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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 a1 =1IfJN- I L 4 1cI y THE IIC4J JOURIERgu oL EisT lrIW PAPEF IN V ESTERN KENTUCKYRU 9f IV M = = ESTABLISHED 1859 lHICKMAN FULTON COUJMTY KY AUGUST 29 1902 = u VOL XXXVII I NO 31 uII r h i ii a r i t i st4 t4 I Lz i4 i Y I 3 SPEND YOUR MONEY AT HOME In a financial way the cotnwnnit prospers most that has most to sell A family with a fixed income which buys more than the amount of that income must fall iu debt and loarn from th extravagance the bitter meaning of tit wortl povert This oyorybody knows and tries ugmtu5Buteverybody realizes so well that it is tho same with familythatmore produces or sells cannot thrive Ithat th county that imports moro than it sends from its limits must soon cattle to be ii- a in badway that flint Stole will behebackward whflh buys heavily abrcadj and soils but little beyond its ownI bouudriusj that the nation will grow poor aVaiiiHt which the balance of trod j continually weight Here of coarse ware e not immediately concerned with the Whole country nor oven with the whole State but wo nro directly concernedI with this economic principle in our own neighborhood We should as a tom inanity try not to buy from abroad niore than we can soil abroad ThitI does not mean we must stop buying but we must buy at home when we can The man in our own community into whose hand wo put the price ot a home purchased commodity is better dis posed and butter able exactly to thtamount of that price to pure have in turn some commodity of ours or ofuneighbor who will buy u commodity off ours Money spent nt homo always cornet back in part money spent abroad is apt to stay abroad dor it i a u rely mado to feel woleomo there Nelson Record o I Ilirslcinn ami Druggists druJtlirmwritsVoSuigleyj i throedozensatisfactitatorder three times and today we gave your salesman another order We beg pleasureIunt L P L W S Ellison a ltfJbI0NSEO S JNew York CoiniucrCial jts T uarB the story 01 Ii su7cot Lon seed and the millions of dollars it yields annually whew a few years ago the seed was a nuisance outlawed by tho States of th bocotton1857 was one imposing a fine of 20 for every day that cotton send ws left sarQnnd1 agin house to uiOuaco heap r Ju I1870 n process for extract tug oil front cottou sOld had boon dis covered and a product worth SMOOO TW realized What was deemed 1r nuisance hi 181 coqtiuucd to pros valuable through invention until iu the census year of 1000 itj ave a rcru tot the mill operators of over S12411000 Cottonseed oil is used on the table rivaling that of the olive and threaten jag to drive tbe latter from tho uutrktI rim oil also enters iuto soup and butte making and is burned in minors lamps This huHare used in making Imps fuel and fertilizer whilo enormous quantities of the seed itself hind a marKot as rood food for cattle x a tJHEAH RATKS TO TEXAS i Qn the first tad third Tuesday JRcl1 tfimitlt the Cotton Bolt will ell round trip tickets to Texas Arlmnsus- I Louifjaua Oklahoma anti Im1mn torI thrvat ouo frt pjua 2J0 for tio raund trip Tickets will be limited to tllre weeks for return And will allots itWP o overs on tbo going trip I1 or full par- tIculars anti for huntlaousp illustrnt l inmnlcU Homea in the Southwest j ami Through Texas with a CnniernRod write toW O Peslor Dist Puss AU t j Jot Main Street MomphiaI TonniKseo KENTUCKYS OIL FIrLDo Iti cver iu the history of the State of Keutachy ina excitement oyor oil tiehls caused so touch general intort Rjeh t c111 are being struck daily and each qlay a well in anewi locality widons the c field Capitalists front tho older oil fi UIJB vi aip just llcliillllipJ1 tQ realize t Jjjniiortancoof this now field a better pideof+ oil and at shallower depths i k making the cost of drilling much 1loss li titan in tho upper fields is quite an in l ucejneiit Thcrp era bojug put flown A1 Aort hundreds of wells and proper ts i 1 ia rucrcascd in several instances of I II a thousnuclpercentLeaso1 pre chat 11 t1Mtrh nd3 dally and fabulous pcicos tiroI fceiHg paid for leiin some section + f LOW POINTS iJ Take your Plow Points to Gcorgt j1 I1r4it c 9i centsf tto 4- J 0 + r d- yM a YA CIRCUMSTANCES ALtER CgSESyN Y Journal of aayofkaothv One Uuitel Sutras ComJl1erccII aelrrlistill iu the j carrvxre I viewn rose and fell with his tartan jI A quarter of n century ago he was very i prosperous mid was a conspicuous j ndvocnte of the single standanl and of j the resumption of specie payments j j Later his investments tarred out a Itfatorable eassan advoeat piton unadorned uudLs uisotl fiat I money At a still more recent leriwlji hu fortunes had somewhat rovtvtd mid i was an advocate ot tree silver cot ui ijj Iage ExGov Borg of Texas is troiug through A somewhat similar evolution I The sale of the oil fields in which 1 lie i baa invested for S lOcO hat jtist been reported from London A ie W i years asu he was not a rid wan an I axe down on corporations and th uuMicy ixiwer and Britishold II rlii Las ncjv made a fortune out of stocks oil and regards the money pnrver with ij uomplainncyi aud approves of HIithJj i J quid He slid refurf to put lmus + lf in j t rotor tlr ss in ordr to be pr ntedl toC i the ling but apart from that = ho iis accepting the prlip ofw ralt i raofnlly aud seems to roy lltipR entertained Iby the sw 11l in Laidon iitt and nn one has heard all thillit that j ii 1 soumlil Pojiulislic from him iuCtIh J i truck oiL j j Wnfcli For n Chill j I jisi However yeasr climate it is the forerunner of uialaria A disposition to yawn andII hefarel E promptstimulAtlvo i of the malarial gornl out of tho 9yster of pnrllius the btootltQDe up the system bSI gooEGIxS j luTIE J iiAmongI nun aiuaso themselves in the cohltcto- of i the eggs of wild birds and there are quite n number of such treasures to be It found irt this country Of late tearsi j n sa 1P tlmn 7 f 11 ti 1111 1 a the common birds of a State or n divisi ion of the country was II eonsiderdL 1 among the first rank Todn asea yish plaything The regular collect ors desire to represent overy leading member of tho birth kingdom while ocr extinct and oven prehistoric birds The eag of the great northern auk which died out roots than half a cent ago la now troth anywhere from dode1 o which lived formerly in Madagascar isi worth several huudrod dollars Tufc of file diuorlo a giant feathered creht are or slew Zoalpnd lla worth even m ore N lust Look nt Her Whence came that uprightly atep faultiest skin rich rosy complexion swllini face She looks Koocl foela good Heres her secret She uses Ding I New Lifo Pills Resultallguns active digestion good ro benqI achee no silence for blues It 1 C thorn yourself Only 25c nt Cowgtlf Cowgilis I mofTUIUUTE OF la CIIi I t Iveutqeky Lodge No 340 Hickumn Ky Aug 18 1002 oWltorPas Telof Death has again visited our Lodge puts taken Wint v nil Drother Christopher MniiffoJd w joinedl the Knights of Honor in 187D departed this life on July 21 let I going at that tune the oldest member of our Lodge Therefore j i J Rwwlved Thai we hereby exp teesso j IImournIII J i kVi gaff in Itnssblsi sltburlasion f l t l l tots1 best 1 Resolved That we extend to the be rcavwl family our syiupRtbieti and corn mend thorn to Uod who iis a gentle ndi RslIi t nilI1 I tit mourning j Bat these resolutions bo t sproad upon our miputea a copy bo sent to the boroavW fwHy nn 3 a copy be prtntjMl In file Hipfeuian Courier HoWDY Moons OITQ HKRTWICK orrW OoWiilLL Committee An alleged iliviuo liaaldr and prophet was scourged out of town by a orowa of Wbitccaps at Tesarknu Ark A ti ttlWUS left n Isis door Sams fate sympathisers n If t YEAR OF PROSPERITY Favorable vwather goodI soil and ripening cropsl BOA tinue to make the agricultu al prospect as reseate as tfce Ilwislleeruuld s L publishedi tell ofa geiieiiU condition which means much to the country t IITllIle are only a few dig htlt the crop will be below the average Drought hnst injured only a few txtl tiesrlIIP floods Jiin ve da i apyd corn and wheat tl jsoiiK valleys Virhich will nol I x Utltlgreatly by the overtfow I of rivers and ereeks while iitho far greater area of ufjj tul1 has l t rInn1 jevtTy rain As long as such ch rill reports continue to JtV sinr out tht+ re iis no dangn of u cessation of prosperity Sue 4 in ntuht J suit depends ultimately1 upon ta the measure of prosperity W whichI iis vouchsafedl to tthe KB farmer Wlun his liW jare Hot rewarded c nfidrnee391 lacking and comnuivialp stagnation begins IT juSLustBcokwjtlter Ohiohan infant child IBour neighbors was suffering frumla cholera infantmu The doctor had jfivyyi up nil hopes of recoveiv I took aJKj tle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera m 110111teLIU d it nseilxccordiug to dirtll1nlii fullyrecoverednearly a y car a vigorous health girl 1 huvo tratucntinIJ I artysiutie t Cowllll Cuailt11RIOSIT I RJg G- tt J f4t ralts m tt6erc naturally nu ear would grow i ariusfr id fortysix chutes or little Norn of wellars course are jj- developrd iu hot thy have the shape of ear of corn andsome are well matured- insgra It way grown by Uncle Levi JwhnHon of the Cauton district Cadiz record TOMATO WEIGHS OVER TWOII POUNDS They were whoppers We refry to two tomatoes Carroltons hers gardener placed tRpat oar table Satowlay The two tomatoes weighed 2312tad 2 pounds respectively We refer touftr old friend John Paluier Carrollton ewa Jr JE liKST IS THE C1IKPEST Not how clnap but how good is the question The TWICK AWEEK REPQBLIO sellra- firstclass ucci per It prints alt tlm s that in worth printing If yon atrye posted on all the important and interII UlbIoney aUld riins win produce and lease sliouhl be the distinguishing + Sioldjtol family I Subscription price 5lJ u year Any 1 newsdealer neWspRjier or postnutster VIH llUVlvu year ouisrui jbttxii or y JiSlRKPUHLICj Louis Mo J yutr mouth remind vu It indirutr thaL l your stomach is in had cordition andj I will reunnd roc that therE jly uothirsq1 for rush a disordrr a4 ChalH Ilxrluios Stomach t Liwr TiiUlefs ail I used thertl4Py cleftui lYei g + httt the bowels For sale at 35 ceuU per 1x x by Cowgill St Cowgill 3 POWER OFI FflLremarkable qanrryinfr feat wn IA uccomplwhetl at Rubilsav j uarriea Aberdeen Scotland EJA1= largo steno had been drillod ready for splitting riles tho thought struck tlit foreman that the gevoro frost which prevailed might be utilized Wa water poured into each of tbo drilledL bolas and it was found after a couple cjrj idays that the block of grantic bad eont t pletely burst open An idea of thjj immense power of the frost will bpg gathered whoa it ia stated that thj stone thins detached measurers twolv feet by five Amt and has a weight off about SIX tonsrr0 rr r PRO ABILITIES1 FOR HHIL1 V editor of the Courieri O nial hasatno time andi i xto way explesspda preftri 1 ofNn dflllOeratie r Wor president lie fi 5 ying ever since Mrsliftt if the party is to JY Jail90Atit Inuit find l flGSh1nau j onefofliSLprtli some man who Bpt been mixed up1 in the alltporats cuunitewhuon was in 1 7Ualld1111 a1 f connection he has sug d severall 1 erson who j Jhtv und certain eill lllj1 ices lbecome eligiblel us P linees If TonI JohnsonJ j geminated and elctvd nor of Ohio lie trillM Y bulltpdly 1lIt in the run If for a third time elllor Pattison carries ij rlvania hc + eing now Jididat for governor so Jiebe In likt mannerI th11ocrntic tltojfiilsbe nominated and eleo ap governor of the Empire pte the situation of IJSTG wLJ 1 very nearly Mi IWASHIflGTONS OLD HOME union Aug 93lhe statements thetj to 11tt hOUlett withrt 1tVjj porlt who bayo hetroWiotfet oJ ni the subject Tho ttitJ t8l1JgI bar when the properly was placed in their hands for sale a year alto the saute project was mooted and ctiacnaeed the newqiapors but it was dismissed