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JBllBfBllBwlifMrragriSf mm- m ii 11 VMM firiran aiitiPi- - - EM iKr-- ii x T9Hf hmjusmbmbh THE HICKMAN COURIER TIIBLISHED EVEtmFBIDAY BT GEORGE WARREN HICKMAN KENTUCKY Office Ilclnze Building Clinton Street Western Kentucky EHE HICKM4N COURIER ESTABLISHED 1859 wBHB HECKMAN- FULTON COUNT - fee Zyi -- KENTUCKY It Ik T fht Oldetl Newspaper in ERIDAYlAY George Warren JEtlitor Price of Subscription 2 FRIDAY MAY 14 1880 J UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT President R B Hayes Vice President Wm A Wheeler Secretary of State Wra A Evitrts Secretary Treasury John Sherman Secretary of War Gen Ramsey Secretary Navy Thompson Secretary Interior Carl Churz Postmaster General David M Key Attorney General Charles Dercns N STATE OFFICERS Governor Luke P Blackhurn - IX Governor J S Cantrell Secretary of Stale S B Churchill Assist Sec of State Thos G Harris j State Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer-5-Jarae- s W Tale S AttornGjneral PW Hardin KegisterLand dffice AlpBfSKelden upU Pub Instruction J D Pickett State Printer Elvis Porter COURT OF APPAELS lHarris Judges Pryor Chief Justice Thomas Hints and Thos I Cofer Uulton County Court H C Bailey judge held every 2d Monday in each month Fulton County Quarterly Court H C Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan Â¬ uary April July and October JfAGISTKlTES COURTS COURTS 1st District Esq Donaho 2d Saturday in March Jnne September and Decern ber Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in atno months - 2d District Esq Goar 3rd Saturday in -iircb June September and December Ssq Miles 4th Monday in same menths 8rd District Esq Reed 3rd Monday in March June September and December lsq Mayes 4lh Saturday in same months 4th District Esq Dickinson 1st Mon Â¬ day in March Jane September and DeEsq Baynes 4th Tuesday in cember same months 6th District Esq Boaz 1st Wednesday in March June September and December Esq Collins 3rd Wednesday in same months 6th District Esq Jones 4lh Wednes Â¬ day in March June September and be 2d Wednesday in Esq ember same months Â¬ CUT OFFICIALS Mayor H A Tyler CityJuuge George Warren City Attorney RT Tyler City Clerk R EAKUet City Treasurer T BtFotinne f CSs a Randle W B Plummer SjtSTjT Buckner H S Campbell Glly Marshal Jas A Warner Win Toung Wharfraaster Jast A Warner Marketmaster City Tax Collector Saml Landrum Jr Sexton Peter George Piat School Trustees W-- L McCulch- en Jno W Cowgill Jas A Warner C Ponncilmcn L T MFrenchA A Far r - County CIcTk Jno A Wilson Sheriff B R Walker Circuit Court Clerk T M French Aseessor Jas BushnrU ADKingman County Attorney Master Commissioner J A Wilson Couutj Surveyor Robert McConnel Coroner Circuirtudge W W Robertson - Common Weallhls AJUraeyr BA hcal WEEKLY pgifeslCaONTZ OFFICERS County Judge II J Bailey 4 Jailer Frank Thomassonf Courier Journ al tEr3ESESTlTLVE EWPf R fY TJIK BOTII A GOOD PAPER FOR ALL SECTION r Will be sent one year postage free which amount will i TWO DOLLARS elude a handsome premium in thesh o of a book or- - a knife or various articles of use and beauty as may be selected from onr printed lists A sample copy of the Weekly Courier Journal and a circu- Â¬ lar containing the full list of premiums will be sent en application Tok CoCBiER JocRNAL is a combination made in 18G8 of three old Louisville papers viz the Journal established in 1830 the Courier in 1843 and the Democrat in 1844 Its reputation is national as well as its circulation and it is pronounced one of tbo ablest and best arranged pa- Â¬ pers in the world its matter being especially adapted to the Merchant the Far Â¬ mer and the Family Circle Choice from standard books of the times and a choice selection of the leading mag nzines or illustrated periodicals of the day furnished in combination with the Weekly for a mere pittance in addition to tbo price of the Courier Journal alone During the remainder of 1879 and through 1880 the Weekly Courier-Journwithout premiums will be sent to clubs of five or more persons at 1 60 each and for every clb of fiva the elub raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to any address free for a year Daily Courier Journal S12ayear post Â¬ age free Sunday Courier Journal 2 a year postage free No travelling agents are employed by the Courier Journal Company but a lib tral cash commission or handsom prem- Â¬ iums will be given to persons known to the community they reside in who will act as local agents Any one who de- Â¬ sires to act and to assist in extending the circulation of a paper that cannot be but beneficial to any community in which it may be generally read will upon op plication be supplied with an agents outfit free of charge For specimen copies circulars etc address Â¬ Â¬ al W N HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky SPECIAL NOTICES We have a speedy and positive Cure for Catarrh Diplheria Canker Mouth and Headache in SIHLOHS CATARRH REM Â¬ A nasal injector free with each EDY Use it if you desire health and bottle tweet breath Price 50cts Sold by Buck Cowgill Hickman Ky A STRANGE PEOPLE Do you know that there are strange people in our community wc say strange becuuec they seem to prefer to suffer and yass their days miserably made fo by Dispepsitt and Liver Complaint Indiges- Â¬ tion Constipation nnd General Debility when SIHLOHS V1TALIZER is guaran Â¬ Covr- teed to cure them Sold by Buck gill Hickman Ky In the past few months there lias been laoie than 500000 battles or Shilohs Cure fiold Out of the vast number of people ivlio have ufed it more than 2000 cases All uf Conbumption have beea cured Coughs Croup Asthma and Bronchitis yield at once hence it is that everybody epeaks inits praise To thoee who have not used it let us say if you have a Cough or your child the Croup nnd you value life dont fail to use it For lame Back Side or Chest utte Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by your Druggist Forsyte by BucU Con gill Hickman Ky Telegraph Paris Leltaf Register have gbods to sell advertise atwas recently told bv a voiune French Hire a man with a lampblack kettle jeeBtleman the son of the Ptefecl of Aochelle one of the strangest ro and a brush to paint your name and From the Mayfield Democrat WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON The year of 1880 is one of the most mimhfir on all the rnilrnsd fences The unaes ot real life that ever came to reasonable terms lying one fourth of Somefguryears ago mile south west of the Court House In indicative yeara of general internal ira cars go whizzing by eo fast that no oneJjSyJbumJedge the town of Hickman embracing about provement that has yet dawned upon can road them to be sure but perhaps aipejuanf boy who lived on a farm near FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES the obliging conductor would stop the thetown of Clermont Ferrun3 saw and of land nearly all under fence with a our long Dogleoled Commonwealth In tram to accommodate an inquisitive Ipya with the beautiful daughter time gone tho restless hunter for a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING gentleman of good fortune and western Eldorado has passed with passenger Remember the fences bv the roadside position lid being at tliat time 17 vearn good Cistern and Stables young bearing quickened tread over the hidden wealth Nothing is so attractive to of ago and the youngi lady just 1G of selected fruit good Garden of this State but the tidal wave has as well Orchard spot and good lots of never failing water suddenly returned and soon tho clang the passer by as a well painted sign This new Claude Melnotte was so for Stock For terms apply to tbo under- Â¬ of the miners pick the hum of the Millingtons medical mixture for the adly in love that he went straight to signed or T M French C F C C e bouse of tho yonggirls parents busy and profitable maohine and im Â¬ mumps B R WALKER ja30 6O Have your card in the hotel register so denacded her hand in marriage plement manufactories will be beard father treated the preposterous by all means Strangers stopping at from Letoher to Fulton county A number of Boston capitalists have hotels for a night generally buy a cigar grajpositioo Tvith good natured scorn Â¬ naving determined to change my busi ness I trill sell the place on which I nov procured a charter from the last Log or two before thoy leave town and they jCorabicb when you have an income was his live 7 miles nearly south of Hickman in ilture Jbr a railroad to be known as need some inspiring literary food be pj40000 20D0PQ francs 08wer and then wq will seeabout it Obion county Tenn containing Richmond Sonthwestern passing sides the If an advertising agent wants your TscJnfatuated youth took him at his through the State fromPound Gap business advertised iu a fanov frame at Jorfhwith set to work Now 150 of wiii h Is now in cultivation The the eastern border to the Mississippi place is susceptible of being made a No 1 river the western border This road the depot pay him about 200 per ceptapiofjtbe psculiaritUsfjSftowBofs StQckfrm Iexms JiberaJi Jl trill bo exteadedthrough Richmond- - jnorejhanjt is wortluaaisletjii Tntb u nen a man nas tnree quar water inure is no river near u so it Va to the sea at the mouth of York it mere river wbero is found the finest harbor tcrs of a second io which to catch a relies for its water supply on springs if desired train ho invariably stops to read depot and wells Under these oircurostaiices on the eastern coast Also 98 acros six miles north of Mem Â¬ The best and most direct route for advertisements and your card might a spring is a valuable piece of property Memphis phis situated on the Paducah and commands a relatively high price the western end of tBe road Is through take bis oye railroad Of course tbe street thermometer So the young peasant lover set off for Graves county And Mayfield to either fe20 6m L B SHAPHERD Columbus or Hickman The immense dodge is excellent When a mans fin an adjacent mountain there to search TDHCIE quantities of tobaoco wheat corn bay gers and ears are freezing or he is for biddon springs My informant heat is Route and live stock produced hero and the puffiing and phewing at the he reads said that he had boney combed the whole side of tbe mountain with his undeveloped capacity of uncultivated tbe time above all others when works constructing at ope point a tun lands which would soon be brought an advertisement Print in the blackest ink a great nel over two miles in length All this under cultivation by the building of this railroad would present sufficient sprawling card on your wrapping paper was executed with his own hands He inducement to the management of this Ladies returning from a shopping tour works from dawn to dark lives upon is the best equipped safest and most road to thna locate it At an early like to be walking bulletins and if potatoes of his own planting and pleasant line it being the we may expect engineers to be tho ink rubs off and spoils some of never spends so much as a sou upon a GBEAT OENTEAL SH0ET LUTE period They ucvar mug of beer Every Sunday he goes in our midst making a praparatory sur tbeic finery no matter between the Northwest and Southeast It will stop at your store again to mass iu the town after which he is the shortest and most direct route to veyfor report and we hope that the Have a few posters posted all oyer proceeds to the house of his lady love the celebrated Sprints and Summer re citizens of Graves county and Mayfield sorts of Virginia and JSast- - Tennessee J toill be ready to give them a liberal town mixed up with negro minstrel to ask if she is married or likely to be uonnections are mane nuo iraius ior an hearty reception and that miserly streamers and theatrical bills they On receiving a response in tho nega Â¬ points Pullman sleepers run oh all meanness will be unknown among our will appear very prominent and attract tive hoplods contentedly homeward Through sleepers from night trains people and that as one man we will about aa much atteution as a black and starts out afresh to his toil on the Memphis to Nashvillo without change morrow This life has continued now Double daily cenneetions on all through invito them to our lands and materials spot on a speokled dog Have thousands of little dodgers for full four years Up to the present trains Business men and pleasure seek Â¬ to build this road ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat printed and hire a an boys to dis time he has discovered three important St Louis Railroad offers better tanoogo tribute them Youve no idea how springs each of which ho sold for Grant Lofting Ground accommodations better time and connec- Â¬ Washington Special to N Y Herald the junk deater and paper rag man 85000 but though now possessed of tions than any other route between the what for a man in his condition of life One of tho most prominent of the will respect you Northwest and Southeast Dont fail to advertise in every eir is wealth he abates none of the hard Â¬ Leave Memphis 1210 a m 820 a m Republican Senators and one who McKenzie 416 a mn 145 p m It will help the eir ships of his existence He has one bad been known as friendly to the ex cugjrogramme flickuian OD a m ous to pay its bills and visitors ran fixed idea namely to become tbe pos Â¬ Pieident said to day to a friond Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730p to I am now convinced that if we nom relieve the tedium of the olowns jokes sessor of a fortune suSciont to enable Leave Nashville 1010 a m 8 15 p m inate the ex President there will be a by looking over your interesting re- - him to claim tbe hand of tbo object of Murfreesboro 1127 a m 940 p m ii Wartraee 1222 p m 1040 p m Yet nn one who split in the party The anti third term marks about tweoty per cent below bis blind passion ii Tnllahoma 113 p ra 11 20 p m know the parties even imagines that cost etc Republicans will in that event be sure ii Decherd 145 pm 1155 pm to put a candidate in the field If the A boy with a big plaoard on a pole tho young lady will ever consent to it Cowan 200 p m 1210 a m Democrats nominate Tilden as now is an interesting object and lends a marry him She is now twenty years u Stevenson3J15im 10 a m seems probable who kno s but oppo a dignified air to hi establishment of ago and is pretty refined and ao Bridgeport S37 p m 200 a m But dont think of advertising in a complighcd while he is a coarse un- Â¬ Chattanooga 500 p m 330 a m nenls of both the ex President and For information time lableB and list of Tilden Will form a coalition and unite well established legitimate nswupapor lettered peasant without even physical summer resorts reached by ihi line call upon a candidate that will be more ao Not for a moment Your advertise comeliness as he is short and tbick set Geo W McJTenms oa or address ceptable totbo people than either I ment would be nicely printed and with a broad stolid countenance What Act McKenzie C P Atmore Passg Agt L M R would not be surprised to see both of would God its way into all the thrifty will be the end of bis dream I wonder W h DANLEY Memphis or the great parties go under thH year households of the rogion whero the Will he go mad or break his heart the TVt A Nol ii Tnn There are so many dissatisfied Repub farmer mechanic tho tradesmen in day that he finds his beloved either flenl Pi Or will he die licans and Democrats that the time is other lines and into the families of married or betrothed ripe for a strong third party organiza- the wealthy and refined all who have soma day of privation and overwork tion I am not clone in the opinion articles to buy and money with which with a vision of success before his syes that the nomination of tho exPresi to buy thorn and in tho qutat of deut means the death of Republi evening after the news of the day had A icemnrlinble Dream can party I have beard many lead- Â¬ been digested it would bo read and A number of years ago Jacob Baugh ing men in the organization express pondered and next day people would the same vjew I think that when the come to your storo aod patronize you man was murdered inZanesville Ohio Chicago Convention assembles this fact and keep coming in increasing num- Â¬ On the night of the murder a man will have become o apparent that the bers and you might have to hire an living in the neighborhood dreamed nomination of the exPresident wilt extra olerk or two mo ye into a larger that he saw Baughraan surrounded at block aud more favorable location and his own fireside by three men heard nut be seriously considered do a bigger business but of course it their conversation and saw them strike America at the FJsli Exhibition would be more expensive aad bring the fatal blow Ho recognized every Berlin Cor London Telegraph greater profits face and when Baughman fell dead The United States has sent one of the dreamer awoke in a cold sweat A West end man says the Baltimore The next day a neighbor asked him if tho largest and in every respect the most remarkable collections oi the ex- Sun had tho flat roof of the L of his he had heard of the murder What Old Jacob Baughman has hibition In several large cases are houso tarred and when six or seven murder always Core asd never Disappoints displayed the birds and aquatic mam oats got on it the following night they been killed Hold on stop right Tie worlds great Pain Reliever could yell and arch their baoks and try said for Haa and Beast Cheap quick mats ofis North America and a large to get a pull on all four feet at once there he be until I tell my dream occupied by plaster casts of screen Then told his dream omitting the and reliable Tile collection of angling sp but they couldnt lift themselves free uanies of the men he caw in it The fishes paratus is most complete There are and their righing was frightful and details corresponded with those known rods of all and kinds from the people in the neighborhood began to of tbe murder The dreamer would PITCHERS CASTOKTAiBnot stout heavysizes kerel rod to the slender fchuok bibgs ibem and the owner not tell the names of the men he saw pu Children grow fat mx ounce bamboo trout rod with its of the house forgot about the tar and although a lawyer frequently impor- Â¬ Narcotic upon Mothers like and Physi Â¬ mlver mountings and agate bearings went barefooted and in his robe de tuned him to do so A few days ago cians recommend CASTORIA nuit upon the roof to ohase tbeni off be was asked again It was on tbe There are artificial flies regulates the Bowels cures and hooks in profusion spoon baits and pretty soon he found he couldnt day that the alledged assassins of the There are WIndXJolic allays Feverishness They aro on lines of cotton linen silk aud grass stir and he began to whoop and swear old man were arrested and destroys Worms ho answered but There are little iron reels which could and a policeman got a ladder and got the right track be purohased for a shilling and