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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - aSRUH - d iiruintfisffiSWiihsftTisffi r LgsyuSMEJ jr i - P t r 3BsB J WimmaaBbSmmiBBmmamm6xx HtawMm THE HICKMAN COURIER rupMSHED SVEBT FBIDAT BT tfMRGE WIRBEIT UICKilAN - KENTUCKY Clinton Street THE HICKMAN COURIER ESTABLISHED GO TO MtiMMid Tbe iTentacfcy fliMtorlcal clety So Orrtct Hcinie Building V1 t 1859 tUC EXD 7Aea OifcJf Neatpapcr in Weatttn Kentucky HECKMAK FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL- 30 1880 - -- yfcuaahi VOISr-N-3REKTIICJ TOPi Covi free 2 CSeorg Warren Editor 2 APRIL 30 1880 THE Of 1IE FLAY A A LUNATICS BEVENGtf - Price cr Subscription FRIDAY DRUG STORE OF i 111 UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT rresident R Vice President B Hayes Wto- - A Wheeler SecreryrefrStste fm A Erarls gl Ik Qll 1 Sherman Ramsey Secretary Navy Thompson Secretary Interior Carl Chur Togtmaster General David SI Key Attorney General Charles Detent Secretary of War ecretryTasary Join Gen -- STATE OFFICERS And Is the farce of life High otcr The lnglitr cnl the dancing done Hart wtf ntff run tltc c ne tu corerl WcJl rteve baduur fun Is now the banquet hall desertcdr Anil i the crynnl znVtrt dry Jfovr lucrr nights and fong di parted Well wo made them ft jr And Is the good shtpamliored lying The brund deep rva M dark and irlm While overhead the storm cJoPdn OylugT Well wovchnd oumfflnl Is all the garden grandeur vanished And licary tnnw lira liken jullt The roars gone the songsters haniaticdT Well we culled them all Why should we mourn the- curtain fatflrfg Sluts nut the light of huxr day Bine upl we hear the prompter calling Kew actors to tne play Lifes but a shifty scene weie playing A pagcunt on the worlds widotaget Ourjiartirt done there no delaying Off and take the y age Itotnnntlr Story Yif the- Klrkbrldge A7lnra at IMirfttuXpltljurbiimdtirb Irishmen and Cnthelics Irian I rru The great majority of Catholics in the United Statea are iiptive born citizens Take any State In GeCgi tie rensus shows 60jO of Irish birti and 2600 Catholics in Indiana there a 29000 of Irish birth and 15000 CathoiTr8 in UlluiuauiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiitiJiiiiwiiiiUuUiW the State of Illinois there are 120Cf 0 TO BUY YOUR Irishmen and 400 000 Catholics in scjt jLLcOuit iana there are 20 000 Catholics Even in Medicines and 17000 Irishmen 530000 Irish New Drugs OURT OP APPAELS York where there are the Catholic population amounts to 1250 Pryor Chief Justice Thos 5 000 In Pennsylvania thero are 235000 Hnrgis Thomas Hincs and Cofer FANCY TOILET ABTICL3S Judges PINE PEBFUHES Irishmen and 5G0C00 Catholics In short there are 2000000 Irishmen in SOAPS America and 10000000 of Catholics PAINTS Of course it is indisputable that the Tulton County Court H C Bailey OILS large majority of Catholics are of Irish judge heldevcry 2d Monday in each DYE STUFFS birth or descent but if we once begin to month inquire who were the ancestors of Fulton County Quarterly Court n C Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan CIGARS AND TOBACCO American citizens we shall soon find that there are no real Americans except uary April July and October kacisYrixes courts Knives Kasors the Indians t 1st District Esq Donaho 2d Saturday Z The Tay Bridge Disaster In March June September and Decem- SEWING MACHINES c Jeanie is a Scotch lassie who last year ber Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in came from Dunbeld to be croverness n arae months f 3dDistrict rEsqGoar 3rd Saturday in Proscriptions Accurately Compounded with a Pittsburg family whoso sick child she had nursed there When they urged lrcK June September and December her coming she refused and after some at the Drug Store of t Sen Miles 4tb3IoBday in same months persuasion gave as a reason that she was 8rd Digtrt Esq Iteed3rd Monday in engaged to be married to young March Jne September nad December Stewart who couldnt come with her Esq Mayes 4th Saturday in same months because he had to care for a bedridden 4th District Esq Dickinson 1st Mon day in Marcf June September and De sister But he urged her to accept the Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in cember o offer telling her he would join her in same months came When Hm January so she the destructionshe read fith District Esq Boat 1st Wednesday the dispatch of of the p March June September and December in Tay Bridge and the railroad train she E53 o cEsq tCollins 3rd Wednesday in same g IT began sobbing and exclaimed Its months Stewarts ttain and Stewart is drowned CO o C2 6th District Esq Jones 4th Wedncs The list of trainmens names next day PS ayfinj March Juuc September and be- was published and Stewarts was among 2d Wednesday in cembtr VfEsq t3 them And thus the tragedy on the same months waters of the Scotch Frith brought Q i agony to a bright and hopeful young CITY OFFICIALS heart four thousand miles away Governor Luke P Blackburn Lt Governor J S Cantrell Secretary of State S B Churchill Assist See of State Thos G Harris State Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer James W Tale Attorney General P- - Vf Hardin Register Land Office Alph Sbelden EnpU Pub Instruction J D Pickett State Printer Elvis Porter Patent COURTS Pocket Â¬ -- BUOK COWGILX Â¬ Â¬ c 4 o 3 Hi csa ilayor Cifv -- CityJudge-Gorpe CifyVAVlorbey Warren R T VTliarfmaster Wra Young 31 ark An aster Jts A Warner City Tax Collector St a J Landrum Jr Sexton Peter George Dist School Trustees W L McCutcli- ayJno W Coirgill Jas A Warner l- T P Fortune ConncUmeri TK M French A A R glhiiidle W B Plurnraer H S Campbell City MarshilJas A Warner Far--isfi- CityTreasurer t5UlU E Millet Tyler - COUNTY OFFICERS H C Bailey Mi Isar A- - Count Cleric Jno A- - Wilson Sheriff B R Walker CirioU Court Clerk T M French Assesjar Jas BusbarU A D Kingman County Attorney Jailer Frank Thoraasson iMasier Commissioner J A Wilson Coast Surveyor Robert McConnel Coroner CifcuttJudge W V Robertson Commonwealths Attorney B A Neal -- County Judge r t1 oweeklt Cbtirier Journal KEVSVATEB OF TOE SOS RET3SESTATire A GOOD PAPEtt v FOR ALL SECTION - Vfill ibt sent one year pestage free r which amouHt will i premium in theshiC of a bookor a knife or various articles of sse and beauty as maj be selected A sample coprpf Samr Aurprintcd4ists sr hSfoekly Courier Journal and a circu lar coKtamingthe full list of premiums trill be eentbn application Tub Codkies Joobkaj is a combination made in 18C8 of three old Louisville pa pers viz the Journal established in 1830 ithe Courier in 1843 and the Democrat in 1814 EjrepuUtion is national us well ss HSretiUriort and it is proneaaced ZTtnxrmCtbo aMcBt and best arranged pa-Mis iHii wrld its matter being spe 11 fo the Merchant the 4w Family Cirele Choice from standard books of the does and a choice selection of the leading mag Â¬ azines or illustrated periodicals of the day famished in ombioatioa with the Weekly for a mere pittance in addition to the price of fae Courier Journal alone During the remainder t of 187a and through 1880 the Weekly Courier-Journwithout premiums will be sent to clubs of five or more persons at SI 50 each and for every clrb of five the club raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to any address free for a year Daily Courier Journal Sl2ayear post ngcfree Sunday Courier Journal S2 a yearijposiagc free Ko travelling agents are employed by he Courier Journal Compauy bat a lib eral cash commission or haudsom prem umu JTJU be given to persons known to the xooirattnity they reside in who will Any one who de net as local ngcoj VireSto act and tonsslst in extending the ilrctinjcpf a piper that cannot be but beneficial to a ojMnucuoity in which it 5nyr e rnerlij rafi wiH upon ap 5jjieanoijbe supjilied ilk an agents duiui irec oi cnurge tor specimen copies circulars etc TWO JJOLLARS Â¬ -- The Dark Side of OHlcinl Clerkship The minor officeholder is only a mi Â¬ za nor officeholder under any and all cir- Â¬ cumstances Hardly once in a generation is a department clerk raised to the dignity of a chief Tne very fact that o he has held small places operates against CP him If he possesses political influence he does not add to it but forfeits it when CD Ho he secures a subordinate position becomes the underling of somebody and it is not a liberty to entertain opinions 9 of his own He finds it easy to earn his money but in nine cases out of ten he o finds it still easier to spend it The i clerks who save anything are almost as CD sre as those who overwork themselves o TBut the real triarcomea whcnons paTty p CD is swept out of power and the other 0 comes in Even if the subordinate office- Â¬ W holder were willing to change his politics SO to meet the changed condition of affairs o he does not usually get the chance His place is wanted by a hundred patriots of the victorious Bide and he recieves a rude notice to quit It then slowly dawns on his mind that he has not made much advance during his term of ofiiceholding He comes out just where he went in no richer no more industrious and not Beer Saloon quite eo well prepared to resume his MILLERS old stnnd Clinton street place in the ranks and fight the battle He comes to have a distaste for OYSTERS BOLOGNESAU of life PIOSFEET Fruits Candy Nuts work for that kind of work at least Cheese Crackers etc specialties The which requires him to be at his post best of Cijtrs and Tobacco early in tne morning and remain late in the evening He hangs around doing nothing but still hoping that some crumbs of patronage will again fall to his share and waiting in vain The moral is brief If a man can find JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICKS hoDest work to do on his own account he HAS of latest Fall and Winter would better do it and not trust to the Fashions nnd a larpe lot of samples of chance ot securing a public place Frencb English and German poods Ofiiceholding is the most uncertain Gentlemen are invited to call and ex trade in the world r XR o C53 o Â¬ a fa ps 8p j human being in England The waser was ottered and taken London was ransacked for native deformity and jome very remarkable specimens of unt couthnesa and misproportion were dis covered At last in St Giles one old woman was detected whose unsightli nes3 seemed to surpass anything that could have been believed She and Heidegger were brought face to face and the latter who waspn ud of his personal appearance admitted that he had at length met his match One of HeidegÂ¬ gers supporters remarked that the old woman owed much of her expression to her bonnet and he suggested that to make the contest perfectly fair Heidegger should put on the bonnet too The Master of the Revels assented and so did those who backed the old womans it supporters Heidejrzer accordiBzlr ar Dr Kirkbride thought little of the peared is the old womans bosaet and threat and would take no precaution to wnn me aia rr TnnTnrnn nmniaiBgrrri prevent hjm from carryjngit outjuntil ww nirlTiliat t b JETi one mnuBg ue paueiib was missing 41 be safe ana tnen it was too humorist at once But would itclutches no longer be disputod The Master of from the asylum Would it not place me in his the Revels triumphantly maintained his late so to speak would he not get oQ a big position of being uie ugliest of tiia Ua Oh hell reÂ¬ Dr KirkhrictO said my expense 7 1 tnongnt over tne turn here before hjngi eodhe did He joke at hurriedly and then referred the jestya subject matter high wall subject to my companion The latter returned one night 8Cel the They Say of the hospital and concealed himself in who was a thin mournful looking man They say is such a very indefinito a tree The next morning while Dr turned his sorrowful eyes on me and and irresponsible authority that it is not Kirkbride was walking in thd grounds replied only unsafe but really perilous to quote a shot was heard and the Superintend Â¬ Mo danger I guess Ask him for information emanating from so question- Â¬ ent fell to the ground wounded The his autograph able a source It is well indeed that in man then descended from the tree gun ill accepted the suggestion and the hand and gave himself up The bullet ne I mofflnt had the stout gentleman mingling with the world we meet with those possessing a high sense of honor had glanced from Dr Kirkbrides head by tht shoulder and justice to a degree that at once re-Â¬ doing no serious damage and buried growled the pulses the attempts the mouthing of a will you have itself in the soft flesh there it remains manWhat deceitful unrefined strata of society to this day A charge of assault with I beg your pardon I said I just that would tear down the firmest temple attempt to kill was entered against the of character crush the brightest hopes man but the verdict of Insanity was wanted to speak to you for a moment found and he was sentenced to the Mr Ward Will yuu givo me your and fairest prospects all to gratify a debasing taste for inventing and forming Eastern Penitentiary for safe keep- Â¬ autograph I thought he did not appear very into proportions unfounded and unsup ing and on the 29th day of last month rumors jolly and it was twenty nine years since the friendly and not at all he neither ported characterand reports derogatory to the and standing of there patient took up his abode in the Eastern humorous at any rate No laughed nor smiled he simply handed whose prominent enviabli position in jrenitentiary as Prisoner No 1 one thought he would remain there long me a plain business card which informed societj apparently rendered them a target for the class alluded to a clasi me that he but his father lost all his money by the John Jacob was a private citizen only McFagg butter merchant apparently ignorant enongh to believe war and so ended Wileys chance for that ary appetite thus gratified any freedom Twenty five years after his St Ixinis Disconcerted and somewhat cha-Â¬ temporary advantage thns gained gives attempt on Dr Kirkbrides life the venerable physician called upon him in grined I hurried back to my melancholy them a higher status Peor creature bis cell As he entered the warden companion and told him the result of leeches on suciety for they arenothng werm upon the the interview more They are the Do you know who this is said Nonsense laughed the man not bud Let us pity them for they cer The prisoner looked up quietly and a word of truth in it Just like Ar-Â¬ tainly are oqects of pity Wo find Yes after a moments pause said whom I tried to temns to deny his own identity its a them in many instances with talents for that is Dr Kirkbride getting rid of strangers useful occupations in some csuse diskill twenty fi Ye years ago He insulted trick he has ofgo Its Artemns Ward charging the duties of positions of trust as a Southern Well let him me and I promised as are alive but beyond a business or official stand- Â¬ gentleman to pqjiish him for it and 1 though notsure as you satisfied and feel at all had ing they are unsafe associates with I did did Toward the end of his life he regained half a mind not to go and hear Artemus their promises to gosip and do mischief before we evening mingle with society his reason bttiliciently to long for his old speak that the depot But queer man theyclosest friendships toonly to sunder parted at the sadden happy the home in Georgia He used to sit up in who had been my companion on hearts and to mark their course by sow well worn chair and ask his keeper his the way gave me a ticket which he in seeds of distrust wherever they go sadJv if tbey thought his people would said he had picked up But sooner Tar later the reaction comes somewbere good On April send for him before he died for one admittance to the lecture So I as a tidal wave as if it were the work 15 1877 ho quietly expired at the age went and boy Jike got a front seat and of a rule of divine dispensation and of C8 impatiently awaited the arrival of the there we find them in their pitiable but sneaker At last became not the litte true sphere unhappy mortals only The Indian Who Ato His Family round red faced man in spectacles hut recogni2 u through courtesy but never North the tall lean lank melancholy individ- Â¬ confided in Shunned without near The first man hanged in tho Swift Knnner west Territory was ual I had traveled with that afternoon friends of enobling influence truly an Indian The execution took ptce at I saw through the whole thing at once they are to he pitied as well as avoided Mullen Fori Saskatchewan and it occuired a- few I had been imposed on cheated and days bofore Christmas last The Indian made the victim of a quiet joko by the iUXAR FEVEK kill- - renowned showmanhim8clf whs bnnf for the horrible crime of I wanted Â¬ Â¬ Six or seven years after the Kirk bride Insane Asylum was opened in West Philadelphia a young man was brought there for treatment for a raild form of insanity He was the son of a wealthy Georgian planter and large slave owner Ha was educated at Yale College but before graduating he ran aWay to sea and after some years absence he was picked up by an American vessel on one of the Southern Pacinc Islands He then returned home but about a year later his mind became disordered and he was sent to Kirkbrides Asylum His case was rarely violent and the keepers regarded his threats of vengeance as harmless One day he asked Dr Kirk bride to allow him to go to Washington to visit some friends hut the doctor re fused positively All right sir the man replied yon refused me and upon the honor of a Southern gentleman you shall pay for One of Wards Anecdotes A writer in the N Y Mercury says It is ope of the privileges of youth to be curious The boy who throws a stone over a neigboring fence is curious to learnthedamage he has done and the same curiosity exists as to everything else Once in