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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 3S THE HICKMAN COURIER ruBtUHEn every FainTr MJJVgHt vJm v T tf TKiS-J-- 4tB rSSSCV V tBBk tfc 4 V - CJRGE JflCKJJAX - ar WARRElf KENTUCKT Clinton Street THE HICKMAf COURIER ESTABLISHED 1859 Where to go when abort of money Go to work Col Tboraas Scott the great rail road king is a atroog Hancock man IT OrricK ITeinse Building fkt Oldnt Netctpaperin Wcelern Kentucky HCCKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FKtDAY HANCOCKS ROLE IN 1877 TIRED OF THE BLOODY SHIRT Ready 1e Obey Prpuldent Aa Interview wltli Ren Pear Tildes Orders After hob Harmony and Peace march S Â¬ JULY 16 1880 Â¬ VOL WnlklB XM42 Bihe Water 5 Jly Â¬ Gen Wiofield Scott Hancock U a grandson of John Hancock the first signer of tbe declaration of Indepen Â¬ dence Wm HI English Democratic nomi Â¬ nee for Vice President was never de- Â¬ feated for any office for which he waa Editor Price of Subscription 2 FRIDAY 3eergc Warren An Ordinance Policeman Be it enacted by the City Council of tht City of JJitkman Sec 1 That the mayor be directed to appoint a policeman as is authorixed by sec 1 art 4 of the city charter and the compensation of said po Â¬ liceman is hereby fixed at 25 per cent SNAKES EGOS flowmTrIcK of Two Trlfltne TteH wan Exposed Ala Advertiser A fewejays ago one of the colored tenaots f a well known business man of the ty camo from the plantation several miles distant and informed the latter thtfae would have to leave the farm asjijloje his six months work and alibis claim upon the crop etc The btfess man was considerably and desired to know why surprise the learnt was in such a hurry to leave the latter replied that the farm was ovemiB with snakes that his wire had beejjfmade sick by them and that he knewUhey would die if they did not at ODcapet away The business man was stillifurther surprised upon bear ing thuySand proceeded to examine into tbematter He found that two men fra the city both of whom are well kaawB had been out to bis place auu fiajv iciniiauia irius upuu I Ot Those two men KnSBllllllllllKVl 114 mans wife Biok U KU McjjJJgomery Knott Explalnsi what vraa Cred it Moulller New York Hawaii In the first placo the Government s 2J Washington spec to Cincinnati Gazette Pittsburgh Leader Reporter It ia currently reported It is now fully established that Hanupon all tho fines irnposedand collected on tbe streets that you propose to sap cock wrote General Sherman while the persons apprcuenuea oy mm UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT ironi the charter of a company tbat had Electoral count was in progress that he Sec 2 This ordinance to be in force port Hancock Gen Pearson For once a Btreet should if the Democrat declared Til been made by the Pennsylvaia Legi from and after its passage Tresident R B Hayes report has proven true I am indeed den elected recognize him as President lature callod the Credit Mobilier Vice President Wm A Wheeler for Gen Hancock and will not only after March 3 even if he were inaug Â¬ and whioh was authorized to do any Secretary of State Win A Evarts An OrdinanceWharfage vote for him bnt do all I can to in urated or should take tbe oath of office Secretary Treasury John Sherman kind of service Tbe directors of tbe Secretary of War Gen Ramsey Be it enacted by Ike City Council of the City duce otbera to do the eame Gen Hancock will resign hia po Pacific road took all the stock of the MrW CSo I do not in New York Instead of Washington isrBlB truth as to sitron in the army in a short time Secretary Navy Thompson Ilichman Sec 1 That hereafter the wharfÂ¬ consider tbat Credit Mobilier and to the latter they what was taught I have any more infla The whole story is thus told by tbe whool that Secretary Interior Carl Chitrz age tax upon all steamboats landing with ence than any hia letter of accepting the other citizen and may correspondent of the Boston Journal gave the contracts for building the Pa to walk on the basics aid and before Postmaster General David M Key in the corporate limits shall be 20 per Democratic nomination for President not be able to make others gee as I do who was present at a Democratic con- Â¬ eifio road at enormous prices in other was impossible Attorney General Charles Devens cent upon the amount of their freight ion of his words contracted with themselves to first attempt ww bills where they do not exceed ten dollars bat yoa may rest assured that no ef ference where General Baldy Smith nee on tbo is delivered and two dollars and fifty cents where fort will be spared on my part to secure made known Hancocks position STATE OFFICERS build tbe road Credit Mobilier stook water siae Bear Dr Tanner who thinks he can do in Wayne their freight bills aggregate ten dollars as many votes for the man of my choice was at a premium of over 100 per county of Tho readers of the Journal will f snip ia a without grub or anything to drink for or aver All wharfage collected less as can be Governor Luke P Blackburn cent and the ring pocketed a large place too deep KaMKtR dtoe thick forty daya and forty knights has gone doubtless remember that a secret con commission for collecting to be set apart Lt Governor J 8 Cantrell It Will you tell me why you have ferenoe of leading Democrats of Ver Â¬ part of the money furnished by the with mud to as a wharfage fund to be expended only Secretary of Btate S B Churchill by a boat through bis day and was reported ai Government to build the roadj also r tie maaeui Assist 8ec of State Tbos O Harris in constructing and keeping in repair a so suddenly taken this step mont was held at Waterbury on the odea shoe spry as ever being only a little nervous so good subsiantlal wharf G Certainly Aa you know I was evening of March 31 at which Gen State Auditor Fayette Hewitt the proceeds of the ealo of the land with 8iriBgig MrfEea the under A convention of Irish citizens of the Sec 2 The owner or captain of any an alternato delegate fron the Twenty W Treasurer James W Tate Col McComb ono of the ring did not side which F Baldy Smith was present The rwara push United States is now in session at steamboat failing or refusing to pay said second Congressional district Attorney General P- - W Hardin get his full share of the plunder and without a and at Journal correspondent was admitted ktid tk Philadelphia tax shall be fined double the amount of Considering the politic Rel ter Land Office Alph 8helden brought suit in a Pennsylvania court water sw back cal situation of Ireland some danger- Eup ub Instruction J D Picket C tax due to be recovered by warrant in tended the Republican National Con to the Democratic conclave only on a vention held at Chicago I went there pledge of secreoy as to the subjects the city cuurt of Hickman tarecover8ame Ia the testimony it K Printer Ems Porter iiii adeajisedhw i ramiiiiiiiiiiiiiHt 8c ThjsUoaaeffccMndLlsajAaBoatandv8HUGraBttaan HHPv believing under consideration which ibjudbU nf r frtaa4fintn AMU 0kC4 llaaiA J afU IIBVBSaUjtVi COURT OF AFPAELS that he alone could be elected aadThat he nas faithfully maintained Rutin limVHHHHHHHntQ HAS Tairortmsair gres from ever investiratio the mat Soule were mTete J IVIW IIVUI eegga in the house ter several influential mombers of both ed Pryor Chief Justice Thos E his eleetion would restore that feeliog asrauch as the chairman of that meet Nobody has yet heafdfaaead They were air and water tigm TJofer Hargis Thomas Hines and which every oitizen North and South ing Hiram Atkins editor of Argus aod m the water and in fact snakes Houses of Congress had been bribed five feet long ten inches wide and five crat who has declared his intention to Health Ordinance Judges 4K desired I found that very many of and Patriot and Chairman of tho State were in everything about the premise with stock among tbe number Gen inches deep They were also poiutcd vote for Garfield And yet Tilden in Be it ordained by the City Council of UicJc those who dnnosed him rennrtprl In alt Committee has seen fit to divulge the The poor negroes were nearly fright Garfield SSSEUE at each end to reduce the resistance to 187G carriod the country by 276001 man 1st That John W Cole is hereby ap the contemptible trioks generally re most important statement made at the ened ont of their wits and begged to The exposures made by McComb the water having the appearance of majority aod got the electoral votes of Fuen County Court H C Bailey pointed health officer in and for the city sorted to Tbe two created great scandal and a Republi Â¬ models of double ended canal boats New York New Jersey Connecticut by pot house politicians to time to tbe country the Journal corÂ¬ know what they must do ndce held every 2d Monday in etch of Hickman for the ensuing twelve months removable however at the option of the defeat him Ribald songs were freely respondent feels absolved from further men replied that they could eure the can Congress appointed a committee with perpendicular sides all the way and Indiana nonth Fallen Counly Quarterly Court H C City Council sung about the hotels scurrilous circu secrecy or obligation to keep silence woman and banish the snakes one of to examine into it Before that com- Â¬ around In the middle of the upper Gen Belknap Secretary of War un- Â¬ 2 Thntit shall be the duty or sad health lara spread broadcast in fact Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan Â¬ anything relative thereto The story related by them telling the negro man that if he mittee Gen Garfield swore that he side a bole or well is sunk to receive der the Grant administration is quoted officer to watch over the sanitary condi Â¬ uary April July and October would give him 8100 he would cure never owned received or agreed to the foot of the wearer This being by tbo New York Sun as having de- Â¬ tion of the city and to carefully guard everything reputable and disreputable Mr Atkins at Cincinnati was doubtless VAOISTRATC9 COURTS his wife and drive all the snakes let District Esq Donaho 2d Saturday against all canse of disease to use all was dona that would in any manner made with tho view of gaining the good purgatory In order to carry out into receive any stock of the Credit Mo open at the top and liable to receive clared to a federal officer in tbat olty the bilier or Pacific railroad nor any dir in March June September and Decem- known measures to prevent the introduc- have a tendency to belittle the man will and support of Tildeas followers is separate from the wateright last week that Gen Garfield is tho deception one of the white men took a idenda or profits arising from either of water Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in tion and spreading of contageous or in Â¬ that stood up and fought for our flag for Gen Hancock berhas been dis body of the boat The apparatus is most corrupt man in America Ha fectious diseases and to perform such I left Chicago toe 31 on tli s before the nomination credited and doubted by many but load stoQO from his pocket and touch- them well braced inside for strength The would tteal Heavens livery to serve Esq Goar 3rd Saturday in other duties as the City Council may from was made 2d District Win and when I found that an your correspondent caa fully corrobo ing a steel pen to if told the negro The Republican committee headed is beneath and consists the devil in isreh June September and December time to time determine necessary to pro would point to where therewere by Judge Poland oondemned tbis propelling part that it sn Miles 4th Monday in same months mote the health of the inhabitantsof the other Ohfo man had been placed at the rate the truth of tbe story in every of two gang paddles one at each Since the completion of the railroad front I concluded it was time to stop particular which he will proceed to do snake eggs in the bouse Turning to- Â¬ statement as false by reporting to the end These sets of paddles which 3rd District Esq Reed 3rd Monday in city Hakt ward the door tho white man walked House that Garfield DID agree to take 3 ThaLlttaenant wslnr r ntiir iaatir and think March June September and December When the Democratic open and shut by the motion through tho growth of population and tbe de- Â¬ Tbe conference referred to was in to the door and over it he found two ten shares of Credit Mobilier stock Esq Mayes 4th Saturday in same months or8ubstance deleterious to health shall I party placed Gen Hancocks name at one of the upper parlor of Bishops the water like a window blind except velopment of the mining interests of 4th District Esq Dickinson 1st Mon Â¬ not remain upon any vacant lot or lots the head of the ticket Egyptian snake eggs iss I knowing him Hotel in Washington at about 10 gro saw this his ayes When the nei that the premiums and dividends on that the separate paddles are swung by Arizona have been immense so that day in March June September and De and it shall be the duty of the health off- Â¬ nearly flew from these shares paid the original cost of the upper side instead of by the middle every month alters the condition of Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in icer to have any such water matter or sub Â¬ personally ana having scan him in oclook on the evening of March 31 cember stance removed frou such lot or lots by battle concluded I would be going Therewere present Air Hiram Atkins their sockets Placing the eggs on a same and left a surplus of S329 which are held by iron side pieces which are things towns roads and mines start Â¬ ante months 5th District Esq Boar 1st Wednesday the owner or agent of the same and if back on the very many resolutions B B Smalley W H H Bingham table one of the white men lighted a latter sum Mr Ames paid Garfield aod fastened at the zinc boats Wires be- ing into existence in all directions match and set the end of the egg on in March June September and December such wafer substance or matter it not unanimously adopted by the Republi Lucius Robinson A M Diokey J fire and in due time a snake burned produced Garfields receipt for that fore and behind bold these sets of padA bill has been introduced into the Esq Collins 3rd Wednesday in same removed after three days notice to the can Garfield afterwards swore dles in place perpendicularly under the Canadian parliament to incorporate a convention viz That all things W McGeltriok MD Oilman amount owner or agent of said lot or lots then the ruonllis out of the egg As quick as the form the 320 he received from Ames was - fCth District Esq Jones 4th Wednes Â¬ health officer may have the same done at being equal we must give the prefers Deavitt M S Bowman boat Col Bailev company to construct a tunnel under lav day in March June September and De tbe expense o said owner or agent and eace to the soldier if I did not sup R H Scott I W Redington and of the snake appeared one of the white a loan but as Mr Knott aptly said now IT WORKS tbe St Lawrence river to be used by 3sV men pretended to be greatly afraid of Who ever heard of a man borrowing the cost Tor removal or abatement shall port him 2d Wednesday in Esq cember Gen Hanoock is a man of fifty other Demoorats of Vermont When the walker on the water is Canadian and United States railroads be ascssed against such lot or lots and whom any party might be came months Why not S33U or mounted in his shoe3 which rescm and also by carriages and pedestrian proud and Your correspondent sat at a table in it took it up and threw it in the fire exactly 8329 tbe cost thereof be recovered by warrant there being so little difference in the the center of the room and opposite before the negro could discover the de 325 Mr Kelly of Pennsylvania ble as they lie together on the water The capital of the proposed Company in the city court of Hickman and for his ClTV OFFICIALS if any him sat Gen W F Smith ex Police ception Tbey then repeated the same S329 at the same time and under sim the double bulls of the new steam ia 5000000 services in abating or removing aneh platforms of the two parties Mayor H A Tyler water matter or substance the health that of the Cincinnati being the best Commissioner of New York City Dur trick wmt the second egg and by this ilar circumstances Kelly acknowl- Â¬ ship Castalia bnit for the English City Judge George Warren time the negroes were trembling with edged it was dividends on ten shares officer shall be allowed three dollars per that to my mind it becomes a question Quito a large force of negroes from City Attorney R T-- Tyler or of a catamaran he pushes ing the evening General Smith was day to be taxed in the coat of abating or of men and thoroughly fear and ready to do anything in order Credit Mobilier stock Garfields guilt Channel with Tennessee and Mississippi arrived in City Clerk R E Millet knowing Gen called upon to address the meeting one foot the motion forward removal by the city court of Hickman and to escape the terrors whioh they be was so plain that the New York Times City Treasurer TP Forlune Hanoocka character I consider tbat and in his remarks he said opening the paddles which yield to our city last week come hither to o T M French A A Far- - recovered as the cost- of removal lieved bad seized upon them Councitmen The Tribune and other leading Republican the water giviog no resistance of the work on tbe Mobile Ohio extension 4 The health office shall have authori Â¬ he will carry out Gen Grants ideas There is one thing about General L Handle IV B- - Plumraer Co mean business ty to order tbe removal abatement and as promulgated by him at Lees sur- Â¬ Hancock that I want to tell you of white men then pressed their demand papers demanded his expulsion from water The repetition of these motions Messrs Dunvant iW T Bcckncr H S Campbell prevention of any and every sanitary render at Appomatox and he the which will show the character of the for 9100 to cure the woman and drive Congress for perjury and bribe taking constitutes the new system of walking and intend to carry the road through City Marshal Jas A Warner nuisance in the city of Hickman and spec- Â¬ means of filling up the ditch Col- Â¬ TYbarfmaater Wm Young that baa man I know it to be true and it is thenatfes away on water It is not dissimilar to the to Cairo on double quick time ify a reasonable time within which it shall The negro man mounted his mule J as A Warner Marketmaster umbus Times bo long divided the North and South this Knott Explains the DeGoIyer effort required for the use of snow During the exciting times pend City Tar Collector Sml Landrum Jr be doae and in the event of the failure of R Rut aint Garfield a Boldier as ing the election of President in 1876 andtstarted to fee his landlord in order Swindle the owner agent or occupant of the prem Â¬ shoes except that there is no lifting The toy pistol is the latest nuisanca n- Peter George Sextoto raise the means and cancel his en ises to comply with the order of the health well as a statesman In the DeGoIyer pavement case Mr necessary The name given the ap in the hands of tbe small boy Ho and about the time of the decision of Dist School Trustees W LMeCalca officer to so remove abate or prevent any gjfjent But when the business Knott said that he would quote noth- Â¬ paratus by the inventor is water seems to like it better than the time- Garfield tis true was on good old the en J no W Cowgill J as A Warner Jssstl sanitary nuisance within the time given Pap Thomas staff for a shqrt time and cockElectoral Commission Gen Han Â¬ TSjrisitetf the place he at once saw ing but Republican testimony In who then commanded the East is a mora honored hrecrcicer but he or she shall oe Jiablc to a fine in the COUNTF i5trickthat had bean played upon 1872 a ring was formed to swindle the skates useful purpose of the apparatus deadly implement and it affectionate OFFICERS The city court of Hickman of not less than ten doubtless billed the position as his As ern Military Department of tbe United