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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - JUS- - Wi--s- f t -- ji THE HICKMAN COURIER riOlLJSllED EVKBY FRIDAT BY C3KORGE EI CRN A If OirrKK WARREK KENTUCKY I xlJZi HICKMAN COURIER ESTABLISHED 1859 mmii ta - OHBW TiBC I I Tbe End of too World Tho foUpwing dismal picture of tJio end of the world 19 by the noted Prencli scientist Camille Flammarion Tho earth was bora she will die 8he will die eitlior of old age whenher vital elements shidl havo been used ap oy thnmgb tho extinction of the sun to whose rays her lifo is sTwuemled Sbo might also die by accident through col liaion with Bomo celestial body meeting her on her route but this ond ol the world is the most improbable of alL She Sr y Cteergla Jlelnxc Bailding Clinton 8lrcet Wettern Kentucky HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY AUGUST fl Educational Department THE BEXDEUS Identification ef the Two nt Fremont bune says visited in A 13 1880 VOL XYpTO 46 Ky ocrat3 von the pfj banner offer- Georgia Ithe State giv ed by Texas in 1870 tic majority ing the largest Derat 0000 majori She proposed to roll ty for Hancock ancLj iglisb in No- Kentuckians vemoer jjeis osst ay from her and take the banoei the Oldett Nactpaperin Warren Editor Price of Subscription 2 CJeergc FRIDAY i An Ordinance Policeman euro far Hydrophobia i Albany Argus Pausing Smiles A Philadelphia girl who pads her bathing suit says it is the uafest and surest way to reform A great number of rheumatic people who object to the round dance like to be around when it is danoed Beecber professes to honor the man who slops over He says if a man has a big bucket and only a pint of water he wont spill it An Illinois lady writes that the mis sion of a widow in this life is to tell her casual male acquaintances how ele gant afl other men aro Eli Perkins understands something about tbe distillation of wood ashes but he says it is impossible to try to get a lie out of whole cloth When the trunks of a society belle are driven into Saratoga tbe ancient inhabitants think that a lot of circu wagons are entering the village A lady being asked how old she was I was married at eighteen replied my hnsband was then thirty Novrhe is twice as old Im thirty six A small boy boasting of his fathers accomplishments said My father can do almost anything hes a notary public and hes an apothecary and oan mend teeth and be is a doctor and can mend wugons and things and can play the fiddle hes a jackass at all trades Do you see that spring over thore said a settler in Arkansas to a stranger Well thats an iron spring that is and it is so mighty powerful that the farmers horses about hero who drink the water of it never have to be shod The shoes jast grow on their feet nat rally Bub did you ever stop to think said a grocer recently as he measured out half a peck of potatoes that no tatoes contain sugar water and staroh Noa I didnt replied the boy but I heard mother say you put peas and beans in your coffee and about a pint of water in every quart of milk you sold lhe subject or natural phil- Â¬ osophy was dropped right there Lets Beat Clinton AUG 13 1880 UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT President It B Hayes Vice President Wm A Wheeler Secretary of Stale Wo A Etarls Secretary Treasury John Sherman 3ecretary of War Qen Ramsey Secretary Navy Thompson Secretary Interior Carl Chart Postmaster General David M Key Attorney General Charles Devens Ifc I LV Be it cnaeltd by the City Council or the City of lliehman Sec 1 That the mayor J IIJSAUNDERS Editor be directed to appoint a policeman as is authorised by sec 1 art 4 of the city I The first Normal School in the Unit charter and the compensation of said po Â¬ liceman is hereby fixed at 25 per cent cd States was opeued at Lexington upon all the fines imposcdnnd collected July 3 1S39 just 41 years ago from persons apprehended by him A good education is that which as Â¬ Sec 2 This ordinance to be in force sures to the body ell the beauty all from and after its passage the perfection of which it is capable An Ordinance Wharfage Plato t r fc STATE OFFICERS Governor Lake l Blackburn IX Governor J S Cnntrell Secretary of State S B Churchill Assist Bee of State Tlios G Harris State Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer James W Tate Attorney General P W Hardin Iteri ter Land Office Alnh Shelden el iBaMb IatrMcttoB iBtau PTliler llris PerterVTT JDricl A Ilargis Judges T 1 w Pryor Chief Justice Thomas Uines and COURT OF APPAELS Thos I Cofer Fa Ion County Court H C Bailey vdge held every 2d Monday in each nonth Fulton County Quarterly Court H C Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan- Â¬ uary April July and October XA018TKATES COURTS COURTS Esq Donatio 2d Saturday In March June- September and Decem ber Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in - 1st District Â¬ stagnant water or other mnlter spejling or substance deleterious to health shall It has seemed jo mo that the one not remain upon any vacant lot or lots grand error in our education is the and it shall be the duty of the health off- Â¬ mistaken idea about elementary train icer to have any such water matter or sub Â¬ Men go to college and utterly A New Untiling Gun stance removed frooi such lot on lots by ing same months From the London Times the owner or agent of the same and if break down because their early educa- Â¬ fith District Esq Boar 1st Wednesday such water substance or matter is not tion was not properly attended to We AH the most terrible and deadly la March June September and December removed after three days notice to the can better afford to have a wooden head weapons of war hitherto introrduced Esq Collins Srd Wednesday in same owner or agent of said lot or lots then the months health officer may have the same done at over a college than over a primary appear to have been thrown in the Cth District Esq Jones 4th Wednes Â¬ the expense of said owner or agent and fohool Prcsideot Robinson of Brown shade by an improved Gatling guu day In March June September and be the cost for removal or abatement shall Universitj which was exhibited recently by Dr Esq Tbos Dradshaw 2d Wed be assessed against such lot or lots and cember Gatling to a number of experts nesday in same months It is absurd to say as somo writers R the cost thereof be recovered by warrant do that what is being demanded from at the offices of Sir William Armstrong in the city court of Hickman and for his Go crrr officials This weapon is capable of services in abating or removing sneb the schools by sensible people is the Mayor H A Tyler water matter or substance the health arrangement ol curriculum higher than bring lOUU snots per minute and kill officer shall be allowed three dollars per City Judge George Warren that now in us It is really the re ing a man or aa borse at a mile range City Attorney It T Tyler day to be taxed in the cost of abating or The gun has oompact appearance City Clerk R E Millet removal by the city court of Hickman and verse what is wanted is a simpler more compact courso of studies imparted in can be taken to piece and easily car City Treasurer T P Fortune c recovered as the cost of removal 4 The health office- - shall have authori Â¬ a more intelligent vivid and inspiring ried abeut can be applied to military Conncilsea T M French A A Far it C L Handle W B Plummer ty to order the removal abatoment and way than that in operation at present or naval use and the meohanism of it YT T Buokner II S Campbell prevention of any and every sanitary There aro already too many studies is simplicity itself The revolving bar City Marshal Jas A Warner nuisance in the city of Hickman and spec- Â¬ andjltoo advanced ones in the scbool rel has ten compartments into which Wbarfoaaster Wm Young ify a reasonable time within which it shall Fewer studies and better as tbey whirl round cartridges drop be done and intbe event of the failure of courses Marketmaster Jas A Warner City Tax Collector Sam Land rum Jr the owner agent or occupant of the prem- Â¬ leachlos are what are beginning to be from a tall oblong case fixed over the At eaoh turn of ises to comply with the order of the health recognized as the practical require- Â¬ center of the barrel Sexto- n- Peter George DIst Scbool Trustees W L McCulcli officer to so remove abate oryprevent any ment of the school world the handle tea sboti are fired and N Y en Jbo W Cowgill Jas A Warner sanitary nuisance within tJn timo given their dispersion is accomplished by a he or she shall oc liable- io a fine in the Tribsne sliding apparatus COUNT city court of Hickman of not less thanten OFEICERS LKSSDN II nor more thaw tyenty dollars to be- re- County Judge IL U Bailey coverea oy war rant lancn out oy said Woll children do you The Exact CennHft Taker County Clerk Jno AjWilson Teacher health officerln the cityT court of Hick- - rewerajACKwaa--i3eThe most precise ajad thorough ceo Sheriff BRWjlkerd abrryes -j- anTunWtr-aId-wBTr4ht3 -- 7t M Frahch t sus enuraeratorwiniinkbave he J asen out tire ueatvu onicer snail -Assessor Jas Busha rJBTioinr cWEp in TB Uhilden per cent of what la recovered fialkeTatt Plowed 2 D Kingman County Attorney---era Nevada and he had a livtly wu hair andoMectea in sucb case Tilnn 9mV TIAmaBAM i o iiwi Elan iuuiuwiBvUi It shall not be lawful for any person Very well To day wo will As an illustration he called at an T MisterCommissioner J A Wjktj o suffer or permit bdj decayed vegetable talk about the eyes County Surveyor Robert Maeziel Prints the word old prospectors cabin the other morn- Â¬ or animal matter slop trash dirt or Coroner stagnant water to be and remain upon upon the board points to it and makes ing and taking out his big blank book Circuit Juilce W WiBJrfrtson Now proceeded to put the minor through their lot or premises in the city of Hick- Â¬ them repeat it several timesJ R- - A Neal Commonwealths AtHJKy man and it Bhall be the duty of the health can you tell me what your eyes aro the eutire category of questions about officer after two days notice if such is not good for as follows removed or abated to have warrant issued What street do you live on C Good to see with from the city court of Hickman against Dont live on no street I live in T Very good Can you think of the persons owning or occupying said lot or premises and upon conviction of a anything else they are good for When the rocks BLCT XE8nfTIVB XEWalMFEK OF THE 803TH Whats the number of your house violation of this ordinance such person a boy is angry do his eyes look just as shall be fined by said city court not less they do when he is pleased and good ask the interrogator still adhering to ApOXi PAPER FOR ALL SECTION than ten nor more than twenty dollars the text of bis blank form natured C It shall not be lawful for any per- Â¬ The number of my cabin quizzed C No sir VTIJI be aenUone year postage free r son to permit any kind of dirt or filth to When a little girl cries do her the miner T its No- - 1 I reckon accumulate be and remain upon their TKO DOLLARS which amount will i Whats your name dude a handserae prinium in thesha c premises in their privys stables cellars eyes look just as they do when she Bill Lamar of a book or a knife or various articles or oat houses or upon their lots and if smiles of use and beauty as may be selected any person violates this ordinance they G Aro you whito black mulatto In No sir from our printed lists A sample copy of shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor Well then our eyes are good dian or Chinese T the Weekly Courier Journal and a circu Â¬ more than twenty dollars to bo recovered said Bill slightly What neow When a little by warrant in the city court of Hickman to show our feelings lar containing the fall list of premiums I dont know what 7 Be it further ordained that all vaults boy feels happy 1 oan sea it in his ruffled and rising will be sent on application Tie Cocuikr Joubn ti is a combination or pits now in use or heretofore used as eyes Wheu he is in trouble I can see you are driving at stranger but I want made in 18G8 of three old Louisville pa privies be thoroughly cleaned out and it in his eyes too Whether he is kind you to understand that round this pers vix theJournal established in 1830 then filled to the level of the earth with and pleasant or sour and surly it all camp I bears tho rcpertation of bein the Courier in 1843 and the Democrat in good clean dry dirt or clay on or before 1844 Its reputation Is national as well the 15th day of March 1S80 and upon a shines out from his eyes Now what white Are you male or femalo solemily as its circulation and it is pronounced failure to do the occupant or owner of the od you call these little shutters that ne of tbo ablest and best arranged pa Â¬ premises upon which said sink or pit may close your eyes when you sleep and inquired the questioner pers Is the world its matter being espe be found shall each be fined in a sum of open wheu vou wake Me me shouted Bill taking a cially adapted to the Merchant the Far not less than ten nor more than twenty Mop nearer his visitor and otarting to C Eyelids dollars and each day after the 15th day of Bier and the Family Circle Me Im a man Well think now what your roll up his sleeves T Choice from standard books of the times March next shall be considered a separate a choice selection of the leading mag offense said fines te be recovered by war eyelids are good for George supposa every inch of mc ead Still pursuing his duty the govern asines or illustrated periodicals of the rant in the city court ysu had no eyelids at all and you were 8 The health officer is authorized to obliged to sleep with your eyes wide ment agent continue day furnished in combination with the Weekly for a mere pittance in additiou to have all pits and sinks used as privies Aro you sick or temporarily dis yucu muuiu tsuv U0im uuuiu ui ji the price of the Courier Journal alone cleaned out and filled up as above tlirect- George 1 eS Bin things WOUld get abled During the remainder of 1879 and d nnd Ih inM thuranf ineludinr Siok disabled roarod Bill as he three dollars for his services for super into my eyes and hurt them through 1880 the Weekly Courier-Journwithout premiums will be sent to intending the cleaning and filling of such j T Yes indeed and when you danced wijdly beforo the young man el nil of five or more persons at 1 50 pit or sink to be taxed against the owner wero awake the dust and snow and with tbebig book You darned fool each and for every el b of five the club nCthTeryhing that is floating in the air no raiser will be entitled to a copy sent to Blind name of the city and the premises upon would be driven into your eyes and any address free for a year Not much hissed the miner with So you Daily Courier Journal 512 a year post which the pit or sink is found shall be J they would soon bo spoiled ege free Sunday Courier Journal S2 a subject to the payment of the same see the eyelids are good to keep the eyes flashing 8 These ordinances to be in force from eyes safe from harm year postage free Idiotic What are the No travelling agents are employed by and after their passaze Wild with rage and glaring like a eye lids good for the Courier Journal Company but a lib O To keep the eyes safe from all madman at this question Bill shook eral eaah commission or handsome prem his fist under the agents nose just as iums will be given to persona known to The Cheapest Newspaper in harm Yes and those fringes of hair the latter looked up and innocontly T the community they reside In who will as local agenle Any one who de- the Sonth ghjll ou have on tho edge of your eye followed up his question with IrenR act and to assist in extending the Insane crippled bedridden ids what are they called circulation of a paper that cannot be but This was too much Bills fist came C Eye lashes to any community in which it beneficial Well eyelashes help to keep down on the census takeis unfortunate T upon ap will atT be eenerally readwith an agents the dust out of vour eves too Now head like a rook hammer while at the plicatieB be supplied NASHVILLE ieli me what is the shape of your eyei- same time his No 14 brogans sought eatnt free or cnarge For specimen copies circulars etc such a leverage under the poor fellows O Round like a ball address ONE DOLLAR FOR A YEAR T Let us next see whether your coat tails as lifted him dear out doors W N HALDEMAN eyes aro set in the best place for seeing book and all President Courier Journal Co The amazed enumerator gave one The next Presidential election will de- things Louisville Ky Look at Thomas eyes and tell termine questions of vital importance to me what part of bib face tbey are in glaoce back at the advancing form of Upon its S12 a day at home easily every citizen of the Union ijfOAWEKK You see that they are placed just un the most dangerous looking human made Costly outfit free Address results will depend the perpetuity of our All dsr his forehead and one on each side being bis eyes bad rested on and start republican form of government apl30 Tecs Co Augusta Maine You see each eyo is set ed for a gulch a hundred yards away these questions will be thoroughly dis- of his nose Wi have a speedy and positive Cure for cussed in the present session of Con- in a Urge hole and can turn every way where he rubbed down his bruises and Catarrh Dintheria Canker Month and gress It is our desire and our purpose to lock at things Now if anybody seating himself on a rock opened his Headache in SIIILOHS CATARRH REM so far as we can contribute to that end on this part of great book and after the name of Bill EDIT A nasal iniector free with each that every citizen shall be fully informed should strike Thomas piaoes a ruie Lamar wrote the words you desire health and upon all these questions of such vast mo- his face with a duo Use it if bottle Maimed crippled or otherwise dissweet breath Price 50cls Sold by Buck ment Is our national government to be across his eyes would he hit bis eyes abled Cowgill Hickman Ky henceforth an imperial despotism Is or his nose and forehead the bayonet to rule the ballot Are No C Hit his nose and forehead A STJiAXGE PEOPLE the rights of the States expressly reInsane Si you see the bones of the T te yield to Do you know that there are strange served in the Constitution Ycbl Shall arrogant nose and forehead stand out beyond community we say strange centralized dictation people in our to suffer and and imperious party leaders under the the eyes and keep them from hurt by because they seem to prefer Gen Hancock who was invited to pass their days miserably made so by cry of Liberty rob the citizens of liberty a blow How many things have I Dispepsia and Liver Complaint Indiges- Shall Mammon be the only deity who said