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lJO1r hnnteiigrn t o- e r Lddrere Jq t 13511ine SIr o IICilloin OlihjVt I r t j t f t i L xF r f rill + r NINTH DA Y OF BATTLE jjrr y Russians and JapiStiU3triigt I gllng For the Mastery I FORMER REPORTED MOVING FORWA- RJnpaneae CompMIrd to Itetlre Atoti the Whole Mile After Trrrlrto lie tUlaiice Sleice Guilt Uruuxht I- and p the Fighting CoutluiiBI Kuur mute lontn on llotli Sides St Petersburg Oct 18Tho shun tlon at the front at this date mny bo described as follows General Kuru patkln has allghtly advanced hIM cen ter reoecupylng Shalbe south of the Shakhe river Directly bohlnd him at a distance of nine mllos lies the lion river and across the bridged spanning this stream the Russians must retire In case they retreat on Mukden Oen eral Kuropatkln must continuo to firmly hold his center and right flank In order to prevent the Japanese get ting possession of the lion river bridge Thus howlll cover the with drawal of his apparently beaten went wine There IB still considerable un certainty as to the disposition of this left column Certainly It hue not re turned to Mukden whether It js again advancing after ltd first withdrawal Is not known It Is no longer a question of a Russian Sedan though all hope of relieving Port Arthur must appar ently bo abandoned tattle hope la expressed that Kuropatkln will be able to continue to udvunco The news Is morn reassuring from the Ilusslan standpoint The situation Is still regarded as being critical but Opueral Kuropatliln Is apparently hold lug tbe Japanese firmly on his center and right wing even havjgg rccrosiied tho Shakim river and while thero BID rumors of extensive Japanese flunking movements both on the east and on the west there Is no evidence that they are actually occurring luneral Bakharoff telegraphs thus Iliisilans recaptured Lonely Tree hill south of Shakhe and captured 11 Jap anese guns and one quickfirer Sixty Thousand Fall Tokyo Oct 17Thlre Is a strong appeal for peace In time appalling trag i dy which IH now under enactment n- Manchurfailoih orioles have fought ferociously for II week unit desperate fighting still continues It IH probable that the death roll will bo largely Ity creased before tho final shut Is fired The preliminary reports Indicate that alloutl 0000 men of both sides have ether killed or wounded the Itusslantyhents closed In combat Even the Japanese to whom the great victory Is of paramount Impor lance seem to be shocked by the slaughter of their enemies The Jap anuao people are receiving the news from the field of battle calmly and there can be heard no shouts In the streets proclaiming the victory of Few nags aro dlsplayQdr Probably later on there will be a procession with the consequent Jolllflcn tlon but there are heard many ex pressions of opinion that no demon stration of any kind should be held Ruttlans Capture Many Guns Mukden Oct 18 Tho Russian forces have penetrated the Japanese center anti captured 11 or 13 guns and 150 prisoners east of the railway At another point the Siberian regiments took 24 guns The Russian operations have been quite successful Tho Jap anese after a terrifically stubborn re sistance were compelled to retire along their whole lute losing heavily All the trenches carried by the Rus slaws were filled with the Japanese dead In one not very large trench there were counted COO corpses of Jap anese In spltu of their losses the Japanes were undaunted They have brought up siege guns and have left no stone unturned to retain the mall tery of the situation Every step the Russians have pushed forward has been In the face of a superb resistance that has cost the Russians dear The Japanese seem to be willing to fight until they are annihilated Baltic Squadron Sails 11 ball Oct 17The halite squad ton put to mica at 1 a m During the day the squadron passed Hurnholm Island In two sections It comprised u total of six battleships 11 cruisers and numerous smaller craft and was going northeast ILFatal Fire In a Flat New York Oct 17Four persons wore suffocated and 15 wore overcome by smoke In a fire which gutted a five story brick double tenement house at TW01ofRUbeno1wltz4originated in the basement and ran up a dumb walter shaft causing tho crowded flats to fill rapidly with smoke Tho flames spread through the flats on the fourth and fifth floors and escape fort the worsens asleep there was cut oft Six Perish In Incendiary Fire New York Oct ILSix llyes were lost nearly a score of persons were In cured and tho lives of more than 100 others were endangered by a tens meat house fire in the Wllllamsburi section of ttooklyn With ond excep than all the dfJuUare children In cell diaries are thought to have been responsible for tho fatal fire and this theory Is strengthened by the fact that while the firemen were at work on the blaze alarms were turned In for two ether fires In the immediate neigh borhood T t 1 81 TjKgljjiiiII Asa HriUt sh IIlIllIr Slocu- hlvretlga m r Washington Oct nIn iltt connection with tho finding of the commission appointed last Jute to Investigate the Steamer Slocum disaster In Eajt river and whose report has Just been toDwritten a t1I1Ir to Secretary Victor If corngy g the report and directing him to carry Into effect the recommendations anile committee Ho also directs that Rob ert S Rodle supervising Inspector of the Second district steamboat Ins pI tine service and James A Dumont and Thomas If Barrett local Inspec torn In charge of the port of New York bo discharged from the service the commission holding them directly responsible for the laxity of the steam boat Inspection to which the Slocum disaster was directly attributable Reduction Anticipated Chicago Oct 17Sleel viorker- employed In the rail and sheet depart meats of the Illinois Steel company plant at South Chicago have been no titled that when the present agree meut expires Jan 1 next it will Rot be renewed The workmen understand this to mean that they will be asked to accept the same reduction In waxes slid the name lengthening of hours as- were recently enforced In the com pany plant at Juliet The Jollet steel worker accepted a cut of 15 ton per cent In wages and their workday was lengthened about two hours Nearly 4000 men win Itcted at South Chicago Fire On Receiving Ship New York Oct IgFlro was do teclod on the United Statea receivin- ship Hancock at the New York navy yard A flremun had occasion to open a watertight compartment leading to a coul bunker when he found that the place was tilled with smoke In spite of the utmost exertions It was several hours befotethe Beat oJ the flames could bo reached The lhuieo k lithe mot Important tecelvlrfgshlp ofn the navy usually having a thousand sailors und newly enlisted men aboard awaiting assignment The cause ot the flame Is shrouded In mystery No semiotic damage was done iAccept a Reduction Knoxvllle Tenn Oct 1rThminers of district No 19 decided by vote of 35 to 29 to accept the 7 per cont reduction offered by tho oper atoms This scale will not apply t the Coal Creek section the operator Itwhich district withdrew from the conference and operators previously held before action wu taken on tho 7 per cent ultimatum Till Coal Creek operators expect to hold out for a reduction of 15 per cent There tire about COOO union men In the district General Worth Dead Now York Oct i71Vllliain Scott Worth brigadier generaL