a while the curiosity of the fhvenile gets the better of him as it didjef me when I was a mere lad With a queer ambition to see and be seen py great men I was returning home from school and wherfaboHt half way to my destination found myself to my surprise seated in the same car with no less a personage than Artemns Ward I knew it was he for a man by my side told me so We were talking of matters and things when I expressed a desire to see tho great showman who even then was advertised to lecture that very night in my native town and was told that Ar- Â¬ temns was at that moment iu the same car with mvself Where I asked eagerly turning to my informant Over there was the quiet reply poinittrto a portly gentleman ia spec Â¬ tacles 47rffiHtt jeaSiefflUsUJ I wi4 Uiillled Mkh the information The tiglicsf ainhiti England George II had a Muster of the Revels named Heidegger- - That he Was egreg iously ugly admitted of no doubt His hideousuess was proverbfall It amount- Â¬ ed to distinction So much that two yonng gentlemen were found prepared to wagCr that Heidegger was the tgliest IVRESS OPINIONS OD TO OIVE UP in Commonwea Ufa is ha c Bee3 withheld iers of the Kentucky session would have by a month at least from the If Lecislaturt been short Five doliai with passei ure is too while a prei ray Sundays o and come included at pleas a thing to give up remains for holding TVAN7K TWOBt BEAT A nnmlftrftsf- Tpmnimiii n want Gen Gjrajt nominated forPresi dent beca8jlB can be beaten so easi Â¬ ly but tKesftSpbablv as roanv Itennh- Qt Mr Tilden nomina- lican papers reason LTJiZCVKTliSa IP J Durham -- i5i town Times mtic leader I an- es ticket if Tilden can fXam r t that I would not - not so far I i fSlfiW r Cor Conner Journal Kentucky has an historical society in embryo which should receive tha prompt succor of the Legislature The Jjtate has appropriated ever and snms to-- perpetuate the names and deeds ofall her citizens who have helped to make her great and prosperous The pittance asked for in bill now pending should be promptly voted In fact tbe bill is for tbe benefit of the Sfate itself for not only are the officers oltbe society working for the honor and develop--men- t of Kentucky without fee or re- Â¬ ward but by tbe charter Ibe ectiro ef fects and property of the society belong to tbe State This is one of the most popular and certainly one of the ruosi disinterested measures before the Leg istature Nobody has an ax to grind It is a popnlar measure also Not a single newspaper nor individual any- where has opposed the proposed ap- Â¬ propriation wonld be indorsed by tho whole- - Stats Tbe object of the small appropriation asked for is to fit up two rooms in the capitol building in which to preserve thd archieves of the Stata from decay and rnin Already valu Â¬ able doesmeDis have disappeared and others aie nelderiDg into dost Oth- Â¬ er States have attended to thi practi- Â¬ cal common sense matter a half cen- tury ago andit behoves Kentucky to e a- - - Â¬ Tbe Missouri colored Republican are insisting that Senator Bruce or some representative man of their race shall be placed upon the Republican Presidential ticket for Vice President and they say this demand will be made at the Chicago Convention by all tho colored delegates from the South and that it must be acceded to Of course this demand will be readilv granted as the Republican party has DOtll ever been considerate of the wishes of The wheat crop in Western Kansas the negroes when office is asked for by thero The colored man must be is reported as being a failure made to realiza that his mission in tha The Greenbaokers of Illinois an Republican party is to vote and not to nounce themselves as still in the ring long alter tne nonors and spoils of oN Gee or else he will cause much trouble The Western storm covered a space in the Radical ranks of country 500 miles long by 3000 miles wide A Owensboro Messenger Mr Beck wants some other Demo crat besides Mr Tilden for President He has absolutely come to Kentucky and expressed bis wishes under the impression that he had this right as fully as anv other citizen Misgnid ed man did you not know the Courier Jonrnalhad inaugurated a little scheme to hoodwink Kentucky and that every body who does not submit to its Dro- cess is cither a fool or a conspirator or A Colored Preadenf It is the intention of the Louisville it Nashville Railway to have steel Â¬ - n o WEIMERS Lager Merchant Tailor sepl26 John G Griffin HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN JES C Aated Far-j-JBJ- JF JKsmae9 DEALER IN KY tattak and MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE STONES American Marble al ican and Italian Marble I am pre pared to fillallorders Call and examine our work- 8g0rders from the country promptly filled may 26 AVING received a fine lot of Amer rXIHE NICEST THE NOOK CONFECTIONERIES CANDIES FRUITS CANNED FRUITS NUTS RAISENS c OYSTERS SARDINES CIDER Also the best brands Cigars and To bacso to be found in Hickman at Clinton St BENNY MclNTOSHS next door to S N Whites r eJdress Vi N IIAEDEMAN Co - iPrcetdcnt Cotnicr Jourual T gr Louisville Ky JCjlx Ve SPECIAL NOTICES have a speedy and positive Cure for Moutli and Headache in SHILOHS CATARRH REM Â¬ EDY A nasal injector freo with ench HOW Use it if you desire health and bottle nweet reath Price COcts Sold by Buck CpjrgiHHickinan Ky UP AS STRAYS J R Wea Â¬ TAKEN living 5 miles East br Hickman of near Mud ureeK m rulton county Ky on the 12th day of February 1880 One White and Black Spotted COW and CALF Cow aged about 14 years both marked with crop and undcrbit in right and split in left ear but bavinp no other marks or brands perceivable and which is appraised at the value of eight dollars Witness my band this 21st day of Feb- Â¬ ruary I860 iuch5 4w J W MAYES J P F C Â¬ Catarrh Dipihcria Canker 3VEAMHOOB LOST HOW RESTORED new ruuuiMiuu edition of Dr Culvewklls jusr tr A STRANGE PEOPLE Do you know that there are strange people In our community we say strange n3becausafthey seem lo prefer to suffer and passlhclr days miserably made so by Dispepsia and Liver Complaint Indiges- Â¬ tion Constipation nnd General Debility when SHILOHS V1TAL1ZHR is guaran Â¬ Cow- teed to cure them Sold by Buok sill Jkman Ky 5lvf futiilrcil Tliouanuit Strong Inltefpaet few montlis there has been more than 300000 bottle of Shilohs Curo Hold tut of the vast number of peoplo wko bav used it more than 2000 cases All of Consumption have bcea cured 11 Vr - Jeld itanjee henoft KjTe As i n i Is praise lil it is I To those who have that everybody nnii V k Cowgill Iffukjau Ky Cklkbbatkd EssAYpn the rad without medicine of Spermato- Â¬ rrhea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Irapolency Mental and Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar- Â¬ riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy and fits induced by self indulgence or c sextiul extravagance The celebrated author in this admir able Essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty years successful practice that the alarming consequences of self nbuse may be radically cured without the dangerous uso of internal medicine or the applica- Â¬ tion of the kniie pointing out a mode of cure at once simple certain and effectual by means of which every sutferer no mat ter what his condition may be may cure himself cheapley privately and radically JCST This Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land Sent under seal in a plain envelope to any address pot paiJ on receipt of six cens or two postage stamps Address the Publishers THE CULVERWEIL MEDICAL CO 11 Ami St New York P O Bos 1D0 ical cure lukc many m civiiiicu wcioty he live4 on his family for a long When arusstedhe conducted the time officers to a cave in which he lived and p tinted out the skeletons to them He picked up skull after sfcull and explained to the officers to wiich particular member of the family eacii btSonged He loved his family he said anu from the mass of accumulated bones ttuve the officers 6aw no reason to doubt h j word He was to be hanged at 7 oclock in the morning but the Indians who had gathered there in the nighttime had made kindling wood of thd trap door and this delayed the execution for a couple of hours The other In dians were quite pleased to see him hung and said they thought he had done wrong to eat all the family They hate to eee a man too greedy out there Swift Runner had his opinion on religion too He thought the white mans God did not amount to much and re-Â¬ fused to see a priest He sat beside the fire with a rope around his neck while they were making the new trap door and did not exhibit the least annoyance at the delay Which shows what a pa Â¬ tient man he was Tho Marriage of the Future rroFESsoK Epiaos lias tested one of Hello Exchange Minister his electric lamps which had been burn Telephone Echang- e- Well ing 5tt5 hours aud there was no percepi Put me on the residence lile oxidization of tho carbon horse shoe Minister of Mrs Duxeuberry That h fact againstscientific assumption All right fire away Exchange The Professors faith in his lamp is shown Hello Mrs Duxenberry Minister also in the fact that he has not sold a Well Mrs D 6harc of his stock Ask your daughter Ma Minister linda to step to the instrument Whats wanted Malinda Meteorological observations have Your affianced Mr Alger Minister non Smithkinson is here and wishes to now become so extended that evidence is rapidly accumulating to enable us to speak to you M alinda Tell him for goodness sake determine positively the source of the cold aerial waves which sweep across the to hurry Malinda dear I find it country during our winter season The Algernon to the are that we owe wont he convenient for me to come indicationsof high barometerthemNorth- Â¬ in tho great area around this evening Cant we have eastern Siberia where the pressure ceremony performed now sometimes exceeds 31 50 inches and the Malinda I suppose so Doyou temperature falls as low as 76 degrees off his hat Minister taking AlgernonSmithkinsontakeMkl i n d apu belew zero The pole of the greatest cold is senberrv tobe vurweddedwifeforbetteror on the in die neighborhood of Yakutsk Lena where the average ther forworsetilldealhdoyoupart momctric reading in January is 41 1 I 1An DoyouMalindaDusenber degrees below zero and where tne sever Â¬ Minister Â¬ rytakeAlgern ooSmi thkin sontobeyour est cold exceeds by ten degrees that experienced by explorers in high arctic weddedh u s b and forbetterorforworsetill regions This is also the region of the deathdoycupartf highest barometric pressure known in Ido Malinda doubtless Thenlpronounceyouman winter and from it cold which proceed Minister the waves of intense play so large a part in our winter experiences Makethemostof bus bet one of the new colors is deit10Goodday scribed as a mixture of orange and lemon with a purple floss If it only had a dash of green in it it would seem all the poets who do not look like perfect Cf poet Robert Browning may be said to A European correspondent of the look least like a master of verse He is Occident says that Mr Falconer who stout t irrforUble prosaic and fine look- Â¬ died last month mado one hundred ing in figure and face he looks in thousand dollars by the Peep o Day short exactly like n country squire of which ran two years at the Lyceum moderate furtuie Mr Browning is a Up to that time he had been a strug- Â¬ sturdy believer in the doctrine of work gling provincial actor and by em- Â¬ He goPHevery morning regularly to his barking his capital in redecorating and study and there writes till noon being running Drury Lane with a piece called in this like Ilulwer He has no patience Ilonny Dundee and utter failure lie has betn heard to say wi h writers he lost ni- l- The correspondent adds who are obliged to wait for inspirathat Old Drury eflectually cleans out every manager who tackles her tion Mbs Siujbus hearing some one talk- Â¬ We are banging up pictures every day ing of shooting the Lachine rapids about the chamber walls of our hearts law and that we shall have to look at when we said angrily Its country to people ought tobe sent to plenipotensit in the shadows tiary for life for shooting rabbits at this Formerly when great fortunes were season of the year We want a Mr Ice made only in war war was a business Ierg to invent crudity to animals but now when great fortunes are only Wieciing Sunday Ztader made by business business is war Four hundred Gentile citizens ofÂ¬ GovSalt Lake have protested against Do rot be too lavish of your praise of ernor Emerys re appointment They various members of your family when that he has approved the repeal charge peaking to strangers the person to of the only territorial law under which are punitb whom you you speaking may know some it was possible to reach and are not aware of aults that polygamy In all waters thero are some fish Of colors the newest deep dark shade whi h have to swim against the stream in blues is called blighted hopes and in every community persons are to be found who delight in being opposed A mav is known by the company h to everybody else to keep drclims persons tn aij Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -zmit-csiK -- taiak-ont oTthts-i5Qm-rDp- inB Vgbeat tail through the floor do any Â¬ thing but sit there and encounter the laughing eyes of the speaker who when he commenced to speak looked straight at me and then told the whole story even to my words and depicted in a ridiculous light the feelings of the dis- Â¬ turbed butter merchant I think I never loved Artemus after that I never enjoyed his storys and adventures as I had before and I never completely forgave him the trick until some while after I read of his danger-Â¬ ous illness in London and then how re sigpetly and yet how regretfully he had said Pod bye to the world A slave habut one master the am hitius man hast as manjr masters as there are persons Miose aid may con- Â¬ tribute to the advancement of his for-Â¬ tune N ThkhE is nothing so certain 5ve take it as that those who are the most alert in discovering the faults of a workpf genius are the least touched with its beauties The earthquake of Lisbon in 37C5was felt over a sumico of 1G36C00O square miles or over a twelfth part of the earths surface Such extensive shocks are generally attributed to volcauic Observers at the centre of the action area perceive a vertical oscillation the movements become ntore oblique on going from the centre the waves being propagated with a regularity which is not observable in the ordinary earth quakes of non volcanic countries Dr Thiessing n diicussirjp torae of the Swiss earthquakes considers the amount of inorganic matter tlat is brought to the surtace by mineral springs ft has been estimated that a Mngle spring in leutprbad annuaily brings about 8800000 pounds of jrypjuiu to the surface a quantity sufficient to Ijwer a surface of 1200 fquate yardn more than 6 feet in a century In the vilky of the Viege there are not less than a wire of gypsifeious sprincs eaeh cf which carries off annually about 2G0 yard of mineral If we think of the thousands of fountains and the immense duration Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sometimes but too suddenly Moonie Too lmpiomptu Uke to hasten reform OrtqniUbrtuin among terrestlal planets My wife says Im out too ranch But sho doesnt understand astronomy Moonie You can stay out I Tatawotnananrbow All night and nobody to boss around ondgrowL you could take in the Moonie -h- ie-if Lectures regular course I ert at 3 a m sharp Youd weep little stan Well Goo hlc goo bye member me to er hl- boys rU take a hie tra-la-Ta-t- ahurrah hie for hie hie They help me rails laid on the Northwestern as soon as possible The long weiry debate over the disposition of the Geneva award mon ey is over and the bill is dead for this session Solon Chase says that the Green- backers and tho Democrats of Maine must jinc drives again this fall if they dont want to be swamped Vermont Democrats favor Hancock while Virginia Republicans in conven tion assembled offer a resolution look ing to the nomination o Grant lor the first place on the ticket and of Blaine for the second A report to the annual conference oLthe Mojtgonssays that the Mormon ujornt9 that the follir 10 eulwultcriruiuljTy ng aposiropne was enutleu under tne lnspmn hits population of Utah is 111820 that of auU uiuod nnd tt mar lc Inferred that its creator the Church in that Territory has thats the speaker ita likewise lost 600 members and gained 1500 in 0 room a lush old noon 70a ttro Irosccn rem before a year and that the Church receipts time and oft lwre ire risen together Maar a But 1 always wpnt down before jou in that period were over 51000000 JIado the circuit quicker as it were Ulorloui orb of night thy radiant face Bcamj on all nature Apostle Snow made an- - eloquent de- Â¬ Again are iron ful- l- Im piuliln you close fense of polygamy and there was no The more fuller Tou are the more light The more fuller I get the darker show of opposition to that dogma Doth nature grow You fill at interrala - my habits are more to For I fill every night We see that the Kentucky Legisla Â¬ When Im on my flrt quarter I feel bo so When on my second a strange joviality ture baspassed bv an overwhelmnin Doth ixKsaj itself ot me Tho third quarter develops queer phenomena majority the bill for the continuation Out a dolla- r- not a trade dollar noon me Thy Ocry fluih prostrates me I seek of the geological survey of the State A compromising shade and recline in the gutter Oiloonl Mooxll MOOSIEtit This survey and the publication of its Why aint you every night like me 7 1 notice that you are cautious results haB and will do more for Kens Threatening weather dlKonrages you It does me too Yet perhapt I wrong you