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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iyEyttusMa- - fT-- Li if sy k IE HICKMAN rxmumxD xvxxt t o ft - - - v -- C0UM1 nnur r OF rzz j HTJMOBS OF THE DAT GrEOXtGHE WARKE3V HJCKH1S ST OFTICE HEIHZE BUILDING THE HICKMAN ESTABLISHED 1859 sift Well drilled tho oil region BoABOof Education COURIE 10 1880 BITS OF INFORMATION The expression poet laureato orig Â¬ inated from the practice of crowning successful poets with leaves of tho laurel tree Ix 1547 London built her first asylHiri for tho insane and named it Bethlehem Usage Boon shortened the name to Bed Â¬ lam The inmates being noisy and deÂ¬ monstrative the term was corrupted into A perfect Bedlam Hcnco the expres Â¬ IjMw t the blackboard Florists stand incowslip pexy place down How much did Alphabet with Omega How to save time let jour watch run getting hit in the eya ir cUNfeN STREET a A soon mash with a pickle g3Mx GEOBGB WAKBKNEditor Tle Oldest IVcvspnpoiyin Western Kontiiolcy HICKMAN PULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER Excess or StHfly Minerva said an able entymologist is Trhy Beans Corners Are Ho Very JInrh 5 Excess Ijf Quia minuat nervos Fxelt tl pt Btudy is of course like any other ex Nobody at least nobody who fills tho The responsible position of parent to a young cef prejudicial to tho system and beautiful and also mnrriageablo Pursuit of letters if carried beyond ft point is like other pursuits at-daughter will deny that Miss Mary L Weaver of Beans Corners Franklin p5oed by physical inconveniencesf86- - Thich have been greatly mam-iCounty Maine was wholly in the wrong I from first to last Less stern judges may nea17 JUmately result as has been al d from one of two causes too incline to tho belief that just at the exercise of the mind or too little very first her conduct was not such as to a deserve especially severe censure that efreieol the body Insanity or indi is to say when she began to walk homo Kgwori a disordered head or a disor- Â¬ are the avengers dered stomach from tho Wednesday evening prtyer- - oc the lucubrations of literary libertin- meeting arm in arm with Edward Tuttle and permitted him to squeeze her hand Often But the belly suffers fax more than a little ngainst his ribs with his elbow Biffbefore the brain How many men their books day after day im- And these snmn lenient iiidces mav think 03OMble that old Mr Weaver was altogether too Jej6re BR ri milinnrn Tnlion fnl m their gods deranging their ani severe when ho caught Mary in the very rt nct of hissincgoOd riight at the the gale maTeconorny without- - -- nyadvantagetoi uj Bucieiy j jxow many oi ami told Tuttle that if ho didnt clear out quickcrn lightnin ho would kick these sedentary victims lose their appe Â¬ tites without increasing their intellihim him off the premises for a squid But even theso aggra Â¬ gence How many withont improving their vated manifestations of paternal solici- Â¬ gestion discernment destroy their diÂ¬ These are they whom melan- Â¬ tude cannot le regarded as justifying choly follows like a shadow having Mary in meeting Tuttle c cry night up iu the burying ground and sitting on his marked them for her own No need for lap on the steps of ex Congressman them to drink the bloodless cumin Tho least intemperate of them from excessive Walkers wifes monument However the kindly souls may thiik that even for sensibility serves as a living barometer and is purged of bile at much less sel- Â¬ such a transgression as this which after all was only human natnro old dom intervals than Horace Tho most intemperate is a Mr Weaver had no right to servo Tuttle lieve physicians martyr if we may beÂ¬ to sleeplessnpss and out by locking Mary iu her room dres ing himself up iu her frock going up to somnambulism to convulsions and cata- Â¬ tho burying grjuud at the usual hour lepsy These men ksv lotna known to letting Tnttle begin to hug him and call Bink in a mninirnKiW oVinrt mnnJ r j jmiuj him his souls dearest darling as he trom a volununous constitution to nona Â¬ genarian caducity Nay they will even helped him over the style and then suddenly letting out on him with a raw Â¬ die away like a lamp from wasting hide and all tho enss words in tho Eng Â¬ their light of life solely in the ser- Â¬ lish language Beally this way of vice of an ungrateful public From settling a lovo affair docs seem to bp time to time learned receipts have been carrying tho war just a trillo too far into given regarding a scholars diet But Africa and up at Beans Corners public these bookworms will have none of These will not even follow the opinion is a good deal divided All the them fathers and mothers at tho Corners back example of Aristotle and bear about old Mr Weaver in hi3 Btiit for damages constantly on their belly in order to against Tuttle for the loss of the part of assist digestion a bladder of aromatic his ear that Tuttle bit off when ho got to oiL They will not confine their food to having a realizing sense of the situation milk and rice eggs and oysters fruit Illustrious examples ore all the fellows and girls at the Corners and farina back Tnttlo in his cross suit for damages theirs if they would but follow them for the loss of his section of his chin that Anacreon is said during his latter years went at the Btnrt when old Mr Weaver to have lived on a regimen of raisins Newton on bread and water with wine banged him down against a tombstone and all the old maids at the Corners back and boiled chicken on some infrequent Ex Congressman Walker in tho suit that opportunity of festal cheer But at he has brought against Weaver and Tut- Â¬ least Jet the student beware of bacon tle jointly for mashing the urn that was and cream and cider Nor are sheeps on the top of his wifes monument Iu trotters ordinarily adapted to his digest- Â¬ Tea is little likely to fact public opinion at the Corners is a ive powers lengthen literary days and a sucking good deal mixed Philadelphia Times pig especially with mustard and pep per is a very Pandoras box of ills in The Newspaper and tho School which not even hope remains behind One of the new things under the sun is Cornhill Magazine A MAINE ROMANCE Jrioe o Subscription 2 i - YOLWYL NO --3tL i H It THE 1CCKT HORSESHOE ST JXX3 T FIELDS K K firmer triTdlng with hit load Picked op a homaboe In the read And called It fast to hit barn door That lack might down upon him poor That erery Messlnj known In lite Might crown Ma boraettead and Mi wife And ntrtz any kind of barm Dtacend upon nl growing farm tumbed from the pegs lib baconde And rats ouicd the faDen legs Hi corn that nerer failed belore Mildewed and rotted on the floor His grass ref used to end In bar His cattle died or went astray In shoit all morcd the crooked way Next spring a great dronght baked the sod And roasted erery pea In pod The beans declared they could not grow So loDg rs nature acted so Redundant Insects reared their heads Jo atarroJorZacfcof Jaicyiood off The stares from barrel sides went As if they had the hooping cough And nothing of the rueful kit d To hold together felt lDdjned Bat dire Ill fortune aoon began To riilt the astounded man Hla hens declined to lar their em Jn short it was no use to try While all the land was in a fry One morn demoralised with grief The farmer clamored for lelief And prayed right hard to understand What witchcraft now possessed his land Why boure and farm in misery grew Since he nailed up that locky shoe While thus dismayed oer milters wrong An old man chanced to trudge along To whom he tqld with wormwood tears How his sflilri were in arrears And what a desperate state of things A picked op horseshoe sometimes brings The stranger asked to see the shoe The farmer brought it Into view But ween the old man jf HHamjhe l outright raised bis head and qucky said -- How you and Fortune will agree The farmer turned the horseshoe roonl And showers began to swell the ground Tbeaniishine laughed ameng his grain And heaps on heaps piled up the wala The loft hrs hay ciuld barely hold His cattle did as they were told Ilis fruit trees needed sturdy props To bold the gathering apple crops His turnip and potato fields Astonished all men by their yields Folks ncrer w suchears of corn As it his smilin bills were born His barn waa full of bursting bins His w f presented bim with twins His neighbors marroed more and more To see the increase In his store And now the roerry farmer sing There arc two ways of doing thing And when for good luck you would pray Nail up your borceshoo the rtaht war Youre nailed the horseshoe upside downl Jus turn it round and soon youll see No wonder skies upon you frown THE GOLD SOYEHEIW Bed wins the croupiers hoarse cry again and again reiterated only diversified with that of red loses which broke tho stillness in the superbly appointed room at Homburg with the gaming Â¬ table in its center around which were gathered its votaries behind whom were tho scarcely less interested group of It was J beside them Come Pearl the father said But the girl stood entranced her eyes fixed upon a mans face seated at the farthest end of the table It was a strikingly handsome face even when wearing as it now did an expression of calm born of desperation No tinge of color was in either cheek or lips His eyes shone with a strange and hard glitter and were fixed upon the balls as they swung round as though on tie color uppermost hung his hope of life or death And so it was He had sat down posÂ¬ sessed of a fortune he arose a beggar Fate bad steadily pursued him with mock- Â¬ ing hopelessness until he had placed his stake only to see it mercilessly swept from him He half arose from the table What more was to be done save to go out somewhere into the still night air and send a bullet through his heart or brain It was at this moment the girl with flushed cheeks and half parted lips darted up to his side she pleaded for my Take this sake4 and pressed a gold piece into his hand rHe turned To his excited imagina Â¬ tion she Beemed scarely mortal in her pure child like loveliness His first im pulse was to return her offering he was not yet an alms taker but again rang out the croupiers cry of command to place the stokes The child stood breathless in her eager expectancy her eyes burning with fever- Â¬ ish interest A sudden impulse overmastered him Withont speaking a word he placed the gold upon the table The next minute a small pile of gold He staked it all again was at his elbow And he won A bright spot of scarlet replaced the pallor in his cheek which spread and deepened as Dame Fortune persistently frowned who had so upon him now reserved for him only her smiles Morning was breaking when he rose from tho tables no longer a desperate man but with his fortune three fold returned to him After his first winning he had turned to return to the child her offering but she Should he ever find her had vanished He knew not but ever repay the debt standing at last out under the clear blue sky with a great weight lifted from his heart and brain Harold Clayton vowed that it should be his life search but that the lesson taught him should never be forgotten and the gaming tables should know him never more Six years passed and Harold Clayton was winning name and famo in his own land in his profession as an artist Standing one night in a crowded assembly some one in passing touched him lightly on the arm with her fan and glancing around he met the smiling face of his hostess Come she said I want to present tomy belle If you can prevail upon Sou to give you a sitting and transfer her coloring to canvass you wUl render your- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Come away my dear said a very lovely woman among the spectators in a whisper to her husband I am sorry that we came This is noplace for Pearl indicating with a nod of tho head as she spoke an exquisitely beautiful girl searcely more than a child of some twelve or thirteen summers who stood self immortal Is she then so beautiful he ques- Â¬ tioned Judge for yourself she lightly re- Â¬ joined leading him to a little group doing homage to the fair girl in its center Miss Beybum Mr Clayton were the formal words of the introduction as Harold bowed in acknowledgement be- Â¬ fore the woman whom his artistic eve con- Â¬ fessed the most beautiful that in all his wanderings he had ever met Before the evening was ended he might have added the first woman he ever loved since she had awakened in him an interest as new as it was strange Through the next week her face haunted him Then they met again and the charm grew and deepened He could not define it he scarcely acknowledged it to himself only away from Miss Bey- Â¬ bum he was restless and uneasy until he again found himself within the scope of fascinations hr Searching After tho Secret of Lire A pean of evolution was sung by Pro- Â¬ fessor G F Barker in his address on The Problem of Life The solution of that problem the Professor looking forth from his Bevolutionary Pisgah an nouncedto be very near at hand The rapid inarch of Tecent organic synthesis makes it quite certain that every distinct chemical subtanco of the living body will ultimately bo produced in the labor- Â¬ atory and this from inorganic materials Giving only the exact constitution of a compound and its synthesis follows When tliprpforn tho ciipmiKt nlinll cii eed in producing a mass constitutional v anxious suspense when those who wero identical with protoplasmic albumen watching over her couch knew not which there is overy reason to expect that it would conquer the angel of life or death will exhibit all tho phenomena which But there came an hour never to be for-Â¬ characterize its life and this equally gotten when ho was admitted into her whether protoplasm be a Bingle substance or a mixture of several closely allied sub- Â¬ presence She was very white very fragile but stances There is no essential difference more beautiful than in the coloring of between the protoplasmic life of the A nnnr Anflecinn plant and that of the animal hence the TVrfWt Iipnltl w was in the violet eyes raised to welcome solution of the life question in the myx omyectes will solve the lifo problem for him the highest vertebrate am Isaid very glad to see you again sympathizing hearer fail toNor could tho draw tho she gently I hear you have ference whether the lecturer wished into been anxious about me You were verv suggest it or not that with the life prob- Â¬ kind- Then the words ho had not meant to lem all other problems moral intellec-Â¬ tual and spiritual would be solved also 6pcak burst from Ids lips Anxious ho said can aman Miss and that the highest vertebrate was a Eeybnrn perishing of hunger hear of full equivalent for humanty It may bo the famine without a shudder I am pre- Â¬ so but tho predictions of science like sumptuous you will say It is true other predictions must await the verdict What is my life with ite many settled of experiment Let Prof Barker make pages in which your eyes could never a man or even an oyster and scepticism look that I should dare to offer it to will bow lefore the evidence of fact But yon And yet purified by your love I even then we shall not bo able to admit wotdd try to make it more worthy Tell that the rudiments of a being are the be- Â¬ or that description of its me answer mo If I serve as Jacob ing itselfaccount aof its nature andgenesis a limf served for Bachcl is there hope that I is a full may win you My darling My dar Â¬ tation of its destiny Every man was ling I cannot live my life without you once an embryo yet the mon is not an embryo but a man and the case will not Will you not share it Lower and lower dropped the lids un- Â¬ bo changed if tho protoplasmic lifo of til tho long dark lashes swejit tho marble Newton and Shakspeare can be identified with that of of the myxomycetcs Noth- Â¬ check while the sweet mouth trembled but tho momentary weakness passed as ing will have been proved except this she spoke Forget all that you have that the author of our being works not by abrupt cremation but by gradual Baid Mr Clayton It can never bo manner analogous to You do not love me he questioned progress in a tho finished products hu- Â¬ man effort of sadly litlln VI 4Vnn innii jl r An VnorAMi Again that swift expression of pain which are essentially different if there is any sucli thing ns essential difference tJL j i flitted across the lovely face rudiments or raw materials for It j sim tf leaftlic I shall never marry she answered from their w mw impucu iu me saving but and in her voice crept an almost auuuiis is publishers out of deference probably to pleading tone I need my friends very in public Poetic spirit of the 2tfLTZ much Mr Clayton Do not desert me a and tific doctrine of evolution That which schools call it to leallet sheet of in size it noto pa about eqrml half J cannot no replied o dierton - i i v would oo to desert the hooo of mJEav ia cuuuu EYomuuii lsouiv an ooservca per in UtliULfll iui ClilllJllb topics wincn the zrtu- jojxiu uuil iHimimitC l wemoi Zu i TOroing YOu to xmsTry nirrsccrijejs ja lB LiyJ J i uei iK i uiuiui iu u ubceuuuiK- t T tho nope Inch will go with m wav this is a cood thine scale what power causes and regulates s grave is a recognition of a possibility which tho movement is just as much a mystery It long has What was the barrier between tbem as ever been dimly foreshadowed tho n wouia mystery even possibility of permitting children tolearn This was tho question ever ringing in though Professor remain ashould Barker succeed something besides reading while studying Harold Clayton s ear As Bho looked in producing life by chemical appliances when she pronounced his doom so ho that art The absurdity of confining the would had fancied she might have looked when because he which be only the instrument pupils in our public schools to tho literaendowed tho chemical ture and history of tho past as if thoso the power tho statue warmed into life Since then she had been colder more ingredients with the life generating vir- Â¬ alone contained any value as models or distant than before but ho caught the tue would still be behind II evolution lessons has long been manifest and implies more than momentary expression and transferred of phases or stages an observed succession there has been for some timo a growiug to the picture on which his every plies a krown causeofof existence if it im- disposition to modcrnizo the reading it progression it is course and give it somewhat of current leisure moment was spent a mitleading and illegitimate term Tho Ho was thus engrossed one morning interest As a step in this direction the publication referred to is quite signific- Â¬ ever striving to add new beauty to his By8anicr ant almost perfect work when a low knock Resistance of Bricks But at best it is a half measure If the at the door aroused him The resistance of bricks to a crushing rising generation is to learn to read by Come in he called then bent anew to his task without so much as raising force varies greatly according to the practicing upon something of current his head until a low laughing voice quality of the brick Trautwine who interest to the end that something may has experimented considerably with be learned why stop short of tho daily sounded close beside him WTe were caught in the shower Mr building materials says on this point paper A leaflet of selected items of Clayton and I persuaded Margaret to that a rather soft brick will crush under a current news once a month is better than seek shelter with me here I did not weight of from 450 to 600 pounds per rigid confinement to tho Crusades or ex- Â¬ square inch or about thirty to forty tons tracts from Macaulay but if tho daily dream she would find herself forstalled last It was Mrs Somers who spoke the per square footof This best is about tho readingIk lesson were the daily news it sandstone the would infinitelv letter Tho school- lady who had first presented him to Miss crushing limit Be burn whoso instruction he had un Â¬ two thirds as much as tho best marbles boys or school girls of to day know infi- or limestones and one half an much net njtely more of the war of tho Bosea and known to her carried out Margaret she asked turning to her the best granites or roofing slates But the American Bevolution than of the friend you have been sitting for your masses of brickwork ho notes will crush Afghan war or the Franco Prussian war portrait and did noflet me know Whj under much smaller loads than single or even the war of tho Eebeilion Of the bricks