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, : : r 'f " d V' Remedies tar upts lu C'UIck- An Obio chicken raiser recommends fc? a certain cure for gepei in clii.ken. tt follow Mil cue-half a taioon ful c-f common faiphur with a little corn Ei&l ; tret it wi'h water to as to make a tliick pestc, an-i for-e it down the chick en thro?". He eUiuir) that it will effect "urc in five minutes. A correspondent rf the Rural New Yorker insists that pipes com from lice cu tbe old hen, vbich ar brtalheil in by the young hivls and produce a worm in the wind j ij e. Tbe following is Lis remedy : ' Tuke of eomronn whale one part; elroieutn, one part; add to tL-se u2i tieot oil origaiiiiiii to make the mixture tmtrll p'earant. Wueu the hen leaves the ut t, eab her breast and tides freely; tbia kills the lice on kens and chicks lo:h. ISepcat the aine once more after ten J-vh Lave packed. This is all, and erj Minple and cheap. I offered a friend cf mine one dollar for every rbick that tieparted life from papos, if the direc tions ere strictly followed. Although t two yearn have- passed, Lie bus hud no f. spes, and I Lave forfeited no dollars." Here i a remedy furnLhcJ Ly a Cin ciuasmi rorrc.pocJent cf the Country Ucot'ctuao : " In your issne of April 23, O. Y. B. I cnVg to know how it is thnt on enn'c flacethey have n tropes. The reason tf that is, the chickens roost on dry fcoor. Yew will find all chicks that roost on damp floors are euhject to gapes. Gapes ie oothiDp hut a Lad -cold, settled on the h:rzof the ebiek. You take a jotine chick when it 6rt frets the gapes. Knd place it in a warm roont. or under iV.e FtoF and it will jret well in a few tlnys ; von mn-t take aa much care of it s a child, when thev catch coVi. If 9i lt children that Lave a had cold "a cut and expose themselves, you will ive a very eick child. Some persens thiuk there are worms in the throat of the eh-tk ; they run a feather down the windpipe to drw the worm out. It is ciot worms; it is nothing hut phlegm that collect iu the windpipe. If every fanuer that haa a young brood of chick wiil keep them in a warm, dry placi very nvLt.and keep them from ruuainn Jo the dew early in the morning, he will have a fine healthy brood of chicks. I Lave raised - hundreds of thicks, and never lost one by pipes. Try the ex periment, and see if I am not right." Tobacr Grown IVitbout Suck ers. A. Paekbam, K?q., of FreMtonrillc, Carroll county, in this State, fumu-ffes the fl!cwiDg directions to tobacco grow- ri ha wonii mre the labor and trou- j r!e cf fi-.tckerin their pluuk- several j irro drinrr the cssa : ! " c 'At tLe tiae vkLc-u tuckt-ring is about necessary, provide yourself with a small tin oi! can. th tincpr ruakins tie spout vi it with a sharp point, eitnilar in shape to tLe t!:i-ii of a penkni.'o ; then filliDtr your enn whL a tolutiou of cru-le otae-h go thior gh the n.oticrj cf suckering Ly break if r 3" such a? you' see, and tiieu witli th pint of your can make an in risioa d'.wn ol liqucly into the stalk, just Rt the ppot botweeu the stem aud the stnlk, where the sucker would grow, rlropp'njr into iheiK-i:ori piT made one t'ror. cf tl. nritavb. This is the whole f-ecret. It will Dot iciure the valuable leaf, check its growth, or hurt the plauf, rf it will ki.l the genu of the future i tcl.er. Vith practice, a person en '"tor a y'lant as above stated with an Tnuch celtrifv as one can the f.n 1 '-ill thus save the trouble of goin ' r?r and Fuckericg txillioua of plants tvery yesr." An Itfsi for Hovsewives. The fol ljwir.g is taid to be very effectual procesF for renJeiing tough meat eatable. Cut it out aud whea victiniizod by unprinci pled butchers put it to the test : 'To those w ho have worn their teeth i'ohu in masticating poor, old, cow beef, we will gsy carhnnate of soda will be found a remedy for the evil. Cut the steaks the y before uing into slices tbo.it two inches thick, rub over them a pnjall quantify of soda, wash eff next ioru'Lg, cut into suitaLIe thicknesd aDd took to cotion. The same rroce?s will answer fir f.w!, legs of muttcn, etc Try itjSli who love delicious tender dish es of RJCt. Tde Motr.mcth Cave, In Kentucky, is rot without U3 Ffcry-o: love and r- nance. Sense twenty veirs ajro a dali i to- Tenuosee eirl prouii.sed her mother thut she wc-u;d net ruairy a certain man ' on tbe fice cf the earth" said suitor V.Hntj particularly objectionable to the r.d lady. So there v as qniet fur some t:!tie. Bat oq? pleasant day the girl and her lover ran away ttnd went to the cave t a pot cow failed the " Bridal Cham ler, aud in the presence of a ftw wit l 6?sc3 were there njatriniouially united, aht. ut three hundred and tweury-fivc feet ilow tLe 44 face of the earth." Omaha is full of rueu looking for era-rit-TTUqt aud thoussuds are almost ttar Inst, vcao -would williugly return if- tbey Ld tit uitf.