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BBSS r T PASSING SMILES E PCBUSHID XVXST FEIDAT BY GEORGE W AJRIfcElV niCKSAX KT OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING CLINTON STREET THE HICKMAN i T MS COURIE Jgs world is Qy The person who does nothing in thia Mabriaoe makes the man the woman was maid before A Western paper informs its readers that its candidate for Congress slings the most eloquent lip of man m the State ness terribly dull considering the state of the markets Kingston Freeman The farmer sowed the golden grain And sewed the farmers dsughter with her a charming episode Ohio wives It is said that Now that is own housework For soon shod soda water A down town physician reports busi Â¬ GEOKGK Editor S3 GCJio Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentuclcy 17 1880 do their Irico of Sibsoription TWO ESTABLISHED 1859 IIVES They pla jed together all the Hrelonff days When sonny inmmcr reveled mid the ncrweraj Their lira crew tangled like the leaf Tinea That weare their anna about aorae latticed boim t They strolled together by the leaf fringed crore When sjlran choir were preluding the day And walked adown the gloomy leaf brown aisles Load echoing to aome I entire songsters lay And oft when night with days red amber lit The atari that hung In silence In the sky They listened to the dew damp breeze that lulled The fields and deemed It sad yet knew not why The years sped on and youth unfolded aS Its petal Tlrtnes and now manhood tires The buds of wisdom which the twain reveal Within the rase of their own noble llTes They parted at the college gate and one With slow paced tread and down turned misty eye WaXed lonely down the shade tinged Tale of life And one went sadly home in peace to die White lilies floated on the rippled pools And daisies whitened every waring glade A surpllred stranger bent abore a grave With many wreaths and left them there to fade Jmf ALL FOR TJIE BEST bright dreams Shelah i m And 13 this to be the end of all my Have you only no time but the present and led me on making me believe you cared friend but self And as the poet says for me until you forced from me a con-Â¬ may be true and I hope it is That deatn will end this pain fession of my love that you might add That on the shores of another world another to your long list of conquests I will beliaRDTaffaln And feel with the fullest love and pride I biew you to be selfish and proud but The olden golden joy did not believe you capable of this I That came of trusting in women and God But I will not censure you if your con- Â¬ Ere lore was a broken toy science does not I love you too well for And he went forth into the world mat again unchanged in outward appear And the speakers eyes rested with a ance except that he was colder prouder loving pitying glance upon the dark and more cynical than before And he handsome face by his side plunged into all the pleasures and dissi Â¬ Shelah Fortescue did not meet this pations with a recklessness that bor Â¬ look but stood with downcast eyes dered on nervously pulling to pieces a geranium had always desperation Elmer Boyston been a great believer if the leaf she had just plucked words are not too sonorous and too ear In average faces the power of expres- Â¬ nest to be applied to his very inconse- Â¬ sion is pretty evenly divided among the quent views upon any and every subject leading features but Shelah Fortescues in the philosophy of Let us live in eyes seemed to monopolize it It would the present and to this was added have been hard to find a sweeter mouth firm belief in destiny or fate as he usu-a Â¬ when the eyes were smiling it would ally called it He believed that a per Â¬ have been difficult to match the delicate sons life was marked out for them upon outline of the face or the exquisite chis- Â¬ their entrance into this world and noth Â¬ eling of every feature Nothing could ing could change or deviate them from be more finished than the contour and the course Ho was reckless to the ut pose of the high bred little head or the most stretch of recklessness all serious wealth of raven hair by which it was and quiet though his daily surmounted But from all these the att- and though he forced himselfmonnei a by ention-was withdrawn when the dark strong wfll to a languor mysterious eyes flashed upon the spec- in keeping withsubdued and dullthe pent his former life tator a look in which all their expres ap passton winun would breac out occa- Â¬ sional power was concentrated Eyes a like those might suggest that they would sionally in a sudden burst of anger express too much unless they were under nudnight debauch or worse still anot table sitting at a remarkable control by weir owner nfrequentgained the tho gaming among reputation He had But this they were for Shelah Fortescuo the boys of his set as being the most could when she chose express more in His word was la one glance from those dark dreamy dare devil of the lot was upon any par eyes than most women would in half an among them when it question of dress ticular style hours conversation But now those etiquette Heofhad but or commend a to eyes were half concealed by the long jet of new lashes and you could only tell that she of kind to wine or smoke a new brand cigars make them popular and had heard the deep impassioned words ad- Â¬ style dressed to her by the impatient manner only to adopt a peculiaragony or color of in which she tossed away the leaf oho cravat to make it the held in her hand tut was he happy had he fonnd in Shelan he said after waiting in this life the happiness without which No never vain for a reply can you give me no therecanbenooontentment hepe no promise that may serve as a since that evening when he parted with Shelah Fortescue had he known tho goal in the race of life Ah darling iLtjjc word meaning you with your cold proud nature can Â¬ true before him of thather voice Her to came not comprehend how deep nnd lasting is was even when ever surrounded by gay com- Â¬ my love for you I know I have little to him panions and when tossincr upon his bed offer you now in return for the love I in vain trying to compose himself ask but can you not promise me that and sleep it was there always He sometime in the future I care not how to cursed nirnsplf for his folly and tried to far distant that time may be if I should believe that she spoke truly when she bring a name one which men honor that The dream to lay at your feet you would then ac Â¬ said moment knew is doneone but atword kind that cept my love know my life has been very I water one of idleness and folly up to the pres- Â¬ from her would still the troubled of hissouL ent time but it was because there was nothing to stimulate me to follow the If death should overtake yon Ere yon hear my last Ood speed higher and nobler walks of life and I And friends should all forsake yon simplv followed where my idle inclina Â¬ In your darkest hour of need Ton know III nerer chide you tions icd But with such a prize as your Ah I win nerer blame love in view there is nothing I would Though other tongues deride yot not do or dare 111 think kindly of your name And as he ceased speaking almost un Â¬ When friendly tears cease flowing And your requiem haa been said consciously he attempted to take her And when the grass is growing hand She drew back hastily and for On your cold and silent bed When dearest friends forget you he first time spoke and her word came The ones you held moat dear Tc say in clear measured tones Declare they nerer met you that I am surprised would but indiner I will shed for you one tear ently express what I feel at this mo- Â¬ We wfll avail ourselves of the privi ment Elmer When you first men Â¬ ge accorded to authors and ask our tioned this subject I supposed you were inter- Â¬ estlug but since you have assumed readers to step with us across the which such a tragic style must either think vening space of three years Shelah you are really in earnest or that you elapsed between the parting ofand tho Fortescue and Elmer Boyston have been cast for a disappointed lovers part one of the fierce ones you know present time It is an unpretending little cottago in some private theatricals and that you take this opportunity of rehearsing that stands somewhat back from the publio street its porch surrounded by your part If I am correct in my latter me assure you that if my clinging honeysuckle vines whose blos Â¬ 6urmiselet soms shed a delicate aroma upon the criticism is worth anything the piece ovening air reminding Elmer Boyston will be a complete success as far as your as ho stood leaning against one of the acting is concerned pillars of the porch of that never-to-bAnd she laughed a low musical laugh as she toyed with a chased gold bracelet forgotten evening long ago when it seemed to him that all the light and joy upon her shapely wrist Shelah how can you speak so lightly of his life hail been extinguished And of a subject which to me is the most se- Â¬ as he slowlv reviewed the past and thought how little there was in life worth rious of my life Has not my untiring living for it seemed to him that tho devotion to you for months past been tes had been doubly severe in thus axiomatic proof of my love 7 sorrc Yes Eimer your attentions have cleckering his life with suchwhen u out been somewhat pointed and on several and then lengthening it was unbeara occasions you have been uncommonly seemed that that sorrow Was not an early death ho ble sentimental for one of your matter-of-fadisposition but I did not suppose tbought preferable to remaining long in for a moment tliat these little bursts of k career mingled with sorrow andjret sentiment would culminate in anything and growing old in disappointJQptid Wild wicked thoughts rose in more serious than your making love to care me in a general way the same as you his mind thoughts to which he would did to hundreds of others Tour love never give tongue and his face became making seemed to please you and as it hard and stern in the gathering shades did not materially inconvenience me I of the Bummer twilight as he mutters Yes men have done it often before felt some compunction about depriving you of the pleasure of occasionally be Â¬ why should I not If it were not for what the world would say I would not ing sentimental But Shelah Hove you madly deÂ¬ hesitate but I know only too well what votedly Tou surely will not wreck my the popular verdict is in such cases I life by your coquetry for you know have heard it too often Shelah you have given me every reason What is it you have heard too often asked a low voice just behind to believe you cared for me Elmer Well if it is any pleasure for you to him the tones of which were as soft and think so I have no serious objection sweet as those of an iEolian harp But I think enough has been said on He started and turned hastily toward this subject for us to understand each the fair girl who had just stepped from other Suppose we talk of something the cottage door out upon the porch more interesting Oh it is yoa ma belle Mina I haO But Shelah wfll you not must forbid youi fall i into a train of thought alone hen No once for all I and I supposr iis ever mentioning this subject it jie in mustromantio twilight have unconsciously been con I again v sing with myself Deuced poor com One wora more Shelah x And bo Â¬ j ny though I assure you not plead 111 never alter Yon need de you have doubtless heard the old ID go my way for the dream is done Shelah repeated the two lines of poe proverb which says He who talks to in a calm even voice without a himself talks with the devil If such Bhade of pity for the proud man who be the case his Satanic Majesty and myÂ¬ stood before her who for the first time self were in close communication a mo- Â¬ in his lazy indolent life was humil- Â¬ ment ago iated He stood for a few moments ir-Â¬ The cold hard lock had vanished from resolute and then again essayed to his face and was replaced by the rkless peak expression which he usual- Â¬ ly wore Shelah I had hoped And what may have been the sub But she interrupted him with an im- Â¬ jet of your meditations Building airy patient gesture I see you will insist on talking on castles I suppose you are wrong My Pardon me but that disagreeable topic so I wfll bid you au revoir and with a haughty in castles were nil completed Mni demol- Â¬ ished long ago I was thinking of tho clination of her head she walked away looking after her until she vanifut vanilaium of the world in generHe stood life in particular disappeared among the trees and it al--my And I suppose you prefer your own seemed to him that all the light and If happiness of his life had gone with her cynical thought to my company Until this moment he had never known w And f so you will vanish like n what it was to suffer until this his he said languid creeds had held that no wise beautiful dream I suppose man feels strongly and to glide through With that old air of gallantry which was characteristic of him in years gone by life untroubled and unmoved is as pos femHinarfaTih iTij JiirmzTmm so shrine bui that of force sible as it is politic But now he suf- Â¬ fered he suffered dumbly as a dog passionately as a barbarian now he was met by that which in a moment pierced his panoplies of indifference and escaped his light philosophies On God he thought if it were anything anything but this I love her wildly madly anil yet must give up all hope of ever winning her Can this be the punishment for my past thought- Â¬ less giddy career If so the penalty is tar greater than is merited by the crime But if she had only given me the small est ray of hope how different my future would have been how bravely woul have struggled to overcome those habits which are more the result of circum- Â¬ stances than of inclination And 1 would have succeeded ior with her love as a beacon to guide me I would have found no task too difficult nor any obstacle in surmountable Tiut now well lloni live for pleasure if there in Rnr mjmmmi JL Xab I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I o- Â¬ ct 1 devfl-me-a- re Hancocks father wanted him to leam the printers trade Had he done so in-Â¬ deUS Btevens nnrl 7nth OhfmMnr YiaA not sraywncra les of course to prevent legislation stead of being a West Pointer he might A CASE OF MORAL SUICIDE upon But it will be noticed that Dem- Â¬ of doubt forced him into doing He knew as well ocrats in 1880 expended my company is neither wanted nor ap Â¬ es were pnt where they have been a setter 28000000 that the preciated she replied with a pretty wnen no was trying to remove Hancock more for pensionMaaa the Eepublicans would luce the most eood On Tis sweet to dye for those wo love little pout Gfirflcld at a Publio Man as when ho wrote to Binsdale bemoandid in 1876 and that asida from this Ameso f construction of the matter exclaimed a young man when his best ing the excesses of the extremo men in his there But I do appreciate and want youi aen wero to be hired to girl asked him wny he didnt wear a Â¬ the Con Unwortliy of Public party that the policy which Gen Han ocratsisa difference in favcr of the Dem- Â¬ adopt his company Mina particularly at the of tho mpaninir of tho black instead of a light mustache of 21000000 Democratic econcock was pursuing in Louisiana was the omy in otber quarters made generous present tamo for I am suffering from Confidence their interests identical law by mi The animal carries his tail at the op Â¬ one of those depressions of spirit com-Â¬ only lawful and the only patriotic policy treatment of the soldiers possible ests of the company That posite extremity from his head a man with the for the commander of n military district monly known as the blues and I the total is what w ione and that is what con- - carries his tale in his mouth And thus It will also be observed Conspicuous Examples of His Moral to pursue Ho knew as well when he expenditures for 1879 were that know of nothing that will so soon disslightly lar-Â¬ stitntes does many a man make both ends meet was cooking affidavits in New Orleans or ger than for 1876 This was occasioned pel my present attack as an hour of your Garflel share in Credit Mobflier Cowardice isleamed from the Salt lakeJTerald company The fact is Mina if there is ruling out the evidence of the cookery by three items none of which are charge was not investment in a promismp that Galileo discovered Limberger before the Electoral Commissionf as he able upon the Democratic House Tho stock any good in me it always seems nearer icndedbya friend Gar floating through space in 1609 andcheese made From the New York World did when ho was communicating to first was an excess of 5000000 in-- the field waa paynothinar He was as-the surface when I am with you Wicked an entry in his diary at the time that he Daniel Webster in one of his speeches Hinsdale his fears of the violent parti Â¬ public debt charge caused by double sured thai thfl KtruVIr Aflforcwl tr liim tr though I am with nearly every sin in state of pre- Â¬ the calendar on my soul I always Beem at Boston in referring to the tergiversa- sans who meant to count our side in interest in the refunding process Ihe nothing wId realize 2400 He admits thought it in a very poor servation better from having been with you Ah tions of a certain publio officer said right or wrong that Tilden had been second 5500000 in payment ot the inifl ior- m jus ueiense published not Surra says My wife who has just Mina if all women were as true to their that when a man went back upon his elected President He was simply Geneva award until affeaPthe death of bakes Ames he the third a Bobe esplain tho memorandum Uewr that it takes a Japanese girl driven by the violent partisans son deficiency of between 2000 better natures as you are there would ttesrte io teen hours to dress for a party has sent bo fewer men with lives wrecked by friends it was called ingratitude or upon Lwhoin ho was too timid to oppose as 000 and S3000000 in the Navy nf Sflinnf iLKViwn rmnrtwritinn to Japan to know how she docs it She womans inconsistency He will indeed his enemies it was called revenge but vh was driven Dy them info voting Department These sums aggregating life I lAmtt JSol m own proposition on mo 01O AAA AAA It ucuuuwu f n w 4fy Acuy be a happy man who can some day win when a man went back on his own prin tho Interview after tho cant occupy more than four for the aauiu m fovnjuwt ia inais urn aiui jts aewouiu cratiojotal would makencarly thatdif iBvepppppHKiBl bo aajd ne hidwmo of her jour heart ciples which he had avowed it ought tn vr iniseuTyIdnvekbrtiiAaV if r ne iMfetie MWCtho to hang anjlrish awUalaWawrl Asthey wore Tie Catherine shades of nip lit were w yjr- aaaaaaaaaaaav as an account of stock man in London about of his friends who Jwcalledo swralj suicide -- BtmiAJfi one oi me country wero nusimiueu 1876 and this although the Democrats and EeggJor tuMfctgjHtethe- laeHMtJr AJiaaaaaFad Dot some time 1SS3 spread over ner lace at his words of ster referred to John Tyler but he might into electing him to the Presidency in 1879 authorized an increased expendi-Â¬ deliver tflKtementto that effect inI told had come to witness the ceremony cried always told you you would come to praise and she only said in reply him if he had any account of that sort I rss have used even stronger language had One at least of the charges against his ture of nearly 7000000 for pensions And you have always lied I lam glad you think well of me El- he lived to witness four of tho conspicu Â¬ personal integrity owes most of its sting During the four years of Democratic neither aware of it nor responsible for it and this to the same moral weakness 11 when control there was an average increase in thereupon I mado substantially the following have not come I was brought mer But pardon me if you think mo statement Mr Ames tho bold or presuming Why is it that you ous tergiversations of Gen Garfield Ames told the story of Gen Garfields the population of the country over the dum you ever showed me was inonly memoran A gentleman who possessed an imita 18G7 with your advantages and talents live upon decided questions of principle connection with Credit Mobflier Gen preceding four years of about 5000000 speaking to me of this proposed sale 6S when tion rat tobacco pouch thought he would of stock Garfield had come out like a man and or fully one ninth An increase in net you figured out on a little piece ot paper what enjoy the nervous shock of a frcnd by the life you do And why is it that in One was in regard to reconstruction your conversation you always speak of one in regard to the disputed election of confessed the truth he would have been ordinary expenditures in proportion to you supposed would be realized from sn in- placingit where his friends eye would see women with bitterness and distrust Is 1876 one in regard to freedom of elec- Â¬ thought guilty at most of an indiscreÂ¬ population would have brought the total vestment of 1000 and as I remember you it suddenly He was much mortified when there not some womai in all this wide tions and one in regard to reviving the tion It was his prevarication on tho for the four years from 1877 to 1880 in Â¬ wrote down theso figures the friend quietly took it up helped him- Â¬ 1000 On New Years day stand and his attempt to induce Ames clusive up to 790000000 against World to make you happy some one for issues of the war self and then passedit about till the con- Â¬ 1000 oo whose sake you would give up your evil 1867 Gen Garfield wrote to his friend to assist him in getting it accepted that 710995282 for the preceding four years tents were gone ruined him before the country Whenways turn from the paths of sin and Hinsdale of Eepublican control But the Demo- Â¬ WnvniAM you have again come up 2400 lead a purer life Is there not one I am less satisfied with the present aspect of ever an emergency has confronted him crats notwithstanding the largo increase as the amount yon expected to realize While unprepared But from Yes sirY public affairs than I have been for a long time he has met it in the same shuffling and in pension expenditures kept the total saying this to Mr Ames I wroto the figures as what cause Elmer6 John- Â¬ Laziness sir many of the points and doctrines timid way After announcing some- Â¬ for four years down to 612178551 a above on a piece of paper lying on his tabic son give William a good mark for up-Â¬ He was too deeply absorbed with his I find that which I bclicye in and desire to see prevail meet times in the private ear of Hinsdale and reduction of nearly 100000000 They A show him what the only statement was he rightness wn bitter thoughts to notice with what with more opposition than heretofore and aro Bates you proceed I eagerness she asked the question It in imminent danger of being overborne by pop Â¬ sometimes to the public what ought to