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Ssis2SSL 4T t5ACfr iA 4trB J rx- wrat - jrw sjKv sSfct - ft amay yfp ThL MCI llillllll I llll f LT j hi J Wt - idlm liITjj- I- Nutmegs grow on little trees which look little like pear trees and tbey are generally not over twenty feet high The flowers are very much like th lily of the valley They are pale and very fragrant The nutmeg is the seed of the fruit and mace is the thin covering ovar the seed The fruit U about m large as a peach When ripe it breaks opeu and shows the little nut inside The trees grow oa the Islands of Asia and in tropical America They ear frnit for seventy or eighty years buy jug- ripe fruit upon them all the seasons A fine tree in Jamaica his over fonr thousand nutmegs on it yearly The Dutch used tn have all this nutmeg trade Thrj i a nei the i all tho Banda Inlands and conq i ether traders and destroyed the tree To keep the price up they once burned three piles of nutmegs each of hich Nature did was as largo os a church not sympathize with such meanness The nutmes pigeon found iu all hj Indian Islands did for the world what the Dutch had determined not to be which are done carried thoe nnt tfrfir load into U tlic buxmassltb countries and trees grew again and the world had the bcoefit - THE HICKMAN COURIER rrcLisiiKD EvctiT - rain GKORGE WABBEK HICKMAN OrricE it nv KENTUCKY Clinton Street HICKMAN COURIER S - How iVutmrpg Grow Tleinie Building ESTABLISHED 1859 HECKMAN FULTON COUN0JKENTUCKY A SECOXI TVEDDIXQ REVO FRIDAY MARCH 26 1880 7he Oldest Newtpaperin Western Kentucky George Warren Editor Price of Subscript ion FRIDAY 2 MARCH 26 1880 m hl KITED STATS GOVERNMENT President It B Vice President Mayes Wm A Wheeler Secretary of btnte Win A Evarts Gen Ramsey Thompson Secretary Interior Carl Churz Postmaster General David M Key Attorney General Charles Dcvens Secretary of War Secretary Navy Secretary Treasury John Sherman STATE OFFICERS IT I GoTernor Luko P Blackburn LL Governor J S Cantrell Secretary of State S B Churchill Assist Sec of State Tbos G Harris State Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer James W Tate Attorney General I- - Y Hardin ItegisterXand Office Alph Shelden tupt Pub Instruction J D Pickett State Printer Elvis Porter COURT OF APPAEL3 Harris Judges Pryor Chief Justice Thomas Uines and Thos 5 Cofe Fulton County Court H C Bailey judge held every 2d Monday in each month Fulton County Quarterly Court H C Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan- Â¬ uary April July and October JIAGISTBATES COUfetS COURTS 1st District Esq Donaho 2d Saturday in March June September and Decem- Â¬ ber Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in arae aonths 2d District Esq Goar 3rd Saturday in irch June September and December Sil Miles 4th Monday in same months 3rd District Esq Reed 3rd Monday in March June September avd December lisq Mys 4th Saturday in same months 4th District- - Esq Dickinson 1st Mon Â¬ day in March June September and De Esq Bynes 4th Tuesday in cember same months 5th District Esq Boar 1st Wednesday in March June September and December Esq Collins 3rd Wednesday in same Â¬ Esq cember same months taonths 6th District Esq Jones 4lh Wednes Â¬ day in March June September and DeÂ¬ 2d Wednesday in OFFICIALS Mayor II A Tyler City Judge George Warden City Attorney B T Tyler Oily Clerk U E Millet City Treasurer T P Fortune Councilmen T M French A A Far is C L Handle W Ii Plummer W T Buckner H S Campbell City Marshal Jas A Warner Win Young Wharfmaster Marketmaster Jas A Warner City Tax Collector SamI Land rum Jr Sexton reter George Dist School Trustees W LMcCcch en Jno W Cowgill Jas A Warner OFFICERS OBtity JtnigenTc Bailey ounty Clerk Jno A wilsoa Sheriff B R Walker Circuit Court Clerk T M French Assessor Jas Bushart County Attorney A D Kingman Jailer Frank Thomasson Master Commissioner J A Wilson County Surveyor Robert MeCoiuicl Coroner Circuit Judge W W Robertson B A Ncal Commonwealths Attorney COUNTY WEEKLY cur Courier Journal BCTSESESCTATIVE JEWSPAFER OF THE SOUTH A GOOD PAFER FOR ALL SECTIONS Will be sent one year postage free for TWO DOLLARS which amount will in- Â¬ clude a handsome premium in the shape if a book or a knife or various articles of use and beauty as may be selected from our printed lists A sample copy of the Weeklj Courier Journal and a circu lar containing the full list of premiums will be cent on application Toe Codbier Jourkal is a combination made in 1808 of three old Louisville pa pcrs viz the Journal eetabliehed in 1830 the Courier in 1843 and the Democrat in 1844 lis reputation is national as well as its circulation and it is pronounced one of tho ablest and best arranged pa- Â¬ pers in the world its matter being espe cially adapted to tne uercnant tee car roer and the Family Circe Choice from standard books of the limes nnd a choice selection of the leading mag oiiucs or illustrated periodicals ef the day furnished in combination with the Weekly for a mere pittance in addition to the price of the Courier Journal alone During the remainder of 1879 and through 1SS0 the Weekly Courier-Jou- r nal without premiums nll be sent to clubs of five or more persons at SI 50 each and for every cl b of five the club raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to uny address free for a year Daily Courier Journal S12ayear post-ace free Sunday Courier Journal a- - a rear postage free No travelling agents are employed by the Courier Journal Company but a lit iTalcash comraisbion or liaudsomv prcm luuis will be given to persons known to the community tbey reside in who will net as local agents Any one who de eircs to act and to assist in extending the circulation of a paper that cannot be but beneficial to any community in which it may be generally read will upon up plication be supplied with an agents outfit free or charge etc For specimen copies circulars address U N IIALDEMAN Co President Courier Journal Louisville Ivy SPECIAL NOTICES We have a speedy and positive Cure for Catarrh Diptheria Canker Mouth and Headache in SIIILUHS CATARRH REM Â¬ EDY A nasal injector free with each Use it if you desire health and bottle tweet breath Price SOcts Sold by Buck Cowgill Hickman Ky A STRANGE PEOPLE Do you know that there are strange people in our community we say strange because tbey seem to prefer to suffer and pass their days miserably made so by Diepepsia and Liver Complaint Indiges- Â¬ tion Constipation and General Debility when SHI LOUS V1TAL1ZER is guaran Cow Sold by Buck teed to cure tltora gill Hickman Ky Â¬ TItQtMaiiil Strong In the past feu- months there has been more than 500000 bottles of Shilohs Cure old Out of the vast number of people urho have used it more than 2000 cases All of Consumption have beej cured Coughs Cioup Asthma and Bronchitis yield at once hence it is that everybody ripcaks in its praibe To those who have not used it let us say if you have a Cough or your child the Croup and you value life dont fail to use it For lame Back Side or Chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by your Druggist For sale Cojrill Hickman Ky by Buck Flic Hundred - Tiio Auditor s special report made Three years later Mr Stono anftma Samuel Biiop died 1795 Slnstcr of Morchxnt to tbcVLegiaJatnre last week in a man Taylors School wrote some loeois the best ol whlib daughter paused in front or aJpall Is in praise of hts wife on the anniversary of her but neat pleasant looking shop 5 nerjaceounts for the shortness of funds wedding day which w also her birthday with plate glass door of which wertftthe ring in tW liands of our State Treasurer Edward Stone StationarjCMnd words fhee Maiy with this ring I wed Tha3ranlVort Yeoman thinks if the w Bookstore So fuiirteen years ago I said dayfor ltehold another ring For what It being too early in theproprietor amounts due from sheriffs for the last To wed thee oer again Why not customers they found the With that first ring married outr ten years had Veo paid into the State alnnp whnsn face ilurhed with pride nd Irace beauty innocence and truth Taste long admired scne long revered nleasure as he crreeted them Treasury there tould have been a sur- And nil my Molly then appeared I got your card nephew sa If he by m rlt since disclosed plbslinstead of a deficit The fault DEALER j Prove twice the woman I supposed old man with a cordial grasp I plead that double merit now seeois to lie chiefly bt the door of the to hand and called around To urtify a double tow vnu werecettintron Here tlirn to day with fsith as sure I thought jjeatsiatnre as snsrzestea k- - toe Audi With ardor s intcnc as purr about time I gave you that little As when amid the ritu tlirine I you asked ot me three years ago JVrta Gazelle tortile says Z Scljool aijd Miscellaneous I look thy troth and plighted mjnc To thee sweet girl my second ring jtfach of this larsaurn outetaod- dont look much as if vou needi Bltf A token and a pledge 1 biliu What to TbAcil RstA Charles ionight have beencoflMfd perhaps though W ith this ring I wed till death us jtttt Brooks father of the State normal J5 Not at present thank vou uw Thy riiier virtues to my heart S fP6t proceedingaJiut it seems Those virtue which before untried Curio was the cheerful resnonse ia emeries was uvlu by a tthyLDeen Iho habit gatner together anu cement with scauois this question The wife has added to the bndc ofjiasf LegM- What sh all teacher enough it is the same business th Thoe virtues whose progressive claim s such a rum as this seems the teach my pupilaf Ha o release auenm ana wuir bc- IZndsnring wedlocks cry name buy then The man answerj wanted to t impossible to mold anow into anv My soul enjoys my song approve thoroug took it had to borrow money to For consciences sake as well as lores rm of homeliiesPAnd if jhere is a tuim rclicin iiva alrabs wiraoaiat of reason chase it with getting so much invol And why They show me c cry hour IsmandineatiaielBinslvifmpOiSibltrtrj ThcnsTydyT 4 To reckon Biathcmati- Honors high thought affections power and I regret to that ne had to sellat a sacrtucf Stationery Wall Paper Pic obey it is for a woman to loTe a man callv 4 To converse fluently and 5 upon tie mere askin DfTctions deed sound juilginents mMitence Just what you wanted to do And teach me all things IxirrrjKmtancr she is in deadly fear of honor a man Ti write grammatically If you suc- Â¬ see that the presenVLegisIature seems Edward smiltd at the point made by she cant help but be ashamed of obey Tbe ttrent Tire iik cessfully teach them these five things disposed to pursue the fame course his uncle Japan Gazette ture Frames a man who cannot spcik his commands you will nobly have done your duty to They have already released quite a THE WAY TO WIN It isnt what Ive done though Tve intelligently Hundred of carpenters were at work to your number of Fheriffs and sureties witL pupils to their parents saved four dollars a week frornmy sal- Â¬ The theory of recognizing our friends your Scientific Fochct Cutlery Toys and Fancy country and to yourself a large number ot leaves for such bills erecting temporary place of iheltuf ary for the last three years and so was in a future world ia a beautiful one American down Edward Stone stood impatiently upon not only able to pay the money yet to be acted on It seem to me and iepairiug bridges moo eugjged a and worthy of much tboupht but I the top stop of Uncle Daus stately resi- but had fifty dollars besides a de- Â¬ clearing away the allies ou the sites that this is not a good way to Goods think it is commendable to try to keep Cool Self Control dence There was not the faintest Bipn Bravo my boy cried the delighted where their recent dellinc had stood pleted Treasury our friend f in a condition to recognize A miner employed in a shaft on Sharp of life anywhere around the whole old man with another grasp ot the ib in thi3 world try to keep a man The ex sheriffs and theirsureties are women walked about lutlcdly wish front part of the house waa closed and hand that made our hero wince Im while he is alive so he will know his Mountain near Pottsville Pa deserves CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY on their backs groups of half honorable mention for his pre ence of generally men of influence and mem children of you Youre bound to darkened and having ra g several a dozen or mure old men women and froud ana without anybodys succeed I wife and children arid not as often oc- Â¬ mind and remarkable self control times without eliciting any response he help curs turn them out into the storm of ft He had lfghted a fuse and was climbÂ¬ bers are proverbially slow io refusing children gathered round little wood was about to conclude that there was no told your cousin roily that when she was winter midnight or murder them in hu besides tbe fires trying to keep warmth io their ing to the surface by means of pegs in favors to such people one within hearing when a head was eighteen Id buy her a houee in the city ESend for copies of my New Reduced thrust out of the upper window frenzy the side of the shaft When within a number of ex sheriffs and bondsmen bodies streets lenuored almost impsthat she should furnish it to suit her- Â¬ Price Licit of Ihcture Frames Chromos few ject of the top one of the pegs gave Young man go round to the side self nnd have all the servants she wantBrackets Croquet Sets and Bast Balls for sable by immen e heaps of ashes The Same Old Story way and the unfortunate man fell to of sheriffs who are electcdto each Leg broken tiles and other debri- - ferry- ed and Ive kept my word Come door 1878 Engluh Paper From an thirty feet below One of Considerably startled by this unex- - around and see us whenever you can The law now boats driving a thriving trade where The Oxford graduate was showing his the bottom was broken and the splintered islature is astonishing pected address the young man obeyed Youll always find the latch string out sister over his room in college when hid thighs pushed through two pairs of disqualifies sheriffs until they shall have tlie bridges had been burned tbe rebones were EuVard did not fail to acceDt the inUpon the porch brushing away the some one knocked at tho door Supp- s Notwithstanding his terri obtaiued a quietus but the responsible mains of largo pottery factories such leaves that covered it was a young cirl vitation 0 frankly extended a very ing that it was one of his friends and le injuries ho had sufficient presenco bondsmen are eligible quite as anxious were some of the sights to be seen yes Â¬ IIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER of fifteen She looked veiy pretty as pleasant intimacy growing up between not wishing to be chaffed he hid her she etood there the bright autumnal the three during the twelve months that behind the curtains and admitted an of mind to crawl to the lighted fuse terday So rapidly did the riatuai which had burned within a few inches for relief and capable of exciting travel that it was with ditiienUy tlitv ou her round white followed Our neros business grew and eldt rly gentleman who apologized prosunshine falling and to smother it If he much more sympathy because appa- streets were cleared of people beforo prospered until he began to think of re- Â¬ fusely aims and uncovered head his intrusion and excued of the charge Setting down her broom she ushered moving to a larger place His uncle himself for saying that it was many had not done this he would have been rently an innocent sufferer or appar- the houses ignited and in so many by had given him several liberal orders as years since he had been at Oxford and blown to pieces when the explosion took him into a medium sized This leg places was the fire raging that they place He then crawled back to one of ently a disinterested party room which gave no indication well as sent him a number of customers lie could not leave without paying a the earth buckets got into it without as Â¬ Anxious which way to run knew of the reputed wealth of its owner but said nothing more about assisting visit to his dear old college and the old islature has made a great cry of re- Â¬ to savenot sistance and was hoisted to the surface Tbe young man took a seat brushed him in any other way until Christmas zooms he had occupied as a student futons and wearing apparel tho trenchment and ref3rm but from the poor creatures sallied forth Irora their a few flecks of dust from the lapel of eve Entering the room where Edward Ah cried the old gentleman look Stealing a kis3 cost 3 53 with costs his coat ran his fingers through his and his daughter were sitting he said the same old sofa yes at Hanley England London Truth Auditors intimations their protracted homes with bundles on their shouldera ing carefully arranged locks and thus deÂ¬ I mustnt delay any longer the little and around Tho the same old carpet everythiiig The young man in America can steal session new penileutiary c they lit- Â¬ to fly they kuew not whither livered himself lift I promised you nephew and which the samel one for nothing but in the end he has tle deserve to be considered retrenc- Â¬ street became blocked with the surg you have well earned Tell ycur master that his nephew Then walkinc into the bedroom he to pay more than a penny for his ing masses Women and children wero Edward Stone is here Edward glanced fron the five thous- - remarked hes or reformers Yes and the same old whiaile trampled under foot and many who A faint smile touched the rosy lips and dollar check to tho hvily fcictv same atbed t and the same washstand Yes fell in the crowd never rose again lit- Â¬ and with a demure yes sir the girl tiis Mde and then to that of the speaker everything the A Sew Penitentiary vanished tle children were seen looking for their You aro very kind uncle far kinder Mr RtisLIn on Dres5 Presently he stenned toward the curThe bill ts establish a new penitenA few minutes later an elderly gentfe than I deserve but i tains and remarked parents parents lookina for their chil Ah and the Fame Mr Ruskin finds himself at a loss be- Â¬ man entered with intelligent strongly Bat what lad Speak nut would old curtains Looking round ho be Â¬ fore no subject and talks with aa much tiary passed tbe Lower House of our dren while the air was rent with cries marked features and a shred look iu you prefer it in some other form held the young lady and turning round dogmatic emphasis of womans dress as State Legislature by a vote of 73 yeas of rage angui h and despair Still he menEdwards tenderly Ah they clung tenaciou ly to the few Cutlery Guns tal eyes which Feemed to take thesingle stroigly overfingers closed had takenand he said 1 game you young dog and the of the abomination of machinery and to 10 nays Hardware measure of his visitor at a the hand he in same old of the beauty of earth and sky Hia worldly possesious they had succeed- Â¬ glance his Mr Fleming welcomed the bill a But hastily replied the under ideas on womans duties in this life are Well sir what is your business burning Yes uncle in this graduate that young kdy is my short and exact She is to please the harbinger of roform It was time ed in bringing from theircompletely PISTOLS with me homes thereby almost Tbe old mau looked keenly rom one sisterJTo which the reply came Yes people to feed them in dainty ways to fur reform Under the prc ient system KAILS I am your nephew to the other Iknow ahSthe tame old story T clothe them to keep them orderly to men were sent to the penitentiary for blocked up the narrow streets through CASTINGS So my daughter told me What do You are asking a good deal nephew