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Oldest Newspapoiu Wosten, Kcntuclo Jhff BALS BILLS, BrrVBLOPEB, ' LETTER-HEAS. D, BILL-HEAD- X2VXT.A.TXOXrS, . r PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. THE GIRL I ESTABLISHED 1S59. HICKMAN. FULTON COUTOKBHWqKX. FRIDAY. APRIL A ioTm VOL. xgwTvf. thrin ETC., lxx .A.n-xa ETa xirm.' - "' LEFT BEHIND Tha girl I left behind mo Was pretty and uli than Bright golden ringlets glistened Beneath her airy hat. Sho had a dainty flpure. Her hands were small and whlta, Her inouth was like a rose-buHer eyes were.varni and bright. Her way was light and graceful-S- he was a roguish elf A sweet bewitching falrr, And well supplied .nth itolf. She sang like any wild bird. She danced nit h wondrous art, .Arid looked just like an angel -- In her red villa"ge-earPull often in the moonlight Mo took n little stroll. And sat benoata tuo hemlock upon the touch knoll. t. ME. the district, will register slight variations of subterranean activity.0 During the continuance of the earthquake the ground often heaves like the ea, producing feelings akin to the familiar pangs of rivers seek fresh channels; large fissures open- - in the earth, aud permanent changes take place iu the geographical features of the country. Thus the series oP earthquakes which in lb'2G and 1827 visited New Zealand, cau-e- d so dStinet a change that the former fcaturS of the coast could be no longer recognized. The earthquakes of the present'eenturv in Chili have produced a permanent elevation of the coast there;$ind sea-sicknere-co- nt be forgotten that these subterranean outbursts wc have been considering are but the more violent and pronounced examples of a slow and gradual process of upheaval and depression which is going on at all portions of the earth's surface. And these movements of tho earth's erust, whether thev be the Mow upheaval and depression "to which reference has just been made, or the efforts of an earthquake or volcanic outburst, are in the main most benefioial to man, and have an important intluence on his progress and cata-clysm- al well-being. MODERN INVENTOR. n. Colter Skatlnr. l ri.t ..i.ii,9 The Sad Story or a TVifr Whose Husband Was Afflicted With a .MunU for Iaen-lio- fyBjiHt ; , ThlsghlUeftbehiu-lroV as. just a lo ol v tfrV, Sho was a perfect daisy. Liken 1st a precious pearl. o - .', Often I think about her. And the sweet long ago. Why did I go and leave her Behind jae, would you know? philosophy of imperfect knowledge which regards only the evil which suoh subterranean outburts in Java cuaairuuuua produce, ine heated re-- I have considerably modified the gions of the earth's crust where the of that region. volcanic force- are iu energy are the Concerning the origin of these phe- laboratories of nature, where her most nomena, so in their effects, valued gems and minerals are produced; it must be admitted that the true theory whilst tho s which de-- . has never yet been framed. Early spec- vastale a conntrv. and seem to lw ulations were much tinged with" "the su- - fraught only with evil to mankind, bring perstitions of the time: and eren so mo rock containing them to the surface; lMcaa.3the4ie2muiuirof'-ffie'nrcspnj It is the short-sighte- d gto-grap- I - far-reachi- I earth-throe- Imagine what a trial in the family a man must be who every week or two thints uu has invented a new machine of lome kind, g or some instrument by which he declares he is "going to make his fortune." Such a man ought to take a walk through the Pateuto-ffic- o at Washington and see the myriads, acres and tons of models of useless inventions that were, as the authors f thorn thought, to revolutionize American industry- - Tho Baltimore lmerican reports the w oes of the wifo of such a man, as told by herself, and there Is a lesson in the burlesque- "It is all very well to talk about working for thehcatbeu," said one as the ladies put up their sewing, "but I'd like to have some ono tell me what I am to do with my husband?" labor-savin- st IMMili SUDDEN CONVERSIONS. THE DKYTfJOT SET IN. Highly Commendable if One Could Only First Symptoms t DUlatesra- Bo Sure ot Their Sincerity. The sudden conversion of our RepubIf any evideHce was seeded that the ,,: . T lican friends to the excellont doctrine of itepuoiicanpv opeiessiyreat, tho reform and their vigorous quarrel oetweea seaaiers Morrill and denunciation of partisanship, and of Aldrich on one 'jMe asd Sherman on aught relating to the spoils system, the other suppliea'jlL It has been the would bo highly commendabh if the boast of tho RpliKcaa organs that people were only convinced of their the nartv was hoaeaeon 11 KK sincerlty. But the circumstances un- jeets. That its Pacts' were cemented by der which the conversion took place, a common policy severing all questions and the notorious system of corruption of public intcrestilhftBbeoa the claim which grew to such enormous propor- mot dwelt on byhc advocates of Republican 8UDreV.. North JsVmtl, tions undor the fostering care of the West,, tifchare exultantly inUopublican party, arc apt to make pco-nl- e East and tat&aA oninion verv incrednlnna. Tlw onn,i;nn sisted that among those ofjfifeBajjkifcan faith. which the public service reached under SCHOOL AND CHURCH. :.., Mr. J. L. Siblev, the librarian of Harvard College, is eighty years old. All the Massachusetts towns and cities ' I d to give school books civil-servi- ce -- and other supplies to the pupils free . Boston Posl At Yale thirty per cent. of. the Fresnmen room in "the college buildings; theVia t "cE5jaBd'Wifny ceasedto woo. 4U,liy Bccauso she asked mo to. J THE often only be made at imminent rer-sonal risk. Yet. suite of this, begin The intensity of the subterranean ning with the few observers and the al forces over any given area of the earth's most mythical records of the days of Mirface is in a constant state of ebb and riiuy, the fascinating subject has conHow, now rising to a flood of great tinued to attract an ever increasing circle of power, now ebbing into a long period earnestlystudonts, whotohave ever more endeavored pierce the veil of quiescence, and then again gathering of mystery which surrounds it. Each force for a new and awful manifests fresh manifestation of subterranean is now watched With increased inlion of energy. It would seem that the volcanic forces of Southern Europe are terest. Whenever possible, the sequence of again approaching a period of maxi- detail, old events is noted with extreme theories mum intensity. But so recentlv as the iresii jueas coniirnied,become weakened and new avenues Minimer of 1883, the beautiful little of thought open themselves to the earn-- ! inland of Ichia was convulsed by earth- - est investigator at everv sten. With the phenomena of earthquakes, ijiuuve siiocks. it was the season of the volcanoes rear when all was at its gayest and those of outbursts are closely linked, being brightest, the little capilal being filled volcanic accompanied frequently her SURREPTITIOUS RIDES. aided and bv by the many Neapolitans and Komans shocks; and there can be carthouake V Trainp IUcnsse the Various .Method) little doubt! who find it so delightful a retreat in that the tco are most intimately bound of Securing Tree Transportation. summer. On a bright July evening up, if, indeed, they are not two effeoU "This, is terribly bad weather to ride when all were sitting out in the clear, arising from a single came. This beiii" a sorrowful-lookincalm air, under a cloudless sky, there so, the facts which surround the one i on the bumpers," tramp as he endeavored to thaw came a sudden earth-throand in a class of phenomena may be drawn upon Icvr seconds the charming town of in attempting to frame" an explanation out his hands with his breath, and by was a shapeless heap of ruins ; whence and how either originatas. slapping them . together and holding whilst the Mier small lmvn nt That some portions of the earth's into- - I them in his arm-pit"It's a hard the little island .shared iu a les decree rior are in an immensely heated con- place to ride, because a fellow has to the same fate. Only two years- - before dition, the nature of "the material I another shock had been axperienced ejected from volcanic vents Tenders t( hold on all the time. If he should let over the same area, but the earthquake dent, and observation has also clearh ' go once he would drop off, and that of 18S3 was of much greater intensity demonstrated the fact that the temper- - ' would be the last of him. What do we than, that which preceded iu attire increases from the surface of the ride on the bumpers for? 'Clause that's ulace It is but a few months too, since the earth downwards, the average increase about the onlvdaVj, on a train a fellow where the brakemen subterranean forces seemed to threaten being one degree Fahrenheit for everv can et tnei0 xin outbreak in our own conntrv, ., nity teet ot descent. .Now. from con- - ' won t bother him..1. The train men stick. .. .1 .i preiy viose io ine caboose mis com their gathering' energy bv a UV If they would see one of us "A? ' "'""'"-luu- r iu ounoiK: anu now l . ffentlemen on the top of a car. though. r i ritl.lin hnu hiwn tin ...... ui- lucir awiui i' 'v:",-i..: vu vu ii uuiungs, u lias, wkii they'd come tm; . " n Christmas night last, the Syy,lty- "ch probability, been inferred that the off. So we out long enough to put him ....... .,..... .3 m uuunu were inrnwu into t ... ride on the bumners and . i svsicin ;uis evoivett irom one or i .t nen me train uluy uon c see us. a state of alarm by two' slight vibra-mor- e n.wi stops we hop oft, for the men come out V.f, y-"" tions. On . nl..l AUI the t same eveiiinn. ;ror'f S then, and when it starts up we jump on iuicul occurred in the ..n.Ctl '?. 2'"d ,of hSnt;. ,and iat ' again. ItVtough sometimes, thouirh. proMnces of Andalusia, Malaga and i ib urafc Jttf" 5 ""r' lm""1Bim!l" .abnnT2l v ..vhb-he- i mmm i tr-Trnarwii iilbiii a., rwfw iiaM - ; .lira in he town of fh fS'T-Wfen-er- g' g e, i Casa-wiccio- la ), u-bi- It is obvious that the study of these The Phenomena of Volcanoes and terestinc phenomena is beset with many difficulties. Observation can Earthquakes. century we find a lingering remnant of this superstitious regard of physical m the naming, by the in- PlKjf. Habitants of Smdrce. of a mmiml ,n FORCES BENEATH US. "Ullah IIP a.u"nS tnc lndus eartquake, Bund." or tho Mound of God. y Hfl for winn.iri-nnmii.miu.- t tv.o ... ra!,,.,&n.i ., ir,i, f mo know u to him. One of "the fairy tales. of science and the long result of time" is the gradual change in the relative positions of continent and sea which these Oscillations of the earth' crust have brought about. Our own inland has now been submerged until the sea washed its mountain tops, now elevated until It ceased to be an island, and ratuer x names liowed across a great stretch of land, which filled up tho North Sea, to join the great Rhine, tho two streams pouring their united waters almost within the arctic circle. So, over all the earth; continents have grown out of the sea, and great lands nave given place to vast oceans. "The stony rocks are not primeval, but the daughter of time." Everywhere, flux in I change growth and deeav; onlv fixed and' unalterable the immutable aud eternal laws which govern it.- Cftambtrs' Journal. n-,.r i,-- ,... thce eruptive efforts, iron, and mam other minerals which have tributed to the comfort and progress of na 'Now, ou John II wiry, you must stop perambulating the baby in that roller skat Bring it right away in the house; your str want to go to the rink." Call. JfiU-mlelp5 s. -- ' yourself." "Yasj:sali. 'T donot see why you should not get along all right. "YasJsRh." "We all have to make scriAces." "YasjTfcab, so I heah 'em say, but mighty few men buster put up whl Mck er wife ez l'segoti I ken stan' d common run o' w immea, but dat pusson, Jedge, is rank pizen. IV'y, sah, If h wuz er sleep an' wuster dream dat I wu enjoyin' myse'f , she'd wae herse'f up an' se dat de enjoyment vuz stopped right dar. She like ter dieil Mine time ergo. Wuz mighty In hopes k I wuz gwine ter lose her, but when sheoun' dat I wuz ixleased, blame ef she didu'l turn oler an' git well. She's a "What if the matter with himf " asted a bod 'omai. sah. .irA.aw i rawer. sympathetic old lady. "Willium is n good man," continued tha Koats !txitnil. "Here Kfeoiuetliinstl just dashed off, and first, waving her glasses iu aa argumentative way, "but he will invent. He goes in- my friend? are so delighted with it that at venting around from morning till uigfat, their earnest request I brought it to you." Ami he contentedly into a chair just and I have no peace ox comfort. "I didn't object when he !nventd a vacated kr an exchange fiend"Do vog writ much of this sort of stuff?" but I did remonstrate' when he wanted me to craw 1 out of the window one inquired the editor. night last winter to see how the thing "Yon vsb to know, I sttpjtOHe, if I often worked. ascend info the realms of poesy? Yes, very "Then ho originated a lock for the door often, aBdtll my poem, are highly praised that wouldn't open from miduight until by my friends. They call me the American Keats." ! "Ah ! ikineerely hop you will emulate his cxampe." "Ok, thank you." "Yes, KaU died yonag." Jffrrfen?ii'a Call. A lluil Woman. "Now, the best thing ye can do," said tho Judge to an old negro who bad applied for a divorce, "is to go home and behavo lt;SadSrabtadcnCribCdhbv ard over two years airo: an- pointraent to office no linger depends on character, capnb'lity or presumed or proven lituess, nor doe3 the tenure depend upon titnss or capacity; but unhesitating service as a political and personal part san, to whom scruple of ;my km 1 will be only an incumbrance, hits lieeome the most reliable groundwork for success in procuring or retaining public offiea. Thus, gradually, an army of mercenaries has been organised, who arc strong enough to control conventions and nominating assemblies, set at defiance public op'nion, and laugh to scorn public conscience." A party that encouraged and developed such a system is not exactly a reliable authority on civil service or non-partis- Si.iB!r: party in power. S"" ia favprorcitmung SS per cent. and per cent. The sexton of a New York church has a crank in his pew, by turning which he regulates the temperature of the house during service. iV. Y. Sun- The University of Cairo, in Egypt, said to be nine hundred years older than Oxford, hasten thousand students. who arc being educated as Mohara- - jftff. .dfrjjrf ht at Harvard forty-e'gat Princeton eighty-fou- r thatTr--A principles. in -- lire-escap- e, sI - K mani-festiu- g oilriinc " "-- 17. .- I - ;ceJ flnftjba h.e v ' Zlltl ."?.n0Lh.?!bfw.'.c wn. "".:.., !,. I -- 1 i ! . ,, i V 'V.' :' tWi JC "'I V- - Nx .7 r jfl ,L '(""" -s- ..tj" Mi J i. .r Then beneath the sheep's clothing of civil sorvice professions the partisan wolf is being constantly revealed. It is shown in the bitter opposition of the Republican Senate here against the nomination of a Democrat to a petty office by a Democratic Governor. It is c.idenced in the rc'entless war waged upon Governor Abbett, of New Jersey, by the Republican membars of the Legislature. It is constantly peeping out in the columns of Republican newspapers. Yet every movement of the new Administration is jealously watched by those newly-co- n vetted reformers who are prepared to howl against partisanship. I'licy, who claimed every office by right of party conquest and introduced the practice of making appointments, promotions and removals in the subordinate civil tervice on the basis of official favoritism or partisan interests, arc now the most clamReorous advocates of form and would go to the extent of depriving the President and his cabinet of all liberty of action. They forget that the procuring of office by imm proper means and the use of office for THE DEMAND OF THE PARTY. iiartisan purposes s'rikc at the very e foundations of Reform. Let All Useless Offices He Abolished and the miance Filled by Democrats. How many Republican officeholders can that they have noi sinned iu either It is entirely natural for aspirant? for pari ic ular? The puqiosc of tbe Demo- political favor to hnar with feelings of cratic administration is t apply the consternation of a movement to re luce Oh ice rules to those in office as well as to office seekers and careful and the number of officer The chances of 1 Civil-Scrvic- o It now transpires that there is no common sentirant among tin Republicans on anj iniportaut question. Upon the tariff the opinions of the leading paitisans are .widely divergent Indeed, so bitter has the antagonism become, that they can no longer trust themselves together in the ordinary affairs of life. The quarrel between Morrill and Sherma.1 sharply il'tutratcs this. During a recent confe ence the Chairman of ths Senate Finance Committee demanded, that the tariff rates on wool existing previous to tho reduction made in pursuance of the tariff commission's recommendation, be restored. To this Mr. Sherman objected, nnd4the controversy that followed grew so acrimonious that the friendly relations between the gentlemen were severed. It is nowsa'd that the real reason which intluencid M- -. Sherman to refuse service on the Finance Committee was that he was unwilling to associate with Mcssrj. Morrill and Aldrich. If the Republican party had continued in power sjich a disruption would not have occurred. Tno cohesive influence of plunder would havo held the discordant elements together a while longer, and Sherman an hs colleagues would have continued to fraternize in the hope that individuil or pa'ty gain might follow the hypocrisy. But thcrj is now no magnet to draw these elements tjgethcr, an! the example which the leading men have re! will b followed by others until the fragments of the "grand old pa ty" are scattered about in every direction. There is no unity, no harmony and no hope. From this time henw it will be a scamper for the crumbs, and in the d.sg.a;eful wrangle that may be cxpec ed, even tho remnants of Republicanis u will disappear. Harrisburtj (Pa.) Patriot, Civil-Servic- il-S- en pursuits. President White, of Cornell University, believes in the value of athletic sports as a part of college life, and cites the fact that while he was at Yale the jsixtcen men who composed tho boat's crew were not only the best men in physically, but were also the best While this may be. true mentally. enough," the public may still properly insist that the college authorities shall see to it that the shall bs continually reminded that ii the ch'cf business of college-lif- e tudy. Chita jo Current. General Booth, of the Salvation Army, having brca interviewed by one of the staff of th- Methodist Times, gives-ttiireport of the finan?ial condition of the armv: "Our own pcoole contribute about Sl.500,000 a vear. We get about S100.0 X) from outsiders, life last two L col-!lege church paper makes the positive assertion in regard to Christian workers, that in most churches "about of the work is done by less than h of the members. rt Chicago Herald. During 1883 the six faculties of medicine in France conferred 662 diplomas of doctor of medicine, viz: Lille 20, Nancy 21. Lyons 43, Bordeaux 44. Montpclicr 69, and Par's 465. During the same year 692 diplomas of mediciae were conferred in Germany. The total cost of ma'ntainingths common schools of the State of New York . last 3'ear was The number of pupils was 1.000,057. These figures acquire a peculiar interest when one considers what New York was when Sir Moses Montefiore was a boy. Current. Russia is so far behind in educational matters that in the rural districts the village priest is the only teacher available for the education of the children of the working classes, while even in such a city as Moscow, with 100.000 children of school age, there is only school accommodation for 7,000. In technical education, however, the two great schools in Moscow and St. Petersburg are among the fice3t in Europe in point of equipment and endowment. The capital also contains efficient schools for education in mining arid nine-tenths 1. u one-tent- $11,83-1,911- tu5tion-pa3"in- g stu-den- ts s , JTC. lication n mi n i T 'I I camped out in squares and other open places, un the morning of the 26th three severe shocks were lelt at Uran- .1 ada; whilst at Torro.x, in HIV SaniG province, several jet more violent shocks were experienced later m the amc day. The greater part of the Albania has been overthrown, more than half the inhabitants of Albunuelas killetl, and the cathedrals of Seville and Granada seriously damaged. Each day the provinces of "Granada and Malaga were shaken by fresh and the loss of life has been very great. The subterranean forces augmented in intensity daily, reaching a maximum on December 31,wheu a more evere shock earth-throes, ?"' uresiuuejoi vviucn rr;.:r. .. afWoTarem1nse to volcanic phenomena... ;f.v:i --s l.