Charley Lathaias best they could. Smoked glass J V. Iloc.is.s'. and Frank Freeman, were the tnr- - was in demand, Jl'ST KKCKIVKD A I. V1IGE ASSOP M KXT OF "Old Bnck" everybody knows ilerers of Montgomery, and tel who we mean H. Huchanan, is in citizens took them from tho ofticrs t The Mississippi is yet rising. the larger cities huyiug jroods for ami uung an inrce oi mem. OUVBII AND AVBRY ug but is uianv feet clearly inside Ids firm, and means to spread him ami Freeman each made confs-- ' banks, and no present apprehen nelf to seenre bargains for the sions and told the whole story n sion of danger. The past two benefit of his customers. detail of the murder of Montgoi- - idays ii has been falling at St. Lou EL 5 Acsa ouality nf I.idio and Children ery. It is said also that thy is, but the Cumberland, Tennes ikt ColtOH llw, at confessed to the murder ot ml-m- see and Ohio, are again rising. u 4 y Vv J.AJIBERG'SSOXS King and wife, near Hit4t. man, something over a oar as. Wc, ali, keep cnniantlv on hand the I Mrs. Jones takes pleasure Rev. Dick Caldwell and Rnfe tXewCom continues to drop in Orleans, the latest quota 'tire attention of all lur Smothcis, were also under arret KEIKLE & ROELKER being mixed, iific; white 5Sc friends uud customers, to the fact but not thought guilty of the inn tionsov; owe ami uu. Aciiow, rj- bi that her Tegular opening of Milli.-uer-y dcr, and were returned to the jaiJ.-mi 'Tm AVtIjjiko'ilue? th& first Mou-- j m r' Khe.v 3oyd. ofPadncali, day in fApvil, on which occasion t l Mr. Geo V illincr. of M.uichcii s ceriaiiuy.iiooKeu ior a mission MALTA she lifcp'fis'to Sou yon nil. K SIIOVKI.S, Mieli . v. rii"i ulicl to one ot tho central American "Mv wile lms WLLIlVAPiKS, The linHdMiiest Line of Mens and helpless fur live years, so helple'd t'at d States. OKX DRILLS, Ac. hIiouji in Ilifk. "Youth e t : chum not turn over in oca atone man ha jiut Ih:ii received iml is on Cull and cxami i our II)WS and pri ISitteri, and ft 1 ImU'I.x of Kl atjtuehiuiif. All the latM hade two improved, Tho dead lock in the Illinois ciis. Lower tlian hi't c.t.r o,.on sold in she is ahlc now ! much and tyle-- i in Uuawy:, Sactn. and Frckf, Iter own work " that Legislature is not yet broken. hii market. J jf Iinjorel VorMul!, Diaguna's, Cork Electric Httt'T will lo nil that i clan SaTLOJK OUT I'OR TIIS LAUJK i.rsw!l'raies, fasimere, &c, are to Ie ed for them If.mdreds of teettiiiuiijk A C'AStD. i n.en Kvery Suit OiMtoin ma Ie. and per atleii their K'cat Mna'ive lKiwrs. (S feet G'tiug. l'rietn cannot le duplicated. t hfty cent a bottle at M.iore - Lndne flu the Voters nj Ftilton County, Cull and see L)ru; Sture. tJaiifaciioa guaranteed. them. I find many people of the im pression that the jailer to be elect Mr. Bernird Xeal is annouc-e- d Our voung friend Tschudi m as a candidate to rep resit cd next August, will be elected Jierc irom iiicic-marwuiu.nrnvect in the next Lest. ior tho full term" ot four vears, f Ky., I:st Saturday, and is Uiiivns eniintv . , ......... now icompouudiug things" at tiie h.tnre. Without, disnnniiriny j5r which is not the - case. The term . .,. w. Emporium. Young other present or 'ntnre. candithfr lor wnicii ne win Deeiecteii, nemgi favorite Drug the Graves countyDeuiocratsill the unexpired term of R. F. Thorn- ladies lfavo you 'seen him? m-pardon us in indulging the h$e ! sson, deceased, which is one year SUir. only. At the 31 r.JScai. u from next August Th finest qi.1ite-- of Silks and other that they will elect has the abilitv. comnrcheuds fee death of 31 r. Thomasson I was ilrcai ioIs, at financial condition of the Sttje, appointed jailer, to serve until the J.AMBEUG'SSONS. l. knows the remedies needed, ail coming August election; I accept ed the position at the expense of Mr. E. C. Alexander, of the lias the nerve to apply them. To m of City Marshal, to x a the oflice firm of Alexander & Maxwell, re- tie sure wo are not eniiiieu aj a which I had recently been elected out turned last Friday, from a trip to voice in liravcs county, wo fe and had to resign, of moving to the cities, where he had been pur- citizen of the State, with other necessary ex chasing spring goods for his linn. trreat anxiety and pride that Ihe the jail, penditures and trouble, with the He Jus won aigood reputation for people mav select such represen hope and beliet that I could give his taste in the selection of goods, tatives as will check lventiHkj such satisfaction in the oflice that from falling from her hith&o and as a close buyer. MUSE eo fc HAW. proud position to that of an iiitol I would be elected next August to Kev Ywk Buckwheat Flour, at Commonwealth. That iiitol fill out the vacancy made by the vent J. W. IttGEK'. vency has been brought abt,! death of Mr. Thomasson. I have ' The weather of last week set alone, by sending ineompefjint so far discharged the duties of tho the farmers all to work in good, men to the Legislature. The Slk trust to the best of mv ability. hard earnest, and we see but few of the State having been robled, looking always to the interest of of them now idliug around town. &c, is a lie ignorance audlot the Commonwealth, with a humane Country work is on a boom and dishonesty has been the fruul consideration for the prisoners, town gardeners aro trying their cause of the State's embanks- - and hope that by your votes at the coming election best to outdo our farmers of the m en t. t a further trial. you will give nio country in getting out early gar Bncktm'M Arnirn Snle. v T. V. WALLACE. dens. The HmtSauvk in the world for fii now at New Spring Good, BniifHis. Sores, Ulcers, Silt Rheum, Hver 0-ods Hon-lurant hs well as for the" of We wou'd tnll attetitfon to the Ivaittiful It never f.iii to encct a spectly curc'JV Liae-o- f Boys and Children Clothing on friends to whom I have reconime&Mil ilispV-atl-f ?& JJuchsnanV Thev are the ?1""K w V''."18 n,RU u' t hnifit of every iifettiot Suits to bt keen in Hickman, i,1 Iwen cired bv Iitconsider itcnghonly rfJaSe vearf", the , fir five cannot he excelled anywhere for ntyles II Cold'.-tc'ViThru are beautiet and price Those ind s'lrucure forCougli,Drug fctor, ai war lingihildren a clothing will find it t at Moore & LindruuiV Free Tria" Bottle. LarceS ze Ji.ut their interest to call and riee them before ""-"coVfo,l S " i ii v ii;in niaiiijii ut iiiiiii n.... i... 1 Theron P. Keator, Editor Forthe Ind.. 