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Ir.ln No. U ! :.V p. m. I Tralu No. 6, 7:16 m,
Xrala No. a, l K.04 , iu. Tt.lu Mo. t, t.Vi p, ui,
Local and Personal.
Whaw'i for tihoes,
Sbaw'i for Harness,
Shaw'i for Clothing,
Sbaw'i for Groceries,
Shaw's for Hardware,
Sbaw'i for Queuuswnre.
, 20 Wutch aua Chain froe at
MUa Ohitwood, of Uuloa City, U
vlsillug Mrs, K1U liuuJcr.ou.
gjB Qootl Kip Boot for $2.
ltlt'K te Nayloh.
Henry Retuluy hiu ruturuud to tho
cltjr utter uu uUuuuu ol suvur.il week.
MTOo to MAKER'S for Fnssb Uro
curies uud Country froduco.
Mm. Joel Fowllcs wiw culled to Troy
this wt'ik, on ucouut of thu sickness ot
New Goiubiuitthu ileeei iu Li
tdlt Ut'niKUi ut King s.
Mr, tiitui Parker anil daughter,
MUs Jlui, will spuud tliu wiuier m
Hutesvillu, N. U.
Heavy soled Boot, us toft us
ilia, ror fj.oo, kick & jnaylok.
Theo. Goaldcr, of Memphis, Is
spemliug Uio Ximu holiduys with hi
Boys, dou't foruet that Tiiock
cun ui uu u uox or Uuuuy or Biukut oi
Mr. Burnett Tallitfcrro, of Memphis,
Inu been vultiug friomu uud rulu
tivtit iu llic until this week.
MT Stepbeu &. Smith tho Furniture
denier uru keeping their storo open ut
uiKht. (Jivo them n cull.
-The "Blno Wlug Liars' Club" en
Joyrd 'Possum Supper at their rendezvous
iu East Hickiuuu, Monday ulght.
IA.Ldl and Missea Mackintosh,
new Hue Just received lor Christum, at
Ualtzkh & Dodos'.
Miss Hattio WiUou, who is teach
lug school ut 1'aducnh, spent Saturday
una Sunday with her mother, Mm. J.
JsF See Eajcjsii'b liuu of Obristmaa
Gaudies, &c, be two buyiuK elsewhere.
MUs Battle WiUou, who has been
iu St. Louis (or the past few mouths,
relumed home Saturday to spend the
Mir Go to Kino's and nee hi hand,
some line of Hoc ere and Furniture.
The Foltou Leader says that $60.00
reward is offered for thu capture ot Jun
V. Brauu, who U wouU'd tor utualuK a
Ujtfus uoic f 400 ou W. O. Williams
Mr. Will Hitudlo, of Hickman, hoa
been couiuihwloued as Vud Lieutenant,
we Icaru, and sailed from Sau frauds
co lust week, torvjoiu his regiment ut
B. Remember that Stephens fc
Smiui ure keepiuK their store open at
night. I all on thorn for holiday goods
iu Furniture of all kinds.
Judge Juo. W. Uowgill, who has been
daUKeroukly sick for several weeks hiu
been improving for several dnvs, uud
much hope i now euteruiued for hi
MT A haudsomo lino of Iron Beds iu
all colors at low prices at Kiug's.
Some time 6liice burKlun entered
the house of the editor of thu Uuiou
City Courier, uud the Milan Kzchauge
wonders if tho burglar were crazy or
tbo editor who made tho
New Goods, for holi
day gifts, iuuh as Gloves.
chiefs, Ties, Towels, Scuris aud rugs
just received, at II O. Amiieuo'h.
You can't uinke a better Chmtnnui
present to an atweut frieud or relative,
than scud thu Hickman Coukikk one
year. It is a present whicli will uiuko
the recipient appreciate you thu whole
JPy KAKEH )n;Cfi ovcrythlug you
want iu the Grocery 2i:io, uud hu pricco
Tho next regular meeting of tho
Hickman Building & Loan Association
will be held at the court house next
Thnrrduy night, 21st lust. Those wish
lug to borrow mouey arc respectfully
luvited to attend,
TJ&. A Common Expression, "Itcuino
from Wilson's." Of course, they huvo
thu largest stock, tho beat selection, uud
the lowest price ou Holiday Goods in
Tho death angel entered tho homo
of Mr. aud Mr. A. U. Uuruthers, Monday
evening, uud took from thoiu their
little son, Fouu. Burial at city come
tory Tuesday. Religious services were,
couducted by Ruv. J. II Evuus.
