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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7Ae Oldest Ktvipaperin Wtiltrn Kentuehj VOL XVygO 29 3ET CJcorge t Warren Editor 2 Price of Subscription FRIDAY A i xk- - T O IK The Wlilfp Uonso Scanrinl i r w i 9t USE WILL SELL MV HOME VlikVE ON Words and phrases which originate reasonable terms lviae oncfonrtli of APRIL 9 1S80 from some peculiirty are often permaÂ¬ - i miie soutii weat of the Court House in nently adopted into the language That the town of Hickman embracing about UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES upon charges of gross immorality going objectionable phrase the opposite sex of land nearly all under fence with a far beyond anything ordinary brought first became familiarized to us in the police reports as being used by police- Â¬ President R Bllayos For years Mr Chapman men in giving their evidence We do LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING against men Vice President Wm A Wheeler has occupied a trusted and confidential not know whether it is applied indis- Â¬ Secretary of State Win A Evarts good Cistern and Stables young bearing position in the Executive office His criminately to either sex the authority Secretary Treasury John Sherman Orchard of selected fruit good Garden special duty has been to writo out off- Â¬ of a policeman would probably ho Secretary of War Gen Ramsey spot and good lots of neTer failing water quired to settle the point Secretary Navy Thompson for Stock For terms apply to the under- Â¬ icial documents in tho clear hand and But it is not of opposite sex Secretnry Interior Carl Churz conventional style required in such vfhichevcr it may the that we would signed or T M French C F C C be Postmaster General David M Key 80 papers He formerly clerked ip the write but of tho sexes in opposition B R WALKER j30 Attorney Geucrnl Charles Devens Treasury He was appointed by Gen In these times when thera is much eral Grant to the position of Executive clanvor for the rights of women there is STATE OFFICERS a fear lest the female sex in seeking Having determined to change my busi Â¬ clerfe during his second administration ness I will sell the place on which I dot His character about town has been ap- Â¬ their inJependence should set them- Â¬ Governor Luke P Blackburn live 7 miles nearly south of Hickman in parently known to overy one except selves in opposition to the men It is IL Governor J S Cantrell true that certain number of Obion county Tcnn containing Secretary of State S B Churchill the people at the White House where can never bo married and mustwomenÂ¬ thereAssist Sec of State Thos G Harris 1tc lie was employed Investigation at fore find sofie separate means of exist- Â¬ Uorjhom I hoard hit liltlitocV StatcAuditor Fayette Hewitt the White House of the causes of his ence but as most Women becomo wives a nobleman inBguise re- Wirt tt I chirji to jilra al mc Treasurer James W Tate 150 of whirh is now in cultivation The removal have developed Arfd4ri tuiuou to fivd the Socle i Attorney General P- - W Hardin the following II and mothers good eeiog between the I raovrya rjsiapseintothGjfaracfJfcjf ticplaco is Eusceptiblc of being made a No IJ IT i U I ll sexes should bo maintained Register Land Office Alph Shelden Several wecka arm mimn -Oliin mota A Test for Stock farm Terms liberal WilLdivide facts - iKHjOTTt rSttaBtts t i y oinJurlh iTucent --v JSujU Pub liftitruotion J D Pickett into incHua oi iiir naves were stonnincr at Iva V 4JU mmr 1atjv tst Ffttntlia I nb for Womens Rights State Printer Elvis Porter sow more mutr IV Uinj ono of the up town hotels friends may not suffer tbe ex- Â¬ They made dissension between men vho women education and Uiaj uaiD WCU tiaui SIMZA rearing have evidently canine penally for sins they have not atul numerous visits to the White House than any ethers there is a large- class of been of a much higher grade than is treme if desired COURT OF APPAELS committed and that no guilty dogs Also 98 acres -- Pryor Chief Justice Thos J phis situated on six miles north of Mem Â¬ and talked very freely with the Presi- Â¬ persons who unconsciously set tlte sexes usually accorded to the eons of ordinary may escape we tniuK it wortn wiiile to the Paduoah Memphis dent about the gossip heard by them in opposition We received a couple of fishermen or longshoremen Zapf is a reproduce the following from the report ttatgls Thomas Bines and Cofer railroad about town These friends heard letters by tho same post cne fro w a man of fine physical form and his of the district vettrt ary surgeons in Judges fe20 6m L B SUAPHERD whole appearance at times betokens that Wurtemberg as a novel device openly discussed in the lobby of the lady and tho other from a eritlemav for dis Â¬ hotel where they stopped numerous The lady after describing tne somewhat ne is tne nero ot many a conquest in covering dog which have b Pn worrying which the heart of some AN uuuuuui cumiuci scandals about one Chapman who was her acquaintance oi a mate memc er oiÂ¬ gi was the sufferer He is susceptible sheep In February f 1871 a dog at- Â¬ Fulton County Court H C Bailey a man of woundup with say judge held every 2d Monday in each employed at the White House and ing But that is just like men they abony five feet seven inches in height tacked a flocirof ehrcpand killed eleven The shepherd rep irted the circumstance month who also filled the position of private are all so abominably mean and eelfiish well bivjltj aQd with a well shaped head to veterinary surge n Otersta who Fulton County Quarterly Court H C The centleman after speaking of a on a pair of broad shoulders betokening soon after discovered a dog which from secretary of General Ben Lefevre of Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan- Ohio after office hours at the White want of veracity in a lady remarked considerable bodily strength A heavy his general appearance and muddy con- Â¬ uary April July and October But women are never to be relied on crop of dark wav hair peeps from un Â¬ dition he 8upected to be the culprit House The life led by the Ohio MAGISTRATES COURTS Jiere then were a couple of people der a hat of the uost approved city He according resolved to test his sus- Â¬ Congressman and his secretary natural 1st District Esq Donaho 2d Saturday Hickman Kentcuky each given to villifying the opposite front slouch while a couple of coarse picion bygiving it an emetic the effect ly became a topic of gossip among In March June September and Decem- Â¬ woolen shirts carelessly thrown open at was to bring up some flesh and ear cor- Â¬ ber Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in WE keep on hand the finest selection of these Ohio people They made a few Just like a woman av n husband the throat reveal a skin hs white and responding to that of one of the sheep ame aonths and learned to clear that of an fcfant to his wife CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO inquiries that Chapman wastheir aston some triflingwhen she ha- - committed soft and invitedas the reporter on board which had been partially devoured 2d District Esq Goar 3rd Saturday in Zapf ishment regarded as offense and then of Another dog was also suspected and to ircb June September and December c cheaper than any house in tewn course a 9torm ensues for a woman his floating home and narrated to him this was applied the same treatment a professional procurer and that fur sq Miles 4tb Monday in same months the following brief biographichal sketch 3rd District Esq Reed 3rd Monday in FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY nishing young girls for immoral pur will stand anything rather than being of himself r My name is Erhard Zapf but tbo creature only vomited food of an entirely different character In the B poses to wealthy or official roues was repioached for her sex Meals and Lunch at all hours March June September and December Just like you men says a termagant I was born in Cincinnati in January in court the owner of first Esq MayeSjti Saturday in same months one of his special lines of trade It wife to her husband and then probably 1842 and am consequently nearly thirty lawpay for the whole the the dog had to of worried 4th District Esq Dickinson 1st Mon- was also related to these wondering strong words ensue for the very fact eight years of age lcame to CalifomJa sheep B S day in March June September and De Ohioans that the peoplo at the White of reproaching any one with their sex shortly after atlaining my majority Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in cember Women Voters in Kansas makes the person doing it seem to be of and earned a living hy various ways for House bad employed unsuspected came months several years Some time before 1870 1 IMilwinite Journal pf Cotnnif rceJ under their roof a man who was the tho superior 6th District Esq Boat 1st Wednesday One sees in Kansas many new and If the matter is considered and pulled first met Lotta who was playing an en Â¬ in March June September and December head devil at disgusting nightly orgies to pieces it b soon reduced to an ab- Â¬ gagement at the time in Gilberts unfamiliar sight but none more inter- Â¬ Esq Collins 3rd Wednesday iu same MEALS AT ALL HOURS ONLY 25c at a house on Thirteenth htreet near I surdity for if a woman possesses cer- Â¬ Melodeon at the corner of Kearney and esting thin that of ladies voting They months street and that such an uproar had tain faults because she is a woman or a Clay streets Oui acquaintance soon have the jrivilege of voting in all mat- Â¬ 6th District Esq Jones 4th Wednes Â¬ Oysters and all day in March June September and De Â¬ always to be had kinds of Confectioneries beoo occasioned at times that neigh- Â¬ man certain faults because he is a man ripened into intimacy and it was with ters pertaining to schools As far as d2078 the how can either help it bors hud been compelled to complain cember Esq 2d Wednesday ia It is as if a many protestations of mutual regard observation goes They ladies have minds same months neither v te for This and eveu worse was related Ev person were to bo reproached for having thatwo parted in tho early part of 1871 of their own go to Oregon and thehandomeit men nor the ones th ir a short nose W GORMAN GO ery species of bestiality was reported crooked finger or a humpback or a I to career as an actress she to continue husbands tell them to vote for unless throughout the her CITV OFFICIALS against this mail Nothing too low or That there are faults peculiar to each countrv Shortly after reaching Port- Â¬ the candidate is in their opinion tho Mayor II A Tyler DEALKHS IS too foul could be found that some one sex is well known Their votes can not be Women are as a land Oregon I was summoned to Cin Â¬ proper one City Judge George Warren did not charge the uilt home to Chap rule made up of smaller parts than cinnati by a letter announcing the death bought They are universally on the City Attorney R T Tyler STOVES mas lud by indirection General Ben men but then they have more in num- Â¬ of my father 3Iy mother had died side of morality and temperance hence Cily Clerk R E Millet ber they have many minor good qual- Â¬ some years previous On reaching Cin- Â¬ the workers in the temperance cause City Treasurer T P Fortune Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work Lefevrt came in for his bharc of con Conncilmen T M French A A Far and Repairing Good workmen eranloy demnalion because to employ this man ities and minor faults which men do cinnati I found Lotta who was about to are warm advocates of equal suffrage city My pass quietly not possess Men are made is C L Randle W B Plumnier ed and the best of material used jyll as n secretary and to associate with and greater parts A great viceofis fewer begin an engagement in that to nearly Election dayt or fighting doneIfitthere is any drinking W- - T Buckner is not more fathers estate amounted II S Campbell him intimately argued that he must common with men than women but 4000 and after obtaining possession of at the polls Evt rything ia orderly City Marshal Jas A Warner w know something of his notorious dis small vices are general wiik tho latter this I renewed my acquaintance whit there notwithstanding contrary reports Wm Young Wharfmaster reputableness These Ohio friends of It is the same with other qualities and the little actress who had caused me circulated by anti BufF agists in the Marketmaster Jas A Warner City Tax Collector Saml Landrum Jr the President when assured of the also in intellect A woman can gen- Â¬ such a heartacho at parting in Califor- Â¬ Eastern States Candidates keep car- Â¬ Sexton Peter George general reputation of infamy borcie by erally do many things tolerably weD a nia The acquaintance ripened into af- Â¬ riages running for the accommodation of ladies Diat School Trustees W L McCutch Chapman made haste to co to lav tbe man turns his attention to one only It fection with the final result that we deposit but a great many walk up and ea Jno W Cowgill Jas A Warner ia seldom therefore that a wamnnn went the way of all the earth and were their votes As the result eo matter before the President He wa I nnmp stands among the foremost iu art mjirriwrjH miyof 1872 bomo three far has been very satisfactory even to W H very much shocked but be did not meiauire or science since been the -result of the men the brutes it will probably OUNTY OFFICERS- H ae 1 j lejajUKkaHgwtu EarCfil UojreFgJ iSjy-- rirnajOj btrbut a short time until equal sufirasre k Hfzeu 0 Bailey is only t first few ears is granted OJIiJT--TTfhis private secretary and asked for the ine men snow tneir galÂ¬ BP 3 iTounty Clerk Jno A Wilson theh education and that when they pleasantly spent either lantry and faith in the ability of the record of Mr Chapman as a clerk in shall have received equal advantages SheritT B It Walker as manager ladies by appointing them to office fffTenns tbe office Col Rogers said that he witu men tney will go beyond tnem in member about i coinx or Circuit Court Clerk T M French Cj H of the company in our The enrolling clerk of the Legislature or Jos Bushart Assessor was a remarkably good clerk so lar as But this is easily disapproved by the home in Cincinnati Wo gradually are ladie also a large proportion of A D Kingman County Attorney the performance of his routine duties fact that our great poets tte foremost drifted apart however until latterly County Superintendents who in every Jailer Frank Thomosson were concerned Chapman was a swift men in the world have not depended on almost all communication has ceased be- Â¬ Instance discharge their duties in r Master CammisBioner J A Wilson and elegant penman What was the education When we number up the tween us My financial wants have manner that gives universal satU County Surveyor Robert McConncl work of a day to most men was to him really great poets of all ages of whom always been supplied by Lotta when I faction Coroner 0 there is any record and then think of on her which has been but Circuit Judge W W Robertson a mere two hours task When Col the poetesses we must acknowledge have called Isnt it Lovcl seldom Some two years ago Commonwealths Attorney B A Neal Rogers first assumed the duties of that women are not equal with men visited this coast I met her on when she There is no surer tigu of the lank of the most WEEKLY private secretary be took Buck Grant Can we count off five poetesses on our friendly terms I constantly drove and refinement than the habit of judging of aside and asked him about the force in right hand We begin with Sappho walked with her and was recognized by gnodshy their price rather than by their K the private secretarys office Young that is foon settled But who comes many who will not look at me now bauty orvalue A lady in San Fran- Â¬ Q Elizabeth Barrett Browning merely because I dont wear a plug hat cisco witnessed an instance of it the Grant gave all the clerks most flatter- Â¬ next W is long step between them Here Zapf de- Â¬ other day and a broadcloth suit BCTaESRSTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF THE SOUTH ing commendations Of Chapman he There such a O in point of time And who next It i3 livered a longdiscourso on the difference Two young ladies stood at the show spoke particularly He said You difficult to say And admitting Sap- Â¬ between a gentleman in a whito shirt window of a fancy article shop A lare A GOOD PAPER FOB ALL SECTIONS will find him a wonderful clerk His pho and Mrs Browning where shall we and neat suit and ne wearing the garb collar was undtr di cussion There it Not of a laboring man rapidity and the elegance of execu- Â¬ place them in the ranks of poets At that time Lotta l3y with pretty pointed tips and a quiil Will be sent one year postage free for H near the top it is evident tion in the preparation of official docu dont b i -- ve wished me to go East with her but I of stand up edging TWO DOLLARS which amount will in Â¬ O Women have not then the great refused to do so because she nor her its real xaid one with the kub if tier clude a handsome premium in the shape ments have made him invaluable here of a hook or a knife or various articles So at the end of his talk with young qualities of men but it shows a want of mpther would consent to the latter lady parasol at her lips The other poked lier greatness in a man to reproach a woman cheek with hers and said lace was so of use and beauty a3 may be selected Grant Col Rogers called in the clerks for it The numerous minor virtues of remaining with her husband while I deceiving from our printed lists A sample copy of traveled alone with my wife From aud told them there would be no clian the weaker eex make up the comple- Â¬ that time I heard nothing of her until the Weekly Courier Journal and a circu- Â¬ Im bound Ill know said the first ges ment of a mans character when joined her late engagement at the Baldwin and she disappeared within the 8 ore This pleased tbem very much lar containing the full list of premiums will be sent on application Alter that the work of the office ran by his How often may we hear a man Theater Immediately on learning that She came back soon her eyes like exÂ¬ The Courier Journal is a combination You women have no logic she was in the city 1 sent her a note clamation points Col Rog- Â¬ exclaim smoothly without a break t made in 1808 of three old Louisville paIt is true that women are illogical but stating my desire to see her Some days Millie said she the price is ers had uo complaint to make against per viz the Journal established in 1830 what they lo in reason theylnake up after two ladies came down D street V 45 Chapmans conduct while in the office the Courier in 1843 and the Democrat in in instinct and a man should remember to my boarding houss and inquired if I y sol replied Millie You don 1844 Its reputation is national as well obtained for new inventions or for im- Â¬ At this point in tbe conversation the that thero is often much to bo gained by was in On going to the door I met my Isnt it lovely as its circulation and it is pronouueed provements in old ones Caveats Trade President related what bad been told his wifbs instinctiveness Yes was the answer wife in company with another lady but it one of tho- - ablest and best arranged pa- Â¬ Marks and all patent business promptly him by his Ohio friends and suggested So a woman who can do many little who played iu Musette and Zip during would have been horrid if it had been being espe Â¬ attended to pers in the world its matter an investigation We had con- Â¬ imitation This Col Rogers at things well should not find fault with my wife s engagement cially adapted to the Merchant the Far Â¬ Inventions that have been rejected may once began He was astounded to her husband because his mind is devotrd siderable of a conversation at the time mer and the Family Circle Horrid little thing without a set of still in most cases be patented by us meet at tho first steps such universal to one great thing But it is only by during which she offered me any amount Choice from standard books of the limes Being opposite the U S Patent Office continual association that men and wo-Â¬ of money I needed 1 refused at the bangs to her name is the newest Chi Â¬ and a choice selection of