-i n4. TJr n r mt manr r j.ican?s for work that the Pacific Hail rad Cwnpinj tave reduced the wnges cf niecSanies, .to., to S2 per day, and lit-orers SI 25, and atill overcrowded with arp'icat!,-ps. Hundreds eleep iu t5'e freight sheds cihtly, not having the rietns to piy for fheiter. The city is c.7crruc with gambler and thieves, and robberies and n-ardera are of frequent 6 ;currence. Senator Fovclek. Joseph S. Fow. ler, aaecf the Senators from Tenoesaee, asd col'.eacue of 3Ir. Fatterson, is a na tive of Ohio, and waa born at tfteaben vi 'e, August 31, 1822. lie pradua'ed from l'rankliu College in 18-i3. in which institution he waa euhaetpientlj l'rofes- " eur of Jlatematics for four tears. lie shortly after went to Ken tuety and be- gan the Ftudy of law, but reruovod, how ever, to Tennessee before completing his efudie, and wad there admitted to the bar, and where he lias siue continued toj reside. He was Comptroller of the fctate under Governor (aow President) Jcha- . eon. In 1SC3 be was elected Senator, but ws uot admitted to Lis . aeat until .1?CG. Exchange. mm m It said that no artiele of fi od for rattle gives en much profit as the arti rLtke, and that every farmer fchouid tAr. aa acre of this veet.ible. They pri1- in ry soils, all kinds of cattle de vour them, they dontrot, the frost' doe n itfpoil them, they need not he pfsntedi anew every year, and the jdalk.i are co.v-1 turc.el lv li'-r-e.". he-. ;i!,,J )(i:ti. A ) n n n Western Kentucky rioneer DRY GOODS REGULATOR ! Has beer in tbe b'iMri-s for lfni;-!!Tf years in thii" place. nl Muuncfn in the citizens- of Western Kentucky an t Tennessee thai Le. will sell asJo us the lowest, the folluwii-g jiicrchiindiee : Dry Goods, Olotliing, JIATS A. YD (US. I1AKPWAKE. qukenswapj: CJroccrIc nntl Funtltiirc. Hie stock comprises a full ainrttaer.t of ererything usually kept iu such establia'u- vrnoLrsALE and itr.T.viL. KIRKPATRICK El BHD, Carriage a k e r Exchange street, HICKMAN, KT. neatly done at short notice and on the moat rcafonable terms. jn4 ly Fpving an3 Summer Styles of Iaiel, Ilrvs Goods, Latest Styles cf LADIES:. 2IIS.1ES-. A XV CUILBREX-S,, SPXIIXf-; II ATM. ! XLiVcCilS, xICTTSrs, Ci Tr 3 Trinirs, , AT VERY L0'.V THICES at marCI MILLET Ac nOCLHAr S. Eagle Mills, F ZECIfT MR. II. M. E.0EIXSOV, having purchas ed the above Mills, annmnces to the public, lht the Mills are jOW in ccuiplete R L'XXJXG ( HDL I!, and will hereafter be ran l e ;u'arly and to thtir full power. The best quality of FLOUR AND CGRN MEAL alwayg on hand. The highest cat-h price paid for iVLcat. Jl. M. Jii)i:I.NSV, julyo ly Proprietor. BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. CASPEIt SOMM &. CO., JACKSCX STREET, HICK. VAX, KY. SAY to the citizens of ITickmsn and vicin ity, that they r prepared to do all K:nd of work in their lino upou short notice and as cheap as can be done by this market. REPAR1XG of all kind solicited. Buots and ahoes kept on hand for sale. IiOV? v CITY HOT EI,, - II I CK MAX, AT. MRS. NANCY DILLQN, rror.rictcs. rrillE greatest care giveu to tha ecm'ort of btr guests; and charges reasonable. aprl i:.) am Southsrn Express CciapanL FORWARD MONEY and Freight to all points in the United tatei and the Territories; also to all pointo in Europe. -OVEKTON, ATKELE h t'O ectlS Agents. FRANK BARTOLDUS DEALER AND MANUFACTURER of all kinds of JST "ML 3cr :kb iL C tta. Jt 9 THE LATFST 8TVLES AVT PATTBRNa. FINE PARLOR 1ND OFFICE FURNITURE, Wardrohet, Btdsfcaih, RoclAng aul Easy Chairs. Mallrtstcs, Etc., sc. tZS Wooden and Meialie Coffins constant ly ca hand and at reduced races. JACKSON TSET, HICKMAN, - K. Repairirg