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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t T l 1 J t- y t f a r7ld F II V1 1 1 HE r FIICKf1C3i i i 1 r OLD t fM 1 t w r II= rrHICKMAN9 FULTOP J 151 1 IIf ESTABLISHED 1859 + UGU L XXXVI x29 THE RURAL SCHOOL Mr Brnnson of Georgia bus recent ly told in the World Work tho story of the luoitol rural schools when tho Federation of Womans clubs is het ing to establish iti that state Inspett- ing of one he said The commou school1 subjects will be taught of course B cooking the cnlticvntiou of school garden a half dozen forms of remn erative handicrafts a school library n mothers Club and a fortinghtly institute for tou IHT of the county will be source of the features of this shoot Y oa verity why not Why not include in the work of the school so much of tho work of the community as tho children can ajnrc iate and employ 3 their own fdwitt ion A school is ai 4place in which children should live and inovo and have their being It should reflect the larger life without laud prepare its pupils fur a better life in the future by helping them to live it tro o more normal life iu the present That which is treated with respoat in tlio school whether it bo adtlunctje or gramuier cotton picking or hog raising religion or politic will rarely bo an object of con tempt after school Time and fxiierieucyt will eliminate what its useltiK or harmful in the curriculum amlnulnods of such experimeat- aseho81The I Worlds Work STARTLING DISCOVERY MADE BY FAMILY Qarbondale 111 August 8A snnko crawlcil into the bed occupied by MrIj I Intl Mrs N J Kecfe At their homo in Mnrphysboro yesterday Mrs Keofo awoko out 4 oclook this morning und fooling something cold near her feed moved one of them toward tho foot of tho bed Just then she thought She struck n hatpin Her cries aroused her husband When a light was brought a I copperhead snake was found crawling over the bed towards the worn ins head I Mrs Kcefo leaped from the bed upd Kecfe grabbed a broom After making several attempts to kill the suake with a broom Mrs Kcefe dispatched tho r UloJjtJ a po car StlO iiory weak lC4i mr IJJJ 4a j rQt f II M QUIGLEY y tbo Hon Isaac M Quigley esohiof justice of the State ot Kentucky and one of Padncahs most prominent law J yers died at C oclock Wednesday even ing at the New Century Hotel In Daw son after a 10ngllhlCi stMr Quigley has been sick for more than two years being a sufferer from rheumatism and locomotor ataxia rll VilHCL SAMS WARSUr yarofthe Rvolutionfrol1l April 19 1775 to April 11 1782 Xorthwcslorn Indian wars from Sop tem hor 10 1790 to Ancnst 3 1 iU5 War with France from July 9 179S to September 80 1 0tSVarwitlt Tripoli from 1SQ1 to Juno 1 4r15p 1 Clek lnian Wttr from July 20 1S13 Ji to August 9 1811 War of 1812 with England from Juno 28 1812 to Feb 17 1816 Semiuole Indian war from November 20 1317 r to October 21 1818 Black Hawk Indian war from April1 211881 to September 30 1882 Cherokee war 1837 to 1830 Creoklndan war from May o ISJGi to September 30 ISmIFlorida Indian war from Dccom 23 1832 to August 14 1883 Aroostook troubles 13301888 Mexican war from April 21 1845 to rJuly4 118- Apache Navajo and Utah war 1849 1855 Civil war 18G11805 War with Spain from April 25 1S9S 1 to April 11 1S9- 9rPhilippine rebellion begun in 1S98 1002rr r A Worm RUler J A J Montgomery Puxico Wayne Co Mo ribSHI have little twit f itlswho hjivo been bothered with worms all their lives I tried everything to relieve thom which failed Until I I used Whites Cream Vermifuge 1 tirst two doses brought four worms from one of them tho iioxt two doses twelve one of them measuring twelve inches the other child was only reS ha ed of four worms It 19 a most excellent 1 medicine Wlltes Cream1 1 r rgoodfor olutclreu It no I chitonly1 growth wards oft essto perfect 25c at u P W S Ellison 1 d 4 I KING EDWARD II II At the age of 61 and alter death hud almost cheated him of hisj throne Albert Edward Item beep t formally crowned Edward VIIl I IreiankIi I ii 1and in UlplOI of Lidta cite beat of- l I tw empire embracing 400000 souU The King seems to be recovering his health and ha may I yet live to a ripe oldage His I worthy mother was joyond 80 j j j ofluntlllftllyi I NOT ALL DEAD 1 rr- n i Alt fiats are not dead ThN Mobile j News siy an artist ill that city mintedI j j a dog so natural thath Animal hadit i i j hydrophobia during hot weuthor lies the same man who painted a copy lJfa i i tipre COrk Hew out just as htt was finishing i it AUf after he was arriedhe paint j j ell a picture of his baby so lifelike that it cried and his wife apuukedt it botro I she discovered the m itak If this iis i not big enough call at thottlrr aidl we will gladly correct it 0ii X200 CAIUO TO SI1 ltlIS AM ijI I lHBTUKN j Via II10illlIII Tickets good for return up to and in 1 WitTikiolle I i the numerous beautiful summer gnr i dens and to attend the races and bue ii toll games Kor further iuforma iou itpply to AI R O Agent TRY A f WANT AD i j ij t j I eourirIYouj I ij with the returns The Courier yimGt j iII IIhUudrI 1 have wants which they wish to have J Oiled and others as anxious to till year wants Still others rent buy seii anti dt4trJptiunjYoui j jt tlie want coW G f eeciiutn iu tho best A amni adnll not Bost- ou much while the returns which yon receive from it are very Rood Try Olat1I t I DOES THIS MEANJ YOU I I Tiie difference betweeu A nonadver j I town and an advertising town w the difference between one that K alive and stirring and one Unit is dead The difference between the Adver tising merchant timid the nonadvertis ing merchant is the difference between man who pulls off his coat and rolls his sleeves and gets down to haul work and pushes his business to come to binsii It Is tho difference between prese voranco and sloth it is the difference between energy and laziness it is the difference between the active dollnr and time idl dollar it is time difference butwuon tho man of today and tho fossil who hns notions that are forty or fifty years old m CLA YTONVAUGHN NEW YORK MAN WEDS CLINTON I GIRL AUGUST 11 Cards are out announcing tame uisrtsago of Mr W ill Clayton of Now York i formorly of Jackson to Misi Sno f Vaughn of Clinton Ky the happy j event to take place at the home of tho hnrin Clinton on Aug 14 at 880 oclock Rev Sid Harris officiating Mr Ilngli i Harris of Jackson will be the best maim The bride to be is a beautiful young lady bt Clinton highly acoom phshed and posessiug all of tho traits of beautiful womanhood Mr Clayton is a Jackson boy who has hosts of friends that will be glad to learn of the happy move that ho is about to make lie is at present the ellicieut assistant manager of tho Groat American CoLton Company of New York and is ono ofathe coming young mon of that city c f All Were Sated 1oryeais I suffered untold miswy i tt JahnIl I ewas unnble to work Then whoa everything else failed I witty wholly ecuredcrY 1 intenselyc itist t I itsa8hTrial f i T tFiT Rr lIUHS AGO II Wandered U ui v r+ K ltvi Twi i I stOl at the har and thank a bet lemonade and smoked a ran t tg4 rstwl wAIl- i were on up y d teen years ago The barkeeper j owe Tom tin one who ustsi to lIi1Ifront his hair is combed quite lots hf looks just like the one wf knew jn t utiIf leered in and lllttned their throutH uitl rIline old i ldlt Ptii otul wnmeit st i isid the door their taceaz ofelt vii woe and vept just as they usedi i Wfeji sour fifieeu ywirs toga I ask df abul our CdtilllC friewls choke ful jijMjrty lun Turn and some w the inii nodonethe liaumunC1UIt him lov till world iis much the IItar TJilt ts tifteen JNtflll ego I about that statelyl chop wlom rm marked a its own JLr used to sips ttIJ he could drink or let the stud at She perished of the Janus 11 Jaitt out in the cold dud now ah ftw j ildt Who usvd to bowl1 wme llfla yours njo Nv crowds line lip ua itlu bar aud trail for enuisoti uk u handsI are Jrenliliu uK thoy lour stuff they iiiMHiidiTl drinh but stilt Mauteold watchword riuiri this rapii is en me iou know 1 lit sumo Q cry of doom we heard sans htuon ylt IiunltJtdtuliI lurch Tom and tiirre Iw I thgrav i ii thosw who used IIt drown ih ustivciiri red fcruiiiited wave t auti chore woi sleeping there wiuro Hn pr and sirs grow who wept and diiit of brJ hearts some eaten years ago chillrluIslept for many a year forgetful of woe that uiarkou tItr hurt std jft Hey here and uoatb a tall flue mW meat in iHaow her lied low the ni who used to well 04 booa Ill tiff ywir i ujo Auunymouri THIS IS A Nfmm1 YEfcC A i V 7 11 identlMcation this vedr then t she never was She ean be S8I1 all the initials she scatters lover herself Among the latest things in initials le-I those upon her shoes and really they look exceedingly1 pretty imagine a nice H ft tle patent leat hi r shoe pile of the big tongue kind and on this an oval plate+ of gun metal and upon this plate set the girls thre entwinecl initials The pate is about the size of an oval bucklfr and the letters are in silvoi and they look well Thin with a single initial upon her hosiery her monognutv upon her shirt waist PlatSCr upon her purse and upon her handkerchief r to say nothing+ of her chateline hag anti i then the cheapest form m which initials and name in he twisted wire bronche if the girl is not in a position to be identified by her reln tines slid friends at anytime an accident happens to lietthen the i olioe departmwit is not able to cficlPh11 del thin In4ll1o A iOUXU LADYS LIFE SAVED At Lnuhmn folnmbia by ChamOor lams colic tliolorn inlet Ihar rhouu Kejiuuly Dr Ohm H Utter a prominent phy siclUt of P unrnar Columbia in u rOt cent letter states Lust March I had s a patient a young lady sixteen year of age who had a very bad attack of dysentery Everything I prescribed for her proved ineffectual and she tea growing worse every hour Her per ents were sure she wound dp She laud become so weak that oho could not turnover in bed What to do at thia cntl cl moment was a study to me but Ii thought of Chamberlains Cohc Ohol ra and Diarrhoea Remedy and as a lUOltJwonderful r el at entirely well For sale by CowtfJII i rr Cpw ill Nono better then Sunshino t1 1ufI i f L 77 5trE sr- tNOW t i lC N- imangb I tijittliin way lmay Ytitl t0q 111fI1sitiJ ifpi tout MonoJtIm area y JonjJis so poor that be of rclt l1 + 1Pcuy to start on in ou Yr l rsrdayL tir Ol yilr1i 1 llnht1n5 1 raru w 6tyl- ttjf 0 trAlurar hutt1I lfiifi- r f1 I dC lrbf l6 Wi l k pfL i A v rI- Mt 01 rb i f I I1i fqt rsiJ i 04 oi 1 0 1 irt I M ZIViUJnWuIIi good