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Digital page images are linked to the text file. this season Wasted Oatea A JPrice of Subscription S3 ESTABLISHED 1859 liamson HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 delphia and followed by Col H H li lnatHul mcncannOT De accompusnea oai Si Hadley Gen George P Este T B fl with tho consent and annroval of n lartre pro portion of the North dirmnplvm The Four Wakeman Gen P H Jones Col E constitution declares M Lee Gen H G Worthington Paid teenth amendment to tho States nor any Stato neither tho United S Forbes Samuel S Patterson John Shall assumo or pay any debt or obligation in T Green Georgo H Mitchell Col enrred in aid of insiuTocuonor rebellion against thg United States or any claim for the loss or Runklc of Philadclpliia and other Re ifcaancipation of anv slave but all such debts publicans Col Forney took a scat claims shaU be held illegal and t0na MV Lonanl tho right of the Jerome and was greeted with severaK do alter or amend tho constitution it fa w rounds of applause Mr Jcromo in SII3 that tho alteration or amendment shall be PrDP8d by two thirds or both houses of Con- opening tho meeting said 1 -- 1880 LVL--N- O 5 1 OTOir jj u Bept 30 1S3U letter of Gen Hancock in United States Minister to Central Amer- Â¬ ftarmpnfc nf rNIma Imtm nn All JTea With Any Character to ica by President Grant and served until Fluids of thoso who know him that about a year ago when he resigned carry out his views as therein Lose Among Them Will Tote and Bev Solomon Pool was professor of that he will promptly veto Work for Hancock looking to such compensation mathematics in tho University of North be asked for loss incurred bv iunuuia onuwna niterward Jresiilent uostox Oct a Sjatcs In the Rebellion by the Winthrop writes to tho Pott stat Â¬ Hcro the Policy of the Republican of tho university for several years Wa Robert eiaios and also thatne win A Gurthrie is a prominent lawyer and ing that his name was used without his consent r tho repeal of anv and all lParty Drove the Most Decent Â¬ among tbe list of Vice Presidents at tho Demo politician in North Carolina John Ty-Â¬ making it poasible for claim- cratic rally Wednesday night Mr Winthrop of Its Southern Members pay as loyal citizens From ler Jr of Virginin is the son of Presi- Â¬ says that for many years he has becnan inde Â¬ hern States and bv a crcat Prom Its Banks dent Tyler ltov E P Phelps was a nvcnuV called on ap pendent voter and finally confesses Democratic members of Con- ho is I am glad to meet so largo a number of Bo- - EJFCUTCR3 Xcplfttures of two thkds of opposed to any concerted arraythat solid Hayes elector for the State at large in pnblicans who liko mvself intend to vote for South have come exrjrensiona of Norths against solid Souths Tho sectkmalaa Virginia in 1876 and was a lay delegate and fully agreeing to the views Gen Hancock Wo belong to that body of indo- lf8KiaVmlmenfiwhcnra0BCd tagonlsm and contentions aro worthy of all pendent Republicans who onlywisn that the n Hancock At a conference of prominent Southern from the State of Virginia to tho General countryshalbowcUwcrnodIf ever there was EH conventions hi tlircc fourttw thereof reprobation and never pwfe so than when fo- Â¬ occupied by Gen Garfield upon Ropublicnns twenty nine Tho HouUi has mented and kept alive on the ono side or tho e payment of claims is and has held in New York Inst Conference of tho Methodist Church a time ti hen tho ordinary lay voter could prop- - Mh laCl0nM Tftrnnlil mill rn a itnlul Hnnlli winch met in Cincinnati last favorable to claimant than crly tako it upon himself to break out of partv owcr icr uio purpose or prolonging partv r Mlkfn week tho following address indicative White is an eminent lawyer May Alex birtccn Northern States to alter or amend pow cr They brought on Uio war and thoy rtMl residing in by Gen Hancock in bis letter trammel this is the time Wo aro at peace- of tho feeling among tho class of men Dallas Tex He was a member of Con Â¬ Gen Mocuius amendment as wo aro charged with ue-- interfere with tho best fruits of peace The be fact that Gen Garfield was to lio Denial of tbe Slntc nun an mo worm ana ougut would at peace DC BBW acmanaeu requcnuxi or contcmpiauxi couditioajjf4JBrcdffK Committee on Appropriations no bo atnenca thcBMcbres thefeiwcen ourselves who stood by tho Itepublican party in gress from Alabama in 1851 2 and again incnt Relative to the Matllc of Get-Â¬ among ourvcivcs u Ana ucpnuncan party mo wont into tno prospects or education and their mvujm tcrsBBsrxf jpiooijiioBouta president lion wm uio lor it tysburg the South as long as they considered it in 1873 4 own perpetuation had not decided to makecivi UhJsBfti all of liilr cHorryaud-allof-ohad rlrr W mTurUr hSWHUlksJforJogpdy Herrrjroniisc3 enjoyiuent feC iVASdiUjarSMbmiU A number of Dromini could f Cincinnati Telegram u tiio war perpetual Tho oulrobloct that ThnTU Act OI 4U1 oi to bo an interesting one etui wuuiu ui in j juuguicm uo lar more nope We wcro vanquished and wo will abide tho ro rtraifucaiFsifot nrcSGIIt Gen Slocum in an interview to day publican party has had for sixteen Years past Jnlyi8aBnichyouand your client have fnl If tho pressuro of a solid Welii what do yon think of Xs new snlt When wo reflect on tho bitterness with taken off from tho Southern States North if were received amp award Â¬ aaaress dm to wnom copwa wcro with a reporter has been to keep itself in power Wo now which oi ine and that this meas and they bluntly said that if Gen Hum There were Republican partisans pursue us upon tho could coaso to feel whether reasonably or un-Â¬ ure rtccivi five act tragedy aro not Democrats and we aro surely tho ardent support of Gen sent by mail havo written letters au directed to be issued malignity with which they misrepresent us wo Garfield in a speech upon tho sub-Â¬ fivo of us in our box not bad judges of a but thorizing it to be stated that they fully Grant said as quoted that Gen Han- Â¬ not llcpublicang hko tho a aro doubly trebly thankful to tho noble Imnd of reasonably that they were under tho dominion ject Also that Gen Garfield strongly urged Wo dont The undersigned having earnestly supported Republican Southern has no l conquerors concur in it Among these are Wm K cock did not chooso tho battle ground at party nor its financial scheme and particularly Northern patriots who havo stood as a wall of desiro to vote on After saying that heCommis- Â¬ tho extension of the time of the Southern Chums play as judges go and we all agreed ibe Itepublicau parly In carrying oat the prin policy what the Electoral ono act should havo been omitted firo between us and mOitarv despotism Bodman for ten years a Judge of tho Cemetery Ridge Gettysburg then Gen wo dont like Mr Garfield In Gen Hancock Commission upon both occasions when said ex- Â¬ that riplosof the reconstruction measures of Cou sion did or to find fault with President Well no two Indeed Which act In the third session of tho Fortieth Congress adminixtration ho concludes as follows Hayes tension was made It is extremely doubtful if wo find not only the soldier patriot and states- Â¬ Supreme Court of North Carolina Geo Grant lies For said tho General ktcm in the Southern States foci constrained Let 1870 71 when Garfield was the last by the present situation in public affairs to a gentleman havo confess I hko add that am W Brooks tho United States District I was there and I know I heard man butgentleman of thoI old school should scat the Committee Mr AppropriationsChairman of mo onlydangers toI our not ono of thoso who mado atextensionitof such time would strongbeenÂ¬ of us agreed on that point Uio Army foresee on apall had not been for the institutions or to the tote some of the grounds upon which a change Judge of the Eastern District of North Hancock say This is tho spot to mako to sco a in the A statement published in this country Appropriation bill established tho Court of peal made to the House by him as you will ceo Jefferson and the Gen in the party character of the national adminis- Â¬ Carolina and C S Winstead the whole performance of the many tho light and here wo will mako it I of Washington as soon tliink ofMadison off his Claims consisting of three Commissioners ge icralprospcnty of tho countryin viow success by referring to tho Record when the bill camo that Hancock would tration is demanded cutting of tho Democratic party nor in of tho who shall The reconstruction measures were precipitat Â¬ years in tho North Carolina Senate and not only saw Hancock at that place but right handasof dismisMng a soldier or an office- Â¬ sucticlaims consider the justice and validity of great uncertainties of the result does it seem up for consideration Southern claimants unÂ¬ Passion Play at Oberammergan has been as shall be brought beforo them at one time Speaker of the Senate I stood there and heard him chooso tho holder on account of his political preferences those citizens who remained loyal adherents of worse to create a panic in advance by exag Â¬ der the operation of the law creating the com so deteriorated and vulgarized that after ed poa the South in a time of great public ex to ritcment Thcy irer to subvert ideas habits David P Lewis the Governor of Ala Â¬ spot and had confidence enough in his Chairman Jerome then called upon tho caaoe and Government of the United States gerated partisan predictions In my opinion mbsion as you aro aware were paid nearlr this year no representation of it is to bo 5000000 been a moment Bince and conditions fixed by tho usage and experi- - bama from 1873 to 1874 and at that time generalship not to interfere there allowed is totally and unequivocally This from Col H H Hadley who read tho address during the war for stores or supplies taken or ended has neverwould have been safer tothe war when it CBceof generations intrust This was to be dono at a tho ablest Republican leader in the Slocum is severe It is considered in tho opinion of the best- - denied in the Munich papers on Grant if Fowler re Â¬ of the Conservative Republican and In- Â¬ furnished during the Rebellion for tho uso of tho the Government to such a man as Gen Han- Â¬ Umo and under circumstances well calculated attorneys and thoroughly conversant States to produce most serious apprehension All that the American public knows The State has written a letter to Mr John ports him right for ho makes Grant say dependent voters It was an elaborate arsByof tha United against in States proclaimed cock with the assurance thit it would bo ad Â¬ ere in Washington that tho interests of both the United States statement of reasons why tho nomination as In insurrection ministered upon principles aa broad as tho claimants and attorneys will be better pro-Â¬ of Sarah Bernhardt is that sho is an ex Â¬ this Pool dated Sept 23 1880 approving disfranchisement of the principal property Thatcommisxion reports to Congress or all constitution and as comprebensiro as tho holders coupled with the enfranchisement of tho address and giving his own able and Ho Hancock did not select tho battle at Chicago was an unfit one and it said dates presented There cannot be a claim re moted by the election of Garfield than that of travagant woman both in purse and Union tho whole body of former slaves to be put into ground as his dispatch to Gen Meado shows of Gen Hancock Hancock and thus continue tho Republican decided views upon public affairs character lean to boniness on the shady poiea upon by that court belonging to one who operation in the midst of a disrupted condition and thought of rofirinK from Cemetery Ridee Mr Winthrop while refusing to bo party in power as the Republicans have ever side of five and thirty capricious unre Â¬ Of stainless private character no breath of wag disloyal to the Union No claim of a dis Â¬ of Government alarmed the most thoughtful when Slocum came up and superseded him in scandal has ever touched his fame His career loyal person in any way arising outof the war counted as a member of the Democratic been more favorable to the payment of allÂ¬ liable a shrewd dabbler in tho arts who and patriotic citizens Thoughtful men had command classes of claims than the Democrats Witwill ever bo as a GRANTS 6AB hoped and expected gradual and carefully So Grant was reported in tho Com- Â¬ few soldier was brilliant and equalled by but can be paid or by Congress presented to the organization gives it as his deliberate ness as an example the conduct of the War has made a vast success by clever puffery his honor is unimpeachable and of his Coart of Claims steps in the adjustment of matters so judgment that tho Presidential office can Claims Committee Bragg of Wisconsin tested mercial this morning and Gen Slocum patriotism and love of country there can be no not only bo trusted safely to the hands Chairman at the last session of Congress To of herself Brooklyn Eagle vital to the peace and equilibrium of society A Talk with Cch Hancock on tbe comes forward with a denial and says Alabama en tne Claims Bagaboo question In view of tbe orders and letters The moment the death of Miss Neflson of Gen Hancock but that Hancocks Sabject of tho Grant Fowler Inter Â¬ Bat tho alarm and opposition were greatly InÂ¬ published while in command at Louisiana and An address of tho Democratic State election will greatly benefit all sections accomplish this many of tho attorneys hers was known the vigilant police of Paris I ought to know for I was there havo contributed liberally and they now ask creased by the disgraceful and reckle s conduct Texas his letter of acceptance his view Xhe Were Put Into the Ex of man of the persons intrusted with the exe- Â¬ of tho country Tho very languago of you to aid them all in your power Any con- Â¬ sealed tho doors of her room at the Hotel communication to Gen Sher- Â¬ Committee of Alabama has been issued Press Comments Presidents Mouth Not Such an Sold- Â¬ tribution cution of this new order of things This con- Â¬ man there can bo no doubt of his eminent thoroughly indorses Gen Hancocks Mr Winthrop s declaration is absolute forwardedthat you may see fit to mako can be Continental After the investigation tho It iers Arc Wont to Employ A Promise STnANGELY rOBQETPTJIi to your local correspondent here duct inflamed prejudices and provoked con ability and thorough familiarity with the con- Â¬ seals were broken and it was found that wis- Â¬ with instructions as to its disposition or sent proof of its calmness deliberation that the Char res Will Be Met it From the Philadelphia Times Independent flicts Instead of discountenancing the mis stitution of his country And because he is letter on the claims question and sum Â¬ window leading to the piazza was They Were Made by Gen Grant conduct of these persons by its restraining at- Â¬ Our party in Ala- Â¬ dom and freedom from all party bias to Hon Edward McPhcrson Secretary Repub- Â¬ tho all the time and any one walking such a man many of our members will vote for ming up says A month after tho nomination of Gen Please Army- Officers at the Capital Sur- Â¬ It is an indication that tho best minds lican Congressional Committee as liberally bo open outside could easily havo stepped tention tho national administration has contin- Â¬ him feeling that no injury can under this ad- Â¬ bama stands committed oy its platform response on tho as ually extended to them special countenance and Now prised at Grants Descent Into ths Garfield and when Grant was sulking ministration come to the country yet they by the action of every department oi tho of turning prompt and make your the demand is urgent aro England you possibly can for The scaling process into the room favor and has repressed the exertions of the away in tho mountains an interview still remain Republicans with sec- Â¬ Mire of Politics disgust from tho State Government and by the Jndgrs of and the interest to be conserved is very great more worthy and judicious supporters of re-Â¬ doesnt seem to have been worth a con- Â¬ Referring to tho Credit Mobilier and its courts elected by it first to the acÂ¬ tional buncombe npon which the Re Â¬ New York Telegram to Chicago Tunes with him by L G Entright an old Pa-Â¬ Do We deem it sufficient simply to construction tinental Golyer charges the address says ceptance of the result of the war sec- Â¬ publican party is putting its main reli- state the facts without inrtnipfog in any Gen Hancock when asked if he cared cific frienTof his was reported in detail Â¬ H The beautiful play Hazel Kirkc A Mixed Telephone warmth of expression or referring in detail ond to the equal political rights of ev-Â¬ t anco in this campaign and that while the public journals and never con- Â¬ can all these charges are truo tho Ameriin people taking prido in their high ery citizen third to the faithful main- Â¬ uioy nave no sympathy with tho reac- Â¬ which at tho Mad Â¬ cither to the repeated acts or to the general to say anything for publication about tradicted by Grant In that interview The telephone tho wonderful offspring ison wfll be performed night spirit and policy by which the the present and Gen Grants conversation with the Rev hands Square Theater to for tho he spoke freely of Gen Hancock say Â¬ position as voters should jointhis can- Â¬ tenance of the public credit State and tionary sentiments of a considerable of Edisons great mind is an instrument preceding administrations hare made the man Â¬ find it han C H Fowler replied ing that in his opinion No better or irrespective of party and bury unprece- Â¬ national and unuincliing opposition to portion of tho opposite party they see which is now looked npon as mdispensa 253d time has won the laurels having agement of reconstruction a curse to the col- Â¬ I repu uation of any public obligations in Gen Hancock s candidacy an escape blo to the worlds good but it like a accomplished tho longest run on record ored race as well as to the white people of the to believe that ex President Grant should safer man could be elected to the Cliief didate under the ruins of nn dented wo It Southern States Magistracy Three days ago another think a defeat justthoy areofuntrue Gar- Â¬ fourth to the free and fair exercise of from the extreme tendencies of both great many other things will sometimes It is probable that Hazel Kirkc will be have said such harsh things about me fair and review Gen played through the present season as But the first apprehension in relation to tho tixe elective franchise fifth to the parties With Gen Hancock in the given in tho party organs immediate execution of the principles of tho re career in I cannot say that I believe he has said interview was as reported by Rev Dr fieldsman whose Congress proves him to strictest economy in the administration Presidential chair there will come as get out of humor and act in a very crooked there seems no signs of abatement in tho from Grant manner construction measures has been greatly relieved professions concerning of public affairs they feel a relief from the dead weight them I have no positive proof for ex-Â¬ Fowler a prominent Methodist minisÂ¬ bo a Mr Charles Augustus Fitzmont is an attendance and like Tennysons Brook by time and the test of experience The dismeasures are almost always inconsistent of a perennial sectional conflict while enterprising but bashful young cotton it looks as if it will go on forever New franchisement feature having been removed ter The interview was so grossly vitu- Â¬ with his actions that he is without fix ample of his saying that I am vain at the same time there will be no danger clerk whose placa of business is on Car York Commercial Advertiser there is now a general acquiescence in the prin- Â¬ or that I have perative of both Hancock and tho sdness of purpose or stability ef charac- Â¬ UXI0X GENERALS FOB HAJiCOCK ciples involved as indeed nothing more than ambitious and weak that a brake will be put on tho wheels of ondelet street and he is most warmly at- Â¬ The musical festival to take place in South that it shocked even the ter in short a political trimmer who the fundamental Ideas of the American system been crazy to be President for the last friends of Garfield Tho following is a partial roster of the the nations political social and material tached to a fair maiden who lives in an New York City in May 1881 wfll un and Grant if President wonld be controlled by the of government Bat the recollection of unre sixteen years All that I can interest hastened to modify tho statements progress uptown residence with a telephonoJnit doubtedly be the grandest musical event strained abases still remains and there is still a most reckless and objectionable leaders Generals of the Union army who have tnis country Some idea deep grounded apprehension that such abuses myself about at all is the fact that of his ministerial interviewer but after of his party Oft the telephone haa been used aPa- - -- ojS ne declared in favor of Gen Hancock for may at any tune be repeated in their worst form Gen Grant has partially confirmed in The Rings Rally for GarfleW medium through which he has breathed mavbe formed of the vastness of the all the explanations that Grant made he Col Hadley said that in response to the as long as the national administration continues a Chicago paper the report previously as falsifying himself circular of the Central Committee over the Presidency on The nomination of Secor Robeson for worth of heart pounding love in the ears undertaking when it ia understood that in the hands of the Bepnbhcan party published of language said to have been stands Gen record Gen H B Canning Ohio Hancock When did Gen about Congress by