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J10 fBREATHITT tl ONEWSliI i l 4 ttr tA KiZ JFr = j t1ff f K I4 h f Wise JIUHN8 Junior and JIlhli8hury OW IgVITNI 1 I II tiTRItNdTd ov IABTRRN y A ONE DrttiitAu PKR YKAK IN ADVNCK y = 1f 7 7 L111 Volume III Jackson Kentucky aij Mnrcli 181904umber23 io 1 1I= HOLD MERGER ILLEGAL Government Wins the Northe Securities Case RIUK JUSTICES DISSfiNT DLJrRla Miijcirljy ur tnllril Mulo Silpirni mlrlllciiiii mill In Vliiliiltou of As Tnut A utllallcn Iliirluii Deliver lrlrirt 11111111111 Washington March HiTho con tcntluu ut tfcu government thnt thu morccr wns Illegal wan fully lUll lamed by Uio Unlleil States BUpromu court In thu ojilnlon delivered In tho merger rune of the Northern Sect tub tin company Tho court was n however a tnilt In tho decision The majority nplnjnn of tho co wnu handed down by Justice hart flu nnd It uphold till decree of tho clra court for tho district of Minnesota every particular lfuvr of tho Justices iHaacntud from the five const It uttnfj i tho majority Tho division In court was duo to n dlfTorcuro of o Im na to thu right of federal control of elate coriwralloiiB Tho major opinion procroded on the thory t cuiigrocs ban n rlftht under the con ttitlnu to control Intqralnto CUXIIDICI no matter by whom conducted wl the minority or dissenting opinion was based on tho theory that In present race tho effort In to nsul the ownership of Mocks liy ntnto coi poratlon ami that such ownership I not Intentkto traffic When therefore tho mombero tho trlliimnl tUed Inlpxlhc char they wtuo met by an axpecl crdwd wliloh tilled every seal both Bldo null outside the bar Seated among tin attorneys was Allanicy General Knot and Secretary TAftl and on unisnal number of senator and inemhrr of the house Then pro was no nurprlxo manifested wlc promptly un the nsaemblluB of tin marl Junco Iliirhn boRan the lUllr ery of the opinion Tho fact that In rind been selected for the preparation of till document at once led moat peo ple to think that tho decision 4vo uphold the Bhirtnan aniltrust t and uphold the contentions of the government Tho juntlce read hiltf opinion from n printed ropy which covered 30 sacra and cnnmimed about an hour nnd n quarter Ili lit dl rr Very soon after Justlco Varian baa t r rftncliideit IQs prefontaHr of the ca I It boanmu trident that tho court i- ilrtknq7rt11tYhlgll on Out qU98tlPlt U a na other opinion wero announced developed that thoro not only hadthe been n very close almve fur the gov enuuent but tint one of the memh of the court who cast bin Ito w the majority entertained oplnlona bis own Which fact rendered tho cision ell the more marked and Int esting This was Justice Hrowcr who while ba concurred In tho ree announced In an Independent opin of his own that he held the view ti pravlon antitrust decisions tad beat more weeping than was Ju alb Scot All For Rural Delivery AVanliliCtoo Marcie 1C I for tbo UUtilct of Columbia nnd po tomco appniprlnllon bill occnp the ntiifntlon of tho horse Tho ru r frco delivery norvlcn received II most attention Crdlt for tho oatat lUhment of Ibis service was clam by speakers for both parllm both sldoa declared their friends n for rural dollvory Mr Patterson Tennessee tmggofltod Mr 111111 no tholnlnorlty floor leader till the p idency but ho also coupled It w the nimta of Carlisle nod Sena Italley of Teas as good Bouthorn can didates McBflrn Douglas nnd Sulsot of Now York Bpoko on tho New York poitofflce problem tho former favor IUK n downtown site and tho latter the Pennsylvania railroad stutlunu Ito SeventyGlnht Lost 4IhjslJanc Queensland Marclr 15 Btenmor Aramao wrecked on tho Break Sea spit off Queensland Sunday Six bontn w JauHehed amLtwo wore scfly lam with t0 cxhRUstOd pllJ nim nnd members of the crow Pour other lIOItJf H 3 aflll missing contnlnlUR 78 poraoncf It la bellovcd that those liodtn wore not provisioned Tho weather Is bad mid oteamera sent In search of the boats Imvo found no trace of thorn Tho Arntuoo Is 2115 tons gross reclster and Is 300 toot tong Bho was built In 1889 Dumbarton Scotland Ciys education Spoils Negro Jackson Miss March 15 Clover + nor Vnrilnmnn sued to trio housq his veto ot the bill jiuptoprlatlng lalOO for tho nupport of tho Holly Springs Normal school n colored Institution The Kovornor in his voto moss takes Rrouiid ngalnst noirro odu atl Mat lug that it Is not tbo heat thing fgr tho negroes He advanced this yUw hiring Ids campaign for go nof Tho governor gaVo what termed a conBtltutloimt reason for tolng tho bill Tho vote mans comos up In tho light nnd a stiff 11 will bo made to pasa tbo hill over tbo- Bnvernora vpto lndlcUc1r 5 Murder Dedford lndMi ch I5Tho grand t jury In tho Sarah Shafer dine ollhio indictments AgahleteJa McDonald tho JIM llrJJaKdirlidK In tho Hrst QogftTniiiiil llifeyiitJy rape It N Vainer nltorii Donal I Bald that hq wowllV yt tor a chnnao of vonio fmtwmlWltl + w slat upon n trial at this Ufm of court Judgo Wllfion ndjournod court until Tbuisday morning then returned to French Ilck Springs where he ylll rest until court is convenad j if w 5 t TO HK TIMHD AOAIN Jlies llotkln Will Leave Irlion t Knee Old Charge San Francisco March 1tMrA- nl Cordelia C Hotkln who has been nerving dterm In prison here for causing tho death of Mrs J P Dun ring of Hover Hoi Is again to bo- liT tried for that deed It will bo recalled Hint this cnno wits the pioneer of an epidemic of poisoned candy inurdcrot for It was alleged that Mrs Hoikln sent drugged confections to Mrs pu tlnlolf blcau tent Nn far 5 Uunnh- nlousy oTMs wife Mrs U opTrlai En Franclsc arch 15 TlidVcc end rial of Mr iJella UntklnS no cost ut tbo mi of Sire John Oil ruing IJ mc f poisoned cam by mall to ono of the alt t rJvlr Del I In Judge Cook- ol illartment of Iparlor court Ate Ife utDululh lInn arch l2OuB- raudun rt wGtl ell cruising le ldchlagnnlyhl ed honfirnuvl the rl ot tho nlleg cannibalism on tl lit jJako IellcInr iiiItYailafter which tree Jt areaego met n IImnlt rty o loo Pc uloIndlnue who were tbelr y1n t of Vermjilloa la 9t Fn tli en o Indians llramrnn tea fcd of ti alatlonleO w 1clslmsWRit a shlftleHvprt ot fi lowl a lOrdurlnJ a drunkM a Mo and clrlhan dalnl uveured Inparts of their bStllca to a fL afar va Could Not swe rrled Suicide Portland Ordllarah 15 llccauss no could not awcarand thus glvo vent to his poser when a piece of wood was splitting struck bum a stinglnj blow In the face William Rogers nn 18 year rQd mute turmtd his ax nnd attempted to cutoff his own head Ho dealt three terrifIc blows ujwn ii forehead then sank over uncoiiscloUh tillbthe yard to find her won bleeding from his selfinflicted voundq TI deaf mute was so Ire rely that bo did not w I hitbV ax rwn effect and will probably recover J t IkQupa1 1atMIooro oftho Ifudsorivet ua connectlut Fourteenth wtyct jtn MhVialUIJaccuraCY n 1 ChanterOf t riatorkIiaIce Gorge Dynamlt Vllkesbarro Vag March 15 jKt torts to start tho big Ico goA0 In IyIrn140CJai3ojIgam bclor Tredandrode I a11roilp I luaua flltho heavy Ice which to msayf 1lnce 11Itbreport of tho bureau of statistleiLf t hoI department of agrlculturo shoiH tho amount of wheat romnlning farm era hands on March 1 to taut be en about 132500000 bushels or 20IlOr 11fnrmers839000000 bushels or 374 per r tot nwTo to or 319 per cent of last years rUj ledstili In farmers hans Arrested on Unusual Char Phlladolphla Mardi 121Iarr McKInn railroad station agent postmaster at Huck Run Che county was nrrcutcd and held In ball by a United Staten commlaali hero charged with having liunrop ofIIIIll postage stamps It was tustli that ho bought merchandise at i ntOilS times from a Chicago firm that lu each Instance payment tendered In stamps This laRafti bo tho first prosecution of the Li on record Youth Admits Murder Enu Claire Will March Iltv IIallAugusta about a week ago The UUr claims that bus father attacked hili rerwUhacllllt boolc and that In selfiiul- l0 him Ho then d- e1Vw hV a I cl dyi0rutmurder Severe Blizzard Raging 1 r Mllwaukeo Wls March 16 Vro blzzurd la ragtag here It iMlt them S of seabpn ono TiilMC The storm Is moro abvcr IMrIIdlltiaukae than In other parts katate Qtl1 Heavy Snow In Mlchloan Dtrolt Mich March 1GA ter bI pt e8conded on Dotroltf aM loWV n anti rho honv ar tall Art aa too hush east wind 4 l ylw traito conalderably i v jrln1JJ t f 01 C BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIRG IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Killed by Ills llniiUiniili LfaUlutnro bbdtrs Cordiinitluu nf liners Illrartl AlIVutliiK UHf ColURr Uilublo to Sliivn Krtin Krlgbl Girl In Killed MunfordvlHo Ky March 131VI nIlan Cllmcr was shot to death on tho- r ttrects of Munfotdvlllo aa ho attempt eel to neo from John Flnney Id bondamnn wto fcarod that ho wotl Icavo him to pay the ball bond Flu hay discharged Ids revolver Ilvo times at the fleeing man Three of tYthe bullets took offset Ono puce tho buck Just above tho 11heart and two through tho head Cll staggered a few slops and fell dead Flnney was at onco placed un der arrest Cllmcr was held on charge of soiling whisky Illegally and Flnney feared that ho would skip ball PastoredThe ell amongne teacherno d tland tho Jnnltor standing guard to pet entrance True Janitor Charles tacobooasked him to unlock tho church doors osRtHl toM llov Mr Leonard that h cdhad locked tho doors by order of th trustees and thero would ba neWtremain closed dutlngUbo day Oarrlngton Wants New Trial- S Louis March 11A motion comprldng 30 reasons was Sled by th 0of attorneys fur hind Frederick Sey moiir Harrington recently convicted ct ICtllO murder of James P McCann set ting forth that be Is entitled to a now trial The principal reason ascribed Is that during the trial Assistant Pros ecutlng Attorney Gardner In his orgn ISmcnt before thu Jury at the close of IlleIIcloven horde nnd forcJ tongue b now ho would jKilntliifi to tho IUantf rill him n person dressed In niaculBto Ilnin and faultless Rectal Coeducation Prohibited Bereft Ky March HTho friends of Her on college Kentucky hold n acllourll e Iynio 1ilIli maltlcnmJ ufth0 boost bill prohibiting coeducation of onlyOT TLS00 Ihomitnllou to call a meeting of the trus thohohoped that moans will bo devised whereby the collage can carry out Its purposes without conflict with law- Got Four Bullets Lexington Ky March 1C d1t four bullets In his breast flue Parks aqtyr II deter George Dupoe 29 from car to car on the public highway near tho tarsi of John 12 Madden tho horse man Moth are negroes and had been In trio cloy t whoa n qurfc- lI slroso over a woman Dupoo will die+ hilt Parks will recover AS no ylt1 or gar was Injured Both are lit tlio hospital Kentucky Legislature Adjourns Frankfurt Ky Match 15litKentucky legislature which line ad Jounced slno duo rushed tlirough ninny Important bills among thorn bo- ing tine to provide for tbo erection of a 20000 monument In front of tbo now milliondollar state captlol end t loo placed on or near the spot o Goorllor Qoobcl tell An amendment Mr Mack Hop to also provMo Ior a monument for Abraham Lincoln as voted ilown PassedDanger Line Kvansvlllo Ind March 12 Tho hlo river hero paused tho danger ne which Is 35 feet Tho river Is 111 rising and n stage of 40 feet Iro is expected It la feared that to will bo ocrlouV lOEnca to ll more In tho lowlands who hat o unands of buiihols of cnrn ator cribs The heavy rains of tho last houro era expected to atari tbo bash nnd tho White civtr3 on ca or rampage Paid Dig Money for Spring dngton Ky March 14 Turf John K Madden has probablj laid tho highest prlee known fM UK Ho purchased the farmia K McCann who wan murdered Louis paying 75036 fur tnu Ho sold hero that liq d4 tiot tiehe land and that lie purch- I li 1se It contnlued a rievefj sprln t water ailjac to ti i Conference Woeipon t le Ky 1Z Op- aoufl tho udttIoondltl qtot th est8FR IentsokY xilners ix pore 1aelde ltopMrlPbaelM IJolltJ fctlng pfntJliluldMku fjfr tora ifctil Afaroh 24 lnt tf of iMtdrt 1r1gI ext Tusnday I0 U4UK ilN 1ftunliJ Mask Jl MI s