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BrJVBLOPES, SILL-HEAD- 3, J"" v GEORGE WARREN, Editor. ;jf i-- l a HAS IT NEVER BEEN KNOWN? IJaa it never been ' nown f PRICK OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. Ep.'ABLrSHEI)S59. KmTp,or ' HICKMAN. PO:(WNTY, KMKYAY, MARCH 27. Tlie OltleKt iis5rvT:a7jA.Tioics. 1885. r.f '.. ' sir. Mk 4' .'flajt "'-- &- ? Ifi' .4-1- 5 -- I' fr ft. how I have managed to lire. Ipjddlo CONTEMPT OF COURT. COLLAPSED. pencils round the saloons, and yonn 4&4SECTION HANDS. SOHOOL AND CHURCH. A COLD DAY. things that disa, a. Tvith him. whll AtnaJdem fair, w.th her flaxen hair. fellovrs often give nio ten eeVand ,n Insulting Jndgo and a So toss Inciti- Disappearance or the "gaming" andConrt--f MeDd and Eyes tenderand truo, as violets blu, tfeo llvith the mang lawyer. Martini ISugboar. S &'Who About 60.000 gallons of .wine list Had Ileaioa to reel DUoouragil anil thevagrce perfec; refuse to take a pencil, in w hichithcy Anda lover, who Is all her own? jority of mankinJ',By poshing dieting consumed at the sacrament tables in ar A Scottish Highlander has groat pride Mas it never been known? The collapse of a bugbear is an erent. arc sensible, As they are the poorest and Uroken Up. thai WtKeidcath of General Manager we ara slm-nl- y United States to tho verge of sHffli0lh every year. Chicagdn cheapest I could get in the town. Then n his clan, though the sentiment is not Few American children como to man'a The young tho Tlaa It never been known 'Hot cur.ng; we pretending" &iS'Till, of the Chicago, Milwaukee mo, and as man tookrolled seat besido they very often aik me to have n drink. A tale that Is told, with a ring of the train on he un impose on our-c- l ""X011 those who .Jjore springtime and kiss, with atrold? of I suppose I'm often asked to taie a is romantic as it used to be. There is or woman's estate without experiencing1 awlQtyPaal Railroad, and the dream President Seelye, of Amherst is ' 1)1188 a good story that when the Princess a thrill of pleasure at tho discovery that wound about twelve and a half yards of 4 conhdo in acienupe quoted as unnk a dozen time3 in a day. It sever Louise was a very humble class saying that every man whd like a bird that ft flown? betrothed to the Marquis of some terror to which they have been, W SidtemPoyes has been "tJK. bright Has It never been known? struck you, perhaps, but it has often writes for his college paper lowers his made tho "blue red and green and. yellow and American. Lome, on of the Duke of Argyll, a paying the homage of fear'for years b knit comforter from around his struck me as strange that a dozen'men scholarship. a pure creature of the imagination, inHas it never been known OLD JOri10MPSEY. s75 alr, Piri n white, as from realm of light; will ask you to have a drink and not one fisherman meeting a comrade, both be- vented for their express benefit. It mav attend to the general track neck. Then ho tork off his fur cap and Rev. T. D. Witherspoon, of Lonisi ivpw flushed, now palo, "neath a bridal veil, will ask you to have a square seal," ing of the Campbell clan, ??-railroad line. To show pulled off tho knit cap which was What the-- Boys liwr'VhHe the oon rille, Ky., has been elected President ci be the comparatively innocuous "sand, said: And the man no longer alone? sln though starvation looks out of youtvery Jlell ?" it is nitwl thnt Mr. hauled dov?u close over his eare. Then Davidson College. North CaroL'na, TLii Has it never been known? "Have you heard tho news, Saunav" man." whose worst fear is putting sand eyes. With the peueil racket a fdlow SlfiffPfln VOfirc t$TYa Alie rt?n lsvk ho tjok in their eyes to drive "them all too early rTdbo Graler is a Presbyterian institution. Nick and off his big wolen mittens and SWife never been trnnA n it ffOIltlA son is to known mfe-y5- f mavmakfitwn Rite nr norl,, Airt. XUV OJV """Galium core's section hnml tn rronornl to bed; or it may be the grim goblin of t. . j . nnA and the Meyer bo&i ra tanding oa total white public school chilth Qeen s daughter. Ty.v'. coronal r.Tii "and r worn, " lore's scepter cents a day, and this Is how he V:i on rraarO' of the most prosperous a pair of gloves, and then he drew, off the. street. an Inmdred names and ten times as JUiila "Dempsey dren cf Tenncsee is 420.997; colored,' "A proud woman theQueen must be!" Dome Tf ii..nnt .folf itt Ho buys a loaf of bread fori fire tit many shapes whose predicted coining to Vj U a queea an her throne? 'H" f country. One uay he one n;virthe land of tho blizzaTd..towoar&caniO algng. whont IftJosdoesnt 2S0,8ft2 an aggregate of 571,829; white apswered the loyal clansman. t P0nfa In tTin mrtmliif. nM am, l.ff L'lLr railroad office, and. even in Known? swallow or otherwise destroy 1"There was once a Scotchman named He then OP.into on- of those cheap "inrainp". teatners employed. o,41U; colored, 1,518; very!; .more than one pair, of arctics on thesoem-tfFbAJiJSlslftl g2Mr:t'T; ?gfcT.--- t Dvgi;rli. who was a judge in Florid rago and sent them cowering to the. rmx waTOoKCfls asrprecediDg-year- . White schools opencdjgktim xro ,iniu-iittlof tho and unbuttoned h5s buffalo overcoat running WfrlW Tul raso, and gcUir bowhoft chili con then aTorriMriy. ? cai use a shovel and pick." nurae'S army or some other hiding ..hw. io , Oindw u I .i.. ti.i..... 1 . . a. . . n . aya. joQicial mind, and less of legal learnu v. wraps he did not ro-- 1 ,. PR A MPS. He was given work with a gang of Ihorestof his carne. It is a Mexican dish", kind of a nans on ing, but ho waa very proud of his place. Whatever it is. soon or lato ita railr move, as he was going to get off jn " A.New York Judge recently gave a or meat stewed with red peppcrsind is a descent from tho gAders, and in 1858 ww made is discov two in the conrso df for forty-hv- o great Scottish chief- harnilossucss or miles. lesson in independence to a school- great stimulant atcpach. tain. ered and the disenthralled youngster forSmaa of tho gang. By sheer hard about h:s laco bogan to His countenance, Sow Stranded. Graduates Live Tho commonest to the weak isVsed "Give rac a pin, Somebody,"" nhis ixAer. "1 had .the pleasure of your when thaw out wore work he earned promotion after promokind of meat in On one occasion, a man named revels in a joyful sense of freedom tion, in turn becoming conductor, pay- an express'on of profound detection. acqu.T 4ance when we were equals," Without Money. pcred Tobo Graler. "I'll hitch th making it stuff that sells in tbjbutch-cr'- s Whitcman was put on which few experiences of after-lif- e par"Stranger," ho said, "do I look all piece of paper to his coat tail as ho said the lecher. "It is the same still," master, assistant superintendent, chief stall for about six cents apound. stealing. Mr. Wescott,trial for horse- allel or approach. broko up?" his counsel.' passes. Stop him Nick, and talk to replied the Judge: "a school-teachSketches from the Frontier "GIto ore A bowl of this Etuff costs ten cejts. In There are grown-ifbugbears, how- superintendent of a division, assistant holds as high a position as any man in I told him that he bore the appoar-anc- o him while I work the game." , Two Bits" Progress and Tovertjthe evening you can take anotter bowl moved that the prisoner be discharged, ever, before which the adult world trem- general manager, and then general because his name had been misspelled of a man whose entire system was "Hello, old man," said Nick when the country." x. T. Sun. s for supper. Daj-- when I maka little Horace Greeley's Motto-W- ant bles as unhappily as the child docs be- manager. This position was tendered more money 1 take some Irish Jtew in- Whitman in the indictment. Judge fore those invented for his repression. him in 1865. Ho was not a man of lib- one permeation of laminated fractures. ' Dempsov came up. "You must bo out havoThe Harvard Urhycrs.ty authorities of Capital. . concluded to Continue for the stead of tho chili con carne. lit costs Douglas overruled the motion, saying There have been two, in particular, eral or even a common school education, irom withers to hock. I always taTk of lurk this morning. I see the weather that the addition of a letter to a man's but onojof practical ideas, eound com- that way out West lou see I want people have hung out the cold wavo present tho practice of Latinizing the fifteen cents." name, or the omission of one, mado no which have long onjoved dominion; mon sense, and judgment He knew theso guileless children of tho "rowdy flag, but it's a cold day sure enough names of students in the annual cataBegyour pardon, sir, can you let "How about beds?" aud by a singular coincidence they have e difference. West' to understand that I am now when you can't work tho bartenders, logues, despile the effort made, to every round of the ladder, and for "Well, I've got a blanket, d there me have two bits? I want to get a both plain English. Banks, however, "For instance," said, he, illustrating same fallen from their high estate in the reason Kas an excellent managerthat residing in a land of supsrior- - culture,, eh?" are always empty box cars lyiig on the of week almost on the same day. night's lodging." the point, "if you were arraigned before where we "Don't pin that thing to me," re- still persist in requiring checks to be One of them was the awful bugbear men. 5b one was ever more admired our noses. look proud and talk through It was outside tho door of a brightly railroad track, into which I'cecp and this court, Mr. Wescott. for murder, do marked the old man, in a tremulous signed in English. Chicago Current. and respected by those under him. His sleep until morning. Thclast few lighted H j looked at me for a moment, and vo co, looking around and addrosing saloon on San Antonio nights, though, it has been sojold that you suppose, because your name might which had done duty for generations in is a remarkable case, but still it is only Six members of the Baptist Church then reached for his hip pocket As I Graler. "Don't play jokes on me this at Ashdon, Eng., adopted a novel planv Street that your correspondent was I couldn't go it, and that's thereason I happen to be spelled "in the indictment the British Parliament, tho awfnl one outbf many similar instances. of being "named" by the Speaker. Waiscoat. Waistcot, or Westcoot, inmorning, boy3. YekterJay I wouldn't for raising funds to renovate their Tho section hand belongs to the dropped under the soat and crept stopped by this abrupt salutation. The struck you "J my valise he drew out his tobacco-bo- x have cared. I wouldn't have minded stead of Wescott, that you would escape It was a remarkable illustration of the lowest stratum of railroad omployes, edifice. They each sowed half "The American laborer hasiot much moonlight effulgence of the- - numerous punishment? Xo, sir'; you should bo power which an unknown terror pos- and yet he is, to a great extent, a and I came to the front again, re- going through the streets for the a pint of bean", sowed the entire product sesses. Nobody within the recollection electric lights would have made a pin show here," queried the writerlnftor a mine, sir! you should be hung, sir!" marking the second year and again the third I was looking for mv col- - amusement of the crowd, but of any human being now living ever skilled liborer. Although his work is t lar but that on the sidewalk visible, and gave him pause. He is too close Wescott, not relishing the illustration, year. The third crop was sold and boys. I can't stand it" of a rouano nature, still he must have "No. to "Oh, you kin talk English, too?" ho ample time to take stock of the suppli- and Mexican chean labor oldTexico. replied that for all he knew. Whitman, was "named" bv the Speaker. Nobody the intelligence to meet anv emergency "Why. what's the matter, old man?'' yielded about S800. The mo3t successaffscts biia ever had the idea what the In "Matter enough to crush the last ful of the six secured the first year ninecant. A slightly built man of abont just as Chinese cheap labor afffCtedhim as charged in the indictment, might consequences slightest be of his path of duty, and bo able to said, in a tone of admiraMon. "I wisht would being overcome difficulties. have stolen the horse, but it was unfair This department 1 knowed more'n ono language. But hope even in the breast of an old teen pints, the second year nineteen thirty, dressed in un old and srlossv suit m California. 2s'o white man een work to very reason the lenimo to'l you. I don't look half as drunkard." make li'Aieman suffer for TifaVman's "named." But for this bushels, the third year thirty-on- e ican wages. and as theupply of black, that, to use the commonplace. fPr bare threat of a Speaker to "name" a of a railroad is one of tho offence. broke up as I feel 'r else you'd bs "Don't give up," responded Graler. quarters, which sold for 70, or $350. the condition of tho road had "seen better days." A face that of Mexican labor right at their doors "The right," he continued, "to change member has always been sufficient to depends upon the work done by the askeered to set by me. You know how We all have our hours of depression. AT. T. Examiner. is almost inexaustible, contractors nat reduce the most turbulent to subjection. spoke of culture and refinement, albeit urally give I see yon have fifty cents in your hand. Superintendent Bennett, of Piqua, it the preference; iSce tho the spelling of a name can not be main- The offoct not being defined, tho imagi- men in it, from the assistant engineer all killin' cold it was Saturday brutalized bv ,rtiffirish bristle nrt n. vast number of idle tained. For instance, your honor is I felt my frosted car tondorly and Go get a drink aud you'll feel better." O., has been investigating the extent to , r. of a division down to the humble cc men you see hang- very . . nation pictured tho throat as full of all uerea coarse iUV nodded. careful to spell your name The old roan looked at the money which tobacco is used by boys in the city in ing .For jTo give from the these workmen information concerning strong drink. The old black diagonal you round the "Well, I got on a froight train and and shook his head. "This goes for schools. He finds that in two grades of Yet if, according to your honor's the direst possibilities Assistant Engineer Alex. an idea how cheap Mexican labor decision, coat was buttoned up close to the chin, the spelling maybe changed, anathema maranatha to annihilation; T. Gest, of the Pennsylvania Railroad, rode up to ilubbleson's siding, fortv-thre- o flowers, boys." seventy-thre- e boys from twelve to fifteen the Mexican Central Railroad" found as though to hide the dirty linen be- is, actually s I believe mild that night, to see my girl. "I of tho population and no one, consequently, dared to was inUrviewed yesterday afternoon. "For flowers!" thoy all exclaimed. years, thirty-on- e habitually smoke cigait more profitable toTemploy of tho operation. But during th neath, aud a worn slouch hat formed Mexicans' by this Territory would swear that brave "Yos. Let me tell von," seating rettes, and only seven could say that "We have on this division about eight allowed to visit with her folks all that the thousand thantto use your past week a venturesome Irish nieinbe his headgear. It was in such a state of honor's name should be spelled "Last night, as they had never" smoked. Of ninety-si- x g hundred men who have immediate night and Sunday, an' come home on himself on a stairway. machinery in making the what will not an Irishman vonture? dilapidation as to recall the ballad of road-besupervision over the tracks," said he. the passenger Monday inornin1. She von boys know, I went home rather boys from ten to twelve there were south of ChihuahuaTwenty drove maddened Speaker into .Paddy McFadden. who was lives aix mild from the station, an' I late. I was drunk when I left you, but sixty-eig"Mr. Clerk," roared the angrv spottingtho tho venerable smokers, and in the primary "There are cents a day was big pay for thn, and out bugbear and but I couldfour divisions on the road, tramped out to the hojise in all that by the time 1 reached home, I was schools, boys from six to ten, forty per'"greasy and fat. they actually carried tlie dirt mlbaskets Scotchraan, every vein in his body actually naming tho member. For not say how many such And the hair of his head a finoked, and in the.A B C class on their heads to construct theTdumn. ewelling at tho affront offorcd to tho moment the House hold its are employed. In this division blizzard, and got there 'long 'bout strangely bober. My wife and little It Ftuci out through his hut breath with men are five supervisors, each of whom 'leven o'clock Saturday night An' I'll boy had gone to bed. The lamp wRs cent had begun the practice. ClevKrst-chimany Such was the ensemble of the man who ' Mexican miners Saly get honored name of Douglas, "entor a fine a feeling that chaos might possibly be there came West to the boundary of two re- - seventy-fiv- e cents a day andlordinary of fifty dollars against Mr. Wescott for coming. Then, as nothing happened, have under their charge from twelve to be teetally cow kicked by a bullrnsh if burning low, and when I entered the eland Leader. thero was a liven' soul to home! Old room, tho little fellow, who The young ladies of La Grangd hukuwo, iu uuui uiil nis nanmoineDass-" they began to inquire what "naming" fourteen subdivisions, and each sub- folks, 't seems, had gone away to Lin- besido his mother, looked up was lying iuav u jium uiu contempt of court! " """ K2.1.Z.L and said: (Ga.) Female College are one step in The Judge had certainly been as in- actually division is in the care of a foreman.who mg stranger and beg two bits for hisi fVifnolit.-t- j l :n!n Mm-- .is amounted to, only to find that liB3 " 'Want to stay with papa." sulting as was the lawyer, and was tho it simply involved a gang of track hands, varying in coln to stay over Sunday, my girl had night's lodging. Drowning men, who considered a liberal outfit. Snavin instisuspension- - from the went do vn to Grior's Island to stay a " 'John!' called my wife, 'take the advance of their sisters in similarcalled have been rescued, tell us that in the Xo, sir; the Southwest frontier is no first to offend. It seems a pity some- floor for a week. And the venerable number from seven to twelve. tutions. They have a little paper week, tho hired man had taken the only little man for a minu'e or two. He has tew moments that elapse between sur- place for a poor man, and tholRepnblic times that lawyers can not line" judges bugbear was dead past all hope of "A foreman, when picking a gang, the Irenian Caiket, which has heretofore cease of pain and absolute oblivion, of Mexico is still worse. Mexico is for contempt of the Iter. J'oKA'a Com' resurrection. takes tho best and most experienced hora' left on the place and gone down been asking about you all night,' and been prepared in manuscript form and to a dance on Beaseley's branch; eleven as I stooped over the bed to lift him my read their whole lives seem to pas, in review one of the best countries in the world panion. at weekly meetings. They have About tho ,amo time, on the other men. If I see ten men carrying a ... ., itn) Jl- lrT'before them, and as niv finp-ar-rail I get at the opinion mild away, an' there I was, left over wife put her arms around my neck and now decided, however, to introduce nrnrht tn l!r m"T nf inil -- " - the land of side of the ocean, in" '"in".1: BUGGY-RIDINthe that it is about time six of them were Sunday where I wouldn't know a soul. breathed rather than said: 'Oh, I am so printing into the college cnrriculum EASY.' MADE the coveted twenty-liv- e "Another curse to this nlacf &" con cents, so semnotl free, etc. to pas through my mind sad thoughts imuc& the frontier tramp. 