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The Hickman courier: n. Friday, September 5, 1902. The Hickman courier. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1902 hic1902090501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: n. Friday, September 5, 1902. The Hickman courier. Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 4k r r Ifj ot rrri 1 f 11tI yt sm i1 r- IMI hy 4 tiI r i1 If Jr n ii r Il ilICl 1A I Iti1 y iJr pr 5 J i tl i 7 t PSif c 1t11 fit2tt iFr rrto r S1ZTCKYi n I ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON CC1Y SEPTEMBER 5 1902 vcfLXXXVII 32ALLIGI f viI WIPED OUT IY TEN YEARS I3YI WHIM OF FASHION J rlliglltPerkinsof Kal amqzoo Mich arrived iin TA r Now Orleans lecellt1vit 1 I search of alligators for ifeq logical gardens in the North says a special to the New rI York Sun He came to New t Orleans as the headquarters of the alligator trade one 3 house here having the credit of selling 50000 alligator I skins a year Since his arrival Mi IVr 1 kins has awakened to the 1 fact that the alligator is prac tically extinct in the South having been killed oIl iin the last ten years ill order to supply shoes satchels and iin pocketbooks His commis r siqn was for alligators ex lengthIegators were 20 and 24 feet long but as these were prob ably scarce he had decided to confine himself to the shorter sizes Alter a weary search Mr Perkins was convinced that even the fourteenfoot alli gator was no longer extant In all New Orleans he could fine but one live 10bJeet long He offered 100 a for this animal four times ned what it was worth a few years ago but the owner de dined to sell 1ricesulligatorsfronl long which tnerly sold at from 10 to s cents have pie IISaIearedi onl the lnarket Ihe extine ion ofan ani liial so nhundant as the li 7 t r b io n aaUbi Wilt tIj out parallel Moreover the alligator is naturally long 1elllgaand t estimated at from 100 to 150 to years the the FULTON Mh Na1ACCUSED OF BIGAMY wnsrctcFulton Ky A- ceivcd oWortl hero this morning that o C Taylor a prominent railroad man wasj I wanted in Indianapolis hid on tho bigamy A wife and son it Elaadened are hying thorn wlulo he had another wife here Marslm Bob brson wont in search of iay1or at noon cut he had skipped The local wife has gone to Evansville Iud 1 of The Man Who Clippedt Baltimore American I saw hint take the paper and 1 Turn to the household Page Then scan the columns up and down As one who all would gaugo d1 1 Altai ho muttered to himself Heros How to Make Rico Fritters I And How to Utilize Cold Hoof J And HomeMade Stomach Bitters jhen from hfs popkot forth ho took A pair of scissors small And severed from the printed page rho helpful hints and all JIo clipped The Way To Scramble l gwJt And lIow To Make Penull Butter 1 As well as half a dozen more Thats nUagain his mutter hou at once I musod raA 6othings Who loves tho calm contented song f TJjc hQwe teakpttle slugtj i Do you1 1 asked Preserve thosflnqtes ym t Sothat your wife may oyojthomr Not much ho growled I out them X oufr 21So she wont get to try them paTUJ Yr Mr and Mrs JO Barnes Imo suff tho loss of their baby boy Amo Kings Ho had be llsick sinco Inst Christmas and died August 30th I nevnd every Parent know just how a baby at that ago clings and pulls at a lathe s- andt Mothers heartstrings and twit little lifo with theirs until separation isbitter indeed Hut when the babies die thi good God has them and He is as tender as a mother and as loving as alathbr andHe has all wisdom As frieutts vie ay to tho parents vo sym OtwitI1You and as Christians lot us sGyifune imothcrUod is wJthus ifi every Ial Let nJ abide in Him a 1 l- x 1 1s i t arc r- vs INDIANRISKS HIS I I Pndofcah News Ueuiocrat 1 t I AugnUChief Plaice Dog is tho1 berg of the town today Siirglo lmnded he ivs uo ll- kMissMay Donald a society i I rlwho1 I was overcome 1 hy ga at the bottom ofa artytt After descending to hrrescue Chief Prain IDojr I clim d to the top to aft h hand over hand up th rojie a lie had taken down and with which the girl was sav Ui trom an untinxly hath Chief Irairi botr was thjj only one among lw many onlookers at tin 11vll who vohinie rid to risk iii irfthe dtadly vapors of titIII well to save the voing wo man I The well was ling dug on Mrs Bowens jihicet t a short distance from the city AfterI reaching a depth of 40 ferthe work en struck itIgoutll vein of water aa rjuitI work Miss Donald was present when the oleo left the welljjf t andI insisted upon h inolowt1 I i fillingthedrawn from tIW new wellf1 f Her request was granted and wore of sturdy arms inanji the windlass to lower her to the bottom Site was carefully let down iota thel well I IVhen the bottom way I reachedl the spectator above i I were horrified to see her top from the car and fal into f rupidlylpounqg i if Prairie Dog1 was o eII b realize time s 10 nau pellIII overcome by the deadly that she must he rescued without delay if her life was t be saved Not waiting for bucket to be drawn up Indian grasped the rope nd with liballtnill rapidity lowered himself to the hot A ropo was thrown him which he horridly tied mjout the prosfcrn e girl anti thosebabove to hoist up After 1 he reaching the pure nil tin girl was soon resusitntsd Chief Prairie Dog after had seen the girl safely out the well grasped the rope was attached to the bucket and slimed hand He I tiwasti ofeadlythe climb but he succcpdedII n reaching the snfetY I tt t Little Busy Bee t I WhenJJ- I one thinks that any bee that walks out of itr cradle pale perhaps but pertoct knows at onco ail that is to bo known of tho life and dntaesof R bee i oompliciited ItS they are and comprising I tho knowledge of nn architect a wax moulder n nurse ladys maid a honse keeper a tourist asoncy and a field marshal anti then compares that vast knowledge with the hnniau baby who is looked upon as a genius if it gurgles goo goo and tries to gouge its mothersI eyes out with its lingers one realizesI that tho boastedl all rlority of the hu man brain depends largely upon humanI vanity leSCommunication Mr Editor Allow nio to SpOOk R few words injfavor of Chamberlains Coughs Komedy suffered for throo verr with the bronchitis and conld not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicine but could get nothing to give mo any relief until mY wifo gat n bottle of this valuable molli rflio which has completely relieved me LvS Brockman BaRnoH Mo This remedy is for sale bye Uowgill Cowgill REJUVENATE wo r PtaIDS Weekly m IftI k an estriilinarj but t rj11 li fact that sofa t Jdl win t I41age when wt l lie ii tilturtK hair and teeth gruw rHii tho ri+ klrs disappear from tb Kui tIlIWtJ and lh ariujr reacUin I tliir lorA lf sharpiu s A Marquise rip Miral aun in an example of this rare nail r n k tie phfiioinciioii She died at the as of Wj lint it few years before her dfat91 utiagaint nun of the uaiufl of Marguerite Vir dar who at the nge of iI2 l It her wr j iJes rrt Hintd her sight aud grew Sc- reef T aew ueth When she diet U q yaiv lttir hr apptaraure was iilmosf thiit of a YfuiDgritirlI J r11 I Somr people eaouot live on KH nns with tlirn rl vo4 ron wiii hir frieutd toj lilmrs n to New and in suii Iwith an says is hot wom of seems to have to the fact that Lass man fa She has to mf the and she hu with Ole hid her that that and Warn and to best and is road for her sizeitor change ajse snit the this Rio eo O w oJ uoxcillo Ttmu Aug J l t oM thtx Karl reportI t p While iu tit sw mckfj ftervanb d 1t with fork and ffiifilMhlfyvhe on a hot stove Mtost 1rnlug to The t 000 refillafire Till ofXi1 t I j f nu v1 and to court on t lOOO bond ht h IIi n Engineer A F Kilpatricfc I ii wod work at Mickman Monday I t S out the 0 rnd half runt of the lli kIf1 t Utk f tPrter whlehII I thelHfrmJl Hiilcuinn through the- YrC I 1 Johnson ILl Memphis r Contractinp Co will comm lURtlirt at llJokiimi j I I Zuz o7 0 r 1 A- Fdcts j1 r I 11t0r f Ig4 n f haveknlly1 lshIronI4 YOl1 II their ont1Jlud Ipn tron flte that 1- erE J A EMI but MccNDYd P c it cw rict1i alLSlUakxuii J oun to h v7a gllbor luldash1 then if- YI liaviit sold them morn fora doiinrtnau orndit IIOUHOS yourtancash enablee1tthem to take the chances on giving credit others This is tho point T sell strictly for crfsh 110 favorites hut I give more goodffiiml good quality doubt this antI tvaFiethe tsame money your lestmoneyPrices o fi Also I am agpntfor then t IRIS PAINTSY 1 o ob e II r Not the cheapest in priceit the best and most dur able made amnbced by Simmons I IIardwaie Campatiy St Louis Mo t 1 14st I OJE THRELKELD T E l- LJrljCt 4 11 llf1JlJ 1lJ fJIiCtflU 1 t r i= n f OBJECTS TO on HIS SIZE J A York woman having applied for alimony counsel fee a separation her husband affidavit in which ITltis plaintiff i a tenipered an great pride who taken too much heart she married n so much shorter than slit refused wall with in street froiiuontlj when walked wedding ring so people would not know she I married sani ready wing give mj V the home I can it j waiting I cannot iureax otherwise plaintiff in action J What is Golden tCoffee i LED ORD HANDLE fiJfi MIl it 0 HERrl EYES K ached eiitind from Sevier c- i l tatlaY thiitMrg Sharp lOUt sstnnabiy a o vv j1f a nPiro a liti Pout a table necro her hath ne report frrendcrUdeagate the riyhtofway on tihh1 only phic ncttltovel Sft I I lV l 1 I11011 ns for ryou Dont a paint ir i for answered he PROF BELL SAYS WlUliLESS TELEGRAPUr WILL NEYiiR WORK WELL ON LAND iProt Alctauder Graham Boll of W shingtou D C3 declares that wire Ilos telexraphy Will never Work wellon lahfl though for the ocean whore tho JGijsnr nnoi structwl it isUkeuto succeed cables Prof Bells ono gl tha few inventors who have prolttedfrbtttly out of their labor his patontg in con nation with the t4taphona and graiho P hone both of which he invented hitsp made him wealthy Uo is now 51yours bid and intends to devote the rest o lislifeto thr education of children Civipfr deft ccivc he riuR sight an PiiPntuiity lie is at tint head ofthe toltii bareai iu 1C9biatnr the groat Et ii ututii iu the world as regard Dlieutific study of the deaf y tIi A GHOST STORY There is e1sebetweenOak Ore H Kytto isolatedlog dfdyears according to the roatport of jgtothe liko of which was never s fore witnessed in that hnvojtOillCyto titurfo thoIin life lnmediaLeB HeWstoarrnngenieut for ti picture of one pcwon will appear and wtfaderemain fr i Us r willaPPeftAmong tthnP whose faces have been are tiIJonudandftlput three weeka Jarg cruwdd of people have visi c ted the Ing eabui sumhave1 pictures 10tPOfiTrrsatioij but without avail CorUiin Cure for Dvsontcrv anilIi Diarrhooa Sowe partthatbtcycltripe Bradford tvnfattennnwasdi tvliePditornI of r suggested tilt I take E I olifaiubrrlainsfJiurrhoeal purchasedg beforettrtinK rtheauyH9altilmost completely mn down with an Ittack of dysentery I elutondxe Cowglll Cowgill THE PRIVATE CAR M This iin the day of private ear necessarily the private cur of Ute hut the private cur fir lICN fItycorn co a =t 1 htfttritike d l Ic Ila heads urtoIU1O of the graft mnnu th ncturing rorlxtrutottsfound them necessary Finiilly it hooauie nly fashion for almost anyone having money enough to seek privacy inn hosif istd them opera singers affected theta mure then anyother eb sff theft the millionaires family Sought the seaside in then nndl finally it has come about thata pi ordinary pleasure party touring a section of tfce United Status may have its special car or special train in all the state nnd exclu siveness stead for The presto t season has marked the building oMfflan m unusually large number of pri J gate cats t Dcvonrcil Its Worms Children often cry not from pain abunII inanition their but devoured by worms A few doses of Whites Cream Vormifugo will cause thom to cease crying and begin to thrive at once very much to tho surprise aud joy of the mother 25c at L P W S Ellison BABIES SCARCE London Aug SO Sociologists were disturbed by the vital scat ties issued this week showing n marked decline in the Hngli sh birth rate London shows ji croase since 1881 froin274 to 200 per 100 of married women under the age of 45 fhcdlloliue is most noticeable in the fo hioni bla quarters of the capital while the slum areas su ellter as Stepney Sbn dwell and Bethmil Green arc almost stationary Outside of London bhft decline amenuits to 258 against 303 in 1801 liaised Front the Dead O W Iiandis Portocfor tho Or saystknow cia deed I djdand I got a bottle of B cddfroio the did I tried to get some more but before I had deposed my bottie I was cured entirely I amvfell in de troth toolact SOc and rl at L P W S Ellisons f GEN FORBEGGA London bThere were moro Americans to be seen in the streets of London this week than utty time singe tile coronation Though tho 1PestEndno means full the great boardinghouse district about Russell Square seems to be Crowded with people who huH from every part of the Unitecl States Many of those at the hotels haven come back from Scotland o Gen oral Joseph Wheeler and the riss Wheeler who have bran gpe nd PhiCrsGastle return ed the her ugninfor a sThebeggarseoutniimhcrthoseV dnHiist now Ty own experience has taught tenylikely to be lgenuine and theI itiBriokslyn confirms my estimate Instead giving away money and f lto persons begging at the house she tickets on a charitable or- aatixataorPot 1 per cent are redeemedas the organization is the outlook for impostors I have almost come to the con usion said the Generate with a smile that the pbogglegive it as well as those who beg THREE SUNDAY WEODIN8S mTodnyatJndgoRTTtnntnnioainl Three rJfrom JBJeutucky and one from rlnhn h il ngni cd + iIon co t twr e year Soma lroun in ay some in buggies and one or two recent r on horseback a a Josh Weathafer of Loogootco lad is poor man but ho says ho would not without Chamberlains Pain Balnt it cost five dollars a bottle for it saved him from being n cripple No i application is equal to this for stiff and swollen joints contracted muscles stiff neck sprainsieand rheumatic and muscular pains IttpartialnCowgill TEMPERANCE AT FULTON Fulton Ky lag 31 Today has boon tho red totter day of tho local op carnpaicn Hundhfdffattonded the eadows Park temperance meetings 1Whore prominent speakers addressed them Tho liquor dealers ore also getting very active Thousands of pieces of literature from towns where prohibition is said to havo failed to prohibit are befog sent out to the voters Pfl1ZEtCKNAMDISAPFIHPT Louisville Ky Sept lGov Beck hate has written a letter to alocal min ister expressing his disapproval lfthe McGovern Corhet tight which is to take place here isOYES HERE Mr Roland Smith and familyl moved dofrom Wingo to Paducah Thursday They have been living aP Wi sofor about two years Mr Smith