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millions of scruple All lawyers do tho Hon C S Mar ol unit mere were over ouuuuu uiuuu bui Wken from lifes dull and proey care This rural district remote from the thoughtful One afternoon he went up Â¬ culisted in tho war 1000000 more than them that no Democrat anywhero proposes lUichlgnn at Dllchigan City Intl My weary fpint turns the payment of tho rebel debt or to disturb tho whole ReDublican vote of tho country haunts of wily men of the world was stairs to change his every day coat for a In quest of holier rcrt elsewhere The Imwucs of the Campaign Dia and ours The Demo- - street my Republican friends will vou tell mo amendments of tho constitution as to tho negro Â¬ tweenineir t ca better one For tore liie that which trams given over entirely to farmers and farm has nominated a candidate ciiksed in a Masterly- - Manner and that the party in all its conventions Na cratic party Within my own heart then I quiff uus extra luuvuuu oi uiuou soiaicr cried Mrs Where are you going eon a candidate who is Treat woman like a splendidtlovrer tional and State has so resolved every year who is mre a ing interests simple mindod and simple From the fount of poetry from It is mathematically demonstrat- - since the war and that Gen Hancock in his up to tho Jcffersonian Harbnry quickly as he came down says Bob IngersolL capable and Soldo Ilmc Fa3 many a frcrh necUrlin drat Mr May first Bpoke of tho great importance mannered people who live out their unedthat thoy could not have come from the Rc Thecne and think of thee of acceptance took especial pains to say standard a planted mine says a widower who has of the impending campaign and then passed to pijfjlican patty and yet ovidently they had letterhe would eventful lives in the routine of daily du- Â¬ again Becaute I feel thy soul hath felt and turns even the mis if President exert all his power armor of truth that Only into Northam I shall be home a brief wives 1 U met entranrtnppon er ties The small market town of Northam salice and it has no bar-- buried thre consideration of the claims on the something to do with putting down tho re-Â¬ to maintain theso results of the war invio Â¬ aile of their poi Before its thrlne that thou hast knelt A utile boy being told by his mother offsets to allow bellion gains to mas four miles distant was sleepy and early It is the And so said Mr English country put forth by the Republican party late and inviolable At twilights holy hour J publican party if they havo to take a powder she had prepared for this miMonnBe primitive never awakening from its day Into Northam Its not market Tho day had passed ho thought when the recÂ¬ aou know fellow citizens where xney extra also And while thy rpixit upward soared iblic record can be succes- came iUUiuuu or soldiers came irom said he My Republican friends give me your attenÂ¬ a candidate Powder powder him In deep devotion there slumbers save on the weekly market ord of the Republican party during the war tmnt Democratic party whom no sufficient do No but To God thonet hymned thy praise and poured tion a moment while I show you by a most f ally aesiie4 mother I aint a gun day It had its parson its doctor and there about Tvogot a little business could be urged as the only necessary support Lincoln was elected by a minority vote say to them wo prayer Thy heart in f errent I If sheep you know conclusive and overwhelming test that you icnse can 00 ita lawyer Harry Leete all three of Dinah Ann those That thou hat t In lifes lonely hour A Danbuby officer always looks on the a maiorthan 030000 for President Rive have tune I shall get them at my of these claims Tho party had changed It ity locked moro 1300000 men votes ofsupported- gress grossly slandered the Democratic Con- Â¬ must clean a Oft wandered forth and wreathed n and an honest one Had the who ua a being nearly as simple as the own price after all bright side of things He says were it them and that tho fears you would inculcate Fresh flowers from thoURht ambrosial bowers was no longer tho party of Lincoln Chase and UBBglss at tho North refused to busUm Mr ow dbzens there is one f ur- - not for the episode And finaUy farmers Not simple in the point of in-Â¬ for party purposes are utterly groundless An d sweet srona breathed in the Garden of Eden Of courso yon will I told yon so Seward and tho on which had success Â¬ ltecol in putting down tne rebellion wntre One of tho leading arguments you use this tuer great wif tho Bepnblican party he would not be a policeman From s3 the ncctared dews that thin Banbury swept from the earth And must be understood but as to all along But I do wonder you could fully fought had issueswith those itleaders Tho tellect it Upon lifes flowery horc dwe have been This was nearly half very year to combat our demand for a change f ucht to di died use it has become the great News And felt that none but hands divine life and manners loyal vote of tho country and the South not wait until to morrow is the fact which you claim that everything 13 that rcatoMK Â¬ only real issue between tho parties he con peace and the creit ob finch balmy drops could pour wj nnited acainst us No I sar let us bo going right now and that we do not need any disturber otjww This Thursday was market day James If Jones undertakes topnllmy ears Oh market days always a bustling That lhoa hart nettled lovingly Harbury had gone to it in the Kgof a day one forgets half ones business or tinued is one of administration as to which revrsnd Just As one who differed isfrom the chance that our debt la bcinz naWwour - J stacle tonagBjiwri4Mion We must haver said a loud mouthed fellow on the street On satnrss wooing breart only the and in those daysvlt prosperwill guardedj Government And felttafia there a eancUry rbrotner inrmer reter iuau psSWirrhaa not timo to do it Anyway j one greatbest administer the now heal and iMSffrralioparty say that without their help this finances wellDuancss and our people- argument aa endtCsSbsaK4eiagiBd bitterness reason corner he will have his hands full now is tho time to ha c it There was a ous in tneir A peaceful quiet rest linswastno not simple truth to the question Is what is crowd looked at the mans ears and mare which he either rode or drove thought Id go in this afternoon Union would have been lost of Mr Schurz speaking for you at Indianapo- Â¬ why these Southern delegates at Cincinnati The That nothing eke no other place ago It is was or To thee could ever cive nomination of Vou claim that being It generally being sick He was a tall I should like to go with you what limo best fifteenmosttwenty yearsand absurd Again fellow citizens when we demand a lis enough managed the Government ischange calledtofor thean end to this Gen Hancock the smiled Sot fill tby thlretlnR heart with Ufa high pernicious eternal cry of well put was now and that any that this Yes its Johns grave murmured slender man of 39 years very fair with James Twere heaven ca cirth to live change in the Government we are met by the against the Jew Tho that parties can the Now it and he wa3 a exceedingly handsome features and mild Mr Harbury received the impulsive ideapresent iniquity byescape good consequences cry that thu South I solid for tho Demo Â¬ is unnecessary United I liave theoboth branch Republican partyof the NorthSouth they was to the disconsolate widow In deep and prayerful tenderness past conduct or meant of that show the people Congress of the States in My heart goes forth to thee blue eyes looking as unlike the popular wish with a blank look and had no forfeit when ncht to day the public confidence cratic party By this is meant I suppose tUat on is Democratic and has been the House for to be loyal and that thoy were wiHinpr to vote good man and it did seem a wicked Thy faith and love ana gentleness ready answer at hand for the wrong their predecessors did In another the Southern States are hkcly to cast their sis years the Senate for two years notion of a larmer as n man couia iook Are full of poetry Thee for a man for President who marshaled the waste of money to put so good a casket votes for Gen Hancock and of should be of Thoucb eevered here no more to m and presenting a marked contrast to his I want to buy a new silk gown and generationpolitics This scouted partiesbanished electoral nnita vWtlilA tf f lltn This Iapre- - todies constitute the legislative department ap- Â¬ forces of the Union against them on tho Heldthe under all that damp earth stnan Till earthly ties are riven up or iilmift Give Hancock they 6aid battle dollar can be A Teos gentleman who married a agricultural neighbors So far as ap- Â¬ to order a best cap and ever so many from our their records voting piece of pub Â¬ Republican leaders have declined to contest that the Government and not aGovernment without man who fought us bravely in tho field true to Together etill np there our feet down on is a vast us propriated to carry on this Mian press the paths of heaven pearance went nono of them poor or things Yes I will go with you James lic nonsense The questions of statesmanship section of tho country and practically with Â¬ tho vote of the Houso of Representatives not his Government and his duty Surely he was widow complained to her that he liked Till then 111 trust thy lovo and thee Ah I thought I draw all opposition to the Democratic party an appointed public officer without the confirm- Â¬ his beef well done rich could vie with James Harbury and I wont be five minutes getting ready Tnral and no Moody shirt can bo waved of government are intensly practical things Nor doubt a heart hie thine But Dinah Ann not to day I and not matters of mere sentiment I am not there But suppose under these circumstances Â¬ ation of the Senate In other words if the acainst him This is what thev said and this was cookinc for Mr Brown said she his temper and his bearing were alike pray for thee rray thou for me ni for tho Democra tho for Hancock money Theonc and trnrt thou mine cant take you this afternoon You shall here to defend the Democratic party in the daysÂ¬ cy South should bo solid or unlawful about House should refnso to vote the stop the is wh the South will bo solid tho North aro gentle but darling I will try and forget the What is there unnatural of Jackson or Buchanan nor to assail the Rewheels of the Government would if the at this election If tho people of though perhaps go to morrow instead He had one fault poor dear publican party in tho days of Lincoln and Sum Â¬ tuat Nobody not oven the most stalwart ReÂ¬ Senate should refuse to confirm its executive thoughtful and wise thoy will accept this profall people would not call it a fault lovo Why cant you take mo A sexton reported that a corpse ex-Â¬ ner But I am here to show that tho hero of publican I take it will dispute iheir legal right offices would become vacant and we should fered token of loyalty and good will and make THE HUSBANDS SECREr of money That ho was one of the Business he shortly replied And Gettysburg is a good and safe man to be elected to vote the Democratic ticket if they prefer that have revolution aud chaos And yet mark the hero who was a lion on tho heights of Get Â¬ humed in a graveyard was petrified aud i to tho Republican Is it not natural that they with this tremendous power in the hands of a tysburg the President whose mild and just warmest farmers in the district was his gig being just then brought round this year to the Presidency and that the Re should prefer that to many persons went to see the body Why in this year era of pcaco shall usher in a and their Not a word mind to Dinah Ann universally believed and tho most sav- Â¬ White Bess in tho shafts ho got into it publican party unworthy nominee confidence of what monstrous folly isthe Republican the Re- Â¬ Democratic Congress you confess that it has rulo fraternity between lastingonce contending Their curiosity was soon satisfied The all this talk of grace are of tho the Dinah An herself the speakers wife ing of men Too saving Ids wife would without more ado and drove away call-Â¬ of American people They aro to day on trial publicans about the solid South P First they been so well and carefully used that there is and sexton had inadvertently put an e in- Â¬ the not a jar in tho Government and that the ma- Â¬ sections having strolled down the garden in the tell him and where was the use of it ing out Good by to his wife petri- Â¬ The South wants peace and good wilL She stead of a u after the p in for high crimes and misdemeanors and I do not abandon that whole section take caro that tho chinery does not even need oiling Now an Â¬ sweet stillness of the summer night she would ask considering she had the Til be even with you Mr James propose to allow mem to escape conncuon onÂ¬ South shall be solid and then fly in our other thing You do not like Haye- and you is building up upon waEto places ofofwar she is fied enterprise a new career a pica of previous good character Good charac faces with the pretenso that this will be tho confess that Hancock is a good man and yet just starting heard these suggestive words as the gig neither chick nor child And every nodded she Jcst before visiting the menagerie courts in allowed of the pulled up at the gate and her husband now and then she would make the money The sun was setting when he drove in ter is onlycases Itto be shown in thowhere the success years rebellion which was suppressed all we propose is to put Hancock in Hayes and business prosperity The North wants Johnnie had a s with the goes for nothing trade and Southern money The doubtful She was a pleasing fly for she was a dear lover of smart at- Â¬ again and round to the stable yard facts are clear The facts are clear in this caso fifteen power inago and tho restoration of tho place and keep right on with this rebel Demo- Southern descended from it slayo whole country wants rest and repose and unity young aunt who assisted at his toilet the Government fifteen years cratic Congress little woman of seven or eight and thirty tire and of having pretty tilings about Leaving his horse and gig with Evan Down with these war cries they are notoriously clear It is not a case of after emery itself has ceased to exist and brotherhood and with whom he flew into a rage Ar- Â¬ with dark brown eyes a bright fresh her James would wince and bid her ho was crossing to the house when his circumstantial evidence at all The Republican Now there is no question that tho eleven But fellow citizens I must dismiss all these down with these slanders and this sectional rived at the menagerie Johnnie was imwhich engenders hate down with the party face and a natural propensity to take be careful but he never went tho attention was caught by a huge volume party of to day is guilty thrice guilty of great Southern States went into tho rebellion the things and come to another Republican premensely interested by a strange foreign ana manuoiu putuc corrupuuns tense which is urged against our demand for a these things which can only live and thrive on ner own way in tne nouse ana oui oi it length f telling her she had spent too of black smoke puffing out of the chim- Â¬ proved corruptions confessed and corrnpuuun States that supported Breckenridgo in 1860 What it must not but th6ywero reconstructed under Republican change in the Government It is claimed that the memories of fraternal bloodshed and ftniTmd with long lithe body gate behind the much He was fond of her and she of ney of a narrow building that was for- Â¬ be attempted to sneak out of court by showing rule after the war and since 1868 have been Drawing back from the he asked It we need a statesman for President and that which would poison a new generation with the animal is that mamma well kept hawthorn hedge she waited him merly made to serve as brew house and what it did iu the war It is what it has done equal members in the Union the same as before we ought not to elect a mero soldier to that hatreds and animosities of their father There is called an ant eater my son After peace of tho cannot for what was to come next fault with this In that wash house until the large one was built einco the war that now concerns the American Republicansparty findrestored them tofor it high office This is an argument which is someÂ¬ is dinner in all fot to the future who lougns long silence Neither chick nor child Mamma cant we bring South their what new to Republicans but they seem to take was tfleir that The Not a word for your life mind to fact had lain a sharp sting They had As it was out of use now was not in fact people ZKStar hero some day rights in the Government after freeing their it kindly sinco the Chicago Convention and es- Â¬ ffSfe Â¬ any purpose whatever or en- Â¬ Dinah Ann What now is best Let me answer that quesbeen married eight years now and the used for they may be goaded or It is com- Istoub programme full Miss Beetle their candiNo fear replied a voice which she sting was wearing itself away Time tered by anybody from months end to tion by saying that the great and pressing po-Â¬ slaves and giving them the ballot not support pecially since they found out that hurt him Â¬ matter how much now that theso States do date was not soldier enough to litical need of this country to day is a complete Slainod taunted But who shall answer for their chil- - crusher asked a young man of a West recognized as that of her brother Harry softens all things He had never given months end Mr Harbury naturally party and give majorities for Now why do wo neces3arilyneed a statesman party continues to bear damsel who had just struggled out change administration and Tjeete are the facts Republican I know what women are Shed her cause for an unhappy thought until thought of fire He rushed to it like a changeradical shall clear of every departmenta the 1869 tho first ticket What election after re-Â¬ instead of a soldier for President common sense dren if the Republican w tVn Tltafnaa nnrt Inn gjnthe refreshment room with a disap- Â¬ I deny that rnie ana tno- successum which out of Presidential In wo do Look at the reason and bo for for revolutionizing the house to night He had never had any secrets Tnpdrnftn the Hales continue pointment in her eye and an order of Chandlers the Frycs and of this Government from high to low and construction these States were nearly all car-Â¬ of the matter Thero are three great depart Â¬ this ceaseless aggravation Can tho American In the fire place under the furnace a give us a great national purification and herself too once let her get an ink Â¬ from her except that ho never could be Programme full ried for Gen Grant tho Republican candidate The real mission of the Republican party was and this was the case als j at Grants second ments to this Government A nd this is the way peoplo afford to keep a party in power whichÂ¬ dances in her hani ling of thin No fear James Take care brought to tell her what the- - exact sum fire blazed away upon which more coal said the daughter of the setting sun accomplished ten years ago and since that election in 1872 Eren in 1876 tho last Presi- Â¬ they work The two houses of Congress which thus threatens the Union with f uturo convulon vour side that you dont lose that make tho Legislative department originate and sions was that he was enabled to put by at the had recently been thrown Whiter than time it has simply been holding on to the offices Wall I guess not I haint had nothing to election the death which is or let Dinah Ann lind it Democrats of Indiana in this great battle for but a piece o cake and an ice cream an end of each year Dinah Ann Harbury move James Harbury made oneoifrantic by good luck and successful fraud I ask is it dentialcarried three of Republicans claimedtook enact the laws the Supreme Court their conÂ¬ these States thoy the Judicial department passes upon wnat not best that there should bo another change have 111 take care When are you com- Â¬ did not hold toward it wnue a yen national purity and national peace you care for that she knew that towards fillin my pro- Â¬ that dont not At stitutionality and whether they carried ing to smoke a quiet pipe with me I however much it might be it was all for really seemed tike terror broke from that incompetent and dishonest officials should them election there were in them or numbers raised and tne validity whenany question is tho center of the line I pray you to stand firm gramme go fur you round Resident wao u tne Executive for the right firm as did our glorious leader at I can tell a edjtur yell succeeded and still be got rid of that the books should be exam- that him Another shall want your advice as to Republican votes In the South But her I wish I was rings broken up Tho 1200000 Hayes their uwn Fedideut lias re Â¬ department sees that hey are executed So his Gettysburg Here will be the thickest of the another then he collapsed utterly and ined and the corruptRepublican interrupted One of these evenings executive office implies Id in my sanktum stand corruptions of the party in these since then bayontt the ncKroes are leaving is an what qualities doas its very namesuch an fight here you will receive the mighty shock of An wtar upon my countynancs Now we demand in But she did care for tins this mys- fell upon a low wooden stool in wild recent years are not a matter of deduction or moved the the lawyer as he drove up the lane you the enemys grandest assault All around A smile jut orfol bland war and officer Manifestly executive qualities qual Â¬ his forces are now massing for the charge terious secret which had como to her despair inference but of appalling fact and world wide them the South is recovering from the An when the candrdate cum in pros- Â¬ exclaimed Dinah notoriety They Have been proved over and the carpet bag devastation and growingout of ities of will power of decision and energy heavens hearing to night She knew how good stand to your guns do your Good Close up the ranks To try to taffy