spasIiave not been approached by an Amer icu offer Conuni lour Parker of St Louis informed a renrescntabive of the Asso erl Press to dui that there is no utoremeut whatever in this direction anti that tho tea ie abaolately imprac iaWe 1he Mayor of Banbury also said lw i had no knowledge of uay negotiations for thu purchase of the Washington house 1 NINEI Y TO ONE HUNDRfiD MILKS AH HOUR New York Aug 23An electrical OQmpauy at Lynn Mass is building t faun which III to soon bo used in lili Lynnl1 Uinke fti to JOU miles au hour It is add ed that the track for the train Jn Illi dais is almost complete that the line t ruulrkaherbrpossible giuios have been eliuiinated Tlwtrirty wilt be the votive poweri usernn1 A train of three tar has Inon hullt for the tint trial The train will Ibe itniIVJwIthj I I12 motors of 1JO hor- luvcr flIh lOHtfiul of blab sjKtHl iri rreasiiig tin danger jit js cluimeil that the tlliwill b safer and mu lstic of liitvinifj t tv rails than au ordinary Mt ear Thenlwor h ddl l ibv the cle tricrauc is that the train iin iractkMlIy elentricaliy chits tu tlto trdk and canto leave vhilt 11t JK VIT i oa The location + + f the track H nuti given in the tliputeh jiTho latest trust formed is by tho toanufjictureM of harvsjtiu machine The cjipital of the trust w f t 00000f ttiid it includes the McCoruiicK Utcr log and alt tho other hilt concern in- thet country Tins is a trust t1 luch tatrill directly effect the farmers and iim lplfeuioiU dealers JIRusseli sage issne a noto of warning KlgautJl1ntltries of the country Tbe tnmn filianoier predicts a terrible panic with tIloss such ns has not been dreamed of in this country if the plans of the great organizer lIre carried out 4 BOUGHT GRAVEYARD RESTCLOSET tilts Laura Hanking a wellto do woman of this city buried n pet dog in a lot adjoining Oak wood Cemetery She had intended to bury the animal beside he fathers grave in the family square iin Oakwood but the funeral p cession was stopped at the gate and the authorities refused to permit the curial of n dog in the grounds Mrs Hankins at unee purchased the lot outride the cemetery wall and with t lu lli istance ofIt well knotvu niidertakfiand several earJ ypathirsingftij sixpound terrier 1hs drk diod several months HJO at Long Branch nndWUtl hur jlet there iill1 zinc I bC When II ITnnkin returned site wasj inconsolable and tleeidrdu have ttli terriers rouuiins removed here and buried by the side of her fath er The nude taker met the re main + vvliicii saute by express hut the eunijtletc arrangements for HJI eliorat funeral were upset by I h ceiiuiery officials only to be curried out later withadded intor est The grave was covered with handsome dowers and some tsars erc shed while n crowd of curi ous people hung over the fence watching the burin with more in terest than reverenceN Y Suni i THE LAW OF BUSINESS 1 Seattle Poet Iniellige cerJ Iu the view that wo have referred to the event in significant It fits with the piton culeof a buxincHS conduct of bus Ioii tH nn ap n4of thou de- eery 1 11 mtltT1frtt carious existence struggling to make ODd tneir foothold on the precipice where they Karl been lodged as purely eculative ventures Tho patrouage that wonld hnvo apposed one good newspaper vra a starvation income when divided Mnonir so many And of course no oue of them Lad the reeour cart to make a good newspaper or give to the publio what it hadn right to ex pact This condition exists today in man quarters It will be corrected by the pressure of bhsinoss liars l Illinois CentralI HIH1- l F IXTKRBST 1- 0SrOCEBOLPEBS Free Transportation to Attend the illeetingstnt Chicago Public notice iS hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of CompanyI 29s1103 at eleven oclock in the forenoon alto that the regular annual meeting of the stockholdem of the Company will lx held at its olllces in Chicago Illinois on Wconestlay October 15 1002 nt teen To permit penronalnUeudlU1co at tlicso nuttingR there will be issued to each capitallltock j thaI on Friday August 1 1902 and kctoI I stockholders of record on Friday September 10 1902 a ticket enabling I thoII I I j I be Central Railroad nearest to hi I or hi t n gjst red address to Chicago fitand nturu such ticket to bo good for I the jrnrney to Chicago only during the I j andjl I j yarn journey troth Chicago only on the dayut the nifwfing and the four days I j immediately following when properly i counieTKignetl and stamped dnnug bus oases hours flint is to say between 9 i a in and 6 p m in tho office of the Assistant Seretary Mr W G Brnou I obIi as BIJOVB on applicatioa iu writing to t HutllDStI i full name and address of the stockbold j er exactly u given iu his or her certifi nnmIa suoh certificate H note than Jl6 Jtcr ou trill bo rauriod free in reppeut to any one holding of stock as registered ou the books of th+ Joatjt uy A O HACKSTAFF Secretary I d O E EAKBE- eaecal S Grocer Powell Block Clinton St nviDgpurehascel Uc Grocery Sock + J J CYgdllragt would be pleased toLatta all old OocdarBuy Sunshine wilfietomer JOHN RINGWOOD eze aT- 4lt GtQCQ i L ihO llnkqS d as Biekoan fJf BUTTER LAGS OETIOKBNS i j i i A SPECIALTY II Goods Delivered Proe I n Telephone No SDI I TI rOt t1R SLEKlKKS YIV MOIJIhE OHIO K R Between St Louis and Now Orleans andTacksonvilleO R R DgS KDAVIDSON Ientistr HIOKMAN KENTUCKY cOffice over Oowgill Co gilla Drug store CITY BARBER SHOP herotopatronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please yea than wo old reliable barbers n U OALDWELL WILL CROWEIL COURIERJOU NAl Elite A WEEK flO1iVUIE bIUU 4 the t per Imml fort riTngtod States for Dcmocrnts and = Ja1J11 ofDailies anaru 0 pe1lm malY SemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor Tho Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS tho Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent freo on application Addrcsq- COURIEIWOURNAL COMPANYLouisville t 200 CAIRO TO ST LCUIS AM RETIIKX Yin 3IobIo Ohio 11 R ln15 AI ylowing Nine hays In St Louis Tickets toad for return up to and in eluding August 27 1903= giving ample time to visit the Worlds Fair Grounds the numoroas beautiful summer gar dens and to attend the races and baso ball games For further information apply to M fc O Agents LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R U DEPOT J H POLLOCK Prop Pirst class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams itc Customers PolitenessPatronage All Were SaTed 1 For years I suffered untold mistry from Bronchitis writes J II Johnston of Uronghton Ga that often 1 was unable to work Then when everything elw failed I was wholly cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Coufiumptiou My wife suffered in tensely from Asthma till it cured her and all our experience goes to show it ic the bat Croup iiicdiciuo iu the world A trial will convince you itsunrivaled for Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles LOc and 81 Trial bottles free at Cowgill Cowgil rISE FARX FOR SALE The Abe Underwood farm 3 milesj from Ilickinau adjoining Coinbs Springs containing 120 acres Go acres cleared 2 good dwelling houses 2 good barns 2 cisterns 2 wells and several never tailing springs the whole place in good conditiou biteotwo and three years Apply to SIiis A V UNDERWOOD tTry a pound ol phase Saxhorn Rio Coffee and you will liSo no other 815 4t LEDFORD RADDLE 4 sit i i II- j It 1s t t I f t tj1 4 l 1 o- jc r a- NhLr A Sil tr s k zI s l 1 1T- p k t OUR kEVBB WORK U S Engineer A F Kilpatrick old Inspector Vigsthhd will commence work at Hick a1 next Monday to fin ally stone out ltlfc righto way on first 2 j iuils of tile Hiefcfoaa and tutee ere ready Tor the coni nodtractOr3contractors are the icuiphis Limn tractSrjujjCompiinyi and that company will1 vouiuieaee sbovelinp dirt at Hickman on September l15 to Complete au Oll fore January 81 1803 EIGHTY YEARS IIN ONE PLAGEl Undo Alfred Coleman ltvin s miles went of Cadiz wu in town Tues duymor tin r 01 the 13th of March he will bo eighty years oldsiis now living in the yard whereI was horn and never wade his wmtnelsewhere He was nmrriud fifty uino years ago last February to Miss Thomas daughter of old Parry1homac deceased mud he aud his veuy ruble wife now live alone at the old home place They have reared u Jarge family of children ill of whom UfO grown with families aud nil are 1001 substantial citizens Mrs man is eight months younger titan her husband Hath enjoy good health bid fair to enjoy the pleasures of world u number of years lannor Ca diz Record Officer Killed Commodore IJostick weal known aud a former c erk for Jim Sii Cuvu I at Fulton killed a deputy slur Dichlstudt Mo yesterday where he is conducting a saloon The information received was that tho otlicer had to servo a warrant on Uostiek at some way they got into a ditHcully and the officer was shot and killed Hehu wasplaced in jail and telegraphedI for Sam Cro spud to come and defend Ihim and for Mr Cavouder to go on his hour Olaytkld Mesenger RIP1 HICKS FOR SENATOR Mayfleld Mirror A dispatch to the Lonisvillo Post In forms ns that Rip Hicks of Ueelertou- Utckmun County has boon solected for Senator in the district composed of Graves Hioktnan and Fulton Counties Now this is news indeed Who sol Mr flicks and where and when was 10 selected It has been the custom for some years past to let the people have something to do with the selection of their officials we have an idea that Mr Hicks will find that custom still vogue before he is seleced for Sen 1f tj i1D9 SJoJgMAt u 1 1 advaAboutshepherd clog belonging to 111YSteriouslyeto than two weeks later the ani mal was found in an al cloned well on the farm froJ11I which it was extricated Bei jugs yond being quite thin from the long fast it was allriReWinchester Democrat roMA atItauthority that Uov Beckham wanLsidering the advisability of calling 1lomuxtra session of the Legislature to confactosidertboL and N Southern ulaidproject with a view to checkmatingt IrvJ1 Iu tIllS connection it was stated that 1 0rkad consulted with Judge Thomas II Gordon inthe matter and had been nilisedUmt1 g is11itlation on the subject was not adequate provHencehere of the Legislature together J Gordon is Lawrenceburg today mil confirmation of the report could no secured hereLouisyille1itnesJo in RAISE 5000000 FUN Nashville Teun Aug 27 The Hoard of Trustee of tao M boommetidofchoouugi Dfuncli lint port ofSlnperannuated Gtbedeceased iopreachers of the denomination The last General Conference an izsd the creation of this fund an was provided that none of the rote should be used until the print ii reaches 3100000 when 75 per coutbe comes accessible to tho beneficiaries absence and the remaining 25 per cent is to be iadded to tho principal until the fund pun reaches 55000000 All the interest then becomes payable to the ben slice I cries All loans will be made upon return improved realty and the committee is hoi allowed to lend more than 40 per cent of the value of the property funds will be loaned from and the in terest will be paid iu Nashville Rev A F Watkins of llrookh avon dam aliys elected eut comlfundrotaries at the last General cougiuveto C 1 WHY THE IRUiTS THREATEN PROSPERITY Russell Sugo raises bis voice in warn ofLrtketransagainstthe l ltprinciple of combination in business predicts a crash that will bCL na tional1 disaster Sage might as well es against the1 flow of the1 countrys ri coopo station of capitalI One phrnmuon in as natural as the other Steam 1 tricity and modern iinvention MaO made combination inevitable Business vieii theysu by joining forces they cnn mako more atom y UlxtBut Mr Sago is manifestly right n ays that tho existiug trusts ire Cfrtlhetutu to bring about a tluanciel cdllupso1 the average they are not Ii ItlIll protfltpha ut1 pfrrttiraLTuelefor plunder EFFECT OF SALOONS ON HICK