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Vk HBaup gssiiS g W -- s2i Airr 3prT - j ggaiaw - w 3Kw SbBsOsBh jjst SaS JiX f Tx jLL-t--s vff m mmmmmmmmmmwmm PUBLISHED XVEXT FftlDAT BY I STREET 1 I mi S BREVITIES GEOHGE WAEEEN niCKJIAX OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING KX CLINTON THE HICKMi TJio OOURIElf 19 GEOEE WAERKN Kaitor OPrio Oldest NoTi spaporin Western Kcntuclry 1880 on Americans or Subscription S2 ESTABLISHED 1859 nearest point to the sun This is an as- Â¬ tronomical event of considerable import- Â¬ ance as it occurs only once in about twelve years As tho planet is some millions of miles nearer the earth than usual an excellent opportunity is given for the study of its features Even the smallest telescopes will now showsomo of the wonders of this great planet and its system of satellites and with large telescopes astronomers Hope within a month or two to add much to our knowledge of the chief member of the suns family Jupiter will remain the leading brilliant in the sky throughout October shining so brightly that even Sirius must temporarily yield the palm There is another reason for the inter- Â¬ est that Jupiters arrival at perihelion excites More than a year ago some professed scientific person on the Pacific slope wrote a pamphlet on the terrors of tho perihelia of the four great planets Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune which it was represented would occur nearly simultaneously and with those planets in conjunction fearful re-Â¬ sults to the earth were predicted The false alarm was spread by other pretended savants and no doubt awoke the fears not merely of the ignorant but of persons who knew enough of as-Â¬ tronomy to bo aware of the gigantic at-Â¬ tractions that tho planets exert upon one another Stories of plagues pestilence famine and death were based upon tho supposed influence of tho perihelia Mr Proctor and other astronomers sought to counteract the effect of this by showing in the first place that it was not true that the planets named would all be in perihelion together In fact Saturn does not reach its perihelion until 1885 Uranus will be in perihelion next springj but Neptune will not reach its nearest point to tho sun until six or seven years hence It was also denied by scientific men of high authority that there was any reason to fear evil results to tho earth even though tho predicted peri Â¬ helia should occur very near together Still alarm was felt and no doubt many persons will bo pleased to know that Jupiter tho most powerful of all tho planets has reached tho dreaded peri- Â¬ helion point and is already turning to retrace hi 8top3 without having in any way injured his sister planet the earth That tho sun has felt tho approach of tho great planet as as shown in tho prevalence of vast sun spots and out bursts of gaseous matter is not improb- Â¬ able and through tho reflex action of the sun upon tho earth our planet may even now feel the same influence in vio Â¬ lent atmospheric phenomena It is dif- Â¬ ficult to realize the enormous power of the bright speck Jupiter shining so quietly in the sky A recent writer has shown that the power which the sun has to put forth to hold Jupiter in his orbit is equal to the combined strength of 170000000 bars of solid steel each a mile in diameter Jupiters pull upon me earth accordincr to the same author- Â¬ HICKMAN PULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FKIDAY NOVEMBER GOSSIP FOB THE LADIES Man must be pleased but him to please I womans pleasure down the gulf Of his condoled necessities She casts her best she flings herself How often flings for naught I and yokes Her heart to an icicle or whim Whose each impatient word provoke Another not from her but him While she too gentle even to force Ills penitence by kind replies Walts by expecting his remorse rrUa Prdon In ber pitying eyes If best last by shame oppressed A comfortable word confers Bhe leans and weeps against his breast And seems to think thejln was hers And while hla love has any life Or any eye to see hcrcharms At sny time shes stiU his wife Dearly devoted to his srms Bhe loves with love that cannot Hre And If ah woo I she love slone Through passionate duty love flames higher As grass grows taller round a stone VOLyi W NO 8 down PITH AND PODST Well drillea Tho oil region A itery steed Pony brandy The Turkish position Cross legged The Postmaster sometimes Btamps his feet Apple Jack is first cousin to James Jams Many are called but few are chosen to occupy political office This is a rrfect windfall to me as the apple said when tho gale shook it Jupiter la Perihelion Jupiter has reached its perihelion or The Wlfea Tragedy procession Bait The suspense is over l as the Sherifl said when he cut down the criminals body Mr burden is light remarked the little man carrying a big torch in the of their mothers A paper speaks of a meteor about as largo as a basket The tail must have been as long as a piece of string Lrvxx of Brdbeijmen remind us And with lake Tribune boast of the number of TJtah we Ieam from tlie Very much tho same custom was ob- Â¬ Roping In a Bride served by our forefathers Seventy In oldentimes observes a late writer years ago no girl was considered ready the Princes of Bajpootam in India I for marriage who had not an outfit were formed into a confederacy which chests of table and bed linen and under Â¬ was held together not only by a federal clothing sowed and often spun and service but by intermarriage with a woven by her own hand daughter of their suzerain who was How is it with us now Our girls as known as the liana Sometimes n Prin-Â¬ rnlo grow up liko flowers No hint is cess becamolho prize of tho most skill given to them that monoy or anything fid archer or swiftest charioteer in a more gross than love is necessary for competitive gathering of JRajpoot Prin- Â¬ married life Their doting parents ac ces In later times a Princess was per Â¬ custom them to luxurious or ldlo habits mitted to choose a bridogroom for her- Â¬ to elegant dress to dainty fare furnish self by publicly throwing a garland them with an expensive trousseau and round tho neck of tho Prince who found as they livo to the full extent of their most favor in her eyes To this day the incomes have not a penny of dower to old ceremony still fingers in Bajpootam give them to insure them or their chil-Â¬ but only as a matter of form When a dren against misfortune marriage has been arranged a golden There is certainly much to bo said on cocoanut is sent to tho bridegroom in thej French side of this question the name of the bride and nuptial union Yuth8 Companion is supposed to turn upon the acceptance all these of the simple emblem Oh yes We learn all about com- Â¬ Comical Story of a Mormon Wife mon philosophy and logic and those There is a comic as well as a pathetic Overworked Women common things like metaphysics but side to Mormon polygamy Among the And whoso fault is it ladies if you the girls dont care anything about those Mormon women at one who are domestic slaves Yours in a great We aro just in ecstasies over differentia- Â¬ accepted in full Utah waspolygamic faith the measure There are very few men who tion and molecules and Mr Cook and revelation She had found in polygamy are naturally unkind to women but protoplasms and ascidians and Mr Em- Â¬ an ample compensation in the supposed when girls marry they become ambi erson and I really dont see why they right of the first wife to choose her tious to do all they can and take on ev-Â¬ pus in inose vulgar Branches it any ery added burden till nature staggers ooay nesiao Air uook and Mr H the first wife selects I mrlflargument beneath the load had done it taHfll of 23000- - when they could notHad they stopped sonhis face that we should have fr i1 Vrotller V iihas the effect of 8llOW- H0 safelv mj furtner to ho was terribly LJsislsmein thWtho husband thinks much snd dijmsuded help actk is willing tcTabiue yr Sme anyot its properties S5SnSfllT And tho Brooklyn girl went to bed but that they would have received it lUBmP7 VA UA UJdb ww XCllUUCU VO AVJ iy it and that they will have to do tho Well it occasionally rots bootsr maxo tiupiters approach dangerous to Why shorten lifo by such a foolish that night in tho lumps because fortune same This is oi course as it should be Jeunl omncs course And after all few men like a had not vouchsafed to her tho advan Â¬ But if sho lets the earth not Fittino emblems are not always ap- Â¬ the power evidently he is needlacking in tired overworked woman Of course tages enjoyed by her friend while tho own wife he is her husband choose his But no one almost certain to take a fear that when ho wishes to preciated The neighbors of a poor fel- Â¬ the sisterhood of worlds which acknowl- Â¬ be waited on she is Boston girl dreamed of seeing an ascidi- Â¬ fancy to some ono whom tho first wife low who died erected a tombstone to his edge tho dominion of but when ho an chasing a molecule over a dfferen does not like at all and consequently tho sun will a convenient waitress memory and had placed above it the prove mutually destructive New York wants society ho seeks it in somo club tiated back fence with a club for telling her authority is undermined Tho first conventional white dove The widow Hun or other questionable manner whereas a protoplasm that his youngest sister wife ought to keep all tho power in her looked at it through her tears and said if the wifo had saved her health and had so many freckles on her noso that owu hands Tho sequel of strength sho might have been his equal they mado her cock eyed Brooklyn story is extremely ludicrous this ladys It was very thoughtful to put it there Cellars After sho - John was very fond of gunning and it had chosen two other wives for her Experiments prove that tho air in a physically as well as his superior moral- Â¬ Eagle was an especially suitable emblem cellar rises and circulates through tho ly Do your duty until it ceases to bo husband ho was so perverse as to chooso The Ticker in Wall Street During the last session of tho court house and that too not only by means a virtuo then rise and assert your a fourth for himbelf the fourth being not rights and see if your husband will not to a broker whom I had at all to her liking as sho ho herself adÂ¬ Then I went at Wis Lawyer Blank had been of tho frequently opened doors but respect thcmT met at the Union Club and told him mitted This is her own account of tho trying for two long hours to impress even when every door is kept shut and what I wanted to learn Ho kindly took matter upon the minds of the jury the facts of the keyholes are stopped It is simply I tell you said I Im How to ITIanajrc Him hold of the tapo which continually quite disgusted with you a man with the case Hearing the dinner bell he impossible to keep a dwelling free from Husbands ray dear ladies can bo streams out from the ticker as the three wives and me one of them to turned to the Judge and said Had we contaminated cellar air coaxed to do almost anything but it little wheel of fortune is called which go talking twaddle to a chattering hussy better adjourn for dinner or shall 1 Yet how many sources of contaminakeep right on Weary and disgusted tion are found in cellars wood will not do to drive them 11 the wife constantly records the rise and decline like that with her cats eyes and red Rotting bis Honor replied Oh you keep right Golden hair my dear he said the entire floor often being pervaded if fond of her own way the husband is of stocks and tried to explain all about hair on keep right on and toe will go to din Â¬ by decay vegetables stored there for tolerably eertain to be similarly inclined it found Charlottes hair is golden I say red and mutual misery is the result There impossible to get interested Its straight staring red as red as red it ner Harpers Monthly I the winter and their refuse left the year should bo but one will with a married There were about 200 different names can be I told liim and then we had a when the day of round musty barrels of vinegar or ciBomnoa notsits ten ball dog by are short couple who aro truly mated and that of stocks on tho list And peaceful the the gate These were regular fight over it I dont mean that der leaky gas fixtures Her papa give a sudden gloomy snort furnaces from which escape various shoidd be tho will of both To those represented by one two or three let- wo came to blows but we had some hot KrmirHnR that the hour U rather late X hear the old man coming up the hall ters or figures or somo sort of abrevi words and ho went out and left us two noxious gases water closets foul at tho who know tho sweet authority of love The drowsy mcrmnr of hla awfol boot this will not seem like a paradox We ated word that I could not understand alone Then that young hussy was im- Â¬ best and often fouler through defects my yelknrolsttr lite a pan Grabbing defective sink and sewer drains not in- Â¬ have known couples not so many as wo or distinguish and I was constantly get- pudent and I dont know how it was but I get a running start and off I scoot Sometime somehow when we left off our conversa- Â¬ frequently saturating the soil beneath could wish both of whom could truth- Â¬ ting confused Bometimea not often doe the faithful dog fully say after a dozen or twenty years Around this ticker gathered and tion I found some of Charlottes red hair the floor with filth v- forget to keep the seat of my atriped pants - He seem to know Then I irtrald be incog walking of the long path together that grouped a knot of eager nervous and between my fingers and there Many cellars are dug directly into she And nerer give me more than half a chance made land and the gases of tho de- Â¬ they had had their own way because anxious men Ten fifteen or twenty at said innocently holding out quite a good Trom far off day an echo winder by necessary mutual yielding had been a time would clutch at the tape as it siied tuft of auburn hair That make a discord In the Christmas chimes cayed matter with which the soil is more the there put done so cheerfully and so wholly that streamed out with its endless lines of it to yon Sister Stenhouse ia thatIred the and I takethinkfirst street car I see hare try climb or less filled pour directly into them To that other f eHorr to just as tho waterof the soil finds its way but the one way remained Tho worst quotations and mutter to themselves or is it not Sometimes Â¬ of husbands he is not each swear like welL gracefully accepted He I assure into thelatter point is more important pated of courseprovided managed ifdissi jabber at tape other dash away pirates can be you drop the and Others Indians Shopping This you gentlemen said the convict upon his wife can keep him love with In her book on Manitoba MissFitz entering the prison that the place nas than most think for the air circulates When that can be done inall the restyou would dart in clutch tho tape swear or folchuckle as their fortunes went wheel gibbon says sought me and not I the place My freely through the soil even when froz- Â¬ lows How ft can be I watched some Indians we own affairs really demanded all my time en Persons have been repeatedly pois- know you ought to ifdone knowdo not about give orders to their broker to buy shopping and was astonished to see how you what or sell as they prophesied the future of invariably they waived aside inferior sad attention and may truly say that oned and killed by gas which had trav- Â¬ he loved you for in We the went my selection to fill this place was an en- Â¬ eled for a distance in one case twen- do not mean simplythe first place provi- Â¬ from market 3and so itwhen on all day goods and chose such materials as mer- Â¬ Oclock 10 till the battle tire surprise Had I consulted my own ty feet through the soil and had pene- Â¬ dent and kind butfaithful andloving was ended by the fall of the hammer in inos at 8150 to 2 17s 6d to 10s a yard genuinely One of the merchants told mo it was interest should have peremptorily de trated into the cellar and thence into Few mortals can withstand the power of the Stock Exchange useless to offer them anything but the oKned to serve but as I am in the hands the rooms above faithful loving devotion When I tell you that there are moro best An Indian who could not speak As the ground water rises or falls the of my friends I see no other course but than 5000 of these tickers or indi English or French and wanted five air follows it Barometric influences to submit catorSi you can form some idea of the things divided his money according to changes in the pressure of tho atmos- Â¬ The Sensitive Woman If we give his idea of their relative cost in little You all know her She seems to think magnitude of the business phere force it down further or lift it Pillows out of the earth Changes of tempera Â¬ herself entitled to universal pity and ten men to each ticker you have the piles on tho counter and going through When Jacob became a fugitive from ture similarly affect it and particularly consideration a pantomime descriptive of his wants to her spectacle of 50000 stalwart men standNo the anger of his brother Esau he took does tho warmth of a house establish an She is sensitive and rules apply easily wounded and ing there holding up a little dotted was handed first some silk handker- Â¬ stones and laid them for a pillow In upward current from tho cellar to the must not be dealt harshly with She is string waiting hollow eyed and anxious chiefs Taking one up he felt it held some nations a sort of cricket of wood To this it up to tlie light and throwing it aside rooms above and from the soil into the perpetually lugging sentiment into busi on the smiles of fickle fortune i regularly used for tho same purpose ness If her creditors are obdurate and 50000 you may add 2000 brokers You shook his head vigorously uttering an cellar Hence The proper object of the pillow is not Ugh of disgust When shown a L Keep everything out of the cellar want their money at a given time she must give each broker at least five clerks to raise the head above the level of the likely to vitiate its air asks them piteously how they would like office boys and messengers which swell better one he was doubtful but upon Â¬ body but to fill out the difference be to have their sisters treated as they treat the list to 10000 To this 62000 you a much superior article being produced 2 Oet the bestconstructed furnaces tween the level of the shoulders and that 8 Have the gas meter and fixtures her and clearly considers herself the can safely add 200000 speculators on the he took it and willingly handed over of the head when tlie body is on its side victim of mans cruelty frequently examined She is always outside So you have a total engaged in one pile for it This however was too And this is the natural position for it A Let the drains be of tho best mate Â¬ ready to choke up Her heart lies this gambling of more than 250000 much and when given tho change ho ia seldom safe to sleep on the bock Joaguin Miller in the Californian put it on one of the other piles and proÂ¬ rial and construction and bo ever in near her throat and one can hardly say a Hence the pillow should be conceeded in tho same way to make tho sight suspended from tho ceiling in Â¬ word which sho will not consider as a structed simply to furnish the needed stead of being buried under the floor A Gander Duel rest of his purchases slap at herself and which she will not How easily they support for tlie head with the body on Might makes right among dumb creat- Â¬ could be cheated I said to tho clerk 5 Have tho floor and sides made as resent No general remark can be made side It should not be too large the impervious as possible ures Here is an illustration A fight after the Indian had left which will not causo her to choko up No ho re Â¬ and yet be large enough It should 6 Let tho cellar bo constintly and and grow red in the face with suppressed between two geese took place in a vacant plied not so easily as would appear enable the head to retain its natural io thorougldy ventilated with sun purified rage at tho supposed insult A turkey lot on Summer Btreet says tho Nashvillo They generally come in from their sition neither bent down toward the air gobbler can scarcely equal her in the American A flock of gecso wero en Â¬ camps iu great numbers onco a year to pillow nor raised upward out of lino gaged in oxtracting from a largo mud sell furs and make purchases They go art of changing color and choking up 7 If vitiating sources must remain the recumbent body with not mere deÂ¬ Nothing pleases her and sho will be-Â¬ hole such delicacies as aro relished as to different shops and on their return uso tho best disinfectants more important than odorizers This position is food by that festivo bird when a strango compare notes as to tho cost and quality Youlhs Companion come angry at your slightest utterance some think For all tho blood of tho gooso mado his appearance and begun of their goods Ono of this kind on a steamboat said Then if ono has paid head must pass down through the largo quietly grubbing evidently dooming tho moro than another or has been cheated Sir wcro you making faces at mo Orthographical of the neck and if these veins nro veins mud hole common property in quality ho will never enter tho shop Madam Mr Thompson presents his compli Â¬ Tho gentleman began much bent they impede the return of For some timo tho appearanco of this again and tho firm that gives tho great- Â¬ Dont madam mo sho said fori ments to Mr Simpson and lwgs to re-Â¬ the blood It is of course special ly stranger was not noticed but at last one est bargains is most patronized on their am an honest woman objectionable to sleep on tlie back with quest that ho will keep his piggs from of the gecso looked up and beheld tho return trespassing ou his grounds the head on a thick pillow since there is intruder and walking to lus companions presents Ids compliMr Simpson Adore tlio seemed to communicate tho intelligence How a Ifobton Girl Narcotic Nutmegs no proper space for one and tho neck is ments to Mr Thompson and lwgs to Concord School Thcro is scarcely a single