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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 J iassgSsaMfeit i 5 - V -- lfmp fsapfsa r - -- - a BS PITH AND FOIST II OFFICE HICKMAN COURIER rUBUSHXD KTCST FRIDiT BV GEORGE WARREN HICKXAX KT HEINZE BUILDING CLINTON STREET THE HICKMAN COURIER The Oldest 3Vfc kg A orate singer Tho tea kettle A polb light man Tho lamplighter As A physiological fact it may be men- Â¬ tioned that negroes are not light-fingered Mi GEOKGB -- WAEKEN-Editor Vfci7niJciiu Mmifaa1 WstM Kcutucl9 FRIDAY OCTOBER 15 1880 The man who died in harness proba- Â¬ bly forgot to shuffle off hi mortal coil Whebe to go when short of money Go to work Strange to say when Ihe moquito is on the wing he is nlways at hum LEorrrOAS was one of the original deadheads He held the pass nt Ther- Â¬ mopylae Price oi Subscription S3 ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FtlLTQN COtJffttT KENltJCK my duty tb be a soldier then But American and Protestant as I am 1 should be an ingratti did not I beat tetjthrldrly to tile services of Catholic sisters id iilb hospital Oh the marcbi and od the field of hattle during those Ferfi bloycais They riurscd the sick They bathed the fever- Â¬ ish They fed the famishing They held the saving cooling draught to the hps of the scorched and thirsty They Boothed the dying and stole his cruel terrors frym death Heaved only Can reward their labels 6oinrahsurately and the tongue must have more than htimati inspiration which can acknowledge their sacri- Â¬ fices VOL says tho bell left fnlain 1 NO 3 T 5 and excitements of the strife thoy see more clearly than other men tho value of obedience lo laws and Uie duty ot sacrificing all things foj their countrys gOodi It was In Uli School that The Sage of TJtica Warns the Coun-Â¬ Wasbiigtdii learhea the grand duty of layiM uowh h w sword ahd retiring to private life when try Against What the He Ihe wbrid thought no would claim a crown as his reward This act so constantly referred to publicans Call Nation-Â¬ in other lands as Well as our own gave him his alism octtlh Increased cost oT transportation docs immortality not prevent their sale it adds to cost to the It was In the same school under tike influen Â¬ A Dissection ef ten Garfields Theo- Â¬ consumer The farmers and manufacturers of ces that in the hour of victory Jackson enrbtid the Horth have to compete with those who and restrained his BerV rpirit and submitted to make or raise tho same product In thn wnv-Injustice and indignity because It wsb imposed ries as to This Election and I kete which we reck to gain A small difference upon him by a legal tribunal of His Plans if He mine cobi oi carrying win prevent our grain If called 10 the Presidency should deem and provkrons from going abroach It my duty to resist with all my iwer any Should Win We find that mahy fair minded men receive attempt to the the terms nation and national with favor be Â¬ enectoruiBimpair or evadewhich fall force ahd cBnstitutiofi id every ar- cause they have vague ideas that they will give is me supreme Extracts f rem a Speech Denver t CUca N TJ more strength to the General Government and law i rauuu idu amenumeniScoU Hancock or tho land Wiitfdd Feixow Citizenb It must not be forgoU security to our Union We all seek lo make He who has learned to obey rightful author-Â¬ We all pray that our ten that this Government is no longer the simple onr Government strong ity has been taught the great icse which Union may stand forever But machinery it ms in the early days of the reÂ¬ error to suppose that the strengthit fa a fatalÂ¬ fits him tO exercise authority He who rever Â¬ of a Govpublic The bucolic age of America Is over ernment grows out of the amount and rrot IB6 ences the laws bfhl8 country is the right man to administer them He who has proved his beneficence of its power Theft is truth ih the devotion to its The interests the Government his to deal with interests the one tb whom we COmtnt U best which gov- - can most safely trust thoiswork Of guarding ahd are no longer those of a small number ot agri- ernsVacL That which rives the lanrest mui coliural communities with here and there a f ure of freedom rignts of conscience of j3ons J ijKXunation and go into this contest with the commercial town They are the internets of ana oi property mat government is tne mm luin mM we snau fcieyate him to the nearly 60000000 of people spread over an im- Â¬ most enduring which lifts up its citizens into a Position of President 6f these United Btates sense of the right and duties of their roritMlU mense surface with occupations pursuits and which trains them lo watch and gttanTthe pub Â¬ industries of endless variety and great magni Â¬ lic welfare which makes therh Bold free and GARFIELD ANO THE IRISH tude large cities with elements of population enterprising ahd imbues them with the proud scarcely known here in the early days and all feeling that government belongs to them and Sttnlb inferestinfr Reading for Irlsb they to government turn ottt eyes the producing aspirations and interest so not this system which Let usgives strength Amerltrin Voteria from thus pushing powerful and complicated in their and duration to the Of the Uen M it M Wallace- Of Chicago recently nature and so constantly appealing to the where all jurisdictions 6petisms hands of wbrld mon- Â¬ are in the delivered a fetirrihg campalgh Bpeech to the Government rightfully or wrongfully that the arch upheld by all the requirements of statesmanship demanded in ft treasures ahd its armies powers of the state Dcmocrale br Indianapolis He gave Kg this age are far different from those which sufÂ¬ reasons as a Union soldier for preferring Han- Â¬ The thrones which topple- in civilised Europe ficed a century aco are those which are overreaded by jurisdiction cock to Garfield ahd niadb niady tehlhg points These are not my words IT I had uttered The monarch who holds unlimited Bway over But the featUre of his Speech Was his denuncia- Â¬ the greatest empire who commands vast ar-Â¬ them it would be felt that I was wnlring a mies who claims control over the lives liber- Â¬ tion br Garfields hostility to Irish aspirations harsh charge against tho administration They are statements put forth by one of its officials ties and conscience Of men is the ohb Vno dares for liberty of Garfields bigotry toward the who rpekB from his experience as a member of not walk the striate of his capitaL Ho trembles Little Sisters of the Poor and of his niggardly the Caoinet aud as one who formerly had a for his life In the recesses of his palace Tnis opposition o placing tho late Gen Shields on seat in the Senate This declaration made by dread of assassination or revolution does not he pension list The feltowin i the poKioh Mr Schurz is official in character It will be so grow out of personal defects of character but Gen- - WallabOB speech relating lb lien Uar-viewed In other countries and will rejoice the from the principles of government which cOu nuu enemies or our Government while it mortifies stantlv brine him in collision trlth Ihb fcoH-- neiacomb mo irisn hovel 1 now to a feature 8f Ihe canvass tho American people science the aspirauonB and the interests of his the attempt bf the Republicans in their last Until within the past twenty years the Execu Â¬ subjects Ih marked cOhtrartwuh tlils we find tive tho Legislative the Judicial Departments another treat CntaSS that is fcoverrVed bv a desperate effort to win the friendship of a class have always honest tho womanv whosfe appearance in the streets Sve did not construction topower constitution capital b hailed with acclamations of of her bf people whom theyAmericans treated with seek to usurp by strained loyalty contempt the Irish definition They sought to carry out its spirlh and affection But her jurisdiction is divided The appeal of the radicalso the They did not summon crowds of men with with Parliament and shielded from prejudice to save them or they perish would be su- Â¬ schemes wk were rightfully or and passion by distribution ot powers It is premely impertinent with any candidate But wrongfully to get at tho public treasury by not true that aay power given to a government with Garfield no language can justly describe calling this a nation and teaching the false doc- - which brings it in conflict with any class of the the degree of insolence which the appeal im Â¬ trine that we should follow the usages of other Citizen or any section of its domain gives it plies and not tho constitutional law of our own QoY strength It was on account ot thi truth that Let US see what claim Garfield has Upon the eroment our enemies in Europe predicted at the ontset Irieh Mr Garneld was a IteBreBenUtive in that our Union could not stand because it had The leaders in the canvass on that side are to deal with territories so broad jdid interests CongtefeB ih 1867 During the first session of Ihejorlielh Congress tin 8th day bf March those that hold places ai Senators or as Cabinet so varied It has been tho rttarveldns wisdom 1867j the Hon Fernando the Wood of New York Mi visters or important positions under the pree which dfatrtbutedjuHBdlctioh betweeh different asked Unanimous Consent to offer a resolution enftadmituStrauon All of them in fact and in local departments that has earned it safety and of sympathy with tho Irish people Mr come term ask that then powers should be inÂ¬ or its exÂ¬ creased by taking from the people some of their mamphanlTy through the first century to keep it BroomalL a Republican objected Mr Wood istence Our great political duty Is then moved to suspend the rules and adopt tho home rignts Tbey say in effect give tts your Â¬ resolution Upon this question there were 104 rights of making laws for yourselves we can strong bv saving it from the exercise o jurisdiction which shall excite hostility toward it yeas and 11 nays take care of your interests better than you can Its strength must ever he in the affections of Ot these fourtecrhere were thirteen Repub- Â¬ Every demand for jurisdiction for the General upon tho Government is a demand for the surrender of our people Its duration wul depend to all and licans and of thepfj thirteen two are how ReÂ¬ will be beneficent publican candidates J one Of thtsrh IsJames A rights by tho people in their towns their fact that its actions Garfield Republican candidate or President hurtful to none counties or their States Jar Garfield openly lie other is Shelby M CUllOmj Republican cah expresses his satisftcUon and his desire ifhe is beg our Benublin friends to look at the I oidato for Governor or Illinois elected PresiAest that the Government should attitude or Mr Garfield with regard to tho cth have mora power than it had when Washington i read the resolution so that all fair minded slltution ahd see ir Is one that shows loyalty and Aifenu and Jefferson and Jackson filled tho to its provisions It Is ihe bond ot our Union men may judge whether or not any lover of Executive chair He says there has been a gain It is the charter of cur rights and liberties He liberty could consistently vote against it and and that there will be more by foroe of gravita Â¬ has en many occasions sworn to uphold it On whether or not any American Congressmen whb tion not by the popular will nor by changes in the 4th ot March next ho will as a Senator remembered the loyal sacrifices tif Irishmen ih the constitution in a regular way but that author from Ohio take a solemn oath to support its the Union arttvy the countrymen ahd comrades ity patronage and power will add to themselves of Sheridan Shields Corcoran and Mulligan provisions The Senate was organised to as will by their own weight increase and grow unfai sert and defend the letter Xhn its spirit Does should havo opposed it Najvmore stnke out they are up to the fuUmtasuro of his desire He the enndtirl Of MV finrfiMd nraird with Ihese Ireland and substitute Cuba Poland Zululand rejoices to see this done in a war against which oaths f He avoids the use of the titles it gives or any other struKcUmr ahd tippressed nation George Washington warned yonTn his farewell Ihe Government These were selected to show ahtyt and I alk What honest lover of liberty address rvhich was submitted to AieMndfcr II its character and obiecL He uuch in a marked Should vote against it The language of the Haunit3n and other statesmen wPore fce gave way words the f ramens of the Constllullon fr2 rcsolntion was this to the American pepK Resolved That this House extends its sym it jeeteaana snuns tporo luey seieciea vvnai pathy to the people of Ireland in their pending Another member tet the Cabinet Mr Sher Â¬ could be thought of a clergyman who should substitute for the grand clear tones of the btruggle for constitutional liberty If the des Â¬ man Secretary ot the Treasury takes a differ be allowed it view the state of affairs from that gtten Bible vague and unmeaning words which ob- Â¬ potic Governments in Europe shall in America to establish monarchical Institutions by his colleague Ho dwells upon the business scure the law of Christian life Yetinthisway vprotpenty of our country Overlooking the Mr Garfield treats the law which makes the life eo should the United State foster ahd prOrqote tho extension bf republican institutions in Euindustry of our peoplo the favorable seasons of our Union InviewothiseiTortstochangethe that have rewarded their labors with ample constitution by substituting construction for its ropeOath of office During the Fenian invasion of Canada a language you doubt If in his harvests tin demands for our products from other countries he claims for the administra Â¬ he swears for of at the constitution You won Â¬ number of prisoners were captured by the tion tho gratitude of our people for all their der what he seeks which is rebuked by the title British authorities Among them was a priest United States the Union the Rev Father McMahbn This priest probably Vfassings I have no unkindly feelings for of the What lead him to remembered the centuries of wrongs which his General Government Mr Sherman I regret that ho docs himself a country had suffered at the hands of the British wrong when he is ungrateful to God and unjust dwell upon the words Nation or ITation Government and sympathized with the inva Â¬ to the laborer of the land It was not the alism which are weak obscure and trivial G arfield looks at his interest sion But his purpose in accompanying the Ut- Â¬ statesmanship of the Cabinet but the states Â¬ Let us see ho w Mr and position Wo can give his ideas almost in ile army was to do a priests duty to minister manship of the plow blessed by a fruitful sea to the spiritual wants of his conntrvmrn With son that taves us our crowing weaitn aei Uls own words wnen ne communes mtn nimseu lam to be a Senator from Ohio for a view to secunns tho release ot this Irish the skill or the Treasury Department but oi I He says tncchanics and manufacturers that make the six years Hamilton was right when he said American clergyman ahd all the other prisoners tarings of our prosperity not the talk in Con- - that Senators should hold for life I am glad then held In Canada Bn tho ltlh day bt April cress but the loll of labor in all its varied that his opinions grow in favor He did not 1871 Ml-- KinseUa bf New York offered the fol- Â¬ lowing resolution and moved the suspension of fields In another respect he does himseir a like our constitution but said everything de wrong He does not warn our people ot the pended upon tho way it was construed Tliis the rules and its adoption heavy volume on my tablo called the civil iUt danger which the change ot seasons may make WnEREAB A conference is now being held tie docs not as ne snouia aamonisn mem mat I snows uie names ot more man iuwu men paiu between joint high commissioners representing t this time when money is abundant men from the treasury This does not include the the Government of the United States and that soldiers or sailors should throw off the burdens of debt and ex I am glad to see we are of Great Britain - and tricate themselves from positions of peril if gravitating towards more power Tho Senate Wheeeas Itisexpccted and desired that the false and of which I am a member gives most of these men times should change He teaches the their places directly or indirectly They depend several questions which keep up unkind feeling mischievous doctrine that Government policies countries tho people of and not honest toil and frugal care that the upon confirmation by us of the Presidents between settled through the respective sttch joint tho labors of schemes of the brain not the sweat ot tho nominations In view of this fact he usually shall be brow give competence to men Much has been sends in the names of those we want If he high commissioners and WnKnEAs The prolonged incarceration in eaid about the absurdity of fiat money How does not we throw them out While largo the prisons of the Dominion of Canada of permuch more absurd are Mr Sherman s teach Â¬ numbers ot those in the civil list are not acted neutrality laws is In this direction Mr upon by our body yet as a rule they hold underÂ¬ sons accused of violating the large number or ings oT fiat prosperity a source of irritation to athose we confirm so they all look to us for sup Sherman outstrips Denis Kearney thererorcAmerican citizens port If we can make the civil list up to 150 Jiesolted That the President of the United The points most conspicuous in the speeches 000 wo shall bo able to hold our places for States be respectfully requested to have the nd journals of-- the Republican party arc first life case of such persons presented before such Joint that this is a nation and next this election is a These plain words give you tho theories of high commission to the end that their release contest between the Northern and Southern Mr Garfield and his friends about thic election may be effected States in which a victorv will be a great gain and their plans for the future What thev to the former party We charge that the deÂ¬ James A Garfield objected to the suspension nunciations of tho South are used to mask their say and do showB you what they aim at Will Â¬ it not be wiso on the part of the great Republi- Â¬ of the rules and then voted against the resolu- Â¬ designs to get jurisdiction over all the Union tion directing the President to use his Influ und mainly over the interests and people of the can party to learn and think who will be the ence to secure the liberation ot a North as they are the most important and victors and who will be the victims it the have Tew poor men who had clergyman raricd that the term nation is selected beÂ¬ their own way in this election If they do not been in prison and a years And now Irish several do this they may fall into the trap set for the Americans cause it is a word of obscure and indefinite people and then we all shall feel that national- Â¬ Presidency ate asked to support him for the meaning and if it Is substituted for the legal proper title of Government it will enable ism is a curse and I come to another event in Mr Garfields ihem to make changes in its character hurtful Turn from Mr Garfields letter of acceptance Congressional life The Sundry Civil Appro- Â¬ to the rights of the people and disastrous to the to that of Gen Hancock Ho bows to the de-Â¬ priation bill of the first session ot the Forty prosperity of their business and industrial pur no accepts its teach- Â¬ third Congress was sent back from tho Senate crees ot the constitution buUs that the mischief it will create will not ings he is imbued with its faith ltd terms to to the House with certain amendments includ Â¬ bo for the remote future but thev are pressing him are sacred his earnestness shines out in ing one appropriating 25000 to tho LittleSis npon us now and will be felt in their full force The Little Sisters or the erery line and when he swears to support the tcrs or the Poor from this time on unless they are averted by constitution in its letter and spint we know ho Foor I need hardly say is an organization ot the results of the pending elections means to do so Those who formed it not only charitabl ladies whose lives are devoted to the It is marked and conspicuous fact in the chose fitting words to tell its meaning care ot the aged poor and who never inquire what is the creed of the poor or whether they political diocuesions of the past four years that but patriotism like religion nas its symbols the Republican leaders have sought to bring No flair which floats in the wmd of hea en tells have any creed or not Mr Garfield opposed into use the words nation and national i so much as ours of the history and character of the appropriation on tho flimsy ground that it was sectarian institution ism when speaking of our country These lue liocrnmem n reprcscmu lis binpeme calledfor a Garfields attention to theGen Butler Mr fact that have been heretofore used without any special call the States which fought the battle which significance as tcrmsgenerally applied to difgave us liberty and which crowned our glorious there was also an appropriation of 25000 terentoivisions or tne unman race into com Â¬ work by forming onr Union Tho States are which had received his sanction for tho Wom- Â¬ munities governed by some forms of law We numbered bv tho stars which ghttcr upon its ans Christian Association of Washington always find that the men who use the word blue field He who would strike one star from Mr Garfield replied that no woman not a who would blend or blur these sym Â¬ Catholic could be a corporator in this charity ftnd many like Senator Blaine love to call it a its place or bols so that they would tell only of obscure na- Â¬ managed by the Littlo Sisters of the Poor sovereign nation are in favor of a different construction of the constitution than has here- Â¬ tionalism has latent treason in his heart Gen Butler replied that no woman not a Prot Â¬ tofore prevailed Mr Garfield openly states estant could be a corporator in the Womans We are asked why we took a soldier for our this when he says that the views held by Mr Yet Mr Garfield per- Â¬ Chnstian Association To whom can we intrust it sisted in his opposition and voted against the standard bearer re- Â¬ Hamilton are growing in strength and he with more safety than to one who has had its joices that our Government is gravitating to appropriation notwithstanding it was defended deep and grand significance burnt into his very more power We find too that they favor the br such leading Repubhcans as Gen