did this in the face of intense Republi Â¬ had made to me But why have notprepared too sir But in the face of this declaration not was several moments before he spoke ular clamor and political passion In reference be done he has fallen into the rear ranks can hostility and with the national adÂ¬ Johnson From laziness sir and when he did the words came slowly to reconstruction I feel that if the SouthernÂ¬ of ttie men who were advancing to do ministration in their hands could make that he knew in 1868 of the enormous give Bates a bad mark for plagiarism BUtes should adopt the constitutional amend the precisely opposite thing and has au even better showing But upon the profits to be made out of Credit Mobflier and mechanically as though they were ments within a reasonable time wo aro literally The young Positivists are multiplying fojfowed a multitude to do evil forced from him against his will showing as it is ihe Democratic party stock Mr Garfield elsewhere claims Passing a group of children the other bound to admit them to representation sort of man is thia for a position can well afford to claim the confidence that he did not know anything of the Mina years ago I loved loved did Sly own coarse is chosen and it is quite proba- Â¬ What evening we heard a little girl of a dramatic courage and character of the stock or tho nature of turn of mind remark to a little boy per I say I worshiped a woman fair as a ble it will throw me ont of public hie Bundys in whichfirst requisitesaggressive honesty of the people Biography page 77 are the the profits to be forthcoming until suasively poets dream and believed her as truthÂ¬ Now you area bad angel two Nevertheless after warned by Jndge Black a year or two arent you ful in word and deed as the white the utterance of withinbravemonths Gen No was the dogmatic words these A SCRAP OF HISTORY later that the transaction was sus- Â¬ reioinder robed angels that cluster around the Garfield was in line with the extremists aint a bad angel and I aint DEMOCRATIC ECOXOXY picious glittering throne above Every encour- Â¬ a good angel Theres no suchtMngsas How Gen Garfield ia 1S6S Sought Leave entirely out of sight Oakes angels anyway agement that woman could possibly give of his party in worrying the South with Facta and Figures from the Record toy He Ames sworn to Improve tho Army special statutes on reconstruction and testimony which the Po From the Detroit Free Press to man she gave to me and for a tame elucidated moving- Gen Hancock States had land Committee believed and tho coun- Â¬ as A backwoods preacher oncethe parable I was in a blissful dream a fools para when the Southern amendments adopted Col John Hay Assistant Secretary of Washington Letter he still the constitutional try believed that Mr Garfield received of follows in connection with times my iise But Mina God does not allow His kept them as long as his vote could keep State in a recent spetch at Cleveland In ancient the virgins It has been announced with a flourish a dividend of 329 on Credit Mobflier reatures to make Him subordinate in them from representation He even in- Â¬ attempted by a distortion of some facts that the Eepublican Congressional Com-Â¬ stock understanding it to be such a beloved hearers it was the custom their worship and my love for Sbnlah troduced the bill which was intendedtQ after a couple had been married for ten Fortescue was greater than my love or abolish Gen Hancocks office as Major and a suppression of others to make it mittee are issuing the speeches of Gen dividend and there is still evidence virgins to go out with lighted lamps and enough in Garfields own statements to meet fear of God At length I told her of my em on the way home five of these in punishment for that Gene-Â¬ appear that the country had derived no Garfield as campaign documents He convict him of the brflw taking nnd tho devotion and asked her to be my wife General virgins being males and five females rals practical enforcement of Gen Gar- Â¬ benefit from the control over expendi Â¬ risks nothing in saying though that one perjury iVcM York Sun Mina that woman whom I loved more fields avowed principles Buffalo JZzprcss tures which has been exercised by the of his speeches that would be as greedily than life reputation or honor laughed On Nov 11 1876 Gen Garfiled wrote Democracy during the past four years Jones is proud of his wife and with devoured by the publio as anything ho at my passionate pleadings and forbid to his friend Hinsdale Stitching on a Button reason for Mrs Jones is pretty as well The last appropriations made by aBe ever said and which ia peculiarly per- Â¬ me speaking to her again From that he as smart She was lecturing on temper- Â¬ He Last evening the President telegraphed me hour I have been a changed man My from Philadelphia requesting me to go to New publican Congress were those for the tinent just now was overlooked by the was had never tried it before but and ance reform and got naturally worked self reliant man naturally a life has been passed in one mad whirl of Orleans and remain until the vote is counted fiscal year ended June 30 1876 The do it up as she rehearsed the many things his excitement in the attempt to drown the acting as witness of the count I was a good work of Democrats was first felt dur Â¬ committee in preparing their oracular felt confident ofwife ability to to the that should be done but which nobody had gone and had not Senator Wallace come Moreover his by the request I did not list deal embarrassed memory of that girL Oh dearP she selecting seemed ready to do know who else Mina had been standing near him and self associatedwas going and I might find myÂ¬Â¬ ing the succeeding fiscal year To show upon it to day it is hardly likely that country Therefore carefullythe thick- Â¬ exclaimed I with violent partisan Repub I wish I wereamanf his from that ladys work basket looking directly in his face As he licans who meant to count our side in right or precisely what the facts are we present the omission of the Eepublicans would est needle and stoutest thread he reso- Â¬ object exclaimed Jones rising from below statements taken from official have been corrected As it is the ceased speaking she advanced a step to-Â¬ wrong lutely set himself to the task Spitting seat It brought down the house publications of the Treasury Department ward him and asked Committee Nevertheless his embarrassment yield- Â¬ showing the total expenditures includ- Â¬ Democratic Congressional Weve often heard tell bow the great ani the And you have succeeded in forget-Â¬ ed and did not even returnheu he will apply themselves industriously to upon his fingera he carefully rolled the Rood headings of net ordinary its circulation The famous order No end of the thread into a point and then ed under the Otorse gin his career with a hatchet ting her Elmer found himself among the vLjoVA-atesclosing one of his own optics he at- Â¬ And since when a boy about three tea we stood premium and interest on the publio debt 40 was issued by Gen Hancock Nov No I think I now fully understand men at New Orleans or when hCfyi terere looked for a jam that would match It tempted to fill up the needles solitary for each of the last iour nscai years what Tennyson meant when he wrote 1867 Early m the ensuing session eye but the thread either passed by on And were got it at last we thought that we - which a Eepublican Congress made 29 Congress those lines in Locksley Hall of Jan 13 1868 Mr Gar- - one side tiisc other of tho needle or would th i 7rpHir0 itillj ATi n gins her life with a batch jet Knowledem tut wisdom lingers ana I llneaz- --wit J frgirxdhfiuf rworkedUstilf against the glittering steel a Taexpenditures for the four iinmii years Globe fl- 48J asked on the shore She dlscounteth George for sore theres no one con- Â¬ page count our side in right or which have expired for which appropriameant to unanimous Dd the individual withers and the world is mors could and refused to be persuaded However and more And only a week alter tne tions have been made by a Democratic sent in the House to introduce for im- Â¬ the thread suddenly bolted through the wrong Say he closed like she with a hatchet Oil City Derrick mediate consideration and action a bill eye to the Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers and he bean date of this letter to Hinsdale he was Congress of an inch and fear- Â¬ a laden breast To reduce and improve the mili Â¬ ing to lose extentadvantage Of course you went She CciiTDKE writing from New Orleans to his friend this Full of ssd experience moving toward the stillness he quickly rOUB BEPCDUOIH TEABS establishment by discharging drew the ends together and united them to Monsieur Benans lecture ou Marcus Hill of Boston in a frame of mind 1873 of his rest 2M245 tary Major General one 302633873 The bill provided with a knot about the size of a buckshot Aurelius to be amenable 1874 No I didnt Whos showed He I do not love her as I once did but which specific the writer 274623392 that the army should be reduced by the The button was a trouser one but he Marcus Aurelius She and unanswerable criti- Â¬ 187S Why a to the forget her I never can 265101081 1876 discharge from military service of the liked and But Elmer why will you not marry cism which ex Gov Hendricks recently the dimensions of its holes and it Roman Emperor to be sure stoic a 113270394 Major General who was the last com- Â¬ Total Haw whats a He sonfe woman who can by her loving made in his speech at Marion Ind was only going on the back of his shirt stoic rOUB DEMOCRATIC TEAKS missioned in that grade before January A stoic Well at all events Garfield went to New Orleans to assist his 1877 241334474 kindness help you to forget her anyhow As he passed tho needle gen- Â¬ She 1868 the bill to take effect from its and after bis 236964326 party in making up a He pointed far off in the western sky to Washington of allcase associates he wreturn 1878 tly upward through the linen he felt Marcus Aurelius was one at least he 266947883 the 1879 passago so that there should remain a mingled pity where one star alone sent out its rays only man who took hishis upon the Electoral 267642957 and disdain for men didnt go so far as most stoic3 go He 1880 seat but four Major Generals in the army bungling over such easy jobs and as She Didnt he How far do they low voice oer the earth and said in a Commission By every sentiment of fair play Col- Â¬ had been read Mr a ridiculous Mina do you see yonder star It he should have been excluded from the Jury Ket Total in four Democratic jears 1012889640 As soon as tho bill the wish that it might he let the button gracefully glide down What conversation question 119813954 saving Garfield expressed lapse of is bright and beautiful far brighter box By his own sworn statement of what ho the thread to But perhaps some Eepublican organ be acted upon the next morning Ob- Â¬ said to himself its appointed place he Garfield did in than any of the smaller ones that will returnsNew Orleans Feliciana had charge of the will Oub hearts our thoughts our very that if over he married a parish In one of of this reduction jection being made Mr Garfield then from West say that a portion soon spangle the azure vault above but the inner rooms of Packards Custom House he second time it should be for some nobler beings grow tender with age said the decrease in is attributable to Yes said the it is alone When the others come forth did bis work examined the affidavits and public debt charge theWhile it would tho said that he should bring it up the first reason than a dread of sewing on but- Â¬ pastor thoughtfully be it wfll slowly disappear as if dreading when they were not sufficiently f aU he prepared a fair response to say that this reduction thing on the following Monday The tons The first downward thrust had new boarder with a passionate gleam of to Â¬ bill was aimed directly at Gen Han So it has done in or had prepared additional interrogatories but their companionship the same happy result and holding the intelligence in his mud blue eyes Â¬ rules adopted by the ages past so it will continue to do in bring them within thetestimony so received Re was effected under Democratic Con Â¬ cock who had been commissioned Ma button down firmly with his thumb he then wo are not hens Nobody laughed by gressional control would have been im turning Board The all time to come Like that star my Garfield went back to the Returning Board jor General July 26 1866 and was the came up again with all that confidence very much except the landlady She possible without Democratic concur last commissioned in that grade before which uniform success inspires Per seemed to enjoy it immensely but when Me must be a lone and cheerless one and the result was that West Feliciana with its rence that the very and for me there is no companionship majority was thrown It Democratic Garfields vote was that out In fact that itassistance andgives the lie to January 1868 Thus it is seen that haps the point of the needle did not en- Â¬ the pudding was brought in it was was effected Congress within six weeks after Hancock had isÂ¬ ter to the bone but it seemed to him noticed that the new boarder got all the is my destiny to ngnt against it is Washington returns thus made behind follv Yet if I thought there was one could not go bis party the helped to make reÂ¬ the Eepublican charge that Democratic sued order No 40 Garfield Chairman that it did and his comment upon the crust and none of the dope so it was he As agent for is person in all this cold unsympathizing turns by manipulating the evidence and as control of the legislative department of of the Military Committee moved a bill circumstance was emphatic But ho generally thought that Mrs McKerrel to punish him for issuing it not by re- Â¬ was very ingenious and next time would had dissembled world who feels sufficient interest in my juryman for the nation ho held such evidence detrimental to the financial interests the country we waive it for the present tirement or pension but by removal being to offer an encouraging word I as conclusive and binding hold the button by ono edge and come for the purpose of presenting the exhibit was not heard of again up through the hole nearest the other would struggle against fate and strive On April 21 1880 Gen Garfield again of the net ordinary expenditures of the The Garfield bill Womans Strength for the reason that on the same day Of course he would But the needle to if possible accomplish something wrote to his friend Hinsdale and in the Government for the years of Eepublican Jan 13 Mr Bingham from the Com-Â¬ had an The strength of women lies in their during the remaining years of my life course of the letter said independent way of suiting itself and Democratic control included in the mittee on Eeconstruction reported a But no there is not one and I have as to holes and it chose the one where heart It shows itself in their strong T am Inst now in antaconism with mv own only to drift with the tide until finally party in legislation in reference to the election above table bill that answered nearly the purpose the thumb was Then the needle got love and instinctive perception of right tnrDZB BKPUBUCAX CONTBOL Garfield It was in three sulky launched into the broad ocean of eter- Â¬ law didnt care about holes any- Â¬ and wrong Intellectual courage is 180488638 sought by 1873 sections but its purport how if It was going to bo abused for rarely one of their virtues As a rule 194118985 wordy nity and be forgotten or if remembered it Indeed of the Bayard bill as to Fed 1874 1529848 was to compel Hancock to obey them and the button might have been they areinclined to be restless and ex- Â¬ at all by those who once claimed to be eral participation in elections Gen Gar- Â¬ 1875 164857813 the General rather than an imperforated disk for all the aper citable allowing their judgments and Grant my friends it wfll be to have my pecca- Â¬ field was practically an author for he 1876 and in Â¬ tures which that needle could thence Â¬ actions to be swayed by quick emotions the President 710995282 Johnson dilloes unearthed and discussed Total had entirely favored its principle its DNDKB DEVOCHATIC COXTBOI vesting in Grant the power to remove forward be made to discover without in-Â¬ of all kinds but above all it is intheir Alina came close to him now and lay Â¬ theory audita formulas at the time of its 1877 144209963 It also finite poking and prodding It always hopefulness and their endurance that 134463433 Hancock if he obeyed Johnson ing her hand on his arm spoke hur- introduction and it was in regard to 1878 161619934 gave Grant the power to do anything he came through when it was least expect- Â¬ they find their chief power Who is riedly as though fearful that hor this measure that he wrote himself down 1879 171885202 1880 might see fit in each of the military deÂ¬ ed and never when it was wanted Still the last person to give up hope in the courage would fail ere she had finished as in antagonism to his own party 612178551 partments regardless of the President Â¬ wished to say Total what she he persevered and it was not until he case of a member of the family who has Nevertheless when the vote came up98816731 In broader terms it meant that the finally discovered that he had stitched apparently gone altogether to the bad Elmer you are wrong when you say on tho bill his vote went upon the roll Net Democratic saving no one cares for yon I care for you These are the figures as they appear powers granted the President by the over the edge of the button and had What mother or sister with deep and along with his party colleagues against ardent love for such wfll ever cease to love you Elmer I have loved in secret all Ins previous speeches and declara- Â¬ in the exhibits of Eepublican officials constitution should bo overthrown by sewn it on the wrong side of the shirt cherish hope or endure suffering on for years and you can never know how tions Upon their face they appear conclusive statute The bill was put upon its pas that he utterly broke down their account The patience of women vainly I have striven against this love sage Jan 17 and on that day Garfield A few days before the meeting of the But it should be said to remove all mis is proverbial and their whole lives are Oh Elmer I never intended you should Cliicago Convention Gen Garfield in apprehension and to disarm aU criticism made a speech from an alleged constitu- Â¬ Poisons know this I thought to carry my the course of a speech in Congress said that the expenditures for 1874 as given tional standpoint After he had dis- Â¬Â¬ If a person swallows any poison what- Â¬ bound up in their affections oneFew peo Â¬ form or secret to the grave but when I heard in the treasury books are 15500000 posed of what he called its constitution- ever or tig fallen into convulsions from ple will deny that love in Tim mnn Trim sHemnts to tret un a nolitical another makes up the beauty of life to you speak so bitterly of all the world I excitement in this country on the old sectionalj mor than thev really were that being ality ho let the light in on his real pur- Â¬ havingjajflKed the stomach an in And Issues will find himself without a party ana Kiia sould not keep silent longer It enters into all she does received from the British Uov-- poses by arraigning Hancock for issuing stantaiiHJraedy most efficient and Toman burying her face now crimson with without support Mr Binghams bill apphb2Wnnarge number of cases ia juv work outside her immediate circle ernment m payment oi tne AiaDama order No 40 is undertaken most often from pure de Â¬ blushes in her hands she burst into a But when ho had himself become a claims and which is credited in both passed the House after Mr Garfields a heaping teaspoonfnl of common salt upon a platform which had the receipts and expenditures of the speech by a strict party vote of 124 Ee Â¬ and as much around mustard stirred sire to help some one else to know some- Â¬ passion of tears candidate For a moment Elmer Boyston stood no other vital idea in it than an attempt treasury It is partly offset in one of publicans to 45 Democrats Garfield of rapidly in a teacupful of water warm or thing of the mysterious happiness of love Unlike men women chiefly look irresolute but it was only for a momen to galvanize the issues of the war fifteen the years under Democratic control by course voting yea It was not heard of cold and swauowed instantly is those for Drawing the weeping girl to him the years after its conclusion Gen Garfield the payment of 5500000 for the Gen- Â¬ again in Congress for the reason given scarcely down before it begins to It como for personal intercourse with in- Â¬ uid had no word to utter in deprecation of eva award and by several millions of by Garfield to Hinsdale that Hancock up bringing with it the remaining con Â¬ whom they are working It their de-Â¬ terest lies among the poor they are Mina if ever there was an angel in that which he had to all appearances before appropria- Â¬ afterward The deficiencies contracted kept his place of the stomach acquaint I earnestly deprecated from his place in tions Tvere made by the Democratic speech however places Garfield in tentsremnant of tho and lest thero be sirous of sympathetic personal little goodÂ¬ human form you are certainly one poison however any ance with them and very never dreamed until this moment that Congress and since his nomination no House Deducting the 15500000 and square antagonism not only to Gen email let the white of an egg or a tea you cared for me I will not pretend to member ot his party has taken more making no offset whatever tho reduc- Â¬ Hancocks doctrines but also to those spoonful of strong coffee be swallowed work of a lasting kind has been done by women without their own influence of say that I love you now Mina and I pains to revive the old sectional is- Â¬ tion in total expenditures is nearly which he has permitted his party asso-Â¬ as soon as the stomach is quiet because Â¬ know I can never love you with that sues 104000000 and in net ordinary ex- Â¬ ciates of late to attribute to Mmself at these very common articles nullify a love being brought to bear on the indi than Gen Garfield whenever he vidual case Nineteenth Century blind passionate love with which I wor has been called upon for a speech at a penditures so called of upward of least so far as it embodies what he was largo number of virulent poisons shiped bhelali j ortescue men uo noc serenade or upon a car platform 83000000 pleased to consider his opinions of the love as I loved her but once in life But The inference from any one of these At the Expense of the Bar And notwithstanding this large re- Â¬ relations of tho civil and military powers A As expenencea matron says if sometime in the future I can come and actions would