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Mi L THEf HICKMJN COURIERt 1 P = i OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WfSTERN KEISTTTJCKTT 1 ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KY SEPT 13 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 42 i i Cold Facts I For not1 Weather i To make room for New Odsto close odd lots1o lean up stock We offer extra value mt I n I V Lawns Percales and Wash Fabricst j f tHere WashSSare Five Special Offerings in Salable and Seasonable Goods to which we invite bur attention r LOTNO1 c 27 in Luzon Cords and Latest Lawns Large assortment of white grounds with colored fig ures stripes and dots also black navy and new blue grounds with stripes figures and sotsr Former price 7 and 8c To close 5c rv vy 2i32 in Batiste and Dimity white grounds with black blue and colored ilsar 1fo tltacL wounds ivi hvhilo s 4 Former price 10 and 123c to close Bc IIS NO4 NO5assortment t We are Headquarters for everything in Dry Goods and Gents Furnishings Also sole agents the celebrated G D Corsets I I i M B SHAWS SONStl I n r v I I I i iitI d f I AND OTHER NEWS ITElIlSIIi i j cOo The Kentucky Court of Appeals wil convene on the 16th of this month E C Rice left for St Louis to I goods for Rice Ifaylor Tuesday I Call and see the New Embroideriesi Excellent values at SHAWS i The farmer may have less to soil but he is now getting a good round price for what he does sell t- lIlrWD Powell of Fulton visited in Hickman sevnral days this week Mrs Jerry Malone of Union City Js visiting relatives in Mrs Win who has been vis iting in Carbondale Ills has returned home St Louis has a leper and he is a Chinaman St Louis would like to trade him for an elephant When the schools open re taember that wo have what you need t tied we kJiow what you want WILSONS BOOKSTORE sk t 3 C i + I a d 1II 17 I = oW LOT NO 3 32 in Dimities and Batistes In all colorsI close 10c I I Ito I I LOT i 32 in Lace Stripe Mulls and Elysian Sheer I Cloth in a of colors and patterns I Price 12f 15 and 20c c LOT r + rMM- A f Tlarge of Laces iu all varieties from 1 to 4 inches wide that sold at 78 and lOc per yard good values to close 5c c r for 1 I i bUI Hickman Baltzer please varlet n Misses Fanuio Jeffries Lola Whipple Annie Roper and Pearl King left this week to attend Clinton College The I C railroad will build a bridge over the Tennessee a few miles east of Paducah which will cost 5500000 MENS FINE SHOES 8300 KIND LOOK LIKE 8500 SHOES THE SHOE STORERICE NAYLOR Squire Frank Naylor one of Obion countys most popular and highly re spected magistrates died last week Elder John R Williams will preach i at Mt Hermon next Sunday at 11 a m and at night All are cordially invited Call and see the New Embroideries Excellent values at SHAWS The 3year old son of Mr and Mrs Barlow Union City died Monday from the effects of drinking concentra lyeMrs J W Bland and Miss Hazel Jonnson who have been in Uniontown for the past two weeks returned home MondayBOARDING Good nice boardinghouse centrally located Apply to MRS M J FARIS Mr and Mrs Ernest King are visit ing relatives herethis week and will soon leave to make their future home in Jackson Miss s hu preparfore prdiction epidunnc place just fitted up by Stapp Jones and valued at 815000 was burned Thursday of last week Insurance 5000 Mayor Gardner of Union City ar tirohadand put them to work on the streets and sent the boys to pick cotton in Lake CountyThe crop over almost the entire country is a complete failure disappearfromwill be no pumpkin pies because ther will be no pumpkins Every nest of anarchists should be broken up If the law wont do it the people should The people must rule Emma Goldman the Joan of Arc of the anarchistic rabble says she is for no law but morality This is rot for with out laws there will soon be no morality HAVE you a sense of fullness in the re gion of your stomach atter eating If so you will be benefited by using Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They also cure belching and sour stom ach They regulate the bowels too CowgillHickman fE RAILROAD PROJECT TO UIYE INFORMATION WAjfrlUURIS JBkon seems to have lost some of her entbwiasnj over theTiptonviUe railroad pro Ot In the Leader a few days ago aKUinsthe II fnestTnen there It is probable that tfaj Harris is himself a little hasty in correctlylieanydefiniteowtiea and asked some of the business flenifow much stock they were willing to take He was asked te show a draft of his plan of survey and route and the amount of capital stock to be subscribed and I credentials as a representative of the company to whom a charter was I madas We also understand that there are several prominent business men here yho are willing to subscribe to the capital stock of a standard guage rail railroad running from Union City to iTiptoiville in amounts ranging from 500 Mf1000 and over and are anxious to cnHr into the organization of a com purposeIf give us a chance tr shqw map and plan of operation amount of stock to be subscribed etc tmeet the citizens and submit a feasible proposition we are sure they will be 1 glad to take a very substantial interest- in such an enterprise It is very likely that these are reasons why the citizens- of Fulton are slow to become interested Union City Commercial The construction of a railroad from Union City or Fulton across the head of Reelfoot Lake into Lake County would be at such an enormous cost as to make it practicably impossible A eytie aroSs the Lake and bottoms would costseveral hundred thousand dollars and without a levee no railroad could withstand the floods of the Mississippi i Our neighbors can put money in such an enterprise if they wish that is their J concerti but the Commercial is wise in- sugestiug that Mr Harris should fur j nish i certain information as a condition precedent to such liberality The same misfortune existed and yet exists as to Mr Harris1 operations in connection with the Hickman Tiptonville Levee The UJj Government caused a survey of the roiite from Hickman to the Ten nessee Highlandsi the cost of construc tiou wIbutso jfar as we 1Jlea no fiif V t KentuckJ i restBsh ve Overhetjn In formed as to said costs c but have subscribed lands and money Some sears since the old Hickman it Tipton yule Levee Railroad Company caused a survey and estimate to be made This JPOS made tor a levee described by Capt Leech the U S Engineer then in charge of Mississippi River Improvements from Cairo to Memphis and by Col J J Williams at one time Chief Engineer of the M O railroad From- the actual survey thus made William- reported that the cost of constructing th Levee would be 260000 That Levee now has aid from Lake county of 108 000 from Fultou County about 20000 and from Obion and Dyer 83000 which with the Government appropriation of 200000 gives an aggregate sum of 8330000 or 70000 more than Col Williams estimate by actual survey It may be that the recent survey made by the Government engineers placed a higher estimate as to cost of construction than did Col Williams but if so the people here are not possessed of tai information A Kentucky conpan- could possess itself of such necessary facts and thereby greatly aid a great enterpriseThe land owners at interest have subscribed theirlands and money and through Kentucky Senators andI Representatives in Congress have con tributed influence toward securing a 200000 appropriation and they are yet willing to so treat with their Ten nessee neighbors and cosufferers from Mississippi floods to the raising oft a sufficient amount to build and complete the levee and possibly to the raising of more than the cost of construction if they know how such excess is to bused The people at interest need to be admitted into confidence pertaining tan enterprise so important to them and which they are expected to help This loved when completed is a known guarantee that the N C St L rail road will be extended from Hickman in io Lake county without cost to the pea pies and thus make a road from Fulton to and across the Mississippi and into leecost KENTUCKY SENATQRSHIP Louisville Ky Sept laThe Demo cratio State Executive committee de cided not to call a State primary to name the candidate for the United States Senate liy taking this action former Gov James B McOreary won a signal victory Congressman Charles Wheel er Congressman David H Smith and Judge James Cantrill the other candi primaryFriendsvictory sires him the best of it in th- race for United States Senate A vv v y v or yrrv 1 FREE II- II X A BEAUTIFULI PICTURE UjIIJiJi GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY I I 2OO WORTH OF lIqj i GOODS AT l1 l y 1 L D SIMMONS r1 4 b 1 1DEALER IN j DRY GOODS GENTS FUR i l 1trj 1 Y AND PANTS S H J 7k UAT BUCHANANS OLD STAND KH h T J v V 1i THE CRIME OF ANARCHYa1 the It is reported front Pater son N T that the anarch ist group which makes its tl- Iheadq uarters in that city ofj rejoiced at the shoot ing down of President Me Kinley by the anarchist Cxol to gosztWe dont know him a member of the group is quotrc ed as saying but he is OULJJ of us He did what it wiife his duty to do and we honor him V fY This fact of their glorifica as tion was testified to by the drinking of many toasts to the man who shot the Presi denttThere is no restriction upon free speech in this free country save where it incites to crime The Paterson probablys theodeed which they praised and celebrated had already been 4 committed consequent 1 y they could in no manner be heldresponsible iis But every word thus utter ed by members of the lllurn derous cult of anarchy is a direct and intentional provo cation of crimes similar t theethYe to time of the assassination of Humbert of Italy by the Anarchist Bresci kindredl utterance were indulged inl I I it was intimated that President ot the United States was a contemplated victim of anarchy Shortly there was a rumor a plot to assassinate the President the outlines of which seemed so serious as cause prompt action on part of the Secret Service No definite results were however But now comes the Anarchist Czol Ji kS gosz and shoots down the s President as the latter ex j er tendtcla ha1ld tQ greetIan American citizen 1 The time seems to have arrived to deal with anarchists in a spirit made impera bytheir own acts They dream assassination They teachassassination They assassinate A secret cult of murder is a criminal cult Anarchy in America de mands the attention of the American people THE BEST IS TIIKI CHEAlEST Not how cheap but how good is the question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC not as cheap us it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all tho that is worth printing If you road it all the year round you are posted on all the important and interesting affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that 0money and brains can produce and those should be the distinguishing traits of the newspaper that is designed be read by all members of the family Subscription price SI a yqar Any postmastcrlmay mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC broi4 44J1 SHAW4 4 a I4 1 Has all Kinds of 4 41 d 4 iN lGD 0 R1 IE 1 1 A TtTTTTr1TTTT1T 4 c KiSSSSSSfflaSH I t 1 = 1 i J 1- 1VENS jj- rr fit EIJsTEl jj- SSOE j- lt =L i Our line of lieus Idle Shoes for Fall ft wear just received I ECLIPSE I 350 S H 0 f FOR BNi Ji Vici Kid Box Calf and Patent Leather9 fIn Button and Laco 011 all tlio Xtnv Lasts and J Shoes1 Jt wear and look equal to SOO Shoos te T f FALL CLOTHING J tVehaye just opened our lint of Urns Clothing for J 1 PALL AND WINTER We rail Snottyit 1 you a complete line in all the nejand Colorinps Hangiug jfjfVpavps in I niep from 4 TO 1650 t AGrENTS FOR f 1rLaatCHICAGO iI BALTZER DODDS i4 4r 1 I ti i I ti 1 I k1yn 4ai IIk MORRIS PHILLIPS I Have the best Folding Bed in the market It saves space in a small room is attractively finished and orna mental when closed and is comfortable and sleep inviting 3 when open Its just the bed for a small room if you priceii RemarkablePieces r lire offer some remarkable pieces in Chairs remarkable for Elegance Durability Comfort Low Price COME AND SEE THEM LEDFOKD HANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats9 Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement We carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please our customers Z ZvOu motto isuUOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES u Try us t1 Clinton Street Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered u A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of tho bravo Gen Burnham of Mach fins Me when tho doctors said she would die from Pneumonia before morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved her life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Fur ther use cured her This marvelous medicine id guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung diseases Only 60c and 1 Trial bottle free at Cow gills Drug Store WANT OUR BISHOPi New York Sept lOA movement for the selection of Bishop Dudley pf Kentucky as successor of the late nish op Little ohnj in Long Island dioces iis on foot v 1 CYPRESS BOARDS FOR SALE Several thousand Cypress Boards for silo Ayply at Courier Oillce aWhen tho schools open please remember that we have what you need and wo know what you want WILSONS BOOK STORE Stood Death Off E B Munday a lawyer ot Henrietta Tex onco fooled a gravedigger Ho says My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters and ho was soon much better but continued their use until he was wholly cured I am sure Electric Bitters saved his life This remedy expels malaria kills dis ease germs and purifies the blood aids digestion regulates liver kidneys and bowels cures constipation dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney troubles fe male complaints i gives perfect health Only 503 at Cowgills drug store i o ra g lriaM Nt Ni NIe I Ii1 NEW FALL DRESS GOODS m- All tF M I the most desirable and11lOSt fashionable of the new fall I iend weaves are ff now in The assortment comprises Broadcloth lnaterialsIISatinGranite CordLlopsRekings IIomespwn Whip I IDitpDeAnttaon JlapDcPlol11aiIe DripDePaterme Armnre Elain renetlan SlltltlPlUUCP ChevIots and Nayelelhl1a cud many other 4jaw breakers but not purse breakers Whether you wish to buy or not 1 we will consider it a favor to have you pass judgment on our selections s Our customers are still cH iug for R O corsets I 1I I fGlhe Mantono I HAS SEEN THE BEST NEW AND STYLES SHOWN IN C l J- I Ir r suit will have itman who orders anIe to his measure by the best concern in the it will cost less than would to pay for good clothes at any other tailors These that we know to exactly as stated and this is the reason we take orders for and We if you will have one Suit you will always wear clothes I H C INTERSTATE FAIR AT Tho first Interstate Fair over given iin the South willttakc place at the grounds of tho new Louisville Jockey Club Louisville Ky Sept 23rd and closing Oct Exhibits of all kind live stock poultry so rials and articles will be shown It is expected that every Southern state will bo in some of the departments Already tho fair has attracted attention and entries are being received every lay the various class es Live stocK exhibits will undoubt edly be the most complete ever seen in the South The Live Stock has offered Fifteen Thousand dollars 515000 in premiums and purses which has attracted entries from nearly ten states The Herefoid and Horn Record have added Five Thousand dollars to be added to tho amongthesehave also been offered for horses sh cap and swine f Rig line of Waist 1 in 1 and fancy colors Also bigg line of outings and Flnimelott for wrappers DlSNinp Saquo and Waistl I I I I I 1 hat inspected International Tailoring Cos and Winter of Samples LARGEST AND COLLECTION OF UPTODATE ANYWHERE AMERICA I International individual tailoring I worldand he have equally are facts be recommend INTERNATIONAL GARMENTSI are confident cc International made thereafter I AMBERG LOUISVILLE beginning 5 including manufactured represented for Committee Short Association pre Flnnncl plain The Fall Line THE considerably International U ADDITIONAL LOCALS Mrs Dr Horace Luton ot Fulton is visiting her mother Mrs C L Handle Call and see tho Now Embroideries Excellent values at SHAWS Mrs Annie Somers Gilchrist of Nashville authoress visited Hickman relatives this week Now Idea Patterns lOc atSIIAWS Mrs Louise E Boyd of National City California is visiting her cousin Mrs Emma Stephens For Tablets School Books Ink Pen cils Dd all school supplies call at I WILSONS BOOK STORE You cant do better You may do worse New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS Cuts and Braises Quickly HealedII Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise scald or like injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the part in less time than any other treatment Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Balm also euros rheumatism sprains dwelling and lameness For stle by Cowgill ifc Cowgill MUliES FOIL SALE I have 11 head of good young mules