keep the eyes from harm attend tbe St Louis Fair in October tion Constipation and General Debility shall be acknowledged as having divine has replied that he will not be able to C Four Shall laber be deprived of its when BHILOHB VITAL1ZER is guaran Â¬ rights leave his post of duty Having failed What are they Cow- Â¬ just rewards T In order to bring it within to cure theni Sold by Buck teed Kyoltds eyelashes noso and to obtain this first class attraction the the means of every man mechanic farKy C gill Hickman mer and laborer in all vocations even in forehead Fair Association will be satisfied with to inform himself what Five Hundred Tbounaud Strong these hard times A letter of iuvitation was will readily perceive that tbo Garfield You In the past few months there has been political parties are proposing we have ahnvB Ipssou keeps the ohildron think- - addressed to that gontleman inviting more than 500000 bottles of Sbilohs Cure reduced the terms of the Weekly Ameri sold Out of the vast number of people can to ONE DOLLAR a year For six in The old alphabet method of him to accept tbo honor which Gen who have used it more than 2000 cases months 75 cents Three months 40 cents teaching children to spelt ana reau Hancock was obliged regretfully to All The real value of the paper will not be of Consumption have bee a cured buiie3 all thought and introduces the decline Coughs Croup Asthma and Broncbilis decreased with reduction of price but tho tread mill routine ma yield at once hence it is that everybody will be vastly increased in proportion to child to General Butler will if he runs for chine work bo common in our schools To those who have price peaks in its praise system keeps the mind Congress in the Seventh Massachusetts a Velchcr Mr not used it let us say if you have Address THE AMERICAN Cough or your child the Croup and you Nashville Tcnn active md gives it no time or oppor Â¬ district this fall be known as the Invalue life dont fail to use it For lame tunity to fall into the old time ruts dependent Labor Greenback Reform Back Side or Chest use Shilohs Porous S66 a rCE n 7ur own town Terms and and chafaocls of the past Wc regard Democratic candidate That ought to 55 outfit free Address H Haliett Plaster Sold by your Druggist For sale swamp hint this as an excellent work Co Portland Maine Cowgill Hickman Ky oi130 by lluck 3 That Â¬ Â¬ Esq Goar 3rd Saturday in isrcli June September and December same months 21 Miles 4th Monday in3rd Monday 3rd District Esq Reed in March Jane September and December Esq Mayes 4th Saturday in same months 4th District Esq Dickinson 1st Mon Â¬ day la March June September and De Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in cember toe months 2d District age tax upon all steamboats landing with hook entitled Around the World with in the corporate limits shall be 20 per iUeneral Grant cent upon the amount of their freight The compulsory education law in bills where they do not exceed ten dollars and two dollars and fifty cents where j Massachusetts has increased the aver their freight bills aggregate ten dollars age attendance upon the public schools or over All wnartaee collected less 430 pecent in the past three years commission for collecting to be set apart A Boston school committee is about as a wharfage fund tu be expeuded only in constructing an keeping in repair a to formally discuss the matter of cor good substantial wharf poral punishment in the public schools Sec 2 The owner or captain of any and to consider what means canbe1 steamboat failing or refusing to pay said tax shall be fined doublq the amount of adopted to remedy tha extSnrig eviU special iiwtrjlcjtjBrQihygieUQ fsrth tar due to be recovered bv warrant in u i- - lo uu appotuieu- xBeicnwcuurertiiteCBintvdfiA v U u UE JLUI3 BUb IU UlK 6UC St Louis has fifty two public kin force from and after its passage dergarteu schools besides the morning ami afternoon schools The number Health Ordinance of- paid teachers in the kindergartens Be it ordained by the City Council of Ilick is 150 and of teaching pupils 47 man 1st That John W Cole is hereby ap- Â¬ pointed health officer in and for the city Last quarter the average number of of Hickman for the ensuing twelve months pupils was 4503 total number in the removable however at the option of the kindergartens or ten weeks 5838 City Council A reformed orthography is to be in 2 That it shall be the duty of said health officer te watch over the sanitary condi Â¬ troduced in all the Prussian schools tion of the city and to carefully guard All new school books will hereafter be against all cause of disease to use all priuted with the refotmed spellinc and known measures to prevent the introduc- Â¬ no educational works with the old pel tion and spreading of contageous or in- Â¬ fectious diseases and to perform such Hog will be used in schools after the The gov other duties as the City Council may from lapse of a certain interval time to time determine necessary to pro ernments of Austria Bavaria and Vur mote the health of the inhabitants of the teuiberg have also adopted the new - Be it enacted by the City Council of the City Hickman Sec 1 That hereafter the wharfÂ¬ IReportsays that Jas Russell Young jjas madr300Q0 from his excellent city An Omaha Neb special to the Tri To day Mrs Bender was jail at Fremont by in Oma ha reporter to whom aho said the first murder ever committed by she and her husband was to Illinois on their farm near Jacksonville The vjotitn asked for lodging and supper and in paying for the same in advance exhibited con siderable money Wbilo eating sup per Bender cut his head in two from behind and he was dumped into the cellar through a trapdoor arranged by bender who got the money The corpse was buried next morning back of the bouse A few weeks alter this they went toTowa remaining eigh months andjnen went to Indiana Itv ing- on the inurdered mans money Then Key went to Kansas whore Ben dcV s children by his first wife John jTnd Kate wero living together with a cousin Maggie They kept a resort for traveler and called it Benders Bote Tbey had committed no mur- Â¬ ders prior to the old oiks arrival but in the course of time old Bender or ranged the trap door and theu the murdering operations began Kate at one time had a man in bed with her and she cut his throat and slept till morning beside the oorpso His money was divided She never injured horse thieves and cut throats wbo oatuo to the house but entertained them well with her cousin Maggie No murders wero committed by the family after they fled from Kansas Old Bender has confessed believing the old woman has escaped His story tallies with bis He relates the history wifes exactly of the family and their crimes The sheriff from Kansas is now probably at Lincoln obtaining a requisition from the Governor and will be at Fremont toimorrow Â¬ Â¬ - A Simple Weed hat Grows by the Waytide Uistory of the Cure A lady hawed a reporter the other day a slip ofjpaper asking him if he would not publish it for the benefit of the public Utwas found to be a sim pe but effective cure for that dog day terror hydrophobia The cure which experience has proved to be infallible is nothing more than tbo root of a common Teed kno wn as elecambane steeped in milk Elecambane grows in great profusion along many country roads in this and Rensselaer counties It has powerful medical qualities and milk is well known to be a speoifio for many poisons The manner of admin Â¬ istering tbe antidote will be learned by a perusuaUofthe following history of this simple and wonderful cure In Chester county Pa lived a Ger man named Joseph Emery who used to be sent jffarand wide when any body iindajjjtten by a rabid ani maliJRuuKoTrirTprrivtit carrying something understood to be a root which he himself dug in the woods He milked a pint qf milk fresh from the cows put theroot into it boiled it gave it to the patient fasting made him fast otter taking it gave a second and third dose on alternate days and never failed in affecting a euro In some way his secret transpired and the root was known to be elecambane The Mory current in the country was that an old German made the discovery in tbe days of Penn and applied to the Pensylvania Legislature for a grant of 8300 for making bis secret public His offer was treated with oontempt and ha resolved that his secret should die nitl hiro but a drunken son knew it wrote out the recipe making a num- Â¬ ber of copies and tried to sell tbem at 1 apiece Ho only succeeded in sell ing two one of these to the man wbo made snch effective use of it So well did he establish tho local reputatiou of his specific that in bis neighborhood folks were not afraid of mad dogs mis man never lauea to cure or pre veut hydrophobia In one case the spasms had begun before the first dose was given and the patient recovered While the evils of tbe late election are yet in sight it is a good time to take a survey of them and consider a means of preventing tbem ferbaps our society is not now afflicted with a greater evil than the debauohery of elections It is productive of harm in manylways 11 encourages and pro motes idlccosspnd drunkenness with a long train of attendant evils In a word oar eleotions especially about the cities and towns are disgraceful and demoralizing They endanger the peace an6jeopardize life They oome double overyiWo years and get no bet- Â¬ ter Caa nc ihe evils be remedied Athinking people would r kBVB sjMLflQu aettc ct a remedy -- J About Elections - - Jl - - Itrim sdtaMWKSCf Sffeelinc l inimul J It ti Haugy wnOfrwor fm - j icticeS so Ge tainiy law and order sobriety love of peace and uprightness and power here would seem Courier Journal WLT -- Â¬ Tbe Monroe N C Exptess says that about ten years ago Miss Marga rctt Ann Stanton started one day to visit a neighbor and was not beard of for forty ono days during which time she subsisted on the twigs of bushes When found she was lying near the root of a tree which had blown down and was able to get water which had lodged in theexcavalionand all around her in reaching distance the twigs had been chewed up and then spit out There was unmistakable evidence that she had had a severe attack of typhoid fever but was now convalescent and Miss Stan- Â¬ able to be removed home ton survived this remarkable episode in her life for several years a living witness and a standing monument to the fact that a person can live for for- Â¬ ty days without nourishment Aug 6 Gen Wm 0 Butler died at Carrollton this morn- Â¬ ing at 5 oclock aged 89 years He was an officer in the regular army of 1812 and was present at the battle of New Orleans For a number of years he was in Congress He was command er in chief of our army in Mexico was a candidate for Vice President on the ticket with Gen Lewis Cass and rep- Â¬ resented Kentucky in the Washington Peace Convention at the beginning of the war For some years he has lived in retirement at bis home in Carrollton Forty one Days Starvation Â¬ Death of Gen Wm Louisville O Butler Â¬ Â¬ I rrXnrdy Crosslands majority over Robert Â¬ son was Â¬ 1569 Thomas majority over Reed 1169 ovarJiaaliLOSO With the Bed Halrl requires great coolness and exper Â¬ It ience to steer a courso down tho rapids of the Sault Ste Marie says a Canadian paper and a short time before our db vol two Americans had ventured to deÂ¬ scend them without boatmen and wero consequently upset As tho story was reported to us ono of them owed his As salvation to a singular coincidence the accident took place immediately opposite tho town many of tho inhabitants wero attracted to tho bank of tho river to watch the struggles of the unfortunate men thinking anf attempt at a rescue would bo hopeless Suddenly however a person appeared rushing toward tho Savo group frantic with excitement the man with the red hair ho vehe Â¬ mently shouted and Uie exertions which wero made in consequence of his earnest appeals were successful and the red haired individual in an exhausted con- Â¬ dition wus safely landed He owes me 818 said his rescuer drawing a long breath and looking approvingly on his asHistants The mans friend had not a creditor at the Sault and in default of a competing claim was allowed to pay his debt of nature And Til tell you what it is strnnger said tho narra- Â¬ tor of the foregoing incident complaca ently drawing a moral therefrom maull nover know how necessary ho is to society if he dont niako his lifo valuable to his frionds as well as to himself Â¬ red-hau-e- Weekly American SaioioSan - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The statement comes from the national bureau of statistics that both our exports and imports have been larger this year than any previous year in our history but that tho exports aro larger than imports We aro still soils ing more than wc buy Â¬ Â¬ may we repeat die a natural death through tho slow absorption of her vital elements In fact it is probable that the air and water ore diminishing The ocean liko the atmosphere appears to havo been formerly much more consider Â¬ able than it is in ouir day The terresÂ¬ trial crnst is penetrated by waters which combine chemically with the rocka It We can do it is almost certain that the temperature of the interior of the glole reached that of igether Reform It boiling water at the depMi of about six Somerest Kyj Importer miles and prevents the voter from deÂ¬ ir our people scending any lower but the absorption We are pleased fa expressing disgust a is vulgar jokes will continue with the calling of the litical speakers globe The oxygen nitrogen and car Â¬ indulged in by my It has grown to be eomaaon that bonic acid which compose our atmosÂ¬Â¬ at at a political phere also appear to undergo absorp a lady dare not be pr The thinker may for iffie nnon a nens tion but slower is a meeting and it rV see through the mist of ages yet to come 3 If pie that politicians a auonea to ae- - tho epoch yet afar off in which the scena so low earth deprived of the atmospheric aqueous vapor which protects her from Elaiiceck attlBBgllSH the glacial cold of space by preserving NewaJijHiul the solar rays aronnd her will become We observe thfatafeeat is qoa of chilled in the sleep of death As Henri From the summit of the our oontemporarKSVfct Gen Hicock Tivarel says recently returoaf IrSwa visit tdGrey mountains a winding sheet of snow will descend upon the high plateaus and tho A fvSA stone This--- a cociJJH twtijWH vaueys onvuig r oeiore 11 me ana arai- th citiia-- Hancock may derive True greatest ad and nations that it meets on its passage vantage from frequent visits to the Life and human activity will press toward the inter tropical zone sage of Greystone Mr Tildens opin- Â¬ ions and advice will be of greater ad St leteraburg Berlin London Paris Vienna Constantinople and Bomo wfll vantage to bim in this campaign and xull asleep in under their eter Â¬ during his administration if he is elect- nal shroud successionvery many ages During ed than barrels of money equatorial humanity will nndcrtaio Arctic There is no truer American no deep expeditions to find again under the ico er thinker uo more profund political the place of Paris Lyons Bordeaux and philosopher no moro learned and cul Marseilles The sea coasts will have tivated statesman tio more sincere pa changed and the geographical map of the earth will have been transformed triot living than Samuel J Tilden No one will live and breathe anymore exÂ¬ cept in the equatorial zone up to the day Features of a Presidential when the last family nearly dead with Canvasn cold and hunger will sit on the shore of New York Herald the last sea in the rays of tho sun which That moment when a man is nomi will thereafter shine here below on an nated for President the writers begin ambulent tomb revolving aimlessly to discuss the qualities of his wife as around a useless light and a barren heat they would criticise an animal at a A Hindoo Juggler county fair 01 course much praise Tho automaton I shall nowdescribo is given to the lady bat it must be a matter of ebagrin and humiliation for a is a huge carbuncle in form and appear-Â¬ date such on just like candidate to have the name of his wife ance one would an ordinary attempt to cat hmdle and any bandied about as if the way she without suspecting deception It was combs her hair or tbe number of her owned and exhibited by a Hindoo ven- Â¬ stockings that go into the Mondays triloquist who was also a juggler and the speaking wash should be mentioned as factors he called his carbuncle Whenevor he spoke to it tho in tbe canvass At the same time date camo promptly ana appropriately Rather According answer A pretty solid looking ohunck of a there are politicians ao weak that they aa it seemed from the very heart of tha colored man bought a water melon on encourago writers to speak of their date which lay on a table several feufc the market yesterday afternoon and wives as public characters whose from the exhibitor The politiIt was not alwayo however an obe-Â¬ betook himself to the stone yard oppo- Â¬ clothes are to be praised cian who is great and attractive enough dient servant for sometimos when tho site to devour it Seated on a big stone master gave an order the date argued be had cut the melon in two and was in himself does not require that the fine tho point making objections offering qualities of his wile his mother in law excuses and finally yielding as were about to begin active hostilities when it a bootblack came sulking ap and ask his servant girl or bis milkman should under protest bodiscussed It would complain that it was sleepy ed or tired of doing the same thing over Say cant yer sorter divide with a TUe Mean Work Already Be- - and over or the people wero not pay Â¬ poor boy gun ing attention But all this only enhanced Mo Sah Was the emphatic reply From tbe St Louis Republican the interest of the occasion abd when Cant yer give me one slioe con Â¬ The Associated Press which seems at last tho rebellious little thing conclud Â¬ tinued tbe lad after a pause to be controlled by the Republican ed to do as it was bidden the audienco was in ecstacies No sah I cant Jist see de size of politicians is evidently determined to A tree was mode to grow in our pres Â¬ dis mellyon an look at me Dar wont do all within its power fur the election ence putting forth its long pointed be a mouffull to spar an yoa neednt of Garfield by discriminating in favor leaves then the dainty blooms and finally bang round heah no longer But of this of the Republican party in transmitting a clump of luscious fruit Wont you even give me the seeds political news A an instance of this wo are not invited to partake for it dis Â¬ persisted the boy contemptible busiyss may be mention- appeared suddenly and only the sinalo little eplfloa brownr late wo had seen