arlreG rug d J8 and protnlaentl y P pled was killed Jtct CheerL nnd Ohio railway Lrlrageher- Otluei t girls who were crowing the i l3 with her escaped but Ilta n- 9fit Its frl Htened that she cpuWiiot raov tanslI V iS tX- a i111 1 a w I 1 L T TAI JSY L aCOlrfirtlird ItmnBills ItlllllnlI- Ir Jnpnneto JlaiLier =ports continue to cotrio from tho tar cast whore a strict censorship is maintained and thor movmianta of tho forces of the bolltgcioacarefully veiled A Tokyo rirrcspewlont sendB an unconnnned rumor to tho effect lanllol1Imarked that the Ilrhlah newspapers all regard Vice Xdnilra Togos report ArlhurJn tent would bo Inpossifili under nro The Dally Mall Murks that If Ylco Ad mural Makarofl II ttfS1 channel It ttilwas In order to pr vent thj Ingress of Japanese torpedo boat destroyers as was done at Wet Hal wit during tho ChinaJapanese war Ittfs a subpcct of unceasing remark anconjecture- a I tool nothing has ocn heard of tho Vladivostok squadr u an3 It Is begin ning to be bollovej thatilt Is really Inside the harbor td Vladivostok The Standards Tkyo correspon dent says that ncr ning tota Ills patch from Gtnsan tho Ilusslans are believed to bo w athdrtwInKemu the northeast r of n ands are concentrating at Vladivostok Tho correspondent of the Murnlne Post nt Tokyo throws a light upon Japans financial Intentions and nays It Is es timated that Japan will hOllll t maintain a war for 18 mouths without borrowing abroad Fall of Port Arthur Denied isJslans have abandoned Pirt Arthur1 Admiral Alum secretary fIr mission on far eastern affairs nuthflr lies the news agencies ti deny the story Ho says the situation at Port Arthur Is unchanged and that nothing Importance has encore d tbcro in last 21 hours March on Newchwan London notch HTlf Tien Tsini correspondent of the Dally Chronlclo reports that 3000 Japanese are near lug Nowchwang Claim Port Arthur Was Captured WelHalWel March IB The Ja anese bore report that Putt Arthur lies been captured utState Will Push Inquiry Columbus O Maph 12 ijvrrnor IiiBhis Intention to Ir tho bra of tho Sprlngneldiilyneblng bei to Jus lice Ho held confor ace with Attorney OenerolKad1 FIIk ant1 i vlrtltall1 gave aLi11a cart blanrhr to tnkpywkateYer tJmI nil vlaablt to effect that result Fire Marshal Hollenbeck was Instrurted to take up tho work of InvevtlKation and while working on this case tho fire marshals detectives will work upqn the lynching case as wIll At toruey General Ellis went to Clnctn natl but nald before leavltu that he would 101k with County foaecutor McOrowby telephone and arrange for liavhiss representative at tho first grand awry session Monday lngb for all Was the verdict of tho Jury In tho murder case against Ibo socalkd carbarn bandits Harvey Vamllne Peter Nledormeter and Gustav Marx who attained notoriety by a desperate all day halloo that started Ina dug out near Liverpool Ind where tho trio had taken refuge niter a series of remarkable crimes including the inur dor of two employee of tho Chicago cltY Railroad companj barns In ibis InltnIlCtbllng In tho dugout and who participated d in many at their crimes Is to be tried separately not having been Impllcnt cd directly in tho particular murdc for which his assistants wero first or ralgncd oMore Trouble For Colombia Panama March 12 Tho internal situation in the Cgloiublan depart ment of Cauca bas fln no way Im proved and would appear to bo lipr proachtng a crisis Tutu eloctlpn to tho preHijlpHcy of Colombia of Cc oral Rafael la declared In eon quarters to bo tIN only thing lint Ca posalbly prevent a movement tour Caiica to secpdo from tho Unitt I States of Colombia acid If Joag01- na XelElZ Is elected Instead of Reyes is assorted that a revolution surely nthwill break out Tho Ilogota govern mont la fully aware bt the situation 1 n Cau S and liar ordeVeJ troops Cartagena and Darranqullla to p ceedi lani to Qulbdo a largo town itaaea K Continentaljfewlurn Re btHMa Mayo aged 90 thp last but ono BMrvIvInc WIllow ota reyldutlonpry war IWIr la doaa tree bfnyo w P ln U3C to Captain Stephenn o J Mtthwi TO years old Ho firs1letbiir S Damon at ijnIcinVt is now the rtlvfHK widow of a rovolution sofdterM e Killed Five 0j March HrtTWltlr tho hang + h tacMarxe u if admitted the killing of five 1IIIi declared In his confession tpwea one of three men who nINorthwcBti Dkalba Ship Believed Lost Halifax N S March 1tBeans 12 overdue the French steamer Pro patria which left St Vienna Mlquo Ion for Halifax 14 days Rdols bo+ laved to bo lost with 6p all a ateasterIkdy1 Bt Fleire 1- y tfi i iI11 11 PITHY ITEMS OF NEWS ATOMS OF INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONS AND THINGS Current Kventa of the Week System uttcnlly tlillriitod From lny In Day In the llrlcfcst Ioriu unit Itctcrvid For 1lilt Column TtKSIIAV Colombia will make no effort to ro take Panama Itooscvclta proclamation ot flow trallty pleases tho Russians Robert Orr nged 8J Huverly 0 hanged himself to n bedpost As ho was about to strike his wife Andy Novell Marietta 0 dropped dead Tho Czar of Russia will commanl tho troops after tho flrst land battle with tho Japs Three men wero killed three In jured and 17 cars of merchandise de molished In a wreck near Jopllu Mo Tho messenger boys strike against the Western Union Telegraph com pony at Chicago Is off The messen gers lost- Thomas Tobin was put to death In tho electric chair in Sing Sing N Y prison for tho murder ot Captain J U Craft In Kow York city Wives of United States senators have been appealed to asking them to bunt senate MONDAY Colombia has reduced her standing army to 5000 men Tbo Knlghtstown Torpedo com panys plant at Knlghtstown Ind was razed by an explosion Ono man killed Tho steamer bearing tha horses from King Menellk of Abyssinia as n I gift to President Roosevelt arrived ut Boston Llfo Insurance companies doing business In Ohio have 189133 policies In farce in that orate representing C8295089 In insurance As a result ot tho work of New York detectives Chicago to policemen shadow Chicago and a ue mayUPrince John Qodfrey aged 55 years descendant of Llttlo Turtlo and Fran cis Oodfrey of the Miami Indian tribe Woe instantly killed west of Fort Wayne Ind by his son John Oodfrey Jr aged 23 f SATIWOAV f High water does torso damage in Montana Tho Republican stale convention mOfflo will probably bo held on May 3 nail h The cost of stato militia at Springfield 0 has so far reached amount of 113000 Origin of headless bottles found In Delaware boy at Bridgetown N J puzzles the police Alonzo Stone aged 48 a farmer ro tddlngfaqycn miles north of London 0 committed suicide Ho shot and hanged himself At St Joseph Mo Mark Dunn Rcmldollrious from fever Incidental to pneumonia was hanged In tbo county Jail for wlfo murder Dunn la- n former Ohio man having restored nt NowarItunU1188L CC Pnvey grand master ot tho Ohlo Odd Fellows has summarily suspended Franklin Lodge No 207 Hamilton 0 nnd Newman Lodge No 787 for refusing to expel members engaged In flit saloon business Kit I DAY The Democratic state convention of Ohio will bo held early In Juno Mrs T n Kent CO Is mysteriously uilsfllng from her homo near Summer flcldi 0 t3 rloour uddeutllled men were burned to na boxcar containing gaso line which caught fire near Harrisburg Pat u1 5 1Vhaterndcrossing Indl m creelc near Porte mouth arid tuna drownedI Mrs rtC Fleming and her daughter lottlo wore Instantly killed by n pas 1Aanger train at Hanllns station near Stcubenvlllo O wbllo crossing tho tracks JrAt Murphysborb 111 a mob tom Carbondale niadean attempt to take thotSheriff Thorpeand deputies snot tho mob arresting 12 of their number TIIUtt1AY I Carolinaron B A hundred y ers ins are reported to have been druwnedtby the loss of the French steamer Cambridge oft tho i coast ot CQChln China Adellna Pattl announces that oho will leave Now York taking a steamer afor England Shesays she has can Dole all her engagements John Darrett present minister to tho Argentine republici is to bo minis ter to Panama W 1V Rusaoll nt presdnt charge at Panama was undo minister to olotnblaianiytrthur W Ueaupro now minister to Colombia has been rondo minister to Argcntlno to succeed Mr Barrett WKDNKSPAY Cloudbursts do large damage In tho state of Washington j Many collieries ortclpaed near Wil kesbarre Pa of 110- 0lledmlnesioiiHon Jacob Romeig former con gressman nnd prominent citizen of northern Ohiollcd at Toledo The hearing IhoOJmi lomuu1er raise at Rising Sun Ind tae been con tinned to the May torm flurt Mrs Joseph 1VIUdnstoa oath her daughter Nannie wcroijdrowwij In ntltempting to ford Merlin s rlvertn a buggy west of St LouliflMpfet I x- r i t iSi I1 t Here We Are The Celebra- tedHANAN SHOEThe Dost on Earth PRICEr QO PRICE For Sale By DAY BROS 00Jaelgol1 leltUQiy THE COMBINATION HORSE lion to Trnln nnd Core For a Call Tint I iilural United The natural gutted or so called com bination horse Is from fifteen to sixteen ImiuU high being naturally strong In genoml conformation and standing Htnilght on Ills medium sized feet with his legs well under his body Ills round tlatllko toes point straight forward BO us to insure nn Busy gait The fox trot Blmsle foot and running walk are the most desirable gulls although n few persons like the cantor slow pate or trot The latter gait however Is con sidered best for harness uso unless a higher rule of ppm Is desired Buys II K tuck In Farm nnd Ranch v The pneela the foundation gait of the saddle horse A Cult that paces when it Is toted line brighter prospects than fitly other nnlmnl of his kind When the cult Is n week old he should bo led by n baiter nnd the process repeated each week until bo is weaned nt the ago of six months Time colt should then be bridled When about eighteen months old he may be Raddled This gauges his disposition nod ho may ROOD bo ridden by n small lioy from two to four milts every otliQr tiny Having gone bU several galls under n saddle it Is time to harness nnd induce him to pull n cart Deal gently with the colt Do not encourage the use of whip or spur unless be Is III tCIII crell In such Sail efcnt study the illsiwsltlun of your charge conquer hint by firmness amid use in wbln If necessary It Is letter uwrvertjaKboiiaouIhie whip than ap ply It In inngectito humane The combination horse should bring from 100 to 25Onw n twoyearold and pt tide age can bo used for any kljul of light work JIll mane und tall fIioitlil ho long and thick Such n growth U possible by washing the momma and tail about twice n month with candle soap ami water white It Is also advisable to grease with lard about once a month Every farmer should own n combination horse both train trio Htandpolnt of business nail pleasure Such an animal may bo driven to n vehicle or saddled without Interfering with his natural gait or sacrificing speed It is enconomy to keep one well broth combination horse in preference to one buggy horse and another for saddle use During the past ten years I have exhibited and won premiums with combination horses nt nlmost every fair in Texas Reno Clipper 2174 at the mead of my stable nt McKlnney Tex hums won thirtyeight premiums whllo his colts Imro taken Hlxtyflve premiums Seventeen sales of his colts average over J42U3 per head TilE SWINE BREEDER Ii w Last spring I hind a sow three years old writes Frank S Haley In Stoek luau and Farmer She had always been a good mother She gave birth to thirteen pigs nnd In halt an hour after the plgH were born three of them were missing und In about an hour three more were gone Then us IIho wns very tunic and kind I got where I could watch and In a tau minuter slit took ono In her mouth and It oils nppeared III two seconds I went for BOIHO salt pork and when I value buck only four could be found I gave her four pounds of the neat all she would eat nod the next morning only two I could bo found nnd as tbo pigs lad j nurseol they were very slow to learn to eat but I took them from her Last taU she hind thirteen As I intended to I kill her I thought silo would fatten I better mind bo mute