and his wife wore born and reared in Marshall county IIo joined the federal army when he was n young nine and while there lost his health Seven years af tho war closed ho applied for a pees sibn and it was not long until ho drew S3GOO He is now unable to work but draws a pension ot S50 a month which is perhaps the iarcest pension in the county Maytiold Messenger 21 Years A DyspepticV E H Foster 318 S 2d St Salt LakeGCity writes 1 have been bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 tenfaarsf tiedmnny doctors without roo flief recently I fiat n bottle of Herhin taperingaI ofT on s it to my friends It is curing tliamtoor We at L P W S Ellisons The celebrated Chas6 Sanborn Golden trio Coffee will be found at 81541 LEDFOUD RarDLaS t VV t1 1 d- r a n 4 soo LIVES LOST r jLfoflt Pete has again erupted t Ifs time destroying several villages u titrie garely this strfckeu island will bet flc e pOp lated ttti7Kt i itFACTORY LAND BOUGHT i The Mengel Box Company Monday K bought ten additional arcs adjacent if their West Hickuian plant pay l tkerefor 1000 Thfe laud is a port onT rlfQfthe old Powell stockyard the wholetV pubilli e t yet neering plaut will Jbe commenced soon GEN TYREE BELL DEADII G UUII conscions in railroad depot at New JrJ leans apparently slugged uua rob edR L died Saturday night without ever rea qpyering consciousness Ho was S3 years old and was making the alpuAfrom Tennessee to his homo iu California lie was QUO of the best known Had best loved of all the old Confederate Guards and this was spe cially tine of the old Confederate sol diers from West Tennessee rind 1 Kcntmkv who served under and with him EUROPE THREATENS US The European government as for ernments are at peace with the Uw States and especially does this amity exist with Great Britain but the ideuts tslk aluut the Monroe Doc hua stirred some of tho newspapers England and Germany into an ujlyI IUin morThe British Review speaks of the United States as I our hated rival and saysthis commercial rivalry accelerated by the purpose of the UnitedStates toi acquire territory in Central and South America is bound to cud in war boot tween the two countries It regards our Monroe Doctrine as a thin disguise for imperialism and possessing those countries saying that tho ame princi ple upon which the United States t sorbed the Philippines would justify any European in acquiring territory in the Americas Some of the German prOM regards the Prpsjdonta talk now clan tho Noaroe Dortrine as intended for Ger many as to Venezuela Some of the English press approvo Monroe Doctrine but think Uncle has a big job on hand nw Tnis makes the firth time it has been continued without ever entering upon trial Mr Smith charged with killing Captain Han Robinson in Fulton some time ary 1901 The case was continhed time until tho second day of tHe ary term 1908 by the Commonwealth en account of absence of witnesses Not Doomed For Life t1 was treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer M slumbetArnicaSalveCuresBnrnsores o papin n5eareP r i l WUlypu walk into my rpar t the spider to fly t I tefou edt nice secluded spotV V jt v ier Moone ventures nigh The W i the cr goods is kept someYltbhic vt herrlcltscll the MercKairt sits behind his desk to keep tUiM guarded well I spin r Miywfcb Heroes the door oer I t erfect cK a cOleJH store xndd buysthe- rr+ teou i1K Rerer i it paid ttoadrertie threw iWhat is townLItDfORD1 81a4t carne x 1 I I tq r 14 tt Court ndho Saptembor term of the Fulton Jiroutk Conrt convened Monday Judge Robbins anil Ootu Attorney door laPEboth present Tho business of tho term 13 prtrx ecdiug regularly and smoothly The grand jury Was iinpauneled M day and is composed as follows D JURORS ntPo Alexander foremen A W Dnritj B Attoberry S II Linder J Molt sr T Boudnrant J A Underwood NJf O Isbell A R Johnson R T IToudq T M MoFarland Julian Cheat rimr JCRORS W o pirdevell WW rPyter T1oDll50n A J JoOTnee w N Brs s field ItS Bransford W JNt Day Browdcr Goo T Beadles D W Emoi s- A K McConnell J D Flce S i flcnry L B Reedi W H llad D GlidoNyell R Burnett A M June E Kolloy W F Perry La Wa M Prucmau B O flowel J M Vile y Among the visiting attorneys utTiad tripttg part this week tire S IL CTOH land Gus Thomas of Mayfteld Tl max nullocU and Jo HwineU of Glintoo T Shelbonrn of JlanlwHJ T N U i llBWilxcl SmiU and Cbuflio Paynt Fulton htl len h anti disposed of kntuotru raltlSri 1 Itcc- lihrna 1I kqnl z t ri i attquitui r imuoaweultL of KsiJucVyt v KM ItteJ c6utiuuc UU 2ud day of Jtuiuurv i ComincnwoUth K utuaky w rcrirdProst I c AHomoulhIUl oounly jnil- Conunoiuvealth of Kentucky vs Jim Brings Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Lou ltrremun violating option 1a vae quitted commonwealth Kentnoky vs ry Knight vioUtmz option law u 50 9- Ooaisnouwoalth of Kentucky YfI La thor Haniott IQ yours old hooMbroak one year in house of reform ConiuioiiUoalth of Kentucky vs Jeff Bur ett and Jolty RoborU horns ak- ingIiven thrsxt years in hoHse of rea form Oonjii nvoaltli of Kentucky v Bcunelt ettint up IIt ne epcrtp rag tlltI renderedamtnfamons The grand jury had returned 5 oJ visiting Mrs Rob L yno TO B mercb3ulISttridimanIUruthisMrs JanaushFFiSrttnfi Mrs Maggio Raudlo Raised From llio lcrtd thetatsays f know what it was to suffer with nenral Balad from the dead trim line 0rbottleImy +1fi i do truth top 26e 500 Rod 1 at LW S Ellisons CLOSING A SALE I have decided to close out my entire stock of I to Tintsandand I R I I III Y BELOW COST w j Mr c BUCHANANS L DSIMMONS CORNERff I I I frof rli tifo eIl8treottbt hrehold1tcv humanpikQfxlluildiag cud tike tZutjiviresIrest in hadsRtr1tsJtfol sitigleettstower a thought tOirouit loOrA VestThefollotvfnarsse tsirtue trespnsaingACQuitted binggiol1 OUT CLOSE CALL titjORBRYALti Lincoln Neb Sopt 8Sorrffucasr ata local park br i8AC J Bryan and a party of nuo boring men into close straits withsio revolver and a largo nglr knife 3yt J quick shirts and nimble twistsEhf Bryan with the aid of his petty ceded in downing the llhwhoAllnrminJpart11r Bryan admitted that theythelear had tronblo with a drunken 1 neat was beating a fallen foe but he 1 ierEIhappencdmyalls spcechJ11 company with t member of the Confml JnioniH iras going ti the gltOiridI = to r ioft Tyiieiiuotfarlr r ittlcrr it I j upon two drunkcii ment I all I1 0 J G fNOWlFAffiS 2 fl WHY Mi LEA 1 Ijp rrO Rice of rite extR flSj 1 Rice C is at horac with new sto k fr rjil4urv llute it vudealrra chiefly its Millintry Pnrnubingrf Skirts Vuwts i iuvile n thorouKb iuspevtiou of b lire ladwe of thia coutinonity and se UMm Axir t tiara are tortouuu ia xur 118iIrkts of Miss ijJHialini1 Sin vhV an art att of experience and up i ytastetoI charge of their MilIiLfn partmeut Slut tray ca1ttiotueut uThJ t rlstutrKI iOUt iiDqs q lOXTlw trtlilt attune rowth v rubtlI 1 1 not without lHiuvr tc lhowlI f engiiod in its tUl1l1Ntl ontt SlKiritT Long Ioi Hay itdli tells this story J itfjii1 1 ilYotI l I I 1J1lgntjlrlVhilo stjiiiIiug llP1l a tiilll i1 isit t + Ioka sutidl tmili caicitir him undor j 1 ho nvisand ctsrviutr 1 straight up Vs ho + ltt i lattn1otI 111tI I lH c Cill his right hand When the stalk ceased growing I suddenly1 aj it tbegan j threw the barb wire Or thj Uilephone line that passes along the roadwild getting out his pocket telephone connect kd it to the wire and call lienti1cyJ Ort ufd1r Snyder Help was 1 slMvII 11111 fearing I the altitude might tendangc rj his health he ftt tullwtbeII bars wire to the fully climbf 1 over to thcareIl I ephone1 wire and from thl lot4 i i J41tII there to prove t I IrJ Detroit News j ioIhPEBIL tb dent HoosiAelts t rtyj bound front Pittsfield toLtii ox was hit by an elrtetm car near Lenox this morning toillscarriage were killed and ser iDJUl= j capecl witha fw bruises hsf face being badly crAt3 Secret Service Agent t 1 a5TD J Pratt t driver of jj- i t Presidents coach hail skull frnoturexUaud willi MB CLEVELAND TAlXSfl DISCUSSES LOVE FOR IiCtheSandwich Svpt 3 lJrf11 town which almost nnyiI frI guard the en trailed tt Ci e Cod is obgorving UldhiMni idinnertt ro IJcfIorson pjClevolmid talked Utin gin serious + prohoThe stiululatien WJL 1 s S UfCQtIr Jj who AinericRiiisiii rtd lf iftere sentiment hIll this industrial agoj of hurry 1111dscurly Xte i a when the chase Orf1 S ltts the greatest rctith bnor t11ptutJ1CUtlD 1 1i ItheQ h mig us this olgendcrs Shdi 1 f11luIAted I beJiavo that ffr r u s t nation iltnsuc015 cpcndsupon fceepinK forever as tho foundation of other ullort and ofnil QUnt er this hndl tlheft 1 ti tt3pt1 wliehj cxoiuplificd1 QilIun l tttboifront da for labot l lnbfiOJclEbrr j 4 over the country fil It K i + c 1 X iW fl 7 j+ i1 J j sr cv t it I i T i iIrh1L III I 11fwi h u grtatl- utect tsFIC11 I r StMQ- e th l I U1iJiI r 0 J 1tiprnlllIcuI Ih ye9tf lvt1 th old llt i I j t I I i l J 1 1 L l lPIIt i ur 01 I i i II I tllCt I d 1 iI 111 CubabiI r t i IJIllI h i +t 1 fh IS 201It 1 I t I ijct71 i i I ijj a ft o in whiICIIl111IU Iit li opt I I 11 ar 1Ii L j ttf 11PdlHtl1 1I lip till nL hIt lIr 1 I t j iit11l11 I 11 Y i I 1 i I Ix f11I i mjjjtwrij ru in t plantsJ t I I ldialHll luliHU fetiHk uiv grown vth hJl1t rat j 11n I I i COMMISh1 Lmiijville hsrltt 2The Kentucky State Ibiroad CoTumis siof whirl C tr MrChord of Spijiijjlifld H nnirijijiri ht run iits investigation this 1IIrJng of tli alf rd plans fur tin tactr sec of the Soutlitrii and IouNvilie IXn livile JRftiln ays with a vi V to taking action t Iruttvate thei notidtttinHi I lifuhl be Atlenlteil A steivtt tIr e tiny of tf board was iuhf jt jh b iIhtc iti thirilY i ULIU tf hufi dn jCU dil vC 1 wiint lrtnlslrdiurnfl thgetIJi jpion further than to stn tp PaRtj Judge flexl Huniplirty a lta rney for the Southern Railroad andiV f rtdth rTi Ktthe meeting Walker D Mince jiwt Vice PresiUeut of tilt Louis Nashville alpearrdthi afternoon pr 6j dent MilUui II Smith of the Lou iHvilie do Nashville and Attjlla Cox Ireltideit ui8ViJIeHendersonrii a di AIhitNash ville have also boon summoned The proceeding of the fTommf- esioner carefullyguardeo- artgrrV the being mncfe is eliifItIIIt tobtain Chairman iLChord1 hat HISheardL members of other Cou missions wluHe states are pimlrattd iby these oow itC iMIgi l a Fr I1iltl olllrn is sion met here today to be the investigation of the posed merger of the L A R fwith eon1plJtiug ernor ajid c ttOrllCYzller had been invitedI to take firt in the investigation Jc out of town The 01 afUournt ofthee e direct testimony as to merger 1proceedings ht obtained It is not notlthei bellievl 1 I C ST L nRi SCHEDULE I t 1LEAVE HIOJKMAN i S Leaves 160 p in Q1Tsacrs Lelwrs 7iK 7Mp a Ultfr I RRJVE I Airivcs tH PIff Rend nifAr astiit m J c u AS HT u 0 I ciC c 0 2 r1 I c ll 1 FORCAsHT F i u i- ri 4 400 I 3Ou Ii 7 r c tr FINE LINEPAHTiS i Qr1h na t IIi t wi w If 111IJI i r 1 fL So r ii- w t S U fj CASH SHOE S R t 113RIce NaorG I l Ct l LdII fireHEW MEAT M RKET L D fhjtelkell+ Prop l MIlfstrxdk Fr rhse amt elecu Only tho lIJCS Ltttclrer A f1n De afw il1wopDal pIIldto fitgIteexatrurhet ter+ ttaek clthkere a Sut+ d Ae nCplCIifutcd A lib rtI tlttturat JJI1 1 aCrowcgiifeDehnr crawarJ r cr I i3 Iron Beds at Little Prfles== c = r7 7Y 7 Jl ara l i fir itr Butwe want to caPStP lotB of itt I t+ ti thstqcIdurmg July amiiWH kttow off toalal Jt11Htl1d IOmc8t Patltrnsh3Ch in dtl ttIltlrfi11tJ1nnc1arsrt1I11y lxstl of good tValu cIlllIld I l iE t tdl12edB dsf ofn 51 tOt 5Oc fiP fit is 7 5 iit Jt c 7eiTftJjljNSYlI7H c f1Ji r F 3 J t1 eIsbf Z Tii this IssueraJJ see i- 7 rQ9 1 j qftted th r1- f0awr f f0 A itV 1tt a s a- a J 0 y- t I bi i f92 1 A + 4 fI i i 1p I t l rlfM S iiiijr 7L L L c n n LIVES1lr LOST ifout Pelee has again erupted this time destroying several villages und more than 2 X lives lost This time inrely this stricken island will be tie 1 populated mot FACTORY LAND BOUGHT The Mengel Box Company Monday bought ten additional aeres adjacent tlo their West Hickumn plant paying t therefor 1000 This laud is a y ef the old Powell stockyard the whole of which sold afew years since at pub lie sale for doll The Mengel purchase isnow Ql acres additional to their pres ent plant und our information Is that the bnikring or tho new mills and ve neering plant will bo commenced soon GEN TYREE BELL DEAD Gen Tyree Bell with was found u conscious in railroad depot at New Or leans apparently slugged and died Saturday night without ever re opening consciousness lie was 88 years old and was making the tr- iplaI9n rom1onncssac to his home in California He was one of the best known aad best loved of all the oldi a Confederate Gnards and this was speY cjally trno of the old Confederate sol diers from West Tennessee and West Kenttitkv who Served under and with him EUROPE THREATENS US The European government as gov i ernments are at peace with the United States and especially does this amity exist with Great Britain i but tho Pros Clients talk al out the Monroe Doetri lhag stirred some of tho newspapers off England and Germany into an ugly l iuinutor The British Review speaks of the United States as our hated rival and Baysthis commercial rivalry accelerated by the purpose of the United States acquire territory in Central and South America is bound to end in war be1 tween the two countries It regards 1 our MoHroe Doctrine as a thiii disguise for imperialism and possessing those countries saying that the same princi ple npon which the United States I sorbed tho Philippines would justify any European in acquiring territory r in the Americase Some of the German press regards tho Prpsidmits talk now about the 3Iouroe Dottrine ns intended for Ger many as to Venezuela Some of tho English press approve the Monroe Doctrine bnt think Uncle Sam has a big job on hand L J tes This makes the filth time it has been continued without ever entering upon trial Mr Smit with winRobinson any 190L The case was continhed time until the second day of tko J try term 1908 by the Commonwealth witnessesFv t f Xet Dooined For Life rI was treated for three years by good 3 r Ncnellsvrlle0forCuia bat when all failed BucHeus Arnica CuresBnrnsEruptions Salt pav25cc OUT SALE BELOW SIMMONS- HANANS i1orJ yy anda secluded spot wlijir iifi one ventures nigh Tli wJiiHt my parloi on publIcVI street wwbat the threshold ncvo bontalifeii jutiaek of goods is sOJwlticBrytkto kee tkir guarded well I spin puttlllifclite whdiiJ4a Iea baasEbIp tiir Union 181- C4t ittI1f + LlcY qQ Circuit Court The Sopttmhur torm of tho finltn Uirouit Cqnrt convoijed Monday Sad Robbins Gotu Attorney Moorman both presoit The bnsiucfisof tho torm proceeding regularly and smoothly The graud jury rtes iuipnnnelod day and is composed ns follows onA JUBOKS- I A Alexander foreman A W Baviti anT Bomlnrant J A Underwood vlr O