MAN OPINIONS OF UUtt i1LSI outs1I1andsxcrmR nv MW S Mt HtTHlUXD I prthej perous wince Ilhewtr New liisinus nov factories new buildinyn its uorer Ixtorr no failures fiuno ve shut out sn loon Good order arid sobriety mi our streettar liHter iliitti old di ys of gn rthoi ri A drunk man nircjy loghereonenciGartea nosiness more profitttbie Even our bun ks nltlionjrh they hn1 e reduced disconun1t avenge of 2 per cent ygt both banks increxred their urofita A M DeBow roezMy wish 1 I have increased 2S jpu cout Civorge Warren editor =Busia better in every respectt J11 T Tyler iuanrnnce Business creasing Curuthoes My bU81nt86 hut iUltrcmsed 100 percent Enol11roHmHOl less do since saloons are ont W J Johnson cnshior Abont the same J A Thompson Dejiosits iucr tised 1 theo times ildi Business iniproviuj gen prallrfM shapeillard I than ever berate Haltzer Thought it would ruin busi centinV sa liucruA t T ti 1+ tmutv dfi Tn inS Improvftd toot tffiy7financially and physically H O Amberg Absence of saloons j every way 1 W Cowgill Better cash traderno saloons under any condition Stephens i SmithBooks show bet than ever men pity that never paid heforeaBuchanau atalltage of no saloons 1 Isler Increase in freight outside o over 23 por cent Crowoll barberIncrease in base LOSS have to put in another chair- evesBusiness gooda1 11 Swayne Town better iu every ect than in 12 years RosednleBosiness good and factory Wm llrrjBnslllcss good 11t saloou Dillon mayor Town in sates ry condition ice business good the a better quality of work in marble W MoKlroy grocer Cash sales so is our town gtillgoer Shaw Our town is greatly im I ed Chops SmithStead agoedgec1utnrtcdtIltJ civilizedt tott nIlegood streets int Stock Co Amos Nichols CashI increasingD filed Good business ion growing rapilhlSlTom Dillon marshal Our town on at houses in demand no mnu need le if ho wants to work J M Ilnbbard Practice pleasi er rest collections cnsilOnorge Buck Business good would f1fswap I t court 1Uh1ANd was coulratsfactaipalfreedom here this morning in the of Jailer Smith Mrs Smith took her husbands shot now and arming lierectuntilhtothey wore forcer to to their cells lfihSOCIALISTSIj j taelakel Denver ColoHof I j partythevote of jUtthI resulted fin tin noiii yi sold of Ida C Howlet tnrrcute t Sdwnrd a llt lcf Oen for governor rit T FIGHTING1 ROOMf L Mayor John Isaes has nllca reputation lor himself in Jh ffJtlenientt of quarrels hctwlen wfil menhascsta fl Tit jtiliInimiing room andxlnlo i n11lverst sibpnville O fomspotfdent i tl1t layer Menus l f qiisamong neighbor woman aiii4also i ial ned bv oxpcrienCe 1 ihfe t lt cart have their say oiit tojJk thOHFlilI tI tltitn wiimen appear belore him fir lth tad tn get stet he JMsI thrill in Isis private office und tlieiit rtbirnithive vented t hlnall they wanted to Kllel jn tfvt bsterole Jt1somc cases the hnShnliett suchwomen have been iutli d1 0IltsilIg0UlP4SSr the ufiJhtmg rte Iht uite 1I11orsIf li I thn details of his plan utHJ vita of putting it in opei i tPlllslhM DIVORCES ASKED FOR PerThe foIlofriiiK divorce suits nru J- II f before our Circuit Court lfuofDemerettii Long vs J W Long Mrs lEmma Losk vs John LnaJu ti mSaruh Napier vs Kd Napier S f IulJor2Lola 4 j oJr IJnryGrlJ vs Preston Gray V f Emma F Taylor vs Clint R TayiaCcj Shelbys r Gfo BarefieUJ va Mat tie Baroffold Stallingui V Ida McDnniol vs Tray McDaufel tNellie P Bnmham vs Truly Bninhain Arkri Kittrell w Altx Kittrell ubledOUR GOVERNORSHIP i l For one we have nev anycikhen able occupation findlepnta husin9sS2ouldacqept the oflioe of GovenidrHV rsdliI1 S nnttrue rep1 onsiblll irtlffinl heanan1t1SKArE recent electiilll outrankedK court of appeals It has houtr ever the glamour of honorf3 e traditions and large all1 lotta1+ metp fshow it has sufficient importI file t to gratify those who do sire to occupy eonplCuo- HpositionsLexillgton J Her t CMQRE LITIGATION UBELliQOrItUT Capt J C Harris arrived in city yesterday from Tiptonjj1 lastltuightII j j i l cj3 HeolicfOJtof which was settled by the euproiueiJ i9le court at Jackson several niQiitlis f says todays Memphis COJU j rciuJ Appeal ij I stated that his lawyers WCIO j + drafting bill of injunction to bejl I in the chancery court at ff City tuffs weelnsking thltfj who fish and hunt onl fIrained from plying their trade ths lakji unless he was paid n Ut royalty The1 supreme1 i decided that fapt Harris I tthe owner of the lake but as d not drain it because of the ly that its drainage would bEI detrimental to adjoining JundsjThe luke being his property heliifii desires to control it e stated that ho did not desiroj cl exact pay from visiting sports3 JCmenI atrfor pleasure and recreationJ ti enhance the value of ti lc chair as a tempting spot he esij theereuprofessional sportsmen vhoi tf the game for profit K I jfLR Ojliismlmentl ll i ooc vu = = = I Ia ii- II I Look VLooki L WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE f AGENCY FOR THE I i I AMERICANwD STEEL ALL + FIELD FENCE I galvamaedti Yu- I tiItmI lv vrovitU s for expansion and contrac M d t tiou Oiihy Best Bessemer steel wires4k lI u d always of uniform quality I I IKfotr goes wrong no matter I i I faw great a snit f- I 1IputonitI DoS tot mulilate bullft I tees dkittJlj turnrcattle horsesj ho s and pigs + EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers Cult and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fence roar Holds so they will stay fenced I rbialIafJ fence formerly sold by U U Shaws tSons We intend to keep t it in stock if it can be bright We also have a lugs and well selected line of Bnggiti l tvni Iruplf munts Harocss c W S HENDERSON CO r lAPPLE GROWING mael have been n time when apple grow jug was n mere adjunct to farm lll1whlu specialtyas live stuck growingj ffc stilted thatI it was jjust as nee ossary to cultivate apple trees n- I ny other crop Possibly more so tnlus mire peculiarly suscepti thwo or t Tennessee and North Carolina lin altitudes above 1600 feet hutI that it was n questionable matter in lower attitudes He doubted if tho Cumberland plateau wet fully suited to apple growing al1 1- wer though it would bo superior sections1laslfvIlls Amerii can WONDERFUL MAN CLAIMS TO BE 121 YEARS OLD As little as has been said abet itt no doubt Marshall county has says the Benton KyI Democrati living within her bounds one ofj thc oldest men ifnot the very odcstin the whole country OldI Uncle t notfivesttt Glade claims he will be 121 years old next October Me says his5 was in the siege of York town ATa in 1751 which battle sod the Revolutionary war Uncle Pleas claims his parentsI always told him he was born on the day the battle of Yorktown 1i41rvvhjch makes him 120 years andJ movedUnyears ago and lived for many years in the Magness section of the until five years ago when became unable to sorlandpas sent to the county poor house jyhere j he cmihl be cared for JJis wife died a year or so before he leavinghimi way lie 1 has no relativesI in totsI coon Hand e has been an honest laird vferkfng quiet citizen having religiOilsl byTaller atGailchle 1flat he was earned into the chairjhaltixedl 1 So the Christian churchat le has the distinction of having oldest member of any church fij llio country Aii woman never really iovs a man until she knows hll1oesll tri 1 THIEVES AT MT HERMON rBetween the hours of three oclock one Sunday and three the nest Sunday a thief or a set off them entered Mt flermou church awl finding nothing that wmll benefit them iu 0II u peddlesstrings of the organ rendering it useless The Mt ITermon congregation tloadli5titquiIHcldJgIatnuwIJ ry Andany plan or set of me lowdownI Ihisifonce tloto famous elm tree where justice could be administered to them i KyireceivedI through the mail with no name signet Tho i i respeueibiltyh no aamo beinc attached ttII WAS DRUNK I Brattleboro Vt Aug 26 The collapse of Rev Sam uel Small the wellknown 1 temperance lecturer who was to speak for the NoLi conseLocalOption party J MrSmalls toclaJMr 8ma11says wasdrunkexcuse to Ofltlr 1 ifwomen had wayno r liRASSHOPPERS USEFUL Topeka Hon Cor to InterOcean Farmers in Western Kansas Eastern Colorado and Southwest l Ii upodgrasshopper as a pest andn menace to crops Instead the iini asect set and the arrival of a swarm of insects is united with as touch de Hhr ift Otmrc1m r some tine ehttfffi rtJtitlldo of tUo farmers toward the grasshopper is the result of the discovery that they are excellent food for tur keys nllort than n quarter of a ccntu r3 atedestroyed thousand of dollars worth of erips in Kansas and gave this state its first reputation for suffering 1ho farmers in thus days raised no turkeys und th insects thousands lout of full turke3 sway are 1odu ovine emslin the iHJjKansasTheemst l n each bird iis said to lJnble to run emsc sumo qUIl1lofbetween piiiD every day ronnessocsitlo TRIP ETS married throe couples Monday Mr MawJieGheo1 Shelton and Addio nncChnrlio ofJI Texas RateFe Lowered 5 1 Round trip tickets to points in Texas ArkansasIndian Territory and Louisiana Oklahoma Belt will be sold by the Cottonon the first and third Tuesdays of at weekson going trip Tell us where jou want euctCOStyou are anxious schedulersend you Our hando better place to locateI we your xi trip rhoSouthRestWltba Camera M ADAMI Tray Pass Agt J H JONESCentrol Ticket Agent CairoIllEPass Ticket Agent St Louis Ma c I LOW R TES j TO TFX c j Bring your Job Work here z I It 10 1 f- P 1 r i TT- 11Li i T c ii- F i- I i- I ii i- tt I I i t 4t 4 4I I tir tiAt twt r rt It- to r i 1W iF i iY in L iI c 1 i 7 I SAGES- t PREDICTION i Russell Sage will hardly be ac cused of being called au anarchist u socialist or even a calamity howler When t therefore he says tlitthe ultimate result of the trust development if continued and increased will bringabout the revolt of the pooplo and finun diallillin frightful beyond prec- edentitmaS be safely sot down by UiOrfflOSt conservative as ado lnrr ationentitled to the gravest w iglttlITRAMPS AT FULTON1 s Pulton Ky Aug fSipco the raid oCtiio police on tramps in Memphis tlusf county is overrun with beat class of persons SEbcy arc coming oast in droves beg- Fingstea1in6 and frightoniug women and children The freight trains out of Memphis lunsbo bringing out hundreds wen ty six vbre put out of oue box ear below this town last night ihe officers hero havo warned them out3f town and unless thoy hoed their warning some of them will bo badly hilcL fAlTH AND TOOTHACHE lNow York Times Dr llerbort W Spoucar tolls the fol lowing story df his attempt to corner a Christian Soicutist Every Limo we met this Seieut ltl took occasionXv toscol at medical science and to dwoll upon the wonders which could bo performed throngh faith You are convinced that through faith yon can do anything I said to him one dayi at1ho01 replied faith will uiovo monntains A irklater ho was in my oHlce wlthraswollen jaw duo to a toothache What you here I I oxolnimed with feignedi astonishment Oh doctor be said I hare suffered agony all through the night I situ jJy cant stand this pain any lougortHave you tried faith T I asked him You Know you told me tho other do that faith could move mountains But this Is a cavity doctor this is a cavity HENRI SCORES 400 Louisville Ky Aug 23 Henri Wat terson of the CourierJournal hall written an editorial headed A Hook of Unclean Birds It saps Tho four hundred coiitriroJL JtMiiv thomgclves before IJVJll1bIiO Q wCac1 it way the Fair tragedy in France that recalled infelicities and vulgarities of u family which except for its millions would hove decorated the criminal in stead of the social annals of its tIme To days sensation relates to the Van Alcus an offshoot of tho Astor It will be romembored that ono J Van Aleii an amorous donkey with do Jan bought in advance of a represent tivo of Grover Cleveland in case he