histtenants and exposed it The two people by laying wooden pavements in County Judge TI C Bailey nor more than twenty dollars to be re- Â¬ sistant Adjutant General to his entire State wroto a letter to General Sheris briefly described as enabling one to fathers who supply their sons with it County Clerk Jno A Wilson covered by warrant taken out by said satisfaction But believe with Ruth man expressing his belief that Samuel egwhad bees placed over the door by Washington City In order to secure go where he can neither go afoot or inftnj st bo prepared to pay an extensive Sheriff B R Walker health officer in the city court of ili erford B Hayes that a man who J Tilden was legally elected Presi- - 009 of tbe wbiteraen while tho other the contract S5000 was paid to Gener a boat Joe could ush or hunt after surgeons bill w3HssssHtaTnW tch ottMR- ABa for wttalkini to stkoegroes and this al Garfield through K V rarsons aeauirins fi cjlitsjants use and when AtrajsTMJJ4ertfTtfcifroBto accept deatpaBd Assessor Jas Bushart taKen ont tbe neaitn omeer shall be nP office ought to be BMopffejocfcthe Riiop of Jticn scalped Now I am to take the oath of office elsewhere ifTfKjijlmffgbtF- jcn ce of xnv i6wasni5B uwwaiTswtfWTMaTObftHTtTttir A D Kingman Attorney iw53tMt County lowed 25 per cent of what is recovered It is Bhid that these whito men have of the Supreme Court The job ag Â¬ Sonle crossed the river several times mond diocese wholive3TBW5ihing Jailer Frank Thomasson not certain that Hayes said that If than at Washington Hancook further and collected In euch case Master Commissioner J AWilson 700000 and by tbe testi- Â¬ clothed in an ordinary suit and after Â¬ too at the time of the Surratt trial and 5 It shall not be lawful for any person he did it was about the beat thing he stated thatfas an officer of the United been on several farms in different por- gregated tions ef the county and played this mony of one of tbe contractor County Surveyor Robert McConnel to suffer or permit any decayed vegetable has ever uttered the ward dived into the water in a bathing was very intimate with tho priest who There is no doubt States army he should obey any order Coroner trick at places where there happened profits were about 6400000 or animal matter slop trash dirt or of one thing and that is tbis when In di Â¬ suit and regained hi- footing in the visited Mrs Surratt during her impris- Â¬ he might receive from President Til Â¬ to be sick persons Circuit Judge W W Robertson stagnant water to be and remain upon But for the prompt viding the swag the thieves fell out floating shoes from the water The ex onment does not believe that the SurCommonwealth Attorney B A Neal their lot or premises in the city of Hick Â¬ our people were building fortifications den after midnight of March 3 And and throwing up rifle pits to protect this added General Smith be was ready to action of the business man in this case and one of them Chittenden took the bition attracted much attention from ratt matter will affect General Han- Â¬ man and it shall behe duty of the health WEKKLY He the excursionists in the vicinity and cocks candidacy any Roman Cathos officer after two days notice if such is not city we all threw up our hats and answer a call for troops to sustain however he would have lost two good case into the Chicago Courts removed or abated to have warrant issued j shouted with that intense enthusiasm President Tilden should the occasion tenants and the poor negro would have wanted to be reimbursed for the money was repeated as often as the curious lies he believe now fully understand lost 100 from tbe city court of Hickman against which comes from an honest expres Â¬ paid Garfield and othors The Repub small boys in boats and the frequent tbe part taken by Zancock in tbat afdemand a resort to arms the persons owning or occupying said lot sion ruled that as regular landings of the steamboats per- Â¬ fair and know that bis oonnectioa lican Judge Farwell of gratitude when we heard that or premises and upon conviction of a c EWSPAPEB OF THE SOUTH Madrid Dend Croon HErSKSESTATITE with it was blameless General Garfield had to pass upon the mitted Hancock had driven back the three A Base Fabrication violation of this ordinance such person Madrid Bend Ky appropriations for the work in his ca shall be fined by said city conrt not less lines deep and 45000 strong that Tbey were playing a game they oall The reported interview with Prof A GOOD PAPER FOR ALL SECTION July oth 1880 than ten udr more than twenty dollars pacity as Chairman of the Appropria- Â¬ threatened to overrun Pennsylvania and Mrs Tonry daughter of Mrs Surs euchre She held both bowers and WOODBINE TWINETII 6 H ehall for any perMr Editor Here I come again tions Committee of Congress tbe 5 Will be sent one year postage free r son to permit not be lawfuldirt or filth toÂ¬ No man living can speak disparingly ratt regarding Gen Hancocks con Very few know the origio of this the king and two aces of other suit any kind of TWO DOLLARS which amount will t 000 was nothing more nor less than a and mark my nection with tho exeoution of Mrs tapping at the door to your columns accumulate be and remain upon their of Hancocks valor popular phrase In New England but she was a novice at the game A elude a handsome premium in the aha e premises in morals in their privys stables cellars words he will prove to the satisfaction Surratt published in the Cincinnati Your statement that Mr Noonan has bribe and being pernicious residence is ornamented young man who was teaching her look Â¬ of a book or a knife or various artiees or out houses or upon their lots and if of the American people that he was not Commercial a few days since In his testi nearly every woodbines was not a just ciaim proves At the cor ed at her cards and warmly exclaimed of usejand beauty as may be selected any person violates this ordinance they raised tbe premium wheat this season mony before a Republican investiga- Â¬ with trailing to have bees a trumped up thing a from our printed lists A sample copy of shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor only a soldier but is a statesman ners of the bouses generally may be What a lovely hand she looked him R ButGeneral you are a mem- Â¬ work of the imagination Prof Tonry has elicited this reply Madrid Bend ting committee Geueral Garfield was seen at a tin gutter or spout foHcad- - right straight in the eyes and murmer the Weekly Courier Journal and a circu- Â¬ more than twenty dollars to be recovered is unwilling to yield that honor to bim asked what service be rendered for lar containing the full list of premiums by warrant in the city court of Hickman ber of tbe National Union Veteran in a published card says off the roof Around ed You may have it if yon want it will be sent ea application In reply he stammered ing the waterthe woodbine twine up All the rest of the evening he wonder- 7 Be it further ordained that all vaults Committee and also chairman of the In Saturdays Baltimore American Mr Robert Noloo who is one of our that 5000 these spouta The Couhikb Journai is a combination in use or used as city Republican Executive Committee there appeared an artiele headed Mrs best farmers has a Canadian wheat and hesitated and could only say that James Fisk the noted New York ed if he was the victim of a leap year made in J8S8J of three old Louisville pa or pits now thoroughly heretofore out and which from its beautiful bright color he spoke to Governor Shepherd once cleaned pers viirtheJournalestablished in 1830 privies be to the level of be earth with rwill you still retain your position on Surratts Death What Her Daughter Has familiar with tbe proposal to say of Hancocks Connection with It filled is called Silver Chaff It beats Mr about giviog De Golyer McClellan speculator being very around and op the Courier in 1843 and the Democrat in then clean dry dirt or clay on or before those committees twining of these vines The lumber business is one of Geor- Â¬ Mr Knott did not 1844 Its reputation is national as well good 16th G Certainly not I have forwarded That article was not authorized indorsed Noooans in quantity though I have tbe contract originated the expression gias crowing industries and a the It is esti- Â¬ as its circulation and it is pronounced failure today of March 1880 owneruponthe my resignation as tbe member from or given for publication by my wife or not seen Mr NoonanV I believe it charge Mr Garfield with being bribed the spouts do tbe occupant of myself where the woodbine twineth in lieu mated that this years product will one of tho ablest and best arranged pa- premises npon which said or or pit may Pennsylvania to Gen will beat in quality It will class No He suggested tbat as Messrs Do Goly- of that common phrase on the utreets Grant who is sink Prof Tonry adds that Mr Fulton pers in the world its matter being espe be found shall each be fined in a sum of to 300000000 feet and will Chairman of the Union Veterans Nas of the Baltimore American called at 2 very easily He obtained the seed er Co were liberal gentlemen they gone up the spout and when he da amount adapted to the Merchant tho Far not less cially No in exceed ia value 5000600 than ten nor more than twenty tianal Committee and have also resigntwo years ago from the Agricultural desired to have a preacher Bier and the Family Circle Prof Ts three different times seeking Department and raised last year 36 no doubton the merits of their pave sired to say a roan had busted or dustry in the State has assumed such dollars and each day after the 16th day of ed opinion Choice from standard books of the times as Chairman of the City Republi- Â¬ would say proportions in the same period as has March Tand choice selection of the leading mag offense next shall be considered a separate Â¬ can Executive Committee I must an interview and was each time do bushels per acre the heads attaining ment and paid Rev Mr Garfield tbat gone up the spout he said fines to be recovered by war nted Tbe inference is that Fulton tbo extraordinary length of 7 to 9 he has gone where the woodbine this in tbe past four years In regard ntines1 or Illustrated periodicals ef the amount for hisl city court act consistently and I have no right having no facts on which to base his in i e up the spout twineth day furnished in combination with the rant Thetbe to the timber interests of the wire in tbe inches This year he sowed 8 health officer is authorized to to retain those positions when my sc Weekly for a mere pittance in addition to forged the material same field at tho same timeit by grass seotion it ia stated that timber i have all pits and sinks used as privies tioos may be against the interest of proposed interview the Waiting for the Millenium the price of the Courier Journal alone for it A dirty business Temperance now bringing better prices than it has side of a variety of white wheat called 1879 and cleaned out and filled up as above direct- Â¬ these whom the members of the two Richmond Register During the remainder of ed and the expenses thereof including We meant to have said something on for years through 1880 the Weekly Rev John C Randolph one of the super Â¬ committees may Indorse Col Tox Boford will not be tried the Tappahannook gave both varieties subject of temperance last week when without premiums will be sent to three dollars for his services for of such Wc mentioned sometime ago that a K intending the cleaning and filling Will you take the stump for at the present term of the Owen Cir the same cultivation and threshed 27 Professors of Centre Collego at Dan the matter was hrst brought up But the clubs of five or more persons at 1 60 pit or sink to bo taxed against the owner bushel per acre of the Silver Chaff ville preached at tbe Court house on route was being surveyed to connect Hancock Â¬ cutt Conrt and tbe caso has been con perhaps it is not too late now Tempereach and for every cVb of five the club to be recov- Â¬ New Orleans G My efforts as a stump speaker tinned till the November term of the aod 13 bushels of the Tappahanock last Sunday His sermon was on tbe ance is something that is destined to play the Chicago St Louis raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to or ocenpant of the premises court in the ered by warrant in the city To save the of this the Iron at any address free for a year I be Â¬ court far the following reasons as giv visiting Mryour readersseed Itrouble of millenium and the burden of his song an important part initthe futurereferred Railroad withTuesday a Mountain of upon were never valued very highly Nolen for will state wis that the world would come to an country for although has been Daily Courier Journal 12 a year post-- name of the city and the premises number this point lieve in a still hunt campaign Peowhich en by the reporter of the Courier pit or sink is found shall be Â¬ number of ace free Sunday Courier Journal S2 a subject the tbe payment of the same that he will not sell a bushel for love end in 1881 ple read and make up their minds after Journal The immortal Randolph to incidentally by a greatonly lately per gentlemen representing that railway to year postage free that were in tbis town prospecting and wo sons in times past it is He intends sowing 100 of Roanoke wouldnt have attempted 8 These ordinances to be in force from deliberating My idea is to place facts In an interview with W Monfort or monsy No travelling agents are employed by pcoplo have found out there ras any passage plainly before the public in the shape the Commonwealths attorney he said acres in Silver Chaff this fall and such a hazardous prediction The af money in it A few years ago a man understand they are well pleased with the Courier Journal Company but a lib and after their can supply all who may frighted inhabitants of Richmond aro of documents and through tbe medium he had eral cash commission or bandsoma prem could open a saloon and wealth would the outlook and intend to save the C reasons for agreeing to the next summer N O R R running into Col- Â¬ iums will be given to persons known to The Cheapest Newspaper in of the press An artiole in a good continuance First The criminal court want soed busy putting their houses in order or pour in upon him as the profit on a drink St L the community tbey reside in who will It is feared that the continued wet dering their coffins and preparing to of whisky or heer was three hunched per umbus in a short time The extension newspaper will be read by thousands ceases to exist on the 1st day of Aus act as local agents Any one who de the Sonth who would not attend a public meet- Â¬ gust and a delay beyond tbat time in weaaww ill destroy the oat crop go on the first train with tbe illustrious cent but a temperance lecturer could not will start this way from the neighbor-sitw to act and to assist in extending the this has all hood of Arlington promising The far divine who has chosen Richmond as make his Columbus Times ing By accident I got out to Green getting a verdict would perhaps reluft WssiiiiiiiiiiiV circulation of a paper that cannot be but changed T3WTeT1huch competition burgh last night and at the Demo in a discbarge of the prisoner on a lerVsarnirough plowing pio nics and the objective point ot announcing this in the saloon business and pricsa and beneficial to any community in which it It now looks tbat tbe dream of may be generally read Trill upon apcratic ratification meeting made a few subsequent trial by a plea of once in fish fries will now be the order of the startling intelligence to the world ta res aro fisrured so close that only a few years ot uotumous oi oeing a great plication be supplied with an agents NASHVILLE remarks They are now sitting idle on tho street saloon keepers clear a cent at the end of Second jeopardy This special term day real center is to outfit free of charge I cant exespt uncle Nick Combs corners with their arms folded and vA von ttlifto tpmnftrnTifA lecturers railroad Large forces be speedily work of the court was called for tbe 5th of are now at copies circulars etc IFor specimen A YEAR drunk Â¬ ized on his colt but will bet him the their mouths open ONE DOLLAR FOR A aioBkeyn Hanging waiting for the especially if thoy have been star address July which is this year a legal boli bet on tbe C iiro extension of tho Mobile W N HALDEMAN Qoldsboro N P diepallch to Globe Dem day and if there was a verdict of 100 tbat ZZancock will be our next crack of doom Randolph to tbe frontl ards sometime can rake in their two road and it U tolerably certain that then The next Presidential election will de- hundred dollars a night and lay up half Leni Leoti President Courier Journal Co Gabriel blow your horn One of the most novel executions guilty possibly on a motion the judg President N OlRoad will build a ermine questions of vital importance to of it against a day of sickness or trouble C S L Louisville Ky every citizen of the Union Upon jts that ever occured in this section took ment would bo arrested and the same or a relapse It will bo seen therefore branch from Arlington to Columbus to Hon A R Boone has been elecU Deafness ol tbo Aged the perpetuity has made rapid victim of whioh at Kfft9flPer day free home Samples results will depend of government of our placea here to day the by Mr Rockwell plea of former jeopardy become avail- Â¬ ed by the College of Bishops one of Nothing is more common than to that temperance few years and itsstrides get a connection with tbe Iron Moun- Â¬ republican form All was monkey owned future tain and Southern road during the past Address Srn worUl55 able these questions will he thoroughly disÂ¬ the 38 delegates to represent Southern hear old people utter querulous com- Â¬ is bright with promise Another thing ia aplSO sox Co Portland Maine Syrock The animal was quito a fa When added to these four roads cussed in the present session of Con stigma Last year the aggregate value of Methodism at the Ecumenical Con plaints about their deatness but those that as long as there was a wrt of selling the Columbm and Tennessee river gress It is our desire and our purpose vorite with all the children for miles of whisky tho profession We have a speedy and positive Cure for to that end For olothing manufactured at Cinoinnatj fence to be hold in London August who do so aro not perhaps aware that resting onwho dealt out cho liquid damn Â¬ road shall be built our sister city will catarrn Dipineria tancer niomn ana so far as we can contribute fully informed around and knew most of thorn this infirmity is the result of no ex- Â¬ and men poison their fellow men drink- - verily bo in the swim was near 912000000 which gave em 1881 that every citizen shall be several years past Jockos owner has Clinton Headache in SHILOHS CATARRH REM to pressed and wise arrangement of Provi ation EDY1 A nasal injector free with each upon all these questions of such vasfmo beea in tbe habit of visiting all tbe ployment to 14000 bands on an in- Â¬ and a Treat manv drank Democrat ment Is our national government to be Use it if you desire health and bottle vested capital of 3000000 The wife of General Garfield of Ohio dence in constructing the human body because it was ennninfj and thoy felt Is hangings in this portion of the State sweet breath Price SOcls Sold by Buck henceforth an imperial despotism effected thev were doing a cuts thing to break It seem the Chinese return to their Sho The gradual loss of bearing drew the plans of his new house taking the mischievous animal with the bayonet to rulo the ballot Are Cowgill Hickman Ky The total number of miles of new is small of stature with a modesty of for the best purpose it being intended the law But now that liquor selling has own country most of their dead after tbe rights of tbe States expressly re him and the brute always seemed to law a time fir3t buryinc them in this conn to yield to take an interest in