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' L0CAL news.
Yesterday was St. Valentine's
ERASD NEWrFEATIIER'P.KDS, ne
Tiakn, new everything, any eiae and weight,
V T. F. WlMOBH & Co'u.
"Winter waning spring
First class HEATING STOVES,
J. AV. CORMAN & CO.
Get good implements for
Items of public interest are
ficarco, but mud is plentiful.
Oar patrons and the public holding
from any physician and wishing
our pure freh Drugs aud careful attention,
can always have panic compounded day or
nijht, at Fortune' Drug Store
Manufacturing enterprises add
to the wealth and prosperity of a
-Our Circuit court. convenes .
on the 23th vith a prospect of a
vory fair docket.
Miss Sallie Thompson, of Fulton,
Ky., has been visiting friends
and relatives iu tho city.
Miss Loula Montgomery left
Wednesday for Woodland Mills,
where she will spend several da;va
Eov. J. 1. Hall, of Fulton, Ivy.,
will preach at tho Baptist church
the 3d Sunday night in this mouth,
if tho weather will permit
Dick Neas loft on Tuesday
for Mound City, 111., havine ob
tained a situation in the fluishin
department of the Mound Oity
MrB. Uonry Knoorr, after
spending several weeks with mi.
a.iiuu ml ml. ricu xvii uurr, tOOK
Oity, Tenn., last Monday.
Jeff JTorred and Thou Civ.
ment loft Mondnv. tlA fnrmixr
incr to Atlanta n.i.. mid th InttAr!
The oditor of the Courier is '
in Frankfort this week, attending
to important business, and wo hope
its many readers will pardon its
Our old friend W. J. Flack,
of Union City, has announced him
self as a candidate for Trustea of
Obion county. Bill, we can't vote
for yon, but you havo our host
wishes oil the samee.
A stave factory that will give
employment to about ono hundred
hands, a steam brick and tile factory,
aud a steam flouring mill are
iho enterprises that aro being agitated
by tho citizens of Troy.
The Royal Templars of Kentucky
ought to hold a grand carnival
in Hickman now, on account
of her very superior water
the cry is water, wator,
water everywhere. a
Prof T. P. Walker, father of
Mr. Tom Walker of this city, died
in wuukkoi, Menu., ,jan. mm oi
consumption. He was rinciialj
of the. college at Trov, an., for
several years, and ranked hirii a?
It was his first attempt on
roller skates, and as they piokod
V,;,,. T,T, 1, "1 tr.l! -
boys, that was gorgeous. I must!
have kicked iu tho whole dome of I
heaven, the wav those stars flew
'round. I wonder if there's anv
loft for the next man."
Mrs. C 00k, our tair and ac-
comphshod Librarian for several 1
years past, ha3 retired to her
home, and her successor Mrs.
Eoger Hanson haa succeeded her.
Some people believe in a rotation
of officers as well as a rotation of
Miss Scott left for her home,
Carbondale, 111., last Monday, having
resigned her position as assistant
teacher in our Common School.
During her short sojourn iu Hick- j
man she made mauy warm friends
who sincerely regret her departure.
Miss Eunio McCutchen has
been appointed her successor.
Some poet writinc: oti the
weather, no doubt, got off tho following:
aatlC heart nd eec thy iIniag,
Ktctj cloa haa it silver lining."
That may be all so, but we
wish tho weather would pull off
its coot and show us the lining,
wo have soon the present outside
The waters of the Mississippi
are rolling onward to tho gulf;
time is rolling in its onward flight;
and the young people of Hickman
nro'rolling every night on wheels;
we tried it ono night, but wo roll--
ed up into a scroll and tumbled
very gracefully on the lioor, that
is to say the skating rink is yot
,tho popular resort, and many there
be who roll.
It would be well for onr sportsmen
to remember that the General
Statutes provido that "no
shall catch, kill or pursue with
such intent or havo tho same m
possession after it has been caught
or killed, any quail, partridge,
pheasant or rabbit between tho
1st day of February and tho 20th
day of October in each year, under
a penalty of $'S for each offense,"
each partridge, etc., being
a soparato offense.
We certainly must bo in favor
rith the higher poTrera; for itIiohi
the Lord loveth ho chasteneth; !
and it does seem upon pornsal of!
the many papers published
throughout tho length and breadth
of OUr country, that the elements
of destruction have been turned
loose and death in a thousand
forms havo been sweeping
from the face of the earth,
tempest and storms, robboricsand ,
murders are daily transactions
and fortunate is tho man who es
All persons indebted to J. AmbergVSon
j note or account, are respectfully re
quested to call nnd tcttle.
