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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I 4 hc I fiIii p t r t 4 i tt fC x y V co VA c f i Sf I I it + t I i I M Z 1 Y 5- i COURIERi1 1 t j j y t fe I I KENTUCKYr= t = 2 I i I i 4 Ir + a3t + I NOE T6 xxLi jfY r I 1 tt JmlIL ll- f 3 4 I N t a I sp sml 3 r 3i i II A at as s 3 i 4 4ii iiii- r iiI I i iii iii i 3 II I 7 STIEt THEY GOME t t Hickman to Have a Saw Mill the Equal of Any Mill in the United StatesCutting Capac ityOneHundredThous c and Feet of Lumber i per DayWill Employ as 150 MenLarge Tow i boat and Many Barges xto nectioor be wrated u rke ebnfaict has been awarded tQI the Adams JJttl C ipapy of Chicago to C er Tit lB tkiBcity for the Me gel Box oo of XoHiSTuIe a saw milling plant ecpi iiB capacity mud in pointof mod ara machinery aipwout to any Jilnnuv l rnl kind IB the United States Tb mill will have a daily hutting ca paeityef 100000 feet of lumber will errti yrtlstock ready for market of- zsoo0o0 oftetof lumber and will give empk mjent to i5L enJThe new plant 6t the Mongol Box Co will lie erected on tho river front land wfe itiy purchased by the Company located about onethird of a milo from F the tvefectbry 1he tans exhibited to a Courier ree6ntative shows the SChdcharaet tteWti istractwre to erected The J aittiitiou will be of crashed stone an cMeHt eiUndiog front a deep excavu tioatd K d stajk e of two feet from thaground la the state Kndmeutwilljl beplac d at regaeat1atcryils the best obtaumbld wluto oak ltaig The pil tag will he foarten feefltigh f lh- grguad I iirtwelee from is fosslitlon sad eailh ieUie milll proper dill r tITke sehdifcy of coutitrnction 19 act eisr tated by the heavy raachiny1 with f wkitik the will will be equipped hWJJ of which c nbegrrtaped from the lac- tyattheeugiaewill t bee 900 horsopow er drivingcaprcity and the boiler 500 Boiseper r TIt secoHil story or will proper will bVtwelve feet in heigth 1 Mr CO Meflgel Pres of the r1CoaudiPHVdqmsof the jyUlfCp 5e ar3mCC i tlielty Salnrduy msktn a te jH e warjr arrangements rotating I lo tire cat MrHcUcm of the plant Tho 1 jwiiiclpalbusiness of the latter WAS to ascertain from Generaltlauage C L Walker local prices on Portland cement crushed stone pilingJ stud otHer material to bended in erecting the mill which will necessarily b pnrchitdiii the locall market Heals- tnuk arrangements for tho boarding of twenty live plumbers mechanics and machinists who willi work heredUriugits construction One has to realize the fact that 1000000 feet of lumber means 1000 carloads and that 100000 feet4 the daily capacity of the mill means ID car loans a day to grasp the magnitude e hisuew enterpris- eAlargetawhoatwill be built and a nHinberdf barges erected to tow to the plant th huge quantity of logs wbic i itwill usesC L Walker will visa Cairo thM week to secure iutoriuation data Jk relative ta the building of same Memphis made a Strong bid tor this plant lint the superior advantages of lljcxiium overweighed and won from ournetghborisg Southern City I In thegof this mill anoth sane stone hag been marked in Hick iHHiw splendid industrial progress Mr Mwigfti stated whilst here th the v aepring plant heretoforedescribe 0 1H these columns will also be positively builtan the near future t 0 IH apeftkikg oTa pnj3 s faults Pray dOll t forget yo r own R mher those with booses of glass Sheald seldom throw a stone a JIf we have nothing else to do Buttalkofthoee who sin j Citibett we commence at house An4tfrom thai point begin a Welarreno rieut to jmdge a man- Uatilhe is fairly tried J Should we not like His company t We know the world k wide Sowa way have faults aud who bN net f The old as well ae young Pertap wAwar for o gkt we know i Hatt ftry to their oae- imi sell you bf a Tbetter plak YofU Mud it works full well otryyof 81fn d feete to care BoTore you others toll is AiMl ihovclt Isometiwes hope to be 1foW4irM thaw aoqi I know t Vyowa inplMdlDlet rJlelevlof otkers go TMeilettiaiiill wlien we edmtMouc Teairtto er friead oc Joe Think ofthe karat sae word may de r To takes wo little know Rewtemiter OMM Mwotimeg like Ot oMokeaaoat at koine- Dont ay OBk oT ethers faidtewntlI- Vtowhw 8WK y SEVENTH REGIMENT REUNION LOCAL CONFEDERATES PREPAR ING FOR A lUG rIMEarlOCTOBER 2acThe committee hi chaage of the- Y of reunionof the 7th regiment ot onfederatetveterans have selected October 2 aa the date and Fulton his the plaeeot reunion The regiIdei ment is made up of campS in Hickmao Fulton Clinton Bard llVicklitrelingo and Iur- It In J The program committee consists rf J A Collins W P Volen V ill Crops and Dr 11cKeento neJof the day and the visiting veterans assemble at Collins Halls where they willeI welcomed hyIn the committee off arrangements whenl they will march to Carrs Park where His Honor Mayor I Fall will make a speech of welcome ofsad M the city ao tlassembled boyH in ji irII tembcr 20 tnidsi city lias extelided an invitation to ll Confederate veterans to be present The Daughters of Confederacy reet freshments aHa are making a are raendouk effiitto complete au arc 4ft jM for t1 e ceHMHery vliich will t presented uJ the JonifithJrate veterans of Hickman J3 raves Ky and Oljibirm VwSkly counties TenuuyThe iqceition speech ot Mayur Jallwill be responded to by Henry Gee rge of Vmgp Capt H 4 f1 Ii fjn4 l Hale of Mayfield and Col Yminifi Uprhave partly promised to be present H wards of 2000 visitor rarc ex pectedi Fultou L ITocrII rers lates the experience of a man in that town who bought a I encil lby the mailorder planBen Rogers sent to Wash thattwould write red white or blue with the sumo lead He received it a few clays ago Itt was a triangularshaped pen ell three colors being paint ed on the outside The di rections said To write red take the pencil and write ieris wanted write blue if white is wanted write w prizedS that pencil highly and says the inventor is the smartest man he ever ruii up againstx and that he has met many I soohers in the sixtyfive years that he has lived FALL FOSTER The above firm is located at Fulton off handlinglands on Mississippiyl TheyhaveaHunters throughout tho above states 110 acres of woodland in Alabama for 480 only y per acre SCO acres on lit- Ho Red River Ark 100 acres clear rich aBdi e42OOQ buys it This f will make 1500 in cotton this year 9606 acres in C miles of Fulton 15Q acres clear and iOO deadened fine to b c eoM3igrMe and wheat d per acre takes it 102 acres level rich small ere ic land 50 acres clear 6 miles of Felon focJ600 Easy term- saayoftkla on C Other farms trom 15 fIo1 pKsore Just be so kind as tor write ffr o rl1it and it will come o firitammiitil FALL FOSTER 4tY Tall icy iY tf o RAISED BILLS INPKMAN a- i 1 The Federal authorities of the states between a sweat and a shiver on count of tho nnmerdus instances of raised bills reported from various part the state At HopkiusvUle a feat weeks ago a Tennessee sheriff was caps tured with some of the raised bills in posscsHion after having passed atj ast two Ho vas held for triali1 or two ago several iif the bills wprn 0 found in circulation at Hickman other at Pudncafe andono at Bussellvilloi At Bowling Green bins were found the hoods of business moo and other innocent parties It lies not been so very long since one at least was passed tliiscify The faro ito raise seems be to make EtlonEofa 52 bill as arly every instance reportedabocved these amounts except rite local one which raised a ono to a ten The dcputy marshals are eagerly looking fir fUui who duos the York bufihey have1 been unable to catch him Ovvensborov y Inquirer b T1 1 t i t I I i When a man attends thoronghly toI his own business ho has no time to attend to other peoples Tho astrologista call attention to tbe fact that they warned the President of tho recent accident which befell him by predicting that ho washable to meet with one some time during the summer fall Sure enough did Itdoes not wrench the prophesying machine seri ously however to make this kind of active man who is fond of travel anti outdoor exercise of ties Now York Court of Appeals is said to be dead set agiiihst aq cepting the tion for Governor of N W York great mistake PerhaR t though he dbesH waat to be Governor ff t 11 metf c ttho engineering and oonstruc b the JKeelfoot levee is ono of 1 slrobeJicvcs that work on the iVc gith proper effort in the right di rccW nn the part of tho local people pH a yut through to completion prac tics J7ithGut cessation He says it is hory of levee construction that app rations are given by tho jjovern niot wlcomparatively small amounts bu tiia the govcrnniout takes cogni thejjmsrests of economy call fora cou inntof york where but small dal be tilled in as in the caso of they IQkUlanSlough Landing IoveD oIT Xf3trand has been in the govern mettrvlce engaged In levee work ear8o and his opinion is QiiUUcti tom weight s especially ae it comes rgigrfj with hope ITo te afc present walrl topographical survey of the leer a rJ In shore lines r a tt t i i t 1N it It r TOR e RIC liY I t or affairsi or ho a orlinnrilyDl 10kerDemocrfitianomina ast Li4tf LeIYe J undor19aa to SOOe VM CASSO t- The u h parents of two bright tend pro possessing not to say precocious chiI dren of thta city who have been wont to wonder at their progenys proCciency in ajJiument overheard a clincher nt thefeudbf a debate between tho twain thiOthcr evening that rather shocked Uieni The tots one a bes and the other aJitUe girlhad been debating the re tative fame and ability of their respeot lye s Vhclthe former suid Ha look tit Geo Washington Never heard of ndjFOman like him And Christopher Cbfnmbns He discovered America This statement appeared not to admit either of refutation or argument for a timo but finally the little onoinskirts probably with jntnitive clinging tb her seaspenebant for tho last word rather tkin perceiving the full force of her rewarlfj burst out with Huh w discovered Columbus That sett- tl e argument and the youngsters were paltaiPed11 0uer0uble about pbstacles is that ittwiy airs always in the way j 1 Y- t t af A j toTRUSTISSUE AN ADDRESS cept Advantages of th o Pewee the Valley BuildingReady For ApplicationsTO The Board of Trustees of the Coufed erate Home has issued the following adap dres3foTo tho Kentucky COnfedorato Vetno crnns and their Friends On tho 27th a of March 1902 the Legislature of Kentucky owe passed an act to create a Ken tucky Confsdorate home and the un deri ned were appointed Gov deDecklntnl exAtt Kentucky division of tho United Con federate Veterans to raise the necessary funds to ecoure a building and grounds for such a homo and this committee sebe cured pledges to tho amount of about pie 11000 nud Capt D G Parr a conrad orate sympathisor of Louisville cavo as for such a purpose a house end lot worth at least 84500I The undersigned advertised for pro posals for the location offcthohdme and after examining all the oligiblo sudsi j proposed accepted tho offer of the Villa Ridge Inn at PoWoe Valley Old ham county Kyr owned bj Prof A M Gordon an cxconfcdmat as this most desirable undor rjl circumstances agreeing for this property to convey to Mr Gordon the Par honso and lot in the j LouisviHe and pay 8000 in c hmTHE MOCSB AKD ITS VUPXS111flDSto This inn is a magnificent structnro convenient imposing and beautiful It is on the Louisville S Nashville rail rOlufnl alsd reached by an electric