asbrll A It Johnson R T Houdneks- T MoParland Julian Choot JPETITW 0 01idQweIl 1V W Tyler IThonipsou A Jeffries W Olra field It S Bransford W r Jfnimy ttB Browdcr Goo T Boadlw D W Hatfcc A K McConnell J D Powe iS U auiox D Glidowell RllBnrnott M J drdtIj M Precman 11 D floweU M Among tho visiting attorneys fug court week are Crt Lland Gus TJiomns of May field Tlinnas Bullock and To iieunutt of Ciinloo M T SUclbourn JtnntwcU N dui llercJliQl Smith and Cbirli Payne 0J Fulton The folIotviiiK cane uaybfu and dfepostd of Oouimoovrc lrh of KvoucXy MtUTH kp iIt ii ri ucqaiuci tJolUhttlUWectlth cf Kltt1C 1111t Sni voluntary liiuja ic continued rust day of January riu Commtnwealdi of Kvutucky Ix rduoYfYouugltwd petty ireny ouc county jail Commonwealth of Kentucky Jim Briggs treepnssiug xiuitted Commonwealth of Kentucky vs toiia Freeman violntiup option law quitted Couiuionwoaltli of Kontucky vs ryKnlght violating option law ttu 50 Coaimonwoalth of Kentucky YfI thor Hamott 16yonrs old hoiwebrcak formabComnionwordth of Kjntncky vs Jttt Burgett John Roborto ltouaeb ing ciwen three years in house of form Oonunonucialth of Kentucky Bennett setting up and opcrat swm of craps eenteudwl to years penitentiary fined J500 nod feiuler81 infamous The grand jury had returned n visitiujfMrs Rob Layne R B Sanders mehuyduAllISMrs isltvianavisiting Mrs Maggie Raudle Raised From trio Dead O W Landis Portor for tllP 1k1owBItlardsfrom tho dead triNl to got more but before had deposed of bottle was cured entirely am in truth too rife 50c and lnt IJP W S Ellisons J ClOSING a 1 I j to i I f have decided to close out my entire stock of a Dry Goods Notions Shoes and Slipoers Hats and Paots Trunks and traveling haw at und COST I t i L D L7UC- C CORNER I the I nn oJ 1 ninerS r is a W Kept n1Jr r o e a lstKhi t 4 f J 4 s j rr fc Y G I i J J r c iicl1 W OJ Jt T f t 1 T g and o D r W M i J 2 f I J A m I J Wil y i aitc d this S IL I T h vs 15 a a i t Y h tu ti+ i va Ali I mouth vs H Lon i 9 r and v n two 5 Ik J I 1 I I do I t J r J r CLOSE CALF FOR WILLIAM TBiH dsonicec as l t peacemakers at a local park brCl1tchtJ unionrtla laic ing men into close siraile with sin revolserand a large ugly knfo 1 quick shifts hurl nimblo tt- an with the aid of his party s cusin downing tho aliihQJ1K him projected hint outside the sill k Mr Bryan admitted that they i had tronbl6wilh a tlranken p was beating I fallen foe but ho edW rtiscused the rjfj hi4teefin 7thoidly lt4 eras going fo tliC fii tt lt q uotarfrgtiihGsates tj t tit it l F r rttt7 J tJ 0 H NowJ rfuE O Rice of fife Rico Co 1aat hometnow stock for Utsi MWT Ietltakr eW Jit vJ PurnULi pi ith Tuists invit a thoroW it inspect iou wl by Uio ladieS of this community and we them H t eost They ere fort uQiie iia scntr r4leei0t Miss Mudalinu Stray llI + 1I1naal5tof up i ratite in charge of their Millie r pftrt BfcUt She has tndondm uomt1 of OK ttr eat ui1 iiiifni rI11 We juilUni r ot tin roiutr OlIn 1902 tOK W IOHViy The tremendous rlwthJj IInoti J l engaged in its cult i itstrtfSheriff Long of Hay ll tells this story outithhs corn field till otheradaJI antiI met with what inigM jj- r 1 111L1 a ewre acciileiitj 0Vhilej f cirji it took a siufcfc 5 r rowtliJ catching him iui ttir ttlie aiMs and cnrvinjr Il l straight up As he startt a he made a grab and caught ttf J lit1 li the stalk ceased lowing 1PtG t suddenly as it beganJ1 1 g1t1 along the road and gettingI cQut his pocket telephone coi uected it to the wire and call I nedup the county surveyor J MrFd Snyder Help was s1o theLathe altitude might f ndabfkNa his health he fastened mie j barb1 titalkwire GJ e 11re1 11 rlcbTh vir s iv telephoni l illtotllrt to prove tht story Detroit News frjjPRESIDENT IN PERIL 4dentl regentbound front Pittetield tOL iJ ox was hit by an eltl3tri4 morningThe tilieiscfilliage weue killed and sevIoral of the party were ihil j juied Tho President les= 1rienljf1 1 face being badly scratchM Yl1dnyPO5 1lfI skull frnotiued and wiU diy MB CLEVELAND TALKfc DISCUSSES LOVE FOR IIotheSandwiph Sept 31Ids tI town which almost n nybeftguard the bntrniieo to X Cod is observing aldhooi yr r ciiAmong tho ipwikqrs at fcfcfr II dinner this nttcrnoatt SterQI rf 1Ctereltrntl t y r gioii ginseriuuutfala In1nC lHr t trj i w lfnret or the lifeof tliO from whohoe weoambia iliA imllorliintadjxutotiit thom- of Americanisin and lc r were sentiment r tIn til sindushjlllRgei r trntonl ii scurryni t f t tMits the Incji aq 1 thEh feeling which such ano ri lintildljy utile tiislsnltli1 1il tyeQplc dcliejittsl upon k 4ing forever l S tho fnundatlb ia1d01tlullS sentinit t cfantlhvufe cxetupliricdit d f i Cort Cltf uos of lnbnr r Io l il I l LI 4 brltIJtOr ryx Sfi y t rX4 rf c t tsr it t1tti ti t H in111 i ltl I V I 1 j I tiraijuittidi t l 1 t- I t j II r ri i i ilTtuNiiiJ I iI iliO1 fl to ll tii a fO laleu t Imf the old dti t I I 4 1 I ial 1 IIl t tii r i iIIe tlf rnmutIs I 1117 1 t4aal I rtiI ii II 1 i c 0 II 11 J I it iI I Ju Cubuc 11t f i 1 r I t t I + IHI I 21 td dOli l Well liulii i its t tt I 1 t ij t tlji i I s ktfiftini I roll1llU1lI i 1011 YUtlf Sv ii jjolav S pre ptrpetimlt 1 I j iI lIItl iiii iali the l l 1 tuLlI r tit i 1 i oi adl pipntiII iJe oldl via viiiei 1 Itiodii elI j IkI I1 W4li il jO dl i 1 1 l illltiuljiAfl 1 t I 10 l storkt f nre alsolI i giatifY1ItnO t COMMISillLouisville Ivy Sept 2 =The Kentucky State Railroad Ortumis srkin of which c C Mihordt of Springfield 51i4 iiairman treyan lib in restitution this nioruing of tth twnlegNl plans for the merger of Soutlitrn and Louisville hvi1lt Railway ilht yi t3k taking action to frustrate 1 ithe con solid alion irr li should be attoiii ted A secret meeting7 of the board was heW at Sflb Cb itotil in thisi eiiy iitI mmeuf iie oriJndilrl HtUJ dttisa what transpmtl during the Wsr further than to state thatf jion 4 Alex Humphrey Attorney the Southern Itailrwtd andili I LjfeM u r 4he eting IiI v Walker D Hlnes Firs Yl President of the LotviHNashville Road Appeared bofbr the board this afternoon PMti fent Milton II Smith of the swills a KashvUfe and AtiHItt fox President of1 ifw Louiev irIle nerlle8on do St Touis andadrector of the Lnui ville k N vHIe have also been summonedt Tbe Proceedings of tbe Coma ITh eionera sesit na are caarof guarded on1 infurftiatiou of the progrts heiriZ tlHHh is dull tail t obtain Cfciiirmtt McChord has net I metnbcrsasof other whose1Statceby shese 4t BlUf V ss9r1iAr iWf1l11emnl 1 1iwt here today to be the investigation of the Qj osed merger of tjhe L Kv R with other oompct lutes lint both fife txrl AttQrneyGcneralwl10t mri in the linvcstigatioji out of towji Thccoin ourl1tjeeauseoftheTEt direcfc tostiinpny as JtQ lneI i iseeedlt Jtisuotrwl1i01UIOOd iil asti ratiall ttg1yjxtfsons and papers Being tJhibonrniisston sucbwilJbl thomio Cc 5TL n tr sonmGlr- liLlv IIDrnr1f tit Craves p tit ioIfLAares itbtl zzt x + JLtmn ft7t16Ali xa ARRIVE Afrivw 1 w tJj tl1wefttb anif bfArtrsr SiOv m to J i itj 51 L L r t iZi Yi I cr C f in r f f e1aJIf i I- III I OR LASLr 1 FINE LINE PAI 3Sii r t i LrJjoi t IS ti Jir = =II n tr I CAst SHOE SI RE lI z 1 w RiceNa orG I Ir= T Mn = 1 I eNEW MEAT MARKETS L 1 Q1Loistock Eror elfated I ffcsh and eltaa1 Only the I est bu Ichj A he liDeoftucaJ ashstockaw oRktlpd HlIdlt mtrlotoliftkete amt tytgs Eve tIsin itunt tAs nlarc 1tCc11 uhylIarce tkhwer J i r X21 o 0 rr 4 x A JIIII L lmaa is I t 1 If IrooBeds at Little prces n I sIBut we wrru to create lots h j d tevchttitgTttl1J lUlti WP knOv cf Li Jt li1 tllin FtQC + offer tlupstlali y q handsonlestt gi tilrinda aJIy bcil good vtt iriS llt5 i i WI tet1 i iII E 04 f r p 1j JIl y E05i1edJi dsJ m it1f lJ750 c 1 f s j J 1hJ P i kS7p effEtI i Ml7li i x 11 ill4 wA wfir r- t f 7 Y c 1f9tt1re tad jn this Isiu and see fttjLiJlp tiPK 3 9t I o1tt 1i bJ i i z nF- Pa r ILIIqL iii i TR 1 tl Iic LIJ Y t ir 4 1 if r r If BBTARDI I J I II Rasa Superior Stock of the best makes of till rinds of Hardware which is offered at ONE PRICE and tftit the very lowest the market justifies 1t ii ALL GOODS flDARilfflll AS RillSIillI I f I ROOFIN A SPECIALTYii- H II HIGKMAN MARBLE WORKS E 1 nI ISIIED 1S55 c LI i t uY 1 O- RLiLiJ 1 ili I t it O G of oil Kind U w fq If you want to buy or soil farm lands land houses and lots or stocks of goods Iand see me at the Court Hou o Call or write for Special attention given to collections etc J W I r 1 ound trip tickets to pointsi in Texas i Territory Oklahoma be sold by the Cotton Belt on the first third Tuesdays of each month at i Ii i about half of the usual rates Three return limit Jj Stop overs allowed on going trip us you want to go and wo will toll you the exact n ticket and send you n complete 6Che dull for your trip Ii are anxious to secure a better place to roans will also i our handsotna lllustrsue twaklots tam Mil r r i ti Central Station Cairo E W IaBEAUME Gen Pass Ticket Agent St Mo i 1 f 1 t i Q J l fi cIi ffc carry fonml in a and no j i Sk 1 V s rwins be spared to plllaeo our 1 t I UlHc TrarfiHg Stamps with cvcrj lot Cash crchuKC r After collection of yOO arc entitled to a nandsomo proseut Tel phone 6 Goodsj v A Ff if HICKMAN KENTUOKY IJ Give roe x trial when you want Black Il smiUiing done oi Wagons i p Cc a specialty I also l r d i d ik I up ai short notice and nt rea t f 11 C A I AND you ldn trading stamps wltitt every lOc c ik purchase STBKB1 JlJoVW KDt1CKY- o frl J1J I rF PLOW POINTS Take yOut Plow PwatB to Geor- g2d ham fJter II ii stiy 1 C l 7 TOM prrSncemior to RazP Icl Monumentst R13I 2a STONE WORK IRON ccS- iokman Kyv timberI tfrmsmATTORNEYATLAW RONEY nICIMA KENTUCKY Texas Ratesmare Lowered IR Arkansas Louisiana tIndian and will p and weeks IiTen whero we 7 AgentiUnion Louis 41TOLEDFORD R1iri E- gCropioS FrpSh Mets- i ardware0ueensware and Eeed Stuff 6IIiJrV eyerytliing Casually firstclass Grocery will customers Cflillfbr you Promptly Delivered OLIVER ertiRepairing Ilorikwkociiig qlRosewood Irbed 11ol1aWeprt RUT HERS1 BAKERY AND JFLrCONFEGTON ERY- FBESH BREAD CAKES CONFECTIONERIES TCetadiabtt get CLINTON nbOfteNubet two Marble and Granite FENCING m mostT OFr m AALL Nunnallys Candies i Reigers CALIFORNIA- i PERFUMES FOR SALE BY Cowgill go Covgil- DRUGGISTS 1 1 u lITUOGRAPWORK S Litho Letter Heath- Iitlio Note Heads Litho Bill Heads Litho Envelopes 4t a low prices as can be w done anywhere at Courier OfficeLc iiiiJ f r OTIflTEBESFtD E The chronic bttCkplg4rfdlt the size of his livery iIlIts outrageous n1 gy drives with anent1t13p of hack will bovoid i dw tmaking au tSflgumi1 tif 15 one itam alone ror 1fThats nothUlJ Qditlft rcould alwnja go ya it tell ydti nbont st drivertlia1 Nt cool l OOObi8tOd a4fman who indulged fatB jsp f tlo Jaunt was tho Empijrar Ivii of Mexioo Ho paid tuat nrnoo t gorgeous Kilt otoiriofc OF Stoic arrived just beforo1arlonrtfou broko out And hedtly dtoye in his magnittceutv carcl orather ex ponsiv HtUa driro vragu1 Itr Just then the third nwn of theiiparty apoka uptoM ot u dick who had mar rte tmoney 1 Jiavo naver paid out aI mnch 126000 for hack Wre ho Mid lUll iwcentlytbut I took a drive once that brought me in the neat little sum of 250000 It was the afternoon 1 pro puspd to llauiL g THE BIBLE ANO BASE BALL A country editor who first studied base ball rules when n Sunday Schoolboy gave utterance to the following an tlquaiuMd couimetiU upon the national game The devil wets the first ooncher Eve stole first Adam stole second When Isaac met Rebecca at the well she was walking with a pitcher Sampson struck out a trout many when ho beat the Philfetiues MOBW made hid first run when he slew the Egyptians Cuio made K base hit when he killed Able Abraham made n sacrifice The prods gal son made a homo run David was lOUR distance thrower and Melees attn t out the Egyptiaiw tit the Iced Sea A Boys WiM UWo For lire With family itrpundejcmHJtinghiin to die and a sou riding for life 18liniN to got Dr Kings Now Discovery for I Consumption Coughs and Colds W i j enduredIgave instant relieffI aDd soon cared him He writesc I row sleep uuudlyihtyery night Like nurveluns cures of Consumption Pnen nipuid Bronchitis Coughs Oolds and drip prove its nialcbless merit for nill TJin at and Lung lixmbtee GnirantecdL butt les iOc and 1 1 Trial botUts free ut Cowgill Oowgill drug store IALONG CHAIN J JOn the River JSIkb a novel inod of propelling boat 10 in vogue A chum 290 miles long is mid in the bNll of the wrti n ull a drum drawn by n JO horse power engine and gods on her way rt joiqing This is done as tho wa ter iis so swift tlmfc ordinary means IitpraeticrilIbisJl earth II The Woman of Tact IA woman of tnet is one who i courteous under all eircurstancee nn incv ry condition lu which she may bif lplaced She is the Womana who can receive the unwelcome gne t with n snrilo so bright and n handshake so cordial that in trying to tnftko tho welcome soem ron it becomes so KnowingIl 0h my frlcndii there Ire some spec Itacles that a person never forgets said an orator recently after giving a tutIho lead witnessed Id liko to Unow whore Utev selll them remarked a stout elderly lady on tote outskirts of tho crpwjJ Glas gow Evening Times Fatally Shot Himself Fulton Ky Aug 28 jgcoph Jeffrey aged 40 yeacs a prominent horse dueler of Dayton 0 while out lionting this morning was fnfailly wocnded by hifi owngnn While at his luncheon his gun whicjiJ was resting on a nude by stump fee Cotltburroli wore discharged the con touts entering his body The hvcr and stomach were t rtt away CONDUCTOR AUSTIN SHOT IIuntin don Aug 29 Conductor Bob Austin of the Nashville Chatta nooga d St LouisRailvay was shot in the face and arms with a load of shoti as Iris train was passing a point hci twcon Mansfield and Van Dyke late yesterday afternoon j stiThe shot d of boys who were outliunting and it is not known whether it was intentional or not Pour takentowas taken to Paducah His injuries are serious Tl theorytheoogj toPaatxtlcryteno ic c 0l r v jI =4 p oq i ec less than f athFR reward and thea tllt rice i tyoo l reprisal and rdl r flie liragross of civil l y r lfutteeu3o Iris own conduct t iQii cscoae the conduct r ix tc r 1i1bY injunction would be Ivif the right purtucs werei od ll gO of experience is open a j 1 J Cfverybody and yet ii taro Q V ittjjaratlvely tear gradUftttM gMd of the men who owned t trod then wanted the moo rlIto kitolt ptnbitbly Dame over Ii ibrltNr trust ern y149 CaJlBge pwjf6 ors advocate JWicfii au1 ownersliip it is time for tho tidoliltQ tepee out to the farmers and loarusouidtldnp useful Fbftj3rlawvorsI have been employed in a orfTnvolTlng 700 litigants and 7000 jraiiiPTenuoKoe lend Tho puzzle is UanlHugh the litigants will got out of it S lie St Louis Post Post Dis patoll IAJattSQs hum Sbsntitii Wok Me to Sleep Mother so toudifugly at a