'You're A ramlly Vehicle Thnt Dispenses with tho venerable (ee patriotic songs), another discharged. I have known four 6trong Went to Deacon Mumler's and told him glad yon have como home sober.' they bugbear yielded up the ghost who my father was, an' he kept me. "I took the little fellow and sat down and learn how to set type, so that print of the increase of misery and poverty ' Service and Annoynnee-- t of the Horse. miles from anywhere-- , may prepare their own paper and mean Like its British cousin it had held its men to walk right off with a rail thirty Deacon's stone blind and has the asth- by the tire. His feet were cold and I it with their own hands. J hey will from any large city. It is about that the wide world over. feet long. That is the work the green A Williamsport genius claims to lmvc place for Poverty, I think, is the greatot cos- - "'stancc from St Lonis, to Chicago, to invented a buggy that, like the boy's bway over generations, exercising chief hands are put nt until they get over ma so bad he can't talk; his wife's ho neld them near the blaze. For a mo- begin with a monthly issue, with the the who serve mopolito. I have seen it chased as a Sjm Francisco, or to the City offllex-.cawkwardness, learn fiow to bo deef she can't hear it thunder, they ment he gazed intently on my face and intention of soon making it semi whistle, goes iteolf that is, it doesn't their country on the tented field and their and quit crime from the stress of oun TMt You are at the extremely ymall'hub of a falling over each other's havo no children an' don't keep no then Ciosetl his ovei. Hisbreathinc monthly.(im spr$ occasionally in office at Washington. r m ucct help, an' don't cook anything Sundays. seemed to be difliculgaaijjllrrfjjj ttttt m OLaJi&Eh BrtWWjj'S'SM'lll it go. It is It was the bugbear ities in thcl'nited bUUcs: I havesMDi""hty big AVJ'?!. JiMW'M-jo- rr' ha mers. .shovels, and other tools. a following: llrd ful teachinir-ith- a w wwe. T ary, vi TP - jrv ' m -3 iCjgciiinstit? ifapstljjMatcii-OdxIiSSnlte. W"8b uneralsjrthe deacon-I can't get out. ' n. jrenuino urntnoni.Jears it,had been held .un I Am astcning containing matcheyiHay never would '.itf-.t.. xi&rrHxHG-cf'u-maainoftaiXftjidoyoZfr :tler ean propel It wim rwwHmwasapimji veilMi.r.y-)1j- jr Tud(Tfor thcHrorfcTfUyacurato knowl u.it-matS mnmmmmmmmar Tant to edge of the nature of the children to be or could ignite), as n oxeuse to ?o1vimfl!rth,a?wreaT&' BpraweatoJmyAWTTg'S side, ranant nr seven miles an hour. U he has a hours was aciunuy cuiiuu-ihi?"eyct stared at me, his and police iwrccnuon.n the London and Punier temperatures. 7 stay with men can pick up feminine partner, he can use one lever a acquaintance General switchoT require painstaking aud must feller 'd ben expectin' a turkey dinner, hands clutchel h's gown and he was trained; (3) a thorough- taught; (4) a I havo-secit picking up the garbage tLirrXPJthc time and cot some old and she the other. If the weather and the ca-- of Judge Advoi-.tfmcludeon bv a sincrin' 'Hold tho with the subjects to hia r by the time tho procreding3 be properly adjusted. Then besides aiwbO 'An ba wuuuu wiw kiaii-, V.U.U41 vluiaiu, uu- in, and the climate is seencrv are delightful, the riders can lie hwa.m and .ill nffernoon and hngliu' the purtie-- t dead. My God, what anguish seized knowledge of method, based upon j ro sl we have watchmen. Thero g'rl in all Nebrasky from sundown till me when I gazad upon his marble face. psvchologv on the one hand, and the s ningits brass badge on the Piazza d mvself, sir, who as deliberate as they please. They can were brought to a close the be liko servicebugbear bad ceased to Spaenaat Rome, and yet more recency , endid. but m a j- - .;.i . ,. this sort of duty at D.o I w word on his lips. . "" cnRVlT Drop stop to rest, ii uiey want mi, iiuucx a able. It will be trotted out again, per- are sixty men doing and Altoona, and ono o'clock in the mornin', and tell mo No, no,ith a don't play any jokes on logic of .sciences on the other; (5) skill " y." -- v big shade tree without being compelled T.f.X ilcworse, uvl";' .i CUIFUUVV . " tu ViUUI" UlUUMJlLf IUV l"C boys, nifht between here more right to fel br.ke sec of I ain't it is in actually organizing, governing and broken-dow- n 1 Olnliualma. Uut surely, I yjougni, . . .. a ,, . , ca1rtn- nn v p.a;f4 to pull at the bit of an impatient horse, haps, with its tattered garments patched quite a number by day, as at Horse-sho- e up than any man this side o' tho king- me to dayf Poor, miserable, teaching children. outlined in tins Southwest that drunkard with mind nnd body fdlows who or make themselves hoarse shouting and its hideous lineamentspower to in- and other special places. The watch- dom? Say. 'no' an' I'll slam von on top the Streefc . and ... ., ... head Witn tins ovrrsuoe;mi colors. But its , immigrants ought not to hge impovcr.shed but with sensibilities chairs hu?ginfr tho sove to 'whoa" to him. The new buggy won t ghastly'terror is gone forever. While it man goes along the track after every o the PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. I bar, men round the streets of There is in circulat;on scare and run away, wrecking itsolf spire vague and indefinable horror passenger train and examines every any-thididn't say "no." Jiurdctte, in strongly alive nnd taunting. am. There I J .. is was a there mg for alms. In fills' connection I no hope for suih a man as I wou't think- it must have and ruining tho feathers and finery of which might mean anything, the soldier bolt rail and switch. Ifto the nearest Brooklyn Ea'jlc If there is anything above ground . . . , fcftould remarK mat tlus appucauon lor . twong he reports it should not be. Boys, the money which more thoroughly permeated with bliss t old Greelev ite fair occupant. And there is no horse shrank from it with a tremor which no of the onlvTone of a dozen to "two bits" was you were so eager to help me wasto telegraph office to the foreman LIFE RULES. exclaimed: 'Go West, young man, go with eyes to see and give away any with a new gown, it is a of leaden battery or W El Paso is subjected which should have bought clothe3 for that lit- than a womau trilling improprieties that may be in- belching iron hail hadshower to produce. subdivision, who always lives along the West,' I shall be greatly mistaken." whistle. power and timo to notify A Groat De.il of Impractical Xonsonse tle angel. No. I do not reproach you. boy who has just learned to lhatihe only cure the aurightly, and "What do you think is the reason that dulged in. As to cheapness, the new rain that ho knows it means only half track, and. if he has not light or flag. cup of life is filled with punch. the Ijih of Health. The tVrlttnn About thorities ceiivlo have for the evil is to the West and" Southwest are getting as buggy doesn't eat doesn't have to bo Now I am It was my fault.Good-bye,- going now to got Youth furnishes the spirits, middle age anyone, ho displays a red bo Red always means danger and white, sa;d the old round up tho poor devils like cattle and bad as the old, worn out East?" "It some llower-i" A thoughtful wrriter observes: rubbed down four times a day, doesn't pay and no work he can no longer ofd age the acid. Ice drive them out of town with a force of all right really seems sometimes as if hygienic man, arising with difficulty, "You may the sugar, aud "Railroads, sir, railrotds. They bring want a new set of blankets every fall, afl'rightcd with it we eau X110 innsn ios mounted.oflicers. iiol iujjiui. I &ssrun innnole .ire all similarlv scioucc were all wrong, and as if late hear of my dying soon, but yon will not is furnished bv men who indorse notes. a poor men for the one man and a new harness and whip once miitehall Time. Ithought I would interview the man in a hundred In the old days when it year. In short, the cost of the buggy, for it does not affect us; but it really is watcnert-- a man going ahead of every I with capital. much hard work done under tho hear that died drank." was tolling "Let go my ear." yelled a passenwho wanted two bit for a bed, and so took a small fortune to cross the plains, which is about 'that of tho modern a pity that a good working bugbear liko j lram Whil-- the C.ty Hall bell good section hand has a hours, should be suddenly chance of being promoted 10 a can gaslight and the smallest amonat of the hour of noon tho Coroner, meeting ger on a West Side street car yesterday. the dropping half a dollar into his out- though all 'were not rich, every man bicvcle. is all tfco outlay required. stretched .palm I asked him to take a was comfortable. What the Southwest It is evident from this description and hopelessly dethronod. Tho worst boss or a foreman at a salary 01 irom fresh air were the way to be healthy, if Niik aud A! c Potter, Tobo Graler and "I bog vonr pardon." said the othet drink. Seated beside a warm stove and wants, sir, is less labor and more that the Williamsport invention fills a of it is we have nothing to replace it $50 to $60 a month. As these foremen not wealthy and wise. Who lives under the Meyer boy, stopped them and said: man, "I thought I had hold of the is true, under the influence of a "hot Scotch." capital." "i'vo just held an inquest o er the strap."- Chicago ITerald. long-fel- t want When the new buggy There" is the "reprimand, itservice in generallv live in the country, this is more unhealthy conditions than our legmy tramp became quite communicative which has often done good "Worth." savs a fashion item, "is good pay. mev c" Here an incursion on the part of a has become popularized everybody will leading counsel learned body of old John Dempsey. He was islators or the and required little urging on the part of freight "crew" on the Y. & P. brought ride, of course, and livery-stabl- e keepers the bugbear- line, and the efficiency of and a great many of them own their in tho law? But our statesmen are in a found in an alley near h.s house, sitting making his wraps in such a way thai 'the interviewer to unlimoer nis tongue. the interview to an abrupt close. El with their vexatious bills will go out of which is not wholly destroyed. Thero own boose and four or live acres of with hi3 back against a wall. He held that they give a slender effect to the recklessand law- a bunch of flowers in his hand." "I suppose you're going to commence Faso I Tex.) Cor. St. Louis fi'nire." Ths is well. They have long ground to raise vegetables. Then, an green old age at seventy-fiv- e fashion. Romeo and Juliet, as thev is fear, however, that in the with the usual cant about why don't I gfven a slender offoct to the pocket-booTraveler. each ness engendered by the discovery that intelligent foreman will bo advanced. yers are quite boyish at sixty; bo, too, take their daily drive in tho park, is l. go to work aud the rest of it, he combest railroad men of this aro actors aud actresses." Our conLouisville working a lever of the new vehicle, will 'naming a memuor 01 raniamcntand j menced. "To hear yon fellows talk 0,,,,' have started where they are." temporary then goes on to say: "Sani- WASHINGTON'S CHERRY TREE. new dollie at oui Just a Family Affair. in the art of not equivalent to a death warrant "We've got a be tiking practical lessons is rather a pleasant tary guides should tell the meaning of about industry and energy, one would Pittsburgh Dispatch. If that a said a wee lass to a stranget "Did you make that, papa?" inquired working in matrimonial harness. too picnic, some one may compel the "repor the Identical Tree Which house." a fellow liad to do was theso things." imagine that all A Piece, any should prove who happened to be passing. "A new And Washington Hacked with the Historical dollie? How nice!" replied the lady. "So far as we may presume to reto so right Into the firt store and ask Johnny Smithers." Life in an African Village. lazy to work her lever, Romeo would rimand" also .to show its colors. Hatchet. spond to this appeal' replies a physifor a job to get it. Well, you --just try "Ys. mv son.' renlied Mr. Smithnrs. understand at once that he had bettor the minute it does that it, too, is doomed. n "Is it a prettv dollie?" "O. no, itisn't The busiest time in an African village cian in the same journal, "we must be "Yes, sir, walk this ;way," said a pretty a bit;"but it's alive!" Golden it and you'll find that your industry is self.satisfa-ctioDetroit Free Frcss. aml paternal pride be looking for a new Juliet with a more laboring wains drawn allowed to point out, first, that there is is when the long not wanted and your energy is wasted ,nm;nn. ftvm, u:B Pnnntnflrinp pretty young lady to iFost reporter Bays. industrious turn of mind. The ordinary FOREST FIRES. by spans.of sixteen or twenty oxen are a fallacy in the inference that because on the desert air you made it all out of vonr own riders will ride for pleasure and go as "And Passenget Scene on a horse-ca- r: the village commonage, members of Congress, busy counsel. last night in the temperance fair room ontspanned on "But I'd imagine," broke in your cor- head, papa?" in search slow or as fast as their muscles and An stonIithtng Assertion of Losses by nml the crouio makes her three months' "Conductor, what are we being dewith some culactresses, live on street The reporter was , and, perhaps, actors and respondent, "that a man Torest l'Iros. "Yes. my son. surplus energy dictate, instead of feelpurchaseof tea, sugar, and the inevita- on in snite of tho adverse influences of of a piece of wood advertised as a por- layed for?" Conductor "Misplaced ture, education and address would The Lumber World makes the "Really and truly?" ing compelled, as now, to dri've liko Tlus latter beverage surroundings which aro held to be in- tion of George Washington's cherry switch, sir." Little boy in the rear sooner or later drop into something good assertion, that the loss to this ble coffee. "Johnny." interrupted Mrs. Smithers, Jehu in order to get their money's beverage par excellence ol jurious to health, therefore the sur- tree, and wheu it was pointed out to "Well ! that is what I told mother this and keep it, without much trouble, xou in an icy tone of voice, "you will often worth out of a hired horse or team. country through forest fires is now not is the Africa. Coffee veniente die, morning when she gave me such a can not be as South of teem to be that kind of a man." be surprised, as you grow older, to learn only drawback to this delightful less than $300,030,000 a year, simply coffee 'iecedente die is the rule. roundingsas their livessupposed to be. him several person were gazing in whaling." Passengers in chorus all The beinjr a. col- - , . manv curious inings can ue "Well. sir. if instead of they are injurious through the destruction of available timCliicago Journal The relic is abont smiling and satisfied. made picture of a possible era in which every, stores themselves in a small South One of the earliest exploits in the ap- - curious awe upon it. Jecre frraduatc I had been a graduate , 11UU1 iirvu body can take buggy rides to his heart's ber, without counting the additional The reinch square, cut-i- the form of The best State for an artist Colovillage, are not the least blackbrought to half an science of statistics as from a carpenter's bench or a And then Smithers felt a cold chill ran content is the fact that the inventor has loss from the annihilation of the young African Almost a diamond, and surrounded with a gold rado: for a doctor. Md.; for pigs, Penn. about markable smith's shop, l would not have been down his back as he remembered that only perfected one of these g growth and the bceds scattered on the everything feature wit of it can de- icarupon sanitary questions was the setting formed from thenrst two dol- for miners. Ore.; for dogs. Ky.; for a man that the The only he had not stopped at various stores on that, because begging from you Uurghardt poor marksman. Miss.; for Arabs, Ala.i and charges an admission fee surface, and the scorching of the ground, ' vise for the need of an agricultural pop- drawing of an inference who slept as lars which the Rev. man who has any solid guarantee against his way home, as directed, to get a spool buggies e the London night men, gen- ww;,..i in tha ottti- - He wears it as a for those unable to pay, O.; for a flood. cents to all who want to which often renders it sterile for a of twenty-livis a silk dress is there. There is the mechanic The of silk twist, a paper of needles, a box starvation y eration. This enormous sum, about ulation newly married wife, an Ameri- they might by day, and spent the hours watch-charsee it 'Philadelphia Times. Ark. The State one is apt to liko best land is overcrowded with colleges and of matches, a pound.of coffee, a paper equal to tho interest on the public debts for the lor the young and enterpris-inn- - of "darkness in emptying " I came into possession of this piece Mo. The worst State for health 111. universities of all kinds graduating of tacks, some sausage, a pound oi but-were able, as a class, to claim a very Mr. Burghardt A State worth more than nine States A Harvest of Switches. of all the civilized nations of the world can plow farmer, there is a Remington rifle low rate of mortality, their mode of life of wood in 1862,': saul worthless ter, ana one or two- other thing which young men who are absolutely combined, is, according to the report of "At that time I put together Tcnn. at-- - best "Would you like to know very much experts, annually thrown away forever for the sportsman, and a box of pepper- and the work in which they were en- to the Post reporter. and precious "little use he conld not just then call to mind. was Chaplain ot areuuy kilidern. The gaged could not be unhealthy. A good What's the reason you didn't the There are .so many Oil City Blizzard. anywhere. what I've got in this bag?" inquired a by the people of the United States, with- mints foeswain young ment stationed near Iredencksburg. speak to Jones when he passed us just can purchase a bright deal of excitt-mmt- , we remeniDer, was vouner .men who can do nothing , but tree, d , v e skater on Prospect Park out the smallest return in the way of amorouscloth to go upon his courting , . . . was that. I. heard of the litz-hu- now'" "He insulted me the'othet ciorK f that there are live nunurea ior A Mustache Changes White. produced by this delivery some forty Here it h vicinity, on the comfort or.satisfaction,but, on the'eon-trar- saddle was in lake. "What dd he say to you?'' expeditions and a German riug for his every one vacancy, and wages have j It was forgotten that which estate. that guarded night and day."called mo an old ass." "Called It was I rather curious." tbv Journal re- year, at the cost of many lives every inamorata. Tho village is astir from y'ears ago. known, generally, that "I'm It may not be sunk to starvation point In mining another point of view was vosi-bl- day by Federal troops in order to pre- "He old ass? How ridiculous! Why, simply through the carelessness of you you an none districts the business oi assayer usea io the hair, in many instances, is as liable porter admitted. "I've innoticed of boys and hunters, and of those more in- - one end to another, and the excitement and that in truth, entirely . cut to pieces by you arc not old! You are just iu your the wake generally Commissioner livo vent its bo ng could be a good one. Now every State inured the change back to its original color, skating around and once in a while you telligent persons who ought to know spreads eren to the Civil Amid all tho but to w& seekers, ana w iu You will not be an old ass for resident magistrate. is turning out things by the from gray, or vice versa. A case to the a pretty girl, under such conditions! So it is with souvenir it I had to get permission from prime! fifteen vearsyet N. Y. Indepen overthese ul'5L "JL jr.Sfi of t u.. -- i pick something from the ice and place ; enough to keep asharp watch to ten or - hundred that pass as mining engineers members of Congress, busy counsel, Ladquarters. This I succeeded in do- dent. Next destructive animals. human o is that of Judge Sage, of the , ,. . :i - political matters ui ;,-and assayers, and their pay is lass than United States Court, on the occasion of H, 111 lll.iu "lji. and actors and actresses. Tho weakly ing and visited the tree. I found it ' i.: who lost a case in the law "Well, if ou dont repeat what I say, fcivil Commissioner is conferring check A auy oidinary good miner can earn. his daughter's death at Lebanon. He , in iorcsc conn- - . . and sensitive retire or die, or have tho was mostly dead, though apparently of courts suitor the ignorance, as he as4k.f W..M1AM :. in for you motives uo most .MJU. .1 "4.1. through This holds true of professions generally, was called up home from Cincinnati I'll tell you. I might as well, suppose. tries, and the Lumber World inquires, J J"7J wu" V" wit not to enter into a way of life which considerable age, it was surrounueu serts, of his solicitor, always alludes to .. would find ont for yourself, I ' "B ,?u"je At 11 r(rrnwn with mnss all of which are full to overflowing. late at night, after the trains had all nhvinnslv prove unsuitable. wan, u"-- 0 he speaks of "Well, to commence with, times are seriously whether tho owners of