the horrible details railroad reported as built in the United look that is a kin to shyness and has tho to give ease and quietudo to tbe de become open and Binctioned by the served in the Constitution A STRANGE PEOPLE omeo friends Shall arrogant of suoh proceedings States from January 1st 1880 to June opposite to that manner which would at-Â¬ cline of life when any noise or sounds and liquor sellers aro eiectcci xo people-anu try unil convenienci-ciihi-- i centralised dictation On the 25th of Do you know that there are strange do considered as good as anybody crowd In fact tract atttcntion people in our community we say strange and imperious party leaders under the June Alex Howard a negro was to 1st ia 1519 miles whioh is an increase you would hardly in aher in a crowd at from without but discomposes the en- Â¬ not caro so much abont drinking There to return the bodie- to itie Celestial find cry of of liberty are willing Californians feebled mind and prevents peaceful is no longer any fun in it and it has fall Â¬ olime of 900 over tbe number of miles conbecause they seem to prefer to suffer and Shall Liberty rob the citizens deity all but rather at a fireside Mammon be the only who have been executed here for the murs pass their days miserably made so by structed during tho same period last meditation Indeed the gradual with en into disfavor or raher into disuse enough for live Chinamen o Icava shall be acknowledged as having divine der of an old man bnt the Governor - Sit pepsia and Liver Corapiaint Indiges law of tho Shall laber be deprived of its repited him The use of the drum is to bo abol Â¬ drawal of all the senses and the decay and has become unpopular On the other their State bnt there is a The gibbet was erected year tion Constipation and General Debility rights Â¬ just rewards In order to bring it within and all of the preliminary Arrange The rea of the Jrame in old age has been wisely hand temperance ra como tip from al Stato requiring the payment of teu ished in the Fronch army when BIULUlt3 VITALIZED is guaran nothing andis now the best busi dollars for the privilege of exhum every man mechanic far- Â¬ Since tbe flood has abated a closer tho drum cannot ordained in order to wean the humau most man can Cow the means of teed to cure them Sold by Buck and laborer in all vocations even in raenta made for carryiog out the negros estimate has been made of the loss in sons assigned aro that jo into and a field is thus mer This law was pass Â¬ on mind from the concerns and pleasures neb a for Mifi rndtiftnona vouth of our ing a dead body Ky gill Hickman be heard amid the din of battlo or munnl these hard times to inform himself what sentence when the executive intcrven is said to prevent exbumatiou ed it political parties are proposing we hare cd his power and postponed it Sy Â¬ Illinois by the breaking of the Suy the march by tho ranks in the rear of the world and to induce a longing land to gain ft start in lifo when all other Five Ilondreil TbOBsaad Strong- Chi- Â¬ Tbe area protected by this Then the drum ia useless in rain as lor a perfect state of existence avenues to fortnne seemed closed All and return of dead Chinamen to In the past few months there has been reduced the terms of the Weekly Ameri Â¬ rock visited tho jail with the monkey levee Sao Francisco recently ona that is needed is for law to make it illegal na In more tbnnlfiOOOOO bottles of Sbilohs Curo can to ONE DOLLAR a year For six and examined these preparations Tbe levee is 101289 acres of fine lands of an incumbrance in tbe Geld The exports of domestic produce to talk temperance and give liquor sellers took up his Iriend in defiance of tha sold Out of he vast number of people months 75 cents Three months 40 cents animal seemed to be unusually curious which 65000 acres was supposed to be be who baveVsed it more than 2000 cases The real value of the paper will not be and watohed tbe scaffold and trap with in cultivation 30000 acres in corn Dr Henry S Tanner of Minneapos during the past week are the heaviest the freeet range and hero wouldover such law for that purpose and waa fined temperanco sweep tins and imprisoned for it Upon a writ of All decreased with reduction of price but of Consumption have beea cured is on record amounting to S108025215 a wave of The loss lit Minn now in New York City Sinco that time he has and tbe remainder in wheat will be vastly increased in proportion to wiatful eyes country as would mako saloon keepers habeas corpus sued uut to free him Coughs Croup Asthma and Bronchitis in excess of the heaviest been playing hanging iu bis masters in wheat is said to be 8200000 and in making an attempt to fast forty days or SS16914 look tick Tho law has too long been on ieldatonce hence it is that everybody price law was held constitu Â¬ THE AMERICAN Address To those who have morning he was found corn 209000 while the losses in fonc Ih began the test on Monday June previous total at the commencement the side of whisky selling aud it is timo from jail tbo rpenksia itspraise barn This Nashville Tenn Tho principle it was changed and tho temperance peo- tional and valid by tho United States is of last September ing sweeping away of barns bouses 28 and einoe has tasted no food 3 notiisedit let us say if you have a dead suspended by a clothes line to Circuit Judge of that circuit Chi Â¬ r5nghor you child the Croup and you c is estimated at 100000 making watched day and night by a committco items aro breadstuffs provisions cot- Â¬ ple given a chance Milwaukee Sun one of the rafters of tbe building Whisky Best vnluo life dont fail to use it For lame namen arawellcomo to go and slay tbe aggregate loss of half million dol- Â¬ of physicians Ha is still confident of ton Sec but a large iucreasc is ehowu ltackpljide or Chest use Shllphs Porous The best grades of whisky kept at rea Prof Tire predicts much stormy while thoy live but aa the Iran falls The population of Columbus ac- Â¬ lars which is just half of what has his ability to amiotnplish tho feat but in tho shipments of butter cheese and PlaslerSold by your Druggist For sain sonable prices by so it must lie weather for July general merchandise been heretofore estimated the phjsiciaus arc iucredulous cording to tbe late census is 1313 aplHO J W ROGERS by BniJt CowgilljJIiekman Ky JULY 16 1880 voted over fifty million dollars and an empiro of land to build the Pacific Railroad The directors of tbe road sought to pocket a large portion of this fund and in order to do so bought An exhibition tywsiierable inter Â¬ est was given ei jWCJtrlem river near tbe High Bridge yujTaiiisfaiternoon feat of loeomotSrfikujfen the sur face of the waUsrlyBBKMtisfaotorily accomplished 80 precisely wClfciog but may be used with more ike skating the result Tho apparatw of a doubt is tW sJkstKM - the inventor i waijjPijrHr referMtbjrater ffygv T- a candidate Jno H Sboenberger the Iron King of Pittsburg recently married gave his bride a wedding present of a 1 000000 check John Burnside the Sugar King of Louisiana last year produced 6 OSf000 poonds of sugar and 7290 barrels of molasses Â¬ fSM 4 Â¬ rmmmm r- r I Jf iJ ihiWik T iHHlBi mffSirSBmlui kr KHf 9BnM91 nHftuf vrn tm m COURTS Â¬ It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ JJ ill Â¬ - lsC -- -- Â¬ Â¬ f r2ireait CertlerkTFre8chiiLea v -- thafss-SHchsheW3-3- Â¬ - Â¬ S - -- Courier Journal -- Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Courier-Jour-n- al to Â¬ Weekly American saKljnow Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ie Â¬ I I V r v- - ill r tr Kk - THE HICKMAN COURIER THE RICHMOND AND SOUTH- WESTERN RAILROAD PUBLISHED EVERY TRIDAT BV WASHINGTON LETTER 27ie GRANTS LONG TALK ing fit WAIFS AND WHIMS 0 HUGHLETT3 WILS0iT EORK WARREX HICKMAN KENTUCKY n OrncK Interview Willi Chief Engineer TIiompMou 2 - Mr Garfield as a Vititing Statesman Bis Part in the Electoral Fraud Political Situation GcnTsa tip a revival The Democratic Party Made a Hit for holding amÂ¬ monia to the noee of a person in a faint Â¬ the Iirst TimoSinct He Lfft it Special to the Cincinnati Commercial Attorney at lauv HICKMAN Swm KY llclnio Building Clinton Street Lexington Ky Transcript Col R tl Thompson Chief Kngi Â¬ the Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentucky George Warren FRIDAY Editor 2 1BS0 Price or Subscription JULY 16 roR t 6 tA president WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK of Pennsylvania FOR VICE W H PRERIDESr ENGLISH of Indiana Coopee says Hancock will be the next President Mb Jno W Stover a lending Ile publican of Ohio is enthusiastically lor Hancock A Republican dob in St Louis 67 strong wheeled bodilj inio the Hancock columoap few eveniozs a 20 w A Â¬ - 1eter W KTwflMSi SclKulpi1feeleo tion of Garfield all depends upon the State of New York A poor de- Â¬ pendence truly Watcher and Erie the leading German Republican organ of Norths ern Ohio published at Cleveland has come out for Hancock things have happened than that Gen Hancock will carry in November He is personally well known in that State and uni Cal--lforn- Stranger ia Ter8ally esteemed A new csmpany has been formed to 1 complete the Memphis Paducah and Northern Railroad and from present indications the road will be built the entire route in the next two years - 0 V - Gen McClurc of the Philadelphia Times says that Pennsylvania is aB certain for Hancock as Ohio is for Garfield Hon Lyman Trumbull rays that the ticket will s teep Illinois mn IT The German American Independent Citizens Association of 25th Assem Â¬ bly District of New York met on FrU day last and resolved to support Han- Â¬ cock and English and to form a cam Â¬ paign Club Garfield in his tetter of acceptance comes out in favor to improve the Mississippi river and redeeming the lands from overflow This is one good Jhing in the old man il he nevei does neer of the Eastern Kentucky Divis ion of the Richmond and Souihwes tern Railway Company returned last night from Fraukfort where he went on business connected with the road For the information of our readers who do not know the route to be pur sued by this road we will state that it begins at Chandler on the Chesapeake Bay near the mouth of York river and nearly opposite Yorktown Thence it runs up the valley of York river some distance crosses it and on to Richmond From Richmond it runs up the valley of the James river to Lynchburg Fincastle end Newcastle From the latter city it passes on west through Tazwell up Guests river to Pound Gap or Stony Gap a short distance south From thence it will run through Letcher Perry and Breathitt From Jackson the county seat of Breathitt two lines will bo run one by way of Beattyville and Richmond to Lexington the other by way of Compton and Red river to Lexington It rtUoot bq decided which of these aria ot until the Eiirvqys are T h xms p so nr Fr omHL er- ideicsjpkus t the probable route will be to Versailles and from thence by the inostieasible route to Louisville From Louisville tho road will run down the Ohio river to Paducah at which place it will connect with a line owned by tho same company now being rapidly built from Chicago down through the eastern tier of Illinois counties to Pa ducah A large and wealthy firm of Boston capitalists who represent many mil lions are the owners and projectors of both these roads and Col Thompson says they undoubtedly mean business He states that the line through eastern Kentucky will develop the richest de posits of coal timber aod iron in the State He says the iron and cannel coal deposits especially are unsurCol Thompson says several passed corps are now at work surveying the line through Virginia and he placed one on tho route through Keniuoky last week The party is now in Perry county coming in this direction He will place several more parties at work soon so as to complete the surveys on his division before cold weather sets in Col Thompsons division is about 150 miles in length and he thinks everything can be gotten ready for work by spring He will make Lexington his headquarters From the above it wculd seem that the western terminus of this road for the present and perhaps for all time to come is fixed at Paducah The charter calls for tbe Mississippi river in Fulton county From our Regular Correspondent J Wasiiixotov July 10 1880 It is conceded in political circles here that the Democrats havo much the strongest and least vulnerable can Â¬ didate The Republicans have been placed on tbe defensive from the first Tbey have been trying to explain away the DeGolyer and Credit Mobilier bus Â¬ iness to disprove the verdicts of their own investigating committees and to recant their own damning editorials of oply eight years ago But the Demo- Â¬ rDBi Â¬ crats have not yet given prominence to their strongest accusation The Credit Mobilier and DeGolyer matters can be explained on tbe hypothesis of ionocence only by the stultifying ad- Â¬ mission that their great intellectual brawny candidate is a simpleton But great as the crime of public peculation inuy be it is dwarfed by his participa- Â¬ tion in the crime of the century the crime of crimes the counting out of the lawfully elected President of the Uuited States James A Garfield was one of the conspirators who went to NewPrleanp who conspired with the Louisiaoa Returning Boar and after wards voted to make their conspiracy successful when lie was a member ol the electoral commission Four years ago thu nation stood aghast before this crime against Republicanism and the rights of man and hundreds of thous ands of men swore that at the next plebis citum this crime should be branded that its perpetrators abettors condoners and beneficiaries should feel the deep loathing of an injured peo pie ef a nations insulted majesty If a single sane mas vho believed four years ago that Tildon was blected should vote for Garfield I thiuk it would prove that popular government is a failure and tbe elective franchise a too precious trust to be given to the human race When Mr Garfield accepts a purse he takes trash but when he nullifies and reverses the emphatically express ed mandate of a great people the crime is such alas as no ounishment can compass Its enormity can be fully appreciated only by those v ho know how slowly through ages of night and blood and throes of hoping despjir ing evolution the rightsof man have attained the vindication of tbe ballot 1 Â¬ Â¬ box Modern Definition of Commer- r6- I I rt-- t- Frankfort correspondent Cour Journal In conversation with Dr D Gobcr tnother one the physician at tbe Penitentiary 00 Dr Graves county is boiling over with the subject of livingTacnerB experi without food an mental tests of be- election excitemenrTbe contest interesting oiot in the history of the tween CroatJffnd and Kpberlfio jTiM evolved arm and evory men of wfcich may yet be of service to many gronnd is being contested The fight icujjie Ytuv uccui il nutiuj ui a inai When I get ill 1 recover between the circuit clerks is even Btill Said he better by starving myself and bad it hotter and bets arc freely offered end not been for such a course when in taken Hickman though well at the time I too doubtless would have met the fate Ho A R Boone is making some of the other eight physicians in tbe splendid campaign speeches for Han- Â¬ town There were only nine of us cock and English He is not a candi there four resident and four other date for office but has rolled up his visiting physicians with myself and while they took overy precaution to sleeves and gone to work for the ticket guard against the fever by going into after the manner cf an old time Domo the presence of the sick with full He will speak in Hickman on a stomachs disinfectants and other pre- Â¬ crat ventives I resolutely adopted the day to be fixed by our citizens course of starvation alone and am the only one alive to demonstrate its supe Tlie Branch Penitentiary Messrs Stanton Buckner and Lyon rior virtues We undertake to say that Dr Gobcr have returned from a visit of examin ation of tho Ohio penitentiary and could not have furnished tbe statement about the 1st of August will visit tho as above to tbe CourierJournal re New York Pennsylvania aod Massa porter It is untrue in almost every chusetts prisons and to carefully exam Â¬ particular There were 5 resident phy ine into the systems of those States in siciaus hero four of whom died and 01 managing and caring for their prisons one Dr A A Faris yet lives tbe visiting physicians who were in crs Upon their return they will travel over the State for the purpose of se the epidemic Drs Leslie Gober and Blackburn are yet living lecting a site for the branch peahens A Letter from ExGov lien iiarv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Goner on Starvation Baltimore Standard Bankrupt A man who gives every Â¬ thing to a lawyer so that his creditors will get it Assignee is tho chap who has the deal and gives himself four aces A bank is a place where people put their money so it will be handy when cial Terms Â¬ other folks want it A depositor is a man who dont know how to spend his money and gets the cashier to show him President is the big fat man who promises to boss the job and afterwards sub lets it T director is one ot tnose that ac cepts of trust that dont involve either the use of bis eyes or ears Cashier is often a man who under- Â¬ takes to support a wife six children and a brown stone front on fifty dollars a month and be honest Collaterals are certain pieces of paper as good as gold due and payable on the first day of April Assetts usually consist of five chairs and an old stove to these may be added a spittoon if the burst aint a a the buyer HAVINGwill practice in all tbe Courts Washington July 11 The Post should bo suroEe seller Js not too deep ot the first Judicial District for him The collection of claims and investiga publishes a letter from a Kansas cor Talk about a bull in a china shop tion of rent estate titles made a specialty respondent who professes to give point why weve Been a cowhide in a Bchool of a conversation Gen Gract had 00 rboml his recent trip through that State with A Westsrh woman Bays her baby will rrjHE NICEST L G Entwright now an Arizona mi enjoy threes hundred and sixty five holler ner who was his friend in tbe days days tins year C0NFE0TI0NERIE3 when he was out in Oregon many A max in Missouri planted some beans CANDIES FRUITS vears ago CANNED FRUITS Mr Entwright says tha late one pleasant afternoon and tho next NUTS RAISENS Grant was quite reticent as to the treat morning they were up thanks to his 4 c OYSTERS SARDINES CIDER ment he received at Chicago but iuti hens Also the best brands Cigars and To Â¬ mated very plainly that although un girl How greedy you are said one little to another who hod taken tha best bacco to bo found in Hickman at familiar with the- workings of party applain the dab BENNY McINTOSITS was going to take machinery and in no sense a politician Clinton St next door to S N Whites he had been led to believe hat hi Ah yes said a cabinet maker to a nomination was not only possible but crockery dealer to whom ho was intro Mlclcman Tax All persons owins City taxes are reprobable in fact that he rather ex duced ah yes you sell tea sets and I sell settees spectfully requested to prepare for settle- Â¬ peeled it but upon serious reflection Icebergs are moved by winds and ment immediately The late as well as bad some time before almost determin currents explains aNew England daily tbe action of tbe City Council requires ed to announce his peremptory with me to make settlement or on failure the drawal as a candidate for tbe reason We always thought they were drawn taxes will be charged to me Therefore around by oxen request all to that he saw and appreciated the objec It is not half much fun to run a I respectfully Read this and settle by the investigate 1st of Jnly tion that many people entertained to lawn mower tho as ton last minutes as it is the facts