Butler being by tho fires of battle fields plans of the same distinguished statesmen of Mr Hoar of Massachusetts Mr John Cessna There is not a color upon its folds there is of Pennsylvania and Mr Parker of Missouri gaining jurisdiction by constructions put upon the words of the constitution As they do not a stripe upon its emblazonry there is not a I say that only tho most relentless fanatic tho not like at this moment to develop all their star upon its azure ground that has not been most intolerant bigot could have opposed ihis made sacred by him Tho appeal which drew particularly plans which would excite alarm tern especially when he favored an item giving and homes to at the North to mask their purposes and to turn battlehis fellow soldiers from their stars and the same snm at tho same time to another field was to rally round tho charity merely becau60 it was under the control attention by exciting passions and preju- Â¬ the divert dices they use the word as far as they can in stripes and to nphold the Union They will of ladies who worshiped the same God accord Â¬ never make our flag an unmeaning thing they ing to the rules of a different creed connection with sectional controversies so that Anil see to it that it remains a true emblem of it may be felt they only have in view tho I bay also that if James A Garfield had not the spint of our constitution By the peoples deserted his comrades on the field of battlo to Strength of the Union It is this idea which vote Gen Hancock will bear this standard on to to Congress at a time when even Rutherford gives their phrases a measure of faor with the So Hayes said that a man who left the army to victory in this contest as he has heretofore Republican party They also take great pains done on the bloody fields of battle ne has go to Congress ought to be scalped he would in their discussions to carry tho idea that na- Â¬ learned from it the grand purposes of tho con hao forgotten too creed of tho Little Sisters tionality means something favorable to the in Â¬ teachings ainiu all tho solemn Inc ctitntinn hv terests of the North We charge that the purÂ¬ sons of war by the inspirations of the battle of the Poor and all the other charitable bands of sisters who flitted over the battle fields to poses of the Republican leaders are m conflict field by the sad and solemn aspects of the blood- - minister to the maimed and the suffering Had with the constitution that they endanger the and tho dying groans of men when he remained to fight down the rebellion instead stained earth peace the order and tho safety of the Union the struggle has ended Ho has learned tho of coming home to talk it down in the safety Thev draw to the national Capitol hordes or great lessons of statesmanship not amid scenes and comfort which surrounded a seat in Con Â¬ men who have selfish and corrupt objects who gress lie could havo borno testimony to tho fact tempt officials to violate duty from motives of of party strife not in an atmosphereoftarnished plunder hv nersonal ambition or schemes that the sisters who do chanty never asked the ambition and greed for gold They impair the mmt but where Washington and Jackson learned tho wounded or tho dying what their creed was or If T rt A t ff DultlAfflB At a to Uieir country and of obedience whether or not they had any creed Had ho ourUmonbylawsramedbymen 71 ignorant of lesson of duty It is now charged waited on the battle field to do more than smell to its Ian s and constitution the subject upon which they act and by Icgisla- - Dy our opiioiients that wo are inconsistent when powder had he been shot down like llaucock had he incased his sword only we place a soldier at the head of the Govcrn constitution hut with its spirit and the genius surrendered ho enemy mMiL The Tironrietv of doinc tliis dctw niln when the political institutioiu both local and of all our would have faored this appropriation upon the character of the man and tho nature general will remember Grant was which ho lias been engaged as Grant did for j ou of the service upon fought only tho and It mnst not be thought that the changes The General who hasoccu engageu for victory or Presidentfought approved much appropriation wo may differ However iarfiuld oniy to pro- make in the character of a conquest or nas which men seek to or our Government by the use of the words na- - mote schemes of ambitionupongratify feelings of about Grants course at other times ho was a tho battle field soldier in tho hour of his countrys peril hate has been taucht tion and nationalism and by the constructions Grant then faced the danger of Lee on his which thev mean to put upon them relate only only lessons of force and violence But those who have dared the penis of war to free front aud kept facing the danger until Lee to the theory of politics that their influences Garfield was then facing the to gain for surrendered Â¬ country of oppression their are too uncertain and remote to be of immedito resist hos- Â¬ temptation of rotten paving fees and Credit ate concern They affect us now They not it an independent Government against resist- Â¬ Mobilkr shares and kept facing them until he only threaten but work disastrous results to the tile invasions or to uphold it I am not a I am not Irish commerce of our country lo the interests of the ance to its rightful authonty have their mind surrendered a Protestant am an fanners of the Western States and to the busi Â¬ filled with objects iustnicthc ennobling and Catholic noI boastfulAmerican and was a soldier spirit that I I sav in patriotic ness pi osptrity of the whole country We know Wth intellects quickened by til the dangtu during the war of the Rebellion It was simply that cheap transportation has led to the sale of HORATIO SEYMOUR pur turn products ih Europe ahd his Kited all Kinds of businesi from ths depression which a short time since Was felt by all pursuits The ability to gend what we make and raise to the markets of the world at cheap rates is of more importance to the iNurth than to lite SoulH Tire pwdnctB of the latter bSb a fcihd th t do not suffer froth bn WrilpeUtloii or other coun trrcs fcttrttpehiust have the cotton or the t It remairibd for the mail whb Med from the battlefield where they remainedj Wdebtaud what creed they pfdf eBscd who never asked the soldier his creed bcT ore tiler ministered to him It remained for the bigot in politics to vote jrablic money to a charitable bfganlza tion repre- Â¬ senting his creeVl ahd to refuse it to these faui ses of his countrys Soldiers bpcause their creed is not his 11 remained tor tllat runaway f rtim the battlefields arid that ungrateful biRbtln politics to ask the suffrages oi the 1 - nt I J pusig it 1 tf I - II 9t I 1 voters to make him President Htmnrlf thai a rrattawa lrl-iJlO i J Rrnr lin Tlftino at ifO the Fortv llfth Congress a few months if iAffpr facuoiiif IciansiniioTToiitTorhim before the draft bf brave old Jairiea SlileitJr I 7T5TifrrSf HSfeamo he did not think i that Plnor section wilLlBtisudate himSmhe will exeMe inrist statesman and soldier a mail wrJMfe Eaclc al sense enough to abstain iitK some distance uT with all their safe Â¬ laws of tho jjiir juu SsH -- lli ojj igiuB cm- milt r a long years 6f fidelity to his adopted country iijectoft he struck in from all frciw SgL as a die which he himself had cute theand guaranteeland without fear or favor did surr guards What didlm and ot bravery in her defense should have loadcortdi irin uie stake dications and went into camp For sev- Â¬ rick made all men forget where hb was bohi and The support he receives in the South rebukes Niver aworrud surr Not eral days he worked at some claims he say not silence geographical prejudices remember only the country and cause for The liability to be rushed into evil courses by if it does Why not Pat- Â¬ Not a word a word which he fought a bill was introduced in the his party associates has brought upon hinl And if tho North refused its favor to one of thought of locating if thoy panned out as Becauso he was out surr House authoKtuiK the rrcSldfcnl tit appoint thta much odluitt which He does not deserve in tho greatest ot its commanders the reproach he was led to believe from surface indi Â¬ rick thought you said you found Out hoary arid intrepid vetetatt a Brigadier General transactions of the Credit MObilicf Tho stock of ingratitude that would rest upon us might On the morning of the fifth cations did surr found him ottt in the United Stales army tin the retired llstj distributed by Dakca Ames was intended to in challenge unwelcome comparisons with our late his him day he started in the direction of with rank and pay from and aflet the tiassage flupuce the legislation Of Congress comiptty The North is not ungrateful adfcrsaricfc A man out West obtained a divorce ot the act It was then known that that hero He and the company who put it into his hands Gettysburg deserves tq name a President and Claim intending to be gone but a few or three wars the ex Supreme Court Judge of meant business and that business was bribery minutes and taking no weapon with him from his wife and married again within Hancock impersonates Gettysburg Illinois the only man who had ever represented except his hatchet which he had belted three days after the decree was granted Undoubtedly thbse members who took ft three States in the United States ScuatS rrtaJ krtomnv the riaturb of the thing wetegU u to him He had gone but a few rods An Irishman commenting on the mans fast approaching his ehd The bony hands dr its arid wholly unworthy to retain their Bedad he couldnt Jen Butterfleld for Hancock when he was somewhat startled to see be- Â¬ action remarked strctEhTng forth tb clutch the gnm spcctbF wej e seats out ucn Uarneid tnongit ns certainly fore him it bear The bear apparently have had much respict for his first wife A ifeir iTork un reporter met Gen the valorous frame that had defied foreign foe agreed to takb tho stock and did actually to be marrying again so soon after anddomestio traitor the once strong body take dividends upon it had no suspicion of its Batterfield and asked tittn if it tras truo paid no attention to him and he decided riddled with balls and scarred and seamed with connection with the Umon Pacine railroads to beat a hasty retreat Scarcely had he leavin her that he had come Ottt for Hancock wounds was not to hold together much longer or of the conflict which its possession might started on his backward march than the A Galvestok school teacher had a He had been stricken with paralysis To creatb between his private interests and his Yes sir it is bear started for him The gentleman great deal of trouble making a boy un Â¬ wounds and disease was added one mora mis- Â¬ public ddty He was as guiltless as the derstand his lesson Finally however And are yon fcolng to take the slump increased hb speed and so did Bruin fortune poverty On the bench a a Judge in child unborn of any dishonest meaning about the camp ahd bit thb inarch as a gfldler in tU8 the whole bus hees I believe this not merely There were no- trees convenient and it he succeeded and drawing a longbrcath for him halls bt public dcliberatM as a maker of his becaiigo Up tffld me so but because it is proba- Â¬ looked for a minute very dubious The he remarked to the boy If it wasnt may countrys laws he had beeh what all ages and ble id itself ahd cbrrobtiratbd by many circum- Â¬ prepared all nations have agreed is has been denied that you had said bear raised on its hind feet andwas noth- Â¬ for me youd be the greatest donkey on Gods noblest stances It he had stuck tb It hb tiould have for a friendly embrace There Galveston island work an honest man He had never robbed been credited by all men as implicitly as he was you were a Handdck tnarn ing for Campbell to dd but fight it out the enemy he conquered He had never de- Â¬ by me Fearing that his political fnends might hair was espied among the A Yes know it has But 1 told Sir spoiled the people who reposed their trust in influence him to depart from it I wroto be ftlld he awaited Mr Bears coming with Â¬ raven locks of a charming young lady him No bribe had stained tho hands that had seeching him to stand fast upon the defense he Conkling one day when vre were standhis hatchet ready for close work The she exclaimed Oh pray pull it out drawn a patriots sword No improper induce- Â¬ had made to me That he did not take this ad Â¬ ing on the iron pier that was going to bear reached him and they struck ments thinly disguised as lees pull it out ten more will come to had pro- Â¬ vice is the bitterest regret of his life But vote for Hancock and he said to me Campbell Btrnck tho the funeral raplied the one who made cured the exercise of his influence with heads the party would not let him take it The dont blame you never told anybody simultaneously or corrupt and corrupting combinations He accusation struck at the highest heads in the about that talk out it has got out and bear between the eyes with the hatchet Pluck it the unwelcome discovery never bought llo was he over presented with House and rJenatc They nad but one answer have no reason for wanting it kept a and the bear struck Campbell on the out nevertheless said tie dark haired whose ifttefcstsrcquircd and that was a positive denial of the fact that any stock ih cortiotatioUB head He remembers nothing more for damsel no consequence how many Conkling knows he said it legislation to be modified by Bis voice and stock had ever been taken by them and on secret some hours although it was evident line they expected Mri Ames to swear Gen Meades from his wounds that Bruin played come to the funeral provided they all his vote- ForalltheeereasOhabbwaspoorman that Jell Bntterfleld Was come in black thertt through Gem Garfield tot the benefit Chief oi Staff at the battle of GettysÂ¬ andbisrJOVertyjvasbxtreme ThebUltoplacehim with him for a second or two after he bn tho retired list would have furnished at a tif others and to his own great Injury united What he was quick at A clerk was burg and both he and Gen Hancock was down When he came to he found very small cost to his country comfort and seÂ¬ in making this false def ense Then witnesses were wounded OU tkat fielcL Gen But- Â¬ discharged - and asked the reason You curity for the very short period which his failed them and they were all convicted After that he was the only living occupant of i i terfleld was brought up with the New the field the bear lying some feet dis- u uw the report of the committee I wrote to Mr wounds would permit him to live and against jumiij You do mean m- said his employer that bill was recorded the vote of the soldier Blaine tho letter which has been extensively York city militia and in 1861 led the WwUhhiKWd lit onen Makin published and which was an effort to put Gen Twelfth regiment into the field who ran away from the battle fields to the poli Â¬ There The his way painfully to camp the journey justice responded the clerk ticians spoils of the Know Nothing who op- Â¬ Garfield back upon the true ground which he Sunday on which that regiment left this thing am not slow about of a few hundred yards occupying sev Â¬ is one like to hear you name posed the resolution sympathizing with tho ef Â¬ never ought to nave abandoned but it was too Gen it sneered forts Of the Irish pedfile tb obtain tor them- Â¬ litfe 1 regret sincerely that Gbru Garfield U a city will not be forgotten soon eral hours he doctored himself as well should Well said the clerk candidate 6r that he should be placed ih any Butterfleld fitwn foee to the position of selves Itt thtir own land thb Uberjythey fought could He was so badly injured the employer position which calls for criticism on his con- Â¬ Major General of Volunteers and for as he nobody can get tired as quick and died to secure fot us and Of the bigUt who that his only wish wat to die as soon as slowly voted to give public money to a religious organ Â¬ duct as a public man but I have said nothing gallant conduct on several fields of bat Â¬ possible The evening of the day suc- Â¬ as can ization of Protestants and withhold it from a that wul be new to him for in many forms at tle was subsequently advanced by de- Â¬ ceeding his encounter ne was found by a charitable organization bt Catholic women many times in sundry ways publicly and pri Tatelyi I have given this same construction of grees to Brigadier General in the regu- Â¬ couple of prospectors whose benevolence Was administered without They took care Why People Are so Short Lived ola acta and exhorted him to come out fcri lar army and Major General by brevet regard to creed James A Garfield downed of bim for several days and kindly as-Â¬ The Concord School of Philosophy If knew nothing at all about Gen sisted him back to the nearest camp having requested the assistance of tho his unworthy record by voting against the bill thb evil and corrupt fellowship which drags hiiri which would Have made comfortable and con- Â¬ dOwh while it pretends to elevate him Hancdck except his conduct at the bat- Â¬ Here they left him and for many days lime Kiln Club in solving the conun Â¬ tended the few remaining days bf aged brave said Gen Butter tle of Gettysburg ho was considered a3 good as dead drum of why the people of this age do honest noble pborandsickJames Shields For field that would be enough to cause He finally recovered sufficiently to stand not Jive as long as those of earliy days this r ellow cittzens make him President or the BtftiATjOOS me to Support hi as candidate for any a journey to this camp but it will be the matter was given to the Committee HE SOUTHERN United States office Y6d bspecially my Irish American fellow about next summer before he will be on Judiciary to investigate They now A Southern Congressman On the tte citizens you especially are harangued by dem enabled to prospect again express a readiness to report as follows as Final Worth cow It was always consistent toward you From suits of the War Dis committee had no trouble to find agogues to vole for him You know his record And Knulla Killing Snakes for a Living FafflOua PeafisjlTaak Orchard tilentv of reasons barin on the innuirv tvered at Stocton Ala J 807 to 1879 he never missed an opportunity to JExlraci fWfia Speech There resides at thisplace a celebrated TJTTIcaazitutjrBijanitd fDrXiJogcttsj i flolea Bobrnson -- has traveled 1000 In do fust place de tajeaam so high dafc scorn your rate and to pour out his contempt Quoting then the eloquent passage from hunter trapper and snake tamer by the miles to see a famous Pennsylvania j n0 man kin afford to lib over a hundred on your aspirations His record is before you He is married and orchard on the Juniata Biver in Juniata yars In olden days a man could tell The people of the United States abhor mtoer Hancocks letter of acceptance in which he name of John Geer During the lias a family of children ance no matter who may practice it The ex-Â¬ 144 miles from Philadelphia speaks of the Union as the main pillar in the his wife to git long away if she didnt ecutive functions dignified by tho elevated and a living by County little station called Thompson independence Mr Herbert winter months Geer earns please him In dis age he has to stick near a liberal spirit of a Washington shall never be edifice of our real hunting birds and trapping foxes bears if the by her an fight it out Dis has an indu disgraced by a Kndw Nothing and a bigot There says Mr Bobinson addd tht If re could Only get the masses of and other animals for which this region he North IhSsfe wh3 are honest voters and not is nfJteu His sthnfflefs are spent in traveler going west on the Pennsylvania ence to make him sicli for a chance to None ob dose ole Bailway will look out south and up the de evergreen shores office seekers to understand and know that catching rattlesnakes which afro very JUdge oh steep hillside he will see the main part chaps had a second shirt to his back an this is the sentiment that actuates us that tee numerous around Basket Geer knows of an ttfehard of 15000 peach trees none dreamed of puttin on style Look the war fully IhaUee recojnize Ihe results Tho Great Jurlstu Estimate of Uie support the constitutionof all its amendments where there ore several rattlesnakedeus 10000 quince trees and 9000 Siberian about you in dis aige an see de coat tails icith visits and Public Character of the Republican that tee protect and guard the rights these muchho frequently thoughthem with as crab apple trees And if he could stop gleeve buttons diamond pins an odder he was going and walk and ride through the orchard as gewgaws unconcern as of Candidate Ills Incapacity to Dis-Â¬ wnicn now aown a man s neaa He has a constitute so large a part of this on a whortleberry expedition tinguish the Polut AVlicro Fidelity frtedmen whoshoUld In de time of de did to day and find one dead or in sorrow to de grave dog that usually accompanies him to the add th8usands Of f otcs to to Party May Be Treachery t Colm alUhentf wb diseased tree ho wul find more than prophets dar was no means of scoptin liancock in November Bdt every vile mountain when On a rattlesnake hunt tryi Could although was told by Mr Taylor aroun de kentry an takin in de sights slander that ingenuity can invent and which by iong rJractice has acquired as the foreman that he did lose one tree in In dis aige orter a man has bin to Xew Jildge Jere S Black of Pennsylvania has malice dis- Â¬ can perpetrate is being great skill in dispatching tie reptiles as And how York Washington Chicago an a few the section where we were recently written a letter to Augustus Schell of tilled into the ears of the Northern the hunter and trapper lumself odder places he am up a stump for a many trees are thero in this section New York from which we make the following people John Sherman in a speech mado While hunting and trapping pays S5t thousand If a like result can be change of scenery an he natterly wonts at Cincinnati actually stooped so low as to tell copious extract the people of the Iforth that if the Democracy got Geer says he can make far more money found anywhere else on earth should to be pushin on tords de pearly gates The impulses of friendship and the duties or in power the South would claim pay for its by killing rattlesnakes and selling the like to be informed that might make Dis committee am ob de omnyun dat de fair political opposition alike require me to slaves I see that Porter candidate for Gov- Â¬ oil He always carries a crotched stick speak of Gen Garfield Intellectually he is ernor