be and ought to be in- Â¬ duction the Democratic Congress paid as warranted by the constitution President Seguier never Bparcd the man will eat soggy biscuit twice a week offer you a lifetime of devotion will you jurious to Gen Garfield as a public man nearly 31000000 more for pensions to without complaint when his best girl lawyers in his court and some of his But when these things are considered Union soldiers than was paid during the be my wife invites him out to tea But after the remarks concerning them were quite in Undisputed Facts Gne loosed up into ms iace wuvn a together no inference can possibly be preceding four years of Eepublican con- Â¬ girl becomes his wife if there ia tho tho savage vein of Czar Peter When drawn from them except that Gen Gar- Â¬ trol as the following statements will When about to distribute Credit Mo- faintest indication of a touch of salera happy light in her eyes as she said the docket was being called one day ono If you ever ask me to be your wife I field as a public man is not entitled topub show bflier shares where they would produce tus in them the neighbors will think case was named where neither advocate lic confidence His is a caseof moral sui will not refuse Elmer Go on with the case eepublican czrixDmrRza ro fissions most good to the men who dreaded tho there is a district school out for recess was present 29359426 Those words were not spoken bo very cido to repeat Websters phrase and it 1873 now wo said the President gleefully 2903841 Congress Oakes Ames who by the racket he makes action of long ago but already Elmer Boyston is proceeds from moral cowardice as all 1874 have a chance of getting at the truth 29456216 187jI 28257395 knew his colleagues well selected Gar- Â¬ learning to love this girl and often when suicides may bo said to proceed from 1876 Schooii teacher to little boy whose he compares her with Shelah Fortescue cowardice Hs is not a partisan from field of Ohio as one who could prob father is a grocer Now Johnny if 116111451 Jane Gkat of Palmo Miss had two Total too the temper of his mind He is both he mutters to himself EXPESDITBHES TOB PENSIONS DKMOCKATIC your father has a barrel of wliisky conably bo bribed ardent lovers and made her choice be- Â¬ Chi- Â¬ 27963753 scholarly and too apathctio a man to 1877 Yes it was all for the best 27137019 The letter addressed to the American taining forty gallons and one fourth of tween them The rejected suitor was lose his head in times of not more than cago Ledger 3512148a leaks out how many gallons does he greatly cast down by his failure Jane 18TO ordinary excitement Ho is a partisan I860 people by the sons of Oakes Ames it 86677174 Johnny He dont loso none ose told him that he had no real reason for ho is a moral coward and be naturally denies tho intent to bribo He fills it up again right oft Fried Bread Pudding- - Take a stale because cannot witlistand the pressure 146899427 regret as she had a twin sister who was Total 30787976 loaf of bakers bread cut in slices beat cause he Washing- Â¬ so much like her that strangers could of men whose knowledge is less and Excess of Democratic eirencWres had made no But Oakes Ames himself on up six eggs stir them into a quart of whoso wills are stronger than his own Up to tho year 1857 tho husband of not distinguish any difference If a Democratic Congress tons birthday 1868 wrote to Col Mo milk dip the slices into the milk and He is ono of those unhappy men to whom change in the Pension laws tho expen- Â¬ Comb in regard to the shares distrib- Â¬ Queen Victoria possessed no distinctive eggs lay them upon a dish one upon ditures for pensions for the four years in uted to Garfield and others A ButDE of a month went to a married We want English title and no place in court cere- Â¬ another and let them stand about an it is given always which they had control would have been more friends in this Congress and if a mony except Buch as was conceded to lady of a quarter of a year and said To see the right and to admire it too hour then fry them to a light brown in only 110000000 and the net differ- Â¬ man wfll look into the law and it is dif- Â¬ him by courtesy In that year tho titlo To loathe the wrong and yet the wrong pursue My darling says that women are a little butter serve with pudding sauce in Nevermind said It is true that a very active hostility ence in tho net ordinary expendituresbe ficult to get them to do it unless they of Prince Consort was conferred upon fools is only studying nouns tho other or sirup wait until he to the wrong is inconsistent with every- Â¬ favor of Democratic control would to do so he cannot help him by letters patent have an Interest 135000000 he reaches adjectives Gen Garfields being convinced that we should not be A Texan professor has written a pam- Â¬ thing that is known of Sunday school scholar to the teach- Â¬ intelligence gencareer above tables that interfered with The Messrs Ames phlet to prove that cities built of limeÂ¬ publio suffices toBut hishim at least see xi It will be seen by theni iuqaV The Blarney stone is a stone in the na Did you say thai the hairs of my make erally offer as a leading argument to show er uaiicuiuhuwj r ka me net orainary stone are the healthiest in the world castle at Blarney Ireland which is said Teacher the right and his weakness always al- Â¬ were in excess of those for 1876 tho that thero was nothing wrong in tho head were all numbered and never much visited by malarial dis- Â¬ Yes my dear Sunday school schol- Â¬ to confer on the person kissing it the pe- Â¬ The lows him to be bullied into doing wrong last year of Eepublican control when transaction the fact that no legislation ar eases including yellow fever Well then pulling out a hair culiar property of saying anything Dy his party has was wanted of Congress at that time limestone is said to absorb carbonic His political use to reasons for whatbeen the Eepublicans boastfully proclaimed coaxing compliment or praise vioto furnish plausible that they had economized to an extent Precisely so As Oakes Ames letter to and presenting it wheres the number way of acid arising from animal and vegetable inobt agreeable to the hearer lent and unscrupulous ineu like Thail- - which Democrats could not improve McComb shows beyond the possibility on that one decomposition HICKMAN PULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER flll VOLVNO 51 of an no hire idea we like the kind Yonkers mdlesman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Â¬ - lJ 4Si i ltt -- s p - I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ - SiSSi Stfa- S - a - - - TUiubUuJpfvPP1 i- 1 i- Â¬ tii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 3 - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f rcSB3 4m-w--j asycii -- esf fcpjSte x vftrtH- - -- -k L X THE HiCKMAN COURIER runtlSlISD EVERT TBIDAT BT iSsz0iabBWJHuiu2iiBH8Hffik Xiik V aBBSESOMwxA r ALL SORTS ua I S- -IKl i xmx Maiizem TIic Democratic Victory Who would have expected it Willi wonders never cease Maine on last Monday actually went against the Re publicans and the FuMonists actually carried the State No democrat could have been much disappointed if it had gone ten to fifteen thousand Republi can and not downhearted if this old Republican State had- even given 20 009 against us Forjhe democrats to even worry the Republicans in the To carry Slate of Maine is a victory wave i a settler It ib a tidal It will take some days to know the actual figures The following dis patches indicates the drift of the tide Latest returns New York Sept 14 - WSHIMTONLTTER Wasuinotok D C HATKIMOXLU XJcltlienie rtuaniM OirrlrU oa by Knllxn Jutiiual- IFloranc Sept 12 1880 UEOUGE WARBES5 IIICKMAX KENTUCKY QrriCE TA Tlie Republicans Have Cuptured their Italj Cor Eoettm Hwsid ehce Sj llclnxo Building Clinton Street Oldttt Seitspaptrin Wtiltrn Kentucky George Warren EdKor Price of Subscription FRIDAY roa psesidest W1NIELD SCOTT EAtfCOCS of Pennsylvania FOR VICE 2 SEPT 17 1880 V r H raKMDEST ENGLISH of Indiana ELECTORAL TICKET TOR TOE STATE AT LARGE Thomas L Jones of Campbell A E Richards of Jefferson 1st 2nd 3rd 4th fitb 6th tb 8th 9th 10th DISTRICT ELECTORS Jamts D While of Ballard A T Craycroft of Daviess P F Edwards of Edmonson James Montgomery of Hardin EJ McDerrnott of Jefferson James W Bryan of Kenton W C Owens of ScolU M CSaufley or Lincoln Joseph Gardner of Magoffin F L Cleaveland of DracVen God bless Maine On have you heard from Maine Mains makes it all right bmt still no over confidence The Presidential election i not over Waine baa gone right Bat Indiana is - to coma The Democratic prospects in the In diana election of next month are very flattering Â¬ known as the eagle orator of Tennessee died at his home Clarksville Tcnn last week aged 76 once Hon Gas Henry wr Never have the Republicans work ed harder than in the campaign in Maine Had thej not sought to stir up strife between the sections thej Blight hate snoceeded The reports is now that we will have fonr candidates for Congress Hon W W Tice Democrat Robt Anderson Republican and John Boliuger Greenbacker and Oscar Turner Â¬ Toe Repoblioans have decided pnt to a Richmond in the field for Con Â¬ Â¬ gress in this District and Mr R B Hatoliff or Caldwell county is the unfortunate victim selected bj the caucus in Padacah last week Â¬ The nsws from Maine is a death blow to the hopes of the Republican party It is unquestionably a surprise to the Damocracj who expected noth ing and would have been well satisfied -- if the State had gone Republican by a I good majority Sept 12 J M Nimlej and Jno Millis passed through the city to day en route to Somerset Ky where a brother of Nimley is in jail under sentence of death for the imputed murder of this same man who disappeared mysteriously from Somerset- fourteen years ago and bad not since been heard of till discovered by J M Nimley near Fords Ferry Ky on last Saturday EVANSVILLE SnOW THE BOOKS A Remarkable Case From the New York World Secretary Sherman is anxious to know what will happen at Vabhinctoo if the restraint of a Republican Well one President is with drawn Kiiing that will happen will undoubtedly te that the books of he Trea ury which have been kept out of the reach -- by sucoe ive of expert Republican President for now teu ty jetri will be thoroughly overhauled- Is there any business man in the conntrv who can see any objection to that Â¬ fession of ones inmost feelintra wants to raise tho wishes or of expedients lingular Correspondence wind not to a pnasfabnt to tho worlds Republicans here arc shouting hem car thinly veiled at times by bo trans selves hoarse because for sootb thoy parent a medium cither of aclf delusion have carried Vermont a State thai or attempts at deception of others that wo cannot but bo amazed at tho naive has been as fully conceded to them ab aimplicity of their authors Here is an t was ever Holland to tha Dutch Ver moot has gone Republican was is appeared in tho Oasctc d Italia bur and will ba Republican Let them chief paper which may have a very have heri pitiful qbhia iu the electoral occult or pathetfo meaning But reads bo Ij college and make the most of it comically hi its apparent innocence that I forgiven do public Maine will follow suit next wtek Be tho considernro to be light of il they not a joke It it in the nighted demagogue bestridden New is tnus woraeu meriiy tranalatea England with iho exception of Con- An honest but mbst unfortunate man neolicut will cast its vote for the party 9 nf flin nTTiir nfinr nf flffivm iTara tiA v zz of disunion of fraud of aotifrateruis can noi doitow uuu iruuua mienas HU himself In oaso that some noble zatiota But let that prejudiced hate and generous heart is moved to compos- - i from Maine give ns four Congress- Â¬ bound ignorant lrake on the ringing aion by his misery write clearly to No men a majority on joint ballot in the On this basis all those Leghorn Legislature and the Governor by 8000 to wheels of the Unions progress read a in the signs of the census The won persons who are suicidally inclined might 6000 Portland Sept 14 iPlftisted is elect Â¬ derfu increase in the population of combine to form a stock company to Â¬ ed probably by 3000 majority the Fourth the South and West is the doom of trade on the gullibility of noble generous hearts should this case prove to and Fifth Congressional districts surely New Englands sinister influence and probably the First and Second dis- Â¬ Rhode Island Vermont Massachusetts be a paying investment Hero is something merrier in rina from Legisla- Â¬ tricts carried by ns and also the aud Maiue will never after the reap a Paris paper of interest to the increas- Â¬ ture portionment under the presnt census ing class of titfe hnnters in our very Blaine concedes the defeat and thus have the influence tbey once wielded democratic republic As it is printed in breaks the News to Garfield Millionaire factors will continue to English it proclaims unmistakably the The result is undeniably a surprise to bulldoze and drive their white opera nationality of the clients it expects to Evidently titles are becom us and generally to theiass of the Demo tiros like cattle to Iho polls but their captivate ing a drug in their name mantel canvass was cratic party in M it show- - perniscious vote will never again have and purchasers must be eassssHsvt never more accural SBBBBBBBBBBkaD for Da- - its old influence in the great plebis among the noble but the ed on Wednesday I amiiiiiv s i bable citum of jMiatiou fifty millions strong of foreign lands vis of a trifle or Anhonorable English lady majority of 6000 a the The alarm of Republican demagogues n we lost and office holders at the inoreased a French nooloman is well acquainted four daye preceedib Marquises and three over 3000 votna hv rosHTwen known ato 4 and prosperity ot the South with Counts Dukes four to the highest five belonging the managers of the KationalUamoe ratio population shows how well they know its political French nobility who are desirioaa to campaign and which do not call for They have marry English or American ladies having further specification from me The total and potential aignificanse cost is variously estimated at from 70 raised the absurd cry of fraud in the enough income to keep up lush rank 000 to 100000 and the money all came census enumeration General Francis in tho St Germain tiodsty ox Paris from beyond the State Such scenes were A Walker superintendent of the oen Sic The titled persons in question never before witnessed in Maine from thirty years old They sus recently said referring to the arenot require to Bixryladies bat honor James U Blaisb titled do The same English lady can Now if the democrats can only bold statement of an exaggerated census in able ones the South Tbo Republicrn papers title of Indiana ZTancock will be elected by are devoting a great pottion of their procure the Count to Marquis ana the a gentleman of titlo of a the North without the aid of the solid spaoc to what they are pleased to de- Â¬ fortune aged from thirty to thirty two car New York Now Jersey Con signate a fraudulent census in the thirty tive if they consent to marry the South young ladies who by oonkaot ean give necticut Pennsylvania and Illinois South based on discrepancies existing that title to themselves and to tbeir de-Â¬ between a report of 1870 and the scendants The greatest discretion is will be snre to follow If Hancock present one in certain counties in Miss Apply promised and will be observed can receive a majority of the electoral isiippi and South Carolina I can see during a fortnight to Post Eesante vote of the Northern States the sec- Â¬ uothing tangible in such allegations Bureau etc Paris In the same paper on another page tional issue will be buried forever and but shall investigate them thoroughly following very fitting anÂ¬ The marked increase in those districts we find the as a counterpart to the forever and forever The Republicans nouncement can readily be accounted for Since other are spending thousands and thousands 1870- thousands have emigrated to IAHRIAGES of dollars tu carry Indiana knowing those sections and the natural increase nr the oldest xsTABLnnuFST KB raise R ZXJBCQI X0WtC0fl widow - 750OOM 1 orphan 19 that unlesB they can break the Demo- Â¬ in population has been considerable lCnoCUOll 1 Vhr 31 1 orplian H O0OW Tbecensns of 1870 in the South 1 aille -l- X09wUU2-Pl cratic tidal wave that Garfield irhope- misses Titleless orphans lessly gone The Indiana and Ohio was inaccurafe Then I did not have bxa terselv cataloeruedwidows andto their occordinir the appointing of fho enumerators Iu elections occur Oct 12 and if the the main the years and purses with a cattle enow bus enumerators were Uni democrats only hold their own Han- Â¬ ted States Marshals northern men un mess style wliich must be very edifying to theirintonded purohEsera It is a fair cock peace reconciliation and frater- Â¬ acquainted with the country aud igno illustration of the veritable view of the nal love will be the victors in Novem- Â¬ rant incompetent colored men They marriage stato taken by midUtudesin ware entirely ibdepeudent of me and Europe although many of tnemhow ber This ever might object to quite so hard I had no control of their work Reports from the corn crop from tha census has been entirely different and pan a method of proclaiming tho only NorthTest show the injury by drought is just about perfect If it is not it points they take into account in the complained of will be confined to will be mado so at the earliest possible transaction Doubtless we shall soon seo branch offices advertising wives and narrow limits and that in most districts moment I shall make an investiga- Â¬ husbands with and without titles and will be the largest on record tion by the crop meau4 of cards of the three fortunes to be let for the season in lots to This might be The latest convert to Democracy is last censuses and families can be trac suit transient customers ex Treasurer Spinner The Republi- Â¬ ed without any considerable effort an improvement onofthe life bargain to cither box the fleeced victims cans Will doubtless attempt to prove ine census ot lbwO was incorrect as now that his signature on the green- Â¬ the investigation will show BoJJcntlo With Animals backs was treasonable It was cer Some persons govern their children tainly a remarkable signature and domestic animals with tho whip Accessions to Hancock are report Jfot XiMd at All Hew Pea- - Boys thus governed either run away Blaet from their parents or leave them uith- ed from all parts of the State Scarce dls Aro Hade Ueottfc ea Probablv there Js nothing ly a town but reports number of for of lawful age to do so Some farmers mer Republicans wbo have determined sally lamiliar in use and also so utterly are kind and gentle with their domestic unknown to tho users in its nature and to vote for Hancock unless all siiM origin as the common lead pencil tho animals and the brutes reciprocate their fail Connecticut will trive Flnncncc and consumption of it in this country alone treatment by showing the same acts both Engh hei 10000 uiajirhy being estimated by the most competent And this leads ns to say m the words of taineness and gentleness millions per a wise man authority The Texas and Pacific Railroad is year its at seventy eight very name perpetuating tho are qualities to be encouraged in oh do- Â¬ as to be pushed we ward h Their value is discov Â¬ old leaden plummet familiar among the mestic aniniahj and an attempt will be made to treasures of the boys first pocket is a ered when it 13 necessary to handle the animal at critical periods When con- Â¬ finish it to El Paso by Jampirj 1 t misnomer and mistake black lead 1882 At that point it wii connect having no more resemblance to lead fidence if not affection exists we con do Most people much with a suffering animal when with the Southern Pacific doni Sn than chalk has to cheese otherwise interference might moke mat-Â¬ melted and Francisoo which is r ipidly beiiitr built suppose the leadtheispencil wood poured ters worse It would be well to make into the hole in but it eastward is ground to an almost impalpable friends with cows and sheep especially powder mixed to a paste with water by petting them giving them salt and Baroum of the Chairman palatable things and mingling with them wire committee in in Indiana help made into a long coil like hole by being in tho yards Every annual should be forced through a small just as ing to keep things lively Secretary water issues from a syringe straightened trained to be handled when loose in the Dorsey of the republican committee is and cut in lengths and baked like pot- Â¬ yard slo there The democrats have can- Â¬ tery The hardness is due to an The pencil is made vassed the slate thoroughly and think admixture of clay The population of SchweiJnit3 in in two halves by machinery at a cheap Germany docreased L5 per thousand handthey can carry the Mule by the processes which during the year 1879 and rapid rate and some majority Newspaper ndvertLsementsnot unfe Quiring Relative Jnfiu quently are very mterostingTeading not Radiual New England What GeneiiaX Walker sags of ihe to consider their financial aspects at all Thoynre soinothing in tho line of a coil Southern Holland Census r t ri rirJ i Tho Daman Manufactory A man may eat and drink heartily all Whisht cannot bo distilled from awry day and sit and loungo about doing face nothing in one sonso of the word but TirjBman who draws at-- this season t hisodinnuat keep hard at work all the Ho at the soda fountains 4 thib o will die Supposothetatomaeh Sib Gareet WorsELErfrode 310 fiilesj refasod to work within ten minutes after in tl ree days in South Africa a hjartrdinnor tho man would die in Tub most miserable slave on this dirty convulsions in a few hours or cholera or planet is the slave of habit cramp colic would rack and wreck him Oblwe people to pay as thoy go and Supposing tho pores of the skin mean Â¬ ing thereby the glandular apparatus with the majority ol them would go slow England has nearly 20000 gypsies which they are connected should go onÂ¬ and most of them cannot read or write a strike he would in an hour bo burn would Puo noses and freckles are tho two ing up with fever oppression becoma weigh down the svstom and soon great drawbacks to womans happiness insupportable Suppose the liver be- Â¬ on earth came mulish appetite would bo annihil- Â¬ asfahaous nas been a common and ated food would bo loathed torturing favorito vegetable for more than two pamsAotdd invade thb small of tho back thousand years ani the head wniildVcho to burstincr At public dinners attended by tho Suppose thgktdnBysshntrtip shop and royal Prince of England tho guests are dangers more imminent sullerings more e Tm Tif fr atvtil A unbearable and death more certain The poet who speaks of a solemn would