beau- Â¬ upon tbo roof and when he came up would say no moro tifully finished multiplying reels in over the edge on his hands and knees brass and India rubber whose value he had to remain in that posture Notice Died from Ealing Cake must be computed io pounds One long Meantime the bootjaoks were falling Onancock Eastern Virginian FULTOX CIRCUIT COURT corridor is occupied by apparatuses for io a shower about and upon them and Geo B Prathers admr pltiff We do not know who first invented V Equity rigpiog fishing vessels and includes the mans mothorinlaw iu looking out cake or upon what occasion or io what against Geo B Prathers heirs and cred- - J everything from an anchor to a seine of an upper window that overlooked age of the world it became indissolubly itors defendants needle Among the many models and the L roof to ask them if they were It Notice is hereby given to the creditors full size example of boats is Shadow not ashamed to be oat on the roof associated with wedding occasions U however an incident in every day Â¬ of Geo B Prather deceased that the unThis little boat is used an playing cat at that time of nigbt un experience that a man on bis way to a dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Canoe Circuit Court under an order in the above rivers and lakes for purposes of fishing fortunatelv knooked her wic off and wedding as in tho ordinary avocations styled canse will attend at the County and exploration Although only a it fell in the tnr and then she rushe of life should hunger and should wish Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from lew feet long it carries two sails of no down a flight and went out on the roof This un to refresh tbe inner man the date hereof until the 4th Monday of to get it and couldn t pull the wig up happily was Lloyd Hopkins experi to receive and hear proof of mean size and has space for the stow July1880 but got her band stuok to it so she claims against said decedent and that all iog of provisions and other necessary ence Hopkins who was a hale hearty couldnt let go of it and of course her robust young man while on his way It is so light claims not presented to him and proven as articles for an excursion required by law within the time specified that a man of average strength would position and her bald head made a dead to a marriago feast a few-- days sinoe above will be forever barred find no difficulty in carrying it past givo away as it was quite light when folt an overwhelming desire for cako JNO A WILSON Down stairs there some one finally came with boards to aod accordingly stepping into a store Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court rapids and shoals is a space allotted to fish preserved for put down on the roof for them to bo boasted that he could eat twenty five 1 18S0 march food Thre is fresh fish in cans fish got on to when they ware cut loore nToIassKS cakes The proprietor or Notice dried smoked salted spiced and even from the tar and the old lady didnt some one standing by offered to pay deviled There is fish in oasks and in feel a bit worse than tbe polioeman for bat number provided Hopkins FULTON CIRCUIT COURT barrel in drums kits wooden boxes who had to walk through the streets would eat them the latter to pay for N P Harness admr plaintiff J Equity paper boxes glass cans tin cans etc with the knees of bis trousers cut out all be should eat under that number against N P Harness heirs and credit- - J There are lobsters and crabs many and left stuck on tbe roof and a great At fiftren Hopkins declarod himself ors defendants few Here hunk of tar stuok to each hand and full but the pay being demanded he Notice is hereby given to the creditors and olams and oysters not a too the Americans carry off the palm got a reprimand when ho reached the persevered until the whole twenty five of N P Harness deceased that tbo station And tho owner of the house were consumed undersigned Commissioner of the Fulton This was oharity to Gov Blackburn threatens to capture himself blistered his feet trying to melt a fault on tho part of the merchant Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the County the Nashville Centennial with the the tar off of them by holding them Hopkins then proceeded to tbe wed Â¬ Court Clerks offico in Hickman Ky up to a hot stove and whon the cats ding whero be further ate a hoarty fourth Louisville Legion of parlor warriors from the date hereof until the were cut loose from the roof and put On his way homo he was Monday of July 1880 to receive and hear the supper thoy proof of claims against said decedent Democratic unity is the chief end on the ground claws tried to gnaw paws taken sick lay out all night and on and got their tar from their and that all claims not presented to him arriving home the next morning was bo obtained before wo enter upon and proven as required by law within to stuck in their mouths and rolled about Ltaken with a congestive chill and died It lies at and yawled and carried on so that folks r 11 the lime specified above will bo forever the great national contest 1 nnnmc wn t nr SVI l JNO A WILSON barred base of success and we have tried thought tbey were mad and killed tural warning against intemperance Fulton Circuit Court the Master Commr to establish it in our Kentucky family them march 1 1880 New Haven T ALEI DC O DEBr RAILROAD SlajfleldSIiotild bo ou the Llee RICU1IOKD SOUTH-WEST-E- Ri About Artvertltiiier MoirBIncoJt Philadelphia A If you la fjji Farms for Sale Te ktirapd JUli lr lookout fountain Â¬ jr Â¬ CENTAL llNlMEHf tc tLl Â¬ It I Commissioners J Commissioners Commissioners Notice W W Five Hundred Thousand Htroiig- creditors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of WJI II Hawkins doceased that the undersigned Commissioner of tbo Fulton Circuit Court under an order in tho abovo styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from tho date hereof uutil the 4th Monday of July 18S0 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 bar- Â¬ JNO A WILSON red Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court march 1 1880 FULTON CIRCUIT COURT II U Hawkins admr pltiff j Equity against II II Hawkins heirs and J Circuit Judge Jackson delivered a lengthy charge to the grand jury in Louisville last week dwelling especial He said the ly on the Sunday law be enforced and letter of the law must that works of necessity were such as would havo to be done to prevent loss to property or danger to persons or animals Burning brick blasting a furnace making arrests attending di vino service preaching prayers and music whether paid for or not bury ing the dead oreparing meals deliver Â¬ ing ico and milk were not violations of the law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Queer Epidemic 25cts Lower than the Lowest I hare no clerk ezpensss no store rent and pay cash for all my Groceries and therefore can soil as cheap as the cheap cat Best brands of Wittenberg and Lono Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than tho low cut JOHN WITTING The Ursuline convent in Brown county Ohio is overrun with a disease The resembling St Vitus danco symptoms attending the firtcase were those usually accompanying this dis case first an involuntary motion of the shoulders a contractiou of the muscles of the arms and faco a slight uausea and headache Last week the doctor was sent for in great haste and on arriving he found teu new patients jerking and hopping and gaping and twisting their faces into inconceivable shapes and even while be was present two or three more wero taken with tho strange symptoms On tho next day two more pupils were uimilorly attackMountain Scorches There has not ed The physicians ordered all tbo been a licensed establishment in Mor- children to bo sent to their homos as gan county for tbe sale ot ardent spirits speedily as possible in the past twelve years and wo do The report that the baby elephant not believe that a pack of cards has been oold iu the county duriug tho samo was born with a valiio inatead of a trunk ia incorrect period Â¬ enacted to liBronpr get at their meaning that meaning be i longer exbibifed himself as he had shirts in place of my fine linen ones plenty of money and proposed to go iog the true intent and purpose of tbe and two figured calico handkerchief legislative power that enacted them into business that were riddled as bad as old battle I guess you must have been kissed flags Sho swore thev were mine then THE WORD NECE8SITY by all tho pretty girls iu tho country I fished out a pair of drawers big What then did tho Legislature somebody remarked enough for the Colossus of Rhodes mean by tile uso of tbo wbrds works I guess I have he replied but with an unbleached domestic patch on of necessity in the law un it isnt such fun as you think It gets each knee She declared by alt tho der consideration The word necessi Â¬ awfully tiresomo New York Sun gods on Mount Olybus that alio bad ty means first irresistible force seo got them of me Then she went away ond iuevitable consequences But Phenomenon In Virginia and I sat down and made a very earPappahannock Va Special these are not its true meauings when discharge her the next nest used in law touching tho voluntary Qoitean excitement has been crea- Â¬ week resolve to My underclothes were being Â¬ men conduct ot it means third be ted in some portions of this country metamorphosed in a manner that waa ing necessary fourth something that by tbe appearance of quantities I comWe say the necessities of liquid resembling- - honey in taste romarkable to say the least is necessary of our nature the necessaries of life in tho forests the pine forests are la menced to suspect that ber integrity She camo in tha habits and desires creato necessities den with it ami it is falling almost was slightly tainted Bossr but nature requires only necessaries in showers from tbe boughs It is next week with the remark Sometimes tho word necessity means found it is said only on and in tbe why dont you get soma new shirts7 no more than an occasion or that immediate vicinity of pines and hence These what yo hab got now is dona mo wored out Ill hab to which gives rise to something else it is supposed to exude from the fo foolin wid dese old chage jo disrags I Worcester leaves of the pine on which it may be covered that she was right they were seen banging in crystal drops WORKS NOT PROHIBITED They reminded moof very old rags We aro not to seek the physical the shirt I wore for seventeen months A nJIrnculaim Story metaphysical philosophical scientific Â¬ The Cairo Argus of yesterday tells when a prisoner during tbe war Pick moral or theological meaning of the ing up an old black yarn stocking that this miraculous yarn word necessity but its legal meaning Some time since a man from Ken Â¬ would have held a buabol of corn I as applicable to the rights duties and plaintively asked her where sbegdtthatT conduct of men Sailing ships run tucky got into some difficulty here Why boss she replied fo God ning steamboats and railroad trains and was placed in jail by the police dats yours I alius keeps yo wash him there was nothing carrying the mails operating telegraph On searching in buy itself and I knows dats yo lines keopiugjUp water works and of note found on his person but a stookin I laid it aside and producgas works carrying on distilleries slung sbot which the police captured ed a towel that bad more holes in it He was a grocer in Kentucky breweries and flouring mills are not than a grain sieve Sin hastened to prohibited on Sunday we believe any Â¬ and next morning paid his fine and pledge me her word and honor went home Tbe slung shot was kept where in the civilized world and sel Â¬ Christian- lady that it be- Â¬ It dom regulated very differently on Sun about headquarters for a while Then I picked up was an odd looking ball of some kind longed to me day than on a week day and large knit undershirt that could not haver blast furnaces salt and quite heavy and out of curiosity got into unless that I had been ground manufactories works oil wells and otber pursuits the police cut it open to see what it up and shoved into it with a sausage wherein heavy maobinery is used and was made 0 when jt was found to staffer One sleeve was gone and tho The money where a stoppage is attended with loss contain S12Q in gold other was iu the act of leaving Thero was sent to the owner or inconvenience are seldom iuterfer was an old brass button at the neck cd with in their operations on Sunday and tbe rear tail was adorned wifh a The Rise In Real Estate by legal restriction There are two signal proofs that the canvas patch in tho shape of a Greek Do you say that shirt is HISTORY OF SUNDAY LAWS revived activity of American business cross I asked with a show ofA inj Tho Court refors to the earliest Sun is not an accidental aud transient flush mine Honey yo know ifsyoday law known to history that of but a permanent recovery of the pros- dignation If you is asham D S21 then to the perity so long suspended after the shirt she replied Constantine A One of ed of yo own clothes why don yo gefc Anglo Saxon laws under Egbert to blighting panic of 1873 her I didnt strike act of Parliament A Dv 1552 c these conspicuous proofs attests the re new ones vival of foreign and tbe other tbe Never shall it be said of me to lay forA SECOXAR SUNDAY I merely domestic confidence in cible hands on a woman In the United States where religion confirmation of stability of the finan- Â¬ kicked her down stairs and threw o tho reality and can be neither opposed nor supported convalescence which is the marked cbair at her Since I have thought by law and where Sunday under the cial dispassionately of the matter Im sor- Â¬ ten months law is viewed purely iu a secular light feature of the last We must deal summarily with the ry that I didnt give her a hint that I the tendency is to relax the restrictions foreign feature of the situation al was offended of the Sunday laws in all things which invites intercstincomment do not interfere with the rights of though it Western Wheat Crops The European immigration is without N T Herald others and do not annoy or discom Â¬ a paralellel in any former year If it fort the publio generally Tho presThe latest reports on tbe conditions ent statute of this State we believe is could be attributed to the Irish famine of the wheat crop in tbe western and nothing as to foreign substantially in harmony with the Sun it would prove confidence in the great industrial revi- corthwestern States differ materially day laws in the several States of tho this won- Â¬ from those made four or five weeks of fact Union Throughout the oivil law from val But in point unexampled tide of immi ago At that time tbe prospect was Constaatine or the confmon law and derful aod gration does not come from starving that the winter wheat yield the coming statutes of England from William from Germany and tho season would be enormous but einca tbe Conqueror and the statutes of tbe Ireland but It is not a conse- Â¬ then the whole situation has been several fetates of the Uuion we have north of Europe quence of the Irish-- famine but of a changed and it is now believed that found no case which holds the perfor- Â¬ belief diffused through Germany and the crop so far from being abundant mance on Sunday of the ordinary ser Â¬ the Scandinavian countiies that the will fall short of even the general avvices necessary to carry on in tbe usu business tovival in the United States erage It is asserted in fact that al manner a liopita almshouse hotel is genuine emigrant ships come more than one half of the crop has or other publio institution of the kind crowded withThe passengers paoked far failed in all the wostern States In or to be within tho statutory laws beyond the requisites of health and Kansas for instance the wheat overal-a Â¬ prohibiting labor on Sunday comfort because the opinion is gener large portion of the State has been Iowa reports most entirely destroyed OUR DAILY WANTS ally accepted in Europe that this counThere is a difference between a work try has entered a new era of vigorous that the winter planting is an utter which may be done on one day as well industrial recuperation This opinion failure and tbe spring outlook is1 far The reports from Illinois as another and which is not a daily is borne out by the confidence of that from good need and a work necessary to supply class of our own citizens who having are fair in Minnessota nearly one There is no money to stake do not risk it blindly half tbo spring wheat has been sown a constant daily want necessity for working in a stvp plow The recent improvement of real eatato but the aoreago has not increased ing in a field selling from a store in this city and the heavy transactions Missouri shows a better condition of opening an office going to the ex in that species of property prove that affair than last spring in regard to change or mart of commerce or work io the judgment of cautious capitalists winter wheat and exhibits an acreings at any common labor or usual avo he time has come whon real estate in age increase of nearly thirty per cent cation on Sunday but thero is a daily New York is certain to be lucrative Nebraska has planted nearly twenty per cent more spring wheat this sea Â¬ necessity for putting a house in or- investment son than it did last year nnd Dakota meals der cooking food taking coffee or tea smoking The Antl Grant Convention makes an equally favorable report drinking weeks will probably a cigar by those who have acquired The anti thrid term convention at Tho next few the estimate so far at least the babit orcontinuingany other law St Louis last week was certainly a Iohange spring planting is concerned ful habit on Sunday the same as there is upon a week day and whatsoever is very respectable body as to numbers auiuiuiu IU 111B UUh lUlUIIUttllUU wu necessary nnd proper to do on Sunday icfluonco and cbaraoter They made the subject ho vevor thcro is reason to supply the constant daily need is a a strong protest against Grants nom Â¬ to fear that the winter crop will be a one work of necessity within the fair mean ination by the Republicans and view Â¬ sbort ing of the law under consideration ing the situation as n democrat the ClrcuH Mad KEEPING A nOiL uppermost fear in our mind is that the The public mind in Patterson Keeping a hotel in this Stalo on Republicans may heed their protest was greatly iofinmed a few days ago by Sunday is not unlawful Keeping a We tbo appearance ot highly pictorial cir hotel on Sunday in tbe same way that and refuse to nominate Grant cus posters on all of the billboards it is usually kept on a week day is not say this confident that tho Democrats and for a week tho people did littlo unlawful It follows then if a hotel oan beat Grant The St Louis oons else than talk circus The circus wa keeps a cigar stand which is a part of vention defiantly burled Grants ad- to have