me James Harbury substantial farmer Gen Hancock ia no rough unlettered man duty like men and patriots and you shall send over some over again before Congressional investigating perous and these States are all passing how universally he Id exercise no modesty had been and agriculturist came through the gate looking James was and by woman and Ann who in tho far stooping what in committees they have been confessed by some their hands and giving majorities against them Besides having all the executive ability and thnhrnkenletnonsof the foe flvinz In wreck To any grate degree corner blankets qualities nf the great soldier he is a man of him rite Id tell oar infloointo his teeth and turned to fasten it Had he turned was liked by man and culprits great central battle field cce oilers Is it spasms of the chief est perpetrators all candid ana they That what a kind heart he had she put it the world is the matter Kindred to this talk about a solid South penetration and judgment a nua of most re-Â¬ and despair from this fair have been acknowledged by the other way to the left instead of to Is lent to the aspirin man and exceeding it in effrontery li tho outcry markable common sense and sagacity in civil Let mo run for tho camphor and something like jealousy James soft And these auout delivering the country over into the minded men in the organization sun shall go down on that coming October day j has the aUlnln 35 J right he would have seen his wife began to torment her spirit Tht the affairs Take bis orders at the South take his exclaimed the frauds and corruptions have not been small and Camphor indeed victory which shall An if he plunged np the dost the men who tried to destroy it standing against the hedge as close as tell me where is the you may nave won here a Forthwith my sheet d praise him Bring poison rather pettv ones mere pecadillocs of some obscure hands of exceeded the other in effrontery be-I letters to Sherman and of our tines who has thrill the land from end to end and cause tho When James came in again the suppe- unhappy man statesman said this lawyer or she could stand almost into it He did r-tray official here ana there but startling and giganBat be didnt cam to time anxious hearts of patriotic men everywhere to was at one end of the table and Poison Youve ruined me cause however senseless and baseless that is exceeded his understanding of our Government Grate Moses howTd raise ml not sec her and went straight up the Dinah Ann an unusual lieht in her the highest places of jov Modern Argo Hes off his head was herjpitiable tic ones and in in Congress thieves perjurers urged as a simplo argument or proposition irom audits Workings Theso papers of his are in-- leap foraA that the powerrrm Vthe oppressor is llYA Till I ft 41A wmnKliA and rob and bribe takers Vt path to the house When his foot steps I eyes cwuuug pu in sew anu ngures uuj Let Hush Take it at at She whisoerinjri uar country Dee bers in tne uamnet mortal 3iewayHrsIErBury woundher lamp naving tne other enVneM ne suggestionthe pain mo rub youjAmes scandalized and disgraced by some nis these i OTSfWigHS JSSou hub bad rnifwficblhTr soldier likeSheridsn butaibe- r-In tho - iittlinglrfCLOTrtheartjwilliteachfTJItoj AKjf taken up ner Knnung light summer gown over her black silk The fanners general manner was easy Where is his arms around chest direc- Â¬ corruptions in the eves of the whole of civilized T in all Kind thought He flung He find ont its use to blister the men soldiers so to speak of which the great blc Btulufication as ought aproUjCaughthold of her lilac cap strings world and republican institutions themselves no nui certainty tions so that she could not get to his maae Â¬ ful girl Any daintyis welcome m camp that utters it I have no patience to Names of Countries tne jeer anu bcou ui iiiuciuuk aruwerats tonguewith such a pretenso as this I can only Frederick and Napoleon are illustrious exlest the cap should fly off and ran swiftly ana placid tnougii leaving the gig but chest or to any other part of him amples restless not a word papa is and and disbelievers in our form of Government argue up the narrow sidewalk got round to the seemed was calmafter The following countries it is said waking She bye denounce it When we come this year and pro And he was gone But fellow citizens if we must have a states- again now he Who lighted this fire ho gasped Good across the water great Union soldier for President a man back went through the house let drop were originally named by the Phoenicians sent a Now fellow citizens why should we not have lighted it I ordered that I and the sitting room said as ho cut himself a ThoPhcebe the proper wash house her a change of administration It is a time of who has risked his life a hundred times loyal man for President one insist has a he should be a the greatest commercial peoplo in the And when he found she had given him a Well she her gown and entered who flue in fair and honest clean statesman has basket he waxed wroth for shed his blood to save this Union and a world The names in the Phoenician cat in the heart did not teach him that are no great material all calmly nearly as soon as her hus Â¬ slice of the cold boiled beef and how taken to smoking frightfully The peace thereDemocratic party have ainterests toÂ¬ Northern man for Vice President wo are met by public record The man who Is elected by 60 confessedsuffer the signifying something char- Â¬ alas his did you find White Bess band twelve 00000 of people to fill Washingtons seat language Â¬ blankets are to be washed to morrow ly good candidate why is this not a good time such aftry as this from a party which for blood Â¬ des- Â¬ when in camp ho should hide a billet un sLe exclaimed with Oh sue seems comiortaoie ne reGot back years has honored conspicuous and Should haVo a character above suspicion at acteristic of the places which they bo put in soak to night and der his collar and let it loose whereupon looking round for the mustard whatwill tho fire to you James that But to change stained rebels with some of the highest Offices least above proof of dishonesty I approach of surprise plied auito a lcok ignate you is his way straight back Masses of fair minded men in the Republican in the Government It is rebels is it that you now a painful feature of this discussion For Europe signifies a country of white Tom would make Just come replied the farmer pot party who recognize the force of all this who mean by the men who tried to destroy this the honor of my country for the cause of pub- Â¬ the in to his mistress know should be put out about it You You deceitful villain Harry drove me in his gig complexion so their Its everything to me he faintly an- Â¬ realize thatwould party has grown corrupt and Government Let me tell you there hasnt lic morality and decency I could wish that there hahitants were 8 named because We will certainly be called on to record lighter complexion than What brings Harry up here in his you did not go near the stable thought swered be inclined to agree that tho been a day for twelve years that you have was no necessity for any animadversion upon Five hundred pounds has dishonest the sndden and violent death of that fel- Â¬ Grant the personal character of a candidate for such those of Asia and Africa You are sure you think so gig at this time And why did you not his wife has como to make a change if they were not rewarded rebels with office time been burnt up in it Yesterday he stopped in deluded by the idea that this Colonel who tried in his an exalted office And I shall say but a few inquired Sirs she added aloud Asia signifies between or in the mid- Â¬ low Gilhooly come back with Hall Rising up from the stool and Dinah not deceived anddone on account of past trans- Â¬ took an obscure rebel destroy this Government cannot safely be front of a fruit stand on Galveston ave small mean way to Â¬ subject so unwelcome and so un Â¬ dle from the fact that the geographers herself on Aye White Bess will be all Harbury who liked to be at the begin Ann wondered the creaky old thing had actions and party records an idea vigorous- Â¬ fourth rato lawyer though he was and made words a It was a great misfortune to the rme and nicked out several peaches pleasant again to morrow Dinah Ann dinca ning and the end of everything not come down with his weight he hast- Â¬ ly propagated arid wholly relied upon by the him Attorney General the law officer of the Republican party and tho whole country that placed it between Europe anuof corn or squeezed them until the stuffing came Africa riimiiies the land more than I shall be thought ened in doors sat down by the table leaders and organs in this canvass because they Government which be tried to destroy Harry had to come said the farm- Â¬ Its the Chicago Convention in a moment of great they out of them trying er who seemed to be walking about Dinah Ann unless I can come to the and buried his face upon it She found well know that if the issue is made to turn uponÂ¬ Have you forgotten that A rebel Judge pre Â¬ excitement and enthusiasm and without knowÂ¬ ears It was celebrated forits abundance were npe ana men to find out if uses ne put mem the vital questions of to day their party bur- sided over your convention that nominated ing what it did passing over Washburne and of corn and all sorts of grain never bottom of this rather restlessly and who him so his face hidden iu his hands dened down to the waters edge with its frauds Grant the second time a convention that Edmunds and other honest men made the Look here I cant sell them peaches Siberia signifies thirsty or dry very thought of such a thing as refusing to He ate his supper nearly in silonce Now James just tell me what all and corruptions must go under So they raise cheered to the echo James L On of South fatal and supreme mistake of taking its Presi Â¬ You after you have squeezed them He got a like a man who is mentally preoccupied satisfy his wifes questions war cry again and Carolina an original fire eater and secessionist dential candidate from that group of a dozen characteristic this means if yon are not quite out of the record cry and the squeezed em did message from the Down Farm to go And he enjoyed it too for he was very your senses Come Spain country of rabbits or comes didnt sell em before I Well if you dont long and loud about what happened fifteen whom your administration afterward sent as unsavory and damagod politicians who iu the talk I intend to know or twenty years ago No but Ambassador to Russia Longstreet next to most corrupt and venal period of our his Â¬ It was once so infested with these animals you over there without loss of time I hungry Yes you may know it now he said sell em after Ive squeezed em you aint was early re anything lifting his face and its despair with thought I might as well come up James do you ever hear Fellow citizens I want this Republican party Lee the leading rebel General with a fat Fed- Â¬ tory were exposed and disgraced by a Con- Â¬ that it sued Augusta for an army to had I any worse off thai you were before You warded by your administration the As to Hall I left now of that Emma Land gressional committee of their own party But destroy them him Dinah Ann placed in the fireplace of that old fur to come out into like open field of to day and you only lately been sent as sense and made this battle Italy a country of pitch from its yield- Â¬ must learn to reason man before James Harbury laid down his knife nacein my old green pocketbook 500 in fight the own merits men of have any courage eral officeto and has to represent the Govern- - the party which hasana wmen uy great and un him stuck in the tap room of the Taw Â¬ and not Minister Turkey mung n cos ing great quantities of black pitch if they on their talk Galveston News fortunate mnnucr destroying ny Lion ho didnt order his gig to bo and fork in surprise at tho question and bank notes ment which he came so near And and they are on the virtues of their fathers and grandfathers mDelled mo to Jiscuss the record of its candiCalabria also for the same reason looked across at his wife whose face was burned They are burned Dinah Ann And do you remember Mreby me rooeiuivirtues which they havo strangely if not im ready before 10 oclock now w u np ltg hands in hoiy horr0rat Some More Lotc fighter and guerrilla who shot our brave boys wUait caXJB peTConai dander and Gaul modern France signifies yellow piously neglectea to imitate uome out ana Just Like Peter Hall Youd have bent over her knitting Dinah Ann paused wuueu uanucn show if you can that your party is clean and aown irom ine ituice cuiuao uu mu the war ing Did I ever hear anything of Emma presume is Matilda Wil-Â¬ ine isepuuucan party Horace Greeley haired as yellow hair charactized its in- This como from taken the reins yourself James I reck- Â¬ Where did the notes to pronounce in man than a What can make H lTom your brother to me A long pnro that Garfield isnotbetter any change Han- a nanio which we used and horror Well he too broke tho great good heart ofTilden four years rmmtnTiti he repeated Land liams queried his Honer as a plainly on had you come back with him times with objurgation need cock and that we do which has followed Samuel J represents j The English of Caledonia is a high dressed woman of 40 was escorted to the you ask that Dinah Ann while ago years before I knew you I Oh hell not get as bad as all that No fellow citizens they do not proposo to under a Republican administration with ita lying pens dipped in the malice of hell mountainous bar What can make me ask it I dont lent a friend over 400 He ran away fight the battle in this way but instead they abroad the country which he tried to destroy and which has never yet failed to assail and hilL This was a ragged But I say Dinah Ann its a sad thing And there is blacken the character of every public man who province in Scotland begin just twenty years back and say that the nnnt von feel nrond of him Yes about Partridge at the Down Farm A lrnnw The ouerv happened to como with it to Australia and I lost my money the late Postmaster General under Hayes the against for the rebelcries Hibernia is utmost or last habitation And you disturbed the peace I be- Â¬ day or two ago he went out with his hay- Â¬ into my mind Why should I not ask and set him down as a rogue But he is Democratic party is responsiblerebellion down rebel CoL Key who tried to destroy the opposes it now what out protest from such a they put tho a lion and that lieve not so dishonest as I thought him he This assertion is tho very beginning of their Government lor buperintending whose mail qriortcr Gods makers and you know what a man he it year by Theres no sense in it that see Ibelieveso nothing is being said never extended their voyages is to work when he does set about it has made his fortune out there and is argument this year the broad proposition upon bags he was afterward paid 8 000 does that p Now j How Republican administration country of tin great tho Britain the But do you Have you any defense got into a heat and drank a lot of cold back again in London now and last which their argument rests When we ask for look to you But you tell me theso men nav about Mr Gartieia extept wnat is suggestea Dy Every quantities being found on it and adjacent a change in the Government we are met on the Yes sir wait till I find my handker the record of his public sayings and acts week he transmittea the acDt ana uuer cider It struck to him for death they necessarily put islands this assertion which is everywhere joined the Republican party Does that then what Do I candidate for President mi6t The Greeks called it Albion 500 I threshold by know I shall cry as soon as I say and Harry is gone to make his est to your brother for mo our xacej as a reason wny wo snouia atone for their treason to their country anu s these in issue and when tit people shall bo which signifies in the Phoenician tongue chief for I Ever hear of her et will brought the notes home tho night Harry thrust in one not have to be understood to say i gagged and prevented by any means of dis Â¬ flag Do you wish Why you know she went out to white or high mountains from the Poilincr to find tho needed article in exclaimed here the What a dreadful thing that a United States army officer who atcom- - cussing them this couitr r is on tho highroad either Now I have two conclusive answers to this Indies I think drove menow just tell me Janes how whiteness of its shores or the high rocks her pocket she sent Bijah to her cell to to despotism and dcairucuoi And Dinah Ann who had a feeling heart with where was it the West so long ago beginning of the Rebellion deserted his Republican stock argument of the campaign to her friends there ever recover it and then began vou could think of putting bank notes First it is not germane to the question in par-Â¬ mend and his colors and went into the rebel all Uer curiosity But if 1 must arguo a proposition so plain ou its western coast woody place four years Corsica signifies a cf Nigh upon eight years it must be You into such a place as a furnace fire liamentary phrase it is not relativo and ma Â¬ army and fought us for his account unto tho suppose we turn this matter round and take an For the past six months I have been Ay tis 1 think Id like a snack with tho know she did Dinah Ann Suppose now that the day after terial to the Usrc in legal phrase For even iinn1ir ritli in Hnnare Sardinia signifies the footsteps of men keeping company with a man named hole cold lcef Dinah Ann though it is late Republican party illustration by joining the not write from the It But ofin to bo I did it and the furnace was ever better it the rot prove elect would be Government his office desertion AUU Ukinc I got talking to your brotherso in his hadÂ¬ Indies she may she does DoesWest went in there for safety Nobody never if true fordocs country to that itGen Hancock andany a lncraUvodouble under tr tnan uio Gen Hancock was nominated at Cincinnati he which it resembles favor so called from Thomasand Wo were doubt marriedwasOc- Â¬ jnTjn the war she Perhaps all Syracuse bad that he tober Ive fice and missed my tea he offices this year But better for by I commission I had no irt mrtWl j and mako a change in tho mvnw ann m j ii m mu - of fiTe officers three of them his own un Â¬ the unwholesome marsh on which it right The other day I heard that he had nothing since 1 oclock dinner While write to you his head to imply a nega- Â¬ used in the second place it is not true in fact x no rebel omcerwno iay aora tte close oi tho w ar He shook jth 5 frfc gone off on an excursion with a foolish Phoebe puts it Ill just go and take a Safely Was there not your bureau Democratic party as a party did not rebel turned lo bis allegiance at Democrats ticket malo u t cheat lho goldi comisiS Gov- - stood but concluded to vote the tive and occupied himself with his sup Â¬ up stairs in tho bedroom or a Bhodes serpents or dragons which it chit of a girl not 16 years old and I against the Government and tho Republican look at White Bess Oh yes Hancock is a good eminent Suppose ho had denied tie cnarge party did not put down tho rebellion But you say produced in abundance per again Emma Land had once upon waited for tho boat to come in to see if it White Bess is all right said Mrs Thats never locked Let me show you that I am correct in this man We dont find any fanlt with him but and had appeared before the commission and Sicily the country of grapes Why its alwayB Jocked was so So much better that Evan a time been a somewhat sore subject be Â¬ Harbury You complain sworn that he had had no relations with the wo dont like his company The secessionists of the South rebelled against Scvlla the whirlpool of destruction Any way tho key is never taken out tho Democratic party and put up a candidate first that you cant trust tho Democratic party sutler and had never received any money from Here she began weeping and a tnriu thinks you might have ridden her in toÂ¬ tween them for Dinah Ann was jealous You charge tliat this him bnt tho commission found that he had on JEtna signifies a furnace or dark or of sympathy ran over tho audience while in the old days in opposition to it in I860 a year beforo they which is behind him of it day No need to go and Bee her now smoky party was disloyal in the war and will be en- - their oaths his friends with the rest Kow Do you ever see her James Ah I see what it is You were wont into open rebellion against me uovcrn Better is she I should like to Bijah shuthis teeth together andbreathed by the rebel influence I the Republican party afraid I should sco the money and want ment ref used to support Douglas at Charleston tirely controlledyou the great changes tot havo what do givo her a look like a horse galloping up huL who See havo They already shown woud nadonelSbont this Do you hink and Yeg it was so she continued to spend it He took up his hat which still lay on In Iceland You know Emma Land broke up the convention and withdrow and occurred in the party the new and different w- WQuld haye j g0 mpek aod mot that o lost Dinah Ann a tho the table and went out Mrs Harburys nominated and this what has What haT0 kcpt still about it The main difficulty in Icelandic travel when I got sight of them I sortonly of my I cant think to night put nil Ann sum And so you wouldunexpectedly lie afterwardAfter they had voted for Breckin- Â¬ snesandhavejustwUedyourattenUonto uihat re- Â¬ call the rebel element gone the National fact that what ridge liko that coming eyes followed lum tnev were iuii oi into your head Why who ing is to nna ground nrm enougu to presence of mine and thought Dinah 0Qght they to do in such a case Budl tJrcum Bonnets and frills Democratic Convention reassembled at Balti- party is a minority sechon in tho country j meekly rejoined speculation and her mind also n0 comx6o ttat the safest venge I expect I raised a row hut I How is it bear a horse and his rider