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. . . l hr ihj. i i ' ' HII,LMI1 rlolfl OH Owe1' wl WE CLAIM That m i.tu cell you Hoods elirimrr (lllill my tidier Iioumj ill town. Wu uiir claim Oil tlll'nU PACTS : Tlml ours i the only exclusively Cuili Store in lliukinuu. That nny liouo ilninir a Iv cash hiMiii'nt oaii well afford to mm I ffiHKln nt a lower (111 of lllllt tllltll which do u credit huiiie.s. WE CARRY The liont Mock in town. Show the largest assortment. Show evervthine new. Mnvc mark ed all kxmxU in pluin figured on a cash basis. PLEASE EXAMINE Our Stock and I'ricca. Wo will quickly convince you of the truth or oiii nrwertion. Note a few priw't: Cotton Check and l'laids, Illiie ami White Cotlonndc, J.Jjcj worth 'iOi. Hejvy Cheviot Shining, I'f, sold everv where ul l&o. Splendid llrouu Domestic, yard- wide, oc; worth 0c. CariK't Warn, in all color, 20e "Fruit of looni" IMeachetl Domes- tie, Hv, worth 1(V IVpiH'iell 10-1 lllcitliiil and llrowu Sheeting, 'Jle, -old everywhere at '.'Oiiinl '27 Iv IJleached Domestic Co; worth So. liimvy, all-Linen Tow-elf, 26e; wortli l'n Iaditi and Mi-i-i' ViMm, 10c. Men's Summer Undershirt. 2oo. Turkey Table Linen, a&u'ts; worth JJoo. lht Hr.iM I'm, 5c, Mild ever- where- at 10e. IltM 6c; swld every wlun at 1(V. lice Curtain, $1.00 jwr pair: cheap nt $ l.M). ClHwpomnetf 7oo Curtain Pole, 20o. luv Curtains, 10c jryard, worth U() cent. India l'louneinjr. lOinulit's wide, 3n; olioap at uvj. 1U' Waipt. .KV. l'.u'sh' Suit, 1 ift. Ami tlioiimimlfc f artii les jtit a low, hut (hi niimeroiw to inunliim. New CSoimIi in all lli time siirrii. mm i co. 1.0 CAT, NEWS. Ton tuuuli rslu for tho farm- CIS. lllekinan buyers uro paying il.'u for good wlient. Mr. mid Mrs. .1. W Cowgill are at Dawson Spriug. iT lirink "Saito" Hleuded Tea, for sale by A. MoDaniki.. Mr. It. T. Tyler leuves Hunday for a sojourn at Hurricane Springs with his sou. Wheal should either go up or llonrgo down. Wheat at (3.1 cents mid Hour nt from li to fOM per barrel don't harmoiiizw. W I offer my stock or Dress Goods at aslouishiugly low prices. II. C. Amiikko. Tlie mercliaiita or Hickman have signed au ngrefiuent toclnse hubtuesH at 7 o'clock p. ut., uutil Sept. lit, except Saturdays. &?r The CASH is regarded with greatest rcHpcct by ItAl.TKH & Sit.w. They will gio as good value for it us 11113 body. Paste this in A our hall 0:27 Tho first new wheat sold on the SL Louis market (his your was shipped from Fulton county, Kentucky, uud brought 82 cunts a bushel. Mrs. W. C. Johnson nud little daughter, Hazel, returned home Thursday alter u very pleasant trip to Dawson Springs, both improved in lioulth. r Try a barrel or "Arbitrator" J tho best Flour iu Hickman, at . A. MOWANIKIH. tend. This publication was iande,"",ceu "a"y larming, uecause by agreement, and the Coukiku they began with scrubs and now was not at fault. huve fine graded cows, and are W If j no like good Coffer, buy better for feeding, keep-African Tea-Hern', .1 lbs for l 00 'ngt &c. And neither can tho A. MoDaniki.8. I ton county fanner expect an 84 Mr. WilUrd Hland, who re.averugo, only iu exceptional graduated .at Hrjant & wh , d d iStratton'a business college, to vllle, Ky., and who has been home, lnuc,lcr"' on ii vlf.il for the limit mouth, re I Hut, say our fanners commonco turned to l,iiilrtiilo Saturday to with rows that averngoouognllon accept n position on stenographer mill iqMrlll, milking, or two with the kqulublo Lire Insurance ;,, a ,mf 0B ,, , 0OW8 Company. i. , , , ', . ' . . . .. that give leas are not fit lor tho Car leforo insuring your life,i,ii, m... i. ., ., . ,, ... 8 ponnda day. see E. 11. Bluhon and get hisi f" . rates ou the now Distribution Policies now offered by the "Old Mutual." In event or death, the expiration of twenl) jiHio, uii iiuiiiiuuin rcwirui'u u irpihrr witii iiin r,i..n ruin iii pollfj. 5-0 UJ 'expense ot her keep being 830, ! iCar'" Pfit is $30; and -Tho election for Citv Marshal ;,,,, occur iu us heretofore.' '"B two ncros of l,u"1 to a cow ,l Thu new ('oiiMiiutioti proiides1 menus 13 per ncre a year, that all lly and totrn oNcers, Aro theso llgurca not aliall lie cleeted an provided In the.1il..i .f .i..l. ...,u...l.... ........ ,"-' or city until the general eleelionf In N ember. 18!K), nt which time the terms of nil such oflicers shall , oxplrc. .cure nnd an iuiproed grado of t ,. r. Km , 1 . .cows that they can increase ou , , , , hl,iron ir;n0 J , this average! The dairy former l.on,i . " ,!''',l,,,w Mlr,lt1"11 contends ihr.t tho snmn amount of Mrs. .t.. Kingman, is visiting fec, a(, ,,,, in, wiM ntl(, hem at their home near Hicknmn. , , bet,f w ,nnke ft Ho has had n training iu medicine ,, of buttCr. nnd that von sell under the tcry best phys clnns, Uie beef nt frolll a 10 4 cenu, and rr above the average uf his nge, llj0 t,mu.r from 20 to 40 eents. If and will probably locate iu ,,,, a ,rue tho l)Ulloritl tell tl,08 mm, wo hope, for many, many 0 n(J(jl ,,,,,,1,,. u 1h ,ruo J1" that the farmer with n luruo Hum- I Hip best brands of. Mr I keep iif iivm iiminiK " llttl' Ol COWS Will OH HI Mil uveraco Flour, Sugar, Coffee, and nil kiudHU8H expense than the farmer w of Funny Oroceiics, and sell s.Woor three, but this may bo low as the lowest. II. C. Amiibku. The Rev. Oo. Inge, the Methodist evangelist, commenced u lent meeting in Hickman, Tuesday night. Tho attendance thelliMt night was not law. but he delivered a powerful sermon, and considerable luterest was aroused. Mr. Inge is a beautiful speaker, has a clear, rich voice, and hU declamation mid delivery is almost faultless; but the power of his speech rests mainly upon tho conviction f his thorough earnestness and honesty. Viewed ns a sensationalist, he is disappointing, iu Iho fact that his discourses are scholarly, chaste, eloquent and earnest, nud, so fur, frco from extravagant assertions or slang, used 'or tho sako or notoriety. We belinve him to be a good,' earnest nnd ablo mnn. He will remain in Hickman for from ouo to two weeks, and will hold day and night service lti the tabernacle. - Tho best and cheapest Hats you evor saw, In Wool, fur and Straw goods, at 7:8 4w II. O. AKREno's. Tho raco troubles at I'aducnh has about quieted down, but It is said that a feverish stuto of mind exist that is liable to burst forth at any minute, and if nnco more started the slaughter will be fearful. The trouble was caused by m negro, Tom Burgess, arrested and tailed for robbery. Tho lie- iKiigi" thought aomo white folks iohI1 to take him from the Jail and lynch him. and sevoial hund rod rallied with guns urouud the jail. Tho Mayor tried to disperse 'them and called out the police ami a militia company. The negroes fired upon them, killing ouo whito mini, lClmer ud wards, mid a luny, Mrs. Mat Husbands, who was sit- !. tti liAK ftttttt lltriSt m.m iltimla liiii' in in-1 unit uuuni'i nun uimim.i t oil, Tho witiioH ruiniiicu mi' fire, l B0V"'l m wore It . wonderful that it "top. ,,or ,,ut u ,,,, Tl0 Myor mxm proolaumtion tr.iriiin 111 I, i people tostny in doors lifter night,' j tiio statu guard patrols uio town. j It develops that tho real objeoi, of thonruied uogrooa was to ly nch it whito prisouer, J. K. Handle, who rnnmitiy killed a negro, without i cause. Tlio nogroes WUIltOU io hang Raudte. ... . i i & bol Mar o Itovard, a nun ijvuin iiouiiiiu ion uu muiiu.j to visit Miss Nettio Forry. Tliey unticipnto a lino tlmn fishing, and went well cquippod for the bpoit. Too much CLOTH I NO on blind. Wo will cut priced to push miIoh. us our Summer Suits mint not bo curried over. fi:27 Jt.u.TZUli & Hiiaw. ItiiiMf llnnu' In tlionlnco tocot0"' nTni n. r .vltested audi lttodl' Ksnn?, dnaTfalfllmff to BnoutunlcH of all Umls. Tho Illinois Stato iiuthoritios nio ' preparing for tho wholesulo1 vaceiuaiioti 01 ner poojno, lug that tho signs of tlio times in- dleato the upptoauh of n pox cpidomic. rt&" You can jjnt tho beRt of UtM and Chililrniift' aiioos nml tillppern In town, ut 7:0. lv H. C AMtir.ua, miiiim mmni mwwawMWtntiii Thn i Ivor nt thin point linn Iieen lining rapidly for nrvcral (Iiivh, hut thnro ncetiM to ln no iluuer of nu nveillcw, 'J ho up per rivcra arc all fulling. Thn IndleH or tho lluptiet Church nt