the Republicans of the First of the ono he so fondly worshipped and the estimated expense is somo 7UUUU Â¬ 100 former Republicans had signed the We are satisfied from personal knowledge de Â¬ used by him in conversation with Dr sub half lien xraruin ward umo speak the truth about Gen Han- Â¬ roll of tho club and that clubs were district of New Jersey was eminently never did ho know it to faflja the per Â¬ about oneThe of which is already been rived from observation and from participation Ceru John T UcMahon Ohio Fowler so that as you aee I really Grant Was he truthful whenhe declared chorus which has scribed formance of its duty until Vesterday cock in the reconstruction policy that a change in have nothing nut what must be called forming in every city of the country pronor Jjriyery sentflKrnsn lit se-- Lyhcn it vaused him tQ moan yea ta successfully organized numbers nearly the party character of the national administra Â¬ hearsay or second lndnl evidence asto after Hancocks nomination that No CoL John W Fornev was next intro nut better or safer man could be elected to tion is now the surest and best means of plac-Â¬ tremble like an aspen leaf and smite one twelve hundred carefnlrysplected voices the Oratorio Society section of 400 ing reconstruction upon a safe and peaceful any of the things which ex President tho Chief Magistracy or was ho truth Â¬ duced and said Rico Gen I liko the style of Gen Americas VMorganOhio Credit Mobilier jobber at tho head of its knee against the other Grant is reported to have said of me or ful when ho declared Hancock to be your unairman so direct and straight basis and of at onco uniting tho country in mu Ohio Georgo W At tho timo mentioned Charles had not men in tho hall of tho Young Mens national ticket Landaulet Williams is tual confidence and kindly relationship And Gen Samuel F Cary Ohio about mo to tho Rev Dr Fowler Crazy to bo President and Ambi- Â¬ jrward For myself having been born affinity for over forty eight Christian Association another New York as this should be the first and leading purpose Gen J W Denver Ohio an aspirant for tho Senate from Ore-Â¬ seen his ho determined to inform her section of 200 meet at Trinity Chapel Do you think it necessary for you to tious vain and weak Republican when I go into the DemoIn one of these hours and Gen A J Warner Ohio of the American people in the pending Presi- Â¬ take any notice of these statements gon and rests npon his past laurels as of whom he was fondly dreaming that he the Newark section number 200 tho Jer Â¬ statements liko his directly conflicting cratic ranks I return to the Republican dential election we believe it ought to override Gen Anuila Wiley Ohio General Grants Attorney General for a claim to woidd be up to tho house that night and sey City section 150 the Brooklyn sec- Â¬ Gen John P Leodom Oliio aHparty attachments and considerations statements respecting the South Gen party There is noparty which now as Â¬ To elect a Bepnbhcan President at this time It might bo necessary for mo to take Grant told what he behoved to bo tho sails the importanco of general freedom Gen Benjamin LcFevre Ohio that distinction sit out on the front porch with her and tion 150 and tho Nyack section 100 All M L Mcflly Ohio sectional vote would bo a public calamity notice of statements deliberately made by a Gen Schuyler Colfax is urged ho says to sigh at the moon Seeking the telephone havo weekly rehearsals truth and in tho other ho could not and tho universal suffrage and I feel the gravest character It would unquestion Â¬ to my prejudice by ex President Grant Gen IL II Dodge Ohio of havo dono so It will bo remarked that every moment that am welcome Not Income a candidate for Congress and ho while no one was in tho office he said ably set back tho growing sentiment of nation- Â¬ Gen Carrington Ohio but I think I have grounds for hesitat-Â¬ when he vindicated tho South and com- Â¬ alono do I return I fori havo an able The Use of Condiments ality and unity which a just and enlightened Slack Indiana Gen James Put me on with Mr Bs residence deserves that recognition from tho ReÂ¬ ing to believe that Gen Grant can havo mended Hancock as one of tho best and corps at my side A week ago I spoko policy in the management of rcconstmction Gen JF D MauMin Indiana All riglu go ahead publicans who vindicated his venality The general definition of this word is attacked my character In tho first safest men for tho Presidency ho was with Gen Butler at Pittsburgh and on would long since have permanently secured Gen W 8 Love Indiana Is Miss Minnie athomo t lion ho was caught with Ames bait in a pungent and appetizing substance While wishing to avoid as far as possible any place neither ho nor any man has any Gen Franklin Landers Indiana Yes his pocket Ho was very quick to cer- Â¬ as pepper or mustard seasoning Some Â¬ matter appealing to feeling rather than sober truo foundation on which to attack my not prompted by politicians but spoko tho platform were 125 men who hadcomo Gen Don Carlos BnclL Kentucky out from tho Republican ranks Thcro voluntarily and for himself and Tell her to step to tho phone thing used to givo relish to food and to reason we cannot well omit alluding to the motives tify to Garfields high integrity and Gen Cj8huib M Clay Kentucky or my character and in tho when ho condemned the South that is a dcop evangelization going on Blaino Gen Wluttaker Kentucky fact that the Republican party has made its and he stood on tho samo platform with him please To the question gratify tho taste second place ex President Grant is an Hancock ho spoko immediately after may count and canvass and bully but present campaign a direct attack upon tho Gen John M Corse Illinois inquired a why do you uso pepper on your food Is that you Charlio at Chautauqua to give the party candi- Â¬ old soldier and a graduate of West conference with Garfield South by seeking to revive against it the dis Ucn John M Palmer Illinois tho fates have decided that Gen Hancock Conkling cooing voice skimming along tho wire date tho liencfit of his moral support you reply because you relish the taste trusts and hostile feelings engendered by the Point I am and must be slow to be Â¬ Gen John F Famsworth Illinois Cameron and Logan who had gathered is to bo the next President What a man Yes dearest its your own Charles Belknap has espoused tho cause of of the pepper A little thought wfll war Wo cannot be unmindful that this is be Â¬ lieve that an old Gen John A McClcmand Illinois comrade in in Ohio to save Garfields own Republi- Â¬ ho is when you como to study him Oh Charlie what made you stay perhaps convince you that you mistake ing done for the purpose of securing a partv Garfield warmly though ho was at first Gen J N Stiles Illinois attempt to blacken can State to the party Very many men What a study for tho youth of our coun- Â¬ triumph which is to install such distrust and arms would You must como up to-Â¬ its use Is t not more probable that the Gen J C Black Illinois indignant at the rejection of Grant away so long hostility m complete control of the national ad Â¬ my motives or my character oven in a of all parties will profoundly regret that try Ho will require the bravery of Gon W 8 Cameron Illinois Thus far ho has not been put forward night becanso addition of condiments brings out the ministration It is natural and reasonable that conversation not intended for publica Â¬ Gen Grant has been so strangely forget- Â¬ Jackson the wisdom of Washington and Gen W B M Wallace Illinois Tho baby was born an hour ago for Congress but he is biding his time flavor of the article of food on which it tho Southern people so threatened should tion That is not a habit of soldiers Gen Herman Licb Illinois of Lincoln ButProv ful of tho integrity of his public opin- Â¬ tho philosophy Wh atbaby is placed As a general thing pepper and is hopeful for political honors in tho undo in resisting by their votes the consum Â¬ Gen Thomas J Crittenden Missouri Your own baby If you should deem it necessary to ions and henceforth ho will rank only idenco will give him all this armor Let mation of such a- purpose and that they should Gen James Craig Missouri and mustard are not used on fruits future with the desperate politicians who de- him appoint Republican soldiers let appeal to the thoughtful and just men in the reply to Gen Grants alleged statements Gen Robert B Mitchell Kansas My baby shrieked the young wo Carrying out this view if condiments Babcock is enlisted zealously in tho itorth for protection and support Gen Charles W Blair Kansas proved that he made luded him to defeat at Chicago and him appoint Democratic soldiers and assuming it to be Tthy Tni Im surprised that are used simply to bring out fully tho causo with a grateful recollection that man Gen Charles Parsons Kansas yon you would say such a thing We are unable to see in any existing condi Â¬ them in what form would you couch the whose friendship must bo fatal to all his then lot him wind up tho triumvirate I latent flavor of the dish they could with Garfield madoliim tho solo voucher Gen Fitz Henry Warren Iowa hopes of political success in the future by appointing a Confederate soldier tions a reason why such protection should not reply equal propriety be used on fruit This for the expenditure of 3500000 of ap Â¬ didnt expect it Gen Robert R Livingston Nebraska be extended Slavery no longer exists so there 1 really Ho has effaced all the little gilding that Gen Hancock is tho chosen instrument Smiling Hancock replied Neither did I I just heard it a mo- Â¬ is in factj the case To convince your-Â¬ Gen W W Lowe Nebraska propriations voted to tho Washington is absolutely no sentiment in the South that cannot 6ay was left on tho third term banner and of national and international reconcil- Â¬ Gen Samuel E Brown Colorado ment ago self of this use pepper on strawberries ring soon after tho payment of the 5 would favor its Teetoration and scarcely any Gen Joseph Lane Oregon that is an achievement for the country iation and the only elements hostile to You dont beliovo this this fearful and you wfll find in thorn a flavor more Would you put it as a letter 000 Do Golyer bribe that regrets its destruction The Union has been Gen W S Rosecrans California great man are the men paid for report Say say you dont You know delicious than you have ever experienced To whom should such a letter bo but it is at a fearful cost of once freely this reconstructed upon the basis of freedom and Gen H IL Sibley Minnesota Boss Shepherd proclaims from a proffered homage to our great citizen their persecutions of others and hired political equality and there is no element in the addressed I havent got a baby I never did have before You will further discover that Gen Edward A Bragg Wisconsin mino in Mexico that next to Grant Gen booth that would attempt to have it otherwise for their hatreds and soldier a baby in my life howled the young in this case you have not used the pep- Â¬ How have you supposed hitherto Gen F H West Wisconsin The sentiment has become practically universal Garlleld is the man after his own heart Dr Mitchell tho President of tho Gen B F Partridge Michigan person- Â¬ woman in a frenzy per for its taste moBg the Soathern people that the Union is that Gen Grant felt toward you And ho has reason for this good opinion Gen Andrew T McReynolds Michigan AX EXHIBITION OP PARTISAN SPLEEN Hancock English Republican Campaign The use of salt is as improperly un- Â¬ toMcurity to their liberties and the surest the ally General considering what the Chairman of tho and Ha Ha old fellowyou feel so proud Gen John G Parkhurst Michigan From the New York Herald this guarantee of their future prosperity and happi Â¬ you havo to I have always supposed that ho was The person who gave to Independent the Club of said city having as Chairman Gen John Pulford Michican Appropriation Committee did for him in joke happy that Allow me to indulge in a derstood It is a natural preservative ness But they would not conceal their dread the public congratulate 974 members spoke briefly Jerome a man who would never allow any ill Gen Stevens Michigan tho winter of 1872 73 Ho knows how you do you boy and weighs twelve when applied to animal substances Â¬ efeVil from the organization into a political will he might feel if he felt any toin Gen Monroo Michigan Its a the acid in the salt being the preservareportof Grantsconversation concerning in explanation of the mission of the club Garfield became possessed of his house party of all who are unfriendly to them for tho Gen J H Olnoy West Virginia Good tive element When used with vegetafluencehis conduct towaru a brother sol- Â¬ Gen Hancock certainly did him no serpurpose of controlling the common Government at Washington and he holds in his own pounds Bunterby say Miss Bnnter Gen John W Horn Maryland Miss Other Converts dier ia ordinary conversation ble food but not in such quantities as to I is I shall vice but a great injury It will not lotheir oppression and injury Gen John P Hcnloy Maryland hands evidenco that made him quail Oh I Charlie what the matter Mb John J McDonald of Mount cause a salty taste it is a great improve-Â¬ Gen Charles E Phelps Maryland We hare sincerely regretted the f aflnre of the not be inclined to change my opinion onco and will do so again whenever he the esteem even of Matter enough I want to know tho ment In bofling corn or oatmeal with- Â¬ Gen W H Brady Delaware Bepublican leaders to recognize the true situÂ¬ unless I am compelled to do so by tho raise Gen Grant in fit to use it to Sterling BL a candidate on the Repub Â¬ sees Republicans to see him descending Gen J Park Postles Delaware who Of course ation of tho Southern States Their mistakes most indisputable evidence Every one of tho Credit Mobilier jobÂ¬ mans name Til told you that scandalous Â¬ out adding a little salt at first wfll cause Gen Georgo B McClellan New Jersey and wrongful conduct in the execution of tho I understand that the ex President may the abuse of a fellow soldier whoso gal- Â¬ lican county ticket for States Attorney falsehood sun bers now living who shared with Gar- Â¬ rise JP11 followhave his gore beforediffer- Â¬ it to have a bitter if not unpleasant Gen Gcrsnam Mott New Jersey Reconstruction acts biie caused us to despair devotion to tho Union he has has investigated the charges against lantry and him over sixteen taste The addition of salt removes this Gen Francis Price New Jersey field in that corruption is shouting loudly ent of their ability to establish mutual confidence desire to promote the Republican cause on previous occasions freely acknowl- Â¬ States to kill him Ill crush him rank taste and gives tho appearance of Gen W H Sterling New Jersey sad harmony between the sections The sec in politics but there are two wajs of edged To say now in tho heat and ex- Â¬ Garfield in connection with tho Credit his election DaweSj Scofield Pat- Â¬ for was it Gen A N Dougherty New Jersey This is caused by the Soaai grounds upon which they are seeking to promoting the cause which a man es Â¬ terson of New Hampshire Wilson of Ill mutilate him Tell mebrought that smoothness the Mobilier and Do Golyer schemes and Gen St Clair A Mnlholland Pennsylvania squint dyed Bangs who carry the pending election have forced us to dis Â¬ pouses in politics that chemical action of tho acid in the salt on One way if he is a citement of a political canvass that is having come to the conclusion that no Iowa Bingham Colfax Allison Logan Gen A L Plcasontcn Pennsylvania Democratic candidate is vain that he trust their disposition to regard the Southern hellish he to your ears honest man who will carefully read tho the farina or starch Gen Wm McCandles Pennsylvania Kelley and tho rest of them as Ames people as equals in the Union for worthy to be Republican is to advocate the Republi Â¬ ambitious of tho Presidency that his is evidenco can support the Chicago can- Â¬ What lie Charlie What do you We use pepper and mustard on food Gen Victor Lyle Pennsylvania treated as participants in the common Govern Â¬ can candidate another way is to attack contemptuously described the cattle he mean to everyÂ¬ petty Gen T Kilbv Smith Pennsylvania for the purpose of bringing out the Tho news- Â¬ bodys character only brings cooler mo- Â¬ didate he publicly announces himself in ment of their country They have year by year the Democratic candidate had bought are engaged in one form or recollection that in his E wa know who told yon that Gen W W ft Davis Pennsylvania Chicago favor of Hancocks election flavor of the article on which it is placed steadily driven from the party in the South num- Â¬ papers I prefer to think do another in this business ments and before ho was moved by Times Gen H Seymour Lansing Pennsylvania bers or its most considerate and earnest supthat I Xy born to mo an hour So with salt A good test of this is Grant injustice in assujgUMCihat what will be generally esteemed partisan Xfai uhil PAnnnlvlTlk cr V porters until they have practically destroyed it It is a cause of satisfaction that theso ago Who boiled rice which is perfectly insipid l twelve pounds Of rancor Gen Grant said Gen Theodoro a West Pennsylvania A M FUNSON a prominent attorney ia every Soathern State Its revival in the fuÂ¬ he has chosen tho lattercouS public thieves aro solid for Garfield and lSUli There are without the addition of salt Many peo- Â¬ Gen W F Smith New York ture would be placed beyond all possibility by course if ex President Grant has wrong- Â¬ men in that organization the Democratic of this city and a life long Republican that thoy have thrust themselves to tho A pierciBpiriek was the only reply that ple prefer it flavored with sugar It Gen H W Slocum New lork the sBccess of their present attempt to elect a fully assailed me the public will not be party front so as to bo seen and known of all came ovPtho wire and then Charles men like Bayard McOlellan Gen Francis SigeL New York President by a sectional vote under the hostile be is used it long in finding it out but I shall not Hancock and others whom I know turns his back upon the radical party men Mr Conkling must be gratified realized for tho first time that there wfll be found that when sugar agrceablo Gen Darnel E Sickles Now York attitude they hare made this campaign assume wfll far more pleasant and espouses the cause of Hancock and and make undue haste in tbe matter This They are as loyal and patriotic as an Gen James McQuade New York with tho company of these associates The nomination of Gen Hancock has placed was somo dreadful mistake that the tele to tne taste it it had been previously Gen D O McCallum Now York the Democratic party upon the most elevated is all I have to say at present whom ho never faded to sustain in the phono had becomo mixed man Bayard for instance wonld mako English This will be a severo loss to ho seasoned with salt although not strong Gen Patrick H Jones New York pUoe of devotion id the Union tho conttitu the Republican party as ho has been whom he enÂ¬ fainted New Orleans Times and Senate and with most of a splendid President I would not be one of their most effective speakers and Opinions Ia Army Circles Gen Duncan G Walker Now York enough to detect the taste tioa and tho execution of the laws He has tertained personal relations during tho Re- afraid of the others in that office Washington Telegram Gen Charles A Dana New York pledged the country an administration upon the two terms of Grantism Gen Frank B Spinola New York calling this language we may pass over a young man of promise Letter from Â¬ safest and soundest principles of free institu A ChtIohs Lake Presuming always that the reports of Nevada Iowa Gen E F Jones New York Tho people will be apt to make one tions This pledge is guaranteed by his proved Journalistic what the General now says of his fellow The density of the water of Lake Gen S F Crooks New York devotion to the Union and his great public ser Â¬ Grants utterances are correct the main whole lot and send them job of the Gen Sisson ex Lieutenant Governor Gilhooly 13 talking about starting a soldier as an ebullition of partisan Gen Francis Dorr New York vices and by the firmness and parity of his opinion in army circles is that Gen where they belong in November H new paper in Galveston and was telling Mono is remarkable being just the spleen which as it is unworthy of him of Rhode Island and long a prominent Gen Martin T MacMahon New York reverse of that of Lake Tahoe in which We confidently believe that private character they had their just punishment the a friend about You can borrow 850 Gen John B Woodward Now York his election to the Presidency is the safest and Grant has lost by stepping down into the public ought to overlook and forget Republican leader has espoused the drowned person never majority of them would be cracking and start a newitpaper said the friend the body of a surface arena to meddle where he is It has no weight nor any importanco Gen M B Patrick New York surest means of removing all remaining ob- Â¬ the political returns to the For bitterness cause of the hero of Gettysburg stono in a penitentiary But while tho encouragingly Gen LosterB Faulkner New York Â¬ stacles to the perfect and peaceful estabHis attack except as it rouses a regret in generous not personally concerned You durned fool If I Gen Daniel H Butterfield New York lishment of reconstruction upon tho basis statute of limitations may save the vile could borrow 50 what would I want to and promiscuous meanness the waters of A recent great mass meeting of tho upon Gen Hancock is regarded