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State Thos U Harris Btate Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer James W Tate Attorney General P- - Vf Hardin Register Land Omca Alph ahelden jcketu is the best equipped safest and most 4 I do not kuotv I think oar plexstnt line it being the know but little abut ablest echolars GREAT CENTRAL SHORT LINE- - Storms Tho hiph mountains along between the Northwest and Southeast lt to the PaciGo coast may prevent storms is the shortest and mast direct route the celebrated Springs and Summer re Â¬ und the pVeat desert ou the Atlantic sorts of Virginia and East Tennessee Connections arc made with trains for all raiiy cause storms points 5 It is pronounced Icdvil Pullman sleepers run onal Through sleepers roraj night trains G At present it is of little use to Memphis to Itnslivillo without change Double dally eenncctions on all through the people of the United States but tminq Rnsinps men and nlensurc Seek Charles Francis Adams estimates that ers bear iamitid that the Nashville ClSpi tanoogo St Louis Railroad otters belter its adoption throughout the civilized accommodations better lime and connc world would be of more practical util tious than any other route betwee 7 ity and save more hard labor than the Northwest and Southeast Leave Memphis 1210 a nr 820 a m use of steam Oar arithmetics would McKen2le 415 a m 145 p ra i bo reduced to one half their present a m Hickian 800 Arrive at Nashvillo 1000 a ro 730 p m size a thorough knowledge of Prao Leave Nashville 10 10 a m 8 15 p m 4Gjvs45J AjUhtnetio could be acquired in Murfrcesboro 11 27a ra J tmim armv in tucky delegation to Cincinnati will vote them such relief as is bountifully award Â¬ stage of water unanimously for him yet the Con ed to the actors in a recent interne Â¬ Tho commission having thoroughly gres ional delegation are opposed to cine war The day cannot bo distant acquainted themselves with the dis- Â¬ him Why Because Beck and the when the opportunity to pay this debt ease and the remedy recommend such rest of them fancy Jor the reason thai not only of gratitude but for considera work as will give tho river a uniform I am friendly with Mr Tilden that if will have passed and width of 3000 foot from Cairo to the he is elected President I shall have tionreceived when it will only remain for tho form Gulf without straightening it or resnr something to say about the distribution that is bunted by bailiffs to day to bo jr The of tho offices ting to cut offs through bends This is absurd lam borne up by nobles to morrow To commission quote the success of this intimate with Mr Tilden because I you a hero of the wars I rpnder trib- system in Europe and wherever else like him I odmiro tho man Proba ute due to your persevering efforts to COCRTS MAGISTRATES it has been tried It is as applicable bly if Mr Tilden were elected Presi provide for the indigent of thoso of 1st District Esq Donaho 2d Saturday The dent and I should go to him for any to a large river as to a small one our comrades who arc dependent on In March June September and DecemHOW LOST HOW REST0R3D sum necessary to complete the survey appointment but there is no appoint llammond 1st Saturday in ber Esq contributions for relief Very of the river begun last year is 200000 meet it would pay me in my position private JUSr PUBLISHED a new ame Jionths truly your friend Jefpersos Danis and tho estimated cost of works of im to take edition of Dr Culverueli3 2d District Eq Goar 3rd Saturday in or official favor bo would How Oscar Toknek mado a speech Jarch June September and December Ckledhateo Essat on therai- provemeot for the first fical year is forj quietly say that it was not in the bond The French SJrIKcs same months without Spermator j ii3rdMiles 1th Monday in 3rd Monday in tcal caror Seminal medicine ofInvoluntaryÂ¬ 8 It is a newly coined newspaper in the House on the 2nd instant in lnuiai worts iur cuuuuui uuuirauuuu and I had no right to dsk anything Tha Boston Advertiser observes rhoea District Esq Reed Weakness word therefore not good English and bank protection 84 113000 for I have no such rightIt defense of his bills permitting farmers Mr Tilden is March June September asd December Semfnal Losses Impoteuey Mental and In fact the Roubaix strike which closing gaps in levees Sl010000 perfectly free from aDy pledges today suspends the regnlar employment of to Mar means the state of being oiiy Pbyeical Incapacity Impediments Ksq Mayes tb Saturday in same months and planters to sell tobacco oi their aud for checking the enlargement of and is not at all the man to seek to up 4th District Esq Dickinson 1st Mon riago etc also Consumption Epilepsy 0 I believe it is now generally con production and that raised by their 15000 persons has already involved day in March June September and De and fits induced by self indulgence or tho Atohafalaya S10000 or a total of praso hungry politicians by promising Tourcotng which is close by Tour An ceded that the domestic turkey origi tenants without paying any tax Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in sexual extravagance kc cember 85133000 The cost of surveys and anythingto them in advance If be coing m about 50000 inhabitants The celebrated author in this admir nated from our American wild turkeys amendment was introduced to limit the same months expenses of the Commission during desired to make bargains he could havo but its industries are more varied than 5th District Esq Boaz lpt Wednesday able Essay clearly demonstrates from a the last fiscal yar amounted to about them all at his beck March June September and December thirty years successful practice that the The bird was undoubtedly first brought amount to bo sold without tux toSlOOJ in The Tonrcoing those of Roubaix 385000 Eq Collins 3rd Wednesday in same alarming consequences of selfnbusc may to Europe by the Spaniards from worth which was the cause of Mr But Mr Tilden is credited of mak goods known a3 such to tho trade are be radically cured without the dangerous months ing many just such bargain Still there are about made of coal He wants the farmer 6th District Esq Jones 4th Wednes Â¬ use of internal medicine or the applica TVlezico and from the continent it soon Turners speech A Rfinnrltable Story I know it but it isnt true Look 50000 spindles in the city and 5000 day in March June September andDe- - tion of the knile pointing out a mode of found its way to England N C special to Cin Enquirer to sell all the tobacco he raises free of Franklin It is aid at my own ease Im not at all sen people have quit work 2d Wednesday in cure at once simple certain and effectual Rouen one of Esq ember The following remarkable story was sitivc but I do get a little mad when by means of which every sufferer no ma- Â¬ that during the reign of Francis I tho tax whether it be ono or one million came mouths the principal centers of cotton manu Â¬ tter what his condition may be may cure turkey was imported into France and pounds published in the local paper of this a story made up of whole cloth is fath Â¬ facturing in France has likewise been CITV OFFICIALS himelf clieapley privately and radically - 3 13 ered upon me It was said you know drawn iu The Roueu articles so place this evening Mayor H A Tyler 3 This Lecture should be in the hands thoSrst one eaten iu that country was bo called Death ist E II Wllnon are all of them woven goods Mrs Martha Smith of Chatham re that was friendly to Mr Tilden of every youth and every man in the land served up at the wedding of Charles City Judge George Warren N O Picayune May 10 causs he had a mortgage on the Cour especially calicots indiennes and boa Sent under seal in a plain envelope to Citv Attorney R T Tyler ports a remarkable case of suspended There is not a neteries Tbey yield about S17500 Yesterday there died in this city one any address pott paid on receipt of six IX in 1570 City Clerk R E Millet aoimttion burial aud resurrection of a ierJournal building The wild turkey asit is found in its of the beat known merchants in the cents or two postage stamps City Treasurer T P Fortune a married lady oTthatcoun word of truth iu the story Mr Til Â¬ 000 per annum The reports from tba person CouucUmen T M French A A Far Address he Publi lfers native haunts is a magniSccnt bird community Mr E H Wilson This ty who possessed a gold watch and den is a friend of mine and I should silk districts especially Lyons and St THE CULVKKWCLL MEDICAL CO isrC L Handle W II Plumraer v - t ofi both in its plumage anM in its- lable j geutleraau had been siok tor soiuo days The silk bui- Y if finger ring whiclishe often expressed never want to borrow money from a Etienne are indefinite W T Buckner II S Campbell past and expired at 9 P 21 in the I went to him as ncss is the most important of Fiench City Marahal Jas A Warner a desiro to have buried with her when Iriend or a relative in fact its flesh is not sur t ixty fourth year of his rga He leave qualities Wliarlmasxer Wm 3Tounc oho died Finally she was taken ill my lawyer desiring to mortgage our textile industries in so far as the rest passed for succulence and richneas of a widow and a number of children two Markftnapter Jas A Warner and life secmedto gradually ebb away new building fur S350000 and asking of the world is concerned her exports City Tax Collector SamI Landrum Jr married daughters residing iu Sherman flivor until her atteuding physician pro him to negotiate with parties willing amounting to about S1Q000O000 an- Â¬ Sexto- n- Peter George He introduced me to nually Next in rank stand the wool The turkey prefers a wooded and Texas nounccd it extinct W L McCutch At her burial her to leud money School Trustees Dist Mr Wilson came to Kew Orleans in Samuel D Babcoofc and while we industries the exports being scarcely W Cowpill Jas A Warner cn Juo previously expressed desire was com rough country to one that is level and 1815 ftom Monroe county Ky Since Tha center plied with aod the second niht after were negotiating with him Mr A R inferior to those of silk unwoodoJ aud is usually found in long hen he bus resided in this city jiuM COUNTY OFFICERS her interment a white man and a negro Euo one of your wealthy capitalists Â¬ of that trade is at Elbeuf throughout rang of timber landv and gencrallv been engaged in the cottou and factor Cuny Judpe II CADailey went to the grave and exhumed her for came forward and advanced ho re Normandy Flanders and Picardy also W IIn Ino County Cterk Ho was a meuiberiqf la IffiTastgrfUorhood of extensive and age business tha putpcao of obtaining her jawelry mainder of the amount required That Hn lhcLaoguedoc between Toajoasagr Sheriff B III WlkrT o It is and was and Karbonnc ilieclntnsot JbiDeur impassable swamps It however ven the old firm of Turner Wilson As they took the lid off the coffin tud is all there wis oTtt Circuit Court Clerk T M French afterwards Wilion Young Lallejrly a purely business matter which has and Sedan are almost peerless Jas Bushart AEsessor Tho bepan pulling off the ring from her tures out at early dawn and at dusk at Co the title was E H Wilson County Attorney A D Kingman finger she raised up At this both left no obligation on either bido As cotloo branches center at Rouen and nijht among the wheat and corn fields JHer Frank Thomaoson men took fright and ran away Finally I said before I really wish for his own in Flanders Maslcr Commissioner J A Wilson The Dark dorse where it feeds upon the grain and It will bo noticed therefore that the negro went back She asked him sake that Mr Tilden was more of a County purveyor Robert McCohnel Russell villo Herald Enterprise instances have been givon where large He told her that he bargaiuer and politician the present strike is not strictly con- Â¬ what he wintcd Coroner 3t Hi It begins to look very muoh as if Circuit Judge W W Robertson This seems to fined to any one lino wanted her ring and the white man her packs consisting of many broods is A Neal both the Republican snd Democratic cui a words Commonwealths Attorney watch She requested to see the white The Throngs of SinmlgrnniB indicate a somewhat general state of j lined together and numbering over a nominees arc to be dark horses At An act wis passed for the benefit of This year from f eventy one steam Â¬ dissatisfaction in the factory districts negro soon found and hundred birds old and young have all events it will bs safer to take the prufe iooal jurors aud a fine will now man whom the WEEKLY Mo tiers like ocd Physicians brought to her Sho requested him to ships the arrivals last month in New But in Franco the appliances for es- Â¬ been seeu in tho grain fields Instan- odds in favor of the field as against the be imposed on any ono who seeks the go with her home recommend it Ho did so and York alone were 46148 which makes tablishing justice and reasonable equi- Â¬ jury bench ces have also been given where the favorito when she reached the door she knock 82J62 Tor tho first four months of IS- ty are so complete that the strike is IT IS NOT NARCOTIC The educational interests havo been cd Her husband ODcned the door SO Most of them came with money not likely to spicad far or be long cons wild turkey gobbler mated with do Our Legislature adjourned on the attended to in the further endowment RrrxcscsTiTirc sctr PArEit or the sooth thinking io hand tinued tuestic turkey hens on farms which 6h inst aud to each and overy meui of the A and M College which will but fainted when he saw her that it was his dead wifes ghost Mrsj The Philadelphia Ledger says on A GOOD PAPER FOR ALL SECTION IiIXL5IENTS tlio wero situated in the vicinitv of lirze ber we can with safety say that the receive an additional income derived CENTAUR Remarkable Shooting is now living and this point jrrcat Pain IJelicvirigr forests and the nrogeny were always people of our proud Statu would have from a pecial ad valorem tax of one Smith says the lady good old age and No very great amount to be sure Another extraordinary marksman r Worlds Hi Will be sent one year postage free bids fair to attain a remedies Thcylical soothe and observed to be much more hardy and been better pleased if this worthy budy half cent on the S1U0 worth of taxable that sbo visits and is visited by bet is in individual hands but altogether who is said to excel Dr Carver is Dr TWO DOLLARS which amount will t had come to this wise conclusion muuh property elude a handsome premium in the sha c curcBumsTVoundsWeakBaclc averaged at SbO oach an under esti Â¬ John Rnth of California an account frequently f a book or nkuife or various artiaes and Rheumatism upon Man quick growing tuan thoso ol the pure- - sooner though let us be happy in the An uct has been passed defining the mate making many millions of doU of whose exploits is thu3 given in a pi Qjr of use and beauty as may be selected an1 Sprains Galls and Lame- - ly domestic bird and it is a matter of thought that it is never too late to do property exempted from the payment But recent issue of a 3aa Francico paper Wo aro glad to observe that the lars put into quick circulation J upon Beasts Cheap quiclc cimmou observation atnons farmers in cood Mr George our Senator from of debts which grant a an equalization Hickman Courier is more hopeful of this is tho least feature of this huge Dr Ruth then proceeded to give an the Weekly Courier Journal and a ircu- - ncss duriug of property exemption by allowing Jar containing the full list of premiums and reliable sections where the wild turkey is found this district won rioh laureU the prospects of the Democratic party human wave The folks that now fill exhibition of fancy shooting at a glass To say that we tire house keepers who do not own the Several times wc were upon the point up the steerage lift are of the hard ball held in tti9 hand of his attendant the past ression will be sent on application that a cross of the wild sobbler with a proud of him is a freble expression nf Tns Codkier Jocrnal is a combination specified articles to take an equivalent of trying to say somcthiug to encour and well trained classes farmers from he taking aim through his legs with made in 1808 of three old Louisville pa tame hen always improves the brood in our feelings Our Uepreseotntivo Mr iu other things etc He also held age it to observe more closely tho run Germany Ireland Scandinavia Hun Â¬ his back to the object rsvii the Journal established iu 1830 FULTOX CIRCUIT COURT ize and excellence- - The wild turkey Vaughn proved himself to be a very It is now the law to fine a person of events and the signs of the times gary Poland skilled artisans from En Â¬ the rifle with the butt resting upon tbo the Courier in 1M3 aud the Democrat in Geo B Prathers adrar pi tiff He made it a point from 550 to 300 for throwing into a careful legislator 1844 within tiic lines of the Democratic par glish and German manufacturing top of his head tho hammer pointing lie reputation is national as well VEqnity is migratory to a certain extent mov during the whole session to thrultlf against railroad car and tho c who make a ty but concluded to leave it to its own towns circulation aud it is pronounced Geo B Prathere heirs and crcd- - J as its He also shot with hia back France and Italy seem to downward intr in large flocks from one part of the all bills looking to the iutcre t of any practice of throwing stones at passen Â¬ one of tho ablest and best arranged pa Ger- Â¬ reclining upon a table In alt thesa itors defendants Those migrations particular locality especitlly if the bill ger coaches for amusement will come recuperative powers and lively wits keep their people at home but country to another being cspe pers in the world its mater Notice is hereby given to the creditors And here it is all awake to the potent many where Prince Bismarck is burn Â¬ experiments he was successful on tha Far- cially adapted to the Merchant the of Geo B Prut her deceased that the un- are not induced by climatic influences was of a personal nature This ha ad to grief if they do not alter tho char- Â¬ fact that the Democracy is better uni ing his candle at hofh ends has thirty first attempt Turning his back to the iner and the Family Circe dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton hered to strictly with but three or four acter of their pleasures tod and working through press legis- Â¬ per cent of the entire emigratinn so attendant he sighted tho rifle by tho Choice from standard books of the times Circuit Court under an order in thenbove but principally by tho exhaustioN of In fact we do not rememlaborers and material lative bodies and conventions more far this year Ha wants more men for aid of a small band mirror and broke Mechanics and a choice selection of the leading raag styled cause will attend at the Couuty their favorite food in a