r J tllranlrft pn lire r I1lheil c1tI JjOOO t J ur L 3iN UIjrh r 11- Pzee 1S lu inE- im I rRUr tf i Jt u 7Jj + rIlicf th AIIl J litfI ntnoI t I fl4 1 trrlgcimit i5 sll Iii 1 mi I 10 t z I HE PdtmciANS PSALM i I ftrho I I olitiiiuuij 1 i inl shepherdP r ihU Stli rffk nayi TKll things i jtlg JJ ttlllpillgf1 Ik load 1I HiP JtUj ifs saJm n for my Jlldtii l tII i ueth over Ho prepareth t j jet for alit iin tin pre net of 41 Better judgment Yea though I talk through tilt III lidMlld ra fy etc fur him and I hoot hiyM bm when he i i IIIlc11 t iijht ho firjiiUlli me Io vscn- him II P in his own oltiec- vetlm lHhI int I nut Surtly the wonI t I t nl thin to be as long us 1 here RI lUttJe sense as 1 now have DAD NEGRO FOUND f I Union City hr II 1hillit the Obion 3iv J Bottom neav hridti v J bout four miles front tuwn JllorningfDund named KarlY l4l 10of fo 11e tilttttl1 ij 1 Iknown and had worked forU I fir Reynolds in that neigh orhood The darkeys hi t t lpicnic yesterday at a spring1 I ear 1 tIll 1 bridge and as thel jegro had his head smashed tt iis thought to have lxen a 4si of murder The Shwrifl I las gone out to investigate 1IXB PAlUr FOIL SUE The Ahc Underwood farm 8 miles from Hickinan adjoining Corn imp Springs containing 120 acres 05acl 0d ghensRiver failing springs the whole place tgbo l con itionrTermsmil cAfdi and balance iu one two and Applyyns tot l WSON IN POLITICS + i Tom Lawson the iJtSlbn multit Konairc who founded bard Rivers IIIDfMfCrnticinBi his home district at the coming 21 tion with excellent chances ot Winning BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEBE t Nevcr in the history of thte couu I has there been smything cilia r 4 present demand for the services of j qualified young men and wotnoUWho have given theweelres proper com preparhtionrenderi iCl to j The graduates of the Bwhn1rGreen iBneiuss College uuiversntly9ncceod ini J I f tlectsring e llkmt paeittona and PftI y fug employment Write vfor fn1I1 fiuforniation Atlercae f C H H CHERRY t r1 Bowling Green Kentucky 1 It is hardly necessary to lose sleep in hapnuJ the i lie for thonuxt Presido Ual rampaign They are shnpi 1 themselves with coositlcnible rapidly I r fill j t of Cfldenta i 1904 ew tO WhODan Col shown ybJthe ef juiii be a i nettled 4- lF allteft tttrttledright Jiojnr oull be nu forth piion The Ia on ltltt 1 vltV- ht saidlfkliahleI will a candidate for PJsic l r n 1JUl1Said lit IirV2 Vhilt I1 tvotlld- Y01 tf nenr to he a4i Stu any lajftf tat 4 no ta11 l oltifft f111 future Jniuatiqi f tlni UIh t- anI plfe tr vftllt eitizmeaudI J1joy1clitoriul work sallcu Ie to advocatt Wit l colt idptn rtforlns which I l nt to lw UttS- salti at1 r 1 BOWef JhlJSALEM1 holduythe xst lds Sunday school LY ion in Jeru withIU1ut1 e 11- l1f liearty ro- usinesssponse L men riot kJlontL ave Keen in hdi J t uncluySthol work are JIl1g to tltu ilo theJnL1 c Jtrtnrr fairs to enable them to at tend Fully one hundred such unsolicited letters coolie at once upon the newspaper publication of the selection placeelJ The project has behind it lonIy sentiment but that sen timent IS showing up re markablg strong Members the committee are already at work upon the practical problems of transportation pOll hotelaccommodation and upon a meeting hall It sessibllsdwill be held in a tent Ef forts are to be made to have represented not alone Intel= national lesson interests but also the Sundayschools of the whole continent of Eu rope of Australia andof South Africa TfX1Srea ofrn1sohiutrip tickets to Texas Arkansas LouisniiR Oklahoma and Indian Torn tory at one fare plus 200 for tho round Tickets will be limited to three weeks for return and will allow stop overs on the going trip For full par ticnlnra and for handsome illustrated pnmpjeto Homes in the Southwest Cameramilwrite to W C Poster Dist Paws Agt 807 Main Street Memphis Tennessee AVE LAD GOES TO FATHERS ASSISTANCE Lea ven worth lean AugS tFrttl Herrou white and Robert Johnson a negro ailhetr overpowered the guard last night and escaped This morning they entered the housie of Carl GatSch on a aria four miles South of this city heldIt a pistol to his head and dyiauded his money 0 vrrtni 5oif of finLsioh nmno down iFnirs with n shotgun and sfet UIK killed Heiron JgJohnson fled and has npt been captured Ii I wo Stories ultfPlmoCki Shady tree rBabbling brbofc l Girl in hammabk Or Rending book j Golden curls f it s Tiny feet jr rt Girl in hnmmj ti Looks so sl s I tnigGirl in haminla l1tifr rt iIa vor tInnt Y Otti l ry J = IrQ j S 1 l Irate and iiiaide 77 Married gotrl11 4 4 lIlrr et K t ire i Ono yetlJ itgo1 1C oepiuglmusOn row rt Ked hot stove llreaIill Jt Jpg fJJlag tryingI Leeks nil JEJ lag Eyes ah f Girl got II ttttAwfulI spMan eomneic nw TVmr Iirl taclie hulas h zffi- tjot no luisJC Thinks of Imidnuick In the mane Wifthos maden Rack ijg 4i n Mnidlan atlp- Thinksjo swing Wants toTlujck Tlr 11P thing t 1 rVllottr ofiivttltight Tin by s brt Uillg r Mnn iii BocTc feet nnW ilkitgB- abyyii lfi rj ncfatiliss zr yf l ttt r Like his brother Pnrngorio By the bottle Emptied into Baby throttle Naughty tuck Points in air ArftJting soinnones Foot to tear Man in sock feet See him there Holy Moses Hoar him swear leaving crazy Gets his gun Blows his head offt Dead and gone IV Pretty widow With u book In the hammock By the brook JI e Man rides post Big mustache Keeps on riding Nary wash Reading Eagle Look Pleasant lease l 0can Photo duLsrhonutoldagonylion All physicinus and medicines EleetrieBitterswondersforgodsend and diseasesKidneysthey 5OjGuara i owgilDruJglSts MEMPHIS IUUKMM SEWS delnsMgbrcul r News has overcome its obstacles and in now issuing a first class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis and special correspondents in all the Mem phis territory and gIves the news of this section Its telegraphic service is superb The Memphis Weekly News will ap pear May 23th and each Wednesday thereafter Send for sample copies of time daily and weekly FUR SAEgood mules one brood mare and farming implements 718tf L D TmtEL ELD i I r cr T t f vto J 1 A i f = J vitc N LwAi1v ceo M UJk 01 f 4 P 7 10 THE HiCKMAixj CEf lE WAKUEJ I SICKMrT ATJO r Henry ttersou dismisas bolngdidsaying tfrat acknowled 1s himself a crank btitrn cranky enogh to think of bean a4di- dntee ittIn- suianco I t Hates f The fire insurance rate at Bowling and other Kentucky towns has I IGreen 25 per cent on mercantile Ifr S and stocks of goods Hence gJmButnut either pay the increased rate or take the risk of fire without insurance Tour There is talk of organizing local mutuul lire companies but that will prove this mere talkmlt s The 5200O Damage SuitMrs E AMVrye and old lady tiled suit against the N C S St L Railroad on Wednesday for 2000 damages Her sou itis claimed ought a ticket and from Hick man topity sp check cued her baggage with tho understand lug that thr rain Would stop a Stahr a Switch and Ike her aboard Tho old lady was there according to appoint meut and it is alludgod that tho con the ductor refused to stop tho train for her Moore and Bullock aro tho attorneys for the plaintiir e l aim fittitt HICKMAN VENEERING PAC= TORY bkWilln Since the article elsewhere was written tha Meugel Box Co has manifested its pleasure with the results of its Hick man plant by the purchase of 0 more acres of ground closely contiguous ff its present factory on which will be established an extensive veneering pll1ntII In a plan of this nature wood of all1 ingradesprepea ferred Veneered lumber is largely used askinboxes such us strawberry crates peach 1 crates lemou crates cigar boxes spli baskets tobacco boxes butter dishes t- llard1 Many buildings are required in ia 0- 1manufactor I f first go into theI veneering buildiu where they are cut into veneering andthe or 1 pass tnrough theI vetf pring or steatuiu belprocess1 I l stleIwlleu they are by jointin machines which makes up and tacks the boxes ready for the market The t entire process Is done by especially constructed and interchangeable machin cry Most all veneering plants of any size have packing houses and drying in sheds and the large amount of land se 1 cured by tho Mengel Box Co would to aeeiu to indicate that an extensive plant with these auxiliaries is coutem platecIt is authoritatively stated that not cless1 11bet jThis3boatsCThetion of new plants by such an expe rienced and extensive firm as the Mo spgelthe future ot Hickmau as a manufac turing cent- erRussell Gardners Yacht The booming of a howitzer Wednes day evening signaled the arrival of Russel Gardner of St Louis on his pall atial yacht the Annie Kussol ou ono his annual visits to Hickman T yacht tied up at the landing and departed for Cairo Thursday Mr Gardner renewing acquaintances with some oldl time friends in the interim The occasion of tho yachts visit Hickmau was to take on a merry par aeofyoung society people from Uni City to attend a rechercho ball at Cairo the function taking place Thursdayt eveningOn u yacht with Mr Gardner was Miss Mamie Gardner of St Louis a those who joined them here were t Misses Lulu Swiggert Kate Cath 5p1C16e Evelyn Little Birpil Gardner Gir liertAJohnson Beulah Mills Mary Swigge Nora Gardiner May Crockett Florence Scarden and Ruth Ligon Mesdan Ella Martin B F Beckman of Uni J City and Mrs Edwards of Gainesville Texas The gentlemen of the party were Vera Heflley Willie B LittlehF Beckham H O Head I under Curley McCrew Will Wage 1 Emery Beck Joe Sherrill and C j Dick Edwards all of Union City TOWN WIPED OUT Princeton Ky Aug 12 Exploding chemicals in Larry Fraysera drug story this afternoon started a coatfla gration which caused a loss of 75000 The business part of the town was wiped out Dr W n Terry who wAin tile drug store at tho time of the ex plosion was so badly burned that 1willdie helIj t i I- 1f t t WHO GE r SHOT ig HLustr- e into Gris-t and taiped I The mut- ofiicers m biof it beir urn Chief tch in the Ut1 strectfame up and r Iastd7i lUthBm re i att of the+ miItpit of k tlrluCliol back io t l urroutttlsrf antI LettinfWhh i juiteiTt 4 u his eS1S11tjh- an ieSro t1Wl KJ Hall sonic 20 yeJkfs 9gv weld II break for the dfltr i Iiffb which lat entered The otlHtor tit shotgun in hand ran through a the side illour caught tho thief he nrui a e out and orders jinn W tops TheI negro began ciiHn It hint with kn its and threw hllbHu him and Iinihim The negro INtI no at flu t lUll tot command lint tufc to ilf wish ing to kill the negror y redat the firing inanslPg kept going rhiMi littOOk a hitlrand fired agtiin but still the uPR ro