"With every pair of spectacles
you get a ohauco ut ttio aao Wutch aud
Chain to bo given away at Buck's.
Ruucl Qarduer, son of W H. Gardner,
of Union City, hua boon solocted
as ono of three by tho Natloual Ourri
age Association to go to Paris, France,
to make arrangements for space ut tiie
World's Fuir. Ho leaves New York
for tuo French capltol Jan. 1.
Mens and Boys Suits
go at Cost at Buchanan's.
The annual meeting of tho Kentucky
Educational Association will be
held in Louisville ou Deo. tilth, 28th
uud afith. It promise to bo the greatest
educutlouul gatherings in tho history
of tho Slute. Already many counties
are organizing parties to utteud the
meeting aud it is expectod that tho attendance
will bo larger thuu over before.
An especial mvitution is
to tliu college aud prlvuto suhoola of
the Statu to participate in tho
ttoui or the convention, tuut they may
yfittiUbisaiUB&Mi - - - ' In Jr
The Maysville' Mob.
The work of the Mnynvllte mob
Ih brlnghiL' upon Kentucky the
evereal coutlcuiimllou, Tlmt the
Urate urgro deeerved death for
ula terrible crime, no one ceo dt
ii y, bat that It ehoalil have been
Dried oat through the coart all
admit. Tbeno Northern napera In
day gone by were wont to attribute
these umb oatrHgie to the
laxity of Evutuc.ky'a Deuiouratlu
Go.eriiora, but it la uoted that
lienubtiruti Governors1 are equal
ly helpleaa iu tacit wativre and
hImii that aaob tuoba occur In
Northern Statea. None the has,
the .New York Tribune blatuen our
whole people, aa ibe following ex
"If that be truo, and IT it bo true that
the people of Muvsville ure iu thU mutter
u good as IhoHo of any other com
niuulty in tho Stuto, then indeed is the
soil of Keutucky sown with dragon's
teeth. If the boys uud girls of to-day
aru to bo trained up to the perpetration
of uuuieletw cruelties upou their fellows
uud inducted iuto thu coinnibwiou of
torture for torture's sake, they may us
well ut ouco take Caligula aud, Nero for
their patron saints, lueuumuof
lias incorrectly been said to mean
'Dark uud Bloody Ground." If the
ethics of Muysvillu are to prevail it will
come to mean that iu earnest uud in
truth u ground aa dark aud bloody as
the torture peus of Dahomey."
The whole truth is that the
brute or a negro deaerved the
death given liim, and t h tit fact waa
the whole cause of the mob. Bat
Gov, Bradley aud no other State
offluiul could have given protection
any wore than the President
of the United Statea could have
protected the Itallaua from the
mob in Louisiana.
Presents, at Cost, at
Editor Courier: Not having seen
anything lately in tho Courier from
Cayce, I thought I would send you a
Tho town U iu a rush this week.
Master Chas. Caaou spent a day or
two with his grandma, Martha Caaou,
Mr. Jim Tucker moved into hu new
house thu week.
Mr, James W. Amnions was iu town
Miss Dora Betteaworth and auter aro
visiting their graudmother, Mrs. M. E.
usou, In Missouri.
It hi given up that Mr. Jas. W.
has tho prettiest baby in Uayce
Mr. Wm. Farham aud sou brought iu
u load of hogs, which they sold to John
Mrs. M E Cosou and son, Newt , was
iu Hickman ouedav lust week shopping.
Wheat is looking flue, and the num
ber ot ucrvs sown is larger than ever
known in tnu sectlou.
If this escapes thu wasto basket. Mr.
Editor, I will come agam.
00 lb. NlTckoT Candy,
That's what it weighs- Como and see
it, aud a largo stock of Fireworks,
Gaudies, Figs. Nuts, Apples aud
all kinds of Christmas goods.
