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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p z 8 E- f t If A 5 or j c I Q COURIERrI i fti J t r f f n OLDEST NEB PAPEP IN ASTERN KENTUCKYJ l 0 A ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMANI FULTON COUNJif KY MARCH 13 19O3 VOL XXXVIII NO 11J T rjtirI 1 t r4i1 u rr r Our Mrt P Ellison is now in the large citjes Juyihg nevv 1 1 iL Spring Stockt 4vj J0 4 J l O1f O IL f S I 1tSI ry Goods Millinery I Etc 1 L 1 i J Pull partic lots of our offerings in these lines will appear in nekt i weeks paper A A Few Grocery Specials For Another WeeK j f Royal Boquet t11 High Patent for37S 1 F I E1 20 k aanu1to llaar 3 1 1 l 1 i 4 121k1 Routoi CoffsB JLOO A lineiI i 1 t JtJ Z f I 1It IorbarI 3 Oh10 r ror New York Early Rose jI i 1 i White T1w a cl ti i 0 Ci= I II P= t I Gt C1J I t I I f aItA t tow Prices i I Ir D J ii I ii J iiJTI WANTED 4 t A1 100000 Dozen Eggs i i it 10000 Dozen Poultry CF ALL IiJD4 WILL PAY THE iCAS1IPC3 mum S12EcIigANfiIItE CO I q I MISSISSIPPI STILL BOOMING- CARIiTHERSVILLE LEVEE CAVING IN THE LATEST aiieohi levee at Curulhersviilc iiM0 the greatest danger pscut- Libw the Missisbippi a mile and a tcaving1lltei cuuntryNirltlt afld11thY tame is nearly impossible no grains ruiminglii and out of Ca jjgjttiiursvillu because ol Hooded Ircks 1the Mississippi river at Hick pwan is ou a big rampage andatI Mis iidpoint almost rice a sea the hi1ti water mark will likely itIowsI rl btenliedlucre and Charleston are nearlyl all almostrI jtHtikmau iis under hater and many tot the l outFrsiil thefldare likely to salter much more Muchstockformers are all moving out of the bottoms for safety They are thrcatcnIwill be many weeks before the laidII craterrsiwuldHugi suffered from the high waters the farmers near hear being unable f ftojget to town to do their shopping A vast amount of business iu the bottoms comes to Hickman IRailwayCr beingTri1eauqf t 1I1tOijI1Uwlusej ol the depot in the city and i ii trains are now stopping at tilt l 1 11l11 tofuudAgentTrnte opened a station in a box car 1tvherc the old depot stood andI train orders will he received there and all passengers will be hauled there The N C fr St L has also been iciueti to change the route ot freight going to St Louis byway of the Missouri Pacific 1 he shipments are being tempor of Columbus llvrO it R by the Steamer St Louis to Belmont3 and this his bet n temporarily abandon MENGEL ABOUT 7500000 ilic contract for tin new Jeiifjel I box plant will le lei this weik nut theierection of KUDO will liegiu 16 soon iwv jio siblc Tlu now jI1 mr iiuuaddition to the priwain one nod will bo known ms a VaneeritiK larlory Tlw plant wilt uianufacliire j uin anti elm Yaneersoily for tobacoo boxen Mr1 lIeu el UvciUwl tils wtok to build it mncli JJrjtr than lirst pluuicd and it will cost alout icOO xhPn com plot id TlnTe is lu lit mIr Ii2 000 toot ot frain jug lunibr in it nest it will lho erected near the pr sout Bruce Hx Factory The prespnt factory w wndnfttMl dada tho nblo iiiuni onHnl of laude SValker win will aUO in make thi bury ipluii The pr c iit factory onlyI iiiaket ltIs and liratlinK old Choir inoniHy CA YCEIII It rains nH the t imf and we Ihave nothing except mud mad c at1Rhoof51ViIlr and broke his ler The Aloxandor and olding will take plaio at Ehen ozer ohuroh 080 noloclc Thurs day ovcnJnir nfrtrtainetletfi select party last Sarurday eve another lunch piety Dr Naillins of Union OilyV vas in to ale1rIVnunons Born on the 10th to llr and lIrs Jim Thomas ia boy Ax OrD SUDSCRiIIER f STRAYED OU STOLEN on p oI uiKrks or brands JjJiCSI 3AUSiiFI- at ed The uual schedules are being operated by the Lolumbus route The Mengel Box Factory infWest Hnkman and the Richmond Bond Cotton Oil Company have been forced to shut down on ac count of the water being all over buildingsMunager concern says the damage will amount to many hundred dollars besides the lossof time The Richmond Bond Company will also be heavy losers by loss of time Reports from all upand down distressingEven of river authorities are thoroughly aroused to the that attaches to the rise and the next few days will mark a condition of ccaselesss activityall up and down valleyAt Mo the town is under two feet of water according to accounts here busi ness there is on a standstill and the people are certain to suffer serious loss Thai rise of the White river in Ai kansas is regarded by oldriver men as offering one of time most serious phases of the flood situation They say that the great rise has odded an element of danger usually lacking in floods on the Mississippi and they fear that the levees much as thty have been improved in the last five years may not stand the new strain The river below Cairo is run ning over the Iron Mountain tracks aud within oniy a few inches of the Cotton Belt tracks The entire section is underwater The water has backed in behind the levee at entire country between the river and Charleston is fast being sub merged j Reports from Belmont say the IjBnjyrr platgjg unjer vateratnI the situation is gradually be oraing worseMound City Ill is having some trouble with the raging waters and the big rainfall The upper end of the ton is flooded on accoun of the drainage pump for that part of town breaking down The Keutu ky country opposite Cairo is Under water for several1 miles back und a large part of the Paducah branch of the Illinois Central tracks is washedout The old rivermen of Hickraan fear the lined will be greater than ever before NEW BOX PLANT WILL COST Cnnrpbell C1yctcl1 significance Norfolkand pay roll for salary and timber Is aba i putintopaid out monthly all of which goes into HictcmanlhuThu bnildinj will be one of the largest of the entire 1engel concerns and will employ a large force of hands Hickuiau is fast gaining a reputation as a inannfnctnriug center on account of the good timber and Hhippiug facili tits and several other big enterprises are figuring on coming here this sum mer A Commercial Club will be organized next week and the advantages of the city will be placed before the public and big efforts made to induce more business concerns to locate here SPRING GOODS HICI3f AN MERCHANTS HAVE BIG INDUCEMENTS FOR TRADE Tho merchants have about all return ed from the markets and spring goods are now urrlion every train R boat 1liM sor s say beginning to show evidence nt z1 ring Goods in alt Hues ar piling ill nun the counters cos and sitch r are fe 1 f sfringftututosund snbitatti tll iiiiTciKiDtlio Corn tile dry good mOil will iivt till regular sprius opening ami the usual pretty displays will bo uia Ttt- I I I I Hick man merchauiB have the ndvan lace of merchants in al nearby that Their freight rates arc much cheaper and they can therefore sell much lower rite Hickman merchants tl- spring is have better inducements to offer the public than ever before Rtied their ads lo the hurter t ti j c 1 COMPARATIVE FIGURES d I People who are studying alwaysanxious followingfurnished 10 yesterdaystagesincities mentioned 1882 At Ciaro 518 on February 25 at Memphis 328 on April 3J at Helena 472 on March 9 1883At Cairo 522 on February 26 at Memphis 348on March 7 at Helena 47 on March 9 1884 At Cairo 518 on February 21 at Memphis 342 on March 1 and 2 1atHelena 47 on March 26 1890At Cairo 488 on March 12 1 at Memphis 352 on March 15 jat Helena 477 on March 28 QIfAprilon May 2 1 at Helena 451 on June 14 1893At Cairo 493 on May 6 1 at Memphis 352 on May 15 j at Helena 425 on May 6 A on1Iarchon March 7 1 at Helena 518 on April 4- 1898At Cairo 498 on April 6 at Memphis 373 on April 12 at Helena 491 on April 17 v These figures show l hat the stage here has already exceeded the flood year of 1882 1884 and 1892 and aqualledtl10S rriBr ldlJT oAprollthe high figures recorded in 1897 and 1898 and there are those who believe thatrall previous records will be fewtdays JORDAN Hello Mr Editor Whats L the trouble down there Did x you decide last week to cut Jor sendinghernot going to retaliate but will youknoand hope these few lines will find you enjoying the same bless ing Business of all kinds is dull here just now Dar Phelps spent a few days at Jordan tliis week guest of Mrs Erwin hasbeen t was summoned home a few days ago on account of the illness of his sister Mrs Shuck She is improving now and he hopes soon to return UnionIvCityIro0 Mrs Henry Emerson has been ill several davs t ofUnionday Mrs Al Alexander ImsMjceiij on the sick list a few days siiicQ our last writing hut sluTis able tllillnd O B Kerlin claims to be first this senronwHh lettuce ready for thiseweek Mr Burton of St Louis Was at Jordan Monday in the interest of EvansSnjderBuel Live Stock Co X Bns I Tile Embroulerr Club was delight fully entertained at the home of Mrs Ernest Johnson last Friday The Chili