the leading mag Â¬ and engaged in patent business exclusive- Â¬ testimony from every source of tho men will learn to fit their respective time to accept any being in good cir- Â¬ cago phrase for describing a rival azines or illustrated periodicals of the ly we can secure patents in less time qualities into one another If women cumstances from the proceeds of a GROSS IMMORALITV furnished in combination with the than those who are rtaiote from Wash day How Young Gantier Wrote consort only with their own sex they ex- Â¬ voyage I bad jnst made Afterward I Weekly for a mere pittance in addition to ington and who must depend upon tho of Chapman that he deeided that inves ILiKrtry World the price of the Courier Journal alone with the Patent ligation of any special case was idle so aggerate those small vices which are pe- Â¬ wanted to see her and left a note at theÂ¬ mails in all transactions In 1S33 Mademoiselle de Maupn During the remainder of 1879 and Office culiar to them until they become very theater and also at her house ReceivChapman was summoned to tbe pres through 1880 the Weekly Courier-Journpetty characters indeed Their narrow ing no answer I consulted a lawjer was begun It was written iq hw room Whan inventors send model or sketch without premiums will bo sent to we make search in the Patent Office and ence of Col Rogers and confronted mindedness their priggishness their determined to force her to provide out at his parents home on the Place clubs of five or more persons at 1 50 advise as to the patentability free of with the r eneral charge of immorality cautiousness their want of veracity of her abundance for our children and Koyalc Tim work with all its fire Gautier istively each and for every clib of five the club charge if she gave me any trouble to present a wearied lion and excfashionable The p et confidential and alegations of seduction for base their love of scandal all grow larger Correspondence a then a person raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to prices low and no charge unless patent is business purposes and all that had while their good qualities rust for want claim on ray own account any address free for a year Lotta treats the entire matter as a ace much preferred to rhyme gallant been inundated upon the people of the of use If men live without tho com- Â¬ obtained i3ily Courier Journal S12ayear post Â¬ We refer to Hon Postmaster General panionship of women their selfishness first class joko as do all her intimate Sonnes to fair young draels and to de- Â¬ promenade tbo boulevards with his re- Â¬ age tte Sunday Courier Journal 2 a D M Koy Rev F D Powers to officials White House Chapman boldly To nied everything Be said that he was their intolerance and their general bear Â¬ and dramatic acquaintances Times a year postage free who transcendent waistcoats and marvelous ishness of behavior increase in the U S Patent Office and especially a victim But be- porter of the Philadelphia He was cause such is tbe case let not the whole calleo on her lor an explanation a few pantaloons rather than shut himself up of a conspiracy No irareliing agents are employed by to our clients in eery State of the Union the Courier Journal Company but a lib and in Canada For special references extremely agitated and completely un of either sex be charged with theso days ago Lotta stated that it was only before a lamp to blacken th ets of paper beside being a eral cah commission or haudsom prem- terms advice c address prepared for the accusations lie ask faults and above all let not men aud one of many similar attempts either at And he detested prose thorough romaniums will be given to persons known to CO C A SNOW aid looked rpn ed fur an opportunity to defend nim women ca3t the finger of scorn at each blackmail or to carry htr heart by ticist as the pr me accomplishment of a Jbo community they reside in who will Opposite Patent Office Washington 1 C self Ho was told that ho should not other for what is an attribute of tho storm It would seem that Lotta has it Â¬ net as local pgents Any one who denov21 from Philistine So when he went into he be condemned unheard He was given sex Because a specinl fault is peculiar had her full share of persecutionmany houe hi father would lock him up in sires to act and to assist in extending tho to the sex there is greater reason that imposters and blackmailers and cannot be but one week to make a defense In that it should not bo made a means of re- aro the tales told by her of husbands bis room and lay out his task circuUtfca of paper beneficial to any community in which it You aro not to come out he would time Chapman flooded tbe White proach How mauy husbands and lovers brothers and other relatives who ap Lookout Route House with uiay be generally read will upon until you wives quarrel for the simple reason that have sprung up in her path though it cry through tbo keyholo plication bo supplied with an ageufs would seem that but few of them have have finished- ten piges of Maupinl LETTERS FROM MEMBERS OF CONGRESS those few words just like the men outfit free of charge Sometime SSfPSl and Senators asking for his retention or just like women are continually made serious inroads on either her puree often he creptTheophile was resigned etc For specimen copies circulars out through tbe window Nearly two hundred letters of warm used and how much enmity is created or her affections This last attempt address between tho sexes generally by writers however is said lo bo one of the most At other times his mother always fear- Â¬ IIALDEMAN N were secured personal endorserBcot ful that her sou would fatigue himself who arealwaysalluding to faults special serious and boldest ai tacks yet made President Courier Journal Co is the best equipped safest and most from tbo principal public men of the to either sex I The women perhaps and a considerable number of both her with so much work came to release him Louisville Ivy pleasant line it being the country No wore grotesque evidence come of worst in this latter respect as friends and acquaintances are looking jcliim c Esvn CENTRAL SHORT LINE of tho utter lack of value of letters of journalists are mostly male but on the forward to the result of Zapfg exertions GE3AT SPECIAL NOTICES Sow Juliu loved a pretty girl novelists are mostly fe- Â¬ Jo establish such a relatiounhip with And when he wished tc rleae her between the Northwest and Southeast II indorsement written iodiscriminaleiy other hand the Â¬ jnteref Ho Kribliwt her up in both his arm is the shortest and mo9t direct route to by public men could be found than male and they certainly hare their reWk have a speedy and positive Cure for Aud sUneUcd Sec Julius srisce her East African Slave Trade re- Â¬ wero exhibited in this special case venge in their novels Jor if men were Catarrh Diptheriu Canker Mouth and the celebrated Springs and Summer SteubrntiUelleraJ East Tennessee Mr Chapman did not attempt to diss to be judged thereby they are a very The Sultan ol Zanzibar has succumbed Headache in SUILOIPS CATARRH REM Â¬ sorts of Virginia and And when her mother horerd near villainous lot with scarcely a gentle to the British cruisera on his coast and all EDY A nasal injector free with each Connections arc made with trains for And saw how ha did ucrs3 her a single one of the charges made man among them That the peculiar stopped his African slave trade His Pullman sleepers run on all prove fchc dried tho quickly iwlng tcsru Jiotlle Use it if you desire health and points qualities of each sex ate valuable may Sultamhip is a conundrum to many per-Â¬ And yelled Oh Julius caw Through sleepers from against him and put in only as a de COcls Sold by Buck night trains Price hr Kweet breath Symmee Timrt be instanced by tho fact that they be- sons who do not keep the run of great Memphis to Nashville without change fense this mass of personal indorsement Cowgill Hickman Ky Double daily cennections on all through At the expiration of tho week the come odious when transferred to the op- Â¬ men in the East He owns a little strip Tho old nun lUo bent his prido And lw him to release her trains Business men and pleasure seek- Â¬ President suid that it was absurd to posite one Whatmote unpleasing than of land in Arabia hugging the Persian A STRANGE PEOPLE Oh no the anient youth rcplicil a mannish woman or what more dis- Â¬ Gulf called Muscat and an island arid Do you know that there are strange ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat fchef such a Jewel you kh eir these letters as a defense St Louis Railroad offers better talk of gusting than an effeminate man On a strip of mainland midway the eastern JJiigafo suiuuy Timtj people in our community we say strange tanoogo accommodations belter time and connec- Â¬ Plainly anybody could procure such tho other hand how great those char- Â¬ coast of Africa called Zanzibar He is because they seem to prefer to suffer and our racket stop the maiden aid any other route between the letters through uiero acquaintances acters are and wo meet tnem som timea Sultan of both territories Yet when Tor me tis just the chet fJr jiass their days miserably made so by tions than and Southeast Wlc I it is tlutiibeinc squeezed and if Mr Chapman bad no better de- Â¬ who combine the goodness of both sexes in ante bellum lime a to called states- Â¬ Dispepsia and Liver Complaint Indiges- Â¬ Northwest Never Mull JuliuscHi sir Leave Memphis 1210 a m 820 a m fense to make than this that was the When we say of a man that he is as man was asked to voto for tbe ratification tion Constipation and General Debility Knhtk GrJc Ctfy McKenzie 415 a m IA p in tender as a woman or of a woman that of a treaty with the Sultan of Zanzibar when SHILOHS V1TALIZE11 U guaran Â¬ Ho then dicud of the wholo affair a m flickuian VW Ami then they entertwlned again Cow she is as heioic as a man we praise both he innocently asked teed to cure thera Sold by Buck Where is Zjnzi And I tclljon honor briBtit Mr Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730 p m rected his Charles Lamb when he was asked to bar jrill Hickman Ky The religio philanthropists of fo mixed were they the old imtuiaid Leave Nashville 1010 a ra 815 p m Why laok now --Julius h s her rEREMITOIlY DISMISSAL writo in tho album of a young lady Soho Square London aud our own piou3 Murfrcesboro 1127 a m 040 p m Hundred Tliounaud Strotifr Stilano Triune ago instead named Frances penned the following missionaries can now forward their This occurred six weeks Wart race 1222 p m 1040 p m In the past few months thero has been Bibles and flannel shirts te tho heathen Female clog dancers in San Antonio Tullahoma 118 p ra 1120 p m of last Saturday as previously an- lines more than 500000 bottles of Shiloha Cure iu equatorial Africa without fear that Texas are so raaenetic that they Mr fccMa Mup that fain her best rrouM Decherd 145 p m 1155 p m nounced The President was much Oat of tho vast number of people old Write at command Kraneui Wcslmxxl the fcultau will confiscate tho boxes of draw half dollars from tho jocfcet3 of Cowan 200 p m 1210 a in who hwe uied it more than 2000 cases mortified to think that such a soauda Itut h rls licr wit nut In their bet mood the Giaours And jet tho conviction tho spectators A few nishtsago at tho Stevenson 315 p m 130 a m Kdl laU lr on mine Idle fuiUe All t of Consumption have beoj cured re could have lous charaoter must force it elf upon the Caucasian As shes much giren lo romaiiec Vaudeville that cty Miss Ada New Bridgeport 337 p m 200 a m Coughs Croup Asthma and Bronchitis Atxmt this sxJf auie ttylu of Frances maincd so long undiscovered aud comb cnlled flown a perfect shower of brother that tho man end the brother Chattanooga 500 p in 330 a in once hence it is that everybody Which wenis to lea nnuic in cuiuiiiMi yield at particularly when in Africa ia happiest without either silver win along with a pair of cold Attributed to man or omin For information time tables and list of even unsuspected rpenks in ltd praise la tnose niio nave 8i thence contrhed this Hattcring moral Bible or flannel thirt for ho will ni ither Diacelets not used it let us say if you have a summer resorts reached by this line call he was such an object of notoriety iu With which she hopes no soul will iiuarru learn from the one cor wear tht other l Geo V McKeszik Cungh or your child the Croup and you on or address That she who this twin title ilects Washington but he consoled himself Do not allow yctthblf to speak ill of OMubliiex whats Riixi in ei I her sex Agt McKenzie i with the fact that Chapman was uot Rs his time U chiefly UUiiup n knock value life dont fail to use it For lame Unite how cry rare the case is iugdown cocoannwer jumping through the absent one if it can be avoided the Passg Agt L M It C P Atmore jr Back Side or Chest use ShiloUs Porous Maviiliite 6us to feinala grac ac original appointment and that re W L DANLEY jungles in eearcli if gnuvhoppf rs for hi day may come when somo friend will be And nuittliiK not her tirvier rani VlaMcr Sold by your Druggist For sale Memphis or It belli in ono fanny and l rjuk needed to defend you in your absence BucU fv Cowgill Hickman Ky Gcnl Pas Tkl Agt Nashville Tcnn ally he was not responsible for him tv Iritis mcali Special to Chicago Times Several weeks ago the President de eided to peremptorily remove Charles It Chapman one of the associate sdc retaries of Col Rogers staff nl the White House This decision was based Washington THJ uriUSlTJS SEX which Charao London Telrgrsph 6ohieofUirIrranritli tcrlM iu re Farms for Sale I0N0SH0RC3IAN Have an Aim afErhurrtEnM Who Clnlrnn JTrr There are people in th world who aro VMlfe A tinr lookluc IVllutr and Very aptly called 1tfUMfctuttte scultertd brains - Ilonilo It I itHHiucit Mtllh Courted anil They can do so many things passably Now Dlioniu that they can do nothing welt IVSea We noticed when we werSjojngerand used hromcJe reporter to live in the wood that the notion was ajtaitedto IhdIErhirtl rntt that a scattering gun will kfil some Â¬ - Mw thing even if it doesnt kill wat yoa repc5d hhi OfXifltts thn nrtrcj Af tes a t W riA throne sought for aim at is false and unreliable It is no Wl more was ftM the theory of the Irish Â¬ iobi mo city lront man true than his gun who ben dockoal barrel into the bertrOnTa pile on the docKii1 ierteoi ofy SCOW Knhonnpr shape of a half circle under the impresÂ¬ grace and easseof an old sion that he could nhoot round a corner withll in that way The best thing to use- - h a lonoremrarEbfereporteranTiroafiherl and h his poHfest fanner asked Is bullet and thebestrcharacteriititrof the this Mr Erharu JZbpfJ That is my hunter is to be sure Of hia aiai Thomas namoair responded thegentJeman in Hood wrote a little poem once which re- Â¬ fers toa slightly different experience the wfolen shirt and overalls of the California favorite but which may have an application tp i9 a quer mixture of the gentleman jlhe fiubject in hand It runs thus Mr mother Mds me spend m j reiilea and longshore roughc Oie raiaute his On all who come jud call mefair hearers will he startled by lkteaingto Asctu inks aro thrown upon ihntUa K one oftho most eloquent arMprofound To all the sjun owj lu tho ir dissertations on the theological and n darling er my own Jlat ThtiSXnt 3WS A Weather TalkerfjVhrCot Left There is one DitiChowill never refer to the tJtglSfilfieather again as long asheMveiJBfcelwnditionof tho weather hasbeeffalAfeby of fi s for years and he hatffaajlr reveled in the rains and fogs whKdUave been ours since the new year saaeetiDg an ac- Â¬ quaintance he has iafefiKbiy said Ever see sucbTeather before Curious countryvgww Whod have looked for spring i3nuarv Hive you any idea l twill wuge This inuda killing business batjwe cantrlielp it Ever know of snch a mlwcseioa of fogs Yesterday he wa 86oing up town by the Fort streetline Ha umbrella fell from hia hand m he eWered the car A stranger pckedit moved alorig and the citizen sat ddwa besideflum and We1 tInr erfayrijjg -- rf Tfet Bjjmnter three StgcktorrtJpp pr- - 5jt zg-auachreadingof dlmpaoTfti and kiridrwP under stone in the illtu trated boys paper became emuloai M tho heroes depicted in such literatim v and resolved to imitate thera The boys were George Hall Bouch asd Alfred Liddleton They commenced by providing thenwelvea ach with a horse from thia vicinity Each one also - MZS provided himself in some manner wilh revolvera and all the sccourfementiawa wkvwjai CJl ilifc vvKjknuij robber liejore leaving otockton they 4Htk2 cut up considerable mischief Thevet out for Bodie andlt appears proposed to tive by plunder on the way 3JF Dtooa-and-tb rsiprktw HtraJd jfcr - r i fr W Mf Wt Thesaid-to-be-hHsba- IjIj tracts jrrnvf j- L thus far failed to get into the japixs but they succeeded in getting inwjil They played a atrong game in Cihivw H County knocking down robbingVti t heating Chinamen at A forcibly carr in off sheepherda saddle and other effect- On one occasion 56 is said they com- Â¬ pelled a hunter to go out and ehoota lot of quail for them following him about with pistols drawa In another case they are said to hnv gone to a house and compelled a wo 3n to kill said j Thankee weather isnt chickens and get them up a dinner able for an itinerant Mftnodss 8eo aucjK weather before itvEver Une gang of sheej we Uill be sick im tierts a chance boys got the dropm Jtecejs violo- - t ore iv Can you accou nt mildweather r them over into AHnc Coufty at thif season v miu f HABvC at tnv wev ldiik-Jto- werda to you iya did not knot f 1 ling they 11 in private ji stranguria a liwing and the euns trrninAit nsiv-- was aruiirdeo vtwaeVfe xfththa car a nartv with C 1 4 Tere mt m -- Y I K r- mTmeS TllA torn OYlf nff intrAiViaw lia - COURTS Bakery CONFECTIONEEY K1YSER WITTING RESTAURANT J TINWARE greatly puzzled nd when they reached the walk the stranger continued You remarked that this is terrifile weather I quite agree with you You seem to be a well educated and observ ing man and I am clad to have met you I hadnt taken any notice at all of the weather until you spoke but I quite agree with you quite The citizen cleared his throat bnt did not reply and presently the man went on You asked mo if I ever had seen such weather before I am satisfied that I have at some time in my life but I cannot just now recall the date Lets see Lets see Was it in 1857 No Lets see Well I cannot recall it now but on reaching home I will look up my old diaries If I can do anything lo oblige you 1 shall be only too glad Tney walked a block in silence the citizen amazed and astounded and then the stranger suddenly said You said we would all bo sick un Â¬ less thero was a chance Trat remark shows your interest in your fellow men I quite agree with you quite Yes we shall be ill and many of us may never recover I hope you are prepared to die The citizen now began to get mad and afttr hoofing it for another loag block he growled What did yon want to say to me in private You asked me replied the other as he gestured with his clenched hand if I could account for this mild weather at this season of tbe year Yes sir 1 can but I didnt want to give it away to all in the car My theory regarding this warm spell can be explained in just two hours and Ill go to your office and do Â¬ t9n 3Phwkintrwr1haiibee iBii grown rcaa nirenis they had nothi g and lowed to go Th w wtro San Andreas and put iu iai ev were tried and convicted on ionw t charge and put in jail in default of u payment of fines of 30 ach hf U Graod Jury of Calaveras County h dicted them for robh ry Getting Ahead of a Pied Tipcr Eats and their ecc n trie treiks av no inconsider be part in Ge tnm tez endary lore That their passion for music will induce them to brave the ut most peril we hivo learned fro n the Rat catcher of Hamelns quaint nar rative Poor Bihop Hulti disoovtri to his cost what deprrnte euterprirj they were capable of undertaking stimulated to strumous eff prompting of outrages m r 1 - n1 an inborn predilection o e iCof flesh Ever sitee rhty t luck ess prelates castle and pwlw d ht bones in a highly memorable tbey love to iinjrer in the purlieu Geiman bifchops palaces aud caUtdr cities are their favorite abodw least such is the in the Ctb provinces of the Father and In Paw born it see m tbey have eunHsl j themselves