was elocted the Italian mission sub 6criijj g it is said 50000 of tho Astor iheckcls to the campaign funds Tho story got onto and charaetnris tically Clevoland having plenty of money ropudiated the lead of his agent Van Aleu losing his mission This iip the same Van AIM whoso daughter de fled his wishes and married tho man of her ownselection a few weeks ago Note conies the Rcull1J ton suicic and we learn that it was all on account of another Van Alen girl or as hinted on account of an interdiction to another marriage l y Van Alon And so it goes Wo never hear of the four hundred ex cope it be a murder suicide or a divorce biroi13 cannot mishitting an injured husband a recreant and disgraced wife or at least l gilded nincompoop like Van Ale n ij firR I sTaovls lot4 STATION CAIRO E ou I MONTG0MER 1r iMOBIlE IJACKSONVUlt KEW ORLEANS f TIME OF TRAINS AT UNION OIT- itth Bound noiNoa U- lNo 4 Leaves 11 53 am No12 Leaves tteekdaya mixed 130 a m Wtli Bound Ni1f 1 Leaves daily 105 p 08 LeayesnV 8i7 a m Iiol Leaves wk day mxd 800 a mr C s CLARKE fl Od 1 lanserST LOns tMHEPARD ONOMBEALt Gmi9Pantd7COt AOtn1lHrAImt- V1 XOBIU ST LOtJIi 1ft RHEUMATISM RINGS A sufre ors from rheumatism who believe iflioy will be cured of tair MCho through wearing a certain kind oinatal rr g would be eur prised jioilraps to hear that they are keeping alive an old supersti tion that owed its origin to one of the eerQuiQHifcs performed iu Kn glnncl on Good FrkUy The cere mony was called the blessing of the rump Rings and was carried out by the king himself whe went into his private chapel nccoml all L ied only by his great almoner eruwlod on his knee to the cruci fix anti there blessed a silver bowl full of gold and silver rings These rings were afterward die trib i tod to people who were after ward distributed to people who werciniilicted by rheumatism anti epilepsy The idea is supposed to jhave been originated in a certain I I ring given by a pilgrim to Edward the Confessor which wn lvrayj 1 kept in Westminster Abbey and tisod us n cure for each ills GROWTH OF CHRISTIANITY Within the lact census decade from 1890 to 1000 the following churches snowed the following peroeiitage of Romanl7ntllntioEpiscopalL NorthtCougregationil 2lSoutherni j J grailthoseof mentioned was 2727 per cent Tho iincrease of population for the same period was loss than those mentioned j gains nave with leer exceptions shown equal SNAKE AND RABBIT BATTLE 1Vavorlyouudug5 Amos Cor bitt n reputable gentleman of Uig jBottom tolof a battle royal be tWeeD n Liege black soaks aud a rabbit ffS1etdwonYuaQlt1IIidihipaDd jump at leant throe feet in the air tract with his jPoet scratch the snake doing this several times and in this way finally killing the snake Mr Corbitt says the tight took plac within ten feet of him aud a more savage fight he never witnessed The rabbit was not hurt iu aiy way apjwrentiy NEGROHORSE TJUEIIC jo61n Ky Aug 35 OlUeew Rob oEtsontlf this city and Walker of South Fulton Penn went out in Weakly county today and ar isted Simon Tharp an alleged negro hone thief and captured with him a how and buggy stolen from Henry Cheek of this city cIte negro is n bad oue once tried for tawTsome bloody clothing was found in the buggy a search of the rwoods is being made for g possible corpse I POWEll OF SUPERSTITION Timt superstition ha not lost its power to conjure fear even amoug the most enlightened people of this eolight oval country is iltnatraled by the effect of A prophecy of a negro preacher reo cently that a tidal wave would on a certain day engulf Atlantic City because of its sins leThe colored possessor of the alleged second sight was extraordinary in no way except in the Hdamautmc gustily of his check but when he announced that ho WItS seventh win of a seventh sou he found immediate believers by mite multitude especially among the people of his race His declaration was that the destruction would occur ou tho 18th instant but he afterwards changed this to the general announce mont The creator is coming down the coast from New York before the season ends und it will be well for evildoers to mend their ways Even the modified declaration however well nigh denuded Atlantic City of its negro population before the 18th and it wan not alone the negroes that were effected AND FIGURES DONT LIE James W SIcGoe a farmer living near Orick Mo took a chance on po tatoes this year nud used 200 acres in raising thorn His venture has proved u groat winner Prom seven acres alone ho has talon about 2500 bushels and ho o pouts to sell his entire crop a- Go conts a bushel Ho estimates his es pauses por acre at 4880 and his net profit at SI2472Mt Sterling Gazette N CSTLRJR SCHEDULE L15AVE HIOKMAX No 8j Leaves llplll Xo 9l Ceavcs inntNo 5La a 7QOti ro 1N1 i c = Ise 7v 11R 6 rMJkIIIIRockboftom Prices on Groceries Staple and Fllu for Cash Cull1 ac t ie as low as the lowest pare our preItour KOQdo and cant others Free delivery itI BUCHANAN ih =Fr rh J Buy HoneyV1111 rare laarg ion m our Mammoth Stock of wr w FURNITURE See our Una of Salts IIron dss Wardrobes Killhpards Rockerjnter Parlor i1nlIJHJlIl Ta SI LoungeH Cot Mattrtsseg andothermany usefal artist t- L111ElLT4tkllll llta11tT11 We albs lineIcarry a winplctoCoffin Caskets SuiK KobeME canorslareneeded Phone 10 I y Phi1Iips11Fn oi Jf if d f1 CALL AND SEEMfe I Ip 4 4 Ct wfr lire cs111 ihtlIY lteiillFresh Uroeel r9fall kInds Choice Freakt8 Queens ware HnrnI sSj ream Frooz ers large aiul+ iRll A lot of I us 4ularticle tor ICk ftlid lirau AEt R 2J u HarII I JoWOGRS SON da d d IOKMAN WfilGONt en l ft ttASIJCIliln ItS UI Tnl mut nUTn Cj tT O iJ e = n n 4 nn == r 1liIkLdtsHIGICMASfE UCH H Capital Stock1 paid hf 500001 Surplus and Undividl ioflts20Io-ci 0 I a General Banking Businosih Lpw Money on Liberal Term Act of ITariHcrH Merchants amt Iutuifi t+ lnrerH rpspectt illy solicited The Fiuuh anti to lnjik are protected hy the Mosler scurtioiltj cnV Door Safe Has lC ltell by lnr Inns R TI TYLER President W 0 JOII OiOashi C A HOLUOMBK VieD 1residenfJ S AHBBRGAsst aahiei H j FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK R iGliSVfcoS x34 Erii1 eick L 3yi 7Absolute Safefep the BasjsSf That we offer to ets Other inIdUOOlneuts are 0fa i iyimportance Upon this Guarantee W Mmt your patronage J tmIft 1IPSON Cashier Il BUCIANAN Plesidf1l IDIREGSpSBOJflHWAJfTI II nn IIjn031loNJ J C 1 C ClipEfi tIt ISkRll J W31 AGEAtlltt1liIF 1II THIIBLKKL1 For biliousness use Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They cleanse tho stomach and regulate the liver and bowels effecting a quick and permanent euro For sale by Oowgill Cowgill f-ft1TEp 4 To swap a good aualitiod old slow horse for a younger gentle buggy horse Heros a chance for a fairjiorse trade Apply at Courier office Positively boot received A 1iaa 51tFrT rant aadlCarnlti al Sent I to Iltclas A 4 iIi t le earths storehoasoufaui use men Cane has garnered all that 19 villhiUc ilmla n circus and eclipse any in sire The free tracflbas+ are numerous tin1t tt orth milks see Reduced rates an oallsteaitits and railroads JV our CIRCUIT COURT Pulton Cnext Monday Jvj mlxT 1st1 with the largest docket kior for wan year Thet September t rm of this court iis of threet weeks duration and the longest of any of three terms which Ire allotted to the county of Fulton There are severs very important eases on docket three cf the most widely known being the cases of the Commonwealth against Will Watson and Ed Smith charged with voluntary manslaughter and the same va R M Potts charged wi i murder The Watson case is set for trial on the eighth day of the ter Smith case Ute second day and the Pot case for the fourth day of the term An effort will be wade to effect trials in all three eased There are 114 Commonwealth 2 ordinary and 4G equity cases on the docket 15 of tbe equity cases being for divorce a total of 197 cases in all noon docket Equity cases are sot for th third day and common law cases set for the fourth day of the term Following is a list of the bran jurors summoned fur the first lay ami from which the panol of twelve will selected II F Wade A A Alexander A Wme Davis F U Attoberry Y A MHner S 11 Liudor J Mott sr W T grant J A Underwood JohnsonEE berry T O Asbell A R T Hendrick P M McFarlnud Salina n Choat W A Shuck forMcGeheeMilner twenty iu number The list of petit jurors who are sum moned to appear on the second day nndI from which a panel of twenty fonr will1 lt selected is as follows W C lilidewell Dock Adams WW Tyler G II Bransford AH Header Ion W B Stallings Thee Thompson+ A J Jeffreys M P McDowell W N Hrasfiehl R L Urausford W J Na ny B E Browder Y E Bnrkelt J iFrefiuan Jeorge Beadles D 1- IIllughf A K offiPriceItduxT Brady A At Jones K E Kelley J Finch W F Perry and II H Wade + thirty in nuuibcr J W MORRIS clerk AGE OF TOOLS Tho tools and machinery of America are capturing the world The machine with its unerring accuracy has taken the place of human hands in fry d partmeut of industry and hn im 1hunrtit 1 Uwi ilia naiiko rule controls The momJ emu binders have superseded the old slow method of the harvest and made the great crain fields a possibility ToJ the effective use of machinery on the farm fa dux to the great exporting pacify of the country anti every avocation in life iit is the man behind the machine that is moving civilization forward Brain power is taking the place human muscle and the result is an hiJherplalleHess methods to agriculture Thewevitnble tendency ef this increased two of machinery on the farm is the increase in acreage in the hands of one man since the machines make extensive culture possible over largo areas more effective the machines are tnado the wither tbe scope they will need and great farms conducted on wise business methods will become more and m ore common as men realize tho possibilities of such culture The great necu inn la turns of capital will not always bo kept out of the farm for the capitalists will doorin agorbusinesslike of tools and machinery and the form mitstiskeep up with the procession CREMATION MORE FAVOR The ewuotU of cremation prevailed throughout the civilized world before the Ohnstinn era excepting among thei Egyptians Chinese and Hebrews recent statistics show that there is n constant and growing tendency to ro turn to the custom The disposition the human loll by incineration has been meeting with morn and Moro favor that has in no wise been rotarted since the first cre mft ion society was formed in London in 1875 That same year a crematory was erected in Milan and two years af terwnnl ono was built in Lodi Italjr In two yean more there was oue in Gotha Germany and afterward they began to appear in all lauds The first ono in this country was orated in 1VashingtanPa inl8S5aud the ono in Fresh Pond L L caw two einoght bodies wcro cremated the first year and 76 in the second year In 1900 the total had passed the 600 mark and duxlug lasfcpoar itjrenched G5J J theThereUnited States In the year that New Yorks first crematory was opened only 46 bodies were cremated in the entire J country while last year tbe number I was 26151 t i A SWEETHEART TRUS This is the age of trusts com and syndicates Tho politicians ti tha t the combine has plucked all feathers from the tail of tho Atneri eagle and blotted all tho stars off flag that every industry has bc cornered from the cradle to the grab and that tho day is far off when th wicked stall antdidntgivoPh ofth1 trustInprettymliarsiscompacts upon their most sacred honor not to keep steady com pony not oven to eat ico cream or go recognizecasesyoung man who smokes chews drinks or swears There are said to bo other things that the young men plentyesufflcetli to liriugUodtrust Since the young have eabmagnates and combine we know of no othor plan for tho young n to follow than to emulate