locality which exceptions ber that ho ever departed from this which earnestly than at any former period his array and more money from taxes the ball at the firtt trial itzines or illustrated periodicals of the Court Clerks office in Hickiaan Ky from Perhaps the In oak forests course unless it was in the introduc Â¬ men have now a greater time in day fnrnished in combination with the the date hereof until the Itli Monday of they had frequented to filo their liens on work and material for two generations Louisville Demo- and these very wants are driving away most wonderful feat that he accom 7eekly for a mere pittance in addition to July 880 to receive and hear proof of the acorn is eaten by them in beech tion of three or four bills for the beu furnished both men and taxpayers tho very plished and one requiring considerablo crat the price of the Courier Journal alone claims against said decedent and that all forests the beech nut or mast is a efit of the late sheriff of Hickman The partial repeal of the revenuo act During the remainder of 1879 and claims not presented to him and proven as the success of tho class of thirty farmers and artisans uerve on the part ot both himself and Our anxiety for couuty and certainly no one will ques Â¬ from l tlirougli 1880 the Weekly that aro necessary bone and sinew to attendant was shooting a cigar out of required by law within the lira specified favorite article of food with them In tion his motives in these particular in- changes the State ad valorem tax without premiums will be sent to above will be forever barred baok to forty five cents on Democratic ticket perhaps made us every country and that will be wel the mouth of the latter forty cents Anothern addition to tln se the turkey subsists elubs of five or more persons at SI 60 stances when they learn that the the 100 worth of taxable property to view the feuds dissensions aud bick Â¬ come additions to the prosperity of any teresting experiment was shooliogwlth JNO A WILSON upon grain berries and various fruits Vaughn cl b of five the club each and for every ho was sheriff of Hickman supply the deficiency in the Treasury erings in tho Dimocratic party with Stato they choose to settle in Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court The out a sight that essential adjunct being raiecr will be entitled to a copy sent to and in sections where it is found the county is a near relative to our Rep- Â¬ but will bo in force oulv two years march l ISSO any address free for a year gieat earnestness and we are only Scandinavians Swedes and Norwegi covered by a piece of card board placed else for Times preferred Daily Courier Journal 12 a year post to note a returning sense of ans it is not quite so easy to account around the barrel at its extremity Cammiftsioncrs IVoiice pecan isAlthough a to anything hen tur resentative woFulton Mr Vaughn has 1880 and 1881 ape free Sunday Courier Journal 2 a know The penitentiary has been put under too happy So far as food number of for except on tbe general grounds of Tha absenoe of the sight apparently COURT FULTOX CIRCUIT harmony and unity which means na Â¬ enterprise and hope to better tbem made no difference as the destruction year postage free keys associate with one gobbler during mado a prudent energetic and good the warden system with authority to agents are employed by N P Harness adrar plaintiff No travelling hire out all able Ljdied convicts over tional success next November Tbo selves Equity tho greater Few of the present arriving of the vitreous spheres continued un- Â¬ aaiDSt Company but a lib Ihe portion of the year they member and we trust our contempo N P Harness heirs and cred GOOjo labor on publio vorks Courier has its preference for Presi- immigrants care to stop in the cities abated The following experiments era cash commission or handsom prem separatcfroai him when they begin to rarys strictures are hsty ers defendants i oSfcn passed author ty V iums will be given to persons known to dent but is lor the Democratic nomU except the skilled artisans silk weav were also successful Notice is hereby given to the creditors lay and use every effort to hide their the community Uiey reside in who will Izing the oppointment of a committee mill hands glassmak Shooting sTEall from N pref- Â¬ ers machinists P Harness deceased that the above any and all individual A Sew Inrly ImpentJlnsr Any one who de of act as local ngents to select a plan aud locate branch peu nee It seems curious that ers etc that make about torly per attendant the latter being blindfolded of the Fulton ceres from him From the Louisville Democrat fcires to act and to assist in extending the undersigned Commissioner iientiiry and report at the next session erences Our first choice is Thurman cent the same feat with the bandages re- Â¬ n paper that cannot be but Circuit Court under an order in the above the tame turkey hen should take the circulation of In politics certain results come to be of the General Assembly second Biyard c but above either moved from tho attendants eyes and which it xtyled cause will attend at tho County amc precaution but it is a matter of beneficial to nny community in evident if certain events transpire The Clerks olfice iu Hickman Ky The last act of importance passed by or any the man who can bost unite the latter looking into tho muzzle of jniy be generally read will upon ap Court the date hereof until the fourth common observation that she always wise editor and tho sensible politician Idea of 3Ioncy Ecccucrs the State lathers was the Massoy horso tho plication be supplied with an agents from shooting with a Monday of July 1S80 to receive and hear pirty and make success the most In a recent sermon on the text Th tbo rifle oue hand in a variety of outfit free of charge covers her eggs when she leaves them always accopt occult signs of the times and ratilo law which preccribos a re small rifle manipulated proof of claims against said decedent evil love nf mo ey is the root of all etc certain For specimen copies circulars We have in America three species and strive to avoid undesirable results ward of S50 to persons securing the and that all ebiiras not presented to him Men despise the difficult ways holding tho rifle with Mr Beecher said 7 address by foregoing the evonts which will arret and conviction of a horse or aud proven as required by law within money they havo not got but he never the hands placed back of the neck W N HALDEMAK or precipitate them Thu applies to the wild turkeys tho American Dogii In tho West tne time specified above will bo forever of mule thiuf knew a man to despise it when he got it none of these shots did tho doctor Freeideat Courier Journal Co JNO A WILSON common wild turkey the Mexican wild proposed nomination of Tilden aud barred For several years a pack of wild and that is as true as anything in the In to shatter tbo balls from the hand Louisville Ivy fail Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court turkey and tho Ocellated wild turkev Grant The two great parties may now Â¬ Â¬ proverbs Tholovo of money isundoubt Ben Bullersays that Grautand Til- dogs have been known in tho Yellow One of the most of the attendant march l 1830 Tho first two resemble each other vory know that the nomination of Grant at den will be the nominees stone Valloy They are described as cdly stronger in some men than in marvolous feats performed wa3 the foN WEEK- - S12 aday at home easily 72 made Costly oulfil free Address which Chicago and of Tilden at Cincinnati others but once knowing the uses and oIoely The Ocellated turkoy Seymour is the first choice of the resembling a cross between a wolf and conveniences of it Iho least worldly lowicg Placing a glas3 ball upon tho Commissioners NotJice aplsO Trce Co Auzusta Maine is found in Honduras and other parts will assuredly be followed by the fur Wi consin delegation to Cincinnati spaniel A moro savage pack of wolf FULTON CIRCUIT COURT cling to all that comes in their wy ground the doctor shot in front of iff of Central America is the most beauti mation of a third party of dii satUficd dogs aro now reported in the wilds of Ttiere used to be a popular hymn esVe have a speedy and positive Cure for W II II Hawkins admr pltiff under it sent it flying During tho month of April 4G118 Equity ful plumagcd bird known to ortiithol Republicans and of disgruntled Demo against It is said pecially a favorite with jlethodist itin- and plowingin tho air by tho forco of Northwestern Nebraska Catarrh Diptlieria Canker Mouth and several feet emigrants wore landed atCastle Garden Jleudacbe iu SIHLOIlS CATARHH REM W II II Hawkins heirs and that about two years ngo two bull dogs erants crats Jus what figure such a com- New gists tho concussion and before it reached York creditors defendants A nasil injector free with each EDY Ko a foot of land do I poesras joined a band of wolves near the head bination would cut no ono can procUe tho ground uhivering it with a second XO cottage in the vtdcrass teachers and school children Notice is hereby given to tho creditors desire health and Use ii if you The buttle Rruco the colored Senator from Mi ana nave remained ol the Biruwoou ly foretell but if they should unite on Ruths wife is nearly as ITT nvef i breath Price 60cts Sold by Buck of W II II Hawkins deceasedthethat the throughout the county are respectfully a ticket of say David Divts for pre i si ippi di olaims being a caudidate for witn litem ever since But there is no record of an itinerant bullet ivitriu mo who declined any real estate improved expert as hini elfin the use of tha rifle Fulton undersigned Commissioner of fc Cowpill Hickman Ky past year a species of dogwolf suppos Circuit Court under an order in the solicited to contribute to the Query dent and Wade Hampton for vice pros the Vice Presidency or unimproved that came honestly in above styled ciuse will nt tend at tho Box A STltA2QE PEOPLE ed to be the offspring of the escaped his way It would have been foolish in you wish to send auswor or dent there is no doubt it would stand If Nails are getting too cheap and tha The Atlanta Constitution say3 that Do you know that there are strange County Court Clerks office in Hickman a chance of being successful The good fortune of there is one great improvement in tho Nail Association has ordered the mills bull dogs have been committing dep him to do so community we say strange Ky from the date hsreof until the 4th questions under any other namo than people in cur is and f weeks It is reditionsin that section They are somenotthe cause of envy in others who colored people They aro getting so to stop for a couplo because they seem to prefer to suffer and Mond iy of July 18M to receive and ynur own you can do so by giving tho uncommon to hear men Tho publio schooU of Laducih use is c tu stop the said to possess the cunning of the it hear proof of claims against said decedent pass their days miserably made so by Many modest a history of the United Slates written fortunate that nobody have failed of success declaiming they dont sceak off in tho dark to talk true name Dinpepsiii and Liver Complaint Indizes and that all claims not presented to him editor your growth of corn or wheat for a similar wolf combined with the ferociousness against money and professing contempt politics They begin to show a wil Â¬ by law within the persons do not wish to have their by a local teacher and printed at homo aud pluck of tho bull dog and aro con tiou Constipation and General Debility and proven ai required reason for those who make accumulation of it lingness to hear both sides vriien SIIILOHS VlTALIZEtt is guaran time specified above will be forever barsequently much moro to be dreaded an object of life But reverse the con- Â¬ names iu the newspapers but they like The London Economist attributes JNO A WILSON Cow- - red any God for the ill ii n tho common prairie wolf and are ditions and your moneyless man sud Sold by Duck Mnyhe there to cure them teed It has been thoroughly demonstra Â¬ Mister Commr Fulton Circuit Court to fee questions fully discussed It the threatening wool fituine in Eng United States oaid a Canadian Mayor gill Hickman Ky Tho Dead- - denly ceases to denounce capital and ted that no human rensaius are found moro bold and savage far march I 1880 but theres wood Times says that they are becom the answers to the questioDt is not sat land to the fact that hundreds of thous to Col Robert Iugersoll becomes conservative in his language except in the loose soil alluvium File Hundred Thousand Strong nods of sheop if not millions have one for Cantdi and you rJS3 BEB iSk WJSB E 2 ciut have ing numerous and quito troublesome The demagogue disappears and in his hensa Goological science places man satisfactory you are at liberty to send died of plague in England and be In the uast few mouths there has been place is the pondt rous and respectable among tho most recent of created any hall in this town in which to da more than 610000 bottle of Shilohs Curo npAKUN UP AS STRAYS bv J R Wea in your criticisms and wherever prac- Â¬ canso thoRussiansTurktsh aud Euglish citizen anxious for peace order and Out of the vast number of people 1 ver living 5 miles Hast of Hickman Fold fume him The most conclusive evidenco A New kind of artificial fuel is now stability in society and iu the State things rlio have used it more than 2000 casos near Mud Creek in Fulton county Ky ticable we shall havo them published Afghanistan war and war in Turkey being inmafactured in Germany which Cresar suspected conspiracy and se- - of this fact is that the surfaca of tho The Samuel 1 Randall Club of All on the 12th day of February 1880 One of Consumption have bcea cured The editor of this column makes no in Syria iu Iursia and tho Indian White and Ulnck Spotted COW nd CALF pretensions of being able to answer all country have caused tens of million Ceugh Croup Asthma and Bronchitis Philadelphia will attend tho Ctncin is said to bo better and much cheaper dhionin tho lean hungry man lean- - earth is compo ed to the depths of with Eich than wood or coal It is raido iu the nesa of purse 4Un no prospect of filling miles of rocks and that these rock s ifld at ouce hence it is that everybody Cow aged about 14 years both marked the que tions that may be propounded of sheep to be killed In fact won niti Couvention in a body It JZ iciks iu its praise To those who have with crop and underbit iu riuIit and split ii iuuut3 iuu buuio uiyiimcieu I suu ire full of tho remains of auimals and member will wcir n ucat suit of dark form of bricks or blocks out of peat and iu Itussii dangerous spirits in our time not used it let us say if you havo a in left cir but having no oilier marks or therefore ho solicits tho aid of ovsry growing in Turkey Â¬ plants thousands of species of them all All commuiii in Perida and all Iudia has been blue with a cut away coat high whito coal dust and other combuariblo ma Â¬ Cough or your child the Croup and you hrriids perceivable ami which is apprais teacher in the county differing omwhat from auy now in terial which after being moulded in Says Jones I hate a fool Yes value life dont fail to use it For lama ed at the value of eight dollars cxtioiH for thU column should he ad almost given up on account of tho war hat and light brown kid gloves They no human bones or remains They existence Witness my luud this 21t day of Feb dressed to JAS II SaUNDBUS - Dock Side or Choi use Shilohs Porous and the low pricrs curccut for the pjst have hired Curriers baod to btay with to shape and dried is covered over replies Smith like hates like meet as strangers now beiug among them Druggist For sale mary lb80 cojtiug of pitch with a them and a sist the boom 1Jaeicr Sold by your Hickman Ky fivo years Gowgtll Hickman Ky ruchlw J W MAYES J P T C by Duel Decherd I 45 p m 1155 p m COURT OF APPAELS Cowan 200 p m 1210 a m Pryor Chief Justice Thos Stevenson 315 p m 1 30 a m Cofcr llargis Thomas Uiues and Bridgeport 337 p m 200 a m JudgeB Chattanooga oOO p ra 330 a m For information timelablcs and lisUof summer resorts reached by this line call Fu Ion County Court H C Bailey on or address Geo W McKknzik f ndpe beld every 2d Monday in each Act Mckenzie Eonlh C P Athorb Passs Agt L M R W L HASLET Fulton County Quarterly Courl II C Memphis or Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan Â¬ Qenl Pass Tkt Ajt NashvilU Tenn uary April July and October B g9g4W d m fiOUKTS MANHOGB Â¬ gaifhnff should then havoir6rTnfli culty in understanding he weights measures and distances spoken of in histories books of travel and scientific works written in different countries 7 They do True oar grammars aro inconsistent in many respects the authors having tried to put the iHuglish lanzifujre in Latin harness but it i useless to croak and grumble until we Stid something better No one will speak correctly who depends upon his associates and his observation of the forms of words teen in books ej and rlaagnAaiim Tho New York Herald in an elabo rate editorial on the Republican polit ical situation conclude- - that none of tho leading candidates wil withdraw and that no one of them can unite up on himself tho divided delegations so that when tho columns fairly break there mUstof necessity bo a compromise In thi event it ro upon a new man news tho suggestion of Hamilton Fish as tho wisest choice of he couvention We quote But to cool observers it seems plain enough that uoithor the ex President not Mr Blaine nor any of the lesser candidates already in the tiold has any reasonable chance There is too much embittered feeling between them to permit a surrender to eaoh other Mr have piven mortal Blaines friond ofTenxo to the machine in the two most powerful States and the public know uothiuuruu Senators fjorklini to profit by tie Humiliation tie s6ught to infiictapoD them They will ake good care to defeat him at any rate which1 if not victory is yet re veoge The ami third term men and the rebels against the machine will take eqiallygood care that the machine in their respective States shall not again be in a position to punish them With theso open hostilities and all this tnu tual bitterness there will be no yieldiug The candidates now in at Chicago the field will slaughter one another aud a majority is improbable except on some new man fo r privatefaffd local benefits for out of thejlTfiOG bills passed lesslhan 200 are ofgeneral nature- The expense of the sssion together with the appra priations made will agEregate8162000 large amount of money This and itljbalanced by some good acts whicblyg a degree cotnpenate for the dtlatnryTuiovements of ihe Long Log UltftuSe All the riversin the State excepttrje portions of Green and Bar- Â¬ ren owsraiod by and under the control of tJiefOreen and Barren River Navi gation Company