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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tStfSLtfWMSiffiweJE X jfctf rCEUSBXS KVEKT FBIDAT BT I STREET ML ALL SORTS A C rnrAMAN has entered tho Harvard Freshmen class George Bancroft says Washington was six feet two inches high Offenrach made much money from his operas but died poor Mrs Florences costumes in the Mighty Dollar aro insured for 25 000 G EORGOE WAXfcltElS KICK MAX KT OFFICE HEINZE BUILDINO CLINTON THE HICKMAf COURIER ft- XiobW 4RV - GSOEGE WAEEENKdltor Xrice of Subscription SDISSET I1LUI C TOUNO at - - Thp Oldest Nowspupcr In fKfiStexri liontticlcj ft 5 1880 2 ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUC m FRIDAY NOVEMBER w YOL XVI UK bX BT Id tie far vest as the day grows old I witch a city of dazzling gold From the mlnareta that pierce the sky I listen to hear the muezzins cry Altars are man and all aglow Their incense smoke is white as enow Banners of crimson are floating out From arches of opal scattered about Steeples and spires in splendor vie And temples of jasper touch the sky HastthonOI city An Abelard and UeloiseT My fancy is busy in peopling thee Bo high aboTe our earth and sea Thy glory illumines the bending skies And I dream thee a glimpse of paradise And wonder and wore hip from afar As angels swing the gatea ajar abOTe the trees per day per man Un tlio 17tU of May tho same paper said Many persons have already left tho coast for the dig gings Considerable excitement exists here Merchants and mechanics are closing doors Lawyers and alcaldes are leaving their desks farmers are neglecting their crops and whole families are forsaking their homes for the diggings By May 24 gold dust had lc como an article of merchandise tho price being from 814 to 816 per ounce The Californian of that date had these advertisements Â¬ Â¬ Cash will bo paid for California gold by It-- R BUCKALEW Watchmaker and Jeweler San Francisco GOLD OOLD gold gold oouI OOLD The Golden age of- - G jM1 issuea a aup stating tnatits mrtlier pub- ior me It was in the month of January 1848 ucauon nearly allpresent wonlri ceaso because patrons had gone in a small shanty in the rather squalid to tne mines A its little hamlet of Yerba Buena on the Bay were but five personsmonth later tiiere women and cliil of San Francisco that two young men dren left in Yerba Buena The first from the States having just printed on rush was for Sutters Mill since chris- Â¬ a hand press the 150 copies of their tened Coloma or Culluma after a tribe weekly paper sat down upon stools of Indians who lived in that region weary faint and discouraged to talk From there they scattered in all direc- Â¬ over the prospects of the country and beÂ¬ tions A large stream of them went moan the fate that had cast them where over to Weber creek which empties into society and money were so scarce They tho American some ten or twelve miles were Americans but the land of their below Coloma Others went up or birth vras as remote to them then as St down the river Some more adventur- Â¬ Petersburg to a peasant of theAmoor ous crossed the ridge over to the north valley They longed to return but and middle forks of the American By never expected to be rich enough The the close of Juno the discoveries had Mexican war was just ended a few extended to all the forks of tho Ameri- Â¬ months before The treaty of GuadaÂ¬ can Weber creek Hangtown creek the lupe Hidalgo gavo California to tho Cosnmncs known then as tho Mako United States The California so ceded sume the Mokelumna Tuolumne the included the present State of that name Yuba from uvas or yuvas grape Nevada and most of Utah It was an called in 1848 the Yuba or Ajnba empire larger than France and England and Feather river On July 15 the ediDivided by a range of mountains almost tor of the Californian returned and is- Â¬ as lofty as the Alps and longer than the sued the first number of his paper after Carpathians running from north to its suspension It containccl a descrip- Â¬ south the eastern half was a terra incog- Â¬ tion of the mines from personal observa- Â¬ nita of barren desert buttcs and mount Â¬ tion He said ain spurs containing throughout its The country from the Ajnba Yuba whole extent but one feeble settlement to tho San Joaquin a distance of about of whites known as Mormons Un Â¬ 120 miles and from the base toward tho known savages of tho lowest aboriginal summit of the mountains as far as Snow type dominated all tho rest The west- Â¬ hill meaning Nevada about seventy ern half as it then appeared was one miles has been explored and gold found great valley covered with bright flowers on every part There are now probably rank verdure clumps of majestic oaks 3000 people including Indians engaged wooded hills sloping from tho coast in collecting gold The amount collectrange on tho west and tho Sierras on the ed by each man ranges from 810 to 350 east hills plains and valleys alive with per day The publisher of this paper herds of deer elk antelope and cattle collected with the aid of a shovel pick and and horses as wild as the game the atinpanfromS44 to 8128 per day aver Â¬ charming panorama enlivened and per- Â¬ aging 8100 The gross amount collected fected by sparkling rivers whose waters may exceed 8600000 of which amount were as clear as the cloudless sky above our merchants have received 8250000 all them their banks flanked with a dense for goods and in eight weeks The larg- Â¬ growth of ash maple alder willow est piece known to be found weighs hazel Cottonwood sycamore wild grape- Â¬ eight pounds vines and toward their confluence with On the 14th of August tho number of tho bays waving tule of the darkest white miners was estimated at 4000 green resembling at first sight the great Many of them were of Stephensons regicornfields on tho lowlands of the Ohio ment and the disbanded Mormon battal Â¬ In all this jg valley region there was ion The Californian remarked on that but one whi dement It was known day that when a man with his pan or as Sutters Fort basket does not average S30 to S40 tier It was located near tho confluence of day he moves to another place Fonr tho Bio flo loa Americanos with thcSac thousand ounces nJHy nmSTHSffSa ramento To the far south beyond tho production oi mo mmes nve montiis sources of the San Joaquin river not after the secret leaked out In April the far from the Pacific ocean stood tho price of flour here was 84 per hundred Ciudadde los Angeles Mexican in in August it had risen to 810 All other its construction and population A subsistence supplies rose in the same Catholic mission at Santa Barbara and proportion Here is part of a letter from another at San Luis Obispo Saint Louis Sonoma to the Californiaa Aujr 14 T have heard from one of our citizens tho Bishop another at Monterey on the bay of that name another at Santa who has been at tho placers only a few weeks and collected S1500 still averag- Â¬ Clara in the lovely valley of that name another called Mission de San Jose not ing 8100 a day Another who shut up far from the latter and another at the his hotel hero some five or six weeks village of Yerba Buena which has since since has returned with 82200 collected crown into the city of San Francisco with a spade pick and Indian basket A It was then a collection of adobes built man and his wife and boy collected 8500 around the public square wo now call in ono day Sam Brannan laid exclusive claim to the Plaza The waters of the bay extended as far as Montgomery Btreet Mormon island in tho American about where the Bank Exchange now stands twenty eight miles above its mouth and and a few whalers and small coasting levied a royalty of 30 per cent on schooners lay at anchor 300yards from all the gold taken there by the Morshore about where the postoffice now mons who paid it for a whila but re-Â¬ stands on Battery street There were fused after they came to a better under Â¬ also American settlements at Sonoma standing of the rules of the mines By and Napa composed of farmers who September the news had spread to Ore- Â¬ emigrated from the Western States a gon and the southern coast and on the few years before and here and there 2d of that month the Californian notes arose along the borders of the tule tho that 125 persons had arrivedintown by smoke from the hut of the lonely trap- Â¬ ship since Aug 26 In the Dry Dig Â¬ per of beaver These with the ranches gings near Auburn during the month of the old Dons their corrals and tho of August one man got 816000 out of inevitable adobe dwellings surrounded five cartloads of dirt the same dig Â¬ by innumerable cattle and horses made gings a good many wereIn collecting from up the sum of what there was of civilized S800 to 81500 a day In the fall of and semi civilized life in California at 1848 John Murphy now of San Jose the time the two young printers of Yerba discovered Murphys Camp Diggings in Buena were discussing their situation Calaveras and some soldiers of Ste Now and then a vessel put into the bay phensons regiment discovered Eich of Monterey or San Francisco or San gulch at Mokelumne hill That winter Diego to load with hides or a whaler one miner at Murphys realized SSOOOO for repairs dropping a few Mexican It was common report that John Mur Â¬ dollars or doubloons which were the phy who mined a number of Indians on currency of tho country It was to an wages had collected over 81500000 in active or ambitious mind a dull and gold dust before tho close of tho wet listless life but to the majority who season of 1848 A Frenchman fishing loved ease a healthy climate and in a prospect hole for frogs for his break iversified scenery fast at Mokelumne hill in November A pleasing land of drowsy head It was 1848 discovered a speck of gold on tho Of dreams that flit before the half shut eys side of the excavation which he dug out And of gay castles in the clouds that pass ForeTer flashing through a summer sky with his pocket knife and soldfor 82150 About the same hour that tho two Three sailors who had deserted took out Yerba Buena printers were deploring SI 0000 in fivo days on Weber creek their fate of isolation from the busy Such strokes of good fortune turned all world a scene was enacting that was to classes into miners including the law- Â¬ have a greater effect upon the material yers doctors and preachers The ex- Â¬ interests of modern society than any ports of gold dust in exchange for pro event since the discovery of America duco and merchandise amounted to It was on the 19th day of January 1848 S500000 by the 25th of September The on the south fork of the American river ruling price of gold dust was 815 per fifty four miles east of Sutters Fort ounce though its intrinsic value was Early in the morning of that day James from S19 to 820 A meeting of citizens W Marshall who was building a mill presided over by T M Leavenworth for himself and Sutter from which they and addressed by Samuel Brannan expected to supply the ranches and set-Â¬ passed resolutions in September not to tlements with pine lumber picked up patronize merchants who refused to take A memori- Â¬ from the bedrocks of the race of tho mill gold dust at 16 per ounce a small piece of yellow metal It weighed al was also sent from San Francisco to about seventeen grains It was malleÂ¬ Congress in that month for a branch It stated among other able heavier than silver and in all re- Â¬ mint here spects resembled gold About 4 oclock things the opinion that by July 1 1849 in tho evening Marshall exhibited his 85500000 worth of dust at S10 per find to the circle composing the mill ounce would be taken out of the mines company laborers Their names were Tho figures were millions too low Real James W Marshall P LWimmer Mrs estate in San Francisco took a sudden Wimmer James Barger Ira Willis SydÂ¬ rise A lot on Montgomery street near ney Willis Alexander Stephens James Washington sold in July for 810000 and it was resold in November with a Brown Ezkiah Persons Henry Bigler Israel Smith William Johnson George shanty on it for 827000 Lots in SacEvans Charles Bennett and William ramento or New Helvetia also came up Scott The conference resulted in tho to fabulous prices that winter By tho rejection of tho idea that it was gold month of October the rush from Oregon Mrs Wimmer tested it by boiling it in caused the Oregon papers to stop publistrong lye Marshall afterward tested cation In December the Kanakas and it witn nitric acid It was gold sure Sonorians came in swarms A Honolulu enough and the discoverer found its letter Nov 11 said Such another excitement as tho like in all the surrounding gulches wherever ho dug for it The secret could news from California created hero tho not be long kept It was known at world never saw I think not less than 500 persons will leavo before Jan 1 and Yerba Buena three months after the discovery and the two printers above men- Â¬ if the news continues good the wholo tioned put this slight notice of it in their foreign population except missionaries weekly paper The Californian on tho will go 19th of April Tho news did continue good and they Nrw Gold Mine It is stated that a now came some missionaries included Soon mine has been discovered on tho American there camo up from tho mines com- Â¬ ark of the Sacramento supposed to be it wag plaints of outrage and lawlessness most- Â¬ not on the land of William A Leidcsdorff other Esq of this place A specimen of the gold ly against Kanakas andfoundedforeigners to what has been exhibited and is represented to be How well they wcro they led and how they were suddenly very pure May opened with accounts of new dis- Â¬ and summarily silenced is a story that The Californian of May 3 covers a very interesting part of tho coveries Seven men with picks and history of California and the progress of said spades gathered 81600 worth in fifteen civilization in America Samuel Seabouqh dsyi That was a little more than S15 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fctMay-- Messrs Dickson fc Hay are purchasers of Sacramento gold A liberal prico given ilET 1IITE iS Â¬ beautifully-d- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Pocket Handkerchief Wo mayforgct onrpurse ourpenknife TTItb Four nnndred nnd Forty one Inunil tir Ponder It Kendi n and many other firings says tho Loudon Iuund Unit Fortj nre IVet Into n Hatter without experiencing any great inconvenience and oven without its being London Standard A disappointment which occurred in a known at times but to lose or mislay tlio second attempt to fire tho handkerchief maybe followed by very gun whetted tho interest in a renewal grave consequences as we all know of the experiments After an inspection Moreover we make use of this articlo in of tho gun and a preliminary trial of tho many other different ways All who hydraulic machinery the port door of mako use of spectacles do not remove the loading turret technically called tho them from their nose in order to put them cage was opened and tho muzzle of very carefully into the case without using the gun depressed in the loading posi- Â¬ the handkerchief and they uso it again tion Tho proof shot of two thousand before putting them on wiping the pounds weight was placed in tho loading glasses with great care Tho majority of truck and the two cartridges wcro people pay by far too littlo attention to placed in position behind it The pow- Â¬ an object so indispensable Many put der charge was now increased to four it into the same pocket with their keys hundred and forty one pounds and the their purse their snuff box without J1 1 a At f troubhng themselves concerning the -manyslrange8uusuinceswithr which its of cnbe shaped pebbles one and one- - tissue will not fail to come in contact in so miscellaneous a company and which fourth inches in diameter Loading was tho work of a very few might sully the purity which tho hand Â¬ minutes It was not performed as a time kerchief ought to possess Docs one go test but it has been fonnd that the wholo to pay a visit Before presenting them operation of loading aiming and firing selves to tho person they wish to thank can bo got through in less than two min- Â¬ or solicit some have been known to dust utes Of tho 30 feet 3 inches which is their boots with tho handkerchief the depth of tho bore the charge occu- Â¬ Does the careful wife see some grains of pies nearly 9 feet and when the mark dust left on her ornaments She makes on tho hydraulic piston showing that it them disappear with her handkerehief had gono fairly home the muzzle was Boys in the school room clean their slates raised and trained to the left tho work with them in tho play ground the hand Â¬ of a very few moments seeing that tho kerchief is the necessary attendant of a gun can be carried completely round in multitude of games With this they eighteen seconds With the aid of lad-Â¬ wipe off the dirt they strike off the dust ders Captain Morley R A the proof It is used to stop the blood that flows officer and his assistants laid the gun so from wounds always very numerous in as to direct tho projectal through the two the ago of leap frog and prismors base electric screens which stands before tho the ago also of communism in handker- Â¬ butts to measure the velocity a wire from chiefs With wounds come tears and the instrument room was connected with the handkerchief full of dust spotted tho vent and the warning bell was with dirt with tho blood of bodies known sounded Then it was found that Colo- Â¬ or unknown serves again for wiping tho nel Inglis R E who is president pro eyes tho nose or the cheeks furrowed tan of the committee was to occupy with tears We do not wish and wo can the turret while the gun was fired not tell here all tho strange uses that and after handing to Lieutenant Wil people make of the pocket handkerchief And then what signals havo been con- Â¬ locks an official looking paper which by grim joke was said to be his will ho veyed by it How many sad farewells entered the exposed side of the turret how many cheerful congratulations The with a lighted lamp and was fastened in very method of waving at has a language with chain and staple Major Ellw takes as the motions of tho fan also have But his stand beside the gun on tho open no ono lias hitherto discoursed on the sido of the emplacement and Captain language of the pocket handkerchief Lewis R K posts himself in the recess And how useful it often is as a help to on the other side wheie are tho levers the pocket or the hand bag How many which control tho machinery All others muslirooms myrtle berries strawberries withdraw to such distances and refuges and raspberries havo been gathered into as prudenco may suggest and without the handkerchief in young days and any long interval of suspense the gun is more valuable tilings in later life Then fired As tho spectators run forward there may bo evil results traced to it a thoyseo Colonel Inglis walking out of number of ailments of which one cannot the turret the door of which has burst guess tho origin diseases of tho noso and open breaking the iron staple He de- Â¬ eyes Fortunate it is for him that incurs scribes tho concussion however as not nothing worse diphtheria for example distressing and accounts for tho door which the handkerchief may heedlessly opening by the outside vacuum created transmit Let us not uso the handker- Â¬ by the expansion of the powder gases chief except for its proper pnrpose let which ho thinks can hardly affect tho us devoto it to a special place Jet us permanent works inclosed as they will change it as often as possible and inÂ¬ be on all sides with heavy masonry As spire our children with a great disgust a man will always have to occupy the for anothers handkerchief on account of turret to work the loading apparatus the disagreeable nay dangerous conse- Â¬ Much more whenever he prim is i action it was as quences that may ensue surinir to liitvo ibe opinion of Colonel might bo said about tho 2ocket bandernasinen nwtadwta rTTSgtis tbathe should be finite comforta-- chief lntenjr tn ffliiir lovt ffcrBgJU on j im Tne ofh- ble under tlio cuCumstances ftltlAA ta usesVBi ite a buses I UVMU V ccrs