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V r- l fi 4 i t p I i c t IF 0 t K COURIERI LDESTLv VSPAPE B8T1 KENTUCKY ESTABLISH ED 1859 HJCKMANI FULTON ii KY OCTOBER 1O 1902 VOL XXXVI I NO 37 T H r 1 IJPJt Cook stovta with veaoefe 8105t tit EilisoutJ Morcaiitile Gos This f1t correct an otrar of the nriivter in i Iolr advertwomcnt iu this wceka papfr tea J litplYi THE SOLDIERS Fr Jlkfort Ky Oct 0 t The i x iiey rewntly collect fci inf Washington by Curt allibuu for the soldiers ofi tin sty jguard who were mustejcdl into tho govern ment service infcii6 Spiuiish AiiKTJCsnl war will be paidl11 out Ihy tho governor lUst us uoii us th tlotails ran heal angt3d Thisc i ayriuiits wii 1 il1 hd m u lr llroti to tlvv 4 soldi6rs front the mustfr i rolls on tilt in the war de partment in Washington Jt will he useless fpr the sol diei s to write to tho governor I I or oilier officials urging i i speedy payment as checks possible IJO answered i A Typical Sestk African Store Sundaysr a store typical ot South Africa at which can thetrovocbiata situated in a valley nine miles from tho nearest railway station ad about twentylive miles from the nearest town Mr Larson says I am faorod with rndiu9 I have supplied Chamberlains remo dies All testify to their value in a household where a doctors advice is almost out of the question Within one Stile of my store tlie population is r perhaps sixty Of tlnSo within tjio jast twelve months no less than four byhtantbcrlainrmust surely bo a record For safe by j O6tvgl F Cowgill MI s TO THE POINT at+ a r r WllJcn SrrOtr jL omvlIJ I t r r v rC3 J s villGj Ky policeman arrest eclzi sleepwalker who had wandered far away from home in his clothesb On arousing from his slum her thclprisoner quoriGdj J Surerly you are not goingto lockmeup I cant bo re 1 spousible for the condition you found me in I am a somnambulist 1i ca I cant help what cliurch you belong to replied the cop if your belong to every church in hQ1 city you cant Wall the streets of Louis llA m your shirt tailp 1 v r A Cord I Having sold my interest in the 1 slfurr nituro store of Stophcns Smitht0 Mr jj BU Gill I hereby take pleasut fcom infendiug Mr Gill to the public nndII rcturuinirmy thanks to one aud all for UfO liberal patronage received whilst a lincinbcr of the firm of Stephens e Smith and wishing for tho now firm a continuanco to pubjiorfavorO C SMITH a AmprlcaH Hankers AssoclntlonAuUlinlI Kcctinff few Orleans Nov 1113 AWU5AU1 MEEriXO AUaifTBRS OK TUB COXKBDEICACV NEW OKLKAftS wv1116 For those occasion the Mobile s Ohio RP will make rate of ONE FAllE for the round trip from all points r eelliujj tickets Nov 8 9 and 10 limited for return ten days Apply Irf your home ajifliit for particulars or write Too MBeal A CL PA St Louis Mos it CAROl HERS BAKERY AND i CONFECTIONERYrr i FRESff BREAD CAKES AND g u CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trading stamps with every lOc cash purchase CLINTON STREET mcK3JAXr KBSBJCKT- v Tcl nhono Nunibor HU S4r r pLOW POINTS HTake yo rf Plow Points to George Iitshnrpcned two fft93 teats = r r 1 0 II t m I White Man Mnrdered Near Dyersburg +Dyertbur Teuti Oct tiD Fiatti ia cled the Ii UJIti shot Bud killed tic u negro mimed Willi Burley Saturday tveninx near the j Lewis creek bridge two willS norths olD rmurg on the Xiwlx ru road i F1laU and bis brother W T FfcutJ were returting honin iu a ba cy after gM4tdinK the day at Dyirshorn tnuiing horses unit during tin day laud tritd d j with the negro who btcaum di utis I to j pinedNrok1 Ltyertthnrl1 brother and willed io d niilrlairr l sbotpuus without t insv hiS pugs n and vont in pursuit oi his luau ov r taking1heNlatsa at hr t wis ere Iwidf wiicri bf fired1 t lilfl shott info FlHtt killing IHM t iirsti iinrilatiily Thtu Knrlfy rrtoriuil to lycn liuru ikiid dnlit rfd th1 Run tt jItt Strum inci thvu mode liis oscapc W T Flao brother of the uurdtl r dI man who wa with him at Uw fluff came lo Dyersbotv atd notified burr ilT Daiiiap who with dtP t ire v tout tI to look for the murderer Platt watt a young man about 21 years of age a man of family and a relative of Esquire W T Flatt of Tern ploton a prominent member of theI Dyer county court MARRIAGES PRB clNttilou ut Marriott III Uiekman Tlinrsday Oct 2ud by Roy C A AVarterfleld Air James D Froneh and Alige Blnom Moocham t i1 Tho happy young couple enjoy the boat wishes of a whole community ofII flllMrf I County and tli grand fon of nitef James Maya They are of good tin i 1 lies everyway worthy m and of Uiew I lvos and life nromlMs lull fruition of happiness and pro writjr So mayIit b- Ill llfcifiinniioiFmurstley f Outs tad + by Bv C ji yarptrejd Sir i6in p White of Lebanon Tnn and Mic Ehznbith Brown of Moscow 1 OIi1SONRA3I I v i One of the long expected surprise ia Hiokmnn sooiity circles was the mitr riage of Mr Krnest D Johnson and MissLonlaO IJamngo whjoh llplrjt j ovout occurred iu Louisfille Saturday Oct 4th the ceremony being perforuff w by tho Rev Wather York 3 Iwayuffairt eaoh boiug fully known and apfprciatpii by tho families of each There is ita I rOlDoct1clI any61luc- mnn wgs sheriff of the county and enjoys the good will and esteem af nil I The brido isthc daughter of the lute B C Romagels educated and acoom 4 dished fonsgvoral years was a teacher In Hickmau Collage and poI scary olamcot of loveliness of chut actor to adorn society and make a homo happy So may it bo and to may every bl ing- atteUtl thorn t 8ALMONKAKBR In Hickmau ou Sunday evening Oct 6 at the rt+ si4boce of the brides Tathec Mr C E Baker by Rev O A I Warfcerfiold Mr paqar Salmon and Miss Maud Euker This young couple aro upright chr8tian loving ypuug people and tljowW 18 that 1homar over contiuuo iu lily affection qujl finrtlfy roach a state of everlasting happhioss Nations Encampment GA R WASHINGTON D f OCT oiv Q8f For the above oconsion the M 0 U R will soil tickets to Washington anti return at nbout one cent per mile which makes the rate exceedingly low I Limit ajlows nanrly n month in Wain I ingtdn Ask M 5S O Agents for I particulars OXllctI N G K ST L R R SCHEDULE LEAVE IITOKMN i o3Lo1VQt 150 pm I Xo OLLoavos t 750p m Ko S5Tieavcs 700 a m AlfRIVE d H No 4 Arrives 110 p m No924rrives k aJm To 51 Arrives a400 in f Telephone your orders for roc ories- it Jjd161or11 Y w f r e9 1 1 iS p iu 6 Ee r Reeves 6 f H a new ej fi i ijnRallswarc 1L4Storci j r ortr It 1 i ar rwwuuc cnras ar sarlateerea Al bor r IO Cents W of teen rare jWith Every do Worth of Goods j boughtl of IiJJ pit a plateI cup or s lucerrfrliIt 1etc Yoil can get fiJa set of dishes aamcc at a tll eta111 tas YOllSee It Y1 p cost you n eels extra as jo l Ul goods at the regular price t Drop in and I 1 1 U1YR oel F 3is = CURL1N BLO Wfj fatl BUCHANANst4 1 i ItId f8D0f j 1 e1 tD 1 M lfi15Ij1a 1li j f- UY U IifI ctL hi r THE 910 PiO IEh 1tE Mil GOODS J fi yuroii OF jIEFN G mmi1 i J t r f ITt Ialcss a XSlo v s e SaapS5aot but fstasids upozxtafc SI cord for Cood uoJities tasr aliJi 1 Iq 1 r My stock of Falptiidl Winter Goods is IHW in andalLu v ready for conl parlson iiistyiequ 1y a ad price with ny 111 thIS sc tlonr f ij Jdyconstant dl1 is to buy 1 the best gods that money I can buy and sell oiifxilose margins and i I invite everybody to call lbefore ill ak ing their purchasesS We will do alli ve can to satisfy eveifastomQ 1- O I Ii HrIRBERf Hicrlnun 1 Kentucky I I ai 7 tL Ujj LOW RATES TO NASHVILIK J For the Horse Show October 7111- ITalffaro tickets on sale OotI Limit 2 days Tickets at ono and one third faro Sqr round trip on sale Oct 0 ttflavSll itho Oat l4h This will bo Hi fa1i A tfMotion Uoht miss its Tickets on sale at all N C s St L ticket oflkes iJ I- r I Bvnutiful ouglexlons- Are I spoiled husiut any kind of preparation that tills the pares of tha skin The lent way to secure a clear pimfifesIn fjwwl orSrr An ocrjRSronal dose of Sffrbiiic trill leinsi rill btnyels regu olearbealthv WSi f H f MEMOIR A James Jophrey MoMurray was born Sumner county Tonn March flth 1922 Diad at hfe homo m Union City Oct ird X102 life age being 80 yanrch mouths 26 days Came to Fulton county Krm 1840 where ho resided till about throe years A ago when he moved to Union OinalBro McMurray joined the first Miss issippi Regiment under Col John II Miller in 1861 was transferred to Hent1 deraon scOots Forrests command where he served through the entire war and came out unhurt A braver truer soldier was not in the war so his comrades tOltifSBro MoMurrny wins a charter mom and the last one of tho old Groenc brier church which afterwards was called ML Zion and was the last STIra riving member of the now present Mt Zion church He was present whon the Nest lick true struck to build the first church where the now present church tthestands iu 1848 and the only one who was loft I He was married to Amanda Cnrnth erg who now mourns his low Dec 23 HCO To thorn six children were tarnt tIn of wnont still remain Dora buri n- pr ctulcst him to the better laud ttv eWM afro Bro 3e5k rrajrw s an official in the Meihodiflt church almost continuously since his connection and won ah nail steward till his denth lIe lovod his church Iilij putttor and his Lord nodI was f uthfnl and true to tho oud as- nil dI of his children am religions andr member + and following in Iii 1 He vna nctie and vijcqroiM in outh url yoaui itumhood t rfnr tll1 I rcu isiliiiUee of middle life and iiiold a+ e content 1 rrJI PP7 jUt lat ror rnettrboC of pluwhiehbl iap 1 iiWteiie frnternityt 0 hw uiemofy at hitil+ lu1d tltu brva ltouq tIthllllHb thin ittrot unexpectedl for sev ral v cfSw twas evident thatt1WIfS 4firmrhiHK ripidbr the end Hr uoli iJHjifor R v U D HtllMufti It cua- ratnll WTAS hffort tht t ud cam that ho WI s citly That was a LTutctiuso tt- 1linnI J II1UdW to feral tht be batdt ti r nil= nod felt that itst1 + s wellI 1 t rdaaJIl wirhoiit reil sick s- e or IIi g tautu tuy tw ii h urrttf i e i ho e d aurttitd uttt1 p thpltf J J styct h t li fa g