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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - j5iMM JaiffiXsLAe t -- i 3fij3fs JSfesiSfeW f Kr - JfmiSp fmk - i vsfe - s HUMORS OF THE BAT A PCUUSUXD EVERT FBIDAT BT GEORGE W AJRREIV IIICKJIAX KT OFFICE HEINZE BUILDINQ CLINTON STREET THE HICKMAJN 2 Whes you whalo a boy he blubberf Why not call a hanging a necksecu- - COURIEM 1880 15 rj Hon GHEORGHB WAHIIEN- - Editor Tlo Oldest Nowspapcr in Western Kentucky ESTABLISHED 1859 short Jrioe of Subscription A BARV TARD TIllOEDT Tnr axokst aobictlturist csto boarder HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26 Â¬ rVI NO 9 the suhmki Milkin friend why its eisy miff So there bosj consarn jour tall O coune thr res cows that will act rough Thats right darn ye mash the polll Youd like to try one ehT all right Thats a stool thar In the shed An heres a pail now take that white Or no stranger milk that red tother side - thar thats the way 60 so bossy steady now She wont hook ye Its just her play Ye cant find a gentler cow Squire Skinners Josh Oh yes roilklu is prime fun Hold on great seoti I swon by gosh Dam It shes killed him sures a gun Oh say old fellow raise yer head Cutue now aclJip show aenaa No siree ye aint a bit deal She Just kicked ye oer the fence Hey I pot her from yr Where are you nowT Why in the yard Your hat say np that tree Well yes shes drapped you pobty hard What was the cause that beats me Whats thai you askT What trade her kick What made -- her kick wall Iswar Ye arnestt Why twas just tie trick O milkin with a lit clear THE GYPSY COUNTESS Romantic Incident in the Life of Napoleon Boneparte Bra a surra t Paris was wild with entlrasiasm and shouts of Long live the Emperor came from every street and lane of the great city Applause congratulations and expressions of confidence came to the great conqueror from all quarters At the palace the scene was a brilliant one The magnificent dresses of the ladies their costly velvets and flashing jewels the rich uniforms and court costume blazing with gems of the courtiers and brave Generals of France then the thou sand gleaming lights the gorgeous furniture and ornaments the parade ant1 pomp of royal etiquette made up i bright glowing picture equal to a fairy land Seated under a silken canopy was the Emperor Napoleon and at his side Josephine the Empress whoso quiet yet regal demeanor would havo marked her anywhere as a distinguished personage Napoleon with his pale intellectual countenance his dark piercing eyes and haughty air looked every inch the great General and conqueror The Empress noted for her love and splendor was attired in a rich white silk thickly covered witlygold embroidery and costly lace on her dark shining hair rested a coronet of diamonds and a necklace of the me gems flashed like a river of light on the white throat Her mantle was of imperial purple relieved by small white flowers formed of pearls She was surrounded by a bevy of beau ties whose young charms far out-shone those cf the Creole Empress After the affairs of court and camp liad lceu discusrl and the royal pair had compli- TzzJizfcSt- - jgfeH-jyÂ¬ Â¬ -- rrj -i ontngo satin skirt bjtlice and tiny velvet cap making a charming costume Wliile tho merriment was in the highest a man wrapped in a long dark mantle and masked stole to the side of the monarch who stood in an alcovo watching the dancers and in another moment the flash of a dagger was seen by tho Spanish dancer who threw herself between the would be assassin and tho Emperor Tho blade passed through the founded arm and tho Countess de Lisle sank fainting at teller Napoleons feet while the ian who at Â¬ WD1 you obligo us said tho hand Â¬ tempted tho murder was seaured He some St Aubyn by telling our for- Â¬ proved to bo ono pf tho many enemies of tunes Wo havo come far for Hint rmr- - tho great conqueror whom he styled tyrant and murderer From this time pcmi and hope you will not refuse And for onco tho haimv erallant was nnitwLTara tho ffvpsys lnckystar was in tho humble in his demeanor for the charms ascendant and even Josophino began to of tho girl before him had subdued tho notice tho attentions and favors that wero anger ho felt at tho insolent conduct of lavished upon tho beautiful Countess At length the oyes of tho old Count wero her father a pretense I will read tho future of those who opened heUnder leavo to travel of failingÂ¬ asked and perwish it Let ono at a time come to my health tent ask mo no question but listen to mission was granted Tho Countess ac-Â¬ my words and follow my advice The companied him When they arrived in girl spoke in low musicai tones standing Wales where even to this day can be gracefully and in a careless attitude be- seen ruins of old castles and strongholds fore Hie group At length turning she built centuries ago the Count who had property here left by relatives who had entered the tent Blanche Deveigne her costly silken emigrated from La Bello France to this robe trailing over the bright hued leaves ragged hardy and romantic place he and her white hands flashing with gems confined his guilty spouse in one of the looked the very embodiment of beauty gloomiest castles that was situated in an and patrician birth yet oven she felt isolated spot far away from any other somewhat awed by the imperious manner habitation Hero day after day the beautiful wo- Â¬ of Tara Entering the tent she found tho gypsy seated on a pile of crimson man languished seeing only her stern cushions and as Blanche let the drapery unrelenting husband and her keeper fall at the entrance Tara with ono little At length after two months had passed hand motioned tho court lady to ad- Tara with a fierce light in her dusky vance She did so and the fortuno- - orbs and a smothered wrath darkening ieller taking the snowy jewelled hand her fair face resolved that this tyranny within her own brown palm examined as she termed it should end All the long gloomy day she had sat the lines very attentively at tho barred window of her room her You are fated to see many changes face pale but determined until at twilight and a foreign soil will end your days her husband entered telling her this You Will wed with one whom you love but he will prove false to you but was his farewell visit for said he I lady you may avoid all the sorrow that am about to return to France soon the will come if you will give up your high tyrant tho despot tho one who has station your riches aud luxury and wronged me so deeply will feel my I have concocted a plan marry one who truly loves you but is too vengeance humble for one so haughty as you to for his death that will not fail of being notice You will meet him soon marry achieved and I shall rid myself of a him and be happy or wed the noble and dangerous enemy To night I leave Wales You are to remain hero until your life will be full of shadowsEnding abruptly the girl motioned my return and until the death of your her visitor away and Blanche pale as a lover tho Emperor is accomplished lily after placing some money in tho then madame you will retire to a con- Â¬ hand of Tara left her presence To each vent there to pass tho rest of your days one the sibyl predicted coming events repenting of your sins gave them warning and startled even tho Tara auswerednot a word put clenched most sceptical by her wondrous skill her little hands together and muttered My mind iwnado up I will en- Â¬ That night there wareat rejoicing in softly the encampment for Tsra had received a dure no longer iWd while tho Count large pile of shining gold from those who arose to ring for supper to be brought his wife takingabox of ivory from her bosom had come from the palace About a week after the visit of tho concealed it beneath her handkerchief court party to the gypsy Queen Tara at awaiting tho advent of the evening meaL When tho Count as was his nightly the close of a warm October evening was seated in her favorite haunt near custom drank a class of mulled wine the silvery stream The moon slowly prepared by his valet ho did not notice rising above the distant hills transmitted the slightly bitter taste but in a few the soft gleam to pjethystine mist tho moments he complained of dizziness and faintness and being carried to berk he Â¬ Â¬ - waist her eyes were intensely dusk and full of fire her teeth white and beautiful Her dress was crimson and around her waist a sash of crimson and orange on her bare neck and arms were bands of gold and a small circlet of gold was bound across her forehead In coming forward with a light step she bowed but very distantly and somewhat haughtily and waited for her visitors to speak All both Indies and gentlemen were astonished at tho beauty and apÂ¬ parent refinement of the gypsy fortune-Â¬ His Exact Age When TJnclo Ecuben Clay an old dar koy of about seventy winters dropped into a Detroit tobacco store and was asked his age he promptly replied Wall sah I reckon Izo about as nigh 70 yars olo as dey can make em H you cant read or write or cipher how can you tell Ize kept do dates in my head sah an if youll take a pencil I kin prove my age in no time tall One of the loungers prepared himself with pencil and paper and Undo Reuben proceeded Now sah in what yar did Columbus diskiver America Den sotdatdownWhy what has the discoverer of summarily was 255670 being a decrease America to do with your ago asked sev- Â¬ of 12889 of which decreaso 8702 was in punishablo drunkenness a result eral voices attributes to It makes no diffunco sah Fzegot which Dr Hancock Tho statement tho re- Â¬ to git some pint to reckon from an I Sunday Closing Act take dat one kase its de handiest Put lating to the Landed Estates Court shows that thero was a fall in tho avcrago prico down 1492 realized from eighteen and nine tenths Yes years purchase in 1878 to seventeen and Now den when was do rovolushunary seven tenths in 1879 Tho avcrago of wa fit tho fivo years ended in 1876 was 194 Of In 1776 Exactly Take dat from 1492 and it course fewer sales were effected and the total amount of tho purchaso money was leaves how manyi only 799000 as compared with 1217 Just 284 years Dats krect Now when did dey 000 in 1878 Thero was 1482 bills of sale registered in 1879 as against 800 in fight de next wa Tho 1876 In 1812 14 Take that out and it 1878 and 444 in suite increasedCounty from Court ejectment makes a difference of thirty six years 5942 in 1877 to 7501 in 1878 and 9611 and reduces the figures to 248 Dats all right said Undo Eeuben in 1879 The execution of tho decrees in theso suits by the Sheriff increased Now den as he bent over the figures in what yar did my great grandfather from 1095 in 1878 to2676 in 1879 Tho increase of ejectment suits in the High land in ole Virginny Why how do I know You must uouri oi justice was oniy 4 in on naught and 20 in Ulster while in Lein know if any one The old man scratched his head looked stcr there was an increase of 169 and in Minister 141 As to other creditors tho over Hie figures and said proby Dats kinder enrus Do ole man amount recoveredfrom ordinary civil 480 Â¬ 109900 to cesses increased comes in dar some whar 870 The number of such decrees exe- Â¬ All the men began to langh at him and the old man got up and tied on his cuted was 35091 as against 21678 in 1878 Tho gross total of ejectment pro- Â¬ comforter and said ceedings increased from 2517 to 3526 You white folks neednt feel so mighty peart kase you fink youve got an ole Of this increase of 1009 no less than nigger in a box Ize gwino ober to see 928 wero in ejectments for non payment my son George an Georgo hell take a of rent The amount of compensation piece o chalk an de bottom of a cheer an for disturbance granted in Ulster where begin wid de day dat Cain killed Abel non payment of rent docs not forfeit the an run my aige down to dis werry maw right to compensation was 5290 being nin quickern de smartest o you kin rub only 49 less than in 1878 while for im- Â¬ provements there was an actual increase a so heel Free Press of 239 In the other threo Provinces notwithstanding tho increase in the num- Â¬ Elements of Fopularity in Texas from 1776 It was plain to see as soon as ho en- Â¬ ber of ejectments compensation to 2428 Â¬ for of tered tho sanctum that ho was mad the amountgranted showed decreaseimof a about something Very likely life name provements 1194 or 40 per cent while under the had been mentioned in tho proceedings head of compensation for disturbance of the Recorders Court in connection with the charge of inebriation He was there was a falling off of 2568 or 45 laboring under intehso mental excite- Â¬ ger cent London News ment It was some time before ho could Elephants and Tigers in South Africa control himself enough to speak The district of Uitenhageis just now I have come to see about he rather overrun with wild animals of the this Becorder8 Cour- t- business larger kind and an hours ride from tho gasped painfully liriTiry Its the rule to publish the names of tnwn wnilil elephantssnnrtsmpn into Hie haunX of On and tigers crjjlilrunk nnd are fined all those jvho C In 1492 - - it- giving the criminal and judicial statistics of Ireland for the year 1879 has just been published The indictable offenses not determined summarily num Â¬ ber 8j089 being 1130 more than in 1878 whilojin the latter year the number was 631 it excess of the number in 1877 Tho last year in which thero was a simi- Â¬ lar increase was 1862 Tho increase of 1120 was distributed over thirty five county and -t-own districts tho most marked increases being 228 in Dublin City 217 in the County of Galway and 194 intbe County of Mayo On the other hand Ivfldaro showed a decrease of SGCcTrKEBiaiDglG md Cayan - Book- Irish Criminal Statistics of a Year Dr W Neilson Hancocks bnlky Blue CODXTRY A Matter KOADOLIKIXU is a matter of universal comment with travelers that country road making in the United States is cither a lost art or a science The aver- age selectman or road agent of a country town is usually deplorably ignorant of the first principles of making a good road Nothing will so surely advance tho growth and well being of a tows as well made and well kept roads No part of its domestic economy will tnoro cer Â¬ anil tainly repay tho outtay Nothing oro bespeaks the intelligence andeMttet glandTUid most of its tho roads aro made directly by tho state or tinder its supervision As a result tho contrast between English roads and those of this country is much in favor of tho former A ccmnion and natural mistake of most towns in this country is dependencies- Â¬ It fctood Everywhere From the IUrtfonl Conrant That la Indifferently Under Blocks Romance published af- iy years old that brought hcriMfraVaB made the task of earning hewHLLfcd a little less arduous SeySHL ter she was awarded a TiotuawnValHfee hundred dollars a year SheuraaaHr forty when she marriedeorge Lfllie Craik an officeriK iornHBf lt rmy who had been in t Miss Mulock and al- ars her junior addressed thoujpigP ded in winning her hand UxBcl mmmt tutTlWl m ianr JLvM2IVui Halifax When trains are telescoped tho poor passengers see stars Wirr is a door like a colored woman Because it is an egress Come and seam me I needle little of your aid remarked the piece of doth to the maiden fair CoNSTOERixa that kind words cost nothing what a poor stock of them is in the domestic markets The young woman who witnessed her onng man carried away by a balloon saw er oeau of promise in the sky A Kaxsls paper ends- - a marriage notice The couple left for the East on the night train where they will reside lightens the Love says a writer heart And it has been known to havb precisely the same effect on the pocket book Hioakabe hyrJMJie congenial Ptost it- - is said that what makes a hen look like a penny when she is sitting on a fence is because she has a head on one side and a tail on Hie other Danbtjbt tells of a man who refused to know he said buy a cydopajdia I could nevr learn to ride on one of It I iliewnnbooffensesaciiU3ninod or pubhospiritofits dtizcnsIMJ0B- - 3Sar J tones We want our fortunes told Bring the woman hither for we are not used to waiting Indeed replied the man laughing scornfully as he very deliberately sat down on the mossy ground and took a me thinks my child in his arms haughty gentleman you forget you are away from court where cringing and fawning is the fashion of the hour Here you are in the forests out in free air not more free than we whom you address so loftily We are not used to such a manner Nay I care not for your frowns I am king here and brook no commandsto When you ask in a more fitting way see my daughter I may comply with your request and rising the man was about to retire when Blanche Deveignc the belle and beauty the rarest flower amid all the court exotics came forward and with a smile upon her lovely countenance and a sparkle of mischief in her violet eyes said in her well bred silvery tones Monsieur pardon but you would not disappoint so many especially the We are all so impatient to have ladies j i ikig i ami and Josephine retired to the privacy of uieir own apartments ana then each one gave themselves up to the gayety and enjoyments of the hour What say you to a visit to the gypsy camp said the young Count St Aubyn one of the handsomest gallants at the court I hear that among the tribe is a beautiful girl a sort of Queen to whom all pay homage and this Tata for such is her name has a wonderful gift of seeing into the future can lift the mystic veil and read a page from each life for those whoso curiosity prompts them to take a peep into the dim beyond With all my heart say I exclaimed a bejewelled and perfumed exquisite who stood near the Count I am all impatient to catch a glimpse of the gypsy Queen and to see what the future has in store All the ladies were- - ready and eager to accompany the gentlemen on their visit to the camp and soon carriage after car-Â¬ riage with their gayand lovely occupants rolled away over the shaded avenues out into the beautiful country where the roving band of gypsies were encamped It was a scene for an artist On all sides an autumn hucd forest winch the rays of the declining sun were bathing in a sea of liquid golden light Throjigh the leafy interstices a picturesque en- Â¬ campment of gypsies could bo seen at a little distance Standing apart from the other tents was a small one made of alternate stripes of crimson and white It was near a silvery stream the music of whose running waters made a sweet low melody As the party of high bred court beauties and gay cavaliers ap- Â¬ proached the tents men women and children came out and gazed curiously at the elegantly dressed group Approaching a man who seemed to be the chief St Aubyn said in imperious -- BSHiBlBlBBBVBSlllaaMtfKH Polf W01 A V rt ir till - V JIIUl 11I1 llt vr TimfcT l1 M IL that an intelligent farmer must neces- Â¬ sarily know how to make a Rood road but tho reverse is tho fact Boad making is a subject requiring study and a knowledge of tho natnro of soils not often considered by any but engineers or those to whom such knowledge is a necessary adjunct of their business in life A wcll mado road even in our climate and with the wide differences in soil ingredients will last for years whereas ordinarily the item of repairs on our roads means an entirely changed thoroughfare tho pitch watersheds and general character being more in Hie way of experiment than a scientific and renovation practical The country road maker commences by throwing out Hie big stones on to tho side of the road retaining tho smaller ones when by thoroughly bedding the big stones the best possible foundation is had and with a covering of smaller stones mixed with gravel or even with good loam carefully harrowed and scraped a road bed is formed which will defy both rains and heavy teams Generally tho tyro devotes his time tc heaping up tho material in the center with such a slope as often to interfere with locomotion and which heap Hie first heavy team resolves into deep ruts vitiating its usefulness for any but a sim- Â¬ ilarly heavy team and for it only with constantly increasing strain on tho Yankee ingenuity has invented horses capital road making tools which need but intelligent application to developing such thoroughfares as would make them admired in placo of being a reproach and shame Our country is rich