who stood beside tho gun stated tlio effect was much the same as ii mc might experience fifty yards Contagion 8 impression upon tno other objerB Contagion consists physically of minute that tho report was not quc so leud as solid particles Tho process of contagion they had heard tho othuay Tho im- Â¬ consists in the passage of these from tho pression was soon confirmed in various bodies of the sick into tho surrounding ways Tho recoil with the increased atmosphere and in the inhalation of ono charge was but 2 feet 8 inches not much or more of them by thoso in tho imme- Â¬ more than half tho recoil of tho other diate neighborhood H contagion were day the shot which then went forty a gaseous or vapory emination it was now five feet into the sand bank would bo equally diffused through tho found at a depth of thirty feet only and sick room and all who entered it would most conclusive of all tho velocity if susceptible suffer alike and in- Â¬ which with tho 425 pound charge was evitably But such is not tho case for 1520 feet per second now measured many people are exposed for weeks and with the 441 pounds of powder only montliB without suffering Of two per- Â¬ 1040 feet It was clear that there was sons situated in exactly tho same circum- Â¬ something wrong somewhere and the stances and exposed in exactly the same natural conclusion was that the projectile degree to a given contagion one may had slipped forward while the muzzle suffer and the other escape Tho explana-Â¬ The gun was therefore tion of this is that tlio littlo particles of was depressed loaded again with the same charge of 441 contagion are irregularly scattered about pounds care being first taken to wash it in the atmosphere so that tho inhalation well out and search it with a mirrior for of ono or more of them is purely a mat- Â¬ obstacles of which none were found and ter of chance such chanco bearing a all being prepared it was once more direct relation to the number of particles The report was sensibly heavier which exist in a given cubic space Sup- Â¬ fired the recoil was 4 feet 7 inches tho pene- Â¬ pose that a hundred germs were floating tration of the sand butt was 45 feet and about in a room containing two thousand finally Captain Morley came from his cubic feet of air There is ono germ for observatory with the report of a velocity every twenty cubic feet Naturally the As in this germs will be most numerous in the im- Â¬ of 1556 feet per second round tho shot was proved to be in its mediate neighborhood of their source proper position by a measuring rod tho person of the sufferer but excepting after the gun was elevated a precaution this ono place they may be pretty which was not observed in the previous equally distributed through the room or round tlio suspicion that the shot had they may bo very unequally distributed slipped forward gained strength and it A draught across the bed may carry will probably bo requisite to employ them now to ono sido now to the other wads in future experiments The mass of them may be near tho ceil- Â¬ ing or near the floor In a given twenty The Game of Boston cubic feet there may be a dozen germs or there may be none at all Ono who The game at cards called Boston says a late writer in tho New York Times enters the room may inhale a germ be- Â¬ after the capital of Massachusetts and fore ho has been in it ten minutes or ho much played by our forefathers has may remain there for an hour without lately been revived it is said in New doing so Double the number of germs England and in New York especially and you double the danger Diminish here and is greatly enjoyed on account the size of the room by ono half and you do the same Keep the windows shut of tho skill required for proficiency Boston is played by four persons with and you keep tho germs in open them two packs of cards which are never and they pass out with the changing air Ono of the packs is dealt and Henco tho importance of free ventilation shuffled tho other cut alternately to determine and hence one reason why fever should the trump the trump governing the bo treated if possible in large airy Not only is free ventilation good game The dealer deals fivo cards to rooms each player twice and deals six cards for the sufferer but it diminishes the tho last time around Htho first player risk to the attendants Nineteenth Cen- Â¬ can make or thinks he can make five tury tricks from his hand he says I go Uso of Flowers Boston and his fellow players may overbid him with the words I go 6 7 8 You trite and homely saying Its a 9 10 11 12 or 13 as tho hand of each cant eat your cake and keep it too and may justify Should any one fail to we are obliged to square our actions with make tho number of tricks he bids for it pretty closely but there is one pecu- Â¬ he must pay to each competitor a forfeit liar satisfaction in tho cultivation of flow- Â¬ regulated by a scale of prices agreed ers for in a certain sensa they are an upon beforehand The agreement is exception to tho practical operations of imperative without it the game is impos- Â¬ tho rules of addition and subtraction as sible It is accounted the most complex embodied in tho expression of them in and difficult of all games at cards and the old and popular axiom above quoted is therefore a favorite with professional During tho growing and blooming sea- Â¬ gamblers Boston has been played in sons of many of tho best bedding plants Franco and England where it is often and annuals tho flowers can bo cut freely Ben- Â¬ spoken of as tho American game and used and tho oftener they are ro jamin Franklin has tho reputation of moved the greater tho amount of bloom introducing it in Paris Ho gavo it tho When plants are allowed to perfect seeds namo of his native city and is said to they soon ceaso to produce moro flowers have been a very clever player The as tho wholo strength of tho plant is philosophers of the eighteenth century necessary to mature tho seeds There- Â¬ who were his companions in France fore if you want flowers cut them and were very fond of the game and delighted uso them placo them on your tables in its novelty Baron dHolbach is reÂ¬ give them to your friends and remember ported to have said that only a man of thoso that arc sick and perhaps too you genius could excel at Boston Tho gamo may use them to help some ono who is lias always been played moro or less in disheartened or oven to lift np a do the Sonlliwest whero much money is graded ono who needs above all else still lost and won by it your sympathy It would bo sad in- Â¬ deed if objects so beautiful as flowers Contented with His Lot should bo the occasion of growing sel Â¬ Give them with a liberal hand A Sunday school teacher said to little fishness and ho who sends the sunshine and tho Johnny You must never envy thoso little rain will bless you with increasing blos- Â¬ children who are rich and wear fine soms A gift of flowers can seldom bo inappropriate cither to young or old clothes tho first I dont notyou envy dog goned bit and purity and goodness aro painted on them Johnny Why dont every petal With tho gift Because they liavo to wear elean Our hearts are lighter for Its sake Our lancjs age renews its youth clothes and they cant wade about in And dlm rrmtmbercd fictions take the mud and they have to say please to The guise ol present truth QalvestonNewe everybody whoopee VicKt ilaqanne A BIG GUN Efc ifUMj USEFUL 1IIXTS DIUTTIKG ROOX DRINKING aUvcraShS A Qood coffee Cm De made ta common coffee pot by ob- serving 10 following riilpn TTsfl tho ivii and allow ono table- best ol spoonfn r each person that is to drink on boiling water in tho pro then portion a pint to each table snoonful and brci Ppn egg into the pot throwing in tho u uiso ii you imnK ii ex- travngKj tfi tian nn uuujua iltTn WUllAoVi uau tiA aw fn biXAO iiisnnan aliiU a fv largo as an old fashioned cent wLfettlo it well Boil about balf an horijrfcnd just before serving pour cut a li i of tho coffee and return it to tho pot set it in some placo where even but not on tho stove ii mu ATltCleqic Do you ever observe mac is invariably a cneenui vuo i to comaJnto ono ftjl C3oop3oirEE Tio XOTC Auinngr KncIUhiromen London Troth or Stronr Drink Inrrraslnr aiuNn tirtvLnt still mnm Arrninlc tJll- ohwr w i j fulness come if tidiness is the result of our own exertion and so we counsel you friends if you aro ever disheart Â¬ ened vexed or worried about something that has gone wrong with you in tho world to have resort to the great refÂ¬ uge of tidiness Dont sit brooding and bothering Go to work and make ev Â¬ erything tidy about you and you cannot fail to recover your cheerfulness -- nSrJsWWPa eayqJHgJsa jaaisJ5 rireioia siaw around for their Hostess ano look 4 pjaco in a pretty garden not a hundred miles from London The tree shaded lawn was scattered over with scats while hero and thero a bright colored Persian rug for tho special behoof of any guests who object to open air amusements on To some account of Jjho damp grass minds grass is always damp It- - was early in the aftenioon and tho only ten- Â¬ ants of the garden wcro tho servants who wero arranging refreshments upon somo tables under the trees They seemed full of nods and becks and wbis- nnra of rmtiarflntlv mvsterions imttort passed among them A carriage drives Not long ago a strango sceno took ThpyWntl Hog 4fcaia Those who have formiitheir concep Â¬ tion of pig exclusively tipoj the tamo pig of the civilized sty haM no adequate idea of the free wild pirfjf tho Indian jungle Like thd fortiAmerican In- Â¬ contact with dian tho pig is debased Ho becoaJa cowardly civilization weak dirty and a proy tean inordinate thirst for swilh Tlio di4gncd between who steals tho tamo Inaian of SsiraC chickens and walhiwa tjjprikea in the gutter and ilitt jlcrcoHfevrfioi of the Western piams j8noi jjrrwwertnanr mat tner ol which senarates Je n iiSi fearless civilization fromtw w pig slicker quarry of thp The iatterpijr i nasr never acid whose been broken witkf ned moral nature tiTri ple object to the use of soap for the face disliking the shiny polished appearance it gives but any who will use Dr Wil Â¬ sons directions will find that objection removed They are as follows Fill your basin about two thirds full with fresh water dip your faco in the water and then yum hands Soap tho hands well and pass the soaped hands with gentle friction over the whole face Having performed this part of tho oper- Â¬ ation thoroughly dip tho face in tho water a second time and rinse it com- Â¬ pletely Ton may add very much to the luxury of the latter part of tho operation byhaving a second basin ready with fresh water to perform a final rinse How to Wash the Face Many peo-Â¬ To Pbeserve Harness There is nothing looks nicer in its way than a clean bright looking set of harness nor is there anything more quickly dam Â¬ aged by neglect Harness should be washed and oiled frequently To do this effectually the straps should be un Â¬ buckled and detached and then washed with soft water and crown soap and hung by a slow fire or in the sun until nearly dry then coated with a mixturo Jf neatjfoot oil and tallow and allowed to remain in a warm room for several hours and when perfectly dry rub thoroughly with a woolen rag Tho rubbing is important as it in addition to removing the surplus oil and giease tends to close the pores and give a finish to the leather In hanging harness care should be taken to allow all tho straps to hang their full length All closets should be well ventilated and when possible be well lighted To clean plated mountings uso a chamois with a little tritiolitort rotten stone but they should bo scoured as little as possible TTmnrrHri - WrvTTm Apwra yrcisoin Â¬ Vn mnt cienteSKKeep ofijd bfl Â¬ great desideratum in keeping all kinds of fruitim keeping it free from damp ness The plan adopted by some expe- Â¬ rienced fruit growers is to havo a regu- Â¬ lar fniit room built to exclude light and to maintain an oven temperature Where largo crops aro to be stored it pays to build such a room or house for the purpose but for a few barrels almost any room on tho cool side of tho house will answer but a dry cool cellar is preferable as there is less danger from freezing and it is easier to pre-Â¬ serve an even temperature Iu storing the apples if they have been properly picked at the proper time properly handled and packed in barrels on the most improved plan tho barrels aro piled in regular tiers the lower tier rest- Â¬ ing on skids or pieces of timber to keep from tho ground and dampness Wo have seen fine apples in March and ApriL which have been kept on board hanging shelves in the cellar the fruit having lain close as possible together without touching on a bed of dry straw They were looked over occasionally and when any showed signs of rotting they were at once removei Proof Against Snake Poison A Bio Janeiro letter says There was some excitement and much talk about tho scientific enthusiasm of Dr Strad ling surgeon on board the Royal Mail Companys steamer Elbe who had horri- Â¬ fied the crew and passengers of that ves- Â¬ sel by testing upon himself the efficacy of an antidote for snake bite which he had discovered At Bahia ho succeeded in purchasing a largo rattlesnake which he conveyedon board surreptitiously and locking himself up in his cabin deliber- Â¬ ately made the snake bite him with the result that ho was found Bome twelve hours later in a state of coma from which however he was recovered with- Â¬ out much difficulty and declared that for many hours the venom had been without effect upon Mm Being remonstrated with by tho captain Dr Strad not to do it again ling promised But it was too much for him and at Rio Janeiro hsr Trnt ashore ono evening leaving a letter to tho effect that ho was going ashore to try his antidote so as not to break his promise in tho letter at all events that ho felt confident of suc Â¬ cess but that they would know what had become of liim in case ho failed to re- Â¬ turn c Of course this letter caused his friends on board much anxiety till next morning when just as they were sending off tho police Dr Stradling liimsclf appeared radiant showing a fresh bite in his arm and declaring the experiment to havo been perfectly suc- Â¬ cessful although ho would not tell iu what consisted the specific so marvel Â¬ Â¬ t116 bruised or badly handledfSpplcs or otner fruit Tlio ously effective An Editors Trials No words can tell how much Thack Â¬ erays generous soul suffered in his edi- Â¬ torial capacity Thero is a class of peo plo who look upon an editors oflico as a bureau of general relief young widows with numerous children send in manu Â¬ scripts with a frank avowal that they aro conscious of possessing no literary ability whatever but that they feel sure this or that one will bo accepted as otherwise thoy and their littlo ones must starvo thero are fanner boys who write diagon- Â¬ ally across brown wrapping paper and bog for favor as a moans of acquiring nn education thero aro thousands who havo failed at everything elso bnt aro suro they can write somo aro preten- Â¬ tious and impudent others modest and appealing and with tho latter it is par- Â¬ ticularly tard to deal A great many aro vituperative and look upou tho editor as a deposit installed to crush all rising genius lloro than once when Thack Â¬ eray paid out of his own purso forarticles which ho could not use tho writers re Â¬ proached lum for suppressing matter which surpassed his own Tho work bo came unendurable to him and he gave it up t ants ol tho mngleT MKeniuiowh vant who has admitted them goes in to attack and put to rout tho majestic search of his mistress and a few moments elephant and tho ferocious tiger afterward a young and beautifully dressed The full name of the East Indian pig woman issues from the house her face is Sit indicus though no one except a deeply flushed her eyes half closed and punctilious scientific person ever calls her gait uncertain Just at this moment him by it Among beginners in the art another carriage drives up a gentleman of pig sticking he is sometimes maguilo They quently described as a wild boar though and lady being tho occupants too enter the garden gate and advance he is very often a wild sow but pig-Â¬ toward the houso across tho lawn As stickers of reputation uniformly call him they approach the uncertain swaying a pig or a hog Sun indieun often grows figure of their hostess they look at each to the lenghth of four feet and eight other significantly and the lady says or ten inches and reaches the height of in a low voice I was afraid of this three feet or even forty inches at the Where can Mr X be to allow her to be shoulder When full grown his strength Tho interpretation is enormous nnd in speed he wfll some- Â¬ seen in this state of thoso wild looks that disordered hair times rival the fastest Arabian horse and theso meaningless words is that He enters upon existence in a striped Â¬ Mrs X is intoxicated though not suffi state subsequently he becomes brown ciently so to be quite helpless She wan Â¬ when in the prime of life ho affects a ders about among her guests her con- Â¬ dingy black color and when old ho is dition however being so palpable so gray and grizzled At no period can he that the majority laugh bo honestly called a handsome or a grace- Â¬ unmistakable and titter while tlio friendly few pity ful animal but his courage and tenacity though they condemn Tho painful of life demand our respect scene was ended by tho arrival of her In point oi teeth tho tamo pig ha3 husband whose look of misery as he led sadly deteriorated Tho wild boar of his wife on his arm through tho groups India which is the type of tho barbaric of gaily dressed people into tho house pig of all ages is armed writh long semi- Â¬ touched even the laughers with pity circular tusks Those in the lower jaw This is no exaggeration of facts It is sometimes attain the length of eight or life unfortunately a scene from real nino inches They curve outward and and I fear not an uncommon one The upward and tho edges are kept sharp by love of strong drinks appears to be in- Â¬ the pigs constant habit of securing them creasing among the educated women of against the tusks of the upper jaw The our day During the season just past swiftness and power with which he uses instances of this wero so frequent as to those tusks to carve an enemy are almost lead to tlio conjecture that a kind of epi Â¬ incredible A hunting dog is frequently demic of drink was pervading those Ullb lieixij 111 mu UJ U BlllgltJ BUUC VI classes of society in which culture po- Â¬ a boars tusks and horses and men aro sition and possession of every comfort occasionally killed by boars which have in life would appear to be a sufficient become tired of being hunted and which guarantee against so degrading a vice try to infuse a little variety into the af Â¬ Society ladies in fact live too much fair by hunting their enemies When npon excitement not to suffer from tho wounded he is an exceedingly dangerous inevitable reaction For a few months in beast to face on foot unless the hunter is the year thoy endure eontinned fatigno a lawless ruffian who is capable of killing in treading the social mill and for tho him with a rifle Ono can scarcely im Â¬ remainder they aro a prey to ennui agine an Englishman so lost to all sense They try the first dose of chloral as an ex-Â¬ of decency as to shoot a fox and next to heavy that crime ranks in Anglo Indian estima- Â¬ My eyes look so dull and periment says chloral tion tho loathsome outrage of killing a this morning is such a capital thing I think Ill try it a pig by any process except that of pig- Â¬ In this case as in that of rouge it is not sticking W L Aldcn in Harpers the first step that costs It is easy Magazine enough But from an experiment it be comes a practice and froma practice it Ilatnral Gas WrfU Terjafrv some two months engaged at fishing her half mntof champagne about an near tho north end of Pyramid Lake tells hour after breakfast another at luncheon of a discovery recently made by liimsclf a glass of liquor instead of afternoon tea which may yet at