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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 If J 4 i t ty trH7 r iiiiiiJfUff JOrTJR Il R 2 OXm3ST 3STKV SPAJPEP IK fi3TERN KENT cr Y f II ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUfSlgMKYfJ OCTOBER 24 1902 VOL XXXVIiNO 39 II Jim y iungeiv Kx Outlaw Lhli bifa by SujchlH After iVcjikered Car tlH j St Paul MinH OKI 30 JJtJI YjfcnniKtfrfQMa rly a member of the notorious James band of outlaws corn mitted suuide yesterday by shooting I a lieu elf dn a bureau iu his roQUi was found an Quvqlope on one side ot whichI was written 4feXoalg09d4iud true I lovJ and bidl t r clliJH1 YOUNGER Oanh tidtur silo of tho envelope woredhcso words Ofii hisie good bye asthro1atitreust stay away from t ire No crocodile tours wanted iReporters be my friends Burn me up v JIM YOUNGER Tim Qnvfiiope contained a package of lletters I hut hud pushed botwrofl H may with whom he is said to have been much in love The hidys relatives y raised strenuous objections 10 the weddin and further obstacles WftS the fillet I uuta paroled prisoner could riot legally contract a marriage Thisit is thought had much to do with Youngers dtitcruiinatiou to end his life The door of his room was broken in and his dead body found stretched on the floor beside the bed a revolver clutched in his right hand He hud shot himself through tho head Younger since his parole from tho state penitentiary iu July of last roar had led an exeuiplarylife James Younger was the youngest of three brothers Robert Coleman art4 James who between the years of ISM and 1873 gained great notoriety through thciissociation with Jesse and Frank James The Iband had served through the civil war fighting on thasideof tLo Confederacy with Quantrell =Tatters at Mayfield Mayfield Ky Oct 21Geo W Budke aged 09 one of Mnyfiolds old est cud most prominent citizrns was t bared here by the Qdji Fellow of L Berroulchsan Yiss luggin Ham bley were married here Three hundred farmers met here i 4 yesterday afternqon mid organised 4 Tobacco Growers association and rer asolved to advance their prices on tobacco front 31 to 32 over last year c Q31TUARY A mothers arms qnd a little cradle oaip p but one more angel in heaven Ou Oct 10th 1005 Mary Alice aged just fivo months daughter qf Mr and closeherbeautiful world Beyond Sott waxen hands and tender eves Have wandered back to Paradise Christ left the gates of heaven ajar That they might not wander far Fore iu the deepening shades of even r Our angel returned to heaven And left us all so drsolate lint Christ will opo again tho jralc wllhinV1l1And thero in love anti sweetest rest Will bo with her in realms of Blest ELLA BEATY McGEHEE Cayce Ky 1 f DEMOCRAITCrITCttOMINEESAl j First District OIHe M James Second DistrictA O Stanley Third DistrictJohn S Rheas S yonrth DistrictD lIe Smith Sherloy3idht Seventh District South Trimble Eighth District George G Gilber Ninth Districtr James N Kehoe Tenth DistrictJ D Hopkins FOR APPKLLTE COURT JUDGE First DistrictThos J Nunn Second District Warner E Settle Fifth District Ilenrv Barker SixthDislrict Tho n Pay1 tel f TUB BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good 13 th qqestion Tho TWICBAWEEK REPUBLIC la not as cheap as it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It printsall the news that is worth printing If you read it all tho year round you are posted on all the important nnd inter esting affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce anti those should bo the distiuguishiHg traits uf Hitt newspaper that is designed to be read by all members of the familySabscriptiouprice 1 a year n1- M1Ntl ter newspaper or postmaster will risciiye your subscription or yoa may wail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St Louis Mo r x iift tti i i iIi a DE MOCRATIC tPBDSPECTI r FliriMPr rntiJe t Clftci it ptata d with the ocUx k fur lit Drm sratk Isftrt tar ff I If v hi tf Hir 1 lxspeths4 h I1i 1r j ii i till jiiiatest 41 tUndfocy to apprnprti Deinocratie tfiuudor3n that uniortttnl p fticular There is no doubt that the ttiis f the silver and the rvtnru cf lie party to tuner pnociphs than tin se prorpt 3id by Mr B San givrs it a HH rt prOuiising outlook than it huts Mattl J former campaigns for fight years Ilftat One danger to the fenitracy iis deumyopiu temporizing such UK is cv deuced in tho New YorK i+ Ia fum de Uring for the owns re hip of jiutLr cite coalmines Mr Hill liaa heretofore been r gnrdod as a cttawpioti ofrou servitiv Domocracy nnd bw pMfi d adhc ceo o to the Socialistic prnfeipe j Iestro s the conlidnjico he had u tan wise awnlcencd tCha gnaUatt n cdat the Dttmocrnoy now is wie learerhip Nauhvillellaninopi ANOTHER CASE OF DESERTIO- NFrom i Columbus Ky comes n sad tale of desertion Mrs Susan Duffy and her gonefroIll to seek for leer husband to whom she had been mar ried two weeks 1Immedii ately after the ceremony the husband induced her t6 sell her house and its contents I I and proceedsJOO two days of drinking in Cal ro he is said to have gone to Oklahoma Cash Book Store 5pfeH fmecl NEW BOOKSSTAID STATONERYNOTIONS Can and see our Stock Ever thing up to date B MARY BERENDES Co MARRIED I John W Sawyer of this city aud Miss Nettle Bodkin of Columbus Ky were married at the residonco of Xrs Mary Onhl on Cedar street yosterdaj I afternoon by Judge A Con Bulletin ngiUalroI I POPIular 1 1 I biblicali times Rebeka h got I lier misband at oneIThe soft political jobis apt to fan to the Iliac who I fought for it rather than the one who is fit for it I fStunf youngfellersrounbydel am lapk dew WUH afoanod sumbodyd steal git10seCThe quiokest way to fame nowadays ip to get cured of some swell disease that is recommended in the fashion notes and then send your photograph and testimonial to the man who made the proprietary prep a r a t i 011 grave whist yanked you out of the I There is only one woman chaplain in the UniteiI I ifei therels a woman filling a I othIII penitentiary in Laramie VjTo has this unique distinction Its chaplain is Mrs May Preston Slosson wife of the vice president of the faculty of the University of VYOlning andr over two years she has presided over the spiritual welfare ot the convicts j u1U see him he a him proufcreutfrom readymade TIDNATr b COMPANY has developed the making of u ejjtomeasure garments science and reduced cost tojggtitre fraction of oldtime intoII chant tailors prices We are the Cousconcern and carry I over 450 of elegant uptod1Jlf laiples which we would bo pleased to show you DI f r- I E cL1 f 3E a 1 J iM1Y fw IttXS aCJt d 2o jCc toti O Q f U = oLa- oAZ P s- p 11 aw0I t a t b 11 0 b cg 1u aVw t icIfill 0 m 2 h1OtCl w 0 Q W n to 5 tJ O 4LO tlc c w a tori s SoaWQ J0 I o q o 1l1liCJ t p 0 11 nttllw is S = itc bI 3gCo to x 00rr II 0 p onoesG Crl M l 3 K 0 OLIVERIBlacksmith and UndertakerI- I 1 01 M A 2 lclIN1TUCKY live mp a trial irlwn you want Blsc1k smith ing lout or ttepniring WaKns4- c Horsesihoeina a gpeciiiUy I shirt keop a run line of UndrrUhrsk s stCommoii ttosowood and Solid Black Walnut Com s andilts3ete which can bo lilted up on short uutloe and Rt rPrt souablo iriun Give me n trial CSTShop lusir the jnil COURIER JOURNAL 2 iWS A WEEK 101 rIM IlA YEAH 1 OUItlEIC1IUt the UntleltlStaiw fur lJeiuoeraLsnnd for all roaderi It is the equal of many Dailies and tho superior of all other 1 Semi Weeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTKKS tho Saturday issue sont1frtcCOURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LouLsvillo Ky Henry L Shattnek of ShelUbur Iowa was cured of a stomach trouhIi- with which ho had been afllicted fqr roars by four boxes of Chamber iiue- Stomach Tablets Ho had previously trim many other remedies end a number of physicians without relief For sale by Cowgill dt Cowjjill r Jd7 1 I Ca Done as far as you z I c Certain style about that is unmistakable F aunced dressiness th t is altogether dif h best IING IiE JitR AND CHICAGO t j a the local d their I 1 i i r I t 0 104 rQ Jt aI 2 WI + C I t iii ij and Liver 1 j l i I a JlI acf7ao aoa aEci i 0 0ii t wJ z N 3J I oI 0I I I I I iI I j w vSRN I JOHN RINGWOOD 7 i ienc al G11oo Jiesjj fi BllstoisfcsslwdddtEast Hi km1ni t tops all kinds of Groceries itnd i Family Snftpik fr CIiiiENsrf A SPECIALTY Il I I ItfI II I o8 K DAVIDSONI en1isrUIQKMAS KKSTUOKf Office over Oowgill Sr Drue Store jCITY BARBER SHOP I T Tjjwy old customers Wo are her to stay Nobody will appreciatp you patronage or take more pleasurw iu try iugto pleaso you than ve old reliable barbers R U OAUWELI WLL uOwaLL Mothers KtVho would keep their ulilldrrn tyi good health should vnlch for tho first ytnptoms of worms nUll rrnwve then i tH Whites Cream Vermifuge It iis i1i cuildrens best tonic It gem dit igtpiton at work so tlmt their food do lthemgoodi ud they grow apr lug tlUm land strong 25c at L F W S ElliM J t if via MemphisfirstIFor beginning October 21stoneway tickets Half the One=Way Rate plus 200Ifraundtrip tickets Arkansas MissouriLouisiana Trite for particulars and cost of 9kaloma ticket from your home towns TheCuttea nee Mm eoti t I thepwwtoars These trains make quIck ttmo taDd direct OO lnMtlotts forr all part ot tho Great SonthwestIt you ore seeking snrttrrpaeotokacate writofurafreeCopyof 9r handonu itustrunt boOklet Homes is the Southwest andThrough Texas With a gamer M ADAMI Traveling Passenger Agent Cairo 111 E W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticlcct Agt St Louis Mo Ld n LITHOGRAPH WORK Li tho Letter Heads Litho Note Heads Lithd Bill Heads Litho Envelopes At as low prices as can be done anywhere at Courier Office Hon Henry George of Wingo actedas chairman of the Tobacco Growers con vontion held in Mayfield Momlay to protest against tin methods employed in t his section by foreign and American trusts J 1 A Clling n nr rl I with n l lIt 111 101 tIC 15 1 hi nd his wagon She in quired of her companion the lenienti I and the girl immediately nn iol1Ir oat fields 0hn replied tilt Chicago nerltIVs ofton wondered how they made rolled outs Vmerlcnn lltulcers Assocatjnn Annual Meeting New Orleans Nov I 11ta AN XI At MRKflXU tJOU rims OFTlni OONPEDKKACy NW