done at shortest noiite. Gapilol Saloon, JOHN C. T1EINZT1, - . Proprietor, Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. Keep ooustantly on bund a superior qual- j ity or Wines am Ufjuors, the best of LAGER BEER. and tLe finest brand of CIUAR3. ' AI?o. C::"idice. fltii V: nr. '''-aiers. Pi r Ii-., "1;. dec: 1 - J. I'ERTWECK & BALTZER, Complete KHtablL-tlinicnt 101 UOR?E-SHOEINfJ, !I A K I Corner of Wabasc and Carr 11ICKAN. KYA TAKF rtKASlKElX ANN Of. tbeir friend and patrons that always on baud and ready for business and will attend promptly to all orders for work. They always hare on hand the very bcetand tuost substantial 1 which they will ne!! on mojprale ter:n5. ltepairitiff dune with ueatueea and iis j.titch. dec'i ly GROCERIES AMD PROVISIONS, m a: max, a i REITS CONSTANTLY ON IIA; eral variety auik v.ell sole tner.t of GroeerieXY all kir I'.ridU-H, Boots. Shi-. I Guns ait! tbe beta manxil'-Act J etc., and Tari'ty of rf.mi'jr -lus. VAR.i ; by lhTi-fSTLx. H. STEPHENS, a bock for all Sections and all Parties. riHIS great work prrsenta the only com JL I'lete and impartial analysis of the Oiiuscs ofji? war yet j -ublisbed. and gives those in r ligh's nnJ s';aduws of the great cjl-ivi only known to those high offi cers who watched the Hood-tide of revolu tion fr im it! fountain springs, and w hich were so accessible in Mr. Stephens from his position a? second officer of the Confederacy. To a public that Las been surfeited with apparently similar pro auctions, we promise a i-narsge o: tare, notu n5TPca'.:e fin.t ealu tary, and an intellectual treat of the Ligh- est order. The Great American War has AT LAST found a historian worth v of i:s im- portance. an I at whose hands it will receive that ci vl-rat-, candid and impartial treat - pi p ii f aTii'li triilh en.'t iniii.xi a.. npAiitli i I 1 3 ! i XV A U - rt ltc. I I' i T II- I dies. S ola of 1 ludlessl M GF THE demand. The intense desire every where ! IV,11 " l."ef"ul "-T win tr-aaifested to obtain this work, its ofricial ' ""'' V'h-V vlV Twenty.fiveihou eharacter and rcft.lv- stle, ca:ndno.l with au ?u'1 ,- Ll"h, w l increased cominisaio:t. make i: the beat sab seviptioa book ever published. OncAsent in Eas-oa, Pa., reports 72 sub- One in Eostoa, Mass., 103 subscribers in j f jur d ly s. On" in Metuj his, Ten a., IOC a-ibrcribers in ; five days. j Send for circulars snd -e our terms, act ' a full uesc-'ftjitinn of the w ork, with ptcfS; notices of advance sheets. . : Addres NAMoNAL priH.ISIllNVI C'" , ' 1 4 "S West Fourth street, Cincinnati, O. ffWEIXTY-EIGIIT SIZES OP TIIE CELEBRATED Are now nait by the Excelsior Manufacturing Compvy ST. LOUIS. TITESE Wri.T.-KNOWy AND VERT POPU LAR CtKKfSG S TO ES hare been before the public since lsV. Each ncceediDir v-ar has added to their Hmlarity, until the nwnr hn become f miiifir in every buucnuld in tiie Went anil souLb. 1'be deuaji'l lur our Nov Chiirter Osilc last year was greater than wecoub! supply with ttie tizts then ma lt-; anticipating a xliil greater 0 la ml iluriny the present year, we hare mmle at-U-rnA lor several ail'lition'al sizea, aud are tin imred to manufacture lliO to liii - - CHAHTEIt OAK STOVES, per day, of TWE.TJefiGHT IIFFERE.T SIZES. We ltna. vi the oinration of every Mora we mauura.-tuiVnl offer a- r-ferfn'e any" one cf the many thotisan-ls that have be-n sold", wherever tiiey may he found. ither labor or rxpt-nw haa been epared to mate our NKW CliABTKlt OAK a rEIlFECT COOHLG STOVE, and we otJt to the trade as the BKST CV STKLCTt "-r nrRAIJUB and t'N'IFOKM operatiiui "' O nViT;)VK in the mark.-'.. In al X H'K STOVE EUSI- JipumithV -Jk.lc, tiieJxr.