be the speedy and inevitable reÂ¬ hush sliould know that every hush is sult If tho little workshops of the eye should close in an hour no could not more orless solemn The sherry cobbler drinkor is a drown- Â¬ shut nor open them without physical ing man if one may judge by tho- way force and in another hour he would bo blindj ox if those of tho tongue should he catches at straws Some writer speaks of poetry as the art close it would become dry as a bone and of substantiating shaddows and of lend Â¬ stiff as steel To keep such a complico cation of machinery in working order for ing existence to nothing a lifetime is a miracle of wisdom but to Of tho one hundred and sixty four work them by the pleasure of eating and members of the Harvard graduating class drinking is a rniracle of benefioence seventy are going to study law a A woman Ltit fit to have a baby who That Boys Hair doesnt know how to hold it and this is A Michigan doctor has written a book as true of a tonguo as of a baby Mbs CmusTiANcr it is said will soon upon tho human hair in which ho pre-Â¬ Hairs do not as a marry Southerner who was in lovo with sents theso views ride penetrate the scalp perpendicularly her before she married tho Senator but at an angle When the angle of tho Thkbe is nothing says Carlyle the that so lifts a man out of himself as differenttohairs is easy same it is possible to give it the sweeps and curves admiration for what is truly admirable 1jUl 1J i uu u ne gcuciuuj1- BCU lb UISC 1UUtUUli A xocjfo man who had recently taken are oy some ireak of nature mi wife savs he didnt find it half so hard we havo tho rebellious frizzle tol to got married as he did to get furniture are not suscepuuie oi tne inuuence ol tu SxxiJt is only the frame to hoid our brush and comb Many a poor mother thoughts It is like tho sash of a win-- has half worried her life oat trying to dow a haavr sash will obscure tho train her Johnnys rebellious locks into light better wajs believing it was Johnnys Is some respects tho gentler sex far perverseness of manners that induced surpass us No man for instance can such dilapidated looking head gear when deliver a lecture with a dozen pins in his it was really none of Johnnys fault at all but simply a freak of nature in misplacing mouth And now the curious want to know the radiating centres of his hirsute cov- Â¬ why it is that people boot a dog shoo a ering Sometimes fowls suffer from a hen and slipper round the comer when contrariwise placing of the feathers they run the wrong way The authors they see their creditor One of the saddest and most vexatious father had a hen whose leg feathers ran trials that comes to a girl when she mar Â¬ up toward tho body those on the body ries is that she has to discharge- - her and neck toward the head This gave her perpetual look and she mother and depend on a servant girl could never fly erection A HOKOTEn locomotive just out of tho of animals during The or of of the hair anger human be Altoona shops weighs 20260 pounds ings in fright is caused by a change in the and being intended for fast trains is ex- Â¬ Biiu and angle at which tho hair enters pected to mat a ninety six miles in ninety the head and body NewJ 23e w TCP f J Staple and Fancv i 2e w E CAS T Ketnll Dealer la 1 1 i DR tliriTM mwwm A AM t 3 A PHASiCAN AND SURGEON FARIS KENTUCKY - janlt m his Professional Services to the cUxiis of iliekman and vicinity 80 - Keeps in stock at all times fresh and choice Groceries Provisions Canned and Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov7 Dr- - J HIS N Outten Office over Holcombe s drug store Res- Â¬ idence Moulton St near Cour- - House W T Fluamer MD vicinity OFFERS to the citizens Jffice PROFESSIONAL SER f Utckman aud l EEPS-alHcind- - see his old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see us Quick Sales and Small Profits Wont be undersold jan4tf GRO and W C Conrectioneries ERIES Dr Will be pleased to of staplranct Taney Corner room in Laclede House nachlt it v wn DENTIST A M PARKER Family Groceries NOtrouble to name all articles tosbow goods jan25 space DIESTJELBRXNK but no i artistic manner Special attentioa given u the regulation of children teeth Office in new addition to Lucleda Hetel ALL operations performed in the most Come and see at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ky i ly R M xMkTHEJSfY Family Grocery tiiid provision 3tor the best Sugyrt IPS Coffee 1 AND REAL ESTATE AGENT HICKMAN 0 Hughletts Wilson Attorney at Xj3w KY Sold Rented changed anil Taxes Paid Mow tV- - ijfccTtraaD tfnswp iour speciality in C Ground and Roasted yourself er profits with unroa xc to ha ii ru HaviriVno parlnrtP T D JiV1 Ertail Bought Ex- - wM ft ll gr ois CoaVcS fi i n and Sit-- fo - nil kinds tikrnlfjnarlV in exchange for goods or Cash feJUountry produce or in ir practicelrici all the Courts w HrHtfrilIumHSf il i f Vn oo t nermnnentlr located in -- HicV- - IibtsiiiA r- wrieh tf lntiis aa f investizo-nl r rnf i filler made a specialty - HICKMAN MARBLE HICKMAN KT DEALER 9 ITALTAH AND AhtERICAH TOMB AN1 MONUMENTS WmX MAitJrL JKWtfl n i 3G- R- C7 Jftfcsfe xmLsc ri T Tyer 31fc SJttoreys at liaWy Pw JUVI UIJ out-of-sor- ts 8TONES Tv yTATINO received a finHibf Amr 1 i icuu sou naiiuu maroie i sin prepared to fill all orders Calland examine ur work Orders from the country romfifv filled unyJft iMTt rlittfil Office Tllf ITTKKIl tnr fhaii- Tl if I - KENTUCKY lirtJlVVwd irjh MSIettISioefc Â¬ - minutes Ganntno shrimp and preserving fresh LUU1SV1LLB The First Dish of Cnm Hi figs for the general market is a success Â¬ S BEING ENTIRELY REFITTED AND ful industry in New Orleans rivaling the The first allusion to eating crow Refurnished famous canning establishments in Balti-Â¬ was made in the Knickerbocker Maga Â¬ PRICES REDUCED more zine a little mora than a quarter of a Full board and Large Handsomely fhr GrvB this country a certain cure for century ago It was a story of a summer nisbed rooms S3 per day corns freckles and warts and Presiden boarding nouso keeper on the Hudson novl5 4w J tT ALMV Iatiaer tial Conventions and elections would not and an indignant patron and ran as create a ripple of excitement Detroit follows Collector Heal Estate Agent I r O k HANDLE ATT8RNEY AT LAW I neas entrusted him in Southwestern Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee SpeciiilUtcntion given to the investiga iotS ot Land titles and ihe purchase ana r rteal Kdtate janStf v HIOKJrAN KY 5w Will attend promptly to all bust Free Press t Iad jojinivr-4-outnuioh-regirt- ft po-i-b- le demoi-iam-nation- Â¬ A colored widow iu Lexington K who is drawing a pen ioi ol 8 t nioi- h Jrotn the Ilivriiiuem recently ed nu oif r l ouri M e reinmLnig iy ii i an- - Jl Huy of exilai iouti gnomeilt wil lake my pnn un niy an nary uigger in Kaitink - wu3 S3 a mouth to we - ri j cannot be related here at length are among the most interesting in American facturesj black The material called lead is as marvelous as India rubber niiiinnrrn PDa nniifnn il is mniniv KS of incohsistencies 1COU AM t- brought out in Ari tomnAiafiiTA lmnTcn nn Ihft rvmimrv curiou- fat wmv v j j the tatigiie of insurance experts that no suDStance mown surpasses n m reÂ¬ Â¬ sisting heat Carbon in ordinary anthra- Â¬ iu all of the great citier of tlie civilizOccldectiy Mixed ed world the death rati i decrea ing cite burns carbon in graphite refuses to burn A crucible of graphite buried to The Battle of Gettysburg was fought The i cienc ol iigh liinz burning on the rebel i idc mainly by Long From 1873 n 18 the top infe mass of not only anthracite Lmtrevity refuses to carbon in carbon streets troops Tlii eminent Cunfed 78 the decrease in ihe London death burn but melts its metallic contents erae is now drawing the comfortable rate as cuupaicd lib the pieeeediog The diamond as is commonly known is salary of S750U as Mr Hayos Mii six year- - wa lour per cent ncarlvDure carbon but so is grapnlte ister to Turkey Meanwhile the Un- Â¬ The latter is the Boftest substance dug ion soldier who won the battle of Getty h Hlk as a Cause of Tnborculous from the eartn meaiamona lsinenara- burg and saved Peeuiylvania aud I lie 1 mond to sufficient heat nd it parts with 7 North from invasion is being de seems that a oousiuprable percent-- a mysterious something leaving a bit of It oounced by the Republican press as a age of the cows iL dairy frms through- - BOft and dissimilar carbon but it has not Some traitor and rebel sympathizer out the country ar- Lifch d with tuber-- yet unless we accept recent stories how it seems as if things had been culons disease and tho milk from animals been found possible to reverse the pr- propagate cess and add to the carbon that myster so affected has been fousd nixed Pittsburg Post the disease in other anu pie ious something The purity of graphite tinuocu- - is extraordinary It is sometimes refined rias Boilintr does not Political Excitement ous juay not this be outrcnuse of tho until less than one twentieth ot one per The philosopher of the Richmond spread of tulierclo among the human cent of other matter than carbon is left species and particularly the population i merely a trace Advocate writes The finest specimen Children are very j of g0ia ever found probably was ono It is in order now for some relig of large cities ions journals to groan and predict a largely fed on cows milk and the class xom the TJral Mountains which was bad year for the church because a of maladies which have a known connec 9896 per cent fine thus haling 104 tion with tlie formation of tubercular of substance against President and congressmen will be doposit in the various organs of the body percent cent foreign finest graphite or in the 020 per Â¬ choen So far as we cao collect sta- is undoubtedly iucriaiuig It is not a stating it in another way the finest gold tistics a lively canvass hasent hurt philosophic conclusiou that tho young of had more than five times and the aver- Â¬ camptneeting and revival exorcises one speeies can be safely or naturally fed age gold produced has twenty to fifty The people when aroused on public on the milk of another This is ob- Â¬ times as much impurity as the finest to raise and wo a gTave qu Assuminir that questions come together in crowds and viously with a full btiun of responsibility Ticnnderocra trrailute tense it large audiences to the preach raise can be shown that the feeding of j the diamond is perfectly pure carbon luruish H it this mere trace of impurity h all that ers Interest in State or uational af infanto on milk cf the cow and the ex separates the rare hard translucent fairs lifts the citizen from the eftfi i tensive use ol that commodity as an costly diamond from the common exces Â¬ rut of everday life He couien out of article of diet is a perilous error the in Â¬ sively soft dull comparatively valueless graphite scarcely one half as heavy as his shell The poor soul grub quit ference must be grave indeed Bie gem and yet the two are closely its ignoble and narrow life of burrow alike and almost equal in their resistance The Tlolln ing and feeding It Sedges and ri How these things are so is yet to fire Â¬ wiog man buraing with A tes on Not so many years ago it was consid- among the secrets of natures laboratory pure and intense potriotism hears with ered highly improper for ladies to play TJwrrPwnrv iti 41m friol rf n rmnfrirr eagerness the story of supreme self the violin But now at least in Eng u one QaU jQm Bate a man well sacrifice The batter part of bim has land an tnis nas enauged There is n- Bcarcely a family of girls in the upper Known mronguoui tne mining regions the tuanteryof the meaner strata oi jjonuon society wnere mere is of the West was on the stand and in not at least one who plays the fiddle and cross examination he was asked if ho It w said that ifrncook baa never in one household there are six daughters was not a mining expert He replied entertained a doubt of bis election all of whom are violinists Female fid- Â¬ that ho was not He was asked to state dlers play in the orchestra of the Boyal what a mining expertwas Well sir The New Haven Register has this Academy and in that of the National said he a mining expert is a man who to say of the political outlook in Con Training School of Music and it is no wears eye glasses parts his hair in the uncommon sight in iho London streets lniddlo has graduated t Freiberg and uccticut to seo a girl carrying her fiddle in its speaks bad English The New York Democracy is a unit black case It seems to be an instrument fOT with jek iux i end mtm8 deUCate rZSSiom1611 Tm number of Bibles and Testaments Jcfmrxl fnrh vpnrlrv tli TtriHsli nnrl For eign Bible Society is nearly 8000000 i h vcrj A zxo mine has been opened in the by ihe American Society 1400000 iu ta jtawi mountains ten miles south of Elmira Within seventy five years 150000000 lUiiubicau party and a stock company foraed to work it oopieB hare been put into circulation - It i i a Its nnlikeness to fa a nmmofAfl MJ MJ1WQ 04OT lfail iH DUggCOKJU Tvir aanrrr flio weight is less ihan one fourth that of lead and that while lead fuses at a low temperature crraphite is not friable at - vj cier - -- HBx I Â¬ 0t - frliy 4g t - ataWtiTind tough or that tho roast beef must have aiuti OR1CINAL AND ONLY CENUINI been cut from the cows hoofs he was directly told that he was entirely too pertickJer and that the autocrat of the Threshing Machinery and Portable table and house could eat anything even and Traction Engines a crow Thissettled the matter for the THE STANDARD o exeeHaoc Omgtomt Otr time being but tho boarder convinced against his will was of the same opinion MATCHLESS for GTfcSTfcc TtaoiiTiat Pom tact CiosDbstSapiJ tad Thotvujk Work still at all events in regard to the quality of Putz ThoroagX Worimicilip ZjoiU ilciih tai of the edibles placed before him So m ModeL Bm RVELOUS brwlly often was the remark M Tkin eat anyÂ¬ tfriae mric to aO Vma of GrLaxaimallp kaowa u it only sneceesfill thing I kin eat a crow brought down IKSI 0 Astnnlahlnzlv Durable and wcmUrfuZv rtmiUvsim leas than ul tha osoal nm and baits on his devoted head that he finally le PORTABLE TRACTION and STRAW BURNINC STEAM ENClNESwUh pia solved to try the old man He went out futmes of Power Durablfity Sif etr Eeoaaax sad BxJitJ entirely unknown la other nukea Stcnnw aues rower Uatflta oca Bteam lotrer Scporotora a specuuty toae Jrp- ol peparatoni lam gunning one day and succeeded in bag Â¬ klx to tweira sona powort aiso nra BtTIe jtmrroTea moantea llarse ging a very fine fat old blacl crow He Ci Two ThirtylogatiottYears of Prosperous and tw ontinuoua Business cjiou pT wiflnj f g or isacagensent fornishea a of TTiTnn went into the kitchen and by dint of soft xuaranteo for aosaricr roods sad hfmombla deahaz f ftiwii words and filthy lucre induced the cook r nr 1Indrna no and fopnluttouurt ilTSiMTCMi nAIITinUT w aura wmnrry Bjm rxrea w r V lllllll to allow lum to prepare thatcrow for the to til wall In6 Tarioas sukera r aor attenmt - of tr u ksOl anil palzroff tnltziar tat nonjrsl Ho boiled it nicelv and it Trnsnt table DECEIVED His fefico llistt sanlr a bad looking man iHTEr au nE NOT urtfcten naciJaeiT- - If rn boy f XHK0V1K3HKaHtoA by tneH expwtmenUl and Keeps it together but the rough posts heart misgave him tho filthy old cuss C3 op ful particular call oar dMlen or wtIU which no one sees It is not the mans would eat it after alL The cook was a t u tor niuitraiei CtnraUraWhlcli a ntll fir MAma pretence that gives him liis value but Scotch woman and used snuff He bor- Â¬ mCHOLS 8HEPABD ft CO Battle Creak Mich tho motives which are hidden from view rowed all she had and sprinkled it The teaching of the Indians at Hamp Â¬ liberally over the crow gave it another ton Va during the past year has been simmer and then taking it on a salver very successful They are eager to learn brought it before his host saying 03 he Now my dear vsir you and are interesting pupils In work they sat it down o have said it a thousand tunes if yoihave are slow but as a rule willing uffiS Co Young There are mean men in this world said it once that you can eat crow isHero JbWhE It said and in that class may be reckoned tho is one very oaref ally cooked turned pale for resident of a country town who hearing the old manhimself against a moment ONE OF THE SAFEST AN MOST SUBSTAKHAL BOATS ON TELE KIVER braced the back of Solicited that two of Ids friends had gone fishing but chair and with I kin eat crow he SS Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country hies himself to tho market and buys every his began cutting a good mouthful He Produce Live Stock etc trout to be luuL may9 79 swallowed it and then preparing for a second onslaught ho looked his boarder When a man is young he spends much straight in the eye while he ejaculated of his time in parting his hair in the Ive eaten crow and took his second middle when he is old and bold he portion He lifted his hands mechanically wastes much more time in trying tomako as if for a third onslaught but dropped the ends of his sparse locks meet upon them quickly over the region of his stomach and rising hurriedly and un Â¬ the polished crown above steadily retreated for the door muttering HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED REFITTED REFURBISHED as he went but haaa me if I hanker THIS thoroughly renovated Convenient to river and rAilroad and attentiv after it watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels In this section Tho Bnrglar TTasnH There Cost of Spirits and Beer maj9 79 W TURNER Too much presence of mind ia a rare The profit on the sale of whisky by re- surplus in man or woman It may make barrel tail is enormous There are in a queer mistakes as eioitcmcnt itself Sheep Raising Mi of whisky thirty one gallons At retell as A Southern lady while preparing io m- there are 0i drinks in a gallon and 1984 retire for the night thought she saw ilie The sheep industry in the United drinks in a barrel cost per gallon say eye of a full length portrait of Wash Â¬ States is vast and important and in the 250 This makes tho cost of 81 gallons ington trink She had heard ot burg Â¬ consideration of which there are two jt7750 and 1981 drinks at 10 cents a hidintr behind pictures but she did partially distinct and at the some tune oneep were in drink are 19850 Peduot the cost lars scream and faint She took off her interlocking interests J ifAii not 7750 and it leaves of profit for one diamonds and opening a dratrer as if to early times grown almost solely for their ntT J barrel of whisky 12090 If a saloon Â¬ pat them in it took out a revolver and wool and with tha annual shearing came iiii - a m keeper can sell barrels a month he re- quickly discharged six shots into the the years income but in later times stXt ceives 48360 and for the year 580320 head of tho portrait and the servants and never so prominently as now the i t Take out for expences 1500 and it rushed in and found there was no burg Â¬ carcass is looked upon as an important U I rKtsrjt Ji OJ leaves a net profit of 430320 ll ft - i tt X utixt t IH1I U there and the 82300 picture was item in sheep husbandry Mutton as a For a barrel of ale of 81 gallons the lar Uh1 sex -- lut 4M as h spoiled for nothing Presence of mind cheap and acceptable meat has of late cost is about 3 In a gallon the num coolness dont mint to be accompa Â¬ grown greatly in popularity and mutton now stands as one of the two important ber of drinks will average 18 at 5 cents and by too much imagination urtrfe nied tu k iAiJbivAi Vl factors in the successful raising of sheep a drink this is 90 cents a gallon or f na m it 2790 a barrel Deduct ihB cost of In view of the fact that the merino is ri ii ftet h Tocn house is a perfect oonserva- - essentially a wool producing breed with 8 and it leaves of profit 1990 a beer tlH id staxwfapbf barrel or on the 11000000 of barrels at f tory Oldboy admiringly remarked his a fleece of the finest and best quality it UaarVJ- 4 lafi wo urauuiiu nuiuuiiD mono guziiig is evident that the pure blood merino 5 cents a glass for beer and ale of 273 t it fasit ikw- Ah with blooming plants crowded though it may supply our manufactories 000000 aA ti The cost to tlie people of the United yes replied Oldboy nervously glancÂ¬ with the material for the finest of woolen i J6joii-UVlttti ifaaiuatt I Hiau Jk3 iult 1 States for distilled and fermented liquors ing at a woman with her head swathed goods on the other hand cannot late--v Ag ajjranwt Vr1t iriffcd iltfit J in a dust can iust comincr down from sheep having must be some 800000000 a year This satisfy the butcher The s to--lif7 1 t a iSSrfStv is an enormous sum for drink And not step ladder to fondle the bird dog with to both feed and clothe its keeper it is t rt 1 usjtivi regular hot an important question What is the a dollar of this vast expenditure adds j a mop stick Oh yeBita a V nvtsfnAt- best breed of sheep to do this Evi- Â¬ anything to the physical mental --3r house 4 dently not the pure blooded merino cre- Â¬ moral well being ol our lamiiy but Though the growing of the pure blooded ates misery and evil beyond the power of Sanitary Sleeping merinos has its place and an impor- Â¬ any pen to describe or any imagination Dr B W Eichardson protests against tant one and the demand for their wool to conceive And yet we have this fact to console ns There ore not as much tho double bed jEe maintains that the indicates the prosperity of manufacture in ardent spirits consumed now per capita system of having beds to which two per of the finest goods it is by thecrossingdf somo extent un them with other breeds in which the as fifty years ago Tho consumption of Bons sleep is always henlthf uL Each little child oven should flesh producing qualities predominate beer and ale is greater Exchange have its own little bod No two children that a sheep best for both meat and wool are constituted so as to requiro the same is produced A cross breed is the one The Boy and tae Procession kind of bed clothing and the samo kind that in most localities is to pay The No children or persons merino is slow of growth and small of What would a procession be without of bedding the attending escort of boys Did you can eleep under tho same coveringi with- Â¬ carcass when mature but when crossed over boo a procession with no boys lead- Â¬ out one being the cause of somo discom- Â¬ with a rapid grower one that matures ing tlie advance or following along by fort to tho other by movement position early is a high feeder and lays on flesh the side ofit Never unless it was a or drag of clothing Beyond theso dis- Â¬ rapidly but not remarkable for its wool VEALERJ IS ALL K1XUS Ol funeral procession But there is another comforts howover there is the questipn either in xtuantity or quality a sheep ia of emanations from the breath At some obtained that pays for itself in its wool procession that he doesnt take