ORLEANS NOV 1116 t POI those occasions the tjbiln J 1 Uiio R P will make rate of ONE I I FAiUS for Uio Diiul trip frmn nil yoinls I iiur tirkets Nov 8 6 and 10 limited rurrHnru tn ilnjrs Apply to your homo Jigoat for iturtlcalars or write Jni MBoal A GPA St Ladle Mo It iis rnlatptl Hint recently n geed J3 tl0linL and a good Baptist cleryy iii in gut to talking with each ailt+ r at a chuifi vial 1 drcRiHfd 1 VilA 111 IKUVCO and HHV no Biptista there ro markpd Ithel MeUiolt 1 inquirod vliore they nil wero and was told they lii ut yet arrived Lint were coming byjjI water I dr mipd replied the i iJflplist c that 1 wits in heaven and saw tit Methodists thorp Upon inquiring I tvas told they wore all outside the walls on six months probation t 1 IIlcearehp8 in nioilcru sciences con = I to hold out the most UntUring pruuii cH Ihiinnn beluga are U tlcIfinRnr tho ills that OffillJ arc heir to urn to disappear and PWhaps cVf n death tuny have no torrors These arc only u few of tIm bolas held out by nioileru science but there is still op port unity for other wonders Tho most htiles iunlid aud tho most expectdjoy of now lifo o Iu Aomo teases whore the hot water cure Lr indigostiuu is used with dh crotion there is really much Jtenolit t Honsolceopiuge t I otten at such u toiupraturo as to scald iI thot n 6 oand palate in drinking it instead of curius iudigestibu it will make it worse 1ho stomach doe its work to beat advantage whou food neither very much above or below tho normal temperature of the htimnu Iwdy 11is consigtitd to it Kfsiil ErTg A Oo at Foliou harp ah order to buy tma llegio contract t t supply the Itill p guvortutiontt00 pounds of thOacco so it is reported 1 tie cash fund placed to the crediti 51000 th above local concern ia said to b id i CAME HOME TO ROOST moleainon8 jadgmout approved by a flock of turkeys after the decision had been referred for final adjudication to tho latter has just come from Lower Provi donoo township Montgomery county The flock of binds in question has Strayed from their own farm homo as lirkoys wll and had boon cooped up tbythe distant neighbor on whose IfCllC ahrnl1Cforo C5 proposition from the real owner to let the birds settle the question for themselves prevailed Ill forfoib the lot if they dont go home proposes the Owner And so yon shall responded the justice Turn thom loose The liberated turkeys as if they appreciated the weight of thoir new legal responsi bJlifcy wont iu a beelino to their home roosts and judgement was entered for the plaintiff tla hIklletCaklK t 1e astetsellsng itrtiele I halo lU my store writes druggist C T Smith DisII throat and lung diseases who could get tio help frcm doctors or any other rem phsiciau gill guarantee satisfactiou or refund sizesWf RAISE MORE POULTRY One hundred dollars a tlay income for a larger part of tho year from a fjirm of f micros is not at nlthlulrDlfut- is what Mr Henry Van Urcaiersays ho gets from his 200acre tacit nt Cobbles 1II09hbeUortime to poultry HP grows tho iced lrv nerds for his cicke9s but poultry pro uclsaro what ho is alter Jbkhn upwards of 1200 white LeghonPlmns and h nbtahiH from thou u continn F ons supply of 4g 6 Indeed ho has found the means of inducing each hen Evtry CKKA and fat young t fryers to market and tho demand is always broodat fair prices Tho ohickcns are housed in ai tuildui JiG feet long and 15 feet widerrge hatching is lone 4 y the incubator method Mr Van Dresser studies his ohickons ctrufuUy and applies scientific principles to thtf taking dire of thornfWAGO J AND TEAM BURNED HAULING A LOAD OF DVNAllITEi fOn Tinvdiy Mr J E Forsylho wnq dyuminmiteliroumt eilgeofTonn to the Levee camps near Hieknian On tho way from Home cause not known tho dynamite i igalJllldouiughifown pwffty Tie team frightened WiMlgid the wagon against a tree and In this way thu wagon and contents worn ertirely destroyed one mule b irnt to death and till other nearly so We understand that thrro was no ex Illusion Tho levee people uso tho dynainito for uprootiug stumps trees Le GPIi Right to the SpetJ IIHItpain or irritation exists ou any body tho application Bar f lards SUCH Liniment will give prompt relief It goes right to the spotf said r I toII write I have used Ballarda Suow sercitloj years and have found it to be a Jiao lremedy for ail achesand pains1 I1l recotnmentat for pains ia the throat PeWS Ellison i1 f I lit 1 ry r r t r f 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor UICKMAN KY OCT 2192 Capt Winslow Must Go Capt Winslow the US Engineer in charge of levee work from Cairo down has been transferred to Wilmington N qaud is to be succeeded ou the Mississippi yCapt Lucas The Boards of Trade of Memphis and dif ferent Lfveo Boards petitioned the Department to retain Capt Wiiislow on account of his familiarity and ox periSnco in Levee work but the Do partment will not reconsider its action Tuesday Nov 4tn Tuesday week Nov J is the general election day throughout the United States for Congressmen Many of tho States elect Stato officers Bear m mind the date and day if you want to vote Tnko the whole country over there dQeS not appear to bo any general outhnsi asm or excitement The Democrats ex pect to control tho next congress and certainly have the prospect of making considerable gams m The leading Kc publicans however claim that they will hold their own and that thuy will old control of the next Jongrt ss WaterWorks All Right Mr Webb of Fulton who had charge of overhauling the Ilickman Water W ris innonncts the pumps and machinery now all right and in first class condition anti he sees no reason why a comptent man ought not now to operate it without much trouble This applies to tho machinery He says however from his information that the pipe or main in tho tunnoll running tothe river said to be disconnected ought to bo connected sy d that a screen or protection should bo used to prevent pumping rooks or gravel to the pump Sc With this remedied there appears to be uo good reason why the plant should not bo operated satisfactorily THE GREAT STRIKE ENDED Capital and Labor Biggest Battle C Ever Known in the United States The great anthracite coalstrike which has been on since last May is practically ended Tho opposing forces tho mine operators on the one side and the mme workers on the other were brought to a consideration of terms and conditions of settlement through an invitation of President Roosevelt for the leaders to moot him in Washington for consultation They did meet Mr Mitchell tho hood ot the Miners Union proposed to submit lildhe dueatitms nttssn uaiden Roosevelt This the mine opera tort refused but demanded of the President to protect thorn in the owner ship and Control of their properties by u eofthe army or such forcehR was ne cessary For a time it seemed that the effort for a settlement was a failure The mine operators however under the leadership of Mr Mdrgan after wards agreed to submit to a commission to be appointed by tho President they describing the qualifications of tho Membership of said commission but refusing to fecoguizo in any way the Miners Union The President named the Commission and tho mine wof3ers true to their promise called off the strike and submitted nil questions to this arbitrament The Commission meets in Washing ton and will probably be in session the whole of next week before a settlement is agreed upon and promulgated All such settlements are generally compromises but in any event it will settle this great strike for the present +OLLIE JAMES AT HICKMAN The Democratic Nominee Greets1 the People Hon Ohio James the Democratic nominee for Congress iu this District addressed the people at City Hall Wednesday night on tho Issues of the1 1campaign His speech was well re- ceivedt and frequently applauded Ho t said ho had invited his Republican op r ponent to meet him in joint discussion k but that opponent had declined even at his opponents home where he had recently spoken Mr Jame speech was chiefly devot 4edto a discussion of tho tariff the mo nopolies or trusts the Fowler Banking Bill the Ship Subsidy and incidentally the Philippine and Huban relations He lid not discuss free silver At all atlive i wasithat the Republicans had accused tho Democrats ot wanting to pay their debts in 50 cent dullard whereas when they came into absolute power they im 11mediatelypassed a bankrupt law au thorizing parties to pay their debtsI without one cent to the dollar I His speech turoughout was far moro 1 1conservative than many expected ho t having been heralded before these pee pleas an ultraist Ho is a gifted popu larspcakerhas a splendid voice a- ndJmostexcellent delivery easily the best t hustings speaker in thisscction and car pable of exciting the highest enthusi t rasm among friends Of course he ex il I M 1 e 1 I i i- E j t 4 1 I N tV 1 Y iT f c T f1 V 4 kl r tfflQ + mT a l tT dO 1 Smith AtnbergBrotllerS Irh Mr C C Smith is now in the markets bii ujthe opening stock oDry Goods Novelties Nations =etc for our new store IIe u ritt4 that on the tltt lh ti= in bUYing he hus hx n ah1c tF rrt the + very latest styes in Dress 1oocls anti accoutIr at prie s low r than he JutS Pvt r htftr+ paid = Sob waiting one= J110le tsttkfor WI xI1 building the lntttr 17urG ofJwxt cLyu+ will see sometlring entirely ll wM =ir J F 7fJe T r co 1 i y iie a ii a i J LttI us assume tUnit your shoes fira Now what next y Whnfr is most iim taintI t rn jnesn aally STYLK fDel that a slum siii fill 1possess sfylo a + styltf yon want it if it half tY 11 1 but rvervthng else you rrhH it I hI style of ncDrniN unique It csinn 1 foe l1 1 eated 1 by any other maker J becans Dorothy Dodd is fl tottllll ditItrput eons E lion from any other ladIPS shoe made ht1lir foot firmly at the waist thats the instep previ l- fg iiht toesI from slipping forward isms jrive a eon t poise in walking It makes the foot look near whole size smaller Thats curious and you w t= believe it trill you see it lust for oneo try i S stvleof a f a 4e rJ They post ti 300 t6 P R Of coarse Wf will give you particulars of tho 4000 prizp ofa C Hold Exclusively By p = l E s L c4t 6 cites the rabid criticism of Republicans