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THE HICKMAN COURIER
Covers Wnlirn Kentucky List ths Dew"
W. O. BPEER nnd J. 0. SEXTON,
Edltori and Proprietor.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
CASH IN ADVANCE.
Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky,
postoOlce as second-class mall matter,
BRYAN TO ROOSEVELT
ASKS THAT PRESIDENT PKOVE
CHARGES AO AINSX HASKELL.
If Treasurer Is Found Guilty by
Tribunal Selected by Itoosevalt,
Commoner Wjll Drop II im.
Detroit. William ,1. Drynn late this
afternoon addressed the following trie-
gram to President Koosfvclt in reply to
the president's statement issued jester
"Hon. Theodore Hooscvclt,
Trcsldcnt of the United State.
"Dear Sir In n statement given out
by you yesterday, and published in this
morning' papers, you indorse n charge
against Gov. Haskell, of Oklahoma, to
tlio effect that he was tree in the em
ploy of the Standard Oil Company, and
ns such employe was connected with an
attempt to bribe fr influence Atty.-Gen.
Monett, of Ohio, to dismiss the suits
pending against the Standard Oil Com
pany. In indorsing this charge you at
tack the Democratic party and its can
didate, saying that 'Gov. Haskell stands
high in the councils of .Mr. llryan and
Is the treasurer of his national cam
paign committee.' And you ndd that
'the publication of this corresHndeiico
not merely justifies In striking fashion
the action of the administration, hut
also easts a curious sidelight on the at
tacks made on the administration, both
In the Denver convention, m hicti nomi
nated Sir. llryan, and in the course of
Mr. Bryan's campaign.'
. Charge Is Serious.
"Your charge is so serious that I can
not allow It go unnoticed. Gov, Haskell
has denied he was ever employed by the
Standard Oil Company iu any capacity
or was ever connected in any way with
it, or with the transaction on which
your charge is based.
"Gov. Haskell demanded an investiga
tion at the time the charge was first
made, offering to appear and testify,
and he demands an investigation now.
I agree with you that if Gov. Haskell is
guilty as charged he i unfit to be con
nected with the Democratic national
committee, and I am sure you w 111 agree
with me that if he it innocent he de
serves to-be exonerated from w damn
ing an accusation.
"As the selection of Gov. Haskell as
chairman of the committee on resolu
tions at Denver and also as treasurer of
the Democratic committee had my ap
proval nnd indorsement, I feel it my
duty to demand an immediate investiga
tion of a charge against him indorsed
by the president of the United State.
Your high position nt well an your
sense of justice, would prevent your giv
ing sanction and circulation to xnch a
(hnrge without proof nnd I respectfully
request, therefore, that you furnish any
proof which you have in your possession,
or if you have no proof, I request that
you indicate: a method by which the
truth may be ascertained. Without con
sulting Mr. Haskell, I will agree that he
will, appear for investigation before any
tribunal, public or private, which you
,may indicate, and I will further agree
that his connection with national com
mittee and with th:s campaign shall
cease in the event that the decision of
nch tribunal connects him In any way
with this charge; or in case you, after
an investigation of the facta, say that
you believe him guilty of the charges
Defends Democratic Party.
"As the candidate or the Democratic
party, I shall not permit any responsi
ble member of the Republican organiza
tion to misrepresent the attitude of the
Democratic party in the present cam
paign. I have assisted you to the ex
tent of my ability fn remedial remedies
which I deemed for the public good
which you have undertaken ; I huvo
urged Democrats to support such meas
ures against private inonoolic than
either you or your party associate have
been willing to undertake. The platform
of the Democratic party is clear und spe
cific on this jitibjeet, n fin other sub
jects, while the platform of the Kepub
lican party is uncertain und evasive.
Democrats' Hands Clean.
"I submit that our committee has
given the better evidence of its freedom
from connection vllh or obligation to
the predatory opponent. Our commit
tee hus not knowingly reciived a dollar
from an official of any cororiition
known as a trust und It will not reecho
any money from such.
"If any money i contributed by such
ersons without the knowledge of- the
committee, It wili be returned as soon
as the fact is discovered.