suburban line which operates cars from Lonisvillo to Pewp Valley every half ihour Tho building afrgnUorrli feet nlisToconsaf whiph sovqntyone ate tur nished and with tho exception pfljuen tho house Is raifdy for pCouphm Biery room la oarpeted Jias a double 1 1jd with spriug mattresses a washstand china and four chairs It Jar steam bent and gas throughout six of large tiistorns and deep iticxbauatablo wl nil cQupecslw strain P u1ps iu irt l larr i rr1rr rts the building w which the fnmatesWay exercise on rainy days and will glvtf a walk u mile in length Tho famishing is not only yonirorrablt but subsoil tially luxurious Th1 lathe will accoTx modiito nOw rft least liJS veterans and give them every possible CQtivdm6uce- Wrrtf IT WtSSBUWTED The oilowing reasons indnccdil the locution at Poweo Valley i r ocquIa hard one tQJ tho Confederate veteran ThuGome now delayed until Inuiyc nine years after tho war is uooded and needed at once i Second Tho call for space will not A only bo urgent hue largo Maryland furnisb dless that onethird the soldiers tnat Kentucky sent to tho Confederacy but her home has over one hundred dtrip inmates Missouri with not nearly so many men in the armies of tho South has 210 inmates in her home and Ken tucky may reasonablo expect from 100 to laO inmates No other building offered would accommodate twenty five veterans They were unfurnished but this building will care for 125 inmates and is practically furnished Third A central location was de sirable which could be easily reached from all parts of the State Thousands of friends and admirers will visit th home if it is easily accessible In this respect Pewee Valley surpassed all other I suggested places Fourth Te construct a homo ol the same capacity anywhere else to say nothing of furufehiup would require an outlay of at lleast 40000 The tras tens did not believe so largo n su could be raised within too years and itII then used would not approach this building in either convenience beauty ifif iiftbThe universal desire was to 1open a Confederate Home at once Nowhere else could it be opened within I twelve months and such delay now ws 15If 1 I If I deemed unwise as well as unjust Sixth Thisprppcrty cost farzilsh i I i at least 575000 and the eXtent 5f itsi accommodations could not now lie ha t at a less price When once a homo 1 J opened it must bo prepared to receive all who can properly claim its benefits The Confederates inKentucky are not cahlumates1hc1egtslttbveactdiJi bo pnrchased by the Confederates rj their friends to be free of liens and urnilhedi Scj ast0 uccoiniuodatotwent fiveitiinateS Tketriasteeawitk 1 + P is 4r t JJ i v r jc 515000 in hand could not meet these R demands with any other property cxJt + that at Pewee It was therefore I necessary to purchase taw or 1 taopening of the tome for at least OJ anotheryear j- SeventhThis building leas a diamg om and infirmary parlors a piano office safe ranges laundry necessary bathrooms and water closets and all pliances for every possilJlQ demaad r the next five years It gives oar ble heroes not only acomfortablebnt r luxurious home This their comrade tnem and here it was obtained jhomobt and with all appliances tile most acting could require for the indigent d invalid soldiers iI BELIEVE IT WILL BE SAT1SPACTCKT We believe that in thus opening the now without debt and with am accommodations for all reasonable I applicntons with a building fitted so to give immediately all luxuries andy comforts and readily accessible from all parts of the State wq have met all the 0 reasonable expectations of all the Con federates iu Kentucky and have secured- a homo which will excite pride and fat isfaction in every heart There were somo objections to this o major Qitpbeet loV cation in view of the demands ud con ditioiis surrounding the enterprise sad minority cheerfully and promptly ade the vote unanimous In order to pay for the property andj put tho home into Immediate opera tion wo urgently request all camps or individuals who have made SHbScripi lions to this noblo cause to transmit s FlyettoHewittrankfort Ky and we also ask all Con federates and sympathizers who have giren aid to thi splendid and phil anthropic cause to send forward such sums us they may wishto give for the help of this snperb work It payments promptly made we thiuk tho Some can TJO opened by NoyoiuSer 1 tOO The board has selected as the first tom mandant of the home Copt S H Ford Owcusboro whOso career as a soldier whoso example asa Uhristaanand ltosi nt3 to Jrimiiltff yw yl fiptfi r oxnlted place toselected LelandHathaway J 11 Bozarth AL HornediiI hl1n Dw Terry Ed Mattinglyi BlantonLjfc E W Lyon H iL Ewingia W O Coleman C B A Browderi r FayetteHcVltt 1 R E Duncan H P McDonaldr 1 Bennett H YOUBR Certain Care far Dysentery earl Diarrhoea partyhatsays FL Taylor of New Albany Bradford County PaHI was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Laceyvilie Meeeea Her suggested that I take A dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle and took two doses oae before starting and one on the route I Glade the tnp successfully tad never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almc completely run down with etas attacK of dysentery Ibought a bottle of this same remedy and this time ooe byeCowgill R Cowfill THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Hot how ch3ap but how good fe tJaeJquestion The TWICEAWEEK REPbLIOris not as cheap as itis possible to sell ar firstclass newspaper It prinU aU tire JOIIInyear you posted on all the important and ietr= esting affairs of the world It w rite ii tHt1IrIrmoney and Drains can produce tied those should bo the dtetineuiebiBff traits pf tho newspaper that id qeftfaeil to be read by all tae abera of tte family Subscription price 1 a year ART newsdealer Newspaper or po tpiiMtir wilt receiye veer sii3bgeriptioner qoa r RiPUBLIOcdl+ SiT KATES TO TEXAS tCIIEAP and third Twwda of oath month the Cotton Belt wilt sell round trip tickets to Texas ArkojMM Ijouisana Oklahoma and ladku Tenri roupdotrip W weeks rOt return and will lkwr Mop veil on the going trip For Jail caltira and for JtnuxtaHue illMOnftad pamptetr u iIlt1M wMr and tTlinmfli jr xM with ti Oamm i 4iTt i i 9 if ditq tf II r e Pi 11 y iifIJF r r a X C IA lJft t i 1 Ift i t t i L r t o 1i t + J I 3fn d 1 t t z t r 1f Wo h t A it to 4l r 1 1 t r 1J T t j fI ih rW cd l It ijj v s t Ji jhir J j v tI d N J JI r 1 Z J it x t lti jtt i v J cc t h i 0 t M yr iJ- rliftrti i i 1 I q J- a f I Iftf 1 t y yii j f r J- f rta drtt taa j J 1 k I R il j trfi 44C r 11si tt sH i I 0 r sic J j 11 iit itf Ii 7t tj 1 j 1 k t3R 4fJ t f4 f J1pe f y a j 1i i 5I 1 I 1Il I i 1 l t ii t t i l F 1 r 1r rk5 10 t rr rF J i t l A h0t h0t I tf e iI 11 ii Ifn Ifr f I tto toa 4 r r 1 tith lr t t t t- Or tr i I 1 I d- O i 1 4eJi if i If iot i1- iil IIt J L t I it tri 3 I J A f 1- LL ttt- I r T t t Ifi i s xt1 f Oilrel I 0 f f jj THE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor iF iagMa KY SEPT 12 1902 Special Editionrig4The Courier never likes to ma cuse or apologies but we are force ato do so now because of vexation delay in the publication of our Special Edition the delay being caused by the inability engravingsti ready can be no mistake as the pUblicatin now fixed for on or be fore Sept 19th The extraordinary cost of this edition also compels us to fix the price at 10 cents per copy The v copies subscribed for and regular su gcribers will bo supplied first Others who leaieei tor same The man object is for the edition to be circulated abroad tffiT- HE MAINE ELECTION t The gubernatorial election and con gressioual elections were held in Maine Monday As usual and as was to bo ventfabent 1 for Governor Kent or in other words strongly Republi Simpsonthe of scut a congratulatory message to the Preside r indors68i no un certain VoIce we fail to seo how the returns justify the assertion For governor figures from 240 cities and towns give Hill Republican 40 C62 Gould Democrat 24587 Tho same towns two years ago gave Hill j Republican 47431 Lord Democrat I 27754 PatshowsandDemocratica net publican loss I relatiVAcountry at theIcoming congressional elections I tundoubtedlyt ass late the Democratic column All the Republicant areteelccted i even antitrust Littlefieldneon floppingby redu theAssociaPressfed f 1aswill have an uncommon number of Democratic members some of the strongest Repub 0hcauJ electing repro iti party1Ve result wherein the strenuous Teddy in the Republican party are indorsed withno uncertain voice V ADVERTISING NECESSITY MERCHANTS REALIZE ITS IM PORTANCE MORE AND MORE EVERY DAY 1 I J becomingmore theGrl1l1d retail ing the fact that move in vested in good newspaper f J advertising pays a mosthan d some rate of interest figur ing upon the increased busi ness received I11e1Challtthathas reading these advertisements convincedlthewhose appearscertaineagerlywatched wife to take advantage of special bargains etc offered as an inducement to bring the prospective purchases to his particular store Of so great importance has nrJoamnnilger bwheone of Chicano s largest stores i in a reportedsi interview published in on V attJournals7 1ntel partwriti importance fin advertising become tha should the volume of OuraU m1 business or other causes lnkelt necessary to eCon themizeifc t nobe exa billssaljf anything OUr expense iin this direction would be in creased write cominraccessr muC firmthats has dolagss raust ition have studied the adver istising problem and traced 9 results until satisfied that newspaper advertising is flUAabsolute necessity to ucceG an i fully conduct a business ode it r Courier I The Persimmon as a Fruit Mcehaus Weekly Why is it the persimmon is nott more highly regarded as a fruit True it is difficult to get it at jnstl ht stage to avoid the puck ITbut wellripened and frosted sfruit most persons would surely consider delicious and wortha little trouble to produce Possi toy it is htcunse the ripe fruit iiiu difficult to handle Vlat is known as the Japanese persimmon is more encouraging to thou rebspect to the size of the fruit being1 ifully twice as large But itwilli not thrive further north than Phil adelphia and even there it is uncertain t The flavor is H little less sweet but with less puckerIOf late attention has been given f rr- to t the improvement of our nathQti persimmon and it has ben at tended by more or less success Some are almost or entirely seed1 less andabsence of must of the puckering is noticeable ntSAID ABOUT AD VER IUSINGl If the business is right the right I sort advertising will help it Prices are the factors that clinchI the advertising argument IHstinctive keeping ience is one of the things diRS pense Costly advertising that bringsf cheapestthe in The people who do not read advertising jRj LakeCitybothertlcindigestion for 21 i tliefHerbineOnenow tapering on the second I have recommended 550c St Louis best turdNo 11ne Fin into SELLING means ment Years back n men stuck signs in theR just they stick countryemeant acting But the has Tha moresattentionhetHe must tell about his store and his Stores stock He must let customer know the detail what for lIe must fulfill the functions of a clerk and about the goods he wants sell just bright Hnhe tell talks be the point because talck H HORSE FOR SALE work wagonSwant to winter him aofoffice atJJ BIG SENSATION