In some English experiments threatened war in the East they know have you kept it such a secret He had now sprung to his feet in time referred to by this author small cubical nothing and it is a part of the present to 6ee the rosy tide spread over Margaret masses only 9 inches on each edge laid system inai iney snail Know noining in cement crushed under 27 to 40 tons Yet with a liberal use of the daily paper Beyburns face with piers 9 It was liberty I took without Miss per Bquare foot 2Others inches high in in place of tho reading books now in vogue both boys and girls coidd be kept Beyburns knowledge Mrs Somers he inches square and feet 3 cement days after being built informed events and explained I assure you I have never required onlytotwo tons per square foot to same time of currentart of reading at the 62 44 quite learn the been so fortunate as to secure a sitting Well you shall have one now and crush them Another of pressed brick in as satisfactory as they now do Indeed best Portland cement is said to have it is almost certain that they would learn you must thank me for it she rejoined while Margaret turned away to examine withstood 202 tons per square foot and more satisfactorily for interest in and the sketches and studies lying about iu with common lime mortar only one fourth intelligent comprehension of what ono as much is reading must necessarily add very profnso confusion The same authority however is care Â¬ much to tho power of readme expres Here are some sketches ttken while 1 ful to add the statement that cracking sively and well There are some daily was studying abroad Miss Eeybnrn ncfiallir ffmmcTinn YiTtflAfan1 said Harold Will you aujuse yourself 1 aboul onehaff t crushing loads To bo papers of course which could not prop erly or safely be introduced into tho bv lookintr at them Bale he the load should not moments in- Â¬ exceed recommends or one tenth of tho schools but there are numbers of excelI will return in a few one eighth the New Wait forme crushing load and bo also with stone lent papers like the Free JPrcss of simiterrupted Mrs Somers York Jivcning Post and others my dear Moreover he notes theso experiments character any one of which A word of expostulation rose to Mar- Â¬ were mode with low masses but tho lar high introduced in tho schools as be garets lips but too late The door had strength decreases as the proportion of could reading lesson to far better purposoa daily closed behind tho speaker He than a monthly publication like that the height to thickness increases Silence fell between the two thus left cites the following examples The pres- above referred to Detroit Free Press behind when alow cry arrested Harolds sure nt the base of a brick shot tower in attention He sprang to Miss Beyburns Baltimore 246 feet high is estimated at Give Me Haggles side six and a half tons per square foot and A well known lady artist resident in Her eves were fixed unon a little sketch in a brick chimnev at Glascow Scotland she held in her hand It represented a 468 feet high at nine tons Prof Bankin Borne relates that while- standing one gaming table at one end m which sat a caicuiuiea mat ui aicnvj giuco uuo jiio- - day near the statue of the Apollo Belvi man haggard desperate desparing and Bure is increased to fifteen tons on the deie sho suddenly became aware of the by him a child holding out to him a sin- Â¬ leeward side The walls of both are of presence of a country woman The new wo-Â¬ gle gold piece with a smile in her eyes course much thicker at the bottom than comer a and seeminglyn prayer on her lips of man introduced herself as Mrs Baggies the top With walls 160 feet high Missouri and then asked You would know the history of that uniform thickness the pressure at the of Is this tho Apollo Belvidere Let me tell you base would be five and four tenths tons picture he said Miss H testified to the identity of Years ago I was in Hamburg Tho per square foot He prudently concludes tables attracted me and every night that with our present imperfect know- Â¬ tho work and tho tourist then said Considered a great statue found me beside them losing or winning ledge on the snbject it cannot be considwas The interrogated lady according to the fortune of the hour ered safe to expose even first class pressed generally thought to boreplied that it ono of the masOne evening tho demon ill luck pursued brick work in cement to more than me I lost and lost till I found I was twelve or fifteen tons per squaro foot and terpieces of the world Manly beauty and all that sort of beggard Maddened desperate I re-Â¬ good hand molded bricks to more than thing said the lady from tho laud of the to put an end to my miserablo two thirds as much solved setting sun life when some one touched my shoulder Yes responded the now amazod stood beforo me nnd slipped a child angel Of course all jokes on limberg cheese artist It is said to bo one of tho For my are ancient and smell bad but the fol- Â¬ into my hand a piece of gold noblest representations of tho human The croupiers lowing from tho Janesville Jiccordcr sake she wliispered frame hoarse call warned mo no timo was to bo will cause a smile if anything will Last closWell exclaimed staked the gold and won but week a couplo of our sporting mon went ing her Badekor and Mrs Baggies lost I with arms akimbo back her own she had out very early in the morning to hunt turning to give taking a last and earnest look at tho mar- Â¬ fled When I rose from tho table I had wild geese and took a lunch with them ble seen tho Appollo Belvidero recovered all and more but I vowed to Among the rest they had some liniberger and Ivo Ive seen Baggies and give me Bag- Â¬ unknown deliverer that I would nover cheese my When they returned in tho gies Boat on Commercial Advertiser again hazard a dollar of the fortune Icon afternoon they brought home tho re- Â¬ sidored hers I have nover found her mainder of the lunch The children of A tho Margaret The child will never know one of tho hunters began looking over moansroETEsa insick of Chicago Tribune tho seasons that I am am not afraid to meet the basket and got a smell of the cheeso her work but I come and go Her caso is hopeless my pledge her for I have kept and a little girl five years old ran to her Not one of tho 4000 patent nostrums it was almost a whisper mamma and said Ma I should think advertised in the newspapers and on tho Harold but something in tho tone made his heart that cheeso would be ashamed of him- board fences is warranted to cure a per have I known self give a wild joyous leap Bon who is sick of the seasons that como you all this time and you have just and Tho only remedy we can sugfound me out It was this Harold that A Sooth Carolina Baptist church gest 50 to employ all the almanac builders is separated us I dared not give my lifo contains in its old records the mention to invent some new seasons and drop tho to a man whom I had first known as a of a woman being excluded from the old ones And have em made stationary gambler I supposed you still played doing too much talk- Â¬ so thoy wont come and go church for Norris and I thought that to see again the ex- Â¬ ing in the neighborhood As no Buch town Herald pression on your face I had seen that case is recorded of late years it is sup- Â¬ night would kill me Tell me is it true posed that the race of such women is i Bernhardt is a theatrical comet Ger-Have you never touched a card since extinct iter a fixed star good-for-nothi- n Yet her nature remained an enigma to him Although 60 young in years so beautiful in form and feature she seemed cold even to haughtiness reticent almost to scorn It was as though Bomo exquisite marÂ¬ ble stntuohod risen in hi nnfW r which might some day warm into lifo She welcomed him whenever they met with a manner which while it gav him no cause for complaint yet chilled tho hope springing within his breast One day on going to Her home tho servant met him at the dooii with the an Â¬ nouncement that she was vR y ill This knonledgo brought other knowledgo the fact that he could no longer conceal from himself that beloved her and that upon his hope of winning her hung his lifes happiness He went back to his 6tudiowretched and despairing and seatediii ru5elfat bis easeL He Lad not meant to paint her face his brain seemed unconscious of his fingerss toil yet when the morniug broke it was her features smiling upon him from the canvas and ho remembered the words his hostess had uttered on tho night he first had met her- - that thus ho should render himself immil He grew pale and wan oRho days of Never he answered solemnly And it is to you I owo it it and lifo Pearl Little Pearl can you not trust the man who has been so long faithful to the child to bo still faithful to tho wo Â¬ man My own you will not doom the life that yon have saved But at this juncture Mrs Somers open Â¬ ing thedoor beats a precipiato retreat Harolds statue has warmed into life and pressing the lovely lips to his ho thanks God that it is breath which has awakened it fwia i re7 wLm Â¬ Â¬ A r fii Li I 1 1W tt puoses-inrouf-TC t JLLi -- ti - iiii aAJ s Induced to Chow never tried to chow tobacco but once remarked tho Bov Mr BodwelL I shall never forget the circumstance Tell us about it remarked a young lady who a few moments before had been baptized by the reverend gentleÂ¬ I man r Â¬ Â¬ I was a very small boy at the time and was a groat favorito of Daniel a col- Â¬ ored man owned by my father I used to go out to Dans cabin at night and listen to his ghost stories until I was afraid to cross tho yard to tho big house as tho negroes termed our residence One night when tho wind scattered the snowflakes around the oldcabiu and while 86 end large sweet potatoes roasted in the fire I sat with old Daniel No ono who has been rnised among colored peo Â¬ ple can forget tho comfort of sitting around the cabin fire The old spinning wheel the hamper baskets in the corner the red bedsteads and the dug out cra- Â¬ dle all come back and defy the influence of glowing furniture nnd soft rugs Dan was strikingly communicative on the night in question We had killed hogs that day and tho truth is old Dan had been drinking Tom remarked the old man yer don chaw terbarker docs yer No sir Dats a pity A boy who doesnt chaw terbarker never will be a man I will bet yer cant spit obcr dat backlog Try hit I tried and failed signally Dar now Doan boy what Haben yer eber noticed how a man will spit Yes sir Wall wouldnt jer like to place yer sef on de record an learn ter spit like a white man Yes sir Wall heah take dis and he cuta piece of tobacco from a largo twist Smack dat in yer mout an chaw while der taters is roostin I obeyed and in a few moments could spithkea man Come down on hit savage he said Hit hard Watch me and ne chewed vigorously The fire grew excessively warm I looked around and tho hamper baskets seemed to be tumbling over each Doan spit hit out Hit savago Chaw hard De victory is in sight Is yer sick No sir but but I had eaten a Â¬ cant spit never will be a man yer know dat n Â¬ Â¬ other Â¬ I - hearty snpper but within three minutes from the timo I throw out the tobacco I was as empty as one of the hamper baskets and as limber as the spinning wheel band Dan spread a blanket on the floor and as I dozed off to sleep I heard him blowing the ashes from the potatoes I never have taken another chew Little Bock Gazette Indian Population In Manitoba Most strangers on arriving at Winni- Â¬ peg are attraotedby the appearance of the red man on the streets They are a harmless uncouth lot of people hard to educate except in the civilized accom- Â¬ plishment of imbibing whiskey They uro as all Indians are exceedingly par- Â¬ tial to firewater and in some way they manage to got a good deal of it An In Â¬ dian looks miserablo enough in paint feathers nud a dirty blanket when sober but when ho gets drunk he is a most idi- Â¬ otic and disrcputnblo specimen of hu- Â¬ manity Who is to blame for the un Â¬ seemly spectacles that havo been seen repeatedly on the streets of Winnipeg during tho past month I do not know certainly tho matter should havo been thoroughly investigated weeks ago Our Indians are pcaceablo and morally dis Â¬ posed if not exposed to tho demoralizing effects of liquor in which their men bo como maniacs and their women prosti- Â¬ tutes Tho city refrigerator as a cer- Â¬ tain local journalist dubs tho gaol is always partially filled with those unfor- Â¬ tunate victims and the city is put to n heavy expense- by those parties whoever they are who niako money by selling liquor to tho Indians contrary to law Wo aro rather proud of our red men when thoy ore sober There is a grotesque noss about their dirty grandeur that in- Â¬ terests most people but there is nothing fascinating about them when under the influence of liquor Manitoba Letter in Toronto Globe - gaming-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ whkh he had thoughts of a the idea suddenly struck into the alter in the rear TT the window and of 2LJ poa sash boxesa coal scuttles peered ash straw withont number and and was ckee his observations when sion so often made use of the M k srae down with a thud and The name of the thimble was origin- - strook the shoulders In his friglsMjcit to his knees and while the any uenvea irom tno words tnumu ana - Den Doing at first thumDie ana solid JiMMj ha body was all right the new saloon afterward thimble It is of Chinese ia lihtec fM ever tho window silL In od A cxerotjian being asked why he vention and was introduced into En Â¬ ditionsJrfce weight of the sash any I aont gland about the year 1695 by John Lot- iUoveMpj ftlM body was accompanied wore unmated gloves replied ting who came from Holland and com- Â¬ by M bash could not bo reached wish my right hand to know what my wit lfc0 H Tsis freely enough to lift it menced its manufacture in London There is such a thine in this world as Formerly iron and brass wese seed osti Xmlmtiemned fa the prominent Vntrri knlm rTTn tho jnflktof hnmantldndhe68 TbutThe laTferrysW Hi veTanasvTaT SrTr feo3 T- Kmrm ia wr T T nT f could notgpect it adm bemmBX their places was alone in the store but as ho looked ming uierreanrirom it Pbesident Lincoln during the war down The New Orleans Picayune says that into the alley a boy came stumping issued proclamations recommending special thanksgiving for victory to tho nlong to find something worth lugging a retired tragedian is an ex acting man Should he retire to the stage a re action Union forces in 1862 and 1863 and a away Hello boy hello called thociti may be expected to take place national proclamation of the annual Thanksgiving day in 1863 nnd 1864 The een I declare exclaimed a slovenly Hello yourself cried the boy as he writer I wish I could find a pen thai President has since then annually issue would just suit me And instantly came such a proclamation and similar procla- Â¬ looked up Say boy come under the window a chorus Try a pig pen mations are issued by Governors of States and Mayors of cities Custom has here I want to speak to you The French lady who Eaid to her maid Not much yer dont chucled tho fixed the last Thursday in November as Nino oclock I must begin to undress gamin You cant drop no coal scuttles for tho ball understood the true inward Â¬ tho time on my head ness of modem fashionable life The expression Sick Man as ap- Â¬ But I dont mean to On dear exchaimed Penniman plied to Turkey originated with the I Mebbe not but youve got a Emperor Nicholas of Russia He is on you for all that When did bad faco wish I could excel in something I do you get behove if I should kill a man it wouldnt represented to have said to Sir George out of the jug be anything but murder in the second Seymour in a conversation nt St Pet- Â¬ Boy Iwantyourhelp ersburg on Jan 11 1844 We have on So does your aunt Dont get me degree our hands a sick man a very sick man A Boston believer in Bob Ingersoll to stand in with no such duffer as you says It would be a great misfortune if one of are If a man smites you on one cheek these days he should happen to die be- Â¬ turn other him Ian caught in this window and want over to him the with and whackcomes fore the necessary arrangements were all to get out the head whatever made The minutes of their conversa- Â¬ handy So would Been prospecting tion at different times on the subject old junk eh I Youll get six months for A poor cornet got his skull fractured for having been laid before Parliament by that and was told by tho doctor that hia brain the English Ministry in the course of Write and tell youll come up stairs help me was visible He repled the debates that immediately preceded out If givo you a dollar and my father for he always jswore I had nidollar You cant play no the declaration of war against Russia A dollar none the expressive appellation Sick Man store on me old man If you make up A Kentcckt girl died with the heart of the East was caught up and circuanother facaliko that at me 111 hit you disease a few hours after her lated by the press till it has become an iu the eye with this old lemon 1 dont This proves that young ladies marriage shouldnt established national sobriquet look starched up but I dont let any man marry until after they had given their Dalles are the channels of rivers insult me all the same hcarts away through rock formations where the rocks Dont you know who I am softly FrDOETxlady But what am I to do rise precipitously from tho waters edgo asked the citizen I cant ride with my back to the engino on both sides of the stream They aro Naw I dont but 111 bet the perlece Insolent youth Better speak to the formed either by a volcanic convulsion do Youve got one of the hardest mugs conductor hell turn the train around to or ore cut by tho water The Dalles on you I ever saw and Pvo a good mind oblige you Funny Folks of the St Louis at the head of Lake to givo you ono just for luck I Look out Said a crafty husband to his business Superior aro very beautiful but are not now I have promised my wife an He made as if he would throw and partner grand The Dallesof the St Croix near St Paul Minn are navigable and the citizen dodged This was such fun immense surprise for her bithday More extravagance I shall give her for the boy that he kept it npfor three are almost worthy to be called grand of the Columbia in Ore-Â¬ or four minutes and the offer of 2 had nothing it will be on immense surprise The Dalles Clothe zee in dreams says Miss gon aro perilous rapids and are subdi Â¬ no effect on him Then he gathered six vided reckoning downward into the or eight old lemons and oranges together Fannie Driscoll in a recent poem If you mean tho kind of dreams a person has Little Dalles and The Dalles On and said rbelieve you are the boss hyena who after catingmincepie and omelette youd the latter the basaltic rocks which form a considerable distance above bound knocked dad down at the caucus and be frightfully dressed Fannie Botton tho channel and confine the stream to Im going to drive your nose back ex- Â¬ Post Wht Frankie exclaimed a mother one third of its width with a perpendicÂ¬ actly an inch H you throw at mo Ill call tho po Â¬ at the boarding house ular wall on either side while tho dam Â¬ I never knew you to ask for a second piece of pie at ming up of the plunging surges iri lice 2L exclaimed the citizen creases the dfficnlUesand dangers of oer ye call the sooner yell nome I knew twant no use said w the descent J iTTHereVtohit you square on Frank as he proceeded with his pie eatingTheJJppening of the back door of a When a man agrees to deliver a letter Men Who Wear Beards store nnd the appearance of a man dis- Â¬ to hisfriend8 sweetheart and forgets it concerted the lads aim and tho lemon and leaves it in his pocket where his Owing perhaps to a dearth of topics a writer in a Parisan paper discourses struck the citizens hat instead of his wifo finds it ho may just as well save him- Â¬ upon genius and beards and makes tho noset His yells brought a climax but self the trouble of telling her the facts subject anything but uninteresting He tho air was full of tropical fruit even as They wont be believed challenges proof that apart from a very the boy dusted down the alley and turned I guess dad wishes wed all die and few exceptions no great orator ever woro a corner go to heaven said a misers son to his The boy couldnt help acting that way maternal parent Among eminent beard or moustache Why so she asked French bpeakera and statesmen Mira Hewasbornso He wouldnt have been upon recovering