-ir rrjiio-we.-ac-Jji-ii!iiuiutut!- nowv-rt- K VllUlUiOII Ol lilC SQOCKfe, What happened then, as our earth 1 vjfcn. ' i v Jfcj than any exjicrienced previously was felt at Granada, that being thq tenth which up to that date had occurred there. panic-stricke- The inhabitants were thousands fled from their homes; those who remained paced the streets in religious processions, headed by their priests, imploring the Divine clemency. From this date the shocks were less violent in character, although iv severe one shook Alhama on January 12, and they have now happily altogether ceased. About the same time, an earthquake seems to have been experienced at sea, the Captain of a Cadiz bark reporting a shock, accompanied b3'a loud roaring noise, on December 18, when he was not long out of Cadiz, seven days, however, before the first shocks were experienced in the Spanish province. Often in the world's history must n: question is a vexeu. one. oo many mon af mnv... illiltlt. f ln. .liee. VI ' UUU WW ff w1" Cn luaut mlnlc. theorists, not giving sufficient . weight to ' . .i r- - . .1 .1 ine laci mat me m"reaeot pressure towards the earth's center would tend to keep matter solid there under the influence of high temperatures, suppose that the process of radiation by tho earth into space has, throughout the lapse of ages, resulted in the formation of a solid external crust covering a still fluid nucleus. But this class of theorists is, like the volcanoes of Britain, practically extinct, or is at least as subdued and unpretending as the Suflolk earthquake. Other geologists, giving more weight to the fact of increase of pressure towards the earth's eentcr, consider that its condition Is that of a body with a solid nucleus and a holid external crust, between which there still remains- a residue of liquid matter. In objection to both these views it has been shown that for thecarth to maintain i . MitUlUlll.' A1WAU IUIU JUIVV such a crust must be of enormous thickness, of so great a thickness, indeed, that Sir William Thomson, who investigated the matter, prefers to consider the earth as a solid globe cooling by contraction.; On this viewof the earth's condition, volcanic phenomena are explained as the result of the conversion into heat of the mechanical force of contraction; while earthquakes may themselves be regarded as proceeding from the crushing and bending of the Spain have been tho field of volcanic rocks by the stress of contraction itself. activity, as her crumbling caves remain Again, there are those who regard the to attest; "and it was in this corner of earth as a globe mainly solid throughEurope thnt the greatest manifestation out, but with lakes of liquid matter in of subterranean energy in modern times various parts nearthe surface, remnants occurred. The story of the earthquake of its former heat, and believe ihatit is which one hundred aud thirty years ago from these lakes, as the earth continues destroyed Lisbon is a familiar one. to contract, that matter is forced into Then, "as in the ease of the present volcanic vents to feed their intermittent earthquake, the inhabitants do not iires: whilst, looking at the fact that aprjear to have had any warning of the earthquakes so frequently precede an coming danger; but suddenly a noise eruption, these miiv from like the rolling of thunder was; heard, Jtiis point be regarded as ineffectual underground, this being followed im- enorts by the )cnt-u-p subterranean mediately by a tremendous shock, which forces to establish a "volcanic outburst; threw do'wn the greater part of the city, and since the observations of Mr. Mallet and hi the course of a few minutes sixty in earthquake localities have demonthousand persons perished. The sea strated the fact thai shocks emanate first retired, and then rose to a height from centers near the earth's surface, of fifty feet above its ordinary level: and being sometimes nearer, and sometimes the new quay just completed, on which J further, as the shocks arc mainly f horithe people had collected for safety, zontal or mainly vertical in character, sank with all its human freight; and there would seem to be some probawherc'ithad stood, there was after- bility in this latter view of tho origin of wards found to be one hundred fathoms the subterranean forces; but there are of water, if, indeed, as some accounts many arguments which militate against say, the sea was not there unfathom- its acceptance. able. The effects of this earthquake There are those also who, while tbey were felt over po large a region that it regard the matter of the earth as being has been calculated ji portion of the in a really solid condition, yet conceive earth's surface equal to four times the that some portions of it may be in a area of Europe was included within its state of potential liquidity; that range. From the West Indies and the is to say,' ready to assume the great inland lakes of Canada it extended liquid form on a release of pressure; its range to ourown country, to Sweden, and when is remembered it and to North Germany. The shock that a barometric fall of two inches a then, too, was also felt at tea, producing by no means remarkaWo circumstance an effect similar to that which follows means the removal of millions of when a vessel strikes a sunken rock or pounds of from off tho surrans aground. face of the earth, it seems as though' But whilst 'earthquakes mav thus there might be some, truth in this view seem to happen 'without tho slightest also; but it loses probability when we warning, there can be "but little doubt reflect that for this release "of pressure that their apparent suddenness is duo to be effectual in producing liquidity, it cither to want of observation, or to a is necessary that the solid matter of the wilful disregard of the signs which indi earth should be just on that borderland cate the advent of subterranean out- - between the solid and liquid statos, bursts., Their approoch la usually which it is so difficult to imagine can in many "ways underground often bethe case; and it must be finally noises, gaseous emanations from the admitted that science has yet to frame soil, the,drying up of we"nsva change ia a perfectly satisfactory explanation of earth-tremors its rigidity under the moon's attraction, nuvuivaru t a Miovr because they've all got little platforms oa and a'trave'er can r.de on them like a dais . "Some fellows ride on the trucks un der the cars," continued the tramp, as i,n .s.vt. on his hands again. "It's a ..v. j.ia, hard place, though; it's so dirty. Another place is on a passenger train on the first platform. The engineer and fireman see us, but they don't care. It's tho brakemen who bother the life out of us. Now, a person would think the first platform a good place to ride, but it isn t. The cinders are terrible. We have to fight 'em every minute. They get in our eyc3 if wc keep them open", and if wc shut our peelers the hot cinders fall on our broadcloth and burn holes in our garments. "You've heard of the baker-sho-p racket, havent you? No. That's queer. You see we travelers sometimes get hungry, and then we work the bakery racket". We go into a bakery and ask s for a job, pretending we're bakers just out of work. We go around in the shop looking with the eye of a critic at the stuff the men are bakiug, as if we knew all about it, and help ourselves to fresh cake3 and good things, just to try 'em, you kuow. The men don't care, because we're bakers. I've been in many a bake-sho- p and helped myself to all I wanted, when if they knew I v.is.a moulder and not a baker they would kick me out. They don't generally want to hire a man just then, but wheh we do strike a job we work the boss for a small loan, if we can, and promise to be around the next morning ready for business. The next morning vre are generally trying the dodge on some other bake-shoCleveland Her- j rii' i T.ni-o.- . '7ii, . fi.o. i.f Ui tc rTHrpr sSSsSai, morning, so ns to keep burglars out. Tho first time he tried it he caught his Csat-tain it, and I had to walk around him with a pan of hot coals all night to keep him from freezing." "Why didn't he take his ooat off?" "I wanted him to, but he stood around until tho thing opened itelf, trying to invent somo way of unfasUuing It. "That'a William's trouble. He will Invent. A little while ago he got up a cabinet bedstead that would shut up and open without handling. It went by clock work. il . Zgj5.-- ! "Why, Bridget, what are you doing thero with thatbutu-r?"Sure, muni, an' I'm thrying to keeD it from walkin'affl' -- ftPrtof a-- Ji miim&m t 0 or Sound. Mre. Minks "The nurse seems to havt trouble with the baby lie is cry'i ing yet." first-clas- I wonder whataU him?" Mr. Minks Yw, bless his little heart. ! nothing serious. How Mrs. Minks-- h sweetly shrill bis voice is I So clear and musical!" Mr. Minks "Yes, I but hark! Those sounds do not come from our nursery. They come through the walls from the next houso." Mrs. Miuks '.'Mercy! So they do. Why can't people have sense enough to give their squalling brats paregoric or something, lnstadbf letting them yell liko 6weech oU Philadelphia Call. b .-- . p. ald. AN UNLUCKY PROPHET. How an Italian heer Was Treated When k He Prophesied Iilely. her--ald- ed V : Js- forera&nentt of tbese pheapaenp. At such periods, too. a. sense of dizzi-b- a is oftn exnerieaeed hv dwellers in 'the threatened locality, "wt'det microoos- i the temperature ef tkrnal springs, haziness in the air, beiug the more gen-or- al Au Italian "hermit" has recently experienced in his own person thcwisdom of.thc maxim which runs "never prophesy unless you know." This "hermit" had somehow or other acquired the reputation of being able to divine the future, even to the foretelling of the numbers which would win pei.es at the next lottery draw. Upon being consulted by a farmer of Avellino named Tozzi, the hermit had thq imprudence to select three numbers, and It unfortunately happened that when the draw took place these numbers all won prizes. This fact soon became known, and the hermit's modest cell was besieged by the whole population of the district, "who believed that at last the philosopher's stone had been discovered. But the hermit's good luck was not destined to he renewed, and after the peasants had been reduced to beggary by "following" the holy mans "tips," several of them determined to have their revenge upon him. Tozzi, the rnan who had won in the first instance, but had lost all his winnings back with heavy interest, took the lead in this consniracy. and the hermit was entrapped into a louely house, whero several of his victims had assembled. They proceeded to break both his arms with an iron bar, placed him in an took him into the empty cask, house of Tozzi himself, where he was locked up in a barn and had his wounds KHicrWv dressed by a village barber. Altogether ho remained three months in .V. net captivity, TTii, nnThinrr nnr ..ttoot m 4.. "It" JW.M...i WM ana lime io cat, wiu ue vtuiuu irnnn. have died in the barn if chance Eabablyput the police on the track of these interesting phenomena. Human nature, is too apt to dwell m persecutors, ten or wnqm nave Decn npoi, the ' awful results of these arrested and are about to. bo tried. It adWilliam got into It and up it weut. Bless dressing a gentleman, "do your heart, he stayed in there from Satur- you rememlwrlhut sack of flour you orday afteruoon till the next morning, when open and disclosed William with tho dered sonte timeago?" it flew "Oh, yes, I remember it." life almost smothered out of him." "I suppose sof but I don't remember that you ever paid for it." Arc- - Friends. Anil Still Tlioy "My dear sir,l am not responsible for Jones "I hear that the handsome young your bad memory. I have remembered pf your choir is to marry tho charmtenor my part of ItL Memory is n peculiar is it not?" ing soprano. Sing-nlaSmith "Yes, each struck a chord In the faculty, and it if susceptible of great cultivation. Some ot the Grecians could reother's heart, it did not take long to regispeat volumes of'poetry. Well, good morne and It will be a ter their views ing." ArkaneaK Traveler. wedding. They will spend their honeymoon on the high Cs." Tno l'araw, UjiiMVclit Chiimplys. no doubt." "Very romantic . t i "Well, no, except that they met by r chants." well-know- Had Memory. "Captain," said a grocery keeper, n - r, note-abl- alT-ai- r, "Why, what's the matter, Susie? You look as if you had been crying all night." A' I!ut Sign- - wms f "Oh, Nellie, I fear George no longer cares for me." "Nonsense ! What makes you think so?" "Why, I tried every way to get up a quarrel with him last evening, but he boo ho boo hoo let we have my own way every time." to his mother. "There, there, Bubby," she said, after she had ascertained that the injury was trifling j "you areftoo big a boy to cry over a little thing like that." what a am I to do, mamma?" he asked sobbingly ; "I ain't enough to swear.'' "B-but Bcbbt stubbed his toe and came crying - -- rfaLjfcJa "tii -- " ig tKC9 S- - - re Adam and Evo introduced undressed kids along with the fall styles. South and Wat. To the drunkard life Is reel; to the industrious life Is earn-nePhiladelphia st livers' wagons!" "Faith, JlrnniT, and it was a great fought av yers to do away wid other de- aucal lanruasate, u-ts- ere be aay-- An Arkansas citizen had a sick It is conceded, we believe, that mule. He said to his colored man: the lick telescope, when completed "You knew Dr. A., don't you, Sam?" and mounted in the observatory pre"Yes, sah, but I don't fink nuffin' ob pared for it at Mount Hamdton, will be boss. He 'fused to 'scribe fo' mo Im. the largest instrument of the wen I war tick las' week. Sed ho world. It is Understood thatkind in tho 'scribe fo' niggahs." "Tnat's all have been successfully cast, the lenses didn't right. He doctors horses, doesn't he?" need polishing to be ready forand only use. In It"I ber.cve he do, boss. ' "Well, you go ll-;.- , J j sick mule reckoned tnrougu th?a will down and te'l h ra I have a the moon be brought " evident and striking manifestations is fortunate for the and wanthimat once," "'Taint no hTihirtr mdes Mhe earth of nature, and to pass over her more at home that failure does not entail wr that discoveries will be made on that regular ami .noiseiess.,y&t tar more 8cli , consequence as mesa x.onaon i fo' white folks an horses, boss, but he . p to solvq problems that have potent, activity. It must not. therefore, j j&fcj." at niggahs an' miUes.- "fore beenJieM to be unsolrabl- e.. ad lor fabric, though its price Is only 20 a yard. Perhaps its comparative cheapness Is against lUPMaddphia Call. 4 Glass cloth has failed to become a popu as number J.J.UI wiiuurew some suosenpuons ironi ienrRcnublicRnffiendsfToj Looking at the matter from an indi the ordinary work. We have not yet refrain from ovcr-i- Inlgcnco in com standpoint, there ore. the candi- recovered from that great effort. But Reform, lest their dal s are more tan likely to object to $2o,003 is all we want bow to ment on n zeal m"ght be interpreted in the policy adopted by the new in easy financial circumstances n this wise: in cutting oT sinecures, and When tho devil was sick, the devil a monk redu ing the number of ofli es as far as PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. would bo. When tho devil was well, the devil amonkwus th j n',ct8 itics of tin publ c service will he. permit. If advertisements were allowed on Albami Argus. But the public is not to bo judged bj' the Washington monument everythe temper of the in th's body, for a wonder, would not want A POLITICAL BUGABOO. matter or any other. There were near- the;r cards "at the top of the column. One of tint Republican notion DUslpated ly fivj nr'llioii voles can. for Clevelan Philadelphia Call. It is estimated that there are about half by Cleveland' Inaugural. Josh Billings: " When I was a Not the least of tho unscrupulous a million candidates for office, or about voung man I w.ts a'w.is in a hurry to one in ten of methods adopted by tho Republcinn hops to got a the Democratic voters hold the big end of the log and do all reward for the r party party to hold on to power was the at- services In ap.ioiatnients to ofico. Or' the lift'ng. Now I am older I beize the tempt to scare the negroes of tho South this number ) robally one ia ton ob- small end and do all ths grunting.' "Shall I take your love to youc by predicting the most horrible misfor- jects to the rcduct'oa" in th.2 number of mother?" said a lady visitor who was tunes for them should the Democrats places contemplated by the Adminis-tra'iogo'ng to sec the mother in question to n It ever gain possession of tbo Administra- corrtp'ainors will thus be s.'cn'that the little child of three yeaw. "She has coasti'ute a nri!l propor tion. Astounding lies were promulmy love," was the quaint reply. tion of tho pop'e. gated among those people that they Brown "Yes, I'm going to take a What the Democratic people of the would be subjected to a condition of country' want is not that the Aministra-tio- n short trip through the South. I don't wi.l continue sinecures in order to care so much about it myself. I only slavery or at least deprived of all rights to please my wife, yon know, provide place for tho grea'est possible of citizenship. Republican newspapers number of the r party associate?, but ogg "Ah! I 883. You "loave Mb. came out with the most audacious stateTrans-crip- t. ments of the hostility of the Democrats that after the useless offices are dis- Brown at home, then." Bjsion pensed with til's balance be fill id w th against the Colored people and Repub"D"d you say that your wife never lican orators warned them of the fate compstent, honest and deserving DemIndeed there are fiw office gave you "a curtain lecture after you ocrats. they might expect should they falter in never their allegiance to them. For a time hunters who are not w.lling to relin- came home lateisat night?" "Shealways that?" "She quish the'r own hopc3, provided that did." "How those methods had tho desired effect and the Democratic bugaboo kept the other Democrats are ca'k'd to fill the goes along with me when I go out.J,' s. They would compla'n, and Texas Sijtinj3. colored citizens of the South loyal to the jila-ejustly, too, if those who sp nt time and Those persistent purists who claim party in power in Washington. But money to prevent the triumph of the that one should invariably say: "The sad experience of carpet-ba- g after their governments and tho collapse of tho Democ at"c candidates and thi princi- lamp was lighted," will of course make Frcedmen's Bank they began to think ples they represent, worn permitted to no definite or vigorous kick against sayover the matter more seriously and to continue in the enjoyment of the offices. ing "the youn man chas2d out of 'the realise that their interests were identi- After all, political interest is fed largely garden gate by the infuriated mastiff fied with those of their former masters, by hopes of political rewards, and while waa bited." Chicajo Tel'gram. The brain of an adult man weighs and that as freo citizens they should aid the reward may be given without detounces while the white people of the South to estab- riment to the public service, no just com- on an average forty-eiglish a sound Government and to de- plaint c in be made against such a course. that of the average adult woman Exdtaiuje. ounces, and "yet wovelop the illimitable resources of their weighs forty-fou- r sectiou bv industry and harmonious man is far superior to man mentally. BEGINNING AT HOME. action. They did so and the result has I have obtained this information from, a fully justified the wisdom of their An Experiment Which Will InMte Health lady friend who is entirely trustworthy." luid Klllrleucy Into tie 1'ublie Service. BUI Xye. course. They enjoy not only the blessings of freedom, but the rewards of It is said that bees will never sting The S'eretarle of the Interior labor and tho'r relations aud the Department of Jus- a person whose head Xs smeared with , with their former masters are of the inexpensive molasse?. The batherof it is, when a nio-- t friendly and pi oli table kind. tice are mon of simple andman has incurred' the animosity of a boarding-When the Democratic Administration tastes. Mr. Lamar thouglit a colony of bees, he doesn't have rauch that was good" enough for a time to go horn", get molasses and came into power at Washington there house The" old, was a cprtain feeling of fear among the Senator would do eyj5rell for a Cabi- spread it on his epidermis negroes, by the mendacious net officer, and as h did not have half fashioned way is the best jtt'-- ronS" proclamations of MeWs. Blaine, EvarLs a dozen horses, carriage and coach- Burlington FreePrcs, v ..f;" & Co. They were led to believe thai men in the posiHovie can not "Now, Johnnie," sa:d the teacher., some of the first measures of the party see the mcJssitv of thenfia that whch borrows $100 arid in power would be directed against l.e now ob. nnies. Mr. Garland views "if your to father a week, how much pay $10 promises them and they awaited the inauguration the snbioct in a similar !'