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The Hickman courier: n. Friday, October 3, 1902. The Hickman courier. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1902 hic1902100301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: n. Friday, October 3, 1902. The Hickman courier. Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1902 $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. r t1r sF 7- w4i rltL A foEI ft R 4 er ct t J C C1 f T- fv j r i r rEt 1i l gf i M tPN f i HEi III4K Y 1 COURIER C Li i Js7r E ftif OLDEST iTEWSPAJPEB UST WESTERN KENTTTCRY x 111C FFt 1 i ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTYr KY OCTOBER 3 1902 VOL XXYVU nin c f UNITED STATES j i fIS FAR AHEAD OF EUROPE IN V ELECTRICITY ff i jSTew YorK Sept 27At a f meeting of the American Institute of ElepfJrical Engineers in New V York city President Scott said dint since the organization of the electy trical installations in the Unitedr graphtlindtiv from 1000000 to over 4000 000000 The United States he Added with onlyoncfifthur tho popu iation of Europe and Great Brit ain Jhas two and onethird times the kilowatt capacity in power Stations and three and onehalf 1 Jthe mileage of electric railways l lower hoflses in operation j Vsand under contract in New York T city would replace all the central Rations for lighting and power f in Great Britain or Germany V they would operate all the elec tile rail way s of Great Britain and Europettcombined one alone would be sufficient for the rail ways of Germany and the output rbC a singe= generator would run all tHe railways of Switzerland a- ri Buick Delivery o y a are ip positlgn nqw to deliver iyo Oroceriea and fresh meats as soon as we Tccpivo orders haying added another delivery wagon fjjDFotp k RADDLE Y eBIGGEST BOAT ON THE MISSISSIPPI 1The great steel hulled towboat Peter Sprague by far the largest boat ou the 1 lilfssfis ppi passed down Friday lust Au idea of the nun euslt3 of Ithe steel towbont Sprague which has been corn 1 t JW 4 liT r tt 1 V4 f vj n lljfatt9 tow Lu t that her length of Bull includinK the 40foot diameteri VhVeKla1 318 ffctj width 01 feet Sbp Jjlati tbrco lore and aft Ituli l ad8 and nine crcsawirio formiri cloven watertight compartments The deck is 250 feet long S3 feet wide and 15 feet high with a space 85 feet long between tho boiler room rind the engine room to car try tier coal supply f20COO bushels The Vvifer tck is supported ou three eons 1 ujrtlifeCil liollgw teel qplumhs 15 fcptJ fPasJ gextendt1iF of the deck nud jingle pars at the sides about 1 iWpfiPt Apart all supporting heavy ltripgi pt the chupul bars on whigh 0e phpck beams rpst Tile abin has cialit state rooms for officers on each side of tho 20oot cabin tinished in modern style Aft of these are separate sleeping Bparfmeutu and mess rooms I andPtoilet rooms are for all the crew The boats chimneys are 50 foot higbI from the boiler flues She has 26 cu V gincs largo and guinll including two joiJnr pngioc Thp cylipdrs of her juclf PrpMrire F1gipes lira 12y feet long v aHdwcigh 1169 liHJuuds each She r cl as two high and two low pressure eu gines The steamers power is suflicieut to enable her to tow sixty loaded coal V uoMa Sha has four balance rudders i t U4 feet lout Hud five feet water resist qpJce WILL NOT CONTEST if = rt Fulton Leader Tt hfti b en rvraored on the streets that tit antioptlou people wero pre piiriBf to opiJteet Tuesdays election but fete report is absolatoly without fottudatioir Sir ltntghtaRdtheother loaders r are pakiagtheir defeat iu tho best of spirite aud say they have no thought of a ooatiet All sides are to be con ifF4fJ iM omataeettntgf the good na Gaped lneuupf in whick they havet et H tqJtleet pBfkf JT JVoHa pvopla warm up quickly 4pticeol4rjt as rapidly- O ry o tn r4fJS TtlTE AS Ott ihflNtali third Taeedar of sack nth the Oolloe Belt will sell reuad trip lto Texas Arkaasas Le+ltMUMi OkIMoDAncl Iirfwu Tem pry at ese fialalectO lor tbetouud trip TioM wwtfc limitedi to three 5 weed ttfcifCttri tad will allow stop ggeciz goiDftitrfp For fall par- J fiiowla rOl aaodaoi illustrated r paMpItt eta in the Soathweat t irThlMlCa TianMr veldt a Camera ntioP PIerDktt Pass Alt tQTXaiD XpkwTK tt p tt t A a t t r 2r + iII I il I III TIPPLE IN TABLOIDS t A company with a capital of 1000 000 is being formed to turn out whis ky and wine in tho form of compressed tablets Westminster Gazette Every man it would seem con a collar now make Of a not very largo trouserflooket And enoughinBoth with wine and with spirits to stock it So in case he is anxious to treat an old fri mLIi Or acquaintance whom ho in the j street meets Why the giving of drinks in tho future will tend 1 To a mere iaterchnnging of sweetmeats i I 1 NbVjtbo tabloid of wino or whisky 1 no doubt Sbo partalce i But that Chancollors task wo should tot care about i Who a drug in the market would 1 make of it And supposing tho Revenue wore not exposed excisablePray pock ct bo closed j At tho hour whioh the Law doerusfadvisable So Sir Wilfrid 1 Sir Wilfrid to you we would turn capabilitiesToloids discern For fadutiesAnd to ask if you think eyeu yourt witWhen in now shapes an old tolly pops Can hope with tho aid of your often gritTowith a traffic in lojli 9ps7 rrLppdon Truth Nations Encampment A R WASHINGTON D o OOT IS 11 02 it UIiand return at about ono coat per milts Iqwlitmtt f = t mgton Ask M t 0 I goonJ for ctxtiet particulars 0 THE FATHERS HAND li t 1 I ft ilIu Jlia I aim Aud fhdSlorm iu mv heart in vyudj My fear would increase to terror tub vlierevcr 1 sluuri ITis jiiinc ly feol for my comfort The clasp ot my liutbcr hand Duty has ordered nip forward But I aui afraid to go The work is too groat for my doing So little 1 see and know t And yet 1 eau find IUT courage And obey my Lords command For 1 feel tiq force of n gui anat In ttbp ulagp of myhbthors tiu uti am as weak as the children Hut my Father is wiso and strong trust in him vyhen iu danger Ad he helps me to raiSrt a song IFor every night has it inornmg And kepis jg in every laudl And Im not afraid to go onward With tho clasp of my Fathers hlndI It is truo that tho end is oorulntriAnd my mystery like a shroud Hangs over tho parting waters 11 should fear to enter the cloud f But that this 13 my happy seorot = As I wait awhile on the strand Closer and yet more tender Grows the clasp of my Fathers And- Murnunc Farniniihnm Ohrlsttu ii 1WorldCan Tell Time of Day by Look lug in His Hand 1 Louisville Time Russellvllle Ky Sept 29Amos Amazioh Morton aged thirty nine years is n local negro with q reniprk abloand niysterloua gift pillion neither ho nor any cue who has seen him can explain Thus gift consists iu thp abil ity to toll the time of day by looking in tho palm of his hand and ho never misses by more than seven minutes He says there is a dnrk brownish spot which follows tho lines in Ins hand and that it is by observing the location of this spot that he tells the time ot day Another remarkable fact about Mortop is his knowledge of tho Bible If one reads one or more paragraphs Morton can tell the book chapter and verso and repeat the rest of the chapter Morton who is locally known as Bud iaof a quiet melancholy naturelint popular with both white and black people His e now employed as janitor at tho Tier aid Ledger office LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTH WEST VIA MOBILE OHIO RAILROAD One way second class colonist ang settlefstickets will bo soTtMally Burin September arad ootobcr rO points Iii OaUfocaiaa d thp West and North we4 A KM Jt p Agents for par tieskw NU c tu UNION CITY SALOONS MOST GOwj11i Now that the prohibitionists ot mv ton have achieved a great vidtorjaiHl the election is over begins to develop the sentiment which has heretofor boon quiet but dominant among the trnnWatthenoq Union and companion societies hays rboen Imrd at work from week to week doing all they could to increaser anti augment the temperance movement but tho question of prohibition lhas boon discussed very llittle receutl among tho fansines and professional cafastHowever S i t many places and judging from opi ilJayei rpretty well understood that tho Ilogili upotoconsidor J in towns of 5000 and under tho righfe II open and hold an election to decl IIwhether or not saloons may be pr ri hiuitad and tho way seems to ho clltta uriThistJ j unlQI1Cityi ll this state thnn it tints twelve wears aga j I ludicionsare1 il j Uftja itt will follow tho lead of Fulton Mt abolishing tho trafic This wo gutres from all therisas tot prentedmmercial l subiyil liuiunn r J T Y 31 J I T i iil of- 4t t LNTS no 1 r 5f tJ J i l 1 o he on h r jLh next I das 1 YOUl t invited aIe i 4 ti Anv alt6ratiuti ef1l1i f be J tiie 7 l o l l ot lilt Rejected Lwers Double- CIime l t Memphis Sept 23 Joseph l mcrs n w4t known young niau ot 1 this sho and seriously Miss Rosa Bq rodofsky and the weapon upou himself inflicted is thought to be- n fatal wound Emers it is said had asked Miss Borodofsky to mnrrr him He called at Nor hqnso 43Q panto qtrcoft thi ovening It is j r that the yogngiady did not look with upon Ilia suit awl so informed j him drew a revolver and fired at the girl tho ball striking her iu the chin inflicting a serious Thei was and tlio right sido y paralyzed Emers then the weapon to his breast and fired theI bullet passing throughi the longs 1I OFF FOR POLITICS This is an off year in national poll J tics and the Washington Post The general impression in Washin- ton Is tiittt tho present congressional 11 campaign is marked with apathy Widespread intermit and enthusias- seems to bo lucking At the Republican headquarters this condition is Acknowledge t but tho congressional mangers a claim that it is because they are so confident of victoryvthcy do not find necessary to stir up party spirit tQ tf high pitch Democratic headiv quarters it is claimed that ia more than ott yearly in th Jeffcrsbaram ranks and that the resultI i will be Democratic victory i il i 1 THE IN HUMAN LIFE A writer describing tho great lJAS f the New York subway re fleets that only twentyfour lives have been itselifeItnsbeeuof people have been walking over the luHIio been riding alongside of the deep cxotlYdII tioh risubtia3 onehalfhaving cost to this date 821000 000 The hu man dost is considered the less when 3JOOOOsolid rock have This lhas boon done ire the tho most po1mnted 17iitedStatesIn commenting upon the twon Wburt deaths the writer sug gets that they may almost bo considered again No one is so foolilfell as to claim that tho construe W1vtof the is thin pIQther trmiinjpvogross When the trains mein operation life will esafer