have boon turned over to llBvflIea States wovernment to roc eiva ssjrCH iavig lproyemeg as it - Intelligencer j Thodeneral Assembly has not pan ned out as bad as was expected An examination of its acta demonstrate that Htl28days were put iu mostly From ihe Howling Green of tho Reitcrai jof thp LeglNlaittrp Acts Tlio Mississippi River CoiunilR- NlOU Â¬ THuteRExpIaliicd The HoBvysilcnry Wattersoo of Kentucky new KfNew York has fal leu into he haBrfl0 the TJ orld inter Â¬ viewer andtWSjBlIowing relations are tho result r Tilden show him- Why doafj Why doesnt he sell more iop malm frinndst ttbe people and take eadors dounel within ult of his nature That is tksw tioo rinlilminn H Mr Tildeaisi ly and publio atten- nd taste for a st and rotfing and tions Hew vents to tako their prefers toal e has been called a ktf course e is not enough of a wire puller b me or for his own wiro4fullerB good ctatis are not with The p t is his own fault him to day bi He ooald hvs fisflfrai nis call if be t would certainly be most unforlu- Lnate should Congress adjourn without making a sufficient appropriation lor the prosj3cofion of the work suggested by trie Mississippi River Commt fion It j9ry Â¬ The river and harbor bill contains appropriations aggregating a considerable amount for improvements to be mado onliljpulian streams cod out of the way harbors which will be Much money of purely local ujtlity is thfitquandered every year while tho great rivers whoso improvement is of vast importance to tho whole country or at least to a large number of the Slates are put off with beggarly This should be the appropriations case no longer TJiat river and har 6or bill should be closely scrutinized and the Mississippi and Ohio rivers eeognized as of ar para- many r toiitd coma in a mo OS C wv i jmmission Sot pro savedifp redu tthey Mr Tilden rat in America 11 place he mL merce a continuously entsent indgropi IvtaJ CTT1 ihif WIS them hod Vein of the Mexican Wnr There are Fe7cril veterans of tbo Mexican war in New Orleans as well as widows And orphans of others and for Fcveral years they have kept up an organization A dramatic entertainment wa given there for their bene fit and Jefferson Davis having been invited to ha preent on the occasion has written tho following letter of dec- lination to Col Walton Beauvoir Harbison CocktyCol J B Wal- Miss MAy 5 1880 Association of Veter ton President ans Dear Sir I have received your kind letter of the 3d inst and regret that circumstances will prevent mo from being with you on 30lh inst aa invited No one can feel more sensi Â¬ bly than I the sacred object for which the association is to meet on that occa- Â¬ sion The small remnant of lhos who bore the flag of the United States victoriously on so many battle fictlds in Mexico if they may not be felt as a political power should at leastfbo regarded with gratitude byjthose who sire enjoying the harvest of the deeds dona by thoso whom this small rem- nantnow represents Time and tho trials then encountored will account fqr tho helplessness of those of that remnant who are dependentupon daily labor for bread and it is n burning shamo that tho Government whose ex- Â¬ panded territory aud augmented wealth Â¬ - t 4 -- j a is so matnl 3- - wo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- A -- -- - Children CRY Pitches s Justices Police and Quarterly court Another good act and oue which will be gladly welcomed by the officials of the State is the extension of two years time to clerks and sheriffs on uCfourits not over five years standing to desirain for taxes and fee bills and tho sheriffs will bo specially glad that an act Ins bcenpassed requiring par ties sending process to other couoties to accompany it with the fee for serv ing it Attorneys cannot object to the new law allowing both parties in a civil action to file affidavits on motion for changq of venue The transler of 3250JOOO a surplus from the linking lund tb the general fund of the Stale trcadury will greatly aid tho financial and the credit of the Commonwealth authority to borrow money in cases of deficiency from the sinking fund or cny other source will prevent the suspension of treasury payments in the future Tho wisest act of the session was tho reduction of the per capita paid to the lunatic asylums for ciriug for patients from S20U down to 105 per annum being a gross yearly saving of about 840000 to the StateThe State expenses have been further reduced by an act requiring all harmess idiots to be returned to the counties from which thpy were originally sent to the asy Â¬ nd S75 will be paid out of tho lum treasury fur their annual support in Â¬ stead of paying under thu amended asylum law S1G5 yearly The farmer have been proteeted by an act requiring thoinspectjon ocom mercial fertilizers before they afa al lowed to be placed on the market Tho whole court system has been remodeled by the forming of eighteen Circuit cour districts and abolishing all tho Common Pleas and Criminal courts escept four Ai serablv will hereafter meet ou the fourth Monday in November and by such change of dale hold over Christmas and draw salaries for tho holidays It is now a misdemeanor to uso abn vjve langu ige toward anv one and the boys should be careful how they use Â¬ good boating - Â¬ - 1 ttjnral -- Â¬ V m Courier Journjil Â¬ Â¬ r -- i Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Courinr-Jour-na- Â¬ Â¬ V Conrier-Jojv-n- al Â¬ Â¬ m- - - jiiWHIHIMr -- Â¬ i tIIil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lr Â¬ Â¬ iut 1 1 Â¬ I J I K X 1 5Mx1rren3a WLani 1S nrra g --- -i m b hS tUELlSHED EVERT FRIDAT BT C49 i 9 s t iu We LlUe Sir fr J J s s g g r 1 In 11 I The second pliaze of the fight over tho county seat removal question of tho adjoining county of Ballard has wo understand assumed shapo The Blandvillians have run an injunction on the officials of tho county to prevent the removal of their offices to Wickliffo allegiug fraud in the vote by which the queMion was decided In explanation ol the aecuatiun it hould be understood that the Commissioners the County Judge County Clerk and Sheriff in counting the vote found288 --majority for removal but the sheriff relused to sign the certificate on the ground that the votes iu somcfoi the lower precLnis weAfetoo i ooro eyi imjsri nuFHtmrr tlemcnt than heretofore and iu tho courts rill not settle the mat tcr fur some time to come In tho meantime the county will be without a Courthouse and all will huffer alike by the loss which has caused this dis seuxion among the good people of Bal lard Paducah News Â¬ Â¬ o 1 8 1 i 1 1 H 3 r ills IE- - fljl DR A A FAJRIS PHASICAN AND SURGEON niCKMAN KENTUCKY bis Professional Services to the citizens of Hickman and vicinity g THE HICKMAN COURIER for lc Tlllentte Better 27te WASHINGTON LETTER Present Sanation in Washinaton The Crooked Ways and Means of Kellogg holds his seat J BnllarilN Itonc of contention All HilngsHWorliln r for Harmony cud Sncccsi The Courier Journal announce by MICEHAN i KENTUCKT authority that tho Tildenites will not Office Ilclnzc Buildinp Clinton Street urge the Kentucky sAo Democratic fhe Olatst Newspaper in Western Kentucky Convention to iustrurst for Tilden Mr Watterson sbvb that he is authorized George by Mr Tilden himso to say that an instructed delegation is not dasiied Subscription 2 from Kentucky or any other State Of Krice Mr Tildens attitude in Jhe contest for MAY 21 1880 FRIDAY the nomination tho Courier Journal EORl WJL1HSE3T a vommutee From our Regular Correspondent Warreu Eilitor of Blaine added three States to bis eglBtglookns if inDins horse would not accept the Presidency for a second term if it was tendered him on a silver Mr Haves aonoaoces that he plotter The Mississippi State Board Health haa ordered a of quarantine to be established at the port of Pescagoula against vessels from infected ports wr i A Grain Congress is to be one of the features of the Millers Convention in Cincinnati The Boards of Trade all over the country are requested to send delegates and also sampleBof all kinds of grain There was a public meeting in Wash ington last week in the interest of Sunday observance Justice Strong presided and President Hajes and a number of Congressmen had Eeats on the platform Â¬ The Field Virginia men claim tho vote of while others say it will be divided between Bayard Seymour and Field The recent minority opinion of Mr Field has given him a strong hold on Virgiuia The State Democratic conventions yet to be held this month are as fol Kansas 26th Illinois 28th In June South Carolina 1st Arkan ess 2d Alabama 2d Tennessee 8th Indiana 9th North Carolina 17tb Mississippi 22nd lows Democrats one hears con stant expressions of regret that Grant will probably be unable to get the Res publican nomination for President They think his nomination assures tie election of their candidate and wc think they ere right in that AMONG Â¬ Toe Courier Journal of tho 15th contained the names of seventy sir saloon keepers who have been indicted for violation of the Sunday law The names as reported by the policemen are about one third mis spoiled and some of the parties czpeet to go free on the ground that the manner in which their names aro spelledjdoes not identify them The National Board of Health at its recent session in Washington adopted a reeolation urging the im Â¬ portance of properly vaccinating Eu ropean immigrants who may arrive at ports of the United States in order to prevent the introduction of smallpox and other diseases in the several States and directing the Executive Commit tee to ascertain from the quarantine authorities where immigrants arrive to what extent such vaccinations are tnado Speaking of tho wisdom of the State Board of Hoalth in deciding to work with the National Board a wellknown Louimllo phyeician says They could Lardly have done otherwise than the If an epi plan of action agreed upon demic should occur the niggarly amount of money appropriated by the Legi Iaturc would not effect anything and by acting in unison with the Na lional Board of Health all the money necessary can be had Irom tie Nation- Wp f the inducements oJ JILLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLP TCiVR rt of flealth to have tat ate and local boards consult them is that they are able to help financially on statement from each State or local Loari that they are not able to help themselves Â¬ iMMMMMgfcl jlBHit- The House of Representatives on Saturday passed a resolution fixing May 31 as the day of adjournment Tlsis resolution met with earnest oppo sition from the Democratic leaders Iut a number went ever to the enemy and the Republicans were successful by a vote of one hundred and twenty one to ninety This is sicniGcant indicating as it doe a defeat of til attempts to reform the tariff luws at this- session of Congress The negative vote included eight Republicans from Indiana Iili rois Kaoai jMiunosota Colorado and Nevada These eight men with fifteen Northern Democrats constituted with the sixty seven Southern Democrats the strength of the rovenuo reformers The opposition to such a reform eatno lrom the North principally though the ftitire South Carolina delegation two Representatives from Louisiuua and tour from Missouri were induced to follow GirSeld in his attempts to per potuatc tho wroog rather than to join vith Tucker Morrison and Carlisle in their efforts to reduce taxation - The Arijourumeiit of CongieHS In 1818 Record Philadelphi General Lewis Cais was the Democrat and Mr io candidate for President Tildcn led the barnburner forces of Martin Van Buren and defeated Gon Cass History is being repented by John Kclloy Wasiusotox May 16 188U The subject that is discussed in hotel lobbies and on tho streets in Washing ton is not political and the coming event is not a Presidential nomination It is a rowing match Two vulgar muscular sports are to have a boat race on the Potomac Their photographs ore in all thewindows The daily says He is ready to give nlaee tor and will papers print interviews with them and Mi unglr bSStpsJPrtiIy support iruonisuuv r in a party may select as its standard bearer and he has not consult- less daily existence No names occupy ed bis wishes and withdrawn himself a greater acreage on the glowing scroll from a position which is most irksome to him solely because he has not been able to of a contemporary famo than Hanlan and Courtney who can pull fiimy usescfe that his retirement would contribute anything to the development of what is less paper shells weighing thirty five best to be done or to the operation of pounds faster than any other oarman harmonious influences within he party who has squandered muicle on this he loves so well nnd has served to lone That puny muBt fix his relation to it It means ot gambling On yesterday the Committee of Ways must not consider his person at all that is nothing and he charges his friends and Means voted to adjourn on the last everywhere to abstain from everything day of May and if their action shall which may be construed into dictation be ratified by the House there will re lie would have no delegate to Cincinnati instructed to vote for him Delegates main but fourteen more working days This should be left free to decide how they in this Congressional session shall vote after they get there and what- resolution may be understood as pro ever the result may be be shall be con- viding for the passage of the regular tent conscious of having from first to appropriation bills with the intention last done his whole duty by his country ol allowing tho hundreds of other bilU and his party that have been presented some of them This programme of Mr Tildon is involving much needed legislation to magnanimous eelf sacrificing and pa- go by the board It would necesnarily triotic and will strengthen him before require tho abandonment of all tariff the national Democracy The Tilden legislation including that of the much oecded reduction of duty on material supporters heretofore have assumed for the manufacture of paper This a spirit of dictation tho air that the Congress has shown itself ready on party was absolutely dependent upon more than ona occasion to pass a mod Â¬ Mr Tilden In this Courier Journal erate bill of tariff reform but the announcement Mr Tilden commands Committee of Ways that are dark and Means that are denpiaable has success his adherents to a liberal spirit and fully frustrated the House in its effort policy which means that the harmony to improve the tariff duriog six months unity and success of the party are to of this uneventful session and it now bo held paramount to the claims of Mr wiahet to force an adjournment seeing Tilden or any other candidate We that Congress is disponed to act with out the Committee Tho Committee like Uncle Samuel much better for it argues that if the cession continues beyond the assembling of the Presi- Â¬ Denver May 14th It is learned dential conventions Congress will rethat a powerful secret organization has been formed with head quarters in this solve itself into a stump speech pande- Â¬ city whose object is to go to the Utes monium though it is difficult to under reservation io pro pect without wailing stand how Congress can resolve itself Congressional action The society has into a condition that characterizes it already one hundred and fifty mem- Â¬ now and has characterized it since its bers including several Denver citizens earlier and so called better days each member being compelled to arm Thee better days of Congroas was a and equip himself for military ecrvice period before it was subjected to the They intended to go Wlirorigh the Gun fierce light thrown from the pages of nifon and the Eagle river to the Rio six ihousand newspapers In tho Senate the week has been Grande and unless protection is af-Â¬ forded by the Government they will chiefly taken up with a discussion ot tho Kellogg Spofford cae in which engage in war against the Utes Senators Hill and Hampton have made conspicuous speeches on opposite sides no WillMlrnxrn It is quite evident now that Kellogg ii From the St Louis Republican The events of the last few days in secure for at least the remainder of Illinois have taught the opponents ot this session snd probably for the full senatorial term General Grant one lesson at least that he is not to be pelted off the track Memphis by turf and other romantic miesilos Memphis Tenn May 15 A tele Â¬ Three months ago it was imagined that gram from Jackson Tenn says that ho would not make an effort for the the Supreme Court this morning in a nomination ho would accept it only decision decided that if it were all but unanimously offered triot government is the the TaxingofDm successor the him and Mr SecretarySberman sot to city of Memphis and therefore liable work to break the apparent unanimity for its which then existed lor him But the labus contracts Judge Coopers syl opinion in the case is as follows Secretary failed The scramble which Where the cor- Â¬ charter of a he forced his antagonist into only poration is repealed and municipal tho same peo proved that his antagonist could scram- pie and same territory is reincorporated ble better than himself Then Mr under a new name although with dif Blaine went into tho work with the ferent powers and different officers a intent to make it so hot that tho ex uit pending against the at President would be forced to retire the date of the repeal corporation jnay be revived He did make it hot indeed but the against the new corporation ex President did not retire he is there yet and it looks as though he intend Call for a Democratic State A dig ed to stay till tho play is out Iomeutlon psteh from a prominent Grant mau ib To the Democracy of tfentucky Chicago to a friend in Washington At a meeting of the State Execus says Dont be alarmed by tho re tivo Committee held at Frankfort ports from here We are all right Maroh 4 1S80 the following resoluand the fight for Grant ban just begun tions were adopted and a Washington dispatch to a Phil Resolved That a Democratic State The leaders of convention to appoint delegates to the adelphia pdper says the Grant movement say that Genertl National Democratic convention to Grant cannot withdraw himself that meet in Cincinnati June 22 1880 and they will not allow him to withdraw also to select Stuts Electors be and is even ii he should like to do so that hereby called to meet in Lexington on he is devoted to the interest of hi Thursday June 17tb 1880 at 12 friends and it is due to them that he oclock And the ex remain a oandidate Resolved That in accordance with President himself is quoted as having tho action of the last State convention recently said My enemies cannot force prescribing that county meetings to me from the field appoint delegates to State conventions This seems to settle the question shall