& and while owe in seven weeks?" "One with somo anxiety. All their fears van their action in ordering the sale of all will he dollars," sa'd Johnnie. "I'm hundred ished at the ringing words of Fresident tho pniiinn and their belongings fia afraid von don't know your lesson very Cleveland: have b?cn kept for privatsi&scs, doubt well." remarked the teacher. "I may In the administration of a Government Wc with theinewn preter- - not know my lesson very well.." Johnny pledged to do equal and exact justice to all encej, it is also an indcation of a g frankly acknowledged, "but I knbw'my mon. thero should bo no pretext for anx'ety ' touching1 the protection of the freedmoa m policy to bo puriued.by this Ad- father." V-- T. Sun. their rights, or their security in the enjoyment ministration. The superaBtneriesmust Too sad fo be continuedr of their privileges under the ConsUtutlon and of "The working necessities its amendments. All discussion as to their go. There was a Httlo man, . t:."- if. fltncsR for tho place accorded to them as each position will be tke test apa little can. And ho American citizens is tdp and unprofitable, exwill And aquartormorootVeTOBonoaraslaU: plied in its equipment. Th-cept as it supirests tho neccss ty for their ImAni upon tho kitchea Are. . provement. Tho factthatthcyarocitliens en doubtless elicit somi criticism from To make it bum stui nigaer. titles them to all the rights duo to that devewpments to poured tho oil. and In ibhcJb less . ' and charcrs them With all its duties, ob- those on the alert for ,1 quarter of a minute sneer at, hccause.the saviagwul be comligations and responsibilities. . -. Now, their leader, Frederick Dong-las- s, paratively small so far,as it applies to Therft was no little man go ob O way The tale's too sad 1 can't assures them that those words of the Presidenfal family. Bt o indidid I besrfa It? . M 1 3- spirit of the the President removes any cause for fear cate so clearly what the, that they may have felt, and leave noth- Administration Is and to.cxemphfy at : j ing for the colored people to criticise. headquarters the policy ef loppmg off Sweet Things.- - "'-T Tho citizen will be guarded in all his a"! that has no legitimate .'relaton to "Sweet things are very badjor yon; rights, and the constitutional amend- the public service will do uh to re ments arc irrevocable Thus a bugaboo store the morale in all braaefes of the dear," said a fond mother to her little has been laid to rest and the bloody Government. Example is sore forcia boy, who had the enil-oshirt consigned to the rag-baNot all ble than precept, though precept, when fast waning stick of candy inhis-auth- i the eloquence of Blaine. Evarts or Sher- it is understood to mean example, acthing "And man can alter trie op'nion of the col- quires a significance that fe wstatiy re g ored peoplo of the South, that their in- spected. There can bo aoouotuiat too?" asked the ianooeat caiMrele!-inthe stick from his mouth, fer only departHaeate, but in terests are perfectly safe in the hands not only in the ld-u- al Civil-Serviput.-ourselv- es mm j "trT3. of officcVSfJ; diminished. weJVverv t 3: toemmmmmmi. ?&Lsaarrit-- t 4ftHffiemre7(iVBacrtaKuis.-W' - h?"i- -r 1 new-bor- Admin-'stratio- i office-seeke- rs "". n. -- ht m m well-directe- d - fo-ter- fo-m- jr m-er- al "-;- :' i; - d s --- He rela-Uo- n, " "' 1 -- ld f g. ;! ,:aJ. r - sporting-"prophets- hore-drawsdeh- ne 1 TUM j.juvwtvia anyiiuH, of "Massa Cleveland." There Is nothing like truth in the long run. Before its bright light all the elaborate structure of Republican lies cud mhrenre 8entatlon k vanishing as an ice palace tho sun. The of ? the ra8 iuu nuiiu suiu uuiui Ml ueuuiu will uu made closer and more enduring through the influence of the Democratic Aimie-- 4 iatration. M Y. Wort& and many custom-house- a and other places a large foree of hangers-on has been enconrnzed by the prodigal and vicious methods of the past. These suggest a good place for the apIt may plication of the pmniug-knife- not be pleasant lor tne reauau ""emeffi- bers, but it will infuse health service. Boston ciency into the nublic post-ofbees an instant. . . "Yes," said the mother. "I thought so." replied the boy, the last end of the stick tlfeappewoL "Why did you think so, ray boy?" "Because he always goes out .wJ you begin to sing fjweet Violets. " . If that boy lives he raay manipulate 5tef- the bonos some mi;ht.-rHf- cen 7W. TH. erf J . ' . S St?.':' M! - . . 1:4 r i. s ,&a-?- i 'T JACOB! SOI! The tt fc Hickma-Courier- . m..- - i. - MtByBv&rHlv2vD I GERMAN REMfcUI i Xl-rhtl- y ForPam tin CHABLtS hit iMira. A. OCILr.lt Sprain, Itrulres and otacr a iim v(.a ... . rvi.a. fl,D.IUT,iUr?U4,r.S.i. Cures Rheamatism.Neuraigla, IlrtiluU.TMtfcitkr. aula, 11E.U LJIRH TRADE Wrs-t,..-,. men." They all laughed. GEORGE WABBEy.guMkhJL "Yes, I suppose so." said "Skep" Thompson. But Tim horft eoHinte HICKMAN. : : KENTUCKY. most too much on evcrybotlyTs ability to swaller. You can talk, Tim UJ1 own you're glib as if you'd been tfl tWlId"ts, ON AN OLD SONG and hanjr me if I don't rather oniov Xiittlo natch of ancient sonjr hearin' you on the whole. but OU uve nunius iuuuv iiieo rr soious'?, i musn't expoct us to believe you, th'at's iri ntF. nn n nri t. down the depths or time all." TelUnsnotMnffStrnnpeorrare ' "All right,"- - siiiv'ds.tfean"11m. Scarce a" thouKht or Inufee with impjrturbabl gootl naturu. "I but the old, old tale ' Of a hapless lo er s wall; don't know as I can expect nn ignouusnnnjroi Fouie mioaour k ramus like jou, Skep. to understand . utiiio uuvuuwuh mstiuur Dower these yarns. It's like telHn' blind 11. !., .ii.K.I., miMnl. ' ....WWppr-v- . man about colors, or thoe afollows rv, tlir trmctr. ),iinn .. ?" down there whero I to be about After full three hundred yer.r.? s coldly. It's just rs hard for souio women to swallow ltea as it Is for some j- v-r- iwsj . gp Tim, stoutly. ' " FARM AND FIRESIDE. sorter broke I If vou wish to clean np an old piece could have thrown a stone, if I'd had of gro'und that is fil'ed with coarse one, aud hit that house, weak as I was. me up. It gr8s, weeds and briars, turn in the It was seein' tht that really eemed to give me courage, aud sheep. A little borax put in the water in I crept along toward it on all fours. Such a hash as there was! There were which Soarlot napkins and p1ce of a pigst and a and, towelsro to be washedY. will prevent .V. Uerald. I lie.if there wasn't part of thorn from fading as true as "Whanthat "I don't oare!" insisted snow-clou- d Farmers on the Baltic. A more beautiful farming country does not exist than that along the southern shore of the Baltic. No fences mark the boundaries of the fertile farms which stretch away over the rolling hills to the distant horizon, all aglow with yellow grain. At intervals a clump of trees often seen intonsely dark against the ripe grain shows whero a o fann-hoasls hill-top- s. rotd hen-coop- red-border- v thpr-Notbu- ip ababy's cradle! - For chapped lip-- beeswax dissolved " 'Lord!' thinks I, wheru's the in K small quantity of sweet oil. by Apply the sahetwoor baby? t'au it le that father and mothtr airHiildrtn hare all been" 'three times a ua. antt avow wetting stands, and giant wind-milswing their v 4i m M !ie lips as nwHi as possible. inwttn- - sails on killeds? the highest The highup alongside of, Rah yetv- "I managed way, a finely-bui- lt dunmte, leads 1 had to stop. cow hnd out for vonr-aothe ami there buying a , to-,g- jSBK MaBaBSlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsHHBBBBBBkr SBSsfCSSSSSSSSSBaBSSBBsw5lSBBBMBVjflr9 M hen-coo- p, '- eti VJi.M ARK. 1T fOUeHfURE sasas- Cure far Court", Cold mad other Throat sad Lung rrrrr Cixts A Bottle. AfTertloa. iireDuuu. AtDscoobts THE fill KITS A.TOCELEB CO., Hi US. 1. PROMPT. SAFE. SURE tlr,,rjU.l, Onfatej, J?mrffwajuZJPofonj. jiusoiiiteiu "sssmsib"--EVeo'ro- m. Little iODft, since thou wert bora " In the reformation worn, Jlow much great has past awa . Shottorcd or by Mow ilecay , m Stately piles In rums crumbled i T' Lordly houses lo.t or htimhi..i ? Thrones and realms, Pttte)HJ lu durkneii hurled, "illl flflfM'f wisest schemes by statesmen spun. Time has seen them one by oho ' like the lcao5 or autumn fall ' A little song- outlives them all. . !. iaaaaaaK scholars slow, laborious pen then I'lliujr up their worts of learning-Men of solid, deen di.v-ni.Widely famous as they taujrht ?J1.?Ic.?rcr? mlKhv . We, Too, Have Tested It, To the Public: In "view of tho harmful results which so frequently attend the nso of patent or proprietary cough syrups containing morphia, opium and other equally dangerous drugs, .the undersigned, physicians of Maryland, tako pleasure in endorsing tho oflicial opinions expressed by tho Commissioner of Health of Baltimore; Dr. Samuel K. Cox, analytical chemist, of Washington, and other authorities to tho effect that the RetStak Cough Cure is not only a perfectly harmless, but at tho same' time an original and, most effective cd Destined for all future ages; Kow the eobw ob binds tlielr'pair fs All unread their volumes He Molderimr so peaceably, i Coffined thoughts or coffined non, Never more to stir again In tho passion and tho strile, In tho tleetitig forms of life; AH their forco and meaning gone As the ttream of thought llows on. Art thou weary, littlo song. Flying through thewor'l Cnnt thow on "thy f n Cleave tho future's dark dominions?' .And with musio soft and clear . , Charm tho yet unfashloned ear. Mingling with the things unborn When pcrchaucc auothcrmorn Great as that whicWgae thee birth Dawns upon the changing earth? It may be so, for all around With a heavy crnshlosrsound, Liko tho ice of polar seas ' Melting in tho summer breeze. Signs of change are gathering fast, Nations breaking with their past. -nirr-pinlo- , . . , , ice. .They never would bliere that there coufd bo such a. thing. But. T tlon't vfant to talk any more, sly tongue's dowrfrfght fired. e'ueourag-ingl"O, no! saiuTittw "you wero going to mhv something about Dakota. That's a 'change. Maybe Skep could understand that. He's been to Dakota himself. Let's have it.--" The men, after eraakiug- a few more jokes at Tim's expense, gradually a listening attitude, and that oracle proceoded. "You see, Lem Schroeder he wa a Minnesota man I uetl to know and I It was iWerc up north, prospeetin. ,ust after I camu hack from the tropics. I knew I was grjj,wln old, and I jlidn't want to die down there, north to settle. Lem wa a peddier, , and he had a o. as we peddled along the way, we hadn't been at much expense, and we'd had a pretty good time. It was late in September vhen we set out, and when it got into November, and pretty squally, we both thought we'd better b"e gettin back to his place. Just thon Lem look tic- khard sick, too. " 'Never mind,' says he. 'You take the cart and go off for a few davs' there was quite a lot of goods loft 'and bv the time vou get back I'll be Jfood-ness;knp- rrnn, y; al goop'-tcam- Tho jiulso of thought Is beating quicker, Tho lamp of fate begins to flicker, j Tho ancient reverence decays With forms and types of other days; And old beliefs grow faint and few As knowledge molds the world,anow, And scatters far and wide tho Seeds' Of other hopes and other remedy, and that it commends itself And all in vain we seek to creeds; traco Tho fortunes of tho comlug race. .alike for being entirely vegetable freo Some with fear and some with hope, from opiates, poisons and narcotics None can cast Its horoscope. Vnp'rous lamp or rising star. and for its prompt efficacy, as demonMany a light is seen afar, And dim, shapeless figures loom strated by practical tests. All around ns In tho gloom-For- ces . Baltimobe, Md Feb. 12, 1885. that may rise andirelgn ' v , Ai the old ideals wane. ; X. '? .SMi blew over. FAWCETT, M. X., "It was Christmas mornm' when we . For tb.lrtytb.reo rears Xesldent Physician started, before light, and clear and TJnlon Protectant Inflrmury. cold fts a piece of ice. Tho sun came Junior Yleo Commander. $ out, though, after awhile, bright enough. Mr. A. G. Alford, Junior Vice DepartJ. J. GROSS, M. D., Tu'q mo,w was deep, but it w&s packed ment Commander ot Md., G. A. , Balti. , St. Vincent's Hospital. ,. har"d, and we drove ovor the smooth more, Sid. , writes : " I have kept St. Jacobs prairie like mad. At noou we stopped Oil by m and always found It a ready J. D. ITSKE, M. D., for dinner at a farmer s named t'erkius, remedy for pains, aches and bruises. "When we" didu' want to lose much but . time Port Physician. suffering terribly a few weks sinco with such a good day, so we were on the an ulcerated tooth, I could not get any rest, road again shortly after one. S. R. MORSE, M. D., and I applied it. I was instantly relieved, two "It was along" about half-pa.Marine HospltftT.; and my suffering ceased from that time." when, all of a sudden, Lem looked oil at the sky behind us, and. sav he, CTTAS. W. PTTiTiTTR., M. D., Chihnky sweeps profer to wear dark What in tliunder is ihut black cloud?' litis smutch can bo said in their PUyilclnn to fire Department. and, sure enough, right back of us favor. Maple Lraf. f IN A 'BLIZZARD: was a big cloud; and yet uot a cloud - 'JAMES GORE, M. D., Young Men, Read This. neither, a sort of a darkness, more like ? Xtaltlmore County. Maryland. know how it looked if ve TheVoltaIcBelt Co., ot Marshall, Mich"., How-- ,'Pi3herman',yriiu,slifrniihftil-nes- s offer to send their celebrated Electro-Vo- r ever been in a regular bliz,ard and it JOHtf' J. CATVDWEU, M. D., TAic Belt and other Electric Appliances "Was Vindicated. wasn't creepin', it was comin' along on trlnl forSO days, to men (young or old) faster than any express train yon over Author of etc, afllictod with nervous debility, loss of vitaland Member of Medical Societies ot ity and all kindred troubles. Also "Ye. there boon loN of tortus 'lonir saw. Ve whipped up as lively as we Xeir fork, Brooklyn and Uattlmore. paralysis, and many oth-o- r could, and Lem headed fora littlo house about Christmastime late years," began that we could just see way off on the diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor.andrflanhoo'lKiiBranteed. Ko risk inTcr centurlct Jt Jim been contended that a conch "Fkherman" Tim: "and spcakin of But the cloud was goin' about mUctae to be eSectlvc must contain morphia, curred, as SO days' trial is allowed. "Write - nie of one out in Dakota; a hundred times as fast as we were, and opium, or some other equally dangerous drug, and 'em rumindthomatoncofor illustrated pamphlet, free. tday nearly soma cough mixture In the market has lo's ee, eTery one of ttiete deailly polsoai; A it uiiialbe ten ea ago this it wasn't fifteen .minutes before wu f jr ItSjluie purely vegetable and lit the 66tce time cSlcaciout A YOC.vo lady has written n book called kuew it wan"t any our tearin "' Chritmas conch cure has been conIlcu-- aa Impossibility. "My Lovars." It begins, of course, at The harmful and at tunes fatal result attendant Uia along so. So far ns we saw, we had got iJtAbiJcolne"now,." interposed ".skep" use o f morphia and opium couch mixtures ate j Chap. L to stand and take it the ben wnv we common occurrence everywhere, and n every part of of from his consistent could. t tho Union deaths bare, according to the testimony of Thompiou, o Over and Over Asraln." physicians and coroners, resulted from of ssstssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssasssssa ever "Fisher these dangerous prrparat! 3g. it g for the ute Repetition is sometimes the onlv wav to jfiitnS"vflarkar and darker uroun ttastoaLLatasW thlsreaMin ..' that nieiSiral authorities andleadingpubl'c men speak man lini torie5Sup Ay what tho,i usTtfl LWtfSSani KitM of a twiKctf impress a truth upon the mind. Accord- so enthusiastically of the lm onance and value of the paraou. preached on Sundari "come. but onqe in awhile this twilight would smgin tgiy taKe nonce rnatjttatatfrce's-ivpicasdiscovery of Ked Stnr Conch Cure, tlovcmor McLane and itobcrta, of Hilary land; tnt l'ur itive Pellets.' WMsi oriental LufcUo now, if yon must k'U'a storvf Tim, draw sorter lift likpi nnil thpn vn fonlil ..:r u ... . U it and Mayor LatroDoandrostmasterAdreon. .1 of Biltlmore. 11. Liver Pills) continue to bo wonderfully efand other oficlala of Federal. State and it mild. The Iat Jtsh story was 'most two or'three clumps of trees there were 1 laid the babv down, careful llKCiSBBSSSSS . .. . . municipal governments ha e pnblidy rertided to the sssssssssssssi. iuu. a l. I thai of whit m the fective In cases of sick and nervous too big-iannlessnesa and marked efficacy of JKert Jeit for OIlCO rive US sOniC- - in .irltiml ih littlo limisA ffl nn tin. tier the eugi ot tl.e house, and we constipation, indigestion, rush of . Couch Cure. Every ona will Had It a safe,htar thing reason ble. sure n;,' - i.iUcd "w.ll power;' blood to the head, cold extremities, and all The jjopular cure. Itl entirely freo from opiates, narcotics, skv i7ue mX mile awav, and tho huntin' aronul for'Uiof siMgin'. emetics and poisons. ItleaTesnobadeffecU. It does ll.c f m.uli.e proclivity ailments arising from obstruction of the he Tim had bi en. relating an experience looked white, as if they were made o'f sky was as clear as a bell nw, but I th i not derance the system 1 1 s pare, pleasant prompt. bodily functions. thorough of his which had occurred while lie had snow, I've heard since that that sort could see the Sold by drugclsts and dealer) In medicine throuchont :c Ms a mind yet gentle, and thoTheir action isbeing enm:it'i wlrrlm" along of ingredients th United Swtes at flftr cejitu a bottle, THE been sharking in the South Pacific. His , of thing is common iu blizzards, but I down the prairie and I knew they were to, and t!.CIIAKLE.S Jt. VOOKI.EIT COMPA.VYT tien (sorts' in respect to tirely vogotable, they can be taken with KoIProprletors, IIAX'J.'IMOKI J1AKY-- pseudonym of "Fisherman" had been didn't know it then, and we Iwth ketchin' it furtbe- - oti. I pecked into laying eg-- . It might be supposed impunity into the most delicate stomach. derived from his alleged adventures f thought it was mighty queer, the house, but that was pretty much that a heu cannot help but lay eggs All druggists. amonjr the linn tribe;, of thoe distant f cnomnri tn h Thr.ro nrr r.f mil.r broke up. The whole thing had sepDownright Cruelty. bald now, Isn't "Your waters, which adventures beiny of a in' up of the air all the while. I couldn't arated, so far as I could iudge. into'twc when the lit is on her, but she can do he?" said father is entirelyof n millionaire, a man to tho son !,kind entirely unfamiliar'foithe dwellers think of am thing only that there was a or three parts, and It didn't take me as she please- - about this to a great exTo permit jourselt and family 6) "Yes." replied tha youth, sadly. "I'm th ., - , t ii . in tut; tuiau i iscoiiMit lown in wuicn great giant cloe by us, puttin all the long to see wlioever that was singin' tent, aud when thing- - are not ju- -t to only heir he has left." A"". 