their ex ample and form a counter organization TOO GREAT A SACRIFICE T cnllcelCorvolunteersI forlornlope mustbeadillJonltaliveWhoThe officers looked at one another but made no response What I exclaimed the commander hispcountryI rnVGoneralrepliecI ono of the cers holding Ins head proudly greet s the fear that wo may be unfor looRpn and then be abused and ridiculed and caricatured by tho daysNcWhereupon the commander ordered a general advance as being the safest thing for all concerned HARBOR WORK AT COLUMBUS 14fisgissippieriver commission r uJllk1V 17ioo nte has K Wheeler la ud the advisability of tho government aking ripwrappiugshowedoverandIIenryandrowedo petal Ue aill slake a favorable rolrt and if our citizens will become iutorestocrIl1this important matter and come to sba conclusion tho best means to reach gotofting all tho money wo require The editor of tho Critic has Congressman Vaudivers who represents the Missouri district opposite here promise that he ill aid lion Ohas K Wheeler in got ting us an apppriation Tins matter must not be allowed to die as most good things which como up here do Columbus Critic T11QrICHILD LABOR ONE OF THE CRY ING EVILS The subject of child labor in the southern cotton mills still continue to ifurnish texts for editorial comment A special correspondent who has been in vestigating tho conditions in some of tthe mills finds that tho actual situation i shamefully bad The responsibility ho places on the mill owners and the parents One Typical parent of tho livinINf r of his wife and children told the re porter that ho had 35 coming in every fortnight Two children got 40 cents a day two got GO cents and the wife 1 a dayhI asked him says the reporter andwhy he didnt turn in himself and allow the wife at least to remain lit home Thats my business sah was tho reply accompanied by alook and ges tures which boded little Qodto the questioner Undaunted by this ebullition of tem per tho reporter further inquired what ho would do should his children slipj their cables aud make for parts un kuown Id get them back sobs dout you forget it and when I did theyd boi taught a lesson theyd never forget Time boys arc mine till theyre 21 and the girls till 18 and the law will up hold me in my rights Such a condition as this is nothing less than industrial slavery of tho worst sort Tho Obion Democrat one of Tennes sees represeu alive papers has this to say of the idle man and it is 101- 1takenA lazy crapshooting negro or white man for that wetterhasna place in a decent community should be run out The common public safety demands it ts Itksa i n r4 l I N 4 i 4 t r t lr i i rt ji V v V N Vf V vsvI f v f 3 s- L i J v j i t r C i 1 Icy I1If 6 11 L ai Il 1A s ryt a q- ii t r i m h t 3- a l I s- i t I KILLING ATGAYCfc L IIILLIAIID UilOWN KILLS TOM JORDAN Torn Jordan and Httliard Brown both colored became involved in a dtfUcul at Gayce Sunday evening in which Htt Hard Brown shot and killed Jord The trouble was abOut it colored vo an Jordan claiming that the worn was his wifo but the woman denied Ie charge Jordan it is said sent word Hilliard Brown that he intended to him OH Sunday they met and Jor commenced1 the assault asserting that one or both of them must lie drawing his pistol snapping i several ti and firing one Shot at Brown Bro in the meantime had much difficultyI getting his gun but when he did get sue shot killed Iris man Jordan was arrested by Sheriff Car peuter and his examining trial hold before Judge Kearbv Mont The court discharged the prisoner evidence being clear that he acted in selfdefense MOST VALUABLE GAllDENji IN THE WORLD IN Y Mail and ExpreseJ Lying in tho very heart of Xov Yorks ultra fashionable district between West End avenue and Riverside Drive is the most valuable farm in tho world n real farm too not tho fad of a owner or the experiment station some cranky vegetarian It is tilled regularly every year and its produce is sod at tho nearest market It is IyI one acre in area and it iis worth fibH boo A bit of history attaches to the In 180a it formed part of what UBI known as the Broadway Garden litre was a furious recruiting station furI the Government with a sort of oftmp barracks combined Vlwn a milD 11ldl listed be was kept at drilhi in camp until a butch of other recruits had boon secured and nn order to move to the front had arrived Hut 1Stri tisui was not the sole motive for antisi in those tioublons days A bou- M n was paid Sometiuios tho bounty cUQO and wheu recruits were senrco vis somotimes as high as a thousand dollars The money was paid to theI PJlhstmertjllcncebounty was great in tho cUSP of certain classes of mep BIG TIME IN COLUMBUS Everybody get ready for the bifj hnr becne and horse racing in Coluiubnw Saturday Sept Gh The program iis an interesting one and the day will be full srrawr loJlr jf luniJ ii1furiu nn iIuftJmnr1sit 1J fuioJ ytitir4elTitc1 rvin be served at 12 oclock and will c4usist oft rBarbecued ShoatrBarbecued Beef Barbecued Mutton Ouions Bread and CotFeOvf IIIl clzy 3 4ClockYtTOt1rfce fret for nil 1 mile heats 12J v ojo ociftC1 Base Ball Colnuibus Qpjpj agaiust a crack team from Cairo Charlcston 4 oclock 8miunte trot for matt Carlisle and Mallard c n horses nothing barred with 5 a trance winner to take allmile 1 2 iu 3 480 Novelty Bicycle raced 5 1 trance winner to get nil one mile dash- Columbus Critic GOES TO CLINTON Prof JI Calvin of this cou tyai young man who has steadily work profleftupon duties as Superintendent the Public Schools at Clinton Ky He is a young teacher of fine character and holds u state cerj tiflcate Hopkinsville Kentuckiau Poured Hot Lead in Husbands Ears Dan1reCampbellyesterday and while he slept tried to kill him by pouring hot lead in his ears The man is insane with pain but I the lead has been removed and ho i survive Ii j FALL 8i FOSTER j j The above firm is located at F handlinglands of I tucky Tennessee Alabama MississipI bfthemf i have at all times snaps for bargain j J hunters throughout the above stutesjI j 160 acres of wood lund in Alabama for S460 only 3 per acre SCO acres on f j tie Red River Ark 100 acres clear richIII I and fine 52000 buS it Thismwill make 1500 in cotton thism j i 8300 acres inG miles of Fulton 150 acres clear and 400 deadened fine to i t bBlco corer grass and wheat laud 3 10 I I per acre takes it 102 acres levelrichJ c small creek land 50 acres clear C miles of Fulton for 1600 Easy terms on any of this land Other farms Iroui 815 ost to J10 per acre Just be so kind as to write for our list and it will comewfrat mail FALL irFOSTER 4t v Fultonl Kir 1 t 1 BIRTH OhVtIEWCHURCH ASrOTHEKt JIELJGIOUS DEtfOMI NATION SEEMS PROBABLE yssooiate Press Louisei1lP 24 NEanfrotana antht teachings of John Wes ttOI1eJy thdauTliis question promises to tiinne 1PInltyseCOIl1 COll- in ference which i1l lLtgiit1 For several years the doc lrwasi luloaytIhet the teachers of till doctrine So far there has been no open rupture but the com i ing conference will robablyj be forced to take action I John Wesley the founder of Methodism tend whose sermons and doctrines are cuItJ 4th wasrichIHonnnncaf 1 edIn 1 his views in mnnI 1 things yet it is claimed I j failed to express sacs definitelv on the theory offV consltotlj iuenco two schools of tt t1 I HISI hull arisen in the Clllil I flip conflict has been s1il il ed and bush sides are trlut 1 determined1 I The leaders of the second blessingists have got i point that they charge open otherlyridsaj it composed of backsliders ij who have lheft Wesley t 1te leader of the second blesRingistI iis llev 11 C Morrison I i Louisville publisher of vhe I Holii1 slwtlIHallfornj i l Holiness people find has forl j undated a constitution He fJlS ltla e thn lfimt Uiuu orTUrf iv i nr 4 M church South have away from Vesl = y and t bible In order that t doctrine may be preservedI 11he thinks n distinct erg I lWf8IsaiV ilr Alorrison is elft ed and alarge0okconfidesoanty hfE1m1ItsI 1 1h will be seriously considered KentuckJhf1lence f-ii MUSEUM FREAK DEHORNED i DrESVandunntthe I ShepherdessionI n1morlaingj performed unique oper ration which Dehorned Calvin BirdIi tIIn colored Hunt who has boon ex manii According to Birds story John Dada a dentist from Central America put him antler the i2 dice of ether made incisions in his scalp and put under the s bilver Pfttes on each side of head to which was screwed goat horns The deception was per Ife fortuneJlloutlJf SrneuseIfman said and removed thoi WorldpitonAutomobile Murder Philadelphia Medical Journal fThe Ulan who drives an automobile the highways sixt h anourthreatens it to others The dentsoung areaaorlitseri young man hall lived probablyuch more valuable than Iris own A ore foolhardy and more unjustifiable caprice than this fast driving of a mobiles tTlr is nnposssiblo to couceixe Sym seUinfhctedItempered b- onsideration y a of the wasdeliber1tclyselfishlvIl1periliDghis wifes and his own Cluldrens School Shoes you cnn hat you giant here from 50c to StoreRICE R Cash Book imm Storem Splen sits Selection of W BOOKS STATOHERY NOTIONSR Gill and see our Stock Kvor ing up1 to date LJtY BKRKNDE A h A Worm Killer J A J Montgomery Purico Wayne Cu Mo writaB 1 hire little tn irJs who have+ been bothered with worms all their lie3 I triedtevery thug to relieve them which failed untd 1 used Whites Cream Vrmifnfre t tint two tioflos brought four wort froM min of then the next two dUlles ttveltre ve lieved of four worms It iis n most es celleat mediciue Whites Cream Vermifuge is good for children It nut only destroys worm it help the child to perfect rnwtli wards off hicknesa 2Tc at L P W S BIlfconH r tf1 tlxi1++ JtHdfhi bt so Building j l Material j f r It ROUGH AND DRESSED 1UWI 4If1- Sty v Doors and Ymdows Shingles dsu 4+ Lime nod Cement i 1Ch1 11tIVtCIIHlUtLUIJIr IiT IUICSLSHEJI If j if FISBD STUFFS i 1ttHay Oats Corn Bran etc etc 1 iiisf LP WSEIIiSONl OJ I 444 M IfoHjotti A YOUNG LADYS LIVE SAVKU Jft ranaina iolinnl ia liy Clnuiilier huns colic Hiolnra raid lhar- rlioia Itciuoriy 1JI Utter a prnmiiifirt f sktuti of 1uiianta Colutubiu 111 a cent lletter states Lait Starch 1 us a i ttirau n your lady itlf n y aM of au who had a very h ulallak of dysentery Everything I prtw rilHd thethewfl r growing every SXV nortltltovrr ur to at t criles thcal moment wast It study to sue but I 110lIem iarrhoeji Remedy and as last resort prescribed it The t WItillwas feeling hot uponherwasteutirely or sale by CowgU1 iCov ill fXTEKCHANRBAniiBlooo MILK TICK Are now being sold llij the dash castst UhnUanoo nto St Louis Unilwn good over Railway and Steamer LintS in thtf Southeast comprising more than 1 0 miles Kate liOO Limit one roar If you expect to do any traveling Qin the next twelve mouths buy on eel these motThey are on sale at principal U offices Whore they are not on wile thov may bo ordered from Get Ofllco through Ticket Agent W L JDAXLEY Age1rnt- nrur isc1fE111l1IS noitMMi XKWS audiaIMorningco gtaclos and in now issuing a first slurs newspaper Its local news rotors Memphis and special correspondents in all tho Mom phis territory and gives the news of this section Its tolcCTiphic servile is superb willnap pour each Wednesday thereafter Send for sample copi the daily and weekly Look Pleasant Please Photographer C 0 Harlan of Latons0 can do so now though for yours he couldnt because he sulferod nut wdioftiou All physiclaus and medici ElectricBitterswO1dersforg t send to sufferers from dyspepsia anaItunsstomach troubles Unritatcd for dis eas KidnojSthe touto500GuaranteedOowgillDrn The first copy of the Fulton Cominor cial has been received hero It is ah- eightpage paper published by the firm politicsget isr aft2litorac ads to the new paper its best wishes t HIS FOR DAMAGIS I Vacl factory at Fulton has fihdto Coiorthe allied Unmoors remit tna f1llthf Stunrtanl