performed on Friday EaiJjrv its establishment from which it sells ministration in tho teeth of his friends in the forenoon people hegan to ar Â¬ cigars to its guests boarders and cus tho issue on proven unfit- Â¬ rive in the city some of them cooing tomers on a week uay to sell cigars and make in wagons and before The sharp attack on Grant will fully 30 miles from the samo stand in tho same way ness the time for the performance to begin on Sunday is not unlawful servo to exoite the resentment of all tho streets were thronged Tbe- eircus TUB CONCLUSION ARRIVED AT his friends which must wax warmer fever bad taken hold of tho mil hands Indeed we seo no difference legally as the campaign- - progresses This with uch a grip that several of the gluttony etc between the act of selling a cigar un- Â¬ is but tbe beginning of the fun tbe factories were not opened at all io the der such circumstances and the act old Greeley Republicans will cause morning Others began work but A Madrid paper has recently pub- of furnishing a cup of tea or coffee In one were compelled to suspend lished the alarming statemout that or a meal of victuals or supplying auy instance the foreman tried to iccp tho whip the United States iu Not that Kind or a Starcher Spain could other daily want to customers on Suns less than two months An absent minded man traveling hands in by locking the gate but the day for pay with his wife in a railroad car left her gate was opeued in response to a threat m The Philadelphia Chronicle says it to eet a drink When he returned Bayard of Delaware is said to bo sidedropped into a seat immediately in on the part of tbe bands that they isnt safe to bet how any Western he would throw him into the milt race if State will vote at the coming electiou the most thoroughbred steed in the front of his better half beside an unpro- Â¬ he persisted iu tryiug to detain them A Tornado is liable to como along at Presidential race Unfortunately he tected female over whose head the snows One man who was refused leavo to of about thirty eight winters had glode any moment und leavo tho State withn lives a littlo too far southyio make a His wife was looking out of the car win- Â¬ go jumped out of a wiudow aud cut out voters He spent the dow at tbe scenery and didnt notice his his leg on the glass good stayer Preeently without morning iu getting his leg sewed up Whon a father fears that bis daugh awful blunder The shooting match between Re turning his head he impatiently reÂ¬ and when he went back to the mill ter is going to miss a good catch he Jane how often have I told in the afternoon he was discharged man to keep gard us aud young Fred Erb was won marked just notifies tho youn shirta infernally in lcs than no by the former by a scoro of 86 to 83 you not to starch my female bowhoae for- Â¬ Such excitoment among the mili hauda from her and The ancient the best scoro ever made under the stiff And after titne tho youth is moving heaven and be Jane was never before known English rule ground traps and wild ward name hsppened to fainted on all this excitement the wind ttas so oartb to get the girl Monster and screamed pigeons the spot and the absent minded man high that tho tents could not be put Prince Napoleon according to a Owing to Bismarcks nervous sys loked uncomfortably warm as he up and there was no show- - New French newspaper coufesses to the chanced seats York Sun great crime iu clerical eyes of hav tem being much overstrained the phy The Republicans of Tenncssoe in sicians of his family urge his tempor ing eaten a pork sausage on Good There ii no sweeter revenge in life nominated Alvin Friday Ho nrikes the robust excuse ary retiremont from State affairs and Stato Convention it is expected he will luke a long llawkin for Governor It took aevi than to come upon your euemy when he that ho was dining away from homo bas the toothache eu ballots to decide tbe contest know it was Good Triday leave of absence and worta rTUymiumwWg marfnfioiloaKIlseciaiftf at wnion tney were A Ken woman My Old wasfierwoman died tbe other day says Parmenas Mix and sever Â¬ al new applicants for the position im Â¬ eo mediately presented themselves gaged a jet black lady who said sho r IMEMfP had washed the clothes of Governor 34 Senators etc and that her molher us Â¬ 14 1880 ed to wash for George Washington Sho confidently reeoned that she could1 Intcrrfl tlitcr Decision offlie S Tlretf3WHPi SKIflaed by Girls dorjustico to the underwear of a com Â¬ tuart found tbe side of Itiillaiin arcnie Court Poliew3 The firsts washinjHsha rion saloon in Sixth mon man The Supreme Court of Indiana has door r r brought in was hardly satisfactory eeterday morning aud recently rendered a decisionfna case I vaguely intimated to ber thatJLcould U Purdy arising under the Sunday ialref that the part have washed my shirts iu tbe creek State The case was a very trivial 1ST tbe Sunday Liquor rson Market Police and ironed them with a brick with one based upon the sale of two cigars law more nicety than she-- had done- but as required to give but the principle fnvoive3 is folly die Court she merely remarked that my prcvious rfor trial Commo washerwpman had nearly poiIjn py uubsuu iunu oiauuraie ii ooi ud ex Â¬ SlOObitltsi ell known dwarf step haustive opjnipuT Under existingcir dorp Naftf undorclothes and that it wouM ultr r Get him a chair cumstances the pjojjifs ioVolved are of ped tfpv her some time to brinz them around a bystander Tbo opinion is too pstaad 08 geperal interest all right again The next ireekiI U necessary we long for publication in full bat said at is found a hickory shirt with a pateb oa stiff dignity hope to give tbe gist of it in tbo fol Â¬ thawtle each shoulder in my washing io place lowing extracts ed and bore bim- She declared Wflftitpil in lippnmp of one of my own selfjHi WHAT LAWS ABE MADE FOB must be mine she couldorhaveTnsde Tnc Condition ofcountry the Purfea a mistate When I polled Vnta pair Kv y nave you gotr Whatl form of its government the history of of number nTno woolen socks patched Hbrafh its inhabitants their pursuits jencraf nskeT Jh out the Gxturei of ib tbe heels trlth bag- miSKaland EftviK intelligence modes of life manners asked ber where she came across those Hill gnoa it on Mon and habits enter into ho qopstruction theArM beauties she seemed very much aston of laws made to govern tbemj and laws da and said Why hooey don t 0 Have yotr othor ishedknow are not made so much for their ab you own gaments yqisnt you stract nerfection as for their adanta IF gone deranged is your I Jiaapaid A eihtyaojbq people tbey goverB AVe her for a month in advanaesBd die lnt uwji Tfak 70Wt V 6iJihL NO - i it - I Thg- - jSHtitJOt mm tataPt7Hi a tMh ela 3rJnobJVyTUa mmmm9Ks SHHftiSMkftandSSSK9HBIl m mmmSA JlffcJ Nr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 asa-high-ton- ed - t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NJ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ ary Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ didnt fcKT f 3 - - J 3 zfirXVJsWH- - W0iaf P fJV 1 rUli S v5r v JV T H rHii- - 5 I ESim 2 o M W 03 CO fit OB H 8 H 3 5 Cm - o CO J -- Cu fi a o u A 85 1 o 0 I EH a 9 5 C CO lj S Q pT 2 o ss ta o GO IQ fl H I M I B S 3 o 6 ft 1 o 55 1 s 5 2 3 8 t a r O S 8 1 fa j B S 6 o O O S or c vu TO G j C H H hi i u CO CO O 0 3 m s 3 c 1 CD D 4 ca H s3 w o u gg S Q 3 T 53 2 3 B S3 s w s 1 H 3 a -- o 53 h3 gq Kw Totk a CocrwpoiKSuM w O iW ffivrnw uu s o Etonte WLJtr i HfcrW The Democratic Outlook CAPITAL NOTES AND GOSSIP WASHINGTON LETTER We publish the following table of Congreuional Library TTesr Point in the demooratio conventions alrerdy What tbe Lpplalature Cost the Senate Tariff LegUlation etc 8pecial to tbe Courier Journal held showing how the cbanoes for the longest Frankfort Mat democratic nomination stands gauged From our Regular Correspondent J BICKXAN - KENTUCKY session of the Legislature since the WAsmxoTox May 8 1880 by the expressions obtained war 128 days is over and here is the Ofkc Belnxe Building Clinton 8trett An extension of the Congressional h a h cost Library seems to be a necessity and Ti OlittlNcwtpaptrin Wettern Kentucky K S c Per diem of members 90240 00 we may expect at no distant day to STATES 3 S S Amege 6293 16 Stationary g 30 00 see another magnificent public edifice P George TVarrcn Clerks pages other attaches 16280 00 in Washington designed for tho ac- Â¬ commodation of the vast accumulation 10 Snltscripllon Total 2 Connecticut 11BS93 15 of books that are now crowded on the U 10lIMHIMltllltl It must be borne in mind that this shelves and piled upon the floor of the Nebraska 6 FRIDAY MAY 14 1880 Louisiana 16 amount is for the running expenses on halls of the capitol There are in the new i ort ly and does not inolude the extra hea library 375000 volumes while fc urcgOD iMMHtMitMMi vy expenses of printing and many ad there is only shelf room for 2800 jt JUHHBif IlA1irklfletlal Nefet PennajlTaniaBtili 27 31 ditional appropriations made for va Â¬ leaving 95000v6lumos to be - HSraToTflBre iaTe ttTfv confident 1BM IU rious thiogs during tbe session the floor and stuck away in nooks aud ortuoni iu that Grant would be the Republican Rhode Island 8 Whether its labor has been compensa Â¬ corners In addition to those volumes nominee for Preiidont bat at presont New Hampshire 10 tive or not remains for the people to there are 120000 pamphlets and ovor 44 determine the outlook is decidedly against hit Ohio but one thing due to the 6000 bound volumes or newspapers cosunatton There now appears but Totals 167 73 44 Governor tbe State and the people of besides a large number of valuable Frankfort particularly failed to act maps and eharts all of which have to ooo chance Tor Grant to win the Be The Cincinnati Convention will con- Â¬ upon Their failure too shows a be packed away like dry goods in a publican nomination and hat is that sist of 738 delegates and 492 will be short sightedness of wisdom in econo crowdod store If the library was not Blaise or Sherman will consent to take required to nominate Nearly two my a lack of State pride and total dis- Â¬ in charge of an exceptionally able and regard of a Governors the eeoond place on the ticket with thirds of the of thelter efficient librarian its utility would be delegatea aro yet to be Tbe mansion wbioh is place here referred almost wholly destroyed Such a thing Lisa Blaine will enter the Republi chosen Only one Democratio Con to baa already cost the State an im as a retired corner or desk where any can convention second in atrengtb to ventioa will be held the present week mense sum of money in proper repairs body can quietly examine authorities Grant with Sherman aa third beet Wisconsin which is expected to go alone just sufficient to make it habita- Â¬ and make notes is an impossibility So if the Grant folks can effect com ble and now last Monday to paint it Tbo boxes of books which are con for Tilden and put props and other stays uodorit stantly being received have to be lunation with the delegates favoring Our Slate democratio cenvention is necessary to keep it from falling an opened under the very feot of visitors Blaine or with those favoring Sher order for S500 was signed by tbe Li to the library One fuurti of the aan either oa the condition of the to convene in Lexington June 17 brarian a sum equal to but books are not provided with shelf room Vice Presidency the Grant ticket will of the bonus asked by Capt Todd and when they are called for whole A bill passed by the Legislature au go through oo the first ballot without for his elegant residence and sq it stacks must be overhauled and dark thorizes the Auditor to sell all lands gOOB sy trouble Grant on bis own ins recesses ransacked The want of prop forfeited to the Commonwealth for the 8BNATOB CTRENIU8 W GILMORS er aocommodation for books is causing ctracted vote will lack one hundred of dou payment of taxes was buried from the Weilxel House the destruction of a great many aod enough to nominate and hence bis to day at 11 oclock on the score ef economy better accom His death Bominalion is at the dictation of the Tax Covington Commonwealth uses sad occurence no relation or was a modations are demanded near Blaise or Sherman men It Is given tbe foliowing sensible remarks friend being nigh at the time He had Tbe Senate has been the more active out in some quarters that the Granites Every lottery privilege should be no wife or children to mourn his loss house of Congress during the week are working to have the ticket Grant repealed and every lottery scheme but friends who know him in child- Â¬ Mr Allisons amendment to he bill Txnd Blaine but it is also said that stopped effectually Kentucky has hood particularly Col Sooths family authorizing a retired list for non com allowed this species of gambling quite strewed flowers on his coffin and rodo missioned officers by which the Presi- Â¬ iBUiae peremptorily refuses to accept long enough If the State wants to out to the State cemetery in company dent is required to appoint two colored tha aeeond place In the event that encourage gambling let the doors of with Gov Blackburn and State offi cadets annually to West Point was np pcsssimodatioD is arrived at bs the gambling saloon ba thrown open cers to pay tbeir last respects to a do debated with some animation General t KSeBGrant and Blaine or Grant and dont restrict betting and gambling to parted friend The Masonic order of Burnside favoring it even to the point tbe lottery offices and race courses If which the Senator was a member also of wishing the aoademy abolished if it Sharaaan then it is almost certain tbat it is right in one place it is right every took part in the funeral ceremony af could not stand the color test Mr horse will be the visner where tcr Prof Pickett and Rev Geo Dar Hoar objected to embodying race dissie of the Cbrislian ehurch had pro- Â¬ criminations iu legislation and Mr Wsshbaroe of Yes but our Legislature legalized nounced a brief but fitting tribute Dawes proposed five instead of two 1 Illinois BT Hamilton FUb of New another Loaisville lottery concern His faults were said to be few while appointments leaving the President YYnk arctbe best probabilities It his virtues and goodness of heart free to mike them of any color he horse combination busU Wet a Republican Walk Over were great 31 r pleased Conkling seemed inNew York Graphic Republican BMS tbatbe democrats are most to clined to stop making any more white COUNTY SETTLEMENTS The Republican party is not in a The following counties out of tbe appointments until the blaok mans Idrsad condition to indulge in bolts or splits vOq tte democratic side the outlook either State or national It has no 117 have settled In full with the Au- past exclusion from West Point bad been amply ditor for tbe of 1879 lis evec more uncertain The Demo walk over before it in November next son Barren revenue Bourbon Ander- Â¬ debate was compensated Tbe Kellogg renewed and tho Indian Bath Boyd oratb conventions have been held in oo matter who may be its standard Boyle Bracken Breathitt Breokins Bill passed bearer It will that but few States and nearly all these it The Ways and Means CSmmiffEe can obtain to insure the election or ridge Butler Caldwflll Carter Chris- Â¬ continued work on the tariff bill yep tian Clark Crittenden Cumberland bave sent uninstructed delegations its candidate It cannot afford to lose Gallatin Graves terday nearly Botching it Tho matOf ceurte Tildes is considered the the voles ef Republicaos by conviction Fleming Floyd Greenup Hopkins Hardin Halt Jcs ter of salt is still left in statu quo but ceatral figure in the chances for the which would end in giving certain samine Knox Lewis Leo Lincoln will probably be disposed of oo Satur iDemocratio nomination but as a mat great States to the Democratio party Livingston Lyon Magoffin Martin day when the committee will hold a in the bope tbat other ter of fact so far not a siugle State has simplygained from tbo DemocracyStates Mason Menifee Montgomery Mub meeting to complete its consideration will to be leuberg Robertson Russell Spencer and finally act upon the measure positively instructed for bim though more than counter balance this loss Members of tbe committee now state Scott Todd Trimble and Warren Urge majority of the uninstructed A forty four A number of others have it as tbeir positive belief that the bill A Clincher delegates to date are claimed for bim but small balances against them aod will be adopted on Saturday and re Frasi the New York Tribune and be usdoubtedly has an immense ported to the House early next week will Ohitrns solid against a third term inst doubtless settle beforelawthe 20th for early consideration following Tbero is also an immense the time allowed by for fit and no Republican President caa be Senator Morgan introduced into the ting the suits Gen Hewitt tbe Auopposition to Tilden inside his own elected without tbe vote of Ohio ditor proposes to enforce tbo law to Senate yesterday a resolution provid- Â¬ party and this opposition is so vebe tbe letter aod tbjpBe Sheriffs who fail ing for tbe method of counting the isent and deep seated tbat there is no iBfereaffar ta Blaise Now to comply fully with it will be the suf- Â¬ electoral vote It is important as it Grant was asked in 1879 whether is supposed to embody the views agreed compromiso toward bim But we say Blaine would be is anybodys way to ferers A coincidence in the way of settle Â¬ upon at the causes held recently Tildens friends will command the sit tbe Presidency The General remarkGreatly increased receipts from cus Pshaw hes in ments has occurred worthy of mention aatiou ia the national democratic cons ed in his quiet way We are But two Sheriffs have made a payment toms continue to be reported Thats how it looks veutiou for while tbey probably can Â¬ nobodys way on tbe revenue of 1880 something unu buying foreign goods with old time BOW not nominate their chief they will have snal iu itself at this date and those extravagance and tbe usual result will By the end of tbe year we two are J J Kowns Sheriff of Boyd follow Strength to dictate between the other May 27 oouaty and J W Kowns Sheriff shall be shipping gold to Europe Washington May 10 Represen probable nominees In this event Judge Fields of California Randall tative Frye will report from the ways of Geenup county cousins A Tennessee Negro and Means to morrow a resolution of ef Pennsylvania or Payne of Ohio adjournment for May 27 This how BoblHffcrtoll en Â¬ Asserts that he is the Saviour Changes Nomina to a Herod and Kills two of his tions are sudertood to be Mr Tildens fa ever does not make an early adjourn Children Cincinnati Enquirer The aoti Tilden men may be ment any more probable verites Special to the Courier Journal An Enquirer bad an interview with able to bring forward a name that will CLARKSVILLE May 8 Consider Col Bob Ingersoll yesterday in the A Callareg