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Qgaw r sr - HICKMA II COURT ER '" " '""' T"fcrbaBtrect, next door to City Hall. y 7""" I ii Fine Job Printing -- EXECUTED .' With Neatness- - and Dispatch. S.A.I.E BILLS, ErTTELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, S. - r r ', - " i "j , "" -- GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Xlo OlUtiHt IN'bwtSjmpoi- in - 'SSui Kontuajcy. 3. 1S85. . TH! '' " - " W' BILL-HEAD- nsrvii-A-Tioisr- s. JUCE OF SUBSCRIPTION. fil.50. A ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUfo FRIDAY. APRIL idformiUlon TajM VOL XX.-N- OJ tr3 p? i i- - to travel. Then van can satisfy SCIENCE. Hei6tfliv3eracdsrntleaii4 good to rae alyour curiosity wiithout undergoinjr the ways: for tlio Pdrtolt of Scientific pvivations that one must mwt Who cOos the Talent from girlhood, shall love I have lored-hinKnoxileilge Generally Hereditary. him till death. I diil and liUilrtkl iii olhors have The hose' ha has made mo a truo lover's A somewhat remarkable event done, ttnd coirie back to tell and record Eden, SUCH cxpneucia a.s uiey never Wduld Kxceptfor aecrncnt that's lurking beneath: in lC84, in the liisttiry of tho Hers I Sit and embroider, pahit plaques, and have passed through had they had the University of Edinburgh. That instittl-tio- n 'write poetry. slightest Idea of what was before them." i Aad wait for his coming his fond little had beert ill bxiilcncn for it hundred prce rress-Ddfail wife: ) ears before a single chair in medicine But when I rush to him and ask if he love i w. mo. was instituted in it. It was now that PA'MILY DISCIPLINE. He kisses me, saying: you bet your sweet ' Jifo." Sir Robert Sibbald, famous as a naturTheory s. I Practice In the Matter of alist and an antiquarian, O, brr can I bear it? For love is so serious. was appointed ,' Ialntalnlng Parental Authority. So sweet, and so solemn, that cmpi thn profesdr of tlld Healing art. The mediDamr I have josl brought to the surface il .The true heart must feel when its dcciwsn cal faculty in the University, which had OUtnourinir brief es3t5iritteii By iUySdif at the age so humble a beginning, has grown with Is met in such fashion with jesting and Of niiftlt'Oiif and which shows that I was sialic wonderful rapidity, for it has now some Hut the end Is approaching, and, e'en though a 'good dal smarter then than I am sixteen professors and more than sevenit kill rae, leavo now. Notv.1 am a little bothered about teen hundred atudonbs. I'll gard him, since surely he has no re-- . In another what tolo with children, but nt that department of ?cteuc? several plumbers rerhwwifo or when I asked if he Of A ScdtiHh family were milking thb , . Icyed rao time vaXmblo iiifttrilirtiitti) Oozed dtit til He'd aever havo answered "Why, cert, my fMiO $vl luassive Skull at all times. name of Gregory knolvn in divers parts' Utile. pardT' of the world. It is remarkable that in Adam Clark, in Hatchet. ' The essay goes on to say that "hist as different universities over. Unless successful in iimlin-- j anil three brothers . & ?taking whales, all sail would bo setrand f the twig ivbent the treeY inolincd." I held chairs of mathomatics. Their ."THERE SHE BLOWS!" away we went for some other cmisinra do not remember whetlmr tbia !u nrifr?. fathor is said to havo been the first ground. M nal or iwU 1 am inclined to think itis owner of a barometer in Scotland, and As soon a whale is struck Old Sailor's Story of Life on appear in asgreat numbers, nridsharks U5t. Several other startling theories being able to foretell the weather, mado An lliey a narrow escape of boing prdsOdutod never leave the whale fUr &u instant are enunciated in this paper, among for witchcraft. OuO of tlid sdn Board a "Whaler untilt is towed nloa; side, stripped of others that the child is father to the Wft tho iilvOntor df tlld relle'ctirig 'S. us IT II ana castaunit; then they go man. This may bo true generally, and telescope, Which gave" hinl si familiarily oiuiiocr A01 That Faacy I'alnta V" It Ills Adice with the carcass. Thwe sharks arc biff yet there are ovueption. The child with thd slnrs uilkuowil td Vo'Yoanjf Mn Going fellov5 and very ravenous. When Ibe lhftA 4 father" to the wdniaii, br, ill rare astrologers. His birthplace . - lag Is Embraced In the whale is secured to the ship tome bnl Cases pel haps, theehild may be. mother was the old manse of Drumoak, on the "Word Don't. must go over upon him, cut open the to the man or even mother' to the banks of the Dee, a few miles above blubber and hitch a tackle-bloc- k Aberdeen; but little could ho havo thereto. woman. Whtfn the right kind of a man wakes dreamed as he ported in his boyhood This-Isuch dangerous business that "One of the Detroit dailies recently g near the bright and rapid river, that take turn at iL They up to lind himself a parent, all his contained an interview with ft "gentlesmartness goes away and he stands two hundred years nftorward, far up would be snaypeil $ by the sharksjn a man who once made a there in the preonee of cruise minuto bUl extremely mountains and in a whaling vessel, and I read it with thelu with for two men who. protect florid chunk of qitifnl, abnilied and among thethe outskirts of beyond what Civilization, WOre then spades that peculiar interest, for it recalled inci- were ground as sharp as a razor and ftn.idiK sltlicitOus ftnd ra'tled. He the Qddcri of England would build ft dents connected with my youth that I were ued to cut bluhber. If it ihdrk finds that he" kilows less aboiit Ihis fristlo dn its banks and woo in these wilds the caini and d jiuestic bfp got too closo to the boabtecren dnuof gilne3is business than he" supposed. He can never forget," remarked a d theso men would jab a spade intdhmt can ndt cdncnl tile fact that he is green. which eluded her grasp in the dlder palresident of this city yesterday. with his might and he would laake a the "Family Physicians" and "Every ace of the Empire. Strange to tell, a From it the general reader would ob- oil all hitrry. ' 'uan lvs wwn uocior oooks thai lie man who had made so remarkable a use in a ) ,h.!ls lately have not taught of his eyes was struck with blindness tain & sort of an idea of what life on Diifiug tfic Ijoard a 'Blubber Hunter' is, but only hands were on dntv durinc thn dav him how to nick uu his own child with while observing the satellites of Jupiter, and died epough to excite curiosity, and possibly until six p. m., at which time TudfVf out making the mo-.- t common plug of a at the early age of thirty-seve- n a few days afterward. His sad lot rea yearning for more of the same kind of the crew went below, but relieved the parent laugh himself to death. work of discipline information, liis experience was gained other watch at midnignr, and all went in.Later on theforward auxiously comes minds us of Beethoven and his deafness. He looks to the Down through son ami grandson passed on duty again at six a. in. In ojner fifteen or twenty years subsequent to words, six hours out day when the child will be large enough the hereditary talent, science, auu the of the twontv-fou-r mine, and possibly the practices atrd Was all the rest any man of us 'could so that he can exercise tho great prerog- hereditary claim to professorship.. Our usages on shipboard were changed some- get. Vaols that "wont around Capo ative of spanking. Finally the time minds are carried back to Sn' Isaac what during that period. Certain it is Horn, or Capo Homers as they Wore tomes. He has asserted himself in his Newton and the foundations hwas laythat my experience differed materially called, making voyjrM of four or five ui n hoitse. and has spanked liis own ing so firmly of the empire of physical from his, and was not such as to incline years, uoeossarily carried morri meu to and blodd. How proud he feels! science, which had grown o wonderone to try a second vovage. man their boats: and hrtd sd manvmen esit he wishes that he could go and fully since his day . Somenay le dis"When 1 made a fool of mvsolf and on board Unit Oven while trvin-.oudrown himself somewhere. All day posed to contrast the cam pursuit of went to sea (see a whale and other til lf of the crew could do all the long he knows that his wife will meet science, as followed by titae men. with ,"""v'"' iu mention; me Work, so as oon as a whale was se- him at the door with the dead child in the heated coiitiicts t the religions T P whaling business was at its best, and the cured to the ship they used to .set regu- her amis. Ho sees the little fat hands, wdrld. Hut the philophors were not system of bounties that he speaks about, lar watches, four hours on ttnd four resting sd still and sd white" Oil the always so calm, aftenrall. One of tho were trot in vogue Officer, and men hours off, day and uight baby's breast, that they seem to clutch Gregorys who had aihiloophical dishad a certain lay' or share of the oil and rest cold and pute with Huygeny showed no small "Tito time required td secure his own heart-strintaken, although it was the custom then ft whale, stripusuallv bluubor, trvitout, heavy on his heart. heat in mainUunin his ground. And off the to offer to lit out men on the 'strength' store the 0:1 And clean the sh"ip;,was If the baby is dead when lie gets home as for the ohurcb the blame of the or success of the .voyage. If the vovage about it Week. The first lire under the he will be "a murdoror. Peoplo will strife was no mfre to lw laid to her turned out badly, and .the men wcreTn try kettles was started with wood, point him out as he goos along the charge ihan iiwhs Apdoalyptio vision. debt to the ship at its close, that was the it was thereafter fed with what but street aud say: "There is the man "who the blame ol fiv commotion that folara owner s loss. - . called 'scraps' the refuse of the blub Bpanked his'little child imo an early lowed the bir of her child was td be . "ITicre laid td theJharsre of the woman at .ome voting men w ho ber alter it has pas-e- d through the try-i- n grave." Ho gdes home early from his bootless whose sideOdd tlie great rod dragon yead the Free Vrcss who have become process Of this try ing-oproour ner child as soon a it firwl Wll a deir in irn t c.... What I cess I can give you no more ac dav's work, trembling td know tho ready to shall ay to you Ls .spoken with a desire curate idea than by quoting, from woYst. His w:fd tells him that the baby-ha- should b m.frof. Blatkte, in Me to ctetec them from taking such an ill- - . iwvi poured a gallon of kerosene into the wrA s nroivnc 'Histore iiffar barrel ami saitett me liens, auu Hula tlid vivustup. Fish.erfeS.', ,. sailor's life, and -r RECKONING TIME. man arg: "Thank fiodl and oniiJii(uiiineverenprfflMit'hTrr-r;AriW- ? iVueJlVSllN.'lHloroui)flltand.viiilnAt part'oi'i&ewnaimbnsinesgjijuir si tWliicklHu.i-mor, in fnlln... V. U..1 R yirJ T appropnatelv comparetl ......? mue i'tl.. vuuuing 1S..1- - iuinu .. you used fTho 3retlsd, oy an (ins i'coiies. ma. mat than Da-uui me me ami " "... 'iiino .l'Jfl.'' calling ol a sador is a noble one when picture of the infernal regions. It re- tr. nnilt.rt Among many peoples the modod of Her sarcasm falls harmlessly on lis entered upon and pursued bv anyone quires but little stretch of the imag.na-tioreckouing time do not doserve the having a natural taste and inclination to suppose the smoke, the hissing happy heart. He then resolves t& m that direction, coupled with a desire boilers, the g crew, and discipline may go to grass; he will ot name of system. Tho Otaheitans used and determination to make it a life busi- the wave of flame that burst now and have the sightless eves of his dead hnv the changes of the moon and the grdwtli ness aad to achieve success in its pur- then from the Hues of the furnace, a haunting him during business houiy he of the broad fruit; the Makha Indians suit. But to go to sea, a thousand-- do, part of the paraphernalia of a scene in prefers a liveAjmche savage to a ale, on Cape Flattery the moon and the silent and merely to gratify an idle curiosity or the lower regions. Our ghost loking whim, or to getaway from the restraints who always had something characteris- over his shoulder while he is tryng to seasons, of which latter they distinguished two, tho cold and the warm; of home, is the worst step anv bov can tic to say of e nry thing, very sagely re- think of a hard won!. And ;us, for one cause and pother, The Muysca Indians, aceordingto Humtake; and he finds-i- t out to liis sorrow marked on one occasion when uearlv very quickly, but, alas! too late. I speak suffocated with smoke: 'If this isn't the proud and defiant young nVgwump boldt, had 37 lunar months in their ironi experience, for I have sailed many hell on a small scale I don't know what of nineteen at bust becomes tfc quiet, cycle, and 20 of these cycles formed a gentle, loyal serf with thupiuk and latger one. Where there were no voyages, and the last one was on a to call it! festivals connected with the now Whaler. That cured me. " 'Of a sperm whale of the chubby foot of a baby acroi his neck. "In fitting out a whaler, the number largest size, or about eighty-fou- r feet in Ttjcre is still discipline in he family, or the full moon, peoplo gave up tho year altogether and adopted of men shipped depends upon the num- length, the dimensions may be given as but it is not the kind he ha advertised luni-solthe solar yearrjjily, ber of boats carried, and this, in turn, follows: Depth of tlje head, eight or to make a feature in his hrme life. themselves depends upon the tonnage of the ship. nine feet; breadth of the head, live to An old friend said to fnc not long to bringing day and night into conA small brig or bark never carries more six feet. The depth of the body seldom ago "I thought when rou liccame a nection with it As far as possible, and than three boats and these tire theclass exceeds twelve or fourteen feetC so that parmt you intended tub flve discipline pay ing no regard to the moon's course. of vessels that used to cruise in the South the circumference of the largest sperm; in your family. Instead. of that you It was soon found that the solar ear Atlantic for sperm whales. Larger ves- whale will seldom exceed thirtv-si- x feet. have to play hore or make a jackass of was approximately 365 days in length, sels, those that used to go around Cape The sporru whale has forty-tw- o teeth in yourself every time your children want and this we find first in the year of Horn to cruise in the Pacific, never car- tlie lower jaw, but there are none in the. you to. Seems to me'if.I had announced the ancient Egyptians. Thev 'divided ried less than four boats and were Jitted upper, which insteau presents depresj for years that I was going to have dis- their solar year of 365 days into each of Ctvna fitA nrtmi 30 ont for sperm and right whaling. These ciuin luiiusiruiiwiiJii (n uuu iui Mia ioj cipline in mv family I'd have it now or 12 months, dnvs tu i.t.il na tuj they added . supple! to which whalers were fitted out for a cruise of ccption of the points of those in th,3 ust-- " "James, -- aid L to him, in a musical montary days. The years were counted four, or five years, the boats were twenty-- lower jaw. L ttr tne nmounb oi on a s nerni whnld lone to twenty-eig" l believe you recognize according to the reigns, nnd the Canon six feet in length.With "vji T nw u... r t10inoll",':clI)hne when cu see lU i lie tact is. of Ptolemy is a chronological table livoars from fifteen to seventeen font ln-- . Itll n1t co and each boat carried about 350 fathom-- . ' tnntnra and nnt-it,aflTe hare niO"" discipline in our family ing the commencing years of the varinn nf it, than we know wfiat to do with. lam ous kings. Tho anie form of year is ot line coiled in two tubs The South ftnoisurn.l ,,m,,t .WtvWi,, grown, , dose twenty-- found among the Persians, with the .r i Atlantic "whalers were fitted out for .!... .4.V in J l UI1L. llllllUlLU UllllVUM setting a ., " . , v i lMV ""' Wt " 9 " uuneeu un.es difference that the supplementary days shorter cruises of oil. It has often been said that morf f are added to the eighth and not "to the .w ...- - - .w ......-..- . '"A boat's crew comprised nn officer t'iiiiii7 nun toenn im in - f ii n i dT '.'i,nM. ! a batter man. We have a large amount. twelfth month. Their months had .n,v i. (the Captain or one of the mates), who names, not numbers, and their years was called the header; a boat steerer, may s'eem. 'some captain" that i"W $W. discipline, otir h?.usc- - Tnei 'ltJj were reckoned from the accession of wfio was also the harpooner, and four known would not lower a boat for them ..f"8 anot th? fniuily an use cuiiiircn uo not seem to crave ii, so i Sezdegird, nn era from which the Persailors, six in all. The boatstecrer al- fn tlof ifiv ways pulled an oar until the boat was Aii.,..,h t I....... .. c:i.. i.f..rl?m using it myself. 1 don't like to see sians, especially in some parts of India, Xje, in Ingle-- still count their years. It is remarkanear the whale, when he exchanged it the mast, Seen around Cape Horn nndH"1"11 wastcd."--9- iK ble that so inexact a year, originating for a harpoon and stood ready to dartit the Cape of Good Hope, yet my voy ageJ1- thm so long ago, should have existed through into the whale. in a whaler was to the South Atlant'cl centuries down to our own day, aliWAbNT MtKt. "It "was usually the custom to shin all on which cruise we touched at Fay al,l fhe green hands possiblo for the reason i Pcroambueo, St. Helena. TristanL. , , . though its incorrectness was early , The Egyptians, for. whom recognized. ' that they could be lured cheaper than d'Acunha and other Islands in thei tK ior a "to the time of the rising of the experienced men, and often at the com- Southern seas. That voyage was myl Hc stood with the railing on Nile, at the . ascont of Siritis, back mencement of a voyage it was found last. I never was cutout for a sailor. l shine was of great importance, forr3" l,ock- - habmS 4l c noticed that the ship in rough and stormy and I found it out very soon, but weather was poorly provided with men not willing to acknowledge it until I hag,"own"n bis rheumatic points, when a soon the occurrence came later and later in their year; on New Year's Day capable-o-f making" and takingin sail, or 'seen the elephant.' which I did. td second man came strolling up, and tho j .i fouryears later it was the second day, assisting in properly caring for the safety gether with a large part of the. tail saluted: eight years tho third, and so on. On of tho vessel. The green hands were at Immediately upon a jwhale bein "Howdy, Captain?" this they based the Sothis, or Dog-sta- r iirst almost useless, .1and until they had hanooncd, he ounds, that is, gos "Howdy, Captain?" period of 1,461 Egyptian years, in the .. t A.I n la Tf ,v sieei, aim now w jicLiipaioin miuer water at ligtiinmg speea, as uots jlujiu They had scarcely started conversation course of which Siritis rose successively f jarougnweaineranunanuictnemseii-esalso .the line to which he is attach "after they got there, tlie labor of work making it necessary to throw war when the third man appeared, and this on every dav of the year. TJun came time it was: the knowledge of the year of 305 days, ing me snip ieit upon a lew old sailors j upon it to prevent it from taking1 " 'Morning, Captain." which is tolerably exact, and of this and the bo&tsteerers. even the officers irom tue inciion. n mis oecii ciaiatd "'Morn'ng, Captain." there are several forms of years. In sometimes being forced to do men's that a whale can run at a speed oh& "Captains White and Smith, good Egypt the change to the more exact duty. Lmile a minute. They can not renuin to you." reckoning was accomplished in A simple '"As soon as f he vessel was fairly out long below but must come upjib morning course of In the three or four min- way. Christian al Work. sea, however, the green hands were breathe. When a whale is struck, tie to put. through a qohrst of training which lwatsteerer is relieved by the head, utes a man walked out of a saloon a At her reception, two veek ago. quickly made themTwish they had stayed and he mans the steering until tie hundred feet away, and as ho came sauntering down it was: among others who wore presented to nhomc. They were sent aloft to look whale turns up; when a whale dies its "Ah- - ha. Captain!'' her by Marshal McMiclmel, the mastor i .ft for "whales, andas soon as a school belly turns uppermost. Then the boJts "Hello! Capta'n!" of ceremonies, was Dr. Mary Walker. fblackfish wore sighted, nil the boats are all fastened together, the stJs "Ah! Captain, glad to see you!" The nondescript personage, wearing ere lowered, the green men manned hoisted and then commences a long,!. "Captains Smith, White and Green, tight trousers and a little coat, and e oars and away went the boats in a