and another thing that may Rtan A Douglas a and thev would be instified in spreading look at believe he gone and fresh chairs and tables youd not more man nominated Stephen supported him Nowlct me tell you couldnt help it I dont soliloquised isshe toHed not But do you loyal and a patriot and iriseyou Notonlyis tne rebel eement in Uf the sworn record which track is often along the sea beach where growled Bi- Of course sho couldnt have known where to stop the marc as a party for President that year When Mr Do I what a minority in the Government but it is m a proved that Gen Hancock was a bribe taker that is available or even in the bed of a If I had been in Well I must say James you have Lincoln was elected it was the men who had M 1p1ow his breath disturb her now he hears she is all See her bo President I 1 TM Ihtv vn dhim dead with Democrats aro doing with travTerconsS right Aud how absent and fidgety ho Why how could I sco her re- Â¬ been rightly berved for your want of left the Democratic party and voted for Breck and Mr Lin been court maniaieu by in the river whose course he is follow- - a tack faammeri There is some mystery agate turned he in a sort of helpless lone confidence No husband ever has a con- Â¬ inridco that went into rebellion administration ecemed VIM VUUWU 0 WrH 1JMWtin J and the new Republican queried the court as he sank Well and I bhould like to know what it is I tliat his wife fully thought was put on cealment from his wife if shes a good coln in their first fearful trial no more welcome the whole South and only 1W8000 in the connivingVitn an old political sutler bv tho ing or through torrents rushing down had ifo but hes sure to bo paid out It is and powerful support than that rendered by rebel Steles whilo it was 2600 should not think at the North namQ of 0aje8 wonder whether I The pass back ui his chair She is in the West Indies and I am notwithstandinghe swore from tho field on either side as tha he j Stephen A Douglas the defeated candidate of a loss though 500 a vast preponderance of 1000000 votes IFn no I should not think ho can have stolen here Q dealing with tho said nad nQ overwhich we had to ride is about 1500 a -- ju the National Democratic party Now tell me yon see in tne norm o she concluded Ho groaned out lo meet somebody j snau never uu may not be in tho West Indies She you Ames Do I overstate this matter This is feet high and in tho month of June the after- Â¬ by what moan partisan logio can it bo made publicans talk in this campaign My business in Northam this as - I live It was a great shock to mo and nntl snow her tone dubious in spite of the stress now one chargo where there are a good many divide was still blocked held would think that the whole Democratic strcngt h onlyis it not a fair subject for comment fll r iuu Democratic party should ivr laid on the not bear a I dont know where she is Shes noon was to consult with your brother out that thefor men who had left it andbo re-Â¬ was at the South But you say the Democrats but rniil tn von fnr an lirmr what tho leadineI This snow was hard enongh toplaces it j iear xcourtguiu r1m - for something fought responsible rnnlrl began to hunt The Stepping lightly into the kitchen and there for all I know and Im sure it does about a good investment for it expect to carry the Boutn bo tney uouu Republican papers of tho country said about man or a pony but in many to the death and how did it bring on a Bijah asked she placing it Whats this giving her orders to Phoebe about the not matter would give way beneath them when in the drawers of his desk and She bellion by voting for a great Northern states Â¬ they expect also to carry a good part of tho iv7 mn know that their prospect is motioned the prisoner to go out man and patriot wno stood like a brother by supper tray she caught up an old water- Â¬ demanding his expul Â¬ both on tho same set of feet and in con questions and youll hear before him tho identical green case Ask no of the Garfield some of them Mr Lincolns sido in tho supreme crisis of tho most excellent for carrying a majority thould proof cloak that hung in tho back pas no stories sion These papers artnow supporting him for sequence the Captain and I did a good j had been gone some nail a minute wnen thought his wifo quoting with the bank notes inside it A we No this reckless and wholesalo electoral votes of the North Government up and told Bijah President eating their own words and are join sage threw it on to hide her light dress the line familiar to her iu her school girl James gasped Â¬ of Pennwalking Tho old guide how-Â¬ his Houer straightened charge against the Democratic party will not need to do that would be the States a closo ing in tho new position which the party is fast deal of one stand Dinah Ann My dear Dinah Ann l and crept out after her husband It was days ever stuck to his steed except when j to call the next case and letthis respect- Â¬ sylvania and Ohio now trembling in stand It is a false thirge and you wake taking that after all there was nothing very obliged to cross Ah its my dear Dinah Ann now a very light and beautiful night in fact at all wonder James torrent on a precari- Â¬ for awhile shouli be ashamed to make balanco between tho parties 3Should find that bad m tho Credit Mobilicr and that Oaken a able Republicans I should not and up on the morning of Nov and where would you bo without mo I uso of it it could not be said to be yet as dark as but Emma Land has como back again Ames w a deeply wronged and persecuted man ous bridgo of snow and they managwl A Mystery Explained There is one viow in which Democrats possi- Â¬ Hancock had carried the North as well as the If thi3 lino can only be established it will carry to flounder triumphantly through all have given you a good fright however would bo and that is never dark in it May be Two or three years ago Dont you conceal a thing from mo bly contributed to bring on the war which by South what then would you say relief and joy to Colfax and Patterson and all difficulties On Sunday evening says the Boches of summer the fine nights An Icelander in riding ucs comparison is not altogether complimentary to the southern again James But fellow citizens what is there to this tho other Christian statesmen For him to lose hid tea ran her we heard she was married Out there neither whip nor spur but works his ter Herald the residents inheavy roar as party Republicans of heard it Who said it think I will he said How the Republican resisted At Charleston to as wo most bigoted assumptionand ofthe will come up- Â¬ Who of all things I dont about com- Â¬ thoughts It must bo and refuted I said there are other serious charges against arms and legs perpetually liko tho sails suburbs wero startled by a have seen they ills evils manner I know I heard it I remember it has it all como just been playing a lit- promise with the flivo power and went brave that allcountry ifoftho Democratic party succeed Jlr Garfield one of them at least as damag- Â¬ of a windmill and can thus keep hi1 of distant thunder accompanied by a some uncommonly urgent business to on the Why I have ing as this one his relation to tho dishonest ly to certain defeat under Douglas rather than tins year to forego a meal of any quite well But as to who said it I for- Â¬ Has anybody besido Republicans induce James moving at a pace which leaves the trembling of the earth This lasted but Lin- Â¬ ring where tliat pony Aro all kind I do wonder what secret they get that your brother I think That tle as well as you I was at tho gate last submit to Southern dictation After Mr Con- any rights iu this country enemies men outside District paving3000 under it is confessed legal foreigner far in the rear On the quiet a few seconds and the general opinion tho guiso of It is well he received earthquake had taken Thursday night and hoard what you colns election tho Republican party inexten- of that organization public Not a word for she had married a cousin have between them and waters of the fjord the cider ducks were was that a slight which he slavery voted to their Oh not that thats unlikely for said to Harry as you got out of the gig gressprinciple abandon pank nonthen- - platform to understand some of theco things ThoÂ¬ services for brief but made no argumentChair- Â¬ taking their newly hatched broods for a place Telephonic dispatches received your life mind to Dinah Ann cries he did secure as the sido proceeds upprepared no argument on the other in sion the vital know what she was ready to marry anybody Shed It excited my suspicions and my curios- Â¬ and compromiso with the South if thereby tho whole idea that the Democratic party is a vast man of tho Committee on Appropriations an first swim and as w scrambled up the from Bichmond Mills last evening ex No fear answers Harry on tho It war could bo averted They were tho ones in organized conspiracy to overthrow tho Govern- Â¬ appropriation of millions of the pcopl money f jeld the cock ptarmigan fluttered and plains tho mystery iu another way women arc and Bhod be for revolution- Â¬ have marrieti you you know She laid ity asked tho this instance that knuckled to tho South to put into tho pockets of a ring o swindlers ment and destroy tho country that if thoy bue But what did I say croaked over our heads according to his appears that a well known society young izing the house and herself too Yes traps for yon This is f And equally false and even moro mendacious cced tho rebels will como into power and imÂ¬ v r a rotten and worthless pavercnt of tho habit when the Thats about true I believe but I farmer really not remembering between that I should but its them I should most serious charge and it U a part hen is sitting upon eggs man was showing some young ladies at proceed to do what they failed to ac the excitement of the past misery and is it to absert that the Republican party put mediately in the war that the rebel debt will be public record of this candidate There are The region cf forests represented by the mills how to swing in a hammock revolutionize not myself she emphati- Â¬ did not fall into Vtiem JJinah xm complish put good naturedly James And successfully by rebel till other charges The cally pronounced It may be that oldÂ¬ Harburylaughing from his supper tray to the presenta happiness to Dinah Ann down the rebellion No partydown down the paid the treasury bankrupted Titteeuth unquestioned facts but theso are enongh show dwarf birches and whortleberries is soon The lesson proceeded and the young until the loyal Rebellion The peoplo put it turned without straining and man Not word mind the Fourteenth again that womclaims love affair cropped up people of the whole country Why left behind and near the summit of tho the fastening broke - that this man is dcrtitutc of high public integnccro mim6nia rnenled and thoagain to disfranlook how tho figures brand this falschosd an who threatened to bring an action for reach his pipe Dinah Ann rang the bell Not a word for your life mind to pass there ia hardly any vegetation of a aforesaid struck the ground in the shape Whatever rity and that should be enough In that same election of 1860 which preceded chiscd and practically reduced that woslavery breach of promise when James married resumed her knitting and fell into an Dinah Ann should is talents ho belongs to tlat odiuu higher order than Icelandic moss while of tho letter V The roaring was caused Fellow citizens it is amazing tho war Mr Lincoln the Republican can- Â¬ unpleasant reverie modern public men who the baro rocks aro profusely marked by his remarks and the trembling of the me Perhaps fehe has been writing let2ss of our dui meet 1800000 had TnE hop crop in the State of New didate whilo in round numbers candidate niueto but wo sucueiuulong a the Republican ninUu unlawful gains aud merchandise with striations from glaciers that Invo earth by the sndden contact of something shall as Mind you dont let Dinah paigu ters to him votcn Mr Douclas fthe It would bo a chanty to out of mbue otbee and seek to covtr longsince diappsarrd Tt yiniletn ft less than three hundred pounds of hu Â¬ few days passed away things going York and throughout the country this of the Democratic party or perhaps 1300000 irv in niisleneo A had Ann lind it says Harry iniquity by loud canting not know any bctUr but up and expiate manity jvirhajis James has been foolish enough on smoothly at tho farm Dinah Ann year will exceed that of last year 25 per votes Now I take it that Jlr Lincoln j believe tliat Uiey do these things do know btt- - and snivel about their In Cent urn freedom aiid ithgion received all tho Republican votes as there their leaders who say or about 150000 bales to let her meet him Harry not a mar- - had recovered her temper at least she cent ro XI1XOXE V H XOOXS Bees carry pollen dust on their legs That is how dust tho busy bee A uan who wears a ten cent nieco on his shirt front caUs it his dimo and phi Hope springs eternal in the human breast But he who sits on a tack springs best Some women were evidently bom to blush unseen at least they arc never seen to blush A medical student declares that tho sndden death of Little Eva was calculated to awo Topsey Thebe is nothing in the four quarters 52 of the globe moro unreliable than tho hind quarters of a mule Samsons strength depended on his tlis liirht of the Hfc as to their candidate I hair but a womans strength depend or the Republican leadcni upon the strength of her hair pins hnbrnltitwillnot slanders and mud- and organs to o A patent medicine man s conveyance dings old district nor tbrowwz and a 10 come to us witn me ran away yesterday and you should havo will it answer foe Uon to call it quits bo- - seen the way the drug store down the magnanimous pri XrNO r r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JT - 1 4VV1A Â¬ Â¬ passage-at-arm- 1 Â¬ Â¬ 532 11 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 11 ITT I SSSL epcakwv--stampe- d I s- a J S3H V - mud-thro- Â¬ I Â¬ I 1 ut I - - - j 1 I Â¬ - I W a rTV I t ltLt Â¬ vti 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i fellow-citize- Â¬ 1 Â¬ I jilWT hi jFgillraUHiHHHHHH n A mujwuuihv1 1Jjusajw w rrnisslnHMIMriliif j I jj fe s i d g jTiPliiLSilfl HKWsWsMIMHbwsmsIssmBssH 4 Tlk TKrllisMlTisffllMMilHlfflifllWHiiiiM 4i1iiOffMMrlBMBHMslMaii jgrj tM THE HIOKMAN COURIER rrntifiiBD x Mr Emtok reads The ittqttlrj a MAIXE I3f SCYE31BK35 paragrtph I QEOESCSK HICKMAN OrriCE by friiat Br In Isht rjecLs Courier report is now liURCocU Augusta WARREN KENTUCKY Clinton Street Western KtntucJtg ote Me IlcJnz BuiMinp 7fte OLicrt Nevtpaytrln publican John Bolingy Ureoubuoker and Oscar Turner Why is it that your psragraph does Hint wo will have four candidates for Oongrrss Hon Vf W Tioc Democrat Itoht Anderson Re Â¬ Sei i TllOIISHUCi Stronger ttiuci PlniNted jiwiMfcmwVH- - m OLD iloroWSro limn Country fEVKR The other night soon after a ward Swnlij fvror LaBHT s of YrJImo meeting ltd oper ed one of the electors im i j jjj JiaiiTjiiLiXijj-mvz3au-it- -- J mil i erogumivj ja mijjwtiiji Sante Icar 11S Fivcraml a S Ws therefrom Quu ar pr--c-ot Acio Or- - begin cdaiii Price of sw drug store Res- Â¬ Lower Mis isippi river about seventy idence Moultonst uenr Court House miles below this city It was last SeslracrEpiloix i We do class Col Turner as a Demo week pronounced yellow fever of o M DM chool T crat one ofthe old fashion mild type There have bten some SEPT 21 1880 The differences FRIDAY HIS PROFESSIONAL SER between the Turner seventy five cises with several deaths OFFERS to the citizens of Hickman and Jossinco the latter part of August aad the convention derauornts of this ron racsiDrNT vicinityr IN eph Jonos Presideat of the State District are well understood The OBce Cornor room in Laclede Heaso WINFIZLD SCOT HANCOCK Board of Health denies that the ds mchH couvention democrats planted them of Pennsylvania ease is anything more than malarial G selvc upon the necessity of party or fevor caused by oxposuro in the rice ron Tics rRriDSST fields The faots that very few of the ganization and in previous canvaes 33xTttons W H ENGLISH cases had been thus exposed that the Congressional committee ruled that of Indiana We have a splendid stock IN STYLE AND PRICE WE DEFY COMPETITION Jones had not seen any of the cases tuts party organization ougtit to oe himself and that there has been inter ELECTORAL TICKET effected through coiipenfions On the course open and unrestricted until FOR THE STATE AT LASOE other side Turner and his supporters reoently between infected ships iu Thomas L Jones of Campbell claimed that they were in favor of par Â¬ quarantine in the neighborhood where A E Richards of Jefferson IN this fever prevails led Dr Bemis of ty organization whenever necessary Office in Millet Black riSTBICT rLFCTOR1 the National Board of Health to dis Â¬ but usked that the organization be efALL operotions performed in the most 1 James D While of Ballard EMBROIDERY patch Dr Sternberg an army surgeDl HOSIERY AND LACES GLOVES artistic mannor Special attention given lad A T Osjcroft f Daviess fected through primary elections and of experience in fevers- - of the gulf to the regulation of childrens teeth F EJwards of Edmonson 8rJ be held preferred that these primaries ooast to investigate and report Dr WE nAVE THE FINEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN 4tb Jacie Montgomery of Hardin Demiss is now in receipt of this officers lib EJJ MclJermott of Jefferson on some regular election day On Gth Jsines W Bryan of Kenton report pronouncing the disease unmis Â¬ C at lower prices than tha same goods have ever been sold Wilson this state of facts the two elements Under this arrangement despite the 7th TV C Owens of Scott takably yellow fever The President 8th M C Sanfley of Lincoln joined issue and the war of the ro kicking of some cranky Greenbackers of the National Board of Health hai Attorney liaw 9h Joseph Gardner of Magoffin ses ha been kept alive for the past who objected to having the State comtendered the Louisiana State vBesrjl AND REAL ESTATE AGENT 10th F L CleaTeland of Bracken mittee nominate the the preseiht years The sitfc quostious pro ent Fusion Electoral Electorswas placed the sum of 10000 to be used rSirfc HICKMAN KY tickot venting spread of the disease Withs IN Speaking voked by this coutrovery and the in tho Gold There will be a conven- Â¬ out consulting his Board President Real Estate Bought Sold Rented Ex Â¬ James D White Hancock and English personal points engendered we have tion of Greenbackers this week under Joseph Jones declined the aid claim changed and Taxes Paid LADIES and MISSES CLOAKS and DOLMARS Elector for the First District will address The ro a call made long ago to pam upon ing the State Board was competent to no interest now to review AVING permanently located in nick tie people of the District as follows but in view of deal with the trouble A number of of all the elements these nominations We have a splendid Stock AND AT PRICES THAT CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE man will practice in all the Courts Clinton Hickman county Monday Sep- Â¬ union and harmony recont election it will not amount to leading citizens holding a different of the first Judicial District of the Democracy in this District auything tember 27th The Fusionists generally opinion held a meeting Tuesday even The collection of claims and investiga Hickman Fulton eonnty Tuesday Sep Â¬ should be the great aim and consider Â¬ have caught the Hancock fever aud ingand decided to send tion of real estate titles made a specially tember 28th oommisFion T ac- Â¬ there are many Republicans who are of Fulton Station Fulton county Wednes ation of all true democrats to locality tha experts day Sept 20tb complish this pergonal antagonisms ready to join them Welded together This oommissron consisting of Dr J H A T IN Murray Callowry county Thursday aud rein- Â¬ Davison member of the Louisiana likes and dislikes ruuit be made to by such a surprising success SOth September forced by thousands who voted against State Board of JJcaltb Dr R W soften down or rather the interests qf them Monday their confidence in And now for Indiana HICKMAN the party must be made paramount giving Hancock Maines electoral vote Mitchell of Memphis member of the KENTUCKY National Board of Health Dr George IN ALL STYLES wo have an endlesa variety AND VERY O jEEIEJ A DP No is not very unnatural to such personal matter Nothing but ot Sturnberger surgeon of the army ATTEND TO ALL BOSINBaS Tnc elections next following aro in superior entrusted to their care Georgia Indiana Ohio and West Vir Â¬ two individuals ever reestablished sin hard work and liberal use of mouey aud Dr J D Brans of the Chari Office Millet Blook cere friendly relations so long as they can prevent it and the Republicans ty hospital left for Point Miohacl ginia must have a good loug rest before they yoaterday morning on a special steamheld no respect or confidedce in each are ready for either er provided by citizens The oommisi Gov Weight of Tennessee has other and continued to vent IN C Paducah will be invaded by Geu their sion rotated this evening but has left oil discussions Kith his Democrat feelings The truth is that Haskells salvation army this week Hickman Courier classifies The ATTORNEY Ar LAW party or- Â¬ Dot yet made publis its report GENTS YOUTHS CLOTHING ic competitor WiloD and cow rneete ganizations either through a conven- Â¬ Bill Lindsay among the Blue Grass Contracts have been awarded for the ich Collector Real Estate Agent construction of the new Ballard county Frankfort yeoman IQo CJoDrerllon Reeded Just right tion or primary election is a legiti fellows the Republican candidate WE CLAIM TO HAVE TBE BEST STOCK IN TIIE CITY AND HICKMAN KT court house at Wickliffe Well neighbor is there anything From Paducah News Hon J D Wuite the Hanoock mate orthodox democratic usage and wrong about that Will attend promptly to all busl Isnt Mr Liud ay Our LiviDgston county