burned the wind Several others in oludn g night Patrolman Si in non name to the Chiof flssigtuuco and dhounds wore soon put on thntgyros trn ilIFULTON OPTION rELECTION ORD RBD FUR SEP TEM11 J U 23 The petitioners + rand against sa loons in tho city 01 Hilton and also the Fulton Mugisinl District ap red before County fudge Kearby ing that the elects as be ordered and the court did 1 ploy that thtso thattsheriff holds elections An is to bo hell test the sense the voters inaidel corporate limits tho City of Fulton lIlt also out to limitsgthe IFulton Magisterial District both da wegieve the same lccl1ti1 onifora rmiv The election excitcincwl isl said to bep daysJ HYPNOTISM IN A REVIVALhog Trenton Tcnn Aug rOThe M holiness meeting which has been progress here for the past three weeks under a tent is announced close Tuesday next The meetings have attracted widespread tendon and hundreds from the of are npontmeet professedf I sanctification Mr assisted by Mrs Daniels three young men have been the services for a few nights past More interest has thenells into which some of his seek ers after holiness go and last night St two young ladies were placed in such a trance that it was 2 oclock in the morning before the could be closed Some meetingI are hypnotized and Mrs Daniels denyralllhyplfa1tonhetheir subject LATE NEWS IN BRIEF graintycountryoare especially favored according crop reports The fourteenth week of the an thracite coal miners strike begii ndvebethof storm is moving up from the West Indies whose course and watchingonOshorne house the favorite res Jdence of the late Queen Victoria as been presented to the nation KingolFestivities in connection with the coronation continued over Sunday in London King Edward of lngltradera able to ntttnd religious 5ieesJ following Saturdays cor ration lher is a somewhat bett 1r tone in foreign money centers V Nicaraguan volcano is expect 51cdenergy withim the next few dfi Sg 11 T j1 it = fl y = 1 lftI1J 1 TSy tl r AOSf = = 0 JftP lsg4 e tockt ofII SUMMER ESSF GO DS 1 I F t MIlpMIl t4 LW futWai 5 II II l 1 j y fre sold itt i Ji I i Goj B asJfifr III 1e r mean fill a EEsnynail hiS will s Give Every Cksloiiier1- O a Ghance I I rriJ SOII Goodargains f t 1tt 1 I I HICCWa AMBERGI 4t1 t p tSEN A TOfLMCML4 r JfIWashington Aug 11A rtiV was received here to slay aiinouneing the death of Senator lames McMillan at an curly hour morning at his sunup r- me at Manchesterbythe Sea us Death was the result f heart failure following congestion fe6hourshoursWhen the senator Jleft Waslnngj ton shortly after tho ndjournniertt congress he appeared to he in good health For sonic 3oarsSoiVr ator McMillan has mule his sum m tl1fSencottage there fiJJI i TIIUOUGIl SLEEFEKS VIA MOHIUE I It 01110 U Jt 1 Between St Louis and Now OrloaiiB Louis and Mobile St Louis and Jacksonville Ask for tickets via M 35 ORn I i tDRJj tJentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill 8 CotRi1P Drug storct+ n M D JOHNSON DEAD R AN OLD CITIZEN AND ONE Ol THE MUST USEFUL CITIZENS THIS OOIIKTV EVER HAD Mr M D Johnson popularly known throughout the Country as Mat Johnsou IlickmanlVes 1 ii- ry in feeble health for several years We ink it true looking back over 40 ea acquantices with this man that Fnl ton County sorer had a more iudustroudlj energetic and hospitable citizen In for men years he was the possessor of co siderable property controlled largo tan t kmmeneamountse d hogs and etc and always paid tho far filetmiit pricethatthedl1 anid tiiis section and there be many who will always r member him gratefully 1i j1Democratlast week Among other things offered origiualJylnboutI magaziuTheyhundred dollar mortgage Tb y brought 2200 in addition to the mort i indebtedness i It I 7r1l f t If m rlT ArtnruNTY TEACHERS t1iTEnCH District No I Carr Institute Ful ton Ky Prof J C Cueek Miss E L Deuproe Miss Leila Bell Mrs Susie Isoouor Miss Hettie Collins Miss Gussie Nichols Miss Nnnuio Brown Miss Irene Oason District No a Taylor Miss Birdie Saundors District No 1 Patostine James Townsend District No C Brown 13 W RoachDistrict No G Liberty Miss Lora Whipplo District No 7 Edmonson Miss Grace Phillips District No S Rush Creek I11f Hall District No 9 Cayce Lnby Hargrove District No 10 Rural David Maddox District No 11 Summon r Miss Lucy Burros District No 12 Montgomery O A Kennedy DaleMiss Mattie Seat District 019 Upper Bottom Miss Sue Ramer District No 15 Fairview Mrs Avoo Jnrney District No 1C Hicknmn College Prof A R Boone Miss Annie Sherron MLss Annie Merr Miss Pearl Wiseman Miss Anna Otitten Miss Jonnio Cayco Miss Jessie Islor WatsonrsMrs Ida Wheeler District No IS Sassafras Ridge A L Scott uDistrictNo 10 Bond TFNool District No 20 McFadden Miss Eula Roach LodgtonsfrMiss Mattie DeBow District No 22 Woodlawn Miss Mollie Belew CDistrict No 23 Sycamore Mrs Lillis Stanley Districtilo 1 Roper Mis Zorn DavIe Districtt Xo 25 Stubbs Hiss Ada Bone District No 26 Urares Miss Jk1vn na Fletchcr District No2 Island District No 28 sh Log lBoiutelNoSS Rock1 Spring J o Suf- gt t l t Ion Beds at Little Prices=k1 = == ========== = i 17 IB u Hut we want to create lots of interest in tho stock luringI J nbfind MO know of no better way than to oflVr tl n tudusnallcfinishuhneSt null are ivally hesr of 1uotelrr Full sized Beds from 250 to 1750 UJr STEPHENS eg SMITH i IIIL1ff 1 IIit trJ J u 1 CREDIT to CASH I t I I I I I 1 is heicbrHiYan that on ami nito tll y 1steflny of Sept 1Ct Xaylor will buy and sell for cash Having weighed the subject carefully and fig ured the discounts interest bad debts and w forgotten charges we find we can save our friefnds and patrons money by tIle cash systeir Tins will bo like our othei promises fillet to theletter Respectfully RICE NAYLOR 1 k m- h I I CLOSING OUT SALE I r I I djltoi close out my entire stockn1 Drr Goods Notions Shuea and Slipueri and Pants Trunks and traveling bugs at lInloII BELOW COST I L Dr SIMMONS BUCHANANS CORNERI X1- 1r rrU 1 1u his Read every ad in this issue and see ifyou are not beneiitte therebyccooco 00 COO ooo it t v w I js jj- c j- e i s Jrt 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor HIOKMAN KY AUG 15 1902 Our College Paid For The Courier announces with much pleasure that last week the last Hick man College bond and interest was paid in full and that the whole building from top to bottom is now paid for The College was built by pnljlici taxa tionvanoVpft course the taps fpel ria b Telieyed to thi extontrTia owe tax rate4 to can nowlje reduced At the same time we4havo a college building in which we all feel a common pridem MORE FACTORIES I West Hickman Improvements I Mr Chas Mongol head of the Men gel Factories at Louisville and Hick man Friday last consummated the purchase of 35 more acres of ground ad joining his present property in West Hickman buying from Mr Geo Helm and paying therefor 2000 It is announced that it is his purpose to erect several more factory plants chief of which is a Veneering Mill It is also understood that his box plant at Trim bio Tenn will be moved to this place Together those will give employment to from 100 to 200 more men Mr Men gel will probably not put up an ice plant as was talked of our citizens not exhibiting the proper interest Our A and M Students Mr Park Powell who in the recent competitive examination held by County School Supt Miss Dora Smith won the 4 years course In the State A M College and Mr Harry Prather who won the two years course and Masters Max Powell Will Kelly and Henr Kelly who were given 1 year for good grade examinations and Miss EuniceI Adams who for high grade was award ed 1 year in the Nonmal Department of the SUQe College will leave about Sept 1st Park Powell Harry Prather Max Powell and Miss Eunice Adams are graduates of Hickman College James Maddox and Gurant Kelly who are already students at the State Col lege make 8 there from this county thninstitutionhigh compliment in receiving the full1 r number from her county J w 2JSTUDYING MEDICINE tL riqtn IVI Chicago and studying at one of the medical colleges of the Windy City Her nameis Duleep Singh and as a daughter of the old king of Punjab she belongs to the highest caste among the East Indian royalties At the time of the suppression of her fathers power he and his family were taken to England where the princess was born She has never seen her native country but lives with her brothers gnd sisters who with hersel- are given arge incomes by the Enghs- crown and a residence at Hampton court The princess had long desired to study medicine but they of her people would not permit of her studying with or receiving instruction from men At the medi ll college i Chicago where there are women able to give her the full instruction for the first year she is now studying diei gently Her second year she intends to spend in Philadelphia whore at the college instructions for that term can be taken from women How she wi finish her course and obtain a degree under the selfimposed conditions h snot yet been ascertained Valuable Farm for Sale The farm known as the Dr N Davis place about 178 acres and be tween 150 and 160 acres cleared a dwelling houses good well and cistern 3 miles from Hickman on State roa near N C S St L Railroad and ha mile from Dodds Switch TERMS OF SALE CASH Possession given in time tosow wheat Ims fall This place will be offered for sale to the highest bidder at the Court House in Ilickinan on Monday Sept 1st 1902 at 2 p m Persons desiring to see the place can iillxon the undersigned at his farm J cnearthe property advertised JJSEAY Admin N J DAVIS Decd 1 MASTER COMMISSIONERS NOTICE TO CRKBITOBS TO BIJINa FORWARD THEIR CLAIMS PROP ERLY PROVES Henry Davis Plaintiff 1 errJv So Kimbro dec et ale J I All persons having claims against the estate of BS Kimbro deceased are hereby notified to produce tho same properly proven to tho undersigned Muter Com of the Fulton Circus Court at his office in Hickman County of tniton Kentucky on or before the letflay of September next This day SBth of July 1902 S D LUTEN Muster Commissioner F O C aa An EyeWitness Describes Sinking of Reelfopt Lake New Madrid Territory of 1 ouri Mar 2 1816 DEAR SmrJIn compliance with your request I will now give you a history as lull In detail as the limits of a letter will pi r mit of the late awful visitation of Prov idence in this place and its vicinity On the lath of December 1811 about two oclock a m we were visited by a violent shock ot an earthquake accom panied by a very awful noise resom bling loud but distant