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THE HICKMAN COURIER.
1'RtIUY, ATKtL 5, 181)5.
Tun report Hint Secretary
Groshnrn iutoutls to resign ia do
It la now rnpnrtoi! Unit ttie
ciRht Hlttltij: Justice of tlio
Court arc tluil on tlio
TK RmtillnR of cnnrrsslona to
AitiPiloiin cillzriifl In illMituii
territory hy Veiicsnelri in viewed
with coaceru by the StHto Doiinrt
Tlio mnn who penneil tlio following
itoin wns etlilently nit-lo
(lulu lu uiulvrAlHiidiiiR I lie wiiyn of
tlio world: "In too dnys of John
tlio JJaptlit iTn preacher (treached
the whole unsoflcned tmth nnd
npplied religion to pmuticul life
they cat off his head. In those
tiny they cut off Ida salary. The
nnw plan, na one aayn, ia fully an
efficacious aa the old unit nvolils
Tun recent eepcrate conch cane
in which a negro preacher drought
unit ncalust tlio Lonlaville nnd
KaBhvillo railroad, will not be
tnUen to tlio United States
court an wjta IbonitUt
nolo aomo timo ago. ifon. W. F.
Browiler, the attorney for the
railroad, anya that the decision uf
Judge liiirr did not involve a vital
question affecting the nction
of the railroads In enforcing the
separate coach law nnd that
the company will not go to a high
'the Department is
now making more than 400 appointment
of mall weighers in Illinois,
Iowa, Missouri, Knnsas,
Arkansas, Indian Territory, Wisconsin,
Minnesota. Not Hi Dakota,
nnd Montana. Tho department
regulates Its payments to the
railroad companies which carry
the niliils in balk by periodical
weighings. The plan is to weigli
average loads at n season of activity,
and tho weights of the several
classes of mail matter thus
obtained are accepted as stand
ard to govern the compensation of
ttio companies until the next
weighing taken place. The process
requires good judgment, care
and an intelligent understanding
nf tho general aclictuo of transportation.
The Stato Board of Health baa
Issnod a circular urging general
vaccination, owing to the prevalence
of siiinlt pox lu several localities.
The board says:
"In tiew of exlullng condition the
board feels it to bo in duty lo wra the
authorities anil people that decisive action
should at oaeo be taken to guard against
tliia loathsome malady. Fortunately the
maiUad af yraianttttft U la-It
.w w .MiOTW.444.W.Ba
vaccination and re racclnailou, properly
done, wllh reliable virus, is a certain
and Ih entirely tree from dan
gr. This Is the conclusion of Ibo
world, after full luTeatigallon, and
may bn thoroughly relied upon.
"Although ic Is a statutory offense to
neglect vaccination, and ample authority
lit given to city ooviiclla and county courts
to provide for the poor In this regard, It
Is estimated thit over one third of the
people In this state have never availed
tlieoule of It. Intelligent persons
shouhl not wait tor the law to force tbeio
to an evident duty, exalully at the present
llm. Ifentih and school boards
every where should co-operate in requiring
vaccination at a condition of admlanlon to
all schools, public and private and man-
agera of nanufatories and railroads
should make the same requirement of
Revival ot BuMlneM.
There iaatrong hope, nays the
Memphis Commercial Appeal, that
we are now at the beginning of a
business revival. It is yet too
early lo prognosticate with
but there should bo a dis
tiuot reaction from the deep and
long continued depression that
ban settlod upon tho country, and
tliis without special reforeuco to
tlio causes that brought it about.
The depression iuia been marked
by a withdrawal of money from
tho chanuela of trado anil production
industry and by u great
and continuous fall in prices.
Capital, distrustful of nil industrial
enterprises nnd of almost all
kinds of property has ehruuk
from the moat promising investments,
and money could ouly bo
tempted from Its hiding places by
a fixed and safe return. Mouoy
jenuora prerer a smalt but certain
Iaoom'e.J.frnm. soyernmout bonds
to the perils ot Investment in bus-
InesB enterprises when prices nre
going down and profits growing
narrower and more prccarioua.