household more bent and the flow of blood checked to them A Boston girl who had been attending Further pillows of feathers should suggest that iu future ho will not npell A short consultation was hold and ono in tho country in which nutmegs aro not tho School of Philosophy at Concord ar- Â¬ of tho number approached the intruder used and tho fact of their being so uninever be used for the head sinks into pigs with two gees Mr Thompsons respects to Mr rived in Brooklyn on a visit to a semi- Â¬ and as subsequent actions them and becomes unduly heated The proved ex Â¬ versally employed may account for our hearing so httlo of their noxious proper-Â¬ old rule Keep the head cool and tho Simpson and will feel obhged if he will nary chum After canvassing thorough- Â¬ tended a chidlengo for a combat feet warm is always a good one but it add the letter E to the last word in tho ly the fun and gum drops that made up This challenge was accepted and tho ties It is howover tmo that though a is particularly necessary at night nat Â¬ note just received so as to represent Mr their education in tho scat of learning at two began to fight all tlie geese sur Â¬ httlo nutmeg is not a dangerous thing Simpson and lady which their early scholastic oflbrts wero rounding tho two and cackling flercoly excessho uso of that condiment is at- Â¬ ure herself pointing in this direction Mr Simpson returns Mr Thompmado tho Brooklyn girl began to in Â¬ For a period of about ten minutes tho tended by very 6erious consequences A since by a wonderful contrivance she quire into tho nature of tho Concord en- warfare was waged fiercely and at the case ia on record where a patient was inÂ¬ arrests tho activity of the brain and sons letter unopened tho impertinenco cautiously supplied by her nurse with a Tenders sleep possible by greatly dimin Â¬ it contains being only equaled by its tertainment CHd of that timo tho intruder began to And so yon aro taking lessons in press his antagonist so hard that he took tea mado from one nutmeg and a half ishing the flow of blood to the brain vulgarity philosophy How do you like it which effectually threw her into a pro- Â¬ Whatever heats the brain sends blood refuge in flight A minister had a key board placed Oh I its porfeotly lovely Its about found stupor Fortunately tho narcotic to it Tho intruder after following his anThere is nothing equal to the hair under his pulpit To it were attached scienco you know and we all just doto tagonist a short distance returned to effects passcil after a few hours Tho on science pillow the year round For common wires which ran all around the churcli tlie spectators and was received by them symptoms wcro similar to thoso produced It must be nice What is it about use in the country thesoft inner leaves When any of the congregation dozed he Ho raised his wings and by opium and tho remedy applied was in sdence woke them up with an electrio shock It the some It is known that stupor and Its about molecules as much as anyÂ¬ strutted around cackling all the tune of com husks make good pillows worked all right until one of the sleep- Â¬ thing else and molecules are just too delirium havo been produced by from Youths Companion ers reversed the order of things and one awfully nice for anything It theres The Standard Oil Company proposes two to threo drachms of nutmeg while A voiume of reminiscences of the late Sunday morning he worked the minister anything I really enjoy its molecules to change its large wooden barrel manu- in India death has resulted from its free Ole Bull is to be made of materials up so for that he knocked all the plaster Tell me about them my dear factory at Pittsburgh into a manufacto Â¬ use Mace tho external oovering of th which tho violiuibt left with his family off the ceiling nutmeg has 4ho same properties ry of paper barrels Wbat are molecules Â¬ Â¬ 1 Many a book agent and canvasser has discovered that the welcome on a door mat refers to the third house around the corner A man has invented a chair that can be adjusted to 800 different positions It is designed for a boy to sit in when ho goes to church Cicero said Nothing should bo done hastily The old chap was wrong If you see a man coming at yon with an ax get away as hastily as you can A shade of sadness crosses the face of the poet when he reflects that tho average age of tho hog is only 15 years So young he mutters to himself so fair The reason why the old Norwegian poets are not moro celebrated ii because their names cannot be handed down to posterity without breaking New Orleans Picayune A provident uncle reproached his ex Â¬ travagant nephew Yon have Bpent everything you had unhappy boy Except my debta uncle You cannot reproach me with having spent them answered the unabashed youth Teaks to me your Tnill goes awful slow said an impatient farmer boy to a miller could eat that meal fastern you grind it How long do you think you could do it my lad quoth the miller Till I starved to death an- Â¬ swered the boy Lawyer CL entering the office of his friend Dr M and speaking in a hoarse whisper Fred Tve got such a cold this morning that I cant speak the truth Dr M Well Tra glad that its nothing that will interfere with your business ChKMTSTBT recitation Professor What iB water 9 fifnuf Ttisan artichyisedbysomo as a drink They cn mite their lUrch half lime snsr wholly Mind os Potting aind in an the time Her memory and hearing are excellent but she has been blind four years Her bair once gray is now turning black again She is ery active in her habits She has not a tooth in fcer head yet says I dont mind it teeth are very useful but I can eat as well as any of them and like strong diet too dont want pies and cakes but corn beef and cabbage I dont believe in sweet meats Tho old lady is very fond of children and delights in telling them old time talcs Her immediate family connection is very large as she has no fewer than twonty five grandchildren and nearly sixty great grandchildren her oldest great grandchild being a widow aged 24 One of her grandchildren has eight children 1776 Â¬ who was born April 22 In Woodberry Md A Wonderful Old JOady lives a woman I some moro science Oh I almost forgot about differen- Â¬ tiation I am really and truly positively in love with differentiation Its different from molecules and protoplasm but ia every bit as nice And Mr Cook You should hear him go on about it I really believe hos perfectly bound up in This scarf it girls wear is tho Cook scarf All tho them and wo named them after him just on account of tho interest ho takesin differentiation What is it anyway This is mull trimmed with Langue- doc loce dont mean that that other Oh I differentiation aint it Bweot Its got something to do with species Its tho way you tell ono hat from anÂ¬ other so youll know which is becom ing And wo learn all about ascidians too They aro tho divincst things Im absolutely enraptured with ascidians H I only had an ascidian of my own I wouldn t ask anything else in the world What do they look like dear Did you ever seo ono asked the Brooklyn girl deeply interested Oh no nobody ever saw one ex- Â¬ cept Mr Cook and Mr Emerson but they aro something like an oyster with a reticule hung on its belt I think thoy aro just heavenly Do you learn anything elso beside They are Kttlo wee things and it takes ever so many ol them They are splendid things Do you know there aint anything but whats got molecules in it And Mr Cook is just ag sweet as he can be and Mr Emerson too They explain every- Â¬ thing so beautifully How Td like to go there I said the Brooklyn girl enviously Youd enjoy it ever so much They teach protoplasm too and if theres ono thing perfectly heavenly its protoplasm or molecules Tell me about protoplasm I know should adore it Deed you would Its just too sweet to live Yo know its nhnnt things get started or something of that kind You ought to hear Mr Emerson toll about it It would stir your very souL Tho first time ho explained about Erotoplasm there wasnt a dry eye in tho named our hats after him This is an Emerson hat You see tho ribbon in drawn over tho crown and caught with a bucklo and a bunch of flowers Then you turn up the side with a spray of Aint it just too sweet All the girls in the school have them How exquisitely lovely Tell me I I Oh molecules I w Bower and No Bower After the Franco Prussian war a law was passed in France forbidding any officer in the army to marry a woman unless sho had a dot or dower which was to be settled upon her and her children and which would yield an incomo of at least 250 per annum The hw also rules that she must bo commc it faut that is of respectable birth and virtuous conduct This law was sug- Â¬ gested by the large number of officers wives widowed in tlie war and left without either money or education to provide for their children Aniericims condemn justly the mer- Â¬ cenary marriages common in FraStce and a universal rule that a girl is un- marriageable without a dot Tho poorÂ¬ est peagantB daughter knowB that she rdttst havehcr little sum laid hv hpFm n Sl32In vrofJxmWhvr plenishing of bl-Â¬ FAST FLYEBS Some English Reflection Trotting London TttlegTAph Ithe City The differeaco between city and their country cousins is more marked than most people believe The first im- Â¬ pression whfeh a man has on finding himself tar Iba first time in a great city is of vagaexeitement accompanied by a sense of qtopger The multiplicity of objects appeaf fantastic to an eye accus- Â¬ tomed toruMl scenery the unintermit tent noiswti Ae entangled yet purposeful movemen4sHd above all the shifting panorama CBfamiliar human faces combine tjmgQtho visitor into a state to him And of mindlPtaBffetrange amid so jjjiyjc famtdtnona lifo he sees death MBlMre oa the lookout for a victim ImHhfr viator to tMe strange regions tbe faces oflflioehoi meek imtsM mtsoma reflection of his Je looss mTWttSjaTue leLcitman as ho treads his way along tho street is curiously im as a nrsi giance it appears also passive to bo unobservant but this it is not For although he seems to look at noth Â¬ ing it becomes evident that ho sees everything He mechanically informs himself out of the corner of his eye of everything that might tend to obstruct or threaten him and though he passes through a thousand poopl with out en- Â¬ countering the gazo or treading on the toes of any one of them ho will recognize an acquaintance or calculate to an inch tho rate of speed at which he must make tho crossing in order to escape the om- Â¬ nibus from one direction and tho truck from the other Doubtless custom and memory will account for a largo part of it yet tho impassive face would probably appear far less impassive than it docs had not the contraction of tho facial muscles brought about by tho constant assaults of innumerable impressions and the impossibility of responding to them all become in a manner fixed The houses and the pavements the vehicles and the hubbub produce an effect upon these muscles just tho reverso of that ex-Â¬ ercised by the hills and dales of the coun Â¬ try thoy press them in instead of draw Â¬ ing them out in other words the mind resists them instead of sympathizing with them f Yost as is the amount of money repre- Â¬ sented by tho thoroughbred stock pur- Â¬ chased from us by our transatlantic kins- Â¬ men it is not a little remarkable that no galloping thoroughbred however great his excellence has ever been appraised at so high a figure as a peerless trotter Ask any Englishman of sporting tastes which is the most valuable horse in the world and without hesitation tho answer would bo Isonomy Shortly after the Sterling and Isola Bella in the Manches ter cup o this year Mr Uretton the dwndr of Isonomy is reported to have fixed 25000 as tho price at which he would sell him 2it the largest suixri ever aciuoiiy uiu ior an unguaii noise was 15000 which Mr Houldsworth refused for Springfield and the largest sum that was oyer actually paid was 14000 given by the Duke of Westmin- Â¬ ster for Doncaster It is evident from an occurance which has just taken place that as regards the prices at which horses are salable in the two countries English- Â¬ men with all their wealth are far behind their American brethem Upon the 18th of September Mr W H YanderbHts suburb trotting mare Maud S accom- Â¬ plished a full mile at the Jockey Club park Chicago in the unprecedented time of 210 The first qnarter mile was done in 0M the half milo in 104 the three quarters in 136 and tho last quar Â¬ ter in 034 The performance is with- Â¬ out parallel upon the trotting turf and is additionally meritorious from the fact that it was achieved in tho teeth of a strong wind On the 27th of September the California prodigyt St Jnlien trotted his milo at Hartford Conn in 211 J and thus it will be seen that Maud S has outstripped him by half a second Let it not bo imagined for a moment that there is any possibility of a mistake in discriminating between theso narrow segments of timo The speed of a super lativo trotter ia gauged by a score or moro of stop watches each of which ia regulated and adjusted with the greatest nicety and many of which aro in the hands of men who have backed time Tho trotting associations of several large cities offer largo prizes for animals which can trot their mile within a certain stated period and we maybe certain that many a jealous eye was bent upon the Chicago performance of Maud S eager to dispute tho record were it possible to do so But the excitement provoked by this wonderful achievement mav be estimated when we add that Mr Vf H Vander bilt who is now in this country with the intention of sailing for New York in the White Star steamship Brittannic two years ago gave 20000 or 4000 for Maud S when she was four years old and that since her performance at Chi- Â¬ cago he is said to have been offered 100000 or 20000 for his matchless mare who is now six years old It will awaken little surprise that Mr Vahdcr bilt who is currently reported by his compatriots ft bo tho wealthiest man in tho world should have refused this amazing offer and within a few weeks ho will probably be seen driving Maud S in his buggy along tho Bloonungdalo road on the outskirts of New York with the proud consciousness that ho has be- Â¬ tween tho shafts tho most valuable quadruped on earth Tho onward career of tho American trotter during tho present century may be pointed at with legitimate prido by the sporting citizens of tho western repub-Â¬ lic While in England we have stood still as regards the speed of our galloping thoroughbreds tho Americans havo simultaneously struck off at least forty seconds from tho time in which their best roadsters can accomplish a mile at the trot It would bo unjust to deny that the trotter is altogeter an American creation and that immense sums of money guided with singular skill patience and ingenuity have been expended in bring Â¬ ing them to perfection Â¬ Â¬ jPt c forget-me-no- ts 1 her humble housekeeping jMarriagc says tho American should be wholly a matter of feeling He holds a man unworthy of a good womans love who is not willing to take her for herself alone without a penny of dower This is very generous and magnanimous for the husband but is it the best woy for the girl or the giriB father to look at the matter The French father knowing that his daughters dower must be fumishedas well as money for his sons start in life is forced to practico and teach his children thrift A There is no nation as habitually econ- Â¬ omical as the French Tho French girls dot is largely the result of her own saving and the habits and prudenco thus taught her are a solid capital better than money with which to begin Â¬ Â¬ uuig iiuvu cic wiui wuicu 10 pegin Â¬ married life Minister LowEim is working up tho copyright question abroad Misa Bernhardt is accompanied by ono of her sons a very nice young man The sharp ended bayonet scabbard is to bo discarded in tho British army When a Boston man invites you to dinner and heads a postscript N B ho means no beans Five men were met at different places near Waco Tex by a body of highway Â¬ men and all of them were robbed The conscience money sent to the Chancellor of the English Exchequer U st year amounted to over 30000 The colporteurs of the American Bible Society distributed 10253 Bibles in Texas during the last four months The construction of the Tennessee railroads increased the value of the tax- Â¬ able property of that State 200000000 Thus far this year 4135 miles of rail Â¬ road have been constructed in the United States against 3507 reported in 1879 The canned goods exporting trade has acquired such large proportions that it has become one of the national inter-Â¬ ests Lewis Iewin displeased his parents at Gallipohs Ohio and while his mother pounded him with a club his father shot him with a pistoL A Falii Biter girl earning a salary of 3 a week has fallen heiress to 150 000 Wa never noticed it TwfnrA Vint she is very pretty Boston JPosL ix Bcaery coantyf ua a ireedman with oho mule this rear mod a hm nbr ihrcj bales of ottoa weigbigover 500 pounds each and 200 bushels of com One Irish parish pnest has called upon his whole congregation kneeling to- Â¬ gether in the chapel to swear that they will have nothing to do with the murder of landlords A peatman created an alarming sensa- Â¬ tion in Ottnmwa Iowa He drove his dray through the town loaded with kegs of powder and sat upon them indiffer- Â¬ ently smoking his pipe A no stole away from a Cincinnati school and spent the day playing ball for which he was mildly reprimanded by tho teacher He immediately retired to an ante room and shot himself Italy exports cattle wine and silk to France The wine is new and is after Â¬ ward mixed with a better quality of French wine and the silk is entirely raw for manufacture at Lyons In a recent charge the Becorder of Dublin said that of 9700 dwellings let in tenements in that city 2300 houses ocenpied by about 30000 people are re- Â¬ ported unfit for human habitation A company of burlesque performers called the Merrymakers is going through the country with great financial Tho members axe all under 12 success years of age and the star Corinne Kim- Â¬ ball is only 7 The enterprise is of Boston origin 1 r A Young Lady Â¬ T- jqnal nv r -- thcdgpfjlijg yTf5ufitahd -- Â¬ badly-constnict-- Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jut Cheaper to Sill Than to Malm our railway legislation that it is cheaper for the com- Â¬ panies when they do set about having a smash up to kill a passenger rather than merely to maim him The damages to be had against them for the former luxÂ¬ ury are limited by law to 5000 for the latter they may be mulcted in any sum the jury see fit to award A somewhat similar anomaly exists in the French law against dueling for theyhave a law against dueling there whose chief intent however seems to be to render that popÂ¬ ular pastime more enticing But it so happens that under the law duels re- Â¬ sulting in slight wounds are dealt with by tho Correctional police which nearly always convicts while duels resulting fatally are brought before a jury which nearly always acquits It thus becomes a point of considerable importance to the intending duelist if of a robust and healthy habit to select particularly nasty weather and damp ground for hi less vigorous antagonist That is no doubt the reason why M Gambetta elected to fight M Fourtou in a dense fog at thirty paces for which he was un justly ridiculed at the time The wily dictator knew that with the aid of tho fog he had a chance of killing M Four-Â¬ tou while without it ha might by some inconceivable accident wing him and so have to pay a fine It is to remedy this paradoxical state of things that a new law has been proposed which will pun Â¬ ish all dueling by various degrees of fine and imprisonment according to tho re- Â¬ sult It is unlikely however that tho Legislative Assombly will venture td deÂ¬ prive the pleasure loving Parisians of an amusement at once so harmless and so fascinating Ono of tho odd features of tho proposed law forbids the survivor of a fatal duel to venture for a given num Â¬ ber of years within a certain number of miles of his victims residence Possibly a moro effectual proventivo of tho prac- Â¬ tico would bo to adopt tho plan of a French Colonel in Louis XV s time who gao tho officers of a regiment notorious for fighting on every frivolous pretext eartc blanche with tho proviso that ono or both parties must fight until one or both wcro killed That put an end to it New York Graphic It is one of the beauties of tonishing thing that she should carry out her resolution as Miss Tinno did with the constant purpose of bringing light to bear upon the habitations of cruelty is heroic As a mere traveler she almost rivaled Speke and Cameron and there is a fascination in her story iu the passionate devotion sho inspired ia thoso who formed her escort that be-Â¬ longs to her alone She was murdered by two treacherous Tonoreg chiefs in Fezzan south of Tripoli in March 1869 in the 30th yeaftf icr age- - MissJJeth-am-E- d wards in her new book Six Life Studies of Famous Women says A few days after her departure the murderous scheme was put into execu- Â¬ tion Early in tho morning a quarrel broke out as it is supposed intention Â¬ ally among tho camel drivers and hear- Â¬ ing the noise tho young mistress of the caravan liastfly quitted her tent to see what Bhe could do in the way of pacification Her appearanco was tho signal agreed upon for the massacre Ono Touareg first disabled her right hand by a sabre thrust in order to prevent her from using her revolver then with a rifle ball in the breast achieved his deadly work The others rushed on to tho slaughter The three Dutch sailors her solo European attendants were next assassinated and then the plundering of the rich caravan began The faithful negroes who adored their kind young mistress were carried off with the spoil and the bodies of the victims left nnbur ied on the sands Thus perished in the flower of her youth one of the most en Â¬ terprising lady travelers and one of tho most courageous women who ever lived Speke and Cameron Thcro is no woman in our