will meet with Mrs J M Habbtrd thfa illt8t HtiQnc s ttfri it tr I f a 11 d f 4 j AI 8 tt 1 t THE HICKMAN COURIER MRS GEO WARREN Prop THOS H LOVELACE Editor and Manager HIOKMAN KY MAR 13 1903 1 A r ANNOUNCEMENTSI S CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to annotinc W P LEE as a candidate for theOice of Circuit Judge of this Judicial District E Subject to the Action of the i Democratic Party v We are authorized to announce R J t Huge as a candidate for the office of Circuit Judge of this Judicial Dis trict Subject to the action of the Democratic Party CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to announce J W MORRIS a candidate for reelection to v the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton County subject to the action k of the Democratic party- COMMONWELLTs ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce Harry J MOORMAN as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of this district subject to the action of the Democratic partyR- AILROAD ill COMMISSIONER Wo are authorized to announce Senator Me D Ferguson of Paducah as a t 1 RailroadrCommissioner to represent the thetaction of the Democratic Primary May 9 1003 We are authorized to announce Judge o J Fletcher Dempsey of Madisonville as a candidate for the office of Rail road Commissioner to represent the 4 First District of Kentucky subject I to the action of the Democratic Pri inary May I 91903STATE Ibereby announce myself as a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action ot the Democratic state primary to be held May 9 1903 HENRY BOSWORTH of Lexington Fayette County Hon Henry Bosworth It is a pleasurn for us to bring before the public the lama of such a noble Democrat J as Hob Henry Bosworth of Lexington Fayette county as a candidate for the office of State Treasurer He is a Democratic son of the old school and should be favored with the nominations sI asks the voters to consider his eandidacy in the primary election on- t May OJ this year Mr Bosworth is a lion hearted Democrat and is as brave and fearless as they make them He has always been in the Democratic Tanks and always at the froutin battles He in tha exsheriff of Fayette county J and was an intimate friend of the late William Goebel and was always selected by Goebel as his Lieutenant in the time of trouble in the Democratic ranks When Gov Goebel fell he looked at his beloved leader tears streaming from his eyes ifcen with the same determination that always characterizes r him as a man of power and decision ho began to hunt for the assassins ofCthe noble dead Those were times that really tried mens soulswhe to be an active aggressive Democrat in and around Frankfort meant to walk in constant peril of the assassins deadly bullet Jfr Bosworth was a man for the time and when the arch conspirator Caleb Powers had eluded the officers atFrank fort and was fleeing to the mountains t t where ho would have forever been sate 5 as is his brother Johnjt it was then that the sheriff at the head of his deputies marched into the car and in face of assassins protectors of assassins and what seemed certain death dragged Powers and Capt Davis out and lauded them in the Fayette county jnil thus making the arrest of the archfiend and instigator of the darkest and most damnable conspiracy of which American history holds on record For these arrests he was offered SlGOO which be refused and answered 1 only regret thatI cannot and have not done more to aveuge the death of my friend the friend of tho people Such nets as these are rare and make men heroes Mr Bosworth is a man of high moral character and intellect and one of the brightest men in the Stole He has a w record that is above reproach and he modestly asks the voters to nominate him aa their State Treasurer and the Couri predicts that they will make no mistake in choosing him fGovernor Beokham Governor Beckhain has acted wisely r in declining to accept the invitation tow meet Breckenridgo fiudliexdrick on the stamp Such a procedure would only t g mean a personal attack on each candi i v idate and thereal issue would be frozen A out The opponents of Gov Beckhain 4t have failed to substantiate any accusa 7tt I t i I J I t tibi they have made against the record and udmistralipn of Goy Beokham n d- Ills actions are commendable Few men at the age of thirty could accomplish what flow Beckham has By the deatn ot Goy Goebol the ox ecutive chair Tits left to him a young man just entering public lire He accepted the place with the dignity of a man ot three centuries and has con ducted the State in a most satisfactory and creditable manner From a storm of trouble and a disgraced State he has once more brought grand old Kentucky to the front with a spotless record Peace and happiness now reign where terror and lawlessness reigned whoa lie took the chair Harmony has been restored in the Democraeic ranks and tie state is in a splendid financial condition a man of sixty could not accomplish more He is a Democrat of the unterrified type one who will not be dictated to by a gang of thieves who want to run the state for their own private gain He has turned down a gang like this and is trying to maintain the States good reputation and should be indorsed by the people A low fel lows have started out to fight him be cause they cant secure control and rob the state as they have done other things Then Governor Heoklmm favors a primary and the rest are against it This is a merit alone that should gain favor A primary is the will of the people and a convention a gateway of the politician who can commit fraud and nominate whom they choose The apponentd are yelling fraud in a priI mary There can be no tudins primary and all that talk is bosh Gov Beckham is willing to submit his claims directly before the people and let them decide who they want as their governor and if defeated he will JowI gracefully to the will of the people and not bolt and disrupt the party iif he is supportIworking for the states good cause All Should Resign We have been informed that dissatis faction still exists in this Hickman County Democratic Committee and the people over the county are growing tired ol a continual E 11abbll JjotwennTT two factions of the same people who represent the same good cause Democracy Good Democrats are becoming dis satisfied and disgusted and are pulling away from Democracy and are joining the Republican ranks Some have split and bolted and will not return to our fold again just because they dont like the rulings of the Committee There is just one way that this squabble can be settled and it should be done at once to restore perfect harmony Hickman and Fulton Counties are normally two of the best Democratic counties in the state but there has been some discord lately and now is the time to settle it The two contending chairman and the committeemen from each precinct of Hickman county should all resign and an election hold all over the county and entirely new men put in or if the same oifes are wanted let the people choose whom they want Urge every voter to come out and cast his vote for a committe man and then let the committee choose a chairman We are sure that every present member of both factions will be willing to do this and harmony will never prevail until this is done The editor of the Courier is always for harmony in the party regardless of tJacynreWhat Others Think Henry M Hosorthof Fayette county better known as Genial lieu ry is a candidate for the office of State Treasurer subject to the action May9thtioned ability and unswerving loyalty to Democratic principles count for anything then ho should receive an overwhelming majority Though an active worker in the Democratic party since ho reached his majority Mr Bosworth has never held ottico but once He was elected Sheriff of Fayetto conuty in 1897 when the Democratic ticket was opposed by a fusion ticket resulting in one of the fiercest political battles ever waged in the State of Kentucky During his term of office aa sheriff Mr Busworth assisted by a most efficient set of deputies performed the duties devolving upon him with signal abili ties and marked success At all times courteous and affable yet uncompro mixing when it came to the protection of the peoples interest and collection moneyWithfaithful under all circumstances to the Democratic party its platform and its nominees loyal to his friends evonUnto a fault wo cannot see how any Demo crat could hesitate not only to vote for but to use his influence for Henry M Bosworth for trio office of State Tress urer =Lexington Daily Democrat r MasterIWhatstrong enough to master tin c Lir ttffor strong drink Some hard try tu rt ts G the temptation but after it oucelfe cornea a thorough muster it seldom re taxes sod gives way to the good1f I