at lhe man laid down the half he jeajlaotUiaKa tw uays ago an ac- nr3sfcnuuned This wsSTot course UKltA r rr i Ettodmen ol lhe eliRhtsMumtL Si of aKepablica nrVsMtiuffin the town off trickj that Hindoo ing rfera know so I cant bout dat Itll be Titusville Pa when forty thou well how to perform while the apparent rather accordia to how fast I fill up sand Democrat dissembled in New Speaking of the date was the result of on de rest of ill York city on Wednesday night to in ventriloquism the juggler being- able to make his voice sound as if it had come augurate tbe campaign and were ads from where the date lav and so induced Eating crow dressed by President Tilden Speaker the audience to think thaSthe voice came The ohaff about eating crow a fish Randall Senator Jones and other men out of the fruit like carbuncle itself which is just now in great demand But after this the stone jumped walked of national prominence not a word of from a story in the old Knick- Â¬ springs the circumstance was sent over the ran and finally with head and wings erbocker Magazine more than a quar- Â¬ wires suddenly attached flew across the stage ter of a century ago and alighted between the conjurers join Â¬ ed hands This wo3 accomplished by It was the story of a summer board Â¬ Mens Age ing house keeper on the Hudson and Few men die of old age Almost means of machinery adroitly hidden be tween tho carbuncle and the golden of an indignant patron all die of disappointment passion tripod upon which it lay Curious and Whenever the latter ventured to sug mental or bodily toil or accident startling as were the movements they gest that the spring chicken was rath Passion kills men sometimes even sud- Â¬ were wonders of mechanism and of er tough or that the roast beef most denly The common expression chok Â¬ course had nothing to do with the super Â¬ have been cut from the cows hoofs he ed with passion has little exaggeration natural powers such as the ventriloquist Feoni an Indian was exactly told that be was entirely in it for even though not suddenly fa pretended to possess Letter too partiokorlcr and that the auto- Â¬ tal strong passions shorten life crat of the table and tbe house could Strong bodied men often die young Garrlci eat anything even a crow This set weak men live longer than the strong Garricks character was by no means tled the matter for the time being but for the strong uo their strength and perfect Many faults were laid to his the boarder convinced against bis will the weak have none to use The lat- Â¬ charge and among others was his fond Â¬ was of the same opinion still Murphy to whom at all ter take care of themselves the former ness of flattery events in regard to the quality of the do not As it is with the body so it Garrick had given loan upon loan of money accuses him of meanness This edibles placed before him So often is with the mind and temper charge however has been proved to bo was tho remark I kin eat anything The strong arc apt to break or like as unjust as it was ungraMuL On ono I kin eat crow brought down on bis the candle to run out tbe weak barn occasion Murphy was asked his opinion devoted bead that he finally resolved out Tbe inferior animals which live of Garrick He replied Off the stage to try the old man He went out guns in genera regular and temperate lives sir ho was a mean sneaking fellow but nin one day and succeeded in bag have generally their prescribed number on tho stage throwing up his hands Impossible to describe gin a very fine fat old crow He of years The horse lives tweutyfive and eyes went into the kitchen and by dint yeurs the ox fifteen or twenty the dog Mrs Clive was one night standing at thq scolding of soft words and filthy lucre induced ten or twelve the rabbit eight the wing alternately weeping and away in at Garricks achng and turning the cook to allow him to prepare that guinea pig six or seven years anger she exclaimed I believe ha crow for the table He boiled it nicely Once at a splen Â¬ These numbers all bear a similar could act a gridiron s they sud Â¬ and then it wasnt such a bad looking proportion to the time the animal takes did dinner party at Lord dish His heart misgave bim the flin Â¬ to grow its full size But man of the denly missed Garrick and could not im Â¬ ty old cuss would eat it after all animals is one that seldom comes up agine what had become of him until the window Tbe cook was a Scotch woman and used to this average He ought to live a they wero dmwn to laughter of a by the young convulsive shrieks of snuff He borrowed all she had and hundred years according to this phys- Â¬ negro boy who was rolling on the pound sprinkled it liberally over tbe crow iological law as five times twenty are in an ecstacy of delight to see Garrick gave it another simmer and then tak one hundred but instead of that he mimicking a turkey cock in the court- Â¬ ing it on a salver brought it beforo bis scarcely reaches on the average four yard with his coat tail stuck out behind host saying as he set it down Now times his growing period the cat six and in a Bcemlng flutter of feathered Ijear Garricks my dmr sir you have said a thousand times and the rabbit eight times this rage and pride In scena with Cordo Â¬ very stick acted The times if you havo said it once that standard measurement Tho reason is ba and the physician as Garrick played you can eat crow here is one very obvious man is not the most ir it was ineflablypathetic The anathema carefully cooked It is said the old regular and the most intemperate but in this play exceeded all imagination it man turned pale for a moment but the most laborious and hard working of electrified tho andience Avitk horror braced himself against tbe back of bis all animals and there is reason to be Tho words Kfll kill kill echoed tho he lieve though we cannot tell what an revenge and impotent rage of a frantio ohair and with I Lin eat crow King Chambers Journal began cutting a good mouthful He animal secretly feels that more than swallowed it and then preparing for a any othnr aoimal man cherishes wrath Slmpsonbnrgs Conundrum second onslaught ho looked his board- Â¬ to keep warm and consumes himself Simpsonburg is not noted for his activÂ¬ er straight in tbe eye while he ejacu- Â¬ with the firo of bis own secret ufleo ity quito the contrary At the dub tho lated Ive eaten crow and took his tions other evening he got up energy sufficient second portion He lifted his band Said he to propound a conundrum A Now Etymological Point Â¬ mechanically as if for a third onAfter Boys why am I like a torpedo slaught but dropped them quickly You will observe from this word having recovered from the shock pro Â¬ over the region of his stomach and pater said a schoolmaster to his pupil duced by Simpsonburg8 unwonted acÂ¬ rising hurriedly and unsteadily re Â¬ the great flexibility of the Latin lan Â¬ tivity the guesses flowed in quick suc Â¬ treated for the door muttering as he guage Pater is a father and here we cession Jones thought it was because a an uncle went But dang me if I hanker arter nave patruns on the and propatruns I torpedo is full of empty noise but that a great uncle father side Can was noi ngn Biuu cmaiKouuarg it you make any such change in our lan Â¬ Neither was Bobinson s guess that it guage Pater patruns propatruns was because a torpedo doesnt esy any Â¬ Gov Back urn denies through a father is thore any way yon can chancre thing when it speaks Smith tried to correspondent of the Courier Journal father into undo in English work out a pun on torpedo torpid oh I dont think of any replied young but failed miserably Everybody began that he defended Garfield in his speech hopeful unless you get bim to marry to look sick Then Brown tried Ho at Crab Orchard your aunt said it was because a torpedo was not Memphis has at present about twens good for anything The plenro pneumonia is spreading Simpsonburg shooktill its neck is twistedÂ¬ ty throe miles of eewers No com his head with some among tbe cattle in the State of Mary- thing like animation Ono of the boys plaints have been beard to their prop- Â¬ er working and the genera vordict is land It made its first appearance in said it was because it was a relief when and another ventured tho that the system iu vogue is a perfect the year 1870 and has never been ab- either went offundertone that it was a sent since An official vetorinary sur gness in an success geon reports to tbe governor of tbe blasted nuisance Finally- Sbmpsonbnrgj The betting in New York is all in State that three fourths of the dairies had to divulge he couldnt contamhuaf favor of Hancock Hancock men are in and around Baltimore have tbe dis Â¬ self longer He said it was because ho is yawned lan Â¬ a commission of 10 per cent eases in a more or less serious form full of snap The boys offering guidly every one of them acknowledged for the securing of opportunities to bet Statistics prepared by the Treasury to Simpsonburg that ho should never on their candidate Department show hat daring the fif have guessed it which pleased Simison Tho Federal Council of Germany teen years of peace 8S37 104823 of tho burg mightily has rejected tbe proposition to reintro- principal of the debt has been cancell What is seen is best understood duce silver currency in Germany and ed while the current annual interest io what is understood interests what in Â¬ the Government will it is reported charge is 570000000 less than at the terests is best remembered Illustra Â¬ adopt mean to expedite the melting up close of the war a record that is un tion is therefore the bai is of success of what remsius of the old silver coiu paralleled in the history of finance full teaching f Horace Mann h -- bIy Â¬ - -- -- - Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ L i 4 r - j5vTv Wffe 4g 53 -- is I The Hickmftn Coiaitrkya the New York General Joe Seigel fights midt Han Â¬ WASHINGTON LETTER TUG MEXICO SKXSITIOX Butlerjfor Governor of cock Massachusetts Is the New York Son re NEAR JORDAN STA FULTON CO KY tco Jlcmarbaltlc Belters Republicans The Inspiration of the firanrt published every triuat bv lated to the sou of York whose arrival Gen Grant is goiogto visit Mexico Arm ui Occupation The Fall Session will open Sept 6th invoice Epistolary Dynamite Mr oice had so mirkcd rn effect upon the We solicit your patronage and as Â¬ 1880 The St Louis Globe Democrat again Garfield Morally Oblique but a great weather Hoicling Green Intelligencer PHASICANZAND SURGEON - - KENTUCKY Man Way out in the fir West the grass- sure you that your money and childrens prints the following 3 AN HICK Dont believe we said it but if we Board time will not be spent in vain KENTUCKY HICKMAN A dispatch from Tctas to day an Â¬ hopper is booming again can be had in several families convenient Retail Dcnlor in From our Regular Correspondent OrncK Heinie RniMing Clinton Street did and you dont stop making such hia Professional Services to W NORTON Prin to the school R nounces preparations a raid ioto The Hancock colored club at Mont Â¬ flings youll God your glorious sums the citiiens of Hickman and vicinity Wasiiixoton August 10 1880 W II NORTON Asst jugG 4t Mexico from this side of the lino The gomery Alabama numbers 650 7he Oldest Nnapapcr in Western Kentucky It is not too much to say that the War department as yet has received raer made a winter of discontent by a C HUGHLETTS WILSON A full vote a free ballot and a fair 180 pound son in thotshape of a fight Â¬ appearance of General Hancocks letter no notification of such a movement N George Ijuav Keeps in slock at all times fresh and count Hancock to Sherman De- Â¬ of acceptance followed by the publi I Tley wouldnt have to go very far ing editor choice Groceries Provisions Canned and cember 29 1S76 HICKMAN KY Office over Holcorabcs drng store Res Â¬ however to get an it c 2 Padbcah tho metropolis of the district cation of his remarkable letter to Gen gentleman who hasinkling inof the for a A hen partridge at Clinton has cap- Â¬ HAVING permanently located in Hick Â¬ Fresh Fruts sale Country Produce bought idence Moulton St near Court House been city and kept for nov7 will practice in all the Courts that once proudly called itself the Gibral eral Sherman has produced a feeling some weeks is interested in the matter tured two young chickens and acts a of the first Judicial District AUG 13 1880 tcr of Democracy has been captured by of depression almost of despair among The combination is a complicated one natural mother to them FRIDAY M D T The collection of claims and investiga Â¬ the Republicans and the district is rep the thousands of office holders hero and as usual some miningcorporaticos tion of real estate titles made a specialty resented in Congress hy an Independent There is a HancOck clnb in Phila PROFESSIONAL SER who dictates to the Democratic iarty the whese bread and buttr depend upon and railroad then are interested on delphia one roR pbesuikst OFFERS to niS citizens f Hickman anil the hundred strong composed l EEPS all kinds of staple and fancy vicinity terms upon which he will accept a nomi- Â¬ his dofeat WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK Republicans had begun to either side The scheme is for nothing entirely of Republicans nation at its hands Jackson seems not less than to set up an independent Office Corner room in Laclede Houie FTUJE NICEST 1cnnsylvania of to have known what he was about when recover from the shock of what all adA man in Philadelphia has had a rachl4 Government in Northwestern Mexico he made the purchase Doicling Green mitted was a singularly strong and wise and Confectioneries Will be pleased to taking in Sonora Chihuahua and Si case of genuine delirium tremens pro CONFECTIONERIES ior tice fremhent intelligencer see his old customers and will both suit CANDIES FRUITS Y The people of the States are duced by excessive smoking H ENGLISH The convention Democrats have the nomination Their splendid orgauiza naloa them in price and quality Call and see CANNED FRUITS of Indiana tion if not proof against defeat was so far from trie onpital there being no One million and six hundred thou Â¬ Quick dales and Small ProGts NUTS RAISENS us challenge square in their face to put communication by rail that thoy are sand dollars of gold is now on c Wont be undersold fjanltf at least proof agaiost a complete rout its OYSTERS SARDINES CIDER Work and vote for Hancock and forward a nominee but they seem loth anxious to set up an independent Gov way from Europe to this Also the best brands Cigars and To- Â¬ country in the beginning of the campaign ernment anu tix tneir own custom to respond Eogish Tho rank and file who In order to keep the Germans in bacco to be found in Hickman at lueir boundless resources used cliect BENNY McINTOSHS favored a convention hcretofoae so far ively had stimulated the most faint homes with a view to absorbing the line the Republicans are makintr an Clinton St next door to S N Whites The population of the United States profits of traffic across the Hoe goods as we know favor one jet The trouble hearted if not with confidence at least that come down on the Southern effort tSsbow that their candidate is of is a little less than fifty millions space to name all articles but no An improved action was Pacifio road and enter at Gulf of Gali German origin W s seems to be that the aspirants are not with hope 3 trouble to show goods Â¬ Office in new addition to Laclede HotelJ The Democrats are at last united in anxious to tackle Turner Turner has beginning to be felt in the re lubricat- ioruia ports The natives are led iu Rome is said to be the most English Come and sec at the corner of Troy ed machine But to have their own the plan by an exGovcrnor of Sonora of continental and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ky ALL operotions performed in the most cities so far as the will give us the State made a good member of Congress is Virginia which guns captured and turned against them and backed by Arizona miners These manners and jan25 ly artistic manner Special attention given ca co customs of the upper ten a good Democrat and has gained would have been too much for the in November next to the regulation of children teetb mining companies know of thgxis are concerned strength since the U election A steadiest discipline and most splendid tenco of very rich niincrsN Dr Tanner worried through his convention 5pain has three times ioeulted our worso man morale irvBIZSmmm States but there iV reat troublu forty Says fast and is rapidly recoverTho chicftest danger to Democratic volvcd in working them capitalists flag and will not cease her insults H as it did two years ago 1 success now is that the party will trust being loth to invest money there now long enough to afford us an opportuing Most people set him down as a The Republican conference has announ- Â¬ too much to the invulnerability of their owing to the unfcttled condition of nity to apologize humbug TT EEPS the best Coffee Sugar Molas ced to tho world that the Republicans leader General Hancocks unimpeach Mexican affairs It has been known for some time They think they can HICKMAN j ses Flour Lard Bacon c to be KENTUCKY take Indiana is now the great point of mean business weThe South can carry care able record in war and iu peace his remedy this however by assisting the among leading Democrats that general found in Hickman Having no partner propose to of isef hut the undoubted ability which makes him ATTEND TO ALL to divide profits with will sell goods the new governmpnt which will be formed Ben Butler would canvass Maine for interest in the political world The North This is bold and to the point It entrusted to their care even in a private letter discussing na Â¬ of tho triangular picco of Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper country in- Â¬ Hancock and English Republicans are moving on it in their is sound policy Few parties iri our his Â¬ Office Millet Block Ground and Roasted Cne and see for tory would liave had the courage to hold tional affairs in a most critical period dicated nev8 78 strongest column Mr George Bmcroft began his cele- Â¬ yourself an open conference to discuss a plan of talk with the direct simplicity of a sol WHAT TUEY 8AY IN TEXAS BgyCountry produce of all kinds taken m- m brated history just fifty five years ago Louisville Commercial campaign dier and the profound insight of a Two of the members of the grand nr and will soou celcbrato its completion in exchange for goods or Cash marl5 C A petition has been filed to estab- Â¬ The plan of the Republican cam statesman has silenced the argument lish a new voting precinct in this coun Â¬ paign thus announced is to waste no that he was a military man merely and my of occupation who arc officers in at the Newport country home