thunder but ore hoarse and vibrating which was followed in a few minutes by tho com plete saturation of the atmosphere with sulphurious vapor causing total dark ness The screams of the affrighted inhabitants running to and fro not knowing i where to go or what to dothe cries of the fowls and beasts ot every species the cracking of trees falling and the roaring of the Mississippi tho current of which was retrograde for a ew minutes owing as is supposed to an irruption in its bed formed a scone truly horrible From that timo until about sunrise a number uf lighter shocks occurred at which time one still more violent than the first took place with tho sawn accompaniments as the first and the terror which had been excited in every one and indeed in all animal nature was now if possi ble doubled The inhabitants fledmin every direction to tho country suppos ing if it can be admitted that their minds were exercised at all that thero was less danger at a distance front than near to the river In one person a fc male the alarm was so great that she fainted and could not be recovered There were several shocks of a day but lighter than those already mentionedd until the 23d3 of January 1812 when yone occurred as violent as the severest of the former ones accompanied by the dame phcuomina as the former From this time until the 4th of February the earth was in continual agitation visi bly waving as a gentle sea On that day there was another shock nearly as hard as the preceding ones Next day four such and on tho 7th about 4 oclock a m a concussion took place so much more violent than those which had preceded it that it was denominated the hard shock The awful darkness of the atmosphere which as lormerly 1was saturated with sulphurious vapor and the violence of the tempestuous thundering noise that accompanied iit together with all the othft phenomena mentioned as thqjormer onsTformed a jLU description of rhich would urequire the most sublimely fanciful ini agination At first the Mississippi seemed to recede from its banks and its waters gathering up hko a mountain leaving for a moment many boats which were hero on their way to New Orleans on tho bare sand in which time the poor sailors made their escape from them It then rising fifteen or twenty feet perpendicularly and c panding as it were at tho sawn mo triofh torrenhthe boats which before had been lot on tho sand were now torn from their litstie creek at the mouth of which they Said to the distance in some instances of nearly a quarter of a mile The rio nor falling immediately as rapid as it hadrisen receded within its banks again with such violence that it took with it whole groves of young cotton wood trees which lodged its borders cograrityu s lwho had not witnessed tho fact would bo difficultly persuaded that it has not been the work of art manyfishuna- ble to keep pace with tho water Tho river was literally covered with tho wrecks of boats and tis said that ono ladJy ot were lost In all the hard shocks mentioned the earth was horribly torn to Pieces the froifcn over of various depths by the sand which issued from the fissures which were made in great numbers all over this country some of which closed up immediately after they had vomited forth their sand and water which it must be remarked was the matter generally thrown up In some places however there was a substaucn somewhat resembling coalor impure stone coal thrown up with the sand It is impossible to say what the depth of the fissures or irregular breaks werej we have reason to believe that some of them are very deep Tho site of tins town was evidently settled down at least fifteen feet and not more than half a mile below the town there does net appear to be any alteration on tho bank of tho river j but back from t river a small distance the rum us j largo ponds or lakes as they were c d3I 1 which covered ti great part of the c try wore nearly dried up The ikdjII of some of them are elevated ago their former banks several tact produc twenItywas formed on opposite side of the Mississippi in the Indian country up wards of one hundred miles in length and from one to six miles in width of tho depth of from ten to lefty fret It has communication with the river nt both ends and it is conjectured that it willnot be many roam before the prin cipal purl if not the whole of Uio Miss ssippi will pass that way We were constrained by the fear of our housed falling to Nye twelve or eighteen mouths after tho first shocks in little light camps made of boards but we gradually became callous and returned to our houses again Noel of limos who fled from the country in tho timo of the hard shocks have since rctnruod homo We have since their commence ment in 1S11 and still continue to fool slight shocks occasionally It is seldom jindeed that we are more than a week without fooling one and sometimes three or lour in a day There were two this winter pest much harder than we mvo felt for two yours before but since then they upponr to bo lighter than they ave ever boon uud we begin to hope that ero long Ihj will entirely cense I have ovr llniahod my promised description of the enrtbquakoimwrf- eet it is true but just ns it occurred to my memory i ninny of und most of the truly awful scenes having occurred throe or four years ago They of course aro not related with that precision which would entitle it to the character of a full and accurate picture lint such as it is it is given with pleasure in the full confidence that it is given to a friend And now sir wishing you all good I must bid you adieu Your humble servant ELIZA BRYAN I limo Rev Lorenzo Dow Thoro is ono circumstance which I think worthy of remark This country was formerly subject to very hard thun der but for more than a twelve mouth before tho commencement of the earth quake there was none at all and but very little since a great part of which resembles nnbterraneons thunder The shocks still continue but are growing more light and less frequent E B CONTINUES TO SLOWLY RECEDE Salt Lake Utah Aug 8 Great Salt Lake which has lowlybutaccording to Director tear dock of the United States weather bureau now reachedI the lowest level recorded since obstrratiollsx ei taken by Vile lopar ells t The fall of water since 1894 amounts to nearly six feet and on the Tow flat eastern shore this has resulted in a recession of the water lit lythree1Homex non Dr Murdock said Utah has been in a dry sight periodthe yeragePrecipitatIoni s moves in cycles of this kind and duration r THINGS WELL TO KNOW To prevent shoos from squeaking pour a small quautiry of sweet oil upon a fiat surface and allow the shoes to stand upon it over night or drive a swell wooden peg into the comer of each sole It ia said by authorities that sal water will set the colors of cotton materials Plato three gills of salt in four quarts of water heat the latter put the fabric in and let thorn remain until the water is cold To treat burns until the doctor ar rives remove all clothing from the burned places cufc 4vay if necessary I apply cotton wooTer pieces of linen saturated with sweet oil and limo water Keep the air away from the burned flesh and keep the patient quiet If a tea kettle has become coated on the inside try rubbing it with a cloth dipped in vinegar This coating is usually limedeposit from the water SUITS FOR DAMAGES Mrs lI F Potts of Ful ton has filed suit againt the TelegraphCon1pallY leged failure to deliver an important message announc ing that her daughter was at the point of death Mrs Elmo Mitchell has filed suit in the circuit court for 2000 for damages against the Illinois Central railroad for injuries received aft Fulton Ivy 11 r1ll r0 f ttaR1 9 iaS AND MERCHA its BANK i t i t 11tJ Ql =tQ Sbxeab kclr azzr Fft t ed l L r Pfcute Safety is he Basis I i ty 3 That we offor to depositors I then in 4 ducements are of secondary jportance 5j patronageot JV3f J tyt tnI DIP CTO RLI j HOXDUIIVNT II UUCIIVXAS 1 A TIlfflPSOX J C CHRKK fH ISLEU J WAUKXAXIIEK1 U fil THURliKELI n il l9 ft i CtY rrs 1 i1 TOM DIlLO jr Propr Snrornr toll Itu g W11 1II Marble Gtaj t 1 O TJ IR 33 1 351 I STONE WORK of all Bind 1 r ItI L w R WZ3STERy I j I I IFINE WHISKIES J mom WINES BRANDIES ANDjfflNSi A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRAftE t I I GIVE YOU THE BET I VALUE FOR THE MOKEY I i I UNION CIT4- v ts at s II T B N N S S S Er- ts 1I Lpv fJ atE mrj1IVI 1r irmr l0- t r f Has a Superior Stock of thebestn l 1 llle1 kinds of Sardware which is offered att tIr= i marketI justifies 8l r m illIf LSDFOKD RANDLEt I QJroceries 9 Fresh 1Ileats9J I Hardware Queen ware f and Feed Stuff tf We carry everything usually found in firslolass Grocery and tJJpains willI be spared to please our customers I jLrCall for nine Trading Stamps with every tOe Cash IercIiHse RL f After collection of 300 you aro entitled to a naiulsome present DelivercsiT T 6L1Y OR LL and 11v1GI n I i you want to buy or sell farm lands timberland houses and lots or stocks of goods call I and see me at the Court House Ilickman Ivy I Call or write for ter- msATTORNEYATLAW Special attention given to collections etc J W RONEYII HIOKMAN KENTUCKY se 0 E BAKER General GJlCer1 Powell Block Clinton St flaying parcl a8e l the Grocery Stock JJ C Bondurant would be ploaeel IIn have all old friends lo call Eres Gold and Choice Bargains Uuy Sunshine flour and yon wit use n6 other 1 jj rJ IIIIJOHN RINGWOOD i 61Ar l GOO eJ I ii DeistletrinfJIstaudd East Hickm1DII i iiKeepsj ali 1 Jnds of Groceries and I i FOly Supplies j j I j BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS A SPECIALTY IIGoodS Delivered TelephoneFreeINo 8D cY Juclg T J Nunn ittiiig as lbe 1ndgo of the cireftf court forIao untyof lInlki 1 tas dccitl that tJf c 1111 lit I t1lmlr for the o000 time e mi mino craters of the carrot3 nre ont1il1ed to pay for the pro toe 1011 oftJloir proper against tho btrikin miners last year The oounO Fv11 aPPenl thefjudgment 7hm hisetaff need not expect olab orate personal + s in tho press during their tour of the United Stator The ouiSSJon will ot be out of any disrespect or tire ais f tiugnishod party but out of i onsidera ion of the proofreader who till naturally be held responsible for tire proper orthography of their nauios- FOUTICAL TOUR FOR ROOSE VELT r I M v iAn XtttfLilf The Seerejjirw a of time President ISIr Curtelyou has telegraphed to Senators lIon and Lodge that time President will be in Boston Saturday Aug 23 Into in tnvr hgHand will go at once to Nmflijin ttliere he will puss Sunday