is repeating the same stuff in Indiana on When he comes upon a snake he care i another pilgrimage of 1000 miles to see modem man who reaches de aige of one first among the politicians of his party not the stump The idea is go preposterout that it it as have to see this the most healthy i hundred yars ought to bo perfectly satis the sharpest or strongest but the most gifted pae wy Understanding that any voter cotdd be fully places the crotch over the reptiles thrifty most promising young orchard fied to hand up his ticket to do conduc and best cultivated ills private life is stain Â¬ influenced by it but such men as Porter and neck just back of the head Then if have ever seen in all my extensive tor Ho gits more trottin horse more less and in everything Unconnected with poli Â¬ bherman would not condescend to use such ah he desires to keep the snake alive he re- Â¬ States and store clothes more alligator butes tics his behavior is regulated by principles of argument If they did not believe they could moves the poison by the aid of instru Â¬ journeys through the United Yet most of the land is unfit more picnics more ice cream on oys the soundest morality j but in pnblic affairs he make roten by it To valch a tote there is noth- Â¬ ments made for tho purpose But he Canada for any other cultivation and a consider- - ters an whateber else goes to make does not act upon hia convictions When ho ing that they would ubl shy- - This is a hard seldom keeps the snake alive but kills passes into thOdOmahiof politics his conscience Baying but I am justified lil it wheii inert of portion of the ground has never natur smile all ober in a gloomy them ahd has a regular process for ex- Â¬ able plowed because so steep and so full human dat little time dan Methusaler got loseB its grip ahd for his party he is willing to their intelligence resort to such arguments day in This been do any wrdng which will promote their interests Look at it Tho South contains scarcely more tracting the oil from their bodies in all his nine hundred yars ob life An oi stones ana ruoio m uju coitv Or play any card how f also soever which wdl than one third of the voting population of tho oil is very valuable and sells readily for reminded mo of some of the vineyards of well eber pray win them power This surrender or his moral Union The slaveholders tcere not a third of the one dollar per ounce It is said to have Vnllov it beinor often difficult The Secretary was instructed to pre- Â¬ and mental integrity is the condition upon Souern white people Since thefreedmen nave great Y I curative powers Geer says the PWonnt enough to maxe a gooai i which he holds high place in the affections of becoiiie voters ihe former slanholders are not loose pare a verbatim report and forward the to get dirt the party ho belongs to more than one eighth of our voters To pay present has been an exceedingly good bedfor the roots The orchard is owned same to Concord together with the hope Treachery to his country is fidelity lo his tac- Â¬ this one eighth of our people ice tcould have to year for snakes and that ho has killed Connecticut Biver that the school and the club would work with nearly a hundred during the past three by H Bradford a Unto in the last fifteen years he tion It at any saddle the other seven eighths of our people A few years ago the tract con- Â¬ together in the greatest harmony during had given way to his own sense of right sup- Â¬ a debt of one hundreil and fifty billions of dollars months Ho claims that he can moke a Yankee evening period Detroit Free came into Mr Brad Â¬ 440 H ported the constitution and Iavrs in a spirit of if if Itere xrparakdfiom the Aorth by a good living at the snake business He is taininghands acres the false representa- Â¬ the long pure Justice refused to defile himself with elec- Â¬ gulfsotcide and deep that the lightning of the upon fords not afraid of the reptiles and asserts tion that it contained valuable veins of Press tion frauds withheld countenance from execu- Â¬ telegraph could net leap it we could not pass suoh that ho Can cure their bites without fail iron ore He bougnt it unseen tive corruption or denounced the forcible in-Â¬ a law Fellow citizens this is a Demo An Antediluvian Bhinoceros When stallment of thieves in state offices he would cratic district Xew York Times I am the Democratic German archteolocists have been ex seen it was found to yield no workable acceptable to the have converted himself into a Democrat and nominee I believe I am ore and only a small tract of farm land ceptionally lucky in turning up old- party hut if 1 should seriously announce to tha been expelled from the communion of the anti 1 J1 I w vll n vulisa TnA She Was Strictly Temperate The people that was in favor of taxing the voters with a few common farm buildings constitutional party This moral prostitution do prehistoric ages Schleswig Holstein only What shall to bad political purposes is far from being un- Â¬ who trere tievcr slaveholders to pay those who thundered an impassioned question then was Why common Men naturally good havo yielded to were could not be electeiL Jcdubinot carry a orator at a temperance mass meeting with it That question has been an- Â¬ the other day afforded a copious yield of in all times and in all countries where there county in the district There is not a district it in in only one year in twelve short swered in the splendid orchard on the antique armor huge and uncouth weap- Â¬ any such is a party unprincipled enough to demand it the South that could bo carried on announ Â¬ months the people of tho United States ground The first section of peach trees ons of war and mighty carved drinking platform When then Mr Sherman and strong enough to reward it But Gen ces that there is danger that the former slave Â¬ drank 27867915 gallons of beer and was planted in 1875 nd on July 21 of horns and now we leam from Madge Garfields public career furnishes more striking the whole How much this year when Mr Robinson visited burg that the eminent physiologist examples of it than the history of any individ- Â¬ holders of the South will mako fifty billions 7853291 gallons of whisky United States pay one hundred and ual I have known Let mo give you a case of that hideous aggregate did you drink the orchard tha first full crop of peaches Leo Baltzer who has for some time past of dollars foi liberated slaves well my friends been carrying on excavations in the After the war at a time of perfect peace in I will only say he knows better ho shrieked glaring around at the re- Â¬ was beinxr cathjietL has just the State ot Indiana where no war had ever neighborhood of Nordhansen spectable vice presidents on the platform been certain military officers being instructed made a highly interesting discovery in impressive pause that followed Married Womans Bights in Mississippi Another slander he indulges in ii that if from Washington that they were above the civil Democracy is successful we will endeavor to And in the The new codein Mississippi going into the alluvial stratum of the Steigerthal tho corresponding secretary arose and authorities had kidnapped and weie about to pepUonfederaU- - soldiers tor the Confederate said that with the exception of the tonic effect NovPEnjSFT 1880 has cut up by close to the foot of Schellenberg There kill three citizens for no offense defined bylaw war Gentlemen I was a Confederate I bear and without the pretense of a trial by jury If drops she was compelled to take before tho roots all tie ancient disabilities of at the depth of about six feet below the in fighting under this could be done there was manifestly no se- Â¬ on my person scars received to no man in love breakfast jmd the anti malarial bitters married women and they are now free surface of the valley he came upon the the Southern cross I yield curity for life or property Plainly it could not of an antediluvian for my dead comrades or in sympathy for the tlinf j uu Tlr Ttilna nrocoriKorl fnr Tioi anil a ana equaljxin every respect to uieir uus- - entire skeleton excellent state of pres- Â¬ bo dono without a fiat violation of tho constitu- Â¬ living heroes of that Confederacy Yet it never little pale ale for her digestion and a pint oanas is uie mosp rauicai legislation rhinoceros in an tion which in express terms forbade it But came into my mind in tlie wildest fliglUs of my ervation The height of the enormous of beer at night which she couldnt close yet had upon the subject tho men who then ruled with a rod of iron in imagination nor aid it ever cross yourt vuu Sectiox 1167 The common law as to the beast when living must have exceeded sisted upon it and we could not bo sure that the Government of the United States or any an eye in sleep without it and maybe an the Judges State and national might not bo oilier government could afford to pension occasional drop of brandy for the I disabilities of married women its effect on the that of the tallest guardsman in our 0I subdued by their influence Tho hearing of the soldUrs for fighting against it It is equally neuralogy she had not tasted a drop of j and his bulk HS Household Brigade j shall not be JS to impose cause before the Snpremo Court was a great untrue that wo could or would embarrass Biiinriinl or iprvpntiinns hmiuli Rinr shn I cated or incapacity on a woman as to could scarcely havo been less than that any crisis in tho history of our country There was the Government with clainiB for quartermas- Â¬ elephant Tho a place in tne argument wnicn nobody ters stores taken during the war All that joined the society And a great hush the ownership acquisition or disposition of of the average African hind legs spinal column ribs sort or to fill so well as Gen Garfield and I brought could class of claims like slavery and secession were fell upon the meeting like the voice of a property of any and do as acts her capacity to fore and in reference to and collar bone are perfect all Some de- Â¬ him to help ns in thiB desperate extremity settled by the war All ice ask is the right of man who has just been asked for the loan make contracts she could lawfully do if she was terioration has accrued to the skull property which to rescue American liberty from the utter de- Â¬ local We dont want to con Â¬ of ten dollars Uurlinaton Jfawkcve nuiium uuv uuurieu ur through the fact that it was several feet not mameu uui He trol the domsetio affairs of Indiana They know struction with which it was threatened hereafter to be married shall hate the same ca- Â¬ responded with noblo alacrity and made a how to govern themselves in these matters bet Â¬ Astronomical nearer the surface than were the ex- Â¬ pacity to acquire hold manage control use great argument in which ho proved not only ter than we do and wo know how to control our and consequently suffered Young Mr Latehours was sitting on enjoy and dispose of all property real and tremities continued existence but tho inestimable We want the domestic affairs better than they do personal in possession or expectance and to He demonstrated value of the constitution girl make any contract in reference to it and to bind from tho iufiitration of rain water How- Â¬ a fair sharo in the blessings of honest govern- Â¬ the porch watching a that the right of trial by jury at all times and ment We demand to be admitted to a full and trying to keep awake long enough to see ever the jaws and twenty eight of the personally and to sue and be sued all places was indestructible and that any officer free participation in its benefits as equals and tho morning star rise They talked as- Â¬ herself the rights and liabilities incident there- Â¬ teeth are quite uninjured Dr Baltzer with all civil- or nulitary would violate his oath if he to we do not expect the Government is at present busily engaged in setting tronomy attempted to put the military above the civil enrich its people Iwishlwasastarhe said to as it she was not married for tho Government smiling at his own poetic fancy Sea 1168 Husband and wife may sue up the huge skeleton which ho intends He affirmed the whole Democratic has nothing but what it takes from the people authority and shorcd it But I cannot waste timo in answering Sher- Â¬ would rather vou were a comet doctrine on the subject as soon as his task shall be completed she each other Sec 1169 A married woman may dispose to prebent to tho High School of Madge to be incontestibly right His sincerity was mans slanders here before this audience I baid dreamilv His heart beat tumult- - i estate real and personal by last will and of her for like the rest of ns ho en- Â¬ only wish the people who listened to him wero undoubted And why he asked tender- Â¬ testament in the Bame manner as if she was burg London Tclenraph gaged in tho causo as a labor of love without dovvn here to liBten to mo and to shako you by uously except the thanks of tnie the hands and talk to you Then they would ly at the same time taking her unresist- Â¬ not married fee or any reward Sec 1170 Dower and courtesy as here- Â¬ men Such wcio his tnie convictions But find out how the peoplo of the South aro slan Â¬ ing little hands in his own and why The Wool Crop when he came todeal with the same subject in dered and thev would spurn their deceivers he repeated imperiously Oh she tofore known arc abolished The wool clip of the world has in- Â¬ sections conform the general his political capacity he surrendered everything and in November next thoy would said with a brooding earnestness that Other from them to his party He voted for a military despotism riso in their might and rtbuko by an over Â¬ fell Husband creased five times since 1830 when it upon his soul like a bare foot on a laws to these radical chaunes and a regular system of kidnapping and mur- Â¬ whelming defeat this Republican party as a dis- Â¬ because then you would and wife inherit from each other all their i was about 320000000 pounds in weight cold oil cloth der in all tho States of the South In the same turber of the peace of the people act were other provisions which he certainly only come around once every 1500 respective property if there be no chil-- In 1878 the latest year for which there Europe produced understood to be indirect conflict with every years He didnt say anything until dren and each a childs part if there be are complete fisrures Platte 240000000 article and every section of the constitution in 740000000 Biver lie was half way to the front gate when children or tne descendants of children all this he did not transgress like others in Jen Sickles for Hancock he turned around and shook his fist at They may dissent from each others wills United States 208000000 Australia iguoranco and passion He sinned against flen Daniel E Sickles who lost a the house and muttered between his and take of each others estate according 350000000 and South Africa 48000OOC light and Knowledge and on cold calculation of of 158600000 partisan jwhey It is an iiifinito pity that such leg while bravely leading his corps at teeth that by the dads it would be a to law except that if there be no chil- Â¬ pounds making a total Great Britain and France coi a man should not only bo falfo to his country thundering sight longer than that be- Â¬ dren in case of such a dissent the dis- Â¬ poundseach the battle of Gettysburg who has been fore about the same quantity oS but false to himself But by sentient gets only half of tho estate if sume he came around again a Itcpublican since the close of the war that time the poor girl was in bed and he or she has no estate of his or her own wool 380000000 pounds a year Gei What makes all this very much vvorso is his denunciation of Gen Hancock fur saving that and tv ho served as Minister to Spain If the dissentient has property of his or many consumes about 16500000fr sound asleep the military was constitutionally subordinate United States 250000005 her own equal bo one fifth of what he or pounds to the civil power and that liberty was still the duriug the first administration of Presi- Â¬ Forty years ago a woman deposited she would be entitled to in tho others pounds and Russia Austria and othei inheritance ot the American peoplo for theso dent Grant has openly espoused the pounds wero propositions which ho himself had assert Â¬ cause of his old comrade in arms Gen 15 in the Middletown savings estate then the deficiency is to be mado countries 400000000 Vt ed and knew to bo true It might be expected up out of the others estate Hancock course of a speech bank and now eight children receive that the course of a man so influenced would J delivered Jn tho Providence is nlways on tho sido of This legislation will attract attention 9890 each as the product of that well in New York recently ho frequently deflect from tho straight path aud the strongest battalions yapolcon States in other Memphis Avalanche laid nest egg one gi eat aberration we cmnct but remimbtr I said Mr Tildcn was elected ih 1676 A atieetuhl was the only resource against him I dd hot believe that Gen Garfield if left alone would commit an election fraud anv more than ho would elkl a hftsb Or a sheep i but when the rrhrtagerg OT his pari deblatJdcu his aid ih a great swindle hb coilld ntt refuse Under lhat coercion he went down to Louisn ana and there found it absolutely certain that the Tilden electors had been duly appointed at a legal atid t till poll so tJeacef ully conducted thattherBwasiioteVenastjuabble about it Id the whole Btale and the appointment so made was attested by and recorded upon the certifi Â¬ cates and thb oaths of election officers adverse td thb appointees hi all their reelings arid wishes ThcrttffcsMJ earthly excuse ft denying this No contfadictiOnof ltconld bo hdhesti To fount the State tor Hayes was ft thing that could bd done only by impudent and unmitigated fraud For a time I hoped that Gen Garfields share la that great crime had consisted in passive ac duiescfefiW ahd 1 am surprised by the proofs rccenujvTOUgni IQnrara or mt active aeltante IfgHs perpetration His judgment as a membQt the Electoral Commisnion was a tbincnhggjtML for b arts long before lu MMM Although withdrawn for some time psjtirotn any part hi politics I cannot be an Indifferent spectator oi a jrresiaenusi canvass m wmca s distinguished and esteemed comradi b famed for the highest office in the gift of the country hehisgtf brilliantly served No one Heed be afraid to confide tue Presidency to a soldier who fought for the Union its Hancock fought Among all tho illcstnons men who hare been called to the Chief Magistracy nose hare mors commended themselves to the favor of the peoplo by a scrupulous adherence of oar pub to the best traditions he life Unused to the arts of a politician separated by bid profession from political orÂ¬ ganizations and fieref seeking office his nom Â¬ ination by a tote that renregerrttd all parts of reunited country ia a pledge of fraternal feel- Â¬ ing that will become a guarantee Of peace and umon in his election The wiser opinion of the day is against sectional politics Enjoying universal tranquillity and prosperity appeals to old sectional animosities are offensive to the good feeUhg and common sense of the people New York desires cordial relations with all her sister States i and accepting Southern support of HancOcJl as a fresh bobd of Union soUd- - Stotxirt k the Somdae M 1bB latter part TlHleft Stroke having a ior the Easle Eiver He was well outfitted f rifc and the necessary Hi hi I Kram MlspncuzuiwiuovfecjkaL i of May Chronicle Mr Camp brook Has it ever occurred to base ball men that a milk pitcher i3 generally a good fly catcher There is not much danger when it cats aud dogs but when it rains Spitz dogs look out The bakers business should bo profit able - a good part of his stock is rising yiALLTODfa - Is rr on evidence of a low taste when a man gets on Lis kneed to drink from n f iir iftWwKiirT iWfiLtfKd wrt befell Mr Camp- 0 first uyms pony He was bell was leadinjrthe oj a rope when the tened and started on fony beea held the rone in a ran Mr H became fancied such s ftrottnd his ftmmf Tram which he could not release ifkTJMsreeult was that when the pony Itm MmncM he carried along with him tb Mlr iager that had once been a val uMt BeMber of t lie gentle- saaushaiKL Ha nAaLinul t 4lid MAnnnnl the stump of the doctor who aw wav m search of finger Pi ttae twSGCRMHpS B was not long in r adventure that BlvQ Mm t Leadville ied iHTiffi ivvt heRs to Beechers estimate thai one female house fly will lay 2000J eggs in a season the Church Union thinks it is a pity a fly couldnt rx grafted ou a hen Women have cheek euough lo wear mens hats on their heads but thero is one thing they dare nottlo Not one of them dare remove her liat in public and dust off the bald sot Detroit Frc Preen Tourist I say boy what tho Bov name of that hill yonder Tourist Dont know Dunno What lived here all your life and dont - TSone I zv te I I -- - I It I grat I I I HI I its I I I I IfT- 1 Slack garfield I I I I I I I Â¬ I I I jx -- li W VSll siii dtj I K m t L m I BsSteJs fEki - VULIMiMjmmvjiMjLijJUJtMMJLINmM ji inimjtLuiMgg THE HICKMAN COURIER fttiiLisiiKU evirv rttiir rT GarviciI So2 The Republican candidates fortCoi irosMn tlii- - District is Mr 11 I5ITa lift of 1rinrcton Caldwell coungy II is about CO years old a man of SrM Ojpice Heinic Ruililin Clinton Street rate intelligence and the president of the Oldest Nctcspayer in Western Kentucky a Nitional Bank EOKE WABIfiJf5 HICKMAN KENTUCKY George Warren I2rittor From the Columbus Times Safe Circlon EZf Irce of Subscription 2 FRIDAY OCT 13 18S0 for pbesidest WINxISLD SCOTT HANCOCK of Pennsylvania for W TiCE rcEsinEsr ENGLISH II of Indiana ELrCTOKA1 TICKET TOR THE STATE AT LA It OK Thomas L Jones of Campbell A Richards of Jefferson 1st Sml PISTK1CT ELECTORS Jumps D White of Ballard A A way to bet with perfect safety on the election has been devised A fay to B I bet you 5 that I can naiio twenty five States that will o for Gur Seld or he may make the same oiler B accepts the offer of on Hancock course A theu says Ill bet S15 that I can nnme four other States that 13 thiuks this will ko for Gaifiuld is more aburd than the previous piop oeition and takes it uppromptly Theu A names twenty five Slate leaving out four that arc sure ttrue carried by Garfield and these four be names as tho four others Thus lie loses S5 on the first out he gets 15 ou the -- second T Ornycroft of Daviess Complete returns from the recent Connecticut town elections show that the Republicans carry but scventy uine out or one hundred and