for sale ranging in price from SS5 to S1JJ5 Will sell for cash or six mouth time with good interest bearing notes Also 20 head of good stock cattlo for sale W S Henderson Hickmau Ky SUSPICIOUS NEGRO ON MR MARSH GLENNS FARM Union City Tenn Sept 10 =Some excitement was occasioned several miles north of town last evening by the suspicions actions of a negro A Mrs Sheffor who was alone at the home of her father John Hale saw a negro slipping towards the house When ho reached the back yard fence ho attempt ed to pull off a paihng Mrs Shelter became alarmed tau out of a door and to the home of Bob McGaugh about half a mile away where she gave the alarm The darky never saw her when she left and when the neighbors went nEgrohadcaptured but Mrs Shoffer was in such a frightened state at the time that she I failed to identify him so he was released llositie being made for him The negro isI neighborhood 7I Wrn IThe diuuers given by the ladies of church in the Court House yard during court wero well patronized and everything highly praised No Sir we have no washing or laundry soap but we have the finest as SoapinWilES you want a pleasant physic try tho new remedy Chamberlains Stom ach Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Sam pIes free atCowgills drug store Robinson Merrigan and wife havo been visiting friends in Hickman He reports that ho was married last November and that he is now living at Cambridge Mass and that W F Gey er and family are living at Cartersville 111 fiQTSee IT C Matson State Line for Crimson Clover Seed At Miss Ida Briggs a thoughtless young lady of Union City visiting in Harris l burg Ill made some remarks rejoicing over the attempt to assassinate Pres- identI McKiuiey and therefore a citizens committee ordered her to leave the town on first train amid hisses Such talk on her part was severely reprohen sible but was no doubt meaningless and unthoughtcd like many another silly girls talk and the action of the commit tee was alike silly and reprehensible Old School Books taken in trade Bring us all you have and wo will al low you all they are worth WILSONS BOOK STORE J IIcorset AMBERUSsN- isNsNw J BARRY AT KUCKNERS OLD SHOlfJ 3 make you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one r BLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED HORSESHOEING SPECIALTY f LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams c Customers served with courtesy and politeness Patronage solicited Telephone 19 ti lemmasI Cast Book Store i Splendid Selection of N W BOOKSSTATIONERY o STATIONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BEREKDES C- OOALY d COAL Pittsburj1Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY- ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris fc Son 0 tcr f I j 9 4t 4 = = = = a = = = =o JUST ONE WEEK MORE 41 fFINAL CLEAN= UP SALE I rr 41 r- AT I E ELLISONS r 41 = If youve been to one of our sales you knowrwhat they mean both to us and to you Weve piled all of our counters with all those goods which itiYtdont wish to carry over Lots of these are rgoodall the time many can be used for several = months to come and all are just as good next year = as this It pays us to sell them even for less than r they cost us rather than carry them to tr rirpay you st to rfthem now for much of it can be bought for about = thus making you 100 per cent on your investlment iNoto the prices but SEE THE GOODS for thoI prices convoy but n vague idea of tho real value f ttt rRemnant Sir = cwryUiiffTable Cae r Cottons Domestics Cheviot Percales TessrGoods Embroideries Laces etc nt much under = wtealrr tPepperell Wide Sheetings r Blanched nt 1SWC 4 Unblottohed lGc a4f rCaseCottons I2c EPercales 8c for lOc quality Table Linen 25c f for we oleo 4f EmbroiderieslrLengths1 to 5 yards worth double the price marked 4 4 nowr4C JrTowelsr= Good size cotton towels 4Cp= Large Cotton regular lOc values 8C IQPAny 25 cent Linen Towels now i v E NapkinsPure =Linen worth GOc now 48p75 cent grade now 59e = 8125 quality now 98C = rCounterpanes slightly soiled on outside ri Fancies Blues and Pink were 300 now 235 nowii198White wero 250 R Rp59cp4f 75 cent quality now 3 Shirt Waists Ir 325c buys the 35c grades 39cnow for any GOc Waist fII00for rsome that were 225 4fI= 1adiesllats =One lot Sailors and Trimmed Hats that sold up r 50Cr rOne lot that sold up to 8100 now ok rttr irKj V11 f= Ladies Wrappers =4f 50x r Wore 75 coats and 100 now C r 69cS E r Parasolsp4f Buy them for next season 4t 3 1l50for250kind 3i = I00for2oo grade rr 98C for15T quality =r rShoes and Slippers p + 79c Odds and ends Some were200 =p I r 75c for suppers that worD 125 p = L00for 150 grades r x i MensStiitsS ArII Wool Flannels E = zwere sir r 495 i I nglar El lrgradesS i Childs Suts9Se now for 100 kind 3Calico p 5c for boat 7c grades rr Art Work All Overs Ladies Neckwear rHandkerchiefsf Silks at Cut Prices 4 It impossible for us to mention everything but you will find wo are disposeSof these good at some price rather than carry them over It will pay fyoutoTiinvestigate HE SALE WILL LAST TWO WEEKS rirNoCouponS Given Duriug This Sale TERMS C- ASHELLISONS p i I3 HICKMAN KENTUCKY 30 i L = = = = = = = =c t i t N tHLIIITkE VISITORS i M AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS J f Paductheuteredschoolr Trenton1en USEi Grooms1agogdiedSaturdayMULES FOR SALEf toS64wHickman Ky pdsitioiidn weekforl Hickmanlate nearthatcheapri3lTHOMER GREEN eMisst visiting several weeks in Arkansas and other points has returned home i HOUSE FOR REST i MoultonStEmma Goldman the woman whose speeches Czolg sz says led him to at ij nrimerMr theFrenzlUg a gents furnishing store prettydaughterlCayceleftthisto enter school Wm Young Sam Wade Russell Hn and Curtis Henry went on th1GNashville excursion Thursday Also colored men took in the trip from Hick manDr Hugh E Prather of Louisville weekfyoung physician muy locate in Hick man rNew Idea Patterns IOc at SHVWS oHf some repute held forth m City Hall BaptistChnrchI issue Conrieir Mr J R Brown advertised farm for sale and found purchaser through the advertisement up in Illinois Mr Moore father of Attv F S Moor- effhcllicYntan H B Jt L A B 15t L Association meets next Thursday night 19th iin Courier building The Kentucky crop report for August which was issued recently state that late corn promises a fair yield The summery shows the condition to be Gl I per cent of an average cop The tobacco indications are 78 per cent of full crop The Clinton Democrat says thai County Clerk Samuels has decided that R B Flatt and not Mott lyres is the OountyClerkthe nominee The same paper says that the attorneys for Ayres will bring tissue pe before the Hickman County Circuit Court next week to compel Sam uels ts recognize Ayres as the nominee Circuit Court convenes at m daytbeconvention to consider the naming asso representHickmannext State Legislature No matter ho the Circuit Court decides as to t Democratic nominee it is certain the here will be an opposition candidate New Idea Patterns lOe atSHAWS Capt H A Tyler is haying an artesian well bored or what we all hope will1 prove to he artesian The steam boring machine is attracting much attention The object is to obtain water for his aqueduct and tlsh pond His fish pond with its solid rock masonry etc has already cost him several thousand dollars and is really beautiful in desi gnorand arrangements We have never seen anything of the kind in private ownership to anything like equal it We are agents for the best Laundry in Western Kentucky Wiil save 25 per cent on Collars and Cutis Shoe Store RICE S NAYLOR The Dickinson iis the name RUg gested by Prof H E Van Deman Special Representative of Horticulture of the PanAmerican Exposition for seedling apple produced by our county man D W Dickinson Prof Van Demau compliments tho flavor of t fruit aa also another variety of see ling of wine sap sent to the Exposition by Mr Dickinson So if the Agric tural Deportment at Washington shows that the name Dickinson is n already entered the new seedling tr r be so namedGEARLY FALL STYLES LADIES PINE SHOE THE SHOE STORE NAYLOrSpecial services will he held in the Methodist Church beginning next Su day week the fourth Sunday in thisI month and continue from day to da Rev R W Hood of Humboldt Ton will do the preaching The entire membership ot the church is urged laggardAttendfriends to attend and do everything you can for the success of the meeting Christians of other churches are cordially invited to help us Give usI the benefit of your presence yoarouprayers and your gift of song Let it be practically a union effortJ EvAJfa Ii FOR THE BEST A- NGROCERIES I 1If yr Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers cc Threlkelds UPTODATE GROCERY I WITTINGS OLD STAND Clinton Strdet J i C FRESH MEATS HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS EGTtBLISIi11 ISv TOM DILLON Sr Propr Successor B C Huge ilrcM Marble and Granite Monuments OURBING STONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENOING ctHiokman XVm iiA i1i Building t Material 1 I ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMii 1 2 sBEN ttI ctv Lime and Cement 12 1 Builders Hardware Paints Oils etc f ESTI1ftTESr11CHEERFULLYFURNISHED IFEEDSTUFFS Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etaIrIrt 11 L P WS o y m OUT OF DANGER The corps of Surgeons who have iJfeeii in attendance on President McK inlet now announce without resorvatio n tha 1the wounded president is now out ofr danger and that every indication now points to his speedy recovery THE McKINLEY ASSASSINATION This graat country is again shocLc by the terrible crime of the attempt to asaassmate its chief Magistrate andj ttthis time by a self confessed anarchist There are no words to describe the enormity ot the outrage and no punish ment too severe to be visited upon the hwiS aiders and abetters The anarchists aim to destroy all Government and foolish ly vent their brutal ideas of vengeance upon all Rulers whether Presidents Kings Emperors or Governors so the represent law and authority These people are as dangerous to all society as any wild animal that the people would shoot down on sicht for their own self protection The Courier is conservative and opposed to the un necessary shedding of blood in peace in war but these anarchists are pre cipitating conditions that mercy seems a mockery and nothing will save tile country from their terrible deeds but 1there wholesale destruction Lot be swept from tho face of the earth with such terror that they never again will disgrace the human family If ad equate laws do not now exist let the s LegtaheSDDWN AYRES II1CulMAN COUNTY DECIDES TO FLATTillprom Clinton Democrat coonS nounR of Hickmuu and Fulton countn nOI11Iwily1 and no lawyer that we have talked to interestetoin to say tha the name of Mott byres will be undo urthe Democratic emblem on the at the November election Steps will be takon by the attorneys of Met j Ayres to compel the County Clerk o Hickman county to place Ayres name the ballot as the Democratic nom inee for representative and there iis small question but what the clerk will iI have to do it JIII rJ f Goods Delivered Free l Telephone 74 to CIRCUIT COURT 1- h SECOND WEEKIS TO THE PEN r Business in the Circuit Court this lynch has been progressing well 13 con victions to the penitentiary and a con siderable number of civil cases tried and disposed of The grand jury returned GO indict ments and wero finally discharged WednesdayIn option cases and other fines the sentence was for hard labor Sc The court seems determined to breakup this class of ofTondmgs John Cooper violating option law fined S200 hard labor W H Colton petit larceny 5 months at hard labor Jo Allen carrying concealed weapons S25 fine and 10 days in jail The following convictions for tho pen itentiary were had since last report Dan Webb housebreaking 2 cases 5 years each ltyear Will Winston malicious cutting 1 yearAndy Walker malicious shooting 3 yearsJim Heard 2 years John Thomas malicious shooting 1 yearJohuOlds yearsdAnd the following cases continued Soup Williams for false swearing continued to nest term Harriet Araberg violating option law continued Will Watson manslaughter continued to 7th day next term The grand jury returned 60 indictments COURT HOUSE CONDEMNED condemnyfug court house as unsafe and unfit for use and that the county take steps to provide a new one Also that cells in county jail bo repaired 15 CONVICTS Tho were 15 convicis sentenced to tho you this term tho largest number inSthe history of the county The Sheriff leaves with theta tomorrow HAVItN a FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE StLouisL elforts to induce s hood class of iimmil continuoustoMauufncturinJSitessolicits the support the cooperation and the assistance of the people of every dcounty palThclmallagcmentall who orleasewater power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to Rivingthemust correspond with the prices asked doestpropose speculativetLarge tracts suitable for colonization wantedt t Industrial and Immigration Agent II F SMITH Traffc Manager NASHVILLE TENN I l 1- t i Ii POT OF GOLD A pot of gold containing an amount of the yellow metal worth something 20000 was found in aoverII mote precinct of Madison county Alabama Tuesday o last week by Frank Jacks a poor farmer The gold was hidden away in a spring which has been used for many years It is believed that the gold was hidden during the Civil War Jacks is a changed man since the find and has shown th jj treasure to only his intimate friendsEx A MISTAKE uThe following ludicrous mistake caused by a hello girl who made a misconnect ion occurred recently AJJ gentleman had called for t physician and was telllingJ J him how his wife was afHictc ed and asked him what lie1 had better do in a case of that kind The doctor was 1 beginning to reply when the telephone operator through mistake switched the hus band on to a machinist wh0this was giving instructions as to f repairing a boiler The 101f lowing conversation t00 ptprised if she were rusty in side Have you examineel her lately It might be weltl to wash her thoroughlywithl a strong solution of concen trated lye and then give her a good coat of paint If that dont fix her you had better get a new one After they have been in service as longII as she has they are not muchl goodanyway It took th M D some time to convince the irate husband he had no recommended the foregoing statement for his wife dA DEMOCRATIC CAPITALIST j President Ingalls of the Big Four railroad is the right sort of capitalist In a re cent interview he gave utterance to the following ringI lUg JOurJ t civilizedl1 1earthwith possibly the ex 1 ception of Turkey and some t of the Oriental countries The laws of ever State are different and by means of this large aggregations of capital avoid paying their share of the cost of govern menteVe are just learning it that a franchise tax is the easiest collected of any and probably one of the faires- d i1 ways of raising revenue Of a course those who manage cor porations will object as everybody does who pay i but nevertheless it is rightII I and proper Those that haveI the protection of the StateI should bear their share of th burdens haver always believed- in an income tax and have thought that tho decision of j the Supreme court against- the j constitutionality of such a tax the most unfortunate occurence of the age Ve should have a tax on all in comes large or small ex emii a moderate amount as Jim States exempt a cer j trip amount of property from execution and levy This i country is so rich that with a fair system of taxation andl economy in expenditure th I 1 rate will be so low that itI will not be so oppressive and1I thus we will encourage and1 protect our small property holders Working Night aNd Dar Tho busiest and mightiest little thing that over was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength liStlessness into energy brainfag into mental power They wonderful in bmilding up the health i Only 25c per box Sold by Cowgill Cowgill 1 S F II t r MULES FOR STILE I have Hhead of good young mules for sale ranging in price from SS5 to 8135 Will sell for cash or six month time with good interest bearing notes Also 20 head of good stock cattle for solo W S HendersonHirkman Ky CtilamilrfII Lately heron a railroad laborer writes Dr A KolJoLt of Willirord Ark His foot was badly crushed but luck Ions Arnica Salvo quickly= cured him Its simply wonderful for Barns Boil Piles and all strut eruptions Its th CnroguuninLteed 2 c Sold by Cow iII Cow2il1 FIRE AT WICKLIFFE ateWicklifTo ycstorday and five bondings wen noon licked up by tho flume The lire started a little after 12 oclock in tho residence of Mrs A O Elliot the cause of tho tire being a defective flue Tho flames spread rapidly to the n+ i loncosI of Mrs N H Shivell and Mrs c S Wright the drug store of IrW Bn 4J and tho post office all of which wore entirely destroyed Some of tho furniture was saved from the residences and a part of tho drug stock was carried out before tho Hr e reached the building lVery little insurance was carriedandI