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said po Â¬ liceman is hereby fixed at 25 per cent upon all the fines imposedand collected from persons apprehended by him Sec 2 This ordinance to be in force from and after its passage aer MONTHLY REIfOJtT Price of Subscription FRIDAY 18 1880 Â¬ Of Commissioner of Agriculture Sor ticulture and Statistics A summing up of the crop prospects would show something like the following exhibit lF7ca The acreage pat to wheat last fall exceeds by full 20 par eent that of the fall previous The causes contributing to this result were the shortage ot the European crops the more than average per acreage yield of the previous years crop its superior quality and the ready sale at fair pri ces obtained for it Under these stim ulatiug iafluences a greater acreage was put to wheat than was ever sown in the State before In additios never before was there such pains taken in tho preparation of the ground in tho selection of the seed nor the tenth part of the money expended in the u of fertiliziBjp agencies ia the ho Â¬ JULY 9 UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT President H B Hayes Vice President Wm A Wheeler Secretary of State Wra A Earls Secretary Treasury John Sherman Secretary of War Secretary Nary Oen An Ordinance Wharfage ags tax upon all steamboats landing with in the corporate limits shall bff 20 per cent upon the amount of their freight bills where they do not exceed ten dollars and two dollars and fifty cents where tbeir freight bills aggregate ten dollars or ever All wharfage collected less commission for collecting to be set apart as a wharfage fund to be expended only in constructing anH keeping in repair a good Be it enacted by the City Council of the City Jliekman Sec 1 That hereafter thwharf Ramsey Thompson Secretary Interior Carl Churx Postmaster General David M Key Attorney General Charles Devcns STATE OFFICERS Goxernor Lake P Blackburn Lt GoTernor S Cantrell Secretary State S B Churchill ABtUUe of Stato Thos G Harris J SuteVaditor Payette Hewitt Trtaiarer James W Tate Enp WteiH ceTUfl Stats Printer -- ab IaiifHftttm ElTi8Porter llargis Judges Pu tidge OH Tryor Chief Justice Thomas Hincs and COURT OP APPAELS Thos 1 Cofer Fiflton County Qnarterly Court H C Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan- Â¬ uary April July and October MAGISTRATES COURTS conth County Court H C Bailey held every 2d Monday in each COURTS 1st District Esq Don ah o 2d Saturday n March June September and Decem- Â¬ ber Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in ame aonths 2d District Esq Goar 3rd Saturday in larch Jane September and December 2sn Miles 4th Monday in same months 3rd District Esq Reed 3rd Monday in March June September and December Esq Mayes 4th Saturday in same months 4th District Esq Dickinson 1st Mon Â¬ day in March Jane September and De- Â¬ Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in cember same months 6th District Esq Boaz 1st Wednesday in March June September and Dectmber Esq Collins 3rd Wednesday in same months ethDistrick Esq Jones 4th Wednes Â¬ day in March Juue September and De Â¬ Esq cember 2d Wednesday in same months Mayor n A Tyler City Judge George Warren City Attorny R T Tyler City Clerk R E Millet City Treasurer T P Fortune Gouneilmen T M French A A Far is L L Randle W B Plummer W T Backner H S Campbell City Marshal Jas A Warner Wm Young Wharfraaster Marketmaster Jas A Warner City Tax Collector Saml Landram Jr Sexton Peter George Dist School Trustees W L McCutch en Jno W Cowgtll Jas A Warner crrr officials L COUNTY OFFICERS Connfy Judge H C Bailey Oonnty Clerk Jno A Wilson Sheriff B R Walker Circuit Court Clerk T M French Assessor Jas Bushart A D Kingman County Attorney Jailer Frank Thomasson Master Commissioner J A Wilson County Sarreyor Robert McConnel v Coroner Circuit Judge W W Robertson Commonwealths Attorney B A Ncal stance removed from such lot or lots by the owner or agent of the same and if such water substance or matter is not removed after three days notice to the owner or agent of said lot or lots then the health officer may have the same done at the expense of said owner or agent and the cost for removal or abatement shall be assessed against such lot or lots and the cost thereof be recovered by warrant in the city court of Hickman and for his services in abating or removing such water matter or substance the health officer shall be allowed three dollars per day to be taxed in the cost of abating or removal by the city court of Hickman and recovered as the cost of removal c 4 The health officer shall have authori Â¬ ty to order the removal abatement and prevention of any and every sanitary nuisance in the city of Hickman and spec- Â¬ ify a reasonable time within which it shall be done and in the event of the failure of the owner agent or occupant of the prem- Â¬ ises to comply with the order of the health officer to so remove abate or prevent any sanitary nuisance within the time given he or she shall oe liable to a fine in the city court of Hickman of not less than ten rTinMJJjrwjnrTwmiMiIJIH aaii taxdVeTlo be recovered Vt ciuots at the August election where the city court of Hickman Sec 3 This act to take effect and be in every democrat can without inconvenience express his choice for a repro force from and after its passage sentative to Congress In regard to my political views upon all questions Health Ordinance they are too well known to the people Be it ordained by the City Council of Hick of the First Congressional District to man 1st That John W Cole is hereby ap- Â¬ I shall pointed health officer in and for the city require comment at this time have time to rest a little of Hickman for the ensuing twelve months ay soon as removable however at the optioa of tho and attend to my private matters which City Council I have wholly neglected during this 2 That it shall be the doty of said health session address the people in the dif officer to watch over the sanitary condi Â¬ ferent counties I take this occasion tion ef the city and to carefully guard against all cause of disease to use all to return my thanks to those who hon known measures to prevent the introduc- Â¬ ored me with their votes in the last tion and spreading of contageous or in- Â¬ election and hope I have not given fectious diseases and to perform such them any cause to regret their votes other duties as the City Council may from and I will be grateful to tho whole time to time determine necessary to pro mote the health of the inhabitants of the people whom I have attempted to serve faithfully and impartially for their city 3 That stagnant water or other antler support at the next election or substance deleterious to health shall Yours respectfully not remain upon any vacant lot or lots Oscar Turner and it shall be the duty of the health off- Â¬ icer to have any such water matter or sub- Â¬ Neighbors JW substantial wharf Sec 2 The owner or captain of any sieamDoat tailing or refusing to nar said 1111 tin ticipri rinuhla Tho first regular ses sion of the Forty sixth Congress has ended I know that I bavb served the people of my District faithfully I have voted on every question presented during the extra session and the regular session I have spoken when I deemed it necessary I have attend ed to the private wants of all as far as it was posMble My record ia before the country and I shall ask an en- Â¬ dorsement at the hands of the people at the November election You may therefore announce in your valuable paper that I am a candidate for re- Â¬ election I will here state that if any necessity for united action of the Dem ocritio party should arise er if the Democratic party think it advisable I win cneeriuuy suomit to a primary Â¬ Dear Sib MmW8 of the various farm products of tlfetate e I shall give premiums of Slfcjesch for five of the best samples of wBSAt that may be tent to this office Two iar the two best samples of white wheats Two for the two best samples of rtHtpr amber wheat and one for the fcSt sample of wheat for cultiva tioB low or flat lands all to be pass ed Bja by impartial and competent judBJtjrselected from different parts of the State Each sample must contain no than ne half bushel must be pat nearly in a sack with the namo andpMtofIce of the producer tbo nanijjf khe variety and the mode of cuItiM Harked distinctly upon it or elsejfc will not be considerld We cherJM the hope that the next Legis place at the disposal of the uepaflivit money sumciont to enable jtDDv premiums for Kentuoky at comport more nearly dignity of the State and LATfi Fadncahs WmMB The processh depot yesterday Oscar Turner wjftj posing It waT Court room and in the following retts brass band oni Tho liberi uniform with gs Fire engine foi Firemen on hs and Ladder coi Weil and Citjjti s ana citizens On the arrM X Weil welcota-e-lowing well i Passenverfi Cannot be Detain ed er Non Payment Parity Wit or Fare ii ls if latuU -- From late decisions of courts it seems that railroad conductors cannot detain a passenger who does not pay bis fare A case in point is thatof aMr Lynch who lately recovered averdict against one of the Elevated Railroad Com panies in Now York He bought a ticket and took a seat in the cars at an up town statioc of the Metropolitan Company and rode to Rector street Arriving there he could not find his ticket What became of it is not known to history The passenger ex plained his loss to the gatemao who said that tho rule of tho company was hatoj Ma that he should buy another and drop it in the box andthat he would not tiva of theuit o idi be sllowodto leave the station until betthe na d done so The passoner4eclined Coagresi Â¬ v3 T1 ruumHwaiKraaa fsreiga desMad for it pondents are not mistaken and speak from and for every part of the State the bright anticipations of last fall on whatever based vill fall short of realization From the time of its sowing through all of its stages pto iuo Harvesting mis crop in oae jeeaii ty or another in the State has eaeaaa tered some of the troubles to which it is liable viz Fly rust or dry weatfa er at inopportune times o o And throughout the entire State it hasraf fered for the want of that vitaKty to the soil that can be brought abitif only by winter froezes The Mse quonces are that the crop is irregalar uoiu in yieiu ana quality dependant on the attendant conditions In strong well prepared fallow land in most in- Â¬ stances the product is all iai could be asked tor in both qualuwnd yield whereas in thin land andBarn tnnn after corn the crop in btJjjEarticvlars is unsatisfactory TheA ftlusioa is that notwithstanding Lsf Beady ia creased acreage the aggregate crop is uoi imeiy to roacn mat oi im previous year Certainly taking it altogether it will fall quite below it it qaality An extract or so from correspondents from different parts of the State will perhaps furnish tho best basis for apv proximate conclusions Mason eonnty one of the largest wheat producing counties in the State reports her crop as satisfactory both in product and quality whereas Chris tian offtets it by the statement waeat was injured by the rust to such as ez tent that most of the grain is SBsall and indifferent and I suppose not over a half crop will be made Alex Camp bell E D Powell of Hehdersos reports not more than a half croc W B Machen of Lyon The wheat crap large tu area out u will 801 Da go IB production J L Neal of Mereer Wheat is shriveled writes -- ejfcuafMUa iimL aavra M i ra 9 the I Oar WEEKLY Courier Journal EEPXESESTATITE SEWSPAKR 07 THE SOUTH A GOOD PAPER FOR ALL SECTION Will be sent one year postage free r TWO DOLLARS which amount will t -elude a handsome premium in the sh c of a book or a knife or various articles oCuse and beauty as may be selected from our printed lists A sample copy of the Weekly Courier Journal and a circu- Â¬ lar containing the fall list- of premiums will be sent en application Toe Courier Journal is a combination made in 18S8 of three old Louisville paÂ¬ pers viz the Journal established in 1830 the Courier in 1843 and the Democrat in 1844 Its reputation is national as well as its circulation and it is pronounced eno of tho ablest and best arranged pa Â¬ pers in the world its matter being espe Â¬ cially adapted to the Merchant the Far Â¬ mer and the Family Circle Choice from standard books of the times and a choice eelection of the leading mag Â¬ azines or illustrated periodicals of the day furnished in combination with the Weekly for a mere pittance in addition to the price of the Courier Journal alone During the remainder of 1879 and through 1880 the Weekly Courior-Jour-nwithout premiums will be sent to clubs of five or more persons at 1 60 each and for every cl b of five the club raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to any address free for a year Daily Courier Journal 12 a year post Â¬ age free Sunday Courier Journal 2 a year postage free No travelling agents are employed by the Courier Journal Company but a lib eral cash commission or handsome prem- Â¬ iums tf ill be given to persons known to the community they reside in who will act as local agents Any one who de- Â¬ sires to act and to assist inexteBding the circulation of a paper that cannot be but beneficial to any community in which it say be generally read will upon ap Â¬ plication be supplied with an agents outfit free ef charge For specimen copies circulars etc address W K HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky al covered by warrant rakettouVrTiBaTd health officer in ihe city court ot Hick Â¬ man and for each of said warrants so taken out the health officer shall be al Â¬ lowed 25 per cent of what is recovered and collected in such case 6 It shall not be lawful for any person to suffer or permit any decayed vegetable or animal matter slop trash dirt or stagnant water to be and remain upon tbeir lot or premises in the city of Hick- Â¬ man and it shall be the duty of the health officer after two days notice if such is not removed or abated to have warrant issued from the city court of Hickman against the persons owning or occupying said lot or premises and upon conviction of a violation of this ordinance such person shall be fined by said city court not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars 6 lt shall not be lawful for any per Â¬ son to permit any kind of dirt or filth to 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 ten dollars nor more than twenty dollars to be recovered by warrant in the city court of Hickman 7 Be it further ordained that all vaults or pits now in use or heretofore used as priTies be thoroughly cleaned out and then filled to the level of the earth with good clean dry dirt or clay on 6r before the 16th day of March 1880 and upon a failure to do the occupant or owner of the premises upon which said sink or pit may be found shall each be fined in a sum of not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars and each day after the 15th day of Altrch next shall be considered a separate offense said fines to be recovered by war rant in the city court 8 The health officer is authorized to have all pits and sinks used as privies cleaned out and filled up as above direct- Â¬ ed and the expenses thereof including three dollars for his services for super Â¬ intending the cleaning and filling of such pit or sink to be taxed against the owner or occupant of the premises to be recov ered by warrant in the city court in the name of the city and the premises upon which the pit or sink is found shall be subject to the payment of the same 8 These ordinances to be in force from and after their passajze the Canadian line are in trouble The United States made up a problem over which they punle with all the ardor of 13 15 14 That we should trade with them is necessary to Canadian prosperity yet that trade continually assumes forms and manifests influences that excite the Canadian gall and arouse every inch of his proverbial pride Now the States are a rich neighs bor whom it is well to be on good terms with then they are an enemy whose presence cannot be escaped but against whose machinations every precaution must be taken The last Canadian precaution was the adoption of an iron clad system of protection by whioh the Americans were to be made to feel what an important thing it must be to lose Canadian trade and Canada was to be made independent by having high duties on goods that paid only low duties before Bat still Canada is not happy- - Adopt HUaifHiJluynije Uiuyr it seems to be just the policy that helps the United States to flourish and Canada to encounter additional dim cutties Since the Canadian protec- Â¬ tive tariff came into operation Cana dian trade has got worse Toronto droops and Montreal hangs its head In the meantime Canadian residents cross the line by hundreds and become good American citizens and this is the bitterest grievance all of We feel no satisfaction from Canadas woes The country is a fine one and ought to prosper and we believe it will do so from the time it adopts cordial friendly feeling towards the States lavs aside petty jealousy and allying itself with them in devotion to human libers ty and human progress marches side by side with it on the way to prosperi ty and solid success Â¬ Â¬ Oar neighbors on the other siJe of in Canada The Cheapest NewsfpiTlE the Sonth Weekly American NASHVILLE ONE DOLLAR FOR A YEAR Â¬ -- The next Presidential election will determine questions of vital importance to every citizen of the Union Upon its A WEEK-- S12 day at 72 mode Costly outfit freehome J results will depend the perpetuity of eur Address republican form of government All True Co Augusta Maine apldO these questions will be thoroughly dis- Â¬ We have a speedy and positive Care for cussed in the present session of ConCatarrh Diptheria Canker Moulb and gress It is our desire and our purpose Headache in SHILOHS CATARRH REM so far as we can contribute to that end EDY A nasal injector free with each that every citizen shall be fully informed bottle Use it Jf you desire health and upon all these questions of such vast mo- Â¬ sweet breath Price 60cts Sold by Buck ment Is our national government to be henceforth an imperial despotism Is Cowgill Hickman Ky the bayonet to rule the ballot Are the rights of the States expressly re- Â¬ A STRANOE PEOPLE to yield to Do you know that there are strange served in the Constitution Shall arrogant people in our community we say strange centralized dictation because they seem to prefer to suffer and and imperious party leaders under the pass their days miserably made so by cr of Libeny rob the citizens of liberty Dispepsia and Liver Complaint Indiges Shall Mammon be the only deity who tion uonstipation and General uebility shall be acknowledged as having divine Shall laber be deprived of its when SHILOHS VITAL1ZER is guaran Â¬ rights In order to bring it within Cow just rewards teed to cure them Sold by Buck the means of every man mechanic far- Â¬ gill Hickman Ky mer and laborer in all vocations even in these hard times to inform himself what Five Hundred Tboasnad Strong In the past few months there has been political parties are proposing we have mors than 600000 bottles of Sbilohs Cure reduced the terms of the Weekly Amerisold Out of the vast number of people can to ONE DOLLAR a year For six who have used it more than 2000 cases months 76 cents Three months 40 cents of Consumption have beea cured All The real value of the paper will not be Coughs Croup Asthma and Bronchitis decreased with reduction of price but yield at once hence it is that everybody will be vastly increased in proportion to speaks in its praise To those who have price THE AMERICAN not used it let us say it you nave a Address Nashville Tenn Cough or your child the Croup and you valae life dont fail to use it For lame at Back Side or Chest use Shilohs Porous 5toS20Pcr dfty5 frec homc- - Samples Addreg8 SlIjr worh Plaster Sold by your Druggist For sale eov Co Portland Maine by Buck Cowgill Hickman Ky op30 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Flushing