from her astonishment bean Danton Vergniaud Berryer Foy a bit like a boy to run up stairs and re- Â¬ Oh cause heaven is such a cheap place leased the man He didnt have a fair to live in Chateaubriand Manuel Do Broglio chance with his spoiled lemons but boys Mole Odillon Barrot Casimir Perier At a hotel table a child attracted con- Â¬ Guizot Thiers and Montalembert all soon get over disappointments Detroit siderable attention by saying repeatedly shaved Tho mustacho is thought to bo Free Pres Yon have hadfivo or I want a cake a distinctive military adornment yet it replied tho mother six already was not worn by Alexander Ctesar Pom k Lime Kiln Club Episode Thems not the ones I want I want a pey Trajan nor Napolean Bovolntionists Theqnestion before the Club was fresh one are popularly supposed to be marked A Kenttjckt girl says that when she Is a person who has a police whistle in by unkempt beards yet Bobespierre his pocket any safer than a man who can dies she desires to have tobacco planted Marat Saint Just and Herbert wero care- Â¬ At de fust mer her grave that the weed nourished fully shaven Of French writers and jump a six rail fence by her body may be chewed by her beÂ¬ poets Moliere and Corneillo wore the glance dat seems an oncasy connndrnm but when you Fxchange Richelieu mustache but Bacine Pascal answered the old man mns see dat de reaved lover expect to back Poor girl who can she er in this Vol- Â¬ cum to ponder on it you La Fontaine Boileau La Bruyere to jump taire Bosseau Diderot Montesquieu jumper cant nllus fin a fence a tree or queer conceit and all the thinkers and savants of the He may jump agin a house or to eighteenth century indulged in a clean a hedge An may jump ober a fence a A Stage Coach Incident shave did Dante Petrarch Byron escape robbers only to bo tackled by So Postmaster Adkinson of Virginia City you have a Shelly Pope Addison Sheridan Gold- Â¬ wolf trap or a bull dog deH purleecehev Nev is famous for the enormous size whistle an smith Swift Johnson Fielding Bich purleece answer call an you lay do of Ids pedal extremities Congressman a time to ardson Pitt Burke and Fox One fact whistle down an tackle de pusson an Daggett and tho P M were riding in a however the writer appears to overlook stage coach when a funny incident hap- Â¬ and that is that very few men of nuy hold him fast till de officer arroves it am pened which is thus related by the M lietterdan jumpin but do chances am professon permitted their lieards to grow de judge will let de man off an hint C in tho the times of a great majority of dat you The sfcigo was considerably crowded didnt hev a case nuff to hang a the celebrities enumerated above In dat Among tho passengers were a lady present generation a largo majority hat on Seems to me considerin all little girL The child was so smalland a the that to take a indeed at least nine tenths of men circumferencs dat it am bes street kyar fiu as ye kin an put in some her feet did not reach the floor of the wear beards St Paul Pioneer Press coach and she presently became very tired tall runnin de balance of de way De President doubtless meant to Say and restless Observing this Mr Dag Â¬ gett told the mother that the child would circumstances instead of circumferences Archibald Forbes remarked the Bev Penstock as he grace- Â¬ be much more comfortable if she had Mr Forbes the English some support for her feet and at the spinal column began his literary life by writ- Â¬ fully straightened his dis cha r wants it samo time informed her that under the Brudder Penstock from the barracks when a private in ing understood dat when it says seat was a valise that she could draw out the Royal Dragoons He never had anj distinctly circumferences it doan mean nuflin which would be just the thing The lady practical journalistic experience until he reached under tho scat and began tagÂ¬ went out as a correspondent for the Lon- Â¬ else Some folks would have said circum- Â¬ ging away at what she supposed to be a don Advocate in tho Franco German added the Beverend as he sat vahse war Ho tells an amusing story of his stances Cant you get it out said Daggett An some folks might have down experience with this paper No said tho lady it dont seem Detroit Free said sossage but didnt 1 stayed with tho German army he to como though I might get it if I could Press said until Paris was surrounded then find the handles a message came withdrawing me the Here Postmaster Adkinson aroused Pot of Ministers and Actors movement seemed editor writing that the from a doze and said Why my dear reduced to the environment of Paris and Remarks are often mode implying that madam you have got hold of my foot that he had a correspondent in Paris the ministers are overpaid or at least Such was the actual fact The lady That struck me as being good Tift that such men as Mr Bcecher and Dr never having seen the postmasters mud correspondent in Paris couldnt get out ore extravagantly paid The fol- Â¬ scows hod no idea that what she found Storrs and couldnt send any news out either lowing figures given by the New York under the seat could be anything else I went homo offered some of the news Id Tribune are worthy of being borne in than a big leather vahse Edwin collected to the Times was received very mind Beecher gets 20000 cooly walked ont drew lots to see which Booth 3100000 a year Dr Hall of Fifth An Eye Fountain paper Id select drew the Telegraph Avenue and Dr Dix of Trinity get The eyesight of tho Czar is said to sold them six columns and thus got my 15000 while E A Sothero earns over greatly improved by a start I wis running tho Scotchman at 150000 as Lord Dundreary and John have consisting of glaznoi simple rem- Â¬ a douche or the time I was sent to Mctz and the E Owens plays thirty weeks annually edy eye fountain throwing a tiny jet of deli- Â¬ died I lost 1000 ind sworo Id for 90000 Talmage preaches for 12 Eaper nothing more to do with runniug a 000 and Joe Jefferson plays forty weeks cate spray a yard and a half into the air newspaper That oath cost me t000 a at Hip Van Winkle and earns 120000 The temperature of the water is fixed at year Edmund Yates when ho started The scholary and gifted Dr Storrs has 80 degrees Fahrenheit and tho spray is allowed to beat against the eyelids for the H oria on juhk wanted mo to go iu 10000 and Maggie Mitchell earns 30 and put in half 250 I wouldnt just 000 to 50000 Dr Cuylcr works hard ninety seconds night and morning The on that account To day the lJrorf and faithfully for 8000 a year while remedy seems at first sight ridiculously pays Edmund Yates 8000 a year It Dion Boucicault finished a season as the simple but it has for several years been was successful from the very start Shaeugraun etc at 3000 a week successfully employed in Russia For and his managers scolded him in the the literary man or jaded beauty going public prints because he would not play with weak and weary eyes to rest there Curing Sick Headache at the samo price Dr Potter of is said to be nothing more refresning A Vermont correspondent writes that longer Church has 10000 and a par Â¬ than to bend for a minute or two over a Grace after suffering from sick headache for sonage tho eloquent Dr Tiffany has glaznoi douche The eyes recover twenty years with frequent attacks of 10000 the once vigorous now venera Â¬ strength in an amazing manner from diphtheria quinsy and erysipelas sho ble Dr Chapin gets 10000 while the fine but powerful impact of the in Â¬ has discovered the cause of all Iter trouli Fanny Davenport earns 1000 eveiy vigorating spray and there is none of les Eight months abstinence from meat week sho plays that depressive reaction succeeding the has cured her of dyspopsia and all tho uso oftonics ailments she has suffered from and her Dinners for the Departed health is better than it has beon for many Leprosy In Louisiana The style of years On a diet of vegetables and cer- Â¬ guest in Central speeding the parting America especially if Leprosy exists to a considerable extent eals with fish and eggs occasionally she too Ul to remain on account of the in the parish of Lafourche La An at Â¬ is well and strong Hoppy are they who he is dinner tempt to moke an official investigation in- Â¬ climate is to give him a grand find out their limitations physical eend him to sea sick at his stomach wish was lately resisted with arms the lepers tellectual and spiritual and do not ruin and hope to pleasant believing that the suf-Â¬ health and happiness in a vain endeavor him ahim again journey us thoroughly and their friends isolated among on an island in ferers were to be to digest something beyond their pow-Â¬ see restored to health and able to resume tho the ocean The report of the physicians ers emi- Â¬ is that the disease is not gaining ground arduous duties for which he is so Few live to digest the Louisville Coitrlcr JournaL An Iowa farmer says We raise four nently fitted hundred bushels of potatoes to the acie dinner here which would be a big thing if we The difference between dancing and The man who took ipecac instead of card playing is just exactly the differ didnt raiie insects enough to cat em all said he felt retched afterwards t quinine op aaoe between tha reel and tha I deaL A renMu-H-sI H comaatgK it A prominent and dig-mhedPtsT was Ioookinar thront h the thirf W Vindow of block on Jeffer- - Heralfif another case of a boy who fCealaat Help sortsMii betii They make type now with a coat on that is tunic type A suburban Paris dealer announced that ho sold donkeys like his father A sice child may be able to stave off castor oil but it cant always parrj goric A hewing machine agent has no mnsio in himself when he condemns a Singer One characteristic about the fair ones is they prefer to embrace clean sir faces The most charming bridal veils are of wo Delusion illusions Exchange should say If you would bo wealthy get upon a mule You would soon find ont that you ore better off Of course smoking is worse than chew Â¬ ing for tho old adage says Of two evils chews the least The dearest the nearest thing to hu Â¬ manity is its kin Samo with tother pear the nearest thing is its skin A Nevada editor began leader on This Ice Cream with the remark delicious bivalve is now on sale at the Â¬ -- -- BMP 7 -- xi -- --- jjsaaiu f9HsaVMH-flMHHpJrS sBMsrajsj -a 1 Â¬ i I 1 J - J - J K V- c- s - jNJftjJEfaaatyfBlwfaijteBaiZtfiMlt KKKBfBtEmtKKfiiifatiiiiiSSnwRBiBflilHHHBHHuiik MjJ8tiHMMBIMBBMBIHBMlSBBBtffT r4HBBMiHHHHHHBiHHHiifet jEWM MBLykllijLK aaaHaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaMWaaaaiaBaBBKaaW tfi8jaffiaBMMaBaBaMlHHialBlaaaaBaaiaaaaBBaa JiiTaiFnMiaLijg kii 3nn t - fBWBfiwBaEgriPgpfmrlff - w - y i - i M ijatlxi ail IIHBiLii rtrnusntD - Tr r - - - 4 THE HICKMAN COURIER aoxiv Ull llllliW A IS - - JIJIglJMJIiJlJIJJWJllWJMMjJJJ AIVCRTISKtICT To t -l- i-j J J i ML 1 rwsN J J J I J-JJ- U- firfc J When defeat cornea and oant be The country is pluuginjr forward inJtlCRUAX kdxtucky to an era of eiantick speculation and helped the best way to bear it is to FFBia TUB Oitice TIctnze Cniltlinp Clinton Street trade The muM casual ob erver of display good humor On the occasion busines alfiirs is bound to note his of a big Republican jolificalion one L fAe OldalXcKspcpcrin Western Kenluel g B Cate a Democrat was caught up by tendency Transaction in railroad the crowd and carried to tho stand opening mines building vast manufacGeorge where he made this speech tories each in itself involving the iu Fellow citfzeni A at IpJPc 2 vestment of million not thotKands or tends hi own funeral man itusually exbut is not hundreds but millions ofdollars are pected that he should talk a great DEC 10 1880 entered upon with as much eae an deal FRIDAY I knew the funeral services impure 511 Cnrb Soda In of fk confidence as would have characterized would go on without me so I conclu Oil rlitlr dirty Trlil te color It may Trie Clinton Democrat brinps for ded 1 had better bring in tho bodyappear- vemte examined by lt ncir bnt a COMPAKISOX IVITSC ward the name of Hon Oscar Turner the investment of so many hundreds But it takes a great deal of grace to anb ciivncn BRAND Ann ataoir twenty years ago The existing feel- Â¬ sustain a man who helps to furnish the TVlll JIAMTIEn in the list of probable material ont of tlio dlllcroncc favoring gigantic internal improve corpse like tins iSnbody hut a Dem Â¬ which Kentucky can make her Uni ing Sco tli at your Unit Ins Soda I TvhltennrtlUREanshonldbeAIIj ments in the United States is really ocrat could do if It is certain that no tod States Senator SI3IIXAK SUIISXANCED BKd to wonderful and appears almost mad Â¬ one save the Democrats has had a food A simple hat terem tst ft tto aenpsraUT TnE Fallon Index osys it will put dening to the plain plodding average chance to try it for tho last twenty value ot different brands of Foda Is to dissoh e years dessert pnoonful of each kind irith about a piaS its best foot forward for Judge Ed citizen But it is none the less a real of waterlhot preferred in elear Rlaseea ttlmss Disappointment is the modern Demcntil all is thoroughly dissolved ThMiHta Kttrks of Fulton should he become a fact nnd we now make thejprodiction ocrats birthright and mourning his rioui insolable matter in the inferior Bods Trfll be shown after settling tame ftrentr mlantn or cTndidate for the Legislature Stark that more money will be thus invested normal condition They took out a sooner by the milty anoenrasce of the aolotioav end the quantity ot Coating floeiy matter ao would no doubt make a capital legis in tin- - country in the next two or three patent on disaster twenty years ago cording to Quality and it has never been infringed The Be sure and ask for Ctrarcn Co Soda ae lator years than has been for the past ten patent ran out in 1870 and they have ete that their name is on the vackago and yon will est the purest and whitest made- Tbonsa be for the en just got it renewed Looking over the of thn with sonr milk in prefertneo to Btng The condition of the Kentucky pen The result isbound to Towdcr Bares twenty tunes its cost richment of the whole country what- landscape of the last twenty years I itentiary has been wonderfully improv See one ronnd psckgs ftx TaluahU - i may happen to special iudividual I behold acres and acre1 of busted tioa and read carefally edj but they yet say that the hemp ever Some individuals will hopes hords of disgruntled ambitions 9 SHOW THIS TO YOOR BSOCEI speculations department amounts only ta slow but and barrels of unavailing ipars oceans mako vast colossal fortunes nnd othand oceans strewed with the wrecks of pure death to prisoners therein ems ers no doubt will bite thfuast in loss phantom ships once hurdoned with jployed ruin and poverty Such is always the Democratic delusion Disappointment t PLBA8B CALL AND 8BB FOR The news from the coton Stales is result in the great battle of life In i an anchor to the Democratic soul vroiul The frost enow sleet and rain a few years at most a reaction inut Letvea hvre one time to fall And flowers to wither at the north has done disastrous work More than come tho settlement day so to speak winds breath GO TO THE one third of the cotton crop is still un- Â¬ Such has been the history of all coun Ami stars to set bnt O Democrats nil gfrotasfoiml Sante Thou bast all seasons for tbino own and a large part of it will be tries and in alleges It is said that fathered death completely lost the years of depression succeed the I might say with Shylock Suffer- Â¬ or PHASICAN AND SURGEON years of nnbridled prosperity on the ance yea sufferance is the badge ol IIICKMAN Edison is still at work on his eleo average every ten years This article our tribe I could give you 329 reaKENTUCKY his Professionil Services to trie lamps and is sanguine of super- is intended to force the attention of the sons for this A lawyer offered a judge the citizens of Hickman and vicinity sixteen reasons why his client was not ceding the use of gas entirely His readers of the Courier thatwe are in court First ho was dead The judge grand experiment of lighting eight about entering tho second year of this told him he might omit the other fifEiiles of lamp will bo tried next Jan N Outten Dr decade of general prosperity and it teen The first reason of my 329 is liary in New York City Office over ITolcombes drug store ResYou will allow behooves all citizens especially the we lacked the votes idence Moulton st near Court House But I me to omit tho other 328 rccomiaoad IU The biggest man in the world is younger who desire to grow rich in oould give you more than 329 reasons Chang the Chinese giant T lie is nine life that they must make hay while Yea More y letter John Kelly did D IT IS ROT NARCOTIC Wade Hamp feet high He arrived in New York the sun shines that the golden op- it with his little racket HIS PROFESSIONAL SER OFFERS to the citizens of Hickrain and last week and will be exhibited in this portunity is now npon them and ac- Â¬ tons mule broko his leg instead of his neck and Ben Hill wasnt born a vicinity CENTATJIC MNTMENTS tho country Baby Bates the American cording to the philosphy of the past mute Office Corner room in LacJerle notise English had foreclosed his Worlds great Paia Kelicrlng mcIiM Kentucky giant can stand under his it will only be upon them for a few mortgage and we couldnt redeem remedies Tlicylical soothe and years when the usual reaction or de Then outstretched arms crreBirnsWoniidsVircakBacIc pression will occur Tis the South that can supply and Rheumatism upon Man Col W C Bullitt of Paducah Solid comforts while we die ami Sprains Galls and lameÂ¬ Another thought is that which ap Â¬ writes a very able communication to plies to sections and localities While In some States the Greenback party ness upon Beasts Cheap quiclc the Frankfort Yeoman dwelling on this great era of development is going fell through a crack in their platform and reliable illlilliUUllilunnillfiiliu iiauuuiuiuiuij still the past history of the Democratic on it depends nearly altogether upon and crippled ns But Democracy dies lives TO BUY YOUR Its like the mule it never party What the dpvil do we care individual citizens as to whether the But unfortunately like the inulo bontthe past Colonel It is the liv l locality they inhabit shall share di- Â¬ while it lives it is forever throwing its Road bill it was discussed in open THE RUSISESS ROOM Medicines Council passed the Council unanim Â¬ Drugs Office in Millet Block ing present that confronts ns The rectly any of these grand improve riders ously was published in the Council A Word of Warning Wall Sfrecl a ALL opcrotions performed in the rnost It bucked Greely ofF and killed him world moves and we must move with menls That is to say the money to nriislic manner Special attention given FANCY TOILS AUTiCLES Sea of Speculation The Trcm cn in 1872 Tilden stuck on till he passed proceedings and the act with every to the recitation of chililrens teeth thing concerning it was kept in the it1 PEBPUMES doits Schemes of Railroad PINE carry lorwara grand local improve under the wire but there was so much the Courier until after the SOAPS Conquest JYmc to Call daylight between him and the Dem op columns of What an empire Texas would be if ments can now be obtained on goodÂ¬ eratic quadruped the judges counted election that made it a law Very dif PAINTS a Halt C Hughlecte Fae had as many inhabitants to the credit and if localities or the individ him off although ho had his feet in the fcrent bill this from the Wilson OILS mile as Massachusetts has Ac uals of a locality can andwiH put stirrups Vaughn bill which seems to have nei Iew York Herald Fquare DTE STUFFS This year we got a splendid Ai4orsac ai cording to the census rate of Massa- - forward tho credit on well conceived send off and might have won but the ther father or mother Wall street is a sea of speculation AXD REAL ESTATE AGENT Now here ends tho correspondence and commercial activity It makes one CIGARS chuseits in 1830 she would have a enterprises why then that particular donkey waB stricken down in Indiana AND TOBACCO KV HICKMAN population of 50000000 moro than this subject so far as I am concerned Enthe with g Landers We close this chapWarners Safe Kidney iU Ursr dzzy to read our money columns locality will share specifically equal to the present population of the Johnnie can grapplo up his great gold Knives Easors Real Estate Bought Sold Rented Ex M A vpiretable preparation and the Cur1Ore tTbmerlvJr Crate Kidnn grand general move of prosperity ter of history with