such lo- - water "furrow," or about the misde- - must ; to with a stone the same appearance as the latter individual when Asked to exn f:,. ci,vi,i Abont two years ago I had a good situa- left, and had to take the long drive UK, bearing t3..Sl4lt UUW k WlUl'lMibUl u meanors of tho native servants, or the same time, we are quite prepared make l UUJW. nnd him as "Old Necessity." to (thirty miles) in a buggy. The anxiety hard. I am out of a job and mnst his tion in a store in Tucson, but owing girls tho public inte'rest, to furnish them with oftener still about a buck and a guinea meet our contemporary half way inwith thn tnmb of xfnrv Washington, which plain this appellation, he answered. dull times I got let ont. I hadn't much and the strain, mental and. physical, a living. I've noticed that pretty plain I pro "Well, I call him Necessity, you see. during the dry season. argument, though the inference than is located at Fredericksburg. Magamoney, but I started for Silver City, were great. When he reached home in generally wear nicer hair which he opens tho debate is obviously cured a Sm3ll Cilip irom .,mi;u a. -. The idea that railway companies are re- fowl expedition. Macmillian's beskatp, but because, as you perhaps may nave but found nothing. I tried Doming the morning his attention was called to ones. Pretty girls like to reason why sponsible for. the value of timber de- zine. faulty. We think a great deal of unis no beard, Necessity knows no law. with the same result, and then Lake the fact that his mustache had become cause a girl's pretty by fires set from their locomopractical nonsonso is talked and written SiNotwUnstending the fact that tradiHow China Got Its Name. Tribune. she should be exempt from collisions or stroyed Valley. My money had given out and almost white. In the course of a few on the conditions of health, and we aro tion says Washington cut tho tree make her sit tives undoubtedly has some effect in preA Chicago paper tells abont a young regimen down, while Mb- - Burghardt's tree was was triad of anv iob. I tried to tret on days, however, it resumed its original other little accidents which doesn't want venting legislative interference with Upwards of 1,100 years before Christ quite sensible of tho fact that drowned in kid shoes. down on the ice when she as surface laborer at the Sierra Grande shade. Exchange. their management; but it is so difficidt the Chinese were a peoplo ruled by a and dieting may be carried too far. still erect when be secured his relic, he lady who was that Chicago girls shoes ' mines, but there were hundreds of t of a forest fire with dynasty of kings, of whom, like tho Practitioners and those who set implicitly that he has a piece We surest g with vu.."What's thatgot to do with the bag?" to fix the kindling A singular coincidence happened at strong, able laborers who,-- of course, certainty upon locomotive sparks, to say Pharaohs of old, there is no clear history, un as apostles of sanitary seience of the cherry tree on t.,u.Ai. tho Father should "be supplied let out any water would "Everything. When a girl falls she's nothing ofthe obstacles in the way or and not until the "Chow" dynasty, B. C. are too prone to measure other people's valves, which cut me out. Men who employ laborers Ingraham's casesliop, Bristol, onFriday t l,!a Country exercised his little which would otherwise accumulate false hair. H For examalways select tho strongest men they last. Frank Miller slipped while sliding liable to lose, some of her to notice tho collecting large debts from ncwly-estab- He is. however. unable to llSi is there any clear history of the corn by their own bushel. may himself It is sad to think of tho agirls can get. a fact that the fellows who, a box on'tho floor and fell, strikin" his she does, she's too excited the switch. lished railway corporations, that tho main Chinese state. The Chinese take ple, a physician or surgeon reason for this faith that is in therein. give want of simHorace Greeley's cry chin on the edge" of the box, making a fact or ashamed to pick up e in the local- - lives being sacrificed for easier him. anv repeat parrot-likway would be to provide as far as their history back to the time of Noah, navo been a too freo liver it is except that the pcopl City Derglide along, pick up the hair, and ram safer appliance liko this.-- 0tJ he may Go WesG young man, go West,' seem bad cutt Soon his brother, Joseph I same be :ct ana ple in There's always a mar- possible against raising the question of This very ancient empire has borneens- - to preach than to practiceand in the ifcy named pos rick. to entirely ignore. From Lake Valley Miller, 'was struck by a piece oi joist it into the bag. responsibility by compelling the use of its time many names, for it was the have become a vegetarian just many yeaw ag" point?" i Repented at eae: to, here 1 beat ray way over the Santa flying from a circular saw and was quite ket for good hair. Sco the never deAgainst animated in- - torn when'a new dynasty ascended the nick of time or with great advantage to preserve the tree. H?w,',0to, FoiL "Yes", I sec; but are you The elegant titled Sir Thomas Haat Ton Fc line, and I have now been in El Paso severely injured in the arm aad side, bo tol- - throne to give another name to the hk hn.ilih: but this is certainly no rea r cendiaries a forest patrol might Tc in lo ve with the only fair danghtor tected?" In less than two hours Lewi3 Uiller, abont three weeks." erably effective, but it would bo still empire. Chum que. Han-quson why ho should spend the remainder Of an oleomargartno "Very seldom. I only wors at nignt. t .. Al O flftnuil A W A WTA A Tho life of quadrupeds generally 1. n a1a Howjhave you managed to live?" another brother, cat off the end' of his uuuuo n( tan i nflVpr mote UiUiiu IV W.AV n lit aumc naj lui rulfngiaoaarcl HJ lue uamu VI 1111 of his days in trying to persuada othors reaches its extreme limit when the from the it s wondcrnil now nuie a man thumb in the joiner. Hartffod 'Times The true name is said that vegetarianism is good or necessary aro worn down. Those of going 5 can live oa when he's forced to it! Look woodland. Trees by themselves are not to be Chum-qu- o "the center kingdom of for them also. Again, a madical man molar teeth about fifteen years, of tne J. with her. s A bee man says there is a vast dif- best young "at these fellows' up in the Arctic, how casny kindled, and the mischief is nsu- - the world."This term was by usage cor- - may hav a miserably weak digestive the sheep last tho horso forty, and of He mast mtle when addressed as ".Vylard , of A. X. Journal. collision; I ra off. ference between the scolding hum and a . they got along on their sealskin pants h Ue i;?mtiou of dry rupted to d from this word faculty, and need to avoid certain ox twenty, oae huadred. Many in- When a daughter came, even, the Jo).e dMH c ' ""' tike, not the elephant before they took to cannibal- the happy hum of a bee, and one! who s j for months mirrors over tho man- loaves, ferns or bushe?, which burn long the Portuguese gave it the name of dishes v hich other folk can diew soon they have Buthcy'niarUea Mrcar-ln- on Ber collar: ism. I dod't suppose that "I ever suf- versed in bee language can tell whether last to kindle China. 'China proper consists of eigh only with impnnlty, bnt with benefit; ferior species infltlas herbs penah aa .t.ti in style, with the addilion enough to char, and at aaove mem--Uarser's Bazar. fered ., ivdly as these men did. but I the bee means to sting or net Italian tel are again teea pravinces, containing 250,000,000 but that is no reason why ho should go i..i a tbey hav wercd. ths braucnes or me trees frames. d of bronze or IntAnVrjiQr tho soon aqpr-$90KsJ- k baWknotfu what it is to bo without bees sting less than other breeds lUustralcd Mayatitte. aWi ak'jaHc and Anurican ArthtLect. 27. T. Mail Journal. food ior two days. But I'll tell you JJ VOLXOl taFe. ourpr"wj. 2TO., STO, OATtXj JVX11 SS1X) T7S. kp sf -- I publioa-tte-orhishisto- ry, ift t? & .. uu'ui C i - - e iil"&bne f'KSl'j i -- nrn-tlfR- - .n .The e - , heai iim.Vn,! ,ti. ffii -1 m non-oxisten- ce i ... J .f--fi- er p - sub-stitu- all-nig- ht bug-bje- ar to-nig- 03-hl- nd t to-da- y, mostim-portantjf- or -- ... .. spike-drive- street-corner- s. nine-tenth- -- labor-savin- d ht ss f "v s 1J" - m m G -- men-at-ar- o. s -- lwrfeaioonw n mu lu T v ffZotZ j . x '""eJcsecL iW fonrt-marti- ai n ciSSfd5gyforint tberalvpaijeSflJaK3S i V. a k oueis.';iLrrif. a r- - ill z..naaM J ..J) t ",WMt 'ant - e e A lort' tinip-hon-or- ed ? -- Hfor .i.,l v, j track-hand- half-form- ed rr-a n , . - g-)- t as. j , 1 nf the-visit- . ( court-marti- al m - - ii...., Ulobe-Bemo-cr- al. k. xr,.fthn CoMrier-Jounfa- court-marti- al would-be-Juli- et I aston-ishin- g ; -- self-actin- . to-nig- P-i- to-da- cess-pool- s, 1 I r - la- bald-heade- y, e, Unf-vcrsi-ty , i i- "0'"3-wilcIur,"1iV- ' 1: i.,.i VT .,r -- - u, ,;. .- - , spark-arrestei- '3 .- CA-ca- go I them-Kfllv- os ihy - self-actin- 4 uf.w e, spark-arrester- 3. -- t, I .. MdaLwrWf? Old-fashion- .. -- e, A. m 1 v "V? T a. M . 4 nafer.vm J15 Chin-que.an- o gaylv-paintc- '.- : ! ' A i i .V 7 Thl&iclnnaii Courier. OMOEGE TTAJtBEX, Publisher. with ttat-deVre- o nromisnS HICKMAN. WE WERE : : KENTUCKY CHILDREN ONCE. - i We were children when we thought i That thohtinv, ens yvrrvnas. .tna mat an ouv isomers taufrm - Would he in ado clear; j, f'K'hen wo questioned everywhere, Dreadinjr not ft lull reply, When the w orld was just as fair And as distant as tlio sky. . When the lnurycls, that v. e dreainod waking looks. Waited for-ou-r When our fairs; fables seemed Truer thnn our krson Looks. When for all who well had etrit on Sweet the ready garlands trrcw, And when slecnimr, unforvlvon. Was what nobody could do. We ,, , - "Captain." said a grocory keeper, adportant subject. pentlonran, "do PiKB'eTooTHACirEDnors curelnlmlnutc,2Sc. dressing a n Gtem'iSuIpTiur Soap heal nnd beautlfle. Jc The water with which the tea has to you remember that sack of flour you or- GERiLLN Cons UriiorZK kills Conwi Bunions. be made ought alwavs to be'iiit freshly Mrs. Annie Rathburne, ol Erie. dered some time ago?" boiled: If, as I have seen done in some Pa., Tvritas : Job was a patient man, lor when he was "Oh, yes, I remember it" . kitchens, the kettle is allowed to remain boiled to death he never murmured. PtttS' "Tho least exertion caused rae painful boiling for half an hour before it is refatigu. I was tormented with dyspepsia T suppose so. but I don't rcmomber burgh Democrat. My blood seemed nnd irregularities. quired, tho full, rich flavor of the tea that you overpaid for it" Pimples nnd were all with Eoro Eyes, use Ir afflicted Eye Water. Druggists Dr. Isaao poisoned.body. I doctoredsores years but WU never be.obtaincd. If the water is over my "ily dear sir, I am not responsible for Thompson's for sell it 25c found myself irrowin? worse until iXi tried a small pinch of soda should "very hard, When all weariness of life your bad memory. 1 have remembered dr. (iuisorrs ltLtow dock Im, Was but waiting for a bli&s, !bo put intd the tea-ptea. with Morro for crazy-qui- lt manufacturers: my part of it. Memory is a peculiar SlRSAlUniXU. From this start I ad The people wlio would have been The tea must on no account be the .When nil bitterness, and strlfo JTeio "Blessed are the peacemakers." proved nnd now I do not fool lite the brewed faculty, and is susceptible of great cul- Orleans Jtm. gpcoukthe finished witlfa kiss: willing to hang me offered to genersame woman. Jt has made me strong C the water boils, or theresult will SfWhen all spoken wordswero meant, tivation. Some of the Grecians could , and welt" night that I was ously support my .paper if I m omd re- before unsatisfactory as havirgsJiailed "I dreametfcit When no promises could break, be as repeat volumes of poetry. Well, good When all storms wero only sent dead. I thoum. that I lay down in main, bat the town was distasteful to too long? yfmorning." Travtler. For the pretty rainbow's sake. ki J JJ"? quiet rest,- likeVred man who goo3 to me. I am now engaged in farming, A physician writes: . t . "Cnloss tho kettle boiling b, bed." "With suicidal indifference many disreand am reasonably jcontontod, but I Over all tho lovely scene spoils tboua." , .rilling tho Roller skates were introduced into a gard tho laws of health. 3 he j cat think-thNecessary darkness flowed; you should sleop shudder every time I see an old man Before making the tea, pourahout half food, they expese thcrrvilvos to Now the j ears that intervene play in tho Tort Su Martin Theater, hcrifajone." Traveler. a pint of scalding hot water'.into tho with white hair. Arkanato thoy excessivesudden climatic chang-csHide that.onco familiar road, Paris, as long ago as 1819, and in he replied. '"The presence of ly strain tho nerves, thoy piveno heed to iYes," . V.'e remember .all the war or i teapot, and let it stand for a Meyerbeer's opera, "Le Prophet," first a daily ovacuatiou of tho bowels, they ro- Oh, It was so lair, so dear! any, one wouldturb my moJitations. DINING. ii nfiaoughly two, until tho tea-ppross a natural acsire to urtnaie, tnoy It caif produced in Paris in 1829, the pcasantB TO THE rtJUMCj From perianal expert Jfc" Whero we led wo It lednotBay, I have an implon that'l will die sud- Hint Which Will finable Most Men to heated throurrh: then empty it out and lmluleo inhurtrnl drinks, etc. Ere Ion? know But not here. in one of tho scenes skated on rollers. ecee,u well as from obtcmtloa of Iti marked farmer. their hoalth complotoly la.is. A stnto or denly.5 An attendant would do no that fcay immediately put in the tea. Pat on the rrairic The skates of that period were very we cheerfully recotamenl come nnStr oarnoUee, impuro biood, nervous depression, Appear Well at Dinner. For tho labor wins no crown. Onion sauce is made bv boiling thrco good, and would rob tho first few hours nu urinary disorders partial panuy? And tho btronff hope dies In pain, it remain a miuuu. i mv Perhaps the dinnor table is, of all toa anu leiquite hot, then pour in tho or four white onions u til they are clumsy as compared with thoso now in d sleep of that deep of my 6K etc follows. As a euro 1 cordlall And tho twilijrbt settles down. gets use. The pivot principle had not at recommend Dr. Cuvsott's Yellow And love comforts us In vain. solitude which I desire shall surround places, the one where a man can least boiling water. Set the tea-pon the tender, then mince them . ne. Boil half that time been adopted, and tho skaters Wo have watered lifeless plants, Dock and sarsaparllla, whictyln me. afford to ignore social observances, and stove, where it will keep hot but on no a pint of milk, add butter half the size and dancers found it difficult to either RED STAR COUGH CURE connection with taroiul dictinpr anddu Falsehood Alls tho common air, Every footstep disenchants, attention to correct bodily habits with As I was walking down, the road to- here the still, put itun-d- of an egg, salt and pepper to taste. stop themselves or turn without slackd account boil; or, better man and the regular hours of 6lcep, etc., wdlurely teTheralp parting everywhere. where Xboarded on long ward --XSAa cosy for five or ten minutes, when Stir the lemon into it aud a tablospoon-fu- l ening their speed. restore health. I consider It tKo best In France and W ,r doors -- - ull of night; man are most' Strongly contrasted. An a little of flour rubbed smooth in time arid short rations, J. met Squire tonic, 'blood pur.Cer and streiigtbener Forest aro;i it will be 'ready for use, Brusels largo rinks were opened with Eold by drutrsists. It acts soothingly and invitation to ,din& should bo promptly . fcEnte and thc.'path'shalVwlnd Duval.tfK when Vhad A ypry safe rule as to the (jaantity of cold milk. Let it come to a boil, then considerable success over fifty years mildly, and never loaves any unpleasant As a string of render light. Safo and Reliable serve. Toledo Blade. "Well, Buck," I stopped replied toj whoKbr you aocept or de- tea required is the after otlects. Many bavo been astonished As a living wreath untwined. ago. V. 7". Bun. at its marvelous cures, after ail other jVnture waste? no drop of daw, and shaken hands with him, " how is cline. IrilfSftllftie'ntto say: A correspondent of Our Country . one teasioonful for each persoa and one m remedies had failed." tho dylnj root It flows: ''Pastyou did ou never know has the pleasure to accept over for tho tea-p"Mr. the curious scribe getting along?" Home is in favor of abolishing tho I f SWhat Even hardened criminals have their j FAMILY MiDlGiN "Almost cheerful in the thought that Mr. and Mrs. 's kind invitation to " by some fences. He says: "What disfigures a Till thcra sprang a sudden joso. Tho plan which is adopted roper pride. A story" is told in a ." he is soon to leave us," I replied. dinner on the persons of letting the toa boil tor a min- farm more? What really does it more ? rench newspaperof one who,, on standEverv brauch breaks out In song ARNABEE'S SONGS', If the invitation be declined some ute before using it does not take my damage? It is impossible to keep the ing up for sentence, was thus addressed: Comblnlss the power to relieve "Strange old man, mghty queer, but (All thnt birds say must be true), aad enrs proaptlf, that his m nd'a altogether good reason should be stated: Right grows In the .heart of wrong I don't-thinfancy. It at once turns almost black fields clear of wild carrot, wlta the rare quality of betas entirely trwt from "Prisoner, you. have already been conr. Yours thfttatk to'let it through! "Mr. regrets that owing to a and bitter, and thiH becomesjanything tansy, out o' whack? Him an' me agrees putthistles and a host opiates, po!on and narcoaca. aa cUaonitrated by the . .Every gathered leaf decavs: ty well Here o' late, fur I've mighty provious engagement he can not have but tho refreshing, fragrant (beverage of. othor noxious weeds, when fences, victed no fewer than fourteen times " asaljtet of reooznlzed atdleal authorities, it tsay " Watt for one immortal wreathl AH EVEHIHGWITH BARNABEE. "Speak up, sir," interposed the prisajUyittrmda g What Is love w ith Ufo that plavs nigh made a spiritualist outen him". the pleasure of accepting Mr. and Mrs. which it ought to be. especially, occupy eight to oner, "there are some friends of mine the To the lovo that lives In death? at he Banr tbonaaaia of delighted bearer iriohlv s kind invitation for the 'Tuther day when he 'peered tor ." fifteen feet of what would otherwise be t turns is left after the meal is fintp :nt Uvenlnc'i with Jlarnntiee" will H any more than pieaieOto see hU famous faonzt cathertd dead sot on suicide, I said to hini, says Having accepted an invitat'on, be ished do tea let it be tbrowiftaway as valuable tillage land. The successful the back of the hall." He was anxious Twilight grows so sweet and clear. not that this public testimony to hi charac!nthtboolc.wh!cal on of the bett eomtc collecWe can tell that morn is nigh; I: 'Wither?, don't doit. If you do punctual. On arriving pay vour re- useless. Pour it out into a jug (a pitcher? farmer is he who turns every foot of ter fchould not pass unnoticed. tion extant. 2iSouc; ih pai;e, ulitHit muileiUa. And our dead have como as near your grade will be low. Live on, even spects to the hostess nrst of 'all. Do tilled by It owrd il. Dow. Price, 11.23. As our childhoods happy sky. Eds. to get cold; then add a few ground which he owns to good purpose. We conenr In the oScU! optetoaof the Coamlselon-ero-f Did tho darknes5,onI v seem' if you do suffer, an' your grade, will be not offer your. hand. If sto. caies4to drobs of lemoniuice. and it wifl be found splendid fruit cake, tike To make Ilealthof Baltimore, that "It happily apfUoti rVIerry-Makin- g J Was It all our own false will? Seven Wise Men Unfiled. Melodies. erect vou in that way sh& will make aTinot refreshing drink. nign.' " ' Wai our life a little dream? three pounds of sugar; three pounds of Tho N. Y. Horning Journal says that the objectionable and not anfreqneauy haroLtal featWhon you leave-doThe next morning as I was going to such au advance. A Voeal Visitor to Cheer the Children. Bvad Father, are wo children still? ures cf mixture." N3vabouT coffee. Some peoplo pur butter; a little over three pounds of lira. F. G. Kellogg, CO E. Stfth TTiil rnle. who understands the children's tante. tz& 31. B. Sinedlry, in Good TTbrdj. 