-st and rami oim..i TTk ) Vletala f Lou in .Stamnina Cori Xihirj us t disrotintu to larpe buV t FRENCH H.NXED Il:ONWAKl4 -nd Tinner, HaTtnir reeentl v rcdiie-f5.t- prices of it oar OWN MAN'UFAUl ' :,we believj aouKckf-enerw will flin' lo thfir int for Catalotriie and PrictVfat aud examim before purchasing elaewnere. .Addrea EXCELSIOR MAXIT'G , Bt. Louia, MissMxt. Sold by fitrrf o!d by all sfove dcuHrn. TJDar2l 7 m n(EDERI(X WED1IAN, 33 o o an SJxo "At A X L'rA LU i ViTjiAV JACKSON STREET, - - HICKMAN, KT ANNOUNCE that he ia prepared to do all work in his line., Loots ana Shoes of tbe very finest make and qualitj put i:p on shortest notice. Repairing of all kinds solicited. Joh.ii Witting, ZEJ-Tiiisra- nous and BEER VLOO at Lis new brick build! ng on Jack Keett constantly r vid the be of - LAGER r SARDINES, dec25 1 ETC T TL1VS Fit EN Z hna oponeJ a new Beer fi Saloon, corner Clinton and Cumberland street, und-kFrenz Usll. lie also kec- .t.pe nes t'onfectiouuL;, Candies, Ovsters. Sardines Pigs Feet, etc. Also, Root and iioc ahop next door :o thy j loe'U. . The best of workmen employed, j fa'.oe.u. . tr.e vest ot wui-Kinen empK.ye,! - and rcpriirini; doao with neaine-s and dis- , jatcu jan4 ly Shingles! li!iiisi":Io.s ! IA AAA CYPRES 5 SHINGLES FOR ' IIMMM &le, by Lrale, OCtl'i OVJERTON. STErr.E A CO. J. LOAN". Nat ton!. tur. r im i uci liar x inu.ii"- r. V-i 7 West Pratt strvet t: i: i si'ir. .VI. , whwWMS incrs- V i'eraJ 1 IPKU 4 f f i-s of -C7 ' lreet-! iility i 'ECTUSjP r TUB 1 ?Tflmi HoTrtr or National Tpkrami Coinr O A VY (hganixed unJr tl ? I.v. 3 f the .T"J 1 tf New Voik. jie r; ri'l. i ?f r coiiff. re! Vy t!n Nations! C M& til Law ; pifni by i'oii ',i''t-;, 'e' tve flit ici'sior. n-l n y x rp v edi. K C A PI T A L STOCK " S 1 fi.toJ5 In 101.000 t?han;B. Par -Ai , l-riiOfK! OF IKE Cl P uTtrV j Prt-ri'Unt ! Vicif l'rril..-nt. j Troi Purr , Ororue ll. :v Knt-ert 'f,-"r- L- i ..1. TV . iv. .ri.'urnv , M'ClTt AW iitorfre litrn'rj.1 !iiii.erii.i!ua.lii Lii." t or. i I I j r.ngineer -...Edward w f V-a I 00n rc-ebtabliblied. Line of icler J- . lixnix-Tofe. ft- j ttr "l'1 ojeied and iu proeciii bf construci i J5Lo'--P V. Sn9r, Ben. Holla dar.awlLL0, Uu-ope. Aaia. and .South A wV-jSZt ! n7tt: Smith. Kob-rt tvjuirea, igPty;?r,Ut0 oM, Xhon.as Kwinp.jr, Chas T X Keyes. Fred k Freiui-P, L"- Tiuell, Edward W Scrrell, Charle.. ....... .-.i i . . . jk w Thompson. Theodore E. UaH. ar.rct.Tivc committkb.3 lien Holludiiy, iSeor,? B Senu X Scpiarc John M ,1hk,i, 1'red k rj .W.e B AVaHer. U:H Cha Noule, r.rostus luruine, jr. 4 . J t-"-s' jr'S, 1 rincipa 1 i rn-!' w a v , X e w It will be toen br,-iae tate eielu coutained that the ora;anii;vti)ri orth; com pany was a necessity growing outf tbe couiniercial and buiues want of thicuun- try impel ativoiy demandinjr an iuyrAae of - ? telegraph laciliues at reasunaoje ts C-f--f i.'iiVa r rtus 3iM'-p :'M lc The whole ttlczraph ey-iein t.ites is now in the h-md-s ot one coU'nv 1 eviU inseparable froia sucli a Pvjuiic VianjrerouH monopoly a re alreauy s T.us anJ lccreiissng. uenei cau ot,- oaJv In legitimate competition. :" DU'ribuiiim of troelr. iVjr yit is proposed that the benefits. V" ,is eCTr.any i-'hiiit b. enjoyed, not by a . tv vorcd persons, but by the business -i u'Hrtaik inferior It Iri ,o.,iT-i" til l u . . ... . e.- de anct wLose linerul -rn.,.J-s surreys. To ibis 1:l,.F:. fs ! ii .-1 . ! t-.l l.i r'ni'p the Stock ut all ' J . . com u""- point, it wu oe untri'iuifijio Pai VJto Jei-ch:ints, lauutacturers, limitt-d amounts. 'Huiivnd o Tf Capii-1 Slack. ' Y . ". l- Ten Millions e.f Dollars, divide ioto shares cf Un Hundred DolUrs each. CcUIIjtc tole 3!a,!f. 4. Ot c t nr ct of tLc ttcck w ill be rCV- rd on !i:b!rri'ui;g, HEJ fu eiC- d five rcr c-.-sit male bv the P.ard of i.: rectors, Iron t:me ncL-osjary to siiri-lv ! to . ti ns mav bo lu- fun is t construct and e jiiip the li;s but no calls will be m.-.du after the one prreia I is j ut 1 until the entire capital siock t:ail j have been subscribed. !... ,' r,.,,;ii n. A'1'oil Cc"'!it RrntiirrJ. ! r ... ! ' ' company confidently bel:cv hat mf riiiiii'i'rc:ii: centers ana iinortani iaccs in the I'Lited States. Hiis opiaion.- .lpon flic mo-! ieii.i..,e est;ii:at'.e ftM i soon?i!.".e oCers to cous truct and cqu? i-S. Ia a"! cases the not earnings of th' pany w it! je applio-l to t r.e puv uiru t .N ,,a i t ! ftcv, uuj in t. wi:i esrti'i.s ! divcrtei 'u the co !! 1. ft vv 1: ucs. 7. t 1th the stoek in L.-in-!s of the b:iiutss i'iea of the country, exertii: iunuerTi-e u augment its business, at u :iL v Tneuty-Sve Ihousa lid W iic i'-j'tipel rtnd in (.p.? ration, the c-b-h-ve lu..t. at reasynaldis r;vs; ti; nc-sS will pay i.i-.-ial dlvideu-is 0:1 I "I tire c i it.ii st R.c.-rr.rf.:,- thi P -I;-. i.5.! May r fo-md in the enorni'm) pr ev -ry o-.T.