corresponI There are plenty of open bets out- Â¬ FOR QUALITY STYLE APD FINISH CANNOT BE BEAT WE CANNOT ness entrusted him in Southwestern and English Elector for this District and hence there is no hurt to tho party one of those Blue Grass fellows dent suggests the calling of n conven Â¬ standing in Washington City that Iu Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee ILK PJBICE Tues- Â¬ whiohever mode of organization i6 Paducah iVcics Â¬ tion to nominate a candidate for Con diana will go democratic in October is to speak in Hickman on next BE BEAT Special attention given to the investiga Blue Gratis or no Blue Grass he is gress In this community we hear no aud that Hancock will be elected in We fnpposo the Republican agreed to For instance the Hiokman day tion of Land titles and the purchase ana A SPLENDID LINE OF Â¬ Bale of Real Estate rjaii8tf Elector Mr Anderecn will also be Courier has advocated and comoien one of those fellows that Western Ken talk of this kind but the case is put November tucky is proud of aud will delight to in this style Should the Democracy A type setter recently mada a po tiously believes that when times and honor any aspiratiou he may have BLANKETS CliOAHSK here make a nomination it will in no wise litioal writer say that Iuternul vine cirenmstauces favor that a primary Muhlenberg Echo alter the case It would not work tho gar is the priest of limberness instead The Congressional race in this die election is the fairest mode of ab party or Call him what you please and locate Republican nor the Greenback candi Â¬ ofEtcrua vigilance is tho price of triof drain its iow length along with 1 1 ISFew 1 1 1 s would liberty STARTLING LOW PRICES Mr Turner ganization that can be effected and yet him where you may Lindsay U the date off the traok The tetn out enj special excitement still continue on the trapk and with iu head we should strenuously argue that there biggest man in Kentucky Reports from all parts of the south A full line of GENTS and CHILDRENS HATS and CAPS new styles and low prices the nominee there would still be four psr of the times seems to agree to a are emergencies when a and heart Princeton Banner primary clec candidates on the track The fealinc indicate un unpreeedented husinesi Retail Denier In A LARGE STOCK OF free race and the devil take the hind Trio Conrlcr Jcnrnal on Turner tioa is tco unwieldly and a conven Â¬ seems to be to pormit Tice and Turner during the fall and winter There is a moat man and the foremost one two Courier Journal Sept 13 to make a flat footed race without any call for laborers to aid in saving the tion ought to be resurted to or even as to that An attack of sickness is preventing nomination and let the longest pole largest crop ever rained C C 3E JEEfc IEaE the mere nomination by a party commit- Hon Oscar Turner from fulfilliup some of OF THE VERY BEST MAKE AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES knock the persimmon An economical father writes to his Keeps in stock at all times fresh and If the accounts from Maine be true tee But who are to judge when these his appointmocts to address the voters of on my dear boy I seud you six new choice Gioceries Provisions Canned and the First district The people of that Why we district however will be pretty certain Mr Blaine has a pretty hard trouble party emergencies exist lilvlnsr IlUe a Gentloruau mr Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought shirts made from six old odos of mine To be a gentleman and live like a Wben you are through with them send and kept for sale A mass of evidence answer plainly tha party committee during his illness to take euro of the into scratch ont of nov7 RECOLLECT that we claim to have first class goods and will sell them at as law one strongest has been accumulated to show his con For aDy one else to asBumo to judge terests of they of the ever had toand brain gentleman ought to be the same but them back they will mako six uew figures ascan bar found anywhere in tho country have iest men represent in common acceptation they hava no neotion with the various cases of biibe brings disorder confusion and ultimate them in Congress He is powerful effi connection and indeed are often ops ones for your brother Tbe National Cotton Exchange of ry and it will be carried before Con defeat But in tho history of parties cient laborious nnd faithful and his con- Â¬ posed To be a gentleman means a stituents can not afford to lose his serwho America will issue its official statement grees at its next session ihe trial not only in Ibis District but all over vices Indeed the entire State is inter- great deal far more than many iEEPS all kinds of staple and fane of tho United States for bo getitlemen Congress ire will be very different from that theeountry from liijeo time ther ested in historeturn to good reason und out- Â¬ claim toof To live like havegentemunn of the crop the commercial year ending August sse any siders fail why he a before a packed committee of the Maine grows up dissatisfaction us to the rul- Â¬ should have opposition refers generally to externals alone to 31 1880 The details as made out anJ Conrectioueries Will b pleased to Legislature ings of party csmmittees The am see his old customers and wili both suit outside presentation to keeping up show a total crop of 5700161 ElEilgHts ot ESonor Co Young them an price nnd quality Call and see bition jealousy distrust well doings In Rhode Islandevery foreigc born By order us Quick Sales and Small Profits All the strength of theRepublican and wrong doings of individuals cates a recentKnights alt beneficiary certifi- Â¬ appearances citizeu wire is not a freeholder is dis- Â¬ iu the of Honor must confjan4tf nilNtitmolppi Elevator NE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON TIIE RIVER Wont be undersold will be concentrated in Indiana party nate from the Supreme lodgo and the franchised This law to which tbe Re serve to bring about the disaffection Consignments Solicited The change in methods of hipping name of the beneficiary must be slated Its money resources will be exhausted E Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Connlrv WL and the breach grows with argument thereon in full Heretofore the various grain down the Mississippi will require publicans cling with earuost tenaoity may9 9 proscribos huudreds of Union soldiers Produce Live Stack etc to buy a victory in that State The is the eituationof the Democrat local lodges have issued these certificates the building of regular elevators at Let this fact be continually borne in This last and only hope is to buyor steal and in order to comply with the now order ie elements of this Distriot Some the Supreme lodge has ordered that the principal points of grain shipment and mind it They will be unable to do either this business will in time be profitable stating the case would bring out the subordinate lodges shall forward before as far south as Memphis en the Miss Artemus Ward once told us that the rSa3 The Demoerats are fully alive to the m to the supreme loige the the first of October causes here suggestod in stronger col all applications now in their possession issippi and along its tributaries iu Ar- Â¬ funniest story he ever heard was about KEEP3 Flourbest Coffeo Sugar Molas Â¬ Lard Bacon- - c to bo importance of crushing them out for- Â¬ found in Hickman Having no partner ors censuring the one side or the other and the Supreme lodge will make new kansas Missouri and all States fur un inebriated reporter who leaned over ever and Indiana is as good a plaee as to divide profits with will sell goods the nnd proper certificates and forward them the railing of the reporters gallery in as predilections might prompt but for exchange for those now out freo of ther north Whonever grain is general cheaper Speciality any in which to do it ly handled in bulk on ull the western the English Houe of Lords and in REFITTED REFURNISHED Ground and Roasted in Coffees Green HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED Come and see for such utterances however honestly put cost Will ahum noble ord plea THIS thoroughly renovated to river and railroad and attentive yourself freights will be a quired river the saving in Convenient Tho common that forth would not tend to produce har- Â¬ made payable error iswife the policy is pleasant addition to the farmers profits shiug comic shong watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section LATEST FKOJI 31AISE Kay Country produce of nil kinds taken to ray only when may9 79 TBiSSTER W We would like to Shave the bor name should be written in full All mony in exchange for goods or Cash maris Gen Franz Steel hit the The gallant Republicans Concede Defeat party harmonize and following this persons belonging to this order knowing The Republicans love a soldier only nail ou the head when ut Evansville by 500 their applications to be incorrect should when he is ou their side in politics he said Why should we fight over Boston Sept 21 The Journal of idea the Courier which had always attend to it at once They wore Augusta Me telegraphs as follows supporred the convention nominee Old Ben Butler knew where to fall the old issues of the war ArUnnssio ana Repudlntlou What the Our footins by counties gives Davis two years ago in the Trimble Turner when he saw that the falling time had Bettled fifteen years ago Little Reck Gazette space to people want is peace and a union of scattering eorao 73576 Plaistedu73389 NOtrouble to name all articles but no authorities to orshow goods Tho stand Arkausas has taken hearts and hands 475 Davis over plaisted 190 There race urged tho party The victorious Democratic speakers Come and see at the corner of Troy townB or plantations to be der a primary election instead of a against repudiation is lauded all over have come over from Maine to Indiana are seven and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ky The sorrowful tree so called because Our reasons for the po the country According to the returns and viotory will follow soon heard from Besides the uncertainty convention jon25 ly it flourishes only in the uigbt is found bo far received the contest was a elose about the vote of towns yet to be re sition were on tbe Island of Genoa near Bombay In order to have held their owa the one but the amendment advocates ceived in determining the result there HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1st A primary election was ojual agree that tbe measure has been de Republicans should have carried Maine Theflowcrs which appear soon alter U a possible and probableHnsccursoy HICKMAN KT t unset close up or fall off as the sun ly as fair as a convention fentcd because of the failure of a ma by ot least 17000 mejorily of some figures already given also The tree has a fragrant odor rises IMS was equally as orthodox a jority of the voters to cast their ballot 2nd It questions about other inaccuracies George Wilkes of New York offers and blossoms at night the year roud DKALEtt IS which appear in returns all of which mode of party organization when ap for it How many votes it will laok to bet 810000 that General ZTancock Italian and American Mabblk The Albany Argus delivers this of the requisite majority we cannot will be elected next President of the with a close vote render tho result eo proved by the partycommittee MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE brief address to the Republicans now tell possibly it may be less than United States doubtful that it can oolybe determin 3rd There were sir or seven thou Â¬ five thousand But all agree that the STONES Men and brethren your 187G majori Â¬ ed by official canvass of the returns at fine lot Amer 7od Joe Blackburn upon invita Â¬ ty of 15444ju Maine was equivuleot sand democrats in the District who meaiure has failed and as stated the opening of the Legislature HAVING reoeived aMarble I ofam pre- Â¬ Italian Â¬ tion of the Democratic State Central to luauuu majority in unio jaio Finding errors in the telegraphic re were so prejudiced about conventions above there is groat rejoicing among pared to fill all orders Call and examine tho country Committee of Ohio will make several will vote October 12 on State offiosr ur work turns to the Dot amount of two tenths that they would not bo satisfied with Democrats throughout May be you can carry it aud may bo 8Ordeis from the country promptly ot ono per cent the copies of tho offi a convention no matter bow called or If wc mistake not Arkansas is the first speeches in that State filled We shall see may26 State in the history of the Union that cial returns hava been carefully footed f72ancock is soveral thousand votes you can not with the footing re- Â¬ held and who would be harmonized has voted on a question of this char- Â¬ alrongcr in Maine than She local State and compared Ohio Railroad Com Â¬ The Mobile An error is through a primary election and a large acter and where it has failed to be tioketwas aud hence the hope of car- Â¬ pany is extending its road to the Ohio ceived from Augusta Tl river opposite Cairo The extension will fonnd of 100 in tho footing up of Pou majority of the convention democrats ratified She now stands in the front rying Maine in November way bo twenty two miles moat of the rank in the estimation of tho outside Seven lacking towns would be equally as well satisfied obcot count Plaisted of Maine will take the under the brow of tho bluffs along the world and will find no difficulty iu ure added and the final result is Pa The Congressional Committee in Hancock There will Mississippi river the roughest rout of settling her indebtedness ou her own stump for oleotora vis 73640 Plaisted 73814 Plaisteds Ihe cost of be but one ticket in Maine unj road in the Purchase whom the party authority vested for terms plurality 174 The scattering were iu opposition to the Republican tiuknt building is estimated at 580000 per mile the whole of it is now under contract and net on the sheets received here but reasons satisfnotory jvltltenftlYes d Set down Maine for Hancock Olito liccDttK titto Line 1881 is to bo completed by January 1 35tiie Augusta footing 475 is probably olinod the suggestion as to a primary Special to tho Courier Journal Gen Butlers latest political conuin This jenilt iuuit be very election aud ordered a convention He is a correct Maine is Blaines State Washington Sept 23 The Re drum will go the rounds of the counHe is a standing oandis near although soma towns are still not From this and other causes the nom favorite son publicans are more frightened over try If Grant could not he truitod date for the Presidency He is regard Stato Com official and the Democratic the Democrats have ever with a third term how can the Repub laittec although their tables ore not ioee suffered defeat In the pending Ohio than Indiana Warners Safe Kidney asd Lier Cr A Cincinnati lican party be trusted with a sixth ed as ono of the best party mauugcrs will come coutest the Congressional Committee been over He personally conTtnrmarlv Dr Craitft Hldnat fir complete agree that thoy in tho country I A regztable preparation and tbeotilv a journalist of the 6talwart kind writes term rj J out very near this Although theso has taken no steps to further the or Â¬ In toe world for Srtsntta ducted the canvas on behalf of tho he docs not consider Ohio a that i uuweics himi auj iiiunej juh r au DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF figures are from the official returns tho ganization in any way but seem to here State and that unless Urtnnry Diseases Fourteen hundred thousand dollars Republicans aud it is well understood our his safe cjnisumoiuaa ot ine nianeai oicer in rroor official canvass of them is not made j of tii esc statements The friends watch the canvass Ohio will in the hands of the chuirman of the Re Â¬ hud at command uulimited supplies of vield tho race free to all CxTf or too enra or miubelM- - mil far TTrvn uatil the Legislature meets in January money Thee facts add greatly to the publican State Central Committee of ors For the cure or Cum Safe DlaJtx4c a CV3 takes oognizance of Courier ha3 taken no conspicuous pirt give the country greater surprise iu Indiina to import negroes and buy significance of the result KrislUa sail ths otfcrr und only that body I diseases call for WanK rs Snfb October than Maine has Iidi y j nuil XJxcr Cure errors in them The plurality amend in the recent congressional races from A good round sum but white votes Judge W SJacksons recont decis Â¬ AXB SPECIAL AGESTS roB WARNERS SAFE BITTERS meat is carried by a large majority tho faot that wo have no heart in a uot enough to carry the State Indiana ion in regard to the Sunday law at IttathebtstBIoodPoTiaeran iUmnlatM ifcvery ranctlcn to more tieltbnil action vt fight between democrats and demo Â¬ Cincinnati Enquirer Is thru a benefit In all dlscttSts Tho Republican organs will pleic Louisville wipei out the Gathwright WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES ALSO AGENTS FOR West Garden of tiie It cores Scrofulous and otter SfalnEru elomonta In 1870 the Democracy of Indiana inform us where their majority of 15 amendment passed by the last Legis The time may come I tiom and Diseases Inrtcdjas Cauwrs tl- Mercantile men realize better than cratic I errs ana oxner aurcs Tho decision remands the enelected a Secretary of State by a ma 000 in Maine has gone That was the lutuic will como whoa all true democrats GAAR SCOTT GOS THRESHERS lTTSXDMS ii3R1MfftlRtflHA any other clais the wonderful improve and j Constiijatlon IHxzlrrexH SuirrsJ of25GSvolos In 1872 the In size of it iu the September election of forcement of the Sunday hw to muni I uy eve sre csrea oy me aar Killers at least will appreciate the effort of jority Democrats it ut j nneqnaied as an appeUceraad regular tonic meat of the Mississippi valley within elected a govornor by the lost Presidential year It bus cer- cipiil authorities through the City diaua Efif Keeps on hand ropairs for same soiu jo ot wo sizes pnecs cue ana mw to bring about harmony 1337 votes In 1874 the Democrats tainly disappeared very mysteriously Court We suppose the same law aptsn years They know that in nearly the Courier WARNERS SAFE NERVINE of the of Indiana elected a Secretary of Siuto QuIelUyttlvesIteataadSlecptotaescirc in plies to all corporations where the every town there is more business and between the warring elements cures llradnvhe and SJeunlcl prevent The St Louis Globe Demoerat the rv BAITZBR COMPANY rsiiaveanvrroiEpiioiuencana by oxcessiva 4nnk -ov tr-In the mean- Â¬ by 17252 votes In 187G the Demo- big organ of the Republican party of charter gives power to pass Sunday laws bulsnoe of trade is party in tho District btter that the trutlun brought on ana nucr csumk crats carried Iudiana by 5081 votes i wore menial nocJC9 If the medical students of Indiana Powerful as It Is to sod oaiu and soothe nrs- largely in favor of the country They time if Republican triumph should in the October election for Governor Â¬ Missouri doos not attempt to disguise turbed Kerrea It navsr injures tbe system MANUFACTURERS OF ever overtake the party by reason of ship aud by 5515 votes in Novcmbor its opinious respeeting the reoult of are leally killing the imported negroes urlietber talcea In smin or larsa does know that farmers pay more promptly uotues or two prices sva ana yiw dissecting purposes it is very bad and as a consequence there are loss those dissensions the Couriers efforts for tho Tilden electors In 1878 the the voto iu Maine It pronounces it for WARNERS SAFE PILLS tho greatest disaster which hui hap couduot and it ought not to be tolera i Are an laimedlato and active stimulus for a commercial failures They know that will be appreciated Democrats of Indiana elected a Secre Â¬ Btl- I Tcrpid Utct and carp CaJtiwxtss Dppepti in twen ted any longer Half the negroes who go manufacturing establishments ore now tary of State by 14113 vote aud this poned to the Republican party rboa Ma tori Tcnr This is the private opinion of to Indiana sre deluded by promises of ty yearn Thoy asd Aras and sti mM springing up ia every district It is calculated that the ten million is the latest census of the votes of In in tho employment and many of them sro too STEEL PLOWS be used whenever tha AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS know that the farmers are raising bets barrels of beer reported by the brew- diana tho latest substantial informa every intelligent Republican bowels do not trcraxt frealy ana rttury Now is the time to keep the honorable to violate the election lawJ QtEitS stock and aioro of it They know tion that has been published concern land Krh ter So cfcw nil rHtJsold last bet idei they know that it they aro PUiatod nail Democratic fires burning ir U is ers Congress as having been ing thej political complexion of that that the fruit business of the valley A work idf 1Tb rvwrft Sale KaaivtM ar may be oheated out of the Governor- Â¬ caught voting there they will bo sont growiog rapidly and will alono make year would have filled a canal five feet State wM bj PrcsWU m nuu TerjwnwT ship of Maine as Tilden was cheated to the peuitentiary The report that TcTsUBSCRIBE FOR THE and twenty one feet wide extend Â¬ Know deep NOW IS THE TIME n Urge port of the valley rich HHW5rflsraCft Somebody paid the Paducah Fair out of tho Presidency of the United large numbers of negro corpses are they are quietly ex ing from Now York to Philadelphia jdk these facts lT wprln thrown association SI 500 for tho privilege of States but the moral effect in other shipped to the medical colleges of Â¬ and that it would take a pump B00HE3TEB K T tending their trade in the future gar should be looked hu rubbed out by any New England C7S4 toe raapVt den of the west so as to got a large inn thirty gallons a minute tweuty ouo running a whee of fortune ou tho States can not nd TnUoMMilftJ juto during the fair j years to pump it dry rascality grounds subsequent fmsssscsz