1". Herald. "Suffer:" in there. I poked along I her mind, die will strike work as quick"With sickness when it can be prevented Tim was now residing, were considered air there was into a big bag so as to wasn't It takes money to start a business, bat by them to be largely the product of iliug it out on- us afterward in awful reckon it wa in- - a crazy sort of way, ly as a Yonker carpet weaver, and and cared so easily the "Fisherman's" imagination. Still, winds. What made it eom more like for Lwa. hbout dragged lout when, all leave her nest in a huff and go off and It will stop without any. "WlthHopBitters!!! they were interesting, and ven "Skep" this was that it grew close, sorter of a sndden, I came to the top of n big leave the egg she would have laid unOld Inveterate Strictures Thompson, tho very loudest to delaid, so that it i a very important matter of tho urethra, speedily and permanently made it hard for us to hogshead. It was planted sorter Having experienced a great deal of nounce their fictitious character, was in hard in thesuow, whole thing made us and .cured by our improved methods. Pamboth " Trouble !" from indigestion, so much to sure to be around whenever Tim was breathe, and theas I used to when was as a rock. A littloand packed smashed to haie the nestsplaced convenienthou&o phlet, references and terms, two three-cepiece was feel'afraid; just about the comfortable and I Asstamps. g Oiatl came near Iosins my known to bo in a mood a little shaver and they shut me up iu out of it near the top, and the nearer in such a manner as will give the hens sociation, "World's Dispensary Medical Y. (J03 Main Street, Buffalo, N. LTim himself always protected that the dark. to it 1 eame the surer I was that the plenty of choice to suit thomsclve- -. And My trouble always came after eating any everything which he related was strictly came out of that. I peeked in even then a good 11111113 them will . "Are yon a little French girl!" they "I guess my fact was as white as food true! asked a dark-eye- d miss, who was tripping Lem'& and it "couldn't have been much at the hole, and, sure enough, there was not be Miited after all thnt can bo done, However lights- - "Some day, he would remark, "yon whiter, poor fellowl wJien he turned a little bov. all muflled up in a on the floor or across a steamer's deck. "No," said Bho; and will leave their eggs And digestiWo. and he was singin' away as chip in the ard .1 if in disgust at the ar "I'm a Methodist" Harper's Bazar. For two or three hours at a time I had in. fellows wdf find out that you've been round to mc, and. etiis he, 'Tim,' fays ?abusin' me One St the 'South Sea he, 'it's on us. Wo "can't reach the, per as you please. I saw ju ;i minntc rangements. But when one understands go through tho most A CouGn, Cold, on Soke TnROAT should g $ g ''Islanders or somebody else will happen hon-d had comp down ot the nature of a hen there is a way of not bo neglected. Bnows's Bronchiai. that the I'm afraid we're gone.' AtiBtuiuij; paixia,- along this w a , and- - you'll feel prettv "And tho only way I ever cot" him as he had been lyin' or compelling hor to do as wo want her by Troches give prompt relief. 25 cts. a box "Jus't then there was a gnat came 1 mean, to think how you've gone for me a whirlin', blindin' sort of gust, full "Kelkfl" seeming to desire her to do something of down on the snow." Was by throwing up all my stomach It is notaconsidered decant to refer to and my yarns all these years." "O, come now!' drawled "Skep" cUo. And the young poultry keeper snow, and Lem just caught hold of mi dulfer. bat there can contained. Ko ono can conceive the iiins But such speeches as these were con- hand and shook it. 0, my God!' say Thompson, with the air of a man who can not learu this knowledge in any a man asemarkintr that they have a bo no Dnf- harm in -that I had to go througii, until be exsidered as only a partof Tim's has borne all that could possibly better way thaif'by studying this subhe, 'we can't stand this! Good-byferin India, i At last?-- ' L him. and as further 'em my ever get I sras taken I'" So that for three weeks 1 in the art of lyin. ' exhibiting his skill Tim; give didn't love if you like that; pected offurther. aud refuses to endure ject of nests. Birds instinctively hide tjieir nests: PiKE'sToOTnACiiEDnorscurolnlininutcJSc. anything home.' ' I hay anything lay In bed and Sonpheals nnd beautifies. 23c On thLs particular night-- a certain I was dazed-lik"It's a fact." went on Tim, inflexibly. and do this so eflectiicH' that it is next Gltnn'u SuiplturRemover kills Corns k Bunions. and, b'eMdcs, I hadn't Could eat nothing! big, but it is as trueas to impossible to find a hen's ne-- t under German Corn 3iy Bufferings were so that 1 called bitter cold Christmas LyT not, manv been sick, and I supposed 1 felt a little "It two doctors to give mo something that years ago a little? knot "of men were stronger." preaehin' thatthat hogshead had come a brush heap or iu a fence, although onu , called " lore Tomatoes wero would stop the pala; their assembled around the glowing stove in "Gust number two struck u before down oifthat little" fdllow amllbeeu mai walk right into it. One may apples." They areformerly very soft and certainly be humor this; habit by proiiding nests easily Efforts were no good to ine. now too deep Jo Titus Perrin't. store. Titus Terriu's we were fairly over the lirj.tj oue. The drove into-th"mashed." tAt last I heard a good deal store was the main.sourawof the t crea- cart swhVed and toppled, and we both moved ifgaln, aud there, covered up which to offer "socJhmou and are About your Hop Bitters I hogsyet conveniently placed for the puipose IF afflicted with Soro Eyes, nso Dr. l6aao ture comforts of the little' village, anil jumped down aud cut the horses loose, with his bedtpiilt aud under that ' And determined to try them." also .the usual ifamping-groun- d for the just as the cart fell over, and went to head, that little chap had stood it of the poultry 'keeper. Once the nest Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 25c. Got a bottle In lour hours I took the more' reputable portion of the towns- tniash, and everything in it blew out of through all of that storm. J wish I - chosen it 111113 be made permanent by eontents of "What is the stuff ihatdreams are made " The horses could think what it was he was singin good management. An excellent wa people during the, winter evenings. No Sight quickcr'n a wink. ' ol?" passionately inquired a poet. In ona One! believe is to have portable nest bnas which can an old tune. Maybe jon'd brief word, sir pies. Kext day I was out of bed, and have not liquor was o!d there, and Titus Per-rin-'s galloped off before the wind, snoriin' seen a wife, a "smart," andnof nnrelined and kiekin', and I never saw 'em again. me If I could think what it was. It's a be lifted and moved when .desirable. woman, who kept her husband's books "Sick I" Wuen everything else fails, Dr. Sage's "We orter lay down on tho snow and Christian tune, too. Queer I can't think This is very eomenient when a hen Hour, from flic same cause shtce. begins to brood, because she will keep Catarrh Rerawly cures. with earo aml'auility. was 'always sit- caught hold of e'ach other, but the next of it." nave recommended it to hundreds ot ting at her desk io the corner at such whirl that came separated us. and poor "Awful queer." said "Skep" Thonip-sothe nest she has been using in spite of "shutting-downtimes it is eviIn others, ou have no such with an incredulous laugh, in all efforts to prevent hor. The nest we dent these ten nulls " do not make a cent times, making; the atmosphere of the Lem was gone, the first I knew. I supthat "Advocate as I ain.-- Gea which some of the others joined. is a box have used for oome years past Kendall, place distinctly purer and more whole- pose ho was killed, for he has never JUuu Allston, Boston, JTass. ' "It wasn't," began tho Hardawaj about sixteen inches square and twelve fana some for her presence. been seen or heard of from that day. I Columbus Advocate, Texas, April 2l. 'S3. A Lowell genius has invented a irap h strips off bov, with some agitation "it wasn't inches doop, made of .They had. wasn't with which bo expects to catch cholera Hop PEdito- -I Itavo tried yourany Bit- -' "Eishciman"succeeded an early hourup" don't know whyI Itell you carriedwiud like this, was it?" and he lifted np a nailed two iuohes apart to solid that of the same way. Tim at fod&idihey are good germs and thus put a check on tho disease comtwelve by sixteen inejios and one whenever it appears. The trap will bo plaint The best medicine I for used In the'ecning. It was cold and stormy, was something well awful. There pure boyish voice in two line- of the ever livm'n twvlvo-itie- h inch thick. One of tho y family. as Tim had intimated; and as the isn't any word I know, though, that old baited with green apples, tramps and a JL Taieseil "Urijfhtoot and bo--t or the ?ons or tho tnorn- - sides has but two laths nailed at the section of sewer-pipThe Judge. rattling blasts shook the little store they begins to express "L"' s Kouo genuine without a bunch of green had listened with eagerness -- but with "No put in Mrs. Hardaway, at this Dawu on our darkness and lond u thinttaid." bottom, so as to make a nest sixteen cigarette never feels so A two-ceHops on tho white label. Shun all tho rileDolsi moreineredslity tharf ever to one of point, as though she had spoken withTim . stood listening to him ,in a inches square on the ground with one of cheap as when it is being sucked by a onousstuff with Uop"or"Ho"in their sides having a nvnt of 'the twelve-inc- h his familiar shark storied- Tim's pic- out meaning it, 'in Iter absorption in speechless transport of uuiazement.' dude. Chicago Herald. four inches at the bottom to retain tho ture o&the warmSouthcraV18' in which Tim's narrative. "No, it's worse than "It was, though!" he cried en- nest in position and leave space lor the A philosopher says that nothing-- seems men dove scores of feetand leaped, awful. I'be been there: I know how it thusiastically, as the, boy concluded. assss &CftxsplisssBssa? to please a fly sc nuch as to be mistaken aud cut up all sorts of antics was ut- is." aasssB(? "Why, were oil it cant be how did hen to walk in from the ground. Tho for something to eat, and, if it can be staa U lathed s'des and bottom provide ainpk baked in a cake and paimed off on the unterly incomprehensible in a Wisconsin v Tim'a countenance lighted up, and a you happen " winter, with the thermometer at ten de- ..jtieeable increase of respect fen his "Yes, but I was, though," said the ventilation and coolness, and as ths wary as a currant, it is happy. Chicago grees below zero. Even Mrs. Titus story-- was indicated upon the face of his boy. Ids face Hushed, and his voice nest is set upon the ground tho bottom Tribune. sssC Hg renin, thcsoleperaon who ever im- auditors. It jeemed at least to be shaking. "I thought I know what yon of it has all the favorable conditions Thirteen- - is an plicitly believed Tim, had had to admit brought down to tho level of probability were talkin' about, all along, but I which the stolen nest in the fonce row poor man to have inunlucky number for a his family. 5CBBBSs'ww that this particular story was a trifle by Mta. Hardaway's impulsive words. thought I'd wait till you get through (proverbially the best of all nests) has. is" made of .soft hay and the "Yes, it k worse, than awful," want beore I said anything. Our ho;i:o v;as The nest Prodablt the quietest thing in tho I had a valuable horse taken, with the pinkeye, rei She usually inserted, as V??l3$iai1?!?lpoo:l; Artcrnlnemoaha of doctor he was on Tim, after a moment, "and it hnd a blown away just liko that in Dakota ten box is placed under the shelter of bushes world is a buzz saw when it is not runu ,fle reniedles to be found la horse books: ftF 7J'!1 I despaired of a care. IIs right hind leg as as lafce 'one-othose rhreky people of whom it coldness in it that secnifd somehow to yaars ago thi1 Christmas. My Lttle or other protection provided in the yard ning. as a man a body and had en it over forty rannlnc might be said, as of one of Mis. Wliit-Jie- take tho heart right out of me. Maybe sifter was killed, but my father 'aid J or in the shadiest corners ot the house. "I don't like to have you go to the skatingEpccinc. 't..,.'t 1 ''ought of bwiffasymptoms Iofusc3 so often, Gamaliel," said KfS5??.tUw ln4fli;,l!t n thai some of you have felt a good strongr mother were saved ny crawling into a This nest is quite large onough for a -rink the characters sUseaaedlsaiinearedT There have been no signs bookkeeper. wsriuaad the hoc has d.ne a mule's work onof a "where life, was, thing happened," earthquake shock, and you know my k that had got stuck, iu alarift, brood and is readily taken after it has not, sir?" to his the omploye, "And why V asked JL-FlsmhAugusta, Ga. weakly that makes you feel. and a hogshead fell on jne, in just the 'been selected bv a brooding hen and ledger. ""Well, you're apt toclosing his which was the reason why ho always SSIr?HiS. lose your Treatise oa Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. bad so many strange adventures to tell. Well, this ga'ieme just such feeling way you told about, and saved nie. I removed with her to the apartment footing, you know." Yonkers Statesman. , Ga- - ox Ei en this remember it all well. There was a kept specially for the brooders. For Syf10 CoBwwa. wwawsT.f s the expression of her doubt in this a I've had in cartlvjuakcs and lli.cl!iniIvu"ic in.. Incredible as it may seem, many of tho i nnlli .imnfv. just didn't let up in a little while. a the man there who dug me out, and you twentv hens at least oisrht or ten nests should be provided, which avoids much richest planters in Jamaica live on coffee iirst two did, it justv kept right on a must be tho man." grounds. JV. Y. Independent. .Mrl&.t "TS.' a blowin', as if it wasn t f.7 -"-"ywtoioB. r...- - nuv. vnnr i whirlin to giye in 1" quarreling and consequent breaking of never!" "Have "I ;, H'r,r ,i. -, aim i ai- - evergom io lei up. n uiow in ux-- r mu eggs. Ilenrif Stewart, in A'. Y. Times. g uuis anu Keen your promisehas releThe rage for "Beats all!" cried the men, in aston-ishe- d n ftfitlir. hilt. lslllfk WOtllfl ways try to belieye such men till they .nnw gated the banana skin to tho limbo of chorus. n -- Anciently, in many parts of France, jokes. N, T. Journal. have It, it didn't take me up in the air, "You can ask my mother, if you don't tre proved false," s "Beats allwhat women will swallerr'itis I've heanl it ioe tl4kp meu some-ghe- d believe roe," said the boy. "I reckon sa s a writer, when a sale of land took In weather does 'not JsUieLaS'ir.UisacceMfalbusIncs'iIire. EVERY I Mmest I lodged against aif uncommon place it was the custom to have twelve changeBermuda thea time, ana the Phil"Skeuhompson. 2t5S-- and TKAJVSACTS KXJSIXlXSln M she believes him. now.'" JwrpBgh ccmplctu manner as tn llerchant, witnesses, accompanied by twelve adelphia or a week at to know what they Mrs. Titus Pemrf.q sister, Mrs Hard high pile of snow, and there l lay, nearly Call wants They turned toward the place where adult IradBrBaaterinevcrTday life. Forfullpartlcu-sar- i atWrtM Jtastman College, rokecpsie, KCwTort away, who had "not arrived in Unvn to frozen to death I washavin' a regular Mrs. Hardaway had been sitting, but. little bojs, and when the price of tho talk about there. Well, the onion might d tight with the storm, unobserved amid the exciteraentPof the land was paid and its surrender took furn sh them with a strong subject fer many ears pay brought when all of a sudden the cloud of snow last few moments, she had fallen on the place, the ears of the boys were pulled conversation. Boston Budget. Ms;iieeMipfRr Westbad s (be.iiTing room be that was over me sorter toro in two. floor, apparently overcome by the re- aud they were severely beaten, so that r "All's well that ends swell," as tfeo her sewing Vacs ssfawal tostst mmsb hind the store to keep heir sister com- and I could see a house, or a part of collections induced by Tim's realistic the pain thus inflicted should leave nn sailor said when tho wind went down. t p iftr SSMtSamShirftthMBItnrfiu&ln. ttaun .njllnlMi.' pany. Her win n bov of sixteen or one, half tipped over, and not a dozen recital, and there she lay in a dead faint. impression upon their memory, and, if Philadelphia Call. s ths ttUsaw of Frf BPILirST cr FliilNa ! w " a stndy. Israrrsnt ssy remedy toccra sas vsiss aasss. Bcsnts siwsw bars t "Fisherman" Tim's truthfulness was required aftenvard, they might bear h pa hum fg sovcnteen.'bo Jiad attenueu ier on rods away from nrc. I knew in a minute Pains In tho stomach ore never ada her J9urnejvw&K among; itorfJWpfi ?f ' that it must be tiie little house that Lem vindicated at last- - Kate Upton Clark, witness to tho sale. Later, when a ,parcnt enough to sea through. Oil City say lafalllbla rcmstT. , Y ts Ezprus sad1 V .1... sy-im- !!., 11 was being: executed, parents Derrick. criminal f for tfMl. ad I wlu r QB. . . men around tha stove. MTS,'Jjaru;t,v i -Jin' A au "seeii uu uu uie in Christian JJnion. ' ass w. . a. ilwi. is rstrl at, Msw 1 uk ' whipped their children so that they . "O h h!" cried "Skep" Thompson. t i j evidently dWot ifi?f"wlc& hei' sister, , fJ . Tom says that it only took a liHU HM v Lj. Don Uthrow awsy bones, but goo "might take warningby the example and a nu sue now iook occassi"" i" o p. ..T .7. rnAI fhn hs,len ToyIT miles ol " i.vuo iv of Ps. auk sv keep in the path of virtue. vert them into fertilizers didn't helieve it,' she remarked, at last accounts," all rijtfit.' "Well, there was a good farmer's wife up Jlierc promised to seo to him, and I weht off; but when I came baok he wasn't any better, and tho weeks 'wont on, And still he didn't get well. The snow gotdeep and I rather thought we'd better winter up there, but nothin' would do for Lem but he must go home; so, as soon as he got pretty btrong again, we started. We'd planned it so that we could get from one place to another pretty comfortable everyday, and if there was a storm we'd put up till it C ."" Landmarks of the human mind One by one are left behind. And a subtle change is wrought In the mold and cast of thought; Modes of reasoning pass away. Types or beauty lose their swny. Creeds and cuiircs that have made Many noble live must fade; And tho words that thrilled of old Now seem hopeless, dead and cold; .Fancy's rainbow tints are flying. Thoughts, like men, are slowly dying;. All things perish, and the strongest Often do not last the longest; Tho stately ship is een no more. The rraglle skin attains the 6hore; AtwLwhile tho great and wise ducajr'i ..uSi all their trophies pass away, Somo 'sudden thought, sonic cureless rhyme, Still floats above the wrcck9 of time. ITamOlan'g'JInoaxlne. st i if "Electro-Therapeutlca- ," sky-lin- e. u-- e, 1 tirm-frg- anil all of me, for that cold that 1 maiter. aaiied so W'th Tathor-di- c felt as HRWjh than "" not wlifi. all of a Midden, , I was S " uariju" Cake One pound of pork lork ,'nle of the hin', i chopped fiue. two eupfuls ,f boiling th wind slilloil down a little, and I water, throe eupfuls of coffee sugar, one heard a noise of oryitf . Then the wind cupfui of mohu-s.'s- . sevan eupfuls of come up ajmin, and then there was an llmir one teaspootiful of cloves, ono other hush, and then come up that Ijttle.l Lteifpoonful of uutmeg, one wHiiiu , unojs cry agninr tt was a! of allspice, two mmims iii mm. more or Ixaby's ery, and no hir4Ke, and it did le,s. JWfito Btu'l' seem to me, even if 1 ten all used up, Too many, in breaking their horses, ad if 1 coulda't let it Mule, baby die out This put them immediately to work. in that cold without tryins: to" save it. custom, while effective, destroys somebo I just gathered up all my, strength temper and action of a 'I... Uj what the themot humane and profitan1l mni ij iimm ,.M 1111x uittt tfliul fat lllllL'il iui ,1..