be held on the samo day through ine cx rresjuenr is running ihis race out the State wc hereby appoint Sats for all there is in him and ho intends uruay June utb as the day on which to see it through to the end the Democracy slmll meet at their re fpectivc couuly seats for that purpose toicie Samuel on Wall Street The county committees are requested New York Graphic to givo due notice and to name the Mr SmJ J Tilden visited tho office hour at which the meetiogs will be of August Belmont in Nassau street held In selecting delegates it is re- Â¬ this morning and tho appearance of commended that tho new rule of one the venerable geutleman was thought for each two hundred votes cast for to be an ovont of importance As soon Blackburn aud one for every fraction as tho news spread that he was in the of onn hundred and over be observed offico a largo crowd gathered and re Â¬ J STODDARD JOHNSTON Chn mained waitipg for nearly an hour J W Tate Secy anxious to get a peep at the sage of Tho steps of the Griniercy Park The Approaching Census Third and Fourth National Banks and In three weeks the work of Inking sidewalks were impassable and the the census will begin and by the law paisagewv Jeading to Mr Belmonts it must be completed in thirty days office was alsp beciged so that three The portion of the work or a statistical police offircrs had to bo called in to character touching wealth manufac yhen Mr JU turing and agricultural industries min cloar the passageway den left the office ho trust with a rouud ing eto is to some extent in the hands of cheers mingled with groaps but tho of experts who have already commenc Â¬ veteran candidate did not appear to bo ed their operations The census ol disturbed oopulation is of course one of the important features of the work Chief Justice Church of the New not because of the effect upon tho mainly York Court of Appeal died at Albion representation of tho States in Con Â¬ New York ou Friday last gress ana General Walker has signi Tho number of Democratic papers tied his intention to make it as accu Enumerators are be in favor of the nomination of Judge rate as possible Field is increasing He would be a looted without regard to politics and strong candidate and might carry Cali Â¬ women aro eligible for the position It is important that the enumerators fornia and Oregon shall be fully qualified for the work TwoBignsofa great business rovis as it is necessary for them to be very The people val aro worth nothing One is the un watchful and thorough paraleledEuropcan immigration to the are expected to co operate by furnish- Â¬ country and tho other the advance in ing every facility to tho enumerators price of real estate The most cau to acquire the necessary information tious capitalists now recognize the Every person over twenty one years of healthy boom in real estate and sec in age is required by law to givo such in- Â¬ it one of the surest evidences of the formation whon requested and if ho or she refuses a fiuc is tho penally stability of our prosperity 1- iJSt -i- -l ir2j - 5wwcr From the Cliuton Democrat Mr David Moss died at 3 oclock KILT SCIIItOEUEIC Tuesday at the residence of Milton 111 Spillman this county He had been FASHIONABLE a sufferer for many months from con- Â¬ SHOE MAKER BOOT AN sumption of which disease he died IlelntI Senior In Prof T N Wells has tendered to SHOP North West corner of Moscow the Board of Trustees of Clinton Col md Troy Aveuues Eal Hickmin Ky lege his refignation as President of MxMpmnm Satisfaction guaranteed that Institution to lake effect at tho may9 ly Keeps in slock at all times fresh and close of the present session The Pro choice Gioceries Provisions Canned and Tensor will go to California Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov At noon last Sunday Elder A Shoe Hes of Columbus united in the holy niCKMAN KENTUCKY tie of wedlock Mr Robert W Moore Ladies and Gents boots nnd shoes made In- Â¬ and Miss Florence Wells Mr Moore to orJor nnd in the latest fashion he joo of Col John T Moore a visible patches put on wheib last longer than when sewed All ask is a trial aAjgIs alljcinds of staple and fancy Hlrhmnn County Notes goot and Jhdcmate F fe New He w 23ew F E OASE Staple and Fancv srsoc J Soot and H F Fethe Dr J N Out ten Sinker OfSce over Holcombeadrng store Eea idence Moulton st near Court House J W ROGERS anl Conreclioneries W T Hummer OfEce II D siro Mis4Vellu Â¬ -- lovclv and accom plished daughter of President T N Wells of Clinton College some UHUli lluui lu Cliy 1JSUS2iEWjr rFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SER- Vy vices to the ctt lie ii a et jiicrraajjMiiteaaMy feb7 79 Will be pleised to ace his old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see Quick Sales and Small Profits us Wont be undersold fjan4tf ffffrotfMBPBBHBBHBK Sale and Livery Stable mchTTPjT Â¬ Failure of the tin una Wheat Dr Crop Topcka Special to Chicago Tribune 16th Governor St John returned to day B WmKENTUCKYPlummer STREET constantly KEEPS sale HORSES Gen JohnNtons Welcome Nashville American Â¬ Â¬ Tho reception accorded Gen Jos eph E Johnston yesterday was the pontaneous earnest affection of a citii zen soldiery for the companion of their victories their misfortunes their pov- Â¬ erty and their patient endurance and toil He was with them in defeat with them in victory with them io camp and on march in trench or on -- Â¬ Â¬ He was with them when the star of endeavor went out and the light He was with them as of hope waned they gathered themselves out of the ashca of despair and addressed them to new hope and new endeavor He toiled with them for daily bread aud he has known all they have known tried all they have tried endured all they have endured To day he is with them when they are hopeful patriotic citizens of tho great republic and be cause he has been with aud is of them because he is a broad liberal earnest man with a knowledge of changed conditions and because like the peo pie who followed him he has leit the past behind him they welcome him with a welcome uoh as the glory wor shipping followers of Napoleon never gave their chieftain Colums could not describe the Wol come tried and trusty friend tested in all vicissitudes and ttue in all field A from a weeks trip through Grove Wal- Â¬ lace Trego and Ellis counties on tie line of the Union Pacific railroad where he went to investigate the extent of the drought and probible amount of suffering incident thereto He found the country very dry and many of the peoplo in a state of destitution The wheat crop is au entire failure and the earth is without a drop of moisture in it no rain having fallen since the 11th of laxt November About 300 000 pounds of bread and wheat have been shipped to the sufferers within the last few weeks purchased with money sub Â¬ scribed by Jay Gould who is anxious to protect the settlers along the line of his road The raliroad company is furnishing employment to many of the farmer and doing much to alleviate on nand for hire V O BUGGIES and HACKS Thankful for patronage heretofore ex tended him ho solicits a continuance of same Family Groceries space to name trouble to show Come and see at and Moscow Avenue jan25 all articles but no goods DIESTELBRINK DBUTIST A M PAXtKEK the corner of Troy East Hickman Ky Office WARNERMEACHAMS MEALS AT ALL HOURS ONLY 25c Oysters and all kinds of Confectioneries always to be had d2078 ly RESTAJTRANT Family Grocery and KEEPS Flour R M METHEN Y Coffeo artistic manner in new addition to Laclede- - Hotel ALL operotions performed in the most Special attention gives children teeth to the regulation of Lard Bacon c to be HICKMAN KENTUCKY Having no partner found in Hickman to divide profits with wI sell goods the ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper G- entrusted to their care CTie and see for Ground and Roasted Office Millet Block yourself 5Ceuntry produce of all kinds taken JUST RECEIVED RUTTERICKS marl 5 Report of latest Fall nnd Winter in exchange for goods or Cash GORMAN CO Knsliions and a large lot of samples of the distress BZOTTSIE trench hnglish an Qermmi goods LOUISVILLE KY Oonilemen are invited to call and ex TnE California Workingmens Con DEALERS IJT sepl26 r S BEING ENTIRELY REFITTED AND vention declared Thurman their first Refurnished STOVES choice PRICES REDUCED Full board nnd Large Handsomely-furnishe- d Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work The boy with his first watch mani Â¬ A GOOD FARM 130 acres cleared 100 rooms S3 per day Good workmen employ Â¬ and Repairing fests an uncontrolable desire to note J W ALMY Manaser ed nnd the best of material used novl5 4w jyll acres good whcatlnnd and 160 acres the exact second at which he meets in wholo tract tolerable improvement 7 miles from Hickman on the Hickman every person upon the street and Moscow road I will rent or sell but A paper in the neighborhood of Ro Â¬ prefer selling ORICINAL AND ONLY CENUINE For lenns and price apply to chester N Y advertises a church F M DAVIE apl J3 3m pew for sale commanding a beautiful I view of nearly the whole congregation Provision Store Sugar the best H A Molas Â¬ ikttorneys at Iiawy E T Tyler Merchant Tailor 1 Jolin Griffin G HiT J W For 3ent or Sale TINWARE NICHOLSSHEPARD An earthquake shock was felt in many towns iu E sex and one or two places in Mrdesbx county this morning between 7 30 and Boston Jl ay 19 ilInisnchiiNetls Earthquake 745 At Haverhill and Newburyport an explosion was heard the air vibra led the earth trembled houses rocked people were swayed to and fro crock cry was shaken and other signs ol subteranean disturbance were noticed The shgck continued for about five seconds and in many towns long dis tances apart people ran out of their houses supposing an explosion had taken place near by SnNBUur Pa May 15 The ncene at Milton this morniug beggars de scription Nothing remiins except the black and desolate ruins of a once pros perous town Tho people spent at night io houses loft of the Nail works and Planing mill Number of build ings destroyed 66G The vaults and books ot the banks are uninjured The people of the towo are almost desProvisions have been pouring titute into the town from tho surrounding The body of a man burned country has been identified as that of Mr Ho was eighty five years old Angey and was attempting to save theatable of tho poor house Mrs Sticker died during the night from fright The fire originated from sparks from the sawmill attached to the car works Â¬ Â¬ Tho itlilloii Fire Â¬ The Rocheler Express tells of a person who was born married and buried on the same day Wo never hcjud of any persou being married as youug as that Whenever I see a real hanum wo- Â¬ man engaged io the wimins rights biz ziueis I am going to take off my hat andjine the processhun See it I dont Josh Billings Responsible partiein Ballard coun ty propose to build and furnish a court house and clerks offices and erect a county jail at Wickliffe- - free of cost to the couoty This is done iu consideration of tho removal of the county seat from Blandville The change will give the county seat tele- Â¬ graphic communication with the world The Vioksburg Miss Herald in the course of a strong appeal for Bay ard averts that he will get the votes ol the Independent Republicans of Mas sachusetts the Scratehera of New York nnd the honest money men in all the doubtful Stale and that hi noininaiiou will be an act of purest statesmanship and ensure Democratic success A little six year old girl in Breck- Â¬ inridge county while crossing a stream on a foot log fell into the water but she had in her Land a eoely covered tin bucket which he clanped close to her breast and which buoyed her up while tho current swept her down stream for a considerable distance finally she lodged against a drift of logs and escaped by crawling out over them C L HANDLE A 1 -- ATTORNEY LAW Collector Real Estate Agent HICKMAN KY Will attend promptly to nllbusi ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention given to the tnveatiga tion of Land titles and the purchase ana gale of Real Estate fjanStf ggf THE STANDARD of eicellenco thmgluna a Gmvu2iasxnq World MATCHLESS for Cnua Sxriiur Timo SaTinc Par feet Cleaning ltaptd and Tkorotrjh Mori INCOMPARABLE in Oasrof listeria PrrftcHan of Farts Thorough Wcrkmicslup ElegcuiX Ymrb and Bxitry of Model MARVELOUS for rattly nperior work fa oO Vmr of Gram and tminrmUj fcnor n as tim only successful llilesJSET nr Max Tlmotfcm ClOTer- - untt ill other HocJs T i AStonlSmrrSY DuraniO ana iconaerria y n xptevsmg less man uau ice nam gears aaa dcus PORTABLE TRACTION and STRAW BURNING STEAM ENCINCSinth special features of Power Durability Safety Economy and Becty entirely nntnown in other m tps Steam Power Outfits and Steam -- Power Separators a apecialty Poor rfzesof Separators tasa ex to twelve horse power also two styles Improved Mounted Horse Powers - COMSsXSsbSM Threshing Machinery and Portable and Traction Engines IJJttfMiEl tt Thrv Twn Yeant nt Prmiwrnun nnrt Continuous Business br this hootemthegt crarra THE 2TOOI HE NICEsT C0XFECTIGKERIE3 CANDIES FRUITS CANNED FRUITS NUTS R A IS ENS c OrSTERS SARDINES CIDER bacco to be found in Hickman at BENNY MoINTOSHS Clinton St next door to S N Whites guarantee for superior sjoods and nonoraSle Haim If Aa lronderlu meeess and popularity of tiaaATux Mxtuery nma arirra ouieri SW1I A Un W Ito th wanoaraence Tarloai makers are now atteniDt- Inc to bond and cala off laftrlor aad mongrel imltatlona of PAIITinl pt If yon boy 7 raeli experimental and vortUessMmacMaery j L the OHfiinal and th Genuine from us fall particulars cail on oar dealers cr urita Xrco CireaUrm to vMca its mail for Ulttttratcd Ains CO Battlo Creek Mich ICH0LS SHEPABQ BE NOT DECEIVED T CFor tBpjHSIsBBWMcapp v3BBZKKENim t Also the best brands Cigars and To- Â¬ HICKMAN WHAEFBOAT o 3E1 3CB John J Young Produce Live Stock eto Co Proprs may9 79 RIVER OF THE SAFEST O HBConsignments prompt AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATSall ON THE Country Solicited kinds of Special and attention gtron to the shipment of ON I WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE reasonable terms lyiag one fourth of mile outh west of the Court House in the town of Hickman embracing about FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF of land nearly all under fence LARGE COMMODIOUS ACRES with a DWELLING o REFITTED REFURNISHED ENLARGED good Cistern and Stables young bearing THIS nOUSE HAS BEES RECENTLY Convenient to river nnd railroad nnd attentive thoroughly renovated selected fruit good Garden Orchard of in this section spot and good lots of never failing water watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels W 79 aj9 for Stock For terms apply to the under Â¬ signed or T M French C F C C B R WALKER ja30 8O HSOKSffiAIT KESTTTJCKTr J TWWER Propr Â¬ S66 R week in yourown town Terms and 55 outfit free Address II Co Portland Maine The Dullness of the Country Hallett ap30 Colonel Tom Ochiltree of Texas says General Grant can carry five or But Tom is the six Southern States man who during the war while on furlough related to a young lady in Texas the particulars of tho death of ceanio canal code messages in tele- Â¬ her brother who belonged to tho samo graphy the delenseloss condition ol regiment Are you Tom Ochiltree Now York harbor the successful re- asked the youug lady Yes said sumption of specie payment the gen Â¬ Tom Thatik heaven then was her eral revival of trade and industry and reply my brother lives 1111 A HOLCOMB fif The twenty second annual report of the New York Chamber of Commerce is just published and it is a document of very great value It touches upon the De Lesseps Echcmo for an intero Commissioners Notice Geo B Geo j-- Â¬ the great immigration into the country -- pal branches oTlradelronriryaSW rh eajrest Newspaper in terestiug part of the report and tho fact is emphasized that the United States has taken rank as the great food produciug nation of the world felioc in Japan One of the most striking sights that takes the attention of the traveler in Japan is that of the wooden sandals worn by tho 35000000 of people These 6andals have a eeparate comparts ment for the great toe and make a clacking noiso on the streets Straw slippers are also worn and a traveler setting out on a journey will strap a suppiy of them on his baok that be may put ona new pair when the old is They cost but a cent and a worn out half a pair- They are rights and lefts aud leave the foot frco to the air we never see thoe deformities in Japan which are so frequent in this country They are never worn in tho Hou e being left outsido the door passing down the street you see loog rows ot them at the doors old and new largo and small It is mrpri ing to see how quick the Japs step out of them and pick thorn up again with their feet without stopping whon leaving the the South Weekly American NASHVILLE OSE DOLLtK FOR A YEAR itor8 defendants Notice is hereby given to the croditors of Geo B Prather deceased I hit the un- Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend- at the County Court Clerks office in HicknanKy from the date hereof until the 4lh Monday of July1880 to receive and hear proof of citims against said decedent and that all claim not presanted to him and proven as required by law within the timo specified above will be forever birred JNO A WILSON Master Corarar Fulton Circuit Court march 1 18S0 - FULTON CIRCUIT COURT Prathers admr pltiff against Equity B Prathers heirs and cred- - J Â¬ The next Presidential election wilt 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 bo thoronghly dis Â¬ cussed in the present session of Con gress It is our dosiro And our purpose so far as we can conlributo to that end that every citizen shall be fully informed upon all these questions of such vast mo- Â¬ ment Is our national government to be Is henceforth an imperial despotism Are the bayonet to rule the bnllot the rights of the Slates expressly re Â¬ to yield to served in the Constitution Shall arrogant centralized dictation and imperious pirty leaders under I he cry of Liberty rob the citizens of liberty Shall Mammon be the only deity who shall he acknowledged as having divine Shall lnbar be deprived of its rights In order to bring it within just rewards the means of every man mechanic far- Â¬ mer aud laborer in nil vocations even in thete hard limes to inform himself what political parties are proposing we havo reduced the terms of the Weekly Ameri houso can lb ONE DOLLAR a year For six months 75 cents Three mouths 40 cents The two booms which are growing Tho real value of the paper will not bo in importance aro the Bayard boom decreased with reduelion of price but which has had new life nnd vior in will be vaBlly increased in proportion to fused by tho movement in