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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vZKrj- - t jsixltixskHiSbtt iHirMiiahttmi v cii -- r 4 m K SHE HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISHED EVXRT fHIDAY BV - GEOfiGE WARBBS HICKMAN KENTtTCtfZ NV ME ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN Â¬ I - Omc XA Heirtzo Building Clinton Street jr-r-- h v i p i w zt jsk Kk ifiiF jSiEsS iiXnzlL EDM ZXz fBllHivF mx v suv 1 j i 3gL jwip - Bilvc Que8lld mi PRESIDENTIAL NEWS thirty dollars and I sold itin a month PARIS LETTER j to a man it joined for a hundred dol- Â¬ cenator Kiatjkbam asked our JJem- George c Slinpo In Which Corres- - lars CEOULAR CORSEsrOXDSKCS mmt so I ocratic legislators a hard question yes tieilllonts Sctlil It fpnm Vnal- - clear and takingmade sixty oight dollars JDERS Editor Paris Frakce April 6 1880 fejMgton J HI by that paper My father terday tho Dem For fourteen years Subscription 2 SASHitiftABLB told ma that when ho was a young man The celebrated Ham Fair is being js ocratic party bas bad supremo and V WAGES TEi Nsnow too- sen it hesawa notice in a paper that a school uninterrupted control of tfie Stateand held ontho Boulevard Richard LonolrlfeS APRIL 23 1880 BOOT AND FRIDAY BuuiijiAjjjSHj vvnat nas maplaia that their reflections in the minds of those well Teachers teacher was wanted away off in a dis Â¬ she dome to develop our re and calls forth the usual humorous- - re fecial to the Cincinnati Enquirer lowtf The lawyer re enough acquainted with- history to sources and add to out prospertyj e news that Iowa bad instructed tant county and ho went down there wages are As in HOP North West cornerV of rfpsoow He ousht to ask the havs an nasV dueA tfarkff from the French preBS UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT ive hundred dollars know that this situation wttutfnorhava ejegates to vote for Blaiuo was re and got the situation and a little girl ceives from ind Troy Avenges East Hiqkmilnj K7 few generations ago Then be ought to remember fopthat pfbrmer years the stallrpresent a hoto al the Blaine Literary Bureau was sent to hint and after awhile she for on houcl Satisfaction guaranteed cs The same is true been possible a President R B Hayes v uie iemocraiic party Had been uusy projeaoua spectaole of everything that y this evening and caused a re- - grow mighty sweet and pretty and he of the 1 mayO ihoxivil engineer The suit was to recover monoy said to Vice President ffm A Wheeler ibout other things It had to manage ismXde of pork from hams which hail ffg which was general until it was fell in love with her Secretary of State Wra A Evarts ther profession But bavo been diverted from the pay of the Now if he hadnt taken that paper andalmos When it took IVotb fthm 11 thft roillifrip Iintwppn West tho 5late finances Secretary Treasury John Sherman aioed that Grant bad walked off jttcUraia the future clerk Wetmore to his divorced wife Bamsey Secretary of War Gen of them tu sinking fund had eo tnsch imKn A Vnrlf frt tamaftno np Avrtrtri JHI Kentucky and Missouri The what do you recon would have become the teac Shoe Maker Boot Secretary Navy Thompson of me Wouldnt I be some others fel- Â¬ lawyer dpat rifBgineer etc c Until be insisted upon going upon themoney in it that obody kuew what to i men have all along conceded Io s niCKMAN KENTUOKir Secretary Interior Carl Churz Ai one end of tCBIaine do with it and the reyelnues weref shae flavor and size and were neither sur ler or maybe notatall Disie Farmer toils all dai Sam ranging irom stand to testify in bis own Behalf- Ladies and Gents boots andjhocs made Postmaster General David M Key id or disappointed over the result She a lage trade js being done ia ncienr ana me uemocrauo party i Devens to order and in the latest fAsaio Attorney General Charles In Jyery few of the believe against the advice of his coun Â¬ two to tec Farming 3Saiie Easy visible patches put on whcjhast Jonter managed so tbatthere is no more tiilaine men because they have ihorsd mule and even ssfleshr and it - V aandpyet ten sel Admiral Porter was a dignified than when sewed All I asVjs a tf ialf ble about tho tanking fund or surplus STATE OFFICERS eaatow men in tho northern To ihe Farmers this Circufkr is Most best instrua td annot be denieiA thattheso unu3U Shop next door to City BarberShop Uh6asaads labor looking object But now how re dollars N my Illinois are industriously circus Respectfully Dedicated revenues The btato Treasury is drain T 1teb779 tides of flMhaVe a decide v aty iriiKir ihe rumor that Ttlninn will illflorernor LukeP Blackburn versed the position of the ruler of- the ed the sinking fund has disappeared It is for no personaUoggrandiZeiaent fori ess Lt Governor J 8 Canlrell Crwjls qd ejikBar tt a e tli or clatffiaasii the State has to borrow money tor petisiog appearance 0rv3 IStSble Secretary of State S B Churchill Sale t m Adyiceitecciyeu3TofJ 1UUU1U CAIICUSCa UUU Utia LISlULIGitSIl er started out conndentlvr AssisL Sec of State Thos G Harris Wfaol La teacher revenue 1o uT o Jjbuan who is in Illinois are to the on Agriculturo but simply if possiblejrztnpoFfe jgj-Mg-atlnState Auditor Payette Hewitt Leaning on the arm cAf hirstalnart tor he talked well but he talked too much themselves many good Democrats nave nao good Treasurer James W Tale yesterday effect that there is no doubt that Illi to advance or elevate the farmer to secretary M Gamtetta PjJSaL iiawatar Utorner-ueneraiOnly witness the disgraceful scram His counsel Mr Merrick the same for tbem and a good uois will send an instructed Grant dele tho high standard to which ho is so places provided BTJttEJST KEHXUCKX u 0 Rs Register Land Onice Alph Sbelden gation to Chicago It is generally ad justly entitled ble and underbidding that takes place who had argued Mr Tiidens claims constantly on hand for hire time secured to them for fourteen years visited the water color show 1 SupUJPuhJnstruction J D Pickett KEEPS sale In the first place I wish to convince every year A proposes to teach a before the Eleetoral Commrssfotr triad It has had to look after the peniten- Â¬ Lafitte The President of the Cham mitted now by the most astute politiElvis Porter 8ute Printer to restrain him but the ruler of the tiary too and it has so managed that ber though still somewhat pali and cians inoluding the friends of both tho farmer that HOUSES BUGGIES and HACKS school at one hundred dollars a month Navy was not accustomed to restraint COURT OF APPAELS Thankful for patronage heretofore ex- Â¬ that institution nas a lame or an in- Â¬ worn is daily improving in health Blaino and Sherman that it is not in TOO UOCU LABOR IS PERFORMED IN B offers his services for eighty dollars The Admiral thought the ship vra Pryor Chief Justice Thos P tended him he solicits a continuance of famy co extensivo with the civilized The German Socialists evidently ha8 their power to beat Grant MAKING A CROP Cofer same G knows the work can be done for going swimmingly bat there came s IlargiSj Thomas nines and world but then Uncle Jerry South has not the same knack of making their Their reports from Virginia are The God of Nature never designed Judges done well and he is a good Democrat meetings a success as have their French hat Grant will receive its delegation for men to kill themselves to make a seventy five dollars while D will take squall in the way of a cross examina Â¬ ICKMAN It has had our rivers to take care of confreres whose conviviality gdnerally aoJjd The enemies of Gen Grant are living they simply do it of their own it for the public money let that be tion The modest little counsel for AKERY the plaintiff handed him a letter and and it gave away one to a private mo- Â¬ ends in the Marseillaise being sung nooneavorino t0 6e tip a series of accord by working against disadvanta- much or little Tulton County Court H C Bailey asked him if he recognized the hand Â¬ nopoly composed largoly in the first with more or less harmony by all pres- antiJ1id term mass meetings in New ges all the time Judge held every 2d Monday in each They never reflect Many persons think tbat the teacher writing Let me see said the Ad Â¬ case of members of the Legislature ent Last week the German Revolu YorfcA1- - Louis Chicago Boston Cin Â¬ they never study the nature of their month He read it carefully and said and let the valuable improvements on tionists residing in Paris held a private cinnati who can be employed for tho fewest miral FoltoniCounly Quarterly Court n C Philadelphia This is a lands WITTING another go to ruin There are other meeting and two police officers in suggestion which is credited to Murat Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan dollars is the cheapest and the result I object with a comical emphasis THE OLD WAT WILL NOT DO vary April July and October that brought down the house Tho achievements of the party in the past plain clothes having been discovered Halstead who lefj New York to night Kentcuky Hickman MAGISTRATES COURTS You have tried if all your life long u that the poorest teacher who applies Admirals confidence was gone Letter fourteen years which could be men- in their midst the unfortunate myom to consult reformers of his ink with a He soon finds that after letter was handed him in his own 1st District Esq Donaho 2d Saturday WE keep on hand the finest selection of tioned but these are enough to remind idons of the law were subjected to a view to arrange forj such demonstra and get poorer every year Why is is often employed In March June September and Decern this simply because you have worked his wages are so small tbat he is com- handwriting and his confusion grew everybody that during its fourteeo who is here told ber Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in CANDIES CiaAES TOBACCO yearsof uncontrolled power tho Demo Â¬ considerable amount of rough handling Jtions Lew Woiiel to day that Sher against disadvantages You have fol- Â¬ pelled to do something else besides He argued that tbey had no relevancy which will probably result in the im- Warper M Batcmarr soe ateatae cratic party has not been wholly idle prisonment of their aggressors poar 3rd Saturday in c cheaper than any house in tewnv not get OWo solid and he lowed in the footsteps of your fathers teaching for a support man could aaOiattjetEsq He ha3 no told the council for the plaintiff that laroX Jane September and December FRESH BREAD EVERY DAT and Senator Blackburn might have The Paris Geographical Society is might as well know it iow as to await and called everybody a humbug who money to pay for books papers or he was no lawyer and said many other wrote on agriculture or did not farm indiscriminate things The trial is not ftsq MHes WrMondayin same months thought of them before putting embar Â¬ arranging a grand reception for Pro developments of April2 Mcal3 and Lunch at all hours He has no yet concluded and is of course of but 8rdiitrict E8i Heed 3rd Monday in ioy Well I hope you periodicals of any kind rassing questions Exchange The Sherman men cannot disguise just like Dad did fessor Nordenskjold and fearing that MarchVJaieV6ftmber and December I refer to it C The above is handed us by a friend the societys premises would be too their feelings and are the most dispiri Â¬ see by this time that Dad was a very time to read the few books that may little general interest fhq Miyfc CtfSaYarday ln same months poo farmer and will listen to reason be loaned or presented to him He only because of the prominence ol tho small for the number of people who ted set of political rounders nowharig 4th District Ei Dickinson 1st Mon Â¬ but from what paper it is tdken we ATTORNEY A r LAW defendant and because of the sharp Halfitead it and I will by the aid of Colonel Mc day in March June September and De Washington will flock to dont know but we do know that there explorer the greet the eminent Swedish ing about ready lo heave Sherman over Afee of Oakland Miss and Dixon has no time to attend teachers insti- Â¬ contrast presented of a man accustom- Â¬ Esq Bayaes 4th Tuesday in cember is gaid is president has secured the Collector Real Estate Agent is much truth in the questions and we tutes associations or meetings of any ed to autocratical authority compelled of Georgia same weathc Cirque des Champs Elysees for the as a political Jonah and join any CtkrDistriet Ewj-- Boas 1st Wednesday HICKMAN KT also believe that Senator Blackburn is ceremony The date will be fixed on movement to beat Grant The Blaine GIVE YOU A TEW HINTS ON- FARMING kind He soon falls behind the age to defend himself against one of tho inrMarchJune Septmberad December Will attend promptly to all bnsi former 3ZSt JCalUas Srd Wednesday in same ness entrusted him Prmit me to say just here that I moves in the same old ruts of by gone weakest of hissince the subordinates ono of our strictest Democrats and the Professors arrival and on the fol men will have nothing to do with Jlal in Southwestern Some time Senate adopted steadl as they care nothing for his have reduced the ideas or plans of generations and in a few years he is vontka Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee thus arraigns his own party only for lowing day a grand banquet will be 6th Distrvel tEsq Jones 4th Wcdnes offered him at tho Continental Hotel support or denunciation Special attention given to the investiga these genttenien to a practical demon- not really qualified to earn the small a resolution asking the Secretary of dayinlMareh1uner September and De Â¬ tion of Land titles and the purchase ana his partys good and his countrys good stration and find that they know what pittance tbat his patrons are willing to the Treasury whether any reduction A manuscript supposed to have been AND NOW YOO DONT 2d Wednesday in sole of Real Estate cember Esq in the clerical forco of that department rjau8tf We believe that tho state of facts de Â¬ written by St Peter has lately been they are talking about They know EaaiePiiontks Special to the Cincinnatti Commercial True the teachers wages are could be made with advantage to tho pay scribed to bo tho result of sending ins discovered among the property of a and It ia reliably learned from New how to make cottonwell ascorn man name Bore who died last year at England today that Grant will get on corn I prefer very low but teachers as a class are Government To this the Secretary For cotton as CITT OFFICIALS competent men to the Legislature Jerusalem at the age of 109 The ly two votes from all of these six States the old bed And why Because it 13 more to blame than any one else It yesterday senf a reply stating that no Xayer H A Tyler clover men worthy men it- may be George Warren City Jadge style of the work has led to the con- on tho first ballot This is an im drier in the spring than the middle of it is not the amount of knowledge ao reduction of clerical force can advan but men who taken from other pur- Â¬ clusion tageously be made in that department R- - T Tyler the row the soil is looser while the that it is authentic and it is CityClerkikB El Millet suits of life by popular choice and stated that the London Bible Society mense fallings off from what he has middle is hard and often it is killed quired that determines the result It except perhaps that some old and in- Â¬ been calculated and is having a wet P Fortune is not the quantity of food taken into firm employes might bo replaced by CosBctlmen T M French A A Far MEALS AT ALL HOURS ONLY 25c suddenly thrust into the duties of which has despatched a committee to blankety effect upon tho Grant boom by water standing on it all the winter the stomach but rather the manner in younger men The Secretary thinks Ii Raadle W B Plummer managing State affairs when tbey had the spot has offered Bores heirs tho Letters haro been received- hero end stock tramping on it Again all tbat Oysters and all kinds of Confectioneries Campbell sum of 0000 for its possession The from the interior of New York from the richness of your land is in thV old which it is digested tbat causes the however unless their dismissal would bo iTitkaerjH A S Warner 5ir always to be had some provisiun be mado nnjust dJ78 never previously given an hours study heirs however refuse to part with the CitjcMarshal Jas And for their old age in recognition of two delegates to Uhicago who appear row from the fact that millions of healthy growth of the child or investigation to State politics Men Wharfmaster iWa Young manuscript though it seems probable to bo somewhat demoralized yt fcXiicy roots bavo rotted in them and best of Marketmater JasA Warner there may be as the result of cram- their long service to the Government 3E without some preparation for the duties tbat tbev will to re hint strongly at a bolt Celleetor Sam TMatfscetns all the grass seed have been carried ming an intellectual as well as a phys Â¬ There are already pending before tUP MLreter Qeorge 1 Landrum Jr to the middle of the row by winds and of a legislator cant direct and manage P rjUucnauaipppppHMkaapkLe an open robelli the House of Representatives upwards It- is not the number is rOOl ical dispepsia WftUttWH State the VLZrXmn well - any more than a man d atio no irnKiaaaaaaaaaaaaav thousand pension claims and A WtLTnerW niwill J Mf mu YOUR CROP WITH ONE- - of books ref of subjects studied nor of two mgnt unless srxiiii - T WILtSELtf KYHOMEPLACE ilN Iwiihout preparation oJsaftrience sessions are ordered to- pwB J lmmmKmg fkJ2F TPTGOfSTYj EEWZSSZMHiM1 I iAojuiasAx j f gSwf aut sr futtmi tXtnania r AjJH TOWED remembedlhacroducer intellectual one hundredcah S mile south west of the Court House in luring establishment County Judge H C Bailey What intcll bull tongue plow and superiority but the method of acqui of Thus far the House out of this 3 no A Wilson the town of Hickman embracing about Count Clerk rw uiry xvep iTVisa- tr nr FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES gent voter would choose to place a man biUOnWMMHMOainaMaCHkaMtakaHiakakaLaVVri f have too name Sheriff B E Walker large number has disposed of only BBIIIIIIIIIIHaHa Tb to the beam in your old beds sitiou and the use made of them of land nearly all under fence with a without any preparation for the duties WHO OI llOVls TiJJJJJJJJJJJJJJIIJJJHnTT iucv ead of their columns Circuit Court Clerk T M French running in the center and plowing up about twenty cases snaijjjs head of Christ vunJuWscrintion A boomers in tbis city claim to bo able all the cotton roots then with same Assessor Jas Bushart of a merchant in charge of a large dry The investigation as to Mr Acklens LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING Many teachers seem to think tbeiv County Attorney A B Kingman lawyer who bought the relic for a tri in Pennsylva Â¬ plow list up by running two more motive ia reporting to the House a goods store So it is with the matter fling sum of money from the peasant to turn tho unit rules Jailer Frank Tbomasson good Cistern and Stables young bearing nia against Cameron and upset the furrows one on each side then open pupils are scholars because they hap- Â¬ document which he was not entitled to Master Commissioner J A