J. AMDERG'8 SONS.
' Feb. 8, 1834.
in our land ol nlcntv.rinnil.
tt " T
mat noTB vutii mil u ami Loner
a land that responds a hundred This word the pi uml of
to every touch of 1ms its accent on the second
bamluian, it is truly j)itiablo to gee ' syllable It is from a Greek word
some who are so destitute of the ' meaning hair, and is the same a
ordinary wants and needs of life tho hair-like-worms sometimes
as u bu uueriy miserable. Siuco
the present overllow we have seen!
tievenu sqnuuB oi women and tached to it, and refers to the
dren hovering in groups un the manner in which the panwite lies
street and shrinking frora the curled up in his tiny capsule,
wind's cold touch. Are there not j When full grown, it would lake
some good Samaritans in our midst eighteen of tho males, placed ond
who will take them to tho inu and : to ond, to make an inch. Tho
for their present wants?! ease to which they givo rise at
or will not TIo "Who tempers the j first often mistakon for muscular
winds to me stiorn Jnmb.v nut it
into tho hearts of some of His sometimes trichinasis.
people to provide such as are It was not until 1S3S that tho
ly needy, with a present homo f parasite was found in man. Du-Would
to God we weie a ring tho next yoars it
bilt or a Gould, that wo might say was proved that thoro was a con-to
all such, "be of good cheer, ' nection between the disease in a
thy wants shall be supplied." Wo man and that of a hog; and iti
are not in favor of upholding tho' 187 tho parasites were found in
idle, or the vicious, or the tho muscles f tIo nit(r wimnnn
- i - - - j
Tu ?? re some women I
i mi ' mm nit unr rkiin rn i
grapple with the gaunt wolf at the1
door are not abie to earn thoir I
nvmgbytiio sweat or their brow,j
ami unless provided fcr, must in-1
ovitably succumb to tl3 pangs of i
hnngerand the many ills which
beset the needy, the noiseless nud '
the homeless. "Oh, th rarity of i
christian charity uudertho ami."
We kill the fatted calf ind feast '
the rich man, who neeefs it -not,!
'Vint i( tllft horrrrnr in tllft L.7n.rilU !
j who wonld cat6 of tho crumbs of 1
I our bounty, wo say, 4get you hence. I
wo want none of yon." May it thousand five hundrod. The lat-not
bo so with us when we knock ' ter soon migmte toward the
admittance at tho pearly gates, i cles, following the course of the
to Knoxyille, Tenn. We hope toi Mll,B I'oint." Tho OoURtER IS
Eeethft hnvs hftf.V nfmin ennn 'likewise a local institution, and
Iu resnonso to a call for some
locals, by tho lean man who sets
tynu at the Coueieh office, wo re-
SpOIM thUBiy: Local uickman '
jg oeftl T.:,. r.:,..,tnI All n. ln.l
iJD 1UV.IH UtZlllll aillUit.V " ,
point that nroioots iteclf
nentlr between two largo bonds '
in tho river, ono above and one1
below. Ono has boon located here
for many years and was formerly!
the lean man. the fat man, and the
abort man, have all set type for
its numerous colnmna; but we
the lean man has predominated
but its present lean man is
tho leanest man that over did lean
to type: probably if he, the lean
mun, would leau in aoiao other di-
reotion and loan himself and his
'leanness to some olker vocation
ho would roenperato from his loan-
ness and hia friends who know him
onco would know him no more
forever. How is that for local, ye
Fond fathers, who don't like
to nav bijr coal bills, and considr
ate mammas, on srenoral nrinci
h.Ips. irill vi with mor or lfss.tly ineiwi ot Hers was vr l'Laiui
! Ct A
satisfaction (as tho circumstances
may warrant) the following in reference
to the efforts of one, whose
pocket-book has thus bled, to "fill a
long felt want: "A self-acting
sofa, just large enough for two,
has been invented. If pronerly
wound up it will begin to ring a !
warning belljnst before 10 o'clock. J
At ono xninuto latorit splits prt,
d while tho l
daughter of tho housa njistoirs
tho other half kick? hor young
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"'" UUC l'KW' ""- - UOUI.
Tiie question of moving tho i
coantyso.it of Hickman .county
from Cliuton to Columbus, has
boon definitely settled by tho Leg
islature passing a bill authorizing
the conuty court to issue bonds to
. . . .
