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WnWS 'nv '" ' v r; t MUO IC TIISJXIIKK. The result of the recent Democratic victories has opened the eyes of somo Be publicans nt least, for they are now openly urging their party leaders to steal Democratic position on tariff re ductloii. There really appears a' sumcieiit number of KcpnblicatisljLw taking this view of the situalfohJlauii to do one of two tilings to causo tlio approaching Congress to re iluco tbe tariff, or to split their party wide open and leave it In, a hopeless minority. Judgo Bald win, a prominent Bepubllcau' of Indiana, is out iu tbo following newspaper talk, which indicates that the leaven is working: "Well; my opinion Is that the present excessive war tariff shonM be cut down one-half at least, with, of riinrftp. thn nrniiir ill. I criminations against old and mously profitable, and iu favor of ne,w n" moderately paying Indus- i,et weon ti,em It riant) l.a rm.tla.l 1111 n, . .!('. .'.., ;,'.:'...,. V..M does it mmi una uruvtT uioveiaiui aim democratic congress will do it for us in 1893. Reform is iu the uir. and the slmplo question is, shall, w iviuunijniiD iiu uiiionvo ui wrH for tho democrats to do It!" "But Judge don't yon put your reform motives rather low a question of staging in powerl" "No. I put the necessity of en! ting down the present excessive war tariff upon the broad ground that it is wrung, and that it U( vide Tor the opening of roads, ry working untold barm to tbe "iQ authority of tbo County Court, llcan party." lt0 the court-house, an estublishod "But is' not this contrary tofluw,, publio warehouse, ferry, what you have beeu advocating Mt lick, an oil well, church, seat for vcurs!" 'of government, laudiug, ferry, mill, "No. Since the tariff became aonl or Iron banks, lock or dam, controlling issue. I have never poor-house, copper or other mine, I made a speech iu which I did not " insist that our present tariff wui too blsb and that it shonlil tic eul , - " '" C7 'I (town. 1 Have always Insisted, howover, that it should be revised upon tiie protective nrincin e. I . .l- : a I win in invur ui it iiuHirnue live tnritf; nnfltatant. tn nun tlmi caaraoicr oi uio original Dry (JikmH, Clothing. Boots and '' ," "' that of the oil well lSiIOC8 is now complete, and will bo of nnu me uepot we seeino trace oi ,,! ,. . !:..., .1.5, lli A n fn mi ill ii if liuiwl nr latAP limaa I " " "" V '" " " - "- ..... w. ... "-,:,. & ..r j, -... current pbrnse, to meet tbo ex., duldo tho roads in the county of the government precincts, uud. as often as Is icalljr administered." necessary, to appoin a snrvoyor ' "Then, ynu look at tho elections fr '. All males between tho last week in Ohio and Iowa ns "2" of sixteen nnd fifty, except meaning something more thnn local issues." I certainly do. I do not believe that Urn farmers of the United States will ever again bo In favor of tbo present war tariff. My notion is that, without a radical change, farmers in 1890 02, will go against us. Tbe inequalities of the present tariff aro very bard on tho agricultural interests. Tiie farmer is provided with a spoon, while the manufacturers receive tbe protection by the shovelful. Why should the bo compelled to sell hia wbeat at tbu prion fixed iu Liverpool, in the markets of the world, and to buy all bis iiecessltlea from manufacturers protected from 3d to 75 per cent. Wbilo the latter class is becoming enormously wealthy, the former nre pulling' the devil arosut! by ths is:! and jssi staking a living. The tariff should treat all classes as near alike as possible." "Tliis sounds very much like demncrntio talk!" "Well, if it does I can't help it. I am no democrat. I don't want to see the republican party go down upon the tariff abuses, when they bold all tho cards iu tbeir own bands.'