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THE HICKMAN COURIER
"C.ytrt Wtitrrn Ktntuikr Llks the Dw"
W. 0. 8PEER and J. 0. SEXTON,
i Editors and Proprietors.
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CASH IK ADVANCB.
Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky,
pottoQce af second-class mall matter,
NEWMAN CASE ENDED
SILENCE FOLLOWS THE COUNT'S
Gun ToUra Canted Entrance Shirt
Slaeves Required Prosecution
, Ii Withdrawn.
Mcadvllle, Miss. The Chancery Court
convened here Wednesday with Judgo
J. S. Kicks of Fayette prodding, to hear
the charges of assault with iutrnt to
murder ngninst Fenl Mlddlcton and
llunklcy llalford for the attempt on the
life of Ernest Newman, clerk of tho
Chancery Court. Sitting with Judge
Hicks was I A. Whittington, mayor of
the town, and W. J. Sullivan, Justice of
the peace, before whom the charges were
"The court assembled to hear the
charges npaint you," spoke Mayor
Whittington, after tho bell in the court
tower proclaimed the opening of a spe
cial term. "The prosecution wishes the
charges against you dismissed because
of lack of evidence to sustain the alle
gations. You are both discharged."
The silence following the announce
ment of the verdict of the court was
ominous. The. court room mas crowded
with friends of the Xewman boys anJ
also of the prisoners. Every man in the
court room was in his shirt sleeve to
how that he carried no weapons. At
the entrance stood a guard of four men.
Another guard stood at tho aisle lead
ing to the bar.
"If it please the court, I would like
to have you hear some of my witnesses,"
epoke Middleton, breaking the silence.
"Things have been said about me that
I would like to disprove."
The accused was informed thst the de
cision of the court was a complete vin
dication and that the charges were dis
missed. With a slight show of emotion,
Middleton expressed his thanks to the
court and bowed himself out. llalford
appeared pleased with the turn of af
fairs and hurried from the court room.
Two Cents to Be Added PostmaaUr
Oenerai HCaJcea Announcement.
Washington. An increase of two cent
Is to be made in the near future in the
fee for the registration of letters and
tnajl packages. Announcement of the
proposed change was made Wednesday
by Postmaster General Hitchcock, The
decision of Mr. Hitchcock to increase
the registry fee followed an extended
Inquiry Into the registry system, by a
special committee appointed by the post
master central. It was decided to call
in a score of registry officials of ripe
experience and ability from various parts
f the country for a more general meet
ing with the postmaster general. It is
understood to be Mr. Hitchcock's pur
pose to take up the registry system first
in considering sit branches of the postal
service for reorganization wherever great
efficiency and less expenditure may be
It is thought that the service may be
placed on a mora business-like basis
-without working undue liardship or im
posing unreasonable burdens on the pub
lic. By law the postmaster general is
authorized to make the registry fee as
high as 20 cents. In 1874 it was re
duced from fifteen to eight cents, but in
creased to ten cents in 187S. It was
reduced from ten to eight cents in 1893.
News of 'General Interest in a
8Y SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS.
Former Teller of Third National Bank
of Louisville Arrested on Charge of
Embezzlement Preferred by Nation
al Bank Examiner Johnson.
Louisville. Ky. A the result of a
consuming passion fnr diamonds nnd
fine clothes. Fred 0. Mlllor, who re
signed his position ns teller of tho
Third National bank, this city, Au
gust 11, was arrested on n charge of
embezzlement preferred by National
Hank Examiner Percy Johnson. Mil
ter's peculations are said to amount
to more than $6,000. nnd the National
Surety Company, Miller's surety, hai
iready paid $1,871.36 to the bank.
According to the officials of tho bank
tho examination Is not yet complete,
nnd the nllogeil shortage will probabl)
amount to JG.OOO. It Is said Miller se
cured tho money Interest fund due
tlmo depositors on their certificates.
SHUBERTS GET A THEATER.
Auditorium In Lexington Leased by
Them for Five Year.
Lexington, Ky. The Shubcrts, In
their fight against Klaw and Erlangcr,
lu.vc added another showhouse to
their list. ThrouKh a contract be
tween J. M. Perkins, of Frnnkfort.
end the local board of park commis
sioners, they get the Auditorium, In
this city, for flvo years, beginning
October 1, at an annual rental of $400
and tho understanding that the citi
zens of Lexington are to have the uso
r.f the houso free for all public func-
t'ona for which It was built upon tho
tjvlng of 15 days' notice. Something
like $5,000 Is to be expended In Im
provements, which, nt the expiration
of the lease, will become the property
of the city.