-f: iemlde loiv i:ue op on I i: 1 coutinenl. 1 ue ireseut teiej, 111. lir..-llt 1 1 i-'l.rv j tiiir.opoiy iia-j watered" i:.s slock to iticx-l i tent of over one thous j aiiiiitiiit ai l in; and i i per cent oi' tbe '. t;U it pays, (Jjt.iie tock i hu m'.late. . saiijlai-tcvv .iii...! Our compaii v w iil dunlicaie ail the ri n- erative li ne : ow c-c rated by the moj o ly. ut.d el'-i t iberr t ill pny for our ock only the exact co.-! of our line?. , . A-'IJUi"ual Rectvtir. 1 t P. Tlie exirting telegraph inoncpolif s lave ' nvei- Moulin to supply adequately thelc-j mnud I'r the use of the telegraph, much i less have they attempted to 'stimulate nich I demand by uu increase of facilitiea avJ a j reuucimii oi ra'es. ntiilc.lhcir tucf' ics have remained a'.out cunstarjt,"" iheif. ten have steadily advanced. unTii theTTT. Ma i telegraph has come to be a proditriot'. V.s I upon tue ccoiinerciiil necessities of the try. an ujvutice m rates t their uni j expedient for. Iimiticp the amount of business to their restricted facilities. Inert nft.l F"ttil, ir rm.l 1 I.1 . . . . ............ ..c, ty.ura. m- Every intelligent man knows ihni an enterprise founded upon tlie netesiiitie-. of trade has a ln-ai ihier and more durable ImmIs when it aims lo do n constantly increal'ig business at fair rates than wueu it Xea merely a restricted business at exorbitant and increasing- rates. The success of c!1p j postage in Lin-ope and America seems n.Ner ok Vr to twve been thought of by the ttle Jtrn 'oiists. It -is believed that if timca'. e prcru t I legraphic facilit iesW furn-.shed to the public at one-tenth i present rates, the increase. uf"bu -fHRI ' Jjustity the change. fir Proposed Telegraphic Rcrije. 11. Trunk li-ie throughout' thi-U StateH and Territories, which shall uV-T ed lv connect with liaes to Europe,' A irouth America. When to be Don. 12. Within one year from the time capital stock is subscribed, thecomi.-itii pect to nave riuinuei,twenty-five thT 4vftXMiia; ' ; "-t maieriu-f operation. ""-wsV Cer taint' of Success. Sw. c 13. It is prov ided thnt every itockho. in addition to his re:iilar dividends, s receive an equitable rebate on the amour '1 Of I business furnished by himself, payu ,--" tfwtally ; thos, the stock being wid r tributed, aud every stockholder special interest to atipment the busjn- .. . . v. .a n . u i w o u J t j l.,i,irm4 "t.)t'h 3' li. I. LVIU. "I J y . to UVV I"1 VI 111 LhtlriLution vf Dirtetvr$y-1 r. ...... - i i? secure in tne raanapeineat an e:.: able representation of the etockholrAr tht-onhfut the euutry, the Inrge comn -.A. . 1 DfiUrru will r.(. tl-l-s.ili I in I in lt It." ' Tr - ' - poul.a on tne rr comtneniat ion ol tae st holders in the Tarious localities, and operat ions of tbe companv thus become.- eral in its mauagruent as welt as its bu nets. The covq-iany Irmatunt. lo. Heretofore evcrv new telczrarhi1 ' terprise hai- foonrr or later been absorj.' ! by the dominant lnonoply ; but the third v" j tioncf the act of Cong-rets which cot V; upou this Liinpatiy its valuable franc i lbsolmely requires it to maintain a nt'i .i i : . . - rw-.. absolutely requires it to maintain a sf;" ate and indepeudcut eiisience. See f Act WW3 ti, ota li. Uu Jcr it telegraphic 'cowpanxe h j, j,t.ej u.en 0 r!inizcJ ,,v tt fcw weaitu y en rit&lis ,b,;!iC comr-auieg have been consolidated ut j (ler oue i'ourd of Management; they $ f Tf . .1- j Mtjo up ot oppr.ttion companies, wnn pn I allel, lateral, and useless routes, costly li '"ainTaiu. Their liabilities are heavy, aiiri j they employ a multiplicity of olueers wf' receive Urge salanes: yet tbey pay isr. r, dividends. With (heir capital stock larpei j watered, amounting ik lol'orty-tvo MiHiotiS now iu the azgrcja. 1 of D-jllars, they scfsSf T ;oi-litsr 5 the A t m ninnrti.nii fi.a hiii-n.-s nt evoriu'sr 3 rt-s. and thu bfurtit ihc fc'.' a! p - 'ic ol at ; 3 - . I, r" r s S Tht Proj'Otcd Change. 17. The sliarchoidera in this orjranizRiion . will many liiuei mor! r.unieiouit tliflu j tboe if any othr teli-graph cumpauy, aaJ j j Kill be inierfstcd in i i j busiuess au.l tuc- j ! i-"s. AVe ii !i u 1 1 fstKbUsli only direct trunk routes required by the Imeiiif-H of t Le coun- , ' try. Vi c Fhsil incur no liabilities boyonJ j j our moan in ih; treasury: cud we hupe by j j energy, economy, dispufch. and careful! j inannp iiieni. to be enabled to c-u)ppf sue- j eeenfiilly Kith tlie j. resent i-oiibolid-ned J I irjoiioj.oly, aud to fumnn tbe public cheaper ana tetier laciuties ol lelegi-apuic coL-iuiun-icatioa. Th.