Lsre of the beaeSt of its growth George Warren KI31r not mention Turner politicyou class him as a Democrat - Dout Turner Democrat I Â¬ r Correspondent of Phila- Â¬ delphia Times How will the Fmiou victory affect lanoocks chances in Maine is the question most discussed The fact that Hancuck ii coufefsedly several thousand votes e tronger than Planted i almot a sufficient answer The Democrats now expect to carry Maine in November and the Republicans agree that if Plaisteds majority is what it appears to be it will bo hardly worth while to make a struggle against the 1 i fi nuc iuij Buuucsx iuus turuugni iu iuu Fusionir ts the hope of permanent control of tho State aud with that pros pect in view and tho general belief among them that Hancock - ill get in without Maine they are not likely to pull apart In fact the malcontents are coming already aud olaiming cred- Â¬ it for heroic efforts in behalf of PIais ted The Democratic and Greenback leaders in Maine had a very thorough understanding on tha Presidential blauk long ago The Greenbackers were to have the caudidato for Gov ernor two Congressional candidates and four of the eeveu Electors and the Democrats to have three Electors Â¬ still stopped by to the Chicago if lieuieuu to lejve the place lie friend who -- for tha door as was said nrwi za s jtijii-frv-- kijfiuxr mju -m m m g1 dr a HICKMAN SJrofcisiqiuil PHASICAN AND SURGEON a faris New Orloftus Spccinl Times vailing for Dont leave us now 1 want you to heir what that speaker is aying Hear Suspicious sickncs has been pro that lie siys he niimt triumph or the is doomed homo lime in tho neiglvbor quarantine stations on the 1W -g GOODS llii SSSESEOCE Ml I Will KENTUCKY his Professional Services to the citizens of Hickman and vicinity K- - U 1LJUl-iAl-HtltSannlVLg- untiutry hendoftho Â¬ Â¬ ilHc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ye I know but Ive got to edge along townrd home was the reply Home great heavens how can yon talk of going home until he has finish ed that i pecchl Tlicro he goes again lie asks if you waut too see grass grow ing in the streets of our cities our fertile farms returned to the wilderness our families crowding the poor houssi until there is no loogcr room to receive another No I dont know ss I would but I guess Ill sorto work my way out Wait fifteen minutes ten five wait until he finishes There it is again He asks whether you ore a free man or a slave Ho wants to know if you have forgotten the patriotic prin- Â¬ ciples defended by the blood of your grandeires if you have forgotten tha sound of liberty bell I dent know as I have but I must go really I must Heor that hear that Ze says your country will bless you I cant say os to that replied tha moo as he crowded along but I am dead sure that tho old woman will if I dont get home iu time to put this codbsU to soak for break flut Great guns but do you prefer codfish to liberty exclaimed the other I dont know as I do but I git more of it And you will see this oountry ruined sao her go to destruction Id be tinder sorry to see her go down hill slowly observed the delin quent as hejraaohsd the door but if you bod a wife who could begin juiug at tea oclock and not loose a minute until daylight and then end up with a grand smash of crockery and a fit of hysterics youd kinder stand off as I do and let Ibis glorious old Republic squeeze through some mighty fiua Detroit Free Press knot holes Â¬ MY STOCK IS NOW FULL AND COMPLETE Dr J N Outten Office over Holcombes IN ALL DEPARTMENTS W Plmsmer JLABISS 3BESS 330SS Dress Trimmings c Dk DE1TTIST a m paekee f Hughleite at i I Â¬ Â¬ LADIES and IISSSS SH023 Attorneys at iawy a B Tyler L EANDLE t mi and Â¬ -- CS2J Water 3roof Flannels- and Dinseys SHAVIS Hew f Sexv SS Staple and 3ancrv Â¬ Heaso Oall as Examine foo3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sSjgSS3--ceptio- HICKMAN John JWBOGEES BOAT GSOCEEIES idPi E METHENY J Prors Â¬ O 111 HICKMAN A w Family Grocery and O jei Provision Store Props T KEETTUCKIT J UUL BOHMHtt W 5IESTELBRINK Family Groceries C 3R2aKaarx9 Â¬ If i Â¬ DBUGS AND HICKMAN Paints Oils MEDICINES and Dye Stuffs KENTUCKY - Â¬ ONDURANT REWRY Â¬ I mr llsi Agricultural Implements 1 9 Â¬ Â¬ Ilf- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ liWiK I SI2U8- - Â¬ - smm i Ir Â¬ HIOKMAN COUMIEE ifflsgm life M 3 THE PKMAN COURIER FRIDAY The Indictment Sensation fh COUNTRY lRODUCE ETC SHOE MAKER- BOOT AN D The Publio School opened on Mons day the 13th The attendance is tol PORK 4c FRUIT Apples 3 to 3 cents OUR enterprising friend J W Rogers SHOP North West corner of Moscow DRIED KSuSliott communications on public erably good as we expect to enroll Teaches 4 to 6 conts is now receiving a splendid lot of fresh ind Troy Avenues East Hickman Ky otvestione printed but not responsible 1 over one hundred names ore this is in 1FHEAT market active 90aSl2Sper bush Qreccries which he is offering for sale nt 1880 2r Satisfaction guarauteed for sent ixatata or expressions of corres the very lowest prices r may9 But we learn that many of the MEAL 50c from wagons print pondeuls estept where tto refuse to give patrons of our sehool are keeping their BEES 1PAX 20o per lb Ky Sept 9 1880 nuifcor HiCKiiis nameef dry childreu away on account of whooping HIDES green Oc dry salted 12c We take thlg method of announcing to flint loc Mr Dixoo a citizen of Hickman cough We thfok there is no danger WOOL 40a4Gc per lb tub washed un- the publio tTiiit wo have thoroughly tried IScotaud Siioe Sialics and tested and are now using tho Twin - died Tuesday night and wm buried Wed--- whatever We dont think there is HICKMAN KENTUCKY washed 22 to30 eta Spring Bed Sold by Fox Sims and we any pupil in school from whom the FEATHERS 35a40c per lb prime nettlay Ladies and Gents boots and hoc9 made cnvertjilly pronounce H the best as well In- Â¬ disease could bo taken If we thought TALLO IP Oa per lb to order and in tbo latest fashion as cheapest bed on the market A new jsnpply of CARPETS very It is BUTTER per lb visible patches put on wheib Ijist longer there was we should hare no hesitan POULTRY fresh 16c chickens 150 old clean noiseless elastic durable and is Spring loir at than when sewed AH I ask ir a trial We in every respect a comfortable bod cy ia sending such a one home imtno S200a225 per dozen Shop nezl door to CityBarhT 8hop 3t advice all who wiah to get the worth of J AMDERGS SUNS diatoVy We have inquired partiou EGGS lOo per dosen fb779 their money to buy the Xwln Spring Bod larly of all thechildien attending and BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels of Fox Tii Fulln grand jury which ad Sims S1G0 iron bound 160 Flour 45 requested all to notify those having the Mrs Jane Auberg Ijoarned lat Thursday returned 170 in Â¬ Mrs S L Buck Apple and Potato 35c Kraot and Pioklc H Â¬ wbooping coagh not to come ThereC Hugblelte Wilson ATyler dictments Instead of 70 as reported in last Stands 75c to 160 Cypress Kegs tron J JI Montgomery fore we respectfully request those who R T liouglass bound 10 gals 90c Oak 904 weeks Cdvrick RECEIVED BUTrERICKS are keeping their children away on HAS JUSTof latest Vail and Winter Tiie first load of neTr seed cotton 25cta Lower than the Lowest CROCEltrES- this account to hesitate no longer You Fashions and a large lot of BJnpies of I have no clerk btUgut lnr ttst week was bought by J know how important it ia that your BACON no store rent sides I2cts shoulders 9ots hams r and pay cash ezpensss Groceries and French English and German goods for all my children have a start with their class- Â¬ Arabfici Sens to bs ginned at Powell 14ct8 Ujntlemen are invited to call and ex- inereroro cm sell as cneap as the cheapsept20 Do not wait until tho other CHEESE 12al4c per pound mates Bros stw gin i est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone pupils have two weeks the start and COFFEE Rio 16ft20 per lb tar Floor 25 oenjs cheaper than the low SP3CALL and SEE the nice Ready l then expect your children to overtake CRACKERS 7a9c per lb t JOHN WITTING Hide Clotbinx al COAL OIL 20 per gallon them Those who have started seem CANDLES star loalGc per lb J AMBERGS SOS tf to begin their work with renewed zeal FLOUR Hickman Mills 5550 Best Whjsfcy DEALERS IX With a little encouragement from pa MOLASSES 40a 60c per bbl COcts per The best grades of whisky kept at rea- A number of Hickmanitet risked souftblp prioc by half barrel trous we hope to make the Public Cairo yesterday on tbe pleasant packet STOVES opisy J W KOULKS School a success We shall use LARD OIL 100 per gallon Hillmas to take a look at Barnumt mu Â¬ III- LARD 8ca lOoperlb Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work Monthly Reports Roll of Honor and GUNPOWDER seum and circus za- - zees ece 2 050 per keg Good workman CLOSE BUYERS and Repairing of material used employ-11Â¬ Quarterly Examination as incentives BLASTING POWDER 559 iter keg jy ed and the best Dates Ec winp Maohioo Depot Las We think it bet- SODA 5at per lb by the keg to good scholarship Steals all ISourH been reiaoTd to tbe bouse mezt door to ter to appeal to pride than to govern SUGAR browj Oo hard 12JiaMc Mr Marion Williams having bought S K Whites Clinton Street They are pupils by fear Let patrons aid us by SHOT per bag 225 VheRESTAURAKaTomerly kept by WarSTONEWARE lOper Ioing an extensive business ner Meaehatn reinacttnllv nnnonnRnit eucnuracing their children to bring TOBACCO manutaedgallonlb40aft6o per home good reports and by teaching SALT sack salt 1 50 utrpOO bar 10 the pubUo vfreA tbe establishment has W H Cooka will preach fer the Lsiffe Beer Saloon Desu overhauled and that the former pathem that it ir disgraceful to have a UV rel 11U IQ Christian cburch in Hickman next Sun trons and trav ellifeg public can be ac MILLERS old stand Clinton street poor report and we hope to excite such KTC day morning and craning SubjtcU What commodated at all hours at 25 cents a OYSTERS BOLOGNESAU a healthy pride in our school that we meal EgUcftlar Bparders accomodated xm- Aats 1680 to be Saved PIOSFEET CASTINGS 3a5o jrer lb Fruits Candy Yut can govern without punishment Roll IRON GSffiighm Market pricts paid for Poulbar size 2c per lb Iho Cheese Crackers eto specialties try Batter EggS VJeetableS c of Honor for the week Next Sandaj ssrvifies as usual at tf PLOW STEEL 6c per lb best of Cigars and Tobacco Mi sos Minnie Burch and Eddie PLOW STEEL WINGS 5Jc per lb E tbe Catholic cburch Subject of morning IRON AXLE8 5c per lb rloglaud icrmoa taken from the gospel of the day NAILS 376 rate rjLjt v iuz Vha lector on Genesis of At 788 p m HORSE SHOE NAILS 25o per lb Sale Teachers Christianity M 3A 20a25o STEEL vast liPlSS RETAIL DEALER The Fulton County Teachers Insti- Â¬ STEEL PLOWS 8al2Jc per lb It is reported that a joung lndy in tute ftill be held in the Publio School HUBS 125a225 per sett Grates county was driven from home be A Notica for the Ladies Knim building in Hickman November 1 PLOWS llertweck Baltzer KENTUCKY STREET e she persisted in joining a religious Steel Plows No 13000 Ko 2 700 There ha9 ever been a crv in this mar issu continuing about live daye constantly on hand for Lira No 3 850 No 4 900 denomination to which her parents ob- Â¬ KEEPS sale ket for FINE DRESS GOODS and TRIM Â¬ The Institute will be conducted by the Baltzejs patent one horsd Plow 000 erf f ject d Commissioner and Prof James II HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS tra plow moulds 30t each eottont MINGS The demand can now be supThankful for patronage heretofore ex- Â¬ Saunders and the night sessions will scrapers same BETTER STEIX tended him he solicits a eontinuance of Bro from various factories one Powell Wo propose selling the TWIN SPRING plied ir you will call at AMDERGS for be devoted to lectures and literary en tWD liorse horse plows 500a800 Laces Ties tertaiuments by the teachers of the 1YED At 3 so The springs are made your SILKS Embroideries plows G00al600 county ofpurtBteel Call and see us and save Gloves Hose All sold very low MANGELS BAKERY Every means will be takes to affordSUNDRIES just 1 50 instead of buying tbe common 2t J AMDERGS SONS the most favorable opportunities fur iron spring Bed at 00 We mean what review of studies and instruction in the BAGGING 10al2Jo per yard we sy ROPE machine 15a20e The Twin Bed Spring most approved method of teaohiug TIES 5a6c KJSTNER GARDNER The following citizens ef tbe county of Hickman Ky tf Christian have invested in territory on Teachers are earnestly requested to LEATHER kip skins 460a850 sole per FUESI5 lb 30 a 35c upper side Sl50a50Q SCickssm tavarcbants complain of the Browns Improved Spring Bed Bottom fa- bring their text books and uute book oils CoSe Qaie Laaaoiads Cider miliarly known as tbe Twin Spring Bed with them aud to take an active part PRINTS 5a7o per yard oertaetsc freight charges of the SL Louie and have gone and are goiog to points iu the proceedings of the Institute ICE GRBA1L ftf tni Mempiii picket ootepany The ceci designated It is required of every teacher in the Hardware Cutlery ftms Gordon Hanberry John Hanbery Lw plaial If one of long standing and ap ALL KINDS OF county who Lolds a certificate to attend pears irrecsediable except by directing renco Wuller John Barbee Jeff Oarrott the oatire cession of the Institute W C A Gano HenIS jovrMtdcto LeaieTtlle and Cincinnati i Jamas Cabaniss Burch UlcerGreen Polk- wheher lie PISTOLS actually engacd iu ry Geo iviilebrew Johu K C CANDIES CIGARS TOBAlCB NAILS aQd w id Vr- - t iCiua the titcol llio IuMitut CWUb Wolf aartrchant of Fulton tt inEer Hr Wa CASTINGS r Dick Peace J V rinH are DOt Newport lat weet to be Ur T D c TOOLS WIST1SG KAYSEB bets EJ II Cook Mart Bcales j Au s an imperative duty ol the Tied the bride being a young lady who Ira Ellis and Albert Under w Texas De Anderson Curg Cravens Lucieu Cra bd ooae from Frankfcrt on Ihe Main vens aud Henry Steel to Arkansas Ern comrunf ioner to revoke every certifi M TKE WOHLDI BEST cate extant in the county except those to particlpaka in the affair Her just fc qJ as eIkLh Jfe JhJsafibi est I Anderson to Colorado John S El- Â¬ held by teacher fifa tending the Injti gn p udc was Miss Jcsnt Epstein der and F M Gray to New Jersey It A tuto and such others aa have good go GRACES TIN COPPER AND SHEET- Baker Wm Cowcn Ben Rawlins and W It is par IRON WARE F Buckner to South Carolina befidef ten excuses for iion atleudnnce to twenty other voiuik men nbo ere sell ticularly rpquested of teachers to ure and KINDLING 50 conU a load 8 JOB WmiK done to ordr such as ing Fpringe in Kentucky for Messrs Lay their Irustecs to attend the IiiMitu S f M CO HICKMAN L Rohnp 2utleiing hpouling ke McCran lock as it i believed lhf iiun ol the u GO TO THE Headquarters for nil Kinds of School Mecsri Charles Nichols and Robert Sjs of the Gold Stove Clinton Street Mr Thomas Atkinson of Richmond betwt en teacher jnd nu it feli7 79 Hickman Ky Met eay are establishing a new restau Â¬ ludinna he Genoril Aceut of the 1aieil would be ohviitod and man Hooks and School Supplies u edt tee rant in the MeCutcbcn building Clinics toryoflothe Twin Bed who has sold terri iniproveiueots bb promoted by euri v the above part Sive rr rz khraya Onrea and nevar Disappoint etreet The house Lai heen completely this to say that if the pari ips who have in- the attendance of Trustees V OP All pi S renovated repainted and fixed in general vested in this Twin Bad territory will put trone of the free chool and all frienl The vorlda groat Pala ZteHsver Obeap qslck for Man and Baast specially or tbebutinesi It ia a neat into tbe business the entsrgy and atten of Education are cordially invited to and raliabla c tion to business that Mr Atkinson tar be to them affair Success pfsent B J CaIDWEIL ing his stay at Hopkinsvillc they caunot ErS t l M Leotcec at Usiok Crrr The ihiii ilorum isoney omoi iie invfsmeni MSD zjza taparo B2 Carb Soaa la may Jtev father Anastasius of Hickman is for thre is rarely if ever an article sold PITCHESCASTOBIAisxiot 87 eUcli Glrty wmte color it that cieets with Univei iil commeudatiuu Thursday the ltitb at 3 oclock a ji DKALSR IS I to lecture at Union City in anaoauce aiiDear wblte examined by It- Children grow fiit j does the Twin Bed Spiing frum thoie al raducah hJwin A narrun acedoyears Narcotic as VITI neir bnt a COBUAKISON the Cumberland Presbyterian Cliurch on who have bougit and are using ilif bsd dau Mothers like and hysi cnirsoiT BKAMJ Will liOW tA7X ani rhcr of Ed and Kate Warren Bur HAIXH3EK aeit Meidy and Tuesday nights en tbe aud 3thfrc are now Xtoza 1500 ii 2t0 of ied at Mrs Rate Mortis near this city clans recommend CASTORIA tbe dlHereace Eccentricities of Modern Thought ae to thc bds iu ute in Cbriuin coumy 1 oclock yesterday evening Death caun regulates tho Bowels cures Sea that jronr Soda ta to Mr Atkinson Li sold al he Slate in ed by a bum froLi coal oil 2 S should be 1 1 He is a ripe scholar and fFultouian Wind Colic allays Feverishness School aijd Misceljaijeous xvhtte aadPllBS rBabiae usedA Tor Christianity the United States except Wst Virginia link iust SI3IILAH SUCSTAHCm B 3 Our Toncessee Pennsylvania aud the New Engiand interesting speaker and destroys Worms ft A eimpla bat eTer9 Ual of the comrsistira Ky New Era States neighbors irrespective of denominations B Talae ol different bauds of Soda is to duiolTC 55 OISITUAEITC fcasert epoooful of each kind vtth boot a pint will enjoy an intellectual treat if tbey W m Died in Jordan Station Ky Sept 1st H 53 will oat to ktar him 1880 of membranous croup Geoboia Ions w 3 Commissioners Sale bo ihOTrn ailer tUicg tom twenty ritmUwi or little daughter of James C and Mollie S Wxmaecl I ft MRS ADDIE JONES has just returnFulton Circuit Court Kentucky eocner by tha isilky issuance of tbe aoletloa o 2 Six jtood agents with teams to sell the ed from St Louis where she has been Johnson- aged 3 years 1 month and 25 T D Barnes admr plaintiff ena me qantity ox Caatisff CocfeT Biatter t MiOCtwMSsJS NiP Qsaut7 o Twiu Spring Bed in Fulton county Good purchasing her stock of FALL MILLIN days Stationery Wall Paper Pic eordis to ftTd flr CrTtrr A Cn a Raj A nn1 Dmw 3 It wai our fortune to know her well t T D Barnes agannst ors df t J vages guaranteed KeTerences required ERY GOODS and respectfully announces 0 a5 oa cs Mi that their nans U oa the pttS8 and 70a hrs and 45 q that she is now opening one of the finest watch her in the cherished circle of borne FOX SIMS Afply to vtll get tho poroit end trhtttat mode Ttecjo -By virtue of a judgment and order of n selections of Fashionable Goods ever and daily view her budding intellect un- Â¬ otthiairitasoorTnilV ia pretansse to Banj Clinton Ky MptltMt tea ture Frames jZXi sale of tbe Fulten Circnlt Court-- rendered Powder eares tTenty ttzou lu cost TnrTutfiiTTiiiflTiruiuiwaaiiuuiUiu brought to this market 3 fold its beauties and we truly say of her at the September term thereof 1880 in the Sea one pound pookage fcr raloabh tnibtsao P The lemptrance mats meeting at the 3 v w tics and rud cartfaDx TO BUY YOUR But abovo oanse for lie sum of thirty fiw hun 3 she was an obedient lovely child Foohel Cuilerij Toys and Fancy Mefhodist Church Sunday night was If Yoa Read this It will Cost Von n and 00 100 J SHOW THIS TO YOUR EROCM G 1 Dollar she has passe 1 as a beautiful vision away dred and three rate of 6 per dollars perwith vrtTl attended and enthusiastic Captains an cent interest at the I have noticed several items during tho 5 Medicines Kadle and Tyler S N White and C last week about intrcducing coppers for her bright face her dear form Ho in tbe num from the 15th day of September Goods quit home of the dead and loving hearts 10W nntll prtia nnu - cuhib irereiu HugTtiete rTilsoa made speeches which sicall change I think Mr Editor if this are left to mourn her sad fate But hop gale proceed 1 c HOW REST0R3D KOW LOST FANCY TCILET ARTICLES t wall received On Monday night could be imprtssed upon tbe peoples as a rainbow encircles bcr tomb and rais- I shall door ia to offer for Ky at tie etnirt CLINTOh STREET HICKMAN KY nioKwan to the jig5i house a Circle ef Safety a now organization minds the poor man would be greatly es tbe weeping hearts on high Bereaved est bidder at pablio aucfisn 04 Mftbday FI17S P3EtTlIS JUST PUiaiSUED a new I ocUcft G edition of Us Cclvkhwells far minora was organized and eleven benefitted and save many a dollar a year ones look not on yonder mound as tbe the 11th day of Oclobsr SOAPS home of your loved one but lift your tear being county fttH O or Cslebratco E33AT on the rad in addition to the Royal Templars The poor laboring man is working hard dimmed eyea and see beyond the clouds p ranupon threabont PAINTS day a creait orsix twelve attd tiltal- without Spermalor for copies of my ATea Stdueed ical cure Seminal medicine ofluToItintary 2 Next Sunday evening jsreseqt joioed 5Send Weakness the following desATtwxl OILS every day to earn an honest living for his your darling lives a sainted spirit now teen months 5 Price ZM 0 Picttirt Frames Ohromos rbnea or a 4 tfclock another temperance mass family and every day if be or his wife her voice that ever made sweet mnsic in property to wit Ah of ibe toftih treat Losses Iinpolenoy Mental and DYE STUFFS Brackets Croquit Stto and Hose Balls for Seminal Incapacity Impedimenta to Mar- Â¬ your hearts is now attuned to notes of quarter of section 10 T I R i wrt tr-Pbysicl dieting will beheld at the Vane place 1878 goes to make purchases he pays more angel sweetness and help to swell the eept tbe north 19 acres of same Alo riage etc also Consumption Lpilepay money for the goods than they really cost grand glorious harmony of heaven Par- fifty acres lying In he north eas corner and fits induced by self indalgence or CIGA RS AND TOBACCO STAY I Why Because be caunot make the exact ents of dear little Georgie you will sadly of the north eaat quarter of jiaeiUn 1G c Sexual extravagance JLXD AI1EAU OF change miss from your midst ber sunny face her T 1 R 4 nest being1 all of loll Koa 5 Tbe celebrated author in