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CKORckwARRPN.j w- Vby rp ? -- oeeaollte 3Bte!oC:tyn,al HOW EASILY ,. a it hickmaI frl r r i- 4 5ir COURIER -- m I-- , -- & ? r A-TJ-- Job Printing -E- ?3T XECUTED- With Neatness and Dispatch. b 33IX.X.S, "' Tlx; Oltlewt Newspaper iiifitorn lieutiiclcy. jBB ""Fi 2T-'. -. ENVELOPES, .ETa?-E2lt-I-l-ElA- b IIjIi--h:-i3A.x)s. B of SURSCRIFTIOA, gio. pester? $TABTJSHEDr1859. eaMly-thin- ML 't .. THE RHS" ADMINISTRATION. business community that nil tho maATTORNEY-GENERAThe Cowboy ai II i In. CAPP SCHOOL AND CHURCH- The Squnw of I'nct and Taney. iVfMJ tOO la died, BUI Nye lirPuek. much nr Via tnn a ETldenccsayg'resUlent Cleveland Is terial, conservative," progressive inter- Tlin Tnnilrrnni .Toke WhlCH C But year afcer went by V my 8o much amusing talk is beln raa le ,s llte orn out: To stab the people's Free School isw? ests of tlie country will be advanced by rrfval'ert1PUenceand a ase In Popularity. Uketyrs Urlglit I'layed Upon II rto Perce our countrr in thft heart Uf! '&C r?i" h,"T'l step wrathful shout. silk wasall Wout'n'I'd gotan-othe- r, 'Cleveland was nomi- - Democratic ecouomy, simplicity and n' still AirnVs Dest UreSS Was afc Af thn Mild d!eam of .? 3'outhful pair is o'er. When " ' A youth escapes through tho open door, Colonel Dick Bright, of Indi n i.n muw ... matricide. W. M. Venable, in Intdh- WMttlmtTrin o)..nn honesty. 1 rW wasn't often sho say a few things, not in a dictatorial With terror Imprinted upon his face. idency as a reform genu.. nated .to t ' r Tho country is stronger for the change off the honor of pcirpCtratin could aflord to boy even a pair of cotv?tiAt2;sttLwn be s.lroot at a fly'nif pace Democrat; ublicans laughed in- - because it has dispelled the fear that joke at tho expense of the new.. or so ut&iH 1 but regarding this ,Tbe cost of the maintenance of fre- - and a don- In chase. ton gloves to cover her hands. Things dry laud pirate who. mounted on a tittle credulous!; J"ou" draws nigh: ensomc Democrats the party which had been so long in General, himolf au inveterate United States is estimated1 nStS??0 the prowl and a plerclnjr hadn t com better whh Luther, -,lhe "avatje y And under the black flag, sail out 5f c:i f cent per annum fof each in- err V they smiled a I iMPSBBe retirement of their power and had rosorted to fraud to re- a hearty lover of good fun. ""ngs, to sorrow for than aciua MiDK'n surguoi ma pinins iuwi-,t- r Why the lover stay so long? force at the back tain power could not bo drivon out by Colonel Bright wasJSergeaut-a- f losing""V best horses sleeves. their V cattlo V tLo rocky shores oC Time with bu M- Bishop" of Hissis-.""- " of people; has luuir crops, of tho Nev virnor's candidacy the will that the can still because itinau- the Senate his personal ineyict their chilUWilliam. Mercer Green, is in we elect and V rposcd of Mibstau- - proved dren, one after the other. Th six f many people won ler whora the A grcal retqrnfmr VltffVSS$OP0! was a solid Aamh on a ra0011- - gurate the President of our choice Mr- - arlaryHtthen n EmnmBam&m. 4,anHnci(r rW died m ono week of syiet fover, thirst for aMHHPP 2jSZ$yZZn u,?,ter"s tails wUh hirn muss men, who re- - despite tho almost nflMHo tial citizens V the cowboy, vith his abnormalthis young blood, Miiiei-.j mmmr nauiiio wn e eioL'lt originate!. Where dil ivhf5: hiow cas things xo wronir." f the American of inon.jQPQUcM,aniJ nlized tli e fca iiiiin riiinrv.i . .i XJmT - .1 Ilk s ' Mmnfl tmrt.tr.. &' Jam's, tfith hia gory record nn J r is d ofTin slow consumpLoa. . nijKH1 wcopi iKJUdn&9& - j 7 feCo! ey, fome from! AVas ho born in ug&ndi3araTiii& ;11(11JUJUU1U k nr in .1 w. uiW!Sixj roWtrvms1 .,hidnltT . v .. 7fPk 7a-a- j enva TI1M vrl... at she had to buffah' wallow at tho foot of sew rocs-a rl5 filter unon to tiian ; u,K:i "' l T5"1' -- V 3 "u li .1.-urn fiftv men in mtie clot H?Li5Li-iQT3h0ffeI7?,:T',uk.f Attox, bti mountain, or di he thi r IX "vi."V iu:inv a unie: outAnnie'd carry out JeIocrV .principles would do election lias ocon a test of the people's wayliftek into the fe,w WfriWW"? " ar,pjik and write Dotton Courier . . . v r i supported,by ih decent el. ment of the devotion to true self government; be-- 1 private oiiico. it was after olhceAiOurs, tftho w ngTivfc'i'n t u who the correctly It is Republican partem tlie f atern States. cause it has proved that to a largo nura- - and in a few moment the' Attorney probable that IH of tncse fifty or un tvlfirrts hairy lezsf " Mr. I leveland w on of the vprv few of persons tho welfare of tho Ko- - Genoral made his "appearance. ' The loss ia louuiiiii" in A sum nninia"c m Search nn nnl.l hunt etn ctlo , rKZS yww.-Cmen before the feopl who cwdd be v that the cowIkip is nearer than the ties of party; day had been a busy one, and Mjr. Gar- university.- Chicago e.rrcn7 na,...t !.,., n .time went on. 'n1 abou wontyxSsfa1 " faw... ..ib, safely placed in position of seh treland was very tired. Into both of his ecause it has given to the worid Wawl a The annual meetings tnI Ameri ySrflp,thmgs seemed to take a tura HiTftarm. 1 hato unostentatious manner o.i mendous delicaq. lie had shown his splendid example of the iutollijjcnce.a oars since early in the morning had of Waiting. to sit down on a beautiful can Tract Society was beluyjjj-ncr- . for tlieTJetter with Luther. His wheat romanco metal as Govomsr of the great State of the aud tho patriotism of a been poured a ceaseless flood of praise ton, D. C, recently. The reputySnowe(i eroptunn?d out well, V ho sold it to mantic and squash tho breath out of a roNew York, and possessing the confidream; but the cox boy who geU too mighty Nation almost equally divided and appeal in the interests of men seek- receipts of the year, .?357,o5W exgood profit, V he got his corn off the "There's Vnnie Beldon!" said Aunt dence of the refotm elements of both in political sentimont N. Y. World. muChmoIstdamnaUon Jn bM ybl ing office. aBd l penditures. $345,083: books, Jane, looking up from her knitting as nottom lands before the river rose, 'n riaesonagaUopupanddown Main street, parties, they joitd hands to elect him. "Dick, old fellow," said the Attorney-Generperiodicals circulated. 9,250,000; num that was a great help to him. Heseemed shooting out the lights of the beautiful bil. she heard the sound of footsteps on tho They succeeded S this, nnd at the same BE SURE YOU ARE advancing with his hand ex- ber of colporteurs, 161, who made-- jThe young lady who wore the costume of time road RIGHT, ETC. real cheerful, that he was told a mostijsvere lesson to future plank walk which lay along Lhe front just beginnin' V enjoyJohn 'n' if things iard palaces would be just ns happy if tended ami wearing a pleasant smile Pocahontas nt tlie llremen's maKiira If iant . o lamuy visits. life, inoifea ran up his pantaloon-leto al you would Thurs lay evening, an I in pmk hory and political operator who may imagine, as A Principle Ulitrli "Works as Well In Gov- "I'm glad to see you." fence. "Poor soul! I never see her went well he'd soon have the mortgage gentle reader. The nine leading denomination? ernmental us In l'nietiotil Atr.ilrs. a strong and "Billiant" "combination The tw elasped hands and dropped London provide sittings as follow; kwl slippers took the priae as the iuot: leal, that I don't think of that veree in the cleared oil the farm. Tho weather set "Be sure you are right and then go down on a sofa side by side. Mr. istically costumed lady mav baie thought a while 50, that the limbos d just after Church of England, 677,615; CongreX Bible which says that "from him that set in cold 'n' stormy had a pleasant chat in prospect gationalists, 172,547; Baptists, 136,178. k? ben entiUl to it m th minds of the judges will knowingly sigport a candidate for ahead." It works like a charm when Thanksgivin', 'n one afternoon I was hath not shall be taken oven that which but popular opinion meatus to think other-wia- tho Chief Magistncv of the Nation who applied to government out in tho chicken vard shellin' corn to President and the hope of hoaring a new story or Wesleyans, 96,140; Salvation Army, At any roto site was not dresed like is not regarded albican and honest. he hath." and she sighed deeply. h;o. 35,180; Presbyterians, 32.221; Primitive the hen, 'u' all muflied up to my eyes, any Indian tnaiditi vj were ever intitnilo Although the reform administration Cleveland finds it a talisman that dis"Mr. Attorney-Generayou look fa- Methodists. 17,785; Methodist Free I looked from the window just in time when 1 heard a wagon stop at the gate,1 witli. Tothiewho are not familiar wiih of Mr- - Cleveland! but a few weeks pels all threatening storms and smooths tigued," said Colonel Bright, sympa0. to see Annie Beldon before she turned 'n' there was Luther a noddin'V beck-oniChurch, 17,100; Roman Catholic, tho early days of this country the Imitun old, his course hasalrcady sat'islled tho the wavoa around the ship of State. thetically. to me. I went down to tho gate, raaklen appntrs the corner of the next street. She was in her wiUl simNation that the ccuGdunco of his orig- By its potont agency ho escapes all tho "Dick, I am fatigued. I'm glad'it's plicity, wearing the fringed garments of her inal supporters aid The growth of the Free School in I'd got a faded, careworn looking woman, a to speak to him. n' before he'd sold all ovor for the day, and Pm glad you popular favor has had a striking demsjonors is fully troubles and porploxities of his s. tribe, as she stun Is outlined against the justified. The there he was tellin' me how little past middle age, with dark brown Tom Layton a colt he'd been raisin'. stuy conservatism and are here. It's refreshing to talk to a onstration in Berlin. In 1883, 122.098 glorious sky dres-win a coronet cf eaglet ' It is a reliable compass to hair thickly sprinkled with gray. Her 'n' was on his way at last to buy Annie leathers and a red health corset trimm.xl deliberation with Thich the new Presi- fetter by, enabling the Nation's pilot to man on some otlier subject than office." children received gratuitous instruction . dent lias takun upfllie question of pa- avoid the Sltall we then, with ruthwith bad dress was a rusty black cashmere, her that silk dress. He asked me boat the rocks of unfit nominations, Mr. Garland took one of Colonel as against 53,783 in 1872, while only less band, shatter this beautiful i4elure tronage, and the excellent appointments the shoals of unwise black shawl was decidedly shabbv, and number of yards he ought get V where partisanship. The Bright's hands and rubbed it down 34.616, or 22 in 100. children paid for ,! he hat so far madcomjiol theadmira-tio- n so faithfully which was ntnend Uinpe.t of spoilsmen s wrath may howl with a gontle stroke. Colonel Bright instruction in 1883, as against 33,995, or - J her crape bonnet was sli.alihior ctiii he u bast go to buy, n said he coulrtn t of friend andlfoe alike, and the by the young lady the otlter ovcb- all unobsen'ed, smiled a vory wicked 89 in She looked neither attractive nor inter- hardly wait to get'it now he was ready. leading press exponents, Democratic around the Administration bark and the smile, lie then straightened up and as- four-fift- 1872. At the present time abouts --. thunder of demagogic oratory mutter of tho Berlin children are esting, and I turned from the window lie was gom to give Annie a surprise, and Republican, aroe in the conclusumed a slightly embarrassed and se- educated and took up my crocheting again, re- he said; she didn it know what he was at public expense. sion that from prient indications the threatPiiiugly, but obeying only this rious expression of face. silent monitor, thb faithful noodle that In New York there are 489 churches. marking only that "she looked as if sho goin' after. working, producing:, Amer"Senator," he said, dropping into the "Well, the tears was in my eyes as I had had her share of sorrow." sg ican people have f. President at last. ever points to tlio pole of duty and in- old title, "I'm sorry to disappoint vou; chapels and missions, which have actegrity, the lioad of tho Government is commodations for 375,000 persons. The "Sometimes I think she has had a watched him drive off, pleased as a The real independence, as well, of Mr. sure TOE to follow the right course and to but I am seeking office mj self. I have 396 Protectant places of worship can pood deal more than her share," said child at the idea of surprisin' Annie. OOWHOT Clevelan Ts positioa is beginning to bo come in late to get an uninterrupted accommodate 27.5,000. Of the 304.782 Aunt Jane. "I know dozens of women But I never guessed what the black silk One night, while I had rooms in the pretty generally Sindorstood. Every reach in safety the haven of popularity audience." a territorial city in the Kweky and National prosperity. It is hotter 115,826 would have sunk into the grave under dress was to cot her, poor soul! day it is seen that tie m isses like the Mr. Garland's face lengthened and a children in the city,103,329 are in esti"It began to rain soon after Luther. Mountain cattle country, I was auahe-teis the' while. only half as much. And the best of it President's methotland are very much than experience, which some'imes be- small sigh escaped him. But he rallied is, she don't never complain. She's the d gone, n' poured down for upward of at about 1 o'clock a. it. by tho most bloodmated attendance at the day schools,'1 in the mood to make him a popular gets pernicious prejudices and favoritcurdling cry of "muidor'' I ever heard. It and sukl in his old way: four hours. exwas at the winder when public cheerfulest soul that ever breathed." loader. Mr. Clevcfihd is so strong "at ism and loads a public man into certain wasnvirder "Well, Pm glad to &ce you. anyhow. penses and private. The current associations aud views of public quesof the churches amount to about "Does she live near here?" I asked, he went by on his way home, 'n' I no- street, in the with a "big "M." Across the large," so to speaS as to care little tions bright State your case, old fellow." Ar. Y. Herald. more out of politeness than from .nnv ticed he didn't have his overcoat on, 'n' dozen cowboys withlight of a restaurant, a whether his administration pleases tho and calcu'ated to impair his judgment " chave always been good friends, S3,00,000 a year. the Baptist General . broad sombrero? an 1 1 wondered what he d done with it, for integrity. Tlie President has shown In a report to real interest in the subject. men of eitherlparty or not At ultra silver braid, huge leathw cbapjr-ajaSenator," began Colonel Brightf "the "tfo! but she was my nextrdoor neigh- I was sure he'd had it on when he Mexican spurs an.l orange silk necktleast he is understood' to have entire by his appointments during the very best, I trust. I served you when I Association Dr. Evans states that while first fortnight of his AdminisPennsylvania had a population of about bor for twenty-liv- e years when this was stopped at the gate. Annie told me ie!", with flashing revolvers, were standing. It conh'denee in the dllerasination of tho tration a far and cor- could when in office." 4,500.000 only 500,000 are members of a The town la two miles afterward that he d taken the coat oft teemed that a big Capt Kuld irf people to realize idmuiitrative and rect estimate more intelligent necessary did more than I ever asked you "You of the qualities ofi then, and we never looked to see it his back V rolled the black silk up in tha'band, with his skin full of valWr oivil service reform.'and he will not to, and I can neer forget it," gener- Evangelical churches. There are eleven grow up right to our very doors. An- it to keep it from gettiu' wet It wasn't had marched into an counties with a population of 300,000" re ort with to carry out to we letter what he for oftiee then he whs creditod with ously admitted Mr. Garland. in his hand, and ordered tue without single Baptist nie wouldn t be wearin' such shabbv even damp when he unrolled it 'n' has announce 1 asfhis programme in and a montal noutenorS in distinguish"Well, then, 1 ask a small return counties a each having Church and five ing between substance and shadow in clothes if there hadn't been a mortgage showed it to her. but he was wet to tho vanilla coolness for the gang. Thore be.ng only a single . these now," replied Colonel Bright a. dozen young folks at the place, mosr.y the on their place. She could have loTd skin himself, V a few days later there It w time that a'n&rc hitellieent sen lias abilities of public men. Having, as don't want any of these places here "I church of the Baptist denomination. at There is only about one Baptist to every . been aptly remarked by a every acre at a good profit if it had been was a doctor's buggy at the gate. John mile aud female, from a neighboring hop, timent obtained thitighQiit tbo couu he went over to ee what was the mat- .nJu'ging in cream, the proprietor, a uhwk correspondent, a distinct pur- home, where there is uch a scramble, sixty-si- x or n of the populafree." with white pose in view, a clear idea of what he but I want to go abroad. If there is no tion. "Tell mo about her, Aunt Jane," I ter, V found Luther walkin' the floor rude and outri tothinso. liehair, dwmed it tho gift of the Gqnjmnront Properly do said something other applicant deemed worthier of the A writer in the Congregationalist, said, as the old lady paused. "You'll V croanin' with nain. The rold hA to that elTect, whereat the othr eleven m u understood, whenir jaehl voiine man means to achieve and a steady eje on place, I should like to be made InIngJ Shall we portray the real Iidan the ends he intends to r ach, President says thakwhenj-sosj- e settled in his side V the doctor ofalcoholic courage let off a yell that have,p1enty of time before supper." ono. akexLJtev succeeds in cap' Qeal clerk- Cleveland is constauth treat'ng the spector of Pork at Jerusalem. I am Dr. MeredJt6V-To mflir deal .fri4Ji? "Dear me, child, there isn't much to couldn't give him no relief. But ho hi cream into a solid glacier, and shook maiden, as wo havo seen lier m ail ship, he is to not critics 01 ms Auranustnr.on to a well indorsed" for tfie place, aflind C hristian tell, 'ri1 maybe the little there is wouldn't said he guessed he'd pull through all two kerosene lamps out of tbelr socket in her un poetic nature, c'othd in a pair of s who refuse series contra y dier trouaert. a horse Llsnt-i- t with no, '. . i&yiu-ngJJi&y 3c PBHSS . prove very interestin' to vou. I know right 'n' there wasn't no need to worn. :fH . me .u .. . ,.: Inlgttt ls9.o( tUw i Tin ,, ".Miss JJacsons wa3 makin' the siifc-Vfc'S. ngnouiiUBart. " afarjfcfcn, untMinpt bair c2-S?