with Senjhor Lodge The next morning the President will go to Newport making ten minute stops nt Trenton and Full River He will return to Newport tho Sline lay and re ch Boston t about 4 oclock where he will received by the Mayor and theIIbe Congressmen Tuesday morning he will go to Now Hamp shire making fifteen minute stops at Lowell South Lawrence and Hayerhill s After a week in Maine and New Hampshire he will return to link t sachusetts on Monday Sept 1 reaching Northfield late that af tornoon lIe wil pass thtt night at Northfield ami will arrive at Worcester where goes to see Son I atgr Hoar at 1240p in TheII President will next stop at West 1 field going later to Dalton wherett he may pass the night with Gov Crane or go to New Haven Mr Cortclyou states that it is 1 the President desire that there shall be no public receptions held anywliere The President how ever will speak briefly at the va If rious points indicated Lodgee Jconferred with such members of ttho congressional delegation nsf itlewas agreed that the Congressmen in each district should take charge of the Presidents visit au each place whcie he stops TWELVrf IIUMmui STIIIE TStThe mammoth schools of Bowling + Green Kentucky taro the bnghtegU toutlook in their history Jiud II 11ICherry tho general manager is con vinced that the daily attendance not 4 year will conch twelvti hundred brard lug students The public has watched phonol11onalJWOO is preparing to go away to school can do bettor than to consider the advantages offered by the Bowling Greon schools Fall session opens Sept 2nd Persons desiring catalogues and Jour Dais should address H II OHEKRY Kentuckyno INFLUENCE OF NEW GOLD SUPPLY OF YELLOW MJ3TA f MAY BK DOUBLED iT TWENTYFIVE YEARSt wellknonI EcononiisleI i tinto the future ho remarks that after a period of a year or eighteen months the Transvaal will have returned to the output of tho summer of 1899 Hq adds that it is very probable that in four or five years around 190G or 1907 annual production of that country will haye reached a figure equivalent to if5150000000 or JGOOOOCOO annually 1PJSM LeroyBeauliou estimates that Australia China Chile Siberia India jtheirvthe1productioniir 400000000 as compared with anv annual average of 530000000 francs or t 18S18Tothat ltime stock of cold tworld50000000000franca ct JJ J 1 fJ lJ I y 1 vV 7 V J Vs- r V v c r i t ii j y l yo F Y O ow 4 o Jt Predicts l rouble With TIerMI 11- x 1manyBorlini uttetnnccsRawit AQmir Tllylol of the United States Nft t beIweouUnitadStatesI WAS printed cont I spicuously 1 hiWe Tho Tngeblatt i says it reI wrungl1adodnorJS with coir ietc i rnarrtnecof t sepe1U1r lnanyatends to annex the Xethl trlamis Ay Gen1 n Admiral so I incH rettt the Tagebiatt coati t UcG would be relieved of his du cotiesA MILLION1 ON PENSION LIS OrWnst tJ Tat of July there wore 999MO pen sionors on the rolls That WitS the high water mark in pensions 1 Ms number has been reached a gradual rowtU and the oestin formed men about the Ietieio I Olllee biliivc that it hill not be exceeded although the last Con gross was unprecedented iia its lib jJtgislationjI I t I eetimiud for the next year IIhcing last 40000 Congress passed 3100 pension bills rind passed t ttwo nets which within twelve nUas it is believedwillI add pensioners to the rolls I Imo GREATEST EVENT OF iffij FOR SUNDAY SCHOOLI ffEAR WORKERS I J The State Convention which meets latHojfiiinsville August 1 J 20 and 21 LfiI Sunday andsschool workers of the State It is here that the leading workers of all Ifdeuominations1 gather for information and inspiration Under the leadership of such men as iLawronco Ilainill and Phillips there is ono luuit to tho Rood thut is to bo deco m pinfeed1 The program is as strcng as it is posstbto to make it both as to speak tern anti abject matter What more x meed be said to induce eyery SundarIJ school to scud its full quotaof delegates Each Sunday school IB entitled to at fcyist one delegate and to ono additional for yory hundred unrolled These are f hosen y the school and to be sent as representatives of tho school In i ito tion to these ssch county is entitled ten ilolegates nt large Theso arc to to choatm by county oiUcors and gout Ito turrcprosontIxoJJicio delegates All these delegates Are out U Jed to the reduced rule of o faro for tho round trip oC3 NICARAGUA1 COURTESYwe I Tue President of Nicaragua with graceful courtesy announces that lie has commuted the death sentence of Dr Russell the filibus I ter surgeon out of sympathy witJi the reI JbIt means a Iornnet OfBrllt the small governments to release a A filibuster caught redhanded The Yankee adventurer says the No hiharkII I I for desperate undertaking his comoU f ago and resource is a terror to the I prsidcnl or dictator who has to watch fur revolutions on one hand ataucl1p outside compHcati ns on the others HOUSE WHITES AND DOES MANY ItEMARKABLRl THINGS INTELLIGENTLY Paris Oar New York World Paris August zDf Geor Rouhct of Mausogur France islure the owner ot a horse which has been pronounced by exports the most intelligent equine in i heor world The doctor is a country physiesc scandhas trained the animal entirely by patience anti kindness to do many 1wonderful things Germinal as the hoisc is calledant assistance what I can without any reti of two ways He extinguishes it blowing through his nostrils or uses his feet so adroitly that the flcandledesires to enter the barn lie opens the dO J and closes it behind him t as any well bred person would J acquircimentwrite He does this regularly everyt day tracing words that his mas l letterct J I ISTRANGE WHITf PEOPLE New York Ang I have re eountryIIthe first repij of a white race found in the ishof llindo ro and I can now giv he Republic an Account of this luse IIHidden in the bet of liindo iJca by sec and difficult trails guarded In j fierce men leoII1 pie as as yoi pr 1 flier ems only one plea i to theory of ajCenturieslauds formcKlal cot pious chain heftare volcanic disturbances caused the nnecting links in the chain to todisappearll- I1 roxirtI I 11TIMUt r t their forefathers r way tathe Isaml rtf IIti theyhadt 1 situationbyt K liMAD NDURUTIC- AH1yRic1 DDCTOlt WollTlie OOOoelO IS LIVINGt TinE LIKB OF A SATYR New York Jurmtf r alrac1ytwhale to solve the myst ry surrounding I the identity of the lualtimUliuuaire I wlioee excesses in Japan knee been made I the busJR of a treatise by a troll know iI i American physiriau nothing BO far h I developed which gives auv promix of satisfyitig the curiosity of those fam iliar with the story of his male of life It was hi a paper on defective read by Dr Martin W Barr chief physician of tho Pennsylvania School for be b1 minded befon the Summer School IbiUnthropy that the astounding dw okwares regarding the Amerieau railI J tionaire were first made Dr Barr has taken the greatest pesos to conceal theII identity of the man uf whom he wrote has so far suc rertd According to Dr IjjTVr this man in a neurotic Ills fort lUte iis estiiuukd flOOUOOCO and Ute victim of thig strnngc form of ineotal deranifeuient wns prior to his desertion of chili a tion one of the greatest sj ecialists iiu Una country Provided with vast fund t Forth purcbns of gnsh imtrttnientR 1 niid aaaietauce as he needed he soon established a reputation for himself an dff work I 1 DwsipnUon however soou led to his i downfall and although rub handsome IIt 11Wtuclerecl11 the haiiins H j nmonK or gravediggecsand sot htl otitcaHtK of Japan lie eutiKd his body to be tnttoed over every Inch of its surface and lieu reoi rIF i ned to this country exhibiting tthet nrt work of the Oriental tattoos to one who would care to look at it nuyjj great dragon perfectly shaded in scale and twist of iisi trightful V orned his back while other designs re scattered over his tlrsh r Ji i COMMODOREP MONTGOMERY I ISt DEAD I tf ChiengutA g Jumuwdtre i Joseph Edward Montgomery yetI commander nCouCtderuteJC ironclads during the Civil Wnr + I II homeii of s son Doctor Janies IMontgom 1 where he had made 11i9 home since he loot hit Fight about tit years ngo Commodore Montgomery macle nn ent iublrecord on the Miisi P11 River fighting from Cum down to the Dolts and around toSt Mobile It issnid that one of his brilliant aehievements wns an HI1 oration against the Federal fore caeesr of Generalrant est Born in Carrollton Ky in 151 Jloutgouier tw k early to the ri und soon bcrnme mi aid to General Polk and as leafier of outs Iperformed duties tout elh anguished film fur brnvelrjlc soon made application for sea sol vice to his friend Jeflersjn Davis was ordered to form a fleet of ironclads for the Mississippi The Ibetn JLl his and New SIOr1cmnsas the result of hi5 ports His were destn edat Mem phis but he wont t Moble and built the warship Sshvilb w Ohamborlains Colic Uliolora and Dii Remedy has a world wide r aterj pleasant sao or s 1 by CowfiHl Cowgill 1 c FIlimOist CF ISTEUEST TO SIOCEEOLDERSiy Free Transportation to A1eudthe Special and Annual ivibetings ChicagoroPublic notice fo hArwby givn that li ipedalnTtlUt ut III tddldlr 01 the IllinoisCentral Kiilri miI Coiupauy ineon Friday August 29 lyCK at eleven clack in the foreoobn o that the regular annual meeting aS- willstockholders of the Company k ltt held its ttkt iinat I hirnu u llliioi+ on Woo n st lay Oetob r I li I lH2 a noon To permit lpersonal attendance at these rhbolderIpitalad Pompjiny as n istcnd on h lIKxkof tho Company at the cltlllf lof I i 1dIrySeptlIIhtrI ge u a 0 or L t a teherD- aud return loeh ticket to lie golthe to tfourthe day of the meeting add for there onlI1JayYRilUlI1p t + autrrsiffned and stumpid during rtl + inefs bourn that is to gay betwoefp Jl nt3htsAiztaut Draintam ed by any holder of stock regis as above on applirntioa n writi tit the President of the Company in 1 pa ful hdlIfr exactly as given in hor her cerBti cate of stock together with the n her and date of such certificate 7o d4nj ofasat ft1 on t books of e Conpaiiy A C HACKS AFF Sire ry Of what dOOM a bad taste uff worth remind you It indicate mut L tgofarteit dG k Wrherlains delInnd invigorate the stomach and i u II JperJ LOW ItATBS 10 ST LOUIS Saturday anti Sinitlay I atGo to tne city and enjoy yonrse at the beautiful Summer Gardens TOk in the Midway aud the tSetjnnndK Mobile k Ohio accoftimAu HhIChtbaekI IIIVfTwice in hoopital FJ GuUIVerbena Ala paid a vast sain to I a 0 pig11tgkY koArnica Salve soon cn ed IIn Inflxntmation conqtKVs A Paws Best Halve in thi TI 1 25c at Cowgill OowgillV drUg i If 1 11 ILOKG WORO I Here