But aa gilt-edge securities nre
senrco, and as tho effect of tho
business conditions that hnvo
prevailed is to make them scarcer,
one of tho phenomenal of hard
times is the accumulation of Idle
money Id the groat money centers
of tho country. But this Idlo
money means to many thousands
of people a losa of diminution of
Income, and the time must come
when this consideration must be
come stronger than tho fear of
general insecurity of Investments.
The low prices of raw material,
nnd fall in the wages of labor, tho
bollef on tho hope that prices
have reached "rock-bottom," the
heavy loss Involved in idlo plants,
whilo Interest nnd other fixod
cliargoa go on, will tempt men to
again sot the whocls of production
in motion. As labor begins
to And employment and toreceivo
wages then comes an incroaso of
cousamplion to check the fall in
prices, hope revives, confidence
begins io return, and fresh life
is infused into tho drooping spirits
of trado. Thus hopo nnd desperation
oombino to resist thondvanco
of ruin. Human naturo driven to
the last ditch turns aavngoly nt
Hay nnd wlna, II not a complete
victory ut least a tempornry
Tlio Stnto Hoard of
passed on tlio Fulton county
naaesHineut Saturday, nnd increased
it iiluo per cent on lamia nnd
personal property, aubjeot to
equalization, and eight pur cunt
on town lots.
Out orilio School Fund.
The Court of Appeals
n decision in the ciibo of Thompson,
Supuiiiitcndeut, ngaiust Norman,
audit or, involving n question
no to tlio payment of ospoii
aes of the otlleo of Superintendent
of Pulillo Instruction.
Attoruoy General Ifendriok
took the position that riio expen
ses of tills department, including
salaries and printing, amounting
in nil to about $20,000 annually
should be paid out of the general
expenditure fund. Auditor Norman
refused to nccept Una Interpretation,
of the law, holding that
it should be paid out of thoschool
fund. An ngreotl case was sub-milted
by tlio auditor nnd tlio superintendent
of public instruction
to the atato Usual court nnd the
result was that tlio roault was
tlio auditor's couBtruutiou of the
law wna sustained.
Tho ileuiwlon utllruia tho
out of tho lower court, n n d
makes the expenses payable ont
of the school fund.
There is a feature in the contention
for political control of
local Stnto government, which no
democrat, loinl to the doctrines
of the fathers of tho Itopublic.
should fall to consider In reviewing
the political situation. This
feature is tlio wido separation of
the D'omocrntio and Republican
doctrines on the subject of limiting
the authority of tho general
government to powers clearly expressed
in the Constitution of the
United btates, ofln plain terms,
'Stato Nights." It is a fact, pa - ,
tent to every thoughtful student
of polities, Hint the policy of the
nuptiniican party wouni re dim o
the sovereignty of tho States to
a minimum; timt It would, If permitted
by the Constitution und
tho people, encourage tho tendency
of power to depart from the
many to the few. In no possible
maimer can this fatal policy of tho
Republican parly bo so successfully
established ns by securing
control of tho local Stnto governments
both in tho Legislative and
Executive departments, nnd with
nil duo respect to tho ermine,
the possibility of securing control
of nn elective Judiciary. It,
therefore, behoofs every Democrat
moved by affection for tho
great doctrinoo of tho
to remain trno to Ids faith.
The expetiment of government
now on trial in the United States
of America is beset by many dangers,
not tho least of which lo the'
ily cno JCejMioricai
snrvn tlin Infrnrtlv nf ".Qlufnl
Itlghts," as gnaimiteed In the
Constitution, by retaining control
of State government, nnd whatever
may be the issues between
tlio parties on national Questions
of policy; however much these
questions mny divide tho party
ns individuals, there is, for all
tho purposes of n nucleus npou
which to rally the organization
when danger threatens principles
a firm bulwark of Democratic
State organization nud strength
to resist such dangers. Wo believe
this to bo pure doctrine,
which must commend itself to
every loyal Democrat. Frauk-fort
The Old nnI the New.