Crone of Mnvflold is u t mpernuc lecturer of good faith andit brmtII mind lie goes about doing ununes many to fuUow in a better ufTbi lIe is a brilliant young man r know personally that ho trios Rl1dl retain his ftmedoui from he was once an inebriate and u y14m1f j I and it seems that no matter how lllthe trios it will occasionally muster hun He was found a few days ago in Jltm I pills iu an intoxicated condition nndpi is heart rendering to see how hotrtjj to let it alone and cantrI Commercial Club Hickman is now sadly in need ola Commercial Club to push the eltyjttq the front The city is now growing rapidly and has more substantial a manufacturing concerns than any otner town near hero but we need a aoini martial Club to advertize aod show inp the advantageous inducements that arq phoned to business concerns Utheif towns have clubs and are profiting by them Many of the citizens have asked us to call a meeting of the citizens for next Tuesday night at the City Hall Lot every enterprising citizen bo present A and bring a friend along and lets build up Hickman j Of all the candidates for state ofllce- sthat have visited Hickmau none hare made u more favorable impression audj met with such a hospitable reception aa did Hon Henry Bosworth candidate for State Treasurer and you Hubert tl Vreeland the popular young candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture in their visit hero last Friday They v reassured the hearty support of everyone they met They are excellaut men and will make the state valuable officers They will doubtless win the nomination easily Hon Hubert Yreoland present Assk Commissioner Agriculture is makfng Y the race for Commissioner of Agricul ture and the man who comes out of thea primary May 9th with one vote ahead of him will be the nominee Mr glee land is a sterling Democrat and is Ttal ways found at the holm fighting ifor Democracy His candidacy is mectfhg with favorable comment all overThe state He is familiar with all the duties of the office and is aggressive oh all the important Issues of the position auTt K the right man to fill the place t t The national house has exorcised arbitrary power in unseating James J Butler of Missouri and exercised it in an unlawful way The outrage could not have been accomplished if the speaker of the house had not violated all established parlimeutary usage The effect of the decision is to give Mr Butlers opponent a salary for the ses sion just closing in which ho has per formed no service No sort of steal is too little for republicanism of today Indianapolis Sentinel We notice in the Associated Press dispatches that our old friends the Crown Prince of Germany and inn sister are visiting in Cairo Egypt for a few days We lire certainly glad to hear that they are able to be up and about We feared they were IlL We hope the Associated Press will keep usI posted tally on their movements for ware exceedingly anxious about them Fulton County has a sheriff that the people should be proud of lie is uu tiring in his efforts to get the county iiu splendid financial condition by urging and forcing the collection of taxes His record us a peace officer is aleo commendable lIe is always on the alert to catch the offenders of the lawS s Capt Ed Porter Thompson that gallant old Confederate has passed1 away at Frankfort At the tune of hif death Ill was engaged on a history pfr the Orphan Brigade and was collecting the names of all Kentucky soldiers Iin the j tlljtll thlDeHis record iis above censure and HA ut pure Democrat none are bettor He is a candittoto for State TreasurerLL The appouenta of Gov Beckharn cannot substantial any charges they havo m the against that only that Hfc favored a primary and everybody iis fo him 1rheon that account i nI are unable to Und anything against hif administration and their charges hte all fulling flat Coy Beckhain will win easily j Now that the eligibility of Uot ti1courtsreliably against his candidacy JS Henry Bos worth is a fine fellow aidI should receive the uomi nation for Statr Treasurer He is a Democrat of theo d schooltt j 11 p J u UHIj Rimoti UolivtT linckuer ays Governor i lrrkhau w not eligible for reelection i 1ft ttttfo it Yonder when JIl1t Keno wJ1 It is reporusl ihii x AVunlvr iDCboe will Mnr u lttpuuscan pl T lI Marion wiliin a v 01 r I aooo CAM FORM A 3Jiooo kesttwillI gjjnruh at ahuve rate from all malli MildII oupoij points on the Mobile rul ift II St Louie to Meridian IIlfln uik yonr home agent or write lIno MIi Beitl A G PA St Louis fur fun iihforuiution If Well Again H The many friend of John Blount ill be pleased to learn that hn has eti ftirely recovered from his attack of rheu Balmcuredtown Jouoii Iud hind failed to give painwhich byTSwaynoWakeful Children For a long time tho two year old child of Mr P L JcPher on 59 N Tenth St Harrisburg Pa would sleep but two or throe hours in the early part of the night which made it very hard for her parents Her mother concluded that the child had stomach trouble and gave her half of ono orChamber Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of those Tablets haye affected a porma neut cure and she is now well and strong For sale by 1 T SWAYJJK STKAYEI OR hTOLUS Strayed from my home in Lake county one bay mare with boll on and collar of boll made of bolt white lund foot large ankle about 12 years old one bay mare mule seven years old ugly mule hump on back raised in Graves county Any information notify II Ur W RAY Ht Cronouyille Lake Countyfenn- atraf1tiotice Taken up as a stray by C A Kimbro y mile South cast of Harmony Church in Fulton county Ky one white cow about 4 years old horns medium length no marks or brands and appraised by H W Brown at 312 IFitness my hand this Jarcn i lJ03 T W WILLIAMS P P C A Copy Attest- S D LaTE Clerk By C A PrnmY D C dL To Whom It May Concern I wish to notify the public that Rich ard Pate has loft my house and is no longer under my control Vnd I am not responsible for his actions or indebtedness hereafter This Feb 24 1903 MRS E A THOMAS f27 4t Cnyce Ky TRY Weeks Break up a Gold TABLETS If they fail to break up a cold we will refund your money Cowgitt Sf CowJeill DRUGGISTS DRS K DA VIDSON nentistHIOKMAN KENTUOKV OCBce over Oowgill 007dil Ural store u RA JACKSONjVTTOJIK33V ATI VAV- HICKMAN KENTUCKY Will do a general practice in Kentucky Special attention given to collections IIIIJOHN RIMWOOD i cte t l GtxCo ies1- D stetisbrisk a stand East Hickan I t Keeps all kinds of Groceries and eiI I i I BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS J J A SPECIALTY I Delivered Telephone Free No 891 1GoodsI CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are hereto stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please yan thin we old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL OROWEIX CHEAP RATES TO TEXAS On tho first and third Tuesday of each month the Cotton pelt will sell round trip tickets to Texas Arkansas Louisaua Oklahoma and Indian Terri tory at one fare plus 200 for the round trip Tickets wilt bo limited to three weeks for return and will allow stop ewers on the going trip For full par tienlars and for handsome illustrated Southwestaand Through Texas with n Camera write to W O Pesler Dist Pass Agt JJ07 Main Street Memphis Tennessee LOW HATES To The Northwest During February and March ono way second class colonist tickets will be sold daily at very low rates from coupon stations of tho Mobile and Ohio R R tto points in Oregon Washington flirltish Columbia Montana and Idaho Usk your home agent or write Jnoli iBealUA G P A2tSt Louts for full particulars C Pv f- hots y rIl+ 1 iip j 01 Wl S7 = r ie ISPRIN8SdbODS We are ivueiviug New Goods every lay NKV UNE LACESt and a IJ Jij BilO IDE RIESk PERCALE GINGHAMSa DUCKS JUAPRAS andCALICOIDtT- he handsomest line of x11 BlIipE CCDE- ver shown in Iliokman FLOOR M4TTII1QSV Dont fail to soe our new 1Eattings All l1ev patternst7 MEWS 5 LZE3- I5O w i SHOES y are tho best fh hrew Spring line just received IIBaltzer Bodds I r 1 J u II 0 Cc J i f 1 S f 0 COTTON SEED MEAL m HULL11 BEST AND CHEAPEST Feed For rr- tt1 r tCATTLEi r 7o- Ai j MKAI IN 100 Ib SAOICS UOH ULLS LOOSE 25c vibe lOOlbs ASK US ABOrT IT 02 RICWiOND A BONBGO f- lllCICJftN C 1 v liEXTUCKV Day PhoueNo 7 Night Phone No 60 r L FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANKai QlintQc b t2 Rio u n i Absolute Safety is tIle Basis Thai we offer to depositors Other illiv duceincnts hits of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage J A THOMPSdSCiisiiiei H BUCHANAN President xxo DIRECTORS J J HIPEKItw Subscribe for the iout ierS1 in advancet rF 0 Waalso m ik9 a speci lfY ofrJJ Wt0i k c tj e 2 At PUBLIC SALE I WILL ON Tuesday March 17 1903SE- LL AT PUBLIC SALE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER ALL 