day asserts the Saturday Jicvicw whose lifo has been richer in romantic incident or whose death has possessed a more tragic inter- Â¬ est than that of Alexandrine Tinne That a young wealthy and lieauti ful girl should give herself up deliber- Â¬ ately to African travel is of itself an as Â¬ Trarclcr that Blraled A Lion at A paragraph headed Large inserted in tho papers by tho managers of a menagerie though a hoax kept the population of a vast area in Southern London for three days in a state of terror and alarm many of them being afraid to walk tho roads A omii in Kentucky struck her cro- Â¬ quet partner on the head with a mallet brain fever set in and the young man nearly died The girl was keptnnder arrest until his recovery and when ho got well Bhe married him and now hes sorry he didnt die The number of Americans established in business in London is greater than that of the American colony in Paris The Parisian Americans are for tho most part free from business cares only a few artists and literary men being professionally occupied on the banks of the Â¬ Among tho gifts displayed at a San Francisco wedding wa3 the brides fath- Â¬ ers check for 100000 The cashier of the bank on which the check was drawn was a guest It was observed that he looked queerly at tho document then turned up his nose and remarked Why ho hasnt 500 to his credit in our bank Boston is to havo a baby show with a prize each for tho baby under 1 year old with the handsomest oyes the black- Â¬ est eyes tho bluest eyes tho most hair the least hair tho most weight tho least weight tho smallest hands and smallest feet Tho finest baby will receive a grand prize Lemueii McQee on his way to work in Yicksburg said to his companions Im dry and I aint got a cent but Im going to have some whisky if I die Ho led them into Samuel Haw- Â¬ for it thornes saloon where they had the drinks and McGee announced that he die for couldnt pay Then he did it Haw thorn o killed him at once with a pistol Good Eating and Good Writing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ htrange Freak or a Cat A Brussels journal relates the follow- Â¬ ing anecdote of a cat in that city and declares it to bo a positive fact The mistress of the cat having drowned all its young ones tho jxor animal suffered much from excess ox milk and was obÂ¬ served for somo days afterward to make her appearance only at meal time At last an unusual noise having been heard in tho cellar tho servant went down to ascertain the cause and found tho cat lying on her side and buckling a brood of eight young rats which had appar Â¬ ently been abandoned by their dam For a week longer the cat continued thus to feed her natural enemies but at the end of that time being no longer incommoded by her milk sh one morn Â¬ ing killed them all brain could best bo kept clear and vigor- Â¬ ous on a low diet Bomantio young ladies in our time At first there may bo only a twitching love to think of their favorite authors as of the eyelids or the muscles of the face It brings but at length for days together or until fed on a divine ambrosia the person utterly worn out is relieved them down to a common level to associ- Â¬ by death the limbs aro fearfully con- Â¬ ate them with roast beef and mutton vulsed being dashed perhaps against Poor Charlotte Bronte was once disenÂ¬ the bedpost with tremendous force or chanted of her hero worship Thackeray the body is suddenly forced upwards to was her favorite author and in her lonely its extremest tension and as suddenly home on the moors her imagination in-Â¬ thrown in the opposite direction or the vested him with all ideal graces On a visit to London she was lifted to head is rolled from side to side inces- Â¬ santly A strong linen bed covering will the summit of happiness by an invitation be completely destroyed by the violent to a dinner where Thackeray was to bo movements in a single day Tho body one of the guests She was introduced becomes bruised and excoriated from to the great man and sat next to him It was a red letter day in her life and head to foot was his It most frequently attacks children of memorysayingson the alert to retain all her and report them to from ten to fifteen years of age Says bright William Smith Esq Fellow of the sisters Thackeray however did little talking Boyal Medical and Chirurgical Society had London I consider the diseaso one of but much eating Heattack recently re- Â¬ of typhoid increased nervous action deriving its covered from a severe source directly from too much stimula-Â¬ fever which left him with a ravenous ap-Â¬ tion of the nervous system and the brain petite while the dinner was exception- Â¬ ally good Charlotte looked on in won-Â¬ especially During childhood the great object der at his feats and the surprise gradu- Â¬ aimed at by nature to overcome the dis- Â¬ ally changed to disgust One more idol ease is nutrition and growth Play pure had turned to clay 11 she had known air good food and freedom from mental the modern law of the conservation of excitement are what the child should forces her charity might not have failed her have at the expense of everything else In case a child shows incipient chorea Popping the Question in Tyrol let all attempts to excite its intellect or Tyrolean maidens are by old custom its sensibilities bo wholly avoided Se- Â¬ cure without fail the normal activity of spared the necessity of giving tongue to The first time a tho stomach and bowels Sponge the their Aye or No body daily with cold water for its gen Â¬ young man pays a visit as an avowed eral tonic effect Batho the feet with suitor ho brings with him a bottle of wine of which he pours out a glass and warm water every night before retiring for its quieting effect Guard constantly offers it to the object of his affections against all frights Shun nines beers In any caso sho will not refuse it point and evcryform of spirits Youths Com- Â¬ blank that w oidd be too gross an insult panion but shoidd the wooer not bo agreeable to hor or his declaration come a little tx Tho Wrong Note prematurely tlio declines tho proffered wine pleading that it looks sour or that A lady of rank says London Truth ino disagrees with her or any other had received the honor of an invitation to dinner from the Princess Mary of excuse tho feminino ingenuity may sugÂ¬ Teck for a day when she was engaged gest If sho likes tho lad and Li equal to dine with nn old friend Sho wrote to owning it sho empties tho glass two lottera ono to tho Princess in her taking cans not to spill any of tho wine sweetest manner acknowledging tho for if sho does or tho glass or bottlo bo unhappy omen honor etc another to her friend beÂ¬ broken it is anwine between them Thoy say Such a bore dear Fat havo spilt tho ginning Mary has invited me to dinner on our tho peasants when a marriage turns out To badly day and of course 1 must go her horror she learned by tho next post A volume containing descriptions of that her friend had the letter for the all the presents ever given to a Queen ia Frinccss in her envelope The mischief certainly an oddity but it is said that was done and sho Aent prepared to Queen Victoria proposes to issue such a throw herself at tho feet of her royal book It is to be illustrated by photo Â¬ hostess when the Princess met her with graphs and to include not merely costly open hands and smiling face as she said gifts but simple tokens of affection which Fat Mary is very pleased to scoyou havo been given by her poor subject at and hopes you wont find her a bore Balmoral St Titus Dance This disease is sometimes described as insanity cf the muscles In its worst form it is very distressing and often In old monastic days good eating was under a ban It was imagined that the fatal w J i Ir one has an abundance of wealth he will have plenty of friends so called but puncture the buble and away go tho friends Mrs Langtry is to give up being a professional beauty and take to writÂ¬ There is a report in London that ing poetry X f lie THE HICKMAN COURER DisbandingIVcw Old nnd ing Parties Form- Â¬ Â¬ THE ELECTORAL SYSTEM From the New York World Cotton Manufacture South in the I Statistics show that probably tbe There is much talk in tho news Everybody admits that the electoral Q P 5 rrnunrn evert Friday nr managed most lucrative investment now in the a fc r papers since the presidential election system as elections are new or PHASICAN AND SURGEON United States is the stock of well of dihanding the Democratic and Re in this country is a costly and cumber managed JTTOKMAN KENTUCKY HICKMAN KENTUCKY southern mills No wonder ous contrivance of no possible If publican parties and forming new po the people in each State voted ue ITERS his Professional Services tc directly thereloro that capitalists east and west Clinton Street OmcK ITelnje Buildin the citizens of Hickman and vicinity liticsl parties to the end that section for President and Vice President mon have shown muoh promptness in for i TAe Oldest Xeatpaperin Wttltrn Kentucky may be forever extinguished and ey would be saved and as Mime times warding all such enterprises here when alim that national elections may be caused appears real danger averted In the properly vouched for and substantially Life appears to be too short to be N Qcorjje backed The people of Louisiana are spent in nursing animosities or in to result from the consideration of famous case of Oregon an elector was Office over Holcombes drug store chosen by the people who was distinct waking up to the importance of cotton registering wrongs Res2 questions material to the whole coun ly ineligible We do not sec how Gov manufacture and we now hear that the idence Moulton St near Court House Gen Sherman says thj efficiency of try Cortainly such an end is to he ernor Grover although he wa absurd Â¬ Lane mill at New Orleans has made NOV 19 1880 FRIDAY such profits that proprietors are about the army would be doubled by the T ly abued for it could hare taken any greatly desired but tho accomplish M D The Atlan Â¬ proposed inorease of the number of other course than the one whioh he to quadruple its capaoity niS PROFESSIONAL SER will ment of that purpose we fear is next to The two preat political parties OFFERS to the citizens ef Hickman and Jaiware Bf Carb Sote ta ef did take in refusing to iouehis certifi- Â¬ ta Constitution looks for an inoreased enlisted men may UxbtlT be pretty evenly divided in Congress impossible consumption in the south this year to vicinity appear dlrtrwfette color It cate to the person so chosen frbitc examined WITH 1TU The Chas Fisher a prominent Republio The Democratio party i distrusted Electoral eir bat a COIHPABISON Office Corner room In Laclede House which will insure cautious wise legis- Â¬ Commission undoubtedly the extent of 50000 bales or somes can of Cincinnati is on trial for stuff Â¬ akih anj mchl4 BRAND Will SbOW IIAITIITIER nd feared by a large majority of the violated the Constitution in receiving thing over 20 per cent It ought to ing the ballot boxes- - His arrest was lation Tor the people tbo difference Mil Northern people and tho Republican the vote of that elector although un be 40 per cent even with tolerable caused by Republican judges See tbnt jronr Eaklafr Soda 1 tvhlte and PTJI1E a aboald be AZiIa lack one vote parti is distrusted and feared by a doubtedly they did substantial justice management a southern mill produces Toe Republicans only SIItXILAja SUBSTANCES tor The Mayor of New Orleans refuses Capital thus inves- Â¬ food of controlling the next U S Senate Inrge mnjrity of the Southern people in his case and gave effect to the will of handsomo profits ted is earning mora than a like amount to let the newly eleoted city officials A tirapla tint otcta tst ef Oi9 eoapliagv Gen Mahone of Virginia is said to We are told thatch Democratic party the people of Oregon at the expense of earns in any other brnnch of manufao take possesion of ths offices claiming Talne ot different brands of Sod Is to dinalTB a their own oaths This year the Re- Â¬ eTt rpnmfnl of each kind irith about a pta bo ready for trade iiiiiifTumirniiniiiiiiiutiMi lilUulmUwl ef sratorTbot preferred in clear glirwir Urxiagr of a publicans were careful not to nominate turing in this country and sooner or that the election was illegal can never obtain the confidence until aU is thonraghlr dixaolval Tbadtleta ine igible perrons but this eleotion later the oapitlists of this country and rioru injolnbla suiter la tha iaftrteSedasrSL A cloud with a silver lining may be TO BUY YOUR Tt is thought the Greenbackcrs will majority of the people of the Nprthern any shown be ahorrn after attOtogr aoma treat tafcraiaa cr has that there are till other perhaps of Great Briiian will appreci- very nice to look at but a pocket book sonar by tha aflky appaaraaea of tba aatatlaa Â¬ hold the balance of power in organs States because they have been educat dangers to be expected from this ate the situation and the quantity of floaUag floaty mBax a They oannot long with that sort of interior integument tordins to quality Medicines Office in Millet Block izinp the next Conercss the Houso of ed through a generation to look upon system In California it nppears that remain unmoved by the statements of will generally be found more useful Be aura and aak for Church b Coi Bada asl ALL operotions performed in the most ate that their name la en the paekago and yon Representatives What a rare chance the Democracy as in sympathy or in one of the Democratic electors ha tun dividends that southern mills ire in There is groat excitement and con- Â¬ FANCY TOILET ARTICLES wW ret tbe pciest and whiteat made Tbanaar artistic manner Special attention given the habit of presenting semi annually el thl with eour milk in pteteaaee to Stkjsg for Greenbsckers to pet more green some way allied rith rebellion and behind his tickei by reason of his per- Â¬ tinual disturbance in Ireland The 7owder aaves twenty tbaee IU coat Augusta Constitutionalist PERFUMES to the regulation of childrens teeth This eocms very PINE hostility to the Government and noth sonal unpopularity Fenians are shipping arms from Amer RMcnaTxrrmdratkure fcr valuable I backs if they so desire absurd Tn as muoh as the eleetur is tfaa and read carefully ica and Italy to resist Eoglih soldiery SOAPS iug tbe Democrats can say or do will BEN HILL OK TWO SOLIDS only the agent of the voter to vote for PAINTS 9 SRBW THI3 Tt Y0H8 IHWES SPEcnLATlONS now run an to wheth remove this objectionC In the South the candidate of tho voters choice the There is some excitement fa Canada Senator Ben Hill has written a OILS er President Garfield will be controlled a majority of the pespje love the Dem only pos ible reason for scratching an DYE STUFFS letter to tho Hon S B Chitenden over the rumor that there will be an Ijnir by the Radical oreLibernl Republicans ocralic party bpenJJt httssTnce nc elector rouet he a fear that ho will be of Bronkn of which the following invasion of the Province if the Brit Â¬ AA1f REAL ESTATE AGEiVl ish Government sttikes a blow in CIGAR3 AND TOBACCO If by the Radical he will help to make war stood as the friend of the South tray his trut and fail to vote for the are extracts HICKMAN KY Ireland candidates for whom he is choen to Grant President in 1884 if by the em people begging for terms of peace The most anxious event in our his in Mew York it is believed that Real Estate Bought Sold Rented Ex The Minnesota State Lunatic Asy Â¬ Poclcct Liberals he willbe his own successor and friendship and equality for the vote a solid North a still more serious tuisahief lus beeu tory has become a fact changed and Taxes Paid lum was destroyed by fire on the 16th against a solid South No language The Republican incurred people of the South c MACHINES TtiB National Democratic Committee permanently located in Hick Â¬ can express to you the view I take of Many lives were lost Those reeued HAVINGwill practice in all the Courts have issued a circular justifying their pirty has always appeared tcthe South his event for evil can have no from the fire suffered almost death from It Tlin Two Unrllrlde Prescriptions Accurately Compounded of the first Judicial District no logic if continued but disruption the cold relation to the Garfield Chinese letter as in an attituto of hostility dislike The collection of claims and investiga Petersburg Index Appeal Dem and distrust to the people of the South Gen Sherman says in his report several monarchies or the absolute into and denying any wrongful connection Store of tion of real estate titles made a specialty at the There are two Garfiolds One of consolidation of all the States into one that our seacoast defenses are super- Â¬ with the perjurers and forgeriee of that em States and hence with such a them could receive almost every Con empire In eitner event our constitu fluous and that tbe railroad to the H infamous document We cantjbclieve history and its present leaders the servative vote in the South to day tional system will fall Pacific has changed the entire plan of confi- Â¬ if be were a Precedential cnndidate1 men of gnchghonorablo standing South cannot giveit love and that Tbe time has come when the great frontier defenses This we hope is tho real Garfield the question for reoj statesmen to consider had any guilty knowledge of such in dence The most disastrous storm known are to President HICKMAN KENTUCKY If a new party or parties could be otiQ we to 1885have for aother is a from is how speedily to Break up this section for years swept over Ireland arid famy but it is humiliating to feel that 1881 man al solidity and organize parties altogeTho ATTEND TO ALL BOSINE33 South England last week Great they were in any wise duped by the formed freed of all sectional feelings who has sacrificed to party tho splendid ther on other issues The Democratio damage to property on land and to entrnsted to their care and animosities it seems to lis all good abilities anH noble impulses which bo always Core sad ntmse Tttuppaiaiai scoundrels Office Millet Block party is hated at the North and there- Â¬ Tha Troxlda great Faim KaUarrMr But we fear longed to the whole country Ooe of fore it ought to be disbanded The shipping is reported citizens should rejoifce CQ B3 Caaarp ulolt for Karn aai The Hickman Courier is a simon such a patriotio result can not be look- theso will be Presideut for the noxt Republican party is hated at the South The Government is pushing Signal auid reliaVIa four years C pure one gallows Democrat and this ed for for scveralgenerations to come and therefore it ought to be disbanded Service telegraph Hoes across the I would he glad to see a great nation Rocky mountains to see whence comes leads us to the acknowledgment that The Republican parly flushed with ATTORNEY Ar LAW all the cold weather and we shall know al union party organized How the South Tniea It the leadership of theNew York De- Â¬ victory and buoyant with the spoils of PITCHERS CASTORtA isno all about it next lurjtmer Collector Real Estate Agent New York Herald mocracy is thoroughly putrid and cor Â¬ office cannot be expected to disband Children grew fefc Narcotic Maiione the Virginia Repudiator HICKMAN KY Mrs Taller of Cincinnati cut her how When Hpon Mothers like and Physi Â¬ rupt and w want no more of it or and with its present history and lead- Â¬ has been we consider and tho South was utterly routed at the recent eleo throat because she thought all the men CO Will attend promptly to all bnsl hammered harried and 5 recommend CASTORIA He had he support of the repu- Â¬ were in love with her Most women with it untilit is thoroughly reorgan- Â¬ ership the Southern people must con denounced for the last six months tion M ness entrnsted him in Southwestern cians regulates the Bowels cures Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee ized and purified It dont help the tinue to vote against U And as to how the Southern States have been diating ReptihlionD party Mahone would come nearer cutting their throats Wind Colic allays FeTerishness Special attention given to the investiga held up as the foes of the Union and of secured the Senator hip as the fruit because of having no one to love them matter to say that the Republicans are disbanding the Democratio party bo tion ef Land titles and the purchase ana and destroys Worms age of his repudiating oampaign that gale of Real Estate Tbe wife or Perry the negro lately The more is the long as the Republican party remains human nature it is pleasant to see the is all The repudiation business if equally as corrupt f jaa8tf equanimity and good nature with which arrested in Washington for fergery pity for the country the same it would bo merely swapping its people bear the re ult Every sejf popular in Minueta and Massachu Â¬ setts hut not in Virginia Arkansas has testified that he took 3000 blacks man has a to Indiana This is uuintereeting in Garfield and lie IMlMlonIppI the name of Democracy for that of respecting Southernmany of theright to 67 Tennessee brutal formation at this time but history must We arc told that Gen Garfield or Whig American or whatever they feel outraged over features of the Republican canvass Mr Kellys little effort to draw at be kept up President Garfield as we must call him might christen the organization that On the contrary the press and the tentiou away from his leadership by old There is boy in America whose after the 4th of March stands square Â¬ would take its place When the people are patient good humored and casting a firebrand into Congress and KB ffl Iff ly and unequivocally in favor of the Whig party struek its colors and com content accepting the result and will finding a flaw in the vote of Ntyr York parents are American and who has al Â¬ h- - rJ zi- Re in 11 Beater la ways lived among people who speak If Government making the necessary ap menced fighting under new names the ing to give Garfield a cordial support deserves severer punishment than bis English yet ha can understand French Democratio party grew stronger and New York and cant speak a word of English propriations for the improvement of party treason or blindness M Louisville ITniils aits ZSelp will send 