tncky than an immigration hureau Ive been in every cell in the lock up And youve beeu out maybe wbeu I was Id Speaker Bigger headed the opposition Yet I m full Moonic or try to bo 31amo not the said bard to the bill rooms Its not their fault out Â¬ y According to the Memphis Tenn Appeal a tabulated statement of tho financial condition of that cirv now called the Taxing District sbows a decided improvement With tje Wa Â¬ ring system of sewerage nearly com pleted Madison street nearly paved much of tbe levee paved and all the employees paid to date there is a handsome balance to the account of every department of the government mokintr altogether the extraordinary total of 3194058 93 now in the district treasury This has been accomplished in fourteen months and the Anneal puts to shame tbe records of the old municipality A Strong Ticket Wanted Washington Special to N Y Uerald Good SIiovtIhs for Memphis The Democrats here regard Mr Til- Â¬ den as out of the race and they are of late not quarreling about candidates but have evidently come to thoconclq sion that what is wanted isa strong tickot one which will secure the re- Â¬ spect and confidence of the country and that such a ticket will be nominat- Â¬ ed at Cincinnati wilhou difficulty The Democrats who wero cast down by tho tolly of the extra suasion have of late begun to believe that with a good and reputable ticket they can carry tha They havo watched with country great care the third term movement and they all hope for its success and believe that the ex President will be renominated at Chicago and that tbe Democratic party will have itself to blame in that case if it docs not carry the country in November -- r Tills In -- of theiT flow we may form some idea of the importance of the transformation caused Vy their water and the violent superficial otcillatious to which they giveri ju - Queer Bug Virjmk City fXer ChroVl A curiou buz as brought to the Chronicle office this morning by Henry Hunt a resident of North B Street Mr Hunt found the bug iu his back yard It is about the tizo of a quarter of a dollar and its peculiarity is that while it is shaped much liko ft turtle it walks on only half of its hind legs at a time It has six leps three on a side When itwalks itbalances itself on its edge and moves along at a good pace on three legs After walking this way about a mmute it flops ovor and walks on the other three legs Sometimes it walks on its two fore leg like a man in a circus walking on his hands Mr Hunt asserts that the brg can execute a hand spring either backward or forward but while it was in this tlfice it did not es- Its back isa deep say a feat ho difficult blue upoited with cold and its belly is Btriped with red When the bug walks on its fore legs it reminds one of a circus Rcrobat in spangles of many colors While Mr Hunt was exhibiting his hug Captain Sam the Piute Chtcfjcame fn with Charley of Silver City Sam re-Â¬ marked with a smile of buperior knowledge Tke Circus bug you betl riutc stretched a string between two tables and the bug walked the tight rope on edge and then hung down from it by his hind feet Tho Piutes venerate the insect and say that when it appears in tho fall with gold marks on itn back it means plenty Black spots signify death ana white spots famine Aside from the absurd superstition the bug is certainly a wonderful thing and its antics vastly amusing Mr Hunt refused 10 tor it this morning offered by Tom Buckner A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Texas Demand There is pne hundred and ten thousÂ¬ and dollars in the United States Treas ury which Texas thinks belongs to her and she wants it One of her Congress men is trying to get it for her It seems that when Texas was annexed to the United States it was agreed that the Federal government should give her ten millions of dollars This agreement was afterwards modified to the extent that the United States Government was to give Texas five millions of dollars and pay her debts The debts were com- remised at seventy six cents on the S ollar but the five millions reserved proved to be insufficient to meet all of her obligations An appropriation of two and a half millions more was made Of this sum one hundred and ten thous- Â¬ and dollars yet remains in the Treasury Texas now demands this balance It is hinted that she will fail to get it Saw tho Elephant and Bled Â¬ - lowing ernor In the Senate Tuesday Mr Shackle Maysvilla cor Courier Journal ford from the Committee on Proposi- Â¬ There is a good story told about tions and Grievances reported adverse town in which Gov Blackburn fig- Â¬ ly a bill for the benefit of Ridley Mor ures quite prominently A Maysville gan of Washington nounty This is saloon keeper Martin Grimes was fina bill to authorize Ridley Morgan to ed S250 at a recent term of the Crimias a curer of cancers and old nal Court for keeping a pool table practice sores and charge for same in Kentucky on which he allowed minors to play without a license The bill was ably in violation of a city ordinance Mar- Â¬ advocated by Mr Reeves tin was a Federal soldier and lost a Mr Berry moved to amend by allow- Â¬ leg in he service or his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our Tender Hearted Gov Â¬ The kind of business to which that astonishing body at Frankfort called a Legislature is in part devoting its attention may be inferred from the fol- Â¬ Called Leglalallon k country has supplied the missing member by a cork imitation which is so peitect that none but intimate friends know that he is maimed Acting under the advice of his lawyer Martin visited Frank fort to appeal in person to the Governor for a remission of his fine Before go ing to the Governors mansion lie un- Â¬ screwed his cork leg and left it in the car of a friend and with a cane and a crutch hobbled into the Gubernator- Â¬ ial presence He told bis story show ed his honorable discbarge from the army Tor wounds received 00 the field of battle and was reading a long list of names of distinguished Maysvillians appended to hi petition for a remission when Mrs iilackburn entered the room Discovering that her husband and the one legcd man were discuss lie ing Dr Adam Messsnheimer of Camp- Â¬ and charge for the same Mr Hayes advocated the bill and Mr Foote opposed it Finally the report of the committee was concurred in and the bill rejected But Mr Hayes entered a motion to reconsider which can be taken up at any time Exchange bell oounty to practice on taps worms Prof IV London Teltgrsph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That there is a limit to elephantine endurance was proved long ago by the dis Â¬ mal drenching administered toa certain tailor of Delhi whose excessive handi rifss with the needle prompted him to offer gratuitous and unprovoked insult to a huge pachyderm which obtruded the tip of its trunk upon his notice as he sat in hs ehop window A stili more terrible reprisal than this has recently been exercued by a vexed elephant upon an imprudent person who trifled with the colossal beasts appetite until he provoke I it to ungovernable fury The elephant in question constituted the great attraction of tho traveling me tugerio that arrived in Amsterdam a few days ago and was permitted to camp out in one of the public gardens there ele- Â¬ An old gentleman inspired by phants amiable expression of countenance with the conviction that Mahar ajah would stand any amount of team ing proceeded to offer tempting lump of bread to tiie animal deftly withdrawing it however beyond the reach of Mahar ajahs trunk each time that receptacle was thrust forth to grasp it The jocu lar performance having been repeated several times the elephant suddenly stepped forward close to his side of the railing seized his tormentors body in his trunk lifted him clean over his barrier interposing between them and hurled him to thn ground Having got his enemy down Maharajah trod upon hi a with such vindictive vehemenee that when tho old gentleman was finally got out of the incloaurr he was litter ally burated to pieces Â¬ te ing business mntters she apologized and started to leave the room tbrongh a door at that time closed Martin Grimes isa shrewed sort of fellow and withal something of a cavalier ith none of the grace of a Chester field but with all the instinctive po liteness which a courtier shows his Queen be hobbled to the door and with a Louis XIV grace swung it open for the wife of the Governor to Dr islnclburn noted this pass out and as Martin hobbled back to the ta- Â¬ ble rose 10 his feet grasped the old soldiers hand and cried enthusiasti- Â¬ cally Grimes I shall certainly remit your fine and my only regrot is that I have not the power to remit the Com mouwealth Â¬ Â¬ Attorneys fees also Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Even the woods appear to be full o pardons Ooe Charles Corbin was placed in the Falmouth jail to serve out a sentence ol fifty days imprison ment and fifty dollars Goe A iew days after his incarceration he escaped but the jailer camped on his trail lor three or four mouths and finally cap tured the fugitive with the Govern ors pardon in his pocket It will soon be so that the outside woild will ao cept no mans assurance that he is a Kentuckian begawd sir unless ho can produce a pardon or a Colonels Com Â¬ mission Bolinggreen Intelligencer Testing a Keiitticklnn Has written a letter to the Frankfort Yeoman in which he says I beg leave to state that tbe amend ment to the bill for the continuation of the survey providing for tho continued residence of its Director in Frankfort is entirely satisfactory to me although it will be impossible for me to offer myself a a candidate for the positiou under the conditions it imposes I desire to make a record of the following facts That this position came to me without my seeking at a time when I was ou a journey many thousand miles away from this country that I took it under the condition that I should not be required to reside in tha Commonwealth abd finally that I havo constantly been anxious to lay down the labor as soon as the good of tha work would permit The passage of this amendment offers me the Ion det sired opportunity rfc escaping fsota duties which have prjv 1 vcrjt heavy burden under tnu pecu urlj difficu1 conditions wljtch I hkt tc facu I find an assurance chat asy work has been well done in thd frst that the Survey trained n man as well fitted as any one could b to tak up thwort Â¬ Â¬ s Skater he wUere I lav it down In clnsiu mv official rclitions with the Survey I shall not sever the bpod of sympathy and interest that bind n to it work If it pleases the Legis Â¬ lature and the Kxeoutive to Ojontce tho Survey under the charge-- of tho gentleman who I have for years lock- Â¬ ed for its completion I believe I can as his friend and of bis workv be aluio it as hopeful as I could iwlet the tat present conditions RespectfuFJy jouw 3S - -- H 7iTrr rr jrjiCMTiifiiiiiiipT rm t iijiiiipi iSr jssa -- r - TS v X CO M S o ft EH 3 o C3 CO S r S5 3 g C 53 5 W EH 3 h CO o o W CO 12 CD hi M IH Q B W SQ ft g I CO o 02 i W P i H o 52 c3 EH a w w H H A 3 CJ O xa fi V 3 E5 o K S l o I I CO O Q o r l 3f i a Phi o O H 5 CO i j fia THE HICKMAN COURIER SUNDAY H I H o o Being S -- o WASHINGTON LETTER From our Regular Correspondent Washington April 24 1880 O 5 O I J 4 I I W 09 I W CO 3 J m W o 1 0 s o - 5 H CO 0 j o i fp o o z r s The new Sunday law is being made the sensation of the day in the State of KENTUCKY HICKMAN Kentucky At Louisville the friends OrncE TIeinxe Building Clinton Street of the law have raised 8000 to sec 7Ae Oldest KcwtpaptT in Wcttern Kentucky to its enforcement without respect to persons The antie havo also raised George a large sum to break it down In nearly all the larger towns of the State 2 the excitement and interest prevails Subscription In Louisville police were order APRIL 30 18S0 ed to take the the names of all persons working except those excluded by the Speaker Randall thinks Congress law and to make no discriminations All the railroad depofSafed yards were can adjourn by May 31 -- r Uiiutedand the namgof very person r- v It is said that there are a n umber of found working was recorded One candidates for office in this District officer filled bis book with tho names but as jet they have not iovaded Ful- of L and N employes Sergt Snyder gave orders to two of ton Perhaps they are waiting for the his officers to visit the churches yestcr borne stretch to sweep down on onr day on their beats and get the names voters of every paid employe excepting the minister The Kentucky Legislature has pass At the cathedral on Fifth street cd a bill making it a misdemeanor for near Walnut the officer was unable to persons to solicit Sheriffs or other offi find but one paid employe Geo Zoel cers to summon io serve on juries The ler the organist The janitor he was told got no pay bill imposes a fine of 25 for each At the First Presbyterian church offense corner Sixth and Green the only paid man was found jerking the bell and iThe colored Republicans of Missouri John Gillreath sexton was recorded insist that ex Senator J3ruce colored in a little book The organist of this or some other colored Republican shall church is not a salaried employe The Fifth and Walnut street Meth Â¬ be put on tho Republican ticket for odist church was taken in and two Vice President They assert that all names secured Prof Jones organist the delegations to the Chicago Con and Napoleon Bonaparte sexton venf ion from the South will make his At the Fifth and York colored Bap demand and that it must be acceded to tist church the names of Clayborne Fields organist and Elias Palmer wjTrtE special act allowing the town sexton were recorded in the officers of Fulton to use its county poll tax The Center and Broadway colored for bridge purposes inside its own cor church was found with two paid emporate limits is not yet a law Sen- ployes Lulie Brannan organist and ator George passed it through the Clayborne Cooper sexton The names of Gerdie Walker organ- Â¬ Senate iut we learn that Representa tive Vaughn has written the County ist and Sandford Grainger sexton the Attorney that he will throttle it in the were secured at street colored BaptistÂ¬ between Wal church on Fifth House nut and Chcstnut Several milk venders yesterday un Gen Grant appears to be growing dcrtook to run the gantlet of the Sun Â¬ liberal toward the South He now says day law and as a consequence had their that the Southern people appear de- names taken and will be presented to The voted to the Union Those who are the grand jury for indictment majority remained at home and a great wanting Grant for President say the many persons had to go without their contrary is trne that we are meditating usual supply of milk A good deal of Janother bloody rebellion Which is grumbling among those who failed to which Does Grant mean whet ho says get their supply of the lscteal fluid was heard and the Baxter construction of If so is not his followers lying the Sunday law was pronounced odious he ica wagons too venturelrout orr Good Hard Sense The Democrats of the present Con- Â¬ their morning rounds and the names of the drivers of those who were re- Â¬ gress are manifesting more good hard corded will also be presented to the sense than at any time since the war grand jury along with the other vio- Â¬ They are going square down to busi- Â¬ lators Louisville Transfer Company em ness and refuse to be dragged into ployes were recorded as follows Â¬ sectional discussions The Republi Â¬ F H Harris A but no taine manager PresidentIlccbt P Fon cans waive the bloody ehirt Wm and H Democrat responds except by quietly Robards J D Long John Bess Jno Toting aud pounding away at practical Winermeier D McGary L Hegerman business The glittering pyrotechnics Aaron McMullin and Theodore Macy of extravagant orators came near ruins drivers of omnibuses The following are some additional ing us in the extra cession and our names of saloonists secured yesterday side learned somejjood bard sense by Mrs Escher Ninth and Jefferson the experience Thomas Brice witness Henry Jacobs Green street between Fourth and Fifth THE LEGISLATURE John Dohn and Wm Balmer Market The Legislature will probably ad street between Fifth and Sixth John i journ about the 4th of May Late news Tierney Jefferson street near Sixth H Young Third street near Market puts it at May 10 Some rumors were flying yesterday The present session has passed over to the effect that a lady who has been 11 00 bills of one kind or another active in her connection with the Sab- Â¬ There have been a good many gen- Â¬ bath Alliance was stopped on her way eral laws passed but it is impossible to to church in her carriage and her name The get the substance of the proposed and that of her driver booked inex- Â¬ name of until tho Acts are regularly cusable the officer guilty of tbe be as changes impertinence could not We shall then make a full certained publisTied It was also reported that summary a gentleman who was driving his car- Â¬ The penitentiary bill c will cer riage containing his lame wife to certainly be passed upon the coming church was stopped and subjected to a sifnilar impertinent interference weet Reporters of the Courier Journal PRESIDENTIAL ROTES c made utmost endeavors to get the lists Grant and Blaine will be the Re Â¬ of persons from the police booked for publican ticket for Presidcnfand Vice prosecution but did not succeed except in a few instances The officers President preferred to report first to the head of If Grant and Blaine are not the the department f g- nominees then a new man or durk Call for a Democratic Slate horse will bear off the honor Convention On the Democraticf side the outlook To the Democracy of Kcntuchy tis cot sufficiently