Wilson Orchard of selected fruit good Garden of managing tho business of the State has since finding its value presented whole programme when the proper it and drop in hills plant from eight pen to recite well The tendency is report which has been conducted by County Surveyor Bobert McConnel epot and good lots of never failing water Those who are to direct its business him with a considerable amount Corbaer Blaine will have all the to twelve seeds every twenty four in- Â¬ yet too prevalent to require the learn- Â¬ the judiciary committee ha3 closed time comes Â¬ for Stock For terms apply to the underThe Communists are growing holder Pacific Slope except Nevada and the ches unless your land is rich if so Circuit Judge W W Robertson wisely should have eome education in G C The committee will soon make its re- Â¬ Commonwealths Attorney B A NcaL signed or T M Erench BC RF WALKER every day One of their organs the indications are that he will have one then plant every three feet then cover er to memorize language to teach the port and ja30 80 it is understood will exonthe line of duties to devftlvc upon them Egalite publishes the following paras half of Illinois Grant will have only with a block certain the block com- Â¬ book to the neglect of tho subject of it erate Mr Acklen from any 7 7- corrupt r WEEKLY As a general thing the management of graph At the request of a number Nevada on the Slope and in tho South presses the ground which makes all The child expects the teacher to do so motive - Courier-Journal Kentucky affairs by the Democratic of our readers and in commemoration he will fail to get more than 125 votes the seed come up Now your cotton and the parent often guages the childs Having determined to change any busi- Â¬ of the workmens blood which was shed Sherman is already assured of 100 is planted in a few days and your ness 1 will sell the place on which I dot party has been wise and well and can success by the ability to transfer the District Sunday School Con Â¬ RSCBESESTATIVE HZWSPArEK OF TSES03 live 7 miles nearly south of Hickman in challenge an investigation and a com- like water in April and May 1871 the votes from tho Southern States which team unhurt You may now rest a vention Egalitr will continue to appear in red is almost as many as Grant will get few days and then plow your corn sentences of the author to the memory Obion county Tenn containing It is designed to make tbis conven- Â¬ A GOOB PAPER FOR ALL SECTION By com- Â¬ during the two months that the red parison with other States is now regarded as settled among Then run around your cotton with a We know a school professor of physics tion the greatest possible benefit to the parison wc believe it might excel that flag of tho Commune floated at the It close calculators here that Grant cau little but long bull tongue plow ran who was seriously complained of be- Â¬ Sunday School cause and we most r Will he sent ou year postage free The Tho Broil not be nominated on the first or any as close as you can tack on a strip or TWO DOLLABS which amount will r - ISO of which is now in cultivation a No 1 of any Republican State that we know Hotel de Ville of Paris cause he dispnted the truth of some heartily and cordially invite the atten Â¬ Citizens You other ballot premium ia the shai e place is susceptible of being made elude x bandsome of and yet the points referred to in Social of Lyons say narrow board to keep clods if any statements of a book on Natural Phil- Â¬ dance and cooperation of all persons Terms liberal Will divide K a knife or various articles Stock farm flTbobk the return of might to right the from falling on your cotton then hoe tho above extract show shortcomings fete to the discov- Â¬ interested in the organization and suc- Â¬ ofute and beauty as may be selected into employment ot lotce for the good ot it leaving two stocks in each hill and osophy published prior cess of Suuday Schools in the Western from our printed lists A sample copy of The people humanity The Earth Ablaze that need to be mended SIM The Revolutionists of Ly the Weekly Courier Journal and a circu- - if desired Seagirt N J April 14 A dis right here you will find that a hand ery by modern physicists of some new Districts of Kentucky and Tennessee give it their attcntig and see ons full of confidence in this the only should lar containing tn full list of premiums Also 98 acros six miles north of Mem- Â¬ trict of dense pine forest and cedar can hoe three acres of cotton in hills fact or theory Would a blind follow Â¬ Ministers and experienced Sunday will be ent on application Memphis that competent members are induced element of progress send with their swamp fifty miles long and ten miles much easier than he could hoe one the ing of the text book in this case be School workers will be present to in Â¬ phis situated on the Paducah Tub Cocbiesl Jodbnal is a combination railroad and that hopes for an approaching triumph their wide burned over The fire continued usual way simply because he has no good teaching to serve in the Legislature Skill to teach the troduce and participate freely in the made ia 18S8 of three old Louisville brotherly salutations to their L B SUAPHERD fe20 6m 1830 Thousands of game grass to contend with and he can book without imparting correct and discussions and it is earnestly desired to rage last night impudence bluster nor personal clevthe Journal established in of the Egalite Ahe Courier in 1813 and the Democrat in that all Sunday Schools in the District and other birds and cattle were suffo- make an easy sweep from hill to hill erness be permitted to override ability knowledge of the subject 1844 Its reputation is national as well referred to should send delegates to the The smoke is so dense the sun By this time your grass and weeds thorough be cated considered prima facie convention The citizens of The Sew Sunday Latv eijita ycirculationj aud it is pronounced Â¬ obtained for new inventions or for im- Â¬ and honesty In this is tho secret of The have come up tho middle of the row ought to for two days Fulton tio ablest and best arranged pa provements in old ones Caveats Trade poor legislators Men thrust themsel- Â¬ law has not been seen of inability to teach at all one6f evidence Below we give the section of the district burned over is sparsely popu- - You may now run ono furrow in the This plan of making pupils seem to extend a most cordial invitation to all mpers Hi the world its matter being espe Â¬ Marks and all patent business promptly ves forward as candidates the people to which the bills adds so tbat the Jated Snnday School workers to attend and The flames are extending all centre of the middle that isx if your cially adapted to the Merchant the Far attended to is an will give them a hospitable reception zaer and tae Family Circle Inventions that have been rejected may choose between those offering know reader may see at a glance the law as through Cumberland and Atlantic grass is large then bar off covering up what they are really ignorant of both parent and child of the Choice from standard be most who expect to be unless a heavy rain t- and a choice selection ofbooksleadingtimes still inopposite cases U Spatented by us ing that no one in the field is compe itstands the law provided Governor counties and extinguished when falls all the grass in the middle that com-is imposition upon teacher with the brand AH to notify Edward there are request- Â¬ mag Being the and stamps the Patent Office the pletely smothers it to death which ed they Starks will only bo Â¬ axiaes or illustrated periodicals of the and engaged in patent business exclusive- tent the salary nor the honor is suffi- Blackburn approves the bill just Eclectic Teacher by May 5th Arrangements Fulton much easier done than to kill itwith a of pedagogue will be reach the sea day famished in combination with the ly we can secure patents in less lime made with railroads running into Ful Weekly for a mere pittance in addition to than those who are remote from Wash cient at all times to induce the best passed The on hoe Now in about 8 or 10 days or 14 Forked River April REPORT OF HICKMAN PUBLIC ton for reduced rates Section 10 Art 17 Chapter 20 General ington and who must depend upon the ability to enter into a personal scramthe price of the Courier Journal alone is a mass of blaze even sooner you may run around SCHOOL Statutes No work or business shall be tire country about miles of 1879 and mails in all transactions with the Patent pflrng the remainder Courier-JournLet every one strive to do all in hi and your cotton with a large Bhovel plow of cedar ble for the office and hence incompe- done on the Sabbath day except the ordi- Â¬ One hundred square Office or cultivator but do not plow very throach lSSP he Weekly power for the success of this meetings The greatest nary household offices or other work of pine forest is consumed The When inventors send model or sketeh tent men are so often cbo3en FIRST CLASS without preiSJums will be sent to THIRD DIVISION Tho time for holding it is pleasant and If any person on the Sabbath alarm is felt by the villagers who are deep as it will injure your cottou to eluba- - of five or more persons at SI 50 we make search in the Patent Office and principal remedy for this stato bf af- charity cover the roots too deep You may be found at his own or Willie Barry 45 Willie Baltzer generally convenient and there ought day shall himself for every clab of five the club advise as to the patentability free of fightini the flames Two houses now lay by your cotton in say 8 out aacfa and days 5G Lula Dickson 88 Joseph Kin- Â¬ toTbe a large attendance confidential fairs is to be found in letting aspirants any other trade or calling or shall employ were burned Correspondence raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to charge Then come back and with a large dred absent John Knoerr absent a year prices low and no charge unless patent is know that to introduce personal mat- his appreetices or other person in bor or any address free for Fillmore a distinguish other business whether the same be for Manchester April 14 There is sweep or even turning plow throw Willie Outten absent Nona Parks ed Prof J H of Cincinnati will bo Daily Courier Journal 1 a year post Â¬ obtained musician General ter in a canvass is sure defeat to any profit or amusement unless such as is no abatement to the terrible forest fire 2 a We refer t Hon Postmaster age free Sunday Courier Journal Now you aro done 59 Mack Strong 45 Mattie Stubbs present and conduct the musical exer- Â¬ out your middles be fined not less D M Key Rev F D Powers to officials and all such candidates and that the permitted above be shall The fire has have made your crop and have just 53 George Thomasson which surrounds us year postage free 82 Mary cises two nor more than fifty dollars for No travelling agents are employed by in ke U 8 Patent Office and especially people when they vote will vote as to than offense Every person or apprentice spent its force here but is hurrying got your land bedded up while your Tbomasson 7Pelejr Taylor absent each Company but a lib to our clients in every State of the Union the Courier Journal The trains on the so employed shall be deemed a separate toward- - Barnegat PROGRAMME eral cash commission or handsome prem- and in Canada For special reifctystSi principles and policies and not as to offense Persons who arc members of a Few Jersey Southern railroad to day neighoor is stilt digging up his grass Robt Martin 64 Jos Welch absent persons known to terms advice His team iums will be eiven to SECOND CLASS personalties In this manner a better religious society who observe as a Sab ran the fiery gantlet with closed win which has gone to seed FRIDAY EVENING 730 OCLOCK ow co who will thje community tbey reside in is broken down so is your neighbor bath any other day in the week than Sun Minnie Burch 70 Frank Corman Opening services and organization act as Jocal agents Any one who de Opposite Patent Office Washington D C class of ability would consent to servo day shall not be liablo to the penalty pre- Â¬ dows which were blanketed A few Your team is fat and so are you nov21 ajres to et and tc assist in extending the Address of welcome Lvery Legis- scribed in this section if they observe as passengers undertook the dangerous Your neighbor is discouraged you are 75 Fannie Gober 69 Carrie Kindrei or offer as candidates absent- William Taylor absent May sirculatlan of a paper that cannot be but Response Rev W G Dillon dozen or two first class a Sabbath one day in each seven as here- Â¬ ride Tho beat was intense and the eucouraged Iaturo bas a beneficial to any community in which it Underwood 77 Value of Sunday Schools to Church provided cars were badly scorched Now farmer pray tell me why is pay be generally read will upon ap the average is not very in A R Boone THIRD CLASS To this article and section the bill Route men in it but with an agents Lookout 14 great tbis difference You cant but I can Tho Toms RiveRj April plipation be supplied superior Value of Sunday Schools to tho pBtfit frea of charge James Dodds absent Sid Dodds just passed makes the following ad fire has crossed tho river and is spread- Your neighbor planted on the old - For specimen copies circulars etc State Henry George ing toward Good Luck Point and Is style and you on the new He bed- 51 Harvey Efinger 71 Anice Efin dition Seeking New Iloiuea address raassjfaaaasr Fears aro felt tbat it will ded in ths middlo of tho row and you gcr 44 Walter Kingman absent Jos SATURDAY MORNING 9 OCLOCK land Beach W N HALDEMAN 1 That it shall be unlawful for year 1880 promises to be the Tho Sec Tho people are fighting in the old bed He scattered his Kirkpatrick absent Fortleigh Lut Opening services President Courier Journal Co whether licensed by reach town most noteworthy in showing the Iar any tavern keeper - v Louisville Ky Rewards of Sunday school workers is the best equipped safest and most gest Europeau cmigratiou to these the State or by authority of the County tho fire Ormitts mills in the suburbs grass seed all over his bed and you trell SS Minnie Marrs absent Win or Trustees or other authority of of the town are reported destroyed pleasant line it being tho Rev W W Evans let yours come up in the middle then Ramage 70 shores whioh has occurrod in any one Ciurt town or for any saloon keeper or or Warner Brevard was present in part He sowed three bush Qualifications of Sunday bchooL vou covered it GEEAT CENTRAL SHORT LINE vcar in the entire history of this coun city other dealer in spirituous vinous or SPECIAL NOTICES any you planted of the exammathm but his grade can- Â¬ teachers els of seed to ono acre Miss Phoebe Gholson Dili Arp on the Iroas between the Northwest and Southeast II try Duriug the first three months of malt liquors to have open a bar room or His cot- Â¬ not be made up from a part Preparation of the Sunday School is the shortest and most direct route to tho present year ending March 21 other plaoo for the sale of such liquors Your paper is a great comfort to me three acres with ono bushel We lave a speedy and positive Cure for Springs and Summer re J H Saunders Teacher lesson Rev J T C Collins arriving was or in any way to sell give or otherwise Â¬ in every number I find something to ton bad lice and sore hhiu yours had Catarrh Diptheria Canker Mouth and the celebrated Virginia and East Tennessee the number of emigrants dispose of spirituous vinous or malt li- put away in mind and memory He planted on hard ground some- neither Headache in SHILOHS CATARRH REM Â¬ sorts of AFTERNOON SESSION made with trains for all oyer 35000 as agaiust only 11000 quors on Sunday EDY A nasal injector free with each Connections are He planted on What the Monroe Doctrine Is and you on loose ground did Pullman sleepers run on all for tho corresponding period of three The model Sunday School teacher Sec 2 The keeping open of a bar or thing that Ibe not know before en wet land you on dry land Use it if you desire health and points doctrine simply and pottle The Monroe He plant- of advantage to mo Through sleepers from is store or any other plnca for the salo of which will G R Throop sweet breath Price 50cls Sold by Buck night trains Nashville without change months of last year aud if this ratio Memphis to If a man can read ho ed on nis poor exhausted middlo explicitly declares that no foreign na Â¬ tho remaining nine months such liquors or the selling or otherwise timo to come Cowglll Hickmau Ky How to secure a full aud regular at kept up for Ho scrupled tion shall come over here and slide Double daily cennections on all through wm ue disposing of such liquors on Sunday shall can get a good education by taking one vou on enriched beds down our cellar door trains Business men and pleasure seek- Â¬ of the year as it nnuouuieuiy that England tendance Rev R S Fleming - A STRANGE PEOPLE be deemed a violation of the statute to good paper he can keep up with the his cotton you ran around with a hull Value of teachers meetings- W ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat the emigration will be threefold as which this act is an amendment and shall France shall not hang on our front Do you know that there are strange tanoogo and the upon onviction subject the offender to world and make himself an intcrtain tongue He dried his land out you and St Louis Railroad offers better heavy as it was last yea community wc say strange gate to do their courting that they T Milburn people in our ing member of society ho can talk up made moisture rise His cotton roots accommodations belter time and connecwill therefore bo about the pains and penalties prescribed thereEVENING SESSION because they seem to prefer to suffer and tions than any other route between the total this year struck the hard ground and brauch cant bring over their own syrup pots Book 135000 which was the in aud shall moreover for the third of a little on most any subject so by pass fheir days miserably made three times Relation of parents to lha Sunday feuso forfeit hiss license wbelher State learning is a very good thing but be ed out shedding its squares yours took and elder sprouts and make sugar in Indiges- Â¬ Northwest and Southeast Jispepsia and Liver Complaiut number of emmigrants arriving hero city County Court or town license Leave Memphis 1210 a m 820 a m who never roads the paper passes for a deep root and Tetaiued all its squares our maplo grove that Germany and Schools Rev D A Brigham tion Conetipation and General Debility in the vear 1879 or over 400000 in MoKenzie 415 a m 140 p ra Sec 3 That all acts or pans of acts in fool m nis neigtiuoruoou borne pa He planted run out cotton and you Austria cant spot no bee tree in onr W Beadles Sunday School music when BHILOIPS YITALlfcER is guaran flickuiau 800 a m all being by far the heaviest Europe conflict herewith are hereby repealed Cow- Ho crowded his woods that Italy cant cut her fire- Â¬ teed lo cure them Sold by Buck SUNDAY MORNING pers are not mucii accouut to appear Â¬ planted flue seed 1 This act shall take effect from Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730 