United States unity retired is aead at the- htiiiiSof his nephew Dr John T Sprague of Clinton Staten Island Ills death followed a long Illness Gen oral Worth was the only son of Major Gciieial William J Worth He served through the war of the rebellion In several Indiancampaigns and tu Cuba In 1898 he was commissioned brigs diem general and a month later he was disablingwounds Charge Against Missionaries Washington Oct lSErnest Lyon American minister to Liberia has made a report to the state department on Liberia the feature of which Is a severe criticism ot the missionaries resident tnlhe little republic Mr 1 yon la himself alt ordained clergyman These criticisms touches the moral character of the missionaries who are also accused of bring unJuI thrifty at thin expense of the natives whom they are sent to help Schooners Driven Ashore St Johns N F Oct ISThe gale of Saturday and Sunday created havoc along the Newfoundland coast Eleven schoonertt BO far have been reported propertyialongstroyed steamer Virginia Lake of the Labrador Mall hue la several days overdue She has on board sev eral hundred mon returning home the fishing season being over Steamer a Total Wreck Quebec Oct 4Thesteauner SII Lawrence ot the North Shore Sleamj ship line ashore at English a total wreck The steamer Aberdeen i which has been sent to tile scene of the disaster has arrived here with 115 I passengerS the crew malls and lug gage The loss Is about UOOOOIDuck Hunters Morris Jllnn Oct 18olen Tewks bury and Fred and Paul Bucker wero drowned while returning from a duck hunting expedition along the shore of Pommedo Terre hake eight milesI northeast of Morris Guy es caped by staying with tho boat until It dl tried ashore French Wrestler Defeated Buffalo Oct 18 Charles Yankee Rogers defeated Maupua thin French wrestler In two straight falls Rogers won the first fall cntch as calch can f in 11 minutes and 30 seconds and the 811mluut11 Hamilton Boy 0 CrulhedIman 10 was H D northbound passenger train J No 44 at Llndenwald crossing The boy was waving his hand to his father and little qlster unawares of the fast approaching tram L 1 BUIiDJJED PARAGRAPHS I I RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATS Dumagit Suit Kllrrt In onnrettne Vltli ilihUVMtni IC iiturky Afyliun SIiiililli lliillluuii Kxuiirrnlcit by Oriinil rUhr 3lutlrm- Hopklnsvllle Ky Oct HOn mo I tion of tho commonwealth attorney the Indictments against Superinten I dent Hoard and Commissioners Uush situ Smith of the Western Kentucky Asylum for the Insane In connection with the presentation jOf two heifers to Stnto Senator Rlchards6n for aiding In getting 75000 appropriated for the Institution from tIle legislature have been dismissed The cages against other officials ot the asylum who were Indicted for malfeasance in office and telling supplies to the asylum in vie lation of the statutes will be prose cuted flush and Smith were not whenswas ed Mulligan Exculpated Lexington Ky Oett11Tbe grand Jury reported that It was unable to find any evidence to connect James J i t Mulligan with the attempted poison lag of the family of Judge James II Mulligan The jury reported after long and exhaustive review of the case in which all members of the Mul ligan family tpstUled Tho grand jury then returned an Indictment against- TowisMltehrll lire ntgro who con fessed ha placed polsonlln food on the charge mBlcloUli ittampt to poison VVVJudge Clarkes Charge I Nashville Tenn oct 18 Federal Judge C DClarke delivered a vigor IngJ especial attention to the alleged tobacco trust which has been brought Into specfal prominence in this section by the efforts of Con gressman Gaines to secure federal In tervention against Its operation Judge Clarke said that complaint had been made that this trust had fixed the I price at which growers must sell tobacco I or remain without a market a Coal Train Wrecked Vonceburg Ky Oct 17 Through freight train No 99 on the Chesa lrllUuuIlKunnard wereetrackaoccurred and the coal from one car was thrown on them Roth women were Injured and fromsIl were delayed severalhours Wanted In Virginia v Lexington Ky Oct 13 Samue- lJett who Is aiding In thprdsccutlon of William Drllton for the alleged murder of James Cockrill at Jackson two years ago gave out a statement I that Uritton Is wanted In Jonesvllto Va for murder and that In case he U acquitted of the Cockrlll murder he Will be sent to Virginia for trial Packet Struck a WreckI Paducah Ky Oct 12 The Padu aah and Evansville packet Dob Dudley sank eight miles above here by strik ing a sunken wreck All the passen gers were saved The boat Is owned by Captain T O Ryman of Nashville but was chartered to the packet com pany anti Is worth 110000 She can bo raised Desperate Deed New Martlusvllle W Va Oct 17 At Oxford Ooddrldgo county three men saw John Baker a war veteran commit suicide in their presence Baker used a penknife but the blade failed to penetrate deep enough and he toro the wounds apart und slowly bled to death Coal Baron III Mt Sterling Ky Oct 17 J M Blgtttaff 03 one of the wealthiest men In eastern Kentucky owner of the Morgan coal fields suffered a cere bral hemorrhage at his home here He was resuscitated but friends are alarmed at his condition Female Seminary flume Nashville Teun Oct lSA dis patch from Pulaski Tenn says that fire destroyed Martin female college 40Ipants escaped without Injury Declined a Bishopric Louisville Ky Oct 18A telegram received here announces that Rev Dr Arthur S Lloyd of New York who was recently elected to the Episcopalian bishopric of Kentucky has declined that uflcePaducah Launched New York Oct 12 The gunboat Paducah was successfully launched at tho shipyards on the Harlem river at Morris Heights Miss Annie May Yel ser of Paducah Ky was the sponsor Duellists Shot- Danville Kyt Oct 13In a pistol duel at Junction City between Benja min Durham a welltodo druggist and John Wright a prominent farmer both parties were fatally shot Serious Charge Bowling Green Ky Oct no A Thompson aged CG was arrested hereon a charge of attempted assault on the nineyearold daughter of MM Joe Pedlgo Cutting Scrape Frankfort Ky Oct 17 Arthur Ma- honey cut and severely wounded Nln IhoISawmill Burn bigiJ Fell of Plttsburg Pa was destroyed by fire Loss 5000c No insurance e r j TUKLVK 1KIUSHKU Schooner non to thn Bottom In a Furious O1l1eIChatham Mass part of the forward section of the hull and a slantln g foremast stand aImute reminders of an ocean tragedy enacted when the three maated I schooner Wentworth of Moncton N l D struck on Chatham bar during aIraging northerly galo and all the I persons on board perished In the saILittle could bo done Inan effort tg aid I the crow ot tho disabled craft as the Capo Cod Ilfesavers front two stations wore unable to launch their surfboats in the tremendous teas Tho Went worth was bound from HHUboro I N B to Newark N J with u of plaster rock On board to far known were Captain Esau Prlddle alI wife and three children and a crew coven men San Domingo Difficulties Cape Haytlen Haytl Oct laTbre- volution in the republic of Santo D mingo Is extending Azua De Corn postela near the south coast and all the department of the south have de dared In favor of Isldoro Jimenez Hayt en exiles have gathered near the frontier preparing to reenter Hayt- and attempt an Insurrection against President Nord in favor of General FIrmin leader of the Insurrectionists