- We carry the bestline of Shoes in town Mens, Boys, Ladies, Miss'-l csaud Children's. When you need L auocs go to SsiiTn, Elltbom & Oo'H, Doti M. DlckiiiBon, of Michigan. M00?.". ' " i speaking of the recent x. .victories in Ohio and Iown, sniil: 'The result ail over the country was a more ovewliclmiug victory than probably the most sanguine of ub anticipated, but it was a re-suit that all thinking men and Bin- dents of practicnl sentiment were ready to peo recorded. The results iu Ohio aud Iowa aro to mo un emphatic indorsement of tariff reform ns outlined in tbo Inst message of President Cleveland to Congress. I know that It was the personal desire of Governor-elect Campbell that tho flgbt should be iimdo on tho tariff reform issno. and I know that on that general outline it was conducted. The result in overy Slato In which an election was held Is ft splendid achievement for the Domocratio party, nud one on wbiob the nation Is to bo congratulated. The tell ns Hint they nre going tn break the solid Soutli on the tariff Issue, Iloforo tho South says protection, New England will bo solidly in the raiikfl of States declaring for tariff reform." The terriblo "spotted fover," a very malignant aud fatal disease that raged so fearfully in Webster county, Kentucky, lias broken out again recently, near Dixon, iu that countv. and front OTeltnnipnl lis prevailing. HIS 14I,IJY. Monday week Congress meets, nml political circles aro much interested to know if President Harrison will deflno distinctly and clearly any policy for his lhOtralloii. Beforo and slnco his election bis friends and foes, niile, iudulgolii much speculation tills head. President Cleve- anxious ttiat the people Vti'ght know distinctly and unmistakable tbo policy of his administration, devoted his mossago solely aud exclusively to tbe oiioIbsuo !' oft a riff reform. No man, friend or foe, could mistake or Miami. Now, if President Harrison, would bo equally as bol 1 and honest, and dovole his message solely nml exclusively to the the protective Tariff, the issue between tho great 'en' parties would bo squarely mado, and the country could judge We shall see If A new nnd lame lot of Snec tacles just received t BUCK Uuou. spectacle cases free. auglO oik road KXiiTKJt nr.fixr.B. Our laws as to roads have probably remained substantially tl(C same from tbe organization of the . Slato Government. Thov . - - navigable river, or n convenient depot on a railroad. Tho mention of 'saltlick" shows tho archaic Hie Uonuty Court Is required to licensed ministers of the Gospel, imp required to work sn the Sudds nl such times ns the surveyor may prescribe, under penalty of 2.50 per diy for their failure. Exemption may, however, be obtained by furnishing an acceptable or tho payment in advance of one dollar perday. Such ns ragous, plows, teams, etc., ns are needed for the work may bo obtained by contract or impressod Ijy tho surveyor, payment for tho Mine being made out'of the county funds. Tbo ninouut and character of the work done under tlscse regulations depend largely upon tbe surveyor. It is true be is liable to indictment aud Hue for s faiisrc to perform bis duty, but tlds remedy is not often resorted to except iu extremo cases. In practice be orders out the "bands" to work the road for one or moro days every year, but the work done is often scandalously small for tbe number of men employed. The condition of the rond may or may not bo improved; it is occasionally rendered worse. Courier Journal, Come and see our large aud beautiful stock of Ladies and flsnip eolid Gold and Silver Watches. We will not bo undersold. DUCK BROS. !.T? COI TtlHXEtt'H ftCIT, Ah intimated and L'enornllv mi- tie rs'jood. Col. Turner has decided to'tako an appeal of his case yesterday in tho county ww w un nrn w n nnnn in n winn -,7 mmj inv vmou io n iimai peculiar one. in tills instance the defendant gets the damages, and iisthe defendant who takes the appeal. There tins never been a case like it beforo in the county court. Whether or not Cni. Turner will nuiko by appealing tbo suit remains to be seen. Tbe verdict seemed amply sufilciont for tho diimuge done his land, but the Colonel is diBHatisfted, and tho case will bo watched with interest by all. Paducah Nowb. A. BOUT-n Carolina farmer, Forgusou.of Spartanburg, lias mado