Tho Episcopal Bazaar will bo qponed
thU (Friday) eveuiug ut Mr. C. G.
Schlenkcr's Jowelry Store, tho ladles iu
charge. The beautiful display of artistic
ladles' handiwork is worthy of your
attention, uud admirably suited for
ChrlstuuiH gifts. Bo curly nnd get your
choice. Choice homo I'audies, Ac, tc
Dr. S. K. Davidson haa returned
from Tiptouvlllo uud can bo fouud at
his offlco over Cowgill & CowgiU' drug
JUr Got you a good Watch and chain
freo at Buck's. Oonio see it.
HC Optical work a specialty. Glasses
lltted accurately and scientifically.
Mr. B. W. Fost, graduate Optician, ot
Peoria, 111., will give his personal attention
to this work, and wo guarantee
perfect satisfaction. Eyes tested free of
Books and Jewelry.
For Bargains in
Clothing, Hats, Shoes
&c, go to Buchanan's
H0LID1Y EXCUKSIUN BATES.
Via M. & 0. R. R. Ticket on sale at
low rate December 23rd, 94th, 80th and
Ulst '09 and Jan. 1. 1V0O. Amplo return
limihi. Comfortable day couches, heated
throughout with steam. Vestibuled
sloepcr. Convenient, schedules. For
tlcketii call ou any Mobile & Ohio ticket
Wo aro hero to stay aud doing
uusiueiM ut ttie old stuud, opposite witting'
store. No ono will approciato
voar patronage more, or take mort;
pleasure in trying topleasoyou thuu wo
barber. Will Ckowxll, R. U.
aud H. R. Ivy.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE,
Ohouti. Call ou, or write.
'iiMBiiiDriiw.B V- .
We are .milling our SHOE DEPARTMENT up in everv respect,
and bo far as LOW PRICES and GOOD VALUES ate con-corned,
there is none Miperior to SHAW.
A large line of the fluest, us well us the ciieapest, brands always
kept iu stock.
Our Christmas Stock of
ns wpII nn pvprvthinir pise u mnn
Department will be in the lead in
Mens Heavy Fleeced Undershirts, On
Worth 40 centK, for "c
Mens Heavy Ribbed Undershirts and Drawers, J.Q
Others ask 75o, our price rkoC
Mens Heavy Fleeced Undershirts and Drawers, AQn
Worth 76c this sale at IvL
Mens Heavy Fleece-Lined Shirts and Drawers, Pftn
Good colors, worth 1.00 our price tOoL
Mens Heavy Oatnels Hair Shirts and Drawers, QQrt
Fleece Lined, well worth $1.25 go at "C
Heavy A II-Wool Kersey Pants, -CI OQ
Good patterns, well made, to close out at.. ?lJo
Good Heavy Jeans Pauts for JoC
All our Stock haa been ddded to greatly
by the filling in of
l HOLIDAY LINES t
And we will put before our customers a larger selection than at any
preceding tit. Nicholas anniversary, yet not departing from the
lines bek'oted fur the vurious Deimrtuienta.
We solicit a continuance of their trade, and ub w never neglect an
opportunity of putting in our tnrc the products of the farm,
we invite them to bring their Butter, Eggs, Vegetables, etc., to
us, and receive the highest market price.
We will make
Largest atul best
inoes, Boots, Rubbers, Kubber Boots, etc.,
and the Prices ure Right.
wr Motto : "Higli
can use in the Gents' Fnrnlahino
this section, at
the following VERY LOW
on our entire Stock of
Full Stock of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars, Neckwear, Hats,
Caps, Suspeuders, Umbrellas, &c
Boys Jeans Pants, for DUC
Mens Heavy Cassimere Pants, i rn
Worth J2.00, for fl.OU
Large line of Mens Pants from the finest to the cheapest.
Heavy Wool Mitts, 25c
Mens Heavv Wool Sox, -.v
W6rth 20c, our price 1"C
Heavy Blanket Lined Duck Coats, aa
Worth J1.50, our price... fl.UU
Boys Knee Pants for 2uC
aH?orted Stock of
Grides at Low Prices."
Rice & Nay lor.
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