dious pull. You might think they woijd carrying a cane, presented a nifst grocetosec which would strike the .first lay to and let the ship come up. , c good morning." Thesamo programme was coutinUefl tesque and ridiculous iigure, utterly out li. Of course this would, blister the ship does come up a3 fast as it can, Vt seven "Captains" stood en's hands out tbev learned how to it has to beat up, for whales invariant untd backs on tkeRrailing. JV rubbing of keeping with the surroundings. Mrs. their stranger McElroy spoke a wopl or two to her 1 tndle an oar, and themselves in a boat, to windward and oftentimes a run the" time they reached the is miles away from the ship wtionja who had observel the various meetings rather unexpected guest; and, as it so ro that by heard each tiaa haling grounds, they were abie to do prize is captured. Not infrequently and suddenly begin addressed by Ins happened, the next person tjiat was prelooking around and sented to her was Miss Mann. To h'er ex-- 1 darkness overtakes them a long wly title gjod service, and knew what was inquiries for her Mrs. McElroy made, the neat reicted of them. These blacklish ield from their berths. Ii making grapplinghoots. the Harbor-Maste- mark: have just been presented to a poor quality of oil, but it is used for f "While cruising off the coast of Brail "What's tup? Wbat'dy'c want of the a woman who would like to be a man. liijktingj purposes, on board of ship. we fell in one day with a New London asseu I am pleased now to meet a Mann vho They also learned to box the compass whaler, a Capo Horiicr. homeward grappiersr to recovone. theilvwlrnf tha is content to remain a woman. Iiostot "i want nnu steer. coat carnea a masi bound. Mto bad been out thrpnVM- - poor fellow. Transcript. and sail, butthcse were only ct when, four years, and full wnscrws- "Who?" aiter a wuaio nau oeea siuea. tney were ing a little time on the whaling gro5d The reason tba.t it is not healthy to "Why, being you a al Captains it engaged in towing their prize to the; of that sect'on. We spoke her twice is likely the m.iteiiell oYthedock before breathe through the mouth is, that "tho ship. and gammed with her. What dL . gottnre; lXigointr to find air is better warmed - hen taken into was gammetl mcau? Vs"ted. One ofifcr anv of oti As soon as whaling-grounone somewhere evenifoWlmbSt of tho lungs through tho uose, owing to reached the ship was putx under short- - erew was an o!d n sad the river. the heat of the blood in that organ, anr1 ' topgallant-sailj schoolmate of mine, Avho oned sailtopsails had left Thev all looked at lnm)r a dread because the capillary projections in it? ktaysail. jib and spanker and a look- - two or three vears before I did onlhis muoh a3 cavity catch all the 'deleterious niatto-anout was statCened atf the fore topgallant- - voyage. He was the only man I ever fully long t.tne without throw it out Chicago Times. winking and when he moveaway not mast-hea(crosstrees), and a boat--' rait at sea or abroad anywhere tsatl a man of them betrayed hWft aj steerer at the main topgallantmast-hea- d . ever Icnew or saw before. A genuine crocodile there was only one tin jn tne to watch foFwbales. each man, takiug "Now, in cone'usion I want to sato t iotig.1 m Florida waters, at the raou'h itUled to be callort .Capti, j)e. wheel, each every young lad who reads thViVro lot e his. trick at this and at the of Juniper Creek. Jt was eighteen feet frtsf. trod triek beiHg'of two hours. The lookouts 1 2'tatt, that if he wishes to see tho,wdrld eight inches in length, which at the were aeat aloft at daybreak, and were . or has anv icclinution to go to Jeatkp The University at Oxford nainnH middle of the body was larger than an ot called dowa tmtif the sun di?a- - my advice. Go .to work on landJStid ances for printing book' in one htfired ordinary barrel and weighed something Baared. Tnea the shin was , kcvd v...m mmior annmrii ,w n , . -w over 800 pounds. j ,......j jvrsuuC 'andfi fty languages ana aisuects. s J ! oc-iufr-od . SERIOUS CHARGE. to-da- y -- under even shorter sail for the carrying jut enoifgh Camas for and xw w i:i aiuauy. i ne yams were braced sharp tin mto the wind's eve. the helm lashed, and the waU'h sot for tne night, a watch being one of the boat's crew, relieved in turn by another so that each crew has equal time below! "At morninir dawn sail is ma'de again! At eight o'clock the boat's crew then on watch was relieved hy either the larboard or starboard wateh, each Ueint on duty four hours at a time. From four to eight p. m. was divided into two watches called 'dog' watches, so that the hours of duty of each man was changed daily. "A vessel would remain Upon one whaling ground for davs ttnd Weeks at a time, always under silidrt Sail, moving back and forth about four or live knots per hour, nhd always beating to windward, tacking every few hours thus scouring, as it were, the ground nil m -- ETC.. ETO, OJlZiIc .A.IlX3 SXZX) XJ- - - -- "X 1 1 nl -- s daz-zhu- two-year- s1 tht long-handle- d re-hid- te silver-haire- ". tning-outproce3s'- nVJg t ouW-ha- gs -- mayj i ut ut s a jui :- ( -T -- .- . n i savage-lookirt- i , down-easte- r, well-behav- ed us full-grow- n ar ! 1 .... . ht 4.1 1 Vfj-tTi- n -- ,- ! i.i in,i,f i.,iM ner.-on- 's . . ..,.. ,t. rvrfc .... jite waP su I Jt-- . T J bt rs 'I 4 not-bein- ' - d J fellow-townsma- s, h)e K d d , . has-bee- n cap-i.ur- ed trti ., ..vu a.rtir.. " SCHOOL, AND CHURCH. THE DAIRY. 41 Tho teachar who is most successfa rilthy stables may cadse utortmn. A nristitfrVltilflt Still Membern,, 1Jeau MoBllflp M.jmt x usually tho$netwbo does the most? t fnftmj Ju cows, says u dairynfnri, but the "claim For tho PPvualeas are tho chosen is not given as a certainty. Filthy At the recent meeting ofXgkmal personal reor with hor 'scholars. Id&, corsage llowenflffi stables are, however, an abomination at iJtfard of Trade, held in gtotl, U. (J'lidntr, in Journal of Education. Wilkosbarre citizens told the Some bf tMgiKintrojUCPli Zou&ve all times. the speakers v 17 propcrlypolj high ---t that jackets are f orrespondent asks how to keep stand for mercantile hon6rgn4e ja- - "youngfeirls" they did not want their pdstiltdn bacLs: and shin milk without having it churn. to deliver declamations New ,rilldQ df brdnZQ lice which should gcversllwMawof n schools as it has a tendency to make . w$m jMftoman illad;J ia r&. Well, tlid ilight milk must bo kupt cool, plaques, aid the morning milk id shipped right trad6. Thb was right. feFJS1 davs thetll flrybold. PiUshnrgh Post. irr .wa lief, in gold orgBjmere(l snYC off. It jv 11 not churrt.-- 1 he motion is of tha "morthiwii princes In soma of the rural churches Although1 cui fashionable, riiosl not suilleie'nt; CarHolland it i customary to smoke during-- v ol Tyrehnd Sidon. qf KJe At the Maine State College, during voting Jflpr the Newmarket an experiment made to teat the quality thage, down to the colontil vMods of the service." a A foreigner, who iecantlyf wwi j preached to Dutch congregation. had u'ilh O! made suit, to tho of cream from twenty cows, the yield American history, the busmesstraflics, anloug: his audience the pastor of the uvisitfl or maitelet of SUOrt tuiii: " in amount of cream and percentage of on sea and land has hadJts.a'jitHge-takerchurch, who nmoked his pipe like tho cloth, brochCj ejve. crsus fepstors fest. its time-se- n butter differed greatly, no two giviug VpIIow. in ber of tints, ranging the same results. The Lpiscopal or Anglican Churchy and its cheats. But it has ajlhadits "" from immrosofi itron yellow, with a Good dairying fits admirably into men of enterpri-- e whtglhafalways ha-- , in England and Wales 1 1,172 bene- tinge of prcepi it. Will be mciuueu mxed farming. suitable re- yoked their specidationsf Je caf ot ti es. G.oOd curates and 6.000,000 church There is a he ctlming seaofl ilunmr tuiSCt sittings In (ireat Britain and ebonies made td tbd land In the way of rimong thb" l'tof. olbrs popular in dress; turn ruannre, rfnd the waste in tlld iuahufaO bonaftty, and who wouldnerftent to and the Unitwl statoe tnorij are, includ rimmiiigs. .giovos, oi. turo of fabrics, boj j." . . butter is a great help inJhd lUUKiuuujiiwa 111 uu uiuvy'Jt f rv "" ing two Archbishops, 22SBishops. Tho " .1 rjb fr W tiO. in iffluao auorn- both silk.'a &tWn.nclMnlYrx.7.j-.- . I .iliMltlii..l. ui .ITX IIP 111U119 iiiuus iui: iuwTiy"v uuinuer 01 the clergy as follows: in- X ij!fc(ij'..0lPaEi5-t!ings. Uaff ts" change. jaililaiiiLii Mrs, ai.txiu; Ireland. 1,7 ,iiJMMaaf. VSflT" be a favorite m tho mer satin, BSi!iitf kTWio'honorrcPvaTH? The udders of heifers should bo in Ktich bold letters on oorDccJaratibu r olomeltairaa!rdwl?S mucesse-slip- s under torniat on ot handled before they have had the'r first of Independence there was that other United Mate's, 3,500; total, 29.50U. -iZ?3.." .Ljw- lri'ssp nf t.Wk no, and laco. Investigation among tho school r. Enlbroidorj of orery description is calf. It certainly makes thorn pontic, merchant, Bowfoin, brought up in tho children of Ldadon has shown a sad seen updn marly of le haridsoniest im- and prevents nny trouble when actual en contf-- of the mercantile life of deunor.it ion in eyesight and it is pro- - ' nd carriage dresses. milking takes place. And then there were thoe contemporary ported visitiri poied to increase Uie size of type 'in The- nlost Oxpo,usl'e suits show a are thos who believe that tm gentle merchant Butledge, of Now York, and Ii It wcmld be interesting to manipulation st mules the irmurrin rf Morris, f Philadelphia. minglod omortfdery Of heavy chenille iv v know if any the avoragc shaded silks, and the drgiin. It has been observed that even more perilous times of visual range, differehce in the- dwellers?- in raised workaud In the as between when calves suck each other the udders one exceedingly haidsome and the late war of the Rebellion, tho mer- In rt large city and thoie in the country,; grow more rapidly. d toilet of deep chants of our country produced many existo because of the constant presence, An Ohio dairyman, speaking of the of its beU and most tried friends. Some velvet was further snriched by an emof obstructing walls before the oyes of "T broidery of sift in ax distinct shadings profitableness of winter dairying, re of them poured out their, money on its the former. Chicago Current. nf r.'il. this iahgloJ w th llowors and marks mat the time win never eonio behalf like water; and others, of the A writer in the Overland Jfohthla buds in nrraseae enbroidory, and stems when winter dairying shall be over- rank and file, rushing frpm. tlie done, we do not -- ay, but it seems as reand the store, laid dowu their" discussing the question "How Shall We l : foliage o(felvt in applique. aud of Educate Our Boys'" ays: "If Is intor- ThO dcTieaifcgrad ami beauty of lade mote a the limn whui candidates for live for the Nation in thef osting to know that whereas, formerly, decoration kF i t the height df for political ortide Will lm few ami un- bottle. t men went to the universities only to With warm, it f.u-t- . this exquisite willing. fashionable fapr All honor, then, to thepatribtie and m Krcatc'r demand clean stabler:, plenty of farly-cu- t of America! .ThcC principles of prepare for tho professions, now, manyV ganiiturc is d grass, sunplemetited with commercial honor, by which such men biisiness men, merchants and manii-'bo?n before in the histhan it has farmers d tory of nian.Jh reduction in tlie price the contents of a good silo and a are guided, are a crddif, not only to facturers, anil even root cellar, the comfort, health their numerous and influential class, and tradesmen, are giving their boys of lovely patfirns ce within the reach Of only very' jjrooltht people, has put it and profit of the cows should lie nd but to the human race. There are. of the advantage of the higher ednontton, into the hatiifiof thofiiillfon. With the more problematical in winter than in course, exceptions to even rule: but it although destining them to follow their . uuparaUeledjpOpularky which it has en- summer. That the plan 1s practicable is an admitted axRmi of ethics that all t owo puruiti." A collection has been takon up in joyed for wo yean past, it SQemed is attested by over l.boO creameries that such exceptions only gtrengthn the hardly possiwo that the demand for it are being run all the year round in tho rule. The ery fact "thai a rule u. ex- Washington, D. C, the proceeds to be could" be iajroaoetl, hit the importers Northern States, and the number is cepted to, proves not only its existence, jised in repairing Pohick Church, near rapidly increasing. declare thtiotwithsfcndiugtlie but that the rule must bo good where Mount Vernon. A he church was aliSroftsed ficihties for ways attended by the Father of life?the exceptions are bod. HOW TO MILK. on, thrtflt is boyoid their power to You might as well object to Christian- Country, though lie wan a vestryman of and always maintained a pew in Christ till the presal orders for laee edgings nml llrutalltj' win ity because there was once a Judas and fabrics jf every description which Cnrrlvtne. Nelt'ot or to patriotism because there Church, Alexandria, to whose oreutfoir5 UhIii Miliar. hae jwurod in upon them. There is It is not erory dairyman who knows was a. Benedict Arnold, as to object to he wiis a contributor. Pohick Church i v 'rtainly nothing in tl jewel or lloral American commercial honor because is nearly two centuries old, and was kingdom wfiteii can mit take the place how to milk sonle can not. and others' there have boon, and still are, scoun- constructed from material brought from Ail will not learn. Vast numbers of good drels and villains in the ranks of Ameri- England. The most interesting mam- kdornment. of laee as do not look well in ,bitlier jewels or cows are ruined every year by eareles- - can merchants. As one swallow does ories as well as memorials, are at-llowers, btitilhe soitenifeg and beautifyr, ners. by neglect and by brutality of not make a summer, noither does one tached to this ancient fane. ing powerpf iaee is almost magical. milkers. The manner of milking . and scabbyrsheep undervalue a whole flock The Director of Primary Instruo- - ' Plain features are toneil and refined by It is a fact, susceptible of tho clearest tion in Italy recently submitted to tlie its delicate relief, and a pretty face is tho circu instances connected therewith, proof, that American commercial honor Government his report on tho operation made douly so by die airy grace of are often not understood, not fully is the,peer of any in the world. In these of the obligatory law during: 18&L-, this accessory. The coming season appreciate! by da'rymen. I heard days of magnetic telegraphs and fast He makes a very remarkable showing.-Ou- t gives promtW of beijg emphatically a two farmers recmtly comparing tho press., the misdeeds of commercial of 1,99,17 children subject to lace one, and added td the iiit?iiSttin: vield of lnilk iroln their resjH'ctive men are rapidly trumpeted abroad, not 1.7S5.185 were enrolled in. tho terest whiali everv artistic aud retined herd for the past season. The receipts only as legitiinate matters of news, but schools at tlie beginning of the suhool Woman feeb at the Hiere sight of these ol one were about a third more than as sensations fitted to feed the cormorant vear. By March there were I,fi00,7t58 lautiful adorn i tigs she has now an ad- those of tho other, and the latter said: maw of the greedy public a capacions iu attendance, ami of this number only ditional temptation in the low price of "I can not understand this: my feed maw, indeed, that, like tha daughter of 232,929 were, a't the end of tho year," e many of tho and machine-wrougmy water Mipply and my cqws are as the horse-leecpresented. for examination? This lamenis perpetually crym All table condition of tlungs the Director vie in richue arieties, good as yours." The reply was: "Yes, as it gorges itself, "Give! give! and delieaey of eftivt with many of the but when my milkers go to milk, they the while the modest members of com believes largely due tlie poverty of the , expensive patterns. the scale of people. understand that it means business. I mercial society, acting Vj8r'Cli"'" caintil's luur olotU ot will not Iihvu h. )KMr milker at the level and th square, re pawed by ebfiji 1? cc. ami l talk tins over when . . iiitnnfinrwl Vit If tnMtf' 5V nmtmiontntl t PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. is to bo a ver fuabiona- uiiiiuvi.Vit iitiiiiuiiiv mnrijp 'iuiUiotniyoimriiiRJnti'i" hliii!"nnillicTmIoitrnnil8WwlintInn?Iimirrvnviirts(' tm ArnowdrghWwrmimISfrSia 'PflPfT'SSHWWfSfMiW , A neat and ladylike moddl matrons. will have." It was evidout tho bo judged as no better ryin thev ought for a suit shows a plain kilted skirt with had a value which carried conrict'on. to be, in fact as tarred . h the same ing Rink." The actors are studying, ft. diep apron overdrew gracefully The quantity of lnilk tlmt a i)ov gives brush that has NinearedkAfaie of their their roles aud have begun to tumble to the buine of thejiieee. Bqoh draiedt and a short round basque cut a depends ratfeh ujwn the mode, time and villainous neighbors. la postilloU in the back. In front a regularity of milking. Cows do liest The duty of the prein aUatich casos vest is formed by diagonal rdws Of that have one regular milker, and is to keepconstanth in view the invariYou may sjieak," said a fond soutache braid, with the same trimming the time of milking should he carefully able distinctions between right and mother, "about people having strength" on the coljar and sleeves Bnvding is attended to. and not be subject to varia- wrong. The good man should be com- of mind, but witen it comes to strength qirte as popular as ever, and many new tion from day to day. The udder should mended while the bad raans censured. of don t mind mv son WilHam suifpaescs and beautiful patterns aro slioun in be brushed, and in case of anv dirt on Tho good man should be rewarded by v very body I over knew . N. Y. JUuU special defsigns for panels, waist-oat- s, it should be cleansed by wash'ng with the applause of tlm community while and Ji'jrrcjM. skirt bands and jacket aud tuire adorn-ing- a cloth and water; for if the cow has the bad man is punished by its laws. Enfant Terrible "Say, Mr. Snobby, Tho English mode of a full plain been driven through any muddy place Money is not y et the god of our country, can you play cards?" Snobby why. sktrt in the back uudrapod is constantly and thus become besmeared, any dirt and we devoutly trust it never will be. no. Johnny, I can't play very woll." ga ning ground, art! some of the most accidentally falling into tho pail will Commercial honor has still'an intrinsic E T. "Well, them yurd better look expensive yUitiilg and carrias coshinlds communicate its taint to the milk. value; a value more precious than jew- out, for ma says if Enima phtv her imported are made in this way. Uias Wetting the hands and tents wirh milk els, more inestimable than, sliver or cards well she'll catch you." Life bands of silk velvet, embroidery iit deep before milking is a very bad practice. gold. Philadelphia Call. "Shall I put a small or big head on colors of shaded silks, tucks, beadrich Th s should always be avoided, both for this article?" asked the telegraph editor. ed panels, and costly applique work the comfort of the animal and the clean' Just then a poet timidly opened tho THE GRAND TOUR. form the lending garnitures for the linessof the milk. The milker should door, and the managing editor sang front and sides of the skirts, and the have short linger nail, for long nails Ittcurstonltt VNIIoiI the HUIorlcal out: "Put a big heaif on it." The poet the Louis XIV. will be sure to hurt the teats and cause Ilmr.n Elain round waists or I'olnts of Jnterosfiu tln Olil World, nnd ducked back and went rapidly down over handsome waistcoats, irritation to the cow. There are two How He Profited by 1IU Vltlt... stair. A7. I'. Smt. methods of milking. The one may be garnished to m itch the skirt's decora"1 see," said a man, addressing an "A monthly journal published in ' tions, aro 3raong the leading trimmings called stripping or catching the teat acquaintance with whom hefwa? walk- Paris is devoted to nothing but thb art thus far shown. between the finger and thumb and stripThe price of materials df all colors ping down the whole length of the teat. ing along the street, "tlmtuWaru get- of stamp collecting." There are quite and qualities has been greatly reduced I'h s plan is not to be recommended. ting up another one of thoglloap ex a number of daily ami weekly to meet the exigencies of tlid seiisoil. The better way is to grasp the teat, one cursions to Europe. Ever golon one of journals in this country devoted mainly to the same thing; but some of them Hints are givon that many of the in each hand, diagonally across the bag, them?" lose more "stamps" than they colloct, and brilliant shades, popular fo"r and pro-- s on the milk, the second, third Xorrislown Herald. some time past, are to be abandoned to and fourth fingers doing the main work, "Did I? "Well, yes. M'rent deEnglish at the universities: First oblivion; and it is perhaps for this rea- while tlie upper portion of the hand and son that the counters in our leading first finger pre ent "the milk from re- sire to visit t'-- old countrjmjbbcd me undergraduate (reading): '"Will this houics are heaped with rich turning to the udder; the milk should bo of sleep. I thought that iffbcould jut do. Gtis? 