LEGAL TO SPEND MONEY
Under Sullivan School Law to Carry
Children to and From School.
IN GRIP OF WHITE PLAGUE
Out of 728 Children SOS Have Symp
toms of Tuberculosis.
New York. According to a statement
made by the New York Association for
Improving the Condition of the Poor,
28.1 per cent, of the children examined
at Sea Breeze Home, Coney Island, show
traces of tuberculosis. Tho tests were
made upon 728 children 381 boys and
347 girls who had been at the home
up to the middle of August Iu '.'03
tubercular symptoms were found when
tuberculin was applied. The tests wero
made under the supervision of Superin
tendent Maxwell of the .public schools
and Dr. John Winters Jlrannan. presi
dent of lkllevue and Allied Hospitals, to
ascertain the advisability of open air
schools for children from the congested
districts. Further tests are being made,
and a full report will be made at the
close of the season.
ALL QUIET IN MONROE.
Officers Wounded by Negro Are All
Monroe, La. All is quiet ia Monroe
sifter a night that carried with it much
anxiety to the local authorities. Fol
lowing tho wild rampage of the negro
Witt. Wade Tuesday, during which twenty-nine
people were wounded before
Waifa was finally killed, the entire pop.
illation remained in a state of feverish
excitement until a late hour last night.
This was Intensified by the serious
wounding of an unidentified negro in the
east end of tho city. The negro is al
leged to have said that Wado did not
shoot Jiulf enough white people. Several
hours earlier another negro was shot,
but it was not proven this affair was
sequel (o the Wade shooting.
Frankfort Ky. Judgo O'Hcar, of
the court of appeals, decided that It
is legal for the county board of ed
ucation to spend money under tho
Sullivan school law to carry children
to and from school In districts whero
the schools have been consolidated.
Judgo O'ltear refused to grant an In
junction prayed for by the citizens of
McCrackcn against the county board
of that county, which Is spending the
money hauling children to school at
fione Oak, where several of the coun-
y schools have been consolidated.
Judge W. M. Heed had held that thu
consolidation could be made, but that
the money could not be used, so that
Judge O'ftear reverses this opinion.
NEGROES ESCAPE FROM JAIL
After Choking Turnkey Into Uncon
sciousness and Taking His Re
volver and Keys.
Paris, Ky. After overpowering
Turnkey Allen Kaiser, choking him
Into unconsciousness and relieving
him of bis revolver and keys, four no-
gro prisoners escaped from the Jail
here. The fugitives nre Will Ier,
Hugh Ilogers, John Griggs and Robert
Hughes. Leer, who has served two
terms In the penitentiary, and was re
cently Jailed for assaulting and rob
bing young Perry Hutchcraft, was the
leader. When Turnkey Kaiser entered
the cell houso to lock the prisoners
Into their cells tho four negroes
pounced upon him.
SERIOUS RACE WAR.
Negroes Wield Razor with Deadly Ef
feet In Encounter with White
Ixmlsville, Ky. Leo Hall nnd VIeior
Dorrler. nrpmlnent young clubnien of
Louisville, and L. J. Prince,, a prince
ton man, of Wilmington, N. C, whoso
father is controller of tho Atlantic
Coast line, are In hospitals, following
a race war on a Fourth street car.
Tho young men had escorted ladloi
homo from a dance nt the Audubon
Country club nnd wero going home.
The car's movement Jostled one of the
vhlte men against a negro and a fight
started. Serious razor wounds woro
Inflicted on the threo white men and
Prince and Hall may die.
Lexington, Ky. Itev. Father John J.
O'Noll, 49, was stricken with paralysis
and died in tho homo of hi father,
James 0''ell. Father O'Noll was for
11 years chaplain at Ht. Joseph's hos
pital In this city, nnd at the time of his
death was assistant pastor of Ht. Pe
Loul&vlilc Ky. A. T. MacDonald,
formerly managing odltor of tho
lotil8vIlIo Herald, but moro recently
secretary of tho Loulsvlllo Commer
cial cub, resigned the latter position
to become tho corresponding secretary
of a local llfo Insurance company.