Tribute harmonize all influences and win One course of which besides ventilating ble exoitemeot wa caused yesterday by From the Boston Post 3 tbisg appears certain and tbat is that some of bis peculiar ideas on religion the lodgment in our jail of Dan Lyle All bail tbe gallant Democraoy of Infidel discoursed on po- Â¬ colored and his wife and a negro wo the democrats are determined to act Pennsylvania They have surprised the elequent in his rather off hand man named Susan Talley It seems litical topics Bnitedly The different States sending their friends and confounded tbeir that Dan and wife who have resided manner auinstructed delegations means simply enemies They did a erand work Colonel who is going to be the in Civil District No 18 of this coun- Â¬ will go far towards i and plainly tbat the Democratic vot- Â¬ Wednesday wbioh ty for some time where they have been of the Chicago Convention uniting tbe party and perhaps add nominee ers are determined to have union and Pennsylvania te the roll of Slates tbat I think Blaioe wiil be answered considered as quiet inoffensive people of good character and frugal and iu harmony and is a virtual instruction will in November eleot a Democrat to tbe Colonel dustrious habits have more recently Reporter How about Grant to the leaders to sacrifice individual tbe Presidency pf the United States Col Ingersoll I dont believe become thoroughly imbued with emo prsfsrences and act for the success of Â¬ whiob Dan has If Grant looses his own State his Grantwill be able to get tbo nomina- Â¬ tional religion his reason until permit-a he is ted to uusest he party tion game is up Reporter Will the Republicans perfect monomaniac upon the subject He has asserted that be was tbe Sa- Â¬ Call for a Democratic State Memphis has enforced a striot quar Â¬ support him if he does vior his wile the Virgin Mary and VoHveatlou Col Ingersoll Ob yes antine on tropical fruits since the 10th To ike Democracy of Kentucky ReportersYon think then no mat- Susan Talley who lives with them tbe iust Â¬ JSxecos ter who is nominated by the Republi prophetess In his zeal he has o At a meeting of the State vers occasions appeared in places of The Lexington convention should cans tbey are going to win live Committee bold at Frankfort Col Ingerjoll I dont know as to worship both for white and black peo March 4 1880 the following jestflu send an uninstructed delegation to that I think tbo Demooratio party pie and insistiog on playing his part Cincinnati tions were adopted just now has the best chance of wins as preacher to the great disgust of all Resolved That a Democratic StatC We fear the Republicans are going ning You sea the Democrats have preeent A warrant was obtained for eonventiou to appoiot delegates to the Rational Democratic convention to back on urant Blaine and tbe oth- Â¬ 138 votes solid from the South That his arrest on the charge of disturb- Â¬ muoh tbey are sure of and if they can ing religious worship and went to hi saeet in Cincinnati June 22 1880 and ers leaJ against bim carry New York and Indiana they will house to execute the same Lyle re Â¬ also to select State Electors be and is Tennessee Republicans nominate have 188 votes three voles to spare sisted furiously and assaulted consta- Â¬ hereby called to meet in Lexington on Thursday June 17tb 1880 at 12 Judge Alvin Hwkint f Carroll for Besides these tbero is a chance of their ble Saunders with an ax Constable crcu carrying New Jersey or Connecticut Romily in order to save the life of Governor and adoftea oiai oclock and perhaps Oregon or Nevada You Saunders fired three shots one of which platform Retoloed Tbat in accordance with see there has been such an emigration took effeot in tbe right breast and the the aotion of the last State convention The emperor of Brazil K opening from Novada toLeadvillo and other other two iu the groin Lylo then represcribing that county meetings to points in Colorado quite recently that turned to bis home add barricaded tbe appoint delegates to State conventions the chamber on the 4th mat anonn s ed the disappearance of yellow Ibver there is no telling bow these States window and doors ball be held on the same day through Sheriff Mosely was sent for and im Even if the Demo re going to go the State wo hereby appoint Sats at Rio Janeiro out Urday June 5tb as the day on which crai 0tt Indiana if they carried New mediately went to the scene of action Tbe anli third termers will simply Jersey aid Connecticut tbey would accompanied by policeman Morrison the Democracy shall meet at their re- Â¬ Upon his arrival Lyle of this place spective county seats for that purpose watch events If Grant is nominated still be safe at Chicago tbey say they will bolt Upon ens Reporter Do you think if Tilden immediately surrendered The county committees ore requested But thev wont The Renublioau whin were to be the democratic nominee ho tering the bouse the officers were at to give due notice and to name the be an traded by a smell of putrid human hour at which the meotiogs will be seems tochildren rffeotivo instrument could oarry New Vprk Col Ingersoll It is doubtful if he fle th and oo making scaroh theyÂ¬ held In selecting delegates it is re- Â¬ for bad m found two of Lyles children aged recommended tbat the new rule of one Gov Porter will resnme the duties could Reporter Do you think Blaine spectively three and five years dead for each two hundred votes cast for as President of the N C St Louis can be elected if ho is nominated with tbeir necks broken From the Blackburn and one for every fraction railroad on June let and President He can appearance of their bodies decompoCol Iogersoll I think so of ooft buored and over ba observed Thomas will resume bis old position carry ladiana and all the New En sition having commooced they must J STODDARD JOHNSTON Chn as General Superintendent gland States 1 have spoken of as doubt- have beeu dead for sometime W Tate Secy A coroners jury was summoned and Postmaster General Keys name will ful and even if tbe Democrats carried New York with a solid South if he the verdict was that the children came Wise Legislation not be sent to the Senate for coofir You see to their death by violence Parties Newport Kr Journal matiou as United States judge in Ten Â¬ did this he would be eleoted wonld arouse suoh from the neighborhood say that the Governor Blackburn baa signed bills nessee until just before adjournment Blaine as a candidate is that tho afurder passed by the Legislature the season It is tbe Presidents desire to keep him enthusiasm in the party tbat he would impression there instigated by the Virgin Mary bring out the full vote and then there wai just ended providing for the pay of iu the Cabinet as long as possible who have both is a large floating vote which he would and the prophetess jurors one of them allowing fifty cents It is astonishing to witness the vig get ou account of bis personal popu wielded a strong influence over Lyle each the others 1 8125 and b day relieve that he did the killing 150 respectively and all passed with- or with which some Republican organs larity Thero will be no question of and women of the care of trietochildren His fight the either of the others or hitherto enthusiastic for extreme cen- Â¬ his election if Dominated out- repealing for the oeoasroo- he was the original law This may be justly tralization of tbe Government are at- Â¬ will all be for the nomination Still I believing that tacking Grant and charging bim with think be will bo nominated The aon a Herod Lyles wounds are very and by Kentuckians most proudly considered tbo wisest legislation oo the purposo of establishing au em Â¬ vention will see tlst be is tho strong painful but I learn are not considered mortal est candidate pire record THE HICKMAN COURIER TOBUSH D KVEltr raiDAT r Habits of Thurlow Tfcod Orlusi IVjTlnt1 orjt ntttl ghomtiktx sgxofttewml GEORGE WARBEN 8The Editor Price ef -- pTief I Â¬ t Â¬ -fdarlc Â¬ Â¬ The veteran journalist and diplomct attributes bis remarkable plroical pres- Â¬ ervation at the age of eighty two to resrular habits long continued Before his eight oclock breakfast be eats either half a large apple or an orange from his daughters orange grove in Florida For breakfast he has oat meal the yolk of hard boiled ege a piece of toast fish in season like Spanish mackerel and porgies and Euzlish breakfast tea Occasionally tbe bill of fare is varied with cold roast beef a saddle of mutton or corned beef hash the latter usually on Sunday morning A light lunch of corn bread and butter is served at one varied by cold corned beef or mutton and sometimes sardine Only water is drank at this meal At six oclocc hsh in season is the chief dish No dessert except a little fruit Mr Weed rises at seven and devotes tbe forenoon to literary labors In the afternoon he sits in his library and chats with friends and the evening is abo given up to social intercourse as a rule At ten oclock he gof s to his room and some membrr of tbe family rends from such authors as Dickens Thackeray or Scott for an hour Then prayer is read from Rev Ash ton Oxendenr Prayers for Private Use and at a quarter past eleven the venerable gentleman drinks a glass of St Croix rum and vichy and retires to what is almost invariably sound arid refreshing sleep Fince his sunstroke twelve years ago Mr Weed has declined dinner partiej and evening receptions He smoked the best mild Havana cigars for fifty years but lb rteen years sgo h s physician told him tbat tobacco was effecting his nerves and he gave up its tise imme Â¬ diately and entirely He soon found that be wrote with greater facility than before In his earlier editorial life he drank sparingly of champagne at din- Â¬ ners but only socially When he went to the West Indies for his daughters health in 1854 he acquired a taste for the famous rum brewed by planters for their own use and has used it since a described for a night cap He drinke no other time althougkbis cellar is fulr of wise In regard to the temperance cause he nays I am with those who seek to mitigate the evils of intemper- Â¬ ance for while human nature is what it is all prohibitory laws must fail A like vigor of efforts in other directions would yield good results If I were a younger man I would labor to make ours agreat grape growing country so that wine might be as cheap as cider and I would impose an almost prohibi- Â¬ tive tariff upon imported and distilled liquors I would strive to make America what France is a sober country Â¬ TRXTZ SCIIROEDER FASHIONABLE NewNewNewII F1 BOOT AND SHOP North West corner of Moscow ind Troy Avenues East Hickman Ky 868 Satisfaction guaranteed ft 8HOE MAKER Staple and Fancv Keeps in stock at all times fresh and Provisions Canned and Fresh Fruts tie Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov7 choice Gioceries E OASE Retail Denier la PHASICAN AND SURGEON HICKMAN KENTUCKY bis Professional Services to tbe citiiens of Hickman and vicinity may 9 lj Soot and Shoo Maker HICKMAN KENTUCKY H P Fethe Dr J N fatten M Offiee over Holcombea idence Moulton at drug store Res Â¬ near Court House Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made In- Â¬ to or jer and in the latest fashion visible patches put on wbcib last longer than when sewed All I ask Is a trial Shop next door to City Barber Shop feb7 79 J W ROGERS K ani Confectioneries Will be pleased to see bis old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see Quick Sales and Small Profits us Wont be undersold fjaa4if W T Plummer vicinity Office GROCERIES W FEPS all kinds of staple and fancy Q FFERS HIS PROF Dr lliCKmanaaTii Schl4 jM3fc I Corner room in Laclede House Sale and Livery Stable De A M PARKER B WmKENTUCKYFlummer STREET constantly KEEPS sale on Hand for hire HORSES BUGGIES and HACK8 Thankful for patronage heretofore ex- Â¬ tended him he solicits a continuance of Family Groceries to name all articles to show goods DIESTELBRINK same RESTAURANT Family MEALS AT ALL H0UBS ONLY 25c O vsters and all kinds of Confectioneries always to be had d2078 lMMMlS G-- Come and see at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ky spaco NOtrouble but no DENTIST ftSsSsfflsEk jan25 ly E ML METHENY OSes in new addition to Laclede Hotel ALL operotions performed in tbe most artistic manner Special attention given to the regulation of chiidrens teeth KEEPSFlour Merchant Tailor For Rent or Sale acres cleared John Griffin yourself JgyCountry produce of all kinds taken JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICKS marl 6 HAS or latest Fall and Winter in exchange for goods or Cash Fashions and a larpe lot of samples of French English and German goods Gentlemen are invited to call and ex teot26 r Lard Bacon c to be Having no partner found in Hickman to divide profits with wiM sell goods the Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper Ground and Roasted Cne and see for Provision Store Sugar the best Coffeo Grocery and Molas Â¬ H A HICKMAN Attorneys at Law KENTUCKY It T Tyler I entrusted Office Millet Block ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS to tbeir care Refurnished PRICES REDUCED Full board and Large Handsomely-furnishe- d 100 1 GOOD FARM 130 rooms 3 per day acres good wbent land and 160 aeres J W ALMY Manager nov5 4w in whole tract tolerable improvements 7 miles from Hickman on the Hickman and Moscow road I will rent or sell but prefer selling For terras and price apply to A I F M DAVIE ap123 3m r G JTJT ISOTJSE LOUISVILLE KY J W COHAN -- CO BEING ENTIRELY REFITTED AND DEALtaS IX- - STOVES TINWARE J Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work Good workmen employ Â¬ and Repairing ed and the best of material used jyll N10HOLSSHEPARD Si Ui sa CraimMautna ORICIHAL AND ONLY CENU1NI CO JatfleWJBcl I G L KANDLE HICKMAN KY Threshing Machinery and Portable of exceHrace tknJifU IU MATCHLESS for GraIaSrijrTlm-TiacFr-fae- t CieMjiinr itopia and TkorwmX Work ef INCOMARABLEiaerfHatt4Wrt Farts Thorough Workawunpt XUjmt Jlstth u4 Btautf of Model MARVELOUS for wCi npertar wo fa cH Hyi of Ornm mi meraUy kaown the only nccesBl inresaer mfuui2izuxaTiOTeraBa u ouier neoafc Btortfehlni Durfibto tDl muitWIV ipUvttic sh tbtn half tha usual run and bait PORT ABU E TRACTION and STRAW BURNING STEAM ENClNESvi pdal aMSBTM of AsrirajHUT ouHTt r mssr hu iawibx wwny tsuauwaui mnv o peyaj jfOWCT jid um eki Jruvrer neparaxerB jsv tfwaatj by tha homamUogt tnnntft inuoua Business rauantse for sspviior xoods asd honorable dewtlW wiIfal raeeesa ud popolarlt f f I IT1AH I baohiaM boa will IneaTtriau aukera art Mir aUrast-and Isr ta bindgooas pta off iaferior aad noafrtl tirff rf of emr nnwi BE NOT DECEIVED IT yva tv Vt nth onrbsestat and TonZMn maeMaery an nt ta l errorU fanerixlaalaDd euro 0mmlewin aa wr oeascn or vriu paracal taaifer masaaUil CXralara valca wa naU trea addreaf MCHQL8 8HZPABD CO Battta Creak Wefe Â¬ nesd-evei-vo- te Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tbe Greek Rorror la Enssla A terrible story reaches the- - Peters-Â¬ burg Herald from Samara Some few days ago the wife of a skilled artisan named Schmid of that town was brought to bed of a child while her husband had become a confirmed sot and spent all the wages for many previous weeks in quor was away from h s home upon s drunken frolic Two days after hei confinement Schmid staggered in about noon and began to shout with threats and curves for his dinner There hav ing b en neitber food nor money in the house since ho had last left it the unfortunate woman had had no nourish ment for herself or bibe since its birth and the latter had died of exhaustioi but a few minutes betore its heartles fatber made his appearance intoxicated and blaspheming in the room where son had been born to him while he wa squandering his wages in drink Ti Schmids brutal menaces his miserable wife made no answer 8i entlyahearost from her sordid pallet wan and eraaci ated a mere spectre of a woman crept across tbe room to the drc ser took thence a large di b and placing bei babys corpfo upon tbe disb set it down on the tabe before her husbard witt the simple but awful words There h nothing else to eat in the bouse V Schmid sat gazing with a glassy stare at his dead child for some time Presenth a neighbor came in and spoke to him but he uttered no word aud made no ign Upon closer examination he was found to have entirely lost his reason and was conveyed to the Samara madhouse where he still remains a hopeless A 1 Â¬ Â¬ Hl IiMiM v mii and Traction Engines ATTORNEY AF LAW Collector Real Estate Agent Will attend promptly to all bus ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kentueky and Northwestern Tennessee Speciattention given to the ivestiga tion of Land titles and the purchase ano sale of Real Estate fjan8tf THE STANDARD World j u twj cw PzT rpHE THE NOOK NICEST v CONFECTIONERIES CANDIES FRUITS CANNED FRUITS NUTS RAISENS OYSTERS c SARDINES CIDER Also the best brands Cigars and To Â¬ bacco to be found in Hickman at Clinton St next door to BENNY MCINTOSHS S N Whites aSaaESEPProprs - HICKMAN WHARFBOAT n DC Ck DEC John ONEConsignments J Young MOST Co OF THE SAFEST AND SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country may9 79 WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON Produce Live Stack etc reasonable terms lying one fourth of mile south west of the Conrt House in the town of Hickman embracing about FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES of land nearly all under fence with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING I lunatic 0 and Stables young bearipg REFITTED REFURNISHED ENLARGED Orchard of selected fruit good Garden THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY Convenient to river and railroad and attentive thoroughly renovated lota of never failing water spot and good appointed hotels in this section for Stock For terms apply to the under Â¬ watch kept and altogether one of the best good Cistern ill ii ii HICKMAN naj9 79 tSf Solicited HOUSE KENTUCKY IV signed or T M Mb Geoeoe Berwick has taken a series of photographs or tbe moou on Â¬ j30 French 80 C F C C B R WALKER very sensitive One of the plates shows three well deHaving determined to ehange my busi Â¬ fined rings around the moon Whether ness I will sell the place on which I dot tbe rings are due to cosmical atmo live 7 miles nearly south of Hickman in f pberic chemical or optical cause ia not Obion county Tenn containing yet determined Farms for Sale 1111 i KP RT J TURNER Propr H OLC OMBE Axxa Diokiksok says she will nevei marry until she can bake a loaf ol bread and that she will never bale bread while she has her senses 150 of whiih is sow in cultivation Tbe place is susceptible of being made a No 1 Stock farm Terms liberal Will divide into iHr A WEEK 512 a diy at home easily if desired 9 72 made Cosily outfit free Address Also 98 acres six miles north of Mem Â¬ phis situated on the Paducah aplSO Memphis Taut Co Augusta Maine