dinner and two other fishermenhad been out on a regular sequence of wines provo valuable Thoy and brandy in her post prandial coffee tho lako fishing ono evening and re Â¬ Her chloral in her dresssing room is as mained 9 oclock when it permanent and indispensable an arrange Â¬ began tountil about blow heavily and grow un much sooner comfortibly cold They ran their boat ment as her bath and missed from its usual position than her to shore and having blankets and pro Â¬ biblo visions with them sought shelter in tho lee of a lanre hill buildinsr a firo and Combats of the Ocean making n camp in a little valley or basin Among tho extraordinary spectacles spread witnessed by those who go During tho night their camp fire sometimes into tho grass and brush covering tno down to the sea in ships none aro moro burned a streak impressivo than a combat for the suÂ¬ bottoms of the valley and quite a two or yards in premacy between tho monsters of tho distanco three tho camp width to They observed from Tho battles of the sword fish and deep after it started but knowing tho whale are described as Homeric in the fire soon no harm did not take tho it could do grandeur for out of their The sword fish go in schools like trouble to turn extinguishingblankets the purpose of it whales and the attacks are regular sea in tho Somo fights When tho two troops meet as morning time toward 2 oclock ho was Mr Hasbrook says soon as the Bword fish havo betrayed outcry from his awakened a their presence by a few bounds in tho companions byand great to his astonish- Â¬ much air the whales draw together and close ment found all about him as light as day up their ranks The sword fish always In a moment he saw that the light camo endeavors to take the whale in tho from five to flank either because its cruel instinct has from several jets of flame proceeded to twelve feet in height All revealed to it the defect in tho carcasesf less than nine of for there exists near tho brachial fins of the spot and found no of about five tho whale a spot where wounds aro mor- Â¬ these jets within a circle gas was found to proceed tal or because the flank presents a wider rods Theblowholes from little from half an inch to surface to its blow an inch in diameter and seemed in no The sword fish recoils to secure a are usÂ¬ such greater impetus H the movement escapes way different fromdesertsholes as gas jets Tho adversary the whale ually seen on the tho keen eye of his of force and with is lost for it receives the blow of tho shot up sort ofa good deal made a crackling noise The up- Â¬ enemy and dies instantly But if the presented a yellow- Â¬ whale perceives Vie sword fish at the per part of tho flames were from ono to instant of the rush by a spontaneous ish appearance and while down toward width bound it springs clear of the water its three feet inwhere the jots were narrow the ground entire length and falls on its flank with the flames passed from yellow to a green- Â¬ a crash that resounds for many leagues ish huo They left the jets burning and whitens tlio sea with boiling foam when they broke np camp the next The gigantic animal has only its tail morning Theso natural gas springs are for its defence It tries to strike its on the opposite side of the lake from enemy and finishes him at a single blow that on which the fishermen have their But if the active sword fish avoid the cabins fatal tail the battle becomes more ter-Â¬ Hasbrook says that tho day before rible The aggressor springs from the heMr which was last Saturday he and left whale water in his turn falls npon the crossed tho lake and found and attempts not to pierce but to saw several others burning the samo as they the wells still it with tho teeth and garnish its weapon had left them On this last trip a Pinto Tho seais stained with blood tho fury of went with them The red man tho whale is boundless The sword fish Indian no surpriso at what he saw bnt exhibited harrasses him strikes him on every side lighting a stick ho went some rods fur- Â¬ kills him and flies to other victories valley and touched off a Often the sword fish has not time to ther up the from wero avoid the fall of the whale and contents dozen or more jets that a littlefed hillock upon and around itself with presenting its sharp saw to the holesHasbrook says though they searched flank of tho irijrantio animal which is Mr for an hour or two they could find no in-Â¬ about to crush it It then dies liko Mac dications of petroleum nor was there any caajus smothered beneath the weight of smell of petroleum about the bnrning gas the elephant of tho ocean Finally tho Virginia iVct Enterprise whale givo a few last bounds into the air dragging its assassin in its flight and Agnosticism perishes as it kills the monster of which A correspondent writes entreating us it was tno victim to conceal his name but to let him know what under the sun tho agnosticism Clear Grit and the agnostics so often mentioned A plucky Kontncky school maam is in tho debates of tho Pan Presbyterian Miss Hillbroth of Hopkins County Sho Council in Philadelphia reallr may bo attempted to punish a boy named Merrill Our correspondent need not bo ashamed for somo mistlcamor wnen tno youm of his query Prof Huxley claims to drew his knife Miss Hillbreth iinarmed havo licon the first to apply theso terms liim and lie brought a club to his assist- Â¬ formerly used to designate a branch of ance but sho finally whipped him That the Donatists of early times to tlio doc- Â¬ night the boys father went to Miss Hill trines and tho doctrinaires now so broths boarding houso and cursed her designated Agnostics are persons who Tho next day ho went to refuse either to affirm or deny or accept shamefully upon authority tho doctrine of tho exist Â¬ the school houso to continue his abnso but tho lady had armed herself with a ence of a God tho immortality of tho pistol nud dared Merrill to enter tho door houl and in general anything in the Merrill ran home and was returning with lgy psychology or metaphysics the ex-Â¬ a shot gun when ho was arrested by an istence of which cannot be scientifically officer but soon escaped and is now at proved or disproved Thoy aro literally know nothings in rcgardto such mat- Â¬ large ters and since thoy will neither affirm There is a revival of popularity in nor deny they are or should be indiffer- Â¬ Yankee plays and characters on tho ent to them In practice however theso stage About ten years ago the liking anti believers and anti infidels are apt to for them faded out almost entirely and be as hot as if they were baptized Chris- Â¬ Solon Shingle even John Owens tians or rank heathen Now tlio ceased to draw anywhere Agnosticism and agnostic are defined largest theaters in the country aro filled substantially as above in the supplement by Dennian Thompsons Joshua Whit to the latest edition of Websters DicÂ¬ comb Charles L Davis AlvinJos New York World tionary linBernardMacauloys Uncle Danl George F Slossok the billiardist is Widow Bedott and Neil Burgess and all these are characters of the old a student of history and fond of literary research fashioned Yankee kind J icssWrO onrew other a darter The woman who has the best time at a party is the woman who has the great Â¬ est show of real lace The Rochester Herald savs that the man who has a corner in pork should bo madeto squeal A Nevada ball report says Miss Honora X was full of eclatin fact tho eclatist lady present TnE honey crop is a pronounced fail Â¬ ure by one half So that we have not a sweet thing in bees tliis year No less than 5000 Chinamen aro now building railroads in Oregon Washing Â¬ ton and British Columbia Atlanta has a new enterprise a watch manufactory It begins with facilities for turning out six watches per day W W Corcoran of Washington has given away 83000000 in public benefac tions ana 9iwyuuu in private cnantics Ills wife havo entered college at Wes leyan University Ct as Freshmen Spain with only 17000000 of inhab Â¬ itants turns out yearly twice as much wheat as doos Italy witn 28000000 of A Paris shop had 67000 customers ono day this fall and sold8280000 worth of goods Vermont has four venerablo living each of whom is moro than 80 years old What is tho difference between a fixed star and a meteor One is a sun tho J NMWA5SritnTlnWrOT HMsWsWsVJJgi- - v inhabitants On the occasion of the celebration of tho tenth anniversary of tho capturo of Rome all political offenders were par- Â¬ doned by tho King of Italy Tun postal savings banks in Italy tako in twice as much money as they pay out tho institution being considered safe and convenient by the people A bill collector returned to Memphis on horseback with a bag full of gold and silver coin The horso ran away tho lag burst and a great crowd followed for a mile picking up the money An effort is on foot at Washington to procure the assembling there of a worlds convention to promote international ar Â¬ bitration Sept 3 1883 the centennial of the acknowledgment of American in- Â¬ dependence Everybody is looking at Rhode Isl-Â¬ and remarks tho editor of tho Provi- Â¬ dence Dispatch in the course of an edit-Â¬ orial on The Duty of the Hour This explains the recent advance in the prico of microscopes J mrjf Profanity has increased to such an extent in New York since tho telephone was introduced that tho company has Please been forced to put up a sign dont swear through the telephone over each instrument Is swinging healthy asks a young lady It is under some circumstances But if the hinge breaks tho pastime is not only unhealthy but dangerous We are always glad to extend to iho young and inexperienced the knowledge attained by years of experience Keeping poultry of some kind or other is almost universal in China The poor- Â¬ est household has wherever practicable its pert cock and three or four lean hens which stalk hungrily m and out of tho mud shanty in search of anything eataÂ¬ ble that no one else of the family may happen to able to digest Two convicts havo been discharged from the Ontario Can prison after loubted servintr two years because5f length a little bent and resembling very much the spur of a rooster The snako uses tho horn as a weapon which is said to bo very deadly Even trees are said to have been killed by its blow Francisco Becera committed suicide at Brownsville Tex on account of ill luck at cards He was 80 years old Early in life ho fought for Mexican in- Â¬ dependence under Gens Bravo and Mo relos at a later day he invaded Texas with the army of Santa Anna and was present at the battle of San Jacinto During the war between Mexico and the United States he served on the American side man whoso motive was revenge A horned snake is kept as a curiosity by H C Gregory at his residence at Mansboro Va It is abont threo feet long and has a horn on tho end of tho tail abont ono and a half inches in uurgiary oi wnicn a jury nau iounu tuem guilty The case against them rested on tho perjured testiinonj of a policeÂ¬ thsr g - -- Tj-- Walking Endways Political favoritism during the course of the late war made somo very interest- Â¬ ing officers Having returned from tho front in June 1862 business called me to tho town of Wabash Ind somo time in July They were organizing regi- Â¬ ments in a camp south of the town was commissioned for the Colonel G Indiana Regiment Tho drum beat for battalion drill The Colonel rodo out with a book in his hand from which After he was reading the commands the adjutant had formed tho companies in line the Colonel took his position near the center and gave the commands Attention battalion Forward march Ho forgot tho right face and the reg- Â¬ iment commenced moving toward him Then he commanded a halt and broko out in a roar What in thunder did want you to get you do that way for in two lines of fight and icalh endways like you did yesterday --Wo aro going over in tho flat to drill condemn ye I dont want you marching out here whero I am Thero are too many rocks and stumps here to drill and you ought to I know The same Colonel appointed tho non- Â¬ commissioned officers but he insisted that the Governor of the State had to sign their warrants or they were not legal appointments On ono occasion coming np tho road where it made a square bend he gave no The file leader command of file left of Company A kept on in a straight line in military style until he came up to tho side of a barn unere ot course no stopped and marked time The Colonel rode down the line in hot hasto and ter-Â¬ ribly angry Youdd long sergeant havent you got sense enough to keep in the roau What in h 11 aro yon trying to march through a barn for Sometime in October whilo in Ken- Â¬ tucky he resigned for tho good of tho service No doubt it was tho most bril Â¬ liant act of his lifo and many others could have aided their country moro than they did if they had done the same Detroit Free Iress Thomas Carlyles Last Work The great literary Titan Thomas Carlyle has recovered sufficiently to it yourselves I superintend the gathering and prepara Â¬ tion of materials for his autobiography Mrs Alexander Carlyle his niece and the historian Fronde aro jointly at work on it Carlylo himself is gradually sink- Â¬ ing and this recovery may lie the last flicker of tho splendid old light Parton ascribes Carlyles ailments to tho life- Â¬ long use of tho pipo arid the nicotiuo And which has permeated his system yet in the tobacco raising States of this country incessant smokers livo to a patriarchal ago In Yenico thero is no wealthy class and as the only manufactures seem to be of fancy glassware travelers sometimes wonder how the 130000 Venetians live i UAm- - s J mmgr -- sss--- n r 7 rP- - Ml Ml WIWWUJUW THE HICKMAN COJRER PRESIDENT J A GARFIELD pbcusukd kvfrt rninw nr Vice President C A Arthur CV A R 58 E X OOliGS KENTUCKY A Molarity nf llir Anitricnu HICKMAN Office Hclnio Building Clinton 3treet the OUtitXevrraperin Wtiltrn Ktrtwky eorgc Warren Kililor irSe of Subscription 2 FRIDAY NOV 5 1380 TriE next Congress will be Rcpubli can by a good mcjority ends a solid Democrat io delegation to Congress Kentucky Wilms the bolttr beats the nee in the Louisville District 600 votes Rnd the llepublioau nooii about 2000 TcaNER beats Ticc about 100 in thi We alwiys feel sincere regret county in recording Ibe victory of one Demo Â¬ crat over another Tns country prospered under Hayes administration or in epite of it Let us hope that prosperity may continue andsr Garfield Wo preferred Han we have peace and ccokr butB Ions prosperity lets turn to and make he moat of it is elected end ihoy can now rpoll cation with a bijr N if tbey wish If we could direct the action oi 7 Garfield Southern members of Congress we would havo them naive all such ques Â¬ tions and jo in for men and measures to dovelop the procperity of the South If tha North thinks that the South means hostility to the Uuiou to the old Sag or to the Government why we think they nre aii tjLtin If they understand hit it means holding the old confederate soldiery and people in respect and even favoritism why they ire right -- Solid two year no that bo man could ever afford to again go before the country wavmc the bloody ithirt that it uieaut sure defeat and Garfield auid yet in thi campaign hay dipped the old garmeut a few plunges deeper than evr and hence you ee a solid North and Garfield eleoted Between three and four million citiieas of the United States voted for Ilaccock and the Democratic ticket and yet some say the Democratic party it dead dead dead I Such a vast army even though in the minority caut be obliterated from the face of the earth by a word or the stroke of a pen Hancock is a man of pure and ex- Â¬ I i cellent charaoter and this even the Republicans acknowledged and there are thousands of different cause given for his defeat but the end of it all is session or expectance aud to muKeatiy inajoriiy of the American people have coutract in refereucs to it and to bind ler ano he is i ur imioecf uetnher of the Republican olub iu Fifty ninth Peace herself personally and to uo aud be etrBet which is working mj hurd Inr chorea GarSeid in preference sued with all the rights and liabilities their p rty and so wheu he called rae and business is now all we ask incident thoreto as if she wjj nut mar in tha other day aud began to put Turner m beyond doubt eleoted io ricd everyihiusr dowu in a bisr buok I then Sec 1168 Huabaod aud wife may thought Id belter say my vole wa- - for From present reports this District Garfield hough I hate to be driv hie majority over Tice will be betweeo sue each other Sec 1109 A married woman may Theu came a jolly red faced heurty 5000 and G000 and over Ratliff the dispose of her estate real aud person tuau who heldtiie reius like a icteran So al by last will and testament in sime Republican from 1000 to 2000 aud took reat pride in his team the Democracy of Fulton and Hick- manner as if she wa not married which be aid wa9 the ber oh the line Sec 1170 Dower and courtesy a So youtl htve to vote for Girfied man will see that the Coubieu was heretofore known are abolished Yes Old Gitr will get my vnii right in pointing to Turner as the This legislation will attract attention this lime bu hi- - pury uver h id it strong man to beat the Republicans in other States before ud if Im co piaeud u to ue The Memphis Avalanche says my privilege- - it uevcr w ill ajaiu Well the Democrats are defeated Other 6ectious conform the general Whats your npiuion uow ut a certain routed horse foot and draggoons The laws to these radical changes Hus company which will only pay yon lar Democrats were divided and quarrel- Â¬ band aud wife inherit from each other valiou wage aud then etk io tulu uce ing among themselves more or less in ail their respective property il there your vote I consider uch a company infer every State Congressional District and be no children aud eaeh a childs part if there be children or the desccudauu oaUy lowiuiuded county and in such a condition no of children They may diluent from Right you are Thems my sonti party can win As well bad straggling each others wills and take of each ments and thats exactly what ihi independent bands of guerrilas attempt others estate according to law except company with the President at it to fight a well disciplined regular army that if thero be no children in case of head is doing and I aint a learned tuch a dissent the dissentient gbts only mau but I know that the Con titution has no if he Fcltoh oounty gave the smallest half ofofthe estateher own or she iho dis is agio it ucd I claim that its au uut his or estate If Democratic vole for Hancock ever sentient has property of his or her owu lage The last one talked a quare given to a Democratic candidate for equal to one fifth of what he or she out aud out Democrat to was of the vigorous President aud gave Grfield the larg- would be entitled to in the others es Â¬ tchool of politics He sez to me soz be Whore wa est vote ever given to a Republican tate then the deficiency is to be made Nouc of yuur d d busi you boru one up oat of the others estate Nearly candidate for President ness sez I How do you vote nez half the Democrats of he county ne White slaves in Ohio he Fur Hauoock aud EuKlish sez glected to vote and so far as heard S S Kemak in Philadelphia Times I if I lose mo job au me heul to from not a Republican voter was abI have been in Clevelaud three days boot an he put me down as Duiun and a half then in Canton Massilion cratic which I always was and always sent Canal Dover Mansfield of course Ohio will be Politicians have made the South not Pennsylvania Columbus Toledo Starter Milior who ha- - held hi t pn the rallying object of sectionalism for Woodville Tiffin and Cinciunati Thus eitiou for six suecenrne jears lor exm many years and the South has never I bad my opportunities to ascertain the charge oi he The present communication ttutb t ibir p ill been benefitted bat always injured by can only deal with the couversatiou iuiug the men in tics He j au arJenr Keputj u the cry As a matter of fact the South held with individual citizens I have has bo object purpose or interest to discovered that the