"The Democratic party is making an
honest and an honorable fight in defense
of the principle and policies enunciated
in its platform, and It uxjiects und will
demand fair and honorable treatment
from those who, are In charge of -tho He
publican cauipulgn. , '
"With great respect, ate, I am truly
--VM. J. GHYAN."
NEGRO PUPILS CAUSE STRIKE
White Children Object to Negro As
aoclates in Topoka Schools.
Topckn, Kan. ltecaine they had to
pi to school with negro children, slxcty
white pupils of the- seventh and eighth
grades of the Lincoln school here walked
out on .strike this afternoon. Under
the board of cducati-m's rulei negroes
and whites arc segregate! I in the first
six grades of the common schools, but
from the seventh grade upward in all
public schools here negro and white pu
plls are together.
Some negroes had been transferred to
the eighth grade, where there had never
been any negroes. The white pupils de
mande.l the removal of the negroes to
another room, and at noon, their de
mand leing ignored, marched out In a
ldy. Throughout the remaining school
hours the sixty strikers paraded iu front
of the school, shouting, "Down with the
niggers," '"No nigger school for us."
HASKELL WILL QUIT POST
Bryan Against Him, nnd lie Must
Cincinnati, Ohio. Upon authority sec
ond only to that of .Mr. llryan himself,
the statement can be made that within
a few days formal announcement will
I made of the resignation of Gov. Chas.
X. Haskell of Oklahoma, of the ollict
of treasurer of the Democratic National
It Is known that Mr. llryan today
virtually decided definitely to ropiest
Gov. Haskell' resignation if the gov
ernor should not within the next forty
eight hours tender it voluntarily.
A stream of telegrams has been pour
ing In upon Mr. llryan nil day about tlx
Haskell cae. They have come from nil
parts of the country. Many of them
present urgent pleas for the Democratic
nominee to hold iu abeynnce his decision
in the matter until Gov. Haskell shall
liave time and opportunity to present
hUcdcfense against the new charge con
. 1- .
amed In President dloosevelt reply to
Mr. Bryan's challenge to furnish proof
of the truth of the first accusation
against the Oklahoma man.
NIGHT RIDERS IN ARKANSAS
Cotton Oins Close Down and Pick
raragouhl, Ark. There is no buying
or selling of cotton In this county, as
the result of recent agitation due to
the alleged apeaniiice of night rider in
ne cotton-raising communities of Mis
Cotton gins have closed down and
licking has stopped. Local merchants
are transacting business on a cash basis
as the result.
A band of men npeared at llethel,
four tulle south of Paragould, last
night. They stopped Ilev. Ovid Wilt'
cosson nnd demanded his occupation and
residence. The apearaucc of the luind
created considerable excitement in the
community and the situation is consid
ered a serious one.
The agitation locally was started re
cently when a local Farmers' Union
adopted resolutions requesting cotton
dealers to susend business for a while
at least, as a precautionary measure
ngainst the probability of night riders in
this section of the country.
BROWN FIRED FROM 'CHANGE
SKETCH, OF PEARL HARBOR
Failed Stock Brokers Fell Into Trap
Laid for Lawson.
New York. The expelling of A. O,
llrown and Lewi G. Young, leading fac
tors in the defunct (Inn of A. 0. llrown
t Co., from the New York Stock Kx
change, created a mild sensation today,
Their expulsion was anticipated by
tlioe wno are in toueli wjtn the plung
ing oH-rations of the defunct final This
Is the first time in years that any mem
ber of the exchange ha leen expelled.
Many have been dropped from the itt
and their seats ordered sold, but few In
the history of the exchange Jiuve leen
asked to step down and out without
being permitted to establish some .sort
of an excuse.
According to an amazing toryv re
counted this afternoon ,ly a member of
I lie exchange, K. II. Harrtman and Wil
liam G. Itockefeller set a trup for a big
lieur trader, alleged to be Thomas W.
Lawson of Ikston. Hut when the big
interest behind the guns discovered tnat
they had mailt' a mistake In identity,
they just allowed the llrown firm to go
to the wall in the natural com so of
ONLY ONE BRYAN CANDIDATE.