stock in His proudest position is right alongside time or other tho breath of one of tho of prime quality and furnisnes good of the drum major and ho would feel sleepers must in some degree affect the quantify of mutton as a profit Of such that a kick from that gorgeous personage other tho breath is heavy disagreeable character are the crosses of the merino or a thump from Ids staff with the big it may be so intolerable that in waking with the Cotswold and the South down ASD tiVECJKI AUEXTsi TOK gilded knob would be the highest honor hours wholi tho senses are alive to it it But with tho great mass of American ho could receive The next most desir Â¬ would be sickening soon after a short ex- Â¬ sheep on the Western plains wool is the WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING ljIACMS ALSO AGENTS FOR able position is next to tho man who posure to it Hero in bed with the sen- Â¬ important product- and here the cross blows the bass drum which he will hold ses locked np the disagreeable odor may must be with the merino upon the THRESHERS GAAB SG0TT for squares at tho imminent risk of hav not be realized but assuredly because it a race of sheep which has native ing his brains knocked out by the big in not dotocted it is not less injurious grown out of a variety of early impor- Â¬ 6 Keeps on luind r i - tyr pitn drum stiok And you cant tire the boys Moreover under the single bod system tations to this country an intercrossing out cither no matter how protracted it is rendered impossible to place very of various breedsinj which many of the the march may be A few may lag old and very young people to sleep to- Â¬ good points have been lost In this field riniKMi m along the line cheerfully tripping up a gether To tho young this is a positive the merino has a jgreat work to do to blessing for thero ia no praetico more raise the yield of wool one two or more soldier now and then but their places ore quickly filled up at the head of the deleterious to tliem than to sleep with pounds per head and give it a higher OF WAtiXCTyRERS column There they go some white tho aged Tlie vital warmth that is so value some black some barefooted somo with- Â¬ essential for their growth and develop- Â¬ out jackets and others bareheaded Thev ment is robbed from them by tho aged ifl The members of a young ladcs deÂ¬ are irrepressiblo and it doesnt do any and they are enfeebled at n time when bating society in Troy have decided in ore least ablo to bear tho onfecble good for the marshal to shake his sword they favor of long courtship Xievcl headed girls Observation has taught them that at them and order thom away or for ment policemen to threaten They aro the there iswoudcrful falling offof confec- Â¬ TEEL FLOWS AORICOLTDRAI IMPLEMENTS tions balls carriage rides self appomted advanco guard of tho pro It takes 800000 pounds of chewing to whon courtHhip nds and the and opera stern reah cession and cannot ve luscnargeu or dis bacco a year to supply tho United States JHCOCCJJfiCaMC flLIK jtics of mameq life begin pcrscd army - A MEDiCAn writer asks Does position affect sleep It does particularly if tho man is holding the position of night watchman He is liable to be disturbed by the police Mother SnrPTONs famous prophecy says that the end of tho world will take place in 1881 This can not but prove a comforting thought to people who have uiungagea ui nil in 1BK The Queen of England is becoming more and more subject to fatigue at re- Â¬ ceptions She is also gutting to be un Â¬ usually whimsical so that great trouble is given to tho court officials Petnce Bismarck is supposed to be on good terms with only three sovereign Princes in the German Empire viz the King of Saxony tlie King of Bavaria ana me urana iUKe ol Baden gest that the spring chicken was rather Whenever the boarder ventured to buc-- NIGHOLSSHEPAR OOBatfleCrseim I r 1 a 4 t iKB mrZIB9 HICKMAN WHARFBOAT John J Proprs mm m HIG2MAF KESraUCgE J Propr - 1 I i -- Â¬ titJ -- - ri 1 - -- - tyf -- all - - Ji DR iH Oils 4a- - r MSDIt ive I3ST1SS iind Sluffs HICKZMIAiN ICElSTTTJCKIir BONDURANS Asrienltural Implement s CS nil IUIiI I iliU i xfc CZ3 3 Â¬ i5 AsjiiEjsjsygs SvS ftS5f SS5J r - roiv-O - s j t V Aiip vVVVJ VVifKI52e53waa5SSffl23 -t - jCiijaL v vt - i - HiBB 7 HWlifj lllMnift Vu lTlfc WBil 7HMmP Trip - - -- 3feifeaHfaafiSatHa1Bi III 111 HHSBhLmH - MM II Ml rjfa3JMB Ml P -- W M 1 JiMWrT III 11 SdtSEV - - - II mm mr n- - - III -- M - - - mi iijMMnillliaJrMiaaMIllTmlWltlJIMMIlMMI it FOR COJlOttESN Wb are authorized to announce W W TICE as a candidate to represent the poople of the 1st Ky District in the --f- TjHICRMAN COURIER SENTENCED FOB lilFE EBIDAY SEPT 17 1880 Bans aBQfi MAKER- BOOT AND surprising to find how few pee school lair pie read and study the OUR enterprising friend J W Rogers SJlQ OCK OiMih Vfut uaav of Mjuspir f MfcWbcrt oamnmnloAtlnnsJon public Rev S W Mnoro a prominent min Many teachers aro as little posted in is nowreceiving a splendid lofof fresh ind Troy Aveuuas East Uinkman Ky uesUons Jtiuted hut ael responsible Groceries which he is faraeatitnents or expreiaionsiof oorrcs ister in the Methodist church fed in the school law as they are in tbe pos the very lowest prices offering for salo at iSf Satisfaction suaratadd DSALKa IS ly may9 adcaU csotpi where wo refuse to give West Tennessee last week law the etook law or tbe road law meof author J AMBERGS SONS have received their Would It not pay ui to study the law Fall and Winter Stock of Jeans which Mi field Fair opens October 13th soma and find out what it does require thay now offer to tbe trade at very low ISootaud Mfaoo 3Ialior and KINDLING 60 cents a load School aijd Miscellaijeous HICKMAN KENTUCKY HICKMAN L sep3 tf M CO We aro already to find fault with the prices Call before buying elsewhere Tbe WsJUeki iro playing now at Ladies and Geats boots and shoes mado aug27 4t STDbiob City There are to be seven eclipses tbis ytcm and suggest that the legislature c In- Â¬ to order and ia the latest fashion year four of the sun two of the moon make some change in tbe law when Tbe Djer county Fair will com visible patches put en wheib last longer Best Whisky and one of the Republican partythan when sewed All I ask is a trial The half the time there is a provision in The best crades of whisk v kent at rea fcBtHO at Dyersburg Tuesday Oct 19 Shop next door to City Barber Shep will occur Nov 2 and will be viei the law to remedy tbe very evil of sonable brices by last T The tobacco crop in Western Ken- Â¬ fbT TU which we complain It is very com Â¬ api3U ble all over the United States W ROGERS J tucky has improTed since the recent rams mon to begiu to deory the entire sys Negroes are also beinr imported in Â¬ tern about thi time of year because Xlxed 1ntntk Cheaper Still 3ffiA now snpply of CARPETS Terjr Stationery Wall Paper Pic- Â¬ Pure Lead and Zino mixed with Liu to Ohio to vote the Republican ticket tho pro rata is so low Almost every secd Oil of any desired color the best in Things must look scary indeed to the year there has been a decrease and the market for 160 a gallon at St J AMDEGSJSONS ture Frames Republicans wnen tiiqy deem it neces the people are very anxious to blame sepi3 3t Buck cowgill HAS JUSTofRECEIVED BUTTERICK3 LiillUUU rmliaiiniiuimi latest Fall and Winter LOST M sary to increase tbelr vote by such somebody Tbe truth is many of the AplalnGoldjBiHg on Clinton history of tbe case Fashions and a large lot of samples of AMBERGS SONS have just received J TO BUY YOUR Street en raTtd K jVBiSn 5e inside is briefly- best friends of education have long means Foektt Cutlery Toys and Fancy French Enzlish and German goods the best assortment of Ladies Mens and Qjntlcmen are invited to call and ex Liberal leward if rtturned 1o this office Rans Wade and Mary Wade are brothThe editor of the Clinton Democrat since beeujeonvinced that the State fund sept25 ri Few states in the Un Boys Custom made Shoes ever brought to Drugs is too large Medicines C Pinafore kai reached SoathAfricn er and sister They lived some 4 miles wants the people of Hickman county to ion pay as large a pcrcapita as Ken Hickman and will guarantee satisfaction Goods from Hickman in this county kept house build a new court house as the old one is both ia price and quality ejri an excaange Ita a mighty good aug27 4t CO together for years and was raising a lit- nearly worn out Of the present struc- Â¬ tucky I believe no other State payn W GORMAN FANCY TOILET ARTICLES place for it CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Hickuax Kr Sept 9 1880 as much to all the pupils out of the tle niece 8 or 9 years old These three ture he says The old bliildlnc only illy PESPUMES PINE Mrs Addie Jones bai returned from were the only occupants of the house- Â¬ adapted to the uses of a county court- State treasury as Kentucky Still our We take this method of announcing to BSALXXB I SL Louis where she has been purehasihg hold It became understood in the neigh- Â¬ house could still be used for many years school system is not in as flourishing the publio that we have thoroughly tried SOAPS PAINTS and tested and are now using the Twin liar TaJI millinery goods STOVES borhood that Mary Wade was enciente if it was in good conditien and safe but a condition ai some of our neighbors Spring Bed sold by Fox Sims and we OILS fgySend forxjopies of my Ifeto Reduced being neither it must of necessity give who have younger systems than our cheerfully pronounce it the best as well aCALL and SEC the nice Ready and as the report progressed it became place in a short time to n new one List of Picture Frames Ckromos Headquarters kinds of 372 STUPPS Price Croquet Sets and Base Ball for and Repairing for all workmen Job WorkÂ¬ own The truth is neither our legis- as cheapest bed en the market It is Good Brackets employ aggravated by the intimation that Rans iltde Clothing at lators nor the people understand the clean noiseless elastic durable and is 1878 ed and the best of material used jyll Wade her brother was the father of the tf J AMBERGS SONS Our in every respect a comfortable bed We CIGARS AND TOBACCO Six good agents with teams to sell the workings of tho sehooUsystem unborn child or children The report of Twin Spring Bed in Fulton county Good law makers try to amend the law at advise all who wish to Ret tbe worth of Mr Ferdinan BereDdes one of the this terribly outrageous relation fiARDNER jyoney to buy the Twin Spriug Bed guarauiecu Meiereqpes requireu every sitting of the legislature but Elasors Htk eldest 6raan residents of Hickman died great excitement and many bims to B1M lOi CUnton Ky they know so little of tbe law that 4BBlK Auberg Mrs S L Buck AoaWane on Wednesday aged abont 56 people were on the alert tokno nBBBWT 5eptl0 4t C HugbletteWjlson they do not know what the real needs n A Tyler Beer Saloon c SEWING MACHINES Last Wednesday week as Mrs of tho country arc Tbe McUatchen Hall is beinc cut truth ThiB excitement was still further J H Montgomery R T Douglass u MILLERS old stand Clinton street into slptng apartments and the base aggravated by the report that Mary had John Graham was ridine home from We are constantly trying expert OYSTERS BOLOGVE 8AU given birth to a child and that it had church horseback in Fulton county the manta in our schools that have proved 25cts Lower than the Lowest Prescriptions Accurately Compounded saent is to be occupied asa restaurant PIGSFEET Fruits Candy Vuts 1 have no clerk expensss been foully dealt with to hide their guilt horse became frightened and threw him to failuros long sinoeio other States no store rent at the Drug Store of There will be a protracted meeting Cheese Crackers Mo specialties The and pay cash for all my Groceries and and shame At this stage of tbe affair the ground In falling Mrs Graham If some one proposes measures that therefore can sell as cheap as thccheap best of Cigars and Tobacco to commence on Saturday Tie morrow certain neighbors approached Rans Wade struck the ground on her head and the would bring our old common wealth est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone Jj g on the Wilson road near tho State line H Ti and plainly told him the accusation that weight of her body being ttarqwn upon abreast of the times the members are Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low Â¬ - Work baa again commenced on the existed against himself and sister bold of the matter for est Rans her neck it was broken and she died in a afraid to take JOHN WITTING d lie short time Kckmau wharf filling witHDclc and replied that the report was a d She was 70 years old at the fear it would be unpopular Tbe truth SEAR JORDAN STA FDLTON CO KY O 2 COFFINS MATRASSES tc jfctrush A special train Is nowMengaged Steps were taken to have the officers in- time of her death and we learn had been is the candidate for legislative honors The Fall Session will open Sept 6th g CO m HICKMAN C fTia the work vestigate the matter and while the public riding the horse that caused her death soon finds that tho publio school sys KENTUCKY 18S0 Wo solicit your patronage and as Â¬ Meals P sure you that your money and childrens Dr F M MoRee of Obion county mind was in this condition the Wades for niueteen years Clinton Democrat temtohas many enemies who are oppos o Mr Marien Williams having bought time will not be spent in vain Board ed 3E1 Ck JEZ everything that looks to the im the RESTAURANT formerly kept by War Â¬ Mary yet in child bed fled the State i brought in the first bale of cotton of this can be had in several families convenient Si O 32 A Notice for tHe Ladies provement of tho schools The officers pursued and captured them ner Meacham respecttully announces era R W NORTON Prln lo the school atasan on Monday It wag bought by J Others who claim to be friends to to the pnblio that the establishment has Aug6 4t W H NORTON Asst There has ever been n cry in this mar Â¬ at Union City Tenn brought them back JH bergs Sons at lie fcrirnyMfcBMttBBjglriirl theBjBtem manifest suob supreme in- Â¬ been overhauled and that the former pa- Â¬ a and placed them in the connty jail where ket for FINE DRE3 GOODS andTRIM difference in the matter that tbe can trons and travelling publio can be ac Certain men in Florida drive a Iu they have been confined since Q ILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON Sale MiNGS The demand can now be sup- Â¬ didate soon finds be would better turn commodated at all hours at 25 cents a cratire business catching rattlesnakes On the Sunday of their flight citizens meal SQuRegular Boarders accomodated 03 mile south west of the Court House tn and shipping them north Tbe market is visited the Wade premises and in a cor- Â¬ plied if you will cal at AMBERGS for bis attention to more popular topics Highest market prices paid for Poulthe town of Hickman embracing a oat tf quoted at S3 a piece for good sized rat ner of the yard they found fresh earth your SILKS Embroideries Laces Ties But who is to Maine for this indiffer try Butter Eggs Vegetables c FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF tACRE8 ence No doubt tho masses are censuraKENTUCKY STREET Hers c All sold very low covered with plank and digging down Gloves Hose of laud nearly all under fence with a ble but the teachers themselves are ca constantly on land for hire oo ANOTHER nice line of ACTIVES W they found a candle box containing the 2t J AMBERGIS SONS more to blame than any one else LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING KEEPS sale the iiojt convenient best and heaviest bodies of newly bern Every other profession holds its HORSBS BUGGIES and HACKS The Danville Advocate one of the OS3 Coek Store made good Cistern and Stables young bearing g TWIH BABES 53 meetings adopts its resolutions and Thankful most conservative and reliable journals Orchard of selected fruit good Garden tended him for patronage heretofore ex Â¬ -- 3t ee J W CORMANt CO well developed and one of tkem unusually in the State utters a common truth which makes its suggestion to the members he solicits a contiaaanc of o spot and good lots of never failing wator same o Teanhers are of the legislature Tbe sscood bale of cotton tins sea Â¬ large Esq J W Mayes summoned a every for Stock For terms apply to the under Â¬ experienced editor will recognize j brought together oace a year by force signed orT M French C F C C son was brought in by J W Spain of jury of inquest and sent for Dr A A LOWER and LOWER Our experience as an editor and pubCD ja30 80 B R WALKER ca Obion county and was sold to J H Plant Paris of Hickman to conduct the autop Â¬ lisher for a number of years has taught and of law hurry through with their busi All kinds of Groceries hams sides Bro for 18J cenU It classed strict sy Tbe examination proved that the us that no matter how many good things nessns rapidly as possible usually as cheap as tho oheapest I nill cot be MANGELS BAKERY Jew recommendatory resolutions undersold JOHN WITTiNG middling skulls of the children had been crushed you may say about people and the enter- pass a prises in which they are interested you at the close of their meeting which 3 3 AH D roB Two human heads were found last as with some heavy instrument and their seldom hear from them words of approv- Â¬ TO STAY they forget themselves before they are o CD Q week floating in aMinncsotaflakoj Tbe bodies otherwise bruised and mangled al but if perchance something would outside of the school room and never ca yon will as THE REQU1AR adreriiseakat Bays The owner can haTe Tbe examination indicated that the lungs get intothey doa not like of abuse be quite trduble themselves to know whether sure have storm coma to had been inflated had breath- Â¬ you o FBESH SBEAD them by calling in person and describing Cairo Hickman New Marlrid that will forcibly remind you of an their representatives see them pr not CD ed andttbejtoxiniwhicVthey were bur- Â¬ approaching tornado when where and how they lost them True there is often a body of teachers Eolls Coffes Cako Lomoaade Cider ied was found P 9 was w CS2 in attendance at the legislature who BWE have now on hand the finest evidence on the fuff of blood ItHuffmanin 13 ICE CREAM c trial that Mrs make a few suggestions but three out BETTER STXJLI assortment f MENS and BOYS READ1 a mid wife of S years experience O had Xotiuars Wee and FyatolsLSu ALL KINDS OF We propose selling the TWIN SPRING of four of these men are interested MADE CLOTHING ever brought to this visited Mary Wade and by exami jation recommend it ip some school they want chartered or BED at 3 50 Call and see us and taP-market Call and examine and we will had found the child properly presented have pome other ax to grind Tbe CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO IT IS NOT NARCOTIC C and all indications favorable and healthy save just 1 50 amendments to the school law are often guarantee satisfaction in quality style BEST IN THE WORLD Mrs Huffman notified her of her true so clearly in the interest of a few par GARDNER KISTNER and prices J AMBERGS SONS W1TT1KG ticular hchoolct thut the friends of edu -condition and warned her that she must Hickman Ky tf AMBROSE MasTsa Q The paitors of the North and South bave tbe attention of some doctor It CENTAUR UCTTVrRNTS tho x cation are compelled to oppose them rx VV M great Paln Kellevlns Methodist churches at Paducahhav is appears that both Rans Wade and his Other members feel it to be their Worlds The Fulton Circuit Court closed its This elegant passenger steamer will 2 remedies Theylieal soothe and sued a memorial to the churehest large sister were fully apprized and cognisant business yesterday at noon o arrive at Hickman going down every and was then duty to do everything in their power Tuesday aud Thursday np Tdnesday praying them to consider morp earnestly of tbe true situation and on the uisht of only waiting en the Rraud jury to get to cripple the entire system So be cureBurnsWoundsWeakBack and Friday au20 some plans for the re nnion jfthe two parturition did not call either a doctor or through its labors for final adjournment tween the open enemies the pretended and Rheumatism upon Man friends who wish lo line their own and Sprains Galls and amc branches n 0i1erielP yhneesj Knt after the Four persous were convicted for terms in FDLTON CIRCUIT COURT Cheap quick iu- - ness upon Beasts tho carelessness pockets Our City Hall is to be renovated or occurrence concealed and denied th fact the penitentiary The rrand lurv has difference andthe real friends of and sys i and reliable the of M V Tomlinson and AM Tom- - i The defence was very ably conducted returned more indictments than any since almost rebuilt is the prospect now with i i uueo uui aucuuipiiru U on linson leui ii u wouuer it J L T t J 11 11 ouu me opera chairs modern stage ecenery etc htr Pnl TTonll ml Tili u TU Tk ueji lue war j jw i rciurucu hbtcuit i J Petition Ezpartei much What we particularly need is Divine services Methodist Church It is greatly to be desired ifiepan as admitted the birth of the bastard child largerportion of wbich were for viola- - professional teachers who understand To all xchoni it maifcQ nctrn every Sunday 11 A it and 7 J t v 4 shown ns will convert the oldfrTclcfty afÂ¬ ren but denied any concealment as to tions of the tempera nee lays kTistiBBV tsfe ft ftftBk wKr P4 tho sobool law themselves and aro wil hsNotice ishereby given thaton the Slit Service of Song at 9 a m birth or flight and denied the murder l qay ot fair into a light cheerful fashionable Sunday School at 0 a m ling to explain tho matter to their pat- Â¬ 5 aukusioou uie peuuoners At ft The defense theory was that one of the Prayer Meeting Wednesday 71 vyr T Tomlinson aud AnnaALTeinliason his rons There are too many porsous Impure m Carb Soda ta of a wife tiled in tho oScoof tbeclfcrk of tha Rev E K BaAMsroBD Pastor may children was born dead and that the Ilchtfy LADIES 3 u a MRS ADDIE JONES ias just return- engaged iu school work whose interest appear dirty xvblte color It lt tvlilte examined by C L Randle S S Supt Fulton Circiiit Corirt tlielrjointpetitiou bruised body and fractured skull oocurr ed from St Louis where she has been is bounded by be number of dollars COMlAEISON VITI Please send me your addresi and I will eir bat a st prayinthit Anna Sf Tomlinsonbe em Â¬ cHimcir BRAND ahiti SllOVS and MILLINpowered by decree of said court to use HAIHITIEIl xsl yeu free E Butterick Cos cata ed someway in the mothers agony dur- Â¬ purchasing her stock of FALLannouncesÂ¬ they receive Will GOODS and respectfully EfotUHWMinl tbe dlOTerence enjoy sell aud couvey for her oyrujbaa illnstralingall thetnew inropean ing parturition The argument was that ERY she is now opening one of the finest jjlogns See that jron r Baking Soda fs refitJnjCproparly eho niay owpior acquire Scuool Distbict No 4 the Woman did not know her real condi that white and PTJHE aaahonld be AXIi