eaough such to place the roads in the hands government as will insure their perfec- Â¬ tion instead of leaving them to town officials without the education or experience necessary to an accomplishment of the object Most of tho roads cast of Hie Connecticut river are sandy and this fact together with Hie indifference or itmorance of those in charge toward improving their character necessarily impedes and etrd Ji natural and Â¬ 9 Â¬ ltJJon our fortunes told by the pretty queen who is said to have the rare gift of second sight Surely your majesty will deign to notice my request made in the most humble manner possible and the maiden made a low sweeping courtesy to the dark browed man before her who for a moment hardly knew whether to be pleased or vexed with the merry girl but at length vanquished by the lovely smiling face and more by the shining gold piece she slipped into Ids hand ho answered You think perhaps that my child is rude ignorant and coarse that she is nothing but a vulgar wandering vagrant She like her tribe You are mistaken is fit to mate with the eagle and she and But you shall see her shall putting a whistle to his lips the man blew a shrill call The flowing drapery of crimson and white at the door of the tent occupied by the queen was drawn aside and at the entrance stood the slight girlish figure of Tara a dark complexion but with a vivid blush upon har cheeks and lips Her hair was bluish black and was braided in massive braid falling far below the slender TCHSSSS7Ss lav unrfSf-- 7tpcono ttelirtoc- neath in gi t black patches now and was no more then could be heard the sweet notes of He brought it on himself said his ll the and the merry chirp of wife as she gazed upon him I could crickets Deeply lost in thought the not euduro confinement I who have girl noted not the beauty of tho night always been free as tho wild bird to nor heard tho sound of approaching pass my remaining days in a convent footsteps that thought made me desperate I must I will bo great I care not by When carried to England for trial for what means but rich and powerful I Tara was proved guilty of poisoning her will become my fatheiitells me that my husband she was sentenced to death mother was a lady So daughter of a but bribing her jjRer sho escaped to wealthy land owner in tho north of Eng- Â¬ France where sho onco more gained her land that she was well educated but silly former influence over Napoleon But and romantic meeting the handsome when misfortunes came to the conqueror gypsy lad at a fair she fell in love with defeat exile and despair then Tara him ran away from home and in twoyears tho gypsy forsook her protector and after died in a decline brought on hy friend exposnre and her rude wandering life Years passed In a far off city miles From her I get my refined tastes and away from tho gay French capital a poor love of case and luxury From my old woman wretched sick and infirm father the art of deceiving and talent for wandered about asking charity of those reading character My little spy and who passed her by Every ono noticed helper Antonio is of great service He that around her throat was a blood red by going to tho servants hall and pre- Â¬ cord and day after day as the beggar tending to read their future finds out woman sat in the sun holding out her the secrets of each family and now will hand for alms the cord about her with- Â¬ he come I have waited long and pa- Â¬ ered throat seemed a huge serpent enÂ¬ tiently to gain the desire of my heart I wrapping her in its folds Such were tho must and will be great Ono day sho was missed from her no thoughts of Tara and so deeply was she etistomed place on tho steps of the moss meditating she had not heard tho foot- Â¬ covered cathedral and somo charitable steps that came softly and rapidly over lerson wandering amid the haunts of the mossy ground and not until a deep vice found tho mysterious woman with but musical voice addressed her did she tho cord encircling her neck Sho was awaken from her dreamings dying and her last confession was that I wish to see Tara the gypsy queen she was once the Countess Do Lisle had and looking murdered her husband was condemned can you direct mo to her up the bright moonlight revealed to the to death but escaped and when years girl a gentleman dressed in plain dark afterward she again visited England sho clothes with nothing about him denoting was recognized was arrested but through rank or wealth but underneath his somo unknown influence was released chapeau gleamed out a pair of keen but was condemned to wear a cord about dark eyes aud his face pale and intel- Â¬ her neck for the remainder of her days Thus ended the lifo of the Gypsy Coun Â¬ lectual was stamped with nobility while he had an air as though born to com- Â¬ tess and Napoleon oncp her friend and protector died in exile Truly our sins mand Sire you see before you tho humble will find us out personage you deign to seek command me for I am your obedient servant The Gain of a Loss And the wily gypsy knelt humbly at tho The following circumstance actually Â¬ feet of Napoleon for she knew him im- occurred in Dublin a short time back mediately Struck by her great beauty the Em- Â¬ MrL thowas much attached to MissÂ¬ C young peror raised her from the ground and plished heiress to beautiful and accom a property of some with looks of admiration wliich were not 15000 per annum but being himself lost on the cunning artful fortune tellerv lord of no other earthly possessions than he bade her lead tho way to her tent as looks he wished his fortune told He had talents aud good not only lfo a never told of refusal on fearful heard of her wonderful talent at nredict- - his love of tho lady to reciprocate the to the part ing future events aud he whhed her of the probable imputa- Â¬ tell him something of the past a little sentiment but motives by her friends tion of mercenary of tho present but more of tho future C however had sufficient peno- An hour passed aud when tho Em- Â¬ Miss tration to discover the genuine and dis- Â¬ peror left the gypsy camp it was with a interested affection of the swain and tho lighter step and a smilo on his highly praiseworthy sensitiveness which for in Np -- zr uutnro caused him to shrink from its avowal countenance superstition and ho She was by no means indisposed to en- Â¬ was mi i there irc Hjitlj ualisvcd all that Tara had told courage his suit but tho consciousness him She had flattered him by tho bright of Iiis comparative poverty rendered pictures she drew of the brilliant future more than the ordinary eucouragoment telling of more victories more conquests given by a lady to her suitor necessary and that emperors kings and princes to stimulate his courage to propound Uio would humbly sue for favors at his decisive inquiry How was she then to hands Nothing was said of defeat dis Â¬ give expression to her sentiments re-Â¬ appointment or sorrow all was roso garding him without at the same timo hned and full of brilliant promise maiden overstepping the bounds of One year passed rapidly away Then modesty Sho proposed a game at there appeared at court a new star cards a fresh exotic amid the bouquet of rare For what stakes shall wo play flowers ono whoso dark rich beauty fnr asked Mr L outshone tho cold stately lily Blanche Theres my stako said tho lady All recognize in Madame Dcveigno throwing down a soveieigu iiiou win Countebs do Lisle Tara tho gypsy All you win it if win I win yourself I She knows her as tho am aware I have no chance of winning but tho Empress wife of one of tho haughtiest and most though against so expert a player as powerful nobles of tho empire and his you romantic meeting with Hie beauty love was indeed about tho best Mr L at first sight the marriage sanctioned player in Dublin while his fair antagon Â¬ by the Emperor etc all these facts ist know little or nothing of tho game were known but tho infatuation of Na Strange to say however on this occasion poleau for tho gypsy Countess his daily his luck deserted him Tho poor gentle- Â¬ interviews her predictions and her in-Â¬ man was so unfortunate as to loso both fluence these facts were a secret even tho game and himself and won the from the vain old Count who fondly heiress Their marriage was celebrated imagined his fair wife was a pattern of at St St Peters Ono night a prudence and virtue masked ball was given by tho Empress The price of a wife in Siberia is eight The Siberian wife worth her Tho costumes were all that wealth dogs could make them perfect and costly in weight in sausage must be an oxtrordi Philadelphia Chronicle Among the maskers uary woman tho highest degree whir whip-poor-wi- 3J- - you knowr GEonorE fonrr years old atthe iteaij some nmimnMi rr-- itable Mamma may havo Trr sal fcelnifr bafl WXttL juu0us WnU fHl A u wj9 Mmmo of ever hcarincr herself called mother Georgia surprised Why This was a severe sorrow but even this Georgia pain has been partly assuaged Strangely ma its me at wants em Yes Philip 11 tho young lady bo enough one dark rainy night whilo sho and her husband were speaking of diil good tempered while suffering from what dren and of tho joy and brightness Uiey her father calls the epizootic it is safe to bring to so many dwellings there came say that she will endure all the small ills a loud ring at tho bell and theft a furious of life in a graceful way Boston Courier Liquors aro not among the things al- Â¬ knocking On opening the door lying upon the sill they found a basket en Â¬ lowed to be entered at agricultural fairs closed in many wrappings When they The anxiety of all the directors to bo were removed they discovered a lovely judges of that department and a fight little baby only a few hours old Tho to settle it were found to be disasterous child was wrapped in ono roll after an- Â¬ when tried other of India muslin and on its breast A Nebraska Indian contrived to swal-Â¬ was pinned a note begging Mrs Craik to low a lot of dynamite and now ho can be kind to tho little waif thus brought to stand around the corners and call a white her door and assuring her that no mean man anything ho chooses without being blood tlowed in its veins Tenderly she kicked for his insolenee Theyre shy of lifted tho little thing in her arms and jarring him even her heart opened as warmly to tike in Mamma Why my dear Willie what the poor little deserted creature They in tho world is Hio matter with little OsÂ¬ called tho child Dorothea God given Willie Well were play cars head and she becamo their legally adopted in William Tell and somehow my ar- Â¬ and as row wont hit the apple but keeps plug daughter as tenderly cherished passionately loved as though she had gin his eyes and nose been their own The word love in ono of tho Indian dialects is chemleadamonghkanagogoger a Checrfal Word Speak This accounts for the fact that Indians Did you ever go out in the morning never have but one sweetheart at a time with a heart so depressed and saddened You couldnt expect a man to attend to that a pall seemed spread all over the two chemlendamonghkanagogager affairs world But on meeting somo friend at onco Boston Post who spoke cheerfully for a minute or two As Irish porter closing a shop ono if only upon indifferent matters yon rainy evening took off his coat while have felt yourself wonderfully lightened putting np the shutters When asked Every chUd dropping into your house on why he went ont in his shirt sleeves in an errand has brought in a ray of sun Â¬ the rain sure said he dont want a I shine which did not depart when he went dry coat to go home in his way again It is a blessed thing to I tjxdebstakd said the Galveston speak a cheerful word when you can that yon are a confirmed Recorder The heart knoweth its own bitterness Dats whar you is too soon the world over and good words to such drunkard I hearts aro like apples of gold in pic- Â¬ Jedge yit aintdobeen confirmed in no but Blue Light Baptises tures of silver Even the strangers we church meet casually by the way in e trav- Â¬ is gibbing Satan a heap ob worry about elers waiting room are unconsciously me A IiAdt wants to know why the rail Â¬ influenced by the tone we use It is the one with pleasant words on his lips to road companies do not provide special whom strangers in strange lands apply cars for tobacco chewers as well as for Bless your innocent heart for advice and direction in their perplex- Â¬ smokers ities Take it as a compliment if some Tobacco chewers are not so particular as wayfarer comes to you to direct him that An ordinary passenger car is good which street or what train to take your enough for them A Memphis man wanted to kill a mos manner has sfruck him as belonging to ono lie can uruf u jt is naru sometimes quito on Hie back of a friends neck and to speak a plea Rant wonl oftjiFBf i companions life was all thoy coum one exception Ihewo- e for children amounted Philip ion who wrote - Never borrow trouble said a hus- Oh let her borrow it band to his wife exclaimed Hie next door if she can neighbor she never returns anything the pesky things Jnlt -- I LKk rmr s ZJ I want my uamu been drunk wrong 1 am going to run for a city office and I wanted to use that issuo of tho JVctra as a campaign document It would havo made mo popular with the boys and here you go and get my name wrong and some ether fellow will get credit for it Well what do you want I want to be vindicated I want you to come out in a card stating it was mo John Snooks and not Isaac Snooks as you have it who got drunk aud smashed a gas lamp I want it to bo understood by tho voters that I was tho man whom six policemen took three quarters of an hour to take to the lock up a distance of only 150 yards Ive been slandered and if I am not put before tho public in but you got my initials in the paper asP my true light ages to get my name in the paper so people would know I am duly qualified Galveston News Thats what I got drunk for was Ill bring suit for dam- Â¬ All the Bagc We see nowadays city and country houses which look rather like shops for c and rich the exhibition of hangings than homes in which people ex- Â¬ pect to get comfort The rooms upon which somo famous upholsterer has lav- Â¬ ished the resources of his stock may re Â¬ mind ono of tho modern scenic seats on the stage of a theater and there seems to be little provision for tho substantial Every--thin- g enjoyment of their occupants in them is harmonious enough perhaps except the people In color and composition they suggest a picture but the inmates of tho house aro out of placo as the living figures in it Thoy dont belong among such surroundings aud they cant be comfortablo amid all this tasteful and splendid display But unquestionably peoples houses aro looking better than thoy formerly did and more particularly those of peo- Â¬ ple of moderate means For the hap- Â¬ piest thing about the modern decoration is that its effects aro produced rather by colors than materials and very inexpen Â¬ sive fabrics will sorve the purpose Cot- Â¬ ton stuffs as for instance cotton flan- Â¬ nel will take tho most delicate dyes and yield tints of remarkable beauty And our own wallpapers which are now in unexampled demand may be bought for a small price and yet bo of patterns and colors which will satisfy a critical artistic taste New York Sun bric-a-bra- through vmiio UKitd of elephants Coeca Gen Nixons estate Bal moral seven miles from town is actual overrun with the hugo animals and they havo become very troublesome on tho generals farm Doom Kraal occupied by Col Ashburner tearing down the fences destroying the crops and scatter Â¬ ing even tho prickly pears in all direc- Â¬ tions The place is about eight miles from Uitenhage The farm Kamachs which adjoius Uitenhage and may bo reached in twenty minutes is just now subject to great destruction from porcu- Â¬ pines bush bucks and tigers On Sunday afternoon last Mr Harry Marshall of her majestys customs nar- Â¬ rowly escaped an encounter with a tiger He was spending tho day with Mr Clarke at tho farm Kamachs and in tho after- Â¬ noon went for a quiet stroll gun in hand along the kloof to the favorite picnic spot near the dam and suddenly came upon a tiger drinking at the stream Ho impulsively leveled Hie gun at the beast and pulled the trigger but tho cap missed fire Tho animal then with a snarl ascended the celebrated wild fig tree tho bark of which is scored all over with tho names of pleasure seekers who havo from time to timo visited tho spot Mr Marshall attempted a second timo to fire with no better result than at first It then occurred to him that it might possibly bo fortunate for him that his gun refused lire for had he wounded tho brute it certainly would havo attacked him Mr Clarkes ostrich camps have been greatly disturbed lately by tigers the spoors of which have been found in tho camp and on one occasion the tigers hair found on the claw of a bird indicated an encounter in which the ostrich camo off victor A grand hunt upon Hio farm will shortly tako place at which somo exciting sport may bo expected The danger that Mr Marshall escaped may bo guessed by thoso who remember the cronching and scratching that Mr Hay ward of Great Winterbrook received some years ago from a wounded tiger Tho brute had been caught in a trap and sprung at Mr Hayward as ho ap- Â¬ proached literally biting his wrist through and scalping him Mr Mar- Â¬ shalls animal has not yet been captured although parties have been on Hie look- Â¬ out for him ever since Uitenhage Times Tho Two Charges at Balaklava In describing Balaklava writershither rr BF5S fcounuTS jf He Obeyed Orders this side of Detroit that a man entered the car took a seat and devoted his attention to the morning paper After a time the conductor camo along and tondied him gently on the shoulder but without effect Again he tapped tho passenger on tho arm but there was no response and the official s It was just tintL ni donyr goo uuo iiu wppuriuu to speaK a cheering word you can often send a full beam of sunshine into the heart of some sorrow Â¬ ing absent friend by sitting down and writing a good warm hearted letter tiprgus nun while mXCttSVavSxpfaihea TOXT hafl ft SIV nn Tll atra orwt lv coming annoyed at the frequent inquiries of his friends regarding it ho wrote on a card which he pinned conspicuously on the lapel of his coat the following Sty had it about two weeks hurts like blazes This effectually shortened all conversation on an unpleasant subject Cam itiuti dJ had to speak Ticket sir The traveler looked wearily up from his paper and said I havent any ticket Money thensaid the conductor I havent any money You must get off at tho next station Â¬ The train stopped at the next station started again and was bowling along at thirty miles an hour when the conduc- Â¬ tor again came through and saw the traveler on tho samo seat as before I told you to get out of this car ho said somewhat sternly Yon did Why didnt you do it I did And then got on again I did Now look here my friend I dont want any nioro of this nonsense Get out of the car at the next station and stay out You hear me Again the train stopped and again it startetl and again but in another car the conductor found the self samo trav- Â¬ eler as calm as a Juno morning You here again he asked 1 I will was Hie submissive re-Â¬ sponse and tho conductor passed along str An Interesting Puzzle Perhaps some of our readers are not familiar with the following puzzlo A young man asked an old man for his daughter in marriage Tho answer was Go into tho orchard and bring in a parcel of apples Give me one half of the whole number and tho mother one half of tho balance and half an applo over and tho daughter one half of tho remainder and half an aiplo over and have ono left for yourself without cut- Â¬ ting the apple and then if sho is will- Â¬ ing you can havo her Ho solved the question aud how many did he bring Fourteen as you can easily prove The old woman was to havo one half of tho balance which would bo three and a half and half an apple over wliich would mako four apÂ¬ ples for her There would bo three apples left of which tho daughter was to nave one half and half an applo over which would give her two and leave tho lover his own without cutting tho apple I the Emperor cpuldbo distinguished by Herald his air of haughty serve and his favor- Â¬ Jim which