tho loss will fall heavily upon trio nn- J fortunate owners of the destroyed prop erty Wickliffo Democrat CHARLESTON TO HICKMAN The Hickninn Courier reproducedI the article from the Critic calling the attention of the people of Columbus to the projected railroad from Ilickman to Charleston which if built will termi nate the Green Lino traffic over the i1L O Railroad which is transferred place The Courier made atII following continent on tho Uritic article tokassured fact It is the key to a great transMississippi connection long ex disappointedIf I make some effort to defeat this diver sion of the N C C St L Ry western freight interest the blame will bo their own for we have advised and it may not be too late to take some action Columbus Critic ONLY 10 YEARSiMPRISOfJMENT1 Washington Sept DThore is noj law for the punishment of attempting the life of the president of the United t aelaw has been discussed in congress but nothing has been done Tho president I andtj Ins murder or an attempt on his life is punished as would be the murder or the i attempted murder of any other citizen Should this assault upon the president prove to be a murder the murderer would be executed either by the laws of New York or the federal statutes for the District of Columbia but shouldl the president recover the charge brought against his assailant would be assault with attempt to commit murder In New York where this would bet assassin must be tried the severest penalty for assault with attempt toI commit murder is ten years imprison while in the District of Colum the penalty for the crime is im from seven to twenty ears The assault having been within the jurisdiction of New York tho wouldbe assassin can receive no great penitentiaryforcommitted in Washington the assailant could be sentenced to twenty years imprisonment at hard laborEx un CHAMIJERLAIXS COUGH REMEDi A GREAT FAVORITE The soothing and healing qualities of this remedy its pleasant taste its prompt and permanent cures have made a favorite everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for croups colds and whooping cough andtast rug it may be given as confidently to baby as to an adult For sale by Cow gill Cowgill Illinois Central Railroad- OF INTEREST TO StOq eo ps sFREE TRANSPORTATION TO AT TEND THE ANNUAL MEET ING AT CHICAGO 1The next annual meeting of tho stock holders of the Illinois Central Railroadl Company in Chicago on Wednesday purj fee Books will be closed for the close o r business on Sept 21 to the morning of October 17 For this meeting there will be issued to holders of ono or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as registeredl on the books of the company a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over tho Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central nearest his or her registered address to Chicago and return for the purpose of attending iin person the above meeting of stockhold ers Such ticket to bo good fur tho journey to Chicago only during fonr days proceeding and the clay o jonrneey o tussling and the four days immediatelyi following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that is to say between 000 a m andi CltA p min the office of the Assist ant Secretary Sir W G Brueu in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any registered holder of stock on application in writing to the President of Company in Chicago Each application must state the full name and address oI tho stockholder exactly as given in his or her certificate of stock together with the number and date of such certificatet iJNo more than one person will be curie j free in respect of way one holding o- r0 f stock as registeredfou the books of the Company A G HACKSTAFF 012 Secretary pJ Iif IIM rye Mtd Augustt eLIOF SPECIAINTERESTI I But this is the month that njost work the finish to many Special lines and there lore ofdeeirablgyliLm9 under quiest marching orders hire Want the decks cleared everything io hlllU for the arrival result of the fall ralueatThese wereg tn tonifCJ our profits to reach thin purticnlnrlyt comers a t Jr 4 ==7= = == === TIN SAFES I 25rI EXTENSION hININ 75tII- OOBTJBSR SEAT DINI ttJ 1aatCIIAI 650 I I IL STHPHHAS SMITH J The Shortest Route to Texas One t reason why travelers to Texas go via Cairo and the Cotton Belt Routei- s that the Cotton JBeltVfrom twentyfive to fifty miles shorter than ther routes kt tiphis saving in distance HS makes a corresponding say- ss Ji Ijng in time t Cotton Belt trains catty Pullman t Sleepers at night Parlor Ciffe Cars 1 during the day and Free Chart Cars nIghtpwhere you are going and when you wtn leivi and to l we will tell you the exact cost of a eta tictcet and send you a complete r schedule for the trip We will also v Qsend you an Interesting little book Trip to Texas a fIdID WIlr TPI Cairo Ill ws WWLCHf Ii Paat1I SLlDIIls J un 1114 1 i AWAGON C ur UlttnI =C O teO- tH10XLAN KEJSrIUOKY VITALITY POWERHEALTH RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERVOTABLETS usTroublesnndquickrorultst werefurtheNatural VItAlItyrnan nUy Rol VU TabletsI skillful nml learned rcsoarrh In classaferlaevery time used They bfirin at the sent orthe license and net ou the Liver Kidneys and Rowels clean inx th entire sytm from impurities ilCAIr and nt tho saint time tonic MEtJand WOMEN strong and robustTheysurely nnd oodTiredsuchKnSnt heywillands of Testimonials IHltour h t way is to try them We refund the money If n guru is not PricedLoutavillaJlllIi iMA11l BIH KENTUCKYfCapital Stock paid in50000Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Business Loins Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants aujl Manufacturers respectfully solicited or thefMosier Patent Screw Door Safe dhasnever yet heeii QpiSncd by Burglars RT TYLERI President fei 1 W C JOHNSON Cashier U A IIOLOO TBB VrcePreaulenU S A BBRG Asst Cashier 2 r iif ff tIdJJIo arr XinsiW Here Mr U E Smith tho tiniior thoroughly competent and skilled is now with R B retard Roofing and all Kinds of Tin Work Give him a call R B BRKVARD 4 1IMPORTANT- For the next 550 days w will offer a Lin of IFIIIP ynrroys at 1000 lless than rrfjular iItrknnd on Easy Terms We are over stocked on these goods E E REEVES Co- IIickmon Ky nwrtwrawrtsaua tppammawz Buggies Buggies Buggies for the big and the little the rich and the poor Wo hava prices that ax in teach of everybodyE CO- Hicknuut Ky nrriirr rnaw3C P7VfNi0 rniTiTiiTirmiia NOTICE As the assignee ot n So Murroll I lava this dry made a settlement with fi CountyCourtOctober 1901 move the court for a i1 final discharge of said case This Aug 12 lyoi W P TAYLOR 8lGit Assignee rocttzsla3nrvaca uwauaaormws suatia NOTICE All parties indebted to the estate of Arthur King deceased are rospecttully notified to please come forward and settle up and all those holding claims against stud estate arc notified to file requiredbylJ02 or the same will be barred J J C BONDURANT Admr of Arthur King F S M Bank s a W l r r A IHave You Noticed t The amount of fine Bugles and Harness that E E Reeves Co have sold this Spring If not just cast your eye around and sec see them It will surprise you but if you will call and lookat his stock of Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so they are uptodate in overy thingI in that line and soil thorn very lowest prices Call and see us at Uiekman EiE1 Reeves Go i International Stock Fooff 3 Feeds For Ic YOU HAVE HEARD OF INTER NATIONAL STOCK FOOD HAVE YOU TRIED IT It is sold on a positive guarantee If it does not do what is claimed for it your money will bo refunded Now is tho time to use it as Spring is approaching and your horsas system undergoes a change We will not lengthen this advertisement but for the next 30 days will give theINTERNATIONAL 310 Tt B J JK illustrated with ovar 1ST Lirgo Colony1 Engravings that cost upwards of 33 00000 to prodnoj Book is Qjti by Gtt 16 in contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry contains a 1inoly Illustrated Veterinary Department It will save you hundreds of dollars as a practical reference book This book tells all about International Stock Food i You get it with a package or food if you buy inside of 30 days from mo personally J A MCCLURE BIG Troy Ave Hickmau Ky Orders Loft at Shaws Dept Store will rooeivoprompt atto ntion =CURED OF CHRONIC DIARRHOEA l I suffered for thirty years with diar rhoea and thought I was past being cured says John S Holloway of French Camp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered so much that I had given up all hopes of recovery I was so feeble from trio ef fccis orthe diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor couldnt even travel but by accident I was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who suffer as I did tt For sale by Cow il1 Cowgill w U I1rl F S MOORE ATTORNEY AT L A WH- ICKHA EVTDCKf Office partner of Judge H F Remley Horse Klioe Barber Shop In the new Lacicde Hotel where can be found rood barbers polite and ready to servo you Good work clean towels keen razors Well try to please you J H HICKS HR Ivr r ItoL DRS K DAVIDSON JentistHICKMANfKDNTUOKY Ogee over Oowgill Oowgilla Druir more C4 1 O B EAKEE reaepat Grocer Powell Block Clinton St Having purchased the Grocery Stock of J J C Ooniliiranl wouM be pleased lo lava nil old friends to call Fresh Goods and Choice Uir niue 11 F Ttemlcy Toe W I3euuelt- ti BENNETT REMLEY t = r ATTORNEYS ATLAW = Will practice in all Courtsespeciallyrthe Courts of Ilickman and Fulton coun ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Kemleys in Ilickman 3t ortt JD CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pleasure in trying to please you than we old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL OUOWELL u IPAINT8 1 i ANn PAINTS i At OowgillsW- ehave just received a largo shipment of Mixed Paints Collier Strictly Pare White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brands on the mark- etCowgill I E EI Cowgill 1 DRUGGISTS 1 CA RUT HER Sf1f1f1f f 1CONFECTIONERY I 1 1 JCI J CONFECTIONERIESCLINTONSTREET J STREETtHICKMA KENTUCKY 1 1Il INSUREIN THE 0 J 1 mTUA 11 mmmlTI L1FJ 11 mum mlJERSEYEstablishedl tefitt 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS Beginning with Second year which may be used to reduce premiums or in policra specified and gradually diminishing age 2 CASH LOANS Available at any time after two years premiums have been paid 3 NO RESTRICTIONS As to residence travel or occupa tion after two years i 4 INCONTESTABLE Aftei two years 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN EFIOIARY INSURED After premlmri for the full amount for as long ape providedtwoAll this taken in connection with the s strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its largo dividends com alldesiringEXAMINE IT and you will be CON r SPEOIMENPOLiCIES mtonnationR T TYLER AGf 1 1 t t 1J 1 t A GLOWING REPORT a Anj Indiana Man Compare AVtiterm Canada with tkt United States AVnat Mr Frank Fisher a Prom c inent Dunkard HUH to Say lifter m Trip Through Canada s atiy Ottawa has just received from Mr E T Holmes the Agent of the Government stationed at Indianapolis Indiana the following letter which requires no comment It is only necessary to state that Mr F Fisher the writer of the letter is one of the most prominent of the Dunkards and a man upon whose word the utmost reliance can be placed His home is at Mexico Indiana and he will be pleased to substantiate verbally or in any other way all that he says in his letter Anyone desiring information apply to nearest Canadian Agent whose addresses are here given DlockDetroitJames Grieve Sault Ste Marie Mich- J S Crawford M West Ninth street Kansas City Mo Benjamin Davies 1tHI East Third street St Paul Minn Y T 0 Currle Room 12 B Callahan block 203 Grand avenue Milwaukee Wlc bulldlllGChlcaW V Bennett SOI New York Life build ing Omaha Neb W H Rogers Watertown S D DesMolnesJ H M Parker KM Chamber of Com merce Duluth Minn 1 E T Holmes Room 0 BIG Focr build- Ing Indianapolis Ind Joseph Young Cl State street Colum LUll O To my many friends I am pleased to make a report to ytiti of the pleasant visit my wife and I had in Western Canada We visited the territories of Alberta Assiniboia and Saskatchewan and found them far surpassing our imagination but little did I expect to find such rich loamy soil so much of it and so uniform in its level prairie lay Itlo think the soil of Canada as a rule equals if not ex eels the finest prairie farm lands of Indiana These lands are immense in their richness and when once the sod iis rotted and pulverized it is as pliable and as easily cultivated us In- diana4 sandy soil J Western Canada from my point of view offers as tine opportunities for mixed farming as any place in my knowledge The long sunshiny days together with the rich soil produce veryifinci wheat oats barley flax and other cereal products There is nuarcely any attempt to raise corn except early varieties for table use The ells l is too short to depend upon maturing field corn From the r standpoint of getting this land ready for the plow I must say that I never saw such a vast extent practically t nil ready so all that one has to do is to hitch up the plow and go to work This is not the case with all the Canadian land however some of it has quite a bit of timber much of itjmnjvbe called brush land and Bome of it has lovely forest groves dotted here and there thereby c- oyIerfiig a hundred and sixty acres f hayo no count try excelsI asa grazing or ranching country because they have such ricli grdss having an abundance of rain to keep it fresh They also Lace plenty of water streams and as a rule water may be reached at a depth of from 20 to 40 feet From this you set there can be plenty of hay mown fort winter feeding and I have hail reliable farmers to tell me that their stock will feed on hay alone and be ready for market in the spring Upon inquiring about the expense of raising a steer a farmer replied that he did not consider it would cost any more than 400or SGOO to de elop a threeyearold steer- I truly think Canada offers a fine opening for a young man or a man who is renting land in Indiana One hundred and sixtyacrcs of blackoland will cost you only 1000 at the time you enter it and by plowing and cultivating five acres each year for three years gives you one hun dredan l sixty acres of good land for 1000 This land can lie bought from the Hailroad Companies private cor porations or the Government for 300 to 400 per acre From a financial standpoint I believe that for a series of jcars five A young man can make 1000 In Canada whereas he would only make 3100 here and I feel sure that I spent more money to get my eighty i acre farm in White County Indiana cultivated than it would cost me to cultivate eight hundred acres in Can ada This may seem a strong view to take of the matter but when you take into consideration the clearing ditching fencing and the expensive breaking in of the stumps and then i compare the expense to that of land rillor exaggerated statement as you might at first think1 1Ienjoyed the balmy breezy atmosphere which was bracing and refresh ing and the cool nights which made itRO pleasant for sleep On making inquiries regarding the winters in this country I learned r that the people never suffer from the cold as the weather is dry nnd invigorating and in a great many places farmers and herders allow their i stock to run outside the year round One great advantage to the settlers In Western Canada is the free cream eries established by the Government nnllrnn exclusively in the interest of the farmer I visited Thomas Daley n farmer near ldmontnnAlbcrtn who showed I x xancoats he had raised some of which ii took the first prize at the Paris Kx juiKition last year The same yielded 110 bushels to the acre in 1S99 i t Iolirstruly FRANK FISHER KsldcoIcd i 48 j DISAPPEARED MYSTERIOUSLY Document Relating to the SpauUn War Have Conveniently Been bust to View The politicians who are running the republican party are having piled up against them a good deal of evidence that they are not only the greatest troaAftry looters that the United States leas ever been cursed with but that they are also guilty of pillaging the government archives to accomplish their ends Evidence of this was lately published and the Washington Times says It was developed yesterday that all of the Secret correspondence of the signal corps of the army relating to the Spanish war has mysteriously disappeared from the files of the war de partment Among the missing docu ments is a dispatch from Col Allen to Gen Creepy announcing the pres ence of the Spanish fleet in Santiago harbor This message it is said was immediately communicated to Sampson who allowed 11 days to elapse before taking any steps to meet the situation As the original of this communication and the oiHcial in droseiiieiits which may have been made upon it are very necessary for Admiral Schleys counsel to see per haps the public need not be sur prised to know that it has been putout of tht way The excuse is offered at the de partment that possibly Con Greely thief of the signal corps