As for the pleasing Mr for crime and were there polished and which the masses were doly thread Â¬ c TOOLS teach them you wantT ilemarkable Spots on the Sun Polly have you been encouracing tlu3 Ruskin is convinced that tasteful dress educated into more thorough criminals ing their ncy At length thj police was thinking of goim into busiI young man in his presumption Some large and remarkable spots have is necessary and he expatiates upon numbers to throw ness and thought I would come and Im afraid I have father was the recently been seen on the sun and it i this conviction in a way calculated to The gentleman from Frankliu had said interfered and caused the rivers or any- Â¬ talk it over wilh you and ask you to give smiiing response worth the whi e of thoso who have tele- in this penitentiary their bunJles into He esteems that prison reform much delight the fair me a lift where eNe out of tho way so as to closelv the rolar cHmV men go my daughter tcones to watch give vou impossible a woman to It certainly seemed it What better capital do you want into worthy keeping and if iyou make jiSuu spots are interesting objects even as the duty of Now mind look as lovely was GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET possible he says you so He was glad to know that the facilitate the escape of the people from I A strong able than you already have your husbands heart as happy as your when they remain substantially un-- always dress charmingly it is the nrst warden IRON WARE system was provided under this the frightful death which threatened bodied young man wanting a liftl Y u mother did mine during the few short changed in appearance from day today duty of a girl to be charmintr and she I Tl ilTcx nit Ii i VT1 JIM ui ilTl Ii in i n BST JOB WORK done to order such as oueht to be ashamed of yourself What years that she tarried by my side he liutwhen as sometimes happens start- - CAsnot tre cJKllliUwUiiittt Ill v VTSfc i Ill It illhlH rr IIn 5fiS5uWM - AMjn 5- JjgTjrTTraftmrfej in irrrnrli hayeyjubeen dninfT TvTnfcrhlrtTrryil a e Rohng Guttering Speutinz hifIti t Tvr fcJCta u CAaillJ0 TlICEBrCU f c u Ed wards aeerfluahed wtttrantrer j inlet ibeautifuldress without extravamince n theiwsrafctomerfltettrdm5JKrankiin VTjgejTiBrYyqB tnwwijAerveryrti feb7 79 at this unceremonious language but Hickman Ky 1wleTttriseitoteeh5ggstpitch iuuu ycumc nuujcicaa It it thatis to say without wasto or unneces-- wmi fln srtlicft tn kbb thn fruition of feeling that he could not afford to quarestimated that over thirty people wero student of nature would not willingly Biry splendor NEW YO KKTIFTY YEIKS AGO his hopes in the improvement of the rel with his wealthy relative he gave no spend hours at the telescope with the trampled to death in the streets and He doe3 not insist that the dress other indication of it chance of teeing for instance what should be costly on the contrary he ad rivers A Ccncrnl Talk on Oll Xcw York by Win Mr Owens said that so unanimous one hundred wounded were conveyed Saved nothing fromyour salary I was once actually observed a ereat spot vises that it should be markedly simple K UoiUrc Lou before the firo had been the approval of expressions to the hospital suppose on the sun suddpnlv stilit in turn thn to put down the curse of luxury and Xew Tort Tribune Q reached the foreign settlement the rcsi No its ony five hundred not more j pieces gliding rapidly apart as though waste that is consuming England of approval of this bill that the House dent felt auxious and began to pack When I was a boy said Mr Dodge in I sliding over smooth ice than enough for my expenses Nevertheless the dress while simple resembled r happy family in which up But this appears to have beet an Humphl You are able to dres your Â¬ a conversational tono to the audience cun spots iiavo an especial interest on be becoming and pleasaitly there was no discord on any subject were in self out of it I perceive I have known there York only 85000 inhabitants the account of the unexplained connection must and what his female reader Ho thought therefore his retnurka almost needless task for when the firo varied New I remember going to men to n ar and educate a large family between them or their cause and the thinks it necessary to buy beyond this 1 might be considered superfluous He did reach them there was no one to bo on five hundred a year and if you old stone bridge which was entirely cut phenomena of terrestrial magnetism buy he com Â¬ did not thiuk there was any necessity found to convey their goods and chat Â¬ for the good of trade off from the city I remember well the have been unable to nave anything you As a general rule when sun spots are mands and immediatelyburn tels away this was particularly tho certain1 are not able to go into business first murder I ever heard talked of A numerous the mystic curtains of the He is not a little judicious in other for a branch penitentiary that the de case when the residence of the mis on your own accouut When I was at William street tailor killed his wife Aurora are frequently seen waving injunctions He especially hates long mand for it had been an adroitly mansionary ladies at No 11 ignited Every your jge ray income was less than three He was hanged on a hill at Broadway noiselessly in the northern heavens It and White street The Battery then is not unlikely this brilliant auroral walking dresses and declares that sucn ufactured public clamor Thinks to thing had been got ready for flight hundred doMais and Isavrd half of it dres cs should never touch the ground the spur given by the Legislature the What is the business you wish to engage was a promenade and the Castle Garden display may be seen this winter at all He scorns cheap ready made penitentiary was in a better condition but hud to be left in the house as uo Tho Bowery Green was was a fort inT be fouud willing to kind beautiful spot near the citv I recall An old bachelor who particularlv clothing of any and heand condemns than it had beeu for years There was coolies were totask of removing tho Stationary and boots Six hundred urges that all a 3 the fact of a minister who had a church I -- hated literary women asked an au eewine machines tho treasury taxes had been undertake the deficit in dollars will buy it as the owner is obliged should learn dres3 making and de- Â¬ to ell a rare chance t3 Pi I dont a k you in Wall street hiring a house in White thoress if she could throw any light oa girls a part of every day to making as raised in order to meet the deficit nnd boxea of clothing The American le Â¬ vote Kobert Lennox kissing I could said she looking to cive me the amount only lend it I street as his residence it would entail an additional expense gation was iu imminent ganger for in the father of the present Mr Lennox archly at him but I think its better pretty dresses as they can whp good ma- Â¬ to will give you my note with interest build this branch S150000 would some time aud Mr Clatauds hotel have no terial for the poor people in the dark Young man I have several such pa expostulated with him for his imprutime or taste to moke them well for not eattsfy the hungry contractors If Ltuted seven diuvreut times but ftsch pers already You can have all of them dence in living so far up town and hav w o Vatn is it for women when a virtuous themselves his was the only vote he should stand time the flames were successfully sup The old for five dollars ant I warn jou that it ing a church in the city pressed The residence of Bishop love has once entered tho breast to at- Â¬ by his record as agaiust this uunees will prove a poor investment at that I watchers were a curious institution An Ornament to the Profession tempt to expel the intruder Once ad Williams of the American Episcopal These men used to shout through their can live you some advice through A student applied the other day to one sary expenditure mitted it is like the key stone oF an Mission was burned which if you follow will be worth a good horns the hour and that all was well of the district court3 for admission to Mr Owens is a member alter our and they could be heard by nearly the arch which it instead of dislodging many times over the amount you asked practice and an examination committee own heart Wo take htm to be talent presses more firmly into its place whole of New York Ilts Royal Hightess Arthur Will-CoBut vou wont do it of one was appointed by the judge to We used to take a great deal of paint Duke of iatu Patrick Albert How do you know that said Ed ed and brave capable of uttering and often at conclusions CD In 1S2S I wens says Men proverb jump do dogs We saw ascertain his qualifications The ex- Â¬ 5 ward with a smile who began to feel to drum up custom naught third sou oi Queen Victoria is the So began with amination voting his own convictions even when more at home with his eccentric rela- into business on my own account I had a dog at the conclusion of a cat which announced as the probable successor Do vou smoke sir for my partner an old family friend who was sticking through in a helpless minority Wo think he is tive Id like to hear it anyway the opening of a I do sir of Mr J Winstou Spencer Churchill Well hear it is Go back to your had been graduated from Yale Uolloge partly closed door right The 150000 appropriated all Dtfke of Marlborough to the Ytwroy Have you a spare cigar He came down to the city with the idea disturbance than a and it created moro place in the store save three dollars a church scandal Yes know is ia inadequate that it scarcely ship of Ireland The salary of the week from your salary which you can that ho knew a great deal about everyNow what is the first duty of a thing I had sold a large amount of A well dkessed por on is a neat one lawver sir easily do learning in the meantime all will commence it and that it must cost office is S100000 and the expenses of 3D but a hungry man is an eater you pesubly can in regard to the busi- - poods to eastern and western peddlers To collect fees the State at least half million dollars the vice regal household paid Peddlers in those days used to stop at Right What is the second The foundationof every honso should vou wish to pursue At the end of four the villages and show their goods Soon has vacant Our reiv RsjIlrnaU To increase the number of his cli- Â¬ The present penitentiary be truth the timbers virtue the clapÂ¬ after vro started in business three of j ears you will have the capital you seek From the MayfieM Demosrit cells and if the policy of employing boards faith and the roof charity while ents peddlers came in with leather together with sufiiMont experience and these When doss your position toward large numbers on public improvements The new road which the iiiehnond judgment to know how to use it And straps over their shoulders They saw the sewers should be so constructed client change Southeastc u Railway Compttiy pro- Â¬ that the devil cannot crawl in the back yourWhen making a bill of co3ta better still it will be yours earned by something they liked in tho window Â¬ be carried out there will be no neces your own industry and self denial and and came in to make a bargain They way poses to build will enter the State at Explain sity of overcrowding again The six Pound Gap pass thence to Louisville worth more to you than ten times that had large tin boxes with them I said We are then antagonistic I assume Mau is Dk Lellv amount got in any other way Then to them while they were in the store I the thinking Bidell says part of humanity and the character of plaintiff and he be- Â¬ hundred thousand dollar deficit now thence between the lines of the Louis see that you have Btarted in business couin and see me again on the State should be a warning to our villa and Nashville and the Paducah comes the defendant woman the feeling part Youd rather have my money than just like myself I would like you to A suit decided how do you stand legislators to go slow in saddling this Ehzabethtown roads to some point advice I daresay added Mr Stone aa put your tin boxes there pointing to a A Itescnctl Rcbulic with the lawyer conducting the other but well be betplace in tho store and have your goods E Iward anse to go new penitentiary appropriation ou our in Fulton county on the Mississippi One of those cxcrcsences on life a feÂ¬ side river which will probably be Hickmau tor friends four years hence than if I sent here eyen if you dont buy any Cheek by jowl people We believe that it is an unne went into a lit you have it Sit down nephew thing fram me I wsnt to make a show male slanderer morning with neighbors Enough sir you promise to become cessary expenditure and that the mem This route would bring the road thro her tongue the tiain you have to take wont leave of business and people will think I am hoiuc theo her Trigg and then an uir line would run loaded with new venom Thero were an ornament to your profession and I They selected until six in tho evening You must doing a large trade principles Combine the choicest cathartic wish you success Now are you aware bers voting for it though they repre it through Grave county and of course a places and were well pleased My part- Â¬ several women present and the slander stay to tea I want you to see what in medicine in proportions awnratcly ad people of Mayfield of tho duty you owe me er 8 eves glistened in anticipation sent so large a majority are justly the complete little housekeeper 1 have and ner fiom Yale came to mo and said justed to ecure activity ccruiuty and Perfectly would not under such circumstance Throwing herself in a chair she said Aro these what you call customers male you acquainted with her unlfonnit rof effect They are the result Held re censurable and should be Describe it One half tho world dont know how of j ears of careful study and practical ex Â¬ allow themselves to be left out ia tho Yes large oaks from little Polly I he called out opening the I said sponsible for an increase and continua cold periment and arc the inot effectual rem It is to invite you to drink ThaUint your He didnt quite agree the other half livts door into the hall acorns grow edy yet discovered for diseases caused by But suppose I decline tion of a higher rate of taxation In prompt obedience to this summons with me JThese three peddlers grew to fault quietly observed one of tne comderangement of the stomach liver and There his ITeeHlj Muses m a ro y cheeked bright eyed girl tripped be noble men One is in Ohio and pany The slanderer left the room dis- is Candidate scratcheskindheadrecord in s bow els which require prompt and effec-Â¬ on no instance of the gusted tual treatment Avrits Pims are spo in The neat print dress had been another is iu Uanbury and has accumuThere is a bill before the Massachu Â¬ Tliouglits to Farmer books the rWIIv applicable to this class of diseases changed for a pretty merino but our lated a largo fortune setts Legislature providing that in fuA Sad Slory For the Hickman Courier You are right and the confidence They act directly on the digcstiio and In those days when the minute ser- Â¬ beri did not fail to recognize her and processes and restore regu Â¬ assimilative with which you made the assertion A very singular caeo of loss of per of cotton in this section ture iu all the cities of that State tho The sronth vice began in the churches two chains his face flushed painfully as he did so lar healthy action Their extensive usu read Polly continued her father this were stretched across the street and no sonal identity has been discovered at shows you havedrink the law attentively at anything like the preseut prices will laborers in public employment shall be liv phj ici ms in their practice and by and Ill sign your take the pnid at least once a week The New Bcllair Ohio and has attracted much Lets ail uwli7ed nations is one of the niauv is your cousin Edward He leaves on one was allowed topasH the church undoubtedly pay well to all small York Herald is an earnest advocate of proofs of their valuo as a safe sure and attention from medical men who all certificate want his Brooklvn was a vcrv small villacre then tbe six oclock train and I perfectly reliable purgative medicine admit that nothing jtnt like it hats ever short stay with us as pleasant as possi- with not more then 10000 inhabitants The fate which dogs Kate Claxton farmers or routers Cotton is an easy the measure and says lkiiig compounded of tho concentrated ble There was no ferry and hundreds of before come under their immediate ob-Â¬ and the Two Orphans seems as remorse Â¬ crop to cultivate You can raise more It is to be hoped the bill will be- of pnrcly veg table substances virtues ago a Some nine months he little boats of all sorts and colors were servation Polly is my little housekeeper they are positively fro from calomel or come a law and that tne other ctatcs less and stubborn as the ancient furies r rather any injurious properties and can bo I hiio at the river fiont as thic as the hack man apparently about added turning to his nephew In Baltimore a hght in the vestibule of to the band than one can pick out and which adhere to the monthly system d leatly at a liriniitircd to children with perfect a woman for the work and she does all men are now at the Grand Central De- Â¬ slender of good address occurred during the mati- therein gives employment to the wo Â¬ will imitate the example of Ma sasliu safety tired found himself start i ij on the the theaterthe the rct When shes eighteen she shall pot They charged ten cents After tumult and confusion men and the little ones Besides il setts It is of the utmost irapurtince A rns Pimjj arc an effectual cure for platform of the railway station of that nee and have all the servants she wants but she ward there were the horse boats to carry Constipation or Ccjtiveness Indi Â¬ brought on a panic The word fighti town a little money in his pocket and gestion Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite must serve her apprenticeship first It people across In 1821 the first steam liro when the sives employment through the summer to the working classes that they hhould was mistaken for Foul Stomach and Jireatli Dizzi Â¬ Not a valise in his hand containing undermay stand her in a good stead she may terryboat went over to Brooklyn So wc have some- - be paid as frequently as possible They audience rushed for the door crowding aud full seasons ness Headache Loss of 31cmory take it into her headto marry a poor as many people passed over the ferry in clothes and toilet articles Hehad no and trampling upon each other shriek thin to employ our time at home pro can always make better iccica with Numbness ISiliousncss Jaundice idea of his name and nothing furnished a week as now go over in a day De man as her mother did before her Eh Luckily they were fitably and pleasautly to all of us who storekeepers aud even with landlords Khciiinntisin ICruptloiis and Skin ing and crying my girl Witt Ciinton pushed forward the great any clue to it excipt the one word nearly all ladies and children and a want to make a living honestly Diseases Diopsy Tumors Worms If who are naturally nuxioas to turn a night Ralph Kcurlgla Colie Gripes Dlarrhuci Marys only reply to this was a smile plan of uniting tho Hudson River with For two or written ou he tried to shirt stout policeman succeeded by sheer therefore the farmers would plaut les their capital over as oftea as- possible trace three hours Dysentery Gout 1iles Disorders of and blush Our hero was considerably the lakes and of forming a canal It some connection between