1 1 Xl i 1
build a new courthouse atCliuton.
Hick More haa returned to
Hickman and can be 0und at
T. P. Fortunes. We are glad to
welcome you back, Eicliard.
The following is so good wc
clip it. Tho admirers of 3fr. I
will come down a button-
bolti or uy whe.n tho? read lt
'T"ti rin.rftontwf inrrnranll linu
never found time to answer Father
Lambert. Aud he nover will at
tempt it. iever M-as a hog in the I
Cincinnati shambles more cleanly
scraped, gutted, quartered, and
ground into sausage than this vile
pig of Paiueism and Voltairism by
tho brilliant Catholic priest. It
was the veritable thrusting of a
keon knife into a blown bladder.
Hick:ak. Ky , Feb. 12, 1ES4.
Council met. Present, Major McCulHien
Couuciliifn Becknmn. French, Moore,
Rainace, Shaw, and Williiiij.
The minutes of the meeting were
read, unproved and signed.
The follorring accounts were presented,
properly approved and on moiiou were ordered
Jno Wminjr. strwtwork, SJ.00
It. B Brovurtl.wiiulrics, S18 76
T. V. Wallace special 2oIjce, $1.50
On motion ordered :hat chccV be issued
tothcofficera of the January election for
W. L. Gardner alltcior, presented his
ofiiainl bond with J T. Qr.rdncr, and II. 0.
Becktnan aa Furetirj, which on motion wae
acceptetl and ordered gprcad upon rerd
SDTEmNTZDE.Nr OF CITY CMETEIIY.
On motion B Q Kamage was appointed
superintendent of tic City Cemetery.
Oa motion lhat the Sexton of
City Cemetery is hereby prohibitod from
digging any grave'in said Cemetery unices
a Dcrimlso to tiaiiBs iirst iwen oomineu
from the Citr clerk. '?'
Dt tt ena.ted bf thtffconncii of the city
0f Hickman, Ky;! tht it slml! be unlawful
for any or persons to p!ay any game
of dice, emls, orany game at wliich liiojiey
may be wn or lost upon any of the sidewalks,
atreelrt.or alleysof said city, oriu any
unoccupied bmlding, out house or open
lot within the corporate limits. Any ono
violating the provisions of tuN ordiianoe
ghall be tiued not les than Qc dollars nor
more thn twenty .five, recoverable byi
warrant in th City Court. Said ordinance
to take effect from" and uUcr its pinge.
On tnitiou said ordinance wa pasei its
On rcotidi the ru'ii" were suBicndel and
piMed iUHecoii'l and third reading, and on
motion id orlinanee was P'Jt upon iib
final pasa?c aud unanimously adoptel. On
motion Oouno.I ailjouniei. -
VK. K Mlcr, C.C.
From nair iieHii.i
lound m tho human muscles. The
word "spiralis" is generally at-
! rheumatism is called trichinosis.
---. -, -. ...v asuv'
the hog has derived it is an un-
uatt ion nnnnitAM n i n ..--... -. ii.&
hoc: lives thonarasite remains
mant in the animal, like tho
alls of tho butterfly. But when
tho hog'B ilosh is oaten, the tinr
capsules then are dissolved by tho
digestive juices, and trichniu aro
A single meal may introduce
many thousands of them ovora
million, savs one writer into the
stomach. Thus introduced they
ln Vr?n fifn it civ Tnnln ?. 41n
intestines, each ono producing
meanwhile a brood of at least one
blood-vessels and norves, and
reaching their goal about the tenth
Here, in five or six months, thoy
pass into a sort of chrysalis con-
litn. in lm fvAn it nnlif
-", IW w 11V1U 11 IFI VJ
the gastric juices of some other
being. Similar migrations may
tollow, wave after wave. More er
'less, however, are swept out of
the intestines, possibly to find
tbeir way back to thoir ancestral
o no in the swiue.
The trichnai have been found in
evory land. They havo also been
detected in tho cat, dog, rabbit,
rat, mouse, marmot, tho wild hog
of Europe, and evon in tho hip-
A RextRrUabln StrHtn.
Of all tho mental phenomena,
there is nothing nioro difficult of
comprehension than dreams. A
most remarkable case in point has
just reached the writer and he cannot
refrain from giving tho facts
to tho public.
