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and thnlvnnt ni o v - if A go to the door BITS OF INFORMATION sonnets while there is ho other writer Food nnd nioa4fa- v nIRon8 THE FAMILY DOCTOR father and ho disapV AmUors Reasons who uses so many as 10 000 Some few the1 ofessor Hawkcs in a ImL bo hack in toward TnE meaning of tho word amen is so hourf Tolookifl at stud It I wont ten yon alle barn The Ti4 i f l thQAVYomanfl Vio 7n- A kiob f Miohigan were writers use as many as 12000 words but bo it vof uiar It vas introduced from theJew CMgo gave Physiological Iastiiate of mfanta is wash for the delicate skin of a frank pioneer editors of men as can leaeebed bena comln atlddr mnd mfM- u- I 33ensmore looked sharply abont him and truthful lot of And throwing a heavy cloak about her whi into he Christian church about be the great majority of writers do not em- Â¬ some palpaMe instances made by obtaining maple 390 TT and IW strong PnpfiH incasing her head in a deep hood 4- - lto attendingthe twigs Pnt a small lump of alum iirand proven by aiiaoident called to mind in ploy more than 8000 In conversation vErtZ connection wy the name of Mark Wil Â¬ but from 3000 to 5000 different words small barred disposition of brain nnMmonf n Xire KfaOBlTJ boUsWith the twiorH WmI the girl opened the door and disappeared t dows a barn uXA it drear liams whoeaTeuD his life for a htfir are used SF1 s punch was into the night John Sherman for instance places yith this in lieu of water upon aU sides A regular den mtroducedinfo Enr6pe from the East aftMimikting the one not Tbpde- 1 the cirjr oIDublia there are 2400Q PrioVturned to tbogang J truths of finance Colds xn the hjad are always in order Clinton long ago Mark had a paper in nt ono MTumc oiiuauerco was a wee little families averaging fivo members who Boys go below fire up and prepare between 1746 Someonejrecommendfl as an easy cure sheetwithComity It and 17G0 It is so named Abadhdeyothesthochkf a the rcsjt o tho metal Til- staffiero an Meeachhringin a sirigltf yerf mm access to the it attended promptly a teaspoonful of the handiest hundred subscribers printed death ratooflhecityTs --40 room The can catch nm AOd aIZSJ JLV Hindpo wrordjanteoA Persian fwaV and was deÂ¬ when Jfet comes in with the dies well Wiwiu IPnTtaheindethe stroy the gang with the per 1000 rolled the idea pulverCsedberax dissolved in a pint of poorlV aupsiieantliat the Officeiflr so which w ui - y v iouaisis oi nvo in Â¬ equivalent to 60 per 1000 in coin I want a full load fto nightf rfoi gredients which when cSlibaokrf anA Plenty of thfifa hot water jjhen tepid snuff some up the7 fonts of type had to be owrl SOr 00ked tiniibl T first made wcro JMffyM lyt one man became ithUsTalron snoceed or wo re Almost out Here give rife a ThliX J mrce uses a aay or Use reading Eaatfcr One used to setup the the tenement house disirt lift ter sugar and lemon TT Jt OJTiy movea toward the day the paper two facte r As Jie ceased speaking hei seized a arckJcay jHnvuerea ooras uhq a EhtVBni gtVe inch IUy amirexj ihat no one door camQoufcwita 4erco Attack on a State hes living theaenormous number of famii juijc Tho famous Vauxhall punch was ocjRtSad still Toted fotknown uaDem taking J piach heavy iron bar and thrust it beneath the an admuiuro of Andrew Jackson hi single room and the high a Wild approye as often- M wquiredj As he raised his arrack official at Lifesing men aint fool me Debby Ii He was called a death rate isnt suddenly oneneT hand to knock it was hearthstone Tho others joined hands lemon juico and water brandy sugar Mmiil digestion was involuntary and acnse ther lore ORMewonndsand5ores Surgeoas robber Mar thief and various other epi Â¬ dangers of prove that the horrors and A heavily bniH with him and with desperate dyspasia and diarrhea were set an solutioHelj carbolic acid aad pare give-Irish distress have effort tho heaTily bcarrfcd woodsman stood bofore Tho President of tho thets and Bopsin was1 g attendants of indigestion of both enne rauced in equa parts and applied him anl hanjs hishide spared to sMn exaggerated These famihes not been pirklln Tesfc you him of five a man with skill and cnfminB in five slowly raised tho crcai stone TJo- - cannnr n ametalfj t i United States on the fence and physical The thirik- - on BoitHBtor linen cloth ntio- shut np each in a singlo room door secured by it ADOBcameet Iran tfaafc date Mark sat wrsupport npon wages of from depend ThKn andMntfsmxrtind 1iro dy taowg how bi3 face and a desperate threatening neath iroaappeared axneee Dome shot high crime or misdemeanor he can bo S03ffeCIfal bake mental dyspepsia mend 10 to 17 hukj trap uoiis courage in Ins eyes a deril to dare smokmbpWt leaee and tobacco mixed aud raised a flfAfnf i a ra dewg ntores -- rr IvH seen tho Itis wise tcnlwavE in eqnarpShcirstranRercntefca English shulings a week Cinnt to An TMoV f mw ho The ease with which the Esqui Â¬ iiftTe some land of remedy on hand as a He was a big broad upon shouldered BeLt1j1nlhCT rottlh 1nin their wanta torch the peddler sliading the flickering bad cut or wound fciken in time may with awful fists and a wicked eye man maux of St Lawrence island can see to ho held with one brawny Thnn rmoninrr heal quickly but neglected and exposed ho got down to business by asking and gxcni distance and tho marvelous war as any other citizen for any crime which JLToIessor enumeratedAunu ihn Mi hilo his piercinc claneo iwnrolo hand sort of hidden them an cldset he drew from it a no a short tamo a cold may settle in it and in which news is transmitted from the Are von Mark Williams mores face nan committed Wlnln in rirn of indigestion tho peculiarly American T box ol much silver coin nnrl n n most distant painful real v wonderful serious results Well Wliat dye want ftTSrt11 nrwonderTthou8tTls Mnta machine with which he began to workT the xresiacnt coniii i nmui on stomachic vice of hurried eating Good produce Thompsonif not tho Fvannriiit nesitaung reply I suppose so was Iho A native will points istho dress and ap- Â¬ describe Mns charges preferrctl against him any petty perfect digestion might be safd to bTaV You ras do lectio poys pa in Dot vas pearance of a man who is approaching at ooiiBinoro nreatneu hard goot And you run this paper And magistrate might endanger tho peaco of most unknown to tho average American says the best remedy for sleeplessness is rten vant sometings to cat Jane would riiaile nd h ho whispered a great distance A white man even a trapped mi3 wtuiuy o red oU tra Mrr Well kinder run it I suppose some tings to sleep Do lcttlo poy and The XTappcd What with rapid eating lackof sufficient to wet a towel apply it to the back of onia said cang complete And now for tcm k pieced Hut ther w sharp mr so Very well I am Mr And with simple natnralness Carl sleep and want of rest nature had no tho neck pressing it toward the haso of of Lans Â¬ that eyed sailor can just make out wnen not a word wu nldT Tnn mammoth trees of California nro IsoLselcssly ho arose and approached it Ma human figure Soifanvthinjr the brain nnd fasten the dry ing tho man whom pushed aside tho mighty door man en the ladder adequate provision for tho In either pocket were his ono largest known Tho dimensions of expenditure of nervoussuch extraordinary towel over so as to prevent half of tho agely in your columnsyou abused so sav Â¬ occurs on the coast if a piece of wreck tered the cabin threw his pack upon the too rnpid last week tree in tho Tulrc group were acforce Ordinarily comes ashore tho full particulars will pistols exhalation The effect is prompt and No floor and with a sigh of relief dropped lets on and in his hand a pair of brace- Â¬ cording to tho measurements mado by some men swallowed as mnch in ten pleasant cooling the brain nnd his breast bis star At the top Yes I am and I proposo to give yon be known in a short time 1000 miles onto a low bench near the fire minutes as it woidd require tliree fonrths bringing h of the ladder ho paused struck his fool members 0f the Stato geological survey on a sweet slumber Warm water is tho worst mauling a Western slanderer frbm the place whore it occurred It is dot vas goot of an hour to eat and tho result wjis ru J0 feet high against the floor and coughed a wonderftil system of telegraphy ono Debbr forthoa8U Thero nt the base 10 feet in circumfercnco only that they ate too much but not better than cold To all suffering from over received For an instant nnmr flnmi t and 7G feet at a point tho overwork excitement or nnxinlv tliw native rushing off to pass the news to r i 11 wore no o uiucon was a quick stir below Say aro yon really Mr asked another and thus ioou wiiicn tnoy took into their stomachs could speak a back Mr Brico Mr Brico Vas vou twelvo feet above the ground The red speeding intelligence Mark wood tree frequently grows to a height was uiiphyaiologically masticated and remedy must prove a blessing door opened nnd a woman young lithe dero Well thereweyt I uiked and waited Fon burns Lime water olive oil and I am of course lam and while I am Fromuiiuuiui iniics in a single day the stomach given a duty to perform he hemmed and charming entered and with a A half growl from below answered of 300 feet anda diameter of 15 feet aaniiiUIavliue the examination of a book com Â¬ cqwu pam aiP11 lie seeuiel n mnjt tBcommon bashlul I couldnt glance nt the man before her said All The bark of a California tree on exhibi which properly belonged to tho organs A- - V on nt taking off jny coat yon mav trivo me him help but emtle jiKimrauun nese unnatural drafts Good remedies mid ready prepared can your reasons for publishing that slander Â¬ piled 2000 years B C it has been ns this is the peddler Will spoko to mo of tion is thirty hve inches thick What ye want certametl what has long been supposed also bo obtuincd nt any drug store and ous article forces Ho lost his way dear she continued IlhouKhtiMirfBypJoe-Ur-taiMthat driTesa I vas sick Mr Brice T ms m ini The origin of tho game of philopena on natures or latermust nnless checked should be kept constantly in tho house that Chaldea was the parent land of tell sooner I had two reasons sir eoutrwwxy on the general health going to Price and laying her hand upon as nefler vas astronomy for it is found from this I vant a leetle vatcr Mr is said to have been as follows Tho Iho bolting of food was almost universal and in factories where persons are ex Â¬ What aro they lr mlnled rd d him lus arm and Will met him on tho Brice if you please Mr Brice people of Alsace and Lorraino worn for Well in the first place I thought compilation and from other bricks that posed to burns If none of these are in this country and road nnd asked him to stay with us to What the then camo an oath merly under German rule as they now causo in producingsecond to no other handy apply quickly flour and lard yon were a little runt of a man aliont the Babylonians catalogued the stars indigestion night lfs all right The Lie still yo Dutch fooL and Til bring are but while a part of Franco they uso of liquids Keep the wound from exposure four feet high and about dead with the and distinguished and named the con- Â¬ Tho passion died from lost in a great measure tho use of the wrong for tho during a meal was all mixed air face como Thoy observed tho seventh sh- the voice of the woman tho mans Carl yo water DontBrice hero A goal liniment for burns asthma and in the next place I thnnr M stellations reason that it tended to a to the O no Mr thrilled But some vater German language and what they re disuse of the organs of mastication t after tho above application is made of the roads were so infernal bad yon could day as ono of rest TIikt lhis girl and tho boy who had guided nce Gods sake I vas burned tamed becamo corrupt It was an old while plenty of liquid before sun dial to mark the movements of tho twas auch a mm n ere one She was the snvof Oio nine and after three ounces each of tincture of opium never get over here custom among them for young couples meal was The straightforward confesson should heavenly bodies the water clock campnoratea ulet Va1 to gang rock Thero was a moving nlont the room a to engage themselves by eating tho Nothing not only proper but beneficial good salve foroil ana soap liniment A have saved Mark but it didnt The visi Â¬ measure tune and they speak in to however should be taken enfs and burns is one half this So yer a peddler ch said tho host patter of dipper and pail and Price ap- Â¬ halves of double almonds and then to into the stomach tW pound of sweet lard one fourth pound tor made a dive for him took ont almnr work of the spots on the sun a fact thev i advancing an lost yer way Wall salute each other as proached the ladder Densmore breathed well beloved Oonttalktomeof martyrs Debby I know what yer welcome hotter than the blood or colder beeswax one fourth ditto resin beat all ful of hair and when the editor jnmped could only have known bv the aid of to our fire and faro but I u jru telescopes lre gone through ino steps came nearer nearer each time they met The word in Ger than tho atmosphere Unnecessary together till well mixed and put up in through the only window in his office he possessed which it is supposed they tell ye a littlo more ceremony will be they mounted the ladder Ho crouched man was vielliebchen but having for- Â¬ dessert eaten when from observations that ther the appetite was al a tin box or wide mouthed bottle was followed nnd chased into an old have better with Dick Price next time 1 was waiting An instant more and the gotten the meanine of this word thfv noted down of the rising of Venns ready sated was another evil while a Apply to the wound on soft cotton or slashing where he had to remain hidden nigh shakin ye and he smiled grimly bearded face of Price appeared above gradually changed into ulted -phillipo until midnight That incident shaped and tho fact that Layard found a crystal ther wont Carl smiled too childlike and bland tho opening in the floor and his right which sounds like it and phillippina1 ouuiiutuci uuusu OI inaiCPfttlon latr in lint his future policy as he one day ex-Â¬ of Nineveh the growing practice of indnltrine in These To stop bleedinor and said Apply wet tea plained Yaw Tho host and his hand was raised holding a tin cup of bricks contain an account of the del The first meteoric shower which at- Â¬ hearty b o clock dinners The Professor leaves or a paste of flour companion were amused and vineear water nge substantially the same as the nar Â¬ tracted attention in modem times was admitted editorial penis hoirArvHall - -- u u j r i bc03kla neTertl Kithlm hesfondol i w i ium uiuiuiict- uii Wheres the boy asked Price it nrt nnorr--j imri leverIhe I have mado it an rulefired big rative in the Bible Thmr fK l Here Dutch vvore cursed but of business men such lui ceriiun a for the a eitln too ne went to the barn replied tho take care of heres yer drink hard in that witnessed by the Moravian mission- classesof trade people etc as bankers i age tightly above tho wound as to last thirty years not to abuse a man un- Â¬ houses and lands were then sold aries in Greenland in 1799 This phe board leased a noonday make the knot press hard rro ntatmeeUnSanday I dont find woman as she busied herself preparing Carl 8 arm was outstretched but as nomenon was ouserveu over a wide ex Â¬ dinner would oracticallv S rv less I think I can lick him in a rouh and mortgaged that money was loaned nmnnnt tr rv ra nrnn tha mpm i nti the evening meaL Ho was too tired to he touched the dipper there came a tent of territory Humboldt then travel T uiiui a pny- - and tumble fight around the editorial at interest and that the market garden-Â¬ isti1s 11 f k 5decirfjfyla UUrS hecantn0Te i ln- - eat and will not be could cat a siaan can be summoned H an sharp click and the handcuff closed ingin South America in to night ers to use an American phrase worked Free Press Toward hearty dmner in PfPwho of the dav lee is cut elevate it so that th arm or room the midtUe Carl was sure now that that woman and about tho wrist of the coiner and at tho the morning of Novembersaid on shares that the farmer when plow Â¬ 13 a most ex- Â¬ and who were in tho habit of retiring gravity will aid in Ad Debby when oa see how foolish a man In boy were one restraining the flowof same moment the cold muzzle of a traordinary scene of shooting stars was early an evening S lor can act with his oxen begailed his labor was ou Crushed Truth in a Rising Attitude ing homely songs two of Ym nt hare scch a high opinion of Mm and thata A plain butplentiful supper was served heavy Colts revolver pressed against his seen Thousands of bodies and falling inadvisable for tha dinner tho whollv blood instead of accelemtino- it with which have reason t fl stop bleeding at the nose bathe the feet A strangerj whoso whole appearance ueeu 4 nmtu uie peauier ana ins host forehead and the voice of tho detective stars succeeded each other during four 1 this Tery in hot water P littl0 time for digestion some cayenne making at tho same time was a dead giveaway on his empty pock- Â¬ mote iouna ana connectthe usages re- Zidtal looi tteDr Sptlng weather mebbe lla arew uelore the open fire with theiri hissed in his very ear hours Their direction was very Coffee dnnkine was dniv lnrratni of Erttin warm you know tea Sometimes a piece ets entered an office in Exhange place to day civilization with pipes Naturally tho conversation Not a sound or Til kill yon Up from north to south from theregular hnth neecUcs ftu Jl mmrions to Uood by Im goln tu Unde Jothams to etar a week begin- Â¬ health of paper or cloth folded to several thick- - and asked turned upon trade and DutcJsavi with your other hand ning of the shower there was not a space vwiiu iu wo uireouons innirnfjrt hcssph nnrt untni ntni in Do I look Igf tMaW gary about to Tid GarfleM rim Timt ii i willingly tola of lus success 1 he man was fairly caught and he in the firmament equal in extent to the oDiy remed for the and placed between tho upper lij three ZZLfF snowedilie silver which he knew itTThe color fled from Mr Virnn1 aiameiers oi tne moon which was and sail for India f yr Wattfrrson was in-- CoTurrp with nqf geaAmeneiljndigestion jaw pressed up as far as it iU isawHaVHaaalasaaBH reply jm ffijECOINEBS OF KANSAS j reuce the follow- hned a cold sweat filled every instant with bcKHe2fiS4firT Tk Al pleto bfjufiran nponhis brow the stars viIIp Courier- left fTu 52E I THE HICKMAN Tlo Oldest t Vnir5jriT7k vtBypHaJF f mnmtfl X iJ l i -- aii -- wo ESTABLISHED I yi PtYy -- zi7ir HICKWANFiJLTON COUNTY KENTljiKy FRIDAY DECEMBER nm VOl33tt NO r S YerrtiteiI12tmnV t k M T IrWmtexterlenrtor t3 e 1F nI0 J- JS w lSrink 6dat J2Q die9ill l - Ws rrar nfg1 -- 4 r r -- - y lljjJVIey i fe3wgttriEF IJH vl0011 atta i TJ h y-c- -s i1 Â¬ Â¬ S3LgSF -- J 1 - Â¬ m AJirj TSJr SJiT li1 X - lnrltntd dlmi fr inni - IffjSIfv f8 rteh4Lioll0tbJ1aa i818 - - I Â¬ rT5 1 I ii tna - ut I ag5 GarSJI Ueii5iiiiihelil fcrWAtVAMll xxi7itirLiisr AA OCIM1U lOUJ aro and shortly after the remonetization of silver counterfeit- lngTccciveda wonderful impetus and the West and South especially were flocked with bogus coin Thelargc floating population and the wHdernefis of the border country ren dreitnctask of Hnearthing the coiners a hBrdione but after several seasons pf peraiaftMfiaid stealthy work the United aRpJJettive Service became Batisfied nypHae location of at leastionegang of the Sharps and Jack Densmore an pcedj agent was instructed to nstttheMftte Kansas ingratiate him- Â¬ self idfjiiihif counterfeiters and learn of teirTttdgidhabite-i- u danrojjfl one bgt tfcwfciaH selected to petfpjrra iad JfaCetl SlgerJQidcven4 satjt idoofteh amdng jernjcritpinaw u aeeiiata momesK aSlppencd that upon a certain ymeiaber evening Densmore dsB- rtBKTJR Dutch peddler dropped frow4nesrestward bonnd train on the little station of Black For a moment ho retreating cars then broken English inquired it excited Oh you vas TftWvili tinned nrnmininrT tho sninl pass fc It may pass but its counterfntall the sanio said Price Tm sure of it VYelL neffer mind Its good enough for me said the peddler with a smilo I only vish I had a tousand dollaramit Wall foohVJfe leaned RU tettfcjjftfsre enough and with a shudder andajgroan he allowed the handcuffs to be clasped about his other wrist And now go down without noiso too said Densmore or Price obeyed and as he turned upon the floor below tho detective was at his side iwn rTvvrr xibu mo deep eyes oi tne ac- - themwl icirlaated seven -- or- - g g wtfc onds - A 5JTt 3tantial tne oneci ye could get it said Price resuming his pipe I heard a feller say to day that thar war lots o it around Py schimminy I vould like to get it said his companion It vas goot effery I reckon Sit there and ho pointed toward tho table with your back to tho door Again the coiner obeyed bowing his head upon his hands Thea Densmore crept to the trap closed dt and shot the heavy liolts Without raising his head Prico whispered Â¬ 3Rara stuff said Price in a low tone but he lives a mile from here Ye could buy it o him I reckon For how much said Carl Oh may be one half returned the other I cant say Its bad stuff to deal with ye know and never touch varelgo T I known fellerwhats gof someof tho 5JPithe reranon-agentthe-route fjfcifeirirjJ directions and in the night A moments consultation with tho wo- Â¬ gtoHJmfcJDensmore disappeared folman uy every house from here to low and Price calledupthe peddler to and ril hia pack Carl picked WildwootUlr muttered he when out of hearing it Pll nd Prices Thats climbed the ladder that led into the loft the name Price And when thats There was a shake downon tho floor Thar Its not the finest bed room foandjDok out If I can capture Dick in the world but yoll sleep said Price Pnor5yfanes made Good night At 9 oclQjir Carl for so he called laughing Good night returned CarL himself jsoneht shelter at a settlers The other disappeared Densmore roadside and paid for a supper lodging and breakfast with heaved a sigh Its hard work playing Dutch ho gaudy lace At noon ho paused again toTeat aiid trade and again many times muttered Then ho opened his pack and from it during the afternoon Before night he bad beard tho name of Price and be drew two heavy revolvers a bowie knife torVsight too several pieces of counter- Â¬ three pairs of handcuffs and tho star of feit ODia had been passed upon him the United States Secret Service I may have work before morning Â¬ Heiwas nearing his game and these aro good bedIX was a little after sundown and with thought he j weary tread Densmore was climbing up fellows Ho removed his coat blew out tho along hill Where tho struggling road was ninged with bushes and woods candle and lay down his mind busy when a step startled him and a moment with the events of tho day and in form Â¬ ing somo plan for the morrow Jater a slender hoy was at his side said i How you vas littlea feller noight tho While thus engaged the sound of a Dose vas nice door stealthily opened attracted his detective Tes sir said the youth looking at attention and a moment later he heard Where are you going him sharply mons voices below Quietly leaving Ids O I vas goin to sell de bed he crept to a knot hole in the floor Bohf T6 tings is mine pack I vas goin to git and listened But the peddler Mch and the peddler chuckled It was the womans voice Np I mean to night Whero aro you replied Priced Never mind him This said the boy going to stay apparently ad- Â¬ ho continued Ned woods hero road stops up in the dressing tho new comer weve a cus- Â¬ Densmore paused peddler and De road stops Pyschimminy Den tomer up stairs a Dutch bring him to dot road got himself lost at de las turn ho wants four hundred Ill in fro I fought dis road wenttaverndeso voods yeThetho morning aHell buy Press Â¬ door opened second timo hey to de place you calls de floor Densmore O you mean Wildwood Tavern ing his face close to tho see and could hear found Thats over that way and the boy Three that ho looking both roughly dressed sharp five pointed into the darkness Its men entered miles from here all here said Price in a low sighed poor Carl tone Ha That is good I want half a Py schimminy five miles I nefler get dere to night thousand o tho queer to night for we sleep mit dese woods and he began to kin send to the Tavern to morrow and Hspsck his strap the chap up above wants some Did you t Tho pay eyed him again sharply bring the dies Bray No you neednt sleep Then he said Tho man addressed shook his head live at the end of this in the woods I havent been home an jest como oad Come with me You can stay at from Elkhorn Send Nettie My old our house I guess woman will give em to her Ah dotvasagoodpoysaidDutchy Price turned to the girL Dot vas nice nnd I get some gladly Are you afraid to go Net too dont it eupper she laughed and touched Afraid reckon replied the boy her bosom just drawing the butt of a Beshouldering his pack the two con Â¬ pistol into sight afraid Dick You tinued to follow the road tha youth lead know better nor that half a mile further on a cabin j ing until Wall then my gal if ye go to Brays appeared in tne snaaows an git the dies it will help us for while Â¬ Yon mean two dollars for one will give two Pyschimminy hundred tollars for four and get myself rich cried the peddler Price smiled ornre But how kin ye pay for it wood Tavern Never mind I know said Carl vas what you call sthrange mit dis I Show me do fellow what got it to sell part do koundry said tho peddler und pay him mit I it smiling ijMltt a frient or mine up do Wall said tho host rising I find fco to Vildwood Tavern nnd him for ye in the mornin Do you want joi goo is in aos Kounary to turn in x don t reckon you U hy Turn in e but 1 ken tell you the Go tcr bed ter sleep I mean rflW Oh yaw I was tired myself oud to-Â¬ Westerner gave thorough it I One half I fl- neaWV -- ywiw Sin osjjif TheyllBmother They must run their chance re Â¬ plied Densmore coldly So saying ho crept near tothe cabin door nnd waited Ho must havo tho woman thespy the last andhest of all tlio gang The moments passed tho hour was drawing to a close and he detective listened with bated breatbjfor his coming victim when suddenly without a sound the door opened and Nettie entered As she did so Densmore stepped forward and would have laid his hand upon her shoulder but in a singlo glance the girl comprehended all and with a wild shriek she sprang from him the dies dropping from her arms as she did so while Price started from his seat and joined her And then again the detective found himself facing his enemies one of them now armed for the woman had drawn a pistol But there was no struggle With nerves tense as steel and a deadly light in the clear blue eyes Carl levelled his heavy weapons one at each of the figures before him and in low cool tones said Up with your hnnds In the name of tho national government I arrest you -- Senator Mahonc Every newspaper reader has heard of Ho is tho leader Mahonc of Virgina of