himself and force in pressing them back into the the Lier and sill other diseases result when the credits they rerjuiroaro short embarrassed by the recollection of the was decided that the Stale should build audience room where by the appeals of corn and more cotton always enough i from a disordered state of the diged Eveiy the past but without avail corn to do them and the balance in cot In the larc majority of private esÂ¬ he had made but the quietly the canal In lS2o it was completed mistake liiro apparatus thing wa3 blank to the moment when the ushere and actors they were finally get on better have more tablishments weekly payments are tho cordial greeting of his young hostess eoon A canal boat came from Buffalo to AlAs a Dinner Pill they have no equal he seemed to have awakened from a quieted without serious damage result- ton they will bany and was towed down the Hudson put him comparatively at rest ing While gentle in their action these spondulieks in his purse bettor clothes rule except iu special eies such as oblivious tleep He went to the At her fathers request who was very River The steamboat Chancellor Liv- long Tills arc the most thorough and scan h aud large mills of his Fancy if you can American au- ttc Corn is not a full ciop for any certainly uoand railroads there- thera is ilg catlnrtie that can bo cmploed and proud of his daughters varied accoin- - ingston loaded with the leading men of nearest inu informed iu keeperretired rea on nhy should peculiar mental condition end nsvergive tuiii unless the bowels arc in Â¬ diences submitting to such regulations farmer It ouly furnishes employ for Western New York was on the river to early to bed persuaded Mary sang and payed flamed and then their iiillucnco is bcal that his memory a3 the following At Kieff the Direc Â¬ ment about four to five months in the be any exceptiun iu the public service De Witt Clinton celebrate the event ler cousin and his visit ended insingui igThey stimulate the appetite anil rwould soon be restored The next day lar contrast to the ttormy way it com- Â¬ was there and also Dr Mitchell who a temperance If cturer came to the houso tor of Police has ordered that the au year aud the remainder they are doing Under the present plan in Massachu Â¬ digestive org ins thev ojicrate to purify dience must not hiss tho actors that md brought bottles of water from the or padding arouud hunting setts aud we have no doubt in othc and enri h tlus Mood and impart re Â¬ Edward refused the menced and getting acquainted with Ililph in applause is allowed only at the end of nothing think from this stand point sections of the caaotry the laborer newed health and vigor to tho whole noto tendered to him at parting for Western lakea lie made an addreis I to hear his discourse in the each act and that recalls must not ex- Â¬ work rystem lie poured the bottlci of water from vited him his travelingexpenses We haudle only a msra- fraction f what evening Ralph was present and whilo ceed thre in number At Marseilles we would make belter neighbors CO PREPARED BY DR J C AYER The old man smiled as he returned lake Superior Like Huron Lake Erie listening attentively was seized with an the Mayor has forbidden any manifes would all get along much easier and they earn trom oav end of th year to and the other lakes into the river and the note to his pocketbook rractlcil and Anal j deal Cbcinbts uncontrollable d re to run out dooM tation beforo the fall of tho curtain ou the capitalist can be assured to lay out tho other their wages bcij assigned mi that the commerce of the West waa Hes a sensible young chap after Lowell Mass and break the windows of an adjacent the third dehut At Nantes the artiot his means iu largo manufacturing es Â¬ to their creditors and drawn by them daughter as now to be mingled with tho commerce all he remarked to his OLn nr aix bicjcgists EVEnvwnriiE out a number debuts is submitted Its of the world as these waters were groggery This brought the barkeeper after three of subscribers 6imply tablishments in this county and we or their representatives It would bo the door closed after his guest Sold Iy c A IIOtfOJIIIE of its patrons including the mingled with tho waters of the world to the vote can then realize a far better price for an imporlaut n Jdttiou So the comfort in him if it only can be Drought out who after falling upon him and beating BLACK DRAUGHT cures costive We shall see we shall see and self rcspaet of laborers il thev 20000 a all llio cotton that we do raira B OUGH makes sometimes puts on a clean him very badly caused his arrest An editor John A good deal for father to say was I could handle their own earnings Bess and Sick Headache Mud Cheek Faumek Several prominent citizens became iu- - year thought collar merely as a necks change Marys inward comment who For sale by Buck Cowcill Headquarters for all Kinds of School Boohs and School Supplies hor Vtmiatn ttto innqt DVAf Tnnf atrrpeftDlor 1 aung nan alio liofl f RBNZ9 1 jho JE-1- lonely woman amid the multitude of lone and sorrowful women more to be pitied than another I think it is a wife looking upon tho one she ha promised to honor lying upon the bed with his hat and boots on Her comforter who swore at her as long as he could speak at all Her protector ut- Â¬ terly unable to brush a fly from his own face Her companion lyitg in the stupor of death with none of its solemn dignity As he is entirely unconscious of her acts I wonder if she never employs the slowly passing mo ments in taking down her old idol her ideal from its place in her memory and comparing it with its broken and de- faced - i ma w- - before her OF nil Door ire r rotccn Idols scattered into fragments r tne divine patience of womanhood Â¬ If there be a Drnniards Wires Â¬ tcreJtedln him and labored in vain to lrarn something of his antecedents The phy icinn of theeounty Belmont infirmiry made his acquaintance ana after a while seeing that he was very inteligeut quick witted and trust- Â¬ worthy appointed him his assistant He has far more than averago capacity nas a guuu ituuvvieugo ui uusiuess uuu is a very expert penman Ho is mentally sound in every thing except per- Â¬ sonal identity Many people thought him feigning at first but nine months of close observation- has convinced them of his absolute sincerity and Dr He wetter of the infirmary has- reported the strange case in lull to tho JfosDital Â¬ - jOL XV NO Where Ii lls 37- 2T - K Fmll j ivrt I TUo Â¬ 11 - Â¬ R B Brevard Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ plainly-furnishe- d Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ti ii TTi T nT TT-ifc X j5iifcT WiS5S5aS3t i I u- mW Â¬ Vi - - n Q fa c Â¬ w e o KM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ig2 s 8 -- s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Q a ft n- Â¬ o tj Â¬ a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cathartic Pills Â¬ entt-rpri-in- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - five-doll- ar Â¬ - Â¬ J ik teiaiteBJMiafa rpfaaffaffi I ijiSftC- - Ji 3 igraezgwyH lwlj 09 i p i 9 0 S3 c5 p H H M CU 0 FT CO o S 0 C CO o W o eo w H W hi fvl E i if Sr r I S e s a Lj S j 3 CO s M o S H H 0 o 8 H M o O ca 55 S g so ESJ3 02 o 2J O r O 53 THE HICKMAN COURIER Electioneering Tho time his come H o 5 pmeKn s M o Railroad Matters Col O P CO --5 H M o WASHINGTON LETTER o PI PI o o o -- S o O P W 03 2 CO o w 5S o 1 J ft ra i a 0 EicutucSty in our politics when it is impossible for n cinrtidato to make rCDLlSHRD EVERY FRIDAT BY an active canvass without expending a large sum of money himself or relying ThU mon Â¬ upon friends to do it for him - KENTUCKY JIICKMriAr ey is always put where it will do tbo moBt good and without any particular thought Orrcc Ileinzc Building Clintoa Street about the matter rotes aro actually bought by those who would blush to own 7ht OliittNeicspaperin Western Kentucky thai they had ever been guilty of such a disreputable thing Blue Grass Clipper A few years since the Legislature 2corgc passed a law known as tho Bribery evil correct 2 Act designed to law was the pe od com plained of The a - i j FRIDAY TTT TOUCH 26 1SS0 una o kuow mat u exeneu ing influence But it stood in tat way of unscrupulous office seekers POJHT5CL DICT4TORS and ths present long winded Legisla- Â¬ The Hickman Courier is a very ture repealed it Now the doors are small little bit of a political power again open for the freo use of money and whisky in popular elections but we claim aa CSS o 4 0 1 - en n o o o gxoUzztoml awte 1 1 al To the lor a Democratic Stale Contention 3C GEORGE WARREX Warren Editor Price of Subscription rcr -- independent covereign t of conviction oti political custters which we utter when some of the preat er lights would not do eo We dont know how to be anything rhe than a strict Democrat if we desired and wouldnt know how to change if there was a necessity but we do Luow how to feel one grand disguEt for great democratic leaders when they act as eonie democratic leaders are now act m inR Sl III m km t In saying this we refer to the dis Mr Biokncll of Ind has made a or tensions and dirieions uow prevailing report from the seleot committee on in the Democratic party A large ma Â¬ the stato of the law respecting ascar H A T tainment and declaration of result of Â¬ Coffeo jority of Democratic newspapers and KEEPSFlour Lard Bacon c to be election of President and UCK Democratic leaders aro engaged and found in Hickman Having no partner a joint resolution docompanyin HlCrMH KENTUCKY to divide profits with will sell goods the bare been continuously since the rei proposing a Sixteenth amendment cheaper Speciality in Coffees Green suit of the last presidential election which provides that the President and ATTEND TO ALL BffSDCEsS Ground and Roasted Cme and see for entrusted to their care Vice President shall be elected by a in an intensely bitter fight against yourself Office Millet Block E2Country produce of all kinds taken direct vote of the people each other their guns are turned in exchange for goods or Cosh maris against each other and not against the BustneKs Talli enemy the Republican party C It is on old and tried Republioan totft ami We remind these great leaders Gen John B Henderson of Missouri ATTORNEY Ar LAW who says that if Grant be a candidate Our Political Notes TTJtniTZ SCIIIIOEDEB that it is the Republican party the The gave the venerable senaCollector Real Estate Agent Congress will probably remain in in the present temper of political par ture aad dirt shoveling has already tor an additional notoriety boom and Democratic masses wish to beat and FASHIONABLE ties he fears an effort to inaugurate begun in the old dominion Work for a few weeks he was the cynos of session until July HICKMAN KY not any particular element or faction SHOE MAKER The Domocratic Stale convention is him whether elected or not The will open p in this State the latter the Senate galleries as he walked back BOOT AND Will attend promptly to U bus of our own party We want to beat Thb road will start and forth in tho open space behind the to meet in Lexington on the 17th of danger of Mexieanizing this Republic part of tho spring ness entrusted him in Southwestern at Yorktown or some other desirable is greater in his judgment Gea Grut not Tildon Blaine not June than the SHOP North West corner of Moscow Kentueky and Northwestern Teaxassee chairs his hands clasped behind him temporary success of the Democratic point east of Richmond on the sea a stooped ihoulderd picturesque reply Special attention given to the iavestiga md Troy Aveuuos East Hickman Ky Hendricks Sherman not Thurman Kentucky booms for Grant Sher party Satisfaction guaranteed tion of Land titles and the puroln saa 5 saz When the rule of the majori- board pass through Richmond and to the question jzzx2 tho old love Can In a word we want the Democratic man is next in popularity and Blaine ty is once broken the result is either Lynohburg and cross hs southeast may9 iimuiiuwuiuimTiwi iu aiiimiUiiiiuuuU sale ef Real Estate rjnStf Tho outward appearances of martial party to succeed not any individual is last border of Kentucky through Pound anarchytor monarchy In preference TO BUY TOUR Forty years trial to proved 8LAPK toleraoce were kept up for a year or candidate for President The Greenbackers bare a State or to either of these give ua tho peaceful Gap thence the enterprise will he two The wedded pair were seldom DBAUQHT the best liver BJedicWIE on through Beattyvillo and Siioc Maker We nsed to have an exalted enthu ganization in every State iu the Union rule of any party The one may be pushed seen together except at breakfast at Drugs the world Medicines HICKMAN KENTUCKY remedied without blood the other Richmond Jessamine Woodford An- Â¬ the Imperial Hotel when transient siasm for the very name of Democrat except Florida For sale by Brrcxi CowaU-tnever In connection with this can- Â¬ derson and Shelby counties and will drummers stared at the pretty blonde Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made Tennessee will probably instruct for and would now go any honorable length FANCY TOILET ARTICLES In- Â¬ to order and in the latest fashion did avowal take the statement so fres carom on Louisville and finally picket to win success for tho grand old party Bayard and his friends claim a major- quently made by the third termers that on the Mississippi river opposite Cairo or made bold efforts to get acquainted PINE PERFUMES visible patches put on wheih last longer Citizen Tax Payers wth the old mans grand daughter SOAPS than when sewed All I ask is a trial where it will make connections with but how can we rank and file culti- - ity of the Southern States they favor Grant because he will be Mrs Christiancys almost constant Shop next door to City Barber Shop I do sot wish t be considered harih PAINTS Gen Grant has arrived in Texas and suie to net in if elected that is if he the great roads leading North West e either admirationor enthasiaara feb7 70 nor do I wish to specalate on year delin Â¬ i cpmpanjojvahexjQiinR atejgsona-rj OILS will proceed atjonto tomakea tour ol tTiTuk8 noeitnemas or ougtft-- trnrre--ctHBoq-UJ quency But I amcontraiud U tall xoa amid such continued bickerings dis Â¬ youth of sixteeuA few DYE STUFFS the Southern States to assist the Grant had votes enonsh to nivo him the Journal candidly who hv not paid tfcir taxes Sale months after the Senator resigned and The great boom tentions and divisions for the years 1877 and 1878 that ubIcss office Remember there has been no went as Minister to reru Mrs Christi Aasurlllc Centennial the same is paid promptly I shall levy leaders I evidently care for nothing CIGARS AND TOBACCO threat of counting out Bear in mind Thurmnn is regarded by a great The grand gala day of Tennessee and ancy followed him but in a very short upon and sell your property Ren ember spoils of office above self and the many shrewd politicians as a most that the only instance of fraudulently Tennesseans comes on April 23 1880 time was seen again in Washington and that the law allows fifty oenls for every Poclcct Knives Kasors KENTUCKY STRICT all levy and six per cent additional The control of the two great political available man for the Democratic nom putting a defeated candidate into the and will witness at Nashville the now the newspapers arc rife with ruconstantly on hand for hire of which must be paid by the party owing Presidency was the Republican crime parties of the day the Democratic aDd ination KEEPS sale States capital the celebration of the mors of divoroe suits Mrs Christian Â¬ SEWING MACHINES Shall I make these costs or c the taxes which gave Mr Hayes the place which of its set cy especially has gone into print hav will you pay up aBd save it yonrseltes Republican eeem to have passed from The Republicans of this State will he now irregularly occupies HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS Putting one hundredth anniversary pages that ing been mot free and bounteous of 1 mean business the question patronage heretofore Thankful the hands of the people absolutely into hold their convention in Louisville on these expressions and these facts to tlement History has few Compounded tended him for solicits a continuance ex- Â¬ That isRespectfully Prescriptions Accurate of he Fulton has as yet gether and scanning them in the light are brighter than Tennessees and audience with interview charging her the 14th of April B R WALKER Sheriff the hands of a few great leaders and janl same proud of this fact proud of their soil husband with drunkenness personal at the Drug Store of appointed no delegates of the strong man theory so persis loving violence and with the sale of his seat themselves make the great leaders their land and all its holy and New York and Pennsylvania have tently paraded and we get a huat of this claim and acknowlegement and instructed for Grant Rhode Islands the real purpose that lies at the base tender memories people have deter in the Senate for a money considera8l o mined that expression shall be given to tion the peoplo cannot or will not help Maine and a majority of the Districts of the Grant movement From tho their sentiments in en ovation which Washington Post A Sample ot Kenrncjlsm of Indiana for Blaine themselves Co shall do honor to the occasion and pay Proprrs Young The following is a specimon extract Hence it is talked as an accepted No State Democratic conventions MISSISSIPPI EUVCE lROB meed to those men of iron who gave from Kearneys recent speech in San so glorious a hcrtiage have been held yet and no expression fact in the Republican party that NE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER LE3I woo p S3 Francisco for which he has been senConsignments Solicited i Some will be held in of choice made Memphis Avalanche New York belongs to Conkling tenced to imprisonment 3 A Bier Csrner In Opium Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country S April and some ic May T It seems there wai a minority report may9 79 Pennsylvania to Cameron Ill tell you who the two hundred - era O cq E 2 rrouuee iive oibck eicWithin the past fortnight there has The Kentucky Democracy are not of the Mississippi River Commission been an extensive speculative move- h bound villains aro who born h c Ohio to the Shermans Seymour Bayard Hen Â¬ Gen Comstock of Detroit and Gen And as democrats looking at results for Tilden Thurman but for any good Ben Harrison of Indianapolis have ment in opium sending prices up from are meeting in secret in this city if dricks or They are your deadly enemies these we are prepared to listen to the idea democrat who can beat the Republican submitted a report to the Secretary of 85 25 to 6 75 per lb duty piid for new At the close to day holders were two hundred lawless assasius and in- Â¬ -War that these distinguished Republican nominee In their opinion navigation indisposed to sell except at a consid cendiaries who arc meeting now to de ESS S cannot he improved by building levees leaders do shape thoir partys voice as The three political National Con Â¬ erable margin over best bids nearly cide who shall be hung and who shall Â¬ oa top of the hank but tfie improveo J here is uiaus aprecues tne with a machine all seeming to have confidence in a escape ventions will be held in June that of REFITTED REFURNISHEB HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED ments must be made by contracting biggest thief who ever went unhung In the Democratic parlance it is the Republicans in Chicago June 3 the width of the river to about three further