Some writer has said, there are
no cherries so Inrgo, or so sweet,
as those wo eat in our childhood
dnya. Tho writer know nn old
saddler who quit business
leather had ndvancod so
that he could mako no money at
old prices, nnd rather than change
his pilces ho sold out. It usod to
tnke morebnuts in Tennessee nnd
Kentucky along in 1S40 to 1830,
six weeks to go east nnd buy their
stock of goods nnd half of their
trado wna barter homo spun
cloth, boos wnx, tallow, nnd such
products of home industry. They
could go to Loudon and Paris In
the same time now and have eight
or ten days for sight seeing, nnd
inon get ineir goons equally na
soon across (lie ocean.
Thoso were tho good old dnvt.
tuo nays or mo "iioiinra or our
daddies," (nn politicians put It) in
the estimation of many grey haired
men nud women now.
But ihero wnu an nwnkening.
a railroad was built nnd ono nf
tho best speoches made nt the
celebration of its completion, was
made by an old merchant, who
merely said: "Ladies and
You hnye bought your last
tiozen eggs lor o conts ami your
Inst dozen chickens for 75 cents."
It is nlco to remember old times
nud right Hint wo should, but not
right to bane onto old rulos niidnUout the farmer's loss from tariff
"""K"" it an'tn tonnli in tlin Imil
tlint'Tho world do move." ..!
that tbo childhood of to tiny and
tho manhood of to-day hnvo different
In the old dnya tho rich mnn
buried Ids silyor dollnra. not
knowing that tlio true mission of
money ia to keep money in cir
culation. Tlioso old pretljudicos
nnd rouiembrniicos hnvo even in-
Huenced our congressmen, representatives
and politicians, who
seom not to havo grown brond nud
liberal enough in their vision to
see that America is doing business
with nil the world and must
have n currency, which, like her
citizeuBhipnnd ting, will bo recognized,
welcomed and honored,
any where nnd c vory wh or e.
It seems to bo settlod that the
will bo de61dod in Governor
HATS HATS ;.H ATS
YO UK I'll I OKI
WHILE THEY LAST.
(1.75 price. Honest wool mixtures, Grays
and Hrowno, worth iJU.fiO.
$2.00 price. Your choice, Lino of Clray nnd
Rrnwu Cassimers, old price 83.00.
52.10 price. Nicest dress pant yet. Never
lower than t?U 00 before. Old prleo $1.00.
Lower (trices in High (trade 1'ants. Line ut
to $ri.t)0 out of sight.
Jeans Pants, OSn, once a bargain at 81.23. All
grades In .leans.
Worsteds and Cottonaden 75a and np. 88o
line looms up bigger lu values than ever,
Odd Vests IMo and t.25
Waists for the children in great variety 25c to
Wo Always hnvo All we ndvertlso.
THE CASH SHOE STOHB.
ANDERS & HIOE.i.
R.I.VII P.LVH RJ.VU S1VII
A llUflY VIKIV.
A New York banking bouse
has Issued a circninr which takes
n rosy view of tho situation. It
snys among other things, that
"there ib more toulc lu tho air:
more hope in the henrts or men;
more encouragement to mako and
to buy dry goods; more disposition
to buy bonds; tnoro faith in
tho outcome of 1S05. Merchants
in o busier ami collections aro better.
Cotton lias advanced, wheat
higher, bituminous conl trade in
better shapo than for yenrs; tho
ron industry is in
tone nnd prices, the -credit of the
United Stntca strong thenod
I'iom nil accounts Clinmberlaiii'n Cough
Remedy Is n Uml jenil to the afflicted.
There is no advertisement about iMj; vre
Just feel like saying it. The Dkmocsat,
Oarrolltoo, Kentucky. For fate by T. T.
Neckwear, Negligee Shirts,
Mens and Boys Shoes,
EXTENDED TO THE
to call and cxnmino my
line of Ladies Neckwear
in this Department. The
only Specialties in this
line ever in the city.
Value of CjsoixI KonilN.
Certain statisticians with nmple
time nud patience for figures have
found that it costa one billion dollars
each yoar to transport the
goous mot are carried In wagons.
Of this sum it is estimated that
six hundred nnd twenty-five million
dollars is duo directly to bad
roads. If all tbo roods In the
country were na smooth nnd bnrd
na a driving park or ruco trnck,
that vast sum of money would be
snved each year to thoso who
drive horses mostly far in or a.