- J sbby-- V oJiL.Vffray. up. " Luther wasn't satisfied not giltg '0WrlJ",, lthcmttl "3'fr5n . till Annie fn BwTolty - f- aUuuiTd jjliBai, 'nnVi!?rtnQpTiASr..itt shrF hiaZinnrtcnimM jgiiouiunKUTgjn-Tiia- i, uoiugjijrjr bow. p? Hot much like sho did thirty lu? ,u o $a heaven . unlessither iowed the chrirchr -. ... .... . . . mA , .rfSft thu 71 i- -f to Jim T ice down around tlie wit"i. f. coudtn, 1 misrht Be was girls together, 'rl' had gone to the village 'n' got someone Dotiyneeki iNo.no. Jrbeit from ns t but that they had better do so?" 1 thinK address With courageous fidelity, win- raisinat any mdViMri, she was the prettiest an1 liveliest little to work on it, V she thought best to ant peelal a large area of scalp off the destroy the lovely vision of Fning respect from all and bearing" him creature of a pork ring and fore I would talk to them.in this way. If 1' down thing! ever saw. Her eyes was black humor him. He wasn't no better when leader's done of thought, and it hung .see to grace and beauty, which the soft du le of uiiuugii 10 Keep k tieoeuny aiuuii" self in his exalted position as a sincere, one kind of meat on tho Jerusalem mar- were goingto Europe I would go down- over his ees, so that he could not tiie effete east has erected in tho tho surroundings ket. My as coals, V her hair hung in long curls the dress came home, V the doctor shoot with any degree of accuracy. the capital, and uuambit ous man, swayed enougn, character, however, is good to the Cunard wharf and take . chambers of fancyLet her dwell there as their tenure raroly lasts moro than a to her waist She had a laugh V a was still 'tending him; but no one l tniat to survive sucn an as passage with others on a large vessel only by pure, conscientious motives. d the princess of a bravo pco-few years. They 'foUom save a cent, Tlie seeds of reform and good governgood word for everybody, V more 'lowed he was anyway dangerous. It sault" made on purpose for such a voy-- '" t ber adorn tlie dormer window of beaus than she could tend to. Then-wa- was John who brought tiie dress home Mr. Garland had mechanically taken age. But if I were a fool I would take' and hardly over" loarn anything while ment wideh he is plant n must pro lut-lus memory, priud, beautiful, grand, gauuy, the Colonel's papers and heard him au eighteen-foo- t only two of 'em, though, that she from Miss Parsons, V he said Luther in tlie service of the least possible u&e an abundant harvest of popular confidory!" md peculiar, as she was arrayed at last to them in the slni"gle for bread after dence and make the strongest President through without once catching on. He favored at all. One was Tom Lav-to- n was just too pleased for anything to see "We will spare this masquerade. Tmirsday's the bundle. ' they shall have been "kicked out of office. with the country at largo that over sat had actually begun to read tlie applica ideal Indian maiden with a back comb and PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. " Tm goin' to have Annie dress right And, as a general rule, in every young in the White House, lie has hal the tiou, which had been made out in due "The owner of the Layton Mills?" I gold garters. Irtt her hvo in tlio memory up in it he says, 'n' you 'n Jane citizen appointed to public position, rare fortune of securing a Cabinet that form, before the light dawned upon interrupted. "I can't furnish you with brains,1 of those who saw ber ths other overling, just thero is a good farmer, carpenter, is not only In perfect harmony with his him. J hen his lips began working, !madara," ho exclaimed. "Yes; but he didn't own the mills must come over after supper V see I don't see as she was then, while the truj Indian then. He was only superintendent how she looks.' maiden eats the fmasaed locust o( the miner, or some sort of actual producer, wise, patriotic policy, but is enthusiastic and, the start once made, the corners "why yon can t, sho replied, "You don't "Well, as I heard afterward, John spoiled for about all the practical pur- ovor it. His absolute froedom from of his mouth ran away toward his ears. seem to have anv uso for them your-there, V though he was a savin', inplains mi J wears the plug hat of progress. poses of life. If, anions other things, pledges and tho tyranny of claim auu tne Attorney uenerai sunsiued in a self." iS1. Y. Graphic ' " dustrious" young man, no one looked to had hardly gone when Luther began to pee him get to be a millionaire. A Cannibal Christmas. the President's hearty roar of laughter. Colonel Bright policy should agents gives him a power such as Mrs. Gadabout "Well, they say But he tease Annie to put tho dress on. She JThe Judge, l?je' had a good salary, V his father was wanted to get "supper lirst, but he tend to the withdrawal of the' people woman is a conundrum, anyway.' Mr. sighed for in vain, enabling joined in, and tho two friends from tho porennial ecramble for small him to carry out his plans of govern- shook hands. THE ICE 'n' he was reckoned a good wouldn't hear to it ,G. "You are just about the easiest co-- $ AGRICmTrKIST WITH TIIE " Tve been waitin' nearly twenty offices, it would be worth nil the effort ment systematically and thoroughly. "Dick," said Mr. Garland, rising and nundrum I ever did see. match for Annie. For awhile folks AXE "I am? to see you in that dress.' he savs. devoted to tho work,and seno to min- It is a remarkable example of the sucAfter he had yelld 'munterf throa or walking off a few steps, "what will you Why?" "I never come home 'without thought she'd marry him; buthewarn't 3ears imise an evil that has been only too cess of the Davy Crocket principle in take to go over and try your game on finding you out" Philadelphia Call. a professor. V Annie set a deal by her 'n.' I won't wait even an hour longer. four times, he fell under nn ice cream table, "Well, Annie she made him lie down an I the apparent in the United Statos for two the White lions', and will have a still liayard' lJo it; and you can com church. Sho allowed that if she marScandinavian broke a Speaking of names, one of the s for he'd been walkin' the .floor silvr-plagenerations. Ar. O. castor ov r .tho organ of self ried a man who never went inside of moro remarkable oll'eet imon the poli- mand me for the best dinner in Wash '"characters of Providence, R.. L is an ' one she'd bo false to her principles, for constant nearly'aU day V she went es em, and poured red pejipr and salt ami tics of the future. The spoils system ington." negro of dimrhtttivc stature, who and the Bible savs the righteous shall not be into her bedroom to put the dress on. vinegarpaco llalford saucand otlir relishes But Colonel Bright was afraid. He, ishappy in the possession of the name oIr THE COUNTRYSTRONGER. once banished from the Government on t1.0 wnero the scalp was loose. yoked to the unrighteous, vou know. She'd got the kirt on, V was fastenin' felt that he didn't Know the Secretary Glorious Valorious (Jeorge Washington . This revived the Mr. ClevelaiulN a Guarantee the people will begin to look for some- well enough. lrae but mnrdomus Tom took it real hard at first; but he the waist when she heard a queer sound He contented himself IPeck Hamilton Stout Ai T. Tribune. ' influence and thing more than partisan Atrxliut Mistakes. didn t bear Annie no ill will, V when from the spare room where Luther was be allowed to goand be begged that he might corrupt experience as a recommenda- with lunching with Mr. Garland at Mr. t Hugo Arnot one day when panting-,7it-h awnv. President Cleveland's Administration she married Luther 'Beldon he sent her lyin'.- She stopped a minute to listen, Garland's expense on what he had algentle Y. M. d A. superiutoiulent oi tion for a candidate at the polls asthma was almost deafened by; movas slowly, in accordance w-no change. a handsome present. Luther he was a 'n' then called to him to know if ho he ready accomplished. Washington Telefreezers then took the noise of a brawling fellow who was real steady young man, but somehow or wanted anything. There wasn't no the revolvers away from the bold buccaneer wise rule laid down bV.its chief. gram. "selling oysters below his window. "The other he didn't have no luck. He had answer, V'&he crossed the hall 'n' and kicked him out through a show-casOFFICE SEEKING. "We can not hope aoid mistakes," extravagant rascal." said Hugo, "he has A Parisan Suicide. All cowboys aro not sanguunry; but out a good farm, but. work ahe might, he hurried into the. spare room. Well, said tho President before his inaugura- The Predicted Southern Cyclone Falling jWasted as mnch breath as would have child, she found him dead, his face of twenty you wilt generally find one who is never mader'nothln' off it more'n a bare tion, "but if we move slowly we shall to Materialize. A dramatic scene was enacted re- served me for a month." brave when he 1ms his revolvers with him; livin', V Annie had to pinch V screw turned toward the door as if he'd been " W but when make fewer mistakes' than we sdiould be In tho days whon the bloody shirt was cently in the Rue Pierre Charron. A1 it Astronomers tell us in their own to keep clothes to their backs. She was watchin' for her, V the sound she'd home on he forgot and left his shootei at !.. f ZZ-- " the pianp, the mow tropical violetr a master hand' at managin', V she heard was the death rattle in his throat eyed dude can apt to make if y0 moved with less de- a banner and the South a terror to all man of lean countenance, worn, hag 'simple, intelligible way that tho gradt 5climb him with the butt end "When John V I got there he'd been of a liberation." worked like a horse, but year after year ' Republican meetings, orators and jour- gard, unkempt, and thinly clothed, ual lengthening of tho days is due to tho suniljwer, and beat bis brains out and merry, merry Christmas 60me of "JVliot a Yet although the Administration lias nals dilated on the awful "consequences stood at the corner 01 tne street, a prey "obliquity of the ecliptic to the terres?. went by V they didn't get no better off. dead only a few minutes, V I tell you, spatter thcm all over that school district our missionaries on the coast of, Africa must boon in existonce onba month, and has trial horizon." This ought to bet, at . Drouth V early frost, V too much child, it was a sad sight to see her to tho deepest distress. Addressing the rest the foolish idea that the days"are have. kneelin' down by that low bed in her made scarcely a scoro'of changes in tho to the country should tho ram, Jiep' ''em allers behindhand, V uc declared mat lie was longer because the got on their feet again: describing passers-uearlier and vast: army of Federal over jest when they was thinkin' thev ivas new black silk, her arms round that A llll of Truth Spoken in Jest. ono hundred thousand stronir. it has al- - the advent of the Democratic party to mined, and that his children had not seflater. Chicago Tribune. dead man V moanin' 'n' shudderin' Am 'New York Snn to do better there'd come 'some,. touched food for days. Suddenly he over him Little girl on a visit to St Louis him to speak to thing that would put 'em back again. "How are you finding business, doewrF' J" ready aocomplishod agrcatpubliegood. power as a sort of dies inc. They drew a reolverfrom his pocket, turned I her. j.ne country is to day stronger ior tne warned the faithful a Aysiriaii. was asked of "Luther hegot aiscouraged, but Annie against un it towanl his breast and tired. He was "0. mamma, I think this must be " 'Ho isn't dead!' she says to me as I you, pet? Why. "Don't jptrf looking the doors of tho Government OpitV ho replied. "I have all I can change. she never lost he&rt. Leastways she carried the entrance of a heaven." "Do come in. 'He has only fainted. O, For attend to." it had been charged and offices for the admission of" those terri- raised and upon histocoat being opened you sec. mamma, all the ladies and gen,y-- y never seemed to. When thev'dcouie "I didn't uitilerstan that there was very believed by many that the Democratic ble fellows from the South, who would house, and over herein' Luther he'd get'to tellin' Jane! do something for him. Get hot tlemen have wings, but they are on the mnch sickness about." party was a party of "unpatr.otic prin- seek to drive out all loyal men and lis shirt was found to be deeply dyed sides of their heads instead of on theirj how crossways things allers went for water, 'n' you'll lind eamphere in the with blood. A member hacks." "Hush, darlin-r- . "Jfo, there in't But we physicians do ciples and evil intentions; that it was Those are IS him, she'd allers have something cheer- pantry on the lowest shelf to the right' notuepend upon sickness for an Income. Oh. unfit to be intrusted with the Govern- trample over the war veterans of the of the crowd which had assembled un ft "But I saw that hot water V eamwings." Union army. A Democratic Adminisful to. say. She'd tell about jt was a my.no; most ofowr money is made from ment and for the not "You say, Mr. SimpkJns.you want ? ' phere wouldn't be no use, V I told her to that if restored to power it tration would bo like Pandora's box, dertook to make a collection was pn Jong laiwthat had no turnin', 'A' jt was panple who have nothing the matter with would seek to disturb the provisions of exhaling every element of evil to the wounded man's family, and raarry?" observed Miss DeSifva. "Yaas," allersj darkest jest before the dav, 'n' so as gentle as I could V begged her to them.' j ceeding to pass round the hat when the I want to find tho richest and prettiest tho Constitution growing out of the re- Nation, and a countless host of come away. Sho wouldn't listen to mo mm. a silver linin' to even-clou-' tv i n i to police came to transport the suicide bellion, to strin tho neiro population of Kconomy Is Wealth. woman in the world, who will marryr would besege the capital, clamoring till Lnther he'd get pleasant at urst but after the doctor had ., , (French I'un.J the South of thuir. civil rights and, if for tho places o long filled oy pure, the hospital. Herenpon the suicide dfe me for love. Can you tell me where to -again V ready to laugh with her over Jhtbo ygMJTihin i" nrmRiired with the revolver and OT npn: JIas'er "Well, Susan, did you mail my possible, of their liberty; would seek to patriotic Republicans. replied find her? "Indeed, I Well, the awful their troubles. d man with tho collection.-makin- the young lady. "Mycan't" letter, as I tohl you ? paj rebel debts, to pension Confederate change has taken place; a Demoacqnatntanc6 , " 'Ain't I got a treasure in my wife?' stomach, sho let me take her to nerowiMRK it is said, until lost tosjgw,)1 with insane asylums is very slights" Faithful servant Yes, sir; but I had it soldierS, to cut offithe pnions of he d say. Long as frosts V mildew room. weighed first and us it was deuble weight I Uifon sold'ers, to diturb business, to cratic Administration is in power and the best short distance time ever 1!"-i"As we wascrossin' the hall she heard Drake's Traveler's Magazine. the deluded hearers of the Repibli.-a- n V floodg'dpn't take her away from me, the dress rustle, V she stopped put on another stamp. western Paris. Paris Cor. HSk violate chartered rights A young lady at home from board- - ' I guess Mean jet along." short orators havo been waiting patient- Evening Post. blaster Qo'Hl eirt; only I Iiojxj you dldu'i the wages of labor. t,j and to reduce for the holidays was asketLif "They was over here to take dinner the V looked at me pitiful. ly and tremblingly for the dread as to obliterate tho addruss. " 'He never saw me in it, after all ' WHEN THE COWBHV FOROETS niS SHOOTERS. put it on so servant Oh, no, indee I' sir; I These charges werenot made by un- denouement But the predicted cyclone she would have roast beef, when she re.. day I Svas thirty. I was wearin' for the Faithful Something Better. tlio In plied; "No. I thank you; gastronqmical lirst time a new black silk dress which V she broke down and cried as if her man the wUd unfetter d west, to ware ofgets just stuck it on the top of the other stamp so scrupulous partisans alone They wore from the South ha proved as mythical : who nover carries uiin?, nuvcr sanctioned and repeated by the better as ono of Wiggins ' storms. It has John had given me for a birthday pres- heart would break. . us to save ruota u.. o.vvu uu vuu ..,... vr- - fraZlBg satiety admonishes "mo that I haw,ar , 0 ,, drunk and alwayp minds his own buinesi i;i3 JL IVCjIHUIIUJ.passions faded to materialize. The Soul horn at tho eclipse through a bit of smoked rivci aiiiieuiumate stage 01 uegiuuiiuij, ent It was thick V soft V mighty "After poor Luther was buried 'n' He don't s afoan I auooiins out th gas, or . . lie Was Jnst Like Other An appeal to the of the war; people have shown provoking indifferhandsome, 'n' Lather he didn't seem there was a stone "put up over him V intimidating a Kindergarten sciico.; but his consistent with dietetic integrity." The Chicago JCews.' his debts was all paid, there wasn t , an .appeal to the mostf vicious sectional ence to the charms of office, and have glass, and the old fellow stopped to young lady never was asked if she ' ri'e to ke Ms'eyes off it when a brave frontienpn, with a revolver were coming np innsenm. ii- vrould have anything oyer again.-- i '1 wonder whes I'll be able to give nothin' left for Annie, 'a' jshe was irl&a tin'each lKt and a owi Jlbw-i- i tlio Iwck of "IThey believe that out of a dime Boru-- is fanaticism; an arraignment of Mxteen been unaccountably lacking in that team at the curbstone and stood wild Diin of don't around 1ita ... blaclf m Annie?' ho said, put-tir- g vj iom a iJiauu m uie mui.s. eagerness for spoil and revenge "with his wagon and gazed all- Discerai? Chicaqo Inter Ocean,. 'hij neck. Insults a modest young ladv, nnd a wild man nt all," s o whispered. "Why States of the Union out of thirty-eigyr i a Z j, the "people which they have been so long credited search of the attraction."Do you eat 'hash with a'fc-M?hisaBM rpxind her as she stood by ber to come here, but she was too proud ' 'nls to be thrown through a nlate glas notP' ha usked. "He's oiviltzed just htce and of more than of all the States as debased, unscrupu by the outrage shriekers. Applications nothing unusual he called, out: s$s asked tho landlady of her new boarder.4 , h' chaiff v''Wevebeeii married seven iu vb uiuau sue naan teamed, she said. jWludow and then walked over by the popu- - other men." "What makes yqjj think sof is it marm what's the not? . ... week ignorant and disloyal; resort to I was out Jtvrs'n' I ain't been, able to get you About a gettia'agosubscriptions with Miss Mice, Call " vll auo human mmu umra to "Didn't you see the man w pay him a lot lous,the resources of fraud, acorruption for office from that section have been "Whateclipse," she answered. ., f "No, ma'am," he responded, kindly?"Tl clothes Sniper all remarkably few, and might be conre bin' better'n calico.' for the wear u clean suirt and of money P "Yes; n JdO bift nnd. a lot of ,, "ome evidence of disanDroval. "Noi . "Wharisit?" jmall bills." "Well, didn't you notice hw and the vilest deraagogism, had reduced veniently put in one of the pigeon-hole- s 'I don't need a silk,' says Annie. church carpet V we met Annie on the , : . ma'am," ho repeated, more timidly-- , "On the sun." Presidential elections in 1876 and 1880 of a departmeu. Tho Southern people street Miss Sniner. she ain't nrown,,. Mark Twain t n Detroit Jlejiorter. careful the wild raiti was to fold rli j SJ 1 "e got all tho dresses "I can use now "Y-c-- s, does seem a leefledimP IDetroit Times.J to a serious national evil. herself outsider than before. "Indeed. Pray, may I have shown a want of approbation of Luther Idbked at her real steady a sitive iNArl.i V she don't give no one nlcn wuuiwui V.I "'Now don't S" ff ' a hurry, and bo sura a. uuiujj so, n- r sno np Tn The change in tho National Adminis- tho fat places which were opened to thar," he. said, after a longsqHiw? ask how vou do eat it?" "Yes. .ma'am." u. .lute. Then he says, Eorter slow 'n' i.a the rest, of tl.o boys around. I Col. Wales. it's uuthia W "How?" "With fear and trembHRg tration fhrough tho triumph of Grover them for the first time, preferring to "but qifet, For all that, I mean Jo gft.yeu asks Annie if f,he didn't ever wish she'd and send hav'o made yourself porfectly at pierchaBt Tnteier ) Cleveland has swept away this impres- stay home and attend to their business grown folks to waste their time. crer. ma'am." He left the same day.' fcudjycs' tead of no' to voung Ti n iP'T-or o, Annie. I want to see'-h'o-w you'd Layton. hoci . You ought to go in and see Cable The Princeof Wa IwiKii Keutuekian sion of the Democracy's character cliant Traveler. to hanging around the Government U you want to see sunthin' better In jk in It' , He a in r1" 27 " 'Xever,' savs Anni. Hl T .., before y u leave. He's asleep jutdtprep-eavbusth- it ill io piece, dever was ooIqimIbattle ixtoh. offices. But there is one office they are sunthin' real excitm' come out.kwa Many men of mny minds: "iJ'o'better'n Ilook now In my blue naedn't make any difference. nnd m u i.i im TerWi'" this make our institutions prepared. to apply for, in cose there with me. I've got a Does not life to begin again I would not alter it Ju pnxl him up anl U him I sent ou. I Theraan who writos, and writes delaine,' says Annie. ; ife. tgtf. Is seldom worth a tlukor'a curse. d chicken and an oak tree s far as Tom Layton is concerned.' stpjnger than they vye.c before Mr. should unhappily be a war between the a Geor 'e slithted for the " We'll wonirtn't liav 'bOit tfet' The man who plays theiviolim. t? M ' - 'But it s pretty lwrd to Cleveland's inauguration? Must not United States and any foreign Govern- as was struck by lightnin', and yoHfjf11 A "Woman Woith Iter Wrllit in.i.oll. . . la always lazier than sin. have to work FwJHa:Wv I don't cferfe bow KaW timeg are. I Z The man who thinks he bows RalL (Troy Thues) the honor of the 'Nation stand higher ment It is that of a soldier, and thej see 'em all without a. glass rh'' f,v. ,.