of 1902 The government is very anxi ous anti is taking energetic measures to meet the situation The town of Cape Haytlen was proclaimed wade martial law Blind Mans Break Piano Tex Oct 13A triple tragedy occurred near Piano Will Cochran a blind man who has been separated from his wife for about six weeks led by his nephew aged 15 called at his motber 1n laws house en tered the front door and called for hU wife When she silt down by him he grabbed her stabbed her to death with a dirk and then killed his mother In law Mrs James Skelton 73 He Uien shot and killed himself Fatality Attends Race Paris Oct 17The annual lODkllq meter race for motor boats at Malsona Laffltfe on the river Seine Will at tended with a fatal accident the wash of anaihtr competitor swamping the Mercedes I which sank and her engi neer named Noel was drowned Th taco was not Interrupted by the acct dent and was won by Rapee IV In hours 23 minutes a worlds record Destructive Fire I Kansas City Oct HFlro de strayed three buildings of the plant of tho United Zinc and Chemical com pany at Argentine Kan a suburb causing a loss estimated at 100000 Tho Btorage buildings were saved Thousands of fish In the Kaw rive r were killed by acids and chemicals that escaped from the plant Into th stream Safes Cracked Ottawa 0 Oct 17 Burglars blot two safes lit a building occupied b Charles Edwards and Joseph Mlnch morchants at Continental and secure about GOO Entrance was gained doqlrrombar being used The safes were badly wrecked ii A lK1ItRtOItrA Grain unit Stock Irlrea For Out 10 ClfV land Cattle Choice fat dry foil steers ltOO tbs and up tl 75B5 2S KOOd to choice 1000 to 1200 Mm 3 75 1i 4 SO fair to Kxxl boo to 1100 Tbs 3- j35euirae 13 and rough fat steers S3 M- ell 00 choice liclftrn sa 8084 25 cliolcn fit bulls S2 7503 25 choice fat cow S 3 0083 V5 choice to fancy milk cow s and springers S0 0094 00 Sheep und Lambs Qood to choice lambs 15 SSiQi C 90 fair to good S5 iSffi 75 culls am common t4 OQfi 00 good to choice wetlur sheep S3 7504 00 good to bholr mixed shreD S3 5003 85 fair to good 13 OOS3 50 culls to common S2 COGS 00 good to choice yearlings SI 0084 2J good to choice ewes S3 5003 75 Calves S70J I tojs Yorker S 3 5S5 7J medium and heavy J5 J55 80 pigs 15 30Q5 40 stag and roughs S3 755 Of- lCrtcneo Cattle Good to prIme steers t5 toes SO poor to medium S3 50 Q5 60 stokers and feeders S 2 254 00 cows SI SOSI 20 betters S2 onU5 OJ canners SI 5092 40 bulls S2 004 15 Texas fed steers S3 75OS 00 western steers S3 POttS 25 Sheep and Lambs1 Good to choice wethers S3 5004 15 fair to choice mixed S3 2503 75 western sheep S3 004 25 native lambs S4 2SQ 5 80 western lambs S4 0055 60 Calves S3 0037 OJ HogsMixed and butch ers S5 1SQ5 80 good to choice heavy 15 50S5 80 rough heavy 5 OOQ5 SS light IS 15Q5 6S last Uuftalo Cattle Ooud to choice export S5 250C 75 shipping steers SI 7595 00 butchers rattle fair to good S4 0034 50 heifers S2 4 25 fat cownJl 4003 75 bulls S3 450I 1 75 good tp choice milkers and ers S45 0055 00 Sheep and Lambs I Good to choice yearlings SI 254 69 gooil to choice wethtts SI 2S4 50 good to choice mixed S3 7604 25 good to choice ewes S3 753 1 00 spring lambs SI 50Q6 10 Calves Best S7 S06S 21 Hogs Medium and heavies S5 7536 861 Yorkers 15 565 75 pigs 55 5095 6Q rougb1 SI 7531 SO stags S4 0004 6- 9flttitburg Cattle Choice S5 10 gs SilO prime 15 1035 30 good S4 808 5 00 tidy butchers SI 204 50 ralrr S3 6044 00 heifers S2 5031 00 cows bulls and stags S2 0003 40 fresh cows SIS 00845 00 Sheep and Li mb Prime wethers S4 1004 25 good mixed S3 750 4 00 fair mlxfrt S3 40S 65 lambs S4 00 06 10 CHlves16 COW5 70 IfegsIrimeh- eavy SS 8536 90 mediums and heavy Yorkers SB 80S5 85 light Yorkers S6 45 06 75 pigs S5 4005 60 New York Cattle Native steers 13 705 25 half breeds and westerns IS COSM 00 bulls S2 2603 00 cown 15 It03 04 Sheep and I tmbs Sheep S3 00t 4 25 culls SI 25 lambs S5 2506 10 culls S3 608J4 60 Canadian lambs S5 75 Calve Veals S5 OOfig 75 HoKsStnto and Pennnylvanla S 6 25S 60 Wheat No 2 red SI 14 Corn No 2 55Ko Outs Mixed C to 32 lbs SIS c Cincinnati Wheat No2 red SI 2- 0e121 Corn No t mixed 67C87V4o Oats No 2 mixed 32Uc UyeNoS SeaS7a IjirdS7 50 Bulk Meats SS 00 Bacon S9 25 Cattle S3 2503 40 Sheep SI 0003 40 Inmbs S3 0006 00 Hogs S5 3505 40 Boston Wool Ohio and Pennsyl vania XX and above 34035c JX 30031c No 1 3334c No 2 330llc nae washed delaine 35Vi36c Toledo Wh at Sl 17i corn 6101 taU S1WO rye Sic cluvarteed IT Otf r lPRESIDENTWHAT DO YOU 10M 000IFOR TILE 25000 IN 500 CASH PRIZE 3letPrize Sioooo 2nd Prize S5ooo 3rd Prize looo I 8 Special Prizes of 8500 each for Earl YtiSubscriptions I11e have mode nnangoiuents with the Press Publishing Asaotla five of Detroit Michigan whereby our subscribers can participate in y tots distribution Every subscriber to The BitKATiiiTT COUNTY NEWS lone a chance to share in these cash prizes Tim subject matter of the interesting Con tojt in which these largo prizes will bo paid is the Total Popular Vote f to be cost for tho ollico of Presideutof trot Unitnd States on the 8th of November 1104 Every man woman and child in the United States should be interested in the Greatest election the Country has ever had It costs you nothing to wina prie Conditions of this Great ContestrEvery Miluorlber who remits fl the regular subscription price fur a years suscriplliii toPhe lliiKATinrr COUXTV Xinvs will be entitled to two guesses and will receive trout ua a u irretpondin niiinierof crtrtifljates Those cerlillcnlea will insure to him any prizes which his guesses will entitle him inolriin Vlirn you send in your nuliscriptloii iilno gsiul its your guesses or extiinnteg of the Total Vote to lie cast on Xoviiiilicr 8th for the otllce of IHKSIDKNr In nmkiiiK jour RIIPSSOS consult the HKiire below showing Hit total vote fur PKKSIDKNT from Uucoln to McKlnluy Write your iinnie address amid esthnnteg of the vote in the Subscription Blank lielow and mail the IJlank with your 8tilscitiin to fill HRIUTHITT COCSTT uses T t will 1m sent to you regularly and you will receive certificates con etuiohtg rite figure of thu guesses which you send to us These certificates 2will giinraniee to you any prizes which your guesses entitle you to Keep These certificates until the prizes are awarded so that you can compare your figures with the ofllcinl figure nt the close of the contest The contest will erase utuililiiight November ilh 1001 and no estimate received alloy that hour will lie allowed Tho official figures of the government showing the total vote rntt for the alike of 1reMdrnt will determine who are entitled to the prizes endTthe awards will be ujade liy n disinterested coinmitteeof prominent judges miter ns soon nn the ollicml figures can be ascertained When tho prizes are W r warded ovry subsciber who holds a certificate in tillS Contest will receive a printed list of the winner In addition to time large general prizes there are mht Special PrltH of 950OOO each for entry ouhtcriptloiu All have enn equal chnncH to win those mngnltlceiit prizes Those whti estimate or guess NOW lints chance to win n special prize nnil just as good a chance to win the rejl ltnl prize of H1OOOOOO the tint who sends in hU guess on the last 1 duty of the contest Act at once It usury utenn n fortune to you The money + Ywith which to pry the prizes hits liteu deposited tiy thi Press Publishing Aisuci i t the Central