SAVTL LANDRDM Ja a third term and knew that this would when you first take bold of the machine City Tax Collector may28 be rather an embarrassing difficulty in Pamibarity breeds contempt the canvass We believe Adorn foil so he could get His confidential advisers however his name in the papers- - Whitehall IHtnes Adam pretty story You cant insisted that and as has since exaggerated make ua believe it Chicago was burned down because it He wicked who was so is burned but when a Brooklyn Church down it stood by hiniHjHgdship and nn Its goodness is the death of is different it principle but chnld not conceal his AMAOTFACTOBEBof wooden toolh picks thorough disgust for Conkliug Logan advertises Our tooth picks have been and others who bad so recklessly mis in uso over thirty years Jehoshaphat Q rw calculated the position aod overesti They must bo about xeady for throwing -away oQfq CiD mated his strength AScoTomiiNaskedanlrishman Why As to the pending canvass Grant is said to have evaded expressing any were half farthings coined in England To give Scotchmen opinion at first but when allusion wa Pats answerwns an opportunity of subscribing to chariÂ¬ made to the military record of General table jnstitu tions Hancock all the latent enthusiasm ol AccoaDKa to a London society journal his nature seemed 0 he aroused and a V French statesman not long ago said hfr freely remarked that in his opioiun of Lord Hartingtpn What I princi Â¬ no better or safer man could be elected pally Ule about LordJBiartington is his g i to the Chief Maciatracy He eulogiz AKraasBRiDaE lady tried to pat a live ed the merits of Gen Hancock as a head last Tuesday We will corps commander very highly andsaid bee on thehow she toll he was a man who never faltered in not Tan after her ran when tha wholo hive because everybody the performance of his duty and sol knows bow a woman stung runs dom if ever made a blunder How do yon like ma nowasked a The ex President evidently looked belle of her spouse as she Bailed into the upon it as somethiog of a compliment room neriuugirainjJwecpingDenina Wall said he to tell the truth to himself that a soldier of such high her rank should have been selected at Cin it is impossible for mo to like yon any cinnati apparently feeling that the longer Social preferences of the peoplo are rather who has amenities Papa to Mabel been to a juvenile Did for a tnaB who combines the qualities any one pay any attentions party MaMab of statesman and soldier both than for bel I dont know Papa I mean a mere politician did any one talk to you or dance with Mabel Well there waaalit It cannot be denied he added yoa GARDNER with a significant puff of a cigarthat tlo boy who made faces at me Ma whats mellow the Democracy havat last come to DEAIBRS IN Then their senses and well improved their MotherripeBipeMother Why do you is pa opportunity It is the first timer in ask Cause the cook fact since circumstances led me out ol said to the chambermaid that pa came the party that it has made a nomina home rather mellow last night tion- for which there was such a show I xaow hes an old bachelor a horrid grumpy thing of success and this lime I shouldui A niuly pltful cToss nalnol ugl j fright t wish John thittucbcalJcH to jrqur wiie joit wouder if they hit the right nail square I would not bring on the head and on the whole as beYou know urrU a Ida its not right Why do I think hrin KlDgle Whyt Oh John 111 tween ourselves and the horse track I haTS a fir Did yoa not hear yoa stupid yoa 7 He called cant say that Im Borrow for it detrahylt The General had nojttig to eay COFFINS MATRASSES c How do you pronounce however in depreciation Mr Gr Professor Stearns asked the young gen Â¬ HICKMAN KENTUCKY field further than the remark that he tleman nearest tho foot of the class And had rather too many volumes of Con Â¬ the smart bad bov stood up and said it gressional debates behind bim to make depended a great deal whether tho word rAHM lau acres cieareil 1W applied to a man or a dco uo to the a Bmooth and successful canvass on acregood wheal land ay Iffjjfci na head young fellow Axrirtn fellow turning over the leaves in whole tract tolerable improvements 5 Ml of a scrap book came across tho well 7 miles from Iticsmnn on tbe Hickman known picture of some cliickcnsjust out and Moscow road I will rent or sell but A Pew of the Highest in the World of their shell Ho examined the picture preier selling For terms and price apply to carefully and then with a grave saga- Â¬ The East River Bridge Compara- Â¬ apl23 3m F M DAVIEcious look slowly remarked They tively a Dwarf came out cpz they wore afraid of being GO TO THE In purchasing a house permanently located in Hick Â¬ THE NOOK New Ne w I 25ew m B OASE Ketnll Dealer lu Staple and Fancv Keeps in stock at all timas fresh and choice Groceries Provisions Canned and Fresh Pruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov7 dr a a fariI PHASICAffiAND SURGEON HICKMAN fotetonat nnfe OTFERS KENTUCKl his Professional Services of Hickman and vicinit Dr J N Outten Ofiwe over Holcombc s drni slorn R idence Moulton St near Court House Â¬ 1 -- JWROGEES K Will be pleased to see bis old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see us Quick Sates and Small Profits Wont be undersold jan4tf W T Hummer II OFFERS HIS vicinity Office Di SP1 j - J Â¬ laycrs Â¬ anl Confectioneries GROCERIES W EEPS all kinds of staple and fancy J vices pnoprssrnv 4 T to the citizen ef Hickman ar Corner room in Laclede Hour mcbH Dr A DENTIST M PAEKEE Family Groceries but no in new addition to Laclede Hotel in tl arustiemanner gpeeinlAttj io me regulation of children Office DIESTELBRINK pnuK himhjikuges seemearHHhoso lieWun Come and see at tbe corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ky jan25 Jy space NOtrouble to name all artioles to show goods ALL operotions performed S yourself Flour Lard Bacon c to be found in Hickman Having no partner todivide profits with will sell goods the cheaper Speciality in Coffees Green Ground and Roasted Cone and tee for Family Grocery and H A S R T Tyler Provision Store Attorneys at Lawjj Sugar Molas KEEPS the best Coffco Â¬ R M METHENY JU1V4 7U HICKMAN KENTUCKY VTTILL ATTEND TO ALL YT entrusted to their care Office BUSINESS Millet Block fCountry produce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods or Cash marl5 HICKMAN DEALER C L RANDLE A a HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KT IS ATTORNEY LAW Collector Real Estate Agents HICKMAN KY Will attend promptly to all bus ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kentuaky and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention given to the inveatiea tion of Land titles and the purchase ana1 sale of Real Estate fjanStf ii Mil lies w Italian and MONUMENTS Q iean and Italian Marble I am nre pared to fill all orders Call and examine sur wore 9Orders from the country promptly filled mavJti n TOMB AND GRAVE STONES I AVINO received a fine lot of Amer- - American Marble Sale and Livery Stable CBA IS KISTNEE PRICES REDtCEB Full board and Large Handsomely-furnisherooms S3 per day LOUISVILLE KY BEING ENTIRELY REFITTED AND Refarnisbed d XiT leiOTTSIE Wm B Plummer KEEPS constantly on hand for hire sale HORSES BUGGIES and HACK8 Thankful for patronage heretofore ex Â¬ tended him he solicits a continuance of samt ld nov5 4w J W ALMY Manager ld t ld NICHOLS9SHEPARD 2Pfc 1W 1 ORIGINAL AND ONLY CENUINt CO EatfliUIcL - Â¬ Threshing Machinery and Portable THE STANDARD ot ennmca Oromgimt A MATCHLESS lor GraJaSsTCur TOaSiBC ro- axd TJLoto Work faet INCOMPARABLE in C ailrof tStbuAXTtfuOtm TCnlth- nrkausahln cf and Traction Engines 2aaMt For Rent or Sale ftess - mortar work la o3 Hod otUruiiaaaMiwnaUvkiiowa as tha only rBceesjfal Astonishingly Durable and wmdtrfuTy rlmpUxaing less than E2i tha usual cbbs and belts PORTABLE TRACTION and STRAW BURNINO STEAM ENCINESwith spdat features of Power Duraoihty Safety Soonosry and Beauty enta rfy unknown Jo othsr makes 8tenm- Power Outfits and Btcom-Po-tr- er Separators a upeclalty roar ring of Separatuii Icai ff six tataralm horn powr aUa two atylea ImrroTed Moanted Horse Powers Thirty Two Years cf Prosperous and Continuous Business try this house without ehans ll w iiauisj iia V4i AUfSUUlCV MA K V EkOUS for kuOv Tn fan mty of Model and L m m BXuCZ mrnA for armrixr sronrl rnimihwrwsMa r7aKn mOertal neon PAIITinUT Th launn asfnnwryasn pepmlarftr f Want to WIS eucti wrTJaei tha wIl i bene nrlau Biker sui otitto w titeant lnf to tmCd aa4 pJia off InSuU ead mongrel l 7tM From the Brooklyn Eagle uoueo Â¬ Â¬ bad one Liabilities are usually a big blind that the assets wont see nor raise The other day near Booths Point Mr G T Hay killed nineteen snakes Near the same place and time Tbad Waddle killed sixteen coons in one stump We can prove this by Squire Tom Buchanan Also near the same time and place Bro G T Sullivan iu riding along the road stopped his horse over a gang of young turkeys twenty Jive He could have bagged them all but only took oue which he gave to little Lovia Webb Dyer is indeed a prolific county Dtersburg Gazette in this county Ohio Democrats correspondent of the Courier Ohio Democrats are Journal writes confident of beating Garfield in that State I met many leading Democrats st Columbus and they assured me that a btronj and earnest effort would be made to defeat the Republican tick Â¬ et next November Many Jlepublicans have expressed themselves as prefer- Â¬ ring ZTancock to Garfield Gared is well known in Ohio and I was told that startling exposures of his official life might shortly be expected which would stamp him as the greatest po litical corruptionists of modern times The Credit Mobilier and DeGolyer swindles will sink into utter insignifi- Â¬ cance before these newer discoveries A WfT Wright Chief of Engineers issued a circular to the engineer offi Â¬ cers to go on with the river and harbor works under their supervision It is not intended however that mors than 750000 a month shall be expendod M present owing to the great drain on the treasury from other courses Gen The cleanliness beauty and grans dcur of Hancocks life are above re- He is not charged with per- proach jory bribery ana corruption by his own party and tbo missiles of cal as at his name will rrinj burled which are cast atbe the the eebblee cades sortnuz lSh P D lhe skies Memphis Appeal Major General Sloco of whom the en- countrv heard during the war is Gen lhnsiastio for General Hancock Slocum will take the stump in IodiaCU are some and Illinois whore be says He also of my old boy of the army tliHt Hancocks majority in predicts will astonish people Pennsylvania Gen Slocum will probably be accused of wearing a oorsct and a paper collar now that he ban declared for Hancock Louisville Post and English J 4 The For Vice President ing letter from Governor Hendricks Hate has been received here It may serve Platform to set at rest some Republican doubts Everlasting Hate as to how Indiana intends to vote Courier Journal Indianopolis July 2 1S80 New York Sun Thero is much conCol JonN II Perry My Dear was very r lad to receive your fidence that Pennsylvania will vote for Sib I kind letter of the 28th ult I very sin Gen Hancook and the Pacific States cerely thank you for it As my friend promise to do likewise But we cast r want you to feel assured that I havo all these speculations aside and regard no grievances growing out of tbe Cin tbe October States as the pivots of the cinnati Convention Tho New York contest In that view the friends of delegation assured the delegations from Hancook would be criminally negligent I could not carry ObatjJf they faiIedtoorganize promptly and oilier Stated btate and pt prevented my support vigorously so as to put Indiana be fron thsm AStato that doubted my yond a doubt and to make Ohio hot ability to parry New York did well for the Credit Mobilier candidate Now not to support me I want you to be is the time to begin the work and assured also that I will most cheerful every day of delay invites a danger ly and carnesti v do my part to secure A Wisconsin Hermit success as well as all my friends in the From tbe Grand Rapids Eagle State We will carr this State The One Ole Nelson who now resides ticket takes very well and will make some gains from tho Republican ranks near Sturgeon Bay Wis in the north We have bo special return of hard em part of that couuty was several times such as you describe as appear- Â¬ years ago quite well to do but ho got ing in New Jersey and Pennsylvania mixed up in several law suits which but the impressions prevails that we caused a steady drain upon hi pocket ought to have a ohange of national ad book until be was reduced to tho most ministration I have no doubt of the abject poverty He then went to his success of theticket With best wish present placi of abode built himself a es truly yours hutisolatbd from any neighbors where Hc ho lives alone io dirt and filth T A 7endricks never works but piolse up his food in The Penitentiary Lensed the summer out of which he leaves Messrs Evan Warner Co have enough to last him through the winter leased the Kentucky Penitentiary for He neverchanges bis clothe until they four years The contract was eigned actually rot from him He will O0t last Friday We have not learned tbe even cut his firewood into stove Ieogth sum to bo paid but takes long sticks as ho finds them puts one end iuto the stove and as fast What Hancocli will Do as it burns off shoves it in further From New Haven Register Recently some of his neighbors volun The name of ZTancock is first on the teored to clean out bis hut which is Declaration of Independence said to be as filthy as a hog pen but Tbe name of Hancook is first in the be positively refused to allow them to hearts of all independent American help a particle in that respect citizens Every member of tbe Kentucky deleThe name of Hancock is thu name that will sweep the country from ono gation is a candidate for re election to Congress and the indications nro bo end to the other Never has a nomination fallen on he far point to another term for the en tiro list country 89 favorably followÂ¬ Â¬ Washington July 9 drlchN The Republican ticket For President Hate I The Immense height of the towers for the support of tho Forth bridge has created some surprise and no won- Â¬ der when it is taken into account that when completed they will be the high est buildings of any kind in the world Science will therefore wait with some anxiety their completion The height ofthe towers on the Island of Inch Garvie midway between South and North Queeusferry will be 560 feet to support a bridge 150 feet above high water mark but the reason for this groat altitude is that in the generality of suspension bridgos the towers are built on the land on either side of he span and were this the case in tbe Forth bridge towers of 150 feet less height or 410 feet deep would be suf ficient but this is impossible from the great length of the bridge Iteeemstbit by natural laws there is a limit to everythiog on this earth that is that man can go to a certain lengtband no further as for instance in telescopes nothing larger than Lord Rpss having been perfected for many years In reference to building a correspondent tbo other day quoted Si Rollox Btalk 430 feet high St PaulV Cathedral is about 460 feet to the top of the dome St Peters at Rome 480 feet tho pyramids ot Egypt at least the great pyramid is 180 feet at pres Â¬ ent in its imperfeot State but by cal culation would reach 500 feet in height in height when finished When it is remembcredthat this structure only reaches this height with a baee of about 26 acres it will be a very diff- Â¬ icult matter to raise tbe Forth bridge towers to 5G0 feet with base These towere arot oLsfllid- masonry fo a certa aoa men by groups of iron pillara giraea to gethor in lawyers upward Ihe Niagara suspension bridge has one large span of 821 feet the railway track above the water is 245 feet ot 95 feet higher than the Forth bridge tbe towers arc only 60 feet high be ing built on cither side of the shore The Allegheny bridge has two large spans of 344 feet each and the towers The Covington and aro 45 feet high Cincinnnti bridge has a span of 1057 feot its height above low waters is 103 feet aod tho towers 230 feet high The bridge seem to give the best pro portion to the Forth bridge which is 1080 feet for two spans 150 high and towers of 590 feet Those we have mentioned are finished and in workiug order and we may mention also the East River Bridge connecting New York to Brooklyn The towers of this bridge arc also built upon tbe land aud are 278 feet high The sin go span is 1595 feet long or oqly 85 feat i83 than the Forth bridge while There tho total length is 5989 feet is therefore no doubt that the Forth bridge when completed will be an engineering triumph 11 Dabwej i3 right said en awkward There are moments which come youth to the young man who doesnt know what to do with his hands when he longs to climb a tree and be a monkey and throw nuts at the old bipeds in the front seats Man has never reAlly tasted the beneÂ¬ fits of true freedom since he was a mon- assiduously Last ycaryonng J courted tho daughter of a pharmacist hoping to marry her At that time when Â¬ ever ho spoke of his intended father-in-lahe always said That great sa vant Thefamous chemist etc Much to lus disgnst yoiuig D was refused by tho pharmacistsdanghter And now yjieneverany one speaks to him of hi3 ho says disdain Â¬ unnatural fully Ah yes that w DEUG STORE or BE NOT DECEIVED V neb experimental art wattless -saeMsery If yea bey the Genuine awi CjTof fullOrlatoal sat ean ea ear deaten eraa particulars vrlte to for maitrated areolars valeb w man troa Mint 5ICE0LS BHBPATtP CO Battle Creeks Web sBiHMW J7DWA Wi It ot r wimB K3ire -a- -asW l g HICKMAN WHABFBOAT I k I Ql ill 111 i M ONE John J Yonng Co Proprs MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER Solicited Special and prompt attention gWen to the shipment of all kinds of Country 4 Produce Lie Stock etc may9 79 OF THE SAFEST AND father-in-la- w THIS Ho Fan in Being Princess Tho position of the Princess of Wales is too exalted a one to permit a much UiiuiUuiuuuaiiniiiuiiiiuiiiikiiuiUkiudn social enjoyment yet has not tho splen- Â¬ did potentialities of reigning royalty TO BUY YOUR The Princess too is peculiarly unosten tatious and Evidently finds tho magnifi cent loneliness of her position an actual Medicines trial To bo young and beautiful and idolized and --yet to be shut out from most fonmspf social amusement can be FANCY TOILET ABTICLES PINE PERFUMES by no means delightful Yet there are of course very few houses even among SOAPS those of the highest nobiIityt to which PAINTS the Princess of Wales can go as an inÂ¬ OILS vited guest And when she does go an DYE STUFFS awful state hedges her around She is passionately fond of dancing yet no gen Â¬ tleman can ask her to dance She it is CIGARS AND TOBACCO who signals out the personage whom she desires as a partner and when she stands np to dance all other dancers must sit down After circling around MACHINES the room some half a dozen times she pauses and sits down to rest and then tho remainder of the waltzers may take Prescriptions Accurately Compounded a turn but as soon as she stands up again they must top This solitary at tho Drng Store of Grand Lama Idiiil of performance can not bo very amusing to this kindly gentlej amiable lady She is I am told a most accomplished dancer despite her alight lameness But of all the recrea- Â¬ BEST IN THE WORLD tions of her life sho most enjoys driving fe pSAJ2C in the park In her little victoria with her dame dc compngnie beside her sho irf free to enjoy the testimonials of affec-Â¬ tion and enthusiasm tliat meet her every Â¬ where aud no one that notes the gracious KUiile and lxw wherewith she returns every salutation can doubt her delight at her own popularity REFITTED