m1acl day t uadusjiittyl1 1 asii yk fdls to plOtptt iit is tutl its ar + witlie Plrit UfJklSII JoLrl1SJuttgy Jrf its JtIJCJItttnt A cLi r and waaCt care +tlth3t Uoct UEI JiifUy afteCaoouattou Mt Zii j c IUh hit fuitjul ferx ic = w r HukTlu I the lrtsicc ofx 1dre couooutse ot frtfudf conducted by his DttStot A nambwoi hwold conipaniQnl some ofis tbu iii arms witU tai n fjiokc boaut- fully i of hwitMio hiiru ttrr awl wort audl Ui Ir a lioiijirt toJiim matt h4po uf mc iinK him iu tie boyond Six of his old comrart 5inturiii8 acted nv pIll1 bearer Scud his oody was laid to vcstin the beautiful oeaictery near by in tho hope of a glonous Tesurroction Srrvuut of God won done Roet from thy loved employ I The bnttlea fought tiiu victory wonl Enter thy Masters Joy 1 he AQjre at midnight came He started up to hear A mortal arrow pierced his frame Ho fell but fell no fear j pasrLaborAnd lifes long warfare closed at tt His Huttl iis fonnd in po inn Soldier of Christ well done mpJoyAntii Ikwt in thy Saviors joy It 0 D HrLUAKD n 11 + His Life In Peril lor just s ledl to have gone all toto piece writer Alfred Bee of Welfare Tto bill uaneet and n lamo hack hadi uratie life a burden I couldnt oat sleep and felt almost ton worn ont b11eclrlcDittef1woudeI8Novthing have gained in Mreneth and 011 vigoroushealth rund091aCoRgil S+ loagills drug store vr r rrJOHN R1NGWOGB 1 I I as1QDl GtQQ i MfibiakB shdlE1S Hichan j Keeps all kinds of Groceries and Family Supplies I I ft 1Sri 1Un If TLII Ql10Qs DeliYefd k f felopltoae No fit- 1i i l 1 fc I r PLAY FOR LICENSE IIN FULTON The farce now being enacted by the saloonatics of Fulton should ave a calcium light with tableau effects so as to hide its veneering contest has already been duly nd fairly recorded and the decent people of the town decided illegal votes from faroff negroes could not fasten tiC liquorQ curse on this fair city any longer 10cite knows better than the that they were beaten by an open ballot anda fair This contest business la grandstandplay for license and the council ol this city are too well posted in the tactics cif the t snldonatics to grant the licensel in face of the vote that wav polled on September 23d or else Tam deceived in the men who mauagc affairs When the Ipcal thegflreioyears ado we iiccepted the1 situa tion and the saloonatics will have theta1oby the legal votes of September 23dfhe tymperonce people Jf bejmr iiPQscd on in this matter any further 1Tho saloons must go because the people said so and the people rule iu all free countries Resptv 1JN HALL Do You Want to 1ntnt theyones energy headache am- Tut depression These symptoms may Ste followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness u con Hcrbinorcrnri it Tok O it before tho disease gets i fair hoM though it will work a curft in anv fttpitot J A Hopkins Manolics tIr l1StiyWrllPS J hero used your reut KKHlieiuc Hcrbine for mayoral year there in nothing better fflrmar 4 r tfMR wm ntourM ft 1fiilrl 1 occt 1 nri1l91itWI F u trr ttothtng as good50c iU Ti Y LtW Si KJlison LraA catone day imploring a friend of his to repent of his sins Well said tho sinner if questionI1villleeo questionkns It this Who wile Cain 1Ql1ic1hsure roll would make a better Chris tiara if you didnt trouble yourself about other mens wives Mothers Who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with Whites Cream VcrmifuRel It is the childrens best tonic It gets di gestion at work so that their food does thorn goodand they grow up healthy and strong 25c at L P fc W S Elli sou ate ltUNEXPLAINED ENERGY Strange 1ropertlcs of Metal Hviilch Seem to He Oppoied te Exlirtlas Chemical Theories The new chemical elements of the last few years have impressed us with their suggestions of secrets yet be revealed says the London Trades Journals Review A French writer notes that the rare metals oresproloniumradito and 1S99 have startled us with properties that appear to be op tnosed to existing physical and chem teal theories and probably open the way to a new era in the history of science They seem to create energy from nothing Without perceptible producefight1sion of liecqucrel rays wJiich resemble Roentgen rays and were first noticed in 1S96 in nranium is 100000 times greater than that of uranium The selfluminosity of 1suftil cient to show writing is not sea sibly diminished at the end of the year The new metals impart iluour escence to the diamond alkaline substance paper etc and their salts actionconcertinging glass and porcelain energet c ically attacking photographic plates 1and attacking the akin aad destroy i ing the germination of seeM These ire effects of radiation v ti 4- f 0 f p 4 I t r tttfc 0 1 1 I 1 i1 Hickman Loft OutIt v lion Ollitt lames the Democratic fnominee for congress or the committee for him has issued a long list of p speating appointments including muIuol ton Columbus Fnltou c bnt oavthe ing Hickman out For fifty years past t the nominees have felt it to the interestf- aHhe party to speak here In ah 11 r James political career he has n r JI made a speech at Hickman and onlyI iyerrfew of our people have heard or seenhim Ot course his election is assured but as a matter of respect and courtesy it might te better for tho party for the nominee to como amongst us so that he can be seen and heard to the end that democrats may know what manner of man they are expected to vote for Is Oempetition In Trade Eight The Democrats of New York headed Zl any Pavid B Hill have declared in fa undfoftfo4ho erit serious strikes and resulting trouble now distressing the conutry somethingr popuhfrwithgument and grounds for the Govern went going into tho coal business I toJihpeople The same can bo said as to k flour meat and all kinds of food for- man er beast and for clothing and hundreds of other things which are tab solutely essential for tho comfort and isr4i centralizing power in the Federal Gov erutucut and taking away indfvidua ownership control and competition The Democracy that the Hickman Courier has learned means us little of Government interference as possible With the personal liberty of men andII with the business transaction etwecnII wan and man Democracy believes i law in enough government to secure to every man his liberty his right acquire and hold property This means I free and open competition Joe uieut ownership moans driving all o- Oo lets except the Government out of that Hue of busiuKs 4 4 LEVEE CONTRACTORS ARRIVE 4 1 OTork Now Being ProsecutedV With Vigor With a Force of Half a Hundred Men Contractor A Outzen of Memphis who was recently awarded by the Gov I ernmunt the contract for the construefi tiou of the first few miles of c FnJ t tHebrought with him a much imposing contracting outfit than moreiiexpected which savored much of nesS go ahead methods and the s correspondlUgI ly revived The outfit consisted of 47 teams of i I IIGiiucidentalsiuga most complete kitchen outfit A force of forty men were broug- r I0 up but this force will be increased seventy five or eighty men as soon as ffeuableNotwithstanding the inclemency of Fridays weather the outfits tents etc were put up and ether arrangements perfected at the place selected for a A slough3VorkI now being vigorously pushed ISII It is expected that the present workfugill be completed in January or earl- m Februaryuthe contractor in charge is one of the oldest and most etficiC TheIti levee contractors on the Mississippi I engaged in the work sincethe1882 He is accompanied by his wif Mrs Sophie Outzen and son George LlOledati x f JoJfu Winter Threatens Alarming Co ditions President Roosevelt tried to bring t stt workers together in some kind of a con- promise I notiby which pablic the mines could be j wjjopalIi Presdeutsetforttrasi soveownersconipro thisraise only demanding that the Presjoff lcderaltsoldier to the mines to protect the properties and the ateni who z uingpeadilionsthrongft IderlI lie to select said committee as draadis the mine owners refused to do Thus the whole attempt at a con roouHfThe readers of the Courier can hardly I door woman comprelier the seriousness of the situ j had tinntbi8section soft coal is nsed 1 1I doors nearly altogether but iii the Eustern thief i States and cities anthracite opal iBwsed Mr la tk 112m i all pirpeees and the supply is obtained for freer the nine where the strike Win Mr1l8 suffering at Ut8e r Jtaiees1 loftwa to these v factories etc i t t I cufnot ho estimated nod the people of tho great cities of New York Boston etc are aroused to u fearful alarming iNicdegree Jo rich can of course buy at prevailing prices 820 a ton but poor must Ocr unless some relief can be had and hundreds of factories i will have to close throwing many I thousands out of employment platrbeforobullet aecpnpabyI I Palantt Winter Clothing tl IIilj e can show real the eompktl of 4 I Clotlllng ever brought HickmantUENS surra asyuzrl ir ca to 812I can boast of the line of for season We the both in Boy and Be r AFRAID OFOlt WELLS I I CRAZY COLUMBUS KyJ MAN A man from Columbus Ky 6t I thy3 I of oil trolls lie argiio thn C will ultimately cause an I i Ii anntiI Vesuvius wore more childs play I at Washington regard crazye i SAYS BEGKHAM IS INELIGIBLE I larfo funGovernor Ho said time np to the siej Icdid not think Gov neck littQ reason that ho is ineligible and could j hope to be scaled n contestI I many able lavyersbelievo wouldII quotee1 legal in support of contention I OBIONition City Teun Oct GS v of Obion saute to Union City to set his wife who is hero nn treatment When he loft washingehis absence Upon rtoII I and locking the front j It supposed that the Ii wife had access to tho liousoi left some of tho jjII for dl1Klng tho night a entered the bons and took from Beards pocket a book 60 n check on tho Hank ot Ohio 1075 and notes amounting sowefiOO Bloodhonnds were put on f i I c i Leslie Unufcott who was safidaiiRp ouslyI wounded in HiekmHn rewjjutly l j Vine Bryant was