as being minds to see so eminent a man so forget Gen W W Averoll New York of freedom and political equality and of crow from any such penalty thoy will start a paper for I want to start tho this lake surpass those of the Dead Sea in most execrable taste and one that in himself Gen James G Grindlay New York Democracy in McCormickHall Chicago restoring complete reconciliation and confidence Thev contain so much alkali that on a bo consigned to disgrace and exile Gen Charles J Powers New York paper so that I can borrow tho 50 the end must detract much from his own Detweea all sections of the country and among windy day the lake is a regular tub of was presided over by O K A Hutchin Â¬ And with them this administration Gen W H Benjamin Now York all classes of the people The Southern people position of independence as a private Galveston Tex News REPUBLICANS FOR HANCOCK soap suds The writer hs seen a wall Gen Charles A Johnson New York which came in by fraud will go out in attorney and hitherto an son a leading would then divide upon other issues with no gentleman As one of the officers put Why dont you buya powerpress of lather fivo feet thick along tho wholo Gen W F Rogers New York infamy Hayes carrying with him more regard to race dunctions and there would it Grant has renounced nis Mr Jerome and Col Forney Address ardent Republican Ho says ho cant Gen waves Gen Duryea New York soon be established a normal condition of po- Â¬ than three fourths of tho salary belong-Â¬ inquired several enthusiastic Democrats of that shore against which tho waves stomach Garfield and will cast his first lafalloBte Full of Men Who Cant Democratic vote for Hancock were pages Gen Yarian New York litical sentiment and action conducive alike to character of the sphinx and has stepped ing lawfully to Mr Tilden Jolin Sher Â¬ as we were taking our locked upwheel- Â¬ would beating a Occasionally tho Stand Garfield Gen R B Marcy New York through tho streets the interests and happiness of both races and down to become one of the party bosses take up bunch of this lather ns man enriched by millions and tho oth Â¬ of typo to a steam printing on a Gen Wm B Franklin Connecticut Another said From the New York Herald to the general peace and welfare of the whole I think I see in this press owned big as a bushel basket and carry it branded with public scorn JYeur barrow firm Why ers Gen Darius N Couch Connecticut country A meeting of a curious and significant THOSE AIYFUL SOUTHERN CLAIMS 1 dont we buy tho several hundred feet inland So buoyant how bitterly Gen Grant regrets bis de- Â¬ by a rich Gen D wight Morris Connecticut York Sun Joseph 8 Fowxeb JohsPool Bardman Houso Woodbury block and are tho waters of tho lake that quite a feat at Chicago and how jealous he is character was held last evening in Chick Gen James B Colt Connecticnt Daxiet Coijemav James H Embbv Tennessee Stamps on All Claims of Gen T B Crowley New Hampshire of Gen Hancock Nothing but jealousy the Publio Square Why dont wo raise party of men may navigate them on a Wmuuuc G Biixt Geoeob Wnxxasxsox Hall There were fully 2000 peo Â¬ a Disloyal Person in Any Way Gen Frank Jones New Hampshire REBEL CLAIMS h 1 on 450 It is easy to do all these raft made of four or five dry cottonwood could have inspired this attack and this ering Bouneox Pool William A GmmnuK Arising Out of tbe IVnr Gen John G Hazard Rhodo Island ple present several hundred of whom poles Out in the lake are islands of JohkTtlze things provided you have the collateral very feeling of jealousy shows Gen KP Pnrxrs Gen Charles H Page Rhode Island In a recent speech delivered at Lewis AUQU5I1EB WHITE through Grant to be a much smaller man than were ladies of stylish and intelligent apÂ¬ Who Aro Their Ileal Advocates 1 Gar Â¬ but at this writing wo confess we have rock lava like concretions Gen Charles W Roberts Maine The signers to the above address are was the general estimate before ho be-Â¬ pearance Tho fact appeared that it burg Tenn John C Burch Secretary field Responsible for the Payment of not enough money to buy a cheese press which springs of water boil up Tho Gen Wm F Bartlett Massachusetts all men of note Mr John Pool was gan to talk An officer who served in Gen Bonj F Butler Massachusetts Fiio CTIlIion Dollar Confidential Printing Democratio papers in Iowa is water of these springs is liko that of tho United States Senator from North Caro- Â¬ Louisiana during 1876 and 1877 says that was a gathering of Republicans who of tho Senate and editor of tho Nashville Gen Jonas P French Massachusetts lake and at a point where there are Circular In Relation to Southern like peddling peanuts in a graveyard Gen M T Donohuo Massachusetts lina from 1867 to 1773 Mr Joseph S Gen Grants criticism of Gen Hancock camo together to indorse Hancock and American dealt with tho bugbear of eight or ten feet of water it is a sort Claims It Is Considered That the Marshalltown Iowa Statesman Gen A P Martin Massachusetts Fowler was United States Senator from during his stay comes with an ill graco to raise tho wildest kind of applause at Southern claims of fountain A column of fresh water Interests of Roth Claimants and At- Â¬ Gen Luther Stevenson Jr Massachusetts Tennessee from 18G5 to 1871 Mr Dan- Â¬ from Gen Grant when it is a well known every mention of his name They out A chargo which is made by the Republican torneys Will Be Better Promoted by Evebt Prince of tho Boyal family in some three feet in diameter is projected speakers and writers to mislead the houct iel Coleman of North Carolina was fact that during the winter of 1876 and tho Election of Garfield Than That Germany is taught when young somo upward with such force that it rises to a masses of tho North is that when tho DemocAssistant Postmaster General under the 1877 Gen Grant was intriguing to get heroded Herod and throw IT0BEBT C TYIKTHR0P OX SEC of Hancock and Thus Continue the useful trade for tho purpose of sobering height of at least two feet above tho Democrats entirely in the shade by racy gel tho Presidency as they now hao tin Republican Parly In administration of Mr Van Buren Mr Brother-in-laCasey elected to the Sen Â¬ TI0XALISM the mind and bringing it face to face general level of the lake in the form of a bankrupt Remittances to Hon Edward with tho material world and tho realities mound or knoll and makes a rippling James H Embry of Kentucky was at ate by Packard Had this been done ho their enthusiasm for tho Democratic fienato and the House they willwar debts tho for Government by paying rebel ITIcPhcrson one time on the bench and afterward would have set np the Packard GovernFrom the Chicago Times n1 nmnfirtv of Con candidates According to tho card the emanclnatod slav of life and among tho profusion of curi- Â¬ noise that can be heard a considerable Washington Dispatch became the law partner of Beverdy ment at once but this failing he left meeting was called by the National federates taken or destroyed by tho Fed-Â¬ and artistic relics which crowd distance But for the fact that this It is a significant circumstance that Tho following is to Cincinnati Enquirer a copy of a circular osities Johnson and ex Senator Doolittle form- Â¬ the question to lo solved by Mr Hayes Association of Conservative Republican eral army That this is a ho out of wholo radical New England which the Emperor Williams private cabinet fountain has a depth of eight or ten feet first becan which cloth oerv man in tho South knows Rut ing the law firm of Johnson Doolittle Finally frienils of Gen Hancock say and Independent Voters of water to contend against it would explains itself It was forwarded nud tho re Â¬ oT may 1h seen specimens of book binding are thousand and i2mbry Mr Wm G Riley was that the latter will be fully able to take sponses must have been gratifying to there citizens in the Northtens or thousands bo- - tlm political warfare against the South here by a New York claim agent who carviug carpentering and other handi- probably rise to a considerable height in good who ar made to Judge of tlie Fifth Judicial Circuit in care of himself but that lie will be in no the managers At 8 oclock there en lie thiii unmitigated ho by tho persistent mis uuu wiiusu iinuinu sugucny earnest lorc- Inclosed work performed by his sons and grand-Â¬ the air San Francisco Chronicle Virginia and President of the District hurry He will first find out how much tered on the stage Mr Leonard Je- Â¬ representations of thoso they are accustomeu io Baw that tne conflict between the sec under date of Oct 2 says sons look to f or political information and guidance copy of a circular received I send you a Court of Appeals from 1869 to 1873 and of these statements Gen Grant will rome accompanied by the orator of the It is asserted that half of Thoreaus lions was inevitable should be tho first Even if we desired so to do the constitution held two important consulatesunder Gen manuscripts have notyet been published back over his own signature and then evening Mr John W Forney of Phila A eeqtjlab stayer A cooper forayer prohibits us without a chaugo of that to inclino to rclmauisji tho sectional by mail yesterday SOUTHERN REPUBLICANS Grants administration U Mr Geo WilÂ¬ of Louisiana was appointed the answer will come Old politicians 3ay that tliis attack of Grant is only an- Â¬ other section of tho Grant programme Already Gen Garfield has becomo a minor figure in the canvass and if this Grant Hancock controversy becomes very animated there is a danger that tho Mentor statesman will bo lost sight of entirely It is remarked as part of Gen Grants plot tomako Garfield insigni- Â¬ ficantas ho truly is ns a party leader and keep tho Galena politician as promi- Â¬ nent a fignro as possible No one hero sees how Gen Garfield is to derivo any advantago from this talk Tho execssivo importanco given to Grants utterances is only another evidenco of his lciug tho most prominent man in his party The disposition in Now En- Â¬ gland to abandon tho sectional issue has been observed elsewhere than in Maine this year and the movement toward re- Â¬ conciliation will bo greatly strength- Â¬ ened by the declaration of Robert C Winthrop which is printed herewith warfare Confident J - ltModby -- -- A - - him Saha Bebxhabdt took the hfrom her first name and placed it in thq midÂ¬ dle of her second The themo of tho new comic operetta Dcgcret the music of which is by Mr Dudley Buck relates to Mormonism Tiieodoee Thomas conducted the first chorus rehearsal of the Cincinnati Musical Festival Association for the May festival which takes place in 1882 Olive Logan writing from London says that tho music hall song Oh Mary Tell Your Ma Ann Fie for Shame is all the rage there now The custom houso officers in New York carefully inspect the inside of fish-Â¬ ing rods Sarah Bernhardt cant slip into the country in that fashion A PirrsBTjna paper says that Mary Anderson is billed to play in New York for five weeks in December Btakes the handsome Mary to spin out time Miss Axxa Dickinson announces an intention of returning to tho lecture platform but will stdl prosecute her various dramatic projects lecturing on Danlon and giving readings from her play Aurelian A new star in New York is Lillian Spencer and she is only lCor 17 years old She is a littlo thing no bigger than Lotto But sho hns a voico that wns CaTj Waqiteb said Cmcinnati was not like Paris and the Cinciniiatians hissed I ur I I Â¬ - f t I Â¬ Â¬ irSBJurpartvsBsKs Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ I -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sssW ol Â¬ w Powcr-i-Ad-drcs- s Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 -- n - lllteffitn-yc - r is JL ir- - m THE HICKMftH COURIER 1UBLlSIICn EVEItV FBIItAT BY got hut Boone only beat him 09 and in I 187S he received GS78 JXT TUESDAY Papers YOOKII tics OPINION Er AStfl JEOSGI HICKMAN W A IS REX KENTUCKY Office Helnzc UuiWinp Clinton Street Iht OlJeit Newspaper in Western Kentucky George Warren Editor Price of Subscription FRIDAY FOR 2 1SS0 In the nasi olectiong no inihicncescotilJ out to materially lessen or draw votes from him In the last election the Democratic vote was very small only about 13000 and 0878 of his voters went to the polls Ilsucc assuming that there will be a small vote this ear the pre- Â¬ sumption is fair that an equal number of his old adherents will go to the polls be brought THE COUNT FOR HANCOCK Opinion of Leading Men and The Democratic array in all the contested Statoa of tho Union New York New Jersey Connecticut Maine Jolor ido California Nevada Oregou Indiana Pennsylvania and Illinois arc oiu into battle next Tuesday with splendid fighting courage aud hope New York and Now Jersey are uow considered certain for Hancock which with tho conceded Democratic States only leave the Democratic ticket lack iug 3 votes to secure its election Who says we may not win these 3 in Maine when tho State only in September went against tho Republicans or iu Conneotiout which voted for Tildeu and goes as often Democratic ns lie publican or in California Oregon Nevada or Colorado where Hancock is specially strong and which States frequently go Democratic Or in New Hampshire a State strongly inclined to go Democratic Aud this leaves Indiana out of the couut whore the Democrats are still confident The Democrats of Indiana are now betting eveu that the State will go for Hancock An Indianapolis letter in the Courier Journal has this significant heading About 13500 votes knocked down to Porter at a cost of 81000000 Hon Thos A Hendricks was elect ed Governor of Indiana in October 1872 aud Grant carried the State in November There are at loast 10000 men in Indiana if not more who will vote for Hancock that voted fur Porter OCT president 20 WINPIELD SCOTS HANCOCK of Pennsylvania fob vice pkesipest W 11 ENGLISH or Indiana electoiiai FOR TUB Ticstirr state at larhe Thomas L Jones of Campbell A E Richards of Jefferson 1st 2nd A T fraycrott of Daviess 3rd P F Edwards of Edmonson 4th James Montgomery of Hardin 6th E J Mcllerniott of Jefferson Cth James W Bryan of Kenton 7th W C Owens of Scolt 8th M C Saulley or Lincoln 9th Joseph Gardner of Magoffin 10th Emery Whitaker riSTKICT ELFCTORS James D White of Itallanl 2J The lust election Turner carried Ballard by 835 Calloway 275 Marshall Our 441 Trigg 709 and Gravosby 424 information from Ballard from a promi- Â¬ nent Democrat formerly opposed lo Tur- Â¬ ner is that Turner will carry that county this year by from 1200 lo 1300 a gain of 800 or 400 Two others entitled to good opinions any he will gain in Marshall Calloway and Trigg In Graves the Pa Netet says it will be nip and tuck ducah while leading Turner men claim it by anywhere from 600 to 1500 It seems to bo conceded that McCracken county will give Turner a majority on account of his Senator Voorhc of Indiana was iu New York the other day aud this i what he said to a reporter of the livening l regard General sprKss Hancock ai much stronger than the paity everywhere tie is stronger than tho Democratic State ticket was in Indiana stronger than any Coagression al or couuty ticket ua I heiiiive that he will poll 10000 more votes iu Indiana iu November than were given to the Dornocratie Slate ticket there last Tuesday The confidence of the publie in him perfect Everything1 that he has said or written since hi nomination has struck the public mind I never knew a cau with great favor didate for the Presidency to struugth en himself so much His election is not only still possible but highly probable A determined effort on the part of the Democracy is all that is uecessary Remember Democrats that New York New Jersey and Connecticut win or New York New Jersey aud votes from Maine Indiana or from any of the doubtful States will win Â¬ i- fLETTKU 3KMs cssess Others The iw i i ii it i isiusAJKiAGrs xvswtu iamuM Vo cysi jYo OHCstioHoits AHlftrntiritij of the Mime sort in JJxibtvurn NEW a Document Creating great eifement in the Uasl Ex urkingmen Hulling Indignation NEW GOODS Meetings and Vigorously De nouHciug the Author special to Cincinnati Enquirer The publication of GarGelds Chi nce cheap labor letter iu yesterdays Tiuili created great excitement in this N Y GMs 1WH IN DR A A IPAJEIIS PHASiCAN AND SURGEON HICKMAN KENTUCKY his Professional Services to the citizens of Hickman and vicinity jAnlC 80 - MY STOCK IS NOW FULL AND COMPLETE Dr J N Outten M D IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Res- Â¬ Office over Holcombes drug store idence Moulton St near Court House Turner In WE HAVE THE FINEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN securing the Federal court house at Padu In conclusion I will say that I have cab which will be a gain as the county not indorsed Col Turner in uftny of C at lower prices than the same goods have ever been sold his political acts in this districtWiut has heretofore always gonilfcainst him the faots at present aro these Afljfas In Fulton and Hickman 3Hesi far fought for what he considereflH be AND REAL ESTATE AGEN1 will minded Democrats right without changing - HICKMAN KY I ten years has goue before tho people large not only hold his o IN during that lime advocating the same Real Estnte Bought Sold Rented Ex Â¬ DANGER OF ELECTING A ly increase il perhaps twCo one He fought the entire press principles changed and Taxes Paid LADIES and MISSES CLOAKS and D0LMARS Caldwell usually gives about 400 Lyon of the district and the most of the REPUBLICAN IN THIS permanently located Hick Â¬ 400 Crittenden 200 against Turner while His views have been ac politicians HAVINGwill practice iu all theinCourts We have a splendid Stock AND AT PRICES THAT CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE DISTRICT cepted by a majority of Democrats of Livingston last race gave 47 majority of the first Judicial District He has worked his way tho district The collection of claims and investiga Â¬ 3fuy Demo Â¬ for Turner and in this calculation we as tion of real estate titles made a specialty to Congress as a Democrat While Â¬ sumo that Tice will carry the counties by One there he has made a record that a large named by about the sained majority of Democrats indorse and to IN Tlirougli 3Icre Shall vre day stands as the recognized staudard Add their respective majorities and it Rcpiibtlcuu Desperation Bickering I ly Perfteial bearer ol Democracy in this Congres From Courier Journal brings Turner into Hickman and Fulton eiunal district This fact every honest We repeat to oar Democratic friends The Republicans aro very much HICKMAN KENTUCKY that the danger of sending a Republican 1500 or 1600 ahead Therefore if every voter must admit Takiug this view more desperate than they were in 1870 BECIC THINKS IN ALL STYLES we have an endless variety AND VERY 13L 33 A 3- representative to Congress from this Di- Â¬ Democrat in Fulton should vote for Tice ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS of tho matter is it not the duty of In 187G they had a recourse Senator Beck thinks the prospect of Three strict is very great and it will not do to entrusted to their care Democrat to iudorse Turner of the Southern States weru still trcrn evade responsibility in the matter Dem- Â¬ Turner would still lead Hence tho con- Â¬ electing a Democratic President is de every true Office Millet Block and bury all hatred and animosity that bling in the mailed hand of tho mili Â¬ ocrats must combine on the strongest man clusion is forced on us that the surest cidedly hopeful have existed in this District betweou and elect him Who shall it be Ptiducak tary power They oxpected to carry BAYARD SATS way to beat the JTepuMican is to vote for News Democrats It seems to me that this and if they failed to carry still to couut IN C Senator Bayard says Hancock is to is the course for true Democrats and The Netct argues very vehemently that Turner these three States which iu the oud bo clocted uot by torchlight parades from all I learn in this county a large ATTORNEY Ar LAW 3rd These figures assume that Tumors they did fur they had a majority iu there is a real danger of the election of a GENTS YOUTHS CLOTHING nor by tuouey but because he possess majority of Democrats will cast their one house of Congress Now the ma Collector Real Estate Agent Kepublican to Congress in this District adherents in former races are sticking to es the love of those who love their votes for Turner and hamouy and jority is against them in both houses WE CLAIM TG UA VE THE REST STOCK IN TUB CITY AND HICKMAN KT peaoo iu the Democratic family of this of Congress The Democrats this time over Tice and Turner and in this view it him in this one Is it so Let every country district Will attend promptly to all butl S WE CANNOT is supported by the Clinton Democrat Democrat answer from his own obierva it have the couut FOR QUALITY STYLE APD FINISH CANNOT RE BEAT DEMOCRATIC RELIANCE The throe Southern ness entrusted him in Southwestern The Grcenbackcrs having no candi- Â¬ States named are free They are safe Democrats rely upon New York New and Mayfield Monitor The Courier has tion and not let somo enthusiast on the Kentucky and Northwestern Tennesset date will 1 am told vote almost solid for Haucock Nothing therefore is EW BEAT Specialattention given to the inveslig sever shared such Apprehension but has one side or the other answer Certainly Jersey and Connecticut These States for Turner The Republicans will be left tho Republicans but to buy the tion of Land titles and the purchase ana have 50 electoral votes Iu 187G the divided about ouc A SPLENDID LINE OF third of them will floatiug vote and if that fails tu pre- Â¬ at all times admitted the possibility of such