2I Y STOCK INCLUDINGI 2 Horses and 6 Mules 12 Head of Cattle 30 Hogs Farming Implements House hold and Kitchen Furniture This sale1 ogVagonTerms win be tutors known on day of sale which will take place at 8 oclock 1 Mile NorthUh Woodland NUlls ON THE N C 81 L R Y J W MaddoxState 1y 1 wow FOR I j I I For Springs newest fancies in all the various J lines this store offers You n feel weve made most liberal selections that weve well anticipated the spring furniture nee lsai certainly you 11 ap l I prove the good values for every buyer naturnl1yII wants their money to go farthest wants best for littlest price In our spring stocknow full and I complete with all the various furniture require mentsyoull find the kinds of values that lure up with most economical buying That March brings 3Tou royal values youll believe from these i I OAK BEDS full widths 250 JAPANNED STEEL SPRINGSfirst Class 2I COTTON TOP MATTRESS 150 BEST FELT MATTRES 65- 0X STEPHENS GILL I IF YOU WANT TO I I v 0 I I E3U CR SELL I d i A= i FARM LAND HOUSE OR LOT I I jI 0 1T I B T DAVIS 999 AT ORNEYAfLAV HICKMAN KENTUCKY tI iI r JF i j iLiii III ENBQWS n- I I lII CHAPPED HANDSF- ADE 11 l AND LIPS VASELINE I Plain Camphorated Carbo i 1 I YerfuniediiI i Also nn tho best Cough Cures on1j the uiarkrt I 8 WA YNE I truggibtI7 r ru 1I Ia CaskC Book Store fff I SplenI lid Selection of J NEW BOOKS 11- STATOflEflYf 1 NOTIONS Call and spa our Stock11vlr thing up to date MARY HKKKNDKS Co GARUTHERS I BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY i FRESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trailing stamps with every lOc cash purchase CLINTON STREE1 HIOKMAX KENfUCKY Tolnnhono Number JK Your Mows Wonn I will sell you any old day goods as CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST And that of the B75RT GRADES A tPpl Range for 1998 Steel Cciolc witli rdSr ervoir for 1600 Cups and Saucers from 40 to Havliu China 5250 Ii 1 tt- I carry in stock seeds towit Clover Irish Potatoes Onions and Garden Seeds of all kinds I also carry a large stock of BEST WIRE FENCE The world affords ffAll in one piece E E REEVES Hickuiau Ky lF OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY Give me a trial when you want hack smithing done or Repairing Wagons c Horseshoeing a specialty I also keep n full line o- fUndtrtakirs4 I I Hiids4 It Common Rosewood and Solid Black a Walnut Collins and Caskets which can j be fitted up on short notice and at rea suitable prices Give me a trial rhop near the jail KEII IT TIIROWJH i Itin IIcadllnestj Tn till an eighteenth century phrase Utl4 in uu uVr true tale Having happened in the winter of 1002 U is a story very much of tho present Up ton hort time ago MM John E Harmon of 1elfa Station Va had no personal propeICough 5 LstHt January she surd my boby took a dreadful cold aud at one time ftented t+ ho would have pneumonia bat j ono of uiy neighbors told me how this remedy hud cured her little boy and 1 begau giving it to my baby at once and lit POOH cured her I heartily thank the coull1jtcmed cureImy cannot recotnnte it too highly or say too much in its M tryitsnlo by T T Swayne f ERJ O STTTBBS 4XfJc OFFICE OVER HOLCOMBES DRUG STOW jf t ii- s E r J lTyrIT I I l FUNNY fyfikES 1vfiUhlirtlr inifnhcy ofHIezekiah placefdistrict neverIKeard the toot ofa locomo- tIve and the napkin was a stranger Hezekiah in his youthran barefooted 11 months in the year and coon ineat was the richest thing in the shape of diet that ever tickled his gastronomies Up co the time he was25no barer had had the opportunity ioancestortriilmed 0Jthought and trimming the lair oil round the edge of the milk receptacle About that time Hezekiah came in to possession of the ancestral acres together with a razor pack sow and seven pigs thati looked as if they could chase a grub worm into a hole and root it out of its nest For 10 onlherazorback coon andcorn pone But one day some prospectors came along and onHezekiahsuncoveredjackthatA month after that HezeJi ah soldout for half a million dollars which he was finally persuaded to salt down in government bonds Then Hezekiah was persuaded to travel and see the world He took his family and went to the station where the covered cars were and started for the city He had sonic distant relatives in the cif who had never paid any attention to 1iiim previously but idyls they learned that he hadtHalf million of the long free n they concluded that it might be a good thing to smuggle up to him a bit Therefore his city invited him and his family to make them a visit and then they commenced to work the family into shape The workover went in pretty fair shape all things consid erect on the children and even Hezekiahs wife go used to city harness in short time but Hezekiah found that his days were full of trouble His shoes made him feel uncomfortable an he used to steal away all take them off and rub hi chilblains in solitude The dress suit seemed to gall him under the arms and his collar was an abomination Be fore a month he commenced to pine away and at the end of the second month told hi wife that she might stay there if she wanted to bu that he intended to hike out for Arkansaw next morning He said that he had sent word to a carpenter to put up n slam bang house down by where they used to liv and that he reckoned they they could live in style iinJ Arkansaw as well as in St Louis And Hezekiah went A year aftel that a traveler stoppedat the mansion of Hezekiah Jones and found him sitting on the frontI porch barefooted and smoking a clay pipe He wore a hickory shirt unbuttoned at tobaccr0 stains on the frontrIIitalt stranger and come torsai Hezekiah i Weuns are go in to hsv the bangupdist dinner you ever see in bout half an hour The con bread is abakin1 an the coon was mighty near done roasted Como in an eat Youall look as if you he been livin with them city folks Poor creturs they just nacherly dont her a partical uv enjoyment in il tfF t1 I ten PT1 1o r FhiI i rJfr life They hev tb wear shoes the 1ml year lotihi1nil tlibnever tasted c5Jn bfead or roast coon Moral It is mighty hard to get away from your early raising Of course says Mayor Dillon most of these extrava gant stories we read or hear about the stingiest man are only fabrications but here is one that actually came to pass right here in Hickman It is therefore no chestnut A man brought ini a basket of eggs to market and sold them to one of our most liberal dealel9rfhe total value of the eggs was 105counting a half dozen cracked and broken ones which he insisted the mer chant could use on the home table He took trade to the amount of 101 and wanted the balance of 4 cents in cash The merchant cheerfully counted out 4 pennies which as it happenedwere all he had in the till One of thorn was plugged and the fellow made a roar about that The dealer offered to accept the mutilated coin in payment of goods at any time buc still he wasnt sat isfied Finally he compro mised by accepting scent article in exchange for the four coppers A number of amused spectators were pres ent and the dealer exchanged significant smiles with his olerk probably thinking of the profit they made on the dealbut the skinflint never caught on He seemed to have the air of a shrewd fel low who had frustrated di abolical scheme to defraud him This happened in one SaturdaynWe dont know the fellows name or we might publish the same as it is unlikely that he will ever read this unless he borrows his neigh onesought to tell him of it NEWS IN GENERAL During the two sessions of the Fiftyseventh Congress 18420 bjlls and resolutions were intro duced in the House and 8480 of ontaEight new wells have been completed in the Knox county oilfield Throe miners were crushed to Kilgored I slatea i I haysI as a re sult of high water below i Ill AltonII George Cooper was killed at Chicago while wrestling by fall flit on the back of his neck a longshankedcollar button pene columnsJames II Blount diet at hi congerttioif0f the lungs He served twenty years in Congress and was Commissioner Paramount to the Hawaiian Islands during Clevelands second term Ii ONEeThere was somebody who never did anything to make anybody else happy There was somebody who never lost an opportunity to say a sar castic word that would wgund the feelings of someone j There was somebody who alIII tsaingst tI I Y1ThereI ways said harsh and cruel words iiII about those whom they were lac j i to believe were their friends j fdwaydlI j have a kind word for everybody who always do good acts who always throw sunshinn along lifes pathway who are always belove- by everybody Are you tha person I heal testate I am now located orerHolcotnbe estadmu sire time and lioney by seeing me will handle your property at a reaso able price and will continue to sell on commission as I have in