p m an emigration to these shores that has Sec gll Hickman Ky like a Chi wood out of our hedge rows that Rus Leavo Nashville 1010 a m 815 p m ances but I never took one that didnt cotton in the drill which The model Sunday School 9 to 10 in any year in the entire hW its passage Murfreesboro 1127 a m 910 p m occurred no room to grow sia cant hit her neighbors children oclock five Hundred TboiiHnud fftroiig To this wo add section 11 of the pay ine in some way a good deal more nese babys foot bad tory of the United States It has been p ra 1040 p ra Wartrace 1222 The Monroe Uno time an old you planted in hills and it grew up at with our butter paddle In Ibe past few months there bas been Sermon on Sunday Schools Re generally supposed that the heavy in same article and chapter in regard to than I paid for it Tullahoma J 13 p m 1120 p m more taan iuuuuu ooiues oi onuou s iuru He scraped his cotton you doctrine simply means that we are tho W W Evans friend startod a paper a way down in once Â¬ u Decherd 145 p m 1155 p m crease of European emigration dur hunting on Sunday of people old Out of tho vast number u Cowan 200 p m 1210 a ra Southwest Georgia and sent it to mo plowed yours He hoed his cotton bull of tho woods botween the two AFTERNOON SESSION 3 Jlo 4 ing tho present year has been largely who have used it more than 2000 cases oclock His cottou oceans and that the man who joins Sec 11 If any person shall hunt game and I subscribed just to encourage him your3 was already hoed ii Stevenson 815 p m 130 a m All of Consumption haTe beea cured owing to tho Irish famine but this ap wiih a gun or doss on the Sabbath ho Mass meeting Bridgeport 337 p m 200 a m while it published a no could not grow for one month while farms with us on either side had bet a Coughs Croup Asthma and Bronchitis pears to be erroneous Tho Irish emi- Â¬ shall bo fined not less than five nor more and so after administrator fiSyThe speakers discussing tl Chattanooga 500 p m 330 a m had an or- Â¬ yours grow up at once thereby gain ter not move the boundary fence un tice that an yield at once henoeitis that everybody gration has thus far not increased pro- Â¬ than fifty dollars for each offen30 For information time tables and list of He made ono quarter til ho talks to us about it and tbat he aiuerent suojects laid down ti speaks in lis praise To those who have several lots in my county ing a month der to sell not usedit let us say if you have a summer resorts reached by this line call portionately any more than that of oth A New York belle has ordered a Sol inquired about tho lot and wrote balo per acre you made from one to cant sub let a patch of his farm to programme i are not expected u o- CU 1 Geo W McKenzib er nationalities but on tho contrary child the Croup and you on or address Cough or your B in debt at the close anybody until wo are satisfied that the iiiuiu mau iwuuiy minme What down to my friend to attend the sales two bales He is Agt McKeniie u 0 ifii value life dont fail to use it For lame the marked inoreaso comes mostly S700 corset Great squeezer five dollars IIo of tho year wbilo you havo money to uew tenant will raako a good neighbor will bo followed by general C P Atmobe jb Passg Agt L M R Baok Side or Chest use Shilohs Porous Germany and tho Scandinavian extravagance This is entirely too and run it up to fifty from W 2 five minutes speedy for us Thavs about all there is of it W L DANLEY did so and bid off the lot for me at lend out o riaalar- - Sold by your Druggist Forsalo Memphis or much for artificial hugging Genl Pass Tkl Agt Nashville Tcnn countries iVCowgillj Hickmau Ky Ly WitJVtcpipin HrCEMAlSr FULTON COUNTYMfeNTUOKY EHIDAY APEIL I h bs E -Â¬ WASHINGTON LETTER Tlie O Ruler of the Navy in Court Two Thousand Pension Claims Pending Mr Acklens Case 23 1880 Fiwlern Kentucky Warren liiUor Price of F tofli luttl IrmiiIiA iyrz schimiedek YOIMYM 31 EdujKE Department From our Regular Correspondent- WAsniscTos April 17 18801 To see th Admiral of the Navy iai court as a defendant and a small pug nosed clerk1 who once heldasubordi--oat- d place in the Admirals office as bis prosecutor is an instructive tab- Â¬ leau and one calculated to produce - IVV - H P Pejtlie and - -- hit X Â¬ -- f - m - iM and Livery - -- i- -- MkXSSj33S jriuiinner i - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jl COURTS Â¬ CONFECTIONEEY EATSEB Â¬ Â¬ od Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L EANDLE Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - - - Â¬ WARIRMMCBMIS Â¬ - -- Â¬ Cayttsty RESTAURANT O JK Â¬ Â¬ Citr-Treisnrer-T fiV - allnHMtfty Â¬ lJLIHTV--T- - n4iit - - 3i - - -- -- -- reiisenaDifl-ierms--vn-mreiDsiii- VRW rTie4anifeTuhlaims ptfS3lbly-fae-tirpos- c - I mitrSr Â¬ Â¬ r- - -- Farms for Sale Â¬ AJLL TBAOT8 Â¬ Â¬ PATENTS Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ al Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- - - te3e fountain - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fSrau5yJgii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- uci t o I HSiteS 1 Eli m as CO O w 6S oo o P E i 0 w rtss- CO 55 o O o H CO 03 c3 O w e3 CO H hi Z5 O o a 3 3 V2 111 o s 1 w 5 of jja a - a w H H Pi w --5 obt w j OQ 2 St 3 CO sN i O CQ E W 9 O r rf OS ca S3 O u r O O Oi CO O rf o u d co tS a - ft co S I e O P Pi O Phi s o O o J o M B 1 S 1 S E SB THE HICKMAN COURIER rUCLlSIIED EVERT FBIDAT BT W J D J o P 1 PI ft ft i h Qy WASHINGTON LETTER The W A FSJEtlOUS 55 off indicate that the storm has been wide spread and has done serious in juries in many towns north east south and west Ibe winds continuo una- Â¬ bated No further disaster is yet re ported though any craft which was outlast night must have suffered The wires are gradually bsing repaired and coming up It is turning cold and threatening snow No further storm news has been re- ceived at this city All craft inside Lake Michigan kept in harbor suffer ed only minor losses On the cast shore there has been considerable in- Â¬ jury to sllipprtrp w w u 5 GO TO 3 THE o o 2 ca J 1 H g fo pq POLITICAL Notes The Democrats hereabouts are pret ty well divided as to choice Tilden holding one half and anti Tilden one- half The delegates so far chosen to the Republican National contention stand Grant 211 Blaine SO Sherman 2 Edmunds 40 Washflirn3 Wade Haroptorcently interview TOHSABO 0 FlHIS LI UEORGE TVARRE3Ta IIICKXAX KENTUCKY OrricE ami Cliat about tlie Presidential Election xmx Indian Question Geneva Award Inimcnso OcRtrtictlon at Life and Properly In Southwest About the Patent Office Commit- - sionership From our Regular Correspondent Washington April 21 1880 The Indian question and the Geneva award bill have engrossed tho attention of Congress during tho greater part of the week Both subjects aro too well worp to bo very vigorously exciting Missouri Ilcinic Building Clinton Street St Louis April 19 It is reported that nearly all tho town of Marshfield was blown down by tho terrifio wind The Oldttl Newspaper in Western Kentucky CJcorge Warrdn C- Editor - Price of Siibscriplion 2 RIDAJY APRr23iasa eaajpiiiiiBMajCTMra nominee siHIPounrffutates Yenkob the Uanadian ground hog predicts severe frosts over a large por- Â¬ tion of tho Uuited States between the Tlth and 15th of May A war ib possible between Germany on one side and Russia and France on the other It is evident that these na tions arc preparing for an extraordi- Â¬ Tho augmentation of nary struggle military resources portends mischief The State Democratio Committee obedient to a resolution of the last State Convention requests all theeoun ty Democratic meetings to be held on the 5th of June We dont know bat presume our county convention will so order We have heard it said that the Hon -- u Millions are expended every year to clothe and feed ITIeTed men so that are doubtful but that the South will be they will be peaceable and refrain from taking scalps and cattle and burning solid for any other Democrat squatters huts It is possible that if Nine tenths of the Republicans vote in their National Convention will be the same bribe were given the burglars foot pads and common thieves all over instructed for Grant or Blaine The great fight for the nomination will be the country we would realize a quan between thess two bat it is not im tum of domestic peaco and security that would prove the home charity the probable that a new man may win the better of the two although no enthu- Â¬ prize siast even in this sentimental age will The Democrats with few exceptions advocate it If then nobody will de- Â¬ desire the Republicans to nominate fend the least bad of two policies what It is a Grant because he is their most vul- Â¬ should become of the worse principle long established in nature nerable man and because he will split and C T Allen of Princeton is likely to make the race for Congress in this Dis- Â¬ trict He made a gallant canvass as elector has distinguished himself as a member of the Legislature and would doubtless make a strong race for Con Â¬ gress Odgut not our Fulton county Dem- Â¬ ocratic Committee to take some action looking to the representation of our county in the State Democratic Con veniion to meet at Lexington June 17 Our people will support the nominee but wo are entitled to a voice and we are in favor of being represented The forest fires which have been ragg ing in Virginia during the past week have not subsided in the IcaBt In the vicinity of Petersburg and Norfolk Louses farms fences and farming im Â¬ plements are being destroyed and the linlcnse beat is doing great damiigejgl The fire is beyond all hopes rop3 of control and will have to burn its course Â¬ I TnE Kentucky Legislature has lit c rally accomplished nothing the past week Tho death of Col South the keeper of the penitentiary has brought the penitentiary question forward un der different lights The warden sys tern will most likely bo adopted but last advices the joint committee had made no report The Legislature it is understood will adjourn on the 4tb of May their party The Republicans abuse Tildcu more than any other Democrat spoken of for the Presidency and it is because of the issue he personates in regard to the election swindle The Grcenbackers held their national convention in Chicago a few days after the Republican national convention at tho same place The great State of New York is all important for the success of the Democratic ticket We cant figure up success without it judging by tho politi cal complexion of the other States and hence the great importance of the war between the Tilden and Kclley Demo- Â¬ crats If Illinois instructs for Grant then the Republicans from the Southern States can give him the nomination and they will do it Sherman the Republican hard moo ey candidate so far has only reoeived two instructed votes but Ohio is yet to hear from It shows how little credit they attach to resumption when com pared to tho bloody shirt The millionaires the great moneyed tnca he will give Iheni a strong government and they are in earnest Herein lies Grants great strength even greater than his military record Kentucky will probably instruct for Tilden but it matters not as to our choice for any Democrat will get our electoral vote Next to New York Indiana is the most important State for Democratic attention It is of late years Demo cratic but by such small majorities that our ticket for President must not only prove unobjectionable but calcu- Â¬ lated to excite their enthusiasm or we Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ written in law that human beings must be honest and work and that marauders and brigands no matter how wide they pitch their tents must yield to the benign encroachments of civilization In the light and might of civilization the Indian has no more right to tho soil over which he roams than tha prairie wolf and grizzly hear If he ia an animal of superior intelli- Â¬ gence he is alto a friend of more dia- Â¬ bolical cruelty The bill to carry out the agreement of tho Interior Department with the Utes was passed in the Senate on Monday by 37 to 1G This measure was most vehemently resisted by Western Senators who desire to open all available Indian reservations to white in Â¬ dustry or cupidity though singularly enough the two Colorado Senators were found on opposite sides It was also opposed on tho final vote by Mr Edmunds on the grounds of its unconstitutionality as infringing on the treaty making power of the executive The agreement requires the assent of three fourths of the Utes and one of the difficulties pointed out by Mr Edmunds is that they are divided into three seperate communities compelling any one of which to budge by force because out voted by the re mainder would seem a great bar i Incidentally aHo nc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ paJ fscsbbciU4at3MJHfl me xnuiacs aeve io in ri u jjy sF 1 storm last evening and then burned resulting in a frightful loss of life The telegraph wires aro all down and from tho nothing direct scone of the calamity can be obtained at the present From passengracW passed through Marshfiald on the St Louis SanFrancisco railroad at 830 last night a few facts concerning the terrible disaster are gleaned A man who arrived at the depot at the edge of town while the train was there re ported that at G30 oclock a furious hurricane struck the place and leveled all that part of the town lying west of Centre Square flat to tho ground The debris immediately took fire and the flames could be seen at some half dozen points by the passengers on the train Forty dead bodies had been taken out and many were supposed to be buried in tho ruins and burned up There were also many living still imprisoned in the debris and falling buildings AH the physicians were killed excepting two and there was great need of doctors to attend the wounded of whom it was said there wero some two hundred A relief train with twenty physicians and nurses and full supplies left Springfield Mo this morning for Marshfield and probably7 other trains will arrive during the day The storm was general in Southwest Missouri and othfer places probably suffered some damago but as the tele graph wires are all prostrated no advices have been received Violent hail and rain accompanied the wind A telegram from Springfield via Vinita and Kansas City to C W Rogers General Manager of the St San Francisco railroad says Louis that a hurricane passed a few miles south of Springfield about 7 oclock last night doing an immense lot of damage killing a great number of people Fifty deaths aro reported on James river six miles south of Springfield and a great many persons are missing The train dispatcher at Con way fourteen miles this side of Marsh field reports arriving there from SpringGeld at 11 oclock and says he found a terrible looking country from Nortuviev seven miles west of Marsh Trees t u eliyoHMfeJer noint Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rock Qowon DRUG STOEE 2Jew23ew3Srew IP E OASjE Retail Dealer In OF DR A A HICKMAN PHASiCAN AND SURGEON Staple and Fanov OFFERS KENTUCKY bis Professional Services to of Hickman and vicinity Keeps in stock at all times fresh and choice Groceries Provisions Canned and Dr Office J NOutten II Df SER Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought nor7 and kept for sale over Ilolcombea drug store Res idence Moulton St near Court House Uiij Prices Have Tumbled York Tribune Tho past week has witnessed a sharp break in the prices of iron and cotton and a further decline id wheat pork lard and manv other products Ex cept in the speculative markets this l decline has been such as do much more J w vJr ir good than barm liuiiiaiaiuiiiimn and the losses of speculators for a rise are moro than TO BUY YOUR balanced by the increased activity iu legitimate business The reduction in Medicines prices of iron will doubtless prove es- Â¬ pecially beneficial for sensible manu- Â¬ facturers and dealers have seen for FANCY TOILET ARTICLES FINS PERFUMES more than a month that control of the home market could not bo retained SOAPS PAINTS without material concessions and the OILS effect of the unnatural advance of pri- Â¬ DYE STUFFS ces since Jan 1 has been to give great encouragement and fat profits to for Â¬ eign makers CIGARS AND TOBACCO New JVJ7 ROGERS ani Confectioneries Will be pleased to see his old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see us juice bales ana bmall fronts Wont be undersold jan4tf W T Hummer GROCERIES W DIESTELBRINK space to name to show Comeand see at and Moscow Avenue jan25 i EEPS all kinds of staple andfancy PROFESSIONAL OFFERS HIS vicinity and Corner room in Laclede House meb14 1yWr Dr A M PARKEB X ZEUS lAf 0 I ST Drugs Patent Family Groceries all articles but no goods NOtrouble tho corner of Troy East Hickman Ey Office ly Â¬ Â¬ fciioptirely Paducah has always been the hot bed of Democratic party organization and hence the hot bed of opposition to Turners independent candidacies The Honorable Oscar Turner has secured a 5100000 Custom House for Paducah precisely as a faithful representative ought to have done and now mag- Â¬ nanimous Padncah forgives and forgets fawns and kisses the old outlaw And now do we see the great partisans bound together by the cohesive power of public improvements IVo lose it The electoral vote of Kentucky is for the Democratic nominees for President and Vice President and hence it would seem that the Kentucky democracy looking to the success of tfce national ticket could afford to fore go any dictatorial selection as to the individuals who shall head that ticket Any democratic nominee is sure of Kentuckys vote but wo must needs carry Indiana 2fc7 York New Jer Â¬ sey Connecticut and such doubtful States to have the ghost of a chance for success in the national election Hcnco the absolute importance of ec lecting nominees peculiarly acceptable to the people of those doubtful States We cant feel that it is good policy for Kentucky democrats to go instructed to tho national convention it may bo thereby forcing an unacceptable tick- Â¬ et upon States whose slender majori- Â¬ ties might thus be driven against us The rather should Kentucky demo crats for national success waive indi Â¬ vidual preference and say to the donbt ful States Kentucky is certain EC led the ticket that is surest of victory in your States and Kentucky will givo Wo only ask it 100000 majority select sound good democrats that you If the Democracy of these doubtful States say Tilden Hendricks Thurs man Bayard Hansock Smith or Jones let it be so aud let Kentucky democrats go to work to securo their election If our delegation goes to Cin cinnati instructed their vote may force u nomination that would lose all these doubtful States Instructions certain -- Thurman is the ablest leader in the Democratic party all concede this but as with Clay and Webster brains His must give way to availability home Ohio is Republican and that seems to shut the old man off iBayard is the purest man in the Democratio probabilities but he is not popular with the extreme partisans of his party If Grant is the Republi- Â¬ can nominee the Liberal Republicans openly announce their willingness to support