Everyone is familiar with the word flush as applied to tlio crimsoned cheeks when the minute capillaries before in visible become suddenly gorged with blood The sudden full inflow is the leading idea The word has for a long time been apÂ¬ plied to tho cleansing of sewers by a copious amount of water suddenly let into them and which stirs up tho foul contents and bears them before it in its rush This method of cleansing the sink and soil pipes of our dwellings should be systematically and thoroughly employed An ordinary stream will flow over the sediment and allow it to accumulate so as in time to fill and always to be send ing back its odor to tho house The dif- Â¬ ficulty is increased in our sink pipes by the carelessness of servants in allowing peelings parings and bits generally to enter the pipe and by the many greasy particles which constantly pass down It is well once or twice a week to remove the strainer and having filled a bucket with boiling water to pour the latter into the sink at once at the same time opening the faucet to the boiler and allowing the whole to run two or three minutes This will dissolve the greasy particles and carry everything off and render the pipe clean ana sweet The word of late has been happily applied to tho proper airing of a room by opening the door and the windows in the front and rear so as to secure as far as possible a full rush of tho air through This is the more necessary since the most dangerous impurity tho effluvium from the skin is not like the gases subject to the law of diffusion but tends to settle upon tho floor furnituro and bcdclothing A mere opening of a window howevei long amounts to but little beyond cool- Â¬ ing the room Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A New York dry goods bouse vlucri made 20000000 in the boom in dry goods this year it is said have con- Â¬ tracts out for goods which show lossos or nearly 2000000 Here is what the Cincinnati Corn mercial said of Oen Garfield a day or jarfield two before his nomination may spring into momentary vision the galleries may cheer as they behold the fizz of the tupenny rockets that indicate his yarniogs but his record would be lead and bis final weakness a discouragement to the Republican party Â¬ irHf8- - ga Mr Leonard W Jerome ona of the leading and wealthy Republicans of New York city has written Gen Hancock a letter which has been published telling him that he would support him for the presidency Ho says that moderate Republicans cannot consist Â¬ ently refuse to vote for Gen Hancock Potter Palmer of Chicago a hereto fora staunch Republican is out for Hancock Â¬ Â¬ hand man locked up in a police station He our aoie xtnPPHBBPr the uoo rectioa st iiverton Col recently Tho brought suit and the companys rule gross of the omtes States is no less by clumsy bands the walls erected by news was spread that he was in town of imprisoning a passenger for nons gratifying to me than the pleasure of inefficient builders and the floors laid and the miners immediately hired a payment of fare was adjudged lynch receiving you as one of our own par- Â¬ by poor workmen the master builder who attempts the completion of the Dozens of willing hands law and he was awarded 81000 dams ticular friends hall for him The services you have rendered to edifice will be constantly tearing away soon stocked it with rude benches ages Thero is a well established rule that the people of our district and to the some of the rubbish that he finds in An extempore stage was erected for non payment of fare a railroad entire country and especially to the the building With his best efforts ho Lights were arranged around the large the bewildered necromancer company may put a passenger off the people of this city entitles you to their can only produce a clumsy patched room and train This must be done humanely commendation and we have come to awkward piece of workmanship was introduced to this hurriedly cod What teacher has not experienced amid loud and pro- without unnecessary violence and after day to do honor to whom is due stracted theatre Elected by the people to this high this trouble Who cannot testify that longed oheermg A miner took tha a train has been atopped at some place door and announced that he bad none where a passenger can shift for himself and honorable position the keen eyes it is much easier to teach a child right But under tboso oondi of both parties had been upon you at first than to eradicate the false im- Â¬ of those new fangled arrangements with safety tions the conduotor has authority to but to your credit be it said that the pressions already made on his mind oaltd tickets with oowponds on em but all who wanted to see the fun expel a tickotless passenger This record you have made is one that we But the poor builder makes the most show during the first few weeka of his must plank down a dollar and a half looks like an extraordinary privilege all have reason to bo proud of To you sir we owe an especial debt work He rushes on rapidly soon Many handed him a two dollar bill allowed to railroads for collecting their It was to your active completes his sandy foundation and and some gave five and would take fares and has led railroad men to sup of gratitude no change The Hall was crowded pose that they might claim a similar and untiring devotion and to your en- begins to erect walls thereon before the have appeared above And die Wizard of the West changed privilege of detaining a passenger for ergy that prooarred for us aa appro- best workmen A conductor priation for the erection of a public ground Just so it is with the besC coins from one dish to another drew the want of a ticket If I may put hfm out I can building which the public wants have teachers Those who wish to make a untold wanders from a hat and played reasons keep him in The two things are demanded for tweuty years and which fine display can easily do so It is an other old trioks amidst shouts and Almost every one may when completed will be not only use- Â¬ easy matter to take children through yells of applause The easy and fa Â¬ very different miliar manner with which ho handled stop services or supplies it payment is ful and ornam3ntal but will stand liken their a b abs and to make a fine dis- Â¬ The basis of ex wiso as an enduring monument to your play of their talent in spelling But cards won their unbounded admira- not made when due polling a passenger is simply this that ability as a legislator and to your zeal it is quite a different thing to teach tion and when he allowed a miner to tho fire a revolver at bim and then caught if the passenger will not pay the com- for the welfare of your constituents them the sound of every letter th ball in bis teeth the crowd unani Â¬ pany may decline to carry him any And when we consider that you was meaning of each word the proper To allow detention of a pas- the only member in Congress of more place for the hyphen and tho location mously voted him a boss and were further Those who use the with difficulty prevented from practi senger after his ride because be has than fifty asking similar appropria- of the capitals and you a ciion bim with their pistols at once not paid his faro would be allowing to tions succeeded in new member at that old time rhyming spellers are apt to getting an appropria make more progress than those who do Tlley gave him tho entire proceeds the company a very extraordinary who this character through both wtfildnt take a cent for the ball and remedy viz imprisonment for debt tion of of Congress we can scarcely not For that reason the old blue back is the most popular book in America When Mr Lynch teok that ride to Houses 14 ides paid bis bill at the hotel Rector street it was upon the condi Â¬ accora to you sumcient praise As many trustees and parents will use Then again sir in the name of a it perhaps a few hint3 on how to teach tion or agreement that ho should pay He Preferred to Wallc jrratctul people trom mo a it would not be out of place For the Shes pretty hot aint she said a ten cents Perhaps the ticket was at hearty welcome receivo benefit of those young teachers who his risk and tho loss was his perhaps kkwoods naseenser addressing the After Mavor Weil had finished his are compelled to teach these rhyming he did not buy a ticket The worst laineer of a Mississippi steamer that that can be said is that when he reach- Â¬ speech of waloome the procession to- Â¬ spellers I shall give a few suggestion r3 racing with another boat ed Rector Btreet he owed the company gether with Mr Turner marched up from Prof A S Welch principal of So so responded the engineer as ten cents This debt may be collected Broadway in about the same order as Michigan State Normal School i hung an additional wrenoh on the 1 Give the lessons in the order in in the courts in the same manner as befora stated fety valve to stop the steam from NIGHT SESSION which they stand in these suggestions any other petty demand If thisout scaptng At 8 oclock notwithstanding the not in the text book if look is not satisfactory the company l MWVM ve ltrAfnlr A rann UUV VVVUMU a fhofr Vll has abundant liberty to make sure of threatening storm a largo and enthu 2 Study each lesson carefully so inrnnfldthanasgenger XRTTTrTIeTrpwfriifi XOlLeJlliDiLJaMneJgrcjLajaiJbX fiSjM Uiantio crowd gathered in the court that you may be able to give not the SodLltresTran-dga-iio--eo- ports harvest progressing satisfactori eer giving tho cords another twitch and guards which prevent any from house ysftTto meet ouTdrstrnguiihedj Iaogtiage buftFe order and properties and promises a eoed vield Dr R G Let them member of Congress Mr E W Bag it presents without the book A bnltnninrr thrnnrrfi tfin Irnmnof tn entering until he has paid take up the tiokots as strictly as they by one of the beat speakers in this Spurr of Fajetto writes 3 If the lesson be on a visible ob On cloverfhe fireman to shove her up please before passengers enter the cars Congressional District delivered the ject always have that object at hand or other good land good on tired or One hundred and ninety five poor land very poor W L Rand bummed the passenser looking first but they are not warranted in impris welcoming address which was a most where the child can inspect it of Lewis county states 4 Encourage the pupil to answer The WbeaUUt tha rruace and then nt tlm boilers oning them after the trip A similar elegant and highly interesting pero- Â¬ case is that of the Harvard student in ration although he had only been no- every question himself and try to bo crop turns out a No 1 Thats about where shes rustica- Boston last summer Meaning t to go tified day before yesterday that he get in him the habit of accuracy in The foregoing indicate the opinion ting but in the engineer to Newport only he bought at the Old would be expected to bo the citys expression of our corps of correspondents and Then the passenger ran his fingers 5 Prepare yourself if necessary furnish a fair index to both the qaali- through his hair nervously and walk- Colony Railroad Depot a through tick spokesman on that occasion After ty and quantity of the present crop ed about the decks for a fow minutes et to New York His reason was that Mr Bagby had finished Col Turner for giving the lessons in drawins by It may be remarked that very general- when he came back to the engineer the fare from Boston to Newport was amid great enthusiasm took the stand previous practice on the board Your ly throughout Southern Kentucky and and observed SI 60 while the through fare was re and made one of the most sensible perseverance will bo rewarded by your extending through Tennessee and part Hadnt you better Icavn that boat duced by competition to SI But when talks it has been our pleasure to hear own improvement 6 Let the object lessons harmonize of Georgia the complaiot is general of go the boat reached Newport tho officers for a long time He gave a short and would not allow him to leave on his concise account of himself while iu the with rather than supercede other ex- Â¬ the immature or shriveled condition of Cant do it Must pass her Now York ticket they kept him on halls of Congress dwelling principally ercises the wheat Our information as to the They should aid not hinder But sposia we should blow up Western crops oovering both its ex- Â¬ said the engineer as ho board by force until he paid the extra on the subject of the Custom house the round of daily recitations Well 7 Add lessons of your own to each tent and quality as well as our infor Â¬ peeped over the guags to see how fast sixty cents The court said that this which elicited vociferous and enthusi Â¬ mation as to the foreign crop prospects he was gaining if its the will of Provi- was false imprisonment The company astic applause The rain caused Col series The limits of thi9 column both important factors in determining dence for this boat to blow up well was entitled to the full way fare and Turner to cut short bis speech to the leave mush for you to do in this retho price of the home product forces have to stand it Then be halloed might bring an action for the part ua regret of all present as they seemed spect 8 Be thoroughly in earnest Vi Â¬ the conclusion upon us that not verv to the fireman to roll up another cask paid but for imprisoning tho passenger anxious to hear from him at length high prices need be expected for our of bacon and to mix plenty of rosin it was adjudged to pay 75 damages After he had finished the crowd sought vacity 13 diffusive so is dullness Ins most merchantable wheat Perhaps the with the coal and give her a little Some years earlier a passenger over shelter in tbo court bouso when Major difference on the part of the class will this same road lost his ticket during Cobb read the following letter from be due to the teacher top of the market has been touched at more turpentine and oil the night Thero was no disputing Mr Turners most estimable lady Lesson 1 The class standing be 75 or 80 cents per bushel The next moment tbero was a Fertilizers The concurrent est splash in the river but before the that he had paid faro and received a which was ordered printed in the daily fore the black board the teacher prints the word hair mony of our correspondents from re- yawl could be lowered the man had ticket for ho bad showed tho ticket to papers of the city Teacher Do you see children tho suits obtained and noted from their succeeded in reaching the Bhore and the clerk on applying for a berth and MRS TURNERS LETTER- again to the steward in tbo cabin when use would encourage the use of fertil- Â¬ halloed out Dr R Saunders I cannot express word I have printed on the board izers in the production of wheat Children Yes sir But the Go on with the race I guess Ill his berth was found for him one else to you my disappointment at not being T Will you remember it if I tell Corn collector said that if any Tho oorn crop not only walk able to go to Paducah to day Surely should find it ho could travel upon it tho Fates must owo me a grudge and you what it is throughout the State but throughout C Yes sir and he therefore insisted that the pas- have taken this means of paying it the West taken as a whole never A Political Sermon T Well it is the name of what senger should pay his faro again The for I am prostrate on a bed of sickness looked more promising than now Detroit Free Press officers kept the passenger on board grows upon each of your heads what The harvest being eight to ten days Speaking of nominations at the Lime by force for an hour or two and then and cannot even sit up for an hour It is that earlier than usual owfhg to the mild is bad enough to be siqk but to know winter pressing the wheat forward to Kiln Club the other night Brother allowed bim to depart only upon his that I miss the pleasure of meeting my C Hair Git an hones man leaving his watch as a pledge that be Pointing to the board T earlier maturity and the contiuued Gardner said Look husbands friends renders my illness at the word and pronounce it rains of the past few days have inter inter pollyticks if you want to make a would return and pay the fare which doubly painful The rascal of bim git a laborin man to he did But be sued for false impris- Â¬ possd to prevent the usual cultivation Present my regards to all who are children repeat the word several times whoopin for some candydate if you onment after the teacher The Judges said that the Now children can given to this crop Weeds have been What loss of the ticket was probably his own kind enough to inquire for me Say you tell mo what the hair on your necessarily permitted togrow and the want to all the poo houses to Major Cobb I expect him to make ground must be left to bake in the con- does any man in dis club keer who am loss and the company wa9 very likely my excuses in his own felicitous bead is good tor Boy To keep our heads warm dition in which the recent heavy rains nominated or who am looted If de entitled to collect fare but they had manner have left jt how it will be afferd by Publicans git in dc price of blaokin no right to imprison him to compel I thank you arTyjerely for this T That was a brave answer God ips de same If ue Dime him to pay it The tioket takers might inese is to he sees iiesidcs tb my noble makes hair grow to cover onr heads fi Of ttflUfl ffaslun keep the passenger waiting for a few Now keep tbem yoa sisiffitu corn husband RPPMTifni you cer- Â¬ and me anything warm that hair cangood Hj an Ti IS BBBBBBBVTr p or down a peg wo moments while they investigated the tainly win a way to my inneim03t tell else is Uerc oiuiug aim Ulliug It an yell an fight an poll case and satisfied themselves whether for Think a minute Impossible to forecast the orop from Children think heart a vote dat weighs a pound but when ho was an honest man who had lost Well if John me present Dright outlook Again regretting that I cannot go but cannot answer de tators am gone next winter who am a tiokot or a fraud But if they did I remain truly your friend hadnt any hair on bis head would ha Meadows and Grasses After all the goin fill up de bin When de wood more than this look as well as he does now if the jury believed predictions as to tbeir failures the am to Eugenie Turner When de that the passenger was kept not merely out who will buy mo meadows will generally turn off a fair C No sir Louisville July 1 flour barrel am empty will de Presi to learn the facts but to compel him T Woll then besides keeping our crop The grass pastures have held dent fill it De culled man take him to pay tboy should give him damages heads warm hair 13 pleasant to look at up surprisingly considering their un- Â¬ as he was Cat sausage Hair is beautiful The children all favorable start in the spring The of brains born hasnt any greatusmount And they givo him 50 Doan let dart Chambers Journal Bays Ludlow repeat to spar Hair is beautiful summer grazing has been good and foro street a very unsavory quarter of now dat wo know nuff to take car T Now then let as talk abonl tbo under tho influence of the recent rains of Emigration to Colorado New York is inhabited chiefly if not become fools to benefit ourselves What is the color of oolor of hair tbo pastures roust spring into newness A corrspondent of tho Chicago wholly by Poles They aro tho cat anybody Let em fight it out De Pointing to Henry of life Tribune writingfrom Colorado Springs meat purveyors of the city hunting Henrys hair kentrys gwino to stay right heab no C It is black JLtfc Stock Live stock throughout matter which side wins One hour May 15th says Tho tide of travel the streets at night to capture cats s l T What is the color of Williamd the State is reported in unusually among the garden truck will do more wnicn nas set towards uotorado is for sausage Three of them especially hair good condition and exempt from di- Â¬ fur without parallel in her history Peo devote themselves to getting feeding von next winter dan a week of C It is light seases except a little cholera among whoopin for somebody who dont know pie