REFURNISHED thoroughly renoTated Conrenient to river and railroad and attentive watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section niay9 79 TUIEZVEK IV o HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED HICKMAN IIHI A HOUS J KENTUCKY if Fropr CH AS HOLCOMBE tK Drugs Patent MslaaaaaaaaBssssfrssrssSggSjaiy IttlBBSsmBmBHiSBasv vSk sSSjsssBU - Pocket Knives Basors t j t SEWING BUCK s v COWGILL DRUGS AND MEDICINES 4aa Paints Oils and Dye Stuffs s BciOKMA3sr Kentucky llREWRY OF BONDURANT DEALERS WALTER A A State uumeroqsly inhabited but not on the map tho state of suspense IN ALL KINDS Mr who came to this city a faw days sinoe with tbo hope of finding relief for his dijoase by bathing to and drinking the waters ofthe Paducah Mineral Well situated on Chestnut street died yes J Died of Drop M Robinson of Clinton Ky Agricultural Implements Impare Son Is allgbtly dirt BlCarb color Zt of a wlitto mar Appear whit examined by It Â¬ C09XPABISON WITH self bat a Sc CHUBCIT COS ABSt AND IJItANJD Will IBOW HAItmEIt AND SPECIAL AOESTS TOR WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES GAAR ALSO AGENTS FOR The census of Chattanooga Toon is estimated at thirteen thousaud threo hundred Io 1870 the oily contained only six thousand and ninetythrce in- Â¬ habitants having increased 118 per cent in the last decado a larger in Â¬ crease than any other city south of he Ohio terday morning and tbe remains ofthe deceased were conveyed to Clinton the same evening Mr Robinson was ac Â¬ companied to this place by his wife and nephew He is a well known and highly respooted oitizen of Clinton and is favorably known to many of our citizens especially tho merchants with whom he transacted business who speak of him as a most correct honors bte aud upright gentleman The be- Â¬ reaved widow and other relatives of the deceased have our heartfelt sympathy in this their hour of sadness Padu cah Eutorprise Â¬ A rirapla trat srera tnt ef tha conparatiTa Talus ot different brands ot Soda is to dluorre a detsert ipoonfal of each kind with about a pinS of mterThot preferred in clear glasses itlrrinz until alt is thoroughly dlssolred Thudsleta riooj insoluble matter In the inferior Boda trill be shown after settling soma treaty ninntss or sooner by ths milky appearanca of tha solatioa end tha quantity of floating flocky matter as coraing to quality Be sure and ask for Church Cos Bcda and see that their name is on the paokage and you will ret the purest and whitest made The uso ol this with sour milk in prttoeneo to Saktnz Toirder saTes twenty times its cost Beo on pound packago tax valuable InformaÂ¬ tion and read carefully SHOW THIS TO YOUR 8R00ER tbe difference See that jronr Baklagr Soda fa wrblteaadJMDBEaaahoaTdbeAIiZi SIHIIiAB SUBSTANCES Hed tor rood SCOn COS THRESHERS ES Keeps on hand repairs for same II1RTWECK BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OF COMPAQ f i STEEL PLOWS WAGONS JHClKlClBiSLTfmimLHtS AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS - r -- - ffiuuwaa w a - cl t T aaHtMaahariMta -- i 14 THE PKMAN COURIER 16 1880 FRIDAY JULY t mti-U- lT Local Items Snort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of correspondents except where we refuse to give same of author 1l Â¬ - i I - Health pood Corn crop splendid Warm weather terrific Lemonade and Soda water are now the popular drinks OUR enterprising friend J W Rogers is bow receiving a splendid lot of fresh Groceries which he is offering for sale at the very lowest prices The gardens since the rain are fur nishtng a liberal supply of seasonable vegetables is said that Eli Perkins is the champion liar of America Where are his cousins his uncles and his aunts It Editor Courier Tbere is a tide in the affairs of a town as well as men which taken at its flood leads to fortune Hick- Â¬ man scorns to have a tide of prosperity even now and her future outlook is en- Â¬ couraging Then I say to the energetio cast yourselves upon this tide and I be lieve success awaits A light upon a hil cannot be hid neither can a town with the advantages of Hickman remain in the back ground Already we have a steam wagon factory which would be a credit to any city We have the Hickman Lum- Â¬ ber and Manufacturing Company which has contracts running into the thousands PowelL Bros steam cotton gin will be put in operation in time for the growing crop The cotton seed oil mill will be under way by fall Thero is the broom factory the chair factory stove factory and others which are to come and will come and that means nore people more houses more money There seems to be really a good time coming for the old p town Â¬ IrospccJ ot Illchmnn s rf -- ftS - f The extreme heat and wheat thresh term ot the Ladies Aid Society it ing has made the town unusually dull for was necessary to elect new officers The - the last four or five days followingraembersWtfryelecCed to serve The early apple crop in this vicinity teensulng term Mrs Walker has been only a moderate one and prices dent4 Mrs Parks Vice President JrsJ Mrs being so low shipments have been light Holcombe Secy and Miss Jessie Outten Treasurer Ida DeBow JSecy Trbeat Wanted - Ihe highest cash price paid by semi-annual Indies Aid Society Thursday evening July 1st 1880 being the expiration of the 7th r junell some time since farm The candidates for Circuit Judge will The bulk of the peach crop will be address the people at the following times ready for market in the next week or two and places Early peaches made their appearance Moscow July 22ndf J H PLAUT BRO vPuWIc Spealcingvl -- Mi 1 V r fS ftwfraiq q ll isi- - 4s - it - 4 -- jU j - Newt Burros a hand on the Sloan was struck down by the intense The Mormons here an established heat on Tuesday Medical attention re etored hita in a few hours church in Graves county and a minis Â¬ All our neighboring towns are hav Â¬ ter who preaches to them regularly ing Hancock and EngUsh poles erected He condemns poligamy Why should not Hickman jine the great Threo handsome briok buildings are Democratic movement to be built at Dresden one for a mill Wai8KtY is no longer kept in stock the second for a wool factory and an at Fortunes DrugGtore bat Sewing Ma otherfor a cotton gin chines are for sale cheap for eash Bring The crops in poor old Ireland are us your prescriptions reported to be in fine condition It is T B FORTUNE CO said the potato crop wfllbe enormous a time for H hinP8- - There - Tbere and that the cereal crops are also t8ae for the small boy to eat green good - apples and be nappy and there is a time t for misery and paregoric V 6CoL Jn Foknei tho old The season has now folly opened for Philadelphia Republican is writing a yonng people U go to the woods and eat campaign life of Hancock He must be frail cake and pickles out of the same in earnest in his support of the Democratic Presidential nominee plate and call it pionioing The Bowling Green Intelligencer John Robinson one of the oldest citizens of Hickman county and for many etiraates the damage to the crops In years proprietor of the Robinson House that county by the rains of the latter at Clinton is dead He was a clever man part of last month and the first few days of the passing one at 5100000 2tvr Addition Steagala Co have added to their ex The penitentiary has been leased by tensive Croeery the platform Scales for Â¬ E T Warner Co of Lexington merly owned by FlautAUro and are and they will take charge of It about dy to do all the weighing brought the latrof August Dorr The Bum of S2o to theeo 000 per annum is to be paid by the IP you waat to make your wife and leases for the inside labor v children happy go to J W ROGERS and f get a car of fresh Mackerel only 75 cente Tea Culture laJftgjSontli per can pl30 Chicago July 11 The muoh The shock of an earthquake was laughed at Commissioner of Apricul ery sensibly felt oa Tuesday evening a lure LeDuo just arrived frotiTlho little after 8 oclock The vibrations South where he has teen experimentwere from West to East and lasted for ing and investigating states that tho question of tea culture in this country half a minute or thereabouts The deer drive barbecue and dance is settled it can and will be raised ex tensively io tho future in the principal cornea off to day near the Hamby PonJ Southern Gulf Statesit can be raised Considerable preparations have been made for thirty cents pet pound aud sold at and doubtless would be an enjoyable af-- fifty 250 pounds can be raised per fair if it were not for the extreme hot acre after the plants are well matured weather say iu the third year and the prof The Hickman Social Club is what its will be immense He is thorough they call it bow in Hickman Every mem- Â¬ ly in earnest over the matter and is ber jmrcbases five cent shares and each confident that tea raiting will beoome share entitles the holder to a glass of one of the great American industries beer The beer is purchased outside the and that by it we shall in time become county with the money from the treasu- Â¬ largely independent of foreign growers ry and thus it stands no ticket no beer Â¬ Fulton July 23d Hickman July 24tb j that its route lies oorth of tho Lakes In the latter case no rain will full in the Central and Southern States until the high barometer has reoeded east ward over the ocenn The presence of such a high barometer will be deno ted by the blush gray haze generally omioous of drought Low barometer still Monday 19th prevailing in the MUsissippi Valley Inference Southorly winds high temperature threatening weather and heavy storms if storm center passes eastward during day The wind points out both the center of the high bsro meter and that of the low one com Â¬ ing about 20 to the right from the center of the former and going about 20 to the right of the latter in other words these centers lie 20 to the left of tho direction the wind conies or goes rcmemboring always that the wind blows out of an area of high barometer and into an area of low barometer Tuesday 20th The center of the low barometer probably in the St Lawrence Valley or upon the Atlantic coast If the first is the oase westerly wind if the second northwesterly winds with dear weather Will prevail But if the storm center has been retar ted it will be on the lake and south ern winds with high temperature will prevail and thunder storms io the af ternoon Wednesday 21si A second storm center may follow from the West If so southerly wind and if the tempera- Â¬ ture is very high storms will occur in the afternoon If the finalaforta center passed eastward before today a high barometer will be in thewe7 oausingnorthwest windsand lower tem- Â¬ perature If a second storm center for thfs period follows it will most prb bly do so during the day b3 its phenomena will be more violethaV those of the first It will be fjsitejeff followed in the rear by on areaofnigh barometer with brisk westerly winds a clear sky and cool weather It does not matter whether violent Btorms occur at the beginning middle or end of a disturbed period they al Â¬ ways terminate the period and treiilr- variably followed by a more thai or ninnrv llicrh KirntnaFar tn iVi ti ifc with northwest wind clear weather aid low temperature Thursday 22d Unless the storm center has been more than ordinarily retarded a high barometer that came from the north west will cover the con Â¬ tinent generally attended by iU asusl phenomena westerly wind clear sky and cool weather The westerly wind will bo followed by a calm while the center of the high barometer is in the zenith After the center has passed southeastward becaue the wandering lugn barometer will be attracted and absorbed by the oceanic constant high baromnter a southeast wind will spring up and the barometer will commence Â¬ Taken up as a stray by Joseph Poyner living on the Mississippi river about half mile below the foot of Island 8 in Fulton county Ky on the 20th of June 1880 A FIRST CLASS one Light Ches nut Sorrel Mare about thirteen hands high with a dark stripe SEWING MACHINE OFFICE on the back with underbit in nek car Comer Clinton and Kentucky Streets scar on the right hind leg branded with Where you can get anything you want in II 8 II S on tho right shoulder and M on right hip with the way of a first class Sewing Machino on tho forehead about small white spots seven vears old Needles Oil and attachments S30 Remember that we handle the genuine and which I appraiso at the value ofJune Witness my hand this 28th day of Singer Machine and to protect the public 1880 JERRY J JONES J P F C against the devices of a swarm of coun- Â¬ terfeiters every real Singer Machine is july9 4w now being made with our trade mark cut into th ttand Call and see it at the office Taken up as a stray by Joseph Poyner Be turt that tbe Machine you buy has the words The Singer Manufacturing living on tbe Mississippi river about half Company on tbe arm and stand of tbe mile below tbe foot of Island 8 in Fulton Machine All others are cheap eounter county Ky on the 25tb of June 1880 felts varnished and gilded to hide their one light bay Horse thirteen and a half defects Machines sold on easy monthly bands bigb about ten or twelve years old having black mane and tail bob tail in or quarterly payments thin order branded with E and T con- Â¬ THE SINGER MFG CO nected and F below on the left hip and Hickman Ey july9 lm which I appraise at the value of 15 Witness my band this 28th day of June 1880 JERRY J JONES J P F C -- CITY ITEMS SOMETHING NEW STEAYED Headquarters for all Kindt of School Books and School Supplies jpflt and BpOT AHD md umxdxm ONITEDSTATS GOVERNMENT President R B Hay Tic PreidnW Was A Wheeler Secretary at Sixte Waw A Zvart Secretary Treasury John Sherman f jpRITX SCIIKOEDEB 7ASUIONAJL BltOt MAKES SIIOP North West corner nf Mootw Troy Areuurs Ensl Hickman Ky BSACER 1M fas may9 Satisfaction guaranteed Exmscy of War Gen Secretary Navy Thompson Secretary Interior Cfcri Chura Postmaster General DaviifM Key Attorney Ueneral Caxles Uevenj 3efry ly STATE OFFICERS Governor Luke P Blaotburn Lt Governor J S CantreU Secretary of State S B Churchill Assist Sec of State Thos G Harri State Auditor Fayette Hewitts Treasurer James W Tate Attorney General P vT Hardin ReJ tsr land Office Alph Sheldeiu ub Instruction J D Pickcit Sop Stat Printer Elvis Poster COURT OF APPAEIA Pryor Chief Justice Taov Thomas Hines and Cfer STRAYED Scijool aijd Miscellaneous Boot and Shoo Maker HICKMAN KENTUCKY H P Fethe Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made to order and in tbe latest fashion In Â¬ visible patches put on wheih last longer than wbon sewed All I ask is a trial Shop next door to City Barber Shop feb7 79 Stationery Wall Paper Pic- Â¬ partments OUK STOCK is now complete in all its de- Â¬ ture Frames Focket Cutlery Toys junc9 4w and J ELjPlaut Highest w paid for Wool by J H PLAUT and BRO p9 tf Goods To tit Oitizent of Siekman and Vicinity Several of you are indebted to me on in- IBIBIBIBK I rfi vidual accounts the city authorities CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY fit to make me pay city tax for you MSVffQsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssrTTuTa I it settlement and some owe me fines costs et as an officer Now further indulgence is useless besides I owe some 3Sejid for copies of my Alt Reduced debts that must be paid and I must col- Â¬ Price Liitt of Picture Frames Ckromot lect from you to pay with Brackets Croquet Sett and Base Balls for Respectfully 1878 A WARNER mayU JAMES trJsBBBB A Word to the Wise Sufficient of latest Fall and Winter Fashions and large lot of samples of Fancy French Englisha and Germnn goods Ontlemen are invited to call and ox John G- Griffin Mlercliant Tailor JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICKS - Hargis Judges HAS irrl septSG cashBce to fa ir riBifivin bbbbbbbbbK Mr finest line of Men and Boys Spring jand Summed Clothing jn theicity jusfFreceiv r THE edat JryHi Children Platjt Aki V Bros CRY Pitchers FOR m u 1 H i s g 5 TMl Divine services Mxtbmct CHBScn every Semday 11 x x and 7 J p x Service of Song at 9 AcX igj Sunday SchooLat 9J S Prayer MeeliHgWdiiMdayl 7J r x Xxv K BKAXsrero Pastor ki i JliMAAUnd f We KJ fi 7Up ANNOUNCEMENTS are authorised to announce Jakes 1 Xetlurs like and Physicians rMoamssd it IT IS NOT NARCOTIC aiS Castoria LgKa 1 la 8 S 8 2i Esa Doaaho 2tl Saturday ia Marofa Jane September and Decem Â¬ Beer Saloon ber Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in ame months MILLERS old stand Clinton street- 2d District Eq Goar 3rd Saturday in OYSTERS BOLOGNE 8AU and December larch June P10SFEET Fruits Candy Nuts 2sq Miles 4th Septemberin same months Monday The Cbeese Crackers etc spsoialties 3rd District Esq Reed 3rd Moaday in best of Cigars and Tobacco March June September and December Esq Mayes 4th Saturday in same months 4th District Esq Dickinson 1st Mon Â¬ day in March June September and De Â¬ W GORMAN CO cember Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in same months th District Esq Boas 1st Wednesday DKALtES IX- in March June September and December Esq Collins 3rd Wednesday ia same STOVES months Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work Gth District Esq Jones 4th Wednes Good workmen employ- Â¬ day in March June September and le and Repairing ed and ihe best of material used jyll oember Esq Thos Rradshaw 2d Wed nesday ia same months 1st District jt ian iks jt m m Fu oa County Court H C Bailey ndge held every 2d Moaday in each nontb Fultoa County Quarterly Court H C Bailey judge held 4th Monday ia JanÂ¬ uary April July and Octobers MAOisTmrca COURTS rattTs Laser J TINWARE is WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON reasonable terms lying one fourth of mile south west of the Court House in the town of Hickman embracing about FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES of land nearly all under fence with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING good Cistern and Stables young bearing Orchard of selected fruit good Garden spot and good lots of never failing water for Stock For terms apply to the under Â¬ signed orT M French C P C C B R WALKER ja30 80 I FerBberlV A of Sheriff August 1 Wukii ofFaltea eoanty 1 Election in attho ensuing as a candidate for the office are authorized to announce W C JoHssoy as a candidate for the office of We Sheriff of Fulton county August election We -- Â¬ -- v fT Ik IjTbe Obion Circuit Court at Troy lSfl last week tried and sentenced a lad ten years old to three years in Ihe State pen- Â¬ itentiary toz stealing The boy ought to have been eeulcnced to a House of Cor- Â¬ rection but wc shunt say what ought to have been done to the jnry that convicted a child H st tbfcr Fulton in this county is flourishing and quite a number of new houses are being built Among other improvements Mr A Leet or Lasts Hotel is ereoting a new three story brick flouring mill and when comploted will be the finest flour-Â¬ ing mill in Southern Kentucky Leet is a capital business man and will win suc Â¬ cess anywhere A bit of romance in Hickman this week A happy young couple make their way to the wfaarf bSat with tko intention of taking tho first pecket for some favor ed spot where the silken ties of love could be fastened between minors and the fond lvr ttU parent arrives ere the steamer hove in ight and marches the daughter back to her home and report says turned the lock and keypon her rW Wish all parties concorned a happy jtsue from present troubles w To preserve a boquet Sprinkle it lightly with fresh water and put it in a fyate containing soapsuds Each morning take it out of the suds and lay it sideways in clean water keep it there a minute or two then take it out and sprinkle the flowers lightly by tho band with water Replace it in the suds and it will bloom as freshly as when first gathered Change the suds every three or four d ys This method will keep a bouquet bright and Western beautiful for at least a month Rural Hence south