well defined to war Â¬ At a meeting of the State Execus Frankfort rant a good guess as to who will be March 4 18S0 the folfowing resoluthe nominees tions were adopted Npw York is Tildons power and Resolved That a Democratic State We incline to the conventiou to appoint delegates to the ifilso bis weakness opinion that Tildeu will not be the National Democratic convention to nominee though only a few States have meet in Cincinnati June 22 1880 and spoken and most of these are for Til also to select State Electors be and is hereby called to meet in Lexington on den Ona thing appears cortain if Thursday June 17th 1880 at 12 Tilden is not nominated the Tildenites oclock will be able to say who shall or shall Resolved That in accordance with the action of tbe last State convention not be Tilden but of the view the contest prescribing that county meetings to appoint delegite1 to State conventions lies between Judge Fields- Seymour shall be held on the same day through- Â¬ General Hancock Bayard Thurman out tbe State we hereby appoint Sats Hendricks and a dozen contingencies urday June 5th as the day on which General Hancock is looming up pret the Democracy shall meet at their re- Â¬ spective county seats for that purpose ty well three States having already The county committees are requested expressed a choice for him and if to givo due notice and to name the Pennsylvania leads off at Cincinnati hour at which the meetings will be for him in addition bis prospects are held In selecting delegates it is re- Â¬ commended that tho new rule of one not bad for each two hundred votes cast for The strength of Judge Fields lies Blackburn and one for every fraction only in the fact that he is tho next of oon hundred and over be observed choice of the Tilden delegates J STODDARD JOHNSTON CAn J W Tate Stcy The Western States are prepared to satisfied with Hendricks or Thur Â¬ be Mr The Cost op KItE rCBMBIIED EVERY FRIDAT Br llow the Sew Law Enforced Is WAKREJf Warren Editor Price of Friday Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - i - Frankfgrt Cor Paducah News Yesterday afternoon the principal business engaged in by tho lower House was that of throwing paper balls at the heads of each other It was fun for some of them but the ball heads seemed to be particula r targets and they suffered Hell broke loose in the House this morning and things generally boomed and bis was tho occasion of it nil The bill authorizing tho sale of the Governors mausion or exchanging it for the residence of Capt Henry Todd The member from Clay got the floor and went off at a tangent as usual He got down to the minutia of the business and talked about the mirrors the carpets the pictures and the ev Â¬ erything that cut any appearance what ever in the Gove rnors mansion When his five minutes expired Mr Tartar rose and yielded his time to Mr White Objection was made to this and a mo tion was made to suspend the rule3 to extend the time of Mr White Mr Owen offered as a substitute for the motion that the five minute rule be rescinded that members might speak on any question as long as they pleased A motion was made to lay the substi- Â¬ tute on the table which on a call of the yeas and nays carried and the whole business went on tbe table Another attempt was theti made to yield time to Mr White and the speak- Â¬ er permitted it Mr Fleming asked the Speaker if it was the decision of the chair that under the five minute rule any member had the right to yield his time to another member and the Speaker said it was Mr Fleming then took an appeal from the decision of tbe chair and while be was preparing the appeal an uproar commenced among the members owing to the fact that Mr Whitewns going to take tbe advantage of Mr Tartars time At least twenty members were all on their feet at the same time all excited and all talking at once In the midst of the uproar some one moved to adjourn The speaker looked bewildered and though the yeas and nays were loudly and repeatedly called for the Speaker seeming not to hear it todk the vote on the motion to adjourn and in a very excited manner declared the House adjonrned Then commenced a scene of confusion that I have nev er before witnessed in a parliamentary body Everybody was excited even mad All sorts of things were said and loud above all the din was beard a clear voice which said I move now that this House do now elect another speaker Fully twenty voices respon ded Second tho uioltenirTrfO uoist and uproar continued and amid cries of the House is not adjourned Yeas and nays the voice of Mr Rudy was heard I move that Mr I didnt hear the name do now take the chair Still the uproar continued when Mr John Feland jumped up in nis chair and commenc ed speaking in a loud voice This last scene was such an uncommon one that all stopped their noise to look at him and there was a slight lull during which the Speaker announced that he would have the yeas and nays called on the motion to adjourn This was a consessionaod after ten or twelve ef- Â¬ forts tbe Clerk got started off and the motion to adjourn was rejected by a large majority After a while ordinary order was restored when the Clerk started to read the appeal of Mr Flera ming The speaker here arose and after an explanation withdrew his decis- Â¬ ion in reference to the members yield ing their time to other Speakers and then the appeal was withdrawn and order reigned again in Warsaw Such a scene was never before wit- Â¬ nessed io the Kentucky Legislature and it is hoped that such a one may never occur again Â¬ KENTUCKYS HELL Or lite State Legislature HODERN DIIRACLES Scott County Virginia Excited Over Some Remarkable Cures by tlicMerc Touch of the Hand Wtthevillb Va April 14 For some weeks past the people of Scott couuty havo been terribly exoitcd over lite miracles whieh are alledgcd to have been nerformed- by Richard Miller of that county His fame has extended all over this section of the State and hundreds of the afflicted are daily via Miller is a middle aged iting him map employed as the keeper of Mc Mullins mill near Estilville Ho is deeply religious and claims to have had a dream a month ago in which the idea was impressed upon him that with Gods help he could perform wonder Â¬ ful cures eiraply through frith He says that tho next day after the dream after fervent prayer he healed a sick man by touching him The intelli Â¬ gence of such a miracle went all over the cbuntry and tbe afflicted of all kinds came to him and were healed it is said by the simple touch of the hand Yesterday G N Wertz a photographer at Abington visited Miller in company with a paralytic upcjejhe seat of paralysis being in the mouth and tbe man was thereby deprived of both speech and hearing Miller look Â¬ ed at the afflicteff man and after o short prayer touehedliim and told himf that before ho reached home he would be well Last night as MrtWertz entered the door of his house it is said that his bearing and speech came back to him and to day he is apparently hale and hearty Miss Irene Newton a beautiful young lady of Bristol Tenn helpless from rheumatismVwas brought to Miller last uigbt aud when an ajtempt was made to- lift her id the carriage she aroso from the sedan chair without assistance it is said and declared that eho was entirely well One of the most wons derful of the Hedged miracles of Miller was the cure of Mr Peter Wbite sellj who has been for some years af flicted with a cancer The cancer was touched and in threefedays according to reports had disappeared Tho miracle worker is an exceedingly modest mno and always indignantly declines any compensation for his services al leging that ho is but the bumble in Ho takes no credit struhieLt of God to himself and the people in this seo tion believe firmly in his miraculous - 8cwt and cPtomate KTe Svcwvft Tnrrz SCimOEDEIt FASHIONABLE The indications are that strennous efforts will be made at the present to redeem in some measure the pledges of tariff reform so often made The courso now pursued by the tariff reformers show that they are alert and watchful and by combined and determined actjon they may be able to accomplish some positive leg- Â¬ session w 18e w SSe wI I DU A A FAEIS PHASICAN AND SURGEON HICKMAN BOOT AND 0X4 SHOEMAKER SHOP North West corner of Moscow nd Troy Aveuues East Hickman Ky may9 5 Satisfaction guaranteed K 3ES Staple and Fancv J Kctnil Dealer in ly C33B 3ERJOE J OrFERS KENTUCKY bis Professional Services to of Hickman and vicinity Boot and Shoe Maker H P Fetiie Keeps in stock at nil times fresh and Provisions Canned and Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov7 choice Groceries Er J N Outten Office over Holcombcs drug store Res Â¬ idence Moulton st near Court House Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Memphis April 26 A special to the Appeal from Macon says Last night at half past eight ocloak one of the most fearlul and furious of cyclones struck the northern part of this place resulting in a sad loss of life and ho wholesale destruction of property The day had been unusually sultry At the hour stated two terrible cur- Â¬ rents of air one- from tbe northeast and the other from the Southwest bearing clouds charged with electricity were hurled together right at the fated locality It was a war of storms Be Â¬ sides incessant lightning balls of fire wero seen whirling across the clouds varying in size from a chestnut to a mans head Right in the center of that part of town around the railroad station the storms met and tho war of destruction commenced and in less timo than I tell it the place was in ruins The loss of life was fearful Through the beating rain against pith less winds our citizen rushed to the sceno to aid the sufferers Though uigbt squads of men combined and went to removo the debris and gath- Â¬ er up the wounded dying and dead that were scattered everywhere The scene beggars all human attempts at description To day citizens have clos- Â¬ ed their places of business and are do voting the day to caring for tho dead and wounded Â¬ Teiupent Tossed EIGHTEEN man Bayard is strong now on the ground that he will prove more acceptable to the Eastern Democrats than cither of the prominent Western candidates and more acceptable to the West than either of the Eastern leaders and equally as acceptable to tbe South as either a man from tho East or West On the whole the contingencies are loo mush mixed to warrant any satis- Â¬ factory prediction outright and forty more or less in jured some perhaps fatally After the storm some of tho ruins caught fire but it was checked before spread- Â¬ ing to any extent About 10 oclock a perfect water spout visited tho Men scene to reader it more horrible and women wero found to day decapi- Â¬ tated limbs torn from the body and Patriotism otherwise mutilated a quarter of a Stock was all Ingalls stated in the Senate a few days milo from their homes A bolt of ago that the Government paid last killed in that vicinity goods from a storo was found eight year to the army and navy pensioners miles from town in a tree top SCO000000 And that tho payment A new era is dawning on Kentucky of pensions exceeded the payment of There will soon be three through rail- Â¬ any other department of the Govern Â¬ roads crossing tho State the rivers will ment except the interest on the public be improved and the hidden resources debt Mr Ingalls was justly alarmed developed When Kentucky docs at the enormity of the sum Germany wako up she will be one of tho livepays only 58000000 England pays liest children of the Union if she is the oldest S12000000 Â¬ were killed HICKMAN KENTUCKY When the Senate resolution islation Ladies and Gents boots and sboes made M T directing the committees on agricul- Â¬ In- Â¬ to order and in tho latest fashion visible patches put on wheih last longer HIS PROFESSIONAL SER ture to consider and report legislation OFFERS to the citizens ef Hickman and EEPS all kinds of staple and faney than when sewed All I ask is a trial for the advancement of agricultural in- Â¬ Shop next door to City Barber Shop vicinity Office terests was taken from the Spoers feb7 79 Corner room in Laclede House dchl4 table an amendment was submitted and Conrcetfoneries Will be pleased to see his old customers and will both suit Sale directing also an inquiry as to the effect them in price and quality Call and seo the adoption of a revenue tariff would Quick Sales and Small Profits us have upon agricultural interests The Wont be undersold jan4tf amendment was opposed by the pro- Â¬ KENTUCKY STREET tectionists After some discussion the constantly on hand for hire tariff reformers concluded to inaugu KEEPS sale rate upon the measure under consid HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS eratiou an open aud determined conThankful for patronage heretofore ex Â¬ space to name all articles but no tended him lie solicits a eontinuanee of NOtrouble to show goods test for their principles Tbe Indicasame tions are that the contest will be wag Comb and see at the corner of Troy Office in new addition to Laclede Hotel and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ky ed aggressively by the tariff reformers ALL operotions performed in the most ly Tho motion to instruct the Ways and GARDNER jan25 artistic manner Special attention girta Means committeo if carried will be a to the regulation of childrens teeth DEALERS IN M reflection upon that committee and au implied censure which it has invited by its course in deuying to tho House H A T the privilege of passing upon tariff measures The fact that such instruc the best Coffee Sugar Molas Â¬ KEEPS Flour Lard Bacon c to be lions are moved signifies that the HICKMAN KENTUCKY Having no partner found in Hickman members who advocate tariff legisla- Â¬ to divide profits with will sell goods the in earnest The proposition ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS tion are Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper entrusted to tbeir care to create a tariff commission finds no Cyne and see for Ground and Roasted Office Millet Block favor among anti protectionists in the yourself House whatever may bo thought produce of all kinds taken c in S6Ceuntry goods or Cash exchange for marl5 of it in the Senate The advocates of hickman CO a revenue tariff are scarcely numerous W COBHJLN IHIOTTSIEJ OvA enough in the present House to ICKMAN LOUISVILLE KY DXAIZBS IX achieve all they desire but if they AKERY BEING ENTIRELY REFITTED AND make an aggressive and determined ISRefurnished STOVES fight they will no doubt accomplish PRICES REDUCED good deal towards a revision of the Full board and Large Handsomely-furnisheHeadquarters for all kinds of Job Work rooms S3 per day Good workmen employ and Repairing tariff They can for instance put novl5 4w JLYS12B J W ALMY Manager ed and the best of material used jyll WITTIJT G wood pulp on the free list and can re- Â¬ duce the duty upon other articles Sickman Eentcuky which will pave the way to further re COEalOGCrtctliCiL vision and reduction next session WE keep on hand the finest selection of ORICINAL AND ONLY CENIHNE S la 1S4S The House Foreign Affairs Com CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO mitteo has reported a joint resolution c cheaper than any house in town calling for the abrogation of the Clay FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY ton Bulwer Treaty of 1S50 The Threshing Machinery and Portable and Traction Engine Treaty since the time when Meals and Lunch at all hours t3 THE STANDARD of enainmca Orawfcmf O it effected its immediate object of al- Â¬ powers Graln laMng World MATCHLESS fcr GraiaSwtnir TmSTin Pr laying ill feeling between the United Activity not Always Energy C feet Ciaxnxng Mapid and Iharvmgh Work INCOMPARABLE tnQvalily of MitoUJWlx1 States aud England has never done ef Farts Thorough Workmanship UgaU Jrlrwh sad There are some men whose failure to ATTORNEY A r LAW I Jieauty of ModeL much good to any one and its abro- succeed in life is a MARVELOUS for iqxrirntk In o3 Kd problem to others of Grain sua mwrriollj known ss the only mieeeasfal gation will do no barm Thrcfthflr in FIat TimothT- Oarer and all oabr RMda as wqll as to themselves They arc Collector Heal Estate Agent Astonishingly Durable and vrmcrfvVy timpleiamg leas than half the nsaal gsan and betis Since the expulsion of the French industrious prudent and economical HICKMAN KY PORTABLE TRACTION andlBTRAW BURNINC STEAM ENGINES with apodal from Mexico fewj European powers Lycl filatures of Power Dnrabilitj Safetr Economy and Beauty entirely nnkaxra in other mate Stcaxn- Will lttnnrt nrmnntlv tn nil bui teia Jon lieof sjriyingijldajie Powcr lntflt tmd- Kteam Power Separators a pectnltr Four sties of Separators Iron have felt any inclination to iSotRe six to tweIr torta power j aJvrrrro styTBar Improved Moawted tXone Fowerm finds them still poor They complain ness entrusted mm m southwestern Thlrtv Twn Years nf Prnnnnrnua nnrl hnntlnuaus Business br Una come wiUKrai charts with the United States aud its mani cu iTftinp iuuuuii ui iuuiagcuuiii imnriiim a mug of ill luck They say fate is always Kenlueky and Northwestern Tennessee fraarantee for superior coods snd honorablo dealisg fest destiny so far as this continent against them to Special attention flU I The wonderfal raeeen and popularity f f But tbe fact is that tion of Land titles given the the investiga UnU lull our vixsatob jiacmnery nas oriTca outer is concerned Perhaps tho best proof they miscarry because purchase ana and YWMT1 Ito tile wallt henes Tmrlouf makerrare sow attempt they have mis sale of Real Estate ing to lraild sad palix cir inferior and mosgrel imitation of of this is that even the theory recent- Â¬ f jau8tf our amen eooas taken mere activity for energy Con VS 7 fRM rSMJgSSSgSSSSSSMlrW