fandAmerieaa FashionsiliN selections of Fashionable Coods ever treo rrom the claim or Uebtof aer bus Fultoft county Ky JSpt 4 1880 J IIICKMAX UOlREB UFMCK SIitllEAIt SUKSXANCES used for ition for a time and that when it was brought to this market baud and to make eontrncu sue and be i food t i FainAY Sept 17 188C known neither she or her brother knew Xind friends oftKt Educational De sued as a single woman and ti traJe ia A simple but severe test of tbe comparctira 160 4th Avenue Talue ot different brands of Eoda is to diuolvo a ea jgwhat was proper to de in such emergen- Â¬ own name and 2 Thb Wallaces Tba Wallacka partment and readers of the Courier ncf XC PRODUCE COTJXTJEtX Louisville Ky fpoonful of each kind with about a piaS deatert VJ herby will or desd dispose of her proper Â¬ ty ol wateroot preferred ia dear clusra atirtiss cies and that because of Rans WattVs closed their exhibitions here Wednesday I shall attempt to give you a britf de Meeting thoroughljr diaeolvea tmtil all u The delete Mass A Temperance humiliation at the disgrace of T JI FRENCH Attest I came PORK1 4c FRUIT Apples 3 te 3Jcents his sister night being into the third week of their scription of our littlo school rioui insolnble matter ia the inferior Boda wQL S C F C C aug27 2vr DRIED mass cueting will bs tbeld at the 34elho- be shown after settling some twenty tnlautea ta here twelve months ago last July I Peaches 4 to 5 cents ijeld hertBd relatives engagement jgd hiedesiretto They held good houses sooner by the milky appeuanoa of the solatioa dist church next Sunday eve theilOth at frtmlbe exposure bright WHEAT market active 90aSl23 per bush i and the quantity oZ Costing flccky Batter ac long a stay the house found many brilliant minds and her giving birth to surprisingly cording to quality 4 oclock p a Some of the Temperauce a bastard child caused him to neglect to the last nightforo well filled During faces I attempted to do my duty MEAL- 60c from wagons being Be sure and ask for Church Cos Boda and sen old ones in the cause and younl send fpiAdotor and alsbTto attempt to their stay they afforded infinite amuse1- - cheerfully and my efforts were appre- BEESJFAX 20o per lb HOWiQST HQW REST0R3DI aae that their name is on the package acd yoa will jet the whitest made tua I HIDES green 6c dry salted 12c dry ot this with purest and in preference to TheVg ones too will address the meeting A carry ber out of the country It was not ment to our play going people and won ciated by my pupils and patrons sour milk JUSr PUBLISHED a new flint Pordex aavce twenty ttoj its cost Tery interesting meeting isanticipated charged in the indictment that her brother-- high position in popular favor Their en returned last July and resumed my JfOOL loo editiou of Da Coxvcrwexls 40a45c per lb tub washed unBea one pound package ir valuable Iaopa school work I have enrolled fifty and let everybody turn oat Celebrates Essat on the rid-washed 22 to30 cts was the father of the children and no tertainments are chaste cultivate 1 and tca and read cueTallr ical cure without medicine of tfpermatar- pupils this term have taught thirty FEATHERS 3Ga40o per lb prime 2 - Next 8unday services at thCtbo msdence was offered as toYtbis report moral and the pieces tbey attempt to play SBQW THIS TO YOUS IBOGEft rbcea or Seminal Weakness involuntary our days and made an average of thir TaLLO W 6 per lb Seminal Losses Impotency Mental aad lie Chsrch at the nsnal p Tfcey were tried for the murder of one of are always very cleverly rendered They ty six My highest number in attend- Â¬ BUTTER fresh 15c per lb Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar Â¬ sa- - Father Anastasius will givea series in Wiiiurent anu ioe veruictoime jury promise lo visit Hickman old again some- Â¬ ance was forty six and the lowest num POULTRY Spring ohickens 150 riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy 5200a225 per doxen when the new Hall is completed ber twontv eight If any of our teach AUU lUClf pUUiOUUiVUb UCU time of lectures on Revelation aa d Revealed gUllby and- fits induced by self Indnlgtaco of EGGS lOo per dozen Christianity Tbe first e eta re will be at imprisonmefcfbrhfe in the State pen- sexual extravagauoe ice ers Or any other friend to the cause of BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels Tbe celebrated author in this admir Â¬ on The Greatest Historical Fact The itentiaryorgT160 iron bound 160 Flour 45jtNEW GOODS 11 education will call and deliver a leo NEW GOODS A able Essay clearly demonstrates from a ti Apple and Potato 35c Kraut and Pickle Reverend lecturer proposes loshflw tbe XOTXS turc or an address we shall be pleased TTTTUOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER thirty years successful practice that the 8tands 76c to 160 Cyprens Kegs irou to bear it Professors Saunders and falley of modern Positivismany onbe f MfttviWa eclairas that a man by the MR H BUCHANAN alarming conseqnenoes or sell abuse may bound 10 gals 90c Oak 50c lief in general and to meet the opponents he radically cured without the dangerous KfeSallivsa Is the father of the Jias returned from New York Caldnall are specially invited A visit Lftal or tha applica- Â¬ use ofinteraalmedicine from either of you would bo appreciaof Christianity on their own ground GROCERIES xhiMtesfcthat after accomplishing her tion oCthe knile pointing out a aods ef He is now open- Â¬ ted by our people Our sobool house and Boston uiucLE or OAFEir-r-uu- r youngi ruiabe fled the country She says that cure at oeco simple certain and effectual and furniture are1 inferior in quality BACON sides 12ots shoulders 9ets hams by mean of which every sufferer so mat Â¬ 14ct8 friend C Hughlette Wilson willjrganize her brothers only crime is in refusing to ing one of the most complete but a more social hospitable people ter what his coitdllioa may be nay enre the Circle of Safety at the Odd Pellows turn against her in ber hour of disgrace Stock of Goods ever brought cannot be found in the State They CHEESE 12al4c per pound himself Cheapley privately and radically 16a20 per Temple next Monday night Sept 20th as everybody else did that thesfUreu to the Hickman market Call are attempting to press forward and COFFEE Rio 7a9cperlb lb Z This Lecture Bhould be in the hands CRAOKCRS 1880 Tne Circle of Safety is a jpurely were born dead and that this Of every youth and every man la the land and JnJ4tyle wijb the aid of a few lire educators ti fiQAL OIL 20 per gallon lb Sent under seal in a plain envelape U temperance order and its work of a strict- first pleading Quality or Price he cannot be address them I hope via shall succeed XASDLES star 16al5o per FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS any address post paid on receipt of six FLOUR Hickman Mills 550 ly reformatory and educational character Rans Wade states that the children As our patrons are anxious to use MOLASSES 40a 60o per bbl UUets per cents er two postage siauipj NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR There are no restrictions in regard Jo age were born dead He says that he declin- heat by any market every means in their power for the ad Address the Publishers half barrel septl to save and educate tbe ed to send for a Doctor or other help or its object being THE CDLVEKWELL MEDICAL CO vancemont of their ohildren and the LARD OIL 100 per gallon It is a most agreeable dressing which 41 Ann St New York P O Box 4583 young and reform the middlo aged and to tell any neighbors of the facts because is at onco harmless and effectual for pupils themselves anxious to learn we LARD 8ca lOcper lb maeeied 050 per kec old It ia doubtless a good thing all of a sense of shame bog the friends of education to lend us GUNPOWDER the liulr It restores with POWELL In Hickman on GIIOLSON preTns BLASTING POWDEtt 550 per Uu- etemperance movements are and our citiReport says that Mary Wade several Let us be awake and active SODA 6tS per lb by the the morning of the loth inst at the their aid ti kosj aul frchiOss of youth faded U Methodist church by the pastor Rev and form our lives as wo would have SUGAR brown 9o hardlliJUilsi zens would do well to assist in the move- - limes previously has had the appearance or hraji lisht niul red hair to a rich E K Uransford Ma F F Guolson of them appear when the records are un- SHOT per bag -- 25 M of being enciente and after a time apbrovfiiortleyp black as may bo desired BlCt Cairo 111 and Miss Mart Powell of STONEWARE lOpor gallou jitiD eternity IJy ilsiiC iliiuliair is tliickcncd and pearances would disappear and that no 2CEW GOODS Hickman daughter of Mr J H i dw- sealed and read TOBACCO manufaod per i lOnivv bailiivee often though nut always cured Saccie Kimbell suck man as- Sullivan was ever in the No cards ell raw GOODS 1 50 SALT sack salt fiuivi2 It cJusclw fulling of the hair inmtedi- - PiSHHUf Quite a host of friends assembled at rel 5BW GOODS xeif hboraoodj No proof asio such reports 176 to 200 Baruum TOaQls I Jim aUlvismd caust s a new growth fn all tAMH yra qrpugni out 7 the church at the appointed hour to wit Â¬ HARDWARE ET SEW GOODS HI Tbe LouUville Post thus graphical- Â¬ J4 cisswire the ltiuls arc n jt di cavcd v rVTJere is considerable sympathy mani- - ness the nuptial ceremonies The bridal JJEW GOODS Mt CASTINGS 3it5c per lb rWie t linisiiy voak or uihuru lso fesfedby jaany for the unfortunate pair party entered the church at 730 greeted ly Daiuts the new aspirant jor Cou IRON 2TEVf GOODS Bvg8B3HBH8BssspHHBIB bar mze 2Jc per lb inWsiUlity aud riir but the majority sentiment very general- with the happy slraids of tbe wedding KreionaI honors of this District PLOW 8TEKLy6Cpe lb v NEW GOODS lluble t ly approve the verdict of the jury Many march the bride leaning upon the arm It is however in personal appearance PLOW SlKEL WINGS ojc paj tU r NEW GOODS Take IRON AXLE 6o per lb i i tbcujht ucBmcrallV guilty bat expoct of her father and the bridegroom attend that Mr Tice is most remarkable the scalp cures V NEW GOODS JHS8 Congbs Colds Sore Threat Sroo under NAILS 375 rales ejl them fo escape for want of proper le ing Mrs James Wearn a sister of the a loaf of flour dough let it remain w iimiHtuaiiiii oi uanururt tje Mil NEW GOODS wx a tropical sun fashion it so as to resemble MOUSE SHOE NAILS iicftf ifM chitis AsthmR Cooseunptloa galjeiidence f bride The attendants wero Mr Lloyd somewhat a human face with a broad STEEL cast M 3 A 20a k ttki 4il8i c lii sliwtilalint aud NEW GOOD- And All BUiMti r THKOAT ad IttSSQC h Upais most u not r Mr Chas mouth beardless chin sharp eyes thin STEEL PLOWa SalSJlcnct lb at AMBERGSj j Mary Wadejras 38 years old at the time Gholson and Miss Pot op In Qnari SM BoOIm lot TubS7 Vm i rf Scltitiflo llT pnfnd ot BaIiui Tbta hidTiVnd dlftiises pocnlir - - - iVct theoffenset and does net havethe ap- - Douclas and Miss Rosa Davis After the lips flat forehead and a few twisted JilllJS Sli5a io per sen TUmai Rock CaJr Old Kj nd JMc taotem ittm FortaoU v a IIickjian Boy InM pcBiotibv ui fvviunu aiccjicu m crime ceremony the party immedi lely proceed horseshoe nails tuck in for teeth and you PLOWS Hertweck KkUr Vf Killed V- J t treai phjtfin to bUr wmmcnWi ia kixrwn tacsr b f some idea of tho features of this cuSt Steel Plows No telligence Las just reached us that Char- She looks haggard hopeless an d ruined ed to the depot where they took tbe 830 havo looking individual iurfl l3 j 1 nUJI hot O A UAKIBBKta 3UctpUmVm No 8 The rest of his leases rious 850 No I 5 0 zLlatelU rieiT bnttlv- It liwaU isoom luiJ Ue- ley Geurley who left Hickman some time and claims to be agonized more odd and Baltsera patent one hoMf I TOLU suuLuaaistHtzusi proioBtMt far because train for an extended bridal tour through body seems in sympathy with his I j- faSniua 4nutaiinlW WmIc CanOol CoBtaaUat Biuuaat lo-eince to cast his fortune in the far West of her brothers fate than for her own Central Kentucky tra plow moulds U0j esc Jf tn th Lnnx lao Miss Mary is a good crotesdue face His feet are as larze as San Thrct A 4Wk scraper same A0 those of the famous ram of Derby His was attacked by a miner Jack Collins She says she deserves to be MivGJiolsqiureiiiiCts tegs UMd u a BH VKRAOE u4 AffZTUBU It roiViw H and true woman and agMSaavBer punished tl If are long and jangling His body is Powell Bro from various fm rjj i iiymjKinible Itiscolor- dfiiKbtriil Vxits lot ttiBlij otm Iplmnt tataAs IX n t TL who attempted to cut Charley with a but not for murder uk n dablUUtod ti crna ton acUrttx and KmW i 00ab00 very short for his height and his comhorse plows itheroi nor dye aud to th who hnwa fatmL a ii--knife when Gonrley drew a pistol and plexion so ague smitten that you plows o00alf00 Sans Vaie Is 47 years old is a farm- It iiniiarts - yhlt cambric by nnrrtnaipied VAU XXV1V pvQ7ovKooka4Bita- ft i shot Collins dead in self defense We er waBTiever marrica ana was never J irt would suppose him to be constantly draw fl anwbotrjtopalinoff speaktoo uig i lnstiir JrfHiup nnd nr ith KTCytuoiitt I ot our TOLO ROOK ing about six feet of malaria are irry that one of our Hickecan boys charged with crime before this He 1 plaoainl7mltcatduttalsmadAMDIAtgalnaaaTr M We UK was giouswortujor inwyojSJo jiut r the toSut it is ttonutni- - Milii nte r tnz a UOVKKXKKOT STAMP on ul tutu- should be compelled evenia self defense r Wika t per yird BAGGING 10al2Jc smgajEupou K a conf sdexatejioldier and by report made pray Heavens Choicest iufi wi7lrjJHsil i its excellence XJLWKUXOI Jt MAJtTU Proprtosraji The Best I Ever Knew Of t v V UeVuNuto sacrifice and take the life efa fellow 111 jusiwa mirmrx inirjigo vwif ritiriiui J G Strrkey a prominent and influen- Â¬ ROPE machine 16a 20o a good one Since his arrest two years them W 5VTe are sorry that Charley is en Â¬ CO A BY UR lieing C AYER had TIES 5aGc w a I 13f Ak yoar Ttrassl r J ago the jailer at times allowed him very J at Pnho5KvWiLL tial citiieu of Iowa City Bays I haveseve LEATHER kip skins S LGGV1 jyw Mil iJ On the Htlti r Itt trf-rt AIt your GncvMernkanl tor- U gaged in the occupation be is and think Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for njytu jil ChomistB Vlao pTAiH yoar aak yoar lit great liberty and lime and again he KHall W diss AHPMeeAtx lb 30 a 3 5c upper side lt Mamma for til E7 Children ral years audliave used every remedy Massthat had he been following a more legitiii mi owitUa Vi kflfi it ttrn tin the TGtbjinat at tbejresideaee of without relief until I tried Sbilohe Vi- Â¬ PRINTS 5a7c per yard mate calling this sad affair would not could have made his escape Day after j outfit tVetv Aldr - U Hi- - Lj ussiMTe uviKvwKnt VlJ rJrtd b- paVOOIMTV GSOOCRSand DOMESTIC 3Jal2Jo per yard which entirely cured me Price No news as to the trial day and night after night he has been RCWCruiceSneycjejJWlqnXME3 talize have happened aptjO Co Portland Maine MOLCOMDE T H i Z JEANS 0a75c per yard COWGILL Sold by DUCK 76 cents Ljs reached us attcn- - w dIMadMisTIissocitrCxttCr3 streets without guard - Lucal Hems i and Mary IVatle Brother antl Sister Cosivactetl of Mitrtler has cone visitineito the conn- dmce try and camoiaokaad put himself up In jail Of courBfbe cculd have made his escape on such occasions Commonwealth Attorney Thomas won high encomiums for the able manner in which he conducted the prosecution P S Tho Wades have appealed lhe case Educalitirial Department J U SAUNDERS HaOTOTHE HeadquarlFfoPanitind of ScJwol Editou next Congress of the United States DJftUG STORE or Books and School Supplies Start audi w fcjwwaTstffc j j lowt The Jury in Hie Cose of Rans and Mary VTade brother and sister on Saturday last returned a verdict of guilty and fixed their punishment at confinement in tbe State penitentiary for life The verdict caused considerable surprise especially among the legal fraternity who very generally expected an acquittal A ma Â¬ jority of public sentiment however sus- Â¬ tained the verdict of the Jury At the time tbe offence occurred the feeling again8tthe Wades was very strong but being delayed from court to court the excitement subsided and tbe opinion gradually obtained that thoy would es- Â¬ cape any severe punishment and in the meantime considerable sympathy sprung up for the unfortunate pair Tbe -- It is School Xitnr EAtUIONABLE CITY ITEMS 0OWCILL WM PRBNZ rft Dry Stove Wobd tl H F Fetiie ft John G Griffin 2VIerchaiit Tailor Â¬ Patent Â¬ J Â¬ TINWARE Â¬ Wanted io2cct Inives EISTIOM Laor B17GK COWGILL m o 3XSk 3ElJKZ at all Hours --- 8 FUENITUEE Rural Academy a 2 3 -- oo is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Q u and livery Stable Wm B Plummer Children Â¬ t Â¬ CRY Pitchers Castoria IF F E3 S3 I Q CONFECTIONERY C3iB ft Ml 10 ke t CASES jaaoru KAISER 3S235Z - JjfcfegtjM Â¬ Ssiv W r- Kile -- Is IB m OPEMNGrr Â¬ a y cos I a Js A 1 - T ksrt sBC I S Â¬ - fBLj -- Â¬ Â¬ I IS borAt30 1 TT - - S B Brevard - Â¬ -- Â¬ examinemfM MairYigor Ayers lsisSili I Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - V Wi -- Â¬ lirfrt WtiirUtlmsil -t - F S17IECUBE - - Lulu-Powel- ail1ivsit - sr Â¬ - Â¬ 1 -e- -- J oliliot - A- - -- Â¬ J- - l - f -- i 4 -- Â¬ - Â¬ - upon the or ti - I s- WJ 4 Ijj OOVC Ah J- - t I- t fit V f 7 S varvi sij3a iiJw IMTORTANT AND INTERESTING STATEMENTS Bead REMARKABLE CASE A Kan and Iawardlx for Everybody Ashburnhak Mass Jan 14 1880 I have been very sick over two years They all gave mo tip as past cure I tried the most skillful physicians hut they did not reach the worst part The longs and heart would fill up every night and distress me and my throat was very bad I told my children I never should die in peace until 1 had tried Hop Bitters I have taken two bottles They have helped me very much indeed I shall take two more by that time I shall be well There was a lot of sick folks here who have seen how they helped me and they used them and are cured and feel as thankful as I do that there is so valuable a medicine made Yours Mns Julia G Cushejo SSurte Dlttt-Somf-thi- ng Head and XlTlna ILotmTitle Commercial With a BIk Dole la a Bone la Ills Brain alia I -- A most remarkable case in surgery has been developed at the United States Marino Hospital here It is one of those rare cases that disobey ill the lavs ol the yellow back books and effectually puz- Â¬ zles the doctors During the labor riota of 1873 a mulatto named Jeff Jones who is now 36 years old was struck on the crown of the head with a club and his skull was badly fractured This occured in the interior of the State of Ohio For several days the man was unconscious but in six months time he had recovered sufficiently to go to his work Soon after this however he began to complain ol severe pains in the place where the frac- Â¬ ture occured the pain grew worse and worse and finally Jones became subject to epileptic convulsions which continued Battle Creek Mich Jan 31 18S0 till two years had elapsed from the time I have used seven bottles of Hop Bit Â¬ of the original injury At some small ters which have cured me of a severe town in Ohio the operation of trephining chronic difficulty of the kidneys and have or boring a hole in the skull was per- Â¬ formed and the depressed bono was re- Â¬ had a pleasant effect on my system moved Jones was entirely relieved by Walhend Kansas Dec 8 1879 the operation and soon afterwards he I writs to inform you what great relief went to work as a roustabout on a steam- Â¬ got from taking your Hop Bitters I boat In 1878 three years after the tre Â¬ was suffering from neuralgia and dyspep Â¬ phining he began to complain of the same sia and a few bottles have entirely cured pains which iollowed the original injury me and am truly thankful for so good The pains gradually became unbearable and epileptic convulsions again occured a medicine Mrs Mattes Cooper In tins condition on the 19th of January Cedab Batotj Texas Oct 28 1879 1880 the man was admitted to tho Marine Hospital here and Dr W H Long the Hop Bitters Co have heretofore been bitterly opposed surgeon in charge undertook his case to any medicine not prescribed by a phy Â¬ which was diainioscd as one of pressure sician of my choice My wife fifty six on the brain caused by the bono having years old had come by degrees to a slow reformed over tho opening made by the was cup shaped snnaown iioctors failed to benefit her trephine The new bone got a bottle of Hop Bitters for her which with the convexity pressing on the deli-Â¬ oon relieved her in many ways My kid Â¬ cate tissues of tiuyjijfe The man was intensely neys were badly affected and I took twen- Â¬ almost a ty or thereabouts doses and found much In March hosawawawawawssawained and relief sent to Galveston for more and the convex picSHHpRts removed ftt the seat ol word came back none in the market fo The trephining 3saw great is the demand but I got some else- the former operation and gave instant four where It has restored both of us to good and complete relief But in about spot weeks the pains were renewed at the health and we are duly gratefuL of the trephine and a small quantity of Yours P Maqet pus was discharged through the scalp New Bloomftels Miss Jan 2 1880 This state of affairs continued for about two weeks when Dr Long made an in- Â¬ Hop Bitters Co of the wound and it wish to say to yon that have been cision in the site a piece of bone was suffering for the last five years with a se-Â¬ was discovered that bone was revere itching all over I have heard of loose in the brain The moved and was found to be about two Hop Bitters and have tried it I have quarters used up four bottles and it has done me inches long one and three and very thick The more good than all the doctors and medi- Â¬ inches broad external plates of cines that they could use on or with me smooth internal andalmost entirely ab- Â¬ the bone had been X am old and poor but feel to bless you brain and for such a relief from your medicine and sorbed by the eaten away the piece of until it had bone had been torment of the doctors have had fif- Â¬ On teen doctors at me One gave me seven become honeycombed quarter one side the of the circle ounces of solution of arsenic another bone bore about one Dr Long supposes by took four quarts of blood from me All madewhentrephining struck the bone had Jones was they could tell was that it was skin sick- Â¬ that fractured but had been held in its been ness Now after these four bottles of proper position by the other bones of the your medicine my skin is well clean and skulL In the operation of trephining Henry Knoche smooth as ever the bone had been fuither loosened and had fallen into the brain where it must Mtltox Del Feb 10 1880 have laineix weeks When it was re- Â¬ Being induced by a neighbor to try moved sufferer became relieved from Hop Bitters am well pleased with it as all painthe the wound rapidly healed and a tonic medicine it having so much im- Â¬ ills were not over in a But the proved my feelings and benefited my short timemans