Tho total vnloe of farm products
Is estimntod nt billion
dollars, no bad roada are responsible
for tbo losa of nearly
tho total homo vnlue.
No business on enrth enn thrive
Cjt.nl. n jlnt I. M'..ll.
... ..... ,.
road tax! Itnral New Yorker.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular ns to need
no special mention. All who have
usod Eloctrio Bitters alntr tho
same song of pruiso. A purer
medicine docs not exist nnd it Is
guaranteed to do ull that is claimed
Kloctrio Hitters will cure all diseases
of the Liver nnd Kidneys
will remove Pimploa, Holla, Salt
Hheum and other nfTeotions caused
by impiiro blood. Will drlvo
Malaria from the system and prevent
as well as cure all Malarial
fovors. For euro of Headache,
consumption nud Indigestion try
Klectrlo Bittern Eutiro satisfac
tion guaranteed or monoy refuuded
Prico CO eta. nnd 1.00 nor bottler
at 0. A. IIOLCOMliE'fl
iiiiwu hi Mnnyw
HATS MATS HATS HATS
K1YII SJ.VU SXVII S1VII SI VII
Hon. John D. Uaruoll, Chairman
of the Democratic State Central
Committee, lias issued supplemental
rules for tho holding
of precinct conventions on Jane
15th. Tho chnugo wna ndoptod
by tho Stato Execntlvo
March 30th, IS95, nud ia aa
The rules heretofore adopted by ike
State Executive Coiumll'es in so far aa
they apply to holding precinct DJeelmrl
on June 13, ISO J, are amended as follows
norr residing within the
lie several voting precmcti at
they were died and located at the
election held In 18'.2, will .unable
at the places at which the election was
held In said preclncU in Novcmbvr
and select ilelegn'ea at heralofnre directed.
('hintt made Is prrolncl line since
Mhe November election 1892, by the era-
linn or new precincts or the alteration ol
old ones, will bt ignored in holding tone
Ily order of the Slate Kxecutivo
And Beady for Inspection !
My Elcgani Line of Stylish
Aim did JLurguu ami
For Spring and Summer
Come Early and Make Your Selections !
Prices to Suit the Times!
March, April and May
nre the three months of iu
tho .year when
are moat needed. A full line of
bucii meuicinea will bo round at
my storo. Call and seo me.
Looking out for others la nod
to boiug one's aeir. A mnn
cannot bo hltnaelf withont rccof
tiizlug his relations toot bora. Tbe
This I sin s true in little things aa and
In great. Tho man who forgets
that others hnvo rlghta on the
fiidownik, or in the doorwny, or
in tho or In the church
or public hall, whore bo finds Inm.
self just then, forgota to be bun-self
aa a truo man. No man can
properly fill his plnco without
confining himself to Ida plnco. Tho
mnn who in a crowded atroot carries
his umbrella or his silver
uoaucti onno under Ills arm, with
two or tlireo feot of its length
Btiolting out bohlnd into tho faces
of men and women who nro so
aa to bo within that
of him, ia aa tnncli of a boor,
oven though ho ia fault loss I y
dressod, ns n who
walks tho samo street with a It
potofpuint hanging nt the oncl aro
of it. So, ngain, in walking, or
Btnndlng, or Bitting, the man who
does not think of others, nnd have
acarotogive them their rlghta
la not giving proper attention t0
hltnaelf, or being the man hu oauht
to bo. h
A Recoruraeiiilnllun frum l.in .nErc
C32 Cestdar 81 , fn Anoriih, Cai.
After batloK suffered for a lune ilm (.!..
ncule rheumatlsin, without obtalntiif relief,
I used Cbaraberlnln's Pain Halm nnd ia
was atmosi immcutatety reuevej, 1
recommend Ihls as ll.c licit nieic'oe
icnuwo. v.-at. ii.MiLiun. rurejJobl
A paper on Kentuoky htgbwnys
containing a full history of the
old and now system of road build
ing lu this Stnto, prepared by Maj.