For three sneccsaho uights, a
moot estimable ma tried lady of
Lids city di earned that auother la
j . .- . .
that she diod nnexpeeteuiy, leav
ing an infant of onlv thrue days
old and that she, although she Lad
babe only a jear old, took tho
iafant of her dead friend to laioo
it. The iirst night tho lady, not at
alt credulous, looked npon tho
idreau) as a Meeting phauium
the second nigUt brougnt j.
ropetioii ot the dream. the tlx.rU
wlght a,so " ,RV' b oca mo much
concerned about the unuauai manner
in M'hich her sleep was disturbed.
On tho folloM'ing morning,
somewhat unea&yand disturbed
in mind, she repaired to her
friend's house and to her utter as
toaishment found her beyond the
hopo of recovery, and beforo many
hours had elapsed, she had entered
tho spirit land.
More aud more confused at the
realization of her singular dream,
and too at the loss
of a dear friend, uho returned home
and found that hor own child,
just ono yoar old, refused to
tako tho breast again. The
child liad literally weaned itsnlf,
and hns never taken nourishment
from its mother since. Thus one
portion of tho dream after another
was being fullilieu, and tne goou
lady, with aa noblo a heart as over
beat in the breast of a true friend
or mother, made application for
the motherless infant, secured it
from the father, and has deter-
miued to nurture and rear it TJus
is no fancy picture, but the facta
as M'e havo them t;loanod from the
lady herself. Certainly it is ono
of the most remarkable cases on
record, and souuda liko tho dreams
of Bible history.
New Madrid County, (Mo.) comes
to the front with a remarkably
wicked tragedy. The facts as we
get them from privato, but responsible
sources, uro as follows: Vic
Marcus, a citizen of tho nboro
county, was found a fow days ago
in the woods where ho had boon
lying dead about two weeks. The
crime is thought to bo tho result
Of two great an intimacy between
Marcus' wife and his 'half brother.
The two men wont hunting togeth
er and when the believed
returned home he told tho
murdered man's wifo and othors
that Harcus had gone to 1 ew Madrid.
Marcus' continued absence
created alarm and upon search he
waB found dead in a sink hole iu
the woods. His hat lay some distance
from him, tho top of his
head was blown off and his gun
lay across him with both barrels
loaded. The sheriff is in pursuit
of the half brother who will be
held to account for tho crhno if
caught. Maiden, Cper.
Kontuckians Btand so closely
together that thoy are almost
In tho opinion of a genuine
Kentuckiau, there is no part of
our National history so important
as the fact that old Pete Anderson's
son Oalib married Tobo
Watkius' daughter, and aftorwards
ownod ,;Step High," tho horso that
Bon Alus rotie from Lexington to
Frankfort in 1S39. "You arc arrested
for disturbing tho peace,"
said an Arkansaw judgoto a tramp.
"Judge, I had a right to disturb
tho poaco, I am a Kentuekian "
"That altars tho case," tho judge-replied,
"I am a Kontuokiati
Arkant iw Traveler,
When von see three men enter
a saloon together it is a sign that
a quarter iu coin of tho realm is
going to change hands.
Wlipn tlsrt ttirnB SUd
dfinlv onltl n.n? roil are out 01
wood it is a igii you will have to
pay four dollars a cord or steal it
before yon got any.
When von jisk a:i editor what
is the number of his circulation it
is a sign you will hear a lie. .
When a temperance oditor or
lecturer gets beastly drunk it is a
sign that whisky is no respecter
When a man walks twenty yards
ont of his way to shako hands
with yoa and inquire about your
health it is a sign that ho is a can
didato or soon Mill bo.
When a man tells von that ho
will pay you that little bill noxt
M'oek if he lives it is a sign that
he will Ho or die.
When a man has tho cheek to
take a newspaper and never pay
for it, it is a sign thai he is fit for
'treason, stratagem and spoil."
When you tee a yoansr lad 'I
when she meets a ew, run an
stream as if the cow wa a grizzly
Dear on tne war path, it is a sign
that that same younjr lady is an
excellent milker do not misun
derstand us : we moan she has had
yoars of experience iu milkin
com s, and probabb, in feeding antV,
taKing care ot them.
"When a man and wifo aro unusually
affectionato and loving Mil
..I.l,4 1 i i
puuuc ii is ti very gooti sigu uiR!
it is sometime. war to tho broon
handle behind the scenes.