if Fulton and Hickman arc a sample of popular vuto was sale of Real Estate f jan8tf This county gave cipitate the country into civil war and support Turuer a result Often times such cries ere mere- Â¬ other portions of the District thoy arc not Rep Dem GOODS SHAWLS BIiANatUTJ C1934 59031 Turner a little over 200 votes two years trust the sectional passion of the North ly sensational intended to give some par- Â¬ only sticking to him but makiug some Connecticut Now he will carry the county by to sustain a 5 21959 New Tork 489207 ago resort to arms ticular candidate an advantage and in gains New Jersey 103517 a good majority 115902 No kind of doubt Hence Geu Grants reappearance 4th Turners friends claim that he has but a large majority of the people of at the front the past when vre looked at the 18000 I STARTLING LOW PRICES I I HANCOCK HIMSELF SAY8 the district are lor Turner this time made gains because he has made an able the Republicans can elect Gar Democratic voters in this District and If I have not thought of being de low prices A full lino of GENTS and CHILDRENS UAT3 and CAP3 new styles and field thoy cau elect anybody On the knew the Republicans had never voted and efficient member of Congress and spondent said Geu Hancock yester- Â¬ sectional issue they can as easily elect A LARGE STOCK OF Retail Scaler in exceeding G000 vrc were not aroused to because it has always been tho custom in day to an interviewer The declarationÂ¬ Grant in 1884 That this is the deto endorse a member when ho is worthy of a man confident of Telegrams SJial tell a Tale scheme of the leaders there is not the any great alarm We are too good a Dem- Â¬ this District sajaatt2L serving success Let Democrats every ocrat however to want to take any chance has made a good member This is a plaus where be influenced by the faith aud The National Democratic Committee loast doubt The Grant poople held OF THE VERY BEST iMAKE AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES aloof from Garfield until facing a de determination of their glorious leader have issued the following whatever in this District when the result ible presumption Keeps in stock at all times fresh and feat he surrendered They had him choice Groceries Provisions Canned and 5th All the early months of this race To the Public When this cam From the Rochester Union N Y can be made certain This is a year of VLJid where he was bound o sign He did Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought The one danger that threatens Dem paigu opened tho National Democratic sign aud the terms are Graut for the surprises and we dont know what may Turner was the only candidate a and kept for sale nor7 Committee contracted with the AmeriRECOLLECT that we claim to have first class goods and will sell them at a3 lew apparently conceded him Tice came ocretic tucccss is passed Tho 35 votes succession The Republicans expected to happen can Union and Western Union Tele- Â¬ figures aacau be found anywhere iu the country of New York are certain for Hancock carry Maine by 15000 and lost it and on tho track late loo late for the Democ- And his election is certain Last year graph Companies for upecial rates for 23nncociirt VaSve Slenia the Democrats expected to carry Indiana racy to organize through a convention or the vote of the united Dt uiocracy iu their business aud arranged with said Cor of the Ptttsbur- Postl telegrams afrksf on too late New Hi came EEPS nil kinds of staple and fancy by 10000 to 20000 and lost One thing primary election MMfrraTuiareceivt27r Me committee should be Having private business iu a distant a LSCUllJUIclllU UJUUtww AtCpUIJfSJiJU we do know and that is that it will be for the Democratic committee practically part of tho county to reaoh which jority of 57281 That Hancocks returned at the end of oach week to would require me to pass through a close clipping as to whether the next to intervene and hence we presume thoy majority in that city will be over 60 the cashier of the committee as vouch anj Confectioneries Will be pleased to Telegrams re- Â¬ uuuibcr of tho townships aud voting Congress of the United States will be have taken no steps and to this extent 000 and nearer 75000 there is no ers for bills rendered see his old customers and will both suit Co ceived or sent by our cornmiuee have precincts of the county and being anx them in price and quality Call and see Democratic or Republican We seo that Tice is responsible for the Democracy doubt know how the Democratic pulse us Quick Sales and Small Profits been returned under this arrangement ious to HOW IT IS IN MAINE the Repnblicans have gained 5 members being caught without a remedy for the BOATS ON THE RIVER Wont be undersold jan Uf NE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL weekly and paid for according to con- Â¬ siuce the temporary defeat in Indiana Consignments Solicited The Portland Maine Argus says tract On Wednesday morning Oct I started out on a three days jaunt in Ohio and 1 in Indiana which cuts the muddle Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of oil kinds of Country C To suppose that the millions of 20 the Western Union Telegraph Com calling on and meeting with many stur- Â¬ 6th All parlies Tice men as well as present Democratic majority in Congress may9 i9 Produce Live Stock etc Â¬ men who have enlisted under Hancock pauies returned to the committee vou- Â¬ dy democrats Under existing circumdown to 9 or 10 It is possible from Dem- Â¬ Turner men conceding Ticos ability will be dispirited or discouraged be- Â¬ stances I expected to fiud them dis chers as usual fur the second week in ocratic dissensions existing in Tennessee aree that he is lacking in that personal cause the skirmish Hue has been driv October Upou their being examined couraged and demoralized but just the eu in at a single point is to suppose by our cashier to verify tho amount opposite was the fact They were all Virginia and perhaps oth cr Districts that magnetism individual acquaintanceship Â¬ Coffee the an impossibility It rather puts in to the following telegrams were found in on their mettle old and young alike KEEPSFlourbest BaconSugarc Molas Lard to be this bare majority may be still further and public identity with the people of them the energy and determination the prckage so pent us as vouchers ev neither dismayed or disheartened but found in Hickman Having no partner We the District to excite as warm and en- Â¬ that is invincible and thry will push reduced at next Tuesday s election to divide profits with will sell goods the ideutly being a mistake on the part of fully aroused to determined action Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper hope not and believe not but how would thusiastic support as existed against Tur- Â¬ on the conquering coluinu to certaiu the omcial having the same in charge Marching clubs were organized springREFITTED REFURNISHES HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED Ome and see fer and complete triumph on the 2d of at the omce of tho Western Union ing iuto action as if by magic On THIS thoroughly renovated to river and railroad and attentive Ground and Roasted Convenient the 18000 Democrats of this District feel ner in his former races yourself November nest The telegrams aro written upon Wcs- - Friday evening last in the little vil watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section JCSy Country produce of all kinds taken if through merely personal bickerings a Lastly We have no other words than ruay9 79 TUICXEil W seymours opinion tern Union blanks and aro as follows h of Shippiugport a Hancock club in exchange for goods or Cash maris Republican with 6000 or 7000 votes those of compliment and admiration for hundred members was of er v v mu Gov Seymour says New York will Kn Key is elides in to represent them The apathy Col Tice He is an able man and we surely go for Hancock Florida City of Dallj loruieJ and the money paid in for the He says local Collector W- las took 150 City of Texas 100 Colorado equipments while before the Indiaua which we know to exist with Democrats believe a good Democrat The Courier issues here are all lost sight of in a 3 M iftftjfla H 100 for Key West Men ou deck instruct- election scarcely vg jMEi a corporals guard 39 Presidential contest Gen Sickles ex ed lo say nothing about it no meetings no efforts of has never opposed a nominee of its party xto speakings coutd have been raised iu the same presses entire confidence in Hancocks 20 paid Marshal Jewel space to name all articles but no any kind to work up an interest leads us and probably never will If Tice seeing success Seuator Keroan Gov Dor So it goes time trouble to show goods The numerals 150 100 and 100 What defeat did in Maine for the the dilemna in which his party is caught sheinier August Belmont Co to the conclusion that there will be a very Fel- Â¬ in this telegram mean so Come and see at the corner of Troy many men Republicans Indiana done for the demand Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ey small Democratic vole polled If any Â¬ partly by his lato candidacy will mag Â¬ lows in fact every leader in the State Rush Oct 12 1880 To Hon Charles jan25 ly ocrats It has infused new life into thing like a full Democratic vote is poll- Â¬ nanimously withdraw for the sake of his expresses the firm belief that Hancock J Soyes Jacksonville Fla I telegraphed tho party The old Keystone State will carry New York and New Jersey yesterday 1 will provide as requested ed why both Tice and Turner can lead party and announce himself a candidate They say that elections elsewhere have 200 each for Callendar and yourself as may yet cast her 29 electoral votes for HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS two years hence he would fasten Demo- Â¬ next to no influence on the voters of compensation her favorite son Wiufield Scott Han- the Republican by handsome majorities HICKMAN KY 17 paid Marshal Jewell But the ftar of a small vote and the vast cratic affections upon himself For our those Statos whose voteisalwiys in ScS JLx These telegrams or rather the one is surely Democratic DEALER IX importance of holding our present bare part we could cheerfully support him as dependont and addressed to F W Wicker as colec We move forward not backward CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA SAFE Italian and American Mabbl m jority in Congress causes the fear that the nominee of the party We answer the tor at the port of Key West Fla tells said Gen Hancock in his letter on MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE Ex Congressman McCorkle of Call its owu story The suu had uot goue the alarm sounded by the News may not lo question as who is the strongest man That is the Dem Southern Claims STONES fornia is here He says the Democrats down in the State of Indiana where ocratic motto The Republicans take be altogether sensational fine lot of Amer Â¬ Our majority because unbiased facts force the conclu- Â¬ are thoroughly organized in that State received one of the greatest frauds uver perpe HAVING Italian aMarble I am pre- Â¬ We move in proclaiming In Congress is now whittled down so sion in favor of Turner and because the aud will carry it that tho Republicans trated on a free government and a free pleasure Call and examine pared to fill all orders They see backward not forward our work small that the Iosb of one or two members News and others think there is imminent dare not introdueo the tariff issue be ballot were about to be consummated nothing but the past ri ie before men of all parties thero arc rev wheu the Chairman of the National BOrdcrs from the country promptly may give the next Houso to the Republi- Â¬ peril of a Republican being elected in cause as Boh Ineraell puts it them filled may2Q enuo reformers for lower duties and Republican Committee and an official cans and the control of Congress is more this District free ships that the Chincso question is uf tho United States Government were Immediately after the Ohio election important in effect upon the interest aof the principal issue aud on this the preparing to repeat iu thy Slate of tho betting which had been at odds in Saceass sit IsicsjJtiy Democrats are makiug their fight He Florida the infamy then about to bo favor of Haneock changed and Gar- the people than the control of the Preai The bplendid spirit liopej courage has been iu Nevada too and expresses consummated iu the State ol Iidiana field was the favorite by three to one dency In this peril if there bo any and confidence displaye dbXNorthern himself as very much encouraged with The committee were advised pre Gradually however the odds hae peril in this District we find ourselves He vious to the receipt of theae telecrauiTfTTeeu yivca at less figures and to day democrats as to the t fMHMJPclpc- - the Democratic prospects there savs that Mr Fair is making a deter V vrilh two Democratic candidates neither tion of Hancock on nex rsssBffv cer mined fight and will carry the State that the State of r lortda was about to iu the pool rooms the figures were be overrun by the repeaters of the GarfuldSlOOO Zfancock S750 Many the nominee of a convention or primary taiuly should innpire Ke nttSy demo Legislature 1 he large cities telegrams of Mr thousand dollars were watered at these election and in this emergency the Nets No Prcs- craU with some conGdencs FOR HANCOCK SURE Jewell ouly courm what the commit Â¬ rates On New York State the bet Â¬ claiming to act solely in the interest of idcutial election ever brought out as From the Philadelphia Times tee well kuew to be a fact ting is 81000 to 700 that Haucock Democrats must com- Â¬ many political surpriocs as this one Danoeraey says The above telegrams are iu the will carry it and even bcttinir that It is useless to add what everybody Warns Safe Kidney and Uer Cure uf the committee They are aucnek will have ten thousand major bine on the strongest man and elect him The old politicians aud newspapers knows that this perfect uuiou of the tFbrmcrlv Dr Cralat Zldnmi Cum w i it to it iu Cipying ink have beeu co iiy Two to one ou Garfield carrying warring factious not only as Â¬ I A vegetable preparaUoa and too only Who shall it be1 ion have been completely adrift iu their lately J remeUy In tne world for Brlshts Dlmx sures Now York City a Democratic pied iu a letter pres book and bcur Connecticut was bet several times to i iiioeie nna aju niuncj uicr ana im- Â¬ calculations as to results We have tried to view this incition I Urliuiry The simple government but makes it as sure as tlio telegraph receivers check and day and money was bet to the es DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Diseases I Cd TvsUmonlalsoXUwhlitirat order In rroof I of th ee statements partially and if we have a prejudice in truth is that the wi est dout know auything in the future that can be that marks aud this Comtnitteo delies anv tent of 10000 iuauiull lots ou New CiTFor the cure or Diabetes call lor Wax they arc uoi genuine Jerssy Safe Diabetes Cure tiersFoz the curs or Drtgkts and the otcr the natter we aro not aware- - of it --3 how this or that closely contested State the electoral votes of the State of New ouc to abcrt that BLS I diseases call The leiegrams arc uow beiug litliu Safto lUdney ftr is going until the voles are polled and York will be giveu to 7ancouk aud answer solely in the interest of the De ana UrtrCare Warners The electoral votes of Now York English It also increases the proba graphed aud will bo given tu the pubWARNERS SAFE BITTERS may be that a solid North It SIKCIAI AGENTS TOlt AX mocracy and without a shade of personal counted New Jersey aud Connecticut will de ability that tho Stales of the metro lic iu a day or two It is the best Itlood Purifier and sumolat every function to more healthful acUon asd termine the result of the election It Wi II Barnuji favoritism is our aim and to this end we may confront Hancock and it may be politau group New Jersey and Con Is thin a benefit In all rilnpiws FOR HARVESTING MACHINES ALSO AGENTS would be difficult to name three states WALTER A WOODS Il cures Merofnloos and other SUn Era Â¬ Chairman Nat Dem Cum Here is tha re- Â¬ that the great Slates ol Pennsylvania ueclicut will be given to the Demo have sought information and Diseases Including Caucera ul tlonsand other Sores whose people aro more industrious in cers New York Oct 21 1880 cratic candidates aud it is the usual Dyspepsia Weakness or the Stomach who hon Â¬ Illinois Indiana and New Hampshire sult and we ask each Democrat GOS THRESHERS GAAR SCOTT telligeut thoughtful aud patriotiu than Constipation Dizziness General 11UI- wheel into the Hncock column for the healiug of Democratic disseu iiy etc ro cureu oy ia aaieregular estly prefers the election of either of the may theirs Those slate send 11 member Courier 2 on i u u fur uneqaaled as an appetizer and isiuers uia tonic sious iu every other State jsoiues vi iwu sizes pnecs due aiia aJuu alongside of New York New Jersey oue of Representatives and 8 Keeps on hand repairs for same rc electiou of IIou 0car Tur- Â¬ to tho The present candidates over a Republican to WARNERS SAFE NERVINE CONNECTICUT DEMOCRACY Maine California Ore ner iu the First district by a large ma- Â¬ they cut SO electoral votes With ae Quietly gives Rest and Sleep to the suffering To those Connecticut answer if we dont give act cures llradaelie and Neurmlcta prevents The New Haven Connecticut Reg jority is an absolute certainty but the ceptable candidates on both side- - aud gon aud Nevada in every one of which Epileptic rru ana reueveanerrouai-ro-tratlo- u BALTZBR COMPANY whose personal likes or dislikes are so strong brought on by excessive drink over To our Democratic friends Democratic ister says voters of that dinlriet on a fair trial of strength between the worse mental shocks and other canses Hancock has a fair prospect Let our iu other States The Democracy of should ceo that his mtijurity over 1 owernu as it is to siod pain ana sooine ns parties all three states went for that they are willing to lake the cluinces Ud two turbed Nerves It never Injures the system Kentucky democrats go to work and Counecticut is full uf life viur and icals uud fuctiotiits shall be overwhel Mr Tilden in the spirited caiivais of MANUFACTURERS OF whether taken In maU or large doses sb te electing a Republican of course they Hooies or two sizes prices ooc and gx00 bring out a full vole If democrats determination to carry this State for ming Col Turuer is a man of large 1S7 by an aggregtte taaj nty of IS WARNERS SAFE PILLS will have no weight He has shown 000 It will be seen that this is an av Are an Immediate and active stimulus fbr a will go to the poll aud 6eo that there the whole democratic ticket We have power aud big brain I Torpid liver and cure CouvesessXTrppili BU- 1st Turner has made three races in this lottrnttt auxoas star is a full vote next Tuesday there will a clear tnujority of the voters of the his ability to herve his people with crago mijority of more than 1000 for rrrer rbcu Mtlirlt J hi- to and we district and only a CouirrtM Ague and should District and in our mixing we have never at saiuseu wneucver est be no curpriao in this Con- State out Wcineau aud get the entire success and efficiency and with and his oaeh less thauHiiua for eich De iao will carry the that can vote little experience his energy bowels do not operate found a man who voted for him in 1874 gressional District rreeiy ana reguiariy With such a popular State in spite of Republican corrup- Â¬ good icnsc uud judgment he will iu all elector u PUU 187C or lfaTB who is not for him iu this aaU M tar UwMk tion importutiuu of voters bribery probability accomplish more for his democratic candidate as Wiufield S wkFriitSctiitu race I it not strange that any laboring repeating cheating and intimidation of district thau auy Representative they Hancock and such a tainted republimM Dracxbk a Dokr i Im Bodice ivr wber man or mechanic can be made to bo workmen the Connecticut Detuocs have over had Courier Journal Oct can candidate as Jium A Garfield iiSli Have you TImITtO SUBSCIUBK FOR THE NOW IS THE HH Warner Co lieve that the capital that U there auy good reason for Mipposing rich racy will make the most spirited fiht lb th IroprWtvr i Thisindicates that his old vote is stick man is his enemy Without the seen iu ten years Carry your own the result iu theae three state that EOOHESTEB H Y capital or In 187G he received money there would be no improvc- - States to him solidly tor PukUrt ing Wc will jive a good report of The Democrats of Ieurnylvnia ex this f ill will not he a lepetitiou of th it Xi a ZAsS JO O J7 JSC 1871 vc havut j munt no wacs or employment that State lor Haucock of four years atjo Connecticut ncct to carry his rule in 7518 vsic Â¬ Cor Courier Jrltleitlcu Journal Motility Oct 22d kiHHaer JiHHpi bisBLC Â¬ Congress cratic Lee be city aud throughout the neighboring Stato but it was not until to day that it reached the limits of a furor Truth V office was througed all day by people of both parties cajer to view the pholourophic copy of the letter on ex- Â¬ hibition and all pronounced it genuine Numerous letters from Garfield weac brought in by Republicans for compar- Â¬ ison and in every instance the confes Â¬ sion was wrung from them that they could not dispute its authenticity The publication of the letter instill cd new lilc into the labors of the Dem- Â¬ ocratic Committee who have distribu- Â¬ ted it broadcast throughout the different States and to night plates of which a large number were prepared were ex Â¬ pressed to all the papers of the pacific