church social all the wcMiton grind Probably pathetic cx preidon otsympathy for the mother r Tlife Smart scientists disagree as the trgo of a skull recently found Lu bifttd Inn Sonteaay it is 40000 andOuia say it is 00000 years old Bnt whatifra little difference of 20000 toN smarlscleutist Tojavoid the jysault resulting from ImatQnnarriagoe Iho local Methodist minj ors of Nashy ills have decided not to tthjrry ninliway couples in the fntnre I Learn to stop croaking If you ea nawSOe any good in the Void keep the lwdjp youraftlf Tfip sonUuec pronounced recently bv aikQUJIijadge is typicalof Scottish ft rifuf Ho said Ye did not only k aftl inurdor the urea but ye did pas thettJtl1Ua114l Dino1 4y1jrIitl prevalence of religious dyspepsia t wti froutlJI- eo l l Jl 1Jnlhd i i The titui who is alTrnys objootlug and cvoll1dylOnlW incon conIIif ijjbvjnaut ofoHieni but unfortnna fpiiniuiy think they should receive n jlmtimako tho contrilmtions Mfgotetido s+r thi19tvallt girl and the cook oilfdyd u foretaste of paiadisc E qairlr 3QUtor hellos of Alabama so i that tit secret of living look is work ulainaightyouo he adds dud hap pypud healthyas a boy I notice that allbfinyueighboluttiho got rich n udcretired arc doad 1 never iOt rich nnfl I ncvor retired Tho most fatal disease I kndSv of is to quit work it kills ern time hoop working and yonll v ka aliyoj n r J WoJnon who are constantly complain ingi t sore thrrfats may bo Interested to mo1unoof tho most ubgrIVate oases pl throat trouble on record Tho unfprfiiiiato ln the case is Mum Lucy blandI fhtcsfegiigomp und was only relict after nn4J xpentrituro of medical slNtshleti niountodon ladders ter pcUlliBftuftiiiloths about tho neck off the luvjtfjid ndittookexncUy thirty 1uiucyara ffittnnaltol encase the lansitCChroatI r Miss Lucy She was juteotfflhtiyotj nva Rrotosque flannel drcsaiiugtgownc Wom last accounts th- enliosasrwiwgt tL4 well as could ba ex1C 1Cty iW0 the sum mor resort asCifc JJom like H plndo as tliey iidyert cliJlt Jnsked 3irtJet llCrJ Lee dndijgo C d Ifouud it so replied Mrv SeldoluHulniel 1 They badaft iss i ryIdyme the other day you+ Y n vto put Creo ota on J a doteptof l cornxtonovrv rhe sueh pn t d the toe iookat xx J lYi 1 4 I 0 z4 = AN oLot RESIDENT t llirate Homo Austin Tex Aug 100tw To the editor of Hicknian Courier Pour Sir My name is J F Smith ConfederateHomeyour town and county and kindly ask you to recd mo acopy of your paper in order to agewheatand may not last much longer so comply with my request I was once acquainted with most people in your vicinity and would like to hear from my old reloads was well acquainted in all Fulton those of my friends who see this will write to mo rotrardsBS1t11THsCoofedcrate nome Austin Texas Ask some mon for an advertisement theyudont believe in advertising as a paper is never road But just let that man be caught kissing his neighbors wife or trying to hold up tho sido of a building aud his tune changes instantly and if the printing oflieo i iun gunner seven stories up hofl climb to the top and beg till editor to keop quiet and rof rainJa I from publishing his misdoing in the paper whore everybody will road it Deditorpermit tho WIlD to beg off ThO annual school opening reminds us that eyed our education has its side which is coated over with a superflcia polish that is usually laid aside when tne owners desire to enter into active life You ge iota tho school and arc so t0eased thtte precision the grammatical construe tion the exactness of statement in the tlieiarecitations Ypu compliment tho teachers and pat tho mipils on the head and your opinion of the schools goes up to about D5 or 06 pw cont Then as you walk down street jlftcr school hours toward tho post oilico yon hear two pupilsnJ conversing crosstho length of a block loudly discussing tho examinations through which they passed trium phantly t Jlollo orSwipMlI illhey Bill 1 itSoy wkfltcher gottin rtthemticn Jjogerfy JTJneyono an nlneyfivoanuI didnterapect togit morn lorry at thCclcatcst Soy djaw tpassin grammar Betcher stock sidid got nines three anal ouy made two mistakes sin Itu+ trtr ur lin OTnair a iirs auT ynn ncr nounciuV all righIlJt Sodi Blonbs flunked thefYass anni nodowpodtQOffurry alas looked in th book Comm nttartcr upper navsome fun Cant cossii alto goto mcQlin with mumulher JSotf uEd optolyratncud dy for the trust eyil Perhaps lie prosaiite in his ovu business life fttlio only remedy thjare is for largo combinations of capitalists and4 skrotvdnbifainoss methods ho Juts accumu toIthe extent possible kept hhusell secluded from other financiers Ho is ntnlst without being a omUinTst5oti Gonornls aro going to ryublish to1that die public has already too much information bout tthccrush ing of two republics If the book T3ritisld1 porfmijijiuoe or in any wnJ com pUniontnry to the British nuthori ties or Generals it cootldnot be published It will only dini the totinlidtb lostaA little boy said Sny popper docs it follow bttcnuse a mlmJ ht2ex VP pperrAsjtltTilu ladrThen yott wrist have awful1 poor oyesjkt h r Oh n6j sonny v- Th nwhy did nioiumerr sny ltassesis n J WrH I will eKplaln to inetuirier to night rl v Ouchf f He rftiunined a haehelor ever for he hatedavrnien he aidycfe Jhemnthe one be JiiigbfehnVe well The following wns heard= near therailro1td depot FirstSJOrtS c here old man that fishbasket is ten times too big Well never ditcht it full in this world ti r Second Sport That s to carry the bpttfleyin rvegQt the alktt Iftr t jiihlI J f c H 1f CEe iAKEtj k A Gen lat tIfff1Powoll Blook QHnton St Having Parcbas the Grocery Stock or 1t r J i o Bonduraat have all old tofriendsand Choice Bargains 1 Bay Sunshine hoar and yea wHiuseUO other 1 T Ii JOHN RINGWOOD j GSQ fIl Qiu j- D j I j i DDeisUe rinksshdrEass s HiehinfC ij j Koqps j i andFamily BUTTER EGGS CHICKENSj A SPECIALTY f 1 iiiI t i i Jx THUOUGH SLEEl ItS VIA MOBILE OHIO It JJ OrleansSt y iUoT R S K DAVID SONtJentisi1 HIOKM ANrKENTUCKY Office over Gowgill Cowgilla storei J CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers r We are hero to stay Nobody will appreciate yon Jrbarbers R U OAIJJWELL WILL CROWELL r COURIERJOURNAL A WEEK 2IMES104 TIMES A YEAR 1 1 1 The TWICEAWEEK CODIIIEU publishedinfor all readers It is the equal of many Dailies aud the superior of all other SemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent on application Address JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky 7sOPPOSITE R R DEPOT if j H POLLOCK Prop Virstclass turnouts buggies surreys carriages safcutcams Sc Customers poUtoriossPatronage FIXE FAUX FOIL SALE The Abe Underwood farm 8 rubles front Hickman adjoining Combs Springs containing 120 acres 65 acres cleared 2 good dwelling houses 2 good barns 2 cisterns 2 wells and several never tailing springs the whole place in good condition f JTerms Jrd cash and bakmce in ono wo and thice y earnA11P13 to MRS A V UNOORWOODl MEMPHIS iilOKKlKU sKTVb ltr0 After several v atio y breakdowns the now Memphu Morning News has overcome its obstacles and intnow issuing a first class newspaper Its local nerve covers Memphis and special correspondents in all the Memphis territory and gives the news of this section Its telegraphic service is sspwbi r The Memphis Weekly News will ap year May 23th prod each Wednesday thereafter Send for gawplc pieof x gthe daily and weekly- I1rE1tcIANGEA8LE iq J4 1000 XILE TICgETM Mttii f T 11 ttt ft f ilr i 1X toAreChattanooga S St Louis Kftilwfty good over Railway and Steamer Lluefiie the Southeast comprising store ihm 13600 miles Rate 25 00 Jjiwit cuet year If yen expect to do any tmveHng within tJthe next twelve JnOlltW buy oils of AJ these tickets You will save iwouey 1 They are on sale at pciacipal ticket offices Where they are net QuNle fJp they may be ordered from GerxeF Office through Ticket Agent W L DANLEY P General Passeotrer Ageatf d i NMbvilleTna w t 1fA TED O = c + To sweep a oodf tit tl w tbofse foe a yo Hfer ge8tl buggy1 ko ir fIAf f jt r 1 1a dE c s t U = r rr BBRBRIlABmr Has a Superior Stock of the best makes LI of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at j ONE PRICE and tflfet the very lowest the J t marltetJustlfies t AUr GOODS QUAMNWD AS RfSllWffi ROOFIN1A SPECIALTY t HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS aBH An7 SIIED isa U l BUYt Iti OR- t t St rI- II to U J3 of all c It you sell lots of and the fur Special attention etc 1 j i c Belt the first and Tuesdays of month about half of the usual rates return 4 Stop ovens trip os where you want to BO and wo will toll Ton the exact a ticket and send you a complete schedule tot your trip to secure a better to tocutewe will also Jjl to- M 5iJ w u Tray Pass Agt J JONES Ticket Agent Union IIIt W IaBEAUMEGcn Pass It Agent St Louis Mo 1 r ed 0 r tbc to plr- aLCatl axe our customers for lOc Lcrchugc After of cJOO yon nro to a present Telphonc oJ Promptly Delivered A F OLIVESv Blacksmith and Undertaker HiQICMANy KENTUCKY Give me a when you want Black Smithing done or Repairing Wagons1 HoweskcciHfr a specie ty I also Jteep a Iull H o of 1 rt J t e r t s d s jJ t I Eoaewood arid Solid t Wslnat Coffis and Gaskets which can be fitted ap on notice and at sonableprics Give me a If Slop near the jail l G HERS I p BAKERY AND h J FRESH BREAD CAM R Bieral r you btv trailing stampsi with every ca li purchase TRKEl JlJODIAf xatrtiClv 1elwnhone Number 90 PL WpINl TttktK r Plow J e o- tI sets A f7 a Y TOM DILLON Pro SUe O xMrltst deeJ Marble and Granite Mpnumnti cuR ItJ G STONE WORK I Kind IRON FENOISGt c- E1o1mern Ey t M t want to buy or farm lands timber land houses and or stocks goods call see me at Court House Hickinan Ky or write tf n- nsATTORNEYATLAW given to collections JW RONEY SICKMAN KENTUCKY j Texas Ratestre Lowered j i jI i I ii I I CottonJon third each at Three weeks limit j allowed on going are anxious place I ITellL oar bandxomo Illustrated bOOYlots ylnrrgs2JjLlAMMaeeinMK ADAMI H Central Station Cairo Ticket 1 1E t TESsTO I Ou LEDFORD R ilDLE CrCtes Frjsli Mosardware queenswarep and Stuff p Wfrmina will spared lilHe Trading Stumps wllli every Cash collection ontitlod nandsomc Goods on m t trial ct t BiiiiiajepslioJs j- Cotnmon Black hort reaI tnal ABUT iONFECTlONERV AND CONFECTIONERIES get lOt CLINTON ttoGeot twriti n Call TAE SVi1 BTLiTT gpr THBM Nunnallys Candies I i I Reigers iCAUFORNIAt PERFUES 3I IFOR SALE BY I Cowgill s fy Covgill- DRUGGISTS t r LITHOGRAPH WOR Litho Letter Heads Litho Note Hems Litho Bill Heads Litho Envelopes AtaSlow prices as can be ifclone aiiywliere at t a ft Courier Office Sy 1j t B f 7 YE 0 1 1 J yOF U1TERESf1 The chronio backelor 4vnt the size of his livery billtiufl Its ontrageon he suits gy drives with ages bestgfrl of hacks will hero to CQrtStt t- 1likinb un ftFslgnmen tlt 1 is one item alone rOc vt x Thats nothingtia tlf could alwaj8 go yon qtr i 9fer tell yon abpnt a drivlfa it cool 1250Khistorf fti man who indulged inlBJi QiItie jaunt was the Hmpg of Mexico He paid Umtnrnfti gorgeous gilt clmrio ot Sfe8i y i arrived just boforo tim MtestflkUrt tiou broke out and htoAiy- in ihhis mngnidcout Carr ilftoflilir pensive little drive tnsu L Itf c Just then the bhicd man ofUio jinrty spoke upthe oenedict who lied uiar riOtl money C I Ian vo eater paid out as mnch u126000 for hack htroi he said retain iscontly but I took a drive once ttmt brought me in tlio nest little sum ot 250000 It was the afternoon I pro puspdto Maud THE BIBLE ANO BASE BALL A country editor who first studied base ball rules when a Sunday School boy gnvo ntterartoe 13 the following an tiquainted couimeuUi upon the national gnmoII Thn devil wits the first coacher Eve stole first Adam stole second When Isaac met Rebecca at the well site was walking with H pitcher Siuunaon struck out a good many when Jip bent tie Philistines Mosce trade his first run when he slow the Egyptians Cum made a base hit when he killed Able Abraham mado n sacrifice The prodi gal son made a home run David was long distance thrower and Moses shut out tho Egyptians nt the Red Sot A SoS Wild JUdo For Life With family around exritoti13 hint to j die and a son riding for lifo 19 mils to get Ur Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Wl H Brown of Lecsvillc Ind mluredji deaths agouibs from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant ratiof and soon cured him He writes Inow sleep soundly oyery night Lifc murvelons cures of Consumption Pnenr anId dl- i 1 Throat and Lung 1 troubles bottles rUc and 1 Trial bottles free at Cowgill k Oovvgills drug store 1 A LONB 1 CHAIN On the River Elkt n novel mod 6f propelling bunt is in vogue All chill 290 miles long is laid in thJI bed of the river TbcwIuimm I IniinfItm I tlirko nrotin a drum drawn by a 200horse pow or engine and gods on her way ru joining This is done as the wa ter iis soswift that ordinary means IIof propulsion are unpractical1 is is said tc ba the Jlongest o- i earth The Woman of Tact Ii A woman of tact is one who courteous undor gll circumnUincce nnd ineverybonditioniu which she may bj Sheds calltOanrile SQ bright and n handshake so cordial that in trying to make tho Welt come sooth rent it becomes so Worth Knowing n0Olt tap friends there are some spec Incles that a person neverforgetst- fd an orator recently after giving a rapid description of a terrible accident ho had witnessed Id liko to know whdro thev soIlI them remarked a stouts elderly lady on the outskirts of tiie crowd = Glaa gow Evening Times iHinlsetffiJ Fulton Ky plug dn2Joscph Jeffrey aged 40 yours it prominent horae dl lDayton Q while out hunting this Morning was fatally wounded by his own gun While at his luncheon his gun svhicji wits resting on a near by atuuip foil Both burro wore discharged the con tents entering Jiis body The liver and stomach were t wit awry CONDUCTOR llSTI SHUTt Huntingdon Aug 20 Conductor flub Austin of the Nashville Uhatta uooga iS St Louis4Raihvay was shot in shKi of s twcon Mansfield and Van Dyke late yesterday afternoon The shot oilS fircd by astir of a crowd of boys alto were ontrliunfirig and it not known whether it was intentional or not Four boys werQ arrested and taken torKustinwnslserious T discoverer of a now theory of theology and ethics leas contracted to pay a preacher 3150 to listen to his the ory on tkeology andethics for ten oarS 5 2 fff r9jftcwL I t t iiJi co r less than 2 f 1t+ tlr f f t reward and thef- lii1ft ica jfltwoen reprisal and r yourQJ1j Y tJandoutuxcuaoi I rxupii OXQUB the conduct l rfttijyiBii by finJuttoUon would bo ut bffMF the right parties wert- iU nhi d rr r LI lt llige or oxpnrfouoe as open al- tifJo1Jwybod1 gad yet it turns oti ti1 lftpatat1velj leer graduates r t J Spft legend of Che matt who owned 01t4ijldonflspj1Ut3toj