When a young lady at table with
company cats in sucn a mincing
manner that it requires throe trips
to convey ono bean from hor plate
to her mouth it is a sigu that if
she gets a chance at the pantry an
hour later ho will make it look
When a girl who looks as if she
would weigh one Hundred and forty
pounds tips the beam at only
ono hundred and fifteen pounds it
is a dead sure sign that her beautiful
form is largely composod of
rinjlHg Tola?r VTltSiont ft Llctnan
1m t ic liluo wr.., (, iippor.l
There seems to be a general
misunderstanding among planters
regarding their right to buy and
sell tobacco. The following from
Collector Finnell. of Covington,
Ky., will fully explain their rights
in this maiter:
oik: i on can receive oi youn
tenant any amount of leaf tobacco
raised o:: your laud, which maybe
reserved by May of rent, without
paying special tax. If however,
yoa buj their portion of the crop
so raised, you must pay the tax.
Farmers and producers of to
ra y s?!l at thepfee of production,
tobacco of their own
growth and ruudngat retail direct
ly to consumers, to an amount not
exceeding one hundred pounds
annually, Miiiamt painiT special
tax. Airto a larmer wlio furnisher
such tobacco only as rations and
supplies to his laborers in the
same manner us other supplies are
furnished by him to thou, provided
that the aggregate a'tionut so
furnished shall exceed one
hundred nouuriit in ait aha vixtr.
Numbers have boon buying
bacco in the country without "
cense from the Utiitodtates,nd
the collector has bocoraoawaro of
the fact, and will hunt up all sacl',
and compel them to ay a penalty
as woil aa take out a license. A
word to the wise is sufficient.
Toko out a license if you wish, to
purchase tobacco on speculation.
The Now England Freo Thinkers'
OoQveutiou lias formed su
tbat chnrnl?8 shaH uol bo exeunt
from taxation; the judicial onUi
nbolisbed; all lawu forciug tho observance
of the Sabbath and
Christian morality repealed; th
Biblo romovod from tho publio
Gchoola, and Government aid refused
That Brown's Irox Bitxsrs
will cure the worst case
Will insurca hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression v
aud low spirits.
Restores an exhausted ,
ing mother to full strength ,
and gives abundant .,
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
. - v
Overcomes weakness, wake-
fulness, and lack of energy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison, s
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
17 Walker St., BaltlQero. Dee. i5S'. te
For x yean I kave btm a
iufferer frcm Elcvjd T)ise,
scything oa i Wxch, in w,
life hsd ataMit become a ""g;
Iron Birruis adrerused ";
and have not felt to wefl ." "?
re : u 1 d at the ??' M"!
Bro-'s Iron Bitter
will have a better toniCL
effect upon any one whij
needs "bracing up," than f
any medicine made- p
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Mm W Ml
Wo have marked down the prices
nch, considering our heretofore famous low prices, means that yon can
ouy goods trora us, NOW, cheaper than they were ever retailed in this
We arc offering Rare Bargains in
Now 11 the accented lima. Strike
ag Sale will only last for a short time. We must make room for
,..4; ALEXANDER & MAXWELL.
'j LesSers and Makers of LoiaJErioee.
' I. F. Wr. Cbsss Smith will be fonod behind our counters ready to
wsih on h'n noraeroua friends and customers.
Who Made Hie
m jU 5 ! a u c! A
aSSi 355SilSi3 BBS&ES f
WJ E nnowiC" to "Jjr friend nd fh public that wo. have jiwt received
Y nn iniatnc tock of all kintls of Furniture, and suiicit tliu trad of jmrties wih
Ikg to bar. AVe cau ehw ail styles of Furniture io plain and fancy. Also, a fine line
We uropte to make our prices to suit tbe
tfttl nd nevr leare oar houae W look for
T. P. WILBORN & 00.
irg.ore roem in nw Old Ftllowa bniUliag.
ff JoVAH kimlrt el Kepairing tone on chort
wo ai.prepared ttgt speei indneeaMiits u
Gcntractors and Builder of Houses.
WEST KENTUCKY PIONEERS.
mra ' i n n
IE) XaX O-l
Clothing, Boots, Skoes, Hats and Cps,
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Doors, 'Sash, Blinds,
Glassware, Etc., Eic.
H:iloia Si reel,
FIRST TO RKTArL
l & 0
AT WnOLESALK PRICES Yon can dcienJ upon finding anv thing in my house that is
kopt in u fint cl8M FUKNl'lTJRE STORE.
tZ.l'i, ntinrtr . 3. jW.
fx. m tt.Jte tV :. -
A No. 1 BEDSTEAD
A Tip Top PANNEL BED,
Oanlnor'H psrferated CHAIR SEATS, ---. 20
MATrREiSSES 0c, $1-25, I80 and oUwr sizee at same rates; FEATHER BEDS and
PILLARS, 40c per pound. 1 nm also agent for the Light running Diamond Sewing Machine.