baviugx Hank Detroit Mich and can be used for no other dpurtose fn case of it tie for any individual prize such prize will be equally divided between the noutestnnt- sParticijiation in this contest is not confined to our renders as the contest is being advertised in a number of other publications the subscriber t to all uf which have an and opportunity to share in the die tributi n of the prizes t I Here isv the Lit of Pl1zeStFur the nearest correct esiimnlexirgueis i1000OoIFur the rpcniid iParHi correct eMimale orguei s BWQOO Rot this ttilrdiieare t correct estiinnlH or gnus 100ft 00 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 5COCO the fifth nearest cnrreot estimate or gueifw 20080 iFur the sixth nenrest correct esllmato or guess 10000 hFor the 10 next overeat correct estimates or guesses ISO each 60000 For the 20 next nearest correct estimates or guesses fJj etch 150000 y Fur thus 42 next nearest corren estimates or guesses U5 ench 63000 iFor the 100 next nenrest correct estimates or guesses UO each 1011JOcY f JFor the 3U next newest correct estimates or guesses t5 each 167000 r 492 prizes nmnnnting to J21COOtO In addition to tho foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for Early estimates will be paid Fur the nearest correctguess received before July 1st SOOpo Fur the nearest correct guess received on or niter July let and before July tits 15th 150000 v r Fur the nearest correct guess received on or after July 15th and before A up nil 1st 50000 For lht nearest corractguess received on or after August let and before August 16th 1560 CO SepY16QQelfFurFor the tlenrtsl correct guess reed IIlIlIr slier Qat 1st nllli before Oct 15 500d0 PIinl MX prizes to 5110X1 Valuable Information To aid in forming your estimates wo furnish the following figures The total popular vote for President in the year 1801 was 402 1J2 In 1868 wlIs57V1HJ an increase of TSa per cent 1 In 1872 was 6406105 an increase of 12 91 per cent t- In 1670 truss 8412733 an Increase of 3010 per ClHIIfInlSSO wits 9209406 vn Increase of 0 47 per In 1881 was 100I4JS5 and Increase of 0 07 perctiiit In 1888 was 11880860 an Increase of 13 30 per cent In 1892 was 12059351 an Increase of 696 per cant In 1808 was 13023102 all JnoreasH of 1545 par crfit Jn 1000 was 13959653 an Increase of 20 per cult In 10O4 What will It Itl Figure it out or guess at it and send in your subscrption It may Mieaua fortune to yOtlVV- hf costs you nothing tocitess rSUBSCRIPTION BLANK Enclosed find S to apply subscription account r Name r r 1j ostofiICOvt 1 tie9tinlates of the total vote to ba cait j Oil November 8 1004 for he olhcQo fl reaidant JQjt J 7 0VV i rnTVVVVVVVVV a THBBREATHITT NEWS y j Jvlse HAfllNS Editor r IMilay Oct lMst 11104 PROPF8SIONAL Sii h T WISE UA01KSA- TTORNEYA+ PLA W nyarPosiOfcef T t CIrAll butlntsa Intrnsted to him t tendon will locclve prompt and careful at I j unnnnnmmmnnwrnuilIIII L C ROARKa LAWYER TAOKSON KENTUCKY Will practice In Breathitt ems Slag tiln Onnntlns = iHIWWJUu wwuuuaWUWWA1IHi KENTUCKYI I i troinVn WHITE- ravuy r t i Office over Rank Manchester Clay Cut 4v Kentucky Alan Room eon Kentucky Title Rldg 10 Louisville Ky i Will practice In State and U S Courts Invites dorrespcnrtence touching Net Era Co lends in Owsley or 0 V L C4 lands in ilarlan or loose Ornel fnrn for sale In Clay Co Iy t application will tuvestigali and repnrtvahIPSnfIitlenrlnrgPtinrt- u of timber anal and oil lunch between Method Monroe county Ky nnd the bead nf Kingdom Come Latch fir po Ky i t Pnl55253 c r5ZST- EETE BEURIS I O1VII RNOINEEILS rn AND SUREYORS Prompt Attsntinn given to- all olaasea of work nod DmOFIOlk2Sr1SaS252525C EBS2IB22 J n w Announcements a TOR COUNTY JUDGE We urn Authorized lir annnnre T C WIIITR- as a candidate for tIP ofllco of County i Judge of Rrenlhltt county subject ti r partyDii r roil JAirEH- i + We authorized to announce REV 1 IllinnSON as candidate for time of flee of Jailer nf Krealhfll county sib feN to the action of the llemocrntlf party at Its primary November lOib 1604 He dislres to say to his friend c that having OAt before asked forotlbe he inn the race to stay t1 FOR COUNTY COUHT OIKIJK a 1s To the people of llrenllillt couiity 0 iIhave fnllbfully served you as iept- i uty Conny Court Clerk Inr the Inal J two years and bhllevlnc an I dn tits s1 I have gained ottr cnnfldencn I now akepleanurfl In announcInR my elt H9 n candidalH for thn first time in llril asking you In nomliml and fleet inn to tbn office of Jr COUNTY COURT OIRRKq nf your county This N my nudes county where 1 was horn arid reared 1 am a Democrat and subject to the r prirciplei or Democracy nod If elect ed to the office of whirl I believe 1 am deserving It will bnmy lilglietn ambition in life to make Ilia people ol r hlt tirLtnlghtoppose me cr iarnetly asking you fur your support 1 nor Yoiir friend T 11 Hunion 1 NOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce I O ROARK aq a candidate for County AiI torney of Ilreothitt county subject to thfi actlnn of this Democrallo party FAR CORONER To iho Pemncruts of nroalhitt conn- tf aI take I his mathndo nnnnnnciii myself ocandldnte for reelerUlcm in E thenTTlna of CORONER of Rrealbiti cnuhTyr ubJectfn iho action of llie Iemortahio party ev that mlIAn1nf4 Hrveroufaiflifiilly g Ynuis Retpenlfiilly M 0 BAJIBY I FOR SfATIRl2PnEaRUTATIVre VVe are amhorlwUo announce- ORAXT iiorriDAVt at acnndllate for RepresenlatiVB frnm J i tIP OII LPgiMlatIve DiRtrfnl enmposes nf the counties of Brpaihllt rIIA unit i lilgolfin tmbJ1 to IhB RIlon of tlltt Republican puny I JNn SnleA ltotlae and lotio the tOTrn ofiJ cUson Call on s vT v JlBainidt BowJInj t J Kefel about our gjeat gilt 1ttni Contest 1 WEEKS NEWS BUDGET ON WHICH BLUE PENCIL WAS FREELY USED l pprnlui In the Vnrluut Qaartnt- of the WorM Will UeFluntt Duty CUronlrlwl In the Fewest Word In This Column rUESDA Y Gang ut burglars raided the village of Vanceburg O McCbennans paint works burned at Buffalo Loss 150000 At Memphis Tenn John Pop a negro shot and killed POliceman Robert Jamison Pop killed later b a putiie Two more sudden deaths attributed to wood alcohols or bogus whisky re ported by the police of the lower west- side of New York Fire which U believed to have been Incendiary destroyed a flax warehouse at Salem Ore leased by Eugene Bosse Loss 90J00 Unknown man killed Columbus Ring a prominent young man of Park er W Va Shot was fired through the window of Kings home Judson Harmon of Cincinnati at torney general in Clevelands cabinet I arrived at New York on the steamer Mlnrietonka from Europe- StOMDAV i Telephone girls struck at Portland Ore for an Increase of wages Ell Miles wealthy farmer commit icdsulclde byhnnglngr at Ulootndale O Abel Lodge 89 former prominent I banker found dead In bed at his homo In Lisbon O Burglars blew two safes In a build fug occupied by Charles Edwards and Joseph Mlnch merchants at Contln n tal 0 i nd secured about JCOO Explosion of a mortar battery near- Boston killed Sergeant George Kevins and Privates Kelly and Hlgglns of the Eightyninth company of the regular coast arUl1eryICalifornia limited eastbound train on the Denver and Rio Grande rail- roadi collided headon with a freight train near Florence Colo Two traIn- i men fatally hurtSATURDAY Andrew Leonard hinged at Haiti more for wife murder i Fire destroyed the cotton compress at Elllavllle MIes Loss 75000 Failures this week