aro at the present time pouring in and breeding cats for the table The T What is the color of Annas hogs in one or two localities No illu- Â¬ you and to Denver at the rate of over 1000 a cats captured are carefully examined wouldnt speak to you if he hair sion is made to distemper that infect did Pollyticks buys beer but it wont day The train which brought me Those in good plight are at once kill Brown sir C ed the younger horse stock in the ear buy bread Candidates pat ye on the carried 700 passengers while two oth ed The others are fattened When T Yes and Thomas hair is auburn ly spring The wool and lamp crops back to day and tell you to morrow er roads had their loads of living kept in a yard the walls are smeared and James is sandy and it of the present year have given a fresh to go to the poor house I dont pur freight to empty into tho lap of the with somothing so obnoxious to the light browD Now tell moHelms tho impetus to sheep husbandry and more tend to say how you shall vote but do City of the Plains sbt At tho present feline nature that no cat will pass it color of your grand fathers is persons are turning tbeir attention in culled man who has any sense will rate of travel over 100000 people will A recent visitor to a Ludlow street Boy Gray that direction than ever before We stick to his cabbages an let de whoop- Â¬ be added to Colorados population yard says It presented a most arons T Now all repeat the name3 of hope that the day is not distant when in be whooped Most of those iog spectacle About 100 cats of all up by sioh folks as before tho 1st of July Black light brown our mountain friends will seo a surer enjoy who came aro bound for tho mines sizes colors and oges were sleepiDg colors after me going bar footed in Jinuary and spedicr road to wealth in sheep and the Gunnison country is a goal eating and quarreling and oatwauling auburn sandy light brown Teacher now prints tha words of husbandry than in the pursuit of the The Democratic nominations were for which the greater part of them have all grades being represented from the one syllable on the board in a column treasuries that lie hid in their moun received in Connecticut as everywheie set out They go to make or break handsome Angora and Maltese to tbo repeat tains elo with unbounded enthusiasm most of them will break They do not homely back yard Tom When con Â¬ and makes the children familiar them vith Fruits The fruit crop promises to bo The New Haven Register says that the come to work but with the vain delu- Â¬ sidered fit for eating the eats are Bold after bim until they are the form of each word abundant There will be no scarcity ticket will receive the votes of a host sion that thoy will in somo unaccoun to small bntcbers wbo make o speciali of any kind Perhaps there never of Republicans in that city table manner pick up gold Tbo ty of cat sausage The delicacy bad n Wb have the prombo of several was in the Stato a more promising Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Com Â¬ ready sale which is ever increasing prospect for grapes In several Eastern States a strong pany has a standing advertisement call- Those who indulge in it declare eat specimen copies of educational jonrv On a review of the entire situation movement is being made to stop Sun ing for 1000 men to work on an ex- meat superior to nas Those who wish to examine tha any rabbit throughout tho State and the outlook day railroad work It is exclaimed tension of the road Notwithstanding Eelectia Teacher The Normal Teacher is cheerful that while thero may bo a shadow of good wages are offered it cannot obThis is a big countrvl While Deo- The last Legislature plaeed at the excuse for running a passenger and tain the required number although ple were dying ono day last week in The Teaehera Gnide or Tho 35duea disposal of this Department 8500 to be mail train each way daily on tho great many thousaud able bodied men will iNew Jtors Irom tho effects of heat tional News Gleaner will plensa let mo uued at its discretion in the analysis of through lines there is no excuse for spend tho summer iu idleness ia the a snow storm dispersed tbo strikers at know immediately We onght to read fertilizers and in giving premiums for running freight traius Gunnison I more educatioDsl jouroib Loadvillo Col height tv - S City sabsequent days work In building we are very particular about the foun First Uar- Laoiforoj sec dation on whioh we build The size is r tt areas shape and durability of the strnctaro im t fotdsl third depend upon the manner in which tho saKiaft fifth first corner stone is placed If this ia 11 sixrfc rHoofc firmly and securely fixed in its plaec iventh Mayor in suob a manner as to bo ready to rein carnages ceive additional mason work at each end and the top is well prepared for train Mavor roer in the foi- - the next layer of building material the work will progress steadily rapid Â¬ rde ly and every piece of timber well pre- Â¬ IDDRESS pared will fit securely on the founda- Â¬ ktkerpresenta tion But if tho corner stone is set raatMah andro wrong the whole building is crookod le of the first and disjointed and warped out of lBBkyJL place r giviasr the ettULiiaj ivnramg io yea Just so itis ia ri inreriessoB is imj rKthe can teach children tho alphabet and that no experience is required to give Tamer to children their first lesson But prise went to the old and experienced teachers know ft meet Hon that more depends on the first days1 md and im work in tho school room than on any Â¬ 4i Many persons think that anybody itBreadway Â¬ - - of Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 VI V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- - I Â¬ uwreai manifestatiornflpjr 1 Â¬ a iir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tsj V fe-- wmmmammmmmmmKmmmmmmmmMmm n irrmmmmmmmmMmmmmt to - mm iiinn BV iiiii ii i n - MM mi f - i - - vTtBo f i - - THE HICKMAN COURIER IW81IIXG TO HANCOCK CJiIirigSiciilIcJins will TUBLISIIED EVKRT TBIDAT HICK3IAN OrncK KENTUCKY Clinton Street VTtttcrn Kentucky llclnie Buildinp The OUtett Newtpaptrin George Warren Etlitor Price of Subscription FRIDAY rort rEttiiiENT WINFI3LD SCOTT EANCOCS of lcnnsjlvania 2 JULY 9 1880 tor vicn Y II rREsiDEST ENGLISH of Indiana On our first page will be found Turner for Congress a letter from the Hon Oscar Turner a4 authorizing the announcement of his name as a candidate for re election to Congress Col Turner has made an able active and faithful representative nadMhlSeerifihftheiconceded by many Vnthwiasti Wf P f T 4n incut Republicans of New York called ly endorsed by hisoT supporters e siys on him last week and pledged their believe there will be no democratic op Â¬ I am only one of the nroy of Repub One of thorn said that there position to his re election and of licans who will vote for support Geseral Hancock course Republican opposition will be for these reasons only oie of many of were uino Republicans in the house the Republicans in this merely pro forma In some circles call oldest me to say that they city who whero he boarded all of whom would upon would be there is a lingering opposition to Tur ashamed of themselves if after all their vote for Hancock worda of praise and thanksgiving fur the ner based upon differences as to party salvation of FMladelpbjA from fire and From the 1st of July the Louisville organization and this clement may rebel contributions in 1803 they should and Nashville and Chattanooga railbringforward a Democratic candidate now voto against the man who did the most of the work Qen Garfield is a good roads commenced charging the Adams or some aspirant may taiount this sent man but we owe him nothing compared Express Companys messengers full iment as a cause for candidacy Be to the debt of llancock When told that fare and also charge them full sched to vote for Hancock Is to vote a Demothis as it may it is unmistakably true crat 1 reply that tho partition between ule rates for all freight transported by that Turner is stronger before the peo- the two parties is very thin r them There seems to be a determina pin of the District to day than ever Forney claims that he comes out for tion to run the Adams out of the bus Iteforc in his history and hence it will Hancock not only from his own judg- Â¬ ines at all hazards take the strongest kind of a candidate ment but after consultation with thouto stand any chance against him for election Belting in New York sands of Republicans In cenfirmation Wall Street Daily News as Btated above he holds his old sup- Â¬ The announcement of the nomination of this claim we see that Gen Pearson porters to a man and has made con Â¬ of General Hancock gave very general siderable gains from the ranks of those Chairman of the Pittsburgh Republi satisfaction to the Democrats in Wall who heretofore voted against him In can Committee- - and by report a man street In tbe stock exchange bets were offered 81 00 to S80 that Hancock Congress he has hewn to tbe line for of commanding influence in the party would be elected and the brokers were the strictest party organization and in has tendered his resignation and is very enthusiastic Messrs Bouvier this respect has acted as rigidly and out for Hancock The following is a Wallace offered to wager 81000 on the promptly as any of the nominees electelection of tbe Democratic nominee ed Turner has always been a true copy of his letter resigning the chair R S Elliott offered to wager S500 to and uncompromising Democrat upon manship of the city Republican Ex 8450 on Gen Hancocks election Mr Wormser offered to bet S500 the same all questions of party principles bnt ecutive Committee way and W L Kennedy offered to was independent in revolt against the Dear Sir Having concluded to sup wager 250 that Hancock will sweep authorities of the party The author- Â¬ port Gen Hancock for President I very the State No bets were taken but J ities of the party elected to have a respectfully tender my resignation as R Dillon offered to wagor that the Chairman of the City Republican Execunominating convention and Turner tive Committee of Pittsburgh Entertain- stock market would drop from five to ing the preferred a primary election Either on that highest regard for every member ten per cent the day after Hancocks committee yet I conceive it my election Wm L Soott has telegraph node is unquestionably democratic duty to sover my political connection with cd an offer to bet S25000 on the elec Very resgectfully but it is equally true that the party the committee tion of General Hancock A L Pearson committee is the authority to say which In New York Leonard Jeromo and Gettysburg mode of organization shall be used From the Courier Journal other prominent and wealthy Republi- Â¬ and when they say it is the duty of all The proposition of Gen Alpheus good democrats to fall into line The cans have published letters declaring Baker for a great reunion of the sol- democrats of this District are familiar their active and entbusiastio sunnnrt dlers wno lought in the Union and r 7 with the arguments used pro and corr f Hancock ITr f - is no doubt of nnfjueuie nrmtci a OuIUbburt There 3cene of Gen Hancocks most bril on this issue and the hopeless split Hancock carrying New York and if liant millitary achievement is one The Courier which it engendered which wo believe will be thoroughly half the reported defection in Pennsyl Â¬ in the lat election believing that acceptable to those who wore the blue either mode was democratic and be- Â¬ vania be true there can be little doubt and tboso who woro the gray That lieving that a primary election would but that Pennsylvania may be counted was the decisive battle of the war It was theGeld where the grandest deeds restore harmony and heal the unfor- in the llancock column of valor were performed by the sol- Â¬ tunate seism in the party in this DisIn Illinois we note also that sumo diers of both armies Here Hancock met the tremendous charge of Long trict and that under the then peculiar Republicans are quitting Garfield and streets whole command Zere be fell existing circumstances it was the fair wounded at tho moment of a victory est mode urged the party authorities going for Hancock Mr Potter Pal- Â¬ which sealed the fate of the Southern to order a primary at the regular Au- Â¬ mer and others To what extent it Confederacy To this memorable place gust election The feeling was too may effect the result in that State it is it is proposed to go to ratify the nom high a majority of the committee impossible now to tell Some of the ination of Hancock and English the thought a convention the right mode more sanguine even claim the State for soldiers who fought on either side mingling in fraternal reunion testify and besides didnt like to be consider- Â¬ ing their recognition of a restored Hancock but that is hardly probable ed as backing down from their former Union and their deep appreciation of It is a big change however to cause the patriotism and statesmanship oi position and so they refused to order the great soldier who know when the a primary election and ordered a con Â¬ even a hope in that direction war was ended and as far as his ins vention The result was that Turner Pennsylvania New York and the fluence In reached re established tho su- Â¬ beat the nominee before the people Eastern States the defection from tbe premacy of the civil power in the It is bootless now to argue as to the Republican ranks o Hancock is much South Such a re union as that pro- Â¬ posed at Gettysburg will be a f rmal canses which operated to bring about more marked than in the Western notice to tbe promoters of sectional the result It is enough to know that bitterness to go and hide themselves Turner went to Congress and that ho States doubtless caused by tbe fact and keep forever out of sight It will has made a splendid record for his that they know him ha led the sol- voice distinctly the sincerity of the party his district and his country and diers from those States and they feel South in her choice of a Presidential caudidate It will demonstrate that that he now asks a reelection announc State and sectional pride in him no memories of bloody battle fields ing his willingness to submit his cant In the army heretofore nearly solid whereon they stood antagonists have didacy to a primary election to be for the Republicans officers who here- Â¬ alieniated the soldiers of the opposing held at tho various precincts at the armies August election when every democrat tofore never cast a Democratic vote One Big Game can trithout inconvenience express his are declaring for Hancock Prince Domidoff who recently sold This is the year of Demo Â¬ choice Everywhere in every State the De his estate of San Donoto has just lost We have cratic harmony and unity mocracy is solid united confident and at play in one night 81600000 The seen Tammany aud anti Tammany winners were Messrs Bentern Bob enthusiastic There is no mistaking linski and young Count Schouvaloff shake hands the Wallace and Randall was baccarat and was play factions kiss and everywhere the local this feeling It means that they see a The game ed at the Yacht Club democratic feuds have been healed reasonable certainty of victory There and the party massed intosolid column were thousandjSraparats who were The Mexican Veterans and lien BlnneucU for the grand democratic victory in spiritless becausojPyfelt that even Special to the St Louis Republican November Shall tho Democracy of if the people should elect tbe Demo Washinoton Jufy 3 A rogular the old Gibralter district prove less meeting of the National Association cratic nominee the Republicans would of Veterans of the Mexican War was magnanimous than the noble democrats This society was elsewhere There are many men in so shape sectional prejudice that the held here to night who are worthy to repre North would justify the counting out originally formed without regard to the district party politics To night a preamble sent usin Congress and if any of them of the Democrat and the seating of the and resolutions were adopted deolaring desire to give the old farmer of Bal Â¬ Republican Now that apprehension that the time had como for a change Leading Republican Senas of policy lard a tilt let them enter the field is gone There is no possiblo chance tors and Representatives are charged witli every advantage they deserve of arraigning Northern sectional prej- Â¬ with having prevented the claims of subject to a primary election should tho Mexican veterans to be placed on one be ordered but what wo ask is udice against Hancock and Hancock the pension rolls from consideration in that the party be no longer divided or the iiero of Gettysburg is not tho man Congress split up If one would hunt for griev- to bo counted out if elected Tho Gen Grants Fortune ances or pretexts for Jocal feuds he North cannot be made to believe that From the Hour can find them but if wo are in quest As a good deal of discussion has the bravest and most successful of their been rife concerning Gen Grants pe- Â¬ of harmony and victory the brighter Union generals is suddenly turned cuniary means it may be interesting ample of our own party elsewhere ia The entire to know the exact truth every Stato and District of the Union traitor and rebel and hence we shall property of Gen and Mrs Grant yields where local seism existed is beforo us have a fair count them an annual income of S9000 The Courier offers this motto to tho During the trip around the world the There are four TJuioti soldiers in expenses of he Presidential party were in this District and wo want evs party tho field as candidates for tbe Presi- at tho ratee of 25000 a year a ser cry paper to respond dency they being General James A ious encroachment upon the ex Presi- Â¬ Peace reconciliation victory Luckily however Garneld Republican General Wiufield dents capital young Grant who lives in New York Has not Gen Grant been junketed S Hancock Democrat General James and is a director in several mining and squalled over enough round about B Weaver Greenbaokcr and General companies speculated so prudently and successfully on his fathers behalf in the world now to be allowed to Ncal Dow Prohibitionist that a welcome addition wa3 made to He took a long elec travel in peace Hussia is vigorously prcpnring for his income During the first two tioueering tiip around the globo and war with China She desires to buy months of this year Grant Jr made lost the nomination of his party for 10000 for his father mostly in Chry Â¬ three cruisers in America President aud it docs seem humanity solite General Hancock may not be the might be saved a further continuance Tho colored people of Montgomery of monotonous receptions and oft told possessor of a barrel but ho owns a have organized a Hancock and He is reported to be Ala stories of gruat crowds gathered at good sized ke EoglUb Club with 200 members him worth 52000000 stations toacc L the opinion in a caso from Louisville Gettysburg v The Army Sppakln Out nml which decides that our State jury law Under tho heading Was Hancock a cp ubtt can Camps is unconstitutional and that colored Traitor tho Chicago Tribuno publishes nen must hereafter bo summoned on the following dispatches The Hancock boom continues to juries when a colored person is on trial Washington July 4 The Baltimore American this morning has the j crow andiin every direction the news So far the press has re Tuere was tremendous excitement followios Dnpcrs report accessions from the Re in Paris June 29th and 30th on the fraiued from attaching Gen iancock publican camps The changes from occasion of the expulsion of the but if I ii in not misinformed oome facts will be made public which will Garfield to Hancock if reports be true Jesuits injure the canvass of tho Detuocrntic number in tfie thousands and wo have 11 m candidate for the Presidency It niust be quite warm in New York yet to hear of a sinsle solitary man city as seventy nine cacs of sunstroke cock it is alleged wai a violent parti san of iMcClelhiti and when the latter