deliberately nay have destroyed the records with a view of concealing the names of persons used in the secret service tTrRtsRdalla I SANTOSDUMONT ABLE TO THIS EIFFEL TOWER of the States Hut nobody will be deluded by any such sub lrfuge If Gen Greely had done a of that kind it would be a mat ter of public record and his reasons thud authority for the act would be spread upon the files of thetdupart inent lie is conveniently in the Phil ippines and will not return until November 1 so there are several weeks during which the onus may be laid upon his shoulders problematically All the same the American people will conclude that the signal service records have been stolen for a pur pose as many public records have been stolen or falsified for various but always infamous purposes during the past few years One would think that the Samp son scandal hind become too hot for even time administration to bear and that it wouldtlo something in the line of an attempt to convince the country that it is no longer an active party to the conspiracy against the victor of Santiago It would better make the effort before it is too late because every day now adds to the proof that a plot has been hatching ver since August 1SSS to rob Admiral Schley of his laurels and transfer them to Sampson the ran of the Matanas mule- PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS the PennsJhnnin democratic platform Boss Quay probably wired every one of his 80 000 repeaters to be on hand early in November for emergent business Albany Argus The dense ignorance of Mr MeKinleys attorneys general on the question is one of the most marvelous naturaijlphenonena of modern times As inn eighth wonder of the world it can be distanced if at all only by the strange and pe culiar fortune of President McKin icy and Senator Hanna in learning their names and addresses and in ducing them to accept the position of enforcer of time antitrust laws Omaha WorldHerald There has been a very pronounced division among republicans upon the action to be taken toward the tariff during the next session of congress The Babcock element seems determined to remove the tar iff from trustprotected goods The Hanna crowd is equallyI determined that there shall be no tampering xvjth the Dingle measure These two cliques are indulging ina furious mudslinging contest The democrats ire as one in favor of thrift reform Indianapolis Sentinel t DANGEROUS AND VICIOUS The ItannaFrje Ship Snbuldy Hill Illirlit lit Lute with Bobber rruIO h Wherever you find an honest news paper free from the control of the monopolist it is opposed to the lt uuaFrye ship subsidy bill The Philadelphia North American says of itooln spite of his failure to persuade or to bully flu senate into parsing his ship subsidy bill lat winter Senator Frye has summoned some of his friends to meet him in Boston the bitter part of this month fur the purpose of laying plans for a fresh assault on the States treasury hlf the republicans of the last con gress hud been in favor of the policy of paying 0000000 a year to half a score of ship owners the Fryt bill would have been a law before now Asa matter of fact Senator Frve lost ground the more he labored He was never able even to bring his bill to a vote and there was open IltiCuction among sonic of the republican senators at his discomfiture TIlt bill was so vicious in principle and so danger ous in tendency opening the way as It did for a succession of special bounty schemes that party leaders while courteously silent in debate felt thankful that they hud been saved from a serious political blunder Discussion of the provisions of the Frye bill has thoroughly informed the public of its real purpose A renewal of the attempt to push it through con gres4s will be a dangerous experiment Agntiust this active in 11 nonce of the clique of favored individuals who hope lMnvn 1CuwvAl V yl WHAT PRESIDENTIAL WILL BE EN CIRCLE POLITICAL United thing Aterreading trust United to be made beneficiaries of the govern ment wit be arrayed the great massof honest public opinion which resents the singling out of a small number of profitable concerns for special regard at the expense of all the taxpayers Senator Frye is doing the republican party a great disservice endeavoring to foist upon it in the guise of general legislation a bill drawn in time interests of a bare handful of prosperous ship owners SOME BRYAN TRUTHS Texts for Nntloiml Life Which Should He Pondered by the tic ItuIiIIeniiM William J Bryan in his late speech at Galesburg 111 told some plain truths as he always does that should be pondered by all his fellow citizens when he said Nations should be judged as we judge men Thomas Jef ferson staid the same thing Franklin elucidated the saute truth when he said a nation is only u great rang We must apply to nations the same princi ples as to the individual I believe it to be right for men to be ambitious tube great and influential There are two ways One can try to make his neighbor think us he does A quarrel may result So much time will be spent in coercion that there tis no good done There is a better way and that is to live so well to do so well that the neighbor cannot find anything better to do I am oing to show how as a nation we should apply this principle 1 am going to give you a text for our national life It is this M5e not over come of evil but overcome evil with good I know of no other way to ex I terminate evil Then Let your light so shine 1 know of no other plan for overcoming save with good lletting your light shine There is no philosophy outside of the Bible that will take its place It Iis proper for man to be great Bin how shall he be great You republicans cannot get around the Bible In the convention in the Bible as to who was to be chief the answer was that he who was to be chief of an must be the servant of all Service is the measure of greatness Mark Hanna has been sowing in the republican spots of the south not dragons teeth but bank notes confidently expecting them to rise up in men armed with credentials to the next republican national convention Such votes have nominated candi dates for president but Mark ought to remember that later on they are not represented in the electoral col lege the right war Chicago Chron idle tAJ1lnh ylnlon John1WUliteveninglr You see dear it was eo m3Sti more interesting to hear what the motherthiatobajto say about the servants that I staid toBosoniff Elements of Uroutnri toldhuto make aretIlonestyEndJidertbJJtllrkke ofhi higaywordChicaF In n Class All Alone ftf What kind of a woman is that beau t SwiftSheWellwith one exception she males every man she meets sorry that he isnjt husbandknd ChicagoDailyr Mo Your beet Ache nod Iluriif shake into your shoes Allens FootEase NewSh6esItchingWits1If S Slotowsc dress Allen S Ohn ted Le Roy X Y Fashion New Fad What is the nature of this newfnncled-1 Jlu which they call the tf golfing spine f I eBtlYGd tol + e after a hard days plowing but he called it the bachacheN y Times G1bb My wifes going around with clipon her shoulder today Chubb Ijat so lbLoYes she found onto s my pocket this morning Philadelphia Press sos Cure cannot he too luirbly spoken of ThirdAd 4 ajyet he cracked a joke Well Atjfl there WitS nothing in itl1CllaOllPlata Dealer 1 HoxHleB Croup Cure Thellfe saver of children No opium 50 cU Sjne remarks would be more retnnikable it lleTt unmade Chicago Daily News Ilftlf an hour is aU the time required t dyer With PUTNAM IFADELESS DYES Heye poems should always be bound iin calf Guicago Diiiy News MAHKUT HKPOUTS Cincinnatii Sept 9 I CATTW5 Common 2 40 a J 60 Extra butchers 4 75 5 00 CALVF IKMIra tv 6 iO- IJOClS Selert shi Krs 0 vO li 95 Mixed puckers 0 GO fy 0 5- 5SIIEEIExtra 3 10 lu 31 23- LAM15S Extra 4 3O it 5 23- JLODU Sprinjr pat 3 SO 4i 4 15 lDUTXo 2 ml f a1i9 COll Xo a uiixid ul 57V7 OAJiSNo 2 mixed If 57V- JJV HXo i u 5G- ILA Ch timothy tr13 M- 1flUKI Familyrlii O- QCItPtt gumn U 0- tfhRflIL dairy ct 12 I Choice creamery o 2- alPLISIer bra 1 50 1 f1 2 00 rOTATOIiS 2 75 2 90 Street Jotntoesi 20 C i 2 03 TOBACCO Xev S 05 4I 9 S3 Old 11 25 ft13 00 Clticnio FLOUK Yin potent 3 40 i7 3 50 11I1E3afNo 2 red 70 ft 70 i No 3 spring Cii IG- COIlNNo 2 5C il 37 OATS Xo 2 34t yscEI 35 Ya 55yjOKK2 LAUD Steam 040 9 421 s New York PIOUnWin patent S CO a 3 S3 703iOliXOATS Xo 2 mixed g 3S UVEWertcrn 55 ci 5i iOHK Family 16 75 i17 00 JAKD Steam a 9 75 Hnltlmore WHEAT No 2 red 73iu 731Vt JI2tOHXXo OATS No 2 mixed 37lv 3s PATTLE iiutchers 5 00 ui 5 2 HOGS Western G 75 G SO t loulllIIIt WHEAT No 2 red a 7- 1COINNo 2 mixedIr GIJ OATS No 2 mixed ai371d i VORK Mess TD15 00 LARD Steam i9 00 liiilluiiniioll ICIIEATNo 2 red 70- CORNNo 2 mixed iii 55 OATS No 2 mixed J 3jj A METHODIST BISHOP GIVES PERUNA GREAT CREDIT i r11 = I + i BISHOP GRANT OP INDIANAPOLIS J I Bishop A Grant of Indianapolis Ind + rift the following letter Indianapolis Indiana t 1349 N Pennsylvania Street f Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 Gentlemen I have been using Pe runa for catarrh and can cheerfully rec ommend your remedy to anyone who wants a good medicine A Grant clergyaare giving Peruna their unqualified en durst vent These men find 1eruna especially adapted to preserve them from catarrh of the vocal organs which has always been the bane of public speakers and general catarrhal debit ity incident t t the sedentary life o j the clergyman Among the recent ut terances of noted clergymen on the curative virtues of Peruna is the above one from l3i hop Grant WINCHESTER black because by brands of shot Try them FH + tx+ li JI I1 BBY S i Mince i MeaL tenwh1 i si 1 or I iJL In our mammoth Ttkitchen ve employ a chef ff T who Is an expert in mak i p tpits site has VI fof making all of jling 1 ts Mince Meat He j floldmf Itt enough for large plcsofYoull never use kind again I Libbys Atlas of the World with 33 1 maps sire Sxn inches sent any y where for xo cts in stamps Our Book T f let to Make Good Things to 4 t freet I i i i iiTo any llttJe girl who will send ns 1O cents with tlio Dam RAG and addressesI of 3 little wdwillctIir YOitlfDOI LS best by T t77 Y LAUQIST Kurwry TftTREES fret We PAY CASU STARK l at Mo Dunl1lc N Y Etc drugJg wont caw Hook references FKEE Dr II Jf WOOLUUV ISox U Uu nn f tf dlIbilltf IInd ndowhood P r any U S S rtlre IJIWS FIIE lnJlcCUKJIICK A CUtUtiU U JI CURED BY GNDY tA1KAprte Writes His Recommendation for the Famous Catarrh Remedy Peruna The day was when men of promi nence hesitated to give their testimonials to proprietary medicines for pub lication Thus remains true today of Ilroprietan medicines But Peru ua has become so justly famous its merits are known to so many people of high and low station that none hesitates to see his name in print recom mending 1eruiia The following letters from pastors who use 1eruna speak for themselves Rev E G Smith pastor the Presbyterian Church of Greensboro Ga writesMy little boy had been suffering for some time with catarrh of the lower bowels Other remedies had failed but after taking two bottles Peruna the trouble almost entirely disappeared For this special malady I consider itwell nigh a speoificIevEGSutithR- ev A S Vaughn Eureka Springs Ark says 1 had been prostrated by congestive chills and was almost dead as toon as able to be about I com menced the use of Peruna I took five bottles my strength returned rapidly and I am now enjoying my usua- lhealthItevA S Vaughn If you do not derive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Peru na write at once to Dr Hartman giv hug a full statement of your case nail jhr will be pleased to give you his van advice gratis 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troubles Dont be tin- ahappybuy box today All druggists JOc 25c 50c Write for health booklet and free sample Address Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York tI s- tj JISH h J i t The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher DICKMAN KENTUCKY 1 1901 SEPTEMBER 1901 s so XOK SELL TOJirara1 nu I ar 1 23 4567 I 8 91011121314 151617181920121 22 23 24 25 2p 27128 29 30 I rOGOCr0000G0 f CURRENT TOPICS I Oklahoma has harvested a whcai crop of 30000000 bushels l cotnbinIsThere were 5500000000 cigars sot 1 In the United States last year Prof W H Mace has declined n position in the Chicago university Gen Wood has been made a member of the academy of science in Havana England now has seven admirals of the first tieet and nine field mar tlials Miss Henrietta Homeier of Ingle eidc L I dislocated her jaw chew ing gum Eggs of flies taken as food is said by an Illinois scientist to be respon Bible for epileptic fits Lord Roberts never smokes drink but little and is said to be most tem perate in his language During the last thirty years more than 2000000 Germans have cmigrat ed to the United States rtThelargest wroughtiron pillar ia It Delhi in India It is sixty feet high and weighs seventeen tons Of fiftysix glaciers observed it 1S97 thirtyfour were found to be de creasing while five were stationary and twelve were increasing There are forty counties In Tcxa which have to seek legal advice out Ride their limits as they have not a single attorney of their own Goust is1 the smallest republic in the world in point of ari It is i the Pyrenees is GOO acres in extent has 130 inhabitants and was estab lished in 1G4S The Pope pays a daily visit to the little menagerie in the Vatican gar lens where he rewards the parrots 1 loyal cry of Vive il Popa with a lioubl9ration i A telegram from Ponta Delgada states that the international meteor ological observatory in the Azore was inaugurated by the sing of Port ugal on July 10 Herbert Crowbie Howe for a num ber of years secretary to I Fchurman of Conicll university has been appointed professor of English at the University of Oregon France with 21 gallons a head is the greatest consumer of wine the United States with half a gallon ahead yearlyI the smallest Engliso people average a fraction more A movement has been startedI c Sbt Louis for the raising of a fund of r 20000 for a bronze monument iin honor of the late Archbishop len rick t The method of canceling postage stamps in vogue throughout the world was instituted by the French government in 1830 but was not adopted until comparatively recent yearsThomas G Slmughncssy who suei ceeded Sir William Van Horne as pres ident of the Canadian Pacific railway nystem entered the services of tbs t road as a general storekeeper as late as 1SS2 Work is almost completed on the statue of Gen John Egan Hoxvard the Maryland soldier and it is c xin He2nt in the autumn utI tired in his state clothes he is a most gorgeous ruler He wears gems worth 12000000 which sparkle in h crown on his epaulets in his girdle and in his cults For every man woman and child In this country there is an average of two farm animals There n about 10000000 each of sheep an swine about 45000000 cows and other cattle and about 16000000 horses and mules Curse cards are being used in Swit rcrland and Germany to check profanity People go aboit with t cards in their pockets and whenever they hear bad language present one to the swearer to sign The card has printedon it a pledge to obstain from swearing for a specified ttm oatit1 i these curds Lave been distributed in Switzerland alone Judge James Humphrey who died B few days ago at his home in Wcy mouth nights Mass was the old active judge on the bench of Massa i chusetts lIe was born in Weymouth ou Jan 20 1819 He was appointed to the bench in 1SS2o The maids of honor of the Empre reeruitexf from the daughters of superior ofil cers of high court functionaries and educated at special schools where they are surrounded with the rigid etiquette in which their future lives I must be passed The pupils are sH t ti tressedr alit a in plain black fI fIii L a NEGOTIATIONS OFF Last Efforts to Settle the Big Steel Strike Have Failed The SciitlOfllvinl Report IK That the I Uuttr or Arrniiint Fur n Settle nitlit flits Left With Ircxl dent Theo J Shaffer Pittsburg Pa Sept 10The last efforts to settle the steel strike have failed The general executive board of the Amalgamated association ad journed Monday evening without date and without either accepting any of the peace propositions which have come indirectly front the Init ed Status steel corporation or making any counter propositions according to the official statement The yemiollicial report is that tepropohifion secured for the Amalgsi mated association through the inter vention of the representatives of the National Civic Federation was unsat isfaetory and that the entire mutter of arranging for a settlement wa left with President Theodore J Shaf fer The hoard in its sessions of three guys has been clamoring for a settlement but satisfactory terms and means were not at hand and the sessions resolved themselves into an informal discussion of the situation At the close of the meeting of theI national executive board Monday evening President Shaffer declared that lie hall no statement to make but subsequently saiduTIli boardI Isis ndjourned and the ont aftnwt members will probably leave fur their homes Monday