a discovery that will havo un effect upon tho agricultural Interests of tho South that lioiio can foretell. Ho lias produced by carofnl breeding a plant that yields cottonseed in great abundance, but without a sign of lint. His process has been tested, and lias been found satisfactory. Ferguson believes that ho can 400 bushel of seed to the aare by this now discovery whore only 35 bushels are now gathered with tbo lint. The boll or pad of this new plant has thcnppoaraiico both ou tho exterior and tho Interior of n regular boll of cotton after tho Hut has been picked out. The seed is a llttlo larger than tho comiudti cotton seed, and is perfectly free from any 8em.bla.nco of lint. ticnern! Nohm Item. TIIK I'NPHOTKCrtlB t'AHXRK. Chill winter approaches. The Western granger sits moodily iu Ids shaky cabin that tho lumber lords have left within Ids means. The blizzard whistles throngh the cracks, threatening to blow In shreds from his back a shoddy suit tbo wool tariff confines him to. Ho toasts his feet over n xlfnjc Are of norn, nml mil., aces his attenuated stomach with 10 cent oat incnl gruel. Ho sighs as be seen his semi annua) Interest soon coming due, realizing that his corn crop will hardly bring tbe cost of carting to market. Dolefully bo bums the hymn, "I would not live alwny, I ank not to stay." but Is shocked to relied that with an undertakers' trust Iu tho Hold ho can scarcely afford to die. Tho beneficent statesman who represent his "deestrict" advises him, as a remedy, to "restrict production." drain Review. HNRW HIM A1TIMKXCK. A colored parson took for his text "And bo shall srparnto tbo beep from the goats." In conclusion he sab): "Now, brndrnu, I ain't gwino cas' no 'tieciion on dls yore con' grashuu. but kiiowln' ycr ss I docs iso bonu'ter say dat un de day of judgement do goat market will bub a boom." Cairo Citizen. Tto mirrcr fcBplnlnftd. Professor Sllmkins, explain tho difference between experimental philosophy and natural philosophy Slimkius I supposu if I were to ask yon to loan mo ten dollars that would bo experimental philosophy. Professor Yes, and If I wero to refuse that would be natural philosophy. Peck's Sun. Our New Fall and Winter Stock C"t,V. ' W VV1 ) J. Amiikiki'h Sons. I'tIR TIIK I.AIIIK O.M.V. The Adairvillo Times, edited by a handsome unmarried pnldiNlies thn following for the Instruction of tho ladies: "Mrs. J. a. Fall lias handed iib for uublieatlau the following d! rections rclativo to sharpening scissors, which aro inserted wttli pleasure for the benefit of tho lady readers or tho Miiuoc: "lako a common, coarso sewing needlo between the thumb and linger of tho left hand, holding the scissors ns for cutting, in the right. Open the scissors wide, put tho needle closo up between tbo blades and work them as if ynu wero about to cut tho needlo in two. Allow tbo needlo to slip along between tho blades to tho cxtromo points, then repeat nutil your scissors havo an edge. Tho needle should be held firmly, but not so hard as to allow the scissors to hack into it. If you bnvn n?vr tried it you will be surprised at the result." It Is reported that at least 100 persons havo porished in tbo bllz zards and snowstorms of Colorado within tho present mouth. For sixteen -ears Uncle Sam dm trttn it work on cnl at Mmole 8!iol, io lk Tnnmt river, tnd hmi cipeaiJeJ thfron the mm nf $1,000,000. 1.4il wtek lb Brit imlx)t pmeJ lliroufh. -The cases of (ho Common- wtsllb M lnt tba tonlmn of J. IT Ti, b UieTretPiirtr, lnvebten eil In the Uotirl or Aiiiitnln ami l!l tn ealltJ for argument irllr, Nor. 29, Fraukfrrt CajilUl. Ik Randolph county, W. Vn.. capitalists purchnsnil oiw; !innlre'j thousand ucres or land, which is occupied by sqnuttors, who havo armed tbomsol vestoreslsto victiou One surveyor has already been Kiiieu, ana serious trouuic is anticipated, ns tho settlers will fight. Captain M. V. Bates, bettor known as Barunm'o Kentucky Giant, was married ou Monday Iu Troy, N. Y. Ho stands soven feet eight inches In height and weighs about four hundred pounds, while his bride