Son of Commoner Told So and Quits
Lincoln, Neb. Upon learning of his
son's candidacy for president of the
sophomore class of the University ol
Ncbuuka, Win. J. llryan cxpicssed his
displeasure, und W. .1. llryan, Jr., im
mediately announced his withdrawal
from the race. Young llryun had con
sented to Im-coiiiu a cundidute only after
much urging Jiy his classmates.
NEW HANGMAN'S KNOT.
New Orleans Sheriff Has One That
Crushes Spinal Column.
New Orleans, 1. When Frank John
son springs the trap that will send to
loath Edward Ilonore and Jaojucs
I'ierre, member of the Council of Good
Faith, who killed u Jsiliceman, he will
try something new in the haogjng line,
lohnson has designed a new hangmuii'a
knot that, in uddltlon to breuklng the
leek, crushes the spinal column, causing
instant and painless dwtb. I
Hawaiian Haven at Present Inaccessible to Dattleshlps.
The Atlantic fleet, aa the world girdling collection of 1C American battle
ships la known officially, came face to face with one of the hard facts of na
tional urgent need the Immediate Improvement of Pearl Harbor. Not ouo
of the battleships could enter it
UNION TO HOLD COTTON
NATIONAL COTTON COMMITTEE
Suggests That Investors Buy Now
at Low Prices and Withhold
From the Market.
Memphis, Tenn. Comes the Farmers'
Union and officially states that not a
lwle of cotton should be Mild Mow 12' j
Cent. In a recent congress in Fort
Worth a secret minimum price was fixed,
and no hint of this price ha 4 hern given
out, but a communication b.sucd today
from the union office in this city by (i.
11. Hightouer, secretary of the ustiouat
cotton committee, indicates that pries
of 12ty cents will lie satisfactory.
In order to secure this prloef the union,
through this call, asks every Southern
business interest to co-opernte with the
established agencies of the Union in with
holding cotton from the market. Two
suggestions are made sine for a general
conference of all interest 'that desire
higher raw cotton prices, while the other
is that individuals and business rvrpo
rations invest in a few bale at pri-eut
low- prices and put this aside as a dead
account, taking the cotton off the mar
ket indefinitely nnd selling onlv after
sufficient advance has come to assure a
profit on the investment.
The proclamation in part reads:
"Is there any good reason vvhy the
cotton producer should sell his product
today for 3 cents per pound less than
he did three months ago? We do not
think there is. We ure further removed
from the jinnic now than we were then,
llusltiess conditions have improved in ull
line. The demand for cotton goods has
Increased wonderfully during that pe
riod. While cotton is cheap to sell, the
unusual has hapM-ned in the price of
grain and meat. Com has maintained
its high level up to harvest time and is
now selling for $1 per bushel. Wheat
is worth $1, and Hour has advanced 13
cents per barrel this week. Meat Is sell
ing at midsummer prices. So it is with
almost everything except cotton. There
is no legitimate cause for this lethargy
and consequent loss of many millions
to the South.
South Carolina nnd Georgia will pro
diue much less cotton thanjast year.
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Ar
kansas are short, and Oklahoma crops
are late and very much less than one
year ago. Texas nlcnc shows a small
increase, but her gain cannot make Up
the loss in other States,
In our opinion, this is the opportunity
of the South to ussert herself and bring
general prosperity to her citlrrus. This
is u time when concert of action will
count for much. Cotton ((slay should
be selling for 12 cents, if natural con
ditions had anything to do with its
price. It is now selling for less because
grower are pessimistic iilsmt the price
ami sell too freely. The stow market
ing of the crop will certainly .advance
SHELDON MAY REFUSE RACE.
Nebraska Governor Favors Guarantee of
Lincoln, Neb. Chagrined at the de
feat in the Kcpuhlicau platform com
mittee of a plank guaranteeing bank
deposits, tinil charging that the big
banker of the State hail entered into
a conspiracy to that end, Gov. G. M.
Sheldon, candidate for lenomiua'tioti on
the Republican ticket, today exploded a
bomb when he notified the Statu Cen
tral Committee that he would resign
from the ticket unless It Is explicitly un
derstood that he will favor luiuk guar
antees if elected.