who voted Jor Tilden vho will not resulted fatally In that city ou last was relieved from command of the ar Thursday my of the Potomac a council of war vote for Hancock was held which included Filz John In Peflnsylvanialtb nomination of Mr Tilden heartily congratulated Porter Franklin Hancock Baldy Hancock has utterly demoralized the General Hancock on his nomination Smith and a number of other officers noto It is said that tat that Republicans and among the list of ac- - Has anybody heard of General Grant of less meeting Gen Hancock proposed that high in congratulating Jecmes G cessions are eomorliBrctofore the orderfor the removal of MsClollan the councils and tjigta fide nee of Gen Hancock and Enplish are very pop- bcjdisregaidcd and theto army march- Â¬ depose Lin ed upon Washington Garfields partyfoha Nr Forney ular in Chicago judging from a recent colu nod Stanton This s hefftoforo an int nt man and demonstration made in that city Many ary programme the story go believe that Illinois will go Democratic seconded by lnz John the veteran editor hiladelphia would have been adopted h this fall ITftfs heretofore L3a fan Had the nerve to bo the en rr oi Hancock V t H - tmt jJjMX tl III vla Vt lilVjNI most iufl Â¬ Â¬ SupporjIIsm Teaching Before Learning BOMH FKOOF KApC A lad of fourteen of on exceptionally The Latest Charge from Jtpullican nervous temperament becomes a convert last Wednesday Judc Cofer delivered Headquarters Against the ITeto of at a revival in a camp meeting Instead In the Kentucky Court of Appeals Colored Jurors OiEUGHLETTE WILSON Attorney at Iaiv Btowts nicKMANkr r -- - -- revon r UyHHH infVHHn 1 -- - -- i I 9t of taking bis quickened love for God omo with bim to make him a better son and brother and a more diligent scholar ho insisted upon going into tho pulpit to preach The singularity of bis youthful appearance the wild fervor of his appeals drew crowds to hear him Tho ttBoy Evangelist became an attraction in the sect to which ho belonged He was seat from one congregation to nuother producing wherever ho went a feverish excitement The inevitable re Â¬ sult followed Ho was but a child without experi- Â¬ ence knowledge or even observation There could be no substance in his ser- Â¬ mons they were only wild incoherent cries which excited bis own emotional natnre to tho uttermost Finding however that they began to fail in their effect on his hearers he adopted certain eccentricities of behavior to secure attention such as riinning up and down the aisles and poising himself on one leg In a short time tho actions degenerated into buffoonery and it was found that tho lads mind was impaired the long nervous strain liad unseated bis reason This js an extreme caso probably But there is a marked tendency in American i to become teacliers before xney been learners Mere babies of seven write stories for the papers and permanently located in Hick Â¬ practice in all tbe Courts of the first Judicial District 1rie collection of claims and investiga- Â¬ tion of real estate titles made a specially HAVINGwill Hew I SJe w New in E OAS E Retail Dealer tn Staple and choice Groceries 1 1 1 IDR fvof oMioimV ftmfe PHASICAOND SURGEON l IPAHIS HICKMAN rrmc nicest THE NOOK DFaiicv KENTUCKY his Professional Services to the citizens of Hickman and vicinity S SXa C3E JEK3C3ESS Keeps in stock at all times fresh and Provisions Canned and Fresh Frula c Country Produce botijzht nov7 and kept for sale DrOffieo - CONFECTIONERIES CANDIES FRUITS CANNED FRUITS NUTS RAISENS SARDINES CIDER OYSTERS c Also the best brands Cigars and To- Â¬ bacco to be found in Hickman at BENNY McINTOSHS Clinton St next door to S N Whites J N fatten over Holcorobes drag store Rest idence Moultonst near Court House J W ROGERS GEO CEKIES anJ Family Groceries jan25 EEPS all kinds of staple and fancy W T Hummer II Df vicinity Office HIS PROFESSIONAL OFFERS to the chizeus ef HickmanSER and t eaujournais HoetaRr6 tUar Anil Will he pleased to Confectioneries All persons owinj City taxes are re- bis old customers and will both suit spcctfully requested to prepare for settle see and quality Call and see ment immediately llic law as well as them inrice Sales and Small Profits Quick the action of the City Council requires us bellndersold fjanilf me to make settlement or on failure the Wont be charged to me taxes will Therefore I respectfully request all to settle by the W- 1st of July Head this and investigate SAML LAXDRUM Jr tho facts City Tax Collector may28 space to name all articles but no trouble to show goods Come and see at the corner of Troy 2- O t and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ey IKicItman Tax faycrs Corner room in Laclede House mchll Dr DENTIST A M PARKER DIESTELBRINK NO S PS Office H ly on expres Â¬ and upon bis removal that there is an uuwritten whicb Hancock figures but cot to his advantage It is stated that Gen Grant knew all about this matter and that attbe proper time the whole story will be told to an astonished Hmqci TiMiftioro twite rTi rmTrnn v public L J Now for one suchr case as this In actual life there are thousands of faulty little ones who need to ho taught Obedience and respect for their parents There are very few children too whose biains will bear tie forcing and unnatu Â¬ ral light of newspaper notoriety Whole Â¬ some mental growth is found in tho quiet and seclusion of a pure home life Dock Mysteries CD O M 2 t mmm fiSrTHEYrl1 KEEPS Flour Lard Dacon c to be Having no partner found in Hickman to divide profits with will sell goods the Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper Ground and itoastcd Cne and see for Country produce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods or Cash marlo Coffeo Molas Â¬ artistic manner Special attention to theregulation of cbtldrens tee in new addition to Laclede Hotel ALL operotions performed in the most eiTennp a-- - sore s a 3 Si cs ss t H Family Grocery and H A R T Tyler Provision Store ilttorneys at Law Sugar the best HICKMAN ATTEND KENTUCKY TO ALL Â¬ St Albans Vt July 3 The state yourself entrusted to their care Office Millet Block nev8 78 ment that Gen Hancock was anxious to support Tilden in 1877 in the event fr Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ilnrttJponfgiUai tbe declaration made same of the latters taking tbe Presidential oath is further strengthened to day by tbe full statement of Hiram Atkins Chairman of the State Committee and a newspaper correspondent tbe latter being pledged to secrecy at the time Atkinp of the Democratic conclave says that at a dinner given by him to Gen W F Smith of New York in Mentpelier last April Smith made the following statement Prior to tbe establishment of the Electoral Commis sion Gen Hancock informed Gen Sherman that it was due to him Shen man to be appraised of what his Han- Â¬ cocks position was in the matter Ie therefore would say that he considered that Mr Tilden had been electud Presideht of the Unitnd States and Grants term of office expired at mid Â¬ night of the 3d of March that regaqft less of anything Mr Ferry might do if Congress declared that Mr Tildlu was elected President he Hancocl believed Tilden had a right to takotlle oath of office wherever he might Qs and that if Mr Tilden did take I fee oath of office and he should rccete any orders from Mr Tilden as Pre dent of the United States after mi night of lhe third of March he sbou obey them Gen Hancock like M Tilden and all patriotic American acquiesced in the decisions of Ilia 1 he correspondent gives tli tribunal Boston Transcript names of a number of representnf Â¬ Â¬ It is not an agreeable sight the bot-Â¬ tom of a ships dock at low water but a thought of what is hidden in and under the soft and bubbling mud must give pause to many a mind Divers and dredgers only are familiar by pereonal contact with the probabilities of the hidÂ¬ den depth and theh exjxriences are ex Â¬ ceedingly varied The find may bo a watch atclehcope or whatever is liable to fall over from the rail of o- tied up ves- Â¬ sel or hA rible possibility a human body BtBthe curiosities of dredging is tho pom here A large steamship dock in EABoston L now being cleaned out for tlB first time in the twenty years many finds in the oozy snbstancejiUtevit Jiaa been deposited by the capaciaus miw of the jaw like dip- Â¬ per into the scow an very Hnggestive Dishes of all kin Is spoons knives and forks are hooked ont by the hundred whole and well pvervcd to say nothing of tho myriad piirficles of broken crock- Â¬ ery scraps of iroi a d other dtbris which serve ody t mphasize the ordi Â¬ nary imprecation of tie dredgeman as Ids pull prover disappointing But the strangest happening of all and the luckiest fish out of the season occured this week one man recovering inoro than four dozen iriecer of tableware without a rcrack or a nick t mar the beauty of their surface hingnsh croekery of the heavi Â¬ est and most ornamental description in use on a firjt class xiassenger steamship Those only who have traveled know the care that is taken on a trans Atlantic line in tablo furniture Dishes and tureens with their covers fitting and in one in- Â¬ stance a half dozen match dinner plates with the company arms were found a w sit 3 C L RANDLE Ar LAW HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN DEALER ATTORNEY KY Collector Real Estate Agent HICKMAN 86 GRAVE la KY S gj s f gg gQ s IN- Italian and Asierican Marble TOMB AND MONUMENTS STONES 1 m receiveda fine lot of Amer Â¬ Italian Marble I am pre- Â¬ Call and examine pared to fill all orders eur work EgOrders from the country promptly HAVING filled Will attend promptly to all busl ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kentueky and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention given to the invesliga lion of Land titles and the purchase ana gale of Real Estate fjan8tf Sale and Livery Stable amie may25 3--cV- KISTNERARDNER DEALEKS LOUISVILLE KY BEING ENTIRELY REFITTED AND Refurnished PRICES REDUCED Full board and Large Handsomely-furnishe- d rooms S3 per day J W ALMY Manaser nor5 4w BIOTJSE B WmKENTUCKYPlummer STREET KEEPS sale HORSES IS constantly on hand for hire BUGGIES and HACKS Thankful for patronage heretofore ex- Â¬ tended him he solicits a eontinuance of same v Pi FURISriTIJEB COFFINS MATRASSES c COEatfleMm NlGHOLS9SHEPARD vmuinML Anu vnbi ucnuinc A 5S5hi to I Threshing Machinery and Portable THE STANDARD of exnlleneo OmjAaX 0 CrrrfnJLna7 World rer-MATCHLESS lor linun ijiTtnr and Tlumwjhwtrrk feet Clenuur INCOMPARABLE in Ouotitu of MUrulPrye6m of tarts Thorough Worfcninshlp Xltgmtt JRmia ud Staxty of Model MARVELOUS for vtuttg npertor work fa attluidM of UntiTiann oxivmaiiv known m the only sucresrfu Thresher in HAX Timothr Ckmr nd Mil other Seeds AstontshlnKlY Durable and wonderidly iimpUwmg lea than half the nsoal ram and bella PORTABLE TRACTION and STRAW BURNING STEAM ENCINESith ipecit featnres of Power Dnrahihtr Sl etr Economy sad Beauty entirely enknowa m other make Steam Ioor Power Outfits and Kteam Power SeTaratorsapeelalty rTflTHA Eire rf Separators tiasx tti r n twAlm horaA novfV KQEHL lv hm af vlAa TmnMTM InawPAea i r run iiiiiiiii m ii yor management ii tarnishesand strong Continuous Bualneea by tiiahonie without a riahtercaUan Kwaboo tur superior jgvuaa ana naaaraoio aeaung 0B3i71uW Jr It roBrnu nccen PAIITirtN T our jsMMjkTvm uaciaeryanil popularity of au eriren otneri wnw iwt macalnrs to the wall henea Tartans mixrra mre bow aitemni nr to band and palin 3 interior and stcnrxel of vu imini a11 f xklPaPflBlaialalalalalalalalaHnvU BE NOT DECEIVED ty men erpertrmital and wortnless machinery It yon birr at all the Genuine from na tbeOTlclnalasd can on oar C3For full particular tzai or write TJMslBrcy j t to as gr mmtrated areolars which we mail Irea address rfrjMaMEgVgaTgm 3SICH0IS EHEPAUD CO Battle Cmk Mich iime-sami- WlllifillJH and Traction Engines vi VllaVaVliJalBl niCKMAN A KENTUCKY 130 100 For Rent or Sale acres cleared GOODFAKM Jeffersons Manners Whrni Tflflfprann Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FilCtS 111 E lglUCK itearneil his siraole manners and tastes I tie Stales ot AlaDama ArKansa finto omcial life Ho determined tnat Delaware Florida Georgia Kentucky his inauguration as the cluef officer of rt Louisiana Maryland Missouri Miss the Kepublic should ue as free from dis Â¬ GO TO THE issippi North Carolina South Cara play as possible onDressed in plain black horseback to the old clothes he rode lina Jennesyee iexas Virginia and Capitol without guard or servants dis- Â¬ West Virginia casting in the aggre mounted without assistance and hitched gate 13S electoral votes are conceded his horse to tho fence On tho steps ho orwas met by a number of friends who to the Democracy Turning to the North a veryim accompanied him to the Senate Cham Â¬ hmnangnral ad- Â¬ portant fact must be kept in mind ber where ho deliveredAdministration of Co Young dress During the namely that in only fourteen of th Genoral Washington and John Adams OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER twenty two States did the Republicans the sessions of Congress had been opened Consignments Solicited have a clear majority of the popular in a style hiinilar to that by which the 55 Special and prompt attention giren lo the shipment of all kinds of Country vote in tbe elections of last year These English sovereign opens Parliament Produce Live Stock etc may9 79 Republican States are Colorado 2792 The President accompanied by a large Iowa 23G78 Kansas 9755 escort on horseback drove in state of the majority Taking his scat in the Senate Capitol Massachusetts 1 968 Michigan 6043 Chamber and tho House of Representa Â¬ Minnesota 8626 Nebraska 6 589 tives being summoned ho read his ad- Â¬ Nevada 527 New Hampshire 533 dress Mr JefTerEon to whom such Ohio 3912 Pennsylvania 28012 ceremonies were distasteful swept them Rhode Island 3893 Vermont 17 all away by one act Ho sent a written message to Congress which was read to 430 Wisconsin 12500 HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED REFITTED REFURNISHED respective clerks THIS thoroughly renovated Convenient to river and railroad and attentive States together have 129 elec- both houses by theirbeen observed ever These andihat practice has watch kept and altogether one of the beat appointed hotels in this section toral votes Three of thorn gave less since Against one of lus reforms how- Â¬ may9 79 TVKlVEaB than 2000 Republican majority W ever tho ladies of Washington rose up In tbe remaining eight Northern en masse Mr Jefferson disliking tho States the Republicans wore in a mi levees which had been held at the White JL VrtrfjMxir fjrHe established nority as follows California 24212 House abolished them reception LQiUIilLUi uiiiiinuiiuiiuiiiiuuuuii of com two public days for the Connecticut 5832 Illinois 20355 pany the 1st of January and the 4th of TO BUY YOUR Indiana oaio i Maine 4tz iNew July On other days ho was at home to Jersey 3925 New York 57502 Or all others who came on business or out Many of tho Washington Drugs cgon 3395 of courtesy Medicines These Slates will cast 102 eleetoral ladies indignant at their social pleasures being thus curtailed determined to force votes tho President to hold tho customary FANCY TOILET ARTICLES In California the Workingmens levees PINE PERFUMES The dem party polled 44620 votes On tho usual levee dav they resorted SOAPS ocrats who voted with that organiza- in full dress to tho White House Tho PAINTS tion last year have returned to their President was out taking a rido on liono- OILS old party The Democrats will carry back On his return he saw that the DYE STUFFS filled with elegantly public rooms were Calilornta in November next In Illinois tbe Greenbackcrs polled dressed ladies At once divining tho guests AND TOBACCO 63673 votes and held the balance of plot he appeared beforo tho fair with CIGARS booted aud spurred and covered 9alaaHiIS No certain calculation can be dust So courteous was Ids reception of power 1 raT Knives Itasors maae on Illinois them and so graceful his manners that Maine may be set do auies went uwuy ueugiiwu ilu uiu c out but chagrined -- with JUom SEWING MACHINES Conoeeueut gos - T5Bt J1noy iclsjisuat thoy had been P 3 TUaalalalaEVTawfcthe party is united il WTCiUty of a rudeness in visitinfc a truest Prescriptions Accurately Compounded this year ho did not expect them It was their The plurality for the Democratic st attempt to break through tho rule at the Drug Store of ticket in Indiana last year was 13736 of Jeffersons household Youths Coin in New Jersey 1367 panibn In New York the Democratic party is once more united and unity insures Porter the Republican candidate for tho State to tho Democrats Governor of Indiana was oncea Demo i BEST IH THE WORLD crat He fell from grace and has been pSAaaktSjj a charity studont in the Republican Mortis Agrees Willi Forney sohool for many years Monroe Penn Democrat The Hon J3 Joy Moiria ofPhila The Now York Tribune now calling delphia who is now sojourning at upon the people to elect Garfield Presi Â¬ Lawn Cottage during a recent inter- Â¬ dent to save the country said in view with one of the editors of the February 1873 about the Credit Mo Democrat expressed himself on the bilior developments Cincinnati nomination in the words DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF A Japanese novel is being translated Mr Morris is a lifegiven below for publication in this country by a long Republican and has represented his district more than onoe and dur young Japanese recently graduated It will ing the administration of Lincoln was from tho Harvard law school be illustrated with Japanese drawings Â¬ United Slates Minister to ConstantiAXD SrECIAI AUEXTS FOR Impure Hl Carb Soda Is of a Mr Morris says nople Of Gen The value of crops in tho United slightly dirty wlilte color It may by lt Tancooks patriotism and loyalty to States in 1879 is estimated by the appear wmte examined 1VXTIE ALSO AGENTS FOR WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES elf bnt a COMPAIIISON Union there can bo as little ques Â¬ Acricultdral Department at Sl904 the ciiimcir IJKAND Aititr Show and MAIUITimi Will tion as of his oivio abilities and his of COS THRESHERS GAAR SCOTT 480000 probably the largest sum the dlHeronco and private integrity lion ever added to tho wealth of the coun Cctal See that yonr Baking Soda Is Iln or is as utiasailable as his valor If try by the products of the soil- - The TThlto and PURE aa should be Alilj 3 Keeps on hand repairs for same SliraiLAU SUJUSJCANCISS used for he should be elected President I have value of the crops in 1978 was put at food A simple trat sevens teat of the comparative no doubt he would endeavor to pro- Â¬ different branils ot Soda in to dbsolvo 51480570000 by tbe same authority rlue otspoonful of each kind Tilth about pint mote the best interests of the country dessert a illIll Ull to revive good feeling between tbe Republicans may argue as they oi waier taoi preierreaj in uear glasses rarnns until all is thorough dissolved Tho delete insoluble matter tn tbe inferior Bod Trill North and South and in every contin please that Hancock is not a statesman rious MANUFACTURERS OF be shown after settling some twenty minutes or gency to uphold the dignity and rights but the common sense conclusion of sooner br to milky appearance of the aolntioa quantity His statesman rec tho American people is that which has end theto quality ot coating fiociy matter ao of tho Republic cording as his mili words by ord would be as honorable been so happily put into Be sure and ask for Church Cos Soda and see their name is If a mau who can irill that tbe purest and on the package and jou tary career I am a Republican but Senator Bayard whitest made The use get ot this with eour milk in prelerence to Tfcl Sting that is no reason why I should refuse turn foe to friend and bring a conquer Powder saves twenty tunes its cost STEEL PLOWS AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS to recognizo the illustrious services ed