earned to Cglro t He was acoompaniedfv 0M Faris and his father On Tuesday thos telegraphed for young Hacket mott j InOSt linty to Baysy ZI j- o I The Jane Hoji Fukins9 make Wr show a big jineboth in two and t i theJJpiece suits Also Childs Norfolk I Suits jj fi From 150 to 85Q i = r i inWe 4ND MENS OVERCOATS f i Overcoats tti c tohavp tins have very late t styles s Mens and IIIrn15thr giving department IIlopuusiIe without d authorities L Friday medical Iwashiugretired is unintentionally unlocked containing I negrot 1use Received y x Our NewJi fall lineo Ito LIONtpjt fi so tip BIiWiDfj lLl111hI j HiIBfJrdSI m I 1 I frtheterns the besti I beshirtI ofp rrl + be BALTZER DODDSms tfiTr urging Clothes iBOYS ISURVIVAL OF A CHAIR it Itr Vomlerfal Brieofce Time ol Mont Ielcew Eruption 1 IAt the time we left Roraimn shcrThfrom her stem to the aft engine room bulkhead As we looked ba twe ckbcue Ghiuof Scotts account of thelloss churiinIMonthlyI A common retdchair such I tideckvas hanging in the air to the ships sfe ed It lead been fastened to the after ilagrnbe l1UDgotlI cd I I ratatcvolcanic t rents below We could see him th rrfiat in his chair long before fof1 tvellif0 and he must have suffered terribly before or he dropped from his perch and went alloni part of the saloon but n staterfi rdThis was at hand stole by with omllife buoys and he might plentyyan newas enoughfterhung fhe empty chair literally intact The nixtthmorning the chair still hung there tinandharmed tIC 4 fPeoplesire1Jus tcd1 uIIuws and an air ball which is rcr I light At each end reupstanding therIIeRs P ponentB goal This by a strokef snlluckminut eoraccomplished iaa keep nighttiITo Tike Care of the BufTalecjif appointotealommon 3 WaItsontcDml1 I1 r 1 IL1tiY iY YJ 11 J- l tl1S T M 1 Ii I Jt v E S 1 o xt- ri ZI1t Iii t dIU 4F4P j W4W +4F to late line of compWnow on ex agency fur tlw Peninsular Cooking Stove the best and quickest1 cooker on citrth Each stove has a guaranty bond for its durability and quick work1VSW also nave the most complete line of Heating 1 t ever brought to IFckmull Dont buy before you examine our stock We have the best styles and pricts to suit everyone We are also preparing to open tIlt most 1 ever brought to lUckman Yp are still in time Implement Buggy ami Wire frence Business Come to see us wlien yoiMvant something good Respectfully + p a W S HENDERSON fOe 14F4 w4 GROWTH OF THE BEARD According to ThU Account It CVIINCN Vlillo n 3Iuu IM irrupt In Slumber The beard hardly grows are asleep said the man How in the do operating yon know chair 0s the Oh Philadelphia by experimenting Times breaktnsIIalways used to shave morning the first thing but 1 hated to do it apt to make me late for C P niJ lit I shavedc uJ 1Iwould have sworn unless 1 you up had e amined me closely that I was om the razor And ever since have shaved before going to bed have been given credit for shaving the morning The growth of ard you see is practically imp ceptible during the eight or nine your But it sleep you should stay atvake iitight or nine hours the growth + as fast as usual One night had shaved I had to stay up y sick daughter and I almost n second scraping in the he beard grows in my opinion times as fast when you are awake does when you are asleep Thoughtful EMBARRASSiNG Trouble with Vountr u Thread KINDNESS Woman llnntlnt- from 8c8t Strange thats Collar ere is one young woman in delphia declares the Inquirer + olent disposition received n vere shock recently Site was ch and sat directly behind a welldressed stranger who had a collareHeing one of those + +uhulefluuled girls who grow motherly old ladies a hocii everybody in town she thought glad she would be if some 1tgirl would do as much for her ther if he were to go to church J veling hanging down his back ailfrowhen the congregation rose for i arefull raising her hand she i ttle twitch but the raveling ger thaw she supposed and more of thread appeared Setting her teeth she gave about a yard more of that nd appeared was getting l determined she gave kindlLLk unraveling and then the discovered mans Her discomfiture was evident gentleman turned with a inquiring look to see klinl his neck Undertakey A F OLIVER HICKMAN KENTUCKY Give me a trial when you want done or llopairinj llorsixliwinjf n specialty I a full lion of- s I dadd = r takeris d Ii I f Rosewood and Solid i Coinnsaud fJusket which l rifted up on short notice and n prices Give me a trial Shop near the jail I TL 441 1St- 1t1J 1OJ Vii a iE St1z l 1J J iit 44I FOR CASH t c I AI rMi lOlJ1I U 1 r U hllJitl tJi rt W PV T I W U I 4009 350 fi 300 iiFINEI LINE PANTS l I J a i 98 5t F j i t I i J C ASH SHOE STORE j I I i i l Rice NaYlorJr r j1 4 J 4 J I f HICK MAN MARBLE WORKS LnTAI3iZS11Lt teas TOM DILLON Sr Pwa r lSacwMor t II cv anal stra1 11 W Marble IrCUEJ3ItlSTOKR WORK of all KinK N IRON FENLINGc So M1 t z y ijt r 1 L M J wlf A u- L t 9r u L n 4L 9 t1 Hn r 1 E- i f HLf Ri II J fdrctsfiti I IS t I And the facts are that hundreds of people who have J tklll11r cashGroceryt their continued patronage to me that 1 Y Jv r k S VEt tPIIJ3M1 ir1ONEI t youjnaket That iti This is nottf blow or mere talkrealJ Ynumber1 haviit sold them forf lousesII Why do you want to pay your nalIethem1 othersThisi favoritesbutI good quality t the same Dont ii1 yourmoneyTestPricesd J 7A o tI t JI Also J aih agentfor the J 1t i IRIS PAINTSf 7 Not the cheapest in price but the best and1 mosirrlur J E f able punt inado O Guaranteed Jry Simmons Ek k HaMware Gbinifaiiy1 St Louis altos r p 1 bur TiRELKEtDs- F s 1IIjtCilfl WI I r y 1l l LOSING OUT SAlESi I have decided to close out my entire stock 1 I Dry Goods Notions Shoes and Slipuers Hats fII and Pants Trunks and traveling bags at aud I t BELOW COST a ii A 11i i I fIIBUCHANAI LDNSIMMONSI I I I I A HICKMAN BANK rIIOKlvIAN KY I 0 iJ t Capital Stock Paid I J JSuOOOOOO Surplus and Undivided II- PlQJjts 2O0ao0o I I I Having staple CapitalI n 13iakmpI p Board of Directors tho J Merchants and Manufacturers promising the utmost liberality 1J of treatment consistent with modern conuservatiye banking methods e Itr TYLER President W C JOHNSON C A HOLCOJIBK Vice President S A BERG Asst CashierII f h= y 8 1 idr7Vi A mj 1 j II fl J y6 J I Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware winch is offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the f market jjustifies 44II j A HiII 1 I i S 1f t ROOFING ASlECIALT Z Jt1adcveryad in this issue and see you are not ben fitted thereby iv jr 5ri If B l tit iift STIli LIVING 1 1J JOfe MDLHATOLiN THE r1t1 S- KENXQOKY 11tUNCHAUSE I I i I f- 11I t inverse sensations caused by I l ing that one supposed to beili alive the Lf f IF is arc porllapa I hud illustratioifof t gcntlorUllto You U1YO umlouotedly hear 0 r the colebrntod Kentucky 5illlJTl clmiseai Joe iuIrlnttnn Thnphfgt 2pttllthing has been conspicuous ns love of the marvelous It sec fed to 1112 a juattor of poetic juste poetic appropriateness that a f seter report of aIulhatt4cuscloatlt slt I II1 11I have been cireulatod by the Df papers n low weeks ago He jidt i figured so much in newspiJer yarns hat if was probably iinpsj sible fur him and any candid Ijournal1 I prominence for iho first time wfen he wis traveling through to mountains of Kentucky mid Vt tern Virginia and Tennessee is finds on those occasions which 30 couiniunicated to the papers Jjc motttuinsi tj the mountains for miles nrouhl j wore lighted up by burning wol ij He also canto across a hemp lieljcl j bltloonseIIj effective thin Jiumam labor f r tho reason that the baboon e said could tear the fibrous covtf L redIBy ChinctorI i live yours ago and embarked If j some mining adventures in Ari J j za1 1a na He was reported sever Titreportago called forth obituary notices from all tho prominent papers iffl the country so famous lied lie 1 bo5j tQuQ U UnqhJJlfiff mJr noticos Ihad ac hjjAWgP0i oiraiplussed when his sister Mrs IT enu Lodi taro to my office y torday to tell me that her brothertj whom I have known woll was not IIIdeadsending all over the country tot ICpapershe was on horvay to WashJng ton front Kelvin Ariz where her t brother is mining and where sholi 1 had just nursed him through a spoIl of typhoid fever und throughsj long convaeseenco back to8 health He way doipamtoly illI 1 it is true but the report of his1 death was erroneous fE s MR KEJTHEI Th News has it first hands t from out of the trust prominent t 1 politician in Kentucky who talk 1 ed to Mr Bryan when he was intj tJto State two weeks ago that hee ja in no Fepso H Qiindujjtfcp for lOsilJcnyMr Bryan went afar as to say that he would n Kayo tho nomination if tender him even if ho feit confident that he could he elected Ifp ail 1 I IItt1e1 no desire to bj t President ffnless J tan see nutid certain reforms which I kmowreport igcrto tho musses and the fiext President of the United States could not be i able to do this To be Prosidc simply for flip ofljpc has n1vr ambitionq U ThiSvStatementi was probably not J given to thTsl politician fpr 1U alien bntl11f ihe1 bpund us tpl nq t secrecy we publish it It sirnpy shows what at patriqt W J Bry pn is TJjere js none like him ttjiig pcantry npp u greater since George Washington Elizabeth town News J Tho excitement incept traveling and change of food earl water often brings an diarrhoea aud for this no ono battleifof Chamberlains Colic OLolora and Di CowCorvEill ill f IfGEJ TiIi KEtJJJ INDEEDIi t D1 UC121ST JiUSTAKBI TUEIj APPELlI rm5 JetFors9u Nunn who wiIJ lto Iced J D White as U member of ft fromtttom sff 3turdy tt plain pqople Ho has been r tofr jlfeiQ wart now buds himselfelevate a his z elghbors to a seat to the SUites h08t ibuupl Judge Nunn was Jiu 1S46 and is now consequently jllhjA Kentuckian born ho united in him nr traits of charao embodied in the ideal Kontuokiau Iicharacter has been almost umform Ixsuccessful lIe opens the profession nloDJtl S Dnlent which contribute to robes- uhoodIU