tbi admir Â¬ Kisives Rtisors THE BEG1ILAR 1 was talking the other day lo a woman cheerful smile oft will you look on her and C in tho division f stiid lofcl namd ALL COMPETITION IN able Essay clearly demonstrates from A coming from town with a basket of pro- vacant seat and memory turn to tho past quarter among the heirs of Theophi Cairo Hickmau New Madrid thirty yetrs succe3ful practice that the visions to do her over Sunday aud asked and sih for the one that is gone But Barnes except six ncres off of tbe south alarming consequences of self abuse may c SEWINQ her what she bought and she told me the oh let her voice come and as a warning side of lot No 6 all lying In Vulton be radically cured without tbe dangerous following articles Oue head of cabbage voice whisper in your heart the young county Kentucky or sulliojent thereof to use of intornal medicine or tbe applica- Â¬ Jor be lowestprices call on 10 cents or two for 16 cents but my can pass away Let it be your aim to so produce the sums of msuejc so ordered Prescriptions Accurately Compounded tion of the knile pointing oat a modo of money was scarce and I look one one live that you will meet again your dear to be made For the purchase price tho CO STEAGALA cure at once simple certain and effectual pound of lard 15 cents though I could little Geargia in the happy home where purchaser with approved surely or seStore of by means of which every sufferor no mat Â¬ at tbo We would call tbe attention of the have got two pounds for 25 cents one- - alio now dwells Dear little Georgia the curities must execute bonds beiripg ter what his condition may be aiay euro himself cheapley privately aud raJicaUv- public to the advertisement of Mr II half peck of potatoes 10 cents I could language of my heart is Sleep on sweet legal interest from the day of tflle ly sleep freed from the sorrow we now Ey This Lecture flhould be in tho bm it Buchanan in this paper lie has just re- - yarJg of caic0 nt 0 CBntg gic pad 75 feel rest in peace while the sweet sad until paid and having the force nod Bidders will be pre effect of a judgment of every youth and dory mm in lha ln i tu red fiom Boston New York and other cents on aceount of havinc no copners to tones of autumns music sigh your requi pared to comply promptly wilB these Sent under sil in n Att envelope t AMBROSE Mastkh em and iho pure white snow of winter terras large clticf He has brought on a large make the change J NO A W1LSUN any addrSs yost petd on receipt of bix FOIt HESTORIHG G5AY HAIR TO IIS Now Mr Editor is tbi not wringing rests lightly on your grave fit mantle for postage Master Commissioner sep24 80 add well selected stock of goods suitable will cells or two cbLshv iaaip Tliia elegant pascenger the poor man whe Iiks to work hard for one so young and pure while spring NATUnAL Vj7A fTY AND COLOR ihe Mr Buchauau has by for every cent he earim and wouldnt it shall shod its vernal bloom above thy S for this section H arrive nt llickmin going steamer exery AddrcaeCOLVEitVSLL MRDICVL CO down dale Co namissi niK TiiPdday and Ibursday up Wednesday bii untiring efforts to please built up a jo right that the business men would head and summer blossom in its gorgeous 41 Ann St Nw York P O Pos libti It is a most agrecabloilrcssing which Fulton Circuit Court Kcittucly augJO and Friday tbe Is at ojico liariiliS3 uul effectual for Try large trade iu Kentucky Tennessee commence 1and makedoubt right and exact beauty around thy home while through W II Finoha admr plaintiff have no bnt soma busi nil Iho gorgeous stars of heaven look He is always on the alert change and Missouri It rcatoroe with TCser iii3 Uic hjir CO ness men will start and advertise that down as angel watchers over thy quiet against GTS O vEquitv CtARSFER tp kee that the interest of his patrons i they will make change with coppers to resting place tlie gloss and fruitless of youth failed W II Fiuchs bre and crs dft j E C R He guarautees the pri e customers or gray light aiul ml hair to a rich fully protected Reader you know it is to rrrTfrr rTnTTf TKTTMyrrJiTTTwih ijt Ti farTTTK BY virtue of a judgment nad ardor of sale DEAtCBS IK brown or Uep black as may he dcsii cd and quality of bis goods in all cases His your interest although it seems but of of the Fulton circuit court rendered at tbo importance it would make many a By It use thin hair is thickened and September term thereof 1880 in the nbpvo C clerks are gentlemanly and obliging small man happy and poor the money in roward to any I will K v Parties wishing lo purchase goods can in this way would amount in onosaved lo private pay the above Fulton county three cause for the sum of five hundred aud haldnffis of though not always cured who year citizens of two and 12 100 dollars 5532 Yi It checks falling of the hair immediyashlTely rely on getting first class goods such as to carry him through the hardest will induce the largest numher of tax Â¬ thirtyinterest nt he rata of six par cent with as cheap in this house as can be bought part of the winter and wouldnt this be payers on or before the 1st day of Jn per annum from the 12th day of Aaustf ately and causes a new growth in all -i He who induces the largest numnext cjsos whors the glands cro nut decayed 1679 until paid and S7S 40 costB herein is any lioue in the United Mates Call a blessing 1 think it would Yours very truly weak or otherwise ber shall rocoivo 2o 00 tho second larg I shall proceed to offer for salaat the tj ljiJc to brashy and examine his tine stock his agrteable est 15 00 and the third lareest 10 00 court house door in Hickmau Ky to ibe diseased hair it imparts itality and clerks nijl b pleased to show you the A man who wants a partner with The tCBt of said inducement shall be by highest bidder at Public Aucjjon qu atrensth and renders it pliable goods eaeh capital says thsre is money in bis bringing the tax payer to the sbariff and Monday the 11th day of Octobe r 1V80 a I 1ST see his or ncr receipt ouiaiueu or ity oclock v XJ XJ R or theronhoul btina oouuty hare now on hand tbe finest business The trouble is to get it out The Viuop cleanses the scalp cures Coughs CoWsSore Throat Brou payiag the money and for each recpt so court day upon a credit of four and oiafil COFF1XS MATRASSES anil prevents the formation of dandruff assortment of MENS and BOYS READY chitis Asthma Consumption 8 A woman living aloue in a cabiu in given or obtained a ticket will be given months the following describtd propariy and and by its cooling stimulating And All DIwbim of TBHO AT and ZTJGS MADE CLOTHING ever brought to this Hickman county caught fire while asleep lo the parly ontitled thereto with the lo wit The west portion of seo 20 T 1 name of ibe payer written thereon and R 2 west beginning soothing properties it heals most if not etaU a Fat op tn Qiutrt Slw BoUlen for Fm0j Use market Call and examine and we will and was so badly burned that she could signed by the alien IT which ticket shall thence lbO poms south at thecedar Carall of the humors and diseases peculiar to 5 3fS SclcntlfiMl rrepTBt ot Bilim Tain OusfciUIiea widow Hok GanJj Old lijs and otbsr tccic Tha FormnU She was found by some be kept by Ibe holders thereof until the oline Browns corner thence east SJ0 to the scarp keeping it cool clean aud gnaratriee saliifactiou in quality style notgetawcy H karaa to oar tU pjoldac k hUiilj comroeiiiia I one who brought her to the notice of tho 1st Monday iu January next and then poles to a black oak thence lioTiiilUO by thenj and toa analrai f oar ront protolaoat J AMBERGS SONS aofl under which conditions diseases and prices A MARlKRtlln Chxvea to on tb homlt Prot country officials who placed her in the presented to the sheriff at his office in poles to a stake hence vrept 90 poles tpj label of encr bottls It tswull kcorn to tiwtnmllcu impossible of tke scalp and hair are prafaulon that TOID KOOE and RYK vrCl iBcml taa alms house So says the Clinton Demo- Hickman and those three persons hold- 1110 ueginning containing W acm 4ua TJsc MarkclH fnflasnaa rratt ttlltf for CoacasOolda ConcmnpuonUroucliltu ing the ihrnc highest number of tickets known as the W II Finch place The In th tc alao hate Tnroat Waalc Lap so far this sea crat Cotton Tbe arrivals T WILL SELL MY HUMP P As a Dressing for Ladies Hair shall be paid in cah as abovo slated cPint aada adTaaad stae m APPJfnZERlt mat north 10 acres of said tract of land to be g B tH 2 5 BEVERAGE and aa V 3 rcssonldc lerirs is color- Â¬ B R Walker S F C en have been rather late the receipts LADIES Thp Vigor Is incompatible It sold subject o tie homestead rihi of tb dellnhtfnl toote forfaxOynaek Iapaaant totata milo outi nest ol ll wealc or daMUUted it tlvra toca agtinty and itmna to date about ten bales selling freely Plsase send me your addrcsj mil I will widow and infant uuiUrau of W less contains neither oil nor dye and to the vtna hmjan fntna -- ntWHVcn tl tovii of HiiLii m Finoh deceased or anfficieni Ihorsof imparts from 10 to 11 cents per lb At this sea mail you free E Butterick It VyivU xAVjiN by unpttoeiplol dal-will not soil while cambiic Cos cataFOUTY TV AND ON i by 11 D Salmon to produce Ihe sums of piqney sa of Tnkeu up as a stray rs who try lo naltnoff nwn jvn Roctanil Reln n eon of tbe year all cuttou claeres low logue illulraling all the new EuTopemi arly all no ler Itof hind an agrpcablc and lasting perfume and v H P O 5 place of oar TOIO ROCK ASD K YK wluch t 3 living about six miles norlh east of Hick dercd to bo made For Iho purchase middling to middling We look for larger and American Fashions tlie oaty nrJifiaul article u4 t comma hi- - 3 as an article for the tolkt it is economi- Â¬ man in Fulton county Ky 011 the IO1I1 price the purchaser with opproviai surety Jac OOVKKXilEXT STAB1K onoacQ tatlle X LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELL SORREL MARK rerits the coming week Loose cotton IAWKEXC2 A HAHTfX rroprlelturs Jos Allcs must bsar int one hands high blazeaged about 2 or securities interest execute bund day of cal and unsurpassed i its excellence 111 Madison Strv ft traltuio jooil Cistern and SlaWes loutist twariu face bslh ing legal from lha 160 ilh Avenue tJ cent CO PREPARED BY DR JC AYEB Orchard of selected fruit gioil Ganieu 5 hind feet rliitu having no brands or sale until paid mid hxving Ihe force Tlruk xUt CTokn ryAl uur tJroBi- - 9ar ItIt Thi grain has advanced and Louisville ICy Mr LOWER and LOWER Ali THir Wluo Mfi ihnut for It ppoi imu ku1 oiu 01 fver inning witv rractlcal ami Analytical Chcmlbta other marks and which is appraised at nnd effect of a judgmont Bidder ill be wc nnw quote choice white at M cents ttf prepared lo comply promptly with lbrt trrCnllilrcH ak jour Jluuimn for It week in your own town Term md the value of 30 00 Allkindsof Groceiics hame sides fco for Stork For terms ialv in the un r Lowell Mass No demand for 5gga G outfit free Address H Al Fronoli delivered iu Hickman C F I viill not bo jsipnel or termH JKO A WILSON s cheap a3 tho chenpeet f Ht lmit Witness my hand this Julr 211 18S SOU EV ALL UnUOtllSTS EVEKTWUEKE Jioiwrcv una tr iM inB K WALKiiR sen21 80 JOHN WITTiXG WiXll illiialliAl everjunert J W MAYES J P I C jyI50 3t Co Portland Maine Maatvr CummiToacr ye Ho iv unaerscia npU0 A ISOICOM IC focl by Lpcal Hems J II SAUNDERS Editor SEPT 24 1SS0 when it should have read one hundred and seventy Iheir work was sweeping em EBicltmim EuEilic Schools bracing Â¬ Courier stated leal woek that the Fulton grand jury returned seventy indictments Educational Department ffiowmcmal IIICKMA3 UOUKILR OrUCK Fridat Sept 21 I8SC 1 We nre authotized to announce W W TICE as a candidate to represent the pouple of the 1st Ky District in the next Congress of the United States ye TOlt CONGRESS Cincinnati Hickman rStrLouis goat nwl T71RIT3P -- Iwnute SCJIKOEIER FAHIONABLS IWJW lp all manner of violations of law and Inking in some in every part of the county The major part of the indict- Â¬ ments however wero for violtions of the local temperance laws These laws had been go generally violated that it was only a second thonght that reminded a citizon of the existence of euoh legal enactments The instructions of Judge Crossland and tbe rigid attention and earnestness of the new Commonwealths Attorney Thomas revived those laws in- Â¬ to very live matter Their enforcement eporated severely upon a few individuals and as a personal matter we can but sin Â¬ cerely regretthe hardship of the situa- Â¬ tion but Ithe court the attorney and grand jury had a sworn conscientious duty to discharge in the matter and right raithfully have they executed it There are many citizens who because they do not approve certain laws censure a judge and jury for their enforcement This is all wrong Upon the contrary good so ciety and good morals owe Ihem the high est nraise There is no safety for society except in the honest enforcement of the laws and officers who evade their duties are the worst enemies of society The remedy for those who oppose euch laws isylo be found only throughthe Legisla- Â¬ ture In the receni indictments it is said that some houses escaped scot free whieh were equally gnilty with thoae indicted This may be true but we cannot believe that the grand jury intentionally showed any partiality We are assured that es Â¬ capes were permitted only for the lack of We hope tbe excitement en- Â¬ evidence gendered may quiet down and no seriouB hurt result to any one These local temperance laws are upon us and however much citizens may differ as to thetr prac- Â¬ ticability they are law and must remain so until repealed Â¬ GTY ITEMS GRAND H T Fctlie Â¬ ji ai Â¬ After an absence of ten weeks in the Eastern markets we have opened a Stock in our different departments for the Merchant Tailor Â¬ j w ceiiM i co I D3ijSLisr at that surpasses anything ever offered in this market which we can sell to TINWARE Â¬ at prices that Â¬ I Â¬ BEFY COMPETITION Astonish the Natives Â¬ IIAKD-n-AK- We shall quote prices in a short time that lt Â¬ will Institute f rANa Our object is to do a rousing business and we have made every preparation to prevent Wm our being disappointed If and Livery Stable B Glummer Â¬ Good Goods C - t Low Prices and Polite Clerks CONFECTIONERY Â¬ are any object to you we would be pleased to have all call and satisfy yourselves that JIID 3 Â¬ C- o- tt I tfNUlfe MNlMEKi W Mean BuidnessI is Â¬ Dry Stove Wood roE I NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS -- q Â¬ Hickman Ky ler-roe-- Â¬ tr DRUG STORE Â¬ Â¬ C - Iil I OW8ILI WM FRBNZ era V Pn ros I It O PENlNG s in c- a Â¬ 5tf d - e 5t WV rS53 I Â¬ d e si a Drues Patent Â¬ nos JSat IB VS Â¬ CJIE TJ i GROCERIES Â¬ iJiaSiEfcSfeSSSSS lockct MCHINES Â¬ Ayers vigor 3UOH OOWGSLIi oners g S 1 Â¬ EISTNER -- 59 Reward ti lk Â¬ f-- Â¬ Â¬ If mr It rS I 1 JWE 31 F SV IT J SURE CURE CV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3W Q A I 1 Â¬ STR1YBD 1 11 m Â¬ s 11 - yersll I f W 1 - J pitinix j- - t 5 u2r3i 5rA A Tii- - lir N oV 3vi - s t BsFi ir tfFSf rfijj - fW J-- 4 OUE BEST REWARD FOBSTTHE Co N 0 March 15 1880 J io the Hop Bitters Mfo Co Gents I desire to express to yon my thanks for your wonderful Hop Bitters was troubled with dyspepsia for five years previous to commencing the use of your Hop Bitters some six months ago Aly cure has been wonderful I am pasÂ¬ tor of the First Methodist Church of this place and my whole congregation can testify to the great virtue of your bitters WrXSTOJT I Very Respectfully Bkt H Ferebee Hop BrrxKEs Co Pleas accept my grateful acknowl- Â¬ edgment for the Hop Bitters you were so kind to donate and which were such a benefit to us Yours very gratefully RocHEsTEB N Yf March 11 1880 Old TiADirs Gents I have taken not quite one bot- Â¬ tle of the Hop Bitters I was a feeble old man of seventy eight when I got it To day I am as active and feel as well asl did at thirty I see a great many that need such medicine D Botce Monboe Mich Sept 25 1875 Sirs I have been taking Hop Bitters for inflammation of the kidneys and blad Â¬ der it has done fer me what four doctors failed to da The effect of the bitters seemed like magic to me W Ii Cabteb Bbadfobd Pa May 8 1875 It has cured me of several diseases such as nervousness sickness at the Etomachmonthly troubles etc I have not seen a sick day in a year since I took Hop Bitters Several of my neighbors use them Mbs Fakstb Geeen ImmrnseSalcw Gentlemen No Bitters have had one half the sale here and given such uni Â¬ versal satisfaction as your Hop Bitters have We take pleasure in speaking for their welfare as every onowho tries them is well satisfied with their results Sev Â¬ eral such remarkable cures have been made with them here that there are a number of earnest workers in the Hop Bitters cause One person gained eleven pounds from taking only a few bottles Smith Ide Bat Crrr Mich Feb 3 1880 Hop Bitters Compaxt I think it my duty to send you a recommend for the benefit of any person wish Â¬ ing to knowwhether Hop Bitters are good or not I know they are good for general debility and indigestion strengthen the nervous system and make new life I recommend my patients to use them Â¬ Friendless Dklevax Wis Sept 24 1878 of the Home op the Evaxsvtlle Wis June 24 1879 of good among the sick and afflicted with most every kind of disease and as had been troubled for fifteen years with neu ralgia and all kinds of rheumatic com- Â¬ plaints and kidney trouble I took one bottle according to directions It at once did me a great deal of good and I used another bottle am an old man but am now as well as I can wish Thereare Beven or eight families in our place using Hop Bitters ns their family medicine and are so well satisfied with it they will not use any other One lady here had been bed ridden for years is well and doing hci work from the use of three bottles I heard in my neighborhood that your Hop Bitters was doing I A Pratt Treater of Chronic Diseases Suteriob Wis Jan 188a Dr such a great deal I IiEOKAED WhTTBECK Volrr fnun Ihe Pnw I take the opportunity to bear testimony to the efficacy of your Hop Bit- Â¬ ters Expecting to find them nauseous and bitter and composed of lad whisky we were agreeably surprised at their mild taste just like a cup of tea A Mrs Cressxrell and a Mrs Connor friends have likewise tried and pronounced them ihe best medicine they have ever taken for building up strength and toning up the system was troubled with costive uess headache and want of appetite The two former ailments are gone and the latter greatly improved have a yearly contract with a doctor to look after the health of myself ancl family but 1 need him not now S Gimjuxd Peoples Advocate Pittsburg Pa A Â¬ I I July 25 187 How to Pack Even in packing a trunk a little fore-thought and planning is necessary Col- Â¬ lect what is most important before you begin so that you may not leave out any necessary article Think over what you will be likely to need for a little care before you start may save you a great deal of inconvenience in the end And when von shut it for the last time do not leave the straps sticking out upon the outside Put your heavy things at the bottom packing them tightly so that they will not rattle about when the trunk is re- Â¬ versed Pnt the small articles in the tray Anything which will bo likely to lie scratched or defaced by robbing should be wrappedin a handkerchief and laid among soft things If you must carry anything breakable do it np care fnlly and put it in the center of the trunk packing clothing closely about it Bottles should have the corks tied in with fctrong twine Put them near articles which cannot be injured by the contents if a breaking occurs Tack on your trunk a card with your permanent ad- Â¬ dress This is useful if the trunk should happen to be lost In the traveling bag you can carry pins needles thread pen Â¬ cil and paper all necessary in travel iajr About Xournlng Speaking about the custom of wear- Â¬ ing mourning concerning which there are many conflicting opinions a writer Vliy mourning should be worn pays at all except at a funeral I do not under Â¬ stand A near and dear relative dies One may deeply regret the loss but as it is irreparable it is the part of wisdom tvhich seeks to make the best of every Â¬ thing to endeavor to forget it as soon as possible Why then wear for a lengthy time a garb that brings back its recollec- Â¬ tions A person who is ruined might with equal sense walk about for several months with an empty cash box affixed o his back A singular sort of Enoch Arden case is reported from Brooklyn In 18 11 Henry Phillips left his wife and two children for parts unknown Believing him to lie dead Mrs Phillips married Henry Wiggins living with him until her death in 1879 She died intestate leaving 30000 her son by Phillips and two children by Wiggins Her son Howard lw long been searching for Ids father and finally found him in the Wisconnin Soldiers Home They now claim tin Mroperjy but Wiggins charges fraud up m tliera Mr H Lulay Suffield Ohio writes Fifteen years my wife suffered with liv Â¬ er disease I paid an immense amount if money to the doctors but without any Iienefit to her iixl v fir i in use Hamburg Droiw since which time iiaieiiaa no occasion lor doctors Ohio riuviu SittuluxLtf Dally licyutcr John H Par is the largest 250 acres of yield S70000 this year Its owner is a near relativa of Cliarles Stewart Parnell M P We are going to do something we have never done lcfore and that is de lilxrately and unsolicited to puff n pat-oat medicine We want to say that wo iudoiM irfcoually all that is said of fit JaK1s OiL We liave tried it for rheu inatiMn and neuralgia and it has given PckKi Hun iuttaut relief The eacli orchard of nell in Troup county Ga in the world It covers land and will probably I VW Carljlcs Letter a Young Man Tho truthful genial temper manifested About Leeches They live from fifty to 100 years and in your letter cannot but increase the in- Â¬ aro sometimes even older than that terest I felt in you It will bo good Most of the leeches used by