he began to complain of a system which was very much out of tone violent pain in the back part of the head causing great feebleness and the scalp then became elevated and Mrs James Betts seemed to contain puss It was opened KaIiAMAZOO Mich Feb 22 1880 deeply but not a drop of puss was found Â¬ As the pain continued it was finally deHop Bitters Mfg Co termined to cut down the bone Conse- Â¬ I know Hop Bitters wDl bear recommend- Â¬ quently in the latter part of May the man ation honestly All who use them confer was put under the influence of chloroform upon them the highest encomiums and and a conical incision four inches broad gho them credit for making cures all was made over the seat of the pain in the have prominent part of that portion of the the proprietors claim for them kept them since they were first offered to skull It was found that here the exter- Â¬ the public They took high rank from nal table of the skull in a space ol more the first and maintained it and are more than four inches had been entirely ab- Â¬ called for than all others combined So sorbed leaving the bone in a rough state long as they keep up their high reputa- Â¬ the cellular structure being exposed to tion for purity and usefulness I shall con- Â¬ view This surface was well scraped and tinue to recommend them something I the wound was dressed Since that time have never before done with any other there has been no return of pain and the patent medicine Babcoce wounds are entirely healed Jones has Physician and Druggist gained more than twenty five pounds in weight and for the first time in many Kahoka Mo Feb 9 1880 months is able to be out of doors and at purchased five bottles of your Hop work The most curious feature of tho Bitters of Bishop Co last fall for my case is that notwithstanding the im- Â¬ daughter and am well pleased with the mense amount of damage done to tho ex- Â¬ Bitters They did her more good than ternal plate of the skull in the posterior all the medicine she had taken for six part of the head not a single drop of pus Wm T McClure years ever ran from tho place There is no history of syphalis in the case or it would A session naan1 a xmu be easy to account for the absorption of the bone As it is however it cannot be accounted for When the scalp was cut it was found that it was three quarters of an inch thick This unusualthickness snpplies the place of the bone in the skull where there is an opening made by the piece which was taken from the brain The bone wDl in all probability never form over the opening but a siccatricial THE GBEAT tissue has formed there I I I I Sleeping Heroes I do not know a more picturesque evolution in mythology than that by which the Hindoo king of death became in Per- Â¬ sia the king who never died The vedio king of death was Yama which seems to mean the declining the reference beÂ¬ ing probably to the sun jjoing down into darkness But the Persian dream dwelt on the radiant glories of the sunset which pointed the way westward to golden islets and Hesperian gardens By such dreams perhaps man was drawn to some of his earliest migrations But the sunset lus- Â¬ tres correspond with the splendors of sun rise When therefore the Hindoo lord of death Yama reappeared as the Persian Jami he was associated with the dawn as well as the sunset He was fa bled as the first monarch of Persia It was tho golden age when he began hiE reign for a long time there was no oppression injustice sickness or war But ultimately this happy age was broken by an evil doer and then Jami bade adieu to his country and went to dwell in a beautiful island in the west where he still lives but will some day return to restore the blissful era Jami is probably the patriarch of all sleeping heroes of Epimenides who slept fifty years then waked up to save his country of St John who still sleeps at Ephesus while his counterpart Ahas uerus finds no repose of Boabdil and Sebastian who stdl await the bugles which shall recall Moor and Portuguese to struggle again for a dominion awarded by destiny to neither of Barbarosso whose red beard rooted in his cavern floor has sent threads far and wide through tho folk lore of Germany of the Priest of Hagia Sophia who bides tho day when the Turks shall be expelled from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Delights of British Ballnay TraTel Two gentlemen belonging to Glasgow who had been to Belfast were returning home by way of Stranraer and entered the train leaving there shortly before 8 oclock They traveled by themselves till they reached Ayr when they were joined byastalwart gentlemanly looking FARM NOTES Harrr the man who tills the field Content with rnatlo labor Earth doea to him her fullness yield Hap what may to his neighbor Well days Bound nights oh can A life more rational and free T then be skeletojBfced I Â¬ J I I I I Constantinople of Tell who was so wide Â¬ awake after his mythical slumber in Switzerland that he emboldened some scholar to resolve him into sunshine and of Charlemagne supposed to be still alive but who must be very restless con Â¬ sidering tho variety of localities in which A little while ho is said to be sleeping of ter says Rabelais Pantagrael heard news that his father Gargantua bad been translated into the Land of the Fairies by Morgue as heretofore were Ogier and Arthur The fairy Morgue entertained the Dane Ogier so pleasantly that the paÂ¬ gans seized Jerusalem in his absence and in connecting n similar catastrophe to his Utopia with the translation of Gar gantua Rabelais would seem to have re- Â¬ cognized the necessity of reminding the pious of thisrerrion that there were ad vantages in being occasionally wide- Â¬ awake But Mythology had already made the discovery before him and re Â¬ ported that now and then in emergen- Â¬ cies the Seven Sleepers sallied forth to be the Seven Champions of Christendom and that all of these enchanted heroes will wake up at last In one sense the prophecy has been largely fulfilled Ten- Â¬ nyson has summoned Arthur from Ava lon and Irving has summoned Jeffer- Â¬ son keeps awake Barbarossa under the droll disguise of Bip Van Winkle The fairy Poesy is able to break the spell of tho enchantress Morgue M D Con way in Harvrrs Maqazine I JJ I HUNTS REMEDY KWnay and Liver Medicine CUKES Urer Bladder and Urinary Organs Dropsy all Diseases of the Kidney Jones is about able to return to his work as a roustabout and will leave the hospital in a few days earth eating and such a habit exists in some parts of the northern island of Ja- Â¬ StomachDjspepslaConsUpationFlIeg pan The origin of this custom has been ascribed to various causes but it seems most probable that in the majority of oases the habit has been formed in CORES WHKX ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAIL as it acts directly and at once on tht times of great scarcity when the people Kidneys Liver and Bowels restoring them ate the earth in order to partially dis- Â¬ to a healthy action HUNTS REMEDY is a safe sure and speedy cure and hundreds have tend the stomach and so in a measure been cured by it when physicians and friends allay the pangs of hunger and that from had given them up to die Do not delay try at this the custom became a habitual dis- Â¬ cace HUNTS REMEDY ease In no case yet examined of an Eead for pamphlet to earth bo used has any appreciable TOC CLAUSE Providence B I T mi at amount of real nutriment been discovMtnffl anA tt9R Trfeei tie cheapest Ask your drureist for HUNTS ered In Java a fat clay is used in or lake no other Lapland a similar earth containing mica made into a kind of bread in the South of Persia a carbonate of magnesium and calcium Some negro tribes and tribes of American Indians are also earth eaters Mr G G Love of New York haa communicated to the Chemical News an analysis of a sample of earth obtained FOR CHILLS AND FEVER from a bed several feet in thickness in a small valley at Tsiptonai on the CJXSXD BT north coast of YezoflHHttns food Malarial Ftlswilng by the Ainos light gray color and it OFTHE BLOOD souprWHBy roots and A Warrant Curt is made into Ainos inKssentially a water by the clay similar to that used by the JavaIVros iiu bt au rjixoatrrs nese but richer in silica the sample examined contained but a small amount of organic of Killer fragments ofmatter which consistedaroÂ¬ leaves possessing an matic odor and perhaps intentionally BECOHHXHBEB By ByiHau by JTwunmo by Jfinutm by ITeAtm mixed with the earth on that account ia by Stna BapiuU BT EnSKYBODY It is said that in some parts of Japan a red hole is made into cakes and eaten by - STTRE CUBE for PAIN Kll I PR the women with the idea and wish of Bias rxacesa Byeentery Cramps Cholera eoutaU Bowel Complaints giving themselves elegant and slender forms It is also rumored that among PAIK KILLER the opposite Bex not exclusively natives World far Stele Headarbe rata la iba Bark rata 1st lac Side BaemwHsm suta of the land a similar diseased habit arising from the opposite wish to get XearsJffUt fat is not unknown An accurate an Â¬ UNtnsrnONABLT THE alysis of this dirt has not yet been made I but its permanent nutritivo properties Itt egtul Xmxg tkt yet beat faatd appear to be small Japav Gazelle or Stale by all Medicine Dealers TTTAJITKB ltiiU everywhere to til ost good By Gbeen the celebrated detective serYV sample to families we gtra attractive puHiU geant of the London city police force is and first class goods to your customers ire sits tod good profits we prepay all express charges we farnuh out dead He was notable as the hero of Writ for particulars fit tires PEOPLES TEA CO Box 8000 St Louis Mo one of those extraordinary chases after criminals which occur more frequently in sensational novels than in real life Last year a defaulting bank manager absconded and Green was put on his KEr7 LAW Thousands of Soldiers and hair enti Passe Partout in Jules Vornes tled renxions date back to disehargs or death Ttnu track Bound the World in Ninety Days Imifirf liHrsn with stamp GEO E UEXON had scarcely a more abnormal experi- Â¬ Washington D C T O Drawer 838 ence of a man hunt for tho pursuit was continued through half a score of coun- Â¬ Agents Wanted aam tries and occupied six or eight months troll tjj0 cj Vyplet JA BE0X6ON Dworld Mich In the end tho bank manager was run to So free ground at Buenos Ayres and arrested 5 a ta C3nirdy atboma at Simple worth Maine IB U Address Brtssox Co Portland but he succeeded in obtaining a warrant learnTelesrapbr and sarn tie to elOO a against the officer for on attempt to kid Â¬ t month K TervrradnatenxarantaedaTaTlflrBlt nap him and bnt for the British Consul cation AdrV Valentine Manager Janet riUaWia matters would have gono hard with ftTO mweiL 1 a day at home easily made Costly Green who was forced to return with Ontatfres addreaa Tacx a Co XngaaU Maine out his man X TEAR and errensea to Arenti Oattt Free Addreas P Harry Beckett is generally praised in O VICKEBY Angotta Maine Outfit a week in yosr own town COTerms and toMains- JJondon as another American actor S66 tret H Gravel Diabetes Bright Disease Pains in the Back IOlns or Side Retention or Ifonretention of Urine Nervous Diseases Female Weaknesses Excesses Jaun- Â¬ dice Biliousness Headache Soar Toothsome Perhaps If Not Fattening More barbarous or semi civilized tribes are addicted to the custom of HUNTS REMEDY T7IE Â¬ How Ice Is Hade Every knows that different fluids will boil at different temperatures Water boils at 212 deg Fahrenheit ether at 95 deg sulphurous acid boils at 15 deg or 17 deg below the point at which water freezes while ammonia in liquid form and under the ordinary pressuro of the atmosphere will boil at 28 deg below zero or 60 deg below the freezing-point of water It not only vaporises or boils as we say at a very low temperature but the vapor has an im Â¬ mense capacity for latent heat The keen eye of modern science has noted these peculiar characteristics of ammo- Â¬ nia and machinery has been devised to tako advantage of them A certain amount of liquid ammonia is introduced into the machine and assum Â¬ ing that there is no leakage or breakage it will do permanent duty It wiil start here go through the apparatus and come back ready to do duty over again as often as required Here it is a liquid a little further on it flies off into a gas then it condenses into a liquid and again a little further on becomes a gas onco more to settle into the liquid state toward the end of its journey at the orig- Â¬ inal starting point Now if the reader will bear in mind that liquid ammonia on changing into a gas absorbs an im- Â¬ mense quantity of heat and is bound to have it from somewhere or other he will easily understand that just at the points in the machinery where the chango takes place there will be intense cold The ammonia as fast as it becomes a gas must have caloric to generate and it will suck what it requires out of the machinery and the surrounding air or anything else that happen to be near It is at those points in the apparatus where this process is going on that we find the icicles hanging and the little patches of snowy looking ice and hoar Â¬ frost Just at these points you may re- Â¬ duce temperature to almost any degree you please and if you want to cool your brine all you have to do is to pass it through a coil of pipe winding round the receptacle in which the heat sucking process is going on and if you choose it may be made hot enough to freeze a tank of water in a bakers oven Most people know that ordinary brine that is salt and water requires a much greater degree of cold to freeze it than pure water Hence salt cast upon ice or snow melts it A solution of chloride of lime which constitutes the brine in this machine may be cooled down to 50 deg below zero without freezing In connection with the ice making machine it is not necessary to reduce the brine to such a temperature but after passing through a spiral pipe in the cooler it issues in a frigid torrent which freezes water more rapidly than tho severest winters night Â¬ ThuiHfea vcrKure A Texas Tragedy A triple tragedy lately took place at Leesville Texas Three leading citizens and brothers Houston William and Phipps Littlefield while working on a road met Orvie James and Edward Price Si 00 ja Â¬ Pw M M lfot Best Liniment Made Â¬ Â¬ Houston Littlefield had had a difficulty with the party and separated without settling it Meeting again they renewed the quarrel Hous- Â¬ ton Littlefield drew his pistol on Orvie Martin who was unarmed James MarÂ¬ tin seeing his brother in danger ran np and struck Houston Littlefield with a hoe felling him to the ground At that Phipps Littlefield drew his revolver and shot James Martin the ball hitting him on the head By this time all hands hod drawn revolvers and a general fire be Â¬ gan Ed Martin was wounded in the hand but not lefore he had shot and in-Â¬ stantly killed Houston and William Littlefield The two Littlefields lay dead while their brother mortally wounded cast his dying gaze upon their ghastly bodies reddened with gore The Mar- Â¬ tins then left the scene Phipps Little- Â¬ field died a few hours after the tight It is thought the Littlefield family connec- Â¬ tions will take up the fight and wreak vengeance on the Martins Martin previous Â¬ PENSIONS i Â¬ -- concerning the story of Eutychus the young man who listen- Â¬ ing to the preaching of the Apostle Paul fell asleep and falling down was taken up dead What he said do we learn from this very solemn event when the reply from a little girl came pat and prompt PlcaFe eir ministers should learn not to prtscb too long ser-Â¬ -school Its Lesson A minister was questioning nis Sunday- VCUNGMEN mons Sensible 777 Adlrtu Ineverargy agin a success says ArtemusWard when I see arattfe Sxuxtt A Portland - snaixs bed sticking out of a hole I bear off to the left and say to myself that hole belongs to that snaix Piok off the potato bugs by hand when the vines are small it will save the ne- Â¬ man Who nmvArl iAhAajlanrMwuill Mm anion Directly the train moved out cessity for Paris green No soil has yet been discovered in oi the station tho new oomer picked up a pipe belonging to one of the gentlemen this country where remunerative crops and throw it out of the window Al- Â¬ can be secured without labor or subÂ¬ though rather chagrined neither of tho stantial property without value received The mowing machine ought not to be gentlemen said anything wishing to avoid disturDance and believing that gauged to cut low If grass is cut too their companion was intoxicated Soon close the succeeding crop is much in- Â¬ the stranger began to punch them in the jured especially if the summer is a dry ribs with a stick put himself into a one menacing attitude talked very incoherAs A rule in a country which produces ently and amused himself by knocking a wild fruit a cultivated variety of the off their hats The two gentlemen began same may be successfully raised Thereto think that matters had proceeded just fore wherever the wild blackberry makes far enough and one of them quietly in- its appearance the Lawton and other formed the stranger that he had better improved varieties ought to have at least desist and that he might find if he per a fair trial sisted in his little game that he had When plants are to be transplanted met his match The train had passed they should be well wet down several Irvine and was flying onward when sud- hours before moving so as to allow the denly the stranger produced from a styl water to soak around the roots and if ish game bag a six chambered revolver this must be done while the sun is shin- Â¬ of large size He examined it for a mining brightly it will be best to shade the ute or two and then drew the trigger plants for a time till the water has soaked once or twice evidently to Batisfy himin self that it was not loaded The exami- Â¬ A MEOBANicsviriLK N Y farmer nation of tho revolver concluded the protects his hen roost from hawks and stranger laid it down beside him on the from thieves by keeping a flock of a seat while he took from a case filled with dozen guinea fowls He regards them ball cartridges half a dozen to load tho than any watch dog and says revolver The stronger of the two gentle- Â¬ better that they give instant warning of the apÂ¬ men thought that his time for action had proach of a stranger arrived and quietly picked up the revolSeed beds of fruit and forest trees ver ostensibly with the object of look- Â¬ ing at it but when his excited fellow need close attention to keep the soil traveler requested it to be returned the loose and the weeds from establishing Tho beds especially of request was refused Then a scene oc- Â¬ themselves evergreens will need curred in tho compartment jytran hot sun which may beshelter frombythe provided a gcr rushed at the gentiemobMHKpos session of the revolver knockeaoff his luttice work of laths or brush may be hat and endeavored forcibly to possess used but less convenient in weeding When about to set a hen take a nail himself of the weapon He failed and keg and soak it until water tight saw it was then observed looking for a knife He was then told that if he did not sit in halves and put in two inches of wa- Â¬ down and remain quiet he would be ter in the water put in half an ounce of severely dealt with and he contented oil of sassafras and one ounce of solu- Â¬ tion of carbolic acid Close to the sur- Â¬ himself with threatening what he would do till the train reached Johnstone Hero face of the water fit a thin piece of per- Â¬ the gentlman handed the revolver to tho forated board put over this a piece of flannel and then put in fresh earth guard of the train and informed an official of what had occurred and stated enough to shape the nest and line with Now put a few drops of oil that the man had as much powder in his cut straw possession as would wreck a train Tho of sassafras about the nest put in your Yon eggs and hen and over all put a barrel reply received was to the effect are all alike to us and if it dont suit yon with an arched opening on one side- By you can change your carriage This tho this method eggs may be safely hatched two gentlemen did and went to Glasgow in January or February even if in a very dry warm room the water beneath in another compartment thinking themselves exceedingly fortunate in having furnishing all the necessary moisture escaped serious injury from one who had Farmers who are wide awake and all the appearance of being a lunatic given to investigation do not sow so Edinburgh CouranU much wheat to the acre as they formerly did and they do not sow it so deep The great heavy harrowB of ten or A Bashful loung Mans Escape Some people never seem to get the twenty years ago are not now employed right idea of the subject somehow They by them in covering seed and the drill were talking at McAllisters the other which can be depended on better is be- Â¬ evening of the sufferings of the poor coming universally popular In broad- Â¬ people turned out of doors by the re- Â¬ cast sowing after the ground is thor- Â¬ cent hurricanes in the Southern States oughly prepared a smoothing harrow A when a bashful young man with a green will cover the seed deep enough necktie who was silently squirming on Wisconsin writer gives the result of an a straight backed chair in a corner was experiment in planting at different asked how much exposure he thought it depths on tho surface one fourth inch was possible for a human being to en- Â¬ one half inch three fourths inch and so on to several inches That on the dure Exposure mum Yes mum Well surface lay two weeks before sprouting the most terrible instance of exposure I that one fourth to three fourths inches ever knew was something that happened deep came up in four or five days and so on getting later as the depth in- Â¬ to myself a few years ago The last to come up was plant Â¬ Tell creased Indeed said a young lady ed three and a half inches deep and us all about it Well you must know I had a great was fourteen days in reaching the sur- Â¬ At the end of six weeks that habit of walking out through the park face and strolling on the beach near the Cliff planted one fourth to one half inch deep House One Sunday morning very jitood far ahead of the rest Put one bushel of the parings of early I was tempted by the extreme heat to slip into the surf and take a horses hoofs such as may be obtained bath which as there was no one around at a horseshoers shop into a barrel and at that hour I finally did Judge of fill it with water Let it stand for a my horror when I came out and found wcekj when it is ready for use Apply that the tide had risen and carried ofi it with a watering pot All bedding plants can be watered with this liquid my clothes every other day if they are not pot Ahem interrupted the hostess Repotted plants should be Wont wont you try some chocolate bound watered once a week until they have Mr Skidm