tho Iteiuljusters and the biggest man in tho State While Mahono is a big man in influ- Â¬ ence he is a small man in stature small- Â¬ er even than Alexander H Stephens and weighs less than 100 pounds He has the frame of a woman but the will of a giant or at least such as a giant ought to have in proportion to his size In his movements he is quick and nerv- Â¬ ous Ho is about five feet three inches high has a largo finely shaped head aron gray hair and beard gray eyes and heavy eyebrows dresses plainly and is born in Virginia nnd for that reason ex- Â¬ erts ah influence that one occupying his position but bom outside of the State never could His education was largely obtained at the Virginia Military Insti- Â¬ tute a scholarship in which ho won in a competitive examination He started in the business of life as a chain carrier in a railroad engineer corps From that humble position ho gradually roso to tho Presidency of a lailroad company and at one time controlled a system of railroads from Norfolk to the Missis Â¬ sippi Ho was n General in the Con- Â¬ federate army and Gen Bobert E Lee is reported to have said that I would rather havo him his judgment sagacity and executive ability than any General I have I I should retire from theÂ¬ command of tho army I should recomMahone mend Mahono for my place was the author and executor of tho plan to blow up Grants fortifications around Petersburg of which city ho is now a resident Cincinnati Commer- Â¬ aboutJ52 yeara old Mahone is a self made man Ho was nouses Oi otwosteam eneines maintained by tho joint subscriptions of the foreign insurance companies who havo agencies here and are interested in property in Japan and a number of old fashioned hand engines belonging to the Japanese Government nnd managed by natives from tho fire guard to the for- Â¬ eign settlement and native town of Yo-kohama Tho Hong Kong Firo Insn- rance Company being an English house provide their volunteers with uniforms of English pattern brass helmets for tho officers head is also recommended If bleeding continues despite tho effortst check it summon a physician at once Sometimes tho ailment proves fatal Betrayed by the Trulh Tho very amiable and worthy occu- Â¬ pant of tho position of British Vico Consul at a port in tho far East had often expressed to his American fcllow residents his great desir to visit their countrv nnd moke himself familiar with somo of its institutions His ideas of tho West had been formed from a perusal of the works of Cooper and it is to bo feared that his interlocutors had pur- posely abstained from disturbing his Bomownat nigniy coiorea expectations Finally a furlough came to him and ho made ready to carry out his cherished plan of a trip homo by the way of the Pacific ocean and tho United States In- Â¬ troductions were given him to trusty Eractical jokers in San Francisco which on arrival with expressions of vehement desire to encounter Indians and hunt buffaloes This ho was told would be easy as both abounded in tho neighborhood of the Cliff House and in the peaceful and prosaic suburb of Oak- Â¬ land An expedition was planned and JiontmgjSarms Sag V9BaaU al - CKg j Â¬ and black leather helmets trim- Â¬ med with brass for the men blue flan Â¬ nel shirts faced with red corduroT trous- Â¬ ers top boots and a belt with a hatchet and spanner on either sido The relief men wear the American fire hat and red flannel shirt but in other respectB their dress is the same as the Victoria At the sound of tho alarm bell the steam en- Â¬ gines aro not long in reaching the scene of a fire and the steady streams from their hose as a rule soon have a very por ceptiblo effect on the flame though at times tho men hnve to work unremitting- Â¬ ly from night till morning and when at last the fire is extinguished the tired vol- Â¬ unteers draw the engine back to their houses nnd retire to the rest they have so fairly earned by their labors After the steam engines are drawn off the Japs are left to play on the smouldering ruins with their hand engines which though al- Â¬ most useless when a fire is at its height are sufficiently powerful to keep it from breaking out again The Japanese po- Â¬ licemen though brave and quick enough are absolutely worthless at a firo They jabber and shout like a parcel of monkeys struck suddenly mad give orders whero they have no right to interfere and chop at windows and doors with their hatchets destroying property unnecessarily whero in most cases it should be saved with no other damage than would be caused by the water pumped from the engine Tho uniform of tho Japanese policemen like that of all government officials is of for- Â¬ eign pattern and is made of navy blue cloth faced with yellow their caps something of tho same shape as a navy cap havo a yellow band sewed around them and a brass chrysanthemum the crest of the Emperor is fastened just above tho peak At somo of tho fires three or four hundred houses are burned to tho ground and as many poor families left homeless Exchange Â¬ 1 wnya ifllfcii India nnd ask you for aoinall donation You wouldnt havo riven me a cent would you No sir Thats plump and it pleases me Now then Ill tell you the truth Ivo no money nothing to do dont want work expect to havo a close rub this winter and will be much obliged for the loan of 10 cents uiaung missionary riiivmin uyjm alxkiiil kKt WRSk ing a tedious document and to amust those who happened to lw wedged with in a narrow compass with a speculative Cabinet for Mr Hayes Ho took a bit of paper and a pencil and divided tho country into geographical districts He then inserted in each its appropriate member of tho Cabinet Thus Secretary of State tho mono ton V ivhilrf tho f hrk wax Trail I Not even truth No Cant spare it sir when I tell you the Secretary of the Treasury GeojF Educxds Secretary of -- Â¬ Â¬ catlEe Quick as counterfeiters The last word was addressed to tho woman for in her eyes too there gleamed a dangerous light but before tho detective could stay her tho pistol was turned thero rang out a sharp re-Â¬ port and from her side thero welled the bright blood splashing tho wooden floor nn TrithTmoanintr crv she tottered andfell Price half catching herin his shackled arms as she sank Onlv once she spoke Better this than a prison Dick And to die with you love Then came a fluttering sigh and sho was gone An hour later Densmore stood before the United States Commissioner at Wild- wood and delivered his prisoner Two hours later a poso of officers secured the i UIUU4P cial More Spanish Than Skunk -- their cellar furnace day tho detective alono stood by tho the bravest open gravo of poor Nottio and prettiest criminal he had ever he said and heard tho dull known sound of tho clods as they fell upon her coffin Then ho turned eastward again his duty done Tho coiners of Kansas were no more came from it Churches as Savings Banks nuu nciD uitttu uuu uutu ituui iir fm room and the next t a 1 ii j articles published in the Chicago papers from various writers trying to prove that Chicago was named after a skunk none of which did 1 Vlaf anv confidence in for I could at spook tte Indian language as ono glish betUjrUianlcouid the now find tho I camo following on page 34 of the Pictorial History of the American Revolution in regard to Hernando Do Soto in 1540 It appears that he had just had a great battlo with the Indians at Mobile de-Â¬ stroying 2000 yf them and losing forty- iwooi ins own men anu mat on tne bturn1ea entered tho provmco of Chicazo whero he remained all winter Hod another fight with tho Indians and lost forty men more Then what does this prove It proves that as early as 1510 thero was a prov- Â¬ ince five days march north of Mobile called Chicazo and I presumo it extend Â¬ ed as far north as tho northern lakes and that tho name of our city Chicago I hive ireaLmany lftSfcf TT French Way of Washing Clothes A system of washing clothes in vogue in some French towns is worthy of special mention Its economy is so great as to greatly reduce the cost Two pounds of This is tho process soap is reduced with a little water to pulp warmed I I I Thero are in tho city threo penny sav Â¬ ings banks in connection with churches Thoy belong to St Andrews St James and All Saints Tho banks receive any amount from 2 cents upward but do not encourage the depositing of large sums the object in view being to promote habits of economy among the poorer classes Trustees and officers have been appointed for each bank the former being responsible for all moneys The bank is kept open every received Saturday evening from 7 to 9 A com- Â¬ mittee of twelve manage the institution giving their services gratuitously Any amount from 2 cents upward may bo per cent interest being al- Â¬ deposited lowed on every even dollar from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal Â¬ i Toronto Qlobe j Oveb 2000000 worth of dried yeast was imported by Great Britain in the year 1879 Tho word Chicazo is evidently Span Â¬ ish nnd when spelled with tho English pronunciation combined with tho In- Â¬ dian wo havo Chicago Do Soto was evidently as brave and gallant a gentlo man as ever trod American sou Ho was always dreaming of finding old in tho western wilds of America and also the elixir ot life tho El Dorado of per- Â¬ petual youth Gold was long sinco dis- Â¬ covered in California and now perhaps this new late great mineral discovery in Texas is De Sotos elixir of life It docs appear that Chicago is moro Spanish than skunk Cor Chicago Inter Ocean The New Zealanders are destroying their forests in a manner so reckless that contain there is a fear not only of a scarcity of timber but that tho climate will soon bo If you want to bo sure youre right changed for the worse young man work yourself into a tower- Â¬ ing passion and nobody can convince you that you ever made a mistake or said II x uv 4UU AJUUXV UUVUi OUiJIU again t askea the school teacher a wrong thing in your life But then Maybe suggested the boy at the you 11 have to keep in a rage all the time foot of the class because he joined yWUttta tho Red Ribbon Club Murdette lffatJlta which having been slightly is cooled in ten gallons of water to which is added one spoonful ot turpentino oil and two spoonfuls of am- Â¬ monia then tho mixture is agitated The water is kept at a temperature which can bo borne by tho hand In this solution the white clothes are pnt in and left there for two hours before washing them with soap taking caro in tho meantime to cover tho tub Tho solution may bo warmed again and used onco more but it will bo necessary to add a half spoonful of turpentino and another spoonful of ammonia Once washed with soap tho clothes are put in hot wuter and the bluo is applied This process it is obvious saves much time much labor and fuel while it gives to the clothes a whiteness much superior to that obtained by any other process and tho destructive use of the washboard is not necessary to clean tho clothes from the impurities which they carried out and the British brother armed to the teeth performed great practica- Â¬ deeds in the encounter with ble Indians and buffaloes fiirnished it was whispered by a theater and a cir- Â¬ cus or menagerie Exulting in the praise of his American friends and covered with glory ho departed for New York and England His fame stood him in good stead at dinners and other so- Â¬ cial gatherings during his entire vaca Â¬ tion preceded him on his return to his post and made him quito a hero amon his fellow exues 2o American could find it in his heart ta disturb it and all might have gone well to this day had he only confined himself to his character One day of amateur Leatherstocking however a countryman of his came to a Yankee aad denounced this hero said he Just think of that M trying to sell us ByJovo I never heard in all my life you know such atrocious stories as ho has been telling us What do you think ho tried to make us believe It is all very fine to have shot Indians and buffaloes Of course you know where there are so many as there are in San Francisco and New Hampshire and Niagara and all those places a plucky fellow might do that But he has tried to make us be- Â¬ lieve the most extniordinary story that you have ever heard about your conn try you know Hosays that ho went to a place called Chicago and he went to draw some money from a bank and found that thoy had raised it up and were moving it with all tho fellows in Â¬ side you know going on with their work I say just fancy tho cheek of tho fellow supposing ho could mako us beliove thatl Alas the one true story which the poor Consul told had proved his undoing Harpers Magazine Â¬ Then you dont care whether I lie or tell the truth No sir I cant see how it affects mo any Very well It does me good to find a frank honest man and on the whole Im not disappointed If you had lent me a dime it would have gone for whisky and been wasted if you had believed me I should have lied to you Seems as if you might recommend me to some one in the block on whom a pleasant lie would have effect but I wont press the matter Aurevoir Wall Street Daily News Remedy for Diphtheria N Shishkin Minister of Russia to the United States sends the following to the Now York Herald There is no harm at this time of year in reproducing the remedy for diphthe- Â¬ ria used in Rtusia from the Russian the Nary Jon Attorney General Thompsott Postmaster General Pick ScctrUry of War Hiuux M EtXsts J E JoiisaTO the Interior Cabi SCHUBZ- aWUcCxAXT Secretary ox JI inet Did Garfield name them caao lYibune Five of the seven were in Hayes Cab- Â¬ Chi His Honor Stepping into tho office of a lawyei who prefixes Hon to liis namo Jones was informed by the clerk Mr Blank was talking of going to New York Very likely his honor has gone Nc doubt of it said Jones as ho closed the no doubt of it if ha ever had door any In view of the increase of diphtheria in several places of the State of New York I hasten to communicate to you for publicity a very simple remedy which having been used in Germany and Russia may prove effective here Ont of several others Dr Letzerich who mado extensive experiments in the application of this remedy has used it in twenty seven cases eight of which were of very serious nature all of which had a favorable result except in one case when tho child died from a complication of diseases For children of 1 year he prescribes the remedy for internal use every one or two hours as follows Natr benzoic pur 50 solv in nq distillat 3q menth piper ana 400 syr cort nur 100 For children from 1 to 3 years old he prescribed it from 7 to 8 grammes for 100 grammes of distilled water with same sirup for children of 3 to 7 years ho prescribed 10 to 15 grammes and for grown per- Â¬ sons from 15 to 25 grammes for each 100 Beside this he uses also grammes with great success the insufflation on the diphtherial membrane through a glass tube in serious cases every three hours in light cases threo times a day of tuo nair oenzoic pniver tor grown peoplo ho prescribes for gargling a dilu- Â¬ tion of 10 grammes of tliis pulver for 200 grammes of water Tho effect of the remedy is rapid After twenty four or thirty six hours the feverish symptoms disappear completely and tho tempera- Â¬ ture and pulse become normal This remedy was also used with the same success by Dr Brahom Braun and Prof Klebs in Prag Dr Senator in Cassel and several others in Russia and Ger- Â¬ many Â¬ Minister Sound and Sease Tho following is an illustration of pro- Â¬ nunciation and spelling in the use of wrong words which have the same pro- Â¬ nunciation as the right words and which properly read would soun The story A rite suite little buoy the sun of a grate kernal with a rough about his neck fine up the rode swift- - as eh dear After a thyme he stopped at a gnu house and wrung tho belle His tow hurt hymn and ho kneaded wrest He was two tired to raise his fare pail face A feint mown of pane rows from his lips The made who herd the belle was about to pair a pare but she through it down anal ran with all her mite for fear her guessed wood not weight Butt when she saw the little won tiers stood in her eyes at Ewe poor deer Why duo the site Are yew dyeing yew lye hear Know he said lam feint to theo corps She boar him inn her arms as she aught too a room where he mite beo quiet gave him bred and meet held cent under his knows tide his choler rapped hi warmly gave him somo suite drachm from a viol till at last he went fourth hail as a young hoarse His eyes shown his cheek was as read as a flour and he gambleda hole our right -- The competition for the proposed monument to Victor Emmanuel has been thrown open to sculptors of all na- Â¬ tions Tho cost when completed is not to exceed 1800000 Three prizes of 6000 and 81000 are to be 810000 given respectively to the authors of the three best models these models to re- Â¬ main the property of the State ceived a bequest of 10000 for the edu- Â¬ cation of needy students intending to be- Â¬ come clergymen - Habvabd Divinity School has just re- Â¬ gentleman in London in order to acquire tho English language has just married Mile Santonta a young lady with a dow- Â¬ ry of 250000 and the eldest daugh- Â¬ ter of the Marshal is about to marry tha brides brother who has a similar fort- Â¬ une A lady wants to know why the rail- Â¬ road companies do not provide special cars for tobacco chewera as well as for Bless her innocent heart to-Â¬ smokers The Eastern publishers have contrib- Â¬ bacco chewers are not so particular as uted nearly 4000 volumes for n public that An ordinary passenger car is good library at the new settlement at Rugby enough for tbTm Tenn son who has lately been residing with a The Spanish Marshal Serranos eldest me lTofllograph Another measuring instrument is do scribed in the French papers the prc so called uecanse when in filograph use it traces mechanically on paper the outlines of tho ground over which it travels It is a small carriago mounted on two wheels drawn by one man and attended by another who marks tho levels at tho proper places and under-Â¬ neath hangs an iron rod with a largo ball at its lower end serving as a pen Â¬ This pendulum maintains a dulum constant vertical position while tho ma Â¬ chine inclines in one direction or tho other according as it ascends or de- Â¬ scends a slope To the upper end of the rod is fitted a pencil which marks on a sheet of paper the ups and downs of the country traversed whether on an ordinary road or across trackless fields the exact profile being thus recorded to a given scale At tho same time ono of the wheels acting tho part of chain bearer measures and indicates the distances traveled throughout the survey the whole being accomplished with com-Â¬ plete accuracy Â¬ 4l fja 4m W8i -- sNSai -- - 1 iTi--L- o zL iT n FACTS FOB THE CTJBI0US H rcBLisnxD xmx rxmar nr GEORGE WARKEN nicKMAX KT BUILDING BTBTB mmKTtiF m m W wr 71 1 OFFKERBMZE CLINTON STREET HICKMAN To Oltlest Newspaper i 3B -- W a AUEBasrEaitor t COURIER DECEMBER YOL raw jju tXiliRirtI Arit of N years aero Shakspeahe uses more different words than any other writer in the English language Writers on the statistics of 17 1880 3CVI IT J2 words inform us that he uses about HIKERTA I It TT BWrArPODCTKEUT 15000 different words in his plays and fi0U8e are coining I will stay on watch 1ld th8 nSTat uuor ann Ill ran fiaen BITS OF INF0R3LVTI0X sonnets while there is no other writer Food and Digestion iu mo J1linill1tho hundred we ran yesterday r THE FAMILY DOCTOR Aa Editors Reasons father and ho disappeared toward tha ie 11 bo back m an hour who uses so many as 10 000 Some few ofesspr Hawkcs in a lectnro before To loaki t rtidot Kind K t wont ton yen K Tiie meaning of tho word amen is ho a The pionefer editors of Michigan were writers use as many as 12000 words but thoAvomann pin-A jhcb wash for the delicate skin of Yes dear cal TjEtstitnte of t belt It was introduced from the Jow ionlrpl v- the great majority of And throwing a xMttvy1 cmIl UT nd onr folks eei Th-Densmore - C S0me PalpaWe instances Hifants w maplo a frank and truthful lot of men as can iS X Taiabout her lsltinto iio races v a jonsr low f0-- and incasing her heavy cloak deep hood A D the Christian church about 390 S iSSNdlentxBllta attending the twigs Put made by obtaining in and proven by aafccident called to mind be ploy more than 8000 writers do not em- Â¬ In conversation a small lump of alum in head in a thtt be1 Ur h rtre t0 PP strongly lnaltf with cmnllr SsISS7 BaITrith the twigs Wash the tender connection wjfe the name of Mark Wil-Â¬ but from 3000 to 5000 different words of brairi nutriment in differ v ve r burred Wl thq girl opened the door and disappeared TlTTS flrinlr imnnn as punch was liams who gate up his life for a better aro used places with this in lieu of water peisoaa HelVaifcln cilh theeTenia- ahadders set In oqd John Sherman for instance LiHT vr aK0l lD lilgllU that lhtrpducedmfo Europe from the East J euiaIr Ly the city oIDublia Thede rrioe turned to tho gang Colds in the hid are aj ways in order one not long ago Mark had a paper in trathsof Clinton County It was a wee little families averaging fivo there are 24000 uuje jjvib ku uuiow nr Tin nnri nrenare between yAngio indians atissome dato members A bad hole jot hes tho chief 1716 And 17G0 tTnlri Weaver 01 specie resumption OOmeOnArrpnnTnmoTifla o An shoefwith a hundred subscribers printed areeacnxmngin a single room who so named It if I the rcstotliometaL Tlf staf Sere an from thoHmdoo wordanfeoi with access to the u attended to promptly a teaspoonful of The And then Us talk was the handiest Jway and Persian lmprorin ha made the when Jfet comes in with the dies well pani because v the idea pulveriaed borax dissolved in a pint of poorly rapiedithat the office was so death ratoofthecityis 40 per 1000 stroy tho pang doctrine- pittait consists of five in Â¬ JtfftfU several different which isequivalent to 60 per 1000 in and plenty of them hot water when tepid snuff some up the And wteo 4eM Wnt a moral al wajs looked straight coin I want a mahtitoh made were 0D man became VBepublic wHtAlary Jane nZhlaith jwolntomto Bucceed or wore Almost out full load ho me aliit gredientsteawhicli when flrstand lemon aostrik twoor threo times a day oriiso fonts of typoiad to be used to setup tho the tenement house districts These Here giTe arrack water sugar y mVed toTOrf t118 Ono day the paper two facts the enormous SpJaPBnottwTWB known aaaDem--- v tho dry powdered bbrsE like saufL reading rattfer As ho ceased speaking he seized a JIUC9 Tho gtVa snch silly number of famii 6henEana famous Vauxhall punch was uucn lhat no one dor came out witka erceattack on a State lies hvmgin a single d8hU T0ted f Andrew- Jackson taking a piach as of tenv W heavy iron bar and thrust it beneath tho tin admixture of room and thehigh As he raised his hand to knock required arrack brandy 8UKar official at Laasing He was called a death rate prove Batjlawtthemen cant fool me Debby lt Isnt digestion was involuntary and it hearthstone Tho others joined hands Iemon jmco nnd water that the horrors and finddenlv onenn1 sense they lore r or raiB A i u uiarrnea were net an-- solutioH et wounds andiores Surgeons- roDDeriiar saiel and various other epi dangers of Irish distress have not hm with him and with desperate effort tho 7JZwl heavily beardcd carbolic acid and pure glyc- thete and so pairis was spared tty skin Tho President of tho United States fafeilwj attendanta of indigestion rU roar efiEs ml Vi t ntiii BlUUU boforo Ita five slowly raised tho great stono Beexaggerated These faunilies of five V-of both enne mixed In equal parts and l J- 1- mftnwitn skfll andennnimr in neath j cannot sors mental and T njHPr4ni shut up each in it appeared a door sectirecl by high bo arrested If ho commits any ers ijttweaffected physical The think Â¬ on soit wai or linen cloth fMio applied him and han his hide on the fence o nnrt o n ilia in i mi wiun n lrominitjmittliiil km -- v -- j About a wcek free tiiafc date Mark sat forsupport npon a singlo room depend crime or misdemeanor ho can lo with mnntjil inroaieninc niv xneso uoinir shot IUU uuiis 7 couraeo in hm j to7Ciui11c 111i - onrrv D uuks iLwkaatt r JnAi i1 t di rcfprepared can also bo bought Bmokmjt bpfcKleaea and tobacco mixed liiglisn shillings wages of from 10 to 17 iu a week aii and tho trap mised Aaa Tnnnto think for them with mpntal nave some uteres Itis wise to nl wave m eqnarpi3wlienn stranger entered cethe cart bo rcmovcdT P seen t xiie four strnnoror Tub ease with which the Esqui Â¬ l iium omce AlpaahbT kind of remedy on hand as a He was a big broad shouldered man diarrhea exhibiting itself wherever they Alter removal from office Bekaaheapenther roulh a lnilnt Hickenng carrying a lantern and Price droppeci nP maux of St Lawrence island can bad cut or wound fciken in time may with awf nl fists and a wicked eye can and a great distance and tho marveloussee to luuo urawny nailll the door behind them Then opening a ho any bo arrested and tried the samo wcro afflicted with n rush nt ti on Yrri jtE- way as Willie lllS picrcinc rrlnnnn other citizen for any crimo which Professor enumerated as the chief cause heal quickly but neglected and exposed ho got down to business by asking sort of hidden closet he drew from it n Ko i ii UT 3V a - ue mores face in which news is transmitted from the vto nai r he had committed whilo in office H of indigestion tho necnlinrlv imnrtn a short tirno a cold may settle in it and y J v iuiua tf lliuuiis box ol much silver coin nnl n mii So Del really wonderful Well u anjTronderl thought Ms hints tho President conld bo nrrcsted on stomachic vico of hurried eating Good produce painful if not serious results What dye want I suppose so was Tho most distant points istho dress machine with which ho liegan to work A nativo will describe mHKaa Mns Thompson in Om nnniWi and ap- Â¬ charges preferred against him any petty perfect digestion might be aafd to bo at nesitnung reply d leetI Densmoro breathed hard JfYlVaS Dot Tas pearance of a man who is approaching at says the And you run this paper Ad goot j want sometings Pato eat and Jane woaW sesi Trapped ho whisrcreilfrnnit magistrate might endanger tho pcaco of most unknown to tho average American to wet a best remedy for sleeplessness is nd he a great distance A white man even a SS towel apply it to the back of Well kinder run it I suppose some tings to sleep Do IctUo poy tho country What with rapid eating lackof sufficient Conld ylaiu gueaei that they were said Thocang complete And now for work sharp eyed sailor can just make out courting so Very wclL I am Mr of Lans Â¬ when not a word was aaldr Aui yritli simple naturalness Carl Tun mammoth trees of California nro sleep and want of rest nature had no the neck pressing it toward tho base of Noiselessly ho arose and approached thatitisahumanfignre pushed aside tho mighty door man en- Â¬ the ladder tho largest known Tho dimensions of adequate provision forsuch extraordinary tho brain