the hop the story pen that servile instrument of a cow- terprises which a generation ago would mrr aura United States Nashville American will not be continued in our next We changed nnl Taxes Paid Ej rpciidi In the world for BrlfftUa iHaraao n ntnhftrs nnd AIL Kidney Unr nil u Let good people from all climes and The slow and cautious will grind on bear defeat more cheerfully because of ardly man and exhaust his voeabula have tried the rcources of the nttion SEWING innprj jinraws JG pprrrinncntly locafM in Ilick- brat crtier In proof iectiboa be invited into Texas and all as of old while the bold anaalture the magnanimous manner in which ry if he sees fit as for me I am done are tossed up and down and nndledl or thtyc statements iit praetrctj in all the Courts Now Johnnie dont get madunlcss as eacily a an ordinary busine Cij For the can oT IMAXneffK fan for TsiSfcWe take it eve traus Prescriptions Accurately Cosrooundedthe Southern States and we will then some will make and Tosejfc Sines you tako the victory Judicial District 2 ncr Sare Dinbetnt Can Thus much I have seen you want to 3 KiTFor tbe care or Briabta and the otcr xfjeioilection of claims find invctiea- A railway king will buy n cli jeaes The which means that the lidnts upon ry four years It might well be called fit to say How much Ive wronged aetion call for Warntrt SaAt Kidney grow stronger and richer Store of H nnd IU vcr Core tion of real estate titles mide a specialty at the the quadrennial ipecac It works up railway as he buys a cigir One syn Â¬ us and will bring bounteous prosperithis righteous man let others say i WARNERS SAFE BITTERS before elections and works down as the dicate of bankers subscribes S100UO OrjRFLAQ AMD OUR LOUNTRT IttetliobestHIoodPuriflcrBaidsltmntateS i everv function to more oeutnnu aauoa ma A A FarI8 ty to localities that show nerve of returns come in We thank you for H A T 000 to complete tho Northern Pacific isthun hjtnpflttn nil illiMVf niCKMAN Ky Dec Gth 18S0 commenjing on the po- - grasp and capacity to manpge Ab old citizen N It com SrrnfuloOT and otosrSJiln Eiuft the unanimous way in which you have an enterprise which a few railway m tions and Diseases Including Cancer V We con eition of the Courier is persistently turned out to our funeral other Sore i9 ago the same bankers condemn years Sloney c- a rrn and Idle Congress Uaye aicsNugc llnnrnla Weabnen of tl gratulate you on tho magnificent and t Yrgriiug la favor of the grand scheme FlConatlnutioii lixzinesA2inmi J ed as almost as visionary as a railway HICKMAN KENTUCKY The Chicago Tribune recalls the fact Eltrctcnrecuredbr theSnrolMtte locdc Ill The Congress of tho United State imposing grandeur of the obsequies H A Broadway firm buy to the moon nneqnaled as an appetizer and regular XH tjof improving tba Mississippi river H ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS Bottles of two sires prices SOe and SLM that six months ago it was estimated a Long Inland railroad and the trans- Â¬ convened last Monday but have done H WARNERS SAFE NERVINE said It will do more toward making entrusted to their care Qnleblr elves Rest and Sleep to tba safferlafc receiving the Termors Awful Prognostica Â¬ that one thousand millions of dollars action is not deemed worthy of more Office Millet Block the people of the South feel that this nothing much beyond Ii cures ltt nrtnche and JfenraltTl rxTn tions Kpllepllc fits and relieves Tferroean of British loanable capital was lying than a pising notice in the news col Presidents message tho reports of the domic Task tratlon brought on by excessivecauses Prof Vcnnor in the Albany Argus 9lsour country and to awaken thn old Never was there so much ao work mental sboebs and other idle in London wailing for investment umns a Powerful as It Is to atop pain and boobs ato predicts the following for December lbve for the flag than all the plati the Departments tivity in railway building tnrbed Nerves It never Injures tba ailwi C Hayes message is generally spoken December will in all probability that promised some profitable income whether taken In small or larse doses If we use our present prosperity with talis which politicians and orators can Bottles of two aires prices aac mod fj 9 of as a creditable Slate paper ATTORNEY A r LAY He open with a little snow but tho weath- Â¬ America has been found to bo the caution it will bo to tho general good WARNERS SAFE PILLS m latent It is trae Some may call takes abopeful view of the present er will be cloudy threatening snow field Are an Immediate and active stimulus ftra If we racily embark in every wild Torpid liver and enre Costlvtacss Drrpepxxv9l sordid bnt let these grand improve- Collector Real Estate Agent it falls During tho opening days of the Three crand operations have with juooaa sociacM condition of the country and its future month dust with the very light mix Â¬ in a short time been perfected calling scheme that is presented we run rhe rina XUarla tar jsients commence let its grand effects ri k of a danger as great as that of aad Xf and anomM be used whanerw taa According to him we ought ture of sno w which may have fallen will for tho direct and immediate employ 1S73 ggr Will attend promptly to all bnsl I be felt and sees and the people will prospect bowels do aot c freefy arid recuJajJav by the gusty wind mont of several hundred millions of ness entrusted him in Southwestern It is reasonable to suppose that our Kaattorlllkr commence asking Who is doing all to be tho happiest people in tho be swept in flurries umII um Sir ttimt Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee There will probably be some snow dollars The plethora of money has prosperity husbanded wi ely will be mk rrt 14 eta a aaa this What power is causing this world Specialattention given to the investiga KmrStkSaMaaaj 4th of the month become so great that the sum needed pome a pirt of our natiooal power Hli r BnasU n Ilia Over and above the rontino matter from about the tion of Land titles and the purchase ana ta MUh wrrwtata grand improvement nil for the ad- the second quarter of the month for the construction of the Fmama ca- But prosperity is not found in Wall With sale of Real Estate f jan8tf HH Warwick The an of the message we notice that Tresi colder weather will probably set io nal has been subscribed the sum sub street vancesBent of our interests Wall street thrives on change Proprietor dent Hayes earnestly recommends tho with falls of snow Tho farmers will scribed being far iu excess of the esti- Â¬ If values are high there is profit in K What swer willDeyWhe Government ggrfP EOGHESTEB Txmr T 5v0rcrs CTStmA tar present Congress tomake the needful be able to enjoy sleigh rides in the mated cost of the canal At the same brerjking them do vn If values are ni Tnlli Yonr Government Ooverment cold exhilarating air but good sleigh time there nave been advanced lorty low fhereis profit in building them up 0DR Government Our people have appropriations for tho improvement of ing need not be expected until after millions of dollars to finish the North- Whenever there is an excitement on 1 1 Stfe 1 I I ISTe sever been caused to feel close enough tho Mississippi river He recommends the middle of the month There will ern Pacific Railway and it is now de- Wall street ona way or the other it jJSo the old flag since the war We have national educstion laws a fixed civil be a spell of mild weather about the termined that so soon as the details comes from gambling It is a false o been made to feel that we are under service system by which appointees to 13th or 14th After a brief interval are arranged tho railways from the stimulus and brings an enervating re Rctnll Dealer In office will receive and keep their offi- of mild weather during which more Rio Grande to tho city of Mexico aetion We aro a gooa aeal nicesneep Jthe flag bat not exactly of it We snow will fall the third quarter of tho and to all the principle sections of in our impulses Sound an alarm or have been the country eousins in the ces solely through merit and qualifica- month will probably see blustering nnd Mexico shall bo constructed with the an invitation and wo all run one way 5Qre VStRtfiaStaPfr XLvbBmbH Batieaal frolic and had no common tions and the prompt destruction of cold weatrrtr a cold snap with heavy vigor that is possible when the needed whether into a ouagmire or a clover Mormonism in Utah which he thinks snow storms and consequent good capital is forthcoming These arc but field No prudent man can tell wheth Keeps in slock nt nil times fresh nnd f Bterests in its fame glory and wealth S i hi choice Groceries Provisions Canned nnd be The Government can cement the peo- - can be dono by not allowing those who sleighing Very cold weathei mayThe three of the many enterprises which cr Wall street under its present ex1 Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought aro tho outcome of an abundance of hausting pressure is the one or the believe in or sympathise with polyga expected during this quarter nov7 and kept for sale jIe by thjs grand improvement The other The certainty is that it cannot of tho month will bring mild- Â¬ money seeking employment my to serve on juries vote or hold quarter er weather but will terminate proba Northern railroad to the Pacific which values like c e He says bly with snow falls and stormy weather is already constructed half its distance lat Stocks are much othermore and Headquarters for all Kinds of School office of any kind Tae Stack Gambler no They aro worth so The struggle of the stock gamblers our country is at peace with all other Books and School Supplies in fact the heaviest snow falls will will within three years be completed no less When the valuo is determin- Â¬ be toward the end of the month and at art expenditure and distribution of ed peoplo can handle them as they in New York mast entail heavy losseet nations XEEPS all kinds of staple and fancy enow blockades may be looked for the nearly fifty millions of dollars paid would other species of property as the nominal value of stocks and enow falls extending far to the south out for labor and manufactured mato FOR RES70RIHG GRAY HAIR TO ITS A IVoble Institution bonds has gone beyond reasonable exNATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR TnJly One for Tobias Kentucky bas established aD insti ward possibly as far as Washington rial anl Connsctioneries Will he pleased to pectation with very stormy waathcr around New xcc u old customers nrnl will both suit The canal at tho Isthmus of Dari rrom MorganGeld Democrat tutioa for the Feeble Minded Children York and Boston them in price anil quality Call and see Ir is a most agreeable dressing whlcli en will occupy from seven to ten years The Chicago Tribune makes some You havo heard of Tobias Hurt of the State tvbicb promises to bo a us Quick Sales and Small Profits Is at once harmless and effectual for Mr Vennors later pacdictions are of continuous work calling for an ex- Â¬ 1 interesting observations on this fight missionary who Wjnt bo undersold janltf DEALER IN preserving tho Lair It restores vritk success as it certainly is ooe of the thst the coming month will be decid penditure ot at least one hundred mil the evangeli st spirit between tboso who are trying to sc noted for his adherence to truth tlia gloss and freshness of youth faded noblest institutions of the Common fcdlv cold with tremendous snow falls lions of dollars mainly for manual la- is more M A short tain and those who are trying to break or gray light ajid red hair to a rich than his powers of oratory half and early pyt bor the latter wealth The annual rcportof this InS duri - down the inflated prices brown or deep black as may be desired The extension of ths American rail- lime since Mr Hurt had occasion to causing destructive block- siitution which is before us shows that of Jancry By its use thin hair is thickened and note tho difference between a Ken- School aijd Â¬ Miscellaneous way system into Mexico will bo rapid ades to raiioads That there will be a collapse in the baldness often though not always cud to actual values is tbey have bid dariDg this year 148 ly pushed at an outlay of many mill tucky gentleman and an Indiana gen market and return We give the sermonette in For tuC Courier It checks falling of the hair immedi- Â¬ ions of dollars Theo three works tloman inevitable and that collapse when it cbildrec under its charge and now T7EKPc the best CoBco Sugir Molas ately and causes a neir growth In all 5 niCKMAN Kv Pec 7 1880 ses Flour Lard Itron Ac to be bat have iu the Institute 138 The trainwill give employment to labor and dis language as near as possiolo comes wilt sweep ioto bankruptcy cases where the glands aro not decayed found in Hickmnn Having no partner tribute of the accumulated money of A short time previous to tho Io faction which may prove the weaker ing these children are subjected to is Ed Courier to divide profits with will sell goods the wliilo to brushy weak or otherwhv I was on my mis- Â¬ The present wild range of prices for intended to qualify thcrn for eoroe useI wonder if thero is any argument tho world perhaps two hundred mill diani State election cheaper Speciality ia Coffees Orccn diseased hair it imparts vitality and ions of dollars opening new and addi sion through Kentucky and met a no stocks has gone beyond the point of that could be offered which woud Ground and KoasteJ Otic and see for strength and renders it pliable ful self sustaining occupation in life known as Uncle Already the ted negro character permanent maintenance yourself cause Fulton countv to assist in build- - jional inducements to production When ho met me he lifted his Stationery Wall Paper Pic Â¬ EfciifCountry produce of all kinds taken Ben banks and money lenders have made and the success in this regard has been rarci rnarf alnn r her main tbor- The Yiaort cleanses the scalp cures in exchange for goods or Ctsh Qmarlo A call far beyond expectations A Sail Story hat clar off his head put it under his advances equal to their mean The boys ouiflifarei It would tend to enrich and prevents the formation of dandruff of loans and an enforced settlement will are learned to bo carpenters shoe our whole people town and country John Edtvrd Gile a graduato nf arm bowed and addressed mo thus its cooling stimulating and HICKMAN MAIIBLS WORKS and by properties it heals most if not wind up the moft extensive season of and when such are the facts it docs Union college married a Schenectady Mars Tube cant you givo the old ture Frames soothing and other trades such as may makers HICKMAN KY Mock camming wttujh the country iub look like sensible peoplo might be o irl entored the ministry and became nigger a dime Iae got do rhuraatiz all of the humors and diseases peculiar The abundance of appear most attainable aud the girls brought to consider some sensible plan pistor of a church on Long Island I gave him the dime and left him bow Â¬ ever witnessed ZEE to the scalp keeping it cool clean and money has pcrmited this war of gain are learned to sew wash cook iron I know the popular cry is againt tax- Â¬ lie started one day to cross the sound ing and scraping as I passed ou my Foclcet Cutlery Togs and Fancy soft under which conditions diseases DEALER IX A few week afterwards biers to an extent wholly unprecedent- Â¬ c Those of the children who are ation and every little office seeker in in an open boat The cwift was found business American Marble of the scalp and hair are impossible Italian ed For the time beiug capital has hopelessly idiotic arc either cared for the country will be the first to go into capsized and tho clergyman was miss- and only a few days before the Indiana MONUMENTS TOMB AND OUAVE Goods I was in ao Induna hotel been withdrawn temporarily from le Â¬ As a Dressing for Ladies HaJr of course that election conniption fits at tho baro sugges ing The belief wa STONES by the State or returned to their friendn who should gitimate operations and locked up in Givo us the offices and we ho was drowned This happened in cealed in the office when tion The Vigor is incomparable It is color- Â¬ fine lot Amer CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY HAVING received aMarble I ofam pre and relatives The past year only 13 dont care who pay the Tcxcs ibid gambling struggle or 1819 Tho widow married again find appear but Uncle Ben Stepping bold less contains neither oil nor dye and Italian pared to fill all orders Call and examine 148 were returned under this whether the country is developed or now lives in Scheneotady as Mrs Lv ly up ho sat down at my side and of the vnll not soil white cambric It imparts our work Tobo Hurt an agreeable and lasting perfume and not is their motto If tho county ous A recent item told of a colpor- addressed mo thnsly murder- cause William Martin a convicted The advance of the children 8saOrdcrs from tho country rrompilv chaw of tprbacker as an article for the toilet it is economi Â¬ f filled er was in the jail at Lebanon Mo in education has proven surprising to would issue 10 20 or 30 year bonds teur dying in a barn with 820001 in i ivc me a mavUfi EG5Senil for copies of my Xicm Reduced Wo wcro not present at the two Ho turns out to be the cal and unsurpassed hi it excellence sell them appropriate the money to his pockets was under a sentence of death There Ckronoi Price The institution is an hon McAdamizing tho leading county long lost husband of Mrs Lyons It meetings aud did not witness the greet BracketsLists of PictureanilJninri Halls all visitors Hose Croquet Sets for Sals no hope of reprieve and the prison was CO PREPARED BY DR i C AYER and should road- - it would put the county fifty is suppoacdtbat he wandered off while ings but it is a known fact that asso- Â¬ 1878 too strong to break No ordinary way or to the Commonwealth CUcinlaia rractlcat and Analytical even the negro of escape was possible So Martin be liberally encouraged by the Legis- years forward in wealth prosperity insane and that when he returned to ciations oliango Lowell Mass and population and that at compara- find bis wife married again he had de ipado desperate lovo to Martha Wilson lature KVKltl WlliUT SOLD ETAL1 DErOGIST Mildred Lee daughter JIis tively less taxation than now That cided not to disturb her The money KENTUCKY STREET Ho was young the sheriffs daughter C A IJOIC03CBK- U in Staunton Sold by Oca Itobort E Loo Eugenie Eugenie will you still in Â¬ would be taxing future generations for has not been claimed end handsome and bis suit was success JT EEPS constantly on hand for hire Va tlia suest of 31f John I Ilald and sale bid cell sist on wearing the hair of another our benefit instead of as now taxing ful One night she unlocked lVTO spice to name all nrlicles but no t LOWER and LOWER I The AntiMaouio caudiJato for in Mis Leo has traveled nearly all jJH trouble to show goods HOUSES BUOGIES and HACKS Alphonsc ourselves for future generations pave him clothing money weapons woman upon your head world and never heard the All kind of Groceries haras ides 4e Como and see at the corner of Trnv Thankful for patronage heretofore ci The sheriff of Alphonsb do you still insist upon want to enjoy Rome of these blessings President received iJiiO vots in tlie over the nnd eloped with him I will not b Icmled him he solicits a continuance of ns cheap as the cheapest liv- - recent election A ojnic says ho lacked Pinafore until she heard it in Staun Â¬ and Moscow Avenue roi ii fered 8500 for their capture but they wearing the skin of another calf upon during tho lifetimo of thoso now JOHN WlTTiNQ underscld same jnnJ5 onlj UjlDJOO of a jiopaljr majority ton the other night SNEX vour feci mt have not bccD fvupdj Â¬ I GEOHOE WARBEJf kvrrt rnWAT nr Rnpltl YVeallli or Slow Kase IT Defeat Our ICormal Condition IB tPPY From Hon C HI Warrci Etliior r Snbsrriplion Â¬ - -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thorenders of he Hickman Conr- Editor ITiakmnn Courier icr V In your paper of Nov 2Cth 1880 you will near witn me i will an inquiry was made of me by Dr A as brirfly as posMble answer an un and many citizn asking mv called for and ungcntlcmanly ntt irk in A Fari for introducing and passiug a Courier by lohn Amlv reasons last weeks ill through the lower Hou o of the Wilon As to tho and rainy cili last Legislature to repeal the charter was added to my eard at the that Zi ns the city if Hickman with other Courier office Had my attention been of before it went in print it questions regarding said bill