and those who differ with him politi cally but rou ulIusafnhrljnnnnt Ull ctcntlls of said criticism as wrong and exaggerated In properties as the vote may be cast in this county he will get the full vole usually goes to to a Democratic noiiiuro lie woo friends here and aroused some i wrty enthusiasm EMERSON ETHERIDGE DEAD A notabje lift has closed in the death of Emerson EUicridge He tines tow Bring figure in the strenuous day+ t of Tennessee politics lie cotuplbted his 83d year a few weeks ago lie served three terms in Congress and was Cl rk of the House in tho Thirtvsevaiith Congress lie was defeated for Gov ernor by Win G Brownlow in 10G7 served in the State Senate in 1860 and was defeated for United Stator Senator in that year His last service as n public oilicer was as Collector of Cus toms at Memphis in the early nineties He was tho last of the Teuneseans who served in tho Thirtythird Congress Only two are Mt who srved in the Thirtyfourth ogrossJohn V Wright and John H Savage In the Thirtysixth Oungre s he Served with Robert Hatton Horace Wm T Avery lleoso B Brnhs n Thomas AIL Nelson James H Thomas James M Quarles aud W B Stokes Mr Ether idgo is the last of those to pass away For the past two years hi stealth hot been declining and his intellect waning Shadows gathered about him and sor row came to him but ho mot thorn grimly One of the links that bound the past to the present went out whet Emerson Ethoridge passed away aTHE OHIO CAMPAIGN11 Mayor Johnsons cauipiign iis cer tainly the most novel of any iu history Its a circus in everything bat the cir cus ho having his huge touts long car avian circus manager and circus ex pense account But he is rich and can afford it There are about a3 mauy Johnsons and Joneses as there are Smiths in the United States but it in doubtful if any are quite as original strenuous and successful as Mr John son of Cleveland and Mr Jones of To ledo 100 Per Dozen For a short time only 1 will make Cabinet Platino Finish Photographs tit 1 per dozen I meet all competition in quality and price A SROSEOALE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION- IThe second meeting of tho Fattot- CountyTeachers Association will he held at Cayce Oct 26th A good program has been prepSfod Teachers and all friends of invited to attend M FOR SALE Ilorso amr Baggy Horso perfectly gentle Soo W R Mattock the Insuranott Man Care Sheriffs Office THE STRAIN OF SOCIET uTTUIIIIUI Mynteni IIIIH ture In KcviiIiiK lit the Lufr Ion Swim Te1 enormous strain upon the sysjcJ se1 luring a London season mustr p Lu e either one of two results It1i II ucate the brain and body to lultlIijiire than ever their ancestors were I upun to endure that is to SJj it iii t kill the present generation i ir i ales1 a new race of men tnf1i Ikfore this last ronauinina i 1is rojnlud and for the sake qrii I iH frailer iiemlir of society it tar vii t a consider whether nothing MI Ie dune to relieve tlieiiitolernbte irj lea flf a seasut writes the Im- JdJ Link lioMoitioii and cxivrpl vno induceI the belief t11ay lane iiT ihe tleatJH the opera ft nie anl all tlie rest of Itn tji 11 in teuseh s f ou e weariiwal n Ymsini Vhat roes Item ti vvei kea + ilv upon the bruin is i Inc nneii life ln oker for utnui ILI1 not an hour of a thy tvaH iit for perhnpi1 several weeks Tilt loiijfdrnWai euifjipeniMtt list hay pnisriu ttt ii OCl the mind ll oime of servitude H k i t s enlniiv it loie rooiwi HJI t rr ri h Iput e Jai If e L CS t J ll NV L Vunst Uuau V Ij c I 1det attis LI rsrJ 11d IrJrct tiL In a quiet t i nt i M ry n lit It li iL V lilr e- Gstirii JI I rl- t Jf Ii i Iade V Qf i c Ien r 1 I J 1 1 iK y1r I pa 1 1- Lu a Lt 3 t rIce ttcl IJ 1 L I t 1t I t 41C a rt SV v tusnJ I Ir4ra r a vie and learI Iw i i4rrte Ie ttri4t- r n 0 1 rctarrk J r rlii r r x ewer tLl I i i iIn tKVi e iti4 k rs ill i i w n hi I t ii i 1 I t t t n tLc it s I J t Good mixed hay fOr I teALEX w rt rlAJ 7 11 r cIIrOur Wraps Juckota and Skirts tilt IK w iwly for your iltsjitetio11 II cSKIRTS DRange in i riee from 1 to 1 5 iliirII i 1 1 Sk i irls ig oxford gray the jrnlar 4I hindi 1 1ut Ladies Walking Skirts box pi black navy blu mix fdl a O l Swell Djess Skirts cheviot serge 1 I1 navv =10 skirts at 750 =A beautiful line f Silk Skit up to Jackets and 1t1 i ildnns tt Cloaks 1 r to 250 A larire nu 1 r ofl iIIpl sea tg sons latest raclThe Monte Carlo 4t GOYS CLOTHING W We have just1 received new lotof 1 Bovs tulip f ltthlllhnrl1c Hl null ThrNspiece sn s 01 ex- ellent fabrics wflImwpnul siibstiilivi liiid CuIWJ t 1yIiOLf Nobby Norfolk Suits all wool navy bine cheviots 4 P BOVM stylish loubI Bieisted Suits of excellent lure wool cheviot cloth pants with double sent =only 5Also a large line of Mens Clothing from 8 to p 20 j We the agents for the II aver Gun rautwd Hat for men See our line before buying elsewhere JTSmiTH BROS 3 ililCKMAN KENTUCKY UUUt11U1lBUNlIIIUIf11U1l1ddd1U16111141 UESdeasedd d dddA W WAUWmUUu Mayuard Saturday education IIate jri11 0g i L a NEW STOCK C THE OLD PIONEER HOUSE AND DRY GOODS REGULATOR OF WESTERNKENTUCKY o SnapShotsqualities and Fair Dealing j I My stock of Fall and Winter Goods is now in and all now ready forf com paris on in style quality and price with any in this section My constant aim is to buy the best goods that money Grill buy 5fltll1 St andl l I invite everybody to call before mak1 ing their 1 ill chases7Tc will do all we can to satisfy every customer 0 0HR ij h AMBERRG Jlickman Kentucky o Subscribe the Courier I 11If 1 f LA It tA MARVELOUS TREE r I Inlni in Dcnsll Which Ii 1ut to haul- t Cso by due Itoplc of That Country Undoubtedly the most marvelous tree in the world grow in Brazil It lathe carnahubn palm and can be em ployed for many useful purposes sa31 the Boston Transcript Its routs pro duce the same medicinal effects as farsapftrilla Its stems afford strong light fibers which acquire a beuutifn luster and serve aN for joists raft ers and other building materials a well as for stake fcr fences From parts uf the tree wines and vinegar are made It yields also aii saciharine substance as well as n starch resembling KU gO Its fruit is us d for feeding cuttle The pulp has an agreeable taste and the nut which is oleaginous and emulsive is some times need II a substitute for coffee Of the wood of the stets musical in runientu water tubes1 and pumps are wade The pitch is un excellent substitute for cork lint the stem a white liquid similar to the milk of the cocoanut and a lliir resembling nuutim may be extracted Of the straw hats Iii kets brooms and mats art mad A considerable quantity of this suns ini shipped t i Europe and a part of it returns to Bra ziliiulltiaetured into hats The straw is iilt o 11 i r thatching houses Monon r r ojt is extracte l from it and likiw i alkali used in the manufacture tts t1soap TOMBSTONE AS HV1ENCE rmllortnn e of the li x Hiitlou In n- ICniixiix CIIy LnniiI fur Iroperty ItlKlilJi The title tu KJIU City property valued at over hull a million dollars has been clouded 1 by e1 uit filed in the circuit court there by the heirs of tin late Xancy Priddy The property according to the St Louis GlobeDem ocrat includes 52 acres in the fashion able residence district Mrs ridsiy died in 18W It is tOutended by her heirs who are residents of Central Point Ore that the was 60 years i- dathe time of her death while the de- endanta f to the suit iiitmtain that she was 66 years old Iu this point the suit JcarSoldagemowposed of her property here in Ih52 There Is no record of her birth the only evidence of her age being her tombstone and the claim is made that it has been tampered with The tomb tone a plaster cast of which was niiitle in Oregon for use in the trial shows this record Aged 00 yearsI but the cipher loukas though it might originally have been a6 and It will be left to the court to decide whether it was or not If the court declaresiler thethpAPfhvTHE CITY DOGS HABITS Will Quickly Aim WIT to Hello Hut Doesnt Knoir the Mcniiinir hlstlerIlogswouldnmnythingssmallertoyvnaWhen you want a dog in a small town or the youwhistlea whistle means whistountied and whjstlingtostringMo1 ntthlordlnarycallThe withthewill fre whenlieany eAom on the street when he is maymake tied up in a backyard but streetsYoupiltslntJ ors An ordinary dog will follow 3- sailor when bylybodyare peculiar llenilly Duklte Snake One who piss been allover theworld said to a WYInrtiniquefriendbe compared with the Australial tires you have seen of sin a long nd snake with the evilTheyouareenough to killonewithout killing Its mute the hitterwill follow rentorsetclylikeyoucampwillkillyou itspartner NOTICE All againstthoarlherebrlfuiredhisocecutrforpaysm1902E JOHNSON2t BrunhesLookeruptionsbJolchcs nthavousesBuckleDsthe face Eczema Salt vanLshchappedforpilestoro drug nelhcrJWodeliveryourSOOnasaddednnolhefdoliverywagoufLEDJORD oS RAHPLE f s v vc S = 7- t It t L t= = 4 LIIRtt c 4 M 4YLl GdiR rJ121rS 9ilal alt 7Q NEW RACE OF WILD MEN dlsrovorvhasi 3r Paul and Dr Fritz Sara explolrs ing that country they found a race of wild men concerning which nothing was be i fore known On their arrival at Macas sar they heard a rumor that c in the mountains of Boni wild men were living who wore so shy that no one was eater able to get a view of tliemand who hid them Slves in caves all day and cpily worked at night In Slacassar hardly anyone be lieved this rumor neverthe less the explorers determiner to make further investiga tons and thu they learnedt tilat these wild men were known as ToAla or 4 1yfcbodmen and that theirt tHome was in the district of ijjamontjong tlis Rajah of r Which exercised a sort of su 1pervision over them The explorers next sought the Rajah himself and after they had flattered him and given him several presents lie consented to show them some woodmen The speci1 knells exhibited by him com prisedaI man two women and a child t whey were very shy create lire most probably the de I generate descendants of some race which formrrly held ludiarzI arcnipelago 1 According to the Rajah the ToAla live in the for ests of Lomontjong plant a I nlonogaImolls do not know how to ooiint and never tell lies lIe