is nearly threo feet shorter and weighs a little moro than ono hundred pounds. The result of tho recent election Iu Iown has stirred up the republicans nf Kansas nud they nro now forming clubs and clamoring for a constitutional convention to repeal tbo odious prohibition laws. They foresoo the samo results iu that state as occurred In Inwu if tho present laws restraining tho personal liborty of tho citizen nro pormittod to remain in force. Some ono estimates that getting born costs tho peoplo of the United Stntos 9225,000,000 annually; getting married, ?;ju,uuo, getting buried, 75,000,000. From mis cnicuiution it win no seen that the peoplo of tho United Stutoit can savo millions of money annually by stopping getting born and hurried nnd choosing the cheaper of tho threo evils get ling uuirniMi, Iniifi 1 1 1 I 1 111I1I1I1 II I f v Wit iilannnf OBannne I 1 afffff , ami ,tr , . 1 1 1 mil 1 1 ml ' "1 1 . - ' . itiKWtfflgHtWt & - 42 12 & 5 ID BUS PI - -8- P SUCH A IV A IV-S Stock of iiZ; fwtf WINTER GOODS is now complete in all linos. Our stock is thtj largest and ono in Hickman, and the prices are lower than citn be found elsewhere. Wo have a magnificent lino of Ff FCANT lYHFQ COO 11$ with Trimmings and Buttons to match. .dim 1 ;' We have a splendid line of Alaska Seal-Skin Garments. We have a splendid stock cjf Ladies and Children's Wraps and Cloaks, in all styles, which we will sell at prices that Defy Competition, We are the sole agents for celebrated make of Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes, the best made, and most elegant Shoes in America, lHIOH WES lILiIa SESXjXj .A.T VER.Y TLmOSW PRICES! Wc arc the sole agents for WYLEK, ACKEULAN1) & COS make of CLOTHING, the best in UtrUan, and you can etwo from 2,00 to $3.00 a suit by buying them. We lutvo tho M2ST Stock, nml the CHEAPEST Stork ,f GOODS IN HICKMAN. Call ami examine our Beautiful Stock before buying, you save money! ' . H. BUCHANAN, tf XX iok m el xx nf uo Jsw'Sr THE HICKMAN COURIER, HICKMAN, KY., FRIDAY, Nov. 22, 1889. rait ii.r.MK corHT or appkai.n. VT r authnritrl to annotine Mr. (iKO. It. MADDEN a a candidal for Clerk Conn of AtjihIp, hmjo4 (ho anion !( the lVi"ocrllo Stale Convention. Fkdkkal. offices ro not being thrust upon town nml Ohio mrii tn any couniilorulilo extent since, tbe recent election. .. r. - ...!J tlf.L. Cnssins Goouloe. will lio.ntmoiiit .'" - i ed Internal lie venue Collector, to ncceeil her deceased busbauu. AlXKN O. Mybrs advises the ., . !i. p m.l .1 ui uiiki nub ifKininiuiH ... i :n: i. . .. .......... in ncuii n iiiiiiiiniHiie in iiir nt'iimu this time. Sensible suggestion. Illinois has a law which pro. ldes that all men who have been under tbe influence ofjinuor twice loon keepers selling them are Ihv ble to cl'K) Gue. Pension Cimmiosioner Banrn liHRJUHt sent eifculais to the 4.000 employes of his ilepurtmeut, ! ing for informaiiou ns tn their ages, length of time in tbo Government service, and other personal matters. AN Albany, New York, crank Iiu6 leen arrested for tbrcntrning tn kill ex-President Cleveland When taken tn the lock-up be gave his name as F. B Jacobsou, nml bis occupation as being that or a "statesman." A Bepurlican Club nf Jeffer fionville, Indiumt, last week, their uniforms and burnt .President Harrison in cfllgy, and all becmiso they didn't get tbo Postmaster tliey wanted. What a noble baud of patriots! A woman, Martini Seward, wab convicted in tbe United States District Court at Louisville recently, ns n "inooiisliiiier.'1 making und seliiug whiskey without paying the required Government tax, in ono of tbo wildest portions of Kentucky mountains. Boyi.k county has just tried the Fayette plan of holding n primary election, two men in each precinct carrying a sealed ballot box from bouse to bouse, the voter being furnished tickets by a representative of all candidates. It required four days to collect the rotes, and sixteen hours to count the ballots. The latest returns from Iowa give the Republicans a majority of two iu the Legislature on joint ballot. As an exchange