called to it I should hive answeredsooncr but woufd not Have appeared As to that to ecure a copy of I have been card or call being a side sling at bill alluded to I have seen Mr A Wilson that is a lie of his own the Jno T G Poorc the Clerk of the Homo I never deal in Vide manufacture of Representatives and he informs me slings l never suiier myseu 10 eay lit will bo impossible to scenre a copy or write anything ochiuu a mnn s a law and the did not bach worse than I have said to his as it and nays becotno not being required on jfcas face and I will not violate that rulo iu ho pasagei of said bill the jonroal As to Wilsons this communication of the House will not show the hill charges of my writing that card ataoy I will uow give you as briefly as other mans suggestion in the interest possible my answer There was no of any other man or set of men or such a bill cither introduced or passed having in any way whatever suffered by me in the last Legislature to repeal be used as a servile instru- Â¬ myself to the charter of the city of Hickman ment by any man or sot of men to bill drafted and scut me or to build up There was a damage Mr Vaughn by Mr Jno A Wilson ho being a myself or any other man it is a will- citizen of Hickman stating in his lets ful and malicious lie of John Andy ter that accompanied the bill hut it Wilt ons own manufucture And when was the desire citizen of Hick of I told him so to his teeth in terms man that said billthe should pas The and to ears polite unmentionable title of the bill was A bill for the asked him his reasons for publishing it ickman relief of the citizens of he said he had heard a great many talk Upoo the petition of twenty five citiWhen I pressed him to name of it zens tax payers of the city of Hick Â¬ one not the grat multitude justoncA man to the City Council it made it the he said he had heard sir W ii ilnra duty of said Council to order an cleo I asked Mr tioo to bo held by the voters of said mer for one speak of it Plummer if he had ever said any thing as to whether they would surren of the kind He told me that he nev- Â¬ city their der charter had up to the time that John Wil er It was either to vole on the surren sons piece was in the hands of the der or to amend said charter I am not printer tho subject was never men- positive When I received tho bill I tioned between them examined it and had the samo referred M And now as to tho bill C to the committee on County and City Vaughn told me when he was here in Courts I never spoke to any member September that he did introduce into of said committee concerning the bill the Lower House of the Kentucky and passed Legislature a bill providing for the re It was reported by themwas towards the lower House ThU of the charter of Hickmanand peal the close of the session and thero was that he would send me a copy of it as in our hands tho committees on the soon as- he got home I am sorry Mr Penitentiary and Ways nnd Means Now Mr Vaughntiid not get home some urgent bills that required our Vaughn said what teas true or ichal consideration and 1 lost sight of the not rue I leave the matter here teas bill alluded to to him and his champion John A would say further regarded this Wilson Mr Vaughn told me also in as Ia similar bill which I drafted and was the presence of W B Plummer that sent up by one of your citizens au he had nothing with him from which the citizens of 7ickman to he could give me any iaformatiou con- Â¬ thorizing vote for a tax to build a Gravel Road cerning the bill and he said he could These are the true to their Cemetery not remember who signed it Mr Jno facts in this case as well as I can reA Wilson told mo the other day that I will state also Mr Wilson Vaughn had a synopsis of tho bill in collect never corresponded with me regarding How is this Mr his pocket that day said bill after it was sent up oping Will you please give me Vaughn this will bo satisfactory some light on the subject of this mysI am yours rcspectfally terious bill C M Vaughn As to the City Ccmelery Gravel I Clinton Ky Vatilm Dec 1880 4a scs ir iffix2smtfmiwMiB g Wb3 n5ii kse p 21 s3T3 f 11 fcrr kpS rar B3 fz2a r VS3Hi rvsrvB 652 r i q - BEST FOlTOiria t2 IH THE WORLD 1 5 s trig -- For the next THIRTY BAYS Â¬ Â¬ Great Beduction in Blankets Great Beduction in Flannels Great Beduction in Overcoats Great Beduction in Linsevs Great Beduction in Cassimcrc Suits Great Bcdiictibn in Ladies Cloaks Great Beduction in Heavy Boots Great Beduction in Jeaifs Great Beduction in Heavy Shoes Great Beductionjui Dress Goods Great Beduction in all Woolen Goods res t - rP Y0MLVB8 Children ron Â¬ DRUG STORE DR A A ITlRIS gild OWfilUi - J FiSiQiia Â¬ W Fhmmer H Â¬ Dit A M PAEKEE DBlsTTIST Â¬ JfSSlllIlk Patent Â¬ -- Wilson Â¬ law wm hij Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pocket mvi 2 MACHiNEyb GQWG IL Â¬ oS4rst 1 Â¬ BUCK E Tyler 550 w ff 2 P3 Attorneys at Eaaw M L RANDLB i Â¬ iPffiJ Â¬ Â¬ ap 5 g q w 2e w w Â¬ f 5 i a 5S r Staple and 3Jancv 3 Â¬ m JWEQGEES GEOCEEIES Ifami- Ajers MairYigor Â¬ Â¬ R METHEHY Â¬ - Â¬ Grocery and Provision Store Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ C QCsa3raEsag53 ad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and Livery Stable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t W Family Groceries - DIESTELBRLNK Wm B Plummer Â¬ mtisi Aftite3wJ-i- J ft wwllwSaasaejYepssssjw- ew vw - 11Ml tl JLJ lslLJ J 1 THE pKMAN COURIER FRIDAY DEC 10 1880 COUNCIL P50BEDING5 I Local Hems questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres name of author K8hort communications on public Â¬ chair Hickman Kv Dec C 18S0 Council met P r e 8 e n t Councilmcn Campbell Fnris Handle JJuckner Plum mer nnd French The Mayor being absent on motion Councilman Campbell was called to the pondentsexcept where we refuse to give No local news Happy Christmas expectations JSome marriages said lo have been postponed until the holidays The potato crop hereabout very generally has been lost by the extreme cold weather guifarrired oct29 THOSE Dolmans from New York have Call and see them J H PLAUT BRO Onr farmes have put in some pood TrorV this week fathering corn Many of them will lose considerably however The negro man who killed young Harry Crenshaw at Woodland Mills some HsValbi sgo was tried at Union City last week and sentenced to 20 years in the penitentiary WE have just reeeived a fresh supply of Fancy Candy Toy Pistols c which tre trill sell as low as Ihe lowest aov26 4t J AMDERQ SONS Some plan to obtain cheap coal in is th need of the day Tho present prices are ruinous and in time will prove a serious impediment to our Hickman The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved On motion the Treasurer was ordered to pay the balance on check No 583 Mr E Case now the oldest living cr Councilman visited Ihe Council and on motion of Councilman Handle the follow- Â¬ ing resolution was unanimously adopted Resolved That Ihe courtesies of thii Council be extended lo Mr E Case and that be be invited lo a seal among the members of this Hoard Whereupon Mr Case was conducted to a scat by Council- Â¬ man Randle On motion the City Clerk was author iied to issue license for shooting ealleries by the year for 25 On motion ordered that all persona who haTe enclosed any Blreet alley public ground or any property of the city ap pear at the next meeting of the Council Dec 20 and acknowledge themselves tenants at will On motion ordered that a check be drawn on the Treasurer for S 3 00 in favor of Jno W Cole for services as Health Officer On motion ordered that an election be neiu hi me ciiy nan in m city or lliCK man on Monday the 3rd day of January 1881 to elect a Mayor and six Council- Â¬ mcn to serve for the year 1881 nnd Jno W Cole and Jos Kirkpatrick sr are hereby appointed judges Chas B Uaok ett sheriff and R E Millet clerk On motion Council adjourned Attest R E Millet C C teannfacturing interests jSjlCitiztns between Hickman and Co Iambus are very urgent as to the build jiBgofa bridge across the igating the matter Obion mittee of the county court is aw Acorn invest- Â¬ All who want to cheap goods and good goods if they will call on J Am berg Sons aay time betwp this date and the 25th of December can get bottom prices on Jeans Flannel Bed Tick Plaids Domestics Shirtings Sheetings Dress Goods G reat Bargains buy oclock Sunday morning Will also We keep the best Custom Made Ladies jpreach at Simmons School Uonst Sunday Calf and Kid side button and side lace evening at S oclock W Rogers enterprising friend f OUR receiving a splendid J lot of fresh Shoes bow We offer xlra inducements ix Mens Groceries which he is offering forsale at Clothing Overcoats Ilats Caps Boots1 fkha very lewest prices Tho annual city electrons Tor Mayor and Shoes for the next thirty days jl nov2G 4t nd Coaacitaie J AMBERG SONS has been ordered for Monday January 3rd These elections and care should be given A religious maniac aetr Chcter 111 men escaped from his keepers and killed isretmportaat a family of three first making them kneel I escape front the city Monday One hunted the in prayer He was captured and over- Â¬ powered while attempting thus to murder Marshal up and was Erst to inform him a second family of the delimy Mrs Thos W Neal wire of the ed y A segro prioner eswjted from the itor of the Dyersburg Gazette died in county jail Saturday last and made Nashville Hast Sa turday Oh how our food his escape Jailer Thomasson heart goes out in sympathy to our old boy Â¬ hood friend in this hour of his sad be Â¬ pursued him but to so purpose We are drifting drifting reavement tTfae river has been rising rapidly at Torn flown the tide Presently you and Sfa point fhe past week bntlt has been I will pass into the great beyond to meet fieTlow that it will take much water to the loved oneR who have gone betore God fc se any alarm The upper rivers ex- - give us strength to wait to love and to cept 5tt 11 all styles and qualities Cloaks Kid H Ronlitio will preach at Dolmans Shawls Furs Ladies and Miss- Â¬ jtfce Christian Church Saturday night and es Hose C J thelrtisiissipni are rising to make yonr T7ifr and Ccoki tg Stoves of the season to be found children happy go to J W ROGERS and W CORMAN J t COS get a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cents UiOST complete line of Heating and do our duty If you want Buckaers new grocery store is well per can ap30 I supplied with all kinds ef resh staple This is the time of year orjhe worst nd fancy goods at the lowest prices paTta or the pcblicroads to For the finest and freshest candies can some citizens of the Dyersbuitt9Pcome Tied goods ifruits oranges cocoannts forward with loud complaints aiiUinsist grated pine apple cranberries mince that the county ought to gravel that por Â¬ aea pickles fee c giTe him a call tion from Hickman to the bluffs It could be done cheaply as the gravel is 8ome friends say they aro earnestly investigating for the starting of a cotton very accessible and in the long run it factory in Biekman with Clement attach Â¬ would save the county and people much ment c in the early spring It would money Some leading citizens like Dr prove valuable acquisition lo our in Robinson should take the enterprise in dustrial interests ant we hope it may hand and see what can be done prove a rtality Mr N Brady of Tiptonville was assaulted on last Saturday night One of Jay Goulds grain barges so- called is coasting along the river about at his own residence and robbed of Hickman baying corn Only it belongs bis poeket book He was knocked to a3f r Stephenson and not a Mr Gould senseless by unknown party A 3ould barges loaded with gold will be negro trained Henry Landrum was moored at every landing some future year arrested charged with tho offense and if ever committed to jail So Fays the Star A 2f1ce dirIftfRR Present s All those wishing to make their wives HicKSfAN has a surplus of money in her sisters or sweathearts an acceptable pres- treasury and is anxious to cancel some of ent should call at MRS JONES and sub her city bonds with it hut the bonds are scribe far Hue Demorests reliable Mag not due and holders refuse to take less Iban 105 for them Happy Hickman azina for the coming year- - Orders for Paducah News Denorcsta Patterns also solicled But bless your soul we are not happy fi For the Erst time in the history of The trouble is what do with the surplus Hickman firo wood is being brought into Had the average citizen never known that aaarket by railroad Investigation seems the small surplus had accumulated we to prove that wood can be brought here might have been happy but knowing it froB a distance by rail cheaper than it is in the treasury what to do with it and lias been offered from wagons the pres- - who shall get it is the question The nteold snap Another season Hickman owner of some unmatured bond had best relieve the terrible situation by taking vxost look almost exclusively to coal the surplus In J We hear of some private chtrities performed the past few weeks by some The Paducah News reports some Hickman ladies which make oats heart frightful accidents which happened not We swell with pride and gratitude far from that place last week Miss n ohould publish names but for the Phineas Rudolph a yoapg lady of Ogdcns of the donors Like the blessed dews I ef Heaven may fhtir good charities bless Landing had been to Woodville accom those nrhogie as well as those who re p inied by Mr Will McCarty her affianced and had gone there to get her weddiog eive clothes On their return the horse ran The Intense cold of yesterday set all away upset the buggy and Miss Rudolph to shivering afresh tast night was the received injuries from which she died in SKand Â¬ J a-a 1 ures that he peremptorily declared inuit be passed into laws One of these measures was tho charter of a bank of the Uoited Stales Unfortunately for him and his party Tippecanoo was no more and Tjler too had posses sion of tho White Houie This gen lleraan had uniformly held throughout his political life that Congrcs had no constitutional power to establish a na Â¬ tional bank That fact was known to the delegates who nominated him for the Vice Presidency Instead of in juring him it was a leather in his cap They were anxious to carry Virginia and they thought the only way to doit was to nominate a member of their party for the second office whose anti bank notions were tho well known notions of that State They did not stop a moment to consider that the hour of death is uncertain and that Uarrion might die But let all that pas When a bank bill was presented o President Tylor he promptly vetoed it Then was heard much muttering in the Whig camp Still they did not give it up so They went to work framed and passed another bill This was also vetoed Now cirue the curses loud and bitter The war commenced in deep earnestness Every member of his Cabinet save Daniel Webster left him in digust and he was denounced even in Boston for romaining The Democrats were iu high glee The more the Whigs cursed Tyler the cloer tho Democrats moved up to him and what was the reult The Gght split the Whig party and at the next Presidential election the Democracy were triumphant 1 have thought that the Democratic members of Conresstnight have made the same profitable investment in flayes When he passed through Keutucky Tennessee Geergia and Virgiuia durinj the first year of his admioistrotion I believe that ho was Mcccro in his public declarations He had already given evidence of the fact tie had removed the troops from the South and borne a conspicuous part in demolishing the Packard Legislature in Louisiana These declarations and these facts aroused tho indigoatiou of the radical Republicans of the North It can be truly said that they were cocked and primed for open war on Hayes That was the time for Demo cratic leadership to display itself A few diplomatic speeches from snoh Senators as Thurman and such Rep as Randolph Tucker resentatives would have filled tho Radical heart with such bitterness against the Ad- Â¬ ministration that it would have bro- Â¬ ken out in thunder tones Butassoon as these indignant RadioaU saw that the Democrats were making personal war on Hayes their curses were less frequent and not near so loud or bit Â¬ ter At length Haves himself find he was left with only a few sTiJiiil cordial supporters bctran to take the back track Qucrry How many pol- Â¬ iticians theee demoralized times would not have done the same thing Thee aro the views of an old fogy hastily sketched and I think they are correct They could have been carri ed out without any violation of principle and without any abandonment of tho Democratic partyfBearinrmiiid that I am talking aboutAthe poficy of the thing and policy i9ofiec iinpbrt ant even in war TheDemoeratjigave up no principle in therkiuaiitjitude toward Tyler Let me sayin conclu sion that those persons wnbarepro claiming that the late defeat killed the Democratio party will feodrtheaisclves greatly in error IjTwill live asjong as republican institutions jaremaio taioed lAvfbirfFoav Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington Special lo Cdurfcr Journrtl When Harrison was inautruratcd lie issued a proclamation convening the Twenty Pighth Consrops on the 31nt day of the following May He lived only thirty day Whether he was killed by the importunities of tho office peckers remains a disputed question There was an overwhelming majority of Whigs in both branches or Con When it aserrhled Tlcnry cres Clay submitted a programme of raeas Old nnd IVetv A CarnnWncvclopihcnt Hickman Kv Dec 7 1880 a Cincinnati Hickman St Louis Jtresli and Bare wkMi hi postscript to my note uf last week which I understand will appear ibis week I want to add merely to skeur Ihe hoys who ore afraid to move against the bulwarks of establish cd opinion this Tho county of Ful ton can pay S15000 or 820000 in twenty year bonds without two bund red of her taxpayers actually knowing so far as any burden is concerned that suoh a tax was being levied or collect- Â¬ ed I notice that the counties in other Statc and also in Kentucky which have indulged in such enterprises are prospering much faster and better than those counties which havo neglected such a system of internal improvement I dont mean merely the county in its corporato capacity but the citizens as individuals continue to prosper and to grow richer than those citizens which have no such taxes and no such ad Simply bevantages Why is litis cause while it causes you to pay one or two dollars more taxes a year it gives you advantages and opportunities to make and save four dollars where As Â¬ HOW LOST HOW REST0R3D H I y111 If l TJf I A- - J JtTCZt 0 lL5 wMl i p 1810 GOOD NBW8 TO ALL 1 T P I 5000 4500 2500 1200 1000 500 150 100 50 W P1MI IIS lOilf Uil DCVLLB3 IN CDS DrugSi Medicines Paints Oils STATIONERY Dry Goods Department yards of Calico 5 and 6 cents per yard yards Domestics 4 5 6 and 8c per yd yards fint3 Sea Island 9 cents per yard yards Cotton Flannel 10al5c per yard yards Bed Ticking 10 to 25c per yard lbs Cotton Bating at 10cvper pound Bolts Crash Toweling at 8c per yard Heavy White Counterpanes at 90 cts Bolts Bowling Green Jeans 35c per yd TOGETHER WITH THE LARGEST STOCK OF Tobacco Cigars AGENTS c FOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE edition of Da CDLVERvrtts Crrf an aths Esat on the rad ical curt without medicine of pcrmator rhren or Seminal Wenknr1 Involuntary Impotency Mental nnd Seminal Lo Phycical Incapacity Impediments toMnr ringe etc nlo Coninmption Epilepoy and fits induced by self indulgence or c sexual extravagance The celebrated author in thi admir Â¬ from a able hssay clearly demonstrate thirty years successful pracice that the alarming consequences of splf abnse may be rnclicilly enred without the dangerous use of internal medicinp or the applica-Â¬ tion of tho knifp pointing out a modo of cure at once simple certain nnd effectual by means of which every sufTerer no mat Â¬ ter what his condition may be mav cure himself cheapley privately and radically Eg This Lecture should be in the hands Of every youth and every man in the land Sent under seal in a plain envelope to pott paid on receipt of six any addrPS ccns or two postage stamps Address tho Publishers TUB CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO 41 Ann St New York P O Box 458R at aT X JUSr rUTLISHED a now r f bring rs Totrs oot ami JTT1KITZ Phocmate you now make one candidates or prospective candidates to give these thoughts a fair hearing but unless these two classes contitnto a