also assured the Sarasin brothers that the specimens which they had seen wore thereamunyo elOw T pt1ta1 iltU lintlwhom it was dangerous to approach as theynever failed to greet intruders with showersll- j qf stones r j FULTON nOT A PAUPER THE OTHER COUNTIPJS OF TIE DISTRICT D low will bo foqnd tho nniios of nil the bunlloa in tho first congrosaional district showing the not revenue from each county and also tho oxpondilnras 1 cxceqjling the revonnoe Tho fiiOt IIHIUOH are tho pauper couutios and the amounts they are forced to draw fromt the State to finish paying the expenses of thoir county governments Usillard S J14360 Oaldwll J 5535 10- Galloway u 8747 97 CarlisleT1 I 4476 24 Gritle tli 7407 8C Gravcso i352 16 HjckiijaiTi j t 821 57 htvingstoit 5080 20 JJouw J 829 50 Marshall L 12058 48 09J80 Total 07548 11 TIoroaro only two counties in the district fault art revenue payine coon ttcjtainl they are as follows hnhuu181s 3s tifCirahken 41J3 01 Total 5460 2a The above amount which i3 the not revenue the State derives from those two counties dedncting from tho total expense of the pauper counties shows thatthe expenditures all of the coun t r ties in the first congressional district exceed the revenues hy the enormous sum of62JgiSS In tho Stato there are J 5revenuopny Ing counties und 81 pauper counties There are only 21 pauper counties iu the State that draws out of the State treasury more money than Marshal county Mayfleld Messenger I RICHEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD Tho Osago Indians of Oklahoma are said to have 83000000 cash on deposit Iu Washington and to own 1600000 acres of laud worth another 8000000 Their realty holdings give a per capita wealth of 4000 for every brave squaw 1g and papoose in the tribe Tho interest a cn their money m Washington affords Rnnnally a little over 300 to each E luemUcr olds middle aged stud young This makes the Usages the richest pee 1 e in the wotct- z JKgf z j- ti t r M 1Atti 1 o o == aii= LI T r- auadi Irr 1 JJ rlfr rll fj J i = Ir S J i I ItRA1d I tHHrdi I I f0iJIPI I sJ A =w TO saw trlC1I 1 I Ww Pl co Il rCrwi I 11 IIJ J ISII WhoPricos1iohan f From the clay I opened my Cash f Grocery Store in Hickman dates the lower prices for Groceries i 1Ck111till You know that this is a factt Each week thro the Gorier I have argued to convince the public that the credit systein was a heavy burden and that I could and would show them the advantages of cash trade In my sales you Iknow I have Iproved this to be be a fact by actual prices 1 thers havebegnn to see facSyhen I have demonstrated them and havei llowered Ion special articles Bear in nIrudIthat my cash Iprices app1rto1 anytandverything in stock There fore Cone to see 1t for if some cut ojif Willsomemeet thoir Iprices and111av do some fetter t CSaHJsrSl u TliRELlsZiDs- ri alf 4J = + jJ f1al1JL J LJO RD ON CHARGE OFf RAPE ACCUSED IX JAIL SAFK UIT SOMEI rURE1TENINI Jfen4ttolUtlcalicW hknrlIlIl s Judge KeMrby Mondayone I A 1itt being on trial charged with riping a wLoserestBoth p rte4 live at Jordan iu this DH ty and live with R Mr Waliu a res ident of that plat Litxio Fergnon ih rill orphan child I11 years old latitt FdArunty aud is being raised by Mr Wail lace The Court thought Um charge suflioienllr sustained to bolt Hit acl cnavd for trial1 b tore the next terra ofIJ the Circuit Court It is bclievI that i if the natiire of lh rhitrgc hail beta I fully understood in the neighborhood j where the offense ccurrcd that the ii citizens would have dealt summarily j with the IrisoiK Rut he i now in i jail and there is scarcely any la ftr o violence t jir C11lBU KATBS TO TKXIH 1 fftYiiifit JfteP 4Titt ftUtvil TrVninllibV 4rtJ ouch moij Lh the ebiilb52alt will wilt round trip tickets to Texas ArUansas iLouisaua Oklahoma and Indian Territory at one fare plus 200 for the round- trip j Tickets wilt be limited to three Wenks for return fllt i will allow Itott overs on the gOIUJt trip For fyil1tr Llcnhn and far handsome illustrated j pamplvls MHamefl in the Southwest and Through Tnxas with u Oirtnera write to W C Puller Dist Puss Agt 1J07 Main Street Memphis Teuucsaco CONTROL THE PORT OF LONDON 1 P Morgan is now Churl ed with endeavoring to control the port of London ca bles the London correspondent of the Tribune The f names of J P Morgan Co and the Atlantic Transport company appear among the list of signatures to a requi sition iq the lord mayor which has resulted in the i calling of a mansion house meeting for the purpose1 of discussing the best means of bringing London locks up to date This is regarded by some of the newspapers as a suspicious step on the part I of the shipping combination and Londoners aro seriously 1 urged to take care that the 1 meeting does not Mrb I Morgan control over the port I of the capital of the British empire THE CUBANS ARE UNGRATEFUL President Palma has domed in em phatic terms reports that the Cubans are displaying ingratitude toward the United States or that they are now in indifferent to the outcome ot tho reciprocity question says a Tribune dispatch from Havana- Vohavoalways been grateful to the United States ho is quoted as baring said and this feeling of the Cu bans will never change It is also our desire to have the closest commercial anti political relations principally com mercial with the United States The Cabinet and I are now engaged inconsideration of this trea and probably will come to a decisioirby tho end of the week It is learned there is obojection to Ibuttbcreaalhas i i ria r Memphisfirst ii 21stForplusroundtrip 200 i i I MissouriArkansas i and Indian Territories i Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town i The entln Bc1 I l theSSSSSSTr i tfTtti irt H w1Iloo I I ofihdcnI dwnR113EM 1 Iket Agt St Louis Mot i + I rt 1 T = =I tJr OJ tI z 1F3f x v r ecra I lat J4 Clai J NO FINER Slibe I i I MAE iOR WORN I i d fi I GENTLEMEN M1 I When you arC eut13 for some J + I thing different front tbo common run of 1i melf6 ill le as a JEyana isJ4I1li a stogy I ji TRY A Naikbv f Shoo I 9 All Lrathrs Ii = 350 aira r 0 I 4 r W r7f t U CSlrSiioa STOR j i J iit fIi i Rice fiaylor jSubscribe for tIll Courier and keep vp with the Jjil in advance times 1 LIVERY STABLE tli0S1Tlr H R DEPOT oP r j H POLLOCK Prop hiNt etas tarnonU buntfi 1 surreys OUtllOUlelliitroBBRfl solicited 1eleptiane 19 C E EAKEEi roceri1Powell Block Clinton 9- Illin 1nr1 rd ti Urrlrrplr KIM o JJQ It r7iA m ll wu t- q1t U ef Ifl tfP 5ffJ riteico fJltr1fttifi k r iJJGARUTHERSI B A I CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES ANB- CONFECTIONERIES I fwmiboryou get blueI tmding stauiiM With every lOt ciieh purchase CLU1 JON STRUTTl UICIUUK KKM- nTi nhono Number 90 V T THE NOSS I olnim no horse will harm a man Nqr kick nor run away cavort Stump suck or balk or ontomaran- I3f youll tel treat him like you ort Hut when I see tho boast abused And clubbed around as 1vo seen some I want to see his owner noosed And just yanked up like Absalom Of course theyg liuToranaG In stock A hOM think has a little oar hockiWhit ono thats thick in neck and chipt finnlcoJrace Hell have to take a second rank And I have just llaid back and laughed grasAtLend out at flrst and como in last Uch boss lots his appointed place The heavy hoss should plow the soil The blooded races he must race And win big wages for his toil I never hetant never wrought Upon my follow men to betAnd vot at ti tuns Ive often thought Of my convictions with regret 1 bless tho hoss from hoof to head From head to hoof and tail to mane I bless the hoss as I have said From head to hoot and back again- I love my God the first of all Then him that perished on the cross And noxt my wito and then I fall Down on my knees and love thehos James Whitcomb Riley 7iiiThc oxciteineiitiiicidcnt traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea and for this reason no one should care homo without u bottle of qtarrhQea11 OoYgi11 c ij T c OVERSHADOWING ALL OTHER ISSUES SO DECLARES CLEVELAND OUR FORMER PRESIDENT Now York Oot2iTo a representative of the Evening Pdst who asked him his views in regard to the outlook lor and the duty of the Democracy in the approaching congressional elections former Presidenrit Grover OldrelanQ said v v Jr It seems to mo that if the Demo racy is really in earnest it cannot foil largely to increase its representation in tho next Congress but in order iofdVfto j I think that there must be n constant and stalwart insistence upon the things which are recognized by all to bo true Democratic doctrines Of course by far the most important of these is tariff reform On this issue I am satisfied the Democracy is faceto- face with a great opportunity All of the signs of the times point to a recognition far beyond all party lines of the benefits which would accrue to the peo pro by a readjustment of the tariff and it would be worse than folly for thc party under the stress of any temptah tiou or yielding to any allurement td permit this to be subordinated to or overshadowed by any other issue The present restlessness in Republi can circles on this subject often amounting to protests against KepubH can protective theories should warn the Democracy of an impending dauger 1 mean by this the possibility that our opponents may crowd us from our posi tion on this subject if we allow tHorn to do so by our lukewarmness and indif ference and to occupy our ground just as we permitted then to crowd us from the ground that belonged to us on tho question of sound money fIGHT NOTE WNDSD I am Wry much pleased with tho de li OrlOCQ of tho Now York Democracy on tic tariff issue and it was fit and proper that the Empire State should sound thO first note It is my clone conviction that the best assurance of success for the Denim ocracy in tho next national campaign will be found in a sincere and unremitting iuhUitonoo upon Its old time does triui of n fair and beuoftoiout tariff readjustment This insistence should bo ram now on It uoel hnrdly be said that success will depend upon the pre sentation of tariff doctrine but only oqgnizvd as truly Democratic by those who uiiiy be termed veterans iu the par ty but also