isiQtffiAVfien ooIleII tryioovimmont owntrship it is time for the siudoutis to hiro out to the farmers and the fciittn something useful e liorty lawyers havo been employed iu a c g JnvolT1ng 700 litigants and 7000 acro3 of Tennessee laud Tho puzzle is JjfiW much the litigants will got out of iVftiys the St Louis Post Post Din patoh aL Ivausns man weighing 300 pounds sttUg ItookMoto Sleep Mother so us tfUahjngly at a church social all the woman cried Probably a pathetic ex presdon or sympathy for the mother too life libsmart yjthaago 11Luy0ftndjfllSihatsmart scioutititYteaToayoid the noaults resulting from hastf marriages the local Methodist to mjntslors of Raahyille have decided not to marry runaway couples in the future liarn to stop cranking If you can not ijq any good in the world keep the OOc1oulIi lf r5 Tlip sentence pronounced recently bv P Scottci h tl rift He soul Ye did not only kI nftl murder the man but ye lid push lurust or impel the weapon through thet tyltsnd of Sit regimental trousersI F tvfhicli were the property of his Maj aty Tin prevalence of religious dyspepsia l Dl rtl1tt 1fiiI 1 vo itt1i u tit olnfisert tt The mail who is always objecting audI ding fr nltvt itheverytltiagarid ever I idy should consult a spcoJnliat in Uy01S MUerderB U is the duty of ovary one to con nnI jrojbruiaut of others but unfortunately rot imuuy think they should receive and mtuinko the contributions t J goisocl isturln9 with the butcher tlsq baker ti ftrtx jr the servant girl and the cook pnradiseEtj uL quint b Se nlor PoWus of Alabama su S tbn9tit pecretof firing lent is wer k Uho I numghtyono he adds surd Imp pyiiud heftlthy as u boy I notice that nil pfuny neighbors vlio got rich andr S rotirid are Qoiutl never Sot rich I never retired Tho most fatal dtse I kndw of hi to quit work It kills every tiu el Keep working and youll keep alivoi l 1 1 W men who nrb constantly oomplaiu j hig t sore thrdatsmajbo InterestBd toisIcnQt otone of thp noel agFrnasit cases pffthrofit trouble on record T unfprlyfHilo inthe cnse lla Miss Lucy i thtt ro flp ab thfe zoo at Glen lainud NeVt KplC THe poor oreaiture snffcrod i tO91tgtlnips tend WitS only teller ed letnftertiilncll expenditure ol mocticul1 ltmt1WW4tQUnhllon ladders wrap poiili gildi ulofcha abogt the nook of th in ftfHuYsad it took exactly thirty utneFaidstiflauuotto encase the l isfxcrisfxc Ihroatof Ms Loop Shet1 ulrfO arraywl in a grotesque flannel dressingigowu lrwn last accounts t patiottfewsllSt1lJgfS well as could bo 1CS1 K Was fUic summer resort astliomfilikejHplaeai is they fllhcrti eel it tiJifeV hsked Sirs Jeniier Lee Oaiga v v IfduiiH JtsV replied trsr Seldomlolnia They had n fusl with the coot r gulnrly eyoryr isdsy me the other dos y w a to pub creosote on a nosoo tl Did you do it z o rc the corn now The surgeon tltitltt toe for ittrt- ii1 t S S- yi c M OtO BESIOtNTj Cfciilfcy orate Homo Austin Tep 1U0 Augff To the editor of Hickinan Courier Pear Sir My name is J F Smith rim an inmate of the Confederate Home at Austin and an old settler of J askomo acopy of your paper in to keep potted in my old age abaut my old friends am 88 yours old may not last much longer so comply with my request I was acquainted with most people in onceffvioinity and would like to hear my old friends was well eIthis will mite tome- YQars with bust recards 1JF SMITH Confederate Home Austin Texas Ask snino men for an advertisement+ some locals and they will say they t believe in advertising as a paper 1 ever road But just let that man be ght kissing his neighbors wife or ng to hold up tho side of a building And his tune changes instantly and if printing office is Iuit garret seven stories up heft climb to the top and beg tlw editor to keep quiet and refrain from publishing his misdoing in the paper where everybody will rood it Ied1torpermit the man to beg off Tile annual school opening reminds that overt per education has its side which is coated over with a supcrflcia polish that is usually laid aside when owners dosiro to enter into active You go into the school and are so with the retreat intonation the the grammatical construc the exactness of statement in the guage used by tho pupils in their recitations Ypu compliment the chers and pat the pupils on tho head and your opinion of the schools goes up about 95 or OS ptr cent Thou as you walls down street miter school hours toward tho post office you hoar two young gentlemen who nro prize pupils conversing across the length of a block loudly discussing the examinations through which they passed trmin 1 JUello1 llHOp+ iiill 1 Soy whatchcr gottin rithomlicn jogerfy INiucyono an nineyfive annl didutelspccL togit mom forty at th cloatest Soy dj3v passin grammar Botcher stock sidid got nines three aniii any mnile two mistakes sin hLstry mt JmItOkiltiJFijrtntr rnounoin all rights I V Sodi BloDbs iluiiked tho lass anni nodowoodtooi furry alus looked in th book Commont tatter pper navsome fuii N Cant cossi gotto goto mcclin with muU1uthelSen udEven Russell Sago who is op posed to trusts suggests no remedy for the trust eyiL Perhaps he o nuts in his own business lifet largeocombinations of crtpltalists and capital Byfrtigalityandslircwd vain ess uictliDds ito lIas accumu fated u large fortune and leis to extent lpossible kept himself secluded from other iinundiers lie is a trust without bQing a couiTjj nation I mtorite Boor Generals arc gong to I publish iv book but it really seeing i thnttllo public has already too nnich information about the crush ing of two republics If the book to tolerant of the British adbhoNplinientnry to the nriti h1UthoriII ties or Generals it shoxilfl not be published It will only dim the luster an the patriots who fought for a good cause and lost A little boy said Say popper J weirsisg Popper As it nile kid accbcn you inifib have awful1 Rr OYC gMtu M0h no sonny t Y ThonWhy tlid inonimcr say brylussess nc luy A iln 6t I will esphfih tfli inocimer to night 4 ryvt OncltJ I t 1a1nche1hrovcrrfof he hinted wonicn he said Qtc he wade one woman happy = twar the one he nnglit have wed UThe following wa h t and near the railroad depot QldaJltliaffishhlsket big hell hover Ctcb Ib full in this world J rryijJ bwak G iIy pockett i 5 F Io l tJJ OE BAKER l t f Ge110Ja1 Groce1 1 ot 1Powell Blook Qlinton St flaring purchased the Grocery Stock o J O Olldur3nt tohave4uedaand8 Buy F wUUsi iJOHN RINGWOOD j I jGeQ l GtgOQ iQ j t Ij DeisllebriDk1t 6 td1 E asl HickIn KOQps andfamily t j I BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS ij I A SPECIALTY 1Goods Delivered Free Telephone No 89 I i N THUOUUll ShEEP nS TIA MOBILEtOHIO R It t tBetweent 1Stj Jacksonville Ask for tickets viaMfc ORR 1DRl DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY OfUco over Cow ill Cow illa i Urnc Store a CITY BARBER SHOP To my old onstomors Wo are hereto stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pleasure in try tug to please you than we old reliable barbers R U CaLnlr ELL WILL OROWELT COURIERJOURNAL A WEEK 2DIES104 TIMES A YEAR Si1 1 IIIThe TWIUEAWEEK COURIEU JUUItNII is the test paper published the United States for Democrats and J all readers It is the equal of many and the superior of all other SemiWeeklies HENRY WATER iSON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address- COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky LtVEa STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Prop yirst class turnouts baggies surreys carriages Safe teams Ac Customers served with courtesy and politeness Patronage solicited Telephosiol0Sk rIXE PARX FOll STILE Tho Abe Underwood farm 3 miles I from Hickman adjoining Combs Springs containing 120 acres 65 sieves cleared 2 good dwelling houses 2 good v barns 2 cisterns 2 wells and several never failing springs the whole plats in good condition X J Terms J rd cash and balance in doe two and toMRSl MEMPHIS atOKMiMi jiKW1 s i Alter several vexatious vxleiayHj rand- reakdowns iii the now Memphis Morningrlews has overcome its obstacles and to J now issuing n first class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis lend j special correspondents in ai the Menu j 1phis territory and gives the newsof this section V iIts telegraphic service tasuperb v Tho Memphis Weekly News will appear 1 May thnndcltCk Wednesday r itthereafter Senjl fof sample eopie of Jtho daily and weekly Ii ri JINTERCHANGEABLE t1000 XILE TICKET PR J IftNr l Sz fr Are now beihrao V tilTiile 4 v Chattanooga e St LOBK lt ilwy good J he2Southeasttrines Rate 9 a00 Limit one reara1Ifuaneapocttodoietyla ariiil with 1 ia ihe ext twelTe iioatk buy onef jthese tickets Iwijrhi cave money i TJieyare fMleyt i Heipftli ticket tMctiJ Where tiwy are not on sale k wlt d U evMaY fo orderedl from General T- OlIke through Tick t Agent If I DAJfLEY t3eaeoalPtier Agtt K i Nueiiiltp Tope WUTED f Td IWp m itougeatitaieI Id jslowj haute for ayoDPg8JltMbuKY Lone tHeres a obwMe foe a fair hwpe trade ApPItatUo1irier ti PtisltSpely ito yk t- qreoetttetl Wy i for iar1lf 1 hqi r ucc i = art dBMB i Lj 1 r 2 i1 TRhi cX E c 1z J I r r U I II k L AwE FROGS FISH OR GAME r i 1UArefrogs fish or gauVe THBia by 1meaosanidle question but it is one1 t II lMirfcich the courts of Canada aud the ativen department of the Dominion I p jMrewrestlruK Not only are the Gal 1I gj radian courts and revenue oflicerW tIwtet3tljnrsvItlijjjl this but the Americas p revenue officers and courts arc also at itiel1ptluC1 to solve it while the frog I fcV catchers and frog vendors are sUI nacre I i interested We import quite a large I p number of frogs The bnsiness has got l busilkt- I f ei6 the frog ltmeIt then I c twder certain laws in Canada they can be caught or captured only during cer i bin seasons If they be fish then 1 thoy are subject to only ten per cent- S tariff coming into Amciica and are r Deprived of all aristocratic pretensions ff by coming m under the geaeral teed of enumeratedII tCertain biologists have determined that II the frog belongs to the fish rather than II f tq the game family of life while c- erlitainotli I have decided that there was II aoclIIi r IIclasaitied witk any other genus species r rtfamily than hw own must be garner I FIALL E FOSTERSt The above firm is located at Fulton t Ky and engaged in the handling of lands all over the Snnuy Sonth Ken tucky Teunesseo Alabama MissLssip I Itt pi Arkansas and Texas arc encircled by t theta iu their weekly bulletins They I have at all times snaps for bargain k a r hunters throughout the above states I foriI litfiand flne2000 buys it This farm l will make flGOO in cotton this year I SSItO acres ih C miles of Pulten 70 0lier I toI0 f per acre takes it 102 acres levell rid hI t i fei smallcreek land 50 acres clear 6t miles of J nltou for ti oniI f fO 4 per Mere Just be so kind as tI i h1th9 Kyfk kiii YOUR DOG AM BUY A 4 f lUG Au eccchaugft says Kill your dog and buy a pig with tile dollar you save on dog tnx The scraps you feed your dog AVbuId utttk c the pig weigh 360 pounds ut c ih h Otrtr td ii hmi f t 1 your wife the money Yet kill1 yotir dear old faithful mindful s trustful dog and buy a pig lint when you come he we after a hard sdayg work dont expect that pig to meet ion a hundred yards awzt- yitlijoyfulbounds and J VtHtions of love and welcome I 4aTIMEOFTFiAINS AT VITiVt North Bound h No 2 Leaves daily 1131 a IH c s tjNo 4 Leaves 1240 am- SNo12 Leaves veekdays mixed 130 p m 1 4aoetheBound No 1 Leaves daily1 3 53 p m 7 No3LMTCSto 355 a in 121N615 Leaves wkiay mxd 800 a irti C8 CLARKE QetIS gct ST L0CIS t M U ARD JNO M BEALL ReI1PrApr t AICcglPn rAe r XGIILL ST LOC1S f 0 r 3- I UiBBookk SttoroO f i 1 0 SwM Selection of Y Spl1 ATgNERY i t r J NOTNII uh talltiriltree oar Steak Ever I I terttkiHf f tockU CotI P ct tilts wlr a box of Ckaiaberlai nY J9torueiik HT C ThetaVamil find the rn 1 S ij th MitMM tier my aiomaoh I Iti1l1 ttya WRobiaJwmEicer 1II tH M IioMikMtoSi Tk M Ta- II Wi1iiI erreot ifeordera of ti Ipetoira tet renllateri tote liver aalii IMHMJIJ TlM rw MAT to take and t b PrIHoeDt 1i ttUiI Iwk liy Oswgill IE Cowfill aftlR q t jjt j I J tti i f + v 1 lYAONDJlLEYELAND Mr Bryan believes that the trysts lu this country should be broken up rhatcthey ara organized for the purpose of extortion dIr Cleveland believes the same ling Mr Bryan believes that all tariff rates that enable trusts to grow in this country should beabolished Mr Cleveland believes the same thing Mr Bryan believos that those of our manufacturers who are shipping theIr goods it Europe aud selling them to competition with English goods are up infant industries and need no profec e tion Mr Cleveland believes the satire thing air Bryan believes that this country should not have waged a war for free dom in Cuba and for conquest in the Philippines and that the Govornuuiu should tell the Filipinos that they skull have a government of their own fiSt soon ns they arc capable of having out Mr Cleveland beliuyes the same j tking t Mr Bryan is opposed to the ship sub idy steal Mr Cleveland is opposed to the ship ii- ubsidy steal Mr Aryan is in favor of tho consUtr ion following the lug Mr Cleveland is in favor of rite con stitution following the flag Mr Bryan says he is a Dmnocrut and not a 1opulist Mr Cleveland says leis a Democrat I and not a Republican r j Mr Bryan says that on Uto issues rhornext campaign Aiuei nine Demo withhMr Bryan iu this statement including Mr Cleveland With this statement of facts what iiI aqise of Bryan Democrats awl Cleveland DuMiooruU fussing over what imppened in 189G and allowing Mnrk tfduuu and his crowd to sit ia the easy chair and langn in 19QlElizaheth town News FraRYvI Washington Cor Chicago Tribnno 1 It is expeotyjl that by thebe ginning of the lieAv year Lcary will be able to report Cor duty un der the Bureau uf Yawls andl DuckS There is n grettt deninmll for civil engineers iii the navy arid if 31 r Peary desires to go liei J lwiJIbu informed ho uiiisti resign rrluttlie utYyr JV 7 r ll The department is not in favor of granting that ollieer nnotliur long leave for th + purpose of nink iing Arctic explorations CRADLEy Jef J Its over there in the shadow wkcre the lonesome things mnst be But I meet the eyes o the mother with tears in the eyes of me Tears for the years With their hopes aud fears Tears for the dead sweet years I lead her out to tho sunshine whet the flowers are fair to see But what do the flowers say to her tin what do they say to me Tears for tho years With their hopes and fears Tears for the dead sweet yearsF Au I say Gods world is blooming an the birdsthey sing today 1 But her dim eyes follow the misty path of the awayTearsWith their hopes and fears Tears for the dead sweet years So I lead her back to the shadow where the