sixty seven towns in the State a o etBplican Iob4 of twenty iour t with the elections Republicans Let the speaking on the EOtli the occa Â¬ three towns carrie In tbeflroo iiStin ocrat sion of IIon Tnos L Jones visit o Hick- Â¬ ic centers of New Haven and Bridge man be a big Democratic rally Fulton port no elections were held While county ought to have at least one big turn local issues in a large measure in- fluenccd the vote the result in regard oat during the Presidential campaign ed as encuuragiug to the Democrats and the orator on tho 20th is well worthy and no doubts aro entertained but that coming from far and near to hear him Connecticut will cast its electoral rote Haucock Turn out Democrats I P F Edwards of Edmonson James Montgomery of Hardin 5th E J Mcbermott of Jefferson Oth James W Bryan of Kenton 7th W C Owens of Scott 8th M C Saufley or Lincoln Oth jJoph Gardner of Magoffin 10th Emery Whitaker 3rd 4th Detnocrailv UuIun in Connec- Â¬ ticut oaHbred uTrlHBd Â¬ ITS asETTLEB Ohio goes 20000 Republican Follow ivlth IndlHaItiv same Way 4000 WestJVIrglnla Unrigs Fearfully iit Hie Balance Democrntx Look to the Cast Kansas City Special to Chicago Telegraph Colonel R E Wilson a prominent druggist of this city was a passenger on the Atchieion Tupcka and Santa Fe road on the lGth Col Fred Grant was on the same train with Major Morris a Fred Grant Reported for Han cock Â¬ stalward and Register of the Laud I gains There is uo mistaking or denying the facts It is a Waterloo defeat for tho Democ racy As for Ohio we never had any real hope but we were perfectly confident of Iudiana Our Democratic leaders and oomputators all classed Indiana as the pivotal State and the Democracy claimed it by from 5000 to 15000 The result in the West is disastrous and the only hope left the National Democratic ticket is to look to the Eastern States New York New Jcr Bey and Connecticut These States with the Solid South can elect Hancock without Indiana or any Western States There is splendid fighting ground yet if the Democracy can re cover from the demoralization of our terrible defeat in Indiana Just at this writing we are not very hopeful The town elections last week in Connecticut dont show any great Hancock boom and the special election in Newark New Jersey last Monday went 2500 Republican when the Democrats carried it one year ago by 3300 To add to these disasters old Virginia has got two Democratic electoral tickets in the field and her vote is doubtful to Han Â¬ Office of Kaunas Colonel Wilson proposed a vote for The authentic news from Ohio and President and pasted the hat to the Indiana concedes Ohio to the Repub- Â¬ younger Colonel who begged to be ex- Â¬ licans by 20000 majority and a gain cused as ho was disfranchised byrca of 4 or 5 Congressmen and to make son of his being a soldier Upon being asked his the thing as bad as can be Indiana a vote it preference he said if he had would go for Hancock Democratic for the past ten years fol This having been denied Colonel lows suit with 4000 Republicau ma Wilson reiterates the statement in a jority Even ia West Virginia the Re- Â¬ card in the Mail of this city and is willing o swear ft publicans make decided States Nine million five hundred tbcuand is the horse population of the United Iowa is a vast grainary this fall and will have trice as large a surplus as sho ever had before Â¬ Â¬ cock The cause of these disasters to the Democracy in our judgment is chiefly attributable to the arraying of a Solid North against a Solid South and the North is the biggest The prosperous times have aided the Republicans precisely as the hard times helped the Democrats in 137G And lastly loading democrats had been for a year previous to the open- Â¬ ing of the Presidential campaign di vided and tryiog to cut each others heads off and when they came togeth Â¬ er for the great fiht they were at a disadvantage The Presidential election is only about two weeks off and wonders may happen in that time We write plain Â¬ ly as to the ret alts because Kentucky democrats want facts and arc too firm ly ground in the faith to be effected by disasters and by next week we can see the effect of these October elec tions on New York New Jersey and Connecticut Hancock commanded Eastern troops during the war aud is stronger in that section than in the West If in the East tho Democra cy are si ill confident and enthusiastic Hancock can be elected Â¬ Â¬ Exports of breadstuff from the Uni ted States thus far this year have been nearly a third greater than in the cor ponding months in 1879 iardwood lumber is firm and ad vancing iu the principal markets of this country being worth an average of fully 85 per thousand more than a year ago The leading New York banks have given formal notice that after next January they will only charge 5 per cent interest for money loaned on a real estato security The Nihilists will yet succeed in de stroying the Czar of Russia Their efforts teem to be untiring and nitro glycerine their special agent The last effort was to blow up the Czars new yacht Senator John S Williams is no less noted as an agriculturalist than as a politician He has ono hundred acres planted in tobacco and at the exhibit of that article at the Fraukfort fair he was oue of the judges The fall trade of Louisville this year has been larger than that of any pre ceding one and larger shipmeuts have been made both by rail and river As a consequence her merchants are in fine spirits and her newspapers brag giag Â¬ Â¬ European gold is still flowing into America at an averago rate of 31000 000 per day Babcock Belknap and Bofs Shep herd arc still lor Garfield aud will continue with him to the end Eastern papers report ail classes of business active except wool and Iron They arc loaded down by heavy flocks Gen Ben Butler says the democracy will carry three New England state New Connecticut Hampshire aud Maine the latter by 5000 majority Before the recent election in Maine he predicted that the state would not go one thousand either way A company lately organized in Baltimore is engaged in exporting baled manure lite is wide of a half dozen sueh presses as are employed in The manure is compacting cottou made up into parcels resembling bales of hay and wheu the parcels are cov ered with burlap bagging they look as well as do packages of dry goods The manure U shining to North Carolina Virginia aud other states and to Cuba Â¬ A corpse buried in Paducah twenty six years ago has just been unearthed and found to be in a wonderful state Whatever the crop prospects in Eu of preservation There bad fceen al Â¬ rope may be the shippers of grain in most no change in the features and the besrd on the face had grown about New York assert from their knowledge of the orders pouring iu from abroad eighteen inches that the present month will be the Less than one fourth of the Ameri- largest in- - exportation of grain ever can cottou crop is consumed in onr known in that port own country This is one of the main reasons why New York New Orleans Worth Printr For and Boston are such large receiving I am no teller of stories says Hazlitt pointr A general nnd generous en there is ono belongiug to Burleigh couragement of the cotton milling in Â¬ yet House of which I happened to know dustry in the interior south and in the eomo of the particulars The late Earl wert would in a very few years roverse of Exeter was divorced from his wife a woman of fashion and of somewhat more the present order of things gayetyof manners than lords who lovo Paper as a material for the body of their ladies like He determined to car wheels is fast gaining in popularity seek a second in an humble sphere of life the only reason for their not being and that it should bo ono who having no generally introduced is their Jirgt coat knowledge of his -rank -should love him The nubs audlires are uJaHjSjF iron for himsclf ahsic- For- this purpose- ho went settled and the piper ii protected by iron name andMr Jcnc3 incognito under the of at Hornet an ob Â¬ shields The paper i not affected by scure village in Shropshire Homado the confaut jar of use while iron be overtures to one or two damsels in tho neighborhood but they were too know- Â¬ coiiieri crytallizd and weakeued ing to bo taken in by liim His manners Mr Frank W Hughes the confess were not boorish his mode of life was re- Â¬ ed leader of the Greenbaekers in Penn tired it was odd how he got his liveli- Â¬ sylvania has put out his protest against hood and at last he began to be thought Bi this dilemma ho the Weaver sale in Maioe of the only a liighwayman to Miss Higgins eldest daugh Â¬ electors the party has any pro pect of turneda small farmer at tho ter of whoso house he He has written to Weaver lodged securing Miss Biggins it would seem saying It simply nieaus that you had not been used to romping with tho de ire our friends there as wellns else village clowns there was something in where to be defeated by the tuccess of the manner of their quiet but eccentric guest which sho liked Having inspired Uarlield her with a land cf regard which he Col Zunt Reynolds the proprietor wished for he made honorable proposals of fleotwood farm near Frankfort to her and nt the end of some months Kentucky died very suddenly Jat the they were married without his letting who he was They set off in a reeidenco of his wifes father near her know postchaise from her fathers houso and Ashville North Carolina last week traveled across the country In this Col Reynolds was one of tbo most manner they arrived at Stamford and prominent stock breeders in the State Snassed tbroucrh the town without sto An J and was distinguished for his many ping until they came to tbo entrance to Burleigh Park wliich is on tho outsido acts of generosity and kindness He will be greatly missed by the citizens of it The gates flew open and tho chaise drove down tho long avenue of of Fraukfort and vicinity trees that led up to the front of his fino The most foolish married couple we old mansion As thoy drewnenr to it have heard of lately reside in Cincin Â¬ and sho seemed surprised at where thoy I were going her husband said to her nati They abide in the same houe Well my dear this is Burleigh they oat at the same table but have House it is tho houso I promised to not spoken to each other for sixteen bring you to and you aro tho Countess years The wifes refusal to sigu a of Exeter It is said that the shock was too much deed angered the husband aud during all those years thoy have comniunica for the poor young creature and that sho never recovered from it It Â¬ ted through a daughter only Now tion worth dying for Tho was a sensaworld was the daughter has died yet the obdu worth making had it only been for this rate cuupic live on in silence untouch- Â¬ 1 never wish to have boon a Lord but wheu I tluuk of this story ed apparently by this calamity Â¬ I I j I condiliou In many section howevs er these crop will be gotten in rather late partial droughts interposing to prevent thccirly preparation of tin ground The acreage to wheat is gen erally 6taled to be les than last yeai whereas there will be a greutcr in creae in acreage put to Inrley This wij be especially the case ipt in tcVior Keutuckyinuch of the ground put to hemp lnt year being soiru to bircly this foil Ctm This crop is now being cut and as an average may be counted a good one In many counties it is claimed to be extra good whereas in some localities it is unu unlly hort Tiia is particularly truo about lleury and Carroll and some of the counties on the Southern border of tho State Grass The fall grass crop is not promising and however seasonable it may be from this time out it cannot he first class unless we thould have such an open growthy winter as the last With a somewhat short hay crop if the winter should shut in upou us early and prove a hard one it will be too late toiudulgc regreH at not care fully husbanding every resource in the way of provender Cpw Peas This crop that is es Â¬ teemed of much importance in parts of Southwestern Kentucky is reported a failure From want of rain nt the pod forraiog period the crop is little else than vines Live Stock Live stock as a general thing in good condition Cholera is repotted as having broken out among tho hogs in Hardla and Chris tian counties and on a single farm iu Henry some unknown dii ease has made its appearance among cattle These are the only exceptions men- Â¬ tioned in oiir reports to a general healthful coudition We are forced to the conclusion that there will be quite a falling off of hogs this fall for packing purposes One correspondent states that in a siugle section that usually feeds for market 1000 there will be a falling off to 300 Another from Garrard one of the two best hog counties of the State that sheep and lambs arc coming to the front as money crops and are in quite a degree displacing mules cattle and hogs Wo are glad to note that so many of our corres pondents refer to the fact cf better breeds and higher types of breeding animals being introduced in the sec tions of the State that have hitherto paid littlo attention to stockraising This is true as to cattle sheep and hogs Fruits and Gardens The fruit crop taken as a whole has been a good oue for Kentucky The main staples of the kitchen garden Irish and sweet potatoes and cabbage are of excel lent quality and ample in supply Espe cially is it true of the sweet potatatoes crop that in poiut of quality it is quite equal in flavor and richness to that of the South juees ine conventions that are now being held iu Louisville and Cincinnati in reference to bee culture we hope will awaken a deeper and a wi der interest in it Aside from the vast home consumption American hon Â¬ ey is becoming quite an article of ex port to tho English market in which it takes first rank It would seem to be ucodless to call attention of our read ers to the fact again that in many parts of the Stato for want of proper forage full winter supplies could not be gathered and they will have to be supplemented through the winter or else many colonics must perish befoie spring Fertilizers From the inquiries of this office as to the kinds and quanti ties of fertilizers to be used particularly on wheat it is evident that the benefits from their use on crops is be coming so well known and appreciated that with seasons favorable we may look for quite an increase in the com ing crop over previous ones These inquiries are gratifying to us as they evidence an advance toward more careful and scientific farming The beneficial results arising from the uso of bone dust bone meal aud the chemical fertilizers is too well established to be longer questioned C E Bowman Commissioner Â¬ Â¬ i 51 thoTo S t Iiat plow JjvitIrriiti p m itl rcouUl m dtne tiie wheat Red lrjfj crjips gpuldfbe gotten in good fwi ff iitucliy CropK IS portions ofjtlte io Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mathematical Msicry tZS3S333V3E2SZ I am deeplv sensible cf the manv na Every man who has intrusted to a tionalsins of my own country Wo woman tho work of manufacturing a pliirt has had painful experience of Tic navo jtttnmuanKrause lor Humiliation fc K The strifes aud divisions of Christians inability to comprehend tho importanco the quantity of semi Ilomiuiism and dt accurate measurement Mr Smith skepticism tolerated in our own ranks for example permits Mrs Smith to tho bitterness nnd nnscnipnlousncs3 make a new shirt to be modeled pre NBft GOODS i KEWfiOOBS of political factions tho commercial cisely after an old one wliich measures a frauds among tho middle classes the say fifteen inehes round tho neck imxxmirasSKsggBHTwimw l gambling and the luxury of the upper ten When tho new garment is completed thousand the drunkenness of the lower Mr Smith finds that it chokes him and half million all theso sins I am well ho calls hi3 wifoB attention to tho fact awara cry against ns to heaven But Sho declares that it measures precisely still after all in a fallen world like the same as the model and appealing to a tape measure in proof of the asser- Â¬ tliis things must bo measured by comparison It would bo ungrateful if we tion finds that the new shirt measures did not thank God for what wo have only tliirtecn inches around the neck i Where in the world will yon find so Jii theso circumstances n male shirt- much preaching ui real gospel so i maker would confess that ho had made Not so Mrs Smith Sho much circulation of tho Bible nnd sound ft mistake IN religious literature so much nionov exclaims with every appcaranco of tri- I what did There and labor bestowed on efforts to do good umph I tell you so inncli care for life nnd property One is almost exactly tlio same size as so much thought for tho sick and tho tho other There isnt two inches of Notliing poor and the nfilicted so much liberty difference between them could more forcibly illustrate womans and yet so much obedience to law so much outward morality so much total incapacity to grasp the importance We have a splondid stock IN STYLE AND PRICE WE DEFY COMPETITION A being family purity where I ask any ono of accurate measurements looking at tho map of tho globe whero who believes that a tlurteeu inch bond will yon find so much as in our own will fit a fifteen inch neck with ns much country No doubt there are plenty accuracy as if the band were two inches of abuses and defects among us 1 longer is born without any sense of tho As a rule neither deny extenuate nor palliato value of linear measure IN them But at any rate we have noth- Â¬ women decline to recognizo tho authori ing to compare with the Niliilism of ty of yard stick measuring tapes and HOSIERY EMBROIDERY AND GLOVES LACES Russia the Socialism of Germany the other standards and place a pathetic faith in their personal lingers and restless revolutionary spirit and ComThey have constructed for WE HAVE THE FINEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN munism of Franco the brigandage and thumbs assassination of Italy or tho lazy ig- thoir own use certain tables which pre- Â¬ norant superstition and Sunday buU- - tended that the upper joint of tho thumb at lower prices than the same goods have ever been sold is exactly an inch in length and hgnts ot bpain now ia it that tho width of threo fingers is an And why is it man nature in our little islam KMi ndahalf Theso are tho only eswhich they will use when seek- so mnch restraint and devsl amount of corruption than h illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHI scenain uic lengtn oi a piece oi IN turo in other lands I answer bo Riv wrt cord or the width of a skirt- that ono great cause of tho difference ireadth It is needless to say that thev is our English Sunday Look at a Sun Â¬ aro thus led into constant error The LADIES and MISSES CLOAKS and D0LMARS day in London with its 4000000 of in female fingers and thumbs aro not con- habitants See liow tho immenso ma- stant quantities so far as their length Wo have a spierdid Stock AND AT PRICES THAT CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE jority of shops through miles nnd miles and breadth are concerned and to mako and miles of streets aro shut up and them standards of measurement is as business suspended SeohowpostofBce absurd as it would ba to assume that the and banks and exchanges and law human foot is always twelve inches in courts and theaters and museums and length whether it ba the New York or picture galleries are all closed See the Chicago foot What is very odd is IN what hundreds of churches and chapels tho fact in the department of cookery and Sunday schools aro opened and women mako an elaborate pretense of what myriads of people attend them in their regard for careful measurement spito of the attractions of river and rail Thoy have rules for finding the exact and then turn to any great continental qtfantity of each article that enters into IN ALL STYLES we have an endless variety AND VERY EC IE A metropolis to Paris Madrid Naples tho composition of any particular dish Vienna Berlin and mark how Sunday For instance their cooking liturgies is observed in them Mark tho extent prescribe that in making cake one must to which Gods holy day is given up to take a cup of flour six cups of butter military reviews to races to bull figlito two dozen eggs three cups of salt a tea IN to theater going to dancing to con- spoonful of indigo a table spoonful of certs to pleasure seeking of every sort starch and three cups of molasses But to everything in short excepting God do they over follow this rule It is no- Â¬ GENTS YOUTHS CLOTHING Mark all these tilings and learn ono torious that they pay no attention to it grand reason why the standard of re-Â¬ When a woman undertakes to make cake ir0 CLAIM TO HAVE TILE BEST STOCK IN TIIE CITT AND enough ligion is so much higher in our own sho takes what she calls else- Â¬ flour and to this she adds in- Â¬ country with all its sins than it is a little where There is an inseparable con- Â¬ digo starch and salt aud stirs into it FOR QUALITY STYLE ATD FINISH CANNOT BE BEAT 1YE CANNOT nection between tho observanco of tho about as much butter and molnssca as BE SEAT TN PRICE Of course the result is al Â¬ Lords day and tho prosperity of true is needed Voltaire was quite right when ways unforeseen religion may turn out that It A SPLENDID LINE OF ho said tliat he could never succeed in the compound thus made is cake and it destroying Christianity unless ho de-Â¬ may prove to be rico pudding The SHAWIS BIiAKKETS stroyed Sunday It is tho English SunÂ¬ woman herself has not tho least idea whnt it will be With the printed rule day wliich makes England what it is v for cake manufacture lying before her London letter one would suppose that it would be im STARTLING LOW PRICES possible for her to produce anything but Tho First Man a Black Man The primitive preadamito man ac cake but in actual practice sho utterly A full line of GENTS and CHILDRENS HATS and CAPS new styles and low prices cording to Prof Winchell lived in a scouts the rula and makes her mysten country lying between the present Afri Â¬ ous compound by the light of nature A LARGE STOCK OF can and Asiatic continents and thence and humbly trusts that it will not come he dispersed himself over the earth out of tho oven as sausage or boiled He was essentially a black man as cfe ham Ncto York Times tingiushed from the white man not an OF THE VERY BEST MAKE AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES African negro but of dark leathern skin Chabcoaii as Masotse Although like the native Australian races The charcoal