stteotsfUrSyaFldapioroJ of EfillecundertakenStJ suhnJ1witht itAII r y ll h R CLlV ODAfYf F A bi UDlfS l V J- t rS IIRrtffflORMAb rt J t x ir rThe will ti I for t111lptct S viU made free ofjOhre Ellison MC1fan I Co U hTaqu Vicksburg Miss afternoon wounded turqjng what boarding presumed favor Euiers wound jawbone broken turned J YEAR 1 i campaign At there usual activity COST streetcars been bhvsted heartof thickly tlc apathetic SEEKING HIS SON I 1oWI Paris Tohn was hero today in lnroh for his sou Frank who loft hisI fortrgaxas i Mr Easly gave to the correspondout of the Memphis Morning News the fol laving facts and description Afy lay left lU company with Qhnrlio Martin about his qvq Siltt havo boon to Tenntotwhore the Martin boy had relatives thinking I would thud my son but did not 4 Mr Early telephoned tho Memphis Ipohco to be on the lookout for him asr fho learned that they passed throughi there Thursday going south Tho boy is 1C years old weight 00 pounds woreI a dI anhA1It it iiislearncd Nom that he had changed to long pants crown hat and shoes too flafgo for hint Martin was off the same ago and1 wcighed about 135 pounds itltINericagf l Jifeob Whitei Bob White 1 Thychali ringACTaS9 brown northm1 I wind brings The challenge into town The Uttered pages on my desk V Do rustle in the wiiid As if of crisp October leaves They fairs would me remind fiamiugreditand meadow brown and sere Sitice gentle summer fled Tiles whisper me Ah who can fail ilo take the challenge of the quailI ieMilc1onC1ll atNew York went fto Mp cent the highest figure of tF iiJ i l = 4 of r As Money Could Make It FridnYtHickmanindustrial and manufacturing edition in 1Iprofusely and excellently edited It wasa triumph of success so far pit benefits j Hickman but wo do not know whether Mr Warren realized a profit and ware contain that tho cost was VeryJ groat as the whole was as near perfect as money could make it Columbus Critic WILL AROUSE EUROPE ChicagoSopt 20hThere have been other revolts in Macedonia and a good many attempts nt uprising against the Turkish tbeingTheo Christoff of Kanzanlik BulgariaI last night This uprising was planned when 1 loft my country in the early summer and has bean truly said tho conditions in Macedonia and in some of the other Turkish territories are such as to arouse the Russians to assist the Macedonians any effort to free themselves from he Turkish yoke The Sultan has re promised the Macedonians they shall have itse1fgovorumont fazesbutMr Ghristoff who is making a tour tho United Stator is prominout in ulgaria 9 o ceFOR RENT1 A small cottage good garden spot good cistora and other couvuniencqs near Dyorsburg road iJ miles from Ilfclr man other farm laud adjaeentya Courier office Three of a Kind ntEllnBellotliatseerCt I told you not to tell hartoStella Shes a moan thintI told hor not to toll you I told her Ella WeH I 4old her I wouldut 11nJ you she told ItoSO dojjt tell her I did oc iI r vN tn I lu the old days they spoke of ast licensed fool If sill the foots were re quired to have u liccuSc now tho gov erumcut could do away with its other ed true und still retain the surplus 1 Theros1t single tai for youKou tuoky New EraiJSS h BELATEflCRY muttor t 0tnie r Johnnie 1300 hoc 001I Yesterday I foil down find hurt myself V L3- Maiuuia Wall what are you or tuff tfldtty for Johiuiio YOU worpnt at hono yes 1h today Jlothcrs Who would keep their children iintt good health should watch for thou first symptoms of worms and remove them j witn Whites Cream Vermifuge it iis the childrens best tonic It gets digestion at work so that their food does c them good and they grow up healthy and strong 2Gc at L P W S Ellison JEFF BARD PARALYZED From Fulton Leader Mr Toff Bard one of the most widely known and highly respected farmers iinI this section was the victim of a severe stroke of paralysis at his homo east Fulton this morning Ho was form about two hundred yards from his resi dance in an unconscious and uumovablo condition thq attack having comp on him while no was on his way home from visiting tenbt house Hq is in a critical condition and on account of his advanced ago relatives fear he may not recover His father and brother N Taylor Bard both diva with paralyis Do Yos Want te Yawn Feel cold shiverings aching in the boues lack of energy headache and great depression These symptoms may be followed by violent headache high lover extreme nervousness a condition known as malaria Horbine ceres it Take it before the disease gets a fair hold though it will work a cure in any stage J A Hopkins Manches ter Kan writes 1 have used yoar great medicine Herbine for several years There is nothing better for ma lava chills and fever headache bilious ness and for a bloodpurifying tonic there is nothing as good I COc Rt L P v W S Ellison All me and women are good some being merely good others good for remainderthe good for aa4fsg- r C s r v YOUR SHARE OF MONEY Have you J866 P If you jiayil s not you are short your per capitat share of the money circulation of the United States and some one has what would be sorning to you if the money that isin circulation were equally dividnd This state float is pimple without reservatioa on the authority of the latest icport of the Treasury Departmentli Another thing you are entitled to 7 cents more than you were ono year ago according to this same report even though there has been allowed for tm increase of 113000 in the population forinf sametimc there has been an Carcase of more than 05000000 n tho money in circulation So you see you are better off than you were a year ngoif yougot your dues In fact you are getting better off nil of the time What has happened since 1879 The popu lotion has increased 58 per cent and the money in circulation has 178 per cent7 and more thou onehalf of that increase in circulation has been in gold tZinf gold certificatesftfJ RESIDENCE FOR SALE V inEastatrivatc i B I BOSTON BOUND TO HA VEORDERf Your scribe had the pleasure of an association at fleer creek A good crowd in attendance Brother Allen Hensly preached rousing sermon Friday FridCtYnight A shooting mrrcd iftt fgtiv were Wlt ded t r D v aunt plus fonnd at dark issuing people to go whore they pleased and fear no danger for he intend to keep order if he had to send many to jail McWorter Cor- Iouutain Echo PLQW POINTS a wGeOtgaBUCk25 teats tJ f THAT MAN HILLS t It looks now as if thosewho ave been haying that David 15 Hill will never do for PresidentIwill at least have to acknowledge that he has a mighty sight to say about the marshaling andar c rangenients of the Demecraticjjd forces in NewYork and thatupiif on his leadership must pend the victory or defeat of the party at the polls in November Perhaps Mr Hill is willing to perform thisgreat service without JfichIJ chances and graoefullyabldetheJ decision of the Democracy hAn nationald j leader in 1901 AnyhowV it Is to be doubted if tiny sound Demp crat wants to get alongentirely Without Hill 55555 NEW USE- r FOR PAPER Paper gloves and stockings are 4 now being manufactured in Eu rope As to the manner in which the former arc made little is 1 knownj but the stockings hava ii been carefully exaiained by xiperts and they are loud in he praise of them Let no one ai stocksumo= Jo ings because they are mmde Vt 0 I paper will only last a few dayfi for they will really last Rlmeatjas3 l ngas ordinary stackirigeV jff Health Phywekii Bipp y Muiitfg i port tlwt there is aol a aeai ot iMJitU pox ia CWoa c BtyWt r ptea jm i bet of cweee oftypHidfl1 h t 1 t 0 jFk 1 i 6 1 3 iri 3Sf i j I f i L r j t z J f v I f 1 iii Jf i c 1o L 1 r YL r L A 2r= tHE HfCKMANCOURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor JIICItMAN KY OCT 31S02 N1QRO BURNED AT THE STAKE 5OOO People Witness the Seene Bill Gibson a negro was burued at the stake Sunday near the town of Ccriuth Miss for the crime of out raging and murdering a most respecta ble white lady Gibson confessed his guilt and gave details of the revolting story including his struggle with the game little woman He also confessed to many other crimes and some other atricious murdersatMANY WENT To Fulton to the Reunion jThe people of Fulton made great preparations for the entertainment of tie survivors of the 7th Kentucky Confederate Veterans and their efforts were rewarded by a large attendance ofr the old veterans and an immense crowd of eitizeus The attendance of veterans from Hickman and vicinity tva too huge to enumerate personally The occasion was everything to delightt the hearts and feelings ot old soldiers and citizens Capt H A Tyler Major floury Half and other prominent ex Confederate veterans intide speeches An bistorinn was selected to prepare a history of the battles lu which the ith Kentucky was engaged i NEWSPAPER GROWTH Iu 1800 there were 200 newspa pers of nil kinds regularly ap pearing in the United States Then the population of the cou try was 530848 Today ol1 most upon the dividing lineithe centuries with our population OiGJJa000000 we have wore than 20000 newspapers and periodicals During the period spanned by these figures our population in creased seventeenfold while the number of newspapers and period icals increased no less than a liun dredfoM It is doubtful ifany one bH ness n11ol1g us for the niomentre gHrdiiig the new papcsas a pure I ly bustiiess enter rise has so- 1f newspuper In the brond sense as ore of our social institutions itf t has kept pace with our nationall development while as a businessI and latterly as a profession it h ins become possessed of resources the way of capital invested andl brains employed that give it high places umohg enterprises which ar dietinctly America- nIt is the newspaper which we I Lad responsive immediately the social progress of the poop The social element dominates the TIN hole history of the newspaper Our political life bas been a con tinuous and agreeable inspiration to it growth from the beginning The pulpit and the hustings were the centers of public opinion in the early days of the republic Tuday the American newspaper the open fcrum chronicling history in thevery hour of its making propelling by its own force thsa thought directly or indirectly ofand all our people in one direction or another Without it society would be reduced aliaost to a pmitivestate j J JOHN K HENDRICK Registera 1 cAlater iin regard to the withdrawal of Co1I1 E IL Taylor of that city from the race for governor and of his strength going to Col Hendrick of this district wi- llIbepl8Miug news to the thousands of Headriok admirers in this end of Ken tBoky It means that the First dis trict willi famish the next