coast Impromptu meetings have been held all over this city New Jersey Long Island and Connecticut which have been characterized by intense en thusiasm Workiugmn evervwhore irc deserting the Garfield banner and rallying tu the support of Hancock Nothing can uow resist the tidal wave which will iuevitably sweep him into the presidency Tho letter itself bears upon its face undcniablo evidences of Garfields au- Â¬ thorship aud so far no attempts have been made by the Republicans to authoritatively deny it Â¬ W T Phmmer OFFERS vicinity Office PROFESSIONAL SER to the citizens ef Hickman and HIS Corner room in Laclede Home mehll Dress Trimmings Buttons We have a splondid stock c Dr IN STYLE AND PRICE WE DErY COMPETITION DBKTIST A M PARKEE IN HOSIERY GLOVES LACES AND EMBROIDERY artistic manner Office in Millet Block ALL operotions performed in the most to the regulation of childrens teeth Special attention given Hnghlette Wilson Attorney at Iavr H A R T Tyler SADIES and MZSSSS SHOSS Q Attorneys at Law L EANDLE and BE 1BICE CIA2ISK Water 3roof Flannels and Linseys at ZtJS55S33 JISSKOIEES 23ew Hew Hew F E CA SjE Staple and Fancv PIsftse Call Ssamine our Qoscls Â¬ YHkwas japll - J W SOGERS HICKMAN WHARFBOAT John J Young GKOCEEIES E M METHENY Froprs id Family Grocery and Provision Store HIOHSSAKT EENTUOEY J Â¬ nt llr ismtv Â¬ MAS m jgg A ifmlfll mm Propr Family Groceries DIESTELBRINK NO Â¬ JtKHH J jfcs jMit and xt BBUGS AND MEDICINEE HIClM AISr Paints Oils IVMHSg eSSfe Dye StufFs KENTUCKY pos-t-e-ji- RONDURANT ilSEWRY rimviIhbITihM tiiI4ll l Â¬ Agricultural Implements Â¬ Â¬ 2trnr limm Â¬ Â¬ STSSL PLOWS S AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS flr Â¬ JHXiXJ-E-i-J-T-SLXL- u fesaii2223SS 981 HP -- w rt - iW JM MltW atl - - - - - J rtn- r- os se - THE IjlCKMAN COURIER EBIDAY OUT 29 1880 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS STATEMENT OP THE In 1876 the State of Connecticut voted for Tildcn by a majority of 2 900 Â¬ Hickman KrJOct 25 1880 Council met P r e s e n t Councilraen Buckner Faris Campbell Plummer and Cincinnati Hickman St Louis Fresh and Pure k mi Mangels Bakery AND ASSETTS AND llABILiTIES OF W The Mayor being absent on motion Councilman Faris was called to the chair The reading of the minutes of last BBhort communications on public meeting was on motion dispensedthewith questions printed but not responsible ACCOUNTS ALLOWED for sentiments or expressions of corres Â¬ On motion Iho following accounts were pondents except where we refnse to give allowed and checks ordered to be issued Bfcfae of author for the same R E Millet assignee for W J Brown Mr Albert Haddlestoa was elected for post for gravel road fence S1100 city marshal of Fulton last week over A W T Buckner repairing tools 740 A Freeman by a role of 66 to 20 r ETmoN REFUSED KlOST complete line of Healing and Mrs M E Rose presented a petition Cooking StoveB of the season to be found to be released from paying boarding house J W CORMAN COS at license which on motion was refused PERMISSION GRANTED There baa been a great deal of sick On motion the county authorities were the Cayce station neighborhood Bess in granted permission to open and use the chiefly of the eoBgestive type Six deaths jail privy vault on condition that tbey in one week clean it out once a month and clean out fill up dry The city council Monday night and day of with 1880 earth again by the 1st April elected Mr Chas Hackett city marshal CIIT MARSHAL ELECTED to fill the unexpired term of James War On motion the Council proceeded to nor deceased elect a City Marshal to fill the unexpired term of The dwelling home of Mr Pat Co declared Jas A Warner The office being vacant by reason of the death of eick caught fire about 1 oclock Tuesday the said James A Warner sight but was extinguished with Blight C B Hackett being put in nomination and there being no other on motion C damage to the roof B Hackett was elected by acclamation THOSE Dolmans from New Terk have and the City Clerk directed to notify him jest arrived Calland see them to appear at the next meeting cf this oct29 Council with his official bond to be qual- Â¬ J H PLAUT BKO The- - Teachers Institute of Fulton ified CHECK ISSUED couBtyconvcacs In Hickman next Mon- un motion ordered that a cbeckbfc Jjfv All interested in the cause of edu sued to Sara l Lan drum for tdKsfMPr cation are cordially invited to attend for the years 188 79 80 and tUu the and participate in the exercises niuv tuciuc mr laAtfa ior Uncle Andy Shuck brings as the 1875 be entered nivu iuuon River Bank as credits Tflnfield Scott Hancock sweet potato It bond No 32 On motion Council adjourned weighed 8 pounds Sameday Mr Jaime Attest R E Millet C C Cason brought us one that went down at something ever 7 pounds which we name Cloaks W H English the Tice toHancsck WE HAVE THE FINEST AND CHEAP- Â¬ Local Hems Cloaks Cloaks We hare received the Troy Banner EST LOT OF LADIES CLOAKS AND a new paper just started at Troy Tenn DOLMANS EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMe learn that Mr W H Harrison for- MAN WE ASK ALL TO EXAMINE BE- Â¬ merly of Hiekaaaa and most thoroughly FORE BUYING ELSEWHERE PRICES educated gentleman is one of tht editors FROM 400 TO 52000 o52m J AMBERGS SONS This acoeunU foriU being such a good paper The ladies of the Christian Church BEST Brands of Cigars just received will give an oyster supper on Monday Alse GraTely Cable Ceil and Fine Cut night at the old Davis store room Clin Xebcco at ton street for the benefit of the Chris ect29 FORTUNES DRUG STORE Choice Cabbage Onions Mince tian Church at this place They most Meat Graham Flour Cranberries just cordially invite everybody to be present enjoy a good supper and spend a pleasant Teeeired t Slcagala Cos Highest evening They will also prepare a good market price paid for all kinds of country substantial dinner on Tuesday at the produce Will receive next week the same place aud they invite all locall and finest lot of Fancy Groceries ever brought obtain a good meal to Hickman Let one and all turn out and assist the ladies in their efforts to build their church Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MATTIE to an If you want to make your wife and Bounce tober friends and old patrons children happy gojto J W ROGERS and that she is now prepared to give lessons get a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cents on the Guitar and will open a class at per can apl30 lier hone at the old Roulhao house Those wishing instructions will please call and COTTON Owing to the rainy weather see her Charges reasonable the receipts have been rather small and Next Sunday the cerrices at the were readily taken at full prices Be Catholic church will lie held at the follow quote in hours At 9 a m Sunday School Good ordinary 9 40 At 10 a xa high mass nd sermon Sub Low Middling 10c ject or sermon Lesions of Autumn Middling 10 J c Jit 7 20 p m a sermon will be delivered CORN We quole sales of small lots of iB Geraan on a very interesting topic choice new white corn at 38c shelled and The rainy weather retards Mr S 1ST White of Hicfcman i delivered one of the heirs of Mr Samuel Watkins gathering until next week when we ex who died la Nashville last week The pect to report Jarte sales ITHEAT has advanced to from S100 to estate is worth near a million dollars Mr White is anactive enterprising gentle Â¬ 110 per bushel There is considerable man and what he gets will be used o ad Â¬ demand for seed wheat of which the mar Â¬ vance his community as well as himself kets seem bare DRIED FRUIT is steady at 2 to 3c for JCHE NICEST CASHMERES IN TOWN apples Peaches 3 to 4c as to quality AND TRIMMINGS TO MATCH CAN BE Z0UND4 AT VERY LOW PRICES AT 15 it J AMBERGS SONS THE LATEST STYLES OF MENS AND A youcg tnas of this county just BOYS CAPS CHEAP AT 21 had his attention called to the fact ol5 4t J AMBERGS SONS that a certain old colored woman had act- Â¬ 1W aiClIORIAM ed asssidwife on the occasion of his birth Whereas It has pleased God to remove and Tor which services she had never re from earth our dearly beloved brother He hnnted her James A Warner therefore be it eerred any compensation Rctohcd That in his death our Lodge 21 upaad pali her 10 with interest has sustained a great loss and Odd Fel- Â¬ years lowship a devoted advocate of its prin- Â¬ Beportsays that certain employees ciples Resolved That as a public officer his of Dan Rices Floating Opera House while exhibiting at Tiptoaville last week be death will be a calamity to the whole community ease involved in with some citizens Resolved That as a husband father and who were en a high The showmen threw friend his loss will be irreparable Resolved That in memory of him our one citisen overboard and the citizens Lodre room bo draped in mourning our then Beat one showman down among the members wear the I O O F badge cf fishes The citizen side finally succeeed mourning for thirty days Iheje resolu- Â¬ d in demolishing the bars on the boat tions be engrossed upon the records of the Lodge and a copy be sent to the family of and then the plsyweat en the deceased and published in the Hick- Â¬ WE shall receive this week a complete man Codeiek e took cf Breech and Muzzle Loading Guns By order of Fulton Lodge No 83 O F Ammunition and sportsmens goods H C Bailee-Beaters call and see us V Com J W Cobuan ct29 2t J H PLAUT BRO W L McCctchen J Xessons Guitar ELLISON wishes MISS The Markets Â¬ The House Committee on appropria tions will meet at Washington Novem Fulton County Kentucky 34xyargmpa-MijjjiiJj-Jij- j ber 19 TOK THE TEAE 1880 TO W1T The Republican majority in Ohio ASSETTS 80 1 GOOD NEWS TO ALL Net balance in Sheriffs hands asshown as given by the official count is only by settlement made by county levy com Â¬ 17000 missioner and filed Oct llth 1880 aris Wm R Qrace has been nomina- Â¬ ing from county levy and delinquent lists ted for mayor by the uuitcd Democ for 1878 and 1879 179 ri Total amount of county levy poll racy of New York City lax jor ine year 1BS0 328200 Democrats everywhere are still juTotal assctts for the year 345467 bilant and not in the least discouraged by the result in Indiana LIABILITIES St Louis not reaching her expecN Claims against the county allowed and payable out of the assetts of the year ed population in the last census a 1880 to wit committee has asked for a new census To Levi Calvert for care of Nimrod of that oity Denny pauper 3C5 Eleotion Tuesday November 2nd JUUGE3 OP ELECTION ATJO 1880 Democrats dont forgot it stir yourselN Hammond 200 H C Donrho 9 on ves and let every Democrat recollect Owen W Miles 200 the day of the eleotion W B Gore 200 Prof Tice predicts an unusually J W Wineale 9 nn C Reid J 200 eold winter but then this prediction R Baynes 200 may prove to be as inaccurate as some D W Dickinson 200 of the predictions in regard to the eleu L Collins 9 nn lions Jo S Boat 200 Jerry J Jones This month poes oat on a Sunday 200 Thomas Bradshaw 200 and November will come in on a MonCLKBK8 OF ELECTION AUO 1880 day hence the elootion will take place D M Nichols 200 Tuesday the 2d of November Next htTpoh John R McGehee J fc 200 Tuesday J C Hughlctte Wilson 2 00 TOGETHER WITH THE LARGEST STOCK OF B F Beckham 2 00 A third call has been made by the W T Carr 200 Republican managers at Waihingten J M Reid 200 City upon the olerks of the Depart- Â¬ SHEEIFFS OF ELECTIONS AUO 1880 ments for money Your money or step R H Binford 312 down and oat A H Scearce 2 72 Thomas E Gleeson The Capital Gazette wants to res 200 a- - oargent 620 lievethe Governor of Kentuoky of the A T Thompson 3CO pardoning power and lodge it with a Wm Perrv 9 79 Board of Commissioners as is the case Jno A Wilson for services as coun Â¬ WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE ty levy commissioner 1880 3000 in Pennsylvania J W Mayes assignee for buildg All over the country the Democrats bridge Owen Sleugh road 1160 are rallying and they will cast their J W Mayes for account as bridge commissioner to date 32C0 votes for the old general and the InAND 11A VE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF Jno D Mayes for building and re- diana statesman with an enthusiasm Dairin bridges Kioto mol ra nn which will land them in the White T T Twigg for bridge lumber and WOMENS MISSES AND CHILDRENS CUSTOM HAND MADE SHOES House tjDU W C Davis for bridge lumber and ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF Ten thousand Chinese have reached sillsi 1000 New Orleans from Cuba where they Hicks Burkhart for bridge lum- Â¬ have been serving out their contract ber Puncheon Creek 4188 time A T Bynum for clearing drift AT RICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION Bayou du Chein bridge It will not be long before they mato 500 M L Sane for building Puncheon their way up the Mississippi and Ohio Creek bridge 2500 rivers W C Johnson assignee for bridge unler An enterprising American shipped We still hold the lead and can show the most elegant stock of CLOTHING ever 6118 W C Johnson assignee for build- some wheelbarrows to Rio Jaociro and brought to Hickman besides being able to fit the smallest three Intr Snan npk briilirn 97 nn year old to the largest man A fine line of the natives filled them with stones md J C Reid for spikes for bridge 125 carried them on their heads They say iv ii urevara lor nans c for bridge 887 it was a capital contrivance and won W M Bacon for bridge lumber ered how they managed so many years for Shuck road iCO without it A N King for Bridge lumber sun Â¬ dry roads 10350 Will be found in this Department There has been a terrible storm in A 95 Mrs M Hannon for bridge lnmhnr the Northwest and Lake Michigan J H Plaut Bro for bridge and has been a scene of disaster to ship pauper supplies 6205 ping Its shores are covered with the George Warren for public printing to date 1850 wrecks and many lives have been lost AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF O W Miles for holdiog inquest The passenger steamer Alpfaena for over Cal Mayes 600 Chicago went down and all on board X n 9JS 55 H C Bailev for silnrv In rta are reported lost Jno A Wilson account for road or- aers so 10 date 10048 Remember that the election for ConA D Kingman for salary as coun- Â¬ gressmen will be held at the same time ty attornev to data 1J5 Rl and places of the Presidential electiou T M French for trimming and Cleaning court uouse yard 400 The vote is by ballot and must be plain MESSRS JACKSON DeBOW KLINE LEVI GOLD BURG AND KIRK- R F Thomasson account as jailer white with the name of the candidate PATRICK will be pleased to wait on all No trouble to show goods date 9365 written or printed thereon Any other Beard Collins pauper supplies 500 mark on the ballot save the name of the Hunsaeker Newton for same GO TO THE 825 J A Collins for same 2310 candidate will cause the ballot to be Ambergs Sons for same 1879 10 75 thrown out Amborgs Sons for same 1880 2520 H Buchanan for same 600 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ flRllliTili0 3m Bi rm im ri40 JuH lOliiY OX I1AXD wi bmi vj a ji 1 WE KEEF CONSTANTLY FRESII BREAD J II Kiiif miL Dry Goods Department t AT- - T P FORTUNE DEALERS 121 COS ERS NUTS PICKLES DINES FRESII OYSTERS ALSO CAKE CAKES PIES HOMEMADE CIDER CRACK- ROLLS COFFEE SAR- Â¬ jr e A full assortmeet of Plain and Fancy line of Cigars Tobacco and Ciga Â¬ rettes always kept in stock Orders for Weddings and Parlies WITTING A fall CAXDIKfi Drugs Medicines Paints Oils STATIONERY P S promptly attended to KAYSER oct8 Â¬ Â¬ 5000 4500 2500 1200 1000 500 150 100 50 yards of Calico 5 and 6 cents per yard Tobacco 0igars3 8lc yards Domestics 4 5 6 and 8c per yd AGENTS FOR yards fine Sea Island 9 cents per yard THE WHITE SEWING MALHINE yards Cotton Flannel 10al5e per yard yards Bed Ticking 10 to 25c per yard BBIXG YOTJR lbs Cotton Bating at 10c per pound PRESCRIPTIONS Bolts Crash Toweling at 8c per yard J W CORMAN CO Heavy White Counterpanes at 90 cts HEATING AND COOKING Tonus 3rnpwfl rw r OK Jfc V Rnlt Tnwlino fW 3E3 TJS DEALERS itsriEw ARBER NextDorlo CLINTON ST HOP KY Holcombes Urp Store HICKMAN IK lankets Waterproofs Shawls Cassimeres Cloaks and Winter Goods -- BOOTS AND SHOES Tinjpand Sheet Iron Ware JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICK3 Z JOB WORK and Repairing of all of latest Fall anl Winter kinds done with neatness and dispatch Fashions and a large lot of samples of French English anJ German goods Uentlemen are invited to call and ex Copper IlncdTHkk of Anap acturers hen Supplies s Having just fitted np a Heat SUA VING SALOON in the room nest door to Hol- Â¬ combes Drug Store I am prepared to ae cemmodate every one in aeed of Shaving Hair Cutting Dyeing Shampooing or in anything in the Tonsorial line Childrens Hair Cutting n Specialty t Having had long experience I feel con- Â¬ fident of giving satisfaction and solicit a share of public patronage Shaving- lOcts Hnlr Dressing 25c tw oct8 CHAS DELWARD - Merchant Tailor HAS septas John Gr Griffin w R B Brevard is- irpi 1 HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER 25cts Lower than the Lowest hare no clerk expenses no store rent and pay cash for all my Groceries and therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap Â¬ est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone Star Floar 25 cents cheaper than the low Â¬ JOHN WITTING est SOLAR TIP SCHOOL SHOE Â¬ I Fi 3STOTICE1 Mens and Boys Boots and Overshoes r Frank Leslies Weekly The only Democratic CLOTHING Overcoats Underwear Trunks Yalises and Hardware Cutlery PISTOLS KAILS CASTINGS Guns illustrated newspa Â¬ per published will be sent postpaid lor 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 for sample copy and illustrated catalogue Clubs of four will be sent for five weeks eslie for ene dollar Address Frank Publishing Company 15 Dey street N Y F XJRST I SH IN a GOODS TOOLS SPORTSMENS OUTFITS 1 Â¬ Breech Loading Guns Pistols Powder Shot Gum Hunters Boots Blankets Tent Cloths Hardware and Groceries E3ew - BBiUG ST CHfrE Restaurant Caps Caps ii fr tnv FOR THE FINEST KicxxAsr The City Hall was packed and Variety of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can jammed Friday night to hear Mr Rati iff Meats and Pickles call at - the Republican candidate for Congress in J W ROGERS this District More than two thirds of MABRIED the audience were colored people but they were lhar from all the surround- Â¬ PLUMMER ROSE In this city at the residence of the brides mother Mrs ing country Mr Ratlins speech waB a Mary 15 Rose on Wednesday evening very mild courteous plain practical talk 27th inst by Elder J N Hall Da W from a Republican standpoint It was T Plujihek and Miss Laura Rose well received by the Republicans and for Thus are two hearts united Tis the end of all their fears the matter of that by the few Democrats May their joys never be blighted present also for it was dignified and cour In the flight of coming teous to all Democrats and all gave him May peace love happiness success and respectful attention In come things he wealth attend them Tsry greatly misrepresented the Demo Â¬ cratic position but no Democrat expected OUR enterprising friend J WBogers anything else and he was respectful even is now receiving a splendid lot of fresh Groceries which he is offering for sale at in his misrepresentations very lowest prices At the conclusion of Mr Bailiffs speech the yoang Mr Anderson cf Mayfictd was The vote for Presidential Electors called for and responded He is a young mast in Kentucky be viva voce man and started off in a rather rabid and rampant style About this time some The political excitoment in the North States is intense The peopfe are young men in the andience raised a shout ern neglecting their business to attend to far Hancock and several times came near politics drowning Anderson out He appears to The Republican Presidential candi Tit however full of metal and hit back date is energetically denying that he at these shouting for Hancock These It is worthy spats increased the excitement the col- Â¬ wrote the More letter of remark however tbat he makes no ored men took up the shout for Garfield to declare what are his senti Â¬ and such jelling has not been heard for attemptrelative to the Chinese ments questicD many years After the meeting adjourn Â¬ Sen Butler says the Democrats ed the Haneockraen got reinforcements will carry Indiana at the coming elec- Â¬ on the street and carried the day During Mr Bailiffs speech who is an tion Old Ben has a knack of know Â¬ He is so perfectly eld man the best and most respectful at Â¬ ing these thiops familiar with the Republican policy tention was given but when Anderson can tell just wbeu it will suc- Â¬ who is a young man lead off on the that he ceed and when it will fail e had bloody shirt order some young men in little hops that the State would go for the audience raised the shout for Hancock Landers because he knew the means and created some considerable confusion that would be employed to prevent it Me dislike confusion and interruptions but he says the case is very different on occasions of public speakings So it is and the Republicans now One thing Democrats might learn from will laugh with very crooked mouths the Republicans for the good of their after the 6econd of November All party and that is their example in turn- Â¬ accounts from Indiana give us assur- Â¬ ing out to their public speakings The ance that the Democrats arc bow set- Â¬ sieeting Friday night had scarcely any tled down to their work with a deteruii The October reveisc advertisement and yet it was the largest nation to win crowd wc have seen ata political meeting has only served to inspirit them and n