Oil Company rUUQBpp Hoar the ice factory well Oaldamagedicei to1OeI US9fnenJAI TrnelerslD AI1tomureprweutadoapplication- BedIU iis tire administrator of lIen ry Q lf0 surinTlr1a scat for the Ida day BEGGARSnB f New York Herald lfiiho arrest of Mr Jean C Hun tel QJ Wall street yeatTday afternoon OB kMtrKe of vagrant Central Office nwint 1dagents of the Ohurity Organi antociety declare that the Queen Of Awante the most skillfnl KKKT lheltlahrtOMjaiajoHiid possessrauG Qrtftta ofsgrwit vwlth in this city they averted ha patf nniiy of the great house of tint ahjba refused her aid Her sub i 8rfi0bU lists read aloiont like a di riftory pf the street tc lUKiLLED HIS SWEETHEART I tlut in + don Tenn Aug 6II f Xea has just reached here which I tixtas Miss Mantle Thompson was frllfed by JauieH Greer near the t yenta IndsJ Uome in Ierdersor countyJlJle II report snyw that Greer tra n nt Pie girls house last sprint and fcrfIQ il to get her to go awny with1 fttiiikt which yhe refused to do Iliej itts eaitl told her he was euming dipya trnulhatlikiJherI lOnnqk he is jilt it to biro nceettte 11f lfueutl and her mother as thy I k rnfrt UTJV ittenrug fainfil He came out orRi gully end overtook the two wom sstyou got anything against me Site answered No nnd Alnude spokeatp and sniduNoJlo of iI huvrj yonVi haven word for you stnt1 IttF7Sir moth r snid something in n lowI tone vhich the mother did not l heart threw one arm around1 I Maudes neck and shot her twicei withal pistol The lived only Odbrta sit time Groer inndc Irises Iek GHekes no1ere essary naval maneuvers arc necessary to its highest excellence hut the onb thing which the min ic warfare oil tho New England coastis claimed to hivo developed so fnhis rt wrttships lire not suHiciently provided with signals Tho really useful thing aboutI such evolutions is the imitation g they give the sailors of what hould be done in case of actual engagement with tliQ enemy Of lL course they are tilled in the esLtaught theoretically what should bedono in actual brittle but there nothing half so valuable as actual experience and the next best infightmanticesryordighting As there was no shooting done they tlo not know just what would haVeJieen the effect had the cap tured licet actually xscd iits guns but the supposition1 I was that in stichjposition with both sects us ingJls to best effect iothrshipEcobcenfcomIlIed yorjiijjmiiBujj th pnniiander went through the foimli f handing ver his sword to of Uiejmlmiral his fIt mr 11 mr r =inVAEh- as Dr J a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at NE FRIGID Wait that the very IoYesttJiQ market justifies I GOODS GOAlUNTllI 1 u1S RffBIBBfim1 9 1 ROOKIWCJA SPECIALTY HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS j t h =y 1 s LITHOGRAPH Envelopes- At a I i TOM DILLON Sr tsrrwr n r R 1 1 and Granite Monuments O TJ G 8TONB all IIRON FISSCING c v eriol man Ey J iCA3T3t4 5CLiL CASH SHOE STORE o RICE NAYLOR IIKind Friend Aa we watch the onward Q march of the business world wo realize the necessity adoptijig the c cash system therefore on tend nftlSt111 1st 1902 we shall do a ciish business Everything to l paid for when re ceived or taken from the store Then there will be no due to he received hOlt and no charge to be by us Everyone who knows us well aware the fact that we have n fair success irbastnofis We attribute our S to the watohfulness we have taken in looking after our trade and1 if we had the least doubt that the cash 1 system nots for the benefit of out customeiS and friends Ave would not think of attempting it as our patrons are the life the firm of Rice Naylor and when we benefit our customers we help ourselves When buy for gash you are free and indepecrdVint ybu are under obligation to no onl you buy your goods of the man who gives you the best bargains and with our cash system we taro going do our best to convince you that we can that and if we dont we will not say one word if you trade with our competitors We hope you call and look thro tour stock and corn pare our prices with those of any other tarns Very truly yonr friends RICE NAYLOR WORK itho Letter Heads Litho Note Heads Litho Rill Heads Litho as low prices as can be done anywhere at Courier Office Gen Sigel one of the tow remaining generals of the Un aimy who made fighting re in the Civil war died in New rk last week He was gelled froinjffennany ih18lg oar rfcqount his part in a revolution ngainit government l1A1TLI I1ft tii5ni Propr to Marble IB 33 I 2S1 WORK of Kind lJrI of le a- hill forgotten are of suede of you th will Franz I iigT g r TB M ALL ii Nunnally Candies Reigers CALIFORNIAPERFUMES FOR SALI B EmCowgill Sf Cowgill- DRUGGISTS If Miss Stone persists in her de termination to return to Bulgaria thcgentlomnnly brigands oughu to take notice that n rolling Stone not only gathers no moss but doesiic gather u ransom more than- otceYnducah cwDem crritc f 1- p t I iI a f t- Ry IrA tdr a r tF- qw s C 7 v v v x r 7 V i 4t 4 t 1 ft a trw+ c 4r k 4 4 i 4- Y t t lTf f e M r i sr tf 1 fSat Io CI Cocul gtcuw t= J oICCryaycyC icy Have you tried Stuwhlne flour alrIi 1lBenMiss Leilu Bright has returned after 9apleasant visit at Obion Tenn Mr Arpfit Stubba of St Louis visited his fntho 13 C Stubbs this week Note better than lSnnshinetflaur Dr Jno SlublK and wifeof Ca ruthdrsville Mo were wiling here this vrek- Wliitflold Gs of Memphis has been viitinghis aunt Mrs C A Holiombe thia week lirk4UondayMrs Fanlk who has UM n visiting ui Memphis e val worth has returned home Dr and Mi Charlie Cnrlin lett Tuea day fur Piuta Mi where they A til wake there future Iiiin- VboatJO Puri of M n Fine Shoo JiO io nffiOOl for itt9- Cash 1 Shot Store laCE k N11 LoU lAorvthuu riuly for the petting llirkmau Collfjjt Monday sopt 1st jrt your book Tin rensuft shows that 9Hr tnt of the people in the nitvs cnn rd and fc sIpTcent in the coiintiy Mr Alfred McDaniel who hi l lHn nmmering iu Hickuian ti turned Monday to Florida Mr T Ilillsnian of Trezevanl traveling man fur the Richmond Jt Doud Oil Mill was in Iii kuiaii this werk He reports pronpets for the new mill very good Lesson in Economy JJny our Shots Cash Shoo tforp RICH t14 NA LUR Mrs Lillie Wall who has been visiting her sister Mrs J M Htibburd ro turnes to her house in Tampa FJa next weekMr Janios T Stephen is preparing to have qonfitrnutod largo and cow modious boarding house on the site whore Mrs J IR Hooves now lives Mr George Millot who is ill in Cairo too much so to bo brought home IB reported improving with good promise of recovering soou Mr Ben Bolt now iu prosperous bus mess at Mound City Ill aome years ago a popular candidate for county court JDtl to tntr oouuty bits baekhr aH iktJ1 au this weakmhxi iih Idi- frierres Parties desiring to make nn invost meat yeilding 8 per annum wInch is non assessable for taxation call on- KTDAVIS The city authoritios are iuva0lignLing about haying a new dynamo for electric light plant which will probably COM about 1 1000 A number of oulerprising citizens have petitioned tho city council to ex tend sewerage olunr through Clinton streot This is much needed andmust come to enable our business homes to keep apace with the times o- iho sheriff of a Georgia county has aqcordod the doubtful priviiego of springing the death Imp of u npero sentenced to ho haugod to the widow of the murdorurss vietim Ills action should be illegal and should receive the condemnation of the community It approaches too closely to perverting tho majesty of the law to personal revenge Tho Mobile A Ohio Railroad will in augara o dining car service between St Louis and New Orleans and Mobile Sunday AuuustvUst The headquar DininllQuScated at Jackson Tenu In cost finish and furnishing the cars equal any that have yet boon built Dont forgot to try n pound Wl Golden Rio Goireo at LKDFQUD 11 RANDLE- As an evidence of how thoroughly the negro has been eliminated from Alabama politics by tho now constitu tion the total number of registered voters in Alabama is 1S3S18 of which 1592 arc colored rho total number of white voters in thu State according to the last census is 232200 which inii dicates that after allowing fnr aliens in the mining and innnufnoturinit districts considerable number of whites J also lost tho right to vote P O Ward of Walnut Log Raleigh Hoiks ot Dayton O and Capt Bon Eick of Sterling 111 the two latter bOoI gig guests of Mr Ward at his Realfoot hostelry pissed through Milkman Suu day cu route to the annual shoot of thoI Padncah Gun Club Mr larks is tho champion wing shot of tho world and holder of hundreds of trophiMI O H Kerlin Wallace aud Kennedy M IL Shuck Dr Shelton and othors ofI the good people of Jordan gave a freeI lisle dinner to the children of the town trod other guests at Rosedalo Grove Saturday lost White catfish buffalo and other succulent piscatorial dishes graced tho menu It also embraced chicken and other tempting delicacies The Courier acknowledges the invita i tion to and entertainment of its i awntative at the feast reprc1i Clifton Steel of Obion will g To wbool bere boarding at Stint Helms W J SlifllHIIIir iii IJreall at Moviit ileruioi nest Momluy arid Tues day nights Every body incited iti Attend Uie e services Mr Otis Jackson of CUt3on has Len the guest of Mr J M Hendersons fatuity this week Led ford and v Randle have just reo o ived the celebrated Chase Sanborns Golden Rio Coffee 915 it- Mm John Fort of Fulton w visiting her parents Mr aol Mrs Heruviek UIH- week Mutes Carrie Jackson and Lula Brooks two of Clihtou sfMUftty btlles were till gnests ot Mrs T D Thomas Satnnlay and Surly albs Ruth Stone ncisi4 teachers fUet1 of Hickniftn oliem arrived iu llkkman Wednesday to assume the Duties of her imsition She iis well known to man of our people For Sale One horse and bnggy one iiiiUh row one piano and several otbarlio4all ami see SNKKU STIiON 1 Fifteen divot ras w Infon tile ip- liruaeliiiiR term titour Cirouit Court The largest number tiled iu tit history of this county Provident IJixisevelt in a siv oh at Huston says that the a wlIlittritiun wiil enforce the antitrust l Iw and that he believes ur1r eflicieut laws ran 1Ibe devised eyn under the authority MOW xjjis exl lay tii National Govern 1I1lt Kemp Hron mar HieKtnan net the award for th tin+ st Irish I14Jtut1II raised this sctnni Se tl Windowsi Mr It L Bradley who hay btu n ou ai extensive tour through aliforuia rInrnedl home Welncshiv I uIor Miss Carrie Fowler of St Elmo Terln a niece of Mrs W Powwell iswith Mrs Powell to attend school at Hiekmau College The Uickutitii Building A Loan As sootntion loaned 920UOOO at itst leaf meeting The celebrated Chase te San tslrus Golden Rio ColFfe hilt be found at 81641 LEDFOKD L RAKDLE A new item relates that the Sultan of Turkey in witnessing the play ofI Othello became much affected at the approaching murder of Desdemoim that he slopped the play and forbade the performance of the tragic incident Such sensibility il a little surprising inn man we have been accustomed u consider as u modern Bluebeard Con science makes cowards of us all however and it may be the Oriental rulers varied domestic career was rudely recalled to memory by the play of jjealousy and crime and like the King in Hamlet he could not stew it nit moved Nashville News Ago does not wither nor custom stale tho iulloite variety of that wrote charm iiug and distinguished Southern novel sst Mrs Agusta J Evans Wihrou Nearly u half century 4igo she wrote her first romance Then she was a young nod unknown writer Now there few novel revilers in the United State unfamiliar With her writings Her last work according to competent authori tins ranks with tho host productions of her pone Nearly fifteen years hnvo passed since Mrs Wilson wrote At the Mercy of Tiberius Now she has taken up her you again at au age when the