'Mr. Smith presents his comand beautiful material-- , offered at about drawn rapidly, and the udder com- go to England and catch tifbi handful pliments to Mr. Jones, and finds ho has a cap which isn't mine. So, if you have half their original prices. pletely emptied of its contents. In the have a cap which isn't his, no doubt they are The Huguenot princessc dress be- flush of the season, or when cows aro of tho soil which the greatf pouts coming only to perfect figures, i cut yielding the most milk, from eleven to trod, I would be the hapf3i!t man in the ones.' " Second undergraduate! outjsquaro fa the neck, front and .back, twelve cows per" hour will bo about tho the world. I met the exeutgon party at "O, ye! lir-- t rate." Lomton Punch.. The shortest tettor ever sont was and edged with a slightly gathered ruf- rate for a competent hand. Farnt, Now York. We were to oorfurnished an excellent gnide, and Lpuppoe wo fle of rich lace. A double string of Ro- Fititl and Forge. "Dear Sen:" aud the shortest were. Vhen we got onithe ship tho reply was: "Dear Father:" It turns man pearls is worn in a loose twist about the throat. A tall, stylish lady guide said: 'This is the .nd that out "that the father meant, "Dear Son SKIM MED MILK. water out yonder is thean. The Send niy coal on," and that the reply" Recently wore a dross of this description Which was made of s lvcu'-gr(cw York. of the son, who was a coal dealer, vvna:' It ViiIiip for J'reilinjr CalVix and How town you have just left u Mest to I'erU It. That tiling over vondor is another ship. "Dear Father Coal on." There was no trimnnng'on the heavy flowing train, and no ornamenL-wor-e Sec that up there? It's a bridge. Seo and colon never before had been pnt?to; "A Put tor Dairyman" auks what value worn oxcopt the pearls and a can be practically put upon skimmed the tug? That thing it drags along is such use, Golden Days. Spanish comb, headed by Irish diaa ship. Hear that noise? fltfs a bell. A girl was attaeked with fits in a monds. At ho left side a large feather milk for fowling pigs or enlvos, and how Somebody's ringing it, Jlf nobody laundry at Lansinguurg the other nftei. fan was suspended from a costly silver best to feed it. were to "ring it, vou couldn't hear noon, uie nlttic-- so exo ieu"tne-otnechutcrnluc.- - jR Y. Evening Post. going. This question of value has not been it. Well, now wiMjans t employes in the shop that accurately settled, and yet. .perhaps, wo That hissing noise itle by the femalewere prostrated by illness. One URBAN GROWTH. can approximate to it nearly as woll as steam. Here wo go. Ypu see we have was so seriously affected it was feared U Prof, left New York.' Th's-waany certainly in- she would die, 'and a clergyman was ' The KnormB,KCrcffiltjn of Population we can to the value of his food. opinion that structive, but a little .too chatty. I sont for- - Troy Times. ltobcrts gives it as auiMVcaiti, In Cltle. sweet skimmed milk is worth, to feed n thought. We were to visit all the great The enormous Hash has saved the lives(of a great t nt nmm, good breed of pigs, one cent per quart. places of historical interest, and I was ' lation and wealth are not confined to Prof. Manly Miles, in experiments made glad that our guide "Was so willing to many people by their not eating nlf' Iliish is noup, common in boarding our coast-line- l cities, but are true of all ' ome nticun years since, in leeuing pigs explain ovcrv thing. When we disem- houses a often pursed and frequently de-old at the beginning, found barked at Liverpool hehurncd us to the " lliie in tne interior of the six weeks clined, neuter gender, singular case, country. Iteimt statistics show that that it took, to make one pound gain in railroad and then into a number of Shakspeare had it in mind when he weight, the first week (J.76 pounds of clothes closets. 'This is a train.' said while our agricultural population has skim-milgoing, the second week 7.75 pounds; mats hn- - wrole of "mincing matters." Hash is increased four pcr cent., our urban or third and fourth weeks 10.42 pounds. fhe. 'Now we are and tins over here is like a good many other things it has to "land on this side, city population has increased nineteen This would be an average of about two also England. Here's a station. That be taken largely on faith. Many people . object to it, w hen they are not in reality per cent. Tho recent discussion in (ittarts for the four weeks to produeo noise you hoard was caused by some accustomed to anything bettor. Those England as $ tho basis of representa- each pound gain in weight: making the one slamming a door. He 11 slam it continually clamoring fox' i tion in Parliament under the new Dis- milk worth, to feed jugs tnat age, about aain after awhile. Here w e go toward who are should eat sawdust,kwhich,ij . hotter faro tribution Bill have revealed somo one and a half cents ier quart. But it London.' Wbon we arrived in the great really fine board. Troy Times. a hotel. He curious fa.ts. The vast majority of must lie understood that it constantly city he hurried us to i. all children. memb.T-- . or Parl araont will be from takes more food of any kind to put on a seemed to think we were came Made-u- p Bonnets. around for the reason that thoBrit'sh pound gam, the older the animal grows Earlv the next morning he tho Islands are now dominated b groups The writer tested skim milk in feed-iu- g that he was ready to show us Bonnets made up of some fanciful of populated centers. It has been found ten calves for twelve weeks, care- the sights. Put us in hacks and had us fabric over a frame of 'wires are to be that the rural districts proper have fully weighing the milk and calves each hauled around. 'Yonder is the Tower used for dross occasions, and these arc t in number, that the ullages and week. It took an average of 14.82 of London,' said hc 'Couple of youngsome time ago. marked by an abundance of color and small towns contain fewer inhabitants, pounds of mi'k for one pound gain for sters murdered there but there has been an enormous increase the whole time. This was equal to six English papers haven't got hold of the gny contrasts: indeed, a monotone bonf in cities of 10Q.00J population and over. and quarts to one pound gain. news vet. Was published in America net is the exeeptioa instead of the rule,' as it was lust year. The new feature in Bui the heaviest percentage of growth Had the ealvcs been selected, live quarts some years ago. Ah, here's Westminhas been in the very largest cities like would easily have produced one pound ster Abbey! Lot of old fellows buried making such bonnets is to arrange theLondon, but more particula ly in the gain. In geueral piaet'ce the milk will in there, Belonged to the first families material in lengthwise pleats or in a . Yonder's the soft puff down each side, beginning at suburbs the riug of towns immediately pay bettor when fed in connection ith of Virginia, I believe. the top. and crossing from backfoMront, adjacent to the iarre cjt;, s. 'rilft M1. other fond. If fed with a good quality Parliament House. Frethr good-s-zperior attractiveness of groat cities over of middlings ttW m Ik mav be consid- - shantv, you observe. Well. Jut's gc extonding to the lowest edge on the this is done with one of the rural districts to human beings is be- - pr,,d worth one ce it per quart to feed to back to the hotel. You havo seen Lonwe start for France,' scarfs of many colors tho pointed cause man is natnr.'.llv halves up to three months old, aud to don, so !. y. o ... . . The skim That's the waj- - it fvas during the entire ends are first adjusted in loops at the longs to be with his feliow- - o Tiie mul- - i l' " n :.,. more . mau ..... mis. or tipi canon and diversity of modern milk of a fair cow should be worth from time, and when T returned homo 1 top. and the scaif is then gathered bedse laid in three lengthwise pleats felA to 20 per year. This is about one-ha- lf didn't know as much about Europe as I industries permit men and women to follow their ..natural bent, wnich is the nmoun: realized from the milk did before I started on the great toar.'.' low: the middle of the crown is cohered pith velvet, over which this scarf is ot a cow ! th average dairyman at the to make their way to the most Arkansaw Traveler. . velvet ribbon hipped, and some loops-ofactor-- . To make the best of the skim of the human hive-- . This tenare added on top. Stdl more dressy dency to aggregate iu large centers nidk in feer ig calve, a spoonful of is. a demand for something "There of popu atioa is as market on the bo'led tl.vx.ji. d should be. given each new in the wav of satices, ' writes a. bonnet- are made of tha embroidersd ho sauce furdr" In its mdk eervday, silk muslin scarfs, aud to these are ,; This will millionaire caterer, continent as It is in the ttcrn.-,-njion- a average servantgirl ?eeps added bunches of flower? or a Mnallfe: J.ite" tpcj nished by the Bnt.sh Isk'staad tne Unitfld. Spates- .-. rrevont v feather nlgnnte. Harpers' Batqr, Jour nn' DtinorcsesVonthlt, u bo getting old. Bqtton Posl. lnlerMl lbs 3FASHIONS. ,.. MERCANTILE HONOMt irI1rbio belt-elaffla- rd tl -- school-principal- -- '".-r';,.;,- ;l.f ;:. iTem 1 - W 4 - 1 I 1 - n -- 11 , K ,. . r Bo-to- n, the-11" - text-book- ". costly-receptio- n - wine-colore- eount-ing-ro- m fqre-fro- nt mer-ehan- to Jf-dn- y well-cure- e-- well-tille- well-to-d- o maun-fMcturer- s1 et - pro-du- ot, ' i per.-ou- al 2. tho-law- , . loom-mad- ht h, tJ-- hand-wroug- ht -- - it- '3? - s. s gay-fabric- e dry-gop- ds ay bro-oatel- le. Somi-oolo- : -- soon-eigh- s -- k: m , an-sai- d ed one-hal- - e sides.-Whe- n cta-mi- nc i -- . , f - i) w ris k IfcT ,j3F ta . r "flr. !"" o j- &&zZ? "-- V 8MMMMmjimiaijii)iiaintMMwiBiiaEHfcriire V , The HiGkman Courier, GEORGE WJUIBEN, Publisher. HICKMlx. : : KENTUCKY. A THOUGHT FOR EASTER. Sweet Is the story In the Gospels told, Fnsaillar to our cars, yet nc-e- r old, HewMary hastened, in the dawning- pray Of that first, precious, far-of- f Easter Day, Wltkp!ces sweet and ointment and perrock-hew- n low-Bu- down-trodde- n Fred Vernon beli6vwl every orJ of tliis narrative, as might expected of a man unused to conWta criminals-a- nd as t was true, "A cuniiWff &TAbW xfwM reau 'Dr at thu stage of his Hr6 he Ir faith in humanity, particularly L tte unfortunate, afS S&, - it XI (' ii0Wihi,s Sulvalrou8 was fully LlLBe&ignant with fe the Michigan Govern?,, he could riot recall, nnd&'rXred avow Sn'tan-shoaattend to the pale little woman's ,1tS?,. TuinVms: of Gertrude, surrouutf hv'r?rr comfort and luxnry and shields! VJU. mailalitid more than ever tender "'JLhatwondroii.s.tidtnjrs fcl1 "Pn hor car! rtitjmi to all less u fortunate liSjuoqulxed. "In Joy strovo with grief and foar In hor sur- the sad yom-vicissitudes of life mv darling prise. may souletime "if ,1 wre a And tears of mingled tt filled her eyes was Christ, then, gono? Oh but for one more When the train - itricnco kmdat Jackson h escorted th A r oUviW iZTri in n. enrrin ere. Of thntrorcred, bclovodoountcnanco! weeping, she lingered In the pardon's cloom: paid Iho driver, cav t, litUe eirl two Ana. as tho sunriso smote tho open tomb, "cuio, uouar gold bno heard her name, and trombliDr turned to it may seem, witbinpieces tben, strange as fora ,. heo got the existence At weei'hV titterlv nr.t.'arirtiinittt. Tho face she lnsHuul seen on Calvary: JSo lonjrcr pale with pain, but. In tho lljrbt " ana a year HaSiM them i'1L,P'ra,r mornlm?. xtlad. serene and bright. servedAgain. The encounter; however, bad Authi quick to restore hiintd M fallal kindly for a boon eo pwect interest in humanly '.MastorP she cried, and. fulling at Ills feet. The train qieti on thrdsh the bright Jn wlonce she adored: but when Ho said: summer evening, over 'ib loll my brotbren." at Ills bidding sped, streams, through meadows adorned with "bringing His disciples newly-cu- t i grass,? PtSSeiiger " toward the calamitybearinthi'. Tlio earliest service Tor thorjsen Lord. that was already river his Lfe. H .Thocenturios6trvtchhofweon her Ufo and Startling for a comparatively rich oursu man to bo suddenly confronted bv povertv, "wreatho lot as With as ilr. ernon leanloS 4mi His- - uhrfn's flowqcs,j s death dwcloied the fact that the business Sho In our solemn gladness boars a part. And we claim kindred with her loving heart: had somehow gone to ruin. SHU he was not i'or saints in earth and Heaven roioico as so much dismayed as migbfave been expected. Making his ctfn wirln tho world, . one 5 At tho glad rising of tho Easter sun. the inexperienced man anticipated, would be quite And still the Lord, through uaoa of us His conquer easy, and h felt strong enough to adverse fate. Oertude, too, bore frlonds, tho tidings of reverse quit? bravely, ami Ylovingjnresago to His brethren sends; had an unreasoning faiih tAaj everything would eventuatlr uru o&trtl ngBt. ?,u,f t obedience as Mary's own uouer and song our risen King we ilr. VermM anight nav retained a porgreet: tion of bts fortune, which had neverbeen O, not with tardy or reluctant feet inrested irt the business, but his high s"hise Ko ours to do His errands, or fulfll of honor forbade that subtsrfusro. ni.i Tho dally, common bidding of His wilL everything was given up,erCrt Lj the hous, "While with us yot wo have tho poor. tho Thisexcpptieual manifestation of integrity vrciilc praducetl quit n furor of admiration Tho fallen p reclaim, the lost to seek. Tho sick tcihcer, tho ignorant to teach, among tho ere litors, but their enthusiasm Hrulscd hearts to kindly deed and did not take any practical form. It was not convenient for any of them to offer the un it;ii In sorvico any Ufo wia. Which In Christ's steadfulfllsHlsmlnlstry of ruined merchant a ""suitable situation. Some of them were sure.that "such a noble young fellow as Vernon; who had always 0,J.ove! otriko deeper roots our hearts been helping everybody," was sure to prosper while others expressed the opinion within; . O'orgroyctbo weeds of solflshnoss and sin: ue Liuru wouiu rearu mm, which "easy way ihT?.lf " trarrant offering Our perfect flower upon tho altar laid. made, was a comfortable and obligations of acquitting themselves of to offer nalnurnr. kirnnror twK,..A AA . u.i a fallen Ibis Itesurrection Day, to Christ our Lord a helpltlg hand togenerous man. .Each one expected some action of his ttlld KInir?- -' neighbor, so it happened that nobodv did Bwt(m Traiwcript. anything. The man to whom everything desirable AN EASTEILiElTOHIAX. had hitherto come could not readily grasp the means of helping himself, so 'the two young people, who had no care in tile world that N' A Charity "Which Grew Out of beyond buying everythingfound they might blGESTION. happen to desire, soon themselves Great Tribulation. confronted with the Very serious problem The Opinion of a Noted Writer on Health of life. - Topics. Two years after the interruption of their Easter Is a particularly impressive fes- wedding tour, Mr. nnd Mrs. ernon had liilimtsiitisj is a sort of rospoctablo tival in one of the charitable institutions of removed to th AVeSlern city where the fa- cover for iMgishno. Header, are you a great Western city. "Besides its religious tal telegram had reached them. Thev wero significance, tho day has very joyful asso- and both considerably changed bv time bilioiu? Let mo proeeribc for you. circumstances. Thev had ciations for the founder? of lae. establish- an exceptionally lofty ideal Of cherished rirst, oil getting up and going to iwd life, but ment. IJrom 1 that center-- many blessings their minds, which were to have been ex- - drink plenty of cold water. Eat for to tho very poor substantial gifts Eanded in the Study of art and literature, breakfast, until Uie bilious attack passes, radiate partially engrossed in the conas well us powers! pictures and trifling a little stale bread, say one slice, anil a sideration of articles of adornment, that givo them istence whichpetty economies; and the exwas to have been so grand piece half a large as your hand of jjlinjpses of the innocent pleasures of life, and free, had of necessitv bfcomp pramno.) and help to maintain something of its jy the limitation of poverty. It was, per- boiled lean beef or mutton. If tb haps, too early to estimate the effect of the weather i warm, take insteail a little graces in the desolate homes. theb This charity probably differs from every transformation upongrown characters, but craekeil wheat of oatmeal porridge. them selfish, as other institution in the world. It is man- neither ofdeeds had others more many For dinner take about tho same thing. kindly to unaged by two women, born to entirely dif- fortunate than themselves testified. Go Without silppor. Excrete freely in fatality thy had been tho open air, ferent stations of life.and it is the result of By some producing perspiration, bitter humiliation ami affliction from which requited by more than share once or acb had suirered In her respective sphere. of mgratjtudp. They had lost out of thir tfce a day. In a few davs is all gone. This reThis establishment has no specialty; it lives something of the sweet romance that ionr biiiou-ii- e ; u they always meant to cherish. sult will come, even though the biliousuuiiuu, au orpnnu asvium, a -home, a refuge for working girls out Hut w hen from outh the dream deimrts, ness i one of the spring sort, anil one Jt takes something from'our lioarts, of employment, anything that comforts with which you have, from vear to year, And it net or conies again." and uplifts the sick, the despairing, the Still these young people were not hope- been much afllicted. Herb drinks, If any preference be shown it is for thof e vrho, by some reverse of fortune, less nor comfortless. Anjfclife shared to- bitter drink, lager beer, ale, whisky, nave been legraded from a. position in gether held compeusationsjj&nd thev were and a doon other spring medicine are which they hail the means of enjoying the onn iiuus cuuutju w expect a lavornble siiuply barbarous comforu and luxuries of life. This strange turn in fortune. Their moat important 1 mui a friend, a lawyer, who oueeor charity has a stranger .history, dating back service had been in secaringjfc release of some years to seemingly irrelevant events menianunjustiv coniiemnetl7?r murder, twice a month had an attack of bilious Any reminder of death is startlingly in- iiy toe nine .Mr. Vernon callml il.t. headaoiiu, and somuUmo wnw congruous clos-l- v following weddinrfestJv- - events or mat kLranva muvev. n tii- - to ask the postponement of an obliged- liiirttnl"imiimr'ver!'llMl''rtrTW"1-"Htrr- more iminr- ally true that "tlie mom jcns th ities. It was with a sense of bowiluonnent, Governor had been installed V Michigan. nlmost of injury, that Fred Vernon read ills wife, like Linda GilbeO was "the tant stilt. At length, tired and dis insniirc,' and the larger croin were the telegram which recalled him from, his prisoner's friend," and lie- memory gusted he came to me and .iskwl if neeeary sequenee. Kven th-- ii good mm sv eSSBp sssv n kb&aafissl wedding tour, to his uncle's funeral. There is still gratefully cherished, though nothing could be done, for really it was farmers recognised the fact that if a was no bond of affection between him and it is many years since she died. getting to lie the torment of his life. I shorter rotation were possible, it woiiki the dead man, only the tie of relationship The investigation she instituted satisfied told him how to cut anil drink and be better for promoting fertilitv. The her of the prisoner's innocence, and so he and common business interests. and promised him if he would larger The bride, enjoying the regal supremacy was set free. Thoueh a vear Bail nasswl iart of the gain from kin ping that falls to the lot of most women but .since this event, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon had follow my proscriptidn he sbodhl never land in grk is msule during the first once in a lifetime, was verv unreasonable received no acknowledgment of their inter- have another bilious sick headache. My and second years of its growth. A two in her objections to the proposed