- MA. . r. horse. The or three time-- I koeUd over, with my pursue is to make tho ble ees nnd ears and noso full of snow", workcourse attofirst, gradually increasing light though I had beeu tiqd up ajid bundled the full capacity of the horse is up fit to kilPwlfen we" started out; but, it until Vd.rie Farm, r at last, after I'd felt and felt around in! exchange thinks m good substiAn the blindin' storm and darkness I found portion of milk feed her. She was a little thing, couldn't tute for the major to calves can be made at a small cost as have boeu more tlinn six months old, Ono-hapeck ground linseed, and hor littlo drev was jammed in follows: of ground corn, one peck of peek one under the side of the house. It was a ground oate, one pock of wheat bran; miracle she hadn't been jammed in one pint of tho mix thoroughly there, too, but bein' so close under the, mixture in threeand boil of water, stir- jralkmf. edge was all that had saved her, for ring often. After the first three days the house was stuck iu so tight it this to calves, whouy couldn't move, and it sorter protected with can be almost of skim leu at each milk only a quart her from the storm. O, she was a. feet!. white, protty little thing! not a scrap Lemon Pudding. Boat the yolks of of a hood of anything on her head, her ttvo Itirtre in uiifliliti r disli: ndil t.wn littlo thin dress on hor, aud her little baby hair all stiff with ice. eupfuls of sugar; dissolve four table- She was 'mostjjone.J could see .that. Siwonfuts of corn starch in a little cold but I managed to undo ray fur coat, and fivater: stir into it two teacupfuls of tear her dress out from under the house,' oiling water: put in the juice of twoall tocrated peel; unions and then I hugged hor up ami covered! imvlipr with the tunsiinnnfnl mix lniltoi.. wild i rf her as close asl could with the coat." oake about fifteen minutes. When done O, but she was pleased! She snuggled down, that little thine! tisht up to me, spread over the top the beaten whites and sighed lonsr, sobbin1 sisrhs, and shut; of two eggs, previously sweetened with up her prettv little eyes, as quiet and.wmte sugar. Let it brown a moment in tho oTen. Serve either cold or hot. conteoted-lik- e ab if she was taking a. Ifoaton Budget. " nice littlo nap. .CJiicken jelly for inval'ds- Half a t'Then came tho worst timo of all.bu raw ehicken pounded with a mallet, the piece of the house that jutted over ns stood hrm. I don t know how tnnit bones and meat together: cover with this lasted, for it took mv senses clear cold water and heat very slowly in. a away. There seemed to be a noise in" covered vessel. Let it simmer until the my head 'like twenty locomotives alij meat is in nurs and the water reduced Strain and nress through a lettin' off steam at ouce, and that was. the last 1 knew. I reekon I novep, jvai collander or coarse cloth. Season to so near" the Valley of the Shadow 'oil taste and return to the fire for five minutes. Skim when cool. Keep it on ice Death I was just then." Tim paused a moment, mopped his and give it to the patient cold. For a change the jelly can lie made into a i face vigorou-land resumed. "But that last clap was the end of it, sandwich with thin slices of bread and and I seemed to come to after awhile, butter aud will be found very nourishwith a sound of singh;? somewhere near ing. Tht Ilottidiohl. A correspondent writes: "I saw a me. I started a little before I thought of the baby, and then I felt her lyin' norel way of mending a woolen dre heavy and cold inside of my coat. in which a round hole hat! been torn 'Wake up. liule kid!' says I. 'Tho and where only a patch could remedy y mattsjrs. The fraed Krtious around storm's gone down and here we be we'll find our folks, but if we thu tear were carefully smoothed, ami a can't, your L'nele" Tim'll look out for pioeo of the material, moistened with very thiii mucilage, was placed under jou. Wake up:' I kissed and kied her little face, the hole A heavy weight w as put ujkui and it was grow in' lighter , and lighter,8 it until it wa6 dry, when it was only .o that T could ee how pretty and possible to discover the mended place she looked, but she sorter tender-lik- e c ireful observation " Surely worth never ino etl lit r heart had "topped while tr3ing, for patches are premediThe po:" lit'Ic thing was tate I poverty beatin' It would however, dead " p obaoU oniC answer for mending tho s 11m stopped agi n- this fine t wipe k ! of adn , rrinicffxt Lhron- his eev md some of his aau.tor Warsaw-- . f. '. siispfcioiish bus o'.cr their own issssssssm Mint tho mn trm sivf ,r, iwJbssssssssssssssssYJ . ARHIIT HPM5 and niv eve-ball- lay theie an hour,i thoitgh likely it wasn't half as long a that. My ear-- were full of a ringin, It seemed as if s, I te if she is what ou want. Don't word for iL A mean hit-.-, nnvbodv's nuisance that cow is such many Jncn are tronirh tentutetl to strain a point in order to get rkl of htr aitint-d.-rable - In lf -- a-- -- ,'d-lik- t. hen-coo- tea-pooiif- straight across the country, only luring to pass through some village. Mountain ash, birch and cherry trees border the road in an unbroken rank. In the clitchea and by the roadside glow countless varieties of wild (lowers a perfect paradise for tho botanist. From the highest hill the eye meets to the south a succession of grain-fieldTo the north, beyond the soft undulations of the cultivated hills, the Baltic shimmers in the strong sunlight, a narrow line, sharp at tea rose. 7 MAMMOTH. DEWBE1RY. the horizon. The dimensions of the THE MA MOTH DEW1U Ti'V In this new fruit (trhleh might be caned a climbing bltckberrr) brick barns prove the accustomed mag- we bare tbe most delicious ot all berries, anil one of tbe most ornamental of all cllmblcc vises. Tber sbonld 6a Spring tber produce -, ol tied to a stake like grapevines, and In nitude of the harvest; the luxury of the trained on a treills ornosren.wblcnarcf. ,wed by clusters tbe delicious fruit, large- creat masses jarlarge, para. more pro richer and of abltesweet scented isadmliteilbyasaat than blackberries. Tery Juicy and sweet to farmers' housos tells of inherited suc- lineto be the finestof all berries. It lsperfectly the core. The frnltlsborneln crest quantity, andIncreased frota Hardy and does not sackerfrom tbe roots, but Is all cess. Harper $ Magazine. or climate. berries brine sv (as tbe tljxi like It Is sare to succeed In any soil It U tbe mostIn market tbeall "m climbing valuabl of large price. from Its yalac s. 813 iiui-i-- -- lf trains running so near together that there is always one at every station and one between each two stations, are not sufficient to accommodate the travel on tho New York Elevated Railway. Longer trains, which would require heavier engines, would shake tho structure to pieces. Electricity is believed to offer the only solution to the difficulty, and a arietyof experiments are about to be made. Edison's plan is to apply the propulsion through little dynamos earned on the forward track of each car, all operated by the single onginoer at the front of the train. His idea is to do away with the locomotive. Four-ca- r V. Y. Sun. plants ISccacb. Getyocr SironcplantsbymalLpostpald.40eeacli.UforSI, lSforfeU. neighbors to order with yon. Satisfaction guaranteed. Preserve this aa It will not appear again In this paper. ft SllD have created .1 sensation aaa are limn rai wonder of Uurne JMl'KKlAl, GEJCM.VN '. t be t;mc. Flowers or enormous size, xrn colors and markings entirely new ana uf marrt'oas nesutrisee cau ! gue. mcrbloonrmmMaytoDec always large and protusctbroucu dry, bot weather of Sammerwhett-- V 01 wr sons xaii. .Miieu seea or over w a stinci colors, -- so per paper have tl it st.net e ilors sro&rate. saeti as Dure whltf. Mark. Tfllow.Mn. Tr"ezatel.em2r't nerpsner Tim wht'e'smactflrent for cemeteries, m'l . Ourncw PKIZE VEKBEXAH tad OIAST WHITE SIUKAI.MIVOMrrTEarematnlB.r cnt: urt Mc ner Diner, nnr new VUl'nU: 11ITE nl&nts. 35c e,ch.2for FLOWE1UAO " l'EUVCTl'.Ui 6fc4fortl. YlOLtrr. th.nannf fraor.nt wrL A PTAndnnTelrr Fine Olt I'lOWiasiNO O.XAl.lS mike most ben!irul border around Cower beds. Ktrlnr (Treat quantliT of pretty floorers and follse all the eon also puruiiM for po'ji. They are very pretty and clieao us halls for 13t.or 100 bulb l ronly 40c. We also send l21anreCoertasrbu js of double l'KAKl. TUlIEKOIEM. 90c-:-5 fine hardy X.1IIES, lnclndlnjr Auratum.73c . a choice mixed ULufLDIOLUM, SOc ; beautHuiTnx ROUES, white, red. yellow and plnlcSOc. 4 Carnation Plak. 4 Geraniums, t ortFuctr-lisforsy6eeourlarge.beautlfulcatalogue.freotoall.fgroUier4pecIIofier. Any or , the above articles will be sent by mail postpaid, and guaranteed to arrive In soodeondltlon. Thertre-e- - . actiy aa represented, and will mr ro than please those who plant them. Many years of.liberal and honest deal. lnc have secured, to us our great toaines. extending to au parts of the world. Order at once. QCCnQ Dllt imi rLArilOi Ourlarce, beautifully Illustrated catalogue sent freo to all who apply; fj or.CUO, DULD) anil Dl ItlTC Vcw am! Theautlful Lilies. Amaryllla. Gladiolus. Tuberose). Carnations, Rosea. FlowrrandVesetable Seeds. Present h sadvertltemeni HTniy not sppesr aaln and remember that our goods have an established reputation aod are warranted true S e catalogue for grand novelties. , s 3nC3-rAJiJi qxjj&jecxs Addre&a, jr.xas-wxircen'ly eitabll.ncd In our Fred store, near Owens. Remit, N. B. name of a new mey but tanreseen be made ntha hump. Greenbacks Drafts, P O Murn Orders or lVstal Jiotca. oc all P O- - Money Orders every or otmot single cavaUa at New iorK city rosi nn.iiii. ur ku-iorduvd,wewUsTet sWapaperof the above Mlgnoiytte, Verbena, or White Pansy. Aside as an ornamental vine. small fruits. 8l)QlR ChTysan-ttieffia- c. XL lrl n on iiPS, pot-offle- e co.,w.t. couar-svona Mr. Jacobs, of Lexington, Tonn., terrier dog exhibited recently that, for his peculiar and wonderful taste for tacks and small scraps of irou, perhaps has no rival. The dog is six years old, and it was about three years ago that this strange appetite was discovered, lie has been known to cat two papers of tacks at ono meal, and devours them or any small piece of iron with as much relish as other members of the cafllne race would a bono. His extraordinary diet has never had any depressing effect on his health. . m It Is a fact that most of the Hone and Caeis Powder sold In this conn- j try Is worthless; that Bhendan's Condi- i uon rowutr is absolutely pui ami tcij i valuable. 'othlnlT on Earth will !m.iL--r Sheridan's hm in. nu-- Doe. one ttaspoonful to eac Condition Ponder. n - p.nt of food. It will also preveut and cure OrilLsrvCilM W WJ fas CK H, $1.20. Circulars fcreeUerfta. nrleB 5 1X0: by mall, cents la stamps. Also furnished la larte cans, for ucs;on, aisaa. sent i. . jutuaut a K. w HOQ DISEASES. Tho "Am ano Hammer"", DAIRYMEN FARMERS should ma am tha "Arm and Hammer" brand .brand Soda and Saleraius is used with great for Cleaning ind Keeping Milk Pans Sweet and success for tha pretention and euro cf HOQ Clean, it is me nest tor an ' CHOLERAandother diseases, Mix rilh the animaTs food. Household Purposes. and , . A flagstaff at Mount Vernon, W.T., 146 feot high, is claimed to be the longest unspliced spar in the United States. To innrro obtaining only tha "Ann & Hammer" brand Soli jr Saleratns. buy it In " pound or half pound" cartoons which Nijalfs as Inferior roods aro sometimes substituted for tho "Arm fc Hun. onr nani ktiA trade-marDiar merbraad when bonctt la bulk. Asklcrtha "Ana & Hammer" bra.-.-d SALSODA (Washing SodaJJ nsjIm PIM & HAMMER BEAHD" OF TIIE 8 - " "one-hal- f. R-- mmm wm AMERICAN COLLEGES. MY y. llZXltY IUXDALL 1VA1TE. are-Ma- lection of tones extant. If not that, certainly none belter of the size exist. ,Mr Walte.wbo baa already compiled three College Sont; Books, condense Into this i he cream of other collections, and. has brought together soinetblng that win be welcome In every buuieocld. as In et ery college. seventy-fou- r pieces of American. French. German or "African" origin. nonsenilcaLcoiBlc. pathetic musical and ail sparkl'-ebright. Price but SO cents' y One Is tempted to pronounce this the very best col- forrheu-matism,neuralg- ia, MODERN SIHGiNG METHODS; Dy T l: itume A ) but Important essay, with ce culture, a.aab i advice to all who are studying ?. - great merit. l'rlce Scents. SendforLUtsot K.VfiTE It MUSIC containing ITU One Chorals, Anthems, Song, etc. IVELS" nd"3IAW E5 cts. , and TVKTA' (AMi of 8T. cu:cil.IA t5ct.J, new worts cf i. 55? -- -- m PUBLIC SCHOOL HYMNAL. .T half aa many .Al wellbMselected Hymns and abont fnp neVOtlOSSJ TnDM mnmnrff t. .nif v.tl flftt Exercises In tc tools. ITlce SO eta. tlif) per doen. OX.IYER BITJsOX Oi CO.. Moston. aiiric II DITSON'i CO, 667 Broadway. m Mailed Tor the JtatIl Xrlec. PsHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJBklKJW a-I- Attornry-Gener- veil-know- n . imSBBBiBFvj i- . head-nch- e, l rem c 01. CtsssWvT..C 32d Iowa Infantry: I "oate used Ely's Cream Balm for three months and am experiencing so troubla from catarrh whatever. I have been a sufferer for C- twenty years. H. 11 acxxt, Slgonrney. Iowa. My son was adlcted with catarrh, Ely's Cream Balm effected a complete cure. W. E. HiMMi.t. Orogglst. GAmBEHf fu 1 ' uow-clou- d hs do'iinri -, - A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE. you ore suffering trojx general de If bility, uorvous prostration, BlnUag-- .- - ' spell, etc., suDorinduced by liapurp j blood, weak kidneys and liver, etc do not resort to alcoholic compounds, no use " remedies that cause too great activity Of tho ports affected It U f tr rnoro wise to use a mild alteratlro like Dr. Guy-sott- 's YoHovV Dock and Sarsa'; . parllla. This romily contains nothing in furious to the most delicate constltuI tiou, and its use gradually builds up and oathartio strengthens, while diuretic and compounds tear down, wear out and de-- -" 8 troy. t Dr. GUyoU' YeUw Dock and Sartapa' Impaired or lost organic bM rUla restores functions to their normal co&dltlon,iand jk it invariably gives satisfaction Jo aU wto , use it. Do not forget thai any druggist wilt : procure the remedy for ou, especially,, a when they find you will not be persuaded to try some other preparation on which they make more money. You will find. Its offect most wocdertui. ipur oiu itt energy will return, jour .natural force como baok, and you will feel altotrether a," r,nxr naMnn fnll nf llfHlItll. HtrOnZth and vigor. Former lnvillds speak lghly of 'tho preparation, and all 'acKriowlwTgb It perfect health restorer, tpoclr diseases of a t.eb litatin i tendency to poison and thin tho thereby weakening tho urinary and organs, and exhausting the brain and nervous system. . Kaston,Pa, SSf Worn out and erifccblcd constitutions, suffering from dyspepsia., iaipure blood,- weak kidneys, etc, can be cured by using this remedy. Take, no other. nervousness, ? n: 1 - side-wa- is Cream Halm Is a remedy based upon a correct diamosls of this dis ease and can be depended upon. SO cents at drug-- HAY-FEV- ER lsts; 60 cents by mail reg istered. Sample bottle by mall 10 cents. ELY BEOTHERS, Druggists, Owe: O.X. T. DRIVEN FROM EATO Agents it. Eft , Wanted nt story-tellin- m.Ti Ct Mi-gi- bed-qui- lt, f . rtntr 13JLal"J ASJCiiS e. hog-hea- -- stock-in-trad- e, e, e, e -- M-e- 4 i- SWatNrSQIWTMFHTtore cure FOTAI.T.T EFFK'ACIOl'Ss In CI KING ALL tvH as rimplCB, Blotches. Itash, extracts A XftJicuui, no jeiicr. TiTTTiT tcr how lieu, Salt or long standing. I alreAdr recelvedr from the nnnarecs oi ecaorscmcut obstinate W iir,T oy IIWU. JUC UK. ' Rra Rent F Rutler. says "It Is the most timely: book that :' been pablUhed, and as a niece of booXbaa SwaTK&SoxJhlIa, xac imw ! .H..lii..Mnflfmll 1PTT rpTYIArlfab .BoldbyllrussUta. scat, the book torrestucnt Arthur io irreaa.andlaa L think It will doth aecompanilns:. sa.d letter same service to the country ia reRard tp I.he tnUuse oj our Land Bystem that Uncle Tom's Cabla' did with -: i..l Lf. lHTrT- . oi inaiaca. sajs- - It Is Im-Simeiy. U. Uon. tt 1 have a poslU nmsd y for tbe above dlseass: by lu tis ttioasandsefeasesofttia vorst klndasdof Iods; sttadlncbaTsb.eard.lDilMl.Mstronelsiayrsl h I tn luecaey,tl-' sn 1TWO BOTri.ES r.EB, tnhitiiaj4 within t lit nrptmt rrntnrr tocetbcrVitnaVALVAnf.CTBEATIS'ionih.sdlsetu O addr . "Tb author vtrlies to correct great vrToncs and to any soffsrsr. knowledtr f orUOea his statements byuiu vrlthm the itn. Pearl St., Srw Tcik. DR. T. Stoe of intelligent readers. Sincer Oi- - day that In LncteTomi wrote the doom of the favor cbtn no more vigorous blow Lai been struct InOcean, . of the rights of the laborer.' Mwp inter THAT j Jan.l4.lSoi .." I chcrd la It Ping lovlncmust tonch a responsiveoar peopleevery Justice-- ! Lcrillard's Clim seem either The mas ox J tsnotant of or Indifferent to the cruel eonnlctnow rac-beariaK a red tin tag ; that Lorlllard'a rutblcss lus between honest sons of toll and reading corpora-ttort- 1 fine cut ; that Lorlllard's nose I.enf this valu-Let no one be deterred from Xnvy CltDDlnca.and that LorHlarda hnnflu, Ira abb book " .b..ujO T, tiuae. Jan.3'. le?a . . best, sua cheapest, quality considered t ( the "It deserves a ilaee by the side of Uncle Tpm-- i ahtn' anrt ttn n.tt. fill to hour frtllt In the SlTUZStlC between tho organized rapacity uf capital and tat rights of humanity." W JuMan. f.r many years Chalrmaa ot Committee on PuMIc Land Larce )t tno, doth SJi ices, lllastrated. Price, Canvasers already Extra Blndln:. -.T1SEATKD FREE. I Guarantee tbe remo al ot Sl.Ctf.are atworS havins nnnarfcable sneers. Send f orclr-cuas at least ot all symptoms In ten days. Had and terms to IV. T. K.Va t'UOrTJ: CO.. leal relief from first dose. Send for Treatise. TestiW abash Ave, Chicago, UL monials, etc free: ten days' treatment free br mall PnbUshers' Aetata, 1 to all patients. II. It. CKEEV, M. D C5 iTonea A.enue, Atlanta, tieorgla. . SuflTerlnr "Womanhood. . t Symptoms ilolstare, intense ltchlne. moat at nlcht. ITCHING PILES. positively the fastest se .mgbooic since tbe days ol. "Uncle Tom's Cabin," and constanUy compared to U by the ablest critics. SS mit-iflThi- B CONSUMPTION. s 1 Glvast-weMsndA.ELC-CCM.U- 1 .ji. r - ... m tvu-thlrd1 R. U. AWARE suve-irrtte- . ? -- -- DROPSY Tloo-uc- o, -. rs u, l hrf-wakin- g two-inc- end-piec- es - ty e. nt one-ce- nt - imi rS!S4H'S f Vs diseases of women, and perhaps nothing it. is more effectual than thebytestimony oi it. Such those who have been cored is the wife of General Barringer, ot. LADYAGEHTSpeSn! employment and gcod salary Winston, N. C, nnd wo quote from tha" sellmcllureu City MUlrtand HtocltfngSupportera. Sample General's letter as follows: "Dear Mrs outntfVre. Addrcst Cincinnati Pinkham: Please allow me to add my aspecderCo,CindtmatI.O. testimony to the most excellent medicinal .P. Ladles and Gentlemen in qualities of your Vegetable Compound. t BS. s (Mh fHtr n Cnnrttv tntnlrm . Hi . Vrs. Rnrrin'Tpr was treated for several ,w ... . ...w. uwM.. .v. ..j wovk at tneir own Homes, eus to 84 a day Lea- years for what the physicians .called eisii. Ice.1 corrhea and Prolapsus Uteri combined. I tnmisa stead v emnl stamp CBowa JTro Co, "31 Mne SU Cln'tLO. sent her to Richmond, Va., where she re- -, the treatment PATS for a Life Rcholarstlp In the mained for six months.nnder without any OLLMAA of an eminent Physician BOsIJFAS COLLF0E, i AewurU. New Uersey. Positions forcradaates. Katlonatpaironase. Write permanent benelit. She was induced to tor Circulars. COLEMAN A PALM3. try yoar medicine and after a reasonable commenced to improve and is rr(t wtthnclnoeratlonortha time to attend to her business and considor hlnRUPTURE: Injury trasses Inflict ur.o. a.oxacce irouiitooruy uuu, ers herself fully relieved." General BarV BherrasB mnuw. inacr. mi uiuu. cure, with llteaess of Cases before and aner horn mailed for ringer is the proprietor of the Americas tamt day. ten yat. faxlenu trtattd leave fir HoteVWinstoB,N.C.,and is widely know. 1 Made only by the K. T. 4 I Havana Cigar Co, 67 Broad- ' Positively tho Bwt. way, k. T. ask foe ssffiB? vcn,' CoUTft TTAi.Afnlla fyM.ssM..l na Too much effort can not bo made to bring to the attention of suffering womanhood the great value- of Lydia E. Pinkham's - A .AmAfll. f 4t.A aa-on- w INTPn -- ' 40 sot-abl- e j.. well-know- Crim-sonbe- ak how-sorte- hay-stac- da.a Treatea and cared wltbootthe loufe. and c, -- B tfta. T 000I0UIIQMEN :??iWimxi&a& s. ,,a,c ijt?j, TMAN GQLLEOE -- Rook on treatment sent free. Adarrss CAICER F.L. POSD.M.I), Aurora. Kane Co,m. lftw.lJPjUhaliis;llsas.-a- FUN I I Bro.Jonaiu3ii'sM4S' l 8JprM;e.inutrat'd, Sent, I Postiaid.forTwe. tcnta. sVrhssSUlswtOT. 3 A , CLICK Ir Catalogue Erie n'B Ioner lor Areata. Send n and- terms. Clock Co., Erie, Xsu ULU - lllolb A-- BcndferCttaJocnesof Musical ImtrmneaW and 5c Sheet Matlo to F. Baunt. Erie. Pa. K. s ioa.t roller-skatin- Vil-t- e; moss-grow- Many: a Ladyy,.t Men Thinks: tkf know all about Mustang Lb-- " ient. Few do. Not toknow k )tto have .. I CURE FITS f .ti-JUe-hm- g ljeri"jyvisit,Vtr hand-to-han- && 5J?B " ili a is beautiful, all but Hex skin; ; and nobody has ever.