commending itself to the hunts of the younger men ofour laud TllOlI lIds of those await the opportu nity tnMDOQM iv tyiusu wliiuh must up vjH tcr disSntor stpd l oW vcoU try and which is bused upon thoughtful rayitrd of all onr people and r the safety of the institutions under which we live To theen young men no hope is offered for tho realization of their patriotic as pirations except through the conscien tious endeavors of the Democratic party CAT UNDERSTAND IT I win at a loss to understand by what process of reasoning the notion has grained n footing in certain Damocrjitic quarters not only that no importance attaches to a Democratic ascendancy in the next House of Representatives but oven that it might be advantageous to party prosposta in 1004 for it to contin- uo in its present minority now Politi eel warfare ought to be regarded 03 con tinuous and if the results battled for are worth having at all they are worthy of onr best efforts at all times aid un der all circumstances Constant vigi lance and unrelenting attack are essential to victory Armies are captured by first driving in tho F ontposts M cannot believe that the bright prospects of tho Democracy in fhe pres cut campaign are to bo marred by any lack of hard work antTstrontnfu light f ing isi A Typical South African Store H Sune1aJsRi1rtypical ol South Africa at which can bp purchased anything from tho proverb storpcistho noarctit railway station nnd about + twentyfive miles from the nearest 1 town Mr Larson says I am fnvortJil with tho custom of farmers within a ra dins of thirty miles to many of whom I have supplied Chamberlains remoi t dies All testify to their value in nx household where a doctors advice iai almost out of the jucstion Within ono silo of my store the population is perhaps sixty Of these within the past twelve months no less than four teen have been absolutely cured by t Chamberlains Cough Remedy This tCowgirlt Ills Lire In Peril iJ 501 just seemed to have gone all l to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliOBsness and a lame back had made life a burden T couldnt oat or sleep and felt almost too worn oat to work when I began to use Electric Bitters but they worked wonders1 anynthingjoy hard work They givu Tigoroiw thealth and new life to weak sicklyruu down people Try them Only 50c at 1 Cowgill S OowgilPs drug store Tlobest physlcOku berla B H totakeCosvgill L Co i1t ir w Y T t 0 n nj KANSAS LIARS IMAGINATION WORKS OVERTIME TO HEAD OFF THE PACTS The championstory tellers o Kansas are making merry and ex ercisjng their imaginations to thtf limit in the effort to tell yarns that will keep pace with the greatt corn crop of the present season Not that there is any reason for1 exagerating the size of the crop but it js such a greit one that the liars feel galled upon todo their best in order to keep their storiesI speaheadMost of the efforts of these modern disciples of Ananias are based1I on the height of the stalk or thes size of the ear The first tale of the season origi nated up in Jewoll county which1 5 for matiy years held the record asI the banner corn county of Kansas According to this story a lad went forth into a cornfield one day t and foolishly attempted to climb a stalk He caught on nil righ the rapidly growing stalk carried j t him up in the air faster than he could come down His predicament attracted at tention and men went to his as sistance An attempt was made to cut the stalk down hut it aileaI forthe reason that it was found impossible to strike it with an a- twicein g the same plaQeII There was nothing to he done i and the men were obliged to leaveJ the boy on the stalk He has been up there now six weeks vitlr t nothing to cat but raw cot andJJ up to date he has cast down four bushels of cobs from which the kernels had been gnawed Htfar has heel given up for losttOn a Kansas train recently according to another story a travel er from the east asked the port 2 f how long it would be before the train emerged from the hutn 1 throughwhich it was pLssin uDis aint tunnel sal reJ1ccl1he i lporter fl WVsjist apassin it 0ss4dc Kanaasicoritbaltuud doiaII stalks shuts out de sun You wont see much mo1 daylight fob 22 miles1 lJ The Wichita Eagle relates th the other day the daughter ofa J Sedgwick county farmer went to her father saying rather there isII a man at our door who says 1 wants a job shucking cornHHow tall is he queried the old manii i cfAbout five feet two replied the girl Tell him he wont do 2 i was the answernilQ A liar from northern Kansas I says that cornstalks were used for a couple of weeks to support tel phone wires there having been a j delay in the shipment ol the poles newhichOh a small branch road in the state a train coupling broke Not i ing else happening to be available one of the train crew went into t cornfield cut a section ofa stalk and it answered admirably as a coupling pin untilIi station was reached where one of the regula a tion kind could be secured In Ottawa one of the leading stores has a corn display in one off its show windows In the fo retoground appears a lone nubbin bear tug the following card This on riosity is called a nubbin It is the only one we have been able to find in eastern Kansas This sp imen was secured in the suburbs of Ottawa from a stalk which grew out of the mortar in a brick w- Its surrounding and the fact thul the stalk was twice struck by lightnor ning as it towered above the build ing probably account for the dwarfed appearance of the earSThen there is a story offonecessity of using stepladders in harvesting the corn and the one which tells how the stalks grew so tall that they brushed the telegraph wires and interfered with these rv ice by grounding the circuit Asa matter of fact there is no uSe lying about the crop this ye because the plain simple truth is staggering enough It has been a 2 wr- f X i grcaji year for earn in Kansoi The steady rains throughout the summer kept it growing in the finest kind of shade and the cars 01rcourse no one knows what the yield will be butjt is considered absolutely certain that it will ex ceed the record of the state by many million bushels to MACE iN4 KENTUCKY CONTEST FOR GUBEKNATORTAL CHAIR SUItE TO BE LIVELY IJnmes D Black of Uarbourvjllp m a ech at Williamstowu announced Ins candidacy for governor This action completes the formal QU try of the candidates who will oppose Go v Beckham for realoetiQii Gat LScckham has not yet sail that hR would bo a candidate but tie is generally accepted as one singe he has not said ha would npt when jmssed Ant- I his friends tatofl un styak in th t story put forth hy ills opponent that he iis ineligible The two other candidate i are John K Lcndnakfurroor oHiKretw man from the First District and co- q I J llreckhtri lge former ntlonxy rnlta common ground the rice promises to develop great mtoreKf rGOOn CHANCE Cougrbssmau Charles I Wheeler has received a letter from th secretary of the navy authorizing him to appoint a cade from the firit Longra oual dn trict of Kentucky to the iaval tca sny at Annapolis Tho one appointed teas stun Inn examination at WnBhirt ni November 12 and Mr Who lor says if auy young man of the district who i qualified to take the examination titih apply to hint ho will give him a clunc tlO place ue applicant mcst have a tuft knowledge of tho history of til t world and a perfect knowledge ot th history of thu Ucite 1 States he must bo fnutil with mattivmitic an high as and including geomery stud must Ue well np iu geo raphv grammar reading and com03i tam Hostiles ho must be ph sic8hlfr rfeet or sum ielltJy so to stand the physical tests required to those cutor fug tho navy Cl51r Wheeler id especially particular madenseveral appointuionU and the young upon heretofore choson hurt tatted to tho examination t WAY OVER IN MANILA Unquestionably thore are reasons for President Roosevelts objections to so atny public documents beiujr issued from the government press and the proceedings iu the trial of the editors of the Manila Freedom for sedition obyectecourse to Americans the idea of a trial for sedition is repugnant for it is a return to tho days of that old Federalist John Adams whoa disro spect to the president meant flue and prisonmentinst as it does in Ma la today The two editors of Iree dom were disrespectful to Governor Taft They charged him with haying murderingeFilipinos to officeand now they pro iu jail for it- Governor Taft was one of the sses and his cross oxanttnntfon is witI structive Judge wrote asked him to IIhun dPr his administration und Governor mentioned eleven whereupon hJadgo Waite asked the following ques tion and received an affirmative answer QYou remember stating to tin committee of the United States senate I But I venture to say there is not n general or n commanding officer of the II insurgent forces who in this guerrilla campaign if the fasts wore known and proved could not be convicted of de liberate murder or of being accessory tho deliberate murder of some of his own people who were acting as umnici pal officers of towns under American control or furnishing American iuform1j ation AIsaid that j yes sir eCNow wouldnt it have been 1 splon did thing if that testimony of Governor I Taft before the senate committee had alluevcrbeen published by the United States government Of course it didnt have any effect on Judge Tafts court the jury impaneled in it for tho two editors Dorr and OBrien were con victed notwithstanding they had only told tho truth But m the United tates the fact that they were convicted r telling the truth about the govern snout of our colonial possessions will throw a flood of light on tho whith erness of our drifting NUMBER OFmrEaf AND NAMES OF TERRITORIE cThere are 45 States ift the Union I Mexicoari Arizona Indian Oklahoma District of Columbia District of Alaska Hawaii I Porto Rico and the Philippines 1 V I R U i 15 I W I CALL ANDi S EUSJrt1 1f ic1 ff receivingFreshChoice i hueel4ywnre lInw s rIce Gmoni Fioez era lnrglittsmaI1 A tut of useful1 Jl 1 l for lOco Plaj anti Bran Mil at w I wi f5 I I iwi ROGERS SON I I j f LEDFOBD HANDLE irQceries Fresh Meats d1 Hardware