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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1898 hic1898060301_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V y -- Hi y- - . s V? w r 'Y . HICKMAN GOURIER - r. v - -- m : 5iEfeiii'-i . -4 m m -- - vmh B-t . - WAKItRN, IMItor and Publisher. JAB. 0. WKAHN, A.il.tunt Editor. OHO -i- , - m M 0. L. HOWELL, Special Editor. r HICKMAN, FULTON COU IJfSENTUCKy, JUNE, 1898. " HICKMAN, OCATED in the very THE METROPOLIS COUNTY. MOST BEAUTIFUL TOWNS. OF THE BLUE GRASS STATE. ONE OF KENTUCKY'S heart of the richest 6 REAT Forests With millions of feet of Desirable Timber in CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE CITY. beds of Fire Clay, suitable for the China Ware and White Ware. Splendid SEWER PIPE INDUSTRY. NE of the most stable towns in the state. FAILURE IN 18C9 "Courier," estnblLtcdi Iti w fff v jr Jl .' , present owner and editor Taken as a (iai iuiuuK.. wholf ci tl y In the South posse tees xweKrciii' wawi am arenr wmmti mv mmmmmmmm In tho offlco of general mantger Mr. a tnot hoepltablo atI cultured class of Tyler succeeded Mr. C. H. Bltzer at people In social and 'he tlmo of his death, July i!, 1S98. she he every fmtlal feature of a jfratocers tatfup ooBl.ty, "yetlf Ike Prior to this tlmo Mr. Tyler actul In t,he rapacity of assistant general manager, proiporoui live ccmmculty. Unlike .Ma, they haYeitoji'sifowcd to wo tm- !o-- -t MMM and are d!aUM0t latho roBfh mmmftmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm' Mr. Tyjer Is aHo president ot the II. A. which aro felt In all channe'e of trade fronilir countries th ttrangcr who J?. letaie orosnoctnr. t ,. Jhk Tyler & Son box factory, Hickman's The Hickman Wagon Co hcadthe list, rates here vill find :!iut uo hardehJps or SSt A.. ' V HOEHN. 7 second important Industry. Mj -hy lollowrd piscatorial liitcrrsts; uJixulntlci will be eacountered, bwl UI find rccplo here who have already Mr. C. P. Baltzer, secretary and treastlirmil?li f tif. I;ittir hfimlri tu nf Inns .if MlCKMr7wXQON thi-4-under the super- - urer of the concern, Is a son of the formllnh are nnnuully shipped lonll par sot ,,(,'If a to"n a,w wbo wi" the failed Slates. as shown in fpeclnl w,'b thtm ,n making their ur.lortaklog jijffce hlstorj- of'thA Jhekiosi wagon jlttpwdency mtW&zHLmv Hunzlckcr, a er general manager. He has charge of In thHiHmanit fnrelntr unit the office affairs, which la conducted in n lu.lnest a succcsi. The Bchooto of 4HSMV fyrnliikac'Trltti arret fbir Vih" rri arttclittln. thlsullllrn &&, KI5j i Keu'ticky arc JuMly famoue for (Mr mWmWmmviJtMirykr, e reward iroJnouBtNMHQuwIn g the factory a special building in close proximity TIi prnfoeylunal Men of t'he city ar Fcr'tMKtNML fourde- - proper are aHcfous warehouses and I with tho mills, yards and factory build1 bertit 1'ultcn county In thlsy rcal-oi- u broad, miudrdi j;t;tlciwn, THE PAGE. WOVEN WIRE bceh In h purRiinnrv of tht-i-r iiertanc sbcddlngswkflMkpoFes finished and ings. To say that the town of Hlcl.man fpcclal w orkMear Oic c KiMt rf excelling w Mtfe FENCE. callmi; and woll i( rvlnof imntiKfrlun is In a great mtatttrc due tc tho fact Hat'flBKi step, bystepf"isVut4sir:,X bnflhish9dfiHWiiatcrlal of every de- - Is proud of this Industry, when upward Tho subject ot fencing Is one of su-- P for their publii wplrlt tminif(4A loi.s teachers arc selected with an of, to iiiHatiiA slsmi lafrf in m 'finiil Hrrlnllox lAktfLsilnnir thn railway sld- - of a htinared skilled mechanics ftrfi lab- preme importance to every property;)! It year round, Is Indeed pla4i-4Takirrs the Inn'nrs life of H'rkman their nMllty and hate rroveni o fee' flPSyJilwreriD g n tjm &$tQ .Its lngs.arjiverEk. Throughout their' or-tlio holder. As to how many different kinds (n very mild form. ' w.irrhy of their ptofe r ton II II J "W " MHWIIHIII entire we flnC innrked nt eery turn I BbKTTL JUUMQ UBWHUIVa lit lUUfill IUUIUVI the market offers It Is hard to tell, but enerK)- nrxi thrift, summarizing thim. n tho universal agreement ot nearly all i Irciiitwftamo Is totlrfd In tl.elr kviiIiht Is, that woven is the moro suitable and BUSINESS MEN'S iiailniialit The writer Is Inrl.md o In nil events the cheaper and It tho propASSOCIATION. . tho Ix'llef that K ppr cent of IrThe Business Men's Association ot er kind is the more durable. Barbed ' biiH.mH men nrp American' I It Hickman Is an organization of tie lejid- - Ire is fast becoming obsolete, as the Fulton County Court Houao, on tho Bluff, Ovorlooklnn Rlvor. doubtful if anMherMmlIir showing ran dbmage it does to stock represents mll-i- ts Ing business men of the city. It has-fohalnKnnjhlng!war v Mill ioint riltrk l,p l,M1,!c !') f f..r... The hUlorr of lllcknwm H as unluue aim and objex-- t the promotion ottno I lions or dollars annually and aside from ltji.tbltantH wl lilti the a the town U beautiful The It upon man) was ihe hub of the corarafKc the number of growth and proeperity of the city. V . tho financial view, the cruel tendencies which tho towo Is built m a faturcd Corn, cotton, tolmrto and the farmers' tonllnrsof the t'niud States members arc progressive and enterpris- - j of barbed w Ire Is revolted against by Tho pririf of lllrkman are her splenIng ane aro making every effort to at-- 1 the humanitarian instincts of mankind, rendcivous of the Nortli Ainfrican In- productH In general, were brought here did schools that olTe r raagnlfiretit op-- 1 dian- long lfore the advent of white for boat trannortntlon to markets tain the --ends the association has In ,1 he necessity of a cheap rence demands ySMmWmmWmWmmm)JmMbti h view. Any Investor who seeks to locate the use of wire and the Page wire fence Iook back over ntarly a hundred Hirttinl'.1es o thofe who deslro a man. The treed of hills Ith tho breed clnlil oduiitlon. rrofHrJ a factory or Industrial enterprise hte Is one that fills every want, as It Is waters of the great Mississippi rhcrat years of elrnily growth and nolo the vHCj TZiJ&immmWiW "filfl hanJ tl,at ,s lrue t0 a Tnnin retreat intOvaraVJ receive ample encouragement, uamental, durable and cheap, and Is so their base, the denso forests terming wonderful rhnnge Tho savage nnti C. Cheek has charge of these and tiurc fort with an inferiorXircoY-ifare no word of prilse that he dothri't Free piles for factories nro offered and constructed that it In no wise offers A with gnme. formed an enchantment In his satagv custom with their weird c rXmWmmWWymWrjSK.TWmWmwaye me me nantl that has VkTonceil- - Js 01 uaa aDanaotivi. "" " hatp aaJnhd before merit Mr J V. Cow gill ore of our lr.i;v, JJTjJfr Lsuppleraented by tho city, which anything detrimental to stock. Dr. due keeping wi h the tatage romantic most forcirnvst business inn has evr , RPt"? flagviuglo nanaca not another; ..jrVr.t'i.!'icatltrtt her Hubbard has nearly his entire, farm nnltire It was his paradlie lllokttihn, he gootl lnlturnH ot rlvllltatloR like mWOl kiu'uM JflaiTinv ajniaBenUy orerwliLdmioc nam private tutor, rrot. J. u ckmt.v ...!!. ; . iMmtt .nilm - nr Wri tinn.i ... ....... i tells lis. was one of the few mist before th- - "is of a summr's run beer a fat tor lu- maintaining the high .uia t to trndlllob i. ..- -' JKn. j?. w . !. i.ri uato of tho famous Harvard ti. -- nni lvi:iuetu vy ..!. itmu uuu ua ucuuij tAUT l i Me has eer Disnn'Wuicsv-H- f The old mi th rs. one by om, hn e ntnrl) slan!anl of the tchool lai-n..ffcnce is'hichlv favored sites of an Indian Mll.ice. pleted his education In the Ifcllonal -h; proved-on- e rof ls mosJ sincere frlcndii ' tinct among the hills, In and around all long lnce pouted away am) o the , fy,M)"WWfJ1DPtflB;niigfc,,fiiU! Jftlf?l'rIrii.V.?.l'?lrA imJmmmmWmmmWlmWmWmmmmmm i SV .IV""11, aac.asichalrirein of thftsehool rifKirn fQT! T V .Hlrkiraa nre yet hsHlatioa trace of th i n I nils X T BBBBBBBBBBBBBV-BUriBBBBBBMshowing Ur Hubbard's farm in the cuts BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI I.ILBB ' MSMSMSMSMSMSMSMV xtlne: ra-- tlmt gives credit erlngtlgi.'eof life the ICvpJSt comes maJfJL Jwho looU.ulUirUic now nea house and beautiful burjinfi grounds. ti1-" I1""1' on!) as a phannmy. MEN. OUR BUSINESS to the authenticity of traditions reeonl before then turtles who dtsiie good fences will find nT7i,itKs iK.rtii r. of the t'.t proper. I. Ittle or nothing s known of ho first lio battle f rralltj. was o-- of hnru In this edl Ion I has leen our pleas- - ,( time eU j.pcnt t0 cnqUre fully Into tups , but n Mi ilitom he reoalta the iniwnlng the beautiful hills nre the I naA.on of tho white man In this so tire to let thewoibl know he character the merits of the Page woven wire. marv inogi 'fltuit homes t tho rsitkJi: It It said thty were of Sanitli fare of the uned ontu gooo ort before of men who it present the great channele ton Address l)r Hubbard, Hickman, Ky. representaorigin aM came up the river on ntrnd- - he sees nnew the wild Mowers dust ted Ihir of the tityl th nre nrchltec-tvir- e of trade in our midst. Wo have basd nearly ever) esjle of fSmWO, Mmmmmm , ng exitdltlon. Home few of these made amtmg tho c Tigged rllfis, he tastes only tives of our special articles on. facts and condiand environed by pplcr.Kd lawLs, LECLEDE HOTEL. frirm'jt and took up their abode nmong of tho wcii tho Utter was his lot In tions that actually exist, that the stran- to pavo ttu(U:'d here and there with Mu ily Proprietor ger may become acquainted in advance mom;s amiiuro, the Indkins ThHi- - hlrld postorKy bo- - privation aid trees, sweet nmelltng of thoso with whom he will come in con- Tj,eie Is not a moro noted personage .sine die savage tn all duo sense or the tho way ror "thrs. ho has drank from Met as a plants There it ' tact ,v he l visiting Hit kman. They all u,,,rcsentcd In thob.islness life of Hick- t.rtn The cruelty of tho SitlardK and ' cup tho ery iheps. and now onij and tiatel of tin lire, majratliall towenrg the cntflness or the ImHan iKiwewtd pleasliu: and pIcMRint thoughts ot tong dream beeni to be Imbued with the same Idea uan thnn tlie proprietor of the I.eclede nf abnve l In- limn- - pnnair of iiogrctsiveuos one work in unison luitc, familiarly known In all circles them with lsato demoniaclsm. a rate ago smoulder In Ms bnast lemplevt, jircsentlni; n land- natiHi-- t or tog ratutK set in a I'roni a cf peuple far more feroeJouw In nature to brln,; nbou gojd icf,ilts. To the ca -- uncle Moe." Ho Is a typical grape view out over thft broael watcro fraternity thej c.fler the great- - piatli a natlvc 0f the Fatherland. For tlmn tho wild beasts tilmt represented clearing in tho uIkc of a git at forefl. to of the Mississippi river and fertllo fields the greater denlrenshlpof tho tracklH a huirtHnK tow n modernized with est value In wares lor tho least money h,tJ Jcals lle iiag i,ecn directly connect-i- f HICKMAN WAGON COMPANY, of the age, electric lights, thnt stretch out from Its shining waters, rane-brenand prlmitlvo forests It Is from no other reason than that they cd wltn iucjn,an'g onward march. For FAMED THE COUNTRY THROUGH FOR ITS NONPAREIL A PEERLESS INDUSTRY. wa or work, astntitlclt) flllediwith bus- a llvlrB poem, a scene be)ond the ixiwcr y i lalmed bu) their gcodw for ler meney. that tl.o "lo.t mines" of a numDcr of )ears ho was engaged In pen to paint VEHICLE PRODUCTION. ESTABLISHED IN 1858 wasdlMovered and workilby the iness hotiF't of hrlrk and stone, w Ith of The stability and in 'gtlty of Hick- - ,,icrcanttllng. In which ho was not 'majs busin rare and haihomo reldonres srattere'el nloug forefa'ihern of this shift! iren '.sflov.n In the fact clmvliej m, prosperity from no other began tho manufacture of wagons ror and high stack of spokes in their crude Fulton county, of which Hi Kman n located In tho hills lilting the banks hroatl streets Is a far rry. This, howthat a fai'.uie , I an unlicwn thing It, fngQn than hR lnaunity to say "No" OUR CITY OFFICIALS. awaiting their turn to an i I the history of lllrkman. No ....i tho county seat, contains IS., square local trade. In tlio mcxlest apartments state, silentl) ihiiu .nrs tnve now t0 th06e .'10 !"CP CS "ltU ' f " merira'n greattt water retiree and ever, ot the rigid In-- 1 'fr ! ;,OSod a I.lko ever) other feature of this en- - mlle and was the mnety-nli.-'h ... i eoun.y of a" blacksmith and wood working re swer the boom has come o create Met Itlous vnlties h ..... to . redi ed as Mng In close proximity i in, in neeel ami asKeu tor , spector, preparatory to uemg i. uoM.o.1- tcrprisirc city the wmlclnvord. of thote (() bo adrnItlcA t0 the bUU? i 1S located pair ahop. ,:,,, th's ulace the famous Kc-- Toot lake. a magtiiflcert for a time e and then rollapo, leaving in Thousands of dollars have drifted factory, where und.r the prnc ib "pro- ed to the wako-orof ruined men iui! acres an. the head of public alTa.rs n th(J goutijtern part of Ken ucloi lan wholelaie from his keeping to an Incredulous cln?E ircrc Tho blacksmith shop was oi orated by lod) of watr a few iiillpHfotilh of Hick- Its " of practical men they are turn- tlral grow h has west- ,n HIcklIialli of valuable propejtv The ,fe tho Mississippi river forming the man, the finest auiisroa'ost fishing In all Charles and Philip llultzer and thewood of people, who took advantage of his good account. Thopalnithopaand Tho et y In If rtpid exiondlng Inter- - crn but steady, her business men hQ uunter The lle Un. Twcntj seven F.hcol & department was conducted b) ed to inerlra Since the lime of civil nation boon sl kind and sympathetic nature. For eight r rwi'ilna men o' ab Mt nn huMle within Iscoch Max and Otto Henwlck. The dtmand additional ware rooms are located near repmien-oof Lol8vme, Kj. tremious efforts i'nvo been made to ire stable' and conservative, their )ears ho has been tho proprietor of the II It The ellue means Mime- at nli hlin tho freight depot of tho N exceiienl to piwdi forward is not nc9 aU r)f vhIrh are uicMnwa has the credit of being the Lcclede hotel, and a better landlord for tholr wagons soon warranted their locate the supiiosed mine of wealth, to concern more than U,ij and rcipilrei Tho ollicers of this favored ir thn creater oumber ot them being rormlng a partnership for the purpohr ttCalthlest mtlo lown ln tbe state of never presided at a hotel counter. ((rung was the storj favored lifforts In ephemernl. they nro never found want-lu- something nio-- o it (in salury drawing in llbcrallt-- especlall) Isithlsshowu new edlllcej The . ai.es of the county of making wagon building their exclus- aro men imbued w ith a thorough ptactn.ng the numlcr of hcr ,n. Through the high excellence of his splen th'M direct-Iohas brought to light iminy constancy on the are v ory rich, adopted ,o all class of cer l knowledge of wagon mechanism. nno th(, n!lo,.s uralth gold sliver. It ad In their munlllcetrt rotLTlbutlons to pub An officer has to be jiotwlbllltles. trarro of ive business. To facilitate them to sucdid meals and scrupulously clean rooms having charge of some special de- alert in tin leglsl&ho dejmrtment to eal raising, nnd a fruit raising d.elrict found, but ns jet lic enterprises cessfully caro for their cvrr Increnslrg rath and sine Ikivc -.ede is noted far and wide. Oth- meet the r thn' will Tho city of Hickman Is not on I) the frnino Uslnlit'i that w III In no oletnnt do) add greater trade, commodious buildings and Im-- lartment, giviiigiou miuuiuniiviuiun, of wealth . i granting tho legendary stor cr hotels nave e omo, onij eo growing nere. In the executive to hold laurels ,o tl. ) fame iLe now cnJo)s using for their motto ln all that pertains ,,fallh lg not aynntrated in tho hands fait) therlchreKVitttnwaltsithiHtiore most substantial town In West In gen- loved maehlrer) have been contlnttoas tho rcitcr. tl iiibbli.'g Miptilnt!on in wagon building high excellence 0f a fow, but in guieral nnd the traveling public nnd trade but the fair hand of nature has The sinkers. fortuno Tho upper lauds ate undulating only additions, until toda) the plant covering to fortitnntn men that crai fludB no reason to change their of tho hands facloiv In In harmony wl earh to been lavUh In her gifts irly part of tho present ecu tho eve remertvefor an of beaut). Coulds unity tho hInwH ctl.ir mid be gentle- enough to funiVli a line natural drain--I n plat of ground upward of five acres '1a heir aimasisnearturn from theirmaterial The) must vvltli perfection In ;l;nCl2 beau-ticertal rub 'thaUsually 6,l"""ns ",aC '"f"1 wagon lntant the age It 13 well vntered thtoughout presents ono of the mos-- modern instil mn tury marked tho first step of civilireturn the inteIIIgenco,tiu!ek of "" to hU fiends by men of rhnrurtr- and and construction as can be ptoduced b) of Parndlso when Inhalilted uuiL-u.o ""--- " ,,, .,nv ni the trado . county, A Mr. Mills, , ... .. ... with living tprlngs Lever falling wclU tutions of the kind within the limits zation of Fulton - uj iimnub pnmo to adjust thojUHclvrs to changing smaller cities iney aiwuu 'iu.iuj n-ibttv-k-that wend their of the 1'nltcd States. Troiii the Inception tho handicraft of mm with n party of men. hitidid from the Adam and Eviv, and then could tho Surh a boil) f inermow pre- nt.l numerous succeeded is II- - of tho term miserly lnel.ced and nre i their power His kind hearteelnets How well they have river and erectNl a cabin home In the ejo be eastuiKin lllrkmiiu In heriprlng side- In Ulckiiia-- . mu their worth hns way like slvor threads through the fc tho business In the ear of 1S5S iinMl iMetrnifMl mnro Mfnrlv In their ohenom- - ever read-- to turn their nuney loose for an(1 j0 jaj character makes him a private or public b.neflt. year of 1S19, from this colonization be- tlmo garb It would nt once fee n green delete and woodland sites to the lia reorganization In 1SD3 It wan known ea, foU In ever) movement calculated versal lavorito with )o.mg and old nnvnmeIfnl nIi the Increased de- Nn tiro lieen Ion of tho first srene . gan a twl1 It was not long untjl iljojljllnti - great Mississippi tre father of Noith Hcrtsirk & IUItzer wngon man. The snlrn for Ihe good of the nvvn alike Ills hotel is a home, a typical was forced further ww.ward, and his "certainly exerted herself In thee reatlon America's water cenirses. Many beau '"rynctuiin g company. Doing t iiiiigeti nt ... nrklna,,in on oven vehicle turn- The olliccn are homo for traveling men, a stay at the E. R. ELLISON. Is n iiuigntllrcnt lora-tlo- n of thlH cmt It oncu favorite hunting wind tlful homi5 grate he drills, fihow Ing ii. Jw laUr period to the nniue of llitk- - c,j out, coupled with the fact that none Is an epoch of Tom Dillon, sr., mayor. Special ABont Mutual Llfo of ''"t.U- - iob the ben In the man w igon tumpauy On Ma) 10 1S!C ,f, o tho governtiHH4 bj tiVatj) war II II Sandero. I. !' l.lllson, J. A. a glance tno prosperous rtnuinifii " overafter associates tho mind with hap- viewrests Now York wurld. Tho kaloltletu-eiplrich (he factor) vvasnenrl) totall) turnei to a more prolific account lllrkThompson, Kiee llrlim, James Wearn, Hi two who till the toll that ) thoughts. During the jcarahand-at- , vlno-elnIn every city, large or small, there py returns for tho breowal of Intelligent b Iir'',ei.tilllngaveryheav) loss.Hard-'.man wbb then known as Mill's I'olK, upon ,i l.intlM.ipens fall iixthe II T IJavis luuurllinrL. route brick building equipped vvlth '1 ho elty Is peculiarexponent, of certain avocations, labor. The Hver or lnitom lat.dt. have natneil In honor of the llr--j settkr. It hlllsofnumi) Italy had the embers begun to tool until II F Iti'iutey, ill) r.;tcrnc). u appointments will be but It on the taklives stand out ln bold relief been fer.lllzed for ages b) periodical preparations weroon foo: fur rebuilding iK'rame tho trading point for a wide ly sltualed; along the river front A 1) Klngmiiu, city judgex ! present site of the ground above high JJJ-..,against the backg.out.d of humat.lt). overilows, building landaof rich nluvial scope of terrltor) ntnf for a number of ing up tho level mil tho tlmo was not long until a new 'IHitn Wllot . Jr . rlij marshal. proper y of Mr Ssln who have beeom- - i power In their In Is the recognizes no icer lu agriof note In this water mark (thebaic of the character thnt jtirs was the only plate fnctory, elnboiatcl) fitted vvlili Iilgh an " inmor. and he proposes tx .erect iMekgroiiuil) Isthobuslmev? cotton. lrnchlnery lommunl.) In their .in, of business cultural production. Corn, set tlon As thepopuln Ion became it" re hllU In the .U to anno arote Phoenix like on the for Mr Vmburr a ho t.l, vv heat, o.Ub, millet, potatoes, sugar cant, SOCIAL FEATURES. suthmet. in tho parlance of the end dense Inland low t or trail' ng M.iMone, portion of Hickman. The principal blto of tho old plant. The fat tor) rt or beat. tont.ngtn- t- arc termed n tre state a comb.nn Ion street of lilrknmii Is Clinton, a cut of cf ihe.en.uo -- ... lilt kin an people nro noted for theli tobaeioaml tut) grow to perfection and tinning operations Aug. S. lVJl Tho family of Mr. Atll- - . -- . . elegant ItQ ..... -- . UUU ,...,,.r,riv' .. .1 " n n nr.l ....... ... .... Tllllat l"miul howwhlth Is shown herein Tho curly maturity. I USUI ID ..u... li lull klndncvH and hfcpltnllt) Society Is rcnelies .in Tho new factory with Its atra) of fine at the hotel, consisting of biisliiest blotks, with their maBlve eiptal to let vet) cheap, comparing the prue - giiiibnuie impltis n man or ability, burg resl las tpleudld lady, tho best ni.el sorlal orgaulra- - ever, ni.uhlnci), the hit t ft and mopt modi n windows, splendid h ore's, iiial- - Mrs. Amburg. a most Kreiit-plate upl'd with he gieat Ameilcan per acre with less favored counties of i tlors are so numerous that it is IiujioceI-bl"rVHlimlon. dcfclgned from the j,riatti.' and three cm client daughters Miss with colossal stex'ks, portrays In an i: II Klllfcon hasforsev-pii- plll.ll the Nor h And to the homobteki r Ideas emanating to give each tho notice that It deMiss LlMle and Miss Irene Miss from tho Ingenuity way the life and tnerg) of her nu instil ant e busl-i- i ihero are )el liundrcite of nerfej In their fraught b) the serves. There nra reading circles, aid Sadie is iho very "tilcient botAkteper matter mind of in. n i r I a ml business men, they are enthusiastic, iimiii ts hi an- soeltlfs, pleasant in mo clulw, Epworth oilglual state awaiting them. The v Indeed otic lli gie.it st.iti o' Kt v' in tho Ilickmai bauk g Illb uptltlllll' l) hopeful audi buojant nnd well the) not ln ml Ivatlou and those that offer anel'r-coreKi.drnvor can pnli.t o with niitniiiiiet ult.itinn t. great mid- Iaiiku". shoulel be, for to town In tl tho besj opportunities to tho of other Mcio' ,es 'I l.e lodges nre well ono of her ttt.l) incrltablo Industrial dle- Kotith hits tn brlvbt u future m ho are thoso now In forest state represented and brvo large and enthtts-- 1 representatives. One that has In noun glorious a destiny Man) of thrm tiro Theso can be pua'hased at remarkablj lastlc memberships. certain tone added laurels to her fa. tor) men w ho hav o spent tho gren cr portion low figures and will iuy for themtclvcb i Tho T. & A. M., Odd IVllows. equipment, lending nld to her of their llfo in mercantile lines; the) in short tlmo. The timber on mat') IbbbbbFw hardly do Knlghu of I'jthinft, Knlgh s of Honor, of the tracts will more than pay back tl have prospered, they could Thiough the klntlnets and under tin otherwise The) nro located In thover) Woodmen of the Weirld nnd llo)l amount or llrbt Investment .LXmMt'X llnphn. Hiinorlii- C. F. DALTZER. ruldnnen nf Mr P bWLbWbWM fcj&MSSJmWm, heart of Kcn'wcky'b most fertile boil Templars of Tcmperaiue aro represent-- ! Kentucky i noted ror Its high lr- - t..mcnt of the ni.uhlne drpaitment. the and a timlicr produclug region serond ed, nt;d visitors to tho elt) are made! ductlon lu s oc-- raising. Fulton count) vrlter had the pleasure of .Hour through . to iionoin the 1'nl ctVStates 11 bervlie welcome ar.) the excellou tonillttun of lmt , elJ best of material f uh ' In all probabilities cm show a grcatt r a tho l(Kes utid their gticd'ntteiie'iuie.o i tho entire plant and a pen picture of the ,ouslrm.llon ta ft Uoua fide gum... . of water and rail they are afforded percentage or wealth obtained from Ui vnilous departments, with their huge Uiat Uioy afo wJU(l, ,oa ftnU 81lrpl!s,., freight rate on import and export wnres over In evidence and is eumincn.ied on pay giHid In pincgerlzlng ernub) those who ma) bourtei than an) dlstrlivof lu blzeit. tl piles of wagon material ami nrmv of . nono that advantages thrm to middilo South Fanners do not have t busy men can mil) in a meager and lu- pi lees for the funnels offerings and to enter their portals I() tl,0,r tmoT). being located dir.t t'v Tho handsome fhureli edifices that ton end with the cold rigid w Intern UK' ndeeiuato wa) acquaint those who mnj sell him his goods nt much less figures u ,ho erj imf o om ot Uu rtt tusi the North Tho vvlnttrfnre cold enough to grace tht city licspeak a religltitib pop pernio this article with tho III. kman tlmbt,r regions along tho course of the with a profit than towns that wiml3JBwPBBTbWbWbTi be competitors. Along w 1th tho claim wngon company's splendid works. Con- - MllUlgf ,,p river, niui general ulation 'I ho church homes wherein the only hero to mako It Invigorating tle wondeiful array of business houses two mcht ex- Ibpllsta, MthodiUttj, Chrlf.lans, Cath- S.ock Is allowed to run out the )tmr In a bpatlous building to the ,lim. of ti10 labor the) emplo) afiordb Z!BBBaS9BBiEaiSiibltoiMBWMWfiWBBBl or tho bottom cellent national banks are icprctuitcd olics, Episcopalians and I'rcbbylerlans around tho enno breaks south somo in ent feet remove from tho adval,taBM t0 pine,, ou tll0 market Tho Indus.rlcs, while not niimcrout, lands affording them ample projection wood working department Is tho forging lhum Omo of Hickman's Resilience Stroots, worship will compare favorably with aro of great Importance, tho befellts of CATHOLIC CHURCH. a Electric Lights and Water Works owned and operated by the city. NEXCELLED Transportation facilities, by Water and Rail. In close connection with the GREAT southern markets. THIRTY YEARS. ln ijXMHMvTt Cdif Bt ps'and aleo furtlshcs those of any other town In thert-ate,- : ce, forcing the architectural beauty and interior a i.BVvl fnr 41uli-jbtolntinents. wlwnthc now buildings no fh, farHtr' ti l?Lut.Wcr' email per- rcnUM being one j uncer consixticuon nrecunipievi-tflnewMMcuKiHr Tho school buliilng, as tho cut i(jH ce tralcc, Is !n every way modern ana co. ' OtMrrHhflU livaW! a regard' to preservi structed rW'd!M.sVd health of AGRICULTURAL SECTION thowell llghtwli the pupils. Tho buildco; Is ami ventilated and Is i" .rjz'v h'jw'Vi'BSTFremwau-cv enlcntly loottvl so as to be nccesstble MBcult DMWsrf) Hi all nar of tho town 1rektevfllinBA Hlckmnn'a metropolis Is ono of UM most beautiful In the state, tho bUi ntwneuuCfMiBR; warrant DKwe city of tho dead- Is located on a g I'wpfcwvto-to- ! eminence about a mllo from .the tow nalim"-Lthe gryinJi are eo laid out that t bring out emphasize tho beauty irr orwrllei s manufac-ture- of the landscape cfieeta presented by th OPENING FOR A bcautifu! expanse cf hill and dale thaO ltkeiMpU comprlso hn ground. Fine old shade J irAri-.,- .' trees, with lnterwovtn iKJtighs, watch, oven the llowcr garlanded graves, and Kr.tke has ji .ihJu'A or Jir. It tho rolJ jet ttately, monuments that mark tho resting placo of those wbiYjf iJWrmnm ,n,.,'!nrlwWw;iany w , uuaicti rom in tho morning of life, Ilk uu tnicu niirBH. ictlio tendir leaves of spring only to fade iff 'fSNrnu pressure hwi irasm J?mW' . DHeoaway the Icy. broach ot lni i w Again reappearing at the An "prltrg, perpetuating tlw Xtfy.of ternJj 'ZjHF9CFTnlBtTi i and Iron nttli'B works. Tho machinery urcd In this, as In tho othcrdepartments, ft.ro of the latest Improved character, notablo among tho ifit being their hydraulic tire setter, a dtvlco that fills n long felt want In wagon building, as It niastcrs tho art of uniform dlshlngjof tbo wheels, and with a pleasure of 3,000 pounds to tho square Inch sets the tire on cold, which Is far superior to the antiquated plan of beating tho tiro, and burning the fellows. The high class machinery In tho iron department Is augmented by ten large forges set consecutively through the center of the Lutlding, manned by skilled mechanics and their helpers. i l" OF FULTON . AMlin utrir ?'fifs! .a fe: - nl u.B;ttt 0 Clinton Street, Deooratod In honor of Dewey's Victory at Manila. Y ss 3TNot a Business eMtf.Vrria&l "--. WmWBEmWi$&" WmWmWmWStEmSt ti. t'-'- ' mi) Hickman has but ono P OPULATED by a people of refinement and culture. for their hospitality. HiOHHBIHHiHkLmm&mmm$m daacfl Hi9TTT77HiMHBXBtifiCi9BGBB newspaper, t vmm m maBinHBpcMmmWm .ktlBmmW'mW,mmi9:hinm9mmtimlmW1 by la W l.,'i'., W j9 7 nnt miii n3iii h mm, muiHu..-uvriteBL,- iii - iKHBKHai v TK- the1 Noted iijhm .r Mmr . . -- '--... s&Mmtf.: mV .Jr? HHI VBk wagon at prlcen as low or a first-claj lower than many Inferior brands that Dud tholr way to the trade through unr IsusDectlng dealers. . . - uo u.o ' UL III. 1JIO OUICUFB JA. J yier, Een9,r1l inau:jji, v.-- t. xa ffer. secretary ina treasur.er; u ilCnn, superintendent oijiua:uiuuue partaient. H. O, Bectinan, superintend- tT;' department; Oustav Hunzlcker, super-zlcker, superlrrtcndent of smithing de- " -Ir.-.,- --. 1 ... for this special line ot trade. He makes llfo Insurance a specialty and represents the Mutual Life of New York, one ot llfejn- the strongest companies-doing H K9EBB H CO.; P e PBtJiw a ; rrTirocTTt (Mrtrln "y nfr .Their asf Teach 0, beyond to magnlfaent sum of which evidences Its reliability They offer to patrons liberal policy contracts and cheap rates. It Is hardly necessary to mention that the Mutual Life of New York heads the list of Insurance companies in faroc that transacts business In this section. Mr. Ellison their local agent for Hickman and ter- rltory surrounding, Is ono of our most popular young mf rt, a busluess man and gentleman In every sense of tho phrase. His office Is located over the Rice & N'aylor's foot fitting palace in Clinton street. Parties desiring insurance will find It to their Interest to con sult with Mr. Ellison bt..ore entering Into negotiations for Insurance. sufance t:uslrs.' J2l.-C'0,00- ,1 -,- " ,. - - wn ( thor-otig- I I oTH XW&A OOZW . ""WI or-w- lll i Ma1 i t fBwFl'rWjiTVjMrH. KbHT1'0'11 -- 1 'B siai1! b -r rtAj 7ct? "n - .fisfe c tr""'1l"' cBBBEBBVABWi'jBBMBPVTbiris tttm .f .... -- s- , Jb ,v -- T-" f-- . a llEl' - i Ger-farm- Ken-tmk- 1 ' iiu.-c- 'I ..... "T" .... f1 ' i,,,,.,,, iunrj. -- d U g , ttt-a- Ix-e- 1 Ken-tuck- y, ,&BB flSf ISo'S'Thl ' w. ,..,, .- ...... t 1' "i0'! " ij mil-eith- er ,,.., (dlt-iofe- 'ij't tt SI e ilet-tiof- d y mod-who- - Cntikbivte- 1 .- e Sn-di- e. I i I in s houic-seck- pn-stig- 1 HKTbbIbHKbbB bSRHbIImbI mjSSwOBWbWB -- ' o imm. jinffiiyywyf tmtMf i mi" mw 'vwwntfii ' :?., i fl . ,p it '- -- v wyjqfgfflflffSgfgSy I. v t oW-V - - - W...t "1., Si is t, trN 'i l 1 tUV i'f rv1, JStSZtSS. )'r I ' V' f -- ; v ri I HICKMAN ,.m -- iLiif'.EsnD'i'rxoisr mm -- ' - N&&& ? . - - tfi IRIFR m. . r T .v bmh . e ' JAS. GEO. WAKIIEN, Editor unci Pubtlahor. O. WRAUN, Aaalstnnt Editor. HICKMAN, FULTON COUI 3E iZaMmKENTUCKY, JUNE, 1898. . 4 WiMBr .iM "-- O. L. H0WELI,, Special Editor. . . METROPOLIS OF FULTON i COUNTY. ONE OF KENTUCKY'S MOST BEAUTIFUL TOWNS. UIPIMAM iivrvivinn, OOATED in the very THE J T" OF THE BLUE GRASS STATE. heart of the richest AGRICULTURAL SECTION 6 REAT Forests CLOSE PROXIMITY With millions of feet of Desirable Timber in TO THE CITY. beds of Fire Clay, suitable for the manufac-tureo- f China Ware and White Ware. Splendid OPENING FOR A SEWER PIPE INDUSTRY. kNE of Electric Lights and Water Works owned and operated by the city. FAILURE IN THIRTY YEARS. the most stable towns in the state. S2?"Not a Business P Transportation facilities, by Water and Rail. In close connection with the GREAT southern markets. OPULATED by a people of refinement and culture. Noted for their hospitality. which nro felt In all channel of trade The Hickman Wagon Co hcadttthe list, liy lollowtil plwatorlal interests; I r. L5 through the latter hundreds of tons of fish are nnnunlly shipped to nil par 8 of the United States, ns shown intpeclal article Iti. this dltlcn The j)rofMonnl uen of the city are broat, Mbcrnl inlndid KetKlemen. xeal- au In Aw pursuance of their rpeclal VHMrH calling nnd well deervint;of panngrlstn flssSS :6 r for their public uplrlt manirf4a loi.s gmmFJFx ingsDdj-lYerM- I Uk. Throughout their Taklns the biulnts life of Hickman ineir auiiity anatiiave rrovco w ' t k n.siiHirWtaM.ttaifft6aM entire we find marked at every turn u.irltr .i imvu lyn'riuH j "'n,j rtli.li.nin' -.Vn . ardaUro'UK lies of rough lumber 1 f.TBs vTL r, 'Ir. sbVf r r r-.m i t r sfsyWsV """T 4sUsVnb iz ieZJ .r n ., . 