-tolher how easy it b to put j beauty on the skia Beauty,' onvthe skin is Magnbli ., d .Mfasuys-iBstatB- ri 1 -I- 1 c. isSF . Balm. ,' iyv& - S2H 1 1 i- -. t? v. J cj -- nt -A m nssst : v" 3--" . s..-- e v , r w'. : r4v it.. 'it fhesa?- frt- mm ms s iii in ii iiia,iiwiwws;sa!seaaag,es'Nra'MBaBiiara!CT-- ; IHnMnBrHfrwlf cr.. m lmp, i gasES>esssy- -- - ' -- 2 TT .' SfgMMSM iijiii j rf3VMVS -- V. v't iste, .j , . f-- t. .! s V 1 . yn rc. 1 gf j turn Mini urn m n, I uiij.-JM,.- , , LUUAL NEWS. , ,7 1'h3SCSSF I - . r, .. ,,,m IM-J- w..., , '" PELT WANT SUPPLIED. . . . .. "' The Tennessee iramp," beeirTnn.whnrr some in a fearful muddle. "ays in Hickiuun ii?--- l. ...! Lomslntm-f- t ...:n -- "' "' is The Demo T r,T . US I TH Ic a Firry-Fou- n PIB," Years) (Bees Heue aim Arkansas. All the natives Mr. and Mrs. TTnnrv .Tnfinnviio Iinvo&rrowii n.v.. tlio sections left Tuesday nieht for vow o-.- 1 referred to dur iin.i. ' Rt. i.nlf century know Bin Tedfbrd. Ho leans, to visit the Exposition. I PHOTOGRAPHS l.v WEATHEKFORD & SWAN to prevent a Twt CUCUIth"onU,iortioiis of er issued his quorum. xennessee, lveutUckyf Missouri' warrant , rest, and one of them, t?......... ...... so nrreatc i?n...,i.i;,.n..B t for meir Th nr- - M flis Peopli m fiJ !P IN! Our Stock is now complete in all departments with fresh aeasonable LIE liiUSL UG UtiLvr-ft- i fa- i rn r.nn.. habeas corpus for . Kamsev . . ... . . ,i... ...,'.. ' . Knit nAx 'ir. : h; Bolts, &c, &c. to vi.i,?. Oliver Plows, one and two horse, Beams, Handles. Point?, Mould Boards, Standards Klr.mazoo Plows, ono and two Horse, lner than was ever offered, "lionw or abroad." Two horse, cuts 12 inches, S7.uo. One hor $4 00. Great bargain ii"',e flows, which are claiified to be equal to anj . t tvt rs tSi n,) t Some on. to sell Clothing aa clicap as the closest buyer could ask it. H nsou, Week. Oar genial Dentist, Dr. A. will be in Hickman next Ofiico at Ln cleric. YV. J The grelest varey of Ladfes ami Miss e Sheet, at I'LAUTS, warranted. It Tail to ri-- c satisfartion u nut her pair will be Riven or loney refunded Also GODSHAW k 1 I.AUT'S Hand Sowed for men warrant? vJ. WTanty, is spending several months welcome. Mr. B. D. Watson, of this coun- to the country. Bin Telford wns In t,lc business, and therefore de- jvres 10 i.e Known as the "original tramp." He is hurmU'SS, inuo-cenhonest, and sober in his habits, lie is so well knowu all along the line of his. travels that he nev- er suffers for a good square meal, and worthless vagabond as he is. and always has been, yet most ol I t, dry goods trade of Hick-macontinues good, and the general tolerable. Money getting more plenty. Good market for butter, eggs, and garden products. ti-a- dc lite il We are offering some rare bargains, and consumers will look well to their own interests by consulting the qualities and prices of our Goods. We are showing all the novelties and tints of the season in our IXJIKMOItl Bloolnnl Iiut u to-l- AJI. -- ....i.u,,ja "' giiemin u Mean y ; Uiit-m- i at Dripping Springs, Hayes ty, Texas. JICCNl HOGS!! HOOS!!! Why let them die with cholera wlien or Salmon' remedy will saVe them. Every package guaranteed. Sold by la' 12th Instant.. Elder W. T. Harris will be present. weather by PICTURES ia . M. E. Ofcurch, occurs the 11th and cloudy aa well a3 clear & prS, 3t 2hU quarterly meeting of the J. W. CowoIll, Druggie. WEATHERFOUD SWAN. for a trip through Kansas and the West, in the interest of his linn. Lad in jind Gentleimn Custom Slme, will find t. prices nt Qioht and trirrnt et ery pair to give , or monfv refunded la-ce- Capt, Jeff Rogers of tho Hickman L. & M. Co., left yesterday, desiring a fine taint tlyle, be t W our store entire satiafac-tl- O ALEXANDER & MAXWELL fact that the next Kentucky Legis to establish a islature will make the whipping- and harness shop ; aud W. T. Buck-nepost the punishment for wife beathis carriage factory. It is ers. This will be a good law. such industries as theso that r, It now looks like a foregone Dfed, on the 30tb of March, SS5, at II cman , Ky, Verona Bell Luttrell, An r.iid lo Iiou .Sr.rplu;r. laughter of Mr. and J.lm Lutno'i Edward Shepherd, of Harrisbitrg, I'l- htge'd ID years, 3 moi.ths.Mr. 20 and days. "IIavinR reced m much benefit l xpring came to uwuke na rrom Electric Uittere, I" feel it my dutv to tit iiue e farm tier s'cp, let Hiiflermg humxniiy tn.iw it. Jfav- - "had of eaith.to euliveu to make glad the face a running uore on mv leg for eight years to twine it welcome the sotiUot uimi' and sunbeitus urouud their my doctors told me I would have to have hearts; but this happy time cou.d not come the bone rcraped orlegamputated: I u.ed, and take its dtpuiture without bearing off tliree Iwttles f El'drfc Bitters the life of one noble young girl without and aeven loxcs Uncklen's Aniiei Salve, casting a veil of mourning over one h upand my is now sound and well" hold and a shadow of unJuess over the E'ectric Bitters are arid at fifty cent a locd one- - there. Snatched a she wun, In bottle and Burkten'd Arnica S.ilye at the rich bloom of uomuuhood, from a hap I'Kh .ww ,ai .MOQrjs.,i iauurum'a Drm? pv home aud a social crcle, one of wh"se Store. brightest ornaments f he was considerc.!, it is lurd to realize that dear Veioua has We are glad to hear that wo crossed t'judurk w.tters and passed through gates into are to have another industry in the pearly beginning the city celestial From the her Hickman. Powell & Bro., will es- seemed to think that sheof would 'iIIiifm she v tablish a cooper shop aud will er, aud told me tliit if she didnot recshe not manufacture apple and potato bar-rel- w ulJn't be afrai J to meet the summons and ilour barrels for their Her walk in life has been that of a pure mill. we had a few more men alul upright character, hi nee we have all she sweetly asleep in the of energy and push, who would hope thatJeiius sink we ministered to her A arms of invest their money in Hiekman during herstcknexs, we thought how beau enterprises and property, like the tiful, how fair she was, and though her Powell Bros., wo would have a cheeks glowed so biiglitly with the joy of town right. Also, .V. B. Plum-me- r, young life, jet they paled in the breath of d, s, Threshers, Sorghum machinery, tic. Field Seed of th- - best, Lime, Salt, Cement. Plasterers Hnir, Piaster Parts, nhd Land Plaster. Try Land Planter, it is a Poplar and world beater on Clover, &o. Cypress Shingles. Feed of all kinds for Stock. Genernl nsrortment of Family Groceries Prices as low as the lowest for first class goods. , Chilled Plows mnpe Avery Blows, i, eel and cast, one awl two . horse, extrns Vc. .Meikle & Co's. line of PUiws. points, B'onnt'sTrue IHue Plows. (Urie patent; both of foreign and domestic manufacture. "world beaters," which never enters 'i content but to contjurr, leaving the field ,crow of ing with the blue ribbon Hying in me breeze A full Malta Double bhovcls, Walking and Biding Cultivators, unques-tionab- ly Wel'i t the lest in the world. makes us laugh, feel good, when we men lionil.e True Blue Plows and Malta Culti vators, kuowing, in our jiidgmeut. they are Which we are offering VERY LOW. the best of their kind in America. In addition to the above we have a lull W PLT ft-Pfrii and complete line of Farm Implements Binders in n1 r w Machinery, &c. Reapers, Mowers ye M Corn Planters, check aud drill; Wheat $30 00; Sulky Breaking Blows 535; Drills and Corn Stalk Cutier, Hay Uake-.Su'k- y Hay Forks, I Our Clothing, Gents Furnishings, fine Revolving; Hay Tedders 6-- DRESS burgT-TTr- GOODS, We have a perfect shipload Y in TOT A N 11 ilfl TtT1 !.- - 1 linef "White Goods, Iaoes, Swiss, Linens, Crashes, Toweling, &o., iii i Hull and Ham- roi Suits from Embroideries, Heal Irish. Point, i Kccd th0 bottora 6.t10 to 9.00, ... mil UT. " as out of prJccs ani3 w offering all former Prices $10.00$15.00. I If0 If0 ?ncCS must be in accordance with the times. Competitors will tell you ' that we cannot sell all Wool Suits at the prices mentioned, but come and see for yourself, and if prices and Goods are not as Shoes and Hats arc superb. represented, money will be refunded. f ?SI ?'e a-- ,arc Stock of Nothing, all sizes and qualities; and Don't fail to sec them. i Wcarc now carrying a very large stoeu ot trunks, valises, lings, Satchels, Girpcts and Floor Oil Cloths, which we purchased direct trom the manulacturers, tuns enabling you to nuy iront nrsi, nanus, anu sav liig a middleman's profit. We have pome very handsome patterns in our Garpcts. and housekeepers should not do themselves the injustice of not seeing them. We guarantee our prices uniformly lowest on everything If LOWEST PRICE HOUSE IN HICKMAN. 3FXixt Bros. -- If Don't forget our prices on Flour. Fancy, high, Btraight grade, pure and sweet, $4 f0 prr barrel. Family S3 to f3.C0. We cordi ally invite all to come, examine Goods and learn prices before buying, it will do you good. Respect ful I v, , Who Made the Low Prices? xos- new saddle dhth. X tears March PO WELL & BRO. 6lh-tf- BUILDERS! CONTRACTORS ! ! . WEannounce ing to buy Furniture ! t. r friend, wd the public generally, that -,w. we.have just reeved our Menu, Youths and Coys, ulenant makes tho town and country. line of cheap, medium and fine Clothing, A Startling- Dlncnvcry. before purcliaflinj: ALEXANDER & MAXW.ELL. Mr. Wni. Johnson, of Huron, Dak. S-- out with a bottle. Birdsong had his skull broken aud was thought to be fatally injured arid has, perhaps, since died. The injured man worked for the .Mississippi Ceutral road and lived at Bard-welPIIOTCGRAPH lent bv Ballard county. Birdsong WEATHERFORD & SWAX. was drinking and had been put Mr. B. P. Scates has bought rout of a saloon by the proprietor an ittterest in tho Union City Ad- aim xiuuiiii aim ior mis ,assauucu vance, aud will hereafter be asso- Boone, who hit him with a beer ciated with Mr. X. B. Morton, in bottle. Boone gave himself up. the publication of that valuable i'atiucaii JNews. Mr. and Mrs. H. Buchanan, nnd Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gardner, left for New Orleans this week, to be absent sometime, visiting xne ew urieans Exposition. -- troubled with Mrs. J. M. Coffee, of Maiden, Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. acute Bronchitis for many years, and that all remedies tried irave no permnnent reB. D. Thomas8on, and other Hick- lief, until he procured a boHle of Dr. King' man friends, with whom she is al- New Discovery for Consumption, 'ough., and Colds, which had a magical efHct, and ways a welcome guest. produced a permanent cure. It is guaranWht8l.ee Wttl Utiy From Alexnitxl teed tn cure all Diseases of Throat, Lung1, Mnxwrlh or Bronchial Tubes. 20 yiln, Brown Domestic, yard wide. Trial Bottles Free at Moore & Lan ' g(d Giniham Checks. 20 drum's Drug Store. Lnrge fc'izs S1.00. " 28 Calico, nice Styles. " " S3 Uwn, fast color. Fulton last Friday night was 33 large check Toweti, 30 jn. long the eceuo of a serions row. A 3J pair Genu Cotton half IIosc. bridge carpenter named Birdsong " LidifS Calf Mines. I 1 " Mens Full Stock Bro; ans. assaulted a young man. named Pe4 good work fchirtt. ter Boone and the latter laid him writes thaa hia wife lid been t "t-- " of friends, or .v. piam anuiancy. Also, fine line of of father and mother could stay the grim monster, death, and she is now buried out of s glu. How n lerly he was loved by tbnt father, we can unierstan I when we iw his wtole conraVid with grief, aud the dtep sorrow of thai mother Braida, Curls, Pulls, Friies, P.a0g( Have in stock and are constantly adding a complete line of We propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of the times. You can rest awnred was expre-se- d as the cry weal up from her made to ord-Tyou need never leaTe our house to look for cheaper goods. AVe propose to Bell as fotc as enwhed heart 'Oh, Ye una Iuw I wi.l any retail Furniture alorc in tho "Purchase. in m thee !" A rhock was given to LADIES PLEASE CALL Very repcctfullv, community as was manifested b the immense congregation that attended CO-- . her funeral, as with tearful eyes and hushSpecial jVollce. ed voices they expn-csebe their sorrow All persons indebted to the firm of Ron rooms in new Odd Fellow SS.orekindrt ofRepainnBiJone on buildincr. i f her death. Only two short monIn nhort notice, and in a workmanship Btyle. Aleo durant & Dreary, will please come forward S&rAH before, her darling lr ther, her youthful early day, aud make we are preparea io givu inuutvmcms as companion for these many years past, wah at an at aiul Builder's Hardware generally. A complete line of Office Ii Collins' drug taken from her loving companionship and & Maxwell's oldMand. store Alexau .er though phe mourned so bitterly her ss, UONDURANT & DREWKY. yet she little thought then that their MuHickman, Ky., Feb. 12. 1835. nition would be so brief. Oh ! 'tis hard even the true christian to u truthfiillt of all kinds, from a Brad toGOd. A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, "Amen," and 'Thy will he doae." HowJUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT ever, it will only be a matter of time fir A1ENT OF STOVES, TINWARE, we all, verily one by ona, pass over the COOKING 4ND riyev and journey across the vatlar and OLIVER AND AVBRJf shadow of death. These are the link t be removed from friendship's chain. To and Housekeepers Supplies generally. her parents, sisters and hrother we extend q i our heartfelt sympathies Though her sweet voice hall never again on earth make glad your hearts, Again we make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring see us. love-p'eadiu- j:s .! t ii a i ii nnni J w. eomMsr Doors. I ask, Blinds a? ? 'S'sllafe bih.-viu.i age . tin-entir-e ad Mouldings i T. F. WILBTJRN & 1 ir Looks, Hinges, Butts and Screws, 2Tails, Contractors and Builders of Houses. lTING EPIOAL Also, fine andchcap Gco'i:, HOT IGl I Tr. 1 l, "Don't ou know tli it tlm tmich if Iit prntle li.irnl Dutli lirlxliUm a harp in the iihVixiwm la ml ? Oh !s!iewMt 2q tTUc. ruslr CL'LTIVATiKS, Jharles Person, a young continues to CORN DRILLS, &a. nllvr-A linn born and raised at Hickman, had to increase his force of clerks Tulieautifatenflowerctrr etwii .lioru. TO MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," bloom Cll and examine our PLOWS and that died, suddenly, near .Milan. Tenn.. to wait on his customers. He sells From the strenm. ofliff'a IhIhr vraters imtulued, Iwer than have ever been sold In requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the Will Duurlisb ami bloom furerenuorv. Sunday night last, of liemorage of the . thin market. best of Goods for the least monclaim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e 1. t ft m laugs. Sympathy is extended the 6STLOOK OUT FOR THE 'LARGE ey. His Stock is immense and his rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the the bereaved relatives. PHOTOGRAPH'S by instantaneous pro variety bewildering. He will disbest." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when The papers, daily and weekly, count all published prices. It you cess, asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" WEATHERF0RD & SWAX. teem with accidents by which la- don't believe it, come and see. goods: This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish dies nie fatally burned, their clotli to make them go by 'blowing," but it is not my way. ing ca'ohing fire. Why will Indies Thedispatches announce that To Hie Citizen of Hick- be o careless about their skirts the reports of starvation and sufSinn. when in the vicinity of firet fering in West Virginia have beeu Tho season of the year is apgreatly exaggerated. The result proaching when epidemics prevail The new machinery for the has beeu that is the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate SGTZOW PRICES' Hickman L. and M. Company has of provisions large contributions in different portions of tho land, and money Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, with heen received, but tho failure to been sent to that district have and it bcintr a fact that they aro from send some necessary pieces will Chicago, Cincinnati, Xew York not only generated but aggravaand makes horse sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you cause a farther delay of some days and other points. A gentleman ted by filth, you are respectfully know what good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't; it you want notified that it is the intention of before ii can be put m motion. the test give me a call and 1 will show you. who has been investigating, says the present city government to Diamond Sewing Machine, the I am also agent for the The Drummers of Kentucky in no case has there been any suf- enforce strictly, the sanitary ordifriend. ladies have nominated a ticket for State fering for food by tho people, nances, and wo hope that overy N. B. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will duofficers, and members of the Leg- though the stock has suffered good citizen, who values the health W PRICES." Customers politely served on short nofrom the severe weath- of himself and family, as well as plicate islature in each county. It is said er, aud that there has been no that of his neighbor, will Store across the street from Holcombe's new drug store. tice. other States will organize, and Respectfully, that in 1888 a Presidential ticket need of outside aid. with us in this good work. will be put in the field. You know what filth is ; you know YOU FOGET IT " what constitutes a nuisance; reMr. John W. Cowgill, Grand MUSE & SHAW. H. Buchanan is the only man move the filth ; abate the nuisance ; Assistant Dictator, and Mr. Thom don't wait for the officers to com as Dillon, representative of the that sells the Celebrated Bryan & pel you to do it; use plenty of Hiekman Lodge, leave Sunday, to Brown Shoes, for ladies, misses and lime, coperas, and other dismtec attend the Grand Lodge of the children, men and boys, these tants. Eespectfully, Knights of Honor, which Shoes take the premium over all J. Y. Cowgill, 3) in Louisville next week. for good and fine workmanship, Mayor. Shoe Dr. Waterfield, of Union City, and is the most substantial Don't made in the United States. SUCCESSORS TO I performed a surgical operation Council Proceedings. . some weeks since, and his hand let others humbug you with some & coM:iA.2sr-3ra?. :p. by tho op- other make, and say it is just as Hickkan, Ky , April 2, 1885. became eration, aud the Doctor's life is good, but go to BUCHANAN'S, Council met. Present Councllmen . DEALERS IKT now despaired of on account of and buy the Shod with Bryan & Beck man. Case, French, Moore and Wit line DRUGS.MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONARY, nnd School Supplies. Brown's name on each Shoe, r it. So we learn. Mayor Cowgill being ab'ent, on motion, Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS t Councilmnn Case was Called to the chair Ohio and tributaries have sundries, paints, oils The outlook for the wheat On motion, the reading of the minutcx agents;forthk white sewing machine. been rising the past week at a crop of the country, and especial- of the last meeting was dispensed with. ? wines and liquors for medical use. lively rate, bnt latest advices re- ly for Tennessee and Kentucky, is ORDINANCE. fall at Pittsburgh. The tho worst that has been seen for Councilman French flTred the following port a R.LIOORE;ua bo found at Dr. PARIS' Office, to attend night calls at Moore & Mississippi is falling at St. Louis. many years. The almost entire ordinance: LanJriyu's. , , The river at Hickman is still re- absence of snows during the past "SVireBEAs Certain manuscript ordinances on license and markably low for the season. winter, and the repeated freezes been lost or mislaid andprivilege tnx have A. the reoord and thawincrs. accompanied by a has been destroyed by fire ; thereforethereof LikluiiaiUiniunilillliJl.luiimltmtiiiai.i.JlwJ The refusal of the Republican injured the Be Senate to confirm a number of largo rainfall, have by throwing city it enacted :by the City Council qf the wheat irremediably of Democratic appointments, left it out of the ground, oxposing tho 1st. Jhchnan That article 3 relating to privilege E. COLLINS, Propristor, in no good President Cleveland licenpc be amended as lo reail. twenty five the humor, and he thinks the Repub roots to least wind and sun and dollars for twelve months; fifteen dollars (Clinton thirty per cent, of for six months, and ten dollars for three killing at Street, Alexander & MaxicelVt licans have done so to bring on a the r sowing ot last tail. words "'not the proOld Stand,) months; and that the fight as to the powers of the Presiducer or the manufacturer of the State of dent to "remove" officials, and By tlrtae of taxes duo tho SUto of Kentucky, I will, on Monday, tho ISth day, of Arrll, I8S5, at 1 The robbers and housebreak-nr- s Kentucky,'' be stricken outnTCKJIAN, KENTUCKY. o'clock, p. st., offer for sale for cash at the court house door In Hickman, Ky., to tho highest bidder, tha will aecept the challenge under aro still at work in and nhout 2nd. On an itinerant paoiogrspher. or following real estate belonging to the parties named herein to satisfy tho taxes aad cost due on sams or ! said taxes and costs are sooner paid ; the law;. 