fiej 111l With his wtfo who was Miss fie Clements of Orittonden county ho married in 1869 ho resides in his modest home at Madisonvillo vjwi two unmarried daughters which rminly and htspitably do the social hahg three other children Clouiont JKuuu a lluvyer and business wan of Marion i n Nunn also of Nation and n mar rtlaughter Mrs Planncry Vudgo Nunn was born in Crittondou county in a domocratic neighborhood and his Democracy therefore was bred jtftho bone His early boyhood was by tho usual struggles for an education but ho pushed his way through the public schools of his native Sa mty and entered at eighteen scho hi Marion It was hore that ho imbib djj tlio idea of adopting the law as a pri fossion and in his twontyflrst year hi was admitted to the bar I His first office was the post of judge off the Oiittcndou county court to Wloh position ho was elected at the age of thirty JFrom the first ho nnk as an ablu nail enlightened and at thetime of the last constitutional Icohvention he was chosen to represent tie counties of Onttendeu and Livings ton as delegate and digcharged his con nussioo j with conspicuous ability Tho 1j1st and only defeat of his career ctt m o jQi 1882 when as the Democratic noiu ere jndgo iu the Fourlh lrict ho was defeated by Judge ittuaj Pratt the prc xit attain ttar ti7rrota41 lrrsWttvor wn asmall maley audaiiribhiflG t a local Democratic schism In IS97 elowDver Judges Nunn and Pratt again theS Nairnfiiytwns iu July that Judge Nnnu waS lifminUted by the Democrats of tho U4 Appellate Court District at Pa dacah to succeed Judge White the inft isteouefvftor Judge Nnnns dofoat in 1802 h- oi rSiiovcd with his lumilv from Marion t MtuIisouvile whero lie has since re cd ho and his family taking a o0 duouI part in the social and rolltRio lifftOl the community He sameni boi tho Methodist Episcopal church I and or many years has boNn a taithf nr frttoruitiSajly he also became a member of the lmsiu which order ho has taken ther klJlest interest v weretwarmtlieifjjoviugton mnu wins a candidate for gbjttrnor of the stnto before trio olec timilind during the uieinerabJe contest thltfoHowpd Mr Goebol Karl no ma urc t friend or supporter than Tad rpiu1 Njrf PaducahNows EofTUCKi F Iuttall b1t Geological Suiyp r is maUing u1histapographip anrvey of i ntuckytt thbsoasou iis iidicated by a rcco litIby Mr H M Wilson glO raJlb6r inaifergo1 During July a party under J Totejwplieri W L Miller was ansas oam section of the State in the vie Lityfof Harrodsburg where 85 y Ue of ntjspiritlevfllpnmlBSg miles pf toad tra WCty9established flifs map for which these dataware going collected will bo pr tin ij riublii 1 nmps y V1 por lie y pt11o Ititlp isngd by the Uni St1JB qcologiC Sprcoy 1 hakesin5 Itiio fastest selllnc article I have in mYlstorc writes druggist C T SmiCof Davis Ky is Dr Kings coyery for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it always cures In sisyears of sales it has never failed hue known it to save sufferers from throat pad Iona diseases who could get noiiiclp from d rotors or any other rera sill torpors rely on It best physi ciais prescribe it rind Cowgirl Cow c gilfrKnarantee satisfaction or refund a price Trial bottles free Reg sizes Tli dl h THE COUNTRY EDITOR HAS NO BUSINESS 19 MAKE aifSTAItES IN THIS WORLD The editor of a country newspaper has no business- to make mii akes lie hat no Jinnot like says the Rockport News He ought to know I just what would suit each in takeIitem before it is pub lished and let the person co cerned censor it An editor plenty of time to do thisj all he has to do is hunt and clean rollers s ptypeshort items hustle for ad vertising fold papers and write wrappers talk to visit tent1 Jl d1 proofs and correct mistake collectors and dun dei Imquents and take cussings and tell subscribers that he needs money An editor has 110 business to make mistake- attendingwhile to trifles ilke these while living on oxtail soup flavoredwith in agination wearing old and oldcollars also a patch on the equator of his trousers and at the same time a uponthehis paper isnt worth t subscription price and tll heat betteralone with his eyes shut CANINES ADVANTAGES addressinghis youhafonlyttvish I vas you You eI er way haf the best of it Yen you go mid the bed in you shust durnrqund three times and lay down Yen I go mid the bed in I haf to roc up de glace and vindup th outoy1 iuitl undress minsolf und my lS1nodenl to vawk him up und down den maybe ver I shust go to schleep its time to get up again Yen you get oup you stretch yourself and scratch ft couple of times 111Id3Tot t vas oup I have to light th 4 kittleaschrap some wit my vile already und maybe I get some breakfast You bray round ouall f asf11I1 I haf to york all day c eagleIjelltyt FOUND OEAO W BROADSIDE va i D1Eh UTLEY + OF MUR RAT Clinton Randle Utleyi aloofMurray reIYwas round dead on the roadside Missouri opposite Hickman this aide of Three Stata on Saturday ltls i and his remains brought to Hickman on Sunday and slapped by rail to his former home Murray Ky J tHisi a i + solfiuiiot onusod iIi r isftl i hot wound Yown Utfoy vv aaiajllickniun J 1 SPtnrdri morhmg and mot sevAral itJfe acquaintances 7 IIp wtr9 1 to be on his way to sores 1 ndian point in the Territory whero he expected to locate When his body was fount vaed1 1uugbla Uolongiugs his pistol with one empty cartridge was also toned all of which supports the idea that hp ace wasrenot a murder tolegraplledltfor and roncli l llickmim on Sunday carrying the remains of his son back to KyredYoung Utley issaid to have been a popular and worthy young limn and belonged to one of the best families in Calioway county Hia father was u member of the late Capt C It Handles ompany in the Confederata army and was so attached to his old commander deceasedIyt OCTOBER 041 1002 The Mobile Ohio R R will sell tickets for this oc tripllowing II ply to MJOI Agepta f6r tickets and iBformQi O10 1 OB EAKE3B Gellegal G oce 1 Powell Block Clinton St Having purchased the Grocery Stock o J J 0 Dondurant would be pleased to J Oooled0uy Sunshine flour and you vii use no other CHEAP RATES TQ TEXAS On the first evil third Tuesday of ooch month the Cotton Belt will sell Arkansasnand Indian Tem tory nt one faro plus 200 for the rouad trip Tickets wilt bo limited to three weeks for return and will allow stop tho partlcnlarillustratedetthe Southwest Through Texas with n Camera write to W O Pesler Dist Pass Agt 307 Main Street Memphis Tennessee LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTH WEST VIA MOBILE J OHIO RAILROAD nagedurinSoptembor inOI1iiornia NorthSpar ticulars N 1 Out of Deaths Jaws 1When fromSthatIwritesPNew Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect health IIBest pills on earth CowguTsII LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE B R DEPQT f ProPYFirstclass turnouts buggies surreys carriages safer teams itc Customers politenessPatronage w WORKeLitho Letter Heads Litho Note Heads 4Sr r Litho Bill Headsr Litho Envelopes o A4tlje ateCourier OfficeJ c JLOMMISSIOXEUS SALE b PULTOX CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Carter ExotcPlailitiff u EquityWl By virtue of a judgment and order of solo of the rendered1002 In the above tense fotf the sum of Four Thoushud Two Hundred Sixteen Dollars and ThirtyEight Cents and all costs heroin I shall proceed J6 inIIickmauipuuli auction on Ofomlfr the 13th Day ef October 1902 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout going credittrproperty to wit About Two Hundred and Fifteen acres more or less and be= lUg the S W quarter section 23 and he north half of the N W quarter section 26 T 1 II 1 west excepting 25 acres off of tho south end of tho north half of tho NW quarter section 2GT R 4 west or gutlkieut thereof to pro todpurchaser with approved surety rsc= curlties must execute Bond hearing tonal interest from the day of sale until said and having the force and effect of proparedtoS D LUTEN Commissioner i 1 Dont Forget That we haveaiflili liitiY of CHILL lLEDIGINESj and COUGH U nESJ4 10 r JouJUill Coy l1i IDRUGGISTS C j r I j FUEL 1N FAMINE is CERTAIN 1 RE OPERATED V THE DEMAND COULD NOT l I BE lIE1iii Washington Oct 5How i soon can the coal operators in theI anthracite region be in a position to the producttj workNEthem has been finally resumed lj1 J This is the principal quest i which confronts every householder andevery industry dependent on anthracite coal in the northern portion of the country Upon theIlI c1elpen1 tion of whether deaths from freezI ing a4 to be of frequent ocurrer among the poorer classes and1 whether the wealthy alone can obtain fuel at exorbitant pricesjj Upon the answer also leper the question of whether industrialI concerns are to be able to run or whether they will have to close down and add to the general d tress by throwing thousands of vpeople out of employment during f the cold months of the winter i It will require fully six months i for the mines to catch up and be 1 j able to meet all the demands which I are made upon them even if t t run i to their fullest capacity f work their mentwo shiftsIThis is the answer made to theII above questions by Dr David r1 Day chief of the division of wit I r i to and mineral resources in the luggeologicalman is better qualified to expr an opinion on this subject than iis Dr Day His opinion is bawd- a on careful study of the situation and a thorough Imewledgeofall the Conditions just as they exist at the present time Dr Day pointed out that ti normal supply of anthracite coali is 60000000 tons per annum lock on hand is never large I i the reason that although t f fjr sull- l frlYo mtbiul year tot yoar and was larger ilast Jt J Jyear than ever before in the history 1 1off the mining industry it is not I equal to the 6verincreasing l mand As a consequence the great coal mining corporations hadl ll large supplies of coal on hand wi i which to meet the demand