'Gazelle "nrite: years have alwnys need Dr. Ktng'Jtr, Disco-cr- y for coughs of mot"eerelj-ncier- lot-ge- l Bill Tcdford, tluToldest and first oiiginal trump we ever saw, a mlderii. came into town last Saturday morning. Eerybody knows Bill rooI. Ilepcc'fullv, ftiid Bill seems to kno wo very body. He is on his annual tour, which pure an I rfweet, ? ."ill high,,stniig'tt p r barrel K.miil v tIJ to "5l 5t. W'ceordi .ill inite all to come, examine GuoiU and TO MAKE learn prieci beforo buying, it will ilu you requires but gr-d1 , extends through Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky and Tennessee, back and forth. Charleston Enterprise. March (5h-l- POWELL &BR0 f iiair nmni BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," a stroke of the pen and a little printer' ink; to back up the claim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the fiicndi nd the pnhlic best." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what' they say when WI!tnnonne t tiioclc r of all kini's of Furnituregenerally, that we have junt received and solicit ihe trade of parlies wish asked to give any solid reason tor their claim, that they keep "the best" ing to uuy.sjjecan ilior an styles o: furniture in plain and Inner. Also, a fine line goods. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish ot to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. Jb ,iat Bros. irniture ! jl, Who Made the Loio Prices $ -- xox- is the thing that tells, and I propose ss O.TJJkL ng with first-claGoods. This is the and makes horse sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you know what good F URNITUUE'm, and perhaps you don't; if you want the test give me a call and I will show you. I am also agent for the light-runniDiamond Sewing Machitie, the ladies friend. X. 11. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will duplicate 1SSTLO W PRJCESr Customers politely served on short notice Store across the street from Holcoinbe'j. new drug store. We prop"tj male our prices to unit the fpirit of tl c timen. you need never'Icave our hou.e to look for cheaper goods. We to duplicate &$T LOW PRICES' any retail Furraiue lore in the "Purchase. Vcrr reiptctfullv, point and escence of this discour&e, wwfhn "Wads i , You proice to fell cn rent bmi red as r fcs T.F. W1LBUEN &CO.. Al9 C6SS.ore rooiiin now 0ld Fellow.s htiildincr. ZSTAII kimltnf Repairing done en ohort notice, nnd in a workmanship My1, wc arc prepared lo gh e special inducements as Contractors and Builders of Houses. Respectfully, . rn . na --i ...m RT-Nnnvm, mj R. . A.Ma .Jk. SfkmL 10 e Jl JilLJiJSji ikl&SslXsr, Eg. y SUCCESSORS TO an el mm. & XSA.XSK3 IINT W-, fl s Again wc make sj)ecial notice of the immens-- stock of new Spring; Goods, coiiki-tm- g of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace t-3?- . v ironTrjNrii: RTeclzwear, L Also, fine ind cheap g Hamburg; Embroideries, loVi c3ioxl &aces, &o. - Biml tO-'H- mws: and PelmM Kp,.U UUia .MS irMSlSS.I'.OOKS, ." 1 luucr IIU.MIJ. TOYS md YW. I'l'KtX Illt'HK'.l.STS 7fwpiwwiwpiii T- """'" AOKN'TSK LI TUB v,'int'i:KWlX ; MVCIIlN'K. . mtmiinvimsT3?ii2& calls at Moore 3;:;:1::i"., Silks, S;li":, Imi, dgiw, :i limit Siii, k, n 1XE.? AN'J LIQUORS FOR MKDICAL USE .- - ln-e- U. L. .MIJORS can In final ni r LnndriiHi'i. Ir FVRLS OH e, to attend night i Sit. y IPRiSCXlIlTIOS A. SPECIALTY & CO- OF Wc arc sole agents for the American Hand-sewe- d Shoe Company, for Men's Ladies and Children's wear they arc certainly the best and prettiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our stock of &- HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTURERS 3rig- - Qloth-ix- x ! n, i.n i - f--i - Tip-tonvil- lc a p I jfx J rm J 4-- S If w flu ciMpilrF Kickmans cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly, and is much cheaper than the usual price. We liavd the latest styles of Men's, Boys' and Children's Hats The best quality of Flour and other Family Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Now is the time to get good bargains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. UWrt' J. .AJVIBERGr'S SOISTS. . J. W. COWG1LL, XE-A.LEH Kentucky. DRUGS, '"i PATENT IJST Trusses AND V THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLOOMBE, -- lew Drug Store. MEDICINES! JA.3M33 ISTE-- HOME AMefiiial .tjfffii ii:az.i:k J SEWING MACHINES!i?A.lNT S ANTX D HUGS, MEDICINES, TAINTS AND D.Ji-STiF- S, yc SQ" c i&s: 3BT. TDILET ARTICLES 4t. ew J. AMBERG'S SONS. ff country. ts at 4-- f. drowned mau was found'in tlfe river, four miles below Hickman, Monday. A coroner's inquest was held, but nothing discovered to indicate the name or residence of the deceased. The "remains were buried at Brown's cemetery in the See the late Style Clothing and low pri JIteeAyJtot(a.nJfe:iiiiUj Sore?, Tetter, Chapped Haixl- - Ch'dltin. Conis. and all Skin Bntptioni, and nl lively cures Vilp?, or no pv requiret. "It Council Proceeding. PRESCRIPTIO NS CAR.FJi.J,i COiir OUNbDI "& r. &c, &c, &c. &c,f &e at any - &. or nioncjr refundetl. I'rice 2 -- , box. For Sale at MOORE Jt LAVIlMTVa IIicKjCiN.JvY, March. II, I8S5. cdUncir met "purMiatit tn atljolirnincnt. Present Councihiifn Reckmin, I'rcncli, Moore, Caoe, Kaninge and Witting. Meeting called to order hy Mnyor In this issue will be foniri the gill. Minuteof former niectinp readCow nnd advertisement of J. J, Dipui, npproted. :ZTZtlrflUn -- JPrc-- r carpenter and contractor, lotcd at'Jordan, this county. Yes'riago Mr. Dugan was located mthe same neighborhood, ami any number of jobs in the uuue;uullulllg inai are way te-ua- v TAX SALE. liiuiiiiiii'uitiii nfiiin.i i iu.iiuiui.iiiwuiiJ M. 3? hour, day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock IlEVIIKO ASSE.S3MFXTS. On motion, the Council proceeded to htoek re-ti- e the asseasnientns follows: executed Alexander & Maxwell, raied on of S500 00 20Q 00 J. AMBERG'S SONS. from Union City, by Troy and Wilsonvillo, to Tiptonville, Lake coHuty. Such a railroad has been long talked of, and would be a 'great benefit in developing the reitarces of Obion county, bn would be rather costly in its con etruction. Head-light get a chance for a new railroad An effort is beiug made to 75 Plumraer, one horsa 1,000 00 Powell Bros., raised on stock AV. RoORSRa'. J. 100 00 Shaw, M. B. raised on hogs chief of the Weather BuTke Thompson, Ira. reduced on resifor revenue and all .lap tn dence 100,00 reau, Gen. Hazen," is under arrest WilsJii. C. Huplv reduced on rcai at Washington City, which may ." 