ATTORNEY Ar LAW the State militia had HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ty at Jordan the new district to be time money or exertion upon the unfitted to measure and weigh the great the Governor who an interview with A Reading Pa man only sixty five informed them that HICKMAN KY Collector Real Estate Agent made up of portions of the Hickman Southern States but to concede the questions that modern civilization pro officers of tho militia were bound to years old has been married three times in g 4D JfcRam3tajL3tms pounds to executive statesmanship HICKMAN KY Land is the father of eleven nair of and Cayce precincts 13S electoral votes of the South to That argument wa3 futile against obey the orders of the UoirSu1 States twins DEALER IX He has forty oue children iu Will attend promptly to all bnsl and of the State and for them to con- Â¬ w ness entrusted him in Southwestern Italian and American Marble Kentucky So far there have been no indica Hancock and to make their fight ex Grant even after he had justified it by nect themselves with a combination to all and Northwestern Tennessee MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE clusively in tho North a solid North the most deplorable presidential term invade a government with which the tions of a return of yellow fever at Northern Qi men aro beginning to O Specialattention given to the investiga STONES in our history and those who have Memphis Her escape is doubtless against a solid South The Democrats been using it with inane iteration General and State Governments were at comprehend what the Southern men rt received a fine lot oa Amer Â¬ tion of Land titles and the purchase ana HATING Italian Marble Iofam pre Â¬ gale of Real Estate rjan8tf should meet them on their announced against Haucockwerc the very persons peace was a violation of law and liable knog8o well that there is no security owing to the perfect sewerage introduc- Â¬ P pared to fill all orders Call and examine programme and throw all their power whom neither the theory nor tho prac to be punished He then cited them tor liberty except in the Democratio ed since the last epidemic eur work section 528G Revised Statutes of the party in an effort to carry certain Northern tice could convince in two terms of United BgtuOrders from the country promptly States pq He gave them to un Â¬ Our anxiety makes us fearfully States leaving the Southern States se Grant but who endeavored to give him filled may26 It is but just to Benjamin n Bris M go derstand that a militia officer could tow to say that he has deuied the state doubtful about Indiana The Republi vcrely alone On a square confident a third term be a member of the army of occunor That General Garfield is morally ob pation KENTUCKY STREET cans are making a hot campaign and enthusiastic fight and fair count the and their resignations are not ment recently made that he would sup LOUISVILLE KY ique the Credit MobilicV and DcGol presented itifis port Hancock Bristow will vote for constantly on hand for Mrs probably they will be BEING ENTIRELY REFITTED AND the Democrats some how are not fight democrats can carry New York Penn yer episodes but especially the Elec- Â¬ KEEPS sale demanded Officers of the G A O Garfield Refurnished ing with the old time vim I here at head history show HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS 6ylvania Illinois Ohio Indiana New toral Commission PRICES REDUCED After a recent shower at Kokomo quarters assert that they have been taken to task for denying in Full board and Large Handsomely-furnishe- d Thankful for patronage heretofore ex- Â¬ Jersey Connecticut California Color have over 50J0 men on tho rolls in Ind the ground was found covered WnY should Gen Weaver who is a rooms S3 per day tended him he solicits a eontinuance of a former letter hat tie was a man of DEALERS IS this State which is half the number with fish all of which were alive and J W ALMY Manager same nov5 4w fiat money apostle bo passing tho ado and Oregon or at least can carry great intellect We judge intellects by the Department of the Rio Grande is flopping about They were the size of comparison I have seen add beard 1 to bat around for dollar subscriptions for most of them magnificent minnows muster in the Republican candidate in various regiment of Thov have a election expenses Why dont he make GOBatneCrulJiulL cavalry here with Lieut BoHiiprs Discharged a native of Albesituations duriug tho last eeveo years John vnikiiriAia fnu unki ucnuinc Oswego Ks Aug 10 Tho sup- Â¬ J B Armstrong once a dashing Ran Â¬ marie vaTncrciAS father of 32 child the dollars Public Ledger r la 1313 is the I have also had an opportunity to comA recruiting officer ren posed Benders had a preliminary ex Â¬ pare him with other men who have ger as Colonel He has been twice mnriied and Fulton county Democrats dont amination to day and were discharg Â¬ achieved greatness so called like Thur will leave here next week to raise a twenty one naughters Were born to regment of infantry The officers and him before a son rouse up and boom for Hancock ed man or been born great like Don Threshing Machinery and Portable --- CSSESf-So Ss3 SJUSSia men aro determined and it is feared and Traction Engines now the local elections are passed we Cameron or have had greatness fdrced A Minnesota faimer who has five there will be trouble if the movement The Thing Explained THE STANDARD ot iceH mco thmgXmt As Qrrsi jwaxwtn a World upon them like Acklen Spencer and be tempted to send for some shall Atlanta Constitution has sued the is not nipped in the bud Officers of grown up daughters M TCHLES9 for GnUn5injt TimSiTinr Fe- Patterson Com the fcolid Mnillff Xaota and Thorovuih Mnvk COFFINS MATRASSES c prominent Republican to come down It is not easy to stop going to Con Â¬ pared withof tfce latter South I think tho G A O here atsert that the Gen- Â¬ county on a claim that his residence INCOMPARABLE in Qualiiyol JUterUJPWirtfo- three mrta a norcmn eral Government will back them when has been used as a court house fur HICKMAN gress when a man gets in the habit of Garfield is a great man but as compar- Â¬ and cuss us all 4autu ox ModI KENTUCKY MARVELOUS for utf f mjurtor work in all Ud it It is like smoking five cent cigars ed with Thurman Gladstone and Gam they are prepared to make the move the past two years r Grain aad wvcmally known as the only racce nfal 11 other Seedj Thresher in HxxTiznotkTCIoTrnil TfiERE arc a few Greenback voters oa Mexico which will occur beforathe the more you smoke the more you bctta he is like Astonishingly Durable ad vonderfyXh tvnpUxamg less than half tha oscal mn sad bU If Noah had foreseen the future and the combined littleness next President PORTABLE TRACTION and STRAW BURNINC STEAM ENCINES with meU takes his seat Thoy killed the two mosquitoes which took want to smoke in Fultoc Hickman and Graves coun- Â¬ faataxos of Power DarnbOity Ssfetr Economy sad Beauty entirely unknown in other Trtntcai Stetun-GOOD FARM 130 acres cleared 100 of Acklen Spencer and Patterson assert that wealthy miners in Mexico refuge in tho ark he would hate renrowcr Outfits and Stfcam lonrer Separators a peeuuty Four sizes of Separates Iran acres cood wheat land and 160 acres Will some one tell us what they ties But my assertion proves n ithing dx to twelTs horse power usomrn a tvim Improved uiamiiea Horse Fotrers Cases ot Yellow Fever and elsewhere will furnish the mone dered some of the strongest tvords in in whole tract tolerable improvement Thirty Two Years of Prosperous Continuous Business by Umhoojjo without changa Well as Carlylo said of the admirers of cf Dzne location or management famishesand strosg a are now fighting for and what thoy Neay York Aug 9 f in Oapt E G ir-to begin operations ssssW 7 miles from Hickman on the Hickman i Trunin ueiiujr kuuuimto auk ul oiwc k xa mw English language unnecessary Those to whom he hope to accomplish Every Trote they Harris his first mater FoiTn Fender a great novelist and MoscoTTJcaad j reat may wui all innflcegjagtb i nk I ferae Vcxf mf T A e Tfrt Villi Ti5CTfMJ n B --tad Mba OS fetta kpT of - Poll in Kgntncky only lessens ftha otewgrcl W Itrowp aj d spaffpn Ji fcej UUo VI y JTC5l 5 Tnr y aniy to apologist xtii I ir fT jtorK ivoriu troMJTaria Martin and Thoraaj CasevrWcfe taken F M DAVIE BE NOT DECEIVE fr Tho ebnniicrcd man imiStrateVbcJSro iri which be congratulates the Democratic majority New York Nation was open in its con Â¬ t7 neb experiment ud varthlett xnehlaerT If country from the schooner Augusliu from Port liis conquerer tvirt becoming liimself a tU III ret MLtnMfrftm na CTFor full partleolan eU oa our inlan or writ De Pais Saturday and sKt to the Fe tempt of the weakness of his letter of possession siinultiuieouMy loses posses- Â¬ upon the nomination of Geo Hancopk GO TO ME to mj tor BJaitrUed ClrcaUr irhlch wo mall frt c AdOnta iiBBsssE The peopln of Nashvillo are just acceptance No one has ever supposed sion of whatever thing he has about him and predicts his election in November ncr Hospital at quarantine XICH0LS SHE7ABS ft CO Battlo Creek Mich now interested in the alligator questhat the fraudulent executive was a and tiiereforo surrendering his weapon A little girl read a composition be- Â¬ Â¬ tion three having recently been seen Fast Mall on the JIlKxtsslppI great man and yet hia letter of accept- ho also yieliLs up 11 ho victor demands fore the minister The subject was ance was a phalanx pf principles an it whatever part ol his dress is worth in Cumberland river at that point or Captain John H Baldwin has writ- Â¬ taking Hence tho nakedness partial or A Cow She wrave1 in this compli array of splendid promises and a much He weighed twenty ten a letter to the Pittsburg Dispatch more effective document tliati anything complete of tho captive becomes addi mentary sentence The cow is the One was killed most useful animal in the world except pounds and measured four feet and 10 in reply to an article in that paperrc Garfield has uttered or is capable of tionul evidence of hiasubjngation Co In Abyssinia inferiors bare their bodies religion garding the fast mail packet for the from head to tail inches uttering down to the girdlo in the presence of su Â¬ lower river in which he says this en A married woman at Pbonixville periors but to equals the comer of tho NE OP THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER A Georgia Horror Our Kentucky State Guard has terprise has asnmed a much larger cloth is removed only for a time The Pa has just given birth to a male Consignments Solicited scope than originally intended and will A dispatch from Americus Webster like occurs in Polynesia The Tahitians child four months after tho birth of a had a grand encampment at Crab Or- Â¬ include a tri weekly fast man line a S3 Special and prompt attention riven to the shipment of all kinds of CountrV nncover the bodv as low as tho waist in Produce Live Stock etc may9 79 chard springs which cost the State daily line fast freight and passenger county Ga dated August 10th says the presence of tho King and in the So Â¬ girl She is now nursing both children Last evening Woodson L Gunnels a ciety Isles generally the lower ranks of who may bo culled twin though born 15000 but there being no money in packets and a bare consisting of four so far apart vell tp do farmer living twenty mile by way ths treasury for such purposes the powerful tow boats with five barges west of here left jipme tp visit a sick people garments of respect strip off their uppr in the presence of their each This will involve an outlay of As a political prophet Gen Weaver Governor is at a loss to know how to Evidently un- Â¬ at 10oclock iu He predicted the 700000 all of which has been provi neighbor Returning his wife and nine principal chiefs covering the head has the same original is not a succe s pay for the grand display ded for and the different lines will be the evening he found European election of the Independent State tick a - - mm of his tea small children in a horrible meaning Even in certain two has et in AlabanjH by 4 000 majority and running in a year Ho the relation between tho o sleep from the effects of morphia ad usages recognized as by Ford who re Â¬ placed The news from Illinois regarding completed REFITTED REFURNISHED been HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED the independent vote too high Â¬ ministered in lemonade by Mrs Gun Â¬ marks that uncloaking in Spain is by about 94000 THIS thoroughly renovated the campaign continues to bs encour- EIow llitip K arc Mixed in Convenient to river and railroad and attentive nels There is no doubt but that she equivalent to our taking off the hat main p watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section aging and it is emphatically asserted The following advertisement appear- Â¬ Maine Letter to the Philadelphia Press prepared the fatal beverage and admin Hence it seems that removal of may9 79 TU1E3TER W by those who have been in all parts of This Investigation proves however that ibtered it fo the children and drank ol tho hat among European people often ed lately in an Irit h newspaper that State that she will cast her vote a vast majority of the Federal offices it herself with fatal intent Mr Gun reduced among ourselves to touching the is to notify Patrick OFlahertyt who ot un Â¬ remnant of that for the Democratic State ticket and in the State are filled with men hostile nels was married to this his second hat is a himself by which process times lately left Lis lodgings if he doon not clothing in early UilUlUi JUllUhillHUUUUilouiliuuimU to the present Republican management wife about ten years and has by her the captive expressed tho yielding up of return soon and pJyVor the Bame he also for the National ticket shall be advertised TO BUY YOUR The other six are by all lie hud Chicago Inter Ocean four children It is readily stated as a fact by careful Large numbers of colored men vo and earnest Republicans that Plaisted a previous wifo As far as is known A school boy being askecl by hl Tho Hallway teacher bow he sheuld flog him replied ted the Democratio ticket in Alabama the Democratic candidate for Governor the step mother has been a dutiful and Medical aid was kind parent to tbem They have found out at last has until recently been a potent pow immediately summoned Monday When Jim Fisk introduced the word If you please sir I should liko to but Mrs Gun er in naming Federal office holders for American speech have it on the Italian system of pen FANCY TOILET ARTICLES railway that it is to their interest to cut loose the State of Maine The Postmaster nelj soon died and no hopes of recovs few lines into current this comrtry used tho term mapship the heavy strokes upward FINE PERFUMES from the Republican olement that has at Portland who fills one of the best ery are entertained for three of the At oresent out of 1147 names of com and the downward ones light SOAPS The others are believed to panies in Poors Manual 185 aro rail- Â¬ bo long made fools of them without positions id the State is quoted as ap children PAINTS Will some one please inform us why Theformer A note iu the hand ways and 9G2 railroads proving the attempt ot the coalition to bo out of danger OILS any adequate compensation for their term is lanrelv used as a convenient a young lady who modestly shrinks steal the State and is the recognized writing of Mrs Gunnels was found synonym in reorganizing old roads The from DYE STUFFS support sitting on the front step with a friend of the Democratic candidate ior under a package of morphia on the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Rail Â¬ table in which she stated that she had road has for instance just becomo the young mans arm encircling ber waist Col Henry Walker of Massa congress in the first district as against deliberately administered morphia to will whirl around a brilliant lighted CIGARS AND TOBACCO Chicago Rock Island and Pacifio Rail Â¬ Mr Reed the Republican Other chusetts Chairman of the Democratic equally flagrant cases could be cited to the children and hersef with the in- Â¬ way Aside from the convenience which ball room for hours at a time and let a State Ceutral Committee writes the show to what extent the Federal pow- Â¬ tention of destroying them but that it affords by changing a name in law and fellow hug ber to his hearts content it unaltered in sound the change Old Weaver the Greenback abor- Â¬ National Democratic Committee Our er has been used in this State to crip- Â¬ she was not actuated by any domestic leaving case doubtless hinged on the fact in this c MACHINES trouble rival State Committees have met and ple the Republican organization that the stock and bonds of the road are tionist who is a candidate for the joined bands we go into the fight largely held in England where railway is Presidency made a speech at Wheel- Â¬ Tho most horrible cases of murder the constant term Carl Schurz is booming fpr Garfield English railway ing West Virginia a few days since Prescriptions Accurately Compounded united everything looks well here for He does not say reported iu modern times have been terminology is constantly corninJriiito in which he claimed that the Republican-Grethe heaviest Democratic vote ever poll at 200 a night vrga at the Drug Store of Iu uso in this country and not always adÂ¬ enback coalition would by a a ed in the State Our people aro en Â¬ any thing in favor of Arthur and tho those of the Benders in Kansas Carriago for car is thusiastic and believe in success I managers propose to give him 50 ex- - horrible details and in unrelieved biu vantageously appear in the repnrLuiLjtc fair count earry Alabama The result to large nam tra if he will endorse the tail as well as tality De Quinoys three memorable beginningand is unfortunate becauso indicates a Democratic majority ot 75 have been surprised at the murders pale into insignificance hoforo cidents lias bnt one general meaning and 000 ber of Republicans soldiers and others the bead of the ticket car the Kansas horror The extraordis Metals BEST IN THE WORLD the who say openly they ehall vote for lias two carriago An old California prospeolor oi Hon Oscar Turner is still suffering nary part of tho affair is the recent at English term for rails would be an ad Hancock lBOrj of the opinion that very much with inflamation of bis tempt of tho old couple recently elect ditionlo railroad speech It is graphic Virginia City is ambiguous as rail is espe Â¬ the North Pole is a solid mass of gold Notwithstanding its vulgar as- Â¬ cripple leg and is under treatment of ed to connect themselves with the1 and is not country fa He says it cannot be otherwito for the S cially in this pects tbc fast of Dr Tanner has been Dr David W Yandell who thiuks he crime There is no