is nearly pure carbon a large native Australian is inferior in structure constituent of all vegetation still it is H jwid and intelligence to tho African negro not churned that this substance furnishes he falls as far below the negro as tho direct food to plants Its action is thus RECOLLECT that we claim to have first class goods and will sell them at as low negro below the wliite man and is more described by Liebig Plants thrive in figures ascan be found anywhere in the country nearly related to tho primitive man than powdered charcoal and may be brought any other race Tho black races now in to blossom and bear fruit if exposed to existence are tho Hottentots the ne- - the influence of rain and atmosphere groes tho Australians nrkl tho Papus Oliafcoal is the most unchangeable sub Â¬ tho latter of whom are dark skinned and stance known Ir may be kept for cent- Â¬ almost black occupying New Guinea uries without change It possesses tho and some smaller islands north of Aus- power of condensing gases within its tralia pores and particularly carbonic acid Primitive man also gave birth to the and it is by virtue of this power f at the Co Young brown races These are now found in roots of plants are supplied with char- Â¬ the islands of tho Pacific and of them coal as is humus with an atmosphere NE OF TIIE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER tho Sandwich islanders are specimens of carbonic acid which is renewed as Consignments Solicited They crossed to tho American continent quickly as it is abstracted Plants do S6T Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country and their descendants aro the Indians of not however attain maturity under or-Â¬ Produce Live Stock etc may9 79 North and South America from Green- Â¬ dinary circumstances in charcoal pow- Â¬ land to Patagonia and on the Asiatio der unless moistened with rain or rain- Â¬ continent tho Chinese tho Japanese water Ram water contains one of tho the Tartars the Turks the Malays the essentials of vegetable life a compound jbg Mm Burmese etc of nitrogen the exclusion of which en- Â¬ gUi tirely deprives humus and charcoal of An ant three eighths of an inch long their influence upon vegetation carrying a burden of one sixth of a o grain moves at the rate of ono mile in Food for the Sick REFITTED REFURNISHED HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED eleven hours Tho weight a small ono Convenient to river and railroad and attentiva The following advice as to adminis Â¬ THIS thoroughly renovated compared with that they can carry is watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section eighteen times their own They com- tering food to the sick deserves the at- Â¬ niay9 79 tention of nurses and of all who are W TBBKEE pare Avith a mah five and a half feet called upon to look after nervous pa- Â¬ weighing 140 pounds carrying a tients high weight of 2500 pounds at the rate of It is a great mistake to have large 176 miles in eleven hours quantities of fruit biscuits etc lying about a sick room Dnck ami Trout A very few grapes an orange peeled n ti n nnd divided and two or three milk or As a gentleman was anglin muldam below Winchester he acci- - water biscuits aro quite enough to have dentally threw his line across a strong displayed at one time Tho same may be said of food white duck which suddenly turning round twisted tho gut around her own I have often been pained when visitÂ¬ neck and fixed the hook of tho dropper ing some of my pick pensioners to see fly in her own breast Thus entangled their friends with well meant but mis- Â¬ and hooked she soon broke off the gut taken kindness bring large basinfuls of Hi J above the dropper and sailed down horrible compounds which they dignify stream with the end of tho fly trailing with the name of gruel or sago or tap-Â¬ behind her Sho had not preceded far ioca as the case may be Tho mero sight of the food seemed to before a trout of about a pound and a half took the fly effectually Then com- Â¬ set them against it Whereas if a littlo menced a struggle as extraordinary as care had been bestowed upon its prep- Â¬ ever was witnessed a duck at tho drop- Â¬ aration and a small cupful provided in-Â¬ at tho end of the stead of tho large quantity I name per and a large ti lly When ever th trout exerted itself they probably would have partaken of the terror of tho duck was very conspic- Â¬ it with pleasure uous it fluttered its wings and dragged Another error committed with the the fish When the trout was more best of intentions is to keep asking the quiet tho duck evidently gave way aud patients what they would like if thoy suffered herself to be drawn under some could take tliis thing or the other The bushes whero tho shortness of the gut sickened wearied expression I have did not allow ihe trout to shelter him- often seen flit over tho faces of people who I self The ducks head was frequently are recovering from a lingering illness drawn under water By chance how- - when their otHcious relatives come teas mvr tlio gut rnt across n hfTiirl iilrt ing them as to their requirements hung downward into the water and thcSp During the lingering illness of a dear duck taking advantage of the purchase relative I verily believe we made her winch tliis gave her dragged her oppo oiten eat just by providing dainty mor- Â¬ nent from his hole and ol4iged him to sels of food displaying them temptingly show his head abovo water Then it be- Â¬ arranged and taking them to her bed Â¬ came a contest of life and death The side quite unexpectedly trout was in its last agonies and tho If she had been asked could sho eat T 5jA f I duck in a very weak state when the gut anything I feel confident tho answer JLvJQj TT JLAj JL No broke and suffered them to depart their would have inevitably been own way Sporting Magazine thanks I dont feel at all inclined to A r Englands Sunday n It J NEW -- G DR A A THARIS PHASICAN AND SURGEON HICKMAN Â¬ i KENTUCKY ITERS his Professional Services to the citizens of Hickman and vicinity jrnlG 80 MY STOCK IS NOW FULL AND COMPLETE Dr J N Outten drug store Res- Â¬ near Court House Â¬ IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Office over Ilolcombcs idence Moulton st - W T Hummer OFFERS vicinity Office II Df mchl4 HIS PROFESSIONAL SER to the citizens ef Hickman and i Corner roomiri LacfaaTtHoue LADIES 3H2ZSS GOOBS Dress Trimmings Buttons c De A M PAEKEE DENTIST Â¬ artistic manner Special attention given to the regulation of childreus teeth C Office in Millet Blsck ALL operotions performed in the most Â¬ -- fiflflr Hughlette Wilson Attorney at AND REAL ESTATE AGENT HICKMAN KY Real Estate Bought Sold Rented changed and Taxes Paid Ex Â¬ Iaw i Â¬ Â¬ permanently located Hick HAVINGwill practice in all theinCourtsÂ¬ of the first Judicial District The collection of claims and investigaÂ¬ tion of real estate titles made a specialty H A HICKMAN R T Tyler KENTUCKY LADIES7 and MISS3S SHOES O Attorneys at Law ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS entrusted to their care Office Millet Block J Â¬ C L EANDLE and Ar LAW Collector eal Estate Agent HICOrAN KY ATTORNEY Will attend promptly to all hnsl 8 ness entrnsted him in Southwestern Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention given to the investiga tion of Land titles and the purchase ana gale of Real Estate f jan8tf CIiAIOtf GOOS Â¬ Water 3roof Flannels and Linseys3 at Â¬ New I New New E E CAStE Retail Denier la Staple and Fancv 111 - Flease Examine onr aods Keeps in stock at all times fresh and choice Groceries Provisions CanneU and Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov7 K BUCHANAN Proprs J W ROGERS anl Confectioneries Will bs pleased to see his old customers and will both suit them in nrice aud oualitv Call nnrl i Quick Sales and Small Profits Wont be undersold fjan ltf Â¬ GEO CEEIES E M METHEN Y 1XEEPS all kinds of staple and fancy Aga John J jBga A i1 J M II J Hi iff f fe HICKMAN KENTUCKY the KEEPSFlourbest CoflV Sugar Lard Bacon c Family Grocery and Provision Store r Mola to bs Â¬ ill Propr yourself ESyCountry produce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods or Cash roar5 found in Hickman Having no partner to divide profits with will sell goods tho cheaper Speciality ia Coffees Green Ground and Roasted Cme and see for A MHCBI W- - Family Groceries space NOtrouble to name all articles to show goods DIESTELBEINK but no Come and see at tho corner of Troy and Moscow Avenne East Hiekraan Ky jan25 ly Sale and Livery Stable B WmKENTUCKYFlummer STREET constantly KEEPS sale on hand for Mr HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS Thankful for patronage heretofore ex Â¬ tended him he solicits a eontinuance of same 3ST rn ot EBsfesy AND Oils 0 X iW A irTi ii Â¬ 1 MEDICINES I KEISTTTJOKIY 1 bL 1 mm I Paints and Dye Stuffs HIOKVEAISr WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON reasonable terms lyiae one fourth of mile south west of the Court House In he town of Hickman embracing aVout lUBIJIWO AtiV UHE UALV AUKES of lanj nearly all under fence with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING ONDURANT j Cstern and Stables young bearing Orchard of selected fruit trood Garden spot and good lota of never tailing water for Stock For terms apply to the under signed orT M French C F C C good i I A Mexican Superstition roughing it at tho mines Wliilo near Taos among tho Mexicans we met An old Mexican a curious superstition of eighty years had died tho night pre- Â¬ vious and as is usual at sueh times tho widow hud at once put herself to tho task of preparing a banquet which should do honor to tho infrequency of the occasion This supper is ono of the things which A Buddhist Fable must certainly receive the proper atten- Â¬ Bodhisat was a tradesman who went tion in tho event of death in tho house of Mexican though poverty requires tho from vfllago to villago to dispose of his a wares Ono day when at tho house of a salo of tho last thing in tho dwelling About tho timo of this wako we met carpenter whoso head was bald like a a musquito an aged Mexican and wliilo talking of copper porringer carpenter callodalighted to his tho occurrences of tho night ho said theredn and tho with a most undoubting faith that tho son who was near to drivo it away Tho purpose old man who had recently died was now con tnkintr a sharp ax for thi3 aimed a blow at tho insect but split his a burro that ho himself could not livo un much longer that ho as well as his de Â¬ father s head in two and Kiueu ninu said seeing what ho had done Bodhisat ceased friend should turn into a donkey that an I queried whether their present lifo was relative eucmy was better than a foolish or friond not considered harsh enough that thoy must bo subjected to another season of unease to beating after death in tho Two young lawyers at Niagara Falls body in tho franw of a donkey Cor have circuawonted tho extortionate hack Tron 1imcs man Thoy stayed over two daj s to siio him beat liim compelled him to refund A man breathes eighteen times a min Â¬ his extortionate faro to pay their hotel ute und uses 3000 cubic feet or about bills and tho cost of the suit Ho is a 875 hogsheads of air per hour sadder lmckman but expects to mako himself good of loss before tho season ia Tire pupil of the eye has to bo lasljsd half oyer eat A very simplo and expeditious way of HEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF cooking a littlo bit of chicken or fish is to butter a paper thickly place tho food to bo cooked within the paper and place it on tho gridiron over a clear fire A very short timo suffices to cook it thor- Â¬ AXD SPECIAL AOEXTS FOK oughly and I have often found that to be eaten when all other modes of invalid cookery have been tried in vain WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES ALSO -- ja30 80 B R WALKER Agricultural Implements GAAR J W GORMAN -- CO - DEALKB3 IX- STOVES TINWARE SCOTT CQS THRESHERS Headquarters kinds of AGENTS FOR and Repairing for all workmen Job Work Good employ Â¬ ed and the best of material used jyll Zd Keeps on hand repairs for same gout ami PIiocmahfl Tf DEBTWBOK MMR I MANUFACTURERS OF iaiTZ SCIIKOEDER FASHIONABLE COMPANY STEEL PLOWS w BOOT AND Ml SHOE MAKER SHOP North West corner of Moscow nd Troy Avenues East Hickman Ky n AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS S may9 Satisfaction guaranteed ly Soot and Shoe Maker HICKMAN KENTUCKY H F Fetlie NOW 18 THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HICKMAN eUHIEH Ladies and Gents boots and shoes mado In- Â¬ to order and in the latest fashion visible patches put on wheih last longer than when sewed All I ask is a trial Shop next door to City Barber Shop fcb7 79 i m lb - s- - pfPl PFeJX ff iff r d WPX lUp i mil Hi i w ii 1 -- J i I - I 1 r H m 1 ji ii ij iJlliMiijH III u if i -r- THEHiGKHAN COURIER PBIDAYr OUT 15 1880 DEATn or James Waknrii City Amicus Again -rjr iml ll JIJlJl--J--- rnwiwws L- ni hi I n i in I t mini wan ij weir m au mm jui nnnni uiinm imii u i i m mi m -l - in - -- iie -- p local Sbott -- Hems en public questions printed bnt not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres Â¬ pondents except where we refuse togive name of author All tba Hickman schools arc report cd in good condition and flourishing The ijnmo of the new barber is CharlielDlElward Sharing only 10 cents communications The Padncah Fairwas a preat snc ceis in every particular according to re Â¬ ports For a fplpndid dinner when you cometo town go to the new restaurant Charlie Nichols Only 25 cents THE PICEST CASHMERES IN TOWN ANDTRIMMlNGS TO MATCH CAN BE FOUND AT VERY LO W PRICESAT J AMBERGSSONS ol5 4t The Memphis Methodist Confer ence for this district meets in Trenton Tenn 2ov 19th Bishop MeTeire pre Â¬ siding 1SCALL and SEC the nice Read Made Clothing at tf J AMBERQS SONS Mr Tfeos Ingram fofjkerl of this oounly died near Sikeston Mo last week ile was kicked by a mule and died from Injuries thus received Preachinp at the Christian chureh ture jgfRepentince rosB1 by W H Cooke nert Sunday morning and evenwE Subjects 11 a n A Pic 7 p m The Mr Peyton Wills a young man cm played at the Hickman Furniture Factory tad his arm severely at Wednesday by the edging saw Aeiputatios may be nec Â¬ essary Judge Bailey Judge of the County Court roles that druggists are not mer chants and hence they cannot obtain li- nse to sell spiritous liquors An appeal was fcaken Messrs Char Gonrley Will Dodde bS Mike Murphy old Fulton beys re tained from a Iqar of theffar west Tedswday and we Naders tsad they like EestuokyrbesL v r JwifKihgan was elected Com xson SMeeICoBi9ioBer by the Board of Magistrates ea last Jlomlty He will aak a good officer Prof Caldwell de clfel t erring any longer THE BOYS STYLES OF MENS AND CAPS CHEAP AT ol5 4t J AM BERGS SONS Caps LATEST C Caps TheN and St Louis railway uill Go on sellcaaad trip tick eta to Atlanta Oct 18 and 19 good to return until Octo- Â¬ ber 25 al940 ta parties wishing to at tend the North Georgia Fair The Kt Rev Bishop McCloskcy Bishop of Louisville visited the nickman Catholic congregation this week and ad c tainlstered the right cf confirmation He istgreatly btl oved by his people Themysferious figures 329 vmfelaxon waits fence still curbstones win dowdora hock wagons everything Movable and immovable hereabouts Their real meaning will be found out Nov 2d OUR is new receiving a splendid lot of fresh enterprising friend J W Rogers The communication from Amicus ro ccived too late to print entire it closes thhs It is lime- that a community as highly cultured aud with the advantages that we have were looking down with disdain una repugnance upon any man or sot of men who aro trying to packet 10 hard earnings without valno reci ived It shows to the thinking mind hat they nre try- Â¬ ing to live without work presuming upon the ignorance of the people It is noth- Â¬ ing less for they propose something won Â¬ derfully nnd when the money of the poor man is gobbled up he gets not only noth- Â¬ ing in return but worse than nothing nonsense slang vulgarisms and black Â¬ guardism Then it is the worse class of society I mean the most demoralizing lam in favor of turning the cold shoulder to them and let them go to work and the people will live easier nnd have bet tea times Young men instead of spend Â¬ ing their hard earniugs at shows thea- Â¬ tres and circuics patronizing nnd asso- Â¬ ciating with all classes of people keep it and lay it by to support some virtuous woman who may perchance consent to bo yours Or give it to build churches alms houses or for the poor and needy Or for good books and store your minds with useful knowledge Dont let these evils govern you and your purse but put Hon Thos L Jones Dcmocratio Elector them dosrn by supporting the other side of society Amices for the State at large will speak as fol ai-- -o lows A woman in tho Indiana State pris ClintonHiqkman county Tuesday Oc- Â¬ on serving out a sentence for life offer- Â¬ tober 19 ed SS0000 to any man who would Hickman Fulton county Wednesday marry her and rcleaso her from du October 20 ranee vile Ono heroic fellow came Mayfield Graves county Thursday Oc Â¬ forward to sacrifice himself but the Governor was forced to disappoint his tober 21 aspirations as tho laws of the United Fulton County County Court States contain no provision whereby a person can be released by any such ro anil Court or claims Court convened Monday Oct 11 His mantic process Honor H C Bailey presiding All the Qlckman Circuit Court Magistrates of the county except two From Clinton Democrat Trere present at the sitting of the Conrt This tribunal completed its labors Tues- Â¬ of Claims day afternoon and adjourned to the next SETTLEMENTS Only fivo cases were Appraisers bill and allowance Of the term in course estate of J W Meacham produced and disposed of towit Joe Linden disturb- Â¬ ing public worship fined 50 Dave Johnordered to record son murder found guilty of manslaughter The report of W H Trcas guardian of and sentenced to States prison for 17 Jeff Davis ordered recorded and filed years appealed and judgment stayed for The settlements of Jaekson Bynum GO days Barney Lefleur housebreaking found not guilty and discharged Sam guardian of B H and M J Bynum L Reno perjury eentenced to Slates prison D Davis of D D Davis H A Tyler of fjr five years appealed nnd judgment A B and R R Winston n A Tyler adm stayed CO dtys Jas Hargrove perjury of Wm Long T A Prather ndmr or Nan Â¬ sentenced to States prison for 1 year cy Shaw J L Luttrell admr of R 0 appealed Luttrell B D Tbomasson exeetr of Israel TRIBUTE OP RESPECT Clark and Wl M Bacon trustee of J W BaVlriilge heirs confirmed and ordered Wiikbeas It has pleased the Grand Dic Â¬ tator of the Universe tj remove from our to record Settlement of n A Tyler admr of Jno midst our brother Nathaniel Barksdale who died at Woodland Mills Tenn Oct C Lawson filed and ordered to lie over 5th 1880 We bow in humble submission to this divine decree knowing that His for exceptions An sppraiso bill of the estate of El will is always for the best Mctolvcdj That in tho death of Brother Williams produced and ordered to record Barksdale this lodge has lost an honor EES1CNED abu mmber the sute a worthy citiien C Hughlctle Wilson resigned the office aud his family a loving husband and fond parent- of Deputy County Court Clerk Kttolced That we tender to the family L1CEXSE GRANTED oi me aeceasea our sincere condolence in License to are It liquors in quantities not theirsad hereavement and pledge to them less than quart granted to J M Free- Â¬ the love and fidelity of true Knights of man in the town of Fulton for one year Honor Jlesolccd That as a token of our respect from Oct 13th 1S80 and grief the officers and members of this HRinGia little odiok lodge will wear the usunl badge of mourn- Â¬ J W Marshal overseer presented- an ing for 30 days nnd that the charter be application for a bridge across the Little draped in mourning Jtuolccd That these resolutions be Obion which was ordered filed and L sprcad upon the minutes of this lodge Collins N Hammond O W Miles J W and that they be published in the Hick Mayes J J Jones and D D Dickerson man UOUK1EB T P Fortune J were appointed commissioners to view the Tuos Parks Com site for the bridge or ferry across the Jos Soum Little Obion and report as to costs fea- Â¬ sibility practicability c to the court rou coxquesh We are authorized to announce W W the 2nd Monday in January TJCE as a candidate to represent the OVEESKEESTO REFORT poople of the 1st Ky District in the Ordered that all overseers of roads in next Congress of the United States this county be required to report in writ- Â¬ ing on the 2nd Monday in January next Mr James Warner city mar shal of Hickman died at Argenla Ark on the night of the 11th instant of npc pTexy Mr Warner left Hickman Friday night last in charge of a prisoner an es caped convcl from the Arkansas reni- tentiary conveying him to Little Rock nnil was stricken down on board the ou at Argenta Monday morning and died Tuesday night His friends received in telligcnce here of his sad condition on Monday and dispatches were sent order ing every attention to bo given him in his last hours On Monday evening Mr Charles Hackett left for Argenta to ac company his remains home Mr Warner has been city marshal of Hii1m for four years and was one of the most suc cessful detectives ever in this section bold aggressive and warm hearted He was true to his friends and popular with his associates He was a member of the Knights of Honor and also of the Odd Fellows He leaves many friends a wife children aud relatives to mourn his loss J 1 Â¬ Marshal Cincinnati I Hickman r St Louis THE E VXangels 33alcery and mm ONFECnONBRf xrr kkep constantlt ox nASD ROLLS FRFSH BR FAD CAKE 1880 G- - SA Baj 7B ERS NUTS PICKLES DINES FRESH OlSTURS AtSO CAKES riES HOME HADE CIDER CRACKe COFFEE SAR- Â¬ Sec f I t ray EsTBaigsllsasdl A f KEfajMj mi EJHjbi yjf Sj 44 rettes alvrays kept in stock P S Orders for Weddings and Parties promptly attended to KAVSERf WITTING oct8 A full assortmeet of Flain nnd Fancy CA X I ES A full line of Cigars Tohacco and Ciga- Â¬ iublic Speaking After an absence of ten weeks in the East- em markets we have opened a Stock in THE GRANDEST SCHEME EVER our different departments for the CONCEITED BY THE GENIUS OE MAN Aim mMHwm m n AEBEEHOP Next Dosr lo Holcomhes Drag Store CLINTON ST HICKMAN hstew- - Kl i i I mi fJlLL MW WIHJJjH I M MHfi that surpasses anything ever offered in this market which we can sell to CLOSE BUYERS at prices that Â¬ BEFY COMPETITION