the past other report to the contrary notwithstanding I J W RONIfT v w 4J = 4NIrr1 I t 1iijk r DOINGS AT HtMtoftTt T LliSTATEOUT OF WAtt CLAIM Frankfort KyMarch 10The State Sinking Fund Commission having the disposition ot the warclaim money col lected from the United States Govern moot by QoV Beckham has authorized the purchase of the million dollars worth of bonds of tho State now out standing if thcso bonds can be pur chusedat n fair market price Owing to the snort time in which they hove to run being due in 1005 and 1007 it js expected that they can be purchased at par or just a trifle above par The money is now in the Farmers Bunk of Kentucky to the credit of Gov Beckham to whom the checks were made payable The Sinking Fund Commission will first order the money placed in the current expense fund of the State Treasury and transfer it to the Staking Fund It is understood that the commission will be unanimous as to applying the money to the pur chase of the bond Thes bonds are doubtless widely scattered dad will have to be advertised for t Frankfort Ky March 10ln an pinion delivered in a suit of Lockhard against tho Asher Lumber Company Judge Cochran declared to be void all patents on Kentucky lands which in lude more than 200 acres The decision is of much importance ONE ON THE I IC A good joke is going the rounds on the L C Railroad The I C people are the most liberal of anv road in America and the- folowing is in rebar A to their Ii passesAs thro the crowded coaches every man pulled a pass except one old white haired diecrept man who alongtheman wore a handmedown snit ofclothes which was more or less frayed in places but he went down into his pocket and pulled a ticket that had been paid for with the coin of his country When the old man observed that every other man in the car rode on a pass excepthimself he lean ed his head on his hands and burst into tears What seems to be the matter old man7 asked the conductor Well sid the old man his voice breaking with sobsHI hate to think uv a great enterprise like this sinking into ruin anddecay What do you mean asked the conductor Wellsaid the agedcitizen Im getting to be an old man In a few years Ill hev to go Jseem to be the unly man who IB puttin up any money to support this road but I cant support the blamed thing moren a yearsImore at best an then what will become uv it is what I want to know Im the only man left in these parts it seems who isnt ridin on a pass Iam willin to continue to hold this road up as long as I kin but the debt uv nature must be paid before lout figureitpcleftsupport ST1UY NOTICE Jacksoulivingmiles Southeast of Hickman Ky andon the Author King farm one black and white spotted heifer about 12 mouths andsat 300 by Al Thomas Given under my hand this the 24tb day of Jan 1S03 1111 KEAUBY J F O A Copy attest sD LUTJCNT Clerk STKAV NOTICE Roperliving Wez1tIHickman road in Fulton County Ky one red and white spotted steer about 18 months old and valve at 810 by D F Morgan also one red muley steer about 1 year old and valued by slime parties at 0 Given under my hand tUis Jan 31903 I 11 J11 KEARBV J F C O A copy attest S 1LUTKv clerk LOW KATE To Tile Xerthwent- I1During VBytlo1dIcouponI IdaholfulljCHEAP RATEM TO TEXAS On the first aud third Tuesday of selldAtkanrast tory at one taro plus 1200 for tho round trip Tickets will be limited to three weeks for return and will allow atop pltrUcnla1J3ontbavestyCameraIAgtn I Memphis Temaeaaee RE Reeves has the best wire fence the world affords it u made all in ode piece HfekmiK r II Y o 21iTTii f 1 d i 4 w s WAIJI III HJifJll Ll jIJfIlV r3Vtrtffi 0t stttiiW is C bnsl1irttWlitlJ isii 1letYstfbiirJrliltlk i hilIt i telleft 9rtZ= Q4aY- t3ti gE hitWllilf1th i nmt deg into1 t1loatoTMitiTis lfWEtt t4 tnr i bwnatifl llifcrogew f rhei real losss is the nitrlgei ttsa thba nfrboit 1 olil retarnvtbxhctericl l ours f roitf ivllehe tfifrtlmtllt rnlJJ- YPhi4e l 111 wtiflltt1btHaTJlittO Ii tt atetfttOTftUS iftonrtthetr5rvti some of it is derived by the plant fromlJru 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trotting famih f apec JfftS1 frP He is a notrJJj ilQ jfastjigain u dlev l leaded race horses a Hei1 braets Iflirg a d strong Alfred Gisall cltrlbrownHors 4 colprl31iancls hick weichs lloO DoundpL fef ct j f I I oreII Oi 1Atocml n ss horse world lfrBltGl will milk the season of 1908 at my Oak wood Farm 3r4 Inilel S- easttt is1tilal11Kr 3oilhe State Road at the loFs fe 2500 to insure foalh ifiL5 4 kJ 5 Ias 1r11 rtesr 1t 3- AIIIRI hnwfJrefQ1Hled If mare ds 11 11 jj- iiAN RCII t Ii irAt1 ol1tYuHndJlil14st is a re i stere d Black lll o hie IS by- t IJ1 PORf1EDtREJ30lfflllS Jack wls said by soli o c i f lluldle ltnr Inosi i l1BYH f llti1k that IIttltit wn P p tars le took c tlloen l iu at I u asks 1lHlnr tovel a big twI fIrieaIi hpsp is a pelr feet indiV lualJll hUls 1Iirit under the SUII leii1it I tfuuds ITc 1151- q Jllhe rli ta1 b n z JaJJP n1 see It1 = lses L s 11 ean IJ1hese wIll i11snake the season or If nybakwood Ii urn Ji1 rlt fI 1 man JyooUiitilie State Road TERMS + lOOHo insure 1111loq ffirr jJl Moncy vheJ1 11ale t1 elleitie111 is wlth fnal ffJ1COlrspoiiJe C 4III l ER PlOp IOJ ffn = r JDIIAIi I J I t J J iI l jHs h Siipdriorl Stbclvloftlie besti nirtfe toall kinds of Hardware wluahlsofferedatl 0 1rJRIQE nl11llth t Ucrj JOJrestthe InfrkptJnstHe rrI ri JII Jdjliiii I Iii ifii 1111l Ill =i + 4e 11 I a rnsnnlm fff1UL J qlfCtar 11JIJi 1Roorrt 1 i l i LitUpnl SI NTI n I A SrhC IT4 tt f 1t ji nmK BANKI i 11 IHZCK1 JSJ K-Yo1r I llII JI iuittI t f fC R 1lit c Paid II- ft Ill cJ t3 1oO I f SrSurplus and Und jyided Profits 20rttOW B Oi iaing1 ttR i 1Qlar snrpfuscornlig aiiK Jilenninr1 acfftJJT Board of irgtQrs theHickmJn lltlk blicit tho 110 a o t h1Il f t or tr trucnt curfIleht mt nn 3p1S1ttcr ftlA TJrt l t 1 1I J flanking In thodiIt J Hfht a i mrJ w f TOHfSQNPlsldpr s AMQLRGta1re I t t tIir = ii Ii I II iiI in I r Rtfdtbote Pricesi flhi6roceries0i- i l a n irr i i r T t1i ila i S 11Stapleirntls xthTloxvcst Unl IPFa9tOail nn 1i peat aui goods and cam I UiJI mr JIoqtt 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r v k fJPINKt1 I E Jt r ffAID 5 1 fr lfri jtr l At t r f r- BOYS =R 1j II9TLI A Dii f ifi SHOES i 1111 Leathers f f PEOPLENTHUSAST4G Over our guaranteed Patent Loather Shoes THE KIND TBCAT WEARS7 It pays to buy the best when the best is only 1 3 and 350The Pair f S Why pay othprt more for inferior qualities Wo guarantee ours I i GASH SHOE STORE i RICE NAYLOR A FAFElR FOR THE HOME of THE I Nashville Daily Newst The Best News Service The Best Market Reports The Best Society News Gets all the News and prints 1it Every day exempt Sunday 2 e per month 800 per year rA a A a o YOJ JIf V trVVdVJ r h rcm t t 1 iV J Relieves Instantly and Cures Quickly THROATCL t C OLP FRC iLIy SORE CHEST SWELLINGS and cU INFLAMMATIONS 1 Prevents Pncdnonla and PZccriay 4 IIT SOOTHES IT HEALS IT CURES r 230 COO ib 100 EOTTZ CS VT ATI4 OOOO TJirCOOIRTSt ivQA o16hV dLkhfdtAvtid v Ellison 11feicaI Tueuii- Ecuiui4iAiii ccI I ANIJFACTOKERS WFTIIK CKIKIIKATKIl Ii BE EKA WA 01iS The Courier is still being sent to any address for One Dollar per annum Vi cash in hand We are also giving i special attention to all kinds of Job iWork Our prices are low quality Considered 1 j 1 L f HOW WILD ANIMALS FIGHTI when tt UulTalo nun and Lions Qet Together the Battle In Te trifle In the pitched battles which some times take place between the great I carnivora and the largest and most powerful of the ox tribe the forces of animal courage desperation and bodily strength must be exhibited on a scale never elsewhere seen says a writer in Leslies Weekly Such coma bats do occur but have seldom been witnessed and still less frequently described Two or three lions sometimes combine in such an attack but from the marks seen on buffalo it is probable that sometimes there is a single combat for it can hardly be supposed that the buffalo could es capo from more than one lion The number of footpounds of energy put into such a struggle muss be something extraordinary The ef forts of a lion which can strike a mans aria from the shoulder and leave it hanging by a strip of skin or which can carry a cow over a high stockade endeavoring unsuccessfully in close grips to drag down or disable a buffalo bull must be on a gigantic scale and the strength which can shake him off and it is believed occasionally crush the lion after ward must be even more amazing A buffalo bull has been credited with engaging three lions in mortal com bat curd making a good fight before he was disabled by one of the lions hamstringing him by biting his legs from behind PATRIOTIC JURY ACQUITTED TJie Evidence Vu AKUliinC the lri ouer llul lie Rns a Flag Huber Magistrate Itranu relieved an otherwise dull grind in Yorkville