governor of- tliiaatate N j O STLRR SCHEDULE l LEAVE IIICKMA 4 oi Lewes 150 pm J NoLeitee 750 prat lfilfyiEiiiT B 700 a m t KItRIVIt T1- n rrl18 RitI Arrives 790 a m1 1O ArriveM 840 p m j r c P Tke 4 fwr kmidrfd1 iaay belor er 1tors Oi ii tk taaeaberItall depends I rr-y lie 3 tiw GOBBtiBf v i Xb i 1 I Sii i 4 iL EdI J Er jh II 1 v 1111 ITT rTHE MONEY FLURRY IN NEW YORK Mr Russell Sage is an old- and very wise nl i1 who has I for years been one of the c foremost figures on Wall street having a keen eye for good investments and a clear and cautious mind that has kept his operations free from the tairt of perilous specu lationMr Sages recent advice on the present money flurry is the correct view and should command itself to the tention of the country at large He thinks that there has been too much rash speculation in Wall street of Slateportion of this gambling ha been done by persons not possessing the capital to carry through such big and reckless transactions Con sequently as Mr Sage says liquidations are now in order This means that the fool ish gamblers who have fchem selves precipitated their own ruin must now face tho con sequences1 Certain values that have been inflated by their speculations must be brought back to the normal Many of the gamblers will lose heavily by this and some undoubtedly will n to the wall but it is the for sameTThefelt 5nknew or have known before they began operations iin Wall street that this time of reckoning inevitably fol1 lows a period of mad specu lotion Anyway the thing to do now according to Mr Sage is to get these gamblers out of the way and proceed to steady the markets DEMOCRATtiLouisville Times 4 Why should anybody be surprised asks the morning republican organfto uuyCbdf assert without fear of success ful contradiction that either John G Carlisle or William Lindsay ever cajt other than n democratic vote or uttered other than A democratic sentiment cSUKEV WOn topermittingwon by JIG majoritycow 985 against 660 RAMSEYBRADLEY toMr Gnhssio near Lodgeton were married Sunday by Esquire Roberts at his home in South Pnlton Putt Lender Hickaian in tho old days was culled Chicken Point because no many chickens were shipped from hre The scarcity of eggs and chickens and the high prices this year brings all this to chiefis+so in this lino hero rests with the merchants in not affording a ready and quick market Never train or steamboat should leave here without a cargo of too feathered tribe we are assured it uould be FO if we had buyers A movement is on foot to have a bran h of the public schoudin West Hickman It is said that abont 200 children in that neighborhood are practically denied school privileges bv CollegoThebuilding at their own expense if they an get the school LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE It R DEPOT r H POLLOCK Prop surreyscarriages politenessPattoUliJt8 The steamer Jennie Schrist lies sunk sport the bottom of tho Ohio riy in shallow water at East Cairo as the result of an accident which happened Friday night Z j M G t if 4r p x c c Jt6 IiJ i Eliisons i DadsiA Chuck full and running over with good things at little J1rlcestc hr nro contiuuallv getting in uewfluptgs and you will always find someth Eti1w 0 It Cocoa Castile Stiap ic 7 Wardrobe Hoots Ic 41 Upholstery Tacks Ic per dozV tNeedles Ic a paper VV r lair Pins lea bunch Aluminum Thimble Ic itffef Screw Eyes Ic a doz tLv Patty Pans Ic V fTablets lo t 2c 3- Tin i cups 20- 1Vurdrobe frjt hooks 2c 4 ponges 2c ft cnritS c ey ring 1 iPicture hook 2o v iift Mourning pins 2c a box v fShoe nails 2o a papor 1 Carpet tacks 2o Sacking needles 2c Hubber frf corset lacos 2e i r tti J SjiincoTH 2cgpPenholderWrit lUg paper 2o a quire v- Cuuipofitioit 11 book 2e i- 3c M jiiei 10 Cuke outlet 3c i1 Nest egg Ho cr Safety pins 5c L Ironing wax 3jf Ir 4 0FiEgg beater 3c l y y Potato mashers 3c Meat forks 3c Door stops 3c Harness soaps 3c Ball blue 3c Pencil and ink Erasers 8c Lcvisons ink 3 a V DC Composition book 50 Agate buttons 5c a gross Fine pearl buttons Cfr Featherstitch braid 6yd pcs 5c Toilet paper 5c Towel racks oc Tin strainers Cc 3 doz clothes pins 5c Lamp hnrnors No land 2 6c v bcrow 5 jBreudo Mennrandum book Co it Wood spoons 5c Milk skimmer 60 F Frying pans 5c Sewing machine oil 6c Pencils 5c a doz Lamp chimneys oc Meal forks Cc t reEggFace powder lieJVaseline Cc t Covered buckets Cc Funnels Cc 2 quart cups oc Lamp wicks per clot Cc Dressing combs He Tine combs 5c Torchon lace per doz1 oc Husking pins Cc 0- Cake pans Cc Jelly pans oc beon pie plates 6c Cake turners Cc ioT yt tw fQ fac Butlonmlk soap Cc Hammers Co t1ch sufvsGc Knives nUll torks 5ti Tooth prolix 60 Shoo thread Sc Needle books 6c Hatchut handles 5d Indiridual butter niolds 5o Poor bolts 5o Baskets 5c Pioturo frames 5c Towels Go School bags 6c Colored crayon 5c lOc fSghool cmyon 100 nmernllrdmOB lOc iljpolcet dictionnrios lOo Jjadios belts samples some were fiOc 10c- tpoublo kneo hoso extra heavy lOc 12 yards taco lOc Furniture castors lOo por set IOuflair White handle knives and forks 109 Saisaors and shears lOa i Hair plus lOc par pound Clothes brushes lOc Picture frames lOc Lucking lassos JOc Velvet ribbon per bunch lOc Masons trowels IOu Husking pins 1 Or jHatohot lOc Fire shovels lOo 4ovlnl8 saws lOa Hanc1 811 ws lOs= l0ay y iButtlr inolils JOe liar rucks lOo boil and brackets too artlocks lOc S1vtn bunks loo- a j7i4oth brushes lOc fort spooos lor lOt lOo 4ipiurPa lOc- vljpcorntcd lamp chimneys lOc lily Boquet soap per box of 3 cakes lOo Rolling pins lOc jtterfumory lOc Bread knives lOc ffShaving brushes lOc Coin pouches lOc LePages glue lOc Dressing combs lOc Comb and brush sots lOc Horse brushes lOc Towol rings lOc Pocket books lOca Dolls lOo- Hearth Brooms lOo Hunter Sifter lOc Lunch Boxes lOc y Muffin Pans lOc a quart Coffee Pots lOc Stew Pans lOc Covered Sauce Pans lOc Egg Beaters 100 Blacking Brushes lOc Try Squares lOc 3 snort Covered Buckets lOc Graduated Measures lOc Jollenders lOc Bread Pans lOc Pry Pans lOc Drip Pans large sizes lOc Perforated Pot Covers lOc r Japanned Walters lOc 10 quart Pails lOc Milk Pans large sizes 100 r Decorated Chinaware ilea lOc f yt7tt nl11JJJv lllaSCurtain Polo IOu ICc Towels lOc GlasswarePitchers 10e Cake Stands lOc Vases 10e- SuJtars 10c- Creams 10- 0Bntters lOc- Vinegars lOc Molasses Stands dc Plain lOc Gold Band lOc Ruby lOc Elite Shoo Polish 8c Clarks Thread 2 for Cc Gem Swing Bank 8c Decorated Bowl and Pitcher COc Table Spoons 25c Set Dinner Buckets 25c 10 quart Dish Puns 2n Ellison Mercantile Coi IN ORYUKSTIaI ro V vv g t iOUR ipigOPENING t A GRANd SUCCESS We wish to offer our thanks to the Lriclies of Hickman and vicinity for the success of ourr HAVETIUPRET EVER Snow IN HIOKMAN was the expression of most Cevery one Yi storek i BALTZER DODDS WANTED TO CONTRACT FOR ELM LOGS LOADED ON CARS AT HICKpt I ti 1 K4TZaSOS4ZaeOR i UNION CIZY9 r d j J m TENNIl I n Jj If rr LJ w i ili l IC JJlJlf It TlE 0 v t r1i tJiTr 7ifi jf l IIi i FOR CASH n 400 350 0 300 FINE LINE PANTS wuI C i 1 JCEKIJttml f The political circles its whispe- ed that the able energetic pr ofa Drs i dont regard him as an available candidate because they fear tin does not believe in a newspaper proprietorf manager leader writer reporter cashier foreman of press or composing roomin factJany one n this rule for itself still we cann see any reason why a colleague who desires to run should be op po ed by his confreres becauso he happens to be a newspaper pro prietor Wo consider an editor just as wellable to fill any public office however exalted as anybody else Editors have to deal every day with vital issues and problems of statesmanship The qualities that achieve success in journalism opus win success in affairs of state New York Herald l satisfactory if it stated the reasons for its own position on afficchold ingIt is not a question ofn news paper mans fitness He is usually better qualified than the candidate he supports The point is the when he becomes a candidate for public office he necessarily abdi cates a higher officethat o est factor in popular government Jt J candidate cannot penetrate NotJl J Duly is the aspirantI for politicalI j honors dependent upon the support of the press but when he has beenI elected his actions arc suhiccttol editorial scrutiny and the public he candidate his pal accordinglyII- I loses influence It is sddom kahj in editoitan accept office without j t one that his business suffers few editors can 1i a7J 98 1S I ra- ii i CASH 3HQETORE Rice Naylor newspapethroughout isbeingmnfornewspapersAlthough paperruunirlfor presentation goesIt I- Stribunestandsfor inhe th61jpapers Forithis ffordits 1 o tttN jf9flrEAf 02rMu GKOUGB WAUUEJJ Editor As we have Just brought to a close our first Kentucky State Fair and fcelin peoStheircoremanagers I take pleasure in ftd dressing you I urn well pleased with tho at tendance ftiul suppor tliattfVtSt err Kentucky gays to the lairt I tine reel that all who attended were bencfittedI met Hints y of wellopleased Your count was repre sented in the Horticultural Department by Mr D AV Dickin son who curried the blue on all his entries and a more agreeable gentleman I never met lie pre sented yourSupplement reading and it is a great credit to thEdesiratto visit your county has increased twofold it is the best written and illustrated paper I have had the pleasure to set and your county should be proud of it I have given it a place in my Iitbnir3 and when isIYoulutecounty and your county has a great paper V 15tp BART B STITH KinK Edwardhas been visiting AM drew tbatheewouldhkewillhopetlrolibrnrythiugstsforreadineg isnot the moSt relieffromdistressThe m dieightpoor hospitalsai1d indigent jqv ernmcnt tvtlliua tkj1npplyorAJHCrICaK axteas UPa91Itl8 JM cithhorror on skis eraphorts5lotches donaveany oqe who Biwa liuekleus1lrn ieaSly lt xioriBesface Ema or 1tR1Ibefore it 1t taros sore liPSI aka Yau ped hearts ehfllioJ ArpilitIriati jI 5L St t HERTO SHED HUMAN BLOOD Young1Ie1lLiblewuichtconsidcrmg rouudings lent something of a sacritf- ciaVaspect to the tragedy These quotations are relative to the atonement of blood t In the house where tiel young woman met her death live threo Mormon mis Nsiouaried descendants of those old Utah Mormons identified with the4 Danites and tho Destroying Angels those ehnrchfanntenauced murderors who wreaked the vengeance of the elders upon disbelievers But oven more horrible than th- ofOlnito band or the Destroying An gels was the theory of blood atone mept preached and practiced by tho Mormons at one time Its author was no less a person than Briphaiu Young On the subject