8t, was par- BXLTIUOICE, ltd., Feb, 9, 1882. t take leave of the whole company the office I overtook tho Squire near for them 2i attractlre Nurcry and other eggs; six pounds of raw, auu nau mem flour; twenty-fou- r ' chase tue KroTldes ith AccamnaTitmFntR : .. for llnru cir Oron. the place where I had met lrui the day individual!-- . It is enough to bid your roasted at oerries but this is sot easily currants; two pounds of raisins, tially paralyzed, and lay for seven days In 'home; caeetjnmic aize. WkU adorned with fictnxae. " Brieve I'll go with you," said hostess and tier family atLeu. If there done in an ordinary household, as a chopped fine; one pound of citron; one convulsions. Physicians woi e engaged and before. mc 5 cenli. CUEIOUS SCRIBE. THE B. H. HcLANE, he, "au' haveew moment's 'chat with is a lady with yon she does not enter proper apparatus is required. It is pound of sweet almonds, blanched and discharged until seven had failed to help nev Prneti rlUnerSi The Khooland brilliant Son. Governor of Marylartn. rrCSll sons Book for dar or cure her. Sho was unable to leave her drawing-rooon your arm, but a much the old feller.1'! . the ina ionncer belioiara. oy r.soiA troublesome, and far more cut thin; one pound of lemon peel; one bed, and wan as helpless as a child. less, of h Turns ar.d tnsea. not babr: but After Why IDread tho Sight of an Old There was no lock on the office door, litde in advance of you. .Waiters only satisfactory to buv the berries ready pound of orange peer; quarter ounce of CHABLES B. B.0BEBTS, plrtorw. 25 cents, S2.K5 per doz. using all sorts of salves, ointments, lotions '1ST and lifting uiTlatcli we entered. Great wear gloves to diuner parties. Tou will roasted from a first-rat- e Man with White Hair. dciler one mace; quarter ounce of nutmeg; a cup and plasters, her case was givon up as Gems for Little Singers. God! The old man's bod lay on the not choose the lady to take in to dinnor who can be depended upon. (The of fruit syrup. It will take four hours hopeless. Sho was induced to try F. a LATB0BE, floor. .His 3fieat1,)tvith the face turned that is yourtiostess' privilege. Sit eloso St Tor Primary Behoolt and the Kindergarten. By oven. Frost with Jacobs Oil as a last chance. She began to always be groundjat home, t chapter i. A grvat anccccs. Tnu Mayor of Baltimore. Jf . I E.l7.tnenonandO. Svaine. illustrations. SOceatt, i toward us, la' "on thejimpjyin stone. to the table when you get there and don't because it soon loses its delioiops aroma to bake in a moderate I. cf iweet tons with picture almond icing. Household. Improve from the time the first application tatOperdoz. Isl will not bore you with a lone story. A bloody an$ awful scene! On the use your napkin as a bib. Don't play if kept powdered. The requisite quan A P. GORMAN, was made, and by iu continued use, sho the table implements. I never, told a Jon story. Kb one can stone, nearthe'head8lay a sheet of pa- Wtth" from the. side of the spoou. Take tity of hemes should be putnnto the WEEDS. United States Senator. GOOD CANTATAS for Choral SockUea. has completely recovertd. Keep oven are Herbert and EU.i. (75 eenij) by Ecgexs say that Eli Back has ever told per covered with the old man's peculiar soup and 'allowed to get hot Bat on no The Curse that Tollow Oar TnaTrE.ttthriulne story of UlchUnd life; exthe handles of your HABRISOH AI1BS0N, ftretched-ou- t " Now that Is what 1 call true (si . brand tarred cNnuta. by Kurrv anecdotes to a gaping writing. Almost breathlessly, I road actly in the palms ofknife and fork The account burnt; then they should be Itucc. your hands. these words! BEEOKitandlleroe. of7J,(SJi. bseccifrod tha said Tom, pointing toward a little Postmaster, Baltimore. ground while hot, immediately before company, ilodest? IVell, I'm not exRevolution, Ly Tsowbbhoe and coca. Thorc are some tilings which should dog in the act of putting a big dog to flight. my head up fork is used to convey all 'food to the "You will be surprised to MaHed for Retail IMce. body on the and You actly bashful, but I haven't that self-pu- herehow mypossible for a floor to cut do not mouth that does not require a spoon. using:. The berries must notSe ground be done as well as others. We have Golden Days. THOXAS S. WTLETKSON, OX.TVEH BITSOX i: CO.. llotton. off his it is ste umti ,too fine, or the coffee is apt tolxs rather City Commissioner. ' to which many a man ovt es his head nnd place it wnere he ohoosoe mm then The knife is only used iu this way by thick instead of perfectly clear. It costly agricultural colleges and experiC K. DITSOX CO, 87 Broadway, Sew Tork. flow Women DUTor from 3fen. on the d people. If, however, "you prominence. I was educated for a law- throw his body yourselt.floor. It is feingulttr, the At least Quaker Testimony, JAMES B. H0P.1TEB, needless to say that the ment stations which are devoted, or are bound three men on the average jury How would you no but you see for to disagree the seepis almost yer. In fact, I practiced the devilish about such a performance? Ten to one you happen to get in such a party, use ad- von? best coffee should always be used, claim to be, to tho encourgement and show that they've got with the rest just to City Comptroller. ilrs. A. IT. Dauphin, a Quaker lady, of minds of their own; would fail." instrument as the rest do. He who profession for a short time. I say dev- of, any Phfladelph:, has done a great deal to Xo doubt but there Is no disagreement aiaong the protection of agriculture. vised u$ "to do in Borne as the Romans because every housekeeper,full well EDTOr H. "WSBSTSB, CHATTER Til. , women as to the merits of Dr. Pierce's knows mako known to ladies there the great value that these are of some service to farmers, ilish because, during my short and, as Collector of tba Port. "Favorite Prescription." They are all 1 seen such do" was a true gentleman. It is better the "best of everything always proves Never before since of Mrs. Finkhatn's Vegetable Compound, however little the usefulness of the servBret Harte would say, unhallowed ca- excitement in or town. havewas useless to eat aspai-aguwith a fork, and never unanimous in pronouncing it the best a It In ice may be. It might be expected that remedy as a cure for their troubles and d senses. the cheapeit and most economical all Utose chronic J.H.SEELHAN, in the world for reer as a lawyer, I was fined for con- to deny that the note had been written gnaw green corn from the cob Cut it the long run, if used with judicious care. She writes as follows: " A young lady of of the scientitic work of diseases, weaknesses and complaints peIT S. Internal Revenue. the results Collector tempt of court and was mercilessly by the curious scribe, but the old man oft with a knife and eat it v, ith a fork. Coffee is best when made in a tin these institutions should at least bo conthis city while bathing some years ago was culiar to their sex. It transforms the pale, touched with the fingers, thumped by a witness who insisted that could not have entirely severed his own Cheese is nevera fork on a bit of bread. cafetiere. Put the ground coffee-upothrown violently against the life line and E1ET B. H0LT0N, and as "science is truth" these haggard, dispirited woman, into one of sistent my pointless questions had led him un beadjfrom liis lK4j an(' even could he but eaten with the Injuries received resulted in an ovarian bottom of theuppetom-partmehtrp- ut JggjjgjiftCongreas., vt Bread should be broken. Cidtivatad tho perforated the strainer on it aniponr results should be in accord with each wittingly into falsehood. I shall not, have done o, he could not have placed people never butter a large slice of other. But instead of this there is the household. """' "n" ; .uiiicnMi.o;u uuui ucuih E CIAT DALLAM, . seemed certain. Her physician Anally adhowever, discuss my career as a law it on the stone. Why any roan should water gradually. Coffee made greatest disagreement among them1 ' Judg-- Appeal Tax Cosrt My son, in the battle of life be sure yon bread and bite into it, Never use your boilingwill bein clear, bright and.fall-ilavoreyer. It is of inyeii as an editor that ' liive murdered him no one could con- vised her to try Mrs. Pinkham's Compound. thus selves, and with the experience of praceat all you want, for it is by that you can knife aud fork She did so and m a short tim tho tnmor I desiro t?i speak. Fjom the'time when ceive. Expert detectivos came and ownyour ow n knife to help another, or If a cafetiere is not athana then tical, intelligent farmers, and so far as work your weigh up. ir. T. Herald. A! O'SBIEX, E into the butter or was dissolved or caused to slough off, and my recoUecnon seemed to come out of spent das in looking for a clue, but put the best must be made of the ordinary useful knowledge goes, the Professors State Inspector Steam Boilers. salt" Remove fruit hU and skins from coffee-poYoung Men, Head Tills. she is noic inpvrfrctJtcalih. I also know of a "dark closet and flit, like a miller, went away piuzlad. Squire Duval Fix a piece of muslin very are like the doctors and lawyers of an The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., many cases where the medicine has been SiMT. A CLAGETT, the candle of a nev. ly-- ' clared that the old man had be'n aided your mouth with the loft hand. Take loosely over the top of the coffee-poso cient times who spent their time over - Volof great valuo in preventing miscarriage a.wakened existence, I have had a great ' by bad spirit in the execution of the hold of a wine glas by its stem, and as to nang a little way down in the in- small things and left neglected tho offer to send their celebrated Elkctroi f Sanitary Inspector. and other Electric Atpliasces and alleviating the pains and dangers of fondness for newspapers. My fathor J bio jdy design, yet this, while it may never drink from a saucer or blow on a side, in the form of a bag; into this weightier matters which were of most taic Belt on trial for3D davs, to men (young orold) TTX. H. mss, childbirth. Philadelphia ladies appreciate often said that this predilection'for hur- - have found ready supporters amonjc beverage to cool it. Masticate with muslin put the proper quantity of ground importance. And the question of how afflicted w ith nervous debility, loss of vitalyour mouth shut, and don't talk with a coffee, pour the boiling water very slowly Purveyor Bftyview Asylum. ity and all kindred troubles. Also the worth of this medicine and its great ned print would send me to the noor- - people who oeneveu in s upernaturai full mouth. Finally, if you would act to deal with insect pests is one of many othyalue.j house, but I found 'consolation in the agencies was ridlcul&d by the Coroner When it is all drained through the greatest importance to farm- er diseases. Complete restoration to health, JAKES S. M0RB0W, wall abroad, be careful to observe the upon it refiWiion that considerable . inirenuitv1, and laughed atby the ur. give the bag a gentle squeeze, to get all ers, who arc justified in looking for vigor.and manhood cnaranteed. JJo riskin Chief Judge Appeal Tax Conrt proprieties at home. " ITCRiHQ PILES. Some time previous to the arrival of wotuu nnu long employment in arrang- the good possible out of it, then remove help to the institutions which they sup- curred, as 30 clays' trial is allowed. "Write Rytrnti If a man would appear like a gentleN y! !'' foe mnumt MoU'ut, lntente them at once for illustrated pamphlet, free. . 'H ing a poorer hoti3C than that which my the old man I hadincurred the mortal man he must walk, stand and sit like it from the coffee-pocoffee is now port. America is a weedy country. the at mi...' m rl 3 K m enmity of a fellow named Givens. This father owned. In the 4 What Is a luxury7 asks an exchange. ofittdiKhoipItai, charitable .?I.UrI nJ!llshmi of Baltimore. laelodles thot. It Li one. In ail a'titudes he should avoid ready for use; it requires no settling or Everywhere weeds prevail !() ' '. "VVclK at last I secured a printing of- - soulless wretch, biding his time, swore ALL U EFFIl F(jruiT wicli as Aritnp & .inr.u.. ''IXC Hash, institution, collects clearing, and should be sent to table as fertile West they at times hide the corn, A luxury is something you dont want act BcSuuls. have voluntarily endoncd Jted star ies. .V.aMtfiee. It was bought at Sheriffs sale. out a warrant for my arret, charging all appcarauccs of Ciaga Cure, not only a tbe beat tbinz of the kind hot as possible. lEi TT WTerter. Itch, halt Klieam. no matr seen the common until Ton so somebodj else with It. and the writer has stranger, ereMiKOTcred,butabetnc entirely free from tha lojjr standing. JL&JLXI terl Call. At different times many papers of dif- - me with the murder of tho curiou Therefore, amongstill, aud not he will , The quantity of coffee used must, of hasid feature of other eunRn mixture. Erery or lamb's quarter. (Cltenopo-dmi- n loll or om mind tt a safe, sure cure. names, had been" issued from the scribe. Of course I was indignant, but stand erect and o2f. It Is entirely free Jerent To nEMrnTbald heads out cra course, be determined by individual album,) in a new" stubble ground f fna Utet. narcotics, emetics and poiton. It leaTes on a U Cl'l4 l VI UltO. worn hand-presbut waving aside the 1 soon saw taac the people paid but lounge of time. chair. In bowing,nattako tastes but one thing is certain, if the in Western Kansas, growing six feet TU Judge. notadtScctf. ItdoeacotderassetWoajftem. Itla off Don't jerk the plenty put, Muant, prompt. Bold by oniEglM and dealers - little attention to my protestations of entire list of rich, fragrant high and densely covering the ground christencoffee is not strong the Cut down The result of his first shave. lnaeSclne throughout the United state at fifty ings, I preferred to call my sheet the innocence. I was arraigned for exami- and feline it back as soon as possible. A aroma is. tost. There is still remaining over a Boston Qlobe. field in May. bo tho well-brem in ramovoo hia hat in the Arkansaw Cat Fish. Ths was snrelv nation before a Justice of the Peace." I 'HUGHE, 3S AJtWItoUill. lurvyr in i a LfjRi Icr Khn s.t ear. do nut m public in 'Lonlldn, one of the real, huaband tells universal beggars' ticks Bidens fron-ilo'THEnc's two ways of doing it," said tfrne aad Uienb.Tetberar Earn affalo. me&narad.e! ear? odd name a kicd of "odds-fish- " had Squire Duval and the man with presence of ladies in any roofed though where, my in the Pat to himself as ho stood musing and cover the river bottoms I hT. miuls Uw dlwiuo of FITS. EPILE-r FAlilNQ place, and wnen bo doos them, ELY'S name and it was not, as an ignorant whom I boarded introduced as. witis RCSVES3 a atady. Iwnmnt mrrene3y toenr I ta wont Unless you are me.tbetrjcst coffee in the land always South completely even Fall after the waiting for a job. "If I save me $1,000 I CREAM bare UiMlno reaiun out IScu:m outers at onex fur a tratls andfor The Squire's testimony amounted strangers, a favor. and heartless wagf who never paid his nesses. 0 a rear for twenty years, BALM CATARRH act aa reeclrise a nra. nd ivuai. mv; uoura im:m- - crops have been removed, and grow to must lav ud lO QC liaiu Jrre Ban! f ray infallible rruadr Glwi Bxvrnt nd Pi 520 subscription, .remarked intended for to nothing, but the testimony of my vnapiinintl with a woman let her selyogrindJ.e t OtSc. It cotUjon nothing fur Atrial, .nd I w'UenreyoQ. ! them hot, and make the a height of more than six or sev.en feet. or I can put away khich a year iuri' doT- bow first; but between old sacjuaint- shall I w Yorl. 3 Dr. B. C. KOOT, m reul -. hundred Years now exclusive circulation among the colore I coueo very strong, aimost uiaciv, uumug Causes no Pain. . common "barnyard" grasses (Pan-icur- n a. nn Aii dfvi rl nninniAnTt J needless. When milk, as well" a cold, is always served The sanguinale, Fanicnm capillare, 2f. Y. Twies. 'Air. liucu went to bed at the usual ""fr people. One day while I was hard at work. hour," said he, "but about midnight he walking with a male acquaintance you with the coffee, and this entirely removes aud Fanicnm cmsqalli) cover the land TnE literary man always has write or Iclleres at Once. ap old man, very tall, with white hair got up and went out When he came must Mtlute his lady fncuds dv raising any harshness which might be experi- from Florida to the lakes; and it is a his side. BiMon Vudgnt. ' TJCKATEJ) your hat also. Kever Mop long to conand shrunken cheeks, came into the back, which he d'd after Srome time, I FltF.fiT InnnnlPi. th.ro.nnr.lnf Thorough Treat- - fHflfiFEYER enced, if only cold milk were used. the. threshing machine engine ! Egotisu is usually 'retry unanimous snnntomxlntendSTs. KaJ heard him washing his hands, and at verse in the street Don't smoke in They just about half fill the cup with fact that office: leal relief from nrat dose. Send for Trrarlw. Testl- Dakota are fed with the fires in IndeptndenU Kent will Onre. where there are women, all l's and no knows.Q. yl am veryanxious to secure work," morning when I went to the wash shelf public places is icn mumau.cic.irce: 11. In e oy mall room for plenty of abundant weed seeds which are to all patleat. the custom of all fre- coffee, thus leaving II. OKKE.V, paid he. "1 am the oldest compositor on the porch I saw blood stains in the unless such ilone) Annue, Atlanta, Ueorgla.M. JB., 65 MOBiioxs ought to be good sailora, they quenters. A eiear in a man's month milk, which is always a very great im- cleaned from the grain. What vast a Iiiquid nor 5t in the State. I have worn myself out bottom of the. bowl." experience. making the coffee taste so waste and labor are involved in this have so much uiarry-tixn- o in the daytime onthe treet vulgarizes provement on daily papers, and now f wish to The truth is, unable mellow and rich. The milk for coffee growth of weeds! Truly the ancient Texas Sifting s, Apply Into up. I went out, lighted my his appearance. Remember that a work on a weekly, where instead of gotten should always be used hot. curse still follows our race, and tho I "What's the reason you didn't speak to but is always introduced to a lady; HAY-FEV- ER .suffering tender gaslight, lean spend fipe, and walked around, smoking. As reason why this earth brings forth "thorns and thistles" Jones when ho passed hs just now!" "He loatiDg. I do not see any Made returning to the house, I came in never otherwise unlefes in the ease of the method of making coffee, with the exD'ghts-inBtiltod me the other dav?" "What did tp-- v Quiet. I ask for but little 1 "ICS"11 beE CENTS. Havana only by theSTX. T. 4It a Trial. SO csnt t for our torment, really jinllnfl ma nn nlfl St..'' tceaafr null registered. Sample bottle DniMlJtJ: If you are yt a dancing Broadby mall in remuneration a boarding "place and a contact with theend of a rail which President v" berries, should cause we take no effective means to l.A ......39J ttllA "Poaltirnlv trin'Rosti sir 'v Csar Co.. trfitJ tt sir ception of roasting the Called you an old asal How ridiculous nu hY BKOTHERd. DruKUt. Orcco. Jf. V. projected over the fence, forcing a few party dance. If you can't dance well not be, carried out in every household avoid decent burial. . Withers is my name." Our hand book "How toProcuia Why, you aro not old." Troy Tunes. it A7. T. Times. stay i Don't play cards among the trouble --. 1 .I looked at him, to determine if his drops olblood from my nose. w. strangers for money, and always keep a where coffee is used. Even if rather unkN hen I made the statement, the peomind were right, but in his calm eve There's one line thai every woman dewere ever so much, I would atent Att'y a. Waihlngton. It. C. TT TfT 'PAtl aT SOIL FOR FRUITS. 0T (W WW Waterple looked suspiciously at me My lookout for the opportunity of doing a dertake it than let my husband think he lights to hang on the masculine. there were not traces of insanity. . t "My dearr," taid I, "do'you ex- lawyer made an able speech, dwel'ing "courtesy. An observance'of the?e hints got better coffee anpvheroelso than in Tho Kind or SoU In Which tho Various loo Observer. R. U. AWARE will enable most men to appear well. Varieties of Fruit Delight. on the fact that I was the old man's COLLEGE i pect to die so'soon?" TnAT his own home, Aunt Chlot. in Country woman in some States can not sue and A The best soil for the production of the be sued, but sho can complain and be An ac Lorillard's Olimas .Ping "I have consumption," he replied, friend, and that I had nothing agamjt iT. Y. Star. 1 pentlemati. fiTlfE ST TltASArrr.H ursnitLiiSiri m . . . & r . "and my1 course is nearly run; but I am him; and, although Iliad known him to anrilo is u deep, rich, moist loam with a courted. IX. Y. News. fcCTay bearin r a red Ha taa ; that LorUlanra FIVE CENTS A DAY. ttoroa and complete luanner as the Merchant, prepared. I .regret no past; fear no be 'omething of a materialist, j'et supKoseienfnnecutliatLorlUard's every aay lire tor fill particn-hiORIENTAL BRASSlWORK. sandy subsoil; although it succeeds Clipplnca.and that Lorillard's i?aufl,aro areas Eaatmi ISO. 3 suoe on a Jo. 6 foot has a iraaras"eriii College, Pokeepele. Xenr Tort. 1 A ported tlie bquire's opinion insomuch Th Cumulative Power of Jlonry Itellg future." th ht ood cheapest, quality considered I by Men, and the Jtepalr-In- c moderately well upon any .soil not too tendency to inako home unhappy. Pitts The NewMuile lously Set Aside. sn&, - "It is true that I need some one, for that as the ?3d man had unquestionably PATS for a tlf SrtalanWp lis the by Damascus Women, lurgh Chronicle- - Telegraph. 