BE NOT DECEIVED ly put forward that any canal dug Â¬ founding two things essentially differtj menfrtexperiment mad Tcrthless tnaettnerT If 7m tray through the isthmus would form part ent they have supposed that if they tytortheMOrinala2ulthsMGeBiiinenfromiu write foil particular call on our dealers r of the coast line of tho United States wefa always toiu for Illustrated Circular wilca to mail free AdCrcas rpHE NICEST busy they would be cer- Â¬ CO Battle Creek Mich H1CH0LS SEEFABD has excited no hostility io Europe tain to be advancing their fortunes We doubt if tho immediate annexation CONFECTIONERIES They have forgotten that misdirected CANDIES FRUITS of the whole center of the continent effort is but a waste of inactivity The CANNED FRUITS would affect tbe relations of the Uoi NUTS RAISENS person who would succeed in life is like ted States to any European govern SARDINES CIDER j c a marksman firing at a target if his OYSTERS ment But the Monroe Doctrine Also the best brands Cigars and To- Â¬ Co shots miss the mark they are a waste Young as at present interpreted seems to ennr bacco to be found in Hickman at So in the great game of of powder BENNY McINTOSHS sist in warning everybody off who life what a man does must be made to Clinton St next door to S N Whites ONE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTAKTIAL BOATS ON THE BIYSK for the threatens to make a highway Consignments Solicited count or it might almost have been commerce of the world and at the left 3 Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country undone Everybody knows Some JESi same time doing nothing about it niBy9 79 Produce Live Stack etc one in hiscirclebf frieuil- who though ourselves Of this the commercial-nationalways alert hastth3sjyaut of energy of tbe world may fairly complain The distemper ifwemay call it such exhibits itsclf in variop ways In Paducah News Thirty one hogs some cae3 the man has merely an ex WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON reasonable terms lying one fourih of wero tried before tho City Court Sat- ecutivd faculty whcpTiethOtild have a urday and found guilty of running at directive one io other langnhge he is mile south weit of the Court House in embracing about 0 large in the city contrary to ordioance a capital clerk for himself when he the town of HickmanONE HALF ACRES FORTY TWO AND They were promptly ordered to be sold ought to do the thinking of the busi of land nearly all under fence with a THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED REFITTED REFURNISHED Convenient to rirer and railroad and attentitt tboroughlfrenovated Tbe hogs had tbe distioguisbed ness In other cases vh at is not done watch keptand altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING honor to be tried by a jury composed aitherat the right time or in the right IV TURNER may9 79 of seven white and five colored men way Energy correctly understood is good Cistern andStables young bearing the first jury of its character within activity proportioned to end Orchard of selected fruit good Garden spot and good lots of never falling water the history of the place for Stock For terms apply to the under- Â¬ Tlie Kcllglbu Rill A herd of 23800 cattle are being has introduced the fol Â¬ signed or T M French C F C C Mr Downey Bl R WALKER driven from Oregon to Montana One ja30 80 lowing bill in tbo Lower House of and fentv men do tne driv hundred if w ing and the outfit includes provision Congress A ill providing for certain paint wagons arms and ammunition 800 hor- Â¬ determined to change my busi Â¬ IIviup on thp walls of the national cap ses and forty dogs The journey is ingg ness I will sell thofplace on which I no v r made slowly and days travel not ex- Â¬ ital miles Whcreasitholpcpple of tho United lire 7 county nearly south of Hickman in Tenn containing Obion ceeding nine miles and the speed will States are a Christian people and firm be lessened when hot weather eomes 5gTO believe in God the Father Almighon in order not to get the animals in ly ty Maker oPheaven an3 earth and 150 of whlnh Is now in cultivation Tho to bad condition iu jesus uprising ony oon ourjjoru place is susceptible of being made a No 1 An Oil City gentleman who recent- Â¬ who liasconcoivejd bj the Holy Ghost Stock farm Terms liberal Will divide ly traveled in Europe said he was at horn of the Virgin Mary suffered un into dinner one day in Paris and while der PoutiusiPilate was crucified dead telling a story was attacked with a and buriedrlie descended into hell if desired Also 98 acro3six miles north of Mem- Â¬ sudden and continuous fit of HKezing the third dayne rose frohthe dead Memphis Whon he ceased a Russian gentleman he ascended jnt6 heaven and sitteth phis situated on the Paducah named Pitoheekee on the right hand of God tho Father railroad at another table L B SHAPHERD fe20 6m turned about and complimented him ou Almighty nfrom thence he shall come his excellent and correct pronunciation to judge thetquiolc aud the dead and of the Russian language bolievo in the Holy Ghost the holy Route A New York letter mentioned a ru catholic church the Communion of Lookout that at least one hundred China Â¬ saints the forgiveness of sins the ros mor Hie body and the life men in that city following the recent urrection of Amen Therefore of their countrymen at everlasting example of one Be it enacted by the Senate and Fond du Lac Wis aro preparing to House of Representatives of the Uni is the best equipped safest and most 3K3T take out naturalizitiou papers with a view of becoming American citizens ted States of America in Congress as- pleasant liue it being the They arc understood to have been sembled That tho sum of five hun Â¬ GREAT CENTRAL SHORT LINE persuaded to this step by the Chiuesu dred thousand dollars or so much between the Northwest and Southeast 11 to Employment Bureau which was organ Â¬ thereof as may be necessary be and is the shortest and most direct route re Â¬ and Summer ized in New York some months siuce tbe same is hereby appropriated out the celebrated Springs East Tennessee sorts of Virginia and by a number of philanthropic man and of any funds in the treasury not other Connections are made with trains for all Â¬ women who were desirous of pro- Â¬ wise appropriated to bo expended un- points Pullman sleepers run on all DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP Through sleepers from tecting them from the persecutions to der the direction of the architect of night trains thecapitol to commemorate in suit- - Memphis to Nashvillo without change brown people tho little which are on all through subjected in San Francisco The exs able paintings bv tne great living ar I Double daily connections pleasure seek men and trains tiu nf ihUcenturvr unon the walls uf era bear Business that the Nashville Chat- pense attonding tho procurement of the in mind ueccssaiy papers will be borne by the the national capital tho birth lifo and tanoogo St Louis Kailroad otters better AND SrCCIAX AUEXTS FOR death cif our Saviour Jeus Christ as accommodations better tirao and connecsociety told iu the four gospels of Matthew tions than any other route between the ALSO AGENTS FOR WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES Death in the Storm Tho storm Mark Luko and John Northwest and Southeast Leave Memphis 1210 a tn 820 a m of a few days ago whjch swept over McKenzic 415 a m 1J5 p m The Southern States show more eviCQS THRESHERS the country with such nlarmiog ferooi GAAR SCOTT a m ty left death aud destruction in its path dences of real prosperity thau at any Arrive flickidan 800 1000 a m 730 p m at Nashvillo ESS Keeps on hand repairs for same through Dyer county Giant forest tiruobinoe the war The attention of Leave Nnshvillo 1010 a m 815 p m were uprooted fences scattered capitalists has beeu turned to the 1127 n m 940 D m trees Miirfrceshoro Wartrace 1222 p m 1040 p m over the country houses blown down South durinlho past sjs mouths as it COMPANY Tullahoma 113 p m 1120 p m OpporA few miles North has never been called before and cattle killed Dccherd 145 p m 1155 p m of Dyersburg in tho dead hourof night tunities for profltublo investments in Cowau 200 p ra 1210 a m OF a treo went crashing through the dwell this section are being constantly re Â¬ MANUFACTURERS it Stevenson 315 p m 130 a ra Ho and his vealed aud capital goe wherever it is ii Bridgeport 337 p m 200 a ra ing of Mr Luko Somers Tho produc Chattanooga 500 p in 330 a m wifo were in bod Tho treo after split Eafe and propor to go For information time tables and list of tiug the roof into kindling wood fell tion of cotton has exceeded tho wild by this line upon tho bed killing Mrs Soraer3 ini est prophecies and for the crop of summer resorts reached W McKenzib call Geo a prong of the tree passing en 187D the South received more thau for on or address stantly Agt McKenzic All over the STESL PLOWS AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS tirely through hor body Mr Somers any other in its history C P Atjiore ju Tassg Agt L M R W L DANLEY injured but wo learn Southern States a new spirit of lifo aud Memphis or waa also badly Oenl Pass Tkl Agt- Nashville Tcnu Dyersburg Gazette couQdeuco prevails ho will recover J W ROGERS GROCERIES W DIESTELBRINK W Phmmer Df e and Livery Stable Dk A M PARKER Wm B Plummer Â¬ Family Groceries Â¬ Â¬ KISTNER - - Â¬ Family Grocery and Provision Store R METHENY Attorneys at Xiaw R Tyler - FUENITTJEB coffins Matrasses kentucky Urr J Â¬ CONFECTIONERY K TINWARE d Â¬ NBCHOLSSHEPARD Â¬ Clay-ton-Bul- L RANDLE I 1 I - 5y - - JTf I - THE NOOK rn rH0B9sBsBBB Proprs yiMKissBvKZss HICKMAN WHARFBOAT John J Â¬ JB - JE s Â¬ i H OU 111 II1IZSNTUCST SI HICKMAN - te CH AS A Farms for Sale iniiflil J Prepr Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ JLcares9 SMALL 0IAOTS - Â¬ jga fountain DSUGS AND MEDICINES Paints Oils and Dye Stuffs KENTTJO HICJCMJST ONDUEANT ilREWRT Agricultural Implements Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IRTWEd BAfflil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - cjataar jo - THE HICKMAN COURIER 11UDAY COUNCIL Hickman PROCEEDINGS If Grant defeated is nominated ho will be Kt April 20 18S0 Council APRIL 30 18S0 Councilman met Present Mayor Tyler Faris French Randlc and Local Hems ljg8bort communications on Ruckner The minutes of the last meeting were The King of Siam will sail from read approved and signed England to America July 1 nitAvni Yellow fever has broken out at Vera Cruz Mexico road public The City Clerk presented a poll bock of questions printed tout not responsible the election on the cravel road to the far sentiments or expressions of corres Â¬ cemetery showing that of all the votes pond rats except where wo refuse to give cast a majority of 20 votes were cast in favor of levying the tax KGf nuthor tw motion said poll book was received Rev Mr Savage agent of the Atner and ordered to befiled On motion the City Tax Collector was iican Bible Sjciety will preach at the ordered to collec with the rccular reve iMethodist church next Sabbath nue said gravel road tax as follows 20 J W ROGERS keeps the bes Soap in cents on tire SlOOad valorem and SI poll rlottc 7 cents a bex Give him a trial tax J Remember the meeting of the stock- Â¬ holders tifibe Fallon County Fair on Sat turday at 1 oclock at City Hall Ceillr8K 20 cents a gallon at pt20 2t BUCK COWGILTS The Southwestern Kentucky Medt eal MociatIon will imeet in the city of IFadncah on Wednesday May 12 and not oath 19thofMay Mr P 6 Hines a citizen of Lake countyTenu died atMiptonville on the He was esteem flSthinst of pnuctonia cd a good Andrrortby citixen -- side of Broadway street between Catlctt and Trenton alleys Also 20 feet of the South side of Catlett st between Broad way and Hall street West Hickman On motion the privilege was granted to him ORDER TO COLLECT FINES rtSCIXG STREETS S N White made application to the city council to feucc up 30 feet of the East On motion the City Attorney was or Â¬ dered to look up all fines on the city court docket not reported collected by the City Marshal and enforce the collection of the same as far as possible On motion Council adjourned R E Millet C C Attest i The stringent part of the new Sun day law reads Cowgill The keeping opennff a bar or store or The Columbus Times after a brief any other place for the sale of such liquors or the selling or otherwise disposing of suspension causedby the death of one of such liquors on Sunday shall be deemed 5tpropriotors has again appeared with a violation of the statute to which this act is an amendment and shall upon con1B Walker andX S Taylor in charge viction subject the offender to the pains Oar city authorities will probably and penalties prescribed therein aud have to send abroad for hands to work on shall moreover for the third effense for Â¬ his tj streets sail the new gravel roaS as feitcourt license whether St ate city county or town license it appears impossible to get a force here gga week in your own town Terms and JTbfy pay cash but everybody is busy w uuoui nets auuress 11 nAibtTTO The steamer Cons Miller came near Co Portland Maine apl30 1eing capsired in the storm of Sunday For the Relief of Hickman last between here and Cairo Our towns Â¬ man W L MeCutchen was on board We see that a bill has been reported and passed the Lower House of the Legislature looked fearful squally titled A bill for the relief of the people OUR enterprising friend J TV Rogers of Hickman Fulton county We dont is now rcceivinr e BDlendid lot of fresh doubt but that there are many grievances Groceries which he is offering for sale at BLACK DRAUGHT cures costive aeaa and Sick Headache For sale by Buck Â¬ 4ne very lowest prices -- Cook figlHtng is growing to be a popular amusement among some an nick- nan and some cititens talk of having the officers to raid the next engagament and ring spectators and all befire the grand Griffin jury Oar friend Cspt has moved lis merchant tailoring establishment and bow occupies rooms in tbo new addition He is one of the best tail- o the Laclede ors in West Kentucky sn4 we cordially commend him to all r I Dennis Kearney is at last in the stripes and at hard labor This is the unknown Mems Unbbard and Gray com heavist blow that communism has re- Â¬ Yeoman Bitnding officers of the Columbus Yacht SrEAKER Bigger and J D White ceived in this country iog Club sailed into Himan a their the Republican member from Clay had The work of eaumeration for the pleasure craft this week and while here a personal encounter at Frankfort the census will begin on June 1 In the - took iu some of the Hickman manufac other day Bigger accused White of cities it must be completed jby the 15th turing interests while in tho country the entire month falsifying while in the chair and after will be occupied Capi J H Shields the talented H PLAUT BRO ditor of the Clinton Democrat accomp- Â¬ adjournment White met and struck A bill compelling the county au- Â¬ him Bystanders interfered and pre- thorities to hire out prisoners for pet- Â¬ anied by Elder Fleming visited Hickman Cheapest Newspaper ic BLAQK DRAUGHT cures dyspep Â¬ The Saturday Shields was agreeably sur vented a fight The town marshal ar ty offenses instead of boarding them sia indigestion and heartburn the South Our advice is at tho expense of the county will probaprised at Hickman manufactories being rested both parties Fpr sale by Bcck Cowaitt bly pass the Legislature much more extensive than he expected that Bigger was in the right ai When Naomi stood up to get mar BUY ON SATURDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS Forty years trial bs proved BLACK NASHVILLE ried and the clergyman asked her if The Hickman Bakery Kyser Witting DRAUGHT the best liver medicine in Tor Circuit Jndc was sure she was fourteen years she Tespectfully notify customers to snpply announce Judge ONE DOLLAR FOR A UlEAR the world old it must have been a terrible twist W We are authorized toGraves county as themselves with bread on Saturday or W ROBERTSON of For sale by BrcK Cowqill for her to admit that she was 5S0 The next Presidential election will dea candidate for re election to the office of Saturday night as the new law compels termine questions of vital importance to Circuit Judge in this Judicial District the bakery to close up oa Sunday The question of moving the county The democrats of California claim every citizen of tbo Union Upon its KAYSER WITTING results will depend the perpetuity of our Connnonivcnlth Attorney seat of Obion county from Troy to that if the party be united in that All Wo are anthorized to announce Mr B republican form of government will State in the next November election Union City has been settled It SINSLOW ESEOSENB will bo tboronghly distheaa the Democratic majority for the Cin- Â¬ A Neale as a candidate for re election cussed questions present session of Conin tbe The safest and best Coal Oil in the marÂ¬ not be moved to the office of Commonwealths Attorney gress It is our desire and our purpose ket Fire test 175 Price 30 cents per Tom Tarrner the mountain repre- Â¬ cinnati nominees will be between 3 000 and 7000 in the State gallon at Divine services so far as we can contribute to that end Methodist Ciiuacn BUCK aprm 3t COWGILLS that every citizen shall be fully informed every Sunday 11a m and 7J p m sentative says Kentucky has always The Cincinnati Southern it is said upon all these questions of such vast mo- Â¬ Service of Song at 9 a ji i Some Missouri friends created a borne the burden and has never shar- wl construct a branch from Danville ment Is our national government to be w Sunday School at 9 a Is henceforth an imperial despotism Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7J P m rather lively episode in our city court ed the benefits