3 electors commissioned by He is dumb but not deaf Boston Post the Mississippi river If it be to the stronger at each electioa and tho op The Hon Oscar Turner fresh from tho Stste These will cast their vote Keeps in stock at all times fresh and Southern members of Congretsongbt position to it grew weaker and weaker the scene of his brilliant A terrible and appalling disaster oo victory in tbo and we venture to assert in advance choice Groceries Provisions Canned and to rally to his support in the great We fear this wouldiba the result of First District is spending a few days that no ten members of Congress from eurred last Monday in the mines at Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought WOTsfsSaft IGduei aid Urer Gere movement nov7 and kept for sale It was given out that djsbanding tho present Democratio at bis summer residence near Louis all the South cin be induced to con Stellarton Nova Scotia 700 men Ibrmerht Dr Cmiet Sidney When the same old leader ville prior to his departure for Wash eider a proposition to exclude those representing a population of 2000 party Ilayes would be friecdly to such im Â¬ A rentable preparation- an thajamttr tnr mar Ay tn nadworld for BricfalV Mraav te AIJ Kldnwy Ucran4 Although Col Turner has votes Kepubiicans may gQefSind people were thrown out of employ I Dtabetea provements but the manner of Hayes appeared before the people advocating ington ment in the face of the Canadian win unnairuiirinci of t towiDrowmp1- - the expression of the populriKWill if same old issues and opposing tho served but a single session in Congress jXrTfestlnionlals going into the Preiidpncgjirove most the fl he has taken exceptional rank in the thoj rihoose icg i m gf i M of the Southern members from any came Republican part J the same state Houso and aside from miny local and 80 will oot right a wrong dore iifl87 I l EEPS all kinds of staple and ImeraSafte The St Bonis Post Dispatch U of C3 I OaTFor the core of Brtehfa and the otba- sympathy or co operationwith his ad Â¬ of prejudices would pertain as now individual benefits to his people has the opinion that Garfield has had hon diseases call for Warners Safe ttfUnnj ca and Urer Care exists TnERi shoud be n5 more Oetoher ors thrust upon bim nntil he cant rest obtained an appropriation of S1500UI Toward Garfield the ministration o anl Conrectioneries Will be pleased to WARNERS SAFE BITTERS The facts in regard to the two great for a custom hou e and post office at elections in years of presidential camp Ho still holds a seat in the Honse of It Is the bestBlooal PaurMar and tteinUtP feeling wiH be different for all concede see his old customers and will both suit Terr function to more healthful action aa This indicates unusual aigns He it United States political parties of the day is unfor Paducah la thus a benefit In all diseases They are now so few flint the Representatives them in price and quality Call and see O his election and that being elsctcd ha It cores Hmtnloan and other Stktn Bug ability and tact and -- usjresM that our Senator elect from Ohio and now Pres Â¬ CO and tloaaand Diseases Including- Caacvra IJV to as Quick Sales and Small Profits is to be the President of the whole tunate and we would gladly see all Board of Trade should engage the ter stares in which they are held are made ident elect eera other Stores en Wont be undersold jan4tf Dyspepsia Weakness oftb Stosaaeav-The Southern vices and enlist the interest of so use- Â¬ the theatre of excessive partisan efforts sectionalism killed All through tbo great Mis Â¬ CouatlpaUon msateeas OeaeraJ country CD ity etc are cured by Va naf Wltf sea Itfev A woman in North Leavenworth nneqnaled as an appetiser and rernlar tonic sissippi Valley movements are on foot people have no real interests to be sub ful a man in behalf of Louisville Â¬ money is used dishonestly and nothing Kansas not long ago read somewhere Pi M BoiUes of two sixes prices sac and aX SK done so much for his own dis- whether iu U or otherwise is left undone served by a political party that would Having and being vigorously pressed by the WARNERS SAFE NERVINE trict on so short an acquaintance with to secure the prestige of apparent rio that to fill ones ears waer will make OnleMy gives Best and aae tosmflertag one more intelligent csres HAilMts and BearalcU prersnts She tried the people demanding that Congress shall not be equally beneficial to the North Congress leaves him ritne and a mar Â¬ pi von to patrons The politest attention KpUeptJe Kits and rtlleTealTiiTOM3n MaaJs fr m 6 to 8 and trmtfos broctgnt on by exceastre drink era- no longer neglect this great highway ern people and the reverse of this gin to prove hinnelf a serviceable tory by eecnrini control of these states experiment three or four days and her A splendid cook jrotK romnii shocks ana ouer casse Â¬ This is an injury to tie states in keep nnrse now communicates with her by from 12 to 2 oclock Special rates to reg- Â¬ Powerful as It is to stop pain and soothe tfl- sthe best Coffae 8ugar Molas Â¬ Our people the readers of the Cour Â¬ proposition is equally true Hence all neighbor Ltiui ville needs just such ing the people excited by two cam means of the sign language tnrbed Kerres It ntrsr Injures the se80 ular boarders Meats 25o KEEPS Floor Lard Bacon c to be wneuwr tajcan in amau or lam da these prejudices should be uprooted a helping hand as his and if Main Bottles of two slses prices agg and ST ier are alike interested and should but we fear only time can apply the street is wise it will not neglect o good piiaoi in a finale year opens a field for A California farmer got consider- Â¬ found in Hickman Having no partner Headquarteri jor all Kinds of School to divide profits with will sell goods the WARNERS SAFE PILLS and virtually cansm the result of and let their voice and inpeak out an opportunity to secure a friend in fraud Are an Immsdiato- and aeUrs sttmalas tor ay able fun not of what had been an an Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper needful remedy Tarpis unr ana enrs CosttratisPj iimiils Books and School Supplies a national canvax tn b determined by be felt and heard fluence need CourierJournal Nov 15 krantta JOUSSS s noyance by placing a stuffed deer in Ground and Boasted Cne and see for raou JCatarla Vtmr the money and influence that can be If a new party is formed of course bis grain field Tbe hooters after yourself sad r sad asonlA brought It bear within the limits of do nsea wnsaerrr u That Garfield Fore err Letter it will be brought about by influences JBJsytountry produce of all kinds taken emptying a large amount of ammum bowels do not opcraks-CtirloiiB Election BpIr may ana reguany Every fair minded American citizen and causes far beyond the reach or in exchange for goods or Cash tto states Wih no Octobejr states tion into tbe animal and discovering maris From the Courier Jourunl Maruai prpetdenfial campaigns would be shor Irrepective of party asociation must voice of the Hickman Courier and The loser lu a Memphis bet is to tor tho isauss moro plainly defined the fraud oarer trespassed again turn with disgust from the gross wrong wo can only remain an interested spec stand on his head five minutes in a the contest would bo wholly national UDngUitll I Some English capitalists own 500 la UUm iraOaia done General Garfield in the so called tator of the great events but in our public squure with a Garfield bsnuer aud the result would attest the will of 000 acres of land in Alabama on the HHWamac MCALK IX a Garfield Chinese letter It was mean limited sphere we shall contend that suspended from his feet a majority of the people influenced by line of Alabama Great Southern rail tSOGHEBC JLT space to name all articles hut no road which are very rich in timber In Oswego N Y a groceryman bet a tear of defeat contemptible and shows the desperate new parties are not thegreat wantof the BTand trouble to show goods uitaSaa and minerals and which they intend Com and see at the corner of Troy The New country but a purification of the old his store against a neighboring meat corruptions of the day TllE Republicans are now wililng to developing For the present chief at and Moscow Avenur East Hidksaan Ky markctthat Hanoock would be olected York Truth a daily newspaper it ap ones Miscellaneous janza ly On Wednesday morning he turned admit that Gen Hancock was wound tention will be given to developing tbe School mineral resources of these lands which pears is the party responsible for the his wager like a man but the ed in tbe battle of Gettysburg over boundless bnt the farming Gnrflelda Cabinet HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS dirty work but the managers of that butchnr declined to accept i Toe price of corn throughout the are almostwill not be negleotod Ar interests Here is a very fair guess as to Gar HICKMAN KY sheet so cleverly got tho thing up that bluegrasa counties in this State has A combination bet was made by ten rangements are now making to induce they indirectly got the National Dem- Â¬ fields cabinet Democrats and ten lu puolieaus in setled down at 2 per barrel in tbe immigration of English farmers and at Secretary of Stale Geo F Edmunds Houston Texas dsaxxk I a The losers were to field ocratic committee somewhat involved an early day a number will probably becretary of Treasury Levi P Morton harness themselves to a stage coach Italian and American Marbli One half the people of this conn settle on the lands Cameron Secretary of War--Do- n at aiders and abettors to its dirty work aqd draw the winners through the try vote the Democratio ticket Stationery Wall Paper Pic MONUMENTS TOMB AND DBA YE One Secretary of Navy Eugene Hale The characters of such men as Abram Many clergymen in this country STONE8 In both parties were -- half the people of this big country Secretary of Interior Charles Foster principal street have lately received a circular from a Hewitt and others are badly smirched received a fine lot of Amer Â¬ Postmaster General Horace Maynard some of the foremost men of the city are entitled to some consideration KSaCav Pofc52ljr y3y r HAVING Italian Marble I am pre- Â¬ London dealer in second hand sermons Attorney General Ben Harrison ture Frames The man Philp arrested for forging Geo P Knowlsj of Racine Wiscon pared to fill all orders Call and examine Large numbers of Chinamen are He offers sermons lithographed in a the letter has been committed to jail eur work sin won from Edwin Child of Dako leaving San Francisco for their native bold round hand so that those who Trulli on ft Utisclo and Fancy SOrders froua the- - eamntry promptly and more prosecution will ensue The ta one section of good farm land 640 land becaue ot tbe scarcity of em happened to see them would suppose Pocket Cutlery t Toys From N YTruth filled aj28 witnesses for Philp swore strongly in they were manuscript for 25 cents Kenward Philp did not forge the acres The bet was S3 000 aguiut a ployment for them in that city Combine trie choicest cathartic principles Goods their first examination to the genuin Chinese cheap labor letter Nor did certain described section that New Tiik next lime the Democratic par each or 820 a hundred He has a rh rnctflcrncyin proportions accurately ad iwtU8ita line of cheaper sermons in print at 10 jnstrtl te sccare activity certainty and forge it James A Gar York Sale would give Garfield from ty get ready for a National campaign ncBS of the letter and to the real ex anyone else uniformity of effect ThiyarotheTresult Mo one to fivethou and Republican ma John Kelly and Wade tlampton and cents apiece wirranted orthodox and CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY of years of careful study ami practical ex Â¬ is fence of the man Morey to whom field wrote it and sent it to H L TJR1TZ SCIIROEDFKV jority others a little more expensive rey and Trhtb hosjjrprvdy established periment and arc the most effectual remÂ¬ Barnum should be sent to Europe the Garfield letter was directed but that fact Still Truth will cod vi net edy yet discovered fordiseanes causetl by which have a pleasantness yet an FASHIONABLE In Ogdensburgh N Y Win Alger Franklort Gazette r derangement of tlio stomach liver and t the prosecution tripped the scoundrels even Republican honest ones that vLst his inu tttche against A A llah- Ex awful solemnity about them bowels which require prompt anil effec Â¬ SHOE MAKER If Grant will accept the position of copies of my New Reduced BOOT AND BSend for tual treatment Aykis Pills are speÂ¬ at every point and they finally made a the letter is genuine We shnll com- Â¬ coois whi kere that G irfield would The yellow skinned heathens who Price Litt of Picture Framet Chromot cially appITcalilo to this class of disease Ou Wednesday morn Secretiry of War it will certainly be are reducing American citizens to beg- Bracket Croquet Set and Bate Ball sweeping confession testifying that mence suits in other dirfotions bat not be jjleoted They act directly on the digestive aud for SHOP North West corner of Moscow will give ample opportunity to find the ing he hud hisjiiustaclie cut off aud iven to him and then the scheme to gary and want are beginning to show 1878 assimilative processes ami restore regu Â¬ their previous testimony was all false ind Troy Avenues East Hickman Ky make hirtr President in 1884 will be lar healUs action Their extensive vs forger g Satisfaction guaranteed sent to MrJJabeook Sao Simon Arizona their teeth At by pliysncians-- in their rractice and by inaugurated and that they had been paid to swear ly may9 From the evidence brought out in oii civrnzcAi nations is one ot tuemany recently as a train was pulling ont A wheelbarrow bet in Bitiuiore as they had sworn and drilled by oer proofs of their vahiu as a sstfojjnre anil WK liav heard no rumor afloat to for Tucson it was boarded by a large the recent trial it certainly looks like afforded more arauSt en to the npeo perfectly reliabla purgative Tnedicine SEATKES IK the efiWt thit Neal Dow contemplates number of Cbhiamen who bad no tain parties as to what they should Being compounded ot too- concentrated the Chinese cheap labor letter was a tators than had beeu jjxpected The contesting Garfields election tbengh virtues of purely vcscfablo- substances We must beliere that snob tickets or passes bnt demanded pas Ewear whilo wheeling the Shoe they are positively freo from calomel or disgraceful forgery and therefore a loser was annoyed is no telling what will happen Martin tbe conduotor insisted sage any injurious properties and can bo oute b there HICKMAN KENTUCKY men as Hewitt Barnum and others great wrong which no honest man winner over tho stipulated administered to childreu xvith parted A chief suhjpet of talk among angry on havihg their fare when they turned iho taunts of tbo latter and fojiwt l Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made were imposed upon by these cunning safety Democrat or Republican can justify up the payment of the wager by WUP D ruocraN is tho caue of the defeat upon bim with clubs and be was In- Â¬ to order and in tbe latest fashion Avkics Tills arc an effectual cum for ecoundrels and that they would not visible patches put on wbcih last longer Constipation or Costlveuess IndU One part charge it to forced to draw his revolver At the N Y Truth first published it ping bim soundly in New rork The than when sewed All I ask is a trial This knowingly charge such a base forgery and is n Jvclly another to We first fire he killed oneofthera festion Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Â¬ therefore responsible for what and Crcath Dizzi Shop next door to City Barber Shop John S Miller and Henry Klein JjJ if belongs to both Tilden incident may be taken as a straw Ex Gen Garfield but even allowing ness Headache Loss of Memory Upon feb7 79 now appears to be a vile slander It dients of Rochester N Y bet on the thiufc Numbness Biliousness Jaundice il Fillmore can articulate thattho publisher of the newspaper ynt itHit that tho letter is genuine election the loser to walk a block at Mrs Rheumatism Kruptions and Skin Pay as yon go 3trl-3E3-- S Diseases Dropsy Tumors Worms CS though he under Xh6 Truth deceived them it amounts and that Garfield actually wrote it If noon attired in his wifes night dre only tho word Never fool in business matters Neuralgia Colic Gripes Diarrhoea to her She is free und at tioou un Weduesduy sitaodsall that c Dysentery Gout Piles Disorders of COFFINS MATRASSES Do not kick any one in your path to a crime for the representative of a it be so or if there is a spark of honor Miller lost Meals the Liver and all other diseases result Â¬ wilkcd iu Mrn Miih rV from pjin and U slo1 regaining the Learn to think and act for yourself niCKMAN Mr Marian Williams having bought KENTUCKY ing from a disordered state of the diges Â¬ great political party to he betrayed into in this New York paper or any who appeared aud followed and foot It by a crod ot u e ot her paralyzed arti night gown Do not stop to tell stories in busi- Â¬ tive apparatus the RESTAURANT formerly kept by War- Â¬ such a blunder The Hickman Conn had to do with circulatiu this cer Â¬ meu and boys is not thought probable that he can re ness hours ner Meacham respecttully announces As a Dinner Fill they hare no equal COBIE TO STAY to the public that the establishment has 1ER is as thoroughly democratic as we tainly owe to themselves and to the Wliile pentlo in their action theso cover though death may uot tJ mnie Keep ahead rather tbanbebind the A Harrisburg turn was c iught by been overhauled and that the former pa Â¬ TUB REGULAR Pills are- the most thorough and search times know how to be but we turn with hu- Â¬ country to prosecute the matter until the tricky offer of a wager that mi dUto be ac- Â¬ ing cathartic that can bo employed and trons and travelling publip can Use yonr own bargains rather than Cairo Hickman New Madrid commodated at all hours at 25 cents a never give pain unless tim iiowels are in miliation and shame from tho Garfield thtf real writer or forger is kuowo An old tnanwho was taken for a city iu the United Status of over a flamed anil there tln lr inthienea is heal- meal ggJRegnlar Boarders accomodated hundred thousand inlinhitants woud tramp died in a wayside wagon honst tn se of others Cbincso letter business No wonder iig They stimulato tluj annctito and Highest market prices paid for Pout S not meddje with business you President is at work on hi last not give 500 votes for Hancock The near Schenectady a few days ago The digestive organs they operate to purify He t Hancock was defeatod when the man try Butter Eggs Vegetables o nnd enriek tho Mood and Impart re Soon we shall be stako was a supper for the Ward Cam was flialiliily dressed bavins on two know noJhing of annual mesiige newed health and vigor to the wholo sgere of his campaign were either fools Have oraVr system regularity aod system paign Club of the winner The city ragged woolen coaU and two pairs of called upon to bid hitn farowell enough to be duped lnt0 6uch trickery also prsmptoeJ- referred to was the city of Washington laded irMioorB and wa covered with P lSPAilEO DY DR J C AVER j C0 j tiStitsWissisWft BBKss A man of bonr respects bis word Yet when the Coroner or knaves enough to prnotice it There Arkansas Tennessee and Virginia whore there is no voting for President lice and filth Practical nml An jljtical Chemists Lowell Ma 53 has grown to be so muoh corruption have demonstrated that they sre noV at all Tho victim said nothing ex held au iiquost 239 77 were found in as he does his bond - rT all unveil No min can get rich by sitting a xvrcriniitnE as charged by cept to name the time and place for thi the old man h prletund in a tin box KENTUCKY STREET in political parlies that a man of plain repudiating States C A UeiCOM BE by On that ocoaiion the vim N vhieh he had uariicd about in hi hands round stores and saloons Let tho Republican supoer T7-- EEPS ssnjtntly 0n hand for hire Sold conscience may well turn with loathing tho Republicans Master AMBROSE If you have a plana of business be she were ficercted 319950 in 4i per cent States of Minnesota and Massachu Â¬ looked all right and wore uch y and saw from tho whole busjness LOWER and LOWER A old watch and a hand found there when wanted This elegant passenger steamer will which have already flatly repud written terms ol tho bet called fur hut j bond setts HOUSES BUQQIE3 and HACKS AU kinds of Groceries hams sides c Learn to say no No necessity of arrive at Hickman going down every ex also found on his per There U no probability of a con6sf irtted their obligations imitate tbp thep wero fniiod to be epu oned twth scujc cluiu were Thankful for patronage hrctofore esntfajuce of as cheap as the cheapest I will not b Strangest of all tbe old tramp snapping it out dog fashion but say h Tuesday and Thursday up Wednesday Und4 hjro h spjfcjte time men Â¬ Bnuff ami all ether unpalatable No cotmnisv honesty of the Southsru Stoles over the result this JOHN WITTiNO undcrscld augO ami Friday earns firmly and respectfully turned out to be a minister rjeu will be needed tioned atences Portuguese farm laborers are rush Â¬ ing into the Southern States A siok man is considered out of din- Â¬ ger when the doctor discontinues his visits Gen Garfield wilt within a week or ten days go to Washington to settle up his affairs GO TO THE vofc sstonat Savtf i- DRUG STORE DR A A FAEIS k - BEST III p--- THE WORLD Warren Editor Price or Subscription gi Qgwcill O qvassP aI t i s I Dr J Outten W Hummer cnbncn ros Dr DBHTIST A M PARKER Drugs Patent j - Hughlette Wilson Aitoruv at 1 Knives Rasors SEWING C2iuH Sai 0 Â¬ BUCK COWGIJLXi A U T Tyler Attorneys at Law Â¬ ItolMErf It Â¬ -o lP 9 iff H b h j L RANDLE i2t towA ZtfewliNewnNewIII Staple and Fanov u iiBaiJ Ql llSs g 5 w Q Hi New Restaurant 1 a Jjy W ROGERSsa GROCEKIiii METHENY issssisi Â¬ Â¬ a - o Nichols Metfony Family Grocery and I rovision Store -- Â¬ Â¬ - WM PRENZ W DIESTELBRINK Family groceries NO ibifmwSk uyfMu aid Cathartic Pills Soot am -- Â¬ m Â¬ KISTNER GARDNER Â¬ Boot and H P Fethe - Maker - 3tn -- iad FTJRlSriTTJIlE at all Hours - j0 J AC