Qiieenswares and Feed Stuffj tom Ycrurry shin nisfttibinil inn firstlassevery t Grocery and no 11aia5 will be splrdjlo rlIIIH custuuttu intchlts3AfterA i LO i haiutsoino present TClhonr1 I fi fBooch lromjtly1 DeliveredlI i tI HICKMANI HRBLE WORKS j fy + IAB ISIIO18N j i j i I fOM DILLON Sr ProVr t J ISeuor to a C lt4Hi if i1 Marble and GLanite Monument I CUR73II G STON15 WORK of nil Kinds liMNI GlJttSIRON d may FARMERSI ANfilERClfANTS BANK u Cl3x oc Sfe Q fit 1 okanr y Basisii j I Tim1 offir I nldUCClllIltsGua2aJ11ki fJUiazit1 1r7l THOMPSONI 1 Cashier H BUCHANAN 1 rcl- DIRECTORS t IJUIIRKKKi f u B THKKLKKM I 1 WANTEDI TO CONTRACT FOR ELM LOGS LOADED ON CARS AHICKN MAT aS eEraeoUNION CITY TENN JI HTOK9IAN WAGON Cfl I MANUFACTUKKKKOP TilE CKIKIIRATKII zeXK4tfWA omfi i J I Rockbottom Prices0 Groceries 1r i j Staple and Fancy Groceries as low as th9 lowest forOaiih Call and iltsnectour coorfs and cam I pare our prices AviUi where Free dQlherycw I si it H BUCHANAN if csi Ji It11 I 1 0 T H1CKMAN BANK t b IIIGSMAN ICY- r I CapitalJStoQk Pnidl strongHoardFarmersAlercliauteof treatment consistent with modern connsen alive bunking methods R I OnshierC i I IIIU8 eSiov ana GfOCorg Billie and as a starter to give you i vareliIWithbought of him To wit a plate cup or saucer fruit dish etc You can get a a set of dishes a piece at a time and I as you see it will not cost you a cent j I I extra as you get your goods at the i regular price e in and look at my stool a f CURLiN II BLOCKOPPOSITE l BUCHANANi 1 OiSeS i1 NiiIN0 FARM PRUDUCTS The Pack rsf Comliim jP10 poses to wipe out competi tion in the cattle market as well as in the Pleat market It is a good big thing but iitt is not as big by a good deal1I as the great agricultural in terests of this country The thatrthe packers sell and distribute in refrigerator cars ear be supplied to the nearby points direct from the farm at reasonable prices and with a good profit to the farmer The smokehouse will againI become a feature of the ftirmt whenever the difference int the price of meat on the block and on the hoof becomes too great The Packers Combine can impose great hardship on the thickly populated eastern sections but there is to preO vent any little community from loading a car of meat and sending it to New York yTHE ATTRACTIVE GIRL Tho generous girl who from her baby ho xl would have given he head away if it had been loose and who will spend her time her money herself freely and happily in the service of all is very lovable She may have her faults Why not She is mortal but much can be forgiven because she loves with no I grudging stinted measure and love be 1 gets love so that the loving girl must be lovable The large hearted girl is sympathetic she does not want always to talk about herself she prefers to hear about you She really feels that you are a deeply iinteresting person and her appreciation shines out ot her eyes when she listens to your story She enters your heart and feels with you Her eyes grow moist if you toll of pain or trouble she I is all radiance if you recount successes she is inspiring stimulating uplifting all sufficing Bo she peasant or iwrin ocss stout or slim plain or pretty sl is the most lovable girl in the world SALESMEN WANTED to look after our interest in Fulton and adjace- ounties nt SalaryI or commission Address THE HARVEY OIL CO Cleveland Ohio r u Surplus and Undivided Profits 2000300 I offers Drop i iviSS nothing Ii oJ = I CIVIL WAR IN CANADA Ottawa Out Orto1RIf duties on American putuptheNorthwestconfederatiouassertedtmiuistorofthorepresenta live or the Northwest tin tho Federal cabinet is credited in this connection all denials to the contrary notwith ststl forceSirLlf 1n the subject of higher duties by throwing up his seat in the miuialry t propriotors husbeon + pulp for his setmovement would bo started if the comJJIdtoon agricultural im plcmcnts lIt found this to bo the al most universal opinion among promi gent then Other Northwestern reports indicate a general feeling pf unrest fiRn r ot Mr Tortes 1 ulttt JiIn1 1 j chief R L Borden the apostle ofMho t 4 prOtfctJonhnslbin his Northwest speeches between higher tariff andIt tVestcrli1nudI 1 ceptance in the Northwrst 1 t EDUCATIONS MAcHINERY 9 President Eliot of Harvard has juttered a thought on education For stimulating interest in tec nu schools it may proye useful Hut lOnjj contains precious little truth 1Doctor Elliot says that the cpnnnon j3 itheyjenl1cEducation in schools will Hole cradN cafe 1disciphunJeradicatCd JthoJ Vice and virtue belong to social con z Lf1American 1co11elcshavoformer the better Neither is respond toble for vice thoBgh the Jittcdhnhx proverncnt of moral conditions may be 1xtrtlY d we to bothf jt IrflHipl Dellverr When you buy you wast goods de 1 livered prowiptly We gwarilatee Itfiftf atTiMrelkeWs Plaoasi3- i iV Vr v 1- A t x n Of n f t r fpsT trMwnrdipshcnMi4ianMAllpyg1T I = 4i- M fe Ellison Store News throughitnotlayI you- DRbG DEPARTMENT I Iuihad 1 he We urcd it into the scaI ounceSo1Ieounce theremust be something wrong L If so they are mistaken The quinine wo hiaalldthe simple roasol that we could afford to doso und still snake a satisfactory i poI FT t i nil for tlc sanlo reason we are selling Castorsaat 29 coats inst ad of 35 Puna alt- f0c SYluy Figs at age Brono Quinine aG 19 Yint9Snith PhillTo i jlJc Paine s Celery Compound 79c and so on through the en raStocIk BARGAIN DEPARTMENT Sr f It is really surprising to see the uumljej of useful articles thatcari bo sold at I l t attlactlonAb conflisfcantly coming in f are priced so much less thanf usual I Today Ws ale recCiti iO 4 a big line of 1 ablets 3 to 5cont Jrh q alit3T sic I excellent far the 1 1rice1ricedat1 5 centC Iaiu t Ycize ovoicd Baskets ue n fiche flue Box Iutibr at a d111r1f 1i lc1a qnart would be cheap enough j one quart Dippers and half gallon OUpSUlcon1y 5 cents Websters Dictionaries are but 48 cents r Lamp Burners Hos IttniI 2 are but 5 Ti rsnf19ceutqJnJts tliaii elsewhere There are 25 cent Dishes priced lit a dime 1Itch tGcs rk selling afc a slime but are low at a cuanter 4iid1 wCrinijg1tt go Q1l an Kfiilfcho paper k wifch items that are ever abu iJLvBhfibomo see for youKSolf YoVcaji buy or not as you please MILLINERY LEPARIMENT r f k i seasonyhecause1 JU It is an everyday event for Ladies to cone bafclc to uS alld = 11l1 as that our Hats tim Hd very much cheaper than at other torewhile it i iiadijUil that the styles irO Mile prettiest shown If you have uotiyfefc turchasod yoiiiltjV l HnL vn should tie pleased to have you look though the stocjc l i i I DaY GOODS DEPARTMENT 4 This is the busy Depart Come when you may there isstir h re We feel proud of this Departments work this Falk Ifc shows a large stock a batter selected stock and heavier sales than ever before Nw customers have Been numerous and the old one are still with us Is it any wonder we are pleased Every line in this Department is showing strong values TakeSHQES for instanceVe Yllavo not made as much fuss over our shoes as some Ipeople Not but that thoy are as good aa others for we think there are none hotter thin the Dfamonu 1line But advertisement and bluster dont make a shoe good Isin tilt tit car r ftud the Diamond Brand has stood that test well Its wearers buy them again and again The fit and finish is as near perfect as a shoe can booBut the ease and Ar T Cl ll a eivoin combined citli rile Pjt r t fit ill L 1 as itS QtWjtkI AVesliow them in a great range of styles Pl 1C1s20Qto 350 Our yiYiMartlia Shoe at 150 we consider a very strong value Made Of Rue kill and solid throughout It possesses the style and fit which usually go only with the high priced slices JACKETS The Jacket stock has many pleashtsurprises in store for you InsleaiV ot a tow sizes m a few styles aar havedoeeiigIfUo quality Kersey lined with an excellent quality ot lining Tho colors aro BlaakV Castor arid Olive Wo eaudidutely think these Jackets wIll compro Ca0riblyw1th any 750 garment olf t where Unr 1 K O aJioletgt are Silk lined Fine Kerrey 1000 tacker luomade of finest quality Keno lnll are lined with Satin 4 Tliesc yacittalcDRESS GOODS and WAISJ CLOTHS l Tins line tHuniwnally strong Sal es have been heavy Stud reorders numerous The lino C IlfwrSCR Snowflfact it is freely Said we have theonly line in town Prices range from Sjceuts to 51 251 he yard STAPLE GOODS 1 Here are Bttiirn Domestics 3 yarils aeighiii one pound usually sold at Taceiit4 priced Yins a i iluil tsi A C napped Canton Flannel at 8y cents usually worth loo Outing lotus at 5 c neAUnionSuits n quarter heavy vests and Pants 25 Cents dotble IueelIoccuvotth fufi cents i are shown atadime J SEWING MACHINES x 11175 First class gnarantecd for 0 years and equal in every respect to the 3u00 Macfiincs sold liyngcut- sNKETSBL or u J3Ilan tw th willsoon he with ws Wotso tli ltf60 centst to Sloi ouio P it and soon throu l1ii store Ev9rythina is Prf1 aj CARPETS RUGS and MATfINGs n qe I IIevrlio show a stock of these Oar lines are complete Carped 2 = c lo 75c Rags 75co ltI 1C So Muttinirs 12J c towOor Oil Cloths anti Linolene 25c to GO cents V r CLOTHl11GDEPARTMENT iI g iaDfP1llJlu would make you thicktt was the nuly store In town and nn examinationj 4of r the- iancnat staekwould quickiyCORrinceyon that it is TIIE9lot1tlUg t9r eC 13ickrutaH Larger stocks ato carried z wOre atylwJ areshownlriee8l1rot kt+ t er slle are heAvier Wo tIo HOt adtcriise trasim ut our Clothing IttSI true we elho n suits at a low price 500 but these eraauytliing but trash They are male of strdug Bcrvice r AtrI t l I I everyIctess Tange 1 reapeet first arc1D9aJoo I Ic Yetdatcong justly that no Jferchaut Taylor Snits can UIrnts and otarpriceSare I Ifd1lyl Ieea r r sUITs Y L 3 PfeoeVwV s pie Suits rjoes ranging froM ilOO up to 3JO I IBoth DEPARTMENTi neaRHardtirniexIII i I II tuietii iK e yo iiow II of interetir JlOf wcsloW auLeibin Ilentiwg And CooltStores + I StGYailleAtiuK stoves start as low iw l5fl Cook Stoveg at 105 w wiwi EMeJs Steel Rite with Reservoir 20 WelunetheexelsMHcw the It IISen resters the bait heating storenaaief ii There arqpleuty of He tre presented to be wet g good