mnjority of Fulton county I think some favorable attention may be enlist ed More anon Sknex MARRIED In this county on Ihe 9th inst nt the residence of J II Attebcrry hy J O Pir tl Mr Frank P Wall to Miss Eliza J Attebery The bridegroom is one of the most wor- Â¬ thy young men of Fulton nnd we loam has won a most excellent young lady for a wife To them we extend our most hearty congratulations and best wishes for a bright and happy future W Diestlebrink announces that he is a candidate for Councilman and says that while electioneering through the Hickman Courier dont cost a great deal and treating not at all as it used to he would like to know bowrntany good friends he has who would like to have him for a Councilman Gentlemen remember the 1st Monday in January 1881 Â¬ I dont expect SCIIUOKIJEIt FASHIONABLE B BrevarcL TTTIIOLBSALE AND RETAIL DEALER ROOT AND f SHOE MAKER fig SHOP Norlh West corner of Moscow and Troy Aveuuos East Hickman Ky S5T Satisfaction guaranteed rnayO ly Blankets Waterproofs Shawls Cassinieres Cloaks and Winter Goods BOOTS ATO SHOES WE ARE AGENTS niCKMAN KENTDCKT Ladies and Gents boots and shoes mado In Â¬ lo orJcr and in the latest fashion visible patches put on wheih lat longer than when sewed All I ask is a trial Shop next door to City Barber Shop fcb7 73 Soot anil K P Fetlie SSioe Itfakcr r FOR THE I J W Iahdwahp Cutlery KAILS CASTINGS TOOLS CORMAN PEAWBS IV CO For Councilman SOLAU TIP SCHOOL SHOE AND II A VE JUST RECEIVED A HEATIXG AXD OOKIXO Guns Ilnrdu arc and Kitchen Supplies Also Manufacturers of V NEW LOT OF PISTOLS WOMENS MISSES AND CHILDRENS CUSTOM HAND MADE SHOES ALSO A C03IPIFTJ XIXE OF oppsr Tin and Sheet Iron Ware I c BSens and Boys Boots and Overshoes AT WAKlVtiW ASD- r RICES TDAT DEFT COMPETITION ConfeetionerY BENNIE MrlNTOSIf announces to the public that he has addod to his Confec- Â¬ tionery estaolishment We slill hold Ihe lead and can show the most clepant slock of CLOTIIING ever brought to Hickman besides being able to fit the smallest three year old to the largest man A fine line of LOTHIJTG - GRATES Overcoats Underwear Trunks Yalises and J3l BSeixr and keeps a good FRESH IRREAD ROLLS CAKES c 3 Persons giving Dinings Suppers Weddings Receptions Festivals c supplied on reasonable notice dlO Bakery Baker employed PUEHSSHOIGthis Will be found in GOODS OF Department Â¬ SPORTSMENS OUTFITS AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK BXJCKNBRS jpAMILY FRENZS All kinds of Breech Loading Guns Pistols Powder Shot MERY Gum Hunters Boots Blankets Tent OLD STAND Cloths Hardware and Groceries MESSRS JACKSON DtBOW KLINE LEVI OOLDDURG AND KIRK PATRICK will be pleased to watt on all No trouble to show goods STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES nsnally kept in a first class house at bot- Â¬ tom prices FAN Or CANDIES CRANBERRIES JCST MINCE JIAA T DATES PICKLES HOMINY ORITS HICKMAN WHAKFBQAT 9 1PF j Ic g I have no clerk expensss no store rent and pay cash for all my Groceries nnd therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ IRON WARE est Rest brands of Wittenberg and Lone Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low- Â¬ SST JOR WORK dono to order such as est JOHN WITTING Rofinjr Guttering Spouting ke Sjn of the Gold Stove Clinton Street Tlotlcc Hickman Ky feb7 79 FULTON CIRCUIT COURT R C Prathers admr pi tiff zsriE-wagainst Equity R C Prathers heirs and cred itors defendants Notice is hereby gifen to the creditors Next Dopr lo Iloicombes Prus Store of R C Prather deceased that the un- Â¬ CLINTON ST HICKMAN KY dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above ILvinsr just filled up a noal SUA VING styled cause will attend nt the County SALOON in the room next door to Hoi Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from combes DniR Store I am prepared 10 ac- Â¬ the date hereaf until the 21st day of Feb- Â¬ commodate every onp in need of Shaving ruary 1881 to receive and proof of Hair Cutting Dyeinjr Shampooing or claims against said decedent hear that all and in anything in the Tonsorial line claim not presented to him and proven as Childrens Hnir Cutting n Specialty required by liw within the time specified Having had lone experience I feel con- Â¬ above will be forever barred fident of giving satisfaction and solicit a JNO A WILSON share of public patronage Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court Shaving ICcts Jlnir Dressing 23ctt sept 11880- oct8 CHAS DELWAKD TIN COITER AND SHEET TOTE JOB WORK and Repairing of all kinds done with neatness and dispatch B 25cts Lower than the Lowest Commissioners lARBERggHOP jxt SLesisniraiii Sl Notice Commissioners COURT a Hicks W W Rujyar Coffees Soap Villnot bo undersold Will payfull price for ButterEggs c c ifia J A OYERTON W CO Jc3 BOATS ON THE RIVER MOST SUBSTANTIAL Consignments Solicited JBS Special and prompt attention given lo tho shipment of all kinds of Country G may9 79 In rear of burfding Perfect order kept Produce Live Stock etc and only innocent amusements allowed iW 4f 1 S3I NE OF THE SAFEST AND Shooting allery fiTTSTATTttATITIHa Si HICKMAX KENTUCKY DkI Â¬ Williams I1III1I o i3 s 3 dg iv i m rx m W as Â¬ Editor CooBitn has also employed a first class cook You will please- - re insert ihv this Meals served at all hours from G a m to weeks Courier my card of inquiry to 7 p m Regular boarders accommodated dcc3 Mr C M Vaujihu published iuyour by the week issue ol JNov 2Gth Alex A Fabis Die St frgyui thoroughly renovated MR WILLIAMS takes pleasuro in anwatch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section nouncing to Ihe public that he has just TU1CNEK ayfl 79 W received a full assortment of THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY REFITTED REFURNISHED ENLARGED Convenient to river and r ilroad and attentive ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors LiC- of W S Hicks deceased tint the A2U iiwigj CUiW-U- undersigned Commissioner of the Fultoa Circuit Court under an order in the above tyled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 21st day of February 1881 lo receive and hear en proof of claims against said decedent jS3 nnd that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within tno time specified above will- - be forever JNO A WILSON birred The politest attention ffiven to patrons Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court A splpndid cook Meals from C to 8 and sept 1 18S0 Special rates to reg from 12 to 2 oclock se30 boarders Meals 25c nlar FULTON CIRCUIT admr plaintiff j VEijutty against S nicks heirs and credit J Chas Nichols S1 J Iropr jNiangels Bakery AND t71 Abner Youngs admr plaintiff Commissioners Notice FULTON GIliOUIT COURT against V 4 CONFECTIONERIES JftiftiSaiRa aaya sago lg gg raqfofcjkajg Hickman Kr r DecTcflSSOTrf Vl p AN INQUIRY CITY ITEMS Made Clothing To Hos C M VAuenr EPjCALL and SEE the nice Ready at tf J AMDERGS SONS In the last Legislature a bill wasljn troduced by you and passed throughfthe Lower House proposingj repenl the charter of the city of Hloferaan- - This bill was a snrprise to the city authorities of Hickman and to all the citizens of the town so far as I know Therefore many of your constituents Jesire to know your reasons for introducing such a bill It has always been customary for a Repre- Â¬ objec--iiosentative to move in such local legislation only on the petition or request of the citizens of the town to be efiected or by Â¬ the official authorities of said lown Did you have suchSi petition and jftfjojfby whom was it signed oradidoudTntoduce the bill solely of yourowh motion A reply to this through tho Hickman Courier will greatly oblige most uncomfortable of the season and a few hours The young couple were to A A FARIS nnd many citizens took great stacks of blankets to keep one be married the next day nictMAS Kr Nov 22 1880 moderately warm By the by the old Suspicion rests on McCarty for having tfegts say that the first three days of De- Â¬ killed her because of his conflicting stale cember prophecy the winter If so De roents and because he hat fled the coun- cember will be cold and snowy January AN ELECTIONS wMl bp fcpldt the City dear and cold and February damp and The second terrible accident took place Hall in the City of Hickman on MON Â¬ iH in Livingston county and happened on DAY the 3rdday ofjanuary 1881 to Mr S M Bragg foreman of the the same day as the above Mrs Bellany elect a Mayor and six Councilmen to serve for tho year 1881 Hickman Furniture Factory has invented placed her twin children in a cradle near Judges Jno W Colo and Joseph Kirk- Â¬ a new bed rail machine which does the a big fire and went Into Ihe yard Dur Â¬ patrick sr I By order of the City Council Dec 6th work which heretofore had to pass ing her absence the cradle was in some 1880 Attest through foar separate machines and has way turned over and the children thrown R E MILLET C C obtained a patent on same Many ex- Â¬ into the fire and when the mother return- Â¬ tit ed to the house attracted by the crying perienced furniture men say that it is SlK rmanN Silver Vnttoiifl bound to prove a great economy in the of the children she found them literally Secretary Sherman will recommend manufacture of bedsteads and that the burning up One died in a few hours in his report the discontinuance of the invention will prove not only popular and the other only survived until the next coining of the silver Joljarpf present bnt very profitable to manufacturers and day These are indeed saddening itcmB standarJ and itvrecoipneo upon a basis making it equal to the gold dol- Â¬ inventor So may it be COTTON The market the past week lar at the present market pjico of silver has declined considerably owing to the and upon that basis to make the coin List of Holiday Goods That are sold lower at J Amberg Sons report in the Eastern markets that the age of rilver as fee as gold With a will be fully six million silver dollar worth less than gold the crop of 1880--8- 1 hsn any other place in the town bales and that the damage by rain and double standard could not be maintain Silver Plated Butter Knives cold weather is not as bad as first report- Â¬ ed in the event of a demand for coin Silver Plated Desert Knives and gold would be virtuajly demon ed We quote etized 10 for good ordinary Tho Prestdentijinhis mess Â¬ Ivory Handle Desert Knives 10 cents for low middling age will take tlic same position Many Ivory Handle Dinner Knives 11 cents for middling of the Congressmen whoffdvored the White Bone Handle Dinner Knives CORN The market is active nnd firm present silver dollar arenow willing tp Gold Plate Scarf Pins at a slight advance Choice white would suspend the currencybut all are not Gold Plate Bib Pins bring 3Jc per bushel on he bank and 41c up to the point of iocrcaing tho r tind Tho Secretary ard and of recoiniige delivered in tho warehouse Gold Collar and Cuff Buttons FUR Wool and Feathers in active de- Â¬ in his report will show that therecoin Good kid Gloves for Ladies and Men age would not cost much and in put mand at St Louis quotations Uerlin Gloves Buck Gloves Gents Scarfs tin i in moro silver the Government Ties c General Grant goes to Washington would spend only the profit it has made in tho purchase of tilvcr bullion nov2C4t December 13th J AMBERG SQNS Â¬ FOR THE FINEST Variety of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can Meats and Pickles call at J W ROGERS Some in West Hickman SFAU those bavins my wheat or bran SACKS will please return them at once dec3 8t S N WHITE The best grades of whisky FOR SALE OR RENT cheap DWELLING HOUSES Abner Youngs heirs and credit J 3 ors defendants Notice is hereby given lo the creditors ra of Abner Young deceased that the nn dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton COSRTANTLT OJf II vn WE KEFP an order in the above Court FRESH BREAD ROLLS COFFEE Circuit cause under will attend at the County styled CAKE CAKES PIES HOME Â¬ Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky MADE CIDER CRACKfrom the data hereof until the 21st day of SAR- Â¬ ERS NUTS PICKLES Fehrnary 1881 to receive and hear proof DINES PRESn OYSTERS Jr je of claims against said decedent and that ALSO all claims not presented to him and proven A full assortmeet of Plain and Fancy as required by law within the time spec- Â¬ ified above will bo forever barred C A X I I KR JNO A WILSON A full line of Cigars Tobacco nnd Ciga Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court rettes always kept in stack sept 1 1880 P S Orders for Weddings and Parties promptly attended to Equity mmnrnnfiiHnia UMBUIiUKMl oct8 KAYSER WITTING Commissioners Notice nsim DSTJG3 QtssmSn DEALERS IN Jas Brantleys admr plaintiff tEquitv against Jas Rrantleys heirs and credit FULTON CIRCUIT COURT IJcst Whisky by kept at rea Â¬ sonable prices apl30 J W ROGERS Notice q I Co All parties indebted to Steagala are requested toome forward and settle and thereby save cost We are compelled to have money to meet our indebtedness Very respectfully CO STEAGALA novl2 nSTotice ISTotice AND MEDICINES Oils j hickman Paints and Dye Stuffs Kentucky PUENITUEE iiREWEY Bwp OF COFFINS MATRASSES d c HICKMAN KENTUCKY ors defendants Notice is hereby given lo the creditors of Jis Brantley deceased that the un Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an Order in the above tyleil catip will attend at the County Court Clerks office iu Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 2lst dtiy of Febru try lSl t receive and henr proof of claii33 against said decedent ami that all cliims not presented to him and prov- Â¬ en as required by law within the time specified above will be forever barred JiNU A jVEercliaTit r John G- Griffin - JUST RFCEIVED BUTTEIUCKS Report of latest Fall and Winter Fashions and a large lot of samples of French English nn4 German goods weuilcmea are invited to call andex sepl2G Tailor ONDURANT DEALERS UE 4 BS- Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court sept 1 1S80 Wllsu - IN ALL KINDS Agricultural Implements asd srrciAr agents roit WALTER A I WILL SELL MY HOMR PLACE ON FORTY TWO reasonable terrrs lying one fourth of mile eouth nrst of thuCouit House In the town of Hickman embracing nout AND ONE HALF ACHES As Fulton county Ky on the Hickman and Dresden road 3 miles wet of Jordan Pil- Â¬ lion one red yearling steer with star in his forehead Iho end of his tail white No other marks or brands perceivable which I appraisa at S10 Given under my hand this 30th day of O W MILES October 1880 J P F C novl2 4w by Andrew Shuck liv Â¬ in Fulton county Kentucky C mils east of HickmSn on what is known as the Shuck road ONE RED aTECR with while face marked with under bit in the riirht car No other marks or hrands per ccivable two yaars old pist which I ap- Â¬ 1000 praise at ten dollars Given under my hand this the 21th day of November 18S0 Up TakenPrather living in a stray by R C WOODS HARVESTING GAAR MACHINES ALSO SCOTT CQS THRESHERS of land iieirly all under ffnee with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING good Cistern and Stables oung bfaiii g AGENTS FOR Orchard of selected fruit good Girdcn spot and good lots of never tailing wtcr for Stock For terms apply to the undersigned or T M French O F C C Â¬ Coughs Colds Sore JG557 Keeps on hand ropairs for same jaSO SO B R WALKER cliitis Asthma Consumption UBS CUBE Tliroat Bron v- HIIITWIIH BALTM MANUFACTURERS I OF Ci3SK TO STAY COMPANY THE KEULLin Cairo Hickman TAKES UP ASA STRAY STEEL PLOWS WAGON NOW IS THB TIMB TO SUBSOUIBB T A O KET New Madrid 3 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS FOR TUB 55 wMMh wSS AMBROSE Mxstiwb And All Diseases ofTHKOAT and LVAGS Put up In Quart Size Kotles for Family Un Sflenffio IIt prepared of Balsam Ttila Grjitamznt nucKCirutrOMKje and other tonics Tbo Formal is known to oar t physicians is hlxtilj commendwt br them and tbe analvis nt oar most prominent cnomut Trot G A JlAHlVKlt in Chicago is on tna madical lallor eery bottla It Uwell known to the3unl the prufettion that lOLU KUOK anJ RYK will for Inuuenza Frett reheiWenkIuistis Cold ConsumptionXIronchlUa Â¬ cm Lurjrs also Throat In the in cident and adrtuued 4tKes BFVKICAOK makes a I sed as atorij for fauUjand rPETIZEnH take If deuxhtful oe Is pleasant to makorde iht itedit Klvea tone actiTitj and etrentu to thA uhole Iinm in U lVlVKi This elegant passenger steamer will nrrive at Iliokman going down every Tuesday nud Thursday up diiefd ty aud Friday augJO r Rinik and ersffhotrrtiMidmorc in A placeot oqrTOM ISO K AND KYK which U 9 tho onWtniMuatd article made fAsyenmne haT Jr tnc a Otl hllNMr N r STAMP on each buttle DONTBEDECEIVEDV PATTTrrXnpnnrouunprincipled Rje deal XiVJXl bj frm VVrasj e P F C is a true copy of the records in uiy office this No f do certify the O W MILES above poit note J J lit MiidUon Street Chicago r AV jour li ucsUt - It IVAiiW jour rotrr Ibr It r- tKfc iIVKTIA lroprlolors i i vemhjrilth dec3 It -- 1SS- - Oj W MILTT5 P V C i HICKMAN CURIE rxr AW i 1 rsold tr JJCUilmC MCQV1UM- jour Ine Mrrvhnnt f- - It L2TClitldru ntk jour Uuuiiua Tor It - eteimlero ls OROCliltS and C4 J i jc i jr fV feft - j ja - an WW 5 THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN President Garfields Children The children are two boys one girl and two more boys Their first child was a girl which died when a few months old The last one was a boy that died when about two years old Harry the oldest living is sixteen Abram the youngest is eight Jim is fourteen Molly twelve and Irvin ten years old Harry is a quiet steady boy very obedient and dutiful particularly respectful towards his parents and grand- Â¬ mother The writer had an opportunity of seeing a characteristic letter which he wrote to his mother shortly after the Chicago Convention he and Jim being in school at Concord N H at the time He spoke of the fact that some of his schoolmates had manifested a great deal more interest iu himself and Jim since their pa was nominated for President Ho evidently thought this a little snobby and said he didnt consider that they were a bit bigger or better than they were before and that ho would respect his father just as much even if ho wero nothing but a Congressman all his life He didnt seem to think it a very big thing to be a Congressman Jim is what is called a rollicking boy He is never known to be still unless asleep Roth physically and intellectually he is very strong and very quick He masters his studies almost without effort and in an incredibly short time At school he likes the gymnasium he excels on the trapeze and the springboard At home he stands on his head walks on his hands with his heels up turns handsprings and somersaults and jumps the fence in preference to opening the gate He is good natured kind hearted and accommodating and famous for boyish devilment Molly is a rather quiet girl with remarkable good sense for her years she keeps her lessons pretty close and plays the piano very well Irvin is the queerest genius of tho family though I dont know how to de Abe is an artist He is scribe him always making pictures and seems to prefer drawings of machinery A train of cars is one of his favorite drawings and he will have the engine baggage and mail cars the coaches and sleepers all so perfect that it would take an ex-Â¬ pert to find a part left out Sketch oj the Garfield Family by T L Nichol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARM NOTES Soee Teboat Gargle for sore throat Tincture myrrh two drachms common water four ounces vinegar half an ounce Mix Fob Burns or Scalds Varnish the wound with the white of an egg The application of the egg is more soothing than sweet oil and cotton the common remedy for bums Toxic Atereekt Epsom salts one ounce diluted sulphuric acid one drachm infusion of quassia chips half nn imperial pint compound tincture of rhubarb two drachms Half a wine glassful for a dose twice each day Diarrhea It is said the small plant commonly known by the name of rup- Â¬ turewort made into tea and drunk fre- Â¬ quently is a sure euro for diarrhea Rupturewort grows in nearly every open lot and along the roads It is a small plant throwing out a number of shoots in a horizontal direction and lying close to the ground something bimiiar to the manner of the parsleyweed and boars a pmall dark green leaf with an oblong purple spot in the center When the stem is broken a white milky substance will ooze from the wound It is very palatable and infants take it as readily as any drink This is an old Indian cure and maybe relied on The botani Â¬ cal name of this plant is Euphorbia