and fasten the dry half of tho ing tho man whom you abused so sav Â¬ occurs on the coast if a So if anvthintr It all In sadden Twas Wcdnceday piece of wreck tered the cabin threw his pack upon tho pistols and in either pocket were his ono tree in tho Tnlro group were ac- expenditure of nervous force Ordinarily towel over so ns to prevent too rapid agely in your columns last week comes ashore tho full particulars his hand a pair of braceexhalation No The effect is prompt and floor jid with a sigh of relief dropped lets on will cording to tho measurements mado by somo men sn allowed ns mnch in ten pleasant his breast his star At the top j nnrn n inn cooling tho brain nnd bringing Yes I nm and I proposo to give you be known in a short time 1000 miles minutes ns it would require tliree fonrths utii near me nre Ah or the ladder ho paused struck his foot members of the State geological survey on a sweet slumber Warm water is the worst mauling a Western slanderer irom tho place whore it occurred dot xa goot of an hour to ent and tho resnlt wyis not 2G feet high 10l feet ir circumference against the a wonderful system of tolegraphy It is better than cold To There over received For an instint auger flamed in Price s was a quick floor and coughed ono Jt the base and 70 feet at a point only that they ate too much but tho overwork excitement all suffering from stir below native rtuhinir Say aro yon really Mr fae hut before ho could speak a back or anxiety this asked another nnd off to nus tha ioou wiucu tnoy took into their stomachs twelvo feet above tho ground The Mr Bnco Mr Brico thus speeding intelligence Vas you Mnrk treo frequently grows to a height was unphysiologically masticated and remedy mast prove n blessing door opened nnd a woman young litlio dere X on burns and KtiM he bfmmed uuu tho stomach given a duty to perform I nm of conro lam and whiln T nm over hundreds of miles in a single day Lime water olive oil and of 300 feet anda diameter of 15 feet liESiTOIwhnSf A half crowl from liolnw answered ciianuing cnterctl and with a Frou He The bark of a California tree on exhibi which properly belonged to tho organs glycerine equal parts applied on lint taking off jny coat you may givo me piled the examination of book com Â¬ ocSnon basMul I couldnt glance at the man before her said Ah him 2000 years B 0 it has been ns or mastication These unnatural drafts Good remedies mid ready prepared can your reasons for publishing that slander Â¬ this is the peddler Will spoko to mo of tion is thirty hve inches thick What yo want certainetl what has long been supposed also bo obtuincd at any drug storo and ous article on natures forces must unless checked He lost his way dear sho continued sick thnt Chaldea was the parent land of IhOUti2r3rlD Mr1alslm that drlresa going to Trice and laying her hand upon as I vas vas XMr Brico I was so hot is Tire origin of tho game of philopcna tell sooner or later on the general health should be kept constantly in tho house I had two reasons sir said to havo been as follows The neiier aut a leetle vater Mr astronomy for it is f nrnd from this What are they Iho bolting of food was almost universal and in fnctories where pcraons are ex-Â¬ lfcdanrraWfiWjr mned Id dose him his arm and Will met him on tho Bnce if you please Mr Brico TCoplo of Alsaco nnd Trfirrninn inr tnr Well in the first place I thought compilation and from other bricks that posed to burns If none of these 111 this country and road and asked him to stiy with us toWhat tlie then oamo an oath mcrly under German rule as they now ennso in producingsecond to no other handy apply quickly flour and are yon were a littlo runt of n man about the Babylonians catalogued the stirs JuHtlbca 5Tffoke Dear Miss Mlnerrr you night indigestion lard four feet The Its all right are but while a part of Franco they uso of liquids Lie still yo Dutch fool and Til bring lUUSt llT aMn ntlf nlt high and almnt dead with the and distinguished and named tho conl Keep the wound from exposure Tho passion died from ilm mnn r That Im niloVt lost in a great measure the use of tho wrong for tho during a meal was all mixed air yo water Dont como here IheT t answers Sea he A good liniment for burns nhthma and in the next place I thought stellahons Thoy observed tho seventh reason that it tended to a to the Iho voice of the woman thrilled Carl Ono Mr Brice But vatcr German language and what they re disuse after tho alxivo application is made of the roads were so infernal bad you could day as one of rest They invented the lhis girl and tho boy who had guided Mr Bnce for Gods sake I someburned tamed becamo corrupt It was an old while of the organs of mastication three ounces sun dial to mark tho movements of the vas never get over here as such a tneirrWnt OTrihlJ plenty of liquid before and after each of tincture of opium mm n ere one She was the spy of the alife custom among them for young couples meal was not Xho straightforward confesson should iicuieiuy nooies camphorated oil and soap liniment A the water clock to only proper but beneficial Yli iu to ft IJet ns el I was a rock gang to engage themselves by eating tho Aotluug There was a moving aliont tho room have saved Mark but it good salve for cuts The visi measure time and thoy speak in this Vt7 1 J So yer a peddler eh patter of dipper and pail and Price ap-a halves of double almonds and then to into the however should bo taken pound of sweet and burns is one hnlf tor made a dive for him didntout nlmnd Â¬ work of the spots on the sun said tho host took a fact thov stomach that was either lard one fourth ponnd advancing an lost each other iiutuiitu me jiuiaer jjensmore than tho blood or colder beeswax one fourth ditto resin beat nil fill of hair and when the editor jumped could only have known by the aid of D0nlieetLoLTjn DebbJ 1 kn01h11 yerwelcomo to our fireyer way WallI hard Tho steps came nearer breathed salutetime they met as Thowell beloved hotter tho each and fare but word in Ger nearer atmosphere Unnecessary together till well mixed and put up in through the only window in his office he telescopes which it is supposed they tell ye a littlo man was viellicbchcn but having for- Â¬ than dessert eaten when tho nmfio o f a tin box ur wuie moutucd bottl- - was followed and chased into an old Cussed from observations that they WeaTfasTS6en4 3fie7wddlns setUed for Jnne better with Dick moro ceremony will bo they mounted the ladder Ho crouched Prico next time I was waiting An instant moro and the gotten tho meaning of this word they ready sated was hes In s ach haste down of the rising of Yenns another evil while a APPJ to the wound on soft cotton or slushing where he had to remain hidden and and ho smiled grimlv bearded faco of Price nppearcd above gradually changed into the fact that Layard found a crystal 9ullted they wont nigh shakin ye untd midnight That incident shaped phillipo cause of inliVeofinn in Ui lint Carl smiled too childliko and bland vM 11 tho opening in tho floor and his right which sonnds like it and phifiippina his future policy as he one day ex- Â¬ lens m the ruins of NitiotoI m Kmiging mi To stop weeding and said Apply wet tea Yaw Tho host and his hand was raised holding a tin cup of bncks contain The first meteoric shower which at-Â¬ ct -rcompanion were amused iers xne jfroiessor leaves or a paste of flour and yineear plained editorial pen is an all fired hie nge substantially an acconnf as the nar-iÂ¬ water t The tracted attention in modem times was admitted the samo however that for certain or a cold bandage snrhertookIn nerer U sat hlni hes fond ot H an artery band lover but I have mndo it a rule for Wheres the boy asked Price Here Dntchy yore cursed hard to that witnessed by tho Moravian missionclasses of business men such as J einn too tho rative in the Bible Thivr diVMr to as to age tighUy above tho iio went to the barn replied tho take caro of heres yer drink last thirty years not to abuse a man un Â¬ houses and lands were then sold leased aries in Greenland in 1799 This phe- Â¬ board of trade people etc a bankers make the knot press wound i noonday hard ttmeeUnSnnday I dont find imsieu nerseit preparing i fhffc iari s arm was outstretched but ns nomenon was observed over a wide ex dmner would practically amount to ry and stop the circulationupon thearte less I think I can lick him in a rough and mortgaged that money was loaned until a phyl and tumble fight around tho editorial at interest and that the market garden-Â¬ Ho was too tired to iic umcuea mo dipper there came a tent 01 territory Humboldt then travel IsqaIteaedyfyln UWy he cant more me In the e ening meal suicide but for people who could cat a sician can be summoned aeco eat aim win not be in to night H an arm or room sharp click and the handcuff closed ingin South America said ers to use an American phrase worked Free Press Toward hearty dinner in the middle of the day leg iscnt elevate it so that the force Carl was suro now that thatwoman and about tho wrist of the coiner and at tho the morning of of on shares that the farmer when plow And Debby when oa see how foolish a man In November 13 a most ex- Â¬ boy were one same moment Iot can act mg the cold muzzlo of a traordinary scene of shooting stars was early an oxen beguiled his -A plain butplentif nl supper was served uut uiuuci wao wnonv uioou insteau 01 neci prnKmr if tu Crashed Truth in a Rising Attitude with with his songs two of which labor jo ant hwe scch a Ugh opinion of him and thats heavy Colts revolver pressed against his seen Thousands of bodies and homely inadvisablo for the reason that it al- - stop bleeding at the nose falling have a a fact after which the neriiiW nn i0 A stranger whoso whole appearance been found and connect batho the feet forehead and the voice of the detective stars succeeded each other during four lowed too llttlO time for dlVaatinr a this very re- Â¬ 1 11 in hnf iroln TO1 Zdont foot tetlir Spiing weather mebbe Its urew ociore the open fire with thei rr hissed in his very ear iuo same timo was a dead giveaway on his empty pock Â¬ mote ciyflizatio with the usages rnrr Anv hours Their direction was very of umy deprecated as somo cayenne tea Sometimes a piece ets entered an office in Exhange place pttin warm you know pipes xsaturally tho conversatioi il Not a sound or Til kDlyou Up from north to south from theregular both needless and injurious to w y Good by lmgoln UiDnde JothamstosUra week begin- Â¬ health of paper or cloth folded to several thick and asked turneU upon trade and Dutcra verjx with your other hand ft ning of the shower there was not a space and a reform m the directions indicated nesses and Do I look like BgiOaJKn inary about to willingly told of his success Td Garfield Jiame Them I Tlieman was fairly caught and he in the firmament equal in extent to threo was urgedas the only remedy for tho and placed saturated in very cold water between tl snowed the suver which h sail jot jjiaia knewitTThe color fled from his bronzed diameters 01 the moon which was notvl yreatAmeripnneil indiptmn UH UUU vr WattTvgjnjvasn Congress with jaw pressed up as far as it will iro reu Gar 1 Cll 1 teply gHECOIMEBS OF KANSAS f ii f ur ss cute me ioiiow- PiS irr eS3irff it ashen hued a cold sweat mieu every msuuitl WIIU 1DOCllCS lav Bk t r - 1weaK riPwBrasi beneficial JL XMLPHS1IV TnPil 11 m nnK rl ilyrtsJnpon5his brow- - the stars All ine meteors leitArw Plato vnie Courier- Mtt niTH ML tea TrriilMii7 fi iiatfggmgKtttmHBgJmggmgtggUtmKtgFy i f Price of Su bseriptlon tt n Western feontucky It is said that no rhymes exist in tho English language for tho words BflTer orange month kiln bilge and gulf It has been said that man is the only animal that makes use of tools but the statement has been rontrnmr nh serration having shown that other ani mala do occasionally employ tools This 13 especially the case with monkeys which in confinement have been obÂ¬ served to use stones to crack nuts and sticks or leather straps to draw toward them objects which lay beyond their a - ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAWFL7LT0N COUNTY KENTKy7fJudaY tj i- they N0 - r iw nKl drjr SZLf1 ol i1 VU1 ni orin - - sSw5 7fn t31 felied ll2yt - -- -- tiim rrii4D faagdrvtf t jiii Â¬ 1 I tol ssrifi rrck 1 rar asw aJUtep vwiUSra eonlJ tiJ JJ ii itt 1 ti atarfig O y-e- wLSi Pjs eJtBo li Â¬ Â¬ rcd-w-o- MJtliit Â¬ X 41tnd7ofat0tll Mta1 X ff 75 - 1uu ti I Â¬ J if r7 7 I I - bi JSgJga pass SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK I l-- -- i- r - - nTCHT and shortlv after the rcmonetization silver connterfeit ingrcccived a wonderful impetus and the 5Vcst and South especially were Hooded with bogus coin Thelargc floating population and tho w Sderaess of tho border country ren deredllictask of unearthing tho coiners a bsrdflone but after several seasons of pefswftmPand stealthy work the Unitod Scft Detective Service became satisfied aBftOihe location of at Ieastone gang of tm5nSharp6 and Jack Densmoro an explign6ea agent was instructed to vBiTlhe fitate Kansas ingratiate him BelfoCttpcounterfeitcrsfc and learn of tlfejtoaH eekcted to pcWpjraitaadCdd VatTTlnd and Cad leaned un you vas loonn uicneu tinued examining the coinJwiltts vili Tli t eves the dc JV iVjgWeri iBtotE deep with a shudder enough and 10 TriBT rMi Ol 1 I I 1 ICt themT u liliihTasted sevpn - 11 1- miiw firf A bj - -- awaa It may pass but its counterfeitall the same said Price Tin suro of it YelL neffer mind Its good enough for mo said tho peddler with a emiTo I only vish I had a tousand dollars mit could get it said Price resuming his pipe I heard a feller say to day that thar war lots o it around Py schimminy I vould like to get it said Lis companion It vas goot effery vare f-- it Wall I reckon yo i stuff said Price in a low tone but he lives a mile from here Ye could buy dawgazSaideTendestbi ioboften amfeg it o him I reckon For how much said Carl Efetnrcriminals to heaCale a moment Oh may be ono half returned the aaifWgSl feppened that upon certain KpyTSepemDer evening Densmore dis other I cant say Its bad stuff to Dutch peddler dropped deal with yo know and I never touch 9fAre2B froiBTOeTWeetward bound train on tho it half You mean for KJPASeMitito little station of Black one OnePyschimminy I two dollars two will give WlfiJVKansas For a moment ho hundred tollars for four and get myself gMftlaitor the retreating cars then tjjmLMsiin broken English inquired rich cried tho peddler Price smiled ol Uib Ahon agent the route But how kin ye pay for it Tavern Never mind know I vas what you call sthrange mit dis Show mo do followI what gotsaidtoCarl it sell part do koundry said tho peddler und pay him mit I it smiling iJraiit a frient ov mine up de Wall said tho host rising find nverwaaj7 rri to Vfldwood Tavern nnd him for yo in the mornin Do youIwant ol goolsin dot koundry to turn in iSPBZH awfw uy X don t reckon you II Turn in e but X ken tell you the Go ter bed ter sleep I mean Oh yaw I was tired myself oud to- Â¬ tho rougn westerner gave yjg m mo night iajy uirecuoiiB aiiu A moments consultation with tho wo- Â¬ Densmore disappeared man and Price called tho peddler to folveverv houso from here to and Wildwood2 muttered he when out of low Carl picked up his pack loft ladder that led into tho hearing bit ni find Prices Thats climbed the shake downbii the floor the name Price And when thats There was a Thar Its not tho finest bed room found4ookout If I can capture Dick in the world but yoll sleep Baid Price PnogSjnyViBncB made Good night At 9 ocVek Carl for so he called laughing Good night returned Carl MaiselX eoiight shelter at a settlers Densmore The other disappeared cabin bj MthV roadside and paid for a supper lodging and breakfast with heaved a sigh Its hard work playing Dutch ho gaudy lace At noon he paused again tTeat and trade and again many times muttered Then ho opened his pack and from it during the afternoon Before night ho drew two heavy rcudvers a bowie knifo Jiad heard the name of Xnce and too several pieces of counter- Â¬ three pairs of handcuffs and tho star of feit ooia had been passed upon him the United States Secret Service I may havo work before morning He was nearing his game j It was a littlo after sundown and with thought lie and these aro good bed- Â¬ weary tread Densmore was climbing up fellows coat alonhill where tho struggling road Ho removed hisdown blew out tho his mind busy was fringed with bushes and woods candle and lay when a step startled him and a moment with tho events of tho day and in form- Â¬ ing somo plan for tho morrow Jater a slender boy was at his side J V How you vas little feller said tho While thus engaged the sound of a Dose vas a nice noight door stealthily opened attracted his detective Yes sir said the youth looking at attention and a moment later he heard Where are you going him sharply mens voices below Quietly leaving his floor lie crept de to f Tie goin O I vas goingoin sell git bed listened to a knot holo in tho and to tings in mine pack I vas But the peddler ch and the peddler chuckled It was the womans voice o I mean to night Where are you replied Prica Never mind him This said the boy going to stay apparently ad- Â¬ ho continued Ned road stops up in tho woods hero dressing tho new comer weve a cus- Â¬ Densmoro paused peddler Do road Btops Pyschimminy Den tomer up Btairs a Dutch bring hiniand to lie wants four hundred Ill dot road got himself lost at do las turn fought dis road went fro desovoods ye in tho moniiug aHell buy I Tlic door ojKsned second timo Press to do place you calls do tavern hey ing his faco close to the floor Densmore O you mean Wild wood Tavern could found Thats over that way and the boy Threo that ho looking both see and hear roughly dressed sharp pointed into the darkness Its five men entered miles from here all here said Price in a low sighed poor Carl tone Ha That is good I want half a Py schimminy neffer get dere to night thousand o tho queer to night for wo five miles I I sleep mit deBe woods and he began to kin send to the Tavern to morrow and rapack bis strap the chap up above w ants some Did you The boy eyed him again sharply bring the dies Bray No you neednt sleep Then he said Tho man addressed shook ills head in the woods Ilivo at tho end of this I havent been homo an jest como road Come with me You can stay at from Elkhorn Send Nettie My old our house I guess woman will give em to her Ah dotvasagoodpoyaaidDutchy Prico turned to the girL Dot vas nice nnd I get some gladly Are you afraid to go Net eupper too dont it sho laughed and touched Afraid reckon replied the boy I her liosom just drawing the butt of a two con- Â¬ Besbouldering his pack the You afraid Dick into sight tinued to follow the road the youth lead Eistol better nor that ing until half a mile furthuroo a cabin Wall then my gnl if ye go to Brays appeared in the shadows an frit the dies it will help us for while tbelrsUMjadlabits - u ZgtSlfifj aa a dangerous Tope bat I go I know a feller whats gof some of tho rMtf wss Â¬ -- and BTcroar ho allowed the handouffs to bo clasped about his other wrist Senator Mahonc And now go down without noise Every newspaper reader has heard of too said Densmore or of Yirgina Ho is tho leader Price obeyed and as he turned upon Malione of tho Iteiuljusters and the biggest man tho floor below tho detective was at his in tho State side While Mahono is a big man in influ- Â¬ Sit there and ho pointed toward tho ence he is a bmall man in stature smallwith your back to tho door table er even than Alexander H Stephens Again the coiner obej ed bowing his and weighs less than 100 pounds He head upon his hands Then Densmoio lias the frame of a woman but tho will crept to the trap closed it and shot the of a giant or at least such as a giant heavy bolts ought to have in proportion to Ids size Without raising his head Prico whis- In his movements ho is quick and nerv- Â¬ pered ous Hois about fivo feet three inches Theyll smother high has a largo finely shaped head w They must run their chances re Â¬ aron gray hair and beard gray eyes and plied Densmore coldly J heavy eyebrows dresses plainly and is So saying ho crept near tothe cabin about 52 years old door and waited Ho must havo tho Malione is a self made man He was woman tho spy the last andbest of all born in Virginia and for that reason ex- Â¬ tllo gang erts an influence that one occupying his The moments passed tho hour was position but born outside of the State drawing to a close and tho detective never could His education was largely listened with bated breatbHor his comobtained at tho Virginia Military Instiing victim when suddenly without a tute a scholarship in which he won in sound the door opened and Nettio en- Â¬ a competitive examination Ho started tered As sho did so Densmbro stepped in the business of life as a chain carrier forward and would havo laid his hand in a railroad engineer corps Prom upon her shoulder but in a single that humble position ho gradually rose glance the girl comprehended all and to tho Presidency of a lailroad company with a wild shriek aho sprang from him and at one time controlled a system of tho dies dropping from her arms as she railroads from Norfolk to tho Missis Â¬ did so whilo Price started from his seat sippi Ho was a General in the Con- Â¬ and joined her And then again tho de- federate army and Gen Bobert E Leo is reported to havo said that I woidd tective found himself facing his enemies one of them now armed for the woman rather havo him his judgment sagacity and executive ability than any General had drawn a pistol But there was no struggle With I have H I should retire from the nerves tense as steel and n deadly light command of tho army I should recom- Â¬ Mahono in the clear blue eyes Carl levelled nis mend Mahone for my place heavy weapons ono at each of the figures was the author and executor of the before him and in low cool tones said plan to blow up Grants fortifications Up with your hands In tho name around Petersburg of whicli city he is of tho national government I arrest you now a resident Cincinnati Commer- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- paj mc iik1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Quick as counterfeiters The last word was addressed to tho woman for in her eyes too there gleamed a dangerous light but before tho detective could stay her tho pistol was turned there rang out a sharp re-Â¬ port and from her side thero welled the bright blood splashing the wooden floor sho tottered nnd with a and fell Price half Etching her in his shackled arms as she sank Only once she spoke Better this than a prison Dick And to die with you love Thon came a fluttering sigh and sho was gone An hour later XJensmoro stood beioro tho United States Commissioner at Wild- wood and delivered his prisoner Two I ltn n ifunu i41ci entn1il iuu utiuin iuua u nAa ui uuiujia duialil tlfk rrcrnA vlir i nra 1 ti fi6- - liolf lnn1 fmm ndinm V their cellar furnace room and tho next day tho detective alono stood by tho open grave of poor Nettie tho bravest and prettiest criminal he had ever ho snid and heard tho dull known sound of the clods ns thoy fell upon her coffin Then ho turned eastward again his duty done Tho coiners of Kansas were no more cial More Spanish Than Skunk hsve readmany articles published I in the Chicago papers from various writers trying to prove that Chicago was named after a skunk none of which did IPla10 ny confidence in for I could at uw tiuuuu i 4iV lre11 or I U io Englislu IcamoWest in 1832 I now find tho following on pago 34 of tho Pictorial History of tho American Revolution in regard to Hernando Do Soto in 15 10 It appears that lje had just had a great battle with tho Indians at Mobile de- Â¬ stroying 2000 9f them and losing forty- two ot his own men ftnu that on the JKJSfiS ww lurl province of Clucazo where ho remained all winter Had another i n ITTt - i iv u fight with tho Indians and lost forty men moro Then what does this prove It proves thnt as early as 1510 thero was a prov- Â¬ ince fivo days march north of Mobile called Chicazo and I presume it extend Â¬ ed as far north ns tho northern lakes and that tho name of our city Chicago Â¬ -- Â¬ The Now Zealanders aro destroying their forests in a manner so reckless thnt there is a fear not only of a scarcity of timber but that tho climate will soon bo changed for the worse Why did King Henry never smilo Toronto Globe again asked tho school teacher Maybe suggested the boy at tho Oveb S2000000 worth of dried yeast because he joined was imported by Great Britain in the foot of the class thoRed Bibbon Club year 1879 Jiurdettc Churches as Savings Banks There are in tho city three penny sav- Â¬ ings banks in connection with churches Thoy belong to St Andrews St James and All Saints The banks receive any amount from 2 cents upward but do not encourage the depositing of large sums tho object in view being to promote habits of economy among the poorer classes Trustees and officers have been appointed for each bank the former being responsible for all moneys The bank is kept open every received Saturday evening from 7 to 9 A com- Â¬ mittee of twelvo manage tho institution giving their services gratuitously Any amount from 2 cents upward may bo per cent interest being al- Â¬ deposited lowed on every even dollar from the day of deposit to tho day of withdrawal Â¬ caino from it Tho word Chicazo is evidently Span Â¬ ish and when spelled with tho English pronunciation combined with tho In- Â¬ dian we have Chicago Do Soto was evidently as bravo and gallant a gentle Â¬ man as ever trod American sou Ho was always dreaming of finding gold in tho western wilds of America and also the elixir ot life tho El Dorado of per-Â¬ petual youth Gold was long sinco dis- Â¬ covered in California and now perhaps tins new late great mineral discovery in Texas is De Sotos elixir of life It does appear that Chicago is moro Spanish than skunk Cor Chicago Inter Ocean i I head is also recommended H nouses maintained by tho joint subscriptions bleeding continues despite the effortst of the foreign insurance companies who check it summon a physician at once havo agencies hero and are interested in Sometimes tho ailment proves fatal property in Japan and a number of old fashioned hand engines belonging to the Betrayed by the Truth Japanese Government nnd managed by Tho very amiable and worthy occu- Â¬ natives from tho fire guard to tho for- pant of tho position of British Vico eign settlement and native town of Yo Consul at a port in tho far East had kohama Tho Hong Kong Firo Insu - often PTnrpfWfvl to liis Amrifin fpllmv-ranee Company being an English house j residents his great desir to visit their provide their volunteors with uniforms of country nnd make himself familiar with English pattern brass helmets for tho some of its institutions His ideas of tho omccrs and black leather helmets trim- West had been formed from a perusal of med with brass for tho men blue flan Â¬ the works ot Jooper and it is to bo