of the Union bnt be to Nashville a distance of 119 miles Are the bayonet to rule the ballot to meet a road built by Col Cole from Rev E K Bradford Pastor One old gentleman fined thinks Saturday last bring this year ho will the rights of tho States expressly re C L Randle S S Supt Jackson Tennessee and thus form an for contempt of court said that he had ber fully into the Union served in the Constitution to yield to Â¬ outlet both for Cincinnati in one direcShall arrogant centralized dictation bad too much fan for the amount charged Ninety five centennial trees one for tion and St Louis and imperious party leaders under the ffiammerriaL on giving the judge and and insisted cry of Liberty rob the citizens of liberty Rev Frank D Moore of Covington prosecuting attorney a dime each The each country in Tennessee are to be Shall Mammon be the only deity who 1 Hickman uourtkr office Moore Memorial evening exercises panned out about planted on the Capital grounds at Ky formerly of the shall be acknowledged as having divine Fridav April 30 I88C Shall labar be deprived of its rights 35000 for the city treasury Nashville to be known by the name Church Nashvillo Tenn has recently In order to bring it within just rewards asserted that Sunday should not be COtXTRY PRODUCE ETC J at tho means of every man mechanic far Â¬ w 9fl per day free home Samples of their respective counties made wholly a day of devotion but worth 55 Address Stix mer and laborer in all vocations even in Rhode Island is the only Stato in should also be a day of recreation PORK 4c FRUIT apl30 803 Co Portland Maine Apples 5 to 6 cents these hard times to inform himself what DRIED which a dog tax was ever succcssfuly His Presbytery declared tbo teaching Peaches 7 to 8 cents political parties are proposing wo have The Hickman and Dresden gravel heretical IFHEAT market active 90aS125 per bush reduced the terms of tho Weekly Ameri Â¬ collected Three constables surrounroad bill passed the Legislature on last MEAL 40c from wagons can to ONE DOLLAR a year For six It is expected that the emigration to BEES 1PAX 20c per lb months 75 cents Three months 40 cents Monday and is now a law This bill looks ded the State and held Ihe dogs in this country will reach the present HIDES green 6c dry salted 12c dry The real value of the paper will not be o the building of a gravel road from while they could be counted decreased with reduction of price but flint 18c year tbe unprecedented figures of 400 Hickman tonear Jordan in this county At a meeting of M ezican veterans 000 These emigrants not only bring TFOOL 48a52c per lb tub washed un- Â¬ will be vastly increased in proportion to Such rata as C H Hubbard H A Tyler at Somerset last week price washed 22 to30 cts the roll call their labor but they bring on an av THE AMERICAN AddreBS FEATHERS 35a40o per lb prime and others manifest a friendly feeling to 860 a head which will make TALLO IP 5c per lb Nashville Tenn fifteen living of the erage the new enterprise and will take active discovered only addition of about BUTTER fresh 25c per lb one hundred and thirty five that went this year a clean interest in its success It is really an old POULTRY 150 Spring chickens 25000000 of ready hard cash extension of the gravel road already pro into the war fro a that country S200a225 per dozen c lOo per dozen bill was introducTided for by taxation only the extension At Covington Ky on the night of ed A new reciprocity week to negotiate EGGS BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels by Mr Coz last in to be built by private enterprise we the 13lh Alexander Wilson who had commerce between the United States S150 iron bound S1C0 Flour 455ts believe Apple and Potato 35c Kraut and Pickle entered a burning building to rescuo aod Canada It proposes to admit the Stands 75c to 150 Cypress Kegs iron IF you want to make your wife and bound 10 gals 90c Oak 90c children nappy go to J WROGERS and eomo children was caught by falling products of each country to the other allow duties of from ten to twelve tgct a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cents walls and perished in the flames GROCERIES aplSO fWr can percent except agricultural products The President of the New Orleans on some of which there are higher du- BACON sides lOcls shoulders 7cts hams Sunday Law in Hickman The Board of Health positively denies the ties vi 12Jcts igorous enforcement of the new Sunday report telegraphed from the National CHEESE per pound There are a number of Arkansas ne COFFEE 12al4c taw in other parts of the State has awak Rio 10a20 per lb Board of Health at Washington stat groes in N Y awaiting transportation CRACKERS 7a9cper lb ened considerable concern in the minds sSew to Liberia houseless in rags unfed COAL OIL 25 per gallon of some of our own citizens and they are that yellow fever had appeared at Li CANDLES Star 15al6a per lb hopeless and begging for work Orleans seeking advice on the subject We think beria is a bourne from which a few un- Â¬ FLOUR Hickman Mills 700 there is no new Sunday law except the Hon J C Gilbert who has been deceived negroes do return and it is MOLASSES 40a 50c per bbl COcts per half barrel section referring to saloons which we visiting Washington for the purpose about time for the negroes to under- Â¬ LARD OIL 100 per gallon printed in the Cockier last week The is no place like LARD 8ca lOcper lb Mothers lUre and IliysioIan of getting the President to pardon stand that there grand jury of the next Circuit Court will recommend it way down on the Swayne riv GUNPOWDER 5050 per keg homo says BLASTING POWDER doubtless strive to enforce the law as it Is young Maupio of this county 550 per keg er SODA 5aG per lb by the keg IT IS NOT NARCOTIC but what construction the court will place he obtained the promise from PresiIt will be recollected thatsomo time SUGAR brown 9o hard 12Jal4c dent Hayes that the pardon would be upon the phraze works of necessity ago Chas De Young an editor of San SHOT per bag 2 00 we dont know Judge Robertson has issued as soon as the Attorney General STONEWARE lOper Francisco shot J S Kalloch the TOBACCO manufaedgallonlb50a75c CENTAUR IiTNEJIENTS tlio per been charging the grand juries under this returns to the National capito newly eleoted Mayor of that city On SALT sack salt Worlds great 2 50 fine identical law except the saloon sections Tlicylical soothe and Tiie town of Macon Miss was de last Friday 23d inst at half past 7 HARDWARE ETC A for years and we presume with that M Kalloch son of tho May cureBurnsWouudsVcakBack stroyed by the storm on last Sunday oclock J exception his chargo next August will be or hunted up Do Young in his office CASTINGS 3a5c per lb and Rheumatism upon ManÂ¬ We think Twenty two killed outright and many 2Jc per about the same as heretofore the Chronicle and shot him dead IRON bar size 6c per lb lb and Sprains Galls and Lame The disaitcr was quite as He was arrested and the city is full PLOW STEEL the txtremc of this law will prove objec- wounded ness upon Beasts Cheap quick PLOW STEEL WINGS 6jc per lb tionable to our people while they will bad in proportion to population as of excitement IRON AXLES 5c per lb and reliable heartily endorse a respectful observance that of Marshfield Mo tho Sunday 575 The prevalence of terrific and in NAILS SHOE rates 30c per lb NAILS HORSE of the S bbath by all classes and trades before Great destruction of property our day unprecedented storms goes STEEL cast M 3 A 20a25c Its ex ggerated enforcement is the sen Â¬ far toward confirming the belief that STEEL PLOWS 8al2Jc per lb Citizen Tax Payers sation now but this will spend itself and and life was experienced along the line there are Dlanetarv disturbances of HUBS S125a225 per sett in due time good may come of it The of the storm throughout the State of an unusual nature I do not wish to bo considered harsh It is strange that PLOWS Hertweck I Baltzer No 2Knoerr 700 nor do I wish to speculate on your dclin- Steel Plows No 600 object of the law should be to rebuke the Mississippi and into Tennessee these old planets cant get together No 3 360 No 4 900 to tell you But am oucnev license which would convert innocent re- Â¬ Memphis is already taking steps to without concocting mischief and inter Baltzers patent one horse Plow 600 ex candidly who Ihaveconstrained their taxes not paid and pleasures into offensive and creations tra plow moulds 203 each Cottou for the years 1877 mid 1878 that unless prevent the reappearance of yellow fering with the meteorology of this disorderly revels md at the same time scrapers same planet Saturn especially ought to be the same is paid promptly I shall levy The local Board one jiot build up a bigotry to proscribe all fever in that place ashamed of himself after all that he Powell Bro from various factories horse upon and sell your property Reweinber 500aS0Q two horse plows of Health has issued an order that has been through with that the law allows fifty cents for every inoocent recreations and enjoyments all plows 600al600 levy and six per cent additional The new Sanday law simply pro- Â¬ after May 10th no fruits or goods of of which must be paid by the party owing SUNDRIES from tropical ports The choir broke into two sections on vides more stringent rules in regard to any character Shall I make these costs or tho taxes the first stanza of the opening hymn will you pay up and save it yourselves The law in through Southern ports will be ad closing saloons on Sundays dead halt The suspense BAGGING 10al2Jo per yard I mean business That ii the question regard to all other business is the same mittcd at Memphis until first subjected and came to a the apologetic voice of ROPE machine 16a20c was broken by Respectfully that has existed for years It has always to such inspection or regulations as the leader B R WALKER Sheriff Just lets score for another TIES 6a6c janl start and well come under the wire LEATHER kip skins 460a850 sole per beenthe law that people could be prose by the Board This neck and neck lb 30 a 35c upper sido 450a500 may be prescribed Atrul package of BLACK DRAUGHT The hymn went on cured for doin any ordinary business on PRINTS 4a8c per yard rce of charge at Sunday but it has been so seldom enforc- - is a judicious move and calculated to South Carolina ha3 13 10 miles of DOMESTIC 3Jal2Jc per yard Buck Cowgill JEANS 20a00c per yard railroad ied that ithas been practically a dead law have its intended effect The best grades of whisky kept at rea Â¬ sonable prices by destroyed W ROGERS apttO Best Wlilslcy J the good people of Hickman need to be relieved of but exactly what special Â¬ grievance our Honorable member desires thus to relieve us of we dont understand If it refers to mosquitoes gnats delin- Â¬ quent subscribers non advertising mer-Â¬ 72 A WEEK- - 12 a day at home easily made Costly outfit free Address chants yellow fever germs loafers cant Â¬ Trce Co Aueusta Maine aplSO ing soar heads grunters and growlers MARK Four million unmarried women in STRAY small white spot in COLT all right we want to be relieved But Bay mare right eye then we dont know what this is about the coutitry and ice cream quotations black mane and tail Colt yearling steadily advancing What is to be black and few white hairs at the root of The cyclone did cousiderablodamage done tail Liberal reward for any information Address or recovery in Illinois Saturday night The Jatest On and after May the time between A F OLIVER reports are to the effect that through Nashvillo and St Louis via Souih apl23 2t Hickman Ky out the State a large number of lives eastern railroad will be shortened from were lost and considerable property 23 to 15i hours The famine in East Prussia is re ported to be increasing in severity Hereafter in this State a jury Â¬ man must know how to read and write Gen Joseph E Johnston will be in Nashville to assist in unveiling the Jackson statue The people of Paducah talk of erect ing telephone lines to Smithland and other towns in that section High waters have caused the Miss Â¬ issippi to break through the levees in many places and do much damage A saloon in Henderson closed on last Saturday observed it as a day of rest and did a live business on Sunday Constitutional amendments have ta Â¬ ken Pennsylvania and Indiana out of the October election States and left only Ohio in that list Senator Gordon says Tilden can car- Â¬ ry Georgia if he is nominated but there is more opposition to him than any other candidate named Mississippi planters propose to in- Â¬ troduce Chinese laborers on the plan- Â¬ tations to take the place of the colored people who have emigrated A grand horticultural and porno- logical exposition of the Mississippi Valley will be held at St Louis on the 7th 8th and 9th of next September A terrible famine is reported in Brazil Many thousand of the people have already died for the want of food if the accounts received are true Somebody who is supposed to have kept the record himself or by proxy asserts that ihe winter of i879 80 has been the mildest known within a pe- Â¬ riod of 91 years Â¬ Be it enacted by the City Council of the Take BLACK DRAUGHT and you City of Hickman Sfc 1 That the mayor be directed to appoint a policeman as is will never he bilious authorized by sec 1 art 4 of the city For sale by Buck Cowgill charter and the compensition of said po- Â¬ We have a nice line of ladies cloaks and liceman is hereby fixed at 25 per cent shawls balmorals cotton and woolen upon all the fines imposedjand collected hose nubias hoods and furs which we from persons apprehended by him Sec 2 This ordmanco to be in force will sell very low Call and examine from and after its passage 3 tf J AMBERGS SONS CITY ITEMS An Ordinance Policeman GO TO THE Headquarters Jioolcs DRUG STORE OF- for all Kinds of School and School Supplies Health Ordinance nan 1st That John W Cole is horeby ap Â¬ pointed health officer in and for the city of Hickman for the ensuing twelve months removable however at tbo option of thfl City Council 2 That it shall be the duty of saM health officer to watch over Ihe sanitary condi- Â¬ tion of the city and to carefully guanl against all conse of disease to use all known measures to prevent the introduc- Â¬ tion and spreading of contxgeous or in Â¬ fectious disease and to perform anch other duties as the City Council may from time to time determine necessary to pro mote the health of the inhabitants of the city 3 That stagnant water or other matter or substance deleterious to health shall not remain upon any vacant lot or lols and it shall he the duty of the health om- cer to have any such watrr iMilter or sub Â¬ stance removed fron sm h lot or lots by the owner or azi nt of tbe same and if such water substance or matter is not removed after three days notice to the owner or agent of said lot or lots then the health officer may have tho same done at the expense of said owner or agent and the eost for removal or abatement shall be assessed against such tot or lots and the cost thereof be recovered by warrant in the city court of Hickman and for his services in abating or removing such water matter or substance the health officer shall be allowed three dollars per day to be taxed in the cost of abating op removal by tbe city court of Hickman aud c recovered as the cost of removal 4 The health officer shall have authori Â¬ ty to order the removal abatement and prevention of any and every sanitary nuisance in the city of Hickman and spec- Â¬ ify a reasonable time within which it shall be done and in the event of tbe failure of tbe ownerj agent or occupant of 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 De liable to a fine in the city court of Hickman of not less than tea nor more thait twenty dollars to be re- Â¬ covered by warrant taken out by said health officer in the city court of Hiok man and for each of said warrants so taken out the health officer shall be al- Â¬ lowed 2o per cent of what is recovered and collected in such case 5 It shall not be lawful for any person to suffer or permit any decayed vegetable or animal matter slop trash dirt or stagnant water to be And remain npon their lot or premises in the city of Hick man and it shall be the duty of the health officer after two days notioe if such is not removed or abated to have warrant issned from tbe city court of Hickman against the persons owning or occupying said lot or premises and upon conviction of n violation of this ordinance snoh person shall be fined by said city court not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars C It shall not be lawful for any per- Â¬ son to permit any kinuof dirt or filth to accumulate be and remain upon their premises fn their privys stables cellars or out houses or upon their lots and if any person violates this ordinance they shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor more than twenty dollars lobe recovered by warrant in the city court of Hickman Â¬ Bt ilordaincd by the City Council of nick KOCI I OWGILL WlW School aijd FRBNZ DEALER IJJ partments OUR STOCK is now complete in all its de- An Ordinance Wharfage Miscellaneous Â¬ Â¬ J H Plaxtt Bro Query Why will people suffer with indigestion when BLACK DRAUGHT will euro them For sale by Buck Cowgill lie it enacted by the City Council of the City Hickman Sec 1 That hereafter the wharf ags tax upon all steamboats landing with in Ihe corporate limits shall be 20 per cent upon the amount of their freight bills where they do not exceed ten dollars and two dollars and fifty cents where their freight bills aggregate ten dollars or over All wharfage collected less commission for collecting to be set apart as a wharfage fund tu ho expended only in constructing and keeping in repair a WE have just received a nice selection X of Ladies Misses and Childrens fancy