Bayard Gen Hancock stands a fair chance for the Democratic nomination and his supporters claim that his nomina tion would give Pennsylvania to the Democracy A large majority of the Democratic State conventions will be held during tho month of May and then some real knowledge may bo had as to Democrat io preference So far the expression has been decidedly in favor of Tilden Kentucky is certaiirio vote for the Democratic nominee and hence it Â¬ nreiudice asrainst tho t a j apparently unable to suggest a way from the old to the now system he could not overcome his scruples as to the legality of the bill The office of Commissioner of Pat ents is about to be vacated by Gen Paine and it is rumored that his designated successor is though a lawyer without any considerable special training andexperience in patent mat- Â¬ ters His decisions on appealed ca ses in tho capacity of legal adviser to the Department of the Interior have been far from giving satisfaction Gen Paincs administration has in all re spects except personal integrity borne out the fears expressed at the time of his appointment and strengthens the argument of those who contended then as they contend now that the appoint ment should be in the line of promo tion from within the Office not only on the theory of sound civil service but becauso the requisite experience and trained judicial faculty can only be found there any difficulty which may arise from rivalry and pressure on the part of the body of examiners can surely be overcome and at least should be disregarded in face of the impor Â¬ tance of establishing the principle of the immense interests at stake There Â¬ eSi ucirecvwr IBHHIIMTr zeiBns JgfllnoTru k tSa r hfllHt whtojLjflHior The rapid decline in the price of Ii22VCSj Kasors cotton which has now continued with littlo interruption for about a month Ina distressed some speculators but is SEWING MACHINES e encouraging to the manufacturer It was reported that some leading holds Prescriptions AccmatslyCompounded ers were forced to realize during last week and the stock on hand at this at tho Drag Store of port 281417 bales against 192574 at the same date last year and at all the St ports exterior and interior 961814 bales against 586554 last year has K3 become hard to carry iu tho face of a close money market SZ2 Jf w Tho price of wheat has declined but little during the past week having fal Â¬ len in all about 20 cents per buahel S2 since Jan 1 when No 2 red winter - era O co EZ2 wheat sold at S159J here Notwith Â¬ standing elaborate statistical demon- Â¬ strations so often republished that the estimated surplus in this country is less than the probable demands of Eus rope the holders have not ventured to hold up rfjabcxnpd the point at export occur Y Pocket the KEEP8 Flourbest Lard Family Grocery and Provision Store R M METHENY artistic manner Special attention given to the regulation of childrens teeth in new addition to Lacleda Hotel ALL operotions performed in the most Coffeo Sugar Molas Â¬ c to be Bacon RT Tyler Attorneys at Law H A HICKMAN KENTUCKY ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS entrusted to their care Office found in Hickman Having no partner to divide profits with will sell goods the Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper Ground and Koasted Come and see for yourself 3Ceuntry produce of all kinds taken in exchange for go4dsor Cash marl5 LOUISVILLE KY Millet Block BWOS S CQWG IEIi cr3 J W GORMAN DEALERS IS I Cf raeoP s o S 2 52 BEING ENTIRELY REFITTED AND g ISRefurnished STOVES PRICES KEDUCED Full board and Large Handsomely-fuHeadquarters H nished room3 3 per day and Repairing TINWARE J s r noTl 4w J W ALMY Manager for all kinds of Job Work Good workmen employ- Â¬ ed and the best of material used jyll N1CHLSSHEPARD Ertxblahed la 18 IS Threshlngr Machinery and PsrtaW and Traction Engines ili JaVsl rlf 1 1 lllllfilllJll ORICINAL AND ONLY CEHUINE COMSttm aJ 0W MtrilJWrt - Saf- e- f than a halfa ws came through that town Ihe place seemed deserted The doctors and nurses who came on our train from Springfield abouttwen ty in number went from the depot alone to hunt up the people there be ing no one at the depot The relief train from Lebanon to Marshfield arrived at daylight this morning with about fif-Â¬ ty doctors nurses and helpers aud full Bmrrr ftjmtaasn a b SwPHe51 2 5sl T Er W 1 SOkKivHHI8r yz MtTliri j- - S kd - that ftfVUU0ppnTriiJJU they holdersagJWitatc when o fsatares of Power Durability Bafety Economy and Ueacty entirely anaowa m otaer Buses Btenm 1ower Ontflts and bteam Power Separators n specialty Fonrriia of Separator Iroa ax to tvrelTe horsepower also tiro styles Improved mounted Bone POTrers guarantee for superior goods and Honorable deLxg rh roaderftal nieces nlIlTIOMf i ou vnuTcs Aiaeninerxtad jwjmlirftr or urns cuiTra outer UHW I lUtfl maehlnea to th will hence Ttriins makers an stow ttemDt- iag to build and palxa off jpfgrfrtr aad xaosgxtd ImiUUau of oar afflou coons T inch experimental tad vortoless rnoTom P TnACTION nniiMf-T-- nml STRAW BURNINC STEAM ENCINESWiUi racial THE STANDARD of excaBesce OmaXafW 1 Crain JiaUxnj World MATCHLESS for GralaSxTbur TimSxnns Per- - 1 rkaromA Work fact Cleaniiur hapid of INCOMPARABLE la of Farts r Thorough Ylorkmanthip EtaiaiK rimh sad r 01 Modd Jloii work moa M MARVELOUS for of Grain inin mnvtrtdUi known a the only saeeesnu xreaner m x lax man iiznour morar mna mu moor ocas wmjif Tilfntf li naif tfwnegUU SM Mi oir4r Thirty Two Years of Prosperous and Continuous Business bythahomawttontehaBo BDsjsHWsl Ty fkVOl I is even as in Gen Painea case a physi- Â¬ cal limit to the tenure of office on the part of an untried man Call or a Democratic Stato Democracy of Kentucky At a meeting of tho State Execus tivo Committee held at Frankfort March 4 1880 the following resolu Â¬ tions wero adopted Resolved That a Democratic Slate convention to appoint delegates to the National Democratic convention to meet irr Cincinnati June 22 1880 and also to select State Electors be and is hereby called to meet in Lexington on Thursday Juno 17th 1880 at 12 oclock Resolved That in accordance with the action of the last State convention prescribing that county meetings to appoint delegates to State conventions shall beheld on the same day through- Â¬ out the State wo hereby appoint Sats urday June 5th as the day on which the Democracy shall tnectul their re- Â¬ spective county seats for that purpose The county committees are requested to give due notice and to name the hour at which the meetings will bo held In selecting delegates it is re commended that tho new rule of one for each two hundred votes cast for Blackburn and one for every fraction of one hunered and over be observed J STODDARD JOHNSTON Chn J W Tate Secy To the Convention would seem good polioy forKcntucky Democrats to let the doubtful demo- Â¬ cratic States select the nominees most likely to carry such States making only the condition that they select a good democrat Tho Kentucky Democratic conven Â¬ tion meets in Lexington June 17 The counties hold their meetings June 5th - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One hundred snd thirty two of the census superraprs out of the one hun Â¬ dred and fffry nonfinated have been confirmed nino lve been rejected and Oth Â¬ nice arc pending in the senate er names havo been sent to take tho places of those rejected and the con- Â¬ firmations will probably be completed his week The Democracy of the great Stato of New York met in Syracuse last Tuesday The Irving Hall or Tilden Democracy organized one convention and tho Kclley or anti Tildenitcs or ganized another The Irving Hall convention passed resolutions eulogiz ing Tilden but also passed a special Candidates are springing up for the resolution declining to instruct their office of Keeper of tho Kentucky pen Â¬ delegates to the National Convention itentiary to be elected by the Lcgis The Tildcnites everywhere expected laturc In the list we sco the names the great State of New York at least of D Howard Smith Harry Todd the regular party to speak out loud Gen Lyon and Mr Sam South and strong in positive instructions for There is no place like San Francisco Tilden This his own wing of the for enterprise after all Last week party failed to do though evidently the wife of a well known business man largely for him The anti Tilden con residing on Ellis street eloped Tho vention passed resolutions condemning departure was discovered about 10 Tilden and pledging their support to oclock in the evening and at the same any worthy Democrat tho National hour next morning tho husband bad Convention might nominate The tho furniture sold at auction and de- Â¬ anti Tildcnites regard tho failure of livered up the key of the house to his tho Irving Hall Democracy to instruct landlord tho afternoon of the same for their favorite as virtually the death day Ho was torribly afraid she would change her mind and return knell of Tilden Â¬ Bad for Tilden Says the Blandrillc Press The vote MILLERS old stand Clinton street for Circuit Judge was taken on the djy OYSTERS COLOGNE SAU of adjournment by the urund jury and PIGSFEDT J tries Fruits Candy Nuts resulted in nine for Rubertson four Cheese Crfekers etc specialties The best of Cigars and Tobacco for Crosslaud and three uot voting 0 Hayes looks on at tho conflict in the REFITTED REFURNISHED HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED Republican party creatiug for the GTHIS thoroughly renovated Convenient to river and railroad and attentive world just such another opening as he watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section slipped into in 1876 and wishes he mayD 79 TBltNER W could call baok just one half minute of HAS JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICKS of latest Fall and Winter 1876 to spend closeted with the un Fashions and larpe lot of samples of published manuscript of his letter of frcncD English and Uermau goods acceptance Gentlemen are invited to call and es sert26 The Rhode Island women aro cla Tii moring for suffrage on the same terms HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS as men If they get the Legislature HICKMAN KT to givo them such terms a very small portion of them can vote for 333 C2 one third tho voters of the State are sealer is disfrauobised by Rhode Islands pecu- Italian and American Marble TOMB AND GRAVE MONUMENTS liar laws STONES Tha telegrams bring a distressing A VINO reoeived a fine lot of Amer story from Misjouri The town of ican and Italian Marble I am pre Manfield capital ofWebster county s Call and examine ou the Atlantic and Pacific railroad pared to fill all orders our work has been swept away and a great num EerjuOrders from the country promptly ber of lives have been lost Other filled mayJ6 places io the track of the tornado have suffered but not to o disastrous an extent rpiIE NICEST A young Maine firmer mirriod a highly cultured Boston girl who didnt CONFECTIONERIES CANDIES FRUITS know the first thing about house keeps CANNED FRUITS ing but has devoted her youth to tho NUTS RAISENS of geology and mineralogy and OYSTERS SARDINES CIDER study jc when he took her home instead of Also tlio best brands Cigirs and To Â¬ tending to household duties she went bacco to be found in Hickman at BENNY McINTOSITS roaming about the farm aud soon dis- Â¬ Clinton St next door to S N Whites covered on her husbands land a gold Â¬ mine worth 40000 A proposition is under disoussion Ul AS STRAYS by J It Wea for the extension of the Paducah and TAKEN living 5 miles East of Hickman Elizbethtowu to a point opposite Cairo near Mud Creek iu Fulton comity Ky a distance of some thirty uiilc making on the 12th day of February lSbO Ono COW and CALF White and Black it 215 miles fiom Elizabethtown At Cow aged about Spotied both marked 14 jears Cairo connection may he mado with tho with crop nud underbit iu right and split DEALERS IN ALU KINDS OF Cairo and St Louis a lino 146 miles in left car but having no other marks or in length running from St Louis to brauds perceivable and which is apprais V Sinithers Mr II Cairo Presi i ed at tlio value of eight dollars- Witness my hand this 21st day of Feb- dent of tho Paducah and Elizibeth ruary lbSO Company is receiver of the Cairo town incuD in J W MAYES J 1 F U AXD SPECIAL AUEXTS TO and St Louis and said to bo largely LAXO rOSC HALVJ interested in it ALSO AGENTS FOB 148 acres known as the W W John WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES The spring Gsh story comes from son liud and on which he now resides Florida A Tallahasseo paper relates 200 acres neir Reel foot Lake CQS THRESHERS GAAR SCOTT 9 acres ou Mud Creek that recently while a party of ludies 80 acres near John Maddoxs ESy- - Keeps on hand repairs for same and gcutlemeu wero boating on tho 300 acres the Javan Maddox placo Wakulla spring one of the ladies on which ho formerly resided dropped a riug and it could ho seen 75 acres near Poplar Grovo MMllWIil 1 siuking in tho clear water A trout C II HUBBARD Around Chicago darted for it aud swallowed it An in Â¬ TAX PAYERS Chicago April 19 Tho storm ro genious young man present immedi UNDER TO provisions of tho city char MANUFACTURERS OF tho atoly borrowed another ring fastened ter no citizens in arrears for city taxes fcrred to in last nights dispatches do velopcd in a still greater violence to Â¬ it to a hook and let tho line down iu aro allowed to vote I am ready and anx Â¬ wards morning Tho wind and rain to the crystal water At the depth of ious to receipt all who will como forward did considerable damage iu the city about ninety feet a trout was been to and pay between this and the day of electo a this morning The Western Union approach the shinning bait seize aud tion Forbearance has ceasedmade be No irtuc Settlement STEEL PLOWS AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS The fish was hauled up further notice will bemust be 81 wires se swallow it Telegraph Company had given cut open and their lay in its stomach He verod in nearly evory direotion JAMES A WARNER City Tax Collector 3HC3CC33CSl3rJC aL31ir ports from such peints as woro not cut the lost ring Â¬ supplies of provisions clothing and medical stores and also material lor repairing the telegraph Hue The line is blown down at different points between Springfield and Conway per haps ten miles altogether A new Catholic church at Cuba ninety miles from here was blown down No dam age was due to the railroad except the destruction of one small section hou e The names of the killed and wounded at Marshfield have not yet been received telegraphic communication not be Â¬ ing restored at this writing There are also icports that Granby about a hundred miles southwest of Sprinfield is greatly damaged Warrensburg on the Missouri Pacific railroad 65 miles this side of Kansas City was badly in jured but the reports are not verified Telegraphic communication with MarshGeld was restored tonight but only one wire is working and prospects of getting full details of the ravages of tho storm are poor Capt C W Rogers General Manager of tho St San Francisco road Louis has just received the following from D II Nicholls Assistant Superintendent Advices are coming in constantly from different paits of the country showing many wcra killed or injured in tho ro mote districts It is believed many farmers families have been destroyed Seven of the and not yet reported wouuded on James river died this afternoon and fivo at Murslificldr- At the latter place all is in confusion and the peoplo are in such an excited state that it is almost impossible to get any intelligible roport Many families aro homclcssaad have taken refuge in our dopot and empty cars standing at the btation The front rooms of the court houiS arc still standing and have been converted into a morgue Tho school building is used for a hospital Up to 7 pm they have a death list of 78 and the prospect of increasing it before morning Many are yet missing and a number of people have been buried of whom no record hasbecn kept It is impossible to get a list of the dead A great many colored people aro killed or injured but no list of them has been prepared Only 14 buildings aro left standing and there is not a house in A town but is moro or less injured large number of citizens from Leba con and Springfield are doing all they cau to relieve tho suffering A car load of provisions was sent from Springfield to day and contributions are coming from all towns along the lino of tho road A special from California says that a tcrrfio storm visited that part of inonitcan country last night doing in jury to properly and killing aud wounding a number of persons Â¬ Â¬ see that 140000 000 bushels have al ready been exported and that the rail shipments from Western porta still amount to 2185 550 bushels per weak with the season of navigation close at hand The fall in tho price ofcorn also from 62J per bushel Jau 1 to 52 cents April 9 has been accelerated by shipment of 3215295 bushels by rail in the single week ending April 3 and the fall in oats has also been about 10 cents per bushel Iu mess pork tho decline since Jan 1 has been 2 per barrel and other prices of pro- Â¬ visions have generally dccliued though not as much 7V j BE NOT DECEIVED xutloerr If yen boy u riizJ unUMUmna ueueniuneirom u C7For fall particular call on oar dealer or vrlt Circular which mall free Address tons for P w S SXCH0LS SHEPAED mustrated CO ire Battio Creekj Mich O il HICKMAN WEAKFBOAT n nHT CLBBBBBBBVBBBBBBBsiiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi BiiHtWBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH iTOJfj jJSi Lage Beer Saloon John J Young Cos Proprs m NE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER Consicnmcnts Solicited pj- - Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country xnay9 79 Troduce Live Stack etc HI 1EDI HICKMAN HO KENTUCKY Merchant Tailor John Griffin 1111 A JftK3sise9 lillOBI fm I i4- J Pwpr Â¬ t Â¬ - MLM3B DTJGS AND MEDICINES Paints Oils i and Dre Stuffs KENTUCKY Â¬ ONDURANT llREWRT t Â¬ Â¬ Agricultural Implements ill I Â¬ Â¬ Cr 4 i w -- i mOia J - MMtfMEsSnmmK5BM3li - vfrfrFK - - - 5fi5HfF FvFw Vs1 a 7V5sP Ofefei Si rSyKSENi wses I rfr4 -- fc Cr miMiwBii Tli wftW ir S j JteB f r - - f J WmMWmsT pmmPrMwiii7 c- - fflttmmM ni wumuaium jtwjm r THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY Gravel Road Carried Couriers Posmoa Tho election The on TREACHEROUS TKAIEZE last CITY ITEMS An Ordinance Policeman Be it enacted by the City Council of the City of Hickman Sec 1 That the mayor be directed to appoint a policeman as is authorised by sec 1 art 4 of tho city f cnarter anu mo compensation ot said po- Â¬ liceman is hereby fixed at 25 per cent Headquarters Jbr all Kinds of School Boohs i - Saturday on the question of building the proposed gravel road after a rather hot fight resulted in favor of the tax by 22 majority The election assures a much Local Hems needed improvement and one we shall be glad see completed It is ESbort communications on public manytoultimately to continue the desire of this gravel questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres Â¬ road to Jordanp