of the lakeskthe wiud will veer from southeast to more southern point conformably to the eastward progress of the storm center but high barometers in its front and flnk may hold the storm center in the west all day A north wind and one from tho oorth east at all times denote not only high barometers aflho points whence tbe winds blow but likewise low baromev tern at the points south or southwest whither they blow a storm center at the time is passing eastward through the Southern or Gulf States and with the eastward progress of tho storm A aiollterg ForcetfulHcst center the north wind will veer north Chattanooga Times westerly When the wind t A cisa of absence of mtod has just blows there is a storm northeast Ark center iu occurred at lied Clay Ga which tm measurably surpasses everything of ansas Indian Territory or Texas or it may he a hurricane on tbe gulf coast previous record Near a large plaining mill in that of Texas or Louisiana If tbe storm town there lives a family named Rose center passes northeastwardly through Several days ago Mrs Rose had occa Missouri and Illinois then tbe north- siou to go to the mill carrying her ten Least wind in Ohio will veer east and months old child along with her finally southeast to south and so on John H Tice While there tho little ouo fell asleep St Louis July 9 18S0 and becoming rather burdensome she laid it in a larga box in the mill Af Fire Hundred Tbonsaad Strong ter concluding her basioeas she left In tbe past few months tbere has bees the mill forgetting all about the child more than 600000 bottles of Shilohs Caro leaving it peacefully sleeping in the sold Out of the vast number of people bottom of the bqx io the mill Some woo nave used it more tiian 2000 cases All hours later she remarked its absence of Consumption have beea cured Coughs Croup Asthma but remembering where it was she yield at once hence it is and Bronchitis that thought she had told her husband to speaks in its praise To those everybody who have bring it homeland she felt noftirther not used it let us say if yon have a uneaslnsssrAt supper the fiithercamc Cough or your child the Croup and you but with no child She anxiously ask- value life dont fail to use it For lame ed him io regard to the child but be Back Side or Chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by your Druggist For sale disclaimed any knowledge of its by Buck Cowgill Hickman Ky whereabouts Upon telling him where she had laid it and where in all proba DIED bility it was still lyiuga sudden pal- Â¬ In this city on Sunday evening last lor overspread his face and it was Oobik infant son of F E and Jennie Case with tho greatest difficulty that he could tell ber that a few momenta be 3MCen fore he bad emptied several bushels The Hiekman Lumber and Manufactur- Â¬ of meal in that eolf same box and in all probability the childhadfoog sinoe ing Company will from this date and un Â¬ Â¬ til further notico died from suff cation A doctor was chase of logs of anydisoontinuo the pur- Â¬ kind except by spehurriedly sent for the box was sought cial contract It will save trouble for all and in it under the meal lay the parties contemplating the cutting of tim child bereft of all sensibility Tho ber to see the Superintendent and ascer Â¬ doctor applied every known restorative tain the requirements of the Company july6 3t but at last accountsit still lay in a from bim comatose state with hardly a possibili Â¬ ty of recovery Â¬ Election in Assessor of Fulton county August We are authorized to announce W O to fall slowly Having determined to change my busi- Â¬ as of Friday 23d Duriog the early parH Jobssox of s candidateforMhe office in ness I will sell the place on which I nov Assessor Fulton county Election live 7 miles nearly south of Hickman in ui uiu uay mere mayoe a gentiewest August Obion county Tenn containing erly wind Jf so before evening it We are authorized to anaounce James will haveebaoged to the southeast or F Bushabt as a candidate for tbe office some southerly point The tesspers of Assessor of Fultoa county lOO ofwhieh Ib now in cultivation The ture will commence rising andTeifras We are authorized te announce J O A place is susceptible or being made a No 1 Will divide if notcumulus clouds will apperin Coorea as a caddldats for the office of Stock farm Terms liberal Jtnto- Assssor of the afternoon SZtyT-A-Xjt 4 Ij Saturday 24th There will be a law Angtrecr if desired barometer io the west and northwfist For Clrealt Ceart Cfcrk Also 98 acros six miles north of Mem- Â¬ which if not retarded will puslOhe We are authorized loannonnco Thomas phis situated on the Paducah Memphis rain areas as far east as Ohio It will M Fatcji as a candidate for re election railroad to the office of Clerk of the Fulton Circuit fe20 6m L B SUAPHERD probably pass centrally over the Jake Court are authorised to announce J II OARPER as candidate for tbe oCce of For Aeaesflcr OENTAXJB LINIMENTS tlie Worlds great Pain Believing remedies They heal soothe and curoBiirrisWoundsWeakBack and Bheumatism upon Man and Sprains Galls and Lame Â¬ ness upon Beasts Cheap quick and reliable Sis a i 1 8 H t e H -- s Til Markttmaster Jas CITY OFFICIALS Mayor H A Tyler City Judge ueorge warren City Attorney B T Tyler City Clerk R E Millet City Treasurer T P Fortune Couneilmen T M Freaoh A A Far-is C L Randle W B Plummer W T Buokner H S Campbell City Marshal Jas A Warner vTharfmaster Win Youog -- i City Tax Collector Satal Landrum Jr Sexton Peter George Dist School Trustees W IMoCulch en Jno W Cowgill Jas A Warner COUNTY OFFICERS County Judge H C Bailey County Clerk Jno A WiUon Sheriff BR Walker Cireuit Coart Clerk T M French Assessor Jas BusharU County AttorneyA D Kingman Jailer Frank Thomasson Master Commissioner J A Wilsau County Surveyor Robert MaConaul Coroner Circuit Judze W W Robertson Commonwealths Attarnoy B A Neal WEEKLY A Warner r Citizen Tax Payers I do not wish to be considered harsh I wish to speculate on your delin Â¬ quency But I am constrained to tell you candidly who have not pid their taxes for the years 1S77 and 1878 that nnless the same is paid promptly I shall levy upon and sell your property Renember that the law nllowsugfty cents for every levy and six per cetltvadditional all of which roust bo paid by tlranarty owing Shall I make these ecets or tbe taxes will you pay up and save it yoursalvesT I mean business That ii the question 7 liespcctiuiiy R B WALKER Sheriff nor do Farms for Sale R B Brevard TTTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Courier- - Journal BEF3KSKCT1TIVIC XEW3JMrS Jettlto3iJjpSse1V - - TRACTS jnr 07 TUB SOOTH A GOOD PAPER FOR ALL SECTION rpAKEN UP AS STRAYS bv J R Wea I ver living 5 miles East of Hickman near Mud Creek in Fulton county Ky o TWO DOLLARS regioo a candidate for re election to the office of Circuit Judge in this Judicial District We H We are authorized to announce Judge W W ROBERTSON of Graves county as For Circuit Jadsro mm RESTAURANT Hardware Cutlery PISTOLS tbe 12th day or Fobruary 1S80 One White and Black Spotted COW and CALF Cow aged about 14 years both marked with crop and underbit in right and split in left ear but having no other marks or brands perceivable and which is apprais Â¬ ed at the value of eight dollars Witness ray hand this 21st day of Feb- Â¬ NOW IS YOUR CHANCE mr- - Goods thai must he closed ont within the next sixty days Cull early and make your at J Ambergs Sons We have a large lot of Summer Goods se- Â¬ Â¬ to getlarKauis in cheap Dress lection They will he sold at from 5 to 20cts per yard for mer price from 20 to 5Dcte per yard - J AMBERGS SONS 4w june25 it Market but lit The receipts have been small we quote low grade from 60 to Choice TScts medium jrheat 70 to 85cts would bring JOc but there is little of the latter coming to market The markeUin f t Louis is dull and declining while iu Our wheat market tle sine last report nan changed Â¬ Nashville owing to scaroity of wheat prices lmc etiffened up aud demand is gicd d2078 date for tbe office of Commonnpalths At always to be had Election in August 1880 lorney Wi are authorized io announce Hon W M Reks of Marshall as candidate Roule for Common wealths Attorney in this Lookout District T We are authorized to announce Mr B A NtALE as a candidate for re election to the offioe of Commonwealths Attorney is tbe best equipped safest and most pleasant line it being tbe GEEAT CENTEAL SHOET LINE between tho Northwest and Southeast It Hickman uormea urticE 1 is the shortest and most direct route to Fridat July 16 I88C the celebrated Springs and Summer re Â¬ sorts of Virginia and East Tennessee CSUIfTBY PRODUCE KTC Connections are made with trains for all points Pullman sleepers run on all PORK 4o Through sleepers from night trains DRIED FRUIT Apples 5 to 6 cents Memphis to Nashville without change Peaches 7 to 8 cents TTHEAT market active 90aSl5 per bush Usable daily cennections on all through trains Business men and pleasure seek- Â¬ MEAL 60o from wagons ers bear in mind that the Nashville Cbat- BEES WAX 20o per lb HIDES green 6c dry salted 12c dry tanoogo St Louis Railroad offers better accommodations better time and connec Â¬ flint 18o tfOOL 40a45a per lb tub washed un- Â¬ tions than any other route between the Northwest and Southeast washed 22 to30 cts Leave Memphis 1210 a m 820 a m FEATHERS 35a0o per lb primo McKeniie 415 a m 145 p m TALLO IF 6c per lb Oickuian 800 a m BUTTER fresh 16c per lb POULTRV Spring chickens 160 old Arriv at Nashvillo 1000 a m 730 p m Leave Nashville 1010 a m 8 15 p m S200a226 per dozen Murfreesboro 1127 a m 940 p m EGGS lOo per doien Wartrace 1222 p m 1040 p m BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrcle Tullahoma 113 p ra 1120 p m iron bound 51 00 Flour 45u 160 Decherd 145 p m 1155 p m Apple and Potato 35c Kraut and Pioklo Cowan 200 p m 1210 a m Stands 76o to 160 Cypress Kegs iron i Stevenson 315 p m 180 a m bound 10 gals 90c Uak We JlBBBBBBBBBBBh Bridgeport 837 p m 200 a m BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfT Chcttanootra 500 p ra 330 a m GKOCEXIZs or information tirao tables and list of BACON sides lOcts shoulders inu is i summer resorts reached by this line call 121ets Geo W McKenzik on or address CREESE 12al4o per pound Act McKcnzie COFFEE Rio 16s20 per Ib C P Atmorb jr Passg Apt L M R CRACKERS 7s9o per lb W L DANLEY Mempbie or COAL OIL 20 per gallon Genl Pass Tkt Agt Nashville Tenn CANDLES star 16al6o per lb FLOUR Hickman Mills 5700 Notice MOLASSES 40a 60o per bbl 60ets per FULTOX CIRCUIT COURT half barrel Â¬ LARD OIL 100 per gallon Geo B leathers admr pltlfT LARD 8oa lOcper lb Equity against GUNPOWDER 650 per keg Geo Brathorsheirsandcred J BLASTING POWDEU 660 per keg itors defendants SODA 6aS per lb by the keg Notice is hereby given to the creditors SUGAR brown 3c bard liJaHo of Geo B Prather deceased that the un- Â¬ 8HOT per bag 200 dersigned Commissioner of tho Fulton STONEWARE lOper gallon Circuit Court under an order in the above on Tlic Weather Tlce TOBACCO mannfaod per lb 60a75e styled cause will attend at tbe County SALT sack salt 1 60 fine 2 Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from Hit Oracular Forecasts fur thq Com the date hereef until tbe 4th Monday of HARDWARE ETC ing Week July1880 to receive and hear proof of CASTINGS 3a6o per Ib claims against said decedeut and that all IRON bar size 2jo per lh Cincinnati Enquirer claims not pressnted to him and proven as PLOW STEEL 6o per lb required by law within the time specified For tbe week commencing on July PLOW STEEL WINGS 6Jc per Ib above will be forever barred 18 and ending on the 24th the weath- Â¬ IRON AXLES 6o per lb JNO A WILSON er generally will bo as follows NAILS 500 rates Master Comrar Fulton Circuit Court BRO HORSE SHOE NAILS 80c per lb H Sunday 18tb A Southeasterly or march 1 1880 STEEL cast M 3 A 2026c in the latter case southerly wiud bib PLOWS 8al21e per lb STKEL Notice temperature olouding and threatening MANGELS BAKERY HUBS S125a226 per sett FULTOA7 CIRCUIT COURT weather with a storm immiocnt In PLOWS Hertweok Baltzer Rnoerr A the Lake regioo and iu tbe Mississippi Steel Plows No I 600 No 2 700 N P Harness admr plaintiff Equity against No 8 860 No 4 000 Valley there will be areas of heavy Baltsers patent one horse Plow 800 ex- - N P Harness heirs and eredit J rain which may extend eastward to tbe era defendants tra plow moulds 203 eaob Cotton Allegheny Mountains Notice is hereby given to the creditors scrapers same However since storm centers at this Bolls Coffee Cake Lemonade Cider Powell Bro from various factories ono of N P Harness deceased that the seabon are often very sluggish in their horse plows two horse undersigned Coramisuloner of tbe Fultoa 500aS00 Circuit Court under an order in the above plows 6001600 movemeots because of retardation by ICE CREAM c styled cause will attend at tho County high barometers in their front thereCourt Clerks office in Hickrain Ky ALL KINDS OF BTJKBRlXS fore they are delayed beyond tbeir from the date hereof until the fourth normal time in the west aod north Monday of July 1880 to receive and hear BAGGING 10al2o per yard proof of claims against said decedent west At other times the westward CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO C ROPE maohme 15a20o TIES 5a6o and that all claims uot presented to him swing of be Atlantio constant bigb LEATHER kip skins 150a860 sole per and proven as required by law within XjOUIH barometer so as to cover the ooutti lb 30 a 35c upper side 450a500 the time specified above will be forever era aud Southeastern States will force JNO A WILSON per day at home Samples PRINTS 4a8o per yard barred the storm center in its eastward pas- - D 10 4U orlh r free Addrcg Km DOMESTIC Master Connnr Fulton Circuit Court 3al2Jo per yard march 1 190 JEANS 20a00c per yard aplOO latitude aoigos Co Portland Maine fcage iuto high Northern CoramonwoaUb Attorney MEALS AT ALLHOUBS ONLY 25c are authorized to announce Cuiaies Oysters and all kinds of Confectioneries Tbohas of Ballard county as a candi Â¬ Guns ruary leSO mcb5 4w J W MAYES J P F C i PSIE fountain muummL obtained for new inventions er for im Â¬ provements in old ones Caveats Trade CAST1NQS TOOLS c Marks and all patent business promptly attended to Inventions that have been rejected may still in most cases be pat ntod by- us Being opposite the U S Patent Office andengaged in patent business exclusive Â¬ GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET ly we ca secure patents in less time than those who are remete from Wash Â¬ IRON WARE ington and who must depend npon the JOB WORK done to order such as mails in all transactions with the Patent Office o Ron6ng Guttering Spoutinjr When inventors send model or sketch STU of Ihe Gold Stove Clinton Street we make search in the Patent Office and Hickman Ky feb7 70 advise as to tbe patentability free of charge Correspondence confidential 25cts Lower than the Lowest prices low and no charge unless patent is 1 bavo no clerk expenses no store rent obtained We refer te Hon Postmaster General and pay cash for all my Groceries and therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap Â¬ D M Key Rev F D Powers to officials est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone in the U S Patent Office and especially Star Flour 26 cents cheaper than the low- Â¬ to our clients in every State- - of tbe Union and in Canada For speoial references est JOHN WITTING terms advice c address NAILS PATENTS STOVES- Opposite Patent nov2l C A SNOW CO Office Washington L a SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A marvelous cure for catarrh dipthcri can Â¬ ker mouth head ache With cacti bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector for the more successful treatment without extra charge Price 50 ots For sale by BUCK COWGILL Will be sent ono year postage free r which amount will t -elude a handsomo premium in the sha of a book or a knife or various artioiet of use and beauty as may be selected from onr printed lists A sample copy of the Weekly Courier Journal and a circu- Â¬ lar containing the full list of premiums will be sent on application Tub CouBiER JocasAL is a combination made in 1808 of three old Louisville pa Â¬ pers viz the Journal established in 1830 the Courier ia 1843 aad the Demooratia 1844 Its reputatioa is national as well as its circulation aad It is pronounced one 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 Circe Choice from standard books of the times and a choice selection of the leading mag Â¬ azines or illustrated periodicals of the day furnished in combination with tha Weekly for a mere pittaace in additioa to the price of tbe Courier Journal alono 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 SI 50 each and for every ol b of fivo the club raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to any address free for a year Daily Courier Journal S12 a year post Â¬ age free Suaday Courier Journal 2 a year postage free No travelling agents are employed by the Courier Journal Company but a lib- Â¬ eral cash commission or handsomo prem- Â¬ iums will be given to persons known to the community they reside in who will act as local agents Any one who de Â¬ sires to aet aad to assist in extending the circulation of a paper thatoannot be but beneficial to any community in which it may be generally read will upon ap Â¬ plication be supplied with aa agenta outfit free of charge For specimen copies circulars etc address W N HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Co y Notice to Log parsaMlfa Is a compound of the virtues parilla btillingia inandrako yellow lock with the iodide of potash ami iron g all powerful blood making and life sustaining elements It Is the purest safest and most effectual alterative available to thp public The sciences of medicine and chemistry have never produced n remedy so potent to euro all diseases resulting from impure blcKwl It cures Scrofula and oil blood-cleansin- have ttffsunf LiverCity saya I for had DyspepsK and Complaint seve- J Tho Beat I Ever Knew or Qfltrkoy a prominent and influsn The Cheapest Newspaper in Iovra Â¬ Louisville Ky ral years and have need every romedy without relitf until 1 tried Shilohs Vi talixer whioh entirely cured me Price 75 cents the South of sarsa Sold by BUCK COWGILL Weekly American NASUYILLE Commissioners GOODS ofull kinds have advanced from 25 to 30 per cent but we still adhere to our old prices Cheapest Cash House in town PLAUT and J Commissioners CONFECTIONEKY fresd bread Â¬ OAEBS KAY8EB Tbe next Presidential election will de Â¬ termine questions of vital importance to every citizen of the Union Upon its results will depend the perpetuity of our republican form of government All these questions will be thoroughly dis Â¬ scrofulous diseases Erysipelas cussed in tbe present session of Con- Â¬ Rose or St Anthonys Fire Flm- gress It is our desiro and onr purpose and Face grubs Pustules so far as we can centribnte lo that and Blotches Bolls Tumors Tetter Humors Salt Rheum Scald head that every citizon shall be folly informed Rhoa RIiiK ivorm Ulcors Sores upon all these questions of sneb vast moÂ¬ uiatlsm Mercurial Disease Nou ment Is our national government ta ba rulgla Fenialo Weaknesses and bencoforth an imperial despotism Is Irregularities Jaundice Affoctlons Ara of tho Liver Dyspepsia Emacia- Â¬ HOW LOST HOW REST0R3D the bayonet io rule the LaHoI the rights of tho States expressly re Â¬ tion and General Debility Ily its searching and cleansing quali Â¬ JCSr PUBLISHED a new served ia the Cwastitutia t yield to ties it purges out tha foul corruptions edition of D CcLvcawEtLs centralized dwtatioa Shall arragaDt which luutaminato the blood and causa Celeoratxo Essay on the rad and imperifcos parly leaders tinder tha derangement and decay It stimulates ical aire without medicine of Spermator Â¬ or of liberjy rel ttt citizens af liberty the vital functions restores and pro sen es health aud infuses now