police court the other day s ays the New York Mail and Express by telling a story to illustrate his opinion regarding the fairness of jury trial It wns in a western court said Judge Braiui and the defendant charged with the theft of sundry hams was Olearly guilty He had been seen by a dozen witnesses committing the theft the hams were found in his pussession and he didnt deny the charge Ills counsel already saw his client behind the bars and confined his remarks to this simple statement Gentlemen of the jury din deter mining your verdict 1 wish you to con sider one thing This defendant is a veteran of the Mexican war lleitwas who first rnied the American flag over Vera Cruz The defense rests its case Time district attorney pointed out that tho accused was dearly guilty and the judges charge wds against the prisoner but to the surprise of the court the jury returned a verdict of not guilty guiltyilgeYesfore flan but I may as well add that itslucky for the prisoner that lie was the first man to raise the American flag at Vera Cruz ROSE TREES AS SHIELDS Sweet Seemed lllonnoiu Hearer Protect Itathvntgnlnt SHOW tlriftM In lltniKury Rose trees have lLeer successfully employed as a protectionagainsr snowdrifts in southern Hungary railwaylutesn snow Numerous attempts were made to prevent this but it was not until hedges of Provence roses were plant ed that any really good results were obtained The trees were allowed to grow to a height of five or six feet and so successful did the experiment prove that more hedges were planted with the result that the lines were kept clear in the most severe weather where they would certainly have been blocked had it nut been for the rose trees A section of line a mile and a half long Vthich in former years was invariably blocked by snowdrifts was kept perfectly clear by a double row of rose hedges even in the abnormal winter of 1S87S These hedges average six feet in height and are about three feet in thickness In summer they are gayly green hearing roses ofn rich color and sweet fragrance while in winter they withstand the snowstorms which sweep over east ern Europe with blinding fury Went weeks Without Sleep George W Woodruff who for ninny years has been a puzzle to the med ical profession is dead at his home in Frankfort Ind Althoughin fair manylasdid not sleep for 75 days and nights although during that time many noted physicians became Interested in his case and gave him treatment It was a common thing for him to go a month without sleep Three Inches of Land Sold The smallest real estate deal ever consummated in Minneapolis Minn was effected the other day when the owners of the Donaldson Glass block purchased of P II Peterson a strip of land three inches wide by 120 feet long The price paid was 500 The transaction is also unique in that negotiation yers to perfect it Could Identify llts Hens A New York man painted the faces of his hens green and when one of them was stolen he had no difficulty in identifying it and causing the arrest of the thief Few modern de tectives would have thought ot such H scheme to punish dishonesty WATERTlItJa IJIeanIrely an wasdAUontheWateriocean Ii furnished ameans thathadthe formation ofwatery VaP r annul5ischnrge seavav to be 155000000 tonsand the quantity of that element in theseaslof the earth was estimated by 1000OOo000o00tonswhiclldm4ded s X00 years the raterTime ofusodium into the unifMail and Em B oftheciunftand magnesium in the son con stantly changing at a uniform rateon 1 oWiJ1g to the facts that in h-evte theblooofluJd was found which contained these elements in the same proportion aswhen their progenitors had left the thelahow long 3- I I vertebrates rhntth6 this fluid in these animals had neverh ri timeinmntiuce heredity PLAYED CARDS FOR THE LOOT K I fIlemlnlRcenue of One of the Vene10 suelaii Jtovolutiuun Related llby 3Ir lubouchere Fejy men in the world have had as varied an experience as Henry Labou chort the English publicist and writer sayathe Chicago Chronicle He has beenvin every part of the worldand has Massed through many scenes of ca citement and adventure He was Venezuela several years ago when inII of flit periodic revolutions was in progI re fand tints relates an incident that I fell tinder his notice A battle took place on the plazaII IonI myhotel0wIreIj put b flight and I was joined by my revolutionary friends keen from the fightf j later one of tIle fallen ministersl visitus andSaid he could show us whey 250000 silver dollars WJLTO hid den Ito was as good as Iris word antI pdt rihtis111 being stink by my friends ohedmnce to the comforting moral inIII the p1aceIte lint to ourselves it was prdpJDged to divide the swag nightf11ofT1 wjis aigreed to The governmeoit man playedandter the last dollar So after all no iliarin was done i CHINAMEN IN AMERICA Nearly All of Them Came from Ivivone TuiiKt Iullt PojiulouH Province In Chliui s It is estimated that there are about 100000 Chinamen in the United States and that 20000 of them are in San Francjseo There is considerable Chinee colony in New York and there are ihiall colonies in Philadelphia llostibn and Chicago Though they do not b long to the educated classes 95 per cent of them can read and write saysJLeslies Monthly A daily paper in theChinese languagt is published in San ferancisco and unothepr in New lorhNetilyall the Chinamen in 111 e United Stats come from the single province of kt ong Tung the most populous of empireItsthis province send out most of the emigrants to the United States The inhabitants of this province have for centuries been more adventurous and fonder of traveling than the rest of thei fellowcountrymen and they are always ready to face danger if there is a good chance of profit The IlroUeii Dollar On the same daj last summer that the ampanile or bell tower of St Markjs collapsed at Venice a brick fell from the clock tower of tic ChicagoThcttClillcistriking when it nvas learned that the Campanile was largely used at a model for the Chicago station Al though amused at the coincidence ChicagoTernit best to give the tower a thorough inspection The architects did not consider the falling of tone brick sufj ficient cause for alarm but President Faitljorn insisted saying After you take a penny out of a dollar for a postal card it doesnt take the bal nnci long to follow A Illf Lot of Valentines The largest single order of valentines ever given was lately filled by a Worcester X Y concern This called for 1302000 valentines Four freight cars were necessary to carry the valentines to Chicago The shipments for the coming St Valentines day began in August j f Iljpi of Iron When iron is mvelted it is run oft ini aichannel called n sow The t bns nothing to do with wine bit is derived from the Saxon saw aiSHo scatter Still it is owing to thl term that the bars of iron cooled- is tie lateral grooves of the sojtf i ctilltd PjK9i 1 1 j- J IaI y y JUDGE DEMPSEY In this issue will be found the announcement of Judge J F Dempsey of Hopkins county for reelection to the oflice of Rail rond Commissioner from this districtMr Dempsey was elected to this position at the November election 1805 and has held it with honor and ability evnr since He is a man fine educa tion and of great legal learning all of which iso necessary to be able to grapple with the many legal and intricate question arising before the State Board of Railroad Commissioners He is a true Democrat always and at all times in perfect harmonyf with his party never in any way whatever failing to do all in his power for its success When he was first elected on the board there were three important laws- on the Statute books regarding the conduct of railroads There was one to prevent them from extortion one against discrimi nation and another undue pref erences as between shippers An appeal was taken by the railroads to the court of appeals which decided all three of the laws unconstitutional which for the time being left the commissioners almost helpless until aided by new legislation which was not passed until IKX when the McCord bill became a law It no sooner became a law than five of the leading railroads were granted a temporary injunction against the action of the com missioners This injunction was made perpetual against the board by U S Judge Evans against each member Then in order to continue the fight these com misjioners made the bond that the State should have given making themselves liable in order to have the injunction trial before the Supreme Court of the United States The case had to be argued twice before that court and after delaying it for months the court finally dissolved the in junction and it was nearly a year before a mandate was sent the commission so it could go to workHe is a1 candidate subject to the action of the