so soldly that the authorities of that venerable old of the Church have lfund it ncv e sary to adopt extreme measure their expuUi n A thort ime gr J burgomaster Herr Frankenberg entct into a contract with the etnintni v catchar Baura by which the bound himself to aVlivcr PacS ibori its rodent population for the perunia consideration of 60 marks Everv fa cility was given to him by the ciiiz ui he enjoyed free access alike to cellar and garret crypt and muaiment room and after a fortnights remortek campaign during which thousands of victims succumbed to his skill he declared Paderborn to be absolutely rar less and mouseless But he bad to do with a burgomaster wilier than any rut that ever wore whiakers The saga Â¬ cious functionary forewith issued a pro clamation exhorting every burgess of Paderborn still cognizant of the pres- eiicfc ofrat or make declarations thereof at the Town Hall within hours So many citizens appeared at the Eath haus next morning in response to this appeal that the Town Council ol Pader Â¬ born has been deliberating ever since whether or not Baums fee shall be paid to him and according to the latest accounts can not come to any decision upon thia knotty point Meanwhile Paderborn if not absolutely ratlcss hae got rid of at least 90 per cent of its rats without disbursing a stiver Guidos Aurora is a very pretty picture But Aurora look3 a little out of place these cold mornings standing around in her bare feet sipping nectar out of morning glories Â¬ Â¬ the boy r d tVtent b Wmwm XMHAhUSIK Vkctvi dGiflplHKSHEk - fondon Telegrarhl 1 K r jloi K - -- mV K m m rlsr l- it d a No swer you wont was the blunt an- Â¬ Â¬ tf c 2 u h 4 - T- f But I will When I set out to oblige a man Im willing to spare four hours if necessary Tne citizen crossed the street hoping to shake the man off but he also crossed and went on Having been appealed to by you to explain the cause of this mild See here aaidv the other as he 1 clont want any more halted you But von asked me to ernlain I Â¬ Â¬ 1 ty Cornier Journal y 1 8 Â¬ PATENTS al Â¬ -- Â¬ lht Â¬ Â¬ Swf fountain - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fle Â¬ 1 You are a liar you did What Dont bristle up to me with any of your whats warned the strarger or Ill knock your nose off 1 never allow anybody to trifle with me We will either go to your office and devote two h mrs to an expiation of my theory or Ill lick you for asking me useless ques- Â¬ tions and taking up my valuable time The citizen turned pale looked all around and then mate a rush into the nearest house The stranger waited arouud awhile and then started off with the remark Never you mind sir Ill hunt this whole city over but Ill find your Pa said a little boy a horse is office No man can get me all worked worth a great deal more isnt it after u on a mild spell of weather and then ts broke Yes my sou Why do snub me like a heathen Because I you ask such a question broke the new rocking horse you gave Collage Hospitals One of tne greatest boons to the rural me this morning population of Englcnd of late years has Fob a pretty woman to wear too msny been the establishment of cottage hospi- Â¬ jewels is as foolisb as to put three tals The firstinstitutionof thekind was of gilt frame to one foot of picture fett at Savernake in Wilta In 1867a poor farm laborer was injured by machinery Betrayal and Death nd had to bo carried miles to a doctor The New York Sun tells the following and then forwarded tn miles further to a hospital The case so impressed ead story Some months ago a young the Vicar of Savernake that the idea oc- Â¬ man named GeoTge Youngs went to curred to try and establish a cottage Bath Pa from S henecttdV He wai hospital He fonnd warm and generous a printer and was handsomeand intelli- Â¬ Alice Beers a beautiful girl coadjutors in Lord and Lady Ailesbury gent the chief landowners of the parish Lord daughter of a procci eut citizen of the Aicsbury gave a large sum and a site in place fell in love with Youngs Tin a lovely situation and in due time the pair desired to marry but the girls par- Â¬ th ng was done During tho past year ents refused to consent to the match 211 cases have been treated with every Youngs and Mia Beers r wy They comfort convenience and attention at returned next day and Ymng ex- Â¬ a cost per bed of 13 75 a week and tbe hibited a marriage cptificiie bertng mortality amonj them has only a dec-Â¬ the signature of a cerg man 01 Bing ham ton N V The trins parent re Â¬ imal fraction moro than 3 per cent agains 9 per cent at Guys 10 per cent ceived her and her hu tbtnd to prevea ago it was at St Bartholomews and 16per centat Bcat dal A week or St Thomas the great Londo hospitals rumored in Bath that Youngs had a In case of amputation the advantage is wife and child in SchenecUy Hi enormously in favor of the cottage Hos Â¬ Bath wife was given good evidence pitals in consequence of tho purity of of tho fact hut she refused to brieve ir A gentleman of Bath went toBaghiin their air ton to investigate the inarriaue there On Bathing Once a week is often enough for a do He found that the clerjyniAis j nttur cent white man to wash himself all to the marriage certitirfe was forged over and whether in summer or winter and that tho ceremony Y ujgs had per Â¬ formed wi3 a mock ceremony ata tiw that ought to be done with soap warm reputable house a boon companion oi water and a hogs hair brush in a room his having personated the clergjman showing at least seventy degrees Fahrenheit Baths should be taken early When the news was carried tothe vonnjr in the morning for it is then that the wife she fell to th il or dead Young Bystem possesses tho power of re action fled and no trace of him has yet been in the highest degree Any kind of found He has a wife and two children bath is dangerous soon after a meal or in Schenectady soon after fatiguing exercise No man Teon Walker Co or woman should ake a bath at the The devil and Tom Walker unless by the advice close of the day Is an n 0ie of the family physician The beat mode exprpjion frequently heard of keeping the surface of the body clean months of people- yet few there be we besides the once a week washing already apprehend whe ever considered the mentioned is as follows As soon Jin meaning of the phnse or aska t em you get outof bed in the morning rash selves who thed d Tom Wk was your face hands neck and breai into A writer in the New York Tiizes say the same basin of water put Uoth feet he was a Boston man a grasp jg Usurer loan at once for about a njmute rubbing who lived 150 years ago them briskly all the time then with office and ia said to have even tnried to tbe towel which has been dampened by cheat Satrn himself Thestotyis that wiping tho face leet etc wipe tho one day the devil kn eked at Vralkera whole body well fast and hard with office door wl ile he was screwing tho mouth shut and chest projecting Let last hundred dollars out of apoor the whole thing be done in leas than wretch who had fallen inohis clutches five minutes At night when you go The usurer opened the door and imme Â¬ The story wa to bed and whenever you find yourself diately disappeared wakeful and restless spend two to five curreut that themyst- rions visitor waa minutes in rubbing your wholo body a black man who had common a black with your hand so far as you can reach horse and that he had si zed theBo in every direction This has a tendency tonian and flown array with him A to preserve the softness and mobility of number of people si once searched skin which is essential to health and Walkers office but ht money cfasat which too frequent washing will always were empty and the same nigii hi3 house caught fira and was bniueto destroy the ground Tora Walkers fate was A kemakkakle freak of tho weather long cited as terrible waising to wa3 noticed at Deadwood Dakota Ter- Â¬ usurers and bis connection sdth tbe mercury rose from S evil one was eBbalmjd as an xglairre ritory when the bebw zero to 40 above in half an i n popular sp m ch hour It is said in Arizona tla a aiiner ApeiJs A Patti writes in tho Paris douhting the caprjbilities a certain iturcie Her article describes her sen Â¬ asaayer got an old potato fined ik thorÂ¬ sations on appearing before the public oughly pounded it up nean thcj Artful diva to tell the Parisiaus how submitted the roveder for assay and much she is affected and frightened on the result of thrjpsay reave a yield of appearing before them 10 to the ton Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ didnt to Â¬ 1 - kr kpta - f f -- JS -- J HAMitriHHPHV T 1 1ibvi1IjlII H IIII1T ritt MOT CO pagBMppy 03 w o ts O 0 o CO -- 55 M 33 4 o Lj 3 B m J5S S o B C3 S O W C W CO CO o F l O 5 0 H rl H W EH 5 E- - O o VI o 4 ca GO hi PI CJ o o H g H K O 55 3 o w O ro Pi c3 E fl r t V2 SS MranrV D o o u O P F3 o L Q o Pi 5 PS o H E PI o o H xa ta go a 2 01 Q S S3 n a n o v3 g Q h -- n 3 CO 3 3 CO O 4 r Oh c3 Pm 3 PI o o j S3 H CO o n s ft 3SSP THE HICKMAN COURIER S The o PElESBErVTlAL MATTERS 55 sC w O A s CtJ -- 43 Q 0 C3 ft O 3 o o 6wwfl a o C3 rj O gMfatficmat m 3 KENTUCKY WASHINGTON LETTER I Hickman CocniER is for the Hie Courteous Contempt of Senators From tho Frankfert Ycoraan rumisnxp rvcur fridat bt Trouble of the Ways and Means Presidential ticket which can best When at the beginning of the pres- Â¬ Committee The Diplomatic Bill ent seseiou of the Legislature a bill unite the Democratic party and for - KENTUCKY The Way We Are Represented was Introduced to charter a railway JIICX3JJX regular nominees whether they can Abroad through he entire length of the State unito the party or not Office Jlcinie Buildicp Clinton Btrcet from cast to west tho scheme proposed Our expectations as to who wil be From our Regular Correspondent seemed to be of too great a magnitude 7Se Oliti Netcspapcrin Wttttra Kentucky Washington-- April ad 1880 the nominees of the two great political for accomplishment and coming as it The outlook for a long session is im did silently and unheralded unlike parties the Democratic and Republi 5corg proving The House and Senate ap previous schemes of the kind little at can is changing somewhat Two weeks ago we thought General pear to be pitched into illimitable de- tention was paid to it Gradually the 2 iPrlcc oi Subscription aims have been developed until now Grant had a dead certain call on the bate both cuds of tho Capitol are at no have a knowledgo of tho plans of APRIL 9 1880 Republican nomination if he wanted it war with one another and each end is the company aad wc confess that not FRIDAY and we hadnt a particle of doubt but at war with iteelf MemberSand Sena withstanding the magnitude of the un free Passes au1 Strliroad Cur that he wanted it if he could get it tors seem to be imbued with the spirit dertaking it is based on just such well sound principles and comes poraSions As tojboltsifcvtiro still of tho same of strife Senator Edmunds is more recommended by the character io oisrirel Wo Eccit stated that every member v opinion but whether ho can get it is than usually caustic Senalor Blaine men who have it in charge that we with of the Kentucky Legislature growiug slightly doubtiul though yet more pugnacious than ever Senator have confidence in the success of the perhaps some half dozen exceptions we had rather take his chances than Carpenter as able and as ready to enterprise which when completed will tre provided with frco passes over the any one named on tho Republican side strike whereever he sees a head of inaugurate a now era in Kentucky and The gentlemen composing Yirgiyia railroads to and from their homes Blaine is sweeping to the front with friend or foe One of the most enter the board of directors East arc men of Thejc same members charga the He is evidently taining episodes of session was a de- wealth and high character for business amazing electricity State mileage for going to and from tho popular favorite of the masses of bate in the Senate on an utterly insig integrity Ex Gov McCroary has been their homes precisely as if they paid the Republican party but most of the nificant question in which twoot these been chosen as one of the representa- Â¬ their railroad fate out of their own more conspicuous party leaders are gentlemen expressed their contempt tives of Kentucky in the board which is an assurance that the interests of our pockets against him His friends claim that for Mr Blaine and in which Mr people will be watched with ecrupu Not only members of the present he will go into the National Conven- Â¬ Blaine expressed his contempt for lou care Hitherto the Appalachian but members of former Legislatures tion this year much stronger than in both of them all the stronger and mountains on tbo east of Kentucky for years have beco doing this self have acted as a great breakwater 1876 when he missed tho nomination more stinging because couched in language courteous and parliamentary aromd whiohthe mighty tides of com fame thing It has grown to be sueh by only a fewjvotes He beats Grant Tho conclusion to which one coats mrce have swept passing to tho a custom that tho mast correct mem in Kansas and Indians and divided after hearing our legislative sons of north tfd south of Kentucky All bers cccopt such favors the Grant votes in other Western and thunder for eight or ten years is that of the trunk lines of railway connect Years ago Kentucky editors were taking them on an average ono son ipg the sea board with the great West Eastern Districts go North of tho Ohio river and great in the habit of using free railroad The anti Third Term Republicans of thunder is about ns able as another cities and populous States have been Ono may excel another in his peculiar pasees but happily for some years are bitting the Grant boom some heavy tactics or strategy but when the result built up by these lines of commerce past a sentiment has prevailed among licks and Blaine and Sherman are is summed up at the close of the war it The products of Kentucky are carried the more independent onee to decline will be found as far as members and to the seaboard through Iudiana Ohio each gaining votes by it snehfavors and now perhaps only a senators are individually concerned Pennsylvania New York and Mary Shermans friends are also gotting a few of the more impecunious editors that the victories have been dearly land paying tribute to the wealth and confident that their favorite will be the bought and that defeats arc trit industries of those States use free passes He will go into the conven- ling nominee In the eastern part of this State and Public men may deceive their con- Â¬ tion with nearly all the South Ohio The Ways and Means Committee are the western part of Virginia is proba science if they will but free passes bly the largest area without railway in It VPW nivtrnrnrr citfiitinn oliiK and other Western votes -- it is a moan favors to be returned has brought upon itself by usurping transportation east of tho Mississippi One thing is hihtorical about the fpecies of bribory or else why do Republicans and that is that they the functions of the House in tttempt river- - The Geological Survey oi the ing tho final disposition of bills Tho State has ealled attention to the great theso free passes cease the very day never yet nominated a man for Presi resolution to place papor and articles mineral and timber wealth of this sec- Â¬ one ceases to be in position to bestow dent who had a national reputation as used in its manufacture upon the free tion and capitalists have for several favors upon such corporations is almost universally pronouneed jears past been studying the resources a champion of their party they al list It by no means follows that every ways nominate less conspicuous lights a delusion and a snare It is said that of that region Finding that tho moat the protectionists do not intend to per- direct route connecting the great West one who accepts a pass is ncccssaiily Grants politics was not known when mit any such measure to get before the with the finest harbor on the seaboard corrupt but as a peoples reprcsenta they nominated him Lincoln was a House that they could not longer de- lap through this region it was impor- Â¬ tives tbey placo their independence in mere State politician and lawyer when fy public opinion by openly opposine tant to know whether the resources of an equivocal position and their charg nominated over Seward c and Hayes the placing ofyhese articles on the free that now thinly populated section would ing for their traveling expenses to and was scarcely a probability when nomi- Ii3t and therefore they engaged in a justify tho building of a road through from home when as a matter of fact nated over Blaine and Conkling scheme to defeat it by duplicity that it The results of these investigation their purpose is to load the resolution havo been so satisfactory that a com they had no such expenses is mani- Â¬ Grant Blaine and Sherman arc each down with iron rails salt sugar and pnny of Eastern capitalists have organ festly uot liberal to the people who thoroughly identified with the sins etc numerous other articles so as to keep ized under charters from thiJRjn nf Virginia and Kentuck elected them and the party rule of it in committee Even if this charge of the party Noinlniliccat reader of hiotory nnods- - uominating TeTseT yghfs makes against bo true it i9 doubtful if tho scheme from the splendid haroo can be succes6fuly carried out It to be reminded that tho ancient repub Â¬ each So it is very probable that some cannot if the anti protectionists stick through Itialimond JjyncUuaTSYSii lics and commonwealths were destroy Â¬ new man may be the Republican nom Â¬ together Tho object of tho latter is castle the counties of Craig Giles ed by insidious power that had been inee to get the question before the house Bland Tazewell Russell and Wise in Virginia crossing tho mountains at or permitted to grow up within the State On the Democratic side the status is where they believe it can bo passed near Pound Gap and thence through Therefore they will vote to report the until it finally became more powerful about the same Tildcn leads with measure no matter bow it may be Eastern Kentucky 00 the most direct than Iho State itcelf Sometimes that the friends of all tho others nearly patched or loaded in committee leav routo to Louisville Kentucky from power was in form political sometimes solid against him and many of them ing the duty of separating the good Louisville down the Ohio River to the military and when diracted by cmbi uncompromisingly so Many leading from the bad to the House Having mouth of Salt river across Meade tious or selfish men the end was invas Southern Democrats say that Tildens once voted to place certain articles on county to Cloverport past Owensboro Paducah to Cairo and to the Missis- Â¬ xiably the same the demoralization of nomination will break a solid South the free list the protectionists on the sippi river in Fulton couuty A loop committee cannot for tho sako of con tho people and the ultimato destruc- Â¬ Others say that it is impossiblo for sistency vote against it in the com Â¬ Hue is contemplated from a point in Eastern Kentucky on the main line to tion of Jhe government itself him to carry either Indiana or New mittee or in the House Unfortunatefatal mistake to sup York We notice that a meeting of ly for the committee even if it means Maysville on the Ooio river and along It would be a the Ohio Valley through Covington posa that the question of the growing the two elements of the Democracy of well in a measure the publio will not opposite Cincinnati to Louisville A givo it credit for its sincerity power of railroad corporations in this New York is to be held to harmonize The Diplomatic appropriation bill will glance at some of the resources of this country which is occupying so large n tho party in that State If it succeeds probably be passed in the Senate with- Â¬ great line will prove that it has greater share of public attention involves no the Democraoy can elect the next out amendment and go to the Presi- Â¬ elements of future prosperity than any trunk line in this country higher considerations than these per- Â¬ President The great leaders of the dent in much the same shape as last It will be the shortest line from year Meanwhile we seem to