-jmean to live tili'Igetyouablack silk forhfm, isn't ilf" aked Miss Sniper, V Nowl uVr'Amtn lia recnvreVr $4X) f ' Paul Hera'd: Lsrac Clark, ct Connecwhen it is fonnd tnat a majority of our are ready and eaer in snch an event biled. dinner on top of era for Htfli I felt it . in mv heart, tn hntn bm-ot- dross." Tho man who thinks hlrasclf the beat, ki-t(.old If tho good die young, for a brclnn rib, ud NiiatomU-.?. .f ' people are not disloyal; dishonest and j to show'that th.v can fight as val antly 'Clipso of the sun, eh! Well, J Is he whom wo should all Uetest 1 "She laugkedhF. teld: WwCheJdfmake Mgsuen.a tamg. St itct h.sriit-.ke- r tf 5-ticutsi;s 100 yenrs up tl:e iniquities of that chap. 10,001 bon sare wprtll But ho who pays th priaier le -i io destructive, as tbuy wore falsely repre- - j for the Union ss'tl'ey ever did against how little it does take to tip sonw f?ks "Bt Anaie onlymiledr I consider , . a peacock of fier iihb could; Tmt'for all noblest Roman is tho "nU." ; sentedtobc? it , A3 "lwvs in blue" the "bovs in off their balance!" Detroit . . fortunate to be able to earn such her bravo words I knew she was down-- ... .1 . The country is stronger lor the j gray i ij jjicjiiii tu iu sum .1..:. s o Tima was, aud Dot so long ago, Nottoway County, Va,, tho region "Pa, does the sausefce coe tneir uevo-t,t right fond of pretty things, V it really good wages.' sho says, V then be Pennsylvania has a Staie tax i uzun proveu mat non the Government with their walked awaysmilin still. won the s f the thermometer was ; Inhabited by the first settlers, and mado cuane oecauso u "aro its hole on Candlemas day d ek hurt ber to nave to wear old, faded watches, the results of which, as patriotic, as blood. Tiie)Charleston Acws and Courier ho Southern people occasional, but now it is j "X was gkd Miss Sniper didn't around for its shadow so as to Mtake a dresses, nr? bdhetts, five years JeJ dad Know ooparatiyely interesting by rommls ences of Captain by the Secretary of Intersal'-Aito conawotu, mat wacif siik rtrofis early spring. M3 says it doss.1' 'Wh If sh.l Mb aloved to bitch good practical pur- John Strith and Pbcahoatas, is fast re- loyal to the Constitution as fitUtrcn of remarks, "in the event of war there fairs. aro amusing. The poptiUitie-foO- t the style Bt;sa Raver.; said so. would its such a rush of southern duct the Government of the ,n eo taany ways that - be" are you talking about?" said ta. Tl W 4.500,000. shed wall mk church- Sanday after std aaything aboutdhat, Aaaia would P the Northern muskets and sabers bein tho State is about , aga SheVsrot it"nar.k'ivtf esinff almost as important : an instru- - turning to its primeval condition. "In which they are a part as dtsarmad and - V y - 'a' broke. down. was 9mri to the little boy. "It is the ground Sunday in her old blue delainett DfcOnle: - because the emblem of office eought whic? ber of voters last November - sr ..!.. a uaiBl,.-- e that comes out of its hole. jot tmer DOUOm of ner unuonniiy in- twenty years it will be a wilderness, a5 r ? low straw bonnet.lookin' - Poor 000. But in all this population .PHeet j. lT sage jri-i. u , The residents aro f lessened Eectonaliprejudi' e: because if would task tho War Department, and, hcat-- p ccosjj therefore, essential prophosies a visitor. sausage." "Well, ain't shSneJe,-- ; spk3b6ut IK- -. were only lvfj ljappy as if she'd been dressed like ai . In tl.: In I'nrmfino old and sad. lue. voting have cone to hao taught the negro mac 111s ngnts are all the other departments to boot to army of voters there II . n thp little onewHt o'JTe-h- lS" iiuki ." queen. ,p ,, , . watches, gold, silver and "eomBrS, slwst m more promising regions. ucer browse as safe under Democratic as nnd e Re- accommodate them. ' This is the right So it wouhl appear that there were"' roller skates j the Government has been asked to es- "Well, Luther he nover came over .Ve(fy. -7 rule, and tnat his independ- kind of ' tabnsh a legalized standard, the peti- - where cattle fed, and thi oak and pino publican But what a gttc, leavingthe old raaa to worry ever here after that without he had some elevation are bet- comment on the outrage shriekers anc year 4,454,404 Pennsvlvauiftn3, netew the incpient punster braflaag is often done the negro ence, sake 'bout my black silk, V he wait until the swelling of too early; tioaeVacit-ns- ' the frequence of accidents cover great plantations wheretobacco. ter assured. LGcause it bus satisfied the tbe Republican Mahdis. Albany Argus. of which had a watch. tho buds. caused by instru. once cultivated corn and respectable family- - I'm' Sm. Press. W Chicago Herald, lawto. Chicago Current. L. THNGS GO WRONG. s go wrong;- - ftckt to it before J-- Vd yr HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTwEY, FRIDAY, APRIL - nya " invitations,23TO. ETC.. OJkJCI AIVT- - S3B3B Xjm- - 17. 1SS5. VOL. XX.--N- O. givoAiooa y cm - ftB v. fcow-pon- low-ma- n. ' P'Ba --- vih ffjB? . -- - .. Jp--s- -- C unt-les- nvvmtfatfiBKw ? . J-- -' lf4rffyet rft c ?s4 t-- fe 1 fi-- bjK j ? ;- M- .. . TT -1 1 . -- E wntitcot,Aft T - 1 w- fw' bt-- r - j 1 -- Js- 1 solf-conti- ol tra-tltau- al, g iwefi-nt- , Gar-lau- e. l, n' 51,-19- prede-ee-sor- d wo-k- 1 -- -- a hs tax-payi- -- of Sunday-- d schools, s, farm-hous- e. red-face- d n, hes-ita- to ice-crea- m Bself-cock- er ash-ingt- on Nor-gi- sixty-seve- an , tlischan-Iellersnn . ., : BBEIafn'SY-M- , L -- . . I frh-!-.- AViniISl - yeara-oi;W- 3 fret-zs- r " .'. .her-r'v- " .- .. copper-colore- d .JfiWdir rose-hoe- d open-hande- d, - plump-limbeL-- p s e m well-to-d- o, CRI-A- jy - civil-servi- pre-docoss- mild-eye- d ti Times-Democra- t. a-- d IJelllx-ratlo- n, - teh-statn- p ico-crea-m u e. $&' . " x - mv .. y, oflice-holdo- rs sun-rise- s go-in- ' bep-'rin- " ''5 " 1 warm-hearte- d -- therc-wa3..allo- rs d, ex-reb- nnmiMiiiiMMfcjy 3C, warm-hearte- g, -- 's ss. ing-scho- ol , " "" o ivni-rnntn- ri ht one-ha- lf - Lor'-a-mass- -- y, -- for-ev- T. -- -- 11 five-legg- ed two-heade- r. ssays-'LutBe- 1 '- f-- ... " e. '?Jl a"i-portc- '! ft e C ,- p." 1 s t' m-se- lf FwPr' 1 an-lo- e;, fp 0 . 'i -- y -- - -- fc office-seek- ers Jwr" I -- 1 - T1 t-has -- -- ho-r?"m- d , a office-seekin- g. rto r badly-construct- ed mMm" M ehrwt ,-- & i I1- 11 ifr. - 4 RTFl fWX.'3SJiaKi'iSiJ v&mif&z&zJ2.zFrtiit &5rXSZ &SZ--4-il 3 oxsaaean a silent spectator but now- he elbowed his' way to the center Of the crowd and said to . me: " Yer name is Tho a3 Witein, fait?' G20BQE WARREN, Publisher. "'Yes, sir,' said I, for there was something in his manner that gave me hope and ya revived me wonderfuUV. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. "What's yer father's name?' vaa the next question! " 'Abraham Watson.' I replied. " VeptupZhaiSSgflreot suggoftJoas Be. 'I thought so. I 'most kaowed it,' raid AHASUERUS. patieaM, and nut ilia ye ever hear the old man and directions Satllost-mAhRs-jrarstranger, wan antl old, I would t WUi eys of tleop aul dark despnir,-Axi7 W gentleman such a " 'Yes,' said I. 'I have heard him tell of sr frosts iipcn his hair,mold, bargain In hrMaesh as would convince saving the life of a man by tiiat Bame, . while rafting logs on the Allegheny lUver.' Etocd by a jmvo's fresh openort him that t knw a thiag o two myself. And no one knew when he cams there. " 'That's 'nough ! that man was me!' ex-"The next mornlnK I UP and &wly soon as I wjald seo to travel. After a claimed the old fellow, sententiously. 'An Ho listened to the mournors' orlos, Iraain of thirtv-flv- e watched the tears they shod,H milee. I stopped for now, Thomas, I reckon I'll never git a five miles west of tho , ter chance to square up that account khan Gazed at the lowering or the dean, ' river. The t&nnad dav. about nine o'clock, right now, fur I ee youVo ia a might- - bad And With his wjoary, burninc eyes, StClrchcd the call face of him who read I struck the river at Brownsville, where 1 nerdicament, mighty bad. The "SevJo;, of lifo'B sundered ties. "" a man to row me across m a bmu. u'An'nov. neighbors,' he Said, turning The Father of Waters at this point looked to the astonished and impatient crowd, 'I'm MA!as! alasl" tho mourners wept, more hke a forest than a river, which effect Sorry to disappint ye, but I'll hev to do it "How can we leave our treasure hero this time. Ye mustn't hnrig that Iwy! treasure, cherished dear?" was produced by the Man Our swampy islands covered with a dense I'vo kndwed his father ever sence I kin And still the stronger strangely kopt paze upon each falling tear. remember lived right 'longside of him growth of timbeft, His And seemed to envy him who slept. "In those days, too, there were some half my life an' I never yet knowed him pretty tough nlaces and a good many hard to be guilty of a mean trick, an' it don't face I saw a history In his othor men. he'd bring up boys stan' , , customers alougthe river, and these islands to be to reason thataud liars, does his now? Unlike the woes of it 3 scanned it o'er and o'er njraiu, afforded a safe undconvep'.ont hiding-plac- e for all such characters, indeed, they wero I tell've the bov's innocent! an' ve mieht And queried of his name and race; Iiut mutely, fori did notdaro the common resortand Vuown rendezvous iest as well put away that rope, Neighbor Approach the man with silver hair. of all the thieves and desperadoes in tho uarris, iur ye won't git to use it " 'Now, I'll tell ye,' he continued, country. UN garments were the dust of years. 'I'm ROin' "That was why father had warned mo over to idy hotlse an to UtUe the bov right His feet were Bandalshod; "Who, who keep him thar'till not to make my business known until I was . Is this?" 1 asked, "that death would woo, uoon It's dri easy matter fur you safe across the river. Aud vou may be And in this foreign guise appeared sure I did not. I struck for tall timber ns to find Sut whether his story's true or not. Then slowly to ray side he drew And said: "I am the 'Wandering Jew, soon as I landed, not even stopping for Go back an' see. If 'tis, I "know ye don't dinner, although It was past noon. I made want to hnng Win. If 'taint, why, then, I'll "AbasucrusI cursed of Christ! fifteen mileAthnk afternoon, and stayed turn him over to the ollicers of the law, Living-- O, God of Abraham I vef night witp a farmer named Cheat- - but ye can't hev him to hang nohow, an' A life that more than hell doth damn. that's the end on't!' ham. Torture, that never hath sufficed . "With that the old man paused and faced To blot my black transsrros.Monl Viow "When I started on the next morning, I becan in .nnl- - i..tn'iu Tnr- - norses, nut the crowd, coolly and d6tiantly. But there The wandering', the unhappy Jew." there emel to Vfaw for sale. However, j was n0 demonstration, other than sullen 1 dared not speak a word; he knew looks ahd a few mattered imprecations. I about my breast, and yet The pity of believe most of his hearers had been conher aspr-- T coma &ot bis great em lorgot Uk l vinced otmyruoceu4id were hcarti'y ZA 'Gainst Him who drank tho cuip ofroo, , glad of the old manT interference. At And stretched his limbs dit luwbr mo' aiix On Calvary's crucifixion tree. datue .VWtryiUirtOdlSIWSO Nvltujuio iue ununcu uio in careu uu iiuuid ot his bm for just nim which was all I And bo hva, for he inline- diately turned tomn nnl And I had deeaftd the tale untrue, l if T iMnt: then. I sunnose thev storined and verinel A ghastly lerend, but tho weird wantlobaya good lorse; and without m" statements as they returned; at all And fateful being-- century seared giving me time toausner, went on to telM events tncy trouoieu me no more, tuougu And scarred, the fugitive, cursed Jow, h? ctnm. the old man kept nie with him till the Had sought tomb's side in his quest "He said his home as hi St. Louis, but next day noon, ns he had said he wouldv Tor rest dealed, asd'Iongod for rest. he had been at Work that summer for a "There is but little more to tell. It was another horse, And when I wiped the oloudy mist farmer who lived twoity miles further east. useless to think of That wet my cheeks, afar, afar, Ho had heard that mprning that his mother for I had not money cuough; and, beside--, I saw tho haunted travplory was lying at the point of death, and that ho that, my overweening was "Who can not hold with death u tryst; must come at once iQie desired to see her all foae. For the lirrst time in my life 1' On, on. he went no srlanca behind again in this world. Accordingly he wa3 realized that I was not as wise as 1 might! His mantle blowing; in the wind. hastening to the rirer to catch the first be. "There was only one thing loft for me tc down steamer. Buthehad no ready money; in the crave-yarlone I waitedthere was no human Until he had.takenthe horse in payment for his do go home and luake a clean breast of it; sound, Tile HicEinaii Courier, M,Wel! eaifttter, yon jmav fay it, anyway.' I'll lei you take arhundred dol-aought to get good With horse for a mtS than & Shown till Tom, don't let vear bosinws "aaroM tae river; and then lookout and don't get souio woru.otit bid Blag shoved on to you at a rs aro-weu r IJrief jrenUon Showlujr What Is a la Slodo mil What Is Xot. are important itms in chil- Hashes BMBkm of a snot of land droit's drt'sss. jwncnuiuiiuijuiuffn nioiivcs to in lrocks for young girls rn;rciy havo diwlry." x MiieC anjrtaodr of thetCroton' tflo'vors this spring. WO MISCELLANEOUS. Now South Wales produce4fs5 pounds of sugar last " "" FASHIONABLE POINTS! K yearJ' isJtunS A mI-S- " as .vS-latent- ly bt-thenir- ht , love-swe- low-lyin- g, , hoss-thiev- es I to-ua- y. . war. rk evcrv dren s i Itrttid is as ixinulur fnr ahlldrtm'a" as -" , man ix znuiu i. .v,.!-'- ,. o ujiro 4V fr 7 ,,uc oar OU lor uiu I Jay that ?" h"' J!.."10 The sprin ribbons of Skve terriers .ire the of a gentleman 9tu?r included not 'm us . rj uiue or roee piiiR. kjm iiits, out gool4iinorat-'-When a dress is said o be madg of tHMirttoy, kindness and honor 3ml 1. minded principle." X O. PicmiJluM bongahne, it moans that it is of Irish The (Hiitor of a Russian dailv thu- noitlin, , , . .. i , , muruvtiiNUUUi niinixf; , bailie-- wear mincnee oi noliotropeor anco: 'Ihe paper is bften in want 0f fine roes for coraage bouquets this information, often in want ofewr;oni! spring. and in want of money, and soirfptiraul The fashionable Howers for pontlo. wlwii it has all theoe it is in at 0fj gueii at tho moment ara Xeapolituu and renders." iK d'arma iolets. Tho mean duration of HfoinTVj! Chems are going out of fashion, the which was twenty-nin- e at the o,ifee of cor'et cover and short petticoat tnkmtheir plaee. the eighteenth centnrv. and tliirK-...;Kst,,r eanh and Kaster boxes ar al- J, from increast-- to fortv from rfifiilv ... v. ... III thtt hk, w Uiank t tho urn "ma ,Bav,, nw......1 the iliuuuu Ta froHtil business center of the oitv. sanitary bcienoe'. snort mantles denning the form with The State of Arkansas derlvnl (KM) per annum from it penitentiary hT a ja ket like effect, and with high shoulleasing the labor of eighty convicts 8 ders, will be the leading spring wraps. Jerev silk corset covers come in liht cigar manufacturers and handitm- orjr 2h0 others to farmers, the C'nsulttJon sliaues of color, and are finished with a being $8.75 per month and all usnenjus. frill of lace around the neck aud every-da- y 4 iiuvi iel,ris , mat SU.UyU.UOO frnllnns' 151oiife dreseti are rerrred for chll- - irr i , oia -- , -- .. nu nf 1 -- g....i.. .on. s r.'"tr . ..j-..- - - ., 1S1T-188- d u.,-g- ! - ami-hole- ?. 1 - 'changes V-- , nsl-pr- , I buj-in- g d Thcn.tiirwrarose upon tho mound. And saiik 'Heaven keep thee, sloopinjr onel Dyinjr te better than to bo ClothOTin such dread mortality." TVho holds a stern, nnhmkonntna Of life; for ages dun and grim, Has,bornoa tired heart in his breast, let is tho world's wild, wandering-guestSleep on your couches, O, ye dead ! fr.tn flfl livincr. hlo4 thn with thot And when a throat Alls, jfiay not "alas!" but say Instead-- . oeus Deneath the dew. rreciuuBaro Compared with of- - tho 'Wander- . -- think of I dream of bus. I The Jew,hira, Jow, undying: tho th' Je death-phleg- 5- - 4 Two ollicers fought recently in (goKne dimply because one of the coiutmH'ils when" leaving a cafe, had takeMHl' a Laura R. mat, in Cleveland Leader. wroag oaf) by mistake. Twentjseven slnts wero exchanged, and onera tho MY KARROW M duellists was killed. STRAWBERRIES. The exePiw of births over deShs in .8U, again An A.'wkward Scrape, and How I How Kvery One "Who Ha a Gnrtln May France in 1881 was He .Supplied With the Delicious Fruit. in 1S2, and 10&&9 in lSSlfTho Got Out of It. Evory one having a garden may number of departments, that loSpop-ulatio- n pyramidal, d style from this decline of thojxooss lavorwl by fashion this "tYoa want a story of frontier life, ehJ" secure delicious fresh strawberries with spring. of births over deaths is greaterSvery said Captain Thomas "Watson, in reply to Misios' spr.ng ulsters are out sacque very little trouble, if he so wills. Que year, and now amounts to abouffiurty the importunities of a company of Eastern shaped, with ploats back aud front, g of the most succossful growers for tho cont. It is singular that friends who were visiting him at his home bttuou all the way dowu. and are worn market in this country 13 Mr. Parker districts are tho prineim de- with a leather bolt, or one of tho maIn Wisconsin. "Well, really, I would like to oblige you, but I am afraid you will be Earle. who writes as follows: Now to faulters iu this resiRH't. terial stretched over leather, and a disappointed if I undertake to tell a story, The Territory of Dakota paynore buckle also covered with the material. begin With the beginner at the beginfor the fact is, Lwasnowr scalpedby InDepartment ning of a strawberry plantation : First, revenue to the thirty-tw- o Sorvieeable uhiters are shown for dians nor chased by wolves; never hugged take good land if j'oif can get it; if not than any one of a populationStatesf the younggirV early spring wear. They Tunes, an aporoprlate and weU ntted for by a grizzly bear, nor even so much as run as lap as are unide of (Jilbert checks or tlanuel I'nion, and Exercises JaSchools. 1'rlceSOcta, liaoperdoien. take poor and enrich UJf.you onu. If ifebrasku'orhas over bjr a herd of buffalo. Connecticut, and iearly serge iu brown or some sober color, and SPRING SEEDING. you are planting for home use, be sure MallaU for the Katall Price. "No doubt you thirik'it strange," continVermont and Ff riiia. you plant on sonic kind of land; if you twice as large as miles of ruiI'vay,G00 have a capuchin hood lined with red, OI.n'El J1ITSOX fc CO.. Boston. 