f cN u1stSHalthsrAN it St Lotus Mo S J John K Murrell fa fugi five boodler return vol St Louil Friday toqircuit1 l ellyouHis presence 1iercvs kept a secret until the JJour dedapdi1urrellof a hillfe5S1011 C 1 pidBentSTout yereindictedr anddeputies tJfthem 1 hafledeachUThe EdEiLJ1 I hnlJesIi1 1 1riftI b hLQJllsDeckr adoraHItllit1 f OttoScnunncter dan Charles J Denny flag Tamblyn now a resij dent of CevIandlrJHannigan Emile IJiTrtman All exits from the city are guarded making escape and all will likely1 be in jail before midnight A Parsons Noble Act I want all the world to k writes Rev C J Budlong of powGooy n L what a reliableBitters e and troubles that lytA caused me gi u 6ineracethingtaau arcthojvomlerfnl work in Liver Kidney ctroublesOnlyenntuarnntCotrgillIor H Jvr tL LEI+ 1f9 J to NEW MILLINERY of theoeHaving secured one of the best hat trimmer in We will be youtr the t conlClete ever sl tivn r Hickman O j for Opening day a 4 BALTIER DODDSsel if ARGUMENT Advertising selling newspapers as advertising attention broadened it to test is to as a e lots to His to dear Kaufman t untarily to a I J possible Ash Wait OUT HUNTING 1 IF State VThomasthoNashLouailwayand Chancellor onTulr m d of enderutaalabilt University and others of Nash voltrtoswhicdoves They were jqiued hero spelMWnbardport and killed a great many blrds AMERIANWEI for A new support to the then ry of overcrowding in cifies words MrOConnor Chasv a IwYork economist Who caVis attention to the fact over onetenth of those who die in New York City Area T buried in the potterVfieloY pared Most of these are old of vefy is cratiyoungoverlast year were babies=but come when deathnl Y seems establIshed that i knowetStirib thatof icity ue orE do nled t9 t l poYertif 1 nt finds exprQsHgn itide iIPaulrlalj ltt CIRCUIT COURT nEWS fhIJsecOI1ltoek CtrOnitsinceTuesdaybusiness disposed of SBSTRNCBD TO P r- Lidh Wfumo playing craps given 3 rears Ueo Arnn and Jim Pate for horse stealing 4 years each Andrew Evans grand larceury 1 ywirSoup Williams now in penitentiary redmoticn to dismiss formor verdict over sled nail ordered rOb a to jnili for new trial InGoo VlustoB l 2UyearsHngli Scott hoiwo earsReeelarcenry 1 year Tom Atkius counterfeitiiifj 2 pears Gowtt counterfeiting 7 years COSTINLBD Com VS K M Potts hkil itlingVMKIUUUUWillcontinued PINKS Lon RoborUcn for disturbing a pie me lined S20 Maud Livi S1JOOlU1gotllcn Chester IJaliow rnnniutrt a horse on highway tined 2C Richard Erorott deadly weapon fined 520 DtsatlSEI Val Oarpontfr grand larceny dis missnd Sol Black charged with poisoning a IVomltn tho inilLVniCTMBXTS FOUND Tire Grand Jury returned 31 indictments and was discharged on Wedues day rue Nnwas continued nivoncBu Domerottn Long vs J W Long AlimonySarahapior divor granted Bearefield vs Mattte Beareiield divorce grouted Com vs Barclay procuring a false marriage continued CromrJones affirming Al qisjon of lower V v t SET FOR SATURn Herman Yates crapsj B O Reeds polieyfilewaStandoilde The case of R L Lockart vs Mrs Ii seeking jo recover possession land in the upper bottom in which rightlirsl3ugtat of ty Judge Robbins reversed the finding of lower court Sold into Servitude Louisville Ky Sept o = sNotw1 hyville Ky says Fisher Mif i liou a negro who was indicted iin l 1901 tor vagrancy and who hasSI SIuClELawrencehurgi before Judge Davis in thel county court The jury return verdict of guilty and fixed Ii punishment at being sold into e for a period of penaltywill soldm veHe servitude by Sheriff BriggsITcrre a purchaser can be found ing The officials hardly know wl aptoKENTUCKY INSCRIPTIONwI Carl onI the inscriPtiKentuclmeant Park which President Roose tion ordered copied last Sunday and to labyter by Gov O Bradley It formed part of t legislutdare alsrecommend1Ogthe fallen soldinrs of both sides bo circle wittnegro While it may not be said in of the old political yesMaine julastpqrtheIeSSetccelltall learn partyachievement The total cast will shotrItI great Democratic gain when comne with the preceding election itthll stated by tho Chairman of the Demo peter State Committee road Raised Frem the head DUrsaysuud I tang nonral I didaad I got a bottle of rravragrmo led before had JadhOttletruth too 2k 50c and 1 at L WS ElUOlli iR r r FactsircFacts kill 1lld the frets fire that hundreds of people who have cashUrocerybytheirme WE3 TEE1VJ IvcELqEYThat youmakeThis is nqtWow or mere talk but the real t anynUlllberofif I havnt sold them more for ti dollar than credit houses Ca yourncashmoney to credit houses at credit prices to enable them othersThisl fnYoritesbut fortheyouroneyTstPrices0 3 Also I am d ent for the cePAINTS 4 Not the cheapest in price but the best and most dur able paint made Guaranteed by Simmons 0 Haraarot Company I fittiLouiS = = gilo i Q TIIRftKEIDoil 1 Zet 1ZJte JrtZCt y BRYAN LOOKS TO 1904 0h ago Record IIotaldl nomiAnoted for the Presidency again in 1904 ithstanding all the talk that he publicly most intimate friends here expect him in tho race two yeah houce B Hill Tout Johnson Arthur Goruiau and others who are rook tagoready to administernpon Mr Bryaus wedakd Hejsmay Bryan himself thinks it is an o penNo doubtsLMathow Alexander au alleged negro erer was saved from lynching at Haute Ind only by officers f I back a mob with drawn revolvers Inditat1 Mrs Joseph Leslie jealous of D- ton I attacked her with a buggy in the streets of Blnomiugton 1Carlton11- I There seems to be a general teenw of business by the volcanoes world over Has Vulcan effected a mediterranean forge combine after tho- order of tho Steel Trust couheho discreet He Ins now swung the in to sections o the countryU bout once getting on the grass rf disfranchisement hetme Typhoid fcyerto prevailingi in tho Creole neighborhood cud ofIons of this county tiret to ystt is now reported that David B Hill tasted intoxicating liquor it will be s idorhim fastpeahooked watermelons or drew caricatures of the schoolmaster The the to the Presidency is indeed a hard oneAndrew Sells of Seawr Ark is vis friends in Hickma S fro beenBalat fMissformerly with L D Sinanous twJkCott The earlyages1 hahaditwhen they saw snakes from 70 to 250 feet andy m an ygwithlegs and wings toN C ST L R R SCHEDULE LEAVE HICKMAN 8 Leaves 150 p m No 91 Leaves I 7O p m No G5 Leaves 700 nDl mayARRIVENo 4 Arrives 140 p m92 Arrivesi0 a m No CJ Arrives mIMiss OrlenrmWllsou after a pleasant sit m Union hOUleeMrs Clara Johns of Corinth Misswho has been visiting her mother MrS Dr Ontfeu returned ycsterdoilya1 Lifp I was treated for three years b Jtooddoctors 1 writes W A Qreor McConnellsnlle 0or Plies and pjstuabut when all failed Bucklena ArnicaSalpe cured mein Cupres EruptJons Salt ores PReCowgills drug store Judge Robbins al1thebusinessadjourned thert aIInumber of lawyers occapied the even m hunting in the upper bottom flIE1l1Il1S MOJCNJNU ife +l After several vexations delays and Mempl1isforningNowsobstacles and innow newspaperItscovers MCR1pktgand special MemSaiotSrrit4 sectionts nextTho4telnplita service JS Superb Weekly News will an Vedltiidartherc sj sample eopier ofdaily and Weekly fINE PARX FOR SALE The Abe taimlet adjoining Cbt1tSprings CcxltAinieg 14 acre d aeteazwred2ood ilwelling hoest floodel9tete2 2 wells and nr Mt rxt p1Keeisin TwiiMi Hri oakrind balaae it4i o and tbtMYMrs Apply A VUX ty S15 1 ti t d rt ortaT i I oJiji f c Y I tyr xi t p a- a 4r v t rl r- R V tzt tzI tzF t t I 4 s r w I li 1 1Yth L r yr 4- a t 4 r 4 t 1 Jh I fT r X Jr= 1 q J t 3 i 1L 1j j 1 e isY rfirty t 4I I F 1t c 1- ii ik v f IrF 4- E f 1i I 1 il fr- 1- sr l t i i II Sa 77i = = rJ J FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OliitQ ettset SiQk e T j Absolute Safety is the Basis o Thai we offer to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importance I fjjjywiithis Guarantee tve solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashierk Hi BIIOHANAN President jDIREOTORS JO HOXnURAXT JL iJSUCIIANAX J A THOMPSON J C UHEEK U M ISLER J11 ALEXANDER U B THUELKEL1 rI I III CLOSING OUT SALE fJ I have decided to close out my entire stock of Dry Goods Notions Shoes and Slippers Huts and Pants Trunks and traveling bags at and = BELOW COST J I Lr D1SIMM0NSCORNER BUCNA ar I 94HTOKMAN WAGON P HANDFA rrURERN OF THE CELEBRATED eEKA WA OmS i Texas RatesFe Lowered t Round trip tickets to points in Texas Arkansas Louisiana Indian Territory and Oklahoma will be sold by the Cotton Belt on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at a about half of the usual rates Three weeks return limit tStolovers allowed on going trip Tell H where you want to go aad we will ten you the exact tripff4 read you our baodsotba JHsstratea beokleta lloises In the+ a BmtawMt sad Tbropgfc Texas WJUl a Camera fc ADAHI Tray Pass Agt J H JONES Ticket Agent Central Union Station Cairo Iii S W LaBEAUME Gen PasaA Ticket Agent St Louis Mo1 LOW RATES TO TEXASv IJJ7VJaSI VWJJLaWWVVIw 1 v + I1INTERCHANGEABLE 1000 MItE TICKET Are now being sold by tho Nashville Chattanooga S St Louis Railway good pm Railway and Strainer Lines in the Southeast comprising more than 13000 miles Kate 12500 Limit one year Ifyou expect to doa y traveling With iu the next twelve 1i1OBtb buy one of titsee tickets Youwill save money They are on sale at principal ticket pffioM Where they are not ba sale tkey may be ordered from General c pflta tfcrouglt picket Agent I Wl L ANLEY General Passenger Agent Tennili l 7- 1GQlIa L JOHN RINGWOOD II UrUfctf i M luc1iI Ra pi all kind of Groceries and I lily Supplies- BOTTBRJKX343 i OHIOKBNS A SPECIALTY GoodrIa1f vexed Free ij rg0eplioeel e sII I I i Ir 4 7tJV JV Y V T J ViF Creup Usually begins with the symptoms of a common cold there is chilliness sneezing sore throat hot stun quilpulse hoarseness and impeded tion Give frequent small doses of Hid lards Horehound Syrup the child will cry fork and at tho first sign of a croupy cough apply frequently Bal lards Snow Liniment externally to tho throat Oo at L P L W S Ellisons Forgets I d 2hat we have a full line of CHILL MEDICINES and COUGH CURES OOWJilldt Cowgill DRUGGISTS r Out this out and take it to Cowgill k Oowgills Drag Store aedget a box Oham berJlasstomaoklLtverTablet The beat physie Ttoy also correct till ordacs if the iteJMQk jfrio 9f osate l J 5T10VIS I WS1T OHyCAIRO 1 Zi trMERIDIAN HONTGOHttn jI 1W MOBILE JACKSOfMUE W NEW ORLEANS TIME OF TRAINS AT h ItUNIONf xNoNo 4 Leaves 12 40 a m No 12 Leaves weekdays mixed 130 p mv South Bound mlNo3No 15 Leaves wk day mxd 800 a m C S CLARKE Central Managtr ST LOrIS CMSHEPARD JNOMBEALL frcnl Paiir Arnt AuICen1I9ntAgent- JIoaILr ST LOC18 Fortune Payers A Texan Having distressing pains in head back and stomach and being without appetite I began to use Dr King s Whitheade n felt like a new man Infallible iin stomach and liver troubles Only at Cowgirl Cowgills drug store tINE FARM FOR SALE The Abe Underwood farm 3 miles from liickman adjoining Combs Springs containing 120 acres 05 acres cleared 2 good dwelling houses 2 good barns 2 cisterns 2 wells and several never failing springs the whole place in good condition Torms3rdcash and balance in onu two and to ApplyMug HOPES TO BE CAUGHT UP INTO HEAVEN MR BliRNES BELIEVES THE MIL LENNIUMI IS AT HAND MT PBLEB BEGINNING OP DESTRUCTION C Lexington Press Transcript i Roy George O Barnes preached the second of a series of sermons in this TempleMvrn in tinue these services to