and a charter has been pondents except where wo refuse to give obtained for this purpose and if it is ever name of author built it will prove a great benefit to the Strawberries are getting ripe and we section interested While on the subject obftll have them on the market next week of gravel roads we may mention that tho position of the Courier ou such questions Mr S N White and William Tay Has been misunderstood by many friends lor are preparing to make a large amount We have sought earnestly to encourage of brick this season all such public enterprises by showing Cooks and Lonse servants arc in the advantages to farmers merchants irreat demand in Hickman and next fo and the public generally but those who may Jiavo interpreted by inference that impossible io obtain we favored special taxation for such pur- Â¬ Take BLACK DRAUGHT and you poses have misunderstood us The man- Â¬ will Merer be biirous agement of the Courier has been intend- Â¬ Forsake by Bcck Cowaux ed to be conservative on such local ques We direct the attention of parties tions abstaining from any active part wishing to buy o farm to the advertwe for or against because of the purely local taent of F H Davie in this issue For many nature of such qu cations The Btorm wliicb spread snch wide years the Courier h as pursued this di spread havoc oYer Missouri and the West rection as to local issues impelled to such did but little damage in this section- course both as a mate cr of policy and Our Venerable friend W B Mc principle Some there V actuated by their own earnestness who think a paper Connell lias been sending some currency as ft relic to the HaskvilU ought to take sides on eve ry littlo local matter that comes up and they are en Â¬ Centennial titled to their opinion but our observa Â¬ XINSLOW EESOSENS tion has been that papers which thus in- Â¬ lie azieZl and best Coal Oil in the mar Â¬ termeddle sooner or later ruin the ir busi Â¬ ket fire teat l7oi Price 30 cents per ness There are some editors ami indi gallon at viduals gifted with such nn excess of DUCK aprl23St COWOILLS manly manhood as to want to riae rough Mr E Isler late clerk in the shod over the opinions and convictions of drug hotrse of C A Holcombe is to es Â¬ all others wreck business c fcr the tablish a store at Mt Olive in connection glorious privilege of carrying a question with Dr McRee Success to them able point on some local issue W e do The Hickman Wagon Factory re not aspire to be of that class Then ati to ceived an Order this week- - From Texas the question of principle we dont far fifteen hundred wagons They comp- how any reader ot the Courier could mi s- ly-to understand it3 teachings on such ques- Â¬ the extent of eight hundred The Philadelphia Neves has fonnd a tions If we have written one line wo retired fcusiaess man who asserts that have written a hundred columns against But advertising is a linmbug It was doubt- - this principle of special taxation to make it perfectly clear so that there less lhU opinion that retired him may be no misunderstanding now or An ethereal maiden eallcd Maud hereafter we answer that the editor of Was suspected of being a fraud the Courier never yet cast a vole for a Scarce a crumb wa4 the able To eat at tie iablt special lax and we can conceive of no O Land But in the back pantry except possibly for school emergency The latest sweet thing is entitled purposes In which we will ever so vote Kiss Me Quickly Birdie Darling It is In the matter of the gravel road just described tas serio comic the serio part passed we are credibly informed that a prdnably beginning jipos the arrival of large majority of the tax payers the property tax payers we mean voted for 4he oldjaao is often said that such elec the tax An exchange says there ought to be tions are It carried by the non taxpayers a law in ibis ecun try to compel every gir but this is evidently not true of this elec- Â¬ We are certainly glad that the who is engaged to wear red bow atber tion gravel road is to be built and have given throat That wouldnt do a bit ct good our view of such matters only that those Every girl would wear one who have any desire to understand our We are in receipt of a little song n positien on such questions cau clearly do eo Will3Ty Darling Come Againl billed Without knowing the exact circumstances of the jcasew e should say that he probably- will in case yon get the old man to tie up the Jog APRII 23 1S80 Â¬ anli-bel-lu- J ie A Young Girl Fatally Injured While VE have the latest styles of Pinafore Performing on a Trapeze in Phil- Slippers Newport Ties and Sandals very dclphia cheap mch26 4t J AMBERGS SONS Philadelphia special to Cincinnati Com Kid A CHOICE selection of Ladies A terrible accident occurred at the Gloves Berlin Gloves and Lace Gloves performance this afternoon of the Ruching Silk Ties and Handkerchiefs combined xhows of Cooper Baily und Laces and Embroidery Fans and Parasols Adam Forepaugh who arc now ex and a complete stock of Fancy Notions hibiting here One of the sensational which wo will sell very low Give us a yeu convinced features has bcon a daring aet by the trial and 4t will be AMBERGS SONS mch2C J Davine family of acrobats who are ORDER TO MAKE itOOM FOR OUR known from their performances in Spring Stock we will sell the remainKiralfy Bros Block Crook Company IN der of of Dry during the early part of the season Goods our Fall and Winter Stock reduced and Clothing at greatly Mrs Daveno hangs by her feet to a prices Wo mean what we say that we trapeze forty feet in the air and holds will not be under sold Call and examine her husband who is suspended head before buying Ct J AMBERGS SONS downward Their daughter Luey a pretty giil of nineteen whose Mage name is Mile Lotto ascends a pedestal thirty feet distant and swings on a trapeze by her knees until she has acquired the necessary momentum when sho loosens her bold flics through tho air and is caught by her father On H PLAUT BRO the first performance of the act last apl9 tf Monday the girl missed her fathers grasp three times but fortunately fell Vote- - an You Please into a net stretched below To day remember that you can buy the while endeavoring to get the momentum BUT quality of Groceries at tho lowshe struck her head against tho pedes- Â¬ est prices at ap20 JOHN SITTINGS tal causing a frightful wound and throwing her sensclcst to the ground BLACK DRAUGHT I cures dyspep twenty feet below There were 8000 sia indigestion and heartburn people present at the time and a terri For sale by Buck Oowgiil ble scene followed My daughter oh God my daughter is killed shrieked Xct Us Have Peace UT THE WAR in the price of Gro- Â¬ tho wretohed mother as the bleeding ceries only shows that you can buy form was carried underneath her Phy the very best quality at tbe very lowest sieians were summoned who pronounc- prices at ed her suffering from internal injuries JOHN WITTINGS ap26 and possibly concussion of the spino She vomited a great quantity of blood and no hopes arc entertained of her re 100 GOOD FARM 130 acres cleared covery neres good wheat land and 160 acres in whole tract tolerable improvements Â¬ Â¬ and School Supplies Mi and ftiwte jj Health Ordinance of Hickman for the ensuing twelre months removnbln howavcr at the option of tho City Council 2 That it shales the duty of said health officer to watch over the sanitary condi- Â¬ tion of the city and to carefully guard ngainst all cause of disease to use all known measnres to prevent the introduc- Â¬ tion and spreading of contageou or in Â¬ fectious diseases and to perform such other duties as the City Council may from time to time determine necassary to pro mote the health of the inhabitants of the city 3 That stagnant water or other matter or substance deleterious to hexllb shall not remain npon any vacant lot or lots and it shall bo the duty of the health off- icer to have nny snch water mux r or sub Â¬ stance removed froTi nrb lot i r lols by the owner or agent of the same and if such watsr substance or matter is not removed after three days notico to tho owner or agent of said lot or lots then the health officer may have the same done at the expense of said owner or agent and the cost for removal or abatement shall be assessed against such lot or lots andi the cost thereof be recovered by warrant in the city court of Hickman and for his services in abating or removing snch water matter or substance the health officer shall be allowed- - three dollars per day to be taxed in the cost of abating or removal by the city courtof Hickman and recovered as the cost of removal c 4 The health officer shall have authari- ty to order the removal abatement and prevention of any and every sanitary nuisance in tbe city of Hickman and spec- Â¬ ify a reasonable time within which it shall be done and in tho event of the failure of the owner agen t or occupant of the 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 he or she shall oe 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 health 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 ease 5 It shall not be lawful for any person to suffer or permit any decayed vegetable or animal matter slop trash dirt or slagnant water to be and remain npon their lot or premises in the city of Hick- Â¬ man and it shall be the duty of tbe health officer after two days natice if such is not removed or abated lohave 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 person shall be fined by said city court not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars G It shall not be luwful for nny per- Â¬ son to permit any kind of dirt or filth to accumulate be and remain npon their premises in their privys stables cellars or out houses or upon their lots andif any person violates this ordinance they shall be fined not Ie33 than ten dollars nop 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 used as privies be thorouebly cleaned out and then filled to the level of the earth with good clean dry dirt or clay on orbefore the loth day of March 1880 and upon 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 tbe city court 8 The health officer is authorized to have all pits and sinks usedas privies cleaned out and filled up as above direct- Â¬ ed and the expenses thereof including three dollars for his services for supar intending the cleaning and filling of such to be tnicd against tho ojrner or occupant of the premises to be recov- Â¬ ered by warrant in the city court in ta name of the city and the premises upon which the pit or sink is found shall bo subject to the payment of the same 8 These ordinances to be in force from and after their passage Â¬ ITUITZ HCII110E9ER FASHIONABLE Be it ordained by the City Council of Hick- Â¬ man 1st That John Yf Cole is hereby ap- Â¬ pointed health officer in and for tho city upon all the fines imposedjand collected from persons apprehended by him Stc 2 This orJinanco to bo in forco from and after its passage WM School aqd FRBNZ DEALER BOOT SHOP A ND SHOE M JiCER lV ind Troy Aveuues Eisl Hickman Ky g Satisfaction guaranteed may9 North West corner of Moscow Be it enacted by the City Council of the City Hickman Sec 1 That hereafter the wharf ngs tax upon all steamboats landing with- Â¬ in the corporate limits shall be 20 per An OrdinanceWharfage ly Miscellaneous Boot and Shoe Maker HICKMAN KENTUCKY H P Pethe WOOL Highest cash price and paid for Wool by J Â¬ cent upon the amount of their freight bills where they do not exceed ton dollars and two dollars and fifty cents where their freight bills aggregate ten dollars or over All wharfago collected loss Pic Â¬ commission for collecting to be Bet apart Stationery Wall Paper as a wharfage fund to be expended only in constructing nnl keeping in repair a ture Frames good substantial wharf Sec 2 The owner or captain of any steamboat failing or refusing to pay said Toys and Fancy tax shall be fined doubly the amount of Poclitt Cutlery tax due to be recovered by warrant in the city cuurt of Hickman Goods Sec 3 This act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A marvelous cure for catarrh diptberi can Â¬ ker mouth head ache With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector for for copies of my Xeio Reduced the moro successful treatment without Price List of Picture Fronts Chromoit extra charge Price 50 cts For sale by Brackets Croquet Sets and Base Balls for Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made In- Â¬ to order and in the latest fashion visible patches put on wheih last longer than when sewed All I ask is a trial Shop next door to City Barber Shop feb7 79 Sale and Livery Stable B WmKENTUCKYPlummer STREET KEEPS sale same constantly on hand for hire ex- Â¬ HOnSES BUGGIES and HACKS Thankful for patronage heretofore tended him he solicits a eontinuance JScnd mimi tmmnu KAYSEK Hicnau BUEfc COWGILL 1878 The Best I Eicr Knew Of J G Strrkey a prominent and influen- Â¬ tial citizen of Iowa City says I have had B B Brevard AND RETAIL DEALER CONEEcfToNEBY WITTING Jy KY of J Â¬ Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for seve Â¬ TTTHOLESALE ral years and havo used every remedy without relief until I tried Shilohs V- Â¬ italizes which entirely cured me Price COWGILL 75 cents Sold by BUCK Zentcnky WE keep on hand the finest selection of THE finest line of Men and Boys Spring and Summer Clothing in the city just receiv A Mothers Grief The pride of a mother the life and joy of a home are her children hence her grief when sickness enters and takes them away Tako warnjng then that you are running a terrible risk if they havo a 7 miles from Hickman on the Hickman Cough Croup or Whooping Cough which and Moscow road I will rent or sell but lead to Consumption if you do not attend SHILOHS CONSUMPTION to it at once prefer selling For terms and price apply to cure is guaranteed to cure them Prico F M DAVIE For lamo back 10 cts 50 cents ano 1 ap123 3m side or chest use Shilohs Porous Tlaster COWGILL Sold bv BUCK 25 do ANNOUNCEMENTS For Rent or Sale A CANDIES CIGAES TOBACCO c cheaper than any house in tswn FRESH BREAD 5 EVERY DAY Meals and Lunch at all hours C L EANDLE HICKMAN ATTORNEY A I LAW Collector Real Estate Agent v -- J ed H Platjt AMBERGS SONS offer a FINE CARPET at Bros We are authorized to announce Judge W W ROBERTSON of Graves county as a candidate for re election to the office of For Circuit Judge rSi juns NAILS CASTINGS TOOLS c Circuit Judge in this Judicial District Wo are authorized to announce Mr A Hardware Cutlery COTTOX PItE31IUlI Commonwealth Attorney B Our church going people enjoyed rare opportunities last Sunday Bishop - n Dudley preached at the Episcopal church Iter W T Boiling at the Methodist ad Father Anaslasius it the Catholic Each had fine congregations When you go into an editorial room iind see dhe editor using the shears you should say Oh thats the way you make Rkv Father Feeiian Of the p paper is it He expects you to say this Rev Father Feehan the new priest ap- Â¬ and is all braced for the shock If you pointed to the charge of the Hickman omit it just so much vital force is wasted Catholic church the Paducah Hews says The universal regret expressed at the contemplated departure of Father Feehan that de- Â¬ shows plainlyby his ha wilt ever be kindly remembered present congregation who wherever he may be appointed in the future wish him happiness and sue cess We know of no preacher who leaves the city with a better record for high morals kindness and benevolence whose Some efforts were being made Taes praise was in everybodys mouth and and unsullied whose character is so day to raise money to make a test case as that neither Catholic pureProtestant has or to the validity of the special school tax ever dared to utter aught against him One of our oldest lawyers we hear as Â¬ We cordially recommend him to the good serts that there is a fatal defect in the people of Hickman Father Anastasius lately in charge of law as voted We havnt heard the result the Hickman church goes now to the Pa Â¬ Our friend Wm Flack and others ducah church and eo highly is be esteem- Â¬ oMJnion City have established a laundry ed by his people here that they sent a establishment at that place and have united petition for his retention at Hick- Â¬ brought on some Chinese to run the same man but in their disappointment as to Such a move it is said secures washing retaining him they must to soma degree cheaper and better and serves well to bo cosforlcd by the very high character regulate house help and commendation of his successor Father WE offer the best stock of ready made Anastasius has won golden opinions here Clothing for Men and Boys ever brought among Protestants as well as Catholics fo thisjmarket Also the latest novelties He is a ripe scholar cultivated travelled in Neck Ties Collars and Silk Handker- Â¬ social and well devoted to the accomplish- Â¬ chiefs Also fine Fur Hats and Straw ment of good goods both for men and boys Also cus- Â¬ WE have just received a nice selection tom made Boots and Shoes all very low at of Ladies Misses and Childrens fancy mch2G 4t J AMBEEQS SONS colored and silk embroidered Hose all The coming summer hat for women first quality Call and examine before is to bo of straw It will be knocked in buying on the front jammed in on the back aprl9 2m J ASIBERQS SONS shoved in on each side and kicked in on top Then the rim will be jammed up all ICE CREAM It you want the old around to make the whole effect harmo- - style Chrystaliied Ice Cream call at Man- Â¬ bious It will be trimmed with strips of gels old stand next Sunday sheet tin turkey wings old oyster cans Tbe new Kentucky Sunday law is jjjl debris generally It is an econom- Â¬ now in force An association in Louis- Â¬ as l can De mmIe by ical kfl ville has been organized to test its con- Â¬ ol1 straw hat running a taking ft Dys stitutionality The smaller dealers had ver u a few times ond wheel barrow best obey and await results The third hitching ott what Ter comes LaadJr- conviction forfeits license tw Promi Mr E Culverliouse general man- Â¬ Not long since we nent men talking not far distant down ager of the St Louis and Southeastern the street and one says to une tner during Col Coles ownership has resign t0 ed and will be succeeded by Mr James Way is it that all the new couTe Cos for tueir Montgomery at present Superintendent Hickman go to Steagala nnri IUtUI4tV fatnnlils That J f fli n AJWUSJ U11V 4MU pJn Oil vrillft tUkUlUUIS IUC Tmvtnvrsltn groceries I dont understand it In brant1 the other is easily explainedays the first place SUsgsla is one of the live A ill liest men in our town and in the next LOOT his groceries are all new of the best quality and the cheapest ever brought to this market and when you call for an Haviss sold our Warehouse article at Steagala s that be-- hasnt got in the house you might as well stop looking vyewill close cut our fer it is not to be bad in town in good barrels at the above GOODS of all kinds have advanced from 25 to 30 per cent but Striped etockings cover a multitude shins we still adhere to our of Query Why will people suffer with old prices Cheapest indigestion when BLACK DRAUGHT them Cash House in town will cure For sale by