Maculata How to KiLi a Tapeworm in an Hour Kousso and kamela are expen Â¬ sive drugs nauseous to the taste not always effectual and requiring several days to effect the death of the worm Dr Karl Bettelheim of Vienna nar- Â¬ rates in the Dcutches Archiv a heroic method and nearly sure cure in the short space of time of three quarters of an hour to two hours It is this He inserts a lube in the onsophagus to the stomach and pours down from 200 to 400 grammes of a very concentrated de- Â¬ coction of pomegranate root havingpre viouslyhad his patient fast for twenty four hours The worm is Btupenedtnd passed head and all to a certainty the patient has no sickness of the stomach and no nauseous swallowing to do and the drug is cheap How to Core a Coivd On the first day of taking cold there is a very un Â¬ pleasant sensation of chilliness The moment you observe this go to your room and stay there keep it at such a temperature as will prevent this chilly feeling even if it requires 100 degrees of Fahrenheit In addition put your feet in water half leg deep as hot as you can bear it adding hotter water from time to time for a quarter of an hour so that the water shall be hotter when you take your feet out than when you put them in then dry them thoroughly and put on warm thick woolen stock- Â¬ ings even if it be in summer for sum- Â¬ mer colds are the most dangerous and for twenty four hours eat not an atom of food but drink as largely as you like of any kind of warm teas and at the end of that time if not sooner the cold will be effectually broken without any medicine nhatever Rare Elephants There are now on exhibition in New Yorktwrtpeculiarelcphants brought from the mountains of the Malay Peninsula about 800 miles from Singapore They are remarkable for their small size being respectively twenty eight and thirty six inches tail and for being covered with a thick coat of bristly hair or wool They are supposed to be from 5 to 7 years old In size they resemble the extinct ele- Â¬ phants of Malta and in covering those of Siberia Their wooly coat is attributed to the circumstance that they live high upon the mountains where the climate is cold The species appear to be all but unknown to naturalists this pair being the first that have survived tho passage through the heated low country to the mitt tnc subsequent journey by sea They are described as playful and harm- Â¬ less and they keep their little trunks stretched out to strangers to be petted They love to be scratched on the under side of the trunk close to the mouth and they hold their trunks curled back over their heads as long as any one scratches them Like elephants of large growth they keep up a swaying motion either sideways or forward and backward When a visitor lets one of the little fel- Â¬ lows take his hand he delicately curls his proboscis around it and carries it gently to his mouth Then he trumpets his satisfaction Story Telling The question of story telling is rather a nice one Swift regards it as not alto- Â¬ gether a contemptible talent consider Â¬ ing how low conversation now runs among us but he justly remarks that the story teller should change his company very often that he may not dis Â¬ And cover the weakness of his fund indeed this is the very melancholy part of the story tellers life that however agreeable he may be aa an acquaintance no man in his senses will consent to be- Â¬ come intimate with him and stand the tire of his eternal repetitions We be- Â¬ lieve he never marries even a womans deotion has limits Such are the pit- Â¬ falls that according to Swift beset the art of conversation and his remarks ap- Â¬ ply with undiminished force to us The list although a long one is still not ex-Â¬ haustive as we find in Cowper some new Such are the classes of talk spoilers grimacers who assent with shrug and contradict with a twisting of the neck are angry with a wry mouth and pleased in a caper or minuet step the emphati who ram down every syllable with cal excessive vehemenee and energy the who split and mince half swearers and fritter their oaths into gadsbut ads fish and demmeand those who nickÂ¬ name Gods creatures and call a man r cabbage a crab a queer cub an odd fish and an unaccountable muskin Saturday licview w Â¬ I Something About Glass Some boy writes to The Doctor asking how window glass is made so fla and smooth especially those in the large windows of store fronts There are two kinds of window glass one called cylinder and the other plate glass All the large panes are plate class as the size of cylinder glass cannot be in creased beyond a certain point In this kind of gloss a cylinder is blown Those who have been in a glass house and I advise you whenever you have an opportunity to visit one and see how this Avonderful material is worked know that to make a cylinder a glass is first blown This then is worked into a cylinder by rolling it upon an iron table After a cylinder is made its ends are cut off and it is divided lengthwise and flat- Â¬ tened out to form a flat smooth sheet All plate class is cast A wolished iron table has ledges at the side as high as me micKnehs oi tuo plate ot glass The metal glass is poured upon this and spread and flattened by a copper roller The plate is then annealed that is put into a very hot furnace which is so ar Â¬ ranged that tho glass will cool very slowly in order that it shall be tough when at the end of a week or so it is cooh But the glass is now dull and rough like that which you see in roofs and skylights To become the beauti- Â¬ ful plate glass it must be ground and polished The plates are so arranged that they may be rubbed together one upon the other by machinery First sand and water are placed between them then emery of different sizes and after being ground with the fineshemery they are polished by rnbbing thefljJEL some kind of polishing powder American Agriculturist Â¬ taxes collector harbors and rivers bill hats rack fugitive slaves bill nor rebels claim In England they announce parcels and cloak room If a parcels room why not a cloaks rooms and it custom house why not custom duties This point would be worth considering if there were much probability of the habits growing but with the single ex-Â¬ ception of customs duties tho com- Â¬ bination in this country is not used This is used probably because custom and customs like duty and duties have the same meaning and are used in- Â¬ differently that is the plural form- - has no marked plural meaning In both cases it means the toll or tolls that is to be paid whether there be one or half a dozen kinds We say cither the duty on tea and coffee or the duties on tea and coffea either an officer of the custom or an officer of the customs It is certainly to be hoped that the awkward titles to bills so common in English parlinmer tary legislation will not become fashion- Â¬ able in this country The consideration and division of boroughs bill the reforma- Â¬ tion and restoration of criminals bill or the transportation and encouragement of emigrants bill are distortions of the English tongue that ought not to be tolerated by civilized society house Singular or Plural A correspondent of tho Jiew York Tribune protests against a Cockney solecism in the use of a plural form for adjectives as customs duties burials bill incurable drunkards act In English he argues an adjective has no plural and usage is directly against giving it one We neither say nor write customs A PItirul Death Dr Wilms the late distinguished Germau surgeon came to his death by a pitiful road Just as he completed an operation his assistant accidentally pricked Mm with a needle under the thunib nail Dr Wilms treated the tiny wound as all surgeons know how to do yet in attending afterward upon an Â¬ other patient a particle of poisonous matter found its way to the wound About an hour later a fierce burning set in and the experienced operator who knew every phenomenon of the human organization so exactly told his col- Â¬ leagues that blood poisoning had set in His friends believed that the means which he used had expelled the poison but Dr Wilms himself was less san- Â¬ guine He had just reached his 58th Effect or Fright on the Hair The Gazette des IFopitaux gave an account lately of a singular case of com- Â¬ plete alopecia A girl aged 17 who had always enjoyed health had one day a narrow escape from being crushed by a floor giving way beneath her Shu was very much frightened and the same night began to complain of headache and was his first appearance at church chills The next morning she felt rest- Â¬ and in order that he might sit perfectly less and had itching of tho scalp During stiff and keep his little chatter between the few following days she steadily im- Â¬ his teeth he was told that a big dog proved with the exception of the itching would bite him if he didnt keep that One day in combing her hair she no- Â¬ quiet The little fellow cast several ticed that it came out in large quantities glances up and down the aisle and at Three days later she was perfectly bald last just in the most interesting part of Her general health was good but her the ministers prayer startled the congre- Â¬ head continued bald and was still so Mamma where when seen two years later by the repor- Â¬ gation by piping up ter is the dog Ax elephant is used in a spectacular play in Philadelphia Ho is kept in a btable several blocks away and taken to the theater every evening at tho proper point in the piece One afternoon ho took it into his head that the time hod come to perform Throwing his keeper aside he burst into the street overturned a wagon and several street stands on his way to the theater smashed a door and took his usual place on the stage The absence of lights and audience seemed to convince him that he had made a mistake and he suffered himself to be led back to the stable Do London Fogs Kill It has often been disputed whether London fogs though they certainly de- Â¬ The press vitality do actually kill question seems to be settled by Dr Arthur Mitchell who in the Scottish Meteorological Journal shows that dur- Â¬ ing the fog which lasted from Novem- Â¬ ber 1879 to February 1880 and which was one of the most remarkable fogs on record the deaths from certain diseases increased in a striking degree while the ordinary death rate from other causes did not decline The fogs made bron- Â¬ chitis pneumonia and whooping cough more deadly but raised asthma to the rank of an immediately dangerous dis- Â¬ ease The deaths rose from this cause through December to 43 per cent above the average and in January to 220 per cent while in February whon the fog cleared away the rate sank to 30 per cent below tho normal level The re Â¬ maining great towns of the island wero remarkably free from fog and the death rate from asthma did not increase There is every apparent probability of a simi Â¬ lar fog this year London having been dark with fog in the upper air almost throughout tno weeK ana this in spite of unusually brilliant weather all round Some oculist of standing should publish a report on the effect of the special ab- Â¬ sence of light in London upon the eye- Â¬ sight of the population Londonfipec talor It Pros that have been raised on milk gross clover tubers and roots till they weigh 150 or 200 pounds aro generally utes healthy They are then in good condi- Â¬ Turkish Pilaf To one gill of rice tion to fatten add three gills of broth and somo salt lot PijAster scattered over the floors of it boil gently until tho rice has absorbed tho chicken liouso is a powerful absorb Â¬ all tho broth then brown about a quarter ent proventiug tho smell which arises of a pint of butter in a saucepan pour from tho droppings it over the rice cover up and leavo it There are ono hundred and fifty named stand boforo tho firo for a fow minutes and described varieties of wheat and It takes about an hour to cook mutt yet one half tho peoplo who grow the never bo stirred and whon dished up grain dont know the difference sucli must only be touched lightly with a fork each groin of rice is tho lack of training in tho natural his- Â¬ H properly done should bo soft and perfectly whole A tory of plants little tomato may bo added if liked 1 MiTTrrvn Tlin bost timn tnJ IUIO AO w VUUw UW Beefsteak Cake One and one half cither before or after feeding Never cup of sugar one cup of butter one cup mux wniio mo cow is eating When a of sweet milk three eggs two teaspoon- Â¬ cow has once acquired tho habit of feed Â¬ fuls of cream-of-tortone teaspoonful ing at milking time she a ill often refuse of soda three and one fourth cups of to let down her milk unless food is be- Â¬ flour Divide equally To ono half add fore her one half cup of chopped raisins cinna- Â¬ Wheat in inn West The continu- Â¬ mon and cloves to taste This makes ous wheat growing in the West followed four round tins Put together in alterÂ¬ as it is by burning the straw is certain nate loyers of dark and light with jelly sooner or later to result in exhaustion of between each layer or an icing made of tho soil A crop of Indian corn when the whites of two eccs beaten to a stiff wheat shows signs of flagging is gener- Â¬ froth and mixed with four tablespoon- - J fuls of powdered sugar ally sufficient to restore the fertility rut tins be Â¬ tween tho layers whilo they ore hot The New England Farmer remarks Buttermilk Bread Two quarts of that cider inado late hi tho season and stored in a cold place will keep sweet buttermilk come to a boil poured over two quarts of flour stirring it rapidly or because active fermentation is prevented it will lumpy then If it is rich and sweet when it comes until itbe thin enough add cold water is it shoidd bo as from the press and care is exercised in thin as it could making it from good sound apples it cool enough for be stirred if it is not the yeast by this time will not become sour if kept in a moder- Â¬ set tho pad in which it is in the water ately cool cellar in a tight cask or in pail stirring all the while winch soon it bottles cools it Then stir in the yeast which is A nervous ftxcitable steer is not as already soaked and empty it all in the profitable to feed as a lymphatic one bread pan where the flour is already with a brood deep chest for this last warmed with a hole in the middle Then is seldom disturbed by anything he cover it tight and set it where it will feeds well sleeps well and fats well It keep warm all night is just thirty years since tho first Jerseys were brought to this country They are A Remarkable Machine making a great change in our dairy in- Â¬ A machine has been invented by Dr terests and the good results will become Mosso of Turin which measures more apparent m the ensuing year thought It is called the plethysmo- Â¬ xhe Cabbage Worm To save his cab- Â¬ graphy and its revelations are based on bages and as an experiment Mr How Â¬ the fact that thought creates nervous ac- Â¬ ard tells the Fruit Jtccord that he mixed tion which consumes in its performance four quoits of air slacked lime one quart a certain quantity of blood and that of fine salt and a quarter of a pound quantity may be measured In an ad- Â¬ each of red and black pepper When tho dress before the American Association of dew was on he applied this mixture by Paris Professor G F Barker describes means of a large sized tin pepper box to tho machine and its working as follows 400 cabbages that were doubtless as The forearm for example being tho wormy a lotos could be found Ho gave organ to be experimented on is placed them but one dose but it did its work so in a cylinder of water and tightly in- Â¬ effectually that there has beeu no further closed A rubber tube connects the in- Â¬ trouble on account of these destructive terior of the cylinder with the recording pests apparatus With tho electric circuit by Corn Stubble Fields that hove been which the stimulus was applied to pro- Â¬ cleared in time should be plowed in read- Â¬ duce contraction were two keys one of iness for early bowing of oats in spring which was a dummy It was noticed that after using the If roots are to follow the corn the ntnble may be plowed at once and sown with active key several times producing vary- Â¬ rye Three or four bushels should be ing current strengths the curve sank as sown to the acre This rye will furnish before on pressing down the inactive a heavy crop of green fodder next May key Since no real effect was produced or an excellent early pasture in the the result was caused solely by the im- Â¬ spring or may bo plowed under as a agination blood passing from the body green manuring In either caso the ex Â¬ to tho brain in the act To test further the effect of mental ac- Â¬ pense of tho seed which is tho only out-Â¬ lay will be many limes repaid in tho in Â¬ tion Dr Pagliani whose arm was in tho apparatus was requested to multiply two crease of the foilowine crop sixty Â¬ Sheep in Wester Sheep need free- hundred and make seven by eight men- Â¬ tally and to a sign when he had dom of action and variety of food more finished The recorded curve showed than any of our domestic animals In very distinctly how much more blood tho winter they require sholtor only against brain took to perform the operation heavy rains and melting snows as even Hence the plethsymograph is capable a cold storm is better than a heated barn of measuring tho relative amount of men Â¬ at least for Cotswolds A rough shed tal power required by different persons facing tho south and capable of being to work out tho same mental problem closed during the rain and snow storms is quite sufficient They should then be of Indeed Mr Goskell suggests tho use tho instrument kept iu small flocks have spacious yards room to find out in the examinotion in addition to tho to roam in and at all times except dur- Â¬ amount of knowledge a man possesses ing the storms fed in racks out of doors how much effort it causes him to pro- Â¬ in ordinary weather Where cold storms duce any particular result of brain work are rare and the ground is free from Dr Mosso relates whilo heavy snow artificial shelter is hardly paratus was set up in that room tho apÂ¬ his in Turin necessary for Cotswolds at any rate a classical man camo in to see him Ho How to Feed The trouble with most looked very contemptuously upon it and pprsons who keep horses no matter asked of what uso it could bo saying whether on a farm for form work or for that it couldnt do anybody any good driving purposes is they feed too much Dr Mosso replied Well now I can hay and to this can be attributed the tell you by that whether you can read general sluggishness of ten manifested by Greek as rcadilj as you can Latin the horses until they have been working As tho classicist would not believe it a couple of hours while their wind is his own arm wos put into tho apparatus also much impaired Night is tho onlj and he wos given a Latin book to read time when hay should be fed especially A very blight sinking of the reserve was to animals used for quick work even tho tho result slow plow team should have but little The Latin book was then taken away hay at tho morning and noon feeds but and a Greek book wos given to liim Â¬ give them a generous supply at tho even This produced immediately a much ing meaL By doing this your horses deeper curve will keep hi better spirits and condition Ho hod asserted before that it was and free from any tendency to pot quite as easy for him to read Greek as belly which horsemen so much dislike Latin and that there was no difficulty to see in doing either Dr Mosso however Remedy for BmanT Josiah Hoopts was able to show him that he was labor- Â¬ Weschester Pa a veteran author fruit ing under a delusion grower and experimenter in the Ameri- Â¬ Again this apparatus is so sensitive aa No sure remedy to be useful lor ascertaining how mnch can Garden says can be suggested to prevent the blight a person is dreaming in the pear nor the yellows in the peach I When Dr Pagliani went to sleep in but the following are not injurious and the apparatus the effect upon the result- Â¬ are certainly beneficial Wash tho bodies ing curve was very marked indeed of the trees as well as the larger branches He said afterward that he had been in with ordinary thin whitewash or so3p a sound sleep and remembered nothing tuds Top dress the soil beneath with of what passed in the room that he had weak lime good rich compost un Â¬ been absolutely unconscious and yet bleached wood ashes c any refuse i every little movement in the room such decaying vegetable matter in fact that as