night JCo peace prop osition has been received and none made Still later he added that ho or r other member of the board would1 go to Now York during the nightto submit u peace proposition snying that he xvould be at headquarter as usual Tuesday The meeting of the board did not adjourn in high good feeling ye the members of the board WIll averse to making statements supplemental to that of President Shaller It was stated by some of the mem trnemeat had left matters practically a theyveer before the meeting lud been enlled and that the strike mist go on as before leaving arrangements throughn a coxete l1l direct conference between the ivprewntivtiveH of the Iniitinl States steel corporation and Prcsi dent ShalTcr THE GRAND ARMYt The Tlttrtj Iirth Kiniimi iiir iit tit thetVl rin t nt Ql v luiiil thisiIKiiulIvully neun Cleveland 0 Sept 10Thc on equipment ion The public quarters eommiltee had assigned nearly 1001 I y preriautl y the numberI of army posts whiehI wire nt the schonlhoiiscR it was esti mated by the committee that at least 15001 strangers are within the city This somewhat exceeded thc expect t HUll of time commit tee An invitation to tLc vice president to review the G A IL parade Wednesday stud the renewal of the one to time cabinet members makes complete practically the arrangements of the executivel committee The city is magnificently decorat ed Till public square is filled with while columns1 connected by banners streamers and garlands of green au will be lighted by 11000 intuulc tcrl bulbsI made into attractive designs chief of which are emblems of army corps or l1 U posts WAGON STRUCK BYA TRAIN et lark Yln Wore In time Vehlele Wtri Curried or n aleck m the Illol of the HiiKliie rChicago Sept l0ccvrn persons a wagon veer struck at a crossing of the Baltimore Ohio railroad at Sixtythird and Loomis streets Mot day night Two girls xxho worn in the xxagon were carried for a block on the pilot of the engine stud escaped uuluti shut terribly frightened Antthe others were injured and Mrs N Aardona sold Catherine lloniecril1 may die Vrnr Ior nn Cznr reParr assidsination ni the czar of 1nssia during hisAvisit toI Krause has seized the oili dais til 1 Europe since the attempt1 on the lire of President McKinley J widespread search for anarchists of prheo gIeP grade Ilicotniilliiieiitiiry Iteninrkn Topeka Kan Sept 10 Mayor hitches Monday night discharged U1 pothcc yofPresident MeKinley preidlntk Illcd n ItsivttiK Xlniilnc Nirsoman an insane farmer who had been uider a delusion that the people xvere trying to Ilynch him for ln murder of President McKinIey died chit jassi 1 II ssdonday SleArthurw Heeentinn ToMtiioned Washington Sept 10Thl tear Ie partment xvas notified Monday that tilt proposed reception at Milwaukee 1flponed on account of the Shooting o the president SHORT OF FUNDSI Coloialtlnx Kliuiiiclnl Strait Are Ex Irvine toltheColon Sept 9Time State battleship Iowa arrived at Panaam Saturday j Colon Sept G via Kingston Soft j nsor1nndforwardec1 point to obtain funds The Colom liian pupa is now worth less Than three cents and gold continue tO clghtriEErrcntsympathize with the revolution and err opposed to the present gOEm OJtfccounti t of tuxes and imposts and other Sx atious efforts to raise money This financial distress coupled with thjS tent of time revolution which monJln aril becomes more threateniij this being especially the case inlfhe Venezuelan entanglement it is As sorted constitutes the strongest rea sun why Colombia can not go to iWar with Venezuela with any hope ofsjjc ipTheOl financial betterment and the people1 become daily more burdened Forced loans are common and their dailnre eurrenee iis expected In some csc pcgllfIIdfor these loans and in other craes no security is given TheI continua tion of rush pincreaseprolongation of the Jpresent situafionI will it iis believed increase the iSuer J 1The1he u ihae olicial employes seems strong etlojfigh 1to prolong the present situation lIt to denl IDs rcvoluton a eifsh jing effect he blow Time j nill strengthen the rebels posfijon throughout the country but inth acttj l leaders The government today owes the 100 troops on the isthmus i000 inj gold in bnelc pay Kuports are again in cireulatloHthat the liberals are concentrating at hart ut on I he Pacific eonst 13 mills north of Panama Similar re ports have been current for tech I past r Kingston lnmian Copt 04TJic royal steamer Para from CiOIIt ro ports rebel activity in the rieigKVor isij J greports has tuketklnlacQ at Itocns del Toro The goer 1Jflcnl rtpnlsethctics of their intention to attack olon within a fortnight The goverjlnieut t V s conUiiimlly moving tToOIl1iJAlipattin rebel tiilvninvn Trade co tiSSes almost paralyzed n TWO TRAINS COLLIDE IIrSoren Men Kllleil mnl Tlirri O tierx Seriously Injured on tin Non Ii era IlioIIIc fund Jamestown X IX Sept 9 Five then were killed and six others serii ously injured two of whom hat u since died iin a collision which occurred early Sunday A mixed train on the Northern Pacific railroad came in from Oakes carrying 17 wen ou11L flat ear As the train passed the station a road engine xvas struck and the force of the collision caused the Hat car to collapse Tho names of the lend ami 1LtdhoarddAnother Ilfcnrd Broken Xew York Set IC So Titus for mcrly of New Orleans now the senior scuJler of the Union Boat club of Xciv York city Sunday rowed a mile or the Harlem river in minutes S 25 seconds breaking the American title water record The former record was held by lohn humchr of New Yoe his lime being minutes and 27 sec ends Iugntrty Milbnrn House Buffalo Sept JIAl- umor is current that in view of tl attack upon the president and the officialstof the country the Sehlc court of iin quirt will be postponed No otlirial1 information on the subject is ob 1tainable as yet- ICItclifii Staff Mutinied London Sept 9TJt Constantino pie correspondent of the Times says paytncuti of s of the Yiltliz Kiosk mutinied last week The sulrj 1tan ordered the payment of wages but nt the same time had several cooks imprisonedA lint t ii ii Up Nety York Sept 9Thl steamer Yimeira which arrived Sunday from Progrevso reports September I latitude tM2i longitude O17 pass ed a vessel1 apparently a schooner of r100 tons bottom up coppered and yellow floathl d amTuppernr I r i A Sixnvmorni fVjt j Mt Washisigton X 11 Sept to J Monday morning time first snowfall of the season reurred accompatued bv eoutnnFtic cif roached a temperature of 2S degree chore KniidM Roe Uedriiiiit Sou 10ationnlOOnJredemptioni fIOJih1ttJJl11ir custaitfUlJi2t J v t r uvuditurcs IGlJOOu t Czt tirrYin rt Trait rf tr tSfigrtaSaEQft r aipLt tf a tit rI I STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I b II 33aMl i S5M fcft a S I 311 ASPHALTUM IN KENTUCKY A Company AVhloIi Controls lied In lOiir Counties OrKuitUril With u Cupltal of rO0OOO Louisville Ky Sept GThe Fed eral Asphalt Co which controls the asphaltum beds in four counties of Kentucky has just been organized with a capital stock of 5000000 3500000 of which has been paid in The company is to be incorporated under the laws of West Virginia 1m mediately and it has already put urea at work in the property in Gray son county The company is otHcered by M D Coffeen president Joseph llulfaker vice president A II Loeb treasurer F L Warner secretary and Azel F Hatch general counsel All of the officers and directors arc residents of Chicago with the excep tion ot Mr HufTaker the vice presi dent who resides here The company owns 2t000 acres of land in llardin Grn son Hdmondson Hart and Warren counties which iti agosAFTER GRACE ELDRED Thomiin AV IIIYVMUII Otter ChnrlenI Marvin SOUO Kor the Buy IllI y Lexington Ky Sept 0 Herbert G turey1v Lawson who arrived here Sim Leys1 burn the Lawson candidate for the three yrur old Kentucky Futurity xvould remain in the hands of Clem Heachy who has always trained her and will be driven by him in the bi stake Grey is negotiating for a can dicislore1 of the stake and is said to have of fered Charles Marvin 5000 for his bay filly Grace Kldred by Ceeiliun 222 dam Kldred 1 by led Wilkes This trotted a mile in 227 as a your ug and last week negotiated tin distance in 210 SENATOR BAILEY lie KUTnra lrnlHlnllon Tlint Vonld Prevent nnrchtKtx 1roia Coin IIIK to ThlM Country Lexington Ky Sept Ihian inter erview here Sunday night United States Senator Joseph Bailey earl that he favoml legislation that would as near as possible prevent anarchists from coming to this country which AvouJiLnot allow those here to be na 7l11 Unufn lffivoTHftt g time destruction of all governments iis lit to be a citizen of this republic lie said that he had always favored strict naturalization and immigration hjws und since paupers and criminalsi wlro intended to be excluded anarch is s should also be prohibited from citizenship lie wbnld not say whet I er or not he would originate any iieudmt nt to cover the ease liTHE ORDINANCE INVALID r IooIrooiiiM of LoulMvlIIe Gained IL Cuniiilfte Vlo lory Indue hack ley Ileclnlon Louisxille ly Sept GThe Jlocal poolrooms ga ned a complete victory theIcity court handed down his opinion in the eases based on the warrants Iiiissued under the general councils poolroom ordinance Judge Huckley sustained the demurrers of the de tense and quashed the hundred 01 more warrants that had been issued Burned the Trestle FarlinJ ton Ky Sept GThe tipple of Carbondale Coal Co was fired into at 1 oclock Thursday morning some 30 shots being fired Time shooting ltwas done with Winchesters Two rut1 road trestles were burned Wednesday night destroying the connection ofoftime Crabtree and Carbondale ta with the main line of the Illinois Cet tcteal railroad Tuesday these min CM were closed for the want of railroad connection Big Hurrel IMniit Richmond Ky Sept 5the factor being erected in this city by E JJ S 31 and W S Hume will be the largest in the world for the inanu fncturc of xvhisky barrels The pLa will employ 200 hands and have a capacity of 1400 complete barrels every ten hours It will be equipped to supply either hand or nmchit work as the distillers may prefer Sew CumimnleM Frankfort Ky Sept GTime following companies filed articles of iin corporation with time secretary of state The Paris Electric Light Co capital stock 30000 the Kentucky 111 1pitalrsModb Uardstoxvn Laundry Co ca P ital 1iOO the Cynthiana Electric Light Co increased its capital stock JOOJOOii 1SRloonketp r SuIeitleM Qxxensboro Ky Sept 5d Hay den a saloonkeeper at Stanley this county committed suicide 1Yaluesd night by shooting himself throng erthe breast This was his second at tempt He was unmarried Exces sire drink was the cause Struck the Wrong flare Lebanon Ky Sept 7A strnn elmamlmg I el TO MEET IN FRANKFORT The Democratic State Central and Executive Committee AVIII Com Together September 10 MH H Louisville Ky Sept 6t the re quest of the four democratic candi dates for United States senator Chair man Mile W Young has called u stateern1 be lucid in Frankfort at the Capitol hotel Tuesday September 10 Ac cording to the call Congressman Charles K Wheeler and D H Smith exGov James B McCreary and Judge Tames1 E Cantrill the four candidates for senator want the committees to consider the advisability of selecting the democratic candidate for sen at or by a primary election in the state The plan would toke the election of the nominee out of the hoods of the members of the general assem bly stud time caucus would not be necessary FOR THE THIRD TIME fleeleu Out of Work at lliiekwnl terM Sawmill Induced Thooe Employed to Strike Owingsville Ky Sept 5Time xvorkingmen at ISuoKwalters sawmill t Farmer have gone on a strike for n third time this summer About two weeks ago they struck for a ten hour due and semimonthly pay days ISnekxvalter refused to grant their de mantis UHf a striker attacked Buck xxnlter soul broke two or three of his fingers anti injured him severely 6laier the then returned to work Buekwalter having agreed to their request Uuckxxalty discharged the man who had assaulted him The nin later returned to work when the strikers received short hours and Seweeta arrests have been made and se rious trouble is feared- FATALLY INJURED Sitiitre Janxa lend nh Father nt 1sventy1 out Clillilrcu Xun Thrown From Ills horse rTusallrille While JamesdJeads horse stepped into n posthole nd stumbled throwing its rider h heavily to the ground and probably squiretfjh i arF old I tltt father of children nil living mind all11 his jiresent wife The children reside in various parts of the country Col Xapper Ilndly Hurt Lancaster Ky Sept GCol J C Nipper a prominent and iniluential republican of this county and for merly iepresentatixe in the Jegislu tore while returning home from Louisville fell from L N passenger train Xo d at Paint Lick Thursday morning and was seriously hUrt Struck the Irlaoner- Vanceburg Ky Sept fiIkc Smith was Thursday morning sentenced to the penitentiary for an assault on John Brown As lie was leaving the iMiiirtrooin in charge of the sheriff Brown struck him n terrific blow on the head knocking him down Much excitement prevailed Xo arrests Ieneemnker Sinus Oln Ky Sept 9At Stonega Va Sam bonds tad John Franklin be came engaged in a pistol duel at the home of Dick Young of Columbus 0 who acted as peacemaker Young teas slain ChllifH Hotly Found In a Well OxVensboro Ky Sept 5Lon Stevens living four miles from Hart 1ford Wednesday found the body of a child in a stock well on the farm John Long Officials at Hartford tawill investigate the matter Ajjed Ulver Inn Dead Newport Ky Sept 9John Mc irenry aged 92 for SO years connected xxith Ohio river interests died Sunday at his home in this city He was born near Wheeling W Va and at 12 be gan his boating career on a flatboat IndlKiiatloii Meeting at lonUville ItLouisville Ky Sept 9A public meeting to express indignation at the attempted assassination of President McKiuley has been called for Monday tonight Drew Knife Lit Court Owens oro Ky Sept 7 Common wealths Attorney J E Itowe lesthis knife on City Judge Stirman in court Friday then the latter called him a liar They were separated unshed to Death Hodgenville Ky Sept Glilenetting out sate logs near here Thurs day Edward Scott a lad of 16 was caught between a log and a tree and mashed to death Literally Ground to IMecea Lexington Ky Sept i1 T Mar ton home unknown white aged about groundh j freight engine nigbtTIeand was en route to Ashland Ky Itefuued to Indict 7JltngMaegher who killed exMagistrate W J MiNtimara here three weeks Powas dismissed Friday The grand jury refused to indict him as he actor in selfdefense f l Letting Him Down Easy That was a pretty harsh thing you wet about me on the witness stand What Why when they asked you about rojl reputation for truth and veracity you said I anyYes has troubled me a good deal eince then but honestly old man I want edto let you down easy so I lied about it I should think you did But you ought not to complain Sup pose I told them what your reputation in that line actually isChicago Post FlUlhlou s Neiv Fad What is the nature of this newfangled malady which they call the golfing spine 0 That responded Cynicut is easy iGolfing spine 1J what the old man used to have after a hard days plowing but he called it the bach3cheX Y Times how lie Knew Oh you cruel boy to take those eggs out of the nest Think of the poor mother bird when she comes The mother birds dead miss How do you know that J itee it in yourlmatPunch One tattle Iloon Asked A man whose wife passes the winter in Florida the sprinc in Europe the summer jin Newport end the fall in Lennox is en deavoring to get her to spend an old hon e week in ostonno8ton Saturday EveningaGazette Xo Tithe Lout 1 Hawkins I tell you what Sellers reached the top in a hurry Bobbins Yes he must have made pretty good time for he has been blowing ever since he got ther Smart Set You can find almost any kind of a boy except the one who e sympathies in alight betxveena cat and dog are xxith the cat Atchison Globe o o This curious language of ours A man I that is down on his isaid to beup H against it Indiauauolis News Theres always life in the old land The trouble is you have to dig to find itAtlanta Constit- utionABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bof Signature c1 4 eSee FacSlmlle Wrapper Below Terr small aid AS A CUTffto take as CARTERS ITTLE IVERPILLS FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS rOftIIUDUS nSSFOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION OJNINB YYTSAY IIATUa 26 Pdc elm I Parely VegetUIe G CURE SICK HEADACHE Half RatesPlus 100 DAILY- TO Buffalo r AND RETURN v1ArBIG FOUR RROUTEv Affording an opportunity to visit the Pan American EXPOSITIONAND NIAGARA FALLSaReturn limit Fifteen days from date of sale STOPOVER ALLOWED at BUFFALO and Niagara Falls On tickets to New York Boston And All Eastern Points Union depot connections in Cincin nati avoiding omnibus transfers 4 Trains Fast Daily1 4Hours Quickest betweexaClBStermers FourSortrainscirculars of the Exposition etc OEPPEOfnPaMTktAet 41 E REEVES Geal Ss Agent ATt0SffYP1SfAILCIilATT AkBestlovalt 17r1aONSUMPTJON