medical news in all time coming to learn that men of this country are brought from such a life as yours unfolds itself accord- Â¬ Northern and Northwestern Europe ing to promise and becomes in some where they abound in tho swamp lands tolerable degree what it is capable of be- Â¬ in great numbers They are imported ing Tho problem is your own to make to this country by Dr White who lives or to mar a great problem for you as in Rhode Island and who has great tho like is for every man born into this purging ponds where he prepares tho dis Â¬ world You have my entire sympathy in your gusting little creatures for tho market Cleveland dealers get their supplies from denunciation of tho explosive charac- Â¬ him and from wholesale houses in New ter It is frequent in these times and de- Â¬ York city There are two or three firms plorable wherever met with Explosions in this city who wholesale them Tney are ever wasteful woeful central fire sell dnring a single year to the small should not explode itself but lie silent drug stores and the physicians through- Â¬ far down at the center and make all good out the city not less than 2000 leeches fruits grow We cannot too often repeat Strength is seen not in They bring a price of about SI per to ourselves spasms but in stout bearing of burdens dozen and are easily and cheaply kept You can take comfort in the mean- Â¬ xii supply xne American leecn is iounu in parts of Mississippi and Pennsylvania while if you need it by the experience Â¬ a right heavy bur but for bleeding purposes are considered of alliswise men that thing wanted for a precisely the worthless the foreign or rather the den Grievous to bo Swedish leech being the best and conse- Â¬ young strong man bear it well you will quently the highest priced At Bordeaux borne but have been verily blessed find it ono day to I France is an immense piece of swamp wonld not says the have any money land where the leeches are captured by have in the million Here there are large num- Â¬ bravo Jean Paul myhis quaint way speaks He youth bers of aged and infirm horses and cattle had money insingular as it may seem to brought thither from the surronnding a truth there cities Tluse animals are driven into many the swamps tho leeches fasten them- Â¬ boThese young obscure years ought to incessantly employed in gaining selves on the beasts in great numbers knowing es- Â¬ the animals again reach dry land and knowledgeof of tilings worth souls forth heroic human pecially the leeches are gathered from their knowing and you may believe me tho bodies packed in rich black earth and apt to lo shipped to this country Not less than obscurer such years arc it is but yet tho better Books aro needed 20000 horses were engaged in this won Â¬ not many books a few well read An derful business during last year alone open true patient and valiant boul is The leech itself is a queer creiture It needed that is the ono thing needful taKes an entire year for it to digest a meal and if properly taken care of it WildT Pigeons Nests will live wonderfully long with nothing Ono nesting of wild pigeons is about to eat But they are very delicate nevertheless and are often afflicted with the same as another and the iirst nest diseases peculiar to the leech Among you come to like the million others in these afflictions is a fatal skin disease tlie vicinity When thaw migratory which often carries off largo numbers birds have mated decided whero to set- Â¬ tle and staked off their claim they prc liefore its ravages can be stopped cccd to construct about the slightest Cleveland Press nest that will hold an egg and a bird Three sticks and a feather constitute The Story Disproved about tho material according to one au Â¬ A leading oflicer in one of tho courts thority Tho feather is often wanting was charged with never going to but a few more bticks are generally add Â¬ bed sober Of course he indignantly ed The nest it placed in the crotch of denied the soft impeachment and ho a tree on two forked branches or anyÂ¬ gave the particulars of a particular night where elso in the tree where suitable Mipport can bo found in proof Wo quote his own words Cedar trees Soon after I got in led my wife said along the river ljottoms seem to be preÂ¬ Why husband whats the matter with ferred but when the nestings aro largo You actso strangely you There is beech and other trees are occupied to fifty or bixty nests nothing tho matter with me said I From nothing at all Im miro there is itro built in n tree and only ono cjrg is sai1 she you dont act natural at all laid in ciieh nest Shant I get up and get something for And she got up lighted tho can- Â¬ you Line dle and came to the bedside to look at me A young lady has n Sunday school shading the light with ono hand I class of rather bright boys averaging knew there was something about you between 7 and 9 years Recently sho re mill she why you are sober liuf quested each pupil to como on tho fol- Â¬ falo Keprcsa lowing Sunday with some passage of Scripturo bearing on love The lads Yes the dramatic stage is improving heeded the reodest and in turn recited naran isernnarut will bring witii Jier their verses bearing upon tliat popular from Paris twenty seven new dresses for topic such as Lovo your enemies the stage which will cost 75000 francs Little children lovo one another When Lydia Thompson camo to this etc Hie tcacner said to tlio boy whoso country she didnt bring two dollars turn camo last Well Robbie whitt is worth of stago dresses with her Sho your verse Rising ho responded didnt need em fiarab however will Song of Solomon ii 5 Stay mo look better in clothes Norriatown with flagons comfort mo with apples Jlcruld fori am sick ol love half-a-doz- Tho Old Bender Farm The surroundings of tho old Bender place have changed so Bince 1874 that one who was familiar with tho farm and household premises then would not recognize them now Instead of being situ- Â¬ ated at tho intersection of two highways the place where tho murderers lived is now near a remote country road The main road is nearly a mile distant from tho sto of the house Bender entered 160 acres of land Ho broke part of it Ho set out a fow apple trees near tho house After the family took their deÂ¬ parture tho farm lay idle till days and months became years Then a man named Si Yeaisel took possession of it and has since operated part of it A tract of about ten acres comprising tho old yard has never been touched by tho point of the plow since the day when the fugitives last tilled it Thero it lies overgrown with rank grass and weeds but surrounded by fields of grain On ac- Â¬ count of its uncultivated state tho land looks as if a visitation had been sent upon it Superstitious people will not go in that vicinity after darfc Colored people who live about Clierryvalo tell frightful stories about tho neglected spot and do not like to pass it even in daylight Itig a noticeable fact that no darkeys livo anywhere in tho Bender neighborhood In this case it seems as though the the-Â¬ ory of those who believe that noxious plants are a vegetable form of evil is verified Tho site of the stable is slightly elevated above the prairie On this spot there is so thick a growth the great stalks seem to radiate out from the top and sides of the elevation till there is not room enough for a snake to crawl be- Â¬ tween tho stems Upon tho place where stood tho dwelling tho weeds and sun- Â¬ flowers are not so thick They grow nrounda great hole that was once the death cavity into which victims were put through tho trap door in the floor The writer dismounted from his buggy and pushing aside the weeds that were as largo as cornstalks mado his way to tho edge of the hole Tho place makes The words of tho one feel shaky poet Those poisoned fields with rank luxuriance crowned where the dark scorpion gathers death around came vividly to the writers mind Into tho hole the sides have caved The cavity is still about five feet deep and seven feet Mosaics onco retangular The first authentic account to bo found wide byIts mouth the caving become has alreason of of any mosaic work in ancient Rome is now circular most In the yard south of tho given ns by Pliny wbo says that Sylla house and stables aro three gaping holes caused some stone laid work to bo which bodies have been dug Kan- Â¬ made and from his and other sources of fromCity Mail sas evidence we are justified in assuming the time of its introduction here to have been The Education of English Girls about eighty years B C This date corre- Â¬ English girls are taught or were in sponds with the destruction of Corinth when precious objects of all kinds were my time by a kind of system which carried to Rome and naturally created a tends to multiply accomplishments A certain wish in tho minds of weal thy Romans to rather than useful knowledge routine of teaching is gone through and possess mosaics as well as other luxurious embellishments A very learned Italian you come out of the school room with a writer has divided Roman mosaics into society varnish intended to do duty until four classes namely tesselated and sec marriage at which period custom allows tile applied to pavements generally fic- Â¬ you to dispense with surface accomplishtile and vermiculated or pictorial applied ments and devote yourself to all tho to walls and vaults Of these tho tesse- Â¬ realities of life mitigated as they aro On tho other hand lated is probably tho most ancient and for the consisted of small cubes of marble sel- the moral atmosphere of the English v M4UV V WW dom averaging more than three quarters IinmA V 1TiraKrm id BntinTinr in tliof nf ul V of an inch square worked by hand into nmunvm cuuuiuuu ui geiiurui vriris such geometrical figures as when com- Â¬ are less forward andmorerespectcd they bined would best compose a larger figure grow into women more slowly and ripen equally geometrical but of course more better they are physically stronger and intricate It is probable that the first therefore have simpler tastes and as to colors used were black and white The society they do not know what it means best samples of this tesselated work oc- Â¬ before at least the age of seventeen or cur at Pompeii and at the baths of eighteen American girls have certain Caracalla but very fine specimens have advantages however which custom de- Â¬ been found in this country The sectile nies young Englishwomen of good posi- Â¬ or sliced work was formed some say of tion they aro not forced by an unwritten the different slices of marble of which law to go into society and play their part figures and ornaments were made others in it wnilethe English girl has no choice hold that these slices were never em- The upper ten thousand mustmarryor ployed to imitate figures or any actual become blue stockings before the subject but produced their effect solely world agrees to let them alone A young through the shape color and vein of the married woman may if sho chooses marbles which were contrasted It is plead home duties as an excuse for a believed that no piece of fragment of quiet useful pleasant and studious life ancient sectile work imitating a subject uninterrupted by any but ihe necessary county civilities which aro not very of any kind has yet been found and if it had been so employed we must have had burdensome but young girls are not sup- Â¬ Parents examples at Pompeii where the student posed to have such duties find all varieties of mosaic pavement even when sick themselves are loth to may known to either Greek or Roman The let the chances of the London season pass most noble specimen of sectile work now by their daughters and depute any safe extant is the splendid pavement of the chaperon the nearest female relation if Pantheon at Rome where the principal possible to take theirgirlstoall the balls marbles are arranged each of great and parties The rudimentary education superficial extent of alternate round and furnished to women of the higher classes square slabs The building of the has perhaps something to do with the among Pantheon was finished about thirty years prevalence of fastness becomes a part of the base before the Christian era This kind of them while to others it work required the employment of costly of a real later self education the growth marbles and no remains of it have been of reading observation and thought discovered in any other country than in The Atlantic Italy Pottery Gazette to Aad Some of tbe Queer ThlnjjB They Aro Getting Up The latest wrinkle in gas meters is the patent of a Norfolk man a showing in dollars and cents the amount due for gas An automatic railroad switch signal has been patented by a Hartford hotel clerk It shows danger when a switch is displaced and will not right itself until the last of the indefinite number of switches to which it may be attached has been properly placed Clocks cannow be made self winding that is electric clock of the Copen hagen variety Louis Soenderberg the Dane in charge of them applies to them a mechanical contrivance which peri- Â¬ odically cuts off the stream of electric fluid from the battery and brings an electro magnet to bear upon the relax- Â¬ ing main spring in such a way as to re-Â¬ new its tension instantaneously A young New Yorker has patented what ho calls water skates The skate is an air vessel made of zinc and her- Â¬ metically sealed is about five feet in length ten inches broad and five inches deep with vertical sides and tapers off fore and aft or at the toe and heel like a steamboat On the deck or upper surface there is a socket into which the foot is set the opening being guarded by a rim of metal to keep the water from washing into the socket The bot Â¬ tom is fitted with a double gang of auto- Â¬ matic paddles one gang forward and the other aft with five blades in each gang The blades are set on swivels in a frame ten inches square that hangs vertically with the bottom of the skate As the skate is pushed forward through the water the blades are opened and offer no resistance but when the foot rests so as to begin a forward movement with the other foot the pressure back Â¬ ward closes the blades and gives a pur- Â¬ chase on the water that materially aids in propulsion Each skate weighs about eight pounds but in the water owing to its buoyancy it has no perceptible weight on the foot One day the inventor walked across the surface of the Har-Â¬ lem river on them the movement being a sort of gliding step in which the skate is not lifted out of tho water price-indicat- THEEnTEYTORS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All tho Particulars Thero is always something of a start Â¬ ling nature to furnish large headlines for the dailies and just now it is camp meetings In various parte of the conn try enormous out door religious meetings aro being held and they aro written up in tho most sensational manner by re-Â¬ porters for the great dailies and headed with black type half an inch high When the war was ended and peace had been declared wo wondered what the dailies woidd do for their startling headlines but there has alwayssccmed to bo enough Tho ontire country might be so quiet you could hear a pin drop and we are convinced it would make no difference to the great dailies They wonld appear as usual in tho morning with headlines in Ex-Â¬ big black typo which would read traordinary Quitudol Unearthly Tran- Â¬ quility Pervading tho Entire Universe The Ominous Silence Believed to Por- Â¬ tend a Coming Holocaust of Crimes Fires and Pestilence Opinions of Lead Â¬ ing Citizenp Interviewed by our Indefat- Â¬ Tho papers would igable Reporters then publish a whole page of special dis- Â¬ patches from their correspondents in all parts of tho country who were on the spot and were eye witnesses of the whole affair all going to show that nover in tho recollection of the oldest inhabitant was thero anything like it and people would rush in crowds to get a paper and stand aghast as they read tho horrifying intel- Â¬ ligence The Chicago Times which is an elastic paper publishing a little paper when there is but little news and a big paper when there is lots of news would como out with sixteen pages crowded full and have to leave ontjid vertisements Tho New York Jferalct would fairly shriek with tho intenso dull- Â¬ ness that pervaded the entire country and would immediately send out a scien- Â¬ tific expediton to discover the cause Let us suppose that the dullness continued for three days and at tho end of that time a man in Missouri should cut a dog in two The great sensational dailies would at once rise equal to the emergency and next morning woidd contain a full account of tho affair under tho same kind A Maudlin Atrocious of headlines Monster in Missouri Murders a Miserable Mongrel The Palo air Streaked with Pilgarlic A Vicious Mob Vowing Ven- Â¬ geance Diagram of tho Position Occu- Â¬ Tlaying the Dmmmer Young Bnmmclhans has just been dis- Â¬ charged by his employer oldTwoper cent The facts are as follows Bum melhans had just returned from a trip over the State His trip had been a very satisfactory ono to himself per- Â¬ haps but not so to his employer Ho had spent a great deal of money in bug Â¬ gy rides and ono thing and another and had taken very few orders When Bum melhans called in to see tho old man the latter was mad Ho said I dont pelievo you makes any ef- Â¬ fort to sell goots Ven I vash a drum- Â¬ mer I alvays sold goots to de merchants no matter ven dey dont vant any I mado do acquaintance von everybody How did you uso to manage to sell goods when you were a drummer I vill show you all about dat Schoostyou sits down in chairs You vas a country merchant I plays now do Sonic THE PENSION BUREAU Too Mnch Hey Mr Bently the Commissioner of Pen Â¬ sions has compiled some information on the Pension Bureau which illustrates ihe magnitude of tho pension system Ho says On the 30th of June last thero were 245000 pensioners Including the first payment to pensioners whoso cases were settled during tho fiscal year there was paid out for pensions 36000000 exclusive of arrears which amounted to S21000000 in addition So thero was paid out for pensions during the fiscal year 57000000 Tho regular pensions ind first payments to the new pensioners ill in the aggregate continue to in Â¬ crease until they shall have reached Idea of tho Enormous Business It Haa to Handle some goots Who aro you says Bummelhans looking up I travels for de Galveston firm of drummer All right said Bummelhans Ill bo a country merchant and Ill show you how they do Bummelhans pretended to bo writing at his desk and old Twopercent camo up from one side bowing and scraping Goot morning Cant I sell you Twopercent 1 that and to impress upon his em- Â¬ ployer the difficulties of drumming up trade Bummelhans kicked the old man four or five times pushed him up in a corner and choked him for a while and then told tho old gentleman who was speechless with bona fide rage If you ever come in here again Ill not leave a whole bone in your carcass Galves- Â¬ ton News Tlio King and tho Page A pleasant story is told of tho old King Frederick tho Great of Prussia Onco when ho rang his bell for his pago to como and wait on him thero was no anÂ¬ swer So ho went out into tho ante chambcr and there ho found his pago fast asleep The step of tho King does not waken him so soundly is ho asleep A letter sticking out of tho boys pocket catches tho Kings eye and hois curious enough to take it out and read it Not any moro honorable that for a King than for any one else But tho boy had no reason to be afraid or ashamed of the Kings curiosity for it was a letter from his poor mother thank- Â¬ ing him for sending her his wages and praying God to reward his kindness and You do do you So you travel for that infernal old thief do you Take Â¬ pied by the Puppy and his Murderer at the time of tho Tragedy with Accom- Â¬ panying Map of tho Surrounding Coun- Â¬ try From Our Own Correspondent But as we said it Special Dispatch is religious meetings that furnish tho leading sensation for tho great dailies now and wo have no doubt that crowds congregate around tho bulletin boards at tho newspaper offices blocking up tho sidewalk and street eager to learn tho very latest as each dispatch from divine service is received and handed out Let us bo thankful that wo livo in an age of newspapers Pecks Sun Champagne Champagne is a modern wine The sparkling beverage now so extensively known is a comparatively recent discov- Â¬ ery Its origin hardly dates beyond the eighteenth century and even in 1780 Meet and Chandon tho chief manufact- Â¬ urers whoso present annual sale amounts to over 150000 dozen thought it a bold venture to have made 6000 attention After reading it the King went softly back to his chamber took a bag of money and with the letter slipped it into the pocket of tho boy Again going to his chamber he rang the bell loud enough to arouse tho sleep- Â¬ er who immediately answered its sum- Â¬ mons You have been fast asleep 50000000 in amount and perhaps a greater sum Great as tho interest of tho pensioners whoso cases have already been settled has grown to be ihe inter- Â¬ ests of those persons who have unsettled claims represent a still greater sum and it is being daily increased by the new claims which are continually coming forward On the 30th of June last there were before the office awaiting settle- Â¬ ment 280000 claims for original army and navy pensions involving an averago first payment amounting to 1100 in each case or a total of 308000000 for tho first payment alone In addition there were 7000 unsettled claims for the War of 1812 and the Mexican and Indian wars Tho annual average of the pensions of all classes is 105 to each pension The whole number of persons decidedly interested in the pensions either as the actual recipients or claimants is 532000 Thcso figures represent the condition of affairs on the 30th of June last Since then new claims have been filed at an average rate of 150 per day The regu- Â¬ lar annually accruing