KIE T -- Â¬ a- Sale and Livery Stable -- T T HILLMAN Wm B Plummcr u- - subon - WHHHBfBSlMPWIillSKa j jm m u mBiiKKESUWSSmilMUBSBSSSIlSKIIBIIIiMiBSBSF vf r Thfl Hickman Courifr will be 21 The vfade Cane years old next February and we harent State or Kkntdckt 1 act made a fortune yet eitherl Think of our Court of Appeals SCALL and SEE the nice Ready FRIDAY NOV 19 1880 bright hopes and ambitions when 21 y ears Rans and Mary Wade Ap- - Appeal from Made Clothing at s I tf J AMBERGS SONS ago we first launched the Courier into Commonwealth pellants J Fulton Cir- Appellee cuit Court existence But oh no lets drop the cur Â¬ Local Hems The Court being sufficiently advised tain and not think on itl Suffice it we delirered the following opinion herein and KINDLING 60 cents a load 9QShort communications on public have no brown stone fronts no bonds M CO HICKMAN L sep3tr questions printed but not responsible bank accounts or broad acres or great Sec 14 of 4 of Chapter 27 Genl for sentiments or expressions of corres distinction among our fellows but a still Statutes was Art enacted to punish the moth poadaola except where we refose to give and quiet conscience is the only recom er fer concealing the birth of a bastard The best grades of whisky kept at rea Â¬ of author child so 4ense for these long years tf newspaper whether itthat it might net be known sonable prices by was born alive or not and apl30 J W ROGERS service Any one desiring to invest in a while its enactment does not prevent an Egg are verj scarce business which brings only such returns indictment for murder it was passed evi I Bane betting hereabouts on the pop will dently for the purpose of relieving juries please address c Ac fclor majority for President THE LATEST STYLE8 OF MENS AND of the embarrassment thit jmy teemed Prosperous Times Ahead In all to have felt in the consideration of this BOYS CAPS CHEAP AT The Methodist Aansal Conference the leading markets of the United States case The pains of child birth causing J AMBERGS SONS o6 4t It in session at Trenton Team this week the quotations of corn wheat cotton lire the unfortunate woman to become frantic and to leave her bed in the act of giving The cold wintry weather of the pmt stock c rule actire steady and firm birth to the child may hare reused its Co All parties indebted to Steagala few days retards business and all kinds This points unerringly to continaed pros- death and the action of the biother in perous times It means healthy money attempting to conceal the shame of his are requested to come forward and settle of improvements matters and buoyant industries and disgraced siatec were facts calculated to and thereby save cost We are compelled FOR TflE FINEST make before Variety of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can doubting people can safely plunge for- Â¬ verdictthe jury hesitate charge finding a to have money to meet our indebtedness ofguilty on the of murder Meats and Pickles call at Very respectfully ward into any well adrised investments There seems however to be no verdict J W ROGER8 CO in the ease and while the court will pre- Â¬ STEAGALA novl2 or speculations There will be ample op- Â¬ Tiptonville Is thriving in basinets portunity the next year for fortunes to sume that there must have been some finding on the jury else the and growing In population It begins to be made and little chance for legitimate court wouldthe part of entered the judg- Â¬ Cloaks Cloaks not have WE HAVE THE FINEST AND CHEAP- Â¬ essumetown airs By this is meant that there will ment still in the absence of any rectrd failures EST LOT OF LADIES CLOAKS AND be plenty ef business not that there will showing a conviction by the jury and We are feeling better morally so where the clerk returns that there is ne DOLMANS EVER BROUGHT TO HICK- Â¬ dally politically individaally and eol not also be plenty of failures for fail- Â¬ such record in his office we would be re- Â¬ MAN WE ASK ALL TO EXAMINE BE- Â¬ ures will occur with some people regard- stricted te enforce this judgment lectiTely than for some time upon FORE BUYING ELSEWHERE PRICES less of tfae times or circumstances the presumption indulged in on behalf ef THOSE Dolmans from New York hTe FROM 400 TO 2000 the judge that must result in the impris- Â¬ just arrived Call and see them There is an unusual nnmber of boats J AMBERGS SONS oct29 J H PLAUT BBO on the river now All the upper rivers onment of these parties during their nat- Â¬ o52m ural lives The clerk responds when calltd on to The colored Baptists of Hickman are getting in good boating condition supply a diminution in the record that it are the first in the list Tor a Christmas and turning their fleets loose- - This is is MISS MATTIE ELLISON wishes to an- Â¬ complete as appears from proceed- Â¬ tree this year They are making consid Â¬ the season that the great Mississippi as- Â¬ ings in the court of which he th clerk but nounce to her friends and old patrons is erable preparations serts herself as the great national hick he finds a memorandum on the back of that she is now prepared to give lessons showing a rerdict that on the Guitar and will open a class at Mr Chas Haekett was qualified as way and bears upon her bosom the pro- the indictment the this is not on minute book of the her home at the old Roulhac house Those ducts of many States IT the gorernment court or on the regular city marshal Monday night to fill the un Â¬ records of the wishing expired o James Warner tit will would but appropriate a tythe of the court toand such being the case this recordÂ¬ see her instructions will please call and Charges reasonable show that there was a rerdict upamounts annually girea to railroads fails Stake a ralthfal and rigilaet officer what a great thoroughfare it would be on which the judgment could hare been Reelfoot lake is oow crowded with rendered nor court upon the enriching the gorernment and people in case as it now ought theshould not enter 25cts Lower than the Lowest stands enthusiastic sportsmen We hear that return I have no clerk expensss no store rent It can nerer be conrerted into the rerJict on the return of the cause and pay cash for all my Groceries and Host of the large cities of the United a monopoly like a railroad but must re but should grant the parties if suoh a therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap Â¬ States are represented and gay time main rerdict was rendered a new trial for all time as tree to poor flatboat est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone Judgment reversed and rates the hoar Â¬ men as to the palatial steamer Perhaps ed for further proceedings cause remand Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low Â¬ JOHN WITTING est The Democracy of the old Gibraltar if it could be made a mono poly like a rail- Â¬ A copy Attest District will be content if Kentucky Dem road can it would cause Congress to rote ccrats will make Tom Poore of Hickman the appropriation MARBIBD ceunty the next Clerk tf the Conrt of There was considerable drunkenness In this cuunty on the 10th inst br Esq Appeals and dissipation on the streets Saturday J C Reid Hr Thot McNeil and Miss The only Democratic illustrated newspa- Â¬ Soae ef onr merchants claim to be last and at night report says it was Â¬ Mollie E Creed per published will be sent postpaid lor out for vrtwdtd with business others fair to av Â¬ rageous If good eitixens will co operate In this eountr it the ntnldanrn nt IK five weeks until end of campaign erage and come few only so so It is with the officers violators of law will find brides father Mr Richard Webb on the thirty cents Agents wanted in every 14th inst by Judge H C Baily Mr Jno town Send thirty cents for fire weeks pretty jerswally gnaged by the amount of that 1 iw is supreme and must be obeyed 8 Hale and Mist Eliza J Webb all of this subscription or 6 cents in postage stamps advertising indulged in by the houses for sample copy and illustrated catalogue Courts matt hare eridence and informa county CIuos of four will be sent for five weeks MOST complete line ef Heading and tien and if citizens neglect or refuse to for one dollar Address Frank Leslie Caoking Stores ef the season to be found give lki the officers frequently are estop- Â¬ PreclaaiatleB ef Taattkaglr Publishing Company 15 Dey etreet N Y 4 J W CORMAN COS ped When citizens are indifferent the las The State of Kansas has voted an officers too often grow likewise and con- Â¬ It becomes ns as a Christian people Notice amendment to her constitution prohibit Â¬ clude if business men can stand such row Â¬ to make public recognition of the bles Â¬ FULTON CIRCUIT COURT ing the manufacture or sale of whisky in dyism they can Erery officer hat a sings vouchsafed to us bp a beneficent R C 1 Pratbers admr pi tiff The rnle of peace re tfae Stale by 20000 The two men who sworn duty to perform and erery good Providence Equity against voted for Daw in this county ought to citixen an honorable dety to sustain him mains unbroken within our borders R C Prathers heirs and cred J itors defendants held a ratification meeting and they should work together Rowdy Â¬ From pestilence and disease we have been singularly exempted industries Notice is hereby given to the creditors The race for the next Legislature is ism is on the increase hereabouts and if have been revived trade and commerce of R C Prather deceased that the un Â¬ beligtalked of and in this connection wa it is not dealt with strictly and rigidly have been quickened and general dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton fcaar the names of Dr F M Uaher Judge it will dominate the beat interests of the prosperity in a great measure restored Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the County Starks B R Walker R T Tyler Jno community For these evidences of watchful care Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from W Wingate and Tom Gleeson as probaand Divine goodness tis meet that we the date heretf until the 21at day of Feb- Â¬ ble candidates in this ceaaty sbonld tender thanks to Him whose ruary 1881 to receive and hear proof ef COTTON The receipts were quite lib bounteous hand alone is capable of claims against said decedent and that all The saprema conrt ef Kentucky has oral the past week about 110 presented to bales which their bestowal To this end I Luke claims notby law within him and proven as the time specified required reversed the judgment of the Fulton cir Â¬ were readily taken Good grades are be Â¬ P Blackburn the cuit court which sentenced Rans and coming scarce while there is plenty of monwealth of Governor of do- Com Â¬ above will be forever barred WILSON Kentucky JNO A hereby 3lary Wade to ttre penitentiary for life stained cotton in the market We quote Master Cammr Fulton Circuit Court designate and appoint Thursday the vnarged 4with murder The grounds of Good Ordinary 9 30 Low Middling lOq 25ih day of November A D 1880 sept 1 1880 revesal arc given in this issue Middling lOJc as a dsy of public Thanksgiving and Notice iryou waat to Jmake your wife nnd CORN The market rules strong and prayer and request that all persons FULTON CIRCUIT COURT aaiiarf nriwppy go to w ROj active ad demand for dry new corn at will observe that day foregoing their usual employment and tf4sitioiyim W S Hicks admr plaintiff Sob aelirerea apl30jl f er can secular occupation to render grateful W S Hicks againBt and credit- - I Equity DRIED FRUIT Wool and Feathers are heirs The best way for a farmer to make in demand at full quotations thanks to God for all his mercies in era defendants the past and humbly petition for a is to sell bis produce money MARKETS ABROAD Notice is hereby giren to the creditors contiouance of that Divine care upon of W 8 Hicks deceased that the at the Vest prices he can get and reforest Cottos steady in all the markets New in something connected with his farm York middling lie New Orleans 10j which we must rely for protrotion of undersigned Cemmissloner of the Fulton the liberties promotion of the happi- Â¬ Circuit Court under an order in the above There is no room for big speculations an good ordinary 9J Memphis middling 10 styled cause will attend at the County Coax At New O leans corn scarce and ness and advancement of the welfare Court Clerks office in- - Hickman Ky kit one has big capital to operate upon of all our ppople from the date hereof until the 21st A young man by the name of Car firm at 6062 for white and yellow LUKE P BLACKBURN day of February 1881 lo receive and bear Lite Stock Lire hogs common 880a proof of claims against said decedent ter had his hand badly cut while rnnning to mm a shaping machine Monday at the Fur 425 butchers 450a465at shipping steers UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT and that all claims not presented within 4 25a460 Sheep scarce and proven as required by law 800a375 This slture factsry In addition to vast quan tne time specified above will be forever Â¬ the President R B Hayes tities of furniture fcc this factory is is upper rirer markets while 10 SouthJNO A WILSON barred per cent Vice President Wm A Whetiler Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court taming out quite an assortment oT carved ern cities hold an arerage of Secretary of btate Wm A Erarts on these prices advance sept 1 1880 bands ehertened fingers c Secretary Treasury John Sherman Secretary of War Gen Ramsey TDK NICEST CASHMERES IN TOWN Commissioners Notice COUNCIL PEOSBDINGS Secretary Nary Thompson AXD TRIMMINGS TO MATCH CAN BE Secretary Interior Carl Chun FULTON CIRCUIT COURT Hickkax Kt Ner IS 1W0 aODNDAT VERY LOW PRICE8 AT Postmaster Genera Darid 1 Key Abner Youngs admr plaintiff V Equity 16 4t J AMBERGS SONS At a called meeting of the city council Attorney General Charles Devens against held at the office of Councilman Paris Abner Youngs heirs and credit j On the whole the cotton crop this STATE OFFICERS ors defendants Present Mayor Tyler Councilmen year will not equal that of last year French Fans Buckner Campbell and Notice is hereby given to the creditors Randle Governor Luke P Blackburn Throughout the Southern States the sea Â¬ of Abner xoung deceased tbat tne un Chas B Haekett city marshal elect Lt Governor J S Cantrell dersigned Commissioner of the Fnlton son has beam Bnfavorable for gathering appeared and presented bis official bond Secretary of State S B Churchill Circuit Court under an order in the above sad much eetlon wiU be left in the field with H C Judge Jos Sehm and J W Assist Sec of Slate Tbos G Harris styled cause will attend at the County Many speculators now look confidently Corraan as security State Auditor Fayette Hewitt Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky On motion said bond was receired op for an advance in prices when three Treasurer James W Tate from the date hereof until the 21st day of P- - W prored ordered filed and spread upon the Attorney General Hardin February 1881 to receive and hear proof weeks ago depression was expeeted record whereupon the loath of office was Reri ter Land Office Alpfa 8helden of claims against said decedent and that to the said Chas B Haekett ub Instruction J D Pickett Sup As s local news item it is mention administered all claims not presented to him and proven by His Honor Mayor Tyler and the said Staid Printer Elvis Porter as required by law within ihe time spec- Â¬ ed that Mr James 8 Sbupert at Nichols Chas B Haekett duly installed into office ified above will be forever barred rettauraat is gettlag up a raffle for his as city marshal for the unexpired term of COURT OF APPAELS JNO1 WILSON horse and spriag wagen valued at James A Warner Pryor Chief Justice Thos I in Masttr Commr Fulton Circuit Court Onmotion Council adjeerned nargis Thomas Hines and Cofer 200 The idea of esptoiisg this turnout sept 1 1880 R E Millet C C Attest Judges for 92 is attracting considerable interest it is eelitvad it will be fairly conduct- Â¬ Commissioners Notice Cetsntj IVcfvapnper ed The lucky one will be known on Sat FULTON CIRCUIT COURT The following is what the Cincinnati Fu en County Court H C Bailey ttrdey week Jas Brantleys admr plaintiff Trade List thinks of those characters who edge tield every 2d Monday in each Equity against Mr and Mrs Chci CSmith return complain of their county papers and in Â¬ nonth and credit J Fulton County Quarterly Court H C Jas Brantleys heirs ed on the Colorado Monday from their stead of helping to support it send on Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan- Â¬ era defendants Iridal trip looking as happy as Lores for a large city paper and thus help to uary April July and October Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Jas Brantley deceased tbat the un- Â¬ own favorites COURTS They were tendered a re- Â¬ sustain them MAGISTRATES District Esq Donaho 2d Saturday dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton 1st A gentleman writes to us that his ception aX the residence of Mr 11 Buch- Â¬ September and Decem- Â¬ Circuit Court under an Order in the above anan Wednesday evening by the 8 D county paper is so poor that be has stop ia March June Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in styled cause will attend at the County ped it therefore sends us three dollars ber Club of Hickman and all had a joyon for the Trade List We repeat that we do ame months Court Clerks office iu Hickman Ky Eiq Goar 8rd Saturday in from the date hereof until the 21st day of 2d District time May the bride and groom lire lone not want subscribers on these terms A mans county paper is worth the world larch June September and December February 1881 to reoeive and hear proor and prosper and tbat l the counor if it is not it ie his fault sl Miles 4th Monday in same months i of claims against said decedent and prov- OUR enterprising friend J W Rogers ty paper is properly encouraged it may 8rd District Esq Reed 3rd Monday in all claims not presented to him is now receiring a splendid lot of fresh be relied upon for information of more March June September nnd December n as required by law within the time traceries which he is offering for sale at ralue to the people tn whose interest it is Esq Mayes 4th Saturday in same months specified above wilt te forever oarrea JNO A WILSON the rery lowest prices issued than can be found in all the city 4th District Esq Dickinson 1st Mon Â¬ Master Commr FultonCircuit Court papers in the United States No man can day in March June September and DeWeather PaoaNosTicATioNS 18th afford to be witbont the paper that pub- cember Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in sept 1 1880 to20lhlear or fair 20th to 23d cloudy lishes the official advertisements of bis same months 5th District Esq Boaxr 1st Wednesday with threatening weather and local rains county the public sales markets court If the in March June Srptemberand December 24th to 25th clear or fair 25th to 29th news and other local intelligence Esq Collins 3rd Wednesday in same the people cloudy threatening weather with beary paper it poor publishers are more at months for not giving fault than the or snowstorms according to Iatitude it a liberal patronage rain 6th District Esq Jones 4th Wednra However poor the zutb to SOtn clear er fair Tne eompra county paper may be it is always worth day in March June September an I Esq Tbos Uradslmw JI W lively colder days will be about the 1st l more than it costs to those interested in cember nesday in same months the affairs of the county 6th 11th 18th 23d and 29th CITY OFFICIALS exchange 500 U S Wasted--T- o Bernard Neale late ComtuonweaHh 4 per cent bond fjr stock in Hickman Mayor n A Tyler Attorney in this District is now a mer- Â¬ City Judge George Warren Wagon Factory Hickman Oil Mills or chant at Euraka Springs Ark City Attorney R T Tyler Hickman Furniture Factory Address City Clerk R E Millet held a cow while a cross A negro box 8 and 4 Hickman Ky lt City Treasurer T P Fortune eyed man was to knock her on the head Conghs Golds Sore Throat Bross Councilmen T M French A A Far One of the best indications of the with an ax The negro observing the is C L Randle W B Pluramer chitls Asthma Consumption times nowexieting in the United mans eye better W T Buckner II S Campbetl in some fear inquired AaA ATI BltwuwrTirKOAT mn JVXB Slates is to be observed in the advertis- Â¬ You gwine to hit whar you look City Marshal Jas A Warnar Ft np tn Qojtrt Sta BotUw tat Zbaor Vf Wharfmaster Wm Young ing columns of the papers in the leading aid Cuffee hold the Den SdentJfioJW mpuwl of Bkun Tota OtttOttd Yes Bock Ocndr Old Km sad othor tonlo Marketmaster Jas A Warner Tb Fonnol I cities The want columns of all the pa cow yourself I aint gwioe to let you boit phjiiaUcm City Tax Collector Saml Laudrum Jr br known to oar tbo BalraU of oarhlcfaly eomiMnOM ud O A MABIMKILm jnort prosioaat lira pars show very clearly by comparison with hit me Sexton Peter George ehniProt Ubl mirbottla It to U knownSlco SonS U Wto nwdloU Dist School Trustees W L MoCutch pntoMton thMX TOLU ROOK ud EYK wfll the same columns in issues dating only rrMtMt nUf for Ooacti Ooldi hlixui BronoatUi Five Hundred Ttioatmnd Strong en Jno W Cowgill Jas A Warner two years ago that the demand for labor Bon Throat Woik Lone ateoOanossption ta UJ latotont ad ftdnaoed stano In the past few months there has been ia increasing and the number needing more than 500000 bottles of Sbilohs Cure UMd u BBVEKAes ta afPiniyUM ttma COUNTY OFFICERS dAUfhUml tonta forfaUBUroo Is otaauat to Uk t U employment is becoming lees Instead of sold Out of the vast number of people WMiordlHllutodlt gtrM tuna ooUrttr and trasa County Judge H 0 Bailey te tb wtaoU homan fruM long columns ef Situations Wanted are who have used it more than 2000 cases Countr Clerk Jno A Wilson All br unprloolpUd doal- Sheriff B It Walker found equally aa long columns of Want of Consumption have beej cured uiwhotrrtojwImoffapoarDa Book and Rrta 1 Coughs Croup Asthma and Bronchitis Circuit Court Clerk T M French AKDRYBwtilebL I I plaooof oar ad Males or Females for the trades yield at once hence it is that everybody tbcKtrmMHoaUdsrUolnad sWcaanln bar- Assessor Jas Bushnrt inc OOVKRNMKNT STAMP on oaotl bottte In near