sharp advance THIS thoroughly renovated Convenient to river and railroad and attentive The movement is based on reports and him I am man enough to tell mat ot tne ureenoacsers in unicago thousand feet with works in the bed watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this seotion equally understood that June 10 and of the Democrats in of the river They believe that the from Smyrna of extensive damage to him so to his face He induced his may9 79 W New York belongs to Tilden crop by unfavorable weather men to take an oath to club Kearney Cincinnati on June 27 hi ii ex- Â¬ growing jetty experiments of Capt Eads Indiana to Hendricks I tell advices state that the spring sow but they dont dare to do it The Frankfort Yeoman is of opin ploded the idea that navigation can be Some beeu Kentucky to Watterson Sec rendered almot useless you right here that ii I hear of any man ion that the Governor has no right to improved by levees It is a little sin Â¬ ing has other woids that these high con- remove Col South from the position gular that as Generals Comstock and while trinter sowing is very little short plotting to kill me by I will kill him In 43 W CD 23 I now warn Geo John It is not an so help me tracting parties and their associates as lessee and keeper of the penitentia- Â¬ Harrison should have progressed so of completely destroyod who is at the head and the unusual thing for prices to be given a F Miller seated around a table is New York or ry and thinks a bill paessd by the far as to think about tho queition of speculative turn on crop reports with rest of these two hundred Chinese lov- Â¬ Washington months before hand can Legislature authorizing such removal river improvement they should still a subsequent reaction when faois come ers that if I am killed he and the rest inasmuch cling to that absurd notion that levers would be unconstitutional undertake to deliver the electoral vote as South holds the position under con protect alluvial lands from overflow to band showing the aotual condition of the two hundred shall be singled out These incen Â¬ for special vengeance of the people of a great State or tract and to impair the obligation of and that to obtain this protection they to be quite different from what was diaries who want to fight why dont New York Com first represented g States to any agreed candidate or can- Â¬ a contract would bo contrary to the adviso the closing of such gaps as now mercial Bulletin they come out If they have two hunexist because of the lack of expori We are not prepared to dis- Â¬ constitution didates dred or fivo huadrod w can find an ence in the improvement of streams by equal number to go out to the beach An Immense Wlient Crop ability to do it In fact pute their Scarcely have we become familiar the method suggested According to tho Western newss and fight them but no they want to some instance of the past rather eon There is an enravins in the last papers the prospeots of the winter do their fighting in secret If they with the news of the famine in Ireland firm the assumption that they can de Â¬ number of Harpers Bazar which will wheat crop in that section are excel- Â¬ kill mc then the insurrection will when the ocean cablo brings similar liver votes like so many goods and the news from the Turkish provinces of afford the members of the Mississippi lent In eleven States tho yield it is commence in earnest They tell me if estimated will be about sixty per cent I must shut up or Ieavo the city I people scarcely take time to examine Roumelia and Arminia The relief River Commission some instruction The pie they will study it seriously In Illinois propose to stay here and follow the cost mark Some how or some way committee reports that unless they very ture represents n levee twenty feet larger than last season for instanccan immense yield is prom same course which I begau two soon receive fresh supplies many mus through our own party fealty prejudiof the city of Szege ised a Michigan reports an increase of years aud five months ago Thousands are ens high and pait perioh of hunger Lager Beer Saloon On one side of the levee u the ces blindness or issues thrust upon deavoring to escape to neighboring din seventy per cent Indiana shows a There has been no bulletin lately generally carry their tioket Persian provinces The roads are cov- swolleu rivor in some places running marked acreage increase Missouri which us they MILLERS old stand Clinton street the top of the bank On the and we bless our souls choosing be- Â¬ ered deep with snow and many perish over side of the levoc twenty feet be had an unpreoedentedly large crop from Edison in regard to the electric OYSTERS BOLOGNE SAU other light but something mayliappen any PIOSFEET Fruits Candy Nuts tween tho results of such machinations on the route Accounts from Arminia low the surfaca of the water is the last season well it is expected do The fully as well this year Equally fa- Â¬ day Gas stocks are pretty high again Cheese Crackers etc specialties wiser for the little we may arc heartrending and none tho city with thousands of its citizens in vorable reports come from Ohio Ken and there is a promising chance for an best of Cigars and Tobacco Ev the act of fleeing for their lives know fall to to pnrsuade ourselves tucky Kansas Nebraska and Wiscon other bear movement From the Courier Journal ery one remembers the devastating sin The prosperity ot the farmers that it is the reflection of our own The Courier Journal can answer its floods iu Hungary Thousands of Happily in former years Meade county correspondent now that people were drowned Cities and vil- means tho prosperity of nearly every choice z Â¬ have had the the charter for the great trunk rail lages wero overwhelmed with rushing other class in tho community so that those great leaders the outlook all around is all that could DEALERS IX- Millions of dollars worth of xaodesty not to flaunt it in the peoples road from Richmond Va via Pound waters Gap to Louisville and Fulton county property were destroyed This is the be desired It should be taken into face that without me the treat demo Â¬ on the STOVES Mississippi river has passed sort of calamity that ths people of the account that the rizo of the crop will cratic party is doomed to defeat both Houses and will in all probabil Mississippi Valley will be brought to depend in a greet measure upon the Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work and Repairing Good workmen employ- Â¬ If tho Democratic party doos belong ity be a law by the signature of the face in tbo future if tho River Com Â¬ weather during tho next couple ol ed and the best of material used jyll Governor Moreover the civil engineer mission are permitted to carry out its weeks Tho only draw back thus far to these great machine leaders why DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF employed by the company of Eastern plans of building levees Experiments is tho dearth of snow which appears let them run it Our opinion is that capitalists to survey this road is al- on all rivers prove that building levees to extend ovor all the states above our present party divisions aro caused ready in the eastern part of the State Now York Herald zuentioned HE NICEST The is a woik that is never finished 5 by the arrogant assumptions and rival Â¬ making his first recounoissance bed of the river rises in proportion as The North German Gazette says that CONFECTIONERIES leaders and our hope is ries of thee rise the levee build CANDIES FRUITS AHD SPECIAL AGENTS TOR that they will destroy each other and Mercantile Honor The widow the levees on and Aud But the day of when once a belief is created among on CANNED FRUITS ing goes the Russian people that an attack on let some patriotic leaders to the front of a once promiuent tobacconist of NUTS RAISENS WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES ALSO AGENTS FOR come sooner or the part of Germany is feared it is Petersburg Va has just received a disaster is sure to OYSTERS SARDTNES CIDER jc only a short step from that point to a check for between three and four hun later Cure for Sovo of Liquor Also the best brands Cigars and ToCQS THRESHERS GAAR SCOTT against a threaten New Yorker dred dollars under circumstances some bacco to be found in Hickman at From the Rural Tho Kentucky Legislature has been hostile excitement bo true that Rus Â¬ always Cares and never Disappoints ing neighbor If it BENNY McINTOSHS About forty five engaged the past week At a festival at a reformatory insti wht remarkable worlds E postponing Keeps on hand repairs for same Clinton St next door to S N Whites designs against Germany of which Tho Man and great Pain Holiever Boast Cheap quiolt tution recently a gentleman said of years ago while her husband was in the cousideration of important bills sian for Gen Miliootinc the Russian Minister and reliable the cure of the uso of intoxicating business he sold some tobacco to a Bala of War is credited with being the chief JDUWIMIi drinks I oveicame the appetite by a racrchaut in Bremen who subsequent The whipping post peniteatiary COM Hi UP AS STRAYS bv J R Wea Â¬ ly failed and died without settling his ry and redisricting bills c yet hang promoter aro only postponed until TAKEN living 5 miles East of Hickman i recipe given to mo by old Dr Hatfield France is ready then fortifications A son of that merchant fire near Mud Creek in Fulton county Ky one of thoe old physicians who do indebtedness PITCHEUSCASTORTAisnot be re against a peaceful neighbor may MANUFACTURERS OF 12th day of February 1880 One not have a perceutagc frera a npjgh Mr H Lamotte recently advertised Children grow fat on the and Black Spotted COW and CALF An exchange says that Henderson arded as a sure preparation for a fu Narcotic Â¬ White boring druggUt The prescription is that ho would pay all claims against upon Mothers like and Physi Cow oged about 14 yekrs both marked money out A mis Â¬ ture aggressivo war with Germany timply an orungo every morning half his fathers estate and through Mesrs will not let her CASTOKIA with crop and underbit in right and split take We let out 3300000 on one Neither Franca nor Russia has ever cians recommend Co of Richmond an hour before brujLfost I have tried Bohiner Osterlott It regulates the Bowels cures in left ear but having no otheris marks or the full amount of his fathers in railroad 8100000 on water works and been attacked by Germany and the it and tind that liquor hes become re- Â¬ sent brands perceivable and which apprais Wind Colic allays Fovcrishncss ed 100000 on other improvements and colossal aruiamout of these two States at the value of eight dollars pulsive The taste of the orange is debtedness to the Petersburg merchant PLOWS AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS destroys Worms a few misguided meu here which by compulsion weigh upon all and Witness my hand this tJlst day of Feb Â¬ in the saliva and it would be as well This is an instance of such rare hon there are to dostroy our credit by Europe can thcreforo only bo baaed 1880 ruary wish to mix water and oil as rum with my esty in these htter days that it deserv who mch5 lw J W MAYES J P F C llendereon News upon an aggressive policy repudiating that es to be recorded tato Vice-President Covington Commonwealth We are curious to know what rea Â¬ sons members of the Legislature can assign for voting to repeal this law In short it only required an officer elect before assuming the duties of his office to take an oath that he had used neith cr money nor the value of money to This our Ken Becure an election tucky representatives repeal A great many citizens think this law ex ertd a good influence but whether it accomplished the object sought or not it stood as tho voice of the State condemning wrong Who ever heard the people complaining of this law and demanding its repeal We are curious again to sec the yeas and nays on this repeal but the papers have not published the vote If any of our home members voted yea we shall gladly give space to them to explain to their conatitueuts their reasons for so voting Â¬ Democracy of Kentucky At a meeting of the State Excous live Committee hold at Frankfort March 4 18S0 the following resolu Â¬ tions were adopted Resolved That a Democratic State conventiou to appoint delegates to tho National Democratic convention to meet in Cincinnati June22 1880 and also to select State Electors be and is hereby called to meet in Lexington on Thursday June 17th 1SS0 at 12 nVlnnt JesvlvvdjThalia accordance with the action of the last State convention prescribing that county meetings to appoint delegates to State conventions shall be held on tho samo day through- Â¬ out the State we hereby appoint Sats urday Juno 5th as the day on which the Democracy shall meet at their respective county seats for that purpose The county committees aro requested to give due notice and to name the hour at which the meetings will be held In selecting delegates it is recommended that the new rulo of one for each two hundred votes cast for Blackburn and one for every fraotion of onn hunered and over be observed J STODDARD JOHNSTON Chn J W Tate Secy Â¬ Â¬ pDirect Vote of lite People Â¬ K W Cole will resign tho Presidency of the Nashville Chatta The old Experiment with January and May Another Social Sensation St Louis railway on the 30th noga int and has at the request of the Divorce in High Official Life management of the Louisville Nash- From our Regular Correspondent Great Southorn railroad ap- villc WAsnisaTos March 22 1880 Ue iuniak general b Uol pointed Washington is never quite without The following manager of his- - line official announcement of the change a Bocial sensation with a woman in the has been made case and this winter has been more St Louis Nashville Chattanooga A Railway Office of President Nashville prolific of sensations than usual Tenn March 23 1880 Taking effect this son of an Alabama senator has figur- Â¬ date Mr DeFunink General Manager of ed in one a Georgia senator has ap Nashville railroad is al the Louisville of tiirTpeared in another and now Ex-Seso appointed- - General Manage St Louis rail Nashville Chattanooga Christiancy United States Minister way All orders emanating from him tor to Peru and his young wife are uncn will be respected accordingly B W Cole President viably conspicuous in a third Every- Â¬ A Constitutional Convention body romembers the first appearance Wo trust the Legislature will pass of tho venerable looking sexagenerian an act submitting to the people at the who came into tho Senate Chamber next August election the proposition about four years ago as the represen- Â¬ of calling a Constitutional convention tation of reform within the party and Ae a question of economy to tin State as a supposed moral antithesis of his such a convention is an absolute ne predecessor The appearance of the cessity Many changes in our State Judge of the Supreme Court of Michi Â¬ laws ought to be made that cannot be gan in the seat formerly occupied by under Constitution Mr Chandler was hailed by many as our present Among ether very important ones is a most hopeful political prognostic the changing the basis of representa- Â¬ His political career has been brief and tion The present Constitution fixes romantic Simultaneous with his en- Â¬ the number of Representatives atUOO trance into tho Senate was his registry and Senators at 38 These numbers at a cheap boarding house The land- Â¬ aro too high by half Eighteen Sena lady had a young and pretty daughter tori and fifty fourRepresentatives would Almost every landlady in Washington better iotvo the interests of the people has one or two but this one was re- Â¬ and tks State than the present number markably pretty It was the meeting From the Clinton Demoorat of tho ruler of the Queens Navee and The present Legislature has paised Josephine with a very different sequel the Act Society was rife with gossip about the i courtship aod the marriage that follow A Magnificent Grand Trunk ed fast upon it The landladys Road daughter became Mrs Senator etc Frankfort March 29 What a magnificent grand trunk road is that and her former associates in the the Richmond and Southwestern Rail Treasury Department told with envy how she had bean called upon by Mrs way Company proposes to put through Secretary of State Fish and all the a Kentueky at an early day The ohwU dieTin official and displomatic circles ter has been granted by the Legisla- Â¬ Â¬ marriage na SS iXjIEEjI X New WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON reasonable terms lvinc nnp fourth nt nine souin wesi ot tne Court House in the town of Hickman embracing about FORTT TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES of land nearly all under fence with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING Cfc IKS wm I Uew I 23e w Staple and Fancv F Retail Sealer In IECASiE DE J Jl FA IilS PHASICAN AND SURGEON HICKMAN KENTUCET his Professional Serfiae to of nickman and vicinity OFFERS Keeps in stock at nil times fresh and good Cistern and Stables young bearing choice Groceries Provisions Canned and Orchard of selected fruit good Garden Fresh Fruts C Country Produce bought nov7 spot and good lots of never failing water and kept for sale for Stock For terms apply to the under- Â¬ signed or T M French C F C C 80 B R WALKER Dr J N Ontten M j30 lAEEPS all kinds of staple and faney Having determined to change my busi- Â¬ ness I will sell the place on which I no v lire 7 miles nearly south of Hickman in and Conrectioncries Will be pleased to Obion county Tenn containing see his old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see Quick Sales and Small Profits 150 of which is now in cultivation The us jan4tf place is susceptible of being made a No 1 Wont be undersold Stock farm Terms liberal Will divide into Farms for Sale J Office over Holcombes drug storo Res- Â¬ idence Moulton st near Court House W ROGERS W T Phmmer OFFERS vicinity Office Df GEOCEEIES HIS PROFESSIONAL SER to the citizens ef Hickman anT Corner room in Lacledfr House mchl4 Dk if desired sim aXjXj Also 98 acro9 phis situated oa the Paducah Memphis railroad L B SHAPHERD fe20 Gm GO TO THE sir miles north of tracts W DIESTELBRINK DB2TTIST a m paekee Mem Family Groceries but no Ofiice ia new addition to Lasleds EoteJJ ALL operotions performed ia the mat Come and see at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue East Hickaan Ky jan25 ly space NOtrouble to name all articles to show goods DRUG STOEE OWGDjL R JUL METHENY Family Grocery and Provision Store the best Sugar Molas artistio manner Special attention given to the regulation of childrens teeth Attorneys at Iawr It Tyler haenwte L RAKDLE j2 fKP w t Â¬ Â¬ lj Â¬ Patent Soot and F Fethe - Â¬ h- l f- -- Sfldisome and Livery Stable 3 Â¬ Wm B Plummer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BITOK gowgxll Â¬ is 1 1 Â¬ S s Ja J ft John J lM T m SL 98 m HSOKMiiST KENTUCKY J TWSEB Prop Â¬ I IHlH k HOIrCGMBl Â¬ Â¬ i g sQJ wll j w Â¬ in DRUGS AND MEDICINES Paints Oils i Â¬ Â¬ mm co HIOKMAISr and Dye Stuffs KEISTTTJOKir JWUB TINWARE QNDTTRANT HREWRY T TH3 JOOK Agricultural Implements Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STSIL W A a- - O 1ST s jf lAk i w ar s- BSKmttBmBtBsSSBl s THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY MARCH 26 1880 Corn is quoted al weeks prices and not much doing last Cotton none offered Oua Market STATEMENT OF THE River News The news of jester day reports all the upper rivers Missis Â¬ Local Hems sippi Ohio Tennessee and Cumberland