successful author is disposed to rest on laurels wou in the past To my kind readers known and unknown who have desired nio to write again says Mrs Wilson these pages are offered in grateful recognition of every loyal friendship during mans years There is extraordinary vigor in crim hinting critics say MrsWi1tAQ1otonbS to tho school of stately old ashioncd writers It is pleasant to know that the lapso of time has not impaired her intellectual powers and that bar work isi as brilliant and fascinating as leer Baltimore Sun rI IINi KEN if TUCKY Mr Mary Bell died at her home in- Case county last week at the adwufced age of JOG years She WM probably the oldest woman in smoky and was I until a v farAft able to be up and about j the houV lufirmitles of old age was j the cause of her death I MAJOR STAHLMAN SUES t Major E B Ht hbuai owner of thn Nashville Banner iras filed a BUl- tagaiut the Daily News fwd others for V5 XKJ damages for ttllegwl defamation of character The defendants in the suit are R M Dudley prwident of the daily News 1ubiishing company Johu M Gray Jr one of the stockholder in time paper aud T Buford Goodwin managing editor The speciflc basis for the Mutt is al legd to N an editorlftl appearing iu the ewJuly 2d I HILLS DISTINCTION The dUlioctioti between a farmer aud an at ri ulturist according toJIIonj Dusit Ii lull iis that the farmer work the farm fur an income while the agri I culturalI spends bis income to work the farm 1 u other words one is theoret ictel while the other iis tse Ifial P the agriculturist r- Ile blazes the I i farmer by hw 1 11 though hr nay it s rr reipinK the profl 1 pi Mhl ing farmer r t same ruts toruve proreiw ivo eXM altr new methc from iifw sestet culturiMts there t v r itieatious a 1 soil and eiimai would never bo WEDDING iT FUlTCN W J Davies of i Mifx Fannie 8t 1 on were married at a i Mh this afternoon Ijv Elder Dick Hoax They left ou the 359 tntiu for Lookout Mountain They will irsule at Dick son MavnVM Messenger v d j CALAMITY HOWLING PAPER j It is a psychological fact that people jare largely controlled by tbe influences I 1F or other means Men outer business ventures largely upon the judgment of other men Times very often become hard because business men loose iron fluence in conditions and withdraw from the active Held A calamity howling newspaper can pretty soon t nation bowwows with quickstep speed while the par that stands the sun shine and preaches the gospel hope and good cheer can keep life a com ninnitr when conditions are naturally bad and dark clouds awing low over the buttimis horizon if evil com n nicutious corrnpt good morals it natu rally follows that evil rending will Misses Belle and Flora Mercer of Jackson Tenn are visiting Mrs Alice Amberg Gov Beckham hatissued n proclama tion requesting general obseraco of Lubor day Monday September 1 by cessation from ordinary and public bus mess Jis far us practicable MARRIED A T MAYFIELD Mnyfield Ky Aug 27A A Streit and Miasldu May Smith wqro married today rot 10 oclock and left imruediato Jy for a sojourn at Cerulean Springs popular young society people Mr Stroit is traveling salesman for the May fluid Woolen Mills of Louisville and St Louts CiSnRNf FLOATS AWAY fqelJiCIU J Cor Ph rli i Aclt0r6on f I atkett2slile7Cfo tIlll work remained nn branrlLo c twaiAr iu the brick tank seredII sJ tllb8t and the lstfotn ft9fttfd iJii kitts down stream to Watr I t I Lan JpgrWher it lodged J I S LIZARD MARKET I p0 Cor N Y Ann D visited the = several bit lfanpi0rs I totnalfa1 it J I IMiplitlfcUe was willinr to take all I IIhe Wtgftbat na hundred TheI oll I I boys to I I 7 NOMONEY 4 FOR ExP CONFEOETES j j t I eojaoluiiqii that Gen Murray has reo i r l nil + o mc claims ofeonI dr K Keutnoky who r d 1 j orals after the rrrr j T itrary to terms Jos a Luiby Grunt and fjriii 1 nn have hen Al s Generals otlieo- t 111 11 he step td bee e t ims and obtain Oriv 0aI beeu received t t i ter General of I s r tilu Murray hr thii shish to reim Itertain property rr ir apish war y t Lit I LifiJR 1faith communitythat in of in MrSttoits hFtfromallthllittilllitgrty in1txptmaii thedenlorthedewtludctfuhllzrttc1tI KmnuooaWsshinglou t r Ir left Thursday tight 4 eudBusmues CoUeye Juincy- FkniesJ 1 Van Men the American t Jionairf will locate permanently t j deIeplace for a oEUeman live in If this be true W geuttomnn will probably object to t8B presence Of Taints JJ Van Alen t i1i laughtesFultondtl8rGrove pear the old family home Uet1tc Liuu litG Cope charged with embeiucle ment while uresident of the Pirst Kn tionill3ankof Pndnrah returned to h ioity tostajid trial after nn absence of yovoral years A NATURAL CURIOS lwer agofnriH1J g on the outskirts of Fulton k 1nlelelveEthe horns tho bead was setup in the fork of it tree In collide of timo till hoilis were rempved1iut J tho head re mained and from year to year i t110trE has grown close aroliil1it until today the the bones of the Cows head seemed to 1In Part 6 the tree itself It was out down the oth r day and ho part con IiIpresented to State Line snlooii He brought the curio to the Leader office today and it is well worth nuy nes time to call at his residence und lookat this peculiar nat ural freak Fulton Leader a Mr Jetf Murdock one of the most succwwfol cotlton planters of Lak- lun1 n UIont w W1asdayI IKiliiuifi after cotton pickers He bud to ru further towards Nashville get the 1 hands wanted fur the home cotton pickers are ueeded here Mrs Win Martin uml Mrs Kolcri cJf Union City who eve been visitin Airs Judge Som r returned home TUtsdayMr CliutonIlawyer was in llickman Tuesday and Crshrdty tlukiiii di positions Ak for Snnshiue flour none better Sir It M Islet our genial express agent left Tuesday to take a much needed rest at Monteaeie Mr awll Mrs U I irham are visiting friends and rtlattyis ill Metropolis and Anna 111 this wde Mrs Herman Spates Union City i viitjnt in and around Hiekmau this wkl ltihat iH Golden Rio Coffee Ask LfiFJHD HANDLE S 13 oft Fulton county iis Mill leading in over thing Tli iouiKy has f4 people to the sijuan wilt liading Grave Carlisle Ballard and Hickman which have only 02 GO 1111 InIIl 51 respeetively Leader The body Miss Mabel ORear the daughter of Judge Ktlwtrd ORear of the Kfntufky Court of Appeals who was drowitvl the Jinn River Fri day eve iiag while out riding in a Chum was recovered Monday opposite the month of the treat Miami River about two miks from Lawrpiinbur Mr 1 Hall and Mrs Addie Nolen tomp raure editors of t he temperarice column in the Fulton Ladtr are doubt some valuable work in the interest of the local option tight which i 10i that fast Crowing city = It If f j 4 4I F 1 J so Jt in j i T nt in to go a f t to of is of C In on 1 X is on II a KENTUCKIANS FIGHT BATTLE INI I ROOM London Ky Aug 26Fromf- t reliable source a report ifi r eeived here ot u battle on Sturgeon J Creek Owaley V unty in which two mm were killed and five men and one woman wounded The fight took pfAee At a bean ytriri ing at the home of William Peters The ficht iis Maid to have been between the NeeJeya and Aliens About fifty shuts were exchanged Jesse Keeley was shot several times and instantly killed Joint Allen WAS shot bight times and died in a few hours Mr and Mrs Peters are anion the wounded About fifteen persons were engaged ill the buttle which took place id usmaUroom while tIle party WitS at supper The dispute issaid to have started batvrceii James KTceley nudi John Allen who are rivnls for the affections of a oung lady Wnrraitts have beet issued fo the arrest of Delaney Peters Rob orbAlonI Arthur Lynchand boy named Gumin Goncrnl Miles visit tafhcPhil ipphics is to be for purposes of inspection only ITo will investigate conditions there make copious notes and prepare voluminous reports when lie returiu but he will not interferevnheitber civil1 or military officers in the islands iud will confine his investigations to military affairs 4 A tune may have plenty of resource- but if ho does not know how to app them they are of But little value ifeveal work for it not otherwise Just government does not own the people but the people own it The marl who thinks he is de onlygdeceives himself It may come to pass that the Kings will have to be anointed with Standard Oil The optimistic individual who regards the world as his oyster is probably desconded from the lobsterThe King oi Spain iis thought to be incurably insane because of his ban manners A term in the workhouse might Cure him Uncle Russell Sage is convinced that trusts are very wicked institutions The Beef Trust alone has increased Uncle Rows living expenses no less than 1 cents a week The bankruptcy court is the short cut to relief from the bill collector and the attentions of other pestifnrous poo pieMethuselah iis said to have lived 1000 years and had a goodappe tite But that was before they enacted tho purefood laws anti regulations When a private individual iyi robbed of 100000 worth of dia monds the Ward Assessor very naturally envies the thief for his wonderful powers or discovery According to statistics out of each 1000 people in love sixteen become hopelessly Insane The other 984 arT only temporarily out of their heads An Omaha man gave up his wife andjphildren to a millionaire because he could no longet care for them as he formerly had done andcommitted suicide leaving to his loved ones his life insurance and a rich estate in England to which he was heir Any man who hasnt a isgoodillWarlly deformed Alacrity is the thing with I which all amateur responds i to an user IMost wouldiiia dicate Uhnt women are natu ralbom hypnotists The man who blows his soughtfoitl Every trust is underwritten and SOlllP of them are also eiiormousty overwritten AYhere there is no dopeiid epee oll self dependence on Providence is a waste of cime Probably there iis nothing nllhieas another mans wealth It sometimes costs a man sixi months of rheumatism to catch one little sixinch fish Its whnta woman doesnt kiiow about a man that caus os her to have a good opinion of him Probably nothing jars a sentimental girl like the dis covery that men never makdl novelgS do Chicago News MILLIONAIRE IN SQUALOR Washington Cor Chicago Tribune h Cuba is perhaps the only country in the world within the borders of which resides a millionaire who lives in poverty and squalor Hiis olr1 probability ignorant ofXShe vast wealth he pdsseslbs This man owns 1200 acres of land 000 of which is covered j with hardwood valued at from 50 to 80 a log Fig tIring 50 logs to lush acre of wooded land at DSO a log his wealth amounts to 3600 000 His property may be worth double this amount t9devclop priceHe0Il 0r iYClark of the Labor Bureau Cuba r c r I Ilt tr A p iY 0 a I E f i 3 4 r 1 1a 1a 1 i i 1t III I III R I Before returning to America An threw Caruegiu will JHWlibrardeliver his rectorial address to the studen of St Andrews university and re eive the freedom of Dundee Gen Booth has just acquired 80000acres of lund In western Australia where he will establishJ a great salvation army ngricultur al and industrial colony which Ii C will populate from the London shines The marrying parson of Scot land has just died He was the Rev Thomas fjochrane a offal Ur of the United free Church of Scotland He married JOOO CotI pies which is the record for that country Prince Henry of Prussia like his brother the kaiser is an car nest btudent of music Ho has arranged with a Leipsic firm t publish ri gavotte which he has composed during the leisure hours spent upon his itagship A Kingman county Kan farmer is growing row or corn 25 miles long not because ho hasI to but because it amuses hint Jt coils around a 50acre HeldJ beginning at a corner and ending in the middle The story comes frontllttrsltty t Russian Poland that a three inotiths old baby has given utter ante to