life and rhea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Shall Mammon V tbe only deity who Losses Impotency Mental and shall having system No i ignr throughout tho whole of the blood Seminal Incapacity Impediments to Mar Â¬ rightsh acknowledged b as depriied divine Physical sufferer from any disease Shall labor af its need despair who will giro Arans riage etc also Consumption Epilcpsv jbst reward In order to bring it within SAitt vrAittLUV a fair trial land fits induced by self indulgence ar tU sana T e Tavy ass sesania far Â¬ It is folly to experiment with tho nu- Â¬ sexual extravagance 60 mer ane 3baer in all Ttcaxas even in merous low priced mixtures without The celebrated author in ihia admir Â¬ tht lard times io anfana hizaself what medicinal virtues offered as whilo disease bccames mora firmly able Kssay clearly demonstrates from a political parties ara iapsig w havt thirty years successful praotiee that the redoaed the trts of ib Vfky Ameri Â¬ seated Avkks Sahs apjuhixa is a medi clno of such concentrateddurativo power alarming consequences of ca ia ONK POLLA near Tar six that it is by far the best cheapest and be radically cured without th dagiaU3 monts 75 ceni TLre raoDl340 cexi most reliable blood purifier known use of internal mediciae or the amplica Â¬ The- rtal valae m l Physicians know its composition and faer a ill sm1tat ointiag out a node of derese3 vista rcdctita tS piescribo it It has been widely used for tion ot tbe knile forty j cars and has won tho unquali Â¬ cure at once simple eerials aa4eZeotaal will Xa jastlj increased ia pTapartloa ta by means of which every sa9e7 ac mat Â¬ prie fied conltdcnco of millions whom it has benefited ter what his eonditic a say be may eare Address 325 AMERICAN himself eheapley privately d rakkally XashTiRo Tean CO PREPARED BY DR J C AYER ffSy Ibis Lecture shoald be in the ianJa rmcttrnl and Analytical Chemists Ws hav a pdy aad positive Cera far of every youtaand every sua in ih JaacJ Lowell Mass Canker Moolh aad Sent under seal in a plain envelp ta Catarrh 60U EX ALL DRUGGISTS ETZRTTHXBX any address jxMpii on receipt af sis neadaehfr ia SHILOHS CATARPU HKM C A HOLCOMBE Sold by EDY A aasal iaitiic r free-- vfita each oens or two postage stamps bottle TTss it if vau desire health ui Address tbe VubluUers 12 a day at home easily A WEEK 79 eweet brenth ruce THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO 5di ly Back made CoMly outfit free Address XI Ann S N aw York 1 Q Boi 405 j L Cewgillj HiskniiD Ky aplVO t Tsvt S Co Augusta Maios X Mothers Grief The pride of a mother the life and joy of a home are her children hence her grief when gickness enters and takes them away Take warning then that you are running a terrible risk if they have a Cough Croup or Whooping Cough which lead to Consumption if yon do not attend to it at once SHILOHS 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Twin apple few pne irMU other vmit gentle and always ainiablo without tlie Parasols are cheaper in Europo than on this side of tho water SnxTKjtnJbuhilltBfwlvrtjmreyrtliehoU JijJBPa5nt 8ign of vanity In even rtnV th pdtituM anil lunncrd raiize lUpe for bcaven our tmoil ol1 mn TnxttE is a tendency to revive the pim- Â¬ Jtrieltsfyttltliirnrra throws of old J jster ussd tp snyv I wish aha might havo ple drosses of former days V JThllT TWca rht Its ftaerjrhas oil since lUc showers J NuibS watery Ciy - Hutohl her tojsether day and she Bono Micro ureni BaiUJUiss Mildred Hjjwwlim tli lc itentnc Jlt lt mighty rvek with a stifled groan Saturday 5pr her Woddins day ijmsuMne Tuiy f thehitlrxtyo nt She did not die then exclaimed Jlow te yoanj cln Join t the atlm vaLisle thread gloves And whu aird where th hraWe yarrow went EhTida Ivas so afraid vou were Koine riety liner finished andcome in great last cheaper than To pass the winter of their discontent to tell tit of her deathl year wers the Fcil CnWIcr gleaming In tl tmiih nf dearth She did not die God hold her re Â¬ K yet had ti tlicd the frnil lion I Sats plied Miss Mildred with a sigh so deep fore she a French critic I like a girl be- Â¬ Tlia slutnb red waltlig for their xomJ tilth o Lyi Il rrid audsad that it was almost a groan fore she gets womanish and a woman bethetone gets girlish still piiitrd to her empty thrones Here lathis very wing chamber my An Arkantswoman is now living with lrramn of nrhs to ejn of eart h unknown brother Oliver thought of it sho said icmcnii loncti iimtcih r t in th s uritgai paw Rf tor a long pause Lost ia lluw aw u irpttw lietml slnn- Here ha called mo her fourteenth husband and has only LaMst uyt mute heorc the mint Trll to help him decide how to cony out tho worked one county n hit liuui UreJ Humboldt tniuuied ll IT plan You sec girls FreckIiEs are not so bad It is said Isadora was like ships rati your fnond Evelyn she possessed great that one girl docs not object to seeing th we Jnftlrr hisliL had gained JjnH rial courage Sho eeemed to have no fear of them on another girls face wh no the wide rralius of nature we t escry lnalnjli Ir Bripatj dresses aro made of white ouln fathers trained anything on earth Oliver know this so wjtn wunderl ig p ie hs s iininit hlh i Man did I And neither of us expected any Â¬ satin with round dots and trimmed with 1 hat far Uno tti their c ildren footfciihs He thing more than a hearty laugh at her tulle and orange blossoms fmlla t thrlr finrt armll Tenturra at we tua oxpense or at our own when the evening Tbs We blame inconstancy in woman but oijit shsikr tha scholar s hand TnMr cramul iucm rv filN nur hearts tu lay frolic ended only when we aro tho victim Wo find it Hrar hwful wii this Iwwer uf paie they Eve Zsadore It was HallowMiss Nancyi and her charming if we are the object TVLUe war dread plowshare seamed the suffering dcarcBt friend a Bruce who Women detest a jealous man whom land lived then at the farm just below this one they do not love but it angers them when CMJd ot our childrens children Trt unborn had agreed to try fate with spells on a man whom they do love is not jealous wnenonthK yrllow p ge tu turn Tour eyes that evening They dared each other nhertFUie Iwlrfrroird oi tills Kalsy morn When you talk to women you must to one tlimg and another4 and finally Is choose between Jo phae antique and f Jdrd Irtters II a lying and displeasing How Tspie how tola our flit ting gbU will risel adore pledged herself to into the them There is no middle course unless Tet tit pur Trios thw blood ran warm and ml lonely old north rooms wituf y idle at yon say nothing a the C Us were arern hr kt wtrr blue ll o clock that evening apple Though rutn our dust the fplrlt Ions baa Bed Heliotrope is the prominent color in We Hred we lored we toiletl wo dreaiaed Ilka before GrandsaanHua great most elegant toilets and Bhirring is the mirror that had been BtsawTTWra iy thcro TTanWTK our sJrce and thought how much wa for safe keeping lor fifty wears or more noticeable trimming of all light and semi knew dresses xouTsec giris uto uica was mat nor diaphanous Oh inlglti our spirits for one hour retnrn Women whtflove are always afraid they Wben the next c ntury T umli Its bunltcth rlcg future husbands faco was to appear to Women who are not Il5te tnnse rets it mall teach to lrarn her looking over her shoulders in that are not loved To har the lupa truths I years shall bring mirror as she stood before it eating her loved always Hatter themselves that they lta wiser sages iaV Its sweeter minstrels sljrj are loved Lout Demoycris apple WelL Oliver overheard the girls plan JIrs Scott Siddoks says that nn MISS MILDREDS WARNING ning this thatnf temoon and he told me American servant will tie on her veifin a And as I said before I helped him hera natty graceful way that an English in tliis very room that evening wfailoJio duchess knows nothing about There girls With women marked irregular noses Sfrida Moro held aloft before usv a disguised himself in a long white dress and painted his faco all bvcr a deatlily signify mord than talent with men aud dreadful image A house made ghost she called it laughing at the terrific re white with heavy frowning black eye- Â¬ except in cases of a few beauty4aaust sult of her half hour of sedulous occupa- Â¬ brows that met forming a black arch always sacrifice something to geniusi tion across hiq forehead It was a Chicago woman who firs4- placing thocanaay It uvu horrible the It changed him terribly and he ventedstuffed idea ofsawdust in a place Wo had been reading that afternoon with looked so like a corpse in that shroud like bird about the Princess Amelia the ill fated dress that 1 was half scared myself at a cat would have to Work two hours to isifiter of Frederick King of Prussia him But neither of us thought of Jsa get it One thuuj brought up another And dorc being frightened A wtie no more believes in business when an allusion was made to the And so we stole into the north room which takes her husband away from her Woman with tho Broom who was said and contrived to get the mirror out of its tlian a manacer believes in the sickness to havo haunted the Prussian palace ftt frame Oliver put his face into vacant of an actor or a publisher in that of a that time Hfrida sought a carpetbrudi space I hung a drappery around it and writer with alongliandle in the closet t the charged him to keep perfectly still and to take a great Lucx Hoofer head of tho staira and standing in the then stole away to watch for Isadora in deal of comfort inseems saying that the Em- Â¬ outer chamber alone began to dress it thehalL press Eugenic has lost her beauty Sho iftrtistically in a sheet byway of showing In a few minutes she came down tho had some once and that is mora than jns her own idea of the phanton that stairs with her cand and apple in her everybody can say troubled the rest of Prussias Kings hands She was smiling roguishly to A New Jerset woman was helped out We- girls were alone in the wing herself as she opened the door of the of a lumber wagon at a funeral and a re- Â¬ chamber which liad been allotted for oar north room and went in volver in her pocket exploded und shot a occupancy by Miss Mildred Fay the J And what happened asked El owner 01 xue loveiy inrm ana tne com- frida eagerly as Miss Mildred pawed man in the leg Sho said she came to meet tramps fortable old fashioned farm house in Where was yonr mother How Tins young lady at tho sea side said rua where with our could she let Isadora go into that dreadWtomInnsyta she hod been to see the rollers Her parenta- and other friends we were ful room breathed Martin Hurst she meant waves sptrnding the early Tacation months of and mother were both staying mamma thought tho fellowthe kept Father who the young ladv and tne opening summer with a sick neighbor as watchers that the bowling alloy did not One other girl Elfridas first cousin night said Miss Mildred and I What gathering flowers in a wood is to Evelyn Moore shared the wing chamber watched and waited in the outer hall till Nancy Bruce came crying down children that shopping in large towns is She had now gone to the village two stairs to tell some one what they had to women To wander from shop to shop miles distant for the evening maiL planned to do because she thought to compare to choose to appropriate it KcroacA And Elfrida who was somewhat envi something awful had happened to keep is like gathering flowers v A Philadelphia servant girl who was ouB of Evelyns scholarship social position Isadora so long in tho north room and good looks declared that she would When Nancy saw me she caught washing windows spattered some water leave her woman with the broom bo hold of me and dragged me with her to on a pedestrian She apologized he near the door of our chamber and in the door of the north room Wo went smiled and in fonrweeks they were mar- Â¬ He turned out to be worth such a position that it would inevitably in The candle was burning on the ried lall against Evelyn as soon as she en- Â¬ table The apple had fallen to the floor 8200000 tered to brincr our letters This is tho rechercho affair up in Beside ifrSiy brother Oliver was lying blio aayg that she is afraid of nothing sensslesB in a fit tis lace looked hie Maino according to tho llockland Courthat she does not believe in ghosts and- - white fire in the half darkness The ier- When a Lewistown young man asks sue Bniit- - na apparitions Tow poor foolish boy had rubbed phosphorus a girl if he may hoc her home and she is lets try her coaragc We will hide in all over it after I left him Joinake it agreeable the fair young creature shyly the unhmsheil cliamber outside where look still more ghastly andTgnosi like responds You are right you may tip we can see and hear nil that passes be Â¬ us your fluke And Isadora where was Isadora tween her and my phantom cried Martin Hurst beginning to shiver Jeannes mother attempts to dissuade While we were eying the image from a with nervous dread her from marrying a soldier of the line respectful distance and fecluig half We found her huddled down in a with whom the girl is desperately in love afraid of the hideous face and tho flam Â¬ heap in a distant corner with her face A war may come and a cannon ball may ing eyes which Elfrida had drawn with turned to tho trail She knew no one take off his head she tells her Alt a few touches of her crayon and n little Oliver told us long afterward that she welll a widow at sixteen exclaims the phosphorous on the white surface of the stood gazing at him in silence so long daughter What is more poetic sheet a rustling sotuid and movement in that he advanced his face toward her The latest rage among young ladies is tho outer chamber made us all lmddlo through the mirror meaning to play to to possess an old fasluoned spinning together and strain our eyes fearfully to-Â¬ offer her a kiss wheel for a parlor ornament The desire ward its dusky entrance The light tho life the intelligence to possess an old fashioned wash board We all felt relieved think I own all went out of her own face at that mo- Â¬ and tub as a kitchen ornament doesnt iliatT did for one when our hostess ment he said She fled and crouched rage much among young ladies They Miss Mildred emerged from the gloom down in the corner and he believing are about as handsomo as tha spinning andcntcred our room without pausing to that he had fatally injured her fell faint- Â¬ whech but they are not fashionable kriocfc ing to the floor Elfrida tried to thrust the home made Poorfellow8ighedElfrida Where atchoet into a corner quite out of sight is he now Miss Mildred snBiit it was useless to try and conceal r In heaven I hope I He was one of A Mile in Hid Alr irom juiss juimreas scnrciilliciv com our hrst volunteers irom this town and Barringtown Brown during his memo Â¬ prciicnsivc glance the helpless apparition i onoof the first officers who was killed in Which of yon Kiris made this Wh v the last war They told me that ho rable survey of Guiana reached the foot lid yon make it she asked holding it exposed his life in leading his men of Boraima and ascended its sloping p tout at arms length into action I did not mourn for Mm portion to a beighth rjf 5100 feet alovo EUrida told her girls knew how glad he was to go the level of the sea Between the high- Â¬ And please Miss Mildred dont tell Our parents died heartbroken one year est point he reached and tho foot of the great perpendicular portion which tow- Â¬ EvelyB she said coaxingly Wo only from that fataLHallowecn ish to find oat whether sho is really where1 is she asked ered above is a band of thick forest iBut Isadora Ijcoking up at tho great wall of rock braver about such things than we are Elfrida half fearfnily that - Sho ays she is and she declared tho At the State Lunatic Asylum At 2000 feet in heighth lie could se j placer in evening that the real woman with first she seemed only idiotic audi kept forest covered its top and that or Klrubs other Rmnll trees a broom would not have frightened 7ier her at home devoting my life to her as rm ita nirleA ivlipm there thev chJrrff The could sain a hold in the least if she had Been and heard some small return for the wrong that I Y J trr uru istuiiijjunou her sweeping mean in the passages of had helped to work But now sho is a gigannc cuu iiseii red sandstones ui inter of white pink and raging raving dangerous maniac Oh the royal pafitco - - And did yotf baiicve her sked Miss girls there is nothing left now of tho bedded with layers of red shale the on Mildred bending her keen gray eyes on beautiful child or of thedovely girl It whole restinglengtha ofgreat bediaof red Boraima about was all our fault said poor Miss Mil- Â¬ diorite The Elfridas eager face dred bursting into tears and hurrying eight or ten miles Kukenam is perhapsÂ¬ No did not confessed Elfrida larger and the area of Blebeapeur is cerout of the room Did you Elfridas oyes were wet like ours as tainly more extensive It is impossible Â¬ Miss Mildred addressed us sho brought back and silently demol- Â¬ to view this wonderful group of mounowned that X had my doubts tains withoutrealizing that far back ii Marian Hurst with a haaverted ished the fearful woman with a broom pan timid look at the dreadful object that And Evelyn Moore returning an hour tho youth of tho world they formed Thr I was still held by our hostess declared later with the letters never knew why of an archipelago in tropical seasv ma e well wooded and watered is we girls greeted her so kindly and so theyareVivvikiViIr that she had no doubt whatever trees and theenoruior rartnin particular night No one could help feeling terrified at lovingly upon that waterfall which pours at least from Bor Bucha sight coHungBuddenly upon thorn aima A grand view of this cataract wa she averred obtained by Barrington Brown from th Studying Pozzies a Waste of Time You are none of you without you fair mouth of a cave inhabited by guathar said Miss Mfl share of common sense The Educational Monthly reflects the above tha 1882 and And you can deliberately plan sentiments of most thoughtful persons in birds of situated Thoughfeet clear a dred the level the sea and aid and abet a deed like this the following paragraph was distinctly visible at a dis- Â¬ Sfee tossed the image out into the dark the writer n mosphcre thirty miles tho white threotl of There seems to be tance of opea ekaaber fascination about arittKinzzles that watcrwalJ the Indians said it was With an angry exclamation xainoa leads many persons tIBputetlleir tima tho head of a branch of the Cotiuga the - and tire then brains was springing after it but she found herinefforts to solve river bnt it is more probably tho head Beli held back bya strong hand them The 13 15 14 that lately went of the Caroni a branch of the Orinoko No girls That same thing has been the zounds is a type of the entire class of This trophical Staubbach is probably the or it lias tho following char- Â¬ Tt done in this very Jiouse once before puzzles world and is at the in Wait till I tell you what come of it before acteristics L The solution can only bo highest fall of tho considerable bulk The same time yon try again to carry it out found by a tentative process of trial and feet in height is At the thought of hearinsr a story El experiment and the only tincture of cliff of Boraima 2000 which it fell like frida forgot her momentary angerand mathematical science wliicn it has is its over the upper half of descended with a crowded in beside us near the chair at value as an example in the mathematical a plumb line and then The remaining slight slope outward the window where Miss Mildred had dectrin of probabilities 2 The solution feet to the valley below slopes at seated herself when it is obtained does no good and is 3000 an angle of 45 degrees and being tree Bhe looked at us very sadly The half utterly devoid of value It is said that covered the rest of the fall is hidden by light may have deceived me but some one gave this puzzle to the great