journey, position. They were a little surprised propheev.provcrtrue as to two or three mmI furnishes nearly as much when it was decided that sho could not nt this but not at all embittered, nnd years Wit after a lime he got back into year-olfertilizing material as iteverVill more accompany her husband, and she quoted were still zealous chnuipions of the opsome impracticable promise?. pressed. Being genuine philanthropists, the ale, strong cotlce, sausage, than it will after four or five years, cakes, hot rolls, molted butter, when the valuable "It is only n week since you told me that they obeyed sympathetic impulses from a grasses run out and we would never "again,, be separated for higher motive than a desire to win grati- and other abominations, and of course Or, w is bare more than a single day, nnd now you are tude. his old headaches. Hut ho knew the the surface sown, or covered by eed. If clover is and in a short rota cping to leave mo in this dreadful western Five yoftrs paednnd the Vernons found remedy, and when it boenme too hurd tion it generally will be. the sod h city while you rush back to New York alone. Xou wiitsf remember what you said that their fortune had not been perma- to bear he loll baok'upon tho prescrip- worth more for ploughing under, aftet to me in the carriage when w were drivinc nently improved by their removal to the tion, and has nevar failed to obtain two years' growth, than ever will bt it ' Ko other Compound AVest. Occasional gleams of prosperity relief. earth can shot? a similar record, and no Physician a better one. The highest Medical Authorities avny.froutrriaity." The recollection is too much for Gertrude. had cheered them, which Were always pronounce it the onl known Specific for Kidney, Liver and Urinary diseases ; that has no equal as a BLOOD PURIFSER, A great many persons" seem to be again. Clover is biennial. It dies out Tcars-'til- l after two vears, 'and unless timothy i her pretty brown eyes, sobs sup- commemorated by great generosity to othand that press hen voice, Cut even this first outburst ers, but these episodes had only served quite willing to suflor a constant depresLiver is the best safeguard against contagious diseases, "both acute and chronic, keeping the Kidneys sown with it the spnee it occupies will of m"ief is powerless to induce the huband to form a vivid contrast with the tenor of sion of spirits, constant indigestion, with be filled with thistles or weeds. Eve the great organs of the body in healthy condition, disease then "being impossible. For the many distressing ailments to wnver in a matter of duty, and the their lives. Though they never exchanged its innumerable torments entirely willof delicate Ladies, it has no equal. Wo can furnish over One Hundred Thousand voluntary Testimonials bride at lerigth yields a reluctant, consent words of repining they both felt acutely ing to .sutler all this for the momentary if the land is seeded with timothy the sod ii worth less for ploughing iindei to the inrrvitable: the contrast between life ns they were pleasure of similar to the following. Read them for the good of yourself, your family and your friends. Note slipping down their throats than it would me return journey wns.a drcarv co- n- obliged to accent It. and life as thnvhmi how this vast number of bottles was distributed, as evidenced by our sales-book- s. something which tastes good. I can year before have been with elover.thfc I pictured jt iu their bright young dreams. irass to uie ona mat had so lately preceded think of nothing else whicli so strikingU," ,for the first few hours it was devoid Anoiuer year went ny, aim tne davs of The encouragement which improved; of all Interest to the traveler, who had not .picturesque poverty were passed; ly exhibits man's undeveloped condition. 344,171. 936,842. Bal.ofN.Eng., - 331,315. Chicago, 2,181,520. Milwaukee, harvesting machinery gavo to the sow- i Boston, tho gift of prophecy to foresee that the destitution had come. Ko amount actual Is it not funny to see a of endyspeptic whose ing of clover has to a large extent oflW events of that da would determine his ergy nnd endeavor could avail against CHAS. E. STEPHENS, of Louisville, R. T. JACOB, Wcstport, Iestiay and that of hundreds of other peo-- the combination of adverse circum- life is one of unbroken torture, who the undoubted effect of heavy irraiii' HON. X. A. 1'LYMPTON (Hon. B. THE REV. ANDREW J. GRAHAM, Ky., Nov. 15, 1882, wrote, "When my (P. E.), Grand Island, Neb., in 1881 was In 18S2, during a political canvass, in years of the distant future. stances that surrounded these unfortu- wishes himclf dead, who never has a cropping to decrease fertility: clover fe- f F. Butler's campaign manager), cf Wor- - Ky. No uncommon Incident marked the passdaughter was ten years of age she was pronounced fatally sick with Bright'sDis. health gave way and was prostrated with nate people. Tho fatal Black Friday night's sleep and never a single such a :ester. Mass., m May, 1SS0, was prosrenovating crop that where it is brought the crowning stroke of misfortune. food ing hours of the morningi The train-bo- y trouGlc. 40 pounds of trated by kidney cohc, caused by the pas- severe kidney Warner's Lost Cure in 18S2, seriously attacked by extreme kidneybut, a ease. His condition he says wan desperate placed his most alluring wares beside the The consequent anxiety eventually ren- a failure,ocial hour, whose whole life" is sown as often as possible the M)il can . She recovered temporarily, Safe both as to enjoyment and use- - scarcely become sage of gravel from the kidneys to the blad- -. flesh. Used and he could get ao relief from physicians. passenger, whom lie Iwflttdlv designated dered them both ill. Destitute and sick, was agaia prostrated. was 23, 1884, writes : I have He then followed Warner's Safe Cure as tho "glum feller' but nb sales resulted. there was no refuge for them except the iiuness. nut who, three times a day which has not boon sterilethatso is soil der. lie then began using Warner's Safe and June better health, all"owing tonever's year agoto twice her natural size,She freswollen had previously enjoyed treatment, and July 7, 1884, he wrote, Cure and in a short time passed a large Jtr. erncu xead' nothing except a letter public hospital. Here they were denied shovels into his stomach a quantity Oi disquent headaches, nausea, and other that clover will not grow, ilanj Safe Cure." from his most intimate friend, a man the poor comfort of being together. With greasy, hot, indigestible trash, to keep stone and a number of smaller ones. Dec. "All local trouble has disappeared. guised symptoms of the disorder. All her good farmers believe that with clovei who lived in a more raruled atmosphere this Inst humiliation nnd griehope and up the tlaine, 10th, 1884, Mr. Plympton wrote, " I have producing and reproduc- and phosphaUts they can maintain the she 3,053,080. Louisville physicians agreed thattreat-m- Have taken no medicine for nearly a year.' than himseirin a world of drennis faith in God seemed utterly crushed out trouble New York State, of and speculations a little above the of their hearts. The man was the more ing the suffering? Dr. Dio Lewis, in X. fertility of thoir soil"forever. Time hut r had no recurrence Curemy old me." could not recover. Her case and ;ince Warner's Safe cured comprehension of the prosperous New despairing of tbo two, and after some time Y. Tribune. B. F. LARRABEE, Esq., 49 Chester 488,013. were telegraphed to a New York Minnesota; Mot yet shown their mistake. If there ork merchant, who had, however, had elapsed he made a solemn resolution to Square, Boston, Mass., in 1879, v'as gYc? specialist, who said recovery was imis any, I do not believe the present.gon- . j the rare faculty of tolerating fancies which end his own life, as soon as hejcould beSPRING DRESSES. possible. Last August we began to treat G. W. HAMILTON, Milton, Santa 128,947. up by several prominent Boston Physicituum ip; ijuimj unuersiana. ihe letter come possessed of any means' to aecom 08, cnuioa 01 iarmers in tins section win ans as incurable from Bright's Disease. her ourselves, and now, wholly through the Rosa Co., Florida, December 15th, 1884, plish the deed. When h wn wuiauieu mis siguuicant paragraph: ..! Some of the Striking Features or the Ijite live to see it. The clover roots peneHe took over 200 bottles of Warner's Safe influence of Warner's Safe Cure, she is wrote that " four years ago ray wife was Doyou r ipeculato upon tho people scarcely to be able in writ. h vi.i.. Myles of Droit. trate the subsoil and bring up mineral Cure, in iSSo-and Oct. 6, 1884, wrote apparently as well as ever." November, G. W. FULTON, Esq., Fultoo. Texas, suffering with liver complaint which reMho arc coming to meet you front every di- traced these lines of farewell : rection, und through all tho vnar nfth 18S4, he says, " My daughter is apparently that the "cure was as permanent as My Pooh The first importations of drosses' for fertility, while, it is probable that oithet The doctors Buffered for ten years from serious bladduced her to a skeleton. Win;: Wan you read ruturo those whose Influence w" 1 bhall be beyond in perfect health." finally pronounced her case Bright's Disder disorders and lost from 25 to 30 pounds ; surprising." the reach or the spring and summer months show the leaves themselves or the mulch .., ,. weight in sliaiimn- vnur-- ilostint havegreat .those words nnd sorrow, pain .. 4ii3:i',;:. hut which they make enables the soil tc uri,.,, She in i83i he used 14 liottles of Warner's ease of the kidneys, and incurable. """"'"" earthly m my own hand with I do not tako VVUU",J w" l was - 1,365,914. Detroit, Pennsylvania, 635,210. then took 13 bottles of Warner's SAFE intcroblcfl recently in seeing-a- react.' ot this niy life escaping from misery, the cowurdly more idmnges in smnll details than in some of th atmospheric nitrogen. Safe Cure, and recovered his natural idea idea or and leaving their general outlines. kind m a book, which I read quite through you to The vert' bouff- At all evonts tho practical test i undisCure, and has been in perfect health ever weightand said, "I consider myself well bar it alone. I havo S. F. HESS, Rochester, N. Y the come to the conclusion that fate delrberately ant effect now popular is Mrs. J. B. DESMOULIN, 54" Mor?H'flmli,w anything of value to me Is against since. She now weighs 1 80 pound s where December 20th, 1884, for a man of 75." retained, and puted that a growth of clover on am paragraph: me. that I can well known tobacco manufacturer, three make your gan street, St. Louis, Mo., in 1SS2, wrote, . i Warner's "'When turn frlonrlc t.onnn . formerly she was a skeleton. iL. but a continualnevernfnrlrlln life janything even increased; the back drapo'ry is very field leaves tho soil better for any afte't be wrote, "I have had no symptoms of . trial bottles of Warhealth for many years ago took t,wenty-fiv- e iSSi, and if " I have been in delicate Cure made me ner's Safe Cure will make a permanent cure kidney disorder since 4lnet? tD'look back a'ag tho proces- - ?in Vi10 ,,ay Is to dl0 for jou. fn full, and may be either straight courso crop, however the clover ma be used. Safe Cure for liver disorder, and always if taken by directions." years ; but Warner's Safe or J h,are on reiusinnces wnicn has led told I did I should rely upon Safe Cure:" But with commercial manures on oil the Starting point of their August 20th, 1334, be reported, " I conthe picture of health." Tune 23rd, 1884, the Mime snot at tho wmn ,hT0UJ.dlUre'orrou- I?aidJt untbfnkfngly bunched up; and the basque is short, well adapted to their mean .tnow. sider myself folly cured, and the credit is she wrote, "Mybealth has been good tie there is a min Lcould havo deatb-thBal.N,W States, nMlk,B Is with high darts that givo a full bust and eral doire to crop with sniin mortl ,Pnrtlanrf Wholly tlaCW Warner's SAFE Cure." 1,400,362. uca a fantastic Innuirv- - as peace in sorrow borne your tto 330,829. lor the last two years." tho for make the wait look slender. The full heavnand'towowlffrTOre-ir- r this, aad cometjueatlj- not one man In ten perhaps "lc' for years, to be ala,-- standlive on tournure in rannp new ug In thousand living in ul midst of rdalltv hn your light, to bo a dead skirts went dragging you entirelv by the Mnall cushion-pa- is made lngiy. it :s in tins way, and tliii oalyj h " a,$ of'roma,n3c1e!-down to deeper depth of mfcery. sewed that the commercial fertilizers are someI to the belt, without the use of stoels times used to dccreaM? rather than inThe gloomy iraveier.laid .the letter aside across the skirt lower down, as the crease soil fertility. Phosphate is a ma-atntion attracted by MM so latter break the straight effect of the nure, as much so. and as valuable foi' astosliglitaHisiai to his sympathy. back breadths. Flounces maintaining fertility in the concentnitutj asttrimmingN are fat giving place to form of the commercial fertilizer as fthan a"V o"a else av ho had lived Hal folds, tueks, braiding, passemenwhen it is applied more diluted in tht vcan In the terie, und, abo e all, to tho various new heavy loads of coarso. strawy manure Crcat city, where the majority of won became indifferent to the sight of ... ...., (9-1- 0) Nine-tenth- s laces of wool, silk, thread, or tinsel, from tho barnyard. The great differ,ul snows sow madly. Ltra-n,ls?!rerin?,.,. i which an laid smoothly on tho front and ForKivcmc, mv darlins-.'fA- . There was no .1- .ence is that in its concentrated form, cause you now. If others ihTAir this child's wailuur wrrtK- - side ? nst the discomforts of travel tK arid frclflsh, you V,H under and ...v If wtticre is merelybreadths ofor the skirt, forming and especially as usimlly drilled in with . a border, mother who lo,l t else covoring those the seed, the greater part of its benefit iw.. bavo tie- "' wa stranger's . Ti,riiT "..i'1'ii.i "l .""Tfl breadths as far as they are visible below is absorbed by the crop to which it ia 1 i'o standthnt. bed from Mr. Vernon's the drapery that crosses them ajt the applied. Enough, however, always ret, burdens 2 Moautuno he noticed that the mother forgive. than I couldbearSm- toj). The wool guipure laces kno'wn as mains unused to mako a heavy growth 1s J'ter Day.t We nover were Angora laces are now seen not merely of clover and generally to insure "a frainfroBi ul.soltQ thatof service. His offering to be you l cola not nrlnsr pow- in trimming widths, but in skirt fronts good catch." Bal. S.W. States, - 635,092. 1,222,895. overtures were declined in a tone of d 1,nfe 511,974. Southern States, - 2,725,513. St. Louis, Cleveland, If clover were always I am erless tp. jrlve you prsent:'to-da- Dloaure. T that are half a yard or slijrhteVt pairing resignation. the of sown with grain to which phosphate is N. B. SMILEY, Esqf, of Bradford, o,thankyon,nobod-ca- n REV. JAMES ERWIN, Methodist a vard in depth, with a scalloped lower applied, the laud would necessarily alJOSEPH JACQUES, Esq., St. Albans, help me." aSagon"th0 Vety tho"Mr B. J. WORRELL, of Ellaville, Fla, in However she told her Pa., in 1 33 2, was very seriously slek ot exVt., in January 1877 was taken desperately minister, WestiEaton, N. Y., was long and ecfge and plain selvedge at the top. ways improve in fertility, so very prostrated with Bnghts Disease l87Q was v.muij much,butln closing this sun ply aad briefly I long at treme kidney disorder and rheumatism, with Bright's Disease of the of the prosseriously ill letter I feci l.? am sarins my lat words These arc used over wool fabrics of fine I . "We're like thnneanil lent as clover will succeed. 2f. Y. Ex- of the Vidneys, and under the best treat- sick spat blood, was tremendously kidneys. tate gland,witinSammatibn disorder). In which gradually grew worse. Physicians f tu tO you Atrain. fnrrrirn mn .,H .Tim? thn bloated (a jery obstinate " On the advice of He war mmedHs, though it came abouTin ment, grew worse. and sheer quality, and will be the aminer. peace and comfort that I was powerless to being; unable to assist him. his last resort be beyond the power of the 1882, he beganpe use of Warner's Safe grange way. Jhn and me had 6ur prett a (five, bless y our future life. fashionable "transparents," Governor Drew's sister, I began Warner s and seemed to just 1 as best physicians. He then took 60 bottles Cure, and JunSth, 18S4, wrote. "The was Warner's Safe Cure, and June 25th, on the outskirts of Detroit: sixty bottles of which restored Yonn Lovixo Hrsn sv. beaded lace fronts have been over the Safe Cure, When the shaft had been con. 1834, he wrote, " My health is better thaa years ago proved percarpenter adjw4 ade everyttin- - lice Warner's Safe Cure, which restored him relief obtained of health. I have now Vhile this desparing letter was writing, bilkand satins that are now being re- structed to a height of .250 feet, one K me to full measure four years, and my case of health. January 1st, 1885, eight years manent; physcians csprcss great surfor two years past, and in some respects k Jor rae. I watdht let hfei uern-udto was indulging in atloomyrevery been cured about Kndthere'sfolksiBttl.iXS,,-5!ar-thl bctterthanitbasbeenforfivcyears. When saying badly to herself: "There are no placed by wool goods even for very mornmg wiicn tlic workmen ascended Governor afterwards, he wrote : " I never enjoyed prise." i J is regarded as miraculous." Sometimes this flat by the elevator they were surprised to I catch cold and have any slight kidney niertabugK PnTlure more festival days for us." Then sheanj; drey better health in my life than I do now, and Jacksonville, Florida, April 20th, Drew of e has the worst of it. trouble, I resume the medicine agaia and softly tohirseif two verses of a wng that lace front is of the color of the wool find a cat-a- t the top. The aninml was . I owe it all to Warner's Safe Cure. I con.111 I8S4 says " Mr. Worrell's case and cure a acre wajj.oarracks near ns all thron eh she had not recalled for years before: dres. and sometimes it is in contrast .startled at their approach and jumped give me great confidence in Warner's Safe sider myself curc"d of Bright's Disease." Kansas CitiT 538,395. the relief I believe is permanent. with it: thus white wool guipure will bo upon the wall of the monument. On? Cure and I unhesitatingly indorse it." "It wo the ove of Eastf day. acreafcsfeoatinand looSfafrout, ..e saw i - 932,210. San FranGisco, Her heart within was sad. worn over pale blue, pink, and lavender of the men went toward it, and the cat, ft three aohllprs r.liir, 1,175,868. Canada, fVr-S..' oiK o.vc t.r."eV,"",'t"ct,"4 inrowJAMES M..PAVIS, 330 South Pearl J?y H0 tnen my she aid, aftcr- - svmn- nr u'ni-- tf n.nnnA iunmwl awar,' or albatro cloth for im. jjra into the 655,250. "And how should I bf .glad? S. A. JOHNSTON. Lockingtoa, Ohio, Cincinnati, street, Albany, f. Y., superintendent of Jiowweayl bhut the door, letniia he d wool lace tho side In tlin irmnnri. Tntn.l i noon ilrvM!; when ilr JaggerIroaCo.n i83i succred from very Sept. 20, 18S1, stated that for thirty years ROBERT GRAHAM, 77 Penn street " I4itJ,ay?rn5-th"etiie of. tha dirs will trim brown woolens of darker tone; beimr smashed tn ntonis. '15 ilm t r' Mrs. S. A4 CLARK, East Granby, Brooklyn, N. Y.. suffered for six yeata serious kidney.rouble ; he weighed but he had suffered tortures with dyspepsia, cres. tho srave, . to c reseJa cashmere will have reseda lace, men expected, upon reaching the but he was entirely cured by the use of 160 pounds ; heused 18 bottles of WarConn., in 18S1 was utterly used up with form ef th Crucified from inflammation of the bladder and . vnAdimatiaifieabootiii' V was " . lnta'tsri&An Is lost forevorwore.' " and black bison cloths will have black ground, although evidently a little' w are and female complaints of stricture. Six physicians, specialists,-gavnut tMur . ir Warner's Safe Cure. Dec 8tht 1884, ha , ner's Safe Cure,and December 8th, 1884, stunned, it got up and started to run ' .),,. worst kind. Been sick ten years, and says ; " I took 20 or 25 bottles of Waraer's him up to die. In 1S33, be began he wrote, " Tbt v?as fully three years poor lolks oar wav. Th anp., mirrl, 2 ..n-tliin':ivav., whpn. tlu V!ithiii!iti ilntr VUUIH L4 UlCUCtUI.M"),- - Tn November. . loaJ. Stie Warner's SAFE Curs and its continued use, ago, I have kd so trouble since, and I Safe Cure, and it has never failed step wv woa t liiijn i.n me. tie fravsJie'd Cure cured s nave to gladly, over happy odr the lace, ami thus displaying lo bight- of it, and, seizing tho cat bv tha ? vrrote. " Warner andSafe kept me well."me he says, effected a complete cure. Under feel Erst class ad weigh 19S pounds. I any symptoms of myoldcomplaiwfif they prisons .. .. 