profitable In cold l weather Shin began eating them tfgaln as before and laid only fight left I I got a largo pall of cold water from the well nod poured it very slowly on the buck of her head on the brain If she hail any and she raised the eight nit right Tbl mado her pretty atilt but she came out all right pigs sot nil Ono of my neighbors tried the same plan nnd thexriault was tho same It stoppedber aetlag ter p1Mr instantlyw + J lJ of Qr1uF r- h k ra tiMvlnt In loin x a The hog Interests are going forward steadily throughout Texas Growing 4 t f crops will bo fed to hogs by the lug process this season Having clear ly in mind a succession of these crops thene rmer Aces his way to a cheap jfat hog This also largely Insuresftagainst disease Take growing groins i1 anti alfalfa for early spring grazing rAiJoj lfollowed by sorghum rape cowpens and peanuts Here is pork making a rc- oil that leads right up to the corn crib Feed n little grain all along ami the larger fellows are ready for tho 1tmarket at any time the price Is right Summer prices of pork are usuallyIbestlurui and Ranch Ilurkwrlieat n a Fred For Hog 1 Buckwheat is BO valuable for human food that It is rarely used to feed turn animals The hulls are mostly liber and poor but the middlings are most nutritious says Professor F S Cooley of Massachusetts Agricultural college Feeding trials of ground buckwheat for hogs covering 140 days have shown no bad effects nnd a remarkably rapid gain Tin gains appear to be more rapid than with most grains because hogs consume larger quantities of tboibuckwheat Time consumption of per pound of grain however U rather greater than with corn sad wheat AlfalfaFar Dropd SUIT Wallaces Partner says alfalfa liar when ferl to brood sows In winter should be cut flue and fed with a little toral Wo Und this Is not ueccasnrpwFor two years now we have our brood ROWS on plain alfalfa lay fv without cutting and they rat it up clam Xot n spoonful of grain Is given them until they furrow The effect of the alfalfa Is seen in the splendid qual e Ity of the pigs produced and the abun ilnnt yield of milk by the sows Hoonla Dairyman BANK WORRIES t I x lion O Clerk Fretted a Whole car AU 1or NualtIJlIr An ex bank official said that during his career In the banking business he had known more than one employee OCII bunk to get Into trouble on ac count of carelessness In handling moneyt One collector who was n light heart 5x1 fellow VIIB going clung the street In high water season flipping up a twenty dollar piece with his thumb amid linger anti catching It us It canto down Finally It slipped and fell ti through a grating on the sidewalk Into about two feet of water Ho made neBOIIIO efforts to recover It but finally decided to wait till the water was gone nnd then it was found that the coin Was also gone Another time the J saute fellow was coming up the street a with 101100 In twenty dollar pieces on his gliuujdcr In some way he lost t hlabold on tlm suck und In striking x the sidewalk It buii tp jind the coins rolled In 1111IlIrlCtloIl8 A number of people rushed to his assistance butitfe described n large clrcll urounil7lie suck nod w ut lug his nrl3 wJldly oro M t tiered everybody to stand bock 1104yrecovered most of the coin but Auld to get out of the banking buslnesi Another time n Chinaman Carne Into the bunk and deposited 200 nnd tooji a certificate o Asleep The clerk who miultut the certificate was pre l occupied mud wrote 2000 on It andaon toe stub When he matte up hit noI fi 5 to bunt Dp the Chinaman but nl + though bo gut n clew bu could newer i II lid him mid he remained 1800 short t oft the Loots He hull a notice of the date of the certificate amount etcM pasted III his desk end was always on ithu lookout to catch the certificate as tit came In Just a year from the day the deposit was made the Chinaman e So walked into the batik nnd presented the certificate to be cashed When saldrall200mistake in the amount of the certifi cute nnd ho has never touutltout and the clerk suffered this worry of be ri lug short In lib mind for a whole year nil for netthtglortlaud Oregoulan w ia Si S Q T 0 if a w a rt 5 n lvlwsi3L j wisn HAniNS Editor Friday March J81J1Ud If u riOK SSIOXALCAlIS r = M- J1Pisx HAOINS 0 X OTLlNOl HAOINS BOWLING ATTOKNEYSA TLAW Office over PostOnicfJA- CKSOXn KENTUCKT trAil business Intrusted to them will receive prompt and careful nt 4 tenllon = == = = = = cL llunmYnnnmnIllJ I = LAWYERI = JACKSON KENTUCKY E Will prnctlco in HrenlliUl unit E Mngiftln Counties = RmiUUUUUWUWiiUUUimUUUUlUml NNNNNNNNNNN N N r 1 IIJACKSON KENTUCKY L INNN NNHNINN NN JOHN DTIlTE r a w y rh Office over lUnkMnnchestrr Clay Co Kentucky Also Room COS Kentucky Title BIdg Louisville Ky Will prnetlce In Slate and U S Court iII1lIes correspondence touching New j Ern Cu Iniid In Owaley orO V L C- I1Jullllln I Ilnrlnuua Ooose Creek Turn far sale Ky Ufou npilliUltm iII invpsl mill report vultieioftltleior large tinctr of timber coot nnd oil land locntnl between Meslmd Monroe county Ky a and the head of Kiiifdoni Come hotel er Cu Ky JLE Circulation more than + FOURTEEN nUSDlmn Coplc- ti = r AVKwill accept advertisements oii a guaranty that our paper h itsn Iif more than twice the circulation in Cfr Urcathitt Cotuily of any paper published Our paper goes to ev cryogt office in Terry County i and almost overyone in Lee Ha goflln OwsleyTand Wolfe Coun ties J Jf you want to reach tho moun tain trade tryan ad in the JJKGATH k TIT COUNTY Nws jy Judge Robert Riddle is making an envi tle record i iitho IirefJ 1 1terlll of court herQsAIl P irti members of the bar and liti nntsaelrew 6neral satisnctioll j with hiawunjiitra 6n the bench Ho ia setting whtit Wo hope wi 11era bo taken af a precedent that there r cut noTtrillingwith the cour H that men held to answer for t v crimes null olronsos must perform the judgment of the court and otIu subject LJIecortund its ollicern yfjL to becuin nStho menus ofetadinrr N trial and punishment This boa coin neltdtibla feature a wor t thy precedent and will bo for furnishing encourtnei eotfsothos wl 6 deserve cotletitnation111- ty a i t bee drNoxetrgteilclearly that 110 oirngo no delays in tlfb + I of and thog I1I e a lUiou cases c whoaro brought before him may dsexppectto receive the very fullers y measure of justice Iftiuyok 1 J RaiolI that have been running on the doCkt year in year out1 Swwjtbat required prompt cousid v i I tMwtt9n nru beingtaken up iy t Jj Aiid being disposed ofwith LjJ38 ability Inditaionss o tiut to neral reformationJot Jl 1 111 fat COJdltlolllunonr county an ill n pure boncii and loon tlet J lzonBlllpwo can ninko or tli a pfcrfnmed crimecursed county ofI + fBreathitt one of the most delight ifiilitHictiona of the land LM The JoltWhite cases were con ginned yesterday in the Court IfI i Appeals to the April term RndI j iUhecageg set for argmnlont for F Dfa nth 0- j Colds nru Dangerous 1iJt 11 1 Ilwtyntiftatt you nenr itrilnnrked fllltltl 111111R few Buys lalltr4 ti rrunit IlI finn la on his back with rlittkTioplu tucti COlltlnon f twite uold howe erlllllthlI 1Ii tWIt hii dlsrpBnrded ChalnLerI 1IFsituJetII Itentatlyeuunteracte any yluw l pneumonia ItYaj Is Iel1lG1lt take 1 JI1HaC JC 9ft h Ji If o J y11r4 Y ay tr rct FUEE BUS TO mimi FROM tESTiiOTEnirriiECITY DEPOT has ARLINGTON HOTEL we tlgnr le- IS S TAULBEE PROPIIIdrive fAGKSQW KENTUG1CTF- IKSTOOD LIVEflY STABLE IN CLASS SAM ILE CONNECTION ROOM and r CitCorrespondence east Items of Interest From Our Correspodents in the County huge I the BOONEVILLE Ceo Lnny has aupcceded Gale Mur phy n carrier on the Boonevlllo nnd Henltvvlllo mull route and saga hee lilies his job- Humor has II ttiht Jnme Neal wall hot and wouni iii near lleidlehurR Friday tint pnrllculnr unknown Jim Is like DIB famoliH Ir Unttlehead 1 never out of oneRcrapu till heV Into another Putter Wilson hall retired from IhlI hotel hunlnesa in Boonevlllu and hIrelurnrd to his farm at Miuilden KrI Joe Bukor postmaster at Floyd Will last week taken before U S Joininls loner Boatty nt Bealtyvllle by U S Marihnll Maya charged with his slump cnncellnlliii and other Ir reRiilnrilloa in oflluH end held to an swer at CoviiiRton at the next session of the U S Court In thin salty of 1000 Tin lion Fnrly hind recently Bold hiliI IIAIIs of Lea Co for 2100aiid moved to Bently vllle Hall holing sold his fllrniln Lee county to Kobe it Crook of dladfdot- to county W B Bullock hM added much do the appearance of his property by pavhl a nice portico built anti hh build repainted J M Campbell has recently renwvet his stock of merchandise frourtiie lab hard store building on Maui street t- a the Ed Campbell store property on Mulberry street where he asks all to call and see him In hU now quarters Tom Couch who e caped frcm the custody of n juaid while working out sentence of lift from tin Circuit Jourt and was pohe for about a mOlllhI returned with the measles anti them well scattered iii town iliA fa thera family ore all confined but oneI The doctor of town were yesterday called tnmvrfortn an operation on lien ry Isaac n tick Creak who has been been confined to his bed with pneumo nia fever fotpme time Smallpox Is pretty well under con trill at Wolfe Creek but there are eight now cnn a nl Cow Creek an old man Joluu AletridilhReynolos art I thought to be dangerously hail and hi- si thought they yrjll iifit recover ntIlrnr and MM W Aa Onmpbell trb otill have conducted ono of the most IUCI 09CPaiPIJ PeediUlFg of Booneillle ACldell1I will begin April U6th n sixweeks Nor mal for the benefit of teachers of this nod adjoining conniies fret Camp bell has token an Inturml in Jlip tenclt AMci llini art other ediiQntloiinl affairs in tliln county onJ desTa the 1 jt DlrstCiimpbull nru bulb teachers of ninny eaU successful experience and come us highly recommended nests we be speak for them success In their work Yaller Britches illFINoASTIE mrhu titer like wheat and llonrj lies arnUi the mt time in a lung 5UIhlll 1 ii Iolldr LOliglitn11 uf Kiuc l 1 Tile shed paid Asa nn mi- lwxs du hnllJljlfJide or lndI Oliver for h3 g eS J Furls of NYIiibliealer was here talking IerfeutiOiTflour to our mer clmnts Monday J E Klncuid vas called to Ltxlnglon Saturday on business Id E Slmokleford was visiting his mother niter In WolfH county Hiuulii and Mondny Moving seems to li the order of dny now A 11 Aker ha muted hid family to Klucusilo S It Gentry move I Into the house of J E i uid nul Kln card has moved to tlio farm uf Janiei Ivincnld S II Shuckleford and wife of Zucha u rluh visited in this jmrt lust week On last Siilnrdayevo the people hUeJ volt to come Into Fincaitle In great gnllltlamlnfter n little Inquiry wo were nforintd that there was a Junior Lodge to Im IlIslltu ell hertlllllit a little litter In the evening It developed that Ihe goeta back wiimoro nnd he woulJ out move ii peg thud nlghl so theydecided to let him feat for two weiks when they will try It iiRaln provided IheI gotitt back U well by that 4nmur Sum Treadway Iqtt here Jklpnilny morning fur Len Ciiyjwliertf he leu a job us fireman nt aVnw mill Frank Mmrl lri9 L k E bridge force was here the first of the week re pairing a house in which he expects Loll to house keeping foon Ills wife hoe been living at City City einca lostI full Phoebe Spencer l i very low wllh ly phold fevecj neighborhoodhve 1IiIr P 1 Y f J 00 11 r- r j 7 vy ther is holding them buck considerable T S and M E Shacklnford are RlI cJ Iclltheconsiderably to lion appearancu of their garden They ore putting null pick in around HllilCORNETTSVILLE Into UIII Win llamon Is very III with kidney trouble and Is not likely to recover The Mrs Iolly Ann Bra heart of Si Paul Ark Is vMtlng frlendi and relative up lore fur the first lime lu 2f years Sloe the there has been quiln n change her old home since her df parlure lust John llolcombof Lllila Creek loath the misfortune of getllng his born mid contenla burned on the 10th lust I and sotuucgone this Win M Cornell Is very poorly thin a weekII Fincleton hail gone