.M. ll. uritnip, meinour oi tlio
Advisory Commttteo on
Itoads, has been nmdo pnbllo by
tho Agricultural Department.
The improvement ,on public
roads was begun in Kentucky in
tlio early pan of tho present century,
and States, It is
said, can boast of n bettor or tnoro
extensive Htemof macadamized
highways. Kentucky passed Its
drat road law February 25, 1702.
It was very similar to that of Virginia,
which was but nu adoption
nf the Kucliah road law that has
prevailed for ages. One section
of that law compelled all male laboring
persons of sixteen years
nuil over, except masters of two
or more nialo labeling slaves, 10
years old or more, to wnik on
some public road. Fow Stntca,
the paper says, hnvo been more
liberal In promoting public Improvements
than Kentucky, and
1 especially in mo mum-i in
vvnys, raiiroaus nun waterways.
The State has aomo 2,000 or
moro male convicts in its two
penitentiaries, a portion of whom
are being worked by contractors
trCB wuinu come moro or
i tiotntrjiiou with frto la
bor, in tma tiny when so much
is being aaid nud wiitteu against
competition, it behooves the law
milkers of the land todovlsosome
method by which euoh a clnss of
men can bo required
to support themselves and at the
same timo render valuable aid to
"No better plan has been ang
grated than that of working the
prisoner on the publio highways.
Several statCB have already be
gun this. Some work has been
done along this lino In Virginia,
as well as in orth Carolina. Ar
rnngemcuta mny be perfected for
letting the prisoners by contract,
either to Counties or Congressional
Districts. This ia a question
of vital Importance lo tho
Stato of Kentucky."
BueUin's Arnica Salvo.
The nt cialve In the world for Cuts,
Bruise. Sores, Ulcera, Sail Itheura, Ksver
Sores, Teller. Chapped Hands, Chilblain.
Corns, nnd all Skin Kruptlons, anl positively
enrrs Piles, or no pay required
II Is guaranteed to give ptrlect tatutao
lion or money refuuded Price 2 per
box. For tale br & A.
wear ever shown in
The Kansas Oily Timea of tho
20th ult., conlniued tbo following
regard to a form or woll kuown
citizen of Hickman, but now of
"Dr. II r' O'Danlel has been appointed
local surgeon for tbe Kansas City an I Lex.
Ingtm division of Hie Missouri Paelfio
ItailwajT company Dr. O'Danlel lias resided
In Independence on,.v fouf
tbal lime lias mado rapid progrm
many friends. He has screed one
term a city and baa been very
auoseasfal wllb the numerous eases of surgery
lis has been called upon to handle.
news of Ills newly acquired honors
iioalllon will be recsired with pleasure
by his large circle of acquaintances.
Trro Livos Sa7od.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, III., was told by her
doctors alio hnd Consumption nnd
that thcro wna no hopo for her,
but two bottles Dr. King's Now
Disoovery completely cured hor
und alio anya It saved her life.
Mr. Tlioa. Uggors, l.'IO Florida St.
Son Fraii6iaco, suffered from n
dreadful cold, approaching consumption,
triod without result
ovorything else then bought ono
bottlo of Dr. King's Now
and In two weeks was
curod. Tie la naturally thankful.
la such results, of which those
samples, that prove tho wonderful
efilcnoy of this medicine in
Gouglis nud Colds. Free trial
bottles nt 0. A. Holcomuk'u
Tnr St. Louis
says: "Tho Populists nro likely to
split on tho new party quentlou,
but that la of no consequence,
Kyen If they wore united In 1890
they could do nothing. Populism
going to join Oreoubauklsm,
Grnngerisin nnd other dead nnd
discredited follies and luuuoiea of
Local and Otherwise,
Spring is hero by tho nlmniiac.
Tho "sooner" who discards winter
underwear becnuso tlio
lino mi) s it ia spring nnd tho robins
hnvo put In an appearance,
will undoubtedly bo nursing a bad
cold before tho mouth ia out. ,
3Tor Barbod Wire,
Smooth Wire, Wlro Natl &a. Oo
to W. S. Klliuon.