1'OU M IN BU.SI5I.SS COU.ECE, dry. LADY AGENTS SSSSSJ with my short experience I am a very wrjtten the note, he might have cut off The cumulative power of money is ? Ntirark, Jctt Jcrtey. Poltlon j Algerino are Tho mpUiyment and gund ealary ir8ow-ijomposito- r, NiJlocaIjpatronre. Writ The pear delights iu a- deep, rich, is a 'and it istruethatl his own held. thnt fact very generally appreciated. There always trays usual!' called It is said That'stherereason soft sida to Circolan. COLEitAN A PALU3. arlllnc Quern Vltv Skirt ana for beaten out on thuTbrass. are not warm lom, with every man. why a duda Tho magistrate decided that the evi- arc few men living at the ago "of subsoil. tho i4cJluEiiuBportera.bainpIe $5. am not able to pay an active printer." ouifl;fi-re- . Aadre Cincinnati alr&id to btand on his honu. N. Y. The phim requires n deep, moist soil, useful in a domestic sense, being apt to Bro. Jonathan's Joke3 "I can set up your paper with but dence was -- uflic.eutly strong to justify seventy-fivEiupender Cow ClnctmiaU. O. on to exis'encbj Journal. hanging my detention, and, as the case was not but there must be no stagnant water b'ttle trouble. Fay the word and I will ItlliBtratA 4wobble" when a weight is carried on Mn. PotlIMiil.fsrTw.lnru.. V- Avi?103 Oeoilfmea la Thet had been quarreling. "So xorr anUdactUiazSASlBaaaaBSubwTat. bailable, I was taken to jail. I h d some slender employment or pensiontake off my coat."" them, but.their color being peculiarly in it. was another war. do vou , v4 The cherry grows best in a rich, wish there observed. great hopes that the Grand Jury would ers, it may be, on the bounty of kindred polden, as decorations they are perfect. WANTEDWorfcjentbyrUKoc1TSaid "Yes, I do," he- Iain?" demand for oar work, indictment, but I was or friend, but m'ght by exercising the They are ornamented with many pointed warm, sandy loam. 1$ a mulch of plied. she . fail to Haaile-flifi1!DCartlf!nthfworWl. "Well, Wiuiam, 1 wiU try tcac- 'raployraenr. AiiuUA iJU Adtlnr8JAY BR0X60K. DiTxore. MicnT adis put around ttampOK)TOil'ri Co, aw Vtae t, Cta'U.0. .The old man' was an excellent com- - disappointed!! Wii?n it became known smallest particle of thrift, rigidly stars or varieties of the double triangle. leaves, straw or brush much benefited commodate you." And she did. A1 r. klpositor, wonderfullr correct and untir-- that the ch"Srgeagainst me was sus- hered to iu the pa'--t haw set as de a reGraphic without kalf mosque, often them they will be very KyowanttobeeoaieTl-i- .. CiNCER Treated tand enrrd lent free. thAdareoa. YOlinST Men vgrraph prat-or- . IJoplc on jvatment SSmg in his efforts to please. All day he tained 'by tlfcgcntlenjen in secret ses- spectable sum which would materially Tney generally present a st.ir, or ono of byiL ; 9 and a ship, a crescent and Young ladies who think they have aaH j-Aurora, KanaCo.in. gaaraateaempJoymeat.adareas would sit on ahigh stool putting up sion, a mob assembled aud it was with he'p them to maintain their independ- tho varieties of tho conventional sign quince hhould bo planted in a to writo poetry should stop and remenif The one free that "poets are born an.1 not maid." I age. Let us take the known type with a regular click. His closest great difficulty that the Sheriff could ence in their old rjti ltl5aw, ,tnnTrk as the hand of They very moist, clayey soil, but a,,B.B.acB.B.Ba(MBiia......ManMaMnBaKaBvMB.BM.aBB.iBaw e fw ucrtaiu in thil man. approach to a smile was the grim ex- keep me from the clutches of the jelling small sura of live cents, which we dailj are never made now Mahomet. in Algiers; tho from stagnant water. fruit of a much try u jijess; that Sheridan' pression that crossed his face when he avengers. to have our boots blackened, to only pay The peach produces Powder Is abiolctelr rrare nd t,t brass work known there resembles we are able to upon light, bent himself, over the "case" and One mornimr. just before the meeting ride in a car the Talnabie. .Nbthln on Earth wlU that from Tangiers patterns cut out in finer quality when planted exposure. It maks hens lay like Sharidaa'a coughed with a hollow sound. He kept of tho court before which I was to be walk, or to procure a bad cigar we are low relief. Some very handsome trays high land with a southern and longer Condition Ponder. Doae, en Maaeoonfel ta each nlnt nr food. an,a .. . will ln a bottle of cod liver oil setting on the tried, the Sheriff entered the jail and better without, and see what the value of this lattersort can he purchased, and is also much more hardy Ac. ererywhtre, mall CHSCKLi flMOLPPA 6 eeau ta taapa.SeldJLU furnlhJ or aeat bycan, Jt soil and a press, and three times a day he would said: is in the course of years. lived than upon a stronger in brse breeder . tue. price tl.O0; by pall, fifteen, by inscriptions of mottoes made to order; more northern exposure. 1 V We will supi ose a boy of mne up uia ooiue anu urinK wim as TDflnrtV? URDU $!. OrcnUri teat TEEE. I. S. JOBKSOK A (XX, BoaUai, Mai '.Mr. Buck, vou are free. Read this they expensive than SaTJaValak-u much zest, it appeared to me, asthbiugh letter. It was" written by a crazy man, blackine h'u own boots or savins his ers. are more and children ' in the othdBBK kBBcafflMHSBlaaB The grape delights m a nign, ngui, "Women Damas he were imbibing choice wine. produces its sweetest 'well known in this community, and was cherished cigarette, puts by five cents o cus are much employed in restamping rich.stonysoil and parts. On very dry .L..f RYMEH and FARMERS i. HOO DISEASES. The "Arm arm Hasrast? He slept in the office. One night addressed to the circuit judge. day. In one year he saves $18.25, old trays tllUUIQ USA fir. the "Smn.H i fruit in the driest from tor Cleaning and Keeping Milk Pans Sweet and! brand Soda and Saleratus Is Bsed with grsitt wo wero fi'ttiag by the stove he the which, being lanked, bears interest at come effaced which patterns have be- soils a mulch of old hay, leaves, brush, The surprise was su gladdening SLCcess (or tha prevention and curs of HOO &'Tnae up suddenly and by long use looked ciean. it is the Best for all 3.ked: cis eases. thonght,of regaining my liberty and tho rate of live per cent per annum: probably not thought such thi being etc., during the months of July and cholera anioiher food. important Household Purposes. Mix Htth the anim&Ts On this "What is jour religion?" once"niore taking my place among re- compounded Aumist will be found very beneficial, i work sxs the AbxoUitelii ssfBMP ones, a task butTshould "I do not belong to any church." spected men, tilled inowith such a desire bass, when our t'irifty youth reachc reserved for making ncw be removed in September to Trefrom Opiates, Emetics and Vtistna men. "Which church do you favor?" having set his fivt "ARM & HAMMER BRAND" more fully mature my hat that it was with the age of sixty-fivto throw up Thus I have seen an old Venetian allow the vines tobefore very severe PROMPT. SAFE. SURI favor tKem all, focthey all point difficulty that I could repress my exulta- cents per ay religiouslj aside during wood and roots platter preserving Cur for Cong!, C1U nnl other T&ront an a J lrm soSm5' n To insure obtain In .tr onlr lha .i..t. i- - TTTniiv. eY" place rest,' . Jil n tion lone-- enough to read the letter. fifty jears the'result b surprising. He rope and embossed the familiar twisted weather. r Jt c &."And a final hell," said he. miis hnvtt i a. a Bottle. At Du leuti niBrixa. center, but with all no lessthan $3,693.18. succeed widen, effected my liberahas accuruulaied The document it JlTTi?"4.AiLLtt hi, iititaorv,nsrUtf,C Currants and gooseberries snavnsi.L0 "Yes, the most of them believe in a tion ran as follows: A scrutiny of the progrcssof this re3ul. the rest of the surface incised in flat in the soil advised for the quince. "" """ ui aus cauuA twaawng 5&iaV one Is bothering are more ' kelLthoueh opt "so strongly, I fancv, as "Judge, while no my room, number me, and is interesting. At the age of thirty our Damascus work: the conventional loz- best Raspberries and blackberries f: they did before ' education became o while 1 sit alone In a few lines. We 10i left hero had $'iVr, at forty; 877; at fifty, enge could st'll be seen at the back. hardif planted on light, sandy loam used to wing, 1 will drop you This was a most unnecessary waste of general." goto school together, didn't we. Judge Well, SI, 667; at sixty, $2,962. After fifteen labor on the artf desired a mulch at v e remSy toe tb. .bora JUwm : kT. part of the Damascus but if large berries ago don't know how long, for year's sa ing, his annual interest more 8 th9asaai!ao "Not so much a they did," he as- - wmo t me scenw ton j ears and then ten uled in July. On more moist f taadlatrhar bB workmen, as Venetian platters, though must be It in la It .scary, t atlwt I .lTtfo BOTTLES seated., vManv of them do not iow sometimes I slipped away from the asylum than equals his original priuc-palminutes land mulching is not needed, but the tosetberwtta a VA Lea BLKTREatISE on 7C. or walking years it is mor than double, riddled with holes like a sieve when hold canes are more liable to be winterbelieWtfcathellisBeoessan' to salva-- They had gives lne the privilege up to our twenty-fiv- e toanyaSrrl GlT.rr,., O..Jdr ;", and . T A. (fLOCClf. Ul j me & thirty-fiv- e . !, .. .. . K.w tw years it is four times as up to the light, are still cherished x killed. tiofjrtBt there mmt 1e a "difference in out. J got'o a train and went nobody saw town. It wHsSWght 1s&5trtr0&?KJSTPEjrL 3115 only a part of beauty ; DilDTilDI? pa" 'hheathperarlen aBM - bad fortj-hv- e years it is eighi priceless bits of color. The inscriptiooa of gqC andAmh. After I hadJked around awhile, I got dot u much, in or tho The different varieties of strawberries "wy Uue Inflict TwpjWBC a Tnan who Siever harmed any on my kneos nnd lappou water out of a pudtimes a much, as the annual amount on Venetian platters are unfortunRterr succeed upon a great variety of soils; ut it is a part. Every lady IfUar I UifflC dranw from laboT.by Dr. J.T 1 did. 1 taw a light In a house and Sherman's Me should kill himself? Do you think dle. Yes, An old man with white hair w as In he puts by. The actual cash amount often (like those on Eastern work) s.o on moist land the berries are generally In. I - Tiay have it; at Isast, what ten cents. method. Otaee. ai Brcadway.N.T. Booi wltblikeneMuf Caeabernrtattdai:crcure.manedfer . w gam would una rest? THE GREAT th hmiRo. it tickled molo look at him. While saved in fifty years is $912 50; the dif- degraded a? to be incomprehensible larger, fewer in number and of an inlrme f.r home tame dal'. even to the experts "of tho British me: .we were talking a funny idea ocourrul to iVJooks like it. land, more Magnolia v '."3 1 "That is a question between that and the grand ference upon which ferior quality, while on light REM London Ouecn. , efcpreas an opinion." I SUppoSO tue people weio ip wme uvro in to til of $3,893. 18 namely, $2,970.68 MIKSIil but MolcalIatrnrneBts MooldJioklike.to-the morning and And that old man'o bead 'Ilfealm both freshens and and sweeter berries are produced, the Musle to F. Bltntx. Erie, pi. s Cures HhteBiaAie .. on tho rock tabic, "what would thy fay It is accumulated interest. What a mac-"It Br a question thonrii" he thev will bo smaller. To overcome or A.N.1C- - E. note puz7le'em If fSmall in rii,,wJak!k'coHcw'asme very much., would that ho had cuthe was to leave aput It nificont premium, for the niinimunfbt' nnearthed tobacco pipes vre frequently last diffienltv heavy mulching off his head and saying Ireland, and are supposeq thorough irrigation must be resorted to. v lmprsscAfl .vi -- v, rvnr i loouldputhis htad there and wr.te thrift that can be well represented - -- WU taor. siHinriHtrnii j 0 to ants-dat- e w tM the introduction of tobaooa tw note, but the people might know his jsoum77 umu lam approashing Baptist WeeWy. e Our Country Home. and detect tb toama. I won't corn- in Europe by fi&W a -- f' ere children whon we feared Only darkness, herer light. ., For our troubles disappeared Always, If they came in When our lore was like our breath Careless, natural, unpercolved; When we wpndered about death f At a uiiuj; uj ut uviwvcu. When we drew a severing lino. Good from evil, nlpht lrom day On the ono side, all divine; On tho other look awavl When our wrath was switt and sure. Just because wuseemed to know JJothlng wronjr could touch tho pure, And.our loved ones all were so. have often.thouglit that in my case a man would be justifiable in taking his own life. It looks to me as though 1 am relentlessly tortured." I hardly knew what reply to make, for I felt that the old man had cause to complain, but after a few moments of reflection I said: "Wait. No matter how, much you may bo racked b pain, wait xou surely can not live much longer." A light of encouragement shone m his eyes as he' said: "Ah, those are pleasant woras. After this I fancied he was not so restless. He continued to take medi cine, to allay pain rather than to prolong life, he said. He wrote ceral strangely readable articles for the Cat Fish. I don't Uow that, with all my experience in handling manuscripts, I have ever scon a handvv riting so pecuVar as his. A number of our, citizens who saw it remarked its dissimilarity to any ohirographv thev had ever beheld, and among them the old man was known as the furious scribe.. One cyehing, asll was about to leave me to the door. the office, "Mr. Buck," EaidheJ"I think now that my time ia "He looked as tnough lie wanted to smile, but that hispoor old lips had lost the movement necessary to the reflection of so nleasimran expression. "Why do xou .think so,. Mr. V ith-ers- ?" o wrong. They send ofcceleration which mlt forgery. It isfor forgery. I'll tjttfolks to the penitentiary hini to from pain. 1 write tho noto.' That Is the wav Uxs funny Idea ran through my head. I began to talk pleasantly to him, told him that I owned a torni n short distance lrom town. Weil, 1 do, Judge. 1 won't tell a Lo unless it is to help along a great eauce. 'Will you do me a groat favorr" I asked. Ho said that he would. 'I want to play a joke on mv little girl, said 1 'She can road and rite, but I cant. The olherday she whipped her dolL 1 told her she ought not be so cruel, that if she didn t mind tho doll woukl commit suicide. Now, 1 tell j ou what 1 am going to do. 1 am going to cut oil tho dolls head and put it on ahtool and loavoa note, ojt plaining tho funny Situation. While she Is weeping ovttr the death of tho doll I will tako out a nicer one which 1 shall have handy, and make her glad. Won't you please writo down tho words I dictate? Ho laughed at the idea, said It was the first time ho had laughed fur years. I told him that I was glad to aOord him arty amu'emunt, and that I would be grateful if ho would write the words forme. He did so and I went out. I slipped iuto a store, through a window, and got u new butcher knife. Then Iwent back and f?uud tho old man reading. Wcuaiked. aw hile. and then, when he wasn t noticing me, 1 cruhTied him by the throat and forcod him to thf floor Ho was too weak tu struggle much, and I had very little trouble in cutung h.s throat, but cutting off his head wag not Mich an easy job I got it off after awhile, and 1 had to laugh uhea I put it on the rock table, and .when I put the uote moo much that 1 b,ad to Vow out tho light I bhut tho do r carefully and went awat I jumped on a trelght train and rode wht re nobody could see me When 1 got oil. I thiew nearly all my clothes in the river Uv mormutr. 1 was at the nsylum. They had been kwikiwr for int. Sinco then thoy woij't let mc ;ro out I showed tins letter to tho Superintendent and expected him to laugh, but he didn t Hecantfceo a joke. I asked him to hand it back, that 1 wanted to He did so. If you write a few. see the old man's boW it wilt tickle yob." nipio-hm'S TEA AND COFFEE. IIow tho Beveragm Should Ba, Bat XIemiry . 4Aie Not, Prepared. It is not every housewife who understands how to make really good, refreshing tea, though some peoplo consider it one of the Txfbst easy things in the world. Many recommend the use in preference to of a metal earthenware, contending that the flavor ofgthe tea can be more fully obtained. For my own part, I decidedly prefer .china or earthenware, for the reason that they can be kept so very ranch sweeter, and cleaner than motS- - U thdse who have their tea made every day in a metal tea-pwill just examine the inside, 1 fancy they willifind it very much'1 discolored, and anything but inviting looking. It will often ne found, too, that it sends forth an unpleasant odor, ery different from the sweet re freshing smell when we lift the lid of an earthenware pot. strict cleanliness in all, that, we eat or drink, is an imtea-po- t, ot - . ot 2 - - "Int t long-covete- V at toa-po- t, ot FARM AND FIRESIDE. Most of the diseases in horses result from the ignorance . of the owner or from careless handling. San Francisco Chronicle. To cure the hiccoughs put vour hands high over your head, draw a deep breath and hold it as long as you can. If the first attempt fails try 'again. Exchange. Sugar cookies can be made to bake quickly and yet have a delicate brown color if, just before putting them into the oven, you wet them lightly with milk and sugar; dissolve a little sugar in the milk. Boston Budget. During a discussion at the meeting of the Oliio Horticultural Society a member said that when he grew quinces in large quantities there was no fruit that paid so well as half an acre of the orange varietj', and that they did well for a long time. Cleveland Leader. The problem of sending queen bees by mail acroas the Atlantic has been successfully solved. Frank Benton, of Munich, Germany, reports in Gleanings in Heo Culture that ho has sent many queens to America during the past easou with only two or three losses. X. I'. Herald. Pickled Eggs: Hard boil freh eggs; drop into cold water and remove the shells. Boil red beets tender enough to jam and cover them with cold vinegar spiced with cloves, mace, salt and pepper; pour this over the eggs and in two days they will be a beautiful red color. The Household. The average number of eggs laid by an ordinary Hock o"f hens is eight and one-hadoen to a fowl, yet instances have been recorded where a hen has laid 250 eggs in one year, and from sixteen to seventeen dozen is considered by poultry men a remarkablo yield. lf Chemistry, Poetical and Theoretical. "Young gentleman," said tho lecturer n chemistry, "coal exposed to the elements loses ten per cent of it3 weight and heating power. This is duo. to the " action of the alkali constituents of 'But what if there is a dog sleeping near the coal, Professor?" ''None of your levity, young man. This is a serious matter"" "That's what dad thought when seventy-two per cent, of his coal pile disappeared during three nights of exposure. Then he asked my advice as a student in cherai&try, and I told him to buv a doir. He bowrht a dor. with bay- in his window teeth and tho string-hal- t upper lip, and now we don't lose one percent of our coal a month." "That's the kind of a practical' chemist I am. Chicago Now goon with your theory. Herald. Bad Memory. Human Calve. An exchange aaya : " of tho ununppy marriages result from human calves being allowed to run at large in so. ciety pastures." of tho chronic or lingering disease of originate in impure lood, liver complaint or biliousness, resulting in scrofula consumption (which is but scrofula, of the lungs), sores, ulcers, skin diseases and kindred affections. Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" cures all these. Of Druggists. Nino-tenths Ulna-tent- to-d- ay 1 Did you Sup- pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesh. : cfl V' I A Torso woman is not necessarily an sirl lust because she has a snowy brow. Drake's Travelers' Magazine. The worst pilo tumors cured In ten days, rupture in one month. Pamphlet two (3ct) stamps. "World's Dispensary Medical AssociaUonBuffalo. IS. Y. A Capital crime well, kisiinr is about as good as any of thero, if we admit that fc"JS s a cruns. qomerTitic uovrnai. Baows's Bronchial Troches will relieve Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, and Throat Diseases.. They are used always icith good success... It was a witty Irishman who dlscoTred that horseradish was strong esoujh to have been named in honor of a mule. Ice Con-fiumpti- re IA What the People Say. Mr. E. A. Everett of, Euxington, Ivy., writes: Dr. Cuysott'e well-know- g wornt cob of Uj speusia aud a man over had. JJy skin is now as as that of an infant, nndrnv stomach fair eeems so strong I behove 1 could digest riam shells." blood-poisonin- and Sarsaparllla Yollovv Dock cured me of the i tjT C I , Ark-ataa- We Have Used It," lo a, ot woll-bre- ill-br- er - the-hojis- e f , -- ot k snap-drago- n, live-foreve- r, zig-za- bo-s- o Valuable Discovery. ottjre-eotz- D o n' m t e. Attorney-Oeaera- L ld ? m m m. fc hoir-lnllictc- il 3 ChrU-tofor- u, cur-ragc- ," sh nl low-bre- i s d. ! nd t. t, ! ...-. . t; P II W -- PAif-adilph- ia S""J-'?- -- wrlr-'lrte- pig-wee- d, : s, DISEASES&SSiSfi: A back-number- ed ' d 160-acr- e" a) -'- leiiBE FITS! 1 1 X m fj-a- coffej-houje- s. T I I i ".'""' S- - 9MA atleMtto-tBirdtura.- DROPSY n ISa-r- r sufli-cTent- ly - gen-tlem- nh n Eelf-inilict- 1 , ai.nnn yuungmen A TMAN ftW -- a A "' Setfmg ' 1 - ay u tl i fors-adunt- e. e, IUN f - Cob-ti- di-tan- ce ReoStmi I, Ni Aun-iiwn- MAKE HENS LAW T .- U..r semi-yearl- y. yot-c'Ja- vv rI e, of-tin- 1 sssss&aSsivsSSi CT Jacobs niir coNsuirnoN. t- j i SiW-at-- .. ; A Clear Skin -- iKStot Pl J.h Ma-scu- GERm AN x4uKit.r J'aiU-titre-if- 1 .T U wrrain jsasssr"6-- - 1 band-wrttl- the-jrav- 102 mZiJ22i! graliSHHHLyLMLr4fllflLiMlBHIiHiLflHlalaLBBBBBHW pspspsjpipw - - 3SBBmiii aBBW . Hfci!l iM..'.ir-- - Hf Zr-- :y u --- tj. IC3 ,..&! t: rrr .,. wxm. rjJ ' HI - II LOCAL NEWS. Tlo upper rivers are anil bottom farmers happy. PHOTOGRAPH tent hy Tb.2 falling, WEATHERFOD & A H 20 yda, Brown Domestic, rani wide. gO0(J Uingbam Clircks. 20 ii Ics. Calico, nice .28 ii Lawn, fait color. 2S 3J Urge check Toweli, 30 in. long, 20 pair Genu Cotton half IIoe. " Ladi'S Calf ishoca. 1 i-- tucky nominated Judge P. F. Fox for State Treasurer. Whft'.UOeWlll Bay from Alcxnnder XWdllt Prohibitionist SWAN. of Ken- 1 4 good work Shirts Sftt our Mens, You I In and Dors, elegant line of cheap, medium aril fine Clothing, Mrn Full - Slru-ww Itrncmni . , before purchasing ALEXANDER & MAXWELL "wife and daughter, returned Tuesday, from a visit to Memphis. Call Judge Samuel Laudrum, at the tent and ee camples & of PHOTOGRAPHS. WEATHERFOP.D SWAN. poBt-ofllc- There were over 2,000 money orders issued at the Hickman the past 12 mouths, amounting to 860,709,28. o Ladlea'nnd GwtVemen ilesirir.ir a finej Custom Shoe, will find the latat tttle, beU We Good, and lovett prices at our store warrant vrerj pair to give entire satisfac-tion, or sro.irjr refunded ALEXANDER! MAXWELL The Fulton college, which haa been in a state of incompleteness trial bottle or Got a for some time, is nor being rap- vntking Skeleton.Discoveryfree Consumption, for Dr. King's Kew idly pushed to completion. which did me bo much good that I bought three bottles, PIDTURE8 ia cloud m well as clear a dollar bott'e. After u-i- fTrnin ASOUUIATIUIN. T. Buckner, and t TEAUriUK, & daughter, left Charleston, yester-of Fulton County ; day afternoon, for Hickman, Ky., home. Mr. Buckner us reorganize our Associatheir future Let Mr. Buckner and tion.' The bitter cold winter, the follows BOU8, have conducted a first-clas- s almost impassable roads and, per-linncarriage factory at this place for a few minor troubles ston- past three years and have hped our work last autumn, but as the turned out many Hue "rics." They the wintoi is uiiuuai (junu uuu iuu did ft crood business here, and of roads rapidly drying up, lot us n our work with renewed enerthe large amount of work they turned out, wo have never yet gy. There is a large amount of heard a word of complaint or dis- work before the educators of this satisfaction, Mr. Buckner aud county. But we have often been family resided 24 yedrs at Hick- asked the objects and accomplishman before locating here, and they ments of the County Association. do not go there as strangers. They I shall devote the most of my resecured large advantages for re- marks to its objects. They are turning to their old home. We many, and our accomplishments are sorry to lose such a family jre, as yet, comparatively few, from our midst. Our loss is Hick- only a faint shadow, as it wore, of man's gain. Minor and Edward what Is universally desired by its will remain here and continue to membership. Though candor compels me to run the Charleston Carriage Factory. They are fine workmen. say tftat the addresses delivered Charleston Enterprise. last year, at our different meetThe CoUKiERextends a hearty ings, will compare favorably with welcome to Mr. Buckner and any similar body with which I am acquainted, they have not family on their return to their old reached that high degree of yet exhomo. As to Buckners succcpe ,11 cellence at which we aim, and to the carriago business at Hickman, which we hope to attain. To indicate, in some degree, the his splendid reputation In that stops by which wo propose to line, assures him success from the plain of hon-o- c day he commences. He will com climb to this broader to ourselves aud distinction mence erecting his uew shops next and usefulness to our clients is ' week, on Jackson street.. of this article. We desire first, to show, to the A Walking Skeleton. people that wo are into this cause, Mr, E Springer, of Mechnicsburg. Pa , body, bouI and spirit. That the write?: "1 was afllicted with lunp fever and abscess on lung's and reduced to a science of education is a reality Mrs. W. - a rifiArti x rnTj-v--k. let pelloiC-Teacht- rt m hd Here Fifty-Fou- nomis," r (Been Years) to-da- y. s. The People lit They ALL XT IN ! We have a perfect shipload "NAME && '1 AND TAKE 5TI F & m Bolts, &c, &c. lnwer to Sell. Our Stock is now complete in all departments with fresh aeasonable bo-gi- Oliver Plows, one and two horse, Beams, Handles, Points, Mould Boards, Standards Q "Bat Don't Ton Kalamazoo Plows, one and two horse, than was ever offered, "home or abroad." Two horse, cuts 12 inches, $7.00. One horo $4.00. Great bargain in these Plows, which are claimed to be equal to any Chilled Plows made. A?ery Plows, steel and cast, one and two we areofFering some rare bargains, and consumers will look well to their own interests by consulting the qualities and prices of our Goods. W e are showing all the novelties and tints of the season in our T" Forget It' buy- mr SL.MI..S,- - ' horse, extras. &o. Meikle & Co'. line of Plows, points. 4c. Blount's True Blue Plows, (Urie patent) both "world beaters," which never enters a contest but to conqurr, leaving the field crow- of ing vtith the bluo ribbon flying in tbe breeze. A DRESS of foreign and domestic manufacture. GOODS, dise. "Eemember you can save money" by We can andi.will meet the Prices of any one, on anything in our line of Merchan- tlm-parpo- ae weather by found myself once more a man, completely WEATIIERFORD & SWAN. restored to health with a hearty appetite, fltah of 48 pounds." tall at Mr. J. C. Noblett, sawyer at and a gain in Moore & Landrum's Drug btore anu get a Cannaday's mill, near Troy, vras tree irial bottle of this certain cure for all k'llod, on the 10th by an emery Lung Diseased. Large bottlea 51.00 heart. cess. wheel bursting into fragments, and a piece striking him near the PHOTOGRAPH'S fey Our friend and 1 fellovr-county-ma- instantaneous pro- WEATHERFORD L SWAN. The papers are predicting a general European war with Ger many and Russia on one side and England, France, Spain and Italy, on the other. Possessions in Asia will bo the bono of contention. SABIES PICTURES in one Fecond bv WEATIIERFORD & SWAN. friends aud customers, to the fact that her regular opening of Millinery will take place next Monday instead of the 1st, Monday in April, on which occasion she hopes to see you all. , Mrs. Jones takes pleasure in calling the attention of all her inn the county as acent for that valuable work titled "The World's Wonders," aB seen by the great tropical and polar explorers, which is a complete encyclopedia of their travels, adventures, and discoveries. Also, agent fortho new "Peerless Bible," which in arrangement, print and illustrations, ia 6aid to be far superior to any edition now out, and besides are furnished subscribers about 40 per cent, cheaper. Our people have this great advantage, that Mr. Cook is an old citizen, well known as reliable, aud will indulgo in no misrepresentations. "I never hesitata to recommendjour Elec Tbonnnmta Nny So.? W. Atkins, GiraVd, Kit, writes Mr.T. t Mr. Y. O. Cook, is canvass trie Bitters to my cuetomers, thnr give enWEATHEKFORD & bWAN tire satUfaction and are rapli sellers." best Electric Our affable County Clerk on- medicine Bitters are the puresT and cure known and will poafliTely ly had the pleasure of issuing mar- Kidney and Liver complaints- Purify the riage license for one couple this blood and regulate the bowels- - JNo family week, Mr. S. P. Johnson to Miss can afford to be without them. They will of dollars in doaor'a bills Jane P. Stubblen'cld. Mr. John- - save hundredsSold at fifty cents! bottle by every j ear. eon, tne bridegroom, is only 39J Moore & Landrum. I age, years - Firat Cla.a PHOTOGRAPHS be redemption at faco vulua s and farming" selling them to the mintat 84 The Implement trade of Hickman has cents. been fairly good this week, but nucklcn'n Si!, the grocery and general trade The Best Salve Aralcaworld fr Cuts, in the nothing to brag of. There is com, SorcS, Ulcers. paratively uothincr dointr in the Sorfs, Tetter. Chapped Salt Rheun Fever Hands, Chlblains, Xfiw Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ara posi fjenernl produco market. Orleans prices for corn mixed, lively cures Piles, or no py reqniru. It WO-poi- 2ove and prosper. in the short row. Bankers and s Th finest qualities of Silica and other brokers who bought Bresa Gcoda, at at So cents with the expectation J. AMBERG'S SONS. that Congress would order their 4-trade-dollar- but this is his fifth of marriage.' May they live lou oj I The trade-dolla- r speculators are t. r dry-good- and not a pretence; that true teaching is the divinest of arts and not a sham; that true scholars and teachers are as- loyal to the cause of education and as jealous of her fair name before the world as the dovoutest worshiper before any earthly shrine. We desire to examine more and more the secret causes of natural laws, to trace- them in their curious, devious and mysterious track in the atr, in the animal aud vegetable kingdom, aud in the very earth itself. But the prime object of this Association is to ascertain the truths of educational science as it now is, and, if possible, by honest effort and potent inquiry, to add something more to them, to put some stones, though small aud insignificant they may seem, into this grand, this colossal temple that is destined to grow higher aud more beautiful in its proportions while time lasts. We recognizo that one fact as certain and proven to be true by the observation and experience of a number of sincere and competent observers at different times and places is worth more to tho cause of educational truth than all the theories that have been woven in all the laboratories of all the ages. Aud here comes tho practical good, the absolute necessity for this Association, each cau reap the benefit of his neighbor's knowledge, which now, instead of belonging to him as an individual becomes commuuity property. From this common every member has the privilege, nay, it is his bound-eduty to draw to meet his own deficiencies to the very best of his ability. Aud thtiB it may happen that those contributing their store-hous- e n full line of Maltr Double Shovels, Walking and Hiding Cultivator, unques, tionably the best in the world. Well, tt &o., makes us laugh, feel good, when we men lion the True Blue Plows and Malta Cultivators, knowing, hi our judgment, they are which we are offering VERY LOW. the best of their kind in America. In addition to the above we have a full HOCK It CT-ftviraUilij f!ir and complete line of Farm Implements Machinery, &c. Reapers, Mowers, Binders BU Corn Planters, check nud drill; Wheat Drills. $50.00; Sulky Breaking Plows $35; . i I 1 Corn Stalk Cuttcn, Hav P.akei, Sulky and oi xiais uents rurnisnmgs. nne onoes anu TT" arc suueru. Revolving; Hay Tedders.. Hay rorks, Dou'tiil to see them. Threshers, Sorghum machinery, &c. Field Seeds of ths best, Lime, Salt, Ce Wftre now carrying a very large stock of Trunks, "Valises, Bags, ment, Plasterers Hair, Plaster Paris, and Satchels, Carpets and Floor Oil Cloths, which we purchased direct from Land Plaster. Try Land Plaster, it is a thus enabling you to buy from first hands, and world beater on Clover. &c. Poplar and the manufacturers, profit. We have some very handsome patterns in our Cypress Shingles. Feed of all kinds for Stock. Carpets, and housekeepers should not do themselves the injustice of not Genera) assortment of Family Groceries them. Wc guarantee our prices uniformly lowest on everything Prices as low as the lowest for first class seeing "STliite Goods, Lmb, Swiss, MiaU and Ha&m. "burg Embroideries, Heal Irisk Point, Linens, Crashes, Toweling, fl. ing your general Supply of Dry Goods, Notions (fee, &c, from Headquarters, and Headquarters for Bargains is with the "Old Be liable" Plaut Bros. & Co., in the new brick, near Buchanan's corner. Headquarters for mens and ladies fine v tflAi FT!jr: a'3thmc:, the best m the city, every pair Warran- ted. OXT5f 5 Who 4 Made the Low Prices? -- goods. Don't forget our prices on Flour. Fnncy, high, straight grade, pure an 1 sweet, $4 SO per barrel. Family S3 to $3.50. We cordi ally invite all to come, examine Goods and learn prices before buying, it will do you good. Respectfully, March , POWELL&BRO. 6th-t- f. HAIR made to order. DRB88KB. Bangs, Braids, Curls, Puffs, Frixcs, LADIES PLEASE .. I.. t? nillr nn alvMttf 1I atwla A TTtlmtftlWk Im vxtnln ..1 TO MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," ! of requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's 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 arc "the best." "Not this eventng, some other evening," is what they say when asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" "We propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of the time. You ca rest aes&Kd goods. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish you need rover leave our house to look for cheaper goods. We propoee to sell a few a any retail Furniture store in to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. 4 mt Furniture ! IT Is EAST ft 1 ALEXANDER & MAXWELL, IOX- Eannounce t r fnendsand the public generally, that we have just retlTe4 an imcaenee slack of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trade of uartiea wiah JZ TJdsrt&l-er- - Qp: a Very respectfully, CALL is T. F. WILBUKN & CO. CST'S.ore rooms in now Odd Fellows building. tSfMl kinds of Repairing done on short nolice, and in a workmanship srykk we arc prepared to gira special inducements as the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate E&rLOW PRICES Allperssns indebted to the firm of Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, with & Drewry, Hill please come forward and makes horse sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you at an early day, aud make bettltment. Office at E. Collm' drug dore Alexander know what good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't; if you want & Maxwell's old stand. the test give me a call and I will show you. BONDUIUNT & DREWKY. Diamond Sewing Machine, the I an also agent for the light-runniHickman, Ky., Feb. 12, l8bC. ladies friend. N. U. I alo have the hest stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will duJUST RECEIVED A LAHGE ASSORT Customers politely served on short noplicate S&LO W PRICES.-- & MENT OF the street from Holcombe's new drug store. tice. Store across Respectfully, AND AVHRF OLIVER Special Notice. lf Bon-dura- nt first-cla- sa Ccntr actors and Builders of Houses. ng SMHAL Again we make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace E. T. aAmDjCSTER. Chills d We, also, Flows X keep constantly on hand the Mook CT- Mf Laaiiia TO ITeolswear, Hamburg Also, fine and cheap Dfsss Goods, oh.on Spaces, - Em"broidri, Tor duo. MEIKLE & ROELKER SUCCESSORS - Steel Flews. 3. -- EOKTUISTE & SEALEKS coMPAisnr. IIST Ik, Mm, kis,- Cbaioi, Bruh-es- 53a56; white, 57a5Sc Best quality Cotton 4it. Mrs. Jennie Green, Miss Ida Adams and Robert Donglasjleft Mr.W. T. Buckner is repair' on the elegant passenger siesner, ing and generally renovating the Springer, Wednesday night for Heinz brick, Clinton Street, for New Orleans Exposition. grocery house, and dwelling in. Canned CJooJh. upper story. Mr. E. Case, aud K, E. Millet, are wo learn, to open A new lot of all kinds of JelUn.Uar-rowfString a new grocery in me nouse now Apples Peas,Peaches,Beans, Peas, Tontoe, and i at occupied by F. E. Case. F. E. brick. Case goes into the Sohm Latest Styles of Dixbs Goods, at J. AMBERG'S SONS. lloa, at is guaranteed to give perfect sanction, or money refunded. Price 2o ceta of Ladies and Children? box For Sale at MOORE & LAXDIUMS. pr J. AMBERG'S SONS at thousands. What a wonderful compound ing of interest this is to some of us; it is a bigger return on the investment than to draw tho capital prize in a lottery. "What a grand opportunity for the younger members to learn in a few years what watch it took these men on the walls of the educational Israel years of patient observation to find out. Then young members, attend these Associations at every meeting and you will be better men aud women and wiser teachers. Dou't believe everything though that the elders tell you, because grav-heade- widow's mite may sign as large a MALTA DOUBLE SHOVELS, CULTIVATORS, draft upon this treasury aB the CORN DRILLS, Ac wisest and richest that offer their Call and examine PLOWS DRtGS.MEDirlNES our and pri ces. Lower than have ever been sold in this market. SLOOK OUT FOR THE LARGE sundries, paints, oils agents:for the whitb sewing machine. wines and liquors for medical use. R L. MOOREcan be found at Dr. PARIS' Office, to attend night calls at Moore Landrum'. & 'ROOKS, STATIONARY, and Sclinnl Supplies. Fancy GOO D3, TO Yrj, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS Ml Slip, Si!,, h. d J" New We are sole agents for the American Hand-sewe- d Shoe Company, for Men's Ladies and Children's wear they are certainly the best and prof tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our stock of J PKESGHIPTIONS A SPECIALTY HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. MANUFACTURERS O and will fit perfectly, and Is cannot be surpassed it is all custom-mad- e much cheaper than the usual price. We have 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 bar-cains and eood selections. Call and examine our stock and vou will ba convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. J. AMBERG'S SOIL'S. IIST t 1 .t J A dispatch from Stockton, California, says that "Prof. Leon, a tierhtrone walker, called the "Kiugof the Air," while giving a performance on a cable, stretched across the street, fell breaking his Jeff Davis will address of Mexican veterans at neck." Years ago Prof. Leon gave several performances in New OrleanB, April 15. Hickman, and other towns in this Died. section. Porter Vandenberg, wif Mrs. there-unio- n 4-- The Cadiz Telephone is fled with suggestions relative to bild-in- g a railroad to connect the wn with the line now in progressbe-tweePrinceton and Clarks'ile, Tenn. n occasionally you will find one that is liko the backwoodsman who didn't take tho nowspapers and thought Andrew Jackson was still President of the Tftiited States, hasn't read the educational papers, nor seen a work on education pubyears. lished in the last twenty-fiv-e But, fortunately for us, that kind J. DHtTGS, MUSE & JSHAW. W. COWGILL, DEALER trusses ifeo Mary 8cc the new Slippers and Hand Sewed 8. F Vandenberg deceased, foravrh of Shoes, at Frankfort, Ky., departed this lifentthe J. AMBERG'S SONS. home of Mr. Joe Clement in HenrjCojon t. of A.:c?xi The Hickman Circuit Court monia. Her remains were interreinhe She raghe at Fraikfert Drobably adjourned Wednesday. cemetery of Mary P. and J. Hall. ceed profession. TOILET ARTICLES DRUB, MHHGJNH, FAINTS AND daughter Skeggs, accused of the murder of and of Rev. Thonj While it is true that "all work f j deceased of this county. young Hayes.ncar Columbus, was and no pay" would make poor artcjm nar, &0 &8'&r &C:, &C &C. JY acquitted; aua Smith, charged with teachers of the best of us, let me setting fire to houses at Columbus, say that the man or woman who Council Proceediifsj CA&b P J. r i CO MP O b XD EDI "W 83?