to the city to his spring stock of ltoOlhIArch CorneltE Sons steam saw and for grist mill was turned the lllh 11It IIJIIlia3000 Cause of fire unknanntA A Cornell Is having a good custom isITeopln are having some trouble IIIZ listSIIoWAit CHEEK pay In UAnjIUfiiiftt1- Dont be raying cant tiff this or cant do that or fa it any bona Ghristlan Ily U nut n no hum religions anl IIwnrs means KOIIIH good When you loco a question dont stop and ask If IIII nor harm hut ask if It la good you study your bible carefully nud pay faithfully trying to lia soul win wtvn sera fur the Lord you wilt neiil er the bt In darkness nor unfriiilful Keej yourselves unspotted from tin OrurThe devil has been practicing on llil built world about six thousand years and lie dpm were our lllllllh If lull gel over In his dooryard nnd playing lag lie will lent you some and get your tug Ifn milt trine the heaven he bas gained all If he 10t1lIIe heaven he lose nil lie instant In jea son and qut of reason lie patient III trnlchand pray aways dont be de- c enl J111t devil has nothing logl lug jilii servants but troiihlti lit will make sinners think that Gus wont take him because he hRS dotu some bull deed It it Christ delight Id save tinner I believe that the word NItI HarniV nr8 the devils trade mark = rii dugs have got the childrena bread 3ar I ate 111 In TEiltfY l k 101MivUiling her sister Mrs 1llnl Terry returned 111 lo her home In Uolfn county else Ike terry Wini parentsat Tarry riJttihliMluudar f arkliecklt and Lizzie Allen lest Uednei I vHa dayCnppho1erry iann the tick lid thh week Chester OrillUh who IIHH been gllnp 10 school at Uorea returned to lilt louse at Etkiiawa last week Mrs Mills Terry who lot bran sick for the pa + t week Ir improving V John Onlhoun vMlfd iU nlnleri Mrs Robert those alt Fiidiiy and Snlmdiiy AiJ ii Mfaa Jua biilhaonFhrlrdn ties t J KOU33EAU r a Hiley iIttof Stevoiipnn ii liulldinu two story hull1hilfnithli n rut self Jan II Oalhoim tins iniveil in with rill Nancy blclfuoehion her tart to take cure of her w J There are a great many ptipiar logo waiting for F Day to ntensure ion Quicksand s Floyd Graft b1loo bushels of cjrii fur 1 100 Jack Maiin has got his vwiler mill running shape 1 J HoLt Mclntogli and Joj Levcly run 1200 ties last weekIIan Rev Dan Mclntosli aril Davis will hold services tf1WillnOy Uianch school house the April J f Rev PIII Mciutodl will l ldmevices you nt Jute Ilolbroks school liouwtthe nth Sunday IIIIarcliti lib II ford Hlchie is holding Sunday School on the South Fork of Qulekeund ual fur the Preebplerlan Church John Craft has louRli5irtii Days 11I1eIL tile 111n1x fares alrstriawr r- q If l1 Ialit 1 1 fib R outsell into the house with Mr IeRgy MInlx JudgeMlller says tint ntuce whlky been d riven fmm his netghliorhood have the mo l quiet amiz 1111Irlhll1 neighborliood in thn cut uts hour eau Nourish In any ertniuiMiilly nn s by the common couAj + t nrlhlllltuIId rUcommunities try the fame the tiger out Otthh 1i Pry II n Leave Leonard Barnes John UuMiong Cllrla Aihley John AVaiklnfV llorb Jr1Il1 Henry Spencer Junior of Illdgewood Junctliin neat lo Clay y lust Friday night lu organize a of the Junior+ t Friday morning nt 0 Jiclock nn bound freight train ran a handler lying In lilt middle of Iy lur Irack near Iteiitl lilt Junction ful the train Imd just erased the Kentucky ery river bridge nod was Ruing at a gait when In rounding a curve engineer saw tlio lingo rock lying of the middle of lira track JUKI n fulfahead Tlio cults train was rill The locomotive was badly damaged and barely escaped rolling Ingly the river The fireman was tin ables trainman hurt Ills tout was lull IIIcrllother trniminn j imped and saved raIhellltlvlIand it required 21 hours to clear up rlckfurAlbert Samples went lo Winchester Friday lo sea W 1 Scobee gild son York Samples Is a merchant and lumler and denier Ill Little Sinking lu Lee county he de lres to sellout his various In lereKtii and remove lo another locality visit lo Winchester was lo orciire purchaser for his property Married at the residence of John Rush March Oils Mr Jamr 0111ur jicharlah and Mira Kale Johnson of Itonneville We extend hearty wishes a life of peace and prosperity save Win liutli Jr has removwl hN fam to here from Ilidgewood Junction Ho lenaiil of Jas hush home over the tunnel Miss Bertha Walklns of Ellljay U n visilint her father John Walktnr- Mesiliuiicj Maker and Shackleford almriah werrt veiling Mrs Leonard at Itidgewood Junction tail Mr IIG Martin nod ton George went to Lexington last Thunulay IIIwi n fortnights visit to Mro Cora Con Klon 11 rs Marlin will also visit the Midway Female Seipinnry where bur sinter MlMiEflle Martin is atlendlni Bcluml Miss Ellen J Proctor who lung been slatiiined Jat Kidgewnod Junction fur t sa teacher auJ mifsloiitry under nugjllcex of the Soul Winner SN ciolyynAiirnedto bar home at Young t Miss iVoitor notch society lhll represeols didn won derful work fur the mnuhlafn people lhla tieIghbohoiKl A church was a free school organized relig 10113wnikilouH tending to uplift Ihe eople temporally and Mplrltually We j extremly lulls to lute a11Gs toiler only her future work will he- M ntcccaafuland welcome as it vat IIITpeople of the little town lit CIIIIUIiaa Miss Lulle Hush wits taken seriously last Sunday At the present HlILshe Is conafdurubly bettor iiiul John 11ntklne will lakpcliarge of and fOIlIrttvithoiit thus lintel touch we are glad to in that John propose to run ItrolASiWCochrBU pert ovner of the- oiSinber Ooof Ulnciiinall tins been r oirtuwII sttr1 dale lie III detlr nuir purchatlhg 10000000 feet of of iMHtbVr IIe II J and sup K M KOSH who is n Tu ihe Eiyitern Ky Stave Gon c- t1 Nt rLird TvrolmeMibeitAb IUtbt Duy 11 family eMrlurUl t i grlplie Grit opk of count rldiptikylitesletelraylvester 8ctr II iif frjt liltrtur 1StWt W of Ifldgeatlcad Jj 9JIu4llsltfihie ijtrngl AIftilIItrnllllll 3 U 1rfOrJne w911waiatltln IIJ Iho work iliey projMie to start tlieiiilll by the 615 1 OT A1hlOYiu of Kidgewood Junction went lo the mouth of Miller Creek during Ihg llrst of the week lie about in close nileul frilly innm parr oil Sinking Uretk to liiw a trust of timber His Irlji wns log delermlnr V locution fur his 111111alldHAI hilt QV clinneei there would lie In plirchnse some timber llmi ie could handle him IiIIIS been alrN ilk Lfy eoiitraci Eastern Ky lavrCIIJUrlh piiit 1Ihelt 9ri Dout overlookours iioisit de oiunjjfIplxe9slhehead g Irrailingtonable and terms easy Four paiUIiil apply lo doAVInchester U Kelman Is paying the highest time market price for hoer hides und tUff I Come end seo uc We will please A P CRAWFORD A Co ono The NEWS and OrrierJourwi one arJ A tll4luaranteed J J 1 t r1t 11 tfjJ af t1 lllAJK OKASS TKACTIONCO Ouorgutown and Lexington Trac lion Uompatiy Invu Lexlngluu for Pails ovpry from On iiilo pm andntA i4m Leave Inris eviry hour fromiT m tu 8 p in und at 10 p m Single 10 cell Is Leave Lexington for Georgetown ev hour rum 7 a m lo 1 p m except in 111 m A p m and 10 p m Georgetown every hour from 0 m lo 10 p m except 10 n m 12 m 7 and 0 p m- YAlBXANDKU lrelltlelltH Itarpilu For Farmers the NewYork Tribune Farmer n lihllonnl illiurnlpd iigi cultural week of twenty large pges hits no super as n thoroughly trnclicnl and heli pnbllcallon for the farmer anJ ev member his family nnd the pub tubers rue determined to give h a cir culation unequalled Iy any paper Us class In thi Slnle Knowing that every enterprising farmem nUny rends lib men lo weekly newspaper The New Yurk Tribune Farmer has mde an exceed liberal arrangement which en us In offer the two papers at so n irleii lint no farmer can floid loe the opportunity The price of Ihe New York Tribune ofis 100 n year tnd The Brvnlh County News is JlOO n year pagan sent for a full year If IlIIti fur to bite Kicws Jackson Sviid jour name and address to New Tribune Farmer New York City n peciuiu copy of hat paper 11- 1be mailed to yo- uCombination OllVr By our liberal term with the pub lishers of other pal + r+ we are shit- In furnish you two papers for a little more than the price of one We can you money on nap i nper you vlsli take We will furnish you THE BUEATIIirT COUNTY oi1 Salld litter uf this following Coos tie rJintro at Loniiivllle llernld Chicago InlerOrenn Cincinnati humor Lexington Lender Hone and Fnrolor- New York TribuneFarmer Otto Year For Only I1B No one should be without A paper he eon buy two of the belt In the riumlry for in little mousy af lit l IAU MM tt1 no fearsuf the result when lining C iyansfields Flour white anil has the nalllul flavor of the wheat burry Ihnulbetter whiter healtiier bread have been using bccaiine from the brat wheat and milled tin right way on the best equipped Hour mill III KtlIll1ckralet a 25lbsack MOUNTAIN LILLY talk to you It- will c be more convincing thin a barrel wimh AwL your grocer for It It 0 MANSFIELD SON nOSSLYN KY 52Ej2S2 2S2S25u5ryc i3JEErl UEUItIS CIVIL ENGINEEU3 ANTI SUIIVEYORSI n 0Prompt Mention given to all cinsnes of work nid SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JFIUEJAOKSOY r- n5tj252S52Si sa2rnS2 A Great Offer This is Presidential year an ryjoinocrat will want to run thyiCoiiriorJoiiriiul and every II publiunn will want to read tj Louibvillif UtTHWr tlio Itadi f I- jiKpera of each JIrLyil1 the Tt ucky IU order to all this rivilogo WIt e eN refour it Ij ortliei a IZh1 etlrr haGo ea o Y Ptv caet11or It y 4of co rxatliltt itiAbCe btti bflt QalldJtJ Oth inrJIleraldlerryear LI otfhr will La itli1ratva IArtt G laUI laebeefed- yertlee tla t r u advor 1 1 4 hkltpf 1R fir 1rfkI 2 t Y s 4 v+ is xJ Day Bios Co 1l the most complete stock of t 4 r- GEAL RGHANDISE Ever brpBht to Jackson Consisting rtit 00dS tttra It 110lflSt iOftutUI qJ 56esL4 S LVine of SHOES in astern Kentucky ur mens shoes are f the Latest Style or the Ladies vgrhvethe most Fashionable Lot Shoes money Iduld buy mmery UoodThi Department is under the man gem nt of Mrs R J Fulkerson whoIII youU Style Hats I lirect from New York City Also ASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS alj the Latest Patterns slid weaves FreshP rom the Eastern Markets V If I on ed any House Furnishings ors i ITURt 1 f are the people you are looking fortve have it by car loads to suit r every body Come and see us our MUllllllrHMHIIHIIIHWHHIIIIIIITTIHIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIimillllllllllllia rices Are 111 UigtttII- N IIIINIHNIIIItHIIIIItUtNIIIHIII111NNIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt I r aYJ irosooa f ill 1 1 1 l it r J 1I it fI rI 1t640 Ytr 0- t L14t CIrT C 1 mM djJ UP rif tji tf li IKr O ft J tr h fj c f 4y jof Ir M tt l rt tr c I r i t iI lL J r J1r T r V+ f L Li t rJl I M a 1 I t 11 J 3 1 Ir WATCH Tills SPACE F- QRBARQAINSrJ NEXT WEEK lg t Stockdon SA 20 PER CENT OFF On nil MUIIH null Hop heavytt Suite IniitH Overcoats and t LiilioH amid CiuuU i lURNISHIIlG GO S All tlusac goods wilt bosnldregard s Dont delay15r1II uinonii tilt Info L 1r I is n ultueo liven ill tit111r n n coniploto iS LOW PRIOThroiigliunl our stock tIIq I I y 0 0 t i I I Yours For 1nlh O KELMAN4 Jackson KcnhHkyI i The Breathitt News IMillUlitMt IVery Irldtiy Clriiiliitloti tuont t- 1IUlrlII N IInulrlI eoplar1- 11r r f LIocn and ltl pcrsonnll UnchJ Mrlt lluwninn of Athul WH II JIIUUIl Tarvlny Winit In l siiiKinii iui with llrg nl Unwl Itoltl MoCucfp Napier nnd Sinna 1 Irnrt wuro nteii rleu Inrt 1rldny W In h jif VtiUe cuiinly visited I jNcki oi Mondiny nnd TjHMUy I Atlnrhty 1 1 Huh Ulddoll of Irvine hilt biiii nltrudi igiiuiltln rj IU ivetlk t Mr JIIIIWiI Konl has inovid Into I CltIIIIIIIIr lluaaolottnll gs Art nuo j II 0 lIooTTijoo reliK1111 lir1 IIf week fruut tisucetleful bmlnos trip ofhlIlIllml INxinglnn hnll tuteplaluau errItnugi Inil 3nnlaliuhl fainlly have movid filth llnive li ru Ilirl of tnn near theJrut rllC l9I Ihlln i ocJZyvr lTriinl Inn weik null iiiMiiiiil hll4 old place with W II VlifUnk r thn lmrliir AtliirnliyJohn K Iulricl Itft 1 Veillhta neiulay niornlng fur Ilindinnn where hu