this prophecy In one years time there will be a great war between the worldpowers and in three years we will witness the coming of the millennium The story comes from over titCd water that the Crown Prince u- Germany is in love with Misi Gladys Denton a pretty Ameri- Can girl whom he aSKed to marry him and the Kaiser in coin quence is quite indignant The poor prince must crucify hit lot C 1 J Wisconsin legislator hats introduced a bill to require the weighing and registering of every fish exceedtngoneponnd in weight wutt tern The palpable purpose of this bill is to deprive fishermen of the privilege of exaggerating the size of their catches and yeti this is said to be n free country In a wheat field belonging to Mr Geo Browder three miles westof Fulton Ky isi a lonely grave the resting place of one of the first settlers of West Kettuck On the tombstone an oldfashion ed marble slab put up over ti grave nearlyone hundred yearsi ago is this inscription Ishain Browder Sr Died Feb 19 1830 aged 67 yrs 8 mo 7 da When Mr Browder settled in that Pin with his two sons David and Aus tin Browder in 1811 the country was n vnst wilderness und their neirGSt neighbors were at Wingo yand Mills Point now Hic man Ky was their nearest post office Cured Paralysis W S Baily P 0 True Tex sufferifive i BallarSnowright I have also used it for old soy frost bites and skin eruptions It does atPL Valuable Farm for Sal JDavis cleareddwelling au a miles from Hickman on State roa near N C fc St L Railroad and ha mile from Dodds Switch TERMS OF SALE C SUlwhcattblSfalloro tiCourtgoudaSepty Persons desiring to see the place c all on the undersigned at his farm cneartbe property advertised J J SEAL Admin N J DAVISirV L Decd Ji jL P t WILL WE ANNEX HAYTMSUND TALK OF THIS KIND IS BEING REVIVED AT WASHINGTON Therethas been n revival of the question tiC annexing Hayti and Santo Do mngo to the Uidred States because of the recent political disturbances tthere the revolutionary outbreak in Hayti and the menace of those socalled republics to this country 1 This question has been giver more or less consideration for tile last igeneration While oHlcials of the government have commented on the bearing to annexation of the existing conditions in the negro republic there is no oflieial move ment looking to that end What the future will briM forth ji regarded as conjecture but there is an under current of belief thi+ t long continued perturbation among the people of llayti whose geographical limits include Santo Domingo will uwakt inUiests in countryo from commercial mal military stand points as well as those of preser ration and public health the dan ger of continual disorders and the interests of America generally To some extent the possession of Porto Rico tho right to acquire coaling stations in Cuba and tin desire of the Danish government to sell its Antillian possessions to the United States have tended to 1 lessen the importance of securing for military strategic reasons lint the generally accepted theory of strategists that the next great tt tr in which the United States becomes Involved will he fought principally in the CU rn beau has prevented the question of Hsytis value as a naval hose from being lost sight of by mere who follow the profession of arms The dan ger of the possession of too many bfJ defense is obvious but the ndIj vantage of owning llayti on ac count of the sole vahie of possess ii ing the valuable strategic road stead of Stun aim bay in Sam to Domingan territory is considered Nby manyas giifliuient ground for giving serious consideration to the matter of annexation JIASTEIt COMMISSION KUS NOTICE TO CHK1HTOIIS TO IIU1XO FORWARD TIIKIH CLAIMS IKOP ELY 1ROVKN Henry Davis Plnintilf j JClSdmroflt f lI EomtV S Kimbro dec et a1 J All persons having chums against tho estate of K S Kimbro deceased fro hereby notified to produce tho soma 1properly proven to the undersigned Master Com of the Fulton Circuit Court at his office in Hickman County of 1ulton Kentucky on or before the day2E3tliMaster Commissioner P C C HAS NO SHERIFF AND WANTS NONEy rGreen1e1ecounty his been for twenty years without a sheriff and now the sheriffelect has been dented permission to qualify by the county nudge The vacancy in the office of sheriff has existed for voce than onee dared to offer himself for the office In countyhathe road were bnilt The tux that was voted liowevor barke been obtained against the county But without a sheriff the judgements could not bo enforced and though the otlico is a remunerative one no one had had nerve enough for twenty years to ris peopleasasFinally George Al Edwards at tho last election Fen people voted for hUll The people anxious to kitty foesr Benjamin P Loy and cast for him more votes than wcro received by Edward Loy refused to accept tho office a contingency that had been anticipat cafeewould be declared vacant However Edwards instituted proceedings contesting Toys alleged elec tion his name only being written on theltcourt of appeals County Judge Gra ham has given Edwards another jolly by refusing his bond on tho ground that it was tiled too late Edwards will again appeal as his office being gained by contest Iw5 could not qualify decideda j Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea reptation saleby 1n X rrfLNtrl= Iron Beds at Little Prices I I J ustt Bathe Want to i i stockduringoffer unusuall goadr alues These art all hand somest hntterllsrilain design and fiiiiarereally bust of gootkalnc s at the Iprices quoted 0 I Full sizei Beds from 250 to 1750 I STEPHE1fpS SMITH I I 1 tLe i THE DAY OF FAKIRS J I here was probably never a time in the history of the State when there were so many fakirs wandering around trying to swindlea i farmers and other people Ohtm of their eyeteeth or any thing else of value snxsffin exchange You can ScatCo 1ly lpick up n paper1 1 hut whnt thathumost pronounced type Jit is one game this time anu a new one next time Ejioh fellow teaches a new tijiicki and some cant learn tlfijm all without going bustetUff People are inclined ttfm their dealings with IU1TOlfi ers They will send theffr money oil to a mail ordai house or give it to some fL krr wandering through tliji country when the saijil goods could be hought fir less money right at horn In one ease you have tie word of your home deal r and you know he will make matters right In the othfr case you have the slicksri garcoated promise ofh5- tranger whom you wills y er see again and who iu Wl wants to set +you Home merchants are compelled fo sell the best goods becauie their honor and reputation are at stake Mail order houses sell seconds of all goods tend the purchaser js sometimes glad to get anjv thing never complainingl when he fails to find a scarcity of kinship or complexion between the sampleI or de- s ription and the goods it selfIts human nature and until human nature changes home merchants will he De ltelgllgi3k1 to them find the general pub 1lie will be hard up for the iteother States j A F OLIVES j I Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOK rAN KENTUCKY Give me a trial when you want Black smithing done or Repairing Wagons c Horseshoeing a specialty I cIao keep n full line o- fUndertakersd I s Goodsd SI BlackWalnutbe fitted tip on short notice and at ron sonablo prices Give me a trial 8SShop near the jail t FOR SALE3 good muletione broodmare and farming implemeHtsc 713tf L D TiruECKEin r JC0ti4I HOW TO ORGANIZE TO GROW AND MARKET TOMATOES iI A movement is on foot hero headed i by some of our moat progressive butti ness men to arrange for the cultivation I of enough tomatoes to insure the eslah fIlament of shipping facilities that will i meet the requirements of the Arinoid i Packing Company of Chicago to hit f lnAli here to buy the crop at the depot Vftlitvni the growers of nil risk of ship ping and selling in the foreign market The market iire brought right to our doors which means one of the greniest I indnuements to tanners who nay be in clined to enter into the growing of tomatoes j for the market Armour who buys the crops at Hum boldt has fort time Unn urging I Mr Henry Dalinke who has for some tluio been furnishing thorn ice for their I c vfrigemtor curs to have l his enterprise fijfalin foot hrrt where the ic could hu Wore fliwiplv and couveuiciitiy furnish ed In order to have this a buying point one hundred acres would have toIfI be put in and any one near enough to f I haul here every day could put iu a j llargo or small a crop as desired and go JI to help make up the hundred novas re i quired About sixty acres have so far been guaranteed amounts arranging from two to twenty acres boing promised by inost reliable energetic men who seemin this project an opportunity to bring to our community what wo need foreign mono The community that looks not to bringing foreign moo ey in to take tho place of what we nee essarily send away will not oven re main at a standstill but will retrograde perhaps slowly but most surely This project is not to be a monopoly for any brie but is a goldon opportunity for every man who owns or can rent con venient lauds to make his lands with a small outlay and no nuusual amount of labor double his income While thi matter iis a project in its iucrpiency iits success is practically assured by th hparty cooperation promised by farm ers and buiims tnoii heJ + jDbjon Democrat a CARUTHERS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES Remember your get blue trading stamps with every lOc ca h purchase CLINTON STRJSEJL HICKJIAJf KENrUCKy ToJ nhono Number JOifi = I Shatters All Ifcpords GulledgeVerbena tors to cure a scare case of piles caus ing 24 tumors When all failed DuckI lens Arnica Salve soon cured him Subdues Inflammation conquers Aches i kills Pains Best salvo in the world 25c at Cowgill Cowgills drug store i LOW lUTES TO ST LOUIS Saturday amid Sunday Go to tne city and enjoy yourself at tho beautiful Summer Gardens Take LoopSeeGrounds Mobile 4 Ohio tion train now runs every daj FairII included To St Louis in back in ev onintr Ask you Agent f- orTWe are tho sole agents for Chase Sanborus coffees try then 815 4t IjEDFjQRD HANDLE IBUY I If you want to buy or pell farm land timber land houses and lots or stocks of Ki uiK rail andsee me at the Court House IIi Unntii Ky Call or write for ter- msATTORNEYATLAWe Special attention given to collections etc JW RONEY + HICKMAN KENTUCKY c LEDFOKD HANDLEs- gGroceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queeasware and Feed Stuff vTe carry everything usually found in a firtclass Grocery and no pins will he sparedl to please our customers L4gTTail for Hhie Trailing Stamps with every lOr Cash r rchasc SfeS after collection uf 3 K you are entitled to a nandsouie present TilplioiK t I5 Goods Promptly Delivered J FactsIAnd tin facts arc that hundreds of people who have kindlyI t given me patronage since 1 began the cash iiroivry system arc ready to testify to you rind by ttheir continued patronage to me that II I SATEI S TEIElSMDTPLTY That it does prove that von snotblowftjLu number gf 1peoples your neighbors and ask theme if I havnt sold them trove for It dollar than credit houses can a fiord to sell Why do you want to pay your cash money to credit houses at credit prices to enable fithcln to take the chances on giving credit to others This1 is the point I sell strictly for cash no favorites but I give you more goods and as good quality for the same money Dont doubt this and waste your money elsewhere but come and see me and Test Prices O Also I am agent for the IRIS PAINTS durtNot 1 1 Sllllolls lloeo CUE TI1RIiEUS fjJ l ptCllll nl L iZflJttlrIJ j L TIh 11i J A I CLOSING OUT SALE I IIofDryt Ifj1ltnndI at Inq BELOW COST I rolol 0 L D SIMMONS- BUCHANANS CORNER ra rtaarrCimrW Bring your Job Work here J = i w b- jj e