Woodland Mills, Teiiu., will lvo nu loe Cream liupper ThuinOiiy nllit,i!Hlli hint., for Ilia litMiellt of tho church. Kvurjlioily invited to conie. ix.y I'uro Applo Vlnrcnr. four jeiiM old, nt A. Mol)ANii:t.'H. -Mr. Hen l'. ItiM'kliuin.of ITnloii t!it, uud MIrh AiihlnTaniH,of tlil county, woro iniirrlpil nt thu liome of tho liriilc'rt futliei', Mr. .leHflO Tiiiiih, near Hickiiiiiu.ouTliuiaday iiiu i mi iimi. .iu euros. tnr" I ofTer hoiiic of the btHt linr niiiH In MenV mid Hoys Bliocs ever offered In Mickuinn. II. U. A.MIIKKO. Minn Llcrle (lonlder, formerly of thla place, but now of Atchison, Knmaa, Kurprlned her many frlriulH with a miort visit on Monday last. MUs Mczln wrh gludly weleonied to her old home. Tho N. N. & M. V. Railroad will aell round trip tickets oni . Jaro to tho National (Irand Camp1 of U. H. F. and K. or F., at Louis- vlllo on July l'uiid re- turn to the 'i'7th. The session Is from the lUlu to the 23d. To close out my stock of j Carpets, I will sell nt.prlces lower tuati ever before oerore. , II. O. AMRKRO. Klder W. II. Kvana has just closed a (eu days' tent meeting (last Sunday night) at New Msilrld, Mo. He baptized twenty Inputs, and added seventy-seven otlieia to Hie church. His Roelfoot Lake Is now In progress and will continue until the end or the aaotitb. The Courikr last week pub. Ilahed a notice of a meeting or stook subscribers to the Ilicknmu Creamery for last Saturday, which occasioned some disappointment to some few who ilesireu to at umwxwi'iirMiMiPiMH apmw " iffLSw,aw.ss. THE HUMAN OiKUlSRY Is it to I ho Farmer? Tlio now butter factory at Dan! well has been operated bo far nt n loan to the Htocklioldem. aolely on account of tho short milk supply. Ho nujb tho Stnr. Tho experlnnco nt Uimlwcll, In probably, tho hiiiiio as ntlunds nil ciramery ciiterpiiHffion their (Irst beliiidiiK in coriiiiiiiiiltiefl not foi dairy fartnliifr, mid wlioro few, If any, farmers fully the profits mid uilvniitngos tliercfroin. If our runner) shall ever see mid know that tlnttnr pays him InrRcly inoro than else Into which ho can turn tho products of his Inbor and lands, then Ids self Interests brlnga that supply of milk to the cream-cry that makes tho manufacture of butler very profitable. Is It prolltablo to the farmer to ell his milk to the creameries. nml make butter bis chief nroiluctf Iu the ab.enoo or snfflolont homo . .. "P"lc"co this qnrsliou can be best answered by tho experience of fanners in creamery districts, in (l0 Ulitioln, Indiana, nr.d Iowa butter districts, tho farmers claim that the average product per cow Is Wl a year, nud that tho yearly expense for tho ontiro keep of each cow is from fcJO to $32. Thus giving him 50 profit on each cow. They claim that two acres of land is equal to tho support of ouo cow, and Hint on this basis their land pays them $2.') an acre, mid the laud being made better each j ear. What else will pay this much, or anything like ill Hut these fanners do not claim that their cown paid them au average of 184 when they first corn- , uud nt one cent a pound is 20 i cents, and if out or SC5 days in a 'jcar the cow will jlold this 300 days, she gives a .yearly product 0l owu (10iiiii1m Noiiu i?iiu The Will not the cows In this "1.r Unit am kept for milkers equal this average! Do not our farmers know that null special It ta to some extent obviated by sevoral small farmers on the samo road and neighborhood clubbing together nud thus carrying their milk daily to the creamery. Theso Tauts our farmers, huge nud small, should investiguto and think or. The butter factories are usually joint stock companies, owned and oporuted by tho farmers. It is better that they should bo exclusively owned by tho farmers, to tho cud that nil conflict or interest between the manufacturer nnd tho producer can better be harmonized. The factory usually charges .'1 cents 11 pound for manufacturing and selling tho butter, mid the milk men get all over .'1 cents that the butter sells for. It requires only three persons to operate a factory a butter-maker, a clerk, and n holpor. An experienced butter-maker is