It ia reported that tlio
New Orleans & Cincinnati
l'anket company will build three
boats this year similar to the
John IC. Spoed,. which in no of
tlio best steamboats, In tunny repeats,
that hits been In tlio tiaile
I) i o k
'frier's opposition for Lieutenant
Governor is weakening dally
Tho fact of tho business is that
bin opposition has really never
amounted to anything. IIo will
probably get tho nomination on
tho first ballot.
FANCY NEGLIGEE SHIRTS.
New effects In slindlngs and
flgnren liantlsomeat lino In
town, oOu to t.fiO
SANDBltS & KICK.
Rev. Hrnwlej, of Kenton,
Teun., n minister of the Cumber-
lnnd Preabytcrlnn church, waa in
the city Monday night nut
7 enndidntes, converts
from tho Kvnna mooting, Into
that church. Thoro nro several
more to join yet.
Mr. Will Dodtls is now nt
work among tho bottom landowners
soliciting the way
for tlio Hickman nud TiptouMlle
Levee. It begins to look ns
though work will commence on
tills long talked of, and much
uooded enterprise this hummer.
For n renl good Ro Clear, call at
SWAYNK'S DltUH STOKK. Such
woll known brands as "Old Hickory,"
"Old Thornl," "Durham.'
"Daniel liootie," Ktc, aro handled
Tho State Hoard oT Health
has just issued n lengthy nddreas
to tho lmhlio on tho subject of
the existence, prevalence nud
danger of n spread of small-poi
in. this State. The burden of the
address Is against qtiarniitiuo nnd
iu favor of vaociuatluii everywhere.
Ova people are frowinf more snd more
In tbe habit of lonllng lo T T ttaynt's
for the latest and best or ercrjtblng Id
tbe ilriit line. He sells Chamberlain's
Coucb Ileoedy. famous for Its cures of
bad colds, croup and wbooplof conch.
When In need of such a meiloioe, (its
till reuiely a trial and you will ! ,ore
than pleaard with the result, r'cr sale
by T. T. 5WAYNE Uruf cliu
Tho ltonrd of Stewnrda of the
Methodist church held n meeting
Wednesday morning and ndopted
resolutions exprostdvo of their
high npjireclntlou of tho rovlval
work of Hoy. W. II. lirntiw, whlcll
has resulted In tho saving of an
many precious souls, nud praying
Gotl'a blcssiugs upou Ida labors
Pooplo nro too nrono to talk
about hard times, to magnify evils
und to forget tho blessings Hint
are showerod upon them. When
n man has about innde up Ida mind
that ho fa tho most unfortunato of
beluga. If he will stop nnd study
tbe conditions of others ho ia
prettv npt to find a great many
people with whom ho would not be
willllng to oxchnugo places.
Tho now Cnrpeta. Mnttlnes. Rues
nnd Oil Cloths nro all in. Carpets
and Mattings nro much lower Minn
Inst yenr. We are showinc all
Wool Carpots nt fiOo. Mattings
from 10c per yd up. Wiudow
Smith, Kllison it Co.
On Wednosdny morning nt
4 o'clock the largo barn of Mr.
Vnl. Slalir, 5 miles of
Hickman, wna deatroyed by fire,
together with about KM) barrels
of corn, 1 buggy nud harnoss, 300
wheat sacka, etc. No insurance.
We sympathize with Mr. Slalir in
Ida misfortune, na ho Is a hardworking,
Industrious man. and
ono of tho beat farm era in tho
Tho friends of Rov. A. It.
Wilson, proaidlng older for tho
Union City diatriot. sympathize
wuu mm iieopiy in mo loea sua
tallied by tbo death of his wile,
which occured nt Jackson Sunday.
Mrs. Wilson wna 02 yenra of nge
and for n long timo ban boon nn
notiro worker In church and charity
matters. Union City
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
At ready made prices. 4 new
Snmplo Books. Out nothing
If yon don't gat n good fit.
Seo our 81.00 nnd $5.00 Pant
Samples. Sandekh & Itiae.
Itny nt homo. Wo can not
keep this point boforo tbo pooplo
of Hickman too prominently.