5e Wk their ajid Hospitals. Th- - koX over tne day (advantage ite opou pattern. Harper's buck, Jiiueuit. ii amiHoion oiar. IriJSKfiSl ""K01 has four years ago, would not go lck to that time of four appeared ; ray health is goea." 0; date June 25, 1884, he says, " My health IS the ereat hospital was .brichtenod by a Ba utr. years ago for all the dollars in the continues good ; have used no medicine ,a(ui, vve Deea etayia' iub 01 soaK.eonaacted fey some visitors Bombay husbands out oft thcit " ". Ms Bal. Pacific Coast, - 624f237. wiMtmus rty,CHcaQ aad they beliave - 474,869. since April 30, 1883." United States.' "Bal. Ohio-- , r i "cm aaxioHa uuti.m .u hoit n ..ATi.i. n...-.- i and I coalda't utad thati participate in " ' ' l"uu,u"u wives noses fer puuishment. In a '" st "C,W tha a elrtcrlo w?lr .. . lirp snoli citdi irnrn .. v.LkF. .IVU w FROM thfil.r of the fcW" PP PJKB-- r v 'm'U "Wlc !,e 1 w ' IALL fume, tlnto (hatrnrden and tontfi Tenderly longimr hondr duo fo snow ' Tho form she pictured lyinpcold anl t found tho imprisoning' btono vsus rolled away. And nngpls sat where late tho Savior's body J 'i ? -- ZftUT forced umn him the tnACd2e that with a their classes ifter-eiperien- - S J tL n-- ed cus-opio- thanks-glvln- flower-border- ed wunt' M Pro-"faj- lv tho.-cro- ss -- "vJ-lH- 1 beal-wlt- ii. 3l"-tV- "'- patients. Gertrude felt that mysterious attraction toward her tbat sometimes draws us to strangers. Her prayer-boo- k was lying on the pillow, and the lady picked it upn when a relic df Wetter dayd tx the. forni ox a visiting card fell to the floor and ehe involuntarily read the name: ''Mrs. Frederick Vernon, New York." Her face Hushed with pleasure as sho eagerly inquired, "Do you know Mrs. Vernon?" "That is my name," Gertrude answered, "And did you live in rew Ydrkj and did you get the Udvofnor of Michigan to n a prisoner some vears agoJ" "I think I did," Gertrude answered, in bewilderment, "though I don't understand how vou know anything about it." 'Vby, I am Mrs. Eaton, Jim Eaton's wife, and I have written and written to you. and tried to find you, nnd now I am so glad; but I don't understand hdw vou come to be In such a place as this. And where Is your husband?" "It is along story of njisfortune and sorrow," Gertrude answered. u Wo were without a dollar in the world when we were botb taken sick and brought here, but they could not let us be together." "I am so glad I havo found ydu ! And almosf glad that you ao Iti trouble, that I mayhaXo tho chance Of offering coirifort. We unve blessed yoil every day for your one great deed Of kindness." A lew tiouri Inter Mr. and Mrs. Vernon were Installed ns honored guests in the home of the Eatous. Tho strangers whom they hud once be'riended could now repay the obligation Easter was a festival day after all. The turn in th lonj lane had come at last. With beautiful surroundings and two der voted nurses Mr. and Mrs. Vernon would have been very 'ingratefnl not td recover. During these davs of convalescence, accounts of mutual experience vr .changed till all was tcKU Prison life had proved a blessing in disguise. In his solitary hours the convict had invented a piece of machinery that bnd already enriched him, and he was now at the head of a large manufuctury, employing hundreds of workmen. To share all their good fprttlue witii tileir berie factors df loiig dgd afforded these grateful people tile nltfsl intense delight, A few iii' in tlis later the two women instituted the Charity already described. So, through their affliction came comfort for hundreds of the poor, the sick, the sorrowful. They were neither of them willing to restrict their ministrations to any one class, but they said: "So far as we can we will ihelp tho3o in need." As Easter had brought thorn great blessings tliey observe the time as a kind of memorial, making "ipeciul efforts to bestow happiness on all tUeir beitflciarles. Last year on Easter evoniug when Gertrude and her husband were reviewing the iHist she said: "I ani quite content, dear, to have had uiy lire j"ut what it has been, for it is only by passing through great trials that we can understand ths needs nnd wants of others, and be patient with all their failings. I was much touched by au Idea in the sermon something like this: In the account of the Great Day, when the multitude of Unredeemed stand Wore the Judge of nil tb earth, only one throng is specified : "These are they which came out or great tribulation.' " Francis A. Comtnt, n T'kkapn Adram V par-ddten-fold. to-da- y. -- " lound-lings- ," er-n- g. j i r FARM AND RRESIDE. r ' An English doctor says that child- - y 3A Printer' lirre. It is not a good plan to allowM ren never cry without an excuse for it Sweet are the nisi of adversity, the printcopy tic and swine to run together: I(55s4 J3ut this English 'doctor should remem- er's uses said, but ha set it up, sweet are tho of advertiiing. Sweet, indeed, to ber that, as a child always has an ex- - those who In sicknoss and suffering have urmer. , , ready for any emergency, child Seen tho advertisement of somo sovereign TJ tulo economy in rceuing, anil in a !.'o nvclttM don't ftinnt Boston remedy, which upon trial has broughtthem operations df the "farm, even if 03 from death's door. " The best thing I ever lltrald. very nttie is saveu by each one, v is only a part of beauty; jaw In my paper was the advertisement of greatly to oitr National and in, Dr. ricrco's Golden Hodical Discovery' " and serious There Is a but it is apart. Every lady tlal wealth. prevalence of disorders of tho kidneys; is again and again the testimony of those who have been healed by it of Iutfg disease, pose Mustang Liniment only good" A nice cake for dessert is maul rriay have;it; at least, what and of various diseases caused by the imit perfect oiwrntion of the kidneys nnd liver. bronchial affections, tumors, ulcers, liver tnreo taoie&poonfuls of flour, tlirei for horses? It is for inflammaMagnolia looks like it. According to Itobcrts, Thompson, and complaints and the ills to which flesh is heir. spoonfuls of sugar, the 3 elks of tion of all flesh. both freshens and other recognized authorities, kidney diseggs and two tAhlesiwojifuls of It is a Tery easy thing, even for thomost Balm orders ore very common, but tho obscurity mix smoothly and add the whites ffl beautifies: of their positive symptoms is so marked ignorant man, io be en author of note it people, his name is worth anything. Merchant four oggs beaten to a still" froth mS that many really ill and out of sorts gen-llvictims of kidnev ebm- - Traveler. are mice or nan a small lemon. Baki thev and their physicians do buttered pan m a hot oven , la plaint, and it- - Jlheumatic pains, irregular "Irtp't in tho Bad!" an not realise ELY'S,, ISHi4(fJ' nppeMWi, freqiifiit headache, chills and Sad to say, many ii- .1 t.t il. cows none ,out. tin pkin. sour nothing moro than a good thing attains to fevr, "blues," hot aud dry a fair beginning. On CREAM BALM iv me uiio stomach, dyspepsia, irregular action of the other hand it is a matter for congratuand purest food. With' no other; the bowels, nervous irritability, muscular lation that.tho growth of some evil things Then applied Inlo the no --onis mis o eeiuiai. lor tne reason! soreness, cramps, languor, impairment ot may be nlBo promptly frustrated. A large trlU, wIU bo lrtcrled, SsSBiSaS rH it has been fully demonstrated by AH EYENIX6 WITH BARNABEE. memory, loss of virility, are among proportion of tha cases of tho most wideeIeMln the the preliminary evidences of coming kidhead of eatarrtu Tlnn. spread and fatal of JK'tent authorities that the mill A the disney and liver derangement. The macr thoasandj 61 llgtited hearen vhobaTC very proline source of transiiiitti their inception in Dr. causing11 healthy ipent " F.vrnus wliU Jlarnabte" frill bo then follow lame back, Sage's Catarrh Pemedynasal catarrh.soothallay IflAunma ease develop, ;s pleasant, eae germs irom inquire food' ad swelling ankles, pal face, scalding sensa- ing and offectuaL Try It. more than pleased to aee M tamoo t'Sxraca eaUiered tfce In ihl boot, which II one ot itiS lrrst comic It has cured tloa. pfotcc'J frtfa txAdt, especially Irani impure water.- -: extant. 21 Sonpt: ISO pacca. bv mnalcalxe. from tions, tne water sometimes being very thousands. All druggists. Edited by Uoward il. Dov. Price, VS. completely heila lieaorca Manner. light and abundant, at others scarce, and frothy, and abounding d For a People who go up in a balloon togethsf ml testorri tfift usses oi rice iHiddiiiir. a e Merry-Makin- g Melodies. of a cup of rice, boifeiil ml in sediment, and, nnder the microscope, in are generally conceded to bo considerably laste and smell. albumen and tube caste. If tho deranged 'taken up with one another." Yonktrs SOTaLIQUIDorS.TUFP. n cooleil, ald the A Vocal Visitor to Cheer the Children. By Wadr yelR of kidney 3 are not promptly attended to A teir applleattona Whipple, wbo noderntnmia the chlMren"a taste, an lliree egg;, salt, a teaspoo 'ful of lis ir. there is danger of the terrible Bright's Gazette. 1 r thrm 2i nttracilvo Nursery and other A thorouj hitherto considered incurable, ones, wlili accompaniments for l'lano or Orcan. three tnblepoonfuls of sugar audi Si Disease Ilrlvrn from Sea to Seji. irtH cure. Agreeable HAY-FEV- ER music a consumption or destruction of Sbft 75 cents. size. Well adorned with Pictures, to oie. prlee 50 eenu bT shou'd lose no timo grieu nnu 01 two Jemou. witli lk which is Price kidneys the near approach of which uS61 Raycroft & Co.lOO in sotftling to uialiordtafasijlsti. Betd for circular. T. ,, The Df and brilliant Bon- pnbiiglt 6 make vgry mdist. fce alarming disorder Should awaken tho Chicago, to secure territory Wabash Ave., day Owcgo.K.T. souk ooic tor ELY UU0TttCil3,ln-,r.'Utii-. for fdrty-hv- c Use whitos fiS niinute Scholar!, y Emm Pitt. Very sweet concern, for it soon hurries ouo the most fascinating book sincethe sale of liveliest the ToonKcr the days hrmDsandtur.es. pottKUryl'h. but met. Pleatyc A Letter of Thanks. and juice of lemons for frdstingi I?: into the grave unless promptly checked. of Uncle Tom's d Pictures. S cents, 2. per lioz. kidneys have the unfortunate Disordered to it by such able critics as General Mrs. Lydia E. Finkham: Very derif urown. nxetMHffe. w eakening the vigor of tho Benj. P. ButJor, Hon. Geo. 1V. Julian nnd a lladam: My wife effect also of Corns for Little Singers. Arie A. Green has sufDAKeu tggs: laKo live eggs liver, as indicated if one has, besides tho host of others. Kindergarten. lrr fered with a displacement which caused Tor rrlmnff Bebools and the creat succejs. Full put the velks in a bowl aad stir wl above symptoms', yellow siwtted skin, p. SalBe. A her unknown pains till 1 had almost given F V Kmcrtonsftd lUuairatlona. frontal headache after plsturo little salt and pepper. The w of iweet TnE title of a d story is up'nll hopes of.flnding any relief oating, burning and itching skin, cold exfor her. tiUl per dor. "Nothing Made by Lying," siiouiu ue oeateu to a sun irotn, ai hot hood, bad circulation of writer claims, is "a true story."which, tho Bui the Guiding Spirit referred me to your tremities, there are more whites than yelka, CANTATAS Jor Chppj Sodetiea. The aud nausea, blood, Vr ndKl.a. rjceats)by llsh is 90 nlucJh better. After" the wi evacuations, constiiwUoil. piles. Variable thor must be an idiot to write for nothin". Vegetable Compound. I wont 12 miles to Til JTEB, llirUert sionr of Jljphl-.'- w a bf IHiniT JlonArers Statesman. purchase a bottle and the Jirst two doses vulkjLr-- i appetite and feelings, mzzinaes, blurred ard still 15 onn Im. iour tiio an Bcex. ague, chills, fevers. gave her immediate relief, aud after tho use !( Ulllt irrtcthem and irtlv lTghflTMfirCT!rfoy9l?u,t'' Cobb. Tl 1 Loss of power in either sex, of the firit Bottle she declared herself a new r.erruilcii, by Mai -- 3HP0K andTrice. akeiuiness at night, drowsiness by day, i. tl.r. t..., ll d for lletall however induced, speedily, thoroughly and person, two botths entirely cured her. Your OI.IVE11 UlTSOX .ti CO.. Ko.too. dish with a little melted butter U tip etc These are some of the commoner symp-toapermanently cured. Address, with three medicine' Is invaluable to me. C IL DITSOS A CO Soi Ilroadwgy. Kcir Yorlc It was inas laid down by leading medical auletter stamps for reply and book ot particubottom and bake immediately. 0"" thorities, aud with them in view one ought lars, World's Dispensary Medical Associa- deed a messenger of peace fn my house, it ? icsyftvv1 not to have much trouble in ascertaining if tion, CCS Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. cured my uife, and Gd knows I am the A French scientist has beer, st v IfV B ho is suHVriug fiom disorders of these happiest man alivo "Words con laT 'iff ing the eftecM of altitude upon ,veg great organs. fM mm ir A good printer Is a man of the highest not express our feelings towards you. TbPSft nlMPrrnfuuiil liivra tukan rvnllai! typo. He sticks to his case, and makes lion, ami concludes mat tor earn ai it 'forth by &dotibec lunm article which np- - a rule never to be out .of sorts. Palmer .Geo. IV-- Green, Campti, La. mdntat'on 01 about One hundred vn iwaxs iu anomer place 111 this pajer. SKep-ticJournal. there will Im, as A general aaraj of some of the statements made thereretaniation ot lour das; that i4 in, and at other times bv the same persons, PiKE'sTooTiiACHEDnorscurolnlmlmitcCSc. iUimjwwri-'yce have been led to make a little study of Glenn's Sulpttur Soap heals Bnd beautifies. 25c cireunistanees being equal. 4 01 When l y emra 1 tto ut t uznn to op tiim for q iVc.'ST tV5VygWe. V&ftA, Uie matter ourselves, with the above repiameu at the sea level will tappi German Cons ILeuoveu kills Corns & Bunions. time and thatAra them retarnAC&ln, Imenrai czicnr. In CHEAP, STKON'f i, ettny lo npply. tloea nave miM4 iho dio59 r sult. These diseases prevail amongst fcriLtir rr fal,iim a Dove ground tour dav? before aBiim la also A SlTlsTlTBTE rrrri irTrene;T wcn'U young and old everywhere, resulting in i erst:aTT fa: rd a. no rvaon foe Hot rnt or rnttlc. at nair tho Cost? oat cold day for victuals ' Wo wori nrsaf viiiw m We belieroitlSA PJ..ASTKK, crop planted 300 feet a&ove it. roit the baildinir. t AKI'KTS AMI KCRS K.""!! one t r tmallxi an a terrible and untimely donths; thev tako off lastuvix iucy 10 iciw juimtio uukj'iu'M Cj!voExprsjanai3a t r Bottlaofujinfa, more ieoplo than epidemics; phvslcians rrigniiv soiteu winte wikIwi a; of samo, doable tb. wear of oil cloths. Catalocn and 0Se4. Jt c!rrnin tinzf ratrlat a wilicnra T"u. report death as occuring from such disaampleayre. V. II.PAYfc CO.,Camden,N Aairtti Ur. tL V.itWs, iHrvirisk.siw iwfc cles, kmtteil or croehetel, .nin b3 m eases as apoplexy, paralysis, convulsions, to iook as well as w it they arp ca: heart disease, pneumonia, fevers, etc, YOUNG MEN Hilly rubtHHl in Hour. Cover them w when in reality these diseases are often HAVE FOUND Hour and rub gontlv, as if washin' secondary to Dright's disease nnd would IhrnTaatyxltlTsremeOrl rtliaaboTsdlMa:lTlui DI9 cutiof t .a wont kiadaadcf hmC 'l'ltSATUn PltP.I" I until Uie Hour becomes dark, "jjha seldom occur were the kidneys in healthv thnnmnt.l nt iullnhT.bncu-l- . Il.Iw i aitroicumrrtub at least ttr r a STip'nui Intra days. workintr cond.tioa. Hence, from personal in its Si;'-- t uu. Hir aruvte ami nio m clean i trnro norrna rnEZ. relief from am dose hni for Treatise. knowledge, or from the trustworthy expetosttfccrwi'iaVAirABl krHBaTISEontmsdlsus etc free . teular'fa!mi-nSB.tp o 4dr . uiiiii an soi is removed. .Shake w rience of other competent judges, we be- Anopf'T i!iv.rt3fii'i-- ('a'.l)n5'nelire. KVURY to all patltnts. II. II. (JltKLV, free br mall to aor affcrtr. Oitpv M. X., S3 I)S. T A. wi lsr! Et- yw Tork. aud hau; in the wind until no atom lieve thero is uo proitaraUon equal to the STUHEAT TUAhACrs Ul'NROMfm a t.onea Avcuat, Atlanta, i.coi cla. an the Cured wlttwutoperstlonortna iiour remains m uie wool. VI vmr. remedy that Is so prominently mentioned IhorouRh rlia-k- J cir.jic'i iLaimerfe.asTorru.Merchant. particuTraderla every !jy EWLAWS Injury trussss Inflict or blOOLDiERS eommisaiona . Oraccr'MTfroM one would not care to cleans) in Uil elsewhere in thb issue, for preventing nnd lars addicsa Loatmon Co., :gc, hcvr Torlc rcllevIleaerter. ilnince rromiaDvr.oy ur. J. a. e ed Pent Ions aadlncrcafsc. cxterlencel9Teara: way articles Uiat are worn next to U curing the dangerous disorders of which Sherman' meiliod )t&ir. l Uroadway.lCV. Book. success prno f rr Vr a t r rirruiars anf laws. we havo written. It has had an extraorwith liteneaa of Caea lcfore and .r homt maiiea io V A. W. JlcC01lMli.K & bOX Clnclanatl. Onlo. tencenta. J'atie.t treaitd Itate.aftercure. tatnt day. bwly, bit for shawk, catM and heai dinary sale, is evervwtltti" nnnninunlul coverings Hour answers admirably, .the record o its wortt seems indisputable. Our hfln.lboolf "How toProctm ottrs sriRD ELIXIR ls.1 v.! 4 jits tiianu acturers arareputed to be men of t ilnrcntors.ltyra. . hM .. MS5i fiV il si 3gj?i IS 3es i l Z2 Ff PATENTS Patents"e. free 8.WasA. P. LACEY. . ijwj. knitr taf wm.w ;r. K. A practl. a tne nignest sianaing. y, o Sold, therefore ii. .... Patent AUys. tilnfrion.D.U. ine nappy owner ot a cow ca iat not to use it, ir rTOln!rodj4fiTtaMLi .". K3HWIIHIWVI1. tS led. would be a m1k'I thetniltberr- known a.id r!- -' . iw33 .. hJTih Ic4 III tae aiwavs provide some dish for dessori liil'l ' one's sufcrtmieet interests, CIOAR CX'MP NT. ofliberal EW YjIIK & IlKVAUK line L.A.L.MlTUJilO.,asTau,fslllUl A.N.K E. 1023 arran?etncmaSAiBT or tiecially at th s time iben. threatened upon short notice. Here are direct'ont Ooxaissio-- i pal to tha l nun. For further particuhighest lars anil Unas aAlrrtt. n: cae, iy a fearful epidemic, it of the for a "trirte:'" Cut several o THE NEW YORK &. HAVANA CIOAR CO. mportance, according to PURGftTIVE sponge cake into small piec& of regulat selehrated German cholera Dr. Koch, the 67 Broadway, New rortc. socialist, that siiajie. say au inch square; put them ,ve keep the kidneys, liver vml digestive into a dep china bowl, cover with R. U. AWARE rgans in healthy action, 11 xie scourge THAT rich boiled custard, reserving the whiter ould be escaped. Lorillard's Glimas Plug of the eggs to whip for tlw top, or il PosltlvelT enre SICK HEADACHE. Bijonsness. and all IiTVB and rJOWri.ComplalnU,XAT.ATtT. "What man has done, man wn d0." the cow produces cream, hs the whiu--j bearinp a red lin tag; that Lorillard's ULOOD rOIS3X, and 8km Disease. (ONE PILL A DOSE-female Complaints these Pill Nonsense : How can a man doR thing baTonoeqnaL "I and then araluabla Cathartic and LI vr P11L for Dr.T.M Palmer. Alontlcello. Hs-.Ifose I.cnf fine cut. that Lorillard's of the eggs' in the ctlstanl awl whip a or n ox In m? traciice I use so ofJier. J". Senslaon. iLD.. UiWl't. lowt" coia dotM already? Boston Tran- - N'nvy Cllppins.. and tbnt Lorillard's Snuffs, are anau far SS cts. la tunpi. vaiuacia uiansauoa yitKB. i. S. JOJLNBUIf S t'O., iiUSTOii. aTBHft. pint of cream for the top of the bowl icript. the boat and cbeatat, quality con&ldered I flavor with vanilla and sweuu slightly Bro. Jonathan's Jokes HOG DISEASES. Tha "Arm ana. Hammen . DAIRYMEN add the sugar while whipiug tht and FARMERS For Couohs and Throat Disoitirna Ihould U$8 onhrtha "Ami and Haninier'' hrand brand Soda and Saleratus is used with great "Jiijtca iiiustraletl Srnt, e Bhowm's Bronchial Trocuks. "leve oream. Bwa for Cleaning ana Keeping Milk Pans Sweet and success for the prevention and cure of HOQ forTweireCenta. Dver changed my inhud respctinp thxn KueUarfalxuUix IImm, Zat btluiSlninUL except I think better of that which I bet yz2."3&. uiean. it is ine ueti tor an CHOLERAandolher diseases. CLOVER. Household Purposes. Mix with the animal's food. ai I FARM TXIXORAPHT, or utinking well of." Ilr.-- - Henry and Ei"li HEEE. fcituatlons fur- Iheckcr. Sold only in hojk.es. 25 cents. The A'alue of TliU Plant hh a KirUIirlH; AHMiNKliKcs ,Jant3Tlile,Wis. Lnistifd. (I HAMMER lilt'inoHt. " and cured without the kjilfe. .t Knfchsh circus clown is reported hale j Ill tkoe dnys the long mtatioii gen- and heartv at tha age of eighty. Shows INCER? ,siu'r sentire amm To insnro obtaining only the "Arm k Hammer brand Soda, Kane Co,lu. urOMiiM what a litfht diet w ill do for a man; lived or Salcratni. Luv it In " connd or half wound" earioona which erally ineant system which kept th en sawdust for yars, probably. Boiton aa Inferior goods are sometimes substituted for the "Ana k boar ocr name td U IXn SendforCataloeuesof MuMcallcstraroenti land longer in gi'-- :. It was therefore Uwtfrfw. Ask for tho "Arm & Hammer" brand SALS0DA (.Washing Sodaif MWJ , and Gc Sheet Music to F. Ham, trie. Pa. regarded as favorable to fertility. Il really was favorable, for as no cornI 1 ,- Jr A ar Skin ad Did you Sup- - wide-spread v. -- mmw BARNABEE'S -- SONGS; digenses-consutnption-ba- vd teste-Uon- a. mssmsi cotlec-tlo- m dark-colore- two-thin- ls well-beate- treat-wa- il ! te r-.