nel shirts faced with red corduroy trous- feared that his interlocutors had pur- ers top boots and a belt with a hatchet posely abstained from disturbing his and spanner on either side The relief somownai nigniy coioreo men wear the American fire hat and red Finally a furlough came toexpectationsho him and flannel shirt but in other respects their made ready to carry out his cherished dress is the samo as the Victoria At the plan of a trip homo by the way of tho sound of tho alarm bell the steam en- Â¬ Pacific ocean and the United States In- Â¬ gines aro not long in reaching the scene troductions were given him to trusty of a fire and the steady streams from radical jokers in San Francisco which their hose as a ride soon havo a very por E e presented on arrival with expressions ceptiblo effect on the flame though at of vehement desire to encounter Indians times tho men have to work unremittingand hunt buffaloes This ho was told ly from night till morning and when at would be easy as both abounded in tho fire is extinguished tho tired vol- Â¬ neighborhood of the Cliff House and in last the unteers draw the engine back to their the peaceful and prosaic suburb of Oak- Â¬ houses and retire to the rest they have bo land An expedition was planned and fairly earned by their labors After tho carried out and the British brother steam ongines are drawn off the Japs are armed to the teeth performed great left to play on the smouldering ruins with deeds in the encounter with practica- Â¬ their hand engines which though al- ble Indians and buffaloes furnished most useless when a fire is at its height it was whispered by a theater and a cir- Â¬ are sufficiently powerful to keep it from cus in tho breaking out again The Japanese po- Â¬ praiseorof menagerie Exulting and covhis American friends licemen though brave and quick enough ered with glory ho departed for New are absolutely worthless at a firo They York and England His fame stood him jabber and shout like a parcel of monkeys so- struck suddenly mnd give orders where in good stead at dinners and other rial gatherings during lu3 entire vaca iiiey nave no ngm to lntenere anci cnop tion preceded him on his return to his hero anion v1 destroying property unnecessarily whero L1lnWrfT11R in most cases it should be saved with no find rr in his heart to American itcould and it other damage than would bo caused by all might havo gone well disturb day had to this the water pumped from the engine Tho himself to his character uniform of tho Japanese policemen like he only confined Loatherstocking One that of all government officials is of for- Â¬ of amateur countryman of his camo daya to eign pattern nnd is mado of navy blue however a Yankee and denounced this hero cloth faced with yellow their caps said he Just think of that M something of tho same shape as a navy trying to sell us ByJovo I never cap hao ajollow band sowed around them and a brass chrysanthemum the heard m all my life you know Buch crest of the Emporor is fastened just atrocious stories as ho has been telling What do you think ho tried to above tho peak At somo of tho fires us It is all very fine to threo or four hundred houses are burnod make us belieyo to tho ground and as many poor fami- have shot Indians and buffaloes Of course you know where there are so lies left homeless Exchange many as there are in San Francisco nnd New Hampshire and Niagara and all French Way of Washing Clothes those places a plucky fellow might do A system of washing clothes in that But ho has tried to make us be- Â¬ vogue in some French towns is worthy lieve tho most extraordinary story that of bpecial mention Its economy is so you have ever heard about your conn great as to greatly reduce the cost try you know Hosays that ho went Two pounds of to a placo called Chicago and ho went Tliis is tho process soap is reduced with a littlo water to to draw somo money from a bank and pulp which having been slightly fouud that thoy had raised it up and warmed is cooled in ten gallons of wore moving it with all tho fellows in water to which is added one spoonful of side you know going on with then turpentine oil and two spoonfuls of am Â¬ work I say just fancy tho cheek of monia then tho mixture is agitated tho fellow supposing ho could mako us Alas tho one true story The water is kept at a temperature believe that which can bo borne by tho hand In which tho poor Consul told had preved this solution the white clothes aro put his undoing Jlarpcrs Magazine in and left there for two hours before washing them with soap taking caro in His Honor tho meantime to cover tho tub Tho Stepping into tho office of a lawyei solution may bo warmed again and used Hon to his naino Joues onco more but it will bo necessary to who prefixes was iuformed by tho clerk Mr Blank add a half spoonful of turpentine nnd another spoonful of ammonia Once was talking of going to New York Nc washed with soap tho clothes are put in Very likely his honor has gone Jones as ho closed the hot water and the blue is applied doubt of it saidof it if ho over had This process it is obvious saves much door no doubt time much labor and fuel while it any gives to tho clothes n whiteness much TnE competition for the proposed superior to that obtained by any other monument to Victor Emmanuel has process and the destructive use of the open washboard is not necessary to clean the been throwncost to sculptors of all na- Â¬ when completed is not Tho clothes from the impurities which thoy tions to exceed 1800000 Threo prizes of contain 10000 6000 and 84000 are to be If yon want to bo sure youre right given respectively to the authors of the young man work yourself into a tower- Â¬ three best models these models to re- Â¬ ing passion and nobody can convince main the property of the State you that you ever mado a mistake or snid a wrong thing in your life But then Harvard Divinity School has just re- Â¬ you II have to keep in a rage all the time ceived a bequest of 10000 for the edu- Â¬ owing what a fool you are cation of needy students intending to be- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i7nsjjsjMpaajjajjsjjpapcr wmdowed OiIE oif trt o steam eneines ijtntifinl nature vS 1A onecr A7K5E5535HB noiuingjwarmsal jiir-emulating you rmm X missionary abdnf India and ask you for ft small donation You wouldnt havo riven mo a cent would No sir liiaHpin uj iBui tOK isTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTjTCTV x wag Now then Ill tell you the truth Ivo no money nothing to do dont want work expect to havo a close rub this winter and will bo much obliged for the lain of 10 cents Thats plump and it pleases me vsk Uen3uuuelT3 thojnonotony while the Clerk wasread- ing a tedious tlocnmPnJ nnd to amuse those who happened to lw wedged with in a narrow compass with a speculative Cabinet for Mr Hayes Ho took a bit of paper and a pencil and divided the country into geographical districts He then inserted in each its appropriate member of the Cabinet Thus Â¬ Secretary of Not even when I tell you the truth No sir Then you dont care whether I lie or tell the truth No sir I cant see how it affects mo any Very well It does me good to find a frank honest man and on the whole Im not disappointed It you had lent me a dime it would have gone for whisky and been wasted if you had believed me I should have lied to you Seems as if you might recommend mo to some one in the block on whom a pleasant lie would have effect but I wont press the matter An revoir I Wall Street Daily Neios Cant spare it bUte Edjiukds Secretary of the Treasury Secretary ot Oeol T the Nary Dick Jons Shesxav Secretary of War Attorney General I THOMrsoiO i WliiJAJL Itabts t Portmaaler General O W UcCbaxt J E Johsstos the Interior Schcbz Cab i Secretary ox Â¬ 1 J come clergymen Five of the seven were in Hayes Cab- Â¬ inet Did Garfield name them Chi Remedy for Diphtheria N Shishkin Minister cf Russia to the caao Tribune United States sends the following to the Sound and Sense New York Herald The following is an illustration of pro- Â¬ There is no harm at this time of year in reproducing the remedy for diphthe Â¬ nunciation and spelling in the use of ria used in Russia from the Russian wrong words which have the same pro- Â¬ nunciation as the right words and Minister In view of the increase of diphtheria which properly read would souml in several places of the State of New right The story A rite suite little -York I hasten to communicate to you buoy the sun of a grate kernal with a for publicity a very simple remedy rough about his neck flue up the rode which having been used in Germany swift as eh dear After a thyme he and Russia may prove effective here stopped at a gnu house and wrung the Out of several others Dr Letzerich belle His tow hurt hymn and ho who mndo extensive experiments in the kneaded wrest He was two tired to application of this remedy has used it raise his fare pail face A feint mown in twenty seven cases eight of which of pane rows from his lips The made were of very serious nature all of which who herd the belle was about to pair a had a favorable residt except in ono pare but she tlirongh it down ani ran case when tho child died from a com- Â¬ with all her mite for fear her guessed plication of diseases For children of wood not weight Butt when she saw 1 year he prescribes the remedy for the littlo won tiers stood in her eyes at Ewe poor deer 1 Why duo internal use every one or two hours as the site Are yew dyeing follows Natr benzoic pur 50 solv yew lye hear Know he said lam feint to thee in aq distillat 3q menth piper ana She boar him inn her arms as 400 syr cort anr 100 For children corps from 1 to 3 years old ho prescribed it she aught too a room whero he mite boo from 7 to 8 grammes for 100 grammes of quiet gave him bred and meet held distilled water with same sirup for cent under his knows tide his clioler children of 3 to 7 years he prescribed rapped him warmly gave him some 10 to 15 grammes and for grown per- Â¬ suite draclim from a viol till at last he sons from 15 to 25 grammes for each 100 w ent fourth haQ as a young hoarse His grammes Beside this ho uses also eyes shown his cheek was as read as with great success the insufflation on a flour and he gambled a hole our tho diphtherial membrano through a xne lToaiograph glass tube in serious cases every three Another measuring instrument is de-Â¬ hours in light cases threo times a day of tho natr benzoic pulver For grown scribed in the French papers the pro eoplo ho prescribes for gargling a dilu Â¬ filographso called because when in tion of 10 grammes of tliis pulver for 200 use it traces mechanically on paper tho grammes of water Tho effect of the outlines of tho ground oAer wluch it remedy it rapid After twenty four or travels It is a small carriage mounted thirty six hours the feverish symptoms on two wheels drawn by one man and disappear completely and tho tempera Â¬ attended by another who marks the ture nnd pidse become normal This levels at tho proper places and under Â¬ remedy was also used with tho samo neath hangs an iron rod with a large ball at its lower end serving as a pen- Â¬ rucccss by Dr Braham Braun and Prof This pendulum maintains a dulum Klebs in Prag Dr Senator in Cassel and several others in Russia and Ger- Â¬ constant vertical position while tho ma Â¬ chine inclines in one direction or tho many other according as it ascends or de- Â¬ The Spanish Marshal Serranos eldest scends a slope To the upper end of son who has lately been residing with n the rod is fitted a pencil which marks gentleman in London in order to acquire on a sheet of paper the ups and downs tho English language has just married of the country traversed whether on an Mllo Santonta a young lady with a dow- Â¬ ordinary road or across trackless fields tho exact profile being thus recorded ry of JE250000 and the eldest daugh Â¬ ter of tho Marshal is about to marry the to a given scale At tho same time ono brides brother who has a similar fort- Â¬ of the wheels acting the part of chain une bearer measures and indicates the dis Â¬ tances traveled throughojit the survey A iiADT wants to know why the rail- Â¬ the wholo being accomplished with com Â¬ companies do not provide special plete accuracy road cars for tobaccc chewers as well as for Bless her innocent heart to- Â¬ smokers The Eastern publishers have contrib- Â¬ bacco chewers are not so particular as uted nearly 4000 volumes for a public that An ordinary passenger car is good library at the new settlement at Rugby enough for tbTm Tenn A jm r - - THE HICKMAN COURIER PUUL1SHKD EVERY FRIDAY BY - - OEOBGE WARKK9T IIICRMAN OrricE - 9IILLRK At ISIS M1R4CLCS jUAIittOtDS For the Ilicman Courier Pre I c tit IMxrrlmlnntlon The A Doctor wlio Claims lo Effect h Before this controversy jroes jiii uj riiimi ItlHtil oi the ieople furthertl atu going lo do what I d iily avirtisiict - At a recent kangaroo drive in Australia 8000 of tho animals were any con Killed KENTUCKY Clinton Street Ilclnio Building The Oldest Newspaper in Weilern Kentucky Warren Editor Price of Subscription 2 CJcorgo FRIDAY DEC 17 1880 I Ooe of the greatest burdens on real prosperity of this locality is the per ceotage levied on it by the credit busi ness The merchant of necessity as 8 safe prudent man and for his pro tection adds a per centage on his goods and wares as a contingency for bad debts or for slow and uncertain debts This means in roand num bers that the prompt good payers to a measurable extent hare to pay more for what they bay than they would if every one was prompt and certain pay ere iff other words the industry and honor of the land has to pay for the failures misfortunes or dishonor of bis neighbors This js manifestly wrong is principle but thoroughly justifiable Fn the merchant from long established usage and custom Nor ie the merchant benefitted in thelong run but is more generally crippled ana injured and oftentimes ruined by the system If be could always know theexact amount of good and ihc ex Â¬ act amount of bad that would bo on his books at the end oF each year he might calculate the per centage so a to not hart hjmselfjjbut he cant tnow this and besides competition is al ways active in driving hinr from his own judgment Of course if all would pay cash all these manifest troubles would cease But an absolute univor tail cash system will nover prevail A majority of people will never be pre pared for it In fact there arc many instances when credit is not only an accommodation but a real benefit and profit to all concerned All the very largo enterprises are based more or less on credit If all business was ab Folutely cash few railroad manufac Â¬ turing establishments mining opera tions and such like enterprises would have an existence In such instances as these credit no doubt is of great ben efit all around and may be in other exceptional instances But the rou tine business of he day is greatly impaired by it and aregates a fear ful tax on the property iaoy com tnuiiity A few good 6trong houses to illustrate the benefit ofcash rand cash rjriceslBBBBBBBBjBMjiinJerest r Â¬ Â¬ Bur far Caati -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ te question of vital interest and growing in importance is the right of the people as against the ex notions of railrmd companies fn freight charge Ruilroad compinies assume the right to mako changes in rates ot pleasure and without notice to the public Within a few days it has been announced that it is the purpo o of managers of the east and west lines to raise iho freight on grain five cents per hundred weight which is equal to an export tsr upon the whole crop of at least 8500000U0 And these roads it is said are under the control of two or three men On this subject Judge J S Black has written a letter to the New York Chamber of Commerce from which we make some pettinent extracts But on this question railroad men They misunderstand their situation believe or pretend to believe that rail- Â¬ ways are the property of the compa Â¬ nies authorized to run themwhioh is a cardinal error and the parent ol much false argument A public high way cannot be private property and a railroad laid out and built by the au thority of the State for the purposes of commarce is as nuchas public high Â¬ way as a turnpike road caoal or navi Â¬ of the gable rivff State to promote intercourse aod trade by makiugiiigbways of the best sort To this end thrbugh ler territory he ujnyluke land arid materials which j is an exercise 6f the powerof eminent domain She can build alsil way at her own expense using the di- Â¬ rect nguuey of her own officers and after if is built she can make it free to all comers or reimburse the cost by special tax on individuals who have occasion to use it She can delegate the taking and the taxing powers to a corporation or a natural person and hat is what she always does when she But iu ei grants a railroad charter iher or any case the road belongs to the Slate and all the people have a right to use it upon compliance with the necessary regulations and payment r T or the proper tax The reader will note thaf according to Judge Black the road whether built by the State a corporation or a natural perbon is tho property of the State and subject to its absolute con trol so far as freight rates are con cerned The following presents the funda mental principle involved in a very clear light Tho amount of the tax toll or freight in any case is not a subject of bargain between the shipper and the corporation but n thine to be settled fixed aud prescribed by public authority If the company may charge what it pleases then the road is not a public highway the public has no rights in it at all and tho charter which au thorizes the taking of land to build it is unconstitutional aud void The correctness of these proposi tions may bejjfiKifjjhed but the rep utation of JXaVoTaPararomasa profound A Â¬ Â¬ a IB - Â¬ Â¬ idhaiyjh mupZBHaoBBBHoU obbbMbW Spirit of Jefferson Miller was at Kaloramn had his office open aud not less promptly his patients began to flock in The Doctor whoe history has been from time to time referred to in this paper was less than two years ago operating a mill in Scott county where he was successful in the cure of a great many unfortunates afflicted with divers com plaints by merely layiog on his hands His patients increased so rapidly that last winter be went to Red Sulphur Springs in Roanoke county where the halt and blind flocked to him from all and giving himself up to their 3uarters in the course of six months he treated over 4000 patients the ma jority of whom his agent says were relieved of their maladies Since then he has been travelingin this direction ooming from Lexington to this place Dr Miller is accompanied by bis wife a pleasant matronly middle aged lady and by Mr R H Woodrum of Roanoke county his businem agent who in the trying position he occupies beiog continually surrounded by a crowd of interested or inquisitive por 6ons asking a thousand idle questions try ono sensible one in uniformity oourtebus and pleasant- Iuthe three days that the doctor his been in Staun ton he has bad application from 248 afflicted persons The clerk registers them as they present themselves and arranges for them to be treated in Yesterday two rooms were full turn all day one with male and the other with female patients and at sun down seventy persons had been treated Our reporter wasf by the courtesy of Mr Woodrum permitted to go into doo tors private room with a patient and observe his treatment He found iu a small dark room with the shutter closed and its only lurni ture two chairs this remarkable man He is rather stout of middle age and stature dressed very plainly with long red hair and beard aud a rather pleas ant expression of countenance a mild and persuasive voice and a bright eye that has something of fascination iu its He asks his patient what is his gaze coiuplaiDt has some reu suring words for him referring to t imilar cases that ho has relieved and cites him Scriptural passages to strengthen his faith Then ho commences his manipulations passing his hands over the patieuts head and lace and limbs thumping his chest rubbing his spine under his coat aud rapidly going pretty well over the whole body About ten minutes is spent in the treatment and the patient expresses himself much relieved and gratefully ofFers compensation which the doctor says can be arranged in the next room with the agent and wo pass out as others push iu It seems that no charge is made Dr Miller considering that his gih of healing is from God leaves it to his patients to pay or not as they chooc and many unable to givo anything are not questioned at all though they go He will not receive any away cured large fee and declines as much as 5 heverage amount paid being SI A dbftfcighufelnme cluld and Chasleslou W Va Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ -- gentletian from West View -- fi ffe6aw Jte i oapi oenoppen v jtr arive up io me iroui President UaYes ho8recommend gate and a man was helped out who COLDMIipPnDinFjNESSEE RlVER d Coogress tomake Grant Captain I to tho grouud Cap Thos Sproat president had to be lifted soft General of the Army and some citizens Road and his crutches placed under him C railroad company and of the T want to raise a fund of 8250000 to take Mr Spaulding a prominent business when painfully he dragged himself care of him in bis old age Some are man of Columbus stopped in the city with bent knees up to the brick walk Three hours to tbe doctors office prompted by honest patriotism while Tuesday while on their way to join later this man J S Ott who bad been ethers want to shelve him to increase the surveying party which has nearly iu a torture for sixteen months had finished its work While in the city their own chance they called at the Democrat office and been treated and was free of pain and gave us some encouraging news in re moving one leg easily with the othor The constitutional amendment just gard to the railroad They state that greatly benefitted and in fine spirits Another man hobbled in with a stick - adopted in Kansas prohibiting the a company of railroad contractors have offered to and had a quiet ten minutes with tbe maBBfaetsre or sals of intoxicating li from a rongh estimate healer came out laughing and walked quart is taking effect and the Gov put the road in readiness for the ties off forgetting his wife who pioked up think when cor 250000 ereor of the State saya that by tbe for estimates but they made the earns bis stick and followed after have been rect Mr F W Hager who has been middle of January there will sot be a parties will do the work for less distillery rectifying establishment or money They also state that the painfully afflicted with rheumatism at attack com times saloon in the State It will be curious two hundred and fifty thousand dol Â¬ ing for years feeling an oh and suffering jo much that be be raised in a short time to watch tbe outcome of this experi- lars can squarely down and that when the road is once located could not set his foot ment was treated After the first manipula there will be no trduble about sccur said he felt ing money to finish it They think tion yesterday morninghe Tbe Republicans and Democrats are that they will not have to buy the no relief The second cured him ot at dead bait in Congress over the right of way only where property is all pain and bis limbs were as supple Electoral count rule again The Be considerably damaged They report as ever Bill Brown a colored barber has publicans insisting that the Vice Pres an unusal amouutof enthusiasm among hobbled about the streets of Sfaunton here and Colum ident must open and count tbe vote the people between think there is no for months ono leg drawn up with busand seem to - and the Democrats desiring to pass a rheumatism and one hand and arm doubt about the road being built drawn down and distorted so as to be rule sothat the Vice President cannot Mayficld Democrat One visit to tbe of little use to him Tho Republicans do the counting Browns crutches doctor was enough A Good utgentlott absent themselves or refuse to vote so ofHer3 is a sensible suggestion from stand in the corner of the doctors while Brown walks fice as a trophy tbaf there being no quorum present the VicksVurg Commercial the Democrats caonot pass the rule If when congress meets the south- - the street as a happy man thaf three Dr Miller said yesterday Some Democrats assert that if the crn fcunatjors ana reprseuiauves win deaf children had been brought to him accept Republicans persist in thus acting that get together in conference the situation make a public declara from the Institution and when they hey will persist in the same course tion thafit is oot thcirpurposeto wage went away they could hear his watoh when the time for the actual count a factibus war against tho incoming tick Our reporter did noteee thec comes so that Garfield cannot legally administration hut that looking to the children hat heard of many other re be counted in All this will simmer best interests of the whole country markable cases which wore almost past down they aro prepared to give a frank aud belief cordial support to everg measure teud A Girl who Fears snmviii be The Ohio IIuiim ftlulto iug to advance tho prosperity and pro Louisville Argug Eaten There is living at the house mote the welfare aud happiness of the Let me but hold tho offices of my people of the entire - Union north of Capt Means a girl about 9 years of country and I care not who pays its south east and west alike they will age whose history is remarkable Au American vessel called at a small is- Â¬ taxes in oqr humblo judgmant render a land iu the Pacific Ocean to procure most efficient abd acccptablo service to water The island was inhabited by Pi civ Temperance Movement every section of iho country cannibals They brought this little Commercial Cincinnati girl to sell for the captains dinner A new temperance organization has Onitliii KouUlo Kid for cookiug if Mr Kaufmann of the Washington ofleriug to prepare her been effected in Boston Gov Long and it has some Star is quoted as saying lI havejuht they would buy The captain told heads tbe movement Sho was would buy her features which commend it to favorable come back from New Yojk and if I them he appeal to law is jam auy judge of the results of extrav- - bought aud tho captain afterward No consideration Mcaus gavo her to him proposed aud hence there will be no agaui specuiauuu we win navu uuuiui meeting Capt olie Mill believes she will be killed aud conflict with any supposed statute fiuuucial panic within five years and I No pledge will be required should not be surprised if it came with Â¬ eaten aud xvheu strangers enter the rights Iioujo she clings to Mrs Meaus aud experience having shown that a pledge in three jears You cant get a decent Milbridge is takeu to be tuit of clothes made by any sort of good begs protection of her to refrain from drinking Journal