were 203 In the Hnlted States against 203 last year and In Canada 24 last year 21 Archbishop of Canterbury and party who have been In this country several weeks sailed for home on steamer Cedrlc M Beslnger president of the Brims i wlekBalkeCollender company died at French Lick Springs lud of heart dlseueIFire at Frankfort Ind caused a loss of 10000 to L A Wells drug store the opera house George Maland undertaker A Wise Son hardware and George Jones grocer Reports disclose that building oper ations In 27 of the principal cities of the country during September show an Increase over the corresponding month a year ago of84 per cent KfilDAV Fire destroyed five stores at Llgo nler Ind Loss 135000 perishedrunYork I Brigadier General Burton In hIs annual report declares In favor Of the army canteen j John Bowman Hardware and Coal company London went Into the hands of a receiver with liabilities of about 100000 c- At Camden N J fire consumed the i big factory of William Scull Co j wholesale dealers lu coffee tea anI spices Loss 100000 Nine children seriously burned In t the explosion of a gasoline which caught fire In a San restaurant and was thrown orouchcQI sidewalkEllas W Oppenheimer wholesale i I liquor dealer flied a petition In bank ruptcy In the United States court tLouisville Ky listing liabilities of j 11GS9G and assets of 380OS- G9IIl11tDAV Steamboat Interests at New Orleans announce negro labor will be supplant t ed by wblteiI At Montgomery Ala a trolley car i struck and killed C J Casslmus aI wealthy merchant Rev J W Perkins of New Moscow 0 walked off Panhandle train No S lu hIs sleep and was ground to pieces at Trlnway O Herman F Haas charged with the embezzlement of 20000 from the Corn National bank of Chicago returned to New York from Panama Governor John L Bates of Massa chusetts appointed former Governor I W Murray Crane of Dalton United States senator to fill the unexpIred term of George F Hoar i In the Spanish chamber of deputies Finance Minister OEms Introduced a Mil abolishing all transport duties on I cereals flours potatoes dried vegeta bles cattle coal and manures cfiaI eyed by sea river or railIBattleship Georgia launched mic ceasfully at Bath Me Lord Milner resigned the high comI r mlsalonershlp of South Africa on IIcj count of ill health Elizabeth Butter 6ld 19 of Venice i 0 died of burns receIved in a gaso I line explosion at her home Using a beer bottle as a weapon I Emmit Mason killed Frank Black stone 36 at Athens O Mason found t Blackstone at his home Albert J Adams tbo former king of New York released frompolleyI 31ns prison after serving months of a it months sentence I Mrs Belle Davidson wife of II C noI idion of Lou Creels died at her Iomr hid Mnndny of lung trouble She had just recerfily returned from lint prlHgs Ark where she Jmd been fur treatment She was ihe viinjei Blighter of Jndge K 0 Strong oh ru- tOnr oldest citizens She was hurled i uesdey at ihe fntnllybarjlng ground i j Ii Go Tb V WATTS Storet i 4 He is 1 I n Full line i Of Ladies Dress Goods MehvsCl- othings 1 Also a full line of Boys nnd Yorithf Clothing everything uptodate Your art corlially to inspected our line Call and see the Best for the 1ripoa the Lowest NVholosale and Retail Higt price paid for Couii trVProdu ce II Welcome JOHN WATT lAflvSONV KENTUOKY Correspondence For first + On9S job work try tin NKWS joh tie pnrtinent liONVIILI Tlie drouth I fearful stud ienpIe- sway fnin the river are sufferlnR Inn mock water and moM of the countr wells are dry Time fever petlentR ore all Rettin nlon fairly hellnml no new cases are to lie reported Vm Abshear who has teem very liiw with hemorrh Ke of the lungs il 111111- 11IlmJltot4110I1 hope of his recovery bI hnn been tnffering sn badly with stomach troiihle Issllli very low nail fcnrf for his recovery are milertninedWlllmrn linwninn raised H patch ot Mipcorn which tnriiid out tape acitrj odty He anied it very early and II niitiiired before the hn wcnllierccased mote extremely hot day about ten days ngo Mr Bowman heard n crack I Sjnj nnise in his canleii and on going outli found Iheolinckit all Imp + i lug Oil trump earn ears and the corn capping in the lint nm and ready for use Mr i Rowm in brought your curresponent onte specimens of the corn and tilt capped corn on the cob be seen In my office by any pernn iloiibilfiK use i lacy almve stalcil iThl runty primary culled fur De 3d next in nominate candi dates to run inn the various COlin 1 nfTI RIO be electedat the November elcc lion rIIR biiiiiRht nut n lost of run didatesjor nalii nnmiiHltuns alt ox tremely anxious IIH to the will of the dear people Henry WlnntI111 Frank llraaner whowere confined n jail wllhoiit ball charged with killing Darnell UmJune had an investigation befoolodKu Brew er lust week on u ImbKiin corpus writ and VInn w4 allowed hull In tbn snir of fft0naml lirewncr In the turn of- f2M10 which lley prompil Rave and were released Holin who was Irlel i At court and sent up for life for the l a mme crime took ana ppeal ors hill cn e YAIIRR HRITOIIKS 1 ROCK rICK IvJ II Villinms of UilllainsbiirR 11 condncimiiH series of meetings at lhl place M1 + sSIPIIe Thmmas sismighuler or hits Thanes was thrown fn ni a horse nnd very seriously hurl Inat Uedneiday- Wilton Ilitrdman and Leonard M- mIPv have urea connllng and branding ties Inn Pay Urns ut this place for the pat week Die school nt tlila place is pro resii lug nicely and all the pupils mire IIIIIIIK goal work M 1V M iII rlsns seen attentiliiB court nt TackRon for sevflrnl days John firinVlh of Oroiketlsvllle wa mixing with his ninny friends In lli1 section Friday He Is a caudidale for SlieillT surd Isle friends her + iIIrt member dim kindly at the pihnary in November A number nt boys disturbed meeting ut this place last Tlmrwlay nlfiht Will USunlITo drink we may ref r almost sill the diititan ever fell beneath the crowbar brigade In time worst days nf eviction It has filled more graves and made more widoan and orphans than famine lsnd it hat broken mute hunria and blighted more hopes and rent family ties murerelHrtllesfly titan time enforced exile of emigrants B B Saloons of JncUfion Closed themvijcally at least c miryInwt nnnf more all lu saloons having 1lIn permanently closed last Monday morning This step was Ihe- result of JndgH Itlddnlls Instruction to the crand Jury In which ho Informed Item that the llneenied saloon here Vas Illefiiil and Ihnf their proprloin should be indicted As a coneqnenee a number nf indictments were returned against time rnlnon uteri Tits latter md Common wttallhii Attorney R J- prIll affected n compromise in which fir Roberts agreed to file all thn in IIclmentfawny and the gnlcon propri Uors agreed to olojp time town refund log thlicense money for that part of the year they frilled to run time saloons Vise police tome of the town were ul o discharged it the same tune Many ipojja predicted an unusual arrnnnt of lawleBne as the result thoiiRh tllgae conditions have not at yet mute xli zed e Si qrS118 YL fM+ hwH W FOIlCOHONBK In this iniprefcjion of tho 1nice- appearP the aiiiioiinceinoiil of M C Balmy us a candidate for Coro ner of nreathitl enmity subject to to the notion of the ltMiiocrnti party Mr tiailey has hell this nfl oiu the past and was n faith fill and cflicuMit officer lie is n Democrat nnda good citizen who alaiids for law and onlor lii4 health is shell tWit ho will he linn the