We shall quote prices in a short time that will Bk i Having just fitted np n neat SDTA VINO SALOON in the room next door to Hoi combos Drug Store I am prepared to ac- Â¬ commodate every one in need of Shaving Hair Cutting Dyeing Shampooing or in anything in the Tonsorial line ChildrrnM Hnlr Cntllns n Specialty t Having hud long experience I feel con- Â¬ fident of giving satisfaction and solicit a share of public patronage Stinvliig lOctu Hair Dressing Z3etn CHAS DELWOOD oct8 NOTICE I Erank Leslies Weekly The only Democratic illustrated newspa- Â¬ per published will bo sent postpaid tor five weeks until end of campaign for thirty cents- - Agents wanted in every town Send thirty cents for five weeks subscription or 6 cents in postage stamps Â¬ Astonish the Natives Our object is to do a rousing business and we have made every preparation to prevent our being disappointed for sample copy and illustrated catalogue Cluos of fonr will be sent for five weeks for one dollar Address Frank Leslie Publishing Company 16 Dey street N Y If Good Goods 7 Low Prices and Polite Clerks arc any object to you we would be pleased to liaveall eallaiul satisfy yourselves that VA aao i ti SJLJL8afcdiXJi i to any three private citizens of Fulton county who will indnce the largest number of tax Â¬ payers in said connty to pay their taxes on or before the 1st day of January next He who induces the largest num- Â¬ ber shall receive 25 00 the second larg Â¬ est 15 00 and the third largest 10 00 The test of said inducement shall be by bringing the tax payer to the sheriff and see bis or her receipt obtained or by paying the mqney and for eaeh recpt so given or obtained a ticket will be given to the party entitled thereto with tlja name of the payer written thereon and signed by the sheriff which ticket shall be kept by the holders thereof until the 1st Monday in January next and then presented lo the sheriff at his office in Hickman and those three persons hold- Â¬ ing the three highest number of tickets shall be paid in cash as above stated B I will pay the above reward 50 Reward R Walker S F C JC3 tLuiwcjiauT27arrt9H iauv b UiOWS5J doiI - T C 3KC Meals sriousfMca ner L T SS-- 3E3 33B 2 NO TBOUBE TO SHOW GOODS IMTIIVT Tr Maririn Williams having bonght the RESTAURANT formerly kept by War Â¬ at all Hours respecttully J Hicioiast Ky GO TO THE PIjOATINQ VBtfifa wgiftlt iSSSSS jt w that the establishment has been overhauled and that the former pa- Â¬ trons and travelliag public can be ac- Â¬ commodated at all hours at 25 cents a to the public Meacham announces DRUG STORE or New Restaurant w Mi EM tHME S AraDg ouse ggHighe8t market prices paid for Poul- Â¬ try Butter Eggs Vegetables c meal Regular Boarders accomodated t Commissioners Notice FULTON CIRCUIT COURT R C Prathers R C SCHOOL COMMISSIONER CITY ITEMS Groceries which be is offering for sale at Theregular election of Common School the very lowest prices Commissioner beigiinrder-4AjpKing-ma- gCOii The current expenses of Fulton oocnty for tbi year foot up S7191G the cost of bridges 14803 and the pauper expenses 75480 which pauper expense includes 19100 paid physicians for wait ing on paupers Mr James Koger the corn dealer is in Hickman prospecting as to the win tera corn trade in this section We hope be will remain with us for he is a king trader and our people know him to be gilt Tded and fair and honorable in all his transactions Gen Haykella salvation army has bee trying to convert Mayfield This is a body of religionists men and women who have cut loese from all business pursuits and are going through the country preaching praying and singing trying to convert the people If Vw want to mate yonr wife andchildren happy go to J- - W ROGERS and of freak Mackerel only 75 cents get apl30 per al - wcro put in nomination and the ballot of pure steel Call and see us and save being taken A DKingman- - received 7 ju8tl 50 instead of buying the common votes Parker 3 votes and Sanders lypte iron spring Bed at 500 We mean what whereupon A D Kingman was declared we say KISTNEIt GABDNER duly elected for the ensuing twoiyeara tf Hickman Ky COCNTr LEVY TOR 1880 Ordered that the county levy for 1880 3J ss be fixed at J upon each tythe BB1DCJE C0HMI3SI0VEK x7Prlwna JiHSanders We propose selling the TWIN SPRING BED at S3 50 The springs are made BETTER STIJLF IJGWuti Nichols MUSUEM Built and Organized Expressly for the Metheny aIENT OF THE On the TVcstern and Southern Waters The politest attention given to patrons A splendid cook Meals from G to 8 and Special rates to reg Â¬ from 12 to 2 oclock se30 ular boarders Meals 25c itors defendants Notice is hereby given o the creditors of R C Prather deceased that the un- Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Conrt under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date heretf until the 21st day of Feb-Â¬ ruary 1881 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and that all claims not presantcd to him and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever barred JNO A WILS02T Master Commr Fulton Circuit Conrt against Equity Prathers heirs and cred J admr pltiff r t sept 1 1880 Headquarters Boolcs for all Kinds of School and School Supplies lometMog Hew Uodiei tfie All on board the New Staunch and Mammoth Bum I W Commissioners Notice W S Hicks - Mr J W Mayes was reelected Bridge Commissioner by acclimation CHANGE OF E0 AD fI s M M FULTON CIRCUIT COURT admr plaintiff against Equity 8 Hicks heirs nnd credit- - J Ij S U H IluitiiiiOTTiiiJniiuiiur TO BUY YOUR SEALER IN Petition filed for change of Jordan and Cayce road and change allowed CUAEDIAV WM PRBN2 School agd Miscellaneous W W Webster appointed guardian of Ella Bostick with A It Scearce as secu- - lity CONSTABLES I office of con S 8 Drugs Patent Medicines M GmMPP id Cost of Nearly aiTr ft 9 C TNichols resigned the FANCY TOILET ARTICLES FINE PERFUMES SOAPS C C Stokely book keeper for Co died at Thomp Â¬ A W McDonald sons mill four miles from Hickman Sat Â¬ urday night last of congestive chill He was comparatively a stranger in this com munity but was said to be a man of first Â¬ r Mr sn stable and Thos C McMahan appointed with C T Nichols and Q M T Salmon as securities DRUGGISTS ias0a PAINTS OILS SOT MERCHANTS DYE STUFFS BMI4 mm j ore defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of W S Hicks deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 21st day of February 1881 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever JNO A WILSON barred Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court 8apt 1 18S0 rate business qualifications Mr John R Prootor State Geolo gist has prepared a pamphlet descriptive of Kentucky printed in German and de signed for distribution in Germany The postage on same to any part of Germany is only 8 cents Wc should be glad to sec the German citizens of Hickman organize Â¬ Dr T C Parker of Fulton by attor Â¬ ney made application for license to sell spirituous liquors in quantities not less than a quart at his store in Fulton and proof being introduced the court feeling sufficiently advised refused to grant said license to which said Parker by attorney excepted and prayed an appeal which was granted COUXTT FINANCES i B S 2 H 8 3 CIGARS AND TOBACCO Stationery Wall Paper Pic- Â¬ Abner Youngs admr plaintiff Commissioners Notice FULTON CIRCUIT COURT against J Pocfcet Knives ISasors ture Frames c Pocket Cutlery Toys Goods CLINTON STREET Â¬ s g - SEWING MACHINES By 50 of the most talented Artists ever brought together in Fancy and a society for the promotion of immigra- Â¬ The assetts of the county for this year amount to about 345107 claims allowed out of levy of 1880 1921 90 balance in favor of county 153208 which is eub- ject to the delinquent list for the year and the sheriffs commission for collecting HIS s r Prescriptions Accurately Compounded s y coMBiirTioafr A o o 8 at the Store of OS B- si BaJOK COWZIiIi HICKMAN KY g tion asd send some of these pamphlets to tbeir friends in Germany Dan Ricks Floating Opera and The long promised Floating Museum Opera House and Museum of Dan Bice is B Brevard IS ESTSend for copies of ray Wcw Reduced Price Lists of Picture Frames Chromos Brackets Croquet Sets and Last Balls for 1873 Jbjj OIF THE g Abner Youngs heirs and credit J ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors ono of Abner Young deceased that the un Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 21st day of February 1881 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and that all claims not presonted to him and proven as required by law within the time spec- Â¬ ified above will be forever birred JNO A WILSON Mister Commr Fulton Circuit Court sept 1 ISsSO Equity Cleaks Clonics Cloaks raTjHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER WE HAVE THE FINEST AND CHEAP- Â¬ EST LOT OF LADIES CLOAKS AND DOLMANS EVER BROUGHT TO HICK- Â¬ WE ASK ALL TO EXAMINE BE- Â¬ MAN PRICES FORE BUYING ELSEWHERE FROM 5400 TO 52000 J AMBERGS SONS ol52a COME TO STAY announced for an exhibition next Tues- Â¬ day and Tuesday night The newspapers praise it highly and as it is the realiza- Â¬ tion of the life dream or ambition of old Dan we doubt not it will equal the ex- Â¬ pectation of the amusement going public The community is full of hills and pro- Â¬ Citizens living in the neighborhood grammes and it is therefore needless to of the Little Obion in this county are de Â¬ refer to the character of the entertainmanding of the county authorities to ment further than to attrict attention to build a bridge across that stream and the mammoth advertisement in this issue made their application before the county The Union City Fair which com- Â¬ court of claims on last Monday The menced Tuesday last and will close toBoard of Magistrates hesitate to make the morrow is largely attended and the ex- Â¬ appropriation A committee was appoint- Â¬ hibitions are said to ba unusually fine ed to investigate the matter and report to the January court News comes from Nebraska to tho effect that farmers thero aro drawing Tub Cotton Market continues of the elevators to leed stock firm and active with increased receipts corn out arrivals arc readily taken at the fol Â¬ and in some cases selling their stock All bogs because they have no corn to lowing quotations It is believed that fatten them with middling 10 for the corn crop of Iowa will be an im Â¬ 9 for low middling mense one that of Nebraska poor and 9Jc for good ordinary that of Illinois thin in places CORN Old corn is selling readily at New cjrn will be 88J for choice white At the recent annual meeting of tho in demand the coming week at from 37 to National Educational Association at We look for an ac- Â¬ Chautauqua Mrs Stone of Connecticut 38 cents ptr bushel tive demand Mr Koger our principal introduced a resolution recommending Son will be on tho introduction of temperance text buyer for B S Rhea books in our public schools hand to supply sacks Â¬ Â¬ fSfft Hardware Cutlery PISTOLS -- oil te TIIG BEGULAR hCP5 S p 23 M- - r O h h Cairo Hickman 3 AC fsrreprsaoasT KB SS New Madrid Worlds -- Wonders jA Commissioners Bgaiust Notice v Equity Jas Brantleys admr plaintiff ors defendants FULTOiV CIRCUIT COURT WIIiIj EXHIBIT Jas Brantleys heirs and credit J T JQ NiaMjtesA 3 3s Gums 5 S S3K sir AMBROSE fsL Mastee up This elegant passenger steamer will arrive at Hickman going down every Tuesday aud Thursday and Friday Wednesday aug20 TU 2 oclock oLJaa 9 UCli JcWi of Jas Brantley deceased that the un Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under in uraer in me aoove styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office iu Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 21st day of February 1831 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and that all claims not presented to him and prov Â¬ en as required by law within the time snecified above will be forever barred JNO A WILSON Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court sept 1 18S0 Notice in hereby given to the creditors EISTNERGARBKER DEALERS IN P M and 730 oclock P M 1 l75c 50c 25c 25c NAILS CASTINGS TOOLS c and KINDLING CO cents a load HICKMAN L sep3 tf The best grades of whisky Dry Stove Wood M CO Best Wliisky J TOV13S GRATES SCALE OF FRXCES to ft kept at rea TIN COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE CJ c LOWER and LOWER ST JOB WORK done to order such as All kindsof Groceries hams sides c Rofing Guttering Spouting Sti of the Gold Stove Clinton Street as cheap as the cheapest I will not Hickman Ky fcb7 70 FUENITUEB To Select Seats Social Circle Amphitheatre Children Under 10 Years Museum sonable prices by apl30 W ROGERS 25cts Lower than the Lowest be undersold JOHN WITTiNG COFFINS MATRASSES Ac KENTUCKY HICKMAN COME and see the ELECTRIC LIGHT I have no clerk expensss no store rent and pay cash for all ray Groceries and therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone Star Flour 25 cents cheaper thau the low Â¬ est JOHN WITTING i 7i I iv Sl JC p5raSSRSvTis5 M-vr-r-pfp- i S OUR YOUNG FOLKS m I The Man Who Conld OaMVernrlmte now Roand Is Reproduced by JMght Jfo there come the boya I O dear the noise Kit Perkins Joe Mnlhattan or Tom tConnectlnjr Wires nettreen Stations REMEDY The whole bouse feela the racket Ochiltree Needed Behold the knee nf Harrya ranla Springfield Republican ron He was tho orfulest liar I ever Been And weep oer Berties jacket said Cooley OLeary as ho returned from The latest marvel in opplied science is RHEUMATISM Bnt never mind If eyea keep bright Â¬ his friends funeral V Why ho told me the discovefy by tho inventor of the Bell And limbs prow straight and limber telephone and Sumuef Taintor of Water once that he lived on a small island out Wed rather lose the trees whole bark NEURALGIA Than find unsound the timber I sounds can be produced by in the Pacific Ocean on which there was town that SCIATICA a volcano And he said there Was an tho action of variablo light from sub- Â¬ Sow hear the tops and marbles roll The floors O woe betide theml active demand out in that region for stances of all kinds when in tho form of LUMBA67 And I must watch tie banisters watermelons and he went into the busi Â¬ In other words a ray thin diaphrams Tor I know btrja who ride them I ness of raising them of light is substituted for the connecting And he said one Bl BACKACHE I Look well as yon descend the stairs year his whole crop failed except one wire and sounds at one station aro repro- Â¬ I often find them hannted melon and that kept on growing at such duced at another As is well known tho By ghostly toys that make no noise Just when their noise Is wanted a fearful rate that it crowded him off the action of the telephone is duo to vibra Â¬ SORENESS Â¬ lowland and up on the side of tho vol- Â¬ tions in an electric current caused by a The vrry chairs are tied in pairs or tub cano which generated steam and caused And made to prance and caper a diaphram set in viabration by tho CHEST TYhat swords are whittled out of stick on explosion which blew up the whole voice the current thus modified repro- Â¬ W hat brave hats made of paper 1 ducing its vibrations on a scsitive dia concern to atoms and shot him four SORETHROAT The dinner bell peals loud and well hundred miles out to sea where he was pliram at tho other end of tho circuit QUTJIST To tell the milkmans coming picked up by a whaler Ho used to tell In tho photophone as the now in Â¬ And then the rush of steaxnar trains vention is called the changes iu the elec- Â¬ me that tho one great mistake of his life SWELLINGS Sets all our ears a humming was that he didnt drive a plug in tho tric current are mado during Its passage How oft I say What shall I do through selenium a substance heretofore crater of the volcano so as to make it SPRAINS To keep these children quiet 7 water tight and then slice open the If I could find a good receipt known only as a chemical curiosity but I certainly should try It FROSTED FEET with the strango property of conducting watermelon and come sailing home on known ATB In 1854 skeletons of some of the men electricity more easily when exposed to the half shell But what to do with these wild boys x EARS And aU their din and cUtter He would lie He said that once he wero discovered In 1859 a paper found light than when in tho dark A steady Is really quite a grave affair was cast away on an iceberg with no in a cairn where it had been placed by light allows a current to pass through an No laughing tnfllng matter HiB am baggage but a pair of skates and a fish ono of Franklins officers briefly saying even resistance a varied light varies the MB Boys win be boys but not for long Sir John Franklin died on tho 11th of resistance so that the current is stronger ing pole But ho skated around until he SCOlXsX Ah could we bear about us came across a dead whale frozen into tho June 1847 blotted out the faint figures or weaker after passing through the selen- Â¬ This thought how very soon our boys Will learn to do without us MBodfljPiiiiis ice So ho took off his shirt it was which the imagination fancied it saw still ium and its variations are easily turned night for six mouths that year up there moving in that northern twilight and in a telephone into vibrations of sound formula which is exact enough for most Hew soon but UH and deep voiced men Wfll gravely can us Mother TOOTH EAR tore it into strips for a wick ran the nearly destroyed Ladys Franklins grief Prof Bell and Mr Taintor have already purposes Sir G Airys suggestion that The Kittens Dinner Or we be stretching empty hands strips through the bamboo fishing rod stricken mind Then half a dozen spoken between points about six hundred the base of the Himalaya range reaches Trom this world to the other Two little girls the older not yet 5 spoons inwrought with Sir John Frank Â¬ Â¬ liquid interior and into the HEADACHE years of age had a present of a kitten stuck the rod into tho fat of the whale lins crest were in 1872 given bya na- Â¬ feet apart and they believe asthat the re- down displaces denser WfumY Estill More gently we should chide the noise a certain amount of that sult can be obtained as far a beam of there and lit the other end He said it burned lira the other day And when night quells the racket tive to Captain Barry an American ex- Â¬ light can flashed The simplest ap- Â¬ liquid so that the exterior attraction is splendidly and Btltch In but loving thoughts and prayers It was the first time in all their little light so stronglythe iceberg reflected the plorer with the statement that he had paratus ofbemany devised consists of a thereby lessened is one which inherently 111 ALL STHEil FAI1S While mending pants and jacket that it was as bright as lives that a cat of any age had ever been token them from a cairn 700 miles dis- Â¬ of flexible material as sil- Â¬ improbable fails to have any application for in the house and they were as delighted dayran forty miles around and one ves- Â¬ tant where books and other relics still plane mirror vered microscope glass or mica which in explaining why the attraction above sel into tho berg thinking it was a now Some Soil Broke the Law as possible and as full of woider over remained Captain Barry with LieutenSj will quiver with vibrations of sound On the seas should be greater than over the At William Hacketts dingy cramped all its ways and doings as if jfcjbeen light house He said he sold the ice- Â¬ ant Schwatka were two years ai No PreparatMa oa earth equals St Jjcoss On as a lira KBBM this is gathered tnrougn a lens a beam continents M Faye propounds the fol- Â¬ berg to the captmn for fifteen thousand quarters in London there were three a rare animal from eras sinnl and csurEiUrnalKtmedy jr trial sataHa Under Tigui irom any source success Having lowing solution to the difficulty dollars and the captain split it up and out by the enterprizo of New Yct bat the comparatively inflias outlay of SO CxTJ aad Try very bnsy people These were Mrs What shall kitty have fclPlwdiri took it home and made two hundred 1 chants and landed at tne nead 01 itep eas raffsnai with pala can hava cheap and positiT proof of tho oceans the globe cools more rapidly in en found with a kerosene or candle its claims DIBICTIOSS IS ILXTH LAXCCISIS Hackett Miss Hnckett and Master uer mamma asked Lulu climbing per Bay Thence going and returning they flame The parallel beam reflected from and to a greater depth than beneath the cent proht disposing of it to ice Hackett They were working upstairs down from her high chair when dinner SOLD IT All HUeaiSTS AH DUltlS III HtlltHK I At a depth of made a sledge journey of 3000 miles the plane mirror is thrown to a distant surface of the continents companies in an attic room sitting about a table on was over CO A VOGELER traveling over ice and snow and what concave mirror and focussed on a piece of 4000 meters 13000 feet the ocean will 000 for Sherwood Lie Well sir he beat any man I which there were dolls doll heads doll Oh you can fix her up something RnUltnore Xd V 8 JU ever came across Told mo that once out was still more difficult over broken and selenium electrically connected with a still have a temperature not remote from bodies All about the room were boxes on a plate replied mamma hastily as jagged clay stone with marshes inter telephone The voice throws the plane 0 degree C while at a similar depth of dolls undressed except for those in- Â¬ she went into the sitting room for she in Nevada a mountain lion attacked him with his mouth wide open He had vening and covered with patches of mirror into vibrations which jnodify in beneath the earths crust the temperature evitable little paper cambric slips which was very busy with some sewing and brown and green moss with purple flow- Â¬ of light which rapidly would be not far from 150 degrees C The Croat Remedy For THE LIVER seem to embody the only inalienable forgot that her little girls knew nothing presence of mind enough to grab it by ers peeping through the crevices of the intensity the ray THE BOWELS and tho KIDNEYS allowing 108 feet in depth down for an in- Â¬ changes the resistance of tho distant sel- Â¬ the tongue and pulL The lion roared right that dolls have in this world These Treat organa are the Natural cleansers of abcut feeding kittens Â¬ stones On this journey they lived and enium this varying the electric current in crease of one degree in the internal temtheSrOrm If they work well fccalta will be per but he did his More to Me than Cold Were the Hacketts Mrs Miss and Five minutes later Bridget poked her with pain and pretty soon