0mm mg energy and thrift, summarizing them, n m .w.iii mil tho universal of nearly all peculiar clreumManrc Is rotlced In tbclr is, that woven Is the more suitable and BUSINESS MEN'S i nationality The writer is Incl.ntd o ASSOCIATION. . J) In till events the cheaper and If tho propUio brtlef that S5 per cent of The Business- Men's Association of I er kind Is the more durable. Barbed 111.M1 are Americans It U is fast becoming obsolete, fis'the Hickman is an orgBiilzatioroftfae-lcad-twJrFulton County Court Houso, on tho Bluff, OvorlooklnK Rivor doubtful If another Mmltar showing can In-bualncA? men of the city. It has tor ( dtmage It docs to stock represents mll-lt- s The history of lilcknvan It as unique bewn to form Vet Mllhi I'olnt (Hick- benuide by a tow u having an) thing near aim and object the promotion of. Lie lions of dollars annually and aside from as the town U beautiful Tlioiltoupin man) was the hub of the wmmcite the number of Inhabitants wl Mu the growth and properity of the city. Va , tho financial view, the cruel tendencies which tho towo built mh favored Corn, cotton, tobacco nnd the farmers' confines of the United States members arc progressive and cnterpris-- 1 of barbed wire Is revolted against by The pridt of Hlrkman are herrplen-dlIng and aro making every effort to at- the humanitarian Instincts of mankind. rcndeivous of the North American- In- prodiictH In general, wore brought here that offer mugnlficeht dian' loni; before the adent ot whit for boat traniortatlon to tcarkets tain the ends tho association has In The necessity of a cheap fence demands ,o thtmo wbo'dedre a thor- view. Any Itprestor who seeks to locate tho use of wire and the Pago wire fence man. The trend of bllla. w 1th the brond Ixok back over ninrly a hundred .. ohiritlon l'rofft r J protect him from a factory or ftrtuMrlal enterprise hwj'e Is ono that Alls every want, ns It Is orwaters of the great Mississippi river at lyears of rteady growth and note the i wh han" tnat ,s true t0 a Turn n retreat Intova ratf n!lR charge of these nnd tin re will receive ample encouragement. namental, durnble and cheap, and Is so A their base, the deno forests tecmlnK wonderful change- - Tho savage nnn ce fort with nn iiifertorVrcoVx. s that he docs rot Free eltes for factories nro offered and constructed that It tn no wise offers with game, formed an enchantment In his ravagv custom, with their weird "ro- are no word of auionnas fWSMmL liv Mia ,Itv ttrlltfn anything detrimental h to stock. Dr. mrsiWaimMwe . me tne- hand that --has wTonceiL Mtr.W, oocn aoanaoifkd. "e t. -- rV '"; due VfeploB i h the lavage romantic mantic sK'.nfiK hae anlshcd bf'ore merit. Mr J W. Cow gill, ore of our "- -" iLiPlBBBW. UlS)' ivt-'- " ,v-"f." ..ntn- -J "b uiikiu houuuu ' was ACXJUnBBH not snoincr : er T7T : Ti4i3 vimm nature. It wAt his paradise. Illckmnn, he good Influence of clilluUun like most foremost uusitKM men has ever nrl.rntn iwi, Drnf .1 u. CtfiSi", ""'. Hubbard has nearly his entire farm i,r a aw.. 11. vaot, ,. 1 . uy lT5K)fntly T9tfmag unm-- J f..uw Samit P10 r hard hand U niatt ." C'HIl no trndltlou iHIk us, was one of the few mist before th iu,B ,cuce is of a summer's rtin beos- a factor In maintaining the high U3 uato of the famous Haivard. He cont, ,a village. Dis- The old fce.tlvr, one by otw, have nearly standard of the school. He has ever favored site of an Indian .nce ismgwy. . -'- V Ing pletedhUeducatlonlntheriyJonalNorr ,hr 'C'MSOd'y tinct among the hills. In and around all long flnce iaicd away ami o the nroved'.one nf l.s mnnJb'nrir frtini'u MfTftTT . - . ,, l J, - "- I .w. board for tl!l wK,h-- . .nw.MIChalrmBn of thftH-hoo- l lHfkinft are)ethMtatlontrcrofthe . mlndw ,fV Ik " . . in the cuts showing Dr. Hubbard's farm m nowfTs t. itlnct race tbntclvts credit erlngthgfi!eof life, the hbrtwst cornea lncX)'!fv iooii.axicuiu.uauu.or house and beautiful burying grounds. Hack of the . . . Tm owcr l...r.irn Itiflii nnli n n nlun nniTaUI. I camMw-- u II. .t. .i..i. OUR BUSINESS MEN. Ptrtles who desire good fences will find t.n.in nr nnthinc is knoii of iho first ho battle f realtt j . wus o-- o of hnru-- " r"""''M poriioru of the city proper, In this edhlon n has been our pleas- It time well spent to cnqulro fully into jBI-f-flsBftjithe beautiful hills, nre the ' lyvoA'.on of the white tnnn tn this see- - ships, but n hb drcatn he recall the ure to let the world know the character the merits of the Page woven wire. man) iiMgniflii'nt homes (the rcsldvait " It Is said thty were of Spnn.fb fares of the loved ones gom on before Hon of men who represent the great channel Address Dr. Hubbard, Hickman, Ky, representaorigin nnd came up the river on atrnd- - he sees anew the wild flowers clufrtetenl imr of the cltj). tin) ore ot trade in our micst. Wo have based --' tng exiKdltion. Forae few of thee made among tho cmggixl cllfts, he tastes only tives of nearly ever) utyle of architecv timmJ; AVsMssiiiiiiWour special articles on facts and condia? JwSKuMBm'i k v LECLEDE HOTEL. took up their oUmIc among of tho ttwcit the Intter was hU lot In ture an.l environed by tplcr.did Inwne, frlen! and tions that actually exist, that the stran to pave .tudili'd here nnd there with Ma'vly Proprietor the Indians. Tholr hybrid posterity be- - privation nml ger may become acquainted In advance .mo.GS amiiuko, trees, sweet nmelllng exotic .dine the saago in all due Mticcof th the way tor others, be has drank from of thosuwith whom he will come in con- xheio Is not a more noted personage ptanU There It lies as a term The cruelty of ibvHan4arda and ' cup the wry ihegs. and now only and natal tact he.i visiting Hit knian. They all rc,prcsented In tho business life of Hick- -' tiiajestleally towering tho craftiness of the lmWan jiossewtd pleasing and pleasant thoughts of long dreeim of na.tire, seem to be Imbued with the same Idea Uan tnan tno proprietor ot the Lcclede nlioi tin- more iironic festuren ( the hem with Innate dcmonlaclsm. a race ago hnwuldw in hi breast of ioFresrveuM nm. work in unlton nol6j familiarly known in all circles rrom a nntmet or tog cawta set tu n business tmplefl. presenting n land- - I " uf people far more ferooJowt In naturr """ to bring nboir goud ico.ilU. To the C8 ..ijncie jjose." He Is a typical Ger- over the broad waters farmiug fraternity they i.fler the great- - nian a n3tiVe of the Fatherland. For than the wild beaHa timt represented clcarln-- In tho cd:e of n great foret. to scaH view out of the MisslmlppI river and1 fertile field he greater dculrenshlpof thotracklcH a liuh'tling town moderiilzed with HICKMAN WAGON COMPANY, est value In wares for tho least money hfty yearg he nag bccn directly connect-l- f of the age. electric lights, thnt stretch out from Its shining waters, and prlmltlro forests It Is from no other reason than that they d wlth Hickman's onward march. For FAMED THE COUNTRY THROUGH FOR ITS NONPAREIL A PEERLESS INDUSTRY. a:er worku, nsmnllclty tilled1 with bus-ln- a llvirg iKem, a seem bejond the iwwcr claimed that tho "lo mini" of Ken-ti- n biiy their goods for kr mccey. a number of years he was engaged In ESTABLISHED IN 1858 VEHICLE PRODUCTION lioiiftt. of brick and stone, with of jien to paint ky wasdlfcoverednnd vvorkulby the The stability and nwgilty of Hlck-ma- rt niercantlllng, in which ho was not rMldences scattered along men Is tl own In the fact clowned with prosperity from no other forefa'hers of this shlftlens race and high stacks of spokes in their crude ..... .buslnf Kulton county, of which Hickman is began Uio manufacture ot wagons for and f.iiiii. i. nn nnlwwn fhtnirlL lenson than his Inability to say "No" was lorated in tho hills along the banks broad streets Is a far cry. This, howOUR CITY OFFICIALS. awaiting their turn toa. ,. No the county seat. cocaIns 1S5 Fquare localjtrade, in the modest npartmenta state, silently of America' grcnteM wnter course nnd ever, l the history of Hickman. ' to those who represented themselves to swer the requirements of tho rlBM In- coun:y of ajblacksmlth and wood working I.lko every other feature 01 tins en-- , boom has come "o croato fictitious values nni, ..... ,,,., M closcd a be In need and asked for credit. In cloe proximity to mlfomme rcdl td ns spector. preparatory to being transit-- j Lindner terprlMct; city tho watchword of those to bo ,,,,4 ,0 tbe ttate. It is located nt tfa'a Place man's deo. the famous lied Toct lak.a mngnlflcett for a tint and then colIapT, lenvlng In Thousands of dollars have drifted w hero under the prac Its wnkeore of ruined men ntdacrts nn. the heart of publ.c ulTa.rs lt "pro- - ,n (ho fcoutuv-vetcrot Ken ucky, w ator a few mllexMviith of Hickby ed to the factory, lir,n,l,n. wholesale from his keeping to an Incredulous class tiody of TheMilncksmlth shop was evcratcd ... . iitckman. B"' " tho Mississippi river forming the weet- - Charles and Philip Ualtzer, and the wood ueni eye 01 practical men ii.c, man', the flnet ard (trnatwt fishing In all of valuable prtiierty. The grow h hn ot people, who took advantage of his TLe 11 y In if npld extending Inter-- ern unry nne Twenty-seve- n school working department wns conducted by cd to good account. Tho palm chops nnd ro:aute among .l imiuuci- rpi,,. llrt Since the tlmo of civ lUatlon bcen slow but stevdy, her buslncf men tue iu "c kind and sympathetic nature. For eight Vmerlca additional wnrc rooms are located near Knoiw of Louisville. Ky. eU9 ri'i;rra men 0' au mi.v anr nustie buildings are repro-enwwithin tsioc-tineMrenuotiiJ efforts hnvo been mndo to are stablo and conservative, their 5lax and Otto Henwick. The demand years ho has been the proprietor of the 11. to imt.Ii forward Is not at tlio holm The (Hue means Mime-thl- n all of which are in excellent re- for their wagons soon warranted their tho freight depot ot tho N. & C. It Hickman has the credit of being the Lcclede hotel, and a better landlord ihe suptiOsM mlno of wealth, o concern more thnn lot; and requires pair, the greater number of them being forming Tho officers of this favored strong wns Uie story favorvd Kfforls In 'ephemeral; they nro never found wealthiest llttlo town In the state of a partnership for the puipotc presided at a "..otel counter. Mkiry dT.awing nro men Imbued with a thorough prac- Kentucky, taking the number of her In- never The ;huls of the county of making wagon building their exclusnew edlfice-i- . has brought to light im.ny l&R In llbernlliy. espcclnlly tathlsthovvn Hmucthlnt; mo'O tLau Through the high excellence of his splen- wagon mechanism, bo constant) on the knowledge of An olllccr has to aro very rich, adopted 'o all class of cer-habitants, 2,000, fhe nhon a wealth cMd meals and scrupulously clean rooms To facllitnto them to suc- tical ixtssibllltlc. trace of gold, silver, liad In their munlllcctX cotiTlbutloiiiitopHb-an- d dejiartment to eal raising, and a fruit raising district ive business. alert Iti the legislo-'lv.., each having charge of some special dc- - mnm timn rniir tuncti as great as aiu found, but as )et'lc cntcrprU-i- . zinc lmve .cessfully cnto for their ever Increasing o,ea r .. - .. -. n.i, c .eue ,lth!n ft laaius of 100 miles. The ,". The city of Hickman Is not only the frame If glsl.ttti r that will meet the that will In no distant day add greater trade, commodious buildings nnd Int- - ..rtnient. giving to It minute nttent.cn. i granting tho legendary story of wealth ... VI innvniimvvi'Miw, .. ,.t. i,ai.,r ., .nnntrntiiil in tttn imir tunttn growing nee. Iti the executive to hold laurels ;o th- - fame zLe now enjoys ... w...v , ,,,,, , .n. facts) the rich d'olt1t n w alUitho more most substantial town In West o.h.u. ""building fn nil thnt ticrtalns IWeUllU iIBfow, luium,...- -gmerai tinmU ti.e traeinn. I loved machinery have been contlntin.is ana high excellcuce. 0f a but in tho mulcf. tl rtihlili.K population In wngon but i be f.xlr hand of nature has Tim wcokcrs. fortuno fortnnnto The upper lauds nte undulating only additions, until today the plontcovirlng to men that eral flnU8 no reason to change he r of factor,! n tho l.ands part of Uio preint ecu been lavUh in her gifts of beauty. Could unity wi h each otlur ami In hnrmon) enough to fumle-- a line natural dralrt-ng- e. a plat of ground upward of five acrcM 1 heir aim w to turn from theirmnlwlnl K,,uw ...enrly u,lul ' ' " ..,......, usually stopping pace. unci's .lioso l iujbi "" ' Tiny miuvt be gent with tho lnwr n wagon as nenr nrrilnii In ,. ,pv fnjn tholnaterIn ru,P that tury marked tho first step of civili- tho c)e conceive for nn Instant the beau-t- i It la well watered throughout presents ono of the most modern instilhecour. charxicior and inelllgenco.iul(k pioduced b) actuates tho o men 01 me " construction as can be by Inhabited of Pnrndlso when zation of Fulton county. A Mr. Mills, with living sprlugs, tevtr falling welU tutions of the kind within the llmlte and way all the trade adjust thivjuselvcs to changing smaller cities. They aro no. In nny sense tcsy by placing In his the handicraft of man. Adam and Hvo, and then could the samo to with a parly of men, landed from the and nre in their power. His kind hcartednets Such n bud) f inert now pre- nnd nunivroiis bH'Ok thnt wend tbclr 01 the 1'nlted States. Fioni the Inception How well they hnvo succeeded Is Il- of the term miserly Inchced river and erected a cabin homo In the eyo be csstuimn Hickman In heriprlng side In Hlckiiin. auc their worth bns way like slvor threads through the the business In tho year of 1S5S until lustrated moro clearly In their phenom- ever rca!y to turn their money loose for nnJ j0Vai chnracter makes him a unl- year of 1S19; from this colonization be- - tlmo garb It would nt once fee a croon fields nnd woodland sltco to the (ta:reorganization in 1S93 it wns known elther private or public benefit. versal invorlto with )oung and old enal advancement and the Increased de Nalvro lecn foil In ever) movement, calculated Ion of the llra-- scer.c n nmlilt uns noli Innir until tho II dlnD great Mlsolralppl, tic father ot Noilhl ra.tlie Hortslck & ll.iltzer wagon man- - mand tor Hlrkman wagons. The splen - for the good of the 'own nllke. Ills hotel is a home, a tjplcal was forcl further wen'.wnro. ar.h ITT? feftatlily exerted herself In the creation nf '... wnrkninnaliln on overv vehicle turn compnii). being America's water courses. Many The olltcori are' homo for traveling men, a stay at me E. R. ELLISON. - wind (deposed ot thin spot Is n magnificent locn- It Ing otico favorlto hunting 1 nnintn tlful homo grace "he flirma, nhovv ..... iu Jie latjr period to the name of lllrk-..- - , ,, fn,,,,.! Uh i,p fact that noni ta nn puocii of measure mat Tom Dillon, sr mayor. ,.. .. . - -. Special Agent Mutual Llfo by nVal) was tlon,.aJ'r '"litV tea. tb bent In Uie (. o tho government a. " coiwiuuii 7if vnou w.igon company Utl Jill) 1U, 1MCJ. 11. 1) Samlcn over niter assutraiiB lt.A mlml ulllillin.I. v I'.lllbon, J. A. a gratico uio prosperoii inu iiu" ""....,.ki... turned to a more prolific nccount Hick world. Tho kalelilewoplc view rests Thonipsiin, Krcc Hrlau, James Wcarn, thoso who Mil the toll, that yields ilih (he factory was nearly totally destroyed During the year a hand- every city, laige or small, there PX thoughts. a lanilwnpwnH fair iib the vlne-clnIn man wn then known ns Mill's Poles, uiion returns for tho bestowal of Intelligent by lire, cut llllnga very heavy loss. HardIt T Uavts. cou::rlltnrL, brick building equipped with mod- arc exponent, of certain avocations, eome trained In honor of the flrrtuwttlcr. It hills of ninny Italy The city Is peculiarlabor. The liver or bottom lands have ly hnd the embers begun to cool until the II I' Itemioy, i It) r,:icrney, appointments will w lose lives stand out in bold relief ern been fertilized for age by periodical preparations weroon foot for rebuilding became tho trading iolnt for a wide ly situated; nlojig the river front takA I) Ktnqiimu, rlty Judgo. present site of the Lee do fhe bu Id- up the level ground above high against the background of humanity, scope of territory and for a number of ing overflows, building lands of rich nluvlnl and tho tlmo was not long until a new 'IVm Oillot, Jr.. elt) marshal. In U the property of Mr. Sell. Curlln years wan the only place of note In this wnter mark (the base of the picturesque and who have become a power In their character that recognizes no peer in Agrfactory, clabotately fitted with high urt nc Inventor, and he proposes to erect Isthobuslnvw business nw re hllla In the background) Cora, cotton, lrnchlnery aroto Phoenix like on the communis In their line of icultural production, section As tho populn Ion became for Mr. Amburg n hotel second to none n the parlance of the end vv heat, o.itB, millet, jtotatoes, sugar cnuc, Su deiiso Inland tow b or trnd n talloiit. portion of Hickman. The principal SOCIAL FEATURES. blto of tin) old plant. The factor) re the state a com Innt Ion 0 bourt, , e tentury street of Hickman le CUUon, a cut of arc termed tobacio and hay grows to perfection and Kiimlng operations Aug. S. IMC Hickman jtcoplo arc noted for their .... ,,.,,..1, in I.. nnd comfort. The family of Mr. Am- elegant which la shown heroin. Tho how. ..v,v, I,U31HID, klndncB and hipltnllty. Society Is reaches an corly maturity. Tho now faitory with Its aira) of line burg teslles nt tho hotel, consisting of buslnetu blocks, with their massive b gnllliaiitc, implies n mnn of ability. equal to the best at.d boclal organlzn-tlot- s ever. Is very cheep, compprlng the price iiiachlneiy, the latest and most iiimlewt a most rplcndld lady, qual-,- ) Mrs. Amburg, pinto windows, tplcmlidnores. French utipb'd with the great American per ncre with Ices favored counties of aro so numerous that It Is ImpossilYrodiiciIim, designed from the greatcs and three excellent daughters, Miss with colossal stwks, portrays In nn push Mi K H nilbonhasforsev-t- i the N'or.li. And to tho homcbCeOu-Ideas emanating from tho Ingenuity Miss Urzle and Miss Irene. Miss s way the llfeund energy of her ble to give each tho notice that It i'ars 'mil piiiil"p insttrame Uiero are )ct hundrcd of ncrce In their There arj reading circles, aid fraught by the master mind of mi' is Sadio Is tho vtry "lllclcnt bookkeeper business men, they nro cwhuslnflttc, at"1 tf oilglnnl state awaiting them. The land th' '' r business he socltles, pletie.int In mo clulw, Kpworth Indeed one tbs gieat state o' Kcntiiikv hopeful nnd buoytint nnd well they ',ps Msaptltudi1 In tho Hickma 1 bank. ' tv 'iif not In cul.ivntlon and those that offer I.eaKua, Christian Hndeavor nud'r.cores f can point to with no undue ixultatlun ,. bo, for to town In tl.c great mid should tho bes'j opportunities to the hoiue-seek- ono of other roclo'lcs. Tho Iodgeei nte well of her fitly merltublo Industrial dle South litis so bright n future or ho nro thoso now In forest state represented and have large nnd enthusreprescntntives. t)ne that has In no un glorious a destiny Many of them nro These can bo purchased nt rcmarkabb iastic memberships. certnln tono added laurels to her fnitor) men who huvo spent tho gren cr portion jmT "ht low figures and will pay for themitclveo iAS ITi'.'v J. JB-Tho F. & A. M.. Odd Fellows. equipment, lending aid to her presttgi of their llfo in mercantile lime; the) in slmrt tlmo The timber on man) TyOTlWaBL v smBsMsWBE "have proicred, they could hnrdly do Knights of l')thlas, Knlgh s of Honor. of tho tracts w III more than pay back tie Thiough the klndnets and under tin othcrw Uc They ore loc.ited In tho very Woodmen of the World nnd itoyul amount of first Investment. s emplars of Temperance aro n.'prcent-ed- . C. F. BALTZER. culdanco of Mr. C. F. Iloehn, superln- heart of Kentucky's mo&t fertile toll 1 I Kentucky Ik noted for Ita high pro- ' tendent of tho madiine dcpaitnient, and visitors to the city are made nnd a tnnl)r producing region, second the, count) In w rltcr hud tho pleiuure of a tour through to nono In tho UnltctlStntca. lly sen Ice welcome and the excellent condition of duction s.ock rinsing, Fulton but tho very best of material l us.o a the lodge and their gtmd'nttem'atice It. In all probabilities can show a greanr tho cntlro plant nnd a pen picture of the of water acid rail they nre afforded H1U1 gu.iruit-- e over In evidence and Is coiiiiuen.iIt on percentage of wealth ohtnlived from this vnilous departments, with their huge loiiatructloti Ib a bonu freight mto on Import ami expon wnrea that they aro equal to all and surpassed In tl source than any district of Its size piles of wngon material and army of that ndvniitngoa them to pay good In pancgerlzlii'g.iriii. b) thosowhomn) by 110110. iiudiMu South. Fntmera do nob have 10 busy men can onl) In a meager and Inpi ices for tho fnrmers offerings nnd to enter their portals lly tbclr factory being located dircit'v con end with tho cold rigid winters like adequate way 1110 iianueotuc ohurvi, edifices that sell him hl goods at much less figures, acquaint those who may in the verv henrt of olio of the rhhest the North. Tho vv Inter ttvro coldeiiough pcrtne this nrtltlo with tho Ill.kman tlmber rcBions nlong tho course of the with a profit, than tow nn Unit claim to grate tlio city bespeak a religious pop-- 1 Invigorating wagon company's splendid works. Con- - Msjsl bo competitors. Along with the general ulntlon. 'I ho church homes w herein the only hero to make It ,ml rlver nmi tho wonderfuldo-talne- d nrrny of buslne8 houees two mett ex ll.ipllsts, Me'hotKits, Chr!t.'lan8, Cath-- 1 S.ock Is allowed to run out the year In :i nmtlous building to the my oI lu0 ai,or they employ nflmds bottom south somo twenty feet remove from tho around tho cano bnaks of tho cellent national hanks aro represented thwn artvantngca t0 place 011 the market Tho IndusTlcH, while not numerous, ollcs, nplscopnllntu nnd Presbyterians lands affording them aruplo protection Ono of Hickman's RosiUenco Streets. wood working: department Is tho forging worship will compare favorably with aro of great Importance, tho beccflts nf CATHOLIC CHURCH. W M L fc - flnHF tBBSSnsS3i&.rt . I tA .1 .1L voth mnuv indaleo furcushes and Iron fltllng works. Tho machinery tnoso oi any Diner ltown in it.. iuokuiij nn. S aiiwHui b .i i .. Iti'7 vbreirmmniosjM nee, forcing the ured In this, as In the other departments. architectural bwuty and Interior a; pyi'.yro ntf u. use', sur Pery rmall pcr- - (Vro of the latest lmprdved character, Mntnients, wfwortbe new bulld!n t being one notablo among tho list blng their hy" under construction nro completed. y Jl CORlaw" r, ." Tho school buliJIng, as the cut lilt Murwie anet WCWHrwNMU i In ex- - draulic tire setter, a device that fills n tratec. Is Jnovcrjf way modcrnmndjeo; "mm"- - long felt want In wagon building, as It OfMrfHHtlM MVAMBHhat Will masters tho art of uniform dlehln.of structed with a regard1 to preservl tho heultfi of the pupils. Tho build hHBHrw distaMrdaM.toBiojiBHato the ibo wheels, and With a pressure of 3,000 yo'fsMfch offcra pounds to the squire Inch sets the tire Is well lighted nud ventilated and iaco; vcnlcmtly located so as to bs accessible tQ&mtom faflwed HMTuceMMbouId be on cold, which Is far superior to the anN JHB&L GAS U tiquated plan of beating the tiro-anall parte of the town of burning the fellows. The high class Hickman's metropolis Is ono of UrfW re&t erfi(6,nnd.-tiBm!n- e most beautiful Id tb state, tho sll MjM1 POted! o the rabMHyfceeibll- - machinery In the Iron department is city of tho dead Is located on n gi warrant nroro twrVBPH notice. augmented by ten largo forges set conr rijffjr liiilTiTp isii secutively through the center of the eminence about a mllo from the tuwi TMr the crAun.lt are eo laid out that t the building', manned by skilled mechanics bring out ar.d emphasize the beauty and their hnlnr. ovkm . the landscape cfieets presented by ,th' to beautiful expanse of hill and dale th Mmm , . 100 to MMK MK " comprise in ground". Fine old shai j:y KB7slBllBlsBsSlif1Gff' The trees, with Interwoven boughs, watel( fcryitTsiniif JtsMijidPnce so over tho flower garlanded graves, and the cold, jet Mutely, monument that mark tho resting1 place- of those vki' I IWpcAHrtUO(any shl 'i buidied for'b In th morning of life, Ilk 'oiyVmi awto evec.fcsaUrftastyw the tender leaves of siirlnt onlv to fad flk .1ST- ti- away b'Tfaro qt srlatof, ML ..ksHMm.im.VT-r,-ssHHllsls A train ronnncarlnir at the "lrlnr, pdrpcluatlnR th torypf tere llfo. : Hickman has but ono newspaper; Th "Courier," establLtedi In 1853 by ltff ' present owner and editor. Taken as , whole m cl.y In the South posse set M rMearcbii whW'li K. t iTery k T a most hospitable atd cultured claas of msierlmprlo'brlni'sBV people In social and ccmmercIaFr I MU Tra'cea W. nd apaj' are-ishe hen every ufttitlal feature of? Msuwwers jiTAhjp oottaAHkitV. 'Vet!.' ik ( sHHHIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHbIIIIIIHbI i, proiperom live commtLity. Unlike avowed to ko'm. svnu Bre d frontier countries the tlrangcr who lo- a lament lBtho 1 cates here will find :hui no hardships or! iW.lewe'.p-fwpector.MnTTmilntlM will be encountered, but HOEHN. T 'm fc !" will find reoplo here who have already ,. ww?fiS 15l' . a BL. UH bulk a town arid who will cooperate- L2it IVflllI nil i:Ti"jTS .W. "w nsistsfwi bbiiiiiiiibbW i under theauper- - J sm I & ''"' !XT " wl'b thtm In nmllns;helr utdcrtaklng "tffm aissoqfc ortthfJHeMan wagon laltaedeiicy of mESKm v Uunzlcker, a n liwlnc8t a BiicCMi. The sriooW ot nd forging and rwnisirM'Tm'tBiafwJlBg oh- - aasur In BsaWMMmxekttVAWMr .. nucky are jumiy Mmoue for fee reward IroajBounthssSBTOMi in g the factory mm i mm. r r n excellence T0U3 warehouses and (WiriR Ktr,iisEfka. fourdo- - proper I'ultcn- courty In thlsMfl) poses flnUhed and workyienn the trerat cr cxcelltngwMeti acJliBisc Wertance sbeddlngs, fetes brilrn iflffisTaiiiil iiinlV linflhtshed uatcrlal of every de- if In a great nicamre'tluc tc tbofAcfcMtot along the railway aid- - ,.-'", titchT8 aro selected with an oy, to BsBMydl III fclffmiiiTaifcf i&n JiiiUm - arrlnlfna ! MpPoffWetip lU. "fTjjrasws sntr?. ir xm. y fTnr bHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHK t ". . t JHkilllllllllllllllB .HBbIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIkbUPIH wiMaw"f WM' d Mrtfa t"' (Milxaicsrlste WrRmrr "-'"-J- "- im""! Jf -- ,JHUmt grit.m&mor. k 'M Clinton a first-clas- 1 ; !1wrimfMslsiiiiiiiiiiiiW ') Street, Decorated In alWot " wsr'stirlMrWithaa ...',. nHjjHHS'lv' j'-.llHrB- honor of Dowoy'a Victory at Manila. jraiffpnMid - tts&r. HHJWiHg, w JsH' stHsssHHRHIHsaP' hk. e PHRKlR4'' llMMefM.jUMKlinHr' nHMlM,tsMieteilMMblK'-; let ,iIWIWytaJrd iOmL S9. HI if JT.J K'WfL.HI BSilB rof iHr-lmijx- jw tar nHUf J mvuju :.." 9' uuH fUBl T (ra:t1fripi!lliMA'teLi8 i ' n JLia. vh dHR 1 -- ..- -. s, iim. . vragon at prices, as low or for this special line of trade. He makes s lower than many Inferior "brands that llfo Insuranco a specialty and represents find tholr, way to the trade through un- - thfi Mutual I.lfe of 'Now York, one of . (the strongest compaales dolBg.llfyjrt- euspcctlng dealers. Tho offlcers ot this fbncttn are M. magnllTunt nm of 21,- -, I A. Tyler pencrM laansdS; (frF. Bal.- - beyond whfch evidence Ita reliability!" r secretarywana .treasurer; v. Hoohn, superintendent of.m.fchlnodc- - They offer to patrons liberal policy conpartaeat, H. O. Bocktsan, superintend- - tracts and cheap rates. It Is hardly department; Oustar Hunilcker, supej- - necessary to mention that tho Mutual " zfclcer, superlBlendent of smithing de Life of New York heads the list of lnsur- ance companies In faroc that transacts partment, i In tho offlco of general maniger Mr. business In this section. Mr. Ellison Tyler succeeded Mr. C. H, Biltzer at their local agent for Hickman and ter- - '? 1S98. rltory surrounding, Is ono of our most ,he tlmo of his death,' July Prior to this time Mr. Tyler ncttd In t,ho popular young m?ri, a business man and capacity of assistant general manager. gentleman In every sense of the phrase. Mr. Tjjer Is alto president of the II. A. Hlb office Is located over the. Rice & Vr Tyler & Son bor factory, Hickman's Knylor's foot fitting palace In Clinton street. Parties desiring Insurance will second Important Industry. Mr. C. F.ljaltzer, socrotary and treas- find It to their lnteret to con urer of tho concern, Is a son of the form- sult with Mr. Ellison before entering er general manager. Ho hait charge of Into negotiations for Insurance. the office affairs, which Is conducted In a special building In close proximity with the mills, yards and factory build THE PAGE. WOVEN WIRE ings. To say that the town of HIel.sian FENCE. Is proud of this Industry, when upward TVia siiilttAt rf fAnrlntw la aiia n w a uv ruwjnw vviu(j nr vuu w aui JL of a hupored skilled mechanics flitl preme importance to every properi year round, Is Indeed ploctjg It holder. As to how many different kin ; (n very mild form. the market offers It is hard to tell, but ,. w ,.- agreement -- '' r. to ft ,, ci tin-lMil- - o 1 d - 'nl j'r-Us- ( 1HK riPPeWMK?" IBMHin? T.$Ft ?!IiBrothe7f wm: - )verthe.lvwlvQnK -"- - - J HH i.'Bni iK LIS . tK -- fl.l.l. allaYttr:" "-- ".t ..- 1 1 ,- 1 i.-c.-u -- ..,. !,. .,l Jyiyhte mtammaaamtmrnmrmamtmmf mmr?F'iaM.i.&Krm. ffiiigiiwifli mE!Jz$ffl - trrjK' iS bLbsVL anaxaa -- ""?' H 1 ' sBBWBPJo sBHBWWsiiiiiiBl K-f- - i i 1 cnuc-bren- ks g ,. - ,miaMw ninct-wnint- irt u, man-lfi!nU- IK-at- e ' " .... Ken-tuck- y, ll i". h - .. well-to-d- s. -i beau-rtfnctu- rlng l .- ' vl- !.,. d ' ... fu., busi-nte- Sa-dl- o. r I 11 jBa IpHBv IHIMkms cr d. 1 11 kSBBHffi WSBBssEmB sislElHS 1 hah WW!s w- 1 M-I. r,,nmijmEmmmm M i.t ft?- T ty I w;. 'v i - rM w? iS'i1'Vrt?ft.vi(vriNWWWif" y , j; .J.. ... r 7 r-r- -' A r "Ti - i ,' l.v ?h '. t ), :Vrri Jiif VV.'iM Uh mUmLlt i ."-- j fclintiatta $ tilU&Vffl - maxnm Jc . s ir ' i m - .. ii SP- - JL EDITION. jJ&SSSSSSBMBBjBJpBj4S3BM24Mtta.2?f7 HICKMAN ' COURIER-SPECI- AL Interior Vlow Borondos' Book Storo. M BERENDES & CO. Books and Stationery Borondos, Manager. Fred which disc harrows, disc breaking plows, disc cultivators, disc drills nnd minor Introductions of late Inventions ... . n Thrco yeira ago this business was founded, tho second institution of the kind to bo installed In tho city. Their storo Is one of tho attractions of Clinton street, and receives n patronagoln keeping with tho demands of i o .establishment. Their stock of first-clallter-aVur- genernl line of books arldpojllcals. School books nnd school - supplies nre special features, cataloguing as It does the entire list of the latest npproicd works for educational purin,,i ii,.i....i. pose Plain end fancy stationery of every character Is hete upresented tlue along with the usual array of similar material. They also deal extensively In novelty goods, cigars, tobacco, sporting goods, etc., fine lino of cutlery, wnll paler, etc.. In the latter their stock Is n reprerntatlon of beauty, being the offerings of tho latest introductions In pattern. It Is very extensive, offering every posslblo advantage to the cus- the congregation and marked In rrlce tomer to procure such paper as Is suit- to suit the pocket of till th.it desire a vehicle, A large warehouso In close able to their taste or demand. nrnxlmltv tn tlm mnln lmililitic- - la iidh,i of for tne lorago of vohlcles. Taking the commendable feature The most this house outside the nuallty of goods business In Its entirety It Is one of the they soli Is tho very low price they ask tnof,t interestirg In the city, lor car load on all representations. The burlness Is S Her- - by th(. flnc j,nc of under the management of Mr. vcnlcC9 mnkcg a endes, a gentleman well qualified for place worthy of a ilslt. The exceptionally low freight rates tho position he holds. He Is a native 1,lck.man f"nblp thta flim son of Fulton county, but has .pent the goods to i! consumer i greater part of his life throughout thejn ,ruch ,e?8 ,)rlce thnn s po..,b,e for ,or states, accepting no special line of work Intend town dealers, as the saving in !trJisportatIon charges represents a foi a livelihood. Returning to Hick- magnificent profit. man thrco years ago. he became associated with tho business he Is now Identiw fied with, nnd has mndo n splendid MISS LOU HARPER. very enter- FlnoMllllnory-Tshowing of Biiccess. He Is ho Elito Store prising, and ndvocates the Idea of push. of Hickman. In this An Illustration of his character In writing up a resume of Hickman direction is shown by his efforts to acpeople of Hickman by our work would be very incomplete if commodate the making an early nine mile drive to sup- we failed to mention the millinery busl- ness conducted by Mrs. Ixju Harper ply them with tho St Louis dally paTho Benumonde of Hickman, a palace pers. of fashion that the elite ladies nf Hlrfc maa and contiguous territory are loud ' in praise of the store is SANDERS & REEVES. contained in the 'ground floor rxm of the new, , . .. . . embraces n Urhers ami the woMd wldo famous McCormlck reape.s and rrowers. The McCormlck company have through the agency of Sanders & Ilceifs house, shipped from here to points that cover a radius of severnV hundred miles of Kentucky nnd Mho two neartiy states. It Is tin advan-- 1 Rago ofhr.,,Mhe farmers of this sectloi, 'of the country thai they cannot help but arpreolute, as It the king of all harvesting marhlnes, which Is no higher In price than thnt offer much less advantages. Their tohtcle stock repres'nts the products of gome of the foremost manufacturers of tho states, being perfect I in constriction containing the best of and finished In the most ix- QUislto stIo. Huggles, carriages phae-- i tons and carts of every description and suitatiie to overy domaud Ib found m .i. r;, z:: rr.... '",", rr, :: ": eng,;;8";;d i "' ... , y. IMIllIlD ! ho receiving SO per cent, of tho votes ff.nt niv iltrnti liuill fmiMt.. 