'g pictures of Union City. Xast week they en-- ! ar,y kind, five dollars per month. .n.,c re xir--t"j Prf" any shooting gallcrv, o a Attention is called to the ad- tered tho uu"OD ul throwing DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, oi On o stole his breeches cou balls, or any game wha'ever, five dollars as : vertisement of the live, entcrpris-in- r Kichards, NAMES OP DVESTUFFS, SB Nearest resident.' City or Town lo house of J. W- - Corman & Co., taining some change and the keys per weekAny person or parsons TOILET ARTICLES, a S cated. o violating 4th. Mr. Richards to.the TAX PAYERS. a s aud specially to their stock of BRUSHES, SOAPS, a any of the proisions of the foregoing orbuilding material, sash, doors, being aroused, got esome help and dinance shall be fined an amount equal to PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. c H S the bal- tho license, recoverable by warrant in the The finest quality or LIQUORS blinds, mouldings, &c. They have guarded the MeCatlett. Ceo. for 12 05 8160 East Hickman. 18SV '81 Fraley. Frd. 1C5 a very large and complete assort- ance of tho night. The good citi- City Court. 1SSV.'84 12 40 dicinal purposes, Tobaccos, 405 Old Hickman. Curd, 320 Swamp land. 18KW 2 17 163 zens of tho city hung some of 5th This act to take cflect from and Everything fresh and new. Cigars, etc. Shaw, E. II, or. 380 ment of hardware, tinware, &c, Mike 65 90 J. 0. A. Cooper, 75 1883 130 55 18S3 45 J. 0. A. Cooper. 75 and purchasers would do well to these supposed thieves some after its passage. ordinance was passed tJ3"Sre money hy buying your Medi- game for L.B,runn 100 Same for L. U. Epp,t 25 18S3 75 cines, etc., from this bouse. 100 J. w. A. Cooper. weeks ago, but it is evident that itsOn motion, said game for D A French give them a call. 25 46 J. O. A. Cooper, 1883 75 100 first readinr. Hicks, Geo. B. more hanging is necessary proba173 85 1881 w t. Apperson. 2 On motion the rules were supended andi Tinndinot. Ma,rr 2 05 1SS4 85 rnnscRii'rioxs. Old I niokroan. 2 lO Corn is king, and tho king bly they have not struck. the right said ordinance pissed its second and third 15 Bolts, Andrew hrs, 18S4 75 00 East Hickman. An experienced and thoroughly com- - iTook.Ja per wife 170 X. Eberbart. 1884 .100 60 are now busjr getting rea- squad yet. workers 180 . readii 15 1884 petenl prescript ionistencHced, and reaJy Carpent'f. Ju. F. 75 80 East Hickman. dy for, the great spring planting. On motion, said ordinance was put upon at all hours lo fill 1884 75 106 East Hickman, lescriDtionsaeouratelv 5rijJ"1 '.' a,"i 160 " iiaruB"u. passage and uuaniraously adopted. and prompll 80 240 East Hickman. Tho elections in the larger its finl The hard freezing during the win30 1881 Hay. Sm. hrs, 75 105 East Hickman. O. Laey, LaTlaU ter will pat the soil in the best of cities, occurring tins wcelr, show, rentedMhisWilhnrn, City Tax Collector, pre 1881 80 Old Hickman. 170 official bond which, on motion, Mrs. Gloria 60 Mason, 1884 O A Hickman. 75 135 condition for spring planting, and generally Democratic victories. was accepted and ordered spread upon Kutcltcr Shop. 15 Mtddleton, E.C. 18S4 90 75 East Hickman. 18S4 175 St. Louis goes 20,000 Democratic. reco'd 60 85 155 Wra. Tally. the last few days have been Having rrme a partnership with M. D Stewart ArBro. 15 1884 WllletUO.W.r. 75 Old Hickman. 90 And in Chicago, where the' Re the City Marshal is hereby Johnson, for carrying on the above bun Etlsha Grief, 18S4 On motion, fevorable for farm work. 625 87 Robt. BInferd. 105 630 1884 715 Walker. Matt 100 Mrs. Ann Beard 140 965 GtWMiyWds usually follow hard publicans, led by Logan, ,wade a ordered lo notify the owner of lot 143 W. nes, the public are hereby notified that on "Frtacb, Daa hrs, 46 1884 73 80 J. A. Briggance. 120 and after the 1st day of front to fill up we whiter, and the fanner may rea- desperate fight, tho result Is close, II., on the westthe sidewalk instreet. of said supply them regularly with April,lwt will end of Obion ..!, the sonably expect rich returns for his but tho present news ium'chtes lotO.i motion. Council adjourned. beef, pork, &c, at the grocery house of , VtsZ" T hther this season. j mat narrisou, ueiuocrat, vrou. R. E. MILLET, C. C Attest, O. J. w. ROGERS. S. IP. C7 March 18,flE&5 .N ier ftarrj And to him around whom her girlish affections twined and whose bride she wa lo have become, we a'so extend our sympa thies, and though mmy miles separated t'leni during hor last days on earth, yet he was olwjs remembered and fpokm of with Iodine- wonlsJx coniniKiid Inmto f tile" Cad he&love!Ti?rcotniert In thissml to Bticlumnims store hour, for Verona is not dead but Bleepeth increa.colaily. He has and is now -tram-plantn- Orer the f.ir tu with way." angel lii., l plows I COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK, a specialty. We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and Our prices will be as low as cousiftcnt with a legitimate business. April 3, 1885. i Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace We, nlso, keep constantly on hand the MEIKLE & ROELKER J. AV. GORMAN A & CO. liHyU 1AL.TA I'vyolti,, ,.., gfel traMME5! EsaS ITeolswear, Hamburg Em"broi&rie onon &aoM, &c, kj. c&3JdiaEa!kr aii HH ta Is, S&iiu, km, Ginghos, t , pri-cc- Mi Siigs, h, Hi. - & We are sole agents for the American Hand-sewe- d Shoe Company, for Men's Ladies and Children's wear they are certainly the best and prettiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our stock of 1 first-cla- ss and will fit perfectly, and is cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e cheaper than the usual price. We have the lateststyles of Men's, much Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other Family Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Now is the time to get good bargains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. J. AMBERGS SOISTS. xaxr light-runui- ug con-sidera- J60 JrW. COWGILL, dsaleb trusses PATENT AND . te con-vou- es w Driif Stan Moon Lwdran MEDICINES! A2ST23 TOILET ARTICLES &c., &o., &c. SEWING MACHINES I?A.IKT s ' ASTX7J -. NEW HOME . Abdominal ftjpds blood-poisone- d foktujSTe ac 3D m9 The tPrescriptiona Sticdi P. M. any hour,day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock PfeSCRXPTIOiSrS SPECIA.LTIT. TAX SALE. e- RELIABLE. The old, popular and always reliableHardware house oft -v - na-le- ' t - i WAS&. T M post-offic- e. Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at post-offic- I OlSTE and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. 3, All goods'guarantecd to CO j SO 1883-'8- 4 SO ex-cee$tt- I ROOFING. The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give special inducements ? . W. JOHNSON', 7 Correspondence solicited. H- . . H- - BREVARD,. .. .. m7. A -- :t ' i rA - i CSV ty C t1. . X.9ma JH c itsrrrwaff ,Mi.ri IB " W Ji XI riV - . . . - ., mi LiiiiiMpqgpippH SE&IiaW9 r -- ':' . 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Jiisin CDivccl. au entirely newahd.clcgaiitlinc of Carpets, embracing the following y; y, y, These Goods are, all entirely C(HF8IBtt. ; iy and fresh, and will he sold at prices that WILL HARR1SUN LOGAIN? will be very much DISAP- - below all former OLIVER an prices. Leg I I Call and see them IBS SIQSMM ;T,-''- Flljtl " " A. FJght nt Hie Xnlionn!. 'rT' ' Civil War in Kentucky. and Mr, enme iionr .VuDtlicr factiouftf war hag bqcn The Senator Calls Chicago's i IlffrCSSnilUU Oncnr J.UIHW , ,.11;;I1, n.ij111,i, """Pest Mayor a Liar, a Pol- troon acd a Cowvrd. ""- r-- V-- Wi !?- B - I !ntr hub- - excitement incidental to the nm- . and China, in Central America, on him for tlie Chilia ; pcmleiL undUto-qWonV, .?' arm of the 1,lc,P,a' election of Tuesday next . tho Soudan, in Canada, &c., &c. ujiu i3 inet'in the hotel uuuo-i...:k:., ':..,. rvt.n t. ...... has been inteiiMlied to fever heat IU1I do-- i This week it looks like peace all . e Bovd clutched at Turner and Ul AT.,...., 1UIO 1'V.UU tno ficene bv the attack made last ni"ht .IIUlLIIVlIU around. If China accepts the uounced hunin the most abusive j f , ,lnftllipRt nufkrnrtn' Carter Harrison by .1 rimeii Mnyor terms of settlement proposed by caught inajiHor, A bystander ,.itU.,Geu. John A. Loctii. A few ,, , flpft the French, and the British Lion by the arm and prevented 'lewsJ pn-Democratic fn tlioonn... r'uiulitsuffo atn Inrgiopenly charg- and the Russian Bear decide to CcT. Turner passed on, saying toimeeting the Mayor Tr10 'Oliver fnotio,, growl no longer at each other, it Boyd that he wanted noth.uf: toj. erhlV about o00, armeHaml onninJed that some little time prior to will only remain for El Mahdi to do ytl mm. utter 3,01. xunicr noll MR. ftt Mn,,0SRi0r5-n- r niliV i'f 'the trml of Mackin and Gallagher propose terms upon which he and Boyd and Jus f '. r..,..;..1,.,,. for election frauds, certain parties nndJiis son met Mr. d t, Her Mafesty can agree in order m w.u niAt Aiimv " inenus :.. 41.H renewed, bynull Timi ti0, about the same number, held connected wun tne prosecution to have perfect peace and prosBoyd. possession !... trnrthlft was of the other portion. "al offered to provide a perity on the other sido of the T.V.;o timn n nnlii.fitnnlli htnr t i 11 i iiiiiiuliIiiii iiaa ui r"".; iiehuu ri '.;.i i.i.i0i..i ior days tno siwuuiig Hid fight ior ine escape inaiinu ucitnutiin ocean. A few days ago, when jiacicm suouhi iereu . Pn condition 1.11- England was ordering beef by the .l.nlln..n "M miR .. nn., ami everybody - secure tho ot a sulu- iB ":"!5"Boyd IUTEL "i children,,... tlie least con10,000,0(10 pounds from Chicago, XUlllCl uuki nected with theopposing families, ,ewnt number ot democratic memirom and I'raiicp was in a turmoil over cloud had blown over at went upon tho streets nt thir WlO i the.w.ar v J iqiki u j iiW her reverses in Toiiquin, it looked Nashville American. peril. midnight. the Jtepnblicans to secure a maas if at least one "War was inevitaUnited The Washington correspondent The fend originated at the last jority on joint ballot. ble, and the financial and commerSlates District Attorney Tuthill abou& the Sher of 'the- - Paducah Standard denies August cial world of America was beginand Gen. Logan were mentioned filed the charges iffs race, and while politics really 8 ning to make some estimate of that beiuZ l,nvi" t0 tnc a'101 to do with tho elec- & what profit this country would against Boyd. Another report had nothing tion or subsequent killiiirrK ti,0 scheme. Last night Gen. Logan jtates realize from snch an event. It t" "W Baygiihiat Gen. C.erro Gordo "Wil- line is now marked somewhat b spoke to an immense meeting of in the couth of us, exhibits only a ca- was agreed at all hands that we liams preferred the charges against the politics of .tho two leaders, Republicans at Battery Darmory. pacity for wanton destmctio.ii. In would derive a temporary advanarhinU' HaL Turner, the son of Col. tho Tolivcrs being Democrats and His address was a merciless the last century hundreds ofithon-sand- s tage, lint the wise ones were of Republicans. There raignment of Harrison's administhe Martins. justify-iug-lriof lives have been lost and opinion that the reaction after a Turner, publishes a card, has been no political issue at any- tration, and when he oan.o to tho hundreds of millions of property war would bo disastrous to us. father, andflsserts his wil- time involved, but a row occurred May 01 'a speech ho became greatly out- Tho news now comes that no othlingness f o give Boyd any 'satfs on election day in which several excited. Suddenly he paused for destroyed in these detestable breaks; and yet, the er war than that now going on in faction'-- ' Jie uiajT desire. They are were killed, and from timo to time a moment, and then raising his people have not advanc Nubia is likely to take place. Enhe shouted: both young men, and the endniay since retaliatory killings have been voicedenounce Mayor Harrison as ed a single step in the task of gland and Russia are trying to W. DIESTELBKIKK "I on. The Democratic candinor contributed compromise their difficulty, and not'be yet. Mr.;Boyd, interviev. going uttering an infamous, villianous date carried the county by only 11 the publication of young votes, which would indicate that falsehood. He is a vile, infamous anything substantial to civiliza- China, in the face of her recent tion. victory, is willing to accept the Turner's card, statr--s that ho made tlie factions judged by party- - lines liar, a poltroon and a coward." Tho Americans at Colon com- French terms. For a moment the audience sat his- denunciations in the presence are pretty evenly-- divided. Last While if there was a war it speechless. Then there was a plain that the foreign lleets have of and to young Turner, and that week, however, the Tolivcrs grew murmur of surprise, followed by done nothing to protect them and might be tho means of enabling he'falled to resent it, and claims too, strong for. tho Martins, and round after round of applause. their property, aud the govern- the United States to get rid of a them from the town. ment at Wahhington seems to good deal of surplus meat and published the card drove tuathe.no.Y-eCortain citizejift and officials When quiet had been restored think that our ships theri have grain, it would be much better for until after ho (Boyd) had left waited" pn the Governor and peti- Gen. Logan agau. advanced to the not been as active as the oircun.. the world if peace prevailed in all tioned" for the militia. Tho Gov front of the platform, and said in stances demanded, tor "Washington So here it goes. the countries of tho East. t ernor constituted a peace commis stentorian tones: J tary of the nay, in a 1hAj9HHKQ AMILY ffeROCERY again pronounce Harrison 'I ... daakv T' I'niitMiiy Itiuli-!- i replug. HBifi i nA , wmii The Philad ill il'mBtljvl4S9HHSn! n rarT WIMPH rTBMHl il. r MMamamttt un on employed by H. Russians are v ast'eman, v says the English aud CasgB8sewi v ft to ascertain the fiujtsof thetroub remark tluWTire'prep1 DWIb' OLD bTAXD.) jnorebeforemaking faco3 at each other. Tins lo so that they cbald properly ad correctly, and that I u.ayiiot oe Balance on judgment.. ....Si04.0" "vTf-risof American v . iii ThoirSfTiS ii fi.rrrw'rT j. lie aunrcu.ouourt.oMventuoKv may bo true, but calling out the iso tho authorities. The Toli- misunderstood." iiii.'- interest" to dyof implied in these word"purih.ents, with" the view o sng- - has been the first tribunal to ren- STAPLE ANU tANCY GRnlWS" Costs in this actio" He then took his seat. In what reslerYes,- mobilizing army corps, vcrs held possession, but exed to be done by you to gestmg points where 'economy s agreement manner, if any, Mayor Harrison tent of the force under your com- and administrative science may- der ndecisiou on a contract made usually fcep ,D a into a written house, nt bot Amount to be raised setting all the armories in motion .......$176 58 by telephone. In the opinion of om will respond to this attack is not to cease hostilities and surrender yet prices. mand." This clearly means that be promoted. The Secretary of the Court such contract is valid GEO. WARREN, day and night with extra forces, to known, but there is an uncon. " the civil anthorities, provided TEAit, Matin, Commiiiioner. giving big contracts to private the Martin faction wonld do tl.c firmed renort that he has address- - our fleet is to be held to tho per- ino irensnry nas two details tmisiwhen the conversation is held in FKCY CADDIES, .. .1 formance of its wholo duty in the T i"x"iDi,--uiiiwD1.J'JCXJJ o"t,'w' ine neaniifir oi witnesses who can firms' for firearms, purchasing a same. The Martin side contended CommissioaeT' Sale. three prominent employes who - disturbances on the isthmus. testify as to the identity of both CRANBERRIES, llOMKY, QRIT rULTOX CIRCUIT COCKT, KE5TCCKT. not trust the Toli- niandinsr an anolocrv and retracyear's supplies for 300,000 men that they could classification number two parties. a great vcrs, and that no;fair trials could tion. Tho matter creates political Annllipi- Lincoln Story. J. W. Finch, Guardian, Pl'ff., Republicans and one Democrat, to and hirfugfleets of sensation, especially at : Against Equity, canvass suggestions leading to the The report of tho extreme ill- Hk 3C Cg MJ steamships for transport be had except finder tho protec- headquarters. It is an interest- Eliralx'tiito Xea. tion of the State, militia; but final- ing "Mr. Cleveland shaves himself," improvement and increased econo- ness of Hon. Jefferson Davis Sugar, CoU'ecii, Soups, &v. On Petition x Parte Defls. fact that while Gen. Logan is a piece of news which some servico is rather an expensive ca- ly acceded to the' compromise, and proves to have been unfounded in By virtue of a judgment and order of my of clerical eeniec. sale of the Fulton Cireoit Coujt, render per. There should- be a good-size- signed tho agreement. So it is was speaiilng, Mayor Harrison was Washington correspondent has secondtho nn outsider, a Mr. The tact. He is suffering from rheuSgWill not be undersold. is Xorth Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &. sd at the February term thereof, 1SS5, in pot at stake to justify such believed peace will be restored. repeating his charges at a an aff- had tlie enterprise to send out. X. Jordan, Cashier of the matism, aud an old foot wound rethe above cause, (this sale being made for Side meeting, and reading In the meantime tho Governor has This reminds us of a story told of Third National Rank of Now York, ceived in Mexico, but is not in any division between joint owners), I shall bluff. idavit from a member of the Legisordered three companies of State Lincoln while ho was President. in which, by the way, Mr. Samutl danger of dying. proceed to offer for sale at the coart house door in Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidGuards to be in 'readiness, in case lature in corroboration. One day a distinguished diplomat J. Tilden is a director. It is the There is a pretty good sized re(Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) der, at public Button, on Monday, the 18th A significant break of the ne- hostilities do not cense. made a hurried call on tho Presi- task of this gentleman to canvass bellion in Manitoba, and our Caday of April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, p. m., or Surrenders lo Use 3Iajoriy. dent, and found him in his shirt the relations between the opera- nadian brethren arc on the war groes from the Republican party thereabouts (being County Court day), Up in Elliott the Democrats are fleeves blacking his boots. Tlie tive methods of the Treasury De- path alter one Riel, the leader of Call ot tle tentcanil Bee samples of seems to be taking place in Texas. upon a credit of six months, the purchasPHOTOGRAPHS. numerous. Before tho election foreigner, in a tone of the greatest partment and the law, including tho insurrection. er having the privilege ot paying the President Cleveland's AdministraWEAHERFORD k. SWAN. purchase price in cash, the following delast fall Jack Spraddin, a Repub- astonishment, exclaimed: ''Why, the national balance sheet pub tion isso different from what scribed property, The following lican, was postmaster at Martins-burg- . Mr. Lincoln, in my country no lished every month, the system of nucklcn'M Ariilcn HMve. tracts of land in Fulton county, deluded people had been asthese Cuba. After it became known that gentleman ever blacks his own .treasury etc. It is The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, vix - A part of the N. E. quarter