A i V I J ye- M z i f SHOT THE PRESIDENT Jlr McKinley Seriously Wounded fby an Anarchist Named Leon Ji Czolgosz But May Recover vII TWO BULLETS FIRED INTO illS BODY 7- a j 9nc Shot Took Effect lu Ejjht Breast the Other in the Abdomen Cans J ma Painful Wonnil Every Bulletin Every Private and PsMJc- gfy 1 I Word of All the Phjsi1 inns in AHcndJJ f sate Brcalats bncauragcmtnt y t J Still Thnt the President b fly Xo Means Out of Dauber IM liecrjf diet uf Knelt of IIIIIIuue I jgt AV1II Sny Tlinl lit Will Live Milburn House BufCalo X Y Sept 10 Dr Park came down stairs at 316 a m 1 and reported that the president was resting I quietly Everything appears quiet at the Milburn louse I I Buffalo X Y Sept 7 President Mo IClnley was shot and seriously wolttUledIby a wouldbe assassin white 1 I reception In the Temple of Music at the PanAmerican exposition a tew minutes c after 4 oclock Friday afternoon One shot took effect In the right breast the other In the abdomen The first Is not of a serious nature and the bullei has been extracted The latter pierced the abdominal wall anti has not been located bytnitetl j was fully 41 u h an attack as occurred He stoodat jlteedgeof the raised dais upon which stands the great pipe organ at the cafet ride of tits ning nltlccnt structure Throngs of i people crowded Ir i rime various ntraner u i laze upon thir executive p rviuiiv u Ij clasp his hand The president was In a cheerful moo1 and was enJvin to the full the hearty evidences coal Mill which everywhere met his gaze It was shortly utter 4 p m when one ofethe presldentlalordinary appearance twit plainly dressed In black a president theMothPresident Milburn noticed that the mans hind was swathed In a bandage or hand kerchief lie worked his way amid the thtdalpresident President McKinley smiled bowed and extended his hand in thnt spirit of geniality the American people so well know when suddenly the sharp crack of a revolver rang Joud and clear above the hum of voices There war an Instant of almost com plete silence Tho president stood stock still a look of hesitancy almost of be wilderment on his face Then he retreat wlrjj step white a pallor begun to steal ot his features The multitude only tltriouslIalInecks w jro qraneU and all eyes turnedns nnc to the rostrum tenpotthetnselresforwardsprangtowardthem were Inlted States secret service whoseduta calamity us had here bpfiiien the pres wtelibystandertant previouslyI grasped the hand of tho president As one man the trio hurled assailantInground his weapon was wrested front hUi grasp and strong arms pinioned him down The crowds that n moment before WIld mood mute and motionless as in bewil dered ignorance of the enormity of the surgedforwardupfromndI uPontheThe crowd surged forward regardless of conelJI ices Some of those nearest the doors tied from the edifice In fear of a stampede while hundreds of others from the outside struggles blindly forward In the effort to penetrate the crowd ed building and solve the mystery Iiisldo on the slightly raised data was en acted within those few moments a tmg thrillinginwill over bo ante to give a succinct ac count of what really transpired Predunt McKinley after the nrst shock of the assassins shot retreated a step then all the detectives leaped upon his nsiatian he turned walked steadily to u chair and seated himself at tho same tIme removing his hat and bowing his head in his hands In an Instant Secretary Cortelyou and President Milburn were at his side His waistcoat was hurriedly opened the president meanwhile ittiiiiuiiiaiiiHH those about him to remain culm and telling them not to be alarmed f But you are wounded cried his sec retary let me examine you presidentyou Nevertheless his outer garments were hastily loosened and when a trickling I stream of crimson was seen to wind its way down his breast spreading its stain over the white surface of the linen theitworst fears were confirmed The presidents assailant In the mean time had been hustled to the rear of the building by exposition guards where he was held while the building was cleared and later hu was turned over to SupercIntendent Bull of the Buffalo police de j partment who took the prisoner to NocJ13 police station and afterwards to DOtlice headquarters As soon as the crowd IIpertaken to the exposition hospital where I II an examination was made The best medical skill was summoned and within a brief period a number of Buffalos best known practitioners were at the patients siderThe president retained the exercisetJ ot his faculties until placed on the operIsUng table and subjected to an anaes thetic Upon the llrst examination Itrwas ascertained that one bulllt had ta ken effect in the right breast just below j i the nipple causing a comparatively harmaI less woundtThe other took effect to the abdomen about four Inches below the left nipple I four Inches to the left of the navel andtabout on a level with 1U t Upon arrival at the exposition hospitalb thIS second bullet was probed for The walls of the abdomen were opened but t11+ ban was not located The incision was nastily closed iandGifta hasty conlUltntion It va the liaticnt to the home of President Milburn This was done the automobile ambulance bclng used for the purpose Arriving at the Milburn residence thItask of probing for the bullet which lodged In the abdomen was begun by Dr I 2oswell ParkesWhen the nexs or the crime was phoned tothcdihome of President Mil burn where Mrs McKinley was Ing immediate steps were taken to rostI her tho shock ot a premature ot the occurrence before the true condition I ot the president should be aster tamed Guards were stationed and noI one was permitted to approach the I derided to remove theWhen It was president from the exposition hOSPI 1ii to the lllburn resldMco the news was broken to Mrs McKinley as gently as possible She bore the shOCKrmur ll bly well and displayed tho utmost Co UI tudejwasWhile b Ing bdrne from the exposItion to the C lUliburn residence between rows of on i lookeMAvUb bared heads a far different spectpi i1 titiastbrint witncstted along the route it lmis assailants journey from thlJI siccrio of his crime to police headquar- tere The trip was made so quickly tnat the prisoner was landed safely within thee wldcl1rtals or the police staiou l the doors closed before any one was ware of his presence the news of the attempted assassination having In the meanwhile been spread broadcast by the newspapers Like wildfire It spread from mouth to mouth Then bulletins began to appear on the boards along Newspa per row and when the announcement was made that the prisoner had been ta ken to police headquarters only two blocks distant from the newspaper sec ton the crowds surged down toward the terrace eager for a glimpse of the prisonerAt headquarters they were met by a strong cordon of police which was prawn up across the pavement on Pearl street and admittance was denied to all but officials authorized to take part in the examination of the prisoner In a fw minutes time crowd had grown from quickly were completely blocked with a mass of thatA3mpLike a flash the cry was taken up and the whole crowd us If Ignited by the single match thus applied reechoed thecry Lynch him Hang him Closer throngbnnt the swaying multitude The sit nttlon wns leeoming critical when suddenly the big loors were flung open and aolldfranccurb then across the street and grad ually succeeded In dispersing them from afoul the entrance to the station gemhied ofPoliceprecinct and other officials The prisoner at first proved quite communicative so much so In fact that little dependence HeJll11tthathoweokHtInUroldwaLawhoteloner occupied room 8 Nowak the pro prietor nald he knew very little about his gUtS mahine day and a few minutes afterward Dr Charles McBurney the famous New York surgeon drove hastily up to the real ilinee Secretary Cortelyou and Mr Mil burn hud met him at the station The president who was free from pain for the llrst few hours after the shoot andIwhen unconscious or semiconscious moans as IIf In agony When completely con scious however he bravely gives no sign ofsufferingMaj Mrs Rand who are Intimate friends of the president and sirs McKln morningfromto the Milburn residence Mrs Rand Is one of Mrs McKlnleys closest personal friends and her presence with titpresidents wife during this trying period will be It IIs beloved a great comfort to the lailer Dr McBurney was at Stockbrldge Ct when the summons to come to Buffalo reached him and he earn direct from there It Is explained that Dr McBur nes appearance In the cost has no Im mediate slgnlllcaiice and does not in anyway reflect upon the attending physl clans Dr McBurney Is considered one of the leading surgeons of the country and his reputation Is worldwide Ills counsel s desired although the presidents advisers have the fullest confidence In Dr Park who also enjoys the highest repu tation as a surgeon Indeed he is considered by for the ablest surgeon In this purr of the state Dr McBurney after a thorough exam ination of the president reported that he had not found a single unfavorable symptom there not being the slightest indica of peritonitis This opinion of the famous physician carries much weight Either directly or through the prime ministers every government in Europe has expressed Its sympathy Not only did King Edward soil Emperor William direct in their own names but the king of Portugal King Oscar of Swe the sultan of Turkey President lou et of France and the king of Italy have sent personal messages These mon intro not hesitated to denounce in strongest language the deed of the assassin The bulletins concerning the presidents condition are being sent to all these inquirers abroad Should occa sion arise a contingency only consid ered a very remote possibility for the vice president to discharge the duties of president during the letters disability cabinet would have to determine and proclaim the necessity for such a course Buffalo N Y Sept 9 Through a peaceful Sabbath every word that came from the big vineclad house In Delaware avenue In which the stricken magistrate of the nation lies bat for life was reassuring and Sunday night the chances of his recover so greatly improved that all of who have kept the patient vigil at is bedside feel strongly that his life will e spared Not the slightest premonitory symp tom of perltonllls appeared and the fresh hope borne with the morning grew stronger and stronger as the day ad vanced until toward evening the conll dunce expressed In the presidents recovery seemed almost too sanguine Dr Charles McHurney the famous New York surgeon who had been summoned In consultation after a thorough examination In which ho said he had found not n- ingle unfavorable symptom joined in the last afternoon bulletin which declared that the presidents condition was satisfactory to all the physicians pres ent It la not strange therefore that the vice president the members of the cnb sort and other distinguished visitors who culled came away with lighter hearts and buoyant tread and gave expression to the roost optimistic senlments The encouraging news proaci over the exposition say with great rapidity and thousands came In carriages in street curs and afoot to learn for themselves of the talth and confidence that existed about the Mllbum house lien a scorn of newsboys darted into the crowd about oclock shouting Extra The Presi dent Will Live It was with dlfllculty that they could suppress the shouts of thanksgiving that rose In their throats the newspapermen many of whom have been at their posts for 4S hours con tinuously remained steadfastly throughout the day In the little white walled tents across the street from the house I where the countrys patient lay and hashed the news over land and sea and yet despite all this optimism the president is by no means out of danger Xot jj one of his physicians not one of his ad f vlsent who is admitted to the inner coun ells has the temerity to go so far as to declare that he is But If he continues to Improve for one more day the danger of peritonitis which is most dreaded will have practically disappeared Thus fur the ball of the assassin which Is still In tlu body gives1 the physician i Ino anxiety But If the slightest Inflame matlon appears In the region of the Ilead It will be immediately extracted No dlflleulty is anticipated In this regard All the effects of the ether which was administered when the operation was per- formedii on the exposition grounds had disappeared Sunday morning and the presidents mind was perfectly clear dur ing the time he was awake Sunday Sunday for the first time ho enjoyed natural i sleep Between J and 4 oclock he hud the solace of natural slumber for about four hours and the physicians stated unoffi cially that his sleep had been quiet and reposeful and had helped the sufferer j a great deal Sunday also for the first time nourishment was administered It r was In liquid form and was Injected hy podermicaliy to avoid the possibility of Irritating the walls of the stomach The exterior wound was dresses Sunday morn log and Is progressing satisfactorily All tiny the mouiber of the cabinet and others associated with the president and public life came solicitously and went away almost jubilantly all reflecting tine hopeful outlook at the Milburn house Vice President Roosevelt ceeelved the earlier bulletins and after going to church hurried to the residence Theret he was joined by Senator Hanna They carne away together and gave expression to the mot confident and encouaraglng sentiments The vlre president not only shared the cheerful feeling but was ex i tremely optimistic Both gentlemen took occasion to denounce In unmeasured terms the statements gaining circula tion in some quarters that the doctors j were not frank In their communicationsi to the public They maintained that the j presldnls favorable condition was even understated by the physicians through motives of conservatism during the t 2 hour period j occaII emphasize this very point by Is suing an olticial statement assuring the public of tho complete trustworthiness of physiciansSenator I noon and was seldom far removed from I ii hasiand was in frequent consultation with i GageSecretaryi eral Knox called together about noon and Indeed there was no time during the day when some member of the cabinet j was not In the house where his stricken InItheyhaveupon his energies and vitality Those I andI PRESIDENT WILLIAM MKIiNLEY I Milburn House Buffalo N V Sept 10 Gods contribution to the American peo presidentlllife President erently uttered these words as he stood before the house In which the nations patient was lighting so bravely with death And all who had been at Ihe Mil burn residence Monday reflect the that the battle will be won and the IwII ers of the world will be answered Since Sunday night not an unfavorable symp I tom hat appeared Every hour has been a victoryFaith the outcome grows stronger and stronger and hope mounts higher until in the minds of some the danger of all future complications Is brushed aside and hope has been conviction Indeed many of the presidents friends seem pos sowed with a sort of superstitious con fidence In the presidents recovery which nothing but an absolute change for the worse can shake And the basis for the confidence that is expressed is solid There has been nothing but improvement gradual and slow but steady Improve ment Every bulletin every private and public word of the physicians In attendant e breathes encouragement The reports the physicians have given out are facts as they exist from a scientific stand point unmixed with sentiment Still that the president Is by no means out of danger is the verdict of each of them Not one of them will risk his professional rep utation with a statement that the presi dent will live All they will say Is that with every lour the danger of from ticritonllis or blood poisoning decreases Dr McBurney tho most eminent of the physicians In attendance expresses the opinion that If the Improvement contin ues It will be a week yet before the presi dent can bs pronounced out of danger and convalescent And some of his colleagues like Dr Mann place the limit of danger still fur ther away The fear of peritonitis it can be said positively has well nigh disap peared At the expiration of the 72 hour period al 4 oclock Monday afternoon danger from thnt source was almost gone Tile president himself has been cheerful i nil day and has expressed confidence in his recovery Monday he asked for a I morning paper but this of course had j to be denied him It is wlih some difli I ctilty that he can be restrained from talking nod Col Myron T Herrick trII Cleveland is quoted as authority for InterIalllorJ In the future Monday morning he asked to be allowed to move his position and when permi Mon was given before the attendants could move him he changed to the poiLion he desired to assume without dim cully or pain This speaks much for his general strength and spirits Mrs McKinley saw him again Monday for a brief visit and Secretary Cortel you was admitted for the