11U mill n ! lll'Uill Up Is president of the Kentucky rast Tho long distance telephone la rift? Hisiriu IMucntlonal Association, In w t . h position ho has,' won high praise resented tit this storo, tho proprietors i r Ms KiiperluiMH In arousing being tho Hickman representatives. iMr. J. V. Cowglll was reared near art mthiiftlimn among teachers. In pr ae w nlks he Is admired for his pro Hickman. Nohlghcrtrlbutocnnbe-pnlgress o spirit, being keenly alive to the htm thnn to toy thnt ho I n gradunte needs of a growing town anil take nn of tho forum. In the year of 18G5 41 acic interest In anything calculated completed his literary education, grad- for tho good of the commutt y He Is tinting from tho University of Mltoufl7 of the Hieliies Men' Asi- - nig rnretr In business has been one. eif a. n an organization In which he steady advancement, and through fmi was m rumental In forming. Kllt habits has acquired goodl) portlotl - jof this world's goods. Ho Is a director In tho Hickman hank, and owns sonfe R. M. METHENY. laluabio real cstato In the city. Ho Is n number of tho school board and for. Donl or In Flsh-O- no Wliolosnlo elBhtyeare was president of that body, L. P. & W. S. Ellison's Trado Emporium. of tho largost handlors In iuu uiiicu buiiiu iwo years ago. tho South Is a member ot somo sevcrnl secrettr- - 't. i,trtllng exhibit In fnncy hnndker- - board of dlnctois Jum2;l. IVJO, to suc1 he fish business bns for a number cletles.iFrce Masons, Knight of Pythias ceed Mr AloMtlidct who had resigned cbiefH and neckw?ar and n finer selec i'f )"ar represented one of lllikinai.'s ami Knignts or Honor. n. Hon of kid gloves cannot be found In lug occupied by the firm Is n thief iudustrieti. nnd tbiough this chanThe nature of fnthcr and son are The counting rooms, of Hickman. On tho second Imposing brliK nel of fad(Uheprobabllttlc8aretbnt the lery similar, Roclablo nnd kind and de- - the 'own directly over tho dry goods depart-min- t. vaults and prliate otllco occupy the lloor town has leceivrd more attention nnd old of any ostentation. Mr. Cow gill, Jr.. In found n combination stock ground floor, which Is admirably apoi er a grentc scope of territory thnn attended the Kentucky military The fixom where nothing Id nmlsnln heaiy pointed for banking Intti- through any other business medium tuioianu mo ix)uisviiio and Cincinnati; domestics, carets and curtains and a tures that separate tho counting room Thousands of dullais is Inieslcd In the schools of pharmnry, and In social clr- millinery storo the chnrge of Miss 15. fiotu tho lobby are metropolitan Ii. iiiriiiMoc. iiutiMtitir ti iiivii iiiunc iiit' id. tiuu uv tnitit.ii rittinir iiiiiii. xin in HUnger. not surpassed in eleganco In -, roipect nnd will compare fax orabl) named d t.u.inoM. ami m u nmB thli section of the state Adjoining this with those that embellish tho latge K" """ " room Is nn apartment usod exclusively banking Institutions of our IrmlliiK "",ect Jc,,ah,p Mr,, John 8i. Dillon, a Hickman ouig for duplicate stock storage for all 'cn? ? iltlcs. lluilt In ,i corner of the counting ! .. ! 1. I n mnit ttrw nr I tin n'n t An list r l.i Clothing Is found tn loom la a perfectly fireproof vault the .,U"M""- wl.Mn . ' u K ., MI " " " cvuuiut'iii inivea iiiui risers is II. M. .ietho mlddlo room of the three ground shell of which protects a modern Hall ncral favorite In all circles, men, He Is a uteran In thplinaliif , lho flrm or cwk1 & cowglllJW floor It is n splendid representation iafe, eiuipped with dotlblo time locks, .. .m iriil ........... thllln la In tiiicuuuiiuu tepreseni ono ot mo uctt ...... Ilia ,...uu . i.i I A n li , in onreity. of n first class clothing storo, being re- tho whole arrangement securing treas" unit eastern states, ins supply or stocK ii plete with an endless line of exceptionure stored In tho li.mk from the attack is received pilnclpally from the Mlss- ally flna goods such as arc rarely con- - of elenientnl or human enemies , '. A. O. CARUTHERS The present extvutlio olllcers of the ,!S"'"' ,lv" at t!,ls P,nl- l,,e no1 In otcck outside of mammoth Uke ani1 tfco rlvm ot T?2 Roseau rant, Ino Confo g tores of the city l,r"l,",- Vlc" leaving this depart ,7 Hopur-- ncsf.ce .Mlssoui I mid Arknnsii Johnston, cashier co Croani rlor nnd ment, next In Importance Is the hard- - president. NV. H T T)ler. W C Johns- Dlrettors chases nothing but five fish, which nr- -Fountain. wj ro and grocery store Mr W S Kill- ton, C A Holcombe. Judge Joshua Nay- placed In large latticed boxes that exOto of the motft at'Tacthc and poft-- son presides ever tho destinies of this lor. W. U McCutchnn. J V Cow gill nnd tend out In the river from the dtxk or ular business houses li this city letflel idjunct and wo can say to his credit WMI "sadle receiving Btatlcn. The fish arc b) t'li? lone under review Mr A O. Caruthers Amburg. daughter of that titer" Is not n more pleasing sight In Mown Amburg Is bwikkeeper of the raetho"! of retention kept constantly inl Is tho proprietor and to whom much tho display of good,tobe found In Hick- 'tmrern. Her splendid clerical service pure, fresh water, making Ji out ofthe be given for tho spirit of man y Hverythlng Is a sheen of has won for her high admiration among to fill oiilerBifrbinsjtU&tlock. credit should ,., m uiriuenmBuicij-materlAt the packing house daiirtan be seen nnd nrtlstlcally arranged so as the otllclals of the bank. barrel nfter barrel of buffalo, cat. Ger- - man with so mo ronolltnn an appearing to hrlng Into piny a general decorative man carp drum or whltfTperch, trout or Institution Tho establishment Is lo- - appearance The largo French pinto F. E. CASE. L 3 glass show w In (low harmonizes tn beau, . ty with tho dr7 goods and el thlng rep Grocorios, Fruits and Confoc-tlon- s. 1 1 - .L.1.J .1 r lUlll 1Q wcnr 11 laud Imrdnrlng tho cltyi on the south, i The home anil Ilu tiiilreiiimetitii relents, the life of tontentnieni. being nug liy nil the luxuries that tho nren-eagvnry of moncyi can procure. Along with the. law and banking business he a share. of his, tlm to. Insurance, I...I ihn iiircnt at Ills ixihit torn num. Iter of old llnocoinpatilwi. among which he l'hocnix of Hurt ford nnd the North American for lire ntid'tho Mutual He tic fit of Newark New Jetse) In life, figure at the head Through hU iigenry In lift insurance uet IIM.i'OO has been paldou' in Hickman audi surrounding cour4r) The standing of Mr Tyler um n pioht stonal nrati ami bttsliiCM guide Is an iron rliut gusraiitet' .hut b) placing Insurant with hint invfltiH, the ler);bit of prtiKc tlmi The foiii.u4ts ho roprtsmtji i si lery llbernl xillclcs. granting ns mail) favors an btiMneiw rule will allow As a cltlieii wi Imie none lienor Hum H ' home, n cut of which Is bote, idiown. Is of gt'Otis anil the oier nssoclnllon in raw prices commiind atrado over n territory of many miles. IVrsonnlly Mr. lluch- ,,nn , ,rry genial unpretentious gen- tit man lie brum the credit of liming bet ti Instrumental In t.i Iiik tint louiuln-deiote- s Hon of numetous enterprises, tho pro- miners iiihiiik untie inn inn muik k... ed n knowli'il.'e of business to the exit tit ol haling nn tiudatintitl success mi their own nitotint III nil circles, so-- i inl nnd commercial he ktands at the highest rounds to the cause of each ever lining ,i noble work two-stor- y T T)Ier H. BUCHANAN. put-rose- ov-cr- y """"". ?..."'. - '""""' -. " ?'- ? - ?" " "" " "Jf .- Ono of Hickman's Most Excellent UuslnoHB Men. Few men hint' been morn elOM'Ij idt-J , .ZK j"., V. m m ClVr ri. mLlai tilted wltli the progress nnd tien-loirKninii tl.nn It Ilu- liiiiinn mclll nf ,ow ,mu, flM,nrf nwTf ', u, ,Mor of R(rrrKH A sketch of his cartvr forms tin inter enllng objivt lfcstm as to what tun In 'nccomplUhcd by Integrlt) and well li ttvteil effurts. Prior to tlm Itucption of the civil war be with a brothei was . . mm.M ,.... , Um,uiw , ,, ,,,,,. - ,,, BAPTIST CHURCH J. M. - Ky.. operating what . was ; term.,1 a WHITING. nd .,....... i'w .. !,.,.. brll-llan"- al -- i - 'IrlS.SK. "Jd,l'; METHENY'S FISH DEPOT. - b,nr'k oas crnnnie sun perch and rlier cated in CIIn:oc street salmon being pa ked for his trade, of Th w tilth epresente the ug Idly adapted "to. of the iOn .tnd , nar the roor -- i Ilegatdiecs f rarm iv.acnmory, implements (mnn i no uargesti. ana vonicios Dealers In Wo3t Kentucky .... makes It ani .. ,- -J I'&L V c , of an artful hand. A splendid typo of the progressive i In n firoclal house along tho side of 'the rallwa siding on Water Ftreet thej business man Is found ill thoiiTsonuf ' carry un extent-listock of building ma Fritz K. Case He is not only a man nf terial, such as lumlior, rough and drrsr-cd- . good ronservatlie 1iusIiich Ideas, but sash doors blinds, mouldings grill work, lime cement, rtc Tho firm also what Is known in oier) da) parlance as bears tho distinction of being the rep- a hustler Unentered Into buslne lure resentative grain buyers of the city Nov. 1, 1S79. and ) presiilr oier During i he past season they shipped one of tho neatest and mwt lnntirgas from hero over "SOOfl bushels of wheat and now lnv on hand several thousand well as one of the largest remit eMab bushels of corn ready to be marketed llshments of the ri'.) He im. opus In Mr. U P. Clllson. the senior memlier Cwn building a splendid I imokod ln r,rn.eral ,hP f'ck. with ire, ftont. that r..e. i i, entire business nnd Is fne ,on att r streets Ilu no k ..I of the mi.st progressive men within the gootls rmbraces prart l allx lervt.ng Ho Is the ,ronflncs of Hickman dent of tho Ilnslness Men'w Association that can be found In a gr.xrx tittab and represent, the city ln the council MgMmKlt ani, n,WK., w((t ,ht.m u.e He has for twelve years been In business rl "' on his own vcount. establishing with ,r,rrs ,h,,t Mr ( nsi Mr. C. C, Smith, styling the tlrm Smith magnlllrent itronnge & Klllson Prior to this they were each ' gentlcn.au that hn lit clou a"ntioit brothers In clerk service In the house i.. ..i,....i i,i of II. Ilitchnnnn Their rnngcnlallty , . , - methods of bttslne, brought "nam,al Haj- "' ,"s rnd hilf eff.. heg i to thc.r oor a splendid trade and by sessej, wasacqulrcd (fnigal hnb.t they rapidly climbed up jr.lngthobattleof lift nn orpbnr t wth me uontr"! progress sir htnitnuis- - a ai)J , ne,K1 Mo.k of ,r1f ,w,tt.i n inn nini. jrar null since Jan 1 IS3S, the name has Ills generous traits of larater hair as shown In head lines In the been detrimental to his ewn ncmimt been conduct nf the buslncsr Mrs Clari the benefits of which he reeied etirly Thomas, Fred Pierce T J Malo-- e In buslncM deiillng, nnd In iie loss t Charles Parh.tm, W 0 I.ustennnd H credit of friends he fotnd gains that y El.lson, a brother of tho prvf s V . -- lit during end In aid In clerk much plhjtecl Mm over wvrownlng P '!' liu c' acer I e resentations, displaying the dexterlt) wholenlo supply store tor boats. He Grocorios, Quoonswaro, Glaus-waroadlrcontluued butlnesi at the beginning Shelf Hardware. !0f tho war nnd etilNted In the cause of No tiamn in this section of thecountr) !".e coflerary Hls tlrst semco was Is more fHtorabl) or tuttfe-MUknown ln,,fr " roniniaiitl of Col llionws tha- Witting For more tlmn four In tho brlgmlo iniiimnm'ctl b Hunt. with the It bus '.Hvm jonn - Urtrkenrldge At tho close of hiM!ms of HirkiimnItSsnlltlrtt eitrlxrn ami has j un,n ,,rotl. forenw)t In oil that pertain "le puh" o wftf ,U flnrc lent of mixed uncertain!) Ills norlill) tho town for word The gentleman faioreil whoo name cnpllon thin article has iostessloitn. of which be w ere lho strife linil wafttnl Rwny before Lnlncti IS9I lien engngetl In merrtintll- 'the maddened gale ot fate, lenvlng him Ing He Is a Kir. of John Wilting. without siibsi.iiiro saiea teiintloussplr- - rKlred tuervhnnt He. wHh the It that destitution hvl no power to govjmrrhascd tie of Mr ern biiKtness f M father Later he gained 111 the irur of ISi.'i be lame tn Hlrk ti'tre ixminil h) pun basing I be port 'i nn tn ar, rpi r pim'lnn t clerk In tl nrct haH slue conthicetl ner it ' ly ' ,,,,., ltrin .... pre-M- ..... nn . ,i.. '" "'""' r,,,al w, Wr--ABUCHANAN'S r 1..M) nlune-- ) t a man with win. in It was arttialntetl His powettsions ni thetimr he began work in this store w,g l 5f st-i- m STORE own nf I general Millet ihenn'j irh-tor- se-tk- d ',", I" iifi mi f ttt) ir km . armuc He oixi k 'g tua M Hirr thing ' gntMiit srnes s iiruk hlni- - ) as well Mt qtlfin- s m.irkix (kjwtr jn lln-- r itTin uodr paiuStuuiaa Tho year W.u ou3 puu addwl lotho gTowlng list which in town of Hickman now has to Its credit It was that entitled the Sanders & uaetiinerv H.ill nndwasestab- by B. H. Sanders nnd K. K. Ueeves. llshtd two of Fulton county's highly resrected and popular business men, who for many j ears past have- been Identified with the .. t cmt nf c irw B.nopuiaoCTB oqi ruoij noj(jnuoj j Tv:a ut aatrjjnj tiiisqo nuo (po,S3Jan asorrx ivjopoiJ3d3aoic joj uoijbxbj tnoj;i ly ipinT e idraaxa uiever conforms with New in.." "tut Paris latest Introductions, Her store is a veruauie oeenive oi oeauiy, one - ...- - n Justices material Interest. Mr. ders has for tho sixteen yenrs interest- ed himself In tho mercantile life of Hick- mm, ami 1r numbered among her arrnj of most progressive citizens, lie u a member of the city council. Is a trustee the Hickman college and takes active Interest ln the business men's associa tion, being also a member of that organization. Questions of public nature he weighs carefully, his expression always being In llne,of conservatism. Yet liberal to n marked degree In the support of keeping step with the progressive age. In business he has been eminently successful, his eiery undirtak-In- g portiaylng a rulliig hand of a successful business man. Mr. Reeves, prior to engaging In bust ness hero, was associated with the Wal-- , ter A. Wood Harvesting Machine Com- pany, and later wl;h the McCormlck company. He Is an expert machinist and brings to tho firm of Sai.ders & Ueeves a mind well fraught with all minute technicalities thnt areosseclatcd of farm Implements and complicated San-,ow- ' Miitv. i,r of thl8 COmmunlty tlon for Tor a period of nine years Mrs. Har per has been associated with the mil Hnery trade of Hickman. Tor two years sho has been In business on her account- Her gpiendld tolent as jn milliner and liberal business ideas have not gone without reward and the facie sne enjoys is second 10 no esiao lament nf the kind in west Kentucky. nrt,atH in miinPrv assist Mrs. Jn the conduct of the business. I.Hlle Wall, late of Atlanta, Oa.. and Mlsi Mabclle Goalder. - laes .W wwasao ua .,.,,, magnificent ladTes and well merit their splendid patron- house9 nge. a?rair,nr " D. E. WILSON. Tho School perlntendont of Fulton Multi-Popul- ar Su- - County, Although this business bus machinery. been established Icmi than a year, It has already taken a place among the leading business representations which warrants tho prediction that within a very short whllo it will huvo grown to greater proportions. The energetic methods of its proprietor having demonstrated the fact that It fills a place of Importance a supplying tho necessities of Hie farming population of a large section of Western Kentucky, Tennessee and ICnstern Misy souri. Tho building occupied is n structure built especially for the business It does homage. It Is a hhect steel building, Imitation pressed brick. Its dimensions are 40x80 feet, and Is divided into two compart merits, one anforbug- swering as oihee nnd gles, while the other Is a machinery ni.d hall containing everything known to ihe nrtofagri itlture among one-stor- I liiPPWM'fc"'iii.' '- - HjkiiiiiS)UrM23MiKBkiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK The subject of this skolch was born In Hickman ln the year of ISG7. Ills early literary training was received ln the He began life's work Hickman school as an educator, follow Ing the avocation where he eil of public Bchoolte-achlndenced a deep Interest ln educational work In the year of lsgshewaseleeted to the otlce of county nchool wiperln-enden- t, a portion he haft filled with great cretMt. Ujion the ability witii which our school t) stern Is managed dt u the perpetuity ot our popular government, the permanency of our in Btitutlons and the preservation of our social and political autonomy. Thedeep intere-- t Mr. Wilson has taken 1n school work manifests the fact that ho l eier iftrlvlng to nccompHsh the most good for the general welfare by placing lhe schools of tho county upon tho most approved basis contemplated1 by our Kmlak View modern methods of instruction nnd discipline and In hte laudable enterprise he Cowglll & Cowglll, Soda Fountain. has received tho hearty support' and cooperation of Fulton county's progressThey carry no of tho brightest and ive teachers. nn ex- teatest stock of drugs In the town of Mr Wilson' popularity, and grow over thcli emplification of how well the public Hickman. No cobwebs No stale goods mlnglo with shelves. appreeia'itj efikienc), ltdiustr)' and to thelr wires. They are active, wide delity It. khown In his heollliebj publie voice at last election awake business men, In touch with the times. Their large stock comprises a tomplito line of staple drugs and all fancy druggists' supplies, paints, stationery, holiday novelties, rubber goods nf all kinds, cigars, tobacco, nnd light po-.d- ffne seemed m fnv.u Iilm at s)Ttematc dealing will permit. ami tak- Ile Is nne of our iiv ti, nntrtlie nf etoiuuni Ing tn.o mnsli.eratlon lint lie peniinV...L- ffin uu uie '" I'r; " he looks after the wants of customer. ...n.u..t of his ,l HICKMAN DANK. "..'i'Vr' Cl"lf "o the art of cicry Kuarantee u. warrant in uhi.b were- later Imested in A Magnificent Financial Inst- til IIIO IUSIIITH .iru n .iFpmiii'iuii aiiu ......-. .:lor.s. rtltfd 11! store ijXv From time & splendid "K Ju .n .,,.nfi f th.. l,M.lr. rcprewntatlie itutionCapital stock $50,000 Fred Case, a son assist in h store ' in the sliow cases ndjolnlng are the I . a . UT"" .. -contatnetl In a brick bulldlrg and U Surplus $12,000. Undlvklotl He Is u very bright voung man nf luisl to time as rirrumstancK would permit Jt20xS0 feet In iMiiKiw'.on. 'he Ptock Is j8 a member of numerous secret socle- lmo nf mntiM nnrt raVt in. which tics me causes oi w men noiseverreany Profits $4,000- - R. T. Tylor. ness like demeanor and in enetg) Is a he would ptirrha'o more stock until convenlea- ly nrragri ami t a fair rr the houso to noted 'or high production eientimlly he was stile proprietor of the U C II II l(1., u V H u, Prosldont; W. C. Johnson, chip of the old blotk received dally nnd rep of a general store When Georg I. nnd Henry M . nre associated Krrsh brena ) Is rated as one of roneern nnd Cashier. gnt!w nnd ctotblBK are exclutld resented along with the fine line or as assistants ln the business wealthiest men In Fulton county dry the pastTy goods. It Is also headquarters for Tho samo conservatism that characgroceries Is th chtef representatkin utl R. T. TYLER. Ho has closely Identified hlliisWf with cigars and tobacco and smokers terizes tho town of Hickman Is exem nmlinices ware tlml only nsstvkitowlih every character of public enterprise He Attornoy at Law. COWGILL & COWGILL. A pplcnd d Imported and domestic good. ti plified In the history and management A I gnK'er) More ami a strictly Among the men whom Fulton county Is now prefident of the Farmers' Druggists. best to be had ir. the market, romprlte of her oldest financial Institution rock of glassware, queensware nnd iiistltu-IneKMcrchints' National lh.uk. an The central apartment of light hardware Is aho ven In Htick The hank was Incorporated In theyrr-- r has produced an.V sent forth Into hiu- Next to our family physician Is our the :ock Insin.mcnial-Etilshelife, none have won a more dlstln- - .'"on fo,ln'1,', through his par- of 1S8C, with Its present capital stork. Mr Witting lie a typical repr nernatli e Ia,n wtiuau.tr a.iu in- - the store represents the Ice rrem "ruggi" dire-to- rs he nK of the a succe, than the snblect of this ot the )xiungtT element of buslneM m n fitted up with r.0,000. with K. T Tyler, president, and supply of knowledge of old lor. It is exhaustible He was for a elected president nne oak tables and choirs, the walls be-- It. I Alexander, cashier, loiter Mr nrttrtn Ha IiiM a en.1 Btrnni? fniim'n. H l enterprlHlng In spirit nnd reniHI) time reminlies and his pleasant and af- ,ne uccora.eeli with pleasing pictures Tyler was fcticceeded by H Iluchanan as lion tn the whooln of his home count) number of )enrn a stockholder In the nsisjits as IIImtvI as Is consistent any make him an IndlFrensn- faill0 mannPr, la r gradniateil from the Kentucky Hickman Nntlonal llnnk, nnd hold the movement that ciiriilnJeH to place Hirk hie article A reliable and substantial tnat ass!M ,tt P'lcing tho general tf- - president, and Mr W C Johnston was and Mill'ar) institute He wan admitted ' tilllre of i lie president and president In iimn to the front He Is a home "In) brlHIanc) of Electric Ughtaand elected to the office of cashier by the Cowg.,1 DmgCo. I' firm Is the Cowg.,1 In tint Institution. The Huehnnan blcxk. and Iscntltlnl to lhe faiorhehaninrl so fans add to the comforts as well aa In all clrclen. which was established some twenty-fiv- e wliii h is shown In this eilltlon. mercautllo punmiu a nit rial ami eoiiiiiierclal, ho standit years ago by J. V Cowglll, the senior beauty, making it tho place ot all places s mc nf the most commanding of the high Wo a member of the llunlncss - of the kind In the town of Hickman. A member. In the )earof 1S90H. N Cow. tv rti- - corner and adjoining bust-rt't- s Men'H Ascoctitlon. an organization ImI general restaurant business is a o congill, a son of tho senior member, was rums nre used In the ondurt of Is tkolng much to built) up 'he town 'almltteri tc, 'the firm, styling It Cow gill ducted, mealp or short orders are served lliitbgnatl l ht burnt" w. nvcr wlilrli Mr ln the be-- of st)le evidencing the fact & Cowglll The Junior member has been Mtpcrlntendft. and mUht I rstui.'il F. C. WARD A. CO. that an able chef is In attendance. practlcnlly speaking raised up In tho be pn perl termed a Rrnernl mpply Mr. Co.ru hers hsu bevn engaged !u ditig store It las been hlsttendy diet Wholosalo Doalors In Fish. satioti ar the stock of good einbrnces business here, for eighteen months ard since boyhood consequently like the heia prni'iiaMi ei er) thing neetlfiil lonrom-i- r I Among tho I millers nf fish from this within tha.t time built up a father is a druggist well worths of thf splendid business short unit) The store Is classified and point Is the firm of P C Wnrd A Co Mr Perry Jones Is liiiiiiiiiiiiW vWjinnlV . I &H t& 3iiiiVUiiHMiijiHK9 ' appellation Tho torner They deal nenrly oxelusliely In diet Heel 't' two connected with the housein 'hecapacby r.ttitti i nttil7ed for dry goods, shoett, Foot Ijike product, ruiiMtuently tho of clerk fwlu,x iiiiiiiiiiiiiiHr 'liHJiJB v inthing iintleirs, etc, whllo thondjac-- e most of their handling Is of the gntne Mr Caruthers has, b) h: spltrd:d pi r.it tn i aters to everv demand of gn- - rpo leg. principally black bass or trout, ralttt of charac er, made lo fxlent'e ery nnd hardware stink Anarcltwii) nml M'lernl other grades, such as the n Hlckmunnnd that he will iir-- e greater! near tho Water Mreet entrant o foiins a Inko affords, also finds their way tomnr- success in trado Is virtually urtd lonnottlun of the two riKims. ungmciit- - ket through thin film The) differ snmtr-wha- t li g the wriico In each. The second Moors from other dealers her", as they L. P. & W. S. ELLISON eif the building rironlrorcprcM'ntrtl with are fishermen, nnd bain regularl) iiierrhnndlse showing to ndiantage a men to look rfter the nets, traps. Dry Goods, Clothing, MlllinorV, , rmgnlfi ent stock of ilolhil'g carpe's IncH and ither numeioils tlences rm-- l w u hll ASX4TT (.IJ trunks e't The s'ore Is oinbln In j id to i apt tire the finny tribeBuyers and Shippors rou nniZmtmmr7T,Tn '".:V"T.i 5 jynifr- - hr.nd of fo i' B51 "t!?i Wkft .!. 7TT"'." WW ay --r i " "'"' uu - mj V V' C lo-da- sup-pil- e, '' Mimp-notisl- of ir) j ' '! Ki itHnKwHna I of Grain. mmMmmMmm Resldonco of R.,T. Tylor, Proaltlont Hlckmnn Dank, em-pli)- il 1 - lire of confections ivIsiHHiiiiiiiiiiiDBiBliHiiiiiiiB rK'ii'fiOlWiiwCTt HiiiiBiBHBVBiiiiBBiiKBBHV'IKiiHiV'vr iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVEiiiiiHHkiBlflHWiH9K4iiiiiiB' w n r :i ' &$? In connection with tho drug trade they pe. ate one of the finest soda fountains It Is represented at the in Kentucky. Itn-- uil counter of tho establishment, iliately to the right of Clinton street iitiranee. However, It Is not thomag-- i ifltent fountain, tho beautiful marble slab counter, neir the finely polished appurtenances jointly associated with tho fntintnln, augmenting It In service, that presents the magnetic chnrm, that is renptinslblo for the concourse of cus tomers that dally visit lho counter, but n SANDERS & REEVES. tho delicious refreshments, comprising tho entire Hot of temperate conroitlonc, It is' not uncommon to notu lender In one specljl lino of traife Mr Iluchanan had also tendered h's but It is a raro occasion that a town tile leslgnatton ns president, nnd Mr. size of Hickman affords a firm thtt was to the position. This ranks as leader ln man) lfncw. stltutlon has from Us birth flourished Hiich, hoAtver, la the ense of the firm like a green bay tree lt has passed review, who without a single ex- - scathed through tho vicissitudes of teption heads tho list of the colt.sstl financial stormr. nnd stands today as retail estauiisiimtntB of Fulton county 'strong as the adamantine rock3 of (llb- A hroader knowledgo may bo ginned rnltar. Tho splendid llnnnclnl condl- of lt9 Importance from the fa. t four tlon of thU correlation may be judged business tooraa, asslstul b ., from the fact that It htm on hand a sum iaTc nrehouse, are utilized to a. cm- - equal to more than 30 per cent of the modato their mammoth stork. Their rnpltnl stock that represents, an undiImmense llnu of bright, clean and alto- vided profit nnd surplus. A general bnnk-n- g gether up to date goods would giaie the biiKlness Is engaged In, the average fchelvos of any similar Institution of deposits being over $100,000, subject to a pretention city and claim attention check. Its eorrespondents nro the ' of ati) trade In the metropolis Union Nntlonal, Louisville, Ky.; AmerTheir atock evldtncrs the fait that ican National, Nashville Tenn.; they have endeavorid to keep up with Alextintkr & Co., Now York, N. the Utiles, and b) their Alfnble nunneis Y.; Frnnklln Hank, St. LeiuU. Mo, The nnd ncociiiinodatlng method of lining conservative manner In which the busl- btislneffl have drawn the hist class of in'fcs affairs of tho bank nro managed uiHtumers Hlckmnn nnd vicinity affords. the splendid iinrnrter of Its cxecutlie Their ono aim and object Is to pleaso oifleers, together with tho financial nnd satisfy tho public elemnmU and In standing, tho lesponslblllty and numthla they are successful, ns their grati- ber of olllcers and stockholders mnkes fying trade tstlfle s. While their ste ks It a faiorlte with tho public. I!ii8ln.s of goods nro exceedingly nobby. )et their men nnd Its ai my of depositors are ImprlceH are not only renMinnble, but bued with a feeling of eonfldenco as to low. Taking the dry goods Hh future und look upon It ns being as tlepartmtnt wo find on tho counters ill solid as any Institution of tho kind In tho latest effects In dresa goods, both tho btnto. rnei nome or mo tianK on ifctnple nnd noieltles, Tho most recent Clinton street Is In keeping with tho l'attcrns In silk and all dress trimmings, character of tho Institution. The build jfcLJBfc W Tyr tho liar and llcet.if-- to practice in nil the courts of the Mate in the )nr nf 1871 Shorty thereafter he move to the old houiBtend and took charge of the farm and for several jears wnt Identl fled with agricultural pursuits illwnn tinning to remimc the avocation of hi chosen profession llldiibillt) asalaw yer and business mnn hn crowned his efforts with phenomenal success plat Ing him In the fron ranks of his pro fcMdon nndi recognized iih one ef the most coiMwrvntiio until mfe businer men of thetounty Asacrlmimillnwyer ho easily ranks with the beM antllt Is a noteworthy fact that he hns neier been nhoclatedi wl h iirosecutlon, save a em glo cane where complicated clrctim star.cca forced his wrvno In Hint He In ever willing to tlefend, but declined to be connected. In any way with prosecution. Ills ability- - nn a litis- IncssmniiltishowTilii'thoapIcndldifinanclal house the Hlckmnn bank, of which la president. TlioBuck of thlsfitlit-- , clary kiMltutloni la worth $1 CO ami not a single dollar's worth for rale Mr Tyler Is a very unassuming gentlenwn with an Irrepronchnble character, sym- In nature, u man nmoiig men Is imbued with a tirouresHlve snlrlt . . . .. no way.. nmi iioh tiino . . tie., ,n huuiiiiik "ip iiitimiuii. mn iw,.,.,,,,, home, a cut of which Is hero Htieiwn, Is acre tract of eltuatod on a twonty-flv- o ililrce-tlo- t iKi ' wmwmA SiBLJiBBBBBTiBBBBI A Jm 'IBBBBBBBBBll ErliBBBBBBBBBBBBiBBBIiBBrrHjBlBBBBBBBBBBn l.a-the- Tho Homo of C. E. Rico. jointly representing n wholesale and re Mr Wnrd Is a leteran In tho fish having been for )cirH engnged tnd establishment. In tho larlous departments a corps of In that pursuit. Ho has chnrgo of the nbln leprcsontntlvcs nre found, iiiiiii-h- o buslntwt nt the Inko and also looks nfter berlng tiinnng the list ,irn Miss l.izzle i iitcrcantllo ehtablishmriit opetated by (lordan, charge eif mlllliiery; I'. I) tho toiupany. Tho heiidquurters nnd urncr. bookkeeper; T I' Marshall. John mnlii olilie of the concern Is locnle'tl here nnd Is presided over lij l.edfonl & ,l!,," one of our most enterprising Mr ins Mr. Marshall Is i'i'i Mr. U'llfoiil looks nfter the business gods nnd clothing ileieirtinent Mr principally A private telephono gun acts In the rnineinparlty In thegro-llcimnetls their business hero with eery and hardware department In the of this Hill r ml til liilnliuna Hint of tho Inko, facilitating the firm r,cUmnl, cortalll,y ,; V.st renson to to fill nrdera on veiy short notice, aril r....i .mini ... it iminnnf n wrv few tni.n .lho btislnchs the) transact Is euoruious. T1'''0 n1 niunliers are Ward, lepreBentedlntowiiDthathnvonoclalm to tho term city. Tho mammoth slacks nml ""Bkers. '"TV' Hog-ger- s, ......... n ser-vlc- .i s JWPfiSGT5 HI II lt" IMI5i WltSi -- IL. sail . BWMHWWWWIi i. ijJW - i j fwjP1 T. HICKMAN COURIER SPECIAL EDITION. t -1, enen,l,1nr...l I... n t,l.