2,500 ued the Captain, "to hear an old pioneer The Advantage of Seeding for Grn in blue, brown, or plaid surah or satin. C II. DITSOy & CO.. 8CT Broadway. S l"rle can't get good, take jwor. You can and It bo,s make such an admission, but it is true, and 27." ncwjpap-ithe Sprin;; Time. or Jersc s of wool rival those of silk for shouldgrow strawberries for your own more periodicals than anyXewEKlaud Veuluieisea. Absolutely strictly true However, I did havo a little The stooking of cultivated fields with suits. They are but table. If for commercial purposes, it is State except Massachusetts. Mr. T. H. Gafford, of Church HOI, aid., Trefmn Opiates, JSinetlcs aiuU'oUon. largo dress ft liv nrafded. with elalwralely and adventure one time when tho country was t Hercules grass and clover seed in the spring was desirable that flic' conditions should be Aryu.i. is so thankful for the restoration of his new. I suppose. I might tell you somePROMPT. Titan wmta lies, and buttons of small almost universal in this country fifty favorable. Select then the best soil you thing- of that, though it is an occurrence I wife to complete health that he is willing Cum. fr Cancbt, Coldn and other Throat and fl Elijah O. Allen is a very ome in every color and seldom allude to. The fact is I got myself can command such aS wonldgrow Me J h'-Lvnc AT Uxr sonn to certify- to the fact and manner of her rirrr Crm 4 Borr.c Aurtlloai. aud Duiua. man, who live in DallaL.A siii I as will as black and cream white. years ago and more. It was accominto a" very awkward scrape, through my .potatoes or corn- - Plow well In fall and TIIECtaiLlMA.TOI.ttIK rO IUIlbMfTjhrjUd.CAX. cure. To Airs. Eydla E. Pinkham: This ia , panied very generally wjth the sowing own foolishness, and I can never tell the sprTng; good common plowing will do. friend went to Houston 1L0 oth. .1 to certify to the grand effects of your a i"oits of jerseys aro as a rule, storv in sech away as to make it appear of oats, or barley, the grain being v, Vegetable Compound, ily wife was suf- fool away money in trenching or aad when he gut b ick Elijah Don't kji rr ot a contrastm? color with the at all creditable to myself. old M.ijor. B.iri, unless you like to. ferinp from a terrible disease which seemed deep "But whether creditable or not, it was jacket, and aro braided'or' plowed or harrowed in, tho ground and the certainly exciting enough, for to tell the to baffle tho skill of the best medical men. Plant in fall; not m spring'or summer. Has lie chauPsywfc p't. to inat li the lraid of tho jacket. leveled with a T$p truth, I was mistaken and taken, too for In setting plants don't follow auy "Changed! W In, 1 s'iou u She was inapoo.languid, depressed, nervand f visit rod with small lasting, metal, grass seed sowed upon the surface, ima horse-thie- f, and came uncomfortably ous condition. We finally concluded to try ' aridtoeraticdircctions. Don't dir a hole. Ira'? been dead more than time mediately following the bush. Somerochet or line enamelled buttons. near getting a taste of that sort ot justice hat 3 a fact. I w.is one of th(HTl- .the.n make a mound in the hole, then your Vegetable Compound and to our great which Judge Lynch so often administers to Thi iv is a great fancy this spring foi; times the 'ground was gone over again surprise the ialf of one bottle had not been tho luckless individuals who aro forced to sprenti the room equally all .jjqund ' ucarers at 111s. iiincrai. 1 was unfflxin" Freiuh wo-- novelties for combinations with the biuh or roller to give a slight gorto trial in his court. I, by the merest taken before there seemed to be a thorough . that mound and Tficn Mflpin tha pnrth of Bid Major Sfiooks, w ho d r about the in cos' umes. Even triple combinations covering to the seed, and to firm tho chance, happened to escape"; but many a change in her xohole condition, and now to through a sieve,a somo good people' same time, Ha he changed mliih of are ri' t infrequent in ono frock. surface. The two crops upon the samo poor fellow, ISss fortunate though just as day she is in good health and entirely resay; I say don't do it that way unless late?" Ttxas hijlimj. mnoceat, has been tried, condemned and Aft all. CmUgminCs Meengrrw&dc soil in one seaon w as thought to uo THE GREAT" The first jwitcnt granted to an inlieved from all former depressed feelings. But there was j'ou greatly enjoy the fun of the thing. econonry of labor. xecnted in less than an hour's time. a mistake about Miss Bryan T. H. GAFyoRD and Wife. The affair happened thirty years ago, That will do for a dozen plants, but it ventor in the United States is mentioned wcldir g dress. It was not 'embroida serious objection to this pracin a speech of here In Western Wisconsin, not more than Watflaigh, of is too nlow for large quantities, and a Cures Rhcumatisin,Neura!g!a, but, tice. The oat crop, if it was stout, ered In bands of orange blossoms," twenty miles from the Mississippi River. Confast, easy way ii just as good. Your New Hampshire, in the Forty-fift- h lUrkacbr, lltaituh, TMllarbr, aeeordmg to the PaH Malt dazi Ue. was smothered the grass and clover, and if "My father emigrated from Ohio with Sprain, IlmlM aad ather ,wellr prepared, plowed, gress. The Senator said: "An intell- ot while satin, ground being his family ia the summer of 1853. I was form to drought came on soon after tho oats outlining her I'alns and Aehr. t An1 Dm harrowed, and rolled, mark oil carefully igent gentleman of my own State has re perfection, and was trimmed with a were cut, most of the gras withered r Av Qtita At eighteen years old in July of that year, -- QuKT33ferred to me an act of tho General strong and catch" T!IEnilELl.TuT.ELK lO,IUll.6r,5Irjlji,CAl. but the other for row. Your plants, being well simple garland of orange blossoms and there was said to be a "poor children four of them wero considerably trimmed, should be dipped in water Court of Massachusetts Bay, piK?ed in around the bottom of the skirt, had a of the seed; the work must be done over "A Ely! is younger, and all of them girls". Father, and placed in a pail. An active hot 1646 granting to one of his ancestors, qure train and pouf in the back, aud nrr:iin Xot a few farmers still Cream Balm. I had cahowever, was hard to be suited with a ! JoMjph Jenks. the exclusive right of tarrh for, three year. In should take the pail of plants and place place to settle, and after looking around for a brooch there was nothing but a follow this method of seeding. timet week them deftly in openings which you making and wiling his improved scvthD spray of orango blosoms." In this later years, progressive farmers have Severalwould ableed. my awhile here in Western Wisconsin, he nose I pushed on across the Mississippi and lomake with a goodr,tpade. .Thrutthe for the fi));u-- of fourteeuj'earg. fThatJ sample robe she "looked Miranda-llkc,- " experimented with early fall sowing of Thought the core would Wo have Just issued a most wonderful and valuable 1 think, was the first patent granted to cated "in Southeastern Minnesota. Tho ppado in before you at an angle of forty-liv- e Tonr Balm new booV. which treats of diseases "peculiar to tho grass and clover without any grain never heaUme" Mrs. M. claim he selected was on a high prairie, female srx." and bavc spared neltherpalns normoney baa cured an inventor in America. . The improve is the remark of the Pall Mail.X. Y nrnn. There should be a previous ro A Jackjos, rortimoath, degrees, the boy puts in the plants to make I worthy the pern I and confidence of tha Situ. about forty miles back from the river, and women si. ovir our land. Every mother. wife, sister while you withdraw the 'spade and press ment referred to changed the shorf; seven or eight miles from any timber. tation of corn, or potatoes, or other X.U. and daughter Is deeply. rffaHiMntere st ed la thfi itreat thick, straight Enrh'th sevthu infb thfe fertilizers iir dpachter and mriclf the earth lirmly over the root3 of the work, and should send for it without delay- - IiVdU be 'It was late in the season when we dehoed crops, with abundant DRESSMAKING. creat tQlterers from casent to any address n the world Frre orCnr. Read longer, thinner, ourred implemonwith, cided upon a location, and began making a plants with your foot. This is easy to from the stable, and deep plowing and tarrh. era eared br Ely's itearcfu.ly study it well, and you will glean Informa""The DlterMtr Sow lVrnilttetl a Subjccl home. But all hands went at it in earnest, Balm Mr tion that may prove more valuable than ad the wealth fining of tho soil with the Creamwas restorei-G- eme of do, and a man and boy can set four tmuu.twi. hroi.iv iiv, iji ue?! n. thorough ell and we had soon put up a comfortable little of the Ilothschllds more precious than all the genu i""f Tor Gonenil Coiisrratulntlon. s jicrctiat. thousand or iive thousand plants in a or turope a royairy n may taw yvuri.jii harrow and lirming of it with the roller, house, and had cut and stacked a sufficient llanta, Ga. llBaDriELD ItEbtXaTOB CO., Boxi Thena are radical diiTeroncos and wide LIVE STOCK. day in good shiipe. Cultivate carefully work, if done in Septcnibcr quantity of hay to winter our stock a i " cue remedy m span of horses and two cows. For the'ani-mal- s and thoroughly, but very shallow nevt to divergence In sUles nowadays, and it is fr.iU to a .sntisfacfon catcli oi based upon a cor- thoiJfiinis mis ena temporary stable was constructed, the plants. Do this all hummer, let uo t An Authoritative...Kstlmatetup L . . .. . .. ot uouniry. I neoessury to use judgment, and not beed, and to make a thick, heavy sod rcci aiagnoaisluordeoended HAY-FEV- ER case and can which afforded excellent shelter. It wass hit ii i .irui .iiiiiiiiaiH in a ppon. 10 cents drng--i weeds grow Let as' mauy runners the following season, and to bring simply a frame-wor- k ti. , .Mr.l tin n iti..n tn.n.lr ta tttto t!isniJVS isia; eucenrs Dy mall regof poles, covered and radical nr. According to a recent estimate made sehso an idea simply because it is new permanent meadow, that, with time aad then have thesa retorn aealn. I man a or grow as will make a narrow matted istered. Sample bottle by mall n cents. enclosed with prairie hay. FXIXIha I hTB tn4 th dlase of Frfi xmxrST to the indiELY nROTUEKB. Bruggiiitii. Oweso. X. row, cut tho balance; keep the middles bj tho National Bureau of Agriculture or different without regard ttudv. Iwarrant loyiemaay tocara BICEN'EsS a top dressing ;nay be kept in "Although it was now the middle of Notna worst cum. Beasa olhers have failed Is no reason tow vidual for whose benefit it is appro- meadow for a long series of years, al- vember, wj had Leen too busv as yet to get clear. Mulch in tho fall heavily be- the present number of farm animals in not niwrwlvlniracnreL Sendaioaenlnr treatise aa: a u any wood, except just enough for present aad Foil Trre Bottla of mv infallible remedy. Give tween the rows, lightly over the plants. the United States is 1J2.S14.336. Thi? priated. The new straight skist', foi ways provided that there is but ono OSes. It emtsvoo nothing for a trial, and I wia rararea. use. We were about to set about that work H.O.B0OT, jarearl8.KiwYor AdJreesPr. example, are clmrmjniiine,i)icijiroiii-s- o. Don't disturb them in the spring. crop'of hay cut in the season, and tho when an accident occurred. Father fell includes ho'r-emules, miloh eows, If you pick for market, pick every oxen, from, the roof of the house oae morning and simple, sweet ami aitracuve umt evciy aftermath Is not grazed. The main obsheep and 3wine, Compared with one falls in love wili them but they do jection to this practice is, that it come3 broke his right leg. Fortunately, it was day; put no poor ones in tho boxes. If not a bad&r&otarej mother and I, with tho you eat these berries you will bo glad one year ago there has been a consider not suit every one. They are exceed at a time in summer when the teams removal ot help of "a 'neighbor, were able to 'set it' 'l'JtJCVTK fUEK. I fruarant'e the days. Radand aro IlOt at Uieir DCSI., uuu bu:u aui ou planted them. If you sell them I able increase .all arouudlwith tlnj.ejw ingly well adapted to youug or a'l symptorus In ten fe. CTKRY at least t without much difficulty. iuu 1IIIH1LHT oi yviiiiui' alWfo old lading; to. the former they more nressin" lalwrs in other directions. hfCDEivT TKANaiOTSKCijrv&jsin a ical relief from first dose. Send for 1 realise. Testihope you will get well;paid. 1'rairic UDjuiVU Ul Biui-j"But 'misfortunes never .come singly,' the Merchant. airi Hiava decliued from 40.620.626 in the iinpmt an air of (juajnt and delightful Th..rn 5t a stronir temptation for farm tboruuch Ilan complet' liianccr asFor fall part lcu- - monials, etc free; ten days' treatment free bv jnatl pa'lents. Trader or says the proverb. The very next morning, Turmcr. j, tir In every day life. ,earlypart of lpl..to oU,360,2I3 in 1855. simplicity, which, alas! nowadays docs ers of limited means to delay the fall lars address Kastmaa ColUege, i o.cti)3ic x cw a ui&- to all Avenue,II. II. OUF.nN. M. D., SS Touea Atlanta, CeurKla. when I went oat to tho stable to feed the CURRANT-BUSHE-S. horses. I foaad one of them stretched out IfiMrei?1 icre;is.a,for thgjfar Is 2C0l3S3fl noV often ovist exejit in Uict gowns; seedingif they approve of it, until No- WiLHOFT'S FEVEB AKO AGUE TONIC . ito- R. U. AWARE as stiff as am Egyptian "laummy and as ' "iiiiii imnuuuiniiv IS owing Ml UHJ 1C- - to the latter tinware .appropriate vember, when the young grass and for all diseases THAT deadms Julias Caesar. This was a serious The Way They Should Ito riautcd to Se-- duction of the duty on foro.gu wooU.The fre- from on njubnuice, and suited clover.- just starting is liable to bo by malarial polaontn; of caused loss to us "at that time, for we must havo . enre the itest IlcsiUtu. Lorillar&'s Olimx Ping report shows that there lias been a con to an age wh.isi. serenity rests; upon thrown out bv the freezing and thawing such as Chins and Fever, theblood. fuel and a team of some kind to get it. bearing a red tin tag; that toriUard, Fever and Ague, Sun Fains, Dumb The most important point in setting siderable increase in the alue of horses,, pornianent foundations, aud is past ami to perish" The lato fall and early . "Father was at first completely discour- pfTArt. H n.f T,mi fflne cut i that IxoinanT ChlHs. Intermittent. KexnlUent, , aged. "Wits-onlso,' a broken leg, he had been " 'Yes; just so, just 1 observed the out currant bushes is to set them out. ......u-.- oxen auu othor uunic, whilc bemf Navy Cllpplnca.nnd that LorilUrd'a HnBs,are favorable weather bv inc wiiims ami winter often furnish Bilious and all other Fevers caused. the beat and cheapest, anility considered ? . inclined to take a hopeful view of the situa- onntunmn. drvlv. when had finished mv there a heavy decrease in theJ ehann of faalilon. Some ladies also for plowing, and a thorough preparaby malaria- - It is also tho safest tion, thinking I would be able to keep the storv. And then turning to the crowd of Set them where you can cultivate on values Of milch cows, hheen. and best cure for enlarged Spleen and swino. find tho "hoiMcmaid" stvles convenient tion of the soil for seeding. The more Vr.TZ Tor A.M. B.ntlM ZnirsTtsf ef nt. ' family suppled' with wood. But this sturdy backwooasmentuat surrounded me, each side of thorn, and not against the A k f S iaa- A nnul; JUcr,vrl la An tat (Fever Cake), General DbUIty table accompanying the report mows for indoor ear nnd A welcome reliel of this that can be done in a season of second misfortune was too much for his lie saiu; hmmi ta tinaoi aa Traia ameneax aim laa ' As i heartl the fellow's fence or wall. andPcrlodlcNeuralsia. EyForSalebyallDrogglst. often treated, Ur? llaitrstt CaUUcat t Msiaie Wkl aaa the changes In values for theyearffrora from drapery which must come to griei comparative leisure the better. Seed philosophy, and he at oace resigned him-se" 'Gentlemen, you've ericas. AUoaaoOr.f rods with bottom 51. CHAS. F. KEELERVroD.f Chicago, til. are a nuisance. The bushes soon which we learn that tho value of horses sooner or later in any s'crious cncouutci, sowing at this funo is not a safe pracRCDDINO A CO. it?' to r A. tottbjoi. MdtlHTitried to appear storv. What's your opinion or the crowd, ! ' V cheerful, but' her cheerfulness was evili S3 " :It's a lie! a liel roared B tffe ar. h SiE become stunted and covered with moss, increased $18,448,547; mules, $(!27V with hard work Uut it will bo found a tice in this latitude. But in the early dently assumed, and did sot altogether 7'J1; and oxen and other cattle, $li;lo.-8)mistake to makeup dressymaterials fot spring, when the frost is out, and the hide the anxiety she strove to conceal. " 'Well, then, what ifaall we do with the, caterpillars destroy tho leaves, and On the other hand the vae of drestv occaMons in the plain and pracwhat few currants we get are small, uu- "Our oetabbors at that time there were h5m raraanct. i ....f! ICf.A.k MsaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBVBVBVBSiaaavBaBVe'eBpaBaBaBVK'vpBr HrrT n1taw9ajBitfsa MttmikUiM niiilch'co's fell off to Hie dtenrof3l0,-5a3,55- tical "stlo adaoted to those intended for SOW the oniy tnree iamilies within ten miles of us 'Hau' """ ' other exda- - ripo and nearly worthless. y Why should .zrcame in occasionally: andtrlaita iwr. shecp"ta.tlummtfun( of'Bll,- - walking and working. iJeiir in nnjid, fi","-thnv lift r.tlirnvi:i ? Tluu ?irn npvr'i a TTir ?i mpmlnW- - i Us Bp6ffWlhg vo aelp as in alyWky thev. ',?' iBBBBaaaaaaar X. t r- et., 5w Tork. flf nature manured, HI IlIRSCKKWLAWStOaecra'aAyfrem IfilriuJtrmotremcTetl'tflanyone anu ciiltivatedfor hoedrnreS 92iO."GijxnUiwin-;fi-tht3-m"K uiu relievU k U 1 Rw commUalOQi : let-t- r conia.j Bfc their iriendlv, .jious responses lv pruned, neverno eflorta are made to 889.45R. The aggregate docreaaftJQSlS.- - Idesign, or similar sot oi uosns-- . mai This iaj not juuim-"- "to be done with a weresithUW,likely is and tho ed IVaslouaandrccrease; offers ot assistance failed to take any which PK -,. incited. il itf.D ewsraidaj t. nt' eand "r success or no fee. Write for eipcriewxlfyeaAt circulars as lawv valuo of all farm animals amounts to draperies havo not been relinquished grain crop sown at the same time. It Ad ira definite shape, while the wood-pil- e rapidly IllTllll! &OH. CtocHlBiM. OMaV A. W. MoCOUiUCK "I scanned: the JVern and resointe- - iaces destroy the caterpillars until half the 41.9(55.073. Much of this decrease is 4) . ed tn itau, OS mi vi::HH'trE dwmdledjway.Me of the men around me, but they were co.d leaves are stripped from the branches. b5caue stra'ght skirts havo come into can not bo done upon our Treated and cared, wlthoat the lalfe. The prospect was certainly a cheerless due to the decline in value, for wp'find fashion; that rutlles havo not gone out soils without manure and thorough UIKin Beaor''a,a?,,''.'of Musical InMrnmcnU too clar a case' There If any of our readers have such bushes, sent free. Ad3res Itoot ca one. I don'fciMiifciMjihder that tie folks and pitiless. Music to F Demx, Eric, Fa. CANCER F.L. POSD.M-D- , Aurora. Ease Ce,a. wasa't a shaiSvof doubt about my guilt, the first things to do is to set out new that there was an increase o 43,516 because tucks havo come in: that po- preparation. Tho stirring and mellow- Hlftiu I and So down-krBgrew and despondent, as as matter, and I knew they ones on new land. Let the old ones re- milch cows during the year wh'lo'tho 'dAI)Y!HEN and FARMERS' theyunquesaaMhr did-.- Attbaead of. a meaxt exacUywhat they said. These men, lonaises are made as well as belted ing of the soil is a substitute for maHOQ DISEASES. Tha "Arm aiw Haawwr decreased value" exceeded ten andahalf waists; that bastpie continue to exist in nure onlv within limits easily reached. week mokmrjwm inaud ne vniruis "Arm and Hshnnpr" hrn,i brand Soca and SaJeralus h used mi oreat' aiek from loss yoa mast remember, were not desperadoes, main until the new ones come into bear. while and Keejung Millc Pans Sweet and success ter the preventiti aad ewe al HOQ,. fer Clea3 of sleep ao4 rerwcKk-farmers and, as ing and in the meantime give tho old mdlions of dollars. So, too, in tfiecase connection. with draped and llouncQd Thoost results are to be, gained wilrt father had but honest, i wean, it is ths Best for alt been nndeaiablv irritable and cross from a rule, peaceable and ,. ; dinrr tlmt vou can renroduce citizens. ones a dressing of mannre, cultivateor of swine, Tho increase in number i inubi;r:A airi 9(ncT ma ese. a liberal application of fertilizers and a the first. I ssppose be had a right to be, But they had suffered often In this way becfB3Ps riousthoid Purposes. i Uix with the awHTs feed. considering his aches and pains, and the fore; and just as often as the law bad faUed fork and hoe the ground around them amounts to jjn.vw, while the decline in almost anv design you have seen for the thorough preparation of the soil. "if weight of care and responsibility resting to protect their property, just so often had and keep down the weeds, afterwards value is given at$l ,69y,45G. ,(f oajbar- - past five vears and with a verv little American Agriculturist. & fashion. upon him; but altogether it made a very it failed to puatsh the thieves who robbed cut out all dead branches and all that in" our live siock witn other COUntrinc niodificat'ionVou will be in the 1- 5t "o vP. sLSaVwsaaw dismal household. I worked outdoors and them. Tjhe Average ...Cost of Living-- . The diversity now permitted is a subare so iar gone as to no nopeiess. as a we find that European Russia!5,!,- To insure obtaining onlv tti Attt jtTT.r-j stayed outside as much as possible, partly xSSs they wero sure of- field crop, when you have access to a has more horses than the United Slated ject for general congratulation, because "This time, or Balcratna. rm-- It In "tkiti1 m,irri..j i from a desire to be doing something, and their man as however, ui.v .a"ir,f.Tlm.Sw... thnx- - thought and had deriTr?.".?lea'.. JTrZ How many persons have even a rough the number in the former being 17589 admitCofindividu.il adaptation. More , . partly to escape the unpleasantly-dolefit Cfs thmr rm railroad station or near marketvand can 18-and v twmii i i , in tho latter 11,564,572. &reat thought and care are required on tho idea'ot tho average sum upon which by indoor atmosphere, pi! i " TiaSt, s19Tr"rI.Jiv.w'minuto to think secure pickers, currants can bo grown r, but this im"It run along in tl(s way about tea days before tfaa pkeeaian addressed mo'tdrain. with cdnsiderable profit. But vou must Britain has only 1,414,377 horses part "of the tho larger part of the citizens of th'e before father mads up his mind what to prevents thorn far PURGATIVE " Yountriaan said he, 'you'vo heard plant on rich land, or make it rich with France. 