hypothesis on reason that all gold bearing true fissuro which such strange phenomena in It establishes a new will be able to get out iu two or is three man nature can be cxplaiued hu of great interest It Tnn eggs when discharged from the veins iu all pirts of the world run still Mrs weeks Oscar Turner human bodj confined to her bed but we are pleas- Â¬ would require that oue should have oyster aro irregular shaped objects only in tho direoliou of the North Pole fact of the power of the to a well trained eye The shell longitude and It has even exci- Â¬ ed to learn that she is improving fallen in love with horrors and become visible formed in the shape of a ridge just like the parallels ofgold veiua must to go without food is first that like these all the enamored of crimo to understand the but gradually expands and at length enÂ¬ Courier Journal It ted interest in the religious world ambition to bo regarded as one of a velopes tho oyster It now lias a few come together at the Pole and end in DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF is hoped that one experiment of this The contemplated invasion of Mexi Â¬ band of bloody and cowardly murder- Â¬ hails with which it swims close to a great golden knob kind will suffice and that we shall not co from tho United States is a thor- Â¬ ers tho surface of tho water for a few hours The Mississippi Valley Cotton Plan until its digestive onnins fully develop tcrs Association has decided to hold have starving matches added to walk oughly absurd scheme of some crack One of the most remarkable figures when it seeks a hard substance attaches in Mem Â¬ ing swimming eating drinking row Â¬ brained enthusiast but it will be of itself td it and remains sedentary for the a series of inter State fairs AND SPECIAL AGENTS FOlt ing running and other matches too some service to both countries if it now in London is the Secretary of the rest of its life The food of the oyster phis Little Rock New Orleans and BICarb Sab fa nf A numerous to mention Once it is well shall prove the means of demonstrating Americab legation Mr Stcinway is a consl ts of microscopic animal and vege Â¬ Montgomery to create a fund for the dirty white color It maT ALSO AGENTS FOR enough It does not need to be re Â¬ to Mexico tho good faith of tho United Keutuckian six feet eight in height Â¬ table matter Tho sea water contains encouragement ol inventors of improv appear tTUlte examined by It Â¬ WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES self bHt a COMPAB1SON VITK GiiURcnr peated at least for a century akibc and States It may be tho means of ce and as strait as a rush thiu bony mus- much of tliis and is drawn in tho gills of ed plantation machinery and to u MAlTIITIEIt BRAND Will oaoW 50 years of aire with tire most the oyster by suction Tho mouth always GAAR SCOTT COS THRESHERS several lectures in the fit Id whose es menting ties between the two countries cular tlie difference wouderlul typictl Yankee faco and remains open See that vonr Baktn r Soda t The Jilmira Gazette announces that which will be worth far more than any it shall be to travel over prcialduty whlto and PIIRB as sltould be AIM OS Keeps on hand repairs for aame iiencral aspect it is possible to conceive a democrat liis deposited in its office acquisition of territory cotton States aud form branch as SIItXlXAU SUBSTANCES used for Bavarian Industrial Museum the is somcthiut almost ridiculous There At tho foodi the sum of SI C00 to be matched has recently been exhibited a new sooiations A timpla tint eerero test of tha comptvrtira These ore the golden sentences in in the realization he is though a Keu Â¬ thereof flooring tiles made from asphalte against a like sum from the pockets of Tilue ot different brands ot Soda is to dlsscm 11 kind COMPi R Mmc X ha just buried her husband of tho Yankee of Punch dessert spoonful of each kind frith about a pint who believes in Gar Genera Hancocks letter to General tuckian any republican simple way The drawing of she seems inconsolable aud passes from of waterlhot preferred in dear classes stirnns When he stands in a room a full in a very The army should have theintondeddesign is first mode on coarse until all is thoroughly dissolved The delete Â¬ fields success the bets to be distribu- Sherman rious insoluDle matter In tha inferior Bods nl MANUFACTURERS OF nothing to do with the election or in- head and shoulders over everybody alj heavy paier Tiien it is covered with one hysterical fit to another ted as follows be shown after settling some twenty minutes or Â¬ Come come my dear says a sym sooner by ths milky appearance of tho solution The peo eyes aro on him As a witty Irish bits of china and glass so as to form o S100 that Hancock carries Connecti- Â¬ auguration of a President quantity The Con M P said the lean giant looks hoi mosaic Lastly a border is made to the pathizing friend cheer up dont give and theto quality of floating flocky matter ao cording cut S100 that Hancock carries New pie elect the President low enough to swallow any quantity sheet and liquid nsphalto is poured upon way to your grief make an effort Be sure and ask for Church Cos Soda Ut Jersey S100 that Hancock carries In grces declares in a joint session wiio ne After tho whole has been covered see that their namo is on the package aid jou I shall not sink under my grief Our system does not provide of principles He knows he is a re- Â¬ it Hancock carries is diana S100 that will get the purest and whitest made lie is taken away with cold water replies the tearful widow the piper dont be ot this with sour milk in preference to Uafcns New York S100 that he wins all that one President should inaugurate markable figure and meets the amus- Â¬ and tho tile is finished This flooring is alraid but you know what my poor Powder sores twenty times its cost iu that ed and admiring glances with a sly said to bo handsome in appearance the above bets And 51000 that Han another there might be danger See one pound pact ago for valuable nftuKA Â¬ tioa and read carefully and it was studiously left out of the twinkle of the eye which seems to come and to resist dump for an indefinite nerves are tbc least little thing upcock will be elected XMac33Ht3M-cm-3i- r sets tbem dowu froai the stars period o SHOW THIS TO YOUR QRQCER charter All offers to be accepted or none THE HICKMAN COURIER Son is for Hen Â¬ Rural Academy toma GEORGE WVSBEX Â¬ 1 Hew New Ne w IP E OAS E Staple and Faiicv DR A A EAJEIIS Warren Editor Attorney at Stecoe3sechs3 Dr J Outten Erlce of Snbscriniioii JWEOGEES GEOCEEIES W Hummer THE NOOK Â¬ Dk DE1TTIST J a m paeker jSfc W DIESTELBRINK o Family Groceries inW NO Â¬ dightoSK sjfattix M M METHENY Â¬ Provision Store Grocery and A R TJTyler Sf Attorneys at Law L EANDLE 3 1 -- i s E3 J3 - i Q u p Ho Hjts o7 Sale and Livery Stable Â¬ G JLXiT SIOTJSE Wm B Plummer I KISTNERaARDNER IS NIGHOLS9SHEPARD Â¬ If -- FTJRISriTTJIlB For Rent or Sale A Jiicntrtj apl-23-S- Â¬ U lSKr m Tvi AV- in vT23J52S2- if -f l rKHBBv sLssssBBgJT Â¬ DEUG STOEE HICKMAN WHAE PHD AT John J Young gllGK 0OWGILL kUli O Proprs jB t 11IIIII HZOKMAH HOUSE Propr KENTUCKY J Drugs Patent Hediines iiii i liiioni MEDICINES - Pocket Kuives Basors SEWING BUCK Srpep TT COWGILL DKTJGS AND afcy f Â¬ tB U CTMZfl t a HIOKMAJT Paints Oils and Dye Stuffs KENTUCKY ONDURANT D REWRY Agricultural Implements cos Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STEEL PLOWS W A 3-- AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS O 3ST S j i fe vN s rrmmmrrmLmrJ 0jm 5fliJteLEB3mW lfil fcjifflisHsMmmsS n j S ZZ 4 - Kt Atif - - jvc1 Xvrt3teMiiSfciLL t ss- - ife jio4i8iuBUriv iiMBMaMMiiilib - vivws- - k- m inipwipswq I 1 4 3 goat ami T THE IjlCKMAN COURIER Proceedings JUDGE H C ot County Court DAILKT Oontl Advice Henderson ReporterJ Sell your building lots at reasonable prices If you can afford to do so do nate a buildinz lot for some busine Â¬ rRE3IDINO Headquarters for all Kinds of School Boohs and School Supplies PEACH SEED 50c Per Bushel Will exchange nursery stock for 200 bushels of Peach Seed delivered at Bon durant Drcwrys Buy your trees from the Mississippi Valley Nursery the only one that can show a diploma on fruits FRIDAY AUgTi3 18S0 On motion enterprise and thereby enhance the value of town property Induce busi W v ness men to locate in your town Pa tronizo the business men of your own Always sum up your expenstown DEALER IX es when you visit places outside of Speak well your town to buy goods Ifany- of worthy public enterprises should be undertaken that may be of J aijd Miscellaneous benefit to the town do not speak ill ot School it to others because you happen to be prejudiced against it Speak well to strangers of your town and people If you have any surplus money do not invest it in far off speculations but give yourself and your town the bene fit of it by establishing some profitable Stationery Wall Paper Pic- Â¬ factory Encourage your local news- Â¬ papers by subscribing for advertising GUABDIAXS King for the want of brick Why dont and paying for them They On motion W D Hutchinson was ap in ture Frames eome one make several million pointed guardian of Margaret E Gore are constantly working fer you and the Quite a number of transfers of real and Indeed Pocket Cutlery Toys and Fancy executed bond with Arthur King and prosperity of the country estate have occurred the last week or so John A Towneend as sureties they ate tho mirrors that reflect your Town lota are stiffening up in prices T D Davis guardian of D D Davis enterprise Goods Rev Dr Guildford Jones of 51cm executed new bond with F G Davis and advertisement phis will preach at the Methodist church E M Bradley as sureties which was ap A 3 ice Moss CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY in this city on the Cth Sunday Aug 29 proved by the court The General Statutes read Jesse E Craig a minor over the age of The members and friends of the Sec 6 If the office of Sheriff is vacant 14 appeared in court and chose Joseph or if the sheriff or his deputy is a candidate Episcopal church are requested to meet at JSSend for copies of my New Reduced W Poyner hs his guardian and the court at any election all his duties pertaining Price Lists of Picture Frames Chromos jhe church Suiiday morning at 3 oclock to that election shall be performed by the approving the obolce the paid Poyn OURnPnaing friend J W Rogers with J A Golder as security execute coroner and such deputy as he may ap- Brackets Croquet Sets and Base Balls for 1878 is now receivrfcvf a splendid lot of fresh point for that purpose if the coroner is Groceries which he is offering for sale at bond as such guardian absent or his office vacant or he is a can On motion Jos B Leech was appointed didate then such duties of the sheriff the very lowest prices guardian of W H Craig a minor under shall be peformed by some person appointThe CoontKR office now floats a 14 Z 2 and executed bond with Hugh Cooper ed for that purpose by the presiding judge Hancock and English flag from its upper of the county court and the deputiei of as surety such persons if the presiding judge is not window a present from Mr John Hell On motion W R Reed was appointed himself a candidate -- nrr L i y- m guardian of Kale Ella Reed his daughter At the late election in Fulton county Again we remind the public of the and executed bond with T D Brown and the deputy sheriff was a candidate for the large demand for dwelling houses twenty-f- Lewis Roper as sureties office of sheriff the sheriff held the elec Â¬ a H 5 ive or thirty could he readily dispos- Â¬ LICENSE tion and acted as one of the comparing W K Hall of Fulton Ky proving to board Ha hal This is a uioe mess for ed of a lawyer up a B The contract for the rough lumber tho satisfaction of the court that he was a violation sheriff to fixIf this plain palpable prevails then merchant was granted license to 811 in future of law fer the Hickman Oil Factory 500000 feet the sheriff can be deputy and has been let to A W McDonald Co of whisky in quantities not less than a quart the deputy sheriff putting each other Alexander jr was appointed deputy county clerk whereupon said Alexander EgguSbort cararatinteatlons on public appeared in open court and took the oath questions printed but not responsible as such deputy for sentiments or expressions of corres- Â¬ SETTLEMENTS pondents except where we refuse to give The following settlements were then name of author produced to court and ordered to be filed Some citizens take the hiot and are and lie over for exceptions Settlement of Dow Davis guardian of fixing their pavements Others should Felix G Mary E and Joff Davis follow Settlement of R D Watson guardian Tha sheriff election will probably of Chas Watson not bo contested or litigated as report Settlement of J H Simmons guardian hag had it of Eli Newton AA vrlll buy A rood REWIXQ Settlement of Jesse G Jones guardian BUCK augl3 2t of Elizabeth Gore Also settlement of COWGILLS Improvements in Hickmaiy are lags eame as guardian of Wm Craigs heirs Local Items DEPUTT CLERK of John A Wilson W L COURIER ltwmnte IHITZ SCHKOKDEIt FASHIONABLE july4t fej Â¬ Taken up as a stray by II D Salmon living about six miles north east of Hick- Â¬ man iu Fulton county Ky on the 19th inst one SORREL MARE aged about 2 years 14 hands high blaze face bath bind feet white having no brands or other marks and which is appraised at the value of 30 00 Witness my hand this July 23d 18S0 jy30 3t J W MAYES J P F C strayed W M SAMUELS BOOT AND if 1 AM ill STOP North West corner of Moscow and Troy Avenues East Hickman Ky Satisfaction guaranteed 8 may9 li SHOE MAKER lj OFFICE Boot and Shoe Maker HICKMAN KENTUCKY H P Fetlie kie -- MANGELS BAKERY AND Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made In to order and in the latest fashion visible patches put on wheih last longer than when sewed All I ask is a trial Shop next door to City Barber Shop feb7 7J CONFECTIONEKY FRESH BREAD Bolls Coffee Â¬ Cake Lemonade Cider ICE CREAM d c ALL KINDS OF O A 1 -- m cj C of latest Fall and Winter Fashions and a large lot of samples of French English and German goods Gentlemen are invited to call and ex sept26 ri Miercliaiit Tailor JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICK8 HAS JoXm G GrifSn CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO KAISER HHHHHHHHW best appointed WITTIJTG The Courier Job Printing Office is the WEIMERS Lager Beer Saloon BOLOGNE SATJ Â¬ Â¬ STEAM CRY Pitchers Castoria Mothera like and Fkyaloiaas recommend it Children tor MILLERS old stand Clinton street 1 w b OFFICE T - OB Fruits Candy Nuts The Cheese Crackers etc specialties best of Cigars and Tobacco PIGSFEET OYSTERS J W GORMAN DEALEE3 IS- - CO STOVES TINWARE f I I in Southern Kentucky or Western Tennessee Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work Good workmen employ- Â¬ and Repairing ed and the best of material used jyll 3E O IKfc ON I r V through first one and then the other ad SETTLEMENT No other- - person need apply The settlement or C P MoClellan guar Â¬ infinitem W IT IS ROT NARCOTIC Capt Randle is improving the prop- dian of G W and J R McCIellan was erty near the Catholic church making it confirmed and ordered to be recorded Methodist Church Divine services 3 new designed as a residence for Col ft i every Sunday 11 a si and 7 P M roads CENTAUR MNIMEXTS tho Henry Little O a m Ordered that Jas Asbell and hands be - service or Song at Worlds great Pain Relieving School iJ A st TVARTED A Secondhand CORN assigned to work on the south end of the Sunday Meetingat Wednesday 7J r m remedies Thcylieal soothe and Prayer MILL SO or SO in Buhr Jordan and Cayce road Rev K K Bkansfoud 1aStor cnroBriras Wounds WeakBack M O HATCHER Address C L Randle S S Supt Ordered that J H Attebery and hands and Rheumatism upon Man angl3 New Madrid Mo I be assigned to work on the State road and Sprains Galls and Lame- l we have the promise of an Again from A II Scarces to Wilkins west line ness upon Beasts Cheap quick elevator to transfer freights from the Ordered that M Chambers and hands and reliable river to the railroad If it is to be built and Ben Connelly and hands be assigned now is the time to commence the work MMMiMMaa to work on the State line road from the Bids will be received up to Saturday We learn from tho Enterprise Mes head waters of Mud creek to John Shep- Â¬ next the 14th inst at the office of the uus SLOWER and LOWER 1 Hickman Lumber and Manufacturing tenser Dexter Mo that sheriff Hickman herds gate All kinds of Groceries hams sides c as cheap as the cheapest I will not be Ordered that F M Shuck and hands he Company for the erection of a of Obion county contemplates locating in undersold JOHN WITTiNG JCi 3K that vicinity this Tall Obion county will assigned to work on the Troy and Moscow road from the State line to Alexanders in front of our Factory of the following lose a good citizen dimensions blacksmith shop Another citizen of Hickman drown- Â¬ Taken up as a stray by Joseph Poyner Length 900 feet Ordered that the hands on the Houlcn living on the Mississippi river about half Baso 4 feet wide ed in the cany articles kept by Steaj ala place the Ross place and the Tittsworth mile below the foot of Island 8 in Fulton Inside slope 1 to 1 Co Only 40 dozen more of those 70cts ceunty Ky on the 2Gth of June 1880 Outside slope 2 to 1 TTTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER one Light Chestnut Sorrel Mare about per dozen Fruit Jars left Also a fresh place be assigned to work on the Shuck To contain about 1800 cubic yards of road from Rogers east line to the Moscow lot of Groceries just received Call and thirteen hands high with a dark stripe C L RANDLE earth road on the back with underbit in each ear see them President augl3 K On motion of C A Holcombe the case scar on the right bind Kg branded with The following is the Chinese version of Dodds and Plummer on pet exparte H S H S on the right shoulder and M on right hip with small white spots of Mary and her lamb was reinstated on the docket and J W on the forehead about seven years old Was gal name Moll had lamb Mayes A H Leet and J II Dodds were A FIRST CLASS and which I appraise at the value of 30 Eles all earnee white snow appointed viewers with instructions to Witness my hand this 28th day of June Evly place Moll gal walkee SEWING MACHINE OFFICE 1880 JERRY J JONES J P F C view the change in the Stato road made Ha ba hoppe long too july9 4w by C A Holcombe Over his land and to Corner Clinton and Kentucky Streets IF you want to make your wife and WJore von an eLanTLthinrvou want in av r ivruuiu tu hj vE lilEC C ijvi report to the next terra afihe-fout first class Sewing pet a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cent whether or not the new route opened was Ttlic way of a and