100.00 dence t,,auk8 &r the Zacliary, C. L. rised on reaidenc 100 00 account for the unreasonable in- very prompt aiidsatiofoo terruption of the balmy spring On motion, ordered that all persons wbo weatker Jionday, Tuesday and ohiect to tlie above changes in their assw e.-it Wednesday of this vreekr It6 all ""Ja. UOT" will men's will appear before the Council nnd thus make their complaint at the regular meets right henceforth, however, for the son's be seen that clL n?ff skirts are i"' jne of the Council on the 26th of March, groaad hog is out intfie sunshine. lay in school ?? 1885, after which time no complaint will Nice r4 cheap stack of Lace Curtai&g couutv. tins be entertained. . and Car Mis, at ;' On motion, ordered thnt a check be is " J. AMBERG'S SONS. nu'd the Assessor for his pay, $50. TrySpBBcci'sIdeBiu On motion, unit" i' luyuurui-- ed on lot 200 i'oO.OO Clinton Street, MexmuhrS: Mnxicll's Rurnett, D raihcd on lots 18JS2 IJeal, G W.raicedon his 225 and Old Stand,) workman. So far as we "ever 100 00 226, Ewt Hickman heard no man ever contracted with Bailey, H. C. raised on lot 83, Old III OK 31 A A', h'EX TUCK l 100.00 him who did not get entire satis-factioHickman Davis n S. reduced on residence... 200.00 &o. Besides, he is a clevII heirs, er gentleman. Any one &riug Grdner. W.193, 191 raised on lots 200.00 1G5, 166, DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES. a house built will do welbte'give J mice, H. C raised on bunry 25 DYE8TDFFS, him a chance, which they can do Lauderdale, S. W. guaplian, re by addressing him at Jordau. this duced. 200 00 TOILET ARTICLES, 1.000.00 ' CRUSHES, SOAPS Mue & Shaw, raiged on 8tock county. l'laut Bros & Co , raised on iock.2,000.00 PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. Breranl. R. B. llamcas heira, raia B. COLLINS, Proijrieior, a Hy vlrtnc of taxcadus tlio State of Kentacky, 1 wilt, on Monday, the 13th day of April, 188., 1 o'clock, p. m., offer for sate for cash at the court bonne door In Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidder,at the ft llowing real estate belonging to the parties named herein to satisfy the taxes and cost doe on same bq. l.ss aM Ux m costs are eooner paid : RBIiIABIiIL The old, popular and always reliableJEIardwai'c house of standing as substantial ovideuce of his skill and competency as a NAMES OF 5 Jr. Nearest resident. TAX PAYERS. City or Town cated. lo- 3 a H 3 1 I 1 Has a splerxKd stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at latlett. fieo thaw, UiVe 1'raley. I'red. Cnrd.'E II, hrs. tame for L.B.Kinn, fame for L. H. Epps, taroe for II a French Hicki, Ceo. R. Boudinot, Mary Dottl, Andrew hrs, took, Jasper wife Carpenter, Jas. F. firiffln, G. W. hrs, Gardner, Jno. A. Hays, Sam. hrs, Lacy, LaTinia Mason, Mrs. Ole-i- a. Jllddleton, E.C. Stewart Hro. Wlllett, G. W. F. Grief, EIiha Walker, JUtt French, Dan hrs, 320 Swamp Und. J. O. A. Cooper. 45 O. A. Cooper. 41! O. A. Cooner, J. O. A. Cooper. CO Kast Hickman. Old Hickman. 1883-'- M ! 55 1883.'4 18S3-'- $240 2 17 SI 50 1 C5 1 63 S2 05 4 03 1SKI . Apperton. 1883 1883 1883 Old Flour, in half barrels, at rEx-SheritfV.- o. JohnTon 170 re-lu- ll The finest dicinnl purposes, quality of LIQUORS for Me , M. Ebcrbart. Hickman. Keet Hickman. East Hickman. 1881 1SS4 1&84 55 25 25 25 1 75 2 05 15 1884 Tjbacco-- Cigars, etc cines, etc., from this house. An exprrionced everything freh nnd new. tOjrSiTe money by buying your Medi East Ilickmau, East Hickman. East Hiclman. Old Hickman. G A Hickman. Old 87 I88t ISSS-'- 181 1884 100 15 30 1 00 30 SO 75 75 75 75 g5 85 75 SO 380 100 1 CO 130 100 200 2'M 90 ISO 103 2 40 105 170 135 00 2 00 90 C30 90 75 73 80 75 03STE 1854 1884 18S4 1884 iMtrsfKiP rio.v.s. and ihoroughl? prescript.ionisteni-i-pd- , and ready at all hours lo till eucriptions accurately And promptl . com-pelent i 12i Win. Tally. 100 80 East Hickman. Hickman. 18SI lZ"'?J!!!?&7:i "w, J ..,--.WtfMr- Robt. Binfcrd Jlrs. Ann Beard. J. A. Bnggance, 1881 188 I 181 60 15 1 75 15 5 25 f0 75 75 gs and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly ts represented. PRICE, R. B. BREVARD, All goodsgutmtntcfd to 76 715 15 140 75 105 865 120 MfrS5l!iif Wfn1, it. Parties indebted to us, must settle at on e, or the claims will be put in officers han Is for collection. J. W. CORMAX, & CO. 11' Fair "iVarnltiic. March 18, lsg- -. "W, c. TOHsrsoisr, s. e- - o, -- SUBSUEtBE FOE THE J. WW-- i A llcat, Il.B. M1LLCT, C.C IM41' CQXJRIEIR, Tho best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen essplayod. The attentia of builders especially desired as this hove will gi-r- c speCorrespondence solicited. cial inducements. ROOFING. 'a? --,. -- ? A . J? at , " mmmk r' r i - - -- SMa-r v mmim mniiiiiiH - .P-eta- . duimmk: 'v.a iHiiHk imtmt HHk xHEVi c -- rwv .rr-- v . - 1 a ECEIVED, ,&- - IT hp A largo and complete lino of MonsjYouths, and Boys and Children's Clothing in all the late stylos and colors. Every Suit Custom-madand perfect fitting, A beautiful ' line of Ladies and Misses trimmed Hats from New York, embracing all the new styles. Alr-o- a new line of Plumes, Flowers and Ornaments. A full line of Bryan Brown" Shoe Co's. celebrated Shoes for M.en,Youths and Boys, Ladies, Misses and Children,' in all styles. The best Shoe made; All of which" w will srdl nt nrirw t.h, rlofv nmnti. "v r tioii. We sell first class goods only. e . w I vj ""1'" . While there are undoubtedly . CommtNMioHcr'M Svtie, many a Tiicauts lor otttco under Professional 4i, The "free pass" question has ", rvvros aacniT court, SENri'cKr. The raiiioad strikers in President Cleveland has !' riM' mtinli nirihitni tlin present Office Di&ppoint Seekers "Gould system of railroads in the tI,e lier Administrationthero are ,.e ti.wi.vw inv iloaes Amberg, Pla'mtiff, pointed 3Ir. Joseph S. u:i.. Tyler," nf .j,,. : STATE All T Old C'OLWTV jnnges West, Agniubi neitsC'eveland ISlow West Virginia, as U. S .Miuui, uiiKPRK:niTI..1 ,.il....)ArkansasII ledsla- - affiimst liae scored one victory """'.v nsuiero were at Ihosay, asiiitiMi.iii i7 iii.n :. i beginC LedwiJge, is , Defendant J f butSuie--AlpJ- tN that giant monopolist, " . Kcycuuo (Jommissioner, thus cle- i . n " or I'fesiiiont liarile ld's term, Dy virtue of tlsoui,'!! he has scored thousands J order of 3uJ6Bient I 'HII The Clinton Dcinocrnt lias :i iting Phil Thompson, of Ken-- j sans Must Gi sale of the Fulton Circoh Cuit, render-e- d ".Mr. Speaker, I wish to otter a of Mctories over the woi king peo- when the change in tho 1'jXCCUtuc.ky, whose name was urged by ',rnnnltitinn t.wiI-h- . rw ! i. .huioih.