2.818 S00; and GormanvrStf methods a proves her United States aro fed, clothed and do. It must have Been near the end of the our iiAr.sin t ., linvn anv prepara manure and keep the so'l all through tho .116. The United States leads allfrntw from becoming monotonous. In fitting housed9 A recent statistician estimates1 month, when Neighbor Gordon came over tion to make, be about iMoryou have only-te- growing season well cultivated and free countries in thoijiumber of cattle Ex- rfwai-fa- t home be carefnl to take it up one day and talked with him a long time- minutes ta Uve !' and ho took out the that eighty pencent. of the population as,soe a he was goae, mother called and from weeds. Were we about to set outj clusive o.f milch cows, tlie number im fronvtho back, rather thau from nar- of this country is supported by from and noted the time- me in. do anything several acres oi curranisrwe snouui set. this country is 2D,S66,573. RiMk back should always be 'front;' the "What did I do' I didn't .. "Wallm .vui, I ..(J fU mi enierea fortv-frr- e t i to fifty cents per capita" a dar. PoaitlvelT you do? oiu uiuer, JJJlonsneas. aad all HVEB and SOWZL Comslalnta, MALARIA. feet Europe has 27,32,219; France, dlj44G --, row, so that the shoulders shall be the room ana sac aown ov the fire. Iv only Udak. What else could I tellIf you. them out in rows not less than-six- : BMWD POIWr"d Sku, Diieaaeis (ONE PILL A DoaE). T can't foit-.w&Rtt.iinA.i. t no 253: and Germany, 15,785,322. Austria thmwn back and the chost thrown out. At tho latter figure this makes S164.25 havo antf equal- - 4 UIR nn n?nita valaaMe- CatharticIT andXl ver FflL--For JemalaVtlmeWltmllStuI. thea. T.nM about made u p my mina to send you off to If vou hav nur afnod-facIT n AIXHia nriCKJ Ilannlann ". to face with apart, and three feet apart in the rows. lias more cattle than Uroat Uritain; the"- average annual cost of r' buy a horse. ''jOHMSOK & cS75sTOX."SaS Si 5b otfc la staatpa. w'uabta te?TSioTi-HIB."Wa BMalVlwmiri m hundred the 6bli"c thee who aro boing fitted to as as by average we mean the baia jce e grim monster, as rdidtbenLyon cant This would give twenty-fou- r our neighboi rcorby axing up ji 1 twenty bashes per acre, boven or numbers respectively bemsr 8.5S4 n77 stand in this way. Rring the sleeves, but,' and - .w ng, gee annjf H '! Itv fbn J.l rrf -. u i uuuiuui ursnecu well up on the siioniuer. anu uo uui between extremes, there must be fflany batitWnk a nuiuo v vij" " """the best BnvTubetc buv a horse. Wo one closeHSBI MBCeS, ana but never any- eight feet apart would be better. Ane, "" L nueu who havo not even this sjm to call since then, Mates stands second, Ruia make thorn too tight. Thpy should al- -. the most popular red variety is the cherry must have the swine anv wav.-- thing that took the stiffening so completely curopo navmg oipzwrs andTthi- wavs give room to tho movement of the ivo upon. That fifty cents adsyisa ii and we might as ell have tho use of it this ".. Lxchanje. - viump. . . ..ftuMh at the generous estimate will he a hnitteil when countrv o0.360.243. Great Britain olbow'and the arm in vuAt a mav thmk ' "rivaAliaii-asrag. You going fb trus you o make cowardly and " "English as she is spoke"by foreign- - loUojv withA26,068,354, Francej. with shoulder; too tight sleeves. have caused it is remembered thai many nvll'opera-tive- s 1 bratnl of Hw new i SAVAK4. purchase. Neighbor Uordon offered to the wbatyouplgecall'we I was thoroughly earnonlyffrom tivotocveJaollars go unmanly, if ym will but CIOIK OOiTFiNY. Uberal arrai TORS SAtAKT or ers is always amusing, anuaisoas -- sneis 12,516.081, and Germany with,19,i&,-862- . paralysis :n those who uso their arms OoxxiastoK paid to tha risht man. for me, but I'd rather send you. I have friehtened. t ,a further sarlaea. week-tried wrote.'' Here is a Japanese specimen: andrthat the wasre of farm mv mouth and JK. uu icnnfl aiznae as OBC0, Inthenumber of swino the United much, in writing for example. Use as a engaged him to haul a load of wood to last v crtxcAA t 4 . ZlX.A r m Onn.1. UMLKa : f ronj twenty to IBS navw IUNK & HAVANA CtOAR 5p. irrulS U1CU solemnly be- - "Notice. Shoe manufacturer. Design States beau the world, the aggreo-atwane you are gone little lining as possible, fcmrah skirts hands runanu iuuj. n nursethirtvjdollars S7 atroaavray, Miw Yortu v t&coBSin o ouuia so) ui.u on uuiug. um a montn, n. i n i "STB XJ rrsLf3esz- k.. -. f a I awav.-bat anv choice. The undersigned beinc: being 45,142.657. The nejuvt approacli may bo lined or maue up lined, dead . .WI..A .21t:H VAO nen u nor light persons are oiteu supportea. niHHQTOB ahMkr j Jbre &I fiXii-- A ..: knowalljabout-Mustanbad ensrasred Ions: and succeeded with their to this is found' in European "Russiil, imfiw silk should not be LiaHn. if therA iDuiaSni they Bfs. JMiHiM Mts a-- : ;a-- nrennt wJiere noceHsary for is reniembertHl, too. that orae other Ua?.? sm Mte ebeeU Reese, is tae capacity at shoo factory of Isekats, in Where the number is 10,839.093. "Of the -- i,5 T MTtillt. ttmmr ' iment. Jkw do. Not to know is aa WBqected deliverer. !Bliues.inuarted. Set, Tok:o, it is now established in mv Ka- - countries which excluded our ho"Tprod-- . strength: nor velvuteons. except in the human beinjrshave a yearly fiacome Mostly. 'Aad I'think it's the ' "He old fellow, but necessary br Jhe ? we eaa ao.Hnder the circumstances.' thing I could w&s a a --ni iiielilorFaMaUat Moato. 38 Jiat rirrrinfit ln Taek. - tniLSj, prance uas oniy o,ooo,oiu,v ann wiwl? and as facing; nor any wools, ' equal to what not to halt " Then easily bverloqk that in considera bilitv at undermentioned lot all furnl,aOppa. 8l kaoiaftd to thins- it uuU '. as before remarked, they are sisteneo of 50d or 1.000 of me. He Ished will bo attended in moderate term Uennany ,M)d,TJl. lho wliolemimw A.N.K-- E. readered 1020" up" on a lining. French dress- - j age" mortals,, Ae startling contrast afterwards learned, . with Pobd aualitv. An order is accent - Insr is favorable to thellnited States nnd' irMMM-Ea.WMian wsa aba my U rnmnnla.. one tween the extrgmesof our modern so-- f niiEwu WtlEX HK1TIXO TO IBTEKTinBI WeM' tMnn.intwl With mOSt Of mniWoD of tU OvTn.Tfk' "J k.;.r.Ar.tltl nnnn rarelv uselintng, and this is . In plfaa ay joia desire for a feorse was SS&feSWsMpiw. Uv la ciety must be most evident. lfiiladcl graceful skirts. f thV mcaVuro. and it will'be Torwarded'. value of one branch of our NatioTal re tim Kw.rats of their fj J?f??J?5! ,aau y; awiaae mv name i pAio diullelin, sources Philadelphia Press. Demorest'a Monthly. U. Inoya," Exchange. in furnish. the-doo- m durable-on-tlin-knee ESCiE. able-bodie- d; -- summer's work, because the farmer could not raise tho money on so short notice, and he was'determined to sell him before he reached the, river. He would selljhim for half his value; fifty dollars would buy him, he said. en, i looKeo. sue norse over: I examined hlm,closelV, and for aught I could see, he was perfecUv sound and all right in every way. 'Here is my chance,' I thought, 'to make a bargain that will cause the old gentleman to opett his eyes.' Sol told the lellow h would, give him just forty dollars for the terse, and not a cent more; and he took me np quicker'n j'ou could say 'scat!' But I didn't think much about that just then; I was only too glad to pay him the money and call the horse mine. "Tho young man started on toward the river as soonashe hadpocketod the money, and I never saw him again. The farmer, who had watched the whole transaction, lived near by; sol got dinner with him, and also fed my horse, which appeared to have been "After dinner I mounted and started for home, jubilant over my great bargain. However, I rode along quite leisurely, as I didn't want to reach .the river that night anyway. Everything went well till about four o'clock, wlfen, much to my surprise, I heard a tremendous clatter of hoofs in the road behind me. Almost nt the samo instant my horse took fright at a partridge that flew upat the roadside, and dashed off down the road at the top of his speed. I tried ray best to stop him, but could not. I jerked and sawed oa him with all my might, but for all the good itdid I migbtas well have yanked on the rock of Gibraltar. "However, after running a mile and a Pegasus seemed all half, my at once to change his mind, and stopped almost as suddenly as he started. I immediately dismounted and led him outside the track, in order to give the horsemen behind nie an unobstructed passage, as they were pace, and I coming up at a. break-nec- k thought it best to let thempass before I on again. - started . "But they didn't pass! I quicklywk found myself surrounded by an excited crowd of fifteen or twenty mounted men. They seemed terribly in earnest about something, and I soon found out what that ', Something was. " 'What's npj' said I, inquiringly, as the crowd closed in arouud me. . ' "Horso-thievareXnp, and likely to go still higher!" was the significant reply: and there was something in the tone ana maimer in which it was uttered that set my heart to thumping like a for I saw in a second just how the land lav. "'What do you mean bv that? and what do you wantJ' I faltered, though I woll knew what was meant and what was wanted, but I could think of nothing else to sav. " 'What do we want?' echoed the powerfully-built, horseman, who seemed to be the leader of thecrowd. " 'Why, we want joimy flae- follow, and theliorse you have there:we want you real bad, too; we've followed you since early this morning, and we're mighty .glad to see you. But what made you stop so sudden just now?' " 'I stopped to let you pass, sir,' I answered, truthfully, "That seemed to anger my surly questioner at once. 'Young man,' said he, 'it'll do you no good to lie about this business. You can't come any oi your snarp aoages onus! Bat if you've anything to say for .TnniMolf. Time' the tfm ti snv ' "Anvthing to say for myself! What told, the truth, they cpuld "I say? If I would not believe it, for the circumstances were all against me. They had caught me with a stolen horse ,Inmy possession, and to all appearance I 'hail tried my best to get away from them. If any further proof was needed, they would find it in the fact that in age, size and general appearance I closely resembled the actual thief! "In vain I racked my brain for some expedient by which I might extricate myself From the trap into which I had fallen, for I fully realized the peril of my situation.- Wnee 1 tnougm. i wuum ueuy my luenuty, give an assumed name, and make up the best story I could for the occasion. But, fortunately for me, I finally concluded that, as 1 had done nothing criminal, I ftould tell a straightforward story and , abide the consequences. "Accordingly I told them my name, and also just when and where and how X got the horse. That wasreally what saved my life, too, though it had no Immediate hard-ridden. hard-mouthes trip-hamm- I did so; but O, how mortified and humil; iated I felt! "However, I lived through It, and havo since come to the conclusion that the experience was worth to me all it cost my father; for I learned that it isn't always best to take advantage of another man's necewity, and also, the importance of adhering strictly to the truth at all times and under all circumstances. "What did we do for a team? O, we found a chance to buy a horse near home. One of neighbor Gordon's brothers had moved in from tho East while I was gone, bringing with him three horses, and father bought one of him. Then I went to work; and I worked like a beaver all that winto atone for my expensive folly." ter - C.trvine L. Irood, t'n 1 'outh's Companion. ,, &$v l!Miftiut flue in lift CnUmor sfncSlho i formed it, the Duke of Argyll "Si- E. torster. John Bright and Mr.W,on retiring, to be superseded b Lwiir" lhigford, Sir Charles Dilke, Eadpcrby hud Mr. Trevelyan, reHfti el m A Key West pajier sa s ajoJnHl man went to the hh market ffiW'y bought a conch, and upon j" shell was surprised to Unci M""e11 trea.-ur- e in the shape of a hjj0,ne pearl tho sixe of an ordiii:fV!jjR;H,1 which ho subsequently sold f dollars. ti,n3 The old idei- .that slow-gro" was stronger than Uiat Jfer 'quickly is disproved by recant ip4 m England, o far, at least, as o&tig con"hiokojy cerned. Second-growt- h Usually more valued for the IIumJw of axes, 'hammers, etc.. "and thegnual rings slum-- it to lw of swifter HVth thau the iirt stock. T J Duelling in Germany sho)sJp decrease, notwithstanding the jgdery - I'M. -J- IKv9L'ldon AT. 1'. FT dltncillsttltVil .Jsni.ivoii-.niltt-ofeilk'"inSt(in(crrnif v.nr lllflr. ,nVl, pnik 01 ue. or omer colors, according to the costume. Even mantles of wool are trimme-with gold, s'ther. and steel braids, while jackets glitter with nital buttons, braid ?ray W fg", -- and girls under twelve wear four and Suede aud glaco kid gtovus, jut like their 'older s'sU;r. Tli pugs blanket for early spring wear is 01 orange and brown checked Gilbert cloth, bound with oranro satin and braided with gold. ivnayan suituigs are canvas woven camel's hair novelties," that come in "bdth jplain colors and bars ami plaids, suitable for combinations in costumes. For evcry-da- y iie,o the catdiuiere Jersey glovo is. the correct wear for oung girls and children over seven, and the colors preferred are golden brown and tan. Mi-se- Ud eonl. s tan-colore- d, ed against the eutom, and moreccr is now practiced on th most trivlMPlea. 7,-0- 27 An abenrd fashion prevails in some circles of having the name of ono's pet dog engraved on a miniature card, and ha ing it at the hou of an intimate friend along with one's own. Black stockings are worn by children with smits of all colors. Those of ribbed wool are preterm! for spring wear, and for boys the "common sens1' stocking is the favorite. Those square-crone I Fanchon bonnets that ap)Kared last summer are revived, given a poke or capote brim, according to fancy, and trimmed in the w steeple-crowne- pr thffi'ine-growin- "Po-tofli- ec B (A Curiosity. FARM AND FIRESIDE. fc Many good cows aro spoiled by alOin'tsjo: ten me, oir,' where I lowing them to slecD out some warm a young night on the ground before the frost is might linda situation?" asketl all out. Be caretul to keep the cows in man of' Chicago citizen. "I am a skin; uv nigms until tho ground geta warm. etMnrmf CCrC IS beautiful. all but her was the reply. Vrairie Farmer. "What?" and nobody has ever told "Oh, Sjthiny at all. I am not Cocoanut Drops: Ono ponnd of put is her how easy grated cocoanut, one pound of pow- afraid offork." dered sugar, a scact quarter of a pound "Got any recommendations? Beauty on the skin. Beauty of Hour, and the "Well,Do; but I am industrious, I n whites of on the skin is Magnolia IflS six egjgs, Mix well, drop from a spoon am honcA I go to church regularly, I into flic pans and bake in a quick oven. don't dnnk.I. don't smoke, I don t The Household. chew." n apply around the t Neglected peach trees grtiw ill "Ah, shaped, with long limbs which often corner atthe."Dime Museum. Cqlt-break. If each spring, half to the length of tho shoots of tho Further Evidenca of Mcrlf. Washington, D. former year is ctit away, the result will Mr. S. bo a compact head ami more and better C, write: "& severe cough and throat Major R. R Nicholson, favorably irritation. Red Star Cough Cure gaye fruit Toledo BUvle. relief.. permanent known in Wheeling, W. Va.. writes: - . Puddinjr: Yelks of two eggs: one t had long suffered from a disNevub call man . liai". Tell him that jmi, ui iuuk: a coupic oi cracKers rolled order of tho bladder and kidneyav line, nutmeg, and a tablespooaful of he is folly capable of holding a Uer- ia the J eather complicated with weak nerves, sugar. Bake half an hour. Beat tho ald. whites with sugar to make a frosting. poor digestion and had blood. Lifo Spread on the top. and place in tho Pirt's jTooTnACireDROrs curc!nlmlnute,25c was becoming a burden to me. Tha Glom" SuipJiwSoap heals and beautillcs. 25c. ovon to brown. Ar. E, Farmer. uso of cathartic mixtures and CKuLisCoKA'EEjiovEK Ulla Corns k Bunions. Ddn't forget that tho pasture" fields diuretic compounds only afforded should have some attention, at loast as ' me slight temporary relief, and-- I f It's hard to lav aside anything for the well as the grain fields. Weeds, briers future,'' cackled the hen as tue farmer despondent and discouraged and Hushes should be eradicated from her latest effort. frew 1 thought my case entirely them just as carefully as from the pohopeless until at tho recommendaA Bargain in Corner Lota tato lot. Many farmers would be astion of my nephew I began the nse' s That most men des.re, but to keep frou tonished to know how greatl the pasof Dr. Guysolt's Yellow Dock and Mragagrave in a cemetery lot. re half ture yield can be increased In 'the ad of a are numbered, alwaj s keep a Sarsapanlla. I soon experienced jou days littlo fres hseed and manure occasionally, luppiy of lie Pierco's "Goldcu Medical relief from my anxiety of mind, and and the keeping down of all alien hon thn t rst ermn SCOvsTTi distress soon ceaseo. Tnan Tin fizr?fo X. ni.r- growth. .4Miti iBa-i.7JftB. physjcal ivvenuiaijy ino uivm. U. UtWI lilts followed, and at . make u rul OIU reir .'Urr, T !w montlki X ncrv cr lelt cotTTrvcrTT'SVPNnrc'r n;lultb, nor havo I s'mco are no longer suitable for the table, is - cueapesc due iar toe to cut them in p.iccs and oil, it lVSIIHpPhad any reason to doubt the perIt purifies keep them in a draw er in the pantry, rle&sntesraWuke.strengthens tho and manency of tho cure." system, tho blood, and on baking days bring them forth to curt s blotch", pimples, eruptions' and othlay the warm bread, or cookies, or cakes er tumors. By dru,;343' Mrs. Catherino Seville, of Pittsburgh." Pa., writes: upon. They may take the place of EvxnT girl is anxious to learn tho Mr-- y lowols in mauy other ways, and provo "I suffered many aches and pains, of catching a beau. Philadelphia Call. arising from a state of weakness Incieeonomy. Exchange a substantial dental to our ecx. A feeling of bearing r 'Xn exchange says: Have a shelf down atout my hips at times seemed "Work, Work,. VTork !" nlmost unendurable. I was troubled also made at a proper height from the iloor, are working toHow many women there with dyspoiMia. whilo pediments lndl with holes in it large enough to allow day la various branches of industry to kidno) s. IS'otbliur I tried cated dica.'