speaks in its praise To those who have profitable employment r other County Attorney A 1 Kingman LAWKENCK JH XCAKTHT Prprttra 111 afodloow SMT aot Cfcloaeo ly every branch of industry the demand not used it let us say if you have n Jailer Frank Tliomasson Master Commidsinuer J A Wilson for skilled labor is evidently greater than Cough or your child the Croup acid you gr Aaav yowr XH actrlot 0f ttt value life dont fail County Surreyor Robert McCounel ror it i a jwr iiroeerMnrraaDt tar Itl the supply for the advertisements for Back Side or Chest to use it For lame TOir Wla use Shilohs Porous Coroner ChUdrea auk roar Mavoutta for itl hands are often seen in successive num- Â¬ Plaster Sold by your Druggist For sale W W Robertson Circuit Judge rDKUeoiSTS OKOCEHSJ aa4 Cowgill Hickman Ky bers by Buck Commonwealths Alterney B A Neal Wink MKHcnxNTK THE ijlCKMAN COURIER CITY ITEMS Cincinnati Hickman St Louis Fresh and Pure Mangels Bakery AND Dry Stove Wood Best Whisky DRUGS TO ALL 1881 AT- - Y WF KEFP CON8TAXTM OX HASD FRESH BREAD use T P FORTUNE COS ERS NUTS PICKLES DINES FRESH OYSTERS ALSO CAKE CAKES PIES HOME Â¬ MADE CIDER CRACKSAR- ROLL COFFEE ie ie Caps Caps 1 5000 4500 2500 1200 1000 500 150 100 50 LAUT DIALERS IK SJ aft Its A full assortment of Plain and Fancy C A X I I Eft A full line of Cigars Tobacco and Ciga Â¬ Drugs Medicines Paints Oils ISTotice ISTotice STATIONERY Orders for Weddings and Parties promptly attended to KAYSER WITTING oct8 P rettes always kept in stock S Â¬ Dry Goods Department Tobacco Cigars AGENTS FOR c arberShop Next Doer to Ilolcombes Drug Slore CLINTON ST HICKMAN Cloaks Â¬ Guitar Lessons yards of Calico 5 and 6 cents per yard THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE yards Domestics 4 5 6 and 8c per yd brixo tjs Torn yards fine Sea Island 9 cents per yard yards Cotton Flannel 10al5c per yard PRESCRIPTIONS CO yards Bed Ticking 10 to 25c per yard J W CORMAN lbs Cotton Bating at 10c per pound HEATING AMD COOKIXG Toweling at 8c per yard Bolts Crash Heavy White Counterpanes at 90 cts Hardware and Kiteben Bnppllea of Bolts Bowling Green Jeans 35c per yd Coppaiv Also Manufacturers Iron Ware En and Sheet TOGETHER WITH THE LARGEST STOCK OF KY HaTlng just filled up a neat SUA VINO SALOON in the room next door to Hoi combes Drag Store I am prepared to acÂ¬ commodate every one in need of Sharing Hair Cutting Dyeing 8hampooing or in anything in the Xonsorial line Hating bad long experience I feel con- Â¬ fident of giving satisfaction and solicit share of public patronage Shaving lOcta Hair Dressing 25ctn CHAS DELWARD oct8 Childrens Hair Catting-- a Specialty Â¬ lm Blankets Waterproofs Shawls Cassimeres Cloaks and Winter Goods JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICKS J JOB WORK and Repairing of all ef latest Fall and Winter kinds done with neatness and dispatch Fashions and a large lot of samples of French English and German goods tisnllcmen are invited to call and ex-- r- Merchant Tailor HAS sepl2G John G- Griffin - E B Brevard TTTHOLESALB AND RETAIL DEALER BOOTS AND SHOES WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE ISTOTICEI SOLAR TIP SCHOOL SHOE AND HA VE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF I Frank Leslies Weekly WOMENS MISSES AND CHILDRENS CUSTOM HAND MADE SHOES ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF Mens and Boys Boots and Overshoes AT PRICES- Til AT DEFY COMPETITION WILL BELL MY HOME PLACE ON reasonable terms lying one fourth of mile south west of the Court House In the town of Hickman embracing ahont FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES of land nearly all under fence with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING good Cistern and Stables young bearing Orchard of selected fruit good Garden spot and good lots of never failing water for Stock For terms apply to the under- Â¬ signed or T M French C F C C B B WALKER ja30 8O Commi8sionerg We still hold the lead and can show the most elegant stock of CLOTHING ever brought to Hickman besides being able to fit the smallest three year old to the largest man A fine line of CLOTHING Will be found in this Department Hardwares Cutlery J- Overcoats Underwear Trunks Yalises and FURNISHING AN ENTIRELY GOODS OF Â¬ The Markets SPORTSMENS OUTFITS NEW STOCK Breech Loading Guns Pistols Powder Shot Gum Hunters Boots Blankets Tent Cloths Hardware and Groceries MESSRS JACKSON DeBOW KLINE LEVI OOLDDURO AND K PATRICK will be pleased to wait on all No trouble to show goods will induce the largest number of tax Â¬ payers in said eounty to pay their taxes PISTOLS on or before the 1st day of January NAILS next He who induces the largest nnm- Â¬ CASTINGS ber shall receire 25 00 the second larg Â¬ TOOLS kt est 15 0 and the third largest 510 00 The test of said inducement shall be by bringing the tax payer to the sheriff and ste bis or her receipt obtained or by paying the money and for eaehrecpt so GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET- - giren or obtained a ticket will be giren to the party entitled thereto with thn IRON WARE name of the payer written thereon and to order such as signed by the sheriff which ticket shall JOB WORE done be kept by the holders thereof until the Raffing Guttering Speutinsr c next Sjb of the Gold Stove Clinton Street 1st Mondaytoin January at his and then office in presented the sheriff Hickman Ky feb 79 Hickman and those three persons hold- Â¬ ing the three highest number of tickets shall be paid in cash as above stated I will reward to any Suns private pay the above Fulton county threa citizens of who 50 Reward STOVES coauussioxERs j Commissioners Sale of Land By B R Walkik S F C IRK aow-a-da- -- s HICKMAN WHARFBOAT CO iM J A OVERTON t Term 1880 In the case of James Davis RED STEER with white face white spot admr against bis heirs and creditors I on shoulder white under belly Valued will on at 800 by J W Mayfield market with virtue of a decree of the Fulton As a stray by R D Hunt living six miles Circuit Court rendered at its September south east of Hickman on railroad one split in right ear TAKEN UP L Â¬ COURTS Â¬ I Â¬ ROUIl SURE CUBE 1 -- CAUTION Â¬ rrod Given under my band this Oct 18 1880 At 1 oclock p m before the store bouse oct22 J C REED J P door of J A Collins in the town of Ful Â¬ ton Fulton county Ky offer for sale the TAKE9T following described real estate belonging OF THE SAFE8T AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER to the estate of said Jas Davis deceased As a stray by Alfred McDaniel living ONEConsignments Solicited or so much thereof as will be necessary five miles east of the city of Hickman in Special and prdmpt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country to raise the sum of Three Thousand Nine Fulton county Ky on the Shuck road may9 9 Produce Live Stack etc Hundred and Sixty Eight Dollars and on the 18th inst one mouse colored mare mule aged about 4 years branded on the Sixty Two Cents to wit The north half of the south west quar- Â¬ right shoulder with a mark like a dip ter of Section 8 Township 1 Range 2 tbaug T H has had fistula and about west and the north-east- corner of the 14 hands high appraised at the value of 50 Also one mouse colored mare mule south west quarter of section V Township 1 Ranee 2 west and the south half of aged about 3 years about 141 hands high the north east quarter of section 8 town having no brands appraised at the value ship 1 Ranee 2 west and the north half of S50 Also one black mare mule aged o 1 year REFITTED REFURNISHED of the north east quarter of section 8 about face last spring some while spots BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED HOD8B HAS Atl the THIS thoroughly renovated Conrenient to rirer and railroad and attentive Township i Ranee 2 west county afore- - in its vtu which U appraised at the val ue or Ky said tracts lyiae in Fulton watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in ibis section Witness my hand this 18l day of Oc- Â¬ Also the following tracts lying in Hick Â¬ may9 79 W man county Ky being 8 9 of a tract of tober 1880 ocl22 J W MATES J P 81 acres allotted to the heirs of Ophia Barnes deceased by Commissioner to di- Â¬ vide the lands of Benjamin Barnes de Â¬ ceased between the heirs of Ophia Barnes HOW LOST HOW REST0R3D deceased said 81 acres being the south JUSr PUBLISHED a new part of the north east quarter of section edition of Da Cblvhwkll 16 Township 1 Range 2 west beginning CsLxaaATsa Essat on the rad at two post oaks thence north 77 deg 6 pales to three post oaks thence north 87 ical cure without medicine of Spermator Â¬ deg 2 tain east 139 poles to a post rhoea or Semiaal Weakness lavolnntary thence south 76 poles to a gum and elm Seminal Leases Impotency Menial and thence sooth 87 deg 10 min 169 poles to Physical Incapacity Impedimenta to Mar riage ete also Consumption Epilepsy the beginning Aiso a part of the north east quarter cf and tts induced by self indulgence or o section 16 Township 1 Range Z west sexual extravagance The celebrated author ia this admir Â¬ beginning at the nortb ea3t corner of said quarter at a stake with an elm pointer able Essay clearly demonstrates from a thence 81 deg west 168 poles to a stake thirty years successful practice that the with post oak pointer thence south 24 alarming consequences of self abuse may poles to a stake with black oak and hick be radically Cured without the dangerous ry pointers 61 dee east 168 poles to a Hse of internal medicine ar the applic slake with black oak pointers thence lion of the knife pointing out a mode f north 24 poles to the beginning 8aid cure at once simple certain and effect al last two mentioned tracts lying in Hick by means of which every sufferer no mat Â¬ man county will be sold in one tract The ter what his condition may be miy cue land Ijing in Fulton county hereinbefore himself cheapley privately and r diully This Lecture should be in the nanda described has been divided into three tracts or lots after deducting therefrom of every youth and every man in the land cent under seal in a plain envelope to the homestead allotted to the widow and will be sold in said lots under the judg- Â¬ any address p9l pid on receipt of siat ment of said court according to the plots aents or two postage stamps Address Ihe Publishers of said division as follows THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO Plot No 1 contains 115 acres 3 roods 41 Ann St New York P O Bex458 and 2 perches and is bounded as follows Beginning at a post in a ditrh near a gum it being the north east corner of section 8 Township 1 Range 2 west thence west Route 148 poles to a post thence south 160 poles Lookout to a post thence east 30 poles to a post thence north 65 poles to a post then re east 118 poles to a post thenc uorti 114 poles lo the beginning Plot No 2 contaiDfr 45 acres httl bounded as follows Becinnioz it a pfei is toe best eauinrjed safest and mast at the south west corner of Plot No 1 pljkSnnt line it being the thence wrst 75 poles to a post thence dSEAT OENTSAL SHOBT LXNX DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF south 96 poles to a post thence east 75 between the Northwest and Southeast U pole to a post thence north 96 poles Ho is the shortest aad mast direct route ti the celebrated Springs and Summer re the beginning Plot No S oontaios 55 acres 2 roods and sorts of Virginia aad East Tennesae 80 poles and bounded as follows Begin Connections are made with train fax all SPECIAL AUEXTS FOR nine at a post at the south east corner of pointa Pullman sleepers run oa all AI Tkrettgh sleepers from the 50 acres allotted to Mrs Nancy Davis night trains ALSO AGENTS FOR as a homestead thence west 118 poles to a Memphis to Nashvillo without change WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES post thence north 27 poes to a post Double daily connections on all through thsnea west 30 poles to a post the quar trains Business men and pleasure seek Â¬ COS THRESHERS GAAR SCOn ter section corner thei oo sonthSl poles ers bear in miad that the Nashville Chat St Louis Railroad offers better io yuoi luence east loi polea to a post ttnoogo - Keeps on hand repairs for same 8thence west 51 poles lo the beginning accommodations better time and oonnee bale wm be made to the highest and tions than any other route between tta best bidder on n credit of Six Twelve Northwest and South eiU and eighteen months and nurohastra wil Leave Memphis 1210 a m 82Q a ta be required to give boi ds with approved MeKeniie 415 a m 145 n security having the force and effect of flickuutn 800 a m Replevin bonds wij HeB retained upon Arrive at Nasavilla 1000 a ra 730 p a MANUFACTURERS OP Leave Nashville 1010 a m 815 p m idc mud sola Murfreesboro 1127 a m 940 p m DAVID JOHNS Wartrace 1222 p m 1040 p r novi 188021 Special Commr it Tullahoma 113 p ra 112Q p m 11 Decherd 145 p m 1155 p m towan auu p ra fiiu a m As a Slray by R C Prather living In Stevenson 815 p m 130 a ta Fulton county Ky on the Hickman and Bridgeport 837 p m 200 a tn 44 Chattanooga 500 p ra 330 a m Dresden road 3 miles wetrt of Jordan Sta- Â¬ For information time tahlfs and list of tion one red yearling steer with star in his forehead the end of his tall white summer resorts reached by this line cal NOW 18 THE TIME TO SUBSUIUBE FOR THE No other marks or brands perceivable on or address 6to W McKctxik- whieh I appraise at 10 AzU McKenxie C P Atmohk j Given under my hand this 30th day of ISssg Agt L M R 5 O W MILES W L DANLEY October 1880 Memphis or Ganl Pass TH Ag NaahvtUc Taua J P F C svl24w SATURDAY NOT 20 1S80 UP LACLEDE HOU HICKMAN KENTUCKY J TURNER Propr CHAS- - 1 Mil 0MB MANHOOD Â¬ Â¬ t DRUGS AND MEDICINES HICKMAN Paints Oils and Dye Stuffs KENTUCKY fountain BONDUBANT IIREWRT Agricultural Implements STEEL PLOWS WAG03STS - AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Taken Up u HICKMAN COURIER Baw -- vJ - utf - asfttossti flft5HK Sigtj3 15wnal- If - J v f The Story of a Bat USEFUL HUNTS man whom I shall call Elias 3bi Trip ob Uie Ftrmt Steamboat Willi who To polish stained floorsj rub them serves as coachman for my friend Mr M says the Philosopher of tho thoroughly once a week with beeswax pTew Tork Cones pendenoe Indianapolis Joornsl1 employed in and turpentine So you knew Lafayette I asked of Syracuse Herald wasoncewas infested Strong brine may be used to advan Â¬ a boarding house which tage in washing bedsteads hot alum is Oh yes tho old gentleman said Yrithrata He devised an apparatus knew him consisting of an empty barrel with an also good for this purpose hk lace lighting np I Dxs anow broom - in hot water to veil intimatelyin fact I traveled con inviting but untrustworthy top which Bidorably with him while he was here ho put to effective uso as a trap for the make it durable To keep a broom from That was in in what year was it I for- Â¬ sleek marauders The landlady was de-Â¬ getting stiff and hard hang it in a cellar lighted and paid him 1 cent for every way get rat he caught and the name of his vic Â¬ In 1824 I suggested Glass snould be hashed in cold Yes he went on he was sixij tims was legion Each morning afterJie water which gives a brighter and had counted the spoils of the night and cleaner look than when cleansed with flTe I should think and I was about twenty seven 1 was invited down hero received his pay he would take his rats wannwater and accompanied the General and his in a bag to the proprietor of the sport Â¬ Tq bzuovx grass wash the suite to Albany We went on the steam Â¬ ing establishment down town who paid stained places in clean stains soft water boat Chancellor Kent It was summer him 2 cents apiece for them and pre Â¬ without soap before cold the garment is time and we were three days going to sumably turned them to profitable ac- Â¬ otherwise wet Albany The boat stopped at all the count in his pit Among his catch one A vert admirable imitation of 6tained day was a handsome female specimen to Tillages along the river and everywhere en ovation awaited the great deliverer which Elias took a decided fancy and glass for windows can bo produced by There were flags and speeches and dinÂ¬ he resolved to tamo her She responded pasting over common windows thin ners sad - every expression of joy An kindly to his advances and became in sheets of silk paper printed in brilliant event of a lifetime that was As wo time so gentle that Bhe would eat off his oil colors tasteful in design The effect moved quietly along from point to point hand and play about bis person running is said to be fully equal to the finest Lafayette sat upon the promenade deck up and down his sleeves and so forth colored glass and the cost a trifle Her affection for him and her faculty of This will open a new field to amateur viewing the beautiful scenery and re epobding to the welcoming shouts of memory were once proved in a notable lady artists even more fascinating than crowds along the shore Lafayette was way Someoody carelessly let her out china painting a very large man a man of colossal pro- Â¬ of her cage during her owners absence The following ointment is excellent portions and of majestic demeanor He and in a few moments she had found for an inflamed bunion iodine twelve was larger than I am and I am over six her way into one of her accustomed grains spermaceti ointment half an holes in tho wall and was glorying in ounce feet even now in my old age A portion abou the size of a Weeks passed and as she horse bean to be rubbed on the affected V How did the company amuse them Â¬ her freedom did not appear again she was given up part twice or thrice a day selves during the three days If the Xfostof the time was spent by the for lost One evening Elias was smoking bunion is not inflamed tho best remedy veterans in telling stories of tho revolu Â¬ a quiet pipo in the laundry when he is to place on it first a piece of diachlyon tion There were more than a dozen saw si rat put its head out of a chink in plaster oxide of lead and oil and upon revolutionary officers there and they the wainscot By way of experiment it a piece of thick leather thhaving a have all been dead these forty years but scarcely hoping for success he called hole the size of the bunion cut in it Ckie of these was of I remember softly tho namehis his old petthe Jinny One of the simplest and most effectual Colonel Nick Fish father of Governor Jinny To surprise animal things to whiten the hands is to take a Fish He had served near the person of emerged from its hiding place ap- Â¬ wineglassfni of can de Cologne and an Washington and he was a good story Â¬ proached him cautiously and then ran other of lemon jnico scrape two cakes teller He told a great many amusing up histrousers leg into his lap and comof brown Windsor soap to a powder and anecdotes showing that all hands had a posed itself for his caresses It was in- mix in a mold let it be till hard then good deal of fun even when the army deed his missing Jinny She allowed uso as ordinary soap To whiten the was ragged and barefoot in the Jerseys him to carry her back to her cago and nails if red or coarse take dilute sul- Â¬ and it wasnt certain where they were when there went straight to the saucer phuric acid two drachms tincture of from which she had been accustomed to myrrh one drachm spring water four going to get their next dinner And Kere is a picture said Mr eat her food and drink For a long ounces mix First cleanse the hands Weed zisingxnd feeling along the wall time after that master and rat were in- with the above soap then dip the fingers for it that interests one about as much separable but byandby the former into the mixture This should be done changed his quarters and in his new at least twice a dayuntil the desired - v He laid his hand on framed copy of homo had no convenience for kpeping effect is produced Nothing adds so the familiar silhouette of the first rail Â¬ his little companion so he sold her for much to beauty as a delicate well 2 to a retail liquor dealer who put her shaped hand and nothing ahowB sooner road train that ever ran in this country behind his bar for the entertainment of the want of proper care and attention from Albany to Schenectady in 1831 Then he carefully measured off a distance his customers and grew very much at Â¬ The following preparation it if from one end and pointing with his fin- Â¬ tached to her One day Elias was pass- Â¬ claimed will render wood incombusti- Â¬ ing the shop and its owner called him ble and impermeable ger said lam right there do you see me in that car was greatly inter Â¬ in I have lost Jinny he said and 55 pounds alum 40 Sulphate of zinc ested in the experiment and when I sat none of us can recover her Jfyou get manganese 22 poundspounds oxide os sulphuric acid there I foresaw some of tho greatness to her for me I will give you60 cents 60 22 pounds water5 pounds which the railroad system has since The challenge was accepted on the spot All degreeSj ingredients are put into the solid grown in this land The train made very and the colored man tried the magic of boiler containing the water at 45 dea Â¬ good time that day too surprising his voice It was as efficient asbefore grees 0 j113degrees F and as soon as everybody Outof a hole nearby trotted Jinny ap- Â¬ they are dissolved the sulphuric acid is Mt Weed resumed his easy chair and parently overjoyed to see her friend onca poured in gradually until the mass is said and surrendered herself The first steamboat too I more with ingenuous confidence to his completely saturated The pieces of reckon Tinay be the only man living that hands From wood are kept about five centimetres saw Fultons steamboat the Clermont that day io this if J recall his t story 197 inch apart and after three hours make its first trip in 1807 I was a boy aright he has never seen her boiling they are dried in the open air of ten and lived at CatskilL Suddenly The natural appearance of the wood is everybody Jieard that the very next day How a Lawyer Guarded JHs Papers not changed To whatever heat it is a boat was coming up the river from Bobert A Parish an aged attorney of subjected it resists combustion the sur- Â¬ New York against wind and tide All this city and very well known in