- Clr.-un- re Cabin-consta- ntly com-pare- ' fat-cover- ed eye-boll- s, recontly-publishe- e, light-colore- 3 I ;.,..tu. i..o k"J llrer-CWis- b. I - oi-'.- S. - .s to-da- y. w al I 4 eaei' fits! tj -Ti ot T'v EIH kIi LLAI MJ3Jmk J. ! vw rif. 1 - 1 1 n-- 33,000 f er 11 EASTMAN LLEO 1 DRO isav c 1 OUPTiON. . -, Itad-le- Tesil-monlal- f. , t tlii 1 PcU-epii- c, - .jertf'ihfSmrr, - tSi k -- fcw4 a-i- nit t 1 . . - .- I&. ,..,. mg. m 4jNT. M wi h . lU-n- sl.c-i-- s ggg , -- i lliJ TYPE-WpiTIN- O Ai-ins- , I'o.ti-ai- 8H0ET-HAS- I s Him "AEM & trade-mar- k, BRAND" M I - S1& ' - 1 "sw h t", BOTTIj3E3S r 03?11 d 1 buckwheat Warner's SAFE Kidney and Liver Cure (its former title.) wij&'EZ.TJJSL.'Ei.'r it xt9 3 1 . t i it and -- 1 EX-GO- pl - dis-ord- ei iniK)v-cribbe- War-ner- - nt - - .. m-e- 2. -- 11 - -- rj-,,-"- u-s- ;iv tm,riaro?i h tt14 - cro - dead-bu- s s ' lneW d XT?' w self-absorb- ed box-pleut- ed fwi-eaty-Jlv- o Sgaau;ldI,Uatjl ., --- - r :... L of Sufferers Require, thereby Resort to the Remedy that Saving Continuous Debiiity and Expensive Medical Attendance. RD TIMES WITH YOU, IT fc - over-ca-- hK,J'lo' "O ATIBFACTIOM C3rUilL:LA.3ri3?ElE113.l Krbe.,that three-fourt- hs - a paifikfrt -- ,11,. " ca-hme- re - lTmrt izr cream-colore- t 0 rtJf81 ' iTjl JmSw 7a e cait - a.,,' i- .... . .- --.j r. .- - e 1 ii 8 w lSi& ! V"T i.-- -j (State) hS b-- ported. T.-- e v THE TESTIMONIALS ABOVE CIVEN ARE MA2(MiTXX VUJiJliJJ d&VbKAb T&AK9 VW PERSONS WHO WERE U KfiMAItH OU, s 11 4 itiMJarn 11 111 1 nM- -i j .xj!afftMMgnaagTiriin , nun li u is any truth imrthciTlie SuHsui's A'tw Friend.1 . acneral medical worltl ti;a vrarl Kjutiuwv rw- - ...1. v into t o... "old u::ii n will be one in which incornnratcd pointed our new Minister Miss A'unic Ktloerr is visiting towns may save thousands of0 kej is one of tho best friends in dairi); lars by expending ono thonsantf politics. Cox bus been fellows in r u mi i in Washmi i m.... in cleaning up. The medical ington a great many years, and ho iiy PUOTOGRAPIltcnt by , ntpn WHt world for twelve months has been lilts done splendid work for his SVAN. WEATHEKFOKD ??... l 8.H ti'hnlSI.OO Will Kuy IVoin Alcsnndrr publishing warning after warning party and for the country no - Jfnxw-ll- : of the almost certain i&itatio of used to be a newspaper man, and H&VS VJ bBili 20 yds, Brown Domestic, yard wide. cholera, and tho only preventive his apprenticeship on tho ' good Gingham Checks. 20 Was for towns to clean up thor- served Calico, nice Stjlcs. Columbus, O., State Journal. Cox Oliver Plows, one and two hOrFc, Jeam. " 118 " oughly, streets, yards, bacl; prem- ic still one of tho most gt'aphic of Handles, Point, Mould Board, Gtmuhirds I.v.vn, fast color. " . " VS long. ises, good pure cistern water, &c. writers, although his work has of UolK &e &c. &J lar,tf! check Towels, ?,') in. K V! It will be too late when tho epi- recent years run to speaking more lnweribiuazoo Plows, one and two horPC, j air Gents Coltnn half Hose. thtfn was ever offered, home or Calf bhoes. 1 demic is ui)on you to commence. s, than to expressing his views on abroad." Two home, cut 12 ittrhe?, S7.00. 1 " Meti3 Full Slock It will be too late when .vour-citiIIo is not by any means a Oae horae $4WJ. Great Ittiraiu in i hoe '' 4 godd work Shirts. ze'ns are Ilecing, your business paper. rich man, as ho might have boon- Plow which are claimed to b equal to auy Crentie-sprinlias conic--. Who houses clostul, the people in "the Chilled Plows mads long career in country afraid to come to a plugtie- - after his developed any politics if Avery PIiiwh, S eel and cast, one aiul two now t doubts it he had traits of horse, extras &e. our Mens, Yonlhs and Boy", elegant lniccteu locamy, to taiic of econo- dishonesty. His wife owns- tho Meikle & Co s. I'me of P!ov.s points, c. Hue of clfsp, Medium art! fine Clothing, my in such mutters, &c Such a house in which ho lives over in Bloiint'.s True lUne Plows. iUlie patent) Juirchnsiup cleaning up a8 occurred in 1S7P, West Twelfth street, and sho is "world 1hti:o," , which never enters acrowALEXANDER & HAXVELL. with our good cistern water, will the possessor but eoiitju-Tof a comfortable ing w.ihto the blue !evmg the field in the ribbon flying Hickman dry goods merchants make Hiekmnli cholera proofr fortune. Mr. Cox is a rather short, breeze liv61y. business have been doing a rouiulbodied man, with a flow of A full line of Malta Double Shovels, A :.oiiiiirknbIe EMCnptv, this week geniality and humor which ap- talking and Riding Cultivators, unquesMrs Mary A. !niley, of Ttmkhannnck, Crllfl't the lent" and see samples of Pa.! was aflliLtef for six Ve.tw with Asthma pears to bo exhaustless, but peo- tionably the tcpt in the wor.d. Wellj it men 'niOTOGRAPIIS, and Hruuohitis, I'uriiu which time Bie ple who regard him simply as a makes us laugh, feel gol, when we Cultit SWAN. WEATIIEIIFORD phvrticians cnuhl give no relief. Iler jester mistake him. Ho is a deep, tioiiihcTrue Blue Plows and Malm vators, knowing, in our judgment they arc of, until in lnst October life as well nB a brilliant, thinker, the best of their kind in America. The scarcest article- - on the she wan procured u King's ew Hick mau market is good, fresh Dicoverv, when Bottle of Prrelief was felt, though ho has made the mistake In addition to the above we have a full immediate country butter. ar.d by continuing iN uw for a short time of appearing too frequently in the and complete line of Farm Implement Machinery, c Reapers, Mow ens Uitlder-Cot- tl Ladies and Gentlemen desiring a fine be va If. completely cured, gaming in flh light of a humorist. Pedplo have Planters, check and drill; Wheat lbs ft few month. conio to regard him in a light of Drills. $50 OH; Sulky Breaking Plows $3; Custom 5?hoe, will find tfie lafitt tiile, lest L 60Fr-Triul Boti les of thin certalu Cnre of jocularity on tivodi, anil loiettl price at our etore. Wc Hay this account. Cox Cbrn Stalk Throat and at MOOKE pair to give entire aatiifac- - all LAKDRUMS.Luiir Revolving; Hay Tedders Hay iabout fifty years old and as full Threshers, Sorghum mathinery, &c Koike, & Large Bottles SI 00. muncv Tfjunara. 0? sprightliness as a boy of two,n-ty- . ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. . Field Seed of th best, Lime, Stdt, IIo could bo electGil to ConOur friend and r Paris, ahd PiHstcreri Hair, ' ' -- Good Friday, April SiU Said Mr. j. 1l Cook, i canvass- gress from his district over and Land Plaa'cr Tiy Lijid Piitr. it m a to plant .Irish ing the county as agent for that over again for tho next half cen- world beater on Cloor. &3. Poplar and "'tfrbo a good-timpotato ert. Cypres valuable work titled "The World's tury if he should live as long, but Siook. Shingle Feid of all kinds for PICTURES in cloudy an well a3 clear Wonders," as seen by the- - great he apparently prefers to go into Gcnera assortment of Family Groreries weather by tropical and polai explorerswhich tho diplomatic service. He will Prices as low a the lowest for first clasWEATHER FORD &. SWAN. is a complete encyclopedia of haVe a lively time of it in Turkej1, goods. Don't forgot our prices on FUiir. Fancy, Better than ho who wipes their travels, adventures, and dis- where the wily ilea and tho evaAisp, agent for tife new sive mongrel pup combine to lend high, straight grUe, tnire an I sweet, $1 "U ft way a tea is ho who prevents it coveries. Family til 53 M. We cordi ntr ' from startiug. "Peerless Bible,'1 which in arrange- atmosphere of anxiety to ordinary ally Iwrrel. all to come, toexamine Goods and initc ment, print and illustrations, is everyday life. At any rateL he learn price before buying, it will uo you ir.GSl IIOGSI! JlOfiSIIl said to be far superior to any edi- win be a big improvement on Lew good. Wliy )it them die witli cholera when , RCfpeot fully, .Han' rr Salmon's remedy will save them. tion now out, and besides arc fnr- - Wallace, whose place ho takes. uishcu subscribers about 4U per Eviry package puaranleed. Sold by PHOTOGRAPH'S by.initantancous pro- POWELL&BRO. cent, cheaper. Our people have CCnd, J. W. CowgIel, Druggist. March 6Ui-tpr3,3t this great advantage, that Mr. WEATHERFORD & SWAX. W 2. Powell and wife are Cook is an old citizen, well known . ftbsent attending Xow Orleans as reliable, and will iudulgo hi no Jolm IS. McGcIzcc Dcatl. misrepresentations E. position'. John Rv McGchce, one of the I) Tti cue Aro .Solid Tncls. Itnbblt EgTK. most worthy and most prominent The best blood iuui.ier and Rfftem re?u citiscus ot Fulton county, died, at Don't forget that next Sunday will be EASTER and every child will want pret latir ever platted within the feaili of suf his home) near Cayce Station, Braids, Curls, Putfc, Frixes, Bangs, ug8 Diamond Dyes will "fix them. Sold fering humanity, truly i EWetiic Bitters. Wednesday morning last, or pneu- made to order. Inactivity of Liver. 15.liuirfR, JaunJ. W. Cowgill. V dice, Constipation. Wek Kiduj'fi, or any monia. Mr. McGchce was a farm LADIES CALL PLEASE --Th'e Hickman Courier flour- dipeape of tlie urinary organ,;,, or whoever er, a man of line iudement, of reqi'res tonic ori'miM good property, and scrupulously ishes like a green bay tree. 2jTcw will always fintt the Special JVotrce. subscribers daily. Tho people best and only certain J2lectriOit'cr rhey correct and upright in nil things. cure" knon. All persons indebted to the firm of Hon juu6i nave iu act surely and quiokly, every bottle guar- He was an active, outspoken man, durnnt & Drcwry, will pljAe come forward 1 satisfaction or money and for many years prominently at ah early day, and waWe mi t vircws 100K8 more anteed to give entirefifty juic miest a refunded 6ld nt bv connected with the public welfare Umce at li. Uollttw tirtiiThiors Aiexa i er peaceful between Eiigland and MOORE & LKDRUM centG bottle and affairs of Fulton comity. His & Maiwell's old stand & iiuseiftv England is trjing con- BONDUIUiYT DR2UKY. to the great Miss Ycrona LuttrelK daugh- death will be a for ho loss in deed cUumon. Hickman, Ky., Fe' 12, 1856. county, was entire Mr. Ed Case has moved his ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lnttrell, and m truth one of our best citi grocery into the Sohm brfok, died, at her parent's residence, zens, lie leaves a large family JUST RECF.IVD A LARGE ASSORT East HickirtaU, Tuesday, and was and relatives to mourn his death. MENT OF where his old friends and buried at city cemetery, Wednescan fiml him. day. The deceased was IS or 19 now at OUFffiAKDAVBRF two millionaires, J. Lawrence 3'ears old, of rare personal beautv, New Spring Goods, AMBERG'SSONS. J. 4pt. l'iick and Herman Oclrick, fonglit bright mind, of a swedt and amiaii duel in New York, last week, ble disposition, and poossed of aro England and loney didn't make them fcappy. such characteristics as'to make ously borderingRussiawar. dangeron Great home' and -- .VisS Uettie u earn, after sunshiny all her suriouutlings military preparations are being and liappj. It is sad to rpiMKiing. several, months with see one so young, so beautiful, so hastened in both countries. relatives, in Knoxville, Tenn., re promising, VU also, keep conslantlv on hand the taken from us; and conof Lac Curtains turned homo Sunday Nice and solation can only come from Him and Carpets,chep stock at & ROELKER -- Mi8S Loula Powell, daughter who alone can comfort. J. AMRERG'S SONS. yflElKLE 4 t. Powell, who has been at- ; of J ElurlcIfii'N Arnlcu b'ttTsin Ii Fnces' school. X:ish- . hi ittr.it. The Vihe, lias returned Iitimc.a.thislkn r..wnJIkstSalvi: " klflHhL.-stQj JTXIWtfrn. tm. .HttaiHnmiHMHMMpi!nKon-.s- . Tetter, Ofianned HMii. W3 Sain.', Hawkins, deceased, foriirorty of FuUo? ant Mrs. Casper Sohnt. a gorrrran torns curesall bktn B n tions and vtoiiTt countv, Ky., and for the latiew year: .Malta doubi.1? shovels,. lively CULTIVATORS, or lived in Lake count-- , Tean., moved lady, an old resident of Hicknmn-- , Is guaranteedPiles, given CORN DRILLS. Ac. to .tfefacthn there J.n. to Green county. thed fcunday morning last, of or money refundetl. PrI-- - 25 cents pr where she died, Fell. 2d, of pneumonia, at Ml and examine our PI)VS and pripneumonia. She leaves one child box. For Sale at MOORK A L KURUMS. he,r daughter, Mrs. Sallie McBride. She 0ld in viewer than have eer was about 65 years of age. was a member tin- - narfcet. 10 mourn her los. Our neighbors are growing of the Baptist church at Poplar Grove. Srvx)0K OUT FOR THE LARGE Mrs. Robert Irvine, after a rather lawless, if the Cuba, Graves Sbe leates five daughters and two eons to somewhat protracted Illness, died, County correspondent of the May-fiel- d mourn lier Darling mother, thaa luif t Wt ne. it her hiisoand's residence, Sun-- 1 Monitor, correctly represents And mr lw h dif Jj- fetl ; day, and iw.is buried Monday at the following incident: ''On the Yet, 'tin GimI tbnt hath bereft us Us can all ear .orron h? uU rK IJrown's grave yard, in tho coun- 7th hist, tiie 'bloods' of this neighA& v try. Sincere condolence is oxtdnd-c- d borhood cursed tho Magistrate of Lake Star, Henderson News, end Mai the bereaved. our town, ran the constable off, den Clipper, please cipy. Mrs. Ida Piummcr, who has knocked down the County .Attor In Hickman, Thursday, April 2, at the . l, tioen snondincrth6 winter with her ney, and declared their 'mdenen- - res'idence of her son in law, John w Mrs Mary E. Duncan. Burial to hl Pit0 offlIe(1 orfoe 9e father, S. X. White, at Brooks-- ! WhiclfV P aiivda was the cause day, at City Cemetery. villo, Florida, reached home Tues of tho trouble." ' day. Her sisters, Rosa and Lillic Council Procccdlnp. White, returned with Iier See the new Slippers and Hand Sewed LOCAL NEWS. " If there -- - : mm tu iiBftl.'I ATLTji liy m in nil TO! - irr.-- T " -'- - i "J2?-ZIrSr- -" 9? " - "HAMB IM I AIT! TAP, iEm. QiOT," py s f st i w q . J OutSfoe- I E - r js llrt.. eoriinlfc in nil donnrf mpnts with frnJi ileasoiiable i La-lie- s . Bro-an- - - - S-- c - D5l e ln-for- cou-te- st . lx-s- dcf-paire- one, on anying disc. "Eeniember you can save money" by buy both Offtrtirrn nnd tlnnllKfir,- mniitifnnhiw. Wro linvo n nnrfect shinload Of ing your general supply of BiJy Goods, NoVThajp Qoods, tLaces, Swiss, MmU and Hasn. tions &c, &Cj from Headquarters, and Head"kfk Era"broidries, SleaX Irisli Point, quarters forjBargains is with the "Old Ee Linens, Crash.es, Tovreling, Sjo., liable" Plant Bros. & Co., in the new brick, whtoh are offering VERY LOW. near Buchanan's corner. Headquarters foi1 mens and ladies fine offering some rare bargains, and consumers will look well to b.v consulting the qualities and prices of our Goods. Y e F ml0re,3t'5 re showing all the novelties and tints of the season in our L ise. sro n mL m 1't SEX , Yoa meet-the hmi It" We can antl will GOOD Prices of any in our line of Merchan - e Cut-cr-- , Rake-.Suihpit- nl Di.-iea- JOH,-a- r - Ce-me- ni, fellow-cQllnty-ma- n, l'la-to- o - Our,Cjothing, Gdnts Furnishings, fine Shoes and Hats are superb. Don't Kl to sec them. Wap now carrying a Very large stock of Trunks, ValiseS) Bags, SatcboS Carpets and Floor Oil Cloths, which wc purchased direct from you to buy from first hands, and sav- the EPfcfltctururs, ainuKllcnian's profit. We have some very handsome patterns in our iug Carpeis, awl housekeepers should not do themselves the injustice of not scclii" thenh Wc guarantee our prices uniformly lowest on everything thus-enablin- SJiOIOESJS CUSTOM every inftiie city, tliQ best ted. WJw Made tlie Loio -- pair Warran Prices!' 4b' ALEXANDER & MA-XWEXJ- xox- l, ng3 ! I of GQUBACTOBS f. r friends and the public generally, thai Wb hT.jhst rtceivefi Etnnounce t on imntcnge stck of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trade ot parties with. . ...... n- - . tno f T?.,n;.,.n : i t i. .. nti i.i lllg lO uut. lie tun euun u. b,jm v iuimiuic tu jiioiu bru iancy Also, aEne'llh amiture f Qi HAIR RE UIIIL JMW. OQ'&m.&W & Havaiu stock and arc constantly adding a complete line of 'Q'aaidertiftlBMs ejs H-- e siim-ulaii- t, lm 7 lk f We propose to fiiake our Pr'ce to suit the spirit of the times, You can rest assured you need never leave .our house to look for cheaper goods. "We propo6 fo sell as h ta any retail Furniture store in the ''Purchase. v ery respectfully, Bliii and Mnuldinp, A complete line of A full line of Carpenters tools T.P. WILBURN &CO. S5S.ore rooms in new Odd Fellows building. . Jri?All kinds of Repairing dono on short no lice, and in a work man ehip style. we AfeB are prepared to give special inducements as a. and Builder's ITai'dware generally. Soolss, Hinges, Butts and Screws, ITails, Also, Contractors and Builders of Housei; r LJj Up 'C I :if al kinds, from a Brad tofJOd. cii-to-in- ers Rooking nd r eting stoves, tinware, i It and iroiisekedpcra Supplies generally. i-- - COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK a specially. Again wo make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring Wc extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see us. Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace Our prices will bo as low as consistent with a legitimate business. April 3, 18S5, J, W. CORjSIA.3" & CO. 2To3sv7oar, !3amburg Also, fine an&sheap bnon &aoos9 kwns, &m"broidri, Tor &Qt , mm, siS's&psg? ahV -- gg asvmmml IHBtx-i- ' (5''i Dress E223 - rfo-.irM- 9-- z sas5 kJk, Mm, : igks, E;-:r.iilj -- - - - - TO MAKE BW CLAIMS in print, tos:iy my Furniture "is the best," requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's iiilt; to back up the AVe af e sole agehis for the American Hand-sewe- d Shoe Company) for hiim with the prodf is a more difficult matter. None of my wbuld-b- e Men's Ladies and Children's wear the' are certainly the best and pretrivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their coods. are tne tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our best." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when stock of iskcd to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" oods. This is a good way for people "who keep inferior goods and Wish f to make them gtf by blowing," but it is not my way. Up, Jit,, -- Cow-gil- '""Wilbouruc's street cleaning Shoes, 4-- at 5- - brigade is doing duty this week on Clinton and Jackson streets. Tho city should extend its operations in every part of lown, and see that private lots are cleaned at the same time. The National Pmnp Company ensperided operations for some-lim- e full time". J. AMBERQ'S SONS. t. ; ? II J. 5 ft-- t ? -- . u. "i This business of this factory at Hickman will be greatly enlarged this season. Every vacancy in federal offices that have been filled since the fourth of March has been filled with a good, straight Democrat, except Pearson, of New York City, who is a Republican, postmaster Mr. David Alexander returned from Lexington, Ky., "Thursday, bringing with him some fine blood ed stock and cattle. Ho bought old Jack that took h three-yea- r the blue ribbon at tho New Exposition.' It is a beautiful an i ma b John Nichols, tho barber, and "one of the best ever in Hickman, has moved his shop into tho Laclede hotel buiidiug. His room is a real tonsoriai parlor, for neat- iiGsB and taste, and if yon patronize him you will enjoy a luxury received at the hands of few barbers. Tho new machinery for Hich mug-wnm- p Or-leans has commenced running" on The steamboat R. R. Springer sunk below Waterport, La., Monday morning last. None of'tho passengers were lost, but the'ear-g- o EQUALIZATION. is reported a total loss. Mr. On motion, ordered that $1,000 be added Robert Douglas and his sister, to the equalization assessment of Mrs. II. Knoerr. Mra. Green, and Miss Ida ItOAD TO rUJIP TACTOKT. of Hickman, were passengers for tho New Orleans ImposiOn motion, orJered that a cheek Vj ii tion, and continued, their journey sued to A. P.Smith for Sfo to repair the hill road to the Pump factory. on tno JSatciiez. ASSESSMENTS TO STAND. SORE (!CRE Qr 4IIJOLERA or No one appearing to complain of the (JAPES in chickeniij Salmon's Chicken changes in the assessment, on motion, or Ad-am- s, IIickma.v, Ky . March. 