had you Now jest ite attitudo when standing apart from r a a gas meter tho crowd Hovering near him was a rather bo meter by moon light alone or a garb of a Spanish dancer the lady in the in water-moto- Henry Ward Beecher But Mr Beecher when you recognize your landlord only half a blockmway and it is three days past rent day and thero aro two cross streets an alley and threo four story stairways with rear exits winking at you from the near side of tho street aro we is a man that in to go straight ahead and collide with the land- Â¬ lord Oh nonsense what kind of talk is that to give a debt laden people with money at 9 per cent and your summer clothes not paid for advised 1 Dont get out of anylKnlys way to havo been so deeply imbued with ad- Â¬ miration of tho Light Brigade charge that they havo generaUy devoted but lit- Â¬ tle space to that of the Heavy Brigade but tho latter was a g and affair never- Â¬ theless Tho Heavies were dragoon guards large strong men and with their scarlet jackets white gaunUets and with tho exception of the Grays who wore bear skins brass helmets they mado a gallant show as charging with sabres en tierce tho turf flying from the hoofs of tho horses and tho earth liter- Â¬ ally trembling under their thundering rush they struck tho enemy with a shock that could bo heard all over tho valley nnd with an effect that almost chilled tho blood of tho beholder Thoy fought sabro to sabre against great odds ami won Tho light charge was daring bril- Â¬ liant dazzling but at no point did it apÂ¬ pear more so than when amid smoke and flamo they closed on tho battery Then when men and horses wero lost to view wo knew that thoy were still thero and doing their duty bravely for like forked lightning playing through a thunder-cloud wo could see the gleaming and flashing of their sabres and lances I havo beheld many cavalry charges sinco then says a lotter writer but tho two charges at Balaklava will remain fresh in my memory while life lasts TnE Boston Transcript says that civilian is only another form of barbar- Â¬ ism or words to that effect We think so every timo we see a selfish brute tak Â¬ ing up a whole seat in a railway carriage while some pale faced woman or tired man is compelled to travel through the entire length of tho train in order to find a gentleman or a lady just what I tell you At tho next sta- Â¬ tion got off this train and stay off Do just what I tell you or you will get into trouble Agreed said tho travder and tho conductor passed on Again the train stopped and started and again the traveler turned up on the train The conductor was just reaching for the bell rope to stop the train and eject him summarily when tho traveler stayed his hand told mo to do just as you ordered I gat out and stayed out until you said All aboard Then I got aboard for I didnt want to get into trouble you I tell you to get off tliis train and stay off No did No yon told me to get out of that car and stay out and I did Now my friend said the condnc tor listen to me and mind you do Didnt Yes I I obeyed orders ho said You know Tho conductor gave him his hand and it was noticed that later in the day Uiey ate together in the dining car and ate heartily Boston Transcript First Efforts I long for somo patent method for con- Â¬ vincing every mau woman and child who is poor unhappy or wants pin monoy that thoy cannot rush into litera- Â¬ ture pell mell and make- - money at will Above all I should liko a legal penalty imposed upon overy ono who sends a first effort to me It is au equal effort and by no means my first for mo to read their poetry and for them to write it I am fast becoming a misanthrope from tho amount of trash garnished with neither bense grammar rhyme nor metre that my fellow crea- Â¬ tures perpetrate with a view of famo nnd fortuno Will anyone ever convince this crowd of imbeciles that to write even decently demands previous cultivation information and common sense or that real genius is like any other diamond nnd needs careful cultivating and polish- Â¬ ing I suppose not Atlantic Mayazinc The Detroit Free Press gives a long list of definitions of words from tho thieves dialect Tho Boston Post thinks Uiat this will be a great help to new settlers in Detroit who ditwant to appear ignorant in good society ter To another Solomon said What is your trade and the reply daybreak next morning I say Bill ara was you awake Ive been wide awake for A nfason the lasttwo hours Lend me five dol- Â¬ And who makes your tools lars Ive dozed off again I knew The blacksmith replied the mason you were lying when you said you were A third stated that he was a stone- Â¬ wide awake cutter and that the blacksmith also made liis tools The fourth man that An Astonished Flunkey Kiug Solomon addressed was the black Lord Rcdesdale somewhat shabbily Ho was a powerful man em it h himself with bared arms on which the muscles dressed as is his wont recenUy went to stood put in bold relief seemingly almost see the foreign minister Knocking at the door he was received by tho footas hard a the metal he worked And what is your trade my good man who without knowing who Lord Rcdesdale was informed him curtly that man said the King laconically replied tho Lord Granville was not home Blacksmith But look ere continued the flunkey man of Hie anvil and sledge just run and get me a pint of arf and arf And who makes your tools producing a jug Make em myself said the black- Â¬ will you Certain-Â¬ ly replied Lord Redesdale and taking smith Hie jug away he toddled for the beer Whereupon King Solomon immediately proclaimed him King of Mechanics be- Â¬ Bringing it back he handed it to the cause he could not only make his own footman who first of all took a regular tools but all other artisans were forced quencher and then Lord Redesdale politely dedining the offer of a drinV to go to him to have their tools made quietly remarked Oh by the by when your master comes in tell him that Rhyming Made Easy The Tribune has fitted np a room for the Earl Redesdale called to see him tho exclusive use of its poets and has You may imagine howthe footman felt introduced its new system of rhyming at that sublime moment and how Lord Granville charts which are designed to aid those him when conveyed his displeasure to after hearing the anecdote songsters who never have any of our difficulty in whooping up the sentiment told amid roars of laughter in every club but aro occasionally a little shy on the he went into he arrived home and had jingle part of their otherwise highly an opportunity of hearing tho flunkeys creditable productions The charts con- Â¬ explanation tain words thatrhymo pretty well and DiviniT for Fresh Water aro adapted to any kind of poetry from tho They havo no fresh water on Hie shore order to the wierd mowing machine of the Persian Gulf at Bahrin but copi- Â¬ verses of Swinburne When a poet ous springs close by at the bottom of the wants something that goes along smooth sex The fresh water is got by diving and easy like Maud S or the price of Tho diver sitting in his boat winds a wheat ho has only to glance at the one big goat skin bag around his left arm tho syllable chart which contains words hand grasping its mouth then takes in hko his right hand a heavy stone to which is Lime Time attached a strong line and thus equipped Crime Dime quickly reaches ho is in search of something with a he plunges in andopening the bag tho If InstanUy over bottom little more get up to it he can refer to the strong jet of fresh water he springs the next one which contains words like up tho ascending current at the same Item BenUon time closing tho bag and is helped aboard Fly time Venison Tho stono is then hatded up and tho Kedress Despot Maud S Gneua Not diver after taking breath plunges again If tho Swinburne metro is what ho and the queerest thing about it all is that wants Chart No 3 may bo studied to tho sources of the copious snbmarino advantage It reads springs is thought to be in tho green hills Azuro Sky Daffodils Glow of Osmau somo fivo or six hundred ltcfngerator Sorrel Horse miles distant And so forth All poets aro cordially in Â¬ vited to como in and try the scheme The leading millionaires Take tho elevator It may fall somo cisco aro assessed this yearofasSan Fran- Â¬ follows fay Chicago Tribune Leland Stanford S19719000 Charles Our hearts our thoughts our very Crocker 19187000 Mrs Mark Hop Â¬ beings grow tender with age said tho kins S17211900 J W Mackey Jb Co pastor thoughtfully Yes said the S106S0000 J C Flood Co S10500 4470000 James new boarder with a passionate gleam of 000 Wm Sharon uui G Fair S4220000 J C Flood 3 uiuHutscura m ins muu oiue eyes 630000 P Donahue 3220000 N then wo are not hens Nobody Lnning 3170000 Haggin Tevis 3 laughed very much except tho landlady 000000 Daniel Meyer She seemed to enjoy it immensely but 2500000 Jaa when the pudding was brought in it Phdan 2450000 Joseph MacDon was noticed that the new boarder got ough and family 1669000 James M McDonald all tho crust and nono of the Lloyd Tevis dope Sl759000 so it was generally thought that Mrs Sl500000 James B Haggin 1500 000 DO Mills Sl500000 Louis Sloss MoKerrel had dissembled Sl400000 L L Robinson Sl275000 TnE provinco of Buenos Ayres pos R F Morrow 1200000 Robert Sher- Â¬ oesses 54000000 sheep of ahich 18 wood 1100000 Chas Speckles Sl 000000 belong to Irish settlcrsT 000000 Â¬ Solomon and the Blacksmith The story goes that during the build Â¬ ing of Solomons Temple that wic ruler decided to treat tho artisans employed on his famous edifico to a banquet While tho men were enjoying tho good things his bounty had provided King Solomon moved about from table to table endeav- Â¬ oring to become better acquainted with Ids workmen To one he said My friend what is your trade A carpenter And who makes your tools The blacksmith replied the carpen-Â¬ 4 Middlerib impressivdy looking at his wife Indeed I can she exclaimed eagerly running across the room that she might cling to the lapels of his coat while she listened Well said tho brutal man you can do a great deal more than I can then I never could remember one long enough to tell Two friends from the interior put np at a Galveston hotel and were given one room The man in the next room over- Â¬ heard the following conversation about you keep a secret said Mr it sfcKVf 4 S3fefc V A THE HICKMAN COURER rs vas -- - sr KM PfDHrfHEO v 3- - ii l rv rclniY -- uv i V - MCKMAX Omen 7Ae Ht 5 K TT KEXTUCKV A llelnsc ItuiMinp Y Clinton Street j Oldest Aeicspcjicrin - extern CHtacrif- - rt i i irt JfllHnHBftJAj M Vork Centrsl ivili a syndicate they ceiild not iiitiiitid iie or outwit V Pa ltet ralyi is sent Tom Scott lo the Nile and rused his rivair iu the rulway field NOV iC IPSO FRIDAY The niovcmeut of hogs just now to of participating iu the iuaugural pro souiccs ot iulorwatiMi irln a o that Ilii- - two kiiigs ot the Northwest stood the prien of corn wlntat aud iton the in awe before tho reuowned consolida- the packing centers is very heavy One of llic EoiitbsiK chief staple of t hi- - eiuti irn tu io tor ol Wall Sreit The Louisville Quios County Tissue Not 20 1SS0 The CoMrt of Appeals has decided There have been fiftccu case of yel cover t region Gould has ul to tuupi Editor Hickman Courier We see that low fever at Key West since the Sih that thr Act of the Legislature which main steady with j l iiv pubaiitii not fij d it profi bc to invade bJt you are turning the other tide up very says Ihat witnesses for the Common an advance The ndiaur j Huy fiibo i lie Rosion party holdiug controlling fast and will goon uc blowing a Unrtield instant i this vcafon not likely tv ue u ry What vrc want to know is seeing horn inierp ts in a outiiiunus Hue from the All that comes from Ireland shows wealth shall receive no pay for their startling There U only a somewhat Canada border to the Missouri have that you want the Mississippi river im- Â¬ attendance on an examining trial unWe live that affairs aro getting worse instead proved what you really nant of thee staple t grown juietly but traversed tbe less the defendant bhall be convicted smaller supply in the back woods and dont know what of bttcr this year thao last and a slihtl iu Souihwfi ieru desert with steel rails ehe needs We hear the boats whistle by the Circuit Court is null and void every day as though they were running opetiod up tli- - Colorado mining regions The temperance men may1 hold the because it is a premium for witnesses creased demand which would iudicitp iveu couuectioi with llio world to the Wo want to know what is the inatter a slight advance iu price- or at worst Now as we are a reader of your paper balance of power fu the next Indiana to swear falsely unoion city of Smti Fo aud are to Â¬ you will please give yOur views on this Legislature a firm maintainaneu of la t joars quo day pushing stcidily furwurd to ports subject in your next issue for the bene The New York papers have heavy taticJtrs We thiuk it saje for the farm on tho Pucitic iu American and in Eight hundred and fifty Chinamen fit of your readers as some of them are b aniolcs in regard to thousands of ne Boa in the same fix as er and speculators to conclude that Mexican waters having also commenc left California last week for their old -groes stampeding to leave the South Bob may be a Bourbon a Repub homes in the flowery kjngdotn whatever fluctuations may occur up ed work ou a ystem ol railways for The recent the iuterior of Mexico Tjiere is no use making a sensation licarj an ignoramus or a clever fellow or down that prices will ultimate Some Northern tyjtflirtors have about it The the negroes or any por Â¬ hold not muchabjito or below present efforts lor the iuterior of Mexico If but anywise his style represents n recent efforts for iho con olidation of in New tion of them want to leave why let figures houiht 700000 The Department of Agrieu tho Union aud Central Pacific roads type of the day in politics Our cee Mexico to sell to negro exodusters them leave and go in peace Why turc has just issued the lolluwiug a to opened tho eyes of iho public The tion has been curt ed with n school of Great bitterness exists in Ireland make a fuss about it coun Thousands of appeal of Seuor Romero tor aid for political demagogues who have tried between the laud league and the Gov white people have gone west to bolter Mextcau railway was a surprise The The crop of corn howi no incre-i-to educate the people to opposo all CALL civil war may be the re their condition and those of the ne over that of ldt year but r nhor a announcement tlit the United Slaes A measures aud movements for the prog- ernment slight decline lor tho vliole couutry Supreme Couri has handed over to its groes who desire can do likewise ress improvement and devclopmcntof suit 1 he Atlantic Slater all show au in stockholders the Mi iurt Kausa- - and The anti Jewish agitation is tho ab eouI harrowing heir country on the GO TO THE creano particularly the State i o New Texas enterprise unveis another feat The Peruocrats in Congress ought York New Jersey leuusylvania and ure ot wliit is alleged to be Jay plea that such measures were uncon- Â¬ sorbibg question in Germany It will to solidly work aud vote for an amend Virgiuii The Gulf States suffered Goulds late it transcontinental schpma be hotly discussed in the Chamber at stitutional This unconstitutional ment to the constitution requiring fu- Â¬ from drouth iu tho spring and too The Times of Tuesday gave dispatches argument has helped many demagogues Berlin 0T PHA8ICAN AND SURGEON ture Presidents to be elected by the much rain during tho summer except fiom Texas expo ing Tom Scotts role to office but it hnskilled off improve The National Grange of the Patrons popular vote of the people and to do the State of Texas which almost dnub iu the cast It id now definitely shown HICKMAN KENTUCKY Texas his Professional Services to ments and developments in the South of Husbandry was in session in Wash away with tho Electoral College busi- Â¬ les her product In the States uurth that the Miouri Kan as the citizens of Hickman and vicinity of the Ohio river Oriio aud Michigan road is to be amaigimated with the since tbo war that would have made it ington last week There is life in the ness increase their yield while Iudi ina and Missouri Pacific aud tho Texas Pacific the gr6at power of the Federal Union Goulds West of the Mis wiili its new branches Illiuois decreased The Congressional Committee of the sissippi river Iowa aloue inerei ed her cirque- - to the llio carrying and the nnd the garden spot ef the world N Grande In tho lost election in Kentucky the Whenever one of those hypocritical Democrats polled 1 190G8 Itepubli Louisville District have resigned al yield On the Pacific slope Culiforuia Gull of Mexico to bo extended to tbe Office over Holcombos drug store Res- Â¬ capita and tlij absorption of tho Cen- Â¬ idence Moulton St near Court House stereotyped demagogues can clinch his cans 100059 Grecnbackers 11490 lodging as tho reason that they callod shows an iucioasii tral PajibV wuud give fico communi Â¬ a convention which declared a uomi argument with the charge of Kadi Temperance 253 The bfil authorities aro as to cation with our ports on the Pacifio 57 M Bi nee and the bolter Willis was elected cal or blowing a GarGeld horn it is WIIRAT The Times hds the best authority for The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad which they construo into an expression FFERS HIS PUOFESSIONVL SEU a deadner in their benighted minds The apparent surplus ol wheat over the ritaiMnent that the new Southern Company will take a hand in the ex viccs to the citizens of Hickman and on the part of tho Democracy that their the worlds need is so small that con The country we hope has happily Pcifio completed nearly to Colorado vicinitj press business and operate from New action was disapproved aud they think sideriug the prub tbility ot coa ump wiii be incorporated with the Gould Office Corner room in Laclede House passed beyond the control of this New Orleans home and ibroal inanasiiti system York to tion ut Nothing in the laws or in the mchll the Willis men or dissenters have rather than decreasing there is no good Bourbonic spirit The South has seen charters ol the Picilio roids forbids A special session of Congress con1 fairly won the responsibility of reor Â¬ tbe bleak sterile hills of the Eastern reason to count ou declining price thi huge monopoly nor would tho vened in March will mean tho contin- ganizing tbe Committee The shortness of the Indian corn crop iuterest- - l tho Governmeut as a cred States grow prosperous and rich while uance of Congress iu session uutil the in the United Statc t vill have some nor hi prejudiced thereby The final the riob lands of the South remain The Toronto Globe we judge is effect iu sustaining the price of wheat piupsttion is to coufsr upon General June following at least idle and unremuneralive Government Agjiu it ts not possible for prices to Grant the Presidency of the enterprise UllUIU Luiuiaa tnrraiinn Col Fred Grant says bis father will rather opposed Jo the annexation of development has poured millions into the Dominion to tho United States decline materially without speedily iu not accept a Cabiunt position while TO BY YOUR croasiug the demand which iu turn the nilJs of the Western States aud tVoiIdM Balr Tun The Glubc iuhoneft indignation at will react iu the direction of bighoi Th- - Iict Mi it 75 000 ot stock in the wealth and prosperity is the result tho offer of a foreign mission would be tho very suggestion says Having regard to all tlu fie proposed World Fair in New York prices Medicines Offic- - in Millet Dloek The Sonth is abused persecuted is in the nature of an affront The mos evident determination of tort entering into the present wl i Y3- - iisoa within three day 3 after the ALL operutious performed Tn the most Thehuilding of the railroad to the the whole people of Canada is that their situation it is coaeuidcd that a poor outnumbered as badly at the coii oifonii ot ho bo ikjj id accepted by FANCY TOILET ARTICLES artistic mariner Special attention given polls as in the Held and rich only in City o Mexico by the Jay Gould oom- - country shill not become part of the tinuauce of fair price- - fui wheat i the tiitvi-r- - in the schamc as gratifying TINE P3EUMiS to tlie regulation