average citizeo id Cotnnieso tvltSi IZckIco Now Yirt iLippia Lii J attain not common to the other Stutes Ohio ban become a white rUve by the The loipuruuue nt iiicrousiiie our of the Uuiou Lets get out of the continuou- and mariifold pttrouage be stowed on a large number of oiiizeu commerce wiih Mexiou iu evary parLet politics go to the predicament ou the part of the Federal Govern dogs Peace aud businoss is what we ernmeof The affifations of this our ticular way hus latil beeu awphatizt il ruptiug patronage is almost boundless by the utterance of GeMrni Grit Haot a I was always thus addressed wheu u who has evidently lusdeitie atj Mexieo Tue Democrats can never expect o third person was not present I know study besii- - tvii ic be viatorious so long as tbey caut agree I ought to vote the Democratic ticket next door ntihbjr is j Rmodeled nfur our wp auu ui Almost any dozen but I am afraid I shall lose my work themselves among owu ii full ol latent rMMioe- t or my business will be detrojed Democrats you find are exercising in- Â¬ but still worse I know that Garfield our trade with the i Routine dependent convictious of their own is uot honest but I am afraid of my oompjrativelj in tniliesiir beine i Its a mabs of opposition elements and neighbor also Garfield is a ihin that ol otue ut no oitloue MfiUM has beeu brouah many times are driven from the old usitii a very bad epithet but I can Europe A nearer to tit tlun ev r blfnie by le not a If rd to offend my friends Democratic landmarks trying to please Frenchman at Dover wat eu coustruutiou of luiiroitp The don tais or thkt element Lets do away chanted to tell Canal oonfideutially iu eru Pauifio railroad is tuuoiti me with that and be Democrats or nothing French how ha hates the Republican hundreds of uillos close to thu boi lei The Cuprat of thut K party but he must vote the ticket of Mexico The Republican party claims great otherwise bo will lose his plaoo All public will be coiiueetod with ill the Kvery great commercial citins of the Unite pride in pretending to be the party declined to give their names The chniie of the where there was something iu the air State- iu i low monthleading iu the developments iu this respect which rtie oiu on will iuiproviug as if people did uot venture to expres country building railroads fully heir opinions It is a siugultr briu Mexico into new reinion- - w i rivers o Aud tbey make thousands fact that oertain men iu Clevoland who this country Hitherto a foreign ele- Â¬ of voters believe it Well let the uow profess to be Democrats wure ment embracing Jeruiiiii aud ljoh h South waive all suoh questions as spell- afraid to have Garfields reoord toueh havo in a large incisure cnntrolled ihu Thero re a 1S7G trade nf hat country ing nation with a big N aud go in for ed or to speak of the fraud of They ovidently feared reiuiuisceucos ready many indications of a change getting our share of Federal appropria aud contingent impossibility for pre- Â¬ The relatiou between Mexico aud iho tions Lets leveo the Mississippi on ferment The general masses how Uuited bi les will certainly be uo--- r A Ger tbau ever befoie uule s uew nniiio both sides build the Southern Puoifio ever liked to hear the truth Coffee sinr aud any other sources of deveN man workiugmau at Cleveland said to ninns are developed road We never reoeive a cent more indigo cotton and dyewood- - are anions Lot the North run politics aie opment wages no matter how high the tariff the principal articles of export tiotu aud the South go for business The is The honest German worLiugmeu Mexico Dry goods jewelry michiun appropriating will be made anyhow have uo confidence iu Mr Schurz ry quicksilver hardware aud izreat He supported Lincoln variety of manufactured ai tides are and leis let squeatniahucss go by and They say imported into Mexico aud ha uuhi aut la support Garfield develop the country - hat hetfaerhyJiir wJaul merii au hipping trade ik dad Evtpfoyft Impressed with the nij to hijsh wijjes proiectite tariff that they must Voir Iepi or to a rosjiiiH ml it if -- ue-ted Loe tluir 1lnces What he itke kiuicif he people or disajreKbir Jfen iSfjy People M Will It ol il m I t tit- - iVe so ureatigia New York Sun elech iu m riran- - -- eirecly ever btiajun The return of last Tuesdays A ruiuor reunited the Sun ijfnVe Ship- - cuuuot be built turner- tion show that Garfield has carried the terday to the effect ilmt the etui Unred rila- - cheaply riiiiutih to tiui following States ol the Sixth avenue strtjtt car Mne wi r I lie Utura p ij writ h JjiiiiHpil chips New York 35 io ne coerceii into votini tue reinniie are nt cuurnc to ubiih h at 23 Pennsylvania r il difie- - on uiateriiti and all naviiiHiiir no Colorado 3 cm ticket by a thiear ol Am cither build chep ship m 0 hey hould support II iueoConnecticut A reporter boarded 4 ear at V - j hu thoui Iruni Hiitih builden iThf I lunula 1 Indiana street and had a talk wih ibt Jnvr Aiuerieus however iuiiead oTthu 11 IowaHave they been after yuu ti j ban citled a Shipping Ciiuveptiou 5 Kansas Ah Vi reoo iitueinl that pilotoce dut- 7 your vote Maine ven i noulu risi lie jtto lieJ utiu reirniiitii Kveri mm i 13 Massachusetts 11 on this lice Michigan sublemen lu-lthat the liws ol n hippinu eainen dn 5 ers conductors Minnesota every one wa i nlerd xduiea UPmeut -- hnuid be modred s 3 into the Suprriutpadsn s office Nebrasin li r ony to tuea urc cariro pacejaod New Hampshire 6 Thursday and when they not there that ougce i shiiuld commenee a sys New Jersey 0 thia sort of talk would take pee Lirni of h unties to be paid out ous Where were you boru Rhode Island 4 torn hou e dues and a tonnage tat Iu Vermont 5 At such a plac other words thev recommend thtt be Wisconsin 10 Where do you ihc American shipping trade shotA be Suoh aud cuch a street carried on at a lots and that thFpeo Total 219 What are your politic pie of the Union should ba tajjd to HANCOCK STATES Well I dout know as Ive decided pay for it If the people of ihetfuioti Alabama 10 M yet approve thero i no objection bfl it is fi Arkansas j Wall you kuaw the old mans for a co tly and cumbrous way of tA Dtnc C California Delaware 3 Gai field American sailor- - the only advitage J rloriua All right Put me down for Gar the nation can ever obtaiu from louu-tie- Georgia 11 field 7 The same uioncy would klp up 12 Kentucky rACorrect youre sulid an effective fleet or eutire scbsMs of S Louisiana Sometimes a uip wuil any Oh I l ailor lads Speciiti P S He would 3ii court to am gwiug for Hancock itiTv a O fltSS3Cippi then be told tbat if he did he btd bet- Â¬ Slow a Ltuvyer J2ale SIucli North Carolina 10 ter look out for hun elf Money Nevada 3 Sketch of S L M Barlow When the reporter boarded another Oregon 3 A irip to Europe on behalf of ao 7 car aud apprvaohed the dtiver he look Bouth Carolina Teanessoo 12 ed cn ucd fo see if the doir behind Iliuoi- - railroad iu 1852 brought him CiMHK Another trip on behalf ol wa- - hut light but ifnlrd lh que 1 I i lie and au equal sum ft tion put to him Finally alter a WeBt Virginia 5 about a mile when he wa- - ntked At the clo e nf the Franco Germau he ti l 25UU lor half au hours Total 150 bluiitly who he was going to vote lor war work Commodore Garri on aud a he siid Well I mention no name i mix I pjriy of f uterpri iog cenllnmeu had Democrats thought Tildco a j elected and hat flayed wh counted aj- - no -- ayin ai I ve a til n i in id e a eonirct with Gambetta for the children to -- tippurt auj dont pip ufi y tf a quauMty of aimc to be in by fraud they confidently appeal K Ai eh Goeruiuent The atuuunt of ti tret kieked out ol mj jib lur od to the virtue aud intelligence ol ibe gin lougue Be n of v involved Aas 81 G0O0U0 ilw litiUiMit was titled Gambetta Anericaa popU to right this grot Guiugtn vote lur Grfiud ar j Yu cau bet your -- weel lilt- - ti ii i fallen Thiers came into power wrong and hey have righted it by man and Hid thinking the prices of the con- Â¬ continuing in power the party tbat per Im oin to vote lur th dout you forget it Aud wih a ein tract exorhiiaut repudiated it The petratod the fraud by an immensely fideutidl wink I gue s you kuow who parties who had contracted for these increased majority Vottr i didnt bo is the best nun arm- - became savage aud uot Lnowiog lieve the fraud or cUe they didnt care Thu next driver was quick of -- pench what to do with them beau to quarrel aud manner He brought hi- - car up They were on he point of appointing for the fraud vlthajerk aud the reporter tumbled a receiver aud selling out the whore auction wheu The Rigiil of 31arrled VTomnu aboardt only to b thmwn violently ciro at tuiiu them as Mr Barlow ap Â¬ the again the door Ly jmher jerk a the peared The uew code in Mieiiaippit of a ifuiiileiutu who had 310000 car started forward He ma at me gone into effeot has cut up by the Aftei having Oh its all rLht I dunt earc Nu iuiere t iu ttie concern roots all anoient disabilities of married body influcnu i my tnic heard what every one of them had to Im au in -women and they are now free aud depeudeut Turk I rtui upport iy he invited the whole goo to his hou e one evening explaiuud tj them equal in every respect to their hus Garfiirld and rh Chtn- lis iheir qujrrels could njt make iu black aud white in ihe office They ti bands It is the most radical legisla- Â¬ have sot me when the luirs short them inv better off and iu half au tion ever had on the subject But perhaps I know i a eertain ilnff r hour drer up an agreement which Seo 11G7 Tbo common law as to who e toiu around to a b ilM bos on they al ju d The next luorninu he the disabilities of married women its the 2nd of next mouth an hes ajoiT di paoiicd au Two or to Paris effeot on the rights of property of the to stuff in a vote for Hancock with throe months later the car ro was ship wife is totally abrogated and marriage regular Kiikenuy whoop tliutll - and the money received uiik p d t i shall nut be held to impose any disa- tbem poor buimup ia ihd uee diza ii New York Commodore Garrisoo v if to deliuhtcd ihat he spontaueousl bility or incapacity on a woman an to with uuhappiuess the ownership acquisition or dispoai The next driver w of a mid ml hai ied Mr Baiiow a check for 23000 tion of property oi any sort or ai to philosophical temperament a oireuui Uiee all the more remark lie -- jid her capacity to make contracts and do Why I tell you sir ho I ok tt ibe as it is well kniwu that the Com all acta in reference to property which I have cot to work sixteen hour- - a d iy modore - uot a believer iu uncalled lor she could lawfully do if she was nut to support my family and Im quite married but every woman now married -- ute my labor will uot be les enej or Our distiuui hed lawyer hadthe -or hereafter to be married shall buve increased nan way or auuthei not aiue sucue s in the war whicrtsSsome the same capacity to acquire mjBu neoty year- - ago Vuudbrbilt audjfs even if thi- - here his name hold control use enjoy and dispose of i - - - - -- r n oavrr jiitr 111 opiuuer uo rite iiimchIi were waoini - avtf iliHiMiifu Tin A Â¬ Rl Cull ol Mint li 83ntN twieilca SJilpi5nK Trade icte si - lii -- 1 1 -r -- A rule for living happily with others Is to avoid having stock subjects for dis putatioiL It moetly happens when people live much together they havo pscnejeiruJiamssrxisisaijaAUJBft sr-J- come to have certain set topics around which from froquont dispute thero ia suoh a growth of angry words mortified HOODS 1 Vdtllfv flTlft tlA 11L A lltn CllW nMrCvnl I V MU UU MMAW Ull J1J1U Bubjeot of difference bocomca a star ding II IfabJ il5iwCTK ouujvuk jj nuiuiui uiiu mero ia a lunu oncy In all minor disputes to drift down to it Again if people wish to livo well together they must not hold too much to logic and suppose that everytldng is to bo settled by sufficient reason Dr Johnson saw this clearly with regard to married pcoplo when he Baid Wretohed would bo the pair above all names of wretchedness who should bo doomed to adjust by reason overvniorn IN ing all the minute detail of the domestic But the application should bo day much more general than ho mada it There is no time for such reasonings and nothing that is worth them And when we recollect how two lawyers or two pol- Â¬ iticians can go on contending and that We have a splendid stock IN STYLE AND PRICE WE DEFY COMPETITION there is no end of one sided reasoning on any subject we shall not be suro that such contention is the best mode of ar-Â¬ riving at truth But certainly it is not tho way to arrive at good temper iJTing in tjuiei NEW 3333S vofejstonat rs DR A A FARIS PHASICAN AND SURGEON HICKMAN -- limiMuJTuiimrtrf MY STOCK IS NOW FULL AND COMPLETE M mv looosinT KENTUCKY his Professional Services to the citizens of Uickmau and vicinity Dr OrEco J HIS N Outten M D IN ALL DEPARTMENTS over Ilolcombesdrng store Bes idence Moulton St near Court House W T Hummer vicinity Office OFFERS to the citizens of Hickman aud Cornor room in Laclede House mchl4 PROFESSIONAL SER kilDISS BUSSS SCOBS Buttons Dress Trimmings c De DBITTIST a m paeeeb IN jBE MarjlsDdTSflBBWr -- HI 0in -- ht jut repre-ent-ati- -- -- ion -- aui Air- Â¬ cinnati Commercial relates the follow- Â¬ ing entertaining story on tho alleged au- Â¬ thority of a Kepnblican man ol tnat state who says that Uen Grant told it to him just before his first nomination for the Presidency When I was a boy said Grant living in Georgetown my mother ran out of but ter one morning and needing some be fore it could b had at tho store she sent me over to the next door neighbors to borrow some Well I was just as well acquainted there as I was at homo almost and opened the door and went in without knocking and just as I went in one of the folks the old gentleman I believe was reading a letter from a son who was in West Point Well I didnt want to disturb them while they weie reading the letter and stood there and heard what was read Well tho son tjaid in this letter that he had been found that is ho had failed to pass ex- Â¬ amination and he would havo to come home and he had sent tho letter ono mail ahead so that tho surprise at his return might not be so great I got the butter and took it home and then rush eddown to Thomas L Hamars of- Â¬ fice he was our Congressman thon and I asked him if he wouldnt send me to West Point Ho told mo that he couldnt send me until this cMierboy got through and that wouldnt be for three years yet But Hamar said I suppose this boy should fail to paas ox- amination and should be sent home will you send me then Well Uly 6aid he L guess if he can t pass there 1 be no use of your trying it Bull want you to promise that you will send Ail right aid he if he me said L cant get through I promise to let you Well during the day ITamar try it heard about the other fellow and the next dav I went and asked him if he had He said he had and heard the news after laughing at me lor the promise he said it was all right 1 should go Well because I wentto and out of my mother hap- Â¬ butter has made mo pened bo General of tho army of the United States and I dont know titer all but what it may make mo President How Grant Went to Wost Point A Columbus Ohio letter to tho Cin- Â¬ HOSIERY GLOVES LACES ANO EMBROIDERY WE HAVE THE FINEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN at lower prices than tho same rn- artistic manner Special attention givaa to the regulation of childrens teeth C Office in Millet Block ALL operotions performed in the most goods have ever been soil Hughlette Wilson Attorney HICKMAN at- - AXD REAL ESTATE AGEN1 KY IaiT r b IN LADIES and MISSES CLOAKS and D0LMAES We Real Estate Bought Sold RenUd cbangsd and Taxes Paid Ix Uiok havo a splendid Stock ANI AT PRICES THAT CANNOT FAIL TOPLEASE of the first Judicial District Tbe collection of claims and investiga tion of real estate titles made a specialty permanently HAVINGwill practice inlocated inCuuru all the IN H A AND VERY R T Tyler KENTUCKY ZADIE3 and MISSES SHOES IN ALL STYLES we have an endless variety Attorneys at Law HICKMAN ATTEND TO ALL BUSIXE33 entrusted to thoir care Office CHSAP Millet Block C i L HANDLE HICKMAN GEHTS WE CLAIM TO and YOUTHS CLOTHING IIA VE TUE BEST STOCK IN THE CITY AND WE CANNOT Ar LAW Collector Real Estate Agent ATTORNEY KT FOR QUALITY STYLE ADD FINISH CANNOT BE BEAT LINE OF BE BEAT IS PISICE A SPLENDID 5ST Will attend promptly to all hnsl ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kentucky and Northwestern Tennesaea Specialattention given to the investiga lion of Land titles and the purchase ana gale ef Real Estate rjn8tf -- 1 SSIAWJLS 252LAKKETS STARTLING CltOAXIXG OOOBS LOW PRICE3 Water A 3i oof Flannels and Dinseys at A LARGE STOCK OF full line of GENTS and CHILDRENS HATS and CAPS new stylesanu low prices E CASE Staple and Fancv 1 Retail Denier In S3- - Â¬ nhis Here Lic3 Mine Bertrmd Wife of M Bertrand marble cutter This monument ia a specimen of his work Octet I Jltapi Grief and business in a French Ccoictery OF THE VERY BEST MAKE t cA AND AT THE LOWEST PPICES S3 Cl CJ3E S32 JUTE sSaJ lease aH and Haisl2S ear Ccoos goods and will sell them maHtU-tLl-aSiE-Bql- - WaL n it s -- c -- peak to each iilftioT iu the streeMflMr iJarloA- - n id no interest iu thafrJiirpute beyond that of beinsr a bolderfut a few -- haies of the Pacific Mail But he considered ihe affair ct sufScieut public iiitcre t Io warrant hi iuterfer So ne day he luxiled the two eneo enemies to In- - hou e wiihnut either of them kuovijz that the other would be there After a moments of Mr Barlow- rxhnriHtioiM Vanderbilt aud As ppnwalt liook liiuds siued an agrees iu ut nod handed him each a check lor 5 100 The nest inoruiog the Pmatua aud Padfio Mail stuck cut iuid hoi -- - ttai teil nave remauiea i traucsi llJjunu t1 figures aaVau w RECOLLECT that we claim io hitve first class b fouudauy where in the country at as low Keeps in stock at all timas fresh uA choice Gtoceries Provision- - Canued and Fresh Fruts c Counirj Produce bought nov7 and kept for sale iiiie fteh inhcr It is that a woman in uiiocbinz her lover a r wiui ti ner Jvr llrrit fc EJBaggyAB3AB3- - JWE OGSSS f considers a good deal more how tho man will be regarded by other women than whether sho loves him herself BlIGKMAJM j Nobody but his immediate friends at what hotel a man of brnins imts ur but tha wheroalwnit of a cares 5 cents JeS a John J WHABFBOAT GKOCERIES Propts Young bS Co j EEPS all kinds of staple a oil antj fihteri3 a matter oi tho deepest elini a mn- - a volVo o r mter- - OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER Consienments Solicited Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country maya ia Produce Live Stock etc Will be pleased to and Conrectioneries see his old customers and will both ui them in price and quality Call and sa us Quick Sales and Small Profits Wont be undersold fjan4lf -- Athosphebicaij knowledge no aits thoroughly distributed to our school A What is mist boy being asked An umbrella vaguely responded Tub exasperated owner of a corner store in Augusta Me has put up a bigu Wanted the ten laziest men reading in town to loaf ou thia corner h fi ii fi H 8 n i W 41 Family Groceiy and Provision Store Hi the best Sugar KEEPS Flour Coffee Molas E M METHENYT Â¬ u like nki rockets -- -- Â¬ -- Â¬ time ol our youth thu- We received from a correspondent the foilowiu somewhat incoherent ac couut ol a duel vbich was fought iu Some nay or oth- Â¬ his neighborhood er we are half iu the dark about the re uh of the duel iu question but we -- hall leave the decieiou to our readers A duel ra i lately fought iu Texas bj Aiesuudar Suott and John S Nott Nott vjs shot and Shott was not In tin- - ease it is better to be Shott than Â¬ hl reri -- The original languages of Italy were many the Latin dialect being spoken on tho lowlands of the Tiber and in time becoming tho official language of the The Germans conquered Italy empire and Latin ceased to be the official lan-Â¬ guage it ceased to be written and it ceased to be taught although it con- Â¬ tinued to be spoken But in its best days it was moro a written than a spoken language confined chiefly to the learned the orators and poets and to legal docu