The ttilorin New York for lees mouey than Prohibition has failed broken intemperate advocacy of temperance you paid iu the midst ol the war when Dlilut Aflillsite has dune much harm In fact all the wo were just rioting in promissory A colored man was busily engaged old methods have proven themselves notes They tell me that real stale is in sawing wood for a Galveston geutlu inefficient and it is deemed useless to again a subject of speculation there as man The mau and brother had a repeat them Tho main purpose is it was fceveu years ago aud is up forty large Masonic brenst pin on his bosom simply to cultivate in the popular por cent above the highest notch at Do you colored Masons and white Now business of a general mind a seutiment in favor of temper that time Masons affiliate character is not so good as it was a year anee Dont filiate wuff a cuss To the casual reader this may seem ago Tho mines which were paying Whats the matter to be a very narrow and unsubstantial dividends to a large number of people Dunno boas but Ise tried it Dars be remembered that io 1879 are not now productive and a basis but it must a bar keeper in did town dat toted dis no reform especially no moral reform great deal of money which got into tho heah berry samo emblem I was in a favorable hands of the spendthrift class through be effected without distress hadnt had a dram all that popular 6eotiment Laws cannot mako that means has ceased to appear The morning I cum iu and gavo the dis people temperate but the moral senti Â¬ Christmas trade iu the outlaying cities tress signil has begun late We are rushing things ment of the community can do much He didnt respond right He made again without much regard for the fu a motion at the doah wid one hand and Ma HAYK9 says lure reached under de bar I made the It is tbo dekire of the good people Weaver carried one county in tbe bign apin and he fetohed me between of the whole oouolry that sectionalism States anyhow that of Wul do shoulders wid de bung starter jess as a factor in our politics should United as I was gittin out ker county TeiUS disappear AflkE 1rfri3 6J- f nrannrtap jC aiiut n fn tlm Every flower even tho fairest has its sider thejbravej t act of any mans lifo shadow beneath it as it swings in the OFFERS TIIK iu v jpi iumju uuu uune x suulight have to d ty come into iho possesion of land are A half million of acres of facts through a hiother Ma oo in regard to tho card Mgned by A A cultivated by the Iudiaus so says Faris and many citizens which con Â¬ Secretary Schuiz vinces me that I done Faris an injus Robert J Breckinridge has been tice in intimating that ho was being appointed Supreme Treasurer of the Being satisfied Knights of Honor ured as a cats paw of this I think it right and simple The publishers of Soribners Month Â¬ justice to myself to say so and take ly celebrate its tenth birthday by giv back all I said about the monkey and ing it a new dress I had answered his the oliestuuts Mr Beecher has entered upon the last weeks article and the answer wa in print btJV I hereby order it sup thirty fourth year of his ministrations pTcssedr I care nothing for his abuse at Plymouth Church it is ready beneath his dignity and Tatmadge would prefer to be a Modo mine chief than a plundering Indian Agent The original draft of tho bill which in the day of Judgment has disturbed so many is published in Dakotah is knooking early tnd load this weeks Courier it shows lor it- Â¬ at tho door of Congress for admission self as a State into the Union Jno A Wilson The tie that binds the happy may bo Hickman Ky Deo 15 1880 dear but that whioh links the unfor Â¬ Dees fho DIack Ulan Sneeze tunate is tenderness unutterable A Florida editor maintains that the New York vandals aro already negro is never known to sneeze and tho doetorsto account for it knooking chips off the obelisk and a calls ripon The New York Sun was curious party of policemen bavo to guard it enough to start an investigation on the Jay Gould lost one hupdred thou subject the result thereof is thustated sand dollars by the burning of his oon Its reporters were instrncWuornervatory at Irvington on the Hudson question every colored man and brother recently who might fall io their way as to stern Â¬ Georgia will probably lose her en Â¬ PLEASE CALL AND utatory experience Draymen hack tire electoral vote by reason of the fact men and coal cart drivers porters barbers and hotel waiters were asked that her electors did not meet and cast their vote on the day appointed by law to contribute tho testimony of theirex GO TO THE The suggestion to make Rainey the perieBCe and the evidence that was gathered in this way was more than colored ex Congressman from South Carolina Clerk of the next House is enough to afford the most overwhelm 0 ing refutation of the bae and mali generally commended by the Republicious calumny of the Florida uews can press paper and the injurious deductions A Murray Hill N Y girl has that might have been made from it had ono of her shapely feet modeled in Ooo of tho colored men and brethren marblo and has presented it as a births who were interviewed testified wjlh day present to her affianced husband some unction that there had been for a paper eight times when he had almost sneezed his Thedaughtorof ex Gov Hubbard head off and it is clear that tho vigor and energy of his sternutation riould of Connecticut who ran away with her not be surpassed short of actual decap- fathers coachman and married him is itation of fthich there are no recorded now a seamstress iu Hartford Conn instances Another with a turn for and her husband drives a hackney statistics thought that he had sneezed coach more than four million times As far as the Census Chief has g ne in his work it appears that the Woolly CleplisintH total population of the country will be A pair of woolly elephants the finest almost exaotly 50000000 The pop- Â¬ ever brought to this country have been ulation has more than doubled in thirty landed in New York The larger of years WWJJjgjofJtBfa mj the two is thirty six inches high while Vtdr In his annual report Postmaster the smaller scarcely measures tix in lllUuiiluiiduilUUliiJUklJlllluuLi ches in height They are thought to General Maynard recommends a reduo TO BOY YOUR be about six years old The chief pe- tion in the fee for money orders not tlie e elephants is that they exceeding 5 to fivo cents and to ex culiarity of Medicines arc covered with a thick black wool or tend the maximum limit of an order Drugs hair especially about the crown of the from S50 to 100 head the back and the legs The The watchword in Memphis is On FANCY TOILET ARTICLES wool is two or threo inches long They to Texas A railroad conference has FINE PERFUMES were captured in tho Malay peninsula been held in that city at which it was SOAPS stated that in the counties along the PAINTS A certain lawyer compelled to apol- proposed line 200000 bales of cotton OILS dig- Â¬ ogize to the eourt With stately were annually raised DYE STUFFS nity he roe iu his place and said General Grant said in his Southern Your Honor is right and I am wrong AND TOBACCO as your Honor generally is The tour that it had disappeared in the CIGARS South Hayes says it has not and judge hardly knew whether to ferhapi Knives Rasors py or fine tho lawyer for contempt of that there in continued opposition to eamendraenta to the Constitution court tells tho truth I aJ la 11 -Â¬ men b33 84L vfi AjEBf aaafiS FOLLOWING LBEST IN THE WORLD 1 a pSioas TKa i fr H BJ G BARGAINS Vaasoaw AltffctlV a t For the next THIRTY DAYS Great Eeduction in Blankets Great Eeduction in Flannels GreatBeduction in Overcoats Great Eeduction in Linseys GreafJEeduction in Cassimere Suits GreatEteduction in Ladies Cloaks Great Eeduction in Heavy Boots Great Eeduction in Jeans Great Eeduction in Heavy Shoes Great Eeduction in Dress Goods Great Eeduction in all Woolen Goods tv c CJX Bil ealar orlta XC buy iw A CHURCH HAMMEK KBAXB vrtli aSovr I that ysar Brirtwy e M Se mnA PtBK nm itoaH S4AII wfclta ke rfiStoraaee A cesAMt -- - SIHILAK SDRRAHCB mM4 food aJiwTtiA mk 1mk At w fljJ ctmw IHHVIKKwafal of tarw www Wad JB kte n fiMMrt nd - M - - - miM - A tm A mm jrtTh iwfawiMtl latlMffluiii f xMmM m waUagtopir B tawfatte Hatter fa tht tefmiui Bote rtt M aseva Uttt Mttaac mh twtetr eeatrferts aettr KMSMOtttKlilte MfcMttatBft ad vuutr MA tan asd Mk tar Cfcafea ft Csi M ytm e4 ea that tfeeaTBaaa Is oo timpaatef Aangar arfll rtt tha psrert and wattatt mitAt aoa milk fa pnfmooa MMm i rf this with 7ow3czaaTMtirestTtlxaasHaceat Sao ooa poosd packag Sat Tataaak Men aad road eaxefoUr IBW THIS TB THI t IMKI UfM HICKMAN YOURSELVES GHLdrftii - DE UG STORE Â¬ dr a a earis PHASICAN AND SURGEON KENTUCKY his Professional Services to tbe citizens of Hickmab ard vicinity janlG 80 rofaggi0ital ffariK CRY Pitchers Mothers like aa rocormnwai FOB ffiODK 0OWGILL Dr J HIS N Outten D Castoria it PysUUaA IT IS HOT HARCOTIC Office over ITolcombcs drug store Res- Â¬ idence Moulton St near Court House Â¬ W T Plummer K PROFESSIONAL SER OFFERS to the citizens ef Hickman and vicinity Office Corner room in Laclede House rachH De A M PAEKEB DBUTIST remedies They heal sootfeeaad cureBurnsWonndsWeakB4wJe and Rheumatism Hpon Maa and Sprains Galls and ness upon Beasts Cheap qalclc Worlds great CENTAUR IilNIMENTS tiM Pain-KeUe-riB lmt and reliable o c Â¬ Patsnt artistic manner Special attention givon to tbe reputation of childrens teeth July 4- - 79 OSce in Millet Block ALL operotions performed in the most Â¬ C AND REAL ESTATE AGEN1 HICKMAN KY Ex- - Hughlette Wilson Alioraic at liatr 11 p h Pocket SEWINGmCHJ tqxaratiiy at tho SSaBaU UREIB hniltlA of construction -u 000000 having - j yY and it is not half completed The original contractors havo eighty years in which to finish the job tbe cost of which when finished will be 28000 000 f3SttSraA - nd in accordance with tho es5S nnn5 opinion of the best lawyers in the State Y PrescKptioas mrfpLncrctor Warws Safe nick- JS5S1 ought Sold Rented ad and Taxes Paid Tesetaote prepaxanoo aoo ua aw mordr In tea world JOT KrlMTa J r romcTti Dr Ctrzttfi JTIAwr titer a Urn On tat permanently located II -- Â¬ i - -- Â¬ Â¬ South Carolina beats all the States or fecundity The Northern Republi- Â¬ cans being used to small families or no families at all are beginning to ad mit that Geo Walkers first count of that State was correct and that the increase of population is thoroughly legitimate and not fraudulent as they charged Ogden Utah is the first city west of the Mississippi River lo adopt tbe eleotrio light A flag staff sixty feet high is to be run up from tbe Court bouse dome giviog an elevation of two hundred feet from which four lights of three thousand candle power each are guaranteed to abundantly illumin- Â¬ ate a mile in diameter The lights will bein operation in January Memphis is in trouble about its water supply It is now said that its grand system of sewerage which has cost so much will be death breeding nests to the whole population unless tbe water supply shall be adequate to keep the sewers sufficiently flushed Unfortunately it appears the water works are not the property of the city which must depend on the enterprise and industry possibly the whims of in Â¬ dividuals over whom it has no control for its water Mrs Wilson who has been appointed Custom House inspector at New York Jiai a remarkable history She distinguished herself in 1872 by taking command of a disabled ship and after battling with tho elements twcdlVOne days arrived safely at St Thomas or husband the captain waaJiabJcd She took command aud by injuries brought tbe vessel safely though tcr rifio weather tho men obeying her im plicitly She is a widow with one ohild Tho Washington monument is ac tually rising to completion after a cen- Â¬ tury of spasmodic effort and frothy re- Â¬ solutions Tho work on the monument which had been resolved upon in 1783 was only begun in 1848 when Robert C Winthrop laid the corner stone In 1851 when iho structure hid reached 230 a height of 130 feet the fund 000 were exhausted and nothing was dono until 1S70 when Congress appro priated S2000UO tocomplute the work The presont height is 175 feet but the shaft will bo carried to a height of 550 Another ap Â¬ feet above tho ground propriation will bo necessary this year Mark Twaius recipe for New Eng land pie To mako this excelleut breakTake a fast dish proceed as follows suffioiancy of water and a sufficiency of flour and construct a bullet proof Vork this into tho form of a dough disk with tho edges turned up some three fourths of an inch Toughen and kiln dry it a couple of days iu a mild but unvarying temperature Con struct a cover for this redoubt in tho same way aud of the same material Fill with stewed dried apples aggra vte with cloves lomeo peel and slabs of oitron odd two portions of New Or loana sugar then solder en the lid and set in a safe plaoe till it netrifics Serve cold at breakfast aud invite your enemy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tbe Governor has summarily sat down upon the indictments against the news- Â¬ papers for publishing the Whips lottery advertisement In Berlin the average number of horses killed for food this year bas been 450 per month while last year it was 350 All the horses eaten are killed in a central slaughter house and eaoh horse before it is killed is carefully examined by two veterinary surÂ¬ Â¬ Store of laa8sr l f lAti va hvh nPlOllaoliif o ittlaa madaa ivauii vivo auaubw w gflllection of claims and investiga- onAMlnll V 3irjudcialTJistrTctr58S aiviiivj mitt rH suvrinennjBbteln oUJ ngr o Ka Testlmonlala oTtfeUcfeaat a HMfb lAatgM dm can ior r to faeaf diseases off Fat tha cure of Brtsafa aa4 tha mad BUCK COWGIXiXi HfA HICKMAN R T Tyler KENTUCKY Attorneys at Law BMP 3 WARHERS SAFE BITTERS Itlstbabest Blood PavaraaSaaaaIi arar function to mora bealtbfal iKca i wuoss Deneni au fuseaoam in IinrCwa go 2 ea W Office It cores iKiufuIoaa and otbwl Uona sad Disease lntiaOUs iMoucri BrsMpata WaaJcaeas erase aeaeaaaaa at- e- aro cared trt tbe llr BDcqaaled as ao cpgwUan and ragntar i ooiuea oi two auaa pneaa a ATTEND TO ALL entrusted to their care Millet Block geons l C L EANDLE Ar LAW A K McCIure editor of tha Philadelphia Times is about to visit the various Southern capitals for tbe purpose of seeing for himself and re porting upon the state of affairs in the Southern Slates This is not only timely but Col MoClure is the best man in the North to undertake the task Col ATTORNEY Qaletur glTaa Keaa aad to Bta f maaaeaai rattaraal Wtta aad nt on Rax atom traUoa brooaaooeka DT axeaaa work mental asd oabae Powarfol aa It la to atop pais aa as tarbed Karres It oTar latere tfca --T f wbataer takaa la assail or Ursa dona BoKtaa U two alsas wlcaa Mo aad WARNER SAFE MERVIHS S2l r Will attend promptly to all bus I WftJfcfiiiHCwness entrusted him in Southwestern Collector Real Estate Agent HICKMAN KT An aa bnsaadiata aad aeUia TttaMIini aagcarat WARNERS SAFE PtLLS NnSSKrsHsi - aowaaj j sd wcrWt llQOEeaaoJ do aMoaaoiaa A man in Nevada has given up the business of liquor saloon keeping after an experience of two weeks For says ho if limes aro lively and bus iness good a mans customers are liable to get dronk and kill him while on the other band if times are dull and people dont drink be is sure to starve to death Carelessness of letter writers and package renders sent 33536G1 letters and paokages to the Dead Letter Office last year Of these 300000 had the wrong address and 9000 were left blank The money letters missent contained nearly S1G00O0O A little care in mailing matter would prevent Headquarters Jor all Kinds of School all thi- Boohs and School Supplies Speaker Randall of Pennsylvania in a recent letter to Hon Oscar Turner says that the uext House will stand 147 Republicans 144 Democrats and 2 Grcenbaokors who will act with the Democrats It turns out that Tom Turners defeat by John D White io Kentucky lost tho Houso to the DEALER IN Princeton Banuer Democrats Tbe bridegroom did not appear at a Sacramento wedding until an hour af is excuso School aijd Miscellaneous ter tho appointed time was that going to a saloon for a drink of brandy to brace up his cuurago he had unaccountably fullen asleep over the glass A subsequent investigation showed that ho had beeu drugged at the instance of a girl with whom he had broken off au engagement Â¬ Grants gold and jeweled caskets re Stationery Wall Paper Picceived at London and Dublin when ho was presented with tho freedom of those ture Frames cities are now on exhibition at u ba Â¬ zaar iu Buffalo for the benefit of Iho Homeopathic Hospital of that city The casketswore loaned by Goo W Fochet Cutlery Toys and Fancy Cbilds the custodian of Grants treas ures at the request of an ardent friend Goods of the General residing at Buffalo CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KT The season of tho year is at hand when thn defective fluo will play an important part iu impoverishing individuals or lessening the cash of fire in tSend for copies of my New Reduced surauce companies Tho lossos by a Price Lists of Picture Frames Ckromos fire are not usually compensated by any Brackets Croquet Set and Bast Ball for insurance and it behooves all people to 1878 to their chimneys and avort a cat see astropho that may put them to untold embarrassment and suffering The burning of a dwelling house with tbe destruction of furoituro and wearing space to name all articles but no apparol ontails tho keenest privations trouble to show goods and housekcepars cannot be too careful Come and Bee at tho corner of Troy to use all precautious to prevent suoh and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ey ly jaa25 a calamity Â¬ 3s at H Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention jrixen to the inTestira tion of Land titles and the purchase ana gale ef Real Estate f jn8tf IkTTQSH lUI wnMaaaaaHdotMd El rt rHaW oaaofc H BaWTBrWBBofosa BaoSfSSBoBa TYT ms Bwflft Pry BfcMWBwii IKbbbbbbUbw MSSMMlk a i gp NewINewIINewI CA SrlE Staple and Fatiov T 3E Retail Dealer In rtecps in stock at nil times fresh and choice Groceries Provision Canned and Fresh Fruts Sec Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov7 ljgBrgBEEBBBTaTBM SnSSotSRB8sB4TBBa7BTBTBTf 35oaSs alBflflflVft M BflW jtrBWBBBBoBaiH J W ROGERS anl Conrectioneries Will be pleased to see his old customers and will both suit them in prico aud quality Call and see Quiet Sale3 and Braalf Trouts us Wont bo undersold jan4tf Â¬ GEOCEEIES JR EEPS all kinds of staplo and fancy MairVigor ITS FOR RESTORING GRAY HAW NATURAL VITALITY ANB COitR Is Ayers Tt Farnily Grocery and Coffee Sugtr Molas Â¬ Lard Baron c to be found in Hickman Having no partner to divide profits with will sell gooJs the cheaper Speciality in Coffees Green Ground and Roasted CTnc and seo for M METHENY KEEPSFlour Provision Store the best yourself BSyConntry produce nf all kinds taken in exchange for goods or Cash marl5 preserving tho hair It restores IA tho gloss and freshness of youth faded or gray light and red hair to rick brown or deep black aa may be desired By its use thin hair Is thickened aad baldness often though not always cured It checks falling of the hair immedl ately and causes a new growth In aU cases where the glands are not decayed while to brashy weak or otherwise diseased hair it imparts vitality strength and renders It pliable It is a most agrceablo drlBgwIiIel at onco harmless and effectual tt s4 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN KY IK ISIS C2 SLSsaaaBsaa a3 DEALER Â¬ 10MB AND GRAVE STONES fine lot of Amer Â¬ HAVINO received aMarble I am pre- Â¬ Italian pared to fill all orders Call and examine our work egOrders from the country promptly filled may26 Italian and American Marble MONUMENTS The Vigor cleanses tho scalp euros and prevents the formation of dandruff and by Its cooling stimulating and soothing properties it heals most if not all of the humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp keeping it cool clean and soft under which conditions disease of die scalp and hair are impossible As a Dressing for Toadies Hair The Vigor is incomparable It is color less contains neither oil dot dye sad will not soil white cambric It impart an agreeable and lasting perfume aad as an article for the toilet it is economi Â¬ cal and unsurpassed hi its excellence PREPARED BY DR Lowell BOLD Sale and Livery Stable h C AYER Mass A tH Practical and Analytical ST Cnftmtata W Family Groceries DIESTELBRINK B WmKENTUCKYPlummer STREET 17 EEPS constantly on hand for hire IV and sale HORSES BUGGIES Sola by IU DBCOaUTS XTZBIWUBS HetceXBS NO and HACKS AU kinds of Groceries hams ildei So Thankful for patronage heretofore ex I will not b tended him he solicits a continuance of as cheap as tho cheapest same undersold JOHN WITTING-- LOWER and LOWER I BT - l safife T m rWFBt rAj - wP jlTf -- W 1 V 3 Hickmans Financial Condition Jolin Kcllyt tho great Plumbline ii Louis block of the Democracy of New York REST0R3D HOW LOSTr HBW A Literary Society and In pursuanco of the requirements of city lias been routed horse foot JUSr PUBLISHED a new the city charter I herewith submit to our dragoon and there is a slight prospect Well what is lhatT FSLDAYi DEO 17 1880 edition of Db Culyehwelisj An organization of intelligent peo Â¬ citizens a renort of the financial condibar Cklkbbatk3 Essat on the rad tion of enr city The report is usually that the untcrriGed may act in ple wlio meet once a week and participate made in the form of a message to the coun- Â¬ mooy then hereafter ical cure without medicine of Spermator Â¬ Local Hems rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary in select readings declamations politicnl cil by the Mayor and published in that Seminal Losses Impoteney Mental and Anothrr arctic expedition is in con- Â¬ social or literary discussions and vocal way but Mayor Tyler being absent and Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar- Â¬ Bert cemrotinleatlons en ntiMic the time having arrived I as chairman templation by the Louden Rnyal riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy qseetisas printed bat notresponsible ana instrumental music of the finance committee present the Geographical Society 1181 GOOD NEWS TO ALL things keep If Q Welt whalgdad would it do for eetlseaUar expressions- - of eqrxes and fits induced by self indulgence or following c pondeate except where wo re fuse to give sexual extravagance A It would cultivate a 1tc for read TouU revenue 1S30 C84848 on something is bound to be difcovcr The celebrated author in this admir Â¬ name ef aalfcor L Privilege taxes 81076 cd up North after awhile but what ing music discussion and literature COS able Ts3ay clearly demonstrates from ft Market master 10 00 irood will it do anybody after it i Q Weli what else thirty years successful practice that the Back taxes Cere is feegiaoiBg to come io pretty 121G3 round if it is to cost eo many lives to alarming consequences of self abuse may A It would cultivate the skill of the City court SEALERS IN C3000 set there7 lively and tke wharf aad warehouses look be radically cured without the dangerous members iu these arts Â¬ like business the Total Tcvenuc loss com for col 717070 B Medicines Paints Oils use of internal medicine orout a applica-of Q Well what else Drugs mode tion of th knife pointing EhJer Cook will preicHat tneCbri D1H1HJIISK1IEXT3 A It wotud afford the young people cure at once dimple certain and effectual lisn ChBxch Sunday aadSVkday eight pood entertainment without Torcing ihcm Set apart for funded debt 122137 by means of which every sufferer no mat Â¬ STATIONERY AN ELECTION will be held at the City Paid on unfunded and R II ter what iiis condition may be may cure at tbt usual hours lo go to the bar rooms or on the streets Hall in the City of Hickman on MON Â¬ bonds C4533 himiclf cbeapley privately and radically DAY the 3rd day of January 1881 to The coadHCtora an train fain of J Q Woll what else Paid refunded taxes and Thi9 Lecture should be in the hands elect a Mayor and six Councilmen to city marshal saUry 1879 10280 A It would point out to the young the carrajlfeedare aow aniforaed ItLelps of every youth and every man in tbe land serve for tho year 1881 Sent under seal in a plain envelope ta highest and purest means of entertain- Â¬ Total expense city govern- Â¬ tie looks et things Judges Jno W Cole and Joseph Kirk 1880 ment including any address post paid on receipt of six ment and teach them to aspire to ho men AGENTS FOR pat rick er elreet work salaries c 210053 Itsas bfeea noted that the rquirreln nd women cents or two postage stamps Uy order of the City Council Dec Gib of intelligence and thought Address the Publishers have starel mere ants tfcaa tttaat lets 1880 Attest THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE Total disbursements Q Well what else 710910 THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO yearj wH winter abead C R E MILLET 41 Ann St New York P O Box 4688 BONDED DEBT A It will furnish an excellent char Â¬ JyST compUto line of Heating and acter f aocial 2226000 atertaiamcnt for the win Â¬ Funded bonds Ceefcla Steves of the season to le found For Councilman TOTJK Unfunded bonds BRING 74000 oot W Diestlebrink announces that be is a J W CORMANfc COSi ter evenings at 1 - for Councilman fL Q Welt bnl no other towns have them Total city debt aad says that 2300000 candidateDr H 8peeeerf Halkeytown Â¬ TjUMTZ 8CHKOEDEK A Every town in the Northern and I think I can safely say that there nev- Â¬ while electioneeringcostthrough tho Hick IIL has Hem visiting HIekataatkla week and dont Eastern 8talea has one or more according er has been a time in the history of Hick man Courier at all as it a great deal would FASHIONABLE used to he treating not irlla flair to locating here to papulation and many of these clubs man when its financial condition was as like to know howfmany good friends he good as it is now Sa people vp Bait ere faaalin hare large libraries splenpid halls for SHOE MAKER- who would like to have him for a XTTUOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER BOOT AND The 422437 mentioned in tbe above has Councilman Gentlemen remember tbe eaoaga te te aetaally tw Ike meeting aad large memberships report as set apart for funded debt paid 1st Monday in January 1881 SHOP North West corner of Meieotr vadef tke werUasxt spring Q Well but they are all Republican every dollar of principal and Interest due nd Troy Avenues East Hickman ay upon that debt and leaves a jurplus to the OURvjaterBrlslng friend J W Rogers tewna Satisfaction guaranteed 3 fund credit 91785 it It maw rearitUt splendid lot of meyO A Do yea wast to go to the devil hen cannot of that for of purposeand as to J be used any than Qntterieewktea ka i eSeringforeare al because the Republicans are going to liquidate that debt seven hnnared aad ae very leweci ynees fifty dollars of that surplus was used to heaven Skave felkeweleekiBg fonrara