Hickman for many years make them more resolute Â¬ The Republican Candidate in yaiiMHi Â¬ OFJno Witting for same 24105 Sale F Thompson col for same 6845 Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky Dr J W Tany for medical atten Â¬ tion to pauper 1200 F M Usher Plaintiff Dr W W Richmond for same L 1800 against Equity Dr W W Richmond for same 1600 Robert Hicks Defendant J Dr W T Plummer for same 600 BY virtue of a judgment Dr J R Luten for same ifi fin of the Fulton ciicuit court and order of sale rendered at the Dr F M Usher for same 1360 September term thereof 1880 in the above Dr J N Outen for same 1800 cause for the sum of one hundred md Dr Alex A Faris for tame 8400 twenty one and 76 100 dollars 121 75 Dr John W Prather for same 900 with interest at the rate of eight per cent J W Benedict for care of sick per annum from the 8th day of September pauper 00 1880 untiipaid and 31 20 cosIb herein W T Weakly for same 2000 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the R J Hunt for same 4000 court house door in Hickraan Ky to the A J Moore for 1 pauper coffin 300 highest biddor at Public Auction on Kistner Gardner for 7 pauper Monday the 8th day of November 1880 atl coffins chairs 3625 oclock p m or thereabout being county c C A Holcombe for medicine fur- Â¬ court day upon a credit of six nished paupers 2065 the following described property months to wit Cowgill for medicine fur- Buck The undivided interest of James A Hicks niRfted naunerAIfl n f AVW in the N W qr of sec 2 1 1 r 3 west I T P Fortune it Co for medicine in Fulton county Ky containing 18 lurnisuea paupers 510 acres more or less being the interest N Hammond for one day at court 0liRTOm5numnraravnninnnnsOT deeded by Jas A Hicks to the of claims to date 200 Robt Hicks Dec 18 1877 ordefendant sufficient TO BUY YOUR II C Donatio for same 200 thereof to produce the sums of money so O W Miles for same 200 ordered to be made For the purchase W B Gore for same 200 price the purchaser with approved surety Medicines w Mayes tor same 200 or securities must execute bond bear Â¬ J C Reid for same 200 ing interest from the day of h Collins for same 2 60 sale until paid and having TOILET ARTICLES the force Jo S Boaz for same 200 and effect of a judgment Bidders will be FANCY J J Jones for same 200 prepared to comply promptly with these PINE PERFUMES Thomas Bradshaw for same 200 terms SOAPS JNO A WILSON S F Dick on order of bridge com Â¬ oct22 3t Master Commissioner PAINTS missioner 3000 Thos Plummer on order of bridge OILS commissioner Sale 500 DYE STUFFS B R Walker com for collecting Fulton Circuit Court KentucTcj 44 on delinquent list 1879 264 CIGARS AND TOBACCO Co plflfs Dickinson Clark Total liabilities to this date 195963 Equity rlgtUUSl Jordan defendants Binford Slnives RECAPITULATION By virtue of a judgment and order of Total assetts for the year sale of the Fulton Circuit Court rendered 1880 as above given 345467 at the February term thereof 1878 in the c MACHINES Total liabilities to wit above cause for the sum of throe hun- Â¬ Current expenses and dred and eighty and 78 100 dollars with salaries 72180 interest at the rate of 6 per cent per an- Â¬ Prescriptions Accurately Compounded Bridges Culverts 48303 num from the 15th day of February c Pauper expenditures 75480 1878 until paid and 83 75 costs herein Store of at the Surplus of assetts over I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court liabilities for the year house door in Hickman Ky to the hi 1880 149504 est bidder at public auction on Monday the 8th day of November 1880 at 1 o clock S345467 5345407 p in or thereabout being county court This Oct llth 1880 day upon a credit of six months the fo -Attest JNO A WILSON C F C C lowing described property to wit The south west quarter of seo 12 t 1 r 3 west and the south east J of the north- Â¬ FOR CONGRESS We are authorixed to announce W AT west quarter of same section township TICE as a candidate to represent the and range containing in all 200 acres poople of the 1st Ky District in the more or less lying in Fulton county Ky - era O co I --3 This land is sold subject to the mortgage next Congress of the United States lein of H A Tyler for one thousand dol- Â¬ lars with interest at 10 per cent from the 18th day of August 1874 until paid and subject to the lien of Sallie S Jordan for BgLCALL and SEE the nice Ready two thousand dollars with interest at G Made Clothing at per cent from February loth 1878 tf J AMBERGS SONS until paid or sufficient thereof to pro duce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or seand KINDLING 50 cents a load curities must execute bonds bearing M CO HICKMAN L sep3 if legal intorest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be pre- Â¬ The best grades of whisky kept at rea pared to comply promptly with these sonable prices by terms T M FRENCH oct22 80 apl30 Special Commissioner J W ROGERS Coinmissianers ber shall receive 26 00 the second larg Â¬ est 15 00 and the third largest 10 00 GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET The test efsaid inducement shall be by bringing the tax payer to the shurUfand IRON WARE see his or her receipt obtained or by and for eaeh recpt so IST JOB WORK done to order snch as paying the money a given or obtained ticket will be given Roofing Gnttering Spouting c of the Gold Stove Clinton Street to the party entitled thereto with the name of the payer written theraon anI Hickman Ky feb7 79 signed by the sheriff which ticket shall be kept by the holders thereof until the SET -- SEE 1st Mondny in January next and then presented to 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 staled WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON S F C B R Walks reasonable terms lying one fourth of west of the Court House In mile south 2 the town of Hickman embracing abont T I will pay the above reward to any three private citizens of Fulton connty who c will induce the largest number of tax- Â¬ payers in said county to pay their taxei on or before the 1st day of January next He who induces the largest num- Â¬ 53 Reward 1 Sb SALEI AND ONE HALF G FORTY TWO ACRES II OWlik o xa CD 0 CJ1 O Nichols The Metheny to patrons A splendid cook Meals from 6 to 8 and from 12 to 2 oclock Special rates to reg- Â¬ se30 ular boarders Meals 25c politest attention given of land nearly all under fence with a Mr Marien Williams having bought LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING the RESTAURANT formerly kept by War- Â¬ M each am respecttully announces good Cistern and Stables young bearing ner Orchard of selected fruit good Garden to the public that the establishment has spot and good lots of never failing water been overhanled and that the former pa- Â¬ for Stock For terms apply to the under- Â¬ trons and travelling public can be ac Â¬ commodated at all hours at 25 cents ja signed or T M French C F C C meal SRegular Boarders accomodated B R WALKER jaS0 8O gHighest market prices paid for Poul Â¬ try Butter Eggs Vegetables c t 35BS 3E Meals at all Hoars r m O0t Mil PlUJMaltfV FASHIONABLE Commissioners R C R C JXotice V TjUUTZ SCIXnOEDEK FULTON CIRCUIT CQURT Headquarters Boolts for all Kinds of School Pralhers admr pltiff Pralhers heirs and cred J against Equity and School Supplies BOOT AND Drugs Patent DEALER 1M School arid Miscellaneous itors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors SHOP North West corner of Moscow of R C Prather deceased tbat lhe un- Â¬ ind Troy Aveuues East Hickman Ky dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton - Satisfaction guaranteed gCircuit Court under an order in the tbove may9 ly styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hiekman Ky from the date hereef until the 21st day of Feb- Â¬ ruary 1881 to receive and hear proof ef Shoe claims against said decedent and that all HICKMAN KENTUCKY claims not presented to him and proven as Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made required by law within the time specified to order and in the latest fashion In Â¬ above will be forever barred JNO A WILSON visible patches put on whoih last longer Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court than when sewed All I ask is a trial sept 1 1880 Shop next door to City Barber Shop feb7 79 fft SHOE MAKER Boot and H P Fethe Maker Commissioner Stationery Wall Paper Pic Pocket Kasors SWING OOCTGILL ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors W S Hicks deceased that the OYSTERS BOLOGNE SAU of undersigned Commissioner of the Fnltou PIOSFEET Fruits Candy Vuts Circuit Court ture Frames under an order in the above The Cheese Crackers etc specialties styled cause will attend at the County best of Cigar3 and Tobacco Court Clerks office in Hickman iCy Pocket Cutlery Toys t and Fancy from the dite hereof until theJ21st day of February 1881 o receive andilear proof of claims against said decedSnf i Goods and that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law withHv the time specified above will be forever CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY JNO A WILSON barred 8TREET Master Commr Fulton Circuit Conrt- ctRutly on hand for hire sepU 1 18S0 KEEPS sa v rSend for copies of my New Reduced HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS Commissioners Notice Price Luis of Picture Iramei CAromot Thankful for patronage heretofore ex- Â¬ Bracket Croguet Sets and Base Balls or FULTON CIRCUIT COURT tended him he solicits a continuance of 1878 Abner Youngs admr plaintiff same MILLERS old stand Clinton street 1 wnun Lager Beer Saloon Commissioners Notice W S W FULTON CIRCUIT COURT Hicks admr plaintiff I Equity-against S Hicks heirs and credit Sale and Livery Stable I3K COME T Cairo Hickman STAY New Madrid THE BEGULAB CITY ITEMS IP AC KE T Dry Stove Wood Best Whisky Â¬ T TAMBROSEH I Ii Ii BS Masteb AN Tuesday and Thursday and Friday This elegant passenger steamer will arrive at Hickman going down every up Â¬ BETTER ST 111 We propose selling the TWIN SPRING BED at 3 50 The springs are made of pure steel Call and see us and save just SI 50 instead of buying the common iron spring Bed at 500 We mean what wo say GARDNER KISTNER As a stray by Alfred McDaniel living five miles east of the city of Hickman in Fulton county Ky on the Shuck road on the 18th inst one mouse colored mare mule aged about 4 years branded on the TAKE3T UP 0 B S Bl SIS eg Coughs Colds Sore Throat Bron Â¬ chitis Asthma Consumption Ana All SUeasca orTIIBOAT and XTJXQSL Put up la QuaxtSlze Bottle for FnmUj Vie Selectlfiailbr praputd of Bibon Tola Cirtunizod Iloclc Gtodr Old Kjs anil other tonka Tbs Formula la known to oar best phjilotsna la hi hlj commendod br toem and tas analral nf ocr moat prominent SURE CURE UU Abner Youngs heirs and credit j 3 ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Abner Young deceased that the un Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order iu the brej styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman JJ from the date hereof until the 2lstday6r February 1881 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent aud tliat all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within the time spec i ified above will be forever birred JNO A AV1LSON MasUrCommr Fultou Circuit Court- sept 1 lbSO against Equity 1 Wednesday aug20 8P Q KISTNER - GARDNER - DALEB3 IN chemist ProC G A MARINER In OniKlitri on label of TKTbnttlj It known to th medical profeialon that TOLU BOOK and RYK will afford tha greatest rellajfor Oontha Colds Influenza Bronchitla Dura A must ve ucuigj axao vwuooiuuoa la uiv u right shoulder with a mark like a dip tf Hickman Ky As a stray by It D Hunt living six miles south east of Hickman on railroad one RED STEER with whito face white spot on shoulder white under belly Valued at 800 by J W Mayfield markel with split in right ear Given under my hand this Oct 18 1880 ocf22 J C REED J P TAKES UP thong T II has had fistula and about 14 hands high appraised at the value of 50 Also one mouse colored mare mule aged about 3 years about 14 hands high having no brands appraised at the value uj CT2 of 50 Also ono black mare mule aged 7 about 1 year last spring eome white spots in its face which is appraised at the val Â¬ LOWER and LOWER ue of 20 Witness my hand this 18th day of Oc- Â¬ All kinds of Groceries hams sides tober 1880 as cheap as the cheapest I will not oct22 J W MATES J P undcrscld JOHN WITTiNG c bo FUKNITUEE COFFINS IIIOKMAN c MATRASSES KENTUCKY ors defendants Notice is hereby eiven to the creditors t eipwtardaarweatara of Jas Brautlay iteccasea mat uieiin- I designed Commissioner of the Fultfrt vaakoTdehUiutadit girea tona aeuritr and itranjta Circuit Court under a Order in the above styled oiuse will attend at Hie County nATTTTfYW a D0NTBEDECEIVE0V b nnpdnoipled deal office in Hickman Ky erwhoU7topaimotTopon joaRocindRieIn 1 Court Clerks plaoaof OMTOLURoUk AND RYE which ii B fiom the date hereor until the 21st dtyof tha onmealcated arUcla made lAecennlnahar- February 1881 to receive and hear proof te a GOVailNlIKNT STAMP on aaoh bottle rjjLWBEXCE as MAHTIX rroprletora of claims axaiust said decedent and that 111 Mndlaon Street Calcuso all claims not presented to him and prov Â¬ en as required by law within the timeyour Drusstat Tar ltt WAA your iroecr for ltt specified ulove will be forever barred nAalt your Wine alcreanut rhr It PfAb JNO A WILSON K7 Children aakyrarHanma for It Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court ov sep t l IA 3ILUV1U a i ccij where Jas Brantleys admr plaintiff Equity against Jas Brantleys heirs and credit J Commissioners Notion FULTON CIRCUIT V AT dtfioVoaAPirg5li fAyil I - i zi 1 II I jl I In 11 HIIHW II s W Mi ii In - - SL 1BG- - - eV - i stir in a teacup of cream in which a A FIFTY EIGHT DAYS FAST Growth or British Cities TJHJEJ tablespoonful of flour has been One dayst the atUo nindow DBnNO Tobacco Light colors are and season with salt and pepper mixed A Tho opinion quite generally enterGREAT GERMAN French Prisoner Who neat Br tained Melt I heard snch a brecry clamor not dcsirablo and are produced by rapid a tablespoonful of butter inja baking pan More to Me than Cold The sounds of a saw and a hatchet Tanner Tbo Phenomena oi Starva Â¬ largo that London is ono of tho few The pounding of nails with a hammer drying In curing tobacco endeavor to pour in the mixture and set tho pan flat REMEDY British cities wiiinh m m raniMi- in tion let it dry slowly taking caro however From the London Standard is very erroneous as tho figures plainly a hot oven When it thickens spread While the chatter of Ted and his playmate roR mat it does not pole burn Ann Moore tho famous fastingwoman show It is nearly eight years since the Together was si incessant over the remaining whites beaten to a That I judged whatever they worked at Worms in Horses To destroy pin froth Return to tho oven and bake a of Tutbury pretended to have lived last census and the Registrar General n ray lm RHEUIATISI VLrf Twas probably something pleasant ber parte of lar IJfl a f worms in horses civn nn ir consequently supplies various estimates I f delicate brown lak Slip on a largo platter for eight years entirely without food Vms n truly MT Each gave the other an order A watch committee Ap Jf annually of tho population of the prinwas appointed salt and water two or threo day3 in suo- - and servo at once NEURALHA spoon As often as ho was able wJ5S sad can recommend hJ hun very init to eVerTm Tbry almost might haTe been building Quince Preserves In the map of Asia held upside down ccssiun men auminister a ball consist- Â¬ Pare quarter which detected the fraud in abedding Â¬ cipal towns founded on tho ratio of in-Â¬ SCIATICA crease between 1861 and 1871 in ordei Another tower of BibeL where is tho hooded woman who appears ing of an ounce of aloes and ouo drachm and core saving tho skins and cores genious manner Tho bed and to form with the Tours most respectfully to bo trying to bit an island with a club of calomel N Y Herald Just cover tho quarters of qninco with delicate woman in it were placed on a rates a basis for calculation of yearly LUMBAGO I had no glimpse of the toilers Mas DAVID CLABX From this it appears that Lon weighing machine which re If ot even when lunch was ready Exercise for Fowls A now wav of cold water and simmer until tender Take With tho map of Asia held upside Though up through the dunt of the stairway sulted in the inevitable exposure At don now contains 3620868 an increase BACKACHE down what country is like a steep moun- Â¬ furnishing hens that aro confincdin a out tho pieces carefully and lay on flat I more than once called Teddy7 viHi Aav nt tliia smce 1871 of 366608 Liverpool C38 smau space with an abundance of oxer plates Add tho parings etc to the I thft ATnirfttinn nf tain peak J BENTLEY Wl D says UU At last though driven by hunger How will tho map of Australia have to ci8o is recommended by an exchange A water cover tigutly and stow an hour strict watching being warned that she 338 an nicreaso of 44933 Manchester The two little boys descended 361819 an increaso of 10640 Leeds wua BiuiHg sne acxnowieagea ner un If has done more good than piece of meat is suspended by a string Strain through a jelly bag and to ea2 SORENESS be licla to find tho hcadof a man with a And I asked If the work on the tower all Medical just so high that tho fowls will have to pint of tho juice addapound of granulated posturo and admitted which is an im- Â¬ 311860 an increaso of 52648 Sheffield And the strife of tongues wis ended or ins Treatment long nose portant fact that so long as the watch 297138 nn increaso of 57192 Bristol make a good jump to reach it We snp CHEST sugar Boil skim add tho pieces of upon her Then both made haste to tell me was but imperfect her daugh Â¬ 209947 an increase of 27395 Bradford poso other lands of food might be thus qninco and boil gently ten minntes pe secret of all their labor The KuFsIan Czar n K Ftttos Boston Ji ter had contrived when washing her 191046 an increase SORETHROAT A naif fledged dove had been given A remarkable incident has recently placed and no hen would bo without tako out onto flat dishes and set in the face to feed hpr avor r vnnrninrr Trw runner 347 an increase of of 45216 Hull 146 oSjITiTrfVv corns To Ted by a llttie neighbor MinnHmlbit 24455 Salford 177 tho incentive to tako the necessary exer- Â¬ sun Let the syrup boil until it begins and I believe in ill been brought to light in the childhood QUINSY 849 an increaso of 53048 Newcastle Sr TfrtKn- - b youudj A ragged pin feathery pigeon to jelly then fill the glass cans two- - towels made very wet with gravy milk of tho present Czar of Russia When a cise while eating her daily food fy iu u T and other nourishing fluids and had 146948 an increaso of 18503 Ports-Â¬ SWELLINGS 72 mut much d nai raort good With bill wide open and yellow hui tbinIS ihi Assorting Fruit Great injnry has mints itui auu cover witn tno syrnp boy of twelve years his father Nicolas And they were busy at building ajro I also mouth 131821 an increaso of 18262 Cocoa From the Nibs Put two voy when kissinnr her contrived to con A coop for the little fellow L made him a Lieutenant in the Imbeendono by tho careless way in which small portions of solid food from SPEAIN9 Leicester 123621 an increaso of 30402 Tours respectfully perial Guard somo growers put up their fruit It pays quarts of very hot water into a threo montn to mouth Guillaume Granct a Sunderland 114573 J BENTLET UD That day and the next In the attle FROSTED FEET The child was delighted with tho glit in tho end to give close attention to as Â¬ qnart enameled saucepan for every ono prisoner at Toulouse resorted to starva- Â¬ 833 Oldham 111318 an increase of 26 I heard the bustle and clamor an increase of 28 The sounds of the saw snd tbo hatchet tenng uniform Happening soon after sorting and thoso who mark their grades qnart pound of ground cocoa nibs and tion to avoid punishment For the first G89 London is equal to eighteen of the The pounding of nails with a hammer to enter a hall where tho highest Tartar honestly and put their names on their stir well together Boil gently but inLoudly In Its Praise EARS seven days tho symptoms were not very largest cities Liverpool But the pigeon must have considered Princes of Southern Russia were assem Â¬ packages will soon obtain the highest cessantly for eight hours and stir occa- Â¬ remarkable After that period he was very near ono another inand Glasgow aro Toimro Ojt March 3 1SS0 population tho Tho whole affair but a bother Strain off tho liquid into a baÂ¬ Compelled tn drinTr water tn rnliovn liio latter having bled in council ho was still more elated prices It may require years for a fruit sionally Bir BrTn ConiVnns the short time that Vcoansc For before the coop could be finished 39818 moro people than an when these dignitaries many of them raiser to establish a reputation but when sin and let it stand until quite cold when He flew away to his mother wablood ginB thirst and after lingering on in the former The density of population EverYi L 1 tho fat or bntter should bo skimmed luwh or sneak aged men roso to pay homage to tho this is accomplished bo will always ob- Â¬ J terrible agony ho died in convulsions on varies greatly in the leading euMomers tJi ia its praiseel Cormedicine J OurRIGHT 4 CO loudly It tain rcadv sales and bo ablo to omnmnnil off Warm up the cocoa for uso The tno nity cignui day Tho caso is re- Â¬ examplo it is 114 in Norwich towns For CIoBd Shapes and At law Pnzztcs Queen and Elizabeth Streets Newcastle cocoa nibs will reboil several times if a ported Ho crossed and rccrossedtho hall with good prices by Van Swieten