Buck Cowgil J H PLAUT aWSRSTTThe Hon Thomas Turner has nrva - as premium to the farmer of Fulton or Obion counties for the largest yield of Divine services MirnoDisr Ciiuecit cotton on ten acres to be ginned at Hick every Sunday 11 a it and 7J v Jf Service of Song at 9 a m man gin Sunday School at 9J a m Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7J r m Stockholders Meeting Rev E It Bbansfoed Pastor C L Handle S S Supt In obedience to a resolution of the Di Â¬ rectors of the Fulton County Agricultural and Mechanical Association it is reques -ed that tho Stockholders of said Associa- Â¬ tion meet at tho City Hall in Hickman on Saturday May 1st at 1 oclock r m to consider questions of the createst im Â¬ By order of the Board portance C L Handle Prest B T Txxer Secy to the office of Commonwealths Nkale as a candidate for re election Attorney CENJAUn HFsoH Will attend pronvptly to all busi ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kenlueky and Northwestern Tennesseo Special attention given to the investiga lion of Land titles and the purchase ana fjanStf sale of Real Estate BSJ PISTOLS KISTNERGAKHEER DEALERS IS - TOTES GRATES TIN AND COPPER IRON WARE Ro nng 3 SHEET- - ftOlMl jfej- 5- - always Cures and never Disappoints Tho worlds great Pain Reliever for Man and Seast Cheap quick and roliablo WORK done to order such as c Sjn of the Gold Stove Clinton Street Hickman Ky feb 79 ST JOB Guttering Spoutinz FUIRjSriTTTRE COFFINS HICKMAN JB c MATRASSES KENTUCKY w M - partments OUH STOCK is now complete in all its ten home that Kentucky will get S210 000 in appropriations from Congress at this scs ion including the following items 55000 to begin locking and damming tho Big Sandy 55000 for the Cumberland and 20000 to be expended between tbe Kentucky line and the falls of the Cumberland and 835000 to begin a canal around tbe Scientifically prepE6FV 55PCrTtlllzel Tb Formal Rock Oandj Old Kye SantffiSgga ia known to oar best phytlcUnffl highly commended them And the analysis of onr most prominent br chemist Prof G A MARINER in Chicago is on the label of eyery bottle It is well known to the medical profession that TOLU ROCK and RYR will afford the createst relief for Coughs Colds Influenza Bronchitis Sore Throat Weak Lungs also Consumption In the in Â¬ cipient and advanced stares Used as a BEVERAGE and APPETIZER It makes a delightful tonic for family use Is pleasant to take it weak or debilitated it grrea tone actliity and strength to the whole human f rrme 2IB21tJBK wy ia aST IIMWI1IH1 j PITCHERS CASTOKIAisnot Children grow fat Narcotic upon Mothers like and Physi SH k sJiIHr r w 5 LA XjEII reasonable terms lying one fourth of rntlo south west of the Court House in the town of Hickman embracing about B SB cians recommend CASsTLUtiA regulates the BgBAircsjU T BBBr a SB 58 T WILL SELL MV HOME PLACE ON i E3 FORTYTV70 AND ONE HALF ACRES of land nearly all under fence LARGEslnnyiMQ11I0US with a - - The Cheapest Newjpaper in the South aBf CfCBSCJ ssssrs SSTaJ 0 a W 4 O H- jp M y 1 S3 y 3 i DWELLING 3 Weekly American NASHVILLE B 3 p good Cistern and Stables young bearing Orchard of selected fruit good Garden spot and good lots of never failing water For terms apply to the under Â¬ for Stock signed or T M French C F C C B R WALKER ja30 80 falls Si J H Platjt Bro STRAY MARE and Bay mare small white spot in right eye black mane and tail Colt yearling black and few white hairs at the root of tail Liberal reward for any information Address or recovery A F OLIVER apl23 2t Hickman Ky BLACK DRAUGHT CIF V rjLYVIIEXCE XXWX1 by unprincipled deal erswhotrytopalmoff upon you Rock and Rye in place of our TOLU ROCK AND RYE which U lonlrmedlcated artlclemade At genuine hay- lnj a GOVERNMENT hTAMP on each bottle OLU A TTnVTi VTVT DONT be deceived OKK m rOILAIt FOR A YEAR Â¬ I m ft fl cures costive cess and Sick Headache For salo by Buck Cowoill There arc over one thousand bills now awaiting the aution of Congress which like our Legislature is devo- Â¬ ting most of its valuable timo to wind The Nashville Centennial Exposition will open to the general public on tbe evening of April 23d and continu ingday and night Sundays excepted until May 30th 1880 r Blanton Duncan confesses that the Greenback party is dead flat failure and advises all his old political allies to fall in line with the Democrats which is good sound advice Colonel x Whittaker the colored cadet at West Point who was reported tho other day as having been the victim of an outrageous assault by masked cadets seems to have done tho whole thing himself starting for Zululand aera Eugenie before presented her imperial crown to the church of Notre Dame des Victoires of Paris It is of great value on account of its artistic composition and the number of pre- Â¬ cious stones it contains Tho ex JSmpress lesseo of the Kentucky penitentiary fell dead in tbe Senate chamber at Frankfort on Colonel Jerry South last Thursday morning 15th iost He LIBSB BRO was one of the most popular citizens of the State and his death will be sin Â¬ cerely regretted by hosts of warm friends on the 16th without any name asks tbe Couhiek to light into the mer Â¬ chants for not bringing on certain lines What are the of fine goods and says Shall we send off from home ladies to do Tbd Codriee favors for such things patronizing home but we are not going to deoids against our unknown lady cor- Â¬ respondent Wo presume the merchants know their own business and interest and if experience has convinced them that it is not to their interest to bring- - on the class of goods our correspondent wants and she needs them why let her send off and buy them We opine her wants uot We to be suDnlied here nro mere fancy believe patroiming home to be the Left mill true policy but those who Mrictly live to the policy are the exception and there is no use fretting about the facts Of the situation A drop letter Price apllO 2w J H P1AUT Cotton Market month have been about 100 bales Owing to the decline in the staple some of our farmers are reluctant in selling We quote Low grade 8 to 9c Good Ordinary 10J Low Middling lie inst In Hickuian II MeacuaI of pneumonia The receipts this Also on the 18th int at tho residence Amberg Miss CtAUi Sijiones Funeral service by Rev E K Dransford of H C Ma Jouv Citizen Tax Payers I do not wish to be considered harsh nor do 1 wish to speculato on your delin- Â¬ But 1 am oonstrained to tell you quency taxes who havo not paid Corn The market continues dull candidly years 1877 and 1878 their unless that for the and easy at considerable decline Tbe the same is paid promptly I shall levy steamer Cole just arrived at the railroad imon and sell vour property Remember wharfboat with 8000 bags from Cape Gi that the law allows fifty eents for every six per cent additional all rardeau The receipts from the interior levy andmust be paid by the party owing of which arc limited to about 3 car loids per week the taxes Shall I make these costs or Wc quote will you pay up and save it yourselves 1 mean business That i3 the question Choice white J7c Respectfully Yellow corn 35c 15 R WALKER Sheriff janl On the river bink 32c AH republican form of government these questions will be thoronghly dis- Â¬ tbe present session of Con- Â¬ ft ry soid by DnrroisTS obocebs and cussed in is our desire and our purpose gress It w TsYUff MXLBC1IAXTS everywhere so far as we can contribute to that end that every citizen shall be fully informed upon all these questions of such vast mo- Â¬ rt ment Is our national government to be Is henceforth an imperial despotism Are the bayonet to rule the ballot Hickman copjukr lfice Friday April 23 I88C the rights of the States expressly re Â¬ to yield to served in the Constitution Shall arrogant centralized dictation COTJSTRY PKODOCC ETC and imperious party leaders under the PORK 4c cry of Liberjy rob the citizens of liberty DRIED FRUIT Apples 5 to C cents Shall Mammon be the only deity who Peaches 7 to 8 cents shall be acknowledged as having divine MEALS AT ALL HOURS ONLY 25c iniEAT market active 90aS123 per bush rights Shall laber be deprived of its MEAL 40c from wagons just rewards In order to bring it within Oysters and all kinds of Confectioneries BEES 1FAX 20c per lb the means of every man mechanic far- Â¬ d207S HIDES green Gc dry salted 12c dry mer and laborer in all vocations even in always to be bad to inform himself what flint 18o these hard times TPOOL 48a52c per lb tub washed un- Â¬ political parties are proposing we have THE BEST REMEDY washed 22 to30 cts reduced the terras of tho Weekly Ameri Â¬ FEATHERS 35a40c per lb prime can to ONE DOLLAR a year For six FOB TALLO IF 5c per lb months 75 cents Three months 40 cents BUTTER fresh 25c per lb The real value of the paper will not be Lungs Diseases of the Throat old decreased with reduction of price but POULTRY 150 Spring chickens S200a225 per dozen will be vastly increased in proportion to In diseases of tho VDj iVlilsAxO lmlmonarv orcans EGGS lOo per dozen a safo and reliable THE AMERICAN BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels PrAddress remedy is inval Â¬ Til Nashville Tenn iron bound S1C0 Flour 45Hs S150 Ay Bits uable Apple and Potato 35c Kraut and Pickle vs lX CllEKKY aPECTORAI Stands 75c to 5150 Cypress Kegs iron is MtcU remedy BEST IN THE WORLD bound 10 gals 90c Oak 90c It is n suentinc 1 of tho 5 fif combination princi- P gftTITTgSh J medicinal GROCERIES pics and curatlvo CHERRY i virtues of tho lincst BACON sides lOcts shoulders 7cls hams drills chemically 12Jcts of such united CHEESE 12al4c per pound iSjJlu power a i to iusuioCOFFEE Rio 10a20 per lb tlio greatest iKssiCRACKERS 7a9o per lb WiV mc erucicucy aiuu uiitionnity oi v COAL OIL 25 per gallon TievTww niii pnits It strikes rc- at CANDLES star 15al6c per lb the foundation of nil pulmonary diseases FLOUR Hickman Mills 5700 affordinjj prompt relict and rapid cures COcts per MOLASSES 40a 50c per bbl nntl ii cduptLd to patients of any njo or half barrel cither sex Huing very palatable tho LARD OIL 100 per gallon jounge t children tako it readily In ordinary Cousclis Colds Soro Throat LAUD bca lOcper lb Bronchitis Inlluena Clergymans GUNPOWDER 5050 per keg Korc Throat Asthma Crotip and BLASTING POWDER 550 per keg Catarrh thu effects of Avnrts CinitnY SODA 5aG per lb by the keg Pkotijhai aro loatrfcnl and jiiultitudcH Jmnnro Bl Cnrb Soda 1 of a SUGAR brown 9o hard 12U14c arc iiiiiiiinllyprctcivcrt from serious ill Â¬ ollsbtly dirty wliito color It mar appear wlitte examined by lt ness by its timely und filthtul use It SHOT per bag 200 ueir but a COMPAIStSON WITH should be kept nt hand in every houseÂ¬ STONEWARE lOper gallon CIliJltCIT AND fOAS AItI hold for tho protection it affords in sud Â¬ TOBACCO manufaed per lb50a75c BRAND ivlll abow JIAITIHIElt den attacks In Whooping cough and SALT sack salt 51 60 fine 2 tUo dlllcrcnco Consumption there is no other rcmody Sco that your Raklnc Soda fa HARDWARE ETC so rfliraiious soothing ami helpful VFlittoninllimJ2 asshouldboAl1 Low prices nro inducement to try SIKZILAlt SUUSXAIXCJUS used SOS SOUH of this many mixtures or syrups CASTINGS Sh5c per lb food iiiulu of heap and ineffective ingrcdV IRON bar size 2Jc per lb A simple but severs test cf tho eampfiratiTa rnts now offered whirh as they con Â¬ Talus ot dilTerent nraniia or Koda 13 to dissolve av PLOW STEEL 5c per lb tain no cunitivo inialitics can afford dessert spoonful of each kind with about a pint PLOW STEEL WINGS 5Jc per lb of vatr hot rreierrcd in clear plassefl Btlmngr only temporary lclicf ind aro suro to Tho delete IRON AXLES 5c per lb until all H thoroughly Jifolved disappoint the patient Diseasi s of tho rious insoluhte witter in the inferior Soda will NAILS 575 rates throit ami luns demand active and be shown aflcr settling mme twenty minutes or HORSE SHOE NAILS 30c per lb offiititc treatment and it is dangerous sooner Ly the milky appearance of tho solution experimenting with unknown mul cheap floating flociy nattar ao- and the quantity of STEEL cast M 3 A 20a26c cording to quality mediums front tho jreat liability that STEEL PLOWS 8alJo per lb these diseases may while so trilled with Bo sure and osi for Church Cos Goda and HUBS 6125a225 per sett beromo deeply seated or incurable Uso see that heir name is on the package and you PLOWS Hertweck Baltzcr Ret the purest and whitest made The uso Knocrr Ayi its Ciikkky 1ictoiiai and you will ot this with sour milk in prelereaco to BaMuij Plows No 1 000 No 2 700 may confidently expect tho best results Steel Towder saves twenty tunes its cost No i SJ00 It is of ai kiiowluigcil curative ioucr No 3 850 pound package for valuable inloma Sea one and is as cheap w its careful preparation Baltzcrs patent one horse Plow 000 ex- Â¬ tion and read carefully and line iiirudionts will allow Emi Â¬ tra plow moulds 200 each Cotton SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER nent 1Iijsiiians Knowing its composi Â¬ scrapers same tion prescribe it Tho lest of half a Powell Bro from various factories one century lies proven its certainty to euro 500aSOO plows all pulmonary complaints not already two horse horse All persons indebted to tho estato of R beyond the rcaxli of human aid plows OO0alC0O deceased uro requested to S Johnson CO Also all par come forward and settle PREPARED BY DR J C AYER SVXDRIES tics having claims ngainst said estate are lractlcal and Analj tlcat Chemists requested to file the sumo BAGGING 10al2c per yard Lowell Mass CIIAS FRENZ Admr jair 4t ROPE machine 15a20c UrLGljlSTS UUVIVCCKI EOLll BY i TIES 5aCc V A IXOXOOMME Wo have a nice lino of ladies cloaks and Sold by LEATHER kip skins 150a850 solo per shawls balmorals cotton and woolen lb 30 a 35c upper side 150a500 Atrial packago of BLACK DRAUGHT hose nubiai hoods and furs which wo PRINTS 4a8c per yard free of charge at DOMESTIC Ual2Jc per yard will sell very low Call and examine a tf J AMUERGB SONS Bite Concin JEANS 20a00c per yard 111 Madison Street Chicago tTrAt your Druggistlor It ItS gy Ask your Crocer tor tVAik yonr IVIne Merchant for Itltt sVCUldrcu Ic your Mamma Tor JIAItTIN Proprietors next Presidential election will determine questions of vital importance to every citizen of the Union Upon its results will depend the perpetuity of onr The 3- - 8 a a Having determined to change my busi- Â¬ ness I will sell the place on which I nov lire- - miles nearly south of Hickman in Obion county Tenn containing Farms for Sale HOW LOST HOW RESTORED edition of Da 52SHS 2wB ical cure without medicine of Spermator Â¬ rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Impotency Mental and 150 of which is now in cultivation The Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar Â¬ place is susceptible of being made a No 1 riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy Will divide Stock farm Terms liberal and fits induced by self indulgence or Cclyecwells Celebrates Essat on the rad JUSr PUBLISHED a now into Eimmucwal WARNER MilCHAMS RESTAURANT ai JrY SsPnr rmr toss 8 i rVAVni c sexual extravagance Tbe celebrated author in this admir- Â¬ able Essay clearly demonstrates from it if desired Also 98 acros six miles north of Mem- Â¬ thirty years successful practice that the Memphis alarming consequences of self abuse mar phis situated on the Paducah be radically cured without the dangerous railroad use of internal medicine or the applica- Â¬ L B SUAPHERD fe20 Gm tion of tbe knite pointing out a mode of cure at once simple certain and effectual by means of which every sufferer no mat Â¬ obtained for new inventions or for im Â¬ ter what his condition may be may cure provements in old ones Caveats Trade himself cheapley privately and radically ES5 This Lecture should be in the hands Marks and all patent business promptly of every youth and every man in the land attended lo Sent under seal in a plain envelope In Inventions that have been rejected may post paid on still in most cases bo patented by us any address postage stamps receipt of six Being opposite tho U S Patent Office cents or two and engaged in patent business exclusive- Â¬ Address the Publishers THE CULYERWELL MEDICAL CO ly we cau secure patents in less time 41 Ann St New York P O Box 458l than thoso who are remote from Wash ington and who must depend upon the Notice mails in all transactions with the Patent FULTOX CIRCUIT COURT Office When inventors send model or sketch Geo B Prathers admr pltiff I Equity-against we make search in the Patent Office and advise as to the patentability free of Geo B Prathers heirs and crcd J itors defendants Corrcspondcnco confidential charge Notice is hereby given to the creditors prices low and no charge unless patent is of Geo B Prather deceased that the un obtained Wc refer to HonPostmaster General dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton D M Key Rev F D Powers to officials Circuit Court under an order in the above in the U S Patent Office and especially styled cause will attend at the Conuty to our clients in every State of the Union Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from tho date hereof until the 4th Monday of and iu Canada For special references JulylbS0 to receive and hear proof of terms advice c addres claims ngainst said decedent and that all CO C A SNOW Opposite Patent Office Washington O C claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within tbe time specified nov21 above will be forever barred JNO A WILSON Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court Route march 1 18b0 Lookout SIMIiLXjL TBAOTS PATENTS Commissioners THIS fountain Â¬ 1 NOTICE is the best equipped safest and most pleasant line it being the GEEAT CBNTBAL SHORT LINE between the Northwest and Southeast It is the shortest and most direct route to the celebrated Springs and Summer re- Â¬ sorts of Virginia aud East Tennessee Connections are made with trains for all Pullman sleepers run on all points Through sleepers from night trains Memphis to xtasiivtiic without cnange Double daily connections on all through trains Business men and pleasure seek Â¬ ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat- tanoogo St Louis Railroad offers better accommodations tetter time and connections than any other route between the Northwest and Southeast Leave Memphis 1210 n in 820 a ra McKenzie 115 a m 145 p in ilidcuiaii 800 a m Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730 p m Lcavo Nashville 1010 a m 815 p ra Murfrcesboro 1127 a m 010 p m Wartrace 1222 p ni 1040 p ra Tullahoma J 13 p m 11 20 p m Decherd 145 p in 1155 p m Cowan 200 p in 1210 a in Stevenson 315 p m 130 a w Bridgeport 3S7 p m 200 a m Chattanooga 600 p m 330 a m For information time tables and list of iummcr resorts reached by this line call Geo W McKfnzik on or address Agt McKcnzie Pnssg Agt L M It C P Atmoel jh W L DANLEY Memphis or Geul Pass Tkt Agt Nashville Tenn Â¬ tegsffls S3Kw CoauinissiojicrH Notice P Harness N N ors defendants Notice is hereby given lo the creditors of N P Ilnrncss deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of tho Fultot Circuit Court under an order in the abovo stylcd cause will attend at Ihc County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof uutil tho fourth