falling and at some points rapidly The RglSliort cemmunlcations on public Mississippi here the past 24 hours has questions printed but not responsible fallen about 2 inches and promises to go for sentiments or expressions of corres- Â¬ pondents except where we refuse to give down rapidly at least for some days WE offer the best stock of ready made name of author Clothing for Men and Boys ever brought Now is the time to plant your spring to this market Also the latest novelties in Ncck Tios Collars and Silk Handker- Â¬ advertisements chiefs Also fine Fur Hats and Straw NEW GOODS NEW GOODS at goods both for men and boys Also cus J H PLAUT BRO torn made Boots and Shoes all very low at Mrs E Eddings mother of E B mcb2G 4t J AMBERGS SONS Eddings h d her arm broken last week steam gin aud other attachThe at Fulton Bro are now being ments of Powell The common belief that a mild win made under special contract in St Louis ter is productive of sickness is a fallacy by Kingsland Ferguson and will be de- Â¬ says Prof Praetor the astronomer livered here by the 1st of July This firm WE have the lateBt styles of Pinafore now have an abundant supply of the dif-Â¬ Slippers Newport Ties and Sandals very ferent cotton seed Babie The new Hickman steamer mch2G 4t J AMBERGS SONS Mine purchased last week by Hickman It is not good luck that malceB good parties is a thing of real life and is now crops but it is goed work Brains and on dock having her machinery readjust Â¬ hands must combine to do the work ed It is a one horse power and goes The approaching Centennial at down stream somewhat better than she Nashville promises to mark an interest does up stream precisely as all the best and finest steamers do Ing event in the history of the Stale WE have this week received and opened Elder W H Cook will preach in an elegant line of CLOCKS direct from the the Christian Church next Lords day at 11a w and 7 r it Lords day school at New York manufacturers in 1 day alarm 4 r jr calendar and 8 day Mr Goldberg will The Majfield Tobacco Warehouse be pleased to show them All clock3 will lias been In existence four years and has be guaranteed for three years sold in the aggregate 15500 hogsheads of J H PLAUT BRO tobaeco Our old friend S tubbleficld is again LADIES buy the celebrated Groves teen on active platform supplying his Hick- Â¬ Fuller IPiaso These instruments are conceded by leading musicians to be the man customs rs with the best and freshest He keeps a good finest toned instrument in tie market meals at his old stand supply and sells at the very lowest prices Call aid get an illuslratedcatalogue and He has catered to the wtnts of these peo- Â¬ xedused price list at ple in this line for 25 or 30 years and is J H PLAUT BRO one of the old landmarks Give him a In coneeqaonce of the great advance share of your patronage in printing material over thirty papers ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR in this State have increased the prices of Spring Stock we will sell the remain Â¬ their paper der of our Fall and Winter Stock of Dry Patronize home institutions and thus Goods and Clothing at greatly reduced Wo mean what we say that we keepyar money in the community if you prices be under sold Call and examine will not want to prosper and have your neighbors before buying Ct J AMBERGS SONS do likewise O I C We want to give our readers a piece or Gov Blackburn has appointed Hon gratuitous advice and that is In regard to preserv Â¬ A B Boone of Mayfield as one of the ing and protecting tlie eje sight If jou cannot Trustees of the Agricultural and Mechan- Â¬ read this print distinctly by lamplight in the even- Â¬ ing at a distance of ten inches jour eves are fail Â¬ ical College at Lexington ing no matter what jour age and your eyes need Â¬ Â¬ m I J of Hickman for the ensuing twelve month Nelson Clark defendant Bl virtue of a judgment and order of sale removable however at tho option of tho of the Fulton circuit court rendered at City Council 2 That it shall be the duty of saM health 628 00 February term thereof 1880 in the ASSETTS Hickman entcuky the cause for the sum of one thousand officer to watch over the sanitary condi Â¬ above Net amount collected by B R Walker three hundred and thirty six and 8G 100 tion of the city and to carefully guard all cause sheriff from John F Tylers suMties 48 26 it WE keep on hand the finest selection of dollars with interest at the rate ten per against measures to of diseasethe to use all introductprevent on county court order made Maroh 10 cent per nnnum from tbo 14th day of Feb known CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO 1880 until paid and S4G 16 costs herein ion- and spreading of contageous or in- Â¬ 1879 S9 70 53312 76 3312 76 SEALER IN and to perform such- Net amount reported by said sheriff c cheaper than any house in town 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at tho fections disease In addition to above cash balance Jan 12th 1880 as collected on house door in Hickman Ky to the other duties as tbo City Council may from 48 20 FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY court fn B R Walkers hands of 67 00 Tho county has special asseUs in delinquent list for 1878 highest bidder at public auction on Mon- Â¬ time to time determine necenry to proE Meals and Lunch at all hours Total amount of county levy poll day the 12th day of April 1880 at 1 o- Â¬ mote the health of tbe inhabitants of the said sheriffs hands arisiag from m or thereabout tax for the year 1879 3226 00 being county city clock 14 03 School aijd Miscellaneous the jail fund amounting to or HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS court day upon a creditof six and twelve or S That stagnsnt water to other matter substance deleterious health gkall Total assetls for tho year 3312 76 Thu showing net ceh surplus of months the following described property HICKMAN KY The north west corner of the not remain upon any vacant lot or lota to wit 62 29 the courtly at this date to be LIABILITIES north cast quarter of Sec 23 T 1 R 5 and it shall be tbe duty of the health offi Â¬ This March lQth 1880 Claims against tho oounty allowed and west beginning at the n w corner of cer to havo any such water natter or JNO A WILSON Attest DEALER IN removed froai such tot or lots by ordered to be paid out of the assets in the said qr see running 60 poles to a rock C F C C Italiajt and American Marble and black oak in the lane in front of S the owner or agent of the same and if sheriffs hands to wit MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE S Watsons cabin near the gate thence such water substance or matter is not J II Plaut Bro for pauper sup- supplies account rendered 12 35 south 128 poles to 2 hornbeams and 1 oak removed after three days notice to the STONES Stationery Wall Paper Pic- owner or agent of said lot or lots then the T P Fortune 1 25 Co for game AVING received a fine lot of Amer thenco west 60 poles to a stake sassafras health officer may Atrid package oiBlACK PRAPQHT have the same done at Son for same Hunsackcr 2 70 ican and Italian Marble I am pre and poplar in the line between Cowgill the expense of said owner or agent and freo of charge at 1 60 F E Case for came pared to fill all orders Call and examine and said quarter section thence north tho cost for removal or abatement shall tore Frames W Haines med scrv to paupers 15 00 with said line 128 poles to the begin Buck Cowgill our work be assessed against such lot or lots and E Bynum for same 27 00 from the country promptly ning or sufficient thereof to produce the cost thereof be recovered by warrant ggOrders We hate a nice line of ladies cloaks and PocJtet Jo It Luton for same 27 60 the sums of money so ordered to be filled mayJG Cutlery Toys and Fancy H C Buck for same cotton and woolen 25 50 shawls balmorals made For the purchase price the pur- Â¬ in the city court of Hickman and for his Faris Gober for same 4160 hoae nubias hoods and furs which we chaser with approved surety or securities services in abating or removing sveh A A Faris for same 10 50 will sell very low Call and examine must execute bonds bearing 10 per cent water matter or substance the health Goods 3 tf 16 00 WT Plummer for same J AMBERGS SONS interest from the day of sale until paid officer shall be allowed three dollars par W W Richmond for same 10 00 and having the force and effect of a judg Â¬ day to be taxed in the cost of abating or ft Frank Thompson for paupor sup- Â¬ ment Bidders will be prepared to com- removal by tbe city court of Hickman and Vote as CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY o recovered as the cost of removal plies account rendered 40 00 ply promptly with these terms B UT remember that you can buy tho 4 The health office- - shall have authorii 1J G W Heed for same 8 00 JNO A WILSON best quality of Groceries at the low ty to order tho removal abatement and mch2CKS0 8 76 est prices at MasterCommissioner BF Denny for same a ft H provention of any and every sanitary Albert Isbell for same 8 00 BSySond for copies of my New Reduced ap20 JOHN WITTINGS nuisance in tbe city of Uiokman and spec H Kistner Gardner for some 23 95 Sale Price Liita of Picture Frames Chromos ify a reasonable time within which it shall T C Parker for same 2 50 Croquet Sets and Base Balls for Brackets Fulton Circuit Court Kentuclty be done and in tbe event of the failure of Peter George for dig pau graves 7 00 All parties indebted to the firm of J 1878 as the owner agent or occupant of the prem Â¬ J B Douglass executor pltf J John Witting for pauper supplies 153 60 J Equity ises to comply with the order of the health against 8 00 Ambergs Sn are requested to call and J A Collins for same H W claims will be J officer to so remove abate or prevent any E M Bradley defendant Bondurant Drewry for same 10 50 make settlement or theirojfieer in the hands of an BY virtue of a judgment and order of sale sanitary nuisance within the time given Mrs Sne A Lane for same 12 50 placed ft ja8 4w Powell of theFultoncircuit court rendered at the he or she shall oe liable to fine in the Bro for same 10 60 XTTKOLtSALE AND RETAIL DEALER ft February term thereofJ188U in the above city court of Hickman of not less than ten Buck Cowgill for same 16 25 Itrc V i Bfave Fence cause for the sum of seven hundred ind nor more than twenty dollars to be re- Â¬ J Ambergs Sons for same 10 00 o 761 33 covered by warrant taken out by said UT TnE WAR in the price of Gro- Â¬ aixty one and 33 100 dollars 6 00 J K Murphy for same M H ceries Only shows that you can bay H D Murphy with interest at the rate of eight per cent health officer in the city court of Hick- Â¬ Co for same 7 00 m per annum from the 14th day of Feb man and for each of said warrants po 6 55 the very best quality at the very lowest Hunsaker Son for same H ft taken out the health officer shall be al- Â¬ 1880 until paid and 43 30 costs herein 5 85 prices at J C Williams Co for same ap20 JOHN WITTINGS I shall proceed to offer for sale at the lowed 25 per cent of what is recovered 9 00 J W Blylhe for same court house door in Hickman Ky to the and collected in such case J A Collins for same 6 00 5 It shall not be lawful for any person S ft highest bidder at Public Auction on Jas Cathey for same 20 00 SPECIAL NOTICES Monday the 12tb day of April 1880 at 1 to suffer or permit any decayed vegetable A G Walker for same 3 45 Ul H Q G W Paschall for Sara oclock p it or thereabout being county or animal matter slop trash dirt or 15 00 o H A SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY 69 W A Walker for pauper cotBn court day upon a credit of six and twelve stagnant water to be and remain npetf S3 3 00 marvelous cure for catarrh diptheri can- Â¬ 2 ti months tbe following descrioeu property their lot or premises ia the city of Hick Â¬ Jas CaBon for same 3 00 ker mouth head ache With each bottle to wit The south half of the north west man and it shall be the duty of the health 14 00 there is an ingenious nasal injector for Kistner Gardner for same quarter of sec 9 t 1 r 4 west lying in officer after two days notice if such is not Ange Bowden for pauper supplies 6 00 the more successful treatment without ft Fulton county Ky less 20 acres in the removed or abatad to have warrant issued 62 60 extra ohargc John Witting for same 0 w Prfce 50 cts For sale by s e corner of said quarter fronting 40 from the city court of Hickman against C A Holcombe for same a 3 75 BUCK COWGILL TSl poles on the east and running back west the persons owning or occupying said lot ft The tract to be sold contain- Â¬ or premises and upon onviction of a 80 poles 683 35 Th Best I Ever Knew Of ing sixty acres more or less or sufficient violation of this ordinanis sush person J G Strrkey prominent and influen Â¬ ft COUttT HOUSE AKD JAIL EXPENSES thereof to produce the sum of money so shall be fined by said city court not less tial citixen of Iowa City says I hare had J W Corman Co for jail fixtures ordered to be made For the purchase than ten nor more than twenty dollars Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for seve Â¬ M 6 It shall not be lnwful for any per- Â¬ 8 60 account rendered price the purchaser with approved surety Guns years and have used every remedy SB ui Wm Frenz for matting for c ht 27 63 ral or securities must execute bonds bear Â¬ son to permit any kind of dirt or filth to VI without relief until I tried ShiloVs R F Thomasson for act rend as ing eight per cent interest from the day accumulate be and remain upon their whioh entirely cured me Prlo 107 60 talizer jailor to Oct 14 1879 PISTOLS I of sale until paid and having tbe force premises in their privys stables cellars COWGILL Hold by BUCK 76 cents G 00 Vol Matson for 4 grates for c h KAILS TnB NEW CORN IS READY and effect of a judgment Bidders will be or out houses or upon their lots and if Bondurant Drewry 100 fire briok CASTINGS WHEN market our agent Mr James prepared to comply promptly with these any person violates this ordinance they A Mothers Grief 3 50 shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor for court house c Roger will be at Hickman prepared to terms TOOLS JNO A WILSON The pride of a mother the life and joy Mr C D Tresenwriter editor of the help and they can be improved and preserved by T J Wallace for setting grates for more than twenty dollars to be reoovered mch2C 80 Master Commissioner of a home are hoc children hence her pay IN CASH the highest market price by warrant in the city court of Hickman 10 50 grief when eickness enters and takes them court house Tiptonville Star with his Hi tie daughter good glasses If you do not need glasses this print for all the sound clean corn delivered 7 Be it further ordained thai all vaults Tp else to him Sale in his arms fell overboard from the steam will look plain natural your and not magnified and Jno A Wilson repairing court house 3 45 away Take warning then that you are eyes go to Plants or pits now in use or heretofore uso4 as prove this and to test doors running a-- terrible risk if they have a The Nashville Chattanooga and St Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky er Tirgie Lee last week at Gayoso anil hare them tested by Kings system and if yonr A M Perry repairing c h steps 3 60 Cough Croup or Whooping Cough which privies be thoroughly cleaned out and Louis railway and others are now build Â¬ eyes need help let them Ct you vrith Kings patent R F Thomasson account as jailor then filled to the level of the earth with GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET they came near drowning Jno Simones ndmr for use of c lead to Consumption if yon do not attend ing for the New Madrid and Cape Girar- Â¬ Hick- Â¬ v Equity Some good clean dry dirt or clay on or before spectacles 169 55 to it at once SHILOHS CONSUMPTION to March 8th 1880 pltff against IRON WARE deau trade a new and speedy steamer and ALL that want Cotton Seed will please combination perfected these glasses assnro in they as man who the 15th day of March 1680 and npoa a J Fred Knoerr defendant cure is guaranteed to cure them Price will offer best facilities to shippers leave or send us their orders that wo may are the Lesthave tried used 340 18 10 cts 60 cents anetl they ever JOB WORK dono to order such as For lame back By virtue of a judgment and order of failure to do the ocenpant or owner of the Ve will furnish sacks to parties desir- Â¬ know how many seed to buy c side or chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Roofing Guttering Spoutiu BEIBGEB CULVERTS AND PUBLIC EOADS ing to sell us and think we can offer sel- Â¬ sale of the Fulton Circuit Court renewed premises upon which sxid sink or pit may Seed furnished at actual cost Sjn of the Gold Stove Clinton Street lers of grain inducements superior to any at the February term thereof 1880 in the be found shall each be fined in a sum of COWGILL 25 cts Sold by BUCK A J Whipple for bridge lumber Let us have your orders immediately 4 60 MARRIED Hickman Ky feb7 79 above cause for the sum of five hundred not less than ten nor more than twenty other market POWELL BRO ach5 repairing bridges Dy- HUNT TYLER In this county on the Shelby Diek road with interest at the dollars and eaoh day after the loth day of All shipments are covered by our open and fifty dollars 17 20 ANNOUNCEMENTS ersburg evening of the 24th inst by Eld J N March lur Jj Li underwood for some policy of insurance rats of 8 per cent per annum from the offense next shall be considered a separataÂ¬ J W Mayes account as bridge com- Â¬ Hall Mr Thos Hunt of Henry county said fines to be recovered by war 23d day of August 1878 until paid and For Circuit Judge 15 00 S years book keeper in the house of J II missioner to Oct 13 1879 SOX Tenn and Miss Lula Tyler daughter 53 35 costs herein I shall proceed to rant in the city court We are authorized to announco Judge T Plummer for lumber and re Â¬ ocllO 2m Nashville Tenn J Tlaut Bro is now a member of the firm 8 The health officer is authorized to of the late John Tyler offer for sale at the court house door in 28 60 W W ROBERTSON of Graves county as pairing bridge State road Mr Leonard Simmons Attendants He is a first class business man and will Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at have all pits and sinks used as privies candidate for re election to the office of a BLACK DRAUGHT R S Bransford for timber trees en cures dyspep prove a valuable acquisition to the firm and Miss Alice Adams public auction on Monday April 12 1880 cleaned out and filled up as above direct- Â¬ 7 06 Circuit Judge in this Judioial District public road sia indigestion and heartburn The happy couple left on Thursday T J Clay for oakjlomber for Vdge 3 00 at one oclock p m or threabout being ed and the expenses thereof including Â¬ I WILL BUT all the old Iron Copper mornings train for the home of the bride- Â¬ For sale by Buck Cowgill county court day upon a credit of six and three dollars for his services for super Commonwealth Attorney Owen W Miles Tor act as Bayou Uraes Pewter Lead and Rags Gather twelve months the following described intending the cleaning and filling of such Wo are authorized to announce Mr B 4 00 du Chien bridge commissioner may joy and groom in Tennessee and property to wit Lots Nos 83 and 84 in pit or faink to be taxed against the ownerÂ¬ A Nkals as a candidal for re eloction tip the scraps and bring them in it will happiness A A Faris for repairs on Bayou or occupant or to bo recov attend them 135 66 to the office of Commonwealths Attorney obtained for new inventions or for im- Â¬ block