-iiiv,u-,.... r. splenulitl editorial in last week's . ,..',f at tbe August term thereot, 1S.7&,"" OarDisijsl . ple. The canse of the strike was tivc involved no change in par- """wii; tim ,ni;.i ir, l.... .ii.7w:.. (and (supplemental judgment reuJrreii'5 -- riCKAIJ, iBRae favoring good roads in lliek-maties. KENTUCKYfutiub that tho G'ould managers issued February terra, 1885), in the ubove euiir,- - ' and by the strongest Don.ocratio i . . . -legis and FaltoYi counties.. In the for the sum of Lundred and four j OrdeiiQducinirtloWaftcsof,nIlTJ,(i Hardin County Improve- iutiueuces. This contest has been dollars and seveB cent?, with interrat 'i cmpioccb, uiiu me imiroiiim re- - muut ARointt....y o..M4r,B,i winter- - time" "all- - see and feel the From l'nrOrii .onrl' VfrP-hAxS' the all absoi bingexcitement for the turc to accept a free pass TO ALT. TJUSIhESa the rte of G per c5Ner nntiuin froitt "Washington, iSHlPiS. The past fuse to submit to it, and every thirty-tw- o leading ritizcrirt, has ff enTlrfteil'tnMii elr curt. , railroad." importance of road improvements, inr hii) hi y.ifHj, tvw. uui v1'1. several weeks, rendered spc-"Why not let it apply to the tiain on system of roads was been organized at Elizabethtown. JiUce r'BiiUjrc I actorv. inauguration of Cleveland is nod iU'J.OO costs herein, I slmll yrocved Xtr but in the summer time the roads and I kuow your readers havooxer, cmlly exciting because regard members of tho present sessioul' stopped that weeks. ofTer for sale ut the court house tl(Mr, in for As usual Its object is to consider what new had ed as the initial t trial test as to the somcone'asked: are good enough like the Arkan-- f a full account of it, therefore I tlickniun, Ky., to the bigheKl bidder, 8l, the Governors of the States, Texas iudustiies may be established with policy ot the Administration as ."Oh, no, public auction, on Monday, ihe ljjth day-othat won't do. We've aud 3Iissonri, rushed fawning with profit, and what steps are best to " 8as traveler about the roof to his will content myseii with saying between the Ituudall and the Car-lihl- e m o'clock, April, r jorlliere-all got passes airtl it would befim- - their militia to the help of the poor be pursued to secure them. MQRRIS. about, 18S3, t'ottuiT Courtv dty)- upon " DR. W. house, "don't need it in dry weath- that e cujthing was as grand and democrats. Thompson being polite to return them. Sir, this Air. . m:ii:, :..,--U r.,i.i ti, ,,,...t ..... credit of six aud twelve mouths, the IJUIIIII. wHilt' iuii r PHYICIAH AND SURGEON, er.'' As the Democrat pointedly happy as it could be. Tlic First; suppoueci uy tno uanisle men pass'sjstem is wrong. It has a "i ..'Lilllllll.lilgreat mass illU work- - IT- - .m. inning; Iii. im uriiii uimi- heart of the of lowing property, to wit ; Tho j "or byMr. Bandall and Ins tendency, sir, to corrupt, but it ing people in the United States ncss vigorously by the preemp-tor- y HlCKXtX, Bays, it is impossible to have good Rfnn T... t?,,vo. niiV wsi-n- v' AT., roUowmg tjocrtbeti trirct or Und iu Fuldischarge of forty "special ton couuty, Kentucky, viz; The uonhr ir lwolore Eandall saves money. If thev hadn't sent always sympathise with striking roads wihout'using in their con- Jnko Oorbott, Bhey Bojfl, ai.d,fo,low.e"; OtTer-perviccs lo Ihf side of the southwest quarter ef sectiua ft t first victory, judged by me a1 pass I don't kuow how I working people, but somehow the inspector.? of customs.'' and per-- s ci .'os llirkmnn ral vicinity, Can fix, towusiip one, rnngc four west, bouude-struction some material that will Howell, of Pudiimli, Packett and Bl!rh!1,0 nppearauces. The Com-t1.r- a ns on tho "fraud roll." he would have .rot here. Reckon I'd authorities, generally find an ex- regarded as superfluous, These for be founltt Forlune'i Urujt Store. ed us follows, to wit : Utciuniue kl a. Jenkins, of Ilallard, and many missionerot Internal resist niiu and frost, and salong and Kevenue has had to walk, but, sir, it is our duty cuse to side with the monopolists. Urge c press und oik in Bayou du Chicu as'this" is not done muddy roads I never saw such a pressure for the appointment of about S,()00 to remoc future legislators from No fair minded person endorses that reason they were .dispensed bottom, ruuuiug thence W. 170 poleto to sweetgum, elm am) tanpief I hence- aomb must result And our contempo places, and as much effort to get subordinates, and in the way of temptation. I am in favor of all violence on the nait of strikers,' with. 891 poles to a email elm, hornbeam and rary might add that rouds con the endorsement of Congress- patronage is a rich plum; and be good measures, aud I promised but they hac a right to cease' President Cleveland's proclama-workin- g AND SURtiEQN, crooked wood ; thence ctst ITU pole to PHYJICAN has an important bearing as my peoplcthat I would work for at a certain price, and to tioii against "the Oklahoma Room-qui- t .hree small usli, dogwood and large hickstrncted of material capable of men. But everything, or licaity sides en masse, and refine to go! org" seems to be having it3 effect, 11ICKJIA5, I am a waiting tb to future efforts towards revising the temperance cause. KESlUCin ory ; thence rorth bJ poles 10 Hie brgiu-nn- ig, so, is at a sfand-stil- l resisting rain and frost cannot be coittiitnim; etjihty uineanJone htlT against the see w hat jVy the Presi- tho tariff. llaudnll Democrats temperance man from tho word back to work until all their - They havo protested not permit-- a acres. Or sufficient therrof to producv had without money, and that this dent will the whetheroflie will re want to wipe out the Iuternal go." borers are treated right. When President's action in be, his rrof!!8ioiiaI scrMcea u the sum vf tuottey ordered to be made. means road taxation in some shape tain those now in office or turn Revenue tax, aud collect all the strike is inaiigiirarcd the mo- - ting them to enter the Territory, In turning suddenly, bin coat llieiiiens of Hickman uttJ vicinity Fur the purchase pricv, tbe purcb.vsrt' revenue through the tariff, while tail struck the corner of the desk. iiopoh'sts usually single out those but they are quietly disbanding. janl?) with appiuved enrety or securities, must or other. The