26, 1835. met pursuant to adjournment. Present Councilmcn Beckmap, French, Case and Witting. Meeting called to order by Mayor Cow gill. Minutes of former meeting read and approved. Council cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly) and i9 much cheaper than the usual price. "We have the lateststyles bf Men's, Boys' artd Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other Family Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Now is the time to gel good bar1 is the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate ZSTLOW PBICES& gains and good selections. Gall and examine our Stock abd ybli Will bs Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, with first-cla- ss convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. and inakes horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you know what good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't; it you want the test give me a call and I will show you. Diamond Sewing Machine, tlie I am also agent for the light-runni- J A T Tm Q, TT JuJLJJ. JU mis itfei&j J. AMBBEGe SONS ng ladies friend. M 1 tice plicatc"0 N. B. have the best stock of Uildertaker'fl Goods, and will du- H' PRlGESrG Customers politely served on short no btore across me street irom noicomoes new cirug store. Kespcctfully, I alo J. W. eoWCJILL, DBABER IIT j V E. T. GKA-RDiSnEii- MUSE & SHAW. DRUGSl'j PATENT Trusses AKD New Dnj Etore. Moras m ig?iP inoHa?TJisrE , - ' Laaoiiun TO & I3ST nl 3) MEDICIN1ES! A.XvT33 InTETV IIOMjE AyxJi Nt &t Powder. Sold by apr 3, 3t J . j Y. Cowaizx, Druggist. S at Fulton, Sunday last, for An idiotic negro was arrested placing tiered that the City Clerk prepare the tax book in accordance with the corrections as' published. On motion, Council adjourned. B. E. MILLET, C. C Attest, SUCCESSORS L- J SEWING MACHINES PAI2STT S i li-- ?: T - r H - .c .. j ped Monday last, and is due here bow. It will be placed as soon as possible, and the factory j)nt in motion. This company is buiidiug a tram-watrack from its two saw mills to tho river, which is a great improvement. Mr. Tim Walton, the gonial, whole soulcd, good humored Tim, lias transferred tho scenes of his mercantile life front Plant Brds & Co's., to the house of H. Bucb-auawhere his old friends and customers can find him ready and anxious to wait upoii thenh Mn David Browder, aged7S,1 was married, in this connty, on tho '2nd instant, to Mrs. Bottio "West- - The bridegroom is ono of the pioneer's df tho county, and mm of our best and most substantial citizens. Much joy and hap-insg attend tho couple. y n, man L. & M. Company was ship- Canned Goods. obstructions on tho railroad.. Ho said he wanted "to SBG de train A new lot of all kinds of Jellies, Mar" knock 'am high off do tract." rowfat Peas, String BeanB, IVas, Tomatoes, Such obstructions being danger- Apples and Peaches, at W. BOGEBS'. J. ous to tho lives of tho travaing 'SqTuro'Boaz-prope-rlpublic, com If tho people of Ohio are as mitted him to jail. strongly in favor of changing Gen. GrAnt lingers in a critical the time of their State election from October to November as the condition. His physicians say he Legislature the proposition will LitUliiHtUlliillilllUliUl.lll.JUtlhllUltUl.i.uJlB may last ten days, or death may bo carried almost unanimously. eomo in ten minutes. The disease There were very few voters is now beyond the control of the against tho measure in either B. COLLINS, Proprietor, house. doctors. Dh Yandell of Louisville used a (Clinto:i Street, Alexander & Maxwells ' Old Standi a recent meeting of the metaphor in recommending cheer- At charito organization sociely of lumcB8 in a commencement ad- J1ICKMAN KENTUCKY. Washington, I). C., a member re- uress tne otner day tnat was ported that a womaii) who ibade a worthy of Sidney Smith. "A liring bystreet bogging, ha'd) givhopeful disposition," he en a reception after tho inafonra-tio- n said, "is your only true umbrella DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, DVESTUFFS," ceremonies, which wasfduly in this vale of tears." reported, with the usual adjectTOILET ARTICLES, ives, in the society Columns ofthe BUU3HES, SOAPS, IOW TO SVE IfONEY PERFUMERV, ETC., ETC. Washingtbn papers. y dSAIiEES r TOILET ARTICLES JC3GSS5 &foty:c.mtfi DfcUGF.MEDICIrTEU 7 .,14, Lan-lruinV- SUNDRIES, PAtNTS, dlLS vlGENTS!FOR THE WHITE SEWING MAGIliNE. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. Moore & i i BOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplies. Fancy GOODS, TOYri, and PIOTURES; OlQP'STS &C, &C, &C;J fk e..1 j?Pre6cription5filled p. M. f r R IsUJjbasjcan bs founl at Dr. PARIS' Office, to attend night calls a at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock pSEsoiriPTioisrs A. specialty TAX SALE. By !t of taxes' due tlt State of Kentucky, T will, oa Monday, the 13th day of Alril, 1885, at 1 o clock, p5,; offer for i4j0 for caah at the ciurt hotta door 1H lllektnan, Ky., to tho highest hldder, the following real jtate belonging to the partita named herein to satisfy tho taxes and edit duo on sama un- pmwin am cogtg itrx sooner pnlil : - IbSsIABIiIS The old, popular and always reliabl64Hardware house bf wide-spreadi- ng 'a WA JlLi AH gbbdsfguarahtced to NAMES OF Nearest resident, TAX 1 PAYERS csUbu. no. Citrd, E. n, hrs. Shavr, UIk8 City or Town lb cated: o 2 fi. m O 9 E s c M I H 52 03 Has a splendid stock of the Very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at 1 1 The finest quality of LIQUORS for MeThough all the papers havo '.asWe are "Wholesale Headquarters for al dicinal purposes, Tabaccosj Clgfti-setc. serted that Millionaire Mackey grade ot Everything fresh and new. gfiySave money by buying your Medi gave his daughter no dowfy,tau GBGVIH,5S3SM.T0iACG0a&lC!ARS cincs, etc., from Ibis bouse. eye Avitness to the marriage? ceremony edmes with the storf that and will job to dealers only at Factory PUESCKIITIOXS. tho generous father Slipped a prlees; also the An experienced and thoroughly comcheck for a round million oh the petent prescrlptioniat engaged, and ready and rj;rior 'tot;h lMt Bank of Naples into the hand of Ddil hVl al all hours to fill 1 escriptious n fccUrat My , J" 65 t raley, FfVl. faiuoforKB.i-iinn- , ' ame for 1 H. Bppa fame for Da Ftsneh' Gritan.Oav.hrs: uaruuci,juQ( l'icls, rotts, Andrew hrJ. look. Jprwlfa rarpenter;ja,F 320 SWaran land. DO1 J. O. A. CooDer, 44 J. O. A. Cooper. 4r J. u. a. Uoooer. 46; J. 0. A. Cooper. CO x.. Apperson. 170 East Hickman. Old Ulckmaa. ISKJ-'- M 1883-'8- 4 1883-'8- 4 1S83 1SS3 II. Eberhart. Old; Hickman. East Hickman. 1883 1883 1884 IS81 J8S4 1SS4 1884 the Prince di Golona shook it at the altar. When lie the best in the market. We also keep and promptly. constantly on hand a choice" selection bf ji Ilayf.Siahf,. East Hickman. East Hickman, East Hickman. East HicKhlan; Old Hickman. G A Hickman. I8SI 1683-'8- 4 18S4 I 1 FAMILY GROCERIES, The Boston Herald recollects" CONFECTIONER! ES, that t was President Lincoln vhd AND FRUITS, said that lie had very little4 iiflu- which we will sell verj low for Iho cash. f ucu whu iiiu iuiimiiittiniiion; 'out Please call and see us. no one," it adds, "will ventnn to say that of Mr Cleveland." 1 FUQUA & BcBO.W. MiddlatoDi c Having DrmeJ a partnership with M. D Stewart 4 Bro Willett, Qfw Pi Johnson, for carrying on the above busi Grier, EUfci nes, the public are hereby notified that on Walkerj,Sttl and after the 1st day of April, we will French, 'Dan hrsj supply them regularly with the best fresh Jfe J beef, pork, &c, at the grocery house of Kwtclicr JIioj. Jlwon. Mr,; oioritt 125 Wta. Tallir. 1584 1884 1884 1SS4 1884 87lUoht.l!nferd. 100 Jlrs. Ann Beard, 80 J. A. Uriggance. East Hickman. Old Ilickmiri: 1884 1884 1SS1 $1 50 1C5 $?40 S17 1C3 65 75 25 75 25 75 25 75 175 85 205 85 15 75 ICO 80 15 75 SO 75 ICO 80 30 75 SO 80 CO 75 15 75 175 85 15 75 380 130 1 00 405 100 2 100 03STE ahd that the very lowest tho market justifies, be exactly as represented. CO DO 2W 180 00 105 240 105 170 135 SO 90 SCO 715 45 S25 105 140 75 630 855 120 ROOFING The" best roof for the least mpney. Exieribnbebl wbrklnen cmplbyedi The attention of builders especially desired as this housS will jive fecial inducements. ' Gbrrespohdorice solicited. , B. BREVAfeD nv -- J. W. ROGERS: March Hiss3 "W, C: eJOHCN-SOISr- , S F o9 i ty. i il - i? ,m ii -- jt-H- vtrftr rzTz-z- a K fcr v -- tBuTI S"S t 4 nrMr- -i Ms . F" SS - ' riCh'o 'finest aiid'most maffnifipM'lino of Dry Goods ever brought to the city offiQcknian, consisting- in part of Silks, Satins, Dress Goods, Velvets Hosiery, White Goods, Liriv mm.. ' ens; Laces. Embroideries, LaSCurtains, Haxidkerchicis, xiibbons, Gloves crsws, Corsets, bkirts, JJress Inmnimgs, Buttons, Swiss Embroidered Dresses, Jbans, Yokmgs, Jjnij broidered Skirts, &c. We ofllr our entire line oi lioods at ten to twenty peiTeiit. less than can be ioimil elsewhere. Call and examine Goods and prices and be convinced tli4it at Buchanan's you can aMjust what you want. - - t ish? - .. -- - mmL - - - vSfc " I' i SlierllTs Sale. consider the vastness of the fields Wm. M. Lang, of Texas, United that aro yet untrod and the mo- States Consul to Hamburg. Bj Tirlutf of a judgment lind ordor of .1 At sate, directed to me, which Issued from f tilt' I'roPossibly All Europe Yill En- - TIo 5.nI i.ls IiiiiikwiiiS .,!..,-I. nst. - concluded from last week. mentous truthH that seem almost office of the Fullon Circuit .cl:tim jus Within our grasp, and are yet so Ghas. J. finafsell, of Connecti- the Clerk's js; &r ia EDirORS AND CANDIDATES gage. far that they are only visible to cut, Consul to Liverpool, England. Court, als,faior of Kinney, McLaughlinono Grayson, Ky., 27. The A'lplicatipii . for Post- of Fulton Cvuty against J. B. Brown; I, or Co., et rci the keil of tll080 "Wlin Imvn rnnnli. ilenry G. Postmaster of ny Depnties, will on Monday, the 13th William Neal, the ifllCGS, The W. s. Will Protect land Murderers, was tMu'lit Ash- In order to become a truly great ed the dizzy hehrhts unon vhich at New York Pearson, Voters Are the Onss Respon day of April, 1885, between the ' houri of City. hci'C v., t ..! .vniil fT..1inr n norKfili limnt. are perched liolbrookand Pntknr a. ., America. Coleman, of Missou- 10 o'clock, House and 2 o'clock, r. Fulloa '?r se Norman J. sible: iust night from MX. fling 0VhnWitonrniiirr for thfi truths itcon-- and Wilford door in Hickman, lhe Court Sjwrjal to the fenruffJ1)"'-Hall, and a host qf ri. Commissioner of Agriculture. execution. Largo crp reeled " .. County, Ky., expose to PUBLIC SALE, to .wi ff.r ti.A a,,.: their The Louisville Commercial high T,.,.l, OT Tim v.w ,. in microscopic, Tho foreign news indicates the him at each WASHINGTON, x ('.... " liwilo iio oumiiviu the highest bidder, the following proper station . tr. af--, and experimental n of it W Ctiloftt Styles of DrfPR Gwls. t iU. ly commends tho Kentucky Liiiitn kjLAii iuau:iv ttL n. 'Tlio lmtli of rrmmrfil avtnrtntinn"l mill ot'nii and oomposeduan(l' research. " l' iv. t wil lola o.2Uto 'iu inciusiTB. lied ltiel iQitUies the practice v."". i J.AMBEUU'SSOXS. otnt.ilu . t1c3S&rKutjff6H RhovntofoiwiTiiil?,inI,tpst.mhster8 which probabilil.v ot a general European innocence to ail of tltf 3&u who IV'1 Vs " . ' lu V",f;.,M. . ? " ",' Thft World tn.it.4..T UI..WII..J nil ihS Block 7 East Hiokman, Ky., lacepl 68 ...w "i... V.IBi ninco iio feet on the East side tbe.eof, letied upon ! has Accn dontno tne Senate have war, in wincii Kussisianu uermany visited him. llo a'tiervia eggs, iuimoa inu niniii iu iiimh n i . n threshold of discoveries that haver 4t 'form State affairs, but" notes with been tor oiuces mail vacant uy will be arrajed on one side and as the property of J R.Brown. with these stores, and his heart not been equalled iu wonder amy disapprobation tho apparent Ks - 'tho expiration of coinissions or England, France, Spain and Italy bacon and coffee" for supper, warmed and softened by these importance silico Harvey demon-- , TEE BARTER GROCERY. TERMS: Sale will be made on a creditof three months, bend with approved aebreakfast and diniifr, dild refused motives, he will never become a ,.....,! !. ..: or on the other, and all about their the position ot tne local press to eu bv resisriiiiuons lor oncx-ausI.IIU .u UilUUIilllUll Ulr it..' llldi. "qu.rea, oearing interest attendance ofjiinfyers until true and accepted disciple of the Olltlll-J. M. MONTGOMERY, aanoun-lrilogize each and every local candi- another of the incumbents,. None rightful possessions in Asia, when this morning. At DnoJMock he uioou, ami iNewtoti proved JjljLcea ,0 his friends and the public that of the laws of gravi-- lu bns opened a new nnd fresh supply of of Sale, and having the force and effect of date who may choose to announce of the resignations, it is stad at the naked truth is that none of ho Was taken to tliK gallows, noble masters of his profession. ty. UonJ. the department, were for political them have any rightful possession where a large crowl was waiting But tliiH Association has other obThe cry of tho whole scien all kinds of Family Groceries, which he a Replerian A. SH UCK, SLff. Fulton Co. W. himself as a candidate for the Leg- reasons, and tho policy of Nvot of the disputed territory except contemplated tific wo lid is, "Forward, march!" nill sell r.s low as the lowest. He is reawas jects and duties not islature - In other words, the lo- making ans.cu"Kes, except as tlld tho rifrht which might trives. En- - to witness the execttionS He Pile in that of strict professional r..- - Those that can't catch tho sten dy at all limes lo pxcbnnpe Groceries al March, 23, 1885. no escorted by a hindn "",v'" cash prices for Duller, Esr, Chickens, or cal press while 'urging the people commissions expiro, winch wasgland for years has reaped bonnd- - armed with double-la- r ComnilssIonerr8 Sale'. ed shot taiuments that deeply concern tho. are loft behind. We are organiz any kind of marketing ll.fcf :ha farming to try to stand friends may brine in. The highest mar ed, to select only tho best and most anuouncediiiu tho early days of liyss wealth from her India posses- antic mtil itietnlR i ('.' scended public as well as ourselves jnwos cmcniT court, kextuck? We hope that tho people may as near as possible in the front ket price nlwnys paul. tho Adminitrations, has been, it sions and tho other great powers the Bcaftbld with grcit tpostire. . competent material, loans itself Moses Amberg, Plaintiff, adljferod to rigidly. J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. be able by means of thepo "Assoc- ranks of this Onward column, to is said, have grown jealous and We Against lie said: "I say tc o and all, iations to fioo tho difference be assist you to protect yourselves .1 Equity. to the endorsement of some of "It wouuf appear that this po- onvjous, and have sought by gradC. Ledwidge, &c, Defendant. you all know this is n place to tween an educated, conscientious and your children from educationlhe poorest and most indifferent, sition of tlto President was well ual approaches to take to them- tell a lie, and I stanl h By Virtue of a judgment and order of and simply , by,. way of compliment. understoodftliroughout the coun- selves a share of Asiatic territory, to Buffer for a hcinovs c ie 1 did teacher, and mere charlatan, and al vampires, to help you make sale of the Fulton Circuit Court, render-ere- d nearly every part of that compara- untiMo-datry from at the August term thereof, 1876, inno- - will Cease to offer a premium by brave, strong, brainy men'of your day Tills isatt" inconsistency of the tively & (and supplemental judgment rendered in com- the continent of Asia is dtrccth not commit. Ono their sunnort and uatrouago on boys, and beautiful and accomcohco will bo establ'she beyond local" press, founded on that noble parison witji.the total number of or indirectly under the control February term, 1885), in the aboxe csnie, .KENTUCKY STREET, of a doubt. I bid yoc on :and all impudence and ignorance. It is a plished ladies of your girls, and for life sum of four hundred and four intelli- sober, moral, upright citizens of been received at some Enropean power. Under sentiment, "to- say all the good constantly on hand for hir dollars and seven cents, with, interest at know- - poor compliment to the good bye. Oh, Low, t KEEPS sale Some ten or these influences there is no denygence of any people to know that them all. I am sure that no citithe rate of G per cent, pe'r annum from and as little evil as you can about the department. 1 v hands HORSES, BUGGIES the 28th daj or February, 1885, until paU, ing that the Asiatic nations are est am innocent :into twelve thousand papers the education of their children is zen of Fulton comity will deny Hating purchased lheand HACKS. your neighbor." Besides, the lo my soul. I aai iccnt." costs to tho hands of these that these ara grand ends to bo and entire outfit of W. aiable. horses and $09.00Bale herein, I shall proceed to ami filed at the depart- being gradually improved and I commit R. Plummer sa1 just as intrusted in mind, soul and body last cal press is nnfortunatoly situated received gamblers ment during the past three weeks. brought to a plane of higher civili- The drop words wtre such as could we prepose to continue the busiutcs, and offer for Ky.,attothe court house door, ia accomplished, and the highest bidder, at foil audio wa j nouue- - who speculate in Hicknan, in this regard: If it singles out But these include cases where zation, and it is also noticeable the the weakness employ more talent, more indus- Bohcit patronage public auction, on Monday; the iSib day one of and frailties in m of their fellow-men- . try to fully consummate than i3 rertain candidates of its own par- there is more than ono applicant that these nations are learning the od dead ton antes. of April, 18S5, at 1 o'clock, p. ., or therehis relatives were presen County upon There is io way that is so well vouchsafed to most mortals. For M out incapneities, in- - for the same office, and also pa- lesson of civilization so well that ty and points V. DIESTELBRINK abouts,of(beingandlwelteCourt day), the lol- a months, credit sis A LETTER T0 HIS WIJiE. calculated o free the profession this reason wo invite the pers The' 'compcteftcy, &c, to . fill certaiu It is protcstfugagninstany change. they are growing moro restive lowing described property, of teaching from these foul, cank every lover of universal ostimated by competent au- under these European yokes, and of lowing following described- tract of land in FulXeal forwardefl the . representative positions, the vory thorities ering, cancerous blots on its good education, be ho lawyer, doctor, that applications for hence are disposed to fly from one letter to his wifejto-daton county, Kentucky, tiz . The norlbr effort however honestly intended about 3,500 offices have been re- European power to another for proside of the southwest quarter of section; "My Dbar Wire Ast is my name as to socducato public sen- preacher, farmer, mechanic or ' is turned into a charge of perttcu-j'ojceived so Tor and there are over tection; and a general European lEt nilit on purii vou 1;m6 w how timent in the ridimonts of ration- teacher. TO spn.ee lo name all articles, but n. six, township one, range four west, bound ed as follows, to wit; Beginning at a al education aso enable it to re C0,000 in th(fiottntry. In the case war as 10 Asiatic possession is as Bad I trouble to snow goous. Our President and Secretary and the candidate thus as- feel, atidhtrith piewure 1 Bayou da Chiea oak sec, al of some of tlm States not a single apt to set Asia free as to increase ntnto to you tbat will so be at cognize these pretenders as read- have left the State. Tho last audome and Avenue. rl.e corner of Tro; large cypress andthenceinW. 