Monday of July 1880 to receive and heaf proof of claims against said decedent and that all claims not presented to him aud proven as required by law withiu the lime specified above will bo forever JNO A WILSON barred Master Commr Fullou Circuit Court- march 1 lSbO P Harness huirs and credit FULTOX CIRCUIT COURT admr plaintiff Equity against i CosmisiJmcrj4Xotite W H H W FULTOX CIRCUIT COURT Hawkins admr pltiff J Equtty Hgnlnst II 11 Han kins heirs aud J defendants creditors Notice is hereby given to the creditors of W 11 II Hawkins deceaseil that tho undersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend ai tho Counly Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 4th Monday of July 18S0 to receive and hear proof of claims against s lid decedent and that all claims not presented to- him and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever bar Â¬ JNO A WILSON red M -- tcr Commr FultqnCircjiit Couxt match 1 lSc U - k-- v f - f giwsB SnmrSMVVSSr i fkZ ofnt rztyr 14-- t- i TnWftpTSdBJSsweJS csrSSiMwl - Cw-i-- -- S -- - J lp VC i j- - n VvAua iic -- U i3 l niK EY rWrt IM lost ni vv W HILET TffMM M iiir r THE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE WLM u umw pi jwMMjjiimaCTa Wouldnt be Bull Dozed Detroit Free TrensJ How the Cuiml Joannes Vfas Bokucci Poslnn Cotrtac rcl 1 11 BEST EN THE WORLD I J I put ly Hie Iialf Wr U on n rittcri lillo ilie jurii idly traiUil In my hand iiinipl tc it MaI iVi nli I10M nsnl it r wliI iiilItM null ltut iIh linlr larp fcrl cm tlic talrway Ami Hit faint nnlli-n- -l ianli ir 1 lie hall Ami tlieviit l lip on tlic silence Cry up to me over it all Jfol isilliTcrt it up vlirre iralmlctl Tlic Uni uitpu ilin nil nf my tlicnio Tollin Iiow n in- - niplil I rat writing A lairy in on my itrcam JV little innuixtin faliy Myon liillrgirl nilli thcRoM Of IticMin in titr Imiraml tlie dewy Bloc evesof the fairies ot M lio NoiuriMns nC lite Enlrlraclc and oorii in Atliitlnr Ittii1 iv Tlio luil fnll Eutleiir tlieAttciBilantJt -- A HpAcrlp ttoii orttir Jirclianlum ami 3Inasanieiit Switch board No 1 has sixty wires radiating from it to sixty office 5 and residences throughout the city Each wire when it reaches the central office terminates in a brass strip about half an inch wide and fay two feet long J hese sixty brass strips aro arranged per- Â¬ pendicularly a quarter of an inch apart At right angj ls to the J ixty are thirty talking Htrips of the same shape and material The talking strips are sepa Â¬ rated from tho subscribers strips by a thin sheet of rubber This whole ar- Â¬ rangement stands ip against the wall with a lioy on a tall chair before it Above tho swach board are sixty belis connected with the sixty wires and each bell has a number When the bell rings the number is displayed Through each talking strip where it in tersects a subscnoer s strip mere 13 a hole and when a brass plug is inserted in oiifi ot these holes it connects that Sew York Cor lKtwt Free iltttin rrwl trle I senMal Inn the droralit tie girl th it tliK Tor iras it Moment ItLe I RiiJ ulion slie Lncw I was liusjr To come nnnpiiii in fur a Vi aT Come mwilylnc up from Iwr mother And ctaitiorinj thereat my kneo For One itlle ki- - lor iny dolly And one itlle uzzvr for inel -- One would imagine that the office of the Water Board would be a good place to secure variety but such ia far from being the case Outside of the people who pay rents when due and have no words about it there is only one other class The man who has waited until notified that the water will be shut off if he doesnt come to lime walks into the office with a look of awful dignity on his brow and says Going to shut off my water eh Silence on the part of the clerk Id like to see you try it on I would If this Water Board imagines that it runs the whole city it will find God And take from tlic lips tliat drilled her This miswtrles prayr ct to day 1 Take Lord fnini my inemry forever Tnat pitilul soh of donah And tncrniUraiid trip of the little bare feet And the one pierciiig cry on the stairl nl the ftM hand that turned licrmraj ily th heart that rcpcllcil her itself grandly mistaken More silence from the clerk If the water had been shut off Pd have given this board such a tilt as it never had before It can brow beat some men but it musnt try any Caaar- lsm on me I pot hy the lialf wrltten poem While the eii idly trailed in ray hand Write- - on lld lwonN to complete It Whod riul it or vrliud uudcrvtnd7 Dut the little bare feet on the Ktairr ay And the faint smothered laugh iu the ball And the eerie low lisp on the silence Cry np to rue over it nil ItutlancpdU Journal IXTI3IAT10XS Or IMMORTALITY The thought of our ra t years in me doth breed rcrpetiis benediction not indeed TVirthat which i nwst worthy to lie blest Delight and lilertr the siup le rnvd Of cliildlinod wficther bnv or nt rest hope still fluttering in lib With breast K ot for tbew I raise The song of thanks and praise But for thre obstinate questionings Of reuse and outward thin Palling from us TanfcJiinps of a creature ltland Moving about in world- - not realized Illsli Instincts before which ratr mortal naturo surprised Did tremble ltit for tho e first afiVctions recollection- Those shadowy Which l they wliat they may Arc yet the fountain light of all ur day Are vet a master light of all our seeing Uphold us cImtisIi and have power to make Our noisy yiars seem moments in the being Of the eternal silence truths that wake Toirifh never nor mad endeavor Which neither listlcss-ie-- x Nor man nor boy Xor all tliat Is at enmity with joy Can utterly abolish or destroy talking strip with the subscribers strip that is intersected at that point Thus each talking strip has sixty holes and each subscribers strip thirty The lowest talkiup strip of the thirty connects witn the office telephone at which a boy sits Now ruppow that A whose wire is No 7 wants u talk to B whose wire is No 45 A lift his telephrne from the hook in his office wid instantly bell No 7rimr3 above iLthe fijrure 7 is displayed Tho boy tikes brasTpTug places it in the lowest talking srip through into strip 7 He then gives a few shakes at a lover on his desk that rings the bell in Â¬ epidermis the transparent coating that protects the scntitive true sldn beneath This epidermis is in constant process of formation from the true skin and is as constantly being thrown off in minute particles It as destitute of feeling as the nails indeed the nails as also the scales on the legs of fowls and on the bodies of fishes are only modified epidermis Corns are anion- - the ex cresences of civilization A higher civilization however which shall conform the shoe to the foot instead of the foot to the shoe will know of them only as we know of the crushed feet of Chinese women Corns Coma consist of laycra of thickened Halloo A what is it says the boy Connect me with B No 79G53 Jefferson avenue says A The boy takes another plug and in- Â¬ serts it so that it connects his talking strip with No 45 Then he lattles on the lever which rings the bell in Bs office till he comes A wants Halloo B says the boy to talk with you Then the boy takes a brass plug in Â¬ serts it in sty talking strip No 1 so that it connects with No 7 then he puts in another plug in talking strip No 1 to connect it with No 45 which tel ephonicallv joiis A with B Go Htlloo A sajs the boy ahead with B When the boy wants to know if cor versation has ceased he inserts a plug into Ftrip o 7 and listens If he hears nothing h ask if they are through Getting no answer he knows conversation has ceased and so withdraws the two plugs from talking strip No 1 This takes long time to tell bu only a lew seconds tc accomplish The New York Telephonic Exchange which tva described in the Scientific Amcnran hah four hundred subscribers Â¬ As office The clerk looks out of the window I now refuse to pay the rates and you shut the water oil if you dare Ill make a lest esse of it and carry it to the Supreme Court The Clerk shifts hs weight to the other leg Yes Ill carry it to tho Supreme Court if it costs me f 10000 1 have never allowed any one to trample on me and its too late to begin now The clerk softly whistle and the in dignant citizen starts for the door halts returns slowly and says No you cant brow beat me The clerk begins making out his re ceipt I know my rights as an American citizen and I will maintain them how much is it Six dollars We have no Czar in this country and take it out of this ten Fine day remarks the clerk as he hands over the change Yes purty fair This board musnt try to bull drze me Im not the man to submit to any sort of tyranny Looks like snow dont it Is that clock right Lots of pipes frozen up I spose Well good day 1 The reported death of the Count Jjan nes recalls an incident in the cditoih room of the B iton T an crift Him years ago bafore the Count left Boston and when the genial Dan IltsfccH wai The Counts fre editor of the pan quent visits had become a scourco f annoyance to Iltskoil and his associates n tlic editorial room and but little respect wafentertained by them for the nunur ous titles claimed by the Count whih his consequential airs and lofty fctylt bad become a positive bore Rushing in iate one afternoon whore Haskeil Fox Dix and Whipple we i scratching away for dear lifo at their respective desks tho Count slapr11 downasmall slip upon Haskells dc A and afked in a loud and indignant tone Why was that item about me published in yesterday s Tra tcri ti Haskell laid down his pen and rising to his feet confronted the Count who stood in a dramatic attitude with tomen arras and said in his decided matter-of-fa- a ctmsjs j Tf hTjnvrji r sfss6 8 SdHRIE ItllB II iiillE The Cotjkier Job Printing Office is the best appointed A SPLENDID OFFER READ IT - The Courier will bo greatly improved during the ensuing year It will famish all the local news notices of meetings r Â¬ Impnro KS Carb Soda sllclitly dirty tvlitto color nppcar wlillo examined nelf but n COIiAIitSON row Is of a It mny by lt Â¬ tlio tlitrcrcscc Sco tlintvonr TS ilclnp Soda la will to and PIJE13J asslioiild bo TU smiLAit tivasAncEs used for food ciiiuicnr JIAM5IEU EiiANO Aim shot will and IVITJt ct way Mr Jonrs leave this room pointing to the door do not enter it again as long as you live we are tired of you and you may rest assured thatas long as I am editor of the Tramcipt your name shall never again appear in its colurns except under the head of Obituary Go Â¬ Alfonsos Bridal Bed Madrid Special A thickening of the epidermis having been caused at the points of special pressure this inflames still farther the skin beneath givinc rise to successive layers of thickened epidermis which cannot be thrown oil like ordinary scarf skin Between the vital force beneath and the pressure of the shoo above the cen- Â¬ tral portion comes to have the hardness of nail If a splinter is left in the fin- Â¬ ger the flesh above and around it will die and new skin bs formed below which will in time lift the splinter out But in the case of corns natures efforts are twarthed by the persistent pressure from above which constantly enlarges the corn from below The first step toward relief is to se cure a shoe anntorrvcallij corral in con tlmclion Meanwhile remove the pres Â¬ sure from the corn in whatever way may be possible A pointed knife run down carefully between the layers will easily take out for the time the central core Some times it can be picked out with the nail after soaking the feet three successive nights in warm water The soaking swells the core and liko posts lifted by the frost it seldoms returns fully to its place But as the cores always fill up again the only permanent remedy is the removal of the cause Theeb are some women so afraid of misdng a particle of gossip concerning their neighbors that they havent time to attend to their domestic affairs These are the wives who make home so happy that their husbands spend their evenings in more congenial com- Â¬ pany ming ctmposed ot two bias bands of velvet that begin In the seams next the middle forms in the tack and cross in front Skating A writer in a Philadelphia paper gives some advice in regard to this ex hilarating winter sport and makes some instructive allusions to foreign style and Fold the He Bays achievements arms and throw the body forward and aince it is forced over on the outside edge much more than with us it follows that the leg which is not Fupport ing the body must be thrown out wide in order to preserve the balance The English preler the upright body hand3 close to the side and the pendent leg close to its fellow In the run of tho Dutch peasant the body is quite in front of the feet the hands are Ireely worked and the knees depended on to a very ugly extent But even an English fen skater holds his body erect as at a dance and moves it massively to and fro not obliquely His work is there-Â¬ fore done mainly by the hips which is the best and most elegant manner when Neither does this position acquired interfere with speed in a run for we have seen the skaters of Lincolnshire make half mile burts at the rate of thirty mile3 an hour and with lonp- runnen and a fair wind behind them seventy miles a day was not considered an extraordinary pace Â¬ Â¬ The Polish basque has a novel trim Â¬ - something like freedcoi and grace Both these accomplishments are Less acquired from parents and older friends that is if the said parents are trulj on parental terms with their children which is not always the cacc Then are parents who neither converse with their own children nor allow them to talk in their presence They leave their children to the school room teachers or to teach one another and so acquire Or they community of family failing think they have done their be3t when they set a child down to pore for days Bad together over some foolish tale tricks of reading and talking areeatlv learned and scarcely ever quite got liu of A Strange Animal The Hamilton Ohio correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer tell tho fol Dr Armstrong of Symniei lowing Corner has a lunt natural in tle thape of a lamb with two bodies complete afar as the breast bone At this point the two merge into one Where the two boliesjoin it looks as though the fihoulderd were attached at the t p It has fourletrs extending outeach way or cghtina1l It ha one head thiee cars and two tails While e tea of the ight legs is capable of supjrttng tin body yet no four of thi in are n sutl u lotion or shape a to enable Uu lamb or Iambs to stabd on an four ol them at once - How to Ko id people ought to be taught ti Young read with emphasis an to talk with From the Council Chamber we pass into the Kings bed chamber which is simply but richly furnished The wails are hung with beautiful specimens of the Gobelin tapestry but the carpets are of Spanish manufacture An exquisitely carved walnut bedstead occupies the center of this room which like the royal household is principally remarkable for its elegant simplicity Adjoin- Â¬ ing is achambfe de toilette with marble bath washstand etc A short corridor separates the apart Â¬ ments of the Queen from those of her royal spouse Passing through we enter the chambre a coucher where is the nuptial couch a gem of the Parisian and fire operators Opposite each switch board on a high upholsterers art richly carved and de- Â¬ revolving chair sits a young man with lightfully upholstered in silk It cost a hearing telephone in his hand To a fifty thousand francs The interior ofÂ¬ stronger tho five Industrious young men the dome like canopy is richly upholseem engaged in a talking match The stered in rose colored silk on which The boys cunning hands have wrought flowers room is a babel ot halloos handle pl- - with a dexteritv that re- and devices with golden threads The minds one of the Swiss Bell Ringers headboard is surmounted by an em- Â¬ Four of them wrestle with the ordinary broidered shield on which the initials telephone bit the unfortunate young of the royal spouse are wrought in gold man wht wears a flat crowned hat and Tho shield is supported by two reclin sits in the right hand corner has to ine nymphs nude as Mother Eve in As the workmen had just uneaTrn his breAd by the sweat of his Paradise brow Whats that young man do- packed this jewel of a bed it is impos- Â¬ ing I asked as this perspiring in- sible at this present writing to give any dividual btnt his back and his energies further description of its beauties In to whirling around the crank of a small addition there is a chambre de toilette hand organ The old machine groaned a delightful salle de lecture with win Â¬ dows opening on the Piazt de Oriente under the infliction and remarked and en tho splendid terrace which r Whirawhirawhirawhirawhirrrr-r-r-Hes not grinding coffee said the affords a fine promenade with v chief operator hes trying to get nincent view 01 mis city J tains At present ills Wyandotte Hell have Wyandotte up here in a roof but under tho care 01 the teeti minutcif it makes such a noise down will no doubt eoon be turned into a lovely hanging garden a lArabe A there Sure enough he roused Wyandotte private reception room for ladies only and that smoty city answers with a completes the royal apartment loud and amjryring The Kissing Bush Halloo Dry Docks savs the coffee- One of the gentle customs that has Go on with Wyandotte mill man been permitted to exiRt in English And silence like a poultice cornea To heal the blows of sound home3 since tho time of the Druids While the young man removes his hat finds expression in tho kissing bush and mops his heated brow It is generally a neat bough of mistletoe The next man to him has either a fine and when the household decorations are bass voice or a bad cold and the changes going up it is rarely ever forgotten es- Â¬ he can ring on the word Halloc are pecially where there are youns men and worth the price of a concert ticket to maideno It hangs in the hall and the hear Halloo he remarks in an charm lies in leading your fair friend ordinary tone No answer beneath it and kissing her Among the Halloo interrogatively halloo middle class this feature of the holidays surpisedly halloo I expostulatively halloo is never neglected and at friendly and halloo impatiently Then he says tc family reunions it occasions much the Canada Southern I cant get the merriment In Elmira however the Michigan Central tree has been discarded Tho way to do I told the young man to brace up is not to lead vour friend beneath a tree that many a speculator hxd tried to get and kiss her there but to kiss her where the Michigan Central before and had she is for nine times out of ten when she gets under the tree shell change failed It is fun to Eee five or six numbers her mind Procrastination is the thief dropatonceonone8witch board Then of many such au opportunity the young man has to throw himself A Great Grandmother While he is attending to one man there To the latter venerable condition are half a dozen others in different parts Queen Victoria attained before she had of the city making the air blue with completed her sixtieth year a circumprofanity stance which we believe cannot be said tW7Vivin offU VV of it II J