jjouit to ntloiid roam Mli A linn Kninney r itiirii d Monday it 1111 IIt cltlHt wderw dim Inid bwun buy IIIK her cpi fug Ilin uf niilllnery Uubt Doatiin and Alira Corn AllenHbare wuru ninrriHil at thn renidiiico bridO Hour Koiucvcll last 1lIsrsd I liaVH four gooJ plow ur wngon liorsfi fiirMnlu Oiill in ino lit luru nnd Kl drives alp examine stunk MflUrnhi llcnry WHIKIII Inn Mgr of KaliMn Kv Tulephoneaild 1elrq lIllIklh Od shin boen horn hit afl4 r the Iillerent nf his company Anlhony Frailer and MisaMiiry Jane Kilwtml Irlllllrrltll nt thin rush t nf thu brides rntli + r Squirt James words Sttturtuy I I Parrott lyhn land hon via Ilnnt11111 III1IIL 1111 G Kelnian hiss gout tit theelty tu buy hln IIIIII and Hilmmf r sHiok sit liood which he prolnlne will bo larger than over lieforo iI f S S Yaiilbeii nilurned Wednesday from u bunlniiis trip lu Spring cork V where hoU Interested In Ihq uursun L Ilk and lumber bualnew 9 11 z o f i 1 Attorney A II SUmj Va IfI county has bran allendiii t Is tart during lht pad week Bee 8 D Kleenor liar III akhuechurls rllr 100 sain fur 2t10 t1 IiInlIurnlnpraft ruihil under tho IKMIIII n him iindir Dm IMHIIII nail ki t inillur 1 fall incnulfs Slat Ml ii liiMln II tarurge fmnilr uf rhllilron I will pay caih fur Uumn Town and School Claims A8J Mrs J II Marciim and faini next Monday niuvn In Vltii to maku I hat place her future IIn e are sorry In leer hem frutn o t sucenlaI r new IhrHey Mr Oebuaerof Mender was In Jackion Sunday In the uf Siindny school work through the county Vhili + Imam be ran Ill thin Sunday ncliooU in Jnckii llrvathltt comity sad eaveable I ei nl bath the IVesliylerlmi nlid wlul chinelms tliriiiiKli ui tlm t VC rdvell n u9 apputn ter Uuminl li ner uf Slims tin Circuit UtiiirlUtt Tiiemlny by ItMilell Mr Curda ell la well I 1 all oar 111111 hrld Il lleesofCoiintr nod Circuit Jlf county fur ninny years I well jiiallllfd for thin olllco nnj II1l1kl a gun venoms + Ionnr To whom It msy concern t Km KI1I111 and Mary Keith my 7Tin loft home ulthoiit my cons bring nilnnrn Nolico In ju LYhlIl1 Hint 1 will proscenia In ifve tent of thin law nnj out who aids nl cncnuraKes ur uffers them any at mice while absent from my hums r trnr to taw Hmit Keith List of unclaimed mailer ndvurti by Daniel H Hurst post master Jackson Ky March Ifith 1001ft sent to the Dead Loiter olllce nl Wa AIP Otis 1001 IUron Lunnra ll K 1ldecrnftlunteri- ra I llaker J A Ouldwell J A v 4 Calhniiiii Clayton KHoly Wnyno t Mareiim AIIifMoklos Novad Nllijt Seth Neely Lenfa E Mr ant Mrs Yirtl D D Hunt PM t- oI i vj 1 7 = Circuit Court I liirtiifj tie week I Iw pOlliIg Jlcnry Tlmrp iivo years for tho ninrdor of data Frazier about Hyo ywtrs ngo- ilninuu Oaliorn was niitltxl Iho char o of burning 0 XJJuw1 islore1illi0 was ncqtilttwl of lhu chargo of shooting nod wounding Sydney Jlinix 1i against Lliluio 11 arts for malicious shooting and wounding was minced to n III lishi and tho defendant iii ngl1illBtDnllid Several iiiifldemcaiiorcnsoa wore disposed of Kllttn IonuiU wan granted a I vorce trout Henry Jornott M life Combs front Thomas CombsThu ease against Jas fnun forot tho murder of Lum Gross is now in jurySeveral woro con tinned on Hicount of absent w nesses Litillis Aid Society Organize A number of InellllI uf that Ireshyler Inn ihiinili not in thi Church In rper IliiMlay aft rnann nod or nulrctl n IIlra Aid Society The following + r clrcle1 iilllit r Mco J Ulun Iingi Irfxlilfiil Mrs C II nixim Vii 1reK MM J Illalr MiLin Secretary Mrn JoiS llrnilJr 1ioiKiirrtr- Tin1 itlijtci uf Iho soeltiy will bn In work In every way for Ihn god uf IhmaIs church Tin nuL work the Indies will iinderlakt + will he tu rifiirnlsli the lerior of limn church amid nllinrwlsn up inn Kfneriil apppurnnro All tlm dies uf the church nod llitir friend are nuked lo Join the society and help I Indie In their Rood ivork KHADIT TllltOUCII TvoiiM Spin lisle Story to Toll It In the llnulllnrx- Tu ime an IlKhleiiilh century Ills til- hl14 SI In nil oer Iruo lale llnviiiK hnppeneil In n small VlrKinla town in Hie wilder uf IPOlMl I r a story Very much of the present Up tu n Miorl limn aUn MrKlnliiiKllarmimof Ilr Ifn Elation Vu Imd no persmul knowl edtfeuf the ram curative pruperllpR uf f liiiiilirrliiino C4iiih Itiinrdy I Janunry hlhili baby tlkII drendfiil cold nail alone time I fan ulie wuuM have piieiimonlu hurt one II ally nelKhlor tnhltnA how t hirrlll dy land cined her Illlle bur nnd I remgamma RlviiiR it lo my hllltnL once noon cured her J heartily thank HIM 1IIIIIIIrOlllrlrtlllr Clsn amuse rill I 111 Cue h Uemedy fur plnciiiR so grunt a cu wliliin my reach I camuit tree mend It tau highly or say luo much lt14 favor 1 hopi IIlIlhll rind thU will Iry It and be convinced as J wn 1 or sale by Dai Urns Cu Crab Orchard Va Jleh 15 lOOt I njnlu havn received a rally of Hit IrdirenllItlCnunty NeaP Ill II comn Mch OXnsl 1 h 1CrntukYghavo born so kindly treated there Ilio Itnck people have brae exceeding ly kind lu airs Mr Miles Hack nail nivnelf went In duo Moiinlnlii Adsocta ti iu together nude nevcral yearji pllOl IhIIIIIL was held on Troublesomo Creek urncnr Hie mouth uf Iliickliorn boanled with a kind Rood Renllemin by name of Alien I enjoyed Hint u rip mina 1 want lo visit Jackson aRaln I haven dearly beloved friend there hy name of Joseph Oumm Yours truly J K 1 Littg Well Apiln The many friends uf John lllount will be pleased tu learn that ho entirely recovered from his attack rheumallMn Chnmherlatni 1aln Halm cured him after Ihe beet doctors In the town Moium lush had failed I- III relief Tho prompt cells r luau plain which this liniment iilTuid I ilone worlh miny limes lta cod For nit by Day Hro pa Osler Supper f- I Thl hulien ofshat 1Ih111I1I IIIIclI- I Klve nnd ui lerjup er nljti tulornk amid rnmidi will nrs rr- tut I null lutant II I11uIb Mh kfrmii 5 ba Mli in Ilii liilo inn sell nnd pliiiiirr and eclair 1tlip that church ant auk thil help of heir fiieiulii lV Filch fortmtn of UII Miss Martha Mr WIIII leJi1fi ihlUJdfWiTr + mnvHed nl the y hotel Louisville hist SHo sjoon by the hut Geo W Yoj orjiiluwn Tlieyumi2oii housekeepbiR lackso Jul- er Urnist niilil Mil f rl1otsn1111tn FlipdOreft uHllhnl lsII slmi find Craft flla1 Inlerest of Mrs Marl ny III the Mlijjx farm I j Tliiiloneywtriid child of Win Ida riwhlAvedarllC llormtls shed JIII illiji week It was lpken lo- aiJnoulfVofIIIIUIIr Qiiieksaid for bnr Int I tIt hnvaaiij houses or tat tIlIliSynll tram wselflIiltlhCIl1 with Howling Ifyou waul pletureenny kind or a price mall on who t RUarnnluB you ulUfuotliin j jif f Are pile a iubi8riber tOIhe sews Jt r y- t Y V 1 1L nI be n of OPENING PARLIAMENT ilThe Which It Wnn none artiby iurcn Vlclorln Tin trumpelH sound The genre n lironilips triiiiupet continues nut first outer ufaBfde door close elbow the c of heralds rldllyI liMHod sloVljT hvo null two flit the great otlIcerHof the Ii0iisiliod till hat lord iiiancolior bciirliiR parse a IIIIWIofirt hulls 5owne etch the crown the liirl of ti land with the wirrof mulnleniiiitr tnl till Uulteof VelllnBlou with tllllIwo11 lendlugthe uudhIlllaw of the Duke of Wellington who one of till ladles In Avnltlng The urllutru and prince sit down while every ThoilUCCIIliBHweet My lords rolling the r wntcd Upon which tho peers lilt down except those who pntcr with the IIOUtI atItstomacher of the game The Duchess Sutherlandlclose by her aide with ducul coronet of diamonds and little back Lady Douro also with her coronet On the right of the throne stood the lord chancellor with nfnrht itrollo and flowing wig holding the surrounded by the emblems his olllcc n little further one step lower down Lord Ijinsdownc holding the rlcrown op n crimson velvet cushion and on the left the Duke of Wellington brandishing the sword of Htnte In the air with the Knrl of Xetlnnd by his Lnside The quires twin of royal purple IwpwewholeInnmo a or n IIsloll After n few minutes the to chancellor came forward nnd prcRCnh the speech to the queen She rend sitting and most exquisitely Her dutcllko and her whole emphasis de cided nod Intulllgcnt Vory soon after Ittbo speech Is finished sho leaves the lishOIiIlC and we all follow ns soon ns +r our carriages Sirs imry 11IInncrott In Scrlhncrs A srti IIISOME WOMEN 4 rose In public and do It In Drex ceedingly clumsy way Carry on n conversation In n ton that savors of scolding Show n spirit of happiness on tile smallest possible capital Lose the regard of taco by being too exacting In their demands Have an Idea men constantly are try lug to attract their attention Uso terms of endearment which con vcy neither sense nor meanlir Impart n flavor of comfort to every thing of which they otc a part art11ant tbo world to regard them as n authority on lull social questions titnlpoet a fNHnre a manner about thrill that f fhlludclphlIli a Ilniir Sodden DMitlift on Sunilnr Irnltt you ever notice there err more deaths in Philadelphia on IIIIIIItrue null the records prove It fit u police book In the electrical bursa 1 time city hall contains this record Sometimes time fatalities of this nature are double time number of any wed tiny How do I account for It 1 I duo I simply hazard a guess or two It IllurUlyIon no 1111Igcstlon Kor flfteen years I hero no tlcetl thin excessive number of deaths on Sunday yet I hero never heart nny one give n reason other than I have mentioned Philadelphia Press nlThe meal at iiliinlmn IlThe Individual struggle begun lit In dustrial slavery is now knocking Its shackles to places nail will end with- MIl each worker having n hand nail voice In tho management of his work In co operative control of all IndustryV It U as Inevitable os that an ncorn JtlU grow Into a tree All things must Vrow or tile they cannot stay still bruit If they would To saj that laboring mdn shouldVlie wiltshofor o that n rosebud sliouhl not want to blossom Tho trouble with many people Is tlintithejrfaiiiiotcliBngo their vlowi olnt pI u hliS ns the AV ild grWs + ttUlNOnutt I uCenturyA V l liTIv Mejn ThI If rlntntktd Mr JopPn to lfi ivlfenri no glttlttIhIp his ihnll on J Ihe Hrst of the modh ydu hero glased your vocation You should have been n member of the soIcgls latiire rdsVhnt do you mean by that naked wife ren lire so Jndefatlgnblo ln Intro dueifpullls replied Jones Clnclu uaUfebauc I An Un r Conandrnrn f Jokey lcro Is n cymuiulnim forjrou Wbhtfl thtl tlirrcrati elmehtecn man slid his wife HdnpeckfNpne lnmic 1111 lintptdtit IlaeontM1rtemcnt TiiiJI1Just love dpgs He Thci to be u dog SrlcJsoVcr tale mil w Ilartanl Inmi oon Save a snore act to sense of lhaQtR women Wnltcful Children 4 POI long time the two year uleI chlldnf Mr IM Mclhprfton HO N 10 blanthat night which tnndo jt very until sormho parents Her mother conclnd LrllllhllIStomach and Liver Tnbleis whi tlIIInl t rent euro and sliaiJjBww weir att strong Forisle y bflrasCaAa r f 1an Do- you work day In and day rout and for smnUI little hope rvnnccmcntl We cnnI many and become the ellplIl1 fro Thousands have already doubled or largely increased their salaries by following our plan Wo can help you qualify nt home in spare time and at small expense for any of the fol lowing positions uMechanical Eledrhal Steam CIvil or Mining Engineer Electrician Sur OrnamenlalDealgnerrl rcographer Teacher ShowCard Writer Window Dresser or Ad Writer Write 101JonINTERNATIONALC Correspondence SchoolsB- ox 799 SCRANTON PA on ULI ox Ota Loot Biruuumiri A S Johnson has lime fur snlo al- f 1I5 per barrel Vlintn few Kentucky people think of nurticliool Chas llngnii machinery nail ens en ulnes Winchester nyn Octal lcmiitta I am n student In your Mechanical Kit ulneering Course read cannot say tin much of your method of teaching nl any time W A Wilson head carpenter Ken tacky Murk Cod Co Cnnnel Oily Ky You course in Architecture is whni nhueldn YtllIlecourse I nm n sludeiit Is C unplrl+ in rear delnll and I ennnoi say too much ot- a 3 ittr method of leaching W II Kunk Chief Kiigincer E K Any 111111 Lexingion Ky I have your cnn rtc in C miplelu rileam EHgineer hag nnd cnn sny