railroad Â¬ sti Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ - Â¬ JUST PUBLISHED new edition of Da CuLvrawaiis Cklebeated Essay on the rad must have If I didnt consent to without Spermator tbe grand parade and costly ceremonies ical cure Seminal medicine ofInvoluntaryÂ¬ DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Weakness seekers of rhoea or the tradesmen and pleasure Losses Impotency Mental and the cities and provinces would com- Â¬ Seminal Incapacity Impediments to Mar- Â¬ The show and ceremonial of Physical plain riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy court life bore him His taste is all for and fits induced by self indulgence or warlike practice He never he said sexual extravagance c AJfD HPECTAT AGENTS FOR had enjoyed life so thoroughly as when The celebrated author In this admir Â¬ in tbe saddle at the head of his armies able Essay clearly demonstrates from a ALSO in Northern Spain putting down the thirty years successful practice that the WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES Carlists That was the eort of lie ho alarming consequences of self abuse may Tbey accuse me he added loves be radically cured without the dangerous GOS THRESHERS GAAR SCOn of loving ostentation pleasure and use of internal medicine or the applica Â¬ pride Not at all Baturday for ex Â¬ tion of tbe knile pointing out a modo of 565 Keeps on hand repairs for same ample after the grand pageant while curs at once simple certain aod effectual the palace was swarming with pleasure by means of which every sufferer no mat- Â¬ u seekers my wife and J throwing off ter what bis condition may be may cure our gold attire for tbat of simple citi- Â¬ himself cheapley privately and radically S This Lecture should be in tbe bands zens walked out I wanted to show her Madrid as she had never seen the of every youth and every man in tbe land MANUFACTURERS OF Sent under seal in a plain envelope to city We walked for two hours No us We saw tbe crowds and any address pott paid on receipt of six one knew Ter cents or two postage stamps through them unknown Eassedthe fact that he was unknown Address the Publishers TUB CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO the royal yonth moxe confidence gave 41 Ann St Now York P O Box 4586 thousands of stilettos in for there are to- his heart by Madrid that would go Jgga week in your own town Terms and Jv5 outfit free Address II Hllett awlf t and willing hands 1 each an op Â¬ ardSO portunity were offered Co Fortland Maine liMagt Tknei1 Mtdnd Lur Alfonso has been here four years and is learning tbe-- bitter lesson that comes of the vain ambition and pride of kings As he stood in tbe regal ball of the Ambassadors tbe other niht he wore a troubled look in the very height of the feast His mother gorgeous as a Sultana In laces and jewels worth an im- Â¬ perial ransom brought a French jour Â¬ nalist to present The journalist was a member of the Figaro staff and the con- Â¬ versation smacked more of a politician anxious to retain his place than a young bridegroom in the soft delight of the honeymoon He set out by avowing his admiration for the Figaro which he declared He read every day admitted thatba felt some of the en nuiet of life This pageantry for ex- Â¬ is tedious to me ample be declared I should not suffer it only my people BlUcr Drops In the Sweetest Cup fe20 6ra L B SHAPHERD TAKEN living UP AS STRAY8 bv J R Wea 5 miles East of Hickman near Mud Creek in Fulton 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 having no other marks or brands perceivable and which Is apprais Â¬ ed at tbe value of eight dollars Witness my hand this 21st day of Feb Â¬ fi9HHL aiia jyjfe iIB MiwBB and Dye Stuffs f DRUGS AND MEDICINES Paints HICKlvrAJSr Oils KEISTTTJC KIT -- ruary lb 80 ach6 4 w J W MAYES J P F C I MANHOOD HOW LOST HOW RESTORED I B ONDTJRANT ilREWRT it Agricultural Implements AGENTS FOR eo - STEEL PLOWS w a Cr o nsr s xr Mw-vcxL-3vA3- 3 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS a- - --CTlf v v - V1 THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY MAY 14 1880 BBBMBMBMfcajHBfiBS3BB aA jcjaasHftssSslBMLiBBHssi a - --wr Local Hems questions printed bat not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where wo refuse to give nitme of author Another excursion to Chattanooga May 18th B3Short communications on public Â¬ Dan Rice lectured in Memphis last week to crowded houses on hit sew de parture Coal Oil 20 cents a gallon at apl20 2t BOCK COWGILLS Forty percent more cotton has been planted this season in this section than any year alneo the war J W ROGERS keeps the bea Soap in town 75 cents a bx Give him a trial The wheat crop generally is look ins improred but there will net be aaare than a half average crop Th crowd attending the old Baptist caeetinc at Rock Springs Sunday last Â¬ was estimated from 1500 to 2500 OUR enternrisiuff friend J YT Rorers is now receiyjmf a slendid Jot of fresh vnctrm waica b is gucna er sie Kt the very lowest prices The members of the Hinktsaa Dan tng club enjoyed a dance at City Hall Wednesday night The last of the sea son An excursion party from Lake county Loekie Donaldson in command passed through Hickman yesterday bound for the Nashville Centennial Alralpackago of free of charge at- BLACK DRAUGHT Bcck k Cowoiix Edmund French known as the mud egro recently on exhibition at the Nash- Â¬ ville Centennial died Tuesday night last In Nashville Dr Williams postmaster at Clsjton has tendered his resignation We are not advised who will he his successor An effort is being made to get a new post oEoe on this rente near Ut Olive IF yon want to asake your vife And children happy go to J W ROGERS and get a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 ceats per can aplSO The Johnston Stephens suit m still engaging the attention of lawyers at the conrt bouse and we hear will last probobly a month longer la the matter of lengthy depositions it will rival the sever ending Green Hargis ease Proceedings of a regular term of the RSCBNT DEVELOPMENTS Fulton County Court began and held May A Reporter of tho Courier Journal 10 1880 Present Hon II C liailey met Dr Thompson last evening and Judge OCABDIAKS AMD ADMINISTRATORS had a long conversation with him re C L Randle appointed guardian and gardtng the prospects of an epidemic attorney to defend fur John Lynch infant this summer Dr Thompson has giv Â¬ Settlement of John B Wilkins adinr en a great deal of his time to sanitary of Alex Wilkins confirmed and ordered subjects since the great epidemic of to record Louis con- Â¬ F Thomas guardian of 1878 and was at the St Settlement of Mary It Thomas confirmed and ordered to vention oljflnuitariona several weeks ago record To be candid said he we have Report of Chas Baltxer guardian of some fear of an epidemic this season Ida Scharfe presented to court and or- Â¬ We aro afraid of New Orleans from dered to record the fact that the Board of Health Report of Chas Baltxor guardian of thero has been changed and qnaran George Balixcr sumo Report of J F Bushart guardian of tine against all foreign vessels has been Joseph W Busbart same relieved They pride themselves in Report of Saral Landrumt guardian of New Orleans upon the fact that tho city C U Landrum same Report of John Witting guardian of is perfectly clean and that the winter lus been so mild that they have no Frank Millers heirs sum Report of Mary Judge guardian of Jno fear thero At the meeting at Wash Darry8 heirs same ington day before yesterday there was Report and settlement of W D Taylor fear expressed Tho meeting was at administrator of Monroe Johnson con- Â¬ tended by sauitarians from Pensacoia firmed and ordered to record Report and settlement of R T Tyler New Orleans Savannah Charleston administrator of A 3 Tyler confirmed Baltimore New York Philadelphia and ordered to record Providence Mississippi Kentucky and Settlement of J II Thomas adminis Â¬ Illinois trator of Jo R Thomas filed and lies over The reporters asked Dr Thompson for exceptions Settlement ofS W Luton administra Â¬ if he had not seen a dispatch from tor of W 1L Luton produced and lies over New Orleans to the effect that quaran Â¬ for exceptions tine had bcenjdeclared by the Governor Settlements of Joshua Naylor guard Â¬ No I have not he Baid and Dr ian of Saml Wilsons heirs and of A J White of New Orleans told us that it Crawfords heirs produced and lies over had not been Dr Jones tho Health for exceptions The following settlements were this officer of Louisiana and tho city of day produced and lie over for exceptions New Orleans is opposed to quarantine James C Newton guardian of Bettie G If it has been established the Wash W Ru A Ueorgie A and Salho Newton in ton meeting knew nothing of it RESIGNED Has there been any yellow fever Joshua Naylor tendered his resignation this year asked the reporter as guardian of A J Crawfords heirs There was some suspicion about which was accepted Memphis reported at Washington by WILL PROBATED The last will and testamont of W S an Illinois man but it was thought he Hicks produced and proven by subscrib Â¬ was not posted and no credence was ing witnesses F M Usher and Jo Uncus given the report and said instrument ordered to record Is Memphis io good condition Saml J Noonan appointed by said will I fear not She has spent a great as executor was duly qualified with Jas F Manese as surety aud Louis Roper deal of money in establishing good Luclan Reed and 11 C Donatio appoint drainage but she began late and it is ed appraisers doubtful whether it is certain How was the general feeling at OOAStDlASS APPOINTED Lavinia Hicks a minor made choice in Washington open court of Samuell J Noouan as her There was some fear but there guardian seems to be no doubt that if Congress James A Crawford and Mary F Craw Â¬ Board of Health ford minors in open court chose W T will give the National the money required an epidemic can Herring as their guardian The Board lia be easily controlled ADMIMSTRATORS APPOINTED Money been given fuU power to act Mrs Mary S Uransford appointed ad Â¬ ministrator of Kiciiard S lirausford with has been applied for in the approprk J W Mayes aud Henry Davis as sureties ations to establish a national quaran George Woolrtdge granted letters of tine at Ship Island in the Gulf of administration on the estate of William Mexico forty or fifty miles from the F Woolridge mouth of the Mississippi where all TAX SUPSBVISOBS ships will be required to stop Jno R McGehco and R E Millet ap- Â¬ Dr Thompson said the meeting of pointed and wee duly qualincd as super Â¬ tho State Board to day would be im- Â¬ of the tax visors County Court Proceedings The State Board of Blealth CITY ITEMS eos GO TO THE An Ordinance Policeman by the- City Council of iiz City of Ilicbnan Sec 1 That the miyor bo directed to appoint a policeman as la authorized by sec 1 art 4 of-- the city Lchartor and the compensation of naid po S5toS20Der dfty5 al worth SaraPe8 free Address Stix Co Portland Maine apl80 - homo- DRUG STORE OB St it enactd Take BLACK DRAUGHT and you will ucver be bilious For sale by Buck CowOill The following Lands and Town Lots will be sold for Taxes due for the years 1878 and 1870 on Monday the 14th day of June 1880 unless the same is paid with cojI before that day o p m 9 OUE STOCK is now complete in all its departments PARTIES NAMES LAND WnEBX LOCATE Tows Lots Located o B gllGK 0OWGILL Â¬ a s t H 3 O liceman is hereby hxed at 25 per cent upon all the fines irnposodnnd collected from persons apprehended by him Skc 2 This ordinance to bo in force from and after its passage An Ordinance Q -- IUI Wharfage J H Plaut Bro FIBS FIRE FIRE PRECINCT NO 1 CO Our goods are not will sell as tho they were Be sure to call and examine damaged by fire but James Depoyster Mary Fleetwoods heirs Mary Kirk James Nichols William B Wright Susan Willinehnm PRECINCT NO 2 Martha Brown Dr Usher Alexander Alexander 80 10 8 1 John Howard J B Buahart A A J Mooro Roper 07 2 00 79 40 97 2 00 84 80 79 40 70 40 97 2 00 79 88 86 1 1 Episcopal Church Thomas Yates PRECINCT NO 8 John Barry Mrs M J Bells Fcrd Berendes W F Cline Elizabeth Cole J AMBERGS SONS M E Cunningham may7 2t D L Freels Wm H Gardner WE have just received a nice selection Alfred Gardner of Ladies Misses and Childrens fancy A and Jno A Gardner colored and silk embroidered Hose all John A Gardner first quality Call and examine before WilliamNHigss Robert Johnson buying Lavinia Job aprJ9 2m J AMBERQS SONS Jos Kirkpatrick for wife BLACK DRAUGHT cures dyapop Fred Lanfr indigestion and heartburn aia Reuben Levi F 8 Marrs for J F Marrs For sale by Bock Cowoill John Riley Mrs E Murphy Mrs S Myers Lewis Person and wife Q W Pucketts heirs Fred Roe J H Cayce 3 40 80 120 J Reeves F M Shuck S Trout Hickman 40 20 00 lijuiiunuiti SO nicknan Sec 1 That hereafter the wharf ags tax upon all steamboats landing with Â¬ in the corporato limits eh ill be 20 percent upon the amount of their freight bills where they do no see ten dollars and two dollars and fiiiv cents where their freight bilN gregte ten dollar or over All wlmrf ec collected less commission for col Ice nig to be set apart as a wharfage fund u be expended only in constrncting and keeping in repair a good Be it tiactcd by the City Cavncil of the City 1 14 3 CO 1 1 1 J K Morris 90 15 10 75 19 99 84 88 81 84 I 46 4 15 3 V0 10 4 00 2 20 80 1 20 CO 5 3 1 2 1 1 CO C Roid W 18 Marshall 1 1 4 5 F Dick 220 WOOL Highest cash price PLAUT and BRO 160 11 Q paid for Wool by J fi Thnmns Vincents C F Wilson G S Wilson heirs Gaskins 160 130 1C0 H Wilson 13 5 05 2 79 79 1 10 3 1 01 2 88 1 87 1 89 I 84 93 1 1 08 3 97 2 1 00 2 1 05 2 I 03 2 80 40 75 40 40 20 40 20 15 6 3 30 30 91 19 19 64 FANCY TOILET ARTICLES 08 PINE PERFUMES 41 64 SOAPS 51 PAIUTS 80 OILS TO BUY YOUR Drugs Patent Medicines Sic 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 i the city cuurt of Hiokmin Sec 3 This act to take effect and he la force from and after its passage substantial wharf Health Ordinance 30 80 CO 05 00 37 SO ap9 tf John Wingaic for son Same for Susan Durham W 8 62 60 I 19 4 40 1 15 3 70 77 20 05 2 80 97 2 00 I 10 3 25 1 10 3 20 81 60 97 2 00 I 03 2 60 1 05 2 80 81 60 86 I 00 77 20 93 1 70 1 19 4 00 1 in the city just received at Men and Boys Spring and Summer Clothing THE finest line of WilliamDerineton for wife J Freeman W A A A Freeman W M C Gambill W S Herring PRECINCT NO 6 Fulton 20 J H Plaut Bros iiocts Lower than the Lowest f have ao clerk expenses no store rent and pay cash for all ray Groceries and therefore caa sell as cheap as Uio cheap Â¬ est Best brands of tTitteaberz and Lone tar Floor 25 cents cheaper than the low Â¬ est JOHN WITTING 1 I Sunday next 3east of Pentieost the ssrvlcss at the Catholic church will be as follow High Mass at 10 oclock a m followed by a sermon on the Festival At S oclock p jc devotions and sermon Jubjeet Rule of Faith There is a Jul in the Sunday law excitement in Louisville The officers say bey are waiting en the action of the grand jury and courts on the test cases xeported and in be meantime business runs on as of old on Sunday EIIJSLOW EEEOSENE He thought the Legislature portant had failed in its duty to appropriate A Word to the Wise Sufficient the money aked to carry out the pow- Â¬ tizent of Hickman and Vicinity To the Still he had ers vested in the board Several of you are iudebted to me on in applied to the National Board of dividual accounts the city authorities saw fit to make me pay city tax for you Heallband had been promised all the oh my settlement and some owe me fines money needed if an epidemic threaten- Â¬ costs c as an otlieer Now further ed Under the circumstances the indulgence is useless besides I owe some Stato Board would be enabled to pro- Â¬ debts that must be paid aud 1 must col Â¬ ceed He thought a plan similar to lect from you to pay with H PLAUT BRO that adopted last year would be again Respectfully agreed upon that is tho establishment JAMES A WARNER may 14 BLACK DRAUGHT cures costive of a quarantine station and hospital near Guthrie by which the necessity ness and Sick Headache For sale by Bccc Cowoill of quarantining individual cities would steps Furthermore be avoided would be taken to preveut the com Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS merce of the country from beiug inter For Clrcatt Jndee rupted There was much more interto nnnounco Judge sanitary matters than ever W Wo are authorized of Graves county as est felt in W ROBERTSON beforo exhibited in the county and he a candidate for re election to the office of o thought the Stato Board would be able Circuit Judge in this Judicial District to organize a county board in every Commonwealth Attorney country in the Stato GOODS of all kinds have advanced from 25 to 30 per cent but Â¬ we still adhere to our old prices Cheapest Cash House m town Nancy Jones J A and R W Morris Â¬ Murrell Preston Co Paschal Murrell Bro Preston Dave Smith H M Saunders for J E Morris E C Starks for Sally Brown 160 PRECINCT NO 6 Forty years trial b proved BLACK L DeMonntoourt 640 DRAUGHT the best liver medicine in 80 Henderson Kellogg C00 Sarah Lavally the world Far sale by Bcck Cowoill Xj PRECINCT NO 3 Sam Allen Mary Cheatham Alf Devine Frank Gardner Ad Plnmmer Tom Warrick Si Wiley PRECINCT NO At Smlthers 0den Smith 85 97 35 30 41 97 63 3 85 1 41 86 J W Lester 1 ao 02 2 56 81 60 88 1 20 DTb EX LIST Hickman 1 16 3 75 1 1 1 80 12 03 10 95 90 45 3 45 3 05 3 25 I 70 I 45 5 35 10 48 9 75 Fulton Lem ThomnR 20 1 15 2 38 8 10 2 80 7 45 1 J and B R Walker Boolis S P O Headquarters OUR STOEE is headquarters for the latest Styles of Goods siidh as Lace for all Kinds of School and ScJiool Supplies J W B Ssl Jieh Â¬ a The safest and best Coal Oil in the tsar Â¬ let Fire test 176 Trice 25 cents per gallon at aprl23 31 SUCK COWGILLS Business Pabtnkb Wanted The Hickman Courier newspaper and team job office is offered for sale or one half interest in same will be sold to a good Armours Pacific Fan cies Mohairs Pongee c and all kinds of Fancy Trimmings to match at a very low price for the Cash Buntings Br eat el l 1 j 2 5 DEALER lf Dnollinjr Damsel fHuscocSc V Duplch to Sew Teric Sen We are authorized to announce Hon W M Reed of Calloway as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in this School aijd Miscellaneous District J AMBERGS SONS local writer or job printer Good refer Â¬ ma 7 2t ences required and none others seed apply MAEEIED Two Bfraggling circus gentlemen On the Sth insu at the residence of Mr amused and interested a large concourse Pat Cusic by Judge H C Uailey Mr of people en Clinton street Monday and Rudolph Gaubsebe and Jdiss Delia Cusic Tuesday evenings by trapeze and tight all of Hickman Ky ropa performances The children were AH the convicts over sis hundred delighted especially those between the areto be worked on railroads and wages of 20 and 60 who were out only as terways escorts An exchange says that a Davenport The county