Democratic primnry election of Slay ith anti hopes to be able to meet the people and give an account of his Stewartshi THIEVES FiALLOUT Indianapolis Intl March 12 KN Miller filed a cross complaint in the case med against him last week by W S Taylor the Kentucky refugee for a set tlement of the partnership allairs of tin firm of Miller Moores Taylor which law firm was in oxislance some months here He says that the company was organized according to the con tract andI that the stqck was paid over to Taylor who retained it old gave none of it to Miller Miller claims that the stock was worth lOlO and that there is due to him 2000 as his share of the fee He also claims that Taylor fraudulently had thestock nssj liehhas since become the owner of the controlling interest in the company It is also claimed by Miller that Taylor collected other fees to the amount of 1000 and retained the entire amount ReWARD FOR SEAT Sharitf Carpenter is offering a reward for the whereabouts of his deputy Jim Scat Seat has been nnsssiug siucer 2iesdy and it is feared ho ran into the river Monday a speaking tube was put in connecting County Clerk LutensI olllco with the Sheriff anti County Judges office Tuesday Deputy Seat was sitting near the mouth of time tube anti had not been informed that time apparatus had been put in Itsuddeuly went off and Seat being by btmself thought Spooks were after him and IllS time hind come lIe suddenly left thei office by jumping through the glass window and has not been seen since COUNTY COURT Judge Kearbr held County Court hera Monday Regular routine of busi ness was transacted and several claimsi allowed Judge Kearby appointed Bald Hrowder Road Commissioner for the Palestine School and Church roads and Jim Jackson Road Commissioner for the first section of the State Line and Dresden roads He also ordered R M Chowning tho assignee for T H Williams to tav the pro rata all claims against the estate To Tile Public I have accepted u position kith theI well known merchant E E Reeves audl and will bo glad to have all my friends call and see rime I appreciate past favors extended mo and nope to see youl till at my place Respt 4t R T BENDRICKS I r CAPT RID6EWAY DEAD 1 Q oftheofMayfieldpneymoniasixtythreeyears prominentfinanciers federate soldier and was buried Confederate was theStateborninMayfieldthebeginning Kentuky underColucnhCaptaincommand of the company and lieutenantwas RidgewaycaptainHe thetimecampaign and was distinguished for his bravery in several engage mentSjin which his I wasclose1yOapt1inHidgeway 1 warnsfriendssoldiersJ ofCllinbattlemakingreesboraTennwas whileBufordwas compelled to retreat which threw the full myonCaptain Ridgeway with a few men and two pieces of artillery 2 thetownmanaged to cover their retreat to the edge of the town when one of the horses attached to one of the waskilledprivates lined up near a fence thehorsethe piece gotten to a place of safety MRS DE MONCOURT DEAD FORMER HICKMAN LADY BURIED BERE MONDAY Mrs Ellen DeMoncourt a former CniroSaturday t7 illness of three weeks Her remains were brought to Ilickinan and buried at the city cemetery Monday afternoon The deceased was formerly Mrs m Henderson ana was the widow of the Into Lewis DeMoncourt and resided in Hickman many years The family moved to Cairo about 13 years ago She was about 03 years of ago and leaves three children A unmbcr of the re latives accompanied the reuiaius to Hiukuiau PISTOL DUEL Bob Jackson and Fraiik WhitHeld two negroes had a pistol duel ou the hill near The Bucket of Blood shuck Sunday but both were sbnkmdneither shot took elfeel The trouble started over a pair of trousers which one claimed the other stole Sheriff Carpenter arrested both negroes and they were tried before Judge Kuarby AIundiy Jackson was released but Whitfield was hold to await Circuit court REAL ESII RTE DEALS Deputy Clerk Perry reports the following real estate deals this week Braun Bros house and lot in Fulton to J W Hackott 1350 T R Ilutchersou to Brann lira houso and lot iu Fulton 91250 Lewis Fields and wife to Gus Fields house and lot in Fulton 1125 UNCLE TOM DEAD Norman Argo said to have been tho original Uncle Tom 13 dead at Paint Lick Ky at time reputed old age of 111 years Argo was born a slave and belonged to Gen Samuel Kennedy a wealthy planter of Garrard county and a former member of the Kentucky Legislature Mrs Stowe obtained most of the nia ttrial for Uncle Toms Cabin from he Kennedy plantation f 20000 PIECES OF TILING Mr George S Hardy one of tho proprietors of the tile factory at this place informs us that he has jnst completed a sale of 20000 pieces of tiling to Robert Tyler at Hickman which he will use on his stock farm one of the finest in this section of the + country Obion Democrat A The Sunday School Institute of the Paducah and Puns districts was iu session at Paducah thIS week It vwconducted by Rev Hamil of Nashville and J R Pepper of Memphhb a j i It f L Y L a- C j 1 If 1f I2 l News 0Use Sunshine Flour none belter- OheSs Smith has returned from marketsJ Perkins of martin was here Tuesday Atty T2T Smith of Fulton was here this week Letrter Clint Adams of Union Oity was here i Saturday Jim Jones of Clinton was hero yes terdayJ Rynecense of Belmont was in the city Monday Tom Dean of Union City was here Wednesday Use Sunshine Flour none bettor G W Hall of Martin was In city jjrednesdayvisitDr Chas Fulton of Union 0i was here Wednesday Miss Nina Glenn is able to be out again after a few days illness charBEEVESbest Try it Air Stotts of Charleston jjo visited MondayzB W McClure of Clinton was in the city Tuesday Judge F S Moore was in Mayfold this week on business Kye jlyles and Chas Moore of Union I City were hero Wednesday Deputy Sheriff Finis Clark of Jlad rid Bend was in tho city Tuesday I Jack Robien the plumber of Mayfield was in the city Monday If you want u good wrr3 fence seJ E E REEVES Hickman K Tom Butler and Sam Britton of Fnl1 were in the city Monday Geo Reed and Frank Riley ofGras county were in the city this week Miss Bessie Case has returned fro a visit in St Louis Mrs James Allen of Olney 11118 t guest of her sister Mrs J W Bland Mr Will Baltzer has returned f the markets Guy Smith t highly respected citizen of McConnell died Monday Every body should see the Sos Under Skirts the besteverinllicktnan Iter4t H U AMBER Miss Lelia Shaw of State Line visited in the city this week Mrs R L Bradley has returned from St Louis Mrs A D Collins a well known 1 died in Fulton last Friday Mr II C Beckman was in Ut City Monday on a short visit T W Dickinson of Smyrna Tc n u was here 1bnday Chas and John Vaughn of yule were in the city Tuesday pas Use Sunshine Flour none be U S Senator JcCreary has anpointtire ofDixonMr E C Rice the well known s merchant loft Sunday night fqr theHisseastern markets to buy his spring goods FOR SALE One good family horse and one cow and calf cheap Apply at- E E Reeves grocery Hickman Ky1 Mr L P Ellison and wife and MissI Anice Ettinger have returned from the markets a Read the ads in the Courier lagtof s Yourdress tits artbe4t H O AMBERO of f to J W Hackett has sold his tract of laud near Fulton to Commodore Brann for 3723 at e Mrs SL Roynter of Oayce has been ad visiting her mother Mrs Beale who has been ill for the past week 1 i Newibarn attending the Sunday Sc Institute Henry Philpot wife mud children and Miss Florence Poyntor of Martin were in tho city Monday on a short visit Miss Nell flight of Padu SantoRev C A Warterlleld was in Padu SunSchoolday ofMorrisvited to coma and settle at once MORRIS Jb PHILLIPS spWaterg consumption11tlKib Sommers has gone to Union Cityin to assist the agent there while the llocal freight is being run via the M O All those who have received state settlearrears+ MRS G lanai jWm Chittendon Chas Dunn and A xFerguson of Mound City were in JIick man Wedn ynois noiW1BSseraille were here Wednesday Doe that salt of yours need pr or cleaning Heppner ct Sutherland are prepared to fix them up schust as Only goode M de fat11a1u by 4itrs 11 y t j S r iti x f lJSJnrrff r fi b f i I jL 4 Ii The Providence Saving Lifo Ass ante society vs D Johnson HtcLm was reversed by the Court of Appeals at Frankfort J A McClure and wife returned Sunday from Cairo where they went Sothwas known in Hickman Rev J C Reid pastor of the C church at Paducah has resigned accept the call to pastorate the C J church at Kansas City Rev J L Perryman pastor of Hast Baptist church at Paducah probably accept the pastorate of J Baptist church at Metropolis Iilt which hue been offered to him If its a bilious attack take Oham quic lains thisk2V T SWATHE Good smug horse for sale or ezeha for larger one Perfectly gentle ply at this office for terms beonl1ein Troy was here this weak wayyto Miss Barboo a fashionable dressmaker of