I hit your course is FO itrinnged Hint any oiiti with n far rd- a heat ion would have no rouble In leave Louis II Kitm + cy 1M N Limeslom St LexliiRlitr Ky I have exumlniil your Show Caul Wriilngiiiiilli and rel- i erencp book and with 5 yenr expe rleiicn in nigh painting and show cart rating t bellevo It to bo thin lamas course tillered by tyltbttt rllllr ICY 11111 0Kmite pltatnrit to rtcommiiid Ihrt Intirv iiiitional OirrcHponiliiicH Sclutiiln of hlch111 it Klliilcnl It pVqvidiH n RyniemeredurnUunhint nny nnNenu laku iidvnnlngu uf who can read wrjln UV sjClllreI1IIUlISchlllllliwill Inxiirri yiur nny iicmoiml fnforma ton you 1II11 wish ANrNUulllrs of those that eats lij Ilnllllr II portico of their t into fur ghieulplupmelrtnthnuu Good pay J FrenchI Itatavln IIIk to sap ourhiauf CliTuilii n Imus 5U A P OnVORJI Un i 0 Ioi I WEDDING RINGS Solid I Rk Gold In n vnrlelv of wlil lisa and weights Q a el1elt t WI n 8 SoL in brieni sparkling diamond Porfoct Beauties S12 J UIrl NlS relJySolid Silver Out glean edChicks nrjnziuOrnnmeiits M 1y111Ch IASC MA M HtIIN ST drhl lhuenix Jlotl lex ittpton Ky I J i Ir j II ih I SOLIDfGOL- I h LADIES A 1- atIg17A114N NA1ChIES A liar tine of2lJMvel Elgin and Wtililmtn Itallronil Wntchcs All Ilie new nod latest novellic I conelonlly being added to our stuck Call when in Jncknon S D FLEENOR IJInnL1U AND OITICIAN Ihtirtf tiltnlllIDo you wiiot the Lexington Laundry to do your laiiiidriiig J n Moore is Ilielr agent here ami will call a try Monday I Bough on the Lawyer They have n way of nettling lawsuits In Imlln that it would IMS well to copy here according to the Springfield ito publlcun When a dispute arises over the ownership of land two holes are dug near together and the two oppos hug lawyers nicely planted up to their walntx rhc first one to become bitten by n bug or becomes HO exhausted that ho has to be exhumed loses the case for hlscllciit nils does away with unnecessary talking and adds nn In tcrCfitlng clement x f chance to the game Scott W u Hated nil n Dunce As a boy Walter Scott gave few In dications of his coming greatness and was descrllKHl by one of his early pre ceptors nsYlio boy that has the thick cst Bkuljllntho school Afterward at Edinburgh university tho future wiz ant was thus epitomized by one of tho leading professors Dunce ho Is and dunce he will remain Seldom IAn Him NellShe said she had to marry him to get rid of him Hello And how did It work Nell Splendidly You see ho belongs to six clubs Philadelphia Bee ord If the world would only give n man credit while he Is doing timings there would he more Incentlvq to those who hustle Milwaukee Sentinel I RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL T1MK TABLE Effective October 17 1003 East Bound 1Dillyin y- AM 1SundaPM fv Lexington 225 745 ttlneheslei1 310 826 Olny Oily 8RO- Slnnton 913 A 00 923 Natural Bridge 455 964 Torrent 449 1008 tteattyvllle Jun 511 1029 i 611 1120 Ar Jackson 015 1130 0 Wet Hound t DHyDilly x III Sunday III sUII tAM It ATO liAr Lexington 1010 805 WlnoliPslH 023 620 T Clay City 837 439IStantnn 828 430eNatural Bridge 801 Torrent 747 347 Bealtyvllle Tim 720 820 O k K function 8 29 2 1K Jnckiou 025 225 Nos 3 and 4 make close connectlorfur Cannel Oily add polnts on Ohio Kentucky Hallway Division dally ex cent Siimlny Non 1 nod 2 connect nt L Jt E Juno lion with Chesapeake If Ohio for Mt 1e1llIlpolllllI At Beatty A for Bestty vllle dully except Sunday MgrCIIAS m J k O JC R Y Effective Septembet 11902 East Bound West Bound 0in Sg STATIONS S Is rs4 aQ4 4 iH OH PE sehAM An IM An AM LV PM IV 030 235 Jackson 1120 830 l025 230 OAK Juno 1128 336 y 843 15S Wilhurst 1152 417830 152 Hampton 1158 480k- 7W 128 Lea Oily I22 610 741 122 lleleehawn 1228 61S 715 105 Cannel City 1245 545AM IV PM IV PU AR PM AB- Wei tbound Passenger Train connects whichleavesEastbound IMsnnger Train connects nl O K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lex ington nt 605 ImA5s L CoNLBTSilpt l NOTIC tiJ All who aro indebted to tho es trite of J IJ Jfarcuni will please call anti pay tho anino at once MusJ U MAKOUM AOMX =yvvvvyCerr TT rel iss Up TO you w Ws 1V 1 no Courtneys Shoes iOK SALE B- YAPCRAWFORDCO 3 BinL nMLhnusI l7in nrlnr I I nTITI IT J7 j ifl Y = tlr Ill I IIViiiIIUIt- will onCll 19O4tOthis time It will ho an elegant building consiBl llg of fire well furnished rooms two a D halls ofand s t 9 Five rust Glass Teachers tSpecial attention will be given to the prepar tiration of teachers for their noble work while other departments will not bo neglected Bo and Common School Branches tho tot r Yy r Matheumtj j up f Aluorieiii 1 optics l li sicaleography AroralIScience raychology Music EtcrTuition 1er Mouth groan 1 to fyyI Loan Including Fuel Lights Etc 175 to29 3rQ Fur further call ou or address I san r J- If i AS PETREYJq i f IEFtKENTUCKY t 1 + tlLty 4ritttflif 1 rf + iiIitiII + 1 1 1 rfJ I 1 ASKS A niVOUCK niiTnlo Till ClmrjlM Tlmt Illf WIt Tiled tn InUon Him Denver March 1A petition for 1Illvnrcc filed In the district court t- HgHorn county Wyo Jan 9 lalit by Colouol William V Cody Uuffal I Hill has Just been made public Th coiiiplalnt charges cruelty and alleges that on Dec 25 1900 Mra Cody at tempted to poison tim plaintiff Ai other ground on which tho plaintiff auks a decree Is that tho mnrltalt relation has been Intolerable to him by his wifes rcfiiBnl to entertain bls v friends at his former homo at North Platte Neb Mrs Cody who la at North Platte denies her husband charges and will contest the suit Colonel and Mrs Cody wfero married at St Louis March G 1SGG Miles May Be Cold Water Nominee Oil City Pa March 15DavId 0 McCalmont of Franklin chairman oC tho Venango county Prohibition com mlttee Is In receipt of n letter fron General Nelson A Miles In which thc general announces himself Indirectly as n candidate for the nomination fo president subject to that party Sonv time ago Mr McCalmont wrote to General Miles announcing that be would bo a delegate to the Prohlbltloi national convention and asked It ho could not have tho pleasure of supporting him for the nomination Tin full text of tho totter received In reply Mr McCalmont refuses to mako pub lie Charaei Aoalnst a Woman Owingsville Ky March toMrs J Taylor AlllnKton of flluebanks has been arrested hv Rowan countv ofl clals on comolalnt of her steuson Wil lIam Alllnirton and released on bond pending the coroners Investigation She was recently marlerd to Dr All Ington who committed suicide by shooting and his children charge that he was drugged before ho took his own life Mrs Alllngton says she Is Innocent and that the trouble grows out of the settlement of the estate Use Wireless Station Pensacola Fla March HThe wireless telegraph station st the Pen eacola navy yard got Into communication with Admiral Barkers squadron of battleships bound from Guantana mo to Pensacola The vessels wer spoken with between 70 and 80 miles at sea and kept In coUant communication until after dark when they were about 50 miles off the port Murder Charged Somerset Ky March 1OW 11 Lair marshal of HastonvUlc and his deputy WHJIam Huston are in cus i tody on the charge of having kille- Ansel Wilson near here Wilson wasS 0 chargedriwlth horse stealing and was v trying to escape from Lair and Hustor 01 when Itls alleged Lair shot andklJled 4 him Quarreled Then Shot Himself Morehead Ky March ItErastus Amburgy aged 20 after a quarrel with a relative sent abullet through hU brain Ho will die 3IAUIt r7jtKi Grain nnil SlncK 1ilcei Iror March 14 Cleveland Cattle CltplcA fat dry fed steer 1160 Ibs and up It 004 75 good to choice 1000 to 1160 Ibs 14 2SC i CO good to choice 800 to 1000 Ibs IS 75fi 4 55 choice heifers J4 QOI 25 choice tat butcher bulls S3 2S03 CO choice fat cows 13 253 50 choice to fancy milk cows and springers UO 00j 4j 00 Sheep and lamb Good to choIce lambs 15 8066 7C fair to Rood IS OOC 6 CO culla to common U 0065 00 good to choice wether sheep J4 01H 86 good to choice mixed sheep 14 3501 CO fall to Rood 1 5 25 culls to comomn J2r60f3 OatrIo good yearlings 14 75 ti 5 n Koodlijcholco ewea It 0 Qi 35 Irood to cholco weitflrn lambs S5 601i 65 Calvra Clioice l6 25C6 SO He K Yorkers IS mediums and hcnvku t IS 9U5 5fpllf U 60 sttigs and roughs J3 6NJM 75 East BulWte Cattle Good Ic choice ililpp1a und export ateors tl 7- 1OS lSfHlr KiJtfooJ shipping steer I4 50 choice butch ri 25C 50 fair to good 1 butchers UotiIt 2S heifers 3 OOOi 5 fat cows fittse Oft bulls S3 25C4 25 fresh cOWs and springers fair to good U1 OOO38 60 good to choice Isa 00 i- T TA CO h eJPnJ Lambs Good to choice o limbs IhM6 10 ciUls and common II SOJjtG ZSjjgood to choice mixed sheep 14 COI 4 88tqulls and common n OOt 3 50 Roodjito choice ewea SI 25O4 50 good to ch lco wethor sheep S4 S505 00 F fair to good ft 6004 SO fair to good 8 f yearlings t5001i1 CO Calves Best S7 OC 07 10 Hogs Heavies 5 9006 05 me dluma SB M6 Mi Yorkers S5 80CS 90 pigs 15 O5 M roughs 15 ios 20 stag Ilj54 M Chicago Cuttlo Good to prime lcerMtG 2G8tl1 jxlor to medium IS riD OS 00 tocker and feeders U 604 3- 0COW81G1 4 25 hcir rar 12 2514 CO I dinners JltiWez CO bulls I 0004 00 Tesaa httiiters 14 MQl 65 Sheep aii- iIadtsMe4 to choice wethers 14 OOig 4iJCl falrZto choIce mixed 3 E04 50 we tern ieep 13 50Q5 28 nnllvo lambs xTWiSrt 76 western lambs 14 60S5 SO CalcsS2 5086 25 Hogs Mixed and chOlcI6 Z ircdVW s CornNo a 44G4IHC Oats rdv2 39440c TfrittsburK Cattle Choice IS 100 illaio prime 14 80JJ6 00 good Ili600l 75 butcher II 2004 60 lair 14 OOQ i 4M helferH 13 0004 10 cows bulls and I 1 sIMPt Mf11 00 fresh cows 15 OO BelOW Sheep and I amhs Prime wethero f MM0 00 good mixed S4 61tH 80 air mixed 45504 CO choice lambs J6 000 Ilr to good 5 CO6 90 common IGO Calves Veals J5 007 00 C Jlme heavy and mediums IS 00 I BMieavy Yorkers 6 00 Ililit York ft 5csj 70 TIBS is stffs 60 NeW York Cattle Steers I 0I C 4 oxen and sings 3 6094 40 cows S fl 7503J9 choice fut COW S3 70 Stieep S Sheep 13 5085 2S lambs 60 Calves VeaU S4 OOCPI 50 ar Pennsylvania 46 85 Wheat fjrL16it6 11 OIU Com No 2 Sllkc I 43a heat No 2 ted SI 03 Corn No 2 mIxed 4714048C 4 nyeNo1I1h19C tJ viiia XX and above 34o X SOffSlc No 4111 SSoiNo 2 32Q3o line washed de Arne S5CS6e Toledo Wheat SI 02 corn 4D8 Gate 44V5c clovcraccJ S6 SO fit J J Dontoorlookonr special olfor ItbA nlee tmnl Farm In Leo otiinly for TlieLjrklri Staiuptr plnco on Itf jfciJMi erlJr Creek Nice dwelling I c JwreIiotiP CfII5 and barns never p I aPr fenced Price rca 1i t pHd tcrmi easy For partlou t t Rs4s lo SAM JETTY WI1shlstr K S10f r c w lkKJIIIiIII s aIAg thu EiIgist fur LJeLhideaSiid fUrl 1 1 y i 1 J1f trj JL 1 Iff I Jj o p i- li j rglT Ci The ShepherdAnd Flock II 0 As the result of several years of ex porWnct the Wisconsin slntluii publish 1 I thc followlnu ooiuliwlon- Iroiii the liixtsllng reoonls of rlI nwes at this tttntlon w t oonclude that for such animals anil coiulltlons 114 ours the normal period of Kostutlou nuiKcs troth 14t to ICO days after the date of service and that more ewes will luuib 140 days after service titan at any oth timeThere h no npprvchible dlffereuce In the period of gestation for tunic and tea male orTsprhii In fhcvp There Is no apparent relation between the duration of the period of gestation mid the period required for maturity Quick maturing breeds appear to carry their young for n shorter iicrlod titan those breeds requiring more tune to ma tureLarge lambs are on the average ear riot In the ntero fur nil appreciably Ion Ger period than small or medium lainlH- Luuiba dropped before tho one hun tired and fortyfourth and after the one hundred and fortyninth day of preg nancy are lacking In strength and vi tidily at birth- Shropshire ewes wore more prollflc than any other breeds anti crosses ex cept the fourth cross of Shropshire rams on a Merino ewe foundation From the data presented It Is appar eat that twin nru the normal Increase tar wes of the mutton type Oneyearold rams arc not so prolific jvs those two or three years old Kwes average a larger percentage of