Indispensable, mid is usually paid from 930 to ilo n mouth; the clerk is usually paid from &10 to $&), and weighs tho milk and keeps the accounts between the farmers and the factory; and heuce ho needs to bo ouo iu whose honesty and polite manners the farmor has oonfldeiieo so that a child or ignorant colored help can bo sure of correct weights, one that can write legibly, knows the tables of addition, multiplication and division, and can awing 100 pound milk cans from fi o'clock iu the morning to 12o'ulock noon; and the holpor Is nn assistant to the butter-maker in all uud everything, and is usually paid from $15 to $25 a month. New factories nro very apt to have to pay tho highest salaries, and nt A time when thoy aro least ablo. The expense of operating a factory is approximately as much whon running irregularly and with n half supply or milk us ou tun time, ic. Ilenco tho wisdom of securing us large n nupply of milk to bogln with as possible. Tlio actual uusiiiosB moiit of the utor.vls in tho bauds of a Hoard of Dlrootora. Tho butter, except a small trndo to 11(11110 ClOCOIB. IH UBUllllV BOIll 111 bulk, ouo firm frequently tukiug mo uuiuo nunuv uj u jhui, treasurer Is usually the chief mm ouioer. iuo cremi cry pays tlio rarmor tor ins milk onoe a month, and all tho product of the factory is sold to moot theso itiwimiij pui iiuiuiiiiin. Hero is a brief stntoiuoiit of facts iibtKit ireiiuii'iieii. Our farm ii a nan read, think uud lest thuir truth nml uccuiucy. It la now n fixed fact Hint a butter uud cheese factory Is to bo erected ut Hickman, uud will be iu operation by tho first of September. Iu our opinion it nffords our fanners the opportunity to make more money ou less Inbor and capital than any thing else. Wo bollcve that the fanner needs only to thoroughly investigate to know tho truth, and hciico tho Cot'rtli'.it dovotcn this much spneo to iuilueo them to think of it, uud If convenient to commence now to get his cows ready by tho 1st or Boptomber nud givo it n trial. Cninnieuco with fire or ten cows and ndd as you aro able and find it profitable. COUNCIL I'ROOHEDINGS. Hickman, Uv., Jul; 11, ISM. Counoll met In regular (Ion. Trrptnt CiMincltnifii latrr, SaniUri, Heriweck, Drown nml Mfllitny The Mnor being Uesl, nn motion, Councilman Hcrlneck cllfl to the cUlr. The utnulee efllie Unl rntir meillns were reJ, approved ml liiiet (X.1IUT AllJUVKtl. The following mccoiiiiIh wrre prrirnleJ Prop'rl npprofrJ, which, nn mm inn, allnwnl, nuJchfclci orJere.l lnueil fur the aniuuuli: hi reft rijr roll, week rod June 18, f.m 00 i ii i " 'l 'id n ii ii ii ii M July '2, 35 00 II II II II .1 Q 55 05 P. M Klog. for tiuHJIng tool home and tmouiere, :io 25 F. M King, (or building tlcpi to cemetery boue. & 00 fleo. Jehneon, pollffnun, fir making arreme and killing 7 'tojrv, 12 50 R. II, Kirk, balance on lamber, 1 75 0, L Carpenter, dieting prl.onert, 4 30 a 60 II. A Farrle, for ,1) doi dog collar", A W. Llndiay, hl conirnlilon o One nlnoe last wtlltinrnl, 16 20 A. W Unit J, to M in fit I1 and return, 6 30 J. K Hobblne, fre for legal aielce aid iratrllug expeoMi, 51 80 Acconnte of Joe Thmnpeoo and John 4 .Nnonan, for tt 00 each, were prenld,l for wllnea fr. for In I lie ellj t court In Ike jrear IKQI. The accounla not being approted hy Hie MnanceConimltlee were, on motion, laid upon the lahle. TaKttcira'i HEroiT Tbe Cily Tieaurer prtitntcd lila report for the innnlk cf June, nbowing balance in tieiuur) in crclll of Oeutral Fund arcunt June lul JOVI J8t. The report wai receiiad and ordered filed. irtcuL iMLiriMAa ArroixrcD. In view of the fact of a rtdigloue wetting iooo to commence In the ciljr, and U be held io a lent in Wtt llietman, the Council Inetraetpl the Mayor pro tern to appoint Mr rl. Vrevland iprcial pa 1 1 re-man the continuation of eatd meet log; whereupon the M4or p'o lent appointed Jlr. Vrecland iprcitl pollccmnn, empowering bim wllb nil authority vetted In other polleemen of the eltjr. Mr. Vree land being present, the oelji of o!b:e km duly aJiniuutcred to him by W L. Mc-Cutchen, circuit court clerk. MAKMMI, eaTTLIMtNT. The chairman