TOGETHER WITn THE LARGEST STOCK OF Q No hat we have nobody ktre able take up 1891 bonds thereby saving inter- Â¬ AHD est to the amount of 495 Last year we HICKMAN KENTUCKY with glad kearie t ike approaching trail to carry on such a club labored under a debt of 2000 in checks Ladlfes and Gents boots and shoes made aay paUeat eklMrea tkaywlllbe A Yea wa hare all or lawyers phy Â¬ which by the end of the year we suc Â¬ In Â¬ to order aad in the latest fashion aere eeea sicians teachers aad many of oar mer Â¬ ceeded In redueing to 1100 and now at visible patches put on whelk last longer the close of 1880 there Is not a cheek oat tkaa when sewed All I ask Is a trial Th at SL lcnr chants and numbers of oar ladies abd and all tbe expenses of the city govern- Â¬ BENNIE McINTOSH announces ta the Shop next door to City Barber Shop some or the fapUa ef nr schools will fraa at lea aa navigation re ment paid in fact in every department public that ha has addod to his Confeo ud feb7 79 tioaery estaolishment help us funded debt general fund wharf and tmed 8C Lesle beats will all be aat in Q Then lets have IL cemetery the e is a balance to the eredit ewaey CO C0R1CAN of each and not a claim due against any and keeps good Baker a employed of them unpaid Tha St Leila reHreaa are eatrkg WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE IX DEALXai TINS AM IT WILL BE TO This year will extinguish the river FRESH BREAD ROLLS CAKES kc TaiesJearraBy A eaaa efts sow go fraa HUTUQ AJTB U bank bonds on tbe Millet and Robinson Persons giving Dlnings Suppers Si Eeals a New York as cheap aa he can block and will give the city that revenue Weddings Receptions Festivals c sup- Â¬ Guns Cafreai St Louis to Ckleago IF YOU WANT TO BUY next year and also a very much increas- Â¬ plied on reasonable notice dlO ed revenue from large amout Snpptle AND BA VE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF Tha efwellvag boss of Mr Joha CHEAP CHRISTMAS GOODS of improvements taxes on thethe city this Hardware aad made in PISTOLS Also Manufacturers of Weatkerly la the sabarks of Hickman year and an increased pel tax on our GO TO NAILS Copper Tin and Sheet Iron Ware increased population was dtslaiyet by are Saturday sight WOMENS MISSES AND CHILDRENS CUSTOM HAND MADE SHOES In fact from the CASTINGS MAIfGLtTS BAKERY present prosperous outlook for Hickman JOB WORK aad Repairing ef all Ketkjjtg serai except two beds J c TOOLS Faaey brands and Plain Candy Candy with a certainty of increased revenue if ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF kinds done with neatness aad dispatch Toys and an assortment of all THOSE Dolmans frtm New York haYO the economical financial management for FRENKS OLD STAND kinds of Fancy Toys Real jatvarrived Call an 4 see them the past two years be continued a very 25cts Lower than the Lowest All kinds of 23 K PLAUT BRO CALIFORNIA MALACCA GRAPE3 J few years will pay the entire debt lead to 1 hare no clerk expenses no store rent of taxes and still have ample AT PRICES TilAT DEFY COMPETITION Ssppote abate Hickman merchant Oranges Apples Nuts c We keep a a reduction carry on the City Government STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES and pay cash for all uy Groceries and fine lot of Cakes for Christmas cheaper revenue to GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ tries tie cask system truthfully and prac Â¬ than the cheapest I regret tb it we have not been able to do usually kept in a first class house at bot- Â¬ IRON WARE est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone more work on the streets this year but tom prices tically withoat the slightest Tariation We announce to the citizens of Hick- Â¬ Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low Â¬ revenue saloons DATES JOB WORK done to order sack as est far 881 and let tbe people see the differ man that we are selling 3 Loaves of the falling off of the preventedfrom from do- Â¬ FAN Or CAHDIES JOHN WITTING I billiard tables us MINCE MAAT c PICKLES IO Cent show the most elegant stock of CLOTHING ever c Roofing Guttering Spoutine We still hold the lead and can jnce between cash prices aad credit Bread for ing any more CRANBERRIES HOMINY ORITS Orders for Cakes promptly filled to fit the smallest three or the Gold Stove Clinton Street brought to Hickman besides being able Sjr Mot ice prices This Council has been compelled to run WITTING KATSER dec7 feb 79 Hickman Ky year old to the largest man A fine line of c Coffees Soaps FULTON CIRCUIT COURT the city under many nnfavorable circum- Â¬ Tha cold snap f November was a R C Prathers admr pi tiff fiWilnot be undersold was a less V There is no denying bat that Hick stances the worst of which for several Equity against c Will payjull price for ButterEggs aaasl extraordinary and panling one revenue than any Council R C Prathers heirs and cred man is regaining some trade from sec- Tears aa the following statement wilt WVing been esld in spots tbe mercury itors defendants Indicating n some parts of the country tions which years age traded here but show 1872 Notice is hereby given to the creditors S10895 00 In rear of building Next Doer to Holcombes Drug Store Perfect order kept within aa area of forty er fifty miles which for same years past has been di- 18i3 of R C Prather deceased that the un- Â¬ 10079 00 and only innocent amusements allowed Will be found in this Department We sec some verted toother trade points HICKMAN KY dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton CLINTON ST Igkt degrees above ere yjj v JfiuJ of these old time customers on the 1875 Circuit Court under an order in the above 9300 00 No Christmas festivities in prospect Having just fitted up a neat SUA VINO styled cause will attend at the County O streets every day recently A talk with f Ivl vU SALOON in the room next door to Hol- Â¬ Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from hereabouts bare yet been announced The some of them throws light on the trade AOI I f JJ f lat combes Drug Store I am prepared to ac- Â¬ the date heretf until the 21st day or Feb- Â¬ 0309 00 era of rood cheer will eelze the yonng eituation and relations of Hickman 1878 ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF lY commodate every one in need of Shaving ruary 1881 to receive and hear proof of people about next week and then bops which our business men Hair Cutting Dyeing Sbampooing or claims against said decedent and that all might profit by Total SG300000 defaces festivals soirees in anything in the Tonsorial line c c will be considering They admit that they can Or an average of 9000 a year Out of claims not presented to him and proven as etc order of Ike day MICKJIAXKEJiTCCKY Children Ilntr Cnttln n Specialty required by liw within the time specified bny all kinds of heavy goods at Hickman which was left a debt in checks of 2000 Having had long experience I feel con above will be forever barred S3300 00 WEfeare juit reetived a fresh supply cheaper than thej an buy them at any of Revenue 1879 MR WILLIAMS takes pleasure in an- Â¬ fident of giving satisfaction and solicit a JMJ A WILIUI Revenuo 1880 7170 28 nouncing to the publio that he has just Cf Fancy Candy Toy Pistols c which the interior towns but list that fWi AuAM share of publl U ri MasteriWr Fulton Circuit CourU received a full assortment of sept 1 lfil Jus viaBaBBBaaceiBlnEr sScta Tota af inus or goods notions and aaaaaaaatwl 15470 28 are will sell as low as tke lowest - w CONFECTIONERIES I JT nLT -- WA-L DELWARD IF KLINE LEVI OOLDBURG AND IMBO naaaaaaaaw i vefgaavt ycari78o 00 and the above He has also employed a firs rhere fSuts do not fm J AMSEEGSgNS JotSMl iLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaf Wo troiyile to show gqoitiL i reducing the aver- saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa pleased to witionall i np-n- rT- i rui BBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaBBBaaaaBlLJ h nil buy elsewhere as ciwBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWaaaBHBjBjfeudsai oirtnTTCTriaTrSTjSRM to cet news sometimes cheaper than in aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawSll le wool aaaVr saaaaaaHE i t saaa I p in iteguiar uuuruura HCtO jSV vged by the week neighborhood in Fulton THftr nn1rpifT tliat ITirilcman itCms from every A A Fabis jc 5Sfc j vaI a a v Chairman Finance Committee county and ask our subscribers to co Â¬ cotton market but that they calfcn About I w srs a iT-i 0 i co Noticeueis herebygiven to the credito operate with ps to this end We are arn Â¬ as well on grainlive stock kc hi inte icas to make the Cookie a paper of rior points Hickman is by long odds iJreU dPWr Skllick7 deceased that the List of Holiday Goods T- nndersigned Commissioner of the Fulton greater facal interest than ever the best market for the farmer to buy farm That are sold lower at J Amberg Sons If you want to make your wife anil Circuit Court under an order in the abovo children happy go lo J W ROGERS and wagons and this often attracts trade here than any other place in the town NE OF TnE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER styled cause will attend at the County get a can of iresu Mackerel only 75 cents Consignments Solicited Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky npI30 Fine assortment of Toys Toilet Setts from a considerable distance In the per can Silver Plated Butler Knives EST Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country from the date hereof until the 21st furniture line Hickman is now equal to 79 may9 s Very Vases Pianos Music Doxes Live Stock etc Silver Plated Desert Knives day of February 1881 to receive and hear aud SEE the nice Ready Produce any market The item of cotton seed this 8SCALL cheap eft proof of claims against said decedent Made Clothing at Ivory Handle Desert Knives year Is attracting very considerable trade and that all claims not presented to him FORTUNES DRUG STORE dacl7 tf J AMBERGS SONS to this placed for it is the only point this Ivory Handle Dinner Knives and proven as required by law within tbe time specified above will be forever Jadg Wiiey P Fowler for nsaay side of Nashville or Memphis which offers White Bone Handle Dinner Knives FOR THE FINEST JNO A WILSON Variety of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can The politest attention given to patrons barred yers Jadga is tilt District fi in Fa a real market From these points onr Gold Plate Scarf Pins Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court Meats and Pickles call at Meals from 6 to 8 and A splendid cook 82 He was business people may learn tbat the great 1 laeak last Saturday aged sept 1 1880 J W ROGERS Gold Plate Bib Pins from 12 to 2 oclock Special rates lo reg- Â¬ aa ef eke purest aad best of men A11 want of Biebmaa is to so redace the price se30 ular boarders Meals 25c Gold Collar and Caff Buttons FOR SALE OR RENT Commissioners Notice REFITTED REFURNISHED on fancy and lighter goods as to hold the HOUSE nAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED fCsr oldsst eiUxeas Convenient to river end railroad and attentive Some cheap DWELLING HOUSES in THIS thoroughly renovated FULTON CIRCUIT COURT With one aeeerd speak of kim s a maa of sameaargin over eoapetisg points that Good kid Gloves for Ladies and Men watch kept and altogether one of ihe best appointed hotels in this section Abner Youngs admr plaintiff Ineorraptlble eascaeUr pare And upright wa bow bold as to what are called heavy Berlin Gloves Back Gloves Gents Scarfs West Hickman having 5 AND Equity All those my wheat or bran against 5 W may979 goods then If possible Aoild np a regu Â¬ aad gaatleaeaa SACKS will please return tbem at once Abner Youngs heirs and credit J Ties e 31 dec3 8t and better priced live stock market S NWHITE ors defendants J AMBERG SONS f Tbe dailjaa wsfaper mdera of Bfck- - lar also a graa market which will offer Notice is hereby given to the creditors to tha greatest lax- - and aaaa areavew treated Wlitalcy of Abner Young deceased that the un Â¬ wy Ek ear alsUry aad that Is Cfasy new a atargta to attract mete shipment here The best grades of whisky kept at rea- Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton OX HAXD WX KEEP C03ITAJIILT COTTON The market brisk and aver- - sonable prices by get the LcalsTUta Cearier JeraalaBd Theao are facts It they can be remedied Circuit Court under an order in the above FRESB BREAD ROLLS COFFEE styled cause will attend at the County apl80 J W ROGERS eaiag of it wUlba better for ear business interests age reoeipts Ordinary 9c Good Ordi- Â¬ CewktiHa Catcaareeal eadfae CAKE CAKES PIES HOMECourt Clerks office in Hiekman Ky nary 10c Low Middling 10J Striot Mid th aama stay they are arlated Wa feel MADE CIDER CRACKNOW IS YOUE CHANCE USTotice from the date hereof until the 21st day ef dling lie ERS NUTS PICKLES SAR Â¬ Uka were he aura a tkeeaaad sailes to get the nicest let of New Orleans Gro proof receive and Febrnary 1881 All parties indebted to Steagaia Co DINES FRESB OYSTERS c of claims againsttosaid decedent hear that delivered on river CORN and saarar tk kead eaatre ef aewa err a ceries ever brought to Hickman and very 40c mixed While White delivered atbankÂ¬ are requested to come forward and settle de ALSO 37c all claims not presented to him aad proven far we aae Jfor we sear get yea nas pa-- cheap sueh as and thereby save cost We are compelled pot in Hickman 43c mixed 40o A full assortmeet of Plain aad Fancy as required by law within tke time spec Â¬ r tk BiVe Je tt le jriatei to have avjney to meet our indebtedness Extra Prime Sagar ified above will be forever barred CAXBIXS JNO A WILSON HABB1ED peelfnlly Extra Choice Soger tfaerAtta Tirana tin A full line of Cigars Tobacco and Ciga- Â¬ --- -r-i7 Master Commr Fnltoa Circuit Court BTEAGALA rettes always kept in stock CO Yellow Clarified Sagar novl2 g Ciayiay ahd Seataett Family BaaaaaaaavaJaaaaV At the residence of Mr John Townaend sept 1 1880 ata P S Orders for Weddings aad Parties Off White Sugar tho brides brother en Wendnesday the far few sights at City Hall to promptly attended to PSseaaaaaGiaaV aaS Snow White Sagar 16th inat by Judge H C Bailey Mr Commissioners Notice gpameaeatoat Bight U a entitled KAY8ER WITTINO oot8 Thomas J Baixow and Hiss Sallib E All penonsJydebted lo Bondurant Sagar 38m Jaattaa er tke Lore ef a Motkers Graaalaled FULTON CIRCUIT COURT Drewry either by note or account are Harris both of this county Powdered Sagar Jas Brantleys admr plaintiff mrtm Ike pregraaau skows a ferae of Long may they live In happiness and respectfully requested to call and settle hEqally against Crush Sagar on or before the 1st of Jan 1881 and twealy twp fadles and gentlsmen We j DXAtxas IV Jas Brantleys heirs and credit Prime Bio Coffee prosperity thereby save costs c This is a fair and Kraattke eeBtpaay atay equal their repu ers defendants At the residence of R J Hunt the timely notice and we mean business Choice Rio Coffee latieaaaatkat tkk eemmaaity may en Notice is hereby given te tke creditors brides father by Judge H C Bailey on DREWRY BONDURANT Extra Choice Rio Coffee Wednesday the 15th init Mr James E a ekrer dramatic Seast of Jas Brantley deceased that the an dec7 Mooxx and Miss Maet S Host Old Cardova Coffee darsigned Commissioner of tke Faltoa aaaaaaaaLS k aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai 1 aaaaaaHS JaaaH k Cireait Court under an Order ia the above Java Coffee G-styled cause will attend at tke County Prime Molasses MJSL who wtaA to bay ckeap goods aad Cotton and cotton poods have taken Court Clerks office in Hickmas Ky Choice Molasses quite a rise witnio the last Jew weeks from the date hereof until the 21st day of good geeds tf tkey win call on J Am JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICKS Ex Cboiee Molasses February 1881 to receive and hear proof rgcaa aay time between this date and These goods are au new and will give Cotton west up three dollars per balo of latest Fall and Winter of claims against aaid decedent and tbat advance Fashions and a large lot or samples or all claims not presented to him and prov Â¬ tV2Stk of December can gat bottom satisfaction Special inducements offer Three hospitals will be established French English and German goods en as required by law within the time Gentlemen are invited to call and ex e COFFINS MATRASSES specified above will be forever barred Ffieesa Jeans Flaasef Bed Tick Plaids ed towbolessle Buyers on the line of the St Louis and Iron aept2G J AMBERG SONS JZiV A 1T1LiSU1 d7 2t Deeaaatief Skirtings Eheetings Dress Mountain railroad for the benefit of KENTUCKY HICKMAN Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court its employes or others who may be Good TAKEW all styles and qnalitiesCloaks sept 1 18S0 Bbickmakees Wanxed There is injured on its line A STRAY by Jno Tittsworth fcol Del mass 8fea wis Furs Ladles and Miss a reasonable certainty that a large quan living about C miles east of Hick- Â¬ Gen Grant attended churea in tity of brick wUl be in demand hereabouts man one half mile south of the State eHoMc After the preach- Â¬ road in Fulton county Ky on the 10th next spriag and summer and we have Brooklyn Sunday We keep tke best Custom Made Ladies been requested to note the fact that some ing the people refused to leave the inst ONE BAY MARE MULE aged about This 10 years about 14 hands high but having WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON Calf and Eld aide button and side lace enterprising person or persons may pre house until Beecher remarked DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF reasonable term lying one fourth of and Shoes pare for the basicess Some wko can house is for tho worshipToT God and no brands or marks perceivable 00 mile south west of the Court House In which 1 appraise at the value of S50 not man We offerectxt Inducements in Mens make food brick the town of Hickman embracing about Witness my hand this 20th day of No Â¬ FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES The liability of newspapers for pub- Â¬ vember 1880 J W MAYES Hats Cape Boots Clothing Overcoats of land nearly all under fence with a A BILL FOR TE RELIEF OF THE PEO- Â¬ lishing lottery advertisements is to be decl7 J P F C PLE OF HICKMAN KENTUCKY aad Shoes for the next thirty days tested in Kentucky the Louisville LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING AGENTS FOB AND SPECIAIi Be it enacted by the General Attcmhbj of the Courier Journal and Evening Post aa - botsWi J AMBERG SONS good Cistern and Stables young bearing Commonwealth of Kentucky ALSO AGENTS FOR Orchard of selected fruit good Garden also other Journals in different parts As a stray by U C Prather living in WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES c Circle of Safety Tho members Sec 1 That upon the petition of spot and good lots of never failing water Fulton county Ky on tlwe Hickman and of the State having been indicted citizens real estate owners and of tke Circle f Safety will take notice For terras apply to the under Â¬ Dresden road 3 miles west of Jordan Sta- Â¬ for Stock THRESHERS COS GAAR SCOTT Coughs Colds Soro Throat Bron- Â¬ A woman accidentally went to church tion ono red yearling steer with star in at tho tax payers of the City of Hickman Ky signed orT M French C F C C that the next meeting will be duly presented to the City Council of B R WALKER chitis Asthma Consumption his forehead Hie end of his tail white j30 S0 Odd Fallows Temple next Monday night said City thirty days before any regular with two bonnets on her head--on- e C Keops on hand repairs for same or And All DlKUKi ofTHBOAT and LVSOS and each alternate Monday night thcre- - election at whick the office of Marshal of stuck inside the other and the women No other marks at brauds perceivable 1 tXMSl TO STAY I which I appraise Pat op ta Qout Slzs Bottla for Fusil TJm after The programme for next Monday said City is to be filled it shall be lawful in the congregation almost died of Given under my hand this SOth day of Sclant fieslly prparst at Bilum Tola Crjtill- to submit to the vote of envy was a new kind October 1830 They thought it for said Council Kock CanJj Old Kj nd other tonic Tb frortnul O W MILES THE BEUCLAn night is COMPANY la known to oar best phjstaUna U hljchl comni6Qdi the qualified legal voters of said City the J P F C novl2 4w br tbem and tbs analrsls of onr jnoat promlnann 1st Song Misses EalieEingman and question as to whether or not they will of bonnet and too sweet for anything Prof O A In dbicairo la on tb Cairo Hickman New Madrid ehemUt enrr bottK J1AU1NKR known to tnamedieai Ubelof It UwaU The women of the Aberdeen Miss Wattle Rose surrender tbe charter of said City and profewion tbat TOLU IIOCK and UYK wQl afford tb MANUFACTURERS OF TUP 3 rreatost rvltof for Congba Colda InQnanxa Bronchitis thereby cease to exist as a corporation Presbyterian church have surprised 2nd Harp Solo Rebt W Buck ir Tbroat Weak Lunjri alao ODnaumpUon ta tbe Ir STRAY by Andrew Shuck liv- 3W Sec 2 If eaid City Council should re- Â¬ the old fogies of their section by going clplent and adranrrd ttftices Srd Select Beading Miss Emma Mc Used aa a BKVKRAli K and APPETIZER tt makoe a g in ruiton county tveniucKy fuse upon such petition to order said into the Geld to pick cotton to help dalUbtfnl tnnU for family tn U plaaaaat to Uka It Calehen weak or dehUiUtad It kItm tone aaUritj and atreacvi election they shall be subject lo a penal mils east of Hickman on what is known They work ct the reg as the Shuck road ONE RED JjTEERjwitli to tne wnole tinman xrme 4th Instrumental duet harp and guit ty of one thousand dollais each to m re their church covered by icdictment in the Fulton Cir- - ular price too jC5 cents per hundred white face marked with under bit m the ar J H Milieu right ear No other marks or brands per pounds ss5EgS3tnES5aS8 niMfif DurTULU KUUAniJ Cth Debate Rttohtd That Ike ben suit Court tha anlvm4tlealej article marie lAareaalna bar m ceiviblc two ycirs old past which I ap- Â¬ This bill shall be in force from and af-Â¬ lni x GOVERNMENT STAMP on each bottle Boston Globe Henry Bergh broke praise at ten dollar S1000 tbat Iaye the egg is the mother of the ter its passage rra 1AWRENCE A MVKTLX Proprietor up a prison reform meeting 1u New Given under my Laud this the 21th day chicken aad not the hen that hatches the aiadlson Ntreet Caienca Masteb AMBROSE The Queens printer has pat his iork Tuesday evening by making a of Novembern830 gg AaU your Dmrxtat fo- - It O W MILES J P F C FOR THE NOW IS TUB TIME TO SUB3UIUBE your C3roccr nr lit The election of the officers of the Cir- Â¬ signature to the last sheet of the new Â¬ speech in which ho advocated whip- Â¬ This elegant passenger steamer will Wine Merchant HTaU jour auk yonr Mammafor ItItt I do certify the abovo post note is a truo for IB Children arrive at iuckiiihu going uown every cle will be in order that night and a full ly revised New Testament volumes of ping criminals by moans of a stents copy of tho records in my office this NoTuesday and Thursday up Wednesday which will be received sooq oo this engine Mr uergu s sympatjns ao not vember 2Itti 1830 Cr Kold 1r BRlUnWTS OKOCEKS aa4 xaecting is earnestly solicited W1XE MERCHANTS veryM hrw augO and Friday O W MILES J V F C side of tbe ocean dec3 4t ri5 as high as human animals C Hpculettk Wilsojt R 8 Q A Q A Viell THE HICKMAN COURIER Viii I h oT Snclcly wat is wanted Cincinnati Hickman St Fresh and Fure MANHOOD Â¬ Notice PlifPP eft Hi T P H0HTU1 Dry Goods Department Tobacco Oigars3 c tB a 5000 yards of Calico 5 and 6 cents per yard 4500 yards Domestics 4 5 6 and 8c per yd 2500 yards line Sea Island 9 cents per yard 120 rs arniif ml TiaJlk B ARERlt ConfeetionerY JL yards Cotton Flannel 10al5c per yard 1000 yards Bed Ticking 10 to 25c per yard 500 lbs Cotton Bating at 10c per pound 150 Bolts Crash Toweling at 8c per yard JQ Heavy White Counterpanes at 90cts 50 Bolts Bowling Green Jeans 35c per yd Cloaks and Winter Goods PRESCRIPTIONS and h0tmate R B Brevard m W Best aad H F Fetho Maker Blankets Waterproofs Shawls Cassimeres Xteeppi Lhu k New Bakery BOOTS AND SHOES J W YUR15TERET tF SOLAft TIP SCHOOL SHOE Mens and Boys Boots and Overshoes CKIS Hardware Cutlery Fahily Irocery BTJOKHTERS Kltba STOTES nsriEW CLOTHING Sugar -- Commissioners Overcoats Underwear Trunks Yalises and Â¬ Â¬ Shooting Gallery FURNISHING GOODS ARBER HOP A Williams SPOHTSMEMS OUTFITS RESTAURANT Wl Breech Loading Guns Pistols Powder Shot Gum Hunters Boots Blankets Tent Cloths Hardware and Groceries Tmikmmm I niri -- ii im j3Lft CITY ITEMS RSfiaKfkJ WHARFEOm CO 3 A OYERTON gsm m Ohristmas Goods HICKMAN HUE 1 HO KENTUCKY iiiL Chas Nichols -- kBlawlland Ptr The Markets Best -- Notice illl J TPltNER Propr HOLCGMBE c Mangels Bakery Y fa -r- irTrT k tnu fy SEPLE UP KISTNERl GARDNER j jy Greet Bargains VEeroliaTit John Griffin HAS Ti Tailor DRUGS AND MEDICINES HIOKMAN Paints Oils WKKF and Dye Stuffs KENTUCKY FUE1STITURE UP AS ONDURANT IIREWRY Agr icultu ral Irai piemen ts SALE I A CKE T JE O JTOVVJI SURE CUBE Taken Up twen-tr-fiv- hti lOTIM BAMli I TAKES ASJ STEEL PLOWS WAG ONS HICKMAN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS T t t t tvt a W Ill rr IAik Â¬ n ll M j bO x T -- 1 ife tapaML js2 w W i J w t- 1SSfcatiV v vi T jj y OTJE TOUJtG FOLKS tVe were olt in the kitchen none made inn Because we delighted in making a mass For mother was patient with ill out mistakes Though the seldom partook of the dear little cakes We rolled so nictly nor erer forbid Our cutting them round with the pepper box lid Our dollies were pleased with our efforts and we Were delighted 10 make them some cookies for tea And if as oft happened we usea too much spice Because we had made them we thought they were nice TVe rlajed we were nurses we played we were cooks And learned many things neTer printed in books A Dd eager for knowledge we thought it fine fan To watch how the canning and pickling was done One day in rfur hearing hid somebody Mid That no girl should mary who couldnt make bread And so we determined to make and to bake A loaf of which cone would refuse to partake Ah who of our failures will rentuie to tell Of the flour that we wasted the Ills that befell Not surely the mother who neer would complain Rat bid us hiTe courage and try it again lb practice makes perfect has often been said And truly applies to the making of bread And by dint of hard striTlng we managed to bake A leaf of which all were inclined to partake But onre we were caught in a terrible plight The ponge bad been properly set crer nlgbt And ercrythinc planned in an excellent way To hare a nice loaf of fresh bread the next day Tint when we went down at the hour of six Our wefMeaTened dough with more Sower to mix Unfeigned and loroiis oat stare of surprise TVben we saw that the sponge had neglected to rise I A catarrropbe surely and not in the least - I He Hull Ol to cook or because of noor yeast For Iass had decided It was no mishap To spoil a rood loaf t secure