YOU IIlAREl II longest word in the English lufi i 1 i IIbt of the ut+ 14 important pnMrts Rtfl te+ d I mlidodimetlJIhl I t SMjprodoceadied toc Ittt ItIiIi mtSIabout It is I J11Idyetoff 1IIJbonylmethtDlncffd from yII I nitrotetrnamidoditfJllpheurhntl i ru Iieinto iwutnainidodiMjljihenylMihan then into hydrotrutmidaliiuoten ntSdoobettaaflarine IpaigeI III For bilionpuess use Chantu aidx i13clel 1permanent heIfOrtrtICuwglll t i x II IBlacksmithII I HIOKMAN KEN1IJOKY XGI np BInclc 3111 ithin done or lepnirt iawnsc ltorreaheelu r n 1 1pccinlt it iaubeepUndertakersI s 6ooodd IiInokWnlnutIr cnn be fitted on short reasonabletrlalJ3 Shop near the jail r + Cured Paralysis ixnswntCstinefive upuhenuS6BnIlnrdsJ ellepforbldSoresud doNes IPWS EUisousT it I J rr 7 J V r V V iy t JJHOlVIES ii- It HOMES j HOHES i j 0 I n home on the monthly install 1 IIBuyyou houseti I lrty you a farm on the same plan i The1 i5th Semi allnrtal series of the Hick 4 E luE Utr w I r ttOInowrlh l the issuance of new shares of stock This Association has leell in successful opera I lion for J1i yours and there are hundreds of 1i home dtizeiiH who have tested who have 1 secured homes through it and we ask you to j f IJhulryour loan is paid by monthly installments iu 4 about GJ years Tho profits earned are divided J between the shores I ttThp books are closed August 21st 2 p J 1nJJand no more shares can be sold until j 1003 1I 1 4tnI retary who will take pleasure in explaining t dfniiik at the COURIER OFFICE i k Jo AL rsaC a J J J U i i ii r tr3 i SiS ii j k i ml ly given me patronage wince I began the cash tIP jI rroeJry system are ready to testify to you and by 3 licir continued patronage to me that T ilI It 1 r EJr1 E I IPJEEI J- VMcDSTFTZi I That it does prove that you i ilnukf iI money to buy at CASH Prices This is not J I anyII i cffti afford to sl1 Why do you want to pay your cash money to credit houses at credit prices to enable them to take tthe clianc8 on giving credit to others I This iis the point I sell strictly For cash no favorites J 1 11mt T give YOll mole goods nml Mjd need QlinlitV for name money Dont doubt this and waste your ln l elsewlwr hut come and see me and Test PricesIIIt 0 t I am aent for theI IAloo I i nus PAINTS Not cheapest in price jsii aiid most tfur ablee paint made G- bel21tt1td by Simmons 3 I Hardware Company St Louis llo i 0 CUt THREKELD Q llicllfl1lwi UKazw tiilJI L Read the Courier the oldest paper inlWestern Kentucky All home print IN A CHURCH fVllITE WAS SOT DOWN Catlottsburg Ky August iAtragedy was enacted yesterday in the midst of the Sunday service at Oakland Church near this city A feud had lone obtained between the whites and tho Copleys two of the oldest families In this community Yesterday when shotIrang out clear and loud above the proachors uses John White fell to throughtheSylvester Copley Jr with the smoking pistol in his hand quietly walked from the church and to the neighboring pursuitPublic WHY HE KEEPS DRUNK Bill otherl1rtyman behottertnkingonwantedtoSaidheabout once a month and sometimes oftoner but never oftonor if I stay drunk orfourtry keep sober and a heap o times think Iam sober when other folks think Im drunk ands so to bo on the getdrunkdisputeAboutCounty Index SEVENYEARS SIGHT SarahNesslerbeenblindcase oculistssiseyesightI4U while TT5l praying at a revival meeting of PentecostalUuiauateyes and soon she was able ro upon dLtin guish objects Her vision shedeclaresii is now nearly as good as it was before sbo bocnmo blind OUR EARTHQUAKES YzJeyisregions of the earth a part of it just south l of recent underground disturb ances was disturbed over u hun lrod etas ngohY ri sheucity has seldom been cqunllod fu our liisto ry The recon disturbances in f Missouri was a small affair in comparison with Now Madrid earthquakes but they continue andare iiptnbler for the extent of territory ttliectcd The disturbed area extendlLgfrom w stern Il t linois near the Mississippi to Leuvenworth and from usury a6+ little aouth e of St Louis covered about 25000 square miles The fact that the two shocks were nut very severe though elFaets were observcjd over quite a large re gion indicates that the area of t ofIconsiderable extentVr We record f on ant ay nige from thirty to forty ejirjhqliakes in n year though west c i these attract little attention VVV- V The small boy with or without cause is blamed for 1tr f wrongin z Master Hardld Hartshorn ofINow York 9 years old is at the top of the mischief wor kers if tne allegations l against him are true liar old is the defendant in a saii f for 50000 damages brouglu 1 r7 lnr Miss Marie Bentz hsformer governess who al leges in her bill of complaint that she suffered and will continue to suffer from hys resin anastasia para11iligit1 dizzinessi infaceIhubsdifficulty sory disturbances intense emotion irritability and oth4 chargeSthat 1ertdownlHu hffifSp1l1C Stant habeent f thcscconddisfriHJ Jsmall majority VW t n = 1 n L II w tO U I l CUR RED lTT SALE I Still continues Ihii week we hun iliad still further 1 reductions Roth the Shirt Waists Must GooII 25 CENTS For any 60 5Or Vaist in house 7BcFor our 125 Waists Silk Waists j50 All Colors Wf Misses and Cluldrens t tladies and Choice SIppers 100 I Ibonl200 imir thrown on the counter were gi 60 Ladies Slippers 75c Some were jaiO Misses Slippers 50c Some were fl50 uiics Skirts 2oo and upward 11 V have made heavy reductions nil through this department CLOTHING DEPARTMENT a75-ITakes choice of in house Buys any 1250 1000 Suit 398Foi4 any Boys Knee Suits 1Ul Piece fiits j Fancy Shirts S5c f Jf- oPants1 II ShtrtaTAt Red Letter Sale Ericas Hats I At Red Letter Stile Prices Suits At Hed Utter Sale Prices Shirts Red Letter Sale Prices r IN BARGAIN DEPARTMENT Next Wednesday AU Day vo 10c For any two articles on 10c counter DRUG DEPARTMENTIi Quinino pPl onnr Ot1lt4 1snnl price 75r sBcst capsules 10 ccnts qci Draught It cents lrgnar pric 25e relS IClrrular price i- J 5e CcuiPclullalpric 100 11ihe Of nvtuisv Ioneonis ISUJU juci r Groves Chill onic vcininitf Isu8lpricca oUe k4v LP WL WS13111S0110 UFv tir u nn CALL AND SEE US b U t iyfire constantly rccahriitg Fiosli Grocerios of 33tiid Choice Prch 1leaiileeiis areIIllllCSsIceClenin FrefeJi largo and small r A ofii useful articlos for lOco Jfay and Bran at JJ ter v6 Clio SONfI k o7 About 30 Pairs of Mews Fine Shoes OO 350 and 400 for Si89 Cash Shoe Stor- eRIOEKAYLOR 4 fieF r or tits I II l now re iIO i to dose Some I i 1 I I any suit the This takes 1850 ni- Usars w or j l Ml This takes worth 5 to fuO 4 1 T 1 At t r 1 rItll oH Ir v l 4 0 w all J1 J ei3 Idti All e o f FOR SALE3 good mules ono brood mare and farming implements 748tf LiD THBELKELO FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE j I j J Pa liirtth Ky Aug 12Atlur u oy Join U iIHIir oT this city 1 vill probnlily he a ouululnlo forl I Circuit J l1nit the Dtunoccatifl j I1 i whoilion has announced that he hits de I cided not to rung r A tabernacle meeting is in pra rtS in West lliekmnn conducted hy Eld T P Mooro ami assisted by others This locality Is n mile or moro from any church and several hundred people thereby Inconvenienced as to attending services at any of tho regular places of worship and houce these meotiugs People woro engaged yesterday in con structing tthe tabcrnycld a plnea wherein to conduct tho meeting Wo are the solo agents for Chaso cs Sanborus coffocs try thorn 8 15 4t LEDFORD HANDLE i J Cdr c- Ii 7 =lj Ii wit J I localt 1rat j i II uetwDvuQYG9 t YdyaSS Rv7 MUs Blanch Case iis reported ill with I K fever i i J7J Mittie atUni1t11ty j Itt Cream tobightI Mr F S Had of Union City pent Sunday in Hickman What is JcMen Rio CotYi Y tskLEDFORD HANDLE hi 4t IDr Dabnoj will preach at the Christ- ii next Sunday I j Mrs Jerry Malone of IuKi City iis i vhitiug in Hickman this Wh The cei brated Chase Sanburns I IrajrWen Rio Coffee will the found at 25l5Jt LEIFUKD RAN DLIvis1 1 1I v ll A McNeely of Sanburn 111 I j j fj visited relatives here the past week jj- S Mw9JR Brown and Mr J MX- Bot ei visited rf esii irwfekAt BarrysftlldfilII i 4 11Huftltr11 4 day 11- V M Kennedy of the firm of lieu j Bedy Ht Co of Martin Tenn was in i j town Wednesday j I i 01Mrsyeenuj i Anderson this w eL v I Chddrens Sclool Shoes you ran Ittwhat you waut here front ftk to JOII Cash Shoo Store RtE NAYLOHVS i I I Rcrr F Moore and wife attended i i Ilrelfoot tweeting Tuesday They re i j port a good meeting in progress j t MR W B Walker and luightr j j I Cljiri of Carol bersvillc art visiting tor daughter Yrs S A loujjr Brrau is the staff of life why iti t ute Sunshine flour and yon gtt the host on tthe market I The children of the furred Htart church will take their tint holy com j j j m union next Sunday at H1 m s I It Is stimuli that cnriugii coal to j load V1410 freight trains has pastdt- loti j n I the ifisri ilti the 11tit wtk i I Lcdford trill A IHandle haiutt re cdeist the r l liritd OKI uihnrr Joldc U Kio I lt1 1tt J I Alivs Liit Taiii nUu iui fr1III Union City Tut shay ueconipuuiid by hff littt 11111 trans 11Iri trttn111111 it Mf1 Lna iici Luycc Ihir1 V hpJi J has tlPit viMlinjr rdativ s in Cairo t lll fAr Wvwal wcfKs ri tun cil homo 1ridt Ii I I Isson in Economy Buy oar Show i nCaHhi RICE N AVIUR ii Mrs Thornton of Dvr ard Mis1 j P isle louittof Ttenton Tinn nlnrmd1 owe TutsJjay ii Let a WofIS vwitwifhi Irs J1 C Ilendrr x and It r L It I hosier 0 end tlIjn nllrlr at flip Ir TfCsUii ttpMr and Iran Oanc a H H ilrks tonighti 1 R Brown I bitirli thti l h nk Iwtfhlfit lltiiidunint HIHI ill imlro1 t Mki it one Of the tiKxt eorvliit lit laidences in tovu- rjlr Johns l ilhn who has 11111I 14 tdin itn1 i liyiJle rciuri d IHIUP Tlirstiyt tInn with hs dipoiia andf lirstt jt Mkes UfjMe trut s aficr Iralljt le riiti to I r l rnd llfllIl 1- 1Mr h tIIli Trina rt turdd to 11 1- erttt iIII Union City Weilndiy- Jlulte J B Koi liins i ial lIt iin ploradn for hex h alth Tho inorunr i atlplittt d W llvos tto rl Ttlyt+ wre Utluthe HIvRunt forgot ti try a powd ct t oidn i 1u Cnfttt at LEt FUKD HA X I iLH P tUilN fi Bond maiiafiT of tin liirl 8tcr1A llrndottnitt1 Oil C hft- iHsilay ov Miiii fr a 1 11tv slays vitt to hir old house in I haM = i lirwgttaf well lnowil fanner B i aHNnJlb l Ur UtIC Try a pi aird ot Ohife Sanhon j jLVr Otf and ot wilt HMt no olhr 9 1ilt LKDKOK X Ila N Dl E- Mr MnrriMi W Jloplon of Dallrts i tom and Hiss leas lt iio Navlor of Injon City and Mian Aisnio Carter t rtd eourty vtre visiting jn Ilitkman i dCY i nt Mrs Bn Kuykendall of 11tU Hprinzr reached