Lebanon, Ky. Flro completely de
stroyed the plant of the Modern Mill
nnd Elevator Co., one of the large! In
Central Kentucky. The loss will
amount to $10,000, with Insuraucu of
$H.000. Tho plant will be rebuilt nt
Fayette County Grand Jury Makes
lcxlngton, Ky. The Fayette county
grand Jury, which was Impaneled on
July 5. made an exhaustive report to
the circuit court nnd was illsnilnscd.
The grand Jury rrlt Irises the magis
trates, claiming to have found that
numerous persons havo locn JM'ed tn
trivial offenses classed by tho mngli
trate as felonious onse. It brand
the praclleo as "n foe-geltlng system
which dries up tho workhouse and
fills the county Jail with trivial, bail
ies, hold-over cases, which Is n Vad
en yoke of needles exprnso to the
county," and corrective legislation Is
recommended. The fiscal court tho
inn) or and tho board of public work
nre nlso severely criticised nnd ccn -stired
because of the condition of tho
street railway, tho crematory, etc.
The coHnty Jail Is ileclnnd to be In
an unsatisfactory condition. The asy
lum, reform school, city Jail and coun
ty Infirmary nre commended. Tho
Illue Grass Fnlr association Is ccn
mi ml boos uso of the sale of liquor
during tho recent fair, and tho Jssti
tnco of county and government II
consefc by Judgo Ilullock and Internal
Revenue Collector Roberts Is de
clared to havo been hlgh-handcd.
Commonwealth's Attorney Allen Is
called upon to summon tivcry gambler
nnd every perwin who set up and en
couraged a game Into tho presence of
the Fayetto circuit court, and' demand
that Uia houses, which wero alt closid
by order of Mayor Skaln Iff April,
never be reopened. It was found that
there) was little or no gaming going
on at tho present time. It Is recom
mended that proper stejw bo taktn
to separate saloons and restaurants
so that tho former may be kept strict
ly closed on Sunday and that no sub
terfuge for tho defeat of tho law can
be found In the tatter. High lleonio
for saloons Is nlso recommended.
HAD COUNTERFEIT MONEY.
John Roberts, Arrested In Shelby Coun
ty, Had $1,000,000 In Spurious
Loulsvltte, Ky. Dreams of wcaltn
contered In a brass-bound trunk con
taining a million dollars in counterfeit
Mexican pesos weru shattered for John
C. and Marlon Roberts, brothers, here,
when Deputy United States Marshal
William Blaydes arrested John Rob
erts In Shelby county with the money
In his possession. Sitting In the oltlci
of tho Secret Service Bureau, he cool
ly said that ho would plead guilty at
the October term of the federal court
and seemed resigned about spending
u majority of his years In the prison
at Atlanta. He had only wanted to
get rich, ho said.
A Day's Doings in Kentucky
Lexington, Ky. Herr Ttaymund
Kessler and Herr Max Casplarl, of
Perlln, Germany, were hero purchas
ing horses for tho German army They
bought of Tevls Wllkerson and Rlch
wd Wilson four thoroughbreds.
Frankfort, Ky. After sticking faith
fully by her husband for many years,
Mrs. Henry Youtsey has sued for dl
vorce, believing that the alleged mur
oercr of William Goebcl never will
be released from prison.
Frankfort, Ky. Mrs. James A Mur
loy, daughter of Joseph Dellne. tho
noted French chemist and soldier,
died of apoplexy. She was a sister-in-law
of Charles Reynolds, a prom?
Incnt Republican politician.
Paducah, Ky. A petition signed by
masters and pilots of boats plying be
tween Paducah and Cairo has bean
sent to tho secretary of war protest
ing against the granting of a pormlt
to tho Ilurllngton railroad to erect a
bridge across the Ohio river a few
miles below this place.
Greenup. Ky. Democrats nominated
Howard Williams for representative;
.1 Watt Womack, county Judge; Judgu
,W. T. Colo county attorney; J. SC.
Lawfion, shorlff; Stephen Howland,
derU; John Prlchard, school super
intendent; John Young, Jailer, .Mor
ris Vatiblbber. assessor.
Frankfort. Ky. Copt. Jamos Illack
buru conflrmod tho roport from Wash
ington that former Scuutor Illaok
hurn will resign his position as gov
ernor general of the Panama canal and
retire on his form In Woodford county,
whero he will make a specialty of
falsing Shetland ponies.