A. RUSSELL PEABODY DIES. ?
Took Leading Part in Defense of Harry
New York. A. Hussell l'ealsslyone
of the attorney who hud u leading irt
In the defense of Harry K. Thaw for the
murder of Stnnfonl While, died sudden
ly today ut Hnhjlon, I.. I., of pneumo
nia. Mr. I'eabtsly, who was n member
of u well-known Southern family, caino
to New York to practice lave uhout ten
year ago. He first came lulu public
notice as one of the counsel for 1 lurry
HASKELL MAY BE FORCED OUT
New York Members of Committee
Seek His Removal.
Xrvr York. It is-cnine known st Dem
ocrstic national lieadrruattcr tonight
that sevrral committeemen are prerur
ing to uc every influence to bring alut
the removal of Gov Charles N. Haskell
from the office of treasurer of the na
tional committee. Mark declared today
that If the charges ugalnst Gov. Haskell
were proved he would cxcct him to re
sign. This n result of the publication ol
charge that Mr. Haskell, as Govemni
of Oklahoma, declined to permit the
State to prosecute the l'ralrie Oil Com
puny, a subsidiary company of the
Standard Oil Coniany.
Charges that Gov. Haskell had lsvn
identified with several railroad promo
tions in this city, which are said to have
1-een unfortunate In the matter of rn
summation, ire said tonight to have also
tended to increase the feelings of these
national committeemen that the time
has about come for Gov. Haskell to re
sign from the committee or be removed.
HISGEN HISSED BY TEXANS
Rough House- in Fort Worth Whsn
Bailey's Name Is Mentioned.
Fort Worth, Tex Thomas I. Hisgrn,
candidate for President on the InJe
wndence thket, arrived here tonight
from Houston, where he soke last
Mr. Hisgrn had not proceeded far tn
his speech, when he referred to the dis
cloure connecting Senator Foraker, ol
Ohio, with the Standard Oil Coinuny,
ami he coupled Senator Il.vilcy, of Texas,
with the Senator from Ohio, declaring
that the x-ople of Texas knew some
thing of the Standard Oil, whiclf concern
hud '"-en ousted from the State, only to
be brought back by Senator llailey.
Mr. llalley's friends immediately as
sailed the speaker with a roar of hisses
and Jeers. Former State Representative
iMnr, taking advantage of a lull in the
uproar, shouted to Hisgrn: "llailey has
got more sense In a minute than )ou
would have in a lifetime!"
This caught the crowd, which renewed
it hisses. Congressman Howard here
up-aled to the audience to hear re
spectfully a stranger, whereupon he was
admonished not to slander the Texas
RAILROADS BEGIN DEFENSE
Tablos Showing- Justification for In
crease in Rates.
Atlanta, Ga. Decreased volume of
business without commensurate decrease
in o-ratlng rxMnse is the basis of the
defense which the railroads of the
Southeast are making for the recent
advance iu freight rntes now !)clng in
vestigated by the Interstate Commerce
Commission, u session here.
K. II. Smith, vice-president and traltlc
manager of the Nashville, Chattanooga
& St. l-ouis Hallway, was on the stand
during the greater part of the day, as
the the first witness for the rouds. He
presented statistics, which he explained
at length, to Isear out his contention.
He claimed that while business depres
sion hud seriously ulfeeted the revenues
of tin railroads, they had been unable
to reduce expenses to any great extent.
Forty Days Without Rain.
Gallipolis, Ohio, Twhiy marks the
foitleth day without rain in this sec
tlop. Much suffering und loss has Imcii
mused, .Many school in West Virginia
districts have closed, owing to the wuter
CHAS. RICHARDSON DEAD.
Wat Prominent Southern Planter and
New Oileuiis, Iji, Charles 1'. Itlchard
sou, one of th$ best Lnowir planter,
yuchtsmaii und clubmen in the South,
died at his homo here today ufter a
short illness. .Mr. Ilicluidsou wus one
of the most iiilliij-iitlal supjiorters of the
.IurUI urn organization of this city,
H wus 10 year old and unmarried,
The body will be tulen to Jackson,
Mis., for burial.