Increase In lambs after they reach full maturity at three years of ago until after they ire six years old when the rate of In crease diminishes The amount of service required of the ram In breeding liiianu Influence on thu percentage Increase In offspring of time ewes that produce lambs Ewes bred early In the season ftnatlitg to a sin gle rum dropped n larger percentage of Iambs than those near the latter end of the season The Clinniplnn of 1653 t The Illustration shows timcgreit French Itnmboulllet rum Ko COSvln tier of the 450 franc prize ntthom f Wiv 1 HAJI1IOLILLLT JSAM KO 55 worlds exhibition Iarls In 1S55 and purchased by tho lute John D Putter son Vcstfleld Clmutauaun county N Y weight ICiJ pounds weight of fleece 32 pounds The cut was made from n pen drawing furnished by Charles J Holder Hanford Cal This rain wits kept pi Mr Pattersons long fatuous California ranch at the head of time greatest French Merino stud III the world from whIch was drawn time foundation stock of all the early Ram boulllut flocks ef the Pacific coast how lo nit Sheep For dipping a number of sheep from a thousand up the vat should be at least forty feet In length and five feet deep The bottom of the vat shoufd be fix Iilchcs wjde the sides sloping out ward antI upward till nt time top the iiieaRureinejit across IstIt Jeast two feet but on no account shquld 1U bo any wilIer 011 then the sheep swim ming through could turn around which Is one of time timings to be guarded ugalnst The vat Is made five feet deep to obviate the danger of tho sheep striking tho bottom of the vat when thrown In and Is made sloping at the Aides to save expense In tilt The inside of the vat should be flush so that no obstruction will Interfere with tho passing ihrough of the sheep IniC the vat III the ground to the depth ifOLtjj feet The vat should be filled ivithi water to see It It leaks Keep waterJn It till the leakage stops then ball It out and fill with till dip II ot lVeIih Saeit Time fleecp of purfr Welsh sheep clghs fromtwott three pounds says Henry Stewart I u Shepherds Manual Time fleece Incf asra consid erably In crowith the wool bearing breed and it Isn staple of hue quality It has however n mixture lAir wulcl tends to diminish Its oCI ue A peculiar characteristic t wool Is that It never shrinks anti It this wool from which the popular Velsh llanucls are fabricated It Is said too upon good militarily that the YJ I exceeds that of h0111eltpunred which are worn so universally Oy the women are made of this wool Tlio flack Sheep A writer on brigandage In Greece some yoArs bgo utateil that no band of brigands was complete without Its tame hecp Thu animal wns used to lend the sheep which the robbers might steal timid which without n leader would 10 troublesome to drive nway This brigand sheep was appropriately wough generally a black one black prcferriHl us being least visible at night It was taken from the flock trIton young amid brought uji among tho brlgaiidu to whom II grew attached Mil whom It would follow wlllliifily Wnkcliii Clrililrcii For a loiiR tlrn hit two jinr nlj child or Rlr I LU hftfnn CO N IOu ii St llnrrUburu Pn would deep bur I wo or IhllII hours In th a early part of lmululi xvhlrh niude it very hard for I he parents Her inn I iii r ciincludcd that the rhllil hail itolnnch IroublHI and g ave Iii r half of hue linnilerliiii ilouiaoh sad Liver rlit3 Avhfcli piicled her itiuiVncli anil nliQ lepl the t html s nliilit thnI1Johlwo boxes of liege InblclFImye cfTeafed a pnrm Ionotlre flnallle Is now1 well jind itrojig fForiple bypoy Bwa Oo I or q r1i rt lI jjJ f 1 n THElSUNDAY SChOOL LESSON XII FIRST QUARTERS INTtl NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 20 IVal of the lssut Mutt xlv IU5 3 Aleuiory Vrseu M at Uuldtii Tex Joliu vl Iitcoumntttr7 Ireloier lap Itiv u SI Stearns Coiyillit JWOI If Am rlitn Irrtf AiOKlitlot time mlruclu of todays lesson Is 111111 rcvordod by Murk and Luke and Juhll and Is the only miracle apart from 1111 rmimctlou which Is recorded by till tour evangelists Moat helpful heat words for us are found lu verses 10 H concerning the multitude representlug all multitudes Give yc them to eat and couctfrnlug the material on hun to be used lirlng them hither to me Vo who have received time lAid Jesu the True Hread tire expected to tell others of Him that they also may re wlvu Him but time hungry uiulllludi arc so great nud It Is no much easier tour self Indulgent Indolent natures tc let them alone or scud them away an wo have so little time or strength or money to do anything with that In our eyes the case Is altogether hopelesi lint If wo will only surrender our little all to hint who can wake much out or little and great things out of nothIng Ha Is the semite miracle worker still Time apostles told Jesus all that they had done mind taught The disciples or John also told Jesus after they liimt burled time body of John Matt xiv 12 Murk Iv 30 It Is nu cxccllen habit to tell Him everything Phil h 07Jesus and Ills disciples had Ito lelsuri so milch as to cat there were so muu coming and going so He took thei apart Into n desert place to rest bUI time multitude followed Him and lie received Ihciii and spake unto them ot the kingdom of God and healed tItan that hud need of healing for Ho wa moved with compassion toward them Mark vl H31 Luke Ix 11 lie had no pity for Himself but He was toll at pity for these sheep without n shep herd even though or because lie knew their motives In following Him Join 12 How unlike we are to our Mas ter When the kingdom comes bottl hotly and noul shall be perfectly healed for Ills great atonement covers ollr whole being but for the body Just Ilk Ills wo musl wait till the resurrection of the Just at His coming Phil III 2t 21 I John til 2 R Not nil time glorious things of lit kingdom of which Jesus had beU spanking nor the mighty works which tty had seen Him do could make cell lime twelve forget that they wer weary hungry men In mortal bodies ind HO as the evening was coming on they ventured to suggest to our Lou that lie should send the inultltudi away that they might buy ibernseie victuals It must have been to their rcry greet surprise that tIme Lord said They netd not depart give ye them to ent verses 15 10 Then we have tin itrangest possible Philip and Andren trolherhood an unbelieving pair after tvlioui It Is to be hoped that the M railed brotherliixKl of todaj toes not inttoru Our Lord knew Just what lie would do He always does nod If we md unolntinl ears we would often hear Iltn say Now shnlt thou see what I will do John vl 0 Ex vl 1 ViHi III our dally life He allows us to come Into a strait place n difficulty a perplexity It Is simply to prove us as lie proved Philip to see whether we rllf attempt to work our way out as blllp did or turn to hint with conn Icnce In Ills ability as Philip might hue done Andrew speaks of that rhlcb Is In sight fivc loaves and two mall fishes but adds What are they uiong so many Uotb of them seem 10 have utterly forgotten who Jesni ias and what they had seen Him do low very like them te are apt to be tor no matter bow mummy times we have becn delivered when a new trial comes we are apt to act and talk like the teq tiles rather than like Caleb and Josh tla We all need to profit by Zcch Iv 0 7 10 und learn to fear no mountain one not to despise little things Having received from time lad his tit le nil and time multitude being seutcJ on the green grass by fifties In a com iiny lIe looked up to hqaven and gave hanks and blessed and brake the oaves and by time disciples passed them1 to the multitude and all did emit a 0 vcrq filled and twelve baskets of triitJ- iichts were gathered It dots oof BCWH Wwoiwlerful when wo remember wlu 9 that c cen3lbc Same ivq1 sho t tIu llundreijftnieii vlth twenty aavca In thedays di ICInxtt h 4241 and fed millions with mauna In the wilderness for forty years Why cun we not trust Him now VueU we luce ourselves as unreservedly In Ills mends as the lad did the loaves nnlj Ishes then shall we see what He wlIS toSlie could have ted them with manuVi rout heaven but Ills ordinary way 15 WIlenchIlnll had to place our nil In Jesus hands eservlng nothing but who Is willing lius to consecrate himself to lime Lord 1 Chrouxxlx 0 There Is Ito Cl1U- here Is no limit to tlft u elll1c1tll ilesslng which lie may make of til when wo are fully suiTcndcred to Him lie gave Himself to lit broken nnd poured forum for us Viiy sllouldwc icsltatc to place ourselves Jn Ills hnndii nost unrcEcrvcdly that we tommy lid ilcsscd and broken and pissed round by Him for the life of others The next miracle In this chapter is n plo uro of tile church In this age tolling In rowing time wind contrary nail Jesus absent but Ue sees arid cares anll lie will come Hgaln In the mom ng watch nn jlien linmcdlutcly we hall he at our destlnHlon forever with Ihe IonJJohn vi 21i Meanwhile U- Is saying lie of good cheer It Is I lV not afraid And we unity waik on tba 8011 of every unrest If we will see JLIIJS nly i- o Pure LId IVUIn Ducks 0 irnl lr Iu- Illan Gome chlchent urn Kelftlan Hares 1ror sale by M ic MHIOINH J iiliolfK y If ISIS n billions shuck Cake Cluih rlalria Stomnch nail TllJlel 1 quick recovery Is ceralmFor iaJd- Ir Day Bros Co r WANTED To 1 rM sour workjlO i1Ci105iifliiuig- thi will pay caih VJ iOillloni lloItlQ Ys 74 t4i4 f 1 t el r 4 TLBERCULOSIS IN HENS c lIir l1nfer SitN ltiNCii5 IN ire siItit Ii iliilCIIi Now that hisVhtiI diM eased fowl In California wvu demon ttriited the fuel that tuborculoslM Is omit of time most widely prevalent dis uses III tho jHiuIiry rammed of tile state Dr Archibald It Ward veterl narhin of Iho rnlvrndly of Califor nia ugrleullurul department IM pur suing Investigations in discover wheth er there Is nny relationship between this und bovine or human tuberculosis Furthermore time consideration of the possible significance of fowl tubercu bait hits awakened tho desire to know whether or not tIme deadly organisms nre present In the egg Ilotu these points are vitally Important and the animal Industries department lu eon junction with time recently established poultry experiment slnUon will mako n careful study of thucuse8 that tire brought to their attention Dr Ward although Just commenced on these Investigations has this to say on the second point It appears to be true timid hens badly infected do not lay In time thirty llOshnortClll1l of tu berculosis hens that have come under time writers observation but one hen contained nn egg The thorough cook big to which poultry Is subjected ren tIers rather rcmoto tht possible dan ger of human Infection by digestion Careful ohservatlon to determine If newly hatched chicks suffer troll tu berculosis will thwy light on tho duties loll of tuberclu bacilli In eggs Owing to tho tact that tuberculosis In fowls seldom kills a sutllclent num her of birds at one time to excite tear Its existence In a flock unit conic to bo regarded as n mutter of courxo and has attracted little attention from the own ers fiuler the conditions obtaining In time iraultry Industry In California Dr Ward says nil the Individuals of nn Infected ttwIumust be regarded as possible sources of danger to healthy birds Taking advantage of Iho ex perience hi the control of tuberculosis In callle he nays that It will be easy to raise a Shock of healthy chickens provided they are kept constantly from contact with diseased limits or from land recently contaminated by tuber culous fowls Since the life of n fowl Is 80 short ho predicts thoU such n procedure would result In limit eradica tion of time disease In three or tour years San Kranclsco Chronicle Plxvou l1a I hilt Profitable plgoon raising depends up on securing thu right kind of stock careful attention and proper manage meat Homing pigeons mid Dragoons nre regarded us time best breeds while n cross between the two is also favora bly mentioned A large house Is bet ter and more economical than several email ones but In no case should ac commodate more than 