survive taining to unjust freight disctimina party throughout all the States are without representation at the most im Louisville St Louis and the West to tiosi and other grievances at the hasds now beginning to address themselves portant courts of Europe Tue Minis- the seaboard and terminates at the of tho business and commercial classes toward harmonizing and uniting the ter to Russia is in Washington The best harbor on the Atlantic coast The3C grievances indeed are of the party and wo therefore draw great Minister to England is in Spain The agricultural resources of the Minister Noyes has recently returned recst intolerable Liod they have been hope for tho future The fertile to his post in Paris after a tour of be- Â¬ line are unbounded too long submitted to and it will vo tween threo and four months in Asia valleys of Virginia the cheap lands 05TH BGESLATUBC the fault of the people themselves if end Africa Next Minister Maynard of Eastern Kentucky the BlueGrass they arc not iu due time removed by - The Legislators ia yet mainly en shortly after getting back to Coostan region and the rich soils of Western appropriate legislation but above and gaged in passing privS18 Acs aI1 ot tinople from a long leave of abftooee Kentucky will all pour their products over this line The tide of immigra- Â¬ beyond theee it ought not to be over- which could be incorporated Jut as homo left again on an extended tour tion setting to this country will con- Â¬ and i3 at present junketing in Egypt looked that there are siuister influen Â¬ well at home in the courts only coo w it is announced that Minister tinue and then ohe cheap lands of nu ces at work springing from the vast ing the individuals interested from 5 Kassjn is oomiog homo from Vienna Kentucky and Virginia will be speedi Â¬ Wo understand that the ly occupied S next elections in Io power exercised by theso great corpo to S15 for clerks fees c to look aft of tbinS that Geological Survoy are preparing a rerations which unless subjected to juThe Branch Penitentiary bill passed wa This is llib sou port on the roiources of Kentucky for IBC ou dicious correctives must in time change the House but hangs fire in the Senate makes a good many pcup tho directors of this road and that - we whole diplomatic system migh tbey will publish and distribute one the whole texture of our freo institu The Scnato has passed a penitentiary be dispensed with and its so called J1 tions The corruptive power of money bill to hire out all the convicts ovet ties turned over to our consuls As a burred thousand copies in this coun Â¬ uroPe for tho purpose of uZi i odc of thoe influences and the fatal 500 but this bill has not passed the rule these officers are useful and earn along the Iiao of inducing Â¬ facility with which that power has House Tho two bills do not necessa their salary which is more than can Indeed there roau4 been and can again be employed to rily conflict and it is probable they be said of most of bur foreign minis- Â¬ their bepropoMQ can no exaggercg the future ters or perhaps of any of them DC make representative political bodies will both pass before adjournment possibilities developed 7 u f and even State legislatures bend to To the large region to the oast The redisricting bill has not yet A Solid Position Some our best friends have said that so long cut off from commercial comthat power is another been acted upon The time has cotce when our people School bill is not yet a the Advocate ought not to maaifest munication with the world a bright The Normal Busy life any opposition to Mr Tilden since it future must shortly come have got to look thces great railroad law was so clearly demonstrated that he and clierful industry will break the Suppose when powers in the face The Scnato has not yet acted upen was the decided choice of the people solitude of tbo forests There will our Kentucky legislators como home the House resolution to adjourn on the of Boyle County and of the Stato of then bo no room for laggards and We hope that We have at nb time been croakers in Kentucky giving an account of their stewardship 14th but the impression is will insert Kentuuky hostile to Mr Tildcn but we have a our sons who have been tsmptod away some sturdy farmer rises in the audi- the 20th instead which will be agreed much greater interest in the success to the West and who longingly look ence and asks him to explain why he to At any rate the Legislature will of the Democratic party and the tri to time when they may return may accepted a free railroad tickot and adjourn by the 1st of May umpb of its principles than we have in combat the droughts the grasshoppers drew money from the Stato for the We and the agues and save enough to the election to office of any man Gen Gii ant will visit Memphis on have a mo tt decided conviction that bo transport them back to tho laud of same trips Not that it involves so the 15th inst and will go from there is not the best leader for the important their love but that the member much money to Hot Springs Arkansas campaign upon which wo are about to cant serve faithfully two masters If New Voikaud Budlnnn enter and if wc manifest roluetance to We are bound to carry Now York he would serve the people drawing pay An Act has passed the Legislature follow him it grows out of the fact from them agaiust the encroachments giving the town of Fulton the poll tax that wc doubt his ability to lead an aad Indiana to succeed and it is to say Every day but the least very qnestionable whether why he ought uot to of its citizene for the purpose of keep Â¬ unbroken column of the railroad serves to strengthen us in this convic- Â¬ Tilden can carry the former and very accept pay ia any shape from the rails ing up its bridges tion Tho disaffection which has re- Â¬ certain that ho cannot carry the latter roadr- and if he would serve the rail sulted in the division in New York is Henderson Reporter General Grant and party had a not likely to be healed in the event of road he should scorn to accept pay reception in New Orleans Thursday his nominatiou and added to this is from the State It is said to be settled in Washing night lie sill visit Mobile and Lit tho decided feeling of opposition that ton that if Grant 13 nominated a sec lie Rock and spend a week at Hot ib springing up in a number of South FORUSGS SOSES rrn States a feeling that is represen Â¬ ond nomination will be made by anti Springs ted to be so intense in some States as third terra Republicans The Liberals were victorious iu the Hereafter all the hangings in to seriously threaten a break in tho icccnuEtjgHli alections which will An OntrageutiN 11 o Dauvillo Advocate jcvolutiooizc Englands foreign policy Kentucky will be considered in private Solid South The worst libel on the American only tho officers necessary to the exeIlia HoaapHrtistd ia France have peoplo ever uttered is that of the ReCienrney ImScU A good law with tjie Republicantit the cution to be present taken fides San Fiiancisco April - Wen publican faction which asserts that U Government decree againbt unauthor Wc place one hopor mark to the Kearneys case was called to day iu S Grant it the only man fit for tho tho Supreme Court the prisoners Presidential office No foreign book Â¬ credit of the present Legislature ized religious societies counsel moved for a continuance for maker has ever perpetrated so outra In Germany Bisaiarck has tendered If wc were so miser Â¬ TlIE city and township elections last two weeks on account of tho illness of gcous a slander bin rttiiiution but the Emperor re Tuesday in Ohio Michigan Wiscon his elieut Jude Freelon after hear ably poor in men as theso toadying ietcs tc acecpt No one thinks he will sin and Indiana do not indicate any iug tho argument postponed the case sycophants claim it would bo time to till Monday April 8 Reports say pull down tho Capitol and the flag aid letiic significant political changes The three that the agitator is completely piosi ask somo respectable European power From A sharp advsucc iu wheat is fore first rcinaiu Republican while Indiana trated by tho result of tho election to book us on as a dependency tho Washington Post From the Washington Post is ct Democratic New York speculators frhadoncd by J Oar New Grand TruiiU Knll rond Warren Editor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What HcTiTcd Him GO TO TUB They want you to como around the corner to No 11 to shave a man that has gone dflad whimpered a little bov or an ho opened the door of the barbers shop and shdwod the half of a very smutty face with one sinful eye in it The barber lathered the deceased and then fell to shaving and dreaming dreaming that be had been awarded the professorship in the tonsorial chair in Borne celebrated college and forgetting that the man was dead and not in a mood just then to talk remarked Re markabl winter weather this Does the razor hurt yon sir and continued shaving when suddenly the dead man raised himself up in bed and exclaimed Ha ha ha that voice the only thfng that could arouse me from this stupor that resembles death because it was that Totee threw me fato the trance ha ha hat Oh Law I have waited to hear that voice arain For three days I have been on this bed I could hear people come and go and the days go down uader the hills and the nights come hurrying up with their troops of starB and every instant I listened for Liuuuuuii lUuumuniMiitJ the only voice that could save me from TO BOl YOUR me irance ot mis tranco monster jeour days ago it teems ages I was shaved in your shop I ventured to remark Medicines that it was a fine morning at which Drugs yau commenced 0 talk and continued talking I staggered home in a daze FANCY TOILET ARTICLES and fell asleep Now barber go on PINE P3BFUMES shaving but dont speak nnlese you SOAPS want to throw me back into tho old PAINTS trance and loss me forever Taa bar Â¬ OILS ber tied a towel around his mouth DYE STUFFS shaved his ca tomex arM tiptoed back to his shop contrite in spirit and a reformed man TOBACCO CIGARS DRUG STORE NewNewNew Staple and Fancv choice Groceries Provisions Canned and Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale noT7 iil k IJOWGlLIi B CASE F Retail Dcnlcr In DR A A FAHI8 PHASICAN ANO SURGEON HICKMAN his Professional Services to the citizeas of Hickman and vicinity Keeps in stock at all times fresh nod Dr J N Outten M J W SOGERS ani Conreetioncries Will be pleased to sec his old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see Quick Sales and Small Profits ns Wont be undersold jan4tf Office over Holcombcs drng stere Ebs idence Moulton St near Court House W T Fhmmer HIS Df 1 GROCERIES W EEPS all kinds of staple and fancy vicinity Office PROFESSIONAL OFFER8to the citizens t HickmanSER and Corner room in Laclede ITouia mchl4 Dr Patent Family Groceries O DIESTELBRINK goods DENTIST A M PARKER space to name trouble to show Come and see at and Moscow Avenue jan25 all articles but no tbo corner of Troy East Hickman Ky ly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H1 the best Coffeo Sugir Jlblns The Dog Ster Knives 5lasors KEEPSFlour Lord Bacon c to be The Baltimore Acici tolls an interest Â¬ found in Hickman Having no partner ing Btory about JacV th dog star He to divide profits with will sell goods the was billed to make his first appearance SEWING MACHINES cheaper Speciality in Coffees Green on any stage some years ago in Buffalo Uronnd and Koasted Orae and see for New York He was trained to come on Prescriptions Accnratelv Connaorinded yourself in a certain act and frustrate a crime by Miia a4mm Jjr W1MUJ fAV4UV V4f 11 ftlUlia bttCU dragging a mounted villain by the in exchange for goods or Cash maris at the Drug Store of throat from his Baddle At rehearsal Jack acted like a star never missing to floor his man wheso neck was f course o0t and jih0cmnfcer securely padded to prevent injury from ca the brutes toeth but when tho nightof TJKITZ SCIIKOKDKR 3 the performance came tho music and o frightened tho deg aetot and audience FASHIONABLE g 00 coming to the front he simply looked at M xa 00 his victim and ran off wagging his tail SHOS MAKER BOOT AND 3 Jack was afterward chained in the wings in order to tnafe him accustomed to the SHOP North West corner of Moscow noise aid crowd As the night pro Â¬ o ca ind Troy Avcuues East Hickmaa Ky gressed the dog appeared to have lost all S Satisfaction guaranteed memory of bis oue the villain appeared may9 ly without padding on his neck aUd the blast nightsof the drama were announced Jack changed the whole order of things SOS however Shoe Ma iter The evening before the fare- Â¬ well performance the villain emerged as HICKMAN KENTUCKY usual oa horseback from the wings Ladies and Gents boot3 and shoes made when suddenly Jack broke his chain ca M to order and in the latest fashion In- Â¬ a and dashing at his man horrified the visible patches pet on wheih last longer audience by fastening his fangs in than when sewed All I ask is a trial 2QS the poor fellows neck and dragging him Shop next door to pty Barber Shop 52 energetically to the statre The curtain feb7 79 o niBg down several actor ran to the K OD Family Grocery and Provision Store R M METHENY in new addition to Laclede Hotel in the most artistic manner Special attention given to the regalatitn of children teetb Office ALL operotioos performed H A HICKMAN R T Tyler KENTUCKY ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS to their care Pocket Attorneys at Law WILL Office I BiCrvir Millet Block BUCK a o CQWILIi S3 02 C L RANDLE Ar LAW ATTORNEY c Collector Real Estate Agent HICKMAN KY Will attend promptly to all busi S ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kontueky and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention given to the investiga tioa of Land titles ani the purchase ana sale of Real Estate rjaa8tf QJ gQ Q Soot and H F Fethe Forty year trial bi provad DRAUGHT BLACK- - the bet Uvor medicine ia the world For sale by Bcck i CowcitL - 3H F Citizen Tax Payers nor I LtiTvi ere strugRle thouf h uncomfortable as it was to the actor proved vastly profitable to the manager Jack never again forgot his part and the drama was played to crowded houses for several consecutive months igsyAl lue incident OT in ca u B 1 8 f 13 cu Â¬ A Ileal Theatrical Ghost My last night in the little theater was the pleasantest of all 6ays tire San Francisco CliTonicler Hawaiian letter The play was over during its acting gscat ruby eyed motns with scarlet spots like drops of blood on their wings new in at the windows and drove into the foot lights and then the xajn came and beat upon that house audit leaked it was all very tropicak The manager and I were left entirely alone taking our theatrical supper in the green room when he told me in a stage whisper that P tj H o ttf CS2 Pa P c E3 3 Q O constantly on hand for hire O KEEPS sale HORSES BUGGIES Q Thankful for patronageand HACKS heretofore leniraivery B lmKENTUCKYPlummer STREET quency do not wiah ta be considered harsh do 1 wish to speculate on your dcM iJUl m Sfc i aia cuusir ex- Â¬ ft tended him he solicits a eontinuance of same mt unless the same ia paid promptly I shall levy upon and sell your property Renember that the law allows fifty cents for every levy and six per cent additional all of which must be paid by the party owing Shall I make these costs or the taxes will you pay up and save it yourselves 1 mean business That is the question Respectfully B R WALKER Sheriff janl HIOKMAN WHAKFBOAT o John J Young Co Proprs Â¬ t Â¬ he slept in the theater and that night af ur night when the place is as black as a cavern he hears a light step a creaking floor a mysterious movement of the furniture how twice a dark figure stood by his bedside with fixed eyes like the ghot of Banquo there was moonlight enough to reveal the outline of this figure and to shine through itas through crape and often there are voices audible and the disembodied play again their parts to an audience come from their grave and their is the soft patter of applause above all the ranting like We listened and heard it and that though a gentle rain was falling I rushed out of the plaoe bSrling like a porcu pine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lager PIOSFEET eeer OYSTERS Saloon BOLOGNE SAU The AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER Consignments Solicited Special and prompt attention giTen to the shipment of all kinds of Con m re produce Live Stock etc may9 70 O t NE OF THE SAFEST MILLERS old stand Clinton street Cheese Crackers etc specialties best of Cigars and Tobacco Fruits Candy Nuts Report of latest Fall and Winter Fashions and a large lot of samples of French English and German goods Ganllemen are invited to call and ex- - Grifiin MIeroliarLt Tailor fTAS JUST RECEIVED BUTTEBICKS G- - Joiin lilllll 0 THIS watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section may9 79 W REFITTED REFURNISHED HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED Convenient to rirer and railroad and attentiv thoroughly renovated 11 J TUSKER Propr mri apt2G 111 1 liiiOMill I Â¬ Â¬ A EBXSES TiKEK said the old lady Waal therts me an Jeremiah an Sarah Ann an thats all oept Jim an hes a fool aaaint get no senses to take HICKMAN MAHBLE WORKS 33 HICKMAN DKJUEE KY IS C 3BtZB3HULSjtf TOMB AND GRAVE STONES 9 a- 10ation at Rome in repair During the past year it co3t the Ca nadian Government over 1000000 to PeUfHH It costs t SO000 a year to keep St Italian and American Mahble MONUMENTS provide for the wants of its Indian population An American Emperor Tho late Emperor Norton of San Jrnnnisrai w a h irmlrtss old fpllnw nnd larrSriAH iTint Iio rnlpi Arpr fli TTnitd five Mexico itars n neb 3 nd Ho stood abouthun Â¬ weighed two feet nln HW vroje a mustache and dred pounds UM consisted a heavy imperial Jf ctjgt blue Generalra of a lIajor trowrers wl h a light blue f t sown the tho fciae He wore a sword D to within six months of his death but as matter of precaution the authorities or- Â¬ dered ittaken from him which indignity His Highness forcibly related but ulti Â¬ mately became reconciled to He par Â¬ aded around however with the oranjre His colorod sash and narrow belt epaulettes were massive aiid were adorned with the leaf of the Lieutenant Oolooel the eagle of the Colonel and the star of the General thus emphasizing his royal pretentions His slouch hat had a small gilt crown on its front and an oatrich feather another mark of royalty drooping over its side- NorÂ¬ ton was about fifty years of ace when he died Twenty five years ago ho was a AVING received a fine lot of Amer ican and Italian Marble I am pre pared to fill all orders Call and examine eur work 8Ordcrs from the country promptly filled may2G -- Â¬ I rpHE TEE NICEST ISfOOK u5 Â¬ OYSTERS SARDTNES c CIDER Also the best brands Cigars and To btvyco to he found in Hickman at BENNYMcINTOSHS t ooor t0 s- - N- - Whites Clinton St CONFECTIONERIES CANDIES FRUITS CANNED FRUITS NUTS RAISENS DRUGS AND Paints Oils MEDICINES Dye StufTs and HICKiOOSr KBNTUCKT - Â¬ Â¬ 1- -- Â¬ UP AS STRAYS by J R Wea Â¬ 5 miles East of Hickman near Mud Creek in Fulton county Ky on tho 12th day of February 1880 One White and Black Spotted COW and CALF Cow aged about 11 years both marked with crop and undcrbit in right and split DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF in left ear but having no other marks or brands perceivable and which Is apprais Â¬ ed at the valuo of eight dollars Witness my hand this -- 1st day or Feb Â¬ 1 merchant ot iair standing in ban iran ruary I860 J W MAYES J P F C mch5 lw cisco but business reverses overthrew AKD SPECIAX AUEXTS FOH his reason He had the froedom of tho E Olt SALE LAXD city of San Francisco and pased deadALSO AGENTS FOR W W John- WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES 118 acres head at all the places of amasement son land andknown as the now resides on which he on all railroad trains when he conde- Â¬ 200 acres near Reclfoot Lake GAAR SCOTT Si GOS THRESHERS scended to travel was well received at 0 acres on Mud Creek shops all the lunch counters and barber 80 acres near John Maddoxs Keeps on hand repairs for same C and was kept iu presentable shape by a 300 acres the Javan Maddox place few generous citizens who refitted him on which he formerly