of the Kioaact Commit-Ite pretentnl the moulhlj aetilement with Ihe City Martha), ihowlng amount due iheclly for tuoiilh cf June, On motion, teitlemeiit wan reoMveJ and ordered illtil On mutlou the Council aJjourocl. Alleal, W I Mi.UTCnEX, C. C. ir. itT&TL. a. The rfuhr moot lily minting of llif llii'lmitn lliillditig itnd Lo.in ooriim ThurlBy iiiitht, 2Ut IiirU All dun n I Inlrrroi mint he paid by 2 p. m oo lliitt diy, or fine., follow A full attendance of the tocUiolilcra In The mining will be held at court home, IIIIE -AN. II. Ill IMOI'NTKY. Kama Citt, Mo., July 8, 1S92. fliihr Ctritr: U'r Sir: Hy rriiel, I repeelfnlly call your attention to Ihe queiiloo of can ning fruit nnd vegetabtee, whlub bi Ik-come among ihe mot popular uf American manutartorlei. I.eea than twenty yean ago eauueil good were a novelty. Now Ihry are aold In all pari of Ihe world. The drraiind U lacrc4lng faster than Ihe nupply. I am told Iho country around Hickman la ad pud to the growth of fruit and tegelahlae. A fanning plant wllb a capacity of uing all ihe vegetable and fruil that may be ra.J for m!le around the o'ty, employ all, hoth old and younr. male nnd frmate, rendering the bora and glrla o.ertrn year of age lux. would da much for the prosperity of Ihe plaro. Tbe l'lummcr Manufaclurlng Comany, 10(17 tfL Louis, aud Kanaka City, Mo mauufaclurra canning plants oomplaie, aetntham up, aela them running, and fur. nlsliea a process whote work ia guaranteed to he eiiual to any on the market. The balance la local help, mostly women aod girl. It Iim beao leattd many lime and proved aalinfactory. The lMumuxr Company pays the Irrigbl, hotel bills, railroad (are, So., and acta up the plant complete, having the lalrat improved can-nine machinery, for leas money than the machinery can lie bought, of the aaiue capacity, iu Ihe I'nlled Stales. Said Company wae for many years on the Pacific coast. Whin I was iu tias Jose, Cal , in I87(S, lliay hd no cannery. Now tbatolt; works tan thousand people In tbe canning business, aait this country belie aupport Ibeaa. The aaoat proeperous Motions of country in Ihe world aro idoae making (lie growing of fruit and vegetables a cia!iy. Land in lhoe sections Increaao In value until I hey are worth enormous sums. We put la a plant at Fort 8mith, Alk., in 1887, audit has irow to 60,000 oan a icr day. One in Van Iturrn, put up io h'.Hl, turneil out 61,000 canen, of2doten eacli, of sirawbrrries In one week. Wc have Jut liuisli'd one In Utile Hock, Ark ForenlCily and liarrisburg, and Paragould aud Maldeu will soon have one. If your people would like to talk about tbe enlerprlno, I will go there and ranks tlinn a proposition that cannot fail ' suit then. Kespenlfully, X. 8 MO Hits, (en'l Agent. Plummer Manufacturing Company. Tub Olilcago News suggests the 1y following by-laws for the "Frances huve Cleveland lullucnco Clubs:" 'and No member will permit her band to smoke In the parlor until bo swears to voto for Cleveland. No member will allow tor to receive utteiitiou from a He- puniioon. All inonibers will consider it . . . ( , ii i t j I uuv togo inroiiati intii iiunuuiiun nobt .Mimhudv nt niiviiL ntiill tbe latter have declared allegluuco hvo 4U votes, so thnt tho tho Di'inocratio platform. 'cessfttl Presidential caiididnto will A curtain lecture on tariff, to securo at least 2211. The livcred nt 3 n. in., will be found Democrats count tho 159 votes of very efficacious if your husband tho 'solid South,' iiindii all the Is sleepy. i moro solid this year by tho Demand exorbitant stuns for llctin plank In favor of n force bill, clothing, on tho plea that proton They oxpoot 10 votos from No Hon raises pricos. .lersoy, and tho Kopubllcans con- ' '' . ."' WW 'TJ " i . . "t .;'! '?1..Tw' .M')t. '';. ,Awj. J iV . $fjl ,. M " ' V i HIT" inn "iT ,tJf .,.,..,, " ' j" H1 M .i IP ' I ! VJ - sea.'"' "..iiajsjsj r ''' "' JSS' p,jpWpBpWPpW1WP'WIPI I TH .atvaw, . V. If your husband comes hoino;uode them at loast 4 in Michigan late, wuop copiously until ho tells what nun i. Then say you Kept T . . ... . a fa . V that if be iiuti noon ill a uuiuo