Clouds who over heard of finding is no 274 Sunderland 414 London littlo fresh bo added The bntter of doubt as to its truth and itThere that Manchester 843 and Liverpool 480 childish swagger but after tho second TOOTH EAR Sam to Poultry Wo clip tho fol- Â¬ fun in the clouds shows What in the world 1033 obeisanco the nobles continued their con lowing useful hints Hens often havo a cocoa is valuable for chapped hands up to tho present at any rate Dr TanÂ¬ per acre Many of tho small uncommeris Willio talking about sore lips and burns c I tried tho ner has at tho most only done HEADACHE So spoke John who was Wills big forenco and took no further notico of habit of biting and pulling at their feathwhat cial towns of Great Britain aro station-Â¬ wholo xro T BEPAEEO BT brother John iriw nrvnVlv lfi vmrs nlil tho boy Alexander ran in a rage to his ers and greedily eating them until their of the nibs but discarded them in favor others have done before him Yitcrbi ary others slowly decline iV YTimcs ground and havo used tho above a Corsican father to complain of thorn but Nicolas bodies aro bear This practice it is be- Â¬ out v m was oniy jiu H R STEVENS Boston recipo for years to tho general satisfac- Â¬ assassination condemned to death for tho ALL QTREI FAI1S led him before them rebuked him publieved is occasioned by a wiutt oTsalt as Mass of Frediani resolved to isaV dflsH Bsbbk Uiun t we liayj 1JaBV tun out of tho licly A Conversation for his vanity and insolence and when salted food is given stj starve himself to death He died on tho thoy tion of my friends clouds asked t ice ssssaHsJsassssssssssssai Crisp Oatmeal Cake Rub a quarter twenty first day He too occasionall A Now York gentleman took down Yps if rat- d John disgraced him by stripping him of his make no nttempt to contimiHaUilit VegetFne is Sold byall Druggists AC the conversation of two fash- Salt pork chopped Hue and fiftr twico a of a pound of dripping or lard into half moistened his mouth with water Til would have cniotS BaHHTif ho had epaulettes V t a pound of oatmeal into which you have medical details of his case wliich are UBUio ii diea during Tl morning call Oil anotltor neeimmn Viinlna clintrml week has been adopted with success A HDICIII WIVHOCT A IV1 I been with us renlied suss nartx and exsar External Rcnudy A trial a tails it Alice but Us cotnparaUvsIy trifling outlay of Casr and trsry thatthcrowero times when ho coidd con- Â¬ while others put a tefrspoonful of salt mixed a largo pinch of carbonate of soda very horrible will bo found in Paris viz Well I never heari LWJ1C like before one suOsrias with pars eaa bars ehsap and positive proof of you dear Itll tw do well dothank you trol his own spirit and fulfil tho ordi Â¬ with two quarts of meal or shorts moist and of salt Make into a dough with a Medical Jurisprudence its claims Biaxcnoss Of nctual pnul John ia iutis uiecifiis They Pretty nary obligation that ono gentleman owes ened well mixed and feed it about twico gill of cold water shake meal plentifully starvation tho most remarkablo exam- Â¬ Tho three friends to whom tho chil- Â¬ 19 IT Alt MCteiSTS AH sMUtS II BltJCC on tho board turn your dough on to it ple is perhaps that reported by Dr to another when he has wrongodhim every week Fowls liko human beings dren are hero introduced wero at tho A VOQELER CO How havo you lccn this ago hrreilrfrmf tnW A man some Aunt Alin nrA TATJ11 In ono of his frantic spells of rage ho to bo healthy must have a certain allow- Â¬ and having sprinkled this also with Sloano of Ayr Jinltimorr 3td JJ8A Pretty well How have you been meal work it with tho backs of your 65 years of age a spare habit of body having returned on tho night before grossly insulted an old General who had ance of salt Bladder Urinary and Liver Diseases Dropsy Very well thank you as from their summer trip to Grandfather faithfully served him Tho soldier reCoal for Paint Sucl Foster of fingers out littlo as possible of Roll the and uncommonly vigorous tor his time Gravel ami Diabetes are cured by Pleasant day dough signed his commission to the thickness a crown of life was accidentally incarcerated Nicolas com- Â¬ Muscatino writes tho Iowa JlomcMcad Burtons in tho country Will had been Yes very bright but had a shower TiIMn put in Rlmnnzi rhri liil rtf telling John who had remained in tho manded him to appear before the wholo as follows Let mo again recommend pan or a glass answers well for n onnoo Â¬ in a coal mino for twenty three days yesterday this pur- during the first few of which he had ac city all the summer about his adven- staffj and then ho apologized and begged this article for old wheels now wheels tte Great Kidney and Lira Medicine All your family quite well tures on grandfathers farm aud in tho forgiveness of tho man as publicly as he wagon wheels buggy wheels wheel bar- Â¬ pose put tho cakes on a hot stove and cess to water strongly impregnatea with Qnite well thanks How is yours when a littlo brown on tho under side iron Ha then hpmmn vinnTiln in mmra had offered the insult haVO Iianrl it R01 0Ti1 rows Ctc wide woods close by tho farm Oh very well thank yon It is worth whilo for American boys to and know itIis tho bestpaint ever used take them off and place on a hanger be- Â¬ and had unfortunately fallen some dis- - J best la the World for sals try the Wo wero real tired from running so Havo yon seen Mary B lately fore fire tho in order to brown tho upper study the lives of these Romanoff Princes This year my buggy needed painting core rights Disease RetenUon or Nonretcn much ono afternoon continued Will StPanIJMinneap8lisMaiitoliaHRCO have seen Susan C No but I Uoa of brine rain in the Back Loins or Side tragical with mad spasms of cruelty some of the strokes rattled and somo of side tlus done tho cakes will be ready for Dr Sloane thinks that an impure atmos Â¬ when wo all went out on tho lawn You dont say so Is she quite Tars dollars par aero allowed ths where grandfather was sitting It was love hatOj and rage in which tho ordi- Â¬ the woodwork about the bed rattled a use If to bo kept put them away in a phere by lowering tho vital powers ins and cultivation For particulars sstilar for brsak apply to nary passions of men are exaggerated little and when my man was tarring tho tin box in a dry place and when required might tend to slightly prolong life under well shady and nice D A McKINLAY Rising Yes very well Ibelieve cure Inlemperancflferroai Disease General Commissioner a t Pastl Alavn Please pass mo another you know into something abnormal and monstrous wheels of the big wagon tho two horse for tabletoput thorn in the oven for five circumstances of privation The un- Â¬ Tfnstvon tro Debility Female Weakness and Excesses It is probable that the Romanoffs were spring wagon and tho one horse spring minutes warm them through and re happy man died on the third day after what interrupted John pointing with Yes indeed I have seven calls to no belter or worso than other men but wagon ho gave the buggy a coat all over crisp them V ASTKIs t0 Agents evsrywbvrs to Mil onr goods ly his removal In 1866 Capt Casey of familiss Ws pv attracuvs centals his knife at a plate of cakes scPl and nrsl elau goods to yonr cnatomers its sirs von good they are subjected to a terrible tempta- Â¬ tho James Lowdcn passed twenty eight make running gear shafts dash board inÂ¬ As I was going to say Will conrornishoat Srofits wr prepay all eiprsst charges Do call again soon tion in the power with which they are in Â¬ side and out all over and now tho old days in an open boat without food or Write for particular wires Biliousness Headache Janndlce Boar Tyranny or Appetite tinued we were resting in tho shade TEOPLFS TEA CO Bos 3033 St Louis Mo Thank you but you dont come near Romach Dyspepsia ConsUpation and Plies water He contrived however to drink when grandfather told me to look at tho vested a power which is absolute and rattle trap looks and runs liko a new A young patient was brought to Super in an age great white clouds that wero marching which doubtless to them seems illimita- Â¬ buggy nins as silent as a midnight hour intendent Coles in the first stages of de-Â¬ as much rain as he could collect and mo onco you shouldnt say so dear Pm Oh ble it is possible of course that ho may and shines as black as a black jet glass lirium tremens with tho warning that he round the sky By and by grandfather sure Im very good The ACTS AT OXCK on tho Kidney river and said Willie I seo a soldier with a citizen American boy son of an ordinary bead Try it it saves half tho cost of was a bad case and must bo sharply have chewed fragments of his clothes Good by Bowels restorinc- them to a healthy action and TIOUETTEiBllSINFSS Thus then so far as ascertained cases whoso life is held down and ruled setting tires that is they will not need looked after As sooa as hewa3 sword in his hand Where said I from CDBKS when all other medicines fail Hen couvales Good by dear This Is tha harl Miia uuij cumpeie sou leiimoia go life has actually on one occasion his cradlo by law by custom and setting half as often myrow mA creds hare been Bared who hare been circa up qent ho began to beg for liquor which looking down tho road Up in the skv work on tiqatte and Btninta and isodal forms It to die by friends and physidans been sustained for fifty eight days withlasll alt u narArm ni li j imiuui umin u its Baa said he And sure enough I saw a j xwjjiuu uuua ib iiuiu mj control nis iiifs i Saving Seed Corn Wo frequently was of course denied him Send for pamphlet to A Queer Statement bow to rP to thr best adrinUge on mil oceaaion How much have great white cloud almost exactly like tho appetites and passions Mr Coles gathered up the young mans out food but not without water AfrrnfA WanlH Send IVv areolars continag4foU sTM B CtXKKE rrorldeBce the vitality of our corn killed by more difficult it is for a child who is bom Referring to the cases which occurred KI v hv n A correspondent sends us the followauu ll irtO ABent picture of Gen Jackson in grandfathers clothes in his arms including his boots Trial aire 75 cents Large size cheapest Addrens SanoTiL Fcimmao Co Philadelpl AS fa to almost absolute power to put a yoke early frosts and consequently get a poor and shoes and carried them down stairs Hnvinrv 41m Tmi1 luiiuiio til Voir DT ing item wliich hardly needs comment uuu mu uiau a lOl T aimnorroom SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS mo next season xnc pre-Â¬ buuiu on himself says In such a case the natural ventiveuicuru soon as Land and Water makes the curious Was he marching asked John There my bov said Mr Coles to Donovan hunger as They described the is as there is at first very acute statement that in certain counties in Eng- Â¬ Yes but his legs didnt move Tho tendency of all appetites is to assume frost to go into tho cornfield danger of himself when you want to get out of Eain of and select said wind shoved him along for three or four enormous proportions this establishment youve got to sum- Â¬ had passedthat after twenty four hours land whence the chief snpply of geese Even the most careless boy can hero tho ripest and fairest ears and plenty of mon mo without food the pain sub- Â¬ is drawn young children aro frequently minutes and then blew his head over so catch a glimpso of the great law of com- - them Save only ears that havo small young manand perfectly satisfied that the sided and was succeeded by a feeling of detained from school or work that they representing ths choicest selected Tortdse SheU snd that after a while tho soldier turned into could not get out without his weakness cobs and deep kernels Either braid it and sinking experienced prin- Â¬ may lie in bed by turns for the sole pur- Â¬ Amber Ths lightest handsomest and strongest knsira a tiling very much like a buffalo But Eensations and see how tho calm solid up by a few husks left on each ear or assistance Mr Coles applied his thoughts cipally in the epigastric region accom- Â¬ pose of hatching goose eggs placed there Sold by Opticians snd Jswelers Made by EPE5CZB 0 obtainable by tho plain make a scaffold to other subjects that wasnt all we saw Aunty here soon American in tho loft of somo build- Â¬ panied with insatiable thirst a strong with them citizen is preferable to a seat LTS7rjhS2s Here is another proof that MCO 13 Maiden Lane Kerr York pointed out what looked like a lady Tho patient was to fJiA f on the highest throne of Europe with ing where a good circulation of air can some spirits His determinedtwo procure desire for cold water and a distressing the Americans are n nrocrpssivA Twwnlo dressed for a ball Tho cloud lady had room was stories feeling of coldness eUIXsJE TO SUCCESS bo had A scaffold can be made by nailover the entire sur-Â¬ and ahead of their English re with on a dress almost exactly like white tho TJOSSibilitV Of tll mnl nnur rf o ing sticks from rafter to rafter and then from the street but there was a pipo face of the body In a short time tho it is an acknowledged faet neighbors as Catharine or of an Ivan tho Terrible that it does satin iThe sun was shining on the dress that ran from the roof to the ground a face and limbs became laying small poles on When the corn is FAR horribly ema- Â¬ not require force to keep the American l BYOook the best Easiness and bocut Game and and it glittered as if it were covered with Hand first put up do not lay it too thick as the latest It tells ciated the eyes acquired a most pe- Â¬ children in bed long enough to be late HOW TO IX ever pnblithed mMnchbet wsy How to be The Law of Entail EVHtTTHlXO pearls Near the sky lady I saw a lion the tho cob may not dry out aud it may I can descend by that he said yonr own lawyer Howtodobosines coiriety ajidsac culiar stare the skin exhaled pecnUar from school or absent from their work Much misapprehension exists in this Grandfather said it was more like a New- Â¬ Ho looked around for his clothes They efaUy Uowtoactin sonelvandia every p irt of liland heat and spoiL Spread out thin Counand contains a gold mine of vanedinformatiorindipenahIe to foundland dog but I thought it was a country as to the present powers of entail try Gentleman wero gone He found nothing but a pair with offensivo foetor and was covered New York World all dames for constant referenre Apnii Wanted for ARE YOU WEARING OUT a brownish filthy looking coating in England There is no Buch thing as lion While we were looking at fho lion all or spare time To know why tin book of KhAl value of old slippers The money he had in almost as indelible as vnmish TliJa ha A pedagogue told one of his scholars MAKTNO ffoAY Rnrr TVrerrrT Is Tour body or mind wearing ont under excessive 1 Tn tla an attraction sells better than sny otherapply rot terms to the lady changed into something that a law of primogeniture except insofar nis pocKew wnen ne was orongnt to the a son of the Emerald Isle to spell DO VaiAXM BROS 33 W 3th St JJintl O f caregritf orold sget Do the Stomach Liver Kid looked like a turkey Besides we saw a that if a man die intestate his real estate MainorFarmcr is related the experienced asylum was in the bureau drawer of his was at first inciined to regard as incrust neys rrrnnarr Orgu refute to perform their functions hostility horse com ITJRElt 1881 1881 good many giants and a few mountain would pass to his eldest son except in oi uonainan weston in making clay soil room Mr Coles had not thought to ed filth but further experience convinced mencedPat Are jonr Lungi Weak Xrrves Untrung Blood rale and Not horse tility said Ths ILLUSTRATED COLDES PBIZE for 1JS1 is He says bis soil was a tako that away Tho young man tore him that it was a secretion poured out Kent Where it WOllld bn lltvidorl nmnnrr productive Wty Flesh Thin Muscle Flabby and Fpinls gnnef ranges the teacher but hoss tility Sure If so then no human ajency can rntore yon like Malt Aunty said John who had been all his sons Up to the close of the last stiff hard clay now it is a clay loam an 1 tho sheets of his bed into strips and from the exhalants on the surface of the replied Pat an didnt ye tell me only now ready This elegant book contains about M0 fins rjirrcu a pure nnfermented Extract of Mall nop body The sufferer tottered in walking century tUMwcr of ciaUil yos illimita- yiaJJiKoojJL crops After plowing tl engravings A specimen copy will be sent free to sny wound the strips around Calnya and Iron and the greateat Xonnnhlng and slicing his wheat cakes into1 tho shape of other day not Faith har5rand poorest acre in my field a pair of pantaloons thenhis legs makingÂ¬ like a drunken man his voice became tha wan thing wid to say boss and an- Â¬ one in tbe Cnited States on receipt of a three crnt stamp cats and doers and svralimcinfT tLm ble It wJWnrrjiilrwI in vincininn Strengthening Medicine erer called Bitten he took a com- weak like that of a person in cholera Beware its yo ono day which I did soon after haj ing I told a trTll rrnlr lw n mst U10 OTtrnnnTiniirv to prspsy postage on tho book Agents wanted Address cf Imitations similarly named The gtntuxe Malt Brr dont you remember what we forter from his bed made holes in Ta bear the COMrATS SIGSATCBE Sold every when we went to seo Booth play heardÂ¬ chant named Thcllussen of Swiss ori- - boy and French horse that when they had his arms and thus made a tolerablyit for ho whined liko a child and burst into other the nixt CO F QLEASOX Hamnice tears on the slightest occasion where In re-Â¬ iS Summer Street Boston Mass let at tho South Broad two winters kui wno accumuiatea a vast lortuno in nothing elso to doit would bo their busi Â¬ MALT BITTEES COMPANY Boston Maw A rtjralist camo into Tallahassee Fla spect to the mental faculties their pros- Â¬ ness to haul sand on to this land I do London partly by buying up jewels ago With tho dressing gown made from the tration kept pace with the general nnd finding not from wreck of papers a news stand ordered a lot Uftl exclaimed Aunt Alice yon great French emigres at the time of tho ono now recollect but think wo hauled comforter tho pantaloons made from the oi uuuiiy power in many which ho nunureu ana mtv or two imniirrHi strips of his sheets and the pair of slip Â¬ there was a with profuse thanks took from the clerk revolution Mr Thellussen in mean about Hamlet and Polomus and The Great Remprtv Fnr Yhf lives Ho was astonished state of imbecility in some almost Tim nmrr Kiirinrr vritli pers ho Ono horso loads tended ins money to accumulate until it u tho whale J THE BOWELgnniithairinurvs w thought dressed w a heavy cultivator I thoroughly mixed Only ono thing washimself wellhat Go- Â¬ complete idiotism but in no instance though when the clerk asked payment woidd have reached about 700000000 ineoe aroas organs are the Natural cleansers of Whore Hamlet and Polonius wanting a said The Government t hcSyrtran If they work well health will be per v1 iitivi kix tiiiixfjiug ior news Â¬ was there dilirium or mania which is deeming it undesirable this sand with tho clay aud without a ing into tho fect If tbn become lopped dreadful diseases Tare Will room ho found a large He developed MWmA tho blood Is poisoned wuainc Of Cheap Land Rate that any subject should possess wealth shovelful of any kind of dressing sowed sponge Hobath a slit in this with his often described as a consequence of pro- Â¬ papers before papers had been reading t i t Dont you know laughed John cut for nothing and tracted abstinence among shipwrecked his neighbors so colossal introduced a bill limiting en- Â¬ it to oats and grass seed Tho result razor and nuttinir his head into the KipNEY WORTarretcrBthoiitUCTiUctloat EXCURSION to Arkansas Why theyre some of tho great Shaks never know thoy cost money hlit mariners anrt tnrwir off the Clacaso Ujouwuid bare been tail to living persons and twenty ono was beyond my most sanguino expecta- Â¬ he had a fur cap at onco vim fawssmmai JUriBUC DJ Oil UTUfnSS pearo s men Hov Oth one day tions yielding an averago ycara afterward two tons a Womans Strength The tonnage of English sailing vessels This is not Shakspearo asked Whos il greater than tho power ofisentail inmuch year with the exception ofoftho first aud Then raising his window ho stepped lias decreased by about 500000 tons To the LAIJD3 or New not a bit disturbed by Johns lai ontsido and slid down the water spout Tho strength of women lies in their r York and almost identical with that in last forthonext cigiitycars after whieh with tho monoy ho had in his possession heart ittEALW but Aunt Alice smiled and explain It shows itself in their strong sinco 1870 about steam tonnago has in LlfAlfTCSOP andBISPSOnTSi Many estates in and I plowed again and applied the samo when b5 came into the institution in the lovo and instinctive perception of right creased by 1400000 tons Shakspearo was tho greatest writer over Massachusetts remedy to tho other sido of tho furrow So1 kKEYSTOHEifAS Where man has tbe most money known Ho lived in Englands great around New York tho Lefferts Rhino crown of his spongo hat aid wrong Intellectual courage is Now Free of charge An empty gun in pocket at the end city of London more than 300 years ago lander for oxample are entailed In for so nfter tho liberal application of sand Half an hour later Mr Coles wont up rirely one of their virtues As a rrtlo V many of the year hard XC when America was a wild conntrr stairs to converse with his patient but they are inclined to be restless and ex- Â¬ He England hundreds of great properties solved and years my placo clay was ilis f aJ rAaMMsTIS I have in inativi1of it a good behold tho bird had flown wrote plays for tho theaters and tho arc completely unentailed and it