night and to manyiand of whom are tho warm friendsbMhoTtfolelLf diviue many come out of idle curiosity to hear wbat ho might say concerni the recently arisen so called proph Dr John Alexander Dowio land tho more recent city founded by him a called Zion I He began his sermon last night I saying that whatever views ho mightis have regarding thowork and the nil I sion of John Alexander Dowio he d not wish at that time to give his ref sons for believing that he was made Elijah hut ho wished simply to prove from lliID Scriptures that the seen nd coming of Christ way at hand and that a prophet whom the Scriptures called Elijah must come to prepare tho w for the Christ And his sermon for ti most part was along this line He called upon men to repent and walch and pray that they be not taken n bolicvthatthohopes to live to see tho dnyj in fact hopes never to die but to be amoug those elect who at tho coming of t rh0onChrist would be caught np into I Kingdom without death Ho spoke of the present generation as a wicked ono I and of all the vast commercial antI scientific advancements of the ago asiugodless not that they were in the selves evil but that men became engrossed in eating and drinking b ling and selling marrying and giving i marriage that they fought tied Ho thou pictured the destruction off the world by ire as prophesied in the Scriptures and said that the hell fires i would one day burst forth all over tl10j earth even as they had belched forth from the bowels of Mont Felee Ho closed nis sermon with a picture of Zion City the home of Dowie said it was the cleanest city on planet where a woman need not up her skirts in the streets to keep tin put of the filtha city ofaeven thous and souls where the watchword of each into do the right and where all begin tho day with prayer and live waiti whereprokhet thge his endeavor to make the crooked ways straight and prepare the way for the whtheone is Peace to oonand the rep i sponse Peace to you W multiplied r Mrs Carter H Harrison wift oC the Mayor of Chicago written a book of fairy tales It1 ofhas been known for some tiaie that title had some literary work in hand but site depr e te4any sU gfCflit pxsthAtalse ilBiSR thorU li fY1 f AWFUL PROSPECT IN WEST 1 1IIINDIES COXSUL AlMB FEARS HALF MIL- o i LIVES MAY BE LOST seriouslyalarmedrenewedtivity ac t volcanoes said Louis H Ayme Uni cd States isinleave ShouldI Mont Pelee olifeupon the production ofr a great tidal appaUingWitlia of island- extonus northwestwardi7 embracing a population of some 750000 persons Al mostwithout nndfl arositnatedalong the coastsI and but slightly elevated above the sea A tidal wave forty feet high would probably bfern Portolan There is also apparently grave dan ger that other long extinct volcanoes break ofGnadelaupebasries discharging a vast quantity of sul phurcharged steam from the old su mit crater This may have acted as a sort fcf reportsseeciare increasing m intensity this volcano and others seismicweaknesschain cmay PeleeSheabarthitnationTlleircommunicntioJlwithdepends chiefly on a sin le lino otsteamers callesdays to three weeks At sonlo of the islands whon freight of ers The whole fleet of this line wool not carry 3000 persons While PoPultier ofblackaandmanthousandchieflyCreolesare established in or onbusiness TfcftJaland tohepossible to persuade its people to remain there if they earl gettuvay Guadeloupe where my consulates situated is in even worsotpredicainent staggeringundeit cannot pag its cane plantations are bcil abandoned and its business men r0t1 lu IIolfleeingjpopplo of Martinique aud will have tjjse terrified and starving thous andS thrown s upon its already made quate resources WJwt immediate sources of relief Wflico i take itoald be dilllcu t t say butfprobably two or thrao of our war vessels with scientific observe disPatctetletg to ti spot ndTMhtj AY ANNEX HKlTLI GTIidI le questionof c annexation of tiw erisland of Haiti which lies directly lLtven Cuba and Porto Rico the Uaited Stales is beini seriouslyl considrcfl bour Government officials and it is far from improb Ioe n in thc near future trouble is con tinuous this con stant attention to the department is required to protect American interests there It is also said that ttlgre iis very little civilization the island the natives having I 1 tstateis said by some travelers the e r of human usmoolorcln v goinern ndnSl result Americansi and other foreigneis are robbed and otherwise mistreat ed It iis up to this Government to furnish protection andno European Power would dare attempt to take control of the occupiedtheDominItold tiemthis Government can make fvsora ble terms with the former rer- io in CfQ it should becomen ec ngtteery to seize Haiti in order to put an end to the anarchy which j snow said to exist and thus in J sure peace and quiet in the West J Idlesher c J CONFEDERATE REUNION TlwBeuuionof the Sevehth Kentucky 2 SoldiershAa will J take place in Futtoa on the first Thmrar Ay in October the second day of the c wmtli Ed Cropland Chapter of the tfD CTvill auT H the Memorial Areh1 Hlyv ato erecting fe tteBWMQfY ef con liweia1 tleras e Soldier that ore tOIIJ1J1 C JAPPEAL llTO THE PRESIDENT J Wilkesbarre Pa Th Public Alliance of this cityJ which has been endeavorin to bring about a settlementf of the coal strike in the iS metn of the anthracite region has sent the following appeal to President Roosevelt To the President of the United States ISince the inception of the barbarous and senseless5 struggle in the anthracite coal region we the non combatants who stand upon neutral ground have suffer IIrrc unfortunates The tide of battle ebbs and flows over and above us We have endured patiently We have petitioned humbly macmupon J P Morgans return But now after a struggle o four months duration a o pregressive business paralysis when it seemed to us thatj the time was propitious for a settlement of some kind if not as a matter of concession to public opinion yet as a plain square business pro hdasj met with his henchmen andl the edict has gone forth There will be no no arbitration no con ilia tion no mediation conc s sions The flight must go ono Representing the in terests and sentiment ofI rinertenths of our people weI appeal to you to use your influence to stay the jugger naut which crushes us EnI recertont oIn patriotiSlncourage we appeal from the king of the trust to thd presi ont of the people rPUBLIC ALLIAN M I Chalrmno NE COMING WINTER COAL BILLS The average citizen who lira been paying but small heed to the coalstrike during these months is b4d in that mighty struggle between labor and capital He s beginning to figure 0utfrom just how many dollars andJ cents this affair means to him and in the language of the campaign speaker lIe hasII come to the point where ti situation is one to be view ed with alarm Of course the habit of ea thrifty househ9lder is his coal bin sl5meti ale Statcoal tofeedltiscelltlrfurna his kitchen range and hiButopen mutes for all vineeAhHis August order to the re tail coal dealer is for from ten to twentyfive tons van y ing with the size of his lieu fifteen tons being an average intoa house of ten or twelve rooms tbcoal bin but heads of fanh girubatorder that means the add tion of 75 to 100 to their Thuempty al bins yawn men aC ingly to the man of moderate income He looks at the iril furnace now a useless dor mant thing but soon to become a voracious hungry monster demanding toll and homage ltnd he shivers with anticipated dread Feed the monster he must when Nae6tdr vember comes and lie xoGive prlootheBritish A the Boers his winter coal must be acquired Hat a oosfc that iiUftaggar huiniiiuty t Fi rL 5 i WOMEN AND iNSllHANCElI September Pilgriw eis Shop talk which it is the fashion regsome o the best anecdotes which get in to print Here are too which were interchanged by a brace of insurance men not pftheirInto the office of a fire insurance agent came an an cient spinster who owneda little house just on the put1 skirts of the town uIwant to insure my gnash said she Where is the house mad policydoVellnow I want to know some things first If I insure it for X900and pay burnsliassuredlyf lot of trouble trying to find out if it was set afire v L Naturally tIle agent admit ted that if itlooked like a case of arson the company would a investigate There II said the property Y owner indignantly eel told John there was some sort of catch about this insurance business and therewith de parted uninsured t1rYork City that the heroine of the other story found that fire insur= I- hopedfora big one for it was a fine edifice in the best part of the city was brought to her bY y her agent You had better give mea l Vjcheckv c said he AVhy how much is it A little over lQOVait a moment I will get the ex act amount Oh how tiresome cried the property owner tj Jm in such a hurry and besides 0- I my bank account is a little low Tell the company to itfromi when the house burns down THE ROSARY OF MY TEARSV I Father Ryan vAbram Joseph Ryan a notably gifted ecclesiastic was born in Norfolk Va in 1839 and dick in Lonisvillo Ky iIi v 1SSGL Ills parents came to this country Ireland not long before his birth Jo was educated for the priesthood in vMarylandjoined the Confederate array as chap lain often serving as a private inthe wareSome reckon their age bytye rs yButJ ofClrf t0And their lives by the sneer ottheir v heart C The diate of the earth may show yearsCemanytheytime is best measured by tears y not the l m vThatH And not the J onouri And not by the furrows tho xisreoi r 50care On forehead and face have made = x VNotf shade W J theefallof our tMMi For the young are pfttiaes old i redanh J While their blood beats Marcoj their Marts are cold j Oer them tke gpring bat wbiterii 05ethere s tied the old are ofttimee yoking s c When their hair w thin and white c 1 theyeAnd they laugh for their oroaa was light v Bat bead by bead I tell i itf J rFromThe Rowiry of j y Vwell ktrl 7 And theyre bleat yitka W wiJHflf itars AlX Aja day o atri fe v I centofsJeep 7f lfftThe itah S4oaetulo0m the billows of all file years Batnarer toe feats brisf IbMkJtd 00 x v Ait Igorufoitea idtr tlk i l I il 1 I 2 r b L + III 01ttS t 1 j ST ti Ftlt itjbjt 41 I1 t 1 t4tj r t tI It I t i J 0 A i Y I xt i 1 t 1 r r t A J- y ij 1 fj 1 E k i tc r S r at t J 1 nw + n y + 7 tpI 0 r J- I it f 4 40 1A t NI jtfJ 1 f fot 1f j t t i j- f Y j I 0 74 t1 Y4 ll- f 4 rr i 41M 41r n F llo 4 i tt 4+ I J r- a r w il It It S t Ht HV i Hi I I Jf 3i xir t I t a ft ItI 4 c ir 1r1 I JI I t f cl ct t 1- II f 4r J f t C 1 L t 7 t i IIA 1 f L4I i y r + 1 f iIIIIa J I1I I II f + x if t I Il 4 ac 1 I ll- I ltK- k I 0 It I I Ar- U jJr1 1 MURDER CHARGED + OLLIE FIELDS SWEARS OUT A 4 WARRANT h CHARGING SOL BLACK A NEGBO WITH vi j GiYiNQ HIS WIFE POJSOX WHICH fi 6HE DRANK AD DIED Li Falton Leader Our usual quiet community was sho Jed this morningthnt murder should be committed in our midstf and the tracks of the perpetrator of the deed so neatly covered that the murderer should walk about townta Ire man for several days after the victims remains had beer consigned to mother earth The case has been quietly work ed up by Marshals Roberson of this city and Walker of South Fulton and a large number of relia ble witnesses Intro been collected that makes the case look like aol sure one and this morning S JtlclQ a well known town negro was