of blood atonement Brigham Young his grandfather spoke as follows in the tabernacle of Salt Lake City on March 27 1853 Now you Gladdeuites keep your tongues still lest sudden destruction come upon you I say rather than tho apostles shal1 not flourish hero 1 will unsheath my bowio knife and conquer or die Clear out or judgment will bo laid to tho line and righteousness to take U plummet The Lord God commands you not to pity tho persons you kill but to cxeS cute the law ot God upon persons worthy of death This should be done by the entire congregation showing no pity CI wish we were in a situation favor able to our doing that which is justi fiable before God without any contain mating influence of Gentile amalgam ation laws and tradition that tho neo pie of God might put the ax to the root of the tree that every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit be hewn down c Putting to death tho transgressor t would exhibit the taw of God no matter by whom it was doncIThe time is coming when we slum 1 1takethe old broadsword and ask Are I youIi uI know when you hear toll about cutting people off from the earth that you consider it a strong doctrine but it t themtThere are sins that the blood of a j I lamb of a calf or of a turtle dovo can- notl remittheymustbe atoned for byI tiie blood of man I could refer you to j plenty of instances where then have 4 forF1 their sins I Ait the conclusion of this remarkable I srnion Elder Jeremiah Grant arose and said There are men And women hero t that I would advise to go to tho presi dent immediately and ask him to appoint a committee to attend to thoU case aadthn Jet a place be selectedlI I and Jet that committee shed their blood Uiw literally the counsels of William IIeepec Youngs grandfather were fulI lilted may bo seen by the following au ilieuticated Instances 9 The husband of an unfaithful wifeJJ was reminded that the shedding of Wood alone could save herIOuo day when she was seated on Ills kpoelie sugg 8ied that it was a proper J time for her blood atonement Ho then cut her threat A Mormon woman who had led from herlionjo after witnessing tho murder of tier huaband bya bloodatonement coaunitteasaid that the Mormons 11adjj calledbim out at a Jato hour and had cut histhrot Iu summing up the eyiderbC0 of blood yatonoateat murders in Utah Judge Craodkbaagh said Jieu and woolen are murdered hero coolly deliberatelyl premeditatedly Mjurderod Their murder is deliberated and dettfuaiudd upon by church coun ell meetiBga1 HiCKMAN COURIER SUPPLEMENT War in receipt of a copy of The Supplement to tlie Hickwa Courier x special publication dcscripiiro and illsfltratiye of the city of Hickman is sued by that paper with its weekly edttioa of Scptoniber 19 1902 The work is on enau eld hook paper in wagazihe form and contains 25 pages Iu m okaaical execution the work is a the porfection of the printers art The halMope engraTiBga are of tho first Duality and ttie mktter is most drcdita We to the author Ve congratulate the Oouriw OH this splendid exhibition fnfWpr8nterpriscOopies ready f rwailiBg maybe obtained at the uiee oJiWforlO cents e hFultoaI Cotaereiai- I I I Tl Koiieffl8nti eident travelitif aad okHHg oi food and water often brings d onodi kWIhomewltM1it GiiamlwiFlai s Colic C ioler and Di ti I CoWgillId iJfr-Jtit rvfif 4- r I I I lJ III 4 i MORGAN VS ROOSEVELT A POLITICAL STORY Special Chicago InterOcean- J Pierpont Morgan Oas determined if possible to defeat the nomination of President Roosevelt m 1001 and if ho foils in his purpose to dictate to tho republican national convention he will try to secure tho nomination of Grover Cleveland as the democratic candidate and support him for president This is stated on the authority of a friend of Mr Morgan a man who stands high in politics and finance who says that Mr Morgan made this deliberate state went to him Ho must be defeated for nomination and a sufo man must be nominated in his stead If he can not lie defeated for nomination then we must see that the democrats must nominate a safe man like Cleveland whom tho business interests can sup port and beat Roosevelt at tho polls Mr Morgan arrived in Now York from Europe on Saturday August 23 and within a week after tht arrival signs of opposition to President Roose velt began to show themselves in quar ters Morgan is generally supposed to influence Now York newspapers that kayo always supported Morgan and his financial plans began a series of at tacks on tho president busing thou criticisms on tho presidents speeches at Providence and Boston in regard to tho supervision of trusts About the same timo thorn was started in Now York a movement to prevent the Now York slate republican convention front indorsing the presi dent and pledging him the delegation for 1904 This plan failed by reason of its publicity The New York republi vans would not stand for such a program The convention at Saratoga has indorsed the president Mr Morgan has however other cards which ho proposes to play and his friends say that he is still confident that ho will either succeed in defend lug the president or in aiding the dem ocrats to secure control of the next house of representatives so as to pro vent united party support for the pres ident in tho legislative branch of tho governmentChairman Grigps of tho democratic congressional committee has openly boasted that ho is securing financial help from former supporters of tho re publican party and Congressman Pou of North Carolina another member of tho democratic committee says that they are receiving support from tho trust magnates m New York It is also stated on tho highest possible au thority that tho republican congression al committee has received no aid financial or otherwise froth Mgr Morgan or any of his friends Mr Morgan has to Republican leaders made no secret of his bitter opposition to the president of his determination to do all in his power to prevent tho presidents re election The presidents speeches in New England are not tho primary cause of Mr Morgans opposition The great financiers irritation with the president began nearly a year ago That was when President Roosevelt directed Attorney General Knox to begin proceed ings against the Northern merger un der the Sherman antitrust law Mr Morgan was very much provoked at the attitude of the president nt that tjnie and ho has never become reconciled to the presidents determination to en forco tho law without rega d to indi viduals or combinations of individuals He did not like the presidents dec laration that no man should stand above tho law Mr Morgan camp to Washington soon after the beginning of tho Northern merger suit and made protests to tho president Ho was as sured that the president had no pur pose to persecute any plan gr corpora tion but that tho law should bo fin forced against all alike Mr Morgan was invited to tho dinner given by President Roosevelt to Prince Henry of Germany and to tho man who carried that invitation ho eypresspd a purpose of declining tho invitation to express his displeasure He was told that he might decline or accept as he saw Jtit but that the man who declined an invitation to the presidents table once could never hope for another iuvitftUpn or any friendly relations with the chief executive Ho pocketed his displeasure for the time being aud attended tho dinner Since his return from Europe Mr Morgan has been more outspoken in his opposition to the presjdept than ever before JUDGE ROBERTSON DEAD Mayfield Ky Sept 21 Judge W W Robertson on of tho most proniii neat citizens and lawyers in this end of the State died this afternoon at 5 oclock after a lingering illness of sc eral weeks He was a native of Meado coanty but hail been a citizen of Graves county for forty years Ho hall been GireBit Jadjje of this judicial district lie was well known all over the State Man abto lawyerr u The best physicrChaHiberlains Stomach amilayer Tablets t Easy take Pleaeaatiseffecv For sale toI CowfUiCdwgiH 4 + v- fJ lU Ji i I HIOKMAN W ONCt t1ASUI erVKEK 01 TUI CEIlaUtI E eE A3 WA O S Rock ottom Prices on Groceries n t Staple and Fancy Orocoricsns low as the lowest for Cash kill1 audMniTnec our roods and cam- pare our priOgS vithmjthora h roe delivery C 1fr1 Jttl3jcfl BUClIANAN EL A j 18UYW Now and Save money 11111 nlIIoffer the trade some rare bargains iti our Mammoth Stock FURNITyRE 1 See our line of Snits Iron BcqcWa robes Sideboards Rockers audtoanyUXlERTAKI aDEPAUTMEXTrWoalso carry a complete line i Coffins Caskets Suits Robes Etc Our prices reasonable Call or telephone us when our servicoB are needed Phone 10 I t Morris Phillipps1 h LBDFORD BANDLE9 Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware and Feed StuffJ A5fcr i tt We carry everything usually fond in a firstclass Grocery and no rains will be spared to please our customers arcail for Slue Trailing Stamps grUU every lOc Cash PcrchasciAfter collection of 300 you arojQUtitlcd to a nandsonio present Telphone I G i Goods Promptly Delivered FARMERS ANDAlijRclIANrSBANK Qli to= st Ob llef giQl m Qr gy Absolute Safety is the Basist Thai wo offer to tlq6sitors Other in ducements are of secondary importanceR Clrv U TOQrPSON Cashier B BUCHANAN PresidOliDIRTOTORS i J1 1EItc i c- ALL AND SEE OS r I receivingFresh Choice Fresh Meats Queens Q wiire Harness Ic Cream Freez o er3 Jarge and small A lot of to useful articles ffor lOc flay ana Bran All at tai II 1 j J W ROGERS SON 5 NEW MEAT MARKET L D Tft1el eld Propt 1 Everything nor fresh and e1 Only tho best butcher stock selected JA fine line of cured moats always stn hand Highest market price paid for select butcher stoclgchickcns and ems Evorytltlntr Guarttntt j A Itoprencntctl Ie A liberal share of your patronage sohcpited Phone 13 Free Delivery t tt- i J 1 f I COURIER JOURNAL 2lIES A YEARSI104 TIMES A Tho 1YWE WEEK COUUIEK publishedintbefor all readers It is tho equal of many thorSomiWeekliesWATERSON toN sootfreeI COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky INTERCHANGEABLE 1000 3IILE TICKET Are now boing sold by the Nashville Chattanooga fc St Louis Railway good over Railway and Steamer Lines in the Sonthoaat comprising moro than 13000 miles RatoS2600 Limit one year If you expect to do any traveling with in the next twelve mouths buy ono of theso tickets You will savo money Thoy are on sale at principal ticket offices Whoro they are not oh sale they may bar ordered front General Office through Ticket Agent W L DANLEY General Passenger Agent Nashville Tenn DR S K DAVIDSON tisrtIKENTUOKYI illaiCITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Wo aro hero to stay Nobody