lonesome relics be- An I tell her God gave the gift o tears to you dear au to me I Tears for the years With their hopes and fears Tears for the dead sweet earstf BOYS KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN To the general public which hr1S watching them with an interest greater than many naval officials suspect the most pleasurable incident of the recent maneuvers off onr coat was the fae that the hostile fleet of Commander Pillsbury was discovered by an appren tice boy on one of the defending war shipsThe episode shows that even in the United States navy with its scores o o1istrained ollicers and its hunt 1ISroom at the top if one is only willing to seek the opportunity of getting there Had this been real warfare apprenI tice Daniel Stalehle womld be a popular hero from Maine to California today As it is hk keen eyes and alert brai Lave earned for him the good will of his superior officers no doubt tw k someday expressed in practical form He has moreover taught every l oitu American in whatever circumstances nitarUake advantage ef gulden opportnnilies Gfobcbe nrges that labor ebeIncorporated as rIbo first step towarda compulsoryl arbitra tiou that can be t fpctedj r r t r p7DENTIST FOR THE POOR r flhJldreuat tfc ion Superetttjust conolna dentistshavenssistancetproposed to have the office i6S6 once a week during which day ali c rintdfrolfoplnlcn that if the teeth of thp r f ou1dtoanion 1 Miain It will be the first utorenfeulits kind in history Ciueinnati En air r h Pray and Sing all tiII Night Lon Winona Lake ma Aug- allo ori last night three hundred preach attending the Biblii confercJig prayed and sang in the chapel oftliSj 1ntyermeeting i tion and after midnight and awnl1e steno became very emotional 1 ta Preacher whose methods huvt proven ni ineffective in their communities orpig J down and cried as they pleaded tforI divine guidance Others chaatTSed themselves with reproof as they pray tJ1 and all pleaded with trembling voicM for divine revelation r- ipuoiul prayers wore offered for tile president and his guidance in nattoua affairs At intervals tho proachersrsajp ri and then lOpped again to their hues The mooting closed at 0 oclock flm tuorningiCp Many ministers did not attend trmeeting and some criticised it burl I Uiosc who came out this morning atilt1 t swollen eyes and bowed heads ward l1 was the most inspiring and helpfullJ I Jsj mcoting of all their livena S f 4i ii Towns Boom Tax r it The value of letting peojiih I know about it IS being reoQ I nixed in curious quarfcerljH nowadays 1 hen anything li to bij bought 01 sold Ini tho valley of the Sacreinento I l in California there is levied i qfor8 a fund with which to adveilI tiso the valley in the news i papers of the eat and elsiis i yjiere This is an uniisiial In Ii ur L1iP c W press advertising Another instance is that of the railroads in Nebraskat buying space in the papers of the state wherein to eXI ploit their reasons abains- the proposed increase in rail way taxes The people o the state are strongly in fa vor of a higfter rate in vieti- of the published accounts o f i the excessive dividend de t claredl l y those railroads last year In the meantime there is t merry war between the ad vertising and editorial col limns of those Nebraska pa pers The one gives good reasons why the rate should remain as it is while perhaps the opposite page will con tain lengthy editorials showing good cause why the rater should be increased i PAYS PREACHER 150 TO LISTENi ispecialti 1Conp says that tho Reverend Roy Raymond n youutt Methodist uiiriste- lets entered into a contract to listen J Tbaddens E Peck a welltodochemistlt tforten hours while the latter oxponndlf an electric system of theology and ethics much of which he has himself evolved P The consideration of this unique Agreement is that Mr Peck ihaU deeu fto the MethodistUhnrch u tract of laHd worth about 200 for the sum of 10 tlIt other S150 to be represented by Ifr Raymonds audience folly Peek The contract was drawn by George IW Carey an attorney and Jedlgc Charles iL Beck of Stratford It ts when Mr Raymond who iis building ta nnew church and helping in the tauntsHI labor personally approached Mr Peek Iefor a transfer of the land that the tuft frgnow building and is needed to ca N1 certain plans Mr Peck has th lase of naming the day of his hl r t r Cut this ont and take it to C t tCoargills Drug Store and Jt aii 55 Cll mberhuasSto lch k Liver I Tho lst physic They also eery- orders o the stomach kri- ceii iw t i ftw ii I BSAND POLITICIANS na rule do a vast feoe advertising for for office Many of Ueyote columns of is jpnjse rasa advAnce Afe cfi tlmt cnndidate t inofej Qlniin on them itvtjjtlslng than a mer isrunningfr t Biudn 3 and J bffult to Mm or1 fowie just us he would etlsitvr sewing luiichines I goods or n patent churn S tsfloure oneh lierpjiv s the salary of the ollice he IN etls while the publisher who Ubostd JUIDtlS contented with ucwsRianer oven the ninckstcveekJy hould be conducted on business principles RECORDBREAKING Nashville AmericanIII l+ast trains save time far niou to whom time is llUsJUcssIIlatest feature of note in the World is the 24 hour survice NoW York and Chicago The new I trains break the worlds long distance record They make almost 1000 miles 20 hours maintaining an average funning speed eircludiug stops of 40 tulles an hour- HUnropa has aouie remarkablo trains rUlmingIafsiirs anla train on the TransSibcrfan rail jomi spued of 17J Wales an hour 10ngI ofk1urOticmn roudbodt and American cu i-Igtat iWEVELT TOO MUCH A DEMOS 1 CRAT monopoly trusts resentment t I11the Kooserelts recent speech Issue in which he recom fmended Government supervision o J oPorlOlisticcorporntlqlltInuthorizd ttrConstitution r hcirrogance of those concerns Jt is politically instructive that tho multimillionaire trnst magnates are this hostile to the idea of Government supervision and regulation of the bnsi Enjoyingtspecial privileges that are under exist ingiconditious unjust that encroach- f upon the rights of the people and that demand authoritative action in defense oa profsra shall bo curtailed They have to till intents blacklisted President jllposeyelt for daring to suggest such a thing thalikoqlihood of a presidential humiliation even greater than that inflicted by his p rtS successful opposition to his ad ysocacy of the Ouban reciprocity bill rife Republican party as controlled by Hauua will never go counter to the will of tho trusts If Mr Roosevelt refuses to serve tho trusts he will bo retired at the earliest moment practicable Nov ertheless ho Las already served tlu people well in the movementagainst o trusts He has omphasized the truth that effective action to restrict th i trust evil can come only from the Dow ccratie pnrtrSt Louis Republic A BRITISH STATESMAN FORTUNErtKidor who lately diet in Washington notwithstanding eminent services the empire left no large fortune waS at first reported in England that ho had left his family penniless After ward a repott was circulated springing from the English publications about the will which gave tho gross a mount of th- or property without making any allowance for death dual and orbs shrinkages that indicated that his family was left fairly well off The truth appears lo lbe between these two statements Out ISot the savings of a laborious life says the London correspondent of tho New York Tribune he had secured a sub stantial home for his family in London ilfthis eau bo disposed of to advantage it would secure them an income of Somewhere between 7000 and S000 wthe support of Lady Pauncefote aad daughter This certainly is not a great estate for the family of ooewk i been called Englaatts foree 1 91tVbassadoc It had already been pro 5jd that the family skoaW elvJ t1tt1 54 f t 4 1 o1f w 1 i I l C l Rockbottoni Prices on Groceries Staple and Fancy Groceries as low as the lovviBsV for Cash Call and inspect our goods and cam pare our prices with others Free delivery 4 IVH 1 BUCHANAN 4- r Buy Now and Save Money 11111 We ouVr tIll trade some rate bargains lu onr Mammoth Stock of 4s rrw f IFURNlTURE 1 Sideboard Rockers A w Cots Mattresses find y carry a complete line r Collins Caskets Suits lobe Etc Our price reasonable Call or telephone us when our services are needed Phone 10 Morris Phillipps iA ALL AND SEEUS 9 rt1 1J tb t We are poustantly reeelvang Fresh Groceries of all kink Choice Fresh Meats Queens F f ware Harness Ice Cream Frez ors large and small A lot of useful articles for lOc Hay and Bran All at vii vu vfr JW ROGERS SON t 1 MIOKMAN WAGON C4K MANU tURERS 0 TilE CKIK11K VTFII WA Q iti LTiiT HlCKMAN r KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid iH hS50OOt Surplus and Undivided Profits 20pOO CerrooActs of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited w eThe Funds aud Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars v T o f g 11 T TYLER Provident V7 C JonTso rAi hier 0 A HOLUOMBE Vice President S AfBERG Asr tCaehriea toFARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK 01inQQc ab e tII titmQk n T Absolute i Safety is the Basis ti That wet offer to depositors Other in wt ducements are of secondary Importance i Upon ijiis Guaranteei we solicit ole a pafroiwj V a A i THDAfPSOKj h rr rS H SLMP p DIRECTORS 4 JJ C nOXDtlKXST II HLCIIANAN J A THOJiPSOif Jfa ItlRM IShER J W ALEX NDJR fr ll TJIKELKKLD Read very ad in this1 is ueaudsee ii- oirrjT I v t y r- a CS 1 4 L N 1 i 2 1i i n i i f t Ifi iww r W OV u f A fgalVgjnw t CJD 2N4 JL5 c MissS Nottie Staiiri lift Saturday to alittid school at fowling Groeji 011 Koriin tho leading merchant In Jordan wan iin thinTuesday of Mrs llbnry K1oetrnrHl daughter rj Ethel of Chattanooga Tenn are visit iugMr Jolin Knocrra family x MissJjattie Iis nor and bjsr unt Addie Biter are tisJi1tt iu Cajsgs this wvrattci I 1Mron Dversburg road with ar Andy Ohxyvcil fur 7ufi latters place in West HirkuiAU air lleoson will snore t- otoJ arti Air OUiy well to the country 14 flinty Judo Andrew Lawson now p O address Union City Teen K tUyi sends gr etiufifi lo iivid your enjoyment with others ijdivifte multiply and add to in a single process Mtis Georgia Cusick loft Monday for a two weeks visit to liar grandparents near Union City Tyler JJcala David Corum sad Frank W lIuolclt this week to attend Drauyhons BoHinota Cutlorr ushviUo titII ATylcr left Tmfaday for au Kins businea Klay iu SU Longs lie f 01 C lisi young lady friends Misses XSilmct oF Memphis aud MIHS Marie S Brvanl on a pleasure trip withhimtI Mist Loua Mojehe of BoxvUug 4oUrn not luis charge of the Mtisio t tdqartmcnttuto 2hiss Marie Brevard is visiting Mrs A M Prater Pauls Valley LT and will be aSlot several woeks Hr and Mrs L P Ellison and Miss Anicp EftiIg roft Tuesday night for St Louts to buy certain lines of goods in that market W B Owen formerly in busin svat Fulton Ky becoming despondent on account of the d trneitQnby urnandl having so fur felled tflif jtho money duo him from the insurance oompkiiy CurnMiittcd suicide al CuruthursTUio Mo by jumping into the MMtanppi riot rs ijf Ststta1lootcut fAmmiiSJacrs tit U session at Praukfort appointed Henry Knight and J C Braun of Fttltoo for tliiacouiity Tlu e Ivfo with thr Slier iff constitpte the Election Board for Fulton county i MrsiKiSGiCarter 11eidcutully fell 1 arm bro err Sf am T nten was called ill and we are glad to note she is rapidly recovering SALESMEN WASTED to look after onr interests in Fulton and adjacent counties Salary or couimis sronAddrQss LINCOLN OIL CO t Olevoland Ohio toil SD Loo has ivritton two arti t elcs iziisvhiclil hp charges Gon ForeSt Witlibelrt rSmtsiblo for the defeat of the of n9rtbs ntIrirrlSburg find thatstalwart old soldier i Capt lryTyler iava pagO article in the l1imanII Courisrl denies Gen Lees charges hum with the blame Capt I 1l1 veisanfnyitKvthe situation nod theyC saj Gffjjt Tylcr nrticte is true as Tlstpry sari bo Acritten Colnrabns Grtltck1J cneniW wtol1formorh with Baltzer S Dod 4ias accepted a position in OUdti lyf 1 Ra Mi Aileile Allen left Monday to to titisuniohcraposttion as tqachcr of Litera tornin1I ojjter CollcgcBDeviIn6 Green j i I JYf j RESIDENCEFOR SALE ii nice 2 stbry frame residence in East Ilickman iocsalg1 at a bargain at tirivjitsale For termsa ply to V BLBOSTOK y Jbiic obbius who has lieon oijt in Color ojbjXMinso of his health has ro turnedijind Isprcerding the present ter i macbtii ianrrovechfJ tJ The GommanderinChief of the wudXArniy of the Ilepublio lias issued iia peal for funos to aid toshe ereo t afiiomQ for esConfoderate vet era1 nastri f EAT god quality Ap plyle 1 LEE ROSE f nighjI1ore ir now dynamo with 1100 catdle pswerat a castor overSl jlOOO Ti 2T ri I 4Mrylcr bopght the Dr N 4 criitrmatpnblc sale Monday Pl1b g forranie fSt55000iiearly 50 ll pTflCi f 4 v 1jl y HicliHiM College opened Monday t ifkk r largo attendance A larger s I vHWHfcer bf hiKh senool isnpils from j fefoi re in attendance than usual 1 f 1linintH 1 OoMfMtr1 Whki Jpting for oil no I oi thaithlti JMud ncd the she 5Which5 ithu gone 1W6 feet an Y pr jiri anew111 another location end at ClMMMi t- w Sa derRioIiAiURD IdLABD tLF i n1 i k1 oJ p pc i if 4 q JiIaII jpAg fJ + l Moss of Clinton is at j tending spurt this week and paid the CJoWiera friendlycall t ILss Marine Bro n visited in State I Inno last wkL- tshtvorsblouting s t Palace gave antI entertainment st the wharf lauding iMouday night awl notwitlwtandinjc the ihclomout wtMtlher had a tall house the main it was pronounced a good fonjoyabl0 entertainment but some parts humor not smooth but iiotb SugMiss Josie Faulks who has been fjjisiting jolatiyes in Troy Obion had Memimisj rotaraeA home Weduecdity Ma and Mrs W H Balteer left l for St Louis and other cities Mr Battaer goes to buy full goods ands Mrs Utilizer will visit relative at J Carboudale Ill 4 TipliMiss Winnie Davis Harper of touville is visiting her uncleW J Harptr in East HickmanGTin railroad business office fe to be W enlarged and roinodclled to acconuno 1 date increasing business and more I clerks r i Miss Laura Green of Clinton Ky thvisitedj Rev T F Moore vi kll Clinton and Martin since last iaue Mrs Bhiuclio Ditiuonv of Mo win 1 Hiclcmnn Tuesday Choppingi 4I Mrs T C Mahun of Hlack Rtxk park visited Mrs Jam Rice and others j JhiBi week i A Missouri editor is r potsiblo t toJffjble aasertien recentthe wt a cAnrot- tentrttpittmentia I his town rile nuwtcr j I f cereuioniefl made the innoaacemeut I Miss Bates will inR O fthat I i Had an Angers Whig Tbat I Might t Rise curl Fly accompanied by Uw I minister Ghioago Ohromelfltt t 1 Js rlltill1H on lIiJ 1 1Y4t i Ia 3 C ftl m11 Jlrf r rI II t MISS STONES CAPTURE GoUflftnitirbplo Sunday Aujf Sl i Tho report circulated in