urullu r.tllv you shouldn't h.ivo J cat otl. s"Lai;.irj.iiiiii TO THE PUBLIC; ! I dc-ire to inform my customers and the public, that I ,avo bought tho interest of my deceased brother in the limine of .1. Amiikiki's Sonhi cniuMing of Dry flood . , Clothing, liroceriet, and will continue the buiiie.vj at tlui old hland I hud that the stock is too in each line, and um determined V to l redme it, uud, iu order to do thi, I will fell anything in the Dry Goodjoml Gents Furnishing rooms at le. price tlinn ever sold before. And ill old goods will be sold at cool, and some far below cost. So you can buy for CASH more goods now than ever before. I tlunk my friends and customers fur past favors, and nliall try to merit a continuance of the same by ulwujs buying the best gools and ' , , I 111 them US low as any house can tltonl to sell, ion will re- meinler that the present stock will be ycatly sacrificed, and in order to jt some of the many bargains I ijiw offer for CASH, you would do, ell to come and make it is too late. The same roll of clerks .las. E. Fiiqua, 11. L. Bradley and J. II. Millet, with tho addition of Mr. Sam Kirk patrick will be continued, who are ever ready to receive and wait upon customers. I shall strive, in nil respects, to hold the house up to its former standard, ami trust to merit the patronage of that public i , , irriipniiwlv stood bv VW1 c" generously 8100(1 I) us tor me past .iu years. All out-standing uccnunts of the firm of J. AMRKito'H Soxs must bo Mttled, nud I ask all who owe said firm to come la promptly and make mticmont. Very Keepcct fully, II. C. AMHEUG. A Card. fJilar Courirr. Allow me to aeknowlsdge. with proper appreciation aod compliment to tbe of Kentucky Loige, No. 810, Knight o' Honor, the prompt payment of the l.'OOO policy on the life of my latr bus. tind, Eroert llnrixr. The Knighta o( Honor la a grand and noble institution md 1. with thousands of wldtiw iml ir pliana throoghout this broad land, inyS 14 nJl ray. mede of praise an J gratitude l this noble brotherhood IOtH HASrtK. LOOKTTTHESrPaiCESI Hest Dress Oinghains 7c. lies I Calicoes 6c. llest Tublo Oil Cloth ISc. Urowu Domestic lc Beautiful Clmllios, ftc. Heavy Sliirtinu 8 1.3c. Aro niuoiij the many drives of-feted by UALTZUU&. Sit.vw. J 0 Ibuc, a drui;fit al Dunmore I'i , m he Iim never sold a medicine that ef( eucb uulverstl etIifNcthnt a ilons Cilic, Cholera and War i hot llsmcdy, acd that tlio large drrasnd for It has teen a great surprise to biui. It In sold brrc by C. A. llolcorabe. Vcr Don't foi'ict that I keep tho nicebt and latest stylos of Neck-wear, .Madrass Shirts, Suspenders, and half hose, all cut iu price. II. 0. Amiikuo. -Col. II. Clay Kinj, who killed a brother lawyer, Col. Postou, in Memphis, last soar, is to bo hung nu August 12th, tho Tennessee Supremo Court having refused to j n. l ci am a new mm, nun nilirniing i the U'rdlct of tho lower court Kin.in the civil war, was in nt a battalliou of Kentucky cavalry, aud was n gallant and brave officer. Heforo the war he lived iu Pnduoah. Unless crazy, he deserves his fate for the crimo committed. Startlingi' Startling I The tnorciloss cuts all along tho line at Ualtzkk & SnAw'soro attracting attention from everybody interested in LOW PRICES. It is said that moro than one thousand men are now at work on thouinniniotu Manufactures building Tor the World's Fair. Tbe force was recently doubled by or der of tbe Exposition authorities, who oonoluded that tbe contractor was not making as rapid progress as as desirable. Tho authorities are determined that all of the buildings shall be completed In tiiuo for dedication in October, aud the publio may bo assured Oil tills will be done. The total number of workmen at Jackson Park now exceeds 7,000. It will probably bo increased to 10,000 or more. NOTICE I To sell LOW, we must buy for CASH. To do that WH MUST Tt AVI.'1. HOMPV Ua nn..M M.wl. R$k B 'ur fr'leuds, whom we Indulged, to come forward settle their accounts. From date wo will sell no goods on credit, SMlin, Ellison & Co. vif.v"ok onk ' it. Tho Washington Tost sizes up a', uA i, .,,, i n.ia...n...,nr. "Tho situ auuauuii in vino iiiniiiu i . KIotoral Collego this year will If thoy can got 0 in Conuooticut .unit 15 In Indiana thoy will liavo in. ........ . r.... Now York's 'M iri Yuiun au lilt. votoa would thou make -JO uml olect, with 7 to spare." r raetratvrjsrmrMMtsKtaiaTtmfrrw Statement of the Hickman Baixfct of Hickman, Ky, At Hie Cloae of July I, Ml'j. iiEsouncw. I.saoi uti'l illieoiiDbi, 63,603 Ofl Ural folate, Furoilure nd FIi. 3,000 00 7,100.00 Kxpcni, 1 H (U lltii. frmii nllifr !t.in1fi 13.UC3 63 Caili ou linriJ, II 700 SO Total, 1 16,213 2 LIAtltLITIKS. CnpPal 'lock paid up, 40 000 00 irgC.Surplin, 3,000.00 ir..n.i.i..i n.Ki. 2.120 OU V ,.,l .,-M I'lVl.., niridend No, 3, pny on demand, 2,000 00 tue other tmnke, 74173 loJIrtJuat Depoetit, 07,051.4.5 ToUl, 115 213 25 W. 0. JOHNSON, Ca.hler. Butitcrlhed and eworn to before me tbls July let, 18U2. K T. TYLKR, Nolarjr riiblle. Correct Alien C. II. BALTZER, K. II. UREVAHU, J. IV. COWOILU Hnrklru'n Ariilrn mtlve. Tiik liur Hai.vc in the world for CnU, UtiiIms, NireK, Ulcern, Salt Hheuiu. I'evtr !io' Tetter, ChapeJ linmle, Ohllbhlnt, Corna, and all Bk in Eruption, and iJTelycurel,ilei.,orno pay required. It laguiranleed lO K1TV p1 rfect Mtlfactlon or money rel (unded. t'r ie 25 cenU It I box. For Hale by C. A. Ilolcombe, Drug- pi it (hod Looks. Good look are more than aVin deep, depending upon a heallly coodition of all tbe vital organs If Ihe Liver be inactive, you hare Billoim Look, If your rlomach be disordered you have a Uytpeptie Iook, If your Kidney lie affected you have a Pinched Look. Secure good health and you will have good look. Electric Hitler lathe great alterative and Tonic acla directly on Iheee vital organ. Cure l'lmplea, Utolchei, Colli and givea a good com. pleiion. Sold at C. A. Uoleuobc'i Drug-more, 60c per bottle. Kail read Time Table. n., c. sTaTh. r. r. LKlVHi I AtllllVIM. Trulo No. Sri, liirt r i Truln No, 81, Mu r. M. iriu no, si, 11 'v r. m Trim :ti. ivi, m This rod make close conurctinn with Ihe L. & N. al McKeuiio going north, and with the N. N. & M. V. at Paducah Junc tion going north and the Newbern mo'lallon going fouth. Hcrvlcen or I lie KpUriiMl t'liurcb. Service every 1st and 3rd Sunday at 10:HO a. m., and 7:30 p oi Kvery Friday night at 7 o'clock arrvloe nnd lecture. Oto. S. Firztluoii, Rector. rhrleilnn rimrrli. Servleea every Lord's day Preaching every 2nd and 4th Lord's day in each month, KUer J. II. Itoulhac, pastor. Sunday School every dunday, J. W. Murrlx, Sup'l. All are cordially invited to attend theiie aervlcee. Look atThis I If yut want Pinter. If ii.ii wmit If )i.u wnnt Mill itrH.U, If jriiU ant MiatfliifHt, If JU W4t.t Isffttr 1 1 M!( If )u Maut Not. Utm4t If yuii vTAiit lltilti 0rtl, If Jaji MHtlt UItlnK OniiN, If ti wtiir Uttt luiitHtUmai. It yMi witiit Miff iiifx 1 c, 1 f "tt V4iit lltuliiwaj fa fn, If j.'n wi't 002 pniNTINO of m,r .Ir. tri'Uuu, Jtic Iu nnit itUfarlurv niiinnT, )nu ru Imi juHr wauli 4MRf I y calling nt lh Courier Job Office. New Advertisement's. STRAyNQTI03s7 Taken up a a alray, by M. I) JoLnon, living 1 mile of Ciyce, Ky., one sorrel, or ligbi buy, MULC, long mime and tall, 4yearaold, H handhigh, atriog halteJ in both hind legu, and appraised at Fifty Dollars. Given under my hand this Julv 8, lf) 2. IIKNKV UAVI8, J. i. F. C. A copy atlest, W. l TAVLOR, C. F. 0. C. STOCK SALE! On Saturday, July 2)rd, 180J, I will ell at I'ulilio Auellcn, to the highest bidder. nn nr.Mltt nt i w.v months, without In. ' A " T -...... .- teresl, Six Head of Homes and Mules Sale at my home, 1 mile ee! of Cayee, Ky.. nt 10 o'clook, a. m. No by.blddtrs. Stock put up must be sold. Satisfactory security required. W. T. NOON AN. Take Notice! Parlies Indebted to me, either by note or aeeounl, are requested Io come forward at onre and settle, or their olalma will be placed In Ihe bands of an officer for eoN lection. Come at once and thereby rave cost. I mean what I nay. JOHN VT1TT1NO. MAURUS EBERLE, Mroh.aw3.t Tailor, HIOKIVIAN, KY. Shop In I.aclcde block. Imported foods, first-class Trimmings, artialie Culling, workmen, Sallnfaction guar nteed. 