will appreciate you trying barbers R U tiuWELL WILL C1R WELL Cash Book Store ISplcn 3ul Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BERENDES S Co I Dont Forget tIThat we have a full line of CHILL MEDICINES awl COUtJH CURES i tHT 00lrtll JOUJJill DRUGGISTS TIME OF TRAJNSA- TUNION CITY North hound No 2 Leaves daily 1131am No4 Leaves 1210 a m No 12 Leaves vakdaytmixedlZiQ p m South Bound No 1 Leaves daily 353 p m No 3 Leaves 355 a vf No 15 Leaves wk day mxd 800 a m C S CLARKS Generi31IIFer srLKIJ CMSHEPARD JNOMBEAUL Rtt 1 ttMt Ajfut AutCcDirusrAc nt- r+ oanc BT Lecs 0 B BAKER Genetal G Qce f Powell Block Clinton SkI- faYiiip parJJiscd the GreCerySteek A J JC BQw omit vrouIJ be 4eaet IQ Jiaye all eW fried to call Freak Ofr4 ftHtl Cfeeio Bareaiaa Buy SunahiHe ftwsr lead yen wit nee no atkec i5 1 c d 8 t 1 tlelrrirs f APPEAL TO WORLD FOR ASSISTANCE AMOUNT GIVEN BY GREAT BRITAIN INADEQUATE RE LIEV1S DISTRESSIN- SUUTll AFRICA The Boer Generals Botha DoWel and Dolarey have issued a inanifeetot civilizedhow after the terrible struggle in compelledtptho generals were commissioned to proceed to England and appeal to tho now wIlichisevent of the failure of the mission to appeal to the civilized world tor charit able contributions Continuing the generals say that having failed to induce Great Britain to grant further assistance it only re mains for thorn to address themselves to the people of Europe and America After setting forth how sweet it had been during tho critical days they had passed through to receive constant marks of sympathy the generals take this opportunity to express on behalf of tho lato republic the fervent thanksato all those who has assisted charitably the women and children in the concen tration camps prisoners etc 7 The small Boor nation goes on the manifesto can never forget the help it received in tho dark hours of suffering Our people are completely ruined It has been Impossible to make a com plete inventory but wo are convinced that at least 30000 houses on Boer farms and many villages were burned or destroyed by the British during the war Everything was destroyed and tho country was completely laid waste Tho war demanded many victims the land was bathed in tears and orphans and widows were abandoned We are appealing to tho world for contributions to assist the destitututo and help in the education of our children Tho generals repudiate all desire to inflame the minds of the people and declare The swords are now sheathe and all differences are silent in the presence of such great misery They say the small amount given by Great Britain even if multiplied ton fold would not suffice to covor the war losses alone We solicit the hearty cooperation of all existing committees in the various countries which we aro on point of visiting with the object of establish ing a satisfactory organization 1 Tho manifesto is signed by General Botha Gen DeWet and GenJDelarey kIStricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and com pletely lost the use of one arm and side After being treated by an eminent phy sician for quito a while without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles of it he is almost entirely curedGEo It MCDOXALD plan Logan county W Vu Several other very remarkable cures of partial paralysis hays been ef fected by tho use of this liniment Itis most widely known however as a cure for rheumatism sprains and guises Sold by Cowgill Cowgill PROSPERITY FOLLOWS f We can say without it be ing successfully contradicted that niore improvement luis 4 been made during the year 1902 than over known in Martin before The improvements will push 100 000 very close and Martin is a saloonless town too Oth er towns should take note of this and die toto the want of saloons The Williams hotel the public school sttlbi tion the freight depot and a large number of residences are among theimprovements The interior work in the Williams hotel when corn pleted will be the handsom est of any town in Tennis seeundequnlto that of any city while the exterior will be beautiful l1E atandnt groundsbeipghandsomely concrete walks When itis1 completed we dill go into de tails describing this hostelry Martin Mail I His Lila Im Peril f hI jag seemed to bare patt to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare- Tex bilioaseeae and a lams baok Lad made life a harden 1 0011ld teat lor sleep and felt almost too earn Otlttew- QCk rhea I began to Bteeirie tbeyworklMlwoBdaNoW thing bass gaInedmai strwMctk Mil Mt joy hard work Tfrey giywy r- ieltb HHM and sex lift to wwtjr giikfy tsirs 11atCafU1liqowgm S f t qji VI t I t 711r1 t k t lFIjt 1 aGatl4u p II r r LookLike a Losing Fight President Roosevelt istioj rightin Ins expressed belief that not a particle of harm will come to any American interest from the adoption of it reasonable measure of rett op ocitywitl1 Cuba and that we are bound to prove s to Cuba that we in i r tend to aid her in her material struggle for material rosperityne neThisthe situation held by the ma jority of American people c and it was because of this fact that public sentiment so firmly demanded the passage I J of the Cuban reciprocity bill Unhappilyhowever t Ihio ugh himself earnestly favoring the measure WitSJJ partytI which defeated the Cuban reciprocity bill to his chagrin and lmiliationI4 f J e MANY REVOLVERS ft SOLD TO NEGROES i BLACK PATRONS WANT THE JBEST GUNS WHEN THEY BUY 1 f Paducah News J The other day in a discussion of a shooting that bad just occurredl in Hoffmans alleyu wellpostedI 1 police officer commented upon the i excellent character of the weapon 1 that the average negro carried It is little known but it isa facthe said that the negroes off the South own better and more re1 yorfers than the whites I had this fact brought forcibly to my I mind a short time since when I hadoccasion to investigate the record of a revolver in a case that t J was working upon I went tone o of the bestknown hardware and sporting goods dealers in th city and asked for information about the weapon He toldme tfiat bt had originally sold it toa V negro IWl very much sur piiscd as the weapon was not only one of tile best made but a very highpriced arlixjfe I asked him if he could be mistaken and he went back to lira books and showed 7y me 1m was not This leJme to make some inquiries of him about sale ofr v fairstartl-ed meHctoldme that he sold nearly twice as many revol1 vers to negroes as he did to whites They were only the highest class 9 ofVeapoQsandwere nearly 111of large caliber This had been the Ii ease for some time and the nnm- K i ber of weapons lie had sold during r the present year was somewhat r startlinIn addition a greatc many negroes buy their pistols yausually want the best Continuing the dealer went on to tell me that a white man as3I rule1 bought any kind of a revolver + that was offered lam al a cheap pHpJwhile the negro seemed to j hijt r ought1i revolver that he knew was trusty and capable of deadly work The fact is worthy of co- r siderationi as there is too muchrIf pistol carrying in the country any t way but number ofsalcs my Erie the hardware and sporting goods man iis making monthly seems to indicate that there will be mo- of reoIJ it than ever and tha6raore fatal shooting will result as the weapons that are being bought in a majority of cases are very deadly ones anda capable of doing desperate work inI the bands ofa reckless man There should be some remedy and the v matter should be looked into be fore it hugonet o far and trouble I of a serious nature results c otetDtl1sJawB WKen death iseeraed very near from t ssewe stomach and liver trouble that i lMiufteredwithforyearsHwrites j KingsjJMtrfetkHltktt Beet pills oa earth Ii aedealy9iC at Cowgill t Cow illsI- I rcihre hi L III t t jii t t of j t Ii I tlI IiI f I r UNIQUE OIEtRULESf Following arc the rules and regula ns posted in the European Hotel in Bloouiingtou Ill I Hoard 50 cents per squafe foot meals i extra breakfast at 6 suer at 7 Guests are requested not to speak to the dumbwaiter guests wishing to ttII up without being called can kayo sol rising Sour for lunch Not responsible for diamonds bicy cles and other valuables kept on theJ counter they should be kept under tho j s tThejt It ctions horses to hire 25 cents a day t Guests wishing to do a little driving I will fund hammer and nails in the I closet lj If the room gets too warm upon tho window and see the fire scope iI t ItoodI It t Baseballists desiring u I will find a pitcher on the standII If the lights go out I Js light enough for any man I I Any one troubled with nightmare will find a halter inthe barn 1 j Dont worry about paying your bill I I I I the house Ii supported by its round tion j A Typical South African Store SundaysRicertypical ot South Africa at which can i proverbutis situated in a volley nine miles from tho nearest railway station and about I twentyfive miles from the nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with the custom of armors within a ra i rhomIdies All testify to their value in i household where a doctors advice i I almost out of the question isII 1ono mile of my store the population i I perhaps sixty Of these within tho past twelve months no less than four I byCbamberlains byCowgillSi Liny RATES TO NASHVILLE E t For the Horse Show October 1tijj j I Halffare tickets on sale Oct 7 Limit Sdays Tickets at one and one third faro forii the round trip on sale Oct G andr if Limit Oct 13th This will be tho Grand Fall Attraction Dont miss f Tickets on silo at all N O St ticket offices j TH SfAiI FAIR i t t The State Fair at Louisville has been attendanceJwastonIjIi p peaieI crowd over assembled in Louisville for any occasion The exhibits In all do j partmeuts were very fine and in live stock especially it was the best shdw iq j Kentucky j i t REMARKABLE TREE AT COLUMjI BUS I IIi I Ceglows iu W W Craigs yard From i j the main body of the tree about two feet above the ground two shnots i branch off On one freestone peaches i f grow and on the other is produced the finest dingstone peach ever shown iiti i i this section Columbus Critictf I i MILLION GOES TOI AGED EX i i SlA VEjj I Being raised in n moment rot n j a penniless former slave to tlio j Ii I owner of a fashionable suburban d k j an aristocratic residence districts in a metropolitan city is thejt unique position in which Uncle John Fiannignn an aged negro I of Omaha obfinds himself Unclel John is sold to be110 years old now arid from present hulicn tions has before him at least twenty years more of life 11h adds local interest to Jiis story is tlie feet that he was formerly