-- PRESCRIPTIONS ras also acquitted. Our informateaches, prompted by no higher JSTTrescriptions filW a any hbnr, day or night. King night bell after 10 cftlWk MAUai. tion is that Smith was only acquitHickki, Kt . March. Ijt8 motive than the gain of money is P. M. Council met pursuant to adjotmt. ted because of the defective memttcr a failure. BecauRQriU' ory of a witness on the final trial. Present Councilmen BeckmanFrtoth, orwowrr inartewTeachers crow ud Case. Fulton county has more money Metinr called to order by MayotCow1 I rich, and then he is lacking in uthe m J w uBBbiiuui eiouuuiHH oi i great invested in mercantile pursuits gill. Minutes of former meeting raj ani vi$true inu teacher. Such a person than any other county in the Pur- approved. STBKtT WOKE. 3annot devote himself with that So except "McCracken. IjiJUmJliifiauun'uiauiiuuiiiiiuUiji chase, The Treasartr presented the payroll fox. singleness of purpose to the study doe the SUU of Katacky t will, on 5f ondr, the 13th day or Bjr tirte gays the Auditor of the State. 1885, at 1 wark .' o'doeV, p. for ceh at tbe teatt houe door ia Hickman, Ky., to thehigbeit bidder, the )t tne science ot teaching that is 8r for This will have a tendency to give streetwaek ending March 1 following ml S3S lq accessary to the skillful practice E. COLLINS, Proprietor, Twn ni tan MUte belonging to the parties namtd herein to eatitfy the tain and colt due on earns un aad eoita are tooner paid : our neighbors a rest, who have For " T.ZW of 14 it is an art. delighted in speaking of us as the On motion, chtcki were ordered issued! A Lover of The Work. T"he old) pdputar and always reliabl6Hardware hotiafe of (Clinton Street, Alexander & MazuJcll's little county on tho Mississippi. s. him therefor. NAMES Ot Concluded next week:) Fultonian. sho Old Stand,) "al KeaMt retident. (Sty Or Town lo The Treasurer presented his report cated. a $0o band..... TAX PAYERS. A prisoner by tho name of ing halance on8Id report was received a The report Fridav thnt. t a On motion, II I OK il AN, KENTtfCRV. Sflimtor Davis, confined on the charge of approved. j Wade Hampton, X of South Carolim house breaking, broke jail TuesJ na, was in a dyintr 651 8150 riEE DErARTMKT. 2 05 Catlett. Gee. Kast Uickman. .DO !. condition was picking a hole in On motion, the committee on fire day moraine, by Tni. 1G6 405 Old Bicksian. 1883.'&4 12 40 groundless. 320 Swamp Utd. Cnrd. E. H, hri. 217 163 380 DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, the outer wall, and made good his partment was given further thus to repc 90 O. A. Cooter. Has a spletidui Stock bi the very best makes of all kinds of HarrJWari Shaw, Mike 65 1SS3 75 130 45 J. O. A. Cooner. 25 DYESTUFfS, 1SS3 Fame for U $ riian, He 75 100 escape, in Which are offered at U. 45 J. O. A. Cooper. trice or uor. j 25 1683 1 00 fame for L. A Eppi, 75 Gov. Hoadlv is ro npnrlv hlinil TOILET ARTICLES, was being trusted to remain outTrtnth 45 4 O. A. Cooper. for D 25 Same 1883 75 100 On motion, ordered that the street . APnOD. 175 1884 85 2 BRUSHE8, SOAPS, Meke, Geo. E. side his cell, in the corridor or mission er will hrrealter oniv nav Sicf that he cannot see to write a letBondinot.aary SOS 1884 85 Old Biekuabt 290 ter Three Cincinnati oculists are PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. up fires, and day lor labor on the streets. Aadrt hri, 15 to keep 1884 75 Botu, 90 Kait Hickman. 170 XiSbUkArt. Cbok, Jaiperwife 100 1884 60 On motloD 'Council adjourned. ltd i tendance. The finest quality of LIQUORS for Mein some way procured an iron rod 15 Carpenter, Ja. F. 1884 73 Hickman; East tt. . MILLET, tii 30 dicinal purposes, Tobaccos, Cigars, etc. OriHnjO.W.hn, 1881 75 l05 East Hickman; with which he picked the brick Attest, Gardner, Jao. A. 160 940 Sast Hickman. Everything fresh and new. 30 from the outer wall. Sam. hri, 1884 Hayt, 75 1C5 East Hickman. . 90 iST'Save money by buying your MediLacy, Latinl 1884 80 , the market justifies: All goodsjguaranteed k 170 Old Hickman. BateMer shop. and that the V8ry 60 cines, etci, from this house. 1884 75 We have received a copy of O A Hickman. 135 15 MlddUton, B.C. 1884 75 90 East Hickman. be exactly as ref resentedj paper started at Having nmtd a partnership with the Critic, a new Brp Stewart 176 1884 85 WauTeUy. 260 fMiC'ltlPTIOSN. 15 Willett, OiW.r. 1884 73 Old Hickman. 90 TJnion City, Mr. Henry Little, ed- Johnson, far tarrying on the above 7 Babt. Biaferii 5 25 1884 Grief, ElUha new, UiipfiWHl are Hereby notified thf 105 630 Ati experienced and thoroughly Matt Mr. Little is an easy, ele- and after tk 1ft day of April. 715 itor. 140 J?? Mn. Ann Beard. 855 preicriptionist engaged, and ready Walker. Dan hri, 45 wf ' FASHIONABLE 9V i, A. Brigsance. French, 75 130 gant, polished writer, and we have supply them rtfalarly vith the bestp1 t all .hours to fill esorlptions accurately long Known ne wouia mate a beef, pork, &., it the grocery house o BOO nd pfomptl . splendid editor if he should ever J. W.ROGEt S .JOHiisrsoasr, ItarchlS, WS5 obtain his consent to quit the luFair Warn In j?. crative fields of the great lumber Many persons still think it P8 Parties indebted to ui, must settle at Wert corner of Moscow ihe beat of fdr the least money. Experlerieed workmen einblbyeth r remorse that ledr interests and enter a profession STJBSOBIBB FOR THE East Hickman, Ky., nee, or the claims will be put in officers jIpAenues, Che attention of builders especially desired, as this houeo will & anls for collectionthe object of which is no money. Sherman to decline to act on0 r'i2?'wu Jjuaraiiieeu, VY. L'UiUlAfl, a CO. fcial inducements Correspondence aollcited. J. Ajiriv Senate Finance Committee. Long life to the Critic. . grand-daughte- don't attend teacher' associations, either. But this desire to be re cognized as devout, sincere Beek-er- s after the truths of our profession, is not to gain tho ends of personal ambition only, but I am persuaded that a spirit of the purest philanthropy of an unselfish disposition to do good to human' lty pervades the members ot our Hickman, Kentucky PATENT Dm THE OLD RELIABLE Store. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, -- MEDiuMNiES! jfc.as-1- 3 HOME AHcfcid ii$ffft SfiWlNG MACHINESPAIlsrTs 3STE"W BEA&EH I r g DM A - 1 mm k J k 1 M A. - A & - TAX SALE. ! Ar-ril- , RHEiIASIiIS. iElTASS, -- M m , broad-dayligh- t. ' lSS3-46- 4 CO GO h&ll-wa- y, 1883-'8- 4 BO OUTES loi HS m SHOR-North cdm-rete- nt 1 NDFiiMnn w, c. s. f. c, ROOFING. RB-BREVAR-- trade-dolla- - :osi&t&2tf .f? X -z- qqttri; i . 4 -- , : J J iZZKZL- ' . J - j " tiF '.'VtSp ' rfrr-w- .' f:. V . Sf" V'SlS-M- i '' -: jrzjZSB -- 7fffi H 'AfafegtKglBWE TITaTai-m- KJHnkHHfiiHHHilH f- - - "S"TwffTTBfftT i niw..- - - - finT" . ftaaaw J . ., -- . XTST Newiu W s. JNfiW GOODS. .AsTID iSTOW" 02ST XTew Good fe IDIS i v RBOEEVKD. 1 J IT iJU Jh mm d ..'-- ', Goods, Velvets, Hosiery, Tl hite Goods, Lib-enThe finest and most mneilificcnt 1 e of Dry Goods ever brought to the city of Hickman, consisting in part of Silks, Satins, Dress Embroidered Dresses, Fans, Xokmgs Laces. Embroideries, Lace cfrtains, Handkerchiefs, Eibbons, Gloves Jerseys, Corsets, Skirts, Dress Trimmings, Buttons, Swiss entire line of Goods at ten to twenty per cent, less than can be found elsewhere. Call and examine Goods and pnces.and be convinced SkMs &c We .offer that at Buchanan's you can gelyust what you want s, r " .Mil .. T. . - 51fc - THE HICKM&H C9UEISR. nEXAMININGUEHEL. FresU1entthouI(in('1 i at n re- - Our Foreil i Ministers. bns thjt,-likeWforeJg- 4? Cleveland mtn- - aP and the Seekers. Office- - MUTT? TTXTTnM n.FPV TTATtfflTWfl Ah Anecdote. "I was once riding in the cars tleman, "ami suiienng oxcruuiatingtnBoryajrom a prinking, irn A KEXTWC'KY WR.iXCSLE. THE WAY. 23. Ken- - SlierifFs Sale. pointed To S 3 I nfoD City Crillc.l mtn little omM..Mwqqii,nii aipr.r lul are quoted as having a striking The tap of the eleven o'clock tating such as a careless laundress itnnkv has como toy. the frontit Mas How They Are Progressing Ministers stuff, nuoiuer sonBaiToir-to-ttiUVit1cj!xru )?Phelus of Vermont, resemblance to soim of Mr. Lin- bell was the signal, and promptly w,i 8Oinetim0B leave on a shirt been stated as a positive fact for in the Work. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY coln's. For instance, tho other at that hour the prisOnrserofm j pulled, and rubbed, and sonic days that Mr. R.Boydivonld to Gat Britain day half a dozen crood and true taken from their guards. VEhey 4r:e,i t0 smooth it down ; but the be appointed as Minister to Chili. , During the Presidential-paignRobert hi. MSLnno, of Mary-lan- Democrats from a Western State were carried to the Fair GiPnnd plaguey thing .hung there, nnd Secretary Bayard had rocommond-o- d TTT1LL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS nudo the to France." the Democrats went to the Whita House to see and nlaced under a guard. losing all interest m life. him to the President, it was YY intrusted to tbeircar. was fast Factory. George H. Pendleton, of Ohio, tho Preeidont about certain offices argument continually ad persistFrank Freeman was taken to At Topeka a gentleman got on understood, and the thing had Office Furniture to Germany. was board having on a fresh shirt, I been settled. they had como for. There was one side and his examination Mr. Boyd was ently that the Republicans had Henry K. Jackson, of Georgia, perfect agreement among them- commenced thus : saw him rub his sleeve onco or strongiy indorsed by Senators bookB for been keeping the to .Mexico. selves and all they wanted was to "What are the names of tho of annoyance. Blackburn and Beck, and had the years, and that it was oidy fair to Maecmas E. Benton, of Mis- have Mr. Cleveland ' agree with white men who have been con- twice with an air fellow-suffererest of the State delegation on Ah! thought I, a let the Democrats, constituting souri, Attorney for tho United them. Of his doing so they had cerned in tho robbery of Bouses And I felt somewhat comforted. his papers. His name was to have PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, one-hal- f the people of the coun- States for the Western District of little doubt when he heard them in our town ?" But suddenly he walked to the gone in with the batch sent to the Missouri. and1 Will water tank, wot his fingers', ran Senato this morning, but on Sat"adState their ease. They were "Fayette Reinhart try, Jiave the opportunity to KENTUCKY UICEMAlf, Oscar TurOlive." and re- urday them up his shirt-sleevif there was any- SKETCHES OF THE NEW MINISTERS. mitted and a hearty and see CommlsBloBer's Sal". I followod. Then the spokesman promi-uen"Xo one else f" Phelps is turned to his seat with the air of ner laid before Attorney G enf ral rcLToa ciKcniT court, kkktcckt. thing wrong. This was no idle Edward J. of Burlington,a Vt. liet of the party spoke up: 1 his rr&fessronal Servl3! to "No." lawyer a wise man made porfectly hap- Garland the history of Mr. Boyd's OFFERS of Hickman and vicinity MoBes Amberg, Plaintiff, demand, ami President Cleveland is about GO years of age and tho "You see," said he, "we're all "What hand did you have in, or py. It was a revelation to- - me! troubles at Paducah three or four J8D1G- - '60 Equity. Against dono. possessor of a moderate fortune. Democrats, hard workers for tho what do you know about, tlfo mur- lie had wet down the starch prick years ago, and tne appointment is taking steps to have it C. Lcdwidge, &o., Defendant. party and have concluded that der of Mr. Montgomery I" was hold up, so tho story goea of tho Amerier. Years of happiness have beou AH the heads of tho Departments Ho is By virtue of a judgment and order of "I know nothing of it." It is all tho talk this evening can Bar Association and has prac- these offices would be about the added to my life by that man." eale of the Fulton Circuit Court, render-ere- d now are Democrats, and tho Pres litand Mr. Boyd has been tolegraphed At this stago of the game a at the AugtMt tarn thereof, 1S76, before the Supreme Court at fair thing. We're all agreed about ident has caused a committee of ticed (and supplemental judgment rtedtred for ami will reach Washington toWashington, and is now highly the business, and would like to tle persuasion was brought tog Why ISo Didn't Fall. February term, I880), in the above cause, three in each Department, compe- esteemed as a lawyer and man of have it done up right soon." morrow night. Tho matter is bear on tho witness in theifollow-in- Wall Slm-- Ken & for the sum of four hundred and four Mr. Cleveland listened attenway: A rope was fplaced mortification to culture. Ho has several times causiug considerable tent and expert KENTUCKY STREET, Last spring an Indiana man among tho Kentnckians herer as dollars and sevea. cents, with interest at' andjin tho tively as they all spoke around. around his temples, in Dakogo over the books minutely and beou the Democratic candidate for Wheu they had done ho spoke. in constantly on hand for hir the rate of G per cent, per annum frota slack of this, at tho back of his started a bank tho a town October, they say it throws the delegation "T7EEFS sale of Vermont, but so fax-athe 28ih day of February, ISSo, until paidr and ta, and about leak- Governor 1st of closely, to the end that any "Are the men in tho offices not head, a stick was twisted. Ai and $69.60 costs ltreu, I shall procted on the defensive and adds anothHORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. known here he has never held exfor sale at the court house door, strong man turned this stick, and having secured deposits to the one er defeat. ages may bo disco vered, the rascals public office. For two years past of good character?" purchased tin trtaoJe. horaee Huvini: uotico was Ky., to the highest bidder, at f W. B. Plumme r and enttre onSSl They all said they were, and ad- at each turn tho victim wa asked tent of $23,000. aon system of ho has delivered lectures on law found out, and a proper 13lh day morning posted tho doors of we propose to continue the business, and public auction, on Monday, the the same and last question. JNo tho bank reading: "lmporanly Tor stale Scmitor. economy inaugurated. Who can to the graduating class at Yale ded: of April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, r. ., or theresolicit patronage "But they are Republicans and confession on tho point wal elicit- He is tho son of abouts, (being County Court day), upon a-Wo are authorized to nnnounce JACOB 0pf object to this? Certainly not the College. Phelps, of l)a tho deposit- we're Democrats. Wo think turn- ed from him. lie was reminded, clos.ed-ll,Isredit f sis aad twelve months, the for WHITE, of Hickman county, as a candi Vermont, and - Tar nnil tnlroii in mm u...v. RllnHin .. Ora III . IU1I." , J.IIU U1U1KUI ....-.- .,. Democrats who demanded it, and Senator Edmunds was his legal about would be the fair thing." ... auiuu il.i'e to reprei-en- t the counties of Hickman, uu lunni vu v.m ctlrt t.i: DIESTELBEINK lowing described yroyerty, land In Pal-to- n lumper ui mc puuuu Fulton :wm1 Grave counties in the State W. following described tract of taken un. On "Are you preparod to charge helped to elect Cleveland on this preceptor. couuty, Kentucky, vix - The aorlb? nnrfl.infr PreVIOUS tO & big SCOOp. III UIO Senate, to fill the unexpired term of the l.: Rea personal friend them with anything wrong in of- -- i fl i Mr. Phelps is side of the southwest quarter ef seetioa issue. And certainly honest course of half an hour the door late M. C. Vaughan. fWmi i,i,.:di,o Do they administer tho of- IUUUI IUD lUUULilCO III., vuuil.oai.il six, township one, range four west, boundpublicans ought not to object; of Justice Field of the Supremo fice? satisfactorily?" having been concerned m them. was kicked in, the office gutted, fices ed as follows, to wit; Beginning at Clip I.PslNlnfnro. Court, who speaks in tho highest For ffrticles, but no space tonasM-s)and if the rascally ones do, let svprs?aDd9&k in Bayou da Chienr They said they had nothing to When asked if there were white the banker stepped on until ho of his learning. We aro (roods, long and only was to bottom, running thence W, them wince, and tho guilty be pun- Jerms M McLane is the present charge against them, only they men connected with the business two seventeen feet and tho chap RE1NICK authorised to announce J. F. NOtrouble to show tho covner of Troy sweetgum, elm and maple;170 polesosouth-S9-a Robt. as a candidtte to represent andoxie and see, at tbeace inches thick, ho said "Xo." Tho satno gentle were Republicans. Ky ished. Governor of Maryland. ilickmun and Futinti counties in the Low- snd Moscow Avenue. East flick-urpoles to a small elm, hornbeam to "Yon see," said one, perceiving means of persuasion were used who had held a revolver HIT his er House of the next General Asaerubly of t wood ; thence east 170 poles Henry Rootes Jackson is a na?!! remarKouI : "oow, ear Jviauy Kentucky. Nice and eheap stock of Lace Curtains tive of Georgia, and 61 years of where the thing was drifting, "we nn liitn ..ml life l.on.l vena tirinfto.fi three small ash, dogwood and large hicko the begin-- ' 7 fnend, we give you just and Carpets, at ory J theace north 8S$ pole age He graduated at Yale Col- all worked hard for the party last until he fainted. On his recovery - flv unlock that safe J. AMBEKG'S SONS. and ning, containing eighty-nin- e For Jnller. lege in 1S39, and was shortly af- fall and our district gave a larger he said "Yes." Ho was thon ask- I 4 Or sufficient thereof to produoe coiuit ont tho sluga to depos- - Wc are nutliorired to announce THOS Beiiiart AMILY (JROCgRY the sum of money so ordered to be made. terwards admitted to the bar. He majority than ever. Wo thought ed,"Wero not Fayette who were ltor8 in. ,Ol11; dePos,tors V. WALLACE, a a candidate for the offices Will Olive the men go with tho elecFor the purchase price, the purchaser The Fultoriian, in urging the was Colonel of a Georgia regiment tho and 60would como for them." and in with you and these other m0n wero paid m full, and the banker office of Jailer of Fulton Couuty. Elec tion we've with approved surety or securities, must county can- - in the Mexican War, and for four Halms of the Pulton execute bonds, beariog legal interest frouy "When will the terms of the in- in your burglaries?" A little has come East in search of more tion in August next. didatefor the Legislature, says: succeeding years lie was a duuge cumbents expire?" asked the twisting squeezed out the answer, j 1W1 We are authorized to nnnounce JAMES H.' O. the day of sale until paid, and bavins I of a judgment. Bidders t "According to the tradition Of m tne eastern circuit, in ueorgm. P. TAYLOR as a candidate far the office "Yes." (DAVIS OLD STAKB.) Small-Po- x will be prepared to comply promptly wita bulton county. Election 1st conntieHtokinTtimP.ahoutinsent- - In ISod he was sent to represent President.all spoke up: at mount! City. of Jailer.inof August next. "They "Two But why go through' tho sickMonday these terms. United States at Vienna, ing representatives to the Gen-(th- e All kinds f ening details. Tho facts aro thjfee : From Cairo Arsa, 19tli. years." pnlton tria, TherojjJiujdfive years. Wo are authorized to nnnounce JAMES Mound City is" in a panic. An . ...... .Balance on judgment "IDwawyoaro.&ApGjxtmljhoPreSl- - All Qvo liesroes confessed to t.n- mmrr v m k imc wxi a 3 w: mt . i w?r'A wy- - j la Ident, musingly, lntmetliatoiyaaUdicUyinrthoroblieries. NqfLj.V pjdoinic1lptsinalljEpx.haa brokflif Costa in this aotloa...... 69 6f thanHiad a If Mr. Oliver is a better maneieci- - tomac. ?ommrfMf;5eeii 2Uii ihe board of health reported 33 Iwar uaei:on We re authorized to annomce JACOB usually kept u &1t.clMB house, at bot J" "i. -. 