of any of her predecessors on the throne you tend to business shouts a scarcely any of whom indeed lived to dont man a mile away to see their children of the third gener- Â¬ All right sir what do you want ation There was a time tis sixty says tho meek operator years since and more when the naÂ¬ Want I want ycu to answer when tion was confidently looking forward to I ring thats what I want tho birth of a great grandchild of the Do you wish to talk to anyone sir reigning monarch and his Queen a Well yes theres a friend of mine child who might now have been King here that never heard the telephone had he lived Who shall say that could you whistle or sing him some Providence has not ordered events other thing wise for the great good of the nation Sometimes a wire goes wrong and the WLo that considers the parentage from exasperated individual at the end pours which she sprang can wish that the terrible language into the Blake trans- Princess Charlotte had lived to succeed mitter thinking the operator is getting her father Littlo did those who fits while the sweetness of his energetic mourned in November 1817 imagine vocabulary is wasted in the desert air what compensation was in store for all The switch boards are connected to- who loved their countrys best interests gether and sometimes a subscriber on under the rule of another Princess not one board wants to lajjfto a person on horn until eighteen months later That the other Then the operator shouts Queen Victoria should have lived alM Bill gimme D ready to see her eldest daughter a grandM All right heres D mother seems to be in accordance with Sam Angcll wantsBagleys tobacco those outward signs of prosperity which This dont mean that a celestial being by the rules of poetical justice such a desired a chew it merely signified that life and such a reign as her Majestys the picture man on Woodward avenue deserves And when we pray vivat He wanted to talk to the tobacco man on gtnn we are inclined to add And may she live to be a great Go Halloo Bridge and Iron In the classes who marry Well ahead High School Cant early which are the highest and the get em What is it Car Works lowest it is not such a very uncommon Halloo Boydcll halloo white lead thing for persons to live to be srreat Go on with Wyandotte Send a grandparents Probably every country coupe to Police Station All right parish can produce one or two speci Rujsell Housa mens among the poor he escaped from And in the anHalloo Russell House Bingedner wants nals of the great and noble carefully to go to House of Correction go ahead preserved by such chroniclers as Sir Canada Southern Fast Freight with Bernard Burko and Capt Dodd we halloo Cant get to depot All right sometimes meet with curiout cases of Grosse longevity and to coin a term great Grand Trunk wants to go to Point we cant Give me the Great grandpareutage Western put the Northwest into Dry Dock halloo A very rich old man had married a And thus it goes Six thousand calls young wife ami died suddenly on which a day and rarely a mistake made It is the widow raved like a maniac and ex rather a one sided game for while any claimed tit ihe doctor who Mood hy the subscriber in the city can heap tel- bedfide of the deceas2d Oh 1MI not ephonic abuse on the operators the believe that my dear partner is dead patient operator is denied the delicious ho could not die and leave me No uxury of sassinj back no hes alive Im sure hes alive You cant fool a Quincy girl When Tell me doctor dont you think so Ma lam replied tho me liral mau her fellow rises from his seat in the with much gravity theater between the acts and says Ill possible that lie may1 confers that it is be revived I be bank in a moment she dazzles him will upply the gtIviuic battery Oh with one of her most reliable smiles and pulling him back with the remark no no cried the griof strieken widow Hnd as it is to bear my fate I will I brought some with me coyly slips into his hand a pinch of cloves or have no experiment against the law of nature Lee him rest in peace roasted coilze Argo You will never hear an old fellow TurrtE is no doubt about the deterioraThe good die tion of the human race A hundred quote tho maxim It would give the old chap go a New York aairdreascr yMiiisr yefcr uilvt riis d hairpins single and double asvav finn wo to fifteen inches long and m ncakncis was that he rin inljily needs hairpins of half tnat ay 1 u CvU kuciii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Count was so taken aback that he did not utter a word but elevated his eyebrows fixed his hat mortyfirmly upon his head and strode majeotically to the door towards which Haskell still pointed and vanished behind it The editor sank back in his seat with a sigh of relief but there was a peal of laughter from those present injwhich even the sedate Whipple joined Origin of Early Rose t Tho Early Bose was raised by Mr Albert Bresee of Hubbardton t In what year it began its career Mr Prinsrle says in the Vermont Record and Farmer he is unable to say but it was first put iu commerce in 1SG8 Its origin he understands was in this Mr Bresee had been raising wise seedling potatoes for many yeais without getting anything superior to the parent sorts One fall his hired man while digging a few rows of the Garnet Chili wtifch had never been known to have seed balls found on the stalks a little ball scarcely larger than a pea From this Mr Bresee raised all his named sorts Early Ilo3e Bresees Prolific Peerless and King of the Earlies Â¬ A eimpla tut revern test of tho comparnUv Talus ot different brands ot Soda ia to dissolve t dessert fpoonfnl of ench kind tnth about a pint el water hot preferred in clear glassed etirmis until all is thoroughly dissolved Tho deleto- nous msoiamo raaiier in im inferior Boaawul be shown after settling some twenty minutes or cooner bytho milky nppeurance oftho solution nnd the quantity of floating Cociy natter ao- cording to qnalitj Be snro and asi for Church Cos Soda and eeo that their name is on tho package and you tall ct tho purest and whitest made The uso ot this with sonrmillc in preference to Baking lowdcr saves twenty tunes its cost Bee one pound pacisge for valuable tafonna tioa and read carefully SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER assessments tax and other sales markets etc etc giving information that every resident of this county ought to have rend cannot deprive himgelf of without being likely to lose many times the cost of the paper The Village Farm Town and County Talk on subjects of local interest will be supplied fully in onr columns be- Â¬ sides much interesting reading All this can be had at scarcely 4 cents a week or only 2 for the entire year Anel Better Still Almost everybody knows the high value of the American Agriculturists jonrnal that has just completed its 37th successful year It is a large beautiful journal full of plain practical reliable molt useful information for every man woman and child It pilats every year 700 to 800 original engravings of labor saving labor helping contrivances many of tbsm home made also of animals plants con- Â¬ struction of buildings etc etc The American Agriculiurut also constantly pub- Â¬ lishes exposures of the various humbugs and swindlers that prey upon the people with their artful schemes These expos- Â¬ ures save tens of thousands sf dollars to its readers every year With all its splendid features and an outlay of over 25000 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 for only 150 each year VTe are happy to announcethat we have made arrangements to furnish to cash subscribers BOTH the Courier and the American Agriculturist tor the small sum of only S2C5 a year both post paid which is but a trifle over five cents week Who will not smoke one cigarless a week or save five cents from some other needless exptnditnre if necessary to constantly supply himself and family with both of these journals Remember only 265 pays for the Courier and the American Agriculturist both sent post paid for a whole year Please tell your neigh Â¬ bors of this Send in yonr subscriptions at once The liTtmcon Agriculturist is just entering its 38th annual volume and now ia tltge time to subscribe a Citizen Tax Payers I do not wish to bo considered harsh nor do I wish to speculate on your delin- Â¬ But I am constrained to tell you quency candidly who have not paid their taxes for the years 1877 and 1878 that unless the same 19 paid promptly I shall levy upon and sell your property Remember 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 theso costs or the taxes will you pay tip and save it yourselves 1 mean business That 13 the question Respectfully B R WALKER Sheriff janlT STESAM JOB in Southern Kentucky or Western Tennessee New Type New Presses New Macliin ery AJSTD Forty years trial bs proved BLACK And Still Bettor The publishers of the American Ajrievl turisl have secured Marshall new Jargrr magnificent Steel Plate Tub Fakubk Pride one of the finest works of this great artist whose pictures of Washing Â¬ ton and Lincoln are of world wide repu- Â¬ So fine is this new work that Mr tation Marshall received 3OOOJfor engraving the slcel plate alone It was so highly valued that thirty good jndges subscribed 25 each for 30 copies of the first or artist proofs and no copy of the picture can be bought for less than 500 iiut the publishers of the American Ag- Â¬ riculturist have jnst secured the Plate and 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 packing mailing and postage on the engraving - DRAUGHT the best liver medicine iu the world For sale by Bcck CowoiLt Â¬ Tho Abandoned Ship Itcsolnte rail Mall Gazette Manv years ago the Besolute an En glish Government ship had to be aban Â¬ doned in the Arctic Seas It was found by an American Government ship taken to America repaired by the Government and restored to our Gov- Â¬ ernment It was lately condemned to be broken up Her Majesty having heard of this ordered that a magnificent article of furniture combining writing table boek shelves etc should be made out of the ships timber and sent as a present to the President of the Designs have been United States sent in by several cabinet makers but no decision has been come to atpresent Â¬ Coughs Colds SURE CURB THE Sore Throat fob BEST OF o PEINTERS Bron- Â¬ And All Diseases or TIIEOAT and LT3GS Put us In Quart Size BotUes for Famllj Ufa O ScienUficallr prepared of Balsam Tola CrjstaUUed Bock Candy Old Kje and other tonics The Formula Is known to our best physicians Is hiblj commended by them and the analysts of our most prominent chemist Prof G A MARINER in Chlcairo is on the label of Terr bottle It liwell Immm to the medical profession that TOLU ROCK and RYB will afford the neatest relief for Cougbs Colds Influenza Bronchitis Â¬ Sore Throat Weak Lungs also tionsumptlon in the In cipient and advanced stages Used as a BEVKRAOB and APPETIZER tt makes a dsliehtful tonic for family use Is pleasant to take lz weak or debilitated it gives tone actiTity and strength ili thA vfinlj hnmui nmn A AT DONT BE DECEIVED VAuL KJ JL jgjShf 11 e by unprincipled deal-ers who tirliBHBttBttCPU Rock and Rye In B RYE which tl v nlarn eMMeeeeeeeeeeM chitis Asthma Consumption TheClcvclandMillionairesBcncficciicc Among the papers of the late Leo nard Case the eccentric Cleveland millionaire a trust deed executed two years ago was found giving property valued at a million and a half of dollars for the endowment of an institu tion L vis called tne case scnoot 01ri a to be incorporate Â¬ Â¬ Subscribers can secure through thisoEce the Courier and the American Agriculturist both 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 285 Therefore I I fi TTvr ndHeeeeleeSeD ve I We Keep in Store a Well Selected Stock of n THE LATEST IXTESTIOJT IX USE FIJI HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Within tbe last few Tears there has been expended a great deal of inventive thought and genius upon what may prop- Â¬ atg Wt some r5 irontiUiip -- vTSnue p y j Auuey ms uu 7 is made sole trustee 01t ne 53m5S the bequest The institution riill he the only exclusively scientific school in the State and will he modeled probably after the Sheffield Scentinc Schcolof Yjle The corporation can do with Ihe property as it wishes without re- Â¬ serve ii I wsamm for It tS 2T2 tar Sold bv SsmkTtiMSTS GROCERS and WtSU BIKKC1IAXT3 everywhere l biy PRINTERS STATIONERY OF ALL ZINDS o sfa erly be classed as household articles the most noted rasults of which are tbe pro- Â¬ Tlie Cheapest Newspaper in tii3 South 1 1 Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ er Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 ii -- fi American Cartridges Russia was among the first to make use of the American metallic cartridges and she attempted in vaiu to imitate them Afttr wasting ten millions of cartridges made of iufeiior material she wisely concluded to buy hrr as other foreign nations have since done Some of tbe American c irtridges tent to Russia weresubjected to the unparalleled test of a five weeks soaking in the waters of Now York harbor the vessel carrying them having sunk off Staten Island on htr way out They were fished up as good as new and triumph antly passing tho ordeal of anew test of their firing quality went oa their way again and have no doubt long since added their quota to the return of casualties For pood tarti idgc Ameri can copper i3 needed a fact which the Europeans are beeinnintr to learn Even so long ago as the days of the mound buildew it wa3 discovered that our Lake Superior region produced a copper ore of uncommon purity Ore of equal purity is not it would seem to be found elsewhere and perha3 the- process of annealing is not so well underotood abroad At all events the brass made of the foreign copper abounding in the sulpburets lacks the necessary streneth and ductility and for some reason the metallic cartridges made abroad are liable to deteriorate in quality During her war with Turkey Kussia purchased large quantities of brass here one Con- Â¬ necticut firm aloso supplying two mil lions of dolars worth tf sheet brass Other governments have no doubt been purchasers lteady made cartridges have also been sent abroad in such quantities that a million has become tho unit of calculation Three forms of cartridge are givca in an illusira tion in Scribner one showing the United States government cartridge another the Peabody Mtrtini cartridge and the largest the Sharps or Remington special long range cartridge The government cartridge contains 70 grains of powder and a hardened bullet composed of one part of tin and sixteen parts lead weiehing 405 grains The Peabody Maftini has 85 grains of powder and a bullet of the same composition weighing 480 grains The loni range bullet lm one part of tin to fouiteen parts lead and weighs 550 grains the charge of powder being 103 grains The advan tages of the heavier cartridges are well shown in tho experiences of the Turkish war already refprred to Whatever else they may lack the Turks have certainly shown superior intelligence in the armament of their troops Tho English who uo the saine gun had on a smaller scale an experience simi lar to that of the Turks The rifle3 med by tho rifle brigade in the cam Â¬ paign against the Afghan wero sighted for 20011 yaid j snd tit 2 100 yards were found effective Therttlts with which our owu army i3 provided aro sighted to 1 200 yards fcsimc of the sights ucd by riflemen in long range shooting are also shown the Vernier sight and a sight combining a spirit level and wind gauge The ordinary Verner will regiser to the thou ardth of an inch and Verniers have been made so as to register tho twenty thousand th of an inch thete finer sights being used to regulate the ordinary stents Tlieso very fine sights are not adapted to military ser Â¬ vice in which the r He is subjected to a very different usage from that prevailing at Creedmoor whero the lonir range rifleman is able to give his weapon all the cure that a musician would take of his prceious Strudharius violin or his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Weekly American NASHVILLE ONE OO LLAtt FOR A YEAR Tbe next Presidential election will de- Â¬ termine questions of vital importance to every citizen of the Union Upon its results will depend the perpetuity of our republican form of government All these questions will be thoronghly dis- Â¬ cussed in the present session of Congress It is our desire nnd our purpose so far as we can contribute to that end that every citizen shall be fully informed upon all these questions of such vast mo Â¬ ment Is our national government to be henceforth an imperial despotism Is the bayonet to rulo tho ballot Are the rights of the States expressly re- Â¬ served in the Constitution to yield to centralized dictation Shall arrogant and imperious party leaders under the cry of Liberty rob the citizens of liberty Shall Mammon be the only deity who shall be acknowledged as having divine Shall labsr be deprived of its rights just rewards Iu order to bring it within the means of every man mechanic far- Â¬ mer and laborer in all vocAtions even in these hard times to inform himself what political parties are proposing we have reduced the terms of the Weekly Ameri- Â¬ can to ONE DOLLAR a year For six months 75 cents Three months 40 cents The real value of the pnper will not be decreased with reduction of price but will be vastly increased in proportion to price Address THE AMERICAN Nashville Tenn Â¬ For Cards Circulars Eill Heads Letter Heads Tags Posters Envelopes Blanks1 Etc Etc WE DUPLICATE duction of the sewing machine the wring- Â¬ er tbe washing machine tbe carpet sweeper c Almost every week w chronicle the advent of some new inven Â¬ tion by which the cares and labors of housekeepers are lessened and wemans work made easier Tbe newest thing to challenge our at Â¬ tention and gladden the heart of tho housekeeper is what is called the Novel ty Brush Holder Carpet Stretcher ana Sweeper a vary simple contrivanee de- Â¬ signed to firmly hold in position any kind of a brush or duster having an exten sion handle that enables one to wash or dust windows walls or ceilings witbont 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 hold Â¬ ing the brush firmly at an angle cleans the carpet thoroughly raises no dust and does not wear the carpet like tbe ordinary broom or brush and will outwear a half dozen brooms As a ban die for tbe scrubbing brush it is the best device ever made no more kneeling on the floor no more back aches or sore lingers As a carpet stretcher it is worth its cost as a carpet of any site 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 lever or binges is compact cheap and durable Co It is manufactured by Brown Cincinnati the well known manufactur- Â¬ ers of useful household crlicles and is sold only by their agents to housekeepers The real utility of this article will at once be seen by those most interested and we predict for it a large sale Every housekeeper in tbe land will want one Any reliable lady or gentleman wish Â¬ ing remunerative employment would do well to secure 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