HC the WitooawkielL m aa aekBawkdgemeBt that the Wileou the best HUttifc imdouDtedly is Biirais anything heals a room m Mye etinwteand will M d fire foc II hoar Fri iiirere so able VII I GROCERYanti MEAT SHOPv C ul t t r3iuuuuv CSlJ TNja I CLEIiW1lCaIltltRndenJoYlt tgocutt 1 AtifttlveCwH wlO taket+ k+teareih PobeirirS to take your orders into prompt in deiRyorr hoods S r II II semi rri it the pkttOrooErr stock ln roan and arcrytkit nI gaatttnieedi fnjak wo feeleo Mtitatitii w asking ryallNrpironageoh the groznaof i I II IIB1 STOCK BET ERV10tOWEST PRICES 11- k 1- y k I flNEO4C0O4 O In Ka Q1atL r i iir J yyr o J + + i vr m 11 Jn 1 J Ci i ij ii d r b f a IJiOtlC 1 m lila ITv ViY eyt7ty t6yCvts OIQERRATA Some SSiesol the courier this week are cmipusly dated Oct 17 which of COUrsejld ba Oct 24 MUtauoff iusitUtionlMoot is visitiiMrAlFans Miss ilsoJPatleison of Nashville it vSsiti rMiss Blanche Casev 10 i Mr W O Powell Jrbus gone into I tile iIyarjibBsiaiss lit Moscow iSw4 Blajets from 75e to 700 per pairti gnat brains at HC A 1uF A ujliay bo color blind but lie can ialwas 51 greenback when hayexit f v It Rf1tDeI11t to porsiinde yourself That4t HWH is a liar when ho toy nice tails2 ate ntyouil- lm I IrSpates who nIts barn ttiiiomn roturucd In li j hom figbnioii City Monday SuiyruyInJ nl II C AYnanoe- bS IIwott or lJarbontnl II hs- h i n her daughter Mrs Iv T- W ts lc i V Pocrol and f niilly httr U3 diy fur It jihwrt visit to n III C s or oZ Iuwlr ktt1 tatiiattlocs gn- t II t AMBEKtrK LVti0f f7 JuIt fJ 1 3nr 11 1 i Ja 11cklor i blUndkr 5 r 1 d f iir rttr u Jr d- U Ht w of squvilie N C tatttgSiCwntit thib steak th 4atr of life WIly iu I trr tt flic ttrur ant you gNc the b mtliu iunruot 1 titn AJ Paris Ford Bereadcs K Rolibins went to Union ii auiifir Whut for- tgrqesfro Trat who assanltqd titaurd i vhito wr nnu ii r ifd situ caul I gtlly lurrel in iiir tOf j g PS M MinipliH bolted the Re Ttit zttion and nouiiiiatcil Lr Contrrcs ud jillier ufr J lof Suaslnno Hour Nouo I Try It mo time tail you will other iat gushy old Western girl who proclaims herself spIritually the wife of- thtluteJiUl Younger might well bless horstats that she didnt become the other kiid i Su 1 fiouH boodler millionaire Ed BulTcrwJn u painful state of suspense as tOrWlJethct ho is to be sent to Con greFi or tit tlio penitentiary IHw Suus1iiup flour and you will use tvo Mltur It is tho favorite with the besWaualicx Mrs Jtn Walton and Mrs V G l= eule akd Mix Elizabeth Couley of cory t are visiting Mrs B T dOtlI Every Evening You will lied fresh Sausage at Thrrl JcoldV Phouo 13 W SKuriett the mill man of tiles cow ttiag iiv llicknmn Monday taking Orders ftM o his ojtfeellcut myiko of flour Cherryhy ylastIStiIl1l flour is tho flour price and quaKtj considered Give itlafair IrialI Jlr Jmcs Taylor of Cnbd Ky Visitedfrjind3and relatives in Ithe city hSL week = cIi ffr rJii OBonrkp lot sol his inter est in tjwjlijcledo Hbtel to Mr Dnrliam- of Iiipt llI l1rdJ comes iflU- mel1 Jgel1tJcmuuijnd a good ho tel min iFINE GU ifor sale cheap t HiN CowuitL r lho P th i t literary society of Hickma tCJ6liee tar rgnniZcd with a meinberjiil ot ten Thpy will hold sleekly 1 ijLates Next Monday the iuGttair4Whichwas the greater Gccr sbitJstoi tuNnlXllevuf That QraWe pair Mr and Mrs M s1n of No 37 will cetebcHte eMir iKMim wedding the fiftieth aa niTefMrV ltHr marriage OWL Dotes her IWfc I T1t4t nHUiy ns jfill and happy years wfitremsiiB for them is the wish 0 UMrfr friend 1 the NewaUaaaer TN eMhhtent of now iia hrtir in the Saiik ilnrbg the preset t ycarla said te b ft ex ceded anything thai bars errraeiewneclrot the same period of time Tbofeathk rapidly colwi- ntotheIx g ietiuRMArch I itrd Master or the Mw tMp ailee1i11 Mld Hs the Jftlir MIritC mi t 5 F HOME JMTRONAUE I dont ask home patronage except upon equal prices equal quality of work etc and upon these grounds I do ask It I pay taxes spend all 1 make rraougst you pod therefore ask your Vo supportA S ROSEPALE PLOW POINTS Take your Plow Points to George BUCK and haye them sharpened two or 25 cents Mr DeWitt Aniuerg Has been visiting relatives in Paragould Ark and also in St Loute Ho has returned honie and is brimfull of good ones on the other fellow Mrs Mollie Prather of Newborn Tenu isvisiting friends in Ilickmau this week ilrs Sallie Cross of Woodland Mills has been visiting Mrs Farina Stephens thia week Mrs Alice Hart who has been visit lug relatives in HicUmau has retnrned E o lierhonme in Metuphisr ia JfMrs JM Rcidfand Miss Kate lllcd attended the wldi1goflIiss Wilsie Cooper at Greenfield Tenn on Tuesday the 2Ist MISS Kato vaa a bridesmaid lIon T J Nunn Democratic nomi non Tor Judjro of tho Court of Appeals was itk Uickman yesterday mixing wiiii tM people Ho is a sure winner but wajits to see and uieet the people anyway D nw forgot to try a pound of Gol d111ip Coffee ut Lodtord Ruudles Mrs Obit Cox of Mayheld is visiting her Eisler lira JtunesJiuqu- a1rntl Irs Chow Smith lott Mon davIr Sf Louis Mr Smith goes to In jr oem1ds fir Siuitli w Aliiberg BKJT 4Mfi how JicniVill occupy their new llxiartrio Tyler Blocknext week yr JX 0i5ufiro and fantffoit u1i lay for It ploy Tenn He wil- lyr1rNylispatat Alinn Ark Mr EuacnaBiukomore tho popular hotel olork will rouirtlu with the new host of tlioLaGIodem 3olo trJato Stylo Shirt Valsts and Walking Skirls H C AMBKUQ Dick Blknml1 wife ofi1Union CifSpeer last Sunday eveningi with lIt and Mrs IZ1 Faris Mr J JI Dadds who has been visiting + his ions at Clarksdale M iShrs TCtiirntid home Mr and Mrs U A Toloombe spent several djs in Union City this week Mrs Susan Uarnott wife of Mr Jas- BJSrgabttof tho Davidsi QhupQll neiRh borhood this eoGnt3titidied j n Viday of V st week Sincere sympathy is vx ended the bereaved The adjourned terns of tho County Fiscal Court Tuesday did nothing beyond allowing several additional claims and appointing Building Committee The committee consists of the county judge and the magistrates of the coun ty and young Mr MuMurray as archi tect Sire admirers of President Roosevelt claim that he settled the coal strike Ho is entitled to credit in the matter for his efforts were not without iuflu enoco and effect lint tho man who really put a stop to thoStriko was nei ther Roosevelt nor Mitchell nor tins coal operators but Pierpont Morgan He declined to interfere for a long time but when the situation be came critical II suggested the plan and instructed the operators to submit to it They had nothing to do but obey Died at Hickman t Mr Evan Shelby formerly o this county died in Hickman Oct 15at S oclock His remains were brought home and buried at the Bowen Cemetery near Cuba He bad 1 many friends who deep jly regretted his leatIiMay Held Ipessengor KeanUfHl CowpIexlBHS s Arc spoiled by using any kind of preparation that fills the pores of h skin The best way to secure a elea complexion free from sallowueS piNi- pies i blotches etcrist to keep the liver inkQl order An occasional OHQoI llerbine will Cloanse time l o7cls regu late thQ liver unit so establish A clear healthy cowplexk SOqjat L 1W- S Ellison NOTICE All persons iwtolrfefT to tho firm or SteolMJJk k SMilk fsrHitaro ilenkn are resfwctfully requeMed to come forward and settle Tkk1 firm haviK been disolved all iecoMHtii iHNNt K ciosed Stiwii FsrJrSiirrii St HIULIC AIR On Taeilap Oc Ieh mi 1 octeck poeft ue ft1wilt oifwr ror MtMT to Vie Kifjbest Kttd heM Milder Oae w gba Dd gel TWi oil coca enMb rri4ow one bonw i Y waI oIdQft eider Stittl earpe it rt Inok ho f JKld and kiteheit furniture mudI Ii 41 c things UpiniiaMiSMW to treetaoa Tcrme rn tm dal of fmH Mae A Utrilatiwoet IIMqrtllqt DtleiaJ 71 Q- nii t4- r t JIt Nt L r7 J i 0 rSt wy t r I- Ir 0- i M L De Yea liaat to Xa1Rr I Felco1 shive lgsachiug in the bpuest lack of eaey hMtlacMjaBd great depression Them symptoms may be followed by violent headache eonditton ceres it Take it before the disease gets n fair hold though it will work a cure in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writes I have used your great medicine Hwrbiaef for several Jyears Thero is nothing better for ma laria chills and fever headache bilious ness and fora Woddpndfying tonic there is nothing as pjeoodt 50c at LPA W S Ellison t n fNo C ST L RB SCHEDULE f v V L LEAVE H CIQIAft 1 N03 Leaves i 50p ID s ioNo91Lcaes5 Ko 55 Leaves i OOami f ARRIVE lKo 4 Arrives 11U Pin c No 92 Arrives 720 almi Nr5JArrivcsn 8iOpm t 4 f + I1 7 IjI Dont Forget Z S j r tA tThat we have 1 a full linf of CHILL MEDICINES I and COUGH CURBS j t2 tit+ lls DRUGGISTS tij t i REELFOQT LAKE v INJUNCTION AGAINST HUNTING AND FISIIING IS DISSOLVEDr Union city Tenn Oct 22 4 Chancellor John R Cooper tof 1 Trenton has dissolved the iiijunc I lion which J 0 Harris of Lake CattmumtyLake filed against Shaw Sparks and others against fishing inor buying fish and game an the lake J for profit Shaw and others being required to given bond of 1200 This is but the beginning qf other 7 lawsuits and as an attorney reTv marked this morningtime JHiga tion in a few years wiamouut to more than the lake is worth Mi Harris permits a who wjsh to fish or hunt on the lake forprqWl to do so provided thgy sell their JV catchand hag to TC Burdick j who has leased these drivijeges for three years from Harris paying 4 him SI 500 per e1r Jtjfit LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIA II AND THE NORTH WEST VIA MOBILE Si torn RAILROAD One way second class colonist ang csettlers tickets will be sold daily durin f September and October to points in California and the West and North= t west Ask Mjk O Agents for par ticularso NI E LIE a RoDvos u r VilT6tefortho Next 30 Days ICmtHgtJfg J 1tIJMJ2Sct fit IRS aipertf t r + lor Lamp 2 Lewensde y2ePitcher 1bc 1 Plain Dish schmHt1 t1 of prices above ltnm rtdsort ng Jltfpr the celtbratedr t r Buck Ranges and Ia Cook St 6 V e5 S Tllc best store mtide Now the most finP1 l taut thingiJmyJil t lsa x 1 waR 1 t v or t IIJBt r Thafe is made all In ona piecei the bo tai ewcth 7 Gall and l lme shQify0Ur and be oonvmofKl I3ii4 JJtki jfIiPl16 will coiiyijifa JQu IItitr iillso tle Cpesc R4 t asthobest w I wU tar fgrtkarf hvIwfl sill y- ail IOL