All things considered, it ia cheaper
nud better in every way to buy
gonda of homo merchants. If yon
go off to buy, your express make
tho cost moro in overy enso. If
you buy of traveling salesmen
who como from other cities, their
traveling expenses innst Tjo mot iu
their pricoH and profits.
and Shelf Ilnrdwnro, of all kinds,
go to W. S. Ui.MSON'd.
Tho old days of atenmboatlng
nro over, anys tho Louiavillo Commercial,
and tho men who now understand
to proporly run boats
and mako money nro young nud
cntoi prising, especially polito to
their patrons, Tho day when a
captain could stand on tho
dock and swear at bin
nud shippers ia long gouo
by. Polltonosa ia now n quality
that ia noocaeury in a master.
KslTIIE RELrABLE JEWELERS
CnrrloM it Comploin T.liu or
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware
Special attention given to
Don't Fail to Seo My
Tho sKooley Institute,
W. O. YOUNCJ, M. D Physician in OtiAitaK.
roil Till TlttATMKST III' mi
Liquor and Opium Habits,
Nervous Diseases and Tobacco Habit,
Ily Dlt. LKSLIH B. KHKLKY'S Doubl Ohlnrldo of Oold Itotnodiee.
Treatment Identical with that nt Dwlght, III.
Endorsed by the U. S. Government for use In t!3 Nntlonnl and Stato
Homes for Soldiers and Sailors. Address all communications to
W. 0. YOUNG. M. D.. Carbomlalo. Mb.
3V. B. Sh.aw,
Staple mi Fancy Qrooeries,
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC,
CLINTON STICKKT, HICKMAN, KY.
X3BIjI"VEI?,EID JETIBH I
lv Hlcliest Market Price will
Plow Oenra, A'O, at Itnck llottom
prices at W. S. Klliho.n'b
ItcMltlenre For Nnlr.
My homo place, well appointed
In every particular. For further
Information, iiil to 12. OAHU.
utv h tiv.ii Ton N.i i.v..
100,000 foet nf Gum
Lumber for building purposes.
Call on W. S. Klmhon.
lloiisio for lU'iit.
Nlco DWELLING for rent. 5
rooms nud kitchen, nud nil other
conveniences. Apply to
T. A. Ltuponi).
Fultun County Court.
nnrrh Tartu, Jlnrrli lllti, IH9.t.
It appearing to lb court that a
sif neJ bjr A. C. Ilrown, J W. Na;lor,
8. K. Jubnsoa, T (). A.hll, II. 1. Jsho.
son, K. V Tbomts, I'. J OUtrr. II K.I
Qlsloo, W. T. lira 11, A II Fitbls anJ
otlitrs, was filstl with this court sine Its
last regular trm, asklnf Ilia! a liratlrd
Common Hbool Dutrlot orjjnlnl
llh bounJar; as fallows, tot.
IWlunin( bt h 8 K corntr of So
'J I, T. I, 11 4 West, Ihcaes North
of a mils, ibrueo l't
rails, Ibrno Krlli of a rails
lo cvnlrr of See 10. T 1, Hants .1 Wrl,
tbrnea Bast lo ItoaJ, lliriief North
wllb sail roallo lbs dltliln line lx.
twren Campbrlan.) I' . 1)11 ter, tbrnrr
Kast mile, tbenea North with
seollon lino to Little IU;ou tie Chlen
creek, Ibsoc down same to Hrdluu $
SectloiiKt) anil 31, Ibcne Wrfl hIiIi
Section line lo tVciion Hue ltween Se-lions
No. I an, I 2. Ibeiic So'illi willi
Hectlon oue.half mile, Ibenes West one-half
mile lo center of Section No. '.'. thenee
South I mil lo center of Brotlon II, Ihcoce
West I mil to senior of Section No. 10,
Ibenes South '2 miles to center of Bee, So.
S3, Ibenes test 'J ml lee with iiiarlr
line to center of Section 21, thenee
South one-half uill lo Hectlon lloe, Ibence
r.asl roll to n. I;. corntr of See.