No 2 as designated upon tbe map ered by warranttbe premises court in tho Chien bridge tie money for you du in the city H Wade for bridge lumber old ones Caveats Trade or plan of East Hickman Fulton county name of the city and the premises upon Wm provements in S N WHITE mchl2 3t For the purchase price the 7 15 State lino road Marks and all patent business promptly Kentucky which pit or sink Our ftllsclMonious Notes purchaser with approved surety or se- Â¬ subject the the payment is found shall he The wheat crop in this section does attended to J W Mayes for account as bridge to of the same Twenty five counties in the State l Inventions that have been rejected may curities must execute bonds bearing 8 commissioner to March 8 1880 8 00 State op Kesituckt not present an encouraging prospect In are without Sheriffs 8 These ordinances to be in force from s R B Brevard for nails and spikes Fulton Cousrr Court or Claims j still in most cases be patented by us per cent interest from the day of sale and after their passage fact our farmers are very much discour- Â¬ 1 95 Combine tho choicest cathartic principles Being opposite the U S Patent Office until paid and having the force and Adjourned Term March 9th 1880 Of late they speak of it as the Uni- Â¬ Martfor bridges culvert lumber Troy aged We can only hope that it may turn in medicine in proportions accurately ad Â¬ andengaged in patent business exclusive- Â¬ effect of a judgment Bidders will be pre King for On motion it is Resolved by the Court and THE GREAT CATJSE justed to securo activity certainty 3 00 ly we can secure patents in less time pated to comply promptly with these out better than the present outlook indi- Â¬ ted States of Ohio road county that no allow of effect They are the result of Claims of Fulton uniformity JNO A WILSON Â¬ OF than those who arc remote from Wash Â¬ terms cates of years of careful study and practical ex- Â¬ United States government pays I Buck Cowgill assignee for build- 20 00 ances win be made in tuture for poor The Master Commissioner ington and who must depend upon tbe ing levy Moyes bridge periment and arc the most effectual rom persons or paupers out of the pounty levy THE place to get your Spring Goods salaries to 88000 persons mails in all transactions with the Patent S W Boaz for building bridge edy yet discovered for diseases caused by upon the written order of 8 75 unless mads derangement of tho stomach liver and Office Notice the place to get the Latest Novelties the State road 246 miles of rail- Â¬ Thus far this year one of the Justices residing in the civil prompt and effec Â¬ bowels which require When inventors send model or sketch Just Published in a Sealed Envelope FULTON CIRCUIT COURT place to get the finest selections of Dry road have been constructed ia the J T Plummer forrepairingbridge are spe Â¬ District in which the party soliciting the tual treatment Arans Pills 8 00 wo make search in the Patent Office and State road B Prathers admr pi tiff Price Six Oents cially applicable to this class of diseases Goods and the place to get the cheapest United States donation may be found advise as to the patentability free of Geo for 1 finger board J R Alexander They act directly on tho Uigestivo and Equity against Ordered that this resolution be pub A LECTDRE ON THE NATURE goods is at 1 00 Corrcspondenco confidential Geo B Â¬ charge public road assimilative processes and restore regu Mr Jack Nailing one of the oldest lished in the Uiokman Courier and Fuf Prathers heirs and cred A A-- Treatmeut and Radical cure or mch2C 2t Charles Baltxer for bridge lumber lar healthy action Their extensive uso prices low and no charge unless patent is J AMBERGS SONS tonian three weeks each itors defendants men in West Tennessee died last week Seminal Weakness or Sperma- practice and by obtained by physicians in their order bridge commissioner i 25 A copy Attest Notice is hereby gfven to the creditors jN torrhoea induced by Self Abuse UD Wednesday night some very in Ureaaen agea yu years all civilized nation is one of tho many We refer to non Postmaster General un ml2 JNO A WILSON C F C C proofs of their value as a safe sure and D M Key Rev F D Powers to officials of Geo ii Prather deceased thai the Emissions Impottncy Ner- Â¬ 276 96 clever young men unmindf ulc f the peace Fdjten Involuntary i perfectly reliable purgativo medicine ii If the money which is being poured vous Debility and Impediments to mar- Â¬ in the U S Patent Office and especially dersigned Commissioner of the and dignity of our good little city got on into Ireland is honestly applied there CCRKEST ExrESSES AffD SALABIES ilerng compounded of tho concentrated to our clients in every Stato of the Union Circuit Court under an order in the above riage generally Consumption Epilepsy virtues oi purely vcgctauio sudsuuiccs 0MWMMI the County will a small rampage during which tho win Â¬ need be no unappeased hunger in the II C Bailey for salary as County from calomel or and in Canada For special references styled cause office attend at Ky from and Fits Mental and Physical Incapacity they aro positively free Court Clerks in Hickman dows of Tost Warricks restaurant were Grecu Isle M Judge 7months to Oct 1079 233 30 by ROBERT J CULVERWELL any injurious properties and can bo terms advice c address the date hereof until the 4th Monday of D c author or the Green Book administered to children with perfect c CO H C Bailey for settlement with C A SNOW JIlGKMAK COURIER OF ICC chattered c They were called upon to July1880 to receive and hear proof of tttfety 1 50 Friday March 26 188C D C common school commissioner There is a bill before the Iowa The world renowned author in this ad Â¬ replenish the city treasury to the amount olaims againBt said decedent and that all mirable Lecture clearly proves from his Ayers Pills arc an effectual cure for Opposite Patent Office Washington nov21 Legislature prohibiting the practice of Jno A Wilson for act rend road Constipation or Costiveness Indtclaims not presented to him and proven as own experience that the awful conse of about 50 10 1879 to COUXTUT rODlCE ETC Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite treating at public bars and making it A D orders c for Oct rend salary 89 45 required by law within tbe time specined qaences of Self Abuse may be effectually Kingman act ioul Stomach and Breath Dizzi Â¬ WE ARE NOW OPENING an elegant a punishable offense above will be forever barred as county atty to Oct 10 1879 145 84 PORK 4c removed without medicine and without An Ordinance Policeman ness Headache Loss of Memory JNO A WILSON line of new Spring Goods of all kinds DRIED FRUIT Apples 5 to 6 cents George Warren act rend public Numbness Biliousness Jaundice dangerous surgical operations bougies Be it enacted by the City Council of the The Chinese aro Ieavioj California Fulton Circuit Conrt instruments rings or cordials pointiag Master Commr 19 50 Peaches 7 to 8 cents Rheumatism Kruptions and Skin at very low figures Call around and for the east and Mississippi planters printing to Oct 10 1879 Sec 1 That the mayor City of Hickman 1 18S0 march Diseases Dropsy Tumors Worms TFHEAT market active 90aS125 per bush Jno A Wilson for services as coun out a mode of cure at once certain and examine for yourselves be directed to appoint a policeman as is Neuralgia Colic Gripes Diarrhoea pronoee getting them ia plaee of tho 50 00 MEAL 40a from wagons ty levy commissioner 1879 effectual by which every safferer no mat Â¬ Dysentery Gout Piles Disorders of authorized by sec 1 art 4 of the city H PLAUT BRO J BEES 1FAX 20c per lb emigrating negro N Hammond for acting as judge of ter what his condition may be may cure the Liver and all other diseases result Â¬ charter and the compensation of said po- Â¬ 00 HIDES green 0c dry salted 12c dry FULTON CIRCUIT COURT J election Aug himself cheaply privately and radically To day is Good Friday This evening from a disordered state of the diges Â¬ liceman is hereby fixed at 25 per cent We see in the Lake Star a notice of W J Aperson forlei 00 flint 18c tive apparatus 2TAi Letture rill prar a boon to tka upon all tho fines imposedand collected N P Harness admr plaintiff ing at 7 30 r jr service will be held at the death of Mr John Marr at Marrs Owen W Miles for same 00 lFOOL 48a52c per lb tub washed un Â¬ sands and thousands same As a Dinner Pill they have no equal J Equity against from persons apprehended by him Catholio Church in remembrance of Landing which occurred ou the 12th W B Gore for same the washed 22 to30 cts 00 Sent under seal in a plain envelope to While gentle in their action thesa Sec 2 This ordinance to bo in force N P Harness heirs and credit J 00 FEATHERS 35a40c per lb prime the passion of our Lord Next Sunday is inst of pneumonia any address on receipt of six cants or J W Miyes for same Pills aro tho most thorough and search Â¬ from and after its passage ors defendants ing cathartic that can bo employed and 00 TALLO W 6o per lb J C Reed far same Notice is hereby given to the creditors two postage stamps Easter Sunday Services at the Catholic never give pain unless the bowels are in Â¬ 00 BUTTER fresh 25c per lb At a meeting of Mexican War Ve- J N Hawkins for same of N P Harness deceased that the Address the Publishers Â¬ Subject of morning Church as usual flamed and then their influence is healAn Ordinanc- e- Wharfage 150 old Spring chickens 00 POULTRY THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO undersigned Commissioner of the Fulton terans at Frankfort Ky they passed W G Henson for same ing They stimulate the appctito and No lecture sermon The Resurrection S5 00 5200a325 per dozen 41 Ann St New York P O Bx Be it enacted by the City Council of the City Circuit Court under an order in tho above as a J C Benedict for stmo digestive organs they operate to purify a resolution demanding pensions 00 EGGS 10c per dozen at night In its stead there will be de- Â¬ right and resolved not to die until Lea Collins for same Hickman Sec 1 That hereafter the wbarf styled cause will attend at the County and enrich tho Wood and impart re 2 00 BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels nowed health and vigor to tho wholo Jerry J Jones for same ags tax upon all steamboats landing with Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky livered a sermon on The Common Causes they were granted system iron bound 5160 Flour 45cts 160 2 00 Wm Perry for satno in the corporate limits shall be 20 per from tho date hereof until the fourth of Relapse After sermon benediction Apple andPotsto 35c Kraut and Pickle as cent upon the amount of their freight Monday of July 1880 to receive and hear CO PREPARED BY DR i C AYER 300000 has R H Binford for acting1870sheriff Sufficient money election August is Stands 76c to 150 Cypress Kegs iron bills where they do not exceed ten dollars proof of claims against said decedent Dance Next Monday Night of A HofSceaTce for same Practical and Analytical Chemists been subscribed to pay the debt bound lOaVs 90 Oak 90c 72 and two dollars and fifty oents whero and that all claims not presented to him Lowell Mass The young men of Hickman announce a the Southern Methodist Publishing B R Walker or same 00 most Beautiful Cheap Watch which their freight bills aggregate ten dollars and proven as required by law within SRVCSIS7S EVERYWHERE SOLD BT GltOCBitFKS fashionable dance on next Monday night House at Nashville and the agent has H F Hawkins for same 20 or over All wharfage collected less the time specified above will be forever THE Science and pauper labor of En O A HOLCOSIIlE by Sold 60 A T Thompson for same at MeCutchens Hall It promises to be a gone to collecting rope has ever produced is the famous commission for collecting to be set apart barred JNO A WILSON 72 BACON sides 1 eels shoUTders 7cls hams GenevA uem UolU Ubronometer Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court J F Bushart for same as a wharfage fund to bo expended only it m most pleasant and delightful evening mcts An Illinois ordinance prohibits any Jno C Ward for acting as cleric of no gold nor heavy gold plate as N Y in constructing anl keeping in repair a march 1 1880 young people emerging from the The 60 CHEISE 12nlic per pound election August 1879 dealers claim it to be but is such an ex Â¬ intoxicating physician prescribing Route good substantial wharf captain of any Lookout Lenten season will try to rival each other 00 COFFEH Rio 16a20 per lb for act imitation that no one but an expert Sec 2 The owner or Notice liquor for a person in good health and JnoII R McGehee somesane 00 CRACKERS 7a9c rer lb Wilson for in the happiness of flying feet to the best the Supreme Court of the State has C can distinguish it from the purest metal steamboat failing or refusing to pay said FULTON CIRCUIT COURT 00 COAL OIL 25 per gaWrn B F Beckham for same except jby chemical tost They are stamped tax shall be fined double the amount of W H H of music Be sure and attend all ye recently held that it is valid CANDLES star 15al6c per lb Hawkins admr pltiff 00 W T Carr for same will not tarnish under two years 18 K tax due to be recovered by warrant in lovers of the dance The managers have FLOOR Htckman Mills 5700 Equity the movements are of the latest style of against 00 Reed for same the city cuurt of Uiokman The Temperance people of Paducah J M Reed for two days at court of W II H Hawkins 45cts per MOLASSES 35a 40o per bbl heirs and J made arrangement for the best of music tho greatest accuracy and each uJ every Sec S This act to take effect and be in J C half barrel creditors defendants is the best equipped safest and most force from and after its passage C 00 and nothing will be omitted to make the want a sixteenth amendment to the claims to Oct 14th 1879 purchaser receives our written guarantee 160 per gallon pleasant line it being the Natiooal Constitution prohibiting the J V Mayes for same Notice is hereby given to the creditors that they will remain in perffret order 6 00 LARD OIL evening pleasant and gay 6 00 LARD 8ca lOcper lb of W H H Hawkins deceased that the with fair usage for two years They are manufacture or importation of spiritu- N Hammond for same SHORT LINE City Cemetery GREAT CENTRAL 640 per ke A CHOICE selection of Ladies Kid ous undersigned Commissioner of the Fulton used extensively on railroads and steam Â¬ 6 eo GUNPOWDER H C Donoho for same liquors in the United States 550 per keg 6 00 BLASTTNU POWDER between the Northwest and Southeast It AN ACT o authorize the City of Hickman Circuit Court under an order In the boats where accurate tima Is required Gloves Berlin Gloves and Lace Gloves Owen W Miles for same fpr lb by the keg to control its Cemetery and construct above styled cause will attend at the For all practical purposes thy are in v 0 00 SODA is the shortest and most direct route to A general strike is now predicted for AY B Gore for same Ruching Silk Ties and Handkerchiefs a gravel road thereto County Court Clerks office in Hickman ery way equal to a Solid Gold Watch costÂ¬ 6 00 8UOAR brown 9c hard 12allo the celebrated Springs and Summer re- Â¬ Although the an- Â¬ L Collins for same the first of April Laces and Embroidery Fans and Parasols 6 0 SHOT per hag 200 sorts of Virginia and East Tennessee Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Ky from the date hereof until tho 4th ing 150 one hundred and fifty dollars Jo S Boaz for samo nouncement is something of a periodi STONEWARE lOper gallon and a complete sltck of Fancy Notions 6 00 Connections are made with trains fer all the Commonwealth of Aentuexy Sec 1 That Monday of July 1880 to receive and These watchej aro now being sold at is founded Jerry J Jones for tame 6 00 TOBACCO manufaod per lb50a75c points Pullman sleepers run on all tbe city council of the city of Hickman hear proef of claims against said decedent S12 each in N Yand are quite a saorl whieh wc will sell very low Give us a cal nature this statement Thos Bradshaw for same SALT No barrel salt la the market night on the movements of the New York B R Walker act rend as sheriff Through sleepers from shall have power to exercise the same au Â¬ and that all claims not presented to him fice at that price Yon have doubtless trains trial and yeu will be convinced sack salt 1 CO fine 2 112 84 Memphis to Nashville without change thority over tho cemetery grounds wher- Â¬ and proven as required by law within the seen them advertised In prominent papers Trades Unions to March 8 1880 mch2G 4t J AMBERGS SONS HABDWAKE ETC Double daily connections on all through ever located within the limits of Fulton time specified above will be forever bar at that figure Jno A Wilson act rend read or- Â¬ A boy of seventeen married a wo- Â¬ 29 80 JWU A WILSUr By special arrangements we aro now trains Business men and pleasure seek- Â¬ county as they have within the corporate red ders c to March 8th 1830 We are now and then reminded of CABTING8 3a5b per lb man of seventy at Jasper Ala but H C Bailey for county judge sal Â¬ Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court closing out a largo stock at prices just ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat limits and miy pass any and all ordinan- Â¬ the great need in Hickman of a public IRON bar size 2Jc per lh 1 1880 march tanoogo St Louis Railroad offers better ces and fix the penalties for their viola- Â¬ sufficient to pay import duties freight ary 5 months to March 10 80 166 67 PLOW STEUL his parents captured him immediately 6c per lb hall the present city hall being inade after the cereruooy and banished him II C Bailey county judge for two accommodations better time and connec- Â¬ tion as may be necessary to protect the etc PLOW STEEL WIN9S 5Jc per lb only 2 CO wo will mail one oC tions than any other route between tho grounds streets alleys graves monuuuate for any public assemblage Our to a distant school settlements with com sobool The bride was 6 00 IRON AXLH3 S0 per b Northwest aud Southeast these Genuine Geneva Gem Watches- to- commissioner ments stones hedges gales fences and present city fathers are all first class citi- Â¬ wealthy and the husband claimed to NAILS fSOO rates Leave Memphis 1210 n m 820 a m any address ia the U S This includes a A D Kingman saUry as county at Â¬ other property therein and to regulate zens but for the most part they are of know what he was about 104 17 HORSE SHOE NAILS SOo per lb MoKenzic 416 a m 145 p m handsome ex Act imitation gold chain torney to March 10th 1880 the mode manner time places of inter f 8TEEL cast M 3 A 20a26c the class who seldom attend places of pattern Ladiis styles Gem flickinan 800 a m ments disinterments and removal of dead J C Reed for 3 days at court of STEEL TLOWS 8al2ic per lb O 00 Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730 p m bodies therein watches vcrybsautifnl with tasty linked claims to March 10 amusement and hence perhaps are not Expulsion of the Jenulls From HUBS 125a225 per sett Leave Nashvillo 1010 a m 815 p m 9 00 Sec 2 The jurisdiction of the city court MEALS AT ALL HOURS ONLY 25c neck chain nt same price Two- watche J W Mayes for same properly mindful of this need A large France Hertweck Bolder Knoorr 9 00 PLOWS Murfreesboro 1127 n m 040 p m shall extend to said cemetery the same as and chains for 5 No furthee discount L Collins for same dispopulation want amuse Â¬ Stool Plows No 1 000 No 2 700 The excitement aroused by the I ortion of our 0 00 Wartrace 1222 p m 1040 p m H C Donoho for same within the corporate limits Oysters and all kinds of Confectioneries no matter