Massachu price THE AMERICAN Address eett- - and tho bield boom which has Nashville Tenn in Indiana The general dispo- Â¬ set up We have a speedy and positive Cure for sition however to await the actiou of tho Renublican Convention renders it Catarrh Diptberia Canker Moulh and idlo to spcculato upon tho probabilities Headache in SIIILOIIS CATARRH KESI with Hnv A nasal It is quite evident that botllc Use it if iniector freehealth each at Cincinnati you desire and Bayard a 1801 spceou had no effoot sweet breath Prioo 50ets Sold by linck in Massachusetts lowgiu mclcman ivy Â¬ Â¬ Commissioners N Jftfoticc V heirs and credit- - J ors defendants Notice is hereby gi7en to the creditors of N P Harness deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of the Fultoi Circuit Court under au order in tin above styled ciuse will attend nt the County Court Clerks office in Hickmin Ky from tho date hereof until the fourth Monday of July 1880 to receive nnd hear proof of claims against said decedent nnd that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by lair within toe timo specified above will be forever JNO A WILSON barred Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court match 1 180 N P Harness FULTON CIRCUIT COURT P Harness admr plaintiff I against Equity DBUGS AND HICKMlSr ONDURANT DEALERS MEDICINES KENTUCKY Paints Oils and Dye Stuffs REWRT IN ALL KINDS OF Agricultural Implements AS WALTER A SPECIAL AUEXTS FOR MACHINES ALSO Commissioners Notice W y Equity ngiiiust W II n Hawkins heirs andU creditors defendants Notice is hereby given to tho croditors of W H II Hawkins dece wed that the undersigned Commissioner of tho Fulton Oircuit Court under an order in the above styled ciuse will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hsrsof until the 4th Monday of July 1880 to receive nnd hear proof of claims against slid decedent and that all claims not presented to him nnd proven as lequired by law within tho time specified above will ba forever bar Â¬ red JNO A WILSON Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court march 1 18KQ WOODS HARVESTING GAAR AGENTS FOR FULTON CIRCUIT COURT II II Hawkins admr pltiff SCOTT GOS THRESHERS EST Keeps on hand repairs for sime flERTWKCK BALTZBR MANUFACTURERS OP COMPACT W A STEEL PLOWS O-- AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS O 3ST s 3 JBEXCJBZJ3UEAJX HL WWlP8aB8iPSwwW Jp gtff6v-fa- - 4 V - H- 1j v jsrv- - 4sddfeg3sli SBita8feaDfii4MiS trSSs8 - THE PKMAN COURIER MAY 21 FRIDAY 1SS0 Local Hems Bg5Sliort commnntcattons en public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres- Â¬ pondents except where wc refuse to give name of author Dr Gober left Hickmuo Tuesday last for Frankfort to assume the duties of bis position as physician to the peni Â¬ tentiary W ROGERS keeps the bes Soap in town 75 cents a box Give him n trial J The Union City Chronicle favor Swiggart for Judge and Dr J D Harrison for Representative in tbo next Legis lature Chas D Tresenrilsr editor of the Lake County Star passed through the city Â¬ affords us pleasure to bo aulhoriied to announce Henry Davis Esq as a candi Â¬ He has served as Magis date for sheriff trale in this county a good many years is well posted in county affairs well ca Â¬ pacitated for the dutios of the position nnd we believe if elected will make a pood and efficient officer Wo cordially commend him to tho people of the county So far he has no opposition An effort is being made to establish a bank at Fulton and inducements are being offered to get A M Boyd to lead and become the president with Levi Ed dings as cashier The Times thinks it would pay 15 to 20 per cent to the stockholders Fultou is a live growing active business plnce but what any average newspaper fellow knotvs about probable bank dividends is the point that staggers us CRAZY 1 CRAZY III CRAZY It Â¬ Henry Davis for Sheriff It There are evidence of very peneral and substantial improvements springing up all over Hickman To say nothing of private improvements we may mention that the wagon factory is doubling its capacity and their dismantled former factory building is rapidlv assuming the appearance of a new building with the room just about doubled Also tho buildings of tho Hickman Lumber and Manufacturing Company are about completod and the machinory for their manufacturing department will com- Â¬ mence being placed next Monday and in about two weeks will be under full head way Also we may say that the machinery for Powell Bros new manufacturing concern will arrive about the 1st of July and will at once be put iu place This latter concern we are confident will provo a valuable auxiliary to the indus- Â¬ try and trade interests of Hickman HOW LOST HOW REST0R3D HP Â¬ A 3ir diy YES S ZJ 4 rarcwell dear Pastor of our nonls farewell I Wednesday morning en route to the Ccn Are certainly crazy Trade is getting What it liath cot to Bar this none can tell nd were thy Tcry own dull yet they iay in more stock every day Oar joys mar sorrowaseed thou hath BOwn be tho Fruitful Atrol package of BLACK DRAUGHT Tboy pay high wages to their clerks high Thou liad no caro for aught ave for thy fold free of charge at rent nnd still they sell as cheap as the What thou hut done for them remains untold Nor will It ever be known or record given Bees Cowgiix cheapest and their sales increase every Of hearts that thou hath cheered and shown to heaTen CIn N Walker of the Fulton Ful day They have everything in their Hue And now we hope when other face aro mot tonian has lately become the husband of a from the finest sugar and coffee down to a It will not crowd out ours Tou will not forget once wo people and jour care Hereafter they will keep ail That Bometiinos were your us pitiful and actomplished young lady of peanut And lliluL of and say prajer is tne best equi kinds of earthenware ox bows andovery Paducah 2tet Toa pleasant line it being tu vw w can call Tor Also tiling else tlie public The iW trnposes a penalty of S3 up GEEAT CENTRAL SHORT A rich man who is troubled to know five different brands of Oil Kinslow and STEAOALA CO Lines to Fathsr Feshan JUSF PUBLISHED a new edition of Dr Culvfrwells Cklkukates Essav on the rirf- icai cure without medicine of Spermator rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Impotcucy Mental and Physical Incapacity Impedimcnls to Mar- Â¬ riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy and fits induced by self indulgence or c sexual extravagance Tho celebrated author in this admir Â¬ able Essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty years successful practice that the alarming consequences of self nbuse may be radically cured without tho dangerous use of internal medicine or the applica- Â¬ tion of the knife pointing out a mode of cure at once simple certain and effectual by means of which every sufferer no mat Â¬ ter what his condition may be may cure himself cheapley privately and radically CSf This Lecture should bo in the hands of every youth and every man in the land Sent under seal in a plain envelope t any address pott paid on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps Addross the Publishers THE CULVER WELL MEDICAL CO 41 Ann St New York P O Box 45S6 t w ikXj S i LAND WHERE LOCATED GO TO THE An Ordinance Policeman Be it enacted by theCily Council of the City of Hickman Sec 1 That the mayor he directed to appoint a policeman as is authorized by sec 1 art 4 of the city charter nnd the compensation of said po- Â¬ liceman is hereby fixed at 25 per cont DKUG STORE or with cojt before that Tho following Lands and Town Lois will be sold for Taxes due for the years 1S78 and 187 on Monday tho 14th day of June 1880 unless tho same is paid Wwl I powfiui 3 PARTIES NAMES Tows Lots Located upon nil the fines imposedand collected from persons apprehended by him See This ordinance to be in fores from nnd after its passage c c 97 2 00 79 40 97 2 00 84 80 79 40 79 40 97 2 00 79 40 88 I 20 86 1 00 2 97 1 19 2 97 1 64 19 2 97 1 1 An Ordinance Wharfage PRECINCT NO 1 Martha Brown James Depoyster Mary Fleetwoods heirs Mary Kirk James Nichols William II Wricht Susan Willingham PRECINCT NO 2 65 80 10 8 Co 1 Dr Usher Alexander John Howard B A A Bushart Moore J Alexander 19 Roper J H Cayce rSi Reeves F M Shuok S 4 3 a Lookout fountain Route lens 1 I on any ono who catches kills or pursues what to do with his money should try between the Northwest and Southeast II Elaine at the head with such intent a squirrel before the the experiment of leaving it to a young is the shortest and most direct route to 4 3 F Serious Accident On last Satur- man who haf heen brought up to think the celebrated Springs and Summer re- Â¬ loth of June 220 sorts ef Virginia and East Tennessee day while some raftsmen were trying to he is oo good to work Bernard A Neale candidate for Connections are made with trains for all pass a raft of saw logs into the boom of Pullman sleepers run on all A Kentucky girl says when she dies points Commonwealth Attorney was in Hickman the Hickman Lumber and Manufacturing Through sleepers from sue desires to have tobacco planted night trains Nashvillo without change Tuesday mixing with the people and ap 160 Memphis to Company a negro man on the raft got his over her grave that the weed nourish- Â¬ Double daily connections on all through 11 peared happy and confident M G leg in tho coil of rope and his leg was cut ed by her dust 1CD may be chewed by her trains Business men and pleasure seek- Â¬ Elders W A Co3k and W Hie in two by the rope almost as quick as if 130 II H bereaved lovers Thero is poetry in ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat C F WiNon bee wilt hold a meeting at the Christian by i saw The straightening rope at the 160 tanoogo St Louis Railroad offers better G S Wilson the idea 8 Churoh to begin Sunday May 23d 1850 same time knocked the negro man and an accommodations better time and connec- John W Wingate for son Same for Susan Durham Boarding houO ehictenoup can tions than any other routo between the All are cordially invited to attend Indian by the name of Johnson into the PRECINCT NO 5 be mado it is said by hanging up a Northwest and Southeast The Indian swam out readily but OUR enterprising friend J W Rogers river W A Derington for wifo C2 hen in the run so that her shadow shnll Leave Memphis 1210 a m 820 a m Is now receiving a splendid lot of fresh it was with great difficulty the wounded William J Freeman McKenzie 415 a m 145 p m fall into a pot of salt and water The Groceries which he is offering for sale at colored man was secured A A Freeman flickuian 800 a m His leg w s Ihe very lowest prices only trouble is that on a cloudy day Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730 p m W M C Garabill by Drs Faris afterwards amputated c W S Herring 20 Leave Nashville 1010 a m 8 15 p m the oup is liable to be weak There will be do service at the Meth and Plummer Murfreesboro 1127 am 940 p m Nancy Jones dist church next Sunday the pastor J A and R W Morris Wartrace 1222 p m 1040 p m ANNOUNCEMENTS Hickman Fashions and Sttxes Murrell k Preston Rev E K Bransford being absent at Â¬ Tullahoma 113 p m 11 20 p m Every community is judged as to culti- Â¬ Co Paschal Murrell Decherd 1 45 p m 1155 pm tending the District Conference For Sheriff Preslon Bro vation and refinement to a large degree Cowan 200 p m 1210 a m We nre authorized to announce Hekrt Dave Smith 6 Stevenson 315 p m 130 a m Married Mr Jaa G Williams by the style and fashion in which the men Davis Esq as a candidate for Sheriff of H M Saunders for J E Morris Bridgeport 337 p m 200 a m of Hickman and Mrs Sadie Myers for- - and women dress A few very rich or Fulton county at the ensuing August E C Slarks for Sally Brown 160 Chattanooga 500 p m 330 a m ratrly of Hickman were married at Dix- - very eccentric individuals can afford to election PRECINCT NO 6 For information time tables and list of n Tenn on the 11th inst Success to despise the arbitrary rulings of such dic Â¬ C40 summer resorts reached by this tine call L DeMoiintcourt J W For Circuit Judge Henderson 80 Keliogg Geo W McKenzik them on or address tation but even such exceptions do 10 at Wc are authorized to announce Judge Sarah Larally 600 Act McRcnzie Our old friend Willie Gardner is an expense they themselves are not com- Â¬ W W ROBERTSON of Graves county as C P Atsioeb jr Passg Agt L M It a candidate for re election to the office of The better intelli- Â¬ W L DANLEY again associate editor of the Union City petent to estimate Memphis or Circuit Judgo in this Judicial District PRECINCT NO 3 Genl Pass Tkt AeU Nashville Tenn He is a capital fellow small gence of the best society demands polite Chroniclt 1 Sam Allen manners and polite dress and this bar- Â¬ Coratnonwcaltli Attorney cap business man and an italicised good Miry Cheatham 3 ring extremes means to keep yourself vtcaro authorized to announce ifon 1 Alf Dovin vriter 1 Frank G irdner eomewhat up to fashionable expectation W M Reed of Marshall as a candidate IF you want to make your wife and for Commonwealths Attorney in this 1 Ad Plummer children happy ge to J WROGERS and Tho ladies are generally apt scholars to District 1 Tom Warrick gtt a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cents learn this demand of society and let the Si Wiley 1 Wc are authorized to announce Mr B per can apl3t men say what they will to the contrary A Neale as a candidate for re election PRECINCT NO C 1 At Smithers Judcc Jno W Winpale bas been they have little admiration and no use to the office of Commonwealths Attorney 1 0den Smith census enumerator for this fo- the woman who is careless or indifferappointed Lem Thomss I MKTnomsT Cmukch Divine services ent as to her drss They may appreciate eonnty or census district and is to enter every Sunday 11 a si and 7 J r u upon the discharge of eaid duties on the the financial condition of a lady as a Service of Song at 9 a m proper and wise excuse for not dressing Sunday School at 9J a St 1st f June elegantly or expensively but for untidy Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7J v li 3 Rev E K Bransfobo Pastor LOWER and LOWER to St and unfashionable dressing in ladies tho C L Randle S S Supt Allkinds of Groceries hams sides c men havo no excuse The closest stingi Â¬ as cheap as the cheapest I will not be est economy preaching husband father JOHN WITTiNG underscld A or brother in Hickman will like a lady M We have received a copy of tho Ea A little better tor i Take BLACK DRAUGHT and you dncab Eiterpriie a new paper recently their preachments to the contrary is sheer i B will never le bilious intended to restrain extrava- Â¬ started in that city It is good well humbug nlwaysTJurei and never Disappoints For sale by Buck Cowoill great Pnln RoUevcr Tbo world The scarcity of local items has printed well edited and chuck full of gance for Man and Boast Cheap quick caused ye local of the Coceieb to pencil good reading We wish it success m and reliable The hardware house of R B Bre Sitae notes as to Hickman styles and fash Â¬ we say candidly that our inves Â¬ ions and Yard was entered en Monday night and de- Â¬ to a gun some pistol pocket knives and tigations lead the inevitable conclusion PITCHERS CASTOKIAisnot a sundry smaller articles were stolen The that there is marked improvement in Children grow fat K Narcotic progress in Hickman society as to dress thieves entered through a side window upon Mothers like and Physi- Â¬ O and this is specially true in regard to the Xo clue to the robbers cians recommend CASTOKIA Our reporter finds that overy ladies regulates tho Bowels cures H ICE ICE ICE maker in Hickmiu has orders to WC havo just received a nice selection mantua Wind Colic allays Feverfcihncss Choice Lake Ice as cheap as the make dresses c weeks in advance of of Ladies Misses and Childrens fancy cheapest at WEIMEAS ability to supply and a good per centage colored and silk embroidered Hose all nnd destroys Worms tea of these outfits are more than ordinarily first quality Call and examine before Business Partner Wanted I A young lady attache of one buying The Hickman Coueies newspaper and cxpsuxive H o W day at home Samples Kffl60npcr aprl9 2m m J AMBERQS SONS steam job office is offered for sale or one of there establishments may next week AddrCBg Sns wortfa fre H- half interest in same will be sold to a good give us a complete list of the ladies now aplSO Co Portland Maine H eov having fine dresses made with description A Word to the Wise Sufficient local writer or job printer Good refer- Â¬ ei To the Citizens of Hickman and Vicinity c of ouch ences required and none others need of material style fashion 0 The millinery establishments have been Several of you nre indebted to me on in- Â¬ p apply equally as busy though in this department dividual accounts the city authorities ft Sundaj next Feast of the Blessed the rush is somewhat abated The ladies saw fit to make me pay city tax for you HICKMAN UOtRIKB MTMCE on ray settlement and some owe me fines Trinity the services at the Catholic who have appeared on the streets or in Friday May 21 18SC cots c as an officer Now further Mass at 10 a Church will bo as follows society in their new dresses appear much indulgence is useless besides I owe some COTJJfTKV PBODCCE ETC x with a sermon on The Christian Char Â¬ improved we mean their dresses which debts that must be paid and 1 must col lectfrom you to pay with acter Devotions and a sermon on Faith are generally of more lively colors we PORK 4e Respectfully DRIED FRUIT Apples C to C cents and Experience at 8 oclock at night are still speaking about the dresses and JAMES A WARNER myl4 Peaches 7 to 8 cents COLT The Hickman Bakery and Confec the gentlemen without exception aro high WHEAT market active SGaS125 per bush STRAY MARK BLACK DRAUGHT cures dyspep Bay marc small white spot in right eye MEAL SOo from wagons particularly the tionery keeps on hand every day fresh in their compliments sia indigestion and heartburn back mane and tail Colt yearling BEES TTAX 20c per lb Bread Rolls Buns Coffee Cake Lc Ice merchants who sold the goods These HIDES jjreon Cc dry salted 12c dry black and few white hairs at the root of For sale by Buck Cowgill Cream every day balls weddings c are all admirable and in happy contrast tail Liberal reward for any information flint 18o will be furnished at reasonable rates with the former black cashmere style Address WOOL 40a4c per lb tub washed un- Â¬ or recovery A F OLIVER Also Candies Cigars Tobacco Oysters Formerly hereabouts the richest or the washed 22 to30 cts Hickman Ey apl23 2t FEATHERS S5a40e per lb prime poorest prettiest or ugliest woman was may 21 Sirdines c TALLOW 5c per lb never so happy as when promenading BUTTER fresh 15c per lb Wliislcy my new black POULTRY Spring chickens S150 old The best grades of whisky kept at rea