Ilickntaa i Mr K is ja t novfrj iI flt along nndrious pen of sit f 4 erNave your honey shod and bngsries i roared at WJ Barrys by tptrtII Who tint treat will fall September 17 Martin says and there will be teem i tlireo suows during the winter the B T arriving UctuUerr or November 6 I Three will be the zero days and two ice spoils with Ire three to five inches thick Woodfortl Sun Joiiu llnskins who has been incbarae of the exchange at Falton has been given a push ion at Paducali by the Cumberland T T Co i 1f1 IA TyKr has gone to Chit ICa ffi blb1 V Tl ViliH1 will commence 7S j rfitr itt iniing at lplr Grove ehnrclfk Vxt Morday ttlt isth- Chatr Meir of New Madrid Mo iil iI lrlll t HikmnnIIII V i f j nomiiit r Jiicmher of the I from OV Bounty lhv T LegislatureIIj A h ris IMr Lto Garth Jones of Memphis II i i frill Ji r sitr Mr EIIHua Step e II Toiu wk the popular attorney of Clinton Jus ii Hick man Wednesday Me is a Jfilxihlf candidate for Circuit Jude ltn 1 1 L Tyler and wife leave next vook foreverat weeks stay at Wanke sha Mr Ts health iis not rood Mn Matti Ihtllof Union Ctty is- iting the family of her brother Mr C A Holcomhe iirfOlrs J1 ORourkc aceoni eeJvisitingi relatives and friendst A stunk flro ccurred in West Hick man Sloud night destroying a smalli hous iipifd by leery Oliver ownod ry Leyii Coh rt colored co insurainf 1rugtceatiJordan on Wednesday the following won elected for the oiuiniilg ar Insidi nt T T Swan of Hick 1k11II Viev Prrr AIL C Palmer of Fnl ton Seer Ernest Bennett of Pulton Tn as 0 IL Kirliu of Jordan The iiieftinsc was held in respoust tll a call of the National Asnn of Hetail Drag Ki ts The following were known Fulton fihlIlien are at Walnut LOST on th Lake having a trotxl time Kou Col thi IMeas Taylor Or W W Joariey Hear Polg rovt Dave Nickels W P Xoleii Ed Browder Jim Smith henry Tsylor and Master Max Taylor George Alley and a sun of Dave Nichols Pe iuly face lacking was that of Jim Putit T but Jim says they are onlyI polliwog fuhcrnien and that he does not assoei utr with that kind r L Hodl res formerly with the G organ Cotton Oil Co of Rome On ha accepted the snperintende y of this RK huond i1 Blind plant in this place said arrived lea week to it snine tJc dutiesofhisi Iposition 11aft tlmi till falfn and 4111 will L 111 fnl- lPltinnol i not later than Oct ltliI He ae riomi i ifiiliy Sam Tjinr also from the tJrhia Coui ory who will fill tthe position of night superintendent H 1 ALA The 11 irk man H t L Association rtnext Thnrsdu night 2lst in Coorir building Till fifteen foot 1Iloon srnt np hy Porter Albert Wjd of tho TtCteclft Hotel1 Saturday afiornH was found IhIIPd day ill tlie ciru field of E W 11111 H Adam niti iniles if Hiokmantaud ltln miles wtt of Stiiin Ky Itr lindmi way roporl rl in nvpiinse to a card ait uhd to the btii 11 Last Chance Nfvtviek r siitjj with TLnnday trla 1 p m iiis the last lhnT to tnke hares in the IIi kman iSnilditiH S ILUll Association liter that day no ri tok rut Ibe issued untili I 1ehru I an I Ii I BILL RAISERS CAPTURED I yiiH appears tillb un inip rtjnt cnp tarn of dariuald sipparcnlly pride si nil hill raisors vts cffcntl in this city TnSi cyctiiu Lil in thet aftrruoon ttwo persons vh affvvars l th nanu of lit Atkins and 111 rowan called at Riot fi JsiiylorK maiic a entail nrchisc and trtulTrd in rre Naylqr in payment what a lllnl Ito i iu a 2O hill Chdii e wai Lriv4n I in t lsi itaouiit Shiitly tlitrtaftcr it was di rut VTd the IIi dill was a ti note that hal 111 drJ rjised 10 21 Iby suimpp evidentlyi prepared for this KjHritii pur piS Marshal Dillou way notinetl who t wi immediately on the alert In dIE I nrautiiiKi thefnvindirn boldlyI appeared on Piirtoii lrPt trod pixiniptly cninc to nrief hNlylor apprehending Atkins and 1locking hut iip the store until he custodyf of Marshal1 Dill m Dillon ntlerwnrds ar rested mall A Brother of Umvaifw was also arreyted but wns tarried 1lonw Cur lark of evidence The indication arM from the sore a raiTngkof the hilt that they T ga to- cerafntsn Up before and bosiuoas tote u are oonifrJMJathiL themselves that tie is cultrlt l1t durance ThtxJiai nutrlllis were hold be anyrl frator trial befotf lie Fulton circuit courtIi = cSTRAY LOW A whtof and red spockletl marked spit in Ihfltftnnd aver bit iu the right par and tftjly three toatSf about 2 ronra od and tolerable size Reward for iu formation Address carp Courier office T H PETTY J Jt PilotOakwft1e ottertheirAS BYiXIMi OF 1LEASUllE A goodly number cf young people gathered at the residence of W T Cnr beinSh1isaWiIliosre- ceived several nice presents which was highly appreciated The young folks goodIcome oftener The Western Negro Press Association composed of about fifty editors in Kan sas Nebraska Colorado Oklahoma hasjustTopeka Kan where questions for theimprovement nogropapersThe members of tho Kentucky Press association had ontheirar i waitresseshadtheyweresympathy WANT S T0 BE SENATOR yrRobertcityfrommay e adrantafiosWhen of his entering the senatorial oampuifju of 1004 he replied eI like most other men have my aspirations and hopes but as I grow older in years I know moro than I used to know nud if Senator Unto is a caudi date for reelection I will not boo This is publicationmuch i sayit= eREPUBLICAN NOMINEES Pnducah Ky Aug 12 United States Senator W J Deboe this morning pro skin over a meeting at tho Palmer House of the Republican Congression al and Appellate District Committees which met to consider tho nmmnation of candidates for Congrcvs mIll for Judge of the Court of Appeals Allof the counties were represented txvg of them by proxy The Hon P II Darby of Princeton Caldwell county was nomi Hated far Judge of the Court of Appeals and the lion 0 II Linn of Knttawa 1 for Congress MORI of tho committee men returned homo at noon LEVEE WORK wcreoncnedlaRtvice work on the Keel foot lower St Francis earl upper Yazoo dis trios hnve keen forwarded to the office of the chief of engineers Washington D C Capt Winslow made no further recommendations titans the six mentioned in The New at the time He expects the bids with the awards of contracts veryt1 possibly mixt at which time theytwill be needs public Memphis News L WEDS THROUGH ADVERTISEMENT r Falton Ky Aug 12SOIl16 time since H JJ Ariel a local painter ad vert ised for a wife A welleducated woman from fcit Louis canto here and ThreoIleftIluwltlicuin it druggists received the tot low iing tolefrrant lkahonUiR IIIflag IQIT J Arid found dead at PocahonlnB advisee C GORDON rnCormier of HOI d County lnvr tuition pluiwod that his body wui found terrible uinnglcd on the Turdalia fineI i The descried wife has rttirn d to 8t Louis Dont for ft that WJ Barry has an cxtrl sheer The building of the Railroad trout Hickman to TipUmville rind from Hick tuau to Saints on the Cotton heft and till Iron Mountain arranged to commeiiee this year has been indcfinitly Ipiwpouod 01 account of the River Com mission fniiinsr to mnko lovoo allot inouls jinflicicntrlo guaninttiQ tho early completion1 of these levees With Idjco protection thcs roads ore of easy awn cUup construction 1 bur very heavy work and OO Uy wit 1I0U t levees p AtTIYE rust TEHIKIIAXOE Fulton Aug h1The temperance 1 campaign hero has taCun new life siuco tho olection iu Tennessee ns it theStntcseo saloons by special act All of the temperance forces ore working in harmony The women kayo hired a column a day in the Fulton Daily Leader iu which to show up their side of the case This column is edited by two proihiuent ladies MrsT N IJall aud Mrs J13 Nolcu Meetings will bo hold at several places the coming week and a grand union temperance prayer moctlng in ileattovrs Park Thursday r- M r i 4 Jv t r i s r 0 I It b- p tc Jj i 1 9t G j i = l ONE DOLLAR IKB DAYII I rr- Jt HOW NliE PI RWSlN oxr1FUf cIIt LIVED OK IT- uA short tinge ago said layman rltad in SHM t newspaper u letter or a stIni in which the writer said itrwas impossible to live mi 40 a month That ort of J utalkl t Sasllloneytintllat amount I did itOlt a smaller t tleistilJ page containinj anI iITIHlnt I I of his monthly 1 trtitltfssiiu- iL i n t i I April 30 TIlt hook shoxvwl j August S 172 StIptflIIltpr i i 0 347iJ October1 wurkctlI i 1 IIhallsI t i a month owinj t n witVs i j sieknessl7503 NovvmW +26No December 210 During these months continued Haynmn proudly we lived11111 and kpt oiitsof dbt lit the LItt1t i part of I cemb T I lost my job f 11vlloand then hard tinn s begun 1 The litthY1Ook1 1 was again Lon nltd awl shownI thuII during three vfekof Feb ruary Hay man earn d1 1510 In January his income amounted t c q1 110 i A good many 11 pl ins i in agino they are not living1 pi said HYiyman unless ihey have potatoes thnv tules at day and porterhouse staks- shallI trttY t itbeliovct but we certainly Jlived well ii on S14O a day Mow i i Well for breakfast wehf bought say 15 cents worth j r rofneat round steak soraviJI elioi Jbit of bacon and I liver or s teething lik that I I taliIt I lot a dime SLS you do1 off fresh t bread and its just as good1 r for toast A supply of collecv+ Ifor the day will cost fiv cents Btitterine is just as it good and sometimes better than butter so we get lf cents worth and that lastsFF all day with enough leftover f for breakfast next day j i j Thats your breakfastl and II- t it costs you 35 cents Then of t I have bought 10 cents worth lI of col and carried it home on my back For dinner w spent the same amount butnI 1had a change of moat A 1 wort goodheavy breakfast and dinner l but supper is notsO particu J lar He isnt going to workII at night and wont noe I Hi j much to oat you see noj with this thought in mind IIII went to the dairy aril bought i iltfnle1it milk Five cents worth ofjt cornmeal made nice mush find if we did not like that jI N we had the stale breed hlreadbj J 11fhatI I i I Mel ions Save Buys Life While going out of the Nanticoke t River says a special from Laurel Del r rtothe Philadelphia Pre the sloop of Capt Nomiah Onion WAS cawized in I Ithundor squall nearly drowning RII Captains fivo year old son The boys I r ip rwatermelonsp I The Captain was hurled into theII I water and on coming to use surface could see nothing of tho boy in the 1 ii 4 growing darkness He called to him J but tho wind drowned his voice Tr captain hud gone Bolus nod told the i t news to tho heartbroken mother They were mourning the loss of their child when them was a knock At the door 1uucI tho boy was placed in their arms t He wcs picked up a few moments i j after the disaster by a party of excur i sionists in