level best at preserved their health by eating the food the telephono as the voice now does di- Â¬ perature fect If the becorne cloned dreadful diseases are H the earth had but one pulling the tongue dereloped Dccacre tbe blood U poisoned with the Master dressing dolls to help out beÂ¬ head in at the door Waltou Mm March T 1JS0 which the Exquimaux eat and the game rectly Another means of affecting the uniform rate of cooling all over it it humors that should hare been expelled naxurallj began to give and the tail to shorten H K I U ri E T W O H T wm restore tne natural action lated Santa Clans No Were they Plazemcm do jist come out and and directly out they came the tongue which in some places abounded During beam of light is by a disk perforited would be reasonable to assume that the MaI wish Bto Skitixs on what Vmithf h done for na end tnrow ou tne cuseare Thousand hare been cured ami all my bo For sale ryan Druggists see thim childer making dolls Again no They were the winter tlie thermometer was fre- Â¬ with slits which is rapidly burned pro- Â¬ solidified crust would have the same I hare beenInform with Erysipelas Humor for mor troubled toil in one long continuous my than Mamma dropped her sewing and fol- Â¬ and the unmaking the creatures quently from 59 to 60 degrees below zero ducing in the selenium a continuous thickness and the same average density hody thirtyh 7r8v ina my limbs and other part ofUk U W PAYNE SOXS CORSDfG N T been treat acrrr I commenced and lowed Bridget On the floor behind the string He said he hid em at home and and at one time fell to 103 aay and can First the lovely dears were beheaded whose pitch varies with the all over it It is therefore argued that Ids VaorrisK one year aco last Jlnztzsl medicine truly eem musical tone mmABtfaaTaz aavG he showed em to me but my belief is 1 H has done mor for me than any other Fatent Spark Arresting En Then they were ripped open about kitchen stove sat Lulu and Ella either that they were only three or four cow- Â¬ found no cairn as was told to rapidity of the disks rotation a silent below tho primitive oceans the earths to be perfectly free from this humor and can recommend They glnesmoantecl and on sUdg Would without thia medicine erery where their clavicles wonld have been if side of a largo dinner plate by which hides and a bulls tail dovetailed to- Â¬ Captain Barry but they discovered sev- Â¬ motion thus producing a sound A crust assumed a definite solid thickness it tomore ona than gold not be feel Vertical Engines with Trrot t and I it will proTe a bless Â¬ to ma stood the kitten as if puzzled what to do the doll makers hadnt left the clavicles eral skeletons a ships boat or rather the strango thing is that some substances boilers Eureka Safety poir before the continents and that in con- Â¬ ing to others at it has to me gether Tours most respectfully erswltb Sectional boilers portions exercised out of the darlings When they were about it a few Mas DAVID CLAEK AU He was astonishing as a truth crush- Â¬ prow and stern post ritfi togetherclink placed in the beam of light do not cut off tracting these thicker jBBBBBBBMllrV caat be exploded Ana what do you suppose those two er Said ho served on a gunboat during ered boards still holding all ripped and gaping in a ghastly way gilt the sound A sheet of hard rubber for pressure upon the fluid nucleus tending to VBBBBBBaBBSiLJILj with Automatic Cnt Offs -- and iron bolts little dunces had put on the plate for the war which was to 2000 from shoulder to shoulder they were vypsBBBBBplaBBBYaaT From150 instance made the beam invisible bnt elevate still further the continents This very small and light navy buttons copper Send for Circular State Â¬ emptied of what would have been their that kitten to eat while tho mortar on the deck was very shot cartridges powder cans barrels the musical note was still heard Other hypothesis M Faye thinks will morewhere you saw this J BENTLEY IY1 D says Well there was a large slice of wheat vital organs if it hadnt been sawdust broken medicine and wine bottles axes experiments suggest the possibility of over explain the unequal distribution of I and heavy and the first bread and butter a generous spoonful largethe tried to fire a he saidinch shell and a few barrel staves The rigid clim- Â¬ doing entirely without the electric cur land and sea around the two poles the It has done more good than all Medical Then the heads and bodies were stuffed fifteen of cider apple sauce a pickle and a time ireaimeni Thanksgiving turkey not however like the shell remained stationary while the ate had preserved for over thirty years sent in the telephone at the receiving general rise and fall of continents being with oysters or curry force meat but huge pile of plum pudding fairly recoil was so great that it fired the gun Â¬ pieces of navy blue cloth which were station determined by tho excess of density of yiwxiiKET Oir Feb 9 ISM with costly lnces laces fit to adorn a drowned with sauce the crust below the oceans and by the Ma H It Eiitms Boston Mass boat four miles up the stream and landed scattered along the shores of the inlets Mamma laughed kitty ran under the scrap Sir I hare told during the pat year a considerable line or points of least resistance to in Â¬ Duchess Use Good Langnnge CjEKB aO 0 aaBaBBBBBBBBBaBH it in a tree He was a liar but now hes With the exception of a finger of paper and all cases it BBBBifS0SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBav pointing marked with an index ternal pressure being at the middle con- Â¬ quantity of your Vjerrnx one caseI beliere in young lady a delicate Mr Willxtm Hackett was going to stove and the little girls both cried be- Â¬ dead I reekon hell ketch it has ciren satisfaction In A writer advising the youth to abandon BBBBBBBBBSrBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH9 of about seenteen years was much benefited by its ue emigrate to America He was going to cause kitty would not eat the nice dinner There was no doubt about it Mr southerly no writing of any sort was 3lang and acquire the habit of writing and tinents or at the margin of oceans Her parents Informed me that it had done her more good found than all the medical treatment to which she had preTt open a for shop and a lace shop in the they had fixed for her Â¬ speaking good plain English says The OLeary was very successful as a Yon hare reatd hla notice about tvrrntj But Bridget went and got her a saucer structor of energetia work of fiction conAnd so after enduring great hardships longer you live the moro difficult the ac- Â¬ A Satisfactory Candidate for Life In- Â¬ oosly been subjected tlmra before Bnt did yon erer act upon the ronst United States and make his fortune Tours respectfully tionsooften made namely- - To ask any boot and sho of warm milk and the children forgot bnt no great suffering the expedition quisition of good language will be and if J BESTLET MD surance He had ptrt hit means the gatherings dealer for boots with floodrlelisi Patent Bran returned still leaving to the Exquimuax the golden age of youth the proper time mrr Nleel Rlret Protected Sale GwanUed Josh Billings says and savings a thirry years of work and all their trouble in seeing her Ian it up I knm to the to oatwear any ote erer made If you hara not do so Prince Napoleons Boot Maker - the andeternal cold the remains of for the acquisition of language be passed conclusion lately that life was so onsar lacea tbe rery next time yon want boots or shoes with soles that cconOjnv into will wear like iron and Bar repairs and dont yon buy Loudly in Its Praise A diverting story humorously illustra- Â¬ Franklin and his crew Beyond the fact in abuse the unfortunate victim of tin that the only wa for me tu stand a anr other STAGE AND BOSTRUM NOTES tive of Prince Jerome Bonadarts that they abandoned their vessels the neglected education is very probably fair chance with other folks was tu git My references are any Sewing Machine Company or Toaoarro Ost March 3 1S50 When the Custi m House officials their agents in this country II C GOODRICH proverbial tlirif tiness has recently gone Erebus and Terror and attempted to drag doomed to talk slang for life Money is my life insured and so i kallcd on the Vegktixk Dear Sir Considering the short time that 10 Church St Worcester Mass and 4V Hoyna Are the iacorruVS steamer Mr loarded Tex women to one man go to matinees the round of the Parisian newspapers Chicago 111 their boats overland in the hopes of not necessary to procure this education m Agent of the Garden Angel Life Insur- Â¬ has been before the pnhliehereit sells well as a blood reportedhis a for arising Hackett without hesiiav in Albany Our customers speak It appears that during the latter part of launching them in the open water again He has to use the language he reads in Â¬ ance Co and answered the following frontierIn and first troublesmedicinefrom sluggish or torpid class is a dolls and toys ftfitJ storx bJ while his CO 3 John B Gocon serms to be in good his cousins reign the prince became dis- Â¬ nothing is yet nothing probably ever stead of the slang he hears to form taste questions which was put tu me over the loudly its praise Cor Queen andWRIGHT AStreets Elizabeth wares were rummaged 90 roughly that health He vrill lecture in several Vir Â¬ satisfied with his boot maker and form- Â¬ will be definitely known of their strug-Â¬ from the best speakers and poets of the top ov a pair ov goold specks by a slik Master Hackett also sk nding by A rnrloaltw to everx one and - neeeaajty ginia towns ally withdrew his custom from that gle and their end country to treasure up choice phrases in little fat old feller with a little round to all sindrn s or Ilia ory ora RUclon thought that some of th doll heads irsniltwljrom the THE KORAN OF MOHAMMED Josn Billings han written a new lec- Â¬ artist who continued nevertheless to his memory and habituate himself to grey head and as pretty a little belly on ou their must surely burst open and 3v Arable by George Sale Formerly published at 1273 a Boy Inventors LifeB Probabilities Perhaps ornament me front 01 nis shop with at- Â¬ Ques- Â¬ new beautiful type neat ctoth bound edition price their use avoiding at the same time that him as enny man ever owned secrets But the mvestijrafcuoik ended ture Purveyor to his tractive inscription 35 cent and 6 cents for postage Catalogue of many tions 1st Are you mail or femail Some of the most important inventions pedantic precision and bombast which FBEFABED BT If without any cracked skulls thty was Bain Perhaps Not standard works remarkably low in price with extra terma to clnbs free fray where yon saw this adrertisement Bemiew the elocutionist who taught Imperial Highness thePrinceNapoleon have been tho work of mere boys The show rather weakness and vain ambition so pleze state how long you have been passed paid on thedolls while the laces H R STEVENS Noticing this delusive announcement one invention of the valve motion to the than the polish of an educated mind Boston Mass Xixicii Book Eichiiox Tribune Building N Y so 2d Are you subject to fits and if Miss Neilson siid that she was slow of in free so do yu have more than one at a time apprehension ha1 a bad memory but day as he drove past the shop Prince steam engine was made by a mere boy The Hacketts in good humor itx0 3d Did yu ever have enny ancestors was patient and industrious It took her Jerome sent a member of his household Watts left the engine in a very incom- Â¬ What He Had Done rooms and again the dolls were beheao and if so how much 4th Du yu ever Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists nearly a year to irarn the lines of Juliet to the boot maker with positive orders plete condition from tho fact that he had Â¬ ed disemboweled and reconstrnctetL A local Talmage held a series of meet that the inscription should be forthwith no way to open or close the valves ex- Â¬ have enny nite mares 5th Are yu BEFORE BUYING OR RENTING AN Af one of tfic 5iiladelphia theaters ice removed As however he subsequently The laces were worked over and carded ings near Amsterdam Boletourt County married and single or are yu a bachelor a toy shop was opened and Master water is supplied during the acts As found that his commands had been dis- Â¬ cept by means of leavers operated by the Va in which he was quite successful Huokett instead of going off to fight the no idoves or orarrgo peel is supplied gen Â¬ regarded he took legal proceedings hand He set up a large engine at one At the closing service of the meetings he 6thyuDo yu believe in a future state do state it 7th Have yu ever Send for our LATEST Iuxstsated rarALOoca 32ppito Indians and to get scalped was set to tlemen find this arrangement so unsatis Â¬ against the boot maker for unlawful and of the mines and a boy was hired to rose for his farewell address He spoke If SSI and sttlxs so how did it Triih aiwtsrScntfrtr at MASON upward or A 38 ier quer OUG A trrandup keep it while Miss Hackett presided factory that thejy will have to go outside mendacious advertisment of his the work these valve levers although this of the great ingathering of souls at committed suicide and if answering the 1M TrmontSt BOSTOX 46 EastHAMLIN NEW AN CO YORK llth St seem to affect yu was not hard work yet it required his a place of so little tendency to religion After thirsty know when BI CARB over the lace shop Ton and 19 Wabash Art CHICAGO princes patronage Tho defendants constant attention As he was working TjEECaovENt of the many sheaves that had been gath- Â¬ above questions like a man in the con why her laces could be sold at low prices piano is about to be counsel in the course of his pleadings SODA A XKSICra W1TBOCT A S1T1L levers he saw that parts of ered whence he had heard only leaves firmotif the slik little fat old feller with these low prices bring quick sales thus Mr offered for sale- by its present owner a endeavored in the following ingenious the engine moved in the right di- Â¬ could come Walking rapidly back and goold specks on ced I was insured for Hackett scon found himself back in residvt of Clausenberg Transylvania Is the best io the World It is absolutely pure Ills the manner to show cause why his client London ready to bring out another It was Tresentet I by the maker Wagee should not be compelled to withdraw rection and at the exact time that forth gesticulating furiously he woke life and proberly would remain so for a best for Medicinal Purposes It fa the best for Baimg term ov years I thanked him and ho had to open or close the valves lotof immigrant dolls to find homea in lit- Â¬ of Pesth to D jethoven when he was the offending inscription arguing that the echoes for mdes around Waving smiled aid all Family Ttes Sold by all Druggista and Grocers one ov my most pensive smiles He procured a strong cord and made one tle Yankee girls hearts In the meantime writing IieJio such a decision on the part of the court end fast to the proper part of the engine his bony hands above the congregation have done a good work some things had happened among oth Â¬ PENNA SALT MANUF CO he shouted Phila I Possession given to day or sooner Theater Homagers are in capital would infallibly result in serious preju- Â¬ and the other end to the valve lever the ers the Chicago fire By this many humor over the business prospect for the dice and loss to the boot maker here I am like the celebrated Na- Â¬ if desired is tho way they rent houses For BAMllI V BEATTIS boy had the satisfaction of seeing the en Â¬ poleon who upon an occasion of great and many a little girl was left doll less in Kansas City winter seasons The he observed hitherto passers by whose ensuing fall and many a boy top less All over the outlook is magniicent and so far the attention was attracted by the announce- Â¬ gine move off with perfect regularity of success exclaimed SicsemiKrtyrannis motion A short time after the foreman Asa perfectly reliable and economical reme- Â¬ country from New England and New traveling troupe speculations have all ment in question stopped entered the I came I saw and I conquered came around and saw the boy playing dy we cordially recommend Dr Bulls Cough THE GKEAXESX York and Ohio and the great North- Â¬ done fairly we2l Il tTOrS SUB BaSS fc OCT COCFIJEB none having been shop and bought boots freely of my marbles at the door Looking at tho en Â¬ Syrnp Price 25 cents a bottle For Bale every- Â¬ west and the Pacific coast while mam- Â¬ wrecked or swarroed AND KIDNEY LIVER MEDICINE client And why did they so Because gine he soon saw tho ingenuity of the where He Didnt Get Mixed mas were boiling and baking and pack- Â¬ of High they had already baid to themselves An alJSancebefci veen a 81U3 lip EVER KNOWN boy and also the advantages of so great Tho Lewistown Me Journal says When a young loafer has a rich father ing boxes of clothing for the burnt out Church clergymen andnumber toned Sent on Trial Warranted Catalogue Free Prince Napoleons boot maker That an invention lugh HUNTS EEMEDY has saved from linger Â¬ Mr Watts then carried A cross eyed old fellow with his chin he is called The promising son of Address DANIEL F BEATTY Washinflton NJ folks and papas were giving their ing disease and death hundreds who have been under the name of must be a good workman and an un- Â¬ out the boys inventive genius in a prac and throat muffled in a luxurious crop of When his father Is poor he is simply given up by physieiana to die checks freely the dear little boys and actors and aresst commonly cheap one in the bargain We tical form and made the steam engine a hair got off a Central train in Auburn a The Church and Stage Guild HKiTS REMEDY cures all Diseases fitting himself for the gallows girls were getting tops and dressing dol- Â¬ beeu formed arid ihe guild has heldlias will give him a trial H you forco him month KTerrcreduatiirearanteedarajingBlt of the Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs its perfect automatic working machine few days ago He deliberately fished a nation AdrV R Valentine Manager JanesTilleWI lies to comfort the bnrnt out children Dropsy Gravel Diabetes and Inconti Â¬ Shoemaker the well Dr first meeting at the Dilettante Club in to remove his inscription the peripatetic The power loom is the invention of a chunk of chalk from his breeches pocket snrgeonC Heading Pa offers to known aural nence and Retention of Urine send by mail nf And Santa Clous you must know was Argyll street London Many English will certainly infer that ho must farmer boy who had never seen or heard and marked a good sized white cross on HUNTS REMEDY encourages sleep creates of charge little book on one of the heaviest sufferers from the actors and actressesvwere present and of Eublic an appetite braces up the system and renewed his prices and will hurry of such a thing He whittled one out one of the cars He then asked the way free ditsebes of a valuable especially on deafness running and the ear health is the result great fire Thousands and thousands Americans Mr anu Mrs W JFlore- Â¬ past his shop with averted eyes The with his jack knife and after he had got to the pump and took a drink When ear and catarrh and their proper treatment HUNTS KEMEDY cures Pain In tho of his Christmas toys were destroyed boot maker it need scarcely be added it all done he with great enthusiasm NEW LAW Thousands of Soldiers and heirs enti Â¬ Side Back or Loins General Debility nce ho got back to the train he was asked giving references and testimonials that will tled Pensions date back to discharge or death Tfsi Female Diseases Disturbed Sleep Los But when the great holiday came around WnEN Edwin Booth was at Stratford-on-Avo- n was cast but one can not help regretting showed it to his father who at once why he put the chalk mark on the car tuuBiv me muni BKepucai auutceb aanuuvtof Appetite Blights Disease and all ZiMitaf Address with stamp the children in the land stood by their not to git Complaints of the Urlno Genltal Organs My wife told me said he he received marked attention that so humorous n plea should havo kicked it pieces saying ho would have GEO E uniojf Are You Sat In flood Health T blessed old saint and friend Many a on all hands Among other compliments been disallowed by a French tribunel HUNTS REMEDY quickly iDducea tho no boy about him that would spend his off tho tram at all for fear I might git in j If tho Liver is the source of your trouble you P O Drawer 323 Waahlngton B C XJver to healthy action removing the causes Christmas box they sent to Chicago for he was invited by the custodians of the London Telegraph time on such foolish things The boy the wrong keers I thought Id put a can find an absolute remedy in Da Sajjfords that produce Bilious Headache Dyspepsia school this and that burnt out Sunday AMONTH Agents Wanted Sour Stomach Costlveness Piles Ac was delighted at the idea of learning a mark on the train so I should know it Liveb Isvioobatob the only vegetable cathar cottage to write his name 4 urKiiiuxiiriraiD iu oriubarnBy the use of HUNTS REMEDY tho tic which acts directly on the Lives Cures all And so it come that there was a Christma- Shakespeare upon the Bit of Colorado Romance pie free JAY BKOSfrOS Detroit Mica trade and he soon found that his new was tho richt one actors pillor high up Btomach and Bowels will speedily regain their i Bilious discabcs Book address Dn Sas- For s-tree for a certain Presbyterian Sun Â¬ Prday at home Samples worth S fraa Â¬ strength and the Blood will be perfectly purified master was kind and took a lively interin QU Address Srrasox Jt Co Portland Main which is at the right of the fireplace One of the richest lions roBD 162 Broadway Now York 1U 191 day school in Chicago all of whose in the room in which Shakespeare was the present date looks as of this city at est in him He had made a loom of what HUNTS REMEDY ia purely vegetable and A Fortunate Indorse if were he in meets a want never before furnished to the pub of Mlrh- gifts had been sent by children lie and the utmost reliance may he placed in it moment He was also cut rtained at a din- Â¬ would was left of one his father had broken up It is our observation that not every one Tbe Voltaic Brit Co Marshall places that is to say born Clonton in an ancient mansion Pans aat the proper and carry hemitrail- Â¬ which he showed to his master The who backs bis neighbors paper al- Â¬ Will send their Electro Voltaic Belts to the HUNTS REMEDY Is prepared express- Â¬ ner at wear bonnet rouge a Â¬ ly for the above diseases and has never nobody knew