how many you order Sent C No 3 S850 No 4 SikOO fl 00 ments are willing to pay for such enter Â¬ cussion aud rejection of Article 7 con- W B Gore for same O D if desired and SI is sect la- insure Tullahotua 113 p in 1120 p m Sec 3 That the city council is author always to be had d2078 9 Q0 Baltzprs patent one horse Plow 600 ex Â¬ express charges Decherd 145 p m 1155 p m ized to construct a gravel road not ex- Â¬ tainments and the city should answer tinues to rage in all parts of France Thos Hradshaw for same tra prow moulds 200 each Cotton N B After this stock i exhaustedtwe Cowan 200 p m 1210 a m 6 00 ceeding thirty feet in width from the cor- Â¬ G- their wants by selling the present hall rand serious Governmental cornplica Jo S Boaz 2 days for satnc scrapers satae 3 00 Stevenson 315 p m 130 a m for sajae cannoL furnish the same watches- - for less-porate limits to said cemetery and to It is N Hammond 1 dayday for same Powell k Bra from various factories one uud erecting a new one or step out of tions are likely to result from it Z 00 Bridgeport 337 p m 200 a m than 1512 and as tho stock will ba cloaedt control tbe same as also to construct a Owen W Miles 1 the way and let private enterprise do the now given out that President Grevy horse plows SiOOaSOO two horse Chattanooga 500 p m 330 n m plank fence on each side of same and are JUST RECEIVED BDTTERICKS out very soon yeu should loss no timo in work pltwa SGOOalOOO piqued by the obstinacy of the Assem- Â¬ 1120 1R For information timo tables and list of hereby empowered to levy and collect one of latest Fall and Winter securing one Send any Atlanta friend to our nQicQjp bly has determined upon a rigid en- Â¬ summer resorts reached by this line call dollar poll tax on each male resident over Fashions and a large lot of samples of NEW GOODS NEW GOODS 1 REGA PITULA TION HTXiOniES examine the watches if you desire 21 years of age within said city and 20 French English and Gorman goods on or address Geo W McKekzib forcement of existing laws against the Total assctts for the year JUST BECIKVCD AT A HENLEY Address cents upon S100 worth of property subject Agt McKenzic Gentlemen aro invited to call and ex BAGGING 10al2Jo per yard Jesuits Iledempterist Fathers Marists 1879 as above given 3312 70 STEAGALA GOS Sole Southern Agnt-C P Atmore jr Passg Agt L M R to taxation in said city limits ROPE machino 15a20c seDt26 rii and all other unrecognized Orders Total liabilities to wit A fine assortment of Quecnsware Glass- Â¬ Atlanta Go Sec 4 This act to be in force from and W L DANLEY LMemphis or 685 35 TIES 5 aee expenditures ware Lamp fixtures ESyTbis is a rare opportunity for Jew i c also 100 bbls This amounts to the virtual expulsion Pauperhouse and jail ox Uenl Pass Tkt Agt ttasnvnio Tenn after its ratification by a majority of the Query Why will people suffer with LEATHER kip skins 450a860 solo per Splendid for Potatoes eonsistinf of Peach Blow Early of all theso people from the country Court qualified voters within the corporate lim- Â¬ clers and Speculators 340 16 lb 30 a 35c uppo side 160a500 penscs Take BLACK DRAUGHT and yon its of said city voting at an election to be indigestion when BLACK DRAUGHT Rose Early Russets Jackson Whites and The Vatican is interposing in their be Christmas and New Year presents PRINTS 4a6c per yard and culverts Peerless The Mississippi Forked Leaf half and has already forwarded a very Bridges roads will never bo bilious held in said city tho time and place to be will cure them i tail to mention mis paper 276 90 DOMESTIC SJaiajo per yard a public Van Sweet Potatoe always on hand fixed by the city council For sale by BoK Cowgill ordering Cowrill For sale by Buck JBANS 20at0e per yard Current expenses and vigorous protest Everything at bottom f lice ASSENTS znMABlLlTfflS or ruLTos county Kentucky foe tue yeae 1879 To wir Add sheriffs commission for collecting county levy for 1879 And county levy delin Â¬ quent list alio wd Mch Term March 8 1880 for tho year 1879 314 polls a S2 each And we find balanco In sheriffs hands In cash this date salaries 1120 13 Headquartersor all Kinds of School Books ancf School Supplies 215 83 E5 ICKMAN ComiiiissioiieiM Snle AKERY Z Health Ordinance Be it ordained by the City Govneilof Hick Â¬ man 1st That John W Cole is hereby ap Â¬ pointed health officer in and for the city CONFECTIONERY Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky V C Todd plaintiff J Equity against IrRlfifflj Â¬ CITY ITEMS Ton Please I Â¬ 3 Notice Commissioners w R B Brevard U e 9 MiB Q ia a s 9 3 IN e 9 9 5 a 9 Hardware Cutlery I CORlSr COH3ST STOVES y i Cominissioners B IIIIEA -- PATENTS Official STotice Cathartic Pills Commissioners Human Misery r r fyT Commissioners tfoticc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Magnificent Watch For 2 6 T THE fountain Commissioners Â¬ 34 Â¬ 10 fAilwlifs RESTAURANT Mercliant Tailor HAS Joim Griffin BFor - - Â¬ Â¬ - i 3Sj 1C m ftcvavy XII Sovncv Educational Department J II SAUNDERS CAUSERIES Editor A peach tree full The politician or the Itijilit in front of my think they can abridge 9f blossoms window I cannot look out iuto the facultios of the county bright sunny i pring morning without they can with impuuity Hon beautiful HIGH SCHOOLS their old modes of life and therefore there is no possibility of my beingdi SanctlflctiMon ns Taught by reeled to go buck iuto tho Methodist flie Dow ltrotlif rs In Tpxhs Church and livo as I did when a IropUets Whipped Disrup Â¬ tion or families Resented member of that body Insane Religionists Commissioners Sfotice Geo Geo V -- s feasting my eyes on this immense bou Every blossom quct of pink beauties is a beauty a pink beauty with a Thero is heart of the purest blood one thing wanting to give this only bouquet more relief a back ground to ECt off its beauties Eome leaves But all its beauty tosday is nothing in comparison with the ravishing pic ture it presented a few days ago It had been raining not violently raining no it was more like sprink ling crystal dust over the ground and the trees than anything else The tiny drop almost too diminutive to strike the eye felt cold in the disrml chilly atmosphere As they came down dropping dropping on my peach tree I could see them mnmnrr- aionw6 the boughs and around the blossoms to meet each other And how these little rain drops do love each other They have no rest no quiet until they meet each other And then when they meet they embrace each other over flow into each other and actually be come only one iu their union But to day the cold stern Boreas frowned at such love making and froze them in their embrace Acd more and more they met and more and more they congealed until at last the whole tree was coated with a pellucid crystalline formation of ice All the branches were sheathed in ice all the blossoms were encircled by ice The rain ceased the dark curtain of gloomy clouds was rent asunder and the rays of the sun glad to get a tug at Boreas and to destroy his evil doings leaped down into the peach tree and in and out among the iced branches and around the crystalized blossoms kissing them into lire again as well as the metamorphosed rain drops But the beauty of the scene Such a glitter such a sparkle It was a veritable deluge of diamonds The gay and frolicsome rays of light were shifting constantly and breaking themselves in prismatic colors through the iced coating revealing the loveli ncss of the pink blossom beneath No painters pencil could have copied the dazzling splendor the sparkling brilliancy of the scene I broke off one of the beautiful blossoms with its diamond frame work The Ice was laid on so delicately so Eoftly the rain drops had evidently sought the recess afforded by the flow er to escape the fury of Boreas And even in their frozen state they were not ungrateful to their lovely hostess They did not hide her beauties they only enhanced them yet them off with diamonds Of course such gen- Â¬ tle raindrops did not hurt my blossom but I saw that when they were revised by the sunbeams they left one by one seemingly regretting to leave their sweet hostess Many a human heart is like this Beautiful lovely the peach blossom cold northern wind has gradually with the mists and raius of afflictions and troubles formed a crust ef ice around it The translucent coating of ice around this human heart does not hide its beauty its loveliness but unless the life restoring rays of affection of sympathy reach it and gently dissolve this treacherous and chilliDg crust it will kill the blossom Many a heart has been bitten by the frost of disappointments of afflictions because no sun ever reached it Had the rays of sympathy of loving friend ship played around it as the rays of the sun played around my peach bios porn the frost would not have killed the heart but on the contrary would have rendered it still more lovely aod beautiful Dear reader If vou know any of these frozen peacb blossoms of human ity know that you can bring them sunshine and that you can turn the crust of the ice around their hearts into a frame work of diamonds Yours politicians who Austin Tex is Correspondence of the the educational New York Herald who think that The presence in this city of Mat Â¬ shut the doors thew and David Dow recently victims of all higher educatiou in the faces of of an outrage in Bell county Texas a poor mans children those who by at the hands of a mob brings to light their actions say that these children somo new facts not heretofore made shall have no such education until public The case is an interesting one they are rich enough to pay who are and ono that is widely discussed in doing what they can to render broader this State The Dow brothers are the distinctions which Gov Dorshcimer Scotchmen claiming to be British sub- Â¬ asserted already exist who are striv jects Soon after their arrival in Tex- Â¬ itrg to erect caste walls through which as tbey located in Bell county no poor mans child may break will noar the town of Bolton and at onco be equally astonished when the people commeuced their teachings of sane can cast their votes on a Fquare issue tification The domestic tranquility In the western world no backward step of some twenty families had been dis can be taken in education or religion turbed by their presence iu tho com Each child is born with an inalienable munity The infuriated husbands and right to the best education he has the brothers of these families determined ability to compass and to the freedom to make the Dows leavo the country to worship God as his conscience may and to this end repaired at night dictate It is too late in the age of soiie twenty stronc to the houo of the the world and it is a physical impos Â¬ low orotners toot them a mile from sibility to bring Europe into America home and then after flogging them The High School is the peoples col very severely ordered them pcremp lego and the people may be trusted to tonly to leave the country The order deleud their posiesMons lcrhaps all was unheeded and tho two hrnthprj of the money raied for educational continued to move around among the purposes may not be expended wisely milies where they formerly visited perhaps there are excrescetrcres on the as luouuli nothing unusual had occur- cdccatioual body but tbey are not to red When SDOken to bv citizen nnrl bo cured by cutting off the head uietly advised to leavo thev said Brooklyn Advance No that their religion us cmnrl enough to live for and good enough to EFFICIENTTcHOOL COM MIS die tor Â¬ I mid the Disturbers Mobbed GUIDED BT GOD SIONERS An efficient School Commissioner may be considered the power in the success of rural district schools As an instance we point with pride to the good work done by A CJ Armstrong of Bracken R P Collins of Barren and Thos B Ford of Franklin coun- Â¬ ties Mr Ford reports the most suc- Â¬ cessful schools in the history of the county So enthusiastic are his teach- Â¬ ers that they meet regularly every week in a couuty association for ma tual improvement They not only discuss methods but take ud the branches and alternate in teaching one another Eclectic Teacher REPORT OF HICKMAN PUBLIC SCHOOL THIBD DIVISION Sydney Harvey EQnger G3 Wal tcr Kingman absent Jos Kirkpatrick 80 Forticigh Luttrell 87 Minnie Marrs 52 W T Ramage 75 Grade B Minnie Burch 71 B F Corman 68 Fannie Gober 71 Carrie Kindred absent Loula Mont gomery absent Annie Stubblefield absent Wm Taylor absent May Un dcrwood 80 Matilda Person 44 Grade A Wm Baltzer 75 Eu gene Davis absent Lula Dickson 83 Joseph Kindred absent Nora Parks Gl Carrie Ramage 7G Mary Ramage GG Geo Thomason 86 Mary Thorn Willie a8on 55 Joseph Welch 73 Barry Warner Brevard John Knoerr Wm Outten Peter Taylor and Robt Martin were transferred to this class too late in the quarter to be prepared for a thorough examination Dodds 51 GbadeC Jas Dodds58 REPORT T-- Of the School at State Line Academy Fulton county Ky for tbe month ending loth of March 18S0 on tho baeis of 100 as perfect Jas A Thomas 95 Maggie Thom as 90 Willie Thomas 88 Eli New Sophia McLish 75 Cora toB 85 Acor 84 J Acor 70 Wilson Jones 85 Robt Jones 50 Elijah Maddox 92 John Maddux 90 Arthur Huffman 92 Joseph Huffman 87 Debora Huffman 64 Zacb Curlin 95 Hugh Curlin 88 Wm Cuilin 70 Ada Hef ley 72 Jas Tyler 80 Thos Tyler 84 Henry Evan 87 Lewis Threl keld 95 Alf M Thomas 80 Henry Ferguson 85 Jas Wheeler 85 Belle uvaus no F F Jones Teacher The trustees of the Peabody fund have determined to withdraw aid from tbe schools of the south as a rule and to devote the interest of the fund to the better education of teachers In South Carolina so much of the fund as is available will be employed in de fraying the expenses of teachers in fctitutes throughout the State in charge of the Superintendent of Education The Tokio Times publishes full sta tistics of the ravages of the cholera in Japan during the past year which show a terrible condition ot atlJirs lroni the tables it appears that from the out break of the disease last Fpring to the end of December there had been 168 364 cases in the empire of which 101 364 had proved fatal 47885 had re covered and at the date publication of tbe returns the issue ot 19005 cases These figures show was doubtful that tbe number of cases in the coun try was five to every 1000 inhabitants and that of the persons attacked 6022 per cent died There is but one spirit in the world Tho spirit makes us new creatures I know that what we teach is right Wc are perfect there is no adding anything now to what we have As to sacrificing husband and children that is killing them God never gives Wc find a any euch instructions foundation for everything we do iu the Bible Touching tbe question as to whether a sanctified wife should live with an unsanctified husband or not I will read from First Corin thians seventh chapter beginning at Here the witness tho twelfth verse When a hus Â¬ read several verses band once leaves his wife she is frco and ho mast come back sanctified or not at all The woman has no right ever to marry again if the law of God jVVnflicts with the common law tho former is to prevail I believe in dreams as I do in existence They Some come while wc are asleep dreama I pay no attention toj however How thoy come cannot be explained being the workings of tho spirit I have always advised wives to live with their husbands when thoy could but there is no sense in a woman t obeying If a man should a drunken husband go to his wife and ask her for his sako for the sake of her children and the peace of society to sunender her bo- net in sanctincation as w teach it I should say tor her to do no such AN INTEENATtONAL QUESTION thing for would not that Ire giving up The outrage perpetrated upon them all our religion was brought to tlo attention of Mr THE VERDICT Jjynn tho British Consul at Galves- Â¬ Dow made a statement in refutation ton who promptly put himself in communication with the Stato Depart of certain testimony given but said ment hrrc inquiring what action if nothing in any way calculated to any had been taken by the civil au- change the general driGt oft what had been testified The jury asked him if thorities to punish the offenders Act ing Secretary of State Bowman replied he believed in dreams and visions that the prosecuting attorney and He said he did They then asked him sheriff of Bell county had the matter if he would act on them He said he The youuser one gave assent in band and whenever propor affida Â¬ would The argument of county atvits were made the guilty parties would to this torney Bosborough and Maj F D be arrested and vigorously prosecuted Such was the substance of tbe official Saunders for the prosecution was fine correspondence The men were whips Not only the safety of the public they ped on tho night of Feb 10 continu Â¬ showed but tbe safety of the two de- ing iu tbe community and preaching brothers demanded that they be nied further liberty The Judgo sub and practicing as before their Sanc mittcd such questioos to the jury as tification doctrines the law directs and they retired and ABE TIIEl INSANE soon returned with a verdict declaring The idea gained strength that the the men insane and their restraint to Dows were insane and accordingly a society and themselves This gave writ of lunacy was sworn out against general satisfaction The Dows re them They were brought before ccived it with the samo indifference Judge Minard whose court room was that had characterized their uianner crowded well nigh to suffocation so in during the eutire nrocecdings Tbe tense was tbe feeling in the communi- Â¬ next morning they were conveyed to ty on the matter The subjects of the Asylum at Austin in charge of the inquiry did not wish tho services or Sheiiff but denied admission by the counsel aod during the entire progress Superintendent why I cannot say of tbe investigation seemed indifferent The brothers who by the way are as to the proceedings the elder one carpenters went back to Belton exhibiting a considerable amount of and gathering up their effects muvo sullenness by bis manner He is s here to live which they are now doim man perhaps forty years of age of me- quietly They have not as yot so far dium height sandy or red beard and as heard intruded their doctrine upon timid distrustful eyes Tho younger this commuuity What farther action one has an open countenance with less Consul Lynn will tako is not kaono of sinister expression than the other ihe outrageous action ot tho mob win Maj Hanna the first witness tesii whipped them is concurred in by thi fied that he had visited the elder community where the whipping oc brother Matthew Dow soon after his curred It was not done as religions midnight experience with tho mabind prosecution buthoagrrrto bacfoocto urged him to quit the country for his nut a bton to the evil effeots of the own safety impressing on him his teaching of their sanctification idea It observation with regard to mobs in is but justice to the law abiding citiTexas that they never stopped until zens of Bell county to say tbat every their work was completed This ad effort will be made to bring to the bar vice the man treated with as much in of justice the men who whipped the difference as be would a whiff of wind Dow Brothers Religious prosecution and the impression left on the mind is not tolerated in Texas and the uc- of the witness was that Matthew Dow lion of the mob in the above cae indi- was insane He seemed convinced of cates that interference in family affairs the fact the witness said that in all will not bo tolerated cither probability he would be killed if be remained