resided accordingly as his clothes and linen 75 acres near Poplar Grove COMPANY wore out When ho was deprived of his C H HUBBARD sword the old man was presented with a knotty club in which he took great TO TAX PAYERS MANUFACTURERS OF pride Small boys never molested him UNDER tho provisions of tho city charand he waked thestieets with perfect ter no citizens in arrears for city taxes I am ready andaux freedom never speaking to any ono un- Â¬ are allowed to vote less any oneaddrwed him He watched ious to receipt all who will come forward national affaire with diligence and pride and pay between this and the day of elec- Â¬ and issued his proclamations and mani- Â¬ tion Foibcaiance has ceased to be a No festoes as often as he deemed necessary virtue Settlement must bo made for the nations good His familiar further notice will be given JAMES A WARNER form and grotesque dress will be missed City Tax Collector from the street4 of San Frantieco TAKEN living ONDURANT REWRY Agricultural Implements Â¬ El mm i Â¬ C3r 3 STEEL PLOWS AEIOULTURAL IMPLEMENT JSJV StJ 3EE3flVJ3fMBlfiittfelar c - fZ MtttaidfedgttUSatUSa t bi ff if ii mi i i ytq3yaw8BjgssBqpgg THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY APRIL 9 1S80 Nuisance WARBANTa SQuite a An Explanation To the Editors Paducab News Local Items ESliort communications en public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres- Â¬ pondents except where we refuse to give name of author Bishop Dudley will preaoh at the Dpiscopal church Sunday week ISth inst A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Cane and Brussels Carpet Folding Rocking Chairs KISTNER GARDNERS c at Rev W T Bolliop will visit Hick wan Sundaj weekr and preach at the Methodist church T CenlR An amply supply of COTTON SEED at 7 cents at BRO POWELL Elder Jo U Roulliae will preach at the Christian church next Lords day at a 8 oclock m r jj and Sunday Services at 10J oclock School at 4 oclock r m VERAIIFUQE The best in the market at op9 2t FORTUNE S DRUG STORE Full mony a flower is born to blub unseen and waste its fragrance on the desert air full many a man will solve the game fifteen but when he looks again it isnt there JUST RECEIVED a fine lot of latest style Furniture at KISTNER GARDNERS p9 lt Father Anestatiu of Hickman has teen lecturing in Paducah the past week Of him the Netcs says Father Anas tatius since he returned from Europe has gained qnite an enviable reputation as a pulpit erator and those who will go to liear him may expect an intelligent treat D Bush pastor of the Co Rev lumbus church and sotee years ago pastor of the Hickman Methodist church is at Union City having his eyes treated by Dr Edwards Mr Bush was helping in the plastering of the Columbus church and got lime in his eyes JTives of food men all remind us We may make our wives sublime Uy the purchase of spring bonnets If we purchase them in time Ge to day to Jones Hoglans There the BtyleB and fashions fine JJuy your wife a pretty bonnet Saving frowns and tears and dimes TVE have juit received a nice selection of Ladies Misses and Childrens fancy colored and silk embroidered Hose all first quality Call nd examine before J buying prT9 2ra J AMBEROS SONS The river is again rising at Hick Â¬ man er was yesterday but it is quite certain that the rise wille ef short du Tation It being principally caused by the Upper Mississippi and yesterdays dis patches from St Louis report a fall There it yet a slight rise coming out of the Ohis And Cumberland but not enough to affect the Mississippi much ST JACOBS OIL A sure sure for Rheumatism antl all aches and pains at ap9 2t FORTUNES DRUG STORE JUrBurns B Walker one of the Â¬ number of warrants issued this week from the city court charging certain owners and occupants with tha offense of permit- Â¬ ting a nuisance to exist on their premises and in every case brought to trial the evidence clearly indicated a violation of Ian and fines were promptly assessed There was a remarkable want of knowl- Â¬ edge on the part of most of tho arrested parties as to the requirements of the city sanitary ordinance and on this account the fines were made tho smallest amount permitted by the law with the assurance that for any future offense the highest penalty would be inflicted In the en- Â¬ forcement of these laws it may appear bard to impose fines upon parties who are utterly ignorant of such requirements but the hoalth and well being of the whole community demands their punishment because it is only in this wiy that such parties will ever learn the cxistaace of and value of such health laws and besides the law permits no acquittal because of ignorance of the law The good people of this community are determined on the enforcexent of the sanit ry laws and will assist aud uphold the officers in their rigid and conscien- Â¬ tious enforcement and henco one and all may see and know that there is to be no excuses or exemptions becauso of favor Â¬ itism or anj other cause We have had a most terrible experience in dallying with the causes which are said to produce sick Â¬ ness and epidemics and arc determiued to use every means in our power to pre Â¬ vent a recurrence of the horrors of 1878 Last year every man woman and child in the town and in the country far and near rejoiced in the blessings which thorough sanitation at Hickman apparent Â¬ ly accomplished We were proud of our- Â¬ selves and the whole country compliment- Â¬ ed us Net a nuisance warrant issued last year because the danger was vivid in the minds of all and each went to work at the mere suggestion of what to do This year the large majority of our people have promptly and cheerfully com- Â¬ plied with the laws but a few have not The city government does not desire to oppress or make money off of any of its citixens Jbut aims at the general good of the whole Sometimes some requirements of these health ordinances may seem ar bitriry unnecessary or technical points as to validity be raised but in view of the great good sought to beaccomplished and no one being actually injured docs it not became one and all to waive such ob- Â¬ jections and enter a prompt concurrence and obedience Be this as it may these laws are going to be onforced rigidly and to the letter and if there are those de Â¬ ceiving themselves by the idea that they will not they will awake to find them selves terribly mistaken There is time now for someto save themselves fines and trouble if they will read and heed the law CITY ITEMS Atrial package of BLACK DRAUGHT An Ordinance Policeman Ky April 5 I see an extract from your paper in the Hickman Courier under date February 27tb relative to the arrest of Mr M P Maupin post master at this place which greatly misrepresents Mr Maupin and is calculated to do him injury Mr Maupin and his friends are will ing that all the facts and cirmoumstan cetj in the case may come before the public as he has had no felonious design in the transaction which wn believe will be the verdict of an enlightened and generous community when the facts in the cae are correctly stated The article stated that a woman is at tho bottom of Maupins trouble which is true but it fails to state the part she acted It is not true that young Mjupin was enamored with this woman or that ho was any more than barely acquainted with her but it is true that she was made a leading char- Â¬ acter in a connected plan to injure Mr Maupin The facts are as follows Mr Mau pin is a youug man barely 21 years of ago of a good family and sustains an unquestionable reputation among all He was postmaster at who know him this place and gave perfect satisfaction until sometime previous to his arrest when a party endeavored to have him office by circulating a i amoved from petition among the people who failing to obtain a single name to the petition influenced this woman who was of bad character at best to report Mau Â¬ pin to the Postoffice Department un- Â¬ der the charge of detaining and open Â¬ ing letters which had come to bis office for her a malicious falsehood charged against Maupin solely to in Â¬ jure him and which she afterwards Mr Maupin believing acknowledged that a party was secretly at work against him did open an official envoi ope which came to his office for this woman and while ho acknowledges his indiscretion io the act ho claims that be didit in self defense believing that tho letter would develop the secret movements of the combination against him All who know Mr Manpin believe this statement to be true Believing that you have the mag naoimity to publish this I am respectfully yours Â¬ Â¬ Alexander Fulton Jountv free of charge at Bros Cowqiix WE have the latest styles of Piualore Slippers Newport Tics and Saudab very cheap moh26 4t J AMBEROS SONS BLACK DRAUGHT Beau Be it enacted by the City Council of the CUy of Hickman Sec 1 That the mayor be directed to appoint a policeman as is authorized by sec 1 art 4 of the city charter and the compensation of said po Â¬ liceman is hereby fixed at 25 per cent upon all the finos imposedjand collected from personsnpprehended by him Sec 2 This ordinance to be in force from and after its passage SALEI I WILL SELL MY HOME 35 Cb JC Foltos Coustt Court or Cuius On motion Official Notice State or Kkjituckt Health Ordinance f gef i i reasonable terms lying one fourth of mile south west of the Court House in tho town nf Hickman embracing about FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES of land nearly all under fence with n LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING PUCE ON Be it enacted ly the Ctty Council of the City good Cistern and Stables young bearing Hickma1 Sec 1 That hereafter the wharf Orchard of selected frnit good Garden spot and good lots of never failing water We have a nice line of ladies clonks and ags tax upon all steamboats lnnding with for Stock For terms apply to the under- Â¬ shawls balmorals cotton and woolen in the corporate liraiti shall be 20 per signed or T M French C F C C hose nubias hoods nnd furs which we cent upon the amount of their freight B R WALKER ja30 80 bills where they do not excoed ten dollars will sell very low Call and examine two dollars and fifty cents where and 3 tf J AMBEROS SONS TO FOR INSpring Stock MAKE ROOMthe reminwe will sell ORDER OUR Â¬ cures costive- and Sick Headache For sale by Buck Cowoill An Ordinance Wharfage Adjourned Term March 0th 18S0 it is Resolved by the Court of Claims of Fultou county that no allow- Â¬ ances will be made in future for poor persons or paupers out of the county levy unless madp upon the written order of one of the Justices residing in the civil District in which tho party soliciting tho donation may be found Ordered that this resolution bo pub Â¬ lished in the Hickman Courier aud Fut tonian three weeks each A copy mV2 Be il ordained by the City Council of Ificl- man 1st That Joliu W Cole islioreby ap pointed hcilth officer in and for the city I Attest JNO A WILSON C F C C Commissioners Bfoiice Geo B Goo der of our Fall and Winter Stock of Dry nnd Clothing at greatly reduced Wo mean what we say that we prices will not he under sold Call and examino beore buying Goods itors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Geo B Prather docoased thit the un Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under on order in the above Gt J AMBEROS SONS styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from A CHOICE selection of Ladies Kid the date hereof until the 4tb Monday of Sec 3 This act to take effect and be in Gloves Berlin Gloves and Lace Gloves July 1880 to receive and hear proof of S3yCATlXj force from and after its passage Ruching Silk Ties and Handkerchief claims against slid decedent and that all if desired claims not presented to him and proven as Laces and Embroidery Fans and Parasols Also 08 acroi six miles north of Mem- Â¬ required by law within the timo specified and a complete stock of Fancy Notions Headquarters for all Kinds of School phis situated on the liducah Memphis above will be forever barred Boohs and School Supplies which we will sell very low Give us a railroad JNO A WILSON L B SUAPHERD fe20 6m Master Commr Fultcn Circuit Court trial and yu will be convinced mcli2oVU J AMBERGS SONS mirch 1 1880 ICKMAN Query Whv will people puffer with Notice AKERYI indigestion when BLACK DRAUGHT FULTON Clll GfflT COURT will cure them N P Harness admr plaintiff J J Equity against For sale by Buck Cowohl N P Harness heirs and credit J WITTE3f ors defendants DEALER IX Notice is hereby given to the creditors Hickman Ecntcuky of N P Harness deceased that tho undersigned Commissioner of the Fulton WE keep ou hand the finest selection of Circuit Court under an order in the above cause at the School aijd Miscellaneous CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO styled Clerks will attend HickmanCounty Ky office in Court from the date hereof until the fourth c cheaper than any house in tewn BRO H and hear July FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY Monday ofclaims 1880 to receive decedent apl9 tf against said proof of Meals and Lunch at all hours and that all claims not presented to bim Voie as You and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever remember that you can buy the BUT quality of Groceries at the low Â¬ JNO A WILSON barred Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court est priees at Stationery Wall Paper Pic Â¬ JOHN WITTINGS ap26 march 1 1880 their freight bills aggregate ten dollars or over AH whirfage collected less Having determined to cliinge my busicommission for collecting to he set apart ness I will sell the place on which I nov as a wharfage fund to ho expended only live 7 miles nearly south of Hickman in in constructing and keeping in repair a Obion county Tenu containing good substantial wharf J5B50BTSec 2 The owner or captain of any steamboat failing or refusing to pay said ISO of which is now in cultivation The tax shall be fined doublo the amount of place is susceptible of being made a No 1 tax due to be recovered by warrant in Stock farm Terms liberal Will divide the city cuurt of Hiokman into Â¬ Farms for Sale FULTON CIRCUIT COURT Prathers admr pltiff J Equity against B Prathers heirs and crcd- - J - TRACTS Commissioners W FRE CONFECTIONERY KATSEB WOOL Highest cash price PLAUT and paid for Wool by J Please WARNBRHBAGDAHS BLAOK DRAUGHT cures dyspep Â¬ Cowoili sia indigestion and heartburn For sale by Bcck ture Frames Pocket Cutlerg Toys RESTAURANT J MEALS AT ALL HOURS ONLY 25c Oysters and all Fancy always to be had kinds of Confectioneries d20T8 W W Commissionerr Notice FULTON CIRCUIT COURT against II H Hawkins admr H H THE WAH in the price of Gro- Â¬ know Mr Maupin and have spoken ceries only shows that you can buy to us of this unfortunato affair say that the very best quality at the very lowest Mr Maupin is a clever worthy youug prices at JOHN WITTINCS ap26 gentleman and entitled to the highest SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A confidence Personally we know noth Â¬ marvelous cure for aatarrh dipthari can- Â¬ ker mouth head ache With each bottle ing of the matter Bd Courier there is an ingenious nasal injector for treatment without Presidential dark horses are ranging the more successful CO cts For sale by over the prairies ot Illinois in droves extra charge Prieo BUCK COWG1LL W V Richmond P S Wc cheerfully bear witness that the citizens of this county who firm of J All Amberg8 Sons are requested to call and make settlement or their claims will be placed in the hands of anofllcer Notice parties indebted to the 4w jal6 Xiet Us Iffavc Peace Equity Hawkins hoirs and J creditors defendants Goods CO of Notice is hereby given to the creditors W GORMAN W II H Hawkins deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of the Fulton CLINTON STREEf HICKMAN KY DEALEB3 IS Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the STOVES County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 4th kinds of ESend for copies of ray New Reduced Headquarters for all workmen Job WorkÂ¬ Monday or July 1880 to receive and employ- hear proof of claims against said deoedent Good Price List of Picture Frames Chromos and Repairing Brackets Croquet Sets and Base Balls for ed and the best of malarial used jyll and that all claims not presented to bim 1878 and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever bar- Â¬ JNO A WILSON red OB Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court march 1 1880 TfTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER pltiff 1 and k TINWARE R B Brevard q p Commissioners Sale 5 J Fred Knoerr defendant tial citizen of Iowa City says I have bad By virtue of a judgment and order of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for seve- Â¬ sale of tho Fulton Circuit Court renewed ral years and have used every remedy at the February term thereof 1880 in the without relief until I tried Shiloha Vi above cause for the sum of five hundred talizer which entirely cured me Price S Set nnd fifty dollars with interest at the Sold by BUCK COWGILL 76 cents from the per rate w 23d of 8 per cent 1878 annum paid and until day of August oS A Motlitirs Grief 53 35 costs herein I shall proceed to The pride of a mother the life i offer for sale at the court house door in 3 of a home are her children iLLW B S i Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at grief when sicknoss enters iv iiV ViB52 TsJj ia public auction on Monday April 12 1880 Tfl rfJrWIt vrRJTsiuTnJeooIuiuous irftTtSft away Take warning then that you rTrfegfeSs dSagSfiSse at one oclock p in or threabout being mr died last week We bad no ac running a terrible risk if they have W county court day upon a credit of sis and Cough Croup or Whooping Cough which H BRO quaintance with the deceased but he is twelve months the following described B S lead to Consumption if you do not attend property to wit Lots Nos 83 and 84 in jirononnced by those who knew him as a to it at once SHILOHS CONSUMPIION block No 2 as designated upon the map Guns clever worthy and promising young man cure is guaranteed to cure them Price City Cemetery or plan of East Hickmnn Fulton county We sincerely sympathize 10 cts 60 cents ano 1 For lame back vili our con- Editor Jlielman Courier Kentucky For the purchase price the side er chest us Shilohs Porous Plaster PISTOLS temporary in this sad bereavement purchaser with approved surety or se- Â¬ We are called upon to vote on Satur- Â¬ 25 cts Sold by BUCK COWGILL curities must execute bonds bearing 8 NAILS LADIES call and see the latest style day 17th inst Â¬ whether we will take CASTINGS m isi per cent interest from the day of sale Chamber Setts of Furniture just received police jurisdiction over our cemetery so j HOW RESTORED until paid and having the force and HOW LOST c TOOLS ANNOUNCEMENTS KISTNER GARDNERS at as f protect the graves of our dead and OB effect of a judgment Bidders will be pre- Â¬ JUSr PUBLISHED a new road aud pared to comply promptly with these The Colurobus Times reports a prano construct a good gravel sido thereto from For Circuit Jndgrc edition of Dk Culterwells build a fence on each thereof JNO A WILSON terms Wo are authorized to announce Judge Cklebb ted Ess on the rad railroad meeting and great enthusiasm the Dresden road to the cemetery gate Master Commissioner W W ROBERTSON of Graves county as ical cure without medicine of Spermator Â¬ at that place over the passage by the We all know its importance At times a candidate for re election to the office of rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Legislature of a charter for n railroad the To ii is impassable for mud Again GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET Sale Circuit Judge in this Judicial District Seminal Losses Impotency Mental and the dust is unbearable When in solemn TO IRON WARE from Columbus to the Tennessee river procession we escort a loed one to its Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar- Â¬ Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky Commonweal tb Attorney riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy Judpe Bollock and others made speeches last resting place think too of the incon J B Douglass executor pltf V WORK done to order such as B Wo are authorized to announce Mr CS7 JOB and fits induced by self indulgence or Equity