people of Hick- - them out. I heard Sam Randall exectt'e bonds, he trio j; legal interest from say yesterday that Cleveland was Carlisle Democrats want to retain Reaching back and taking the in best liiiaiicial circumstances' ' Georgia has turned out another juaii mm Pinion oinv last vear theduy of snlw the Internal Revenue system, and dripping fiiigmcnt of a bottle from :illl nfVof tn nuv tlinm flirt i 11? CCS .v .... va.v... ...v electric girl. She is pronounced c. L E, force ntid ( Heel until paid, atidhavinjc the voted down a proposition of road a Democrat, and that all Hit go : thereby be enabled to reduce the his of a juJgatht. II A IST "Tem- demanded, well knowing that the a wonder and though but a child had to pocket he remarked: will be prepared 10 couip y promptly with ;r tariff. Tho Courier-Journa- l says perance is the salvation of man poverty of the others will drive taxation, and the presumption that it might be slow but it would these terms. in years and stature perfoinn wonATTORNEY AT LAW therefore is that they are opposed nc sure, iitisis tno General ex- - that it Ulcveland maue the an- - ami the joy of woman, but I'd like them to accept the reduced rate ders in a muscular way. Georgia Balance on judgment...... issue. develish well to know who "put or starve. It is noble in a broth-- ' should convert herself into a dime $tm.07 to that Bvstem. The proposition pression,also, of the Senators and ' PO"tincnt of Miller on thissplit mt l volv a "opeless Intercut to of sale of that bottle in my pocket. Smells erhood to stand together in such Congressmen who haveMiid close ' museum. to work the public roads by conC'J 60 Collector. Real Estate Agent Costs in this action. ........ me jjemocraiic pariy, xc, out is like pretty good licker, foo. emergency. "Strikes"- are bad; with the President vict labor presents the matter in relations of his Cabinet. Biit and willing to wait and see. It is a Speaking about passes, why, 5sir, and ought never to be icsorted to, ' AH the great rivers of Russia members the Amouut lo be rained ..$7tl fij fa different shape to be sure, but members of the Cabinet anike no poor Democrat that will not wait the futuic. legislator ought to have except as tho last alternative, but are uiicriaceii wun artiuciai ca ICKMAN, KY. GL WAKRB5, woi king people know they have nals, through which thousands of even that involves a tax upon the such expressions they ft cat aii aud give a Democratic Adminis- every possible inducement Matter Comnuitiontr fill at,en,i promptly lollhu tration a fair chance. But some barges, heavily laden, make their no chance iu the courts. himself." Arkansas Travelpeople 'of the counties to an applicant very politely, iike Ills uemocrats nave ness '""sted him in Southwester! I'omnilM.Muiier'i Salr. way every navigation season. oecii opposing I papers, mark Kui and Northwestern Tcnneater amount equal to the care, keeping :t indexed or them "filed" havo I everything so many years, that er. rVtTCJt riBCCIT ClCRT, KB.tTL'CKT. nii5s:td't docketed 'mid tho After much discussion it has Spttijiatleiition given to the investiga now how to do ,aii3'- uo and working the convicts. One utmost'eneourarremeiitvpf nhtnin.i .Py Cleaning W. Finch, Guardian, V.'S., Washisgtox, March 16. .las. lecuueciiieii inai u mere is nnv tion of Und titles, and the pvicl ape but 01' poso the party in The Washington Post gives'asa A. Scrymse, President of the Con-- ' safest place on a railwav train it salesffeal Estate. Against proposition, however, is, (and it ed by any of the numerous nppli-t,,,fjang K'iiiy. Ou Petilion Ex Parte Def a resuu oi me cuauge oi mo ad- tral South American Telegraph is in the rear seat of tho ion r rnr. is seemingly founded in equity), cants for minor places, thaf I know Pon'en By virtue of a judgrarni and orln f ., .. ..,,., ministration from Republican to Uompauy, JSew loilc : A telegram w.-- . for the State of Kentucky to sell of, is a smile and "sir, yoar appli f sale of thi Fnlton Circuit Ciuri, ruU-a- d Treasury JKcTorm. administration) the cation will be properly considered Democratic D CONTRACTOR. the j GAR?Efjra SHSS term all her stock in turnpikes now in- aud investigated." Hence, hun-- j lKs5r it WiBtlLY :&R0CBRY tlieatabove Fehruary(thla salethetcif, uiur f..r Washington, March 13. The following as a few of tho many being iau;e, CIT-fo- r ypf.'TTTl-vested iu Central Kentucky, and ureus who expected the axe to first decided action of Secretary changes effected: CTOKIDJasr, holding that liepublie t esjionsiblo diviaion lulnceti joint owuerr), 1 rlmll prvcctd lo otTcr for tittle at the curt I injuries, b.v itsuuthority or, Jilt J J. Dt'tiAX, u.-- knowrn to th in gravel roads in West fall the minute they,'ptesented Manning in regard to changes iu "It is understood that a number iu liickmoti, Ky., to ihe hi)d.et holcitizens of Fulton county th Kentucky. The money invested their quire of foolscap petition, the force under the treasury de of carriages, together with hor- with its eoniiivance't.0 cables 01 """"f the old " ' ' der, at public aution, ou Mouday, w"pei.iu - tf r"r",n - interests of United States eiti ntlilvr li by the State in these turnpike has go away disappointed, and some partment was announced this ses, diivers and other uppurteliny of April, 18S5, m 1 oMock, r jj ir . aj;ii eated ut Joril.tn, h.i . (DAVIS' OLD STAKD.) sour 1 large majority have cone It consists ofn iiintniiiil nances, heretofore maintained atJzer. in Central America. Tho CollltfV fur tlio lillrri vA nf rnrrvtiw. m l.i ihereabouio (beinu County Court U j ), been loaned so to speak to'aid the home, and this ij right, foiappli- - reduction of the special agent's public cost for the families of ofti 'XVachusutt, now en route to IleVrtMlPr in innih tn miiv nn.l 'uisii upon ii credii of six niouto-- , tlie lijiviiiK he "prtv'ilAj- t rliMin li i nj,uy ','jfj will be duly inslrneted. t improvement of that section of ca::ts for minor place can Vp no j division, whereby it is expected cuds, have already been retired f HU.yf t!u numeron fi rli" in purrhae price iu csb, following ,e. . good here now, and areas apt to that a saving of as a result of TlfOir. IJAiAUD. Kahs d" c workworktJie vcaresoiiehv rer- - STIFLE AND FANCY GROCERIES scrtheil properly, to wii theThe annually from such services the State, and they have enjoyed in his line, i!au ..ddfsir'iu . rodoatn help their 'chances., will be effected. The