attachments Machine Taken up as a stray by Joseph Poyner 60 feet wide and in good traveling order Needles Oil aplSO prf can living on the Mississippi river about half Remember that we handlo the genuine mile below the foot of Island 8 in Fulton to At a meeting of the stockholders of Father Anastatius returns to the Singer Machine andof aprotect the publicÂ¬ county Ky on the 2Gth of June 1880 swarm of coundevices the Hickman Lumber and Manufacturing charge of tho Hickman Catholio church against theevery real Singer Machine is one light bay Horse thirteen and a half terfeiters Company held on Monday last Mr Geo Father Feehan going to Paducah as church now being made with our trade mark east hands high about ten or twelve years old into the stand Call and see it at the office having black mane and tail bob tail in Warren tendered his resignation as pres Â¬ Superior in Western Kentucky Be sure that the Machine you buy has thin order branded with E and T con- Â¬ ident of said Company whereupon Capt F below on the left hip and Just now the newspapers are- - leem- - the words The Singer Manufacturing C L Randle was elected to fill the unex Â¬ Guns nected I and which appraise at the value of 15 ing with the paragraph Dont drink ice Company on the arm and stand of the pired term Witness my hand this 2Sth day of June Machine All others are cheap counterwater when you are hot and it is one 1880 JERRY J JONES J P F C To morrow 14th inst the United that should be regarded by all The time feits varnished and gilded to hide their PISTOLS defects Machines sold on easy monthly jun9 4w KAILS Brothers of Friendship will celebrate to drink ice water is along in the dead of or quarterly payments CA8T1NG3 their first anniversary with a free barbe Â¬ winter when it is a tight ssratch to keei THE SINGER MFG CO c TOOLS Hickman Ky july9 lm cue and picnic at the Fair Gronnds We from freezing to death Having determined to change my busi- Â¬ venturo to say that those of our white day at home Samples ness 1 will sell the place on which I no v General W S Hancdk has decline citizens who may attend wilt meet with a live 7 miles nearly south of Hickman in an invitation to attend the St Lou sox Co Portland Maine apl30 cordial reception Obion county Tenn containing J Fair in October GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET Cljcai Vwantd 1 IRON WARE Thehlghest cash price paid by Illinois threaten to go Democratc MUMCMHT 150 of which is now in cultivation Tho place is susceptible of being made a No 1 this year Dont laugh brethrenrffllp inncll J H PLAUT BRO JOB AVORK done to order such as Stock farm Terms liberal Will divide 1 Hickman UoraiEa ufuce Roofing Guttering Spentinz c TTbe ball at MeCatchen Hall Mod Republican persnasiool This is tt into Friday August 13 188C cround 6well period Cincinnati E S2 of the Gold Stove Clinton Street day night last was a very nice affair and Hickman Ky feb7 79 the young folks seemed to enjoy them quirer COUNTRY IBODtlCE ETC if desired Tanner has been offered 82700 jb Also 98 acros six miles north of Mem Â¬ selves hugoly Several young ladies An PORK 4c phis situated on the Paducah Memphis Tisiting our city honored the occasion deliver ten lecturosjn California DRIED FRUIT Apples 5 to G cents railroad with their presence and did much to ren pood as He creates a famine in Not Peaches 7 to 8 cents fe20 Gra L B SUAPHERD York he will start West te fill tits 1THEAT market active 90aS125 per bush der the evening enjoyable MEAL 50c from wagons b b b Vr BUCK COWGILL are selling Sewing BEES TTAX 20c per lb J The man who can prove that G HIDES green 0c dry salted 12c dry Machines for 2 3 with a five years war on his crand mo theis flint 18c rantee They are determined to control Hancock cut ears and used them Tor fish bail will e TiOOL 40a4oc per lb tub washed un Â¬ the Sewing Machine trade and wont be washed 22 toSO cts properly rewarded by forwarding te undersold Call and see their machines facts to a Republican newspapers FEATHERS 35a40c per lb prime MEALS AT ALLHOUBS ONLY 25c TALLO W Co per lb before buying from traveling agents at Philadelphia CbrouiclcHcrald BUTTER fresh 15c per lb Oysters and all kinds of Confectioneries Ligh prices augG 3t p mM POULTRY Spring xhickens old 150 always to bchsd d2078 KeTadas First Iingget S200a225 per dozen As the Fair time of year approaches EGGS 10c per dozen Nevadas first nugget was mined win BARRELS tome of our citizens begin to regret that A Word to the Wise Sufficient Cypress Molasses Barrels they let our county Fair pass out of ex a butchers knife John Orr startd To the Citisens of Hickman and Vicinitt S150 iron bound S1C0 Flour 45ctSi rods across the FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS igence Everything else being on a brisk nrpr Vo1 tliplains in 1849 Tho nnilie Several of you aro indebted to me on in- Â¬ Apple and Potato 35c Kraut and Pickle a irontliprirnR wnrRfi NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR dividual accounts the city authorities Stands 75c to 150 Cypress Kegs iron fotrrard improvement it is to be regret jf was obliged to remain through the wiser saw fit to make me pay city tax for you bound 10 gals 90c Oak 90c ted that our Agricultural interests are at Halt XiaKe in April ne resumed as is a inost agreeable dressing which on my settlement and some owe me fines negletted journey He had a partner named Nfk The farmers must go along is at onco harmless and effectual for costs GROCERIES c asan officer Now further Kelly after whom Kellys ravineis witti m lt our prosperity preserving the hair It restores with indulgence is uacless besides I owe some named and in tho company was Willihi BACON sides lOcts shoulders els hams the gloss and freshness of youth faded debts that must be paid and 1 must col- Â¬ Xdlea be Careful Prouse now living in Nnrb City abat 12lcts Dont spoil your pickles by using bad forty miles southeast of Salt La or gray light and red hair to a rich lect from you to pay with CHEESE 12al4c per pound Respectfully brown or deep black as may be desired vinegar but go to Buck k Cowgilla and Prouse had worked in mines before gld COFFEE Rio lGa20 per lb mayl 1 JAMES A WARNER CRACKERS 7n9c per lb get eoo of their old country made vine was discovered at Coloma and was a By its use thin hair is thickened and rw t i t in i r- 1 Inn il nr tsiij v per gaiion r baldness often though not 1 ways cured augu ai fiirj on the edge of what is now knowuTas CANDLES star 15al6c per lb It checks falling of tho hair immediThe negro Alec Allison who killed uoid janon near the Carson luver to tJAJUK Hickman JIUIs 5700 Lookoul Route Harry Crenshaw at Woodland Mills last let tho animals feed on some bunch rnss MOLASSES 40a 50c per bbl COcts per ately and causes a new growth in all cases where the glands are not decayed found growing near the sago brufh half barrel week is in jail at Troy The report that while to brashy weak or otherwise noontime took a milk jan LARD OIL S100 per gallon he wes taken from the jail and hung was ProusAj atdown to the gulch began wan Â¬ LARD 8ca lOcper lb BMrfTTiiHBMyffrffyi and going ifi diseased hair it imparts vitality and not true The sentiment in regard to the ing dirt in a few minutes getting wlor GUNPOWDER 050 per keg Etrcngth and renders it pliable killing is divided some white citizens to the value of a few cents Orr fien BLASTING POWDER 550 per keg is the best equipped safest and most The Vioon cleanses the scalp cures pleasant line it being the asserting that the negro was not as cen named the place Gold Canon The rain SODA 6a6 per lb9e by tho keg hard 12Jal4c soon after resumed travel going tdtlie SUGAR brown and prevents the formation of dandruff aurable as first reports had it GREAT CENTRAL SHORT LINE head of Carson Valley There thcyinet SHOT per bag 200 and by its cooling stimulating and between the Northwest and Southeast lt STONEWARE lOpcr gallon On last Sunday evening while some a party of seven who had left the tain TOBACCO soothing properties it heals most if not is tho shortest end most direct routo to at the sink of intendng SALT sackmanufaed50per lb 50a75c little boys were bathing in the river just to go in advancethe Humboldt and 2 fine salt 1 all of the humors and diseases peculiar the celebrated Springs and Summer re Â¬ to California selct above the railroad wharf one of them good locations for the remainder of tio HARDWARE ETC to the scalp keeping it cool clean and sorts of Virginia and East Tennessee Connections are made with trains for all ventured into deep water and being un- Â¬ party They had been unable to eras CASTINGS 3a5c per lb soft under which conditions diseases points Pullman sleepers run on all able to swim would undoubtedly have the country and had been lost in tie IRON bar size 2Jo per lb scalp and hair are impossible of the night trains Through sleepers from snow in the mountains for four orfiv PLOW STEEL 5c per lb drowned had not some of the larger ones Memphis to Nashvillo without change days unablo to find the divide in Hage PLOW STEEL WINGS As a Dressing for Ladies Hair Denble daily connections on all through 6Jc per lb rescued mm inis suouid be a warning town A stay in Carson for three weels The Vigor is Incomparable It Is color- Â¬ trains Business men and pleasure seek Â¬ to the little boys to keep out of the river followed when Orr Kelly and sevenl IRON AXLES 6o per lb NAILS 500 rates less contains neither oil nor dye and ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat and parents should see to it that they do others returned to Gold Canon and re Â¬ HORSE SHOE NAILS 30c per lb tanoogo St Louis Railroad better will not soil white cambric It imparts accommodations better time offersconnecsumed prospecting Kelly and Orrweit STEEL cast M 3 A 20a25c and Wlilslcy an agreeable and lasting perfume and tions than nny other route between the up the canon until n little fork wis STEEL PLOWS 8al2Jc per lb The best grades of whisky kept at rea reached when work wns begun Tlo HUBS as an article for the toilet it is economi- Â¬ Northwest and Southeast 125a225 per sett sonable prices oy party hod few tools and Orrhad nothiig PLOWS Hertweck Bnltzer Leave Memphis 1210 n m 820 a m cal and unsurpassed hi its excellence Knoerr aplSO J W ROGERS but a knife While Relly was workirg McKenzie 415 a m 145 p m Steel Plows No I Sli00 No 2 700 CO C AYER PREPARED BY DR ho noticed a very narrow place at tlo Hickman 800 a m No 3 850 No 4 900 Market Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730 p m fork where tho water barely covered a Baltzcrs patent one horse Plow 600 ex- Â¬ Xractlcal and Analytical Cbeuilate The wheat market continues dull and slab Leave Nashville 1010 a in 815 p m of slate rock Idly he examined f tra plow moulds 200 each Cotton Lowell Mass languid The large crops reported in the and noticed a small crevica near tlo Murfreesboro 1127 am 040 pm scrapers same sold bt ali srucoists rrcnrwuEttK Wartrace 1222 p m 1040 p ra Bro from various factories one West seems to have a very marked effect edge drovo tho knifo into it breaking Powell C A IIOICOMDK Tullahoma 113 p ra 1120 p m horso plows 300aS00 two horse Mold by on theprices and we do not now look for out a piece The water running over it Dechcrd 145 p m 1155 p m plows 000al000 washed away the underlaying dirt and in any material advance in prices The re- Â¬ 25cts Lower than the Lowest Cowan 200 p m 1210 a ra a few minutes ho discovered a gold nug Â¬ ceipts here are not large but still some get where tho rock had covered it Stevenson 315 p m 130 a m I hare no clerk cpcnsss no storo ront suxmcins It Bridgeport 337 p m 200 a in and pay cash for all my Groceries and considerable wheat eoming in all the time was quickly removed and afterward BAGGING 10al2Jc per m 330 a m Chattanooga 500 therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ We quote choice R0a87q medium 70a80c found to weigh 823 This was the ROPE machine 15a20c yard For information time tables and list of est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone 1st of June 1850 just thirty years ago TIES 5nGc common C0a70c Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low- Â¬ summer resorts reached by this line call Corn is dull We quote choice white Prospecting was continued aiid though LEATHER kip skins S450a850 sole per est on or address Geo W McKenzik JOHN WITTING dust was found in several places through- Â¬ lb 30 a 35c upper sido 450a500 Agt McKenzie for milling purposes at 3Gc yellow 34cts out the canon Ores was tho only nug- Â¬ C P Atmobe PRINTS 4a8c per yard Agt L your own town per bushel 66 a wek nfree Address II Terms and Memphis or jr Passg DANLEY M R get He still has it in lus possession DOMESTIC 9 W L Hamett 55 outfit 3Jal2Jo per yard Apples so low not much use of quoting tho first ever found in Neviulu JEANS 20j0Oc per yard Genl Pass Tkl Agt Nashville Tcnn Co Portland Maine op30 Hickman Â¬ I u g New Type New Presses f if I WILL SELL MY HOME TLACE CITY ITEMS Si NOTICE W JE i 3 I i e e la s I New Machinery AJNJD 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 f s 1 mlm for Stock For terms apply to the under Â¬ signed or T M French C F C C B R WALKER ja30 80 THE BEST OF o PRINTERS Citizen Tax Payers I do not wish to be considered harsh nor do I wish to spcculato on your delin Â¬ But I am constrained to tell you quency candidly who have not paid their taxes for the years 1877 and 1878 that unless the same is paid promptly I shall levy upon and sell your property Remember that the law allows fifty cents for every levy and six per cent additional all of which must be paid by the party owing Shall I make these costs or the taxes will you pay up and save it yourselves 1 mean business That a the question Respectfully B R WALKER Sheriff janl 3E R B Brevard STRAYIGD SOMETHING NEW WSHEiliif We Keep in Store a Well Selected Stock of SSGK3Hfca3ET3E3E 2 -- PRINTERS5 STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS TAKEN living 5 miles East of Hickman near UP AS STRAYS by J R Wea Â¬ Hardware Cutlery with crop and underbit in right and split in left ear but having no other marks or brands perceivable and which is apprais ed at the value of eight dollars Witness my band this 21st day of Feb Â¬ ruary 1880 Â¬ Mud Creek in Fulton county Ky on the 12th day of February labU Una White and Black Spotted COW and CALF Cow aged about 14 years both marked mch5 4w J W MAYES J P F C y - Farms for Sale obtained for new inventions or for im- Â¬ provements in old ones Caveats Trade Marks and all patent business promptly PATENTS 8tn90Pcr STOVES For Cards Circulars - Bill Heads attended to Inventions that have been rejected may still in most cases be patnted by us Being opposite the U S Patent Office and engaged in patent business exclusive- Â¬ ly we cau secure patents in less timo than those who are remote from Wash Â¬ ington and who must depend upon tho mails in all transactions with the Patent Tags Letter Heads Posters Envelopes Blanks n nummwv RESTAURANT charge Correspondence confidential prices low and no charge unless patont is obtained We refer te Hon Postmaster General D M Key Rev F D Powers to officials in the U S Patent Office and especially to our clients in every State of the Union and in Canada For special references terms advice c address Opposite Patent nov2l C A SNOW CO Office Washington D C Office When inventors send model or skotch wo make search in the Patent Office aud advise as to the patentability free of Ayers MairVigor It Etc Etc WE DUPLICATE SHILOIIS CATARRH REMEDY A marvelous cure for catarrh diptheri can- Â¬ ker mouth head ache With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector for the more successful treatment without extra charge Price 50 cts For sale by BUCK COWGILL Louisville or Nashville Prices AND GUARANTEE THE PRINT TO BE JUST AS GOOD tial citizen of Iowa City says I have bad Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for seve Â¬ ral years and have used every remedy without relief until 1 tried Shiloha Vi- Â¬ talizes which entirely cured me Price 75 cents COWGILL Sold by BUCK A Mother Grtcf The pride of a mother the life and joy of a home are her children hence her grief when sickness enters and takes thent away Take warning then that you aro running a terriblo risk if they havo a Cough Croup or Whooping Cough which lead to Consumption if you do not attend to it at ence SHILOIIS CONSUMPTION cure is guaranteed to cure them Priccr For lame baekr 10 cts 50 cents ane 1 side or chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster COWGILL Sold by BUCK 25 cts J G Tho Uest I Ever Knew Of Strrkey a prominent and influen Â¬ rnt Â¬ T THE fountain REMEMBER THAT YOUR Bill Heads Letter Heads Envelopes Etc will only cost you a fraction if any more printed on than as you now use them Make the calcula- Â¬ tion and give us a call MANHOOD HOW LOST HOW REST0R3D Best Â¬ AND ALL KINDS OF FANCY DONE IN THE LATEST STYLE AND FASHION PRINTING WE SOLICIT YOUR PRINTING JUST PUBLISHED a new edition of Dr CuVERwcLia Celebrated Ess at on tho rad ical cure without medicine of Spermator Â¬ rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Impotency Mental and Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar- j riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy Snrmai Kv alni1ii1nnH mm ml At c aexunl oxtravagance The celebrated author in this admir Â¬ able Essay clearly demonstrates from n thirty years successful practice that tho alarming consequences of self abuse may be radicnlly cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the applica Â¬ tion of the knife pointing out a mode of cure at once simple certain and effectual by means of which every sufferer no mat Â¬ ter wl at his condition may be may cure himself chcapley privately and radically g This Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land Sent under seal in a plain envelope to any address post paid on receipt of 6ix cents or two postage stamps Address the Publishers THE CULVEKWELL MEDICAL CO 41 Ann St New York P O Box 16S6 -- j - cr -t rrJiezzztt f jWOjVTT - - tt8iili- - f -- a f jECNa- - - v cu onr late unpleasant A RcminJwPiiro of Jen Scott How Ono evening during Iho curly drys of -- aai nn exhibition of Grammar Hcliuol No 44 in Now York City I rrriv tl Lite at the Epbool buililiug nnd found h vcrol dis Â¬ tinguished locking visitors on the plat Â¬ form of the hilL Among them was ono whom 1 nt once recognized by the ior lKiits had eecn of bini it was jVInjor General Scott the hero of the Iesicui war He vms in full reyinieuLils and Bat in an arm chair a little to the right of the center of tho stage a very rrand large man with snowy lisir and whis Â¬ th re wnstobo I kers He gave the most tLitterrig tho most rapt attention to the reading of eery composition to all the singing declaration every