which my x continued luring the strike + just of rthe same as if the mines w working full capacity Assuming that the minis won I i Dayibecure lievei that it would be mont I before anything like normal con ditions were restored If the coalI takewas mined at once the1 same rate that prevailed last year the maximum output exceeding 5000 J 000 tons per month This would r be enough to meet the current I r demand during the warm weather months and to accumulates small k surplus from mouth to months for i the winter but this maxiuin rate i1- tt of production + vould not be enough t ttomeet the demand during tho t coldmonths which are now set tingint tI I But if the mines should start r Eltitanthracite region should present himself at the pit mouth and apply for Wdrk the maximum rate of production could not be reached again for weeks and possibly for months ThisNspite of thft efforts which the mine owners have male the conditions South in many of the mines are believed vto be very bal In many placesJ water has accumulated in such c 7i quantities as to seriously interfere with working the mines jfIfthe strike is prolonged until the old weather has fully set in itAwill be difficult to measure the aufltrinr that will ensue IfhowNe vsiy the strike should be quickly now Its 8ettedthedecree ofsuffering will special depend largely upon the policy phis F that is pursued by the mine op ratM asd by the distributing pear itieII for oe lin t uoiti6sffI 6 S i f r 1 l- t 1 11 i COURIER JOURNAL 2SIi The TWICEAWEEK IUDKNAL tho Test paper pubhsth in tho United States for Democrats a for all readers It ijtibo equal of nsa Dailies lung the superior of all other SemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor ItoWednesday issue is devoted ytoass solij AddressonCOURIERJOURNAL COMPANY 1 Louisville Ky INTERCHANGEABLE I 1000 NILE TICKET I Are now being sold by the Nashville Chattanooga it St Louis Kttihvuy good over Railway and Steamer Lines in the Southeast comprising moro thin 18000 cemiles Rate825 00 Limit ono ye sr If you expect to do any traveling wit in the next twelve mouths buyone these tickets You will save tTono tickul Ioffices Where they era not on snlo I thev may be ordered from General Office through Ticket Agent W L DANLKY sGoneral Passcuser Agent Nashville Twin IDRS K DAVIDSON I JentAstHIOKMAN KBSTUlHC OuuedCITY BARBER SHOP llercSstay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pleasure in try to please you than wo old relicb1eisors R U CALDWELL isVILLrROWELL Cash Book Store i ofleNEW BOOKS STATONEflYf p NOTIONSIleCall and see our Stock Ever r up to date 1 tATtY BKUKKD E3 Ctf t I an With Paralysis lJ3eudersou Grimott of this place wasI stricken with partial paralysis and coui pletnly lost the use of ono arm and side phthety wife recommended Chausborlan- Pain Balm and after using two bolt it he is almost entirely cured GEO coaxerevery blo cures of partial paralysis have been ef linimentId It as a for rheumatism sprains n Cowgtllhs physlCOhamberlaiusI Pleasant in effect For solo by Cowgill Cowgill j I It TIME OF TRAINS AT UNION CITY worth Bound r 2 Leaves daily 1131 a m o 4 Leaves 1240 a m No 12 Leaves weekdays mixed 1 3Q p m Bound No1 T fin poamNontDirC S CLARKE Central Manager ST LOrIS M SHEPARD JNOMBEALL J ll- OenIPanrAgiot fotCtnlftnrAgent XQB1LK ST 10CIS II XEMPJIIS XUKM3U SEWS several vexatious delays and breakdowns the new Memphis iliorut- s has overcome its obstacles and issuing a first class newspaper local news covers Memphis at correspondents in all the Mem territory and gives Jie news of t witItsThe Memphis Weekly News will a- My 38th and each copiesthe of l 1 V CON FEST PAPERS FILEO WHEELER AND HUGHES ANDXli T SMITH EMPLOYED TO NtlJ LIlY ELEOTION m aledj PuJtnlnsldi I lhckji1imlYi j t today were also jIJ the court house door nosttIn I j IlIon Olias K Wheeler L TueiI a ur Fulton bare been employed by 10 itsIIy lllooking after their interests I The plaintiffs in tho contort fire J Nickols and fifteen others and itSoljanetitionr ry will tight to the bitter end and will di ploy tho best legal talout this time tiat they can secure The hearing of cast will first cmno colrt ff tIlnIfI Ino doubt ask the ally council for a r remnlnnbej e Sumo take tho position that the connf cil cannot grant the license until 10 l 4 election has beou declared void w s ile others maintain that the council mist grnu1i I pointalso wayI or oatgij incut It was rumored on the sirc t I this morning that the airy councilI would he enjoined by tho local option mIJorltioellrl hQ1ithutten Leader It 1 titc I THE COTTON PICKING MACHINE y i The latest cotton picKiug inachiufes uow in operation near Greeuvill Miss not entirely satisfactory but it Iras reached such a stage in the evolution toward success in that kind of moo j cry that it seems to insure the compB 1iuj I this is done I it will work as complete a revolution id I I cotton raising as the perfection of the reaper and binder did in wheat grolri and will be the most important iud l rial theSouthI the J cotton gin No man can foresee the full effect of this industrial toralas V tiIIfg r tion but some of its results are mani fest in advance s I Its most direct effect will bo to mak ji I f iodeuondcutthplaltwriKnitarlwRfhi r f1put cottMi raising on as sou t 9cerenls9 West 3lfdthe1 j TO ENJOINI COUNCIL speTEx PREVENT THEM Ii PlaleiTOOi LIQUORty J Tho local option people have oinii plo cd Ed Thomas Gus Thomas s coatutOncase filed by the high license peopp who aro attempting to knockout th recent local option election in Monday the local option attorneys 0willhoforj c j council of Fulton from granting ai yJof liqinu tisI wHbesidts The high liconso people insist that ItjuLJ council cannot bo enjbinedas tho kII CONFEDERATE HOME v Tho Confedorsito Homo at PeIpeat a Valley will probably bo dedicated oaj ItThotruBtceHj Ho consideration end unless someihiuf unexpected occurs thoy will be selected is understood that the deeds for lute old property will ho forwarded to GovfI Poyntz11Ilsreunion will be held with tho dedicatory set D1Sinteresting for Confederate Veterans Association taiof Kentucky THOROyGHBREDS BOUGHT Mondafifroln hadbeenstock sales HebeughtqlJbredsgivetrot cotiusi JjrCharlie ItismakeinR the thlDrmodj J and ShcIlsbuListroubleh which he had been afflicted for Chainberlaip oamany remedies P0 withotrdress OWlii i i xf tJ 1 r COUNCILP PROCEEDINGS 1W2Vjunoil met in regular s sgiou Pres o Mayer Dillon Couucihnea Cellar Si5UOaaii Bockman Minntos of last re1mr meetiuK wore rend and on ino ti PprOVf d and wgned- o ftrlluwiiiK accouat + were JJrnsent Qicroperly apuroewl and on umticn alrcrt and checks ordered issued for HJJI wts M Berendos Co paper for Oity Hall r ton eons i 12 50 I WJBarry Jr s for windows and grate for Store Room 16 JroI andthe 11490 St at pay roll 58 SO Ellison Mercautile CV CPaid for labor in City nail IStore room 87 12 Snuiies GO 00 50Jl account o Ellison Mercantile Co forpan approved by the Council Said having taken charge of the Store fitns on Sept Jth the clerk was in clod to receipt thorn in full for runt to lay 6th 1903 iu payment of above ircsentleism ion on the 512523 applied on rent ansulu was approved by the Council nil cheek ordered issued for amount Ih n Mayor reported that he had since lai meeting ordered the clerk to issue twf cheeks to Toni Bcuton in tho sums 1off nod 20 for posts for cemetery Oiuiotien the action of tho Mayor and CouucilIsRport Sept Ties collected OKI 94- I I 1 ld reslsnrars rec ipt for same r TOM DILLON Jr O M Rfort of City TrC Surcr for Sept W02 I IGOI1 Fuud tact Ti balance per Ant report 518 mount paid in by Torn Dil Jr 316 9 11lou u II C Holm 81 70 t y 947 1 00I13 anco to the account 430 15 Water C Light Bond Acct T balance per Aug report 1148 s T8 Amt reod of Toni Dillon Jr 316 9 tGtih80 coupons 00 to credit the account 1045 30 I City Hall Account 86I9nTrI lrhQ foregoing reports were ordered spread upon the records pub lished and tiled A petition signed by numerous ail1 zees was presented to tho Council ask that the Electric Light Plant and1 Water Works belonging to the city b placed in tho hands of private ordifi supplyLet 0 thostHIckman and to the city to the bidder iud for n tease or IDle and conveyance of tho citys plant tc purchaser thereof upon such terms and conditions as may be agreeable After a careful consideration of tho foregoing petition motion was mado and carried that the city lease for a cified term of years or soil at a nominal sum tho Electric Lig- nt and Water Works n motion Council adjourned f Attest H C HELM C C u uillltLlC SALE Tuesday Oct 28th at 1 pclooh m on the premises I will offer for solo to tlo highest and best bidder 01ncorn crusher plows one horse i vea ono cider mill carpenters tools usehold and kitchen furniture aud other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day stile norDins A V UJDEUWOOP J G MCMURRY DEAD Mr J G McMurry an old and well citrzen died at his home in ion City icon on Saturday tho 4th instant and was buried at Mt Zion Methodist church Sunday Ti deceased until a few years since was citizen of Fulton county and was for many years a magistrate ot this county was genial warm hearted anti L pitable had many friends and few any enemies Ho was au old Confed orate soldier had reached an extreme age and leaves a large family to mourn his death Peace to his mower CARD OF THAN Y Thanks to my old friends and patrons their past favors while I was on gaged in tho Implement and Buggy Business and now I will ask them to please call in and see me at my new stand opposite tho II Buchaunan store flickrnan Ky EE REEVES TO ABOLISH OLD AGE The French scientists with head arters at the Pasteur Institute are ing out hints that they have dig how to abolish old age antI1 accidents goon living forever is to bp hoped that they will not keep secret bottled up any longer than deem it absolutely necessary The st of BS are growing older