- and progress, Mr, Swnymo still nilhcrcn It f ambition litis become n factor of totnnklnKpreticrlptiem filling a spoclaM)-nm- l tio llulo Import. It Is tloulitful If there Is another avaaUsffiHt i Dr. Davidson was bnm and 'roared drug concern la West Kentucky thai Dyer. (llbson comity, Twin. Ho resolves a morn liberal patronage In took up elotitnl tinly n the yrnr of this direction. Pcrsouilly ho Ik a virvi 1S8I, beginning in the nillce irf bin nffnlilo gointleiiinn, oimj calculated u brerther. I)r 11. T. Davidson, nt Dyer, make am) rotnln the fdcntlahlp with nil iiinnterliigaho minor dotnllH ho soon af- - whom he comes In rontnet. Ho taken lor engaged In dental practice. Ily close 'much Interest In thsfuturo posslbllltlen nppllintloti to hbi asslgninwits and tho "f Hickman nt.t Is ever found In tho can fill observance of Instnictlons out ranks of thoae who aielst any laudabln nml by bis educator, ho raplilly nil- - moorrtciit cnlciilnted to bo to tlio allied tn a skillful dentist, and a good Interest Aa u business man Hickman As proficient as he may havo poMscnoniiioropopiilnroroninoro as em a college Kradiiate and JoservInB of favor, ih. public rating of his ability was far in inhume of bis own confidence. h WILSON'S CASH BOOK ib of 1SD0 found him STORE. a h ml. nt in tho famoiiH V.inclerbitt In tho possession of Wilton's book I n cif N'nslivllle. Twin Two siorci, llirkmii can boast ol a merenn t'.im in'i r be graduated and once more l do bouse ciii,il In selection nml varlet) i amiInici tbi llild of practice lie has of general sioi k with that of tiny house C. II. HUBBARD, M D. rur ililitnu enrs, priictlcally speaking. Ono of lllckmnn's Most Splen- Iicon c'liiiiiieratel in thu list of Hickman of tho kind in West Kentucky. It has foi a period of eight jenrs occupied n did CltlOIIH. business men Ills first Introduction liomlnetit plnco In the commercial n Imni 'n I m I I r lliilittaril Hi (isstKtatlcHi with her lifo In this and iciiulpment of our city, oot keeping up Mi' ii a hiii 'tlnvtloti wa when Hickman burg, Mass lies 21 1(4.11! with the demands and rccjulrcmcuta of THE BATTLE SHIP "KENTUCKY." of tholntev llov Lin lienor lluhbnnl who unci cif several towtiH of a cirpoptilaco. They naturally Hcttled here In JJ3D. sine vv hlch MR' tlir cuit Uiat ho riimlo nnuually In an Itln an high school, Illploy, Tenn., when four a trado bollttlng to their en- WAR AND COMMERCE. HICKMAN COLLEGE. pinna of Uulitiaril Iiiih Inset IdpntllVd eiate practice Concliidlni; to found 'licelve (THE HAND OF FRIENDSHIP THE MEDAL OF HONOR. nore yeais of school service was plnced They mako their stoie IdeaMiriuents. with tlm town of lllrkmnn In lirrrom a permanent business bo selected Hick The Hickman college building a mas- to his credit. Tho Milnn high school, vc me tb. hand that I. warm. remlczMiii-- for cmtjiIiIhr In the hook ,. I tlrre. Are Home of the W'nys In Which sive pile of brick and stone, mnjcttlcal-l- y Milan, lm imuil Dr Htibbniel limn It l..,ln " l.l nierelal an;! roclal life " "" "' Tenn.. was tho next In order to ' '"",K "" ,,t.. aMde from books nml tho IcUmg Vein Mar Oft It. kind and ready ; No matter what elisiwsltlon Is mado Sr., In a graduate of the Jeijerson itied promislng town f a number of which erownB the greatest environs of the Lo benefited by his service, concluding ,,., of tho l'liilippiue hlainls, nJWI, Ufy Of all elecorntlons in tho gift of tho city, it is safu to Give mc the hand that is calm, true rhcio It stands Impastive to the his association1, with this school after linl college. Philadelphia. I 'a However ho was peraomilly ac.ua1nled. I hut j mmU(i I)pk ()f ,1()oltlps United States government thcro Is ono flight iat fl)n. say that tho L'ulteil States will not fail nn.i- ,tPq,iv . of time, Imposing and rllent, an an elapso of three years, and at the , ho illil not apply hlinrelf to actual prnr i'ib juiigment s'Tveit nun rirm isiuui! tho very thought of which rouses a connrru'tlrnllv nrirvf tilntr flns.lflr! to tiho them for tho advaiiccine lit of our tlcea very groat length of time, retiring .nueo hi uie one practice no cnjc.y. ,(l )me, prmltct cms It would be use coiuiuercinl intiTchts. This government vcme the the hand that will never suming flro in your heart. Isn't thcro? auxiliary to a noblo work, a work that time of accepting a position with the fiom ni'ilrliil arltre vocation lomo lev- - aim hs consiMntiy increiismg auiiuue less It is tho medal of bonor. Tboo nro time ltsilf cannot efface It says to the Hickman colleges. Tho faculty of this ciiiiiint fail to hco tho iinportnnco of tho deceive me ; . endeavor to numerate) the illffei somo of tho wayB In which you may vorld, wl'bln these wallatof mine the school presents a congress oof talendld oral )earango A son Joseph McCoihh II lleing a classical scholnr, and n gradu Menu ns a uiifo tor tno expansion or r iwjnc - cot the grasp that I may'bcreprentiuioiiH as It would recpnre our market in tho orient Neither will llr.ws of youthhood is trained, to share! .talent, and their material worth 'fa of it Hubbard, In tmw a tooling practicing nto of the eoiiUi'b imrst noted school I ever.tl iiluinns of space and sllll fall It fail to iiutc tho recent ncKrcnsiou? ,fOM lievoltliee. Carry your wounded colonel or cap-- j your responsibility. It sajg to society, physician of Hickman lir Hubhutri ,Acmld lit most r.irt satlsf) tho nmbl Incalculable lo 1 bort uf Us jniipoKC to ncnualn1 e,ne Ktiglnnit. J'niuce, Gcniiaiiy ami Japan .tain or conivado off tho field of battle jour sacred advocation is mj funda- Those Ktlisfthc palm of the t Sr., po resides tn n beautiful homo li. lion ot the nvcr.in" thinking man who are associated with Prof. with ill Ir i jilcii'llil lino uf waies in the cllrcvtii'ti eif tbo nniulrciiH-u- t ot h W..J . mental law, and through Its endowment Cheek are as below: Miss Anna Shar- the city onvlroiitHl b) nil the comfort Is not so wltli Dr. Divldson It sex'm """'u" I greater commercial ndvautag in China, uioeo tnai urinK rrom my naruored cup ' on, seventh nnd eighth grades; Miss lis farm, tbo old tn bo his lnuatp doslro to excotl II. nml luxurl-- of lit". Tho civilizing forces of tho next cut Ilard is the hand of the rough, of knowledge goes forth from my doors Hattle Wilson, fifth and sixth grades; of cnnii'rv lioimiifivj two and ono-hnml let from is as clewe a student y tury nro certain to reach farther into sturdy ploughman j wen ntteei ror tne iiigiier walks of life. Miss Lou namage, fourth tjrade; Miss tho interior of this vaht empire, nnd lliu clt). In oue of the must beautiful tn ns when preparing to make It a i Pa,m or hari1 nnd- -it matters. vv hero civilisation goes tho wants and,Soft ;iti'iu It stands there unostentatiously defying Mattle DcBow, Fecond and third grades; tlm county. This I clergymen's retreat fcssloti Ily so doing ho is not never necessities of man aru increased Amer-- j the savage stormc of decajing vears, a Miss Dora Smith, first grade: MfasKeeta a nnino gnen It b ItovHubbnrd. who 111 now tdcnB, brought forth l m ieu lea must 1 in n. position to havonsharo Give mc the grasp that is friendly HI ollln- beacon to mankind, an object lesson of Johnson, elocutionist; Miss C. Delia colont.il In ttflc rrscanli 'built tho line ctil homes-tendin supplying these wants. There is nl architecture. In tb rear or 1S. It l nro found In ibo second lhxr nf h its teachings. Harter, music. In ejvery department the ready a decided elemand for American! forever. repair No .hanges CeJWglll & Oowglll drug stnre lm d cig kept In For the past four years the Hickman watchword la thoroughness. The only goods in tho eniit. It is but a question Give me the hand that is true to a collego has experienced a wonderful re- avenue for the student to pass along art allow til to be made that would in fw splendid moms and la r,i iry of time when America will find in brother ! rtic I China tho greatest market on tho globe' -- ,. any i) alterato tln original dclgn facing eTHniem street are uniize-cuperation, each year, in regular order tho lino of promotion, is to become mas. . the hand that has harmed fur her breaiMiiiTs nml ntlicr fml nmeb "ive-mtn showing a better percentage of attend- ter of tho under studies, the reward of southern parlors arc i'!gantlv furmsiuo It la n typlnl I nets. not another; homo, a curio ,u Its general design, and lloor Is covered with hetiv) brnmn ance, and a greater number of gradu- merit, that awaltathe student on comIf wo uso tho fortunes of war to onr Give mc the hand that has never It 1 carpet ates. It Is our pleasure to give I'rof. J. pleting a full scholastic course ln this a& plcturtiut as tt Is Interesting AntliUi.ik elrcvsers asc-highest commercial advantage, tho bo - . j b in C Cheek and bis ablo corps of assistant splendid school is the enrollment of f n framn one and stories high, and roll top olllee desk, along ginning of tho next tentury will find Jforesworn it ; imp e tetcbors, tho credit for Its high excel- his or her name as an honorary member with n broad patch extending neroMthe holatereil chairs ami dh.in our trado supremo in tho orirnt, the Give me the'the hand that I may J t . I.... .1... l n lence. The placing of Prof. Cheek at of the Hickman collego alumni associrntlro front Heavy wood column sup-pu- Uio furnlturo repreentatlnn y,ui mi uejm-iiiiiu aiiiujteiii w.i uuua iniiore It tho South American ropublich.- - Chlca- - 3B tho liead of this Institution was a for- ation, a social organization with none the porch roof adding grace to Its parlor proper Hie oiM'ratmj; mm iLovely the palm of the d go Times-HeralThe Interior U an eeiuaily ns elegatltl) furnish. ! w i tunate circumstance, ns the splendid re- eligible to membership savo graduates. ancient crandi-u- r i; a Interesting as tho exterior la unique tho addition :l 3ne auioinatu sults testify. He is a thorougli schol-ar- y Through this association life's happy S,f? NO DANGER IN CUBA. gentleman, and has Instilled a con- school day dream Is perpetuated. Long 1 horoomsar arranged so as to give fine ctmirs. and tho largo line of cii o i i lugiy me nar.ct ot me workman o'er fidence and respect in tho mlnda of his after, when tho step is less elastic, and ventilation and comfort, the ceilings ae iippllniires, nil showing the ndxn ft lailen; VVV.t In.llan Think. Soldlrra mt Bat Tlili the eye Is dimmed by the hurried flight 1 af toclates, harmonizing tho atiier low and they ar cellrsl with toft tho Intent Introductions, making th tu ett Camp lllark. Lovely or ugly it matters not parlors witl-rcmodern In every rew'iei t A t arrow rcinl clr-rllumberthrotighout of all, for tho evolution of education. of years, when tho dark month of night Having spent much time in Cuba, a the promlnentl dlstlard fow facts from mo may help somebody. "Jiiever Tho tttvoratory adjolna tho opetatlng Among mtatrway lenrtu train l lie main ball He Is rigid In his school training, kind, cast deep shadow b on long ago, the dotage of old age will fad away before the story aboie that reprenwua room, and Is tho scene of Ingeniitt) n simk We eou'd i.e.l fall to nolle p their Tho climato does not vary mucli nil the Give mc the grasp that is friendly yet firm in his ruling. to tho half waiet excellent seleetion of stationery along year round, ns tho thermometer is 7fi lo forever ; The nrctralnl botli o'l!kinrti aud flue work His administration has been one ol ono grand patorama view of school twoafFCfilttitrliamlwrf l0 ilegTecs Ixith in January and July, markeel advancement. The latest meth- - days, kept green by bonds of friendship, like the lower rooms and iro vrntllat 1 motor pciwrr Is used to run the bit hoi with their larj-'- lino of books and the but the heat is moro humid in summer. Give me the grasp that is hones and I leiidld drills, and Its arrei of outuoor sporting nnd ad TIIE MEDAL OF IIONOn. ods of teaching baaed unon scientific crystallzcd by the good offices of educaby two window oath theglatnof nhlth and season is now on, or should hearty The rainy under a fierce flro from the enemy. Lift principals nro emplojed. To augment tion, aa they turn back the faded pages la OxS liirhcn iuare Al tho rear ot the Justmonts aro stirb Uiat iiiilfonulty gcods. such as base ball supplies, llsli-Ir- bo, nnd it rains on tho north sido near i n,.,t mi ..,,., ln . hrpi7n ...... nnlmni. ft shell ami destroy tho fuse or throw it . fie , ' i, u.w.bw tackle and tho many crcatlo-- s for vjy every eiay, one hoc iiimi and drink anew from the perennial background is the row reigns supreiuic. At Uio operating chair hotlio forming a lno 8tudcntB ,n tnclr 8tU(Ica ne h . moru into water before it explodes amid a I he meled oy party alto than a few hours, and tlie-- dries quick-- 1 now. by tho imp of a sot gauge on Uio floor tho amusement of chlldieu ln tho lleBe bulI51n8 a , enM spring of youth, the reminiscence of earof cabla hou.ee, servant quarU-rpacked mass of gallant ly Tho streams rise suddenly and bo- - Let friendship still give me the grasp water for wnimde.1 nnd soldiers. n Get library, conta'nlng wotks of standard ly associates, reapers like the siderlal n In time of pram tefore Hip civil war the drill machine can bo regulated to deal extenshel) In wall piper, nuking mtTnrini-m, Are of heaven's bright gems and this ., . .... aay ieed and run lo elther right oi It one of theli spedil offerings Hut-le- ft come iiupasKiiiici quicKiy 11 nn.l n. nnn ..,. .. Ab i. i Tills grand old home Is the central oblro", ll wen ruKiii Dy n eieauiy nro. nilC hn.a """ n bcutmi uu .. uimiuim- ' I t Infantry cannot march in Cuba moro In Ms pnintlce. he employs all the tcrlek patterns finds sale at this place, Fight otr thriormoro of tho enemy at Ion on school work. Prof. Cheek was concluding verdict wll ever be a happy ject of a beautiful campus, ttudded with .mum, 0 than a few miles a day nt this season, Close ot l"e -'sir.toly ptBta ash and inarlt-n- . whose latest methods, extracts teoth wltli loeuw Uio tlim being the exclusive agents for say from 0 to 8 o'clock in tho morning, LfcLSrnWr ; 'I'm ,,0flv Qf. your wouuded officer; born ln Paris, Tenn.. Aug. 27, 1S51. His tlmo well spent. . poslblo pain, makes specialty of high Hlrkman It is needless for us to say and I lielievo that tho cauiaiuu should . i boughs inlerueavp and cloister theati-tlqomi uuui ticiuiAiuico. ruiiimenrnrv .miiienfinn vine .tvi.iu im The asosclitlon is )ct In its Infancy rv turn iiK iiniiu mac is irue in n ' rnm " iAn&f.i niimt and is composed of only young people. . Mnirture with shade and shadows art crow- and bridge building, and In tbnt tho cash book store Is one of our bo with mounted troops principally, i fort with an in rotherr on of lls llorar training, however. It Is a representation of Hi;kman's beautoft as tho uuonbeama of tho king of making full sets of teeth ueos oiilicr most splendid slorcj, sustaining its pop- - Fever is not dangerous with ordinary meahc hand that has vsToni-exhas been abandoiiti L ive Jition. striking example of nobility, culleaving this wono of enchant- rubber aluminum or gold for plate The ularlty by thejxtentof acquaintance It precautions. Tho raids at. utterly bad hot another; Z P010 VPtured flagsiUglo handed na atta,ncd through instruction of n ty, a and refinement They haveassld-uouil- y lo posses virtues iIkii c uple a commodious brick building, and mostly intilo paths in tho hills. ment m pnfcs along a driveway and aluminum seems oyvmvi-ninor tiarOJiancl num. private tutor, Prof. J. L. Cate. a grad ture it pairo itRiaUH Tho matter of circus is not understood applied themselves In school uato of the famous Harvard. He con. promenndii wlib rows of inapltsonetth will event melly make It tbo iiiiheril a e ut of which Is shown In this edition cr, hero. Hvcrv man should havo a lluht ' favorite At regular Intervals three Hcty.lmi.lhc counter we find Miss Ilettle uniform, uuu mem me mgner recorn nt e- era pleted his education la tho ISjtlonal Nort er sldo to I tin lluliliard priatp burial or "karkhi" is K1 horouchV education and llsvE-.. times Ir the yewr Dr .Divldson visits Wilson, a most fstlmnble , .s-,- ,.., ,.,r, ll..ltf,'Ci:V;.',,l.'.(,'.,U'.,Vr . .i.iii.re ir , Ml JrcVi-r- . I yalor th"Ufd of tv bencral. Spike with- in anp rjiPtuale ibe mem i ne tuMti or up online hi uie inn has diligently applied standing lr society The college is a In. n Ihtii spared to lxt, r.ud dottblo soled bcxits high out tho support of artllli4 nnd nnder hlmselfilPalhe and snakes. usteuners kle to protect from avocation of teaching. chartered Institution, and Its interests ry of ilume who iHinpy tbo IihoiiIIIuI nf his biisl lesii Ti assist him Dr J tho eyes of the enemy a kunon which t. The Wllitlow'a () S'ulilm i renin graduate fnim Va'i Light cotton underclothing should al His first work in this field was in the Is guarded by a board of trustees Knrdru tbrl' Uvt lenerttal home The .., , . . C. C Smith, chairman, J W Covvglll. ways l worn, This is important, aau - a 1. A, - 9 ...I n MVUUUU MVB.p. ... .w...- ...V .w. they might: turn upon. your, mates. e , , . ,1 l 4.. assistant He K tli Is 136 i meter cm loird ty derblli ni i a eicsperateiy wounoeei man's uoi.ioiuuuc, EMERSON BROS. cncli man should havo two suits of it lowiuj? lines to tho parrot on tho Wins-- ) yress !,iroiiah In Ms pmdh hurts under flro of a batcry. Recapturo ter servlnd five years in this capaclt) Thomas Dillon, Jr, secretary John a tieati'lful ptiitirrrd substantial Iron pieiprlctcr which called to tho Spaniards to ami two pairs of heavy wooleu t.ock9. Stubbs, W II Baltzer Sanders, as well ns commerclall as educatof he Woat Kontucky Tolophono Iriicf ItMldc thUini Insure Is a spruie stem Hevla w , , ...v A "poncho" is useful, being a light "n- " w.u r,,," ,inriiiniiirm.i iioiiMn n lias already taken by tho enemy from. ingdotl, T(?un., tock charce of the Hunt- - It, V. Hrevard, and H C Iteckmnn. n stands Iitgti Is a lie joursuoroiii;riiucii.oiuuaKaiust l high school, hedge fence Miat fnrinn a wall Dr DavlelBi niblior blanket, with a holo in the center, which that Httlo craft was Company. odds until help arrives. Theso aro attainHigh on tbo Win, low ' count m tuw-'- r to cover tho shoulders in rain and tho expliatlon of four 5 ears to ments strictly gontleman whosehigh po around a Hiuare of a hundred feet the meii1ier uf lie Knight of I'ytiitas and DefendahospitaIwl.cn in an isolated acocrd with the Ho watched tlie clouds of lttlu low'r; Masunlr see l societies, and is also an bcxly when sleeping, Thero Ih no oi o factor of greater a similar pQltlou In the Hlpley sition they hold burial groundi' Natur aidul by art has position ami tram-fctho sick and lit held with tli'm', unclmniilnR rj worke - in the Interest of pushing I do not consider that n soldier in to the city ot Hickman than Tlio slirlckinn slull. 0 rim ml lilm Ily; inmli' Hits ono of the most botiitlful x)sitions vvhilo wonndeil to sheltered Unmove-i- l by clanger, (,'rsndly calm Hickman forward la an artlvo menu tho WeM Kentuck) Telephone Com- - Cnba Is under nnj greater risk than at exposed to n raking flro from tho eu I tn all Kentucky. IZB.000 lie braird tlio too itilctrucltvo lmrm, Camp IUack as far as ordinary condi.Men's ns patty. This com par) Is a Joint associaNor .honed w bite fruc!.rr,tl.oui:li !ila breast emy's nrtillery. If a fort or other posi tins been oxponded on this 136 fool lot by hnr of Uio Hiekmnn Ilimlncss tions go. Having seen many roprtsemtwl tion of private eoriHirallons that oper- 8omu thres or four perchance ccnfcsed; tion won from tho enemy is in danger Dr. Hubbard Towering monuments socftitlon Ilia rcihlenro is statements tnado, tho nbovo m.iv ciirrect Nor even ttoopcil to turn tbo tall of recapture, maintain it single banded I1 West Indian in numerous plccc of snilplurrd art among Uie bemtlftil reproentatbms that 'ato in Hickman nml the- reprtetatlve erroneous inipreshions. That kept hlni luilnnroU on the nil. and iiiliaaaLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH Now York World. ejml)o!t4sb Uiv bill nt Uio luck of ' Tlicre, while) his plume triumphrnt ihone, near by towns, Clinton, H Fulton and Now York Herald. in puro whllu tnsrble, npproj'rlatPtothe Ho dared the Hpanlih houli "Como onl" of Htckuiau. Mayflo'el, Konuicky Ily tho inemor) of the dead, mark the retting A War rroblrin. , And howho thua the foeman dar-sof these comimnles subfcritrerB ln INDIAN DEWEYCELEBRMION places while flower of nearly ocry He h6 the common dancer shatn, "Jim's writ home," said tho old genett her towrr enjoy the service of the Wa Jack tho to sperlca know n to tbo UnrWt world reign tleman, "that cf tho worst happens to Mxtrfn XVft.lilnKton Trllira to ( iiiniiinno-m- t Hy Vunkeo snllori Ions bri FISH. loUicru without an) additional charge to htm we must kes?p his grave green, but Near tho center Id endleis profusion 3liinlllii liy n Thrro 1)A). I rat. A simple parrot nothing rore theso blame ivcrtiils trumpin by has During the of 97 Mntirtlcs show tho regular inontM) m ' for local 1ho HBtcii tl, and, like n bailor, en ore. Tho Suouomish Indians have invited of thti (lower garden and earthly home which Is e'o exceptionally low that IT, other triliM tn 1oiu thciii in holding That parrot has win I is n edal n kilt olT all tho grass, nu I'm in a dileiu paisetl away Is an tbo cjitch and anlo of flsli to hnve been of friends that lme ma to know vvliar tho grccu'll come arbor of climbing iors woodbine and In Uio nolghlKirhiHsl of 1,000,000 iwunds even those in ver Iliiilteel clrcunifctancc s a great celebration of Dcvvev 's vn toryj suroly as any of his messmates. Now from." Atlanta Constitution. S ' WaaarvU3Hl HaaaaiaaaaaaaalaaaaOT e nt Manilla 011 tho Fourth cf Julv lho York Sun,' HHHHIllllwaL - .VHIIIIIIIH overgreen. cm plug lna. einblcinnilc The evproas rompati' nlono lmcdic-- d i an weJI afTorel the wrvlce of a 'pho-d ami neve invitations luivo been of tho ucaultlul elorj of lifo In drnth A G33.ZS9 H5iudte, torn) nothing of wagon At present thero Is aliout 100 'phonee in preparations aro going forw mi 011 a Alpliin fii.ciHltleii. l The lloj or the "Old Sod." watr works, modern In detail, trad nad Milpmc-- s mode, by freight uso nt )1Hickman, tho nt being jmt- mammoth scale. Half a ton nf sugar CO for dwelllng, ?2 50 for busTho Alpiuo casualties of 1807 arc Th roturim frum lUli sold during the month Count tho Irish names in the lists of aaaaw9 7!" M ' B aw has been err.cd Inside the fit nt em and two tons each of flour, In .ins una artielo in tho volunteers published in the nevvspa Tho tnrk Is steel and sets on a ) oar will In all probabilities reach lues houses, $2 for oflice service and Uff havo liecn contnictesl for and aro to summed up in an interesting U Dauphmo. Tluity thrco climbers x;r pers. Tho Irishman Mines to the front o bo delivered nt Snohomish on Jul) i' brick f'Uindatlun and ts about SO feet $50,000, a great percentage of the fish f3C0 for combination service of The gathering of thc-- o 111 tulxs will isiieil, nbont half of vvlioiu, it is worth quickly whenever tho country calls. Ho and bueinevs hancUcK) was of tho gnino famll) such The ownera and high. Tlilt. fetds the foimUiiim In the rjJiLai bring together at least 4.000 Indians for ltotiug, vvcro binglo exc unionists mak- is a born patriot and bravo tighter evety alllllllllllllHBBBBBH JSgnnlcn. and alio furi'lsiies water for as black bass, or trout nnd' crapple managers of Uio hiisliiMs here are the n three days' feast. The programme ing their ascents without a gnido or time, Martha's Vineyard Herald During ihojenr of IS92Uueiprcue'oin- - KliiorwinHros., H,T and T C. The) are Only 0110 climber Bprlnkllng piinwwos. A nearby well companion Ibe even A Mlinomcr hustlln joun men. will include n sham bat.'lo lietwcen ves vvns lost who had 11 guide, night of tho the tank, water being pumped to pan? melted h'iljli iounela Hickman joach two fleets of ninucHiiniiicd after the A Cincinnati man has written a two 3 were killed by avalanches. S by falls has epilto a number if reliable dealers riiccog&fu; In 'heir business nnd render seUin r.lwov's fleet and tho SMiiis'i It by a gasollLO engln'. Dr Hubbard top to Admiral Dowey. Dear fellow, 8 hy MippiK 011 snow, J on of io 1'nl'Hc a6crvlce thftflshighl) appre- - licet, liich spends much i f his llui' nt this plare ;ln list), of whom wespeuk of In fljicclnl Dewey's niov o was not n two step. It nnd 16 011 nx'k Three jxirislied in olftllvo. Mlbs Mattlo Canenter Is theli tho oxjh uses. Kxchaitgo griss was a hop, step and jump, landing on otiil Is coiiBtaatly uidrnuiring to fur- nr.clcstecAvlif ,e in ibis edition. crpvnsbcs. Tvvolvoof tho :i!l were Swiss, lllrkmnn operator Tho exchange tho Spaniard's cervical vertebra-- . St. 1) (icrmnns, ther bcnutlty It, which eoins to b u TONSORIAL PARLOR. 3 Frenchmen 8 Austrtans, Lnnl Nel.on'a Tliren Month-- .' seHrrh. lloor of tho I. V Paul Globe. A tenant on problem of lm Croakers should reincnilier that tho and only 1 r.uglUhmau. leading barber of Hickman Is W i in superb style cleauliness being an ib-Tho & Co biilliHng T. SWAYNE, A Hint to the Hoard. thu farm hpondh a pact of inch day at war with Spain was not "10 days old Crow -- 11, the proprietor of the I.e- - Ject point and gua-de- d with care. The When tho bawl of strategy is ln Wcdne-daIt in per-ftMay 25. They might the lenieteiy In oiilrr to keep until DniKKist. Bhop He has four irop.Ietor Is a thorough, practical bar- Nreil of ltociml the Curlier i:jr. BOD EVANS TO HIS CREW. tnnlit what tn nlnv. let it follow the cede hotel barber ilso lx'.ir in mind that it took Lord Net condition The old farm with its tShs Unit, cl States undo a mistake Tiilo and lead trumps. Xiuo times out X'ars been engaged ln thib professl m her, having had many ) ears' experience. I lick mar. with her arm) of excellent 1'roucli pli tiirrniuo environment Is a ningprt Itrlrf hut INilnteil llriimrkii m, tlii. Ta.k Mm thrco mouths to tlnd tho tho Car YMien lrrefiiM'd to accept cross eyed re of ten this practice will carry tho game. In Hickman, coming from West Point. Ho Is a social leader of his race, a mem- commercial representation ,t Inekcd Ibs't in tho Mediterranean, and Itefiire ihcin. of beaut) that draws to It Msltors from caiits forthi navy Unoof those fellow-ccldT he cu accompan)Ingthls Mississippi Denver Times. Ler of the Mthodist church, a member woith) of any Intidntlotiatoiir hand and K. O. llrtico of Now York received 11 tblicaii sea is n larger sheet of water just uiKHit bit that jMi.ish fleet nil parts of the roiirry A Islt to Hick-inn- u j article dearl) Ch'cMgo I5isnl showb the character of of Grand United Order of Odd Fellows lis.) that compoco the letter, dated May 10, from his nephew, DilKc-',,iive- ,r Times Ih iihiajj termed Incomplete If n ninonig th entire . tho shop. The patronage consists of the and the Free and Accepted .Masons. He . lnlt to tho elrrg) men's relrent Is not cepilpment wo find nnno moro worthy' who is on lioiinl tho Iown, which gives Vlry best lcl'le Hlckwmij who are is a good citizen and merits the pattern- , ,v made. Purlng tbo summer months Dr of esiiecial nei.o tlnxn the drug store uti- - this speech of Captain Hvnns to his A well . .h.,,1 and Mrs Hubbard with Mrs. M A. Hall, der review Tho proprietor Is In man- crow "Men, 1 navo a row words to wiy. rious bank manager was passing ,y loud in praise ot ihespleneild work and ago of tho citizen" of Hickman He is Mrs. I!ilhbnrd's mothi r, make tho farm ner peiklng. a Hlrkmani product, hav-lthat the Spanish fleet, tho Liverpool town lull when ho noticed treatment received at the hands of the v. ell known In the circle, of traveling t It is reiKirtcsl their home, the old houte being oer ccuiKlhtiiig of four crulMis mid three n well dressed man hurrying toward proprietor of tho shop and those ho re men and to him thev give much of their resided hero since tMonitdionv-hal- f Iiirnlebed and awaltirg their nrrUal. tm pi do destroyers, 00.1b ! nt Curacao Castle street. They reached it together, tains ns assistants Kver) thing is kept trade. Mrs. Hllbinirl Is a stiong nUoeato of months oM, TVuiiCMtcei helng Ms natal nml are going- - to attempt to break tho ami then tho young man looked at him vomnn'n tights and biin ilhtlngulshed state. Ills early education was received blockade at Hnvnini or Clci.fiiegoie at with n nervous start. Cavalry llor.e In Ilemand. herself In this pli mild cause anil the m lllekluciii leaving ilieni to all lin.inls. Wo have get to stop them, REMEMBER THE MAINE!" "Oil, sir," ho gasped, "will yon timpernnei cause anil was pilme moer m.itrlrulato "Tlio giivcruiueut purchasing agents with tho Vauderbllt mil- - and in older to stop tliem weitoiist catch plcaso call my friend for me? Sho is nro having n hard time of ittoobtalu In oxrliiiili'K whisky frum llli'kni.iu tl'i'in. To catch thei'i vio hi.vo to tr.m- Not veidty tu Xa0ivllle. Tenn . erasing tho street. I I havo lung suitable horses for tho cavalry service," lh.crlitlou Vlu.t Cither Apeear on llard .suppllr.. Turk or In phnrmac)' from this famous college bio the co.il unci prcuWciur iu an fast as trouble aud can't shout," Mr. I) W. Ivins of Montana nt tho wid Tho secretary of tho navy at tho The jxopln of tbo Cmtecl The elderly man looked whero ho Wellington. with tho close of "k7 On returning to p issible S. K. DAVIDSON. of several religious and philan biates cxMHt a good deal nf this fleet, ixiiniod. and sure enough then was n lllckliian ho lmiiinli.ate.lv emliarkcel lc iHS'inlly tho Iowa. Wo will trooL tho "ThoroughhrecU nro not oxactly what Dontist mid Sui'KOon. has young woman with blight fc.u hern in aro wanted, for they nre not suited to thropic organizations at IR-to-n Hnergy In tho profenslou of dentistry tho drug btminotrfi, the grctt vr amount ol d d billies and blackguards a lesson n tho contractors that havo been her hut just crossing tho road nt n brisk cav airy needs. They havo generally been IiIh capital stock being an lntrlcatii the) will never forget." famishing hard tack for tho sailors to as In nil other occupation proMrly rata spoiled by having Ishu trained for tho pl.uv any design or motto upon tho bisTho writer concluded: "Ho lis a dan-Sun ess In one knowledge of all tha.ipeTtalntcl lends to success "What's her nnino?" ho asked. race track and aro more or less vicious mul as puui ns is possible. A battlo cuits Bakeries in Iloston aud St. Louis medicines. His thnroiighniui "i;ihel." line of business In a city means more Tho bronchos, which abound, nro not li.itih fell 011 him tho other night aud "j'f.iell" shouted tho bank manager. tlio thing cither for mounted service obtained contracts for furnishing tho or loss biii'i of a In others Hence In in this was seniii ttiognizcd b) ihopub ct 1110 near killing him. It knocked Ids The young woman with tho feathers What tho government desires, but finds fleets with hard bread, and to give it a the grand stride forward of our city lie a net tho trado lie bus enji))edi from shoulder out. To see him with his firm was nliuost across, and sho dielu't turn hard to get, nro gcxl, stroiiL' IxMsts, relish they stamixsl every piece with liiislr.Mj inmmi in tho profemlon of dentiairy wlih Hh Ihn liueli'.on nt IiIh tho words, "lteiucuiber tho Mniuol" a sling mul 11 game leg wcaild put round iii'iahlc of walking live miles nu hour or proven day acicniiflc mc 'Ii.kIs pnisc- - eleven jeaiuagoto titv present lias'bceti yi.u in mind of a gauieccx-k- . Wo uio Tho good jiooplo of liostoit considered "Kthel!" ho roared again. trotting seven for hours nt a tlmo. A ono llliifct ratlv c of of wortlu giiing lifter tho Spanish licet 11s soon as This tlmo sho htopixd and looked cavnlrj horo usually can ics a load of this nu Improper method of inspiring resentment and appealed to tho secreII, h son- Is contaltivd in a brick strue- - wo nro coaled up. "Chicago Post. round, nnd tho oxcitesl old gentleman ')() Hiunds, anil it takes a stanch horse tary to prohibit it. Thoy tako tha motioned to her. uie f.u lug Clinton h root and with duo to stand up to that weight for long grounds that this is not a war of venge'the llo-'- of the l',arefut lllnc kittle. When sho cumo ncross, tho elderly march ' Washington Pout. piopr.o'-- i can be ternied a strlctl) fiiuti We nre hi le nt thu limne if the hpanianl, ance, hut of immunity; thnt wo aro lightbank manager was turning round to ass dung cMnbllhlijireiit., The stock of Ihn shiiili', i m JuM rixilln nlT ing for tho freedom of Cuba, aud not to .NrtinlnC the liable. the thanks of tho young lung trouMc III. ity'a soil., le goexls c emlir.uo pmctlrnlly bled man, but hu had gone I Then thero Anil we'll .trniil hy lliu Rim.. Many utriiitU mothers nro now nam- punish tho Spauiarels for tho destruction rythlng usuully ussoe'lnteel w kit a lmsl-nes- s Wn'ie the Ihij. i.t Die oiuTf ill bliirliado. was trouble. London Answers. ing their sous Dowey, and ono proud of our battleship. Thoy aro uow trying of Lho kind. Tho phurniarnetlcnl possessor of triplets all girls mimed to pcrsuado Secretary Alger to give a Vi'k lire iciijiiimih lo spring en tlir Haiilard, them sin eessively lted, Whito nnd IHuo. similar order to tbo contractors who are lint we en n't fill the inilir inuile. sicKk Ixilng far ln advanco In extern An Ilipirlng l.eae. Wilto furnish hard tack for tho army. We niu III'' old dis'kira and selection of thoavorago drug house, Senor Kiirlijuo Caprilles, govcnior of Hut who has heard of any ono naming liam K. Curtis In Chicago Kecord. And llml nliijln clieckera. J S.uitingc do Cuba, invites 000,000 a son MoKinloy or H.itum? Somo wny We're Hie liijm.f llo iuniflll ihingumially abusliicsB kllli)infU "ti allt 11 I'll .1111" flilltltJ tho military heroes outshino tho civil Alllitfli-'ll- l of tho kliiel The plmrmasiiltcal rfoek r r tlm strati ky bonnl's uncleclded. with their carcasses." Tho valiant lIticiaiis when it iirrlvesnt tho imi-orSanip.ou Will Silence III" Hark, Ibcy'te rntlur iliUrln n raid, Ik'I'K far la ndvnnco In e.xtcnt and oi names lor ...i.ri.nrlsvervlinsiilnihle. but ns bis ., Hut wer'ie Ills rty. ons, ,. ,iuiiiniii ." : Admitting that. tho Spanish admiral y. : r ttolcctloni of tho avcrugo dlug lioue-e- ' i.uua tu.; iimes-uemo- And we'll ot nml I7 the uuns, lenve in, tlm snl.l field,. Is i.linnt tin his "io Clllllirill is "a sly dog," SJinpson will yet take u Iioj-- of tlm snccfiil cra Tho Moro Ih very ntrrnrtlvo In !ipiear- KonortiU' otttT cannot lw accepted.- - j' the bark off him. Atlanta Constitution. K. U hmntcn In Atlanta Conttltutlon. OI,i,...,r1x Record. nnce, preentltiK a plciiirouf protpcrll)i! 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He Is socrcnr) of the Ili'tlnes Men's A- an organization in which lie was uik rumental In forming . c.-u-.