of childreus teeth Tiw appareut -- nrpius ot fidciice hit cipitaliiU are willing to tbe lung power f her politicians to pany will at once begin with a work- - American Union To such a fate they jusiiGeil viild prefer the maintenance of the 27000000 bushels iu the orid- - whein mvit in i un trii- particularly as the SOAPS nnmt il nf fiFfiy millinno Radical scream uucoueiitntional UUJ j e t statu quo forever They have con- product is not Jj la ge a i to C The Mte ha- not ye bt en selected c while the great car of public itn OILS II og cholera is iucrea ing in Illinois structed enormous public works and tears ot very low prion- there in pre--u- ri tuvoruf the Prospect Park iu DYE STUFFS provements goes dashing on enricLiug to an narmiog extent in some locali Â¬ cheerfully accepted heavy burdens in litll j more if any than iuouzh he Ur jKlv ft e seems in be gaining other sections All this while the ties It is a time of year when it in a order to insure their separate national to supply AXD REAL ESTATE AGENT so iul pi pitive d itie mom it is examined esisteucc ficieucies HICKMAN Fir thii y ir it ii t tie much ho hi the up towu real estate CIGARS AND TOBACCO KY Government goes on appropriating mil serious loss to the small iarmers i St C1 ot wheat produ--rinterest hive abo it jieided their posi- Â¬ on millions of dollars tojmpreve Kasors lions Real Estate Bought Soli Rented Ex bid lair to leeeiv Jj r v ivtr uei i r tion that it iu ii be ou Manhattan Tiiat TirltT It is now ascertained that the Rus changod and Taxes Paid rivers build harbors railroads b in lu M j i i I It must give the editor of the Cour rices for thir iwhjMLj t 0 Ii i 1313 llkllb llH ii UlFUUVCiCU iU i iMmMTiMACHINES i vJillVVjcl - k 1 t imi L - Price of Mutatriptim 82 jse253j n5i c Mulisis have ltiitiEurilcila moTPincnl to rai e a fund of S35U0 join tle iilere l on which to Lo an- Noted frOIll tlie Daill8S lllinllv tn lit itmnnt t rf Pr lrpclflll If Supply and demaiid reiruhtm Ionmss will rueet on tliP Gtli of of the United btitcs So far orly prii-o- - of ill kin is of form 820 000 h and govern ill Ic hern laUcJ luir Hancock a majority in Kentucky Wn hingon dispatches tell lis that The CotiiilBi IioM j it duy vai io513 ueti t aefs the fominji inaugural promtsoi to ex Â¬ uciorc lit reier 13 is fords triul has again liccti post ceed in size and magniGccncc nil pre- have a boiling upon tla iriees poncd to January 4 1SS1 decessors Various military nnd civic fariiior- are to realizn unon the Blue Jeans ViUianii Governor of organizatiou i throughout she country ducts of their larmn su tb t tht v The have already siguified their intention act intelligeuily iu oltiiig Indiana died last Saturday Rsacmiaan THE NEWS j usi j TBiJKXSSlIS Urlif the I liid in t yo lay of Iti- par mi i iting uirfj t Vanlt rt-i- - UitiirustU WWklmm WBeS fliicijo Times Jay Giu d lia lor years apparently OFFERS - riisitn to BSFSfJ si ot Kntnd Rfl esssv mMmwm byXh TSIB ssa Â¬ our nro tev wore c igtiificent success of Elusion Capitalists op li iit tv Snuthwopt The mi di a lull surrender when oijif Id to share the New m the FOILOWJG mmk fcVl Kit ar3V2 35S Tj31 DEST m THE ViOBLDl JLOIUfi 2 -- For the next THIRTY PAYS Â¬ - acresatid Great Reduction in Blankets Great Reduction in Flannels Great Reduction in Overcoats reat Reduction in Linbeys Great Reduction in Cassimere Suits Great Reduction in Ladies Cloaks Great Reduction in Heavy Boots Great Reduction in Jeans Great Reduction in Heavy Slioes Great Reduction in Dress Goods Great Reduction in all Woolen Goods Xmpnro Bl Carb Soda Is of xny lightly dirty appear whitewhile color It It Â¬ oramineCL by VITlS self but a C033rAIISOK CUUItriT iOrf AIS3I AJiX 2IA2ITOTEII BliANO WlU BlloVT atiTereiicc tlie Sco tlint jnnr Baklnc Soda Is xvlilte and PlJKK an should be A LI ror sniaAn rood A suii3Arciiii ued serern ef tha ccmFaiatiT simple Talae ot different bnrnls of Soda i i to diasotro spoonf al of enck kind triUi abont a pinS desstrt cl water hot preferred J in clear rlasst itirrliu Â¬ nntil all is thoroughly dbaolvot The delete rious insoluble cutter in the inferior Soda wilt be sho vn atlrr settling some tweot T Tnirmrin or eocner by the miliy aprnracc4 0fthaaolstioa and tho quantity of Collins Hxx7 taattex aa tat tt - tording to quality Be anra and ask for Church Cos Ssda asA see that their name la on the package and you will eat the pnrest and whitest made The uso ot this with soar milk in prelerenoa to TfciHng lowlier saTea twenty times Its cost Eee one pound packtga tx TalaaKa nfosa tioa and read carefally SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER e PLIffl Al SI FOR TCGRffiVB DRUG STORE DR A IJCWGIII A FAHIS BUCK 1 always Cores and navcr Disappoints Tho worlds great Haa and Boast Cicap rrcialc Pain-Hellerer-for Dr J Outten T Flummer end reliable Â¬ De DE1TTIST a m paskeb lroo4iJ Drugs Patent lll Childrca grow fot Narcotic upon Mothers like and PhysiÂ¬ cians recommend CASTORIA It regulates the Bowels cures TVind Colic allays Feverishncss and destroys Worms PITCHERS CASTOKIAianofc - Â¬ jjttr paints Hugnlette Wilson iifiii irtiiii 1 vhif Ilanh it Pocket Knives laMallrH Varuers Safe Kidusy and Uer Gurs J 1 f un S 4 A vogetaWe propiiraKoa - - 7 pro rata to own rivers were being 5mprovedWbat the South ueedri it more men and mote money and these can ouly come to us through such great developments as tbe improvement of the Mississippi river Improve the Mississippi re- Â¬ deem the vast area of lands of the great valley thersby making every foot healthy and habitable and its rich eoil will invite teeming millions of indubious fons to the Sicutb vvhoac in- Â¬ dustry cumberp Trealth aud identity of iuterest will build us upmatcrially financially politically and every other Tbe South would no longer be way as she is npw tbo country cousin in John Williams engineer went into tbe national frolic but would btand tbe burning building of the St Louis tbe peer and equal of any section and Smelting Company aud was Toasted in The a stream of molten lead the richest people in theworld The loss State of Obion will be a part and was 8100000 parcel of this great prosperity really Notwithstanding the reported ap more benefitted than tbe territory itn proach to a settlement of the territorial mediately on tbe river for the reason dispute between Russia and China that population would choose tbe bor- Â¬ preparations for war are going on in ders more readily than on the river both countries This great improvement will lessen The expulsion of- unauthorized reii tho cost of transportation on the far- Â¬ gious organizations has been completed mer of tbe great valley one half build iu France Mauy magistrates resign up borne markets and give them died their commissions rather than en Tbe Gov rect market with Eurppe force tbe laws ernment gave sixty millions of dollars St Louis having taken her own ccn nnd one hundred million of acres of sus finds that she has 50015 people land to help build the Northern Pa 2G7I3 more than tho Govornmeut ciSic railroad and to illustrate bow A cheerful old was on the peo enumerators found burdensome the tax girl is St Loui t pie of Obion wc venture to say that a large number of them didnt know The Sugar crop in the South is safe when it was being built And our Telegrams sav that the formation of derived no direct adventure ice was very generai bufpTanter were poop Now warned in time to window their cane from building the Pacific road one fourth of such au appropriation and the lo- - will be small il render the Mississippi prmautnt Tiit human cinders raked from the ly navigable all llio ycar round from ashc of the Minnesota Stale Lunatic its source to its mouth redeem millions Asylum at St Peter give evidence Ihat of acres of uow overflowed lands ren twenty five inmates were burned to der them habitable aud tiljable and death Thioe of those rescued have vreallh to tbo whole section will come since died This great as a natural consequence The Iudians in Dakota seem to be movemcut is tbe one and the only one organized for a succeful wiuter of hat can raise tbe South from her stealing stock aud attacking weak par The poverty and political iufcriority ties of soldiery Gen Sheridan has Government car after year contiuues information to this effect from Poplar to make these appropriations building Creek Agency up other sections and we want our The Government loaned 80000000 section embraced iu this great march of its credit and gave hundreds oi of improvement and important devel opmcut We arc not blank fool enough millions of acres ot the public domain to oppose this great movement because for the construction of Pacific railThe great water highways are one of the great nccesi ary factor to Â¬ roads wards its success Mr Garfield hints equally deserving that he favors it Ou the contrary The Mississippi Valley Convention we are exceedingly glad if it proves at New Orleans adjourned Saturday true and shall say al hail lo Garfield after inducing the resolutions passed Grant Couklicg Beelzebub the devil by the ltiver Convention at St Louis or Ben Butler if they will leud us a which rccommcuds the passage of tbe helping hand iu this great improre j Gibson bill for the improvement of the jaent for Iho South Tho Mississippi river and tributaries Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I ie liavb pat just theame as if her g oSTj to kill the I uw itnpaSSeCTeuiogyupoD hiwork pronounced by Alex McClure of the It will require S2500000 to use Philadelphia Times The single clause in the Democrat electric light in the Light Houses on ic platform a tariff for revenue only the sea coast jind the incoming Con co t General Hancock many more gressjs wanted to make the appro votes in Pennsylvania than would have giveu him the State it decided Indi priation against the Democrats just at the fohn C Calhoun of Nevada has period when that pivotal State tretn been sent to the lunatic asylum crazy bled in the balance it lost Connecticut with the idea that he is Jesus Christ it lost New York it nude New Jersey fie 13 a nephew of the famous South doubtful it added teu thousand or more to the October majority in Ohio Carolinian aud it lo t the Democrat- Senators in It is possible that the Democrats may Indiana New Jersey and Connecticut have a majority in the California Leg aud transferred tbo Hou e to tho He All these results were islature If so there will bo no doubt publicans about Deruocratio control of tho Fed achieved by five words of concentrated political idiocy in tbe Cincinnati plat- Â¬ eral Senate form -- I ai - Iu making a toreraar for Co year Messrs E ii on pretty certain that lvirnpo will cn ume more cotton in 1880 S1 than Tup t ttmato th in 1870 80 total European demand lor rho uex year at G18S000 ble- - 0I 400 pjud each which is about 150 000 halo more than was wanted the past yar Of this amount 1836 ObO bile- - ar from India Egypt Brazil Peru and Turkey beini substantially the samquantity received from thes oountriVs the past year Thii will luuve 4 332 000 bales of 400 pouod- - to be ISSSr P c iii I rr r m i- wa-u-e- d - p-plied That is enough praise for one day Hon George H Shields at the Mis bUsippi Valley Inter State Convention said Objections have been made that the currents of tho Mississippi cannot be controlled but with less than half the mouey that has been spent on the im- provement of the Eastern harbors and commercial ports wo can solve this We dout begrudge river problem he expenditure of one dollar on im- Â¬ The rather ot Waters by Anierioa which is about 15 i 000 bales greater than Uie Ameiii an supply during the just eloped should be uotad howevtr that tin Americau bale is contiderabiy heavier than that which enters into the above results the average weight of the for mer being 481 pounds for the crop Thi- - of course woud thu past year require a reduction in the above figu res if Americau instead of foreign bales were spokeu of Tho increue of the foreign demand for ourcottou is attended by a growing home demaud since the amount taken by the mills of this country is yearly becoming great- Â¬ er Theo facts open up a bright out look for American cotton growing jnr Â¬ ii ituruur wiiu of death known in una wirtaio The boat is submerged ike a monitor with all the machiuery ov m mtcrmedirc deck of plate iron which - stroujjly ribbed and sup oort- - inclined armor plates The deck above the water has do ports at Mm idd iud can be shot away- - with out tbe vts ei being disabled The Ileoirii bittery aud ttie steering gear h ten tuebelo w the water line At taikiuu hows on aud defying with her nuior the heaviest orduauco tho de stroyr is practically invulnerable and at the me time a most terrible antag-oui-- t Her armitueut consists of a Single brcch loader of wrought iron huopfd with steel aud a bore of nix eon inches This iuo J0ci seven feet under water and di chares a projectile contaiaiug 250 pounds of dyuam Wheu the bout with iu crew of ite ten meu is within 300 or 400 feet of the enemy the guu is fired by electric- Â¬ ity and the projectile explodes by concussion If the first shut fails another follows iu a few minutes and the torpedo bombardment proceeds with estraordiuury rapidity no time being wasted iu chargiuc tho gun The mightest iron ships of be world art -- iu 4uvk x ti irtuilab e eugiue ePinent- me mo ufatuT08f rrescnpuonsACCurareiyuompomittsa at the jfmaniiVprTcmlt ill e Courtaj 0r the first Judiriai Diitft iiie collection ni claims anti investii tion of rel estate titles made a specialty H A WTrfworiMakJucaitrorwur-dm - BUCK Sl COWGIRL Ul E T Tyler KENTUCKY ATKND TO ALL BUSINESS to Attorneys at Law HICKMAN entrusted Office lUtlury land ZJrerCure WARNERS SAFE BITTERS IttsthebestBloofliiirinn acdsUmnlato over function to mere HealtbrUl acUoo cSIseoes rur call for Liin fSigg r nl the - oolr sunt i ju elre Bqmjr Jktumiw ez lirinni lVaraera sji SaTc xrifi inn nkuf Krv P 3 CT3 era O CO S Millet Block their care C L HANDLE A Il curetMcroTUIous and otrierxbln erupÂ¬ tions and Diseases tucladinj Cauccrs til cm and otberYVeaknem DjpHla Sore of tbo Stomarb Cuatlalloa DialnnHGrnml IXtbUis ity etc are cared by tbe Xalb Bittcrm It nnequaled as an appetizcruul regular tonic Botlles or two sizes prtcts 30c and Slee WARNERS SAFE NERVINE Quietly gives Rest and Sleep to tbe suflMor and Kenrolslm cnia llradnctieand relieves JJoi toijjtrerannEpileptic Fit IroIraUon brougbt on by ezcesaira dnai ot M worlc mental shocks and otbur caases Powerful as It is to stop pain and soothe disÂ¬ turbed Nerves It never itrjuno tbe sjsura whether taken in small or larce does Bottles or two sizes r prices 30c and 109 la thiu a benefit In all diseastw aaU ATTORNEY r LAW -- Collector Real Estate Agent HICKMAN KY EST Will attend promptly to all busi ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention given to the investiga tion of Xand titles and the purchase ana sale of Real Estate f jan8tf CD Â¬ Are an Immediate and active sttmntos fcr av SrnwpisBB laaaea 2lns 3Mw tff9W9i its Q race wmru rertc asa irie ana snoaia be used whenever tba bowels do not operato frwely and ragnlnrly Torpid IAvtr and cure Coitirtaeu WARNERS SAFE PILLS lLmilii A MMte 4arr KU unaU br llnwrwiih ivvriu Frc 2A et- - m Salt KwifCn art nnTt HUtTnsMiBatai U MVU409 iii ri - - Â¬ fa CD 2 -- 5I JU 2Te V0CCV HHWamerGt Priwtrtar E00HE3TEB H T tnRa4 ST7Wri Â¬ How Hrlty aiii JZiXnusIillii were Uougiil Completely at it- - mercy provement of our Eastern harbors All We have conduces to our prosperity no quart el with any section because of We antagoits superior advautage nize no railwi7 pysteui but we ask the same fostering assistance with which the Government bound together with steel bars the Atkitio and Pacific oceans to bind the great States which are washed by the Mississippi and its tributaries in an indissoluble commcr ciul union not only for our betifit but lor tbe benefit ol the whole natioi yVe are glad to uolico that the Oi cago Tribune intermitting tbe idea that any improvement of tbe Mississippi will specially enure to the bene fit of St Lonis favors liberal appro- Â¬ priations and expenditures of the Gov ernment for that purpose Â¬ Â¬ Some of the courts iu Western Tho Whlpps Eottery Ken tuky arc after tho Wbipps lottery scheme Capital Gazette sharply We are glad to hear this There uever was a more outrageous bill pa s ed by the Legislature aud approved by Governor than the Whipps lottery There wasnt the shadow of a pretext for its passage lu tiolatiou of a fundamental principle of Democ racy aud of public justico aud mural ity us well a npecial privilege was con furred upou Wbipps to dispose of un This sulcublo real estate by a lottery Whipps had uo claim ou the Stato for public servicss aud proposed to make uo return for the special favor con lerred The plain purpose of the bill was to aid him iu a private specula tiuu If Judges and Commonwealths Attorneys can find a iw in the management it is to be hoped they will iuterpuio with the severest penal ties iu the interest of outraged public opiuiou Covington Commou wealth a bill Â¬ The Washington irur priut- - the fol A prominent Demnorat who lowing the instance of the National lately at Democratic Committee devoted his time and service to the State of New Jersey duriui the recent canvass said today The Republicans would have carried New Jersey for Garfield but for a bargain made with John Kolly of New York city and Bi s of Btooklyn oji the Weditc day before thu election Dorsyy had been sent to New Jersey with full and ail the iiiouj uece siry to catry tJif Stale but On the Wednesday prior tj i it eleetion Chester A Arthur Cip cliivki a hargiiu wub John Kelly and MoLvjjb in by which thaSi of New Wl- - was unrig eertiiu lor GarKelej gi SI 0110 000 in field J cash and Ni Laubhu cot SOO tlUO Kelly u e1 eve v dciir ot his 31 000 Mjor thinking 000 to elect Gra UJ to him than that was more luic to elect HatiooeV Wu n Arrltur felt ure of New Vois he not cm much for New doi ey IursJy wa recalled to Nov York aud tho iiJoey it was intended to give him wirf in paying Jcriin Kelly and McLiugi Had the Republicans Muck to liu their first plan they would have car rier New Jersey in spite of all we could MeL-uh-li- Two hundred familieshiivo been ren Â¬ dered hnmi-tesby a conflagration at - s s pz2 H K Ilrs f eTcase Staple and Fancv Retail Denier in w ISe w 23eiV r7SI rmiUt TntlavUk C53S33SBS3E por Newport Ark Another sweeping fite is reported from Mammoth City California or alt Kinds of School Til E running of Sunday trains has Headquarter just been held lawful in this State In Books and School Supplies tho inatter of the indictment of tbe Na hvillo and Paducah Louisville Kiizibcthtowu compadies for running trains ou Suud ay tho Court decided that the Stuto law was not intended to piohiliit such running especially when no inLht is received or delivered on Sunday EXALIR IN choice Gioccrics Keeps in stock at nil times fresh and Provisions Canned and Fresh Fruts ic Country Produce bought and kept or sale nof7 j J W SOGERS anl Conrectioneries Will be pleased to nee his old customers and will both ui them in price and quality Call and s us Quick 3 ilcs and Small ProfitWont be undersold janlif - FRBMZ GROCERIES 11 ly EEPS all kinds of staple and funcy Â¬ -- nil pirts of the cotton and producing disticts of the Souta utrir comes iIih cintpl nut of the scarcity of I he labor ie d of tho sugar planta L np i ma parishes is ss inn- - of the timated at 200 000 hogsheads but grave fcir is exprecsed that the entire orai cinnot be harvested in good coos ditioi for It is impossible for the planters to secure the needful help Pruni -- M School aijd Miscellaneous Family Grooory and Provision Store yourself found in Hickman Marin no partner to divide profits with vrl sell goo Is the cheaper Speciility in Cullees Green Ground and Roasted 0ne aud seo for JSSfCountry produce of all kinds taken in oxchauge tor goods or Cash mar5 the KEEPS Flourbest CoJco Sugar Lird Bron c Molns to le MLTHENY -- 11 Â¬ real work of the convention amounts Ex Chief Justico Mauuing has been Gov Crittenden of Mi souri is to to the agitation of the old question appointed United States Senator from tdiortly and will pcnd viiit Kentucky arid the adoption of a plau for press Louisiana in placp of the Into Scuator h fev dija at Louisville aud Fraukt tiitr it upon the atemiaa of Congress