services of the change of administration. its use ami benefits for many injure is as denying tracts ol Un I iu Fulton couuiy, i lept in a Tlio'.UiiioiilCity'A nehor 'recent--j tlKlMm atjoniati, ay. that the Pres forty persons iu various parts of "It is further stated that some A patt of tt.c N. E. qttartry mtu.lv I.uiuc, at Lot years, and 1o the same There no ideut intends to honestly and the country have been dispensed of the household servants here- ly con'tained'an editorial stating' of 4 town-hi- p I. 4 tveai," .u I otricts. inoifey in aid of similar improveUIWULUI.UN f'nTIPC known ii8 lot No. 5 iu tU Comnii-sioifaithfully adhere to thecivil ser- with and notices to that effect tofore borne on department pay- that the Sl.oflner Pumprfuetory; d ments in West Kentucky seems r,r,n ,,f W,J ''g m . Oliver, be. F.iCY UAADIKS, TEA&, Keport of division of the land of K" W . " The rolls have been excused from me- was to be'moved from Union Citv j rPIIK x equal. Such a bill vice rules, but under thS civil ser- were mailed to them to day but fair and " ''if. '""', uf ar.,!l I MXCE-JIUAboumbd as full. 9 T, 11CLJJ Kisley, deceased, X Republi- list includes six special agents, L'G nial duties and ordered to perform on account of ihe overcharges of .L'"8,.1 ". vice ,f w-'ti it i;ih c nepiin.iiitt hi the passed one house of the Legisla- can law nearly all th Till IF. corner of .ut vt'vi , reiki w,n;,,..i,nm.II Hi citlyjimniEj, . ils for transitortation, :,,, .. l0 officials can and ,i,.. be re- special inspectors of customs, and the work for which they are paid. of railroads T. iiomiat, grits No 8; thence wr.--t 53 poles lo a alnk,-- ; ture of 1SS2-3- . which shows that moved. rave this instance as an argu - tmMic are wtifici f ad fait ana all Under these rules, any 10 employes, whose names are It is uciieveu mat tue great in- and lliencc foulli 7 i !! poles to 'it stk; other parts ot our State are not licnceioN H corner of d.t No IjthRhrer 'inspecting' which meni in faor of a raihoad c(.m-- ! ' ier-i- s iudehiul toihcflntiof Willinsiuun jsdx omciai who has participated in a borne on the so called "fraud" dustry of "jss ft unfavorable to the proposition for 'd .iet oo polfs to a Mtike; thence nurh 1 '4r tr th- - ,fi1 firm nMwde A i ill pleas-- j mission. 1. P. Shoffner w rites a f Hut, we apprehend that one tronb-l- e political campaign, makisg speech- roll. This action reduces the means touring for personal f,rwarl "l"1 1 decree east 12 8- -1 lih poles lo the lutfam ro " getting up political iieetingSj number of agents to 22, inspectors ure or profit at public cost has gentleman in Xashville, . save toita, at labors cnrutnt W tfngar, in the way is that these turnpike es, Soirees SoatM, Ac. an undivided one twenty-fiv- e rtcrm. Aii, manage to 25, and fraud-rol- l employes to already suffered seriously and is that the Anchor's statement is nn-- 1 sj,0tt.n to . 0I1C. teuth prt rf the stocks have never proven profita- helpiug to engineer or onoy d : tuat lite railroads nave J T. WILL1XOIIAM to lo. It is stated at the department not unlikely to be entirely cxtin authorized half of the eal Jof the 8. H .r-te- r &c?Ni!luo! be undersold. , Ky ble to the State, and if sold would same, or contributes Jordan-, March 2G, 1S5 already shown him many favors of Hvctinn 4, towubij, 1, range b Wptj full price for Butter, EgR, &c ii. not bring anything like what the campaign funds, affortls legal that these changes are made, sole- guished. For the pu.vhude prici-- , the purehnavr, and have done exerything to help gnounds for removal. iThe Re- ly in the interests of ecououry, "These arc good indications that State originally invested, and with approver! nm-t- j or eeeunties utat Cotmnls'Ooncr'x Sole. interup the the therefore would not give any large publican members ofaimit Civil and no appointments will bo made the work of reform has begun in buildof Union manufacturing is unexecute bond, bearing leg, inprrnt fr..w TULTOK CmCUITCoBKT, KUNTUCKT.. City; that he Service Commission not sanctify ests this, to nil the vacancies created. Sec- earnest. Age does iheday of hale until paid, and having tho amount for gravel roads in this H. A. Tyer, Hatntitf, 1 icbnan, Ky., Clinton Str.) to a railroad force and effect of a judgment. Bid leva section. Another is that the State but say it must bo proved, and retary Manning has also decided an abuse. Even if high officials alterably opposed Shoffner is an ''paiust f Kquity. will be pr pared to comply promptlj wufe not simply charged. From the that hereafter the appropriations havo for twenty years or more commission. Mr. T E.&CorinneGleeson, Dcf'iaJ having made one unprofitable inthese tetms. talk of Democratic Semtors, and for the prevention and detection been in the habit of using public; extensive shipper, and is in a polly virtue of a judgment and order vestment in aid of turnpike roads GfcO. WAKRK.V. some members of 'Cleveland's of fraud's upon tho custom's rev- property for the benefit of their sition to know whereof hespeaks. s of the Fulton Circuit Court, render-of sale may novt be temptrd to Matter Commintioncr. Dresden Enterpiise. cil ai the leliruary term thereof, 1883, iu iu giavel roads. 13c this as it Cabinet before they became mem- enue shall not be used for the pur- families, it does not follow that the ubove cause, tor the sum of five him bers, the policy of the Jvdminis-tratio- n pose of making permanent ap- such a habi is consistent with demay, the members of the next Grnut'.Vot Ilrml. lOW "IJONEY dred aud eighty nine dollars and eighty I is as follows : cency or honesty." pointments, but shall be confined Legislature from the 'Purchase" U Louisville, March 17, Mid- cents, willi interest at the rateh ol(Uj per 1st. Change t'e headland give strictly to paying for information Ihe 28. counties should push the proposiot night Gen. Grantisnot dead, but cent perntinuin We are "Wholesiale Ueadiuartera for al A them time to become familiar with received February, 188o, until paid, and $48:11) tion for all it is worth. concerning revenue From Krun'-fu-rt .llnjiirlf oi IdltilN. telegraphic reports announce that cuxts hereto, i fh'ill pro'.eed lo otTer COIFECTIONERIES. grades of Yeoman. and needs of Uieir De- frauds, and to enable tho departthe details s There were audited on yester- Ills condition is verj critical and lor bale at tho court house door, in Hick vBEWIN.SKQSin TSBAGC3 asd ment to