arrested by the Marshals in Tennessee and at first refused to cross the line into Kentucky A little shrewd diplomacy was used and the accused found himself in charge of the strong arm of the law of Kentucky before lie fairly knew ho had been hit Ollie Fields a young negro is his accuser The facts of the case arc as follows Last Monday El len Fields the young wife of 01 lie was at the depot with a sister whw was going to Trimble Tenn Blackl went up and handed her n small bottle from which she drank was suddenly taken ill and dUd in terrible agony next morn J1Ilra When she came from the toilet room where she toed gone to drink the liquor Black forcibly took the bottle away from her and threw it from the window There are sev craml important points in COHIUC tion with the case thatlook PS if another negro who is talklngquite freely hinda hand in the case Black was taken to Hicknmn where the grand jury will act on 1iis case The bodyof his wife will beexJiuuiedajEjd a post mor tem examination held at once Black is a burly vicious looking brute and while he has been very friendly with Fields and his wire there will be important testimony introduced tQ show his motive inr committing the foul deed DEMOCRATS SALVATION OF NE V 6ROE 1 14The Democratic party ann do more to solve the race problem in Willis country than anything else except the negro himself and if it isto be solved it will be done by theDemocratic party and the ne jrOi I believe that if some good mn in Congress like Mr Bailey of Texas or some good Democrat in Kentucky with intluence would go intc Congress and offer a Incas ure looking to the adjustment of all racial differences and would foster 1 tt the climax would be reached and peace and harmony would reign The negro must 1arn to support men andmeas ures and not give all his time to one particular party If a good man supporting a good measure he uIVote for that good man whether he be n Democrat or Republic n The above is from an address delivered by Bishop Clinton col ored before the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Con ference in Louisville last week Bishop Clinton was given an ovation at the close of his address Resolutions were passed indors ing the addresJ and ordering it printed in the conference minutes and in the official organ of tho church A Mejs WIlt Klde Fer Life Withlapily around expecting him toI die da BOD riding for life 18 miles to let Dr Kings New Diaooyery for Coaeum ptioo Covgbs and Colds W HBrowB of Leesville Ind endured deaths MoniM from asthma but thitl woatterful medicine gave instant relief aped HOI cared JaimHe writestBOW steep soaB4ly eyery tight Like + HMUT loH8 earN of Coosumption Pues noaU Broaohitte Coughs Ooldg an J Grip prove its tchle 6 merit for all1 Tkteatand troubles Guranteed bottlM Mte iHrtt fl Trial bottles free at OwfiH Jk store Ca b 4 2 A rdrMg f FORGED TWO NOTES MIKE TAYLOR THE VICTIM OF TWO SLIOK NEGROES Mr Mike Taylor the grocer was the victim of a forgery yester ay by two slick negroes Mr Taylor had requested Mr Dick Dalton to have two negroes grade his yard near the new Baptist church with the dirt that is being excavated for the erection of the churchand left orders for Mr Dnlton to send an order to him with the amount due the negroes after they had completed the work Two negroes were employ ed by Mr Dalton and they worked a hort while und quit They forged two notes on Mr Taylor signing Mr Dnltons name to each The first negro produced the or der to Mr Taylor for 1 70 which he promptly and unsuspectingly I paidfLater in the afternoon another I negro gave him an order for 240 This he also paid and after the 11eIgro had gone he read the thoroughly and saw that he hod been worked He immediately notified the officers who searched the town but were unable to find the guilty ones He arresteda suspect and took him before Mr Taylor who in his haste thought he was the right one rued proceed ed to draw his knife and would have carved the coon but he saw c his mistake Fulton Leader AUTHOR OP JIOOSIBU SOHOOLXrASTER DIES Madison Ind Sept 8Anrs sage was received here today by relatives of Edward Eggleston the author stating that he died last night at Lake George N Y + where lie Jmd been spending the purIalysisI Recently his health had not been the best and he traveled a great deal always returning to the scenes of his early laYs in and around Madison and Vevny withl the statement that he was happier there than anywhere else He leaves n widow who is a daughter I of Dr Samuel G ode of ths itff To Dr Edward JSggleston i hnvjngfwrittenf ficciotrbased upon hide but civil ized western lifn1Then Th Hoosier Kchoolmasicr nlIpenre 1 in 1S71 it was something in the i way of a revolution Since lltI ttppenrnnce of the Hoosier j I Sclpoolmaster n Dr Eggleston JUts i written a number of stories of uji more elaborate nnd finished kind I such as The Graysons and TheJ1 Faith Doctor hut noire which has appealed so strongly to the heart of the common people ns the l narrative of the trials adventures l and other experiences of the IIoo1 Bier schoolmaster i DHEWRYSCATES Ir Theodore Drewry and Mrs Josie Scates were united in marriage gas Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock at the home of tho brido in this city Tin e wedding was a very quiet one only a few friends aud relatives being present Dr Mabou administered time sacredi rites and after congratulations 1 goodbyes tho couple left to visit the home and relatives of the groom in Ken tucky Mrs Scates is a charming lady appp nlar neighbor and a most excellent friend noijv the bride of ono of the stanch citizens of the country near Hickman It is understood that they will locate soon in the vicinity of Rives The Commercial offers congratula tioni Union City Commercial BLIND TIGERS ONLY Telegrams from Mayfield Satur daynight indicated that the re port that a tiger had escaped from its cage in the Wallace circus dur ing the day was a pressagents s keEditor fr James Leraon of th Mayfield Messenger in reply to queries from many papers stated titae story Probably the only tigers now atI large at Mayfield are blind tigers 7 7Yi is r GARUTHERfJ BAKERY ICONFECTIONKRYI FRESH BREAD CAKES AN1 CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get bluel trading stamps- with every lOc cash purchase JL CLINTON STREE1 Ji KEXCUQKVTeJnnhone A 3T OLIVER Blacksmithand UndertakerI t HIOKMAN KENTUCKY Give me a trial when you want Blacks smithing done or Repairing Wdjjons c HorsesheeinK a specialty 11alsd keep a full lino of Undertakers foodsfci Common Rosewood and Solid lllack Walnut Collins and Caskets which can be titled up on short notice and atreasonable prices Give me a trial V BSTShop near the jai- lliTHOGRAPH WORK js Litho Letter Heads a Litho Note Headsi j Litho Bill Headsl t Litho Envelopes V At as low prices as can beVA done anywhere at f fICourier Officejj C K EAKER General Grocer1 Powell Blook Clinton St hiving purchase l the fjiocery Stack s- p Jj C IJonJunm would be jilcascil in have all old friouda to cal Freub Oc iti and Choice UTJ inn Buy Sunshiiio flour and yon wil use no other- TllItO6G11 SLEEPERS VIA MOBILE a uiuo it it r Between St Louis and Now Orleans St Louis and Mobile St Louis and Jacksonville Ask for licknta via MtORR t DPI S K DAVIDSON DeratiStiifH IOK MAN Iv H STMJSC V ff- f Office over Congill Gr 11 Ifruir Sinn p OeP iTo my old customers Veiir here Ito St1Y Nobody will u1prcci t you patronage or like more plPURorejfhi try ing to please yjn than wo old pliable barbers R U CAIDTELL WILL OOWELI J1URIER JOURNAL j WEEK 101 TIMES A YEAR w The TWICE WEEK COUJUEU ihshcdinmanyDailhsSemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue seuttree on application Address COURIER +JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky LIVERY STABLE 1OPPoSITli It R DEPOT VVVV J H POLLOCK Prop ScarriagespolitenessPatronagoselicited MEMPHIS HUKillKU KKWS v delaiaebreakdowK News has overcotn rte ud k xnown5WslKresews covers Memphis awl i special conespoodeais all this Metf- phte territory and giTW the newsW th n section v t supet4The1f1Jla r pear May 2StkBleaclt W 4iie idQtheeoui g li i Jlji 7 1 JI ACUBAN LOTTERY talkingAofjV t lottery to assist that govern S350Q0000I present and future The idea is one which should without any de lay receive the stamp of disapproval on the part of this government fornt has the right to enter its protest and to go further if it jibe necessary A lottery in Cuba night enable this government to Wet its obligations but it would be at a great cost to tho morals of St people not too correct at any ftinie Then this country dont want to rub so closely against any such tin enterpiise as a lottery in Milef island for it has hud enough pt such influences in the past and fully realizes their injurious of jfectfi In the absence of any oth cr power to speak the cabinet should declare itself Register SOME IlUtERA WITH Although there are over 15000 000 pupils enrolled in the comiron schools x f the United States near ly one in every five to the total population of the country and nearly 17000000 pupils ofaU ages securing instruction in one kind of schoo 01 another the ex tent of our illiterate adult popu lation is disagreeably laige The census report on tho subject just issued states the total number of males of voting ago at 218298x9 and reports 2320295 of them to be illiterates In other words considerably over 10 percent of the men entitled to vote unless as in Massachusetts main Mississ ippi theyare ibarred by educii- jj nag qualifications are unable toicad and write It is a real suring reflection that large as this muss of illiterate adults of yoUng age is it is not as largo as it was twenty or even ten years ago and ad compared with many European ttQuutries it is ah extremely small1I percentage1 of oar whole popula tron r ice STUFFING A COLD t The man who oftoqudfed maxim UStuUt toll and starve a fever either dielnot understand what he was talking about or he has t been widely misunderstood to time great injury of ftultitudos who have acted upon the absurd maxim Presumingi that the author of it wnsa physi cian who knew something of the nature of colds and the action olf remedies he must have spokent suhjunctivcly and not iiE peratively and tthen it would read thusII If you stun a cold the consequence will he that you will be thrown in to a fever as a result of the stuffing treatment of the cold and the n you will have to starve the fever This is a true and sensible inter pretation of this commonly receiveds maxim which has done as much harm as any of the thousand and one popular errors which 1prevail1 on mcdisal subjects Without dwelling on the natnr- or causes of colds or on- o what physicians call the pathology of these disorders we will say that low or even starvation diet for a few days with the free drinking of warm + mildly stimulating teas is better for a cold than any drug or com lunation of clrugsLoudon Fam ifly Doctor H RDONBEGGAR- SColumbus is a good place to beg in and i the news seems to travel from one beggar to another Not ojie in ten of these people who beg are worthy and most of them are river rats The nature of an honest man or woman revolts at such an undertaking and by study begsiyou can see tIle mark of a criminal and nine out of ten toftbe women and girls that i practice it prostitute them elves while the men are