Iloattyvllle, Ky.- William Mays,
Charles Duty, O. J. Gentry and (I.
Wllklns. United States revenue mon,
captured a largo moonshine still, 30
gallons of liquor and 00 gallons of
boer at Ma May, a mining camp near
this plaoe. Tho still was running at
lull blast, with Junius Price nnd Mil
lard Ilotnor, Sr., operating It.
Loxlngton, Ky. Several directors
ot tho Kontuoky association held a
mooting to discuss tho question of a
full ruco meeting horo. It wus decided
to postpone the matter until about
September 10, when a full svsslou of
tho board con bo had.
Louisville Ky. An echo of the fail
ure of the old Masonic Hank, which
18 yours ngo carried thousand to
poverty, wus heard In Judge Mlllor'a
court when Nathuu Knlm was appoint
ed to locate tho doiiosltors with whom
the Institution ha not yet soltlcd.
THE HORN OF PLENTY
The Nation's Wealth.
NEGRO SHOT UP TOWN
MONROE, LA., SCENE OF EXCIT
Negro Finally Brought Down With
Bullet In Hsart Body Cremated
Monroe, La. Angered, It Is believed,
because two of his friends had rrrently
bren shot ky police officers in this city,
Willism S. Wade, a negro, Tuesday rsn
amuck ou th principal btulness street
of Monroe with a douUe-larieled shot
gun, shooting first at every white man
he saw an then firing indiicriminatciy at
every objret liefora him.
The Ore was relumed, and the negro
finally fell dead with a bullet through
his heart, but not before twrnty-uluo
men, thrre of them members of his own
rare, had been mote or lest seriously
Wsde's body was publicly burned after
it lis J bren cut don from a pole on
which it hung for halt an hour or utuie
after he wss killed.
It was at first reported that Wade wss
half-crarcd at the time from the effects
of cocaine and chesp whiiky, but an In
vestigation by the police showed thst
when he purchased the thotgun and
box of shells, a few minutes before he
opened fire on the first wan, tlwre was
nothing unutusl in his manner or be
havior. Other negroes, who were with
him say thst he had not been drinking,
nor did he show any effects of having
Wade estne to Monroe recently from
Pine UluiT, Ark. He .wss accompanied
by several other negroes, and they com
menced to make trouble for th locsl po
lice soon after they srrivrd. It wss al
leged that they were members of a so
ciety In Arkansas which had its ob
ject revenge for injuries don the black
rsce. As result, these negroes clashed
with the police nn many oeeatlunt, and
twice recently they have etchanged shots
with the officers. It It alto alleged that
Wade was heard to ny that no white
man wss golnc to shoot Mm.
RATE MAKING IS ENJOINED
Permanent Injunction Issued Against
Chicago. Manufacturer and pro
ducers generally of the territory lying
between DurTalo, Pittsburg and Parkers
burg on the east and the Mississippi
river on the west are regarded as th
greatest beneficiaries by the majority de
cision of the United States circuit court
here Tuesday permanently enjoining the
interstate commerce commission from
enforcing Its seaboard-Mistoori river
through rate In the famous Mlttourl
liver rate case.
The nplnicn of Judges (Irottcup and
Koliltaat (Judge linker dissenting), if
sustained by the upreme court of the
United (States, will greatly curtail the
lower of the commission over trans
portation rstvs, mulcting it to a sort
of police court adjudication of specific
cases of alleged ditcrimlnstloii. The rate
making ower lemains In the lunula of
This cute and the Missouri river rase
are similar In principle, the Denver case
concerning the roiniiimission'a order of a
new and reduced through rate between
Chicago anil Ht. Louit to Denver.
The commission' order of June St,
1908, reduced the rate nn first-class
freight from the seulmurd (east of HutTa
lo, Pittsburg and I'atkertburgl to Mis
souri river dnta from $1.48 to $1.30.
This order was Itsued upon repretenta
tion of the Miaouri river interests, man
ufacturers and jobbers chiefly that the
seabosrd rate of II. IS to Minneapolis
and Ht. Paul was u discrimination
against them, inasmuch as the twin
rities, using the chrsper wnter rate of
the Mississippi river, were able to under
sell them in their own territory on arti
cles coming originally from the seaboard.
MRS. F.OULD GETSD1V0RCE.
Husband Cannot Remarry While She
Now York. Mis. Helen ICelley Could
obtained her final dceree of ditorcu from
Frank J. (imild Timsiluy.