Democratic meetings or lady is about to sue for a divorce on primaries to instruct delegates to the the grouud that her husband has no Stale convention are to be held in each style about him county of the State on the 5th ofJune The water in Wolf river bo long The State convention meets at Lexington June 17 Our count committee has made detested by Mcmphians has been of no call yet but they should und whether ficially pronounced the third best wathey do or not we think Fulton should be ter in the United States represented A Xlic uiauicio ui XLiauauia auu xiuiiu- ern Mississippi aro more engrossed than ever in the cotton crop and are The best grades of whisky kept at rea- Â¬ neglecting everything else for it sonable prices by apl30 J W ROGERS Dr Samuel Chopin tho distinguish- Â¬ ed Eurgeon and president of the New Still in the Lead Sieagala died Commission Co have just received a car load of as Orleans Sanitary fine ioe as was ever brought to Hickman Sunday niht after three days attack Any one wishing to buy can always find of pneumonia A man in PrinceB Anne Md who it at his grocery They are also just in steps receipt of a fine lot of stook peas and married his thirteen-year-olnew potatoes Give them a call His daughter and coumo four months after clerks are always ready No trouble to her mothers death has been fined 500 and costs showgaods Â¬ j Â¬ Best Whisky d JUST RECEIVED The largest and selections of DRESS ever brought to Hickman and we propose to sell them to suit the times It will he to the advantage of all to examine our stock before purchasing J AMBERGS SONS ay7 2t A Berlin correspondent says the discontent in Germany may bejudg cd by the tide of emigration It is prettiest estimated that during the past thirty GOODS years 2500000 people have emigrated Â¬ Dr Daniel Goher of Iiiokman has received the appointment of physician to the State penitentiary at Frankfort and has accepted the position The appoint- Â¬ ment is well merited and while we con Â¬ gratulate Dr Gober on the success of his friends in securing the appointmeot must express regret that the circumstance de prives us of him as a citizen of this com- Â¬ munity He is a dignified scholarly gen Â¬ tleman good citizen and our people are largely indebted to him as a noble phy Â¬ sician who braved the terrors of the yel- Â¬ low fever epidemic in their behalf We who knew him in the vicisitudes which tried mens souls cordially commend him to the citizens of Frankfort and to the good people of the Commonwealth E W Bagby nominated by the Re- Â¬ publican Stato Convention for Presidential elector in the Paduoah district has written a letter opposing Gran and promising to do all in his power to aid the aoti third term movement The work of obtaining compiling and publishing the full returns requir ed by the law under which the national census is taken is very heavy and it is doubtful whether the provisions of tho law of 1878 aro adequate That law limits the total cost to 83000000 and in a manner so absolute as to en force extreme economy in the arrange- Â¬ ments The census of 1870 cost S3- Â¬ Â¬ A sanguinary duel was fought here between two women Isst Sunday which resulted in the probable fatal wounding of both Mit s Louisa Wise and Miss Margaret Downing had excited much comment in tho Tillage because of tho jealous quarreU over the attentions of a vounjr man named Benjamin Young Last Friday evening Young went to a party with Miss Wise and while danc- Â¬ ing with her the assemblage was thrown into intense excitement by the sudden appearance of Miss Downng who stalked up to the couple and forbade her lover to dance with her rival Suddenly with a shriek she sank to the floor in a stood frothing from the mouth as though suffering from an epileptic fit She was removed by her friend and Young and Mis3 Wise withdrew The following day Miss Wise received a note from Hiss Downing requesting her to call upon her as she wished to see about an important matter Miss Wise went to her rivals house as re- Â¬ She entered the yard walked quested around to the kitchen entrance and stepping inside saw her rival seated by the stove When Miss Downing caught sight of Miss Wise she sprang to her feet and seizing a stout club rushed at her shrieking with rage Miss Wie ran into the yard and picking up a pitch- Â¬ fork warned her rival to stand off Miss Downing exclaimed All right we will fight now You have a weapon so Both being strong healthy have J country girls they found no difficulty in wielding their weapons Ab Miss Downing rushed at the other she was met by the three tined fork which was driven into her breast The next in Â¬ stant she struck Miss Wise a stunning blow on the head which staggered her and followed it up by a second blow which felled her to the ground Mies Wise soon regained her feet and assum- ing the agereasive impaled Miss Down ings hands on the prongs of the fork Again she received a blow on the head from the club which felled her to tho ground While in this position she thrust the pitchfork into Miss Down in gs face making threo terrible wounds By this time both were weakened by loss of alood and dropped to the ground insensible In this position they were found by some neighbors who gave the alarm Both girls were terribly injured Mies Downine having been wounded fourteen times by the pitchfork and Miss Wise shockingly bruised and beaten about the head The physician has little hope of their recovery In lucid in- Â¬ tervals they gave the particulars of tho fight and at the same time each begged piteously to see Mr Young The latter not wishing the notoriety into which he was brought by the strange infatuation by the two girls nas lett town ana no The trace of him can be discovered aftkir has caused the most intense ex- Â¬ citement here Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We are atithorixed to announce Mr A B to the office of Commonwealths Nealk as a candidate for re election Attorney METnomsr Cnnacrt Divine services every Sunday 11 a m and 7 I M Service of Song at 9 a k Sunday School at 9 a m Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 r m Rev E K Bbansford Pastor C L Stationery Wall Paper Pic ture Frames 5 Randle S S Supt 0mmcvctnl Hickman COCSTBY g g a M b S h 5 Fockct Cutlery Toys Goodts and Fancy courier ufmce Fridat May 14 I8SC PRODUCE ETC I CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KIT PORK 4c DRIED FRUIT Apples 6 to 6 cents for copies of my AVw Reduced Peaches 7 to 8 cents Price Lull of Picture Framet Chromot TFHEAT market active 90a123 per bush Bay mare small white spot in right eyo Brackets Croquet Sett and Bate Ballt for MEAL 40c from wagons 1878 back mane nnd tail Colt yearling BEES TFAX 20o per lb HIDES green 6c dry salted 12c dry black and few white hairs at the root of tail Liberal reward for any information flint 18c Address WOOL 48a52c per lb tub washed un- Â¬ or recovery A F OLIVER washed 22 to30 cts Hickman Ky VTTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER apl23 2t FEATHERS 3540c per lb prime TALLO IF 5c per lb BUTTER fresh 25o per lb POULTRY 160 old Spring chickenB STRAY MRE and COXT SSend R B Brevard3 of Hickman for the ensuing twelve months remorablp however at the option of tho City Council DYE STUFFS 2 That it shall be the duly of satd health officer to natch orer the sanitary condi- Â¬ tion of CIGARS AMFTQBACCO against the city and to carefully gnard all cause of disea3eTowbse all known measures to prevent the introduc Â¬ tion and spreading of contageous or in fectious disease and to perform such c othor duties as the City Council may from MACHINES time to time determine necessary to pro mote the health of the inhabitants of tho Compotmded city Prescriptions Accurately 3 That stagnant water or other matter at the Drug Store of or8ubstance deleterious to health shall not remain upon any vacant lot or lots and it shall be the duty of the health off- Â¬ icer to hare any snob water matter or sub- Â¬ stance removed from snch lot or lots by the owner or agent of the same nnd if such water substance or matter is not DEALERS IX removed after three days notice to tho owner or agent of said lot or lots then thn health officer may have the sime done at the expense of said owner or agent and the cost for removal or abatement shall be assessed against snob lot or lots and the cost thereof be recovered by warrant in the city court of Hickman and for bia services in abating or removing snch water matter or substance the he ilth officer jliall be allowed three dollars per day to be taxed in the cost of abating or removal by the city court of Hickman and Cc COFFINS MATRASSES o recovered as the cost of removal 4 The health officer shall have authori Â¬ KENTUCKY HICKMAN ty to order the removal abatement and prevention of any and every sanitary 3 nuisance in the city of Hickman and spec- Â¬ ify a reasonable time within which it shall be done and in the event of the failure of o4 the owner agent or occupant of the prem- Â¬ 3 ises to comply with the order of the health i officer to so remove abate or prevent any sanitary nuisance within the time given he or she shall oe liable to a fine in tho city court of Hickman of not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars to bo re- Â¬ covered by warrant taken out by said health officer in the city court of Hick Â¬ man and for each of said warrants so taken out the health officer shill be al- Â¬ lowed 25 per cent of what is recovered and collected in such case C It shall not be lawful for any person to suffer or permit any decayed vegetable or animal matter slop trash dirt or PI I T3 I i stagnant water to be and remain upon their lot or premises in the city of Hick min and it shall be the duty of the health officer after two days notice if such is not removed or abated to have warrant issued from the city court of Hickman against the persons owning or occupying said lot or premises and upon conviction of a M violation of this ordinance such person shall be fined by said city court not less a than ten nor more than twenty dollars f s Jii - p j 6 It shall not be lawful for any per- Â¬ son to permit any kind of dirt or filth to P accumulate be and remain upon their premises in their privys stables cellars or out houses or upon their lots and if any person violates this ordinanco they e s shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor M 5 more than twenty dollars to be recovered by warrant in the city court of Hickman 7 Be it further ordained that all vaults or pits now in use or heretofore used as privies be thoroughly cleaned out and BEST IH THE WORLD I then filled to the level of the earth with good clean dry dirt or clay on or beforo Q i bo 15th day of March 1S80 and upon a 5 M failure to do the occupant or owner of the s N premises upon which said sink or pit may g be found shall each be fined in a sum of not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars and each day after the 15th day of March next shall be considered a separate offense said fines to be recovered by war- Â¬ rant in the city court S The health officer is authorized to have all pits and sinks used as privies cleined out and filled up as above direat ed and the expenses thereof including three dollars for his services for super intending the cleaning and filling of such pit or sink to be taxed against the owner Imnnre Bl Carb Soda Is may or occupant of the premises to b cov- Â¬ of sllehtlr tlimr white color It lt- - ered by warrant in the city conrt in tho appear tvmte examined by COMPABISON 1VETIZ name of the city and the premises upon scir but a A COJK AUJM AND CIIUICCIT which the pit or sink is found shall bo JIAITTITIER J31SAND Will BliolV subject to the payment of the iame the dlUercacc 8 These ordinances to be in force from Sco Hint Tintr Rnlcltipr SoSa Is and after their rassaze TV Jilto and as should bo AII Be it crMincd by the City Council of Hick- Â¬ man 1st That John W Cole is hereby ap- Â¬ pointed bealtb officer in and for the city m Pocket Knives Itssors SEWING buck cowaaiiS KISTNER GARDNER FTTIRISriTTTIRE S3 srno - S gs W K 1 5B M rip 23 O g 1 gp -- g H o o 3 O Z K3 V rm IlItE suirAMi Yattaaa97 s sihiilaii food used ror S200a225 per dozen EGGS 10c per dozen BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels 160 iron bound 160 Flour 45 it Apple and Potato 35c Kraut and Pickle Stands 76c to 160 Cypress Kegs iron bound 10 gals 90c Oak 90c GROCERIES iiflflsHptlfc lpaaaiiiHssWFTaV1r5a J7 jjivvJ BACON sides lOcts shoulders 7cts hams 121ets CHEESE 12al4c per pound COFFEE Rio 16a20 per lb CRACKERS 7a9o per lb COAL OIL 25 per gallon CANDLES star 16al6c per lb FLOUR Hickman Mills 700 COcts per MOLASSES 40a 60o per bbl LARD OIL 100 per gallon LAKD Hca lOopcr lb GUNPOWDER 650 per kejr BLASTING POWDER 560 per keg SODA Ca6 per lb by the keg SUGAR brown 9c hard 12Jal4c SHOT per bag 200 ft STONEWARE lOper gallon TOBACCO manufaed per lb 50a76c 1 60 fine 52 SALT sack salt ffairVigor FORHESTOillNG GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR Ayers 9sawlKwssViLvrAi A simple hot ovein trsi of tha eomraratira ralue ot different brands ot Rod is to dusolre dessert rnoonfn of earn bind with about a pint of waUrlhot preierred m dear plasses etirnny until alii thoroughly dissolved Tho delete Â¬ rious insoluble matter in tho inferior Soda will be shown afltr settling some twenty minutes or sooner by tha milky appearand of tha solution and the quantity of floating fiocby matter ac Â¬ cording to qualitj Be sure and ask for Church Coa Beda and see that their name is on the package and jou will get the purest and whitest made The ess ct this with sour milk in preference to Baking Towder laves twenty times its cost Bee one poind package for valuabto inform tlon and read rarefiilly SHOW THIS TO YOUR BROGER SPECIAL NOTICES SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A marvelous cure for catarrh diplheri can Â¬ ker mouth head nclffc With eacn bottlo there is an ingenious nasal injector for the more successful treatment without extra charge Price 50 cts For salo by BUCK COWOILL half barrel HARDWARE ETC CASTINGS 3a6o per lb IRON bar size 2Jc per lb PLOW SlWL 5c per lb PLOW STEEL WINGS 6Jc per lb IRON AXLES Co per lb 5 76 rates NAILS HORSE SHOE NAILS 30c per lb STEEL cast M 3 A 20a2oc STEEL PLOWS 8alJc per lb HUBS 125a226 per sett PLOWS Hertweck Baltzer Rnoerr JSteel Plows No 1 S6C0 No 2 S700 No 3 860 No 4 900 which is at onco harmless and effectual for prescn lug the hair It restores wiUx the gloss ami freshness of youth faded or gray light and red hair to a lich brown or deep black as may bo desired By its uso thin hair Is thickened and baldness often though not always cured It checks falling of the hair immedi Â¬ ately and causes a new growth in all cases where the glands are not deeajed vhile to brashy weak or otherwise diseased hair it Imparts vitality ami Btrcugtb aud renders it pliable The Viooit cleanses the scalp cures and prevents the formation of dandruff and by its cooling stimulating and soothing properties it heals most if not all of the humors and diseases peculiar to tho scalp keeping it cool clean aud soft under which conditions diseases of the scalp and hair are Impossible It Is a most agreeable dressing Hardware Cutlery PISTOLS NAILS CASTINGS Guns WUHBl Lager Beer Saloon 1 havo had Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for seve Â¬ ral years and have used every remedy without relief until I tried Shilohs Vi talixer which entirely cured mo Price 75 cents COWGILL Sold by BUCK tial citizen of Iowa City says J G The Ilest I Ever Knew Of Strrkey a prominent and influen- Â¬ TOOLS c STOVES GRATE8 TIN COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE A Mothers Grief The pride of a mother the life and joy of a home are her children hence her MILLERS old stand Clinton streot grief when sickness enters nnd tnkes them OYSTERS BOLOGNESAU away Take warning then that you are P1GSFEET Fruits Candy Nuts running a terrible risk if they havo a The Cough Croup or Whooping Cheese Crackers etc specialties Cough which best of Cigars and Tobacco lead to Consumption if von do not attend novl678 to it at once SHILOHS CONSUMP1ION cure is guaranteed to cure them Price fflCOTATSr MAEBLE WORKS 10 cts 60 cents ano SI For lame back sido or chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster HICKMAN KY 25 cts Sold by BUCK COWGILL jStESis-aaatass-ff ID C DEALEB IN a3 JOB WORK done to order Buch as c Roofing Outterinz Spoutinz SkjH of the Gold Stove Clinton Street feb7 70 Hickman Ky I6r Marble Italian and American grave monuments 10mb and Â¬ anIBakery CONFECTIONERY KAISER Hiokman 33G511 The Southern Claims Commission have wound up the business of investi gating claims and the report shows that about 860000000 worth were presented by truly loyal men and These only 84 636020 wero allowed are the official figures The Republi can organs however continue to assert that the Commission had 81500000 Tho in such claims on their hands bad any rebel claims only time LOWER LOWER and show was when tho Republicans con All kinds of Groceries hams sides cf I will not be trolled Congress They allowed 5100 as cheap as the cheapest 000000 in three or four ycrs undersold JOHN WITTiNG WHEH the enterprising swindler Isnt wlnilliat owlndllnjj When the Inner Lnt occupied In sin 111 tin pled lie lores to wstf h the big lank ameti dwindlln Ita dwindling And calculate the aura that be Is In he Is In int u Baltzers patent one horse Plow 600 extra plow moulds 200 each Cotton Â¬ WITTING obtained for new inventions or for im provomeats in old ones Caveats Trade STONES Marks and all patent business proantlr received a fine lot of Amer Â¬ attended to HAYINO Italian Marble I am preInventions that havo been rejected may Call and examine still in most e3e be patinted by u pared to fill all orders Being opposite the U S Patent Office eur work SQJ Orders from the country promptly and engaged in patent business exclusive- Â¬ ly wo can secure patents in less time filled maji than tboso who aro re roots from Wash Â¬ ington and who must depend upon thn Citizen mails in all transactions with the Patent Payers PATENTS Tax Office -- PC ft scrapers same Powell Bro from various factories one horse plows two horse 5O0a80O plows 000al600 SUNDRIES As a Dressing for Ladies Hair Tho Vigor is incomparable It is color- Â¬ less contains neither oil nor djc and will not soil white camlric It imparts an agreeable and lasting perfume and as an article for the toilet it is economi Â¬ cal and unsurpassed iu its excellence WE keep on hand the finest selection of quency to be considered I do Kentcuky nor do Inot wish speculate on your harab delinwish to Aunt Rose is getting to be an old maid Ma said a little girl I think CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO c cheaper than any house iu tewn FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY SST Meals and Lunch at all hours Query Why will people suffer Rlth