by the time the articles that Shakespeare nsea to visit Mr leuse Farther up in the mountains the blacksmith saw he had no common boy ways escapes with his purse untouched afflicted upon 30 days trial See their adverOn 30 Days paper headed been known to fall Lye and tisement in this m Isth Original Soap ConntradDirections had reached the txee Maker One trial will convince you For Sola M Reliable Family But there ore occasions when a man can Trial Booth is one of tho governors of the air of this lion would set the fashions not as an apprentice and that the invention by all Druggists Send for Pamphlet to mSccMTiranT each Can for miking llArd Among other things on this certain Shakespeare Memorial lYieater at Strat-Â¬ only of a camp but many of jts visitors was a very valuable one He imme Â¬ give his endorsement and convey a bene Â¬ mwSon and Toilet Vobd nukklr Ills WM E CLARKE Providence B X the Vege Â¬ Yeoetuie Tho great success Ask your grocer for foil weicht and strength diately had a loom constructed under the fit all around Mr A W Wetzel of tine as a cleanser and purifier ofofthe blood is tree was a wonderful dolly in a marvel Â¬ ford Prices 75 cents and 125 large slie also The brigand stylo is exceedingly NAPOMF1KR and tak no other 111 suffered for years with Dys Â¬ shown beyond a doubt by tho great numbers ous dress of pink gauze Anna Dickinsons newjlay is thought fascinating to the eyes of romantic supervision of the boy it worked to their Nauvoo PENNA SALT MANUFACTURING CO pepsia and used all kinds of medicine who have taken it and received immediate reÂ¬ If I could havo that said Josie by competent critics to in it the ele- Â¬ impracticable young woman and also to perfect satisfaction and tho blacksmith Hawley stop crying about my ments of success It is on American lads with halfi grown mustaches saw furnished the means to manufacture the in vain until he tried the Hamburg lief with such remarkable cures I Id PETROLEDfl JOLT a bnrnt np dolly comedy of good society of the present a young lady at Georgetown whose eyes looms the boy to receive one half the Drops which quickly cured him He Tire habit of running over boots and shoes Grand Medat elrer Medal wonderful corrected with Lyons Patent Heel Stiffeners profits In about a year the blacksmith i now warmly indorses this Why dont you pray to get it said time There are four acts and the and heart had become entangled with the at Fans at Philadelphia Hi portion ajposiuon Pa by Clark Ive been praying for scenes are laid in New Ybik and tho man who was too familiar with sharp wrote to tho boys father that he should remedy Indianapolis Intl Daily in tho Two thirds of the axle grease used that picture book up there ever hince I neighborhood This wonderful snb tancols acknowlededby physicians is tho knives and 1 do not refer to the town bring with him a wealthy gentleman who Sentinel Kate Vivian United States is made by the Frazer Lubricator throughout the world to be the best remedy OaScoTered first saw it leading female part and it is a pairt that butcher This lassie secured a fino bron- Â¬ was the inventor of the celebrated power for the cure of Wounds Burns Rheumatism Skin DisÂ¬ Company Buy the genuine Remedy for Bono Felons Well will said little Jbie order Piles Catarrh Chilblains will tax tho capabilities of a good actress cho with a scarlet saddle cloth and over loom You may bo able to judge of the FOR CHILLS AND FEVER easesmar try it It Obtain up in 13 Ac Indrufjwt that eery and S3 cent bottle for one is put She put her hands up to her eyes AVilhofts Fever and Ague Tonic The eld The London lancet which is author- Â¬ household ae and you it from your Two of the xople are business men one her handsome dark green gold buttoned astonishment at the old home when Ids JV3D ATiIj 33XS3SIAS2BS will find it superior to anything joa hart erer used and looking through hei lingers to keep is a journalist and one is a doctor habit she wore a gold mounted leather son was presented to him as the inventor ity on such subjects gives the following reliable remedy uow sells at one dollar CAUSED BT the coveted dolh in sight she said There are only eight characters in the belt to which was attached a sheathed who told him that his loom was the same unique cure for bono felons Malarial Poisoning nnnBhtcralYlvnnnrtnotliCTS Jfow I lay me down to secp As soon as the diseaso is felt put di I Dll MAKCHIbI8 VTERINE CATIIOLlrOX will posi- good knife with a guarded hilt In tho band as the model that ho lied kicked to pieces play Although a comedy it pray the Iird my soul to keep J OF THE BLOOD ilrely cure Female Wtikntu such as Falling of the year before Western Trade rectly over the spot a fly blister about fieri While Chionie Iiiftnntmation or Clcerstion cl If I should die before I wake deal of a drama and has a sjHfxmo- - of ier Derby cap she wore a lighter but a A Warranted Cure llie size oi your uiumu muj ami let li me l lerus incidental liemorrnigw or r looaing luunu T10UETTE1BUSINESS knife that glistened both of which and Is that the right way Menstruation I pray five Abbey has evidently rmmeiip his might be useful in her hands if she were Why Some Americans Like EnglaJ remain for six hours at the end of which buppresea and Irregularpostal card for aAc An oldwith This is the cheap and onlr comolele and I e liable pamphlet reliable remedy Send Mn the Santa Clans has tooked it work on Etiquette and B mines and tSoctai Forms It physicians and under the surface time In pr roa bt all DBXoeisTi- - an tells how to perform all thw rariont duties of life and has often occurred to me that many blisterdirectly be seen the felon of the tieatment to cures and certificates fromUtica Xew York mind that the Passion Play will be attacked by a Colorado grasshopper ad- Â¬ It IIOHARTH A BALLARD down she cried patients may which how to PPar to the bent advantage on all occasions city terms she openly expressed her gold by all DraggUU Jl JO per bottle of the New Yorkers who do not come to A lady had just whispered to Santa popular in New York for ho has made miration for the town desperado Agent Want eI bend forcircuUrs containing A full He London have kindred feelings and are can be instantly taken out with the description of the work and extra terms to Agent Claus He was looking straight into arrangements to perform it for eightÂ¬ conld and would protect a womans honor Philadelphia Pa Address yATioiAiPcsi4HiieCo point of a needle or lancet weeks The work of selecting the cosin similar positions to tho Londoners eager face Jories Ferry Pain tumes of which three hundred will bo with his very life she lisped to the who do not go to New York Similarly is Tins leantifiil doll he said rars concerning our X Grrntrr Dlacovery than Elt ctriclty necessary has been begun The time of stanch fellow who corrnlled her tired it seems to mo that the nice people you IS REtOJlJIEJfnEn for the good little girl Josie Hawley dol Yes and kill her too when meet in America are like tho nice people I have spent over two thousand Chi- Bt rhynciim by iluiimarui M ilvtutm hj JTerhm vrill be about three hours bronchos Oh where was the little girl who had representition a bySuna u HotpuaSr BY CTEKTBODY L she was in his way or vexed him and you meet in England But said an lars said J D my Harvey Esq of i ent that pretty doll She ought to and a half It has been decided tliat the that is what he has done more than once wife of Rheumatism BE eCBEfor American artist to me discussing these cago to cureof PAIN Kill FR names of the actors shall not bo printed have been there to see Josios radiant Â¬ Throat 4 hllla There is consider-Â¬ is we all know but we cannot prove it affinities I have just come up from Two bottles all St Jacobs Oil accomhappy face as tvro eager arms were on the programme Dlarrhcra Iya-iit-rCramps Cholera the medical treatment plished what andall Bowel toraplnlnta SeSfrfJfiSf- - STANDARD BOOKS able diversity of opinion in theatrical Hell be lucky if he dont find himself Cookham on tho Upper Thames and and other remedies failed to effect I reÂ¬ reached out to receive the leauty Address FOttstHEE JlcJlAHIX made info a tasslo by Mr Lynch some you ask mo why we Americans get so at- Â¬ circles with regard to the financial result One day in the following January rem- ISO TVet Filth St Cincinnati onlo PAIN Kll I FR TIE The poor girl cried a tached to England when wo really get to gard it as a greater discovery than elec- Â¬ known to the Mrs Hawley was thinking in despond Â¬ of the enterprise some persons thinking hright midnightoff her tricity and a boon to tho human race World for Kirk Ilradarhr laln In the belt and knives and ing mood of her mined fortunes when that great throngs will bo attracted to little athen laid awoke from her bright know tho country I will tell you It Chicago Tribune nark Pain In the Mdr Rnenmatlam and Xeuralgla is settled It is quiet you can rest thcbpactacle by curiosity others that with deep sigh Josie ran into the room crying TJQUEVnON ABIir THE My dolly is the moral sense of the community will be dreams Denver Letter to Chicago here I walked from Cookham to Med Come quick mamma While making a call at a neighbors A lovely spot I and menham Abbey shocked and that the great mass of Times drownded all to pieces in the baf tub a young lady of Madison Ohio said to a Why Joie vhat have you been theater goers will refuse to countenance Society has been aptly compared to a my companion were the only persons cat that came into the room JU equal Kaxtug nur tt bttn fevnd doing said mamma hastening to the it There is a rumor afloat that active heap of embers which when separated there A few callers came ladies and Why pussy I havent been your WFor Sale by nil Medicine Dealer bo looked for from the soon languish darken and expire Jbnt if gentlemen boating down the Thames opxsition mav best In the World for sal by the babies yet are they pretty all TTYTANTKIs AcnteTerTwhretotl oat goods ty Church The 6th of I pived her a luf her wanted a baf Boman Catholic date fixed upon for the placed together glow with a ruddy and and that was eliiningQuiet fresh lovely V sample to familiM Tho cat immediately went out and re- Â¬ We ne amaetiTa rrsnts St Paul Minneapolis fcHanitooa RB CO river an abbey a December is the and flrst class goods to your customers we gixe too good so bad Mild Josie intense heat a just emblem of the meadows turned with a kitten in her mouth we prepar all express charges we furnish out Three dollars per acre allowed the settler for break Eroftts first representation New York Even- Â¬ strength happiness and the security 1000 years old and a quiet country hotel which she laid at the feet of her ques- Â¬ There in and on the Iroominp deep Write for particulars tnx and cnluTation For particulars apply to like a private gentlemans house Why tioner with n cataract roaring from the open TEOrLES TEA CO Box 30X1- - ft Louis Mo ing Joxt derived from the union of mankind The D A McKlNLAY Id Gold gireu away BendVstamp faucet was the licantifnl dolly all im- Â¬ JLand Commls iloner it InaI2Clnn Clara Morkis says that different savage who never knew tho blessings of sir in my country that hotel would have THE JtESSEX-forparticulsrs pasted One fair foot and the fairer cities have widely different estimates of combination and ho who quits society been a great white staring modern Lewisburg Union Co fa GER A Happy Restoration TRUTH and MHJXi head had gone to the bottom of the tub present plays that I owe St Louis people she particu- Â¬ from apathy or misautlrropic spleen are palace with smokinghowlingflirting and I can trnly sayrestoration tomrthe hopesexist Â¬ going on ence and happy and The beautiful nnglucd curls were float Â¬ larizes vrill go to see Article 47 just like the separated emblers dark dead cocktail making and Peace joys of life to the uto of WarnerH Safo Kidney ing in a tangled mass on the restless as long as a oman can drag herself on useless they neither give nor receive that would drive you mad quiet finish tho end of things a dream and Liver Cure and I pay to every one suffer- Â¬ waves the stage to play it and just as long as heat they neither lovo nor are beloved ing from any manner of Sidney liver or xirinary repose said mamma as And what it this thcvha clegs to get into the theater To what acts of heroism and virtue in of old worlds a present of live on nwhere trouble Ue this remedy and recover Representing the choicest selected Tortoise Shell and mod you may cultivate art and ON W E Samobd having rescued the other parts her hand with Night after night they will pack ever age and nation has not the impetus crate income that is why we Americans Amber The lishtestriandcmestandstronMtBnown N Y Feb 25 1880 Holler the house and as if there never was such of affection given rise To what gloomy love England dunged and brought np the head We will send oar Electro Voltaic Belts and oth English letter to New sJnniung Jioniton Jace was hanging another play in tho world Change tho misery despair and even suicide has Bold by Opticians and Jewelers Made by 6FEXCEK O Electric Appliances npon trial for thirty dars to thee I alSicted with Irmnu Vigils and duemnej a vertancl One KlTThousand Dollar Cnlti d States RrgutrrnJ Four M CO 13 Maiden Lane Xew York bill and perhaps you may have 11 house from it Did anybody ever contin nature Also of the Liter KidneTs Kberunatisni Pa not the desertion of bociety led How York Times Amoxo tho Sisters of Mfrcy who ac- Â¬ Ter Cent Bond will be forfeited and pad by the Malt Bit A mn cure evarmlud iaji Ac VultaleBelt Co or no pay ued mamma pulling at the lace and but the chances are that they will resent often in tho busy haunts of men are all Addre tho Eussinu army are two tlks Cohtast to any i mil rid nil or to any society of phju GUIDE 3Iartiall Mich TnE practice of snake feeding with company T the alteration f the programme by our noblest and gentlest virtues called drawing out yard after yard Family Medicine dxngsista if Malt BiTTra WITH cinor FOR d horn easily made and a licnuty Costly S72STwk Address Tara A Co Angnsta Main free Put on forth And how in the bosom of a re live animals at the London Zoological PrincessesThese women with a fabulous rreparedby them does sot excel in a fair coropetatiT Further investigation followed dolly letting you severely alone BUSIjXJESS maintain out of examination all other medical compounds now before th Gardens is complained of Special strebs fortune Article 47 again and they will come I cluse do all the soft emotions languish V Cln 0 dishocted and a marvelous anatomi Â¬ was Forty-ttro-SAX their own means tho well appointed public called Bitter in the follow rtnlar is laid on the case of a unhappy Guinea Ii Il FAR th Wet Busine and Social juni and You see might say like hungry rats after a piece I and grow faint cal structure was revealed 7 7 A - Ontflt J 1 DiorsTiTK Towxi Hand Book Ttr rmtMiahfxH to Mnh th UlHf It tI 7 I I Ae- IEAR and expenses T no pig with a young family who tried to ambulances to which they are attached there Free Address j 2 Nketk Power UOWTOItOKVKiTHIMI Low it was do you not It was one of of cheese Then times is Camilleacted it I Kw to t in the Wstwar -v tlCKEBT Antnita Maine your own lawyer IIowiid tmsinrs ciirecllr andauc 3 Blood Pioiuciso Powxa shield them with her body from the piti Â¬ it has lieeu The price of a bonnet in Lima depends the Hackett dolls which by mistake matter how many Power 4 tract in weK n H IUlutt A Friendship which flows from theheait A Fljwm Paoiticixo ilriitisr Malt LlTTrn a pure risrully IIimf luiieiaf souHf andiurTt ty prlf IiJV and Sfifi Jfree Address ww1 own- -COTerms and 10atfll Vaijl ftbE get its lace insides taken out on Ice 1st aid Best TrfriBrIiisftjriaMlioniuliiti8Utt and no matter how badly it is a sure card on the euneney you liave If Peruvian less reptile itltiiiaId Portland Maine Extract f Malt Hup Cnhtarii Iiuu etc all claftr on A itlVreh cannot be frozen by adversity as this iiiffriiitetl mojt Economical and Best Medicine lor all all or pjrt tiin Uht know wbythi iiIh Vunlrl fur aerica its arrival in Brooklyn and Chicago In San Fran Â¬ the figures are SliiO if gold you can are the Purest To Untcf KhW tIu BOOR AGENTS Mil i kratKii trINbritvr than anyw her api Alas for those that never sing bnt die water that flows from the spring does not ages and bothsexe erer callrd Bitters for terms to Of courseiTmhitkr couldnt le kept cisco the people can not he hired to go tike it along for 2 and please call Commerce St Philad Pa DOl LANS imoS 35 W Olh M Ontl O Tlait Hitters Compnny Boiton Maw with all their music in them i congeal in winter i igain published far and sit through it out of the papers it - The Bofk and wide I presume you read an account of it Some custom house off- Â¬ icers did and the Hacketts did not They took a London paper setting it down that American newspapers were sen- Â¬ sational and unreliable The custom house folks had their explanation about the lace stuffed doll the lace was smuggled lace They wrote it down on their Beware of dolls memorys tablets Mr Hackett was coming in on a second venture- while this inscription was fresh on the tablets When his dollB were exposed for in Â¬ spection the investigator took one in his hand It was a beautiful creature with long Saxon curls black eyes bright cheeks and a rose bud mouth There is surely not a little girl in all the world who could have looked at it without a flutter What do you think that hard hearted officer did He took the head in his right hand the bright face against his great palm while the left grasped the darling just over the little heart if there had been a heart in its body He laid the neck across the boxs edge and broke the pretty head off so that it would have bothered Master Hackett expert that he was to reconstruct that doll Doubtless there never was another lot of dolls that paid a higher fee than Mr Hacketts for admission into our country SL Nicholas Â¬ A TERRIBLE LIAR The Franklin Expedition It was thirty five years last July since Franklins ships were for the last time seen in Baffins Bay Three years after- Â¬ ward England sent the first expedition in search of him and his men and since that time more than twenty more have sailed Little by little and pieco by piece they have brought home the relics and mementoes which have gradually told tho story of the fate that overtook them in that land of perpetual Ice F01 many years there were floating about vague beliefs that he and his men were still alive and might one day be found again This tradition was fostered by Lad Franklins devotion to her hus bands memory and her heroic measures for discovering the secret locked up somo Her where In tho dreary Arctic wastes bereavement infected the sympathies of the civilized world and tho crusades which were preached and led sometimes by English pluck often by American enterprise have at last brought back the tidings that nothing more can ever be THE PU0T0PH0NE Causes of tho Present Figure or the Earth The Compt8 Rcndus of the French Acerny contains a remarkable paper by M Fayo on the physical forces which have produced the present figure of the earth After remarking on the use of the pendulum in determining the figure of the earth from series of measurements of the intensity and direction of tho gravitation force at different parts of the earths surface he draws attention to the very curious fact that while the direction and intensity of gravity are affected per- Â¬ ceptibly by the presence of hills such as Schichallion and Arthurs Seat or even by masses as small as the great pyramid of Gizeh gigantic mountains such as the Himalayas and great elevated plateaux and table lands do not affect the pendulum indications in any sensible manner except in certain cases where upon elevated continents there appears to be a veritable defect of attraction instead of the excess which might be expected Indeed the observations are sufficiently striking to seem to point to the supposi- Â¬ tion that not only under every great mountain but even under the whole of every large continent there wero enor- Â¬ mous cavities More than this the at- Â¬ traction at the surface of all the great oceans appear too great to agree with the distribution presumed by Clairants BompiBfc I Mystery of Exchange Most of our readers are aware that tho quotation of foreign exchange represents a premium considerably in excess of the actual fact but we doubt whether all of them know precisely what is the dif- Â¬ By the usage of bankers the ference old Spanish dollar is assumed as the par of exchange one pound sterling being equal to four and forrr ninths of these In point of fact however in dollars the established moneys of Great Britain and the United States a pound sterling containedas much gold as 487of United States money andtihisis the true par of exchange or rate which must be used in converting the money of one country into that of the othjr For instance if anything aosts 100 in Great Britain it true value expressed in the money of the United States is 187 Accordingly it is a fact familiar to all bankers that when exchange is quoted at 109 there is no real premium but the truo par has been attained because if we multiply 444 4 9 which is the nominal par by 109 which 18 then the quoted rate we get 487 which is the true par We need scarcely add that it is owing to this circumstance that the exports of gold from tho United States aro not larger jf there really existed such a heavy premium on bills of exchange as many persons suppose it would be immensely profitable to exgxirt gold to Great Brit- Â¬ ain In point of fact in view of the necessary expenses of freight insurance and loss of interest the margin does not moro than cover the risk Tne United States half eagle it may be added con- Â¬ tains 116 grains of pure gold equivalent to 5 tho British sovereign or pound sterling 113 grains equivalent to 487 Economist of United States money Sherwood a valuable estate of 725 acres near Hampton Va has been sold to Mr Janerf of Surry County for 3 005 A few days before the war the late George Booker the owner refused 75 GREAT GERMAN GOTTn in ACRES Vegetine r bbbsU BB int ln The Koran VEGETINE ORGAN I - ml cnEHa H NATRONA vyONLY ORGANS 65 f i VCUNC MENaraV1 PENSIONS 350 I OAPONIFIE v Winn R I hr3 I SiW v y A- t i isa I I I E NCYCLOPEDIA Price uu 100 M ler AGENTS r Extraorflinary Offer nrr Bai RED RIVER VALLEY Best Liniment Made Wheat Lands 2000000 Acres I Fitters SCiUlIU CELLULOID EYE CLASSES s 30 DAYS TRIAL TO SUCCESS and SOCIETY r 1 -- -ju a