Â¬ down Clinton street in S2 00a225 per dozen cashmere There may have been never sonable prices by BRO EQGS 10c per dozen VJW5CJ H apl30 so many on the same street on the same J W ROGERS hfTJ Z TEUtiABli- k BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels day in the same style dress but jesu apl9 tf Marshal Warner this week arreted 160 iron bound 1 50 Flour Junto Sici For Apple and Potato 35c Kraut and Pickle two negroes Osborn Thomnion and Hardy Maria its ny new black cashmere Stands 75c to 160 Cyprexs Regs iron Caruthers charged with stealing some fifty miles back when the creme de la bound 10 gals 30c Oak 00c mules from about Kenton Tenn On creme came to Hickman no matter what age eize condition or equipage the new Wednesday the Kenton parties came over GROCERIES identified the negroes and took them baek arriving femalo appeared all expectancy BACON sides lOcte shoulders vejiMjjt ffrg with that to astonish the fashionables to Tennose 121cts black inimitable Â¬ CHEESE 12al4c per pound TJas been In The growing crops of this section cashmere We respect black as a color COFFER Rio 16a20 per lb constant use by th have not mfterially suffered by the drouth It is sad sacred and on occasions ap- Â¬ CKAOKKRS 7a9c per lb public for over twenty of the past few weeks but in many in Â¬ propriate but as a fashion it is horribly COAL OIL 20 per gallon years anil is tho best iHrtrgm CANDLES star 16aloc per lb stances plowing has been stopped there Â¬ abominable it is excruciatingly dull it is FLOUR Hickman Mills 700 preparation ever In Â¬ i The by A refreshing shower Thursday did well all the world is tired f black MOLASSES 40a 60o per bbl GOcts per vented for RESTORING some good but if wo dont get a good rain and during the summer please dear Stato Forty years trial hi proved BLACK half barrel GltAY HAIR TO ITS the best liver medicine in DRAUGHT soon the situation wiil become alarming LARD OIL Assayer 100 per gallon give us some relief eweet angel ladies YOUTHFUL COLOR LARD 8ca lOcper lb and the world gnyer happier more give us AND LIFE GUNPOWDER 5060 por kez 25cts Lower than the Lowest cheerful something heretofore all pervad Â¬ Fer sale by Bcok Cowqill Chemist K than this BLASTING POWDER 561 per keg I have no clerk expensss no store rent of Mass It supplies tbe natu SODA at per lb by the keg Well we ing cloud of black cashmere to tbo ral food and color and pay cash for all my Groceries and and SUGAR brown 9c hard 12al4c say there is a marked improvement In hair glands without leading therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ SHOT por bap 52 00 staining tho ekin It will est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone the outfit of the ladies as a casual visit STONEWARE lOper gallon increase end tlilcltec tbo Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low Â¬ to the fashionable bazaar of Mesdames TODACCO manufticd per lb 60a75c growth of tho Iinlr pre Â¬ JOHN WITTING est 1 50 fine SALT sack salt 2 Jones Hoglan will at once convince all vent Its blanching and endorse The Hickman Simday Schools have With such an establishment in our midst ITAItDWAItE ETC faille off and tliUO and EXIT BALDNESS got up a pleasant courtesy of entertaining there is no excuse for our ladies who CASTINGS 3a5e per lb each other with ico cream picnics etc make any pretensions to dross at all not cures itch lngr IRON bar size 2Jc per lh it tions and Dandruff Aa PLOW STEEL 6o per lb On last Friday the Methodist sohool en Â¬ appearing well and fashionably The as a ft HAIR DRESSING it PLOW STEEL WINGS 6Jc per lb tertained the other schools and on to Â¬ ladies will pardon us of course they will great is very desirable Rixin IRON AXLES 5c per lb day the Episcopal teachers and scho- Â¬ but ne were about remarking that some tho hair a silken 6oftneS9 triumph NAILS 5 00 rates BRO HORSE SHOE NAILS 30c per lb lars will reciprocate the courtesy to which say the gentlemen of Hickman really dis which all admire H It in medi- Â¬ keeps the liend clean STEEL cast M 3 A 20a25c all the Sunday schools of the city are in Â¬ play nnre taste as to fashionable dressing cine sweet and healthy STEEL PLOWS SalJc per lb vited to attend These picnics occur on than the ladies The ladies are credited cures costivc BLACK DRAUGHT HUBS S126a22 per sett the nice shady grounds of the court house with more ncakness in this direction but ness and tjick IIeadache PLOWS Hortweck Baltzer Kuoerr Cowgill by Buck For sale yard Remember tho hour from 4 oclock tho male pursuasion are progressing well Steel Plows No I SoOO No 2 700 asacawssr Em No 8 850 No 4 SJ00 until 8 in this fashionable dress business Busi patent one horse Plow 000 ex Â¬ Baltxers know the effect of a good appear Â¬ ness Weve Got Last The best ance mensay nothing of dress as au ac- Â¬ From tho undersigned at Wingo Ky iu tra plow moulds 200 each Cottou to Bay Horse 6 or 7 years scrapers samo April 1879 one Kinslow Kerosene It vil manufactured T companiment of culture and polite society old 15 or 15 haads high branded M on Powell Bro from various factories one is the best because it gives the beat light horse plows the moulder of left shoulder slightly crcaso fallen from 500aSOO two horse So it is that dipt Griffin known and because it is the safest There Also in November 1879 one plows 600a 1000 tho tou in gentlemens fashionable appa- Â¬ fistula is no burner made that generates suffi Â¬ rel is dping a most flourishing business Sorrel Filly flas mane and tail branded will chniiio the beard to a IUIOATX old Sorrel Mule 3 M Also bUXDKIEN cient heat to create an explosive vapor For as a matter of fact a gentleman how Â¬ name brand a Also in April years one Rein In or ULVCK ut discretion 1880 from it Tho manufacturers also make a ono preparation it Is easily applied bald faco while feet one BAGGING 10al2 jo per yard ever well clad is now considered indiffer- Â¬ Sorrel Mare most convenient oil can for family use sido of face disfigured branded with M HOPE machine 15a20c and produces a permanent color ently dressed unless his suit comes from on left shoulder When last seen had a TIES 6a6c which can be bonght with it and which that will not wash off or at least has tho approval of yellow colt with her Any information LEATHER kip skins S450aP50 sole per Griffins cemmesds itself to all We commend the 11CK1AKK1 BY lb 30 a 33c upper aide 450a500 Altogether viewing in regard to them will be liberally re Â¬ that establishment We pre Â¬ oil and the can to the public HASHUA HH CO PRINTS 4aSc per yard R P HALL the progress of our society in the matter warded Address DOMESTIC 3jal2Jc per yard sume i is kept or should be by all Hick of dress we are proud of it nnd eo con Â¬ J IV McNEELY Sold by al Dealers In Medicine JEANS 20sno per yard Wings Ky C A IIOICOHBE may21 lw gratulate the gonoral public Sold bj dcalvrt Â¬ Â¬ Jffftl LINE Episcopal Church Thomas Yates PRECINCT NO S John Barry Mrs M J Bctf9 Ferd Berendcs W F Cline Elizabeth Cole M E Cunningham D L Free Is Wra H Gardner Alfred Gardner A and Jno A Gardner John A Oardner wuvam Mggs 40 80 2 4 120 1 Trout Hickman 19 2 08 1 86 1 lis w4wT Ki rV TO BUY YOUR A KCZZ3 I 14 1 3 60 J K Morris 4 3 90 1 45 10 1 15 1 10 3 V0 1C 75 I 19 4 00 99 2 20 84 SO 1 4 2 5 4 74 fl 50 34 4 88 20 CO 35 30 30 91 5 19 3 19 1 61 2 03 1 41 1 64 liUUiimiMiimmiii iiiui1iuiuiuiilh iVfJS VtJSa Drugs Patent Medicines FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PINE PERFUMES SOAPS Uicknan Sec 1 That hereafter the wharf ags tax upon all stcamboits Huding with- Â¬ in the corporate limits shall be 20 per cent upon tbe amount of their freight bills where they do not exceed ten dollars and two dollars and fifty cents where ten dollars their freight bills Tested less or over All whnrf commission for rnllocinj 10 be set apart 1j expended only as a wharfage imil in constructing u kepiug in repair a good substantial wharl Src 2 Tho owner or captain of any steamboat failing or refusing to pay said tax shall be fined double the amount of tax due to bo recovered by warrant in the city cuurt of Hickman Sec 2 This act to lake effect and be in force from and after its passage Be it enacted by the City Council of lite City arrie i 81 r Health Ordinance Be it ordained by the Citif Council of ZTcJE man 1st That John VT Cole is hereby ap U2 ir1ris6WsBslslslslslslslslslslsMisi wSHsyMHpHspaasjpjpv rjiiiHTolly usisii w- - r - 5 JCReld G W Marshall Ji J J Jos Kirkpatrick for wife Fred Lane Reuben Levi F 8 Marrs for J F Marrs John Riley Mrs E Murphy Mrs S Myers Lewis Person and wife G W Pucketts heirs Fred Roe Thomas Vincents heirs Dick Gaskins Wilson Â¬ 84 80 1 13 5 40 I 05 2 75 79 40 79 40 1 10 3 20 1 01 2 40 88 1 20 87 I 1 89 30 84 80 93 00 1 08 3 05 00 97 1 00 2 37 1 05 2 80 1 03 2 50 1 19 4 40 1 15 3 70 77 20 1 05 2 80 6 f5 3 80 1 19 1 19 4 30 3 41 PAINTS JJJLS DYE STUFFS CIGARS AND TOBACCO 2 08 2 02 2 19 1 64 2 33 4 13 2 97 3 37 3 85 3 53 5 59 4 85 97 3 85 2 97 4 35 1 30 1 41 PocJcct Knives Kasors SEWING MACHINES at tho Drug Store of e Proscriptions Accurately Compounded city pointed health oiliccr in an I for the city of Hickman for the ensuing twelvemonths removable however City Council I That it shall be tbe duty ot sart tie xin officer to watch over the sanitary condi- Â¬ tion of the city nnd to carefully guard against all cause of disease to use all known measures to prevent the introduc- Â¬ tion and spreading of contageous or in- Â¬ and to perform such fectious disease other dutieB as the City Council may from time to time determine necessary to pro- Â¬ mote the health of the inhabitants of the BUCK SISTNER Fulton 00 1 10 3 25 1 10 3 20 81 60 97 9 no 1 03 2 GO I 05 2 80 81 60 86 1 00 77 20 93 1 70 1 19 4 00 9 1 1 2 97 3 63 3 85 1 41 1 86 97 2 63 5 19 3 58 1 41 Lcstor 02 2 60 81 60 88 1 20 I IPTJIl3SriTTJREs g 2 08 COLORED LIST Hickman 1 153 80 3 03 3 10 3 95 I 90 1 1 12 1 1 CENJAUn 75 45 45 05 25 70 45 4 90 1 25 4 57 4 08 4 35 2 6b 2 35 Fulton Â¬ S 35 20 4 15 2 38 8 10 10 48 9 75 2 30 7 45 1 CITY ITEMS partments OUR STOCK is now complete in all its Nl Wium B S Walker S F O Headquarters for all Kinds of School Books and School Supplies L3 8 WM School aijd FRBNZ DEALER 13 ft J H Plaut Bro Miscellaneous It a a a Stationery Wall Paper Pic- Â¬ Q ture Frames Pocket Cutlery Toys Goods CLINTON STREET Eommewal 3 s and Fancy HICKMAN KY ami for copies of my --Vw Reduced Price Luis of Picture Frames Chromos Brackets Croquet Sets and JJaie Hall for I87H JtSend Best WOOL Highest cash price R B Brevard Yy H0LE6ALK AND RETAIL DEALER paid for Wool by PLAUT and J U That stagnant water or other matter or substance deleterious to health shall not remain upon any vac int lot or lots and it shall be the duty of the health offi Â¬ cer to have any such water matter or sub- Â¬ stance removed fron such lot or lots by tbe owner or agent of the same and if such water substance or matter is not DEALKE3 IS removed after three days notice to tho owner or agent of said lot or lots then the health officor may have the same done at the expense of said owner or agent nnd the cost for removal or abatement shall be assessed against such lot or lots and the cost thereof be recovered by warrant in the city court of Hickman and for his services in abating or removing such water matter or substance the health ofacer shall be allowed three dollars per day to be taxed in the cost of abating or removal by the city court of Hickman and COFFINS MATRASSES c recovpred as the coat of removal c 4 The health oSce- - shall have authori Â¬ KENTUCKY HICKMAN ty tj order the removal abatement and prevention of any and every sanitary cr HI 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 the owner agent or occupant of ttifi prem- Â¬ ises to comply with the order of the health officer to so remove nbite or prevent any - CD eanitary nuisance within the time given GO SZS be or she shall oc litble to a fine in tbe city court of Hickman of not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars to be re- Â¬ covered by warrant taken out by said health officer in the city court of Hick- Â¬ man and for each of said warrants so taken out the health officer shall be al- Â¬ lowed 25 per cent of what is recovered nnd collected in such case 5 It shall not be lawful for any person lo suffer or permit any decayed vegetable or animal matter slop trash dirt or staguaut water to be and remain upon s in tbe lot of Hick Â¬ k their and or premises the duty citytho health man of it shall be 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 aud upon conviction of a M violation of this ordinance such person shall be fined by said city court not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars G It shall not be lawful for any per- Â¬ son to permit any kind of dirt or filth to g 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 ordinance they shall be fined not less than tetfdollars nor more than twenty dollars to be recovered J 4 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 then filled to the level of the earth with good clean dry dirt or clay on or before tho 15th day of March lfcSO and upon a failure to do the occupant or owner of the Beer Saloon premises upon which said sink or pit may MILLERS old sttnd Clinton street be found shall each be fined in a sum of IOSFEET OYSTERS BOLOGNESAU not less than teu nor more than twenty saee Sirdines Fruits Candy Nuts dollars and each day after tbe loth day of The March next shall be considered a separate Cheese Crackers etc specialties best of Cigars and Tobacco offense said fines to ba recovered by war Â¬ rant in the city court 8 The health officer is authorized to BLTCKHAN MARBLE WORKS have all pits and sinks used as privies cleaned out and filled up as above direct Â¬ HICKMAN KT ed and tbe expenses thereof including IBS three dollars for his services for super Â¬ intending the cleaning and filling of such DEALER IK pit or sink asp American Mahble or occupant to be taxed against the ownerÂ¬ Italian of tbe premises to be recov TOMB AND GRAVE MONUMENTS ered by warrant iu the city court in ti STONES name of the city and the premises upon received a fine lot of Amer Â¬ which the pit or sink i found shall be HAVINO Italian Marble I am pre- Â¬ subject to the payment of the same 8 These ordinances to be in forco from Call and examine pared to fill all orders and after their pssazc our work BOrders from the country promptly OOWGrlLlz SARDNER S JF Zs LJ Sis e ti li g p W 8P Q fj ft a lif piiii Lager M m C JEsssase3 Gllcd mayiiG -- jscsa3 Citizen Tax Payers I do not wish to be considered harsh nor do I wih to speculate on your delin- Â¬ Rut I am constrained to tell you quency candidly who have not paid their taxes for the years 1877 and lb78 that unless the same is paid promptly I shall levy upon and sell your property Remember that the law fallows fifty cents for every levy and six- - per cent additional all of which must be paid by the party owing Shall I make theso costs or the taxes will you pay up and save it yourselves 1 mean business That is the question Respectfully B R WALKER Sheriff janl sunday-go-to-mcet- iu Men and Boys Spring and Summer Clothing in the city just receiv- THE finest line of - J H Platjt ed at mm mffisi SEi obtained for new inventions or for im Â¬ provements in old ones Caveats Trade Marks and all patent business promptly attended to Inventions that bare been rejected may still in most cases be pat ntcd by us Eeing opposite the U S Patent OfSce andengnged in patent business exclusive Â¬ ly we can secure patents in less timo than those who are remetc from Wfrl ington and who mus mails inalltransaclio Office PATENTS ryy trt yV 12Si Bros fractNi When inventors send model or sketch we make search in the Patent OtSce and advigo as to the patentability free of Hardware Cutlery PISTOLS Guns BEST KAILS CAST130S TOOLS Lc - IN THE WORLD I VN p - V 5A3nts GOODS of all kinds have advanced from n confidential Correspondence charge prices low and no charge unless patent is obtained We refer to Hon Postmaster General D M Key Rev V D Powers to official in the O S Patent Office and especially to our clients in every State of tho Union and in Canada For special references terms advice c address Opposite Patent IlOT 1 i 25 to 30 per cent but we still adhere to our old prices Cheapest STOV GRATES TIN AND- - SHEET COPPER IRON WARE CO C A SNOW Office Washington D C SPECIAL NOTICES K Cash House in town PLAUT and Rotiu SST JOB WORK done to order such as J of the Gold Stove Clinton Street Hick lean Ky feb 70 Sjh Guttering Speutins c 1W SUJ ness I will sell tbe place on which I no v live 7 miles nearly south of Hiokmau iu Obiou county Tenn containing Sale Farms forchange busi Having determined to ray -- A SHILOIlS CATARRH REMEDY marvelous cure for catarrh diptheri can- Â¬ ker mouth head ache With cacn bottlo there is an ingenious nusil injector for the more successful treatment without extra ch ircc Price 50 cts For s tle by Â¬ It at 5gT 150 of ihih into i3ejHrcis89 The CKINGHMS fljj place is susceptible of being made a No 1 Stock farm Terms liberal Will divide Is now in cultivation Inannro Ki Cnrb Smlti fa nr n llshtly dirty may appear whitewlilto color It it Â¬ examined by self bnt a COItTPAISlJsOX IVITJK ciivitrir B1IAN15 Anni sbow XIAOTSIElt will ami tlio dlliercucc Seo tlmt your Cafcinar Sod 5 xvlilte nnd IHItK axnhonia be AIE MMILAU iSJJiSVrC2 used for food A eimpo but Severn trut ft tho cmaFarativa Tftluo ot mfferent rans ot Pod 13 tu dissolve RUCK COWGILL os tial citizen of Iowa City say 1 l ive bad Dyspepsia and Liver CoopUiut tor sove nl years nnd hive used oery remedy without rclef until I tried Shilohs Vi tulizer which entirely cured me Prico 7o cents Sold by RUCK COWGILL A Molliera Grief Tha pride of a mother the life and of a hoinp nre her children hence J G Tho Beit I Eicr Knew Of Strrkey a prominent and influen Â¬ WHISKERS if desired Also SIM A IjXj OS TRACTS L R SHAPHERD dessert fjrxraful of each kind with obout a HnS of watr ot preif rred 111 clear class- - 8lirricy until all m thoroughly dixolvcl The delete Â¬ acro9 six miles north of Mem Â¬ phis situated on tho laducah Memphis railroad fe2U 6ei uu Query Why vill people suffer with indigestion when BLACK DRAUGHT will cure them Kor alc lv BrcK fcCoviGiLL j rcrdiag to quality Ite sure and ask for Church Cos SoOa an I ece that their name 13 on the package and you wilt Bt the imcs5 and whitest made Tha cw ct this with Eourroilk m jirelerenco to liOllcj 1owder saves twenty tunus its cost Sea one poind pichso for valuable icXonca tioa and read carefully o SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER rious insoluble cutter ia tlwinfeiiorfioiwiil be shown atttr eettlinR tome twenty minutes or sooner by tho milSy oppenTanoe of th nolutioa nd tbo quantity of Coatms Cocir oattcr oc grief t ben sickness enters and take them awiv