- Iti COUKIER-SPBCI- AL ! IVU EDITION. tho cltyi on the south. tland The home- and tin environments) reveals the life of contentmen , lielng nug-mened by all tln luxuries that the ngonry of iiinei catii procure. Along with tli" law and banking 'Imxltii'nn lie demotes a share. of hlP,tlm to. Insurance, bel g the ngtnt nt his ixilnt for a numIsird-orltiIliich-ann- 5 sj t home, a cut of which Is hete shown. Is of gcods and the ever nssoelatUm of low prices roiiimnnd .1 tradoover n territory i no tor.g instance telephone is rep1 n of many miles. IVrsonully .Mr. lesented nt HiIr store, tho proprietors Isn tcry penlaliinrreteiitlousgen-tlriiKin- . being llio tllcktnaii representatives. V, lit" Ik in n the rrullt of having been liiHtiumeutnl In Inylng iho limiiiln- Mr. J. W. Cowgll waa reared near i Hon of nuiiieious enterprises, tho pro-Hickman. Nohlghortrlbutocnnbepatd inoters having under his training gain say that ho Is n graduate him than to ed a knowledge of biiflnetis to the exntiunig which it nt of having an undaunted success ber of old of tho forum. In the year of 1865 ! completed his literary education, era J. ' tho 1'hocnix of Hartford and the North on their own count In all circles, so-tAmerican for lire. atidtho Mutual llrucflt tinting from tho University of Missouri? and commercial he stands at the of Newark Now Jerscyi, In life, llgurr nt highest round to the cause ol each ever His career In business has been one bf rt ',",,,,' ,rk tho head Through his agency In life steady advancement, and through fiu. itmurancc over llSii.noo has hern paldutit habits has acquired n goodly portion - --m in Hlckiiinn ami surrounding lourO of this world's goods. He Is a director The stnnd'ing of Mr T)Ier a a piofce-eionaIn tho Hickman bank, and owns sonfc"' H. M. ivi 1 HUIN Y. man atuli buslueMi guide Is an Iron real estate In the city. He It I valuable SjBBBBBBBBBBBBSySB.!. f BtatE. ia c hid guarantee hutb) placing Itirurdiicf n member of tho school board and for In Fish-O- no Wholosnlo Donlor with htm nieaui the erytewi of prone & W. S, Ellison's Trndo Emporium. elghtyears was president of that body, ' L. P. of tho InrKost handlors In iton The tomimt'lis ho rcpnsrntsi si resigning the olllce some two years ago". tho South Is ! member of somo several secret'ro- - ,. startling exhibit In fancy hamlker board of directors June.;! IS'JO tosin--ccet- l very II lie nil poll clou, granting as man) Hie fish liuflncw ban for a number cletles.; Free Masons, Knight of l'yth'los ch.-- fs and neckwear and a finer selec Mr AleM.ndet who had resigned fnorn ah biiriness rule will allow none belter I linn 01 As a citizen uuu u n(1 jnlghti of Honor. gloves cannot be found In itig occupied by the firm Is n Hon of kid ,H T. Tyler. chief Industrie, and thiough this chan- The, nature of father ami the 'own of Hickman. On tho second Imposing brick. The counting rooms, lie! of trniletheprobanlllllcaarethntthc VOry similar, Diablo and kind and (fc lloor. directly over tho dry goods depart- vnults and private olllce occupy the Interior View Borondos' Book Store town has melvcd more attention nnd o!d of anr ostentation. Mr.rnuelli ' tr ment. Is found a combination stock ground floor, which Is admirably apH. BUCHANAN. nn i,f nlA.. emft ... lArFUnli t....... !lUe,lded over ., h.i... the Kentucky military Inttl- - iroom. where nothing U nmlssln heavy pointed for banking pnrroH-s- . The fixwhich dlsr harrow dts breaking & CO. M. BERENDES ...,, ...v. .,.....r ........... tutoland tho LouIbvIII.. and rinrlnnnll,; th rou M. Excol-loplows, disc cultivators dlsr drills and cartels and curtains nnd n tures that separate the count lug room Ono of Hickman's Most Frod minor Introductions of l.Ur irvertlons Thousands of dullais Is imestod In flip c.in.-- l r,f nhnrm,.,. -- n.t i ...... i il-- ' unmcstlrs. store tho charge of Miss K. fiom the lobby nro metropolitan In evBooks and Stationery Business Men. millinery enterprise, hundreds of men make the clesjjlko tho father, stands high. HoTi Kllnger. not surpasseil In eleganco In ery respect and will comp.ire fmorahl) Borondos, Mnnagor. figure prominently Heading the entire Few men bin o been moroeloseh Idcn fishing a spwlnl buslnes. and In It find I'memuer also of tho above named m' the latge of tho state. Adjoining this with those that embellish Three eirs ngo this business was list of machinery we find the J J. Case ,,. lttRTitll nttA jPW.iop ,c" aml ,0 l,,e,n S'VCS Among the ex- - nU011tff mW this section apartment uwM exclusively banking Institutions of our lending UIP), wl I rentable employment. founded, the second Institution of the engines nnd threshers and the world room Is an than ll llu- iinnnn merit of tensive nnd In every respect reliable Mr.Jolin S. Dillon, n Hickman youijg cities Unlit In a corner of the counting Few hnvo been more Important factors kind to be installed In the city. Their wide famous McCormlck reapers and for duplicate stock storage for all dealers In frefeh wnter fish of the great man. eon of the city marshal, nssltli n Clothing Is found In loom la a perfectly fireproof vault the In tho hlstor) of Its succeis as a town t.tore Is one of tho attractions of Clinton trowers. The McCormlck company have fkshlp, and Is a valuable adjunct, n - t n patronagoln keepthrough the agency of Panders & Reeves southern lakes and rivers Is R. M. Methe middle room of the three ground shell of which protects a modern Hall A sketch of his carevr forms nil inter ftrect. nnd Iheny. He Is a veteran In the business M5?5ICi5i..m... floors It is n splendid representation i.afe. equipped with double lime locks, effing object s house, shipped from here to points ing with the demnmlf- of n ns to wlint ran be . ... t ml lit a rrAttnst t....... Is In ...........i... icpreseni ono pi .a dcm. in onrcity, f mo - .establishment. s " oini abndniiinr.iiit-itnrninni-1iam1ahh of litcr- - that clothing storo, being re- the whole arrangement securing treas- nrcompllihetl by tntegrlt) i.ml well di Their stock of n cover n radius of several' ; nnii rn at o...v. ... ..,,,,., ul ,,lR plete with an endless line of exception- ure stored in tho Kink from the attack lected eltorts. Prior to th Inception nViir9 "mbraces n general line of books hundretl of Kentucky and miles nndrfJiKidlcalE. School books and school no iwii nejniy siates. u is an auvan- " ally (lne goods, such as nro rarely con- - of elemental or human enemies. BAPTIST CHURCH he with n brother w is of tho civil A. O. CARUTHERS. , I. Isslnnl ilver nt this noint. tho notediB .. S ...ti..A. ..r .1... ..... Vngng".! ....- .......... ......... ..! fi.. ,..,-.-In strck outside of mammoth supplies are special features, cataloguing liage oiier'.-irini.irnicrs or mis in mcrcanillli in liiiisMiu i.. KeeI tto rivers of Tcrf osfeiurant. flno Conto, and ,.....,.. . tores of the city I,oavlng Uils depart bank are: It T Tyler president. Vlcei.. as it does the entire list of the latest of tho conn try thafthey cannot faeli J M. WHITING. what . was ee .Missouri and Arkansas. Cronm Parlor nnd I nent, next In Importance Is the hard- - president. W I' Johnston, cashier. but apprechitte. as It places In their reach npproved works for educational rs'wholesale supply store for IhkiIs He Grocorios, Quoonswnro, Glass-war- o Dire-toIt T Tler. V C Johns- chases nothing but five fish, which Fountain. ,'aro nr.d grocery store Mr. W S. Klll- Plain end fancy stationery of tho king of all harvesting piareu in large latttceit Doxes that ex- - qeo of the most ntiTacthc and Poi-- 1 son presides ever tho destinies of this ton. C. A. llolcombe. Judge Joshua Nay- - dlscoiitlnutM business ai the beginning and Sholf Hardware. every character Is here uprescnted which is no higher In price than those lor. V U Mcftitchan. J V. Cow gill and tof ,no wnr In tho camnuif tend out In the river from the dink or ular business houses In this-- city la tflc adjunct of the country ' and wo can say to his credit WMI along with the usual arrny of similar that offer muih less advantages. r HI. first service was Is No name in this or untvcnnll) known nsn are oy t'Us 0n under review Sadie' Amburg. daughter of !,h Mr A O. Caruthers that thcro Is not a more pleasing sight In more favorably They alw deal extensively In Their ohlcle stock represents the rweiving station, i ne material. r.iethod of kept constantly ni la the proprietor nud to whom much the display of goods to be found In Hick- Moses Ambtirg Is bookkeeper of the 'under tho command of t ol I nomas tha- - Wttelng For more tlmtr four novelty goods, clgnrs. tobacco, sporting products of some of the foremost nianu- - purs, iresn retention omnium! itl b 'dnrerii. Her splendid clerical service Hunt, In tho brlgmlo waier. niaKins.u oiu outne ,roAI .WrM l. ri.vn fnr h of man ll has Ihou idpntlfird with the) , Kverythlng Is a sheen of bril- has won for her high admiration among goods, etc.. fine lino of cutlery, wnll pa- fncturrrs of tho states, beltic nerfect nnntinn n an mnnniir'nm c. Ilnskenrldge. At tho close of btiHlness of lluUtimn ami has cvirlxen anAiitwIpn vAt n . Inklt, TTil. ,,.i. l In f i Is a In constriction containing the best of At the packing houserdallyTian be seen rr",v'"",v liancy and nrtlstlcally nrrangtd. so as tho olllclals of the bank. , ler, etc.. In the latter their stock pr0,(. foreiiHvtt In nil that jwrtalns "to push" flUMW pr0M1M.u wa wnf w"'t'1 nieropolltan an appcarfljg to lirlng Into piny a general decorative n reprerntatlon of beauty, being the of- material and finished In the most ex-- 1 barrel after barrel of, buffalo, eat. " lem of mixed uncertain!). Illsworldl) the town for word Buggies, carriages, phae- - man carp, drum or whltiTperch, trout or Institution The gentleman Tho establishment Is lo- - appearance. In qulslto stle. ferings of the latest introductions The large French plate posfcsslotis. of which he was favored whoso name captions this article has F. E. CASE. tons and carts of every description and glass show window harmonizes In beaupattern. It Is very extensive, offering suitable 10 every demand Is found in ' 2 ty with the dry goods and el Mhlng rep- Grocorios, Fruits and Confoc-tlon- s. ere tho strife had wafted awny before slne-e- t 1853 been etigngul In turrrnntll every possible advantage to the cus- the congregation and marked In rrice the maddened ga'c of fste Icnvlnghlm Ing He Is s resentations, displaying tho dexterltj ( of John Witting, n to suit the pocket of all that desire a tomer to procure such paper as Is suit- vehicle, A of an artful hand. without JiitiM line sne n lenm Ions spir- rHlrel merchant large warehouse In close He with the A splendid typo of the progressive or demand. In a srcclal house alone the side of able to their tatte proximity to the main building Is used it that destitution hid no power to govtiryiJb. iur tiastl tie i if Mr " ' the railway siding on Water treet the feature of for tho storage of vehicles. Taking the business mnn is found In theiersonof The most commendable Ijiler he gained uf Ins f.nlifr tin v! ! carry an extensive stock of building ma- - Fritz K. Case Ho Is not onl n mnn of ern this house outside the quality of good business In its entirety It is one of the In the vear of ISi.'. be tame lo Ill.K entire ooi,'nl 1) llerial, such as lumbar, rough nnd drcsr-rd- , basing he mn i- ;they sell Is tho ery low price they ask most Interesting in the city, lor car load snsh doors blinds, mouldings, grill good conservative business Ideas, but ii.nn to nn epr r poAi'ion n clerk In tl rer s in rent nro hst sinc romtiicrd after fir load of machinery, unique n -7SWt tfIU; on all representations. The business Is design artfully displayed, augmentul MID 111 1.1 UIP4I what Iskbown lnecr) da parlance as nW.K. I....L .11...... f'.U bears tho distinction of being the rep- n hustler. Ho entered lntobuslneshere under the management of Mr. Ford by the fine line of ehlclc, makes it a resentative grain buyers of the city Nov. 1. 1S79, and preside over a gentleman well qualified for place worthy of a visit. During the past season they shipped ono The exceptionally low freight rates of tho neatest and tiuwt inMtmgas position he holds. He Is a native the from here over 7C.000 bushels of w heat enjoyed by Hickman enables this dim son of Fulton county, but has pent the to sell their goods and now hiv on hand several thousand well as one of the largest retsll eitah to the consumer for bushels of corn ready to be market oil llshments of the clij He x uples his greater part of his life throughout the n much less price than Is possible for Mr. U V HI! Ison. tho senior member Cwn building, a splendid twiv soi states, accepting no special line of work inland town dealers, as tho saving in of tho firm, superintends In general the ....,. . . ' Returning to Hick- - .transportation cnarges represents n 11W11 foi a Ilvelihocd. MHIS I'll lentlre I.,,.!,,. and Is regarded as e.nc I'IKK, till lll'll lllllli. magnificent profit. His sic k of roan three years ago, he became nspocl-nte- d of the nu.st progressive men within the ,on an1 "al,r streets goexln embraces pr.irtliail) .verv'lung .confines of Hickman. He Is the with tho business he Is now Identi dent of the Iluslness Men's Association that can be found tn a grm.-- r eial fied with, nnd haa mado n splendid MISS LOU HARPER. and reprewnt. the city In the council shnu.n,. arll IIft ,hrm 0 f showing of success. He Is very enter- - Flno Milllnory-T- ho Iff nnu rnr IwiOva vmm liwn In mtaltiA.. Elite Store prising, and advocates the Idea of push. '' " on his own iccouiit. establishing with lKir"s ,nnt w:rl) of Hickman. Mr C. C. An Illustration of his character in this the METHENY'S FISH DEPOT. " I Mr.Ellison Smith, styling they firm Smith magnificent that tronage Ins. Case is n LLLLLLLHLHbEbaIa' In writing up a resume of Hickman & Prior to this were earh centleman illrpctlnn Is shown bv his efforts tone- has bv n'mtmn brothers In clerk servlre In the house i .! nf iiun,,n v... loJf wrk would be very Incomplete If ,4(t II Tlnrtinnnn Tlii.lr , .,t. ........ business plated himself in i KpiMuiul "opple sun, perch and rher cAted in Cllmor. street nw the ca v, falle1 10 len'0'1 v. ... ............... millinery busl- - "' mnklntr nn Parlv nine mile drive to sun- rnd fair methods of businerH brought financial way. Ever) doliai ibs l (m 'ness conducted by Mrs Lou Harper salmon being parkpd for his trade. of tie-- in ply them with the St. Louis dally pa- to the.r I'oors a splendid trade and by sesses was acquired 'iv self en Ildly adoptc-e- l to. JTho Beaumonde of Hickman a palace winch .epresenls the (frugal hahu they rapidly climbed up ning tho battle of lift-norphan boy with pers. lof fashion that the elite ladies of Hirk of the towns, anil me isnuer or progress Mr Smith dis- a capital stock of l and cnerg) posed of his "nterests last year, and man and contiguous terrltoty are loud HfRadIes-- t His generous traits of ibnrarter havr H BUCHANAN'S STORE 1 1S39, the firm name has slnco Jan In praise of the store Is contained In the roaKPS it an J & REEVES. SANDERS jbeen as shown In head lines. In the bee-- detrimental to bin own account, 'ground floor room of the new , , , conduct of the business- Mrs. Clart the benefits of which he reeled early macmnery, ,impiommus c . Thomas, Fred Fierce. T J Mnlo-.- e In business dealing, and In the loss ! general store conducted by a Mr John " his own account He carries s t no Largest ana vonicios Charles Tarham. Vf O I.ustennnd H K'"11 Bnd priiKs M lllet. the only man with bom he w as h er)- 1Il, rtp,k Dealers in West Kontuckj JI EMson, a brother of tho pretirletors credit of friends he found gains that lf on wlll-- g iualny as well as qun Ills possessions ni the time i . Il during end In aid In clerk . r mucj, pilot'' Mm over ! Jtarv gj Hver)tMng ' markest ikjwu In tn ttir nt satrownlng be begnn work In this store wg JI 50 tit) cream is giTeiLJikssiisisiSMinngc i il j) tai iine" .. ...... . . .. ht.nd of fj i ..u . dne seemed ' in"i him m sywemaur uenjing win prrnut.Miiu .nr'mer fjvOUl iVau e.uonuiao'' a1! rauJJ aoi.inuojl ifl iq' uodr pjin'StUtttaa' ing m i .iiiil..rtoiiiin hat he He Is one of our nio 'J .feionumv turn lly !h prui'i-leftUlUie j asoqx ' puu nj jjrrjan; oiniqo utjd ipajssjjj-uchants, and 'nken active Interest m Tho year lMn be wsntsof customers HICKMAN BANK i.ir- n I of bin ally !ok oficr To tho art of upbuilding of Hickman. Ho is a member ho savnl tho growing list which in Suoj b joj noiiBXtn tnojj - 1 30 pojisd added tolho i wrrntitl ihni rverx were Inter invrsteit t s gtKtrnr'e I A Magnificent Financial Instl of tho Iluslnees Men's asstKiaiton and earning whlib .'.lore 111 stor-Itown of Hickman now has to Its credit ly "c :ilmaxo ni-ihtng is Jiin n I splendid representative tutlon-Capi- tal stock S50.000 a Fred Case, a son asjiisis in the store an interesi of the buslress I rum lime ZtTl ,. in the show cases adjoining are the lo- .- fltll was that entitled the Eauders & ever conforms with New it rontainti! in a tirt. k build "K and It wmilil permit Surplus $1 2,000. Undlvidod He Is a very bright voting mnn of busi- to Itme BsiirmnislnnitH on Ueeve3 Machinery Hall and was estab Paris latest Introductions. Her store Is a member of numerous secret socie fine line of randies and cakes In which he sock Is 20xS0 feet in iM is a veritable oeenive or beauty, one of which hels ever ready the houso I noted thecnuse-Profits S4.000 R. T. Tylor, ness like demeanor nnd in eneig) Is a he wonli' piirrha more stock until ccmvwilen !) arrangeilamt l n fair 'or high production. lished by B. D. Sanders and B. E. Reeves. that forms the central figure of attrac- - tiesespouse to Ills three sons, F. L., pruprlrliir of the he tventuall) slo Prosldont; W. C. Johnson, chip of the old blixk two of Fulton county's highly respected tIon for a(jles of thls community uf a gener! store When Cieorg L nnd Henry M.. are associated Fresh bread Is received dally and rep) Is rated as ono of concern and Cashier. resented along with the flno lino f For a period of nine years Mrs. Har- as assistants in the business. and popular business men, who for many good nnd clothing are excttiiKd wealthiest men In Fulton county dry tho pastry goods It Is also headquarters for The samo conservatism that characgrtn-erlIs tlw cldef representation nul jears past have been Identified with the per has been associated wttn tne mil R. T. TYLER. Ho has closely Identified himself with trade cigars and tobacco ar.d smokers sup- terizes tho town of Hickman Is exemcounty's and In especially her scat of llnery she has of Hickman. For two einlinires wares tlmt only associate with years been In business on her COWGILL & COWGILL. Attornoy at Law. ever)-- character of public enterprise He plies. Imported and dome-sttgoods, til plified In the history nnd management lustlce's material interest. Mr. San own account. Her splendid talent as a strictly A I grocer) score A svlcnd.d Druggists. Among the met whom Fulton county Is now president of the Farmers' and rock of clflWiware, best to be had it. the market, comprlie of her oldest financial Institution queensware mid ders has for tho sixteen years Interest- la milliner and liberal business Ideas Merchants' Nntlonnl Hank, nn instliu light amV sent forth Into The central apartment of The bank was Incorporated In thc)rsr has produce-ed hlniEelf In tho mercantile llfeof Hick have not gone without reward and the hardware Is aim wen In nock Ne'Xt to our family physician Is our the :ock through bis lust rumental Ion foiindid 'trade she enjoys Is second to no establife none have won a more distinIn- - the store represents the Ice cream parof 18SC, with Its present capital stork, Mr. Witting Is a Oplcsl man and Is numbered among her arm) lishment of the kind In west Kentucky. family druggist. Ills valuable and than the subject of this Ity. At a meeting of tho directors lie of tho )tunger elt'im-n- t of busl n He Is a Two men of most nrocresslve citizens. millinery assist exhaustible supply of knowledge of old lor. It Is bumptiously fitted up with r.0,000. with R. T. Tyler, preeldent. and guished sucre skilled artists In Up was for n was elected president member of the city council. Is a tr.iotec jn tj,e conduct of the buslnets. Mrs. tlmo remedies and his pleasant and af- - flno oak tables and chairs, the walls be- R. I Alexander cashier Iator Mr article He laid a good strong foundn-tlo- n number of )enrs it stockholder In Hie lv lh enterprising In spirit nnd rttiiMI) In the of his home rounty nslsnts as liberal ns Is consistent any of the Hickman college and takes active I.illle Wall, late of Atlanta, Gn., and fablo manners make him an lndlsrensa- - ing decora:e-d- i with pleasing pictures Tyler .vas succeeded by II Iluchsnan as t i ik4- nni,t "' ,ro""rlnB . np KeneraMi- - president, nnd Mr W C Johnston was nnd la r graduated frr.m the Kenturky Hickman National Hank, nnd held the movoment that cnriihttc to iiim Maocneuoaiuer. """In the business men's assocla-,-misinterest hie article. A reliable nnd substantial In wun tnis iilllro or vii o president and president to the front. He Is n home "Ik))" The parties fact of iiriuinnev Electrlc lightsi and elected to the office of cashier by the Mitl'ar) Institute He was ndmlttii) Hon, being also a member o that or- - hou iSsSTlflcent ladles Iirin IB tne iuwkiii v uiustu, he has met re tint Institution. Tho llurhnnan blotk. and Is entitled to the favorall circles, In ganlzatlon. Questions of public nature and weU mpr the,r apIenai,i patron- - which was established some twenty-fiv- e """ """ lo ln" nona as well as In pursuit a nit whii h Is shown In this edition, merrnnttloeoiumerclal. ho stntulH very heauty, making it the place of all places carefully, his expression al- - age. he weighs and years ago by J. W. Cowglll, the senior s one .if iho most rommnndlng of the high of the kind In the town of Ho is n member of tho Htitilncfs A ways being In llntof conservatism. Yet member. In the year of 1S90 II. N Cow riie rortier ami adjoining busl-nts- Men's iiv an organization bat general restaurant business is a'so conmarked degree In the supliberal to a gill, a son of tho senior member, was D. E. WILSON. are ustd In the tniducl uf is tlolng mtirh to liiilMup 'he town ducted, meals' or short orriert, are served port of keeping step with the progressCowglll the firm, admitted Multi-Popul- ar tho business over whlrh Mr. Iluthanan School Su- & Cowglll toThe JunleJr styling Ithas been in the bet of style, evidencing tho fact ive age. In business he has been emi- The member prfonulv superintends, nnd might perintendent of Fulton that nn able chef Is In attendance. F. C. WARD A. CO. nently successful, his every undertakpractically speaking raised up In the termed a general supply be County. Cetru hers ht ben engaged In Mr. ing portraying a ruling hand of n sucding store. It has been his steady diet Wholobale Dealers In Fish. s ni ion as i In stock of gtKxlH embraces business hero for eighteen months ard BBBBBBBBEBLKBflBBBBB7BBBBVSKBSSVBBilHSwl?BWiEaL3BH Tho subject of this sketch was born In since boyhood XBBWg.NVlBt-WftxVB- l cessful business man. ' like the everything needful tonrom-tMinl'- ) " Among the has within thai short llrt,e built up a I ndlers of fish from this Mr. Reeves, prior to engaging in busi- Hickman In the year of 18C7. His early father Is a druggist well worthy of the The store Is rlasslfltd and dl-- point Is tl.e firm of l. V. Ward - Co. splendid business Mr Jones Is '' was associated with the Wal- literary training was received. In the appellation ness here, two sections Tho corner Thoy deal nearl) exclusively In tholltel led connected with the house-I'hecapachy ter A. Wood Harvesting Machine Com- Hickman school? He began life's work r it.tn in nt Hired for dry good, shoes, Foot of clerk. pany, and later with the McCormlck as an educator, follow lng the avocation like product, consequently the tiothuig notions, etc.. while tho ndjar- - most of their bundling Is of the game company. He Is an expert machinist of public school teaching, where he eviMr. Caruther has, b) h: spltudrd nt r.if.m i .iters to everv ilemi.nd of rpo les. principally blnck bass or trout, raitw of charac er. mado lot- and brings to the firm of Sat.ders & denced a deep Interest In educational -- ' frlem's TiZirTr Bl TTar iMifc n ' lbCbbHbh fl flHBiB KbbHbHLJbbPI SjC bJij " and h.trdware stok. An nrrhwa) and several other grades, such as the n Hickman and that he will n.e. greater Wt DWmKm Reeves a mind well fraught with all work. In the year of 1893 he was elected nenr tho Water street entrant o foims a Inko affords, nlso flnds their way to marsuccess In trade Is virtually .s.ird. mlnuto technicalities thntareassoclutcd to the oflce of tounty nchool 6iipcrln-enden- t, connection of the two rooms, augment-i- t ket through this 111 ni 1lie differ somo of farm Implements and complicated a position he has filled with g the service In each The second lloors what from other dealers here, as they machinery. Although this business has great credit. Upon the ability with L. P. & W. S. ELLISON of the building nro niso represented with are fishermen nnd hnve regulnrly been established less than a yenr, It has which our school system Is managed1 de merchandise showing to advnntnge n already taken a place among the lead- pordu ihe perpetuity of our fiopular men to Inok rfter the nets, traps, Dry Goods, Clothing, MllllnorV , i L&BBMBM(BMttlBBBW"rW'---';;" rmgnifi out stock of lothmg cnrpe'i lines and ttlier numeioiis tleviccs emfrnPfii'lna nnr4 IIUIUWUIU ing business representations which war- government, the permanency of our in viwwuiiuumiiu Unffltnnn trunks etc The store Is ployed to capture the tinny tribe rants the prediction that within a very stltutlons and the preservation of our Buyers and Shippors of Grain. short whilo It will huve grown to greater social and political autonomy. The deep Resldonco of n.,T. Tylor, Proaltlont Hlokmnn Bank. proportions. 1 he energetic methods of inlere5 Mr. Wilson has taken 1n school It Is' not uncommon to nolo . rw, Its proprietors having demonstrated the work manifests Ihe fact that ho Is ever In U'l ur,w.l..l !..r..l.. ... Mr. Iluchannn had also tendered hs the bar and Ilrersed to practice ,n ni. 11.1.7 .1. n'. .4.1 llnA .. LJ... fact that It fills a place of Importance as striving to nccomplUh the most good for but It Is a rare occasion that a town tile teslgnatlon aB president and Mr T) cr the com is of the stnte in the )iir of of the farming the general welfare by placing he supplying tho size of Hickman affords a firm that ShoHy thereafter he moicd to to the position This in- 1871 population of a large section of Western schools of tho county upon tho most easily ranks as leader In mnny line stitution has from lis birth flourished the oM homstend' and took chnrge of Ihe Kentucky, Tennessee and Eastern Mis- approved, basis contemplated by our Kodak View .Such, however, is tho case of the firm like a green bay tree. It has passed fnrm and for several jears was lilcntl y modern' methods of instruction and dissouri. The building occupied Is a the vicissitude of fled with agricultural pursuits, dlscon CowRill & Cowglll, Soda Foun- teptlon review, who without a single ex- - scathed thro-jgenterprise-hstructure, built especially for the cipline and In his laudable heads tho list of the tolt-sss-l financial stormr. and stands today as tinning to resume the nvocatlon of his tain. the hearty support' and' cobuslnosa It does homage. It Is a sheet has recelve-r',a" establishment of Fulton i ounty strong ns the adamantine rock3 of (llb- - chosen profusion Usability nsn law pressed brick. operation of Fulton county's progresssteel building. Imitation man ban crowned his They carr) ono of tho brightest and A hrtuder knowledgo may bo glunul jinltar. Tho splendid flnnnclul condl-teate- yer and buslne-sIts dimensions are 40xS0 feet, and Is dl- - ive teachers. stexk of drugs in the town of ,of "3 importance from the f j. t four tIon of this rorforatlon may be Judged efforts with phcnomciinl success, plac compartments, one an- popularity, and. an cx- Mr Wilson's vldeel Into two -"""" " .uunio, noiri in n a .rroni tne tnct ttint tl tins on tinmi a sum Ing him In the from, ranks of his pro No cobwebs urow over theft Hlrkmiin. well largo warehouse, are .ltlllzed to at i equal to more than 30 per cent of the fesslon nntli recognized n one of the Ehelvi'S. No stale goods mlnglo with efficiency, ltdaistry and fgles, w hlle the other Is n machinery ni.d appreciate their mammoth stork. The! rnpitiil stock thnt represents nn until most cowicrvntlve nndl sure business to their wires. They are active, wide- Immense lino of bright, his; Implement hall containing everything idelity Is shown In clean and alto- vldod profit and surplus. A general bank men of Asa criminal Inwyer men, In touch with the known to the nitof agrl ultiire, among he ollW-h public voice at last election, awake business gether up to date goods would giace tho ng business Is engaged In. the average ho easily ranks with the liest and' It Is n times. Their large stock comprises a bhclvo of any similar Institution of deposits being over f 100.000, subject to noteworthy fact that he has never been complete line of staple drugs and all Its correspondents nro the associated wl h prosecution, save a sin sta- a pretention" city and claim attention check. fancy druggists' supplies, paints, of nn) trado In the metropolis vSbBbV'vx. 1MLubbH2 Union National, Louisville, Ky.; Amer- glo case where complicated clrcum-star.ce- s tionery, holiday novelties, rubber goods jiMkt. Tho Homo of C. E. Rico. kBBSt7iV-. LH Their stork evidences Ihe fm t tli.it ican National, Nashville, Tenn.; forced his service in thnt direc of all kinds, cigars, tobacco, and light HHHR&,l'Ka. . . vthey have endeavored to keep up with , & Co., New York. N. tion. He Is ever willing to defend, but Alexander bMU.-VUStT'H line of confections. the times, and b) their affable manm u Y.i Franklin Hank. St. Louis. Mo. The ilexrllneti to be connected In any way Jointly representing n wholesale and re- Mr Ward Is n veteran In the fish InIn connection with thodrug trndo they and arocmmodatlng method of dmng conservative manner In which the busl- - wlth prosecution. Ills ability nsn bus- - lull establishment. dustry, having been fiv jears engaged pemte one of the finest soda fountains In tho various departments a corps of in Hint pursuit. Ho has charge of the It Is represented at the businesH hnvo drawn the lust class of nets affairs of tho bank are managed, Inessrnaiilsfchown ItHliespIcndldi finann Kentucky. ciiHt omers Illcknmn and vicinity affords.. Im-the splendid character of Its executive cial house the Hickman bank, of which .nblo lepresentntlves ate found, num- business nt the Inko and also looks nfter Vad counter of tho establishment, v mercantile by iliately to the right of Clinton street Their ono aim and object Is to pleasj tinkers, together with tho flnantlnl ho Is president. Tho nek of this fidu- bering iimong the list urn Miss Lizzie tho tompnny.establishment operatedand Tho henilquurters Is. worth $l.f0 nr.d' not (Ionian, charge of millinery; 1'. I) e. However, it Is not thomag-- i iiml satisfy tho public tltmnmU and In standing, tho responsibility and num- ciary Itatltutlorv mum Is loomed here single dollar's) worth for nale Mr. timer, bookkeeper; T I' Marshall, John mainIsolllce of tl.e concernLedford & Hog-gepresided over bj iflccnt fountain, tho benutiful mar-b- it thlH they tire successful, as their grati- ber of officers nnd stockholders makes a Helm, snlesmcu. nnd n very unassuming gentleman Ilognn nnd Hubert ono of our most enterprising linns. slub counter, nor the finely polished fying trade testifies. While their stocks It n favorite with tho public. Iltislr.ess Tyler Is Mr. Mnishnll Is the bead man In the dry looks nfter tho business appurtenant cs Jointly associated with of goodsureexteedlngly nobby, yet their men nnd Its aimy of depositors are Im- with nn Irreproachable rhnrnctei, sym- goods nnd clothing deinrtment Mr. Iln- - Mr. Uilfotil A private telephono bued with a feeling of confidence as tn pathetic in nature, a mnn among men gan nets In tho siimcmpacity In thogro. principally the fountain, augmenting It In service, prices are not only reasonable, but connects their business hero with low. Taking the dry goods lis future) and look upon It ns being as He Is Imbued with n progressive spirit eery anil hardware department. In the t lint presents the magnetic charm, thnt thnt of tho Inko, facilitating tho llrm IIUHlIieSS BIICUtlKI f UIPSFC'SSIOIl III HUB mnnl. In 11,.. urn- In on.! him il,in wo find on tho counters ill solid as nny Institution of tho kind is responsible for the concourse of ens- - department lllr.btn .... ....... j !... l.ic. nnu. In to fill orders on very short notice, unil I ... n m.i.ii ft. ... His brnut'lful feel proud, as it Is one iiiioa ji.m I. i.e.to bo tho business they transact is enormous, of very fow turners that dally visit the counter, but tho latest effects) In dress goods, both tho btnto. The homo of tho bank on bundling up Hlr.kmnn. In towns that hnvo no claim Tho firm members are Ward, Ledford tho delicious refreshments, comprising .fetaple nnd novelties. The most recent Clinton street Is In keeping with tho home, n cut of which Is heio shown, Is e acre tract of to tho term city. Tho mammoth slacks and Hoggers, & REEVES. of temperate cnncoctlonr, patterns In silk and all drees trimmings, chnmcturof the institution. The build ululated on a twonty-flvtho entire list SANDERS , tl.nf ...v ilfntrn fpnni fnttnla i..f... iuuiiio .....I nn ..,,.. ....1.1 1Q. tUlll tl HHIISIHHjII HHiiiH HHIIF1V7 JHKfMB at j pt ""' l 1 -- . '& .nniL two-stor- y wehe ssssr r,icJHj .:....., V. nt - i - flrt-clafc- !!?"'", .. """"" 1"l first-clas- . - e d. J pur-pose- s. ...,.,.i, IIepuPp0 nrvf I r - ... K' ,, """!'' h, atj I ... ... T ,. ''"""'' """'"""ru,"K""' 1 .iri Ger-ima- - j j, :.r - wv ! mm' Am r Ilcr-ende- s, y ; i .ilalalalalalalalaWilalaKJilaHklaHPZrHjtla. ....... ....... V pre-sl- ' ,.,.,., "" ,u1sVK"bbbbbbbbbbbVibbbb i .i... re ? " ennt-nlnll- r self-wil- I A ' 1 ipai -- a -- yiii5 J erri 4. gre-olr- r - '- ilPT a. s .i. rert.nfd . s to-da- bus-Ine- repr-rrtnllv- e Mtck-ma- n mt . s Anmk-ItiIoi- onse-quentl- P-- ny BtWlBHBE aKnKfBhPHS' f fVpi pGhLKsmbkbbbI prn-'i-nii- ) 1 1 A- ' bVVRMI$' s bbBS?'