- rrorre-r:. 1 13. The btiiiie9 of teleprRpLinj is in i'8 ! tlTfB10V. It Ti'.UHt rfi'iiillv irn'.rm. in tlm im. . i . . . r . ... OU'JU f U lift 3I1H VIPl.i SI! 1 iriefttor vu- turn. The buiiiness of the Southern ftaie j Laving been suepended durin 5 lbs war will! truct in 1. oi . , ; -"" r,:"".B.Iul UJ".r,; r ( '"u", " 111 Te ne ieifrrr.iri nn.f inbiu-p no ua.!s for the purpose of eii.eut com '-UCV . 1 , " Ati J aul one 8n Volden oi pc ,rh c W 1 .. , sjsuitude j u.i.i iv uur 1UIUR" H8 Cn Illiport- 1 plainly show tbat"Thit i the opportunity for inaugurating a tele- terprise of the character aud of the one now proposed. An ExtruorJinary Advantage. Z 'be applie-n rtf Tt. .M iw-.t ...j id i -imed herewith. The exist ing cy solidatcd monopoly opposed the pas- Bfe of this law with all the influence aud power it could command, but the public in terttt prevailed, and we have now a nation al recognition of the importance of our en terprise with' a prant of the m"t valuable franchises ever conferred upon!? Telegraph company. The National Telegraph Compsny fully : accepted tlie tcruig of the J F.Oth , Ji''. by tiling their written he Postmaster tif nera'T't1 r-s uoscr iters fc.oula nit f'iids to the Treasurer Frederick Trentice, Esq . who w ill sena bv return i the same. All fther coram be directed to George It. V' National Telegraph Compa .t iork. " Whenever subscribers d'-ire so to do. they. etui pay at once thirty-five per cent on the full auiouut of their subscriptinrs and receivfe certiticntef uf stock issued bv the - coiMpanv; and in ail ctij".-s were tLirfv-five r : . ... ...... ver cent niis i-een paiu in, and tlie 1 reas urer's receipts returned, certificates will be issued to hol lers of the recci their order. fy Vour attention is called to the papers accompan. ing this, and a prompt respoi se IS necvsrtarv in enmir n .rtnm i rtn.m. :4 ) (I m bsequent calls, toT'tion in the"beneti!s of this or-tiix.ttion. per wont ii, wfl be Extract from Ih United State Statutes at large, vol. 10, page; 1M'., as..Uows: An Act to establish certain Post bonds and lor other purposes, approved March a. ifi.li. . V -ze see And b it further fsnrt-i '.atlroads and parts of Hail- j ea, tnsi an tne t;atiroa.Is an.l pa roads, which are new or mav hereafter be in i .., t. ... a ........ .' i i 1 ! aii'i iiic amue : e nerei-y ue- cia;eu rosi t.oa-is. -I-V A CT to aid iu the construction of Tele- jrtarh Lines, ami to secure to th- Govern- ' laeut Ihcusi? of tiif same for f'otnl Mill-' tary, aud other purposes. i llf tl r;i,j-.-'- by tht Snit- c-i-'. JLit.tr if R-Jt- rt-n:j,.. of th; I '-ulc -7 Sat-1 of Air., r:.-,i, iii L i.jr:M . bi-ti. That at:v 1 pai.y now organized or whicu ;e i r..j a c;ou !i r.'ti fret be 0'.-ar.iz-:a. under the laws of uv Sure in j this I uion. shall have the riyht to construct. ! nt-aiiitain, and ojerte Hues of telegraph ! ! turoutsii Mid over any portion of the public e i uontain ot the 1'cucd ;. over and ulonr 1 ! L'nitod Staffs w h:-h liav- been or may here after be declared such by ret cf Congress, au.l over, un tcr, or Kcro.?s t!ie navipuble ! waicii t't" t!i-j L'niteJ StHtts: ProviJed. Tlmt such s'riu ncs of t-.:'.eraph shall be con- f 1 and maintained a"? not to obstruct j :.v i jTMiim of 9iirh stieaoi" and waters,' fertire ith th? or-Iinai-y travel o:i ! ti. ii!:;irv r pest rou-i. -tud sbt of I sue 1 atii c:T.':iu:e. fhall hare the riht to tnkc j a ii i 1 1 e from Mich j i'bl;c land the ii-cr- ! sa:y sionc. timber, unl other materials for its pofii. piei-x, stations, and other needful i ici m ii.e const ruci mil lntinlenance, and of teleuraph, and i operaJ ion of Raid lines may pre-empt and use such rortiou of the! unoccupied public ! a .!! subject to pre-emp- ; tiou through tthkh iis eaid lines of tele-! graph may be located as may bs necessary for it stations, not exccediiiir fortv acres for each Stat ion ; but such stations .shall not be Mtliia fifteen miles of each