i annd worked on the Cumberland river not many miles above Faducuh recentldnhanded down n decision ttrardin to the old man a large tract of 1Atl1111 tIll city ot Omaha west North Thirtieth street and south of Ames avenue Contest ants have built fine houses laid out elegant lawns and have mnde pretty addition to the city of I what ills courts sole award to the old negro lees Like Hot Cakes rhe fastest selling article I have my store writes druggist C T Smith of Davis Ky is Dr Kings New Dis jjI covery for Consumption Coughs a Colds because it always cures In I six years of sales it has never failed I lhavo known it to save sufferers from throat and lung diseas x who could get no help from dactors orVny other rn edy1 Mothers rely on it best ply clans prescribe it and Gowgill S Cow gill guarantee satisfactioa or refsnil price Trial bottles free Reg sizes We and 1 j fi i r GAROTHla jlt r I s 1j1L BAKERY AND Jii CONfECTIONI ERI I I I 1 FRESH BREAD 11CONFECTIONEm11 Remember you get trading s- r iwith t Very lOc cash purchase np tIt t 1 I- TcJ t nhono Number DO rij JI LITHOGRAPH WOlKr j fJItr l Litho Bill Heads illj Litho Envelopes At as low prices as can e done anywhere at Courier I Officer I I WHN RINGWOOD 6al GrQQ ac i I Deistlb- i a rinks stand Easts Nicktnaa 1 Keeps all kinds of Groceries and SuppliesaBUTTER EGGS CHICKENS I A SPECIALTY I I I IIIIGoods D 1Telephone1 iJlEJIlIIIS i I 1lUltdlllbi Nulls IAfter I several vexatious delays and breakdowns tho now Memphis Morning News has overcome its obstacles and in now issuing a first class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis and special correspondents in all tho tfiL4 Its telegraphic service is superb Tim Memphis Weekly News willap I WodoC4atj I AF OLIVER1 Blacksmith and Undertakeii rH 1 HIOKIAN KENTUCKY Give me n trul when you want Black 17ages4Ye IId k s d 8 i BlitcWalnutk r nI rj sonable prices Give me a trial iSTShop near the jail 1 TiE BEST ISTilE CHEAPEST a I HieiThe TWICEAWEEK REtUBCIO soUTofirstclasso news that is worth printing 1 If y6i read it all tho year round you are posted on all the important and into esting affairs of the world It istli best and most reliable newspaper thlt iiiathvsotraits of tho newspaper that is deli n iiifamilyo S Anyhewsdcalerwill receive your subscription oryfa may mail it direct to THE REPUBLJO St Louis M6J I i tGtl11IJISSIUSEItS SMILE J FULToxciucurr COCKT KENTUCKY s Carter Ex etc Plaintiff EuitJWI t II By virtue of a judgmenfiand orderof resg 1902 in the above cause for the sumof SivteenIII I proceedttofferforo Hickman Ky to the Highest bidderfat public auction on 4 Mend a tile 13th Day ef Ucteicr l2 ti nt2 o clock p m or thereabout tluJ aciSix lproperty to wit About Two Hiinifcd yeingi3anthequaitefar execn C thewthHUll21 T jironYbe made For the purchase gritscathcpurchaser with approved surety orlse curlties must execute Bond be wntr I 3alstllsitoO o pretiicedtocompb I S DLOTENf Uost eieelliir 1 lav war o rk L Li ilWf AImI r Has a Superior Stock of the best makes jof all kinds of Hardware whfSh is offredat ONE 1F ICF2ltSl that the very lowest the market justifies M tAilIJwHOOU81 Hl1AUANTt iUi AS lll9i3 11nNrrni ROOF IN a SPEOIALT t H1CKMAN BANK ZITCiK2111y Capitol Stock PaidII y I Surplus and Undivided Profits f2000000 Having strongBoardFarmersMerchantsti liberalityofconuservativebanking CnshlnrCI =c = OC= c = =cc = = f II Facts are Facts And the facts are that hundreds of people who have kindly given me patronage since I beg Lil the cash Grocery system are ready to testify to you and by 1their continued IbSW23 I r PII2flViIs I 1VIOJfEY i youfiiakeslow oriti stetafe but tlie real fact Talk to any number of people your neighbors and ask them if I j j housesjcash money to credit houses at credit prices to enable them to take the chances on giving credit to others This is the point I sell strictly for cash no favorites 1I but I give you more goods and as good quality for I jmoneyyPricesI i o- j Also ram agent for the1 IRIS PAINTS V Not the cheapest in pdco but the bestand most dur SimmonstHardware Gorapaity St Louis Mo tugtI 0 CUE THRELKELD J d HZC 1lZI ilsl1fze y IU 00 = =I 11- III CLOSING OUT SALE H I have decided to close out my entire stock of Dry Goods Notions Shoes and Slippers Hate and Pants Trunks and traveling bags at and It ILI 0BUCKANAN S CORNER 1 J Read every ad in this issue and see i you are not benetitted thereby A I ww IF r IMR BRYAN ON PRIMARY ELECTIONS x Mr Bryan in a recent speoh in regard to the action ofthe Democratic party in Wiscon sin puts himself strongly in line as an advocate 6fthe primary election over tim convention as a mode of nominating candidates Wo respectfully refer his words to those newspapers in Ken fightUlgState I a elAs it is the party is put in the attitude of opposing the primaries as a means of selecting officers How can the party prefer a delegate convention to a primary without discrediting the in intelligence and patriotism of the voters Any argu melt that can be made against a primary can be made against a popular vote for the candidate of their nomination If the bill which the Wisconsin convention condemned substituted a plui alit3r for a majority it should have criticised that featured ancj suggestedan amendment that would pro vide for a second election as the primary laws do in theyhavedenounce a primary law as ndemoIignorI ance of what Democracy really means Big Apple Orchard 0 Missouri is to have a 5000 acre upple orchard the largest in the world The Frisco Road will build a track t1 rot it from end to i n and depots and warehonses wiil tlu erected for the storage of tho product An evaporating IIplant a vinegar and cider plant and a establishment Will be erected and facilities provided for caring for every portion of the orchards product on a business basis thekcynotetowhich- is like that of the packing housesnot n thing shall bo wasted The big orchard is to be located in fromILebanon on a track o cupliug a northern plateau nearly the whule of the conIdition much sought for by orchardists It Is owned by a company officered by lowaus arid which expects to make an investment on the property of 1000000 POLITENESS OF SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN IN NEW YORK A cIt was really a good joke on mfr and is tOt good to IceepsaMu jourg lady who was taking 5 oclock tea in the WaldorfAstoria last Friday to tree companions Oho of tho first things that Lizzie Wise said when she came from Now Orleans to visit me was that she had heard how impolite the New York men were in street cars 1 resented the charge and answered that there was no truth in it and insisted that the New York gentlemen wore just as polite as the Southern gentlemen I will admit that I did have some doubts the first time we entered a street car together when I saw there WM not a vacant scat and nearly all of them wore occupied by men but I secretly rejoiced when a man near the door jumped up And offered his place which Lizzie took Just then another man near the front of tho car gave mo his seat I hated to be separated trom Lizzie because I wanted to crow about Now Yorkgentlemen As others cqmo in the man who bad first given up his seat moved to ray end of the car and the moment he saw the man who had given me the seat tho two shook hands u I declare Tom said the first ono I didnt expect to see you in New York When did you leavoAtl ntat Only three days ago answered the other but didnt know that you glad como North I never saida word id LiaEie about the New Yorkers being as polite iw the Southerners v It Gees Kigkl to tfcfcSpft exi8tsouanyPfirt wiUKiTePrOD1ptrelief an old man who was rubbing it in1o SmftkPropr SnowLinimenti meftkroatandj J1wjIf r j r FILlI oiY 1 I t II A tl f J p1 r1 1 rI j 4Cu u S i J t L r i J t lij f nd t7 pqV 1i 11 l e1 I i wfl g1 1IJ j rl lJ u l g ELLISON MERCRNTILE CO InoI fo eJIIi t I JACKETS 1 1 f ir ii t Ladles Oxford Jackets 350V lMisses Oxford Jacket 300 t1 f i Itri r It 1000tI Would be cheap at 1250 Y k 4 MisSes and Childrens Jackets 0 A very large stock frdni 150 np f M Our line of- Dressti Goods Appliques Q 0 Waistmgs c T f x Is tho moat complete it has ever been our privilege to slip V GROCERY DEPARTMENT Best Patent Flour 50c Sack cc cc cc 375 bblr20 Iibs Granulated Sugar LOO ti Pkg Coffee lOc 0- r Arm Hammer Soda 5c Ib CiiOTHING DEPARTMENT I Childs Kneo Suits 150 to 500 hells Wool Pants 150 = V t lIens All Wool Kersey Pants 200 liens All Wool Suits 7 50 r Well Worth 1000 Splendid values at SG and S- GHARbWARE DEPARTMENT Everything that is kept in a Hardware store l V Gar load stoves just received Wilson Heaters We are sole agents Burns less fuel heats quicker will hold s fire longer than any heating stove made There arc imitations but none as good Price 4 and up We have the imitations at 125 t 1 AyFull Line of Cook and Heating St6yes t N i Your inspection is invited I EllisonI Mercantile Cot11 t i J iJNCOUPORVEn =1 11t f c C C tcat- v t Clf C Ci Ju tE CtVttyCC C- rhm Sam Parker left Tuesday for a visiUoObioujTehuf MaWnew wtHs have been drilled in Kentucky oil field lawyer Frank Jloore who has been absent in Illinois has returned A nice lot of Brussels andSmyrua Rugs 75c to 350 also Carpet Samples at cot at TI C AitiJEKca U The ICuiglts of Pythias are to root ganizo nt Fulton Mrs Win Sauise t of Osceola Ark is visiting relatives iu the city 11t r Mr IV D Walker of the Leo Lino Aeuyessoon to visit his parents in Cairo He will be absent several weeks Telephone your orders for Groceries Mad Fresh meats to Ledford linudl- for prompt delivery two wagons o S ReJ D Kirkpatrick prohibition candidate for Oongress iu this District iIadverUsed to speak at Hickmau Friday Oct 3rd beern ateftt 111 NOW York Stata the past two 1 months JMWI returned homo He leaves SOOH for the Arkansas lakes gto te HC AMBEUGS Mr Dock Adams i and Finis Clark cotton planters of the Madrid Bon pre rctHci were in Ilickmanj Monday with R HrKO of cotton seed by boat for th Jehmond Bond factory In the last ten days the only two sa f k nkeep rs at Lkuiar Mo have die 41natural deaths 1 This leaves tho town rritkoxta wlopn z Mrs J M Reeti and daughter Miss ICate left for a pl a8ure trip to Nash vine TsesdayL S a Mrs id gather entertained some select trestle of her nieceMtes Virginia Luteu M ee4Ayrel4u1D r Editor vGeo Warrea has been entat Falton Had other portions of the count 3 Ui tvesik wkicli Hiiiy b pldrl M an wicusotorany JBliwrl cpwiugs of iho O srier y hDoittOrg8UtilYa OlttLOf a Rio CO1iN atLWtord Raddle e nkr fei si tI i2i j w I R I j r fl k- tt Mrs William McCntchen has ro turned from a two months visit