? fdlh fli .KIs, I , st iP lift ILLkd tvg1?! gro-ter- y wkfewa UsHltt'lWlJtf4 (l.'yjjKH one-stor- s vmxvwmm IbbbHb'v ' - sAbGbHbbB inlcikJKBVBWjBBBBBBBBB viHiMBBHttBBBBBBBH n ser-vlc- .i t , -- . iki.iinijiiriJTTTiriTT- -. n.MnjtwiiT"tm ir'i) :i'; .m.SUl1XMimiW'yvmifmi9timtA m-:'my- i - T ruled by nlilllty. engendered tiy n splr-- I It f ambition has beconio a factor of tio llttlo Import. Dr. Davidson wag botn and reared nesir Dyer. CIIIion county. Twin. Ho took up dcntnl study In the year of I8SI. beginning In tliu olllco of hl nnd progress, res.-elx- BJBJBJBJBJBJBBJBJBBBB'' i in BJBBBBJ ws5as' 1 HICKMAN COURIER SPECIAL EDITION. Mr, SwaymoBMIlodhoieii t nmaklngprmorlptlon filling n specialty! nnd It Is doubtful If thoro I another drug concern In Wost Kentucky thai a. morn Illiornl pntronngo In Mil direction. I'ersoreilly h In KIP Ja"H C. H. HUBBARD. M. D. Omo of lllckmnn'a MostSplon- - illd Cltlzons. . 3F n burn in I.m.l I)r llublmril. Pr burg, Mas. I Xt 21. iUTi lie In .iron of tholatn Hex Kbeiieczor llublmril who THE BATTLE SHIP "KENTUCKY." nettled here In JhSl. lm ow lib h time tbr high school, niplcy, Tcnn., when four WAR AND COMMERCE. HICKMAN COLLEGE. of Hubbard has been IdPiitinn) 'TlHE HAND OF FRIENDSHIP THE MEDAL OF HONOR. noro yeat s of school service waa placed with the town of Hlckmnn In her comTho Hickman college building a mns-lv- o to hln credit. Tho Milan high school, rnr h.nd that r. warm. tlrrn Are tame of the .iryl iccl.tl life lir Hubbard pile of brick and stone, majestical- Milan, Tenn., was tho Wf In Wlilch next in order to klmI antl ready; You Mar Srt lt. No matter what dimosltloti I inmlo Br., I a graduate ol the Jclicrhon mod ly crowns the greatest cnvlmns of the Lo benefited by his service, concluding Of nil decorations in tho gift of tho city, of tho I'liilippim. Ulanila, it i safo to Give mc the hand that is calm, true Itnl college. I'hlhidelpbhi, Pa. However rhoro It Mantis Impnntive to the his associations with this school after Uultccl State government thcro i ono Miy that the I'liltol Stntca not fail and steady; (light of time. Imposing and client, an an elapse of he did not apply hlmrolf to .irttinl prac tho very thought of which rouse n conthree years, and nt the to iim) thein fur tho advancement of our great length of time, retiring commercial interi-MaThis government Give me the the hand that will never nmlnu flro in your heart. Isn't there? auxiliary to a noblo work, a work that time of accepting a position with th sumo ev- Until ni'dclnl active vocation It H tho medal of honor. Thcso aro 'tlmo lUclf lantiot efface. It any to the Hickman colleges. The faculty of this eaiiunt fail to k-- tho importnnco of tho deceive me ; , eraljeaMngn. Amui Joseph McConneli of tho ways in 'which yon may world, wlMiln theso wallatof mine the M.i.uu as n baho for tbo cxixiniiion of . u. ciiiinrFKRr.ni t.i pnni.i Svcjiic the gr.ip that I maybc- - fomo got it. V.ittlut- - fl11 flr.wa of youthhood Is trnjiiecl to Blinref talent, Hiibbanl, In now a lending practicing imr itmrk'nt In tlin nri.inf and their material worth 'la of 3 Corry yonr wpunded colonel or cap-tai- n your respoiifclblllfV. It sa)g to society, thce. lt flliI (0 llotl ,Il0 tecct ni;OTrwiou-- w, )iyU Ian ol lllckiiinn Dr Hubbard, . Incalculable benefit to .. or cotnrndo off tho field of battle ( .frmiiMV nlul .Intmn I n.l.r-n- . palm of the dedicate;Pr.. row n Hide in n beiiuutul home II jour sacred advocation Is in) fundn- - 7i,0Be who are a8FWatC(1 Wth prUf. II. til., (llr.u.t l.ii. nf tlm nivinlrnhu.ril nf 1 ;.:..: .'";.: iiiihu f rwoman ; mental law, and through Its endowment cheek aro as below: Mis Anna Khr. the city envlrotUMl b) nil the comfort ',..;..,.. .. iiiiiiiiiiigi-in K.iii.i c.iiiiiiH-ium- i of life. HI farm, the oHI nnd Ittxurh-jthofo that drink from my harbored cup1 on, seventh nnd eighth grades: MIsa Tho civilizing force of tho next ecu- - IUrd is the hand of the rough, mile from of knowledge goes forth from my doors Hattle Wilson, fifth and sixth grades; liouiMNiid two and tnrynro certain to reach farther into Sturdy nlouchman: tho interior of this vaiit empire, nnd tho (It)'. I one of the inoet beautiful in Wen iiiteu ror tne higher walks of life. Miss Lou Ramage, fourth grade; Miss So(t Pa,m or hard hand it matters whero itlon goes tho want and clerRymen'a rOtrotU. tint county. TliU it siancs there unostentatiously defying Mattle DeBow, second and third grades; not never neceniitle of man nro increased, Amcr-- I forth t a. .m It bj ItevHiibbard. who In now n name Riu-itho savage stormo of decaying jears, a Miss Dora Smith, first grade; Mltr Neeta icamnhtlKjitiftiiofitioHtohavonshnrofGivemc the grasp that is friendly" llln olll.e aiu.rinii 'btneon to mankind, an object lesson of Johnson, elocutionist; Miss C. Delia 'built tho tlno old bomcMeml. colonial In "lie research in Mipplyiug tbco wiiiita. Tltcro I if 1 i Bfchltecture, In tho yonr of IS15 It li nro found In tho second ll.K.t of b "X 1 H t -Its teachings. Hnrter, music. In oveiy department the I 1 ready n cieciiieci ciemanu ror American l Ciiw-Rl& diwjjlll dniR at .in iu' og kept In flri-i-lrcwlr No For the past four eare the Hickman watchword Is thoroughness. The only gocxli in tho runt. It i but a cinestiou Give me the hand that is true to a Urn of tliuu when America will find In nro allowed ti be inad that would in tvx eplendld nMnn and nn im)ry collego has experienced a wonderful re- avenue for tho student to pass along brother ! sny wa alterate the orlRtnal dralRn fncltiR OHnt.ai trci4 are ui.i Tin China tho market on tho cuperation, each year, in regular order, the line of promotion, Is to become mas,vc:me ,he ha"d that has harmed for her breadstuff and other fool prod- wmiheru parlor are fiiriiili-lu It 1 a typlral showing a better percentage of attend- ter of tho under studies, tho reward of j uct. not another; t.rusehome, a curio :n In general IcsIrii, nnd tloor la with hm ance, and a greater number of gradumerit, that awaitathe ttudent on comIf wo .10 tho fortune of war to our Give me the hand that has never t ItiK. It Is carpet. Antlinii--iAt. plctureiiie at It ) aea elrei ates. It 1b our pleasure to give Prof. J. pleting a full scholastic course In this hlghi-x- t commercial advantage, tho bo. j atorlea hlp.h. nnd rtill toil olllco dek. along w i i;i a framo one and oiie-bdC. Cheek and his nble corps of assistant splendid school Is the enrollment of (foresworn it ; ginning of tho next century will find :np with a broad porch extondlnR acrotlie hotatered clmfra and divan tctchers, tho credit for its high excel- his or her name as an honorary member our trado Hiprcmo in tho orient, tho Give me thethc hand that I mav n ftltlr.) front. Heavy wood, column uj- - Uio furnlturo representation lence. The plnclng of Prof. Cheek at of the Hickman college alumni associnun., n,lnri iiiu iiiiui-t'iifuii u " tho South American republic. port tho porrh roof adding Rraro to tta iwrlor proper The oimtuiuib "n ation, a social organization with none tho head of this institution waa a I V.A rtrtL-rr.t lli 1.1. I llvi-alt- r ml ti ,., a elegantly furnlli.l w- o Tbo Interior I na oqtlH K" J't..lM Ul 1W ancient irramlrur -- MILL circumstance, as the splendid re- eligible to membership save graduates. IntercatlnK a tho exterior (a unique the nddltkni of line automn'i. ilm a sults testify. He is a thorough schol-ar- y Through this association life's happy NO DANGER IN CUBA. Tho riMinaarw arrangcnlfo a to Rive fine cltalra, and tho InrRo line of o.-- u gentleman, and has instilled a con- - school clay dream Is perpetuated. Long fUglyyihe hand of the workman o'er teiiUIaiton and comfort, tho coiling ae appllnticea, nil nhowltiR the adu-lidence and respect iu tho minds of I. Is after, when tho step Is less elastic, and Till. XVrit In.llnn Tlitnka Snldlrn m Bml r. la'den; tho eye Is dimmed by tho hurried Might rather low and they ara cclle.1 with tan 'tho Jftt.Mt Introdurtlon. mnkliiK iUc associates, harmonizing the Thrre u t Camp lllark. Lovely or ugly it matters not mnlern In every IMrtora etith-eluiiibcrthrouRlmut A i arrow reml-clrHaving spent much timo in Cuba, a of all, for tho evolution of education. of years, when tho dark month of night i he prnmuientl) distla)rd fow facts from mo may help somebody. "Jiever Tho fctvoratory ailjolna Uie oiirrntliiR Ainoiig elo atnlrway leads from the main hall He is rigid In his school training, kind, cast deep shadows on long ago, the dot'room, and (a tho aeon of itiRcnulty tn mik-Kwe imiiii in,! fall to notice tholr The ellmnto doe not vary much nil the Give mc the emm that is fricndlv age of old age will fade away before the to tho half atory above Hint reprefeiit yet firm inhlstullng. round, forever '. toiileniInf:chambct. They are realrd boUi applteBroa nnd line work A watei excellent c toot lun of stationery alotiR yeardegrees as tho thermometer 70 to His administration has been one of ono grand parorama view of school Iwth in .fnnunry and July, . Hko the lower room and aro ventilated motor power ! uw.il to run the tallies, with their Inrpe lino of bonkn and the 00 marked advancement. Tho latest meth days, kept green by bonds of friendship, but the heat I more humid iu summer. G,ve me ,1,e grasp that is honest and by twowlwlowa each, thoglnwof which and drill, and Ita mcvhanlgm nnd ad- iqlcndld nrm of outdoor sporting The mit medal or noson. ods of teaching baaed upon scientific crystallzed by the good offices of educarainy season is now on, or should hearty under a fierce flro from tho enemy. Lift nrc, enininvp,! t CxS Inrhfa uar. At I ho rear of the Juatmenta aro wtrJi Uiat unifonnhy rcoiIh. audi .is bi.se ball suppllc. lish-Ir- be. nnd it min on tho north si.lo near-- 1 To augment tion, as they turn back the faded pages Free as ,hc brtczc aml untram. a shell and destroy tho fnso or throw it urlnclnals tackle and tho ninny crcatlo- - for ly every day, but not neci and drink anew from the perennial luHifo forming a backgrouHil it. the row rvlKn upromc. At Uie operattnK chair lho gludontB ,n thelr 6tuaIe3 he moroi " into water beforo it explodes amid a rncled by party of cabin hott.ee. servant quartera now by tho utic of a ) imuge on the tloor tho amusement of children 1 he) alio than n few hours, nnd then dries quick-building a splendid spring of youth, theremlniscenceof ear'n00011 packed masi of gallant soldiers. Get as In time of pence Leforo the civil war the drill machine cac be rcRtilated to deal extensive!) In wall inner, nut leg ly. The streams rise Ktiddenly and bo--' Let friendship still give me the grasp water for wounded nnd suffering men lll,rar'. containing wotkb of standard ly associates, reapers like the slderlal any ieed and run lo ottluvr rlRht 01 It one cf tbeit sperini offcrlnR. lint come Impassable quickly grand old home Is the central This h becomes her; from a well rakoil by a deadly flro, authors and a general array of Inform- - fire of heaven's bright gema and this I Infantry march tuba moro . . lib left. In bia prhe4lre, he employs all the ttrlck patterns find sale at this place, thnn n fow miles n day in tht season. of a bertliltrul campus, studded e 5 "utes of FightofT three or moro of tho enemy at Ion on school work. Prof. Cheek was concluding verdict wll ever be a happy . nt wonu'Ied ofliccr; born In Paris. Tenn., Aug. 27, 1851. His tlmo well spent. st lit el) plms ash and marb. whose latest method, extract teeth with lecun the Aim being the exclusive agenta for say from 5 to 8 o'clock in the morning', '1rcr i .,,.- iVt21?er It is needless for us to say ....... bough interweave mid cloister the au poHilo pain, makes specialty of high Hickman ,.v..v.., ....... ,uu...iU.uui,uuiu rmntmww iianu mat is true to a Turn a retreat into."" UUY "u,i rua- - rudimentary education was received in The asosclitlon is jet In Its Infancy rally and taken and Is composed of only young people. tlqtio structure with shade and shadows Brt crown and bridgo building, nnd In that the cash book store U one of our oo wttti mounted troop principally. bfbther7 fort with en , v.iiii lllll i .u. IH1 'i th0 I'arlB . local school. The greater per- . . .. 11IU orninary toft a tho nc onbe.ims of the king of tnaklng full seta of teeth us" iJtlier most splendid stores, sustaining ttaprp- - rever is not, ciatigerou Uon of nls library training, however It Is a representation of HI:kman's beauIon. has boon nbandoiiV .1 ive'rnethe hand that ha i vvTonc L'ght laxlng this aceno of enchant- - .rubber aluminum or gold for plates The uiarlty by thcextentof acqunlntnnce. It precautintiK. Tho road in .' utterly bad ?auio not another; captured llagVitigio handed wua aainea mrougn instruction of a, ty, a striking example of nobility, cul- mostly nitilu in ment wo pan along a driveway Bnd aluminum seeing to posseM virtue that o.uple a commodious brick building, and matter of juiIih U tho hills. artrjaapntly bit palm or hard hand- nnm, private tutor. Prof. J. L. caEe, a grad- - ,ure aud reflncrnent- - 'I'hey have assld- Tho ilnh not understood uoualy acplled tnemseives in school shown In this edition ijAx,iK A - nf.. promenndn w lib rows of maple on elth- - wl" oventihilly make M Uie unherrcil a cut qf Which nrin nr iim ro.nn..u ,.m 1tfr,ft' herrt. " m.wuo jfe,."-innii sliniilil l.!ivn rr v iau. He corit Ah. racrlt tDe nBher er aldn to the llublmril tirlt.ite burial favorite At regular tntprxaWi three ll.UInd theJ ..counter we find Miss Hettle unlfonn. pleted his education In tho NiUonalNo"r? ;ay-nnl or "karkhl" fa M . oin A ., .J IB. In .IH it Ha ( I 1I'II.U It. ""'' I'HY- il II iWUmiWWm.iiw.wi.1iii 9 imd&Oatmawmt in lilt i umAwi' isiiBifwiiliUnWi'.iliiiiit.ii 'AMwaaMVMttTaWMBiil . . i ... . I valor tllTUfoora general. Per. Splko with- Inokft nfttr tlu u.initt .f best, r.inl dnnblo soled luots high in nn i bi.s soared to m rnetiiale the mem- - ,,l, ,OBB r np'iwvina Ml ute mi has diligently applied fctar"llnS Ir society.' The college is a i oui mo support oi urciuuiy anu nnaer , 'rnsoir7TWhe avocation To asalm him I)r J i iintmnem of bl liual-iee. .v f il.n. ul,n kio to protect from insects nnd snake. ih tm.iiii..l of teaching. chartered Institution, and Its Interests tho eyes of tho enemy n cnnon which .. rK The Wlnilow'a giadiiali- from Van Light cotton underclothing should al garden Hla "rst wPrk ,n thls flc1'1 was ,n the Is guarded by a board of trustees. tbel' last tiTieettnl home The O S'ulib devotes tho fol they might turn upon your mates. A London way be worn. This i luixirtant, ii:m C. C. Smith, chairman. J. W. Coxvgill, He. like desperately wounded man's Public schcils of his home county Af- , scpiare em losrd by derbih. act an nsulatant imetrrv I 13A each man should lmvo txxo suit of it lowing lines iu uiu jwrrot on tun Wins i Dress a EMERSON BROS. ' - thiirntigr In Ms pint, s Thomas Dillon, Jr., secretary, John a beaii'ifui pbttcrrrd imliitaiitlal lion called to tho SjiiiiarcU to hurts under flro of a battery. Recaptnro ter servinrf five years In this capacity low which ami two pairs of heavy woolen socks, ) Sanders. fence Inal.le ihl cmlimure Is a spruce slim Sochi y as well a commeri-lnll") "lu ww) "um as euueatov ne tock cnarge or the Hunt- - Stubbs, W , H. Haltzer fight in " "' Wost Kontucky Tolophono during tho rw-tA "poncho" is useful, being n light "como on He I a Dr D.wldft n stands high ur uu r ami iwu a oKiiiu and H. C. Ileckman. juur Ingdon, Tfiin., high school, dlsccntlnu- - II. V Urex-ardhedge fenci- 'bat forms a perfect wall engaged rubber blanker, withn holoin thoceutcr. which that little craft Company. overwhelming odds until help arrives. Theso aro gontleman whoso attainHigh on tbe Window ' conn) jr tow'r to cover tho shoulder in rain and tho around a Husre of a hundrid feci, the member of t he Knight of Pytfiia ami Pltlon of four years to ments strictly acocrd with the hlirh no- Defend a hospital when in an isolated lnB at th societies, and Is altui an thacluuiH nf luittlo luw'r; Masonic so--igreater Im- body when sleeping. Tbero In no ot factor cf burial grounds Nattint. auli-- b art has position and transfer tho sick nnd a(ccP' a similar petition In he Klpley sltlon they hold. lithekt with unclinntflni; cje I do not consider that a snldicr in made tht one of tbr inoM beautiful active workc In the Interest of pushing portance to he city of Hickman thnn Tlie ahrlrklnK ahrlla around lilm fly; )oitiolls xvhilo wounded to sheltered i under any greater risk than nt Cnbn Unmox-chj dangrr, Krandljr ilm Telephone Com tho Wert 5.'.000 Htcknmn fmward. Is an active tneni-lIn all Kentucky. exposed to a raking flro from tho en Ho brax-i-fou'a lctrurtho harm, the llutducss Men's as- - pany. This compar) Is a Joint asftocln Camp Illnck a far as ordinary condiof tho tins lieen expcfidcd on this 136 fool lot by KorahoweJ white font!ior,tl.oURli hla breaat omy's nrtillery. If a fnrt or other post Ilia rtatdeare l rcpregentnl rton of ,irnte .orimratlons thut ojier- - tions go. Having seen many nbsunl Bomu thri-- or four irchanco tion won from the enemy is iu danger Dr. Hubbard Towering monuments stntements made, the nbovo m.iy e.irrect Kor evin alocixil to turn ttio tail of recapture, maintain it single handed ami numerous pleccn nf sculptured art anioug Uie be.utttiui roproantntRma luai ato In Hickman and the West Indun in Ttiat kcjit him ttalanroj en the mil. crroncKius impressions. New York Wmld. amboll-igtin- hill at tho Kick of Tlure, whllu hla jilumn trlumnhrnt abone, near by town. Clinton, Kulton nnd Kexv York Herald. In puro white marble, approjirlntetothe Hoilarnl llio Hpnnlah hwta "Con.o cnl" of Hickman. Ma) field; Kenyieky Ily the memory of the dead, mark the resting A War rrobleui. And howhn thna thn foetcan darM, companie subscribers in INDIAN DEWEY CELEBRVTION of the-sI pain-while flowers of nearly every "Jim's writ home," said tho old gentie who tlm common dancer ahaml, either town enjoy the erxlc of the Waa Jack tho Rlpprr dirla'enod so kperlea known totbotlnrUt world retgu tleman, "that ef tho xvorst happens to to Ci.niinrinrH Wltnslon Hy Vunlcre snllora Ion" go FISH. ,H Yfi&F' others without nny additional charge to Klxtrn ManillH hy n Trlbra Dajt I rat. him xvo must keep his gravo green, but In ctid'cM profusion Near tho center mte Tlirrf. A almple jmtrot nothing rore thc'M) blame recruits tnimpin by has for local During the wrof 1S97 htnllstlc show Uio regular monthly m garden mid earthly home Who wiitcli tl, and, llkn a sailor, twore. of this flower The Snoiiomish Indians have invited BBBBBBBBBH xxhtch In e'o exceptionally loxvthat K other trile to Join them in holding of friends that hne patted nwny la an tlto csitrfi and anlo of lltdi to have been Tlint parrot has won I is n.edal n kilt otr all tho grass, nn I'm in n elileui a great celebration of Dewey s xirtory surely as nuv of his messmate. Now ma to knoxv xvhar tho grccn'll come of climbing rotca. woodbine nnd In Uio nolghlKirlioMl of 1.000.000 pjunda cvonthosoin xcrj limltcdielrctimbtanccs aibor ' from." Atlanta Constitution. ovcrgrrrn, cm plug lines, emblematic The express rompan)' nloro Imcd.ed can well alTord tho service of a 'phoro nt Manilla on tho Fourth 1 1 .lulx Tho York Hun." aud invitations havo lntn nam 10c) 'phonctt In of tho bcauttlul story of llfo In death A 633. 2i9 pound, lomj nothing of wagon At present tin re is about being jkt prejiamtloua aro going fcrx .nl on a a umde by freight iuw ni Hickman, tho rn Alplno Cammttlr. spclnl untcr works, modern In detail, track and The lloj. of tl.a "1)1.1 Sod." mamnioth scala Half a tmi-pngar CO for dwellings, $2 fiO for busTho Alplno cafiualties of ISO" are Count the Irish names in the lists ol bn befii orertei) IlrI.Io the first enilos-uie- . Th returim from llsh fiold during the motitfl II 1" mi's nuo txx'o ton ami each of flour, on a )car will In all probabilities reach iness bouse. $2 for olllco service and beef havo Ikvh coutr.icteil for ami aro to summed up in an interesting article iu tho volunteers published in the nexvspa Tho tnt'k Is steel and U Dauphtno. Thiity three climber per- pcrs. Tho Irishman comes to tho front bo delivered at Snohomish on .Inly .'. brick foundation and Is about M ftvt $50,0(10, a great ptrceiunge of the llsh J3G0 for combination scrxlce of resi""Jmm Tho gathering of theso 10 tribes will illed, nbont half of xxlmm, it is worth quickly whenever tho country calls. Ho LVaVaVaBaBaWi The owners and high. This feeds the fountnlus In the handled waa of the gamo family, such dence and tuirtnevs SbBbHSbBBBbBBBbBbi JC single excursionists maknoting, is a born patriot and brave tighter evt.Ty BBBBBBH JaKT garden, nnd also furnUhes water for as blai k lift, or trout unci erapple managers of Uio business here are the bring together at least 4,000 Indians for ing their t a guido or time. Mnrtha's Vineyard Herald. without a thrco days' feast. The progtuu.4..o r.im.rsoii Ilros. II, T nnd'T. C. They are During the ycnr of IS32 tlw- exprew o a sprinkling purpiww. A tuwrby woll will include, a sham baU'le Utw.cn tic even a eoiuiKiuioii Only ono climber A 2Ilmmcr. hustlln-joudk men, txvo fleets of canoe named after the ves recoled!i2I.I7J iKitindu Hickmnn each lost xx ho had u guide. Klght of the the tank, water being pumped to A Cincinnati man has written a txvo ruccess-fuIn '.Iwxlr business nnd render seU. in Ltxxey's engine. Dr. Hubbard lias ciulto a number cf rellnble dealers It by 1 tho Sjutnis'i .'13 wcro killed by avalanches. 3 by falls bBBBBBmIH. i fleet ntnl to Admiral Doxvey. Dear felloxv, R BjarBrBrBrBrBrBrBrBBrBrBrBrBrBrBBrBrBrBrBBrBrBTBrBrBrBrBrBrBrBV !! on public a tervlce thcit- la highly b BrBrBrBrBrBr tow mil of stones 8 by slipping on snoxv, licet. Kuril trilie is spends much of his time at this place In (lib, of whom we sptuk of iu special the step. It Three ierislicd iu Doxx'ey's inoxoxx'as not a two grass and Hi on rex-MIm Mnttlo Carpenter Is thelr the exiHiiMs. Kxchaiige. wns a hop, step and jump, landitig on and Is cotiMta.it ly crilenoring to fni nr4clelsowhs:e In ihiBceMUon. cruvasscs. Txxelveof tho S3 xxero Swiss, tho Spaniard's cervical vertebras. St lllckman operator The exchange !n loher brniillly It. which tcims to be a TONSORIAL PARLOR. 8 Austrian, 0 (jcrmans, 3 Frenchmen Lord Tlirrn Monti. ' SrHrrli. cated on th second HiKir of the I,. P. Paul Glolxi. A trunnt on problem of ImiOMdbllll). Crcuker should remeinlsT that tho and only I F.uglishmau. & Co buildilng The leading barber of Hlckmnn Is W , In superb style cleanliness being an iu- T. T. SWAYNE, tho fat in spends n part of each day at A Hint t tlm Hoard. war xx ith Spain wn not !10 days old V. crow ell, the proprietor e.r tne i.e- - Jcct point and guarded with care. The When tho board of strategy is In the remetciy In order to keep It in perMay So. They might until Wedne-daDrtiKK'st. He has four rroprletor is ,i thorough, practical bar- Herd of Itoun.l the Cornrr i:yra. e'.ede hotel barber shop BOO EVANS TO HIS CREW. ilso in mind that it look Lord Nel ...... fect condition. The old fnrm with Its rM... TT o.lllUS madu a mistake doubt xvliat to play, lot it follow the been engaged In this profcssl m her, having had many years' experience, Hickman, with her arm) of excellent Killl' Ullll.tl rulo and lead trump. Nino times out plcturrrque environment!) Is n magnet llrlrt lint 1'nlntpil l!rll.rl. .mi tl.K T.k miii three mniiths to Hud tho French len tpVufiiH'd to accept cross eyed re of ten this practico will carry tho gainev. In Hickman, coming from West I'olnt. Ho Is a social leader of his race, a moro- commercial repreaenlatlom indeed licet ill tho Mediterrancaii, tin tl tho Car . llrfuri. of beaut) that draws to It vihIIoth from nits for the navy. Onoof those fellow '1 he cut accompanying thl Mississippi Denver Times. Ler of the .Methodist church, a member woKlt) of nny Intidmion atotir hand nnd iblviin sen is a larger sheet of water K. O. Hruei) of Now York received a ilel just lUHiut hit Unit bji.ii.isJi licet all parts of the courry. A WsUtolllck-ma- n article clearly shoxvs the character of of Grand United Order of Odd Fellows nmonK tln enilro lls.i tlutt romposo the letter, dated May 19, from hi nephew, Dhieagn Is nlua).i teniinl Incomplete If a 'limes lnlr7 tho shop. Tho patronage cotielsts of the nnd tlm Kreo and Accepted Masons. He JL JL lnnnv visit lo the clcrg)tiien'K retreat I not eHptlptnent wo find none moro worthy' who is on Ileum! the lown, which gives laltittainpco,,,e at Hlck,"r- wll undo. During thn summer mouthp Dr. of "" ls a K00'1 "' mcrlte the potion- no.e tlmn the drug store un- this sjieecli of Cnptaiii Kxiin to hi A well known man- -a staid and so - Vcr' best ami Mrs. Hubbnrd with Mr. M. A. Hall. der rex lew The proprietor Is In mancroxv "Men, I liaxo n fcixv xvonl to Miy. loud ln PralRC of lho splendid work nnd ago ot tho citizens of Hickman. He ls rlous bank manager was passing bv Mr. Hubba'd's mother, mnke the farm ner Flunking, a lllckmniii product, hav- - It I rciMiittil that the Spanish fleet, tho Liverpool town hall when ho noticed treatment received at the hands of the veil knoxxn In the circles of traveling their homo, the old house being oxer mid thrcni of four crui.-i-a xxell dressed man harrying towuid rroprletor of the shop and those here- - men and to him they give much of their fiirnlshnl and nwaltlrg their arrival. Ick resided hero alnce twonndioiie-hai- r ' turpi do destroyers, nub d lit Ctimc-nCastle street. They reached it together, tains ns assistants. Hverythlng Is kept trade, Mrs. lliitiii.tr I I a sttong pchncnto of motitlm olrf, Tenne.M-- being his natal nnd am going to to break tho ntteiut I and then the young man looked nt him v'omnn'H ilgbta nnd hr. dlstlugtilshcd state. HI early education' was rwelxed bliK.ki-.dat llavuiia or Ciei.fuego nt with a nervous start herself Iu thl spluiilld cause nnd the in lllckmciu Caealry llnr.i-i Demand. leaving them to nil liaanl. Wo haxe gut to stop thein, REMEMBER THE MAINEi" "Oh, sir," ho gasped, "will yon timpernuc3 cuuse and was prime miner purcha-iu- g agents "Tlie matriculate with tho Vauderbllt mil- - and in older to stop them woioit catch plc.-in excluding whisky from Hickman. call my friend for me? Sho is nro having n hard time of it to obtain them. To ciitch the:i xio lu.vo lo tutuItiicrlptlou Xlu.t Not Appear on Hard xctH'.t)'; a. .Vahhvllle, Tenn., graduatltiK crowing tho street. I I lmvo lung suitable horse1 for tho service, " '.u t.n fast us, Tack or Othrr huppllra. In plarni:ic)i from this famous college ble the co.ll mid proxiri-iutrouble nnd can't shout" said Mr. I). W. Ivins of Montaun nt tho Tito iH'oplo of tho l.'uitrd Tho secretary of tho navy ut tho reS. K. DAVIDSON. with the close of "i.7. On returning to p issible. The elderly man looked xxluro ho Wellington. sJtatis eviK'ct n gocnl deal of tiilj t'eet, quest of several religious and philanKiiiicJ. and sure enough there was n HickiiMti ho lininuUatcly etulmrkcd ic ' csn'cially lho Iowa. Wo Dontist nnd SurKOon. "Thoroughbred nro not oxactly whnt will teacL tho ha young woman xvith bright feather iu aro x anted, for they nre not suited to thropic organizations nt drug biinlncMt the grea. vr niuouni ot el Knorgy In tho profession of dentistry tho d brute nnd blackguards a Ionsoii tho contractors tliat havo lieou her hat just crossitig tho road nt u brisk cax airy neesls. Thoy have generally been ns In nil other occupations proerly dls-pi- lila capital Mtock being an Intrlcatn they xx ill nexer forget." faruiihiiig hard tack for tho sailors to rata spoiled by having been trained for tho The writer concluded: "IIu !u u dan-- I id Inula lo success Success In one knowlccl-g- of nil that, pertained to com-place any deiigii or motto upon tho bis"What's her namo?" lio asked. race track ami aro moro or less vicious. c. jxissiblo. A buttle i.nd us Kiime us is iu Boston and St Louis line of buslnes in a city means more pounding tncdtclnes. His thoroiighneksi "i:thel." Tho bronchos, which abound, aro not cuit, llakcrie Hence In in till was boon rteogiilzccl by thopub-- i hatch fell on him tho other night ntnl or Ichh success In other "1'iliell" shonted tho kink manager. tho thing either for mounted service. obtained contracts for furnishing the near killing him. It knocked his fleet xx ith Imrcl bread, nud to gix-- it a The young woman with tho feather the grand airlilo forward of our city .lie and tho trado he htia enjc)cl frenu sl.oiildir out. To What tho government desire, but find ko him xvith his arm iv.is almost ncros.-j- , nnd hho dlilu't turn hard to get, aro gocxl, strong beasts, relish they stamped every piece xvith with Its tho Iiwepiiou of his lnitolt.Ks venturo in u sling nnd a game leg would put profetwlon of dentistry the tho xvonK "Homouiber tho Mainol" round. (nimble of walking the mile nil hour or present day trrlcmllk me'h-.pr.ise eleven )ato ago to the Uii bceu you in liillid of a gamecock. Wo ato Tho goexl xoplo of llostou eonsidered "Klhell" ho roared ngain. tlmo, A trotting seven for hours nt a one llliisir.itlxoof npprtH'intlon-oxiorthi guiug after tho Spanish fleet lis soon lis This tlmo sho htopix.il and looked cavalry liorso usually can ie n laid of this an Unproier method of inspiring reseutment and npimiled to tho II.. a ore Is contaltud In a brick struc-ur- e xxo nro coaled up." Chicago Post round, ami tho excitid old gentleman I'.'iU Hiumls, ami it takes a stanch horse to prohibit They tako tho f.u lug Clinton n reot nnd with dun motioned to her. to stand up to that weight for u long grounds that this I itnot a war of vengel lllnrknili.. of ttu. llii When sho ciimo ncros.s, tho elderly march. "Washington lVst, piopr-.eran lo terincd a strlctl) llttu XVk ore II..) nt tliu linmc lien, ance, bnt of humanity ; that xre aro lightif tlm Hi'nnlnnl. hank manager wns turning round to nii iiss Wr'ri- Just cniIIii ulT in lliusliuilc. Tho stock of. ing for tho freedom of Cuba, nnd not to Nan. lite tlio Italilra. ce he the thanks of the young lung trouWi ti. Illxrl)-'i- i Mini, goods carried cmlir.iio pnictlenlly Anil vlnn.l I))' tlm until. bled until, but ho had gonel Then there Many iatriotie mothers nro now nam- punish thoSpauiards for tho destrucion l usaiilly nssoclated xvith a busiVXVlii llic Ih.ji. cf IIu. wns trouble. ing their son Dewey, and ono proud of our battleship. They nro uoxv trying Ixiiidon Answers. ness of the kind. Tho pharmaenetleal of triplet all girls named to persuade Secretary Alger to give n jii Wnnre miximiH tosili lint xte riui't till the mler In muilu. stock being far In mlvanco Iu extern them successively Itcd, Whtto nnd Illuo. similar order to tho contractors who aro An KiplrlnE We hid liny nt.l ilerkeni to furnish hard tack for tho army. Wilr and selection of tho avorago drug house. of Hut xx ho ha heard of any ono naming liam H. Curtis iu Chicago Hecord. Senor Kuriijuo Caprille. Ami tluil nlnjln rl.irl.er. lung usually naeoel.ttee) with a huslnche We're Uie lii) nf lie. piirclnl MookiJk Santiago do Cuba, invites 000,000 a son McKinlo; or Hntiiin? Somo way American soldiers "to enrich our Holds the military heroes outshine tho civil of tho kind The plitirmiibiilU-atfoekt Tir tin. slrnltu'V Lcuinl'a uiiilccUliil, " Tho valiant ixiliticiausxvhcii it nt rives nt tho imporxvith tlimr It.j-'iihanitonn Will Silence Ilia lUrk. rntliir iliUiln n rnl.l, being far In ndxnnco In extent and Hut xe'tn IIUrtjV.uiiii, goxeruur is very hospitable., but ns hi tant ucMloii of a selection of names for Admitting that tlm Spanish admiral of tho avtiugo rfiiig hoii-Lima (O.) Ami uu'll atniiil lijr t!iu ituna, lcasoon the said Held is about up hi the children is "a sly dog," Sampson xvlll yet tako u lwj nf tlm l nrtful Muckade, xery ntiractlxo In iipppnr The generous oiler ciyjuot bo accepted. K. U btmitcn In Atlanta Conatltutlcn. the bark off htm. Atlanta Constitution. anco, pre?eirtlug a picture of prosjK!rII)i " Chicago itecord. "SHINE," llln-vnmHick-mercl- oin-hn- lf 1 lirotlior. Dr. H. T. Davidson, nt Dyer, inuMtorlngtho minor dotnllH ho noon engaged In dental practice. Hy close application to hi assignments anil tln eiiutu! nhiprvnnro of Instructions out-H- i ill by hi educator, ho rapidly ml- .lined to n Hklllful ilontiiit. and n good praciiic A proficient as lio may havo in 1) In- Mt. rot a college graduate, anil hi' puiilli- rntlng of hi nblllty xvas far hi (ih .mi of lils own confidence, ib of JSOO found him a k mli nt In thii famoiiH Vnnderbili I mm. in nf Nnalivllle. Trim Two laii r he graduated nnd once more utile into ho Held of practice, lie hn for ihliiccn years, practically speaking, been etiuiiiernitsl in tho lint of Hlckmnn Intuition men Ills first Introduction nnd amorlntlmi with her llfo In thin dlnvilon wa when Hickman repre sented ono of scxernl townH of a elr cuU tiint )l0 m,ie nnnunlly In nn rinle practice Poticltidlng to found (l biwlnewi he mdcrted man. It being In hit JiidRmont the most prourislng town of a number of which ho wns personally acquainted. Thai . Judgment served him right In trtiie-Ifl the line practice ho enjoy and Hs ronniHntly Increasing altitude llelng a clasnlc.il ackomr, and n grndit ato of tho south' most noted achoo' Mould In morn p.irt satisfy the nmbl lion of the nvor.iRc IblnkliiK man l It Fitim la nut o Pr. Il.ivldaon II-to bo hi Innati- - deatro to n cttwe a gtudeut of dmnisirv na whrn prriiaiiiiR to make it .t i faMlon Ily so dolnR he la - i ill- .csaf-ti1 ("oti-i'imii- nffnhlo gentleman, one calculates lo mako ami rotnln the frlembdilp with nil whom ho co imps In contact. Ho taken 'much Intcrcs! In tl of Hlckmnn nr.l Is ocr found In tho ranks of those who ntitst any lamlnblo movement, calculated to bo to the cll)'n IntereK. An n ImslcoM man Hlckmnn lt-oefnone more Mipulnr or one moro serving1 of fnvor. future-povslbllltiti a vtrji MUHbVlk 1 4HhbIwC wmBBbb bj K0tf j4 H ,l?v' ti9S3t n 9Vi3hL - - ir WILSON'S CASH BOOK STORE. In the porBinslon or Wilton' book btore, llickmii can boast ol n merenn tile house equal In selection mid vnrlct) of Rcticr.il Hlock with that of nny house of tho klml In Went Kentucky. It hns ifot a period of elRht ycnr occupied a ipioiiiliiunt pliuo In tho commercial equipment of our city, ooi keeping up with the dcmnnilfi nnd requirements of nn iietthetlc populace. They naturally iccelvo a trndo befitting to their They innko their store n iii1c7. on for everjthlnR In the book line, nl'lo from book anil tho lending dally perlodbal. maRiirlnca, etc, the) hitndlo n tock of uoM-ltlcthat practically overythlnR clatwllliil In novl production. It would be ue-le- s to endeavor to niimerato the different iih It would require ewr..l ..lulling of space nin! Mill fall ....... .. ..u ............ ... muoxui- ..ntmi.-.- . i.i.i.i.r. hi with ill ir tpltmill.l lme of ware om-brarepreM-ntalloii- -- i rh":::r;?i1:;: . &" ... ... l.iiL-lnil- J HX. - r- exi-el- l to-da- y , - - -- i td8. i tn nll n ll 1 " IJ I z) HBBTHk , gn-ato- t globe'. ni tnti-nt-- lf l ChIca.'ror I - illl.CH-IlC'niK- V t UlUL-VCill- ..:...! for-tuna- to - s 1 I I I - g . 1 ,., ob-Ji-- ' -- 3r7C ii : infnrior! ...... V ,. -l. I ; ... ... !... i.,nr ... s 1 k . .. 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The firm nf Hire r mir most snienaia concerns, anrmwucee ftVAfvt tuio-ncivj,n. ui rmjAa t,iviuvutij UJtuim.vfc ctri! rt f,xjvnj attntiiinlfr speak for their fauttnen acumen, nnd lucidly porany their thorough knowl- edge of the demand of a progressive commur.ltv Thev noei.nr one nf the nnrf h.i.inM. ,nm. in , ..i.v ., ground floor of the new brick and steel helm of Holcomb block. The beautiful plate raided or. glass show windows bedecked with fine age bogn Acalogous to their line of wares that grace their counter awl shelvlncs pre- sent an admiring picture and Is ever ths subject of comment of papers by Ir! tho cocduct of this storo the proprietors do no;, content themselves with the Idea of equaling but by systematically com. blning qualltyof the highest order with prices of the lowest ebb, they have acquired a prestige that patterns perfectly wish their untiring efforts, placlngthem In a nonpareil position among dealers in footwear ln all hut metropolitan cities Kvery grado ami klrd of shoe from the heavy brogan tothertyllsh patent leathers and tons are represented and bv their Inaugum'lon of cash the law prices are as astounding as the goods are excellent Ladles' and children's shoes are mado a opeclalty of and the splendid selection afford? customers to ... Navlor i one of . character of thnt falls to the lot of the Hickman me- -. offlces. chant. It Is a veritable e of plain Mercantlllng seems to be Innate with and orrate creations, such ns to meet hft stinw fntnUv cin.A i1A nfi.An. the every want, nnd demand of an elite . nnnw KIHTP IR r n ri . . ntf l'A I n Mllfl ... filfi "" been handed down, from father to son, , ' they keeping step with the progressive V7 ""M',1" 7 v ' ' age ever ranking among this couKrles "m ,"v high piles heavy goods most sti.1.1. mn- fr . n the rich drapery The room through- ,.' ii qu I,., i v.r. Mr bee-hiv- .i...... nml ..... world looms and such stylo thnt tven no tile hns no room to rffer his lisunl complaint. Gents' furnishings, such as fancy shirts, underwear of nil grades nnd light Jewelry, unique neckwear, kind liandker.'l lefs. hosiery, elegant new, nobby, up to date hats for boys nnd men In straw ni d theu'iial character In soft and stiff wents, r.10 well In evidence nnd ndd to the artistic decoration "f the iitore. Along with the foregoing Iipcf :hel' llr.e of gents' furnishings I oots and flics ore well worthy of note S they keep n full line, nnd Mirpnsslng In selection to many who rrnke shoe dealing a (specialty. The ladles' b.inr or dry goods depart ment Is a representation Hint readily -- ,.i., ..I..: 1- .- 1 ;.:.:. up In ,,. ,,.. iont - iiru,w ZZ', , !.,,. "V"11 A wngnincent lino of caskets nm,lrl,mnln rlnl robca. etc.. ore In nttendnnce nnd of such quality to All tho requltcments of nil. The firm IrKjHCtlilflillillllllllllllllllllH members are gentlemen well nnd nbly Mown In this vicinity, ench hav ing for a number of years resided In Hickman, and number ninonc thnse that lend material aid to promulgate the city's Interest. Mr. Stevens Is at present servlne m. the postmaster nt Hickman, his em cleniy In this direction, warrant the admiration of nil our citizens, regard less of political nlllllatlons. Mr. Smith was formerly associated with Mr 1 V Klllson In tho genera mercantllo trade, tho firm bclnc stvled Smith & Klllson, after disposing of Iks Interest of tho labor business to M- iHlllsou ho accepted a position with the firm of Haltxer & Dodd's, nnd later em barked Into the furniture trade He still retains tho position with Daittor & Dodd's, leaving tho furniture store In chargo of Mr. Stephens nnd Mr. W. A. Ono of tho Bluff Stairways. Carpenter, a representation of Hr. Smith. Ho Is an experienced furniture mnn, having had twelve yenra" school- - hours from New York nmVICnstern cities lng In a furniture factory. Holsncfth- - l0 Texas points which w I hln Itoelf Is Inet maker by trade nnd yel applies an ,,ml of Interest. If this Improve- - llrnd0- - fnr . .lgnrrrx,j.'iaja'f, fm ttM.b4lllrifWwill11mi1llim.,.li.,r"...f sukiuvt. nun W Along with Mm magnificent line of foot gear they handle furnlshlmg goods and clothing confined to a line of pant The high quality of their furnishing wares appeals to the good Judgment of 'hose who realize the value of a dollar and endeavor to get1 the greatest value Id rdurn for Its expenditure. The proprietors are each young men who havo by their stcrlln g t rat's of char acter coupled with Integrity Incentive to the rule of right, elevated themselves to their now splendid standing in business nnd social circles They each began life In mercantlllng as clerks in one of HIckmaD's older business Institutions' (II. Buchanan) and by nssldlous attention to rigid Instructions they soon developed into good salesmen that later laid the 'oucdiatlon to a successful business of their own They retain Mr. Q Threlkeld as salesman and' to him the firm credits much of their success. The flslricg accompnnvlri" cut In sn InadpqimtAwav uctr'T i r c '- -. " .ye cf 1 . the n'n'-r ,"lprtry hu... MJnVhg. BlottJtfriiri firm - o. nri pr.- - Li. uvl this line opportunities to procure styles suitable to every tas'e atdi demand lT'u Sr"" ,.,,.,. r- man 'rom a w,l1 8eopo of S0,,n,tr'' .ranging Into threo states, Mlssoirl "" "y aUDnHB Mrlctly to business -jTcnnossec and Kentucky. Tho nrnjirl Pracucmgconomj he hao fitted himself mp.ronnlltnn I" " 'ctora are members ot tho Husl) es w(,.inn. Mcnis association and are everts ttllitwipit .... . ii.ii me iiiiiire una ir minrr. tnri"" IU BJIUtliUl-- I "lliin" mnramADHl ". uie large! stores in west Kentucky or their "untiring ulated to be of benefit to Hlckmanijid efTorK We have no betTennessee Hli business find quarters ter binlnes men In our city than Ilnlt-ze- r Vulton county. In a liD"come tew briik nnd -- i --- & Dodds. rr. C. C. Smith. Mr Souter bulldinj. .rcupyius h s f'bei'd Roberts and Miss Fannie Clay .rslst the FIRE CLAYS. proprietors In cnrlng for the wants of Tho flno bls of clay ln nnd around heir customers Thoi nre nil efficient Hickman1 are of great importance nnd salesmen nnd render a valuable nld. could be turned to profitable account. The doKw' s n't simply phenomenal In FARMERS' and MERCHANTS richness The beds ealst near the earth's surface. atI are Inexhaustible in NATIONAL BANK. This bonk w as Incorporated underthe extent. Hxperta licuo advanced their state laws In 1890 nnd opened its dooM loplnlon that tho r,a5,s hro wl" n,ake for business In lSftl It does n general me imiM ijuiiiii- - ui iiie?nswnrc ana btnklng business, makes loans and whlto ware Tho peculiar speclci. I A "i I Btt v?! rSLJkx J a handle securities, buys nnd selN local especially adopted to the manufacture MW?r '"pe ofrcrs unxcel,t1 nnd foielgn exchange. Its capital Is and carries a surplus of 15.000 BK"3 to minlIfa'turers. It Is an unqS's- wuvu Its officers nre .. Buchanan, president 'Inrml .MVfc 41in ttiA LUUUlTill .1.1 n ...t ...u Ctilt..n UkltDUlG tho markets now for stswer nlne?n"unr J J C Dondurant vice president: J. A Thompson, cashier. B. It. Kuykendall to the greiiD attention paid- - toShnTtry nf.fctetnnt p.IiIa i Tl.. uireciors nre M drainage We are well favored with the ; i iiu .ii ' Its make and posswB ship-- , ' Buchanan. J J. r Bondurant. Gtorge mat ping facilities that Insure cheap rate.ion iiirviKcia, .m I Sftaw, J, W. the manufactured ward to the markets V Cose nnd J A Thompson By a glanco nt the list of officers and M. B SHAW, Jr. Erectors Its careful and substantial (haructer Is quickly established. He k p gcoF a f r ite grt und They comprise an exrentlonnl Mrmrm llo.'t rnreten s .'.iiin i.ii. fpi kin. ... the oldest . conservathe capitalists of t h fla n.iii,, .i........ ...t.. ... .. C."ntr- - U ,8 n strong combination tending ihro..L.h the h.,,!A.m- - .k,..,H he Cm door .up,ru Steam beat and electric light jhronghout the building augment '.'8 8Vera' f ,he tank canl,al the modern appmen Gcods are ' ,.1 arranged on the metropolitan depart- - "," '."St" " " and .rarmC" .m.Cn. " mem store plan and In extent embrace e in general line of hardware, groceries '"" "'"""'i Jioarc .' ... ineir vau u eud-- a . . .. .i.... . , inpi'K ci' uriy exempiines me 'lvt ,carnod lhe ru,e llmt tohd lh? problem "' : in ousiness ne lrnintiini,ni,i.j..i1' and ,, , ., v nf arp caph ' ,n ; 1? ,,- !..L " ,. .,."', T" .t... .., m ......... 1 'f var.t-JS0.0- f- .". 'r Alex-arde- r. , 11 ZZZj.'nu i.. ZZl ",DefT ' l"!"'"1 '' a "" S"",BcdS0,a11 nnJencereprinl.ss.abl.lty ''k bulId T,tr'eI 0 w, tfm vSSSy JlrtKrit'TSnlf inhui . . arodi- , Mtertil (harala H. ra ftiln- eof material benefit to all Interested. The Is a gentleman. PUfh fie " aDi0 8lcel ona for his calling the ar' of twirl .'e rutti ferm ltn;li in. nu foot fitting palace, or Cash Shoe store, has won at !lin' nml lulr.I " ,0)ck8' aumtcd by con for him a multitude of friends , , whim avocainn he appilrd iilmreif f.,i I fc) The insir ufori ! m r f the mnnj well merits any patronage it may re"ro and burslar proof is generous to a fault, tver ready to " He , ,!1, Hi me "f III. k loan n.ir. .inii . a pertbil of thre ceive. 8 nbso,,lte swurlty to ,r:inri lo'uirs lead a helping hand to the worthy and ,. . 'mir ars ago he engaged n i i ' nl c 'I at prei i,i a mfropoutan apjrar from all worthy cause. He Is a member of the ,n,M, a burtneti. he Uis Ainre folloutt! IN i' w Hnr! uo use mlirwi'h ' Free Masons, Independent Order of Odd . M. B. SHAW, L u also agent for ibn Jamra Hi Fellows anu Knights of Pyihlas secret n, ", c"aratr or the men at the helm tlln? '!irk of Union City I .tip. il,.. Operator of one of the Largest societies. In tml.lu affairs ho ... wer tnls t'anklnc rnnrom .tunotrr, . a t. is ls now gvrvlng M sixth ..r n H k taken a prominent part, Is now vice Reenter guaranteo of protection tlisn Stores In Fulton County m;itv' uifl j or and by rtolie nf hi p i . - in e strong boxes an.t lnir,ni. uuGiut-M- ) iMpiucw ui .iien s me:- u The name of Shaw Is Inseparably con- elation. His uic sons, L. S nnd Afcso- Cal In t'lfctlo; he nn hr iih n m . two LiBBBBBBBBBBBBH M. B 'look, ns8c,a,wl w"h thoman.icoih a nected with the commercial history of Shaw, jr, assist In the sore and are iomtii' During .ntadmi ii e and vau,tt- - n cl y ha reriiMTdted wood, ifu Tbe president Is or.t nf Hickman and Fultoc county. It is the regarded as excellent young business erous publlr Improveinenis men. Mr II. F. Shaw, a brother of the "'Oman's largest dealers In menhan irg .. p name of a pioneer family whoso numertlorn of coMcmlon and dtiutit liav. proprietor, is also ous scions have been remarkable for the house as salesman sflsoclated with the dlse. a representation "' ",llcn lf,uown i -... THE CEMETERY en!d Into a reality, plflotnt 'bi . in this edition. possession of those traits of character day among thow thorough v inn! The vice . President is one of Hickman's most eaolly accessible byxJtheR.W3AosJnll. man andthonrebh'ptotlielrdeBtlcaiiot 'mir that go to make up successful men and ledurntlon he sKn built to hie credit a lied An tiinjDr helms pron'i; very bent. As rltlirn we '8 c,,Uurc'1' patriotic citizens. John Shaw, father hold. v"aV 1 lnyiWfl!l!!!b tluiKoid. silter: utlng n local rate In order to mnke a 'representation of worth, well recog- - ink!- a more krerdy Irrfen-s-have tnnone tha BALTZER AND DODDS. t pr.iin. of the gentleman) whose name captions nlzwJ by the ieople of Fulton county THE COURIER HOUSE ":B?,'Mta!e ,0 the town nnJ lead and zinc uftl rf.. hi fnim In tan.- savlng In transportation charges ... tot ., auuHW .u.Dry Goods and Clothing.- citing the community's general wl this article, moved to Fulton county W. H. BALSEV. fare, a good biiNlness mnn. a moat mag lng quantities in the rugged hills toie cotton mill would thrive well ln In tho year of 1S91 ho A to the . S.U FOODS' Xfr 't . weelmrnt ip'1 Mir r rli pn'ntnl sbel from middle Kentucky In- the year of " " '"ompon, mo very efll- - south. Somo splendid specimens have Hlckmniv, She Is In close proxlmt to office of city at orwy of Hickman, w hlch nlflcent gemlemon Itips and ifiuiilers iti iiirn well represent Hickman has numbered nmong her cient and popular cashier Is In eicrv been founjLhowiiKhat tho greatest cotton flelda of the world position he nbly Altai for seven consec possessions quite a few business firms serso of the term n d with exrelltnt wares lends an air of yirt.Kaf'gftyTTleieloiimcnts!' self made mnn" T" and has moro tai.clble reasons to offer utive years, resigning to accept the office THOS. DILLON. JR. tthosostocKs.ofraerchandlscarenots'ur-lls'iiVaattrartivenrea that does nut fail lo meet tl "of Tenne'ssee was born a plant thivunny other city In tho South he now holdn He la a democrat of the pwsed in extent or variety by any town reared In Obion county' Hlokmnn'B City Marshal. Soo'y with high ndiulrntlnn by nil who may bglnnlnir "hi. Her river location and easy distance 'o old school, adhering .lo ..- - true, prindouble its size ln the state. Asbroadas association with the business School Board, Sup't Elootrlo havo tho plearure of a visit to their Te TIMBER. markets and her abundance of cotton ciples of democracy "majority rule" life home Fnrh of the gentlemen connectLltfht and Wator Works. bvvw, 11 in uii eviueni JiicKmnn in ftm ms.n..n. .. could easily be transferred here Ills ronvlctlona In regard' to the finan' uiu ne untise oner- - it is true, has been' worked extensive that BiissssPmisssssssssssssssssssssssssH BSNrJ ed with tins ((intern are thorough .fact, ns a glance through this special nted by tho president, y Hut fi.w men have gnlnrd moro popu-li.lltcial question la that of the Chicago platby boat and rail. ly from this point, yet there (work will show. Among those that are with the offlcc In practical business men nnd have or hnve mofe tlinro;ighl rlnatcd capacity of bookkeeper In thiB immediate secti' n offerlnc A straw board plant would also be an form Introduced In 1V0 Helsan nrdnt entitled to more than mention credit Is ,He accepted the position themselves to the publtr of thlseitlon by adhering to the method of dividing of ducements to wood' working Induses Industry that would meet with favor worker for tho raiiho. ...V appreciation profits with their customers established the enterprising firm of Haltzerfc Dodds. tho bank in Jnnuarv.iS35 succeeding wiat should not Le overlooked. Mllll&tn ai the great wheat growing country of which hup shnwe. In the tastrlntlng than Ins the subject of this sketch He 1 his business has existed In Hickman Mr. R. L. Alexander. That the dlrctors of feet of hardwood lumber is ii- - around would furnish material for n of officers for Ftilvm county. HI pop- Is of Irish exiiaitlon n native of Hionld thetnselvea In favor In trade circles, for tho past ten years and was styled made nn ....... . ...... . . with his father when a teaching far out Into the country trlb..nn in uiuir rnoico . c I . standing In tho forwts as Is als !a magnificent plari. The next cMenttal ularity nmong the voters of the eountv. sod, einlKr-itln. , .. ... , j cn utnry to Hickman. In connection feature demandec of. a plant of, thl& kind regardless of party affiliations and their ( blld to this glorious laud of ours I'pon Is water anil In that wo nre well predesire for a rlgldi upholding' of law in nnclilng this country bis fiulier settled n decries ihe nlso rondurt n most cx- ig a young man weil enrs with the very bee.: of r ranter al. pared to tnke care of any plant thnt local courts prompted his election, n In Hickman and the life of our subject, relleut ment mnrkfl, tho appreciation . . JHSSfSBBBBBBBBBBsi Dnd.l Jtiritrnr n, ArA, w at the mlM ,0 ,,,e "PM-IW- e unanimous verdict of approval In all fac practically spaklng. hns bien spent of lib h is sh'iw n In the extent of trnde makes water an objective pom r a wood pulp mill th- e- ,. ?.T Mt position he hH,n , nrrorded. In farm Implements and Isksisskissssssssssssssssssl Mn ,0 th """"n a ser hrlfihr opening any w hen - Thouinda acfl thousands of tons of tions of politics The record ho has lure. After leaving the rebeol room In . hardware, they dull In everjthliig threo splend.d rooms, two grand vice Indispensable, try than In Hickman, c, no error was his teens ho served an apprentlcishlp v Ita corn stalks annually go to waste In this mado so far ahoua and one second story. The lower floors of heavy uinehlnery. Hxrtirs Is ,0liml ln ucJImltCl! , eUoD and as the manufacture of !el- - modem tho people's ehnlcc. ,,...v,,.4,U,ID nnd mniteitd ihn art of mnrblc rutting. w ns aro rcrusnjzcd ns tho sa esrooms. the . .. ln vocation be follownl for n number t nlso a feature vuirthv of moretl nn luloso Is becoming an Industry of Im- naturehecnrcfullywclghfchlspolntsnnd ,n upper apartment being used as n reserve STEPHENS & SMITH. Z. m, ,. ' ," 7--" L "e ns thechnrnrterof thelrstock portance It would' be well for tfiose In n tilt with his adversary he gecorally "nr. Ab n citizen he hns ever been SSSBBBBBBMna stock depot. Thoy enjoy ono of the, "The Larcost Dn,ilnr Is such Hint It govern nil tlio rrqulre-minl- s ... . c- !t,.n. ""' ""J'"IVC "'. WB,er . . 'r. looking for sultuhto site to look up comes out victor His gonlnl wavBami prominent, nnd I nsalwavs taken ir, " ' , ,., Liiu most nlenfilnr. .mH,. (4x.vu.ucu .u jiit-r-" turn .nnVl Iviiunrii "7. nri inrtoa i rin fir inn a nui - a! nun rviirin n n e ..' wlmt ,o have to offer ....... ,.0 k.HMV0 of a hnrnevsBloie Although this w fw .... to nil has won for him n k J" "'.'"" .7" Interest In nny thing Hint represented iu L. S. SHAW. t n.9 i nltnnlii Hill. i f. . a on I- nuntu wuu most flntterlng rmcccin. 1'laln and out- - la nhni!ow of prosperity to tho town of firm has only bee" In business six years, . uur iiiiie town, numoerinir "i in ru In thA country Iibor Is cluan nn.V' 1821. He settled on o farm four mlltsl among tflelr patrons the best class of g sposen inniHViewnhehnsmndefrlenda 'Hickman. Slnco tlierrrgnnlratlonnf the Iho firm members havo hud a One of . docility does away with cliaoibj nnn ALFRED McDANIEL, sctioollng In conmierilni pursuits, being among all part-lenorths of Hickman and also began people Hickman and contiguous ter- - furniture the lareestFuUon hn v ivanyinoei 'ire lauonngclafaof str,IIJe lllckmnn college ho bus been the school stores In rHTte count mercantlllng He nleo established a corn rltory Tlio arrangement ol tho stock In conducted by Stephens here are thiltty eiough to plant gardilns Crocorlos, Hardwaro, Harnoss iLoard secretary, a position ho has filled Identified with different enterprises. & imlt it meal mill, ono of ,ho firs, indostrlesof the sal ooms classify tho ladles' and cuples the greater Mr Hogcrs Is a Tennesseenn by birth, me prcMiius'sof which enable, to tho oi:tlri? satisfaction of thepopulnrc and BukkIos. portion E. L. KING, the kind In the embrjo wttlement Rents' arw, forming n bazar of dry pretentious brick it,,.Jery SaVO much Of their earnlmwhcm.lo Tho uiium named gentleman Is In , ml,, '.. of tho ilUtrlct. In the city election the was born nnil rtred nenr Old Sharon on ?u,,dln,f: Shortly afterward he moved his stock of toods d ladles' ware, in v.. to accept n lower rato of waj.es cer' nse of the term n self mndv man Furnlturo and UndortaklriK residents of lllckmnn were determined At tho ago of 12 he moved to Texas, v. and I.,. where bo resided tt luum, wui'e tno aiijoiring apartment, street ... . than tboj that live ln larger rltlesirnd He una born nnd raised Goods. to plain in tho olllco of tnnrshnl an un- - of n.niurliy. whenlicit reaching tho ngn county ho inmo to lllckmnn The waja of rough element that then with broad arched way connection, Is a room. Is Among the young elcmoit of business wnverlng man, one w ho rotnd be denend 10x80 feet In area, and (save a aro eonfrcntcd with high ren's rind ,l1s cnr ' "'c bein-spent en Hie farm nnd hn since been directly nnd Indiheld tway such as usually become con- veritable emporium for everything that cut men here Is Mr H I, King off department that represents of- - forced to puichnse their entire stocWof Some "I upon to enforce, the Inn and Kcctire rectly Identllleil with her business life spicuous in frontier towns, waa not' acepresents boya' nnd men's wareo. Their flee rooms for Mr. Iilford wns born nenr Ito.irlnir 'wclve months ngo the Hickman post office) provisions. The prolific soil an-- genial wlh his father, 'renrnniiilnnlei. Ily nearly n uiiiinini'itts cording to the convictions of Mr. Shaw I.iko and well selected stock of ready Is embarked Into tho furniture ni.d tin- - vntnMr Dllluii was chosen and how well Springy Ky. and Iiib from inily youth devoted entirely to tho furniture climate rexjuire of the planter very jit- Cisoclited lilniself in liiercniitlllne. b... and at an early period ho moved back made elicit the admiration of tie more tnan sowing thosecd o furnish dertakliiB butlncss Koon after he put- - he hns llllcd the office requlicmi'nts Is ginning In tlio rapacity nf clerk. Thuy to the country store building, a log the mos- - fastidious fashion advocate. trade. Their stock is suitably selected n rice living. rhoMil Mbe father's interrnt and on his shown In tho fntt that ho has been n aro eiicn very ufr.ililo guntlemen nml s to meet the requirements of a progres-AnlBBBBBIBlBDEViH&rVraBnBOBH j house, where tho environments were thing that is desired In tho clothing slve community merit tho fiiiru n they Imvo r.ttnlned. neeount contlniuxl meniintlllng terror to s lllliul tigers nnd To and tho trade they re- more In keeping with civilization nssUl llieni tn tin. nnlpHi(wiina Ibi'v me ca , 111 occupied found In this stock ranging celvo speaks eloquently as to tho a splendid stole mom in lliiiinr m.. mm ni i.i.. employ Mr It ulney favor He was a recognized leader in all clr- - irmr tv Akers. u outigni:m RAILROADS. farmer's blouse and ever ser- - In which this store Is held. Thoy keep Cliion Btreet and hli stock cf goods i tf.ry of part and th nenssin of ati QHc-- ' ir of Illrkiimn Hickman hoa now but one railroad, above tho itverauo In uoint- nfinri,i...n,i 4. ,. ftliU everyining in stock that adds to the BBBBBBBBBTT tBBIU xKS. IBBBBBBBBKWHrtho N. and 0. & St, I,., this being completion of an IssssWsTRf., .Bsssssssr;.y4 3Bi excellence. His fiirnltiirehelewinm.,.- TZaliissssssssssl B fumlturo . bodj tho latest, novelties Introduced b trmtniiu I..... ' iilBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl congress, aro exhibiting the skill of sunote rccri jy I'' ' '(ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI purchased property in the verj heart of he dictates of fafhlon nnd rango In 'jtkiL'' perior workmanship, and tho daft ; . . M prico to suit the reo.ulrcment '"'J-sT i Ifffssisssssssssl of the touch of art. 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Southwestern country nnd ai,o Ills Btock of ticdertnkins wnre is comBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB V funeral director. Hmbalmlng'ls nlso a that of the ; lKyffTO-?kIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB? North and i:at. It Jin prehensive, being reple-t- with all the . -- i l special feature of their undertaking M. B. SHAW'S STORE, passenger time some twell-oshorten the requirements of an undertaking estab- METHODIST CHURCH. - "rTBK?1. Wat faAct .. .. nke UusJnesb a,SgUn8, and r UVU, QLiU URi a Pllbut'eer-- ' In ' " r r arranged fJir , ... - ,lr. tu.i, t,CCU ..hu..j P'Warnak of in. onaw .tM, . . w hose affal demeanor "".." .."'v. " . " 'ff-.-t-' tloria. hndpm' .rpmmrmmys ffiwsaafiMffiSBW!i!aafir?c4 .i.imaKrr'-i..rxA.v ""'"" .... kpi B The yKSUKmSMBSKWSSWSiwSKL -' nco huu prot ppoli "th.. . .; hts TarTi Fjm, v 1 " ii F" mi -- . !. AMMaMMai iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHK,iiL3iiiiiBiiiiE:iiHiiiiiiiiiiiKzt ii MWIM IIIh fir fit Instructions In buslnef-MwaIn lio It Iluchnnnn wholefnlo nnd retail house Kor a nutnlicr of ear ho was conruected with the concern In the sales dieimttmotit With a limited capital nnd a world' of energynrnVthorough but- Inevw knowledge In' eiubarkiM Into bus lnes on h! account some clgh )xirs ago HIh thorough schN)lltiR In biiMncm good him In good stead' nnd continued ndvnncctiient has beet the history of the house He occupies n good biMlnNs room with a frontage of Clinton and Wnter wtreep Tho mntn "room Is 2lSn feet In ddtnetislons nnd sllllllllllllHillllllllllllllllllllllllllHIillllllllllllillllllilllllK contains one of tht brs: nnd llnet setc-tlocof stocks In. tho city enibrncug groccrlefl, hardware, gln'BVNnre, wood" ami willow ware, harness fliUlK etc lllckmnn Collugo Alumni Asocintlon. nnd a itplendul line of ehlclcn, a of buggies nnd carriages llshment Cnske . plain nnd ornament- - irist Is .1 rare happening When therln fiiunl to an) demand nsldie from apart .1 .ii.A. ...An...rt n . .. ..... .iiirrhn..il . ilm oli.lrle lluht ulsut and , .. I. . ITllinln ni ,AnH. .i"f-i- 1.1 Mn.r.l .....t ... t. rh m wat nppomu.i supe'iu- trimmings, shoe, etc.. nro In attend- houso I, used In soring buggies nnd ,,. ou-u.rli and the success he nm.p Tll( (f Mr. K1K nfl nn tendent the heavier wares handled by the house un,,crtakur f.tBt K!nin ,(lllliarlt.v. ihaii rn- -l In this evidences hli suitable-M- r Mrlkinlal s impularilr and excellent ghnr iniM for prarilrliiR i.i)thlng they offer wlUl lat of tho .. .. HnA Af Poy..U fin... fntr nr.A I. . .1 . I. i " " ii iu iienmmii city temrterj isunueruis i""". ,,,., ,. i rnro and supervision, which Is In a p"":t In "nae. brlnglrg ru- ,.. ,a WMl- rTi J tomern to Hickman and his doors from a n,lritg the patronage of the people of tmat measure nrtanintiiMo for Its splen- wide radus of surrounding country ., Iclry. He Is a Hickman boy and n.d npparanc! Hlsolhccof mnrelul In- Tho Hickman- Courier lh prouil to URes ,,,, motto In miflnesn, "l.Ie nnd cimus uie 1111110 in city tnx coiitctor. .. .. ... ,..i ..1.1. . i........ ..nn in. iuiikb iii?r .. .. cniciui wav ill As a eltlien and olllrlal lib has piuitn his hiinty of character nml tlic Courier bus no words of praise thnt he docs not . . niui ins neart ann soui is over in sympi- - iterlt "" ;;rKa",Kl,,on ,0 thy with the interest of the town The IMtOHIUITION. FRUIT RAISING. Courier tnke pmisnro In wishing him " " Illrkiimn Is lit. tho true senile of th etery possible siirrmi term n prohibition town, as fsrnsmi.lt" riwid the banner fruit raiilnc territory A. W. LINDSAY, ami iiilrl'oiii llquorn are ionernd .lf-Thft ci.ll mc '..UIIU1 l. I J nf fhft tii'.ntVi a v nun "v THE HICKMAN FISH CO. From the time of the town's birth In Attornoy at Law. ndopted to fruit rnlelng Tho hill land ' i Tho bar If a city Is usually n fair A Splotuiltl Firm. Conductlt.K n the foro nWO the j,yr of lfiPC the for peachi, apples, grapes, blackber liquor tido was repretentl. The peoSnlnnclld Uuslnoss ries, raspberrle-- s .apricots, ivara, plums. criterion of thv Intelligence and culture In fornitng a review of Hickman's ple of the town, kwg since reeognlred qulncesi strawberries, cherries nnd of lt citizens Tho requirement of this nnd lesoun.'s the Jlsb bul-nes- s In It n to soels-- and n detriuenrly nil kinds of small fruits grow to rofilon call for a higher education comes In for n grTU shnre of enco- ment In geieral to the welfare of her perfection and mature- In tlmo to rarh and a more jierfecUIcK of the tnlem and mium, as It Is a sourri. of revenue that cltliciMt At tho polls they the marketeer the North the flrt of he natural ability U member mo early seasona Seme lniercrt is now sess; nnd as they grow and deelop In bring iiion") to our grtes from all parts with th( evil not as many manifesting Itself In fruit culture atd knowletlge and cxcrlerice like water of the country There area number of prohlblMon- to iw. close thoraliMin iUir. U.o chances aro favorable, (o a heavy thvy must seek their leel, for It is not firms here engised In tlsh dealing but only to nllow Its snln to continue In a ' "onoranie way Uirough "bHml tig policy or good Judtgnient o remain m11 ' our pleamre to call the public's acreage of fruit planting ere long ' But In making pitihllliltiii n 1,1 In n field of thirties. The bar ()f ntlon to the Hlrkninn Fish ("o a new its thrv olertHl Mr Tlimiins Dillon Jr inn g Fulton county Is no exception nnd fit in composed! f reliable men nnd of Hickman's most high Handing THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. its chief lenders who aetlng a most gracing buslneis 1 hi y '',,ft' "vlinshnly W. nil kinds of fresh a siKodytihUfchal. nn! tti r..iii 1,.. 1... ably Insures to nil factory men n cheop can high Its arrt-s- t nnd roin eMonlunif freight rate ever It Is duo to this mag- - standard wo find the KPnt,.nwn fc ' "sn . sum as nawt ., he rivers and w. or toree who were tinwtfe, ofnotigh , . f .. O ItndertAkfl tn III....1 ..ui namo nlflceiit bodj of wa can whoso cnptlrms this artl- - Miurces rorol.talnlngnsh .1 nil that Hickman 1, lltnrsof boast of prosperity, ns It has been the c,e. rulton niumys prosecuUng attor- - the )enr are the verv hei working ns imslmws a Tri'nj nc nniur ulili i,n,i.. that cot dron n' Itnunr 1. ...i.t 1. .1. medium of bringing tn gooda at low atTHe Is a native of Virginia, born biy do In direct ronjiiiutlnn with the city and It is safetosa) sucrefsfuUnd able nshermrn along bition l a law ril the as loDai prohiafforck-rearesl near rates tha our enterprising nl He was presw oltlrers no southern water com They are reigr tho rondliloM. will rontlnuo as educate.) in thi. Wnshitcnn nn.i i imerrha ts to ll wnrs m th I'Uiuiingiipnspiemllii irsdeonthemot representrc i. ,. Kfght ...... -- ,.. .,. much e prices than merchants In near- to nr nillng nrnrrs rxnrt wiui prime l)V towns. If (ft not an uncommon or-- to Hickman nnil begun f VSa. prac Ice of alfivL.' ni short mitlre at . .nu.i.i. LEDFOHD A RUGEIIS. prices. Their Arid of trade J constantly By strict attention to currence for merchants ln neighboring law towns to havethlrgoodnbll).oHUh- - aldJ by natural 'alcat and a thorough unMiiening.nnn 11 iotir prwiktum that Ono of lllckmnii'ti Splondld the time Is not long until they will rlvnl IJusImush Finns. some of tne older h nine, For 1 pertml of six years and upward 'ho (Inn of trfHlford Boner has held THOS. DILLON. SH. a high place tn the field of eomiaerrUl prestige, for which Hlrkinsn la Jtirtl) Mayor of lllckmnn. proud They conduct a BiagnUlceri As a man he trurteil for noble of heart in d soul; as a frienl he lore and have bj diligent application Is generous to a fault; a a citizen be. It 'o business and har.dllnKa luporbelas wideawake and progrtmh fn brief af good r'PMtrd ibtmilrra in pahit. h In a nmmrvortherharAc!pr!Hlr favor to the iiteut nf a most gratlf) f (me of Hlikiimn t lumlBcti men nd It g trade The business Millies a ram . lilt- Mayor Thomas Dillon, rr H raodlnus brlrk bnlldlng faelng Clinton anlrMimanbrblnh. havlagflrtt leen ireet. The salerrnoiB is J8xSJ In srra and Is rrpregentrd eil with a n he llMbt of day In King toatty i At th( age of five ho 'ral class of good In grmcry sail hnnl- waters, with his parent, who settled In tre llnrs Ct nf vt.i-- .. Hirkman In the yoar of lf.19 Ac 1ng wrlptlon fills the rfK.ni to lit fullrH 1 a- f-l'- l w'l ..a i i,rdan i.' & ti coai re 'it'Arfc h. .nr ... lh. I...IUU. H m .. ItJuii ad Odjutor. b m an tluna of ... imiHBiiiiiiiiiiiiKihJiiiiiiiw n. ..1 ' naa. oa I i """""" .!,.. t r '"""f '" "u ,,, tro (n,., .,, fur. !' , ,.. ........ 