-obenented me until I used DR. Cl'TSOTrS buckets to go half wa- - down. Feed say tothiag of the thousands of patient TLLLOW DOCK AM) S1ESAPA1ULU. It either milk or ground feed iu buckets housewives whoso lives are an unceasing has made mo very regular in my habits, who are martyrs to those and sot them in their holes, and the round of toil which the weaker sex is liaand Jvfee.1 restored to perfect health. couiplaiats to Sores, pimples, aches aud pains, formerly calyes can not either turn them over or ble. Their tasks aro rendered doubly hard my constant companions, now trouble put their feet iu them. There should and irksome and their lives shortened, yet vaf no more It is truly the best friani them to keep on. be a brnckot to every calf in the pon, hard necessitv compels of sufleriDK- women." "Tierce's " Favorite Prescripso there will be no crowding ana all To such Dr. tion" offers a sure moans ot relief. For all can get their shares. .female weaknesses It is a certain cure. All Milk Soup : Three pint of milk, druggists. the yelks of two eggs, a tablespoonful of line ilour, a coupic of peach leaves or Wiurls the difference between Twee-Ou- o is writtem some lemon peel, a little froth, and dledum aad Tweadledoo? OF TIIE ith more easo a's. sugar to taste. Keep them stirred over the lire till on the point of. boiling over; men suffering Young and middle-age- d AMERICAN COLLEGES. have the whites of the eggs whisked to from nervous debility, premature old age, and kindred symptoms, a stiff snow with a little sugar. When loss of m'emorv KJLSDAXX. WAXTJC BY letter stamps for large the soup is poured into the tureen, take should send th'reo suggesting sure means One ! t I1EAKX to pronounce thli the very beit col illustrated treatise desert spoonfuls of tho snow, sprinklo of cure. World's Dispensary Medical As- lection offmrtedextant. If not nsi. certunlr none tones bclierof the iize rxi.t. Mr. Walte. who Uu already jwwderod cinnamon over, throw them sociation, Buffalo, 2f. Y. compiled three Cuileice botiR BooK condenieilnto this the cream of other collections, and has brought into the soup and serve immediately. Midnight reflections often come from toge'lier somethlns that, win oe welcome in every BotOH Budget. hoaseUold. a in every college. the gasltrnp ia the street. beventj-foo- r pieces of American. Trench. German Squash Biscuit: Use canned squash, or "African" origin, nonsensical, romift pathetic musical and all sparklii cy bright, yrlce but SO cenu : or the fresh vegetable, peeled and Coughs. Brown's Booxcnux. Troches steamed; rub the squash through a col- will alleviate Coughs, Sore Throat and MODERN SIHGINS METHODS; THEIR TISB nnd AHUSK. ander with a potato masher; to each Bronchial Affections. Sold only In boxes. Ilr P Pnlnni. A ahnrt. tint InmrtlOt filSV. WllQ valuable advice to all ho are itud jlns voice culture. of squash add a tablespoonful of pint Price 35 cents. melted butter, a palatable seasoning of Send for Lists of E.1STEK MUSIC contalaiag salt and pepper, two eggs beaten to a W ItUttnaCfcornU, Anthem, Hunfi. etc. froth and enough Hour to form a stiff VeEIH' HdTlARS (5 cts.). and WKLI' batter; pour this batter at once into JtAKt or ST. CEClt.13. 161 eta.), new work oX great merit. bisbuttered patty pans, and bake the cuit in a moderate oven until they aro PUBLIC SCHOOL HYMNAL. TRADE VS MARK. as many brown; sorvo them hot. X J". Post. 31 well selected Uymns and about halfDevotional ti Many a Lady it to well-beate- Bm. . Isee-tJus- PAtfa-ddoh- ia two-thir- ds -- "I pos-tio- bureau.-1-NorrUtow- ..;rrMBM " ?.- good-size- d .H ed LJMJIHbjj 'bVlHIHKrutiSi: en-rict- ea - d a. College Songs 4 4 -- , Kehool-honee- , mm mmz SAFE. SURE EDj3TA. r. lrJ?. s !abent-ininde- v - sub-soilin- g 1. Ku TJICOSSQ dj&ri bush-harro- 'I "Wl 1 l i al-wa- vs ml Man re?,! ForP ain God-ten- WITHOOT MONEY ! WITHOUT PRICE grim-visag- ed Drvr-1t- - old-sty- le o Aimm PSIb! ; if-- I M. itha-Thi- raly occa-s,ion- c OilRE FITS! a sd ' s, 33 QOOYOONgM Kx?-e- EAE g-rl- mmi DROPSY - V 'r he-cau- se - $jj y has-been- I, cup-ran- ts lf vy -l II firtt-cl- I n 0. "I Wt-Of- -- - 6, SSaSafiSSSSaSSlS .E?--r,...frin- M ff nT well-mea- nt ei -" " II O long-abus- l-- Itas g 4t feey-viewe4.- fr.e-thfrd- fi -- ! hard-workin- law-abidi- 7 mw2m ' w it ARM HAMMER BRAND" ul .- - dress-make- -- n ins-watc- h ninwf'r,? cuICX-IXEADACn- E, - 5iigi5KiieAawSs .t v -- T. rM9UHdu?7naia. f . e Jiii; V. De. am tt.' T oae-a'o- ao s; - .- T . 1 i iln . "rS WA -- etofstbatdid. T 2. - itr-sock- jo-m- o! ?y QHrJdAMr:nE Ar.nd TiaiHeiittL aJ i i,-a- fltlt nj , - , i Men :: Think g nn 'IiTtBtT -- e r -- , j Wertr HwlliaaK,T aTy52i.re egTH, H W iWh-lookiu- ! sub-unles- s, FUN Tl tit ! XXn !! is- "IW' "a rarsjry,fc?lHiaUptothistime,r8Hiained u bo-mak- rs an li I! 2? rrSaV ? t (,, " fc tmim :J u I mrtFf s iD &i&&gi ?, '& -- ft- LOCAL NEWS. Uppr rivers Grant still lives. falling. fc !u Ier Sew,- - "onnceil by good judges to be a ,olo "CIS, CSC. A,. ... flin ninilol in torm, quick, active .,,.,1 V nerforrnerR appears the u"6' of "' irited. .. Its sire is 1(1 THJ Alex- - . A mob at Union City, Moiidaj f . red Barclay. claims l,ai;i.i aimers uiorougtibred horse, Tom ii li Imiw. tirn mnri4 inmi nwlllltl - III be ,"6uli """ """ " ' ,.i v,,ris ... 1 i. ', ... u JSUwards, which is acknowledged um" u uv "', ted States; Miss Nellie colored man by to be one of, if not tho very finest the queen of the arena; Freeman Y iird, sou 1 to be n ein-I- t of this section and Sam BTry Moore & Landrum' Baking McFlynn, the daddy of cwns, horses in be interestingof country, ber8 of io gang of robbers wine would to see any Puwderin bulk. together with a large i, '" of of the fine Normans beat this colt. ? .BOtl,nncJf Jf months. gs&3r'r;';M-mrffy-grTho Tennessee Legislaturea "nic uriiBis uesenneoas superb We think it ovnnP.iimriv dnnl.tr,, i that vicinity in performers. People Will -- A to if there is a colt in Fulton county, Our understanding is that the prohibits Sunday base ball. of tho guilt of The greatest variety of Ladfes and Mim such nlaces of immnri,.,...; .mi of any breed, that can equal this proof wns positive tho parties. It is hard to justify recreation, so here n ko4 at PLAUPS, warranted It fail to rtunity to see a is yoar oppo- one. Some one to sell Clothing as cheap as the closest buyer could ask it. Below we gve the reader of the "COURIER" some very Bare Bar. mob violence under any circumgite satisfaction another pair will be given show said to be stances, but the Unioti City com- gains, and all good people should improve the chance and secure some ot r money refunded Also GODSHAW & mrger aim ueuer than reNeighborhood Kewn. PLAU1 8 Hand Sewed for men warrant organized and enlarged.ever munity has been depredated upon these Goods. YOU POSITIVELY CANNOT DUPLICATE OUR AND NOW WI HAVE IT. There From Colnmbui Timn. d. so much lately, and the courts plCEb ELSEWHERE, no matter what may be said by other houses. will be a day ami night exhibition, Manned, at Milburn, Ky., on the Fifty new houses have been ram or shine. Remember if and officers have apparently been We aeem t but justice to ourselves, to here remark, that a it ocbsilt in Paducah siuce January 1. curs bo Powerless to. prevent, that bride's father, Mr. Georce Witty people will not be too severely PLAUT has knocked the bottom out of Prices, and is offering all See our Coining for Men, Boys and Chilto Miss Allie Cook. condemned for thus protecting dren. The assortment ia elegant and prices Xrver Glc Vn. Wool Suits from 0.00 to 9.00, former Prices 10.0015.00. Mr. J. L. Henderson and Miss their homes and property. It is If you are suffering with low and 3e low Martha Southerncer were united stated that even "While Judge Alkxax deb. & Maxwell. preyed spirit, los of appetite, pnersl -discrdercd blood, weak conxtituiiin this morning in tho holy bonds of Lynch was executing Fariss and This is tho time of the year bedache, or any disease of a bllioii n matrimony by the Rev. Mr. "Wig- KrfifMiinn of for sassafras tea. It is very ,u.re,J? a" n,can procure a bottle of Elec gins, of this place, at the office of tho gnng that other membersfarm wore robbing a inc Bitter You will be surprised to see L. S. Green, deputy county clerk, healthful. house nearby, and the night of the the rapid improvement that will follow; Because we have a large Stocks Clothing, all sizes and qualities; and URE CORE fer CHOICER 4 or you wiU be inspired with new life; treKh llie happy couple were from Bal-Jat- d former hanging robberies were ofoursj in last week sedition, advertised to discount ail CAPE1 in chickens Salmon's Chicken and activity will return: nain anrl mlirrv county. night, and to close them out, prices must be in accordance with the times. Competiperpetrated tho same Powder gjld by will cease, and henceforth you will "rrjoice I'nii Unjneld Monitor. Tho continued almost nightly. tors will tell you thaMjjjotsell all Wool Suits at the prices imen-t'tonc- d, J. W. CowattL, Druggist, in ine praise 01 Hitte ra. .SqM at . Miss Emma Read died near Dub- - night before Fariss' arrest a gang but if prices and Goods are not as mpr 3, 3t mtycenUa. bottle at Moora u the of 15 outlaws or robbers surrounSjfc . CM .ireprefee; A 1 MiHKft-iBHiiiB 1st of iaoiAJr. .ItiUVSto' UnMrs. Nannie Doho Trm iri tmr ded the house of a citizen in t AttAjjmmHmrThf . "' opened a for Nashville last Mondi - ion City, did rob it, and r.x, manicu m Xiynn.i It friendsT j- - xtr THE LOV brisk fire on it, and were only 11011 IN t " p. io on iiiooiii. COUllty to that Co. A full line of Uemp, Injrrain andT l Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson died of driven off by tho fire from policemen. This shows a desperate con- as we happened to be the only house that published our prices in the Brustella CarpetinRs. flor Oil Cloths, and number of years to assist in a Rnpi, at ery low pricc. AIro, Trunks. project to redeem overflowed measles on the Cth hint., at her dition of affairs. Good peoplo in of course thearticle applied to us. However, as it emanaValites, BC, nd Satcheld. in immense lands, failed. The Tipton ville Star homo near Backersburjj. the towu and vicinity have been "COURIER" house variety. Our stock should be seen to be thiuks Dyer county opposition noted for its antagonism to LOW PRICESi Mr. Lem Wilson, of near Cross- - terrorized for months and months, ted from i appreciated. the Low Who it. Lake county's true ally land, Calloway county, had an eye and as wo learn, oflicers have been we know it vill obtain no credence with the trade. The truth is our killed Atjexaxde & Maxwell. is Hickman, because united by a tobnr8tfrom pain caused by neu- - powerless to give Becnrity aud PRICES hive made them SICK -- xoxIt is estimated that 25 per common good people. It in the enterprise, raigia. cent, of the wheat crop of Ten- and wheninterestcounty learus the Mr. W. L. Landrum is making protection to the Lake is said that desperate diseases nessee has been ploughed up. lesson, and turns her efforts in preparations to build a large num- justify tho use of despcrato remeCaaa4 Geoda. this direction for ber of new dwelling houses in dif- dies, and hence these good people A new lot of all kind of Jellies, Mar- something may be accomplished. ferent portions of the city. He of Union City have been forced to rowfat Peas, String Beans, Peas, Tomatoex, has the lumber ready for several submit to mob law. But mob law Applea aad Peaches, at A Grcnt Discovery. on South Main street, which will is a fearfully dangerous remedy. 3,500 ydsJtPrinted Lawns 5c for worth t. J W.ROGERS'. friends nd ihe public Mr. Wm. Thorn, of Newton, Ll, Bars. be erected at once. The first mobs are frequently in WEannounce suckrof all kinds of Furniture,generally, that we have just received a and solicit the trade of parties wisa. 5c " 'Dress Prints, nice Stvles, Kentucky branch of the My wite hs been tveriously affected with public senti- 2,UU0 The Old Aunt Anna Thomas, color- nnswor to outraged e can thow all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, afiaelh tt u MK to buy. twenty-fiv- e lor 6c National Agricultural Bureau at cough severely than year, ami this Pprin ed, of Milburn, died on the 30th of ment, the desperato determination 2,000 " yard wide Brown Sheeting of tt 7Jc tt Washington has been discontin- more many remedies ever before. She ha: March, aged J 14 years. She was of good people to punish swiftly 5,00 " Gingham Cheeks without relief and be. used " 10c tt 20 pes. .Victoria Lawn ued. inir ureed to try Dr. King's New Discovery, doubtless the oldest person in the wrongs like those which have " 20c tt 10 ludiaLinon did so, with most gratifying result. The Hallard county. sSLVsW Life had become been prevailing about Union City, Ves iS H"GS! HOGS!! HOGS!!! first bottle relieved her very much, and a burden to her and " 35c it 3 " Lace Curtain Goods where Courts aro too tardy, or she was anx"Why let tfeem die with cholera when the second bottle has absolutely cared her. 1 " Bordered Scrim Net. " unequal to suppress, and at first 35c tt We propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of tbe times. You can ret assured Haas or Salmon's remedy will save them. She has not had bo gixd health for thirty ious for the change. you need never leave our house to look for cheaptr goods. We propose to sell as low aa control and direcaro under the " 10c tt Every package guaranteed. Sold by 75 dz. Checked Towels, 30 inches long, Ea. years." any retail Furniture store in the "Purchase. tion of good, upright, bravo and J. W. CowoIll, Draggut, " 10c tt 20 " Bordered Handkerchiefs Trial Bottles Free at Moore & Very respectfully, spr 3, 3t Drugstore. Large Site $1.00. citizens; but the fearful danit just " 10c 20 " Gents Colored Half Hose In memory of Mr. Johh R. McGehee ger is that as the mob spirit grows tt Reports show that the April " T. F. WILBUEN & CO. 1.00 Blue Cottonade Pants Below is a complete list of who departed tlii life April 1st. 1885. and is countenanced, the control Ladies KidNew condition of winter wheat in Illi" 1.00 t (ml tb wailing, anil tlio teari which licJ Port Tics Oh tSTS.ore rooms in new Odd Fellows building. of the mob passes, frequently, to nois has not been more favorable the announced candidates for the Affection' tribute or Iho ntlent ilrail ; " 4 button New Ports JfiAIl kinds of Repairing done on short notice, and in a workmanship Biyte Aleo 1.25 tt Legislature from the Purchase lluubftiii!, nut fattirr, brtl er no murtnhrre and recklesB leadirresponsible we are prepared to give special inducements as for years than this season. tt it At the " " Opera Slippers 1.00 iulr a vacant cl a r. counties: Ballard Joseph Rose; ers no better than the men the 9 tt M. P. Beaumont, lately of the Calloway, W. H. Holland, Wm That kind toice hu.li'd, that brainlrp cheria no mob originally punished, and such " 1.50 it morr. Front Lace Sewed Calf Shoes Which ue! to girt ucli joy, and trust Ltfiirr. tt 3fayfield Democrat, is now editing Wiggins; Fulton and Hickman 1.00 tt reckless'leaders turn its power to Gents unlaandried Shirts nM"i will ho tlour on m ti 'n tt tt grace Totrl the Observer, the leading paper J. F. Rennick, Jack Oliver; But forthia prayer, mayrartli, to tit be giwn ; " Full Stock Brogans and 1.25 the wreaking of private spites our comfort, recall. or Uorsicana, Texas. Graves B. A. Neale, P. Lyles, Hit klaJnrm, ami hislet 'uoftwrit known to all upon innocent victims. The worth, hates A mail wltlmnt good, amcrrr. Marshall and Lyon You will find everything just as advertised, and we'wont'tbc "just out" avret The Baptist Gleaner, now W. T. Byrne; W. C. Holland, S. S. To home' hia circle, ever fond, and dear : Juit, good men who at first headed ilia word, bond. In buliie., punctual, W. M. Reed, mobs, retire the minute tho public of any article when it is called tor. published at Fulton, is to be reAnd in hia frirmiiliip, all could firmly truit. I thru muat wronir is avenged, and when they moved to Xashville, Tenn., in Nix; McCmckenG. Josiah Harris, Ob, truthful ni'inorim Imuor for hia eter claim, name. for hi Bullitt, T. J. Tears apring'alou, and T. E. Moss, W. retire the danger is that bad men about six weeks. & Of these, only two Like Jiit, freih floera, remeubrance of the may continue tho desperato work. BirchotU Mr. R. E. Millet has been ab- were mombors of the last Legisla- Shall bloom afreah, although he lffi in duit. There are no better or more honAa the the anrly sent tho past week in Louisville ture: Maj. Harris, of McCracben, Aa aky aun'a raya illume the ruthlrMmorn. LEADERS ND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES, erecr, auccerda aturm. orable people en the face of the We and Cincinnati, buying grocery and Mr. Lyles, of Graves. Padu- Andtrut uurtoloval uno'n ulght haa parted away, yielded earth than the bulk and body of bright heaven'a unclouded day. Again we make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring stock for the new firm of Gaso & cah Standard. S. M. the citizenship in and around Un Millet. Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace gang of ion City, bnt a desperate From the Nashville American FuKoh CJoiiHly Court I'roceeri- - thieves and cut throats nave got Maj. If. S. Hale, of Mayfield, S&XLbroidsriM, XTeokwear, hitched into that community, and declines to become a candidate we learn that Mrs. Mary G. All- for Treasurer at ,lio ensuing elec- nutt, of Dresden, and Mr. T. Nel At the regular April term of the Fulton hence good people elsewhere will not coudemn too severely these " tion, but places himself before the son Jones, of Columbia, were uni County Court, Judge It. S. Murrell, ' Also, fine and cheap" the followii g proceeding" were had. desperate remedies tlieso goaii- is- people at the next election, if ted in marriage, Wednesday, Aynl BKTTLKMESTJS CONVIRUKD- .people have been compelled to re 7th, at the Maxwell House. Tlu wanted. Goods, Sis, relatives of the bride present were The following setllemtntB were confirm sort to, to rid their community of The City Assessor of Paducah Mrs. M. A. Gardner, her mother, ed; these thieves; but tho good peoreports the listing of property Mrs. W. Fred Smith, of Evans- - K. Ii. Brevard, guardian of Harirefs ple thereabouts Bhould well conworth 8100,000 more than was re- ville, and Mrs. J. R. Thomasson, heirs. sider, and nee to it, that the reme- VsTe Baltzer. ir year. The News of Dresden, her sisters. The toi- C. Baltzer, guardian off Geo. h. Craig. dy they apply may not grow worse ported last Wiu Perry, gnardiau Juh thinks tho population of tho. city let of the bride is said to have The following eeitlenientd were produced than the disease. Wo opine that Have in stock and are constantly adding a complete line of "We are sole agents for the American Hand-sewe- d Shoe Company, for has increased 1,500 or 2,000. over for been the handsomest worn in and ordered to lie guanliauexceptions. Atu good citizens have controlled the Men's Ladies and Children's wear they are certainly the best and pretof Hester Fin ey liynuni, mobs thus far, and made no misA college for young ladies iB Nasville for many years. tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our lUOUS. uu-dto be established at Mayfield, S. J. Atteberrr, guardian of Atieberry takes; and if they have, these stock of same good citizens should see The rush to Buchanan's store heirg. the auspices of the Christian Church. The buildings aro esti continues to increase daily. He has Thou. A. Trather, guardian of A. M-- , A that the mobs are stopped at exSiiaw, and tiailie Pradier. Paul actly tho right point, or surely tho mated to cost 818.000. Tho Rev. had to increase his force of clerks L.tI). J. B. Briney is to have charge of to wait on his customers. He sells Noouau's Murchisou, guardian of b A. mobs will grow beyond any conJ. heirs. and Builder's Hardware generally. A complete line of cannot bo surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly, and hi the institution. W. T. Noonan, guardian of Charlie trol. After all tho only real safethe best of Goods for the least mon"We have the lateststyles of Men's, for their propany people, much cheaper than the usual price. War between England and ey. His Stock is immense and his Noonan. Crawford, guardian of M. F. and ty for their lives, in such emererty or .Looks, Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other Family neiwill dis- M J.J. A. variety bewildering. He Russia is still imminent, but Crawford. is to rally to tho support Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Now is the time to get good barformally declared count all published prices. It you Jas. B. Uarksdale, guardian of Barks gencies, courts. ther power has of the If good poople of all kinds, from a Brad to 60d. A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, gains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be dale heirs war, and engaged in negotiations. don't believe it, come and see. same intense convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. S. W. Lauderdale, guardian of Clara would throw tho Eack continue war preparations earnestness and determination to Myers. COOKING rJEJJTING STOVES, TINWARE, on gigantic scales. It's a big bluff As has been anticipated by us, P. C. MoMullen, ttdtniniatrator of J. O. the support and backing of the on each side, or war must result. and many others, from the begin- McMullcn. courts that they sometimes give ning of the county seat imbroglio Dr. W. M. Cowgill, who has in Ballard county, the real point F.Mrs. E. A. Thomas, administratrix of J to mobs, tho courts would not be and Housekeepers Supplies generally. Thomas. beeu attending loctures in JTcw at issue, i. e., a division in the A. . DreTard, adminiftraior of J. D powerless to punish evil doers. COpifiB.TIN AND SHEET IRON WOEK, York for several months, has re- county, seems now about to be Morrow. 