The inteilncutiiry decree was signed
on May SO of this jour. Tho deereo
gives tli custody of the two children,
Helen and Dorothy, to each parent for
six months In e(h eur. Mr. CloulJ Is
not permitted lo remurry in this state
until alter the death of his wlfu.
MILITIA CALLED 00T
NEWMAN I'KITGUARD QUAR
KS L BRKAK8 OUT AFR-KSH.
Attempted Assassination ef Young
Erosst Newman May Involve the
Jackton, Mitt. LieutJ-C-nv, Msnthlp,
acting governor in the absence ef Oov.
Noel, has ordered Capt. (storm, of the
Urookhaven company, and Capt. Patter
son, of the Natrhet, Miss., National
Cuard, to proceed at once to Meadville,
Franklin county, to quel! or keep dewn
a riot that Is feared by the sheriff on
account of the attempt to stsattlnate
Chancery Clerk F. W. Newman, Sunday
HberlfT Jonea states over tli long dis
tance telephone that men from the coun'
try hate been arrislng In town ell after
noon, and are threatening to "tear the
town up." He did net think he was able
to cope with the situation, and nn bis
earnest solicitation the acting governor
ordered the truop to proceed at once to
Meadville. The captain of the Nalehei
comMiny was ordered to take both
Natehet companies to the scene.
There hat ln na furthsr outbreak
since Sunday night, when Chsncery Clerk
Newman wss fired nn as he sat In his
home and badly wounded in the arm, but
it Is fetrcd that friends of Newmsn and
Pritchard rasy clash before morning, in
which stent there probably will be more
bloolabcd than when tho father of New
man wss killed A few weeks sgo, and at
which time two or three other men were
killed ami the present clsik, son of Dr.
Newman, was badly wounded. Young
Newman has recently been elected over
dte opponents as his father's successor
FLIES 46 MILES AN HOUR.
Paulham Ooea 1H Mils at Utlght
of 400 Feet.
llhelms, France (Hetheny Aviation
Held). A marvelous prolonged high
flight ot 30 kilometre (Iftl miles) in
CO-knot breeie by Paulham and the
establishment of a new world's record
for 10 kilometres at the rate of 7,3IS
metre (40 miletl an hour by llleriot
were the feature, of the aerial rare
Owing to the high wind, thrre would
hate been no flights, except for the vitit
thl I afternoon of I'reildent Fallerlet and
hit cabinet. The prstident wsS accom
panied also by distinguished officers of
the French and llritith annles. Ills
pretence stimulated the sky pilots, and
a duren machines were brought cut or)
the (laid, but a majority of them were
unable to battle against the wind.
Young lianau-Yarilla, however, with
his machine plunging like a ship In a
stormy sea, managed to navigate the
turbulent air currents fnr one round.
Then Paulham, who already had won a
reputation for courage and endurance,
began his thrilling flight. He made the
first two rounds at an altitude of 2&0
feet, but ascending in front of the tri
bunes as he entered the third circuit,
he reached a height of tietween 100 and
WINE OFFICIALLY DEFINED.
Federal Court Declares What Is Genu
ine and What Imitation.
Washington. L'phuldlng Its contention
thai the consumer is, under the food and
drug art, entitled to know the charac
ter of the product he buys, the hoard of
food arid drug intiectlnn of the drparj
ment of agriculture lias Istued a declara
tion, declaring that a beverage cannot
bo Isbeled wlon unless it Is made from
"the normal alcoholic fermentation of
juice of sound, ripe tfraprt, without addi
tion of abstraction, either prior or sub
teipurnt to fermentation."
CHICAGO POPULATION GROWS.
Conicrvative Figures Show Close to
Chicago. Chicago has strpjird into the
3,500,000 class, according to the new city
directory, whUh will be issued on Thurs
day or Friday. There aro 70H.60O names
In the big new volume, unl multiplying
this by 3.3, which the publishers huve
found by experience with census vrars
lo bo a safe, cniitervutive figure, ths
city's population Is 3,103,000, wit Ills
37,100 of S.iOO.OOU.
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the threo wait
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still growing an t '
of frost will ls c:i
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depsrtment s.mt f . (r K
bleached flftiir , ;
pure food lawt r.- c.
ground of mpur'T ' ' t-iji
jeged mlsbrstxng s- t i,
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along Wwtt rtrst " 5' ,
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