a rood nan Sonic and so wxmf and so soft was her conch Ilerdmmsweredeiightrul tis easy to Touch A nd bad she arisen betimes from her nest The truth of the matter we neer might haTO cuesacd A nd een to this day might hare felt rome surprise cr been able to tell why the bread didnt rise JotpM Polard in Independent 4o lrcShmgarBestfiiion - -- ewTrMsraV HsasHsBHBia SHnnclndd r inni tts ssl I the London Chronicle far too prevalent in small gardens particularly It is that The Horse Distemper of digging and manuring only one spade The causo of the epizootic is some deep till a few inches of the top soil aro particular condition of the atmosphere poisoned with dung and turned into a with which even tho best authorities are moving mass of slugs and grubs while not familiar The animals affected have the subsoil is as hard as adamant a cough and a sneeze with a running at Water for Cows Be careful about the nose Its effects aro very debilitat- Â¬ letting your cattle drink from ditches or ing Young horses are said to be most from pools in which they are accustomed liable to attack those over 10 years old to stand or in which their droppings aro seldom suffering Several points are deposited It is not only liable to injure suggested as to tho best way of keeping tho health of tho stock but it is alsoa and treating the animals aflected They fruitful cause of malarial and typhoid should be exercised very lightly and not fevers among those who use the milk overdriven or overloaded when they are from cows thus watered not in motion they should bo covered A Horses Foot Those who will take with a blanket by all means all un- Â¬ necessary exposure should bo avoided pains to examine a horses foot will find proper care should bo taken when the it a series of elliptical springs separated animals go into tho htablcs if they aro from each other by a spongy substance chilled or heated that they are kept and tho frog a cushion to rest the foot from taking cold warm feed at night is upon the whole being admirably con- Â¬ recommended all holes in the stables structed for a heavy body to resist jars and from which tho natural inference that let in draughts should bo stopped may be drawn that cutting and paring when it appears as if tho disease had left the animals unusual care should be ex- the hoof and frog is not only useless but ercised and if possible tho animals injurious Stirring the Soil It is more than given a complete rest It is recommend- Â¬ ed that liniment for the throat and balls two hundred years ago since there lived of tar and belladonna be used The fol- Â¬ Jethro Tull the famous agriculturist lowing experiment was made recently such an enthusiast forstirmg by Mr George Shepard Page of Stan frhowas that ho formed the opinion that leyN iL Anordinary stall containing crops could bo produced without tho aid a sick horse was lined and inclosed with of manure It is a matter of consider sheets of- carbolized paper A vaporjzer ablq importance remarksthe Garden was set in operation evaporating chemical Chronicle that the atmosphere should Boyar andni Conrtlna The the soil and pure OH3 Oj The A Russian Bojar in the olden time horse hadcrcsoline OG H5 very frequent- Â¬ enrieji nnd sweeten fit condition tounless allow its surfaceis in a been coughing decided to pay Ins addresses to and sk for the hand of the only daughter of ly the offensive discharge from the nos- Â¬ Xtie air itppermeate it its valuably propa rich Boyar in the neighboring State trils was profuse and the eyes were dull erties arelost Travelers infdrm us that throw up Anxiotw to make tiienAst fifbrable im Â¬ and sunken In ten minutes the inclosed jho Greeks inlieir vineyards in4 ridges pression on the TparentB ofthe oring space was charged with ibtiiYapor Jp the- earlli between thev vines half ah ihour a c6piousScharge of the object leing to enrich and sweeten lalry He Called rphissc6nnde5Hal Talet who ironld accompany him and gaVe mncusltook places Thahorse exhibited the soil by exposure adding and mixing him orders to be sure and speak in tho evident relief holding his dose over the jnanuro irithtotho ridgo of partly Ijefore thoToots which ifwould highest terms of his masters position jgratihg through which the vapor was rehfrnihKit suing ine vaporizer ueragipiooeu in appear they aro in the habit of pruning imd property and the advantages of snch annually I ilal vf lieironsfeed box over which a corrnection to the family of the Boyai red grating watf arranged Hercmninijd To Fatten Fowls The best food they Trere abont to Trait The for fattening- - oulhyaw oatmealBiixedJ In short said the Boyar wlien in the Enclosure for srxihurs ffefll43ruc0i-rePore-- i theNqw Willi aTuaiiuaigj cuauguw hick eyar yep hear me rpakof theexient and uiei is necessary utmuu unxiey may oc- Â¬ nltie other Alt- xorK Tribune tQiiavo peen jgarveious mo pscnarge irom casionally Iks substituted xne Give fresh ers do not fail to assert them all to be the cougn- ceaseuentirely nostrilswas jecked arid feed three times a day as much bri no doubje tiip amount mention tlJferMetpronusedfaithful compliance the eyes regained their normal condition than can bo eaten at each meat dlub ojongmns sC lrismasterf arishesP r L ffl tainco meac fron the kitchen mixed the ujj k with tho scalded meal will produce an J3ojar audhia Talei yere mos j hospitably A Great InTcntlon extra decree of fatness Give green food received and welcomed After acquaint- turnips or A Frenchman has iuventeda device1 by such as chopped cabbage inghis hosts tvith iheobjeci of his visit tomon Keep UidmsupbliedwitlEgrrtrel be- - which passengers can be put on and ta- Â¬ Pr r our Boyar continued Of course r 1 1 w smC tiV vl fore I can expect yoato make anydecis- - ken off jnrexpress train while it is in aim lrcsu wiuer iuiia eiiuer bwitji motion Of course an energetic man sour or thick is algomost excellent ion in my favor I will acquaint you with the sources and amonut of my income can getjffan expressjtrain now whiloit Fowls fed in this way must not bekept asiftfarcedfora aiioT wealth T have twenty thousand is lang attliirty nriles an Eotarjbut tie longerjihan two weeks they are apt to greater length of time feat is attended by many- - drawbacks acres of land under cultivation My Lord interrupted the valet The aforesaid Frenchman would have his become diseased Leave them without have you forgotten to mention the es Â¬ patent car stand on a side track from food or water fourteen hours before kill tate left you by your late lady mother which it could run on the mainline with- Â¬ ing to which must be attached at least twenty out necessitating the turning of a switch The Cross CjUt Saw Ten years ex-Â¬ This car contains at one end a small en- Â¬ perience in the use of cross cut saws has thousand acres more connected I have fifteen thousand heads of gine and a big drum running the with a proved to me that I have been working set of steel springs whole under many disadvantages until recently homed cattle added the Boyar When you include sheep there must length of the car underneath A wire My wish is for all to know the great be at least forty thousand interposed ropo is wound around this dram and advantage of a plan which I pursue when it is unwound it tightens up the set Take a new saw that has never been set the valet Tho placo it between two boards cut to fit the On the corn lands we have just stored of springs to their utmost tension one thousand stacks of wheat and tho unwound end of this cable terminates in aw clamp it tight on a bench or vice same number of hay A Russian wheat a hook that is placed on a past beside take an iron wedge file one comer to the main track so that asimiliarhook on suit the set of the tooth when finished fitjvck is about the size of an American the express train will catch it Do you then tako a small hammer hold the barn catch the idea When the express comes wedge with tho left hand strike the Trne my Lord interrupted the at valet and there must be at least as booming by the passengers are seatedex- Â¬ tooth lightly with the hammer until at the other the right place then turn the wedge on many again on your lately acouired press hookend of the patent car the catches the patent hook and the opposite side and on the next tooth estate the ropo There are one thousand serfs on both rapidly unwindsmeanwhile from the drum and set it in tho same way now then you slowly moving reach tho third and most important tooth the patent car estates continued Boyar to his hosts By the time tho rope is un- Â¬ in the saw leave it perfectly straight Yon have the number of men correct forward tins time my Lord said the valet but wound from the drum the car is going as pass on to the fourth tooth set it as you why not mention the number of wompn fast as tho express The small engine did the first turn the wedge set fifth winds up thropfl aain assisted by the the other way leave the sixth tooth mm ennuren Bnnncrs the car up to the straight and so on nntil you finish T iMTirThere 1Q Sna dSBBBBBBBBBBBBBsBrAl zl- - as visa i wwtsuxuvuuii KnccoriTora nfiinii w tako your me uress tne two teeiu -- tou do the common saw the third file sBskL 3M B MTlllH kstraight nnjil isquare leavingt MHs--ss--- H-n sB Bl WHT THE BREAD DIDST RISE skill on the battlofield No one can afford to sacrifice the power for in fluence which is born of a genuine courtesy- FAlUi NOTES There is one system of tillage lays ud falls if kept standing Beat separately the whites and yolks of two eggs add to the yolks one teaspoonful of sifted flour two of grated cheeso a pinch of cayenno one of salt and ono cupful of milk when well mixed add the whites beaten to a froth and stir briskly pottr into a but- Â¬ tered shallow pan and bake into a quick oven until of a rich brown color about fifteen minutes OrsTER Toast This is a nice little dish for a luncheon or for a late supper Scald a quart of oysters in their own liquor take them out and pound them in a mortar when thoy form a paste add a little rich cream and some pepper Get ready some thin neat pieces of toast moistened slightly with boiling water and spread with fresh butter Spread uie oyster pasio uucht upon me toast put a thinly cut round of lem6n upon each piece and arrange them on a platter garnished with parsley Serve very hot Aw inexpensive but appetizing pickle Â¬ - - gmrBseoiynd I Â¬ is made as follows Slice one peck of green tomatoes and nine large onions scatter one teacupful of salt over them cover with water and let thorn stand all night in the morning drain and boil in weak vinegar Then tako four quarts of vinegar of good strength two pounds of brown sugar two ounces of white mus Â¬ tard seed two table spoonfuls each of ground allspice cloves cinnamon and ginger half teaspoonful of red popper Boil all together for half an hour The tomatoes if a littlo too near ripe will not need boiling quite so long Delicious Pickled Oysters Wash them and hang them over the fire with barely sufficient water to covfljthem very little is necessary if therels an abundance of tho liquor To one hun- Â¬ dred oysters add a small handful of salt let them come to a scald to swell them watch for this and remove immediately with a skimmer carefully laying them on dishes to cool add one third part vin egary having previously strained tho liquor with wliolo white pepper corns allspice and blado mace to the taste leall bojkiip together and pour over 3eady for use tbp oysWrSjinBtojiejafs Tn from twenty four to forfy eight hours The oysters should be very fresh and large Afivr p - Tree Culture European Larch Eobert Douglas Sons of Waukegan 111 say of this that it succeeds best planted on gravel- Â¬ ly upland anywhere north of the 40th parallel grows rapidly even on thin poor soils Timber durable and valu- able for ties posts etc If planted on very rich or undrained soils the timber is said to bo of little value Must be planted very early in the spring While Ash This they remark may bfi planted in rich strong soil in any portion of the United States north of the 38th parallel Wood unequaled for all purposes requiring strength elastici- Â¬ ty and lightness It is becoming scarce and is in great demand Hardy Catalpa 0 speciosa may be planted in rich strong soil anywhere south of the 421 parallel but has not been tested in New England Is espe- Â¬ cially recommended for the Western prairies where the growth is exceeding- Â¬ ly rapid Wood unequaled for durabili- Â¬ ty and in great demand for ties posts otc also valuable for cabinet work Especially recommended Wild Black Cherry Prunus seroti na may be planted in any part of tho United States in a dry soil Grows Wood in great demand for rapidly cabinet making Scotch Pine Will grow rapidly in the poorest soil and most exposed situation where it will make better timber than on too rich soil- USEFUL HEfTS lia I AfriT Ttrn ruinnilii pnrrflnfjjlive poinds Reeled aid cofed apples two poundrleanTxriled beef ono pound beef suet three quarter pounds citron two and a half pounds coffee sugar two pounds raisins one pounds seedless rais -- instQrtaBlesbrnful8 Â¬ dbRa8gcs i - mxmr M Bleachinq FiiAinfEL Flannel which A Boys Joke has become yellow with use may bo While a man was dashing with all his bleached by putting it for some days in might and main down street to catch a a solution of hard soap to which strong One Hundred Wires ammonia has been added Tho best Â¬ Ciscsraari O starch 1 1377 If it has the success which it deserves tram a gamin rushed to him and shout- Eroportions are one pound and a half of H K 6vkvk Bar 11 at tae Drotrlsts frier tlOO ed need Dear and which its reception promises the TOLLS nSA3233 its PJ- fifty pounds of soft wa-Â¬ ana canSir tI have say is yeart Tsesnis for some wtime Hey mister have you got a pin nas ueen a great wneu iruiniuuy mi play entitled 100 Wives is likely to ex-Â¬ Berlin jtos T lO have responded the man coming ter and two thirds of a pound of strong and to those suffering11 from dlseue of the kidneys I ert a powerful influence in stirring up to a sudden halt and feeling nnder the ammonia solution The same object cheerfully recommena OHBMITIT Reepeetfallr public feeling against tho continued tole- Â¬ lapel of his vest Attested by K may be attained in a shorter time by and Centraltoavenue B ashseld drufgist comer Eighth Morphine HahllCnred la 19 ration in the United States of the Mor- Â¬ to 20 day No pnj till Cared Cuniaill O April 1J 177 Well then yelled the boy as he placing tho flannel for a qnarier of an H Db J tjTxriaos Lebanon Ohio- Sravxxs mon abomination On this account if jumped out of the way weak solution of bisulphate of Ma haveKsuffered several years with the kidney com Â¬ you had bet- Â¬ hour in a I for no other reason we hope that the have taken induced to try Vxoxnax plaint ter fasten your ears together behind your sodium to which a littlo hydrochlorio several and was of your preparation and amIconvinced it bottles piece will be supported by tho public aoid has been added so as you wont mash any swingin is a valuable remedy It has done me more good than and go the rounds of the country It head with em any other medicine lean hisrtily recommend te all signs suffering from kidney complaints not only gives a vivid picture of the mis- Â¬ A Guaranty of Character Tonra respectfully J 8 McMILLXX The pedestrian passed on unheedfnl bookkeeper for Xawhall Gale A Co Tloar Her eries which spring from Mormon prac of the advice given him Representing the choicest selected Tortoiie iv jij The primitive Baptists says the Ogle- Â¬ First v AO to ot street viacwaau a rresi xroni tices but it indicates by implication the Ehell and Amber The lightest handsomest thorpe Ga Echo make it a rule to ex-Â¬ and strongest known Bold bv Opticians and precise way in which the work of sup-Â¬ Messrs Haecssler k Kinqslet Drug-- pel a member from tho church who takes Jewelers Made by SPENCER OPTICAL pression should bo begun The heroine Vxgktixx has restored thousands to health who have 1TFQ CO 13 Maiden Lane New York We handle St advantage of any relief law or refuses to been long and painful sufferers of the piece whose wretched situation fists Manchester say Oil with abundant success and it pay a debt A few months since one of -furnishes the ground work of the plot lias given excellent sauslaction to our this class a pretty rough looking case is one among a large party of deluded Manchester Mich Enter- - entered an Athens store wanKaieTsfaarsiBsaiena to Celi hu a 11 Druggists people bronghtmvefto Ris country afit customers Vr C-- E ftllOETXAKEB tb wfU known Mp taxataaatSjat credit for a few goods until enonldselJeaaenaaenaaenaaenawew litneed Aural Sonreon Anihor and Writer on tbe lv tne instant 111s cotton VirBS I Ihtteues mar b cotuolied br mail or prfwnMlTl not jsduwui -- i r I ii- onemi BnK MUST A ewe A JBMslBaBlJBBivaaeAeAeAeAeAeAeAeAeAeAeAeAeAeABSseAeAeAeAeAeAes1 j mn r J iT7 cinnamon ono each mace one pint each cloves and allspice Madeira wine and brandy Wash the currants dry and pick them stone tho raisins remove the skin and sinews from the beef and chop each ingredient up separately and very fine place as soon as done in a large pan finally adding the spices Madcria and brandy mix very thoroughly pack in jars keep in cold plsoe nutmegand tablespoonful shades of ground glass should be washed with soda and water which will not discolor them Straw matting may be cleaned with a large coarse cloth dipped in salt and water and then wiped dry The salt prevents the straw from turning yellow Tea leaves used for keeping down the dust when sweeping carpets are apt to stain light Colors salt is the best in the winter and now mown hay in sum- Â¬ mer The best known preventive for falling hair is American petroleum It should be rubbed on the nead quickly with the palm of the hand In all it should be used six or seven times at an interval of three days To Make Shoes Waterproof A coat of gum copal varnish applied to i tne Boies oi doois ana snoes anu re peated as it dries until the pores are filled and the surface shines like pol- Â¬ ished mahogany will make the soles waterproof and make them last three times as long To Behove Grease Stains teom Wood Spread some starch powder over the grease spots and then go over it With a hot flatiron till you draw the grease then scrape with a glass or a proper scraper and repeat the starch powder and hot iron Ammonia liquor may be used as a finish if the starch does not take all the greaso out What Wife Means To remove freckles from your face What do yon think tako ono ounco of bitter almonds ono Says Buskin ounce of barley flour and a sufficient tho beautiful word wife comes from It is the great word in which the En- Â¬ quantity of honey beat the whole into glish and Latin languages conquered a smooth paste spread it thinly on tho the French and Greek I Eope the skin at mgnt and wasn it on in tne French will some day Tbrdfecit morning It is frequently possiblo to instead of thatenrniA But what Ido remove freckles without decomposing The great them by merely stimulating the ab you think it comes from value of the Saxon words is that they norbent vessels cf the Ekin mean fiorac thing Wife nwSisfWeaver The following Is said to be a cheap You musieiiher be and true barometer Put a small quan- Â¬ remember that In the deep tity of pulverized alum in a longf half-sense f you must either tweaye mens ounce ikuuu mm mi 11 wim Hpinu oi fortunes and embroider them or fqcd wine When the atmosphere fs clear upon and bring them to decay and dry the spirits will be as clear as is always a crystal but on the approach of rain or arotitta heri ThlitiriayVDe over her bad weather the alum will raise in head the glow worm in the nights cold the form of a spirit cloud which is grass may bo tho fire at her feet but an infallible indication of rain or bad home is where she is and for anoble weather woman it stretches Jar around her bet Â¬ How to Clean Hair Brushes It ter than houses ceiled with cedar or best to clean two at a time in this wayis with Vermillion shedding its painted well to remove the First comb quiet light for those who ejse are home- Â¬ loose hair orthem then dip tho bristles dnstj less This I believe is tlieTvomans il Cn vanrwdTCn wntav annntli AA1 vu truo place and power urtuu im pjcuuy ui punucicu uurux and rub the two together after they aro Remedy tor Hard Times cleansed thoroughly have a pitcher of Stop upending to ninth nn fio clathei rich fuod snd healthy foodehesper and better clothstyle Buy k hot water and pour it over the bristles ing get more real and subttantiAl thing of life every keep the back of the brush as dry as wsr and epecially top the foolnh habit of running alter expensive and attack doctors ox lifting to much if possible Shake the water well ont Tile humbug medicine that iloe you only barm and the sun Brushes makes the proprietor rich hot put your trut In thn dry quickly in the greater of all runple pure retneaiei Hop Bitter that washed in this way will retain their cures always at a trifling cmt and vou will ie better Luc Meerschaum The word meerschaum in the German means sea foam and the material was so named because of its lightness and whitish appearance It is a mineral of soft earthy texture somewhat resem- Â¬ bling chalk It is found in Greece and Turkey as well as in Spain occurring in the form of veins and otherwise In Turkey it is used extensively as fullers earth The custom is to roughly shape it into blocks or rude forms of pipes for mous cities for the manufacture of meer- Â¬ schaum pipes and at Geneva quite a number of the elegant smokers are to bo seen The manufacture of the spurious article is extensive Paris leading in the newer imitations To produce the yel- Â¬ low and brown colors so much admired in the real meerschaum pipe and which come only after they are smoked some time the blocks are long kept in a mixt Â¬ ure of wax and fatty matter These are in part absorbed and afterward be- Â¬ ing acted on by the heat from the to- Â¬ bacco the meerschaum assumes various shades of colors What axe known as made from the artificial meerschaums parings of the genuine material reduced to fine powder boiled in water and molded into blocks cannot easily be distinguished from the real but they aro generally heavier and more free from blemishes mwi SijHpLaHHHEKvI 9 i exportation Pesth and Vienna are fa-Â¬ 5 RHEUMATISM 1 Neurtfqia Sciatica Lumbago Backache bareness jof the Chettt Gout Quinsy Sore Throat dwell ings and Sprains Burnsynd Scalds General Bodily Pains Tooth gt A -- housewives-orhous-moth- s up to his desk the city editor observed him and asked Well what is it What A- good kern haye you got2 Exclusive too I think Been up to tho pest house and all through L tell you itll write up bully lr The enter Â¬ prising reporter was crushed By Teing given a vacation to Commence imme- Â¬ diately and he had to take it lie Had a Scoop One afternoon a reporter entered the crowded local room with a countenance upon which satisfaction and were very conspicuously As the new arrival swaggered stamped Feet and as Ear end Headache Frestti a tafc tin Rmedr A trial it St JacwOit on earth SO pie entails tot the comparatively trifling outlay of 60 Centa and srery one uflrlDC with pain can bars cheap and pcitiTi proof or its claims Directions in Eleven Language Ho TrsBaratlan feinr and Aeheii squall ariand all eihert bold by -- AVOQEIiEEfcX0ra8 JL UaUlmorttlld 17 5 all DgudrJisTcf AinJDiiHatar - MBDICIHB9J hs n v j Vegetine WSEASE - i8PKRMAMfSHT iF THE KIDNEYS A I i Â¬ times and good health other column Trj it once Read of it in an Â¬ stiffness The symptoms ef an acute attack of Inflammation of the Fever pain m the small ef tne shiners are as follows back and theace ahoatUg dew ward numhnfss f tbe thlfVToaiiling naustlr si unit deep red- eeltr ef tae unne which becomes pale ana eorerless if the dlseue increases and is discharged verT oaen with rain ana diflcultr costlrenesa and some degree of colic I chronic dlteaaes oftsealdntjatbeTjmiSoenaTe pali la the back and llmhsTdrmeta of the skin freauent unna ceneral drorjev headache lion ipeciallv at sight and palpitation ef the dizzlnesa of aicht Indigeation heart graanai jeee 01 sirengin paieneee ana pamncss 01 the face cough and ahortness of breath In diseases of the kidneys the Vsasnsa givee 1m medlaterelief Ithaa never failed to cure when it is taken regularly and directions followed la manv eases it may take several bottles especially eases of long standing It acta directly upon the secretions cleansing and strengthening removing all obstructions and im Â¬ purities A great many can testify to cases of long stand- Â¬ ing having been perfectly cured by the Viorrns even known aflr trying many cf tbedisease remedies which are sud to be expressly for this Constipation ancPileif WONDERFUL Tl sanen s nakUaBMn runcna IT ens KIDNEY DISEASES LIVER COMPLAINTS XyET ITHASTOTnrtl mmsmam nil Kidney Complaints VCTS OH TUE1 BECAUSE IUVKKT1TE BOTfKLS xitD KID I I NETS JLT TUB SA3tn TEME Because tt cleanses the system of the poisonous humors that develops 1 in Kidney and urinary diseases B II- I lousness Jaundlco Constipation Piles or In Rheumatism Neuralgia i ana remaie disorders aaBTETWOET le ndrTTmtabl rose 1 I yeauad aad can oe seat or small prepaid 1 Oae patkaje Tf 111 make mix qts of nicdiciae I I OPIUM CELLULOID EYE CLASSES 1 l MessEarlBsCataiil kw --i thefsT Continue ihivftv nntil von finish and tou will tenses by the3sKls9Rof tie tfcTasked iwhenthx wuat is f --Noajjjuid it will cut twice as fast as the old and the suggestion rlwctnl w Aluuiuk U0 ihing wor once in Salt Lake City it is a physical valet way practiced oy most larmers oomn j Uitc to tlw lauiil of the lady whom he impossibility for her return There is ern Cultivator a M Fougut m mnrnai fiction in this story No more truth ABOUT Cloveb W J Fowler writ- Â¬ one who is than acquainted with the My Lord replied the valet did FrimatHre crinkles at all Tho fertility subject can doubt that such has been you not most strictly order mo to assert The youth giving climate of Cali- Â¬ ing to an exchango says that you possessed double of whatever fornia has been so long puffed high as of good land may bo maintained by the the experience of hundreds or even you might yourself affirm to be the the Sierras that it is queer to find a San use of clover alone as shown by the ex-Â¬ thousands of unfortunate womon who case Francisco paper lamenting the number of perience of hundreds of Western New have sailed across tho Atlantic expect Â¬ Come to York farmers I know pieces of land ing to find an earthly paradise at Salt The Boyar finding that he was him- Â¬ wrinkled sirens in that city self more to blamo than the zealous California said the late banker Ralston that have never had manure Alternate Lake and having no power to help them- Â¬ valet and that the young lady refused to to a visitor from the East and you will wheat and clover has been the rotation selves or to make known their wrongs accept any further explanations