to California Miss Mario Brevard wlio has been visiting in Pauls Valley T returned honier last Saturday i Mrs C L Raudlo len Wednesday to visit hur daughter Mrs Horace Lutoji- in Fulton j Mrs Kato Stovall and Mrs Gortrudo i Hayesof Jackson Teuu who have bee u i j visitingMis Q L Handle returned1 liQiiie Vednesday j Go to Auiberg and see tho Nuw latp Stylo Shirt Waists and Walking Skirts H C AMBBUO Capt 11 A Tyler lIt Buchanan Mayor Tom Dillon Win Parham John Stubbs Wm Stoker Charles Meauham Ben Wilson and many other old Confederate Veterans from this vicinity were booked for the Reunion of tho 7th Ky Confed at Fulton vosterday Wilsonoof Paducah visited in Hickman Sun day Blankets from 75c to 700 per pair groat bargains at H C Aa I EROS Last week the Hickman Courie issued a special illustrated trade edition which was a marvel of neatness iu typographical work with reading matter both interesting an valuable It is a splendid advertise meat of Hiokuians resources Clinton Democrat Tho letter carriers of ties United States have an association to protect Peee1 eral Government is not an oppressi- UomplQfrcr A situation with Uncle Sat allxadd ce employees do much better thou they could in private life They Let higher wages for less work and thousands of them work 1 less than tho standard Government Mrs A V Underwood has sold her farm near tjickraaa to Mr W Dlie thai Mr Bf wilt occupy it at once t I Illr JII Dodds lot Wednesday f several weeks visit in Clarksdale and Doddsville Miss tysTho remain cf Geon Xpss who died in Faltou Sunday were tried to Union City his forraer home for bUrl al Ho was 32 years old and leaves a wife tBd two children t Mk M Little Miss Lillian Cowan of MoKen zie visited her aunt Mrs T F Moorot since our last Eld Stiglcr nt Carters pond two miles above Woodland baptized 27 now converts into Woodland Baptist ctinrch jI TJiero was an immonfie congregation wjtnoss tho I baptismII I Shellabnrtg j a stomach troublot s with which ho had beou aflhotcd for ChamberlainStomach p j hac1previously wiUiontroliefCowgil Tholt tholFitgtI I will have his district solidly behind j rallytoa strong j mart to beat him for the nomination Another Operation has been performed on the Presidents shin bon which has been giving hjui trouble latest operation was to scrape the l1icII which was found to be slightly JTofurther trouble is expected Parties desiring to make an invest ment yeilning 8u per annum which iqII uou assessable for taxation call on f3r DAVIS Tho threatening weather Wednesday 1ayiIJfeetdrncedup and down Clinton street in I lhodryabuzz with women examining and unII ing things with which to adorn them selves during the gay winter season that is ahead Tho merchants and teenvosatisfied with the first days sales The high pricd goods go best this season Nations Encampment A R WASHINGTON D o OCT cn 02 ORnwhich Washingtonandmakes the rate exceedingly low I Limit allows nearly a month in Wash exacar05 D W Dickinson returned homo from Louisville Tuesday You cast see his blue ribbon apples sad pears in the Courier window On which ho was awarded premium at the State Fair vrtttetf Ue brings them in J s 1 r7r 1 do 1 l t liftrt f tlhas1 frofti tiafio for the forornColIS now in t fl100g0 and has announced his decision Hu a letter to apersonal friend at Fradlcfort Senator iJ ootiJI J J Amencanraade shoes in London forw percent thsatsto saythatinauyturesaro sold much cheaper in En csaid dhimhaun the United Stator Ti weekissuecoutniainpicturestag k manse of nninantifacturin Hickmansbnft forfronto progress as does her editor soonhehorse small f y tumbleTjag regime and would blossom out into a modern mauufecturing town with electrIc cars and u JIUIlUUIUllUIl 12000 or 15000Troy Banner Surgeons performed a second oporn tionon tho President cutting into the small cavity in his leg and exposing the bone nfftcted ho poriormeuyaDrDr Lungc YorkhOllOcon saltation It is said that there is no occasion for alarm as to fife Presidentscondition and it is believed that the operation performed will hasten his complete recovery Secretary Shaw has trouble t ge money in the United Stites Treasury into circulation to meat prnpfiing needs for currency Culd that bo tho fault of our na tSunl bank system J j XMr Loon OU1 t has the territoryJ xaii Oklahoma and Indian Territory rajiresentiug 0 or 7 furniture houses and ha9 loft on his first trip oauvasiug iimhia field rained If days in Stptombor This j snyingttifi month it will rain 15 days that mouth 1 lUliau nunoil tn hit right yeas time in- tMs locality Wlllinm Harris a wellknown fares er fnear Mnylleld Ky died in his yard bRutihttedud dlr C flJottom laud is still booming so Ttl this wook lpIlJHltatHrO uaare in the woods Ono fatet that S tltwotI yrs ago at 80000 this week sold for j 1340000 i tThc rnco for Governor now is GondedJ Iiron rdiiCk and Gov Bockham with the oc r in favor of Hendrick iM slSiglitoon hundred streetcar qniploycs Struck in New Orleans for shorterhoursI and higher wtoere Operated unit it is olaunod that thoI swiko tf1 will be a long one Tho Qity fqr1uinllion out tho employes at these pin 5 premise to rtmatn at work Other stnkcs are threatened 5 e fi O ilsFCelY3f Ri7FI The lecture or impersoriatibiia of Mir Edwin Oi Street at City Hall Tuesda ornight Was a disappointment to tho fe who attended Tho concensus of ex pression as the Courier hears it is that Street has jstaken his coiling and should retiro lrom the platform Tom Clark alias Will Gibbous a ne gro was burned nt the stoke iu Corinth Miss for the assault on und murder of Mrs Carat Whitfield Tho lynching was postponed a day at tho request of hissmother and brother At the stake ho ho deserved tho Into prepared for Tho husband and brother of his victim started tho fire 1 The Democrats at congressional cam paign headquarters are angry over Son ator Harris interview in which ho ox pressed himself as doubtful of the bou ofit tho Democrats would derivo from cnrryinc the Tudors Secretary Edwards givenna reply to Senator Harris statements Old Dog Tray must havo boon a thor ough bred At least nofmoral Tho appotito tins as ouch to do with tho exaollonoe of a dinner as the cook If J Piarpont Morgan snot satisfied with the way things aro going perhaps would Ho best not to sire monoy to either party in the post Presidential Ho is not likely to be con tent with n Douiocratioperforniancc President Roosevelt pretty cloarly demonstrates that there aro real evils connected with trusts Many other groat loaders of his party ore not so ontspoKon 0MUflPNY THOMPSON I 30illsWarys andHurryformeliving 1 j ofofthe brides mornings ThompsonuctecJus traitfore j affair has been l iept secret very few lliorninto j couples friends were at the station to see them off 1 0 I THE PRICE OF COAL j meThe production of bituminous J g6ti1inaha nitcilS iits amtiuut to iicnrly 200o6o 000 tons antiualI I ly The output of the anthracite mines is about 00000000 tons coal is used in the bidsY j the ma1Ufllc u ling establishments a Very little hard con is used in the softIcoal mines have not boon restrict cd in their output The strike in Wnst Virginia hue not materially it There is no goodiren tild mntsterial advance in the pried of Southern coal n T r ithjxyFauttfiuderSddfie Jbii yo moatwabsurd No man has n monopoly of patriotism 110 matter what he claims TIME OF TRAINS AT UNION CITY North Bound dailNo 11 3l a m smNomyouthNo 1 Leaves mNoamNoc S CLARKECGtnenl Manager ST LOCIS C4t BEALLjea9lYnrdLcnt Agent80BILE I XEMlHIS MUICN1SU NEWS andbrodlcdocvnsNows has overcome its obstacles dud in now issuing a east class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis and special correspondents in all the Mem phis territory and gives the pews of this section t Its telegraphic service is superb Tho uppearthereaften Send for sample copies of the daily and weekly TilE BEST IS TIlE OnEATPEST v Not how cheap but how good aj the question REPUBLIOicafirstclassnews that is worth printing If yon read aroSiithobastmoney and brains can produce and those should bo tho distin uishing cosignedtothetamilvSubscription prico 1 a year Any t newsdealer newspaper or postmaster rcceiyo your subscription or you tmay mail it DieIn CAR 0 THE R Sf BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY J FRESH BREAD CAKES AND CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trading stamps with every lOc Gash purchase ICLINTON STREET 1IICIOIAN KENrUCKY ToJnnhono Number 90 I WI oar ALI 1 Jll1IiTT PIR fIilJ l = = = JI = = 00 DOJff U Y JO BUYII Our new store is rapidly nearing completion and in a shrttime we will open with an entirely 1IiI rlI = I k I Y Wait for us and you will get H THE ldTOl IH JFTYLE idUf1f LWg3T M ft n To glo Icjflgpe jaL Our Mens and Boys Clothing has arriyed and we will open in the t t J 1 MILLER BUILDING J Ii i yi 1 v fNoxt Door to Hickman Bank it c jf Ujlfc 4 7 t0 If you want to be well dressed get your fall suit i from us We hare no oldsHodciy shopworn goods Fit to show you Our stock is absolutely new y mttI111mber e Bros 8 1 r = = IuI = fAfl c- J tttI c i Z t I I I J t L d t c- iI l ii I I Iti111 fii NOTICEI j r Ifseiius that wo have run up against i1k x A 3D and they have black listed uHN A L3D means Nation j s al Association of Retail Druggists We gr not a member The N A R D is fti one of the three parties to the Tri i partlti agreement The other two lire the Manufacturers of Patent Modi 7 tines and the Wholesale Drug Jobbers ij V The Tripartite Agreement is an agreement between these three parties ti to keep ap the prices of Drugs We have dared to cut the prices Hence they have blacklisted ns and say that the Jobbers shall not sell us We have been notified by the salesmen of the wholesale houses that they cannot sell us because we have cut tho prices We have letters from the wholesale houses stating the same thing Mr Warren y has been notified that tho patronage of the Drug houses will be withdrawn from him if he publishes our prices But nevertheless wo will get all tho 4 Drugs we want we and propose to sell them at reasonable prices and we think 100 per cent profit Is too much Quinine wax being sold at 75 cents an ounce I when it did not cost onehalf that price Vo reduced it to 60 cents and now asC re3 CUT PRICESOn c Our Drug Department is strictly up todate in every respect It is presided i over by a competent registered phar mcit who has been in the business nearly all hfa life Nothing but pure drugs are sold We make a specialty of Prescription busii ness c YWe solicit your patronage v L Quinine per ounce 3oc 5 Best Capsules per box 100 ioc- Peruna 79c Yine of Oardui 79c Blk