other. Sec. 2. Aud be it further enacted, That telegraphic communications between the several Departments of the (ovf riiineul of the United States aud their officers and agents shall, in their transmission over the lines of : said companies, have priority over all other - business, and shall bo snl at rates to be annually (ixedl-y the Postmaster Gen eral. - i Sec. 8. And bo it further enactel, That the rights aud privileges hereby p muted shall uot be tin nsferred by any company acting unucr mis ncx io any corporation, assovia- j lion, or person: Provided, however, That th j I. nited States may at. any time after the ex- j piraiiof of fi ve years from the date of the; pasaga of this act, for postal, military, or j Other purposes, purcb as ejfcll the telegraph j lines, property, and t-'P JiUSI.yj.M of! said companies at auit. ii""-i' ascertained by five co S persons, two of wlioiia'- " V the Tostmastcr Genei&i;. ftA I two bwthe comranv iat.. f -n- -J al the four so previouslv j, '"fte bcTpre any It leirrapli compati fcisc any of the powers or privi red by this act, such company shnli file their i written acceptance with the Postmastor Gen- lverl of the restrictions and obligations im posed by this ict. Approved, July 21th, 1863. Stock nav now be subscribed in this cora- J pinyat ,their office iu the city of Xevr York, X at 20SiMain street. Lon'sville. Kv. x' 'iM, Arc carers' bars ks, .4ent Whobsale Grocer, Forwarding a - AND COMMISSION MERCK J 1 7 n tr f r . -a. , - 37' AGENTfS 1'OIt Ohio Kivcr Salt f .4 L.AKfiE supply of S.JLT, LIME, and 'J. CEMENT, and heavy is ii ocimics. Vusrar, Cl-ffee and Molasses, etc., constantly : V. on band. . "I r t V on band. Hl;tARB0X & BRO., f! ' " 'r,E.1,,,!l IV DEALLRS IN Gold Pens & J ewelry Watches. Clocks, and Jewelry REPAIRED: and warranted ; STENCIL BRANDS made to order, for marking Barrels, Boxes, if., Small Piates for murking all articles of clnthinj, 52 XTnJon Street, NA?HVII.J.T:. : : f TENN i Nashville and Northwestern RAILROAD. OFFICE GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, Nashville, Tenu.. Jan. UCS. ) ON and after Funday, January 12, IBCS, and until further notice, TWO DAILY PASSCVGER TRAINS will be run between Aashville, Teen., MeiniLii. Tcnu., and iick- u.an, Ky with the Mobile oldt for Mobile, Mediate points. vi:h a FIRST 'S TEAMEP.r for Vicks- . I j ' : t : f.ul all iL diate voints on the UDner I'tid Lowcr I sissippi Rivers. A first-class nan and C; V, making clo.e connections with the UiHfois Ceutral Railroad for St. Louis., Mo., Chicago; III.. lubuque, Iowa, .St. Paul, Minnesota, and all points West and Northwest. Making clone connections at Nashville with Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad for Chattanooga, Rnoxville, Lynchburg, Richmond. Wanliington, Baltimore. Phila delphia, New Vork: .-Itlanta, A ugucta, Savan nah, Charleston. Mneon, Montgomery, West Point, etc. Connects with the N'.i,illft"'t i i, .it ..-ur, iv.. i., ua riecatu-., in. 1u,t la TtiK i'liouresr and CutAPrsT Rocie to Motrins, it being seventy-nine miles shorter than the Decatur route, and forty-sis miles shorter than the Edgefield and Kentucky route. . W. P. INN IS, Chief Er.g. and Gen. i'upt. N.aud A! V7. R. R. WHEELER & WILSON S'A' U'XG MA CHIXE. .War led th-bijhst premium at the" Exhi bition of the Si. Louis Agricultural cud M-'chinical Pair, 1W6, THE WORLDS FAIR, LONDON, at the FRENCH EXPOSITION, TARIS. tVCKI XACUINB IS IV A RE AX XL D THREE YEARS. The yearly sales of Wheeler t Wilson are equal to the sales of all other Setvlcg Machines combined. From the Sciennrc American. We use the WHEELER & WILSON, and pronounce it without a rival. A. SUMNER, ' C.,rth Fifth t.. St. Louis, Mo. to GOODS! Tiilh Arrivals at WOLF & PL aim, Corner Clinton aYid Jackson streets, JI1CKMAN, KY, A. ENTS FUBNISflINO 000D3, JT LADIES' DRESS GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. Our large stock was selected with great care, and can be sold at prices lower than they were ever before offered in this mar- apII8 JIOV.iL TURE STORE, TREET, Warehouse, "IHARLES OSWALD ITa'removed his fur- V niture into his new building, and an nounces that he haa juet received a large stock of JSi" Taa. ib. :5 -tan. Jt" tf 9 conaistin of . . Wardrobes, TJareaus, Bedstead-'. " Chairs, Diniug Tables, W a she tan da, PARLOR FURNITURE, ETC. The greater part of his Furniture is manu factured by himself, tcj under his own tu-t pnrvision. and can therefore warrant it. S?Tj. Particular attention given to all kind of JOB WORK and REPAIRING. Undertaker. i He keeps constantly on hand til bis old! stand undir ike "CouaiER OFricr," j rvtetalic Collins, ! tTiii roM'n C-.