euiyloy persons in special Murray Xews complains partments. The t he is growing worse. man, Ky., to l tie biutler, t public 2nd. Discharge each aid every cases where it is believed frauds day and paid out of the State Motid.iy, Ihe l;lh day of and irill job to dealers only at Factory tutciioii, mi that Calloway county has been unnecessary officer, audhus re- aro Treasury idiot claims amounting being perpetrated. pmes; hI.ho the ,.,. trti.. ...i. !...,. !... rtpr.i, iooa.at i o ciock, i ., or tuerc- - E. ',Kto eleven hundred and ninety-oncursed 'fot twenty years by the duce expenses. ,u ,,,i,u iaboutu (heiug County Curt day), upon a Dental Scotch ad Superior Stctci IM, cents, tofore been acting as coachman creJ of H.x ,uOIlM, tlie f0uUHig d- edollars and twenty-fivtfrd. Supersede each and every blighting influence of moonshine VEACEIt IX A Fallen Minister. ($1 ,191.2,;) all from one county "inefficient" and "offensively pariut itiu Kciiiiemeu ctiiinccicii iui set men property, to wit; i,.st mcKman whisky, and that time and again the bet in the tusrket. We also fcep . n,i rtM.To ,t. . .. I II t n fir.,. 1 W. ,lr. i. i mi ,, IV ill HOW vicinity lots Aios - aiiU'J3, as known and The Paducah papers report that 0.1119 ntio il.n ciiiiitiiiiiftt tuiuM itlm jinkiiui tisan" Republican wi tni: cnnn.niw.li,.! ..tl,M. constantly on hand a choice st!ectin ' ueilgniileil upon the plan or the citizeus have appealed to the with an efficient and cehipcteut Rev. Wm.Weatherford,a ol Eist F&ntiy of minister anco for the support of thirtv-fo- u r1 return to their regular duties. iltckmiti, K,). i.iid vicitiity, imip Fulton iu authorities for relief. It says that Democrat. Among this lot were sev-- , Secretary Lamar did it. He had counn, Kentucky. Or sulliotenl thereof of the gospel, who lives at Salem, idiots. FAMILY OKOCKR I S. ASD ALSO. these illicit operations arc sup4th. Supersede tho fev really Livingston county, was arrested en new ones. At this rate, how no use for seven coachmen, paid to produce the sum of moi.ey so ordered C0XFECTJ0NEK1E5. s AXD FIIUITS. by at the Buckingham theater, Padu- long will it be before the idiots are out of the United States Treasury. to be mafia. For the purchase price, tbe Xety"ft., Line, Hookf, and all kind posed to be carried on in a por- good Republican puuha-er- , ivitli approved rely or seen of 1'irfmgiTacklc and Supplier, at a bar whtchvrewill5c.il very Ion equally as good Democratic off- cah, Ky., Friday night last, charg- in a majority iu that county I And for the cah. tion of tho county thinly inhabitIt is understood that Secretary hearing I'lcage call aul see us. icers as the commissionsfof such ed with drunkenness and disor- may not this bo a key to the sys- I Whitney has made the subject of rines must execute bond,sale until leal gain. Jworic's and Family Supplies genpuid, erally.! iiiiereit fiom the flay of ined, amid hills and lavines, and derly conduct, and with carrying tematic robbery of the Treasury, eoast defenses expire. j mnnre und having the turcu aud etfect of a jii'l FIKIUA & DcBOW. .. accessible by means of ordinary This is Cleveland's policy, and a pistol. The said minister is al- of which the readers of the Com- for years, aud a study run proposes to uieut. didders will he prepared lo com that he travel. The Government hereto- it is essentially Democratic and ready under indictment before the mercial have, of late, heard so give it special attention in uis ply promptly with these terms. LOWER and LOWER. FETHErSSALOON. fore has appointed officers who strictly up to tho civil serice Circuit Court of Liviugton county, much? Will the next Legislature scheme for the rehabilitation of Amount of judgment.. All Ui.lBTfGroceries hams, sides, &c. S08O.8O standard. So you see "changes" Ifor stealing about 6G00 in monev have the nerve to repeal the law the American navy. 4 35 as chc.ss 4e cheapest. 1 will not be A FliEASAXT RESORT. Interest loduy of sale were strangers to tho country ai.d will be slow but sure. and many valuable notes from a under which such outrages jiffi.i JOHN WITTiNQ. Costa iu i )n action 4SJ undersell, t vto the people, and therefore the aMr. Tyncr; but the circumstances HPrnnfrotr.fi .mil rnlrrntn Kyj !. ' . Secrctai'V MailUlUg llUS rGUUfiCU In regard to Pirs t FKESH BEER eonHntlxoBlmp.0mmtmir,' I . t fn H ceaSUriVlvAmouut to be raised jars and Tobacco, of the best brand of this Tyner robbery was involv- counties the carto ... ..a...... iUlJidO mc: numuoiv.of ocCTsifftaltTaiU up there to en- poiutments, from Patronage solicited. MARBLE WORKS GEK WARREN, vo Jiiiy- - ed m so much doubt, together with this class of pior unfortunates Agents, whereby it is expected force the law, have proven expen- there seems to be bu lf bo a saving of $40,000 annually Jaitcr Comiitusidficr. Wcatherford's previous who are really objects of charity. that sive (allures. Tho hope is now thing like sure, viz: Cliut Wil the fact ofas a CKMAN, KT. Repeal the idiot law and stop this will be effected. The service of character cox, at Paducah, C. T. minister, that that Prei4eht Cleveland may ap Princeton, and yourself Allen, of of the best people believed many fraud. Let it go to keep comna. fnrtvnersons in various parts of W. a Hickhim ' point to siteh places citizens of man j but the-titii- e the country has been dispensed no man wrongly accused. The indictment iny with tho scalp act. c; wheu, with. that scti6B, who cau and will, ei: now knows perhaps not 'even is yet pending against him. He is The organ of tho Czar states Cleveland. The others, so far as a man of family, is extensively DEALER IS farce the law. The Republican Senators show I can learn are not decided on, 'known in Ballard, Graves and the that an agreement has been reach- a strong determination to sit space io name all articles, bmt bo ... FASIIIOAUr.E The police of Louisvillo have probably chiefly because of con upper counties of the Purchase. ed between tho Russian and En- ami'irelvdown on any thing like a jd American Marblk NOtrouble lo show goods, Italian andome and see, at the corner of Troy His conduct at is I ducah will causethe theater in Pa- - glish Governments, by which itbp. dismissal of officials, simply closed up every gambling house tentions among themselves. believed the threatened war and Moscow Avenue. East Hlckarq, Ky many who have havomet Stoue, and it is nothing Republicans. A they are boosthoaend MONDJi rS, TOMB