exhibition of skill however perfectly or impt rfeelly done The presence of so distinguished a visi tor stimulated some to do their liest while it scared others into doing their very worst It was on the whole how- Â¬ ever a brillLnut success After the exercises the president of our local board ot school othCLrs nppnncheu the Generals chair and said something to him We know he was asked to make a few remarks and wondered if ho would consent To our great delight there were evident signs of compliance the old hero commenced to rise One of the school officers approaching his chair on the opposite side offered to assist him He declined assistance but when the gentleman persisted and made an atÂ¬ tempt to take hold of his arm General Scott impatiently and imperatively put him aside Those near the platform beard him say I need no assistance no assistance enly give mo a littlo time The process of getting straight Â¬ ened up on the part of the General i as very slow bnt not a jerky or a trembling one and suggested rather a rheumatic infirmity than the stiffness of age though be must have been over seventy How immensely tall he seemed as be stretched bis majestic figure higher and higher un- Â¬ til be towered half a foot or mere above the men around him Then bo was in troduced to the children and the tumultuous applause of hundreds of Email hands greeted him from every part of the immense ball The applaiibe con tinned until the principal touched the belL The General waited until the Eflence was perfect and then he said in Youths and a clear ringing voieo maidens and for over a half hour be held forth in a majestic simplicity of style never io be forgotten by any boy or girl who heard him though there was nothingvery original about anything he said He praised and encouraged the rmpfls and aroused them to now effort He compared their educational advan tages to those of other binds and with those of tliis country fifty years ago It was in 6hort the prince of what children call goody speeches If Y Â¬ Â¬ -- Toms Cabin Came to be Written Mrs Jane G Swisshelm in her book entitled Half a Century gives the following account of tho origin of Mrs Swiss Uncle Toms Cabin helm giving on account of her first journey to Washington says I had letters to tho proprietor of tho Irving House where I took board Had others to CoL Benton Henry Clay and other great men but ho who most uueresieu mo was jur uamauei xumj cditor of the National Era The great want of an anti slaverv uauer at tho capital had been supplied by S3 sub Â¬ scriptions to a pubbcation fund and Dr Bailey called from Cincinnati tako charge of it and few men havo kept a charge with more care and skill He and the Era had just passed tho ordeal of a frightful mob in which he was conciliatory unyielding and victorious and ho was just then gravely anxious that tho Era should do yeoman service to the cause which had called it into Uncle life Tho Era had a largo circulation and high literary standing but Dr Bailey was troubled about the difficulty or iiniKJssibihty of procuring anti slavery tales filrs SLuthwortli was writing se Â¬ rials for it and ho had hoped that she a Southern woman with Northern prin- Â¬ ciples could weave into her stories pict ures or slavery which would call damag Â¬ ing attention to it but in this she had failed A Family Discussion on the Nihilists awl hocmaUcvs Mrs Fitzgoggles vouthful and pre- wifo of Prof Fitzgogglcs tho possessing T IUTZ NCHltOEIEH great classical scholar whom JUrs jb adores up to the gold rims of his eyo FASHIONABLE glasses with the discriminating adora- Â¬ of tho tion has been reading tho trial SHOE MAKEH AND Russian Nihilists For the first time in HOOT her life it ocenrs to her that it might bo SHOP North Weat corner of Moscow as well to understand tho meaning of tho East Hickman Ky term Nihilist Sho consults tho pro- - ami Troy Adelines eunranteed f i Satisfictin feasor over the soup Thisis how the niiijO goat OVSIIIS 25cts Lower than the Lowest have no clerk expens no store rent and pay cash for all toy Groceries nnd therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone Star Flour 25 cents cheaoer than the law est JOHN WITTING J A SPLENDID OFFER READ IT n I mscussion goes My deir who are these dreadful peo lj Â¬ Â¬ Graphic New and Stale Bread The nature of the difference between now and stale bread is far from being known It is only lately that the cele Â¬ brated French chemist Bonssingault instituted an inquiry into it from which it results that the oUflerence is not tht crmseguence of desiccation the cooling- of tho bread - H we take fresh bread into the cellar or in any place where it cannot dry the inner part of the loaf it is true is found to be crumby hut the crust has become soft and is no longer brittle If stale bread is taken lack into the ovon again it asÂ¬ sumes all the qualities of fresh baked lircady although an the hot oven it must undoubtedly nave lost part of its mois Â¬ ture M Bonssingault lias made a fresh loaf of bread the subject of minute in vestigation and the results are anytbiug but uninteresting New bread in it smallest parth is so soft clammy flexihlt and glutinous in consequence of the starch during the process of fermenting Â¬ but solely ol Anti slavery tales anti slavery talcs was what the good doctor wanted Tem Â¬ perance had its story writer in Arthur If only abolition had a go4j writer of edu Â¬ fiction ono who could cate the young He knewi but one pen able to write what bo wanted and alas the finances of the Era could not command it If only he could I gage Mrs Stowe I had not heard i her and he explained that she was the daughter of Lyman Beecher I wa3 sur- Â¬ prised and exclaimed A daughter of Lyman Beecher write alobtion stories Saul among the prophets I I reminded tho doctor that Presi Â¬ dent Beecher and Prof Stowe had broken up the theological department of Lane Seminary by suppressing the anti slavery agitation raised by Theo dere Weld a Kentucky student and threw their influence against disturbing the Congregational churclies witn the new fanaticism that Edward Beecher invented tho organic sin devil behind which churches and individuals took refuge when called upon to come up to the help of the Lord against the mighty But Dr Bailey 6aid he knew them personally and that despite their public record they were at heart anti slayery and that prudence alono dictat Â¬ ed their course Mrs Stowe was a graphic itory teller had been in Kentucky taken in the situation and could describe the peculiar institution as no one else could If he could only enlist her tho whole family would most likcly follow into tho abolition ranks but the bounty money alas where could he raise it Where there is a will there is a way and it was but a few months after that conversation when Dr Bailey forwarded 109 to Mrs Stowe as a retaining fee for her services in the cause of the slave and lo the result Uncle Toms Cabin As it progressed he sent her another and then another 100 Was ever money sc well expended intBd ple tho Nihilists The professor sniffs something and adÂ¬ justs his glasses Tho Nihilists my love Yes my darling Theyaro Bussian revolutionists my dear I know that stupid Then why did you ask for informa- Â¬ tion that yon already possessed Why wul you be so provoking I want to know who they are T have already told you acou told me notlnng They shoot and stab people dont they and blow up palaces and railway trains and all that sort of thing Exactly Mrs Fitzgoggles Well is that why they give them such a funny name Jntnnyl I see nothing funny m tho name Good gracious Fitzgogglcs Youd vex a saint Or a ahem fallen angel Thank you sir Youre in a charm- Â¬ ing humor this ovening I ask a simple question a very simple question and receive n characteristic reply But what do you wish to know my ove Root titul Shoe Maker HICKMAN KENTUCKY Â¬ H P Fethe illiffl rfi r 101 oniflB 1 Lidics and Gents boots and shoes nnde Inlo or ler and in I lie latest fashion visible patches put on wheih Inst longer than when sewed All I ask is a trial Shop next door lo Cily Barber Shop feb7 7U John G Griffin ISC e roll ant Tailor BUTTERICKS JUST of latest Fall and Winter Fashions nnd a large lot of samples of French English an A German goods G nilcmen are invited to call and ex sept26 i t HAS RECEIVED Lage PIGSFEET - ami Beer Saloon The Courier Job Printing Office is the best appointed I cannot deprive himself of without being likely to Jose 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Mfhly commanded lishes exposures of the various humbugs br ttzn and the analnU of our most promlottft and swindlers that prey upon the people chemist Prof O A MARINER in Chicago I on tho with their artful schemes These expos- Â¬ label of mrr bottle It Unit known to the medical profession that TOLIT BOCK and BYE will afford th ures save lens of thousands of dollars to createet relief for Cough Golds Influenza Bronohltt ptlonln th In its readers every year Throat Weak Lund alio Intent iiul ulvanjwl rtjfe With all its splendid features and an make Ueed u a BKVKRAOK and APPETIZER daUzhUnl tonlo forfamllrnea I pleaaaat to take U outlay of over 25000 a year in collect- Â¬ weakerdehUlUtadlt crre tone actlrlrr and itrenxtb ing and preparing information engrav- Â¬ to the whole human frame ings etc the circuUfion is so large that XX by unprincipled deal ViLU Xpalm off upon rou Bock and Rr In it is supplied to subscribers post paid r wrio try to 1 claee of onr TOLU BOOK AND RYE which I M for only 100 each year th onlrmedlcated article made CAcrerralirthaT The CounirR will he greatly improved during the ensuing yearr infill furnish all the local news notices of meetings assessments tax nnd oiher salcsrmsrkels etc etc giving information that every resident of this counly ought lo have and EfOLltl SURE CURE 1 1J MILLERS old slnnl Clinton street OYSTERS BOLOGIfESirtT p Mi The Cheese Crncfcers etc specialties best of Cipnr3and Tobacco rni wiiTi I ons dextrine that by mastication it is with greater dilhculty separated one reduced to smaller pieces and in its emallest parts is less under the influence of the saliva and digestive juices It consequently forms itself into hard balls by careless and hasty mastication and deglutition becomes coated over by saliva and slime and in thi3 state enters the stomach The gastric juice being unable to penetrate such hard masses and ltcing scarcely able even to act upon the surface of fhem they frequently remain in the stomach unchanged and like foreign bodies irritate and incom mode it inducing every species of suffer Â¬ ing oppression of tho stomach pain hi the chest disturbed circulation of the blood congestions and pains in the bead irritation of the brain and inflammation npopleptic attacks cramp and delirium The Miller Â¬ Siliiiijcii ibgedinto mucilagiii- - A glass bottle so focused tho suns ravs in Alyth Scotland as to set fire to a Louse Heaor In the Printing Office There is one species of secrecy that relating to tho careful supervision of confidential public documents books printed for secret societies and the au Â¬ thorship of articles or pamphlets as al Â¬ ready referred to which lias been most honorably maintained When treaties are prematurely published in newspapers the copy is obtained from some leaky or venal official and not from any of the printers who set up or work off tie origÂ¬ inal A case of this kind occurred a year or two ago wherein a convention be- Â¬ tween this country and another power was revealed to one of the eveningnews- In the Foreign Office atwhite- there is a regular staff of printers always at work and if these men liked they might let out secrets of the most momentous kind any one of which would perhaps in these davs of journal- Â¬ istic competition be worth a few hun dred pounds But such a dereliction of duty has never yet occurred it was a clerk and not a compositor who beÂ¬ trayed his trust Most honorable to the profession is the story of Harding the printer who bravely bore imprisonment rather than reveal the authorship of the celebrated Drapier letters The printer sat in his cell calmly refusing the entreaties of his friends to divulge tho nomo of the writer Dean Swift a church magnate and a great wit who dressed himself in the disguise of a low Irish peasant and Bat by listening to the noble refusal and the tender importunities only anxious that no word or glance from the unfortunate printer should reveal the secret Swift was bent solely upon securing his own safely at the expense of the printer he cowered before the legal danger which Harding boldly confronted The world has unequally allotted tho meed of fame to the two combatants The wit and the printer both fought tho battle for the liberty of the press until the sense of an outraged community released the typographer from the peril so nobly en- Â¬ countered There is also tho allegiance which printers pay to their chief in not diÂ¬ vulging important intelligence In some cases a compositor is necessarily in- Â¬ trusted with an item of news wliich would be negotiable immediately and worth pounds to him Seldom or ever is there a letrayal of trust in this way The examination papers printed so ex Â¬ tensively in London are of the most tremendous importance to certain classes who would pay almost any sum to obtain the roughest proof the night before An instance of thi3 kind ocÂ¬ curred quite recently A printer was got at and promised a considerable amount of money for a rough proof He What was his courso of action simply informed the authorities and tho icinpter was punished It was another viiii a creditable example of how well and honorably kept arc the secrets of tho printing ojlice Â¬ Â¬ i What a question to ask Have I not o- io already told you And have I not already answered No I want to know why Russians who shoot and stab and blow up palaces and tilings are called Nihilists DEALERS IX They ore not called Nihilists because tliey shoot and stab and blow up I might call you a Nihilists at that rate STOVES TINWARE- r Mr Fitzgoggles dont try to be sar castic H you must be a Russian you j Headquarlcrsfnr all kinds of Joh Work Good workmen employand Repairing needn t bo a bear jyll must be a woman you neednt ed and the best of material used If you bo a tartar There there Well Til 3E 3E rJX tell you if youll only listen Thank yon sir the information i3 not of tho sughtest consequence Butlinsist A woman should not remain in ignorance WILL SELL I110MB PLACEMEN A nice match I made in marrying a reasonable terms lying one ourth of dictionary Court lionse an souin The embodiment of all wisdom my mile town ofwesfoTjina embrncingabbnt Hlckman the ft love r FORTY TWO SU QZJE HALF ACRE Yes bound in calf of land nearly all finder fence with Josephine TT LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING Ha ha ha Madam you seem to enjoy your own fir and Stables wit excessively It is pleasant to see pood Cistern selected fruityoung bearing good Garden Orchard of that some one enjoys it spot and good lots of never failing water You seem to enjoy it vastly for Stock My dear it is a waste of time to signed or T ror terms apply to the unde Q3R KXk Jl French GFCTCil argue or explain with a woman B R WALKER ja30 80 That is why you men always try to escape Well then what is tho meaning of tho word Nihilist Citizen Tax Payers Since you condescend to ask in an I do not wish to be considered harsh intelligent manner I will try to explain though I fear the explanation will never nor do I wish lo speculate on your delinget into your pretty head A Nihilist quency but I am constrained to tell you mv love is a person who belives in uotli- - candidly who hnve not paid their taxes tr for the years 1877 and 1878 that unless ing the same is paid promptly I shall levy In nothing Absolutely nothing and is resolved upon and sell your property Remember ilJ that the law allows fifty cent for overy on destroying everything that is How shocking Then why arc so levy and six per cent additional all of which must be paid by tho party owing many women Nihilists Kissing in Paris Shall I make these costs or Upon my soul I cant understand the taxes At a party of young people in Paris unless it bo that women understanding will you pay up and saTO it yourselres conversation happened to turn on the nothing naturally believe in nothing That is the question 1 mean business Respectfully subject of kissing and the question was Ha ha ha Store Keep Selected Stock of B R WALKER Sheriff propounded who of the young men janl Quite truo my dear They believe present could boast of having given or in men being able to give bis girl the most Tho prof cssor collapses t Various were the replies this kisses rriAKEN UP AS STRAYS by J R Wea- I question called out Finally a young I ver living 5 miles East of Hickman Tho Oleander man and the girl to whom hs- - was be near Mud Creek in Fulton county Ky trothed bet 200 francs that they could This beautiful plant when under on the 12th day of February 1880 One kiss 10000 times in ten hours provided proper culture is truly a gem among White and Black Spotted COW and CALF they would be allowed to take an oc-Â¬ flowers The best way to root cuttings Cow aged about 14 years both marked Two persons is in a bottle of rain water set in the with crop and undcrbit in right and split casional glass between were appointed a committee to count the window Tho cnttings should be no in left ear but having no other marks or number of kisses and the work began deeper in tho water than half way up to brands perceivable and which is apprais During the first hour they counted 2000 the second joint nnd when the rootlets ed nt the value of eight dollars kisses During the second hour the cet to be half an inch long carefully put i itness my hand this 21st day of Feb Â¬ kisses were not nearly as numerous for in rich sandy loam Alter the plant ruary lb80 tho committee only counted 1000 blooms cut back to within a foot or mch5 4w J W MAYES J P F C o After tho third hour during which tlioy fifteen inches of the ground when three managed to score but 1750 further branches will come out let them grow operations were brought to a sudden until it again blossoms after which cut standstill The lips of the young man them all back about six inches from tho obtained for new inventions or for im- Â¬ I were seised with a cramp and he was main stalk and every time it blooms re- Â¬ provements in old ones Caveats Trade carried off in a fainting condition Tho peat cutting back and in a few years a Marks and all patent business promptly girl a few days later was stricken with very beautiful plant will bo the result attended to Inventions that have been rejected may brain fever When the people who had with proper care it will grow mora still in most cases be patented by us U v won the