all I irunlvards Columbus Critic rJ J cI1 L Rockbottom Prices on Groceries Staple and 3Vfiey Groceries as low as the lowest for Gash Call and inspect our goods and cam pare our prices with others Free delivery H BUCHANAN I BJ Bf1 BREYIARD f1ifHas a Superior Stock of the best males of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest thel market justifies Al11 GOUDA UillANTlnUi 18 Itnpnll snNTI Ut ROOFINGS SPTTCIALTY HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS E AB7JnHIED lS TOM DILLON Sr Propr Surc Mor to II C KdlUftgr oJ cM i Marble and Granite Monuments OURJ3I G STONE WORK of all Kinds j jIRON FENCING cc Hiolsman Ey Buy Now and 2 1 We oiler file trade 1FUHNITUREII H1 Seo onr lino of Saits Iron Beds Wardrobes Kideboafds Hocker Cciiteri Iartor and Dining Tables Lounges Cots Mattresses and many othorusuf nrticlcs- UXDEUTAklAUDlilARTMEXT Wealso carry a complete Hue Collins Caskets Suits lie1pcs Etc Our prices reasonable Call or tclepkonc us whew our services are needed Phpne 10 I Morris Phillipps 1 LEDFOBD HANDLE CroooriGB Fresh Meats Hardwarei Queensware T anti Feedstuff 1 jh M t We carry ever thin r usually found in a firstclass GrlJc ryindno r this will be spared to please our customers Li CatI for HIne Trailing Simians with every lOc Cash lcrchafieilK After collect ioh of aOOl yomaro ctltitfM to a nandsome present Telphonc 6 GendePrautpll Delivered tea 7 CALL AND SEEw US 71 1 If f f Vc arc constantly recehring Fresh Groceries of all klllds Choico Preali Meats QueenV f ware Harness Ice Cream Freeze ers large and small A lot of useful articles for lOco lay and Bran All at vu trY b is W ROGERS SONtI 1 BIB1BIMAfi l 8118N HICK ANu KENTUCKY t Capital Stock paid in 5000 Surplus and Undivided Pofits20OOO TermActsa The Funds aijd Securities of this Bank are protected by the Mosler Patent Screw Door Safe Has ne zer yet been Opened by Burglars 1s o Caehlt1CHead every admil this issue and seeifyou ate not benefitted thereby7 z o tjI K t Jof 1 V ry 1P tI Py jiln 516 iii J J1y yr r fl lif Iii Y 4 i l 5 1 4 Ii 1 Y 1r tia a l 4 rt 4- 5i t t t r t s 1 1 Km S a Jj t r I f 10 Y 1 L L t ic4 41 i i iJ + t J f jfi D f C razIf e T rj ifcfJi ti r- N 10 t L f t f M o tp I I j C rI T t- a say 1 yF h- Z y r i A1 it II I ii ArJ t TJ T s- r T 1 4 WATCH c s BS= IJ J = IJ Iu L I Sr L P Ellison of the Ellisoii Mercantile l Company is still in the large cities buying New Fall mid Winter Goods and writes en couragingly as to the splendid bargains new styles etc Next week in this space the v publiCvShall be informed of these bargains All too busy this week arranging for new stock to write advertisements J 1- d mlJ i- I TW A Ii I I i 1 1 v T ii I f HOW PEOPLE READ PAPERS OBSERVER NOTES THAT VERY FEW BEGIN ON FRONT PAGEIVery few 1ra to read a newspaper at this beginning says an observant youngman T have made a study of newspaper read ers in the street cars going to and coining from work valid not one in a dozen starts to read a papor on the first page A mans business to a InIfluenceI Merchants and brokers Ive noticed turn at once to the financial 1page and having I satisfied themselvQs Aas tol nutrketttF t y I page and absorb the flews of the world Men who 1 work for others clerks I bookkeepers salesmen and i laborers are- interested generally first in the sporting news Women often turn x to the list of marriages and I deaths dud after carefully reading through this begin on the advertisements Everybody seems to have I f l Some preference in the lnat ter of news Nearly every person Ive noticed is a close reader of the news of the day but few begin at the front page and read through the paper page by page successively Phil adclphia Record SPAINS YOUNG KING + I olf- l the most constant questions one hears today says a Paris dispatch to the Herald is what is the King leveloopin1and what impression is lhe makingon iiia country A gentle man who has lived many years in Madrid and whose business is tot watch the development of matters in Spain says continues the cor respondentThe King is earning popularity If leftalone he would be more popular still Left to his own way he loves to go everywhere to talk with the people and hear what they have to say There isno country more democratic than Spain and a King to he popular 1 must mix with the people The young ICing is full of dj minx with the people they try to under listarsm he never for one moment losesI sight and sense of his position an what is due to himself But ho is very often surround ed by old Generals men who do not go with the times and do not understand the needs of tke coo n try He has plenty of character eergnI tSpainhe COSTS 1250000 fA YEAR No other government spends as much money in public printing as does thy United States and when one reads a description of this magnificent printing plant and the work it is expecjfed to do there is about ni wI tenths of the work t lat llooks like squandering inon ej One vimnvf ie oily submitted to congressf will be scattered broadcat by tho congressmen ally over 100 tons of paper will be used in its printinftIn 1 Cong11ssionnIHecord kept busy all the tiine and the puolication TCOsTs the government l2oO000 a year The office has turned out some very rapid work in its time and once issued a two hundred and ninety eight page book iiivtwenfftv four hours It was areport on the tiltaj Maine the typesetting printing and illustrating as well as the binding being at tendedt to in a single day CUTE SCHEMES WORKED BY WORTHLESS HO ROES AT FULTON A new qhnrity game was turne loose on the honest Fulton public early this morning in tlsg shape pE hoboes er The wingless fellows first np 1poured with one wing under coy er Inter on finding sympathy was not strong enougji for onp armed fellows two of them up peared with bcth arms under coy ci andn peglegged member of the fraternity did the bumming The cold nir that blow this way before sunrise seemed to hay chilled the usually charitable hearts of Fulfoniane and the oripc pies gatherer up by the water tank to compare notes The fol low with rho rudder on the bum uncovered his stump and gave his perfect lower limb i little exercise The wingless ones shook out wo perfectly healthy arms and one of thorn vjjp was nluSntislie hih5 green peepers and tried the blind racket for ft white One of the other one arnted tramps hookedl oh the stump leg and fried hisi Tatherindgi fodjtorJ for the sang ll o hoboes all left later in the day to play tlieir cripple game Iin some other Kentupky town Sanbeyr at 846 4t LEDFOUD RANDLE I ROASTED LIVING BABIES iNI i KITCHENJTOYE I Chicago Sept 1 10ThB cremation of living babies in a kitchen range is the charge made by Charles Early against Mrs Paulina Taesclii her who i conducts a private 11HospiwlMay street The woman is under arrest JMrs TaeSelder attributes this and other charges to mo tires of revenge inspired bv lier refusal to allow JSaylyi tq tvisitt hospital i CONFEDERATE 0 TO MEET V Fulton Ky Sopt 10th 1Q02S Gco Warren J r Editor CourierDear Sir Camp Jim Pirtle No 990 has invited tit Camps of the following places to meet atPnlton on first Thursday tho 2nd day of Oct 1902 Hickmail Ctiutou Arlngtou Bardwell Wickliffo Fqdui ooh Mayfleld Bcuton Murray anct Wingo TO attend a reunion of tho 7th Kentucky UvO V All comJJfSrrespectfully invited to attend TW J G PIKKK UnnlmlitlrrJ It ABKOXvui1 Adji I A communication 5 I feVwordsmileplaiqqCouRemedy s with tho bronchitis and could not sleepJ ac nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could gnothing to give me any relief until iny zhedtdW S Brockuiau Uagnell Mo This remedy is for solo hy powgill s Cflwgill i A C Gook a merchant of CJin ton Ky filed n petition in bankruptcy today in the ollico of U S Clerk J U Purycnr His liabil ides are 1350 He has no ttssetsl The only PuJ1l19 ah creditors are C II Riekp t Sons He ow this firm f3yG28 Paducnl News J- Tljp Monroe doctrine iip ono if the residents favorite topiC t onlyeS one way It does not keep u froni going Qvor tUe ocean anfl taking other peoples countries rM il1li 1 1Iagrinst ill a political campaigrgj ctodri- ml Iyv14 s The tailor makes the ma Jlmen p s their appearance is largeTy JTheJ make a promise very seldonV breaks it Z jtL peoPJIescapItal t S 1a G Otnt IDtIU 6TI ytyty Bob Tyler was in Nashville Tuesday R J Bugo is a Bardwoll visitor in cityMiss Jonnie Casey visited Union Oity Sunday Victor Amberg hag Ihad a relapse and is again quite ill spentSundayMiss Lou ORourko i convalescent after a sovero illness Tate Rascoo and wife were recent visitors from Fulton Dr Dabney will preach at the Chris tian church next Sunday SEED WHEAT good quality AIPly to LEE ROSE J C Harris of Tiptouvillo registered at the La Olcde Saturday Attorney Jake Corbott of Ballard was attending conrt this week J B Lewis a prominent contractor of Memphis is at the LaCledo Mrs B F Beokhain af Union Oity leas been visiting rolativeshore Miss Henrietta Kogor of Paducah is visiting herrelatives tho Islers Major W L Alexander of Union City was in Hickman Wednesday- J B Wiekllffo and J M Svllivan are attending court from Vie llffo Dont forgot to try a pound ot Golden Rio Coffee at LEDFORD 4C RANDLB Mrs James Koger and daughter of Paducahc am the guasw of R M Isler Hickman College has vOO unrolled pupils this filSilou13i boys and 172 m Johnson of the Johnson Mor oantHo Co Cuycs was in tho city TuesdaySiliss i Montgomery who has been jImIIretnrnedj Q I N P Moss and R B Platt cam in from Clinton to attend to some cgl mattery Friday last J N Bcadtos formerly of this qltj camedown from MayffollqfufellOW old acquaintances thjs weak Parties desiring to make an invest ment yellaing 8 per annum which is rum assessable for tnxatiqn call on B T DAVIS T H Kellar a Chicago capitalist is llooking over Hickmans manufacturing plants and the ores route Mrs Chas Parry and fMrsf Fllay1 Suiothcrmau are visiting relatives in Blythesvillo Ark this week Eugene Blakomorohas returned from Roolfoot Lako and accepted a position as clerk at the LaClcdc Hotel Sum eoltham nut wife of Moscow and R A Alfxauder of Jordan were registered at tho WednesdayI SattbornsPie815 4r LEDFORD S RANDLE Elder W J Shelburu will preach at Mt Hermon noxt Sunday afternoon qtt- hree oclock Every hotly invHeA to attoml Lon Roby Prathar Garb L D Sim mpns and Warner Brovard were enter tained by Union Wry friends Sunday last Mrs Henry Kuoorr and Miss Ethel Knoerr who have boan visiting relatives jn this city left Monday for their home at Dexter Mo Vo aro the sale agents for Chase it Sanborns coffees try them ali 4t LEDFORD RANDLE Mr Percy Jones has about completed m now and beautiful cottuge residence agar Hickmau College Ho will probably move in next week Po O Ward and family sought di versity and amusement by coming up frope the pleasurable shores of Reeli- CQOt to attend the sbow hafr been here visUing her sister Mrs Alic Wilson for several weeks lloft for her home in Floridat Monday Fraak ORonrke has accepted a position at the Halliday Housein Cairo Patsy has many friends here who wish hm well in his new field H B 14iA Tha llickmau B S L Association meets next Thursday night n bti Courier building s EH Qill auy wHo Nashville0f spent Saturday anti Sunday in this city Mr Gill declared his intention o either purchasing or establishing a bus immediatn future Mrs Nellie Hodges wife of Supt C L Hodges of tho