pensions of the whole 532000 counting the claimants as already pensioners are 56000000 Tho annual pensions are sufficient to pay tho interest upon 1400000000 of bonds Add to this sum tho 308000000 arrears or first payments upon the pending claims and we find the enormous amount of 1708000000 standing as tho capital or representative of the pension interest as it was on the 30th of June last a sum nearly equal to the wholo public debt of tho nation The 532000 directly interested persons are distributed throughout tho country as nearly as can bo calculated about as follows In the States north of Mary Â¬ land and ihe Ohio and east of the Mis- Â¬ sissippi and Iowa Minnesota and Kan sas on tho West from 2000 to 8000 in each Congressional district In the Stitei of Maryland West Virginia Tennessee Kentucky Missouri and tho States on the Pacific coast with the Territories in proportion to population from 1000 to 1500 and from 300 to 500 in the Congressional districts of the Southern States Â¬ Â¬ leaned forward Is your name David Shaster Hey Is your name David Shaster repeated the court with all his voice Yes I suppose it is You are charged with being drunk Hey You are charged with being drunk Hey Drunk yelled Bijah withhis mouth close to the mans ear Whos drunk What Lavo got to do with anybodys being drunk Yon were drunk snouted the court Hey You were drunk yelled Bijah Bet you 5 replied the prisoner as ho went down for tho money The oflicer in tho case said ho found him lying under a shed drunk andasleep and the court replied Well I cant yell my head off to mako him understaad Ive busted my collar button and broken a suspender already and I shall let him go Prisoner you can go Hey You can skip Hey asked the court of a man nearly seven feet high who suddenly walked out on Bijahs arm Hey replied the prisoner as he Is your name David Shaster mm 954 i fflMH I CErhahIheqY v FOR RHEUMATISM Neuralgia Sciatica Lumbago Backache Soreness of the Chest Gout Quinsy Sore Throat Swell ings and Sprains Barns and Scalds General Bodily Pains Tooth Ear and Headache Frosted Bijah turned him aiound and run him out and shut tho door on him but he put his nose against the glass and shook tho door and called out Hey Ill see if I havent any rights Tire Rev J W Grubbs officiated at what was intended to bo a mock mar- Â¬ riage at Springfield Mo but afterward declared that tho knot was legal and made a formal record of tho certificate Tho couple were indignant at tliis action and had the clergyman prosecuted Ho was fined 25 for making a falso return but ho has appealed and for months the pair will not know whether pr not they are husband and wife Feet and Ears and all other Pains and Aches No Preparation on earth equal St JicOM On as a safe simple and cheap Extern It medj A trial entails lint tha ccmpratiTey trifling cmtlij of 50 Cents and eTery one nffarlng Tilth pain can haTS cheap and poeltite proof of its claims Directions In Ueren Xaagnageg BOLD BY ALL DBTJGGI3TS AHD DEALEBB tun A VOGELER IN MEmClHE Baltimore McLZrS A CO Vegetine Moro to Mo than Gold- Walfoli Mass March 7 190 Mk H RStktxxs I wish to Inform yoa nhil Veoetisx has done for m I hare been troubled with Erysipelas ITamor for raor than thirty yean in my limb and other parts of my body and hare been a great sufferer I commenced tak ine ioktisk one year aro last Angnst and can truly say it has done more for rae than any other medicine I eem to be perfectly free from this humor and can recommend It to every one Would not be without this medicine tis more to me than gold and I feel it will prore a bless Â¬ ing to others as it has to me Tours mesi respectfully Mes DAVID CLAEK CELLULOID EYE GLASSES Representing the Amber k Pne2 choitit elected Tortoiie ehll and The ligMnt handsomest and strongeat known Bold bj Opticians and Je velen Made lij SPESCEB O M CO 13 Maiden Lane Sew York To 3Inlco go PerSiy SSUISO OCK I ells it sicht io hoae heerem EetAl Other Family Scales wetghine 25 lb sSjT1TUVvVjc can not be bonsht for lesn than 5 A regular DOOJI for AGENTS ExrltiSiYt territorT riTin Trmt acd rapid sales surprise old AsraU Senil for particulars Domistic Scale Co W Mh St Cincinnati Family Scale Weighs accurately up to 23 lbs Its landAome appearance at Platform Sore Ears Catarrh lg BENTLEY M D says It has done more good than all Medical Treatment XsniuaxxT Osx j butreryfew erer get well from them this is owing ta Improper treatment only as they are readily curable tl properly treated This is no idle boast but a bet I bars proreu oxer and oxer again by my treatment Send for my little Bookru to all it will tell you all about these matters snd who I am My large Book 33 pages ocUto price 93 by mall Address DR C E SIIUE3IAKXR Aural Surgeon Many people are afflicted with these loathsome diseases Â¬ said tho well-to-d- o Â¬ U VU Â¬ as could bo and maintain his perpendicular When tho invalid w sis ready to como down Major Wolf did not feel equal to tho task f carrying her ho a powerful colored man a waiter in one of tho hotels was pressed into sen ice and in his arms tho lady was buruo down to tho King Frightened and confused tho poor boy pnt his hand into his pocket and what to find but a bag of money Ho took it out and looking up to tho King burst into tears What is the matter asked the King Ah sir cried the poor fellow throw- Â¬ ing himself on hiskneesbeforeFrederick bottles in tho year The royal monas- Â¬ know somebody is trying to ruin mo tery of St Peter in Hautvilliers gave nothing about this money which I hayo I to tho world a monk named Perignon just found in my pocket who was the original discoverer His said the King My young friend chief duty was to take chargo of the ex- Â¬ God takes different ways of helping us tensive vinoyards of tho monastery to Send the money to your mother Salute receive the eleventh barrel of all tho her for me and tell her I will take good wine mado in tho district and to mako caro of both her and you Christian Dom tho wine of the establishment Weekly Perignon born a taster and strength- Â¬ The Wrong Remedy ened by constant practice became so expert that when in the decline of life Barker read one day of a boy in Ottahe was blind no one of his holy breth- Â¬ wa who was being choked to death ren even with the aid of his eyes could with a peach stouo which had been compete with him as a judge of wine lodged in his throat being saved by Dom Perignon says an old chronicler Dectectivo OConnor who gave him a being blind toward the end of his life blow between tho shoulders thus forc- Â¬ ordered tho grapes of different vineyards ing the stone from the wind pipe His to be brought to him recognized each mind was still on tho story aa he went You must down town and just as ho reached the kind by the taste and said rnarry mix the wine of this grape with corner of Boylston and Tremont streets the other In the course of his wine he saw a reasonably good sized man mixings and experiments the worthy holding a half eaten peacb in his hand Dom discovered the effervescing wine and evidently choking Hero was whero now known as champagne The secret the Ottawa story camo in very pat and was however kept to himself and the Barker rushed up to save the mans life wine for the brotherhood sending how- Â¬ Drawing off he struck tho man a blow ever an occasional bottle to the King between tho shoulders that sent him ten Dom Perignon is said to have died in feet and following him Barker asked the full odor of sanctity gratefully re- Â¬ if the stono had como out In less than membered by his convivial and holy ten minutes from that time the would brethren and his name should be em- Â¬ be Good Samaritan was as well whipped balmed in the memory of everyone with- Â¬ a man as could have been found in n in the sound of a pop of the champagne Sabbath days journey Both eyes were bottle Among his other virtues heav Â¬ blackened two teeth were gone and his enly and terrestrial there is not only tho nose reposed not gracefully on his discovery of champagne but that of the left cheek Thero said tho stranger cork which ho was tho first to put in a satisfied sort of way that will into a bottle for before his time the teach you to let n man alone when he only stopper used was a bunch of flax feels bick at his stomach I gue3s and soaked in oil Barker says that the stranger was per- Â¬ fectly correct in his remark Boston Throwing tho Hatchet Globe In the fourteenth century the situa Â¬ Cora L V Richmond the spiritnal tion of public executioner to the city of Florence became vacant and as it was clairvoyant explains that tho spirit after clothed in external garments a place of considerable emolument thero death is notas earthly garments are but were three candidates A day was ap- Â¬ fashioned friends pointed for public display of their sev Â¬ affectionate gather spirits who aro in around and adjust tho eral abilities The first candidate with sympathy a knife cleverly separated tho head of raiment Garments are woven of atmos- Â¬ the victim from his shoulders He was pheric conditions and spiritual substances surrounding tlio individual outdone by the rapid stroke of the second whose glittering broadsword struck The Markets terror into tho hearts of the surrounding CINCINNATI Flour In moderate multitude The third and least prom- particularly fur the lower sgrader Fancydemand translated from the i elltm as being a safe and reliable remedy Arabic by Ueorge Sale Formerly published st 1273 a low as 4 SO and ranges up 10 5 73 ising held in his hand a short hatchet F iu Ij- ran mend it oeaotirol Si cents and 6type neat cloth bound edition price be bought at W 5001 75 rxlri is rtrongrr xt f3 71 All diseases of the Kidneys Liver Bladder and and when the victim was extended with 33 cents forpcetsge Catalogue of many 4 1 aipcrtlne at 2 8JQ3 15 and low iride Urinary Organs are cured by Hunts Bemedy standard works remarkably low in price with extra terms Ins head on the fatal block approached at t2 402 75 arring iaioily is easier at 5 2g Trial size 75 cents to club tree iy where too saw this adrertisement i him and in a low whisper inquired if ho 5 65 the litest ficurc forcaolre Mlnzxpota ityo haj iws rjscnssnr rnoune ouuciu j r T flour is Si 71 9J Utter fi iue lur -Are Yon Xot In Goort Health T swift runner and if ho could swim cbolcociiyfilm atnoitliwe urn thelicit cnolccwlnttr was a IT A and W 99 If the Liver is tho source of your trouble you t well On being answered in tho affirm- Â¬ red 37J8c N 2 winter red OCc piime mixed 1 I ative ho desired him to spring on his 96c 2and prime to choice amber 920OC Corn can nnd an absolute remedy in Da SaxfobdsÂ¬ OF WAMIIXGTOXXEIV JERSEY mixed shelled 41Ji No ycllnwaud whit- 15 Liviai IsvironATon the only vegetable catharfeet and cross tho river Tho execu46 Rve No 2 UOc OjK No 235c No tic vhich acts directly on the Liver Cures all Ujrlej BI CARB put on a fierce look swung mixed 2222Kc cample Due N 2 fall 5ge Bilious dipcascH For Book address Dn Sau tioner then by No 2 do 61 piimoprm lUy fobd 1G2 Broadway New York his weapon round his head but in Â¬ prime liraolby SI4yl5 Wh at and Stool Book and Mnsir boxed and shipped on SODA ie ixirk 1 lie Voltaic Belt o Jlarshnlf Mich- 8300 New Pianos 8193 to niooo stead of making it descend on the de- S6a7p r on oats straw sells at 4339 Miss stiar Before yon bur an instru ment be sure to see bis Mid ummer offer Illustrated voted creatures neck struck it with tlU 251G 5 Iird current make 7 85c Siuir Will send their Electro Voltaic Belts to the Is tbe best In the World It is absolutely pure It is t free Address DANIEL F BEATTY Washitnfnn N I Sliouldo cured liauu 124jJ12 Sii irNew great force into tho block Shouts of Oilcans raw Uu94c A whitezfa lOOlOKc afflicted upon 30 dayB trial See their adver best for Medanal Turposes It b the best for Bikin execration rose from tho crowd and tho granulatid llrtllic Colton Jlie tisement in litis headed On 30 Pay sad al Family Tses Sold by all Drugsists snd Grocers ON NEW Wt trembling wretch astonished at his State S3 YUKK 05 Flour bupcrliiia extradcni and Trial common icirwI 5WU Western PENNA SALT MANUF CO wonderful escape had nearly gained the and State S3 I 25 Wheat Ungraded wintir W v will PJlila nd cur Electro Voltalc Belts ana Veoetise Tho great success of the Vepe Electric Appliances upon trial for thirty days to oine OrW i tino as a cleanser and purifier of the blood is those opposite bank of tho river before any red 95cJl 07jf No 3 winter red Different sons 10c 10sonnandlistftr3cslamp miuivi irrnw xrouirw ana ihu of the Lirer Kidneysaiteatnoj a prrtonct bhown beyond a doubt by tho great numbers 100 steps were taken to pursue him He J A VILMV Paulboro NJ j nature Also Rheumatism la Tllo have taken it and received immediate re-Â¬ ralsis 4c A sure cure avarantetit orno pnr had scarcely however gone ten yards AMrs Vollalp ltf n r JlarstiaH jich new plan girin lief with such remarkable cures History an on dry land when tho executioner tak Â¬ 5656S tFaij mixed Western 4i4ic while Progress of the I nited Mates at a Olance Agentl - adsyat home easily made Costly Western 41llc New mess pork 15 5 lard JOK It TAHKy BO Fulton St X T wanted Oatnt free Address Taoi A Co Auzuata Maine Prevent crooked boots and blistered heels ing 6teady aim threw his hatchet with pilule Hitmn1 wishing to canrau fur the Lisesot A YAR AUEXrM and eipenses or lAiuio ivneai no s winter led fall by wearing Lyons Patent Heel Stiffcncrs to such effect that the body continued run Â¬ Agents Ontat Free Address r No Sfi 3 red O V1CKEKY Auzusta Maine ning some timo after tho head was off 91J491c 3V4Q37fc fall NogsiJic Giro No 2 mixed Oats Mork food and less medicine more of nour- - GARFIELD 2 2S429C HANCOCK 66 alirckin your own town Terms and Outfls From this rather improbable incident llyt S2a82Ia Itirlcy prime to fanev Nunhrrn inillllllll DUVUplU KBB Jk UlO UVUUILaUJl free tildreas II Ilsixsrr A CO Tortland Maine 7590c inlluctico of drugs is what our exhausted con- - i bhould write at once for Circulars snl terms of sgeucr to tho common phraso of throwing tho Lard pri Fop lG16c Fork new mes- go e steam t i - t FOKslILn Jt McMAMV Cincinnati 0 rTSt LueDig wncn no Minimum reiiuirt- n gam uoroit t l hatchet is said to bo derived IlIILA DELPHI A Flour WrMern uirniic jicrfccted tho composition of tho ilalt BitS2 7533 Wcurn extra 13J533 5I All Kye Hour EMPLOYMENT promptlr EXPENSES terprepared by Malt Bitters Co Wheat Western SI C5gil 75 BSQWc saJt SLOAN No 2 Ihcy Carried Her Up and Down Corn yellow neMcrn RM winter red SI 05J Jt Cluclnnsstl o Oats No 1 white 4I4aj42c No 2 mlxi7c Williofts Fever and Ajuo Tonic The old A lady recently applied for admission Mem pork flCQlG 50 SiutUd ham 12ijlA reliable remedy now tells at one dollar to the towerof the light house at Atlantic Lard prime Mpiiii 8 1JALTIMOKK Fiour Western superfine Jig City but wiis too weak to ascend tho 5 Weeru extra SIQ4 75 Western lamilr btau s The gallant kcecr who bears 3 41MJ5 75 Whiat No 2 Wrslirn wlnlir icil Original Is the Concentrated Ije and SI PERMANENTLY CURES M Reliable Family Soap Maker Directions Com f5JilQl tho inappropriate name of Major Wolf at rslern nnxl 5IJ 5I1 c i Jm accompany each Can for making Unit Oati while Wetlern 413 lie mixed Wiatrm II 4 once offered to carry her up 228 steps kw Soft and Toilet Soup quickly Ills KIDNEY DISEASES yjz Itye 95c Hay piimu In choicj lennsyj Ask jour grocer tor full weicht and strength the tower is 181 feet high Sho gladly Tama ami Maryland liuiolby 19 421 hlPOMlIKK snd lake no other LIVER COMPLAINTS IIUISjVULE Flour exlra l IKK13 25 extra accepted the offer and tho Major taking family S PENNA SALT MANUFACTURING CO 00 A I SI choicj her in his arms the start was made Tho lancy Ctfii 5J4 Wheat Ni C1111 5 Ol 752 whtc fcSc Constipation and Piles 25 woman weighed 175 pounds am when 55o No 2 mixed 4lo Oils No 2 while PETROLEUM TJ i nTT T1TT1 JELLY tho top was reached tho bearer of this 35c NoK52 mixed 31ciw Iljr No 2 Mo Hav 11 Grand Medal mm fl H I I lU H Silver Medal ikhs- iit uni prime ml alunihc CTliniilln Klff Sun burden was as nearly played out ihhI WONDERFUL ho Â¬ Â¬ Surprised to Death Keauinr rs Ml H BStitcts Boston Maii Sir I hare told daring rear Old John Morris aLittlo Rock negro quantity of your Vrorrrsr the pitbelieve in considerable and I all caaee it giren atisfaction In delicate hit upon the idea of Tanner anti bihous hasabout aerenteen Tears one case abenefitedyoung lady was by its tii e ef pills compounded as he declared accord- Â¬ Her parents informed me that mnch done her more good it had medical to a recipe obtained of the long than all thesubjected treatment to which eh had preri ing oualy been faster He sold some to a woman who Tours reepectfallr J BESTLET MD died soon after taking them John was arrested and taken to the court where M the following dialogue took place JaESTEYA C2 BflAmEBLiaD VS Loudly In Its Praise Where did you get the medicine you Toaosro Oar March 3 lf0 womangave the I made hit from Dear Bir Considering the short time that Viarrtsa drections sent ter mo by Dr Tanner has been before the publicherelt sells well as a blood for What aro its component parts fmrifier and nrsttroubles aninsfrom aslnggish or torpid a class Hits made onten roots from the groun loudly In its praise medicine J Oor customers speak WRIOHT A CO Cor Queen and Elizabeth Streets and leaves frum do trees Does ycr wanter buy a bottle Jedgo No sir The best la ths World for sal by ths I dont one chargo against you is a Berious What made your medicine St Paul Minneapolis Manitolia RR CO kill the woman Why Jedge de Three dollars per acr allowed the sei tier for break rKEPARED BY medicine didnt kill the oman What lar and caltlraUoa For particulars apply to killed her Why Jedge do oman D A McKIHLAY H R STEVENS Boston Mass died ob de surprise Yer see she had Lanil Comralsslonsr M PnnlMlnn been talon eberything in tho medical Hill market an hit didnt do her no good Vggetine is Sold by all Druggists The nt farm in Jirr Co Ill now offered at a bnr Ein272acrM at tjlu r rcreV A macaidceut farm Sho didn hab much confidence in my till to write for jption to PS MUSTACHE WHISKERS DontJOUSoOX A CO full dnEstate Agents Sew on III medicine and when she tuck hit an foun flfaW S V Heal DX fsia that hit went right ter wurk tearin at etWft M WW W I sVUall ros tsstlt the corners ob do biliousness hit sur- Â¬ - SHasUVrWyaassiiasvast prised do oman to death Yer cant hole THE a man for surprisin anybody to death Garmores Artificial Ear Drums Ef I como an tells you a good piece ob PERFECTLY RESTORR THE HEARING and perform the work of the Xntnral Dram news an yon falls dead do law cant Always in position bat Invisible to others All An cordin ter do hold me sponsible Conversation snd eren whispers heard distinctly Wi rsfsr to those oslng thsm snd for drseriptiT circular same stonomy if I gins woman a dose iiAIUlOKE EAR UUUM CO CINCINNATI O ob medicine and hit surprise her ter death de law cant put de clamps on The Justice is considering the me points of Johns argument but John is FOR CHILLS AND FEVER Etill in jail AJVID AT1I1 23XSXIaSXlS AGENTS WANTEDaM8Saria CXCStD BT The Work or the Thrifty Malarial Poisoning Send for Circular and foil information The world has always been divided OFTHE BLOOD SAFFORD ADAMS CO into two classes those who have saved 2SS and 200 Bowery y T A Warranted Cure and those who have spent the thrifty and extravagant The building of all tho houses tho mills the bridges and the arl tWTOa SAUt DT ill DSUOOIST ships and the accomplishment of all other great works which have rendered man civilized and happy have been done Puny Davis Pali by the savers the thrifty and those who IM RECOlHIENDED have wasted their resources have always Best In the world 8e that the name and trade mark Thytieiatu br Jfisnonarief by 3finutert by Mechan been their slaves It has been the law By ics bjXmitvilIosptlalt 11V EVEUYIIOfiY of nature that this should be so PAIN fAII I FR SOPA MKK CIIBEfor Throat t hills Tis true tis pity and pity tis tig true Diarrhoea Dysentery Cramps Cholera that too many Bennible people regard Coughs amfoUKoivel to nip la lot and Colds so indifferently TI0UETTE1BUSINESS Dr Bulls Cough Syrrlp curat Coughs and Colds and is only 25 PAIN Itll UUIl IS TILE BEST HEM fcjjY nil mill for Kick Headacheknown to Ihn onThis is the cheapest snd nnl r comofete and relish wo cents a bottle EUqnette and Business and Social Forms It tells how Ialn In the World dnties of life nark Palu In the Mile Bheumatlsns and to perform slltbe various all occasions snd how tosppear to the best adTanLige on Mrs Scott Siddons will begin her lienralcla AcentB Wanted tnd for circulars eontainius a ful description of the work and extra teims to Agents season under tho management of Mr UXQUESnOXABLY THE Address Natiosal Fususnisa Co Atlanta tia Harry Sargent in Toronto October 25 Its equal sarin nntr yet leen faatd Sellable Jf and of Providence B A W Brown MD I IJTor Stele by all 3IcdJctne Dealers says 1 have used Hunts Bemedy in my prac- Â¬ A eurloally to every one and a necessity Hiden a or Ills tice for the past 16 years and cheerfully recom- Â¬ J0 KOEAN OF MOHAMMED ory or Kellsrlon THE Feb 9 ISM 1RGAN - VEGETINE KU mm Wheat Lands Farm For Sale I RED RIVER VALLEY 2000000 Acres Cold saw LiasC -- TV SsXITrl BOY wtV HOPE DEAF 150 OUTFlf FEER Price SI 00 Hr Axle Grease Â¬ FRAZER NCYCL0PyDIAo E fc Best Liniment Made I The Koran d i - I I I n T r - Â¬ A Â¬ NATRONA 14 storT Morgans Â¬ Â¬ JJ 30 DAYS TRIAL 1 1 O HH S72iU UI1V4 777 1G r - i OaWNIFIED iuii iAiiiriii ia I 1 Xr- BiiamJaUfc3 UMintii ground tion of tho Colorudians Tliey maintain that the Jap changed tho Generals hats so deftly that the hitter often goes into a conversation with u soft hat on ami comes out with u silk ono on it having struck tlio Jap that tho occasion de Â¬ manded a change Gkn Grants little Jap exercises a special supervision over tho Generals ccfils and hats that excited the admira Â¬ Corn 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