11 ..... 11 i -- .,., MrhnrH " .,. - mo-ar- - tt. dbr.d e tratw-nmon- s t .,.,. - , t.r,nt. '"t ni... ,,r .. buiti.. I 11 ,sBf WLT 'Y - Ire-am- ft crodthe r X tt .- 'ph,nWj(W..,,ui, . .. .S-'- 2i y TOsWiw r Varntag n! htStftrr mr m-- 1 it - - - i ." ;. . dri-nil- "utlon f. , ht i3P - -- .. .Xi , VlL??' JjS j - - tllljgwch 1 u.l,uiiuii gu-Ir- ISrltit,. (hK'IH -i- tiSlllH nil.., mi-.o- t- ' r""' , , ,... ..'... !"'f ' X Z -- oill-sld- o ' 11 I "? '" llfo-lon- s ,nrh.,...iwi..wrfN.i ",:....... -,.,,... ...lwoIuinion Th........ ' , j ! h- clo-hln- i in ovll-i'oer- !', IP?sr $&&' I ttff-.'pr- ....,. .c, o-- .rr sK'iisssssk: . LsssssssssssMLssssssWJyP?Byr-r- - BHRHRMMflHBr" 1B3lMWfl rklelflBisVjisiViissssssBBBH HHH I ZrBBBwHPjKfpiSQ , I MtiW'f' !' Faculty of Hickman Collogo. r r- -"'! ) ipr- - KZ3 v- - C aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVLaar HICKMAN COURIER SPECIAL EDITION. .ccabto ovornll to drew suits, hosotrmlo. A magnificent np of ,Xpl8 . . . ..... , ..oxiurn l. llift hest tirniltlPrd bv lhi now nm,. iniiiuungs, uurini roues, etc nre to mid oid wort l looms nnu innuo up in attendance nnd of siirh quality to (1 Fin ti stjletlint even nr ulc tins no room tho requirements of nil Tho firm to (Tor tils usunl complaint. members are gentlemen well and fnior Oputs' furnishings, such as fancy ably kiown In this vicinity, each hn iiliis undorwrnr of nil guides nnil Ing for a number of years rcsldet n kinds light Jewelry, unique neckwear. Hickman, and number among tho-- i dker.'Mpfs, hosier, elegant new, that lend material aid to .ii promulga t in ii up to ilntc lints for boys nnd the city's Interest. ii In straw at il the usual rhnmctrrln Mr. Stevens Is at present serving tr and stiff wrnts, r.ro well In pvl- ithe postmaster at lllckmnn, his ell) p nnd add to the artistic decoration cletuy In this direction, wnrrnnts th f itii- .itore. Along with the foregoing admiration of nil our citizens regard heir line of Rents' furnishings (F less of political nlllllatlons, ii ind rliP'arp well worthy of note. Mr. Smith unit fonnnrlv mrsr..!.!,. tt,M keepo mil line and mrpnsslng ,, ,,, , Mr ,ho n election to many who trnke time wlh trade, tho ttrm being stvlc " ,P.T r Smith & Olson, after disposing of i . ''Z!nfl miles The linear or dry goods depart- - ntoresl of lc ,n,,or bnsnMi rrprcseutn. on that rendlly Kllh-o.rent Is ho accepted a position with ih .hows the Mch chancier of trade that flrm of & DoiU,.g( nnd ,ater rin falls to tho lot of the Hickman m- e- barKcd ,hc ,llrnlturc tradc ,,, e chant Tt Is a veritable of plain .,, retana ton wUh UaI0r nun mi nil' men as 10 meet & Doild's, leaving tho furniture store lb the every want and demand of an elite charge of Mr. Stephens and Mr. W A. trflllA Tltc slinlvln, nnd unnnlnM Carpenter, a reprponlntlw of Mr. heiMlv Mdrn with fnn-- v .in.., cnods In ,,, ,oik and delicate fabrics tables Smith. Ho is an experienced furniture ninn, halng had twelve )cara' schoolon w,Irh nf( ,l)Kh p,r(( of ,ioavv f cabIs In nrd the rich draperv Tho room through ing a furniture factory. He a inet maker by trade and yet applies n" 0llt n5mrnto(i t)rMHnncy. by the ... to tho art by doing a gpnoral spieniiid eiTect of llcht presrnt n plr- - himself rtpnlr work, at the store. tt ro ns rare In beauty as any similar Through this splpiulld storu a magIt stltutlnn of the kind In West Ken net Is formed that draws trade to II tucky The proprietors of tho concern from a wide scope of country, nro each young men ird by their rigid Mlssoirl, ruV of honorably dealing with the pub ranging Into three states, Tennessee and Kentucky. Tho propri lic and cnrrvlnr a stock of goods rqunl to motropolltnn expectation s thev have etors are members of tho llusujess ranldlrrdvnncpi! their inturncta nn mm. MonW association and are ever Sjfc-ot tier . o uliotililcr with any . i uri- - r nh.st th" t ""iMl-iiir- . n, t anfnd thf Ir unflrlnc efforts We bare nn lirt. CUiaiCU lO VC III lH'Ill'ill ter business men In our city thnn nnlt- - K"lt0n C0Unty- zer ,t-- nolds. rr. C. C Smith Mr Seuter Roberts and Miss Fannie Clay irsist the FIRE CLAYS In caring for tin wants of Tho flno beils of clay In and around thel- - customers Thc are nil efllelent Hlckmnti arc or great importance and sa'csmen nnd render n tnlunhlcald. could be turnci. to profitable account. The diort' s -t lmpl phenomenal In FARMERS and MERCHANTS' richness The beds exist near the .ire Inexhaustible In earth's surface NATIONAL BANK. advanced" their extent. Experts This bsnk wn Inrorporatpil under the s'nte laws In 1S10 nnd opened its door opinion that tho r!a here will make t r business In 1S31 It docs a general the finest quality of queenswnro and ' rising misinffs makes loans nnd white ware The pecuHnr spteles, landTs seeurltles. buys nnd sells local '"l,w," nt,Bt,'',',l ,0 ,Jie manufaetuw nn rnieign exchange. Its capltnl t oi k'hii I'll'v urnff iiiirAiriitii utllu- agcu to manufacturers. It Is an unqS's-lonef.o ono and a surplus of f 3 poo fact that the Southern cities are T's ofticors nre If nurhanan president; I I C Hondurant vlee president: J A tho nvarkets now for rewcr pIpeTowliK Tlnmpson cashier n K Kuykendall to the gren: attention paid tovsariTtar) i stnnt cashier. The directors are It drainage We are well favored with the material for Its make and possets ship i. hanan. J .1 C Hondurant. Corgr P Threlkeld. M U Shaw, J. y. Alex-ar.l- Iilng facilities tha Insure cheap ratton the mnniirni Lured uru to the renrktts i: Cose nnd .1 A Thompcon y a glance at the list of officers ami .-- '.. . .. -- Efiil aaaaaaaateaaaJs'2SSA-- 1. I IltK Sk Slm wWMWB firs.: ItintructUuiB In IhisIikyh wnn In ht II lliichnnnti wbolc-alnnd retnll Imupp Kor a nmiihtr of yenrs be wns i itn. i'ed with the coturrn In tin snUs lippii'ime it With n llinitu! mpitnl nml a wx-- d of energy iiiuVtlitiroiigh but t)s ktiow'i'i'gc he embarkexl Inti bus t)p on nccount wine elgb Ilia r jrars ago bninthorough Ills wluxillng in - Rice RICE A. A. N,iylor's Foot Fitting Halaco. clea and during his life wns chosen to represent tho people In many public olllres. Mcrcantlllng fceems to be innate with the Shaw family Since the advent of tho Shaw store In 1821 the business has been handed down from father to son. they keeping step with the progressive age eer ranking among this cotiMrlcs most stable men; for tho post tweut years Mr. M H. Shaw has been at the t lift lll1A.tnj hflTJ IIa tint) hlfri Ofiil ... -... .. ra!e?d or tho old' farm and nt an early ago began life In business channels o tutelnge of his father he Under ,Mrnod ,hp rule thal fohed ,ho "robItm of success In "Sa e Ily attending strictly to busing ni.d Practicing jeononiy ho haflflttcd himself nuuuciniiy wnn ine nrst rauniro or .tie county. Today he presides over one of the largest (stores In West Kentucky or nsipf Tennestii Hi flrd iuartrr t t. In a Ii eel in.1 ioit' bu Idin P ,, u NAYLOR. it Tho Foot Fitting Palaco. The firm f Kin A our most splendid row erna. a firm w hcee magnificent stock of goods eloquently speak for their busfnwe acumen and IncltHy portrays thUr thorough know edgo of tho demam'n of a progressive coramurtty They occupy one of the finest business rooms In the city, the mMnnJ ftAA nf itA mam IiIaIc mm A r4ift1 . b.uuu The beautiful plate Holeomb block glars show windows bedecked wrlth fine ,,,, ,, Nnlr bee-hlv- is one ..I ... .... i" " ..vuUm. lt ....., bus-lnt- .. footwear. Analogous to their line of wares that grac their counters amli shelvlngs pre tent an admiring picture and Is ever tho subject of comment of papers by Ir) the cotOuct of this store the proprietors do no: content therr.f elves with the Idea of equaling but by systematically combining qualltyi of the highest order with prices of the lowest ebb. they have ac- n bur'ticsrt sviid him In good Mend' and ron xnurd, nihnu rtiu'tit has beet the h siors nf ihe liour llr nrrnplcn n go id lMi(iitios room with a fmn'nge if I) ( ! itii' Wnter irtrrpf The nm I romn s IlxMi ffe In ddniemtons nnd of the lies and finest e re 'H of s'oiks In the clt . cmbrm g onil baTihvnro glnKwarei it)d w iw ware hnrnera eti rd a (iplendld line of chicles, a rev tspii,i ! n of buggies nnd cnrrlnges pipm' o mi) demand nsldp from nimrl-nie- p In the general storeroom asxclal house is used In soring buggies nnd 'he heavier wares handled by Hip house Mr MeUin'nl's jopulnrlty nnd excellent line of gooita nnd fair prices tins had n Ono of tho Bluff Stairways. telling effect In trade, bringing to lllckmnn nnd hisdvors from a 'mm New ork nr.V Tastrrn citlr to pi wlii.h w bin ltelf la wide rniHus of surrounding country Tho lllckmnn Courier lb proml to an Item of intwvsi If this Improw meni is I'.uileil on at ion! ng i plans rwonl Its ndxnnrcment nnd tandlnKof now aiUamn! HlrkiiKin will bccotnthe 'l''1' hoime the proprietor of which Is a ironing point of tho Mississippi rUer public spirited clllrerv one who Is per It Is also proposed to build n branch ready to help turn, tho wheel of progress He Is a member of Ibo Ilustneio track to the Ktel Too.' lake. Men's Association nn organization to which thin ciHUon owes Its exlrtence BHBlLiw llslitin-n- t ( I iF1! I'M" R'ffM lilt kinan CoIIuho AIuiimi Assoc .itnli(!! p nln - al of rltliftrimmings tnxn et, nnce The nrd i uim or wind riln 1 1 nri- - In at ml s in i - ,3 ....,. I lkb ! I ' K9 - KsTaaH i-r zr--sm W) s jlj,. . , r -- nj w wmvm . ',,L'" .LaSlJ r t3 uL.tK&ticuaV wMrk Itmii kWuirAa ' - k ' ii ii n ra II fulm 'UKiUg alld luiul.i , crnaw wri'rs . . Cht nM 'or ln calling th ar of inart' t iitti is a Bentlema& whose affalle demeanor ,im. l0Pks. augmented by , on , fool fitting palace, or Cash Shoe store, hn ,. h a f fi r m u hti It rnr m lei' saW well merits any patronage It may re- He Is generou Si n S'!, flro and hl" tuaili a ert tJ of thin ijii-to a fault. er aaaaaa9H3JaaILaaaaaamaaaaBaaV?llaaaaVJ " ' ceive. 80cur,,y 'imr ) at uro l.e riigani ' i l i lend a helping hand to the worthy and hT , 1 , h ' " ,rom ft" '"- ll a bnlneti bo baa.m fo worthy cause He is a member of the talltlee also agent for Ihe Unit !! t r - I Free Masons, Independent Order of Odd rr, e M. B. SHAW, of the men at the helm II tMns Worfee of Union Cm I. Fellows and Kniirhts of PwWi,. ,s concern, however, la a Operator of ono of tho Largest .focleties ln publ'c affairs he "as ever is non ivrlac hi mti 'taken a prominent part, Is now vice renter guarantee of protection than mam mayor and l t. i. Stores in Fulton County. presldet-- i of the Iluslneffl Men's Afco- - the strongboxes and Incenlns I II Id hut elect lo. be !. mcchunl- The name of Shawls Inseparably con- - clition. His two sons. L S and M. II rnI -i,. During i.ui . .itn i toserv " " n'n '" nected with the commercial history of Shaw. Jr, assist In the 6 ore and are afe res upTutl win ci y I anl vault The 1 erou publli Improittii-- i Hickman and Fu1ton county It Is the regardeijas excellent jouog bufimss Hickman's largest president is om of men. Mr. dealers In menhnn- ul IIuch of euwetrllon ami name of a pioneer family whose numer- nronrietnr., II. F. Shaw, a brother of the itlpn n rftnns,Mi,iu. ,.. . . Is nlur; r.Aocifltpt with thn ... I. enet Into a reality. pi THE CEMETERY . in wincn issnown ous scions have been remarkablo for the house as salesman ekiy among those timeout. elsewhere in this edition --- " The vice I possession of those tralto of character m mayor h bi n ized president Is one of Hickman's most easily accessible by. CUhfr va'.'Bf jhll, man am, 'hen p . I e ir dewtitji ii' ui inti he nmiii built o bin credit a very bet A cltlun we ba that go to make up successful men and iiii ti i 8tilWe well reeog-mjiln of worth, i.n't-Is CUHllred. and holds to Li r t r, a . tikes a inor keenly ir'er.-r,r ,,Tr, a k, r patriotic cltlzenB John Shaxv, father xlf 17 ft. lriWIrtfiWWffiCTlKnldV '. silver, uilng a local ra e ui .on i barges 1 , : . . . . zwl by the ieople of Fulton count) gtntlng ihe rommnnl!) w. - saving In tr.iLi.ra ano zinc "i yet to round in wiyai emaie in tne town and ,j of the genCemani whose name cap'lons Dry Goods and CLothinK biiHltits man a most mng In In tho ear of 1S91 ho wa elected to the faro, n " ' A cotton mill would thrhe we nlK'CTy,Iy, lnS luantltles in the rugged hills toAhe this article, moved to Fulton county s i nlllren geaw.'rronn BA,v .ir. j. a. Uiompson, tho very elll- - south Somo hive Hlckmon. She Is In clone proxliiH y to oflice of city at orcej of Hickman, which from middle Kentucky Id the jearof r HJCKman tins numbered among her cient and popular cashier Is In eprv 'wen fonndhowiw4hn' snen consec-angretitrwt cotton fielete of the world isttlon he ably ihrLrit setjrch tlio .. UD.UvDi, ......o. . r,- resigning toncccpl theolllre ....c has more tat.glble reaor to ofTer utlveye-ap- . ui int. crm a seir.maslo mart i,e inwfywk TIIOS. DILLON. JR. iieieiopmemts.' ttuososiocK4oiniercnanaisoarenotur-Ti- s aplant ' htm any other eliy In the South .ho now holdB He Ls a democrat of the Hickman's City Marshal, Soc'y miative of Tennessee, was born and 4 Her rlM-- location and easy dlstaneo o 'old school, oilherlng to the true prln ptesed in extent or variety by any town reared In Obion rounty, beglnnlnghls School Board, Sup't Eltictrlc doublo its size ln the state. Asbrondas association with the business life TIMBER. markets nnel her abunelacte of cotton clples of democracy "majority rule" LIkIU and Wator Works. of be transferred here His convietlons In rfgnrd' o the finan upiuaBcruoiinmybeein.Kiancviucni ...cKman in tne mercantile house oper- - it Is true, has been worked extensfvei that could easily Hut fou men hare gnlnrd more popu cial question is that of th' Chicago platiai-uh a gnnce ii.roumi uns special area oy tne prpsldent. being identlbed D from this point, yet there pre by boat and roll W&Bfft .... . n ., A strnw board nlant weald also h sp form IntroeftireeV In isito He bt a ii ardent Ibrlly or Une more thoroughly elevated wirK win snow. Amonc iiiote mar nre n ii- n tun n nni. ii. ,..1,.. ui ouoKKceper In .i.,.. immediate secti' n ottering V" Jnnj Hipmoivea to the public of this eulon entitled o more than mention credit Is He accepted tho .iiai position of cashier rf ducements to wood working Indus' ties IneUistry that would meet with fnor worker for tho citio Uio appreeladon tho enterprising firm of Ualtzer&Dodds tho bank In January, lggc, the great wheat growing country of whlih wn shown In the last eJntlng ,,IQ" !l1B 'll0 wW"' "' HiUsketih II succeeding that should no' le- ovethx ked MIIIIoxn of olllrer for Fulion county. Ills pop-- la of Irish cxliaetlon a natitr of the old 1113 business has existed In Hickman Mr. It I. Alexander. That thedlrertors of feel of hardwood lumber is ic! arouuel would funiUh material for a for the past ten yenrs nnd was styled m&de no mistake In their choice le II finding In the feirests as magnificent plart The next etsenUal ularlty among tho oters of the count j. "d. emlgritlng with bis rather when a is alsrfja ,hl B'rlous laud of ours I pon of party alllllntlons nml their ' "H'1 Ilaltzsr & Son. After the death of the lustrnted In tho bank's now splendid splendid grout h of whl p or one of ft. plant n this kind sh feature demanucd desire for a rigid upholding of law In teiifhlng this eountr) his father settled senior member of the hoiue an interest condition The asslstat.t cashier Mr that would feed a hand - fa. toryi' 'or Is water nnel In that wo are well ii ne uuiMii'Ji was pureiiHsca i .Mr. li it. Kuykendall. Ir n wum- - man to take care of any plant Hint local courts prompted bis election, n In Hickman and the life of our i.ubjpe I, material. well years witn tne ery oewof i rrartlrall) speaking has bre'u speni unanimous criHrt of approval in all iH.dds Styling the firm ns shown at the sulto-make water nn objective jmlw to the responsible position he Kor a wood P"'P mill th. not a of iMillilc . .. The rerord he bus here. Alter leaving the school roeun In n,i licnninc of this nrtlilr Tbnv nrcnnv ImlHc- ""' i..i ThouHtnels aid thousand of tons of ""iiiif-in win concern a ser- - brighter opening any whet eotin throo cplecdid rooms, two grand floors vice indlsppnsablo. 'hat no error was his teens ho served an nppreiitlteshlp corn Malks annually go to waste In this mado no far dhow try than in Hlekman i pod C nr.d oro second storj The lower doors Of ntudtous nnd masteicd ihonrt of imirblp cutting, Beetio'i and nn the manufacture of cel- iiNKfo In found In usiinii'fi quant'tA lng Hallnn he followed for n number i f nature hecarefully welghsbls polntsnnd aro recuinjzed ns tho salesrooms, the lulose is becoming an Industry of to Ita prollflcntse ran be terir . in STEPHENS & SMITH, upper apartment being used as a reserve it would bo well for tjioi-- In a tilt with his adversary he generally years. As n eltlzen he lias ever huiistlble Hickman hn the raw i looklt'.g for sultablu Mto to look tip comes out victor Ills genial waycand prominent, nnd iisnlwnjstnken nuct-Is'ock depot. They enjoy one of the Tno Largest Doalors In Furni- - j terial, abi nrunee of water and' fac Mlint wo )iae to offer luterivt In nn thing Hint rcprccnte to nil hiu won for liltn n turo and Undertaking Goods ties fir ran3poratlon second tono'tr most pleasing trades accorded the iner- most llnltertng su.com I'lnln nnd out- 'n Hlindnw of prosperity lo tho town of L. S. SHAW. ,r Fulton County, chants of our little town, numbering in thA counttr In chtap and spoken In hlK viewH he has mndo friends lllckmnn Since ttietfrgiinlzntlonnrCp Hp settled on a farm four in, lea among teTi patrons the best class of 1S21 One of the largest and handsomest dodmy (lorfl away 'w'ltn chaotic 8ti;llo ALFRED McDANIEL, among all pnr-leHickman college h has been the school . in It Ulnlinnn r.nrl nn northeast t II fcman ard o so igan people .f iiiiiimi u.iu wiiiiiSiiuiihr. ici- - jurnuure Stores ln Fulton rnnntv tc Nearly thoei ire laborlngclafsof a position be has filled Loard rocorlos, Hardware Harnosa roercanullng HfnKen'eii hedacirn r!tor Hm arrangement of tho stock in conducted by Stenhens & Smith n ,.. ncrP arc tai'fty eiough toplar' turdilnee lo the ertlro satisfaction of thopnpulncc and Bukkios. meal mill, one of he fiib rdiistriisof ll ( rooms classify too lad'es' and cuples the greater portion of a vorv the prodiuYs of which enable hem to E. L. KING, iif ttm district. In the cly election ihe ......... much of their earmin tho kind In the tmbrjo ttttlement Kill! wires, formlne a bazar of drv nrntnnttnn. k.m, i...n.n ami 'Ihe nl)0o named gentle mnn Is in - ,..".....uo ivt,ii oiijiiiiiiK. BiinaieNi nn .savo Furniture and Undertaking reslilenta of lllckmnn were determined to accept a lowe-- r rate of waj.es every enfp of the tetm n self inndomnn Shortly afterward he moied his stock of goods ind ladles' wares In the corner tho corner of Clinton nnd lo plai'o In iho olllco of iiinishnl an un- Goods. man ino.ie mat live ln larger nt es rnd HeweiAborn nndira'seel i rnl'on rount), merchandise to Mills Point (Hickman) toom wui'o tho adjoining apartment. 'street. The lower . . run us ""'i "w in Among Hip young pIpiiioM of buslncwi wiinrlliginan,one whocoiud br'!epnd- iifi in ii. pci in tin farm Tho ways of rough oleraent that then won niona artneei way connection, is a room, Is fOxSO feet In nren, and tit(save a " mgn rm h uul h men here is Mr K I. King held) sway such ns usually become Home eil upon to eiiforco the lnv and wcure veritable mporium for eerthing that cut off department that represents of- - f0rtOj l m"c!mS( llllr en"lrf H"Wof twelve imuiits nKo he, wl h h1 father I I'nioiiinl onli'i Ily npiirlyii uiiantmoui In frontier 'owne, waa no ac- lepresentt hoyu" and men's warcu. Their flee rooms -for th HiM,mn n.e ,n... provls.!ons. Tic prolific soil an KftuD ttiiii 1'iot. tjiiatji' climate require of the planter ' It- - WayaMMfaP.'gafJfcqaaaaWMU . Into tin- - fiirnitiiro nut ii vole Mr Dillon warn liosen nml how well cording to tho convictions of Mr. Shaw .. is uuui wen PHitcieu siock oi renuy is devoted entirely to tho furniture biitliieaw .miii after he be bns tilled the olllrp respiiieiiienta la tl more thnn sowing theseed to ' il nnd at an early period ho moved back mndo clothing elicit the ndmiintloii of trade. Their stock Is suitably selected he fathers interint nntl on his show n In tho fnd t lint ho !ins been n to tho country storo building, a log tho mot fisttdloiis fashion aihocn'e to meet the requirements of progres-Anjthln- g n dee living. a own nieitiint euitlntusl niemintlllng terror to s Itllml timers nnd house, where the environments were that Is desired In tho clothing she community and tho trade they re- -' III Ollllpifll .1 splllllllll KtOII llHllll now ntilv IiIh llipioi more ln kecpins with civilization found In ihls stoik tanging eelve speaks eloquently as to tho favor ci RAILROADS. Htieei and lb stock cf gocita Ik tiryofpui .mil lun He was a recognized leader n all . It l"n '' ir mers blouse nnd cer spr in w hie h this store Is held. They keep above the average In point of variety nnd ewr thing In stock that adds to the Hlckmnni has now but one in exeeiienie Ills furniture w kitiunaem-botl- j ' tho N. and C. & St. L., thlebclrg lompletlon of an "&L aaaaaafl ''''" furniture wit'icrn TrBaaaaaaaal Iho Intew neivekles IMroilntrd by ,f ' terminus. They have ren ongiess arc exhibiting tho skill of su(h , 'aaaaaaaaaaaH In (liitaipfa of fahlon nnd rntge n purchased property in thovei) hro perior workmanship, and tho daft pr e to suit ilii. riqiiiremcntH of the ' the city for tl.c purpose of muk. in. , n otnh of art. Combining durability laVTaaaaaaaa! t humble cottnge dwi lb r to he fur tic Improvements In jnrds ami i!erljr, ind nulendor In the wares they have on lulling of he palatial home Ilcmitifn loth freight nnd passenger Thej ao Bdie bat go to grace the office or home, mi tps in m.iliogntiy, wnlnut maple and finished lnjing their new - j(s They luep a magnificent lino of sam- Just ak fi liMnsj beilH, book eaeK nnil'drPHS alot tho bluff base and the bank ef e ples in .arpets, which enables them to ern uph ''stereil furniture of cverj ehnr rher, bringing telr trains now tho fl I jrderg for anything In the carpet now depots The ,l( er exqulhite divans, (hairs of n.l iiWfilbillUes nre ja i no on t r short notice. k m!w baliy uirrl.iges, kitchen iteinnpc tho near future will evidence greater i ng with furniture dealing they do mn iiif.'H nnd mnttrestis, sprmgn ard provctiientH in ral'rond circles A tie c a general undertaking business, havbed llxtiirpH enrpcts, e'tc , are here eon SrtjaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaTaaacaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ment Is now on foot to extend the Y K ing n all probabilities tho largest lino C gregateil nnel ar !) dlttpluycd mi ns to railroad Into Missouri by build r,( n of un dei uiidng goods In this Bectlon of twenty afford a irlticnl cxnmlnullon of every mile line to Charleston where tho stntc Mr. Stephens has chargo of they will bo In nnicle by the prospective purchaser direct touch with ttio this line in gpcrlnl nnd officiates as a great Southwes'crc country and Ills stock of ucelertaklng wnre Ih comfuneral director. Embalming Is nlso a that of the North and Hast. It nlo prehensive, being repleto with all the ri special feature of their undertaking shorten the passenger time some M. B. SHAW'S STORE requirements of nn undertaking cstab-- 1 twelve METHODIST CHURCH. quired a prestige that patterns perfectly with their untiring effort placingthem In a nonpareil position among dealers 'n footwear In all but metropolitan clt'es Every grad ami 1. 'd of shoe from 'lie heavy brogan tothertyllsh patent Vn'h ers and tons arc reprosen'ed and In of ca'h svstem the ' w prices are as astound'ng ns the ?(. nro excellent ld'es' and rht I'rtr shoes nre mado a specialty of ard he splend4d selection affort'ei rustnmers i Oils lino opportunities to procure s' 'rs suitable to every ta e a- -l dfrnnn' 4 tiiiiitiiiW viiiiiiiA Along with the magnificent ne of f gear they handle furnlshlns goods nr.' clothing confined to a line of pant Th high quality of their furnishing to the good Judgment of hoff who realize the value of a dollar and endeavor to got the greatest value lr return for Its expenditure The proprietors are each young men M. B SHAW Jr w ho have by their sterling tral's of char acter coupled with integrity IncentUeto Hf . i i t gn nnd the rule of right. elevatd themselves to Ho. it irpr-eno dK jiidre ftet.akln-gl- e their now splendid standing In business room with cunn rous columns ex- and social circles Ttey each began life ter.,.s.hrouSt,thebuid,n thKecJ In mcrcnntlllng as clerks In one of floor Steam heat and electric IHckraat'a oMer business Institutions light , hrcushout the building augment (II. Buchanan) and by assldlous atten- the modern appok.mene Goodis are tion to rigid I nist ructions tbey soon de- arranged on the metropolitan departveloped Into good salesmen that later ment store plau and in extent embrace n laid the 'oundatlon to a successful a general lino of tardmare, groceries of their own They retain Mr Q and6uu!ircHocks bportlDggxicdsof all Throlkeld as salesman and to him the Kind Is well represented, suth as guns, flrm credits much of their success The fish'ing tackle, e c Iiuslnrf s Is col- nreompnn !'' cut In nn ImntrnimUunv r'trfr' - , r.h-'e- I' ,r-I r a1' -- ' ' ' " i f p. l.pTljuurtrs for boat WI 'SJH tti i i i and ni ' upslorSini firm m nitars nrf ti luiea null GtoMieic a nke budur- - In -1 ware-appea- ls I b bus!-ne?--- op-iptors a- atr !io ca-rl- es d Illrkman la la tho truo sense of the (rtn a pmhlbtt.on town, aa fr ns itK.lt" A. W. LINDSAY. aral fjilrl i llquorn ar eonrrncd THE HICKMAN FISH CO. Protn the llm of tho town's birth In Attortioy at Law. The bar If a city Is usually a fair A Splendid Finn, Conducting a th foreMa nnl th ywir of 1S50 tin liquor tvmfto wn reprMtents1 The jieo Splondld IUihIiuish. cr,u'r,on of ,l"-- ' ln,lKereenrlnilturo pie of th ton Bine rceognltrd In forming a review of Hickman's of Ith citizens The rHiiilrem iwx of this and lepotin.-- the finli tul l II ids e to nor1 r and a dHrl profxilon call for n hlchrr education and n more irfectli v of the tnlem , nnd n',", ronlr ln for n KrRt ba,, of pn"w ment In Benrl to ths xtttfero of her At the poll Wiey dbqrr.Kil natural abllitj iih members nun ts- - mlum. as It Is a soune of revonuo ttiat cltix sess, and as Uioy grow and develop In "1ngs mouy lonur Irsfwrnall paria wlib this evil not m many so ra'lel knowledge and- exierlctire like water of tho country Thero orp a ntimbor of prohlblWoB towna clopptboijksin ik or ' eowmuo in a ln """ itains but "" " B"" " they mtixt their for It Is not Brnl" utTP '"P" nno ug '""" "1-policy or good Judgment o remain a It Is our pleasure to rail tho public's at " ' ,n m" l "" Minn h lent roe In a field of thirties Tim Imr of In Inn to 11... lllikman TUb Co ..a nr Mr Thnmaa Dillon Ir .,n. i i iiipii aim irnnv- - in' elwlwl Fulton county Is no execution nnd ill ill n'ui(iiani ,.,..,,-1.- 1 L.. a.i- '" mm . .. ' ?1 THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. among Itn chief lenders who acllng a most gracing burtno.s Th.y !.. lllxl cenrt Mm h.. i ran mi ably represent Its high deal alrnlirlv U, all lllndp of freh !. ,n,.,(v nrrm Insures o all factory men a cheap ..i.... v.ter fish su.h is , fre'ght rate eipr It Is due to this mg standard wo find the KPMMiKin InkM of the mldill..hoblt 'he river. tid lwo or lhrr, wh wrrf ,,B south Thrlr te 0 iiftiVrt.be to irshe lineal selling liono name cipUrms this aril- - Kourees for obtaining tlb at oil ntlb ci t bod) of w a er that Hickman can tlmof IMMinox Tri.y Vrr wlh t,r rt, luKon county's prosecuting attor- - the ear an the rerv boast of prosperity, a It 1ms been lhe'c'wnrhlns H list tot a ikop ii' liquor I roll In the He Is a native of Virginia, born "'J' do in illrnt ronjum I inn with inr tlty and It itmtru,m aahManroh medium of bringing In goods at low n'' l 1M'B hlUi arrf the prewar oillefr. He was rat.s tha afforded our cnterprWng " rured near Lexington . f.. Imk ,.- - i iiii,, ... , k. ii.niw nlll COIMIMIC Jt n tv Washlcon and l me-ils to Pell wares to the people up a .pirnrtld tradeon themot ,iidlne Iwtir rrprran'vd prices man mercnan'sin near- mix n 'isu jwra bko bc came 'e or lining nmor oxart witn nriire bv towns. It Is not an uncommon oe- - to Hickman and begun the prac 1c of stock on ln.ii noilie at reotil.ir LEDf'ORD A ROGERS price Their tloJd trade l currcne for meri honts ln neighboring lnw O)' strict attention to tustoe. broadening and M of our prrUti-Uo-eonstantl) Ono Is that of Hlckmnn'8 Splonilid by natural 'alew and a thorough towns iobacttit rgi ik billed olliik a.ded the tlhie not long until thry wilt Ily Mime litt.V ntterrfionthls could be fiilule the banner fruit nitslng territory the South The soil Ih peculiarly adopted to frul raining Tho WU land for pcailur. applet, grnpes. blackbcr- rlen raspberries .apricou xars. plunw. quince fitraw berried, cherries nnd nonrl) nil klndb of smnH fruits-groto perfeitlou and maturw In time to reaih he marktMof the North the first of he early heasons Some lnteriK Is now manifesting Itself In fruit culture ntl U.e chances are fnxorable, to a heavj acreage of fruit planting ere Jong - FRUIT RAISING. - - - undertaker Is fist galnlnfl popu'nrltv sharing eptall wkli that of the furtil ture trade. Mr King Is a youn man that well merits tho imtronngo of the people of the vlclntty He Is a Hickman boy ami uses his motto In buHnesM, "I.he nnd let lUe," or In other words, sel'o the ery lot qunlltlw of goods ati ns low prlre ns Is cons'slent with fair dealing He Is Imbued with an ontorprlsIrK spirit nnd his heart and soul Is over lu sympathy with the Interest of the 'own The Courier tnkc pleasure In wUhlng him ei cry iMMHrfblo surrc serl of Mr King an nn great mBurt nrctintnljlo for Its anion n'd apparnnr.i lllaolhrrof mamli il In iludrs th) duties of city tax collator whli li he look after In a laroful wav A a cltlzon and ofilrlal lib lias his limisty of charortrr and tho Courier bus no word of praise t hut be do not iii ih fur ' rm lb lug atiUhlng tin offer The hrnutlful ill) (emetcr) U under Mk iarr and euprrvlslnn whlrh Is in n I ,i I'' n il" ' ultifc III. . lis III IlKllt 'l HI III .1 itt-- i viitkH in wni ipt iiiiniil mi i Ii ti llitt lit Uli'l lull Itlil till' Bill i i h I i I IK III t 111 lilt ft llll til IH Ills Mill III i. i i nit, ,1 ii, tin piui urrlt PROHIBITION. j s tn. - i lel. """ nn-ht- B. u . j - ' w e- -, nt;ra" ''" ""Mw "" ht ,n ,, "" i ) of icf.made ,, blned r"sponslMllty of whl. h B8er, times the amount of tho bank's capita ns list of depositors Include a ' of business men ind" farmers nr J the amount hoarde- - In their vault sub Jet to rlipk c)''nrly exemplifies confidence repq' ed In Its stability Tl ocriipy a brjk building on Cllr i , s barncter Is quickly established They comprise an exceptlonnl elemr the oldest conorvatlo capitalists or the COUntl It la n 1...1 . i f '.re, tors its careful and substantl.il 'in inmo of ttio older bnttsoa rlsl UiiBlnoss Firms. ' Kor x periM of six ilniml ,.,.. li"si-'MiiMBL- V iiaaaaaaaklMM ttirtlJj3hMaaaaaaaiPaKS pai.tr a r 1 --" IjaQVaS BKOsVr 't frarfyMMaay 9paaaiaHBaW ML39fc7BB V 'KQaVSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB" JBTlaaataPaaat aH aaaH BsiMaawMBH3QSs3GBa atBBaaaBaaaaaaw' ttft aaaaaaaataa? 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SB a citizen be l Id brief if Roods clouted thttiiarlvei In pubh wlitawnk aril pmgrrcHle faor to ih txlenl of a h s h a sinnmaiv of the characteristic grsliti Tli busitwM utilise a mn 'M ti B trade f one of llu lurmn bimlaom ten Mayor Thomas Dillons r ll modlou brick bulMInc raclnx Clinton The ulrrroooi I MK f t in m: Irinhinan br birth, hsxinc flrsl seen hf light of day In Kings routr Irr ireasrd la represented r;; with b km ral da of goods In roct and bai V' i be as of live bo crnfltrttthr .11 l ("i nm .;itirs of errr .1, i,r line witi-parents who in ih II ikman ln tho yar of IStO Ac trig w rlptlon nils the ph.ih lo i fullm! , s ' ' . i M lilt, u - .rvlar, a i ,( ' t i" "' tions of il r uikl it.14 rlti i a at era anel upnsi.i !riiB ' i art nm trt hi '. i ,ff fttld mn '.,,.,.,. l'.! r.dvi Jil I ft rm Inipli n I V f4 .or wur in t i l I IPSlgMS" thi tfsw ee.t irin I m vsr?i iiu rwssHMsias nsvy . I Ibiieln axaion ir i'o i . 1 he II 111 kn ii ii - . pit . . - i i . 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Tin arc each ry tiffablp gonilemcn nml merit the aucceat thev hnvo nttnltuil T( assHl tin in in the cnlciirooiii tin v l lllplll) It lltllV kll8 II Mlllllglll i,. Ill' K Ii I llfo-ltiuI nigs and oimti k in n w i II ri pi mi id with excellent ware In da an air of attractlvene that does not fall to meet with high admiration by all who innv have th pliariire of o vlall to their I'ai b "f Ihe gentlemen ronnci t house with Ibis lomern ai Ihoroupli ro Irg practical buslne men and tit by adhering to th method of dlvldii.r profits with their rutomr eetablliunl i i 'i '.hinlvra . s&fF' yjjr '?r ifi' ssr ? MMMLaMLaBr WWMWafaBsaaaaaRMI f ,?'?!FX J rkVlf I Faculty of Hickman CoIIoko. i