V . ! f- 1
Polluted Water Believed to B R
' sponsiblo for If. 1
St. Petersburg. The cholera epidemic,
which continues to nssume more appall
Inn proportlns every day, has ronren
trated the attention of Sf. IVtersbnrjr
authorities on the long neglected task of
Improving the water supply and sower
facilities of the capital. The sowers now
empty Into the river Neva or the open
rannl traversing the t Ity, and the water
supply Is taken from the river.
Up to noon today the municipal hos
pitals rcrtrd for the irrcedhi( twen
ty four limits 847 cholera cases and 176
There Is a total of 1,18? uvtlents In
th various hospitals,
The cholera drnd are being Interred at
1'reobrurlirnskoe, which Is about an
hour's distance on the railroad from St.
l'etrrsburg. A train of several coaches
carrying the mourner and a doien
freight cars with tlu dead III rude rof
fins goe dally to tills place. The scenes
are heart rending in and nlsjut the chap
el where service i conducted uninterruptedly-
day and night.
Tim scstclty of grave digger has
caused a painful delay In the past few
day, ISO coffins containing bodies now
being stored In the adjoining woodshed.
Some of the mourner have been wall
ing their turn for several day.
The Itech report a ras In which a
cabman made the round of all the hos
pitals last night with a cholera atlent.
who was rrfuseil admission to all of
PROHIBITION PARTY EMBLEM
Cams! Entered Against Republican
r Elephant and Democratic Donkey.
Chicago, The prohibition camel has
rnteied in the national race against the
Republican elephant ami the Democratic
donkey. In n number of Stutes the law
require that each party have an of
ficial emblem printed on the ballot, that
no voter may mistake tils ticket.
Aloruo V.. Wilson, stale chairman of
the Prohibition uty, announced today
that the I'rohlbltloiilst have decided to
adopt the camel a their mascot, rrptse
Ing thi emblems of the fountain and ris
ing sun, which formerly have imtlcatcd
the Prohibition column.
Among the reasons advanced by Mr.
Wilson for the selection are that the
camel is, the original water wagon, that
it can discern a fresh supply of water
further than any other quadruped, that
it ran travel faster than the elephant
or donkey, and that it 1 under no nece
sit v of yetting a hump on itself.
LAKE STEAMERS IN SOUTH
Profitable Employment for Them
When North Is Ice-Bound.
New Oi leans, La. Speaking on the In
dustrial eiaiisinn of the South at the
New Orleans Home Manufacturers' Kx
position tislay, Gov. K F. Noel, of Mis
sissippi, predicted that with the comple
tion of the lake-to the-gulf deep water
way, lake freighter which now lie , Ice
iKiutiil during the winter will, to a large
extent, find profitable trade in the south
cm pottlotl of the big jvatcrway.
Gov. Niwl noted the fact that the man
ufacturer' exposition Is the first of its
kind evrr held in New Orleans, ns indicating-that
manufacturing i increasing
in the South. He said that Southern
States would find it tn their interest to
co-oerate In developing Industrial cen
Gov. Noel said thst the dangrr of yel
low fever, one of ths great set-barks to
(his section of the South iu the past, is
OCEAN FREIGHT WAR IS ON
Rate from Now Orleans to Liverpool
Cut to 37 Csnts.
New Orleans, Iji. For the first time
In some years the English and other for
eign line which carry cotton out of
this port have begun rutting rate. The
war wo started by the Welsfnrd line, a
new bidder for ocenn freight here, which
cut the rate to Llvercl from 33, to 37
rents. The l-eyhuul nnd Harrison line
met the cut. French, German und Ital
ian lines have made reductions in thif
tariir alio. It is said that even with
these reductions Galveston enjoys an ad
vantage of I cent, which is attracting
inor cotton there than here. As yet
comparatively little cotton has come
New Orleans Suicide Epidemic.
New Orleans. A small epidemic of
suicide dcvclocd in New Orleans toduj.
Theodore Murreio, a young street ear
conductor, shot himself through the liead
in a gambling house. New son Hill, 40
vear idd, went home this morning and
shot himself after a jtmrrel with hi em
ployer, laitc lust night the body of II.