Â¬ ments the common people speaking a mixed dialect called the Humana rustica or country Latin and it is from tliis and Nott There was a rumor that Nott not from tho classic Latin that Italian is wa i not shot aud Shott avows that he claimed by some not well informed writ derived shot Nott which proves that the shot era to havo been Shott hot at Nott was not Shott or Tnn Czars bedroom in tho Winter that Nott was shot notwithstanding Palace it is said communicates by a Ciiconistanci evidence is uot always subterranean gallery with the Fortress uood it may he made to appear on of Sts Peter and Puul so that in cate trial that ihu hot Shott shot shot Null of need ho may reach the fortress in a few minutes and bo in perfect safety or - accidents wjth firearms are fre Tho room of Emperor Paul L was rjro it may be possible tbat the shot queut vided with a similar secret xassagebnt Snott hot hot Shott hiuibelf when he waa not quiek enough for his assas- Â¬ tht whole atfrtir would re olve itself sins who murdered him on the thresh Â¬ u iu oiiniuil nleiueuts aud Shott old of tlie passage be hot ud Nott would be uot When a hen has retired from busi- Â¬ W rfritik hwQver that the shot Shott ness after a long and uneventful lifo a n- t io fcit but Nott aiiYwav it is an egg manufacturer Ihd unfeeling t tejjS etiut huckster throws her upon the niurlet as 1 riUutt SilOlI Harpers Weekly works over the TIHIS thoroughly renovated HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY o d watch kept and altogether one ol the best appointed notets in mis section may9 79 TH1WEK W Convenient REFITTED REFURNISHED ENLARGED td river and railroad and attoutivs J Propr yourself gyCountry produce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods or Cash Lard Bacon c to be fonnd in Hickman Having no partnv to divide profits with wMsell goods the Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper Ground and Roasted Ome aad see far maris W Family Groceries space MESTELBRINK but NOtrouble to name all articles to show goods jano Come and see at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ky ly HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN KT OXXLEK IX Italian and Americas Marbls MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE STONES Amer Â¬ fins lot HAVING received aMarble Iofam pre- Â¬ Italian pared to fill all orders Call and examine I t i a- nr work -- -- filled SOrdera from the country promptly majJG -- EBTTGS AND MEDICINES Oils miM Cralgt JTfctwy Cur Tormertu A vegetable preporUoQ and the remedy Id the world for Brisht D Lyj it A Â¬ tfi 6U r New Yui k -- - ie lii I- - ur iiiifiiy tiii niu e Ciuneiciul Advertiser itl tiip rtt iti Bfii eopai Church Uppiri--d hluc ud riildc l a spibg chicken lief iun i ile idtiKhiitix n - fr ihd ad iri rtici ae I Nourishment in Food In the following table common hay is r nn h taVu - ti standard aud tho numbers substance jrt oppit it mcIieach containshow how many xtnlitiii of pounds f to ten pound- - of nourishment hay equivalent l h- HIOICMAN BiSv Paint and Dye S tuffs KENTUCKY ICONDUIIANT I ciut REWRY ALL KINDS OF Warms Safe Wdnei end Liisr ir iree initially hot i4i j p- eUtii-he- hi aid hi Pounds 10 8 to 4 I iatt u-- ibie aud prior i I Cuiammi hay Cliverlia- Clr M n Turnlpa V 1 A ut h v i it eouie O hft i ir- vfr rr straw cl W 2i I V t t -- iw leie are - 10 to 2l t u CtiuT jiiinubeaiii is I Pound 5 lr Gss i salr wa 2Uo31 3 2 to wit a cake 3 to 6 a to 5 DEALERS j IN Ill S iltiiif s i I i 1 i r ii it i more than or tr6 mij ud t hal l s il i mniiil il Ju iiielir- - or thi -- uuo pe e j a- 0iro sueh r stilts geiniOf 1 - - c Â¬ ol San Dodsnn colorad Capt he tiino and money spent show io Mime of the Francisco in the course of a lone prmeipaliy in tuo t Moitny poor who inauy lime iu speech to his brethren in hi city rt he winter have neither lood uur cloth cently said with much force iutr to keep soul aud body together Both Houses of the Oregon Lpi Lets eqi ilizd the Chri tiau wur half isltturo have passed tbe Constitutional preachiu aud half iractice Amendment in favor jf female suffrage The women of the Wesi are gettiu The Harvard ltemaier in tudeavor in their work liiu lo iccoiiiit lur the decreasu iu ihe Boreas has blowu his frosty breath deniud lor olerjyiueu -- ay tint nt the over tha Northern lake- - driving peiiin if the cuulury omy one twem to destruction and mariner- - to htih ol ihe pitpni itlou wa- - iu citle dosth The tir t blast of wiuter proves while at present the proportiou is one With tin- - iuoreu e iu tlie den a very disastrous oue fifth -Victoria the Indian uuiel who has ity ol populiliou occur- - in iucioa e iu the uuniber ol parijhiooori whom so loutr defied the American aud Jlexi each miitisur cm reach and ilierelore cau governments and -- lauuliiered their he dduiaud for miuistera has huiiush citizen- - has at last been slaughtered ed with mo3t of bis baud by the jlcsicaus ltd winLie - they ii I in i aieclo ed iltiriu i the lieit- - of Mituuier rejiresont only - I fich depends on tlie ae form in which it f thofo qndi U i the 6on niof the niiiiual to w ir is ieu ana iiner cireumiiancos winch too intelligent farmer imduratauds t tMes Unel i Agicultmaai WALTER A Ifinplements MACHINES ALSO DliUwtea nad AIX KlUney Liver aail Urinmry DOj resUmoolala of Uie hljlieot orttor In procf of tbene ttatemeots K For ttw cure of SUibotem call for Wars acr1 Safe Blaiwtea Cnn e For the cars of Rrisbts and tho oitr diseases call for Warners Su Dhrin I AXD SJPUCIAIi AOKXTS FOR WOODS HARVESTING GAAR AGENTS FOR SCOTT GOS THRESHERS anil lievoie Keeps on hand repairs for same It U tha bast Blood Purifier ud rtiainUn very function to more heUihful acilua baa U thus a beueot In all dlwasea It cores SicroAtlons and otherWttn Rrs Diseases Incladios Quintn VI tloos andother oerm and Sore nycpepala Wcakaesa of tbo S4aoutefe CotuUpktlon DlaxloeM GrnersU Ity etc are cured by the Saff BUUo Ilia I snequaleu as an appetizer and mnlar tome ana 81CU BotUes or two sued prices ud Uver Care WARMERS HUij SAFE BITTER3 5 ltU lr illlTWICL BALTZfiR MANUFACTUREKS I OF COMPANY vg te-t-e- ls STSSL PLOWS ASHICULTUSAL IMPLEMENTS Sk JEMIMiJEaLJELJTSS iUW IS J Quickly gives Rest and Sleep to the sunvlnfr cures HeaUacBie and Xeurulcia pm enu KpHapUe Fits and relieves NrK ou IraUon brought on by excesilve rfnnk uver-nrorc mental snoccj ana ocner cuummk Powerful as It Is to stop pain and soothe tts-tm it never Injures tha aytua j whether taken In small or larxe doars BotUen of two sizes priced 30c ao 100 j Torpid LJTir nnd WARNERS SAFE NERVINE 3c Are an lmmrxliata WARNERS oS actlvs fttlmulna for a enre CostiTeneu EyippclA Si laWiu rur Social aid Aru ana uumui be aseU wheuevir tha bowels do not opermra frvly aril nvtuIy St eikr rUb rrvtiv mX jbjUI Atrnvn r tbrSf fc rfc Frit 21 cia Uu Vimrm ItttsriiH mm Mtit k DfBU A tVlcrt SAFE PILLS ihJ iHElltlK TO SUBSUltlBB FOIL TUE Li SwsUlae sjtvrjwhcnw UHWZiisrGg C J HICKMAN COUIER trior K0CHE3TKE K CijKEI rry- - yryagTgrgraa Prvl T i rr rttmvlK ruUtft l -- 2tX tifi WI iuiulJU-gjjX4ivjtj-tijiguoj- j -- tM-j THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY NOV 5 18S0 Fullou Couuty Vole LIABILITIES jut Local Hems communications on public questions printed but not responsible tue natimeaiM or expressions of corres- Â¬ pondents except whir we refuse to give rxaiaeaf author SrSs Short Election caws all tie talk this week and llerefore no local items Madamo Rumor predict Fulton Hancock 175 several Garfield 29 Weaver 3 weddings in Hickman at an early Jay Cayce Hancock 127 Garfield 9 WeavBishop Dudley will preach in rJiok er 8 taaa tli o 2nd and 3rd days of December Lodglon Hancock 125 Garfield 7 Some Democrats raj the dont be Sattafrat Hancock 44 Madrid Bend No reports lieve Garfield ever look that 327 no way Puducati BEST Brands ef Cigars jnst received Turner 524 Tice 220 Ratliff CSO Alio Gravely Cable Coil and Fine Cut Tobacco at Turner over Tice in the city 304 Ratliff et29 FOfiTONES DRUG STORE over Turner 156 Many companies of austere hare Ulckmaa County Vote Hickman county gives Hancock 1100 commenced visiting Reelfoot Lake for fall Garfield 335 Weaver 15 For Congress sport Turner 739 Tice 373 Ratliff 337 Wild dncki are Been in great nam Graven County upon all the ponds and streams ber Turner 1747 Tice 855 Ratliff 860 throughout the country FOR THE FINEST The steamer John B Maude one of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can the Memphis and St Louis packets sunk Variety of Pickles call Meats and at CO miles thia side of St Louis Monday OF THE CONGRESSIONAL VOTE THOSE DuliuaiH from rw Yrk Lev Hickman Turner 188 Tict 49 Ratliff ASSETTS AND arrived Call ami ire liewi 129 or J II ocUO UT Al BKO Lodglon Turner 111 Tice 10 Ratliff 7 SE be nice ieu CALL and C Giyce Turner 105 Tics 17 Ratliff 1 Made Clothiug at ion the tear 1880 To wir Fulton Turner 114 Tice S3 Ratliff 29 J AMBERQS SONS tf ASSETTS Bouafrat Turner 22 Tice 18 Net balance in Sheriffs hands as shown if- - and Ifyeu want lo make your Madrid Bend Tamer 00 Tice 00 by settlement made by levy com Turners majority over Tice 387 over missioner and filed Oct county 1880 aris children happy go to J W ROGERS an lllb get a can of trcali Mackerel ouly 75 cents Ratliff 374 ing from county levy uud delinquent list apiRO can for 1878 and 1879 172G7 Total amount of county levy poll JOR PRESIDENT MOST complete line of lieatinj and tax for the year 1880 Hickman 328200 Cooking Stoves of the season to be found Hancock 248 Garfield 131 COS Dow 2 at J W CORMAN CATY ITEMS rii Cincinnati Hickman St Lonis Fresh and Puro 2 AT- fcamtvmatfMt lyLangelts AND Bakery Fulton County Kentucky m g Mikm GOOD 1WS TO ALL 1S81 l i CO ewiiiii WE KBEP COS TiTiY 09 HASD FRESU BREAD ROLLS COFFEE Â¬ pr iaiiisi EJi raT T P FORTUNE SEAJEH3 11 s D CAKE CAKES PIES HOME- Â¬ MADE CIDER CRACKERS NUTS PICKLES SAR- Â¬ DINES FRESH OYSTERS c t ALSO A fall assortment A- Total assetts for the year 5345407 Â¬ LIABILITIES Claims against the county allowed and payable out of the assetts of the year the very lowest prices lb80 to wit WK shall reeive this wek a complete To Levi Calvert for care of NimroJ and Gnus Denny pauper 305 ttock of Breech tnd Mnzilr Loadinc goods Ammunition sportsmens juuqes or ELBCTIOS AUG 1830 Hunters call and see us N Hammond 11RO J II PLAUT oct2J 2t 200 H C Douoho Owen W Milts W B Gore W O OUR enterprisiug friend J W Ilogerg is now receiving h splendid lot of fresh Groceries which lie is uflerini for sale at ry Goods Deparisnent Drugs Medicines Paints Oils - full line of Cigars Tobacco and Ciga- Â¬ rettes alvraye kept in stock P S Orders for Weddings and Parties1 promptly attended to oclB KAYSER WITTING CASOIEH of Plain and Fancy J J Wiugate Reid K Bay nes D W Dickinson L Collins Jo S Eoiz THE NICEST CASHMKRK IN TO VN 2 W AND TRIMMINGS TO MATCH CAN BE 2 00 FOUND AT VERY LOW PRICES AT 500 J AMBRRGS SONS olo 4t 200 200 200 Jerry J Jones D Thomas BraJsbaw CLERKS OF ELECTION M AUG 200 200 200 and KINDLING 200 sep3 lf 200 Bry Stove Wood cents a 50 load HICKMAN L I CO Â¬ 5000 yards of Calico 5 and 6 cents per yard tobacco Cigars3 c 4500 yards Domestics 4 5 G and 8c per yd AGENTS FOR 2500 yards fine Sea Island 9 cents per yard THE WHITE SEWING MA HINF 1200 jaras Cotton Flannel lOaloc per yard 1000 Yards Bed Ticking 10 to 25c per yard BRISO VS TOCB 500 Ks Cotton Eating at 10c perjpound 150 Bolts Crash Toweling at 8c per yard J W CORMAN CO 100 5eavy White Counterpanes ufl TOGETHER WITH THE LARGEST KTET NextDor CLINTON ST W ARBEPvgSHOP to Holcombes Drug Store HICKMAN Kf 1SS0 Nichols sight Live business men always use the W Ths Fulton Index it the name of a columns of the news papers J now paper just started at Fulton in this Mies Katie Fowlks a Dyersburg county by 3Ir H M Saunders We wish J W ROGERS John R McGdhee C Hughlelte Wilson B F Beckham T M Reid Carr ACQ SflERIFF8 OF ELECTIONS 1880 200 Tbe best grades of whisky keji at rea 200 sonable prices by 2 00 ap30 J v KDOEItS 200 200 200 TnE LATEST STYLES OF MENS AND at 90cts 50 Bolts Bowling Green Jeans 35c per yd STOCK OF DEaLEBS in IIEATIXG AJfI C9 EBKUWKai COOKUG Having just fitted up a neat SUA VINO SALOON in the room door to Hol couibes llrug Store I am prepared to ae cxmmoditte every one in need of Shaving Hair Cutting Dyeing Sbtimpuoing or in anything in the Tousorial line Children XIair Cutting a Specialty t Having hod long experience I feel con- Â¬ fident of giving satisfaction and solicit a ebare of public patronago Sliavtug lOcU XIair Dresnliijr 25cU oct8 CHAS DELWARD jxt Caps Onps I belle and a popular favorite in Hickman R U Binford 312 it success A H Scearce 2 72 society was married in Dyersbarg Wed- Â¬ Thomas E Gleeson 2C0 An accident happened on the North nesday evening to Mr Willard Tenny W H Sargent G20 western road Monday by which several A T Thompson 300 Hawkins Republican is elected in Wm people were badly bruised and hurt but 272 Tennessee by about 15000 Wright Jno APerry Wilson for services as coun- Â¬ bo one seriously leads Wiliion by 15000 ty levy commissioner 18S0 3000 One consolation there is in the elec J W Mayes assignee for build g bridge Owen Slough road lion of Garfield and that is that he will 1160 HABRIED J W Mayes for account as bridge not have to steal his office as Hayes did in commisdioner to date 3200 At tbe residence of J H Montgomery 1S7G That s u improvement in this city on the 29th day of October Jno D Mayes for building aud re- Â¬ pairing bridees Stale road C300 The Memphis Conference Melho 1880 by Judge H C Bailey Mr J W Twigg dit couveuea at Trentcn Tenn Nov 17 Simmons and Miss Francis E Boatweicut T T spikes for bridjte lumber uud 6S0 The impression ia that Rev E K Brans all of Fulton county Kv W C Davis for bridge lumber and sills ford will be returned to Hickman Station 1009 Thomas 8 Gobeeo said to be tle tallest man in Kentucky who was Hicks Burkhart tor biijge lum- Â¬ Rev George S Savage agent of the ber Puncheon Crek 4188 American Bible Union will deliver a lec- Â¬ clerk of the Marshall County Court A T Byuum for cltrinir drift died Sunday last while aoder the in Bayou du Chein bridee oCO ture at the Methodist Church next Sun Â¬ Sane fur buildiu 5 Puncheon day morning A union meeting of all flueuce of tnurphiae during a surgical M LCraok bridge operation 2500 denominations is desirtfd W C Johnson assignee for bridge A writer advising ths youth to aban lumber v 0118 Next Sunday serviced at the Catho W C Johnson assignee for build- Â¬ don slan and acquire the lie church as usual At 9 a m Sunday writing aud speaking good habit of ing Suap neok bridse 2750 plain En Â¬ e chooL At 10 a m high mass and ser- Â¬ 125 glish says The longer you live the J C Reid tor spikes for bridge mon Subject of sermon Keeping the more difficult the acquisition of good R B Breard for nails Srn Ibr bridge 887 Law not Iinposible At 7 p m a dis Â¬ language will be and it tbe golden age W M Bucon for bridge lumber count ou The Man in Earnest of youth the proper time for the ao for Shuck road 100 Choice Cabbage Onions Mince quisitiun of language be pawed in A N King for bridge icnber sun Â¬ dry roads Jfeat Graham Flour Cranberries just abue the unfortunate viotim of neglect- Mrs M Elannon for bridge lumber 10350 425 ed education i very probably doomed J H Plaut Bro for bridge received at Steagala and Cos Highest pauper supplies 5205 taarket price paid fcr all kinds of country to talk slang for life Warren for public printing produce The Court of Appeals has decided George dato Mill receive next week the to 1850 finest lot of Fancy Groceries ever brought that the aot of the legislature which O W Miles for holdiug inquest says that witnesses for the Common Â¬ over Cal Mayes te Hickman 600 H C Bailey for silary to The Sonih Western Kentucky Med- Â¬ wealth shall receive no pay or their Juo A Wilson account fer dale oro 24533 road attendance on an trial un c to date ical Association convenes a Mayfield less tbe defendant examiuing ders shall bo finally con- A D Kingman for salary as coun- Â¬ 10018 Xct ICth The Iaducah railroad will victed by tbe Circuit Court is null t attorney to 14581 transport delegated at one and one fifth and void because it is a premium for T Mty French for date trimming and far for round trip and the citixens of wimeeae to ewcar falsely The right cleaning court house yard 400 MaySeld propose entertaining nil who it maintained to claim and be paid R F Tbomasson account as jailer to 93 C5 Attend tuoei LokpiUbly depends upon the character of the Beard dftle Collins pauper supplied 500 uharge and not upon tbe ultimate re- Â¬ Huneacker Newton for same The Icdie of the Christian Church 825 J A Collins for same 2310 gave a splendid supper Monday night and sult of the examination or trial Ambergs Sous for 10 75 diuuer co Tuoday which was very lib- There is one impression among p9 Ambcrgs Sons for same 1870 samefYtSSO 2Gi0 ndly pAlrcniied These entertainments pie living in other states that might as II Buchanan for earn 600 are for the purpose of raising money to well be abandoned and finally durniss Jno Witting for s tme 24105 0845 sist in building a church far their con- Â¬ ed without reason or louudatiuu that F Thompson cM for srae W Tany for gregation and we congratulate the ladies is the idea that whoever cumes to tbe Dr Jtion to pauper nodical atten- Â¬ Mississippi valley must get acclimated Dr W W Richmond for same ea their splendid success abelore he can enjoy good health Of Dr W W Richmond for jaioe Marriage licence were issued this course in a warm olimate there is rotnc Dr W T Pluuinier tor same week authorizing the iemnization of inconvenience to those uot accuntomnj Dr J It Liiteit for same tba bonds of matrimony between Mr Sam to it and no one should unnecessarily Dr F M Usher for same C Britloa and Miss Katie Kerie both of expose himself to the extreme of any Dr J N Outen for samp Dr Alex A Faris for same Fulton climate yet ordinarily the new comer Dr John W Prjther for same Also between Mr Chw N Walker ed Â¬ has as good health as tbe oldest citizen J W Benedict tor care of sick pauper 2200 itor of the Fulton Fullonian and Miss Who have most profited by the W 2000 Carrie B Ceburn of Fulton May every elective franchise of tbe colored people R T Weakly for same J Hunt for same 4000 earthly happiness attend them In the North wo never hear of a celor A J Moore for 1 pauper cofSn 300 The Fulton Connty Teachers lusti ed man going to Congress iud very Kistner Gardner for 7 pauper coffins chairs 8023 tut hw been in setsion in Hickman this lew of them not half a dozen have C A Holcombe for c medicine fur Â¬ weak The attendance is not large some beo sent to the Stale Legislature nished paupers 2065 Cowgill fur medicine fur- Â¬ teachers being absent and citizens gen- How many of our people are elected in Buck offinished paupers 1830 erally not having displayed much inter- Â¬ strung Republican communities to Co T P Fortune for medicine est The exercises however are said to ces of high trust honor or emolument furnished paupers olO Sheriffs County Clerks eto I need be ef an interesting and valuable char- Â¬ N Hammond for one day at court uot tell you that none of them have of claims to date acter to the teachers present Professor 200 C 2 00 Sauuders was elected chairman and Prof ever been elected Governors or Lieu Â¬ H W Don alio for same tenant Governors Still they nearly O Miles for same 200 Jones cecretary of the Institute 200 all have always voted tbe Republican W B Gore for same 200 The election peesed off Tuesday dull ticket and they keop on voting it as J W Mayes for same C Reid 200 a sluggish Iras interest being mani Â¬ if it was the only ticket they could vote J Collins for same L for same 2 60 fested than in any election we ever wit Jo S Boa for same 200 sensed in this State the tesult is a very Applauding Ex Senator Stoven J J Jones for same 200 Thomas Bradshaw for fume 200 email vote There was a singular abNua S F Dick on order of bridge comReport of the Episcopal Convention sence of the usual election drummers and missioner 000 There were cries of Question Thos Plumcier un order of briJge prouaI frienda of candidates at the commissioner