in regard live twenty years longer Tho climate ever since the original timber was cutoff when they are placed in possession of to his suit returned tohis home a sadder may suit men but it seems women fade The clover each alternate year has been the wretched truth and a wiser man with the determination under its golden skies rather prema- Â¬ plowed under and nothing but gyp- Â¬ The question is how long will the to keep strictly within the bounds of turely The Sau Francisco writer sum at the rate of 100 pounds per aero American peoplo allow tins plague spot truth for tho future as well as to do his ascribes tho early wrinkles of its women per year has over been applied This to disfigure tiio fair face of tho land own wooing without the assistance or to the lack of muscular exercise and tho land is still in good condition not quite Every oue will concede tliat our condona- Â¬ recommendation of others consumption of pastry There is a world equal to the field near tho barnyard and tion of Mbrmonism is a national reproach of truth in that for while sedentary hab Â¬ which have had less clover but more The practices pursued by tho abandoned CTjlns far tbe Rasn its enervate the general system pastry manure but tolerably sure for twenty inhabitants of Salt Lako City aro conTrot sat on the door steps crying for causes dyspepsia and loss of adipose to twenty five bushels of wheat per acre trary jo tho laws of tho United States the moon It had just come up round tissue Fat is an enemy of wrinkles Tho lack in such land is more apt to be and the validity of tho bill looking toward and full and she was sure if Rob would The furrows on the forehead are late com- - phosphate of lime and a dressing of their suppression which Congress passed applied with the wheat at some timo ago has been certified by the ouly go out into the grove and climb one I ing so long as there is enough iatty tis- of the maples lie could get it lor tier Msue to supply waste Women to be seeding will cheaply and surely remedy highest tribunal in the land President this By combining winter stock feeding Hayes in his message to the Forty sixth couldnt get it I tell you said healthy must exercise and eat food As for wrinkles at the cor with occasional plowing nuder of green Congress adverted to the matter and should fink you might just try ners of the eyes vulgarly called crows clover for manure I do not doubt that urgently advocated immediate energetic said Trot the tears running down her feet it is enough to say that in many the fertility of large farms may as surely ana appropriate action some Bpasmoaic cheeks cases they aro produced by bleeping on be kept up as if the farms vwero smaller attempts have from time to tune been What would jou do jWith it if you ono side or the other Tho pressure of In any event where clover is grown there made to enibrse the law and punish the the head on the softest pillow will in must always be the roots iu Uie soQ to offenders as weli in Salt Lake City as in hadit7 jpU it of course i and play tjmo leave indelible marks about the decay and tills will preyent yery rapid any other trtyof the Union but for a iWby sewivJit-1-- rd eyes Thochqice of a beauty then is ueieriorauon 01 ieniiuv do amen al Â¬ variety of reasons these attempts have between occasional nightmare while ways depends on keeping the soil fertile come to naught and for some time past Where ronld you keep it x -looked around for a sleeping on her back or wrinkles from that commercial manures which on trial it seems that nothing whatever has been tOhand Trot prove profitable should always be used done The Mormons continue to break place dees in the clothes basket sleepingpn her right and left side Keep accounts and know precisely the lam both of God and man they still halVTiouT the ricrht size what is dono and is doing antLhow tbe defy the Government of the United States OTrot what alitile goose you are A Political Keniinlsccnce business of the farm is paying vin what to make itself respected and tho immu- Â¬ VVTry tbenioon is bigger than papas It is factnot generally known1 that particular it is paying and where it is nity with which the defiance is attended barn and its made up of rocks and dirt Genosecrjnisnarrowly escapedhuing losing Farming does pay If is the justinesits seeming foolhardiness nnrt sncli y Many reasons are assigned for our Dirt and rocks aint yellow Itgold nominated Vice President in 1864 The most profitable business in the world like mammas watch Let alone your Washington Republic tells us how it The loose and careless mannerjh which failure to carry out the law and it is it is generally carried on woajd utterly certain ttat the undertaking is attended aeatoldgwhistle and gorandgetit forme happeneT or rather dldnkhappen wTeck any But it seems There with TbeiBepubucn Itll bo up so high you cant if jou dont metfinBaltimoTo JfatipnaJl 0vention was once aless profitjjjtthusiaess attach to us enormous difficulties been made at eti man whanwde certain in that yearn864l to that a bginning has is jUiurryup 1 fruess it will if do laughed Bob renominate Mrs Lincoln Jt was deÂ¬ ments for looms known as pickers1 theWropg end Instead of attacking Mr vatponnding away on the willow with his cided not to renominatelargo Hamlin for and prepared the raw hide fronTwhidr -- the enemy in his stronghold we should element of President besought cutoff the supplies yt which alone he jacket knife while Trot began another Viceoonvention-if-no- and a majority t was a the twampreCieiyvacvDeier ousinesS is ynamoei 10 maintain uis resistance little weep Whats the matter Trot asked favor ot military man fortlie second to buy the hides and merely cut them up The Mormon polygamists cannot gain mamma coming out to find the little place on the Ticket Mn Garfield was a and make the pickers So he bought the any recruits in this country They are prominent member of that convention hides from a neighbor and the first year obliged to bring the new materim wnn girl and people ior vice and warmly I want the moon and Bob wont go President pressed ivosecransRosecrans he was overwhelmed with debt rich sold Europe where thousands of and bo are He telegraphed by so sorely driven by poverty out and his neighbor became be and get it for me when he can reach it who was at St Louis in command of tha curing hides The unfortunate man made nighted by ignorance tnat they are just as well as not Mamma took the little girl into the Department of Missouri saying that he money so fast 1efore that he never ready to believe all the lies that are told apostles troubled himself howlt was made and by tho Mormon Every house and while she undressed her she thought he Bosecrans could be nomi told her about the moon and Trot was nateji and asked permission to use his only learned too late that ono part of his month or so we hear of a fresh consign- Â¬ tib interested that she forget to cry for it name Bosecrans answered giving the business was profitable and the other was ment of 300 or 400 unfortunates being permission but the dispatch was de- Â¬ not butthen ho had given over to his sent over to swell the Mormon popula- Â¬ any more layed and did not reach Mr Garfield neighbor the profits and kept the losses tion and it is in this way that the evil is Just after she got into her crib Bob Â¬ the same with It is brought in a glass tumbler with a fire fly until after Andrew Johnson was nomi- tor mmsen no onemuch tell where he is perpetuated There is no reason why can farming for nated the landing of these Mormon immigrants in He turned the tumbler upside losing or making money without ac- Â¬ at any American port should not be for- Â¬ down on the stand by the crib and Trot A Good Snorer counts Just now is a seasonable time bidden by tho United States authorities watched the fire fly as it crawled about Gen George A Sherman was jour- Â¬ to consider this matter and to begin a and when that has been dono the first nnder the glass more reasonable and safe sys- Â¬ step in the solution of the problem will 1 8pose you couldnt get the moon neying from Boston to Washington iu a new and liavo been taken Philadelphia North sleeping car where ho had a whole sec- Â¬ tem Rural New Yorker Bob she said Mamma says you tion Ho was American birth couldnt But Im just as much obliged in the morningsitting on the lower shoes about to put his cause youve got me a star HOUSEKEEPERS HELPS on when he was accosted by a kind Gate the Wrong Sign looking old gentleman opposite who was Ho was trying to push liimsolf through Yerfne ofOoed Mannem OrsTEB Tie Make a paste as for pie- Â¬ the crowd also putting on his shoes with the in- Â¬ at a fire when ho was halted Young people often undervalue tho quiry My friend are you a rich crust lino a shallow pan with it put in by a policeman Â¬ worth of pleasant and courteous man- man of oysters season with crumbs of George looked astonished but a layer I am a member of tho interior press ners in society They think them arti- Â¬ answered the pleasant faced tired-look- butter and salt add a layer of bread or How do know you are a ficial and put on for effect and even i ing gentleman with a les I am toler cracker crumbs and so on then add tho of the press I Where are your member creden- Â¬ half despise them as opposed to genu- Â¬ ably nch A pause occurred and tiien liquor and a little milk cover with crust tials ineness of character are and bake camo another question How rich Well just smell my Credentials George answered About seven But good manners is true courtesy you Outlets of Quails Cut the breasts breath if you dont believe me and hie and that springs from a regard for oth Â¬ or eight hundred thousand dollars from half a dozen quails and at the small breathed in the face of the minion of the if I end of each insert a neat little piece of law who replied Well said the old man ers from sincere desire to put them at Why ease and to promote their comfort were as rich as you say you are and leg bone to make the breast look hke cut- Â¬ Yon cant come that on me Tou Bluntness and roughness betray selfish- Â¬ snored as loud as I know you do I would lets Dip them in melted butter season are only a candidate Galveston News ness which is indifferent to the feelings hire a whole sleeper every time I trav- Â¬ roll in cracker crumbs and fry in hot eled of others butter Servo with French peas in the A Good Account Some of the eminent statesmen of Eng Â¬ center of tho dish Her Stepson To sum it np six long years of bedÂ¬ land have owed much of their success in Sauce Rodebt Put two medium A big fat colored woman went to the governing the realm to the charm of onions chopped very fine with a ridden licknesa and suffering costing 200 per Chief of Police and told him that her sized their manners which largo lump of butter in a stew pan let year total 1200 all ofBitters was stopped Lord Chesterfield was a universal stepson had run away and she wanted them brown well constantly stirring by three bottles of Hop taken by my wife who has done her own housework for a favorite in English society and peoplo to know where he was It bodders moÂ¬ add a teaspoonful of flour mixed with year since without the loss of a day and I want found it hard to refuse any request made to know why he left He had every- half a pint of good stock salt and DeeÂ¬ everybody to know it for their benefit 1 thing he needed to make him comf able with such elegant courtesy John Weeks Butier N Y about five minutes add a tea- Â¬ done all I could for him she ob- per cook of mixed mustard and one of Lord Palmerston disarmed many a I Has he any marks by which spoonful political opponent by the winning grace served A Texas man said he preferred to fight Well I dont vinegar of his greeting at an evening assembly he may be recognized duel rather than act as judge of a baby Cheese Souffe This dish must be was reckon all de marks I made on him The great warrior Marlborough show This is surprising as he sent to the table direct from more noted for the charm of his man Â¬ with a bed slat while fie old man was the pan in which it has been the oven in get more fighting out of a baby could baked as it show ners in society than for bravery nnd holdin him has fp rlJout yet MlfiT - if Ski arle the police have stnet orders to seurch tho gronntls every night for the bodies of suicides and to remove them as quickly as possible that visitors may not bo shocked by discovering the remains MBfTsggcegarrJ saeyseyerSfcsrsjj-jexejasB-eea- a I time a well known eldeKss entered and tapping tho fa gpnn the How areTyou Bro shoulder asked The proprietor of a building site in advertises his laud for sale Tho town of Poggis and inthiswiso surrounding country is the most beautiful which nature ever made Tho scenery is celestial also two wagons and a yoke Wisconsin Â¬ of steers Mn S H JosErn Agent Emersons Minstrels remarks I can with truth speak from experience and in saying St Jacobs Oil acts in a marvelous manner I but partly express my good opinion of Daily Eort Wayne Aailincl BI CARB Blank Is that gentleman a memasked SODA ber of your church Uncle D Oh yes antf a good tho tradesman Is the beet la the World ItlsalieelBteljpare It is the Well then one too was tho reply continued the dealer go best for Medicinal Purposes It Is the best for Baking my friend through this house from cellar to gar- Â¬ asd all Family Ties Sold by all Druggists sad Oreeers ret and pick out what you want I will Phila sell you the whole establishment clerks PENNA SALJ HANUF CO AhixL xLUeattic and all on credit with only your relig- Â¬ ion as security It turned out that the customer was one of the solid men of Northeast Georgia OCT TOTJlMK I4 KTOPS STJB BAMS Â¬ ISYrona rZ trakel issJJAIelleMsK bjj WaAfcTewe isaawysaisaitr w v rWrSMarfr ls irwjtaaKUaW v PVsa - T eoniDletejaxXaaW 1 J a the Earauai of375 pases or sits and Catarrh and their proper treatment price 3 or man Uo one will question DrShoemakeis atinrtni XOTE or skill SKB1MJ1I f it gfasmnVeH gfBBar9gfBmnnl HOP BETTERS A Medicine not a Drink CO XT ACTS ORGANS 70000 SOLD YEARLY HOPS BCCIITJ 3IANDRAKE DANDELION AD THX FTBIST ASD BgSTMrDICALQCAXJ or ALL OTEiaiJlTTIIS An Diseases of theStomach BowelCnioodtljti KInTBand UnnarrOrgatisneTTousneas Sleeplessness ana especially Female Complaints Win be paid for a ease they will not care or neip or lorauvuiiaK luiyuru muuunani Ask your druggist for Bop Bitters and try them before joa sleep Take bo other D it and Scotch farmers An English stock company has se- Â¬ cured about 100000 acres of land in the Province of Quebec where it is proposed SensonTrlaU WarrsKBtett Catalogue FreeJ DANIEL F BEATTY Washington n Address to colonize a large number of English Tbe srrawlac popularity and naetnlnvaa or CABINET or rABLOB 0GAIS la shown by the fact that itKVEXTT THOU Â¬ SAND ar aolt yearly la tfc TJaltew States Tbo beat are the THEY XIIS CTTRH 8IOOO IN COLD XOTmataern Â¬ super-- phosphate I j I Mtbuds of An Oregon preacher had one of his carelessness people sacrifice themselves through They are attacked with a Cold horses stolen and ho went to his study neglect it and die instead of taking Dr Bulls and prayed that a quickened conscience Cough Syrup and liiing on usefully Price 25 might oblige the thief to roturn it That cents a bottle very night the fellow returned and Tire cowboys on a cattle ranch in stole the other Detroit Free Press Pratt county Kan havo killed this sea son 312 rattlesnakes iih otner raiaKes No REitEDT for kidney disease heretofore dis- Â¬ cpnKrwvlft covered can bo held forono moment in com- Â¬ nn ortn which have been awarded taaxrr rnmrcrioa roa Baa parison with Warners Safe Kidney and Liver Yeoettse is nourishing and strengthening srnsiekiTr at srxax osra of iteo ORSAT Cure C A Ilamy DDi Washington D 0 purifies the blood regulates the bowels quiets osstutsd IndiatrulEitubitione for thirteen jeerSjinttj system acts directly upon the se- Â¬ WORLDS txSfjtim i 3- the nervous nt mtutjtl cretions ind arouses the whole system to NEW STYLES The Markets action TC1I so absolute arMtrresIttaie care for Drunkenness use of opium tobacco and MASON HAMLIN saTamTjTBB n O It G A N S iritraf83Tele g0o and upwards All above eeloT bi irmMa Ifee Bmen WtCk Sochsatw C T AT mufcaat narcotics SzaTBCTKXLAsV I m Jn M anaK hSBBeHneaaennnnnEiftnnTJSlCEi ZaaaaaLeBBBaaai2 sf Tfr3 z5Af r -- ONCrHWATI famllr tt 704 93 3 FLOUR I f4 ter redil Wo2iwto1flOM4fshmlxllots 1131 OlCorp Isiq air deinaqdj2 mixed old No shelled Kc andnWdoN5CgleEOTltrack 2 yellow etc eareorri 4Strc orrtrici Oats No 2 white 333 Qc Ho i Mixed 37338c Bre No 2 97flSc in elerator Barley r Fxiins fall bj ar choice sample at 95c No 2 do 959c rite extra No 3 90003c inferior ranges down to 67c rjemp Bouh Kentucky 1015110 per ton llay and Straw Common hay S1415 prime S16 9 17 wheat and rye straw 83 and oat straw 9310 Hogs The better gradta are in good demand but there ia not much trading in inferior stock Com3 90423 fair to choice light U 31S 50 mon extra K233i30 superfine B0 JBuikieat Flour Rye flour 3 5 253 50 in round lots ICO pound sack Orajx Wheat The demand is light No2 win Â¬ Faney sells at 15 256 604 55 MaiABiATi f eTers can be prevented also other miasmatic diseases by occasionally using lh Sanfordt Littr Inviguralor the oldest general Family Medicine which is recommended as a cure for all diseases caused by o disordered liver Eighty page book sent free Address Dr Sanford 162 Broadway NewYork Are read this season with important impteremeats FOR LARGE CHURCHES splendid organs with great CsrO and less rricea power and Ac S1 to FOR 6MALLER CiiyitCflES SCHOOLS A GREAT YARIETT or at gaeo to 310 ami upward SMALLEB ORGANS of equal excellence though Ism plain esaee at 31 to S3 04 and upwards eepactf vor In Also furnished roa hosthlt anansabxatrssTB S3 and upwards TVk oryaiu are certainly aarirofrd ta auUtnte wAi tW priors are not mucK JtigSer than thote of wry tnerwr tiufns menU Before purchasing any organ aead for fatsi ILLUSTRA Â¬ TED CATALOGUE 133 pp 4to containing full descrip bonaand prices Including new aljles ana much useful Information for the parchaaer of any organ which will be etntrreendcost paU M AhOS It AML1N ORO AN CO 134 Trtmont FUeet BC4TON 4 Xal Uth tret HEW YORK 140 Wabiuh Avenue CHICAGO SCFERBDRAWRtOAOOUSTTLES iriniiliinliUpfliru veSrV ato XyUyJ JBLCiPI i sarajpeub Eyefj gds- Addreea ate guaranteed a raylngeituatiou VATTVjV VALENTJS I r a JKOri Xaaagvta Jntvillyia ir lll Tbe Voltaic Boll Co Xarsbalt Jtleb Will send their Eectro Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon SO days trial See their adver- Â¬ On 30 Days tisement in this paper headed TriaL stiffeners applied to those new boots before you run them over KErTLaW tled F O Pensions date back to diacnarge Address with stamp itaaueow Drawer ENI02S Thousande laat et6odiers Â¬ Get Lyons Patent Heel 33 I j2ib3wlMdeiBiseiftt it heavy packing J G04 83 Butchers selection Si EMJt 90 Poultr- y- Prime to -- iholcf chickens U7 down to common S22 60 geese rangesdozen and II dockCJQ7c turkeys 32 25 8435 per for dressed per pound for lire and NEW YORK Frour Core moa to good extra Western and Slate St 4035 good to choice Weaiem and Bute 85 50aG 75 common to Rood white wlif a Grain Wheat Ungradeo Western extra S51MS spring SI 10 No 3 rpring St 12 upgraded wliitei 12 No 3 winter red il 16gl 16U red SI 03ai No 1 wiuterred Ho 2 winter red SI 121 20J ungraded 1 16M1 17 SI 26 mixed winter red while SI 1691 18 No 2 white II 15 Corn Ungraded 5bi59c No 3 63K55Jc yellow Oits SIixed Western 403 Western 577J Mei 41c white Western 433440 Provisions pork 113 60 Lard 883a990c Cotton Mlddllni upland HJic mddling Orlean 12JC 4g Flo ir Western superfine BALTIMORE Western family 4 CO Western extra 4 735 50 S5 7530 50 Wheat No 2 wcsiiru winter rea Corn Wetern inlxei osfij SI 1701 17fonspoU new 58c for old and 37V4357JicWesternon spot 43IU1 mixed a4c White Western 4l45c C2 ProvUons Mess Rye Good to prime pork new S14 Hsms Sugar cured Lard Western tierce refined ST LOUIS Flour XX S3 60 43 73perbrl XXX S4 2534 50 family S4 0034 75 choice S4 85 as tf Wheat No 2 red tan il uitci uiifcs 1 OOTIOI 011 01MO for cash Com No 2 mixed at 31c Rye 40JiB40Kc for cash Oits No Barley Choice to fancy f 101 2 84c Extra Cotton llBc Flour LOUISVILLE 99e EMPLOYMENT All EXPENSES preaafUr raid SLOAN WriSEvS at ClnclBBatl 4pCJ pie free J AT BBOKBOa Detroit ilkrh a fxea eftt a con Per day at home Samples worth ilaine 3 10 9CU IddreMEviiaoii Co Portland QOSifainfV ripietBl c atalacton spelt helra entiÂ¬ or deallu Ttm s a JL waaiu- - Axle Grease Best In the world Bee that tha name and trade mark an on every package Factories at Chicago New Terk asd St Louis Sold everywhere FRAZER MARCHISIS ft JOSIIAII DR Sll 9c 1012c AQESTK AGKXTS AGENTS JOSIAH FUNNIEST OF ALLENS WIFE ALL will pwltirely cure Femala Keakncas tnen as Falling of the Uterus Leucorrhcpa Chronic Inflammation or FIceration of the Uterus Incidental Htmorrhaga or Flooding Painful Suppressed and Irregular Menstrua Â¬ tion ftc An old and it liable remedy en4 postal card for a pamphlet with treatment euros and ctrUflcat frum PhTsiaans and patients to HOWARTH Jt BAL Â¬ w Toik LARD Utu 6old br all DruggisU 10 per bottle Agents wanted eeryw hero to tell to fsvmillest hotels and large con Â¬ sumers largest itock in the coun- ee eawr 111 UUBIItl iriiun aeeej Country storekeepers should call or write THE WELL8 V O Box two-TEA COMPANY 2nt Fulton fel N T Oi OLl VolNl UTERINE CATHOLICON ROTE A tandfunniest ofall My Or the Account of SamanthaeTriala and SofiViage with Her Husband Josiab etc This Win be Uie Leading Book ot the Season to SilL wirn MEUI 0 sriV O V av WayiTard Pardner ALUMS mn anu kciuv mtiiuoij m BODGLAVI BBOfi S3 W SUa St cuiw m aVnneo Uontori in every nwu forDont BDuo iiiuMaittinit aend Cu- Clntt O r AOEXTS WANTED fn every Town miss send for Circular at once and seoure territory Address DOUUIAVS BBON Cincinnati O My Wayward HEW DUUbIB - Pardnor- but it Dont f lata No pork Meats clear 4 butchers No 2 white 37Kc No 2 mixed 36V0 lire Piovlsiona Mess 2 98c Hut 1731S 50 Lard Irme steam 8Jc Bulk 113 50 Shoulders clear rlh sides frgCJic Hogs Are firm common sides 7ffl7yjc 2534 35 light i 4034 51 packing U 60 ic 22 Q2tifemlfaM I geTaaB e ft ftVV3L t W p 9J W y4HWv 14 70 Â¬ INDIANAPOLIS Wheat Tbe market Is weak at 40Jfi41c No 2 red II Oigi 02 Corn-Is-w- eak Are weak new wnne ajjjinc ior isecemoer Oils LIVE STOCK CINCINNATI Cattlk Quotations range as fol- Â¬ 50 lair to medium 12 753 lows Common good to choice butcher grjdrs 13 754 25 S 25 S3 9034 45 and good to common to fair shipper choice do f4 8015 25 good to choice cowr 83 503 8 75 goud to choice heifers S3 G04 10 common to air oxen 12 SlQJ 50 and good to choice S3 75ft 90 and feeding steers f 3 4 50 light Blockers Q3 50 Hoos selected butchers St 804 95 lair S4 654 91 lair to goud light to good packers 4 10S4 65 and light o 180 to 210 lbs S4 153 i common S3 904 35 Blockers S3 603 90 Siiexf Common to fair fl 503 50 aud good to choice S3 7531 75 stock sheep S2 553 50 Laes 3 per lc grrss EAST LIBERTY PA Beel Cattle Best ship Â¬ ping steers 1585 80 rer 100 lbs lair to good batcher grades S4 6034 90 common to light butcher cattle 13 5034 stackers and feeders averaging 650 to 900 75 bulls cows and stags 75 lbs 4 9035 05 Yorkers Iloes PnlladelphU hog J 504 65 Sheep SS4 90 per 109 lbs for com- Â¬ mon to best Hogs The msrket is firm at INDIANAPOLIS 81 S534 S3 per 100 lbs BUSINESS COLLEGE Clev stand The place to secure a thorough Business Education or prepare to teach Spencerian Penmanship Address NATT R 6PEHCER DAY made by one acent Address REV Cfi A T BUCK LewisburgTa 1 OU 8 ROMA edits United Irishmen X IorkSjsr SI II fexi eiasl MsjsjsneaM g asstt slssvaV et Mel WW tMMa M ts lAMkaa HJPiaaTIi s fsv vbsapa sseys U stir aerf SIX et- a- I Hm sW C wen nl It asf iMa tke M eaa Diissiew Saa Dk MSU1S1 ftae 1 MWt 2 ta Mas iiS gB Concentrated Lye and m Is the Original Boap Maker Direcuona aIteliable ramilv sa m accempany each Can for making aaaj vt an at kWXaft and Tolltt Soass quickly Ilia Ask your grocer and strenrth take no other SAPOX UriEand OAP0N1FIED rHIliAJDElIJttlJL PENNA iALT MANUt AUIUKIrtli CO C - KED ulsrs en Raccoon Mukrat bought for highest prices bend for Circular full partic- E C SoUallTOX 5 Howard 8t New Tork FOX biunk MBOLEDM TT Grand Medal at Fbilsdelphla Xzposlti inHI i nTT T1TT JELLY I IS H eirver Medal at Taxis moAll kinds of COLLECTORS AND DEALERS SCRAP JL beautiful new scrap pictures at lowest tii iTlt Ej position prices 87 fine specimens sent on receipt of 23c whole Â¬ sale and retail Allen Bros 112 Park sv Brooklyn NT acta lnataata- indBES inaonslv eredndne the aatnriat anaaes er macx er Brown doea HOT STAIR the Krv and ia eaaiiv aevjlled ItElVT A Thereabout FARM or Acres or 135 WAITED TO This wonderful turetanee la acknowlededbr bvaldsaa throughout the world to be the best remedy dhcaveted Bnrne BheunsatUm Skla Oa for the cure of Wounds eases Piles Catarrh Chilblains Ac Ia aider that every one may try It It I put up in 13 add B cent bottlea for household use Obtain II front your druggist and yoa will find it superior la anything you have evernied 22 TYould pre for to I PoeiMiion lit of March 1831 par grain rent Can gi w beat of reftrtne u to I DiutT ana cnaracier Aaarcsi iiaiinz locauij aaa I D Z FRAJCIfiCO par tieulari Thorntown Boont Co Ind rsBBSSBSwaw RSTAD0R0Slnan7wtuca appointed leuel ler Leay CyCglTTIwTOAgJt ON 30 DAYS TRIAL if Oentlemaa Seldbr Drug gisU and applied or nair Depot Sd Wll Dressers Ham St K T 4c ETIQUETTE3BUSINESS NCYCLOPEDIA ox Literary Revolution 3 CENT8eaehTforalrlJOtoilJeahI3a BrAldDMasgerTribfliiBnildiag Ifswlork 33 t23 Thlala tbe aheanest and enlr eomnlete and reliable work on Etiquette and Buslnese and Social Forms It tells how to perform all the various duties of life and AOW 10 appear so toe oest aaTaatav oa aa vwuiuhj Agents Wlantad 6end for citcalars containing a full if tae wore ana extra terms to Ageaw lhlUslphls Fa NATioxaLruausinaCo aaiaya uie 01 frei aenea tne vrees ri Carlyles Life si Robert Burns Ill LamaiUnas Lite ef Mary Quen of 6eoU IV Thos Hughes Manlinese ol Cbrut B OTSU siOi fnrmerlv SI All each I Arnolds Lfshi OfAstt 11 III Baron stuaeMse- Ooldsmiths Vicar cf Wakefield Ta mtX Surprising Advesturee ens Travels aad TUuatraied CEXTSi Bunyans Pilsriras BOOK KCitiKOI caJSA Jeha logue sent free AMpSlCAE aantrs Also of the Liver Kidneys Bheumalusi PaÂ¬ ralysis Ac A mtre cure gvatentud er ne fey Address Voltaic BeJtCeu MnfhallMlcla made Coallr 70aweea all adayu buneeasllvAiugusla Halae - Outfit free Addreae Tacs A Co and expenaea to A TSAE Agents OalSt Free Addrese P O VICKEST Augusta Maine We will eend our Electro Voltaic Belts aad otha Electric Appliances upon trial for thirty days ta thos afflicted with Jcrtoue DeMIUyand dtMeatse a jxrsmol A Jf V Cln- - O 1 777 a ireeat in your own town Portland Outfit ejee free Address H Ruxztt A COTerms sad UMaine P S OS jslUOO I n rtr one 4 - UUil Efor Consumption is also beet eeagk medlciaa r--