K. B. I dhw have tho finest line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to
Hickman. Customer politely wrved on short notice.
1 FEAR NO COMPhi ITION, AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR
BRIGHTNESS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY.
Dan'l forget the place, on the opposite corner frotn PlautBro's. & Co., under the New
CITY HALL. Givo me a call before bimuir efeewherc.
E 1 1 1-, S W
mfllS HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY
J ad thorBughly renovated. Gonvenent to river and railroad, and attentive
WH'.ca ept ana, nuegoiner ono oi mo
5i??fc ? ;vE&3 EE3I
in w m I
on rxry article in onr house.
wliiln. ih Jrn ? Tirtt TTq nMTwi
X. C4 .?.?
Loio Prices f
smrit of the tiroes. Yon cad reat araared
cheaper gocli We propose to eeil ee Imc u
notice, and in a werkmaalike atjie. Abo
31 3 5
vs ewV jb rw 3v
- . E fn ufe. ,v-k
NLA RQED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED
oest appntntcd hotels in thin seotion. '
w" m;t2r iu..ni,.o.
Are now to their new buildingrat their old
stand, and are receiving the largest" aseort?
jever brought to Hickman, whioh we havo
ibought for strictly cash, and will be gold
low. down, and very
CHEAP FOB CASH.
us a call before purchasing else
J. W. GORMAN & CO.
HERTWECK, BALTZER & 00.
N C. & SI, L R'y.
F AVOEIT E!
Call on' nearest Ticket Agent,
f 0r Address
J' rnisa. AgU, Dftllas, Tax., or
I v. 1. a?ARC,
I G. P. h T. A., Nashville, Tena.
FRITZ. HELLNEU, T. Agt., ilickiaan.
Jos. SOH3K, Proper.
Keeps tte very ljest mke"of Beor, frh
and cool, ond pjliie and attentive clerka to
JiSS HICKMAN, KY.
D. L. GOLDBERG.
, DEALER. 13
'w A ?LS AUD FANCY QBOOERIES
My Stock Ih New and Fresh, and will
be sold at prices that will be especially
attractive to buyers.
V 5" G I YE' 21 B A OALLlQit.
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J&3ST SCOi XiliTIE
(TJ1TITED STATES MAIL-)
JOHN A. SCUDDUB, PresidcJ
JOHN P. KEISEE, 3upcrintcndont.
TIIEO. U 2EIGLER, Sccj. and Ttmcv
A TRMYEEKLT LINE or bocCa
RUNS St. Louis to Memphis, and a
line frwn Bt. Lonlo to
Iloraphls boats pa3 ilickn&n neiday
nights, Thursday nights and
TSchsburg boats, 6uJbj
WcdnsBdays and Fridays.
Menphis boats pass Hickaea
night3, Friday nights and Sunday nights
Vicksburg boats Jloadays,
McsQphis boats Steaners Cily of Hel
ena, Ste. Geniviave and John B. Mudo.
Yickaburg boats Clcanore City ci"
Providcace, Belio of Memphis, GoldDusij
City of Cairo, Cityof GrenvilSo ana
JAMES W. GAFF, ANDY BAUM,
CONS MILLER, VINT BHIKELB
. GRANITE STATE,
EVERY SUNDAY asd
LP.AVES 5 p. m., for Cairo, LouIctIHg
and Cincinnati, connecting at Ciacionati
with Railroads and Steimors for
lvk& Wales 2 Mm Feitiii
Giving through tickets to all points Chicago,
Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, llavr
York, Washington Cily.PhiUdslphla and
Boston. EaBt, North and VTcBtcrn tourists
will find La Belio RUor roato safe,
delightful and oconoadcal.
"Rales bv this line cheaper than cay
other first class route. Meals ad state
rooms free. Roggaco ohcekoJ tbreugb.
P&ssengera can rely en a splendid
trip by thi line, as the flienmers are oil
first cuss, having been exprersly bullv
for the aceomiaodation of paBsenftors.
rtf5f Each steamer carriea a fol! tiring
band. R. W.LIGHTBUKiB,
General Freight and.Ticket Agent
Ns 7 Monroe atr8et,Mmi.hi8,Tenu
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