first time No one else was allowed to see him although hI Inquired several times who I nouriShImontI with him and since Sunday night very water has been taken into the hotII rcISUIlsII rTHERE WILL BE NO lI lv CRISISII tillGIf Ill cjrmv s V lIrethe ClutiiKe AVouliI He Slow Its bowels rnoJ freely during time and thlll 01e1 Orle change In that dlrocllonnLo probably will be slow This is tIHpinion of lJr Mann There will be nocrisis 1fhe arrives at convalescence DrPark expresses the opinion that It will btthree him weeks It Is before it will be safe to mow interiorvOunds soonafterotthe1 I that they areuoleably healing rapidly With the ox I tlrlQr wound It Is processThethe vice prSIdent and cabinetwouldoverstateIwill confident everything ylceprcontltlQncepublicexpressions rUe1dttorntGeneralimprovementthan tondatheirchieflur3ncoeorbeJTtdualampletimeStcretnrGIrewhyhetlnanclers Inereesing anllhIthisdlslancttlUltatlouMondaynight dayorThe devotion of the members of tho cabinet to their chief is touching All untilthGicrnelli1tary Hitchcock and Secretary Wilson imperativepublic pronounee1outremain until the physicians give absolute liveControllerr eminent men connected with the adminis tration expect to depart Tuesday or Wed nesday If the improvement continues Vice President Roosevelt has occupied a peculiarly delicate and trying position since the event which threatened thepresidents life but he has borne him self throughout this ordeal In such man ner as to win the admlratkn and re spect of all It has moreover added new bond between the vice president and those Intimately associated with the president and the latter are warm In whldlheuation Not for a moment has he per mitted the idea to be entertained that there was need for considering the con stitutional disability of the president andIi the exercise of executive functions which this would Impose on him On the con trary Mr Roosevelt has been one of the most positive in the conviction that the president would recove- rRELATIVES LEAVING jrPreNldoiitH Sisters Sieee nnlllY Otliern Left For Home lnte life 3Ioitdiiy NlKbt lnnrnrn House Buffalo N Y Sept 10 Attache 930 p in bulletin had been issued from the Milburn residence Monday nfphtt announcing a continuance of the favorable conditions of the president thcrc were many Indications that th bullotlns were but nuagr Indications of the real Improvement of the distiusuish d JKJtlCnt At al5rl oek Miss Mdvinliy a jafetor of the preHideni l r and Mr Jfprflkn Hntr trr latter a niece of tin pie deiVnTnrt7l8 7HWe Barber iiiecea of the president left the house and tak lug carriages announced their Intention of returning to their hornet Abner McKinley accompanied them to the station and saidOOTb nearest ref atives of the president are so confident of his recovery that they have no hesitation In leaving Posimn ter Frease of Canton a warm personal friend of the president who came Monday tilled with anxiety sub Monday night I go back tonight because I have the prosdent In fact by 1030 Monday night the entire temper of everybody about the Mil burn residence seemed to have undergone a radical change The police did not stop wagons from going by the nearest corner at high speed parUculltrttbout e dlltnotprevatietforcame from the mansion where the wounded man lies stopped on the corner to laugh and chat From somber forebod ing the feeling has suddenly turned to Joyful confidence that the natlons ruler sparedOn opposite the house soldiers policemen and newspaper men kept vigil however sheltered beneath their touts The 90 bulletin as was promised wa to bo the lust of the night and while IIt wus brief attention wan called to the fact that the pulse was exactly the same as Monday morning 113 and thai the temperature was elghltenths of n de symptoms tomsSenator 1 omeblIVlien he tame out he declined to talk further than to say Everything Is alright and If the Improvement contin utaIsI may go home Tuesday HAS NO FEAR Vice President ItooMevflt Declines tu llnvf Anything Like a lliuly- Kimrd Xvur Htm Monday at the Milburn residence to Inquire ml to the presidents condition During the afternoon call he met several of the cab met officers and Senator Hanna and spent a short time with them In Informal din emission On the streets Mr Roosevelt has been the center of respectful attention but he has met this with dignity composureDespite les remarks that he was going about guarded by secret service men he has positively declined to have anything like a guard near him One of his remarks Monday in speaking to tw poputare stoppedNo You men are our protection and the foul deed o Friday will only make you more vigorous In protecting those whom you elseto office Emperor Nicholas gave happy express sloe to the worldwide solicitude ove the president In a message which wa- i dayIt nmIIheITHE PUBLIC WILL BE ADVISED The Aetnal Condition nt tin Irexl dent Will He Mile Known Thron li Bulletins pubUcwUbeI dition of the president Each bulletin 1 Is carefully and conservatively prepared and Is un authoritative statement of the most Important features of the ease a the hour It is issued The people are en themIa Underestimate the conditions and at the same time to give assurance that those with the president Intend that the people shall have the facts THE NEWS IN LONDON Sorrow anil Indignation 1revall Astons All CIiiH rM Over the Shooting f President McKinley London Sept The news of the at tempt upon the life of President McKln ley spread slowly in London The first ticker reports were discredited then with the confirmation and general dls semination of the news arose u far reaching feeling of sorrow and indigna zion which wherever Americans were gathered almost gained the proportions of a panic accompanied by feverish iety for further details The thouandsII of Americans now In London were mostly I at the theaters when the news arrives and returning to their hotels found anx ious groups of Englishmen and Americans discussing what without distinction of race la regarded as a national calam ity Londons telephones usually silentI inquiries can correspondents In the hope of secur In reportThethe attempted assassination was received too late fur extra editions of the papers to announ r the news to the mass of the English people and they will not learn until they take up their morning papers of the at tempt to kill the president- A press representative conveyed the in telligence to Mr J W Mackay Col Och II tree Messrs C L Pullman and J W Gates and many others nil of whom de sired to express their unspeakable indignation at the cowardly act the deepest hopsrorimtriotlc sentiment was the dread that whatever the outcome of the outrage upon the president it would perhaps re act fatally upon Mrs McKinley HE IS AN ANARCHIST The AMMiiHNlti DtMtlcM Tltnt lie Ilnil a Confederate in time Attempted iurilcr Buffalo SeptLeon Csolgofiz the self confessed assassin has signed a conies lIon covering six lages tixdscap which state that he Is an anarchist and that he became an enthusiastic member of that body through the influence of Emma Goldman whose writings he had read and whose lectures he hnd listened to He denies having any confederate and says that he decided on the assassination of the president three lave ago and bought the revolver with which the set was committed in Buffalo He has seven brothers and sisters in Cleveland and namesaof about that number living on Hos mer street and Ackland avenue witch adjoin Some of them are butchers and others In different trades Czolgosz does not appear In the least degree uneasy or penitent for his action He says he was Induced by his attention to Emma Gold mans lectures and writings to decide that the present form of government 1 In this country was all wrong and he thought the best way to end It was by killing the president He shows no sign of insanity bill Is very reticent about much of his career While acknowledg ing himself an anarchist he does not state to what brunch of the organization he belon- geleInnc1 0 Sept 7 Then city direr tory contains the names of several persons named Cxolxosz living an llosm r street The neighborhood in n Not + n set tlement In the fur south art m l f the city The polite and a number of new pamper mn have gent to llnrn what hey tan of Czolgoszs recent movements in this city THE PRESIDENTS WIFE Jtrs lloKlnley nears In Drnvely and lice fortitude In llcKiirded as ItemiirUnltlu upbraeIYcumstances is regarded as remarkable One of her dearest and closest friends Mrs Rand of Washington has arrived here and will probably remain wlih her during this trying period The members of the cabinet are doing everything in their power to prevent the sensational exploitation of Czolgosz because he undoubtedly craves notoriety and because hits fellow anarchists throughout the country love it They do not desire to place any stone in the path of the authorities who are laboring to unravel the plot if any plot existed and all the machinery of the govern meat secret service will be used to aid the state authorities In the prosecution of their Investigation But by direct re quest of Secretary Root on behalf of his colleagues the district attorney and th police will not permit the prisoner to DO seen or Interviewed nor will they discuss the methods of the results of their efforts to discover the originators of the plot All that Irons leaked out from the jail shows that the prisoner Is vain anti boast ful of his crime and would It glen an opportunity till the newspapers with col umns of his vaporIngs GEORGIAS GOVERNOR- s Allen n CnndJer Says McKinley lit An Honext Man and One of Gods Xoblmeii Atlanta Ga Sept 7 VTien Informed of the assassination of the president 1hortllea ll Cnndler said I wrvod with the president In con bream slit years He Is one of Gods no honestblotnenman and a great man A federal sot dleret all confederate soldiers reap ct ed and honored him Ills assassination appalling and his death would be a world wide calamity He Is a grave man a man of rare moral courage He has always been brave enough to speak what ho believed to be the truth He has too had that rare courage to abandon error when he has discovered that he has fallen into It He has done more to bridge the bloody chasm between the sec tions than any man since Lee and his veterans surrendered He was wise enough to know at the beginning of the war with Spain that the southern people peoplesof his own the some extent knowing that the na tional honor Is as safe in their hands God grant that he may be spared for the sake of our country and for time sake of republican Institutions and human lib sets throughout the world TRUE AMERICAN CITIZEN Lyman J Gage Secretary of the- O Treasury on the Sliootln r oft President Mclvinley i Elkhart Ind Sept 7 Lyman J Gage secretary ot the treasury who Is on his way to Buffalo said here Friday night I There Is not a member of tit cabinet that would rather be in the presl- i IIIbut place tonight than that the coon Iitol should lose toe president President McKlnley Is typical of the highest JeI velopment of the true American citizen 1 said to my Evanston tonightI could that 1 wished 1 have been shot to stay in President McKlnievs place The A HJH lnntloii Iredlcted Wichita lan Sept 7Fritz Hutt mann a reporter for the Eagle of this efty while singing with the Andrews Opera Co last March says he was con hUrntally told by Antonio Magglo a cor assasiPresident nated before October Mnggio Intimated reIcelled rum Home Italy 1Anarchists Hold n Jubilee- t PHtsburc Kan Sept 7 When the Ital Ian anarchists at Chicago near isle hoard of the attempted assassination o president McKinley they held a big Jub Intlon A mob went out from P1tl bursave the anarchists out of town A ttnnd of shots were fired jI Living expenses in Japan increased 73 per cent within a few sears A F GUTTERB- lacksmith and Undertaker rHICKMANA TRIAL when you weal GJIE done or repairing W speclhrIUndertakers Goods Common Rosewood and Solid husk h slant Collins sad Cases which can be filled up in sleet notice and at reasonable prices Oln ate a call- IlIL Shop near the Jail I LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Fropr First class turnouts buggies surreys oarriapes safe teams c Uustomera jervodf with courtesy and politeness Patronage solicited Telephone 1- 9Bootoo1Cash Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS 1 Gall and eee our Stock Ever ihiiig up to date- MARY BKRENDES do l CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are hers So stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try Lng to please you than WR old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL ClROWKLt DR S K DAVIDSON rteL1tist r HIOKMAN KENTUOKY I t Office over Cowgill Oovrgilla- Drue Store j r C E EAKER General Grocer Powell Block Clinton St Hafn purchased the Grocery Shoot oi J J C Bonduranl would be d la have aU old fritnds to call Fresh Qood4 and Choice Bargain 1 W Je BARRY CO AT BUCKXEKS OLD SHOP make you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one SLACKSMITEING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1 II F Kemley iouv IJouutt BENNETT REMLfcY =ATIOENSYS ATLAV7 Will practice in nil Court especially the Courts of Hickman and Fulton counties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Ketnleys in Hickman 1TheBig Four Route Is a Railway System Comprising 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway Built and Equipped In the Most Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction The Passenger Train Service of the as BIO FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per days requiring for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars In addition to which Sixty Pullmas Sleepers are in Continuous Service on s theIIBIO FOUR and Its Through Car Linesii WARREN j LYNCH w p DEPPE cahuStTktAKt AutCPtAQCC1CfAn 0- ll J r j LrIVLPf A t 1 Y HURTS CHARACTER Folly of Allowing Forebodings of 1 P Evil to Influence Action Dr Talmage In HIli Sermon Declare the late efErcry Mon Woman and Child to He Cloudy Under tllvliie Care Copyright 1901 by Louis Klopsch N Y In this discourse Dr Talmage shows the folly of allowing forebod dubs to influence us and how expec tation of evil weakens and destroys Text Matthew 634 Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof j The life of every man woman and child is as closely under Divine care JK though such person were the only Than woman or child There are no accidents As there is a law of storms in the natural world so there iMa law of trouble a law of disaster a law of misfortune but the majority of the troubles of life are imaginary and the most of those anticipated never come At any rate there is no cause of complaint against God See how much He has done to make you happy His sunshine filling the earth with glory making rainbow for the storm and halo for the mountain greenness for the moss saffron for the cloud and crystal for the billow and procession of bannered flame through the opening gates of the morning chninches to sing rivers to glitter seas to chant and springs to blossom and overpowering all other sounds with its song and overarching all other splendor with its triumph covering up all other beauty with its garlands and outtlashing all 4 thrones with its dominion delircr noel for a lost world through the Great Redeemer I discourse of the sin of borrow ing trouble First such a habit of mind and heart is wrong because it puts one into a despondency that ill fits him for duty I planted two rosebushes j In my garden the one thrived beau tifully the other perished I found the dead one on the shady side of the house Our dispositions like our plants need sunshine Expectancy of repulse is the cause of many sec ilar and religious failures Fear of slander and abuse has often invited nil the longbeaked vultures of scorn and backbiting Many of the misfor tunes of life like hyenas flee if you tcouragcously meet them How poorly prepared for religious duty is a man who sits down under the gloom of expected misfortune If he prays he says I do not think IIp shrill be answered If he gives he i says 1 expect theytrill steal the r+ rmoney Helen Chalmers told meI that her father Thomas Chalmers in the darkest hour of the history of the Free church of Scotland and when the woes of the land seemed to weigh mpon his heart said to his childrenII Come let us go out and play ball or fly kite and the only difiieulty in the play was that the children couldt not keep up with their father Theo I IMcCheynes and the Summcrfields of the church who did the most goodf toiled in the sunlight Away with thelhorrors They distill poison theyjj dig graves and if they could climhII BO high they would drown the reII joioings of Heaven with sobs and wailing You will have nothing hut misfor tunc in the future if you sedulouslJJ watch for it How shall a man catch 1 the right kind of fish if he arranges t his line and hook and bait to catch Wizards and water serpents Hunt for i bats and hawks and bats and hawksII you will find Hunt for robin red breasts and you will find robin redbreasts One night an eagle and an owl got