Draught 19c Simmon s Liver Regulator 19c Garters Little Liverr pills I9c Chamberlains Diar1 o e a Remedy 23c Wizard 01143o- Japanese Oil 45c Ponds Ext 43c Sloans Liniment 43c Volcanic Vit Liniment19c Dr Kings Now Discovery 5Oc size 43c l5r Kin s Now Dicovfjy 100 size 79c Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey 2oc size 23c Dr Bells Pine Tar Huiy 50c sig 43c ti Chamberlains Cough HIl edy23c Wntersmitli5 Touie Svij- v l 4lc V Groves TfcsUJil ss ChillJ 1 i tn u 41c- jEuthymol Tooth Ptisie 19c Orays Oi nlinen t l9c Pazo Pile Ointment 4c w r Bitckltns Arnica Salvo 23c V Ayers Hair Vigor 79c a Coko Dandruff Cure 79c BwfimpRoot JOcSi7e43c Swamp Root n 100 size 79c Miles Nervine 79c Williams Pink Pills 43c vS rupof Figs age astoria 29c Z Groves Worm Syrup 1HfC WiRLS tDUCAIv4 Prof WMI Jlhlriucitl fthf 110nntain Grovt Muj zeadeiy wn vOneof the HUH ipUwsrirp p ujinitt1 r tit iti1lI+ ss rtt tlivIItirb cl wlprtr jorj held recently in Ki liIIItij isi s tUfil + neapolislimcs- 1rt Lynch iii the uriuitiatvr ui fcuthusiastic advocate of u system ci education quite uniine He believes ther newspaper is the most valuable cd 7 icational agent of modern times nnd lias developed a system following ro llgionaly on th tt idea j 4 iegfigln is a teacher of the highest stand his state and liar missed but tunic days work in thirtynine years Jrofefl6or Lynch is a regalar subscrib- erv to more than seventy newspapers T and magazines and has for many years ide newspaperialhts prominent Republican politicians hare shown great anxiety about the ef JfWk of the eoal strike oo the Pennsyl approiiwdl jiSoii of their usual majority Itis worth ali the phits it takes to remind tho pol- itkjJiin a that there have been a rew- Uiwes when reunsylvaaia did not go f lUpsWkyin and Patlison is just the t sort of utaH to be keeping his eye out toraach opportHnltlee He ly a tien aiaa mig to take all sorts of chte ceS ws ReptiblKjaH mistakes and adversity i aa be+ IIM occastooaHy had his reward jIi Theyearns 2u sot so very diffwrent io kiii i6 e etfwc ywus that kayw bieA- i i Ft 1+ rt j I 1 v i S i Q r Here tire some well known facts expressed by the McKenzie herald in such striking form that they ought to impress our farmers urn profitable way Wo waste what a l wkoo community live upon We thrdtfaway thousands of bushels of vegetables and fruit in their season nnd when they nro gone boy the canned goods put up by our considerate Northern friends who know that we must have them Corn from Maine peaches from New Jersey i tomatoes from Maryland and OVPU I sweet potatoes raised and canned in Massachusetts We are sleeping over our rights and throwing away onr opportunities we niust turn over I several new leaves iCwc would bg I independent and as the natnntl oat come happy Another lamautnble fact is that our farmers buy a large amount of produce of the grocer that he should raise UDOU his farm The prosperous j farmer never goes to purchase unless he i takes something to soil t I An Indiana mrin blow out his brains with n double barreled shotgun to case his toothache Commenting on this some of the trust organs my The lug diana man tires imitators in those people who want to euro the trust evil by sweeping away protection Hut if Uncle Sam has the toothache there in nothing to prevent hint pulling the tooth at 01100 ho should not wait until the shotcnn becomes the only remedy Gov lieckham has approved the selection of tho Villa Ridge Inn property as a location for the Kentucky Confod erase Home His approval was ao uonnccd yesterday afternoon in n loiter to Cal Bennett H Young president Of the Confederate llama Commission The Hickman Courier the oldest pa per in Western Kentucky issued n beautiful illustrated special manufnc turing and industrial edition last weel It was gotten up in pamphlet form nicely bound in colored cover and con tained a largo numbor of pictures of piomiucnt citizens business houses etc The work throughout was well done and reflects credit on the town and its enterprising newspaper which is published by Mr George Warren one of the oldest and bestnewpapor mon of the state Tho Courier has been published continuously since1859a period of fortythree years Mayfield Monitor samples us you I iLf Amcorg FLECTIONS THIS YEAR The voters of Kentucky this fall will elect eleven congressmen four judges of the court of appeals and two circuit tlglSrho only otber elections are for u few minor municipal such as seven school trustees in Louisville boards of aldermen and councilmen in of the second clnss and a few minor officers to fill vacancies that have occurred in several counties and towns during the pastyear r THE OLDEST PRISONER IN KENTUCKY The prisoner in the Kentucky penitentiaries in pt of is beganta life sentence December 9 1881 tot quite 21 years ago lie is H yean old and of behavior From this it would seen that a life sentence is not Mtha10110C terns afternll k 0 11Jt f rra NOT GUT OUT FOR BAR i igIuwyortto the celerity withVhifjh ie dis posed ot buses placed ihffijsi hartSs approached one of tjM famous loaders of the bar in Mw York with a proposition to b ndmittedi into the purtitership Oh yes1 t I have heard of youWaid the grout legal light youjfbn my suit ofagainst Ifjpry adfts mitt from retainer td frtllnlt tpee wore occupied IOBR tlItit fife weeks Such ox1editiIs ni pt r prpbeIJ8j b17hy jjjng nutt- ythat cast would l Intlccupt any experienced lawyert Jeat two yours I nui not pjrfjiarod x to admit into partnership no lipt does not understand tliqp3t iIi portunt vord in the loglulwccalfui Delay 4 j MOST EXPENSIVE WIFfelfoI THE WORLD Mrs Bnrnatt Y Tiffany wifoOf tho late Charles L Tiffany yonngosj sou is generally conceded to bo the Uoar t woman in the world soys u JT0wYdrk special Tho word dear however is used Rpoculatifoly not in the sonse of endearment but to designate a degree of cold sordid eommeruiality For Mrs Tiffany proved an expensive luxury to the romantic young son ot Novy iorks pioneer jeweler who founded the wide ly known house bearing his name She woe perhaps the most costly wife in the world for in spite of the circum stances that his married life lasted but ton days the fact that Burnett Y Tiffany gave her his name cost him the round sum of 2000000 Two hundred thousand a day is the he now is forced to enter in thedcbit column of his first love affair ite HARDY BEASLEY CON V IC TEar lardy Beasloy on the charge of killing tho well known lawyer Dick Par Iaviotoou Tho case will be appealed Honlmice A Pierce Bensleys attorney is c nfi dent this verdict wilt bo reversed J if l THE LuxuRY tiOFFji l FINE TAILOrnNGh- as J been brought within the mean of modest incomes tfe and has placed clerk chanic and on the theII the same millionairefootingwithll 1 The Internationall f i CoCt J f NIW YORK AND CHICAGO J up garments to your measure ot the most uptodate patterns in the latest style at prices you would scarcely imagine possible for work of this kind Over 450 to select from which would give ar pleasure to show officers cities oldest service good tmt have Inrj dollars amount make I Local Agent Only the man who understands himself is qualified to fIt the faults of another thin to talk about them JIT One gossip inatifieighbor everybodyYou cannot mae a for 1ipliabol1ttl1Csuccess q Often when you trust ai r i youIhafbout your own faults and mistakes is naturally the most pleasing to you J A roan may evea + ire pe unreliable toFbe wtliaaa IrpIe j- x b i 1 r i S TJjustJ boughi a full and complete line ofS= and Heating Stoves that are UQY on e furrPeninsular Cooking Stove the best Tthe on earth Each stove has a g tal andT jdurability andtquick1 work We also e 1 11 complete line of Heating1 Stove ever brought Hckinmi Dont buy before you examine our stock 0tor h everyoneWeb 0 iaft V V j aft Complete Line of Hardware SE S lIlelltSover brought to Hickman We aro still in the IIII PI Buggy and Wire Fonce Business Conic to see us whonii you want something good Respectfully J W S HENDERSON CO HIS STAR MAY SHINE AGAIN The reentrance in a way of John G Carlisle in poli tics l3- convention t attending the State of the Now York democrats as a counselor of the party is attracting con siderable attention in the east and causing a great deal of newspaper comment Some attribute his motive to a Cleveland iiiove while others say that h1iosnQtiiiatajy h orktklemocrats vnitod lnlieyiiig that if tiny art they tall cai ry the StnU this fall Then1 Tammany is in great need of brains at thib ii rticulartime- and recognizes that Mr Oar lisle has a large quantity and a good quality or that highly requisite aitieJn always on tap If it iis truo and it comes lielGppretty straight that Mr Carlisle goes to Sar atoga this week as the chief adviser of Mr Murphy tyke new leader of Tammany Hall a gopd ticket find a good plat form will bo the production ofthe convention Than if the work of the con vention= 1 is indorsed b5 the voters at the polls the poUt ical star of John G Carlisle may shine again not only over tho Empire State Lilt the whole countryEx UNCL7 SAMS DISTRFSS WaslimgtoiV Sept 9rThe United States govern meet may be forced to con do vn some of the anthracite coal mines and operate them to obtain a sufficient supply of fuel to keep the wheels of the government moving A general cessation of pub lie business about the gov ernment departments in this city is a probability of the near future unless heroic measures are adopted to ob tain anthracite coaIIThe supply of eoal fpi public buildings is1ipractical ly exhausted Tile officials refrain from discussing the situation because of the grave consequences involved IieaxtlfalltelMtIexi8HS of11repreparation Unit fills the pores of tho skin The best way to secure n clear compiexion free from sallovrness pim pleti blotches elp ia to keep the liver in lRt S Ellisoni a NcSTOCKU THE OLD PIONEER HOUSE AND DRY GOODS j REGULAIOROFWEsrh N NtUGKY o 9 r Makes no Blow Off rp no it SnaPShots but stands upon its Hecord for Coed qualities and Fair IDoaling t I I e J- ii My stock of Fall and Winter Goods tl t rnntl Iany in this section My constant aim is to buy the best goods that money can buy and sell on close margins and I invite everybody to call before nil lh ing their purpluisps4 r We will do alll wg can to satisfy overy customerJ tdkt Vi5fliet I Ir Jtr11QIf1 HicklJl1l Kentucky 0- II t HICKMAN MARBLE WO- TULE21AIiLl UEQ 1Fi i TOM DILLON 1r ProprSi- rcMt JlGr ton 0 arua n lgdil Marble and Granite ts- OURJ3IJIG J I STONE WORKof all Kinds IRON PBN- CSiokman GIc ZEC i A K i Read every adf iin this issue and see iif you are not benefitted thereby i t i