to sot all tine volnra of tllo county before tho primary hot ho hope hii past reconl as nil of tidal and a citizen vi ill cause him to receive the cqtisiduration and support he deserves The first fpitol this seivun la vie t this Motion Ciime Thursday Bight The oriiBnizaifon of tile Relief Club of the OilY of Juckson was pefected om lay this Week lIlrT H Head se Clinirnnn midlj II Dnvall Srgreinrv- and Treasurer This Is it firmly work sad hf iiltl receive the encriiivaRflfnenl mid snplnrt of every one Attatnilei r port of the organization anti Its oh cot will be pub UIItd next week On the Increase Worlds FnJrTrnVfil KcHiiir Bert lCr While the volume of travel to fL Louis on account nf IhA 1Vnrtda Pllir hoe not quite oomeup to Ihe expecla tlnnsnf this Vnrd Fiilr management or the railroads it lies been as largf as naaeipeotetli1 things considered The banner month + so far as attend aol Is concerned will be September October nnd November an I during these three months thtl admNolou will iinilniilitwilr equal If niitastrnssa Ihe entire number registered up to AORIIM lId inclusive II inpertalnly aRrandblfCfihow suit one Mist no person wllli the meiriA fdniiM tints It Is the opportunity n lifcllm in an eiucaliitnal way and one turns will be taken advantage of hJ the t rent majority of the people or America bi lore II close ilk an attraction dial all Americans are proud uL and just ly seOn account of Iu unexcelled train service both as regards equlpmsul end accommodntioim thq Iniil ville Men dersnn t St Louis Italluay better known n the U9iderin Houte lens rtnrrfrd time niajorily of KenlucklnnH toflt r ouli and have beynril i doubt been more Instrumental In contribut ing to the success nf llm Pair titan any other rri mall In this territory The HiMidersni hoist Is justly enti tled to all th prnUe that It being showered on them as their train service Is unquestionably thA finest oper ated Ir ornntsit Kentucky and their iichedulft p trains Is more nearly malF tasted than on the majority nf roads For comfort in travel unit for the best neeommodntlons Mimi safest train mhedule ihereV sot OIIH thing In nl all limes keep In mindgat the lien derson Home habit and request this muting In purchasing your tickets 870RoundTrip Lexington Ky TO ST LOUIS ANn RT3TURN VIA SOUTHERN RY Sundays Mondays Tuewlays llednNs- drays and Tnurspays- Rfii nive Sniidny Septeinher 18ih and continuing until December Hi 1101 the SOUTHERN RAILWAY will sell Conch Excursion tickets on Sundays Mondays Tuesday Wed nepdays lId Thursdays form Lexmg Ion to Pi Tvouis and return nt rote of 8 70- Tickets good returning seven days from date of sale No ticket IKIIVBV er In be limited later titan December Snd 1001 For Flllhlr Inlormatlon wrlia or pall on v T W OHEWSiTrav Iii ienger Art 89 E Moin StLeijngton Ky + h i RAfLRP ffABLm Lexington cC Eastern RJyj r U k1UT111F TAIiLE- RPNlive t b itt iiitii jwy IJRst IlouuttU No 4 UIV ylv aunJr fIIIPM AM Lv Lexington 5 745 iWlnOhtlIlflr 310 825 i Clay Oily 3M 011 Stanton cOO 923 Natural Bridge 43T OM Torrent 440 1004 109Idrla bon 615 1681- I 1Yeat 1olutd No I No j IIUty r AM P V Ar Lexington 1010 COTi Winchester p23 630 Olay Oily 837 430 Stanton 8 28 4 30 Natural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 347 Heattyvllln Jim Td 326 UA K rllnnn 621I aflO- I Jackson aiNi 225- Xn 1IIIHII stake olo e connect to for Cnnnel Oily unit points on Ohio Kentucky Hallway PJvUto dally or rcpt Sunday No 1 unit 2 connect at L4 P Juno inn with Chesapeake iV Ohio for Mt Sterling and local points train Nr 2 connects nl Heaity- vllle Junction with Tt A fnrR Mty vllle i J IMlARR lien Mgr OIIA SIMITT 0 lYA I I l O 1C It 1 Effective May 22od 1P01 Hast Bound West Don nj iJIt 7ti rh r fii tf AR PJI 4tt AU tV CU tv 911 23Ti Jark nn JI 20 8ah1 Igtll 230OtltJnnellt8 nll+ Ra IM Vlihstrst 115 417 9 M Jfi2 Hampton lltftS 4IM- 7W It28 Lee Oily UtM fiMrt 711 Ir2 ISsfS fitlji 715 IsW Cannel OIly ISsW AH5 tu tV IM IV IM AR PM AR feathnstnd1stuenpcr Train Connects I at O A K Junction with train which leaves Lexington nt 740 am nastlxiiind Passenger Train connects wharfiInRtnn at 605 pm CmnarSIIIIi Louisville S Atlantic Ry In enact tiny ISlh 1004 r NOJ No ti- i Arrtt Iran Pt A 1t 5tatlon I f11r IARJankwni- tfnityviiie 6 25- tiI M jntI- ti j 80 iiyt1l1i 7 le IA lleidHllmrr 80 412 Inhllof 112- 021ti lltulininnd 10 20 No 1 XCI Xu I Not I 31 IM A N 101 U rt11I1 2 JS- All II rr RIO Illchinmid 145 n fOj 1124 7 40 Valley View 4 Iii 0 II 001 16 NIeholaivllMn 6 55- l0lmS eai VeMjiiie fiir 7t5- 7lu nW LnuNvlllH 815 10In Lr lv Ar Ar I HR Smllb 0 K P A Versailles KIt RXCURSIOyS RATES TO NORTII URN RRStJRTS J Excursion tickets nt unusually low rates good for time senenn on sale dally i beKinnliiK June 1stin Mll miikeo Mast Ison Waukeiha flreen Lake Devil fUIIIIIII1I1111111011 many I lake resorts reached by the NnriliWi tern Line j Inforuiailon and tickets can hevemr ed front your IIOIIIA agent nook en tilled The Lakes and Summer He Uorlsof tilt Northwest mailed Upon i receipt of 4 cents In stamps W B HrIJPJIOOO to COI0101o unit Ituturti Via Chicago Union Pacific s Nun I V uieru tine Chicaco to Denver Col Inrado Sprtngsiiiid Inehln dally i throughout time summer Poi respond i llnRiy tow rates from ait points east Omy one night m Denver from Ohiea In cud Central States and only two nights enroule from the Almntlo Sell hoard TJVM fast trains dalty N M Bream 135 Vino Street- Olnclnnatl i Ohio 27 f O limit HPHFNGS S D O7N Diad dixl and Loailvllli and return from Chicago daliy vja llieChleaRO A North Western Ily Correspondingly LOW rates from oilmen tItIlrelltt re one of the most picturesque spots In tlallIfloss your puma agent Illustrated illack hills Booklet with valuable mnp j mailed on receipt of 4 cents In stamps I by WB Knlskern Chicago i See H D Fleenor for bargains In lilocki A nile 8 day nuiulc nlnck fur il60 Others sell the same cluck fur ltern mISt1 t r JJf t T TJ tr DAY BROSwR l rYl CGMPAYJr Wholesale and Retail V have the most complete stack of A i 4- G l ikMERCHANDISE i Ever brought to Jackson consIsb K I flp of f I j Y I It r t r J r 11 I 4a u a w to + i f l NQit t u l Z v I ft1iinq i e f C I of LQts r t Jfroes i tT I iili W have the Finest line of SHOES irf Eastern Kentucky Our mens shoes arei rYihofj For the Ladies we have the most I Fashionable Lot Wmoneycould I Millinery Goods i Department is under the man agement of Mrs R J Fulkerson whorcanshow ouVThe Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also- FASHIONABLE 1 b l DRESS GOODS Witfrol11If you need any Mouse Furnishings orr 7 FURNITURE Z C Wo are the people you are looking for t 1 eve ltavc it by car loads to suit everybody xJtCome and see us our At 1Iiilllllf IIIIIIIItltllfitlli111UtlllllhUllflltlllllithl tI iiiiiiiiiiillllllHIIIHIIIII- IIIIIIHIIIIPricesI uulire All Right Iw i DAY BROS I CQMPANYT4r1h 4 My- r JkOn J JCentuckyC l tJtlrL As fT 0 + t ril A j Si iLlwrr i1t t e1vs1- ttblhr iti+ lslrry Ir1Iuy ir Local and Personal 0 ey = S1 cilbH t5dep1i Kw 7 rI 1 rV gmirantfo n larger drcula lion than any other piper puhltal t oSttl in tilts section grw at Day Hro Co 2 tKTKIiiK of dobbin wai here 11 iu lnei Tuesday Oolley Meet Market for fresh am purid meal a 6Jtf do you liko high taxes am IfJI1w for county ollioers di bard times 1 lalaga and Oonconl Qrape at Ular t Itruer s S Taiilbee lUddeliV Nod E r Imidrum wen tip to Klley Monday on tnulnetx eon