enemy to allegiauco be not a states8ee one pound packaga for valuable informa Â¬ and the well earned fame of a man man then pray toll me what is tion and read carefully o SHOW THIS TO YOUB GROCER 3H statesmanship like Gen Hancock i lwfmmo Preaiffonfc lio j in whole tract tolerable improvements 7 mills from Hickman on the Hickman antl Moscow road I will rent or sell but prefer soiling For terms and price apply to F M DAVIE ap1233tn fi cnr -- DEUG STORE - HICKMAN WHAEFBOAT John J giM 0OWGILL jJH Proprs llillll EICSMAN C H0U KENTUCKY Â¬ J Propr - H AS A H0LC0MBE Patent Â¬ VUHd tVSHT Pocket ff- Ify ST - AfaawSH BUCIS OOWGILX DRUGS AND MEDICINES HICKMAN Paints Oils and Dye Stuffs faifeas gMr t cos KEISTTTJOKIT ONDURANT D REWRY Â¬ Agricultural Implements h W CrOZESTrS Â¬ Â¬ JHCXCJtXTaMlAJX tsjp- - V4C - it tn ihfaffitTafam 32 K -- riaJca u J AM- - Mr HS ft THE tylCKMAN COURIER j Strike attiie Wagon Factorv t - a J Be it enacted by the City Council of the President Jl B Hayes scirnoEDEit day the amended option law which pro Â¬ Cittf of Hickman Vice President Wm A Wheeler Sec 1 That tbe mayor FRIDAY JULY 9 1880 hibits the sale ofbeer in thiscbjinly be directed to appoint a policeman as is Secretary of btnte Wm A Evarts FASHIONABLE A FIRST CLASS authorized by sec 1 art 4 of the city Secretary Treasury John Sherman went into effect or rather the license Ramsey Secretary of War Oen nnd the compensation of said po- Â¬ SHOE MAKER under which the saloons were selling charter is hereby fixed at 25 per cent A N D fm MACHINE OFFICE SEWING COOT Thompson 3ecretary Navy Local Hems liceman expired and the amended law prohibits upon all the fines imposcdand collected Secretary Interior Carl Churx Corner Clinton and Kentucky Streets SHOP North West corner of Moscow Postmanter General David SI Key For come time from persons apprehended by him the granting of license 8guSliort communications an puhlic Where you can get anything you want in Attorney General Charles Deven3 Sec 2 This ordinance ind Troy Aveuues East Hickman Ky iictipns printed but not responsible the mutterings in anticipation of the en- Â¬ from and after its passage to be in force tbe way of a first class Sewing Machine jjS Satisfaction guaranteed DEALCR IW for scntiiuouts or expressions of corres Â¬ forcement of this law had been loud- Â¬ Needles Oil and attachments may 9 ly STATE OFFICERS pondents cxcopt where wo refuse to give mouthed and some workingmen who Remember that we handle the genuine name of aullior An Singer Machine and to protect the public havebeenused to their beer for many Governor Luke P Blackburn against the devices of a swarm of coun Â¬ Lt Govornor J S Canlrell years asserted their intention of leaving Be enacted by the City Council of the City Fnlton county women are being Shoe terfeiters every real Singer Machine is Secretary of State 9 B Churchill School aijd Miscellaneous and seeking employment elsewhere On Hickman Sec 1 That hereafter the wharf now being made with our trade mark cast HICKMAN KENTUCKY bilked by peddlers They ought to know Assist Sec of State Thos G Harris Monday these mutterings broke out in the ags tax upon all steamboats landing with into the stand Call and see it at the office State Auditor Fayette Hewitt Ladies and Cents boots and shoes mnde better in the corporate limits shall be 20 per Taken up as a stray by Joseph Poyner Be sure that the Machine you buy has shape of a strike at the wagon factory of cent upon the amount of their freight Treasurer James W Tate In Â¬ to order and in tbe latest fashion Eider Jo II RouHioc will preach Ilcrtweck Daltzer Co which establish Â¬ bills where they do not exceed ten dollars the words The Singer Manufacturing living on the Mississippi river about half Attorney General P- - W Hsrdin visible patches put on wheih last longer mile below the foot of Island 8 in Fulton nt the Christian church Saturday night ment employs some 05 hands A large and two dollars and fifty cents where Company on the arm and stand of the county Ky on the 2Gth Of June 1880 Rei ter Land Office AIpli DShelden than when sewed All I ask is a trial Machine All others arc cheap counter Pickett ub Instruction J Sup Shop nest door to City Barber Shop And Sunday their freight bills aggregate ten dollars feits varnished and gilded to hide their one light bay Horse thirteen and a half majority of these hands declined to work Stau Printer Elvis Porter feb7 79 or ever All wharfage collected less defects Machines sold oft easy monthly hands high about ten or twelve years old IF you wnnt to make your wife and until some arrangement should be made commission for collecting to be set having black mane and tail bob tail in children happy go to J V ROGERS aud by which their regular supply of beer as a wharfage fund tu be expended apart or quarterly payments COURT OF APPAELS only thin order branded with E and T con- Â¬ Stationery Wall Paper Pic- Â¬ THE SINGER MFG CO get a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cents Pryor Chief Justice Thos P nected and P below on the left hip and did in constructing aulkeping in repair a could be had Some of thehands-who Hickman Ky julyO lm per can npi30 Cofer Hnrzis Thomas Hines and which I appraise at the value of S16 not share in this demand declined to work good substantial wharf Judges Sec 2 The owner or captain of any Witness my hand this 28ih day of June A party of Hickman excursionists because would engender ill will on the ture Frames JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICKS it steamboat failing or refusing to pay said 1880 JERRY J JONES J P F C visiied Cairo Monday and Tuesday on of latest Fall and Winter part of the majority We learn that some tax 8 hall be fined double the amount of june9 4w Fashions and n large lot of samples of the steamer Uillman de- Â¬ Pocket Cutlery Togs and Fancy Freneb English and German goods visited the Hickman tax due to be recovered by warrant in of the strikers Fu on County Court H C Bailey Rev H A Stnart and Frank Thomps Planing Mills and attempted to get the the city cnurt of Hickman udge held every 2d Monday in each Q ntlemen are invited to call and ex 4 A Word to the Wise Sufficient Sec 3 This act to take effect and be in nontb sept2C eon are absent North attending the Dis Â¬ hands there employed to join the strike force from aad after its passage nrl Goods To the Citizens of Hickman and Vicinity Fulton County Quarterly Court H C trict Conference of the Colored M E but the hands declined some not sharing you are indebted to me on in Bailey jndge held 4tb Monday in Jan Â¬ diviiH accounts the city authorities Church Ir tRZfifSp uary April July and October lheidca at aU and those of them who CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Health Ordinance make roe pay city tax for you UAOISTHATE3 COURTS drank asserting that they preferred The pflfjulaiion of Hickman has in on irjB Moment and some owe me fine 1st District Esq Donabo 2d Saturday Be it ordained by the hty Council of Hick- Â¬ whiskey straight and that they could creased between 500 and GOD since the onicer now mrtner in March June September and Decem- Â¬ i W Cole is hereby ap- Â¬ man 1st That iillRt as an ess besides I owe some baioon get as much of that as they had money to pointed health John ber Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in nsus and 5 per cent of this officer in anufor the city SS5Send for copies of my New Reduced paid and 1 must col- - Pricei Lilts of Picture Frame ame months pay for The strikers seemedtcMhe i li Chromos fui- - r i MILLERS olsMnd Clinton streot this v - iidea that the cify t 2d District Esq Goar 3rd Saturday fctrnovable however at the option of th llflT fl TOV V Brackets Croquet IscU and Base Balls for TTUGSEEFT OJiBtSS BOLOGNESATJ k rat Jarrli June Ssntember and December1 yV City Council vvnnictii Bi4HBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlfcdy Ut3l 2sn Miles4th Monday in same months1 suspend the enforcement of the or The highest cash price paid by 2 That it shall be the dut v of siTd health The Cheese that leadingcitixensvcould telegraph Gov 1 onicer rewatctl ovcrj the sanitary condi Â¬ 3rd District EsqTReed 3rd Mondffyiin H PLAUT BRO ucco junell best of Cigars anu March June Sentemoer and IJecember- apl9 if 55 a ernor Blackburntand cause its enforce tion ofHlTe city iind to carefullyeuard novl5 J8 Esq Mayes 4th Saturday in same monthaof TheTlev W M Robison of the ment to be suspended 5 against all cause of disease to use all sq jjick inson ist aion 4th District Cumberland Presbyterian Church Union a torch- Â¬ known measures to prevent the introduc- Â¬ At night the strikers formed day in March June September and Db tion and spreading of contageous or in CO ceraber Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in W City Tenn will fill the pulpit of the light procession and to the music of a big rfccjions diayasej nnd to perform such Methodist Church on next Sunday morn Â¬ base drum follow same months by tVlrge crowd of other dutifcs as the Citytouncil may from H w 5th District Esq Boar 1st Wednesday DEALERS IK ing end sight boys principal tiinetp time determine necessary to pro in March June September and December mote Mr Thompson President of the streets shouting and huzzaing On a city the health of the inhabitants of the Esq- - Collins 3rd Wednesday in some STOVES- months large transparency they had inscribed Dixie Oil Compiny arrived yesterday B H 3 That stagnant water or other matter 5 Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work 6th District Esq Jones 4th AVednes- - j No Beer No Work1 and on the oppo or substance deleterious to health shall with bis architect preparatory to comGood workmen employ- Â¬ day in March June September nnd De- and Repairing not rcraain jupon any vaoaqtilot or lots mencing the buildings for the Hickman site sideHancock and Liberty J t E j ft ed and the best of material used 2d Wednesday in jyll cember Esq off- Â¬ It shall ba FOR We have heard of many strikes for and to have any thoduty of the health sub- Â¬ same months Oil Works 5 such water matter or icer wages for bread caus- stance removed frooi such lot or lots by 3 3EC The firm of Robert Ietheny fish es but in this and various other CITT OFFICIALS instance there appears to the owner or agent of the same and if 3ETH0isf Chdrcu VI viSartrioefl dealers just closed shipment of 132524 Mayor H A Tyler have been no complaint from such causes such water substance or matter is not everyjSundfay 11 AKlfnd 7 J p uTyjB pounds of fish from this point the bulk of a 1 City Judge George Warren removed after three days notice to tbe JSetvice of Songat9 Aitv but this originated solely in a demand for owner or agent of said lot or lots then the City Attorney R T Tyler g which was shipped inside of three months x Sunday School at beer Tbe law of which they complain is health officer may havehesame done at gj City Clerk R E Millet PLACE ON Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 r si X WILL SELL MY HOME one The shipments netted over 54000 a Stale law and there is no power which the expense of said owriqr or agent and B City Treasurer T P Fortune fourth of reasonable terms lying Rev E K BftxxsroBD Pastor OUR enterprising friend J W Rogers can repeal it save and except the State the cost for removal or abatement shall Councilmcn T M French A A Far- C L BAKDtfc 8 mile south west of the Court House in Moters lilta and Fkyaiolaa is C L Randle W B Plummer is now receiving a splendid lot of fresh and the town of Hickman embracing about - assessed against such lot or lots rooomBaead it W T Buckner H S Campbell Groceries which be is offering for sale at Legislature and it is scarcely possibleJfB FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES thereof be recovered by warrant ANNOUNCEMENTS that the Governor wil convene the Legis in the city court of Hickman and for his the very lowest prices City Marshal Jas A Warner of land nearly all under fence with a T IT IS NOT NARCOTIC Wharfmaster Wm Young lature for this purpose Besides when services in abating or removing sucb JUST RECEIVED LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING Marketmaster Jas A Warner water matter or substance the health AtSTEAGALACOS thequestion is opened the sentiment of officer shall be allowed three dollars per We are authorized to amssJaee James City Tax Collector Saml Landrum Jr good Cistern ami Sablcs young bearing the community is divided for and against office A Warks as a candidate Sexto- n- Peter George A fiue lot of Saddlery Whips c Also The demonstration of the strikers while day to be taxed in the cost of abating or of Sheriff sof Fnlton county fHlection in CENTAUR IiEflMENTS tho 3 Orchard of selected fruit good Garden Dist School Trustees W L McCutch removal by the city court of Hickman and a fine lot of Pocket Cutlery Scissors and spot and good lots of never failing water Worlds great Pain Relieving1 I August en Jno W Cowgill Jas A Warner it produced a disposition in some to yield recovered as tbe cost of removal a For terms apply to tbe under- Â¬ for Stock Apple Pealers Two of the finest 5 cent We are authorised to announce YTC remedies Theyltcal soothe and 4 The health office shall have authori- Â¬ M French C F C C any local authority had signed orT brand of Cigars ever brought to this mar Â¬ to the demand if COUNTT OFFICERS ty to order removal abatement and Joiisaov as a candidate for the office of cureBurnsWoiindsWealtBack B R WALKER the power so to do produced in others an prevention the any and every sanitary Sheriff of Fulton county at tbi ensuing of ket Call and examine Rheumatism upon Bran and County Judge H C Bailey Be thisas 5 exactly contrary disposition County Clerk Jno A Wilson and Sprains Galls and LameÂ¬ Help a Prisoner Moses McNee it may the law js a fixture at least until nuisance in the cityof Hickman and spec- Â¬ August election ify a reasonable time within which it shall Citizen Sheriff B R Walker Payers quick ness upon Beasts Cheap ForAHPMor ly a colored prisoner in the county jail the assembling of the next Legislature be done and in tbe event of the failure of Circuit Court Clerk T MPrench ca ft 2 reliable We are authorized to announce J Ht nd I do not wish to be considered harsh Assessor Jas Busbart appears to be an ingenious mechanic and unless in the meantime the decisiou of the owner agent or occupant of the prem- Â¬ as a candidate ior ises to comply with oi 2 nor do I wish to speculate on yonr delin Â¬ iiAUfJ County Attorney A D Kingman is making time pretty brackets picture the courts should upset it This being officer to so remove the order of the health Assessorit Fulton county tneomce in Eltetloh abate or prevent any quency But I am constrained to tell you of Jailer Frank Thomasson frames parlor ornaments c cut with the case citizens had as Tcll accept the sanitary nuisance within the time given August candidly who have not paid their taxes Master Commissioner J A Wilson he or she shall oe liable to a fine in the for the year3 1877 and 1878 that unless the pocket knife He requests us to say tacts and me situation County Surveyor Robert McConnel We are authorized to announce W O Having determined to change my busi Â¬ the same is paid promptly I shall levy Coroner that he is a prisoner in need of money WHERE THERE A WILL TIlEREs A WAT city court of Hickman of not less thau tenÂ¬ Joniso aa a candidate for the office of renor more thas twenty dollars to be the place on which I dot ness will upon and sell your property Remember Circuit Judge W W Robertson Election inf ive I milessell for incidental expenses and will sell such AND RETAIL DEALER that the law allows fifty cents for every On Wednesday siorning thetrikers re- Â¬ covered by warrant taken out by said Assessor of Fulton county nearly south or Hickman in XTTHQLESALE Commonwealths Attorney B A Neal cheap things very levy and six per cent additional Obion county Tenn containing all sumed work aud all the forges in the health officer in the city court of Hick- Â¬ We are authorized to announce James so of which mu3t be paid by the party owing blacksmith shop where the defection prin man and for each of said warrants al- F BnsuAar as a candidate for the office The 1st of August the new whi WEEKLY taken out the health officer shall be Shall I make these costs or the taxes We learn lowed 25 per cent of try law applying to druggists and physi Â¬ ripally existed are at work 150 of which is now in cultivation Tho you pay up nnd save it yourselves what is recovered of Assessor of Fulton county will 1 I mean business We are authorized lo announcejJ O A place is susceptible of being made a No cians goes into effect in this ccuuty It thot an arrangement has been reached by and collected in such case That i3 the question Stock farm Will divide Terms liberal 5 It shall not be lawful for any person Coopks as a candidate ior tbe ifiice jof Respectfully is a stringent one It requires all drug which a regular supply of beer will flow into EEPSE3E1TATITK NEWSPAPER Or THESOOJH B R WALKER Sheriff janl giptsto obtain license give bond good s of old and that it is to bo accomplish Â¬ to suffer or permit any decayed vegetable Assessor of Fulton county Election in or animal matter slop trash dirt or August SIMIA A GOOD PAPER FOR ALL SECTION character ten days notice not to sell in ed by the organization of aBeer Club stagnant water to bo and remain upon if desired any quantity without written prescrip Â¬ The Club buy their own beer by the keg their lot or premises in tho city of Hick For CircHit Court CIcrN Also 93 acros six miles north of Mem UP AS STRAYS by J R Wea Â¬ AjuitJiiirTf1 in Tinninr3TnnMJ jftttoated on the Paducah We till liMth TAKEN living 5 miles East of Hickman Will be sent one year postage free r Memphis tion of a physician registrykept of each and have it shipped here ts thfcafe Tfayflu and it shaJLbe-the-dillrcandTaatefbr re election Jailroad near Mud Creek in Fulton county Ky TWO DOLLARS which amonnt will r -ale ele This month the cry has been then hire a man to attend the club room officer alter two days notice if such is not M Fbench as a removed or abated to have warrant issued to the office of Clerk of the Fulton Circuit L B SllAPHERD fe20 6m on the 12th day of February 1880 One elude a handsome premium in theshaia No beer no work and next it will be and the members go in and get their own from the city court of Hickman against Court White nnd Black Spotted COW and CALF of a book or a knife or various articles coun- Â¬ the persons owning or occupying said lot beer without buying it in Fulton No whiEkey no medicine Cow aged about 14 years both marked of use and beauty n3 may be selected ty For CIrcalt JhUrc Some say this effectually heads off or premises and upon conviction of a with crop and nnderbit in right and split from onr printed lists A sample copy of HHAUHAUS est JVe are authorized to announce Judge in left ear but having no other marks or tbe Weekly Courier Journal and a circu- Â¬ the local option amendment and others violation of ihja ordinance such person The best grades of whisky kept at rea shall be 6ned by said city court not less WW ROBERTSON ofOraves county as brands perceivable and which is apprais lar containing the foil list of premiums think not The Circuit Court in Septem- Â¬ than ten nor more than twenty dollars will be sent on application eonable prices by a candidate for re election to tho office of ed at the value of eight dollars ber will settle the matter G Tub Coubier Joursal is a combination apl30 It shall not be lawful for any per Circuit Judge in this Judicial district J W ROGERS Witness ray hand this 21st day of Feb made in 18C8 of three old Louisville pa- Â¬ son to permit any kind of dirt or filth to ruary 3880 L O O F Election ov Officehs MEALS AT ALLEOUBS ONLY 25c Hardwareaccumulate be and remain upon their pers viz tbe Journal established in 1830 Comraonvrealtb Attorney mch5 4w J W MAYES J P F C Guns The following members were elected We are authorized to announce CrtAnt es the Courier in J 843 aud tbe