indigestion xheu BLACK DRAU GHT will cure them For sale by Dvck iCowcut Because BAGGING 10al2Jc per yard Why asked the mother she is all tne time finding fault with her ROPE machine 16a20o lookinsr glass and begins to drink her TIES Ca6c CO C AYER PREPARED BY DR tea without sugar and wont tell her LEATHER kip skins 450aSC0 sole per Practical unit Analytical Cheiultts lb 30 a 36c upper side 460a600 the mother pretended But age and Lowell Mass pbe had to look after aflaira in the PRINTS 4a8c per yard sold nr ail nrcooisT aERrrnEnr kitchen and didnt stay to hear the rest DOMESTIC 3Jal2Jo per yard JEANS 20aC0o per yard r a HorroMnn Hold by of tho symptoms Rut 1 am constrained candidly who have not paid their taxes for the years 1877 and 187S that unless the same is paid promptly I shall levy upon and sell your property Remember that the law allows fifty cenls for every all levy and six per cent additional of which must be paid by tho party owing Shall I make these costs or tbe taxes will you pay up nnd save it yourselves That is the question 1 mean business Respectfully B- - R- - VTAfKrR Sheriff janl When inventors send mode or sketch wa make search in the Patent Office nnd to tell you advise as to the patentability free of Â¬ Correspondence charge confidential prices low aud nochargo unless patent is obtained We refer to Hon Postmaster General D M Key Rev F D Powers to official in tho U S Patent Office and especially to our clients in every State of tbe Union and in Canada For special references terms advice c address Opposite Taten uqt 41 C A SNOW CO Office Washington D i - I -- - s VT Z3til a - i M fiPi IWPapapp T t oown at his shoes a his coat and his old cap as ho hung it on the pVg in the Â¬ Tr WIlJlVlJVJJATTXaJTirr THE KXUE1SII LANUVA A PASSING SMILES would bo easy to learn aJTorcign nguage if as the Irishman said i could only be spoke in English Yhy four Article Was Injected IBelravU A liare with rtnvoy liair I Liven hart Willi aJl my heart Hill lrtrrly lwrealetr Tis plain iliit iin one tikes b plane n p ara T have a A rake thsich cttcn takes a rake To tear sway Ilia Irits rucltrdcnri dear tome iir All rays rain tliyw time raises all And ttipatsh the wliole bole wears A writ fn wntlnTteitmay wriio and Mill hi wroii lor wnuht ami rile are neither right Anil ill m t to Wright brJn U r often lirinc n Wcr to ruau CUutii fecutlin brings v And too muhae will make1 us all As well ss other tbiu- - 1 lies who iy he lira When lm Is hut retlininp I AihI when eonrumtire folks decline TIiot nil lifeline WIning a storm A mall dont q iail Itrf-u-A iBinah will imw Ik fore ii AV cannot rein ihrain at all Xu earthly p jwrisrclshocrlt 1 nc ciTcr iiirs awiiiie men uies Hriiit Iltftriii 5 Mun mars many a mn A wi All d ys mast hare their days Aul ev ry knight shouM pray each night Ti hiu wio weighs his ways Tis m wt th it mrn shoitJ mete out meat To f d nilrrtuae son Tti fair should fare on Ioto alone KLconorjiiuot be von A Ixssalai ssnmetimcsfaL Of fjull- - maid is made Iler waW in but a Inrrcn weste TlwMtgh tare i not staid The springy sfiring filth in spring and shoots Mnt forward on and all Though summer kills the flowers it leaves The leaves to fall In fall J would a story here commence Hat you might And ft stale So leis Mipjiisc that wa hare reached The tail cu J of our tale Chicago InUr Oceat Toiirpli yiilirsy trying Until i r i i liidviniliel HM hints no mora of dyeinff i A MEMBER OF CONGRESS IAcr v w UBS c w rutxcKcs There was a little fellow among the New England hill years ngo as there are many now whosa parents were poor He could not remember the time when he wore shoes and stockings in the sum- Â¬ mer Sometimes in the winter when he was obliged to walk three miles to school and wade through snow drifts that did not melt until the last of May he did wear such as his father had rejected and a pair o shoe3 that slipped up and down every step he took Never- Â¬ theless they were shoes and stockings and he was infinitely prouder of them than any king living is of his crown Ono day as Tom was plodding along with his slip shod shoes puffing from exertion and blowing his blue finger to keep them warm there came dashing downthe hill a sleigh such as the youngster had never seen no indeed nor ever dreamed of And a horse I Tom stopped blowing so intense was his admiration of the elegant creature that came foaming and tossing its daintily arched neck right and left Tom sprang aside at tlio very last mo- Â¬ ment and as he sank up to his chin in the light snow tore oil his cloth cap from his head and bobbed up and down as if he were in the presence of the Â¬ entryKand sjlently contrasted them all with the fur trinimed overcoat and outfit of tho Strang- r Never mimi said Tom to himself I will have them all too when I am a member of Congress At the end of two weeks a bundle t books was left at tho school house There was not only a Latin grammar but a well worn copy of Virgil Fables and suudry other volumes such as T m had never seen Pine knts were plentiful where Tom lived and he sat up untl midnight all the rest of the winter pondering over tho mysteries of thoso books Asg- od luck would have it the schoolmaster who boarded around with his Eupils hand not eaten the rations due Toms fathers When he ar Â¬ rived he entered warmly into the lads ambitious project and as he had a smattering of Latin himself was qualified to aid his pupil Althouch the schoolmaster was al lowed the use of a tallow cande he vastly preferred the more brilliant light of Toms pitch knot so that as often as the loi g winter evening set in the master and the pupil might be seen and were seen sitting before the large fire place with their heads buried in the pages of the books along which they plodded slowly but to such purpose that at the end of the winter Tom could re3d his fable and solve his problem in a manner very creditable to himself and master It was up hill work with poor Tom but he never lost what little he gained nd managed to make what little he accomplished to tell on the future One day his father brought home a stranger and told Tom that he was an prenticed during his minority to this man who would make him a black- Â¬ smith But I am not going to be a black tmith cried Tom in a passion Im going to Congress The more need that you should iearn to shoe the horse that carries you there replied his father with a shrug Tom packed up his worldly goods not forgetting his books and trudged away to a distant village where he pared horses oofs by day and studied and read at night by stealth for he was al-Â¬ lowed neither knot nor candle Six months the poor fellow tried to be faithful to his duty but one night when the master had thrown his grammar into the fire and lathed him for his dis- Â¬ obedience Tom took leave of the work Â¬ - It Tueee is not half the satisfaction in road ing a boi rowed paver that there is in perusing your own Try it borrowers Marmfd life moralizes an author is nut all made up of sunshine and We should juilgo not Espec Â¬ peace ially when its twins Lv old times it was tho custom to exÂ¬ claim to botes and such people Go to The samo expression with addi Â¬ tions - uacd to day i- iEp Â¬ just a billiard table with a spirit level Alter the old mrt had finished the job he retimrtcd hs A iiTTT3 boy watched hia father ad Â¬ Â¬ level Now pa sec if my head ITuro kiesps the It is said that Victor ladies at meeting aud parting Thata all rijrht at parting but kissing them at nifoiing is a new d de in the way of getting up a religious revival Lying is a sin destructive to society rays a nolrd writer When a fellow has a willing wife and wet kindling wood tho chances are that hes going to lie every morning and society can EUDtr the consequences TnE sale of the paintings and aketche of the late Mr TJunt in Boston brourht his family the snug sum of G3SS7 American art is not wholly neglected by Aracicau3 There may be many reasons for lhq rejection of your manuscript The ar- Â¬ ticle may be too long Tho Mibject however interesting it may be to jou may not be of sufficient interest to the public at the moment to make it wcith the editors while to publish the article Or it may bo upon a subject which is outside the range of topics the editor wishes to deal with Or for there are many constructions to Ire put upon the words the ttylo in which you have written may not suit the tone of tho magazine You may be a writer of brilliant and profound genius a Thack- Â¬ eray or a Carlyle but even Thackemy or Carlyle were as familiar with the e words Eeturncd with thanks as the rest of us Thackerays Yellowpluth Papers were in their day among the most sparkling contributions to Frazera Magazine But Thackeray writing an article in the Edinburgh Rerhw in tho stjleof Yellowpush Papcre had to submit to a revision at the hands f the editor which made his recollections of the Edinburgh Review even with the solatium of a handenme check anything but pleasant Francis Jeffrey used to cut and slash at Carlyies manuscripts dash out and write in till Carlyle must have been more than mortal if he did not use stronger language than he put upon paper and even after all this Jeffrey came to the conclusion that Carlyle would not do lor the iTtfm burgh Rcvkw 1 have had manuscripts returned again and again but they have always found a publisher in the end and I have an iiupmson wbjirb is I beliave shared MANHOOD HOW LOST HOW RESTORED JUSr PUBLISHED a new edition of Da Culvekwells CttKnRATEa Essay on the rad ical cure without medicine of Tsperrator rhceii or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Irapotency Mental and Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar Â¬ riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy and fits induced by self indulgence or sexual cxtraTagnfce e The celebrated author in this admir Â¬ able Essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty ycarg successful practice that the ftlarrainp consequences of self nbuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine orthe application of tho knile pointins out a mode of cure at onco simple certain and elfectual by means of which every sufferer no mat Â¬ ter what his condition may be may cure himself cheapley privately and radically EST This Lecture should ba in the hands of every youth and every man in the land Sent under seal in a plain envelope to any address poit paid on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps Address the Publishers THE CULVEJIWELL MEDICAL CO 41 Ann St New York P O Box 4586 Â¬ GOV REISR A SPLENDID OFFER REAU IT during the ensuing year lieu iitsS1 OiPill - The CouniER will be greatly improved It will furnish all the local news notices of meeting assessments tax and other sales markets etc etc giving information that every resident of this county ought to have and cannot deprive himself of without being likely to lose many times the cost of the The Village Farm Town and paper County Talk on subjects of local interest will be 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post paid for only 160 each year We are happy to announce- maue arrangements to urnish to cash subscribers BOTH the Cocriek and the American Agriculturist for the small sum of only S265 a year both post paid which is but a trifle over five cents a week Who will not smoke one cigar less a week or save five cents from some otlrer needless expenditure if necessary to constantly supply himself and family with both of these journals Remember only 205 pays for the Coubiss and the American Agricultwist both sent post paid for a whole year Please tell your neigh- Â¬ bors of this Send-i- n- And Better Still 01 frOMll SURE CUBE Coughs Sore Throat Colds Bron- Â¬ i The Courier Job Printing Office is the best appointed Â¬ The Texas style of popping the ques Â¬ IVe a gret mind to bite you tion What have you a great mind to bito Kane you wont have me me for Khse you aint axed me Well now Then now I has you I ax you 1 shop ployment President Perhaps the happiest day of Toms Jump on behind my lad shouted Tom did jump on He made his way barefooted as he was over bogs and briars until he ven- Â¬ tured into the main road and by dint of beggings ride now and then reached the city where as Ben Franklin had done before him wjth his roll under his arm he sought and obtained em Â¬ L - Sfc jump on behind And life was when he found himself in the at the peril of his antiquarian book store with plenty of life and away they went tearing along leisure plenty of books and nothing to with great speed until over went riders fear from friend or foe and buffaloes and things generally It is wonderful how he read and Tom sprang to the horses head and read and read The parched earth clinging to tho bit the tips of his great does not more greedily take in the sum- cowhide shoes touching the snow asked mer rain if the gentlement was hurt When his intellectual thirst was par- 1 it XT 7i txoi ami ei it my iaa saia ne tially satisfied he began to work He shaking himself free of the snow Eaw the ladder np which he must climb only warmed up a little Whats the and seizing the lowest round he made damage bis way steadily upward Wo all know by what steps an am Nothing sir that I see returned Tom hishanasomo face glowing with bitious man makes progress by patient good humor as he yielded the horse toil by seit denial by courteous de-Â¬ portment by the constant acquisition to its owner Well then ray lad get in and well of knowledge Yeara passed by during all of which try again You are going to school I ee added the stranger as he gathered Tom had looked m vain for his early up the reins friend the stranger Iu his timid awk- Â¬ wardness he had not thought to ask the Yes fir name of his bentftactorj and the only Howfar Guess its about two miles from opportunity to do so had been lost Well years slid away and Tom was here The gentleman turned and looked elected member of Congress from the into bis face and then glanced all over very county where he spent his strug Toms figure even to his feet gling boyhood He sees my shoes thought Tom He went to Washington ot in cow- Â¬ proudly to himself giving his feet a hide shoes and butternut colored home- Â¬ shove forward to make certain that they spun but dressed something as imag- Â¬ hould be seen ination had pictured as be looked The gentleman did see them and after his benefactor on the eventful smiled in spite of himself as he glanced day of the sleighride back to Toms face A nobler looking man the ladie3 in He then kindly pulled the warm fur the galleries said never had appeared around the boy and pulling hia cap upon the floor than this Yankee memGo along ber who if he spoke through his nose over his eyes shouted Nelll and the chestnut mare now always drove hia arrows homo to the thoroughly Eobered meekly commenced mark One day there appeared in the House the ascent of what was known as the long hill She was evidently accus- Â¬ the venerable form of an ex member tomed to having her own way for she whom al present delighthed to honor availed herself of every hollow to rest It needed but one glance at the genial and did not allow herself to bepreasea face for Tom to recognize in him the forward until the whip was applied giver of the Latin cram mar Torn wondered what had possessed the Me haa come no eaia to listen creature a few minutes before He to the gentleman who had so manfully scratched his head on the right side and defended the right and to wish him then on the left and finally his Yankee God speed curiosity getting the better of his diffi If said Tom with his old modesty dence he ventured to ask it has been my good fortune to do anyÂ¬ you i iese Kir wnat waa it that thing for our country in tho hour of made the mare run her peril I owe my ability to do eo in A i tnmp returned the gentleman a great measure to yourself Nell is a little aristo-Villi a tuiil To me echoed the astonished gen aiie audbhirs attuch plobian thiizs tleman to mel I do not recollect 1IC docs not know that a slump was the ever having had the pleasure of meeting niuMugof her master you before in my life Ah sir have you forgotten then im fecrjitchci his head again and w girled all over Then cut c me the the little school boy anions the hills of question New Hampshire to whom you so kindly Ho could a stump be the making sold a Latin grammar of a man The gentleman mused Mfy lad answered the stranger Sold sold a Latin grammar Now irarking th white surface of the sdow that you recall the incident I do recol- Â¬ firmly with his whiplash I was a poor lect a little fellow who interested me boy and my father could not afford to and 1o whom I gave some school books tsnd me to school We worked very Weli sir I am that boy You told bird hut I u ed to study evenings by me that I might pay for them when I the light of the fire and learned lite got to Congress If you will honor me whole of the Latin grammar by the by meeting a few friends at dinner I lijrit of one pitch knot will settle tho bill For a rnomeutTom sat perfectly still Italys Sad Predicament Taen he atkcJ as if athamed of his it nornnce Italy is in a bad way financially an Pleaic sr whats a Latiu gram- - as is usually the case in European coun- Â¬ tries the laboring classes are the prin Â¬ Ths la t qietioh aroused the gcnte cipal t ufferers Wages are very Bmall maii niTl becoming sensible that th taxes are very high and employment 1 file felliivfat bis side was thirsting for very scarce Willi an enormous national luoHlcdif he very kindly went over debt of 1840000000 requiring 84 tuch parts of his history as he thought 000 00 annually for interest the gov- Â¬ would be of intereat to him and ended ernment is continually being met with by syii g that ha was a member of deficits The cities too are largely in Corrress debt and with their workmen clamoring Tiijs last announcement almost took for assistance the country people are the lads breath away He had heard barelv abe to procure the necessaries of memhera of Coneress but he had an of life The outlook is disheartening Italy idea th y were mylhs whom nobody and discontent is increasing ever saw Perhaps the awe with which spends too much on her standing army Tom regarded him as he glanced up and is too anxious to keep up in th sideways into his fce flittered the gen race with her more powerful neigh lit martfor he said smiling bors You are ju as lifcely to be a mem She sent him to buy the worsted for ber of Congress as I You know in Of course America success isto be determined and a tidy she wished crocheted bravtd If you study as I did you he bought black as being nearest to ratty possibly rise as high yea perhaps crow shade he could find higher s IIany young persons believe Hut I haven t any Latin grammar natural when they are only impo tir said Tom lita and coarse No Well would you like oner flashing Yes sir cried Tom with A young man asked a young lady her eyes Six times seven ag and she replied Well my lad I shall come this way