170 poleso to a - sailed gain's strength, by sympathy; East illekafu, Kj bottomy running and Moscow counter- meeting was held in the western has cither's puwer. Tho two leading rest with my Sivior amy those ily as it would application for a swectgum, elm and maple f thence south and the candidate whom the edit- been received. rhal forces now are England and dear ones that lunro falloiilksleep, feiter of the comiionest coin in division of tho county. Let the 89 J poles to a small elm, hornbeam and crooked wood ; thence east 170 poles to call the Asor would present as the real com- - "The citizens of Wisconsin, Col- Russia, and it is said that Russia whom you and I did love b dear- the country; until tis is done, all eastern hicksmall orado, Nebraska and California is gradually closing in on England. ly. It'is hard for .you anil I and tho laws passed by 11 the Legis- sociation together at some suitapot'ent one suffers at the hands of fiaOCERY three; thence ash, dogwood andtolarge beginnorth 89 poles the ory exceedingly mod- So so that England is mak- our have ones to But God's latures in Christendom will not ble time and place In his division, and ning, containing eighty-ninhis editorial friend. This is the est in so far'ocn their wishes in ing much ffPrrTvmma gigantic preparations for war, will littledone, andiirt. inayibe as- avail to protect us fro this evil notify all tho teachers, and other exprQping acres, ur sumcient mertot to prouuoa be you experience of all such efforts. regard to file This has ordered to active duty all her that is especially marko in Ken members, and resume our work. the sum of money so' ordered to-- be made. Tho .people, properly jealous of delay vnay bexplaiued b' some regular army, called out her re- sured that we will lueet again nev tucky Tho people must Prof. Griswell, we all look to you O. For the purchase price,- the purchaser1 D G K. U Teach our their rights in the selection of States haviq&a list of applicants serve militia, put to sea her im- er, no never to pat-twith approve J surety or securities, must loam to uisunguiBu uravs irom to resume the work. and execute bonds, bearing legal interest from (DAVIS OLD STAKD.) theirrepresentatives, resent too for office sohtrfb the Stato Cen- mense war navy, &c. And in tho little ones to betrtthfulrafcb hon- brains, and impudence frou that A Lover of The Work. our the day of sale until paid, and having lha much interference on tli?i part of tral Committees and having the face of all this Russia still advan- est with all men, and that is begotn of force and effect of a judgment. Bidders 411 kinds of children up in the fear of. God, so conscious, scientific merit. editors, and most generally look contests determined by that body, ces. Evidently there has got to will be prepared to comply promptly with when their 'troubled aro over on JBHens.ocr:ific 'lc. with suspicion on the personal liiml tlirn. wlifotftheliffr is decided be a God speed the day wnen he tnese terms. a compromise, or earth they will have a hoim be, v ";; vv tvr Presidont-GIevefan,.:.., .:.,1..n nr.niintninv support a newspaper srives any rupon, ii is lootf. oupi ip t, is relioviur HAHtl iPiR'ES ualance on judgment. t"u .o4.07 'Yon s fiiiAiniAtrr and -- slumaryBweuce thfc ountry i.y particular individual. The truth dent. If, howler, the Presiueiit .LMiSiarWMU bouse, r.l bot Interest to day of sale Ua jpprpi in a successfully cope with Eiigmnd, '1 92 ;.. i. nnn:t:.. ,.f bo taught, not only in the4 ' 0f Democratic thoroughbreds for ora p'rices. but it in raid ie sadly lacking only prepare to meet me TIM bot 69.60 Costs in this action schools, but nrsueviublicaii spavined animals, uie rMTCy CAHD1ES, in the State Legislature, is direct- - announced, thajhanges made as in money. If these powers should TEA If, ter world, and here 1 state to yen leges nnd high $170.69 Amount lo be raised. ly of more importance to us than thn nnnimiKKidyB expin will run engage, it is said that Germany is again my entire innocence of the every village and neigiiuornoou h'&VU too numerous to reprint all, xia'LE.jieaaS', riCKiit GEO. WABRE5, that of Representative in the 2Ta- - through the teriof the Adminis- bound to help Russia, aud that horrible crimo for which I must school of this State. Then will but e give some ot tne more Mailer Comrnniontr. and still the good work CIAXXEM.IES, IlOJUXr, GRITS uonai congress, oecauso me worK tration, and before its close every France, Italy aud Spain, must die r and, thank God, 1 the world havo made a long stride of .a State legislator bears more so, have told nothing but tho truth forward and tho cause of educa continues: with England. If in thecountry will be take sido Coiumlgsios-'Sale. for lhe United &jl a: g "3J Coinnls General directly upon our material inter- in charge of a Democrat. the whole of Europe will be a concerning the case, and aH I can tional progress received an impe3is m9 FDLT03J OfttCUIT COUKT, kestuckt. ests, and upon local property and vAs soon as thlfeeualo adjourns, blaze with war. It is an ill wind do is to put my trust in God, for tus that timo alone can calculato StatcByihomus M. Waller, of W. Finch, Guardian, Pl'ff., benefits of. While we attempt Vw....V;i, yu iiupon the question however, those who are anxious that blows no one good, and while prosperity; but . . l4r..,.2 t.,11.. .M. .,., for us all, and will the every ki;oa Against Equity. lTedr.Mc Paine of Maryland to legitimate moans to exof capacity and qualifications, the for changes at ionce expect to all civftlizcd peoplo must regret lieHis own best vindi by x Parle Defts, On Petition in aointcu time tend the boundaries of our knowl- Berlin. be undsr;old. be the judges. voters.mii8t meet with somoi? encouragement such a war, it cannot bo denied By virtuo of a judgment and order of the charge. 1 have Will pay fall price for DuUct, Egirs, &c Minister Besident for the People may curse politics and from tho President. At any rate, that it will be a wealth of trade ad- cate me of man, I will dio like a edge, uud to assist tho people to sale of the Fulton Circuit Court, render lived like a Statear-lMi- ac Hell, Jr., of adpoliticians as much s they please, whatever is done in rcsrard to vantage to tho United States, in protect thomselvos from these rid at the February term thereof, 1895, in 1 ,but the affairs of this country are Presidential offices, it is the in- the way of soiling grain, meats, man, telling the truth. What venturers and oducatioual free Rhode lslan.1, to tho Nether ands. the above cause, (this sale being made for you Say on the scaffold to Bufiis MtVrce, of division between joint orrrrers), I shall , so shaped that either the Demo-cratitention to make a very decided ef- breadstuff's and munitions of war. keep as a memorial of me, and booters, the oflfie of tho true teach-.- i Sweden and Norway. Indiana, proceed to otfer for safe at the court house (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) party or tho Republican are fort to havo the fourth-clas- s Post- But it is possible, and we think one day the guilty will bo brought crand of this Society does not door in Hickman, Ky., to the highest' bidMinisters BVsident and Consuls "to be blamed orpraieed for every-,- - masters changed. These are off- quite likely, that mutual concescease here. der, at public aution, on Monday, the 18th Parle Eustis thfiig. tlhjt is done or not done In ices paying less than $1,000 per sions may follow, and a general to justice, aud then this disgrace The present crowded cramming General Edwki-day of April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, p. u.t or will be taken off you and my chil"our State affairs. In this section, year, and the commissions of the war be averted. Tho entire inthereabouts (being County Court day), methods iu vogue in mos of our Lewis, of ew Jersey, to Portufor I am dren. upon a Credit of six months, the pfrjlrla-e- r the Democratic party is tho re- Postmasters are not limited, but fluence of tho intelligence of this a crime Dear wife, commitdying one educational institutions are beget gal. and I did not having the privilege of paying lb Basmus B. Antlersoh, of Wissponsible power, aiid properly so, tho incumbent may bo dismissed age is against war, and rulers no ting almost incalculablo injury to purchase price ia cash, the following day it will be proven. Tell your the youth of tho land and call for consin, to Denmark. aud hence ought to, in some fair at any time atthe pleasure of the matter how great their ambition, i.ne roilowinj my ecnbeu property, Consuls for the United States way, name its agents. It is barely President. These constitute the can't rnsli a people as madly into mother and father, and also sis- our most earnest inquiry as to the ja.:rsr:Dtracts of land in Fulton county, Ken father, brothers and tucky, viz that a man may be a A part the war as they could fifty years ago. mother, meet mo in that bright best way to counteract tho evil. B. Ilalier Gross, of Pennsylvania, largest offices in the country. ters, to CONFECTIONERIES, of section 4,- township of rangeN.4 E. quarter 1, west, anc Democrat, Var is such a general calamity home above, and I forgive all, aS It is not susceptible of debate to Athens, Greece. known as lot No. 5 in the Commissioner's of Georgia, to Evan and 3et be a fool, utterly unsnited that the teachers individually and that all the outside civilized pow I hope to be forgiven and hope The French have iuet with Report of division of the lands of R. W for a legislator; and that which we ers in a sense claim to have a that God will forgive thorn who in their conventions should give Manchester, England. Easley, deceased, bounded as foil cor ff Mindefeat .m China. Tho Envoys Extraordinary and want to say is, that the Democratword nr two to say about such have sworn my life away. Oh, this question their wisest and best beginning at Ike i. n. corser cf lot 0 No. 3 ; thence west 65 poles to & stake; ic people being held responsible French commander demands is as manifestly our isters Plenipotentiary for tho Uni things. But the world has not yet dear wife, it is so heartrending to thoughts. It Jarvis off thence south 72 lth poles to s stake; for the kind of men placed in such reinforcOmcuts; and wiir ex- reached such a high t creed me to bid you and my loving ba- dutv to movent attempts to de ted States Thomas J. thence to N. W. corner of lot No. 4 : thence or.AT.ER in Carolina, to Brazil. positions", ought to exercise the citements overshadow everything as to prevent war entirely by in velop tho brain at the expense of North .(tnvniwlap Tf r.owtnu. V Clonr. east 55 poles to a stake; theace north 1 lime on bies good-byHIU.MIIIVIVA J.V. Au wJ ef .w right aud manhood, to name its ternational arbitration, but every- earth, but thofor the lastdeath is tho bone and muscle as it is. 10 degree east 72 poles (o the. beginelse in European capitals. sting of to llussia. agents. prevent a curvative of the spine 'amily Ghwerles; ning, containing twenty-fiv- acres. AliOf thing is tending that wa. will be at relt and or any other bodily deformity. M. Iveuoy, of Virginia, Anthony an undivided part of the undiin all and then I There is a small England hates Russia. En Central America. speck of wartho be free from trouble, har trials Teachers ought to observe the to Italy. vided half of the east J of the S. E. quarParis, in Tenuossee, is in hick. A Sir also. Guatemala, ter ot section 4, township 1, rafige Minister BcRidont for the UniSenator Harris and Senator Jack-jso- glish surveyors nave finished u largest of tho four Central Ameri and persecution. So prepare alarming increaso of nervous disJameB D. Por- boundary lino in India between can Republics, is trying to absorb yourselft liaise my little babies eases in this country, in tho last ted States Geofgo W. Merrill, of Scots Seines. Lines. Hooks, and all iffld. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety ter and the Hon. J. D. 0. Atkins, English aud Russian possessions, her three sisters, Costa Rica, Nic- in the fear of God, so when we few years aud bo prepared to say Nevada, to the Hawaiian Islands. ofi'lnshing Tackle and Supplies, atabar execute bond, bearing or securities, must legal interest froa for the United gf n. Groceries and Family Supplies aro done with sorrows and troub- whether or not our present sysConsul General hail from that be; u iful city. the day of sale until paid, and having the to fight it out if aragua and San Salvador, and tho les on earth, if God will permit and proposes Edmund force and effect of a judgment. Bidders Gitzette. understanding is that Franco is me, I will meet you andhold a tem of odncation is a large, a very States to Vienna will be prepared to comply promptly itk Russia crosses that line. of Illinois. backing Guatamala in this work largo factor in their cause. If we . Au&tli0 quartet named are no these terms. light to lighton you across tho recognise the evil and see the neJoseph E. Johnston, of Virginia, for her own benefit President doubt'equal fb any in tho United GEO. WARREN, I! ok. S. St Oox, of 2sew York Cleveland has put hiR foot down dark, chilly stream of death and cessity of ajudicioui equilibrium Commissioner of Railroads Min- 25cts Lower tlian the Lowest Maiief GMtmittiontf. Sfafes.; but, Ave dare say there is has Envoys Extraordinary and :'l been appointed Minister to firmly on France having anything welcome yon iu that brighter, lipinn- Tnsiintained in the develop home that God has prepared for ment. nC tim minds and bodies of isters Plenipotentiary of tho UniIbsf e no cler exp ensss no store ren many another. Kentucky or TenColurulssloHer's Sale. ' to da with American affairs and Turkey. 5 pay cash for all ray Groceries, and all His believing children. Good our nitidis and fail to raise our ted States Wm. B. Boberts, of PULTOH CIRCUIT CODKT, KESTUCKT., nessee town that has men of equal has sent several men of war there cheap as to Chili; Chas. W. thefore can sell as"Wittenbergthe cheap bye, dear and H. A. Tyler, Plaintiff, 1 atj capacity merit and solid worth, EaIscJilcioriA of SDi.s'coii- - to protect citizens and property mothers, wifo and children, and voices against it in season and New York, B.t bracrds of cheaper thanand Lon Koiitticicy, to Peru ; RichAgainst EqaIl. fathers, Ucothcrs wo confessedly fall Buck, of the low C4V 'if'callcd into "position as promi- Sat Flour, 25 cents ottlie United States. What wilt Sisters, farewell. Oh, farewell ! out of season T. E. & Corinne Qleeson, Def ts J B. Hubbard, of Texas, to JaJOHN WITTING. it. come of it? our duty. We should ard of By virtue of a judgment and order of . iient before their countrymen. Washington, March 2S. Remeet me in heaven, is my last and short sound bodies and healthy, pan. havo sale of the Fulton Circuit Court, renderPosition don't give a man ability, ports of widespread discontent Best quality of Lidieft and Cbildrens dying words to you. I am inno- vigorous minds so that we may reed at the February terra thereof, 1885, ia Of charge for hich the above cause, for the sum of five hunit ouljr gives him a' chance to let among Democratic Senators, Rep Cotton lies, at J. AM BERG'S SONS cent die.tho havo undergone tri-I joice in tho strength of our manmnst I dred and eighty-nindollars aiad eighty res'entatives andothcr Democrats 4U and tho beauty of our wohood, othersrkhow'of his ability. als and tribulations to declare tho manhood which we can never do cents, with interest at the rate of S per here with th administration are ' cent, pet annum from' the 28th- day of truth, and will declare it even un- while our children are educated Tho Washington Star snvs the til PniL'THOiiPSON was backed by grossly exaggerated. These relN February, 1885, until paid, sad $48.20 doath. Your husband, ; MANUFACTURERS 0F in wretched, poorly ventilated costs herein, I shall proceed to offer 13a Congressmen and 15 TJ. S. ports are largely based oft the President's policy of not making "Wm. H. grumbling of curbstone politicians, changes in offices, except as tho for sale at tho court house door, ia Hickhouses. de. Senators, and yet Cleveland man, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public Tint, wo must not forgot that applicants for office; aud, as a commissions expire, which was auction, on Monday, the 13th day of clined to appoint him Internal rale, they aro men unworthy of announced in tho early days of there is another phase of life that April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, p. h., or thcre- Th finest qualities of Silks land other nnmfis under onr influence, and Thomp- recognition, and men who have the Administration, has been, it is Revenue Commissioner. about s (being County Court day), upon a Drew Goods, at I son is a great favorite with Ken- foiled to receive oven the support said, adhered to rigidly. that is tho moral nature. Of credit of six months, the following de J. AMBERGgfeosS. Repcourse I do not mean that the scribed property, .hast liickmaa tucky Congressmen, and dobtlesB of Democratic Senators and of vicinity lota Nos. 02 and 93, as known and. resentatives. Tho complaints teachers should preach sermons i;s France. great abilities, but ho is not these fellows are repeated over Excitement has designated upon the plaa or map of East to his pupils, but as under bis care Hickman, Ky. and viciaity,- iu Fultoa such a great favorite with Ken- and over and from day to day by management, broad All eyes aro turned towards the Riel'N KcbcUont aud hvgeituc county, Kentucky. Or sufficient thereof tucky people. He has been too certain lfbwgpapcrs as represent- republic of Franco at present. and symmetrical bodies and per to produce the sura 6f money bo ordered: Ottowa, March 2tf, Tli0 - Paris is excitement from one end comprehensive brains should to be made. For the purchase price, the handy with.his pistol. If Cleve- ing what is called Democratic pubhas received no informa- feetdeveloped, so should he by his fjlic sentiment. purchaser, with approved surety or secuto tho other, and all through the tion of any collision bo land's object is to select clean between tho upright walk in the sight of his rities, must execute bond, bearing legal country there is a commotion. mounted police NO CAUSE FOR CTCdtPLAINT. and Riol. Jffte interest from the day. of sale until paid,, men-fa- ll right Mr. Cleveland. Ferry until yestortlay was patrons fond his influand having the force and effeet of a judgrebellion is confined to a pupils and Western Demo Jules .A Congressman the moral ment. Bidders will be prepared la essay your regarded one of the great trio of small district near Fort Ca'rleton ence to tho growth ofdirection. said to PRESIDENT CLEVELAND will ot cratic . Gladstone, on tho tho proper ply promptly with- taee lerjaev "1 am, of European statesmen outskirta of Prince Albert faculties in mi' more honorable po corrrsnondeiit. There-i- s f the remove Republican Bismarck and Ferry. jf course, personally disappointed in latter feels humiliated, if not ulliuuiuul juui is reported tor Amouat of judgment... $$89.6d sition in life than to be the trustuntil their commissions expire not being able- to secure certain crushed. There havo been loud iiavo auotu jluu ioiiowers, f0rtv 0f Interest to day of Balff.rt.....v.v 4".85 of an intelligent ed adviser .except, for cause. Tin's suits Dem appointments. It would be a great Cosfa in this actw 48 20 .w,..-- . rt lives the moulder of the murmnrings of discontent against breeds. Indians otherwisii ?,ova ocrats, for tho cause is at hand coiivciiicucolto me if these his management of affairs. The f taken no part in tho Amount lo btf raisetf. and characters of a rising genera$642.35 to be made now. recent defeat of tho French in disturbance. tion. Wo should then not only for tho removal of every one, and GEO. WARREN, omcu ma auuvu xuei liag Jj.l(l It would ,snvt mo much niiMir heads to boo our duty, Hatter Cmmiiontr. that is tlmtf eleven million of vot and expchTjfna yet I saytronble Tonqnin and tho cries for help several to you iie wta witli Brierc do Lisle not on- Canadians, and been victorious. .but clean hands with whiclt to doJ ors last November so recorded that dowiuuimr heart I feel that from Gen. i will now do seen iiiai imo tho deputies against EETHE'S SALOON, their judgment. the eourseiof tho President m ly incensed nonulaco took It up. It is claimed that he is baclced bv it. It Association has lor its ODjeci iuo him. but tho 10,000 Indians. If so, h1? will moving eaferfUy and considerateAND Wi-MFerry was litterally sat down cause the Canadian Government advancement of scientific trutn DBMS, TnEY-- ay that thousands of ly is the b$fiiQHcy for tho ad- - Poor way that it may effect the chamber' of deputies upon by tho hi any aro becom- - .nuuistmtioiiMHiin nartv anu tne amid the hissos and shonts of the sroauii: FRESH BEER consUally oa'ap. CI physical, intellectual or moral r jpL 3BC c? 3SL J& 3tf" ' ing firsUrat80,CIcVc3aud' men, country. 3CiC country. This jars and Tobacco, of the best brandir. of tho millerios. while an enormous mob Patronage eoliciU. indeed no idle task when we office! "Turn lioping -: p.RCn i prions BBV14-- U First Clas PHOTdORAP. i!3'SK a pandemonium on the outis caji r'ised 0 OJUl'O UKhED - .:.'t' fBEEIGKMAft COURIER "'NOT ST7f AN AWFUL WAR PROBABILITIES. NEAL'8 HASttNG. TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION Ger-maiiy- ". -- - Fellow-Teache- rs i k tho-lasif- : ! 1 , ... i J . rs . . i - v o i: y 1 fellow-citizen- s, c j to-da- y sale livery stable -t- ho-fact y Paris Parker, - post-offices;hav- e it have-i,eOi- . Family Groceries. to-wi- ti - y t, post-offic- o the-bascs- t vice-preside- nt lAHILY e one-ha- lf post-office- s. . to-da- J s. - self-reliance j . ::.: back-dow- n, - nli-sinl- yotid-tihofrra- ve. i MfVt d JahJ "B; E3J-W1ll-- first-clas- un-portA- it, post-offic- e o s . y -- w. Unt-to- d q EM d- .- . -- life-on- g, dyed-in-the-wo- ol l, -- dis-sastro- us 20,-00- E. CASS, nnti-wa- 8- -1 1 e I g, v S-I- lth e one-tent- h n, . or gen-eill- y. (l)y-grsbur- g Jus-SCT- i, - X P III I HEUTWECK, BAKTZEtt & CO. e - 3al. to-wi- - r0v-ornme- nt go-call- well-Jinow- n Hickman Kentucky. 11 - tn-da- office-holde- rs v: To-da- y -- - com-.nnit- v. TELEVLD RELIABLE OHA& A. HOliCOMBB, -i- . cng-.igement- s )E-ur.R f jtolCINft rAfflfl M, . well-bein- g :ek t. - j,,y ye (hot'" BAD1E nnfc tccoral by ATH!Gft?OKDA&WA2?. sider VIUVT1IEBEORD fijg' kan; e- l "- . r I. - .v t . , .4l ijv f 3 O, -- ft !, v'3Sri;,-4 Lt St J Aaii4j3t:f, at: ili