fori Then is nothing in the recent defeat Stationery Wall Paper Pic to cau e the Domocracy to think of It was but a near suicide or dying miss to it and a clo o hit to the Uo ture Frames One mistake avoided or prablieutis ovo lucky movement accomplished niight nave shauged the result Pos- Pocket Cutlery Togs and Fancy sibly the chagrin of defeat is only tbe have done greater because success was so near Goods Nov New Ouirans The Wheu it conies to entering tbo battle 17 Mississippi Valley Iiier State Biver ajjsin lmiievc the uoarness of victory CLINTON STREET I1ICKMAN KY Convention met yesterday iu the State this lime may eooiirage the hosts to a G II Shields of Missouri house more earnest and hopeful warfare was elected chairra in aud a committee The are iu the JnifoJ Slates sixty waitod ou Gov Wttz for an address Send for copies of my New Reduced one boanls of trade and other coni The object as set firth by tho convenChromos witi a total Price Lists of Picture Frame mere al oruanizitinns tion an to call the attention of Brackets Croquet Sets and Laie Balls for of 17S3t The Charles Â¬ 1873 of the Miissippi membership to the river the ujiuntl hishwiv to place ton South Caroini chamber ot com Â¬ merce was orgmized in 1781 and tbe before it plans of ueedi 4 improve and is a bod to nko hijuI no- New Haven chamber of commeroe in ments No other board is half c centu tion - will in tiro the pa sago of a bill 1701 Charlestou and Columbia South a proper appropriation old looking to space to name all articles but no Carolina Now Orleans and Wilding trouble to show goods Gen Grant is very earne tl urging tou Carolina are the only North Come and sec at tUc corner of Troy that American capitalists invest their southern cities with such an institu- Â¬ aud Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ky jau 23 ly money iu Mexican rajlrojj uutcrprises tion Q Â¬ -- jid Â¬ in medicine in proportions accurately ad justil tt sci uro activity certainty ami uniformity of effrct Th v are the result of years of careful study and practical -rxriment ami irr tin most etfis tiuil iliM ovcnil funlLU-a-st-- s iauseil bv leranicHient of tin toniiu h liver ami bowels whioh reijiiri- - prompt nnd treatment Arit Pili- - are sjc rially applicable to thl-- cItw of lLieases They act directly on the ilitjrstivc atiil assimilative pnufsjt nnd rcMtorc reji lar Iiealtlivru tHin Their i ttcnsivo iw ami by lv hvslciins in tln ir practH-i-t- the ntanv all civilteil natiim w oiic proofs of tlii ir rain ns a snfe sure atnl reiilila purjsitivo cn ilfcine leiujj lonrxHiinlcil t tin- ulistaaiTH virtues of purely frva nm calomel or they aro nny injurious proiK-rtii- and can ls n liniiiistcri tl to childrva with perfect hafety Avkus Piliji aro an effectual cure for Constipation or Co stiveness Init Loss of Appetite nestion rem-t-dy- yet Combino the choicest cnthutic priu iplcs Cathartic Pills HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 3SK CJ- Â¬ -- - IXSB33aS DEALER HICKMAN KY e Â¬ Cou-grc-- s W Â¬ a- Family Groceries DIESTELBRINK NO tivo apparatus As a Dinner Pill they have no equal STONES While pentlo in tluir action thri received a lino lot of Amer Â¬ HAVING- Italian Marble I am preTiLta are tho most thorough and searvli inij cathartic that tMii lwfiiplieil anl pared to fill all orders Call and examine never Rivo rain uiili vs the bowels are in our work flamcd and then tlieirinltuenco Is heal-i-- ij They stinml-vtitliu apju tito an l BOrders from the country promptly to nitrify filled th v ilit stixo orriis- Mi kkI ojientcimpnrt inayJi and cnrii i tini ul heultli ami vior to thu vheh cystem Sale CO PPEPA2ED BY D J C AYES Iractlcal ami AnUjticil Ckemjtts Lowell Mass KENTUCKY STREET unvs tsTs z SRTrriEr3 rotn cr C A 03C0311IK constantly on nand for hire Soli by KEEPS 10MB AND GRAVE Â¬ - Italian and MONUMENTS IS Ameuican Marble Foul Stomach anil Kreitli litzi ness lleulacho Sjjss of leuiory Niinibuess IJiiioiisiics s Jaundice Kheiiinatlsni Kriiptious ami Sin Diseases Dropsy Tumors Worms Neuralgia Colic Gripes Dlarrhwn Dysentery Oout Iiles Disonlers ot the Liver niil all other ilisi ases resuit iiisr from a disurderod tale of the dhjss -- lsjcisa f cil and Livery Siablo Win B Firnnmer sale HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS t ui LOW A sme Thankful for patronage heretofore ex Â¬ tended him he solicits a eontinuanco ol iR md LOWER siilew ulcrstU it kinds of iteeiiies ham 1 is cheap us the cheapest Sic JOHN WITTING ill not ha A uu muiuatujmijuiin -- MeuiphiB Animal Louis Hickman Conference ui lie Methodist Kpi co What Go Junllfi ai ail 36 ours FRIDAY to Vs NOV 20 18Si pi I thuroli South which convened in Mr Marion Hillinma Inivine bought Trenton Fotin Wednesday ninroiog The two most eminent and audacious theIMSTAU NT fnrine lv kept hy War the lTih c Vid its forty first sci siou prognostic Uors of the njrc Mr Tice Meachnm roapccNillv aiiimuneed Local Hems of ncr public that the jo teriLy afternoon it Louis nnd Mr Vetinor of Montreal to theoverlnulad and ile liiishinent bin oeen V MnTVoiro tnniiT pt Ii hon W Vtioj have made out tleir weather programme trons and travelling pith 8SIiort communications on p HlPTla ttvuuII -i3 iisrinouious I ctn be jo- - lET i c questions printed hut not repnsible tnrouuh for the winter Mr Voruor pieJicts ommol nod rt all Itnr iu J i it or sentiments or expressions or corres- - out r irrtuo ialrd 1001 KfiffS TO ALL tremendous sisowfills as fur South ns meal tgJletilir H pondonte except where we refuse toriv Metnphi- - Conference include Say Highest market jr Ti h pud fr Paul Washington Mr Tica predict name of author heavj try Butter lgga V t C t i itles io ail Ol Forillei mill Wnelurn rains in the South and hcavv PKentucky went 0I the Tennessee river the North with extremely low snows in tempera Wiutryl aud bus a members hip of 334 17 ic tnre The latter cistinir hii prophetic The o i novr knew such weather cludiup local preachers uumberiup29S eje still further ahead says also Ih it nc DKALKKJ have entered upon a period of unusual besides the rejjulur itinerant preacher in November perturbations of which tho maximum The Thermometer at Hickman has lufauts arid adults baptised 2457 will uot be reached before a year lrom Collected for widow and orphan- SI next fall Blood at from 28 to 30 this week 859 53 All of which signifies that if these For foreign aud domestic weather wiseacres know what they aic The cold snap this week ha stopped missions 53204 93 talking we may all the factories aud mills hereabouts i Honing you will find the nppoiut in snow aliut winter aiijexpect to be buried mis washed out with incuts ot the preachers tor tho pres Hoods iu the spriug t0 be convulsed with THOSE indebted to T J Fortune Co eut year all sorts f elemental irregularities for a either by note er account are requested y o Ti -- y ajj- I leae announce that the labors of jcaror two longer be shaken up with to come forward aud settle n2G 2t perhaps swept with cv tny pulpit will be resumed the first earthquakes Miss Anna Pari formerly of llick Sutiday iu December clones frozen into ice blocks and blasted which will be Therefore the Post GOFPiYS MA TK ASSES xt c man was married in Troy Thursday to the time of my fint Quarterly Confer with thunderbolts suggests in the language or the Mr John Bright ence Uev N P Itanisey will be pres that those who have houses had preacher HICKMAN KENTUCKY better be 5 putting them iu order Mr Win A WillU of Mo was cot COSIE V KTAlf I Such is the perversion of the present Nest scMon at Bolivar married to Mies Rosa Bucklew of thiB generation however that even these E K Bkaxsford county Wednesday TUB ULULLAP oracular utterances or disaster will prob The following are borne of ihe appointably give it no concern It is more than MOST complete line of Heating and Cairo Hickman New Madrid likely that people will go on as usual Cooking Stoves of the season to be found ments for tho ensuing year marryiug aud siving in marriage rank Hickman Station E K BrausfordT 1 t J W COUMAN COS nicKraan Circuit J 0 Pirtle C iT ing monev and making merry scheming The Rr Iter Bishop Tho U Dud uavis supernumerary lor soft places under tho new adminis tiatioti and lolbying -- fat jobs through Tipioiivitlc Circuit J A Russell ley will preach at the Episcopal Church fougrcss altogether unmindful of tho Troy Circuit J V Fly December 2dand 3rd mischief that Jutilcr the arch disfnrhpr Mauiu Circuit J T CJCollins Fulton Station W II Aimslrong J of the planetary family may bj concoct Misb Laura Hamilton a beautiful ing for their special edification JSSSSSEiaSasSSSSP young Miss of Shelbyville Tenn is vis Moss supernumerary In the meantime the sled makers nnd Fulton Circuit F Bynum iting school mates in this city the livery men will congratulate them DrcsdeH 0 B Wbitien TOGETHER WITH THE LARGEST STOCK OF AMBROSE selves on the prospect of this seasons Master Pi e siding Elder N P Ramsey The river in full of floatior ice At sleighing the ice dealers will rejoice in B A Ilnvcs Prcsidini- - IMer of at Louis and punts above the river is District the cartainty of an abundant crop on This elegant passenger steamer will blocked and navigation suspended which to raise the prices next summer arrive at Ilickmin going down every Hurray Circuit Ii B Risenhoover aud the lightning rod agents will take to Tuesday and Thursday up Wednesday Columbus J D Bush The machinery for the Hickman Oil the road again in multipled numbers and nnd Friday aug20 Clinton E II Stewart Works has mostly arrived but the severe sublimer impudence Clinton Circuit J J Smith Even our Democratic friends who are puxxz Hciiiutviiiia Union City J H Aoberts cold weather has stopped work just now sadly in need of consolation uro wn8Villc V7 T Harris THOSE Dolmans from New York have FASHIONABLE may find some grains of comfort in the Friendship S B Love jast arrived Call and see them thought that whatever catastrophes are oct29 WE AUK AGENTS FOR TIIE SHOE MAKER J H PLAUT IJRO about to befall us they cm all be charged BOOT AND S up to the Republican parly which claim1 ev E K Bradford has been re SHOP North West corner of Moscow All who want to buy cheap goods and ing as it does sole credit for Iheblcss turnd aa pastor of the Hickman Station Ings of the past must by parity of reason- md Troy Avcuues East Hickman Ky good goods if they will call on J Ani ing be held responsible He is an upright and acceptable man S Satisfaction guaranteed for everything AND lll VEJUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF may9 ly Washing Mies Emma Etberidge daughter of berg Sons ajy time between this date and to the contrary iu the future Ion Pukt Hon Em Etberidge was married yester the 25th of December can get bottom WOMENS MISSES AND CHILDRENS CUSTOM HAND MADE SHOES day to Mr Jno P Mo ran of Detroit prices on Jeans Flannel Bed Tick Plaids Hoot and Soc Maker ALSO A C03tPIFTJ jLIXC OF Id consequence of danger from iee Domestics Shirtings Sheetings Dress HICKMAN KENTUCKY ECALL the underwriters bave forbidden the de j Goods oil styles and qualities Cloaks Made Clothingarid SEE the nice Keady Ladies and GeHts boots ami shoes made at pikriure i msureu oaais trom St Louis Dolmans Shawls to orJcr and in the latent fishiuu tf J AMBERGS SONS Furs Ladies and Miss and Memphis patches put on wbcih last longer AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION es llosca FOR THE FINEST than when sewed- All I ask is a lriil Five thousand carp were shipped Shop next door to City Barber Shop We keep the best Custom Made Ladies Variety of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can Meats and Pickles call at from the propagating ponds of tho United feb7 7 Calf and Kid side button and side lice J W ROGERS States Fish Commission at Washington to Commissioner7 Jsoisiv We still hold the lead and can show the most elegant stock of CLOTHING ever the Fish Commissioner of Kentucky for Shoes Wnnleil To exchange 300 U S FULTON CIRCUIT COURT brought to Hickman hesides being able to tit the smallest thrco We offer extra inducements distribution ia this Slate 4 per cent bond fir slnek in HirVmnn in Mens year old to the largest man A fine line of R C Prathers admr pi tiff l WE have just raeeived a fresh supply Clothing Overcoats Half Caps Boots Wagon Factory Hickman Oil Mills orl J Equitj against Auaresg R C Pratbers heirs and cred- J uikbiuiiu rurunure ractory of Fancy Candy Toy Pistols kc which and Shoes for the next thirty days itors defendants box 3 and 4 Hickman Ky It we will cell as low i the lowest nov2J 4t J AHBKKG SONS Notice is hereby givMi o tl creditors nev2G 4t of II C Prathcr dec iHeil ili n the unBest Wliislcy JAMBERG SONS An ijiqulry The best grades of whisky kept at rea- dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Will be found in this Department To Hov C M Vaccis The steam chest at Powell Bros Circuit Court under an order in the ubuve sonable prices by mill bunted Monday morning caused by l styled cause will lu ihc last Legislature a bill was in- the County at aplSO J W ROGERS Court Clerks office in Iliekmin Ky from the freeze This enterprising firm im- - iroduoed by you amUpassed through the the date hcrcaf until the 2Isi dty of Feb- Â¬ mediately dispatched for the new piece LoTOr House proposing to repeal the INTotice ruary 1881 to receive and bear proof of lV ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF n All parties indebted to SteagaU had it here promptly Wednesday charter of the city of Hickman This bill Co claims against said decedent and that all was a surprise to Ihe city authorities of are requested to come forward and settle claim not presented to him and proven as vaing and are now all right Hickman and We are compelled required by law within the timo specified Mrs George Simpson of St Louis town so far as tj all the citizens of the aud thereby save cost I know Therefore many to have money to aieet our indebtedness above will bo forever barred nome years ago a resident of Hickman is of your constituents desire to know your JNO A WILSON Very respectfully Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court now visijing the family of Mr E Case reasons for introducing such a bill It sept 1 1S80 STEAGALACO She is aictive worker in the causo of has always been customary for a Rep - vnovl2 sejtative to move in such locallegislation srt--- ji v on iDfeTijiiun or that she Commissioners Motive iauest of ibi v ariJijtiiJLi- Miazua jAUJiauy ueuuty ALAi LEVI OLDDlRG AND K TRK rJ fK i ru PATRICK will be pleased to wait on all No trouble to show coods uuuitr Kg In a SOW il tncialvuulhoruies ut said town Dd FINE LOT OF CHRISTMAS TOYS you have such a petition and if so by nounce to her friends and old patrons agoinsi Toilet Sets Vases tc will soon bo on whom was il signed or did you introduce that she is now prepared to give lessons TV S Hicks eirs aud credit the bill solely of your own motion ors defendants on the Guitar and will open a class at FORTUNE band t COS A reply to this through the Hickman her home at the old Roulbac house Those Notice is hereby given to the creditors o26 lt Drug Store Courier will greatly oblige W S Hicks deceased that the wishing instructions will please call and of A A FaRIS Next Sunday is the firt Sunday of undersigned Commissioner of tho Fulton see her Charges reasonable and many citizens Circuit Court under an order in the abotc Advent The services at the Catholic Hickmax Kr Nov 22 1880 OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER styled cause will attend at the County Church will be the same during Advent Consignments Solicited 25cts Lower than tlm Lowest Court Cleiks office in liickm wi Ky as heretofore Sunday Sbool atv9 a ii Ca5 Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country until 1 have no clerkfexpensss-3-tt- o store rent from the date hereof receive the 21st Produce Live Stock etc mny0 70 After High Mats the Advent sermons 1881 io and hear and pay cash Tor all my Groceries and day of February Hickman Ky Nov 22 18S0- said decedent next Sunday a discourse on At7r therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap proof of claims againstpresented to Jiiin Council met at Mayor Tylers ofSce est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone and that all claims not the Immortality of the Sou a Present Mayor Tyler Councilmen Plum Mar Flour 2o cents cheaper than the low- and proven ns required by law within If yoa want to make yonr wife and mer Randle and Faris ill be forever tbe time specified above M JOHN WITTING est childre happy go to J W ROGERS and JNO A WILSON iHJ t y i5LI barred On motion the reading of the minutes Master Coinmr Fulton Circuit Court Et a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cents of the previous meeting was dispensed per can spl30 sept 1 18S0 with Mr Campbell of the Hickman Oil Mills The ladies of the Hickman Methb appeared and represented to the City rilHIS HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED REFITTED REFURNISHED Commissioners Notice dial Church contemplate giving a concert Council that the slide on the hill was f and thoroughly renovated Convenient to river and railroad and attentive The only Democratic illustrated newspaFULTON GblinUlT COURT And eharade performance during the damaging their works and impeding work per published will bo watch kept ana attogetner one oi tnc oest appoinieu noieis in mis section postpaid tor Abncr Youngs admr plaintiff sent TVlMrjBR Christmas holidays in which Miss Belle thereon may 7U W for Equity against On motion the street committee were five weeks until end of campaign Fartune and Mr Will Fortune will take thirty cents Agents wanted in every Abner Youngs heirs and crodit- - J instructed to examine the hill at that leading parte The public have their point and take such ehps as they may town Send thirty cents for live weeks ors defendants Si Eh Efi ff PS1 A Hl Binds made up for this entertainment think adtisable to prevent any further subscription or 6 cents in postage stamps Notice is hereby given to the creditors for sample copy and illustrated catalogue of Abner Young deceased that the unand the ladies eaanqtaad should not dis- Â¬ slide Clubs of four will be sent for five weeks dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton On motion Council adjourned appoint them for one dollar Address Frank Leslie Circuit Court under an order in tbe above tt E Millet C C Attest 1ublishing Company 15 Dey street N Y styled cause will attend at tho Couuty Tiro dwelling boues were destroyed Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky Yesterday was Thanksgivings Djy by fire at Jordan Station la this county from the date hereof until the 2Ut day of -Monday night tho residences of Dr A by proclamation of the President and all February 1881 to receive and hear proof the Governors and yet if any citizen of McConnell end W S Jordan On the of claims against said decedent aud that all claims not presented to him and proven Termer there was no insurance while Mr Hickman observed the day it has not yet ns required by law within the time specJordans was covered by 1000 The fire been reported Perhaps somo in their ified above will be forever barred private devotion remembered the occasion originated in Dr MeConnells house at JNO A WILSON eight when he was absent visiting a pa Master Coinmr Fulton Circuit Court OlfR entrprisiug friend J TV Rogers 1883 sept tiaat and we learn that it is not known is now receiving a splendid lot of fresh Groceries which he ia offering fur sale at exactly how the fire originated the very lowest prices THE hjICKMN COURIER Ttw IJoiH Mk Editor The Ta fwori ac vliTE- - OF THC FUTURE erni i ji jl uujcTTvem-i-j-- t uLjBUjuui jc iLjijijLjijt-ggJ--Ji---l- ug - AUlt D usac jsk Trtibl Iir If fent jar j ai S5 r 3if2i s Cincinnati lri i MBnpXKrmaaamnmmmmwmnrrmanMyrym0fffifjflfmfx fmajiyfiffim fTt r utri St Fresh and Turb m i vA danger g eg liakfJTy iitviil J3 83 pa 5g BX a jjii Etll s jra 4t H K KEFP OOV8TAMLY OX HXTlt -- 1 B -- -- i SnSTNERGARDKER I J P rl W Wt IffP WIT DKILKKS IS k COS la HIS A Drags Medicines Paints Oils tgj M P STAT0T Tobacco 0igars3 c agets for DREAD ROLLS COIFELU CAKES PIES IOJIE MADE CIDER CRACK ERS MTS PICKLES SAR DINES FXEsII OYSTERS jr j JL HJ A full Hsjjruteei of lluin tud Fancy C A X I I E A full line of Cigars Tobacco and Ciga reiiei aiwar