Richmond Bon d Company arrived in this city rrom Rome Ga grisly eyening Mr and atoflpingU at a residence T T and Mrs Swrvno visited the tatters parents near Union City Sat farday Mrs Swayne remained and will accompanied on her retarn Ijy 1er sister Miss Bessie Ilerrig who will vjett fee sometime IB UWtaas t 1 y What is Golden Rio Coffee Ask LEDFORD RA3TDLE 815 4t The corner steno of the new Baptist shovel was laid at Fulton Tuesday he following ministers assisted in th ceremonies Rev J N Hall Fulton Rev R W Mahan of Clinton Rap H U Robert Mayfield Rev I N Penock of Martin Rev TJ Haley of Clinton Mrs Lawrence Miss Pearl and Miss Bessie Lawrence of near Edgar were the guests of Mr and Mrs Col Uqder wood last week After a week o pleasant sightseeing accompanied by Mr R W Underwood on Sunday they attended service at Davids chapel where was heard a very able sermon b Rev Mr Adam- sJONESL A E Jones of Star Limot Works Ky wants to hear from his mother Mrs Jemison Jones and his brother James C Jones last heard from at Hickman Ky Home andL Farm RESIDENCE FOR SALE infnt privato sale For terms apply to B I BOSTON E B Walker Glovedretiringfromo bo succeeded in the ownership of the Democrat by Miss Miss Nannie R Catlott Mr Geo L and J R Catlett are to have immediate control Success to the now firm c Tuckor Frost tho twelve yoar old sou of Mrs J D Price died Sunday oven ing oftftyphoid fever complicated with porotouetis and influmatioa of th bowals Tuckor was a bright an lovable little fellow dad tho bereaved mother has the duapet svqpiilhy of th o community looklifteraanddjacentstop Address LUSQOLN OIL CO Cleveland Ohio 1 Tho remains Of Jon Henderson formerly of this city sOn of Mrs E E DoMontcourt who died at Cairo Sat MondayforWork is rap4dly progressing undo SuptIlodgcsons machinery of the Richmond St Bond1 Cq Tim plant will rUo in operatidn within the month aukStu ample tim for the cotton crop Mr James Fuqua who has been in Chicago the past week buying goods for the H C Amberg house has returned home and his new goods loco commenced J to arrivec i RENTBusiness n street Apply to jMRS CATHERflfliJ WITTING I Mis S K Davidson who returned Monday from Kentou Teiin where site has bend iattendance Ut the burial of her brother was accompanied by her sister Miss kola Belt of Paragonld Ark Miss Belt will remain for soul e time W J Thomas the welKbnowu hotel1of miin ha91leased and moved into the rooms formerlyf occupied by Dr Cnrhn Ho will keep the rooms fifteen in num ber in tirst lass shape and sot as hered tofore an excellent table With the fa cility of plenty of room awl liis excel lent situation ho will undoubtedly re cfeivo lug loll share of public patronage Dr J A Prieto and old and wen known physician of Union City died Saturday night last He trays native of Cuba and eighty odd years old Another old landmark in Hickman is gone The old Billie Herron resi dance known to Hiokman people for several generations past has been torn down this week preparatory to the con struction of a large new boarding house by its present owner Mr James T Stephens Le ford and RandIe have just re ceived tho celebrated Chaso Saubo Golden Rio Coffee 815 4t There is a gang of negro loiterers who tehe vicinity of the LaCledo Hotel espy ally late at night and in tho early morn ing and make tha hours hideous for the guests of that hostlery and neighboring roomers by vulgar and profane language scuttling and sometimes brawling They should be lariated wader sonu ordinance or at lea t aked UP nllaldy Taylor the bad nigger shot and killed ono white man ax l seriously wounded two others one n Motday in jail at that place from wounds inrtieted by omaI of his victims was raised at illsk man and lived here up to seven yearn ago He bore a bad repu tation here was a gambler aud swoonI frequenter quarelsome when drinking and onto shot a woman eata colored dance HB was regarded as a dan s i character and loaves no mourners i CityIt is not human nature f a olio to object to a mono oly that swells fhis Jank ac count Mrs Lizzieitcbjlittot St Leak it visiting lien sister Ttrs Pearl Roberts Miss Costello ascl Miss Anice Efiagar eof the Ellison Mercantile Co returned Thursday from St Louis w ere they had been Buying goods in their depart meats Mr Tobe Capps and Miss Stella Polk who reside four miles from town on tho Troy road were tied in happy hy menial bonds Sunday last by Squire Sanders of Woodland Mills The serf cmony was performed while the con tracting parties sat in a buggy and the supposition is that the event was m tho nature of an experiment May conttn ygal hapjiness be their portion Among the Fulton contingent down to the County seat each on Court business last week were Mayor J E iFall Dr S Cohn M C Payne 0 E Milton J B Taylor Henry Knight John Ford and attorney Ed Thomas They registered at the LaClede LOW RATES TO ST LOUIS Saturday ana Similar Go to tno city and enjoy yourself at TakeinSeo progress made at Worlds Fair rounds Mobile Ohio accommoda on train now runs every day Sunday morningback qeenpnrchaqing merchandise in St Louis arrived homo Ffitswho have been visiting Mrs Baitzer native city Carbondale Ill MondaydGus Thomas Sam II Crossland and IL J Moorman of Mayfield and J C Du poyster and F L Turner of Wickliffe All the hotels and boarding boosed were Voided to their capacity last week owing to court term Many prominent men and old timers werp to be found at Mrs Faris among whom were Oz Adams Lawrence Everett and Thinly Olark of Lako county lone R E Kelly Tom Thotrpson Ed Browder and brother of Fulton Wm McConnell of Cayce and Arch Brovard of Jordan and J Allen of Moscow M B Shaw is receiving bids for the erection of two rows of cottages on lots owned by Mll Shaws Sons adjoining Westomanufacturingimpetus ceivmg and tho already existing do round in the city for tenements thii form of investment should offer an al r luring field to capital Deroared By Vorms f 7 1 painbntfrom dourly The entire trouble arises from assimilatedbut caasothem andJOY WSC C iMengclof Louisville President the Mongol Box Co Chas H Ad ams connected with that company in Suptiof the companys plants at Dyersbnrg and Trimble spent Saturday in thifl city They were here presumably in connection with the contemplated re mOval of tho saw mills from the latter placo to Hickman and relative to the voucoring plant to be established here FOR RENT t spotgoodnear Dycrsburg road 2 miles from Hick man other farm land adjacent Apply at Courier office Mr Wm Winters a prominent and most worthy citizen of Clinton died Monday Years ago he was a citizen of Hickman and had many friends here His remains were brought to Hickman Tuesday and interred ia city cemetery ShgdaTrnafternoon for Lexington Ky where she has been attending eckool at Hamilton College We are glad to iCtow she wil maiccsthis year Her friends yb her maeb success in her senior year Josh Westhafer of Loogoote ladig BotbeBalmif 10sttkislinimentjoilCOflsprainaho Itlparaljsfe It is for sale by Cowgill Jfc r Cowgill The addition to the smoke stack of the water and lightplant power ltoese arrived froai N O Webbg FnWoe foundry oa Saturday The oddities kr 90 feet and will make the hill leagth of tM stack 75 feet Many bendfa will innare from this iDlJMOTtGrtec power will be gives the plant gnmt eabins K O waste will be coonmed Aida lac 4brOran alWt il Wi rive aaaoyaBe heretofore CTjinrfBattMf t of MMe to g CMnfed ito tiM J eras Mretti will bu ar rfcd n1I1I biIC ftt i r k iZ5 rE Y ttBr r r v i + i fr Sc iqsJ i 9 t K 5 Sr it t r ok ti i 3 fit r I S ij7 y p 00 t itf jY 1i pi 4 f x rY rF 4- RR g r r M I 04 r 4 J I = i t I j I 1- 1 Lt l ti I i fv i 1 r I 1 t L 1tv v l r i L t 1 J rt Y- t l 4- i f i JrI f it 4 1- s jtt 1j t- 1 t tIrwr It I Ii 1 j 1 t i k e 1 to 1 t I t I S ti J t tt fp Ii Ii jI J I 4F t t 1 I II f t 1t iti t I t j11 I I I I Iia i II- y 2- i I- rr to L 1t1I rt ttr rbt 4 f p I I tf I tV r k L f J 1rI I I t- rrf of t tit I t t I s- I lJt t I l I I t It 4 If 6 lrjI 1rr h 7 0 fr tC Jti l J1 f F fc r tkS i I t tt tht r f f t0 t t t- t k f J 11 1 1 I 11- l fI I 4 AI f 1 rf r f 1 1 i h 7 Y THE STATE FAIR i f Louisville Ky Sept SThe Ken pt lucky State Far is now but two weeks I off and with its success rests the per manescy of a fair in Kentucky similar to the notable state exhibits in Ohio Illinois Indiana Missouri etc If the outlook can be taken as au augury the 4 trs annual exhibit will surpass the fondest hopes of the promoters Letters have been received from nearly all of the public men of Kentucky and many of tkose who are anxious to become pabUc meu assuring the association that they will bu here on September 22 I tke first day of tin fair and appro priately dedicated to Kentucky Gov Beckhain w to attend President Roose velt is hoped for und the opening ex srcises will be in keeping with the im 1 portance of the occasion The first day is assured of an im mense crowd A halfrate fair has i beeu made on all the railroads and an admission ticket is attached to tim i railroad ticket The attractions at the lair in the way of live stock exhibits h will yield to no state fair in point of excellence Kentucky will have the pick of all the state fairs that preceeded s her dates which are gecularly fortunate The Faff will last only six days be ginning on Monday September 22 and c closing on Saturday September 27 t1 Numerous side attractions have been v arranged forf to please those who at- tend7 Webers Military band of Cin I cinnati will play concerts every dayand the evening i a thrilling locomotive t collision fc on for Wednesday Thursday v is Louisville day Friday will see a i speutacnlar pigeon race and Saturday is Everybodys day THE WoRlDSGEoGRAPHY CLASS September Ceiitnry jj- I It is not to be denied that this expan sion of our knowledge of the world is a sequence of our victories in the Spanish V War Whether trade follows the flag tertainly knowledge does What then geography is doing for the schoolboy ftthe newspapers and magazines are V doing Jor the adult Nature will be reported says Emerson and certainlyI never was this so true as today A hundred agencies mainly commerce disJaterare conspiring to bring in touch all the nations the world and to de mand the allest knowledge of all by eechThere are those who think that this absorbing interest in the actualities- of materiall events is being cultivated at the expense ofgreat creative art Ho- tHepochof large wealth has been ofigreat art When perIod cOmes perhaps the result will be all the more significant and valuable that the peo pies ef the earth will have reached a sympathetic understanding through the widest knowledge 1 MAINE REPUBLICANS FELL OFF 15000 DEMOCRATS GAINED 15 MEM BERS OF LEGISLATURE ALL REPUBLICAN CONGRESS MEN RM ELECTED V Portland Me Sept 8Gov Hill RepHblican was reelected today by 30000 plarality This is a loss of about 13000 from the vote ot two years ago and a bee of 5000 from the last oil 1 year election The Democrats gain about fifteen repreeentatives in the legislature All four Republican congressmen were reelected by plHralltaes of about the imCaB four years ago Lively contests for sheriff occurred InC t lye counties In Cumberland county kbe battle ground of the prohibitory f law the pro ibitonist candidate for shwiff was defeated and for the first time iu twenty years a Democratic r sheriff was elected IInYork county