suggests, if tbo DcmocmtH stick together they can secure enough recalcitrant Republicans to overcome this majority and electa Democrat to tho United States Senate. Tan fover that almost depopulated several little towns iu Webster county, Ky last winter, has reappeared in tho neighborhood nf Dixon, and there is grent alarm. The desease proved fatal iu fiom six to hours nfter the tlrst Httnck, last winter, and wero unable to give any relief. Tun Legislatnr of Georgia lias just passed a bill, by unanimous vote, which provides that uo person ahull Bell, furnish, give or any minor with cigarettes, tobacco, cigarette paper or nny substitute therefor, under penalty of imprisonment for not more thaii one yeur. or a lino not to exceed 1,000, or both. Coprcu dealers in New York predict that the reported revolution iu Brazil will force the price of their commodity up to an unprecedented figure. The revolution, tliey say, could not have happened at a worse time for the coffee market. The new cron is al most ready for harvesting, nnd the oui crop is nliuost exhausted. T- m . . . roiiuHTi'UL or me tact, savs Hie .National Democrat, that liar bin and Rowan Counties iu Ken tucky nro strongly Republican, me new xorx muuuo published n very runny editorial- tho other day about the propensity of for killing each other on sight. Wo nro waiting to see what the mutual assassination of loloiicl Goodloe and Mr. tiwopo will inspire the humorous editor of the Tribune to write. The Court of Appeals has nfllrm ed tho sentence of Valentino Hat Held, Doo Mnvhoru. Pliant Mm- bom and Ellison Mounts for their participation iu the mnider of tho McCoy family In Pike county, iu 1882. Tho three first named men wero convicted nml sentenced to the penitentiary for lifo for the murder of Tolbert McCov, and tho last iiamed.ou his own confession, was sentenced to bo bunged for tbe murder of Alius McCoy. X Vny Dclrgnfci. Tbo Hon. Wilbur P. Broker, ilistiiiguinlieil lnwycr, is out In a published Interview in fnvar of "no pay delegates" to tbo to rovlso the Stato and tbe Courier flnili that some homo people ouilono the Migration. Tliey arguo ttwt the position in one of such p Ifi'itiT nml rriiHt Hint tbo par'ffwi ami virtuo of tbo citizen should only be appealed to; and that tbu men who want to bo elected delegates for tbo per di?m anil perquisites nro the rcrfmeii who ought to bo ,,, , T. excluded. Tie Hickman Courier does not cidorso this idea, it noild lead to tbo election of ricb inei nrnrly altogether, or ntuirr ,. to the exclusion of verr poor men. Besides, wo believe that whenever the people demand tbo service of a citizen iti such a poBs, jnn , tliis, or any other, they ,., , ni,11 , ., ,, , citizen n decent compensation. They ssyihfttr. man who wants sueh n podtiou "for the per diem and permisites ought to bo excluded," vbicb is quite true if he is alone actuated by tbo money consideration; but the COUUIKU would look with quite as much suspicion of tiie motives and purposes of nome who might be will, ing to servo without charge. There are extremes on both sides; and we think the fair ground is that "I lib laborer is worthy of his hire." This iden of "no pa" is bused upon un assumed higher piano of virtuo and patriotism, vbicb, whilst fundamentally true, ia in practical details a lio. In hours of great strnggl patriotism! proudly all other con. sideratinnn, lint in tho regulnr. run of human affairs money consider atioua nro pretty nice sccompaiil meiits to tbe virtues, i We invite everybody to come and see our NEW GOODS. They certainly arc nice, ns this is the decision of all who give them careful : ij.. i :. T ii . i. iiijh:uiiii, uuu ii i nsuiy asuiiusu ing how low they can be bought. J. Ambkrh's Sons. Tendency to Republic. Tho advocates of a Republican form of government have delighted iu tho prediction that tbe time would come whoa all tho monarchies of tbe world would be abolished, and tho people assert their rights by establishing Republics. But this prediction has been considered a beast by tho adherents of monarchy, who, in