Democrat in Tbe candidates for Circuit Judge will premises in their privys stables cellars 1844 Its reputation is national as well Oysters and all kinds of Confectioneries officers for the ensuing term on June 17 address the people at the following times or out houses or upon their lots and if H Thomas of Ballard county as a candi Â¬ d2078 any person violates this ordinance they date for the office of Commonwealths At Â¬ always to be had as its circulation aud it is pronounced PISTOLS U C Caldwell N G aud places shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor torney Election in August 1880 obtained for now inventions or for im Â¬ one of tho ablest and best arranged pa Â¬ NAILS K Mute V G more than twenty dollars to bo recovered Moscow July 22ad We are authorized to announce Hon Caveats Trade pers in the world its matter being espe- Â¬ CASTINGS provements in old ones by warrant in the city court of Hickman Joseph Steagala R S W M Rkko of Marshall as a candidate c Marks and all patent business promptly cially adapted to the Merchant the Far- Â¬ TOOLS Fulton July 23d Hookout 7 Be tl further ordained that all vaults for Commonwealths mer and the Family Circle Route Attorney in F E Case P attended to Hickman July 24th Choice from standard books of the times or pits now in use or heretofore used as District Inventions that have been rejected may E Cose Treasurer privies be thoroughly cleaned out and still in moat cases bo patented by us and a choice selection of tbe leadingofmag- Â¬ We are authorized lo announco Mr B C B Hackctt P G then filled to the level of tbe earth ivith tbe Being opposite the U S Patent Office azines or illustrated periodicals election good clean dry dirt or clay on or before A Nalb as a candidate for re and engaged in patent business exclusive- Â¬ day furnished in combination with tho R T of Temperance At a Office of Commonwealths Attorney tbe 15th day of March 1860 and upon a tothe GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET ly we cau secure patents in leas time Weekly for a mere pittance in addition to alar meeting July 5th the following offi failure to do the occupant or owner of tbe is tbe best equipped safest and most than those who are remote from Wash Â¬ tbe price of the Courier Journal alone IRON WARE premises upon which said sink or pit may During the remainder of 1870 and cers were elected for the ensuing term pleasant line it being tho ington and who must depend upon the be found shall each be fined in a sum of - JOB WORK dono to order such as mails in all transactions with the Patent through 1880 the Weekly Conricr-Jour-nT J Kirkpatrick S C tGEEAT CENTRAL SHORT LINE i not less than ten nor more than twenty without premiums will be sent lo o Office R B Brevard V C to- between tbe Northwest and Southeast lt Rotin Guttering Spouting 1 60 dollars and each day after the 16th day of Hickman courier imicE S a of the Gold Stove CUnton Street When inventors send model qr sketch clubs of five or more persons at - Miss Adel Allen Chaplain is the shortest and most direct route to Mtrcb next shall be considered a separate FftjniT July 9188C wa make search in the Patent Office and each nnd for every cl b of five the club feb7 79 Hiokman Ky Â¬ the celebrated Springs and Summer reC IL Wilson K S offense said fines to be recovered by war Â¬ advise as to the patentability free of raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to sorts of Virginia and East Tennessee rant in the city court COCXTKV PRODUCE ETC T F Wilburn nerald confidential any address free for a year Correspondence Connections are mnde with trains for all 25cts Lower than the Lowest charge 8 The health officer is authorized to Daily Courier Journal 12 a year post prices low and no charge unless patent is W M May Guard Pullman sleepers run on all points age free Sunday Courier Journal 2 a have all pits and sinks used fas privies PORK 4c 1 have no clerk expensss no store rent obtained Through sleepers from W H Jackson Sentinel DRIED BRO cleaned out and filled upas above direct- Â¬ Peaches 7 FRUIT Apples 5 to C cents night trains Nashvillo without change We refer te Hon Postmaster General year postage free H and pay ensh for all my Groceries and Memphis to to 8 cents ed and tbe expenses thereof including Ho travelling agents are employed by Something New The Iadie9 will through therefore cin sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ D M Key Rev F D Powers to officials the Courier Journal Company but a lib Â¬ three dollars fofhisjserviois for super Â¬ 1FHEAT market active 90al25 per bush Diuble daily cennections on all Â¬ est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone in ho U S Palenl Office and especially eral cash commission or handsome prem- Â¬ welcome tbe news that Mr Bates has es trains Business men and pleasure seekThe rains nave greatly damaged and intending the cleaning and filling of such MEAL 50c from wagons ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat- - Star Flour 25 cents cheacer than the low to our clients in every Stale of the Uivion iums will be given to persons known to tablished a Singer Sewing Machine office in seme instances ruined the wheat in this pit or sink to be taxed against the owner DEES 1PAX 20o per lb and in Canada For special references JOHN WITlIMU St Louis Railroadofiers better est recov- Â¬ HIDES green 6q dry salted 12c dry tanoogo tbe community tbey reside in who will in Hickman where they can get anything county The larger part of our farmers or occupant of tbe premises to be terms advice c address xccommodations better time anu connecflint 18c by eity court in the act as local agents Any one who de- Â¬ CO C A SNOW they want in the way of a first class ma Â¬ had their wheat threshed but a consider- Â¬ ered of warrant in the the premises upon TFOOL 40a45c per lb tub washed un tions than any other route between the name the city and Opposite Patent Qflce Washington D C sires to act and to assist in extending tho Northwest and Southeast chine ccedles oil attachments c This able number were caught and their crops which the pit or sink is found shall be washed 22 toSO eta circulation of a paper that cannot be but nov2I 1210 n m 820 a m Leave Memphis FEATHERS 35a40c per lb prime beneficial to any community in which it subject to the payment of the same office is permanent and competent men are ruined or greatly damaged MoKenxie 415 a m 145 p m 8 These ordinances to be in force from TALLOlf 5eperlb be generally read will upon ap- Â¬ in charge to assist and instrnct e This A may SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY flickuian 800 a m BUTTER fresh 16c per lb plication be supplied with an agents River News The recent raic fall and after their passaee marvelous cure for catarrh diptheri p advantage over buying from transient fa Mft TiwiiiEWsisCsttFbV POULTRY charge Spring chiokens 160 old Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730m m has been unprecedented for this season of head ache With each bottle outfit free of Leave Nashville 1010 a m 815 p etc For agents c every lady will appreciate S20UaJZo per doxen BAKERY MANGELS there is an ingenious nasal injector for address specimen copies circulars the year and has caused very great alarm Murfreesboro 1127 a m 040 p m EGGS lOo per doxen The cCice is on tbe corner of Clinton and the more successful treatment without Wartrace 1222 p ra 1040 p m W N IIALDEMAN along all the river courses and great BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels AND Kentucky streets Give him a call extra charge Price 50 cts For Bale by Tullahoma 113 p m 1120 p m 160 iron bound 5160 Flour 45Hs President Courier Journal Cor damage in some localities to tbe growing BUCK COWGILL m 1155 p m Decberd 145 p Louisville Ky Apple and Potato 85c Kraut aud Pickle crops In this immediate section no dam- Â¬ NOW IS YOUR CHANGE Cowan 200 p m 1210 a ra Stands 76c to 160 Cypress Kegs iron The Best I Knew Of Stevenson 315 p m 130 a m far bound 10 gals 90c Oak 00c J Q Strrkey a prominent and influen- Â¬ Tha Cheapest Newspaper in bargains in cheap Dress age Jiasresulted to our bottoms soboots to v Bridgeport S37 p m 200 a m beyond being scared out of their tial citizen of Iowa City says I have bad ChatUnoona 500 p m 330 a m GROCERIES Goods Ambergs Sons and tbe promise is now that the rise will Bolls Coffee Caks Lomonado Cider Dyspopsia and Livor Complaint for seve Â¬ the South information time tables and list of ral years and have used every remedy We have a large lot of Slimmer have reached its highest point by to day BACON sides lOcts shouldore CIS rts reached by this lino call ICE CREAM c without relief until I tried Shilobs Vi G WO W MCKEMZtV Inlets must be closed out and will commence receding bvmorrow Goods taliiersj2dBMkLred me Price MiiKfinile ALL KINDS OF H5HEESEL12al4o p The weathA-MHR- or Sunday COWGILL days the next Is a purely vegetable bitter and powerÂ¬ Act u M it CUftTBE Bio lba ZODOriOBBBBBHsBBBBBBBWTlfs ful tonic and is warranted a speedv and NASHVILLE W L DAN LEY CRACKERS 7aQo per lb Call early and make your se beautifullyto but if rain commences again A Mathers Grief good bye the bottom laods Tkt Agt Nashvillo Tenn certain cttre for Fovcr nnd Ague Chil Is C COAL OIL 20 per gallon CANDIES CIGARS TOBAlCO The pride of a mother the life and Toy ami Fever Intermittent or Chill Fe Â¬ lection They wilbbe sold m DOLLAR IOR A YE CANDLES star 15alCc per lb ver Remittent Fever Dumb Ague of n home afe her children hence her OXE Markets rLOUK Hickman Mills 5il0 Periodical or Bilious Fever and all grief when sickness enters and takes thorn tor from o to 20cts per Notice The next Presidential election will de Â¬ OOcts per bbl mnlnrial disorders In miasmatic dis-Â¬ away Take warning then that n are Wheat The markets are excited mer price from 20 to 50cts per higher owing to the wet weather and Gen Slocum recently made a speech MOL AS8ES 40a 60o per termine questions of vital importance to FULTON CIRCUIT COURT tricts tho rapid pulse coated tongiuhalf barrel The running a terrible risk if they have a every citizon ot the Union Upon ii thirst lassitude loss of appetite pain in LARD Geo B Prathers adinr pltiff 100 - yard J AMBEHlaS SUNS receipts here the past week have been at a Democratic mass meeting in XARD OIL lOcper per gallon thebiclc and loins and coldness of tho Cough Croup or Whooping Cough which results will depend the perpetuity of etir Equity lb 8oa against Â¬ Jw june25 lead to Consumption if you do not attend republican form of government spine and extremities aro only premoniAll limited owing to the same cause There Brooklyn in which he gave uttaranco GUNPOWDER Geo B Prathers heirs and cred 660 per keg tions of severer symptoms which termi- Â¬ to it at once SHILOUS CONSUMPTION tifM niiestiuud wilt lie thoronrhtv tlis Knights of Honor Tho semi- Â¬ has been an advance of from 8 to 10 cents to a somewhat pointed suggestion to BLASTING POWDER 550 per keg itors defendants nate lu tbe ague paroxysm succeeded by Cure is guaranteed to euro them Pre0 cussed in th prrseut session of Con- high fever and profuse perspiration Notice is heroby given to the creditors annual election of tho Hickman Lodge on choice wheat Rejected and trashy the Republicans who arc now bawling SODA 6aQ per lb9c by the keg 10 cts 50 cents anc SI For lame back gross It is our desire anu our purpose SUGAR brown bard 12Jal4c of Geo B Prathcr depased that the un- Â¬ Uancooks nothiog but a soldier It is a startling fact that quinine arse Â¬ side or chest use Shilobs Porous PlaBter no far as we can contribute to tbit end Knihti of To nor resulted as follows remains dull and neglected We quote Said Gen Slocum Fulton and other prisonous minerals form nic SHOT per bag 200 dersigned Commissioner of the Sold by BUCK 25 cts COWGILL No 2 red wheat HOcts per bushel tho basis of most of the Fever and that every citizen shall be fnllv informed STONEWARE lOper gallon Circuit Court nnder on order in the above Dictator Thos Dillon I notice that Republican papers Specifies I upon all these questions of sucb vast mo- Syr Ague Preparations TOBACCO manufaod per lb 50a75o styled cause will attend nt tbe County No 3 red wheat 85cts per baehel Vice Dictator Itichd Islcr in the roarkot Tonics tins and ment Is our national government to bo cay thnttGcc Ilaqcook is nothing but SALT sack salt 1 50 fine 2 Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from The proiiarations inailo from Jhuso min Â¬ Rejected 0aS0cts per bushel t I Dictator Joe Sohm hanfefarth nn imrmria desnnlism It Well there are 100000 h Poldicr the date hereef until the 4th Monday of HARDWARE ETC eral poisons although they arq palatable Coax The market continue dull and nck At Keporter Thomas French HOW LOST HOW REST0R3D118 July1880 to receivo and hear proof of nnd may break tbo chill do not emu but soldiers to the Stato of New York who ruMbe hMo w wcawiF tun JllXkX v leave tho uuliriut and their own clni uastv JO claims against said deoedent and that all Fiuaucl Reporter II C Beektnan low the receipts being very light Bore will vote at tho next election and there CASTINGS 3a5o per lb JUST PUBLISHED a new served in tbo Constitution to yield to in the system producing quinism claims not presnted to him and proven as If the river continues on tbe rise so as to aro G5000inPonbsylvania Treasurer Charles Frenz Tho Re IRON bar size 2Jc per lh edition of Da Cpivexwells centralized dictation izziness ringing in tho ears headache bliall ftrrogaot required by law within the time specified the bottom lands we look for publicans have prcsenjed soldiers over PLOW STEEL 6c per lb Â¬ overflow Chaplain F Tinnjmjer vertigo ami other disorders moro formi Ckiebratbo Essay on tbe rud-imperious ptrty leaders under the PLOW STEEL WINGS 5Je per lb above will be forever barred they were in Â¬ teal cure without medicine of Spermator Â¬ and of L5bery 10b the citizens of liberty dable than the disease higher prices MTe quote choice white ana over again on inegrounu mat ttiey IRON AXLES 5c per lb Uuurdiau Jo Dougal cry JNO A WILSON tended to cure Avfiis Aocn Cikk Seminal delivered at 38 cents per bushel Sentinel A A Faris thoroughly eradicates these noxious poi Â¬ rhea or Losses Weakness Involuntary Shall Mtramon bo tbe only deity who saved the couotry but when the NAILS 500 rates Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court Impoteucy Mental and shall be acknowledged as having divinn Seminal sons from the system and alws cures 30c per HORSE march 1 1880 The lines addressed to Mis9 Eddie ArpLEs Feuits d Tho fruit markets Democrats bring up oue as a candidate STEEL SHOE MNAILS 20a25c lb It contains no Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar Â¬ rights fcbll laber be deprived of its tho severest cases 3 A present a very discouraging appearance and he one of the most gallant men STEEL cast riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy just rewirds niiinino mineral or any thins tliat could In order to limine it uiitiin PLOWS 8al2Jo per lb of Paducah and signed Nemo pub Â¬ Sfoticc injure the most delicato patient and it3 and tits induced by sclf iudulgcnco or the means of every mn nerlmnh With the immense crops both North and who ever wore an American uniform rr HUBS 125a225 per sett above its certainty crowning excellence lished in last weeks Courier as origin South it hardly pays the shipper to buy they say he h only a soldier No sol PLOW8 Hertweck Baltxer boxuhI extravagance o FULTON CIRCUIT COURT luer noil laborer in all ucaii i i vei iu Knourr to euro is that It leaves the system as The ciilebratcd author in this admir- - these bard timea to inform himself want al are takeu from a poem written by at auy price We however look for bet- Â¬ dier statesmen of either party has giv Â¬ Steel Plows No 1 000 No 2 700 N P Harness ndmr plaintiff free from disease as before the attack V Equity against No 3 850 No 4 900 Complaints Ayeks Aouk ablo llssay clearly demonstrates from a political parties are prpposins we Lave ror Liver Ij E L en to the country moro able Stato pa or Miss Landon an Eng Â¬ ter prices in the early fall miliar jciii1 aukvvaaiui pracnco lual me reduced lift terms of tbo Weekly Ameri Â¬ Â¬ N P Harness heirs and credit J Coke by direct nction on tho liver and incock Take his Daltxors patent one horse Plow 600 exalarming consequences of self abuse may can e ONE DOLLAR a year For six pern thun Gen lish authored of gifted powers and biliary apparatus drives out the poisons urs defendants plow moulds 200 each Cotton tra Tbe niovement in Canada iu favor State papers irsued in New Orleans be radically cured without the dangerous muntbs 75 cents Three months 4b cents which produce theso complaints and Notice is hereby given to the creditors ecrapers same who has been dead many years The of independence maybe as its advo Â¬ He is proud of them every Democrat use of internal raedicino or the applica Â¬ The real inlne of the paper it ill not bo stinmlatis tho sybtcm to a vigorous Bro from various factories one of N P Harness deceased that tho Powell bealthy condition tion of the knife pointing out a mode of drereascJ with redaction if price but poem which we have reference to may cates think a way to avoid annexation in tho land is proud of them 500aSOO two horse undorslgned Commissioner of the Fulton horse plows His ca- Â¬ AVo warrant it vlien taken according cure at once simple certain and effectual will be vastly increased in proportion to Circuit Court under an order in the above bat we regard it as a step in that di- Â¬ reer is without a singlo blemish I plows 600al600 be found in a collection of her produc to directions by means of which every sufferer no mat Â¬ price styled cause will attend at tbo County ter what his condition may be may core THE AMERICAS tions by N I Willis a poet himself rection In all essentials the Canadian have known him twenty years and Address Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky SUNDRIES CO PREPARED BY DR J C AYER Government is no similar to that of the the more his character is investigated himself cheaploy privately and radically Nxslmlle Tcon from tbe dftto hereof until the fourth of no mean ability and the editor of United States nnd the iotoresU of the Analytical Chemists Egy This Lecture should be in the hands Practical nnl Monday of July 1880 to receivo and hear the better it will be for him and the BAGGING 10al2Jo per yard of every youth and every man in the land Lowell Mass Wo will two countries eo nearly identical that Ws have a speedy and positive Care for the old New York Mirror ROPE machine 15a20c proof of claims against snul ueceuant brighter will his luster shine Sent under seal in a plain envelope to Catarrh Diplherin Canker Monlb and TIES 6a6o And that all claims uot presented to him sold rv ali rnvacisT EVEM nirecn ony fiy to Nemo that in future he close union ia inevitable at no very auy address post paid on receipt of six Headache in SHILOBS CATARRH REM Â¬ C A HOICOMIIE 450a850 sole per and proven as required by law witnin Sold by Gcd Samuel F Cary the famous LEATHER kip skins side abaudon taking other peoples wares distant time Whether it bo political EDY A nasal injector tree with eaeh cents or two postage stamps lb 30 a 35c upper the time specified above will be forever 450a500 the Publishers be it poetry or other thing else as we uuion or not matters very little to Greenbackker of Ohio has announced PRINTS 4a8o per yard bottle Use it if yon desire health and S12 a day at homo easily A WEEK barred JNO A WILSON 72 made Costly outfit freo Address AddrassOULVEKWULL MEDICAL CO THE Price oOcts Sold 1t Buck Bweetbrcnlb believe in the mazitn that honesty is either but it uiut be union of com Â¬ his intention to vote for General Han- - DOMESTIC 3Jal2e per yard Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court 11 Ann St New Yorkj POBox L CowiH Hiekroan Ky apl0 JEANS 20aC0c per yard Tsce Co Augusta Maine mercial interests based oufredi trade coo k 1 18S0 march the best policy i No Befr No Woek On last Salur Aii