eitnie tEA ebeitptk 1= try t t- t i- Ot7I31X ewer + Ii ftn I 1 Ttf i j i 1j ItrE jSF lL I itili jz r 7 w WItT4ik r J I i 1r t ua s I I I l4I4 4HOiP 4J+ii j J S ri TJ 10tV J 1 E- f 1 S11 jot r ffJ II 4114 W Heating that the Cooking quickest cooker on earth stove has a bond its and quick work We also have most line of Heating Stoves ever brought to Hckman Dont buy before you examine our stockI Wo best styles and prices tQ suit everyone We are also to open most 7 complete Line eti3lckiilall We fin stilll in the I Buggy and Wire Fence Business t wo us when want emitl lite eQtftilly W S HENDERSON CO o= IRISH MAY REBEL pDublin tho west and south of Ireland show that a large number of the people arc nearer oopen rebellion than at any time since 1848 The physical force party is de hunt for the first time since Parnell be gan agitation and an insurrectionary outbreak may be expected at any time in tho western countries It is said that members of the United Irish League aro drilled and armed and that mauyot them would rally to help foment rebellion Letters have been r received from Americapromising abun da financial aid in the event of an up itSi tgj4h k TltJie action of Mr Balfour in refusing to give a hearing gi parliament to Irish questions has inflamed the people and incited indignation even in the Protest ant north Fresh Meats Always at Threlkelds 2 Wagons prompt delivery Telephone 13 A FREE RIDE Ts a fine farm of 102 acres 3 miles southeast of Hickimfu on the Dresden road If you want a fine farm con veniently located in healthful educat ed community call on or write to J WROHeV Hickman Ky TIME OF TRAINS AThUNION CITY North bNomtLeaves 1240 a m No 12 Leaves that days mixed 130 p m Bound No 1 Loaves S53p ni mNomo C S CLARKE C Bw lMtt ftr 8TLOCIS C M SHIPARD JNO M 8EAL- Lt Rllarfrat AIGaIrawrAamt- GIILL a ST Lens The Presidents sore leg is improving It will probably be well as soon Aa the election is over He is t bu honestly congratulated over the as of the doctors that no Eeiious or parwaaent injury will resmlt fro hie accident filbert T Mason who married Miss Anna Dana private secretary to Miss Susan B Anthony had a woman rights wedding The word obey was ceremonyr+ which was performed by the Reverend Ana Shaw the wellknown advocate of womans rights The question that naturally arises ia What are the mans rights ia this Barrriago contract If iohH the potetees who will oekthea l 4 1 J f I fiqc IiI yr- J I e have just bought a full And complete line of Cook and Stoves are now on ex hibit on our floor We have agency for the Peninsular Stove the best and Each guaranty for durability the complete have the preparing the of inplement Conw you soinethiug t I No4 South daily entirely surano Gilbert Opening Courts With Prayer At the Quarterly Conference hold recently at the Tulip street church res olutions wore adopted indorsing th action of Judge Pollard in opening tli I County Court with a prayer After commending the course of theCount Judge the resolutions continue as fol- lowS We do most heartily recommend toI the Judges of other courts of our Com monwealth the adoption of this meth od believing as we do that the firs duty of onrollicials is to honor God and in doing so they cannot fail to honor themselves and their fellow mena =Nlshvil1 Ani ncnnf XE3IlIIIS1 1 JtuitSiu XKWS I After several vexatious delays and breakdowns the new Memphis Morning News has overcome its obstacles and iin ii now issuing a first class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis and special correspondents in all the Mem j J phis territory and gives the newsof til sectIonIsuperbThe ap pear May 23th and each Wednesday thereafter Send for sample copies of the daily and weekly WHEN HE WAS CHALLENGED I The President of the United States might once have made his appearance I I I on the field of honor So at least one of the men who know him when ho was a pale delicate youth In tho west t has just been telling in some early recollections I of Mr Roosevelt A fire eating foreign marquis who owned land on both sides of the Roosevelt ranch was offended at certain alleged tres passings on his land and threatened to kill young Roosevelt on sight Roosevelt made inquiries to an overseer as to when the killing was to begin and then came a letter from the marquis de claring that between gentlemen such differences could be settled in only one way Mr Roosevelt went to one of is men and said I dont want t disgrace my family by lighting a duel ut I wont be bullied Now as I am he challenged party I have the privi logo of naming weapons 1 am no swordsman and pistols are too uncer tain soI will meet him with Winches ter rifles at ten paces both to tire until1 ne drops The result was a denial on the part of the marquis that he intended to challenge Mr Roosevelt and statement that he thought their dif ferences could be settled without any troubleLondon Chronicle INTERCHANGEABLE oQ 1000 MILE TICKET Are DOW going sold by the Nashville goomover Railway and Steamer Lines in the I Southeast comprising moro than 13000 miles Rate 82500 Limit one year If you expect to do any traveling with ia the next twelve months buy one of these tickets You will save money They are on solo ili1 principal ticket offices Where they are not on sale they may bo ordered from General1 Office through Ticket Agent WL DANLEY General Passeneer Agent Nashville Teenz r J Ii IJ sr 11t TJ 4O t t f 1 hjQt I Strk 7 s tx Ay1jw i rIHaving sold my interest in thtf Frir mtiiro tore of Stephens Smifliftaflr E If GUI rjiervby takoploasuriricoin publtpe a tiu liberal patronage received tJils StephensYwishing for the newr iucontinuance to public I STt TE iCiI Murray Times J The state fair held lately in iiH ri114 twrn Qtjgnch n grooming rnifiMIfnjJy nl111eaf A sho shown according to the see report It was such a bob tail that trio state donated 15000 and its donation of course Padurj k Registerl ff And this reminds us that Louisvillli not satisfied with wheedling thAiasi legislature into donating 3I5oiw f the peoples money to the fair Isltaow thisnc ll i legislature for 150000 more to expend in buildings for tho so called fairw ff- If this fair was so profitable to uotjis yule merchants as it is claimed nihenomonnlwe why not they as ones most intermits d andbenefited theItrite benefit at large If Louisvilles profits from thejfair was almost beyond estimate should not hesitate to ttbills and not have the people toe to do thefiddlerr Oat of Deaths Jaws When death seemed very nearfr troubleEhatIealSwritcsP Muse KiiNewg gaperfectrUlandCowiillsdrug store Coufo Mayfield Ky rOct 21 Luthej Carman the rteachert1Firston a serious charge He will 11nI1ittlenegro ofChaswhipped is in a precarious condition the d gministered rohavinglOf of the spine M Stricken Wiik Paralysis 4lendenou Grimett of this placewnsstricken with partial paralysis D1pletaJyMc emineDfpJ1ysicianmy wife recommended Crollhamberla Pain Balm and after using two bottof it he is almost entirely U MCDOSAtn flan W Va Several other careaGFojj cures or partial paralysis footed by the use of ItIooweverq cure for rhea aatisai aisprateabraises Sold by Cowgill di CQ nd r IC1It J f l stBREAKER Congressman Charles II Gros venor of Ohio sent the following telegram the other day to Clement H Griscom of Philadelphia ono of the heavyweights of the Pen nsylvania company and the Inter national Navigation company To Clement V Griscom New York Public sentiment in this section bitter against coal opera tors beyond description If con tinued will assure democratic cone tress and financial ruin Mr Morgan if he interfered and effect settlement now would establish himself in a position stronger than any living American The result would react favorably upon1 all his great enterprises It would be bettor from a mere selfish standpoint 1 than all thoOantlirncite coal in the country is worth but from the humanitarian standpoint be a benefaction I go homo tomorrow to face 9000 coal miners and with a minor candidate against me C If GROSYENOR According to u Cincinnati tele gram to the Chicago Record Ileruldre1 during tho f lust fortnight Mr Grosvenor has had conferences with republican leaders not only in Ohio but also in Indiana and Illinois At every conference it is said his fears I were confirmed MOB MEMBERS ARE IINDICTED Newborn Penn Oct 19Tho Circuit Court adjourned1 last night Perhaps the most talked about event of the court was the indict meiil of seven of the participants BurleyfoprominentFlatt a cousin of the man that Burley assisted to murder Will Lflatt the brother of the murdered wan whose life was attempted by I J NIC negroes R L Towns Charles Hoflitt Murray FjilhuiuI 1 andI Lyrod l JIlrpariicular parties were singled out for examples as it iis mid there were two thousand participants in the lynching The matter has rc opened the excitement here and there isl great falof comment indulged most of it condemning the grand jury for its action It convictionbcan ever be made in the matter Probably a large majority of the citizens of the county think that no good will result from the in butdietments 9 f FILEt1 Secretary ofState Hill has forwarded to the County Clerks of the State the certificates of tho nominations of can didates to bo voted for m November Several candidates including P 11 oviDirty Republican nominee for Appol lateto Judge and C II Linn and Leslie T Applegate Republican nominees for Congress failed to file certificates with Ithe Secretary of State Secretary Hill thinks this provision of the law is not mandatory but says it will depend on the County Clerks as to whether these names get on tho ballots PRESIDENT WILL VOTE Washington Oct 20PWhie 1 rest dent Roosevelt was unable to go to Oyster Bay to register his veto for the November election ho will go homo to vote The president is progressing finely toward complete recovery and now is able to move about without crutches or oven a cane but his physicians have advised him not to travel any distance for at least two weeks POINTED PARAGRAPHS Discretion lies a greater commercial value than valor Lots of people take 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