1.-15 U2 Don't You Forget It! T J I A. T Me Wittiis lCoolM tlio Jlont AMNdi'lnielll' of GROCERIES To ltu Found I IT HICKMAN! GIVE It 1 U A. TllIAIil Goods delivered to any part of Ihe City FOR SALE! FarisiN, Ferry, Eiivery N tabic nml Nmv Mill. Having fully made up my mind Io elose out all my oiitstnudinc business, and de i ow my attention eioluxlvely to my pro I tension. I olTer the following described prorerty for sale: Oil i; r a rill nf CnO aores 225 cleared, good dwelling and tine tock bam, Ouu tarui of about 200 aore.i, HOoleared, ooo pood dwelling, and under wire fonce. The Kariv . I'arksr Livery titable, with complete outfit, established and good will. Ouo Sav Mill, Just ast upon a good mill alio of nth, maple, c. Also, tho llieknian Ferry, with good boatd. lauding prlrllogea ou both aides of the river. & houie.i and Iota In lllclcm.tn, and '1 In lie vicinity; and ouo Ulaclomllh Shop. 1'ur Unas, apply to BAM'I. PAUltCH, or to ALEX A. KAltlS. S.-JO Hickman, Ky. parhhio". Ai mmm .vatiomi bakk,. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. 1 331liBOTOBS. m If. UUCHANAK. J. JfcC DdNlilllANT, I! K. CASK, Judge I. I ItAKli 0 3?3TIC"E3I,S: II. nUCllANAX. rrealdfiii , J J C. tONht PANT ' . P.. I.. J .N. HEAUI Mi, Jr , Asuittanl Ualner A McDaxiiel (Successor to POWKLL c; jk: ac Having bouglit the Grocery Stock of Powell & l!ro., will continue the business at that well-known old stand, nnd announces to tlio public that be is making Inrgo additions to tlio stock, and will keep ut) uud etciythiu iu the QSSSTESAXd GEROOEIinr Line. Farther aniioniieenieiit through tho new goods urrivo E. m'oawA'S Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker The It uevar bolls over' ft No aleam or odor ran escape into Ihe room Food cannot scorch. 8 1 earns up In 3 minute. All Ihe nutriment, riebneM and flavor uf Ihe food in retained. Needs no watching. THE OLD RELIABLE. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Denier tii DBUGS,HEDICIKES, PAINTS AHD DYMDFFS, HICKMAN, KY. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. tr W !T3 Sa W!" W imMMk lC llttwWLMaW o a 1 fc o 09 c w O fcO . o 1 a CJ o "-I J q oo a a a CO -a o a o Q OG BETHEL KMM Osna suaatr u .t Sfroot fA.allr ricsst bulMinff matin II.PUIKMI. SIM f rrr Inrln l. mu.ic MT. T. MM I'M I.N McVAI.U FURNITURE. STEPHENS DEAL12KM IS Fomitflre mi SJiMlcrtaker'sGoods, We are ofertBf all rr)'t ot Plain, Medium am! Kino rarnltnre tt ffMi rrrtnrei prices. VT eirry a fuU line a all tlufiol Clialra. Rockorn, Tnhlos, Btiroaua. Waahatands), Wardrobes ChamUor Sots, Mnttrosaob, Springs, Eto . ana we guaraaiM t prices to be the loneit. Hive u a trial anu bo mnvlnreil. far"tTa ar hasMlquuters on Undertaker' Oaods ail dlsfount all vompeliUoa U tkat lta. We sarry a Urt !.r ol Woolen nn I Mttal.lo Uurul Cases. asT"ira4rlaii an J Jib Work a lo.'iljlu. IU nu HICKMAN, KY. Centrally located. Convenient to Uiver Landing. Ilusses Call Uegnlailj:. Kvery Atten tion ivon to uoiiiiori or Guests. D. 15. HltYANT, Frop'r. DlTs.K. DAVIDSON. IDeiatisat, HICKMAN, KFNTUOKY Oftlce over Uowgill & Cowgill'e Drug Store. B. T. DAVIS, Attorney - at - L? w, OOice, Cllnlou St., Laoledo Uloclt HICKMAN, KY. Will a'ttiid promptly to all husi nen tn Irusled tolitseare. "XwTyNDSAYT" "W HICKMAN, KY. Oiuco with R. S. Murrell S 15 Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. KenlJonceniii olliieajjolulog JuJ' Kin;, uiiu'jollitc. tlill r. al; xandi:i:. J A. TUOHl'MW 'I.k, j ; . IIKAbLliP, Jr. 1JI10.,) aw. JTaC TIT. Courier will be mode as voa KAUK.UV. p. if. mi I1ICKMAX, KENTUCKr. Call ami se It. It's just Ihe thing yon wa, Aud you ought I) have It t CO! LEGE THHIMMf.il. rHie OTTOl n. . . Il.fiiiMl Lliiutiia Uitao. bpl'nJI M. A., l'tmlilrnl. IKH'KINHVII.L KT. FaRNITURE. & TYLER, Young & Bro,, UEALEHS IN Staple and Fancy GROCERIES FRUITS, fcc J Cllntou St., 1st Door Cist o Laclede Uotsl, HICKMAN, KY. 1. R, Ellison, SufffMiirs ta Ult.oa Ilroi. 1 INSURANCE! Fire, Life, Accident, Tornado, &c. lot:! t.'M of CcmpiuH RtprtMstid Ol't'lOK OVUU HICKMAN BANK, HICKMAN. KKNTUOKT. - , ... V.. r t.