k 4A Heeled will MrTaiilbeetaluntbsrlntri i ells there f v When JII lfxiiiKlon toil with liar INII Ketil MotelI y TlMMiinuy friends fs S1Rul bit arts very anxious that ItoSunke Jhe race for County Judge J 10JOlt 8AIK Two nplemliil mile I POWI Win It HaKln Ireen Shepherd of Lainhrta Nu here during the week ItHiklhg after lib I Inleieitl use a cmidliUle for County Sit + i rllllJpl Tlila U an till home jirlnt jmjKM limit both sltlen If you wunt to gll all ILlitWi 1 I Alonin la luillilliiK N finirroon cuttiigM nil Marmini llelKhl on the loi hnrereAllr imrrliMed from 9 S Taut 1seeOrlrry owl rranlerrUs at Olarrenti llddeiiY flip ors limn cord on the UAH item lain eftect Iasi SunJay The nnl KJiaiiKe I the IwklOK off nf the SiiniU train 0 Krlmaii Is pnjluK Ihulilghes pj jre fur green said dry hides anittil 411iPr prIiPe lion Mason Culls of Simpson UN lays Moiiday He hRN Bern tiiBeilni for tome lime with lung tninble him Ill tlilokn Ire Is ImproviDK Cklvln WIIInll Minerva Hens try were married at the reildence o John B Lewis lanSninrdny Do yon know how much of the t r r Mt county debt has lean paid during l the had three ytiiraT Inquire ut thin Count Clerks Oilier L 1 s11Inurtt who has burn traveling + sllauuirl our ttin past fflllllllllll riIreitlrHtdlo bin townie at Hendrick Alofidny where he theatiiercantllH busiit s- Colleyat elesi Market lur heat fresh nilrnreil meat In Jackson A 10 a E6iMls delivered promptly Phone No TO 62if t i Hon 0 W Sewell lead an attack of hurt faitnrn last Friday while at break faster I la sojn recou red and waV able Hi be liiit his lnulnei ugaln at Item Ben Ii lilg tnfl returned Wed t nemlay from SwanitO Spring where he hind been tarabout ten daps drinhlnx SwaiKO water for stomach trouble He Is very much Ijnprnved In health n 6 M Wilson wFiu ha4 been sick with freer tier some ttute Is now able in lie out again 641 rurm For Snit e HO Aflrts nf land for sale 2tj stills from Jackson on Lick Branch with 4CO young peach pod apple trees Over 800 bushels corn and 1ft bushels Irish o potatoes Fur particulars apply to Jons E PATRICK Jackson Ky Judge Parker has decided that he LpdoeH not have jurisdiction in try hue rase vs Win IIrlUIIII IIIIrR Ill with llm hiunler ot James OockrllL The Con inon wealth appealrd the case In the Poutt of AppealsJust Innk 500 Suits to Le clued out at half pries at 0 Kflmans Cell In while 4 rritrl and dxnmlne them FOR SALE 100 acres of land cheap nrar Lambric on main Quicksand Ad dress S II PATRICK Jackson Ky Oapt Henry Oilllns retnrnej last Satuixiay after about a years absenceli I Hu was aecllon foreman nn thin L t K N Inc several years and resigned on an tmmint of ill health Ilia health in nyteli better now Tlw schedule of ihe afternoon 0 A 1C pitAierger train has been changed re- T tg cently The trusts that formerly left hum for Cannel City nt 030 p m now t t leavr at 800 p m J R Johiaui and FJ hversnlent Mae bid passed thrniiKh hens Monday nn + their way to St Louis to attend Iho F fair They will slap about ten days p jf 4OVho Luis taken earn of the pan f peravfor the past three years You yearr1 threeorde and eeas4whohas been i getting the coon yr V l w 4- r 1 PvJ 1J S 1 O tCOL ilCOIIOI in Iti nlonik of Litllnt 1 MrvJiiiowii ftAs port of din Imlinn 4 FlehUi A itoiiKe with 7 rooinn thin nt the ilinr IIJII other ileeisnnry util billldlng fI nlook lurfi f cirifv luhllCII Imrfslllirn tn hnlil lucres of tolmeeoCIuriltri U cliool ciiAviilileiii flue fnrijl Is ay rnterel nod fmiciHl TherH IB A 111r111 Vinni orchnrd of noinethlng over Will Irma In bearing Mlecleil oall oil iimililreitfini nt Itidlnn Fleldn- K vY A Y + Gll AURV y i10Omnbebl llnrnnl umlfc W Hyer ofInc Oily returned lastnltlr Iny from Mnrgniifleid ivher IIlPyhnd illpuiled the meelliiK of iho Grind algA of Old KellowM na reprn euiii Iveo of their hxlKes They were np liolnteil on the Committee of Petitions I which wm cjnlio nn honor to 11181 ynuig 11111jIns of ninny II A TiMlnle Snminertown N 0 ilffer d for twenty years with the Ills HpiclnllKU were pmiiloyed nnd ninny remiMllert m p l but robe nod psi hut nrnl goal wui fouml only lit the Me of DeWiU Wlloll llAXfl Salve InU U only stir of the iiMny ninny nre lint have lieen effectisl by his tooilerfol remedy In unplug Wlloh i tlnxrl1alve it M Oulf nece nnry to sen dint you net the genuine DeVitV xinddliy P U PeWIll kOI i In Clitcn Oandn cure U ceitnin DeWliJ vVitrli lintel Snlve curs nil klmU IIfI titles cups burn bruited eczema let ter rliiKWorm kln diseases 111 Sold by MS Ornln I Sam Cole relurntsl lust week trust in ixteiuleil trip to OreKon California unit other wmtijrn pjlnl He was very Uiiph plea Htl with the country Ilse vUfled his IIlIcle1 B Coleman i f SantiiKO l slstn the 1itrlfltt enact I O n McQnlnn n recporttl cllUen i of ItoiiMfBiidlpil suddenly at hlihonie I lit Satutdity of heart fttilnre lie eer 33 years ol usgs stud wa III npparMil iCOod heTnllh nod n shun nt remnrknlile vitality fur one of htgage lie vnl lien attending court lust n few dais before tile tlrnih IIII rlclI II art If you ever took IMVlitVUtile Kni ly Insets fur hiion oeiuorcion ilpniutii you know what pill i leaui li These famous little piJU relranne the liver mil rid the yyrirni of all bite lilioul inNuriiiK unplrR anl tITriM They do not gripe Hrldio or weaken hill pli aatily give lone used iirmigluh to- he llultfcH and organn of thin lomaoli liver and bfnveN Sold byM S OrlllllI W 1 Hryant formerlr of the lius ler hu accrpttxl Ihr potltiiin aa fore man ofour otlletj Mr Hryaul liui hail nonolderable esperlenre In ihenews paper bunine unit Is a gout writer Vllh his help w e are ably III promiwe von a better iaier than we have been stub to Klve you heretofore Oster iun Ice Cr INI m NUPllorI XII IIIIIf l The Iadlen Aid Stalely of the Chris flan Chumli will give their nnnnal oys ter not icy Oieam nuppvr November iKiul A novel sod unique enter lalmnent U promised M tfonneption lit Sterling Stofk Market At the October term of llieMont Komery County Court last Monday thieve were more pitttH on the market yllItlirill cows sold ait low lit In per pound The catchy of enter through a large slr inn of country evidently depreed thou market frulIIlHO Circuit Court John Toiler colored pharged with attempting lo detain a woman was tried Tuesday the Jury giving him a term of seven years In thus penttnnthsry Thin case against Mote F lner was conlinueil Thu case against Ueorge Johnson was dismlsted Nearly all the felony cases were fish tinned but a great many civil safes IIInearTaiilbee last Wednesday morn tog of dropsy lit tas about 26 years of age II h former home w NS IIllhl place where he has many friends and relatives nho will learn of hU death with the most sincere sorrow and regret An Incident both novel and Interest Ing to the people of this secilon was witnessed liars Wednesday afternoon which witt the passage through the town of about 1200 geese which lush been hnught up at various polnla above and were being driven through to the Sit Sterling market Thought a com mon enough oncuirencu lu many plac ult Is the first limn glee were ever sent loan outside market from Breaths lit county or In such numbers nt least Meshrs Jack llollon and John llnrst were till otvners and drivers llonJ L McCoy will speak here nn 100IpartyL MriKHzabeth 1arruU of Kobbins saverlulfceeke tfAp- Y w Wedding Presents EOR THF FLI4SEASON WI AlCli llPIiAYICM- any new articles