'Vf"?tZ?ZZ3&v",?' ,P7 k"":??-.?4oincejuio is opponent, see time lie is cases, all colored excepting two, 'SILVEKTOOIH Amount to be railed $76 6y riouso a. a caudM.te fop tha oin prices. cdrif not, don't. It is no time to has practiced law in Georgia. He i jippcareu at, mo ivnuo auout aim wiing auuui, u,uu..ivu.uuS,,u '" office of Jailer of rulion county. Elec FAUCI' WARSJ35, , ? ; , tne.uer. x'reeman muiiuMMTvBicu iV, staceu tueir case m r" , Padncah has of late years held no public stand an tradition." TEA!, CAXDJst Matter Comrnistioner. ociiuiers. aii omciai oruer tion 1st Monday in August next. office, and is a nian ofindependent same way as tho others. They the names of tho whito liienas has bcen lssne(1 bi' Standard. MINCE. J1EAAT, rJCELlk authorities . riven above. WPrn Tlftmnnrntfi and had ntrreed 0 . , 0 ' requiring all persons to give proof Commissi ob er's Sale. Ah, verily, if Hickman county fortune, and highly endorsed by among CRANBERRIES, II0M1NT, GRITS tnemseives wiio suouiu prominent men of hiB State. Ir. JCIT0 cntCCIT COUSTi XXHTUCSY. would abrogate the tradition is TO have certain offices, the terms of Polygamy's JDculli MONEY Jackson is the author of W.Tjnch, Guardian, Pl'fr., not the burden of proof on that poems, "Tallulab," being several tho incumbents of which would among Equity. Asainst &alt Lake, March 19. The have been dismissed, all public We are Wholesale Headquarters for al not expire for some time. County to show that her candi- them. On Petition x p?te Be ru. church Organ breaks the silence assemblages, whether church or grades of Mr. Cleveland heard them date is the better qualified for the .Sugar, Coffees, Soaps, &c. By virtue of a judgment Aad order off for tho first time since secular, aro prohibited, and the through and then said: "I don't sale of the Fulton Circuit Court, render position, and not on the Fulto-nia- n Mrs. Blaine nnd the Clevc-laud- s. see anything between 3011 and the tho rumor of tho coming abroga- - skating rink has been discontin- - CH&WIH, SK0BIN& TOBACCO and G1UBS not be undersold. d at the February erm thereof, 1885, is Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &c the abovo cause, (this sale being made for ? We quite agree with the offices except tho law and my tion of polygamy at the spring ued. TI10 people are excited with and will job to dealera only at Factory conference It argues againstit, j reports, many believing there are pri ces; also the division between joint owners;, I shall' Standard that the test should be The event. and tho sensation of promises to see it executed." proceed to offer for sale at the court house-doobut does not absolutely deny it, , more cases than those reported to Dental Scotch and "capacity and qualification," but Miss Cleveland reception, last To another company on a simi- admitting at the same time that the board of health, and the in Hickmas, yn t0 the highest bidfeior Scotch Saturday afternoon was the call lar errand ho said: "There is a der, at public autron, on Monday, the 13th the "tradition courtesy" of alter- of Mrs. Blaine. Tho fact of the church favors the I ease has sprung into its formida- - the best in the market- - We also kep (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) that law bearing on the question and day of April, 1886, at 1 o'skek, r. m., or nating tho member presumes that Mr. Blaine had called on the Pres- I have had something to say my- step. It closes a long editorial by ble proportions so rapidly a much constantly on hand a choice selection thereabouts (being County Court day), of upon a credit of six months, the purchaseach county hns eqnally compe- ident the day beforo brought self about removals and appoint- - saying some members of the church further spread of it is feared. er having the privilege ot payin; the FAMILY GROCERIES favor the step. It closes a long fn4-ei to people's faces, TTlrtl vaii nill tii I tvf tent material. The truth is the strange smiles purchase price in cash, the following deCOKFECTKTRRIE3. saying the members of itorial by PcmocmtN Appointed. scribed properly, AXD FRUITS, The following, Democratic party is the responsi- and all who read the campaign lit- letter to i. Mr. Curtis. .i Neither' the Church who leol and talk fa- : erature wondered how either one UVV.UIU t,U IIU'U 1V.I.VMVU JV7U1. cv James D. Porter, of Tennessee, which we will sell very low for the caih. tracts of land in Fulton county, Kenble power in Kentucky, that par- could consent to sneak to such a tentionnndl-willbegladttucky, vlt . A part of the N. E. quarter send yorably for tho abrogation of doc- Assistant Secretary of State. I'lcse call and see us. -points aro tho reverse of John D. C. Atkins, of Tennesof section 4, township 1, range 4 west, aad ty has to bear the censure of e man as their own newspapers and you copies of both. .2ST3Dknown as lot No. 5 in the Commissioner's strong. They probably beloug to see, Commissioner of Iudian AfFUQVA & DcBOV. and unhealthy legislation, orators iiau represented the other division tho class who believe in the full- - fairs. CONFECTIONERIES, Report ofdeceased, of the lands of B. W to be. Mr. Blaine made his call and therefore that party ought to Easley, STAIIYIXKTO WE.VTII. bunded as neas oi lup gospei jib Montgomery, of CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR. Martin Y quietly at an hour when no one at the N. W. corner of 1st select its candidate or candidates else was likely to bo at tho White turougn joBcpi ouihu Ho. 3 ; thence west 55 poles lea stake; jMichi Commissioner of Pat cro:R,:D-Ajfciecy". ,in each and every county. The House, but Mrs. Blaine came in A Drenilful Tale ortlie Siiircriuc; of most wish they didn't, or, at least, ' ents. gai 1,. thence south 72 8- -1 lth poles to a stake; thence to N. W. corner of lut No. 4 ; thence-easPeople In ilij Ituck CuimtiCN uf party cannot shirk the responsi- tho thick of a crQwdcd reception that it was not true. They would Milton J. Durham, of Kentucky, MR J. J. DUG AN, well known to the 55 poles to a stake ; theace aorta 1 Wct VI glum. bility if it would, and should not and immediately centered all eyes like to do the will of God, provid- .First Comptroller of the Treasury. most of the old citizens of Fulton county as degree east 72 poles to the begla-ninDEAlXIt IS ing it is strictly in accordance with Malcom Hay, of Pennsylvania, a responsible and competent carpenter and could. If it upon her and raised people on Charleston, W. Ya., March 23. containing twenty-fiv- e builder, haa again located at Jordan, this acres. AUor tmt tip-toKeports of great suffering from their own. with astonishment at tho an undivided First Assistant Postmaster Gener- county, for the purpose of carrying on his part of the d See (be Tate Style Clothing and low half of the east of the S, E. quarbusiness. Reference is made to any and scene. She advanced straight to- several back counties among the al. at ter ot section 4, township i, raage 6 weiU for ward Miss Cleveland, was present- people and stock for want of food Joseph R. Ryan, of Nevada, all of the numerous pirtiea gone whom he Tho Facts. . J. AMBERG'S SONS. For the purchase price, tha Darehassr, in has by JSD ALSO. Commissioner of the Mint at Car- eons done workwork he yearsline, pleasePer ed to her and to Mrs. Hoyt, and have been extant for some time, with approved surety or securities, must desirine in "his The following statement embodad were tho re- with a few words passed on. She but not until dress him at Jordan, Ky. Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and allkind execute bond, bearing legal Interest fros ies facts which fairly present the son City, Kev. A Kentucky paper charges declined the invitation to go back ports confirmed. A gentleman situation at Washington. Says Win. 0. Girard, of Xevada, Suof Wishing Tackle andSnppHes, at a bar- the day of sale until paid, and aevrat; and effect of a judgment. Bidders perintendent of the Mint at Cargain, G'rocerfes and Family Supplies genthat the Tennessee Legislature of tho line in the Blue Parlor to wuo nas iraveieu inrouguiiraxier, tho Commonwealth : DISSOLUTION NOTICE. will be prepared lo toatply proaptlj wills erally. with tho court circle, and Gilmerand Calhoun counties, says son City, Xev. f adjourned in a body to !New Or chat immediately out "The policy outlined by the Ad- - Henry L. Muldrow, of Mississ- rplIE firm of Willingham & Oliver, be. these '.erms. went and to her a few ciays travel in tho counties iniBrt!oil , t0 raake(changes GEO. WARREN, loans for the purpose of witness carnage. &ue wore tne stern anu uauiuu iias proven tuo uusiuuuuu . ing dissolved on the 12th of March X , ippi, Assistant Secretary of tho 1S85, . LOWER an LOWER. Hatter Commtmfiir. " e55Lb. Mr Oliver selling his entire ing the sun in eclipse in that city. lofty . air of .one who ? sol - ' and suffering to bo indescribable.. DUUU1 111U . ... ...1 II t ". Interior. J. Sparks, of Illinois, interest in same to J. T. Willingham, the All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. UAIIllttilUll 4l. - -T "' Win, A. CetumlMieBer' Sale. iuu pcuio uir. They laughed at the argument of emn uuiy, auu iuo wnoie iwo mm i" president public are notified of said fact, and all as cheap as tho cheapest. I will not be rULTOX CIECUITCOUBT, KE5TUCKT.. .li'iilioMSt uteactllehHhe udienee breath- - on the verge of death by starva- - U?X Commissioner General of the Land persons indebted to the firm of Willingham undersold. tho "conservative members who JOHN WITTiNG. & OliTer, or tho old firm of wade &. Will??', ! fJ JJ? JS had disappeared tion. The stock are no better off H. A. Tyler, Plaiatiff, T the Office. same phenom less. Whence contended that tho ingham, .Against "Xw Ho wTuld like Daniel McConnville, of Ohio, settle, andnre notified to come forward and through the doorway, each woman! than the people, tho animals dy. save coats, as favors cannot HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS T. E. & Corinne GleesoarDrtt J enon would occur in Nashville on looked at her bewildered neigh-- 1 ing for want of food. The suffer- Auditor of tho Treasury for the to any one. By virtue of a judgment aad order-oX" " r "riv the,fiame.daj hoc nnd aaked. ".What does itmg is great m itoaue and Jacuson from his path. As tho Executive, Postoffice Department. J. T. WILLINGHAM. sale of the Fulton Circuit Ceart, Tender" HICKMAN, KY. mean?" Tho Democrats took it counties. In some sections of the Jordan, Ky , March 26, 1835. ed at the Febraary terta Itoree'j; 1865, la JAE. H. Berey has been elected jubilantly asf a? sign that Mrs. stricken districts tho people are however, is to enforce tho laws, A CIcHuSweepln tPiefteuth. the above cause, for the saa ot Its Mb he cannot ignore this, no matter by the Arkansas Legislature to Blaine had 'leome down," as they subsisting on beans and a gruel how much he would like to." dred and eighty-nin- e Special diipatch to the CommercUt. dollars aad elgkty 3B6.C;- ESTRAY NOTICE, . cents, with interest at the rate of 6 eucced Garland iir the U. S. Sen- expressed ltjlottiers believed that made from wheat ground in coffee-millLexington, Ky., March 22. may be added that if at the It cent, per annum from the 28 h day ef The greatest suffering exMr. Blaine hadsed extraordinary up as estrays, by W. D. Mr. Edgar S. Wilson, editor of the ate. DSA1X& IS February, 1885, until paid, aad $48.i ists in tho parts isolated from close of Cleveland's administra- now Mississtppian, at Jackson, TAKEN on his farm, in Fatton countyr eloquence to bring it about, and costs herein, 1 shall proceed te offer towns and railroads, whore sup tion the Republicans retain pow- Miss., is in the city en route home Kentucky, about five miles south of Hick Ecouomy has swept many use-Ie- s the third explanation was that the plies cannot be gotten for miles. er they will find the civi service for sale at the coart hoase door, la Hickroan, 1 mooly cow aud calf. Said cow with ITALTAR AWUr Amxkicak Marbw man, Ky., to the highest bidder, at paMie from Washington. He has for a slight speck of white about the Jaws, about employes from the White call was made chiefly as a taunt law in favor of Democrats and auction, ok Monday, the 13th day ef House and departments already, to President Arthur and his sis- A store cannot be found, and those against Republicans. Then they longtime been Senator Lamar's n or seven years old, with crop, underbit MONUMENTS, TOMB have scarcely enough April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, p. ., er thereAND GRAVE and overbit off right ear, orop and underbit ter, to whom she has not spoken that are kept confidential secretary, and is unbut the work has not yet fairly abouts (being County Coart day), Bpea a on hand for tho use of the propri- will bo as anxious for its reneal as doubtedly on the inside ofthe Ad off left ear; the calf has same marks. The-coThe new heads of depart- since November. Democrats now are. What is now credit of six months, the follewiag deis valued at thirteen dollars, and the etors' families. The low state of sauce for tho goose will STONES. ments must first get acquainted scribed property, to wit. East HkkBta then be ministration. He says that there calf at two dollars, by T. W. Drewry. wells and springs during the will bo a general sweeping out of Given under my band, Maroh 21, 1885. vicinity lots Nos.92 aad93,aa knows aad with their duties and tho real sitPeddlers' Licenses. drouth last summer and fall sowed sauce for the gander. s received a fine lot of Amer designated upon the plan or map ef X&st R. 8. MURRELL. J. F. C. C. throughout the uation. To put in new nun and Fbankfort, March 19. The tho seed of disease. Many peoHAVING Italian Marble. I am r.r- - Hickman, Ky. aad vicinity, la Faltea South in a very short time, and A copy attest. sweep out at the same time is an Court of Appeals decided ple aro sick. Tho difficulty in getpared to fill all orders, Call aad examine county, Kentucky. Or safieiest thereef Its ILegal Aspect. W. P. Taylob, C. F. C. C. the places will be filled with Demoarduous undertaking and must be the very important case of Eash ting medicine adds to tho terror ur work. to produce the sata of money se ordered "Oh, Mr. Smith," said a young crats. Ho thinks tho Senate will Orders from the couatry promptly to be made. For the purchase priee, a done slowly to bo done well. in substance, of tho situation. All through the loiltr t a nliiirn.li fiiir 'T vs. Holloway, which , .rmr probably adjourn purchaser, with approved sarety er next Tuesday. THE BARTER GROCERY- way 26 , ..' of wares and Koiniifl flio prnni: iroi-- nn . . Ro- requires all peddlers " rities, must execute bead, bearing legM Brother Burchard, of Rum, eip ior a moment." Tho Southern people, he says, are citiof interest from the day ef aale aatU paid. memory, merchandise, regardless State li- short last year, and the suffering M. MONTGOMERY, Mr. Smith. so far delighted with Cleveland's J. "Certainlv." renlied manism and Rebellion out a zenship, to MR. to Lis friends and the public that and having the force aad effeet ef a Hm is bevond the comprehension of administration. has been retired from the ministry cense. The take license those who havo not traveled "what can I do for you 1" meat. Bidders will be prepared ' amount of the he has opened a new and fresh supply o "I have just sold a tidy for fifon account of old age, on a yearly is 100 for the State-at-largply promptly wita these terse. or through the mountainous regions. all kinds of Familt Groceries, which he 25cts Lower than the Lowest teen dollars that cost fifteen cents, stipend of $500. While every 65 cents Oitr Xext will sell as low as the lowest. He ia reaeach 100 voters when Amount of jadgaeat...... dy at all times to exchange' Groceries al I have no clerk expenssB Be Democrat in tho land wishes long only one for more counties are ask- The wheat crop is short and far- and I want you to toll me what From rdnch Nkj 4.5 tiore res cash prices pay cash for all ay GTeceriee, and interest to day of sale. years of peace and prosperity to ed for. orPeddlers of tinware, mers in the stricken section are per centage that is." Capt. T. C. Allen, of the Prince- any kind of for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, er 4a Losts ia tan aetwa.. nyt corn. marketing that the farming therefore can sell as cheap as tie eheap "A transaction of that kind, my ton Banner, is mentioned by tho Brother Burchard, the Louisville stoneware, tar, turpentine, lamp- unable to procure seed friends may bring in. eet. dear Miss B.," said Sir. Smith, Livingston Sentinel as a favorite ket price always paid. The highest 'mar Star Best brands of WitleHberg and Lon Amount to be raised thinks it is doubtful if all black, agricultural implements, Times ... JW2.3& Iour, 25 eeats cheaper thaa the low the Evancelists in tho laud could sewing machines and portable Geu, Grant continues to got who is a lawyer, "gets out- of por for thenext governor of Kentucky. J.M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. GEO. rTAKREN, "u JOHN WITTING. centage and into larceny." numn one prayer in his behalf mills are exempt. Why not? Capt. Allen Is a polworse, and his physicians say ho from a Republican heart. ished, educated gentleman and cannot last much longer. It sureFINE HORSES FOR This is the time when Demo- would do honor to tho position BOOTS AND SHOES. SALE! EETHE'3 SALOON, Russia-ioccupying important ly ought to be a lesson to con- crats will show whother they are Besides, he is a true representaGreat destitution exist in por0n? 'nwcghbretl Stallion. stant smokers, that in so short a tions of West Virginia. In Jack- posts in Asia, and threatens In time three of tho greatest men of Democrats for principle or. Demo- tive and a western Kentucky man and rfiErl. i r7?!?) M!l at a No. 1 draft A PM3JJSAST dia, England is alarmed and son county an organization has reasonable V. and as thorongh a democrat as .STS vaoa. country have been killed by crats for office. between tho j,jr- - vr. au on or jMjdr-I'l FRESH BEER eeaslatly been fornied to forcibly compel a there is talk of war England and this "trod in shoe leather." Tho smoking to excess. B. H. Hill, of . New Spring Good, nu-- at ... i Keeps in stock the very Best Material, ; DEE REED. jarsand Tobaeee, of the beet Tood remaining in two countries. If division of the democracy can go farther and fare and keeps only tho best workmen. Work Carpenter, of 3Iich-igaFatreaage sHcite- j. AMUEKG'ssorra T- fttv 27, 1885,4w. the neighborhood to preserve the Russia wero to lock horns, it Georgia; Matt Grant. worso in making a selection. aeT -- W guarrtteed., Repairing solicited. 4ft. aud Gen. would be,a lively figM. yai life ofma'i and beast. from d, V 5 J2nvot'h"!ptJurmi2 They Did Wot Corigggg through Kansas," remarked a gen r KCAU TURXEIt III.OCKS SptcUl Dispatch to 1? j the 1 Vrom X.ou!Tll!e Commercial. J. IV. 31 111; II l VlUtUiiUIUO Jluraer. i jt tie Cmimrcial.1 H. A. & R. T. Tyler, sayings Washington, March Attorneys at Iiaw, 2-- 1 r. ex-ami- Bj virtue of a judgment and order of which isssed froa sale, directed to the Clerk's office of the Fulton Circuit Court, la favor of Kinney, McLaughlin Sc Co, el als, against J. B. Brown; I or one of my Deputies, will on Moady, the I3ch day of AyrH, 1885, betwe the bourt of 10 o'clock, a. u., and 2 o'clock, r. n., at the Court House door in Hickman, Fulton County, Ky , expose to PUBLIC SALE, to the highest bidder, the ollowisg pr openly, to wit: LotaNo.203to 22B" tnclusife. Block 7 East Hiokman, Ky., Except 5S feet oa the East side tha.eof, levied upon as the property of J R. Brown TERMSBale will be raade on ar credit, of three months, bend" with approved security required, bearing interest at tho rate of Der eeni. er annum.- from day of Salerand having the force and effect of a Keplevian Bond. W. A. SHUCK, Shff. Fulton Co. March, 23, 1885. af t .- - - - hand-shakin- g e, 1 ! nt ,' sale livery stable t book-keeper- s, Paris Parkek, s . or ! - . to-w- it .- Uj;n. !- -- . Family .- ge ) J - n, and-crooke- j t- - P f i'-"- !" JUDGE, he-for- and-effec- f j r w m . 1 . . "" .- -, Misrsiti SVE ," "M.tiZWM i a-dis-porti- UOB, to-nig- ht f-- M r GROCERIES to-wi- t. ' un-riB- iiiou follta-Beginnin- g T, F. B. CASE, t &-l- lth g, e pri-ee- i Family Groceries; one-tes- ta uaii-vide- 1 to-da- y the-forc- e !.!... i tli; ""ico Jhn $ i j.f .;. VJ J?' S f e. fr bo-gu- n. office-holder- to-da- y 0'"" n Procerus. e and - s R. GLAZIER. TCJ!!. -- n, 1 ". aa BE0T. be. 4 it 3?vx is - i .