their turn, predicted that Republics were short lived. The recent dethronement Ol tbe Kin per-or of Brazil, acknowledged to bo one of tbo most prudent and liberal of rulers, and tbo establishment of a Republic, is offered as n proof nf the tendency of all peoplo toward Republics. There is not a government iu Europe iu which there does not exist a political party tinder some name, or other, tbe ultimate object of which is the establishment of a Republic. These parties are educating tbo people, and now and then, when trouble arises among the Kings nnd princelings, they assert ttieir power through the deuce of the people. France, at last, may bo counted pretty firmly a Republic. Brazil Is iu line, but may fall back and coino again later on, but the seed are planted and havo taken deep root. Portugal is tottering on the brink, and may follow Brazil any day. In Spain there is a strong Republican party. Iu England there aro thousands who believe that Queen Victoria will bo the last royal In Russia, tbo seat of despotism, the leaven is at work, and royalty trembles at every A general European war will dethrone more tlinu one King, and it may bn establish a galaxy of European Republics. ' K. For anything in our Iinehonmo to headquarters, at i sel'O Smith, Ellison & Co. Mihs Alice JaoksonT h 8, LnniB heiress, who Ion the homo of her guardian, Mr. Taylor, to live with friends, was seized on a faslilnnablo street Iu that city Mon-day. by two men, who hurried her into a caniage and drovo away rapiillv. Taylor denies that ho had anything to do with thokldunp. plug. There is no cluo'itd tho wbereuboutB of tho uiibbiugl girl, Will n:oHNtlliitloH! be Culled 7 Will the next Legislature pass a bill calling n convention to adopt a new Constitution! Tbo Courier Is emphatically of of the opinion that it will; and that it can not fairly escape doing -0. Truo enough, some mem bers oT tbe Legislature will tnako very phinslblc argument that the CoustitHtional majority was not obtained under the recent election, but it is niideminbly true that a large majority of the people voting, at two successive elec I.. . tions, linvo voted in favor of the Convention' A largo majority of the members will owo their election to these samo voters, and it mnst be bel'oved that they will recoguizo the will of the people, thus expressed. Besides, it is reasonable certain that tbo new constitution when revised will bo submitted to a vote of tbo people for their accentanco or reiectiou. . - iu tiie race or ihb voice or the people thus twice expressed it nan not be believed that many members will go off after hair-splitting constructions. Again, if tho Legislature calls it, there is no power iu the Executive, the courts, or! any citizens, to interrupt, but their call will be a finality. Our stock of Clothing this season surpasses all former lines. Everything new in styles and goods. Perfect fitting, uud prices can't be equalled. Smith, Ellison & Co. The Xtulc of IolitIcIuiiN. An esteemed Hickman county Democrat, a friend of many years standing to the Hickman Cour ier, bega to assure the editor this paper of his personal good will und esteem, and yet, at tho same time, he claims that the editors and politicians "are largely to bfamo for the will of the people being defeated Ihrougb party nominating conventions, &c." Iu the absence of any specific charges of wrong-doing or trickery iu such matters, the Courier is uuabled ami disinclined to make any attempt at defense. Editors of papers are, ou tho average, about as other human beings, uo better and no worse, and are actuated by tho samo motives and controlled by tho Bame influences. In tho matter of party manipulations and election trickery, we must say, however, that editors usually get ranch more censure, ami much more praise, on tho ono side and the other, than belongs to them. There nro few men, whether editors, preachers, lawyers, or farmer!, who resort to real meanness in politics or business, simply for tho natural love of being mean from pure cuosedness; but, in such cases, there