polls Citizens generally went to the question from all parts of the boue 500 polls selected their own tickets for Con Â¬ when Senator Stevenson arose in his B R Walker com for collecting 2C4 on delinquuut list 1870 gressman and deposited their ballots It seat under the gallery There was in- stunt quiet The Senator began by Total liabilttioi to this date was a remarkably quiet tame election 195063 assertion thttno one oould be more opposed to any influence tending to a RECAPITULATION union of church and State than he Total aeseite for the year Or- Â¬ He bad had he said seme forty years 1880 as above given 34MG7 Total liabilities t wit He had sat experience as a legislator in both branches of Congress He Current expensed and palaries 7a 1 80 had served ou the Committee on In Â¬ Bridges Culverts c 48i50l dian Affairs and he desired to assert Pauper flipeudilureh 7C180 that such a proposition as that now un SurpliH of axscils over liabiliiiea lor tho yeir der dixcuKiiun not only did not tend to 140504 ltibO any such union but was in t lriut accord with ecclesiastical duty He thought i4G407 S345407 it a glorious thing for the church tu This Oct lltb 1880 attempt to exercise its iuflueuce to se- Atlet EL JNO A WILSON C F C C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BOYS CAPS CHEAP AT ol5 4t J AM BIUG S SONS Blankets Waterproofs Shawls Cassimeres Cloaks and Winter Goods llurdwnre and HI actumDT Also Copper Tin and Sheet Iron Ware JOB WORK and Repairing of all kinds done with neatness and dispatch -- jVIercliant Tailor J BUTTERICEB of latest Fall and Winter Fashions and a large lot of samples of French English and German goods Jontlemea are invited to call amd ex- - HAS UST 1IECE1VED 25cts Lower than the Lowest 1 liuTe no aud pay for all my Groceries and therefore can sell ns cheap ns the cheap- Â¬ est Best brands of Wittenbere and Lone Star Flour 25 ceui cbcaner than the low cawh eBt clTk exppnss no store rent MOOTS AN WE ARE AGENTS AND I1A VE SHOES FOR THE - B B Brevard HOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEALER aet26 JOHN WITTING SOLAE TIP SCHOOL SHOE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF ISrOTiCOE CSoalis Clonks 11 oaks lQMEM35 Frank Leslies Weekly thirty cents WE HAVE THE FINEST AND CHE VP EST LOT OF LADIES CLOAKS AND DOLMANS EVER BROUGHT TO HICK- Â¬ MAN WE ASK ALL TO EXAMINE BE- Â¬ FORE BUYING ELSEWHERE PRICES FROM 6400 TO 2000 J AMBEKGS SONS olo2m We propose selling the TWIN SPRING BED at SS SO The sprinus ar- - made RS1SSES1 AND CHiLDRENS CUSTOM HAND MADE SHOES ALSO A CO lirLKTi The only Democratic illustrated newspa- Â¬ per published trill be sent postpaid for five weeks until end of campaign for IISE OF Seas and 3oys AT We Boots and Overslioes F riilCES THAT DEFY COMPETITION Agents wanted in every town Send thirty cents for five weeks subscription or C cents in postage stamps for sample copy nod illustrated catalogue Clubs of four will be sent for five weeks for one dollar Address Frank Leslie Publishing Company 15 Dey street N Y jnsl of pure steel Call and sec he and save SI 50 instead of huyiuir tin- - common iron spring Bed at 5500 We menu what we say KISTNER GARDNER if Hickman Ky Overcoats Underwear Trunks Yalises and Gkaliar X cssons MISS MATTIE ELLISON wishes to I an- Â¬ nounce to her Triendc iud oM patrous that she is Uuw piejated give lessons on the Guitar nadwilt open a elans at her home at the old Rotilhac house Those wishing instructions will please call and Charges reasouajle Bee her D J5k 3ST 3ZeaIs Mr Marion William bavins bought UeBOW KLINE LEVI OOLDBURO AND tbe RESTAUR NT formerly kept by War- Â¬ MESSllS JACKSON PATRICK will be pleased to wail on all No trouble to uhow goods ner Meachara lespecltully announces to the public that tbe establishment has ben overhauled aud that ill former pa Â¬ GO TO THE trons and travclliag public can be ac coiuuiodated at all hiurs at 25 cents a meal ygEeuar Bordert accomodated O Csj Higdest niarKei pfices piiu for Poul- Â¬ t c Butter Ejigs Vegetable try o KB3 3S IHS 2 iti nil H ours 5- - Breech Loading Guns Pistols Powder Shot Gam Hunters Boots Blankets Tent Cloths Hardware and Groceries I will pay the above reward to any three private citizens of Fulton county who still hold the lead and can show the most elejfint stock of CLOTHING ever will induoe the largest number of tax- Â¬ brought to Hickman besides being able to fit the smallest three payers in said county to pay their taxes year old to the largest man A line line of day ef January Hardwarej Guns on or before the 1st the largest num-Â¬ next Ho who induces ber shall receive 25 0U the second larg-Â¬ est 15 JO and the third largest 10 00 PISTOLS The test of said inducement shall be by BAILS XJ 31 bringing the tax paver to the sheriff and CASTINGS or by Will be found in this Department c see his or ber receipt obtained TOOLS paying the money and for eaeh recpt so given or obtained a ticket will be given to the party entitled thereto with tha J name of the payer written thereon and signed by tbe sheriff which ticket shall V ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF OUAES TIN COPPER AND SHEET-- be kept by the holders thereof until the 1st Monday in January next and then IRON WAKE presented to the sheriff at his office in JOB WORK done to order such as Hickman and those three persons hold Â¬ S ing the three highest number of tickets Routing Outterinz Spouting ic of the Gold Stove Clinton Street shall be paid in caih as above slated B K WaLKZR b x U Hickman Ky feb7 79 LTHIIG 2 60 Howard Celery F S BM 2HG GOODS 3 RTSaSENS ThiTTnm3 qjpqj jl ji rzn Sh KIRK w g E2ew ST II E Restaurant I AT IS1 IHS- - FT T enihracing nhout ACRES PLACE TWILL SELL MY HOME one fourth ON split in right ear of terms lying Given under my haud this mile south west of the Court House n tbe town of Hickman FORTY TWO oct22 As a stray by U D Hunt living six miles nutli et9t of Hickman on railroad one RED STEER with white face white spot on shoulder nhite under belly Vil ied at 8 00 by J W May field markel with Oct 18 1880 TAKEN UP J C KE2D J P - Children roa vrJZrZr 222SSE2S28 W9Mt ISSfe Sastozia Liotliera lllco and Physicians tw fja ii lilUluuUuilM of land nearly all under fnce with a As a stray by Alfred MoLUuiel living LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING fie miles eust of the city of Hickman iu Ky on the Shuck road good Cistern and Stables young bearing Fulton county on the 18th inst oni mouse colored mare Orchard of selected fruit good Gardeu mule aged about 4 years branded on the spot and good lots of never tailing watr with a dij For terms apply to the under- Â¬ right shoulder has bad mark like aabout for Stock fistula and thoug T H M French C F C C signed or T 14 hands high appraised at the value of B R WALKER ja30 80 50 Also one mouse colored mare male Nichols c aged about 3 years about 14 hands high The politest attention given to patrons having no brands appraised at the value A splendid cook Meals from G to 8 and of 50 Also one black mare mule aged reg- Â¬ Special rates to from 12 to 2 oclock about 1 year last spring some white spots SCiraOKDJEB TItlTZ se30 ular boarders Meals 25c in its face which ia appraised at the val- Â¬ ue of 20 FASHIONABLE Witness my hand this 18th day of Oc-Â¬ Head quarters for all Kinds of School tober 1830 SHOE MAKEK BOOT AND Books and School Supplies oct22 J W MAYES J P AND ONK HALF TAKES UJP Metheny Bmt and hcemate f recosuaead it Mwm g jagff SHOP ind Troy Aveuues East Hickman Ky gaS Satisfaction guaranteed North West corner of Moscow CouimiH siaiiers Male F J Equity J Robert Hicks Defendant BY virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Fulton circuit court rendered at the September term thereof 188U in the above cause for the sum of one hundred and 121 75 twenty one and 75 100 dollars with interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum from the 8th day of September 1880 uutilpaid and 31 20 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho court house door in Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 8th day of November 1880 at I oclock p 11 or thereabout bting county court day upon a credit of six months1 the followii g described property to wii The undivided interoet of Juraes A HicVa iu the N W qr of sec 2 t 1 r 3 weit in Fulton county Ky containing IS acres more or less being the interest deeded by Jas A Hicks to the defendant Robt Hicks Dec 18 1877 cr sufficient thereof to produce the sum of money s- ordered to be made For Ihe purchane price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bear Â¬ ing interent from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these JNO A WILSON terms Master Commisaiener oct22 3t IT IS ROT NARCOTIC TO BUY YOUR WM Scijool aijd FRBNZ BKALZB IN may9 ly Fulton Circuit Court M Usher Plaintiff against Kentucky 1 psyaHgyvsgggWorlds great - CKNTATJIl IiTNiarENTS the Drags Patent Medicines Soot aud tihoe Maker HICKMAN KENTUCKY ii T3oylictU soothe and FANCY S0IL3T AETICLSS cure Burns Wounds WcakBack P22T3 PSiUi aud Rheumatism upon Man SOAPS and Sprains Galls and Lame Â¬ PAI2ITS ness upon Beasts Cheap quick OILS and reliable DIE TUFFS Miscellaneous Ladies and Geats boots and shoes made In Â¬ to orler and iu tbe latest faahiou visible patches put ou wheih last longer All I ak is a trial than when eewod Shop next door lo City Barber Shop feb7 7J Mil Wall Paper PicÂ¬ KJpjf ig r3 gar ircS zj is THE BEST REMEDY ron Diseases of tlie Tliroat and Lungs- CIGARS AND E T08ACG0 Stationery e Lger Beer Saloon The JUST EECEIYED aoekc Iziives Ea siors MACHINES Store of direct from New leans per Str Halli day new crop Sugar House Molasses new Coffee new clarified Sugar new Ilice ture Frames Fochet Cutlery Tugs Goods CLINTON STREET 4t I rJlirT ifl Tfe E1TD In diseases of tho nuliuouary orcanS a hafu and rclidblo remedy is inval- Â¬ AVBRg uable ij CilKlUtY PUCTOKAX SBWma Cheose Crackers etc specialties best of Cigars and Tobacco MILLERS od slind Clinton streat Q1GSFEET OYSTERS BOLOGNESAD Jl sage Sardines Fruits Candy Vuts and Fana Prescriptions Acciratsly Conporadcd at the Sale and Livery Stable fli It audi a a bcientino is esN conibiuution of tho remedy V f JnvS 2t Plaut lit CHERRY rST Bbo Â¬ Card of Tbanha Eiiitok Mill you please allow us space in ycur valuable paper to express our heartlelt thanks to the citizens of Hickman for their kiud demonstrations of good will toward up Our dear old town has always been noted for its generosity but never before hive we seen a greater zuanifectatioti of thi virtue than on the occasion of the Chrielian supper where St eeecied each and all vied with one an Â¬ people of Hickman Ladies or the Cueistian Cbckcu I S The Christian Church Guild meets to nignt at tbe residence of Mrs Pluin uer All are cordially invited other to encourage the ladies in their noble undertaking that of building a Do unto church And may this precept others as you would have them do unto you be oar example through life and with it may wc carry the memory of this delightful evening connected as it will ever be with the noble pute good and true cure for these poor suffering helpless people justice protection fur these were but preliminary steps toward bringing them into the fold of Christ The Seuatorx paaafs here were de livered with great feeling Every face in the great church was turned toward him Iu the galleries the spcctainb j roe aud leaning forward teemed 2tix- ion to catch every word The hum ol conversation that mars much f the exerci e ceaxed Then the Sen tor went on to remind the convention j bat it had sent committee to Co r JEST li i THE SLflJE 33 WORLD 1 aud iimionnity oi re miIls It strikes at thj foundution of all puliuuiiary difeaecs affordiuK rromjit relu f and rjpid cures aud ia adapted to patient of any ago or cither sex Being very palatable tho yuuu cst iliildren taki it luadily Ia ordinary CtfURha Colds fioro Tliroat SlStWiK tyd virtues of thefiuest Urup chemically of such sSBW i united awh power ns to insure till IMVatlHt lle ctlicioncy lHMM- innilifiiiinl niiut pics and curative ri J2 uom 3l CQVaXTLL CO HICKMAN KY Wm- - B KENTUCKY STREET Flummer for hire g l- bi for copies of my New Reduced HORSES BUGGIESnd HACKS of Picture Francs Chromot Thankful for patronage heretofore ex Bracken Croquet Sett and Base BalU for tended him be solicits a continuance of 1S78 3IDIH 5Send Price Lists constanllvfjfcnd KEEPS sale VHp a ComjaissioJ Binford M ttv Sale T3CTTAOrj7 ITLWj LJltiu THE ECGLLir Cairo Hickman grjN before COTTON The market continues firm We notice considerable for good grades stained cotton offered for sale Good or- Â¬ dinary i low middling 10c middling ltU CORN Remains active and firm ut 38 Farmers seem reluctant to sell at above figures and are holding out for 40c The new coin of the season was aold by WT Brewer to J li PLiit Bro for 28c delivered DRIED FRUIT Dull and easy at pro The Markets rt ritua uotaico3 have been mym with two dieiincui hed deputies btf r Coogre s Then he touched on t e Tn reference to a lobby he Hurcastic said Lobby ah yes What a frui age it is of ail these centuries to tied our iejrirtlative bodieico ruptand venai The cursp of corruption does darkrn our legi lbtivo bodies but thank God there are oioe pure Christian IcgiFu tors among them They wait to be p proached by sucb committees as thin They desire ndvice nd one would be counsel to aid them in perfecinj just laws they are rejoiced to have Chri tiuu mcu rime to them and ihey do not in so doiug believe that any up proacli tu a union ot cburcb and Sthte It was a telliuR pergration is taken tlie silence bat lollow for a mo effort f0lo cent the clone of a ed otevenson s last words Then there was a great burnt uf -- ppluuse I fcJIabtiy i Zsioare EI Carb RoSia 14 or St xnny eppear dirty white color Iy It wlilt cxeiatiseil VITH a COMiAKISOX eir but tSUANU 1VU1 how OA TIinKIt ike dlfforencc See tlmt Tonr Baking Soda la erblte and iJKK aiehfliiTdbe AI SiniUB UUU5XAACCS Used for r rood i Put roi l aro magical and luultiriuloti are auiiuully presi rvcd fmHi serious ill iioss by its timely and faithlul U8 It HiiimM bo Ket at hand iu every house Â¬ hold for Ili3 prolcclion it aifords iu sud dcii attacks In Vhoopiiji and CoiistiiDUioii thoro is no ot r rumody mj tflicacinii itootliiii rinl I -- loftil Low puces aro iiiduii un ita to try Roiiie of tho many iuitiiiS or ujtiivi made of chiHp anil im lTit ti v ingredi Â¬ ents uon oiTiTiil which jn they con Â¬ tain no curativu ijualiiits iaii afford onlv tcmpoinry relief aii1 arc sure to dinMppmt the pati lit Ltiauneii of tho throat and luuh iitiuiiil active and vll eii tiUtmeitt m1 it i iiuorous rvpi nun ntii4vith aihnow n aul cliaaii iiiuln iiu4 froii tliu yrcat KuMlHv that then diseases iiivviiilrit tiill dvitti llionchitU liillucnzii CltrfOiiians Soro Throat Abtliiim Crotip nutl Caturrli the orrecte if Av ns UiinmtY r in tv hcj in -- PACK K T f t Cf Now Madrid s J Jord m defendants of a jactgiceiit and order of jrtiiof lit Fallen Iircuit Court rendered a ihc V uirj ter a thereof 1878 in tho K aj for ihe sum of three hun- sud 7U ICO dollars with di - t -li nti of l Jcr ceut per an- inter u Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky Co plffs Dickinson Clark Equity igiinst virli f ifii p - - d - 0 SAM W M coii 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hf unnrlnelpled S nSo ot wTOLO RObK AN DHyRwhloiU tbiinlTaT1llftlolnlJ ra sacHlno k- boU lus a OOVKlUJMKiJT trrAUP CA lJ jLXOri jcrnp rjrrIVCV 01 r ju fr tB- Children oionrMuaa for tit UIOh MAN KKTUCtCY nxisixaKHAXia vVrrnr two thciiiiaiiJ d jiirs with imrrxsl at li pur tunt troa I obruiiry iitn islb until piid or suilioicu lUvreof tu pro- Â¬ duce tho ait113 of mjLcy vo urderd to be mad Fur ths puiohaie price the puicimsei witu apprjcJ surety or s beaviu tics taiit cicoute bond logul iutMicst from the day of site until piid aail haiu the force aud Riddera n ill be pre Â¬ efloet of a Judgment pared to comply promptly viih these T M FRESCH term oct---Special CwsiUsuiior Aaji jf ITl uiil jid and Satlio S Jor Iiu for In C S0 9 - wa BITS OF INFORMATION SCIENCE AND INTENTION How Teas Are Adulterated generally known that tho orthodox teas prepared in the East for American and European consumption aro adulterated but comparatively few peoplo are aware of tho extent to which this adulteration is carried on or what substances are used M Hussen a French chemist of note has made a thorough investigation of tho subject nnd tho result of his researches has been laid before tho Academy of Sciences Ho finds that Prussian blue indigo and gypsum in small quantities aro tho principal ingredients employed to im- Â¬ part the face or bloom to teas When the Fee Comes In A newly elected Justico of tho Peace who had been used to drawing deeds and wills nnd little else was called upon as his first official act to marry a couple who camo into his office very hurriedly SLEEPIXG CAlt TYRANTS A Discussion Earning Her Omi Living tonished nt the statement that a wealthy and intelligent Brooklyn girl has left her homo and old associations with tho intention of earning her own living by hard work This astonishment is so uncomplimentary to the spirit of young la- Â¬ dies in general that tho particular lady in question may be regarded as a prac- Â¬ tical defender of her sex Why a rich lady more than a rich man should de-Â¬ vote life to doing nothing is more than anyone can explain Thousands of ladies already aro devoting their time and means to worthy enterprises merely for tho sake of having something definite to do and if one of tho sex chooses to adopt downright hard work and to live on un jiuvucuo uiuer muusiry liisuuuouy s business but her own If more women who need fear no wolf at tho door were to do likewise they would bo tho wiser for it and the world bo better A great deal of the unnecessary injustice and suffering in tho world comes of tho ignorance of tho classes about the lives of thoso who aro socially leneath them Tho merchant even he of well trained muscles who spends an hour or two in rolling barrels or moving heavy packages learns exactly how it is that his men do not sometimes move as lively as he would like to have them do he may even learn why tho samo men sometimes slip around the comer and invest a part of their small earnings in whisky If tho Brooklyn girl referred to goes into shop factory or domestic service and with her earnings makes ends meet she will never afterward make unnecessary troublo when shopÂ¬ ping she will not wonder why girls look pale and and sho will bo unlikely with servants when she hnSssPMiseliolil of her own to manage After she has tired of her experiment and returns to the enjoyment of her own or her fathers bank book I her monoy will gotwico as far as before j and whatever it buys will bo thorough u later sue marries sue ly enjoyeo will not be likely to complain if her hus band does not earn as much as she may desire to spend and sho will not run tho slightest risk of ruining the said husband by extravagance Not even for tho sake of learning so much to devote- mouths r years to common steady labor so tho world has no immediate prospect of being regenerated by womans knowledge of now her sisters live New York Herald ot Up on Goats The goat is an every day sight and the man who does not study him and learn his ways and habits has only him self to blame Saturday forenoon a William was quietly feeding on CoÂ¬ lumbia street when a load of household goods went past The owner kept pace with the wagon carrying under his arm a fine mirror about five feet long As he came opposite the goat he met a friend and of course ho had to stop and tell why he was changing locations and how much he expected to be benefited The glass was heavy and he naturally dropped one end to the walk to rest his arm Had tliis man been a close observer he would have seen tho goat and wished he had a brickbat Had ho made goat na- Â¬ ture a study he would have known bet- Â¬ ter than to lower the glass But he was a man who despised the trifles of life and he was telling how many tons of coal the new house would save him this win- Â¬ ter when tho goat who had been