Ordinance Policeman CITY ITEMS SOMETHING NEW -- OrdinanceWharfage Taken up as a stray by Joseph Poyner living on the Mississippi river about half mile below tho foot of Island 8 in Fulton ceunty Ky on the 2Gth of June 1880 jone Light dies nut Sorrel Mare about thirteen hands high with a dark stripe on the back with underbit in encU ear scar on the right hind leg branded with II S II S on the right shoulder and JI on right hip with small white spots du the forehead about scvon years old and which I appraise at the value of S30 Witness my hand this 28th day of June 3880 JERRY J JONES J P F C july9 lw BTEAYED Headquarters for all Kindt of School Books and School Supplies toot and- - temte UNITED BTATS GOVERNMENT I tritz WM FRENZ STRAYED Boot anil H F Fethe Maker OTJRSTOCKisnow complete in all its partments IVCercliarit HAS John G GriSin Tailor COURTS J HPlautEro WOOi iiucai nnv J yeariB- i- couaciPVH lit kbf- sMikfe iiiHr Ta jh plaut THE finest line of Men and Boys Spring Highest cash jHkJs UflHMHHBftje WEIME1S er La -- wr J fnyL f - w racMSsBBni Cnildren j JkteMiHkt4- 9BPF JK r marched-through-lh- e anSumiher Clothing inthe city just receiv ed at w JUBE PL4UT iSfBKbs ahP CRY Pitchers if s J COHAN 1 TINWARE Â¬ - Vi a i g f JE O Castoria -- a g 8 a I Sifr -- o I I s g g I H ntho q I I gift a Q 1 Tax Farms for Sale 1 B B Brevard Â¬ Courier Journal -- IjIj tbaots cf B Wliislty RESTAURANT TIHIIE Public Speaking Cutlery PATENTS J fountain GOODS of all kinds have advanced from 25 to 30 per cent but we still adhere our old prices Cheapest TOVBS ffiflmwsraT 1 Cash House in town PLAUT and J Â¬ CONFECTIONERY FllESH BREAD itolsKi3H5ii Ague Cure get rter at J thai within CJaaRMEQ sixty -- ToceSBIVVPK Weekly American 3 at yard It Commissioners -- jstst MANHGOS m 1 I Commissioners - it V i - v W IC-- - - 4 w e fcF- t jfcw wi j T-- JW sCT- - J TjWPmssssssa y BaBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBasBBSBIBasBiBlBBBaaBw V4 1 1 BEMIXISCEXCES - OFTIIE WAK Tranvrli IFrrm th Boston But tliis mine Ohio regiment did ono thing tliat tlie boyshtild iu dear reinum braiioc The ilny tluy loft for iouie they Trent UiroaRb n sutltrs 4allislimeiit and when Uicyluul lhiishwl it it vraa cleaner than a schoolboys face on Sun Â¬ day morning Of conru it was naughty in them hut they had suffered the sutlers extortions so long that you couldnt Muue the in so very much At least the boys didnt j Hb was a brave fellow mid a truo sol- - t dier Tlie regiment had leen ordered Amid t rip for a charge at Cold Harlwr the incessant nun of bullets an occa- Â¬ sional shell came sciwimiuK ver our Leads He said inoro tlim once I dont mind theso pesky ImlMs but I dont like them shells Another scream an explosion and iho headlehs Inxly of our j dear comnule ltv iu the dut Was it n j presentiment Hb was an inveterate smoker and n cosmopolitan He aired not whose pipe lie smoktvl so long as it ww filled Tak Â¬ ing up n T 1 tliat L13- - on the Imuk of a tent ho lighted his match and ltegan Xnfting away when pror4o baiig his lace was lost to sight in u cloud of smoke that wasnot tolKK co smoke and the air wan filled with plpo shreds Ho expressiJ no stonLhmeut He menUv remirked By thunderthats the tldrd time that b been ilnyed on mo to day It was nt the Battle of the Mine Tlie Johnnies had made a cliargo on our front liut tho earthwork Hut our Ihys hnd thrown up was sometuugt hey wvre not preiKatxl for Thev wavuruiL Butl ere ioon tlirown into coiifiiM m A ilare devil found in every regiment who spent half his rime in the guard housu was over theembankment in an iustant and witli iious pnifanity which want of space compels us to omit he was driving in the relis as ono would drive sheep Of course he was promoted to tliu stripes but leforo he could huvo them sewed on to his blouso some now outbreak of his irrepressible nature scntliim totho guard bonsengain which canceled tho stripes forever Who can forget a certain Ohio resi xueut enlisted for one huudred days We were lehind tlie earthworks on tile Ber munda front when these gin its of the West for they were giants nlmost every man of them camuhiirryingiuirom tlie front more like a mob than soldiers 01 course we asked what tlie matter was Ono six footer of loquacious touo ex plained Ho had got a sight of the reus Oh said he they arc terrible look ing fellers awful dirtv and ragged Were you in the light wo asked No we wasnt iu the fight we only followed and held on to what tho skrimmagers took The fust thing I knew one of oui fellers got struck smock in tho foot 3 tell yer wo thought it was alxmt time to pile out o that was his remark as he moved on Â¬ Â¬ Breeding Elephants Ah Empress Life as Mr Corse and the London Cir-Â¬ Madame do Remnsat in her Memoirs cus seem to have demonstrated ele Â¬ just published introduces us to the inner phants under proper conditions may bo life of Napoleons court Sho shows us brought to breed in captivity it may be Josephine Napoleons first wife as she an open question whether in view of the was not as biographers have sketched increased difficulty of capturing tho aai her No girl need be under tho illusion mols tho supply in India may at no that tho Empress life is to be coveted distant day be wholly dependent upon Josephine knew little happiness in her their power to produce their young in lofty station for she lived not for its du- Â¬ bondage Mr Corses experienco en ties but for its pleasures The routine abled him to study the young elephant of court life was monotonous and weari- Â¬ from its birth under extraordinarily ad Â¬ some and her personal life was frivolouB vantageous conditions The preciso and far from being pure The Memoirs period of gestation ho Bays is twenty says months and eighteen days The young Sho never opened a book sho never animal whea born is thirty fivo and a took up a pen she noverworked scarcely half inches high It soon begjins to nib Â¬ tolL If prirate ono of thosn fellows that were an waited an at last sunthin turned np It was de ole mans toes Dar was big Ben Smaller In de spring or de fall in vrinfcjr or summer in good times or in lad he was alius lookin for suntliin to tumujj It never occurred to him his own efforts would count fur anyfln but hed sit an sot an sit an toast his big shins an fill up on Injan meal on wait fur suntliin to turn up All that elwr turned np fur him was six months in de work house Dar was Sir John Dorkey who was well known to moas of you Ho was a waiter Hed sit on de fenco an plan air castles an den foil off an find hisself in de mud He went to bed at night an got up in de mawnin wid a feeliu dat suuthin would turn up Per- Â¬ haps yon remember what did finally hap- Â¬ pen His ole woman ran away wid a better man and Sir John turned np at de lottom of do riber I tell ye dat waitin an epoetin an wishin doan pay One good days work at a dollar an a half will put mo shingles on do cabin roof dan all do waitin dis side ob do grave We will now distract de regular purceedins Detroit Free Press an a hoi cannot bo hid And it is just the same way with dirty cuffs SL Louis Spirit Tis true Even if you take the cuffs off and stick them in your breeches rear pocket tho first time you jerk out your handker- Â¬ chief they will be thrown twenty feet into the lap of a young lady on tho other side of the room A A Colored Ani MIcawbor 1 doan go a cent on de man who am waitin fur suuthin to turn np began Brother Gardner as services were opened Dor was old Uncle Luke Ho waited ble and suck the breast pressing it with its trunk to make the milk flow more readily into tho month while sucJang It has never been observed to use its pro-Â¬ boscis in any other way during this act but invariably seized tho nipple with tho side of its month At this period it is a common practice with tho elephant at- Â¬ tendants to raise a small monnd of earth about six or eight inches high for the young one to stand on and thus save tho mother tho trouble of bending her body every time she gives suck for sho never has been observed to lie down for that Tho nipples aro two in num Enrpose are between tho foro legs It is remarkable that the elephant having only one young iss by no means a strong affection fi eldTiii Innrn limn occurred of a mother Caving ber offspring and escaping into rthi woods If a be separated wild elephant nappe fmYTi horvraintrnnlri though giving SUCJtJ uizes or ackni tJwKiHspBBBaTSB I have lieen mucKinartified Mr Corse says at such unnatural conduct particularly when it was evident that tho young elephant know its dam and by its plaintive cries and submissive ap Â¬ proach solicited her assistance During the first year tho elephant grows eleven inches and is nearly three feet eleven inches high In tho second year it grows eight inches in the third bIx in the fourth year five inches about the same in the fifth year in the sixth year tlireo inches and a half measuring then about rax feet four inches in height During the succeeding ten years the growth is comparatively alow The male is longer in attaining its full growth than thofemalo seldom having acquired it before his twenty sixth year These figures aro arrived at by Mr Cross from the study of Asiatic elephants only The African elephant does not arrive at the colossal proportions of his Oriental brother But it will be observed that while Mr Crose only succeeded twice in breeding daring hisfivo years service as a director of the companys elephant hunters he nevertheless speaks of facts that could only have been learned from somo one who had studied elephants other than the two bom within his ex- Â¬ perience from their birth upward so that tho conclusion is irresistible that tho birth of young ones among the ele- Â¬ phants owned by tho East India Com Â¬ pany was not an uncommon occurrence Rev York Sun i was extravagantly fond of dress and dis- Â¬ Sho rose atnintf oclock DressÂ¬ play ing was a long process and a portion of it was devoted to minute personal em- Â¬ Though without literary tastes sle bellishments including paint She changed every article of her attire three times a day and never wore any but new stockings It woidd be impossible to name the sums she spent on clothes of every kind In every fashionable ahop of Paris there was always some Â¬ thing being made for her Her charm was her winning manners and amiable disposition But she could never conform in her own manner of lifo to order or to etiquette or keep within the limits of her purse Her personal allowance was a hundred and twenty thousand dollars a year but sho was per- Â¬ petually running in debt and incurring sharpe rebukes from the Emperor for her extravagance Wendell Phillips well remitffca iu Aua of his lectures that no man or woman is truly great for whose private life you have to moke some allowance Shopping Shopping is tho art of wearying onoa self in the attempt to find out what one does not want The pleasant fiction ob- Â¬ tains in certain fashionable circles that shopping is the labor attendant upon pro-Â¬ viding the children and madam with clothing and tho house with furnishings But no gentleman who has escorted a lady or two through a four hour shopping tour and at tho end carried as the net re Â¬ sult six towels a few handkerchiefs a ribbon or two and forty threo dress pat- Â¬ terns will daro or care to maintain that shopping is business It is a womans pastime It is to her what a shooting mntch or a fishing excursion is to tho average man He does not hit the hulls eye or catch the big fish to any great extent but he has the tramp ho guts tired and secures a good appetite for his dinner In both cases it is not tho re-Â¬ sult but tho pursuit tint pleases How much fun there is in ranging throngh a score of shops and pricing things that she has no intention of buying in hunting for bargains that are lievor uceeptod when found and in allowing the to clothe her in purple and fine linen at tho cost of guigliam andculioo A no man ever has or will comprehend man is a nuisance to a shopping lady and shopping is a nuis iucj to a m in Where the fun comas iu he fails to jMfr stand When he has occasion Biy anytliiug ho rushes into a store what ho wonts inquires tho show that ho is wide awake aa s up pays tho money and asks for tho goods feeli Â¬ Hi a J if BMJ p COURIER A SPLENDID OFFER READ IT Bjlj IIP A vegetable preparation and tbe onlr remedy In tbe world lor Rriehtit dim Mire jut Warners Safe Kidney and Urer Cure Ibrma lif lir Cralfi Stdntv Curr1 of tbee statements ar For tbe cure of call for TVnr aera ftafto Dlaboteanlabctce nnd tbe other Van K9For tbe cure of Brthta disease call for Warners SaTo Itlducy Dlnbcte nad ALL Kidney Liter and Urinary Dtoeasea WirTcstlmonlala cf tbe blfbest order In proof teii m The Courier Job Printing Office is the best appointed all the lecnl sews notices assessments I ft a nad other sales markets etc etc giving inferinaiian that ercr resident of this conntj ought to hare and1 cannot deprive himself of without being likely to lose many Itiees the rost of the Pper The Village Farm Town and County Talk on subjects of local interest will be supplied fully in our columns be Â¬ sides much interesting reading All tbi can be had at scarcely 4 cents a week or only 2 for the entire year Almost everybody knows tbe high raluo of the American Agricultitritt a journal thai has jnst completed its 37111 successful year It is a large beautiful journal full of plain practical reliable most usefuUnformntion for eTery man woman and child It pi bits every year 700 to 800 original engravings of labor saving laboThelping contrivances many of then home made also of animals plants con- Â¬ struction of bnildings etc etc The American AgrieuUttritt also constantly pob lishes exposures or the various humbug and swindlers that prey upon the peopler with their artful schemes These expos- Â¬ ures save tens of thousands af dollars to its readers tJerj year With all its splendid features and an outlay of over 250QQa vear in collect inir and nrenarinir infnrnnilnn onpn ings etc the circulation is soarge that The CovsrEii will be during the ensuing year eatl fraprove J It will furnish ofting And Better Sdll nad UTcrCnre WARNERS SAFE BITTERS It is tbe beat Blood Fnrlfler and itlmolntM every function to more bealtbful action and li thus a benefit In all diseases It cures gerernloBfl and otberSbln Eras tlena and Diseases Including Caucera UI erra and otber Sores Byapepala tbe Stontarn Constipation Wmlmen of Dlzalnes Ocncrnl Debil Â¬ ity etc are cured by tbe Mare Blttera It is nnequaled as an appetiser and regular tonic Bottles of two sixes prices see and S40 Qalekly gives Beat and Sleep to tho suaetlng cures lleadacne and Mearaleln prereuts Epileptic Fits and by relieves rTcrvona Fros- U stlon brought on ezcenlve drinfc over- Â¬ work mental sbocks and otber causes Powerful as It Is to stop pain and soothe disÂ¬ turbed Nerves It never Injures tbe system wbetber taken In small or large doses Bottles or two sizes prices Me and 01ee WARNERS SAFE NERVINE iHui lirHt WARNERS n Immediate and active stimulus for SAFE PILLS knowincr wa rBTCouTtirri9l had misunderstood tne n mediately lieeomes coiiviucv bhiTr ana core cosunaess ptwhshi jnar-vmiiMM lBUIMateria Trrtr rtoa a lor oniy jou eacn year We Karrlcd Agate Wltaoat Kiiewliig It cm that is set Strasbourgs Clock Oatdoae A wonderful clock said to be superior in mechanism and the variety of its per- Â¬ formances to the famed Strasbourg as-Â¬ tronomical and apostolic cloak will be placed on exhibition in Tammany Hall to day and for considerable time will reÂ¬ main there for the inspection of the pub lio This clock was constructed at Detroit by Prof FelixlVEeicrs a gentloman who has devoted his entiro life to the study of astronomy and mechanics It is called tlie American National Astro- Â¬ nomical Clock and it is probably the most complex and ingenious horological work that the hand of man has ever produced This clock is 18 feet high 8 feet wide and 5 feet deep and weighs 4000 pounds It is wound once in twelve days and it run by weights of 700 pounds It shows the local time in hours minutes and seconds and tlie time of thirteen other cities of the world among which art Washington San Prancisco Melbourne Pekjn Cairo Constantinople St Petersburg Jjondon Berlin and Paris It also denotes tho movements of the planets and meaÂ¬ sures their movements by reasons years and cycles for 200 yoarst including leap years Concealed in its ulterior is a mn ioc 1kx which plays when Death strikes each hour At tho ame moment the figure of Washington seated in a chair beneath a cauopy rise to liis feet hold Â¬ ing the Declaration of Independence in his right liand A liveried servant sit- Â¬ ting at the right hand also rises and opens a door through which come all tho Presidents of the United States who march iu review before tho effigy of Washington saluting him as they pass The procession disappears through a door on the opposite side of the platform which is opened and closed by a servant in gorgeous livery Tho likenesses of theso figures including that of President Hayes who is in tlie rear ore said to bo excellent As soon as tho door is closed the figure of Washington resumes ita chair of state and all is quiet until the hammer of Death again Bounds thehour on the gong uhen the extraordinary scene is repented The quarter hours are struck by an infant the half hours by a youth and tho tliree quarters by a num The South Church Boston has offered 45000 for tho clock tho prico of which is 50000 A GIrKBnn Phil Sheridan sad tho Planter During the pursuit of Lees army from Petersburg to Appomattox General FHL Sheridan commanded tho advance of Grants army At dawn April 7th all the rebels were ou the north side of the Appomattox with tho Union troops closo at their heels Little PhiL ever at the front stopped at a farm house near Prospect Station dismounted tied his horse and started np tho walk Upon tho piazza sat a middle aged typical Southerner with long straight hair combed behind Ids ears and covering his neck a swallow tailed coat bun waistcoat nankeen pantaloons and mo- Â¬ rocco slippers A gorgeous shirt frill adorned his bosom and from the embras-Â¬ ure of his war like collar he shot defiant glances He bowed stiffly to the General who nodding carelessly Bat down on a step and poured over his maps Soon he looked np and said Have yon seen any of Lees troops about here to day Sir as I can truly say that Planter none have been by me I will say so but if I had seen any I should feel it my duty to refnse to reply to your questions I can not give yon any information whichÂ¬ might work to the disadvantage of Gen eral Lee The General with a little whistle of surprise puffed away at his cigar and continued to study his mop In a few minutes ho looked np again and asked How far is it to Buffalo River Sir I dont know Planter The devil you dont How Sheridan long have you lived here Ail my life Planter Very well sir its thna Sheridan yon did know Captain put this gontlov man in charge of a guard and walk him down to Buffalo River to show it to him The Virginian of the old school enjoyed the pleasure of tramping through five miles of mud to look at the river with which he was perfectly familiar esting woman and procured a divorce in an obscure Indiano town He did not say a word about it at home Ono day hisold est daughter received a parcel of patterns from a lady inlndianapolis Itwasanold copy of a country newspaper An adÂ¬ vertisement attracted her attention It was an application for a divorce for her father from her mother The young lady decided to visit her friend in In- Â¬ dianapolis and to make an excursion to the county where the divorce had been granted She returned with ample evi- Â¬ dence that her mother was living with a divircedman Sho showed her father a copy of the advertisement and told him that she hod found out all about him He walked the floor for a minute and then turned to his daughter I have been a very bad and ginlty man he said but it is not too fate to make amends I will go to her and confess all and undo what I have dona