and feven times three added to my ago again and 1 will leave one at the school will xceed fix times nine and four as bouse for you double my age exceeds twenty But I have no money Never mind you can pay me when No no no Tommy that isnt the you get to Congress Thank you said Tom I wont way to do it poetry is written by the forget it sir feet Eaid an exasperated father to his Tlie gentleman looked down at him eon who was trying to write Written with a quizzical smile and the two rodo a parody on Pussy Cats certainly Yes on in tilence until they readied the by the feet Well by golly exclaimed the little fellow ashe swung his hands and gazed PleaMJ dont forget tho grammar darned if suggested Tom as he lifted the old cap at his worthy tires No 10s I dont think youre right old man by again returned the gentleman jest taking a Fquint at them feet of Not I A man who cannot keep a promise yours I bpose thats why some lineB is so much bigger than others aint it fhould not make one hey my ladf Nell tossed her head and the boy soon But the old gentleman wouldt see the lost sicht of the rider Then he looked point the rider 1 w Â¬ 1 sometimes the most successful and to compare small things with great that it is notorious haa been the case with two or three historical works and works of fiction which before they were published were metanhoricallv scored Thi best poet for the head Hood all over by therublishcrs readers with JAlitt Living Age Tho best writer for these words Returned with thanks Wo the stomach Bcon and Lamb 32SB hone this thing will stop right here What Makes the Sky Blue No I no Lets kientfic American Why is the sky bloe is a question have Moore The scandalmongers poet which has often been asked but never Public Opinion Sully satisfactorily answered Helmholtz of-Â¬ on Henry L Clinton the principal fered an explanation which depended air W H Vanderbilt in the the reflection of solar light by the counsel for in the atmosphere These Vanderbilt will case has sent in his particles being very minute would re- Â¬ bill to hia client It amounts to 250 particles the 000 It is made up in items and each flect preferably waves shortest waves of while they would service is specified Mr Van J light t c blue particular allow the longer waves correstnmding clerbut has relustu to pay it to green and red light to pass through is no wonder the Binghamton them just as a log of wood floating on people drink so much whiskv Accord- - the surface of still water would throw lnc to the Lcaatr the following list of off the tiny wavelets caused by a falling articles have been found in their drink- Â¬ drop in its neighborhood wniie the same itzchia cnrvula cymatop- - log in long ocean swells would be tossed ing water punctata to and fro without noticeably impeding leura euipucs biauroueis pleurodynia spencerii and rhizosolenia the progress of the waves Dr E L Nichols Philosophical Magazine Decem- Â¬ eriensie ber has propounded another view which A Social Game of Checkers ha8much to recommend it Ancoiding Such a thing as a checker board was to Young and Helmholtzs theory of never known in Grattans house says color impression there are in the eye the Detroit Free Press he and his aged three sets ot nervetermini one set partner had managed to pass the long chiefly influenced by the red another by evenings very pleasantly and he sup-Â¬ the green the third by the violent rays posed thev were happy enough until a The impression of color is the resultant friend from the East paid them a flying of the intensities of these three-- efilct3 Tisir ana asserted over ana over again The impression upon these nerves is not that the game of checkers was not only directly proportional to the intensity of all the rage there but that it served to the ray the different nerve termini being nuickeu the nerceritive facultits en- - subject to different laws For veiy large the mind and render tho brain feeble rays the violet nerves are very more active After giving tho subject sensitive while the green and red due thought Mr Grattan walked down nerves scarcely act at all As the light town and purchased a checker board increases in intensity the red and nerves increase in activity and when evening came he surprised green his good wife by bringing it in from the while the violet nerves becorao tired woudshed and saying and dazzled For rays of dazzling bril Â¬ red nerves are in their Well Martha well have a game or liancy the Thus of the two before we go to the social I expect most sensitive condition to beat you all to flinders but you simple colors as the brightness increases red and green change to yeliow blue be- Â¬ wont care Of course rot and if I beat you comes white Daylight at ordinary in- Â¬ tensities affects the three seta ofjsrve- why you wont care she replied They sat down and he claimed the termini equally tne resultant impres- Â¬ first move She at once objected but sion is whiteness Now daylight is sim- Â¬ when he began to grow red in the face ply the light of the sun weakened by The direct Ehe yielded and he led off At the fourth manifold diffuse reflections move she took a man chuckling as she rays of the sun as we let them fall uroa any colorless object appear also a while raked him in at noon I dont see anything to grin at he light but on attempting suns face on a the sneered as he moved a man backward clear day to gaze into the impression is of blinding yellow It is Here you cant move that way not that the direct rays differ in com she cried out I cant eh Perhaps Tnever played position from diffuse daylight but theÂ¬ violet nerves cannot transmit the accheckers before you were born I She saw a chance to jump two more tion of such strong light The moon men and gave in the point but as she with enormously less illuminating power moved he cried out than the sun seems bright and is far Put them men right back therel brighter than the open sky In passing Pve concluded not to move backwards from the intensity of the moons rays to those reaching us from a corresponding even if Hoyle does permit She gavein again and when he jumped bit of open sky we may perhaps take a a man her nose grew red and she cried step as great a3 that between the bright- Â¬ ness of sun and moon In general wnite out bluer its didnt mean to move then I was light will appear bluer andthis lawaswill I iustensity diminishes and thinking of the social Cant help the social Martha wo apply to the skies as they wiil increase in blueness even though the light by must go by Hoyle In about two minutes she jumped two the precess of reflection suffers no change men and went into the king row shout- Â¬ in the composition Crown him Crown him Ive ing that the best articles are those that are returned tho ofteuest I know they are bvjaaajpayijiiters wBeSem chitis Asthma Consumption And All TJlaeasea of THE OAT and ZVSOB Pat np in Qaut Siza Bottles for TuaOf Uh SdenUfioallr prepared of Bibam Tola OrTsUTHmx Rock Otadr Ola Bj and other tonic The Formula la known to oar beat 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the American AgriculÂ¬ turist have secured Marshalls new large - riH It Ss MAETLV Proprietor IAWKEXC 111 Maulleon Straet Cklcago fyAik yonr TJrnrrtatfor ItIt PTAik your Grocer for tW Ak yonr Wine Merchant tor ttl Children oak yonr Mamma for ltt tarsold by IJKTJOOISTS GKOCEKS and tTOTK MKRCHAKW Trywittr f New Presses New Machinery AJSTD obtained for new inventions or for im- Â¬ provements in old ones Caveats Trade Marks and all patent business promptly attended to Inventions that have been rejected may still in most cases bo patented by us Being opposite the U S Patent Office and engaged in paleul business exclnstve y we can secure patents in less time than thosa who are remote from YVasb ington ami who must depend upon the mails in all transactions with the Patent Office When inventors send model or sketch we make search in the Patent Office and advise as to the patentability free of PATENTS THE i BEST um4 U OE i -- EEINTEES i - magnificent Steel Plate The Farmiks Pride one of the finest works of this great artist whose pictures of Washing Â¬ ton and Lincoln are of world wide repn So fine is thig new work that Mr tation Marshall received 3000 for engraving the steel plate alone It wag so highly valued that thirty good judges subscribed 25 each for 30 copies of the first or artist proofs and no copy of the picture can be bought for less than 500 But the publishers of the American Ag riculturist have just secured the Plate ana having large facilities for multiplying it tney propose to present this SplendTtl Engraving on fine Plate paper 22x28 delivered post paid to every subscriber for volume 38 of that Journal who sends 20 cents extra to cover cost of packing mailing and postage on the engraving Subscribers can secure throngh thisoffice the Courier and the American Agriculturist both post paid for one year and also delivered free a copy of the above named Steel Plate Engraving that will b a great adornment to every home ALI THKEE for only 285 ARTICLES Within tfce last few years there haa been expended a great deal of inventtv thought and genius upon what may prop- Â¬ 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 c sweeper Almost every week w chronicle tbe advent of some new inven Â¬ tion by which the cares and labors of housekeepers are lessened and wimaui work made easier The newest thing to challenge our at Â¬ tention and gladden the heart of the housekeeper is what is called the Novel ty Brush Holder Carpet Stretcher ana Sweeper a very simple contrivance de Â¬ signed to firmly hold in position any kind of a brush or dngter having an exten sien handle that enables one to wash or dust windows walls or ceilings without the aid of a step ladder That is one of its conveniences and it is also one of the best carpet sweepers in the market hsld ing the brush firmly at an angle cleans the carpet thoroughly raises bo dust and does not wear the carpet like the ordinary broom or brush and will-outwear a half doaen brooms As a han Â¬ dle for tbe scrubbing brush it is the best device ever made no more kneeling on the floor no more back aches or sore ringers As a carpet stretcher it is worth its cost as a carpet of any size can ba laid evenly without any of tbe labor and vexation usually attending such work It is strong simple thoroughly made cannot get out of order bas no screws lever or hinges is compact cheap and durable Co It is manufactured by Browa Cincinnati tbe well known manufactur Â¬ ers of useful household articles and is sold only by their agents to housekeepers Tbe real utility of this artiele will at euce be seen by those most interested and we predict for it a large sale Every housekeeper in Ihe land will want one Any reliable lady or gentleman wish Â¬ ing remunerative employment would do L well to secure the agency for this county which can be done by enclosing a stamp for descriptive circular and terms to BROWN CO O Therefore fipi i i4 - o- Vie- - confidential Correspondence charge prices low and no charge unless patent is obtained We refer te Hon Postmaster Genoral D Al Key Ue7 F D Powers lo dfficia in tho U S Patent Office and especially to our clients in every Stale of the Union aud in Canada For special references terms advice c address C A SNOW CO D C THE LATEST ITEXTIOJT IX FBI HOUSEHOLD rSE We Keep in Store a Well Selected Stock of Opposite Patent Office nov21 Washington PRINTERS STATIONERY OP ALL -- The Cieapsst Newspaper in the South EIKDS 10 Weekly American NASHVILLE GIVE H to- 3ii - lev tifliJti -- DOLLAR FOR A YEAR 3o wy Ctlffff i it Â¬ got a king One would think by your childish actions that you never played a game before he growled outI know enough to beat yon You do eh Some iolks are awful smart And Eome folks aint she snapped out as her king captured another mao What in tuunder aro you jumping that way for A king can jump any way No he cant Yes he can Dont talk back to me Martha Grat tan I was playing checkers when you were in your cradle I dont carol I can jump two which ever way you move He looked down at the board saw that such was the case and roared out You have moved twice to my oncel - Â¬ take my oath you have I cant play against any such blackleg praefces Whos a blackleg You not only cheated but you tried to lie out of it Board and checkers fell between them He could get ou his hat quicker than she could her bonnet and that was the only reason why be got out of the house first A Woodward avenue grocer found him sitting on a basket of cranberries at the door as he was closing up fcr the night and asked him if he was waiting for his wile to come along Well not exactly I stopped here to feel in my pocket for the key to the barn I shall sleep on the hay to night and see if it wont cure this cold in my head I havent Ill Â¬ A Wild Man Hidden Sprtii SeM in a Church I Mail Republican them--elve- Melville Peirce of Wellfleet a luna Â¬ tic who has unsuccesEf uly attempted to kill himself by shooting and who dis- Â¬ appeared last Septemher hasjust been discovered in the Methodist Church organ The organist seeing a man on top of the organ and supposing him to be a tramp summoned assistance when Peirce was routed out H s hair had grown so long that it rested on his shoulders and his face was covered with a beard which gave him a wild look An examination revealed that Peirce had been living in the church for some time that he had a bed on top of the organ and that he had also occu- Â¬ pied the attic ld 1 some two weeks since was stolen from Co the store of Newcomb Young was found where Peirce had concealed it a portion of which he had used He had also a lot of canned meats preserves A tub ot butter that and other eatables Since being taken from the church he will not give any in Â¬ formation of where he has been or how he has managed to remain so long in the vicinity without being discoverc 1 sooner He is now carea for by friends Bridal and Bnrial Bells A New York exchange makes the fol- Â¬ lowing Eensible remarks to which we in- Â¬ vite tne attention of all our American girls Several circles of New York society have been shocked the past week by the sudden and unexpected deaths of brides of les3 than a year Mrs Eives who was- - Miss Fellows ond who was mar- Â¬ ried less than a year ago at St Thomas Church attended a reception given on and Friday week by her mother-in-latwo days after was dead having been sick but an hour Mrs Rutherford Stuy vesant married less than a year has also died suddenly The same thing recently happened in Boston when a wife of less than twelve months who was about to become a mother suddenly A AVEEK- - S1 a diy at 72 made Costly outfit freehome ea8iy died Such events as these are very Address Co Augusta Maine aplaO distressing and of more than ordinary Tbcc import It becomes all youug married women and men to seek for their signifi- Â¬ cance Why ehould young wives die bo suddenly even before they have put ofi their bridal robes It is a fact that the fashionable American girl ihg tSE hot house plant of our greaf- - citiSJj is unable to bear the strain put upon her constitution by the changed conditions in life which the married stMe imposes Js she prudent under certain circum stances in keeping up her round of gay Of beiDg out social entertainments late eating at all hours dancing and dressing in the unhealthy fashion of the Warners Safe Kidney and Liver Cere day The American girl of the period Ibrmerly Dr Craigs Kidney Cure is not as robust and healthy as her A vegetable preparation and tbe only sure In to world for Bricln Iicasr predecessors were the girl in New York IHnbtca ufln ALI lililuey Liver out Urlnnry Disraaes life has much to contend fashionable cuTTesUmonlals of the hlcbost order In proof with and if she overtaxes her vitality of theie statements utrFor tbe cure of Diabetes call for War the thread of life may suddenly snap in nrra Safe Diabetes Cure and theothar BsCFor the care orBrlBrhta twain Parents physicians and hus Â¬ diseases call for Wunicra Safe XUdncy bands have a duty to perform in this mat- Â¬ aud Urcr Care ter which is imperative Wealthy peoWARNERS SAFE BITTERS ItlstheDestBloodPuriflaandsUmulatM ple are not free from the laws of life every function to more boalaWbl aeUou aud ny more than poor folks and they must Is thui a baneflt In all dlseascsT It cares Ncrafuloaa and otber Skin Erup Â¬ obey them or suffer the consequences tions and Diseases Including Cancers VI a dreadful pity that so many It feems errs and otber Sores Dyspepsia Weakness of the Stomach young wives should be led to the altar Constipation Dizziness ftencrnl Debil Â¬ ity etc are cured by tbe Safe HitterstonicIt la only to find the bier within tho brief unenualed as an appetizerund regular of a year The burial bells fol BoiUes of two sizes prices 30c and tslOO ow all too closely tho wedding chimes I WARNERS SAFE NERVINE Quickly gives Rest and Sleep to tbe suffering cures lleadnehe and Keuraleia prevents Abounding Wealth Kplleptle IlU and relieves Nervous lro Two Leadville miners went to a ball trxtton brought on by excessive drink ovsrwort mental sdocks ana otner causes in Chicago One of them getting intoxPowerful as It Is to stop pain and sootae dis turbed Nerves tt never injures tne system icated took oft his coat and laicl it in whetber taken in small or large doses the window while he vigorously en- Â¬ Bottles of two sizes prices OOc and 103 gaged in the witcheries of the dance WARNERS SAFE PILLS Are an Immediate and active stimulus fcr a An officers took possession of the coat Torpid Llrcr and cure Csitivtneu Dppepila and found a wallet in the pocket con uniaess suusa mar rams Malaria Ftrtr tainine 127000 which he returned to ana Ague and should lie used whenever tho the careleBs miner He is ono of two bowels do not operate men who walked from Chicago to Leadfreely and regularly fia alhrr rllb reqalr knch ville when the mining excitement broke ftmill diMM for tboraush work rric 8a eta a loi out irnd returned wealthy owning to VtrnrihriKfillnr aeld br DrvcgUU Uf alcra bold speculations la Btdltlae cvt rywhtra HH Warner Co When one of thosa over crowded Iroprictors elevator trains in New York jumps the E00HESTEE N Y track and kills a lot of people the 07SI rer raafkltt nil IWlmoRtaN managers cant say that that they didnt Â¬ w The next Presidential election will de Â¬ termine questions of vital importance to every citizen of the Union Upon its results will depend the perpetuity of our All republican form of government these questions will be thoroughly dis- Â¬ cussed in the present session of Con gress It is our desiro and our purpose so far aa we can contribute to that end that every citizen shall be fully informed upon all thess questions of such vast mo- Â¬ ment Is our national government te be I henceforth an imperial despotism Aro the bayonet to rule the ballot the rights of lib Slates expressly re- Â¬ 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