every day wo should like to have tho processor aging arrested as soon as possible SALESMAN WANTED to look Cite udlacanLxd The Victor Oil Company Cleveland Ohio 1 HK = KMAN WAGON I I IXANUACTTIUa S uF TMK CKIFISKTIII E eKHA WAtOmn U Rockbottom Prices on Groceries Staple and Fanny Grocories as low as tip lowest ftrr Cash Call rind inspect our woods and cam pnre oar prices with others Free delivery Ja ssaBUCHANAN I t Ytea asi l Iii I ofGBuy Now and Save Money 11111 I FURNITURE r 8Soo our lino of Saita Iron Beds Wardrobes Sideboards Rocker iCenter Parlor and Dining Tables Lounges Cots Mattresses and l many other useful articles UNDERTAKLXi IEPdItT1tETVe also carry a complete hue Collins Caskets Snits Hobos Etc Our prices reasonable Call or telephone us when our services are needed Phone 10 Morris Phillipps 11- I LED3POKD RANDLEI Groceries Fresh Meats aHardware Queensware and Feed Stuff S JIII tlUl J I JJ I 1 r tJfiyt wi4 ffifVo carry everything usually found in a firstdaas Grocery and no 1pains will be spared to please our customers 4 Call for nine Trading Stumps vrllli every lOc Cash Ierchase 1After collection of 300 yon aro entitled to a nundsomo present DeliveredhtFARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Qli1tOM st br giokao7 Yo Absolute Safety is the Basis Thai we offer to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importance f Upon this Guarantee ive solicit your patronqre JJv A THOMPSON a CasiiilifJ q x If BUCHANAN President f DIRECTORS eJ J cliPErrItf I 1 j e r osS J 1 1 If f We aro constantly receiving Fresh Groceries of all kinds Choice Fresh Meats Queons ware Harness Ice Cream Frdex er3 large and small A lot of useful articles for lOco Hay and Bran All at y ti y 0c 5 J W ROGERS SON NEW MRRKELProp E orb thing now fresh liestockthher A lino Uue of cured moats nhva S on handprice p l for select butcher stack chickens and IIsghest eggs market riVcrytatini G1nrnnttc l AK n crttcatA liberal share of your patronage solicited Phone J13 Free Deliveryr l h1 v h a i rf1 1n tII f 1 Y it 0- q J I nV I J f 1i I ELLISON MERCANTILE loINCOnponA rED 6 Big Stores 10 Departments Each Department a complete Store Itself1 i e serJYlWith our increased facilities for dole business paled to better overAlmostprices We are Not Afraid To Publisjhl Prices t i Therefore our Prices Must be the Lowest I1GROCERYBest Patent Flour 50c Sack I e tc cc cc 375 bbl Im II c MWgPkg7 i 11DRYFHeavy j Ragnlar vnjuc 7c f Heavy Canton Flannel heavy nap worth lOc at S c mm 3K Outing Cloths 5c ijftf ifg Percales worth lOc at Sic ft Best Brand Calico 5c 11LadiesAll Wool Skirt Patterns 50c m Ladies Walking Skirts worth 250 at 150 flt mornLadies f ftOxfordI HILadies00oCastorLadiesr I Ulnoknnd Oastor cheap at 1000iftMissesfrCottonI Worth more K NOTHING DEPARTMENT II 1 4 V We show this season the largest and host stock of lIens and Boys GlOt11111r I that has ever been F brought to Hickman KmItstockMensPhase qiiitiitie are worth 31OOO any whew TJr IF AwlwG00F nixie H i 9 J ousts in quality stfrldfemicl price i I 1 Prom SU5Q wp IPVee is full and com plete at lower prices than sails e quality is 01delsewlwle5J V Mens Fine Shoes 1100 to 500 V 1 I LadlestcI ii 1150 to 350 J t IllWeshow the biggest 1 l line of Stoves and Ranges and our prices cant be touched I I RANGES We offi a Hiole steel Kange AVith reservoir r attached f62Q OO HEATING STOVES 160 250 S300and up lV COOK STOVES w itll vessols1 510501I1 l i Comi and see u Will be glad to show you whether you buy or noV I t i ELLISON MERCANTILE CO lIicoEporated 1 aIC ANr 7tUcsY I I Ii MILLS POINT JOKE Hickman says the Courier was called t Chicken Pomt because so many chickens were shipped from thorp And doubtless there are citizens of Mayfifcld who can call to mind the f V time when that place was also called s 1 Mills Point It was while the pres ent town of Hickman was known to the V Government as Mills Point we have Y 1 been told wheu it was tho custom to pay about a quarter for tho transmission O VofKn ordinary letter thro the Federal uiatl system before postago stamp were Vutroduccd that au old lady called at the store q ere such business was kept F and enquired tho price of delivering her letter The price two bits was paid l loYyer The old sister however lingered1 1H along place quito late in the day in an in1Pathe state of unrest At last when patience with her ceased to be a F virtue in a loud voice she called out to v the Government official in this wise v Seo hero Mister why Jiaint you gone with that there letter of mine I give itA Y itoyou nioru three hears ago Since rthat time it is said the folk in that r h sactiou have grown in wisdom a right w s art Mayfield Mirror 1j e 1 w- G f FISCAL COURT The iultou County Fiscal Court composed of Judge Kearbv and Esquires Mayes flair and Terrett was in session Tuesday Sundry claims against the county wore presented nnd allowed but the claims do not aggregate as much as former years The court engaged an architect from Columbia S C of approved reputation to draw the plans cj for a now Court House wliich will ho ready for thu April term of the court The Fiscal Court adjourned to Tuesday Oct 2lst- tiaerieas Famous Beauties Look with horror on skin eruptions blotches surest pimples They dont have them nor will any one who uses Bucklcns Arnica Salve It glorifies the face Eczema or Salt Rheum van ish before it It cures sore lips chap pod hands chilDlllius Infallible for piles L5c at CowgiU Cowgilla drug toreV s quick Delivery We are in a position now to deliver your Grocerlesandfrcsh meats as soon as we receive orders having added another uel cry wagon LEIFoantRacnt r0- I f b t fV t I LAST CALL FOR TAXES I Myself or deputy will meet you ajtj the following places for the last timo so conjp forward andsettle if you want to save cost for wo must have yourl taxes as it takes money to got tliII sheriffs quietus Fulton Saturday Oct 18 First National Dank- Alexander Monday Oct 20 K Cayce Tuesday Oct 21 1 Jordan Wednesday Oct 22 A Sassafras RIdge Thursday Oct 23 Hickman all other days except ai advertised above I shall expect fpne and all to settle within the next 30 days Respectfully 1 G L CARPENTER S F C j 1 1 Your friend may be pa tieiit but there is danger that you will kick him olio too often in the end IA proposition may be right not always expedient but that makes little differ ence to the proponent I1 E Some selfstyledstates men assume that the oifljl cure for public ills is the fret use of political fiit J t r NOTICE All persons indebted to tho firm of Stephens Smith furniture dealers are respectfully requested fc come for ward and settle This firm having been disolved all accounts must be closed STEPHENS t SMITH 3t That the public likes to be humbugged is proved by the contents of the ballot box in- a majority of cases Jr V THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Not how chaP but how good is the question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC- is not as cheap ad it is possible to sell a th01newsread it all tho year round yon are posted on all tho important and inter testing affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and I those should bo the distinguishing traits of the newspaper that is designed to bo read by all members of the family Subscription price 81 a year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will subscription or yon 1May1 t f S v 7 I t aaa a Otnt mC1Ut tJUJJcc c try Lon Rabey was in Union City Sunday Mr David Baker of Bradford Tenn is visiting in HiOman this week Mr John Hingwood and Holcombe Drewry left Monday night for St Louis to attend tho Fair and on business The Steamer Ford Herald which landed hero Monday morning had an unusual heavy freight for this plac which included 168 sacks rind 63 snakes of seed cotton for the Richmond Bond Cd Blankets from 76c to 700 par pair great bargains at H C AMBBKOS Cautionary signals have appeared iin Wall street warning the public against venturing in dangerous speculation The situation in tho anthracite regions is said to be causing no HtUa uneasi ness among those who foar an early cold snap TIle Mozart Symphony Olub of New York under ougaguniont with tho Hick man Olub were at the Oity Hall Mon day night All tho seats were filled and the performance highly praised The Embroidery Club meots with Mrs Rosa Hubbard this Friday even ing In the examining trial of Vino Bryant for shooting Loslio Haokott Judge Kcarby hold the prisoner in 56000 bail failing to give which ho was romaudod to jail Tho delegation of Kentucky who were in St Louis lust week report that they have sacuretl the beet site on tho Worlds Fair Grounds for tho Stato ox hfbit and that 75000 has already boon pledged to make the Kentucky display Mesdamos Travis Davis Annie Ellison Mary Prathor and Emma Stephens are attending the State Convention of Christian churches at Nashville this week Mrs R G Adams missionary leaves n tho 17th to rasumo her work at Muriel Cuba She is a toucher in the Baptist Orphan notuc at Muriel This a noble work a uoblo institution supported by tho Baptist people of the United States Go to Amberg and see tho Now WnIkingSkirts The most important event of the mouth for the American amateur us tronomar is the total eclipse of the moon which tikes place on the night of the 10th and 17th Thought lunar jlipsis ere not of ruro otcnrrenoe it Is almost throw years alireo w havo teen one of any size and four Fours since we have been able to observe one abut was total Parties desiring to Oakan uyest mont yejlaiiig 896 per Annum which isj nou assessable for taxation call onii BT DAVIS SmyrnaRugscost at II O AMBBKOS uu Goes Kight to the Spot When pain or irritation exists ou any part of tho body the application of Bal lrds Snow Liniment will give promptt relief 4It goes right to the spot saidI an old man who was rubbing it in to euro his rheumatism C R Smith 1 Propr Smith House Touaha Texas writes I