200 pairs Pi geons require teed twice n day the best Korts belnjcracked corn roil wheat Kdjllr rom mlllel pens hemp und rice The Importance of varying the diet Is Insisted tlpo l as well an plenty of pure water for drinking and bath lug nnd attention to the sanitary con illtlon of houses nests arid yards Doutilo Ilmine niiil Yurili Fowls should luivc outdoor exercise luring time warmer mouths of Iho year If tlse3cnhmiiot be allowed their liberty they frlioulJ have access to a large grass yard It time house contains a uUinbcr of tens of fowls It will be Found most economical to arrange the ranis side by Hide In front ofJt The yards should be the name width as the losldp pens of time hoiuo eight feet p iljlnJli t n t timesitigie II se iifLwiItt Q Ilmeii I brt timv4i- plllt4iimthzcrpht If i ttl llitr feet bug nit itlier twLuit tour or thirty ftet Jvldej The fowls of time three helms should hav access Lu time large yard at different times of the day or on different days When a number of yards are ar rniiKod side by Hide In front of jkrc house there should bo largo gates In the fences near the house s o that a horso and wagon can delve through the yards Smaller gates Ire also rei quired opening into the large yards and through whlcii a wheelbarrow can pass Hulktin Canadian Departinent of Agriculture t lri llodyLiei To teach body lice oirTowls 1C essary to handle pach bird good insect powder throUllllb era anti close down to time skin JftIn done three thiies about a teek ten days impart time birds will thercmft er keep themselves Hiibstantlally free of body lice if supplied with u good dust hath This fj time method adopted on time large poultry plants Coal ami Timber T n nil Wniitd Vanteil on hundred tlioitiaml acres ofaottl situ limber lauds Ip 1lsterll Kentucky fur 0tsit fur Eastern Cupl Uliili WrllPlo 0 E dumi1 Lexlngon Ky on And tlintormnlton fiJlHiilfh U Is found iOlllrnsplelordOuille Folrfltld Va tti Jot Mf 8 0111r c 7 I Timely Words For ITheHorse Breeder I g Interest In homo breeding has In creased lu the southwest until time farmers are how considering the ndvls ability of ruining draft horses nays Fit tin nail Hunch of Dallas Tes Those tau the hordes for the average farmer lo raise for market shxce they do not require the special preparation for mar Let lu time way of training etc that light hnrsm or coach horses do und are less damaged by blcinlshc which fre quently appear even on colts that uru carefully curwl fur The draft horse can be broken at tho age of two years nnd made self supporting until he Is mature und ready fur market Follow a drllnltu plan In breeding Kvery fanner should attempt to produce horses of nomo definite type such as tho market demands and this can only be done by deciding on the breed or typo ottO euros to raise and then rcso lutoly sticking to It lu speaking of time draft horse Pro fesKor Keiuuily of thu Iowa State eel lege ways The type of draft horse that the mar ket wants Is a horse weighing 1000 pounds or over In ordinary working coudUon n deep bodied broad close omit massive horse with iKiwerful lulus and hind quarters lie should bo deep and wide lu time chest to Insure a rugged ionstltutlon his legs should bo well net with clean dense bone sloping intuit rims and tilt feet should be large round wide at the hrcU and of fair depth especially at the heels It Is well to remnuber the old Scotch motto 1 et anti legs bouts nnd rather Toes may conic but bottoms never For without good feel and legs the best bodied draft horxe In the world would bo practically useless Good action Is also a prime requisite for with nil oth er things equal the horse that can walk four tithes per hour with ease Is of far mora vnlno titan Iho one that cannot take Ibis pncc aud good action Is oho Invariably nssorinlrd with a good con MltullonTlio Cnt of n Horn A correspondent asks Stockman aud Farmer what It costs to raise u horse This Is n very proper question and It Is one that dosorvc more consideration than It receives If every man who breeds n utnrn would sit down and fig ure what It will cost him to raise her produce to three years old he would conic fo one of two conclusions to breed to get a horSe of some good tell Ing class or type or not breed at all lImit this Is not answering our friends qiibitlou A few years ago u number of people submitted to our readers their esti mates on this question arid based ou the then prevailing prices of grain nnd forage allowing 15 for service tee the general conclusion waa that about 73 represented tile cost ofa threeyear old to the breeder At present prices It would cost more nail probably 100 Is n fair estimate This Is for farmer who raise grade colts und work till daunt Certainly breeders who keep their titaNs for breeding purposes only and must kivp or patronize high priced stallions cannot raise n colt for any tiling lIke title amount of money Oruntlug that the threeyearold coslH 101 It Is poor biislncM to breed a klpd hat Is not worth more than 100 whin urowu TIme right kind of n thm yemMld draft coach or roadster typo Isworth twice that today We shall te glint to have Home more ex perleitce on the lOSt of raising horse suit especially to have hrcedcra trill cllio Hie alloYs estimates A Giant llUninirl Mnlp I me i I I hill rul ion BIIOWM n muic mm teen bunds high weighing 1000 poundH He was bred nt Valley View Jack farm Jefferson county Mo- Diiiil Overwork I lie horse A practical horseman euys It never pays to overwork tIn horse One may bo able to do a llttlo moro work for that day but Is com pelled to do loss afterward If a horso sl 5 vcrworle l one day he Is liable to iui the cffctta of It throughout thu jtiimlmlcr of his days Tlid same wuy 1I 1u man It Is just ns great evll to work more Uun Wtt cnn stand ns It is to be Idle t will not overwork my hbrijfs Just Co I may be able to Bay that Iilimi more In n linT than my tWtjjghliorfl did 1 make my horses tIn ma t they can and lot my nelghbonJ d twhat thdy want to s t I Cull lint Inferior Hluck TheN U nioio ilreflt jiiJeenlng u fu goodaribmiald than to hove lie Btal occupM whit those that give no rctui fdr liicir kcsfi There lire two dutli tlllt ipon 1IIHerS wlilchare niI OimIlito thin off tit 0- rl111t uib4 the oilier Is I etll lid niilinals When lh tll AtSt LIe ilist of food WIII r J 4 fqulrqEeory yMr I W ImprotMl etit ftIOtHn1loMI I ninls U its tuslwieaso plo dtictlou aiit the osM isWDea1t- 4CoiiLgsmifui Braknuul Stojluk Liiue Qlld- ClllJfti 7Gi va lmiiii it QaQ Us n eding- UIlli JACKS t KY Titikjsohuihmy ULo r ArOUAWFOUU Jt1s IiII1IY A lo iON WE I 4 ARE NOW HOMIMNTIJK Crawford Building And our tmJe so far has exeooled our fondest Imopci Mfo are leejiy grateful fur tlio gonoroiii piitronn o woliavo rociivwl In tho pustl nod will Try to inurit UVUH more in the future Our stocks S NEW CljEAN AND FRESH rlJllItnllonLJaenling I1mt uion uonrtions trentniunt OA and SEE LJE3 a 1 Respectfully A RAWFORD A CO bJtIUU nIlent J SAil LI KI HUM lnM1I lr- KIVJUYWOUU ice lreIU iil ItOUtHtSAIIhIUul m 11 13 JACKSON DEPOSIT BAN KJm Jackson Kentucky jj- jjPnid up Capital S 5 1500000 Surplus S 1 OoOOol I We ioliit time Banking liuainuaa niul ncuoitnta of fjj i m Dumber Manufacturers m m Timber Dealers m13usiness Men l ill Merchants I I rI- uLjsS Pr I Farmers 4 m itEulerii Ivetitnoky nnd otfor our 0i hJ w J j4y tho most I rn R TERMSUtthn the Hiutiis of legitimate 1iiisiimtI l5COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY ssai i r ALESSOS IN MANNERS TIiiiy a tlrsrumerIea wuwsa f11lIc llukl ARtorjr wtiii belongs to a tlmu soc crul yrtir age when un KnglUh dtmk vvufn hiueh sought utter pcntonuifH In Sew York Kiety It told by Mr JUUIM L lorl m tile llrazen Calf limb duke5 voutemituou ly noting Iho iJteruett with which New York vm fulriud iioii him hud untied the habit lot KulLg out to dinner without trout Inif flf to put oil evening dresiI A hairy had Invited him to din net about knowing of thin peculiar ity imiii Willi Hwalthi his arrival when hir V itltr I i eiied tIme dwr iiU4 frt l JI- oillte ut Ir over tho heud of Inter veuliiir eue t which BIJ plainly thul IIOU thilumg a wrong hie LanitiKtl Into time hull to Hud the luIJhtsumd mg Ihere clnd III tho checked ink lUllIlld tlamlne roth tie which un i scull to him good enotigh fllr h fhiiier Jjrty of American calf wur IJ ten Lii woman bower Itimi- l1iiIjeimic t wind amid situ UthUIIClll UI tim ioiii mdlii hit Ind stillIumg l o II said decisively as siiei took hr1I lIy II h ndl wont accept any e wtuTtTQuud to tell md i mt you cant dIne here to I II Its ever BO much nicer of that tItan Just to neud iroto ur8 a little lute and youve to go house ond dress and be before wo begin bleman opeue l his mouth tot hU hostess ihut him oil In n No you neednt make any lOlls or excuses Itemcmbor nly twenty IIIll1utelllIo you ry acnt later the nstoundcd duko rusiIf hurrying toward lili ho perhaps wondering what new iIIIf It was that was Iropcllluz Jiut direction MANS POINT OF VIEW Inn That Most Impressed u emlnlur Toutlnl Abroad Jt Impressed you niostV sumii uMng girl to tIme wouinn Who nt returned from a trip abrotid must have seen such wonderful w lUnD who hnd traveled I It deeply a few minutes then she mid slowly 1 think It wns 4ho lack f napkins In Scotland Yes that wns Jt My dear there Isnryj sign of a mifkln on the tables In Scotland If you usk for one you mar get It and then again you may I was en tort limed In time homes of sORtie of this tutu t people lu Scotland and never a nap In did I get lla next most Impressive tW+ rwit the size of the coins In EnglaNd l u edup n great deal of good B PV ttuFpunuOne day when my I 1mqJ PUIlJIJ cJiHaIX1i lJeo tIII 4- I P f JrI I came ahuotit bysterlcnl nnil tlHit night I drvnmcd that I ira n uslni l elt buckles for the coin of the rlilltllij TherwH 0110 QIHHT tiling though You know I never could Ret It through ofYOIIgives you too much CIMIII and Iliin WI you she them HOIUO money aiiI tl till right or soimmot Ii lug of tlint Hort Well I never could uiKlrmtutid thul procfHH In Rood 7nltfd Htuiis with which Im niorw or less Cl1l11l11art limit over there In KiiKlnnd I iiccoiu plllll1 that feat again lind ticaln without n tremor IlolIt ask iu hllWtI did It 1 dont know It just IimIilO la me CUlt I do It now In hulled StatcH money No I cant I left that Hp iliil ublllty bihliiil III iJiiijIauit f New York Tribune jc Unitnil Citriliuin Vlfc Throuiili lIme entr civil wnr Uononil OordonB wll accent ilil iiil him never leaving hIs side HIIVO when tho tx Iccncles of vntupalKU mnde imir prcif f 1Vollollowed his lift In the bloody luiitlitf Blnirpithuri lordon whll tnthft midst of the ciirnuBtv WON shut live Ptlnips AH soon nit he tttW wife nuljiN lo hU sItlu und iiliiii HufMy Mlanchlug the How of IMHI lilijljL utlondluB lila woiinda unlll imtllcnl a hi could be procured Ha nliiuliml with him In the hoxpllal until he hnd recov ered aud when lemiiil Jonlon went butk lo Join hl cniiuimiid Mrrf Knn mile IIiirulHoit Oonlon followed tier hui bumti fr 5 rile Aiiiiunt Iliilli In She luni The largcxt reguliir iiRsfmlilntJo of t people III thu world Ii twiil to Dt lJDcrowd which gathers 1tiinimaii iIUI1Rre2t11I India to biith hi the Oniigei A large temple flu railtri n Iscrlen of bulldlngx In on I ho ulioci nt thus point while pleps riiebilmmii to I he waters tige Thi IlliiliiiH roWIIIupon thU bunk III oixtriiuiimnuiiibors the crowd til i I mimes numberlDK hijiitll mil of 00000 AH UiO imi I lets urn dn twd In the brl li jest colors the crmVdglvcH thu ImpresNion ofsn enoriwus lied of Uorm L t 5 jUIIIIIHhC A small iiiii4t Who hnil but recently tiiuisloitsl lice ciilctlilHin inumtessfui her I dlsqppotuUtient with It UnIt NumivI obey tint fItloolnI1I1Ullhlllfnt aiHluonor 1tlO1fVThe LliflejkImg Tlmt IrrVi JMy iiutillie old mans n most un r Mi frisbl growler f lea think oT 5 1 know U AVIiy hes growlln front r4luoruiu till hlxht nniiill on earth ho jfcasio doVta tojwy all tliaJJllta fothe S n l o U iirt 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