11 Briggance, administrator of M.A. city to take up his turned to the The Governor of Kentucky We understand rival J cordial invitation to all to come"and see us. residence in our midst. The doc- reached. are now, or will be, in .Metts. years old, serve a specialty.? We extend aas consistent with a legitimate business. must be thirty-fiv- e X2ST candidates Wilson Ilamhr, administrator of Fhebe tor7 friends are giving him a corfour years, and is ineligible for Our prices will be as low from Hawkins. the field for the Legislature didial welcome. Paducah iTews. CORMAJN" & CO. J. H. Menees, administrator of Israel the next four years. that county, the issue being April 3, 1835. Mr. W. T. Buckner has com- rectly made on the question of di Menees. W. Finch, guardian of Finch Jao. pletely renovated the Heinz brick. vision ot tue county. unuiuu heirs. JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT MENT OF Clinton street, from roof to ground Democrat. ROAD OVZBSEEBS. AKD floor, repainted, and made it PATENT of theWoodhury Datie appointed overseer of an entirely new building, and A meetine of Democrats OLIVER AND AVERY .Djersburg road from Brown's west is now receiving an entire new Fulton county assembled at the line to the btatehne. AMoSaifiil fgprfi stock of groceries. Give him a court house on last Monday, it be- John Newberry appointed overseer of MEDICINES! the Wesley road from the town of Fulton call. ing regular County Court day, and the county line. The Ladies Aid Society of adopted resolutions to reorganiz- to TobeHickman appointed overseer on TO MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best' SEWING Hendricks Ebenezer church, will give a sup- ing the Fulton County Democratic Djersburg road from the town of Hick a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the requires but -- SVHT3D per at that church, about 2 miles Committee. Tho following Dem- man to Hardin's gate. claim with the proof is a more difficult- matter. None of my would-b- e from Cayce Station, Fulton coun- ocrats were selected for said Com- Chris Graves appointed overseer on We, also, keep constantly on hand the rivals ever dare Attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the from Hardin's gate to Brown's ty,. Ky., on Thursday, the 30th of mittee : best." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when TOILET KRTICLES wet line. April, 1885, in the evening at 7 Geo. Warren. Chairman. MEIKLE & ROELKER , Henry Campbell appointed overseer on asked to give'any solid reason for their claim", that they keep "the best" o'clock,.of barbecued meats and District 1. R. H. Binford. 8late road from Wilkins' line to Bayou de goods. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish tt sweets. The supper ia for the 2 Joshua Nailor. Chien bridge. &c, &c. &c. u to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. T. K. Ballow appointed overser on a 3 Alex A. Faris. beueat of the church. Every I new road, tt body respectfully invited to at- 4 B. F. Beckham -- ' 4 '.Palestine to be known as the Lodgton and ?SiE5s3!!5T read. u j tABfl. AdRiuaion, 50 cents. Z. aaW 5 J. P. Tyler.- MALTA DOHBLK SHOVELS, IfiTPrescriptiorilpfelie. suicido to i i wantitt,KP? Bing night bell after IB e'olock y . OUAKDIAXS , C1IOSRK. . CULTIVATORS, TS . gc m. "w'N4S d 9 I " vy' Mwu,3Fraat Jemasw ho r. J CORN DRILLS, ic. bsnd lives sbout 5 miles$-- 4Mp to duplicate &LOW PRICEST& thing Call and PLOWS ffickmnjOntheMcBusbartlfcwwjjrn ymT ffftK - - jtireir guardian, guardian of Felix Tobe ces. Lowerexamine our ever been and pri- is thefirst-cla- ss that tells, and I propose point and escence of this discourse, ""J. M. Wright, than have sold in with Goods. This is the Monday fr went out into the field, this market. Wright. and makes horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you last, ana was assisting uer uuo-bss- d H. Buchanan is the only man (released IWLOOK OUT FOR THE LARGE know what good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't; if you want koadttoek. baraing cornstalks, when that sells the Celebrated Bryan & Bciben Fowlks exonerated from in work on ker clothing caught fire, and her Brown Shoes, for ladies, misses and public'roads. the test give me a call and I will show you. crisp children, men and boys. These Diamond Sewing Machine, the body almost burned to a I am also agent for the light-runniWILL PIIOBATKD. before her husband could reach Shoes take the premium over all Tfee will of John R McGehee, deceased, In dins friend. pi ker and extinguish the flames. for good and fine workmanship, was this day produced in open court, N. B. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will dufor some hours in and is the most substantial Shoe She lingered &c The will bequeaths all LOW PRICES." Customers politely served on short noplicate The old, popular and always reliableHardware houieof great agony, bat died Monday made in the United States. Don't his real and personal property to hif wife. Store across the street from Holcombe's new drug store. tice. aigat. LICENSED. Respectfully, let others humbug you with some L J. Pryor & Co , of Fulton, granted .. Tke Beard of Magistrates other make, and say it is just as license to tell vinous and malt liquors. cells in speoisl session, Monday, good, but go to BUCHANAN'S, 9 sorEiviBons or tax. to consider the necessary repairs and buy the Sho4 with Bryan & A. T. Thompson, A. H. Scearce, and C. to the coart bouse, voted an T. Nichtls, appointed super? isori of tax Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware f tax of 5 cents on the Brown's name on each Shoe. baok for ttjo year 1885. improve which are offered at 100, for coart house The prospects of war Ceart er Claims Special Term. ments. This tax win raise aooui Bussia and England is between creating $1,00 which will bo sufficient for great excitement in the prices of At a apertal called terra of the Fulton Maf) Coun ths work contemplated, and we Amencan cereals, Dreaustuffg and Countycourt of Claims, called to eonsid touse and jail improTeaaents, madsrstand will put the building meats, particularly in wheat. Pe- er tbe in thorough repair, and add nec cuniarily, the war will be a tempo- recommended by the grand jury, the fol lowing Magistrates were present: SUCCESSORS TO essary conveniences for seating rary benefit .to tho country. But, t u. ionao, u. u. .Nugent, Joshua and that the very lowest, tho aarket justifies. All goodsggaaraatccd I tke pesple, &c. F. B. Sd in truth, war never fails to pull Naylor, and AUeberry, W. B. Jones, T. be exactly as represented. Ferrell Jete Jones We are glad to notice the rush down some interests even if it B.The Magistrateiafter tiewing the court by eur young builds up others. Peace through- house and the jail.ordered the needed im DEALERS XIT f trade sajs-ysMUSE & SHAW. friesrdc Alexander & Maxwell. out the world is the real interests provements, and t provide for said" ex DBLGS.MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplies. ' pense voiea a lax f & cents on the ,100 Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS j. We seldom boss their house that it of all people. I worth or taxable property on assessments aBJS SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS crowded with customers. is sot Batclier Shop. AGEKTSJFORTHE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. The Paducah News suggests lor ieoo;ana w. ii Taylor, W. B. Jenea,a Having Drmed a partnership deserve ( it all, for they have Tiwy XI. f ranch, appointed with WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. Xr. Cleveland is annointiier andto1.have said work done. comeaisJton-er- Johnson, for carrying on the above M. D. f busiIwe light yrioesea Dry Goods down that so many old men to office tiatla ness, the public are hereby notified that on R, L. MOOREJoaa be found at Dr. FARIS' OSlce, to attend sight calls at Moore & BESfQNXD. leWertksB'was ever known in the large number of disappointed The best roof for the rt money. Experienced workawn cWjiloyei. and after the 1st day of April, we will Landmen's. apW. B. Jones resided as bridge controls, supply Ihem regularly with the best life to plicants may yet town. Long The attention of builders especially desired as this house wUlriT spehistory of fresh f have a ohsuse sionerof District 'i 3, and D. W. pick-insbeer, pork, &c, at the grocery house of cial inducements. Correepondcnce solicited. i tata. r-wateu ueaiu intervenes. was appointeia his stead. i J J. W. SOGERS. Prices of grain going up. A Hickman county man boasts of a clock 140 years old. Jas. Gorman, of the Arm of Cormau & Co., is visiting Florida. Koach ha8 rork"ndprnf th' ""?" frien,? of Fulton county.) DEMORALIZED UNION CI Y. vi. in ?fl hSL, t,L. as??e he'0,,s Jt ,nea8rel 3 feet 4 and is pro- Recent Mobs aild Hangings, mdl bigger when two hours old, the Cirpui I Sh1?; 1-- 2 Jr - .... 1 : Ay a u Koe, , , "" ,,"" A vEIi Wi SU11 bad. I Woi k A LONG FELT WAN! SUPPLIED. I W a aT! I. to-da- y. . fc-bil- ity. J ::.:.: Competitor m .' .iR -- ''-r- BUSHED PBH8&- - comVffBhand -- Flanot BrosMade m TOT MiliM db Oo Prices? W Iw Site Ik Following: Furniture ! Lan-drum- 's LINES hutuv-hrart- h Contractors and Builders of Houses. rnri-.Mo- ALEXA NDER MAXWELL, SPECIAL 10 map uu4Mjiy CONTRACTORS!! Hamburg Ivk, Tor, Wb CQKS&&XT & k: km, ti$w, er Doors, Eash, Blinds and Mouldings, Singes, Butts and Screws, ITails, iS Qlo'bh.iLj ip J. AMBEEG'S SONS. J. W, COWGILL, J. W. DEUG8, Trusses al-M- st Chilled IT Is EASY plows. - :njew MACHINESterisnrs home StMl Flm. ft3 I I - &&Vc JaV fljor i -. -- ng RELIABLE. Xr prop-erltprote- n, J" ad-valore- m r Moore Landrum, COMPISTY. OUSTS d Tj P. FOETUNB i A Sf- PRICE ROOFING. . " " eras. 1 ; er fe on, jv; r" "V. X iREsnKriTioisrs a. specialty. '. RBBREAED. ; "&.' .1 C - :m ?A F 5- - :,' , f m" . h-- -5 ue&Ktfla infill fc. F5j(S" ji ' Kii JT5SB - V t ( CARPETS, l: '$3W5. ip ja ll mm Just V -- -- iul ilnlffi RUSSIA, f IBfe H HH iy (1 Kidderministers, ived, an entirelyJew and elegant line of Carpets, embracing the following lines: Extra Tapestry Brussels, all Wool ThreerPly, C- - ciThree-PlDoor Mats. nil Wnn ad C. C. Two-Plalso a fall line of Hemp Carpets and Hemp Matting, floor Oil Cloth, Jute Stair Carpets, Fancy MattingfrRugs to Jixiatch Carpets, Also a full line of Lace vfittrtahis, Curtain Eods, Curtain Sings, Mosquito Bars, &c. see them Call and These Goods are all entirely new ana iresn, anu vm uu sum at pnuu that will be very much below all former prices. y, -- j '"At - ILJt frl inlt Jii AN jb rh.t Ji crVvvPHHHIHIV - L-- . 'i&-r2- T j&t r "sBJS J?: A MISSOURI WONDER. A bill has been passed by the f FULTON COUNTY JBMO-- r For Slate Sesinior. PRITZ Nevada AKsmnblv unnoHlnir a Hda We are authorite.l to anonncc JACOB ,. CRATIC MEETING. v" " . " oi ?zu on auy person who treats w HITE. of Hicknmn wmty.nsa FASHIONABLE a meeting e Couhaso , A BUICIKD (ITY DISCO V another in a saloon. The bill doe ''e to repwent the cwmiicof r ting tue ltamcai .AtiiicKiimu. oaoiHifivri'"' vt " in m ""- -- A? &nU V not nrovent .nnv . iminlipr, nf nprt Fulton ami Grates wnntie term oi ",c J n. V V jGXnjumu, n. xM iiiu 1885, of Democrats off F"ton . .rftfei.atBBlOJl'l il.n uttATnireil t BOOT AOTf Nn...n,(rfiivai79iitir ittrn r cininnii viti The city, of Chicago iafr.i v u fToac croilitnhlfi nnnonrii tlin nntion County, the following peeumgs r Tlie Remains 0f a Higirlate 1wli. idHeuAirAi ll lu oaiuuii uiim 10E TTTec.iteriuUation of a Russo-'ot anarchy alraost, resultin ,a tnni,ii,.o,, tnomltorR nf thp. j" uiwvof Civilization, and a Race Afghan ,war is no new thing for Senate on the removal proposed , eaiu from the corpnnii, W. Maves was eledeu onair-maKCV VfV eivY ol MoRnnfif ?r Aenue, Eaxt Hickman. Kt . HBVTr. - iiRrMuiLT3iW England. For the past twenty uv pre8j(ieut Cleveland. Accord- - J. and V P. Taylor,?ecretary. oi Giants Twenty Feet " J Tii'ilivm.FT ' balldoziiifrH'iiithflnldn!- - SteP8 years 'Haiiiftfiictioa euaxanteed. General Dotn England and Kussia ..., to fligh-M- ore Won"iils Eight buildings tum- ma,i..-- ...-" tin ill ....Wert to tle actioa. April. vere taken o orgj0 a vigilance nave ucvu preparing ior iiuii oenaxe the 1)re6cnt showing a the Motion was made aiU carried ,.,Vv 10 concur in rebled to the ground in JTew York is the sense of uo Demoders to Explore. party. committee, to & down tbe88 event. During that time Russia moval reiuseu evidently neces- - that it here nssembledjthat the was City, Monday, crippling 20 and of the Democratic that crats to seized has been steadily pushing her snry m things. niRAnarchista JJ?. All LOWER and LOWER, &c order to protect tue inter County Democratic jommitteo St. Louis. Anril 8. The citv of killing 7 people. Defective brick We are authorial kind9 of Groceries hams, eides, hold of te""ation to justify their scheme of conquest from the Ural ests of tho Government. This should bo organized, aW for that Moberly, Mo., is stirred up over, work tho cause. Houses that are will not b recom the discovery of a wonderful bur-- built five aud more stories high SSS: of the not General Aeaezubly of aj cheap a the cheapest. - to Ta8lvend, from Tnshkeud to postmaster was guilty of viola- purpose this meeting moveipuA Del meetings to enundersold. JOHN WJTTiNG. Kokend, to Khiva, to Bokhara, to tions of law before the incoming mend one from eacn nnnraa'tlie OVCrtlirOW Of the Merv and now, at last, to Penjdeb. F"K l'" ied city at the bottom of a coal a simply too ingii to uo safe, and Kentucky- of the present administration. He cinct of the County toammo Ki,aft yGo foet tieeP) wllich wa8 i,c. the law ought to stop their erec THE BARTER GROCERY- cityovernmeut. The incendiary At all points in Turkestan, Rus- had neglected to make the re- tho Democratic Coii"eo of njr sunk near the city. A hard tion. Wo wouldn't allow any for Jailer. Anarchists frighten- sia has established bases of sup- quired weekly reports of tho bus Fulton County. efforts of the I .and thick stratum of lava, which such buildings in Hickman, would to announce THOS J. 31. MONTGOMERY, tradiug-post- s and govern- iness done in the money-orde- r We are anthorixed ed (tfo property owuers, and they plies, candidate for the MR. to his rrirnds and the public that in compuuiiuu niuif"" """" arcnes in me uuneu city, too we? WALLACE, as V administrations. Wherlis has oprncd a new and frrsa rupp'y of f F"U0n C0UD,y' ElCC rallied to the support of the city mental the Cossack cavalryman branch of his office, and in Janua- resolution, the meotingelectedthe streets of which aro regularly laid rf J ever all kinds of Fjixilt OxocJXits, which bo was following named Deicrats t out und inclosed by walls of stone, Joe Doesn't Paj Freight. August next. demanding that all went, there went also the indefat- ry last a special examination tion in government, will sell ns low as the lowest. He is reawhich developed "the most constitute tho uonntyyn""'"'1'. which is cut and dressed in a fair BulUlo Eipreu.l anthorixed to announce J AMES nriaratiPDB hn nrllitratPll - Uv tllft igable Russian trader, who is as made, dy at all times to - www.giivtauvvw w disgraceful confusion in all that finmmiHfift. tllO VOtQ WUlg taKeil ly good, although rndo style of If Joseph Mulhatton will remit p We are for the office cash prlres for exchange Groceries at taYLOR J8 n candidate Election 1st Butter, Ejrps, Chickens, r courts. This will be the end of little daunted by the blistering pertained to the accounts and tho by precincts on eachiamo scpa masonry. A hall 30 by 100 feet roturn charges, his story county. any kind of marketing that the faming of Jnilerof Wilton ' of a next. sand dunes of Turkestan as by financial condition of his office," rately. I rriends may bring in. The highest it, no doubt. It iB generally con ar was discovered, wherein were .wonderful buried city found at Monday in August s Sibeto announce JAMES No. 1 It. H. Binforf. stone benches aud tools of all the bottom of a coal shaft near We are authorized canbibate for the office kel priceJ.alwnys paid. in Ghica the monster bestrides aof camel with a serious shortage in the ceded that the elections M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. ria, aud who as a which was ultimately made " 2 Joshua Nailor. descriptions for mechanical ser- Moberly, Mo., will be returned to F BUSHAT.TFulton county. Election in go are a terrible comedy on fair with as much nonchalance as he cash, one of his bondsmen. On of u 3 Alex A. Far& of up by vice. Further search disclosed him by fast freight. There is r next. The influence of this state of facts, and on the reelections, but it is also believed sits a u 4 B F. Beckham. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE statutes and images made of a that it will not keep in this August annonnce JACOB traders and Russian port made beforo the close of Mr. that the corruptions practiced at these Weare authorized tocandid-it5 J. P. Tyler. J composition closely resembling latitude, where we have been to for tho affiliating and intermar- Arthur's term, and to which not SII VEKTOOrll a a G J ere Jonesl bronze, lacking lustre. A stone school and learned when the coal office of Jailer of Fulton county. taches to both parties, and that a rying with theTeppes, and the & u . even a suspicion of partisanship i,. Alexander, Jr. foundation was found located in a measures were formed and when 1st Monday in August next. fair investigation if ever had, will KENTUCKY of the natives in the could attach, President Cleveland STREET, Warren, was wide couit or street, and from it a appeared on the earth. On motion. Geo. show corrupt management on both Russian armv, sorvod to bring made an order of removal and nominated and electe Chairman stream of perfectly pure water constantly on bund for bir KEEPS sale BttcUIrn'H Arnica Snlvc. about an intimate and friendly re nominated a citizen of excellent of tho County Democratic Com- flowing, which, upon being tested, sides. in the world for Cats, To Teachers. HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. The Best Salve lation between tho conquerors and standing and character for the mittee. was found to be strongly impregHaving purchased the stable, horses Bruises, Sons. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever The county superintendents of A Southern contemporary the conquered. Every military place. Tho Senate refnsed action There beingno fnrther business, and entire outfit of W. B. Pluiarae r The most Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains, 1, post, every little hamlet with a on the removal and adjourned on motion tho meotinf adjourned. nated with limestone. lying beside "V"0'."? 2. 41. Tl' ni Eruptions, and '"""BreuBioiiai very pointedly says that ''the trader's tent in its center, became "i Vr imii iii'L'i' uru rnnnnor Corns, and all Skin no pay required. posiIt we propose to continue the business, and wonderful of all was or ' tively cures unsettled, and "i J. W. Mayes, Chairaan. 