kept iu stack P S Orders for Weddings aud Parties promptly attended to LAES odd KAVSER WI1T1NG FURNITURE ACKE T vy Goods Department 33AHBER JTEJ VvT HOP v Â¬ Â¬ 5000 4500 2500 1200 1000 500 Â¬ Â¬ yards of Calico 5 and 6 cents per yard THE WHITE SEWiNS MAHIKE yards Domestics 4 6 and 8c per yd ukivo cr yosr yards fine Sea Island 9 cents per yard yards Cotton Flannel 10al5c per yard rBSscs SPTzoss CO yards Bed Ticking 10 to 25c per yard J W COEMAN It lbs Cotton Bating at lOcper pound 3TBATZXG AXD fOOKlXC J50 Bolts Crash Toweling at 8c per yard iQi CM JjfJ ST S3 Q y3 j 100 Heavy White Counterpanes at 90cts hiippTicx IInnli7 fSKril Iiitehen inufacturers of ol Jbolts Bowling Green Jeans 35c per yd Ccppsr aR and Sheet Iron Yvars Tin M 5 Next Lur to loleomiVs Dm j lore CLINTON ST IMCKMAV RV H tviiir just fiueil up a neat SUA VINf SALOON in the room neit dor in Hoi oolnhe Drag Store I nm prepsue 1 Io ac- Â¬ commodate c ery one in neeil of fckavinp Hair Cutting Dyeing ttaampoeing or in anything in the lonsorial line HEALERS ijvi-i-y-jii- ji giring satisfaction amlfsjlieita share of public patrooaga 8Jn iiicr lOciu Hair 3Dre4sinpr Sorti octS CHAS DELWARD Client of Cliiltlrens Hair Inlllns- Hpcclalii ILiriug hail long ezpenciJ J fill oi - M T- Blankets Waterproofs Shawls Cassimeres Cloaks and Winter Goods fc- S- JOR WORK and Kepniri- r- of all kin Is done with neatness and dispatch riin Zercliant Tailor XTS CFoim CHr 9 R B Brevard T7HOLCSALE AND RETAIL DEALER and i large lot of simples of Fre nch English and Gcrimu goodx Ltlemen are invited to call and x sepiJO i Report of latest Fall nrit JUST RKCEIVED KUTTKRICKrf lVinf-- r- BOOTS ASTO SHOES J3S 3 33S Great Bargains Â¬ Â¬ SOLAR TIP SCHOOL SHOE terms lying one fourth of mile sotith weit of tbe Court House lu the low ii of Hickman embracing at on FORTY TWO TV ILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON Â¬ - CITY ITEMS KP - Fethe SScns and Boys Boots and Overslioes siM feii 4j J o S oV13L of land nearly all under fence with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING gooil Cistern and Stables young bearing Orchard of selected fruit goad Garden spot and good lots of never tailing water for Stook For terun apply to the under Â¬ signed orT M French CF C jaiO SO D R WALKKR AND ONE HALF ACRES CLOTHING - Overcoats Underwear Trunks Yalises and Â¬ PUETISHING GOODS -- Â¬ atlt-n-- Notice SPORTSMENS OUTFITS e- ku f ijessnns Breech Loading Guns Pstols Powder Shot Gum Hunters Boots Blankets Tent Cloths Hardware and Groceries I nill pay the above reward to any thrco private citizrrs of Fulton county win will iutluQR the largext number of tax Â¬ payers In said county to pay their taxes PISTOLS on or before the 1st day of January NAILS next He who inducts the largest num- Â¬ CASTINGS 3 W the second larg- Â¬ c ber shall receive S TOOLS est 13 00 and the third largest 10 lK The test of said inducement shall be by bringing the tax payer to the aheriaanil see his or her receipt obtained or by paying the money and for eaeli reept so GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET given or odtained a ticket will be given to th party Ptititlcd thereto with lha IRON WARE name of ihe paer written thereon aud - JOR WORK done to order such as signed hy the sheriff which ticket shall be kept by Ihe holders thereof until thi RoOntr Gutterinc Spoutins c 1st Miii iiy in Jinuirv ncx and then S h of the Gold Stove ClinAn Srset prehcnted lo the sheriff at his ofticu in Hickman Ky 79 Th7 Hickman and those three persous hold- Â¬ ing the thres iiighest number of tickets COSIHSSIOSIJiKS shall be paid in cash as above slated U It WatKEa S F C Hardware Cutlery Guns 50 Rexvard T V Sale of Land By n- I Â¬ jNTOTICE Frank Leslies Weekly Â¬ Mew Restaurant TV Diestlebriuk announces that he Is a That are sold lower at J Amberg Sons candidate for Couucilman and says that than any other place in the town wbilo electioneering through the Hick Metheny Nichols man Courier dont cost a great doal and Silver Plated Batter Knives treating not at ail as it used to he would The politest attention given to patrons Silver Plated Desert Knives like to know bow many good friends he A splendid cook Meals from C to 8 and has who would like to have him for a from 12 to 2 oclock Special rates lo regIvery Handle Desert Knives Councilman Gentlemen remember the ular ljoarders ee30 Meals 25e Ivory Handle Dinner Knives 1st Monday in January 1S81 list of Holiday Goods For Councilman Â¬ White Bone Handle Dinner Knives Gold Plate Scarr Pius Gold Plate Bib Pins Gold Collar and Cuff Buttons Good kid Gloves for Ladies and Men Berlin Gloves Buck Gloves Gents Scarfs Ties Kc nev20 4t J AMBERG SONS WARN the public not to loan or fur- Â¬ nish anything to ray wife on u credit on my name as 1 shall uot be responsible GUS ILISCH for it Hiokman Ky Nov 21th 1880 i CAUTION ffimummial HiciCMAX Fridat Uopriru Dnict ETC I Nov 20 188C CODXTBt PRODlTCi PORK 4Jca5o DRIED FRUIT Apples 2 Peaches 3 to 41 cents Cottou Alailtet The market the tiasl week was one of excitement ui all the leading cotton mar io ihe central bad weather Liii throughout the South The Net York uiaiket has advuueed ucury one cent on good grades The receipts here Iiaie been very email which bave met with ready sale a to 3 cenls The time is rapidly approni-lnn-- j f 12c dry the election of a Mayor and Councilman flint loo hut there appears to be no interest mani IFOOL 4 CM 5c per lb tub washed un oo far as we can hear the pres fested washed 22 to 00 cts ent Mayor aud Board are endorsed and FEATHERS 33ii0c per lb prime TALL W 0c per lb Their financial management approved goodurdinary Jjc BUTTER fresh 15c per lb has been good and prudent and this is 10c for low middling POULTRY Spring chickens 160 old the main thing tax payers should look to lOJc for middling 20daS2u per doxeu Under present conservative management EGGS 20c per do eii Corn ilcarlici the city will be paid out of debt in a few BARRELS Cypress Molisses Barrels The market for corn shows considerairon bound 100 Flour octs 150 years and it would be unfortuuu to ble advance over previous prices and we Apple nml Potato o jc K i nut aud Pickle make any change that would letard this quoie choice white delivered at 10c per Stands 75c to 6150 Cypress Kegs iron very desirable operation In this view it bushel bound 10 gals 90c Oak Ma might be wise to continue the present ad Liried Fruit Feathers Wool and Furs ministration But if any changes ate GKOCEUIEr made care should be had to select new meet with reidy hale at full at Louis BAJON sides 12cts shoulders Octs ham ones who will maintain the credit of the quotations Â¬ jivij IHIEAT market active MEAL 50c from wagons BEES WAX iOc per lb HIDES green tic dry salted 90al5 per bush fr Â¬ -- city Atlvcriifco frurxus We advise every man iu Kentucky who Las a piece of land to sell to advertise it now in his home paper or in some State paper of general circulation and see that i marked copy it sent to Mr Jno R Proctor Stale Geologist and Chief of the Bureau of Immigration In the spring aud summer we look for uu influx of Eiizlisb German Scotch and Swiis farmers many of whom are able to buy lands of tVe bet- ler grades Mr Proctor is giving this i Ai matter sucu aiicunon ns will iinsure us the Tery best class of European immi Â¬ grants fTrankfort Yeouun iti uiciMn Monday a etc Gfu Uittild and wit- ap vt itiuj - Hcis CREESE Wa liingson Ciy All th Nlirm rii river- imiI prevailand luu-ii-- r- - frozen COFFEE Rio 1020 per lb CRACKERS 7aJc per lb COAL OIL 25 per gallon CANDLES star 16alUc per lb FLOUR Hickman Mills 5 50 MOLASSES lJaSOc per bbl 12illc per pound COots per I 00 per gallon LARD OIL LARD 8ca lOcper lb a wedding reception Knoxville Toon GUNPOW DER iO50 per keg leaday as Areuic iiiMejd ol BLASTING POWDER 550 per keg soda Was uied by the cook Five are SODA 5atJ per lb by the keg SUGAR brown 9tr hard dead aud uioro in dangerous condi- - SHOT per bag JJ25 STONEWARE lOper gallon tiou Tliit fivo ppr ons were puUoneil at hiif barrel il lJHo uu tfi JT hda At 1 o clocs p mgr i r j i i door of J A Collins iu the town of Ful ton Fulton county Ky oiler for sale the gja iollowinz descrihed real estate beloccing As a stray by Alfred MoUauiel living to the estate of said Jas Oavis deceased or so much thereof as will be necessary live milts east of the city ef Hickman iu on the Shuck road to raise the sum of Three Thousand Nine Fallon county Ky Hundred and Sixiy Kight Dollars and on thu 18th inst oi- - mouip clsrel nmru mule ned about 1 tears branded ou thu Sixty Two Cents lo viit mirk like a dip The north half of the soutlrcst quar right tthoulder with has hail fitul and tbouL ter of Section 8 Township 1 Ratine - lliatiz 14 hand- high appraised at ihe value of west and the north east corner of the vv 50 Also one mouse colored mare mule H Township south west quarter of section 1 Range west and the south half of aged about S years about 14J hands high the north cast qu irter of section 8 town having no brands appraised si Uie viIhh ship 1 Ringe 2 neM nnd the north halt of SoO Also oue hlak mire mule aged of the north east quarter of section 8 about I year Ian spring some white spot Township 1 Range west All the atore in us face which is appraised at the val ue of SJ0 said tracts lying iu Fulton county Ky Witness my hand this 13lh day of Oi Also the follow ing tracts bing iuIIick man county Ky being 8 9 of a tract of tober 180 oct22 J W JI rES J V 811 acres allotted to the heirs of Ophia Barnes decease by Commissioner to di Â¬ vide the lands of Benjamin Barnes de- ceased between the heirs of Ophia Barnes HOW LOST Â¬ HOW 6EST0IQD deceased said 81 i acres being the south J JUSF PUBLIhHEU a new part of tbe north cast quarter of section edition of Dn Cvlvckw ellN 16 Township 1 Itinge- - ne t beginuiug at two post oaks thence north 77 d p 0 poles to three post oaks theueenorth 87 ical cure witlnul medicine of rfpcrci ttor deg 2 min east ItiJ poles to a post rhcci or Seminal Weakness Involuntary thence south 7u poles to a gum and dm Seminal Losses Impulency Mental ant thence south 87 dcg 10 min 101 poUs to Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar- Â¬ riage etc al o Consumption Epilepsy the beginning Â¬ Also a part of the north cist quarter of and fns induced by self indulgence or Section 1G Township 1 Range 2 west sexual eiirragnce c The celebrated author in this admir Â¬ bceinniiig at the north east corner of said quarter at a stake wiin an elm pointer able hFsay clearly demoustrttes from 1 thence 81 deg west ltiS poles to n stake thirty years successful practice that lhs with post oak pointer thence south 21 alarming coni equcuces of setf ubtise may Notice Commissioners poles toa stak with black oak and hick Â¬ be radically cured without the dangerous ory pointers 81 deg cast KiS poles to a use of mternal medicine or the applica Â¬ FULTOiV CIRCUIT COURT stake nitH black oak pointers thener tion of ihu knite pointing out a mode of Jas Brantleys admr plaiuliff Saul cure at once simple certain and jjlfeot oal north 24 poles to the begiuniug Equity against last two mentioned tracts lying in lick by aieaus of which every sufferer oo unit Brantleys heirs and credit J Jas man county will he sold iu ono tract The ter nhat his condition may ber mav cure ors defendants laud ljiug in Fulmn county hereinbefore himself cheapley privately aud radical Notice is hereby given to the creditor Sai This Lreture should be iu the hands described hia been divided into three of Jas Brantley deceased thnt the untracts or lots after deducting tharcfrum of every youth aud every man in Ihe land dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Sent under seal iu a pltiu envelope ti the homestead allotted to tbe widow and Circuit Court under uu Order in the Miove will be sold iu said lots uuder the judg any address yeit jxttJ on receipt of six th- - Couuty styled cause will attend nt tneut of said court according to the plots ceus or two postage stamps Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky Address the Publiiherj of said divis on as follows from the date hereof until the 2lt day of THE OULVERWKII MEDICAL CO Plot No 1 contain 115 acres 3 roods February 1831 to receive and heir proof 41 A uu St New York I O Box 5S0 and 2 perches and is bounded as follows of claims against said decedent and that Beginning at a pet in adilrh netr j gum all claim3 not pressuted in him and prov E3 EJ it being the north eatt corner of seel io- en as required by law within tho time S Tjisbip 1 Range 2 west thence west I specified above will be iorever barred Jjountain Rout 148 poles lo a post thvuee south 1U9 poles Lookout JNO A HILTON to a post- - thence east ttt poles to a post Master Commr Fultou Circuit Court thence north Co poles lo a post thener sept 1 1880 east 118 poles to a post thence iorl 11 polys to tlie bejiinniug Plot No 2 contains 40 ncies Ml i bounded as follows Beginning at i pst i Hit- best euippL d safest and uiost pleisiut line it being the at the south west corner of Ploi No 1 tticnce nest to roles to a ctl thence GE2AT CB1TT2A1 SHOST LIN3 DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF south Oti poles to a po3t thence east 73 tvtureu tbe Northwest and Southeast It polcj to a post thence uortii o poes to is ihe sliurtest and most direct route to the beginning ttir celebrated Springs and Suinuer re- Â¬ Plot No 3 contains 55 acres 2 ro iiN aud sorts of Virgin - and E ist Tennessee SO poles and touiuledas follows AND -Uejin Conuetlon iiire made nith tiains for all Pullmin sleepers run on all niug at i post at the soutb eait nriu i ol points AND 8PECIAI AGEXTS FOR Through sleepers from the oil acrew allotted to Mrs Saucv Davis night triins nsu homestead thence we t llSoo- - loa Mi niph S lo Nashville without change ALSO AGENTS FOR WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES poi thenar north 27 poe to n post Drfiblc dally ccmeetion s on all ihrowgHÂ¬ thence west 30 poles lu a po l the quar Â¬ trains SSMness men uud pleasure seek ter section corner I he nee south bl poles ers boar iu mind thuLli Vashville Chat COS THRESHERS GAAR SCOTT St Louts R iiiad offer- better Coughs Colds Soro Throat Bron- Â¬ to a post hence east 151 pors lo a post t inoogo acvo aud tioas I eti i itie and oonne theme we il 5i joles to ihe beginuiug chitis Asthma Consumption 05 Keeps on hand repairs for same Sale will be made to the highest and tiiii than auv other touts belweeH And All IlUeuea or THROAT and LMOS hest bidder on a credit of Six Twelvv Nurlbwcsl aud Southeast Fat op la Bottlst tot VmUj Vie and Eighteeu months and purchasers wil Leave Memphis 1210 a at 820 a in ScIanUflcill prepared of Balaam Tolu CrjtIllj i COMPANY Itoclt CanJr Old Kye and otber toalci Tb rurraaU be required to give bonus with aj proved MeKeniiu 415 a in 146 p ui la known to oar Uwt pbtlctana U aisbij commcndo l nickian 800 a m security haviug the force and elTect of br them and lae analiala of oar rauat pioinluent cbemlit Prof a A MAKlNEHln OhloagoUon lb Replevin bonds with lieu retained upon Arrive at Nshvile 1M00 a m 780 p in label of rary bottle It I w U knnni to the medical MANUFACTURERS OF Levve NsVUe 10 10 a m S 5 p ih profeaalon that TOIU HOCK and RYK will eft rd lb the laud sold rreatmt relief for Couclii Cold lnlluenin Broncbltla Miirfreesbmo 1127 sm II 40 pm DAVID JQ1INS Bora Threat Weak Ijingi alia Coutu ipUon la tb in clpteot and advanced at6ta novl 1SS0 2t Wirtrace 1222 p m 10 It p Special Commr Uat aa a HKVEKAGK and 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W A 3- ASRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS O IST 3 COURE b Taken Un et Â¬ J f HICKMAN Pg Stt-V-- -- rr rT 31j i wtmnumifm OUR TOUXG POLKS FROX THE CBADLE They tell roe I bornloDg Three months ago Bat whether they are right or wrong I hardly know I deep I smile I cannot crawl Bat I can cry At present I am rather small A nab am I The changing lights of sun and shsde OI baby noTS Some day Ill wish that I could bo A bird and fly At present I cant wis- h- you see A babe am I The flowers and birds are not afraid Are baby toys wrapped in furs motioned her to ap- Â¬ proach Quickly the girl ran forward and held out the frog I found it in a holo at the foot of theÂ¬ olive tree she explained It must be long to this house The lady took the box and opened it emptying the contents on her lap There lay the diamond lizard and the roll of French baok notes You see that Pierre was a dishonest servant although nothing was found on him said the lady to thoso about her He must have hidden this box in the olive grove to return from Nice later ahd Gita listened with her mouth and eyes wide open The lady looked at her and find it Found In at Frog The son had arisen when Gita awoke She lived at the top of a tall old house with her grandmather and both were poor When she had put on her thin cotton gown and smoothed her hair with her small brown hands Gita ran down stairs lightly and those stairs some crooked stone steps in a dark passage wonld have broken onr necks to de Â¬ scend She came out in a narrow street with the narrow houses almost meeting overhead and steep paths or flights of steps leading down to the shore The town was Mentone in the South of France with the boundry lino of Italy nbt half a mile distant At one end of the street was visible the blue sky and two churches yellow and white on an open square with towers where the bells were ringing Gita felt in her pocket for a crust of hard bread and began to eat This was her breakfast and if she had been richer she would have drank a little black coffee with it As it was she paused at the fountain where the women were gossiping as they drew water in buckets and placed her mouth under the spout Raphael came along and greeted her Raphael a tall young fellow with bright eyes a face the color of bronze and a little black mustache was the son of a merchant who kept goats and donkeys for the visitors who came here everyyear The goats furnished rich milk for the in Â¬ valids to drink while the ladies and chil- Â¬ dren road the donkeys Gita found Raphael very handsome He wore a curious straw hat with the brim turned up a shirt striped with red blue pantaloons and a yellow sash about his waist One could see he esteemed himself rather a dandy In turn Raphael wuiiu vjiiu we pimuest giri 01 uis ac- Â¬ quaintance with her large black eyes brown face and white teeth Besides Gita was amiable and did not mock at him when he walked on the promenade on Sunday with his hat on one side and a cigarette in his mouth I have asked the consent of my parents to our marriage said Raphael They refuse unless you have a dower of at least a hundred francs We must Â¬ Â¬ smiled You are a good girl she said Then she selected one of the bills and gave it to Gita It was a note of one hundred francs Now I can marry Raphaell she cried Raphael was standing beside grand- Â¬ mothers chustnut roaster when both saw Gita running towards them Iter checks red and ber eyes flashing like stars Sho had to tell all about tho frog hot only to them but to the neighbors As for grandmother she could not hear the story often enough When sho had been a lemon girl no such luck had be Â¬ fallen her Who would have thonght of finding a wedding dowry in a frog laughed A Liberal Editor We were grieved to read the other day of tho death of one of Michigans jolliest pioneer editors almost the last man of a band wlio published weeklies in the Stato when a coon skin whould pay for a col- Â¬ umn ad and three bushels of corn dumped on the office floor stood for a year s subscription Never a publisher was more liberal with his space It was hard work for him to charge for anything except the tax list and mortgage sales and ho measured short even on them One day in tho years gone by his paper copied an attack on a county official and old Mark was dozing at his desk when the injured party stalked in and began You are a coward sir a coward Mebbe I am was tho editors com- Â¬ The Feet or Chinese Women placent reply And I can lick you sir lick you out of your wrinkled old boots I guess you could answered Mark as he busted the wrapper off his only exchange Raphael Gita and Raphael are soon to be mar Â¬ ried in tho yellow church on the hill The olive pickers in tffezrove seek for something lesides the 3S5 berries they hope to find a green frog under a stone