bet demanded their money the beautiful with age Being opposite the U S Patent Office parents of the girl refused to pay her and engaged in patent business exclusiveshare of it The matter was then taken can secure time of night to tho courts there it was decided that to Tins is a nice said a mother for vou ly wetboso who are patents in less time it remote from Wash to her than be coming in the bet must be paid daughter who returned from a wnlk at inglon and who must depend upon the 10 oclock When I was like yon con- Â¬ mails in all transactions with the Patent Fob applying to wounds mado by re Â¬ tinued she my mother would not allow Office moving large limbs in pruning fruit rno out later than 7 oclock When inventors send model er sketch Oh you trees nothing is better than gum shellac had a nica sort of a mother murmured we make search in the Patent Office and dissolved in alcohol to the consistency of the girl to the patentability free I had you youug jade a advise as Correspondence confidentialof paint aicer mother than over you had said charge prices low and no charge unless patent is ihe mother obtained Growth of the Earth We refer to Hon Postmaster General v Big Elms in New England The millions of aerolites descending D M Key Rev F 1 Powers to officials wTr In Deerfield Mass the Williams elm upon the earth as an everlasting shower in the U S Patent Office and especially 1 i measures in circumference at one foot over nil its surfaco prove that the earth iu uur cucuis m everj ouue ui iuu union from the ground 2G feet at four feet is growing tho gradual rise of its oceans and in Canada For special references 19 feet at seven feet 20 feet prove the fact and tho great truth is also terms advice c address Another elm measures at the same demonstrated by the bottoms of all C A SNOW CO 18 and 19 feet elevations 27 these oceans according to their various Opposite Patent Office Washington DC Another measures 22J 15 and 13 nov21 constantly getting filled up by Ef T v This last named tree has a spread of 100 depths formations In short the uniprimary feet The Williams elm measures in its versal law of terrestrial growth is de- Â¬ A SHILOHB CATARRH REMEDY spread at least 150 feet monstrated by every shell upon tho marvelous cure for catarrh diptheri cn At Weatliersfield Ct there is an elm shore which by its formation is just ker mouth head ache With each bottle nrhich measures at three feet and three that much permanently added to the there is an ingenious nasal injector for DUPLICATE inches from the ground 21 feet 5 inch- Â¬ bulk But sinking into the bowels of the more successful treatment without es Tho girth of this tree whero tho tho earth as deep as man can reach extra charge 50 cts Price For sale by roots enter the ground is 55 feet G inch- Â¬ proves the growth of the earth far more BUCK COWGILL great trees in strongly than all the facts and words es Ite main limbs are The Best I Ever Knew or themselves Thus the circumference of aro available on the momentous J Q Strrkey a prominent a ml influen- Â¬ the bouth branch is 16 feet 8 inches of which no matter how far down tial citizen of Iowa City says I have had the east branch 11 feet 6 inches north- question for descent was once the west 10 feet 8 of the west 8 feet 7 every inch of thelow may now bo out Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for seveAND GUARANTEE THE PRINT TO BE JUST AS GOOD surfacehowever it From north to south the diameter of the of sight by the accumulation of creative ral years and have used every remedy without relief until I tried Sbilohs Vspread is 150 feet from east to west increase over it since the time Thus 152 feet and the circumference of the so far as we have been enabled to pene italizes which entirely cured me Price COWGILL Sold by BUCK 75 cents Bprcad is 429 feet Hartfud Times trate and tho rule holus good over overy T part of its surfaco wo find tho strata A 3Iollier drier lying The pride of u mother the life and joy The best soil for sweet potatoes is n however deep we may descend allformaof a borne are her children hence her sandy loam If sand largely predomi- Â¬ as to time in tho order of their nates they will flourish if well manured tion They can not be otherwise as no grief when sickness enters and takes them New ground or virgin soil is especially convulsions of nature could reverse the away Take warning then that you are favorable for tins crop It is the com- Â¬ position of ono stratum by fuperimpos running a terrible risk if tbey havo a Cough Cough which mon practice to sow tmckwheat on new mgit upon another If we sink down lead to Croup or Whooping do not attend Consumption if you laud for the first crop and then to plant through the strata to the depth of say to it at once SHI LOUS CONSUMPTION An a thousand yards we pass tlirough the sweet potatoes for the second is guaranteed to cure them Price abundant crop is the general result In works of several geological epochs the cure For lame hack 10 cts 50 cents ano THAT YOUR a heavy loam the vines grow luxuriantly first one that on which the drift of tho side or chest use Sbilohs Porous Plaster but the tubers are generally small rooty deluge rests tho latest formation the 25 cts Sold by BUCK COWGILL and of inferior quality In clayey soil next if in the sulking there is no miss- Â¬ ing link a step in time earlier and so sweet potatoes will not thrive on in succession until wo reach the low- Â¬ est stratum at the depth mentioned tho In pome parts of Germany instead of oldest one in tho series Thero it is just HOW LOST HOW REST0R3D smolting meat to preservo it it is hung where it was deposited then on tho sur- Â¬ JUSr PUBLISHED a new up in a dry well ventilated room and face of tho earth perhaps more than edition of Dr Culverwells Â¬ painted oer with wood vinegar pyro 1000000 years ago while all the others Celebrates Essay on the rad ligucous acid an acid distilled over have been in latter timcs superimposed ical curt without medicine of Spermator Â¬ when wood is burned in air tight stoves in their respective geological epochs up rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary or any other place where there is not to the surface There is another such Seminal Losses Impotency Mental and freo access of atmospheric air Tho epochal formation going on and getting Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar painting threo or four times nith this thicker under all oceans since tho pres- riagc etc also Consumption Lpilepsy vinegar answers every purpose of smok Â¬ ent continental features of the globe and fits induced by self indulgence or ing It protects tha meat from insects arose which will yet be dry land and sexual extravagance c fungi and putrefaction will bo the latest formation for tho geolThe celebrated author in this admir Â¬ ogists of the remote future Colburnt able Essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty years successful practice that the Magazine Loretl Another nlarroing consequences of self abuse may Fanny Fuld was ono of the beauties of John Dodobeb a one legged man be radically cured without the dangerous Baltimore Sho married Eli Elias a whilo collecting funds in Easton Pa to use of internal medicine or the applicawealtby young merchaut and tho wed buy an artificial leg met with an old tion of the kniie pointing out a mode of cure at once simple certain and effectual ding was a great social event in that sweetheart and they were married AND ALL KINDS OF by means of which every sufferer no mat- Â¬ city A few mouths ago after bix months ter what his condition may be may cure of seeming hapiiiness the wifo confessed Otn Bull will summer as usual in himself cheapley privately and radically to her husband that she was in love with figf This Lecture should be in the hands another man He said at once that they Norway and will have as guests Emma of every youth and every man io the land must part and though sho beffeed liard Thnrsbv and laurico Strakosch Sent under seal in a plain envelope to to stay with him promising the utmost DONE IN THE LATEST STYLE AND FASHION post paid on rircumspection of conduct he inbisted JIost peoplo n e like eggs too full of any address postage stamps receipt of six cents or two upon casting her off She grew despond tlifinsehcs to hold anything else Address tho Publishers ent and wroto imploring letters to him Bread is now being made from new THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO but ho would not see her At last eho com in Northern Texas 41 Ann St New York P 0 Box 4580 lias committed suicide I l MM WMt 0 Â¬ TttJJSL JOB 1AWKEXCE Si MAltTTN Proprietory 111 Mndlaon Street CUcOfffe your fWTtt vrour SraeTzlatrot ttl tar Aelc your- - Wlae alereluuit for-- It Children aalt your Mamma for ft XT tnz a GOVERNMENT STAMP on each botUa I frci i DKTTBOISTS GROCERS OBt BT rjwaer i na OFFICE New Presses in Southern Kentucky or Western Tennessee I JJL i O Ms Typet Uiili WIi Warms Illabete Urinary We are happy to announce tha we have made arrangements to furnisbyjo iCjMJw subscribers ItOTH the Courier the American Agricultural for theVlIirn sum of only S2 C3 a year both post paid which is but a trifle over five cents a Who will not smoke one cigar Jess week a week or save five cents from some other needless expenditure if necessary to constantly supply himself and family with both of these journals Remember only 2C5 pays for the Courier and the American Agriculluiul both sent post paid tor a whole year tlease tell your neigh bors of thisv Send in your subscriptions at ones The American Agriculturist is just entering its 38ih annual volume and now is th time to subscribe ni And Still Better The publishers of the American AgriculÂ¬ turist have secured Marshalls new large magnificent Steel IMate Tub Farmers Pbioe one of the finest works of this great artist whose pictures of Washing- Â¬ ton and Lincoln are of world wide repu- Â¬ So fine is this new work that Mr tation Marshall received 3000 for engraving the steel ptate alone It was so highly valued that thirty good judges subscribed 25 each for 20 copies of the first or artist proofs and no copy of the picture can be bought for less than 500 But the publishers of the American Ag- Â¬ riculturist have just secured the Plate ana having large facilities Xer multiplying it they propose to present this Splendid Engraving on fine Plate paper 22x28 delivered post paid to every subscriber for volume 38 of that Journal who send 20 cents extra to cover cost of packing mailing and postage on the engraving Subscribers can secure through this office the Courier and the American Agriculturist both post paid for one year and also delivered free a copy of the above- named Steel Plate Engraving that will be a great adornment lo every home ALI TI1REB for only 285 Safe Kidney and Liver Core f ivrmcnv jjr irour journey ciirr vegetable preparation and tbe only nro A remedy In the world ftr Bright Disease OATTeatlmonUls of the niches order In proof und AIlt Kidney Urer and uucawi New Machinery of these statements the cere of Diabetes call for Woiw neraSafe Dlabetea Cure and the other ote For tbe core of Hrlchta diseases call for Warner Hate Kidney sFor Â¬ and Id ver Core WARNERS SAFE BITTERS It U the best Blood Pnrifler and stimulates every function to more beulthful action and cer U thus a bneflt In all diseases It cures Serofaloos and other Sldn Krnp lion and Diseases Including Cancers Ul - THE BEST OF PEINTEES and other Sores Dyspepsia weakness or tnesiomarn Coaill nation Ulzalnea General Debllla Ity etc are cured by tho Bare Bitters It aneqnaled as an appetizer and regular tonic Bottles of two sizes prices sec and 8100 cures Qulekly gives Â¬ WARNERS SAFE NERVINE Best and Sleep to the sufferingHcadathe and Xenralgla preventsÂ¬ relieve Merron Pros Epileptic Fit and by excessive drink tration brought on and other causes over work mental shocks Â¬ Tliereforo JSSYSlH tnrbed Nerves it never injures the system whether taken In small or lane doses Bottles of two sizes prices 09c and 100 Powerful as It is to stop pain and soothe dTs u I Torpid UTtr Are an Immediate and active stimulus for a and cure CoitlvcsefiDrippila Bll- uur UTUBII suuu Frrtr TlkM MalarU and Ago and should be used whenever the bowels do not operate freely and regularly K lMr rUto nqeln mm ml cm far Uirogti WARNERS SAFE PILLS I tIIK mk rrin 2i Cts H u-- We in a Well rlilMSLSl HMkr DranU la EcudJM - PRINTERS- STATIONERY OF -- EOCHESTEB H Y tT7S4 for PsmpltUt sna TwiMoiui rrra Miner Co Iroprfctar DMkr All ha 1 KINDS Â¬ fjEHJAUn UHiMEKt rftnTCar ea and never Disappoints Tht wferlda groat Paia RelleTor for Has and Seast Oieap crnlelc asreHabl PITCHERS CASTOEIAisnot Children grow Hit npen Mothers like and Physi clais recommend CASTOKEA the It legnlates allaysBowels cures Feverishness Wiid Colic and destroys Worms PATENTS For Cards Â¬ Circulars Bill Heads Letter Heads Tags Ppstersf Uacotlc Jr -i fJOEnvelopes - Blanks Â¬ Etc Etc LATEST IXTEXTIOJf IX USE FUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Within tbe last few years there ha been expended a great deal of inventive thought and genius upon what may prop- Â¬ erly be classed as household articles tho most noted results of which are the pro- Â¬ duction of the sewing machine the wring- Â¬ er the washing machine the cirpet e sweeper Almost every week we chronicle the advent of some new inven- Â¬ tion by which the cares and labors of housekeepers are lessened and womans work made eaier The newest thing to challenge onr at Â¬ tention and gladden tbe h irt of the housekeeper i what is called the Novel ly Brush Holder Carpet Stretcher ana Sweeper a very simple conlrivanee da signed io firmly hold in position any kind of a brush or duster having an exten Â¬ sion handle that enables one to wash er dust windows walls or ceilings without the aid of a step ladder That is one of its conveniences and it is also one of tha best carpet sweepers iu the market hold- Â¬ ing tbe brush firmly at an angle cleans the carpet thoroughly raises no dust and does not wear the carpet lik tho ordinary broom or brush and will outwear a half dozen brooms As a han dle for the scrubbing brush it is thCCCst device ever made no more kuetng on the floor no more back aches or sore fingers As a carpet stretcher it is worth its cost as a carpet of any size can be laid evenly without any of the labor and vexation usually attending such work It is strong simple thoroughly made cannot get out of order has no screws lever or hinges is compact cheap and durable Co It is manufactured by Brown Cincinnati the well known manufactur- Â¬ ers of useful household articles and is sold only by their agents to housekeepers The real utility of this article will at once be seen by those most interested and we predict for it a large sale Every housekeeper in the land will want one Any reliable lady or gentleman wish Â¬ ing remunerative employment would do well to secure tbe agency for this county which can be done by enclosing a stamp for descriptive circular and ttrms to BROWN CO O Grand Hotel Building Cincinnati Louisville or Nashville Prices tisfaPrsssssssr 1 Sffy STANLEY IN AFRICA Written chiefly by himself Th latest and best and only authentic and satis Â¬ factory low pricid volume published BEATS THE WORLD TO SELL COO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Has ove -- large octavo pages GOillustrations - Price terms sarsa Is scomponnd of tho virtues of yellow mrila stilUngia mandrake tlool with the Iodide of potash and iron till pwerf ul blood making life sustaining elements It is the hurest safost and moat effectual altentivo available io the public The scicces of medicine and chemistry havo nevi produced a remedy so potent to curdall diseases resultiug from impure blofl It cures Scrofula and all A sCLTATnPO1 Address at once 6m 250 outfit S100 Bes Â¬ dli CO H S GOODSPEED New York or Cincinnati REMEMBER THE SUN 1879 NEW YORK 1879 As the time approaches for the renewal of subscriptions Tiik Sun would remind its friends and wellwishers everywhere that it is again a candidate fer their con- Â¬ sideration and support Upon Its record for the past ten years it relies for a con- Â¬ tinuance ofthe hearty sympathy and gen- Â¬ erous co operation which have hitherto been extended to it from every quarter of tbe Union The Daily Sun is a four page sheet of 28 columns price by mail post paid 65 cents a month or 6 50 per year The Sunday edition of The Sox is an eight page sheet of 5Q columns While giving the news of the day it also con taius a large amount of literary and mis- Â¬ cellaneous matter specially prepared for it Tue Sunday Sun has met with great success Post paid 1 20 a year THE WEEKLY SUN Who does not know The Weekly Sux It circulates throughout the United States the Canada and beyond Ninety thou Â¬ sand families greet its welcome pages weekly and regard it in the light of Its news guide counsellor and friend editorial agricultural and literary de- Â¬ partments make it essentially a journ for the family and tbe fireside Terms One Dollar a year post paid Tbispriea quality considered makes it the cheaper For clubs of tan newspaper published with S10 cash wo will send an extracopy free Address PUDLISHFB OF THE SUN NY Cily 1 I MANHOOD Bill Heads Letter Heads Envelopes Etc will only cost you a fraction if any more printed on than as you now use them Make the calculation and give us a call scrJfulous diseases Erysipelas Itds or St Anthonys Fire Pim pts and Fnce grubs Pustules Botches Bolls TTumors Tetter Iiimors Salt Rhcuin Scald head ISns worm Ulcers Sores Rheu- Â¬ ou matism Mercurial Disease rtlglu Femalo Weaknesses and Irregularities Jaundice Affections of the Idvcr Dyspepsia Emacla ton rtnd General Debility purges out tlsit contarainato tho foul corruptions tho blood and ennso vihich Bv its searching and cleansing quali d rangement and decay It stimulates tlo vital functions restores and pro stnes health and infuses now lifo and itgor throughout tho whole system lo sirferer from any disease of tho blood ho will give AYEItS li cd despair Sui vrAitiLLA a fair trial It ia folly to experiment with tho nu nerous low priced mixtures without Medicinal virtues offered as whilo disease becomes more firmly seated Avkks SARSAruuiXA ia a mediÂ¬ cine otsuch concentrated curativo power that it W by far tho best cheapest and most reliable blood purifier known Physicians know its composition and prcscribo it It lias bean widely used for forty years and has won tho unquali Â¬ fied confidence of millions whom it has blood-puri-ibrs I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W1BBI2T sZGaSS BMi SEim s FANCY PRINTING benefited PREPARED BY DR J C AYER SOLD CO Â¬ WE SOLICIT TOUR PRINTING Practical nnd Analytical Chemists Lowell Mass 1V ALT UCCCCIST5 EVErTWnEM- - Kold lj- - C A ITOLCOMIIE