diplo- Â¬ face being simply covered with a thin were incredulous but I determined to coating whichii easily rubbed see what it amounted to and early in the matic circles both in this country and charred Europe has been upon trial in the Court off morning I started off with two other youngsters for CatskQl landing Arrived of Quarter Sessionsior two days upon a Punctuality there we thought we could get a better charge of committing an assault and bat tery with intent to kill maimr or disable is astonishing how many people It view from an island in the river so hid Â¬ ing in the bushes we took off our clothes and to day tho jury found him guilty there are who neglect punctuality and thousands from this m boys clothes didnt amount to much in The case is a most remarkable one Par-Â¬ cause alonehave failedonly lifoserious vice it is not a these days tied them on a plank and ish is a gentleman of wealth refinement swam over to the island pushing it ahead and high respectability It is not even in itself but it is the fruitful parent of becomes that he had the that he of us dont know when I have talked hinted against him injuring his office many other vices so involved whotoils from intention of in the victim of it gets or thought of this before Once on the slightest as island we put on our clothes again and boy but the law says that ignorance which it is almost impossible to escape its commands does waited fishing with pinhooks from a log of frompunislimcnt not grant immuni- It makes the merchant wasteful of time Parish was indicted it sap3 the business reputation of the with not Tery much success By and by ty For years the venerable defendant has lawyer add it injures the prospect of the we saw a strange smoke down the river and presently up it came wheezing and been a man with a grievance He was mechanic who might otherwise rise to puffing and splashing along like some convinced that emissaries of the French fortune in a word there is not a profes- Â¬ wild animal There were no paddle Government were seeking to wrest from sion nor a station in life which is not boxes and the wheels were visible and him certain valuable papers These he liable to the canker of the destructive drawer of a the engine and boiler set up on deck exÂ¬ placed in a ho occupied desk in his ofÂ¬ habitis a fact not in conjuncalways remembered It posed to the elements It went about fice which The four or five miles to the hour and passed tion with a several other lawyersdrawers that Napoleons great victories were won by infusing into his subordinates tho within twenty rods of us on the island desk was plain one having two Ou heavy pieces of wood It was well calculated to inspire awe for in it placed them the front attached to necessity of punctuality to tho minute near plan to manamvre over It was it burnt pine wood and poured fire from were were a number of pieces of wire spaces his country so as to renderlarge which of the smoke stack like an active volcano its bent The progress of this country must eachdrawerat an angle In tho center of enemy uncertain where he was about to the was the barrel of an old horse Btrike a blow and then suddenly to con- Â¬ be astonishing to you Mr Weed slugs and More than can tell you I passed pistol loaded with leaden sprinkled tho centrate his forces and fall with irresisti- Â¬ bottom with ble power on some weak point of the through the site of the present city of powder of the drawer was Syracuse when it was an impenetrable barrel were On a lino with the pistol extended lines of the foe The execution Â¬ several matches cut short of this system demanded that each divisswamp not a house or a vestige of a with house its only inhabitants snakes and front their heads sticking up andin ion of the army should arrive at the speci- Â¬ of them was block of wood on punctually for if owls and toads first came to New the bottom of whicha was placed pieces fied timecome up the battle wasany part failed to lost It 1803 as a cabin boy on a sloop York in sand paper was by imitating this plan that the allies Between the City Hall and Broadway of The arrangement - overthrowing was such that any finally succeeded inthe was the Bridewell the city jaiL There were some crooked roads in the suburbs attempt to open the drawer would draw emperor The whole Waterloo campaign the sand paper over tho match heads turned on these tactics At Mt St Jean between Chambers and Canal streets ignite them was punctual while Grouchy bat above that were only farms and pas explode Mrand thus cause the pistol to Blucher and the result was that Napol- Â¬ Parish claims that posi- Â¬ was not tore with an occasional garden Where Canal street is a stream flowed down to tively this drawer was locked and that eon fell and Wellington triumphed infernal the North Hirer and Broadway crossed theexplode machine could not be made to unless some one was attempt by a rude wooden bridge This city ing it A Checrfnl Wife tof orce open the drawer The office to day seems to me like another world And how can a wife be cheerful if her boy William OTonnell swore that he was sitting in front of the desk and husband docs not try to make and keep so BffirWater I V Sheet or Paper simply jostled it when a terrible ex- Â¬ hermake He goes out for instance ust a business call in the evening Notwe M pabliahinfr a series of at plosion took place There were two bar- Â¬ to txactrre articles on Physics Without rels one of which was burst open with and comes back at 2 in the morning tryÂ¬ Apparatus In tho latest number are the force of the explosion The balls ing to bring all the lamp posts in the grren experiments for boilingwater and from the pistol went through the back of block with him exdin a maudlin stut Belting lead on apiece of paper Take a large hair cloth arm chair which was ter asserts that he only drank one glass a pieee of paper and fold it up as school- Â¬ standing in front of the desk and buried of milk Or when it lias been decided boy do into a square box without a themselves in the doors of a book case at breakfast to serve yesterdays cold lid Hang this up to a walking stick in a small room back some twenty feet meat for to days dinner in the shape of by few threads tad support the stick distant The boy was seriouely injured the succulent and nourishing hash ho a portion of his left hand being torn brings home threo friends and tells them BjpeB books or other convenient props Then a lamp or taper must be placed away Parishs attorney would have that his wife can cook the beef oi Old Hsder this dainty caldron lIn a few liked to enter a plea of insanity to the England to a turn Or he hoe fit of xniHutes the water will boiL The only charge against his client but dared not economy and cant take his wife to the fear is lest the threads should catch face tbe Salters indignationi The Judge concert but manages to take another fire and let the water spill into the lamp held that criminal carelesness had been lady to the theater He finds a thou- Â¬ why he should be cross as fed over the table The flame must proven and so the jury convicted A sand reasonsnot a single reason wh she a bear but therefore not be too large The motion was made for a new trial and shouldnt be as chipper as a squirrel who peper does not bnrnbecause it is wet pending the argument the defendant his winter store of chest- Â¬ has sd even if it raKistnri thtl trot it mil not was permitted to renew his bail Phila nutsjustIflaid inwould be more manly and men bumihrough because the heat impart- - delphii Times not waste all their ill temper on the family circle they would have less to How a Snake Mores be very rapidly conducted away by the Women A snake when on the ground moves complain of in their wives water on the other often with considerable rapidity The cannot endure everything Another experiment of a similar nat tore but perhaps even more striking head is slightly raised and the body A PowerfaJ Disinfectant is as follows Twist up the edges of a and tail progress by means of the per common playing card or other bit of culiar grasping power ef the skin and The Poonah Observer a paper pub Â¬ cardboard bo as to fashion it into a ribs of the underneath parts which en- Â¬ lished in India states that recent experi- Â¬ light tray On this tray place a layer ables consecutive contraction and elon- Â¬ ments made in that country have proved of small shots or bits of lead and heat gation to occur The movementis more that roasted coffee is one of the most pow-Â¬ or less flat itjjer the name of a lamp The lead never coilswith the earth and the snake erful disinfectants not only rendering upward as is often figured animal and vegetable effluva innoxious will Baelt- - but the card will not burn It maybe charred a littlo round the in old and some new paintings and en- Â¬ but actually destroying them A room edges but immediately below the lead gravings It can erect its head and in which meat in an anvanced state of it will not be burned for here again the much of the neck and fore part of the decomposition had been kept for some lead conducts off the heat on one side body and this is also done when the time was instantly deprived of all smell creature is in horizontal coils and on an open coffee roaster being carried as fast as it is supplied on the other quiescent On moving up a stone or through it containing a pound of newly tree the head neck and much of tho roasted coffee In another room the A Useful Instrument Doay may oe placed against the more or effluva occasioned by the clearing out of Undoubtedly to every well regulated less vertical object and a small portion a C0SSTWM Trnfl mmnlaalv mmaJ woman the hairpin is an invaluable ac Â¬ only of the body may be left on the within half a minute by the use of three quisition She can use it in a variety ground but in this position the snake is ounces of fresh coffee The way in of ways as a glove hook button hook liable to fall sideways On moving up a which coffee is used as adisinfectant is even a gimlet on occasion It makes an tree they do not coil themselves round by drying the raw bean then pounding excellent clasp in lieu of a missing and round it like a rope but they may it in a mortar and afterwards roasting buckle Its most obvious use is to fasten do this when still It is wonderful how the powder upon a moderately heated the hair to the head of the wearer The snakes move along and between boughs iron plate until it assumes a back hair is always spiked on with from and taking a turn round one with their The coffee must however be dark hue pure as six to twelve hairpins which hold it so tail end Bwing and look for food and chickory possesses no deodorizing power firmly that it cannot be detached until aiBo uuw mey wiu make themselves up all the hairpins are withdrawn In like into a bunch on a fork of a tree and re- Â¬ An Eggstraordinary Suit manner the bonnet is pinned to the hair mains there without falling They swim A trial took place at Stanford Ky in in an undulating manner but the body with hairpins Unlearned men have often wondered how it was possible for a is wriggled on the same plane as the sur- Â¬ which the following accounts set forth M Htigall light straw hat to keep its place on the face of tho water and not at right angles me matter in controversy very summit of a pyramid of hair from to it but in rushing at their prey both to James Crutchfield debter for thirty Against which the slightest breeze ought ap Â¬ in the water and on land there is more chickens 16f cents each 5 parently to be able to blow it The or less upward or downward bending of which the Major put in as a set oil James Crutchfield to Milton Stigoll part of the body and a rapid thrust of hairpin is the solution of this mystery debtor for feeding eight hens with Being made of the finest quality of the head forward chickens from the 1st of May to tho last wrought iron and strengthened by paint A handsome boy of 1 per month for feeding was 8een lying day of July with as much care as the elevated rail Â¬ hens with chickens 3 Sept 22 1880 road piers it can defy anything but a by the roadside at Carrollton La uo n DOiruu uguiuoii iuu luujur b uc- cyclone and a bonnet fastened with early in tho evening by many persons i half a dozen hairpins becomes as much on their way to a iolitical meeting Ho connt Crutchfield put in tho following M Stigall to James Crutchfield a part of the wearer as her back hair was moaning and Mould not reply to their debtor for eggs laid In every sense it is an instrument of he wasnupstinnn Whov wuciuuea iaoii rooster serving hens hyphens S3 for V drunk and let him alone Tho 1 for manure wondrous power fact was that he had shot himself be Â¬ and feathers 50 cents total 450 cause of a being made up proOld age says the Phrenological He belongedfailure to get Work 0r food Tho issue Each party sworethe trial just Â¬ ceeded to a wealthy New Orleans to the Magazine is almost invariably accom- Â¬ La nm ness of his account and the injustice of ay from home panied by a prominent chin The lady The first who does not put up her hand to her cessful attempt at suicido was not suc- Â¬ his opponents but with the delibera- Â¬ due such chin upon reading this paragraph may from thebut when tho people returned tion and gravity weighed weighty mat- Â¬ his Honor the evidence safely conclude that she is still a daisy if a second meeting they found him dead ters the scales shot having completed the and of justice preponderated net a dumpling against the Major THUBLOTT TVEED A colored Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Ifcvf Theory many has broached some now theories in regard to tho susceptibility of persons to contagious diseases which theories are regarded by some of his homeopath- Â¬ ic brethren as important discoveries Indeed Dr Schlegol considers that Prof Jaeger has proved that the specific gravity of the human body has much to do with its susceptibility to disease or as we might put it tho other way the ability of the body to resist epidemic disease The rule laid down by Prof Jaeger is that tho greater the specifio gravity of tho body or the greater its weight in comparison with the space it occupiesytlho greater is its ability successfully to resist such disease He Â¬ Dr Gustan Jaeger of Stuttgart BITS OF INFORMATION Ger- Â¬ ment of German ingenuity Tins literal translation of the term sub rosa is under tho ros3 i e be- Â¬ tween ourselves It was customary among the ancient Germans on festival occasions to suspend a rose from the ceiling above tho table as a Bymbol that whatever was said during tho feast by thoso present would bo kept as a secret among themselves The papaw grows on a branchless tree in tho East and West Indies It is tho sizo of an ordinary melon and in form it resembles a gourd TheNorth American papaw grows upon tho rich bottom lands of our Southern and Western riversjin shape it ia like the banana tho color is orange and it contains a yellow- Â¬ ish pulp of the consistency of custard The distribution- - of nationalities in the Union army during tho great re-Â¬ bellion was as follows British American English Paper stoves are the latest develop- Â¬ tMonttUu ty or those in whom adipose tissue pre- Â¬ ponderates over solid muscle- aro over-Â¬ burdened with the useless ballast made up mainlyof fat and water which tends to render them susceptible to disease In regard to his statements our opin ion wuiuu uo unit uieie may do an im- Â¬ portant truth in fthcm and indeed we think wchava observed many examples wliich would go to prove his rule But to prove Jus statements and make them acceptable as scientific facts a large number of statistics would be necessary In further pursuance of this idea Prof Jaeger believes that he has discovered a simple way o preventing the accumula- Â¬ tion of fat and water in the system or in other words the means of maintain-Â¬ ing a high specific gravity He thinks that it is only necessary to wear clothing which consists exclusively of wool and to keep warm tho middle lino of the front of the body While we recognize and have often pointed out the special advantages of woolen clothing wo have never noticed that it tended to check obesity and for the present must take the liberty to doubt Prof Jaegers rem- Â¬ edy for low specific gravity is of as much value as the suggestion as to tho specific gravity of the human body and its relation to the susceptibility to con- Â¬ tagious diseases Dr Footes Health - says that persons of low specific gravi Â¬ NUve American Irish Gnnan Other foreigner Foreigners nativity unknown ToUl 1523300 83800 15800 H4200 176800 48400 26JS00 T erCtnt 7548 26S 714 133 226 876 238 10000 2018200 utoJjaLyette I I Â¬ Â¬ there is nothing surprising in the fact that he survived his wedding day but thirteen anon ths and just a month after the funeral Catherine went to church again with another widower who was carried off by dropsy four years later She mourned him nine months and then replaced him by a young man of 38 who lasted four years only The young man was not apparently regretted so much as the old one since eight weeks after his demise the widow married a butcher who in his turn succumbed at the end of six years Nine months had not run their course ero Catherine found him a Bnccessor and this one her sixth husÂ¬ band was so Tobust and stalwart that the neighbors predicted he would out- Â¬ live his wife This prediction was not realized Catherine being a widow for the sixth time four months after the marriage had been celebrated Number seven having followed his predecessors to the grave this untiring widow is mak Â¬ ing the requisite preparations for tho tying of the eight nuptial knot This wife of many husbands must weVould think have some difficulty in recsJct- ing wnat her name is having cha eignt tunes in the course of thirty Different Customs In Franco they have many customs which seem strange to us In the hotels all the ornamental functions In the business are discharged by the lady while the man does the hard work It i3 the husband who cooks and hi3 wife who sits behind the inn counter airing her smarsilkgqwn and cap strings Frenchmen are great kissers and shakers of hands but the latter courtesy is not Eracticed between sexes A Frenchman a lady without extending his palm and would be thought very forward indeed if he tried to shake hands with an unmarried lady Ho might kiss a married lady however on New Years day or in an outburst of great emotion on any other occasion without anybody even tho husband de-Â¬ murring and he may embrace mem- Â¬ bers of his own sex af all times A French grown up son kisses his father and alludes to him as papa and as iverybody knows a son jsmust ask his papas consent to his marriage no matter how old he may be Young Frenchmen never propose in person decorum requires the offices of a third person It is safe to call all French- Â¬ men Bir and address all Frenchwomen even to theBtreet fruit sellers as mad amoigelle jr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- A Frequently Married Woman A woman who has buried seven hus Â¬ bands before reaching tho age of 50 would it might be thought experience some difficulties in persuadingon eighth to lead fier to the altar ThoPesth newspapers relate that Catherino Cesas sia now a widow for the seventh time has found a courageous Hungarian will- Â¬ ing and anxious to marry this lady who contracted her first union at the age of 11 Within fifteen months she was a widow her husband having died oLconsumption but a year later she donned bridal attiro again and wed doda widower of 95 Considering the advanced age of this second bridegroom The origin of the game of billiards is uncertain pi though several stories are told concerning it It was imported in Britain from France and was known to Englishmen by name as early as the six- Â¬ teenth century since Shakspeare speaks of it he seems to have been little less than omniscient in several of his dramas He even portrays Cleopatra as amusing herself with billiards but this is unquestionably ono of the palpable anachronisms to which ho appears to have been indifferent and which he scattered tnroughout his plays The game itself was in all likelihood mediaeval but as played nowadays is comparatively mod ern For two centuries it was played with only two white balls and when the third red ball was imported into Britain the red winning hazard or holing of the red ball was well nigh the sole object of the players The billiard table of the present is as different as well can be from the billiard table of 200 years ago as persons know who have noticed their evolutions as represented by the tables of divers eras The greatest billiardist8 aro the Russians Spaniards French and Americans who now play it more than any other nation Every year the popularity of the game increases Â¬ Â¬ Jinking a Dog Drunk As an evidence that whisky is an in- Â¬ fallible antidote against poison we will state that Mr J w Jackson while out on the prairie some few days ago with his fine blooded hunting dogs had one of them bitten by an enormous mocca- sin snake The reptile fastened his fangs on the edge of the dogs tongue from which a perfect stream of blood is sued Such was the force of the virus practitioner Dr Health that the wound inflicted became instantly Ibofcs black and tho dogs tongue and lower Monthly jaw had commenced swelling rapidly TnE thoughtlessness of people is so great in and alarrningly The owner having regard to watchfulness against Colds etc that with him a flask of whisky lost ttcroitnot for tho wonderful curative power in pouring down the animals no time throat of Dr Bolls Cough Syrup we should shudder about one half of it As soon os the at tho fate of guch whisky took effect tho dog lay stretched Bap as a thing is it may bo worse A out as if dead but ho was only drunk bulbous nose is not a pretty feature but as he soon revived from his stupor and it is not improved by being broken was seemingly as well as over The though it may bo made less prominent place struck by the snako rotted and fell i Halabuul fevers can be prevented also other out SL Landry La Democrat -- The Pnlso Many erroneous impressions prevail about the pulso