containing money and a diamond lizard but this will never again happen Hope for the Drunkard yon a fool liar coward cur slanderer and body snatcher and go over to Ionia and pay five cents a lino to have it pub lished Hoy queried tho old man as he wheeled around Yes Ill pay five cents a lino to have it published Say let me tell yon something re-Â¬ plied Mark Ive got 200 more circulation than tho Banner and Til publish your attack on me for two cents a lino and take it out in mill fed or corn stalks Dont trot over to Ionia when you can help build up your own town Mark would have published it word for word just as he said and thrown in a cut of a horso or a stump puller free gratis but the official cooled off Detroit Â¬ Â¬ Im going to write an article calling Free Press ing method then is there hope for the victim of this base passion drink That journal makes tho following assertion An intemperate person can easily supply himself with tho remedies used at all the inebriate asylums and be his own physi Â¬ cian at his own home without the neces- Â¬ sary expense and publicity of visiting tboWashingtonian Home or any other public institution His laboratory need only contain a small quantity of cayenne pepper a pot of concentrated extract of beef and a few grains of bromide of potassium When tho desire for alco- Â¬ holic brink recurs make a tea from the cayenne pepper as strong as can bo taken with any degree of comfort sweeten it with milk and sugar and drink This tea will supply the placo that a glass of liquor would fill and will leave no injurious effect behind Repeated dairy as often cs the apetito returns it will bo but a few days before the sufferer will have become disgusted with the wait with tho appear-Â¬ taste of the Gita sighed and shook her head as she ance of this pepper and disgust disappeara the love pursued her way down to the shore In of liquor these countries the young people must Tho fact is proved every day The obtain the consent of their parents to extract of beef is to bo made into beef marry and the bride should havo a tea according to the direction on the pot dowry Gita had not a penny Raphaels in foi quantities as father might as well have asked him to thesuch being and may be needed time furnishes a cheap bring the moon as one hundred francs easily digested and healthy nutriment Grandmother was seated under an arch it being made to stay on the stomach way with her little furnace before her when heavier articles of food would bo roasting chestnuts Grandmother a rejected The bromide of potassium is wrinkled old woman with a red handker- Â¬ to be used carefully and only in case of chief wound about her head was a chest- Â¬ extreme nervousness tho being nut merchant The sailors children from fifteen to twenty grains dose dissolved and Italians coming over the border in war This is a public exhibit of tho bought her wares and when she was not method of treatment adopted at tho inemployed in serving them she twisted ebriate asylums In addition thereto the flax on a distaff drinking man should surround himself Raphaels father needs a dowry of one with influences which tend to make him hundred francs said Gita as grand-Â¬ forget the degrading associations of the mother gave her a few chestnuts bar room and lift him upward He Ah if you were a lemon girl said should endeaver so far as his business grandmother beginning to twist the avocations will permit to sleep batho flax andat regularly and obey tho laws of Gift poised a basket on her head jafMion of this course ifctiio Â¬ Â¬ If inebriety is curable as tho Boston Travcter asserts that it is by the follow- Â¬ Presence of Mind John Wilkes says an English paper was not a great general but he might havo been one had his tastes led him into military life His presence of mind never deserted him He held many places of trust and responsibility He was Alderman Chamberlain of London and Member of Parliament and no man was moie outspoken and daring in his criticisms upon the Government Once upon a time when Wilkes had been more severo than usual and had reflected keenly upon the King and his chief min- Â¬ isters inthe North Briton awarrant was issued from the Court of Kings Bench for his apprehension and for the appre- Â¬ hension also of the poet Churchill Char- Â¬ les Wilkes bosom friend and supporter The chief culprit knew that tho warrant was out and that his friends name was in it but ho had not thought to speak of it The Kings messenger with the warrant in hand found Wilkes in his chamber Churchill being at tho time with him Ah Mr Wilkes I must arrest you in the Kings name You have a warrant Yes here it is And youve got Charles Churchills name down also Yes Thompson my dqar fellow said Wilkes turning to his companion do you run round to Churchills rooms and tell him whats coming Tell him to be off for a few days and Ill have it all right for him Churchill nodded to his friend and at oncaburricd out tho officer of the law littS dreaming how tho fish was slipping from his net before his very eyes When is a wall like JoniiiKlninis a fish Andres Prophetic Poem During the years 1779 and 1780 Andre was on duty in Now York and took a loading part in the social life of that city He accompanied Sir Henry Clin- Â¬ ton at the capture of Stony Point June 1 1779 and wrote as upon world At noon the olive pickers paused to the glacis of Fort Lafayette tho terms of rest Gita went away alone and ate the capitulation conceded to tho garrison handful of chestnuts given her by grand- Â¬ He kept a careful diary and frequently mother When she returned to the town wrote squibs in prose and verso for tho at night she wpuld have another bit of loyalist papers and in August 1780 burlesque bread and a raw onion She seated her- Â¬ composed at EUzabcthtown in The Cow Chase self on the edge of the ravine and poem entitled thought about Raphael as she munched three cantos amounting to seventy her nuts Below this path traversed the quatrains Tho subject was the attack ravine and climbed the opposite slope made by Gen Wayno upon a block to the wall of a pretty villa one of the house hear Bulls Ferry two or tliree houses occupied for the winter by rich miles below Fort Lee in order to drive strangers Gita looked at the villa with in 6ome cattle from Bergen Neck By a its window shaded by lace curtains bal- Â¬ singular coincidence the last canto of conies and terraces where orange trees this poem was printed in Jiivinglons Gazette Sept 23 1780 the day of the were covered with golden balls of fruit If I were rich like that I would have poets capture at Tarrytown The last soup every day sometimes made of stanza is as follows And now Ive closed my epic strain pumpkin and sometimes with macaroni I tremble as I show it in it she thought Lest this same warrior drover Wayne Should ever catch the poet Then she turned over a stone with her heavy shoe and it rolled down the hill It happened singularly enough that Gita uttered a cry The stone had cov Â¬ Gen Wayne was the commander of tho ered a hole at the root of the olive tree post at Tappan at the time of Andres where she sat far away from the other execution The original of the Cow workers In the hole she saw a green Chase in Andres autograph is still frog she dropped on her knees to look at preserved and underneath the above it more closely Yes it was a green quoted lines an American pen has added Sho the coarse commentary frog How did it come there touched it with her fingers the frog did When the epic strain nag sune The poet by tho neck visa hung not move or croak Then she took it out carefully The frog was one of those Weather Signs pasteboard boxes which appear each year shop windows of Paris for Easter There are certain weather signs that in the presents in company with fish lobsters are a good deal to ba relied upon If at and shells night you observe a remarkable clear- Â¬ Gita raised the lid Inside were bank ness of the atmosphere near the horizon bUls and a lizard She knew lizards very and an unusual brilliancy or twinkling of well they were always whisking over tho stars it indicates unusual humidity the stone walls but then those were of in the upper regions of the atmosphere a brown tint while this one was white and is therefore an indication of apuntil she lifted it when it sparkled like proaching rain Dew and fogs are india dewdrop The lizard was an ornament cations of fine weather and halos co-Â¬ made of diamonds Gita held her breath rona Sea indicate rain or snow When and closed her eyes She believed lrer the outlines of cumulous clouds are sharp seli asleep Soon she rose took the box it indicates a dry atmosphere and there- Â¬ in her hand and crossing the ravine be Â¬ fore fine weather A light scud driving gan to climb the path to the villa abovo across hazy clouds indicates heavy wind and rain When the upper clouds move As she reached the door a drove up A big servant with in a direction different from that of tho many buttons on his coat told her to go lower clouds or that of the wind then away Gita paused holding the box blowing the wiud will soon change The pale lady in the carriage who was ChicagQTimcs -- iu of orrtiieir lieaos lou may see a mother with a mound of cut grass on her head dandling a little baby in her arms as shs moves along Grandmother had been a lemon girl in her day but Gita was not strong enough The lemon girls bring the fruit on their heads many miles from the lemon groves down to the ships when they are sent to America and other dis Â¬ xtant lands When you next taste a lemonade at a Sunday school picnic little reader re-Â¬ member how far the lemon has traveled to furnish jou this refresliing drink Gita went along the shore knitting her empty basket tilting on her head The blue Mediterranean Sea sparkled as far as the eye could reach and broke on the pebbles of the beach in waves as clear as crystal Soon she turned back toward the hills following a narrow path be- Â¬ tween the high garden walk passed un- Â¬ der a railroad bridge and entered an olive garden She worked here all day gath Â¬ ering up the little black olives which fall from the trees much as children gather nuts in the woods at home Other women were already at work their dresses of gay colors yellow and red showed against the gray back ground of the trees A boy beat the branches with a long pole Gita began to work with the rest She did not think much about the olive tree although it was a good friend She was paid twenty sous a day to gather the ber- Â¬ ries from the ground which were then taken to the crushing mill up the ravine to be made into oil Gita ate the green lemons plucked from the trees as a child of the North would eat apples but she loved the good olive oil better When the grandmother made a feast it was to fry the little silver sardines in oil so crisp and brown The olive tree is a native of Asia Minor and often mentioned in the Bible Some of the trees in the garden where Gita now worked were so old that the Romans saw them when they conquered the - iovavci it the country carrv all burdens w SEZLfr R truth of these statements uuufTud and thousand can attest the refonmin fail to do so rely Ub uinrnvlio -- Lord Macaulay His was a memory of stupendous feats and also an intelligent instrument and servant He could not only remember what was useful what he wanted to re- Â¬ member but what was utterly worthless whatWntered his mind by accident what was read by the eyes only scarcely en- Â¬ tering into the mind If on one occa- Â¬ sion he repeated to himself the whole of while crossing tho Paradise Lost Irish Channel on another waiting in a Cambridge coffee house for a post chaise ho picked up a country newspaper con Â¬ taining two poetical pieces one Re- Â¬ flections of an Exile and the other A Parody on a Welsh- - Ballad looked them once through never gave them a further thought for forty years and then repeated them without the change of a single word The readers of his Life will remember that his memory retained pages of trashy novels read once in hi youth In fact in a way of speaking h6 forgot nothing As has been well said his mind Eke a dredging net at tho bottom of the sea took up all that it en- Â¬ countered both bad and good nor ever seemed to feel the burden in this dif- Â¬ fering from Bolingbroke We have spoken of disproportionate memories His we cannot but think a case in point He would have been a fairer historian if he could have forgotten some things if his early impressions had so faded that they could have given place to or at least been modified by new ones In their vivid strength they stood in the way of judgment Blackwood Magazine Â¬ Â¬ pony-carria- tician The adder When is ruJiont like a heap of sniua Jnritoiton Its n T pi JtBJgrirja gaSSM an probability suouitL aiso Wheinnraliflft- - wa -- When is a doctor most annoyed peiienccd rouch usaco but fortii portune arrival of a Colonel of the ImWhen he is out of patients perial Guards and two soldiers from a When is a- literary work like smoke When it comes in volumes neighboring chateau iror a lew minWhy is the letter G like the sun Be- utes tho peasants refused to release me cause it is the center of light and defied tho Colonel but his deterWhat is that which shows others what mined attitude and threats to send for more soldiers coupled with the presents it cannot see itself A mirror Why is the letter N like a faithless of a few roubles to buy them a drink lovex Because it is inconstant induced them to relinquish me though Hflw does a cow become a landed not my property The Colonel very kindly took mo home and afterward put estate By turning her into the field Why is whispering a breach of good me in his carriage with the balloon and giving me two soldiers to protect me manners Because it is not allowed What is an old lady in tho middle of sent mo off to tho railroad station the river like Like to be drowned Tnfl frong Leg What word may be pronounced The Portland Advertiser tells the fol- Â¬ quicker by adding a syllable to it lowing story There was an eminent Quick some years ago who had Why is a miser like a man with a sergeant-at-laa cork leg that was a triumph of artistic short memory Because he is always deception None but his intimates knew forgetting How does a sailor know there is a man for certain which was the real and which in the moon Because ho has been to was tho sham limb A wild young wag of the uttar bar who knew the ser- Â¬ sea see Why is a fool in high station like a geant pretty well once thought to util- Â¬ ize this knowledge of tho sergeants man in a balloon Because everybody appears little to him and he appears secret to take in a newly fledged young barrister Tho sergeant was addressing little to everybody a special jury at Westminister inhis usual earnest and vehement style and tho wag Dr Cuyler8 Joke whispered to his neighbor You see The Rev Theodore L Cuyler D D was in attendance at the Presbyterian how hot old buzfuz is over his case Council One day in the week the now Ill bet you a sovereign Ill run butchers had a festival of some kind and this pin into his leg up to the head and were to have a grand parade That hell never notice it hes so absorbed in Hes a most extraordinary morning Dr Cuyler visited a barber shop his case This was more than to get shaved When tho knight of the man in that way razor had stretched his customers neck the greenhorn could swallow so he took the bet The wag took a largo pin from and pushed his head as far back as possible and filled his eyes nose and mouth his waistcoat and leaning forward drove it up to tho head into the sergeants leg with lather he said to him interrogatively A yell that froze tho blood of all who and speaking as a friend heard it that made tho hair of the jury Well youre going to turn out tostand on end and caused the Judges wig day almost to fall off ran through tho court said the Doctor Eh By the wrong leg and Ive I say youre going to havo your big lostmy Jove its exclaimed the dismayed money display Going to what I didnt catch your and conscience stricken wag quite re- Â¬ gardless of tho pain ho had inflicted remark I say you butchers are going to turn upon the learned sergeant out You rea butcher aint you Veterinary Science Well not exactly I eat a good deal of meat but I cant say that I kill much Vegetable physiology and anatomy Still I belong to an order closely con- Â¬ says the Scientific American have re Â¬ nected with the butchers ceived great attention from learned You do Whats that botanists their researches havo been of The Order of Cleavers much practical service to cultivators Oh and what do you do and have done much to advance the arts We cleave unto the Lord of agriculture and horticulture To theso Tho astonished barber had sufficient two branches wo shall soon havo to add presence of mind to collect his fee from thoso of nosology and therapeutics the member of the Order of Cleavers But Veterinary science has advanced from Dr Cuyler couldnt help telling tho story mere empiricism to a strictly medical New York Graphic science Agriculture and horticulture aro but arts as yet in which there is Entertaining Company much groping hi tho dark Wo now in not to I pray you O excellent towife a rich have agricultural colleges whowhich are can do many learned professors get cumber yourself and mo dinner for this man or this woman who much to elevate these arts to science has alighted at our gate nor a bed cham- Â¬ The elevation of veterinary art to scienco ber made ready at too great a cost Thes3 has been of great pecuniary value to things if they are curiuiiB in they can many nations an elevation of agricul- Â¬ get for a dollar at the villiago But let tural art to a similar scientific stand- Â¬ of equal this stranger see if he will in your looks point would be immense valuo When tho values m your accent and behavior your heart we look at their vital importance of our to tho and earnestness your thought and will crops and cannot but recognize the what ho cannot buy at any price at any people we vUliage or city and which he may well necessity of preserving them from diseaso travel fifty miles and dine sparingly and and the consequent pecuuiary loos it sleep hard in order to behold Certainly involves let tho board bo spread and tho bed An Egyptian Inane Asylum bo dressed for tho traveler but let not Ancient Egypt had a high civilization the emphasis of hospitality bo in these things Honor to the house where they and it exhibited itself in tho wisdom with are simple to the vergo of hardship so which tho iusano were treated At each that the intellect is awake and sees tho extremity of Egypt was built a temple to Saturn where lunatics of various delaws of tho universe tho soul worships truth and love honor and courteby flow grees were brought by their friends The temples were surrounded by beauti into all deeds li W Emerson ful shady grounds and patients were Profitable Patients provided with every form of amusement Tho most wonderful and marvelous and recreation that could occupy tho success in cases where persons are sick mind and invigorate tho body Here or wasting away from a condition of mis also tho finest works of art w ero brought erableness that no ono knows what ails Music wino employment fixing tho at-Â¬ them profitable patients for doctors is tention and exercising tho memory were obtained by the use of Hop Bitters tho principle remedies used and nono They begin to cure from the first dose but tho most violent maniacs were put and keep it up until perfect health and under any personal restraint strength is restored Whoever is af- Â¬ Every position in life has its pull flicted in this way need not suffer when they can get Hop Bitters Cincinnati backs said tho maiden as she stooped down to gather fall leaves Star is scaled How does a stove feel when full of coals Grateful Which of the reptiles is a mathema- Â¬ When it An American missionary Miss Nor Â¬ wood of Swatow has lately described how tho size of tho foot is reduced in Chincso women The binding of tho feet is not begun till the child has learned to walk and do various things Tho bandages are specially manufactured and are about two inches wide and two yards long for tho first year five yards long for subsequent years Tho end of the strip is laid on the inside of tho foot a tho instep then carried over the toes under the