io always a motive, a hope of reward In money, or otherwise. This being trne, tbo absence of any such incentive, ought to go a long ways toward exculpating accused persons of such charges. The Covrikr, looking back over a journalistic life of 30 years, having somewhat to do with the successive elections, fulls to cull to mind n cioglo instanco wbero the hopo of preferment, money, or otber incentives, could havo added much temptation to a man with brains enough to work a trick. Hence, if such things have been, they should be charged up to "natural cnssediieBS." Extra-pine Patent FLOUR, Choice Coffee, (Roasted and Green); New Orleans Molasses and Sugars, aud a good line of Fancy Groceries on hand, and will bo sold as low as any liou&c. J. Amberd'h Sons. That Mileage. The question of mileage to mem bers of the Legislnturo is being generally discussed. This same mileago has been paid by tiie Stuto for more than aquartercf a century, and yet its discussion rages now as If it was a fresh, nnheard of outrage The Stato pays 15 cents a mile, and the Oweuuboro Inquirer thinks it ought to ho reduced to 3 cents, actual railroad fare; and tho Kllzabothtowu News thinks they should be allowed uo mileago at all. And other papers contend that all perquisites and per diom should bo abolished, and a fixed for each term prevail. ... . " ' 'il'iaaJ 11 . MaTn a unaBamli II tf MMalnMalalinai 1 ' - .MIMUMl&m.'tr.'CSJ . . -,.-- ,... The republicans nro beginning In llin wrltlmr nil till- Willi. Tho St. Paul Pioneer Press, a re-publican paper, says: "Tbo prosperity of ninny of our important iii.liialrlna mi tlin tlou or abolition of the duties on the raw materials entering Into tlntf ttimmrnnliiriv" Will llin re- publicans in congress bnie tho sense anil sagacity to nceu tins admonition! Itimlr llmH ia llin in lifirn your eyes 'tested 'and fitted to tbe best Pebble Glasses. TitK following paragraph Is copied from the Clinton Democrat: as Bro Komp Is a good man it must be all right and proper; Here is a new way given by nn exchange for u girl to get rid of a late beau who is impervious to all bints. She gives him a paper and and. pencil, and, with ono of her swcptcst smiles, sais: "ow make it botlzoutal line of cloven ciphers now begin at tho right side of the first cipher, touch it and make n straight mark down ward aUout, nn inch, also to tho fifth and tqnth. Commencing at the samo point on the fourth, sev enth uud eighth draw similar lines extending i upward. ow rend wbnt yon havo writteu." The effect is elf cl rival. Kaprrlmrnl. V'ni AAiiMaj C.I I ! 1 1,,. In rit yonr luaciaraln dan ger. LoiMuiaption aliraa ktih, at nri, unj a cal.l. bo nut If mill my ilrnlrr lu inipoM tiion Jon nllli aunir enrap Imiia llun u( Ir. King'a Nrw IhwuJrij (or Coniiitii.i(in, CVnzli n,t l'lil, lm I Miir Jim i'l llip Kniiln llii. lie nn make nitrr liralil ln hut Irll vail ! nan jmi'iaiii; jiMi r'Hi, or iui luo unite tlvti 1 Ui JccI1, lull ittl llllll Killing l)r Klog'a Ntw Ui.trj, wklcli iKiurantrrl to Klo rdiit In all Tlimat, Iingaml Clirt allt)iMit Trial Nlllta 10c at J. W. Cowglll Druj; Store. l.ar( h)I1.$I ATTENTIONVERYBODY! Having bftttglit on" k Clark tUkrrjr nl (irixar;, I will lag plrainl io tre all my olil (fit ml. aail tiitoiiier ati'.iail, OutCtiM, .to., AhniVK ,ii llitmlt M w'88n m S'zs? ,uiGRQCER1ES llaif It. M. MErHE.VY. wwtn . TT, wnai io xjuyy MIT rf Por Kjf a, COWQILL'SEYE BALVE. tST For Nenralf i sad Khrumatiata, COWSILL'S WEASEL OIL. S?- For Pile., COWQILL'S PILE OINTMENT. t&" For Tctt r and ltinworm, COWOILL'S TETfEB OINTMENT. tSr Ff.r Worm, CawgiU's Ploasint Worm Syrup SA TISt'A CTIOK QUA it A STh nl OR . TIIK MONEY RKFUSDRD. For Salu y th Proprietor, J. W. COWGILL, Druggisl, j(iS Hickman, Ky, COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. rvirtm circuit court, W. L. McColektn, EiMulor of Vvt MaKuD.JtuM, 1'imnlliT Equity aaalntt III bairn and creditorf, dtt'Jl. Nolle la lir(br glftn Io lb Crcdilin of Vol. JlaUon, deccaitil, tliat Ihu Coiiimlolnntr of ih Fulioo Circuit Court, undrr an orlr initio loe trld caimn, will aitml at iha Coiinl Court CIrk'nOfIier, In Hickman, hy from Ih date lieroor until th. 17Hi day of February, 181K1, Io reotlr and br.tr proof of olaiina agalnil aald Dtordenlj and that nil claim not presented lli Mia and proven at reijiilrcl by Ur, wlllilii lb lima above, will bo ()rvrr barred. W. I'. TAYLOR. .Mailer Commlailoner Fulton Clr. Court. Nov. -lib, 188'J 2w. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE, TUI.TO.V CIIU'IJIT CllllKT, John Wllllnir, Ailm'r of T. V. Wallace, dee'd, I'lalnllft. I I'iiilly acalnut J Amanda Wallace, Ac., DefM'l, Notice I bereby crlven lit ti Creditor of T, V, Wallnce, ducrnird, that Ih Commlialoner of lb Pulton Circuit Court, under an onUr iu tliaabov lylril eniifH, will attend al lb County Pour! Clerk'a niripn In IIUI. ...... It. from lb ilalft hrreof until lia 17Hi day o( Frbruary, Jg'JO, in refflv and licar proof oi ciairoa againai until leodfil; nml lbl all ololm not prrntn to bin ami proven aa rfiilrnl by law xhliln Die llin pcciRed nboe, will b forvver barred, W I'. TAYLOR, Mnaler Cmnmlmlnner Fultou 0r. Court. Nov. W3131V.KUXAI.. WO T ET. III.OCK.) HICKMAN, rplllS IIO08K HAS IIKCBNTI.Y HKEN I tillil up for tle Nrroraiuinlalliin at lroiti!r ami lit iraln public Cen riwHi", lc bed. nJ wiiai v niftd guaranteed load wriualtp villli a. TrafeliMr men will Bail the 1M f alle- lion l Mir Iioum. . ' m aiiMiuon, varrj it iuii itn vi FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, I which welntlle atlehtloB. Our prtcta are a law at the lowett. ' DOUGLASS BROS SALE ANDLiVERY STABLE Fauis & Pakkeii, KENTUCKY BTRCET eomtaallj on hand far alio KKHt'0 IIOR8EA, UUQalES and IIACKH. flatlnK purbJ Ik alablt, hartet a ml ealira ontfll of W. U. I'lunnar fpo to eunllaat Ik baalntti, ! dull palroaac rjickman garble Works, HICK MA H, KY B. C. DAMAGE. uajitia ir ITAMAH AMU AHKtttCAN MAhUl.B MONUMENTH, lOMB ANl URAVK UTONEM, VINO in .lock, tin lot ef Air-. HA lean an. I llallak Marlilr, I am fi p rrJtahll Call an.) rmmmV I work OrJr from Ik coualrj proiaptljr 4IUJ. ay 24 iBijpMB II! '.r 1 1 .v u' jQha Witting 1L.MM till! .VMirt m"iil r 'I0 till I'lMllllt I1T HICEMAIT1 fllVIl III M A 'L 11 J .V 1. (looJ Jvlirrrtil la an irl of ilif Oily. Family groceries. apact to nam all artleltt, but n NO trouble to kow gooJa. Com and , al ika ooratr of Trot and Moaoow Attnui. Eatt lllekmro, Ky S T O 3F ! And eel your UUekiiuiibiug and genera' ltcpalrlDg done at J. F. GRAY'S, ( Ootntr a OJioa at J Xzckiiifi Strtitt,) EICEMAK, EY. (IimhI y,,k i I'rlre. Jly nmi iik BxSraittA. UOItK a JOimK.UltAY. A. F. OLIVER, mm! :: BHDERTAEBR, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. -)o( 1 IVB MB A T1U.M, wben you want JT ISIackMuitblng done, or repair ou oiia. ic. 1 altu ku a full line of Undortakor'o Goods. Comiiion, HowrMxt, (ind Bdld Black VI. nut Ciittln nnd Caiea, wjileh can be fitted up un abort notice, and nt rceaonaldo lricc. vino me a ceil, tor Hliop in Went llkkmnni mayXVUM H A. & a T. AT LAW, ' t I OK H At-', - - - KKNTUCKr to all biiilncaacnlruited WILLnttend t,i tbwlr earn Ofllcc Fui nllute Factory, nov8.78 "R. S. MURRELL. (OiDca I Up-it lr our Oowtlll'a Hi Mvri,) JU OK MA if, AT. Will practice In oil tbe Court of, t It Flnt JitdUiaLUItlriol, fiunrlbl iTHAT FIEHT Tho Original Wlno. C. I'. Slmmoni. SI. I.ouli, Trop'' M.A.Sioinonil.lircrMelicinc,Iil'it 11,0, In (ha IT, S. Court naraAi I, ll.ZIUn,l'r(j.'r,.().hlinmonl llrruUtur, lnt'il ty Ztilln idea. M.A. S. IM M, hi (or 47 vtara Cure J INHICI.ITION. UlLlOUtNIIS. DTiririu.sicx iiiiacih,I.ot ArranTi. boiin Stomach, Ktc. iict, 1 11, iteirtu, M. li. Church, Adami.Tcnn., wUlctt"l .think 1 (houlJ have been ileaJ but lor your Genuine M, A. 51c. morn Llvtr Medicine, I h aomctlima hat) to eulndtuta y.lln. .lMnltn..nii tAI jCtWtjjl clne tuMt don't niwr th fopul Dr. J, II. Orave. njltnr Th, riNiir,iiiriiipnia, lena, earet received a id yourl.Uei (uiiiiiu. .nn iiktv u.eu nun ii 11. It workafikd n chartit 1 wan! nu britrr ljcr Ilreulaior and etc, talalj no mure ol Zcllln'a miiluio, imt 1 nil v "JC'SftaWL'Sif !