Take warnins then thit you aro terrible risk if they have running joy her Whooping Cnnph which to Consumption it you do not attend SHILOIl S CONSUMPTION to it at enco cure is guaranteed to euro thm 1 rico Tor lame back 10 ets fiO cents ano 1 Coui Croup or leid -- LSm ide nr chest use Shifb Porous Plaster Sold bv RUCK S COWOILL - SHEti 0k - U J JL iJsSgV H v KHJl J1 engrocyej Thrllltits Pi -- vijcqcieiL-rttajitjx oci1 irgjmmmjaEaai w m PESHS OP BATTLE A IZZttilyrn Holdlera Frcm the Detroit Free lrc Evnc What constitutes nerve aslrcil the Xi r York World the other day of it Jcadeis One man will answer that it i presence of mind another that it is pluck another that it is beimr cool and collected in an emergency It is none of child tliee Itissomethinbackofalloftliem Sir Ihe lady rising what do tid something which a man novor had yonmesnsiid unless it was born in him Intancesof Mean Mrnn he crczily replied presence of mind were met vith every Why I nan that that daughtij i Eiy ibay in the army An officer out its otiiJv Lild nd you are my wife I charge of forsgets or on a lecotinoia Almost ov rpoweredat this confesion sance would bo suddenly attacked fhe plied him with questions to every Presence of mind awtd Lira to f rrn his one of wlueii he rctumed a correct an- Â¬ men for defense He Iind swer when slio was convinced that the of mind even tumuli bis face was whita man was really her husband from whom as flour and hTs chin hakinp Iinne she had been cparsted twenty year Jt men w re com jum citoitth in the rrtnb trems the twaiu were married at Paris Call fjr raer to fco crrun death and a Kv in 1S5S and thirteen rccnths after Â¬ hundred priv V would slepnf atunce ward he went to Liverpool on business rvc and tacy bad Tl o Ycsel on which he took passage yet test tLiir none was wiccked and all on lnaul weie sup Amonjr f threo caes in mind rosed to have perbhed The news com that of John MehcHO a trooper in the ing to his young wifes ho was ut- Â¬ Sixth Jlicuiuan Cavalry is recalled terly prostrated and was ordered to Cali- Â¬ He wa an uudcr siztd qitctpokcn fornia by her physicians Arriving man and he had that won Jt rf a nerve here she took up her refcidencc in Lew which not three other men in the whole Angclc3 The husband was pic led up While actiiig is from the wreck by a fishing smack and trigone ts I fceout in tho SiMiandoah Valley ho w13 taken to sarao remote foreign port oiiiii g dinner at a faun house j where he wes thrown upon a bed of one when ii Eleu Vy JiJiun rao lamil snma iifrrpti -- foldit s ThvlitW him for a Union months In the meantime Ifc hart writ Le Lr rw them for Confeder Â¬ ten repeatedly to his wife but received Ecoul and ates A bravt nin would have made a no nuscr Amost lrctziea at me rjioi or laaawliUC vcroc simply thought that sho might be ded and be rtMajTflmiiEa over inw without sfucctefijljriends lm fih2 through to Ken faced his fare Sjy oid woraar put on more din tucky and shortlyclear arrived atlans attcr ner Lore ir c il ail have a square Inquiries throughout the town assured m a ether him that his wife had disappeared a You are my r rrmerP siid the serÂ¬ year or so berore no one tnew whither geant of the sqtiail a he advanced Rimfi said sho rone in search of her Yes IL ow it but Ill pav for a huband others hat she mfght be dcivi illnner for you aud your men jiifct the ana oners tnat fne nau gone to Cali Â¬ taste Sit right down and make your Â¬ fornia He sought the old family physi Â¬ self at hoico cian but he had left some time bef re II is nerve upset the soldier and after Mr1 G then went to work at Louiv llo 11 moment they took seats at the table and made cnoujh to bring him to Cali Â¬ forming a complete circle around the fornia a year after his arrival in Ken Â¬ board As soon as thry beean to eatne tucky Ho Fearched every whero for his began to think of escape Jt was sum- Â¬ abicnt wife but without success aud mer and the win Jo v behind him was finally gave her up as dead and sheaho ten feet away and open If he stood up had mou ned for his death Neither all eyes would be fixed on him and any however had married again and last excuse to leave the room was not to be evening on board the Contra Contra was H Tim JU1y Tc gentrman m gtcw pale cud excited and then asked Ynu hau a tUuplitrr did you not Lray bovr I did Khe n sponded did you Luow thiCf Is that daughter living fcheis and at present on a visit to friends at Vallejo where I am now eoing My Merciful lleavensl he gapped infMaiMjtf mKmifi ena ptfljmmimwi SPECIAL NOTICES A SPLENDID SCIENCE AD AET NOTES ITETiIS OF INTEREST LAAVYrns annually coat tho peoplo about 70000000 Three fourths of the lard used in Germany comes from America Senator elect George of Missis Â¬ sippi was once tho driver of an ox team OFFER BEADHT tht t earf ps ly rfkci i wll jv Mr W Mornis of Gouock Great Britain has it is said invented a method of pLotogra phing underwater The camera is said to be lowered beneath tho wave and tho cap removed when the adjustment has bewi made to suit the operator A Scotch journal states some fairly gcod tiews have been taken by this process The English Mechanic states that Mr EdBon attempting to make a newpnr table electric lamp which with tho bit tery a constant on shall be no larger than thoe ordinarily Feen on a parloj table This is probably acanarl as It would take about fifty of Groves cells to generate sufacient electriciy to give good illumination with oue of Edisons new electric lamps A somewhat curious sale is an Â¬ nounced to take place in Paris this month It consists of about 4000 paintings drawings etc of various de scriptions that hive been executed by pupils under government instruction Among these are doubtless many work- by well known painters o the day bur as none of them are signed it is difficult to identify them Tne government sells the whole in diffeent lots so tha here is a fine opportunity for thoo who like tcspeculate in the prob Â¬ ability of being able to acquire somo early work by a distinguishea master at Â¬ SIIILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A mnrvelous cure for catarrh tliptlicri cin With racn bottle kcr month head ache there is nh ingenious nasal injector for the more successful treatment without extra charge Price 50 cts For sale by COWGUL BUCK 7 The Courier will he greatly improved limine the ensuing year It will furnish i- - and influen- Â¬ country require 100000 men to labor on tial citizen of Iowa City says I have hal Sunday Dyspepsia anil Liver Com pi tin I for scve O n Steam and horse railroads in this Seven machines in Pitshurcr Pa The Kcst Strrkcy I Ever Knew Of prominent produced ot nails relief until I Vi laat year over 4003315 kegs wilhoiU which entirely tried Slii lohsPrice cured me tnlizer 75 cents Sold by BUCK COWG1LL A JIo ttiors Grief The pride of i mother the life and joy of a home are her children henco her grief when sickness enters and tnkes tbem ril years anil have used every remedy ffiUMWt i taw s im rar H5 gSf S all the local news notices of meetings 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 limes the cost of tho paper Tho Village Farm Town and County Talk on subjects of local interest will be supplied fully in enr columns be- Â¬ sides much interesting reading All this can be hud at scnrcely 4 cents a week or only 2 for the entire yearl And There arc made yearly in Readir g and Berks counties Pa over 6000000 wolleu hats Â¬ - Â¬ An ex convict was in Houston dressed sold out a away Take warning then that yon are like a prince He had runninp a terrible risk if they have a Leadvillo mine for 10000000 Couch Croup or Whooping Cough which Prouijcji in logic If God made the lead to Consumption if you do not attend country and man made the town who to it at once SIIILOHS CONSUMPMON made ew Jersey cure is guarantoed to cure thern Price 10 cts 60 cents anc SI For lame back The rolling mills of Chicigo now em side or chest nse Shilohn Porous Plaster ploy over 8 003 men aud are running lia cts Sold by BUCK COWGILL jut a small wiu -- thought of The meal was fbout half finished and captors and captive were chatting awav trhpii Melro e suddenly fluDg himself backward upset his chair and bounded through the window The soldiers ran out and fired at and pursued him but he made coed his escape Jn the Lnray Valley lust before the- affair kiiown as Woodstock race Mel- - i TfKa lnn nm inmn ninn foil n nf ronl j w to forage After securing a suniily of nieat tl cy pushed on after the column and were riding at a gallop when five i bushwaciers well mounted camy out of the crcsj road about twenty rods ahead of them We are dead men paid the scouts companion a they cemp to a halt Looking back tley uv four more buh whackeia climbing the fence to take position on the highway Melrose t almly viewed their situation and finally eaid Vrewiil charge trcm Fail in be Â¬ hind me and there vill be le3 danger 3raw your sibro and strike hariil The other dared no try it though be vi3 a brave man Ho therefore kept iifc place a the Ecout dashed forwrr Ielrcse rode f traijiht at the men viih drawn eabre ami the volley they fired went over him lie struk the lire abrcd a man as be pu ed and soon re joined the cltcir His companion was iever heard of acan probably boicg murdered in blood fn 1SG1 JWro and three olhcr forasers vcre captnre d in the Shenan ilali Valley taken to a small encamp ment and the fnr place inalog Lousa nader guard until their esses cruld be JssGed of They talked the situation over and the Iravest of them could tee 110 hope of e rape Jltlrosc quetly larened to their discouraging remarks and asquiety replied ttiat he would be inside of tfce Union lines before mid night There nas a circle of sentinels xround the building and the one in front ciuLi see theprisoncri throuch the dforwtj MtlroEe said that if all I nugjm the firsi intimation either had that the ether was in existence The now happy couple arrived here last night and to the eurpriss of tne fnend3 of the lady she introduced her husband from whom she had been sep arated twenty years But imagine his unutterable suroriso ana joy when the mother led into the parlor a beautiful y0uugJady his own daughter whom he t l nol geen since sue was a ioiui Father mother and child will leave to-morro for San Francisco where Sir Q who is now a comparatively wealthy man has his business and where they will hereafter reside The bill for the Worlds Fair to bo held in Xew York in 1883 which is to come before Congress soon i3 merely for the purpose of giving the enterprise a National character 2b appropriation ii aked for The exposition i3 to bo held in commemoration of the one hun Â¬ dredth anniversary of the treaty of he capital stock of 12 UU03 jcace isputon the marketin shares of S10 each The exposition is to be under the direction of a commission consisting of two commissioners from each tate one from each Territory one from tho district of olumbia and sixty from the City of New York Â¬ - 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ cd Â¬ dispatch says in ilr Piirucll New Jiis speech to night Ydrk Hcalds sub pptke of tho scription of f 100 000 ao a patent adver Â¬ In tho language of his tising dodge country Mr Farnell would have spoken with more wiidom if no had kept his mouth shut Philadelphia Hem A ElcnaoKD Â¬ Va Standing tl all Nobility In Spain Mill Outtte Â¬ vronld rarhtogther thesntinels would lis confused and either hod their fire or fire wild The three men had par- Â¬ ticipated in more than twenty battles and were known as brave fellow Iiut here they wanted nerve aud nerve was what thy Ladut got Very well I will go alone wa3 ccme en alslrcse was ready Standing in the doorway he asked the sentinel wha time it was You git back thar or Ill shoot vas the prompt reply said Yes Im jjoing right back the Ecout ana ne dashed upon the man hit him a stunning bow and made for he woods He had to run across an open field in ful sight of the camp and though it was duok he could be seen quite plainly for half the distance More than fifty shots were fired at hm and then pnraiit began but he reached tne wooqs and made lis escape He was one day t ctuting up ihe valley having on a mixed uniform when he suddenly came upon two feroc ous looking guerril as while crowing a thick wood They were seated on a log backs to him but at the sound of his step they eprang up and covered him with their carbines It would have beeu bold to bolt and take the chances being hit aUelrose never slackened his pace nor changed countenance but walked directly np to the men and quietly said Ive got nes for the Colonel and I want you both to go aloug and show mo 1 Â¬ the quict announcement and as night the way astcd one of the men war there lube a row r mis isiinporlant newt he answered lia be you 7 Co- - c akn end ask tho Colonel Well w aint troing to tramp clear up thar You g down the road foller it for a mi and when you come to the old log staole oa tho right turn iuto tho blind rad Why cant one of you come along Oh you cant roies the way We are watching hero for gsmi- Melrose touched off in p lazy tired manner Jfe had got about fifty feet when be hrrd tJiPin cock their guns Hj did not urn Lis bead or quicken his called shoot him one of the m rt but the scout walked on They were try Hg him but ho had nerve ol a Napoloon aid he kept his leimrely pa e un il well away from their t3Vhr rr JnT race Hes a Ysnk to A CALIFORNIA K02ANCE One of those strange episodes in hu Â¬ man lifo which msike us sometimes wonder at the eternal fitne s oi occurred lat night at the Vallejo junction The tide being low ou the arrival t i the Cmtra Costa pasen gers for Valic jo wer cnnpelcd to make quite a descent from the wharf to the boat and the laIie3 required the assistance of tho gen lemon present A Mr G a grain t jiecuiator was doing the agreeable in this respect and ono of the lat ladies to dtctid was oveiburdencd with a few bundLs which he took charge of and accomianicd the lady to the cabin where they tat and engaged in conversation The htibject finally touched upon tho nativity of each when il was found that they wore both from the same town in Kentucky This fact made each more rommutiicativc when lie inouircd her name which waseiven thiiija Â¬ We bare already said that a title was never a thing of much importance in it Â¬ self in Spain and the lavish mannor in which tbey have been gianted during the latt hundred years or eo has cer- Â¬ tainly not tended to raise its vslue The number largely exceeds the united thi3 Professor Maskelyne concluded that peerages of England Scotland and Ire- Â¬ the particles in question were not only land and it is probable that the list Iocs not include all the men in Spain not diamonds but were not even carbon find out what they ho might write themselves Baron or He next tried to composed of and heated some Count if tlcy chose There are many were on platinum several times with men who prefer to drop a title ridicu-lou-l-y particles ammonium fluoride when they becamo at variance with their fortunes visibly smaller and a Yon m v be sli ved by a Marquis or white incrustation was slight reddish seen on the waited upon at a icLh d hile by a Baron Secondly though all the sons of a noble field over night some particles were and this rlaced in hydtofluoric acid do not inherit his titie a U tho case in in platinum caplue This i roved that mecnuDtrieB This munt happen when Mr Mactears Gla gow diamonds titles aie tiven to men who have no for Â¬ rterely some crystallized silicate a wer com tune The older nooles refuse to recog pound of silica men as their equals nize these now Whiletley address oneanothcr in the The uncertainly of wealth is mon endearing fecond person singular used fan couuter baanccd by the certainty only bv very intimsae friei ds t ey give c f poverty the new Count his titles vwih maliciou3 elaboration of detail The people think An Unfortunate Hani wondrous little of suth marks ot honor Omh Beputiicaat indeed they scarcely know them in A few weeks since some miners dissome cased Nobody ever thought of covered a yery singular curioiity in the Fneating of Espartero as Duke of Bonanza City Idaho Victor or Trince of Vergara though mountains near the mammoth head all the woiM knew tboie titles had been nothing less thanmountain ram grown horns conferred on him In the case of les and a pine of a Ihe skull was lound tree well known men the title is never into mentioned at all His children will in firmly imbedded in the growing pine the trunk of latter being all probability drop it if their father can eighteen inchesthe diameter withsome in the leave tLcni no fortune horns and ous the fact that these honors if curve protruding the woodin its natural Perhaps eight im hes they can be so called are gained in civil Tr T re onttying M J oil xilul luejeiii iue rif IM ana uaius war and often by barrack intrigues baa Bonanza stage lineuisoon braid of the Â¬ something to do with the Email estimafind had the aud tion in which they are held perhaps tion containing tree felled head the secthe rams neatly curioufly humble social position sawed off ton the Mr Meyers baa ex prefect of Spanish military men has some influ- Â¬ Thomssjj Kim Â¬ ence on it but the main reason un the unique specimen to ball General Passenger and Ticket di ubtedly is that the thing it elf has Perhaps Agent or the Union Pacific in whoce ceased to be of much value can be given office it ianow on exhibition the best explanation that it was a source of much surmisinp for the continued existence of titles is the Spaniards inborn love of fine sonor- Â¬ yesterday upon the part of dtz ns of ous names and phratc which mean visitors at Union Pacific headquarters thus fastnohintr but fill the ear with an impos as to how tho horns became this lord of and how many years ing sound If the soldiers who make enedsheep tribe hai b en impaled in the tlit hsory of the country can not raise tho Idaho ione y mouc tains the new nobility to dignity still less can of the opinion thatof e animal Some are in the civilians on whom the shower of of food wa3 cauahtt in the forks search of the equally copious titles falls in an almost years e Almost without exception tree scores of mid unablewhen it was a manner to extriiMte they are political intriguers financiers mere sapling ittclf the tre or eoutraclors The first have spent growingthere died skull Such gradually over the inMauci their lived in pulling the wrcs at deer very murh in tho case of v t are verv common Madrid aud are looked on L 4U r ippn ftirfiiiirifi - ft - -- - as piotes sionai poittcians are ia mo mil iiiiiih iitrt - -n least rei oited whch the wonder United Sratea The latter have gained their titles by financial ervices to the i fuy nyicuar mountain ram baa met Government and iuSpaintohavebcenEurii theory la tbit somo Indian engaged in Government