havo used Ballards Snow Liniment in my family for several years and have found it to be a fine remedy for all aches and pains and I recomuiont it for pains in the throat and chest tt25c iOc nnd 1 at L P w W S Ellison Hisses Mentor Walker and Lillian Lnten left Tuesday for some point in the Indian Territory where they go as teachers Advertising I aimilar to insurance you must keep up your ptemiumSk otherwise the policy drops Spasmodic efforts of any nature never pay Rural free delivery is proving very popnlarwith tho farmers and we are being out stripped by neighboring counties We need a congressman all our own ofoLevee Inspector Fred Vigstrand ar rived hero from her homo in Mena Ark Sunday Mrs Wigstrand is tho daughter of tho late Breckinridgo Blackburn and a niece of Senator J C S Blackburn Mrs Wigstrand will remain with Mr Wigstrand until the present levee work is completed The 7th Kentucky Confederate Veto ran reunion at Fulton last Thursday was everything that the heart could wish in tho way of genuine hospitality generosity and patriotic influences Camp Pirtle under the lord of such veterans as Jim Parker Fon Collins Bob Browdor and others covered itself with glory Excellent speeches were made by Capt Tyler Major Halo Hen ry George Mayor Fall and others But tho crownlngglory of tho day was the Confederate women in dispensing courtesies and hospitalities Mr R A Tyler spout last week at trottinghorsessuch horses as the noted Alfred G 219 Sire of the renowned Charlie Horr 207 Annie Lee207Uandtwenty six other in tho 230 list lIe brought homo such high class brood byHappyMargravo215xCuban2 j by Nutwood the sire of more 230 trotters than any other horse that over lived Florence Hopper by Nutwood Tula by Dictator sire of Jay Eye See2 003 and The Countess byErlmont 2 OI1 Lizzie A is by Alfred G and though but two years old has trotted a trial mile in 221J4 She brought at tho sale 1350 These horses with several other standard bred mares will be kujjfe by Mr Tylerou tho Davis farm three miles and a half cast of Hickman on tho Suite road recently purchased by him Ho contemplates making a first class halfmile track building barns and other improvements and in every way making of it as complete a trotting stock farm as any in the blue crass re giou A flue opportunity will thus bo givu one farmers and stock mOil to im prove the breed of their horses Mr Tyler contemplates adding to the above before next spring an imported Spanish Jact WANTED 30 laborers for lumber yards 12 carpenters or car builders Steady work Apply American Foun dry Co St Charles Mo AN EXPERT WIFE THIEFI Dennis Chiazoll a coon of the worst type was run in Saturday night by Marshal Robertson after a hard chase and several shots lie was arrested at the instance of Marshal Walker of South Fulton who wanted him on several charges of wife stealing Ho is a professional in this line and boasts of his art and is credited with stealing tluee other negroes wives Ho was tried before Esquire Roberts and bound over on three esses and sent to jail at Union CityFulton Leader 20th Century Tailoring JflADETOMEASUREhighest which everybody can afford topay The sort that is fashioned by skillful artists and made by trained tailors pdrmanently employed by Cbe TnteriiaMI tailoring go f new yfc x11111gfciciit Over 450 carefullyselected tapto date Fall and Winter patterns to selectfrct If you want to experience that satkfying vrelldresfed feeling call on us and let us show you how little it costs d H CMMEZRcL t t c r r t- t f- j jT ry 1 HORSE AND AUTOMOBILE The Animal Made Acquaintance ivlth the Machine and Was Easily Cared of Ilia FearatMis There Is some talk of a school in wherein horses may be educated out of their fear of automobiles wheth the tr this would serve or not is another question but here is a little instance u of what one sensible considerate automobile L driver did fdr the sake of a frightened horse says the N w York Post The automobile had come to a standstill in the roadway to permit t the passage of a small and apparent y ly very young horse in trotting rig attached to a training sulky Thebmotor had not been shut off so the I machine kept chugchugchugging as the horse approached With asnort and a leap the horse yhirled to the Bide of the road nearly throwingout the man in the sulky Then the au- tomobilist I shut off the motor and iff called to the driver Wait a mo ment until the animal quiets downr11 then drive him up slowly while I t sit still ii- t This the driver did and when the horse was within 10 or 12 feet of thet mackine his progress toward it hay ing been slow and fearful the nti t mobilist got out took the horse by the bridle and led him carefully t up to the car patting the animal the while and talking to it Now look it over smell it see theres nothing to hurt you For fully five minutes the horse was permitted to inspect the ma chine and at last it seemed quite accustomed to it After that the horse was driven back amid forth several if times without evincing the slightest feat The automobilist did not start his car until the horse was almost out of sight- WHEAT LANDS IN EUROPE Shown by Awalynlii the Soil of Siberia Is lmllarto That of America We are told that the south European wheat lands constitute a broad belt of prairie 600 to 700 miles in average width beginning in Hungary and ex= tending northeastward to the Ural mountains slid then westward into Siberia to unknown boundaries says the Export Implement Age On the north and the west are the gray for est lands and on the south and west are salt and alkaline districts sando sandy wastes and finally the Caucasus and the Ural mountains Jly both chemical and mechanical analyses thei soil is shown to be remarkably sim ilar to that of our own prairies also commonly known by the similar term of black loam The depth is on an average probably a little greater than tht of our prairie soil From a chem ical standpoint the soils of the two f regions are similarly characterized 1 by an exceptionally large amount of thoroughly humified organic matter 2 by the presence of an unusual proportion of phosphoric acid and 3 by a great amount comparatively of lime potash and other alkalies These soils are therefore alkaline while others especially of forest regions are acid It Is well known that the sub stances thus more abundant in these soils than in others are just those usually needed by the wheat plant THE AUTHORS POWER Wields a Magic Influence itver theIa Mind of the Average Reader of Fiction Everybody knows that in a novel a commonplace person may be mode interesting 1toby u deliberate patient exposition of his various traits precise ly as we can learn to like very uninteresting persons in real life if circum1 stances place them day after day at our elbows says Atlantic Who of would not grow impatient with the early chapters of The Newcomes for instance or The Antiquary if it were not for the fact that Thackeray and Scott know their business and every one of these commonplace peo pIe will contribute something in I end to the total effect And evenI where the gradual development of character rather than the mere pore trayal of character is the theme of a c novelist as so frequently with George Eliot how colorless may be the per vonaiityjit the outset how narrow th range of thought and experience por trayedl Yet jh George Eliots own words These commonplace have a conscience and have felt th sublime promptings to do the painfulj right They take on dignity from their moral struggle whether the struggle ends in victory or defeat By an infinite number of subtle touches they are made to grow and change before our eyes like living fascinating things DragonFly FarinA The breeding of innumerable hosts i of dragon flies or devils needles as they are called by boys IB some parts of the Un it States in1 order that these insects jaay extirpate the mosquitoes is now it advocated iu certain quarters says pthe New York Tribune Are we t have dragon fly stock farms with J nual sales of weanlings of the choic est pedigree Alas It is to b feared that HO matter what we do we shall have the mosquitoes always with us like the poor Nevertheless the swarms of these pests can un- dottbtedJy be lessened in numbers sad in the evil which they work i Five Thaa and Mlle ef GJxrarct i- JnHpcvtors of the Bristol England factory district haveJgured out that mere than SM Bijla of mickine made glgaratteaaretnraedoit week foreetiid1r7T i c A i jI I iIi iI J TWO CLINTON MARRIAGES C eChUloDC 10 30 oclock Mr J P Nagel and Floy Lowe were unjted in marriage 6 the parlor of the Lowe Hotel at this place This evening at 680 oclock at residence of Mr J A Debo 11rV Will Williarajud Mi s Agnes Egbert daughter of former Representative J Egbert wore married UNCLE SAM A Puul OFOUCER COFFEE The United States has never been OHsidered a coffooproducing country coffee has not m been iwodtticodJ P- vithin hor limits but now with U e icquisition of the Philippines Puerto Rico and the Hawaiian islnuiis she id- a J coffee producing country uud nn ioubtudlyl sooner or later the question protecting home indnrtrie will he by the proposition of during duty ou cqffee which at the present imo is on tho lYoc fiat THE JIG REBEL Speaking at the Grand Army Kn ampmcht Gon Wilson Bud Qtpt Potter opposed the erection of a monu ment to Jon Robert IS LAW on tIJrouud that our soil isi too pure to be aaed for the erection of n inounment tolmy rebel And yet iu a speech weltoniiug the G A R Secretary hay mid Casting its gigantic shadow Dyer this bivouac of your the obelisk Washington towers to the clouds the loftiest struoturo ever reared yII man in memory oC the loftiest charac ter in human history And Washing on was as big a robol ns and certainly 10 loftier character than IILouilI UlelimOJ If you treat a man like a I dog you may expeot him to act like one The politician who dodges Glitz issue has two chauoes ofI