foot and round tire heel thotocs being thus drawn toward and over the sole while a bulgo is pro-Â¬ duced on the instep and a deep indenta- Â¬ tion in tho solo Tho indentation it is considered should measure about an inch and a half from tho part of the foot that rests on the ground up to tho instep Successive layers of bandages are used purely ornamental and uncontentious till tho strip is all used and tho end is harangue as in themidst of parliamentary then sown tightly down The foot is so strife Of tho many anecdotes that are squeezed upward that in walking only current illustrating his wonderful power tho ball of tho great too touches the of rising to an occasion ono may be given ground Largo quantities of powdered which has tho merit of being true On alum are used to prevent ulceration and tho afternoon when ho was to mako an lessen the offensive odor After a month important motion in the House of Com- Â¬ the foot is put in hot water to soak some mons a friend happening to call on him time then tho bandago is carefully un Â¬ between two and three oclock found wound much dead cnticlo coming off him just sitting down to make some notes with it Ulcers and other sores are often of the coming speech He laid aside his found on tho foot frequently too a pen and talked for a while then jotted down a few heads on paper Brent down largo piece of flesh sloughs off tho sole and ono or two toes may even drop off to the House before four oclock found in which case the woman feels afterward himself drawn into a preliminary contro- Â¬ repaid by having smaller and more deli-Â¬ versy of a very trying nature in which cate feet Each time the bandago is ho had to repel so many questions and taken off tho foot is kneaded to make attacks that it was past six before ho rose the joints more flexible and is then to make tho great speech He then dis- Â¬ bound up again as quickly as possible covered that as he had left his eye- Â¬ with a fresh bandage which is drawn glasses at home his notes were practi- Â¬ more tightly During the first year tho cally useless put them quietly back into pain is so intense that the sufferer can do his coat pocket and delivered with no aid nothing and for about two years tho foot to his memory and upon that one hourB aches continually and is tho seat of a preparation a powerful argument inter- Â¬ pain which is liko tho pricking of sharp spersed with passages of wonderful pas-Â¬ needles With continued rigorous bind Â¬ sion and pathos which lasted for three ing tho foot in two years becomes dead hours and will always rank amongst his and ceases to ache and the whole leg finest efforts Scribnera Magazine becomes from tho knee downward Stealing Anothers Comfort shrunk so as to be little more than skin When once formed tho and bone Any one who has stopped overnight golden lily as the Chinese lady calls at a large hotel has been disturbed in the her delicate little foot can never recover small hours by persons walking in the its orginial shape London Times halls as heavily and carelessly as if it were mid day Guests who are up late Adventurers of An JEronaut seem thoughtless of the quiet of thoso Tho St Petersburg Herald contains wrapped in slumber Such conduct is sel- Â¬ tho particulars of the adventure of tho fishness of which any sensible person Russian rcronant Rudolph who ascended ought to bea shamed A grave gentleman at the Fifth Avenue in a balloon and had been several days Hotel once complained of it to tho genial reported missing Tho day selected for the flight was not a good one the wind clerk I am surprised he said that My com- Â¬ you harbor thieves in this house being strong and boisterous sir Thieves panion was Professor Baranovsky of the Harbor tliieves On enter- Â¬ What do you mean sir Explain if Meteorological Observatory ing tho car I sang out to the twelve you please As the sailors holding it to let go I mean that I had something stolen men dropped the ropes a sudden gust of from me last night by ono of your wind struck tho balloon and dashed it guests We are all exposed to sneak thieves against some neighboring trees tho branches of which tore a hole in the silk sir before it had time to rise I threw out Bnt this was not a sneak thief It ballast but to no purpose Tho car was a guest in tho house sir and quar- Â¬ drifted along tho ground till it ap- Â¬ tered as comfortably as I was proached a lake when I begged tho Pro- Â¬ This is very extraordinary sir fessor to leave it with his instruments What was stolen from you sir and at Tho sailors running up just then seized what hour hold of the ropes and enabled Baranov Tho gentleman answered with great sky to get out They begged mo earnest earnestness At 2 oclock this morn- Â¬ lv to do tho same on account of tho ing somo most precious sleep was stolen cfangerous condition of tho balloon but from mo by one of your guests and with I refused Tho Professor being cleargoof a pair of boots the car I shouted to them to let Was not this guest one of tho meanest All obeyed the summons except one of sneak thieves man who was carried several feet into Trees and Rain tho air and dropped amid a general roar of laughter After this the balloon sailed Tho countries of Sardinia and Sicily along tolerably well andflewfor fifty miles once tho granaries of Italy havo suffered through the air when the gas being ex- Â¬ the penalty of their thoughtlessness in hausted it fell near tho villago of exterminating their forests Two thou Â¬ Rootchi In a very few minutes it was sand years ago these lands were cele- Â¬ surrounded by men and women who brated for tiieir wonderful productive- Â¬ proceeded to tear it to pieces and ap- - ness and weresaid to bb tho most nronriato all tho articles in the sar in-- beautiful intheword Tft 1800 Hum cludinR a fifteen guinea binoculf r glaa jiolt visfrrlv0CjimIIliiwas informed An Anecdote of Gladstone The man is more interesting than any of tho parts he has been called to play but wo come to understand tho man bet- Â¬ ter by seeing how he shapes and molds these parts As an orator his conspicious merits beside his striking countenance dignified action and a voice full rich and admirably modulated are fertility and readiness He seems to have always at command an inexhaustible store of ideas reasons illustrations whatever be the subject which he is required to deal with Of all great English speakers probably no one not oven William Pitt has been so independent of preparation Even Fox swift and rushing as he was was great only in reply when his feelings were heated by tho atmosphere of battle whereas Mr Gladstone is just as ani Â¬ mated and forcible in an opening or in a How to Make a Toilet Tabic Tho exquisite toilet tables that can seldom bo purchased unless at a fair for an exorbitant price may be easily made with but little cost These stands add great freshness and a most tasteful effect to the dressing room however elegantly furnished Four pino boards must be nailed together forming a box about tho size of a small bureau the back front top and bottom aro complete bnt the ends are open The back rises four and a half feet above the point where it joins the top board sloping till at the top it is not more than a foot across On this is nailed a half circle projecting half a foot in front This skeleton box is covered with delicate blue silesia or French cambric which is nailed all around tight except the ends There the cambric is only fastened at the top and left Iqoso at tho sides and bottom thus tho inside of tho box may bo used for a little closet The blue cambric is covered with white dotted Swiss muslin with a broad hem at the bottom and two deep tucks above both finished with narrow lace edging Over this a valance of flounce of the same material is nailed at the top of the table a littlo full hemmed tucked and trimmed liko the underskirt This is caught up in festoons at the front Round the top a pleating of narrow blue ribbon is nailed on with fine brass headed nails and an edging above and below the ribbon Long loops and ends of nar- Â¬ row blue ribbon are fastened in the cen- Â¬ ter of the top where it is festooned up and at tho end of the table In the center of tho back board half way to the top the board has a piece cut out a foot and a half Ions and afoot wide Round this is the narrow ribbon pleat- Â¬ ing and on each side a face edging In this open place put a fine mirror fasten- Â¬ ing on the back with cheats From the half circle at tho top a long curtain of dotted Swiss muslin is nailed a little full opening in the middle and fastened with a bow of blue ribbon with a broad hem and tucks edged with lace like the bot- Â¬ tom part This curtain falls apart from the mirror leaving that and the table open and reaches nearly to the floor fastened at each corner of the table with bows Any colors may be used instead of blue that will make this pretty toilet table correspond with the room where it is to stand New York Commercial Use of tho Sunflower The familiar objects seen in childhood days remain objects of interest and affec- Â¬ tion through life There is hardly a person in tho State but that has an af- Â¬ fection for tho great homely sunflower and all from tho association of childhood days but while it has generally been planted for ornamontal purposes its cul- Â¬ tivation is now strongly recommended by many because the flowers are believed by many to afford the best material for wax and honey the petals of the flowers to yield a valuable dye tho seed yields fifty A Journalists Funny Position Once a funny thing occurred behind tho scenes that might have been still funnier It was a wet cold night and a writer for ono of tho papers with his overcoat on and his pants rolled up over his top boots and an umbrella in his hand and an old slouch hat on his head stopped a moment to have a chat with who was playing Paulino Markham Markham was waiting be- Â¬ Stalacta low the stage standing on the trap that was to bounce her into her fairy realm lHTl GREAT GERMAN I REMEDY roa RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA SCIATICA BBBSaVaw jsatsBal LUMBAGO The writer got talking to Polly and they got interested in tho chat and before they knew it tho trap had begun to go np Markham noticed it first and cried For heavens sake get to tho reporter But getting off wasnt as easily off done as saii The reporter was pretty tall and very clumsy and thoroughly scared so he stood lookin about him like a fool goin up up all the time But Markham at last and just at the last moment too gave the fellow a shove and knocked him off tho trap He struck his head against the floor of the stage and then tumbled down on a coil of ropes He might have broken his head or his bones or his back but he didnt But it was a mighty close shave and Markham kept laughm to hersell all tho ovenin thinkin how the audience would havo roared to have seen that long slab sided fellow with his dirty wet boots and his rolled up breeches and his slouch hat and his old cotton nmbrella comin up out of cloud land alongside of her in all her silks and satins and spangles Sunday as the queen of the fairies Mercury salaalaaHlalyLI BACKACHE SORENESS CHEST SORETHROAT orm j QUINSY SlTELLINaS SPEA1NS FROSTED FEET EARS 1 Si W SCAZiSS GfiieralBodiljPaiis asts TOOTH EAR I BBBbL SflsBSSft Jsameat eSBBSSV W HEADACHE lira ALL QTHEH us PAISS Kate DAsniEiii a Baltimore public charge all her life has just been buried from Bayview Asylum where her mother left her two years old during the cholera epidemic of 1832 Kate never spoke smiled nor moved during all theso years but had to be fed and tended like a baby She ceased growing when she was six rears old though her head was unusually arge and she used to sit all day rocking herself in a littlo chair made especially for her ACHES No Preparation os earth equals St Jtcosa Oil A aid cnur External tuat eomparatlTsly tniing outlayRemedy Tratrial entails and ersry of WCi but the ene sunsrUt with pain can hare cheap and pontile proof of Its claims DIXICIIOJS 13 UXTX3 LISCCIGB imru BT uaurt StlD All MDaaiSTJ AH DEAIE1S II HEIICHC A VOBELER n rfnurrr CO Mii US A Vegetine Kidney Complaints DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS The jmptoma of an cnt atUck of InlUmmitlon of the kidntTs are m followi Forcr pain in tk small of the backand thenc booting downward nnmtmeMof tha thigh To mitin tuiaa Uy at first a deep red color of the urine which becomei pale and colon m as the disetse increases and is discharzed Try often with pain and difficulty costireneM and some decree of colic In chronic diseases of the kidnejs the symptoms are pain la the back and llmbf dryness of the skin frequent arms general dropsy headache tion especially at night and palpitation of the dixziness of sitcbt indigestion heart gTadnal loss of strength paleness and pufflness oi the fsce cough and shortness of breath In diseases of the kidneys the Via Error rlres im Â¬ mediate relief It has nerer failed to cure when it i In many cases taken regularly and directions followed it may take several bottles especially cases of long standing It sets directly upon the secretions cleansing and strengthening removing all obstructions and Im Â¬ parities A grest many can testify to cases of long stand Â¬ ing hanng been perfectly cured by the Txotrrtax even after trying many of the Known remedies which are laid to be expressly for this disease HOP BITTERS A Medicine set a Brink COSTADtS BOPS Asd BTjCHTJ MANDHAKE DANDELION - Stoical thx PcxT Aim But Btnzss or ali omu An Disease of the Stomach Bcvweli Blood Llrer Kidneys and Urtruir Organs Jer- and especially vooiness Sleeplessness x emaje uompiiinw they wn paid TO beor forfor a ease Impure or not care or anythingInjurious help THEY CURE found In taem SIOOO IN COLD toot druggist for Hop Bitten and try them before joa sleep Take no other D TC Ian absolute and Irresistible cure for As Irrnnannnfiff nso ox opium louaccu auui at ing and illuminating purposes while they are also a superior food for poultry and cows increasing the flow of milk tho bottom of tho calyx may be used for food in tho same way as the artichoke which it closely resembles the wood will yield ono per cent of potash while common hard wood only yields one tenth as much the beans may be used for food for ani- Â¬ mals while the bark properly prepared affords material for tho manufature of paper and sowing an aero or two broad- Â¬ cast around thdioncers cabin on the prairie makes an excellent wind break m the winter and affords a warm retreat for poultry from December to April Minneapolis Tribune Cato the censor learned the Greek language when he was eighty four years of age We shall follow the example of Mr Cato and not learn tho Greek languagoetintil we arrive attho age o percent of oil excellent for cook- Â¬ narcotic Bcn roa Ctxculax Alt ftlum BeldWdnmiita Hep Rtters Mljr Co Rscheibr X 1 Toronto Ont BEES WEEKLY BEE JOURNAL TQEWMA Chicago 111 Send for FREE SAMPLE COPT of the Kidney Complaints tistd Tonr Vxoktixx for ioma time y It luu twen a benefit to me uulto thoee nderine from dueue of the kidueji I cheerfully recommend t O H6M1TH RtipectfullT Attnted to by K B Aihfield drufgiit corner Eighth and Central lienue St ClJCUMill O April 19 1S77 Dear Fir I n J on truthfully BEFORE BUYING OR RENTING AN n E Siititj bre CncuMTi O Much 19 1877 grt Bend for our LATEST IiiusTaaTir Cxrxuaaer 32rp4to with risT STTtis at 3l and upward or 3 Pfrpur ferandup Smtfrtt MASOS 4 HAMUX ORUfAS CO IM TremontSt BOSTON 4S East 14th St SEW TORE l Wabash Are CHICAGO OR G A N H STITIMr lit hTeBanflVred ererml I aSr SIOO Sato-- years with the kidney com I hatt taken plaint and wu induced to try Vioiiut erera bottles of your preparation and am conrinced it is a Tsluable remedy It has done me more good than any other medicine I can heartily recommend to all suffering from kidney complaints Tonra respectfully J 8 McMILLE5 First bookkeeper for Xewhall Gale Co Flour Mer chants Xo Co West Front street Cincinnati O Vxorrrxx has restored thousands to health xno hays been long and painful sufferers J SBMSBBBBtaW ForaSaehlsetnatTini PRESENT as Past and Easy as this one T QdB53sr - This la the King- of Saw Machines It saws off a 2 - foot logr Zn 2 minntes aHWlv I L n nnn W i n ejsy nr V jL jfe v- - jft- - ssKsttstssBBBsKkK i Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ tbey hadTnoticeelPrjtti great astonish- Â¬ abry discover what good it would do us ment that a lako whicir lay in the mid- to acquire a Knowledge oi that languago Norristoion Herald dle of the valley had decreased in volume every year the cause clearly traced to The compositor who set up pimpled tho falling of a great number of trees chops for dimpled cheeks didnt which grew on the surrounding mount- Â¬ look a bif natural in death Modern ains In Huugary periodical droughts Argo are universally attributed to tho annihi- Â¬ - egHBattVtint rrhtviMr TmUiistS5MZixtir Vegetine is Sold TRUTH aft eMttjk by all ra Mil kM Druggists B AUI U tWkX U U VUlbUU W KJCHJVI erflkeasV WAXTPD wit Uggi Agents ererrwhere to sell our Rood by tVe gire attractive persenta families and flrtt clAM goods to your cost -- mem we give roa good we prepay all express charges we furnish oat Srots Write fur particulars PEOPLES TEA CO Box 5025 St Lonia Mo n4Msv44sarW M MeMMfc riMMMsHssklf MABTIMlXart w Lower Egypt a great many years ago rain fell but seldom only once in three or four years but since tho time of Mohammed Ali thirty or more million of trees have been set or planted and the result is now that tho country has from thirty to forty rainy days in every year When New England and the heavily timbered States of the Union were first settled tho rain- Â¬ fall was greatly in excess of what it is since so much of the land has been cleared up lation of tho forests In Cairo Bad habits are easily contracted so are Colds and both are very badL to get rid of The Colda are quickly and swlly cured by Dr Bulls Cough Syrup LWEAL7V int TO HWff mwxxsMyV w rST0HE is only a day old it is called a lie if it is a year old it is called a falsehood but if it is a century old it is called a legend UiLABiAX fevers can be prevented also other miasmatic diseases by occasionally using Dr SanfonTM Liver Invigorator tho oldest general Family Medicine which is recommended as a cure for all diseases caused by a disordered Eighty pace book sent free Address liver Dr Sanf ord 162 Broadway Mew York If an untruth zzx r i m lathe Original Concentrated Lye and m sh Reliable ramlir poap later xnrertlone SL9 accompany each Can for making llstnlis W Soft and Toilet Soap quickly It Ask jour grocer full weight and strength KAPOMFIEK and take no other PENNA SALT MANUFACTURING QAPONFIE FHIUASEIiPUIA R for CO PETROLEUM Grand Medal at Philadelphia lux position vAmnn lllr uasui JOLT eilrer Medal Eipositwa atraru Complimentary Mention of Galvestonians who havo just returned from a hunting excursion tell a pleasant littlo incident of the trip They went up to the near Richmond house of a farmer to get some milk and experienced considerable difficulty in getting the gate open One of tho party said to the sturdy old granger Wo had a good deal of trouble get- Â¬ ting the gate open Yes responded tho granger drily I fixed it up to keep tho hogs out Galveston News A couple Not a Beverage They are not a beverage but a medi- Â¬ cine with curative properties of the highest degree containing no poor whis- Â¬ 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 Bochester sells them and the physicians prescribe them Evening Express on Hop Bitters Well Im getting about tired of this ere lifo said an ultra specimen of the Going half starved one 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naturally I wiunswramo natural act rtlursBt i on and throw the illis Thousand have cored and all may be sWrsalobTailDrngitlsta b The Croat Remedy For THE LIVER THE BOWELS and tho KIDNEYS ttreat organs ara the Natural cleansers of the System Ifthey work well healta will be per- - 79 Outnt free - a week Voltaic Belt Co nyn I OPIUM Sf orphlne Habit Cnrexl ta 19 fnOAelsiwa fan sits Db J tiTJtruxxi Lebanon omo s PI and expenses to Outnt Free Address P MMV AUUM Terms and 5 Outat own town w 66 a rarest in your iree aaaress 11 Fort elsj HU VX A Jf IT o U 10 P TT D p for Consumption is else U lithe best eough msdicias i 0 7 7 7s tin llbabAI uij bUtt