in Belton and yet be thought he would be crushed by tbe Route Deity if he left on his own volition Lookout He said his religion wasgood enough to live by and good enough to die by Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ltors defendants Noticu is herebv siven to the creditors of Geo U Prather deceased that the un Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the tbove styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the data hereof until the 4th Mnmlnv of to receive and hear proof of i mii3 against saia ucccuent ana mat all claims not presented to him and rjroven as required by law within the time specified aoove win De lorever barred JNO A WILSON Master Comrar Fulton Circuit Court march 1 1880 FULTON CrRCU IT COURT B Prathers admr pltin against Equity B Prathers heirs and crcd J A SPLENDID OFFER READ IT ifliU JOB AiwTwl ijliAg all the local news notices of meeting assessments tax and other sales market etc etc giving information that every resident of this county ought to have and cannot deprive himself of without bein likely to lose many limes the cost of thu paper The Village Farm Town and County Talk on subjects of local interest will be supplied fully in our columns be Â¬ sides much interesting reading All this can be hul at scarcely 4 cents a week or only 52 for the entire yearl The Courier will he greatly iraprovc1 luring Ibe ensuing year It will furnish Antl Commissioner Notice N P Harness N P Harness FULTON CIRCUIT COURT admr plaintiff against VEqnity heirs and crcd ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of N 1 Harness deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will Attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until tbe fourth Monday of July 1880 lo receive and hear proof of claims against said deoetbnt and that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within the time specified abovo will be forever barred JNO A WILSON Master Comrar Fnlton Circuit Court march 1 1880 The Courier Job Printing Office is the best appointed Almost everybody knows the high valuo of the American Agriculturist a journal that has just completed its 37th successful year It is a large beautiful journal full of plain practical reliable mot useful information for every man woman and child It pilmts every yeir 700 to 800 original engravings of labor saving labor helping contrivanses many of thsra home made also of an imals plants con Â¬ struction of buildings etc etc The American Agriculturist also constantly pub Â¬ lishes exposures of the various humbugs and swindlers that prey upon tbe peoplo with their artful schemes These expos Â¬ ures save tens of thousands f dollars to its readers every year With nil its splendid features and an outlay of over 525000 a year in collect Â¬ ing and preparing information engrav Â¬ ings etc the circulation is so large that it is supplied to subscriber post paid for only 150 each year Wc are happy to aunfiunce that we have made arrangements to furnish to cash subscribers BOTH tbe Courier and the American Agriculturist for the small sum of only S2C5 a year both post paid which is but a trifle over five cents a-week Who will not smoke nnp iirnr 1i a week or save five cents from some other needless expenditure if necessary to constantly supply himself and family with both of these journals Remember only 52C5 pays for the Courier and tho American Agrteultwist both sent post paid for a whole year Please tell your neigh Â¬ bors of this Send in your subscriptions at once The American Agriculturist is just entering its 38th annual volume and now is tha time to subscribe Setter Still Commissioners Notice W W II creditors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Y II H Hawkins deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 4th Monday of July 1880 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and tbat all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever bar- Â¬ red JNO A WILSON Master Coramr Fulton Circuit Court 1 1880 march FULTON CIRCUIT COURT 11 Hawkins admr pliiff I Equity against II H Hawkins heirs and tieim job IP O IF1 ICE in Southern Kentucky or Western Tennessee And Still Better New Type New Presses New Machinery ASTD Warners Safe Kidney and Urer Curs e Ibrmcrli Dr Craigs Kidney Curr1 A vegetable preparation and the onlr rare remedy la tne world for Brlchts jaueaae Dlabctem and AU Kidney Urer and Urinary DUeaaea urTe3tlmonIals of the bluest order In proof Of these statements saj For the cure of Diabetes call far War ners Sans Diabetes Cure and tbe K3Tor the care of other diseases call for Warners Sofa Kidney atnd XJvcr Care THE BEST OF o PRINTERS The publishers of theJm ican Agricul-Â¬ turist have secured Marshalls new largo magnificent Steel Plate The Fabueks Pride one of the finest works of thia great artist whose pictures of Washing Â¬ ton and Lincoln are of world wide repu- Â¬ So fine is this new work that Mr tation Marshall received 53000 for engraving the steel plate alone It w13 so highly valued that thirty ood judges subscribed 25 each for 30 copies of the first or artist proofs and no copy of the picture can bo bought for less than 5500 But the publishers of the American Ag- Â¬ riculturist have just secured the Plate ana having largo facilities for multiplying it they propose to present this Splendid Enirravinr on finp Pinto nan- - 99 Ki delivered post paid to every subscriber for volume 38 of that Journal who send 20 cents extra to cover cost of narfcinw mailing and postage on tbe engraving Subscriber can secure Ihrongh this ofSce the Codf and the American Agriculturist both post paid for one year and also delivered free a copy of Ihe above named Steel Plate Engraving that will be a great adornment to everv home ALI THREE for only 5285 Therefor Brlct WARNERS every function to more healthful action and Is thus a baneflt In all disease It cures SeroftUoua and other Sbln Erup Â¬ tions and Diseases Including Cancer 11 eera and other ores Dyspepsia Weakness he Stomacn Constipation Dlxxlneas of General Debit Ity eta are cured by the Stale Bitters It la unequaled asan appetizer and regular tonic Bottles of two sizes prices SOe and 8100 Qalcltly gives Best and Sleep to the suffering cures Headache and Neuralgia prrvenvs relieves PJerTonarros Epileptic Fit and by excessive drlnlc tration brought on and other causes over Â¬ work mental shocks Powerful as It is to stop pain and soothe dis Â¬ turbed Nerves it never Injures the system whether taken in small or laire doses Bottles of two sizes prices SOc and SIOO Are an Immediate and active stimulus for a Torpla Llrtr and en re CoitlTtaeuDrTMjiU BU- - ItisthebestnioodPnrlflerandstlmnlatca SAFE BITTERS THE LATEST IXYEXTIOX We Keep in Store a Well Selected Stock of WARNERS SAFE NERVINE PRINTERS STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS m WARNERS SAFE PILLS Â¬ uuuii rhas ItaUrU Ftver muou mar aod Agm and should be used whenever tbe bowels do not operate freely and regularly Hik nib null dattt for IMrsoga I ssU Proprietor ria9liVHHlaaH EOCHESTEB K 7 Kad hM fcr Drskte Duhrs la aMldse tiujwWw HH Warner Co tr rili rtPHtt5ciili HmtT1 Butt ItemoUm at 1 C7Srad for Fupbltt 1tlmwiUf fountain For Cards LORD -- j t v TAYLOR FAMILIES SUNDERED Circulars Bill Heads Tags The next witness Charles Pratt had been told by Matthew Dow that it would be wrong for bim and his broth er David to do business together if the latter was not sanctified Tho wife of witccss told bim one day she conld be his wife no longer until he became sanctified He tried the experiment Dow told bim that should but failed be become sanctified it would be bets ter for him nud his wife to live apart two years to provo to the outside world that he was honest in bis profession J C Henry had been separated from his wife as such though she lived uns der the same roof with him and acted as she said the part of a servant claiming to be actually such Wit ness was very emphatic in making his declaration that he believed tbe Dow brothers insane MEDICAL TESTIMONY is the best equipped Safest and most pleasant line it being tbe NEWJTOEK Opening Spring Display OP Gothenburg STMcm Liquor License Â¬ The April number of the Interna tional Review contains a very suggest- Â¬ ive article on the plan of retailing spirituous liquors which takes its name from the city of Uothcnbarg in Swe den a plan which has elicited some attention in the British Parliament It consists in granting the exclusive privilege of retailing spirits in any city to a private corporation which i authorized to retain a net profit of only sis per cent on the paid up capi Â¬ tal and is obliged to pay all the bal- Â¬ ance of the income into the city treas Â¬ ury The persons who are employed by the company to sell spirits are paid salaries for their services and have no shares in the proceeds of the sales The distinctive feature of the system is that it aims to render disinterested all those who are concerned in dealing out the spirits as well as those who control the traffic This system was adopted in Gothcn burg a city of 75000 inhabitants iu 1863 In 18G7 by the general license law of Sweden it was made competent for any city government to turn over the whole business ol retailing spirits within the city limits to a compauy or Â¬ A ganized on the Gothenburg plan report of a Stockholm company is noticed in the article uodcr consider- Â¬ ation and without going into minute details we observe hat this company in 1S78 acquired 291 licenses in Stockholm a place of 168000 people It is stated that there were 1143 less con victions for drunkenuc s in that year Pin nol in iin 1110 roap tirntilntik ooine above dividends rou the ycarV which he compauy turned bubiucs over to the city treasury was 182000 Â¬ Â¬ The Cheapest Newspaper in the South Weekly American NASHVILLE OXC DOLLAR FOR A YEAR Then came five doctors with their glittering array of facts and expericn ces being not only interesting but very instructive Insanity and its many pnases ana concomitant parts were spread out before the assembly in bu intelligible manner all of the profes sional men agreeing that a man tni jiit be perfectly sane on ail subjects but Some very nice points were de- Â¬ one veloped during the progress of this Mrs Ada Hampart of the inquiry mond Mrs S E Pratt Mrs Joso phine Rancier and Mrs Martha JMc Wbirter ladies of the samo belief as the Dows were on the witness stand Â¬ GEEAT CENTRAL SHORT LINE between the Northwest and Southeast If is the shortest and most direct route to the celebrated Springs and Summer re- Â¬ sorts of Virginia and East Tennessee Connections are made with trains for all Pullman sleepers run on all points night trains Through sleepers from Memphis to Nashville without change Double daily cennections on all through trains Business men and pleasure seek- Â¬ ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat tanoogo St Louis Railroad offers bette r accommodations better time and connections than nny other route between the Northwest and Southeast Leave Memphis 1210 a m 820 a m McKenzie 415 a tn 145 pm flickuian 800 a m Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730 p m Leavo Nashville 1010 a in 8 15 p m Mnrfreesboro 1127 a m 940 p m Wartrace 1222 p m 1040 p m Tullahoraa 113 p ra 1120 p m Decherd 145 p m 1155 p m Cowan 200 p m 1210 a m Stevenson 315 p m 130 a m Bridgeport 837 p m 200 a m Chattanooga 500 p m 330 a m For information time tables and list of summer rosorts reached by this line call Geo W McKexzik on or address Agt McKenzie C Atmore jr Passg Agt L M It W L DANLElf Memphis or Genl Pass TktAgt Nashville Tenn Â¬ NEW DEI GOODS WE CAN FOSmVELY ASSERT THAT AT JfO PERIOD IIAE WE DISPLAYED AN ASSORT Â¬ MENT OF DRY OOODd 80 ADEQUATE TO THE REQUIREMEMS Or THE PUBLIC OR AT PRICES SO ADAPTED TO TUE ECESsmiiS OF ECOSOUICAL SHOPPING Our BLACK Letter Heads Posters u S- SILKS brtndsot Bonnet Ponson Tapitslcr Oulnet Gt rard and other equally prominent manufacturers The Lord A Taylor AMILV 81LK enjoys a reputation for universal excellence that is untur SILKS contain the well Mow Envelopes Blanks pasted Our American Cachemlre INDESTRUCTIBLE BLACK SILK Justly claims earnest attention beinir equal to the bet ot lorelrn manufacture St hair tho cost ETCRY YARD WARRANTED In COLORED SILKS our well selected stock Is offered at prices that cannot bo undersold COLORED AND BLACK Etc Etc WE DUPLICATE SILK DAMASSES em Â¬ bracing the rarest cems of the European or American Markets In SUMMER BILKS and FOULARDS ire hao crerytaicicthatiincvrand beautiful IX USE Â¬ FUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Within the last few years there has been exppndcd n great dcil of inventtva thought and genius upon what roiy prop- Â¬ erly he classed ns household articles tba most noted results of which are the pro- Â¬ duction of the sewing machine the wring- Â¬ er the washing machine the carpet sweeper c Almost every week wa chronicle the advent of some new inven- Â¬ tion by which the cares and labors of housekeepers are lessened and wemans work made easier The newest thing to challenge our at Â¬ tention and gladden the h art of the housekeeper is what is called the Novel ty Brush Holder Carpet Stretcher ana Sweeper a very simple contrivance de Â¬ signed lojirmly hold in position any kind of a brush or duster having an exten- Â¬ sion handle that enables one lo wash or dust windows walls or ceilings without the aid of a step ladder That is one of its conveniences and it is also one of lha best carpet sweepers in Ihe market hld ing the brush firmly at on angle cleans the carpet thoroughly raises no dust and does no wear the carpet lika the ordinary broom or brush and will outwear n half dozen broom As a han Â¬ dle for the scrubbing brush it is the best device ever mule no more kneeling on the floor no more back aches or sore fingers As a carpet stretcher it is worth its cost as a carpe of any size can be laid evenly without any of the labor and vexation usually attending such work It is st rone simple thoroughly made cannot get out of order has no screws lever or hinges is compact cheap and durable Co It it manufactured by Brown Cincinnati tbe well known manufactur Â¬ ers of useful household crlicles and is sold only by their agents to housekeepers The real utility of thia article will at once be seen by those most interested and we predict for it a large sale Every housekeeper in the Knd will want one Any reliable lady or gentleman wish Â¬ ing remunerative employment would do well to secure the agency for this county which can be done by enclosing a slamr for descriptive circultr and terms to BROWN CO O DRESS GOODS Shawls Cloaks Grand Hotel Building Cincinnati Norelties in Rachemeres Suitings Debelges and the standard cloths in splendid variety Also Scotch Zephyrs printed cotton Andersons Dress Goods Morale Cloths CoteUnes Percales Cheviots Ac with ctery grado to botouudioa flrat class establishment Louisville or Nashville Prices AND GUARANTEE THE PRINT TO BE JUST AS GOOD STANLEY IN AFRICA Written chiefly by Limself The latest and best and only authentic and satis Â¬ factory low pricid volume published BEATS THE WOULD TO SELL Has ovei GOO large octavo pages 60 illustrations Trice 250 lfil 51 00 Best A X terms and Wraps This department maintains Its supremacy and shows the best productions from tho European centres Our cloaks and Sacques are cut and made by men tailors therefore style and fit are guaranteed r that prc cmlnenco so Justly established and aln aj s represent the latest soles and fashions SUITS COSTUMES Suits and and Costumes fully sustain Our f ATTO Jbbook - - -- THE GREAT CAUSE or Ladies and Childrens Undergarments Sapcru nortraent of line French hand made UNDERWEAR Human Misery 7hs Published The next Presidential election will de ermine questions of vital importance to every citizen of tho Union Upon its results will depend the perpetuity of our republican form of government All Ibege questions will be thoroughly dis- Â¬ cussed in the present session of Con cress It is our desire and our purpose so far as we can contribute to that end that every citizen shall be fully informed upon all these questions of such vast mo- Â¬ ment Is our national government to be Is henceforth an imperial despotism Are the bayonet to rule the ballot the rights of tho States expressly re- Â¬ served in the Constitution to yield to centralized dictation Shall arrogant and imperious party leaders under the cry of Liberjy rob the citizens of liberty Shall Mammon be the only deity who shall be acknowledged as having divine Shall labor be deprived of its rights just rewards In order to bring it within the means of every man mechanic far- Â¬ mer and laborer in all vocations even in these hard times to inform himself what political parties are proposing we have reduced the terms of the Weekly Ameri Â¬ can to gONE DOLLAR a yean Vot Blx months 75 cents Three months 40 cents The real value of the paper will not bo with reduction of price bill decrease will bu vastly increased in proportion to price A SANCTIFIED WOMAN in a Scaled Envelope Price Six Cents comprisine eiery requisite for a ladys wardrobe Also childrens suits tor ever aco and size Our Infants Furnishing Department Is thor Â¬ Complete Wardrobes as low as oughly equipped 33 better goods In proportion Anr article in tbe Wiirdrobe at kit price really cheaper than the home made article and much more satisfac Â¬ dl3 AddreK at nnoe II S GOOD SPEED CO 6m New York or Cincinnati and be 4 1 REMEMBER THAT YOUR 1S79 As THE SUN ef subscriptions Tub Svs would remind its friends and welluishcrs everywhere that it is again a candidate far their con Â¬ Upon its record sideration and support fur the past ten yeais it reli for a con Â¬ tinuance of ihe hearty sympathy and gen- Â¬ erous co operation which have hitherto txeii extended lo it from every quarter of ihe Union The DtiLT Son is a four ptge shcet of 28 column1 price by mail post paid 63 cents a month or SU 50 per year The Suvdat edition of Tub Sun Is an eight page sheet of 56 columns Whil giving the news of the day it also con Â¬ tory address auljuiv inr Nashville Tcuu Mrs Rancier was positive in t ayins she would do as the Lord commanded and she received instructions from the Most High by dreams and visions She said tbo Lord had commanded her to leave her husband because he was unsanctified that tbc had done so and that if instructed to kill one of her children she would oboy The main teachings of the Dows at Belton may be adduced from the testimony of Mrs McWhirter who has perhaps held to the new doctrine longer than any oth er of those who believe in it and this testimony is given in detail She said I have been acquainted with Mat thew and David Dow about ono year they have been visitors at my house I beliove them both to bo frequently of sound mind as sane as anybody in Wo assemble ourselves this house together in Christs name and belong to the Church of God i was a mem- Â¬ ber of the Methodist Church twenty- five years The Lord came and sane lined mo twelve years ago God niakos II is rovelatious to mo by His spirit direct God never reveals to his people that thry tliould turn back to Â¬ Hosiery Gloves Handkerchiefs 1S J9 the time approaches for the renewal NEW YORK A LECTURE ON THE NATURE Trent me it and Radical cure oi Seminal Weakness or Sperma- Â¬ torrhoea induced by Self Abuse vous Debility and Impediments to mar ringe generally Consumption Epilepsy and Fits Mental and Physical Incapacity c by ROBERT J CULVERWELL M D author of the Urten Book c The world 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