winning to one for tlio man who faces it Mrs Alice Jones Hurt of Cincinnati arrived in Hicktrian Thursday viitii K Mrs R T Tyler and otb r reiativit Mr and firs Eriust Jrhus rti re turned homo Thursday and am top ping nt the LaGIede Garfield hharley and ferry UwnI npgroos wore lynched at Newlicrn yesterday for tho murder of D l1ait an account of which Is olsowhoro pub lished The many friejid ff JugoI3R Walker wore glad to o + him ou the gt ces again well t GIRL ASTONISHES SURGEONS II otII Perforate n Neat Which 3Icn Science lteJnrllclt nil Iw I 11lJldbte j j t It is no tiling new for a m ns bend to be turned by a pretty girl the feat accomplished in that linebutII a nurse at a Philadelphia hospital other day is probably without n parallel According to an exchange of that city Thomas W Wright and a eom panion were skylarking and trying imitate Jeffries and Corbett in frontof Wrights home when sud denly Wright received a blow on tho jaw that turned his head half round and over on one side vn instant later a big lump appeared on his neck ISulld he began to suffer grosslyI lift endeavored to get himself into his former shape but was unable to do so Try as he would the best be could do Was to keep looking aver his Itright shoulder There was no getting him to front face IHi friend helped him to the hos pital restraining his rather natuial inclination to walk sideways and there Drs Lloyd and Merttn told him Ida neck was dislocated They sought tu retInue tire dislocation but cry uuKtictcusftil and so the nurse said placeeS i1rgnni and patieut nirncil and the young woman took the sufferers Iefuec between her hands and gently worked it first one way and then thee other In a minute or two there was a stHind Vs if something md snapped and the young man was looking the world1 once more over his wms coat instead of from the side The swelling in his neck disap geared Instantly and there was no bpain lie thanked the girl and doctors praised her- importance of Opium More than 33000 pounds of DGcrc received at San Francisco in rysingle recent shipment from 1A distinguished physician in fJitltcitt remarked some years ago that if he were banished to the moon com polled to practice medicine there and1 permitted to take with him only one lndrug in the entire list of the copocia he would choose the juice 0tbe puppy But ho was ns I opposed as anyone could be to the indiscriminate injudicious useof powerful mendicament and nounced the swot it anywhere except upon a doctors prctcription ChRHicca IH tile Kindle sea i The l ed of the Black sea and of the Caspian have been raised by J repeated earthquakes and 3swlI wkick Wert formerly navigable aria I v 1 A J jr tiott JIO J ccccvYca c1Cr For good tn ler Steak T K ont itrut Throlkold BrK Dr Dabney will preach at tEJ is tion church next Sunday ft For Fresh Muts go to T1oldBros Judge building PbolHfa I Thor will be services at UhJ I next Sunday morning and nigh b lie- pawtor I 1 R TT Brown The tfIno mss tKoeu changed froju thint Swaajto acoud of Qclt month as has be yearBuy tan Sunshine flour uid xprr U use uo othar It iis the favor tub the best fuunliw- Th aurfjeonn ul thu Marino JToii it- lttirviuhtttb Snsylucu llbo lto teaUte Imofc of young linckett 1 oil Lot to cut it out at least for thoprdnt There is talk of tho railroad tiflg another tmnsfor incline lIoore Id Uurrus warehouse depo but ot g definite has boeu decided upon- esIhF Srusago every even at- Threlkelds 1 wo- W OI r is t dell The very City Council hilt lIPIPtI1 to 11 or lease the Water IIbitrtc flprospectstthief on Vcdnosd y evening The rlo isohnrgod with stealing a slifff and llowasCJIbetter Try it ouo time MOO 1 It nu other 11r and Mrs IL P Reluley uatn Moore delegated are aUoocHiiK too Baptist msooiittion nt Clip week t Fulton county has the rmuio o lag ttio lintwt In n da of arc Wvsteni Kentucky and 0iiFulimi county lau Ute worst any cyunty in VetoIHrtl l Ik of tliht and tell the Mitgi1 i4t 1 ytmr DwtnU whuf you think of it t Suushine hunt IP tho hour it antt quality considered Give fiTti It r triali l + Ms tJk H Smith n mhoil tetfof p of Cintu hits sued J W ifjjfr j SiifMiintbiuluttt of tte common 4 g of filickiunii county in the lltijlt a cuiiuty Circuit Court fur tliuiutggb b her character J t 1 Mrs JolmV CowXii sn4liI H 9gh u TauT Brood this I 1 nse Wl6fi f4t ou tho Jliiel engineer McDouuld of Haj C St L Railroad was iu idnoedtiy examining as tot cacliPes to the railroad clevato r is forming ip front of the ol ati mh tnauc it difliouH for hoc t 1t alongside to discharge freight ar IfJc1 it unless roiuedird thmtt 5 tho river auproc Upi B isisi thought that it can be ruin litii- u ithout much cost + Miss Annie Sherrou who hue bo t 1- 14lOisiI1c I to attend tho Jot ijEQt ilauiago marriage reluniml bii I Wcdue day more ing B f Mrs Roy McKiuuey left lor her i i Paducah Mondny hotte Mrs John Bright of Ubiou i iiig Mrs Lirzio Faulkii r tThe Board of Lady Maonger pf iSt Louis Worlds fair adoptQt1 r- u uUon offored by Miss Uolun oft t eiug that no indecent tlnimers t1atJr lroppr uxhibits lIo allowed utOt C tGot1f PaeutnakyPf Iii trrotl county fwd plnntel thu 15 a u lltT Were f lllt Ldr good wear and Stylish smWlr tj 1O AMUUIU MrrlJ C Dnrhauu of Riploy qifeifl ms iu Uicknrui with the vSv r 1tj Imerchant w1I iy trying to secure a business honkfitj itl IIejtori n 0 t 111mlII1 i t ilII- t Thn Moniphu Annual Con fcrenro t tune Methodist Church South niwitr lt Par Tcnu 10v 19thlI J moving to Imo tho session ot iOjicb flI1 I i tiionccessary capital aro uaIliDcr rulwtfroJue longolville om- iby n Uicknian College and roturmt Tkc city will probably bo asked JJtilefranchise at next mooting of c i ott ntH B t L A 18The liickmaa B L Associi meets next Thursday nighti fiJit1D wrieRbuildiag v J 1 jjf 1 I M L A 7 1 r = H q H l a S= 00 WI 509 BHEJqpEN Vmlci is progressing rapidly on Oiti iiewir biiflcling rrtints we GXpeQtvto be open in a short time 1 wisn To San To Tiea MBS thntVc have bought the most stylish liiie of JSkirts 1 Jackets and Qloaks ever shown here roi will see the- M same garments that are being worn in tlic cities It will pay yorf to wait and see them beforel biying 8nrK18thil19 has arrived and is now ready fqj your inspection There is a difference in our clothes You te iisee it when you try them on Your size is here no- wx55 LItlri FOR GOOD ONES AND UP TO 2O FOR BEST JS ik- ffllLLER BUIIBINS r Next Door to Hickman Bank j t r nitth 1Jllberg Bros 00 fHk = = c Clarksville Dolt o fein Vet i rise wear the parade feature abolished nt Ute uunuil reunion j Tire Dalyhtirj have compromised for 330 tltr0 the CmfMerate Memorial 1so ciation cliuiii of HOJQ i tTie infant chill of Mr 14It Taylor died ut the laic of Mr Tom Itomluraiii in East Hickmai Wflne illtJ mild was buried at the city CtUler Sympathy id wsteudrd tlio llxTrHd Jircu men are grumbling ov rr 1 lotii law IMiatMxi by the Kentucky Lirisa tare milking the license for M mavens 1 for rack 100 voters for ach ixrfonu mice iu the county where the show is given Bach aide show where sen tea QItre ch gd 94ott tIfatrM f o1 11 trained uunnnl shows only paid a li eo seofo The circus meu ttih cut Kentucky out of their routes N w York American IllhEW HICKMAN HOUSE PUL1ic1TbeI d completely renovated new rooms new paper etc A share of public pntrouagp desired SIX PER CENT ADDED TO TAXES Tax pnyors of the city and county will do wen to remember that 0 per cent will be added to all taxes not paid this mouth The penalty goes intovef rout Nov 1 and it will pay to settle with tho collectors before that time SUCCESScfdXhc new firma ot 15 O llioe Co ladies furnishing has met with snc jcesss0 much beyond expectations that MrK O Iliee the buyer was compelled to return a second time to the mar kets to replenish and add to their stock lie has just returned andnc st week will notify you through the Courier of tl tho noW lines thoy have added Tin riladies of Ilicknmu and vicinity all say tillS Ladies tarnishing storo is just what llickmtm tim needed for years toii 0nncl wonder why Jlickman en ter pri oII has not had such a honsobefnrc The sales so fur luc boon treble E oxpecla tioi s- ROCOUNCIL P EoINGsII I Proceedings Of call moelir of City Council Oct 8th 1902 I Presort Mayor Dillon CouueiluunIIIi Brovard Svtiyno and Lpdtrtr+1 Mivor Dillon stated that the wbji ctof ihl mooting was to have notic s served to build sidewalks stud curbing On motion made and curried time clerk wa- X instructed to issue find have served notices on the following parties and all other parties whose sidewalks and out of repair to put downI 1cnrblnarc and curbing within ton days after notice and in accordance with the speoiiicatious set forth lit Iboj notice to wit hMrs V Bcalem 0 A Perry John Wontheriy Heirs of Rube Meriwoathor W A Stoker Mr Jimune AlcCluro Stephen Stabivinckman Wagon Co Mrs VE Powell A O Carnthers anon John H Nelson L OB motion council adjourned H O Helm 00 J1J L 1 via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis first and third Tuesdays of each month beginning October 21st For oneway tickets 5 plusroundtripI 200 o a rin MissourirArkansas Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territories Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town The Cnwma licIt runs uniW tbrorgmt uslos W Texas equipped with the dmolUllIf lira are seeking a better see to 1ocare write fora fro ropy of andThroughM ADAMI Traveling Passenger Agent Cairo 111 E W La BEAUME General Pass and TItAgt St Louis Mo t r l it w OtIS Tl U 1 fJ e 09 y 2 Ultj L t4 o22 0 ctd0FIGt c 0 tI2 C 0thr I a Z at4t 0- w I Itramssrtt I pa bo ra aQ P isoaN1j 000 y uwf In114 rr V VI C yOo- w 0 0 W cB 0U to4 WlQ 0T On =O JO c JW a3o Z ii- I l+ e dII 0 0 J 2 C d CJ 0cI 1 CC UW wc 2 0ed t jJ 0w20rJCUu q IVI rJ1 I d r= mystice t9siSitR9LLirillwC Y+ 74lrs J 2 JD71T i II- K WANTED r E f- TO CONTRACT FOR ELM LOGS LOADED ON GARS AT MILKMAN r ATV1i S A aCC- Lti m LION CITY PENN I 4 0