tits United States Uy news agency that time Turk ish Government had addressed an ab rapt note to United States Minister od Leishman saying that it abrolutelv refused to further discuss the respojiBibil ity for the oapturo by brigands of Miss Ellen Stone the cry and companion September lJ01 sthe outrage was not on Turkish territory is not true As matter of fact the question of thoI Porlos responsibility is indisputable since the capture payment of the ran soul and liberation of the captives tJll- l l occurred on Turkish territory Thef Gorrcspbndbnpfl oil the subject of the measures for the delivery acct I rout pt the brigands continues and the 1 insullicrcncy of Uio efforte displayed byl tho Turkish authorities has been the subject of complaint by tllsi United J States Legation Tho Porte iff follow ing its usual coucse of trying by means toevade the demands of the 11- t gatioii for too capture cud punishment of thQ persons alleging among other reasons that the captives whe released did not sufficient information t unable the to flndt lie brigands D Charles Holcombe who went to the Reunion Dallas Texas returning via Hot Springs and other the head of thooldestlnis ancss lioxiae in Hickman has positive- raturxedd home There is no mistu- L about this as his many friends can ve i paDdeinandsrreadyvlUy Gw AJWartetJJoldt pastor of the ust visit to Men fl11 g Zf iIr u LABOR 94A iEUR6- The 4 lobaervatiott of 1H was geliorul thrdughouj L StatcliJd in all t11Jl1 S IceJe Jn tion8 ot gtQJ m Were hold In ChiMgiBl 000 people took 1lnrljt1tjl T cull SonutorYEM encd ntltcl roSs At tgait Faubaiiks and v o other projninanfr then m S0ichcs Johti Mitchel prejn dent or tltit United Mine AYorfiilihtadd reitod 40QOO people in PMfe I delpbin stud Sniiinol GompSpj oke in New Qrtwns Gdv nii was the chief orator at ebB cothe O anti Gov Sayers took part in tho parade at Austin Tex White spoke at Huntinglon Va and was greeted with cries of disapprobation when ate advised1 the miners to join tho State militia Contributions fur e striking nnthraoito minflrs wort feature of many of lice celebrations Labor day was observed In various Kentucky cities At the Lexington celebration addresso were delivered by Gov Becklmm and muter GU Bradley Nota calebrations wore held at OwcmUioro Puducalj IIlendnrtnii Frankfort Central City and else where We are the dote ageav llJr Chasq tSftftbarn coffee try them 816 4t LEDPORD HANDLE 1 zi a 1Ir reLairn Ji wz in committed ar authorities Cohfcderaro rPrices Testing Palau vaudeville entertained large audience Wwlnes day night several huttdrad nue nil pro nouncod the performance very Soo disturbance was imminent be cause of some coloredl people being seat among the whites but this was soon rectified satisfactory to all has bean show week well as court week in Hiokmnn several of the shows floating palaces operas theatrical eo making Ilickman on one of shows nave happened each night and all been welll patronizedt The Swallow Marklos new I floating palace gave an attho wharf lauding last night to full houao It is tho best of any of the vivo floating palaces Dont get try apound ot Golden Rio Codes at LBDFORD RADDLE- Mr and Trs Ed Jackson of WintonI visited Sits Mi King last week blisses Carrie Jackson gooks returned to in Mrsnjas Jackson oii i FKfl1hlLfHOT WL SlittfebP well td do hnrfefcr ejikloy CQliaty who is well knoh 3ftu and companion became in Jt11i quarrel with Walter Thar JSud Martin two negroes at the tn tho Dumas in 11hlahdpibly futall7 wounded byyqltor area who it Is claimed jerked Stunneons pistol away from him and shot 0nimand claim solfdofonso and will proset the white men for part in the JBglit Fulton Leader or o j sA Parsons Noble Act Hl want all the to know If AshawayEliiThhi medicine found in Eketrte Bit tcrs Tiey mo of jaundice and greatspffcrlngine allaround core any tithourprisaWork in Liver Kidney and Stomach OnlybuttstigowgUlL l1nE niGWEST FOOI i t 4eImvo often heard of the fcl otIftWsvhoa4 JlQinpsons colt out we now P StoiVrdcoricl of man in Drifton 3 t who tied two sticks of dyna fitilte to nuingj dog and set fire tIidig TheI doglan home crawled uhttor the house where the mite wont off and so did the house 71 The Red letter SateViII for til One More Weej i J jjiirt k l lUitit CiSIP r 2 ii 1n tlen 1iiJUI Q11111i II f wbicliwQl be 1ll1 lloljj Wl+ til tbew f 1 bo IELLISONnl i fiI I J I wI 4IF v 1 AmerionnmisBionr taken every Jlo t guilty furnish to 1 r at points glintfon a I J l urchJisonn e IY l w n enator f i a 3 l t I n a G good 1 e ti This as cr PDintsaSome those n have grout entertainment l a j gwiorallyprbnonnoed perfonnaneo rn to ttie and LoIn have their homo ro = l lillcgQhomftirom theiiria a a f cute their world I cured they excel t l n a j dun ih b 1 C li a t i forgluten1 1 at3ljnUm College JijaynVhl tins passed an ordinnnoo to njfirgo the city corporation to increase 1 Hadnt7lic l sameri9cti Bedford and J Handle have just ro nGpsiliouar Dabpoy will preach al the Chris tanchurcii next Sunday RINLBuiness n toiy WITTING fj AmbergIcai and nerw firmbf Smith Amborg Bros They willprobably occupy the Curlin store 110016 in LriClede block until the new Tylqr block iiS completed V Mr E CRicr who has been off in tlioJJargo cities buying goods for the Rice t45 Naylor Shoo store and also for the new store of E C Rice S Co has returned anti reports a lively market and title trade prospects I W7S UC Ph ED ma TO CON RA9T FORll a GS LOADED ON r5lifcbty11 iDiJAAN t l1hdllkolfa 1- lt MJLTB = + ept3 rZIfQQ UNION dIr t N I f f ec I S =h H C FIFTEEN i HUNDREDMT VICTIMS VERITABLE RAIN OF 1 IRE UPON HEADS OF HELPLESS MEN C1iILDRENpCastries St Luoie Sept 2 NevteI as just boon received from Fort d which places tho number o dead between 1000 and 1600 No estimate can bo made how as More Rouge is buried under lava cad ashes and the plantations in vicinity cannot yet bo safely visited In the area swept by the latest rain fire from Mount Polce over GOOO people dwelt in the villages and plantations and while it is certain the majority oslcape it is impossible to ascertain how many porishod Nearly nil in More Rouge wore struck down by the deadly gasps and tho deluge of lava followed by red hot ashes bolero they could escape and in the village of Lecarhot as the popula tion rushed toward tho shore for refuge from the fiery death behind them they were snot and overwhelmed by a groat dal wave ruching inland from thesca Many were drowned and as this tidal weave was felt all along the shorn of Martinique the number pf fatalities fJ front this cause may bo very large Mho people of Fort de Franco are again be- owing discouraged by tho repeated uptions and talk of evacuating the island is revived Fort do France is thronged with lug tives some of them suffering with terrible burns and all of thonv doter mined that they will uovsr go back to vIcinity of iinjured curl thousands spent Sunday night camped in the streets and suburbs Freneh war vessels are gathered at Mastmique to aid in tho work of rescue and also to carry away survivors who desire to leave the island The survivors toll awful stories of tho death dealt by tbe volcano The tire seemed to rain right down and burned everything it touched HKO red hot iron while tho accompanying gases made it almost iutwssiUIe to breathe Those who did not die instantly seemed to bo choked and paralyzed and soon succumbed Only those who wore tho outskirts of the area of destruc tion had any chance for escape For tunately owing to the threatening condition of the mountain many had gone before fire greater eruption of Saturday aud this helped to diminish tho death a rollThis evening rumblings aro again hoard in the direction of Mont olcPJ and it is feared that the volcano is belching forth more destruction for NOlthiin1rirn 1l C Uniticuy ksayK ILL BE PLENTIFUL IN SEPTEM HER ACCORDING TO ASTRO LOUISTS t Now York Times September of this year is said tor fraught with many uniuqky and uncertain Lays Here is the list r 1st Good fpi busi ness and jour neys 2d An uncertain day i 3d Good for business generally 4th Favorable for Speculation 5th An unlucky dayv 6th Favorable for those whoi I have property to sell I 1 7thAl doubtful day N Sth Good for join neys 9th Ito important work ishould 1 jp begun 10th Propitious for CO1Ftsl and marriages clayx12th Good for business 13th An unlucky lay 14th Good for love aftairs anc social intercourse 15th Favorable for journeys 16th An uncertainclay 17th A good day to ask favors 18th Favorable for journeys 19th An unlucky day 20th An uncertain day 21st Another uncertain day 22d Favorable tor business but only during the very early i hoars 231A bad day on which to ha dealings with women 24th An unlucky day 25th Good for courtship j 26th A very unfortunate day 27ttT Better keep quiet today 28th A good day on which to visit Irieads t2Qth Good for love affairs 30th Fortunate fort1ioeeiin love 2 Attorney Ed Teat Mef Falioa attendiag court this work Park am Max powell Harrypr and tise Eunice Adams wko won fwliotersfeipa in tho State Agricultural and Methaaaical College sitLexiafftee from Uis eowatjr willv r Itotrebta l y for Lore cL pJ 7 o A A RELIGION NEEDED Ij r Jusf at this time the country needs a new religion that will make a man pay his debts says j 5 the Methodist Advocate Shout J ing dont settle accounts with God Kointota fellow and put him out of the church it he goes to a ballor theater but never say a word to a pious scamp who never pays his debts People who do not pay their debts are doing the church more harm than drunkards or t dancers for there are more of them in the church Reader We we getting close to you Then lay down your paper and go pay up and read it with ease And dont stop paying because the statute of limitation excuse the open account which you made for meat and bread You must pay iit in fire and brimstone Uod knows no such excuse for not paying as homestead exemption When you raise that excuse to keep from paying your debts you can stop singing When I Can Read My Title Clear to Mansio si the f Skies youve none up there SUNKEN CITIES Itis believed by many that Venice is sinking into the r Adriatic and that she gradually will disappear beneath the waters of the great lagoon from which her palacecrori ned islands arise Other cities have gone tHat way J before her and ships now saiL over spots which were once teem ing with a populous life At tho entrance to the harbor of Kingston Jamaica the original j Qity of Port Royal lies fathoms deep beneath the blue and sunlit waters of the Caribbean Sea A harrow strip of land on which are settlement and a fort is all that is left of what was once the richest wickedest town in the West Indies J twas the resort ofj pirates who rusted there from their idepredations a1111made the city hideous witho their revelry But these pirates brought great stores of their loot to the city and itstt commerce grew and flourished Palaces and churches were built a pirate often striving bya rich endowment of a church to square his accounts with heaven dc c NATIONAL HOSPITAL At the Arlington are two prom nent citizens of Hot Springs t Ark Captain William Estcll f f sheriff of the county and Mr James C OConnor n successful 1 businessman says the Washing ton Post There is just one thing said SherifrEstell that AVC want UlJ cle SaUl to do for us at HbtY Springs nnd that is to establish ThisUdesire is not born of any selfish motive bcciuse there is not any profit in it for any individual It is u matter solely Q1huiaan ityt The cost would be small since the general government owns all the land and the lleaIing wa tars To Hot Springs come con stantly crowds of unfortunates without means xiid 4n witched a- y physical condition + Many become innfact it has beeonie a bwrden on our local government to fak care ofsoiHahy desti t 1 tpecpe rile7 coals frcjm erery section of the aby tained a oderate suDfobund H hospital where they ldlJt housed it would be a blessing to 5 all concerned I do not believe the govermaent could perform a letter eharity awl hope then xt coagress will NJtCti411l stick legit lation LOUISiiSatArliaFflgti r 1lA trap Gx fie tee ciW art euioy yoMHtt at the1JMtlUf1l1SamID8lGardttl1lTak+ LoopSwu 1IKHkltiOnincladed To St Louise M isaprMD back in er eisfarr Ask yet A eat for S J1 tdt 1 t T i ii jt7 9 EXPRESS MESSENGER ft HELD UP t Nashville Sept lcLny low Gus i iY terrifrinKi auf IIii nouuced their presence in the express I aItoulght and proceeded to and up Express Messenger A U Battle and riflo the safe a Tne train is the through one from Hew Orleans to Cluciuuaii and is due here at 7 30 oclock The two man Kb boarded the car at Jbrunkiiu eighteen lleforethItt messenger knew thoro was anything I wrong had gained admittanuo aux stood facing him with drawn royoLveraS- AIDJUE i WAS UWS HYATT yOneof them tiunonuced iu threaten iug tutus that ho was QJus Hyatt the famous train robber who recently escaped from thto penitentiary hero by r the use of dynamite and carried four teen others to liberty with lam messenger readily complied with tin command to throw up hand and ICwhilo one stood guard over him the othftr rifled tho safe LARGE AMOUNT SECURED The amount secured is thought to be i i large but the express company piliciaU r have declined to make u ntatemen- ii until the train reached the edge of the Soutb Nashville yards whoa they oulmly pulled tim belt cord stepped olrI the tar and took to the wxids f fSDESFOR 50000 DAMAGES t Because her picture was used will outlier consent on the cover of a yel I low back novel Elsie Crcscy a promi nent young stage debutante of Chicago and a daughter of Richard L Croscy general manager of the Fidelity Mn teal Life Insurance Company of Ijh nois has sued IA Dononne Co publisbew Chicago for 50000 damage t JOINT DEBATE I Knoxville TennSept 1It isi i announced that the jofot debate planned between B Frazier and II T Cmupbell democratic and republican nominees respectively for governorc will begin Saturday September 0 probably in this city The dated and places for the joint vass will be arranged as soon as chair i men Thomas and Borches can Moot iinl Nashville and agree upon the same T ai X ctvii pappr LniigmiKeN On occasions when tho AngloAnton t- t can kinship is celebrated it is custo nary to refer to the sevcnt six milliont and odd United Staters as people who iu specthespakeButi tlT largely ignores facts There are no 1- t than asses uagesin1 day and comments thereon are presented to multitudes of readers in types thusi represent besides English tho follow ink tongues or some combination of them Arabic Armenian Bohemian Cat I alas Chinese Dutch Finnish Freuchi Gaelic German Greek Hebrew Hun garian Indian Irish Italian Lithna- inn