getting mad for two long minutes at sight of a rival in the minor went through the glass like a thunderbolt and jumped into the street with the frame clinging to his shaggy sides All that ripping and raving and cussing all the opening of front doors all the inqniries by an excited crowd could havo been saved had the citizen but beckoned to the small- Â¬ est boy on the steeet and asked him to give away a few points on goats ExÂ¬ change Â¬ well-to-d- o the Colarrd Porter IXew Toik Times or the Ways and Mean of Two large cities full of people are as- Â¬ I Mental Imagery Mr Francis Galton gave tho British association some interesting results in his investigation of power of calling up or forming mental pictures In some persons the facnlty of perceiving images was very feeble and in this respect they were much in the same position as those An Incident of the Rebellion who were blind from their birth Other A battery of the First Artillery halted persons perceived past scenes with a dis- Â¬ one night during the Seven Days Fight tinctiveness and appearance of reality in a little clearing The menlay down that differed little from actual vision unhitching their horses but leaving and between these wido limits he had them in harness The first sergeant now met with a multitudeof cases which ex Â¬ an honored officer of the Third Artillery tended in an unbroken series told me he got up and walked toward There was a true kinship between one side of the clearing Ho was halted actual vision and mental pictures by and turned back by a sentinel Going which we recollected what we had seen toward the other side he was again When tho light fell upon tho eyo an challenged irritation was set up and this traveled Who comes thar toward tho brain where it associated The voice struck him He replied with other waves of irritation proceeding Friend and said What regiment is from independent centres that lingered that here and there and finally died away The answer came Seventh Alabama In tho form of a mental picture this was What regiment is that on the other reversed the mental imageries of which side he spoke were those habitually suggested Fifth Georgia replied the sentinel by well known associations Butalthough tho faculty of visualizing clearly was a What battery is that Here was a situation The sergeant characteristic of certain races and was a naturally didnt know tho name of a natural and hereditary gift it admitted battery in the rebel army Hesitation of being largely developed by education would have been fatal By a lucky inThe memories one should aim at acquirspiration he replied one of Stuarts ing were chiefly based upon a thorough batteries knowing that Job Stuart com- Â¬ understanding of the objects obscured manded their cavalry and he had noticed that the faculty of Oh said the other then yous a visualizing was very well developed boss battery amongst mechanicians and architects Yes said C most highly developed amongst them Good night perhaps for they had thoroughly to un Â¬ He immediately awoke the Captain who mUier angrily said What the deuce derstand the process of mechanical draw- Â¬ is the matter now ing where the intended structure was to Excuse me Captain said the ser bo set forth in a plan and elevation geant bnt were camped between a and section Georgia and an Alabama regiment Begged the Pardon of Both It is needless to say the Captain got op Horses were hitched in quietly and Rowland Hill was always annoyed tho battery withdrew from letwecn the when there happened to be any noise in sleeping regiments who never knew of the chapel or when anything occurred to the prize that was within their grasp divert the attention of lus hearers from Caliornian what ho was saying On one occasion a few days before his death ho was preach- Â¬ ing to one of tho most crowded congre- Â¬ X Fellow Fecllng of a dramatic combina-Â¬ gations that ever assembled to hear him The manager In tho middle jfJiis discourse he tion playing an engagement in Detroit served a commjHBt tho gallery ob Â¬ For was approached on tho last day by a some time ho tVHo notice of it but stranger who asked for a pass for that finding it increasing he paused in his evening sermon and looking in tho direction in Why should 1 give you a pass was which tho confusion prevailed ho ex- Â¬ the blunt demand claimed On account of the fellow feeling Whats the matter there The devil was the serene reply seems to have got among yon yon Sir I do not know A plain country looking man im- Â¬ Neither do I know you but that isnt mediately started to his feet and address- Â¬ the fellow feeling I had reference to ing Mr Hill in reply said Do you belong to tho profession No sir it arnt the devil as is doing No it its a fat lady wots fainted and shes Â¬ Then I fail to see how there is any a werry fat un sir as dont seem likely thing in common to como to again in a hurry You struck this town last Monday Oh thats it is it observed Mr didnt you asked the stranger Hill drawing his hand across his chin Yes then I beg tho ladys pardon and tho So did I and Im going out of it tonight dead broke same as you Thats devils too my point may it pleaso the court A Leap Year Episode The court whistled a melancholy A bashful young man a Now York tune figured up the cash receipts onco drummer mure and then wrote the pass without a young by tho way lias lecn visiting lady at tho West End with a further argument view to matrimony but his extreme diffidence would never permit an avowal A LaKauiST Au rcvoir is a contrac- Â¬ day or two ago tho young lady who has tion of the familiar phrase all along seen hoXr matters stood helped which is synonymous with so tho youth out of his predicament nicely long ta ta see you later and take care Her younger sister camo shyly np to tho of yourself old boy young man and asked Aro you any relation to my sister Ho blushed and stammered until tho young lady taking The Emory City British Columbia Sentinel says it is read in every house in pity on him solved the matter by say- Â¬ No but hed like to be wouldnt that town but there are only two houses ing and one of those is the office of the Sen- Â¬ you Alfred Cards will soon bo out LouiHville Commercial tinel newspaper Texas which commenced raising wool It has been estimated that of tho in 1845 has now 4000000 sheep and it horses in the world Austria hasl507 000 is estimated that ifontana will produco Hungary 2170000 France about CO 000 000 pound of wool in 1880 000000 Rushia 21470000 Germany 3352000 Great Britain and Ireland has a new enterprise Atlanta Ga 2255000 Turkey about 1000000 the a watch manufactory It begins with United States 9504000 the Argentine j facilities for turning out six watches xvepuDuc 4uuouuu uanaaa awiuw per day Uruguay 1600000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ over-the-riv- er -- Every sleeping car is nominally in charge of a special conductor a gorge- Â¬ ous being vritli an ornamented cap who disappears from view when the train starts and is not seen again until morning The real despot of the sleeping car is tlie colored porter who as soon as the conductor has gone into another car to assumes un- Â¬ make- himself comfortable limited authority The moment it is dark he puts his passengers to bed No matter how anxious a passenger may bo to sit up until ten oclock in order to pur Â¬ sue an innocent conversation with a young lady the porter approaches him We want to make up the and remarks With the abjectness of bed now sah spirit characteristic of American travel- era the unfortunate man never dreams of disputing tho porters authority but rises promptly and balances himself un Â¬ easily against a ncighlwring berth while his bed is put in order Tho object of the porter in thus requiring his passen- Â¬ gers to go to bed early is easily per- Â¬ ceived The sooner they aro out of tho way tho sooner ho can go to bed himself What to him is tho wail of tho wretched traveler who is thrust into a stifling brth hours before ho can by any possibility go to sleep What cares ho for the dis Â¬ appointment of tho young man and the young woman who hail expected to enjoy each others society during the evening He knows that if he orders tho passen gers to go to bed they will not daro to aisobey him and lus own personal comfort is tho only object which is dear to him As soon as tho passengers aro in bed the porter takes nway their shoes not necessarily with a view to blackening them but as a guarantee that they will not get out of bed without permission Theso shoes ho takes to lus private bed nt the end of the car where he spends a little time in mixing theni and then pre pares for sleep As a rule tho porta does not snore because he holds that the duty of snoring properly belongs to the passengers If however as sometimes happens no parscnger volnntecrs to snore the porter demonstrates tho fearful power of the African nose by snoring with a sustained vigor that no ordinary traveling noso can hope to emulate Before going to sleep the porter has of course closed all the ventilators if it is summer and stirred up the lire if it is winter thus making sure that his vic tims shall suffer from heat and gain as little sleep as possible for their money What with the heat and tho noise tho passengers rarely manage to fall asleep before twelve oclock by which time the porter refreshed by his nap rouses himself and begins his midnight round Ho stopsat every berth and shaking the sleeping passenger wakes him in to ask Was it you sah that was wanthim ing to get out here Of course no one wants to get out as the porter perfectly well knows bnt it is a part of his fiendish system to wake everybody at mid Â¬ night and thus prevent them from for- Â¬ getting their miseries in sleep When his midnight round is finished tho porter returns to his den and takes a sonnd nap Long experience has taught him that a passenger who is waked up at midnight will fall asleep again at three oclock a xn Accordingly he sleeps until nearly four oclock when he begins with malig Â¬ nant delight the process of getting his passengers out of bed He informs every one that Were most there sah without attaching the slightest meaning to the word there and that Were waiting to put them beds away now sail The meek passenger believing that he must be at the point of arriving at the station where breakfast was to be had dresses hurriedly spends half an hour in a general shoe exchange with his fellow travelers and then finds that ho has three long hours to wait before he can have any breakfast At this point he generally loses his patience and uses language in regard to sleeping car porters which can not be defended by aus- Â¬ tere moralists but nevertheless when tho porter comes to him and demands fifty cents for having mixed the shoes ho pays him withont daring to hint that he deserves tho most ingenious death that the ablest inquisitor ever invented -- Â¬ - 1 The Eating of Clay Among tho extraordinary passions for eating uncommon things says Prof Johnson Chemistry Common Life is to bo reckoned that which somo tribes o leope exhibit for eating earth or clay For instance in Western Africa tho negroes of Guinea havo been long known to eat a yellowish earth thero called Caouac tho flavor or tasto of which is very agreeable to them and which is 3aid to causo them no inconvenience Somo addict themselves so excessively to tho use of it that it becomes to them a kind of necessity to their lives as arsenic docs to tho Syrian peasants or opium to the Theriaki and no punishment is suf- Â¬ ficient to restrain them from tho practice of consuming it When tho Guinea negroes used in former times to bo car- Â¬ ried as slaves to tho West India Islands they were observed to continue theens tom of eating clay but tho caouac of tho American islands or the substance which the poor negroes attempted in their new homes to substitute for tho African earth was found to injuro the health of tho slaves who ate it Tho practice was therefore long ago forbidden and has now probably died out in tho West Chocolate tho flour of tho cocoanut was first introduced into England from Moxico in tho year 1520 and soon after Â¬ dreJly toiHpible Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Indies In Martinique a species of red earth or yellowish tufa was still secretly sold in the markets in 1751 but the use of it has probably ceased in tho French colonies also In the Eastern Asia a similar practico of eating earth prevails in various places In the island of Java between Sonrabaj a and Samarang Labillardiero saw small square reddish cakes of earth sold in the villages for the purposo of being eaten Theso were found by Ehrenberg to consist for tho most part of tho remains of microscopio animals and plants which had lived and been deposited in fresh water Tn Bnn jcet Valley in the Sikkiih Himalaya a red clay occurs which the natives chew as a cure for the goiter The chemical nature of tho substanco has not been examined In Northern Europe especially in the remote parts of Sweden a kind of earth known by tho name of bread meal is consumed in hundreds of cartloads it is said every year In Finland a similar earth is commonly mixed with the bread In both these cases the earth employed consists for tho most part of tho empty shells of minute infusorial animalcules in which thero cannot exist any ordinary nourishment In North Germany also on various occasions where famine or necessity urged it n similar substance under tho name of mountain meal has been used as a means of staying hunger Li South America likewise the eating of clay prevails among the native Indians on the banks of the Orinoco and on tho moun tains of Bolivia and Peru Hum lwldt states that tho earth eaten by tho Otomac Indians on the Orinoco is an unctuous almost tasteless clay true pot- Â¬ ters earth having a yellow gray color in consequence of the presence of oxido of iron A similar practico prevails in tho hill country of Bolivia and Peru The eating of certain varieties of earth or clay may therefore be regarded as a very extended practico among native in Â¬ habitants of tropical regions of the globe It serves in somo unknown way to stay or allay hunger stilling probably the pain or craving to which want of food gives rise It enables the body to be sustained in comparative strength with smaller supplies of ordinary ailment than are usually necessary and it can be eaten in moderate quantities eveu for a length of time without any sensible evil became a favorite beverage in tho London coffee houses The first piece of artillery was invent Â¬ ed by a German soon after the invention of gunpowder and artillery was first used by tho Moors at Algesiras in Spain over 500 years ago The most ancient manuscripts aro written without accents stops or separ- Â¬ ation between tho words nor was it un- Â¬ til after the ninth century that copyists began to leave spaces between words The Japanese make a very curious and handsomo kind of copper by casting it under water tho metal being highly heated and the water also being hot Tho result is a beautiful rose colored tint which is not affected by exposure to tho atmosphere Sandal wood is the wood of a tree which grows in Ceylon nnd on tho coast When tho tree becomes of Coromandel old the harder central wood acquires a yellow color and great fragrance while the exterior wood remains vhite and pos- Â¬ sesses no fragrance It is yellow wood only that is used in manuactnring boxes etc Artemisia married her own brother Mausolns King of Caria 377 B C At his death sho drank in liquor his ashes after his body had been burned and erected to lus memory a monument one of the seven wonders of tins world Sho invited all the termed Mausoleum literary men of her ago and offered a re Â¬ ward to him who composed tho best verses upon her husband- - The prize T2ro was adjudged to TbcopoTniRa statue of Mausolus is among tho antiqui- Â¬ ties brought from Halicarnassns in 1857 nnd placed in the British Museum John oGkoats Houbo was an ancient house situated on Duncans Bay Head the most northerly point in Great Brit Â¬ ain It derived its name from John of Groat and his brothers who camo from Holland in 1489 The house was of an octagon shape being one room with eight windows and eight doors to admit eight members of tho family tho heads of different branches of it to prevent their quarrels for precedence at table which on one occasion nearly proved fatal Each camo in by this contriv- Â¬ ance at his own door and sat at an octa-Â¬ gon table at which of course there was no chief place or head Â¬ One pound of corn is equal in real sustaining food to nbout 3J pounds of potatoes or 8J pounds of cabbage or 11J pounds of white turnips Geological operations havo shown tho probability that Russia contains beds of phosphate of lime of sufficient extent to supply Europe for an indefinite period A new process for using up old steel has lately been patented in England By it a new metal of extraordinary strength nnd ductility is alleged to bo introduced which is expected to prove of great value Steel remade on this plan has sold readily at 8225 a ton A Berlin manufacturer is making a horse shoo of iron and hemp that is re- Â¬ ceiving considerable favor among tho Germans The shoo is of malleable iron carrying a deep wido groove into which tarred hemp ropo Lt firmly wedged Tho ropo is so thick that it protrudes boyond tho rim of iron The shoo is very light and is said to bo serviceable A concentrated tincture of insect powder is highly recommended as an insecticide by Finzclberg who prepares it by digesting ono part of Persian insect powder in ten parts absolute alcohol and claims that in order to prove effica- Â¬ cious it shoidd bo scattered by means of an ordinary perfumery atomizer When thus used in closed rooms all flies drop dead while scattering it over linen eta acts as a protection against It is pretty and told him their purpose Ho lost no time in removing his hat and remarked Hats off in the presence of tho Court All being nncovered he said Hold np your right hands You John Marvin do solemnly swear that to the best of your knowledge an belief you take this yer woman ter havo an tor hold for yer self yer heirs cxekyerters administra- Â¬ tors qnd assigns for yer an their use an behoof forever I do answered tho groom yer Yon Alice Ewer take this man for yer husband ter havo an ter hold for ever and you do further swear that yon aro lawfnly seized in feo simple are free from all incumbrance and hev good right to sell bargain and convey to tho said grantee yerself yer heirs ad Â¬ ministrators and assigns I do said tho bride rather doubt- Â¬ Well John thatll bo abont a dollar n fifty cents Aro wo married asked the bride Yes when the fee comes in After somo fumbling it was produced and handed to the Court who pock- Â¬ eted it and continued Know all men by these presents that L being in good health and of sound and disposin mind in consideration of a dollar n fifty cents to mo in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged do and by these presents havo declared you man and wife during good behavior and until oth- Â¬ erwise ordered by the Court 5son SSMlsaasHBISjFJs8ftsrPaamT Â¬ Â¬ What Shall We Drink Tho editor of the Science discusses at length tho value of the different articles of food which generally enter into daily consumption Chocolate he saj s from its large proportion of albumen is tho most nutritive beverago but at the samo time from its quantity of fat tho most difficult to digest Its aromatic substances- however strengthen tho digestion A cup of chocolate is an excellent restorativo and invigorating even for weak persons provided their digestivo Cardinal organs are not too delicate Richelieu attributed to chocolate his health and hilarity during his later years Tea and coffee do not afford this Albumen in tea leaves and advantage legnmin in coffee berries are represented in veiy scanty proportions The praise of tea and coffee as nutritive substances is therefore Tea hardly warranted and coffee though of themselves not difficult of digestion tend to disturb the consequences A fondness even is often digestion of