-E?, 1 rates, die?' lc CtlAKLES 0.-ALD. endOhi.X i V, I J Jts, or their Qj ",v,1 no23 rf J m t W 7 NT NcaT VrvcTh. Job Printing. TH E HICKMAN COURIER TIio INXost Complete in South-western Kentucky. PLAIN CR FANCY COLORS, AND I.N TUE FIHEST STYLES.' HANDBILLS, CARDS, BILLHEAD;, and zes aWa uVl. us: BILLS OF LADING, CIRCULARS, ETC., ETC., Zseritod in tha Zest Btyla cf tia Art Ordsrs scot Vj mail will receive prompt attention. WAimi;?, a. MAKTiJf, Preprittsr. JONES BROTHEBO, Comiulsalon Merchant, COTTON FACTORS, NO. 17 JEPFLP.30N ETREET, JIouiphiN, - - . Tenumtf. RE5PECFULLY inform the cU:nt ,f Writern Kentucky and Wet TennisM that they are still in buniness, and willliv prompt and faithful attention to all bus'i Dees entrusted to them. may 24-ly - . CAaTxcLL, Late of ) tt. r.atr, Mom. VTilliann, Cartmell V phln, Tenn, I at. f 1 Co., MeuiphiijTen. J ( Uniontawn, Ky. Oartmcll 0 Drury, Ccttcn Factcrc, Prcuuce and General Commfcaion ontl Forirord Injf 31crcliant, CtM rrent It.. Iet. Tf sihlwtts i MEMPHIS, TENN N. R W. jrtve cur Personal attention t. the sal. and shinment of Cut inn .11 kinds of Western Produce. Al.o. to 112Iia Plantation Orders. BSTAOrderR nd coueij-nmente eolicited A Kkfrr To Bondurant A Drtvr. 1 T rl?. trell Ilickxnan. Kv. H.lli,t. kA. ' r-.!'. - FASHIONABLE TAIL6R, uimm utocc, ci.it ton sTatrr. HICKMAN, KT. HAS O.V HAND A LARGE FTOCK B fine Vesting, Fin. Cassimeres, Jir4 Cloths, and a superior stock of Oentlemtn Dress Goods. I invite all who wish t par chase to come and examine, and I will fcc certain to satisfy them. dec25 ly I rEP.BON. CONFECTIONARY & BEER SALOON. at WbitKnj's old tland, CliaUa st. Lager Boor. JOHN iEMONESE informs the pl'n that he has opened a Confectionary housa, in which he keeps all sorts of droceriea, Liquors of the very btst qualities, Cardies Oysters, Nuts, Flour, Coal Oil, aud the usual variety kept in such establishments, whiak he is prepared to sell cheap, and would fea thankful for a liberal share of r stroaare. janll ly HICKMAN MARBLE WORES, IIICKAN, KT. mmm Italian ami American .Harblv MONUMENT?, TOMB AND GKAVK FT(NE?5. , HAVING received a fi ne lot of Atnarirsa and Italian A'arb'.o, I am prepared h.l all orders. Call aud eiamine our rk Orders from the country promptly 61i. riiurr TREES. )A AAA 4PPLE Trees, sslect tsri--WjUllv'-"8! adapted to this sliaaate. cultivated and lor sale, at th HIGHLAND NURSERY, eight miles from ITUkman, Ky., tks Dyersburg Road. apU2 ly. GEORGE E. ROC tR. Barber Shop. E, MARGRAFF & CO,, RESPECTFULLY INTORMS TRK an iens of Hickman and vicinity, that lh J are prepared for Shaving and Hair Dreasiag, or Outing, nub. neatness and dispatch. Also, Sbampooning and Hair-dying. Manufacturer and Dealer ia Havana and Eomrttic. Cir$, TOBACCO, f.VUFP TIPM, ITC. als", Toys, potions, Ele., Clinton Street, HICKMAN, - - . XT. dceCS Jy Wm, B, Benny's ?I0T10 IS Quick Sales and Small ProflLs I PSALK IX DRY GOODS, CWTHLNO, BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, etc jau6 ly PTJRSI 2TTJJE3 I The highest cash price paid for Furs a a 4, country prouuee. 4 Nicholson iiuose; ,CprnT Church and Spruce Strrt, ntmr X. it- C. and X. tf.- A. H. Railroad $, Xa.ihvillc, Tcnn. rrHIS houc is situated in the roost pleas I ant part of ihcciiy, excellent acrnraae dutions, and entirely free from the bnstl and confusion usual to large hotels. jj 20 St. Cloud Hotel, Corner Church and Summer Street, J Wliibonrn, I'roprlrlor. Taslivillo, Tenn; eptll ly ST-AOKY HOUSE,. NASIIVILLR, TCNN. Proprietor. sep'.H ly MANSION 110 US H Nashville, Trim., Market Street, North Side Public Squirt. JAS. R. BRUCE, Proprietor. THE utmost care eiven the eotnfori of zuj;s, ana charges iees tnn suy oincr bitel in Niahviile A shr of tba iarl- i us. x;;. J5a . j r-EALra i.h I i-ij ptIcns, rrp- cifiji! -lictcd. .. . . . l r ,