urging the raising of money to make a veuience of stopping to open a gate and against o A Neack as a candidate for re election Roofing Guttering Spsuting c sexual extravagance J survey of this new road which Ihcy want then drive through a field to get to your to the office of Commonwealths Attorney Stju of the Gold Stove Clinton Street obtained for new inventions or for im Â¬ E M Bradley defendant The celebrated author in this admir Â¬ Build a good gravel road aud cemetery feb7 79 provements in old ones Caveats Trade BY virtue of a judgment and order of sale able Essay clearly demonstrates from a Hickman Ky Columbus to build you have a pleasant walk or drive free Marks and all patent business promptly of thetFulton circuit court rendered at the thirty years successful prictice that the EtojuuwtmT from mud or dust that the poorest or February term thereof 1880 in the above alarming consequences of self abuse may attended to may enjoy alike The amount richest Inventions that have been rejected may cause for the sum of seven hundred and be radically cured without the dngrou9 necessary to accomplish this is small still in most cases bo patcutcd by us sixty one and 33 100 dollars 5761 S3 use of internal medicine or the applict IIiceuas coimihR urncn de- Â¬ The tax is for one year and only 200 for dealers is- Being opposite the U E Patent Office with interest at the rate of eight per cent tion of the kniie pointing out a mode of Feidat April 5 18SC every S1000 of property you have and and engaged in patent business exclusive- Â¬ per annum from the 14th day of Feb cure at once simple certain and effectual 100 poll tax Tojmost of you your tax ly we can secure patents in less time 1880 until paid and S 13 30 costs herein couxtb rnonucj by means of which every sufferer no mat- Â¬ will not exceed S3 CO and the increased than thoso who are remoto from Wash Â¬ I shall proceed to offer for sale at the ter what his condition may be may cure amount of labor required will more than PORK 4c ington and who must depend upon the court house door in Hickman Ky to the himself cbeapley privately and radically enable each of you to make it back But DRIED FRUIT Apples 5 to C cents mails in all transactions with the Patent highest bidder at Public Auction on This Lecture should be in the hands few of you will have to pay as much as Monday the 12th day of April 1880 at 1 of SS Peaches 7 to 8 cents Office Mr Henry Little who has for the 2500 and I alone as much as 50 00 every youth and every man in the land being county IFHEAT market active 90aS125 per bush When inventors send model or sketch oclock r Jt or thereabout Sent under seal in a plain envelope to past five years been book keeper and Yet 1 am willing to pay it and have we make search in the Patent Office and court day upon a credit of eix and twelve any address postpaid on receipt of six MEAL 40o from wagons 20c per lb general business manager for Mr D P agreed to give ten feet additional width BEES TFAX adviBO as to the patentability free of months the following described property cents or two postago stamps cemetery catc HIDES green Oc dry salted 12c dry confidential to wit The south half of the north west Address the Publishers Correspondence charge fabeffner of this city has recently accept Â¬ from the Dresden roada to although I have not drop of kindred prices low and no charge unless patent is quarter of sec 9 t 1 r 4 west lying in flint 18c THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO ed a similar position in the employ of the blood buried there We have a beautiful I Fulton county Ky less 20 acres in the FOOL 48a52o per lb tub washed un Â¬ obtained COFFINS MATRASSES d c 41 Ann St New York P O Box 4586 Ky Lumber and Manufac Â¬ cemetery and it should be the pride of Hickman We refer to non Postmaster General s e corner of said quarter fronting 40 washed 22 to30 cts KENTUCKY U M Koy Rev F D Powers to officials poles on tho east and running back west AN ACT to authorize the City of Hickmaa HICKMAN turing Company Mr Little is given up every good citizen whether he has kin- Â¬ FEATHERS 35a40c per lb prime dred there or not We soon may have TALLOIF 5o per lb in tho U S Patent Office and especially 80 poles The tract to be sold contain- Â¬ to control its Cemetery and construct te be one of the best book keepers and and may soon be carried ourselves along BUTTER fresh 25c per lb to our olionls in every State of the Union ing sixty acres mare or less or sufficient a gravel road thereto business men ever in our oity and by his that road to our final resting place Then POULTRY Spring thickens 5150 old and in Canada For special references thereof to produce the sum of money so Be it enacted by the General Assembly of promptness to business and genial char- let us vote the tax it will be- - ample to ordered to be made For the purchase the Commonwealth terms advice c address 200225 per dozen Sec 1 That and fence The hands who CO C A SNOW EGGS 10c per dozen price the purchaser with approved surety tho city council of Kentucky of Hickman acter has won for himself the admiration build the road the city work the road have assured me they BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels Opposito Patent Office Washington D C or securities must execute bonds bear shall have power of exercise the same au nnd respect of all who know him Mr would prepare the road bed ready for the v nov21 ing eight per cent interest from the day thority over the to iron bound 3100 Flour 45cts 150 cemetery grounds wher- Â¬ Sboffner cannot but feel the loss of this gravel Respectfully Apple aad Potato 35c Kraut and Piokle of sale until paid and having the force ever located within the limits of Fulton H A TYLER G--L- T who is so thoroughly acgentleman Stands 75o to 5150 Cypress Kegs iron and effect of a judgment Bidders will be county as they have within the corporate bound 10 gals 90c Oak 00c prepared to comply promptly with these limits and KY LOUISVILLE P S I understand that apprehensions quainted with his business affairs Wc miy pass any and all ordinan- Â¬ JNO A WILSON to the good people are felt that if the gravel load is built REFITTED AND terms S BEING ENTIRELY heartily comuend him ces and fix the penalties for their viola Â¬ GROCERIES mch2G 80 Master Commissioner the work will be given to a few favorites Refurnished mabbibd tion as may bo necessary to protect the Union City Anchor of Hickman I desire to say that if the work is done it PRICES REDUCED grounds streets alleys graves monu- Â¬ On April Sth Mr James H Cruoe aad BACON sides 10c ts shoulders els hams be pushed to completion as rapidly v board and Large Handsomely-furnishe- d Full Sale WE offer the best stock ot ready made will ments stones hedges gates fences and 12cls 3 per day every wagon and team Miss Ada L Morrow rooms as possible and Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky other property therein and to regulat y- - nas been la Clothing for Men and Boys cvor brought anu every mau wiiuin mc cuqiuiuiu mui CHEESE 12al4c per ponnd W ALMY Manager novl5 4w On April 1st by Esq J C Reed Mr J Z C Todd plaintiff the mode manner time places of inter - Constant use ljy tin COFFEE Rio 16a20 por lb Also the latest novelties its desirous and willing to work will be WrA Wiles and Miss Jennie Dennington market to this monts disinterments and removal of dead Equity against CRACKERS 7a9c per lb H A T public for over iwemy In Neck Ties Collars and Silk Handker- Â¬ given an equal chance bodies therein j Nelson Clark defendant In this county March 27ih by Esq J COAL OIL 25 per gallon years and is tho best Sec 2 The jurisdiction of chiefs Also fine Fur Hats and Straw C Reed Mr Daniel W Crawford and CANDLES star ICalOc per lb Roule BY virtue of a judgment and order of sale shall extend to said cemeterythe city court Lookout the same as TRY ELAINE preparation over In HF The Mrs II E Alexander FLOUR Hickman Mills S700 poods both for men and boys Also cus- Â¬ of the Fulton circuit court rendered at COctB por MOLASSES 40a 50c per bbl the February term thereof I860 in the within the corporate limits rented for RESTORING tom made Boots and Shoes all very low at Fire Proof Oil 80 cents per gallon State Sfc 3 That the city council is author Â¬ half barrel above cause for the sum of one thousand Pure Apple Vinegar only 30sts per gal GRAY HAIR TO ITS As mcb2G 4t J AMBERG8 SONS sayer LAUD OIL COMMISSIONERS SALE 100 per gallon three hundred and thirty six and 86 100 ized to construct i gravel road not ex Â¬ Ready mixed Paints J and 4 quarts at YOUTHFUL COLOR and LAUD Hca lOcper lb FORTUNES DRUG STORE dollars with interest at the rate ten per ceeding thirty feot in width from the or Henry Lyles colored who stands porate limits to suid cemetery and t Peter Semonin Trustee Plff AND LIFE GUNPOWDER 850 per kez Chemist is the best equipped safest and most cent per annum from the 14th day of Feb control the same as also to construct a Equity BLASTING POWDER against charged with committing sundry robberies 1880 until paid and 46 15 costs herein 500 per keg of Mass It supplies the netu pleasant line it being the Tho Richmond and Southern rail J S Richardson et al Defts 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at tho plank fence ou each side of same and are SODA 5a6 per lb by the keg in Paducah and elsewhere and who es- Â¬ ral food and color to tho and one empowered to of By virtue of a judgment for 8007 43 SUGAR brown 0e hard 12Jal4c GREAT CENTRAL SHORT LINE court house door in Hickman Ky to the hereby poll tax on eachlevy and collect over caped from the Mayfield jail some weeks road traveriufr the best portions elands without hair male resident dollar leading this State and Virginia will be UUU dellars with 10 per cent interest from 8HOT per bag 200 staining the skin it will II highest bidder at public auction on Mon- Â¬ 21 between the Northwest and Southeast since is a wiry and bold buck ne eludes 1876 yeais of age within said city and 2U 12th day of April 1880 at 1 o- Â¬ cost 30000000 the 2Gth day of November Commonand an STONEWARE lOper gallon Increase and thicken tho is the shortest and most direct route to day the M Pleas TOBACCO manufaed per lb 50a75c the officers always just in tho nick of miles in length and order of sale of the Ballard clock p or thereabout being county cents upon 5100 worth of property subjeel growth of tho hair pro the celebrated Springs and Summer re- Â¬ expect to build the road Court rendered at the January term SALT sack salt 1 50 fine 2 to taxation in said city limits time On Tuesday last Marshal Wirncr i The company vent its blanching and endorse sorts of Virginia and East Tennessoc court day upon a credit of six and twelve Sec 4 This act to b in foroe from aa 1 nithnnt ocal aid The charter ol 1880 in the above styled case The un- Â¬ IXARDWAKE ETC agisted by Dr John Prather run upon falling off and thus Connections are made with trains for all months the following described property after its ratification by a majority of tl e and The north west cornor of the this road calls for a terminus in Ful dersigned will on Monday the 12th day AVERT BALDNES8 Pullman sleepers run on all to wit points him near Woodland chopping in the qualified voters within the corporate lu a In the oourt county on ihe Mississippi river cf April 1S80 atcounty Kybouso doorthe CASTINGS 3aoc per lb Through sleepers from north east quarter of Sec 23 T 1 R 5 its of said city voting at an election to be night trains Lyles when be caught a glimpse ton woods it being It euros Itching Krup Hickman Fulton IRON bar size 2Jo per Ih it without change west beginning nt the n w corner of held in said oity the time and place to be Memphis to Nashvillo tions and Dandruff A 50 poles to a rock lrst day of the April term of the Fulton PLOW STEKL Ocper lb of Warner broke to run and our big as a Double daily cennections on all through snid qr sec running HAIR DRESSING it At the Ballard Circuit Court lost founty court expose to public salo to the PLOW STEEL WINGS 5Jc per lb of S fixed by the city council Marshal after him on horseback and reat trains Business men oud pleasure seek Â¬ and black oak in the lane in frontthence is very desirable fjlvlnc week the prosecution for the offence Ugliest bidder on a credit of six and IRON AXLES 5e per lb7 S Watsons cabin near the gate ers bear in mind that the Nnshville Chat lakily for Lyles there was a booming known as the Arlington robbery resul Â¬ welve months nn undivided 3 interest NAILS 575 rates the hnlrn silicon softness triumph 1 tanoozo St Louis Railroad offers belter south 128 poles to 2 hornbeams and oak II EN THE NKV CORN 18 REUDY which nil admire creek with a steep bank near by Reach- Â¬ ted in the discharge of all the parties n the following tracts of lands Ibe HORSE SHOE NAILS 30c per lb It in medi accommodations better time and connec Â¬ thence west 50 poles to a stake sassafras Mr keeps tho Kead clean cine ing the creek Lyles pushed in and across implicated except It L Viliiamt factional section soutn of section 30 STEEL cast M 3 A 20a25c f will be at Hickman prepavti uincs any other route between the and poplar in the line between Cowgill Koger to market tMir igcnt tions than sweet and healthy d to and said quarter section thence north onnship 1 range 6 west contalijiiiB 402 STEEL PLOWS 8il2Jc per lb Northwest and Southeast nnd reached the opposite shore a feat flKi who wab put upon trial and after teres more or legs Also the fractional HUBS Sl23a225 per sett with said lino 128 poles to the begin pay IN CASH the highest mntkt prico n m 820 a in Leave Memphis 1210 which the Marshal on horseback could not two days peut in the invehtipatioD the seition south of section 31 township 1 PLOWS Hcrlweck Baltzcr ning or sufficient thereof to produce for all the sound clean corn tictered Knocrr MoKenzic 415 a m 145 p m aceomptfdi Hither Warner or Prather jury failing to agree the ca--- was con- Â¬ range 0 west containicg 480 acres Also the sums of money so ordered to bo to him No 1 St500 No 2 700 Steel Plows ilickuian 800 a m Chaltanoopo and St The Nashville For the purchase price the pur- Â¬ No 3 850 No 4 000 the fractional section south of section 35 Ving right upon him could have shot tinued Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730 p m mado chaser withupproved surety or securities Louis railway and others nre jow build Â¬ township 1 range 0 west containing Baltzers patent one horse Plow 600 ex- Â¬ Leave Nashville 1010 a m 8 15 p m but they hoped to capture him him ing for the New Madrid Tvnd Cape Girar Â¬ ll I ncrnsi mnretir le9 All of said lands tra plow moulds 209 each Cotton Murfreesboro 1 127 a ra 040 pm must execute bonds bearing 10 per cent deau trada a new and sp cedy steamer and without shooting but they didnt He Edison devotes his spare time to are situated in Fulton county Kontuoky interest from the day of sale until paid scrapers same 1222 p m 1040 p m Wartrace CK1NGHAMS nnd having the force and effect of n judg- Â¬ will offer best facilities to shippers j u ode good his escape nerfectincr a Dlan for obtaining cold out on the waters of the Missisippi river and Powell Bro from varions factories one Tullahoma 113 p m 1120 p m FOR THE C Wo will furuish sacks to parties desir Â¬ ment Bidders will be prepared to com Â¬ 300aSOO was patented by the State of Kentucky to plows two horse horse He is satisHed that Decheid 145 p m 1155 p m of cast away ore ing to sell us and thltrvk wc can offer sel Â¬ ply promptly with those terms S Richardson dec d father of the de- plows 00al000 Cowan 200 p m 1210 a m nmKrnf i -i -- - II r nnd r ani Sarwinila jUWWw T A lers of grain inducements snperior tasny r i finrl M W liirhnrti JNO A WILSON will change tho heard to a KKOVX Stevenson 315 p m 130 a m allSS Wlhi UDK f other market mch2G 80 Master Commissioner SUKDKIFS son The purcha9er will be required to HoVC Bridgeport 33 p m 200 a m Being In or KLACK at discretion i All shipments are covered by arapciu at a company will be organized foj eive bond with approved security for the Chattanooga 500 p in 330 a m t s r ono preparation it I easily applied policy of insurance work the tailing1 01 lurnaces ana creai payment ot the purcuase money m navo BAGGING 10al2Jc per yard For information time tables and list of OIUIIIIIUI ROPE machine 13a20c 15 S fUlH SLiirnmol OIU j and produces a permanent color IRA S louaand doars J0B he force of a Replevin Bond bearing All persons indebted to the estate of R wnctt summer resorts reached by this line call TIES 5ae ocllO 2m Nashville Teun S Johnson deceased are requested io that will not wash on - already obtained at Le dvill and Geo W McKenzib on or address 1eCeiVLEATHER kip skins Sl30a8C0 sole per d Also all par Â¬ come forward and settle MY Act- - McKeniio IHEIAmD Virginia City The process is a secreti lb 30 35c upper side Take BLACK ORAUGHT aud you 150a500 T noMJ a pkid Due in six and PRINTS n4a8e per yard rassg A rt L M R ties bavins claims aeaiust said estate are NASHUA HH C P Atmove jr CO GCl R P HALL but quickilvcr is Used as is also ox- - tweiVe months ell TBWHITE will neicr bo bilioti3 requested to file the same W I DANIEI Memphis or DOMESTIC 3Jal2Jc per yard Sold by all Dealers In Mediclno Mast Com of Ballard C P of lead carbonate of ioJa charcoal CilAS FRENZ Admr For sale by JCK - Cowoiiu air lt Ueul Pa Tkl t Naslmllc Tenu - A- - torcoM ii n JENS20a00cperyird ap12 td soul Tt wuercu giass po GOODS of all kinds have advanced from 25 to 30 per cent but we still adhere to our old priced Cheapest UaSit PLAUT and 1 J Â¬ partments OUK STOCK is now complete in all its J H Plaut Bro Â¬ Â¬ The British national debt laoks a little of being twice as large as that of the United States The Hon Wiley P Fowler one of the oldest rcsideuts of Western Ken- Â¬ tucky is dangerously ill at his home in Paduosh Senator Thurman since his recent illness has been forbidden by his phy oiAtn In utnrilrn nmrn tnovi trmr Airvqa a any He has been a devoted and per histent smoker The New York World declares that Gov Seymour must take the helm io the present fend of the Democratic party in that State whether he con- Â¬ sents to run for the Presidency or not The school law requires that a cen sus of the pupil children in each com Â¬ mon school district be taken this month Next years appropriation of the school fund will be based npon this census It has been decided by a Georgia court that kissing another mans wife is aggravated assault and battery At decatur Inst week a case of this came before Judge Speers who instructed the jury to return a verdict of assault aod battery and then sentenced the criminal to a Gne of 200 or six months on tho chain gang In South Carolina a man was put off a train because he had not purchased a ticket and refused to pay the addi Â¬ tional fare charged by the road to He sued those who have no tickets the company for damages proved that he had no time to procure a tioketbe fore the train moved aud was awarded a judgment for 830 Immigration is rapidly increasing especially from England and Ireland There arrived at the port of New York during the month of February 1880 10093 passengers 8328 of whom were immigrants During tho corresponding period of 1879 the total number of passengers arrived at the port was 4 119 of whom 2818 were immigrants Of this months lot 1975 came from England 1031 from Ireland and 2082 from Germany J G The Hcst Strrkey X n Ever Knew or prominent and influen- Â¬ Nig i w Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky JnoSimones admr for use of c Equity pltff against V m mfrT WBM Mm 1 i f 4 ftrwr id JLifctJtf Jntery 3H - Hardware i M I of Hickman for the ensuing twelve month removable however at the option of the City Council 2 That it shtll be the duty of saM lienltlu officer to watch over the sanitary condi Â¬ tion of tho city and to carefully guird against all cause of disease to use all known measures to prevent the introduc- Â¬ tion and spreading of contageous or in- Â¬ fectious diseases and to perform tinch other duties as the City Council may from timo to time determine necessary to pro mote the health of the inhabitants of tho city 3 That stagnant water or other mitter or substance deleterious to health shall not remain upon any vacant lot or lots and it shall be the duty of the health offi Â¬ cer