KTffiSS3ES A 4 JiUUiiiUUilTluimiiiiiirimiuumuuuiu colored and silk embroidered Hose all first quality Call and examine before the city cuurt of Hickman TO BUY YOUR Sec 3 This act to take effect and be in buying force from and after its passage aprl9 2m J AMBERGS SONS Medicines SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A marvelous cure for catarrh diptheri can- Â¬ ker mouth head ache With each bottle FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PINE PEEFUHES there is an ingenious nasal injector for the more successful treatment without SOAPS extra charge Price 50 cts For sale by PAINTS BUCK COWGILL OILS good substantial wharf Sec 2 The owner or captain of any steamboat failing or refusing to pay said tax shall be fined double the amount of tax due to be recovered by warrant in Stationery Wall Paper ture Frames Focliet Cutlery Toys Goods CLINTON STREET HICKMAN Pic- Â¬ and Fancy Drugs Patent WOOL Highest cash price H PLAUT and BRO tf KY paid for Wool by aplO J ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR Stock we will sell the remain- Â¬ der of our Fall and Winter Stock of Dry Goods and Clothing at greatly reduced We mean what we say that we prices will not be under sold Call and examine before buying Gt J AMBERGS SONS tial citizen of Iowa City says IN 1 have had Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for seve- Â¬ ral years and have used every remedy without relief until I tried Shilohs V- Â¬ italizes which entirely cured me Price COWGILL Sold by BUCK 76 cents J G The Best I Ever Knew Of Strrkey a prominent and influen- Â¬ DYE STUFFS K3Send for copies of my Nevi Reduced Price Lists of Picture Frames Ckromos Brackets Croquet Sets and Base Balls for 1878 CIGARS AND TOBACCO Pocket Knives Kasors SEWING MACHINES R B Brevard TTTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER r joy Prescriptions Accurately Compounded her at the Drug Store of grief when sickness enters and takes them IiCt Us Have Peace THE WAR in the price of Gro- Â¬ away Take warning then that you are ceries only shows that yon can buy running a terrible risk if they have a very best quality at the very lowest Cough Croup or Whooping Cough which the lead to Consumption if you do not attend prices at to it at once SHILOHS CONSUMPTION JOHN WITTINGS ap26 The pride of a mother the life and of a home are her children hence A Mothers Grief U BUCK S S 5 COWGILIi THE finest line of Men and Boys Spring and Summer Clothing in the city just received at cure is 10 cts side or 25 cts guaranteed to cure them Price 50 cents ano 1 For lame back chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster COWGILL Sold by BUCK S I o m caco P H3 GO H MANHOOD HOW LOST HOW RESTORED a new edition of Dr ical cure without medicine of Spermator Â¬ rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Impoteucy Mental and Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar- Â¬ J H Platjt Cdlverwelis Cllkurated Essat on the rad JUST PUBLISHED Bros Hardware Cutlery PISTOLS Or Guns and 1 but full particulars are yet GOODS of all kinds hare advanced from 25 to 30 per cent but we still adhere to our old prices Cheapest Â¬ Cash House in town and J riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy and fits induced by self indulgenco or c sexual extravagance The celebrated author in this admir Â¬ able Essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty years successful practice that the alarming consequences of self abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the applica- Â¬ tion of the knile pointing out a mode of cure at once simple certain and effectual by means of which every sufferer no mat- Â¬ ter what his condition may be may cure himself cheapley privately and radically JES This Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land Sent under seal in a plain envelope to any address post paid on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps Address lhejublishers THE CULVEttWELL MEDICAL CO 41 Ann St New York P O Bor 4585 b NAILS CASTINGS TOOLS c CD w 3 S 2 CO M- - 8 - si v 8P p S a H o CO tS P THE TtA35TBrt - w Â¬ Â¬ iEEST fH IN WORLD I Weekly American g tsssT5 jmK SMSSX 8 S g or pits now in use or heretofore used as GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET privies be thoroughly cleaned out and IRON WARE then filled to the level of the earth with good clean dry dirt or clay on or beforo to order such as the 15th day of March 1580 and upon a 56 JOB WORK done c Roofing Glittering Spciutinz failure to do the occupant or owner of tbe Sjn of the Gold Stove Clinton Street premises upon which siid sink or pit may fcb7 79 Hickman Ky 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 aseparato M offense said fines to bo recovered by war Â¬ rant in the city court 8 The health officer is anthorized to have all pits and sinks used as privies cleaned out and filled up as above direct- Â¬ ed and Ihe expenses thereof including fi H three dollars for his services for super Â¬ intending the cleaning and filling of such H as Pi pit or sink to be taxed against tho owner 03 or occupant of the premises to be recov Â¬ ered by warrant in the city court in tha name of the city and the premises upon which tbe 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 passace STOV 7 Be it further ordained that all vaults a 3 a o a g 3 H Â¬ Z 4 M m m 4 H PATENTS obtained for new inventions or for im- Â¬ provements in old ones Caveats Trade Marks and all patent business promptly attended to Inventions thit have been rejected may itill in most cases bo patented by us Being opposite the U S Talent Office and engaged in patent business exclusive- Â¬ ly we cm secure patents in less time than those who are remote from Wash Â¬ ington and who must depend upon tho mails in all transactions with tbe latent Â¬ Â¬ ip 4 0 Ul ot a allchtly dirty whlto color It may appear white examined by it elf bnt a COMPAUISON TVITII CIEURCH COS AKIH AND MAMMKIt Bit AND Will allow tlio dlflercncc Seo that yonr Balclnc Soda I Whlto andPVEG as should bo AIiIj SIITXILAIt SimsXANCES used ror Xninnro BI Carb Soda 19 B a a o M O h ct- - B 1 Â¬ H a a a as 3 v 1 Â¬ o 8 in P w C m n 1 8 food Office When inventors send model or sketch wa make search in the Patent Office aud Â¬ Â¬ Children tor IBBl Lager Beer Saloon MILLERS old stand Clinton street OYSTERS BOLOGNESAU PIGSFEET Fruits Candy Nuts The Cheese Crackers etc specialties best of Cigars and Tobacco A simple bnt severs test of the comparative value ot different brands of Soda is to dissolvo dessert Fpoonf ul of each kind with about a pint of water hot preferred in clear rlssea stirring until all is thoroughly dissolved The delete Â¬ rious insoluble matter in the inferior Boda will be shown after settling some twenty minutes or sooner by the milky appearance of the solution and the quantity of floating fiociy matt er ac Â¬ cording to quality Be sure and ask for Church Cos Sada end see that their name is on the package and yon will pet the purest and whitest made The usa ot this with sour milk in prelerence to Baking Towder saves twenty times its cost Bee one pound package for valuable tifoma tioa and read carefully SHOW THIS TO YOUR 8R0CER 9 w UESTATJRANT MEALS AT ALL HOURS ONLY 25c Oysters and all kinds of Confectioneries d2078 always to be had advise as to the patentability free of confidential Correspondence charge prices low and no charge unless patent ia obtained We refer te Hon Postmaster General D M Key Rev F D Powers to officials in the U S Patent Office and especially to our clients in every State of the Union and in Canada For special references terms advice c addresa Opposite Patent nov21 CO C A SNOW Office Washington D C o Commissioners Police Geo B Geo V Â¬ CRY Castoria Â¬ Pitchers John G Griffin oh ant MerJUST RECEIVEDTailor BUTTERICKS Report of latest Fall nd Winter Fashions and a large lot of simples of French English and Gorman goods Ueutlemen are invited to call and ex sept26 r pafsaplfa parilla stillingia mandrake dock with tho iodide of potash and iron all powcrlul liloou uiaKiu anil life sustaining elements It is the purest safest and most effectual alterative available to tho public Tho sciences of medicine and chemistry havo remedy liever produced aresulting so potent to from impure euro all diseases blood It cures Scrofula and all oioou-cicaus-- in itors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Geo B Prather deceased that the un- Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 4th Monday of July1880 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within the lime specified above will bo forever barred JNO A WILSON Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court march 1 18SO FULTON CIRCUIT COURT Prathers admr pltiff Equity against B Prathers heirs and crcd J sarsa Is a compound of tho virtues of yellow Comiuissi033crs iVoticc N N HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 3E5E sD- Â¬ - Z3SCz3Bsia2fe3 DEALER IN HICKMAN KY tatian and American Marble MONUMENTS 10MB ANO GRAVE 1 Â¬ ican and Italian Marble I am pre Call and examine pared to fill all orders eur work BQkOrJers from tho country promptly Glled mayUB STONES AVING received a fine lot of Amer Â¬ scrofulous diseases Erysipelas Rose or St Anthonys Fire rim ples niul Face grubs Pustules Boils Tumors Tetter IJlotclies Humors Salt Rheum Scald head RliiK vtorni Ulcers Sores Rhcu Â¬ nmtism Mercurial Disease Neu ralgia Feinalo Weaknesses and Irregularities Jaundice Affections of tho Liver Dyspepsia Emacia Â¬ tion and General Debility riHAlvEN UP AS STRAYS by J R Wea JL ver living 5 miles East of Hickman near Mud Creek in Fulton county Ky on the 12th day of February 18S0 One White and Black Spotted COW and CALF Cow nged about 1 1 years both marked with crop and underbit iu right and split in left ear but having no other marks or brands perceivable and which Is apprais Â¬ ed nt the value of eight dollars Witness my hand this 21st day of Feb- Â¬ ruary If 80 nich5 Iw J W MAYES J P F C For Bent or Sale I acres cleared and acres A acrestract wheat land improvements tolerable in prefer selling For terms aud price apply to F M DAVIE aiiTK53in 100 GOOD FARM 130 1C0 good whole 7 milps from Hickman on the Hickman and Moscow road I will rent or sell but Ilv its searching and cleansing quali Â¬ ties it purges out tho foul corruptions which contaminate tho blood and causo derangement anil decay It stimulates tho vital functions restores and pre Â¬ serves health and iufutes new life and throughout tho whole system No v suTlerer from any disease of the blood need despair who will give AYElts Sak uiuihlla a fair trial It is folly to experiment with the nu Â¬ merous low priced mixtures without nudicinal virtues offered as while disease becomes inoro firmly seated Avrns SausaiAUILLA is a medi Â¬ etas of such concentrated curative power that it is by far tho best cheapest and most rcliablo blood purifier known Physicians know its composition and prescribe It It has bean widely used for forty ears and has won tho uuquall iicd confidence of millions whom it has ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the crcJItor3 tho of N P Harness deceased undersigned Commissioner of the Fuhoi Circuit Court under in order in the above styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the dtte hereof until tho fourth Monday of July 1S30 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever J NO A WILSON barred Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court march 1 IStK FULTOX CIRCUIT COURT P Harness admr plaintiff J against Eiity P Harness heirs and credit- - J V tkt Comimsssojicrs Jfoilce W II W ir blood-puri-iic- rs benefited PREPARED BY DR J C AYER Lowell CO 1ractlcal and Analytical Chemists Mass fcOLD EV ALL UCVGGI3T3 tVLUVWUCIlE fota iiy a Hoicojtint creditors defendants Notice is hereby given to the-- crvditora oT W II II Hawkius deceased that tho undersigned Commissioner of the Fultort Circuit Court under an order in tho ibove styled cause will attend al thv County Court ClerLs office in llictcim Ky from the date hereof until Uift 4tU Monday of July lt30 In vcceivo ami hear proof of claims agtin3l sid decedent and that all cl iims not presented io hint and proven as required by w within the time specified above will be forevrr bar Â¬ JNO A WILSON red Master Corurur Fultuu Circuit Court march I ISM FULTON CIRCUIT COURT 11 Hawkins admr pltifi l against Equity H II Hawkins heirs and J j - I t 1 - U v rt v V t t ik aPaaaaaaaHHaHafaBV JthKHHHHUHHIII i Educational Department J II SAUNDERS Editor A Series of interesting experiments was lately made by Prof J W Ycat man at the Uuiversily at Nashville to Blow TIio World Turn Headquarters for all Kinds of School Jioohs and School StqypUcs toot and Jlhocmalicvs u ft BEST IN THE ANSWERS TO QUElllHS 1 am jrouip to lend tuy guu In most generally u ctl 2 Mr Warren gave you a complete anwcr to this qucMiou last week 3 To play rep int v inf m like a noun objective case prcs tense object of trans verb love We have received some queries tlii week tljt tc nrc compelled to omit a the Courier has no type suitable for their solution Once more let us urge teachers and others interested in a Query Box to nid the Courier by in creasing its circulation We telect the following from the queries that have reached us 4 Why are there more storms on the Aihintic than on the Pacific 5 What is tho pronunciation of the Dame or the town or city head villi5 Of what use is the Metric System of weights and measures 7 Do the text books on grammar teach people to read write and speak the English language correctly or do wc learn these from other books aud Â¬ - throuirconversation S I saw the woid in a newspaper lish word What does it nieaa 9 Of what couutry are turkeys na tivc Were they first found iu Tur- Â¬ key oIcaainouneBs Is this a good Kng The trustees of county have been quite busy during tho last week taking the census of the school children Wc have heard some lively deputes about district boundary lines Some chil- Â¬ dren are claimed by two or three dis net Our last State Superintendent ventured to assert that hundreds per- Â¬ haps thousands of children were and are illegally reported every year Our school law needs amending on this subject tt lOVe Thore are two kinds of love that which indulges and restrains and that which is willing even when anxious to indulge to restrain if it be oecessa The former injures ahd often ry ruin- - the latter is benificeut From this improper love have originated in our time some errors whose existence would defy belief if their consequences were cot so general Men who have succeeded are heard to say My chil dren all not work as I had to work forgcling that in that work though enforced and irksome the foundation of their own prosperity was laid In a similar pirit doting parents try to jnve to their children everything that they were deprived of thus bringing them up in softness and effeminacy making them hot house plants In stead of teaching them the manly tol eration oT pain and courageous sur mounting of obstacles they administer opiates allow them to take gas when the first teeth aro extracted permit them to sleep late to attend parlies sad to drive to and from school in the family carriage if they have one or Not long since in public conveyance the writer attended the commence rcenl of a well known military school As the boys and young men were per- Â¬ forming their evolutions attacking and defending a redoubt c certain doting mothers sat in the reception room surveying the scene One said to the The boys seem to enjoy it other but I cant help feeling that the poor fellow are worked too hard And the rest chimed in with this absurd re mark as though the boys were train Â¬ ing for jelly fish instead of men Â¬ Â¬ demonstrate the rotation of the earth on its axis byimeaos of that simple but ingenious thing a pendulum It is a well estahli hcd law of mo chanics that a pendulum if set in mo i tion will always vibrate iu the simc DELFR IX plane You may twist the stiing be ween the fingers and the ball will rotate but the plane of its vibration will be unaltered Th following illustra- Â¬ School aijd Miscellaneous tions by Mr Yeatman were given First let tis suppose the experiments made at the north pole and that the earth rotates once in twenty four hours If tho pendulum were started aud kept in motion while it would swing always in the same plauc the earth would turn under the pendulum toward the Pic- Â¬ ea t once or3G0deg in 2i hours or Stationery Wall Paper 15 degrees in one hour or the pendu lem woud appear to make one revolu Â¬ ture Frames tion to the west in the same time This would be true at the south pole also At the equator on the contrary the Fochet Cutlery Toys and Fancy pendulum would always oscillate in the Goods plane of a tirridian aud the plane be ing carried forward with the earth there would be no apparent change CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY and it would always appear to swing in the Eame direction The apparent change of direction of the pendulum my Xem SSend for copies of Framcs Reduced that towards the west i at the pole Price Lists of Iclurc Chromos 15 deg in one hour and at the equa- Â¬ Brackets Croquet Sets and Base Ballt for tor fiothiug At places between the 1878 the apparent pole aud the equator change of direction will be between these limits The true amount of angular motion XTTIIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER per hour is proportional to the line of the the latitude of the place Thu latitude of Nashville is 30 deg J min Therefore 15 deg in 3G dejr 9 min equals S deg 51 min in one hour and the time of an entire revolution of the pendulum is therefore at Nashville 40 h 41 min That is to say if a long peudulum were started swinging from unrth to south