is pure- It of aro conhtas or not but feel tho pres Â¬ citable allowing their judgments and ence you a Cold Anil rf mtKim in tho Bystem use Dr Bulls theaters nowadays often uso Ids plays ij mu i uiiuui iiut mo law 01 mo coun- Â¬ inelloTP lreim said Mr Coles Well ho must actions to bo swayed by quick emotions SMKaSabSS try which will cause them to bo trans Â¬ eight or ten tons of hay as formerly I havo gone out naked and of course would of all kinds but above all nAAAdMn v itue All uxo it uesu uno OI ins mujr 25 cents a bottle uio it is in Itebalieners comparison wltn any part of tne world plays is called Hamlet becauso a mitted to the eldest son Men who are now cut m goou seasons lorty tons jor bo immediately arrested I will find him hopefulness and their endurance their for fralts wheat corn crasscs cotton word eta that the last twentv venrs T linvn cnlrl navmiOf at IiAwyebs and doctors increaso and Avoid the aunniiiimausrn etc of VM rUzniln Prince named Hamlet is tho heart and very liberal in politics favor tho custom they find their chief power Who is the policp station and cold air Sek the healthy and moderate cllmaM because they think that it keeps up the hay on an averago each as the farm cut multiply in England but there is a wo of Arkansas rUuroonpriceaof land in Arkansas tin soul of the play Hamlet is in great But Mr Coles in passing a bar room the last person to give up hope in tho products per acre and their marketings Jlgum oa when I commenced and yet I havo nn bis lack of preachers plenty of curacies trouble so the make believo history positkn of a family and that wero an wriv tn tliA stntinn ThAnrfl n nnian cao vi a memoer oi tno lamily who has ful days ot outdoor labor clothing and food then contrast never purchased S50 worth of- manure lieimr vacant the stock feeding in tho North future on constant era- says and a foolish old man named Po-Â¬ estate divided up in tho next generation of great hilarity and thinking that he apparently gono altogether to the bad See that sensible ttjyment Learn of gwxl seasonsand careful peopra an What an Old Farmer Says This is recognized tho voice of his patient drop What lonius thinks Hamlet is crazy and treats none would bo belter for such division and favorable showers Dr Shoemaker tho sister with known TAKE NOTICKI There an Important rsav It is not generally understood hero that the advice of an old man who has tilled ped in There ho was with his dressing anient mother orsuch will overdeep and surgeonCofEHeading Ta offerwell send byaural ment of people from tbe northernIsto southern UUtndis him like a child Ono day Polonius lovo for to mail cease to free charge valuable tho law in England permits a man to tho soil for forty years Iamanoldman of little book on deafness caused by advantages Let acts overcome prvjtfctfca went into a room where Hamlet was and gown sponge hat and his skin tight cherish hopo or endure suffering on thelr and diseases a Arkansas is the peaceable and meet promising- South of leave tmwards of Uirn srvrrn VPnrs dnrinrr frrr ou running began to talk to him era State Trains leave SCIxralsMaNOYttlU 11 an The patience of women is pro- Â¬ ear and catarrh tho car especially treatment pantaloons f the centre of nu admiring cir account Hamlet was and his property precisely as he pleases and their proper 12 for Texarkana Ark good that a Duke can leavo all to his foot-Â¬ score of which I havo lcen a tiller of the cle drinking whisky punches and rat verbial and their whole lives are bound giving references and testimonials that will on the Iron Mountain Konte for 40 days with stop oa standing by a window and pointing at Get tickets all eoopoi man The great estates for instance of soil I cannot say that I am now but I tlincr offiokes liinphampton Paper omces and at toe Union Depot St Louis at Informa the skv said For up in their affection Few people will satisfy the most skeptical Address as above tion address Thomas Eisex Land Como Little Unci the Duke of Hamilton Premier Dnke of havo been rich and have all I need do deny that lovo in one form or another Ark W A Kendall 6U1 and Market Sti SLLculj Ma Do you see yonder cloud thats almost in Malarial fevers can be prevented also otbcz cotland were up ic the time of his not owe a dollar have given my children If B WARWICK isi Tine St a aw vr b s n maices up the beauty of life to woman upo ui a camel r v miasmatic diseases by occasionally using Dr Amnslng Conrt Room Incidents This a good education and when I am called Polonius answered By the mass and tis marriage absolutely unentailed In old given aw j- - Sendee utimp It enters into allsho does Any work V u jnvigvraior tne oldest general frtrnartiiilar The following amusing examination camo out of some law nrrxvWltnrrH away to leave them enoucrh to keen the Mlfa irppntii hie a camel indeed OUtside her immedintn rirflo ia nlVt1 Family Medicine which is recommended as a OES Lsjwubure UBioa C Fa C Hamlet who wag making fun of old Poloni Â¬ London Times wolf from tho door My experience has recently occurred in a court room in one most often from pure desire to euro help Borne aver for all diseases caused bv a disordered cy us then said Methinks it is lino a reaueL of tho blue grass counties of Kentucky taught me that Eghty page book sent free Address MENea7nra1VlTown uuu eiso snow something of the Polonius It is backed or has a back like month Every graduate guaranteed a paying sit Gen H a prominent lawyer of that re- Â¬ mysterious to 1 One acre of land well prepared and FOR CHILLS AND FEVER a weasel Landing a Shark happiness of love Unliko Dr Sanford 163 Ijroadway New York nation Adra B Valentlne Manager JanesvilleWIa was Hamlet Or like a whale ATiIi DXS23ABXS Ii you ever lived on a farm and had a well cultivated produces more than two gion horse defending a prisoner charged men women ehieflv loot fnr nnonni Hie TsItale Belt Co 3f arshall Jlleh- causxo bt with i oiomus Very like a whale reluctant cow to turn when she wanted which receivo only the same amount of swearing stealing and the witness was intercourse with those for whom they aro Will send their Electro Voltaic Belts to tho as to the identity of the stolen working Halarlal Pelsonlng labor used on one So you see continued Aunt Alice to go into tno woods on both sides of If their interest lies among afflicted upon 30 days trial See their adver- Â¬ horse 2 One cow horse mnle sheep or hog that tiey had fun out of the clouds 300 the road and climb trees you know what On 30 Days the poor they are desirous of sympathetio tisement in this paper headed OF THE BLOOD r TriaL Gen H How do von know f Tiiaw tlm personal acquaintance SEW aVA1V Thousands of Soldiers and heirs enti Â¬ years ago just as wo had out in Lancas- Â¬ it is to haul in a shark You yell all well fed is more profitable than two with them and A Warranted Curt tled Pensions dais back to dischsrs or death Ttu ter county last week Veoktixe The great success of the Tege very little good work of a lasting kind the time Must yell from the time the kept on the same amount necessary to same horse Witness hesitating Well just has been done by women without their tineas a cleanser and purifier of the blood is isiKAf Address with stamp Thats so said Will and Hamlet hook catches until the shark is in or keep ono welL oeo e uafex X BT ALL DBUOGISTS 3 One acre of clover or grass is worth know it is was just making fun of old Polonius own influence of love being brought to shown beyond a doubt by the great numbers PO Drawer 328 youll never get him And the rest of WnarHaaion who taken it and received Gen H Well how more than two of cotton where no grass bear on tho individual case Nineteenth lief have such remarkable cures immediate rewasnt ho the crew help him They shout encour- Â¬ with Witness I cant tell exactly how but Ccnturi or clover is raised fjhO erruf MONTH Aeesita Wanted Tmoff for school said John and aging remarks at you Hand over hand MAKE MONEY JSrf C Vy 7bealWarticleaiiilheworiaan 4 No farmer who buys oats corn or I know it as well as I know you Gen ITf tTSn am in a moment Aunt Alioe was left alone at you tug at the line Inch by inch the Two TmBDsof the axle grease used in tho WJ tJ p free JAY BKOXSON PeUon Mich A Word to Oar Readers TV171 TPs ksTT Umtnd States is made by the Frazer Lubricator the table boms shark takes it out You rally and brace wheat fodder and hay as a rule for ten H tafrea S5 lU S2Q FJa1 STtasaa 4 Samples worth Maine A When Co Portland Gen H Well how do yon know that niaPftRfMl you read of ita remedy that will euro all Company Buy the genuine fARE jULT- I HIL At school thatdav thnXpo of things your feet against the gunwale and in he years can keep the Sheriff away from tunvlironf tnl j Uand a am uen xx t WrlDREN kept running in TJliltt YPtretalllA mmnnnnil wMM Vr URE You think you must have tne aoor in mo enu Iim l was a comes again iLVass Palunt TTu1 nlliv 111 1 Witness Becauso just before dinner ewry one 5 The farmer who never reads ttepTp jjjjj hff we5lt ln COld toiiiicquciiiwho bu ana clear day and ho tbt new boots before yon run them over uuiiwiiaui pansoj mo Doay nu inrmalies about 500 fathoms of line out You beÂ¬ cloud Tame warmly recommend it Has vusr selling qnalitles thaa shapes but every mapliVeography gin to wish you wero a windlass You pers sneers at book farming alfd im-Â¬ I heard Mr 0 say Gen H lets go high proof that it does this yon can safely try Utter soy book now offered to annt A it and with the assurance that it will help yod to every one and a neeeaalfy Wilhofts Fever and Ague Tonic The old Dont nut to secure the that ho was studying sceKl t iiaaen a or SBIa wry or feiiaioiaz to take on puff and yell and pant and howl and provements always has a leaky roof and take a drink and you went This The identity was satisfactory to the Liver in Jost what Warners fiafe Kidney and reliable remedy now jells at one dollar w Tn5 KORAN OF MOHAMMED tranlated from the snape of somo animal In tho map strain and shout and pull and shriek poor stock broken down fences and I a4 j Cure does Itcorealltronbles of the AraMcby George Sale Formerly published at S273thi a blue grass jury TT PAY3TE new beautiful type neat cloth bound edition pries lower portion of the body and none others It SONS COBNDi Q If T of Europe he found several shapes and and sweat and wail and surge and complains of bad seasons Daughters Wives aad Mother Sl-41 yy works remarkably PtSe- price with eatra many Br - Catalogue OI tai cen A lawyer in Bridgeport Ct who has 6 Tho farmer who is abovo his busi- will not help the tooth ache ear ache nor con MT Dlt MARCHISfs TJTERISE au me maps asTABLniMan umo haul and yank and all the time that posl terms PatAnt SniirlrlrMtlnvt nerhaos tho lorcest nrofpRsinnnl nnA Bnmption but it will put your body in a vigor Â¬ lljely cor Femsls Weakness CATHOLICOS willofthe standard free Say where low in IhU sdvertisement to clubs you saw aneh as Falling provoking shark is just holding back ness and intrusts it to another to manage And now let flm rTnnirn rui i plnesmoiinted and on skids or Ulceration ot tice in the vicinity is very fond of inter- Â¬ ous and healthy state where yon can cnjo life the Uerua hJlM Chr onle InfiammationFlooding Painful matrix Book Evcmsas Tnbnae Bmldax N V Incidental Hemorrhage or ycrtlcal Engines with wrol geographies and start on a jolly hunt for wiiii mo Bieauy unswervmg aggravat Â¬ soon has no business to attend to and appredatelta good things Try It euppressed and Irregnlar Menstruation 4c An old and 7 Tho farmer whose habitual beverage larding his pleadings with the phrase boilers Eureka Safety pow ing reluctance of reliable remedy Send poal card for ers with Sfrt1rnnl K1ll Jiciow aro given somo hillside and over a balky mule on a July is cold water is healthier wealthier and If your Honors please Not long ago fpbyiiciana and Yermokt takes tho lead in the produc- Â¬ treatment o enrea and cerUSeates from a pamphlet with tTirnnrrh rnnr rram rinrl QW jwu cant be exploded All geography fihape puzzles which may noWARTH 4 B ALLABb Cilca Tork wiser than he who does not refuso to in a caso before the Superior Court he tion of maple sugar producing from P sua auiomauc iut uns be worked out by the children from any articulate shoutings you can hear the aw per domic j aitjjUn From 150 to 2000 addressed the jury as follows drink And 8000000 to 10000000 pounds annuaUy rest of the crew ocnu ior tyircuiar etate good sized atlas will you gentlemen sit calmly by and New York comes next producing one Lift himnp Judge lift him right wbcre yon saw thla Take the map of tho western hemi- Â¬ see this wrong perpetrated upon my third less Ohio comes third and pro-Â¬ H0USKEEPERS HELTS sphere and turn it around bo that the out of the water client God forbid that such injustice duces about half as much as New York BI CARB Hang on to him Hawk Eye raise Pacific ocean shall be at the top and the God forbid if your Tho States of Tllinnio TnJl- - vr To CrjABUT Fat Cut into small should be done Atlantic ocean at the bottom Now him raise him SODA Hampshire Michignn and Wisconsin Puff louder Colonel and youll fetch pieces fat of either beef or mutton Put Honors please what part of the map looks like tho head His conception of the will of tho Al Â¬ produce annually about 1000000 pounds Is Uvs best laths World Itiasbsolutslypurs ItUtbs him into a sauce pan and cover the pieces and trunk of an elephant Bobbie chimed in her little serene with cold water Stir until the water mighty depending upon that of the each hsst for atedleiiial Purposes It Is ths best for Baking Tako the map of the eastern hemi- Â¬ Highness from her lofty seat donf boils skim carefully and allow to boil Judges of the Superior Court of the State sad all Family Uses Sold by sll Druts snd Grocers Mr Thomas Lewis 62 Butler street Concentrated sphere Let it remain in its ordinary mhtbi Original SoaD Maker Lye and Reliable V accompanyFamilv Can until tho water has been discharged in of Connecticut is a littlo unique informs us that for seven years he was position right side up What part of step on your eyes each for ILnrd Ji Soft snd Toilet SoapmaklnjniriIt is PENNA SALT MANUF And indeed my organs of vision were vapor the fat will then bo of the color Harpers Drawer CO Phila the map looks like tho head of a man quickly afflicted with that dreadful malady Sci run weieu ana etrengtn Ask your grocer for PAmim d BEATirS who appears to be trying to Bwallow a standing ont and looking at each other of salad oil strain and it will keep any G induced to try BAiu iii uA wu wl no otner in great amazement over tho top of my length of time Suictde is inspired by various and cobs OU found almost immediate St Jn PENNA SALT MANUFACTURING CO part of Asia relief nose having never seen each other bo Pudding Four beaten very conflicting motives Early in the therefrom and is now perfectly Arr LE Batter In the map of North America looked foro and beincr trreatlv mirnrisAil tr flni cured eggs ono pint of rich milk two cups of war of the rebellion a boy hanged him Â¬ Cincinnati Irish Citizen at fiom the southwest what country rePETROLEDM they were twins Burlington Hawk flour ono tcaspoouful of salt two Northern Ohio becauso his father nranr1 Mstfal sembles an old dunce cap oven self in not Medal The New York Graphic savs at rhllavd Iphia Eye would let him enlist A good many The Puu f tho United States iciiajKAJuiiuH ui uuKiiiy puwuer JCC1 TrP 1th0 moro persons put an end to their lives chief reason for the breaking off of the What lake looks like an alligators head and core eight ripe tart apples put into Thlswonderful substance Is acknowlededby atontonTrlml Warranted CataJoame Fm The London Times says through the mere apprehension of being Flood Grant match was that the parties The new trviDfr tn Rwnlln tc Tia wwu rV t i o fill baking throughout the world toba ths best remedy physicians Addrea DANIEL F BEATTY o oi jron oani and apparently most valuable method of a deep sugar dishpour the center of each drafted and killed in battle An exchange were of different religious faiths for the euro of Wounds Do Burns Rheumatism Sfaa Du lac What State bears some resem- Â¬ with and Own the beaten batter eaaes PiIm Catarrh Chilblains 4c blance to a lion with his body in repose preparing raw meat discovered by Prof over them Bake an hour nnd eat with now finvs flint tlin wtfn of TnrlrTn Ttfillo InthatevT The Kng and Queen of Greece are 2 JP onatl from W t0 300 O JI SjnSSSS n and his head erect What State looks Artimini of Florence and patented in cream and sugar flavored with nutmeg of Lincolnvillo Maine hanged herself fond Of COinBr abont tncrcthar no from your druggist and Catalogue and reduced price list free willnndltanperlorto anything youliave evermed yoa this country promises to have a great tho other day to tho bed post leaving a people o somethincr IiIta nn nnvn l II HOOVER Philadelphia Pa Tm l - - o or lemon IVllUv iiliur mm buu was j lake looks like a great hand lwith the cuiub iijjoii utir iiiurtteus Accoriuiig to iiuio vj mo Choicest In the world Importers prices Good Atple Butter Boil a kettloful near sovonty uuixi years of ago andrawing The Prince of Wales has presented Largest company la America staple article fivo a report by Profs Barff and Mills of tho ON feared fingers pointing westward pleases everybody Trade continually Inert u- of now cider until reduced two thirds that she would como to trouble if she President Grevy with a gun and four set- Â¬ lasV4L AslaasisssssBkm In tho map of South America held Glasgow University and Dr Stevenson Have a quantity of tart juicy i nm evcijwueie Deal la- - FieeM a oar E1tro Voltaie Belts and otbe ter dogs apples reached it with tho Pacifio ocean upward what of Guys Hospital meat six months old iiBlaSSSSSBSSBBSBR i0 Pon trial for thirty days to those was found to bo perfectly sound and pared cored and sliced and put as many country looks like a beaver The reason why tho poets always BEFORE BUYING OR RENTING AN With tho good tho muscular fiber unchanged into tho kcttlo as tho cider will cover uer niuneys jtneumaliam PaÂ¬ Water Lilies --1V1V tlzr speak of October as sober ia becauso FyiibiM svsr set upon twenty map held in the same position what and tho nutritive properties unimpaired Cook slowly until tender skim out and nbont sunras you UBe before aileh country looks like an ugly boys head An oxchango says Water lilies can sober is tho only word they can find to ths Uob iso often made namaiy To It any boot and shoe 57Z uuiDliree AJdreu Tire r -Bend for our LATEST Itxcsvaavzn Cavauwua Kppito Waaler for boots wh CoidHeh In the map of Europo held with the Tho material employed is said to be less put in a second supply of apples When oo cultivated by sinking half a hogshead rhyme with October x P Int se-555-with sswaiv iwLas st til snd upward or M nrV ciiar Tet Sole expensive man salt auu not oniy wnoie- - tender turn all out and let stand over even with the ground placing in soil tel Sole ever made If you hare Ouaroattrf Atlantic ocpnn iirnrol xi i any A N V Jrrandup Sntfrte MASOV HAMLIN OIMfAX CO au O not doao orty-four night In tho morning return to tho taken from tho bottom of a pond and SO 11 pieuauiib Jtu 11 - 1uiau Hl JSrcAangefound the picture of an ugly being who mime uui ths very next time you want boots or iboet with soles that uic Mr William nAD 119 Wabash Ave BTNJ LEait h St HEW YORK will wear like iron and save repair and dont you bur CIIIPAOO TEAR kettle aud boil down until quite thick planting a fow roots therein The hogs ami irniM P ELEit at the Marathon Hotel Wausaii any otbsr in playing leap frog over Austria has tlntnt The Detroit Free Fress which is Add whatever spico you please Itrel head is to lo kept full of water 7ofv It kEKT Fre Addrtw tn My references are any Sewing Machine Companv after extreme sufleriug with rheuinal Allguta Maine or and tho TRUTH IS HJHJX tbsir sfeau thu country If C COODKICH is andan island m tno good authority on such tilings says quires almost constant stirring Ti Terms and s mint year following a crop of lilies surpassing tism without any benefit from physi Â¬ Mediterranean hit his nose Address H Uauavr 4 CO Portland Maine flV yfcMUr - 140UovnAvs against Africa sea Corkscrews can now be made and Bold fMrffi Omelet Beat the yolks of eight eggs those usually found in ponds in a wild cians or various preparations was cured rnrfKWHillll J Vfree iMlMMaiMUlirfHMImHidM What country forms for a cent MwM IIh and tho whites of four until very light state will bo produced by bt Jacobs OiL Kansas City Times BOOK aaarissaar E2VttfMAnilMiaiComiieica6rPtiladPa Tcddysi Coop Â¬ Vegetine- - OUE YOUKG FOLKS 1 Wwj the kings crown what country tho head and nock what country his shoulders and what country tho only ono of his legs that can bo seen In tho map of Europo what country is shaped like a boot In the map of Europe what Bca is shaped like the foot of a stocking With tho map of Europe heldnpsido down what country looks like a battered FARM NOTES I Â¬ Tn GO JirTf J arjrt -- - Â¬ Â¬ tj5hrbellwell J VECETINE Â¬ Â¬ 3 Â¬ g Tgja--arTjrn- 1 V 1 1 1 B V SO KIDNEY HUNTS REMEDY HUNTS REMEDY HUNTS REMEDY Â¬ Â¬ REDR1VER VALLEY Â¬ Wheat Lands n 2000000 Acres HUNTS REMEDY - Â¬ HUNTS REMEDY Â¬ E NCYCLOPDIA iiMT I a a a a - Â¬ YtitW M Â¬ wi m I MALt ITTER EYE CLASSES btLLULUlU k T Â¬ Â¬ I -e Â¬ Â¬ F Â¬ a r 4ltt M fc c L 1 a X ss - Â¬ jeyirr w v 100 4k j 1 VCUNC 2000 T rtirltl JD PENSIONS c f AGENTS Price f I WilSIt corjRry 1 The Koran eoIT UCU1PJHI 11 Â¬ 1 - -- W VW1AA D NATRONA r 1 1 1 ORGANS lasV9sssssssBsBBH ESS Your OAPONIFIE TaW -- R Â¬ XaXpCKUOXU TaWDEJ Printing fJe 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