to have any such water matter or sub Â¬ stance removed froji such lot or lots by the owner or apent of the same and if such water substance or matter is not removed after three days notice to the owner or agent of said lot or lots then the health officer may hive the same done nt the expense of said owner or agent and the cost for removal or abatement shall be assessed against such lot or lots and the cost thereof be recovered by warrant in the city court of Hickman nnd for his services in abating or removing suoh the health water matter or substance officer shall be allowed three dollars per day to be taxed in the cost of abating or removal by the city court of Hickman and recovered as the cost of removal c 4 The health office- - shall have authori Â¬ ty to order the removal abatement and prevention of any and every sanitary nuisance in the city of Hickman and spec- Â¬ ify a reasonable time within which it shall be done and in the eveut of the failure of the owner agent or occupant of thu prem- Â¬ ises to comply with the order of the health officer to so remove abate or prevent any sanitary nuisance within the time given be or she shall ne liable to a fine in the city court of Hickman of not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars to be re- Â¬ covered by warrant taken out by said bealfh officer in the city court of Hick- Â¬ man and for each of said warrants so taken out the health officer shall be al- Â¬ lowed 25 per cent of what is recovered and collected in such case 5 It shall not be lawful for amy person to suffer or permit any decayed vegetable or animal matter slop trash dirt or stagnant water to be and remain upon their lot or premises in the city of Hick- Â¬ man and it shall be the duty of the health officer after two days notice if such is not removed or abated to have warrant issued from the city court of Hickman against the persons owning or occupying said lot or premises and upon conviction of a violation of this ordinance such persoa shall be fined by said city court not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars 6 It shall not bo lawful for any per Â¬ son to permit any kind of dirt or filth to accumulate be and remain upon their premises n their privys stables cellars or out houses or upon their lots and if any person violates this ordinance they shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor more than twenty dollars to be recovered by warrant In the city court of Hickman 7 Be it further ordained that all vaults or pits now in use or heretofore nsed as privies be thoroughly cleaned out and then filled to the level of the earth with good clean dry dirt or clay en or before the 15th day of March 1880 nd npon a failure to do the occupant or owner of the premises upon which said sink or pit may be found shall each be fined in a sum of not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars and each day after the 15th day of March next shall be considered a separate offense said fines to be recovered by war Â¬ rant in the cily court 8 The health officer is authorized to have all pits and sinks used as privies cleaned out and filled up as above direct- Â¬ ed and the expenses thereof including three dollars for his services for super- Â¬ intending the cleaning and filling of such pit or sink to be taxed against the owner or occupant of the premises to be recov Â¬ ered by warrant in the city court in the name of the city nnd the premises upon which the pit or sink is found shall b subject to the payment of the same 8 These ordinances to be in force from and afcer their passase Â¬ 8 8 TOTES 8 8 3 g 7 t 5 Commissioners PATENTS KISTNER GARDNER etc FUENITURE flAiak icm tfAItf biottsiej tofflEWEHI Commissioners THE fountain cb rtst f TO corn n II e rjvr THE finest line of - mnnnnpnr m Almi iiU- JJJ jJAlJ Snrhlpkjjaxiiq PI 1 to WHISKERS lllltr ill the City jUSt bn m he T NOTICE Itl H Plaut Bros Zl - i tW5P wwwv-E t w3Lt tiif- - t L ailJU3Ca V- 7 IItCH1IA- - the South The narrative and descriptive arli J II SAUNDERS Editor print in other coluuis While seuation buth in tho Written for the Clinton Democrat THE RECITATION mining aud tho scientific world It NASHVILLE The true method is by development In moving the county seat from gives the results of the most recent CoIuilLos to Clinton the forms of law experiments iu that prolific birthplaoe The teacher draws out the sentiment OSC DOLLAR TOR A YEAR weic strictly complied with on the part of wonders Melno park Tbe wiz- of the pupils making them think for TI10 next Presidential election will deA leading question may of he officers of the election and the ard of that famous locality has out- Â¬ thems2lvcs termine coniffiisMoners appointed by llie Legis done himself uofperhaps iu tho cu- Â¬ be asked if it is immediately followed every questions of vital importance to citizen of tho Union Upon its The teacher lature to locate the county wat They rious aud amazing appeals he has by tho question Why results will depend the perpetuity of our did tl eir whole duty faithlully and made to the popular sense of novolity must eontrol the drift of ho lesson republican form of government All withtut partiality to any Yet it did but certainly iu the eclipsing pecuniary he must not be diverted but avoid stiff these questions will be thoroughly disnot pivc satisfaction value of this latest of his discoveries ness being conversational in manner cussed in the present session of ConIt is Moscow bv this time had become a Edison Iiuh invcuted methods by and always courteous Hear every an Â¬ gress ns we our desire mid our purpose so far can contribute to that end villace of considerable note iu ue which he can extract a greater amouut swer and remark patiently and treat that every citizen shall be fully informed on account of its trade and it respectfully When you ask a ques upon all these questions of such vast mo eouotrv of gold from the lejected residuum or tion get an answer or know why O5C0W con reercc The friends of I ment Is r 11 in niiuers phrase the tailings x liitii rtci iuih auriferous quatiz or sand than is ohof caunot Have important principlesjou henceforth our national government to be rean imperial despotism claimed that it was i lie proper place ii imiuicti Willi Is Me T AITnderii s n nttnn liAti Arc it tlin nnnnf j nnt in mem the bayonet to rule the billot -connclls Miles Jlark Shaws JHadox tained by the present processes from cited concert Appoint certain and tho rights of the States expressly rebers to investigate given points mt5ioncrs met to select the place those i iarleyi Scirce served in the Constitution to yield to Bondurcnts ahep- - the virgin locks delivered fresh from fnrnds urged that they should select the powerful trituration of the crush report remembering that the recita centralizeJ dictation Shall arrogant Iint w 4 Kiiuiiin UUU ia Parson Cowgill ing mills Alter the system now pracv tion belongs to the class and not to and imperious ptrty leaders under the Mctcow as the place for the county the much lamented scat During the Mrupgle Moscow who did much to advance the agricul tiscd has exhausted the ores of all the the teacher Let pupils express their cry of Libcrjy rob the citizens of liberty iutDagcd to have a steamboat run up tural thoughts in their own language do Shall Mammon be tho only deity mho interest of the country These gold they can be made to yield Mr Editl c Bayou dcChicn to that place old pioneers thrust thought upon them but put shall bo acknowledged as having divine have left represectatives son can take up the tailings aud ex- Â¬ not Shall labor be deprived of its rights tl inking that would be an inducement hero who would be a valuable acces- Â¬ tract more gold from them than they it within their reach where they can just reward In order to bring it within en- Â¬ Icr the location Columbus still tho means of every man mechanic farsion to any country and an honor to any wero made to give out before they grasp and use it for themselves tertained tl c hope that the advantage Remember the amount you make mer and laborer in all vocations even in wero rejected as worthless refuse Tho of the Mississippi liver would induce communityis a noble little county rich average 3ield of tho crushed and tritu your class commit to memory is not these hard times to inform himself what Fulon parties the people o uiuie the couuty seat in soil and comparatively healthy rated auriferous rocks is less than an index to the amount of benefit the political the tcrmgare proposing wc have reduced of tho Weekly Ameri Thus we had Her large neat farms in n high state twenty dollars a ton back to that place recitation has been to them Mr Edison can can to ONE DOLLAR a yean for six for the county of cultivation with good stock yards take up the hitherto valuless tailings three parties contending months 76 cents Thrie months 4fl rnntsMen of brains have always been in The real value of the paper will not be town commodious barns and out buildings and make them yield an astonishing The Moscow parly was headed by with cozy homelike dwellings all speak greater amount The specimeus from demand nut they have uot always ocenT decreased with reduction of price but honest and honest men have not al will be vastly increased in proportion to as the pro well Samuel 1 McFullwlo of the intelligence and industry ol flames yielded under his treatment at ways had brains The mindTssonpt price Dr Luton and her citizens This is an inducement ihc rate of 750 per ton tbe black prictor of said town Address TIIE AMERICAN nnd train Dr Ashburn wielded a powerful iuflu for others to settle among them Nashville Tenn sand from the lava beds 80 per ton to be warped by prejudice is reldom we can find a man ence in faor of Mocow They were the richest product was from the tail- Â¬ iuz it Willis White rise 1 1 men of character and standing belov- Â¬ ings of the Powers claim which was at with independence enough to and abovo surrounding circumstances ed and respected by all who knew THE XLW CORN IS READY the rate of 1400 per ton Thero is A True Picture An intense eecsee things correctly 0 tnarkot our agent Mr James them Dr Luton was brother in law Frankfort Correspondence Cour Jour nothing incredible even in this last tariao is always opposed to secular ed- Â¬ Koger will be at Hickman prepared to to Dr Ashbum and father of Drs estimate considering the great value of Would that I could give you a true gold in and the pubiic school teacher pay IN CASH the highest market price Sam and Joe Luton and also father of proportion to its weight It ucation for nil the sound clean corn delivered widow W P Uriflcy who now resides picture of a scene that occurred in the requires only about seventy eight is not apt to be friendly to church to him schools last day or two which was like unto ounces now wo want in the Just The Nashville in this county aud is well knovui to Chattanooga and St of gold to be worth S1400 and States a leader of educational Louis railway and others are now buildother scenes frequently to be observed many of our citizens seventy eight ounces is but a minute United He must not be a bigot nor ing for the New Madrid and Capo GirarThe legislative fraction thought There were a good many in favor of in the same place of a ton But if the average too He must understand the deau trade a new and speedy steamer and mill had been running through the liberal the center of the county as that would yield from the tailings were not greater will oltcr best facilities to shippers Â¬ morning hour grinding out numer- than the history of education iu the past and be just and lair to all her citizens We will furnish sucks to parties desir Â¬ ordinary yield from the virs be thoroughly acquainted with the po- ing to sell us and think we can offer selThe Clintou party headed by Judge ous local bills on the passage of many gin ores the proGt would be immense James who was then a member of the of which not more than half a dozen since Mr Edion estimates the ex Â¬ litical economy of the present His lers of grain inducements superior to any market He had the members would vote r Suddenly a pense of his process at only 5 per ton enthusiasm may be unbounded but he other shipments are covered by Senate Iioin this district All our open special order was annouueed and must know how to temper it with pru of such men as Col Robcooperation But the profits from the tailings which policy of insurance a bill iu his elation confidence iu He must inspire dence ert Moore William Walker and all tbe clerk reported 15 80 or S750 or 31400 per ton SOX Before this it was noticeable contain the most learned as well aa tbo most other gentlemen residing in and near voice ocllO 2m Nashville Tenn seem fabulous who sits some distauce is The leadership of Christ Mr Walker was the father that a member Clinton This great discovery was an incidens ignorant He was kind of Mrs J T Moore ond the grand from the Speaker was anxiously study Â¬ tal result of Mr Edisons researches a mode for all lime father ol Will T aud Ed B Walker ing the face of the clock and anon to find a supply of platinum for his but severe charitable but not uncoms promising He understood human na- Â¬ He was a man of noble qualities ster Â¬ nervously firgering certain documents electric lamps He sent explorers far bits of manuscript magazines etc a and wide ture iu all its forms for his mind was ling integrity aud unbounded charity to discover new sources of towards all but more especially to the huge pile of books alto lay on tbe this indispensable metal the supply of far beyond the best in its character El liM joor All who knew him loved and table which was limited to a few mines It and pattern When the clerk concluded the read- was found admired him small quantities in the ing of tbe bill the member aforesaid tailings of in The contest lor the county scat was the California gold mines HOW FAR SHALL THE STATE EDUCATE long and bittc This as a matter of arose and began to arrange his papers and Edison set himself at work to in- Â¬ Three points have never been settled ccuise operated injuriously to the in and to disarrange his neck tie It was vent a process for its cheap extraction tercst of Clintoc But few could be pateut that he was1 laying himself out In the course of his experiments on and perhaps never will be He is a presentable 1 To what extent should the Stato found who were willing to invest their for a set speech the specimens sent he was surprised at Warners Safe Kidney and Liver Cure looking member and often makes a the large means in the purchase oi real estate amouut of gold which exists provide an education free to all Cratot JTtdray Oirl llbrmerl On this occasion speech A rentable c Jr eDaratlon and the nnd become parties to the strife which pretty fair 2 How much education should the in the rejected residue of the miues Df irasr rrmrdy in tbe world tor Bright onlr taro then raged through the whole county be sailed into his subject as gracefully and ibis gave his researches a new di State compel the parent to give his if laoews ana auj juaueji uiir aau Urinary Dlaeain C0 Testmoniala of tbe hljhcst order In proof In the winter of 1S11 that portion of as a swan would glide over the placid rection Besides trying to discover a children of these statements 3 How far shall the State trust the Hick man county now houth liallard surface of a lake iu a moonlight night cheap process for extracting platinum butfot tho cure of Dlnbetes coll for War neraSafo DIabctr Curr and the other united with Ihc Moscow friends in a but it soon became evident that he from the tailings he aimed at a process voluntary principle to provide what is BJTFor tbe cure of Brlsbta diseases call for Waniera Sare Kidney petition to form Ballard county which would fail to get the ear of the House for separating the far lirger quantity necessary for its own well being nnd LlTerCore Thus Hickman Thereupon he flushed in the face and of gold was done in 1842 Of course schools arc needed and WARNERS SAFE BITTERS The success of this process It is tbebest Blood Furl nruidstbnnlatea Co wa deprived of about one third of looked very much as if he would be has been complete and the wealth teachers should be prepared for them every function to more healthful action and delighted could he only be afforded which is Is thai a benefit In all diseases her territory aud made Moscow the likely to repult is beyond The voluntary principle cannot be It cures Nrrofalona and other SItin Erup and Diseases tionsand other Koreaincluding Cjuicera Ll trusted to provide suitable schools in center and Clinton about five miles the opportunity to take the House by computation New York Herald cers the ear individually which these teachers may learn their nvannlA- - lVnlnMa nrtlio Stfnmar o north of it Constipation Dizziness General DcbilAt first be was favored with one or business Normal schools are a neccs By this time the town of Hickman ty etc are curea oy too tsuie uiucn itw A Non Scctnrlan Church nequaled as on appetizer and regular tonic who gave him an irri two auditors had grown to be the uiart of the Pur sity on the part of the State and teach r OM7Q UUIC Sometime ago the Cincinnati En lJbl WW AMU OWV tating sort of attention but when he to De chac and many of the citizens of this in a fit of morality suggested ers should be compelled quirer AUU UWMWfc flllana MCTl Vst The voluntary young and growing eitv oegan to Dion began to read his authorities even these the establishment of a free nonssecta in them ixeanujjin prevents laacneand relieves Kerroiu Pros ff- TUa A careful iu vent ory of They needed a new couoty andldTrlLPd that erooetit on by excessive drink over- rian uon scusational church Tor the not be tru firtr mpntsl khnrlra nnd othpr eanses the seat of justice at their town the House suowcu me out one man accommodation of a class of persons Tho State must tumuli eZn Powerful as It is to stop pain and soothe dis never Judge Jaae who then resided near who seemed to be paying any sort of in that city who were non church go it must bo sure that they ktuw toXIof turbed Nerves InItsmall or Injures tbe system lance doses whether taken Siding around until I came Bottles of two sizes prices 90c and SlOO miucui Clinton on the place now owned andJ attention luu uiuuti ui uui lueir uuiv within range of his vision I discover ing and who it thought would be is depending ooour schools to lightly WARNERS SAFE PILLS occupied by Col i P Moss was de glad to find a welcome at some place Are an Immediate and active stimulus for a m- Torpid Liver ana cure CettmaMiOTipcpiM termined at all buzzards to defeat the ed that he was not rcgardiog the ora- of worship where they were under no pass them by Not only our prosper Ioquuu Billoci DIsr- H tor but was gazing fixedly at a superrices Uslsrls Fmr ity but our very existence is bound up friends of Moscow and retain the coun- Â¬ It pushed the ana Agus and sbould white headed darkey in the sectarian restraint in them As the people so will the be nseu whenever tbo ty seat at Clinton so the friends of annuated bowels do not onerato Yet still iu spite of lack of matter editorially and with such vigor government be as the schools so will Clinton united with the people of the gallery frcelv and recularlr that a large subscription was raised rnio audience tbe orator waxed warm in 1m Sotkcrnu for thorves will the peoplcbe as the teacher so town of Hiekraau and succeeded in mall dcM twz wtrlt Frit SS ct He pawed the floor and and the plan put into practical opera the schools be as the schools in which forming the county of Fulton in 1845 remarks Iteaicdlra ar Warac r Sl JKjTil Mid Iit Dmjil U Dnltra 4n tiimiiu fought the air with clenched fists he tion at Music Hall The services of the teachers are trained so will be This placed the prospects of Moscow la Bfdlclav tTrrywatrm Rev J M Piatt of Ceutral Universii H H Warner Co Our prosperity dc beyond hope and put a quietus to the called high hcaveu to witness that these ty were secured and the meetings be- Â¬ their characters I Proprietor strife and bitterness that had so long polished utterances of his but feebly gun under the most favorable auspices pends on our teachers The wants of Ieoohesteb K 7 disturbed the peace of the county expressed the sincere convictions of an The plan was so