AND GRAVE iu that city, and thereby have tween those two countries over the butjnsticetosay that hoiinprcs- - ueeu heretofore defending him, Afghan frontier disputes wou the applause of the good scsallasa clover, gallant, upright, I to believe him capable of the President Wright announces will not STONES. only be averted, but a more solid that the Louisvillo Exposition of SHOP. North West corner of Moscow ery charge. Such a case is people not only of Louisvillo but n man, md'tlio pre- -' SALE AND LIVERY STABLE open on Saturday, Au- and Troy Avenue. East Hickman, Ky , is hy Kentucky members, l),c l,uI wni,e if gnilty ho should and amiable adjustment of the TS33 will of the whole "State. That cuter TTAYIno ceived ft fine lot of Amer questions in dispute will bo reach-ed- . gust 15, and close on Saturday, 5a?5..1 isfactton guaranteed. as that April. Italian Marble, I am preprising paper, the Louisville Com- ing ho will exercise, n rnmmnnd- - Ue punished will any other thief. 1 i ican October 24. commiserate tho influeuce by reason of these good people & pared to fill jl orders Call and examin mercial, has been driving public qualifications; and Ilompton, of South ur woric. i receiv- wretch who could prostitute such KENTUCKY STREET, . Senator helms Attorney General Gray, of Delaattention to these dens and pala-- - ed more congratulations than any a calling. OrJenfrom the country promptly Carolina, is suffering from blood BOOTS AND SHOES. constantly or kaad for fair ware, who was elected to may4J6 KEEPS sale in a very critical cos of iniquity for some time, and .Kentucky member, because of Mr. Bayard in the United succeed poisoning and is Stnto HOUSES, BUGGIES aad HACKS. has beeu the hief cause of work-in- g his signal triumph overt Oscar Senate, is considered one of the condition. Having purchased the stable, horses Turner, who was considered bv Congressmen Willis aud up a inline .seutiment that Democrats and Republicans all and entire outfit of W. B. Plumraa r of Kentuckj, camo near most eloquent speakers in public many impregnable in the old we propose to continue the bwiaess, &aii life, and is a man of acknowledged unite in commending the Cabinet Kefps in stork the very enforcement of laws having a street light in Washing- character Bet Material, District. W. selected by President and keeps only the nest workmen. Work 25cts Lof r tlian the Lowest solicit patronage and ability. officers He is so long outraged. All hail to the ton City last Saturday, but were warm personal friomi 1 have n0 oLr en mi i tied. Repairing solicited expsnssa no store ren of Secretary Cleveland. good woWbf the Commercial. If it bo true that wagons, fur- separated by friends. Bayard, and nominated him for and pay CJ for all ray Groceries, and Attorney General George A. niture, &c., can bo therefore ca sell as cheap as the cheap President in tho by the est. Best brods of Wittenberp and Lon THE M. Jaies G. Blaine cjillcd on vict labor cheaper made bv con Peter Lyle, is a candidate for vention of 18S0. Democratic Con Gray has been nominated succeed ESTR4Y NOTICE. BARTER GROCERY- than by free Democratic legislators to Star Flour, 25eents cheaper ihaa the low President Cleveland, af the White labor, does it Wt rpAKEX UP, on the 10th dav ol Febm 8t. JOHN WITTING. to the Legislature from look like they Senator Bayard. II. MONTGOMERY, 6. arv, 18S-5-, Joff Storts, of Shannon Count v Iloas, Saturiley aud was cordially can work thepnblic "eitrays. "bv W. II MR. J. bis friends and tbe public that to no truth in the report Wade, on his farmasabout three mites east roads tless Graves county. There is has introduced a bill in the Legis! ie4w6Vere closeted cost thau free labor! received. fae has opened a new and fresh supply of has county, Whether latnre to compel circuses, to ex- that the Chinese Government Uni- of Jordan Station, in Fultonwith cropKy . all kinds of Family Grocebiks, which h together nearly an hour. fivo Slfep, tliree marked of! tho they aro workon Ihe roads or President Cleveland's first pro hibit all they advertise. If tlie asked tho4Jncdiatioiof right etr, and crop and underbit ofTof left T m,nkt ,J,?rouKh'rel Stallion. will sell as low as the lowest. He is reaof kissing tho not, the ted States with France. clamation is directed at the Okla-- J bill prsses and becomes a law (ke,?',acrkblifn),andtWoXo ldrafi dy at all times to exebanre Groceries at other of Kentucky homa Boomers who threaten to it The'Supre.mo Court'of Tennes- ear,A.the Cloye. two not marked Valued Horsea r ... It. cash prices for Rnlter, by maideMtoo seeu aud- the widow arc not going to C. will come a little rough on show, nt seven dollars. XJiven """."':'" bo content with . any kind of marketing that Iht farming a i.i- - as Territory. The men. And this would bo a gooil see decides that tho State and the under my" hand, this February lOlh, 1885. price for cash, ail on or nAA VI, invade the Indian mo mie "fc tseuorti " puts it, was supportiug thesecouvlcts in idle- - military will bo employed friends may bring ia. Ike highest mat IEE REED. to pre- - law in Kentucky, for circuses and Bank of Tennessee inust'pay. the A copy attest, not m'ulleiHsii. . ket pric alwaya paid. D. C. KUGEKT, J. P. F. C. Hick man Ky. I uess. . vcut the invasion. all other kind of shows. 0.27,1885-notes issued by tho latter. J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. r vs Feb. 27, 1SS0. -- TBS' HXCKtf.N CQUHEB. OURWASHlJNGTONI&TTER.fA '1 In cnlfitn! J !!!( a Consistent Legislator. - Tine NJrikerK UVi::. j i -- ;rou". 'j. Cards. .Sn, - j- 1 H )ZM ,""tt$tJAL!LA. "il r ""it-uumpeiP- iu kk r "A LT." Attorneys at Law. la-ov- er fe-i-r .f i f t j . ! R 1 (b-t- ry - 1 1 to-i-- de.-cno- ed i prof-'ionn- 't-n- i jT f - -- co-la- j Jte-pnblie- -. .. - 1 office-holder- s DL I d-- i - - e lf U. n. . ... , , S SS it'oSLl n j re-iure- st rnm-nter.m- .i il oiso-tloo- r 1 1 mot-nino-- t f-- U ' - i the-l3t- h - .- "rirf'n-tuck..vi- x.- re-inve- st firat-cla- ss 1 ir A I o 1 uii'li-vide- ; -- re-inve- st GROCERIES TfJ'SVE u liij-!ius- e ,"-"v!,'.n- - E. CASE, mil e office-hold- er t it 'J- 11 Groceries; F-- office-holder- " ijm . I ap-len- m . , of-th- c fow-ofru- wm I 14-- mm Mil, Family Groceries. DIESTELBRmK I be-cau- so us M :: pitia-dictio- Paris Parker, IJob-ertsb- n, E. GLAZIER. he Gi-bralt- iroccries. ss tax-paye- rs liiiriRislisALE! ?y ll-A .. - Ejtg,-ChiekM- . I J- - 't J Uf s ( x 11- - i v 3f 1