Confess first to me said tho giri It is Miss who is the woman in the case is it not It is I thought as much Are yon to marry her I was to You must not go have married her to mamma yet She must bo your wife again before she knows tho fearful truth The young lady was equal to the emergency The twentieth anniver-Â¬ sary of her parents marriage was closo at hand She invited all their friends and had them married again by tho same minister who performed the cere- Â¬ mony twenty years before Sho took pains to have her mothers rival present and remarked to her in a corner Papa and mamma are married again as fast as law can do it Whether the truth Is ever known depends upon you Papa will never tell it lam sure and for mammas soke I never shall But it does seem to me jdear that some other climate would suit your constitution bet than this A A man in Toledo with a wife and three after 8toreJookiii children became enamoured of an inter Â¬ wildly into thenextstoro prices tho sum goods and finds them highi rpous toston - ijcun tiavuriL yn insula iu Tr whether it is what sho wants bhol rushc n- I be used whenever tbe Dowels do not operate freely and regularly 4 tor Pill X wi lull m br ttorat a wnt Fri 5 ets a m Wrrfc Salt IUmwKm ara rI la aaoldse vr7wfera IROCHESTEE S T C7Sta4 fbr FaataX 4 she thinks sho may sometime want ge led off on false scents- and eonies baekti tho first store to findthut all the gxxb she looked at in tho monilng aro sold and finally goes lnimj with n few pat terns and a pap r of pins without thr goods tliat she camo out in the morning fully intending to buy Chicago Al- at other things th it HHWinwfcCs Iraprleis tUUU OFFICE in Southern Kentucky or Western Tennessee New Type New Presses Â¬ liance tit Xewly MnrrlPd Couples mrtbt virtuous fjEHTAUr are happr to announce tEafwe made arrangements to furnish to cash subscribers BOTH the Cousin and the American Agriculturitt jfor the small sum of only S265 a year both post paid which is but a trifle over fiveeenta a week Who will not smoke one cigarjless a week or save five cents from some other needless expenditure if necessary to constantly supply himseir and family with both of these journals Remember only 265 pays for the Coubiek and the American Agriculluiitt both sent post paid for a whole year Please tell your neigh- Â¬ bors of this Send in your subscriptions at once The American Agriculturitt is just entering its 38th annual volume and now is th time to subscribe rriiinl j BLUaiU ssssssV Aad Still Better The publishers of the American AgriculÂ¬ turist have secured Marshalls new large magnificent Steel Plate Tne Fabmbs Pbide one of the finest works of this great artist whose pictures of Washing Â¬ ton and Lincoln are of world wide repu- Â¬ So fine is this new work that Mr tation Marshall received 3000for engraving the steel plate alone It was so highly valued thaMhirty good judges subscribed S2o each for 30 copies of the first or artist proofs and no copy of the picture can bo bought for less than 500 But the publishers of the American Ag- Â¬ riculturitt have just secured the Plate ana having large facilities for multiplying it they propose to present this Splendid Engraving on fine Plate paper 22x28 delivered post paid to every subscriber for volume 33 of that Journal who sends 20 cents extra to cover cost of packing mailing and postage on the engraving Subscribers can secure through this office the Codribr and the American AgrieultHritt both post paiil for one year and also delivered free a copy of the above named Steel Plate Engraving that will be a great adornment to every home ALL THREE for only 285 of life Tho iudiLstrious wife is cheer Â¬ fully employing her bauds in domestic duties putting her house in ordero mending her huslnuids clothes or pre narinor dinner while iierliais tlin httlrr ilarlhig sits prattling on tho floor or lies j sleeping in the cradle and everything seems prepiriug to welcome tho happiest of husbands and tho best of fathers when he shall come homo from his toil to en- joy the sweets of his little paradise Thin is true domestic pleasure I Health contentment love abundance and bright prospects are all here But it has become a prevalent sentiment tliat a man must acquire his fortune before he marries that the wife must have no sym- Â¬ pathy nor share with him in the pursuit of ij in which most of tho pleasuro I I I state of society iiihielMbe husband and wife set out together make then property together and with porfect sympathy- of soul graduate all their ex penses plans calculations and desires with reference to their present means and to their future and common interest Nothing delights man more than to enter tho neat little tenement of the young people who within pcfhaiw two or tlireo years without any resources but their own knowledge of industry have joined heart abiThhndj hnd engaged to share together tho respmwilfilitiesf duties interests trials and pleasurea o Â¬ Â¬ It is the happiest and llUlMEKf always tWM sad mstsc Dbay sfttata Ta worlds great Paia ReUarer far Max aaS SmlmU Cam cptlelc New Machinery AJSTD 9 ad rellaWa THE Narcotic Children grow fat upon aiothers like and Physi- Â¬ cians recommend CASTOBIA It regulates tho Bowels cures Wind Colic allays FeverishncaW and destroys Worms BEST PITGHERS CASTORIA Isnot OF O PRINTERS Therefore Paper Store Perhaps the most remarkable Cljoct ever fashioned from paper was a fire stove with a cheerful firo burning in it Wo have from time to time noted tho an- Â¬ nouncements of newly invented railway carriages and carriage wheels chimney pots flour barrels cottage walls roofing tiles and bricks and tiles for stamping all made of paper A material capable of so many uses so diversified in char- Â¬ acter is obviously destined to play a very important part in our manufacturing future Articles of this kind which have jnst now perhaps tho greatest interest and which are among the latest novelties Atin this way are paper blankets tention has frequently been called to the value of ordinary sheets of paper as a substitute for bed clothes or at least ca an addition to bod clothes Tlie idea seems to have suggested the fabrication of blankets from this cheap material The fact tliat they are not as durable as tlie genuine article is in their favor as in the case of the very poor where the same bedding is used for years a very cheap material that will last only a comparatively-short time must be better than aurablo articles that are rarely or never Â¬ Â¬ aaaan anna sKtr nanl m very unhappy at This is fills tho community with bachelors who are waiting to make their fortunes en Lingering virtue promoting vice it do- stroys tho truo economy and design of tho domestic institution and it promotes inefficiency among females who ore ex- Â¬ Coughs Colds Sore Throat Bron Â¬ chitis Asthma Consumption i pecting to bo token up by fortune and passively sustained with any caro or con- Â¬ And All Blseases or THROAT and XTJXQC cern on their part and thus many a wife Pnt np In QaaxtAlse Botue far Family Uaa O SdeaUfleaUr enpand of Balsam Toln Crriunixrt becomes as a gentleman once remarked Back Osodj Ola Hj a and othar tonics Th Tonaala not a helpmate but a helpbeat la known to oar best pbrilcUns nlchlr eoaraaadad fer ttiam and toa aaalraia ef our aoal proauaaas uoiaen Age caandaFrof O A MAKUfKBln Oaleatolsoa taa people must set ontwitii as large ssa expensive an establishment as is becom ing those who have been wedded for UlUJ WUOUU IU1U LUU JUUiif UliUl 1C14 HflQUIl mwsFznl w4- We Keep in Store a Well Selected Stock of THE IATEST IXVEXTIOX IX rSE rUL UOVNEIIOI ARTICLE Within the last few years there has been expended n great deal of inventive twenty years PRINTBlIr STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS Til J WBagg I SURE CURE 1 washed Tie Dally Life ef Admiral Porter partment and really does little toward the actual command of the navy Be is habits Admiral Porter is a mac of the quietest A Short KotcI He never coes to the Navy De of course Inspector General of the navy and has a board of officers who inspect every ship when sho goes out or comes in Examining the reports of his offi- Â¬ cers and giving orders constitute tho larger sharo of his work He has a secretary and a Etaff officer who comes every day to his office and their duties no doubt aro quite onerous The Ad Â¬ miral is not one of your early risers He is much like other good people who live long except in the matter of early ris- Â¬ ing Ho generally turns out how easy it is to beconio nautical 1 about 8 or 8 80 and by 9 or 10 he is in his office The latter part of tho day hois less busy and he will freo and Souse and is He sticks closo to rarely seen in the streets He owns good horses but when heis out he is as BraokedflBdinhis easyffllBBW6aom lis hkely to be in his daughters pony phaeton Bfl in the dignified family carnage He entertains handsomely but mostly at dinners He goes out only enough to keep himself in the circle of society In appearance Admiral Porter has not a military air and he looks no more like an old salt than any business man He is about five feet nine inches high with a figure well knit and straight and just stout enough He weighs about 180 His full trained whiskers are turning gray slowly his hair is full and black with a few hairs too many turning gray hero and there He is not a particularly striking man but if you talk with him you will find that he rends and thinks and that his ideas are about as near right as they can be He is now sixty years old but ho looks fifteen years younger Ho has been engaged for several years in writing a history of tho navy during tho war Washington Jicpublic At the Grand Central Theater in this city is a freak of nature Tho name of Gus Mills is pretty well known among variety stage frequenters but the world lias never lecn told that Gns is a phe- Â¬ From early boyhood ho has nomenon exhibited a passion not for girls like oilier boys but to bo a girl himself Tliis desiro liecame a mania till at the present time Gns is more girl than man He dresses as a girl dances as a girl and flirts with the girls His female ard robo is probably tho most extensive in Lcadville and every article made and every stitch taken was by Mills own banit He makes his own striped stock Â¬ ings and paintH Ids faoo with exquisite skill Lcadvillc Democrat Tell God A enrious story is told of the wreck of A large British coal ship which fonndered far ont at sea last June off the coast of California The Bole sur-Â¬ vivor was a Portngueso sailor named Lo- Â¬ pez who was pickal np lashed to a AVERT BALDNESS raft as he drifted in the path of an vessel for Pnget Sound It cures Itching Erup it He was taken to the Marine Hospital tions nnd Dandruff As as a at Port Townsend and after a week of DRESSING it a DAIlt great skillful nursing ltocwno sensible bo as to is very desirable giving relate liis extraordinary adventure Ho tho hair n silken softness trinmpn had floated with a dozen companions which all admire It in medi- Â¬ helplessly in the Pacific for ten days keeps the head clean cine without food or vi ater Ono after another sweet and healthy ySV The dairy industry of the United his shipmates died from thirst until ho States represents an investment of over was alone with the last survivor and he 81300000000 and an annual production was dying Lopez said to him of butter and cheese of over 350000000 Goorgo do you think you aro goina in value which is 50000000 more than to God the hay crop three times more than the On receiving an affirmativo reply Lo-Â¬ oat crop and but one fifth less than tho pez added with all tlie in tenseness of com crop Over 350000000 pounds of despair When you get where God is DYE cheese and 1500000000 pounds of butter tell TTim to send me somo water ore made annually Of the total amount Tho dying man promised that ho of butter modo in tho United States would do so and soon breathed lulast will change the1eard to a BROWN New York produces 140000000 pounds Shortly after a copious shower fell and or BLACK at discretion Being in yearly and 100000000 pounds of Lopez was enabled by its help to hold chees ono preparation it Is easily applied James A Garfield of Ohio bad out until rescued as stated above on th and produces a permanent color twenty second day after the singing Secure your liberty poles now Tlie ten shares be never paid a dollar re- Â¬ tho ship that will not wash off liberty season is approaching and tho ceived 8329 which after iho invest lKEPAKliD BY prico of poles as well as the poles them Â¬ Ration began ho BLACK DRAUGHT cures dyspep Jwas anxious to have NASHUA NH CO selves Mill soon bo going up A tall R P HALL Oaes eia indigestion and heartburn judo and eternal vigilance whilo putting considered as a loan from Sold by all Dealers In Mediclna Amos to bimBclf For sale by Uuuk in CowuilO rjulil by it up is tho price of liberty thia year C A llOLCOSlUE Mr Fronde sends us a little novel which we print with pleasure and it small typo as it is paid for by the foot It was autumn Yes merry golden tinted autumn The sun poured down its mellow rays on the laughing fields of grain and all nature seemed to rejoice in the gladÂ¬ ness of the ample harvest The Tittle birds twittered and sang their sweetest and cheeriest notes in the branches of the oak trees that skirted the foot of tho cloud tipped hill while the big ones sat still and looked at them Far away to the right lay a vast marsh in which water cresses sweet sedges and bull Â¬ frogs generally mingled Dont forget that it was a pretty Bight Suddenly a boat is seen shooting out from tho mossy bonks that encircle tho marsh like a chapletotJaureL Inthq little craft aro seated a young man and a maiden ho strong limbed and handsome his face bronzed by tho kisses of the burning sun and scent laden breezes she fair and delicate like the lily or a Chicago base boll club With powerful strokes he sends the boat shooting throngh the water whilo the ripples fall away on either side Suddenly tho maiden utters a faint shriek and a pallor oerspreods her lovely countenance She has seen a bull frog One hand drops nerveless by her side and from it fell her hat a dainty thing of straw and canvass trimmed with flowers The young man at once plunged into tho water to recover tho hat Tho cruel waves closed over his fair young head the last thing seen being the port in the middle of it But he omitted to come np again After waiting until it was a betting point that he had gone to stay tho maiden rose in tho boat and gavo a des Â¬ pairing shriek Dead dead for a duck hat sho moaned and fell over the starboard side never knowing that sho had got off a good thing Tliat night tho sexton in a littlo village near the lake laid down ono pair and ho was not playing poker cither The pair was the two lovers who had died that day and been fished out later in tho evening Bnt where was tho bull frog that caused this calamity Oh where indeed Chicago 2H bune p Knew His Business A few months ngo a conductor on one of the Cliicao street cars Middeiily ex-perienced religion and joined it small flock in tho neighborhood of his resi- ouo mom uevont than lie was denco to be found in the country around and every spare moment from his bil iness was put into something energetic toward strengthening up tho littlo church into Notic Â¬ which ho hnd projected himself ing hia intertt his pastor to encourage him shoved him along all he could and in a short time tho now convert was a shining light among his and thu Christian grace with which Eerspassed the coulribntiou plato evoked sickles from what before Tiad lecn barÂ¬ follnw-worship- labels eratrboUls It iaweB known to toataedleal Brofeaeea that TOUJ BOOK and BYB vsU aord taa for fraataat raUefWeakOoocna Oolds lasses Branobntt Bore Throat Lans also OcaioiBTUoa ta tss la pleat weakeTdebUltatedlt Ires tons actlTtty and ia vu wnoi nqgian nasi adTaceedsUfet jaMuaaxviuuBtaaAirilZanaitN asfal tonla foTfasurosa Xasleaaant tataka and strecta For Cards Circulars Bill Heads Tags X tne ealrmMfeatadarUeM made uatsasme bar- - m Vat aOOVBBMMBMT STAMP on eaoa bottle a ZjATvjsvKsicx b rronrietortj 111 aCadlaoa Street CUcaw auaTu Ask yaar Srasstat far tat W Aalc jenr Orikai Am It t Jkmlx vMnw 1VI Vaiwha SsTCallsren nan year Mamma for It I aT Sld by BRTJOOrtTS OKOCXKS WJ3f2 MKKCKAWTa a rerrwaeraT Letter Heads Posters Envelopes Blanks LOWER and LOWER All kinds of Groceries hums sides c I will not bs n8 cheap as the cheapest JOHN WITTiNG undersold eeg n your own town Terras and outfit free Address II Hamett pI30 Co Portland Miiue ren pockoW Ono SuMay morning a hoodlum was noisy nnd the conductor quietly onleretl him out Ho went but Inst Sunday evening he appeared with n mob of dis solnto companions bent on a difficulty The conductor kept an eve on the leader until the disturbance became unbearable Put on brakes a moment parson said ho till I look afU r this fore Approaching tho thug ha went for him and wiped up several yards of aisle with him and then btood him on his legs Five cents for tho kingdom of God he demanded The hoodlum said ho did not hate to pay Five cents for tliis ridev Â¬ 66 a So s J HAL aftmzeZKI V Etc Etc ftMW Nt nWjjhHI ivBSBBBraBBBstiar wedtjplicate thought and genius upon what may prop- Â¬ erly be classed as household articles the most noted results of which are the pro- Â¬ duction of the sewing machine the wring- Â¬ er the washing machine the carpet sweeper c Almost every week we chronicle the advent of soufe new inven Â¬ tion by which tbe cares and labors of housekeepers are lessened and womans work made easier The newest thing to challenge our at-Â¬ tention and gladden the hrart of the housekeeper is what is called the Novel ly Brush Holder Carpet Stretcher ana Sweeper a very simple contrivance de Â¬ signed to firmly hold In position any kind of a brush or duster having an exten- Â¬ sion handle that enables one to wash or dust windows walls or ceilings without the aid of a step ladder That is one of Its conveniences and it is also one of the best carpet sweepers in tbe market hold- Â¬ ing the brush firmly at an angle cleans tbe carpet thoroughly raises no dust and dots not wear the carpet like the ordinary broom or brnsfa and will outwear a half doien brooms As a han- Â¬ dle for the scrubbing brush it is the best device ever made no more kneeling on the floor no more back aches or soro fingers As a carpet stretcher it is worth its cost as carpet of any size can be laid evenly without any of the labor and vexation usually attending such work It is strong simple thoroughly made cannot get out of order has no screws lever or hinges is compact cheap and durable Co It is manafactnrod by Browa Cincinnati the well known manufactur Â¬ ers of useful household articles and is sold only by their agents to housekeepers Tbe real utility of this article will at ence be seen by those most interested and we predict for it alarge 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 Btamp for descriptive circular and terms to BROWN CO O r Grand Hotel Building Cincinnati Louisville or Nashville Prices a STANLEY IN AFRICA Written chiefly Jby himself The latest and best and only authentic and satis- Â¬ factory low pricid volume published BEATS THE WORLD TO SELL GOO ssannnRssWi chimtandliosma countenance AND GUARANTEE THE PRINT TO BE JUST AS GOOD But brother remorc for yon cannot compel hi tribute Never yoummd tliat parson Ton preach and Ill collect Tliis man cant dead head on this ortbordox through lino without putting up Beside Im responsible to tho comjiany for his fjire Ivo punched him and hes got to show com tt YOUTHFUL COLOR and AND LIFE Ohemist of Mass It applies the natu ml food and color to tho and hair elands without leading staining the skin It will increase and thicken tho BTowtli of the hair preÂ¬ vent its blanching and endorse tailing off and thus and b bcn la iTCKrLllH TfWEVsnnf ntnntntm instant use by tb public for over twenty years and Is tho best preparation ever In- Â¬ vented for RESTORING State 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