it would gradual ly change its direction towards the right aud if kept swinging long enough would make a complete revolution here in 40 h and 41 rain It makes no dif- Â¬ ference what the length of the pendulum In this case it was about 30 ft long The experimeot is not as eay as it looks and it requires very careful manipulation to accomplish it Not Hardware Cutlery Guns the slightest friction or motion of the wind tending to alter the directum of the pendulum must be permitted and PISTOLS KAILS these are difficulties almost impossible CASTINGS to overcome In stating it care must c TOOLS be taken to drop it from its center of gravity or otherwise it will wabble and its course will not be a right line but a more or less irregular eclipse but even then the law can be confirmed GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE by watching the traverse axis of the F IUTZ 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so large that it is supplied 16 subscribers post paid for only 150 each year We are happy to announce that wo haver made arrangements to furnish to cash subscribers BOTH the Codbikk and tho American Agriculturist for the small sum of only S2G5 a year both post paid which is but a trifle over five cents a week Who will not smoke one cfgarjesy a week or save five cents from somcplher needless expenditure if necessary to constantly supply himself and family with both of these journals Remember only 205 pays for the Coubiek and the American Agricullutist both sent post paid for a whole year Please tell your neigh Â¬ bors of this if Send in your subscriptions at once The American Agriculturist is just entering1 its 38th annual volume and now isth time to subscribe Sale and Livery Stable B WmKENTUCKYPlummer STREET KEEPS sale same BRAND SliolV tlio difference See tlint jrnnr Baking Soda Is xvlttte mi tl PTJRE as should be ALb SIMILAR SUIISiTANCIiS used Tor food A rimpla Irat Bevera U st of tho comparntiYO Talue ot different brands or Soda is to dissolve a constantly on naud for hire ex Â¬ of HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS Thankful for patronage heretofore tended him he solicits a eontinuanco IPlfiflUI firvcni dessert rpconfnl of each kind with about a pint of vaterihot preferred inclearRlassps stininy until nil Is thoroughly dissolved The delete rums Insoluble natter in the inferior Boda will bo shown after settling pome twenty minutes or sooner by tho milky appearance of the solution end the quantity of floating flociy matter acÂ¬ cording to quality Ba sure and ask for Church Cos Soda and see that their name is on the package and you will ret tho purest and whitest mode The uo ot this with sour milk in prefertneo to Baking rowder tares twenty times its cost See one pound package fcr valuable informa Â¬ tion and read carefully SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER The Courier Job Printing Office is the best appointed CONFECTIONERY KAYSER Citizen Tax-Paye- rs- R B Brevard I do not wish to bo considered harsh nor do 1 wish to speculate on your delin- Â¬ EentciiEj quency bnt 1 am constrained to tell you Hickman candidly who have not paid their taxes WE keep on hind the finest selection of for the years 1S77 and 1878 that unless the same is paid promptly I shall levy CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO upon anil sell your property Remember that the law allows fifty cenU for every c cheaper than any house in town all levy and six per cent additional FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY of which mnst be paid by the party owing Shall I make these costs or the taxes 5f Meals and Lunch at all hours will you pay up and save it yourselves 1 That U the question mcin business Respectfully B R WALKER Sheriff jacl ATTORNEY Ar LAW WITTING J 0 L RADDLE HICKMAN KY in Southern Kentucky or Western Tennessee j Collector Real Estate Agent 8ST Will attend promptly to all busi nes3 entrusted him in Southwestern Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Specialattention given to the investiga tion of Land titles and the purchase ana gale of Real Estate fjanStf remember that you can buy the bestquality of Groceries at the low- Â¬ est prices at np2t JOHN SITTINGS Vote an You Please And Still Better New Type JNew Presses Ml Â¬ kistnerTgardker - DEALERS IX - fcOLtll Coughs Colds Bron- Â¬ w New Machinery -- Arr OF -o PRINTERS SURE CUBE THE Soro Throat chitis Asthma Consumption i BEST The publishers of the America AgriculÂ¬ turist have secured Marshalls erralarg9 magnificent Steel Plate uTns Famixs Pbide one of the finest works of this great artist whose pictures of Washing Â¬ ton and Lincoln are of world So fine is this new work that Mr Marshall received 3000 for engraving the steel plate alone It was so highly valued that thirty good judges subscribed 25 each for 30 copies of the first or artist proofs and no copy of the pieture can bo bought for less than 500 But the publishers of the jimmcan Ag- Â¬ riculturist have just secured the Plate ana having large facilities for multiplying it they propose to present this Splendid Engraving on fine Plate paper 22x23 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 n eclipae s r sic s s If the writer does not wholly mis take the tendencies and perils of the times there is a demand on teachers and parents to impre s on youth clear ideas of consequences of vice to make them feel by their way of speaking absut vice that it is more to be feared than scarlet feer or small pox aud that the death of children is less to be dreaded than that they should become vicious They should also be tjught that a good reputation is of priceless value and the highest estimate should be attached to a sense of personal dig nity manhood being more valuable The necessity than accomplishments of t elf feupport should be urged and the eons even of the rich taught that they have so permanent reliance but on their own qualifications Ilev J 31 Buckley So Worli Xo Pnf The KoGss at Frankfort granted in definite leave cf absence to twenty last Saturday members three work of The really important the Legislature is yet before it When a member gets leave ofabsence his pay continues Some three weeks since a member of the House wa granted indefinite leave of absence He went to Indiana where he lus since Leen working at his trade and st the same time drawing five dol itir a day from the State Treasury A more shameless misuse of the public mouey could not be made It is about time to reassert the old and correct doctrine that public busi ucss should be conducted on private bu iness principles Covington Com monwealth s JOB WORK done to order such as The law can be mathematically dc Ro c fing Guttering Speutinz tnonMrated and the experiment fully Sjn of the Gold Stove ClintonStreet confirms it The longer the pendulum Hickman Ky feb7 79 and the heavier the bob the more striking are the results It is sometimes called Toucalts Experiment be- Â¬ cause he first demonstrated it by hang ing from the dome of the Pantheon a pendulum two hundred at Pari and twenty feet long aod having the w path of its motion marked by means of fine sand on a table beneath With a K pendulnm of this length the motion of the earth can at each return stroke be actually rendered visible Many other interesting facts can al- Â¬ so be shown by means of the pendu lura For instance its length can be calculated from tho Hue of its vibration and conversely for the lengths vary as the squares of the times It was thus the length of our present pendulum was calculated 0 It beats say S3 twenty times in one minute or once in three seconds Now the seconds pen Â¬ ft 7 dulum in New York is 391 iodic ft therefore this beats three times to the O others one and the e lengths are as one 293 to nine thus making it exactly inches t The force of gravity at any place can also be calculated as tfie distance TS1 through which a bullet will fall in a ft second of lime Knowing tlie length of a pendulum and the time of its vi- Â¬ bration the latitude of a placecanbe calculated for the same pendulum under the same temperature will vibrate faster at the poles than at the equator because although it is not generally known what weighs a pound at the equator will weigh more than a pound at the pole Tim pendulum that vibrates in a second at the equator must be lengthened as you approach the poles in order to still beat iu a second MEALS AT ALL HOURS ONLY 25c Â¬ t FUENITUEE COFFINS HICKMAN And All Diseases of THROAT and XiTOtGS Pnt up In Qntit Slze Bottles for Fsmllr Use Scientifically prepared of Balsam Toln Orjstalllzeil Bock Candr Old Rjb and other tonics The formula is known to our best physicians is ruchlj commended moat Sthem sndGthe analrsls of our Chlcaa oprominent A MARINER in is on the label of arerj bottle It is weU knowu to the medical profession that TOLU ROCK and RYB wOl afford tho sreateit relief for Cooghs Colds Infloenra Bronchitis Â¬ Bore Throat Weak Longs also 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rAHTMIslV v We Keep in Store a Well Selected Stock of 3 5 of land neirly all under fence with 111 Madison Street Chicago s wS9 n LARGE COMMODIOUS good DWELLING Â¬ Cittern and Stables young bearing Orchard of selected fruit good Girden 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 ji30 80 B R WALKER pTAtk your Drnffartatfor ICt for Itt IAaK janr Wine Mcrchat Ibr it ar Alc your lrer fS Children ak jour Mamma ror ltt tVKoId by URTJOOISTS GBOCEKS and fVIXB 3SCJIA2TS everywhere PRINTERS5 S3CATIONERY OF ALL KINDS -- The Cheapest Newspaper in n Â¬ Having determined to change my busi ness I will sell the place on which I nov live 7 miles nearly south of Hickman in Obion county Tenn containing Farms for Sale s3TO of wliih is the South Weekly American NASHVILLE - or i s M B 8 Q ir0 place into The is susceptible of being made a No 1 Stock farm Terms liberal Will divide now in cultivation JLcarest9 OXE DOLLAR FOR A YEiR Â¬ 3 SZMZA if desired IjIj Â¬ Also 98 acro sis miles north of Mem phis situated on the laducah Memphis railroad L B SUAPHERD tracts i PATENTS obtained for new inventions or for im- Â¬ provements in old ones Caveats Trade Marts nnd all patent business promptly attended to Inventions Hint have been rejected may still in most cases be patented by us Ueinjr opposite tho U S Patent Office nnd engaged in patent business exclusive ly we can secure patents in less time than those who are remote from Washington and who must depend upon the mails in all transactions with the Patent Â¬ WARIRMIMCIIAMS Â¬ BESTAURANT How to niaUe tHunl Times If you are a merchant and wish to patronize your purchase a carriage home mechanics If jnu are a farmer patronize your ly its van hiiiK and cleansing quali ties it puryts out tho foul corruptions home merchant which loiitamiiiato tho blood nudaiuo If you are a mechanic do your deriusei ieiit ami decay It stimulates thu Mtil functions rotorcs and pre business with the people from whom scrtes health mid infuses now life and 31m obtaiu your employment throughout tho whole sbtem No sufferer from any dibeaso of tho blood If you area laborer s ped your need despair who wll gnc Atlks with home tradesmen and monny ttMcviMHi lA a fair trial thereby a sist iu making your town It Js folly to experiment with tho nu merous low priied uuMiircs without prosperous im dh Inal irtiu s offered as If the businc s man the mechanic w liilo diseaso becomes more lirmly and tradesman are proi perous the las seated Avms SutowAUiiuvHanicdi ino of sueli eoncentrttcd curative power hnrer the farmer and all others iu a that it is by far tho lest cheapest and community will be benefited lost reliablo blood purifier known Do your buine s in a spirit of re riiisieians know its composition and presenbo it It has lieen widely used for Let each vocation try to uiproniiy forty i ears and has won tho unquali The laws which regulate the mo- Â¬ fied conliilenco of millions whom it has ti Ht the other aud in this way will a bcnclitcd friendly and mutual relation uxist tion of the peudulum are very simple mailicuialicjlly true and very beautU CO PREPARED BY DR J C AYER which will prove beneficial to all Practical mid Analytical Chemists from iul Do uot purc h ie articles Lowell Mass iibroid which are manufactured at OL A touch of nature h when one IV ILL UILCC ISTI CVLKlwaLXE home if you can possibly help it gets his nose frost bitten C A HOJCOIIDi Sold ly Â¬ Commissioner Le Due has sent to the Hon James W Covert Chairman of the House Committee on Agricul- Â¬ ture the report of Dr Charles P Ly man on the subject of contagious pleu ro pneumonia or lung plague of cattle where and to what extent the diaea e exists in this couolry Dr LyraanV report consists of his travels in the infected district during the monlh of February and March together wnti a good deal of detailed information collected by inquiry aud by personal examination respecting iie circutn stances attending each outbreak of the disease iu the localities which Lc visi Â¬ ted The subject is an important one and the report will doubtless be fol Â¬ lowed by recommendations for renic Ho sums up the re dial legislation suit of his investigations as follows As a result of my investigations thus far I find this ruinous Iopmd plague actually existing among the cattle iu the following State- - Connecticut iu Fairfield county New York in New York Westchester Putnam Kinci and Queen counties New Jersey in Atlantic Gloucester Camden Burlington Ocean Mercer Monmouth Mid dlcsex Hunterdon Morris Esrex Union Dergeu and Hudson Cuuuties ChesPennsylvania in Philadelphia ter Montgomery Berks Lehigh Cum bcrlaud York Delaware Lancaster and Adams couutie- - Marylaud in Carroll Baltimoic Hartlord and Cecil The middle and southern counties portions of these States have uot vet been visited No examination has as yet been made in the District of Col umbia or of the infected territory of Virginia but as the plague prevailed quite extensively in both of these localities last season it will no doubt be lound still in existence when the investigation takes place Â¬ The Runiotifl Cattle IIngtic Oysters ami nil kinds of Confectioneries d2078 always to be lind Office When inventors send model or sketch wq make search in the Patent Office and advise as to the pitentability free of jCSviy - jr tK- Vj ib Correspondence charge confidential prices low and no charge unless patent is obtained Wo refer to Hon Postmaster General D M Key Rev F D Powers to officials in the U S Patent Office and especially to our clients in every State of tlie Union and in Canada- - For special references terms advice c address Opposite Pdtenl nov21 i- C A SNOW CO Office Washington I C republican form of government All these questionswill be thoroughly dis- Â¬ cussed in the present session of Congress It is our desire aud our purpose so far as we cm 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 rule Ihe ballot Are the rights of thft States expiessly re Â¬ served in the Constitution to yield to Shall arrogADt centralized dictation and imperious ptrty leaders under the cry of Liberiy rob the citizens of liberty Shall Mammon be Ihe only deity who shall be acknowledged as having divine Shall labjr be deprived of its rights just rewards In order to bring it within the means of every man mechanic far- Â¬ mer and laborer in all vocations even in these hard times to inform himself what political partirs are proposing we hae reduced the terms of the Weekly Ameri- Â¬ can to ONE DOLLAR a year For six mouths 75 cents Three months 40 cents The real value of the paper will not be decreased with reduction of price but will be vastly increased in proportion to price Address THE AMERICAN Nashville Tenn Â¬ The nest Presidential election will determine questions of vital importance to every eiiizen of the Union Upon its results will depend the perpetuity of our For Cards Circulars Bill Heads c Tags Letter Heads U Posters Envelopes i n i 1 91 t t Blanks Etc Etc WE DUPLICATE ARTICLES Within the last few years therq has been expended a great deal of inventivo thought and genius upon what may prop erly be classed as household articles the most noted results of which are the pro Â¬ duction of the sewing machine the wring- Â¬ er the washing machine the carpet sweeper c Almost every week wa chronicle the advent of some new inven- tion by which the cares aud labors of housekeepers are lessened and wemaas work mode easier The newest thing to challenge our at Â¬ tention and gladden the brart of the housekeeper i what is called Ihe Novel ty Brush Holder Carpet Stretcher ana Sweeper a very simple contrivance de signed Infirmly hold in position any kind of a brush or duster having an exten Â¬ sion handle that enables one to washier dust windows walls or ceilings without the aid of a step ladder That is one of its conveniences and it is also one of tho best carpel sweepers in the market haul Â¬ ing the brush firmly at an angle cleans the carpel thoroughly raises no dust and does not wear tbe carpet like the ordinary broom or brush and will outwear a half dozen brooms As a han Â¬ dle for the scrubbing brush it is the best device ever made no more1 kneeling on the floor no more baek aches or sore fingers As a carpet slretchr it is wertb its cot as a carpet of any size can be laid evenly without any ofthe labo and vexation usually attending such work It is strong simple thoroughly made cannot get oot of order has no screws lover or hinges is corapaef cheap and durable It is maanfaetnred by Brown Co Cincinnati the well knownj manufactur Â¬ ers of useful honsehold articles and is sold only by their agents to btsekeepers The real utility of this articte will at once be seen by those most interested and we predict for it a large sale Every housekeeper 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