the Democrats and J prohibitionists united t in support of one candidate for sheriff pledged to a strict enforcement He1 was however defeat 6d by a SBiall plurality RepablicaBS claim 35000 majority F CWBOYRACE DISAPPROVED OP BY PRESIDENT 1 ROOSEYBLT IN A MESSAGE Deadwood SDSept 9 i bisiv stamp of diMpprpTal on the cow t boy race front Deadwood to Onia ha and time eoncest has been w abandoned In addition to Lime i PresideiitI disRppr val there Juice enr8iived several pro f ts from humane societiessr The loll ir gis the telegram L k reeeived from the Chief Execu tires M6racaryI 0t OaY1h YSept 5 Capt Seth Bullock Deiidwood S D Referring to the proposed Iiors6 race front jDeadwood to Oin ahR tke PrM dent would aot be willing to have it take place un 8xetciReii supervisibH over condition in w3 ich thtlwjrws wpwld cowe ia aiid tjiii iv Hld be iffl possible lie wka youto my in his name t tJtr8qK t8 tke race not to IJ take place i li G H Oort1yoM Sey- p u klJr 1 f f 1J f k k101F0 tf EDITORS DANDER UP Hazel Green Ky Herald Some of the candidates we un derstand claim that they win be nominated without the Heralds aidrp1i see about that And if they do theyll want its help wra n the regular election comes oft Well well see about that too Henceforth help those who help you will Le our golden rule AVutch these coumns fur the next few weeks and you will learn a timing or two THERELL BE TROUBLE A Geoigia woman who seems to hurt heroically endeavored to findout for herself jf marriage iis 11 failure is responsible foi this little verse that fills a w se nook in the Atlanto Joiistitution Five husbands have I buried With many a sighU1 lpracrj Therell be trouble up in heaven If we know each Other tier People who marry for hath love and money believe in happy combination A learned scientists announces that he has proof that man lived on earth 25000 thousand years ago And there is no one who can successfully ilisuprovc his assertion As between the philosophers who hold that the moon is composed of green cheese and those who hold that it is an arid globe the argument is about even so far ns the ascertained facts go The sun may be 200000000 miles away hut the man at the North Pile would be inclined to multiply the distance by five while the man at the equator would compromise by striking off seven ciphers y Everything Only always price select chickens Evevytliliicc Guaranteed liberal solicited Free MENTAL PEACE IN DEATH I have stood by the bed side of hundreds of dying people said an old physician at Topeka yesterday and I have yet to see a dying per son shed a tear matter what the grief of the bystanders the stricken person will show no sign emotion I have seen a circle of agonized children arounda dying mother a mo her health would have been touched to th quick by signs of grief in a yet she reposed as calm and unemo as though she had been made stone There some strange aid inexpli cable change which accompanies the act dissolution It is well knoTii to physicians that pain disappears as the end approaches And nature to have arranged so that mental peace shall also attend our last lingering mo ments Kansas City Jour nal UNCLE NICK COMBS AND Uncle Kiok Coiiibs owner of Combs springs three miles from Hickman ia of the oldest in tie state and his wile one of the oldest ladies nuking the couple the oldest one in the state of KeBtu ky rick hiitnrfill enjoys H good His wife is 88 and hearty but a faychite re sort of wany Fulton jpeople and all enjoy a yisitt with the interest iky old couple Fulton Leader tI DH if A RECORDBREAKING PENSIONER The Maylieldl Messenger speaks 6f S Mr Smith who lives in that counlnl who draws 850 month pension ft thave a negro in this city BnukQuiglel who draws 872 a mouth Columjbuf Critic L You canti got something out of dotli ing but lots of people are onpawj 0f getting nothing out of Wniethinp II Time prohibition idea is growing in tJtSlnhl q have gone Prohibition in the lastjffow weeks and several other elections vi been called rf V riJernsalemri Fair is indorsed by the St Louis Got Methodist Conference 3 J i A Cleveland man has suistl a manufacturing concern for rio i 000 because smoke fronivits chim neys have ruined his flowers The PWho does the nioiit1 IJJIcutIJJ wheu called on opposite sidevof atcase It is Ithe large number of little things 1After1 a womau proceeds to kick if photo graph asa good likouoss When Grover Cleveland advisetj Tlicodoro Roosevelt that the game ojjj politics wits not a pastime but a seriouSj affair he probably had reference lb hil1 own method of playing tho game f hfThe harvest trust is being puit into shape rapidly It is to havje 4 capital of 8120000000 None off stock will be puton the market The grand old farmers will pay for th tock and someone else mown it fThomas Brackett Reed who as the speaker of the house of representatives made a most unenviable reputation is seldom heard of politically His justicefPbj forgotten him H6 is never mentioned except in the way of comparisonI NEW MEAT MARKET L D Threllteld PrOlff new fresh and clean the lest butcher i stock selected A fine Hue of cured meats on hand Highest market paid for butcher stock and eggs A 11cprcou ted t A share of your patronage Phones 13 Delivery No may be of overpowering who in child tional of is psychological of seems it WIFE m i one laen agedaflincijoke hale hearingCombs yuan her now the now I THE CONFEDERATE HOME The location of the nfed Talleyhasnation that will possibly result in its location at some other point Attorney Mmr of Louisville has notified Gov Beckham that he wants to enter protest against his approval of the selection of a nfofnot be allowed to stand if byj canAhqdefeated ofjthebe defeated in any othei wayi suit will be instituted and prosecuted to the bitter limitj1 The sentiment at Pewee id about unanimous againstthej location of the home at thai place and the probability is that the whole affair will be come entangled in a misera I i ble and damaging mess j There is too mucharistocra Ij cy at Pewee Valley to admit j I f Confedffroll1day inhisBetsydiedonce was Henderson Glean er v I I THE SICK Mr Toni sickseveralfeverlsKbleoicharacterlesceficcKgreat 6wsoPeverela lulile ks 1lieWttt RYfas Dolck who 1g was WokenIn saw mill accidenth b It doingwell bat yesterday WMJlMJtso weW He will receyer all riigh KiL2 pO 2 2 nI f2 i 1i fJc1 Look V Look W S S WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVEJAGENCY FOR THE O i0 AMERIOANdKEFIELD FENCE Made of large strong wires heavily galvanized III Amply provides for expansion and contrac 4 tadUj tion Only Best Bessemer steel wires4L 71 I Ifa0used always of uniform quality I fl1 P 1 rtr= t r isputonit Does fTI fl1 not mulilate but t t II 4t 0ri Iii I 4 floes ecttn1l J turniW r tt cattle horses 9I wIf hocs and pigs Jtt Jll a1 t 1 iEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manulacturersc ti 7 I r Call and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fence i v i our fields so they will stay fencedI 4 Thus Ls thin fence formerly sold h M C Shaws Son We iirttend to keep I I 0 2iii InStock if itcau bo bought Wo also havo a l1ttrgi and well soleoted lineI ofBnggies Farm Implemontz Harm s C I f 44 r w S HENDERSON CO a TIJ AGAIN REELFOOT t TEMPORAllY INJUNCTION KANTED RESTRAINING rtFISHING OK HUNT ING FOR PROFIT Union City Tenn Sept SoJudge R E Maiden has granted temporary injunction against Albert Wallace J S Shaw Prank Sparks and Walter Pleasant in favor of J C Harris of Tiptonville proposed owner of Reel foot Lake prohibiting the above named gentlemen front hunting and fihirig on the lake or buying came and feb for profit These gentlemen have been running a fishery buying antl selling fish and game Maj Harrf proposed owner of the lake grantef to- T C Burdick tho exclusive fiihij and hunting privileges for profiton the lake for a term of three Jcars for which Burdick is to pavyHarris ac cordym to their coutract l600 per yeai and to prohibit All others from hunting or fishing fba profit unless they sell their f ilmn game to Bjir dick The temporary injunction wiuijo decided byyWiancery Judge John S Cooper atnis next term which will probably be in April and it matters not whicll way the case goes it will be garfed to the Supreme Court which has already decided on some points as to the ownership of the lake and the rights of the State and citizens thereto The case will be watched with interest by tho people of this county who believe generally that the lake is or should be the property of the State and Itlf predicted by some that the next legislature will claim ownership and prohibit all fishing and hunting on the tt lake except for pleasure IITO KILL coooo DOGS s New York Snn jj- feOwing to an outbreak of rabies in Rhodesia the native Commissioner met tho Indnnas or native gImlets and ex jpluinod the disease to them They promised to destroy all dogs except favorites This means the destruction crfrom 00000 to 80000 dogs The government will destroy the hyenas iit T The Presidents son is stud to bo hay Ijpg trouble to find a place to hunt in Iftb West The farmers are filing lico against trespass The West is 5jj so wIld and woolly ns the senti i wouldiHpearcd and the hunting grounds are St4er cultivation 9IIke tWO Plattsiu the United States bigshaiovablieaJfairsBtt Miu ofNew York manages the poli Tiiafl5 without their knowledge or tt 0 iLet us have peace Tlio present jjjfjilieation of this saying of the Great wtaiHi seems toe in LovLsnlle Ky fr Jjgjrire the liviHjrall tho opportuni b0tlIy are entitled to and not un IIiri1Y expose the colin oftI IC f iron Beds at littler cesct I i LM r i 1 j i 2 2S d fI 100 put we want to create lots of intel st in the stock ilring Sept and AVO know of no better way than to offer unusually good values These are all hand soinesfc patteiiis Iicirm clpsigii1 and finjh and are really best 4qf good vnhie afe inieoiiri0Q qii5ted1- t L 1 kllriJ E t J j Fultiized iIsfoth I 50toiI750 JJe=1tt r STEPHENS c SMITH oath Booko Store tipleulid Selection of NEW BOOKS8TATONERY 0 8TATONERYNOTIONS Can and see Vur Stock Ever thing upi to date MARY BBRENUES Co 0T 0OVER 300000 SPENT St Louis PostDispatch The Republican party of Vermont is scratching its head after vbo hottest gubernatorial campaign in the states history and figarisg up costs audre suits ap to date The two are sadly out of proportion the leading candidates have spent 4328000 or a little more than 1 for every person in the state over 6 months old Last TBesday balloting Vited ia no election antI the contest goes to the Legislature for determination PLOW POINTS Taker Plow PoiHte to George B ect sad haye tbew sharpentd tw ot cn i itzi TS tfnM1 tft i Building f- i I I Material tROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 1 lBEHJ t Dooni and Windows Shingles c ojBmll1crsHardware Lime and Oemeutr i j taintsOils etc t ESTDLiTESCHEEIIFDLLV i FURNISiEM I I FEEDSTUFFS f i Iiy Oal GOTH Bran we te f 1i++444 +++4442i444fI+ Ha IeI aw using a box of ChsmberJams Stomach CLiver Tablets and ffnd taW the best tfriag for my stsnac1 I ever uwl saytT W Rottowoj JtMtM ef the Peace Loom is Wick Them Tab kteBot only correct Borders jrf the toHMMk belt l8iuiat g the liver a4 klH1p4Ml dec Fee Mto ltt CwUtIi C wL F Lr c t i ititii r3 i r t 1 II 1t J 0 W J Nr I0 I 1 r a rc r i t II 11 t 1A I a f D jS A II W l 1 q3 t00 L rI f F j i 101- I 0 S