finance is loss of character in itself So little is a title or old time employe of the great fur now con idered that a few years ago the companies nceiveda sUigbt ivay hit the ram and in a fit of revene Ministry of the hour in the strict mean- ing almost cf tho word could think c bun hid rWiip up to recall the mci ut oi unfortunate affair and to MnTmnrnnnnmnriftnna a rocopnl- tion of the services of tho ownrr of a indulge in rcaii rse bus fogot to take Another is that inoneo decent provincial paper than to make him down was never those terrific battle hi which mountain him a Marquis The title used exceptby the unfortunate maua rams often encounter each othpr thi one was dodged by bin antagonist at enemies a very critical period and a for cJ sapling received iNDifiNAST wife If lhadknowr eivmg up iti the onsliught never after embrace Still another i you were coming home in this coid that it is a practical illustration of the lion I should have gone home to m theory of protoplasm Certain it ii fail crs Inebriated husband Hie would yon Im awf sorry didnt shtnu the ram got in a very bad fix is dead ami it is one of the most valuable atd you word hie curious specimens ever ient to Mr Kim Deaii Louise dont let the mr balls oiiiie c me too near you nhen courting Oh no dear ma When Ciiarl s i Those correspondents who write only hftc ws always have one chair Lettei when their sinters or cousins or aunts us Mother thinks tho answer is have had atea party or when a merchant rather ambiguous in their set has something to puff are not the ones an editor will seek to have Tin beauty of Sunday collections on admitted to the grand stand on the everthcenrolijw plan U that vou can kiwi green shore The ones he will want to tLe plate out of the collectors band as take with him are thoe who send news easy with a copper centai you can witi promptly and then subside until thero a Mlver half dollar is more hews Â¬ LÂ¬ Â¬ 1 Me W It Piseece makes ttc follow ing observation At certain teison3 ot the year and at certain ptri d tl ere arestr-n-cutrents or electricity flowing through the earth and thse current enter our wire3 and produce distirb anre Where they come from or what thoyare we do not know itisonsof the mysteries of telegraphy This passage appr ars to give hope that the earth is a natural ctore housc of electri ity and mav yet provide an inexhaustible sup- Â¬ ply of natural electricity in some form It may not be geicrally known that we have in the nickel five cent piece of our coinsge a key to the tables of lineal mcaiuici and of weights The diameter of this coin i9 two centimeters and its weight is five grammes Five of them placed in a row will of course give the length of a decimeter and two of them will vieih a decagramme As the kiloliter is a cubic metr the key to the measure of length is also the key to the mtautro sof capacity Any person therefore who is frrtunate enough to own a five cent nickel may carry in hiapotket the en tire metric system of weights and measures may bo iniereating to dpcribe the method by which Profe sor N S Maskc lyne of the British Museum tested tho so called Glasgow diamonds as it may assist others to make similar experiments should occasion require Tho properties of a real diamond are aa fol- Â¬ lows Fir t it excels all sub tances in hardness second its crystals belong to the cubic system and should not therefore prentthe property of double re- Â¬ fracting light third thediamond being pure carbon burns entiiely away wh n heated to a sufficient high temperature in the air and more vividly when burned in oxgen eas Professor Maske lyne took a few grains of the dust for the so called diamonds were too small to bo seen without good eyesight or a lens and placed a few grains between a clevaga plate of a sapphire and a topaz and rubbed the two surfaces together There resulted no abrasion and tho to a pow particles were reduce der without even scratching tho This showed they were topaz He next mounted not dsrnonds some of the dust on a microscopic slide and viewed it under the microscope by polarized light They acted each and all powerfully in the manner of a bi rcfrangent crystal They were not diamonds Finnliy he took same of the dust and exposed thm to the intense heat of a table blow pipe on a piece of platinum foil Tfaev reÂ¬ sisted all attempts to burn them Then for comparison he placed them with small pieces of real diamonds and re- Â¬ peated the experiment The reult wa the diamonds glowed and disappeared but the Glasgow crystals were obstinae and unacted ss on before From all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cst night and day In 187S the United States imported fromGreat Britain 1888 tons of old irou ohlaineil for new inventions er for im- Â¬ last year 17G 812 tons provements in old ones Caveats Trade Marks costs It for theMassachusetts about 4030 attendedand all patent business promptly to each farmers graduated at its agInventions that have been rejected may ricultural college still in mot cases be pntnted by us u T4 Being opposite the U S lteritlpflico TnElead mines near Ph PATENTS The Courier Job Printing Office is the Â¬ best appointed Almost everybody knows the Men valao of the AiMTiean Agrieulluritt n journal that has just completed its 37th successful year It is a large beautiful journal full of plain practical reliable most useful information for every man woman and child It pilots overy yeir 700 tO 800 sriginal engravings of labor saving labor helping contrivances many of them home made also of animals plants con- Â¬ struction of buildings etc etc The American Agriculluriil also constantly pub- Â¬ lishes exposures of the various humbug and swindlers that prey upon the people vrith their artful schemes These eipes-urt- -s save tens of thousands sf dollars to its readers every year With all its splendid fentures and a a outlay of over 5 3000 a year in collect- Â¬ ing and preparing information engrav- Â¬ ings etc the circulation is so large that it is supplied to subscribers post paid for only J 160 each year We are happy to announce that we havo made arrangements to furnish gupgcriDersnut M tne tjctjRti dmrrtcuMsura of only S265 a yearTKiirnst-Daid- wbich is but a trifle over five cents a Who will not smoke one cigar les week a week or save five cents from some other needless expenditure if necessary tc constantly supply himself and family with both of these journals Remember only 205 pays for the Courier and tha American Agricultwiit both sent post paid for a whole year Please tell your neigh- Â¬ bors of this Send in yonr snbseriptions at once The American Agriculturist is just entering its 38tb annual volume aud now is th time to subscribe Itetter Still innatenL business exclusive- s in Ins wrnie years i than those who aro ierate from Wash The fifteen car manufacturing es- tngtou and who must depend upon the tablishments in this country turned out mails in all transactians vrith the Patent Office 37250 cars in eleven months When inventors send model or sketch Arizona has produced a quality of wc make search in the Patent Office and cotton equal to the ffra Island cotton adviss ns to tbe patentability frep of from seeo brought from China confidential Correspondence charge prices low and no charge unless patent is 1 he Prince of Wales belongs to every obtained secret society in England except the We refer to Hon Postmaster General temperance ones F D Powers to officials D M Key Rev in tke U S Patent Office and especially Over IjOOO persona are employed in to our clients in every State of the Union chair making in Gardner Mas turning and in Canada For special references out over i2000OCO worth annually terms advice c address CO C SNOW One eighth of the 5000003 acres of Opposite Patent Office A Washington I C will no unproduc- Â¬ vine land in France nov21 tive this year This meanB a loss of thatch a J are now being woT Â¬ m in Southern Kentucky or Western Tennessee osh- if tqpHjiHiMCTl i And Still Better The pnblUhers of Ihe American Agrieul 580000000 year in the United States reached the total of 19908 000 of which New Jersey put up 5592000 cane It is estimated that the apples frozen in the orchards in New York State urine the ecent cold spell were aboui500 000 barrels as The packages of tomatoes put up last DEST It Â¬ tzsr raKrfeotk tCfi3Ko r TLMEETfrv Irl THE WORLD New Typo 8 la fc -- iv j New Machinery New Presses Â¬ ostentatious and unprepossea inp pretentious and unattractive garnish and not yet brilliant contains three miltsof book cares eight feet high The dome whence the electric light irradiates tbe vast room is next to that of the Pantheon at Home the largest extant Epuni An English journalist describes Berlin A3STD Â¬ The reading room of the British Mu THE o Impnro Bl Cnrb Bode fa mcy slightly dirty wlilto color It of appear tvliite examined by lt cir-- bnt a ConPAKSSON 1VITIX coimenr 1IKAJCB Aitn aliow will and IlAMinEll tlio dlflercnce Sco that Tour Katctns Soda Is xvhltc and JftJRK an should bo ALT SIILAt SIIJISXAHCES Used for BEST OF o PEINTERS turitt have secured Marshalls new Jarger magnificent Steel Plate The Farmers1 Pride one of tbe finest works of this great artist whose pictures of Washing- Â¬ ton and Lincoln are of world wide repu- Â¬ So fine is Ibis new work that Mr tation Marshall received S3000 for engraving the steal plate alono It was so highly valued that thirty good judges subscribed 25 each for 30 copies of tbe first or artist proofs nnd no copy of the picture can be bought for less than So 00 But tbe publishers of the American Ag riculturist have just secured the Plate anrr having large facilities for multiplying it they prepose to present this Splendid Engraving on fine Plate paper 22xli3 delivered post pnid to every subscriber for volume 38 of that Journal who send 20 cents extra to cover cost of packing mailing and postage on tho engraving Â¬ Ddkixg 1879 23000 acres of prairie lauds in Minnesota weio planted with forest and rows of trees were planted along country highways to the extent of 2800 15 rodor about 878 miles ever force thee to break thy word to Ioe thy self resi ect to hate suspect curt e or deceive any one or to desire anything thatneed be covered with walls or veils A A CLEKGTjrAN recently said tnat many a one while apparently Tinging with all his might the lines Wore the whole realm of nature mine that were small was diligently a present far engaged with one hand in his pocret in scraping a three cent piec to mako sure that i3 was not a dime Bteahcaier Light cis food Subscribers can secure through this office the Cockier and the American Agriculturist both post paid for one year and also delivered free a copy of the above named Steel Plate Engraving that will be a great adornment to every home ALI THREE for only S2S5 Therefore 1 Think nothing profitable which who Â¬ Â¬ A simple bnt govern test cf tho comrfiratiTO Talus ot different tiremls ot Foda is to dissolve a dssert nxwnfiil of pneli kind mih about a pint of vater hot Trelerred in clear plaSsrs riirnnir until nil la thoroughly dusolvel Tha delete Â¬ rious Insoluble mutter in th inferior Eoctnvul bo afttr settling rase twenty minntes or sooner by the milky i ppeiiraue- - ot the i olntion end tne quantity of flatting flocky matter ac fho-s-- We Keep in Store a Well Selected Stock of to sonlifig toquabtj Be snra end astc for Church Cos Soda and see Oat their name is ou tbe package and you mllset the JiaiesSamlTrliitcst made Tne ran cttustntheouriirilk in preferrnce to Baking roiriler eaves twenty tiznza its cost See one poind packaga for valoablaTnfonna liaa and read carefully 3 SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER printe JTATiONERY Tho Cheapest Newspaper in OP ALL EUTDS if Q science accused him of being glad when he heard of a death and he became con Â¬ vinced that even the probability of an epidemic caused pleaurable emotion He therefore committed suicide leav-Â¬ ing a lettcrMn which he said that he could no longer remain in a business the pro- Â¬ fits of which were closely connected with A Sacramento undertakers con- Â¬ the South Weekly American NASHVILLE OKE DOLUI1 FOR A YEAR Â¬ human misery The better a man becomes tho stronger does the hope of the glory f going on take hold of his nature The instinctive expectation of life beyond the grave strengthens with the increase of virtue in the soul The man who lives best most keenly feels that life is worth living most resolutely turns away from the thought of its extincÂ¬ tion - 1 -- f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pared ior tiim an blow as split his heaiiTJpei ished tho bear which snorted a few It was a times and rolled over dead black bear known as an old ranger aud measured nine feet from the tip of his nose to the hind paws and weighed After he had killed over 450 pounds the monster young Oliver became fright- Â¬ ened aud standing there gazing upon his career tie says ne could leei nis own hair raise on end rerpeltial Motion Albert Pietrowski a Pole living in New York has a aiotor which he de-Â¬ clares when once started will run till it wear out The model that he exhibits conist3 of a pair of hollow metal wheels four feet in diameter which revolve on the same axui but in oppo ite directions Tho moving power is nine metal balls placed within the wheels so as to bear the rim down at first and then gravitate toward the axij where a side groovo ruus the balh otl to a grooved radius of the wheel revolving in the opnosito direction Four balls were placed in tho grooved radii of the first wheel anil fourin the radii of the second and when the mo- Â¬ mentum had been gained the ninth ball was added to give additional power To the axles of tho wheels which is also the axle of smaller grooved wheels that regulate tho speed of tho nichinery the shafting is applied Give me a cast iron wheel sixty feet and in diameter said Mr Pietrowski 1 will show you a m tor of 300 horse power that requires nothing to keep it in oi cration It will continue to run until tho material ia worn out Severalof the engineers who witnessed tho working of the Pie trow ki machine yesterday we o sanguine in the opini n that lor all practical purposes leaving out the engine of the locomotive and steamboat it will bo found of great value Square Fight with a Big Bear A young man of Orono ilaino named Oliver twenty two yearn old has just come off victorious in a fight with the first bearhe ever saw He had pushed his ax iuto a large holo in a trea and on striking something soft he cut a long pole wherewith to repeat the experiÂ¬ ment when without any dallying a As bruin poked huge bear appeared out his head young Oliver struck him a clip with his ax but only took off threo toe nails Tho bear then mads an angry plunge at Oliver and nearly succeeded in getting him with his ax into his den The young man had by this time concluded that it was either himself or tho bear so he doffed his coat and mittens and bracing himself struck tho old fellow a terrible blow on the head This seemed only to enrage him the more and as his eyes flashed fire his ears stood erect and his breast protruded and he made another dash at his in tended victim But Oliver was pre Â¬ Â¬ The next Presidential election will determine ques ions of vital importance to every citizen of tho Union Upon its results will depend the perpetuity of otrr All republican form of government these questions n ill ls thoroughly dis- Â¬ cussed in the present session of Congress It is our desire aud our purpose ko far ns we can contributP to thxt end that every citizen shall be fully informed upon all these questions of such vast mo- Â¬ ment Is our national government to be Is henceforth an imperial despotism Are the bayonet to rule tbe ballot Ihe rights of the States expressly re- Â¬ served in the Constitution ta yield to Shall arrogant centralized dictation nnd imperious pirty Uidors under Ihe crj of Liberjy rob the citizens of liberty Shall Mammon be the only deity who shall bo acknowledged as having divine riphts Shall labsr be deprived of its In order to bring it within just rewards the means of every man mechanic far- Â¬ mer and laborer in all vocations even in theie hard times to inform himself what political parties are propoing we have reduced the terms of tbo Weekly American to ONE DOLLAR a year For six months 75 cents Three months 40 cents The real value of tbe paper will not bo decreased with reduction of price but will be vastly Increased in proportion to price THE AMERICAN Address Nashville Tenn Â¬ Â¬ For Cards Circulars 1 lv Bill Heads Letter Heads Tags Posters Envelopes 3r Blanks Etc Etc WE DUPLICATE IS VSE HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Within the last few years there has been expanded a great deal of inventive thought aud genius upon what may prop- Â¬ erly be clnssed as household articles tho most noted results of which are the pro- Â¬ duction of the sewing machinethe wring- Â¬ er the washing machine the carpet c sweeper Almost every week wa chronicle the advent of some new inven- Â¬ tion by which the cares and labors of housekeepers arc lessened and womans work marie easier The newest thing to challenge our at- Â¬ tention and gladden the heart of the housekeeper i what is called the Novel ty Brush Holder Carpet Stretcher ana Sweeper a very simple contrivance de Â¬ signed to firmlg hold in position any kind of a brush or duster having an exten sien handle that enables ono to wash er 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 hald ing the brush firmly at an angle cleans Ihe carpet thoroughly raises no dust and does no wear the carpet like the ordinary broom or brush and will outwear a half dozen brooms As a han Â¬ dle for the scrubbing brush it is the best device ever made no more kneeling oa the floor no more back aches or sore fingers As a carpet stretcher it is worth its cost as a carpe of any size can be laid evenly without any of the labor and vexation usually attending such work It is stronir simple thoroughly mado cannot get out of order has no screws lever or hinges is compact cheap and durable Co It is manufactured by Brown Cincinnati tbe well known manufactur Â¬ ers of useful household articles and is sold only by their agents to housekeepers The real utility of this article will at once be seen by those most interested and we predict for it a large sale Every housekeeper in the land will want one Any reliable lady or gentleman wish Â¬ ing remunerative employment would do well to secure the agency for this county which can be done by enclosing a stamp for descriptive circular and terms to THE LATEST ISVEXTIOX rVl BROWN CO O Grand Hotel Building Cincinnati Louisville or Nashville Prices AND GUARANTEE THE PRINT TO BE JUST AS GOOD STANLEY IN AFRICA Written chiefly by 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