jftjN-xr Cleveland was elected the Repub- boots." Old Abo spat on the to bo tho business of this expert HniiM:, Sorvs. Ulcern, Suit Rheum, Fever sured by their Republican leaders of section 4, township 1, range 4 west, and Mr. Jay Gould's return from his as Hand, in the that a Democratic Administration yacht cruise to Cuba has brought lican postmaster "boxed" his ap- brush, looked up calmly, aud ask- to study the propriety of certain Sores, Tetter. ChapjHrd Eruptions, Chilblains, CONFECTIONERIES. known of lot No. 5 of the Commissioner's-Repor-W t and post division lands of R. purtenances and carried them to ed: "Well, whose boots do they changes, which may appear, per Corns and all Skin out a report that he contemplates would bethat the reaction which tively cures Pile, or no pny required. Easley, deceased, bounded as follows It ono Oppenheimer, a good Demo- uiack, tiieni77 haps, hereafter in the regular is guaranteed to civo perfect satisfaction. Beginning at the N. W. corner of lot was inevitable has already com- "buying up" tlmt island, and his crat,. and told him that as his parstatements as mero modifications or money refunded. Price 25 ccnU per No. 3; thence west 55 poles to a stake; visit was for the purpose of inmenced, aud the blacks aro fast specting ty he had no disposition Smallest .iimbcr r I'alliircH For the ot lorm, out wiucii will be ot con box. For Sale at MOOKK & LAXDR I Mi thence south 72 -1 lth poles to a stake; it and determining its to had wonany of the fruits of the Year. thence to N. W. corner of lot No4 ; thence deny it fiudiug how they have been hood- value. It is said that tho great siderable practical significance. DEALER IX east 55 poles to a stake; thenee north 1 victory; aud as he knew him to The failures occurring throughijOW TO SVE IjONEY winked and abused by the Repub- railroad owner was behind the degree east 72 lth poles to the beginout the country during? the treaty recently negotiated with bo a good Democrat, ho chose seven days as reported to R. last Tlie Kepiiblieart SoiiaforM, lican, politicians. ning, containing Also, Family Groceries; an undivided tweaty-lv- part acres. undiG. We Spain for reciprocity of trade be- him as his successor, and dumped Dun &Co., arc the smallest chronof the It was solemnly ludicrous to gradct are Wholesale Headquarters for al ASD ALSO. vided half of the east J of the 8. E. quarof tween Cuba aiid Porto Rico and the honors, emoluments and traps icled in any week since the year see tho Republican majority in ter of section 4, township of tho offico into tho crowded range 6 west. Oue State debt is increasing, thd United States. It was esti- shop and willing hands of a faith- 18S5 commenced. In tho United the Senate holding one caucus af- chbwih, wsm ni ckaks pf Nets, Seines, Line, Hooks, and all;kind For the purchase price, 1,the purchaser, tor another to decide how they Hsbing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar with approved surety and our taxes increasing. This is mated that that treaty, by remov- ful Democrat, who under no high- States thero were 397, and in Canand ttill job to dealers only at Factory gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen- execute bond, bearing or secarilles, must ing tho dnty on vCuban sugar im legal InteYestfrom ada 31, or a total of 231, as against could thwart the administration, prices; also the the result of bad management and ported into this country, the day of sale until paid, and hsviajr the erallywould er or better commission holds and 277 last week, and 2.10 tho week and adjourning, at last, and going force and effect of a judgment. Bidders careless expenditures. Tho mis- yield the jslaud $3o,0U0,000 a year. now controls tho Martinsburg home with their thumbs in their Denial Scotch nl Suwior Scotch SnufF, previous to the last. s will bo prepared to comply promptly with Ex. postoflice. sion1 of tire State Democracy is to It is not4 impossible Groceries. that Mr. these terms. of the failures aro fur- mouths. These Republican Sena- the best in the market. We also keep correct the.se abuses. If tho De- Gould's shnrp'practiral eye was GEO. WARREN, nished hy "Western, Southern and tors do not relish tho business of constantly on hand a choice selection 25cts Lower than tlie Lowest Rlnlnc For IroHilrut in 1H. Natter Gommurioner. mocracy fails to select members caught by these brilliant figures, special to the Pacific States. In New York City confirming appointments of Demo- of no store ren Ga., Apr. 2. Mr. John the. assignments are light aud few. crats to oflico. They are not used 1 have no clerk expenssB GROCERIES. of the. Legislature pledged to aud that he has meditated the Comtnt8sftsaer's Sale. to it, and it comes awkward to FAMILY CONFECTIONERI E. ajbit of real estate M.Atlanta of Portland, Maine, is and pay cash for all my Groceries, and Adams, IOHOK CIRCUIT CODRT, EEJJTCCKT.. these reforms, it must istand con that-maAND FRUITS, ba maile to pay such a in the city on his way 3Tow Ortherefore can sell as cheap as the cheap The Treasury statementof April them. How it must wrench such H. A. Tyler, Plaintiff, ) demned before the people. dividend. It is a striking illustra- leans. Regarding Mr. to est. Best brands of "Wittenberg and Lon 1 is published in two forms in or estimable members of the grand which we will sell very low for Ihe Blaino's fuAcainst .Email tar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low T. E. & Corinne Gleeaon, old party as Senators Hoar, Edtion bf tho growth of individual ture plans he said: "Blaine will der to sliow tho position as it ie, call and see ua. z Defts J JOUN WITTING. t. Tjhe papers are mentioning the fortunes in this country, in the head the Republican ticket again. according to tho views-- . of Mr. munds and Sherman to vote day By Tirtue of a judgment and order of FUUJA & )eBOW. lasUtwenty-years- ', that Mr. Gould He is the head of the Republican Manning and his expert acconnt-an- after day to confirm "rebel brigasale of the Fulton Circuit Court, Tendername of Major Henry Hale, of is able1 ed at the February term thereof, 1885. in the island if he would diers" and "Northern copperMayield, for Stute Treasurer. wants it, fo buy Spanish owners machine and you may expect to haveand tho position as it to the heads" to the above cause, for the sarn of five hunforeip-mis appeared according anddts in for the head of tho dred and eighty-nin- e dollara and eighty sions and responsiblobureauships There is not "a better qualified arc willing' to sell it. He is actu- see him put aro many reasons preious system of ticket. There cents, with interest at the rate of 6 per man forth position in Kentucky, ally worth more than the Gem of why ho will run. lie is working By the old form tho balance in at home! And yet there is no cent, per annum from the 28th day of with all its planta- busily and his friends' will argue general reserve is $153,000,000 and belp for it. They looked into the February, 1885, nntil paid, and' $18.20 than Major Hale. Thero is no OF MANUFACTURERS costB herein, 1 shall proceed to offer tions, cities, harbors, castles and that in 2Cew York he polled a lar by the new it is $22,000,000. The matter and held long and anxious objection, known to us, to the fVr.- - tit . 1 rmf Aim nnnnlnKnn for sale at the coart basse door, In Hickdifference is made by the definite consultations to see if 118 man, Ky., to the highest bidder, at publio present worthy incumbent, but if """I, WUU. andi.U",UUU .UJIUlrtllUll ger vote man any itepuuucan ev- separation of $100,000,000 from not some way out ofthe there was could purchase er polled before. Ho is complithrown in. disagreeaho auction, on Monday, the 13th day of "rotation" m office is the pro- - it at a fair valuation and have half menting Cleveland and is getting tho new fund of tho Treasury as ble task; but thero wasn't. Their April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, r. k., or liis fortune left. gramme, hurran for Hale. (being County Conrt day), apon a some of his friends to compliment a reserve against the greenbacks, consultations resulted in the discredit of six months, the following dehim, in hope that Cleveland will aim ny lUC wiimiianiii or J?Ol,UUU,- - covery that when the Republicans scribed property, East Hickman do something that will drive off 000 subsidiary silver from tho re- lost the Presidency they lost all :ikon.' If.S. Male. Our fellow, courity'man.. P. .t vicinity lots Nos. 92 and 93, as known and and when the Democrats gained serve. part of his Democratic constituOliver, is announced in this issua from the rlBcah XO"-- l designated upon the plaa er soap of East u, tney gained all and tho only ency. Hickman, Ky. and vicinity, ia Fultoa as a candidate for the .Legislature. y a call on tho "We publish tho great journals of the thing left to Republican Senators All county, Kentucky. Or, saffieient (hereof wen Known, popu- Hou.lr.-S- . Hltlo, of Graves coun.neiBa iarmer, city of New York indorse is to to produce the earn of money so ordered lar, and in our judgment would ty, toJbecomo a candidate for Jefferson ISnvis to Grants appointment of Postmastertho re have do what Democratic Senators to be made. For the purchase price, the Pear been doing in the last twenScUl Dispatch to the Commercial. make a conservative,,, prudent, Statbrreasurer. The fitness and purchaser, with approved snrety or sees son. Tho Kow York Evening ty years make the best of it. New Yokk, April 5. General eeukible and 'business ,member. nualificHtinns of Major Halo for rities, must exeeute bend, bearing legal names ot sundry s crocs starving in Knntn. I. So"..! . .,.11 t..vM, in nil in Grant received on Saturday a let Post gives tne interest from the day of sale aatil paid, Hetwill befell supported. leading Democrats who favored "io mice are i"'"" " and having the foree and efeet of a judgLawrence, Ks., April 4. Two Western Kentucky. As Senator ter of sympathy from Jefferson his retention. Mayor Grace, ment. Bidders will be prepared to comwas gratifying to miles from this city, recently, a Graves, Davis, which Samuel ply jroaptly with these terms. Dr,F; Sfc Usher, of this coun- froiriJ'tho counties of touched him very deeply. Abram Hewitt and number. J. Til- family of eleven negroes named him ty, who is in Florida, for his health, Hickman aud Fultop from 1871 to "If," and Mr. Davis, "the prayers den are among tho said Fonson were found starving. TS75 he mado a reputation as a Amount of jndjrment... ' $589.80 is said to do improving. Interest to day of Bale. and crood wishes of all those in Tho French war cry is "On to Three have died and another is 4.85 financier and man of integritv and Costs ia this actios.-- .. 40 Ai bushjess qualifications that gave the South who honor and respect Pekin !" Thus far they '.have made not expected to live. fU A Xai vf Ike People. Gen. Grant could avail, ho would little headway, the Celestials havAaea&t to be rated. .... .'5642.85 The Prohibitionists, are in tho J a eiiad- - TTouse. He has since conquer the dread antagonist with ing received them with an over WlckWHJcvwtl.l GEO. WAfiREN, is now contending just whelming display of fireworks. field in Kentucky which is all whom he To the credit of, Capt. W. j. be'enelected by the Matter Otmmiuioner. overcame President of the First Nation- as triumphantly as ho whom ho We predict that Johnny Crapean right.any,Thoy won't crowd that Stone, Member of Congress from BEAlE j .. field with or crush the fences eithwon't take tea in the canital of er. thir" district be it sid that he al Bauv, of Mayfiold, and has so tho antagonists years ago." EETHE'SSALOOsr, every contended twenty kingdom this season. tho flowery . takes tho utmost care of all let. welf'iftnajrpd its aflairs that farm8, depositor and STUFFS A PJHBASAXT KESOBT. terg and petitions sent him 11 President Cleveland is not turnthinking of Cn iiiic1 Goods, er his'runbounded confidence in The President is trip in May. ing out tho old timers in office as as it is hiff desira to give all mm making a Sonthern 'A new lot of all kinds of.'JelHee", Mar FRESH BEER constantly ea' tap. Ci- a fair and honest consideration II o has been asked to go to At- rowfat Peas. String Bean?, peap, Tomatoc, was expected; but he is putting in ai zc; jars and Tobacco, ef Ike heat brand. men that no country can be asham1fefore deciding for whom ho will 'BABIES not 'averse , to, the Apples and Peaches, at , Patronage solicited, PICTURES in one Fecond by, lanta" and is ed of. BOGEKS'. J. proposition. sev tf PRESCRIPTIONS Cd!-- Zsli. ',1 COMPOUNDED! WEATH EK vkv aar ti. j llAll m u- f nilM T in have county CniCAGO, April o. The political il rfj-.-.- i , hoyd,,. , i,.. 11 ;.,. -- 1 T ..:,"" oi.u . ut tm . I I loop-hol- e ii - 3"", a a v 1 a. nt I . - - ex-o- n elcc-'tibu- Col.-Turn- er -- On the Isthmus. The news of the destruction of Aspiuwall, on the isthmus, by the revolutionists, warns us that tliey arc in earnest. They burned the place to preii.t its capture "hv the government troops. It is eaiQ the whole city was destroyed except tho Pacific Mail company dock, some of tho railroad property and the canal properly. The shipping in tho harbor was notfn-jurcand the United States (ar ship Galena was crowded with refugees from tho city, destitute of food and shelter. Aspmvrall or Colon, as it is sometimes called, is the eastern terminus of the isthmus railway, and tho eastern Rtiirtiii" iwiint of tho. LiKKonsfca- i r i nal. It was a small place with a limited trade up to the time. the canal work began, when its population was trebled by tlie army of laborers, engineers, officials and traders attracted by the cinal. The destruction of the ilacfcwill probably seriously interfere with tho work on the canal and prove a great inconvenience to the traf-(i-c across the isthmus. Thii Colombian revolution, like a 'hundred others that have preceded it d THE WAR CLOUD PEAKING, General Peace Prcspects, Last week the news from every llirection looked war like. War between England and Jcuss.a, the principal poweis of Wat' between France Kuropc. I Spanish-America- n 8 Tli9 Republican Prophets, Nothing can bo more diverting than the attempt of the Republican press to turn every little incident at Washington Into the beginning of a break between Democrats aud the administration, aud the undaunted perennial freshness with which they return to their illy predictions after each sue cessive one has been falsified. When tho reuomiuatiou of 'Pear son to be postmaster at New York was sent m, tno Kcpubiican pa pers were sure the break had come at last and tho attractive head lines, double-leade- d para graphs and long solemn editorials with winch they greeted the noun nation were a sight to behold. The old Democratic leaders, they told us, were tired of all this ciil service reform nonsense, and open ly hostile to a president who was half a Republican. They would rise in rebellion. "Democratic Senators will light Pearson's nomi nation, while Republicans will stand aside and enjoy the row." liui uie quarrel didn't come. Tho rebellion didn't break out. When the Pearson nomination came up in the Senate, it was al most unanimously confirmed, and the whole affair passed off without a ripple of excitement, aud what is more, there was no outburst of wrath from the Democratic presB and party. For I lie Spanish-America- n self-governme- d,.-after - tlie-aMx- iic - vj. M. "!'T'"jiH&SH " I n iH Hi I ! i fc day of April, 1SS5, betweea the hears ot 10 o'clock, a. it., and 2 o'clock, r. a., al the Court House door in Hickman. Fulton County, Ky., expose to PUBLIC SALE, to the highest biiWer, the following proper ty, to wit; LotsNo.203 10 '2& inclCBtTO, g money-lendinBlock 7 East Hickman, Ky., Except 5S purse-stringfeet on the East side th.eof, Ieiled upon as the property of J R. Brown. TERMS: Sale will be naJs on a credit of three months, bend with approred seday." curity required, bearing interest at the per cent, per annum, from day rate of Sale, THE BARTER GROCERY- - ofReplet and hating the force sn & effect of ian Bond. a W. A. SHUCK, Shff. Fulton Co. noun- J. M. MONTGO.MKUY, March, 23, 1885. lo bis friends find the public dial It? bns opened a new and frrsh npplr of CommiSBloBer's Sale. nl! kinds of Familt Groceries, which he rCLTOX CIRCUIT COURT, KEfTUCKT. till sell ss low Rg the lowest He is rea dj at sll limes to exchange Groceries al Moses Amberg, Plaintiff, cajh prires for Butter, Epp, Chicken?, or Against Equity. any kind of marketing that the farming C. Ledwidge, &c, Defendant. J - . t friends may bring in. The highest roar By Tirtue of a judgment and order of kel priee alwaye paid. gale of the Fulton Circuit Court, render-ere- d J. M. MONTGOMERY &. BRO. at the August term thereof, 197C, (and supplemental judgment rendered February term, 1885), in the above cause, r for the sum of STABLE dollars and seven four hundred interest at SALE AND LIVERY cents, with the rate of G per cent, per annum from the 28th day of February, 1885, until paid, and $69.60 coBts herein, I ahull procee'd to KENTUCKY STREET, offer for sale at the court bouse door, iu constantly on hand for hii Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidder, at KEEPS sale publio auction, on Monday, the 13th day of April, 1885, at 1 o'clock, p. u., or thereHORSES, UUGGIES and HACKS. Having purchased the stable, horseh abouts, (being County Court day), upon a and entire outfit of W. B. Plutnme r tredit of six and twelve months, th folThe we propose to continue the business, and lowing described property, following described tract of land ia Fulsolicit patronage Went her O1iN0riitloiiN. ton county, Kentucky, vis . The north Iii March we had 0 clear days, G side of the southwest quarter of sectioa six, township one, range four nest, bound' cloudy days, and IU days iiartiullv ed as fellows, to wit; Beginning at b clear; thero was one clear Sunday large cypress and oak in Bayou du Cbiea miring mo montn ; on tlie 11th and bottom, running thence W. 170 poleso to & 12th light rains; on the 14th rain, sweetgum, elm and maple; thence south with thunder and slight hail ; 20th 89 poles lo a small elm, hornbeam and rain withthunder; 28th, rain and ftTO space to name all articles, but n crooked wood ; thence east 170 poles small ash, dogwood and large hicksleet; snow fell on the 8th, 17th, JLl rouble to show goods (tuilome and see, at the corner of Troj ory; thence north 89 poles to the begin21st and 2Sth. There were some and Moscow and Arenue. East Hickmrn, Kj ning, containing eighty-nin- e very cold days, but le6S wind than acres. Or sufficient thereof to produce usual foraMarch. the sum of money s ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser' with approved surety or securities, r&ssl Proof I'OHlliic. execute bonds, bearing legal interest from From l!ie Tjrltr (Trx.) Prmocrnt the day of sale until paid, and having tho When a newspaper wauts to kill force and effect of a judgment. Bidders a man right dead it begins to groom will be prepared to comply promptly O. Inni lor nn omen r nliout n. vosir nr terms. . ..w P.J. sale, directed to me, vrhicb issued from cautlitlarc torepaef-- t Hick- the Clerk's office of tlie Fallon Circuit man and Fnlion in the next General A-i- Court, 'ih JaTor of Kinney, McL&oghlia & Kentucky, subject to theactim Co , et nls, Against J. R. Brown; I, or one of the Democratic party. ofay Deputies, will on Moni'oy, the 13lh We'are nitlhoriznl to announce il n re. SlierllPs Sale. Bj tirtns of a jadgEBcnt and order of Tht Russians have systematically persecuted the Jews for a long time, and now, when Russia is ''hangup" nmWnnts to borrow, tho Israelites; refuse to open their This is a verification of the old adage that "every dog has his s. . and'-fou- Fahjs Parkee, t; Family Groceries. one-ha- lf JUDGE. ?-., with-thes- e - . t-- , tf- . readily-entere- d first-clas- I I M . i I ? I -- u jtyCE-JIEAA- T, -- i high-pric- e pas-eeiig- er - B - d Co-nar- d, GROCERIES -- to-wi- Ken-luck- y, book-keepin- .- F. E. CASE, 8- 8- -1 o ona-tent- h mm Three-fourth- Courier-Journa- l. yi -- cnh-Flens- e t, first-clnR- K book-keepin- g. the-Antille- HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO JggsJU there-abo- ats - to-da- mwBlBM' Hickman, to-w- it: ' , .. Kentucky. ; THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. flOLCOMBE, -- stock-hold-p- rs asking-office- , stoclr-koldc- r, wmmm run o ai and aw, m I ipft 14-- 4- W m .- - -- . r- - & & .f ,3fe.!j , 5