U Wellington, S'i years old, son of the
manager of a local chemical manufactur
ing company, was found in his room ut
the Hotel Hush, He hud taken rhloro
form und left a nolo suvinir b u- I
Selects Coffin) Kills Self.
Atlanta, (in. Going to an uudertaklu.
establishment, looking over casket and
sintlng out one he said would suit him
If he should die, W. W. Reynolds, head
of a largo sign puintlng firm here, drew
a pistol ami shot himself in the head to
night. I he undertaker had stepp.il from
the room Jus) before the shot was fired,
lleuring the rcsrt of tliu olstol.
turned und found Reynolds dying by the
casket ill which he said ha would, like Id
i.ucicnv lirpim IMntlv-e rri- .7
value! a Uxativo h,u, jl.y
sanction for family t;o l-cl
poncnt parU aro ktu J
wholwomo ami truly tfi '
c cptablo to tho system aaj
prompt, In tctlon
In lupplying that ,!r,.lnJ
tcllcnt combination of WrJn tr
Dlxlr or Senna, t10 ( ; "3
Co. proceed, along cl!,. .dbc,,'
on the merit, of the hxtt.vef0f ,T
That Is ono of msry
8yrupof Hgiand , rJa-aj.,'
tho preference by ih- Yt
To get IU beneficial cccU ItlJ
tho genuine -manufact re,J by c,
fomia Fig Syrup (l1( Lr..yi
by all leading drugguu, l'ne, fs,
per bottle. v
SHE DOT HCR MAN HU
Indian Woman Not L keFy ,
Fsr Behind In Lite'. Bitt,,'
Writing of the far tvut
of Tojiekn, In 8uburtaa Ul ft,
"Dean Kayo has hi ? ; ersgs
perlcncea durlpg his c .
wilderness, Ones, an ItLut,
came to his cabin
"You marry' she asini
"'Yes,' said the dca eu
folks. Have you 1 a t
"Again tho woman r -"H(
parted. About sundtwn iU tr.r.
dragging with her t -i
abashed and retucta-.' :r
"'Got him,' sho rtmaa.-d
ly, producing her rr i.i y
The man knew no I ,. s is
woman prompted Mr.. j y
iiecemary for him tj k
to tho dean's quesMirs V.nl
orcr tho squaw paid tuu
feo and led her hu.Vad ss.jj
"What's the matter CTer.V
'The aword swai cr U y
Choked by a fishbone
He It's jolly nice to kin
Hho (No answer)
Ho Thst Is, of cc.ie, t
8h (No answer)
He If sho gets inad Hi i."xt
Khe (No an.wer)
Ho I'd llko to steal a i u t.
Sho (No answer)
He If It would bo r'V n-'t
She Have you flnls4'
He Oh. yes!
She Then bow can j:b bu
many fool remarks when j im
I am alone and cn'l e'j tl
mercyf Young's Macaite
Socialism In J'P't
Socialism has no f "t -country
as yet, nor Is 'he ix'
cation that It wilt is n a txd
tho near futuro at all evc-ti. fr
the war with Kussla a irC
of men calllnK themselm
argued vehemently a.a'cr
Ing of hostllltlca and psi
newspaper organ to prc-;
weed. Hut they soon dsteW
Insignificance, nnd al'hom- f
leal of so-called socialist rl
tlouei to be published It '
Huenco, nor docs It serve ni f"
ipparcntly, except to f a-:l
.'or occasional comment c 'a '
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ssiri Qirfrvii'vj on iii-w'--
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uui eui lur lour ui i ,
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from ovorwork. !rrc " ' C1
tmiirntu.ii tnm until Ut t1
aeh beramo an wesk 1 (
scarcely any food vlf P
"Mnnv Vtnila nf focd W "
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with tho sam dlscou
HtcAdlly lost health a-1
I was but a wreck ff f
"Havlnc heard rf '
ltd great merits. I l"r
ngo, but with llttlo Ik . '
help mo I was n d'
"I found It not t'n' '
that I could eat l us I
It satisfied tho craving
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uso (ho exprosfciun, a y
41.. sn.-ft s.t. 1 1 -i I -
right way to health
nnd my anticipations w-"
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