foliage The invincible attraction of the thought then and still think that her engineer Je Lessens while he was ex- curious Savanna range of island mounGereat tains to naturalists arises from tho inac keen gray eyes were lull of tears as she amining tho Brooklyn bridge ougineers however aro as likely to fail cessabilitv This should not be under-Â¬ began to speak I did not alwnvs live hero by myself as other people and great mathema mere desire to excel others as girls in the old homestead bhe said ticians like Isaac Newton and Sir William stoodfeat tteclimbing but as the hopo of in a years ago niy dear Rowan Hamilton have no advantage over that some relics of the mammalian life mother and father were here and I bad school boys If tho time spent in de mioccne period may so called a darling brother one year older than ciphering such puzzles were devoted to of the attitudes nf ncnfnl nwllnma 4linVa TTnillfl have survived on these isolated Oliver and a sister adii myself named cut off from all communication with tho younger than either of us who was called be a surprising increase in the sum total living moving world If any of the Isadora after the heroine of a story that of arithmetical knowledge mammals live upon them miocene my mother had read and liked very A new and fascinating amusement has when the sea washed over their bases much just before her birth been introduced in Chicaco by small of those animals may and was I as youalways tall and thin took children whose Barents live at hotels It the descendants as the lemurs exist in exist there still seeme now girls I gaunt consists in scattering the blocks used Madagascar and a whole family of inar after my father He looked well enough in buildine plav houses alone the stairs suptials such as the kangaroo in Aus- Â¬ mind you But his features leadinsr from the umier floors of the ho tralia Perhaps a balloon may one day for a m and figure did not suit a girl and I was tel The game is for tho boarders to get solve tho mystery which lends a charm always called homely from a child down stairs alive Xo these island mountains and the happy But Olher was handsome like our naturalists who lauds as one will of mother He had great blue oyes and new Capitol at Albany is an un Â¬ course and in time on the summit of The curling brown hair and tho brightest tank Boraima may find himself among the color and the sweetest smile And Isa- Â¬ fortunate edifice The other day aeleva- descendants of the races long Bince blot more beauti- Â¬ full of water used for running tne dora was like him only far Wl from the lower world in which the ful You have seen fier portrait down tors burst and flooded the building with evidence of their existence is recorded in six thousand eallons of water If there ttairs great stone book alone Amid the What that lorely that angelic is anything a New Yotk legislator hates tho forest depths on which rests a large it is water wouderlugly I child cried Elfrida cloud be may find not tho gigantic sav thought that was an artists ideal pic- Â¬ riansof tho youthful world grim monPfjuiaps it is called the upper crust ture of the fish lizard form but the It was the image of our Isadora at because you have to pass it to get to tha sters progenitors of existing inamalia great replied IJwMildretl leal meit and strength of society of ag nine vcais TOEX ATfD sow AN AWFUL FATE Caazbt to Wolf Trap and Ueroarca by aYEMMalira aaacaal 1 lfr T I 1 IT 1 sCj 4sC i lk Â¬ Â¬ thel-p-ndt-- f j jAstM fl -- tt rru I frhwI-Uy- A I I r iirv r k v4 lit at v Â¬ el All-- The favoritetrap employed for wolves in Burgundy ia tlio traquerard This is tho most dangerous even to man the strongest that is made requiring two men to set it It has springs of formida Â¬ ble power and delicacy and when theso arc touched the jaws of tho trap armed with rows of tcoth Bhut one within the other Some years ago a trap was placed near a deserted footway and tho usual warn Â¬ ing precautions taken The sumo day a young man anxious to presttnt his fianceo some turtle doves and pigeons with rosy boals with whose whereabouts he was nciptainted left his homo a little before snuset to mirprise tho birds on their He was late The night closed in rapidly and with the intention of shortening tho road hetook hhvway across tho forest Without in the least heediug the brambles1 and bushes which caught his legs he pressed on and after a continued buttle with the thorns the stumps nnd roots came exactly on the track where the trap was set Tho night was now nearly dark and thinking only of his dnVs mid the loved one ho ftiled to observe that several little pi ci uf string w ere swinging to and fro in the brewco from the bnshes of tho thicket near him Dreadful in-Â¬ deed was it for him that lie did hot for suddenly ho felt a terrible shock accom panied bv inteiis pain tho bones juihis leer beiiiif aiuureutlverushsd to tr atV tratv tie wu cittglit ia the Tho firt few lmnienta suffi ritiK o r ho must b heudotl tho dantnr of his had it is presumed withgreat of mind ciiilrcmircil to open thj raU d iron jiws which held him but though dancer is said toHloublo tho strriith of man thv trap refused to give up its prey and as at each nioenient of hisjxxh thujrouiiwth LuriixithmsVlves tleepTrand dOTluhLTnesh his agony He nin t haVo been most excrtitiatiug prub3hh shouted andjwould have con Â¬ tinued ti shout however hopelessfor help had it not boon for tlicfcArjifat- rraciuig iimwoivchLBtH tigiiit tie iimung 9 14 1 1 COVRISR STEAM JOB OFF HiBf A SPLENDID OFFER READ IT I saaaiBll BawB ll Khfoty ami Liier Cure IFOrmcrty jjt iraw Juaney tur vegetable preparation and the only rare A remrilT In the world for Brtgbta Dlarnar Waratfs Sat assessments tax and olhor sales rnarkels etc etc diving information that evcrjr resident ot this conn 1 ought o bare and j cannot deprive bSmrelf of without 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Remember only 265 pays for the Consist and the American Agricultuiht both sent post paid for a whole year Please tell yonr neigh- Â¬ bors of this lC Send In yonr subscriptions at once The American Agriculturitt isjnit entering its 38th annual volume and now is the time to subscribe It Is thebest Bleed Partflar andsllmnlates every function to more bealthXM action and Is thai a baneflt In all diseases It cares McrofBloas and other Btla Brest Uoaa and Diseases Including Cancers III eers and other Seres Bjapepsla WeaStaeaaortbeStOHUM h Coeatl pat loa Blzaincaa General IebU tty etc are cured by tbe afe Blttera It Is unequal ed as an appetizer and regular tonic Bottles of tiro sizes prices Wc and 8190 Qnleklr gives Beat and Sleep to the suSerintr cures Headache and Kenralarta prevents relieves Nervona Pros- Â¬ Epileptic F1U andby excessive drink tration bronchi on and other causes over wort mental shocks Powerful as It Is to stop pain and soothe dis- Â¬ turbed Nerves t never Injures the 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All nt once far verv far oft he hears a con fusediuunuurof indistinct sounds Ap proacliiiulyiilsiiidity theso murmurs become eric saiul yells They are those of solves on the track hellish demons wniehcroa fewinmnteVwSuldbe upon him carried direct to the spot bv tho trails set for the destruction of his de sthners T Fear not liffiig part of his hardy naturevhe bytdmotstjuperhuniau efforts ntidhi thcawfiVmomcnt forgut- ting all pain contrivril tq drag himself1 und the trap toward an oak tree against wlileh he placed himself Here with hisf hutehet ready to striko tho young felhiw full oltotirage awaited the honilile result determined to show himself a true child of the forest and meet his fute like a nimu XA few min utes nu roandhe was smronnded by ft corvdon of vellow brutes sending forth their luinible veils fnll in his face On the following mflrhill when the unfortimato forester wlxp set the trap came to examine it he found it at the foot of the oak deluged with blood the lnnie of a human leg upright between the iron teeth and all around scattered alxmt the turf and path a quantity of human remains Shreds of coat and other articles of elothingwero discovered near the spot Vith the assistance of some dogs which were put on tbeflccnt ltndftiriffii three wolves- - the open with a hatchpt were Jound dying in an adjacent tlucket When tlio venerable cure of the village after previous lv endeavoring in every possible way by Christian exhortation to prepare his aged mother to hear the sad tale in- Â¬ formed her that theBe remains of hu Â¬ manity were all that were left of her boy she laughed Alas it was the laugh of Reason had fled All the madness Year Jlound 4 -1 theiteilUifchooflijlteJW undejrilus ctxtt nSflftull iichvk anlfesKth this in fu in Spnthern Kentucky or Western Tennessee CfNTAUn i And Still Better ti New Type taaaMsaaf JsbbTsbbbbv fi i New Presses Unimei I i lUr Lfl- A-isnck -- b tt T t5 fait New Machinery nj ihvii t idirayi Cwm adlttxaTar Bisaps4at las werltra arraat alaReUaTr for Kamr aml8azut Cheap alck autd raUaalv - hi jit i u i t THE k -J I REST it k OE TJ PITCipSBS QASTOBIAianot Narcotic - Ckiidren arrow lat upon Mothers like and Physi Â¬ PRINTERS s Si turist have secured Marshalls new large magnificent Steel Plate Tub Fabus one of the finest works of this Pkibk great artist whose pfcturesof Washing Â¬ ton and Lincoln are of world wide repu- Â¬ tation Sone is this new work that Mr Marshall received 300 for engraving the steel plaie alonca It was so highly valued that thirty good jrfdges subscribed 25 each for 30 copies of the first or artist proofs and no copy of the picture can bo bought for lesv than 500 But the publishers of tho American Jg rieulturitti have just secured the Plate ana having large facilities for multiplying it they prspeso to present this Splendid Engraving on fine Plate paper 22x28 delivered post pntd lo every subscriber for vdlume 38 of that Journal who sends 20 cents extra to cover cost of packing mailing and postage on the engraving Subscribers can secure Ihrongh Ihisoffica Ihe Cockikr and tbe American Agriculturitt both post paid for oneyear and also delivered free a copy of the Above named Steel Plate Engraving that will b a great adornment to every home ALU THUEB for only 285 The publishers of the American Agricul Â¬ t Therefore liWtr 1 cians recommend CASTORIA It repolatcstlio Bowels cures ssf A i d i S5il i iSa ii i j U lc rtl wijriniin 3 o 1 L l3l1Hi3tl b MS 1 and destroys Worms UO 1 TjI THE XJITXST IXTESTIOX FVX HOUSEHOLD 1 hff EfQLlll PRINTERS SURE CUBE Coughs Sore Throat Colds We Keep in Store a Well Selected Stock of STATIONERY Â¬ clutis Asthma Consumption PatnplnQosrtaiisBotslssforrsaiDjtJss lrom 3 jt ri r OF ALL KINDS O 1 And AH BtWMWf THROAT and XU3I Mb BctsaUaoattr pnptrad el Balsas Tbln Orrtalisd Rook Cud j Ola Era and otfasr tonics Tha Formula la fcaown to oar boss pnjtlclaos Is hlxbl ooraawadsd 6t tbaso sad Otha anaml of oar roost promlnenS ehasilst Prof A HARlfSln Oblestola en tb Uoslot TKTbotU It UnB known to thsawdlcsl profession that TOLU ROOK aad BTB wOl afford taa rrMtMt nlUf for Ooosns Colds Influenu BroncMUc Sot Throat Wssk Lnusi slsa OaasaBpUoaaa tea ia-tpisat and advanced stana Used as a BEVERAGE and APPETIZER tt tsakss a Isploaant toUka it oalifhtfol toalo forfamils BS or dehlllUUd tt dTsa tons aoUrltr and stisactla io am vasunnDin srms t h I 1 U An honest farmer receives a visit from h dealer in live stock who wishes to pur- Â¬ chase his pork crop After chaffering over the price they rise to go out to tho farmyard to inspect tho animals On a B4 ii nja It fassct -- q -1 i- - -- jtr bi T md I the threshold they meet the formers daughter a handsome strapping lass of nineteen whose plumpness and ccir woidd have delighted Rubens i ii Jovel says the ndmiring and gallsut tealor feeling that some compliment is emauded of him I say if your pigs e anything like yonr daughter we ill have no difficulty iu making a bar gain A u Fol- Carids - t 3 ji sij- Circulars a QOVZKMalBJtT STAMP on ases Dotal j repriator XaawKauE dB Xll atadlson Street Galea- 7 Ask yonr BrBstrUt tar Itt xor isz a Your VVIno atarchnnt for A I It CmHdrea aw9T7nr Masaaja Jor Itt ISTS OKOCXRS suuT iT M tng aujiiu 7JtJ ti V V Bill Heads ft nt ii Vi n 7Br4rnr -- 3 French Boaiaore tjatx inrrirMn Tags 1 tc ti - J h 1 t Letter Heads ijiD I I- ll I I t v as -- M I I Â¬ Â¬ It ty Â¬ 41 Â¬ Eleven years ago a yoimg IVenchmnn EOWJJ38ftiiidLOWBRi Gilbert by name and a very ardent Be pnblican fell in love with tho daughter All kinds of Groceries htms sideso of an Imperialist and as the fathci of the as cheap as tTae olieapesl H will not be JWN WITTiNO girl refused his consent to the marringo undersold the vonng couple determined to commit They repaired to a small town tCCa week in your own town Terms and suicide near Paris nnd Gilbert after shooting So outfitfre Addrefs ll HAMrrr his betrothed attempted to blow his own Co PortlandjJainq nplSO brains out In neither case did the wounds prove mortal and the war breaking out soon afterward Gilbert was not pros THE BEST JREMEDY ecuted as be had left Paris to serve in tho Army of the Loire He returned to BOB t Paris at tho outbreak of the Commune aud Lugs National Gaurd was made served in the Diseases of prisoner when the Versailles troops en- Â¬ tered tho citv and transported to New - iflVY rbJn diseastjs ottho pulmonary orcans iltJYi During lus absence his beCaledonia trothed had been induced by her father i1kc3A7B -- asafoandrehablo remedy is inval-to niarry a wealthy merchant and she is A rrns unble now the mother of a numerous family CiinmiY Pectorai liijsucli h remedy her husband having had no suspicion of the antecedent events Gilbert was in-t kctH A combination of tha eluded in tho amnesty granted a few - st mcdiLinal l nrinci-months ago antl he returned tosattaBBBBBBBsaV Pies ami enrativo OHRRPYo x Jrttics of the finest other day only to bo arrest Hi tlrttgs It anfssBSBBBBBBBBBWT of attempted homicide clicmically united of such ever that tne mm wiu not oe oroirc power as to insure an issue the public prosecutor being of r ImlwtV tlm ortrit nruMi opinion that tbe proceedings cannot bo Tirfll ulo efllciencv5and of camett oil muiuiu puiuun iuiu uio wiir TVPTrTM uniformitystrikes re at rCVlUKaL8iits It ness lxx tho lady whom Gilbert attemptÂ¬ tlio foundation Wall nuhudnary diseases ed to kill To do this would bo to blast alTordiDg prompt relief find rapid cures her character and perhaps to bring about and lsadaptedftorpaticnWof any ago or her separation from her husband and so cither sex Being very nalatanle tlio has authorized tEo the Minister of Justice in iroat public prosecutor to desist from further Clertrvmskns proceedings Soro Tliroat Asthma Crqitp and Catarrh lhe effects of AYrns CiiEnnY Pkctouaj aro magieal and multitudes Trarelhig and Nerves 1 aro annually preserved from seriousill It is proved conclusively that railway ness by its timeTy unilXiitliful use It should bo kept nt liajid in ovcry house- Â¬ injurious to tho nervous traveling is very hold for the protecton it aifords in sud- Â¬ system Theheartatfirst becomes xcited den attaeKa In Whbqplnp coitKhand and beats more rapidly than it otherwise ConsitniptfonUln ro is no other remedy would n condition which soon leads ton so cfilfj vcfous sqgthing and bolhf ul little confusion in tho brain and some-Â¬ Low priecsf aro jtulticcmonts to try somo oftlld inaliV lillxtures or sympM times to a sensation of fullness and gid- Â¬ niado of heap and ineffective ingredidiness with singing sounds and noises in ents now oTferetP which wsthcy con- Â¬ the ear apart and distinct from those tain no enrattvo Wiajitjes can afford which are produced in tho station itself only temporary relief and aro suro to very nervous persons theso unpleasant disappoint tbn patictit Diseases of the In slight feeling of throat and lungs demand nctiVo and signs are followed by a effectho treatpit nt and it is dangerous nausea but as a rule all the signs pass experimenting with unknown and cheap away when tho scat iu tlio carriage is se- Â¬ ntedicjnc from thp great liability that cured and the train starts on its way In these diseases niny while po rifled with feeble persons and especially in thoso bepolna tjcoplj seated or IneuraTalc Use suffering from feebleness of tho who are Anns iiexkvC TaosAkand yon heart the effects of tiie temporary dis l Uiavfanfijently expect tha best results It is of acknowledged curative nower turoauco arc not so siignu in theso nifrt it as tdicapaa its preluP preparation persons the overaction to which the heart and fine Ingredients Svill allow Emi has len subjected leads to weariness nent phVBieians knowing its composi and failuro of that central organ and tion preseabe it Thei test of half a rmittirv haa rtrovnn Its rertnintr to euro therewith to a feeling of fdligue and complaints not Already weariness which extends throughout tlta Lall ppluwnary ueyonu tno reacn ouitnauguu entire body and which is commonly at- Â¬ tributed for somo hours after the journey CO PREPARED BYbRU XYER is oer to the fatiguing influence of mere Pra9ftcaajd3palytlcal Chemists traveling by rail towelliMais Sloight of hand Refusing a mar eoESDVAX Taa ocisTszvtnvnnRx riaga proposal Ct UOIojIBEx bold by -- s 1 Posters I r a i vfu a s i i f tlMjt iriK tV9kit lt i Envelopess -- 3 rj n v n fc Blanks3 lrxHfOT Etc Etc WE DUPLICATE Vlwai Within the last few yrnrs there has been expended a great deal of inventive thought and genins upon what mny prop- Â¬ erly be classed as household articles the most noted results of which are the pro- Â¬ duction of the setting machine the wring- Â¬ er tbe washing machine- - the carpet o sweeper Almost every week w chronicle theadtentof some new inven- Â¬ tion by which the cares and labors of housekeepers are lessened and womans work made easier The newest thing lo challenge our at- Â¬ tention and gladden the heart of th housekeeper is what is called the Novel ty Brush Holder Carpet Stretcher ants Sweeper a very simple contrivance de Â¬ signed ia firmly hold In positron any kind ef a brush or duster having an exten- Â¬ sion handle that enables one to wash or dust windows walls or ceilings without Ih aid of a step ladder That is one of its conveniences and IE is also one of he best carpet sweepers in tbe market held-in- gtbe brush firmly at an angle cleans the carpet thoroughly raises no dust and dos not wear the carpet like the ordinary broom or brush and will As a han Â¬ outwear a half doien brooms dle for the scrubbing brush it is the best device ever made no more kneeling on the floor no more back aches or eor fingers As a carpet sire teller it is worth ils oost as a carpeof any sixe can be laid evenly without any of tbe labor and vexation usually attending such work It is strong simple thoroughly made cannot get out of order has no screws lever or binges is compact cheap and durable Co It ia manufactured by Brown Cincinnati the well known manufactur- Â¬ ers of useful household articles and is sold enly by their agents to housekeepers The real utility of this article will at eneo be seen by thoso most interested and we predict for it a large ale Every housekeeper in the land will want one Any reliable lady or gentleman wish Â¬ ing remunerative employment would do well to ecure the agency for this county which can be done by enclosing a Btamp for descriptive cjrcoljx and- - terms to BROWN CO O Tf 1IC TJSE ARnCLFA L Grand Hotel Building Cincinnati Â¬ AI Louisville or Nashville Prices - STANLEYIN AFRICA Written chiefly by himself Th latest nd best and only authentic and satis- Â¬ factory ow pricid volume published BEATS THE WORLD TO SELL Has over 600 large octavo pages 60 illustrations Price J250 ANDQUARANTEETHE PRINT TO BE JUST AS OOOD 0 J L rrtto t i -- i V j eiJ j -- Ti iaai 4K j 9 AGENTS SSKS-Xat terms Address once H S GOODSPEED - dlS 6m New York or Cincinnati k CO REMEMBER THAT YOUR THE SUN I89 ICEfV YORK 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