albuminous substances by acquired so that at last it comes to precipitating them from their dissolved bo regarded and eaten ss a dainty state Milk therefore if mixed with tea Scientific American or coffee is more difficult of digestion than if taken alone nnd coffee alone without cream promotes digestion after A Horse on a Railroad Trestle dinner by increasing of tho dissolving The freaks of drunken man take turns juices Tho volatile oil of coffee and tho that surpriso everybody themselves in- Â¬ empyrenmatic and aromatic matters of cluded Thenewspaperschroniclemany chocoalato accelerate tho circulation of the insane freaks but none more senwhich on the other hand is cflmectby sational than the performance of James tea Tea and coffee both excitejtho ac- Â¬ Streden an employe of tho Bay View tivity of tho brain and nerveM 5eUj It rolling mills James had been np at is said increases the power of digesting West Bend attending a gathering of tho impressions wo have received creates friends and in driving liis one horse a thorough meditation and inspito of uSgy through this city toward Bay tho movements of thoughts permits tho View switched off from Kinnickinnipk attention to be fixed on a certain subject avenue in tho Twelfth ward and took On tho other hand if tea is taken in ex Â¬ the St Paid railroad track to cross tho cess it causes an increased irritability of Kinnickinnick river on the railroad tho nerves characterized by sleepless bridge The bridge has for a bottom ness with a general feeling of restlessonly ties placed abont twenty two inches ness and trembling of the limbs Coffee apart and tho task of walking across on also if taken in excess produces sleepa dark night like it was is quite a tick- Â¬ lessness and many baneful effects very lish one even for a sober man For a similar to thoso arising from horse and especially for a horse con- Â¬ Coffee however produces greater trolled by a drunken driver tho tak is excitement nnd a sensation of restless- Â¬ well nigh impossible Streden howev- Â¬ ness and heat ensues For throwing off er was not sober enough to take in a this condition fresh air is the best antigreater fact than that a bridge lay be- Â¬ dote fore him and must be crossed There- Â¬ fore when his horse hesitated for a mo- Â¬ The Number of Rich People In Paris ment he applied the whip and the no- Â¬ M Paul Leroy Beaulieu attempts to ble animal commenced his perilous trip of across on tho bridge ties Cautiously calculate approximately the number He actually in Paris very slowly tho horse felt its way rich persons principal living of calculation and basis step by step till he had nearly comple- Â¬ takes as hisof the houses in the French tho value ted one half tho distance across when capital and up the drunken man became impatient and his theory upon theso figures builds the on the assumption that struck the animal with his whip A less wealthy inhabitants spend about one false step a stagger and a final plunge of their in house rent told tho story of the horses drop of fifÂ¬ sixth the richer incomeholders spend on while honso teen feet into tho water below The an average from one eighth to one tenth wrench and snapping of the harness and those who thills threw Streden out and he happi-Â¬ It will be easy for the theory agree with when they him to follow out ly followed the horse into the chill wa- Â¬ have the following list of rents as ex Â¬ ters of the muddy river Officer Weis tracted from an official source It ap Â¬ ner and Mr Davidson heard the double arelOOOO private splash and ran to the river in time to pears that theretho rents of which houses apartments raugo see the horse swim out and clamber up or from 160 to 320 a year 3000 between an incline to tho dock while Streden 320 and 540 and 1 400 between the now nearly sober was making efforts to sum and keep liis head above water To draw latter421 houses 1080 Finally thero or are the man to the shore was but the work rent of which exceeds rather palacesis tho 1080 It not of a moment when it was found that he necessary to follow out tho sums by which liad suffered some scratches and braises of these classes of tho but with the inexplicable luck of a rich incomes traced out various may suffice men is but drunken man ho had no bones broken to say that M Beaulieu it reckons that and had suffered no internal injury thero are about 8000 persons in Paris Tho buggy which remained lodged be- Â¬ tween ties on the bridge was the most who spend incomes of 2 000 and in will be seen by the aid of used up member of the trio and was re- ward and this the figures already given to bo fully borno moved before the next train was due out by tho facts The conclusion is also Milwaukee Wisconsin supported by tho returns of horses and carriages kept in the capital whiebshow that thero aro from 7500 to 8000 per- Â¬ What Yolces Indicate Thero aro light quick surface voices sons who keep private horses Econothat involuntarilyscfim- to utter tho slang mist Francais I wont do to tie to Tho mans The Old Songs words may assure you of his strength of purpose and reliability yet his tone con tho old songs thero was invariably a In tradicts his speech display of workmanship of a respectable thero aro low deep strong kind and occasionally tho skilljpf tho Then voices where tho words seem ground out writer roso above tho respectable level as if tho man owed humanity a grudge while in a literary sense tho new songs and meant to pay it somo day That are for tho most part contemptible If mans opponents may well tremble and tho texture of those now silent ditties his friends may trust his strength of was occasionally coarse it was entirely purpose and ability to act free from all unwholesome savor Tho Thero is tho coarse boisterous dictafun in them was tho rough fan of back torial tone invariably adopted by vul- slapping rib punching farces of tho gar persons who havo not sufficient cul- Â¬ cried Robust and not seldom clumsy E umor tivation to understand their own insigbnt unquestionably humble nificance Tho Burial Club John Jones Tho Thero is the incredulous tone that is Cork Leg Never buy Tripe on a Frifull of a covert sneer or a secret day and many other unctuous intonation ditties whoso titles do not readily Then there is tho whining beseeching recur thoy aro in tho memory locked voice that says sychophant as plainly but tho key is for tho moment mislaid as if it uttered tho wont It cajoles and served as a lyrical safety valvo for tho flatters you its words say I love yon boisterous animal spirits of tho time tho I admire you you aro everything that like of which wo aro unhappily not pro Â¬ you should be vided with in tho year 1880 Huxleys Then there is tho tender mnsical com- Â¬ Magazine passionate voice that sometimes goes with sharp features as thoy indicate Fine Linen merely intensity of feeling nnd some- Â¬ According to tho Jittilding Ncwn a times blunt features but always with a pieco of linen has been found at Mem Â¬ genuine benevolence phis containing 510 picks to H you aro full of affection and pre- and it is recorded tlint ono oftho inch tho Pha tense your voice proclaims it raohs sent to tho Lydiau King Crcesus a If you nre ftill of honesty strength corselet made of linen and wrought with and purpose your voico proclaims it gold each fine thread of which was comIf you aro cold and calm and firm and posed of 360 smaller threads twisted tofickle and foolish mid de- gether consistent or Tho ancient Egyptians wovo a ceptions your voice will bo equally truth fabric called tho linen of justiceor telling justification So beautiful valuaYou can not chango your voico from a ble was it that it was esteemed and most the natural to an unnatural tone without its acceptable offering to tho Restorer of being known that 3 011 are doing so A fow hand looms can still bo Life seen at work in tho Eastern bazaars of Arizona prospectors give felicitous Cairo the cloth woven in which rivals in names to new mining localities Tho texture color and design the finest glass screens in Munich latest is Bloodsucker district Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - and that in the proportions nsed they are very innocuous This adulteration takes place where tho plants are raised but more extensive adulteration is sub- Â¬ sequently indulged in by the Europeans who with their superior knowledge havo surpassed the Asiatics in their fraud by the use of still more dangerous drags such as chromato of lead and ar senicate of copper besides making uso of comparatively innocuous substances such as sulphate of iron stearite car- Â¬ bonates of lime nnd magnesia Tho Chinese have become most expert in manipulating green teas which they color with a few simplo substances some of them poisonous for example plumbago Prussian bine curcuma and kao- Â¬ lin With or withont tho true leaf of the shrub they can produce a tea of any desired tint In order to give tho in- Â¬ ferior or false leaf the aroma of tho tea fleas etc tho Celestials mix a quantity of it with A manufacturer whoso business re- Â¬ certain flowers especially a species of quires tho use of large amounts of emery olive In short according to M Hushas been trying an experiment with the sen no injurious proceeding is omitted ashes of anthracite coal and ho affirms in the Celestial empire to palm on the that he has got good results from the outer barbarian inforior or false teas ashes as a substitute for tho finer grades In the leading tea grow ing districts the of emery Ho took ashes and saturated Government has a corps of inspectors them with water the liquid being poured who are required to see that the goods off after standing an hour or two then are dispatched in a pure state The being poured off again and so on until precaution however avails little for at he obtained several grades down to a the shipping ports thero is no attempt to substitute for emery flour When dried prevent tho merchants or brokers from tho deposit cuts readily and leaves a commencing their fraudulent practices satisfactory surface which thoy carry on to their hearts content In spite of their knowledge of The Desert of Sahara the extent to which this adulteration is A correspondent of the Chicago Times carried on wo presume our peopte will writing from tho oasis of Tafilet in tho continue to drink of tho enp which is Sahara says that so far from being a said to cheer without stealing away a desolate plain of moving sand as popular- persons brains ly believed tho Sahara is a cultivated Easily Climbed country fruitful as the Garden of Eden Like our great American desert it has top of Ben Nevis tho highest The been greatly belied El Sahr as tho mountain in Scotland can bo reached Arabs pronounce it is indeed a vast withont tho least fatigue or expense and archipelago of oases offering an animated that is something that cannot be said of group of towns and villages A largo every mountain Sir Robert Christison belt of fruit trees surrounds each of theso an Edinburgh physician broke off tho villages and tho palm tho figs the top of tho mountain and had tho rock This is tho date apricots pomegranates and vinos put in a glass case labeled abound in the utmost profusion Ascend- Â¬ Top of Ben Nevis This recalls in a ing tho Atlas Mountains by a gradual mild degree the ancient yarn of the slope to tho region of high table lands sailor who was hauling in from tlie wo come to the land of the Mozabites or water an apparently interminable rope Ben Mozab and then comes a gradual Havent you got tho end yet roared descent for three hundred miles to tho tho mate Im afraid said the sailor vast stretch of treeless country known at somebodys cut tlie end off tho great desert Mucn valuable time is saved by promptly The rivers have an inclination of about ono foot in four hundred Many of tho treating Cold at ita first appearance Nothing takes the place of Dr BulTa Congh Syrup for streams aro dry except after rains when Coughs Colds Irritation of Throat etc Price they delugo the eountry Gun shots aro 25 cents fired as soon as tho torrents appear all Horned frogs are reported to havo objects aro removed and soon with a terrible noise the flood rolls on Tho saved the cotton crop of Clay county Saharian city stands as if by magic on La by destroying tlie web worm tho banks of tho waters which rise to tho Paiss In the Back What they mean How tufts of tho palm trees but a few days cured A poiguant pressing pain in the small only elapse ero all disappears leaving of the back is a dangerous symptom It tho district rich and fruitful Tho in Â¬ means approaching kidney troublo possibly habitants are not a migratory peoplo Blights disease It should not be neglected and unlike tho tent dwellers fjf tho not a day not an hour Fortunately those northern slope live in substantial houses symptoms are easily cured Hunts llemedy with thatched roofs and ceiling of cano the great kidney and liver medicine is an abso Â¬ unfailing pccific for them and laid upon joists of nlvo wood These lute and of the kidneys bladder liver for any diseases or uriÂ¬ houses generally consist of but one room nary organs A single bottlo of Hunts Kemedy and havo no furniture except mats on has many times saved a life Sold by all drug Â¬ tho floor and upon tho walls for three or gists Trial size 75 cents four feet high Beds are sometimes Impure Blood In morbid conditions of tho found but no ono thinks of sleeping on blood aro many diseases snch as salt rheum them Tho walls ajja whitewashed and ringworms boils carbuncles sores ulcers and inscribed with verses from the Koran pimples In this condition of the blood try tho Tho inhabitants aromado up of gennino Veoetihk and cure these affections As a blooiT purifier won- Â¬ Arabs and Berbers or Kabyles as the derful it has no equal Its effects are French call them Jews aro found in be prevented also Malarial fevers every oasis and all very prosperous nnd miasmatic diseases can occasionally usingother by Dr influential doing mnch of the trading fkinfonTs Itcer Invigorator1 the oldest general Family Medicine which is recommended as a and making up of the great caravans Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GERinlEOY fou fully RHEUMATISM Neuralgia Sciatica Lumbago Backache Soreness of the Chest Gout Quinsy Sore Throat Swellings and Sprains Burns and Scalds General Bodily Tooth Which is Right I When a lethargic A doctor says feeling pervades your system when yon have a disinclination to movo about when yon have an nbhorrence of exercise your liver is torpid you nre unwell But an old father whoso son was affected in this wav and showed all the symptoms describcdby tho doctor gave a different Not much its lazi- Â¬ Sick opinion ness that ails him NATURES No Preparation on earth equals St Jicoej On as a fe ture simple and cheap External Remedy A trial entails bnt the eomparatiTelr trifling outlay of 50 Cents and erery one suffering with pain can hare cheap and poeitlre proof of its claims Directions In Heren Languages BOLD BT ALL DSUGGIST3 AST DEALEB3 Pains Ear and Headache Frosted Feet and Ears and all other Pains and Aches A VOGEIaER Baltimore IS MEDI015E Xd CO 17 8 J tsuantaaBaSMaiBaiar Scrofula The ilfllpi Cmr Bioop REMEDtV Punrji The Onlv Remedv m I THAT ACTS AT 1IIIJ SAME flHB wl Scrofulous Hum or Cancer Cancerous Humor rjsipelajt Canker halt llheum rim pie or Hu Â¬ mor in the Face Coagbs and Colds Ulceri Bronchitis Xeuralgta Djspepsia Rheumatism Faius in be ride Constipation CotivenflS Piles Dizzinosf Head Â¬ ache Nervousness Pains in the Back and the KIDNEYS aw wv uvivialH IUX7- uaerjuipoicerio m THE LIVER THE BOWELS iwnv ari wr inaiurauff cureauaisease irsr Because tee allow these meat oraanA to become clogged or torpid and Ipoisonous humors are therefore forcedi tauo ineoiooauiai snouia 06 expelled Funtness xi the Stomach Kidner Complaints Weakness and GeneralDebilit y Femala This preparation is rcientifically vxd chemical It com Â¬ bined ana so strongly concentrated from roots nerbs and barks that its good effects are realized immediately after commencing to take it There is no disease of tha human system for which the cannot b ued with rzKrKCTsarETTa it doa not contain any xnetalha compound For eradicating the system of all impurities of the blood it has no equal It haa nerer failed to effect a cure gtvmx tone and strength to the system debilitated by disae Its wonderful effects upon the complaints named are surprising to all Many bare been cured by the VKaKTiaK that haTe tried many other remedies It can well be called Vicnur IBILIOUSXESS PILLS COXSTIPATIOXI H1j111 t uju-jiiai-- s l 111 FEUALE WEAK- DISEASES XESSES AND NEUYOCS SISOHDEUS tut Iby causing free action of these orgam I and restoring vmr power to tnrow t I disease IVTliy THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER IThT SniTer BIHonf rains and nclies I HUT endure nerrous or sick neaascnesi Why hare sleepless nizhts I tormented nitli Iilrs Constipation frightened oierdlsorilered Kidnejs 11 IS Dr Callier Surprised Vegetine Cured His Daughter CatxiruTiLLz Chilton Co Ala 1 Use Titalih Ills a dry vegetable compound and One pacaawlll xnaLeal C etsor3IedelnF iet U of your Jrugijisl Ae ten order ua jur yvt 4T1HC QLMV MONEY WORT and rrjclc in 4 0ln1rttIJCrTJUDE with wrifr--Tvr2- w UTLli SITTA73S0H - CO EurllDjton Vs Pnrdstrt May 13 1S73 Due Six My daughter baa been afflicted with nasal catarrh affection of bladder andkidneya and ia of acrofn loon dlalheai and after harinK exhausted my akill and the most eminent physician ofiVlma I at lant reaorted to tha ne of yonr Vioriik without confidence and to my great earprixe my daughter haa been restored to health 1 write thi a simple act of justice and not as an adrertismg medium Respectfully T E CALUEB SI D I TO SOCCESS ro HTJSTIN Vegetine is Sold by all AGENTS ARE AND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three ribs broken in a fight with sharks and coming down the Somane a river in France I received a chargoof shot from au excited and startled huntsman Al- Â¬ though all this is not very pleasant and might bo termed dangerous I fear nothing more on my trip than intense cold for as long as my limbs are freo and easy and not cramped or benumbed I am all right Of late I carry stock of tho St Jacobs Oil in my little boat Captain calls it Baby Mine and has stored therein signal rockets thermometer compass provisions eta and I have had but little trouble Before start- Â¬ ing out I rub myself thoroughly with tho article and its action on the mus- Â¬ From constant exposcles is wonderful ure I am somewhat subject to rheumatic pains and nothing would evor benefit mo until I got hold of this Great German When on my travels I havo Remedy met peoplo who have been suffering with Rheumatism for years by my advice thoy tried tho Oil and it cured them I would sooner do without food for days than be without this remedy for ono hour In fact I would not attempt a trip with- Â¬ out it Tho Captain became very enthusiastic on tho subject of St Jacobs Oil and wo left him citing instances of tho enrativo qualities of tho Great German Remedy to Chicago Inter a party around him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IVrlU of Hie Deep Tho world renowned swimmer Capt Paul Boyton in an interview with a newspaper correspondent at tho seashore related the following incidents in his ex- Â¬ perience Reporter Captain Boyton you must have seen a largo part of tho world Yes sir by the aid Capt Boyton of my Rubber Life Saving Dress I have traveled over 10000 miles on the rivers of America and Europe have also been presented to tho crowned heads of Eng Â¬ land France Germany Austria Bel- Â¬ gium Italy Holland Spain and Portu- Â¬ gal and havo in my possession forty two medals and decorations I have three times received the order of knighthood and been elected honorary member of committees olubs orders and societies Were your various trips Reporter accompanied by much danger Capt Boyton That depends upon what you may call dangerous During my trip down the River Tngus in Spain I had to shoot ono hundred and two waterfalls tho 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