as indicative of health or disease a common notion being that its beatings are much more uniform than they really are Frequency varies with ago In the now born infant tho beat Â¬ ings aro from 130 to 140 per minute in the second year from 100 to 115 from the seventh to tho fourteenth year 80 to 90 from the fourteenth to tho twenty first year from 75 to 85 from tho twenty-first to the sixtieth year from 70 to 75 After that period tho pulse is gen Â¬ erally thought to decline but medical authorities differ radically on this point having expressed the most contradictory opinions Younor persons are often found whoso pnlses are below 60 and there have been many instances of pulses habitually reaclung 100 or not exceed Â¬ ing 50 without apparent disease Sex especially in adults influences the pulse and in women it beats more rapidly than in men Muscular exertion even posi- Â¬ tion materially affects the pulse Its average frequency in healthy men is when standing 81 when sitting 71 when lying 66 per minute in women of the samo ago and in tho same posi- Â¬ tions 91 84 and 79 In sleep the pulso is considerably slower than in wakeful- Â¬ ness In certain diseases such as acute dropsy for instance there may bo no more than 20 or 30 per minute Thus one of the commonest diagnostic signs is liable to deceive the most experienced 1 at St Petersburg About 3000 persons live in the Winter Palaco at St Petersburg some of them have been born baptized confirmed and married tvithin its walls There are families which have even hod tho honor of dying out in it and in St Petersburg a contemporary states the story finds common acceptance that there is a meadow somewhere on its roof where cows are pnt out to grass Cer- Â¬ tain it is that there are huge cisterns on the roof which in winter have to be kept from freezing by heating furnaces in the lofts below It is said that before the Russian architectural mind thought of these furnaces the water in the cisterns was kept in a liquid state during winter by red hot cannon balls which after being heated on the roof were dropped into tho water When one of these forced its way through the lead into a ladys apartment nearly setting firo to the palace tho sytem of heating was The Winter Palace changed mi CERiRlEDY FOB RHEUMATISM Neuralgia Sciaiica Lumbago Backache Soreness of Jha Chest Gout Quinsy Sore Throat Swell- Â¬ ings and Sprains Burns and Scalds General Bodily Pains Tooth Ear and Headache Frosted No Preparation on earth equals St Jicom On as a Maft sure simple and cheap External Bemedy A trial entails bat the comparmtirsly trifling outlay of SO Centa and every one suffering with pain can have cheap and poaitlre proof of IU claims Directions In listen Language BOLD BY ALL DBUGQIST3 ASP DEALEE3 Feet and Ears and all ether Pains and Aches miasmatic diseases by occasionally using Dr Stanfords Lxter Invirjorator tho oldest general Family Medicine wmch is recommended as a euro for all diseases caused by a disordered liver Eighty page book sent free Address Dr Banford 162 Broadway New York Vegetine WILL CURE RHEUMATISM Rheumatism is a Disease or the Blood to Care Rheumatism it must be treat- Â¬ ed as a Blood Disease A VOGELER Saltimorr I5MEBIUIHE Xd U8JU CO 5000 will be forfeited and paid by the Malt Bitters Company if Malt Bitters a family medicine prepared by them docs not excel in a fair compctative examination all other com- Â¬ pounds now before the public called Bitters Rheumatism Rheumatism is a diseaso of the blood The blood in this disease is found to contain an excess of fibrin Ycgetinoacts by converting tho blood from its diseased condi- Â¬ tion to a healthy circulation One bottle of Vegctine will give relief but to effect a perma- Â¬ nent cure it must bo taken regularly and may takeeveral bottles especially in casesof long standing Try it and your verdict will bo the same as that of thousands before yon who say I never found so much relief as from the use of Vegetine which Is compounded exclusively of barks roots and herbs THE ONLY MEDICINE That Acts at tbe Same Time on Rev WM TWORTH Recommends MaHR SxxTixs Vegetine for Rheumatum and Sciatica Falx Kit 11 Uiis May 13 1879 THE LIVER VTHE BOWELS -- Insufficient Air not be maintained if the air supply is insufficient The purest air will become vitiated resulting in disease especially in consumption unless there is a con- Â¬ stant means of supply When tho mortality from all causes among the metropolitan police of Lon- Â¬ don was only 90 in 1000 that of the Foot Guards was 141 from consumption alone The barracks furnished the lat-Â¬ ter only about one fourth as much air per maa asis allowed in prison cells The armies of Europe generally are from a similar cause characterized by a large mortality During the Crimean war the rate in the English army was 232 per cent of the total strength that of the French 80 while in our civil war with its openair life it was lessthan 6 Camp fever may be almost banished by cleanliness and fresh air In 1760 Dr Brocklesby having built a large shed as a hospital for wounded soldiers and the mortality proving won- Â¬ derfully slight though the treatment was otherwise the same as elsewhere said I candidly ascribe their fortunate escape more to the benefit of a pure keen air which they breathed therein every moment than to all the medicine they took Thus over a century ago ho stumbled on a law of hygiene now universally accepted by experts No expense was spared in the erection of a new house tor monkeys in the Lon- Â¬ don Zoological Garden to make it as much as possible like an English gentle- Â¬ mans drawing room These animals had been wintered in England several years and were healthy on entering their new house Butinonemonth fifty of the sixty were dead and the rest were dying of consumption The whole trouble was that the room was not prop- Â¬ erly ventilated Before 1836 tho loss of horses in Franco by death wag from 180 to197 per 1000 Enlarged stables reduced the loss to 68 nearly two thirds In England the los3 is reduced to 20 in Germany to 15 Let it not be forgotten that where tho lack is not such as to produce fatal re suits it may variously impair the health Youths Companion Buckwheat Cake and fbe 3fcule When ayoung husband had gone from home and with fond solicitude tele-Â¬ graphed his little wife what have you for breakfast and hows tho body ho received tho brief suggestive reply Buckwheat Cakes and the Measles Wo have the report of a case in our midst not where measles was in the bill of fare but where Sciatio Rheumatism confined Mr J Dawson the well known druggist to his room for a long period It was stated to our reporter in the following words The senior of this firm was at- Â¬ tacked with Sciatic Bhenmatism Decem- Â¬ ber last and for four weeks could scarcely leave his room Ho used St Jacobs OU and is now able to bo at his place of busi- Â¬ ness feeling no worse for his recent af-Â¬ fliction The inference is convincing No matter how perfect are all other hygienic conditions good health can- Â¬ Jxarir tor some year I hare been af tlmeft ranch I eipeciallj troubled withacnt attck of Rheumtxtum Bjihe adrice of frient nfferett tortures from beiatica who knew tbe benefit conferred by Veqxtixz I began IU use and since that time I bare had no attack like thne For soma time past I ha had no I previously suffered return of the trouble except oeeaslonallr a faint intimi Uou which disappeared ou Ukiasafeif aosetof the Vro xtivx X alto take pleasure In recoiding my testimony in ftTorof iU excellent effect in abating an inveterate Salt Bheum and I count it no small pleasure to hare been thus WM T WORTH KespectfoUy made fret raster First St E Church Them trrral nnrans are the natural cleans ers of the system If they voric welL health wlU be perfect If they become clogged oxeaaxai aiseasca aro sure io iquqw wiuk and the KIDNEYS The Foixt or Foixtes Many persons are accustomed to dlsregardallslightsymptoms of Tiet it go as it came But disease saying when ono feels the symptoms of kidney disease such as pain in tho back and loins palpitation to neglect hem is urinary derangement etc the folly of follies Kidney Madder liver and urinary complaints are always liable to end fa- Â¬ tally if neglected The truo cure for them is Hunts Remedy the great kidney and liver medicine There isno symptom or form of kid Â¬ ney disease that Hunts Remedy is not master Trial size 75 cents of Sold by all druggists Will send Vegetine Has Relieved and Cured Sufferers of Rheumatism by the Thousands TERRIBLE SUFFER1NBC Bllloomeu Headache Dyintps Jian- dice Constipation nd Flies or KidÂ¬ ney Complaints GraTtI DlxbttesJ Sediment In the Trine Mlky orBopy Urine or Ehen X matte Fains and Aches are developed because the blod is poisoned with the humors that should hare been expelled naturally will restore the healthy action and all these destroying crlls will be banished neglect but to them and yon will live cured suffer Tryitandyon Thousands have been T1r It inuaaa one mora m m If BEAD THIS Yon Hare Rheumatism Take Medicine KIDNEY WORT nKr uw that TYill Cure You tbe afflicted upon 30 days trial flee On 30 Days iu this paper headed Trial Get Lyons Patent Heel stiffencrs applied to those new boots before yon nm them over Tlie Vallate 7BltCo JIarliall MlcfW their Electro Voltaic Belts to the Butlxk Switch Jxxxnres Co Ijd t May 19 1379 J Ma IT K Stxtxxs Lear Sir HaTing In our family receired great benefit from the Vxorrisne manufactured ly you I thought I would gire yon the facta of the case hoping it might meet the eye of some suffering one who might thu be relieved I have a grandchild about ten years ofage who two years ago or OTer bad a seTere attack of rheumatism and for two long years was under the care of as good a physician a we have in Uua county and yet all this time grew worse tiH we care her up and thought she must die bhe waa much deformed and we were told by a doctor that if she lived rhe would always bedeformea but thankx to Vaa xrrsK she is to day perfectly well and aa straight as an arrow Last December we abandoned all hope of the doctor doing any thing for her and commenced using Vkoktixk according to your directions When the flrt bottle was ued up we could not see much improvement but we continued on the second bottle and could see tome change for good She took six bottles and thank God a complete cure was effected in every respect G BURGESS Yours truly andhealthirilloncemoresladdenyonrheart wny suner lonsenrom mo tuiiinn of an aching bacK wny Dear oucn uiu stlpation and Pile Why be bo fearful because of dis Â¬ ordered urine Try a pact cure Too ace at once and be satisfied It it a dry vegctaau compovna una nn Prwl 5 makes six ouarts of Hedlelne or triil act it lor i-- in- - ftr if you jnnnvponuavtast aCHASSCl 5 W rcaKn nw r--- 2z I trail cwni4rrA l rwm EsisUaete Tfc Vegetine is Soltt by all Druggists HWVV 11 III il r W 0fr K the tSArffce 4 V BaaV sfsaHsaH AVI E PiR CACC PI M ffl pmaaTB FRAZER MB Usl B M sMH - saajfBLBAMj X U U 11 IX iHXiil to SI OO a mouth Erery gradu Â¬ ate guaranteed a paTin situation Address VALEyHSE BROd Managers JanesTiUe Wis jesiAii Hvaijnusis ThebestaisdfunniestoialllvEWf iuces wiff I I seed cleanslne imj- sr itlmniatliur without intoxicating If you ara a man of bnslnesdlret raed bT the strain of yonr duties arotd tlmoUnUand as Hop Bitters If yoa are Toon and discretion or disslpa rled or tingle old or poor health or lanzuba nesa rely on Hop Whoever you are irbenrrer TO that youriystem ton 1 f Ton are a man of let- teratoiUnsroTermi night work to res toro brain nerveand I waste use Hop B I suffering from any In Itlon If you are mar I younjr sunering from I nir on a bed of sick Thousands of Soldiers and heirs enti Â¬ Pensions date back to discharge or death Tine Address with stamp limited NEW LAW tled PENSIONS C1EO P O Drawer v 333 Washington E LEMOS Or the Account oftfamanthaa Trials andSutfeiincs with Her Husband Josian etc This Will be the Leading Book ol the Season to SelL TTrbuT0JndforDS cular at nnce and secure territory to POtlOIaAVH BROC 55 WSthXU Ctntl O Xy Wayward Parducr BOOK Agents Wanted DR D C Bitters I iase Bitters nop Tnoosanas aie an mzaUrfrozn aims form of It I d n e v disease that xnJgbt ented bare been pmuse of by a timely 99 ttbO IaAWONTH l73oefctsellinearticlesfntheworldkKam fpCJ r pie free JAY BBOSfcOS Detroii Mich free c in COfl per day at home Samples worth Maine U 10 Address anssos4 Co Portland f tJJ AgenUWanled HARCHISlS Mopuircers RED RIVER VALLEY will positirely cure Female Weakness suca as Falling of tbe Cteitw Leooorrhuea Chronic InOammattoa or Ulceration of the TJteru Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding Painful Suppressed and Irregular Menstrua Â¬ tion ate An old and tellable remedy trend postal card for pamphlet with treatment cores and certificates from FhTsiciaas and patients tc HOWAKTH A BAL Â¬ LARD ttica Hew Tork Sold by all DrngziJta SI JA per bottle cWIon r Â¬ Have you dV- prpiui MUWI plaint dlseaMl ottheatoavuA bomU oloo liccr or Mrwaf I Ton will Del cured If you use P HOP Hop Bitters ItyoaarealraI i is an absolute and lrresieta biecure for drunkenness use ox opium tobaeooor narcotic Sold by drag gists Send for Circular BOrBRTXBS o c St Paul Minneapolis Wheat Lands QAPONiFiED n lJ bees In Use World for sal by 2000000 Acres the ManitoHa BR CO Thrse dollars pr acr allowtd th Mttlcr for break Â¬ ing and coltlratlon For particular apply to Reliable Maker Directions V accompanyFamily Soap for making each Can Ilant nuicxiy nan anti iDiicvsgspAsk jour It la fall weight ana strength grocer nAruiiUan uaiutnootner v fox PENNA SALT MANUFACTURING - Â¬ it It may saveyour Ufa It has saved hun- Â¬ dreds tow spirited trr NEVER D A McKINLAY Ijsnd Commt loner Mt Paal itlnn PHILiADETiPHrA CO FAIL re Bawtr S T ATonmtoOt rm co Do Your Own H HOOVER Printing Itjt b the 6 AFESt Fat PETROLEUM Grand Medal at Philadelphia upoetuon BUY VAQFTTHF Sllrer at ran Esposuion Medal Presses and outfits from 3 to 300 Orer 2000 styles Catalogue and reduced pnee list free of Type Pklladelplita have absorbed from tho room much of the respired and perspired rases and the air of the room will have become purer but tho water will bo utterly filthy This depends on the fact that the water has the faculty of condensing and thereby absorbing all the gases whioh it does without increasing its own The colder tho water is the bulk greater its capacity to contain these gases At ordinary temperature a pint of water WiHcontain a pint of carbonic acid gas and several pints of ammonia This capacity in nearly doubled by- - re ducingthe temperature to that of ice Hence water kept in the room awhile is always unfit for use and should often be renewed whether it has become warm or not And for the same reason the wa ter in a pump stock should all bo pumped out in the morning before any is used That which has stood in the pitcher over night is not fit for cooking purposes in the morning Impure wa Â¬ ter is quite as injurious to the health as impure air and every person should provide the means of obtaining fresh pure water for all domestic uses -- Drinking Impure Water m Setajntoher of ice water ill a room inhabited and in a few hours it will Ill Laws MATRIMONIAL UllIUs IreMBacBdn AJirBICAS BTtatlr Rochester Sentinel Schooling at Home u The Dullwitt family are having a good tdeaL of- - trouble just now Benjamin Franklin the oldest boy brings homo his slate every night and tho father gets mad enough to break it over his head because the poor little fellow cant bee that the quotient in long division ought to be the exact multiplo of the divisor in order to produce the dividend and all the while theold man cant prove it and thats what makes him huffy At the same time Matilda Geraldine the cork- Â¬ screw curled pride of tho family is Irv ing to get her mother to help her bound Servia as it is since tho establishment of Montenegros autonomy and tho poor woman forgets to mix her bread and goes to bed with a string of geographical names in her head long enough to ltound the world Andstill the children stand at tho foot of the class New Haven JiegMcr Â¬ that city was caused by a cow kicking over ailamp in her born and setting it on fire Butthat has not tho slightest effect upon us We believe in that cow and refuse to bo cowM into any other belief New York Advertiser Star Mrs OTieary and her son of Chicago deny that the great conflagration in Â¬ A French physician of note has been studying tho question of fatigue of tho eyes so familiar to literary mon He believes that it is duo to a permanent tension of accommodation the muscles becoming fatigued in their efforts to keep the lens to the curve adapted to the fo- Â¬ cus or in other words the distance of the printed matter As to tho maximum of legibility he finds that other things being equal it does not depend on the height of the letters but on their breadth Profitable Patients The most wonderful and marvelous success in cases where persons are sick or wasting away from a condition of mis erablencss that no one knows what ails them profitable patients for doctors is obtained by tho use of Hop Bitters They begin to cure from tho first dose and keep it up until perfect health and strength ia restored whoever is af- Â¬ flicted in this way need not suffer when they can get Hop Bitters Oincinnati Â¬ jVlllBjar KaaOlyotil Co- - 311 nn Box 9 70000 SOLD YEARLY The trronrlnr popularity and aaelnlneta of CABINET or PARLOR ORGANS Is sbowa by the Tact that EVEXTY THOU SAM au e sold yearly la the Vnlted Stale Tbe best are tbe Founded for lb promotion of Marriage orPrjjie and Mental AdipUtloa Send addrait likeness occupation an exact pronal description of your elf together with One Poll ax and receire the address photo and pergonal description of a person of tha opposite Correspondence so Â¬ ex who dealrea to marry licited and held strictlrpriratt For farther particulars tpplrto EDWIX 31 F It KN C II BUREAU according to tht liuaoei tl acts Instanta I leously producing the most riHTY H natural shades of Black or Brown doSOTMTAIN Lh mnti I utlwnnliA This wonderful substance Is acknowleded by physicians throughout the world to be the best remedy diMorered for the cure of Wounds Burns Rheumatism Skin Dis Â¬ eases Piles Catarrh Chilblains In order that erery one may try it it is pot up in IS ie S3 cent bottles for and household use Obtain it from your druggist and yoa will find it superior to anrthmx roa hare rrnd RISTADOROffiSe appointed toilet for Ladr or i Ltenueman ooiaoTJKng- - sTOS and applied br Hair retMrs Depot 93 Wil Â¬ liam 8U ST cy cRiTTEyroy II Ag 3 CENTSeKhforaerIylO0totl23eahIMae of aulaya Life of Frederick the Great Carlylea Life Bobert Burns III Lamartines Life ticots IV TbosHmihes Manliness ol each formerly SI 5each IArnolds Goldsmiths Vicar of WakeSeld III Literary Revolution MASON oistbjltsd HAMLIN which hua been awarded siqbot dutikctios roa dim surxaioaiTT at xrxax oaz of tho GREAT WORLDS Industrial Exhibitions for thirteen years wA- out m tingit trcrption ltb Important lmprorementa spleadnl organs with great 4S0 8390 and less trice FOR 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extra terms to Agent Address NatiosafcrpausHiaQCo Philadelphia Fa JinUUBD I have suffered Irom a kidney difficulty for tho past ten years accompanied with nervous rhyxiciana eave me but temporary re-Â¬ epasmn lief but after using three and one half bottles of Warners Safe Kidney and Liver cure my nervous upaBms were eiUirely relieved My ago id 77 yearn I recommend this great remedy to all suffering from nervous troubles Mas Maky Reese Easton Fa TnE friends of the late railroad princo Mark Hopkins of California have erect- Â¬ ed an enormous monument over his grave The stones were brought from Fort Laramie and the contractor who placed them in position was paid 50 Tho tomb cost more than any resi- Â¬ 000 dence in San Francisco VKEYSTOHE Off hsCy Many people are afflicted with these lMlhtome diseases but very few ever get well from them this U owing to improper treatment only aa they are readily curable if properly treated Thia w no idle buott but a act I hare proven OTer and orer again by my treatment bebd for my little Bxk free to all il wilt tell ion all about these matter and who I am My largo Book 372 page octavo price 3 by mail Address 1U C K SUOEMAKKU Aural Surgeon Sore Ears Catarrh Head lug Pa monetise miner tricWaorabarpersesptfdtc rnce 2 OO For term or agency addrcM It U OS 31 W 41b Ft Cincinnati O CELLULOID EYE GLASSES s MB 8100 PRE8ENT Sai as Fast and aa this one For a Machine that will Bepresenting tha choicest selected Turtoi Shel and Amber The lightest handsomest and strongest known Sold by Opticians and Jewelers Made by SPI5CER O M CO 18 Maiden Lane N sir Tork 4 T li Â¬ Not a Beverage They are not a beverage but a medicine with curative properties of the highest degree containing no poor whis ky or poisonous drugs They do not tear down an already debilitated system but build it up One bottle contains more hops that is more real hop strength than a barrel of ordinary beer Every druggist in Rochester sells them and the physicians prescribe them JSvening Express on Hop Bitters Â¬ Â¬ PI 0 U n 0 0 P IT D U U n also pf II lithebestconjhmydicine Consumption J Mr Clarence B Stodpard the drug mst informed us that Mr Tionis TTnnA n sufferer with rheumatism for a number of years obtained the greatest relief by the use of St Jacobs OU Monroe Mich Commercial Agents wanted ererywhere losell to families hotels and large con Â¬ sumers largest stock in the coun- x VJJIU quality and term the best Country storekeepers should call or write THE WELLS O Boiiuo zoi rniton bt a y TEA COMlAM PRESENT free Hnd address for particulars F TRIFET 27 School street Boston Mass 7KfStjlss Address Cards List for stamp Agent wanted AM CARD CO Wisooski Yl MRRTRAX auuuiu t r This la the King- of Saw Machines It awa off a 3 foot log la 2 minutes 20000 la use The cheapest machine made and folly warranted Circular free United SUlei Manufacturing Co Chicago II v 07 ON W 30 V DAYS TRIAL adarat homsiivm-f-- Forty-aes will send our Eleciro Yoltaic Belts and otha Electric 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