re Thanks in a minute just as soon plenty of working roots to take up the Yes every stitch manure It will also be found excellent as I finish my story for hard wood plants if used once or 1 had in tho world was gone everything except a chest protector and was twico a week Two or three weeks af ter the plants have been watered with orcea to walk into Van Ness avenue where I lived with nothing but that beÂ¬ the manure the foliage generally changes from a green to a golden yellow moving tween me and the sneers of the hearties from the stem down to the point of the world Til tell you how I managed leaf which however lasts only a few just tied the pro But just hero the ladies fainted while weeks when it changes to a dark glossy another with great tact sat down at the green Plants under this watering grbw piano and shrieked Nancy Lee at the very strong The flowers are very re-Â¬ top of her lungs under cover of which gal and bright in color Plants thus the dead and wounded were carried off treated can be kept in very small pots while the sincere but misguided young for a long time without being trans Â¬ man was coaxed out into the hall and planted handed his hat San Francisco Post Beserred Seats In traveling one meets with many A BcTolutionary Giant selfish people among them countless Peter Francisco a giant of the Revo-Â¬ women who insist on monopolizing two lution who dealt destruction with a seats in a railway car under the preÂ¬ sword five feet long is thus described tense that one of them is engaged by on by a correspondent of a Virginia jour- Â¬ attendant gentleman supposedly in the nal smoking car for a brief interval We My father recently deceased at the saw two women of this sort rigntly advanced age of 90 well remembered served during a summer trip For fifty him having frequently seen him in his miles they succeeded in warding off native county of Buckingham and re- travelers who sought the shady side of lated many anecdotes of his stirring and the car and the seat in front of them perilous adventures and hair breadth es- Â¬ was the convenient receptacle of their capes as he heard the recital fall from baggage Finally however an unconth the lips of the giant himself looking individual quickly removed the Ho described him as six feet one inch baggage and turned the seat The in height his weight 260 pounds his astonished ladies paused in their con- Â¬ complexion dark and swarthy features versation to each other and raised their bold and manly and his hands and feet hands as if in remonstrance bnt it was uncommonly large his thumbs being as too late the thing was quietly and large as an ordinary mans wrist quickly accomplished and the two forSuch was his personal strength that eigners who were seated there seemed he could easily shoulder a cannon weigh- Â¬ to understand no words or gestured ing 1100 pounds and he had seen him Public opinion in that car at least take a man in his right hand pass over sided with them On another occasion the floor and dance his head against the when our party entered a car not a seat ceiling with as much ease as if he had was available One person was guard Â¬ been a doll baby The mans weight ing four others one and two the aide was 195 pounds Tliis was uncomfortably crowded Partaking of the patriotic enthusiasm way said the conductor room in the of the times he entered the American palace car for those who are standing Revolutionary army at tne age of 16 e encacea seats were at a aiscount Jle was present at the Btormincrot l nlontv nf mom nnwV hntthA ennrlnctor Stony Point and was the first bHiafer 2tsited that they should be retained by after Maj Gibbon who entered the their occupants and all were made com fortress on which occasion he received fortable Do as you would be dene a bayonet wound in the thigh by is a good rule when traveling as He was at Brandywine Monmouth elsewhere and other battles at the North and was transferred to the South under Gen Sinking the Shop Greene where he was engaged in the When the English take a vacation they actions of the Cowpens Camden Guil- Â¬ sink the shop An Englishman travel Â¬ ford Court House etc met a French ing in Switzerland He was so brave and possessed such lady with her daughter They made up confidence in his prowess that he was a party and did the lakes together The positively fearless He used a sword young lady was suddenly attacked with with a blade five feet loag which ho the toothache and the party traveled could wield like a feather and every twelvo miles to find a dentist who ap- Â¬ swordsman who came within reach of plied a little laudanum Subsequently him paid the forfeit of his Hfe it was ascertained that the Englishman was a dentist When asked why he had not relieved the fair patient he dryly re- Â¬ The Elk tonldnt Walt I am on a vacation I havent The following satire on the practical plied practiced for six weeks uselessness of the present method of rifle shooting is good Be Html to ToarsclC A man belonging to a village rifle team It pays to be kind to everybody but was recently out on the plains of Wyo Â¬ Â¬ to yourself all over ming Territory looking for game Finally be kind your stomach which and especially to promptly the party sighted an elk at 800 yards and resents ill treatment Mr Joseph Pfeiler Erepared to shoot him He was a noble Chicago HI writes I suffered with In member of the rifle team digestion and Constipation for a long a blanket down among the sage time After spending a largo amount of Eut and artistically placed himself money for doctors bills without Â¬ upon his back with his left arm like a ing relief I used the Hamburg obtain Drops figure 2 supporting his neck and his was entirely cured thereby Peoria right arm like a figure 7 supporting and Evening Review IlL the aft end of the rifle The of the wind was taken measure A child a little over 6 years of age and the sights were scientifically on entering the oratory for the first time while the expert made a figure and Beeing tho Rev Father adjusted in his 8 with his legs and rested the rifles bow confessional said Oh auntie look between the toes of his shoes The Theres Noah in the ark measure of his fore finger was now taken by a patent machine and the trigger An Editors Opinion was filed off slightly on the near side in This is to certify that I used St Jacobs order to be adjusted to the weight of his Oil for Rheumatism and after three days finger Two men were then sent out to application was entirely relieved I conput flags each side of the elk to show sider it a meritorious medicine for all R H Moore tho bounds outside of which the teamforms of Rheumatism ster was not to fire but the elk thought Proprietor it had waited long enough and ran away Moline III Review Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Way Are TliereTJnmarTied Women 1 One of the greatest social problems of the day is to explain why there ore so many marriageable women who nover get married Some say it is owing to an excess in numbers of women over men in consequence of which there are not husbands enough to go round This however is disproved by statistics Tako the worla through and figures show that there are as many men in it as there are women Others attribute it to tho expensiveness of modem life Men do not marry because it is said they can- Â¬ not afford to But the fact is that no man who truly loved a woman ever hesi Â¬ tated to become engaged to her and eventually marry her because of poverty There are cold blooded men with no idea of any feeling for a woman stronger than languid admiration who may be deterred from assuming what they regard as a burden in the shape of a wife unless assured of a liberal income but most are not so calculating Oth- Â¬ ers again attribute the evil to womens fastidiousness They expect too much in a husband and while waiting for an impossible shadow let the possible subÂ¬ stance slip through their fingers This is a libel on the sex As a rule they are no more fastidious than men are and are just as susceptible as men to that enchantment of love which invests its object with every perfection and cov- Â¬ ers up every fault So far as men and women aro concerned they are as prone to marriage now as in any period of the worlds history Nevertheless there ore women waiting for husbands and not getting them They are pretty they are accomplished they are sensible and under proper training they would make excellent wives and mothers bnt they never get a chance What seems to be needed is a more thorough me of bringing men and women contact with each other Â¬ APOTHEGMS HxjinLrrx is the hull mark of wisdom Jeremy Collier Those who want friends to open them- Â¬ selves unto are cannibals of their own HAMBURG hearts Bacon The philosopher Antisthenes used to say that like as rust consumes iron so does envy devour the envious As bt flattery a man opens his bosom to his mortal enemy so by detraction and slander he shuts the same to his best friends Bishop South The praises that a man bestows must be valued according to bis habit in the matter of praising and adjectives which from one man would mean much will disappoint from another Masson Plutarch has written an essay on the benefits which a man may receive from his enemies and among the good fruits of enmity mentions this in particular that by the reproaches which it casts upon ua we see the worst side of our- Â¬ selves Addison lwPMlllHllllllllllllllllllllllllB rifjyt 4sKValalawalaalalalalalsalalalalalalalalalaK l Â¬ Partko and forgetting What faith- Â¬ ful heart can do these Our great thoughts our great affections the truths of our life never leave us Surely they cannot separate from our consciousness shall follow it whithersoever that shall go and are of their nature divine and THE GBEAT dERXAIT immortal Thackeray Discipline like the bridle in the BLOOD hand of a good rider should exercise CURES DYSPEPSIA its influence without appearing to do so should ever be active bom as a Urer Complaint Costirtness Bilious At-Â¬ support and as a restraint yet seem tacks Indigestion Jauadks Lose of to he easily in hand Appetite Headache Dizziness It must be al Â¬ Nausea ways ready to check or to pull up as occasion may require and only when Heartburn Depression of Spirits Sores Boils Pimples Skin Diseases Erup- Â¬ the horse is a runaway should the ac- Â¬ tions Foul Breath and all Disease tion of the curb be perceptible Guesses arising from Impure Blood zi Truth Ths Hamburg Drops are ncoramendtd as bdnx bast snd cheapest family Medietas ever offand th A Spelling Reformer and are sold by Drnggits and Dealtra at 60 Centa as in a tobacconists shop that a a Bottle Directions in Eleven Languages Oennlns the Hearth the busatamp ao aimUa atgnatore and private proprie ter was at work lettering the coun of tary A VOOELER fc CO Nankeen segars ter panel with tne word Baxrixosr Ma 0 A From time to time a customer would Of all the cotton produced in China the most remarkable as well as the drop in read the word and say some- Â¬ Why most beautiful is that used in the fab- Â¬ thing about the orthography Segars rication of the calico known in Europe wasnt it spelled cigars was wrong and so forth After per Â¬ under the name of nankin or nankeen five It has been long a matter of debate haps seventy their or 100 had thus gratui Â¬ knowledge a slim tously aired whether the texture called nankeen was fensive-looking middle aged gentle-Â¬ manufactured from a raw material hav ing previous to any manipulation the man in eye glasses walked in No sooner yellowish hue which distinguishes it or had he crossed the threshold than that whether it owed its peculiar shade to painter rose up firmly but orderly Ho seized the middle aged gentleman with a light dye M Van Braam who was at the head both hands and addressed bYm as fol- Â¬ nat of the commercial mission sent out by lows A Marvelous Blood Brain flem Holland to Pekin in 1791 had been in- Â¬ tizik and Nerve Food separate gaje structed by the European merchants to IS SO GREATER BLOOD TRODCCER ftD metempsikosis request that the nankeen destined for Life of That medicines soslaining Principle in the world fromfood cr their different markets might for the than MALT BITTERS prepared rrr ncntid iftit JIoj Caluaya etc They feed the body be dyed a deeper color than they was all he said He turned the middle future past and he aged man to the right about and kicked and the brain enrich the blood solidify the bones bardn had been for some time mdnre the mnaclei had an opportunity during his stay of him into the street Then he took up aleep perfect quiet the nerres cheer the mind bowel digestion regulate the stomach and ascertaining that the color of these text-Â¬ his brush and finished his work while cleanse the Urer and kidneys and Titalua with SEW a serene look hung about his face and LIFE erery fluid of the body Beware of imitations a mi ures was natural to the raw material glorified it larly named Look for the COMPACTS SIGNATURE and not subject to fade plainly on the label of erery Sir George Staunton one of Lord Ma- Â¬ A fatr proportion of the ladies of which appears MALT BITTERS COMPANY bottle Sold Boston cartneys embassy found on going America are intelligent and some of eTerywherc through the province of Kiangnan that them evince much spirit but in the af the cotton it produces is naturally of the fairs of fashion they submit uncomplain yellow color which it retains after spin Â¬ mgly to a tyranny ol tne most Heartless ning and weaving He also says that character Those whose sense of pro This is the cheftptst and only complete and leliabla when the nankin cotton is transplanted priety would induce them to resist the work on EUqaetle and Business And Social Forms It tell how to perform all thTarion duties f Iif and to another province it degenerates and nrtvrMnianf TiorTVI monnfnitntita how to appear to the bet adrantage ou all occasion Tor circulars conuimaa becomes white makers and milliners have not the cour Â¬ description of the work Snd extra term to zents fall Areot Wale and age to refuse to accept the latest styles Address NiTiosixPniusniso Co PbiladelhuuP Privacy If taris says a lady must carry a flower n ARPNTQ WANTPn ATOXCE to tell tteiim our next President and Vice- A worthy wife ot forty years standing garden or an aviary upon her head no President iiniiikiff will dare to refuse obedience to her and whose life was not made up of sun Â¬ one HANCOCK shine and peace gave the following command Hon impressive advice to a mar-Â¬ sensible and Thousands are waitinz for the book It contains steel ried pair of her acquaintance The ad-Â¬ portraits of the Candidates and other full page engrar Preserve sacredly the vice is good logs Extra inducements offered tn those selecting terri tory now DOlGLAhS BKOr privacies of your own house your mar- Â¬ W Fifth St Cincinnati O ried state of your heart Let no father ia cues tiled mceJal7ll4 will commence ou the day the or mother sister or brother ever preMore to Me than Cold application reiehes tha Fen sume to como between you two or to TVe ball sioa Department continue tocire oar nndinded Waltou MassHarch 7 loot share your joys and sorrows that belong Ma attention to the prosecution of Claims Corre pondence II R Stitijj to you two alone Build your quiet bTepectfulIj i tinted with reference to cast not filed and I wish to inform yon what Yxobtto haa done for me Rejected or bu worM not allowing your dearest earthly I hare been tronbled with Erysipelas Humor for more cases filed bat which are incompletejeuV experience peoded Claims a penalty Mxteen my my limbs and friend to be the confidant of aught that than thirty years ina great sufTrer otber parts oftak body and bare been I commenced CO MIXO IS STEVKVS concerns your domestic happiness Let ms xoktisk one year aeo last Anaust and can truly say done more for me medicine Iseia Clereland Ohio or Chicago Illinois moments of alienation if they occur be Ito has perfectly free fromtow any otberand can recommend be this humor -to erery Would without this medicine healed at once never no never speak ittis more toone than gold not be feel It will prore a bless me and I ing to others aa it has to me of it outside but each other confess Tours most respectfully and all will come out right Never let Mas DAVID CLASS the morrows sun find you at variance Review and renew your vow it will do Representing the choicest selected Tortoise Shell and you good and hereby your souls will Amber The lightest handsomest and strongest known J BENTLEY M D says grow togetner cemented in that love It has done more good than all Medicm Sold by Opticians and Jewelers Hade by SrECEK O which is stronger than death and you M CO IS Maiden Lane Sew York Treatment will become truly one 5 Jaw To 91 nlco oca PorDny Xiwxaaxxr Oct Feb 9 15f0 srjjjss The Human Figure Ma H RStxtxxs Boston Mass Platform Family Scale Sir I hare sold during the past year a considerable The proportions of the human figure Yeigbs accurately up to 23 lb Its your Vmrnii and ail cases it are six times the length of the feet quantity ofsatisfaction In one caseI beliere in young Isdj andsome appearance sells it at sign has siren a delicate o honse keeDers Retail Price S2 of about serenteen years waa much beneSted by ite use is slender or plump Whether the form thr Famitv Scales wemhine 23 lbs me that good had done her mL aflTsSAkEsr can not be bonsht for less than S4 the rule holds good any deviation from Her parents informed treatment it to which she moreprtii than all the medical had A regnlar BOOM fur AGENTS it is a departure from the highest ously been subjected respectfully ib Jxeinsire territory giren Tours and rapid sales surprise old Azents Send for particulars beauty in proportion BESTLET JID J CosCTicSaLi Co 1SS W ith at Cincinnati The Greeks make all their statues ac- Â¬ baxeeiTf cording to this rule The face from the highest point of the forehead where the Loudly In Its Praise hair begins to the chin is one tenth of ToaoTio Oct March 3 1880 the whole stature The hand from the Dear Su Considering the short tune that Tiomn has been before the public hereit sells well aaablooe wrist to the middle finger is the same purifier and for troubles arising from sslugglsh or torpid shipped only is a From the top of the chest to the highest lirer it in its firtclasa medicine 1 Our customers speas Snb bass Oct Coupler boxedBefore you buy an 9773 Â¬ CO WRIGHT praise instru Xew Pianos 193 to 816O0 point of the forehead is a seventh H loudly Cor Queen and Elizabethi Streets ment be sure to see my Midsummer oner iUubraUdfrr DANIEL F BEATTY Washington NJ Address the face from the roots of the chin be divided into three equal ports the first division determines the place where the ON eyebrows meet and the second the nos-Â¬ Ws will send ear Electro Voltaic Bella and otbe trils The height from the feet to the rKEPAEED BT Zlectric Appliances upon trial for thirty days to those afflicted with Jferrous Debility and duetua of a jxnmal top of the head is the distance from the nature Also of the Lirer Kidneys Bheumalism Pa Â¬ H R STEVENS Boston Mass extremity of the fingers when tho arms ralysis Ac A nrt ewe oiucraad or a pay Address Voltaic Belt Co MarehallJlicb are extended DROPS PURIFIER mtmt Â¬ 8- - 4 inof- ITTEKS f -t 1 1 I 1 ENCYCLOPEDIA Gen Vegetine and WHENGLISH Â¬ i ft Â¬ PERIS V Â¬ CELLULOID 1 1 EYE CLASSES smfc tW fc ORGANS 17 Stop ORGANS 30 DAYS TRIAL beattts i I VEGETINE is Sold TRUTH wont hold still long enough for any one to write a song on first fly of summer Wht asks the Wheeling Leader Vegetine dont some one write a song on the Because the fly by all Druggists it OTV P gmmmm seSaasssstaHBiWarjCl BASjsaiaaeavfjraeaaaasallsKassayMSBV lHJXI fcllplM nmmmii m BI CARB tassB4taealWiUlTUISSl amrstlsiHsaeeKasae Â¬ Tnx proof of the value of any article is its popularuse and the testimony in its favor The sale of Dr Balls Cough Syrup is immense and the testimony voluminous A goat ought to be first class material for oleomargarine There is no better butter on four legs than the goat Ton have about surzes- you times before read this notice uoon tneSweaty nat ala von erer act can find an absolute remedy in Da Bamfords rion so often made namely To ask any boot and shoe for boots with Palstat Hesse Livxb Ixvioobatob the only vegetable cathar jealer Steel Rivet GoodrichsHale Ouaraxticd Protected Bier tic which acts directly on tne liver uures au I toputwear any 8ole erer made If yon hare not do s urn yon want doou oc anoea wtin soles tnai unions aueases for jjook aaaress jjr oak saHHavsaf use iron ana are repairs ana aon t you Day roBJ 162 Broadway New York Tsaasasat r J ferences ara 1st Sawlnr Vsehlna Comnsne or Marshall 3flela TneToltale BH iheir agents in thia country H C OOOB HICK 6t Voltaic Belts to the 19 Church 111 Worcester Mass and 40 Hoyns Are Will send their Electro Chicago a afflicted upon 30 days trial See their adver Â¬ On 30 Days tisement ia this paper headed UniTersity of Cincinnati Trial with four different cour ACADEMIC DEPABTJIEXT and a NORMAL COURSE VxoimjnE The great success of the Vege to degrees tineas a cleanser and purifier of the blood is leading to a diploma SCHOOL OF DESIGN with reg Â¬ ular coarse of instruction leading to graduation and a shown beyond a donbt by the great numbers diploma ASTROJOMICAL OBEXYATORT with all who have taken it and received immediate re-Â¬ the means and appliances for study leading to a degree Academic year in all departments begina Sept 2S IsSO lief with such remarkable cures 25c buys a pair of Lyons Heel Stiffeners and make a boot or shoe lust twice as long Dr C E Shoemaker tho well known aural surgeon of Beading Fa offers to send by mail free of charge a valuable little book on deafness and diseases of the car especially on running car and catarrh and their proper treatment giving references and testimonials that will satisfy the most skeptical Address as above Two thirds of the axle grease used in the United States is made by the Frazer Lubricator Company Buy tho genuine For Catalogue address the Rector NATRONA PENNA SALT MANLF SODA Are Ton Not la Good Health r If the Liver is te source of your trouble la the best in the World It is absolutely pure It is ths best for Medicinal Purposes It is the best for Baking ud all FamiljCiei Sold by all Druggists and Grocers CO Phila OAPONIFIED m SAPOXIFIEK ana utt no otner PENNA SALT MANUFACTURING acl can for n aiiMomninT Toilet Soapmaking llara qmcxly Iti F Soft and Ask your grocer full wain tit arifl strength Original Iath M Reliable FamilT Soap Maker toncfaitnteU Ljeana Direction- - for ZPHIXA TIIOJIAS TICKERSOhio Cincinnati HOPE roa DEAF THB IELLT PETROLEUM Silver Medal Brand Medal at Fans at Philadelphia Exposition juposiuon Thia wonderful substance is acknowlededby physicians thronghout the world to be the best remedy oicoTered for the cure of Wounds 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