No 'J I, tbo point of beginning, aoj Ibal
Cajc tx Ih tlio of tbe school home for
laid District, which tile It eerliBetl not
to bo exrceillna two ml miles
from anjr part ol proposed boua'Wrjj aaJ
It appearing also that alj pslliloners ar
legal eotere and reeldenta of
Ih Care No. 3 Jusllc Ulalrlel or Ibis
nounty, tnJ also of the proposed Graded
Comtuou Bobool district, and tbal lb
of tho County Superintendent and
'trustees It Inderttd on tald
Tbe court being sufficient! adriied, orders
that T, II, Johnson, the sheriff of Ihls
county, bs and Is hereby directed tocauas
a poll to be opened and an election lo Ih
held at Cato on the 27 ih day of April
(being the lilt Saturday In April, lbW),
fcr the purpose of taking (lie tense of tl.e
legal whits voters residing within I lie
boundary of Ibe said proponed Graded
Common School District whether (her
shall li ItTied an. I collected an annual
lax ot 25 cent on each one hundred dollars
of proporly ealut therein etihjeet In
State or county taxation, owned by whi'c
pereoni, and .poll fix uf JlOOon civli
while mate Inhabitant therein over 21
yeart of s(a for Ih purpo of
and maintaining a tlradrd Kohool
therein at protldcd In sectlun 11HJ to l.'IO
Conmiou School Laws, Tlio ollicers nf
said Election will also ranee the legal
Toters of tald proposed Ornded Common
Kohool DUtrlcl to vole for six pertocd
to Imj Trutteei of tarni', iirotldeil n.nll lax
shall bs approved. Tb o III cere of said
election wltl make return lo this court
of the result nf same at (lie earliest day
prnotlcabte, certified in due form, and
this cato It continued,
A Copy Altcel.
W. I', TAYLOlt, Clerk.
CLASS WOIIK and First Clan
ItnST Hpeolal utlentlon glitu to
In UoleJs Block oppotlto II Hugh
aDaa'a. . a. Iti
Lino Before Buying.
t,0 Pnld for Heef Cattle.
"OLD RELIABLE I"
a Hplen iU SlocV of llit trj kill maiti
of all a In J. si
HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &i,
arsodtrtJal O.NU rRlCE, aoj llal lb
sff toesl lb naratl juilltn.
goJt uiraolstJ la Lt as rtfrtitDliJ
B. T. DAVIS,
Attorney - at - L? "W,
Ode or llltkwin ltank.
Will attend froroplly to all builnr I n
Irustsd I Ur. ueliU.'tO
A. W. LINDSAY,
Office with R, 8. Muirell. PiU
TIic Caslx Grocer
j. k wTtting,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
My Ktoek It always Fresh and Compute,
and I larll Ih public lo conn
and ee m.
Cash paid for Country Troduet.
Wltllog's old stand. Clinton Strtll,
Opes d Ready br Business !
A NEW AND
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Clinton St., near Wagon Factory,)
I will run, In connection with Ihls lia
ble, Horses and Mules for til, Unrgy
and Carls, Murreys, Phaslons, Head rTig.
ons and Spring Wagon, rsmeraber what
I sell you will be the sama that I use ray.
self In my stable. If jsa anyiklnv
in this line come and item ant "l will
treat yon right,
J. 1. FltlF.
A. S. ROSEDALE,
f ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHER,
CLAHK'M 9A) 8TAND,
Old I'lcturei Copied and Enlarged to an
out noon views.
Don't gleo your Old Plcturet lo Traveling
Men. you may lot Ibem.
Olf me a trial I
Satisfaction guarantied I
1. E m,.wtiiLu errtTT
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I'hocnlx. of Hartford,
Springfield, of Man.,
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PennsylranU Fire, of Philadelphia,
Continental, of New York,
North Ainerlea, or l'blla,,
Klreinan't Fund, of San r'ranoiaco,
Manchester, of England,
Msehanics and Traders, of N. 0.
Tbey ar famous for fair dealing and
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Will Iniraro Your Proporty at Lowost
EaUs Conslctont with Security,
You can also secure at lull Agency a LlTo
I'olloy In tbe ben rouipany
iu the world',
THE MUTUAL LIPE, of New York.
11 II. ELLISON, Ag't, Hlokiaan, Ky.