'o"'" in : at i ; V tno'UCTl is guaranteedPiles, give perfect satisfaction, solicit patronage tho fountain the portion of a ini:irifii meet, , t, auueau promptness with which the Ad- a machine for the dissemination leaving the matter now suspended to nrst tho President has Taylo Secretary. skeleton of a human being. The eu to W. P. Price 25 cents per ministration moved to the sup- of Russian ideas and methods, the derelict postmaster and made or money refunded. in May. bones of the leg were measured, Saturday so disposed All teachers box. ForSale at MOORE &LANDRUMS W. DIESTELBRINK who feel and to a certain extent an expo a temporary appointment to fill port of American interests at are invited Vidories. Democi atic the femur measuring four and to attend. neut of Russian civilization. So tho vacancy so created, believing is in pleasing contrast to f feet, the tibia four feet The recent Democratic victory Czar has establishIJ0W TO SjVE f0NEY R. U. Webb, policy of tho Re- that now, the complete line of for- that it was his duty "to exercise in Michigan is a significant event. and three inches, showing that the ed not only a State Teachers' case all by prompt action in in the when alive the figure was three publicans when in power." "Peace tifications and bases of supplies the power which tho tho We are Wholesale Headquarters Jor al present con- The Democratic inajhity in De- times the size of an ordinary man Association First District. space grades of NOtrouble to name all articles, hut bo with all nations" is the great boou twelve hundred miles southward dition has left in mj hands, so far State Is nearly 2("30((aiid to show goods, Tho llepublicun ex- and possessed of a wonderful audome and see, at the corner of Troj to be desired, but if the United from the Ural and eastward from as it may be done independently troit, Tho Texas Legislature has pass planation of their defeat is equal- muscular power and quickness. and Moscow Avenue. East Hickmrtt, Kj has, over the States should become involved in the Caspian, but. he this territory, of the Senate, to protoct the in- ly significant "leek of orgjiuiza-tion.- " The head bones had separated in ed a bill submitting to the people and will job to dealers only at Factory southern portion of the Government, to war and call for volunteers, the six hundred miles square, close terests oftho laws which have "There was not one politi- two places, the sagittal aud tho- a proposition to prohibit the sale pricesj also tho vindicate descene which would ensue of Maine upon and now across the Afghan been enacted for tho regulation of cal gathering of the .leaders in the cornal suturis having beenfound of intoxicating liquors, Cental Scotch, ni Iwm Scotch M, 1JAMILY j&QCERY and "nota Bipde cominit- - stroyed. Tho implements , Georgia troops, lassachu- - border, a population of adventur- the postal service, and to impress State:" and , the best in the market. We also keep On the embrace bronzo and flint knives, meeting was ll war loving people, whom he s the tee constantly on hand a choice selection "tiiettsMl'Mississippijfighting side ous, completely jinsuunized in feel upon Federal fjc cani- - stone and granite hammers, metalhas . . a m: fact that no indulgence will be other hand "the H. O. OLD STAND. aHiiB lic saws ot rude workmanship, but StoEB of "J Ml jior me "uiu .uag," wuiuu ing ana enaeavor. granted by tho ExecUtisevtp thoRaiPJiigJl (DAVIS f TBS -.-- - HKM ULfflroffiBMF HLS. IBBbP President Cleveland flight us Usual. BCi!.IiiaLL facts, are fly-t- he -.-1 of-th- i --- vx-R&- l I -- ..jr. -- p - -. n, , f 1 rviM Wm "'"J, --I fflROEIR, till m n - I 1 , . " - ; MF snow-field- dog-sle- dan-ge- d. camp-follower- s, en-ifstm- 7v. Elec-tio- n Faris Parker, 1 "I " i As-pinw- all one-hal- Family Groceries. do-nothi- Vice-Preside- nt 5.-10- office-holder- . V.TV v '-- it-- Li l.-- i 3 iraa f. " j1- ?-- '." A war between England and Russia would afford the first opportunity for the exhibition of the power of modern armaments. The development of modern ordnance began after the war in the United States, twenty-odyears ago. There have been wars in Italy, Denmark, Austria and France since then, but they were not at- tended by naval conflicts and coast attacks. The German invasion of gression, in 1577, when Russian France was a brilliant and at Cabul began to ap-- ! structive illustration of modern The Eepublicans boasted that pear, England determined to oc- - strategy and field tactics, with they had about two hundred millcupy Quettab, on the ion dollars surplus in the Treas- ghan boundary. This 60uth Af- the very best infantry arms and led to a field artillery; but it taught us ury. Secretary Manning has had quarrel with the Ameer, Slier Ali nothing about the power of heavy the books audited, and says the Pasha, who was under Russian in-- ! ordnance, armored ships and steel and bolts. It did not yield a single Republicans had a delusive sys- flueuce, 1878-'7- the 9, war of in which Gen.! naval engagement. Three years tem of and that Roberts invaded Afghanistan, wo had a slight exhibition of real surplus in the Treasury throned the Ameer, and establish-'th- e the s effect of heavy in was only twenty-twmillions. ed satisfactory relations with the the bombardment of Alexandria, various tribes aud their kings or but this revealed little that was Stick a pin down here. khans. The British troops.were interesting. The inventive genius The postmaster at Eome, IT. Y., now occupying Afghanistan to the of Europe has been chiefly direct-entir- e delight of the natives, who ed, in the last twentj years, to when threatened with removal for cared little for their own ruler. 'the construction of a shortage in his accounts, gave and enormous guns as an excuse that the stealing had The Ameer is indeed only a nominal been done by his clerks, to whom Governor. There is an Afghan carrying bolts of 1,000 pounds; he had given control of the office. maxim to the effect that no Af-- and the ouestion now is.j wlmr. will ..... He discovered his blunder when ghan noble (or freeman) will ac- be the result when this heavv en to the charge of stealing was ad- knowledge any master except ginery comes in conflict on the ded the charge of surrendering his death. Gen. Roberts was there sea, or when an armored fleet atoffice to his clerks instead of at- as their friend and protector, not tacks shore forts. tending to it himself. Not even as their master. They loved the Even if tho Russians should rethis kind of a soft snap is to be al- English, therefore, as they hated fuse to meet the British on the high seas, they would have to lowed under the present hard aud still hate Russia. Such was the condition of af- meet them in theBlack and Baltic working Government. fairs at the time of the English seas, and on the Siberian coast; Kentucky has as yet rececived April elections of 18Sd. Mr. Glad- and Cronstadt, Sebastopol, Odesbut two JFederal appointments, stone then came into power, with- sa aud other fortresses would cerJudge Durham, of Danville, to be. drew tho British troops and re- tainly be attacked by British fleets. First Comptroller of tho Treasury stored the Afghan throne, not to The war would not bo confined to and Mr. Charles W. Buck, of Sher Alii indeedr but to his neph- Afghanistan; it would extend wduld bo tathat the ew, Abdnrrahraan, ex., Woodford countyao be Miniated jmrtCB"tiirJvvitli Lord who is now alongitselfBlack sea coast, and ter- fear from their land thereport that ken them, and Dufferin at wherever Russian io jreru. .dciu oi tnese gentle- RawilphTdi. The result has been hibit ritory ib accessible to British thoy were to bo left to the mercy men live in Central Kentucky, a of the monopolists, who would section, of xthe State which asks a marked'ColdnesB, it is said, on ships ; and it would not end till it compel them to trade ou any Afghan chiefs to- had taught us all the virtues and for, and seldom fails to get, what the. 'part of the to terms, wards England. Bo that as it defects of tho destructive engines 1809-7- 0. ledLouisthe "rebellion" of it wants. Reil the way, theHime has come for a that has been built in the last leader of tho "rebels." became soon They meas quarter of a century. of It now looks like a foregone had a Legislature, an organized fact that the next Kentucky Leg- ures on Hie part of England. If government, and full possession Penitentiary LenNciI. with speed and islature will makfr the whipping- she does not act of territory. Upon tho prompost the punishment for wife beat- determination, Afghanistan will A Frankfort dispatch says the ise the the Canadian Government of become Russianized just as Turkes- Kentuciiv penitentiary was leased that full justice ers. This will be a good law. should be done ' tan has done. Tuesday to a firm to bo known as them, and an amnesty Hickman Courier. for tho Jo. F. Foard Company, com- any possible wrongs grantedhad With the lash for they posed of the present losses C. R. done, the insurgents and the same punishment for all laid down An Eastern Promise. Mason & Co., and Jo. F. Foard, their arms and fifty dollars in value, thefts under surrendered. William Morrill and W. M. Dun Toft.l Kentucky would soon como to the can, of Nashville, Tenn. They front. The News is heartily in Commlwloncr of Agrlcnltfirc. favor of both laws. FPaducah Tho country seems to be on the agree to pay an tno running ex- Eschange.J Col. Norman J. Coiman, the new eve of an industrial awakening. penses of the penitentiary, includ.News. passed through a drea- ing food, clothing, officers guards, Commissioner of Agriculture apIt has jnst The different members of Clere-- . ry season of financial perfidy and medicines, etc., and pay the State pointed by President Cleveland, land's Cabinet are cutting down failure, dishonest speculation, of $8,333 per year besides the lease has taken charge of his office at expenses and dischargipg a large commerce and labor locked fast continuing for four years. Here- Washington. He is one of tho -namber of clerks who do nothing bvstreRR of weather. The Eas tofore tho officers and guards have oldest and best known agricultubat draw salaries from the eovorn- - tern MiiiRhine. as it revives the. cost the State 316,000 per year. ral writers n this country. Before ent. There was need of a change earth, whispers not only of roses Taking everything into considera- the war he published the Valley of administration in Washington. and lillies, but of crops, pastures, tion this is the best lease of con- Farmer at "Louisville for a short nocks and herds. There is oustie victs ever made by the State. This while. For some years he has THKEugliek balldogs and tke oa the farm, as the laborer, with probably disposes of one disturb- been editor of Column's Rural reSassian bear seem to bare gotten saining plowshare, prepares for ing issue in Kentucky State af- World, at St. Louis.' He wasagriseedtime and harvest. The farm- fairs. Still the convicts not thus commended by some of theWest, to elogequarters. employed, might be ntilized on cultural associations of the ers arket their but took no active position as a the county roads. crops' and "pay off outstanding Thk French have made the disseeker for the office. to their country merchants. All covery that there are a few Chi-- . the actions of President Coaatrv dealers visit the cities for Tho present warden system ot MHRen in China. new,p.Hrchases, anu tue lactones, Cleveland and his. Cabinet indicate people a the penitentiary wasfestablished fnnn.ii.tc on! workshops are pre that thoy will give the IK war news will give the paring Legislature, Hay by an act to get nnder way again and clean, economical sensible ad 13.1880. of the x t l.wn ministration. iers a chance. i give'smpioymeut iu wuiwuuu. d es ber of the Illinois House, representing Cass county, died suddenly at Springfield Saturday. He was a Democrat, and his death leaves the parties equally divided in the body of which he was a This Legislature has member. lost three of its members by death, two of them sudden and unexpected, during the present session. iREaNTATi P&accfige object i vjbJSh.t, a mem - instances railways, over sand deserts, and among tribes of lawless freebooters. She has not expended millions of money and lost many gallant lives for nothing. She is after something, and that is, first Afghanistan, then India On the other hand, England has watched all these movements with great alertness. The integrity of Aignanisian uas Deen ner traditional mainstay against foreign ag tnese' paigrrBT- involving the construction of military roads, and in some TC UULJUIIO, expensivG"""catn- - .lain i fl.frrUnwSfi ; Hot. Drag. JUDGE, first-clas- duty.'' TXfST War-Engine- i, Modern s. ' Anglo-Afgha- n 1 book-keepin- g, de-jag- o ship-gun- o j j steel-plate- d j war-ship- s, ,.ighly polished nor so accurately o were tm) l ft oc tlincr ii nr fitiicliml lvriiT and "thonsutiv... put into the canvas, political best mechanics, but they show skill aud an evidence of an ad friomlo nf tlin iTiiwlw ni " Republi- vanced civilization that are posi- All this means tliat'fhe cans were stunned by their defeat tively wonderful. The searching party spent in the Presidential election of last fall, and have not yet recovered 'twelve hours in the depths and Having lost the presidency, they only gave up explorations bocauso do not think there is anything left of the oil iu their lamps boing very worth fighting for. Their party low. No end to the wonderful was knocked to pieces in tho No discovery was reached. The facts vember battle, and its coherence above are vouched for by Mr. Da is probably lost forever. In Wis- - vid (Joates, the Recorder ot the l. uuuuuy,ami consm tney nireti aitio oetier. mi. ucuigu The Democrats carried Milwaukee, 'Kealmg, City Marshal, who were Madison, Watertown, Appleton, of the exploring party. A further and many other large towns. It extendod search will be made in a will be safe hereafter to put down day or two. Michigan and Wisconsin in the list of Democratic States. The The May Music FcMival. drift of voters in the Northwest is The Southern Exposition Ma-towards the Deinocracj. Music Festival will be one of tho most important musical events of The Canadian Rebellion. the South and West. The SouthThe so called rebellion in Mani- ern Exposition was the first, and, toba and the Saskatchewan river indeed, the only Exposition that country is assuming largo propor- ventured to offer as one of its attractions concerts by tions. The merits of tho question every-dathe two most famous baiuls m tne are not generally understood. In 18GD, when the Hudson liay country, xno announcement in Company was asked to surrender 1883 that both Cappa and Gilmoro .,. Rniinrf'R T.nnd fall of British would be brought was received America west of Canada, except with incredulity, aud when they British Columbia,) to the British wero brought back in 1884, even commander a grant of three hun- Cappa and Gihnore were themdred thousand pounds in money selves surprised at the boldness and fifty thousand acres of laud of tho undertaking. Having learnwas made to the country. This ed the methods that have made grant included the right to a twen- the Southern Exposition successtieth part of the land laid out for ful every year, thoy are probably settlement south of the northern not surprised now at tho prospect branch of tho Saskatchawan river, of coining there again. Deterand the full retention of all their mined to give its patrons the best trade privileges in that section of musical opportunities afforded by country. The country had been this country, tho Southern Exposettled by the French Canadians sition has arranged to bring Theoand Metis, or half breeds, and tho dore Thomas' full orchesita, with J t y i ! FAMILY GROCERIES. CONFECTIONERIES. AND FRUITS. which we will sell very low for the cash. I'lenBQ call and see us. i. All kinds of GROCERIES house, at bol TEAir, . s STAPLE AND rANCY usually kept in a ora prices. FMTCY CAADJK8, MISCE-MEAA- FUirjA & DeBOW. Professional Cards H. A. & R. T. Tyler, riLKJ.ES IIOXINY, 0 CRANBERRIES, GRITS Attorneys at HICKMAN, lJllUiriaiiii;iunnuiiijilii.iuliliuu.uiuiJi Office XaaTtf, .Sugar, Coffees, Soaps, &e. ggy-'Y- ill JCi3C"CT-- KENTUCKY TO ALL "BUSINESS not be undersold. Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &e ATTEND aoT8-- 78 B. COLLINS, Proprietor, entrusted to their care. Furniture Factory. -- (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.J Clinton Street, Alexander & Maxwells DR. l. HICKMAN, FFERS A.. FJUEtlB. KENTUCKY Old Stand,) HICKMAN, PHYSICAN AND SURtSEON, GROCERIES -- KENTUCKY. A2tfD DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, DYESTUPFS, TOILET ARTICLES, BRUSHES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. The finest quality f LIQUORS for Me. Medi-cine- ) Yanl6.'80 h"B ProfsiionaI Services to the cltixens of Hickman and vicinity CONFECTIONERIES B1CKMAN MARBLE W0RK-- S HICKMAN, KY. F. E. CASE, DEALER IU dicinal purposes, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. Ererything fresh and new. SSTSave money by buying your etc., from this bouse. s, & DXAX.XX Family Groceries; ASD ALSO. PKESCKIPTIOXS. An experienced and thoroughly competent prescripioni8tengaged, and ready at all hours to fill icscriptiona accurately and prompt! . IX Italian and American Mabblk MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and ali;kinw of lushing Tackle and Supplies, at a bargain. Groceries and Family Supplies gea erally. , several of the most celebrated vocalists that can be secured, to Louisville in tho month of May, 1885, to give three grand concerts. STONES. indebted o the estate of F.Thomasson, deceased, are reAVING received a fine lot of Araar quested to call and settle ; and all persons i--l holding claims agxinst said estate are no lean and Italian larote, l am preCall and examin tifmlto file them with the undersigned. pared to fill all orders. A. A. FARIS, Adni'r. 'K. mptly from the coun apriv mmm - ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. persona ALL 25cts Lower than the Lowest have no clerk exponaB no store res and pay cash for all my Groceries, aaJ cheap as therefore can sell as"Wittenberg the cheap and Loa est Best brands of 1 l.aliiiM Star Flour, 25 centB cheaper ma&. I JUUK IllJliAilVI. J"L'f' few MAJR3T BLcVX--E ' 11 self-protecti- ve wife-beate- rs A gentleman who has recently Braids, Curls, Puffs, Frizes, Bangs, returned from a protracted visit made to order. to Washington, says he had ample LADIES PLEASE opportunity o observe tho workCALL ings of the United States Senator, and that Mr. Beck is beyond all Special Notice. doubt tho leader of tho Senate. All persons indebted to the firm ol Bon Ho commands the respect of men hi rant & Drewry, will please come forward at an early day, and make settlement. of both political parties, as is Office evi-denco- Senator Bcclc. HAIR DR1SSIR. HETITWECK, BALTZER & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF d he who rises in the Senate to deliver a buncombe speech receives no attention, but the ono who gives facts and figures, brief and o by tho facility with which he secures the passage of any measure that he advocates. The day of eloquence has passed and & Mux at E. Collins' drug store Alexander well's old stand. BONDURANT & DREWRY. Hickman, Kv., Feb. 12, 1885. AND CONTRACTOR. CARPENTER MR who comkeen logic, is the-onjudgment of mands the ear aud tho Senate. Mr. Beck belongs to the last named class, and he is an honor to the State that keeps him in the body to which ho is a credit.- - Lexington Transcript. month as head of the postoffice During Postmaster Vilas' first a responsible and competent carpenter and builder, has again located at Jordan, thin county, for the purpose of carrying on his business. Reference is made to any and all of the numerous parties for whom he has done work in the years gone by. Per sons desiring work in his line, please address him at Jordan, Ky. well known to the most of the old citizens of Fulton countj as J. J. DUGAN, Hickman Kentucky. THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, -- long-delaye- d ac-ooaa- ts , department there have been com- EETHE'SJJALOON, P, missioned 450 postmasters, and A FUEASANT RESORT. DRUGS, MEDICINE TAINTS AND than 100 commissions of more postmasters at what aro presidenFRESn BEER constantly on' lap. CI- 3W. tial postoffices have been prepar- jars and Tobacco, of the best brands. Patronage solicited. of the presied for tho approval COMPOUNDED! PRESCRIPTIONS CARb hot H-- tf dent. DYK-STUP- BEAIEK J - - cc rJi.'.l i . ff ' ! '' tw t ..',. e- - 4