warmly endorsed by a nation are in direct proportion to its trrs4 ror rwf hut ad Tg HwwUU honest mind and heart he talked about Tlus in forming Fulton County the Constitution and tbe liberty for the people that at the first afternoon intelligence and its intelligence is in Our Hickman county parted with 184 meeting there were 3000 persons pre- Â¬ direct proportion to its schools square miles of her territory the gar- which the fathers fought and hoped sent and since then the number has wants determine our trade and thus den spot of the Purchase if not of tbe that this Houso would rally as one steadily increased until at the last one the business of a county is dependent LORD man to the support of this bill the Have you never State last Sunday there were over 5 000 iu on its education Fulton was for sc long a part of most important perhaps that was ever attendance As a newspaper enter- thought how many wants are necessary Look around in yout home and see Hickman having worked and toiled offered in the legislative hall of any prise we regard this the most merito- Â¬ with us in the struggle of our pioneer State or nation While he stamped rious that has yet come under our ob see how many things you could do Opening Spring Display life that the fees truly like a sister to and raved and shrieked the nnsppre servation It was a scheme conceived without carpets books pictures muOP ciative members occupied themselves sical instruments all oilier ornaments us Her citizens are closely identi some in writing many in reading news and carried out by oue journal and the chairs could be exchanged for bench DRY GOODS fied with ours in all tbe social rela Â¬ good which it has accomplished is al- Â¬ tions of life and have labored side by papers a few in endcavoriug the solu most iuestimable Mondays issue of es elaborate clothiug for that of the WE CAN POSITIVELY ASSERT TIIAT AT SO PERIOD HA E WE DISPLAYED AX ASSORT side with us in the development and lion of the fifteen puzzle while here the Enquirer contained the following plainest kind all jewelry could be dis MENT OF DCV GOODS SO ADEQUATE TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF TIIE PCBLIC OR AT improvement of our newly settled and there were knots engaged in con notice ot the meeting on Sunday It pensed with and all taste eliminated PRICES SO ADAPTED TO THE ECES2rntfl Finally the orator sank vcrsation We could live as our barbarous anWell might Hickman be country OF ECONOMICAL SHOPPING will give some idea of the nature of Education is expensive cestors did loth to give up Pulton but it was the breathless in his seat and when the the work already accomplished vote was taken one half the members only alternate to save Clinton It creates a thousand wants and they It was Oar BLACK SILKS contain tho well known The congregation that attended the brands ol Bonnet Ponson Tapissler Ouluel Gi Invention is stimu sheer ueccssily that compelled her to actually had the impudence to ask religious exercises at the Music Hull must be supplied rard and nther equally prominent inanatactorers of the bill uuder Tbo Lord A Ta lor FAMILY BILKenjoyaarepu lated mind qnickenod trade enlarged couscut to the formation of Fulton what was the oattire taUon or cmwrtal excellence that is unsar This is hut a faint pic yesterday was larger by several hun- buiiuei multiplied and there are a consideration Died stmt nfp dred than any that has yet assembled Oar American Cachcralre ISDESTRCCTIBLE BLACK bILK jusUr claim earrxjt attention As Fulton county is a daughter of ure of an actal occurrence and these and indeed deserves to be entered upon few bcuighted souls even in tho Unit- Â¬ beniif equal to the best ol loreizn mannlactura at be he hun- who- say it is all wrong half too cost EVERY YARD WARRANTED Hickman county separated without scenescourd fethed the annuls as one of the memorable ed State rn COLORED SILKS our well selected stock offered at prices tnat cannot bo undersold her withl hope the reader will ex- Â¬ dred faithful to life in this Kentucky gatherings of the city Four thous- They protest against it and will uot Also Legislature be COLORED AND BLACK nlLK DAMASSES em cuse me for a further notice of her as and circulars containing the hymns even wear bultons on their coais bracing the rarest Kerns of Uie European or the 99b county in the order of forma American Markets and order of exercises were distributed ousc hooks and eyes are cheaperÂ¬ In SCMMER SILKS and FOULARDS wa liavo the necflow AtiierdRlug 1nys tion Piior to the year 1S34 Ihositc everything that is new and beauUlul long before the people ceased to come They degrade everything to said Mr in and the seating capacity of the vast essary hang harness in the front halls When we began business where the town of Hickman now stands we began to use the col auditorium was taxed to its utmost and store seed corn in the best room was called Mills Poiut in honor of a Lawrence Noislties in Cachemcres Euitinus Debcises In splendid variety Alw Mr Mills who settled there in 1819 umns of the newspapers to let tho pco 200 and perhaps more sat upon the Money increases but thoir wants do and tho standird cloths Zephrrs urintcd cotton bcotcli Andersons Cloths Cotelincs Percales Dress Uooiis I hey pay no Cheviots Ac Moraie ccry grade to be touul in a The writer ti ited this place in the fall pie know what we had The result stage and as many more stood in the not increase with it with of 1S24 and there was but one houso wap they began right away to come in aisles There can be no doubt that preachers hire no teacher go on no Crsvclas establishment stern honest clanish and Shawls Cloaks and Wraps iu Ft It stood uear the Millet corner and buy The very first year when fully 5000 were in the hall at one time visits are and was occupied by John Dooms we foeted up our bjIcs we found we and counting those who left before the rich their only object being to lay the This department maintains its supremacy and chows the best producUous from the European That year we conclusion and others who came and foundation for colossal fortuues in the whose father Jake Dooms lhed about had taken in SI50000 centres Our Cleats and Eaeqoesare cat and madebr two miles on the bufl above the town had paid the newspapjer 5000 for ad Â¬ went again after a brief siay this great next generation but just3s ijues men tailors tlmrcforo aiyle and fit are icuaranteed New to give you an idoa of number was exceeded the world stands it will jog them along of Hickmau near where the 11 II now vertising Quito a num Suits and Costumes Barnes Educational Monthly ascends the bluff I think the rirer how the thing runs I will tell you that ber of our Southern guests were among Our SUITS and COsTDMES fully austaln that so Justly established and alwnji the second year we begun by increasing the listeneis some acquaintances of was about a half a mile from the cabrepresent tbe latest styles and fashions our advertising At the end of it we Dr Pratt and they will undoubtedly in where John Dooms lived Ladies and Childrens Undergarments The site where the town of Hick- Â¬ found that we had paid out 87500 aud carry away with them profound im Â¬ Superb aorUnent of fine French hand made UNDERWEAR comprisin ciory requisite lor n man now stand- - was covered by a mili Â¬ hud made sales amounting to 2830130 pressions concerning his one of Cin ladys wardrobe Also childrens suits for ever age and eize was a heavy increase and a pretty cinualis tary suivey known and recoguized as That gieat features The regular- Â¬ Our Infants Fumlshlnj Department is thor Complete Wardrobes as low as nusbly equipped good This was not questioned for clear proof that advertising Daid us ity with which these immense congre Any artleloin JJ3 better goods in proportion the Wardrobe at bit price really cheaper tluiu several years after the Gist settlement We are pursuing tbe same course this nations have caincrcd Sunday alter the home made article aud much more saUsluc Mr G W L Marr vear our Oiird and at our present rate SundaV of this country tory he air 0f reverence whicl who lived in Madrid Hend I am not ui sates we Mian ujusu ipni uu u iuii pervades every part ol tlio service Handkerchiefs Hosiery Gloves sure but ihiuk he lived there was business nf 500000 Our advertising and tho sincerity and heartiness with The larrost rarest and most unique French Alo the medium Trades f notelticsmthecitr quite a shrewed man especially in land expenses is just double what it was our which they participate iu the sininp hoas for idies and children at very moderate prices became satisfied that the mili first year matters of the hvmns render them events ol Ladies misses and childrens kid cloth ami Have you ever tried the effect of moro than i0Cill or Ilslc ThRiJ Gloves of the best manufacture in tary title was not good therefore he 0TlaaTV Merest all the ncKCst shades to match any dress material A rupi rior selection of plain hemmed lliicu aud cutcrcd the land as State land aud then advertising any oue Hoc of poods It is hardly likely that the originators all liiliil hemstitched and scolloped Handker Yes we have Tako our sales of of the undertaking anticipated a sucAlio embroidered bilk Uandkerchlela chiefs tested the militaiy title by a suit of unsurpassed in beauty or color We were cess of anything like this magnitude ejectment aud succeeded in getting bottled goods for example possession of the laud after a Ion and the first to rnakc any effort for a retail at least not for a time to come Yet iu An tii choice cnics rontainins evcrT eclor crd bade known 1 mil additions dailr uxpUMclaw suit The land iu di trade in that department When we our city of 300000 inhabitants we now flonte Furnishing Goods putt embraced 3 or 4 000 acres inclu began we used to have an average daily sco a congregation gathered cverv always Caret anil never Disappoints ETerTposUiercauislterora gentlemans outfit j ale of goods in bottles over the coun ding the site where the tou now is week which out numbers auy congreniul medium erfldes of roods at oil frt c Tho worlds groat Pnin Itelievor u ihI reasonable prices J aalitr style and fit OX In 1837 the town of Hickman was ter of 30 That was our average the gation in the United Sutes for Man and Boast Cheap quldi pruinlntnt lea tu res of tbls department first year The second year we adver incorporated by an set of the Legi-la- and roHablo Soots and Shoes No ectin apuU in school ourt reads turc and Mr Marr gave it the namctised certain bottled goods and imme Fir prln2 and summer for Ladies Misses ni his wifes raaidcu diately wo noticed an iucreacd sale a sign on the bbokboard of a school naidrcn cloth top low button sliocf the novelty it has iu iiouor of or tl c f non 350 venuinc kid walklrrc boots quality tlip Sara Low shoes from Sa to S3 fine nebbl ttoat Mr Mair put a very high cs amounting to about 815 a day In fact house in enlightened old Massachu name rcrs irom St iS to iSt Mise bst CASTOKTAisnot PITCHERS worfcert buttonhole f J OhlUrens hand made tiniatc on towu luti which was thought the average of our bottle sales the setts where education is supposed to Children grow iUt f prjiiR licel button boots 5100 Infants snoc alt 5land perhaps did retard the growth and econd year was SCj a day just 315 sit on the top rail and miba faces at Narcotic upon Mothers like and Physi Â¬ colors and -a good durable lacedcall button boots lioji ind Youth French Some more than tho 6rst year Noticing this ignorance shoe improvement ol Mie place Ji f23 cians recommend CASTORIA Ve ear after the incorporation of Hick wc made a little more talk about the JtiT Our coods lire all flraUelasa Tbe Odd Fellows will colebrate the It regulates the Bowels cures fji ull orders exactly nnd to tbe Interest with the linn Mr Samuel Wilsou bought Mr goods in our advertisement or urchsrr sani antca all parctianea sixty Grt anniversary of tho inaugura- - Wind Colic allays FcverishncbS buyers A nnd ainnd to le auttracfirx toerror lnriLt in xml rtTtirt nf ennfiinv t1n cnlno rtvft II f r Inillc remly to femedy all f Ilios and destroys Worms order on the 20th orders convinced that n first trial will This may be mark- - Our sales over Tho counter of bottled around Uickunn ii tlio rcciilnr custom nd his associates establish ed liiur orders for Goods to tchereafter necotnpa Alt of mckiDMJ goods alone will average this year not Y0de7 cd the iH siui or where uurtlc ulcil by the mane iu 1S19 Wc know this the order at Baltimore Uh Ooiids mil bo sent by express Jsiiv i oou aroc from coni j less than 125 a day gieitiii I J Where the remittance Is too If theres no moonlight will you Query Why will people suffer with lui gc wc ulwuys return the dlnerenie jmritivc obcurij to a lively little city increase is tho result of advertising Jhs Mxind ol lie liiinmcr the crack of for the reason that our customers ineu meet me by gaslight dearest Juliana indigestion when BLACK DRAUGHT Broadnay and Twentieth St No Augustus I wont repliod sho whip the bustle of btini- - tion the advertisement when they come the tejn-ir- will cure them firam tiirystie and Forstli I Y j Chicago Tinus Im uo gas meter Utissaul the crowd ot strangers who to buy Tor salcby Buck CowniLL KeiulnUencofi bj Oder Willis cle which we will cause a rcirov l Â¬ t ilaily visited the new cikj wereunmis Inkablc 6insof her future prosperity Perhaps no man dM mure to advance tko interests of Hickman than fllr Wilson who has long since gone to his reward above His venerable widow still lives near Hickman This place alwajs had a pood class of business men who did business on the square and did ii in a business like manner en of iutcrily and honesty who gave the highest prices for produce aud sold goods at the lowest figures Her citizens are decendants of a uo ble stock whose fathers came here to AUIKTlLtaJ Ul Ullll III IT 1111 lllllll couatry and well did they do their part r r Vf V EMIsoii liat Dlvcorcrlil the FliloJipolicruSloiit Educational Department Tho Cheapest Newspaper ic A SPLENDID OFFER READ IT Weekly American Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rfOii fill fSSSI all the local news notiocs of meetings assessments tax and other sales markets etc etc givirg information that every resident of this county ought to have nnl cannot deprive himself of without being likely to lose many times the cost of tho The Village Farm Town and paper County Talk on subjects of local interest will be supplied fully in our columns be Â¬ sides much interesting reading All this I can be had at scarcely 1 cents a week or omjr iur me eirurc yean during the ensuing year The CooniER will he greatly improToi It will farnieh And Better Still Â¬ 1 Â¬ Is- c Yi J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 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 jeurnal full of plain practical reliable most useful information for every man woman and child It piiats every year 700 to 800 original engravings of labor saving labor helping contrivances many of tbsci home made nlso of animals plants con Â¬ struction of buildings etc etc Tho American Agriculturist also constantly pub Â¬ lishes exposures of the various humbugs and swindlers that prey upon tbe people with their artful schemes These expos- Â¬ ures save tens of thousands ef dollars to its readers every year With all its splendid features and an outlay of over 2o000 a year in collect- Â¬ ing and preparing information engrav- Â¬ ings etc the circulation is so large that it is supplied to subscribers post paid tor only 91OU eacn year We are happy 0 announce that we havo tnntle arrangements to furnish to caatt BOTH the Courier and tbe subscriber American Agriculturist for tbe small sum of only 205 a year both post paid which is but a trifle over five cents a week Who will not smoke one cif arlcsa a week or save fivo cents from some other npertjes expenditure if neccsfiry to i ft I a L - coRisr wH coRisr s3TmA2w2 Â¬ Â¬ i in Southern Kentucky or Western Tennessee ossio New Presses A2STD joib 4 constantly supply himself and family with both of these journals Kemember only 52C5 pay for the CuiRita and the bors of this Send in your subscriptions at one The American Agricultuntt is just entering its 3Slh annual volume and now is tho time to subscribe American Agricultuntt both eeut post paid for a whole year Picase tell your migU Â¬ Â¬ And Still Better Â¬ s miKi New Type New Machinery Â¬ THE BEST OF o PRINTERS i The publishers of the American Agricul tnritt have secured Marshall 8 new largo magnificent Steel Plate Tub Farmers one of the finest works cf this Pbide great artist whoae pictures of Washing Â¬ ton and Lincoln are of world wide repu- Â¬ So fine is this new work that Mr tation Marshall received 3000 for engraving the steel plate alone It was so highly valued that thirty good judges subscribed 2o each for 30 copies of the first or artist proofs and no copy of the picture can be bought for less than oG0 But the publishers of the American Ay nculturist have just secured the Plate ana having large facilities for multiplying it they propose to present this Splendid Engraving on fine Plate paper 22x28 delivered post paid to every subscriber for volume 38 of that Journal who sends 20 cents extra to cover cost of packine mailing and postage on the engraving Subscribers can secure through this office the CeuRier and the American Agriculturist bolh post paid for one year and also delivered free a copy of the above named Steel Plate Engraving that will be a great adornment to every home ALL THREE for only S283 Therefore Â¬ We Keep in Store a Well Selected Stock of JsJ THE LATEST I5YEXTIOX IV rSEs TVI HOUSEHOLD AKTICLES Within the last few years there has been expended a great deal of inventive Â¬ Jld V V l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P ALL KIEJDS o n v- - Â¬ ItmlllS1 Ii ia I Â¬ For Cards W i Â¬ TAYLOR Circulars Bill Heads Â¬ NEWjrORK Â¬ Â¬ IM Letter Heads Tags Â¬ Posters Envelopes Blanks TTfT f 1 SliLKS Â¬ Â¬ - - Ls Lb Â¬ Etc Etc WE DUPLICATE Â¬ thought and genius upon what may prop Â¬ erly be classed as household articles the most noted results of which are the rrr duction of the sewingjnacl lm IP 67 Toe wasmng machine c sweeper Almost every wees we chronicle the advent of some new inven Â¬ tion by which the cares and labors of housekeepers are lessened and woman 3 work made easier The newest thing to challenge our at- Â¬ tention and gladden the heart of ttio housekeeper i what is called the Novel ty Brush Holder Carpet Stretcher ana Sweeper a very simple contrivance de Â¬ signed to Jirmly hold in position any kind of a brush or duster having an exten- Â¬ sion handle that enables one to 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 the best carpet sweepers in the market bald Â¬ ing the brush firmly at an angle cleans the carpet thoroughly raises no dust and does not wear the carpet like the ordinary broom or brush aud will outwear a half dozen brooms s a han Â¬ dle for tbe scrubbing brush it is the best device ever made no more kneeling 01 the floor no more back aches or soro fingers As a carpet stretcher it is worth its cost as a carpet sf any size can be laid evenly without any of the labor and vexation usually attending such work It is strong simple thoroughly made cannot get out or order has no screws compact cheap nnd lever or binges durable Co It is manufactured by Brown Cincinnati tbe well known manufactur- Â¬ ers of useful household articles and is sold only by their agents to housekeepers Tbe real utility of this article will at once be seen by those most interested and we predict for it a large sale Every housekeeper iu the land will want one Any reliable lady or gentleman wuh ing remunerative employment woua do well to secure the agency for this county which can be done by enclosing a stamp for descriptive circular and terms to n DRESS GOODS BROWN CO O Grand Hotel Building Cincinnati Louisville or Nashville Prices AND GUARANTEE THE PRINT TO BE JUST AS HOOD STANLEY IN AFRICA Written chiefly by himself The latest and best and only authentic nnd satis Â¬ factory low priced volume published Has ovei BEATS THE WORLD TO SELL oOO largo octavo pages CO illustrations Price S250 A mfit SJ 00 Best r Â¬ PATTQ f Address J O iiJTl2il at once terms dl3 Gra book and 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