into fierce battle The engleII unused to the night was no match for the owl which ismost at home I in the darkness and the king of the air fell helpless But the morning rose and with it rose the eagle and i the owls and the nighthawks and theI hats came a second time to the com bat Now the eagle in the sunlight with a stroke of his talons and a t great cry cleared the air and his enemies with torn feathers and splashed with blood tumbled into I t the thickets Ye are the children ofI E despondencyEyourrI but trusting in God and standing in the sunshine of the promises you shall renew your youth like the eagleAgain IIII the habit of borrowing trouble is wrong because it has a I tendency to make us overlook present blessing To slake mans thirst I the rock is cleft and cool waters leap l Into his brimming cup To feed his I hunger the fields bow down with bending wheat and the cattle come t from the clover pastures to give him 1 milk and the orchards yellow and I ripen casting their juicy fruits into 1 liis lap Alas that amid such exubcr I ante of blessing man should growl I ais though he were a soldier on half rations or a sailor on short allow since that a man should stand neck deep in harvests looking forward to famine that one should feel the strong pulses of hlth marching r with regular trcao through all the avenns of life and yt tremble at the I expected assault oz sickness that a J moan should sit in tois pleasant home I C fearful that ruthtss want will some 1day rattle the broken window sash with tempest nt sweep the coals I from the heartA and pour hunger j into the bread gay that a man fed1 t harvestscI aihoulu expect to starve that one whom trod lows and surrounds with I benediction Mui attends with angelic 1 ti i escort and hovers over with more than motherly fondness should be looking for a heritage of tears Has God been hard with thee that thou shouldst be foreboding Has He stinted thy board Has He thee with rags Has lie traps for thy feet and galled thy cup awl rasped thy soul and wrecked thee with storm and thun tiered upon thee with a life full of calamityIf father or brother come into your bank where gold and silver are lying about you do not watch them for you know they arc honest but iif an entire stranger conic by the safe you keep your eye on him for you do not know his designs So some men treat God not as a father but a stranger and act suspiciously toward Him It is high time you began blessingThankbuoyant and hounding Praise Him for your home with its fountain of song and laughter Adore Him for morning light and evening shadow Praise Him for fresh cool water bub bling from the rock leaping in the fallinginrock and clapping its hands in the tempest Love Mini for the grass that cushions the earth and the clouds that curtain the sky and the foliage that waves in theforest Thank Him for a Bible to read and a Saviour to deliverMany Christians think ita bad sign to be jubilant and their work of self examination is a hewing down of their brighter experiences Like a boy with everythinghetion is a religious cutting to pieces of the greenest things they can lay their hands on They imagine they are doing Gods service when they are cuing about borrowing trouble and borrowing it at 30 per cent which is always a sure precursor of bankruptcy Again the habit of borrowing trou ble is wrong because the present is sufficiently taxed with trial God sees that we all need a certain amount of trouble and so he apportions it for all the days and years of our life Also for the policy of gathering it all up for one day or year Cruel thing to put upon the hack of one camel all the cargo intended for the entire enraian i I never look at my memorandum hook I to see what engagements anti duties are far ahead Let every week boar its own burdens The shadows of today are thick enough Why implore the cupisdisasters far distant to come and wring out more gall in the bitterness Are we such champions that having won the belt in former encounters we go forth to challenge all the fu ture Here are business men just abUvto manage affairs as they now are They can pay their rent fund motet their note and manage affairs as they now are but how if a panic should conic and my investments should fail Go tomorrow 1 and write on your daybook or on ytir ledger on yourmomy safe Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof Do not worry about notes that ara fur from due Do not pile up n your counting desk the financial anxieties of the next 20 years The CJod Hhohas taken care of your world ly occupation guarding your store from the torch of the incendiary and 1 the key of the burglhri will he as faith ful in 1010 as in 1001 Gods hand is mightirvr than the machinations of i stock gamblers or the plots of political demagogues or the right arm of rcvn lution and the darkness will fly and J the storm fall deadat his feet So there arc persons in feeble health and they arc worried about the fu ture They make out very well now but they are bothering themselves about future pleurisies and rheuma tisms and neuralgias and fevers Their eyesight is feeble and they are wor i ried unless they entirely lose it Their hearing is indistinct and they are alarmed test they become entirely deaf They fooll chilly today and are expecting an attack of typhoid They have been troubled for weeks with some perplexing malady and dread becoming lifelong invalids Take care of your health now and trust God forIthe future Be not guilty of the bias phemy of asking Him to take care of you while you sleep with your windows tight down or cat chicken salad at 11 oclock at night or sit down on a cake of ice to cool off Be prudent andlthen be confident Some of the sickest people have been the most useful It was so with Payson who died deaths daily and Robert Hall who used to stop in the midst of his sermon and lie down on the pulpit sofa to rest and then go on again Theodore Fre linghuysen had a great horror of dying J till the time came and then went peace fully Take care of the present and let the future lookout for itself Sufficient J unto the day is the evil there ofAgain the habit of borrowing misfortune is wrong because it unfits us for it when it actually does conc Ve cannot always have smooth sailing Lifes path will sometimes tumble among declivities and mount a steep i and be thorn pierced Judas will kiss J our cheek and then sell us for 30 pieces j of silver Human scorn will try to crucify us between two thieves We will hear the iron gate of the sepulcier creak and grind as it shuts in our kindred But we cannot get ready for these things by forbodings They who light imaginary foes will come out ofI breath ifto conflict with the armed dis asters of the future Their ammuni tion will haw been wasted long before they oome under the guns of real misfortune Boys in attempting to jump a wall sometimes go so far back in or der to get impetus that when they come up theyare exhausted and these loag races in order to get spring enough to vault trouble brijg us up at II last to the dreadful reality with oustrengthrrolylptroubleunbeliefGodI ofThes assurancesdyour5icknfss will be alleviated llbeyour e t bfrowningsound the voices of victory and goo d cheer The summer clouds that sjem thunder charged really carry in their bosom harvests of wheat and shock of corn and vineyards purpling for11c iIIkisst cr Our great Joshua will command and above your soul the MIII of prosperity u will stand still Break and Scare npocaJnticisionelders and the sweep of wings and trumpets of salvation and the voic V of halleluiah unto God forever 5 dongeroi1sbridle the scream of the vulture but the ivW still winds upward till angels gnar it and trees of life overarch it and thrones line it and crystalline foun tains leap on it and the pathway eiids at gates that are pearland streets tSat are gold and temples that are always open ands hills that quake with er 1pctual song and a city mingling frever Sabbath and jubilee and triumph andcoronation v Let pleasure chant her siren song rr TIs not the sons for me ongFor 1 singTotongueOhCourage my brother The father father does not give to his son at school enough money to last him sev Tal years but as the bills for tuition and board and clothingand books como in pays them So God will not give you grace all at once for the future but will meet all your exigencies as they come Through earnest prayer trust Him People ascribe the success of a certain line of steamers to business skill and know not the fact that when that line of steamers started the wife if the proprietor passed the whole of each day when a steamer started in prayer to God for its safety and the success of the line Put everything in Largeinteresta farm a store an estate and the interest on borrowed troubles will wamp anybodv Sufficient unto tho day is the evifthereof HOW MEN MAKE LOVE Some Do It In n t rniuliloiiuont fan tier and Fail to Make nil JnllrtIlon All sorts of men + nnILklds ot conditions have male love tcr meV While 1 wont say that I loved them all in return they that is those who sent me fruits and flowers and bonbons not diamonds and gems succeeded best with me Stage women dont want big things it is the trifles that touch their hearts says Marie Dressier in St Louis Post Dispatch Handsome men have never succeed ed with me They Ira generally too overbearing and make you feel as if they did you a favor by making love to you The little gentlemanly things a man dues win a womans heart- I like a man who takes his hat off in my presence and the cigar out of his mouth the moment I come near him who rises from the table and remains standing while I am being seated 1 like the man who hymen when I feel a draft and gets up to shut the window even if it is in a garden The myheartgettinginteresteddoing them The straightest way to a womans heart is hsmall and gentlemanly courtesies It never fails The mail who showers diamonds and costly presents upon a woman is usually very ostentatious about it The fel low who comes along with a bunch of flowers or a bonbon box makes your feel as if you did him an honor to accept his present Hell win where the other will get the cold shoulderLovemaking is an art which wom en understand much better than mcn Marie Dressler in St Louis Post Dispatch Fighting Yellow Fever If the ship enters the mouth of the Mississippi with a clean bill of health and no sickness on board she is al lowed to proceed to quarantine There the quarantine officer and his assistant physician go aboard The reports of the master and physician are received first Then the crew is mustered the roll is called andas each mans name is reached he steps out of line and extends his arm to the physician who feels his pulse and if the slightest abnormality is detected indicative of fever the clin ical tnermometer is used at once to get the degree of fever Earl Mays in Leslies Monthly liurlnl Stojipcil by Bees beingloweredswarm of bees attacked the mourners and drove them away It was only I after dark that the sexton and his attendants were able to return tocom pletc the burial the bees remalnihg at the grave unti + the gloou of night caused them to depart v ouw- de v N tail our little southein braiict railway the G 0 P ij JfGetordilerald IfI rCONGRATULATIONS lICHHiiKCi Ileeelved Jly the Ironldent From Klui George of Greece and Czar Nicholas sllilburn House Buffalo Sept 10 1he following message has been re ceived from King George of Greece at Fredensborg I rejoice to lea that you so happily escaped the terrible attempt on your precious life which has horriiied the world but hope to God that you r cover for the good and glory of t American people The following message has been re ceived irons the enr of Kussia 1Fredensborg Sept 1 u1o Preshl Xfclvinley Buffalo X Y I am ver happy to hear you are feeling betty- after the ignominious attempt on your life T join with the American pcople in the universal world for your speedy recovery NICHOLAS TO STAMP OUT ANARCHISTS Xext Annual Mretins of tin National AxMOuiatioii nr Police of forted Slate ami Canada Columbus Ga Sept 10Chief of Police Wiley Williams of this city who is one of the fore members of tho board of directors of the Na tional Association of Police of the United States and Canada in reply to President Sylvesters request that he rive his views and to Syh esters idea of silting nil tin- foreign heads of police departments to attend the next annual meeting police chiefs and devise means t Istamp out anarchists all over th world says 1 respectfully suggest Trot the next annual meeting be held in Wash ington as congress will be in session and I believe the time is ripe to get t such legislation passed by congress as we desire ANTONIO MAGGIO Allotted AnnrclilHt Who In Said to Have Predicted MeKlnlrya ts MiNxliiatliut Arreiticd Silver City N M Sept 10 Antonia Maggio1 the musician and alleged anarchist who is snit to lave preflieted the assassination of Presi dent MclCiilcy before October 1001 was arrested at San Rita a mining vamp near Silver City N 1L Monday by United States Marshal Foraker ou instructions from Washington Maggio has been playing a piano in a saloon at Santa Rita for some time lie is said to have frequently made the prediction that the presi dent woiild be lkilled before October 1 since conning to this section in Feb rumia ZA qQted as snyiue THaT ITirfpTFoT 11 1 tarnnf Germany will be the next ruler assassinated EMMA GOLDMAN 1h Miteh Sought titerHas Been Located tau AV1I1 He 1 Arrcnted Cljicago Sept 10Chief ONeill an iiouhced that Emma Goldman is tor deivfaurveillHiice not far from Chi cago although not in this city Ht insisted that she had been located and intimated that slit will be U- rl tdr soon The following descrip tion of Miss Goldman was furnished by the chief- Between 30 and 3Z years old about ffivcfcet two or three inches high pale complexion thin features and weight about 110 She has a heavy head of lightish brown hair siihtly Unman nose Jewish cast of counte nance and rather full lips Sill is dressy and stylish in appearance and wears spectacles PARKER MAY BE CARED FOR lnqulrleeI nt to till History of the Colored lion Whose Action Possibly Saved JleKinleys Mfo Washington Sept 10A suggestion was thrown out in the executive le jwrtinents Monday that it would e proper for the American people to do soinethinjr for the colored man Jarker whose prompt action possi bly saved the presidents life The wouldbe assassin himself complained that it was the stunning blow ile livered upon him by Parker that prevented him from firing another shot Inquiries are being made for Par hers full name and history Xarrowlj Encnpeit VIolt mc Guthrie 0 T Sept 10 Thomas Ryan a farmer residing 12 miles southwest of Guthrie narrowly escaped mob violence by declaring himself glad that President MelCinVy had been shot and hoping that he would die His old age alone saved him from personal injury and he vas denounced in strong terms by the crowd that heard him Drummed Out of Camp Leavenworth Kau Sept 10Gro Braunraider an inmate of file sol Hers home was dishonorably ills charged Monday night and drummed out of camp for expressing satisfaction at the shooting of President McKinley Trip Abandoned Chicago Sept 10The Cook conn riy democracy has voted to abandon tit t ipto the Pan lmcrtcan expe dition giving as a reason that it 7vouHl be indelicate for a political club tcMiiarch and enjoy itself in the streetsof lluffalo at this time A Ilrncc of CrnnltsM v2Ctw York Sept 10Two cranks a jjmauSuid woman with visions of nul flions that were due them pursued s7onti ircr Bird S Color Monday Both are now in cells awaiting cx fumination as to their sanity RELIABLE R B BREVARD rHas a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at dONE PRICE and that the very lowest thee market justifies IthPRIISIINTBDor8 ROOFING A SPECIALTY e E1iKMANL HlCKMAN KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in 850000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000CDoes TermActssolicitedto freThe Funds and Securities protected by the V SafeeHas never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T TYLER President W C JOHN SON Canblert C A HOLUOMBE VlcePrwident S A IBERG Ant Cashier HICKMAN WAGON CO NA1gur CTDSEtE Yr TilE CELEERATEI EOZHA WAGlOmS U FIlCKMAN KENTUCKY LITYPOWBRHBILTB RESTORED The weak mads strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles Wtpbup wervigor lenean THEY NEVER FAIL Ko matter how hopeless the case mayee m AstonLshlnj and quick rev Rowerful1 Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vitality are the product of the latest mostnatur111yandNervo Tablets skillful and learned research In clousfflOlClevery time used They begin at the neat of the dl ease and act on the andanc1Ubevery They have our unyual lie guarantee They surely and ManhoodTiredSt Vltus Dance Nervous Headache Backache Trembling Numbness Lost Power end all such gwilli ands of Testimonials but your best way Is to try them We refund the money it a cure In not PrintsfiOc1 same ax cash Address THE NEBVO REMEDY CO 308 Wost 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