St Louis has arrived and will havo ge of the dressmaking establish mental Smith t Amberg Bros Mr Qish of near Hickmau Ky while visiting here Sunday had his horses run somewhat demolishing j Sprbuggyhe starts towards Horubcak so ho cured a saddle sail went on to see 1 Troy News Banner Vlfrs Elizabeth Brown wife of CtorI noon at her homo near Fulton at age of 78 She was the mother Billie and Bud Brown Esquire Horubcak of Hornhoak wymarried Saturday afternoon in Wood 1land Mills at the home of the brides- sister Mrs Jeff Branhani esMiss Floss N Zook of St Louis chargem of 1Baltzer S Dodds millinery establish ofIthis establishment last fall mcrclrromant Hickmau Wednesday He is u former resident Hickman having worked for H Buch1 shun lowisat is a sis of Henry Clay of Hickman County Clerk Sam Lutcn is In Louis 0KY j Unmeetinghis brother Dr Horace Lutcn IIlinoistheYg at the depot in Covington A passenger thefca car an empty oil car burnedThoTIle Illinois Central will widen Its bridge across the Ohio river at Oalro so ofitPeterxnperst rue for tho present iron work will not permit n second track Tho difficulty to be overcome is to carryon the t bridghoeo is Leita Ford of Padncah and Sundai a fireman on the Illinois Central road with headquarters in Fulton Mrs Ilaskell has a reputation tha worldwide She is not only perfect from a standpoint of excellence perdays tbattinerauditThowe strunDaily Capital Sedalia Mo At City Hall March 1G Seats now on sale knmvncitizenhis farm and will move to Paducah reside He will accept a position as fireman on the I C between Paducah farmimplemcntspublic auction March 17 See his elsewhere in the Conner Gene Blakeuiore this aletterayshetherootimpossiblemonths and went from Luzoninmar and has been there eight mouths Ile tightsbutpresent aboutanh is possesspersonale I Iiicaptiat3Iiilin reluporterI Wichita Kan Daily Eagle lie avors J ndo1spiteI 1Yesterdayi 1 1lI Bigger sold his 1 in the firm to Mr Short of i i Wellington who will lakeI an active inIrfI 1 j terest in the conduct ot the ilnu- sHessBoston Herald Disturbances of strikers are not individuals dis system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be folio tied utter collapse unless a reliable ion immediately employed Tb fie efficient to cure disorders of thItst tironervine and tho systemsessiagromedtciuoand uudIt Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs 50c and satisfaction guaranteed all Druggists eta rare returnedIfI I from Memphis and CJsceola Arlt Lnirs Hubbardeutertainedn few young friends at a six oclock lutcheon Friday evening J otiCkUof the Court of Appeals to succeed L Green who forPItoIthewasNcity Monday isillftJGarth Luton of Cayce was fm 1 the city this week 5 l heredrepresents the Hickmau Jpligon Company 1uf the Southern Territory t cSoott Josier of Clayton WOK a isitClr phero this weok orClintondisc Territory to marry Miss Alice Shaw who formerly lived iu Jiiekuian county E A Hale of Pembroke KIS iin tho city Jcntleincns Suits That Suit nmdo to measure from the Spring patterns in tho very latest style Bettor drop in and Sea Jf C Amberg ithoy alingne finer made and none as cheapS pTUCould HasterafirewouldIU1o10agninSan Francisco deport Hear her at City Hall Monday night IeJlrs brlfShpkcpt1timo New haven Conn Evening witoreaudiencQIso fully JeaVuljeuucome real Daily Blade 2bledo At lStho City Ilall Monday night Mch 10 A soulful taco nOl highly cultivated voice make her charming as n woman as well as great as an artistDally XrsHaskollnightIch Timeotto Summolessty i n CAmbergsi entirehnefcy forthion r yesterday Chief Engineer Hunter McDonald of the N OLL St L of Nashville and I wdivision J1rUptonnightStphcns place1ntheim Sommers John Dillon and M r eler of the N C C St L force haveI thehathe local is running via Columbus workAJudge F S JJooro was in Jordan Ihis week taking proof in the case Of J W heldlrrwoodof a5linthoHenry Hale of Jinyfield waS hero 35tBob Tyler was in Union City tester 4 r J 1I1JoBock was in Union Otty y es t torday and bought a fine omnibus Q- to and from the depot icene thetraveling oftbej goodsafofor all trains ti 1 LUTEN INTERVIEWED 1i t County Clerk Sam Luten mLouisvillefutcn iehised I HeCoramerciaraldI tisterday Kentucky will make an exhibit orhercotton in the Agricultural utthoD Luton of Iticktnan f brought nectb ah ea formation to theKentuckyye3tyrda atternoou21Wli110i as5ociatocotton I scstb the States further Soutbsaidnevertheless he Iit nutttckyesMississippi andnmchbefJet tliitin found that lieureweverlayyclaim Fullotirapidly developing into a ifoi1n in ha ensve toIstock tiara to have it shipped into weiri commnnitleaIKtatolvrell feisiI MOORE ELECTED In fromeAlcxander J EleetearedsDemocratic Ciitifjy iiiRatJndXe F 5Moore was elected resigned West Ward to succeed RLL rtDoutJl1H1oulJibrightreat rt you fail to hear WiUlniM her J s now on sale to M 1 M Y S ireeIililII j II i 1 New Arrivals d I I IOf SI lewin shojV iminy lixclusive efiecfcs whieltrare sure to meet with favor Mrs nlfSt Louis lad is now arranging the Millinery DchaI ttYI IlLissl in charge of the Press IMaking Department will be with us this weckj She comes hi trecominellded gild we feel sure willI givei perfect 11YiiBring her your dresses before she is overcrowded with This week we goodstto describe tnem Soon we will ask the people to inspect thorn Meanwhile we are demonstrating to economical buyers that Ithere never was a better place to buy than at the Nw Store I p I t tth Ankg Bros 1rs s DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS Your last chance Tho list will be published in next weeks Courier You will have until next Tuesday March 17 to save the additional cost of S2 So pay at once GEO CAKPENTEK S F C tMARRIEDKLEXAXDKKCAMPISELL youngfarmerin marriage to Miss Edna Campbell nt nightRel a son of Mr Alexander and is well known all over Fulton County His bride is the pretty daughter o Mr Allen Camp- belll of near Cayce m JAMES BETTER POPULAR CONGRESSMAN THOUGHT TO BE OUT OF DANGER Congressman Ollie M James of th district has been dangerously ill at hi home in Marion Ky for more than a toweek with paralysis of the face tivbic it was feared would result in a sorer wasjdangerIHis friends hero suet throughout tlr State will be glad to learn of his im provemeut and anxiety will exist ant I the word comes that ho is completol- out of danger It would be a severe shock indeed ifr Mr James should be stripken down iin prime when he is on the verge of a brilliant future in Congress sun his political ambitious are being realized THIS IS THE SKIRTi I ot IQueen of them all at He C AMBERGS fi1lACKSEItVltE I am now running two hacks to Dndfthe depot and am prepared to all demands Run day and night ll call at your residence if you wan jPrmptAV II ROPERp i 5 I IJUS RHOEIVED a car load of the MOST UPTODATE FURNITURE- ever brought to Hicknmn raid will bo sox1 Al1 rnE08r1 n O AnLE 1IlyIC7iS j 1250The50AndHTioOTheseinvite each and every one to call and see the many others O M PHILLIPS STATE CORRESPONDEN 1 TThe undersigned having been appointed State Correspondent Division of Statistics US Dept respectfullyis thesfarmers of Fulton county in cropsipostalsJ11ditionhogs raised as compared with last mnongInumberYby very acceptable and aid materially inj the work assigned me Agricul tural bulletins are iissued from AgriculturalDept taining to farming cattle rais ing and horticulcure which are very beneficial to the enquiring mind In consideration of the assistance I solicit 1 will procure these for those desiring to post up on any particular subject JOIN A McUujRE BRIEF TELEGRAMS j Olcan N Y March 12 From eighteen to twenty lives were lost and fully twice that number of peo pIe were burned or bruised by an explosion of oil late last night following a wreck on the Brie Railroad north this city Owing to the fact that sonic of tho bodies were almost entirely con sumed by the flames or blown into the creek by the erce explosion the exact will not be known several days hastLissedan bbillf a- r I foloboIt I FAR AHEAD 4 of oUt corn petitots la the largestvari ety of made- fomeuure Suits at Twenty Dollars These suits are the greatest value ever offered for the money and are made by THEINTERNATIONAL TAILORING CO el New York ad Chicago The largest Tailoring Company ia the world perfectfit t We have a complete line of new and nobby Spring and Sum mer samples at prices ranging fromJ2 to 40a suit andwill take pleasure in showing them H C AMBERG j 1 MIRACULOUS ESCAPE Paducah Ky March JJ JJ J Ilob insou of this city an Illinois Central switchman had a wonderful escape at Princeton Ky this afternoon A fast movingfreight train struck him knock ing him twenty feet through the air e got up laughing He was slightly ruised Robinson formerly lived in ii v f flr t i t W t 1