a gasoline boat They MW him with his fruit life preserver by t 4 aid of searchlight t Watch For a shill i Howaver slight at this time of year t r t lull in this climate it is the forerunner of malaria A disposition to yuvn and i an all tired ont reeling oven comes hot fore tho chill Horbine by its prompt T Stimulative action on the liver drives t i7 the malarial germs out of tho purities tho blood tones up tho syste and restores health 60c at L P W S Ellisons l I l tI 6t N ttrwvrvv1B I o i TilE ANKLJ Jill TING os litio flHis HKKI v L 1 ii j tlt iicd1ittt- tt Ia 11 l I r11 t or IIi t r 1 mII at cuvir a Jan s niory He rumi like u tititd in the i t Lreakiug through airy iIiUUlIIIr Ii c t l s tct rr i1ts i uda1 i1r I url r ii n I r t Itf nd1- 1rtllltlu I I airI ic1c gaythat t ankle hIt 11 4 nulultoii- handicapted is lby uo means a new I rl I tIcrlflll 1 1ui hn s i i h i Unit hoisery if i vii nt i prIt lriia1r ir ri WIilrtrI Lhtrt if t u- ll i i rk ParlPtw IAptlrfli 1 1tILJrirt I II hiIlltr si if iciuj M h j rut h ruslur hrtw f i FRAUD IN HN r EI s ltar i fHI ty larii ij j lul tad hail t t t 11kt it1ikalltEl t it ttt I I II 1 11l 111 dI 1 II i II ha 11 II t J ill lad iiv 1 y i r ii WJlilo tIL rit vl t I ijpj 11 iiih y t i u ti gulf ii 1t rc I vtioss hiii iir V1tii iultr nil 11111 i r d lie iir iiil he II d tIIr I L ilvK1 tin i iiii cii l tl- isk Lt Kan1i rnrlrd II Ij k I f rout ui fa Ilrf trfrft aO11 I ur rdonl insI soul it P r 1- fIhtukricin I i t thll Lat 1 drlsst 11 front L1u I1i voic vis plainly t i hlh Ulinn tb tr ettntlt lare crd at- tract d by rth incident HE HAS A NEW EAR Alexander Ifanimrnil of Mal veto Pa h1c cturn d from the Presbyterian Hospital PhiladeK phnt1 proilf1withl a new oarij earttI i ubci1uentIvl amputation was ntt try A lew weeks ago ho entered the Presby terian Hospital where he underII went an operation An made ir Ihis neckarilI IIof the flesh ttherefrom was converted into a new tar Jn n short time I is beii vcd the CM will look almost as natural as liotlcr ouelI FISHERMEN CONTINUE TO FIGHT I j Frrm Troy Banc r ji The recent transfer to i LSnrdKk the fishing interests of llilfoot Juke has lusedno small aitionct of ixeiit ascot and comment nmoii the lwtlUrs on and aboit tho lake it will be re mcmbertfd that the auprrrcourt InIj decided trialt KoMfuothiUc longed I I J C Harri it nu rely d cidi tii thit j Kr lfoot luki was su jfii 1 pri alf j ownership nu did nut diiSi vinsr i I pIOpirt it aif tthe propirty dff- ent ny The fishtiistt n ot Knii i take now pr oaring to brine nit a jrv tt leijal l attlr tries pn p x to huiid a It ThtIItadrrs of Miis IUt1k111iiI arc Usrs John Shaw Ilid Walter Prit Jhrv propose ro t llt I Ihr mutter rtir iiu0II to the jnmpttir if place Tin propose j i probe to tlc foundation vr rightst000Utetitntnsoulliil larr4II and fishing itrtcrestd or Kc iabIVc uuderritanU the issue will llo raknjj efore the United Stnts Supreme court j KINGI II i COST OF CROWNING England paid more than1 1KKCOO and the Engiih people between GI4O 000 and HOO 000 more to et King Ed ward VII crowned1 The tanner w amount may In1 iuereased wlvn tpij tiuu of reckoning cumin but 1 lVrate it cost the English go t- uerrtyt4200 a minute for the royal pa grant These figures however are rot cousidered excessive as coroi aiions go aotrvrithstandlng the fart that it rust the royal treasury ouly t106 to crown startlingTmi drop from the cost of the edrouuriou ceremonies for Wiiriain IV Qaten ViI lorias ptMlectssor when tiio govern meots bin for thf exerciser amounted to a trifle more than 121000 I 1THOGRAPH ORK I II hrtIt1U l veads Litho Note H10 ids Litho Bill Hcils Litho EnveloMs At as low prices anbeU 21tm A Courier 0ea = iI4IM A tiiA I MI I E- 11I j 1 i KUi I 1ai I t I I tjI i I t havt iiii nviji ItllYO n I dont think 1 1uittt tu i lld Tin iis only a family tnulU in- tInt 4 i Ih i j t h tile Vlitro1 uln I iri t 1u lutl t Litt rtntii hero as xtiy ttler gtnllHq III hi hI 11 4r wl tluI i1 titGC I1 i d I iut lndl i 11tlr i tita i II ii iti t lill I con 1 11 I jl PIt It Hatt 11 ill 111lkUI wittfl I 1rii i 1 it J i t ft i I I Ii It I I i1 d 1ii i 5i1i n Lr f Jqqi I imi Old j ff r L lt 1 n LII i ttillt 1iH 1111 aiil Jt ft II Iin CII L d 11t ill1 Iii MM tItlttii i lIS- IIIIiI nli1 1t Iids- I I II n I If I i i i i J It I of 11 kl iiI r t Jlilll IYliItiiiu ijhILdi ofthatI rittr ace IItttliClandl t t t allLl 1t tu ir lluo l tii tluy tl ben tlte nrii t li ijaiii dccitli in njuit J i 11 flit poor man = hall have hlBt dliiv in t ourt and the licit lint it and miit t I rstil shall not be permitl tl1 tt1t interpose hisi money as a hilhtI against punishinoml CiOri 1innati1crst THINliS TO REMEMBER Y- It1 ucnibor that he pays the fr igfci tact i entitled to the very bet that I house ran giv1the mot comforts chair the thing Lo likes to rat t suet 4 smiles and thv tcudunst lonnV anti usidoration that his wife hay her rviM rtoirt- K IIH jiiber that a tt curans part of t uiiiriiiiiuiial bargaiu iis waking a l- fIh acme If slio fans in that s Jh defiulted on tho contract Rud- I c st rves to be srnt to the enitvutiary Kfinetjiorr teat whiii she niarriwi s ui ir f her OWl ire wiil aud accui wiInd anxieties hue come she D IsLt to regard lursHf as a vioti u i i iatl o her haflKUid She wailj i IXLuS to unary him as he wan Inl tu tell her domostic troubl uiyLody not even her mother Un t woiiau gets ready lo relate tthe sto uf si huhbauds misdeed in the divor otrt ht owes it to her own dignity k 1 ep aiteMco I Irucrnher that a laugh iis lightnii null 1 that will carry doimsUe ntiuosphei 11irhttae a fily intotiset cnrth iiUnienilcr that tiieu I Iappctiati Imttt mach as wouieu du The aT arc AnierioiiU hu = ljiiud works tike dray licrse from morning to uight I support his family and when he do not ifet cviii thanks for the urifice I makes 1 lit must voirlev wbat ever tuu hUll fooltnuugh to luirdoit hinjr wirh 1 fdiiily lieiuembor that tenderness IOTO da sjderatiou geutleu441 i uieue brighlncaH are the jualitii that Hi adorn a wilt They are oldfosiuof virtues hut the wo JdIas never 1 proved upon them Use tllcm et day of your life anti the coming y we will rite a fallinp oft in the diro binJoees Fs COST OF RAISING CHiy DREN Tie avomjjf of raising chiMiTJ to the age of j yrux is at Learnt To brim ot riu1i to the age of flve 1 Kid Bi tJH ot tji400 Io illicit perreut of the rnI children fail to reach the age ot years For every child dead thereat least two sick There is less ge i tjjcentnrrsnnov to 3C yearr ill tbo dl1 of WRomer tbirtyflsi tawny live now to be 70 as they did to be Cii It ikI slraugtt that si 1costs 10010 raise children to live jold that so warty should undertake losing task Xo wonder pecpte r tnor when it eft them fo mnr Irabl so manyehddren eftIae- I CQCOAINE DANGERS 1 Hohert ll orNoinloUol1in Coeatna 6Jtootha tu hatpiniketa r l l Bertforl ItvVhitehead 9totc 11 0 tiil iW 1G =u dIIit4 8 iI I 1 V f Loo V 10011 WE NAVE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE AMERIGArJ I lfifade of large strong sires heavily galvanized provides for expansion and contrac IIAmplyOnly Best Bessemer steel wiresw IIused always of uniform quality I Never goes wrong no matter u bow great a Mrain ton it Does i I multtatc but does dkktlj turn I Icattluand horses pigs ii tEVERY ROD OF IbI I Can see it show you how it will save you money and fcnCQII your Holds ao they will stay fenced Titis is the fence formorly MoldI 4 y M U Shari Son We intend to kfp- it in stock if it situ be bought Wat hove a large and well selected lim of flnLFarm Implements fliiruess Arc r W 80 HENDERSON1 CO 1a OJ 9 Zr EaY SIAErE OPPOSITE R K DEPOT I rnH POLLOCK PrcpF- inttelitst turnouts buggies snrreys I i ridges wife teams Are Cu towr I served WIth courtesy and politeness I Ptroua o solicited 1elephofie 191I Lathititit- Srlea StoreI I i I ail Selection of j i NEW I BOOKSSTATONERY 1 I NOTIONS Caliand see our Stock Ever thing uji tto date MAKY BEUEXDES ItH- MdTB WEBTE T or ALL I Nunnallys Candies ICALI t I CALIFORNIAPERFUMES I I FORE SP IBYCowgill Sf Covoill0 l iri BAR 1GSt SHOP t 9 L To my old wtouiot8 We are Here to stay Nobody kill appreciate you patronage or take wore plMore Hi try tug to please y1t than Wft old reliabk bubelSR U OAU ATKLL WILL Huowitw I COURIERJOURNALQ I I 2 TIMES A WEEK MM TIMES A YEAR i 1 The TWICRAW Ell COUKIEK OUJtNUI ill the t paper Iublished iD the UnIted ftnes for Democrats and for all reRem It Is the equal of iii any I Dailies and the superior of aU j Semjoek Etlttor lies JENR1 W AfERjj SON The WedatstQtty itwue is devoted toII Nl WS JqT11tS the SniUfj9 to THE JIOm Snit lo copats nptlioation Address I free on CUliRIE JOLR1LCUyCIANlLouisville i Ivy I j rLyw POINTS r Take your Plow Points to George Buck aud ha o them sharpened two or 25 cents t or ALl STEEL VQYEHWiSF fiELD FENCE and Can IlIH1NIAj1 j N WAGON e1 1 KAStJFAvrti JRs uF TIlE rKi nJC TIn eT lff f O S f Y 41 i4J r r i illCKrlfJlaJiNBAIIIl HICKlIAXI KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in 50000 2ftttyDocs1 Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully sojieitud o The hands and Securities of this Bank tire protected by tyr- Mbsler Patent Screw Door Hus never yet been Opened tby Uurtd o RT TYhKU President JOHNSON Gashicr C A HOLCOMBK Vice I retaidentBRRG Aast Cushier u r r3 1W- t DAS1t K3ASHt CASH 0 I I have the largest and host sleeted stock oX Fresh U series in the city w rich I am stilling as low as the lowest for Cash and Cash only Harnessalwhich will 1 bo sold at rock bottom prices Call and examine mv stock and be convinced Tjf t t1 t a raQ talia exlioaBL i A Cure For Cholera Infantum Laf May says Mrs CnrtLs Buker of Bookwiilter Ohio an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from choler infnntum The doctor had given u n7 hopes of recovery I took a bottiIf Chamberlains Colic Cholera and f irrboea Remedy to tho house teUiu theta I fort sure it would do oodW used according to directions Iu two days time the child had fully recovered and is now f nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to fail in any single instance l or sale by Cowgill L Cowgill Lhrslclan anti Druggists t Ford Saturgeon a prominent drug tirin at Rocky Hill Station Ky write We were requested by Pr G B Suig i ley to send for Herbino for tno benefit of our customers Wo ordered three i dozen in December and wo are glad to i say Herbino has given such great sat II I thisIay ffuyp begtoiu rcc m tlc IJerbine tt uOe bottle at L P W S Ellisons s Ask for Sunshine flour none better vr0 1d i