the slamming of a door the barking will furnish food for your trees A slight I of a dog and even tho knocking down dressing of salt used sparingly also an- Â¬ of a bit of glass were all marked on the swers an excellent purpose and some cul- Â¬ curves tivators recommend ground bones and Sometimes he moved his lips and gin e others iron filings A heavy mulching other evidences that he was dreaming with muck is beneficiid to all young trees They wero all recorded on the curve tho A writer in the Ru- Â¬ the amount of blood required for dream- Uses for ral Ncic Yorker soys that the salt ques- Â¬ ing diminishing that in the extremities tion is always on the carpet and while it is very certain that salt is not a manure Trees as Weather Prophets it is equally certain that its application It is a matter of common observance Ls a decided benefit The retardation that trees and and often complete ruin of crops by in- Â¬ the prevalence their branches fall during sect depredation is well known but it is fectly obvious of storms and from per- Â¬ not ot oil appreciated to its full extent servers among reasons But close ob- Â¬ those the Salt can act but in three ways benefi- Â¬ woods will tell you thatfamiliar withthese often times cially It attracts moisture and hence is things occur just lefore a severe storm useful in dry seasons it drives away in- Â¬ and are the sign and forerunner of its ap- Â¬ all seas- Â¬ sects and therefore is useful in proach The phenomenon was witnessed ons and when thoroughly dissolved by by a farmer of Oswego town whilo on heavy rains it acts by assisting inert or insoluble material to become fit for plant his way last Sunday to attend divine food The first mode is a slight gain service in the Thompson school house not enough though to pay for the salt who observed a large limb break and fall off from a tree by the There the second is very valuable paying for was no wind stimuc at roadside and no tho time the salt and the trouble of application apparent cause for tho phenomenon He from ten to one hundred times over ac- Â¬ says that he matte up his mind that a se- Â¬ cording to the prevalence and destract vere storm was closcothand He recalled iveness of the insects the third mode is tho circumstauco at Hannibal of but little value because iusolublcs ore during the camp meeting ji year ago service generally proof against its feeble action a lnrgo beech tree fell upon the when camp If we sum up tho gaiu from tho three mceung lent at a time wnen tmppily modes of action wo perceive such a very tho congregation was outsido and only a decided gain that one fair trial insuffi- Â¬ small child was tent asleep in cient to convince the most sceptical Tho i child was not only the injured but The not not only danger is on excess but as five even awakened There was no wind at bushels per acre can do no harm tho the timo in the atmosphere was un Â¬ danger is not likely over to bo alarming usually stillfact There was no apparent as few farmers can afford to waste salt cause for tho fall of tho tree but a heavy anywhere storm followed shortly after as Monday s storm succeeded the intense heat and HOUSEKEEPERS HELPS quiet of tho day before The falling of tho tree and the apparent almost miracu- Â¬ Waffles One pint milk one pound lous escapo of tho congregation wero tho flour four eggs one cupful yeast quar- Â¬ occasion of much speculation and the ter lraund butter Let them rise three incident was quickly seized and forcibly or four hours before baking used by tho oxhorter to illustrato the Cucumber Catsup Three full grown protecting caro of heaven Tho farmer green cucumbers peoledond grated ono of whom wo speak also says that for many onion chopped fine ono teaspoonful of years ho has observed similar incidents ground black pepper one tablespoonful of falling linbs and trees iu tho stillness Bottle which so generally precedes great storms of salt and a pint of vinegar and seal cold without cooking of rain or wind Tho relator is more Puff Pudding Four eggs yolks and than ordinarily a close observer of things Oswego Times whites beaten separately To tho yolks add three cups of sweet milk a table spoonful of melted butter and threo cups Cause and Effect of sifted flour Stir hi tho whites the Tho main catiso of nervousness is in- Â¬ Ios tiling Boko in buttered enps I use digestion and that is caused by weakness 10 teacups Eat hot with sauce of tho stomach No one can have Bread Griddle Cakes Take a small nerves and good health without sound using bowl of bread and soak it over night in Hop Bitters to strengthen tho stomach milk In the morning take one quart of purify the blood and keep the liver and milk threo eggs and a bit of salt beaten Kidneys active to carry off all tho pois- Â¬ up together with half cupful flour and onous and waste matter of the system ono and a half teaspoonfuls baking pow- Â¬ See other column Advance der It wants to be a thick and a very light batter and then it is delicious A qualified Judge Squire Horsnail Grate the rind of M P who had been inspectin tho Board Lemon Pudding two lemons mix with the yolks of four School Well good bye childer Yer eggs one pint of fine bread crumbs one Reads well an yer Spells well but yer quart of milk half cup of sugar pinch Haint Sot Still ar -J I Cost of Royalty of salt bake twenty minutes beat to a froth the whites of four eggs juice of The Philadelphia Times sums up the two lemons half cup of sugar spread various amounts absorbed by the Euro-Â¬ over top of pudding and bake five min- Â¬ pean rulers of the present day Austria Belgium Denmark Franco Bavaria Wnrtembnrg Saxony Tladen Bread A large meeting lately was held at tho Town Hall Kensington in England under the auspices of the Bread Reform League to advocate tho universal use of what is technically known as wheat meal bread Dr B W Richardson tho well known authority on hygiene presided One of the speakers main Â¬ tained that the bread in common use was 40 per cent deficiont in sustaining qualities An entire grain of wheat con- Â¬ tained everything that was required for nourishing purposes and yet the better half of it was wasted and this half was a much healthier food especially for i children A white loaf in fact was only half a loaf for a largo portion of tho i material that formed muscular flesh and nearly all that formed bone wero taken from it Children fed on white bread were very liable to suffer rickety bones consumption and bad teeth because their food did not nourish them properly Tho outward whiteness of tho flour might bo considered an outward sign of the starvation within One shillings worth of wheat meal bread contained threo times tho flesh forming seventy times the heat producing and three times the bone forming material to bo found in a shillings worth of beefsteak Dr Richardson maintained that if tho mothers of the United Kingdom were to give their families whole meol which contained the structure of the skeleton in from three to four generations all the deformities of children not caused by accident which they now saw would pass away as by the hands of an invisi Â¬ ble enchantress ftr Tnr 4C50 000 Prussia 800000 311200 730000 30798X1 137884S 46770J 78X930 Great Britain IUIt NetierlandJ 374658 3075000 3100000 311800 10000000 2000000 0317000 rortuBM Russia Spain Sweden and Norway Switzerland Turkey o00 iooo Â¬ 11000000 To1 431M161 These vast sums as far as Can be ascertained aro the amounts actually and personally absorbed by royalty in Eu- Â¬ rope with the republican exceptions of France and Switzerland From the im- Eossibility of ascertaining the exact dis for such purposes only five out of the twenty five states comprising tho present German empire ore set down in the above statement It will be perceived that if Europe has the fancy of being governed by Em- Â¬ perors Kings Princes and Grand Dukes it costB a great deal to carry that fancy into actual operation The highly paid magnates who ought to bo the dependents and utility people in the great political drama of political govern- Â¬ ment have increasingly proceeded dur- Â¬ ing the centuries to make themselves masters instead of servitors of the peo- Â¬ ple Single families have thus absorbed the property of tho people whom they seem to regard as serfs From royal lips and royal pens these ever are words of ownership such as my people my army and my navy my palaces and my interests A Noble Example Mrs Eobert L Stuart is at tho head of the cooking school What a noble example this woman gives the public Her husband is worth 4000000 but this docs not relievo her of tho claims of duty Sho takes an interest in social advance and theref oro lends her influence to tho improvement of tho culinary art Tho Stuarts have always been a useful family and though limited to two genera-Â¬ tions they havo done enough to immor- Â¬ talize tho name Tho father camo from Edinbnrg a bankrupt in purse fleeing from his creditors but rich in purpose and courage He opened a cent candy shop and worked fifteen hours a day until the creditors were paid in full The amount was 1500 eqnol to S7500 but money was then worth double its present value The sons inherited tho business which they mado immensely profitable and they shared their profits liberally with objects of benevolence They have been among tho leading philanthropists of tho day and their benefactions in tho aggregato aro probably more than a million Mrs Stuart now gives what is really of more value than money when sho takes tho presidency of a cooking school This feature in education has been sadly neglected and it is time a reformation took place New York Cor Cincinnati Gazelle GREAT GERMAN REMEDY TOR RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA SCIATICA LUMBA80 BACKACHE O OLJU1 SORENESS CHEST SORETHROAT QUINSY or tbx SWELLINGS Airo SPRAINS Jjro j FROSTED FEET EARS BXTZUtTfll SCAZiSS GeneralMUjFalB TOOTH EAR HEADA0HE aire ALL QTHEB aire t Children to Make Them Proud Wo are inclined to think that for chil- Â¬ dren between 7 and 14 or thereabouts corporal punishment neither of exces- Â¬ sive severity nor of excessivo mildness is about tho most equal of punishments Taming tho St Lawrence and we feel certain that nil qualified schoolmasters who have not been bitten A gigantic schemo of harbor improvements costing 7000000 has just been with the ridiculous mania about personal launched here and if carried out even in dignity will bear us out As for that a modified form will mako Montreal one mania it is enough to say that the of tho finest harbora on this continent proudest classes of the very proudest Good Advice The plan is to divert tho current of the nation that ever walked on tho face of Daniel Webster was once an outside St Lawrence opposite the city into the tliis earth have for centimes been accus- Â¬ passenger on a stage coach during a channels between St Helens Island and tomed to such punishment in youth prolonged shower A dandified fellow the southern shore by having various f Saturday ItiQew who sat next to him kept bemoaning tho obstructions removed from this channel fact that his brand new lavender panta Â¬ and running a dam from Point St Charles in the west end of tho city to loons would be ruined by the wet un til Webster tired out with listening St Helens Island midway in tho river thus stopping the current from running grunted Then why tho devil dont you keep through tho present main channel be- Â¬ tween tho city and St Helens Island them dry But how can I queried the dandy Montreal Paper DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS Take them off and sit on thern A man may carry a watch for years Our orator made the remainder of his The ijmptonnof an acnte Attack of inflammation of the kidneys are as follows tbe mII f and still be unfamiliar with the wheels of baric and Ihcuce ahootingFercr pain in nurabnHi of the journey in peace the downward the little ticker Thev travel inrnn thigh vomiting muallyac flrt a dcp red color of the Whipping Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PAHS ACHES No Preparation en earth equala Sr Jacoes Oil aa a 11 rr sciti smrLC and cnxar ExteraalBemedy A trial eatalll bit the coioraratlTely trialnf outlay of WCxTS and erery one suffering with pain can hare cat ap aad posittre proof eif its olAims DIMCII053 soioTAiicasaisTSAii3DaiajiniJtwc i CO A VOOELER RVJllr- - Mil VBJ are a of let ters toUlnccorer nigns worfi so res tore brain cerre and waste tu Hop B Hop Bitters suffering from any In i r yw n ft TiiTiiiff and discretion or dsipaj tlon IfTycuaremitr - cine nlrl nr I suffering from in1 roorbealtn or lonrutsh J founon a bed oC sic ne Bitters mj yonarr jnouaaxxxsoje aa TVhocTcr nuiUTfrom soma wheccTcr you iiel form oC Kidney that 7 otir XUs-a- -o that might hare ben prevented lmr or Kunmuuv bya timely use or eoed bj the strain of a trnf 1 vmi e A n f Ftixxiulant a n d u s o smjinl Tf crti AMnirlruwe emiV I It UXTIS LA3GC1BXS a if Vegetine It Ton man ti f Kidney Complaints nun jstn A Wish Oh how I do wish my skin was as clear and soft as yours said a lady to her friend You can easily make it so answered the friend How inquired A Ladjs b dcliciously musical irith Throat affection and Conjrhs it lose all attraction Dr BuHk Cough Syrup restores it when failing through Coughs Colds etc The human voico io iln Btrectncn and purity the first lady By using Hop Bitters that makes pure rich blood and blooming health It did it forme as you observe Read of it Cairo Bulletin There is a time for work and a time or play but its mighty unevenly di- Â¬ vided among somo people Mending of allkindsof clothing tablo and bod linen etc and elegant embroidery is now done on the Wilson Osculating Shnttlo Sewing Ma Â¬ chine without an attachment Wonders will novcr cease in this age of progress Scientific American Malabiax f eTers can bo prevented also other miasmatic diseases by occasionally using Dr tkmfonT Livrr Inrigorator tho oldest Rcncral Family Medicine which i recommended as a cure for all diseases caused by a disordered liver Eighty psgo book sent free Address Dr Eanford 162 Broadway New York theology in tho world has never succeeded in answering the childs Why dont God kill the question devil Ex The answer is simple enough There has always got to bo some one to take care of delinquent sub subscribers and if tho devil was killed it would only necessitate tho hiring of an- Â¬ other hand in his place Pecks Sun A Paf or M1 Happy I have been greatly troubled with my kidneys and liver for over twenty yearn and during that entire time I was nercr free from jiain My medical bills wero cnormou and I Tinited both the Hot and White Spring noted for tho cura Â¬ tive qualities of the water I am happy to aav I am now a well man and entirely aa tho rccuft of Warners Safe Kidney and Liver Care With inch glorious results I am only too glad to testi- Â¬ fy regarding tho remody which has made mo so happy Rev 1 F HAllKLEE Coal Run Crossing Arkansas i All tho Srlenre la tld or the lIouM nlfe nrtne which become pale and colorless a the dtsemi fncreasts and is discharged Trrj often with am and difficulty costireneM and soma degree of colic la chronic dieaes of the kidneys the ijtnjtoms are rain la the back and limbs dryness of the skin frequent urin tion especially at nieht general drorT headache dizziness of tuijht iodigestiop and pafpuation of the heart gradual loss of strength paleness and pnffiness of the face cough and short u ess of breath In diseaflfs of the kidneys tho Veoitiss fnres im Â¬ mediate relief It has nerer failed to enre when it ts In rnanr cises taken regularly and directions followed it may take sereril bottle especially cases of long standing It acts directly upon the accretions clesnn and strengthening remoring alt obstructions and im A great many can testify to eases of long stand puntie iug havms been perfectly cured by the Yegetise eren after trying many of the known remedies which are said to be expressly for this distaae tato Hop Dittors Utmjoadj OTurtnaryccmr plaint dlscae of tho ttomachooktis blood Aff nopttirtera la liccrcrnerreaJ Ton will ne cured if you use Hop Bittora drunkenness u oi opium tobacco or naxcotlca 8oldbydnuy cists eTMlfoT Circular B0PBRTBB HTO CO BaeWaterS1 ATanDtoOat X ble D I O aa absolute and lireslsta-- enra tor i lt It may saveyour saved dred o weak and owepiritcdtry has life Ithun- Â¬ Kidney Complaints cheerfully recommend it Respectfully Attested to by K B Ashfield and Central arenue Ma H R - AEXTM JOSIAH Fr xirsT sok aets ALLENS rr------ AG EST WIFE CiacissATi O March 19 1377 H R Stetkis Dear felr I hare used your Yegettse for some time and can truthfully say it ha been a grrftt benefit tome and to those suffering from disease of the kidneys I O II SMITH drufgist corner Eighth O AfiEXTaW5TED in ererrTown Dont mvn it bn send for CircnLir at once and secure territory Addree My Wayward aix 81 Ci W El U If -- Pardnernl Yiobtike is nourishing and strengthening quiets Gnrifics tho blood regulates tho bowels cretions action system acts directly upon tho se- Â¬ and arouses tho wholo sjstcm to Wul send their Electro Voltaic Belts to tho See their adver Â¬ afflicted upon 30 days trial On 80 Days tisement in this paper headed Tito Voltaic Belt Co narahnll Mlrlj I hare suffered fereral years with the kldsey com Â¬ I hare takec plaint and was induced to try Yegetise t ereral bottles of your preparation and am conTinccd it is a valuable remedy It lias done me more good than any other medicine lean heartily recommend to all suffering from kidney complaints Tours respectfully J S McMILLEX First bookkeeper for XewhallGale 4 Co Flour Mer O 6 West Front street Cincinnati cbant3o YaoxTuts has restored thousands to health who hart been long and painful offerers Ftktiss CntciiEATJ April norciitlis nno 19 1877 StPOSinrlt SALT PENNA PETROLEUM Grand Medal at Philadelphia Concentrated Lye and Soap Maker Oireetiona each Can for making Hard Soft and Toilet Soap ouicaly It la Ask jour grocer for full wefirht and strength and take no other accompany OAPONIFIED m lathe Original M Reliable Familr IXIIl AIEUIIIjiL MANUFACTURING CO k Trial woman cannot be beautiful but can be sweet tempered and a sweet temper gives a loveliness to tho face more attractive hi tho long run than even beauty Have a smile and kind word for all and you will be soon more admired nay loved than any mere beauty A sweet temper is to tho household what sunshine is to trees and flowers Evert Gxt Lyons Patent Heel stiffeners applied to those new boots before yon run them over Two TrmiDS of the axle greaso nsejJIJthe United States is made by tho Frazrr liJUKiCOT Company Bay the genuine DH MARCIIISIS tTEBINE CATIIOLICOX will llvely enr Female WeskntM inch aa Killing rf the Chrome InflAmmfttioD or Ulceration o tlerni Whit Vegetine old by all Druggists u position Am fll te JELLY SUrer Medal Xxpeainom uruia nnnshlrn TCtvrnnf1 Mother ti gg LADIES ajafaja BUTHISMJCHTYI lMkWwillsWaftaiwiir wiv Thia wonderful substance is acknowlededby phyrWao throughout the world lobe the beat remedy diacoTered for the cure of Wounda Burns Rheumatism 3kln Die ease Piles Catarrh Chilblains In order that erery one may trjit It la put up in 13 and 33 cent bottles Sot honaehold Me Obtain it from jonr druggist and job will hnd it aupenor to anything yon hare eeer need Ma Frank S Mueller 925 W Franklin street cited to a Journal reporter the case of Mr Henry Rhenick Ind Journal Â¬ Inmlrntal Ut morrhge or Flooliii rauiOil fenr nrecd and Irregular MenruAtion Ac An old and reliable remedy Bend pwtal card for a rnmr lilet with treatment enres and errtlflcalea from vhtsican and patients to IIOWARTII A BALLARD Unci Ken Turk Sold bj all DrngglsU llJO per bottle the ItfiU EwEKv UEvBS2a U IBbIbVk1 who for four years suffered with Rheuma- Â¬ tism which was cured by tho use of two bottles of St Jacobs Oil Evansville A Cabinet Minister is always in at- Â¬ tendance upon the Queen whon she is out of England Members of tho Cabi- Â¬ net toko the duty by turns The Minis- Â¬ ter in attendance is required to bo almost all the time withiu call as the Queen may need his counsel at any moment When he docs not dine with her ho may dine alone or with the Lord in Waitinc oldest citizons states I have used St Jacobs Oil and am well satisfied that it is a splendid article to relieve pain and that very quickly Fond du Lac Com- Â¬ in iSrose andPoetrr by orer 310 dltlnroi1ied anthor Introduction by lt0v TIIEO CTJltEK IJ 1 A charming gift biwK hlejranllr Illntratrl S7S Mr S Clark one of 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