Polish Portuguese Scandinnym- Slavouic Spanish Volapuk Welsh Yet the steady tendency from decade tt1 decade is to increase the number of newspapers and periodicals printed iu other languages In the last census year 94 3 per cent of all our liows Papers and periodicals used English 0 typOi1i 1890 929 per cent did sot J Nw York World i 1 u AJny Cook one oC the grate t financiers of modern times de cjares the country is just entering f upon an era of the greatest pros perU the world has ever known He pas the constant outcry against capital is wicked P moo r The commanding ofli ers of t1 ships which are to participate iin I rth inr game between the army JtS iixd the navy were indignant he Ytc u e Admiral Higgin on delayed t the tart tr tender a reception tois r the Duchess of Marlborough and a I party of Newport faahionnbles + ft t Every person who goes to a 1h0 to Q1 clockat night and ends at 5- oclock Iltttiinorning and dRfle 11 every dance including the Fin alto oj cotillon takes not less thaw 56 x tiil 000 etc si f 1 Lt aay one walk this Sistance as and lie will readily ste that daiic J lug iis a more vigortus experIence i j tkan is generally supposed 1 J i Prhap oudOllt like Oft1cotfrhe i I1 aeWsyoji din this paper We tea t- oi like it bri elves bit there are several t haBdreia +t people who pay for tke paper itch wants a little of hi kind of ti I MWI aeaee thera mast be a variety Yfp jmt like t4 ht4l bill of fare r g c J3 L 1 K x- t Tp c r Heres Rae Hard to Beat J H Pufcman a Tellable farmer of Magness this county tells the following or a filet He says he found dead snake between two logs of his barn and on in vestigation found that the reptile had swallowed a frog then crawled ill the crack as he could and swallowed Ii mouso which fixed the sna k- ISO he could not get out so dla1 one side and mouse on tin other side of the crack he had1 crawled iuRenton Dt m Married in ji Buggy Union City Turin Sent 144 Lrst i dtreCollier widow both of Clinton Ky after driving all night were uniMlI iii marriage while sented in their bugr y ini front or the conrthoux m tins iilaw the ceremony being performed by KnqI Sacra FortuneI furors A Texan lratd aud stonnch lint being will out 1iiJ11NJhead of Keiinedale Tex + lidtOOtA felt tike a new man liifn dibit iib stomach and liver troulils Only iw at Cowgill Cowgilis drug azure TO GO I10 ANNAPOLIS CougrasSman Charles IC Whoeler ha appointed Hichard Donovan a unvalI cadttat AunupoiUj and ho with ink C the oxauiination required on May 8 0 Richard Donovan is the oldest sn of Uol J1 Donovau local ageut of the Illinois Central railroad and is a very bright young uiau News Democrat Haven of Rest London Express The overworked and sufferers from nervous pro trtio will find a real fcaveu of rest in Korea There is no such thing as a novel or newspaper in tho land No regular story writer is Known to have lived there for 1000 yours Croupn 0 Usually begins with the symptoms of a common coldj thoro is outlines yulepulsQk respiration1 Halltrd9f1cry for it and at the first sign of BalardI throat 50c atIi P k W S Ellison Forgetass to That we liave a full line of CHILL MEDICINES and COUGH CURE 8 gilluDRUGGISTS TUB BEST IS TUB CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is the question The TWICE 1 WEEK REPUBLIC is notas cheap as it is possibly to soil a firstclass newspaper It prints all tlw Hews that is worth printing If ypa read it all tho year round you tiro posted on all the important and esting affairs of the world It is t best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce und distiuguishintnewspaper designed to be road by all members of th familySubscription price SI a year Any newsdealer newspaper er yolemu 11JfE UI3II St Louis Mo JAPAKESB FANS Though the Japanese folded fan is a common object in this country littlel known ef its manufacture Ono of the largest factories is at Kyato where an average of 8000000 fans yearly are turnedout Spain is the principal ton sumer for the Kyato fans Italy comic next in importance and thou thn United States and Mexico The fans are not manesas eight different workman are required make a single frame while Shier the fan is finished it has to pass thro the hands of no tower than ten people To IMYlde I4OOOOOC j Now York SeptTho Dutch Gavj ernment has according to tho World 1 conMftted to the derision of the Powie estate The Hague valued at 14000 r ii i 000 among nine heirs who live iui America Seven heirs live here cae at Qmincy J1U and onoto in Chjcagp i Tiey are all in New York now anUex pect tkRt thertj wilt bo ijynidjjd ever to tb is aa sew wee3 s t y 1 Jlt 3 NEVER USE WATE Now that the patihr So setting hi remember this have a gasoline Hro thro bAitwater on it Flour Ulch will 1put the lire out Yl p spreads it Now fit tfii I mind so it wjlll come banal r you need it Vancouver tid o GO OF HEAD tiiuce Colauel 1 attereon hit ax 1drstwt the idea of bfiog Gqv f Kentucky and his let up iuOj of removing the cuticleof Griif e laud and 11hiliaw Jcnntngs Ihya 1i- Itas cotho doa u to rind disco 1 sus Thoru is no itio of1r ltru prosperity of the eounlrtt ei U itwpor0ue is due to the 1 dtesiveu tad the industry of concerning which there caii ti an isuo Alt right Heury head S C COIN HAS t01PPE TI O 1 The Aniericnn vow is iil il it from a new competitor VI probably be demanding pt In this FrtMitfh Suudnu tr r vast forests of the knrte Ir which the nntivos CYraa scifnve closely rcseuibllU trh- ttvltlg all Its good gnulltlu n rr- uckingt seine butt qunlititilt y nrrltlQllS are being Itttldoa I 1tC it to Franco The Nowijs If 2jOOo A SBAKE tA suit has just been filedlflSllft 5 BST A jSfQWtcepR of notion The lawyers snri hut in ul the record of 3 irisIirudtlJjjj there is not another case s aItrll kmdrofI The plniutHf is Mrs i iSaiilr Bntts si jjjung woman util tl q illdoCclldmtJ man of sixtyfive years TmTfjtj1 mer usksfJ000 in dnnmgoss for In jury sustained by shaking hands with Mr Hnrford Physical jnl jury only is the ground of cobl lntyagriphcwldchprray JbiallpOwcrfj The loading lawyers of this ban are engaged in the ease iVin Chester Sun J MILEAGE OF DANCES Every person who dunces nIIrf fIlccolodlllgwho has recently been Sttuljti the subject i rThis seams a long jonrne3ylttt a longer ono udrile is t loll by It rjt 18tatlstWtnlljjtO nGl1Aftcrka representing a journey 1lyards then the polka repr nl l fimqlYtheqi 8UO yards +a 11r AS TO A NEWSPAMst I TRUSTh w Echoes of tho rumor of a nowpapjr j JtJwrr newfiePaP rtitptast There are several reasons whyr ktThe majority of editors liav tt09 htrtliuaat i countrrlcatfinbtba f winds of heaven- ottrlfhStaudtU6lhe n npni ua ftM1binntiou ofcnpital during thcrlateton yours tho last census showed thjSgljJy arpprecntof the newspapers ot tno country are owned by cotlwratipa against 03 per heat by individuattma nseThis percentage If coriorat6 1 her ship may increase somotrhnttlarger cI iQS hut the press optstaaofthe great ceutersof popnlatioij tvlllal ways be ltr CIne by Indivwtals 0 J f MAKING A I lMENTl cr would like to exit 3t I lieio the plaintiff to bain3pjg speaking the truth1t jjjfeT iMust I nnfllrerthe1 em Yes Jb Yo11 I dontsQ3t l41ctanswer 1 havcfUJ QI tbtip nIB if for a w k20r and souie Jhnbita arc yerytgatclir r tQ jp9 CIerelatid1 l inlVt t f v l si o 1ie y x w- v lo y t 1 t 4- a Look V Look A WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE = 1AGENCY FOR THE VrII k FENCE ri tt AMERl0ANwaEF1EL0 IMade of large strong wires heavily galvanizedt Amply provides for expansion and contrac 4q t i- Lion Only Jest Bessemer steel wires 4lii Iaj 1used always of uniform quality T nrA i Never goes wrong no matter u 1 6 how great a dramrI art JY iis puton it Does 5 not mulilate but J Z s J 4rdoes1 I cattle horsest 41T1tft ho js and pigs o Rt WB If JI It r EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers G Cull and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fence hrr your fields so they will stay fenced This is the fence formerly sold by M H Shaws Sons We intend to keep it in ftook if it oan be bought We also have a large and well selected line iof Buggiee Farm Implements Harness fie WS HENDERSON CO 7 j R f rej a i c r A NOTED BLOODHOUND Morgantield Sun Last week Marshfl Taylor was call ed to Kuttawa for the purpose of trail ing with his blood hounds a mIlD suspected of having stolen several hundred dollars It was thought tho suspected man had stolen tho money and buried it in tho neighborhood and that ho made occasional visits to where the treasure was hidden Marshal Taylor remained thoro two or three day with Old King but the suspect Jiut have caught wind of what was np forhe failed to to make the mys torious trip he had several times niado t beforeWhile tho marshal waS there Jiow 1 over a store was robbed and Old Mug was at coca put on the trail ftor a chaso of oiglitoon miles during which the rivet was crossed twice the nogrops worn caught With the goods in their possession Marshal Taylor sayg the arrest may lead o some sensational developments Old Kings work in this instance was about tha best overdone COMMERCIAL GlOUDS The British Board of Trade gives out a note of warning of approaching trade depression Germany has been going throughsuch a period in England wages are going down and down but iin America there is uothought of a day of reckoning And yet there are indi catious that somo are thinking of to morrow Tho word is passing around that tho Wall street manipulators are unloading that the Eastern financial centers will not bp able to help with money to uiovo tho crops Why Because they are loaned down with watered storks of the industrial combines jvhich the ppoplo haye refused to buy Presidentially Ostracised A small boy upon being asked by a philanthropic lady if ho studied hard at school replied that ho did not hurt f himself at it You should timo well at school employourII llady or you will shyer dent of tho United States hI never ex pecj to be llIla Domocrat The Chrpniflle JI I ACCIDENTs v i RUFUS DODDS BADLV HURT Mr Rufus Dodds was badly hurt ntII he Uoer aatr mill on Saturday last I Ho wasi standing on the log carriage bimfI His injuries wore terribly painful but he is doing well and will soon bo on his feat again MEETINGI OF COMMISSIONERS PfrBbJKBrowder A member of the tot olb federate Homo Commission formcdthe Leader man today that l Gonimisaons would meet la Look atrwrnsl broPcnee ValleyIIarrod btttg ake theqm attettlte meeting letiec zQ I ICOUNCil PROCEEDINGS Hickman Ky Sept 1st 1902 Couucil mot in regular session Present Mayor Dillon Councilmen Glasor Swayne Brovard Beckman and Kirk patrIck Minute of last regular mooting wore read and on motion approved and signed The folloTving accounts wore pre sented properly approved and on motion allowed and chock ordered issued for amounts Tom Dillon JrPay roll for work on main to Oil v70Payi House for Ask 8005 St payroll i8 4Q Supplies furnished for prisoners 75 Extra Police 4 0 Serving notices 5O Amount of tax credited on river Tyford 02 00 Farmers Merchants Bank Coal note duo July JJG 1902 100 00 S JXLuteu Recording deed train J W Mayas to city 1 i5 Report of ug1D02GenTo hal per July report 31G 40 To amt paid in by H Gs Helm 101 84 To amt paid in by Tom Dillon jr SGI 31 1312 55 1 By checks paid in August 704 0 Bid to prwiij thisacct ij4S 18- OttyHnll Aoot To hal per July report 29 76- ToSamt paid in by H C Holm 25 11 57 8G By G mo interest paid on 13 bonds 39 00 Hal to credit this act 18 SO Water and Light Bond account To bal per July report 735 83 To amount paid iu by Toni Dil Ion Jr 4151 00 Bal to credit this account 1148 81 VoC JOHNSON C1 Report of Oily Marshal for Aug 1902 Taxes collected during Aug S12T7 33 I hold Treasurers receipt for same TOM DILLON Jr C M Tho fflregolng reports were received ordered spread upon the records pub+ lished and filed A contract between the City anti tin I Ellison Mercantile Company for tho rent of the East storo room of the City Hall building for the term of four yearn at a rental of 200 per annum was pre sonted and approved by the councilor dered filed II Turf city purchased a now Dynamo I with nil attachments complete I rhelII ConuelladjournedH 0 o CORRECT BROTHER The state fair is another graft thst Was put through the last legislatiirg underthe gulso oralgreat boiiett- hin farmer Tho State trcamrj Will bodrawH upon for J5000 au8wlly ftprizes uearly all of wlJich will go toaI few fancy breeders cpaflned is OM section of the State If all the eoa teeipJated schemes grafts cotinn aleas and thing bad been gotten thnwfh the last kgfekture the fate wtlW kave heed in the hands of a conacwiieefe ring and a tell dollar tax rate oelad have been laaaifeifBt to Uiiiry lterIw+tgtiga 1oi iDenaocr tr j Parties t3erir M Makaaa Ny fi Meat Yflk1 ply avowstrhtehli- oN r taxatiottRll w tterf 11T DAVIS i 5 f r MJ E n U i Z 1W rJ Hi1 SI + f1I +HoI5tttlJIIIIt i Building- S 1 t i 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM jrz BEII ShinglerI Lime and Cementa v Builders Hnrdareii + I If ESTIMATKS 21 CIIKEKFULLY 0FURNISMEII tNx FELD STUFFS t1 HayOnv Corn Bran etc tof i + iiLP W S ElliSON I fa+ W f4444444444 f+ tUIIEAF LUTES TO TEXAS On the first and third TusdaofJIeach month the Cotton Belt will MI1 ArJuutllltLOUlsaunp tory at one fare j1us 2QO for the roaia trip Tickets will bo limited to tkrte weeks for return and will allow stop oven on the going trip For full par ticulars and for handsome illustrated nauipicts Homes in tho Southwwt and Through Texas with a Cawem write to W O Dealer Dist Pass Agt 807 Main Street Memphis TenncMwe THE BLIND CHRISTIAN These lines lIre affectionately dedl cated to Mrs Mat tie McGehec of Bows Huff Green Ky whoso kindly oncos = f aged their publication Wo wondered where the melody camei t from f That ovo of Childrens Day As ho stood at the railing singing 4 In his sweet and magicaiVay Sightless eyes turned to heaven As though he Raw God tlyjro Aud tears they came unbidden X To my eyes wnile staiMling where heavenIro lending sight again firyr And at our lot complain AVhilo he the royal Christian Never prayeth or singeth In vain Fqrie with all faffhin hi Master lllsnaalpThusoge 1111 Thought blind has naught to fear rWith wXHidcrfal Baagicalmnsic Ever feeling that God is near hOb that face witk itg halo of glory 1 i Oh that yqlee so calm and clear J i y lessppOf 1jO IL LTENVOI gIl r nciJJIUentJa heart alJttM1io1- aOae loyal CfcriMwii 1 more tleut than oncc Onuttot OH tartlt be Tonod v xrtAB tzr ldtlxa l r JIJDfiE WALKER INJURED Jhe auy arielidii of JUdp B 8 + Wxlkr vrill regret to krn ttart ha iNM mriooriy ittjvrMi Monday erfiMinR yi ie- JkkWkl Jmit t likes beeftka lt tvajKrr MM H4 ITM doiga IMttY J r 5- i iB 53t r H L 17SS 1ti 11