in SOLID srI That CUT ASS crOOkS tuna ART COODS Ito 1847 Rogers Table- Ware Handsome Articles at 100 and np- HEINTZ elw EAST MAIN STREET OPPOSITE HioPHOKNIX I LEXINGTON KY PRICES FOR LOWERQualtly reatWanJ Au up Mkr Needles Oil Repairs fOR ALL MAW AT SINGER STORE I NttHllea fur all innkea of innchSne Ge per Iin kage mthre9t corner Muin anti Broadway Jackson Ky XiiiWOl I Company Orjranlvtrtl The Ken tucky Union Oil Com pany with n enS11OJO000r has been inuorponitud nnd opened oHlces at Heiittyvillo Ky by Hon Jnine4 1 Adams formerly or Sal yeraville Ky now of lifnttyville uxRtmrtMentatlvo from the 92d District in the Legialatnro of Ken Luckya cnreftil and conservative Inisinerta man and there can lit no doubt of the ancetas of unycn turprisit ho iindertaktM Associated with Mr Adams in this compu ny are sottIQ of tho moat promi hoist financiers nnd capitalists in tholjist and West Tho company conlrols many thousaiids of acro3 of the bust oil territory in tho proven oil fields of Kentucky and line almost unlim ited capital nnd the most powerful inilmwcoj nnd interests in tho oil world behind it Among tho prom cent members of the Hoard of Trustees are tho following Will lace L Mason Oaahier of Keen National Bank Keen N IL Will ter It Tarter Cashier Cheshire National Bank KeenJN II Lin coin W Mileiianl Capitalist New York City Col Henry U Malin Cllpilulillt Now York City K A Wade Attorney and fal talist Now York City If A Hal lenbeck of the Merchants Loan and Trust Company Chicago III Hon John E Allen Keen N 11 Capt Jefferson Prutor President of tho Salyeranlle Bank Salyera yule Ky j Col ItA llurat Cotin etilor at lstlJtiekeon nyjK1 Pope McAdaiuH Jaahier of Peattyvillu flank Beattyvllle Ky James E Bailey Cashier Citizens National Bank Paintsrille Johnson coun ty xyThe new Company has the goodwill and the united support of the banks newspapers and citizens of the ientuclyoil fluids anda brill IInllt future is predicted for it Dissolution of PiirtncrMhlp The law partnership heretofore ex iftinj between J Wilt 1Ir1rllIs suit U X Howling under the firma name of llnglna A liowliiiK hM been dissolved by mutual consent Mr liowliiii mov ing away Tho business of tho firm will be carried t n by J Wise llagins wl o will devote more time to the practice oJ1v than heretofore t I THE BREAD MAKER lung nn fears of the result when lining Mansfields Flour it while fad Iles the nnlnral tussle and Ihivor of the wheat hurry Make j better whiter henlUler bread than you have been using bccaiire It IH tattled from the best heal and mlllpd- In llm rlRht way on the lieU equipped roller Hour mill In Kentucky Tot a 25lb SlIck of BEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN IIILY talk to you It will be tunes oonvlncliiK then n barrel of words Ask your grocer for it K O MANSFIELD SOX nosskyN KY ltir Sale One Jersey row living milk now and will be fresh next spring Qnll nt CnllniLMe llama near tits Bridge By WIIMAMOAIIMR R iiuxl fur Children The pleasant to Inks nod harmless One Minute UoiiKh Core gives inslnnt relief in all CASH of lough Croup and laOrlppe btcitue l111l1I1I1 tiara Im niLJlnlcl tutu ihe stoinHoh tint takes effect rlijlil III thus sent of this trouble It draws tout the liillnniiimllon henU sooltiPK amt pnres perninnenily by en ablhig the IIIIIK to contribute pars lifeglvlUK and lilt finUililii oxygen In the lihuHl snit Iisgurs Sold by M B Crain lacksou Ky Silbicrlbe fur the Advance a mitgn tbt of Inspiration lo young people fAds per year o three for UOOt VtUut OAMJirRR Agent JiicUsnn Ky Foil HIJlMtKSKNTATIVH Mr lloUldny ttSiose atinourcemenl for Stale lepre entrttive appettrx lo nil other column Iwo been a resident o Ihll polituy ittoti of Ids lire i welt up on thus Issues of the day and if elected Will slake Ihifdlsirict a good Rejire entallve Bum Paltons cnwinlll at lk K Jinnlion burned last Wednesday night with a luuo about 1700 No Iniiir aliveIv a7 Eubank of Kiddvllle was Kerr lal week lunkhig after the prosecutior of dehorners of logs lie has been en gagfd In tits business fur sevfeint rears and has nlmnsi slopped list log steal lug linslnena on Ihe ventupky liiver IIP Bowling and u Mr timlm ol llasard cent to Cincinr ntl last week and purchasedan outfit fur a nmvgpn will soon launch nt II zI 11jCI11people of Perry cnunly will surpoit this stew enterprise which will be of 111 calPtilable bHiieHttn Perry county I have several hundred deeds rue uidett during my term of olllce n Counly Clerk These are valtiabt n I dm OWIIPM of flue land and I would be IIllId for them to call pay Iho It es I and take them out J Wise Ilagtur If you Barn any house or lugs or nuts you wont to sell lUt them with llniliift Howling A nice small Faros in lee county to sole The Larkin Stamper place on the head of near Creek Nice dwelling 1 gnd storehouse cribs and barn never falling water well fenced Price tee amiable and terms easy For parliou hurt SAM JKTP- Winchester KT n4UR GllASH TH ACTION CO + Georgetown and Lexington fmc tion Company Cars Iave Lexington for Ports every hour from 6 a mto 7 p in end atO p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to B p m situ at 10 p 111 Single fare 40ment- ateavs Lexington for Georgetown ev tory hour from 7 a rut lo 1 p m except 11 B m III m 8 p in and 10 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m lo 10 p m except Un m 12 m and 1 and 9 p ih Y ALEXANDER President Cnn sou eats J iI Taylor n prominent merchant t of Chrlesninnrexassays I could nut eathepatise of a weak stomach I lost all strength and ran down In wright All that money could do was dons but all hope of recovery vanished Ilea r IHH of Dyspepsia OurIIconcluded t try II The first bottle Imneflled me and after taking 4 bolt Ins I am full restored to my usual strength weigh- and health1 Kodol Dyspepsia Cine digests what you eat and cure Suit by IS Grain Jackson Ky TIES WANTED lOCOOTIes on river above this plume For particular cull oiror address me alIacksonKy2tf MS ChAts All parties that are Indelued to me are requested to call usual stttle tit ones kit debts that are not settled in 80 days will ba advertised and sold 22t A Si JoitsioN J + l I V lwt s Inside v OF THE WORLDS FATK And How To Stie It At Tlic Least Expviser- lbllendersunltnnle lint gotten nil and Is now olTerlnK for tree dlatribmtlun a very complete and vnlualiln book let descriptive of vlint lit insole 11111 wlmtlH nnlHlde tif the Uurlds Inhjpall how to see It lit Ihs least The booklet contaliiR tnfornintlnn of such value that nil prospective visi tore to St Louis sluiolil have n copy How trt reach IIB Fair Grounds opon arrival In Stuiuig how loges II rOil 1111 the grounds to the heat advantage Hie last tunnnmictil plitn fur tearing the Exposition things of Importation to see in St Loulf together with ninny tutu or valuable painters regarding n trip of this nature mttolllyROIIII of the many polnu covered In this eompleln book IrIII lit RomPlhlng yon should hrvs lie planning your World Fair Irllllil unit LM obtained by nd resrbtg Mr fJ Irwin Oeilernl laxoHnger Agent Henderson loute Louisville KyN Free Reclining Chair Cars Pullman Observa tion Parlor cars Dining Cars and Sleepers ON TIIH JOJ11 Alt Henderson Route BETWEEN Louisville St Louis the West and SOUTHWrest IF YOU WANT TO TUAVEtOXTMK or1n ernl rot I IiaK 011 Ill F IIKNOKKSOS UOtllE 11 A HIT rr1 nno ill lilT TO AOQUIKE ASK Till AOKNT FOR Ill IS ROUT INn Will N ItJHOIlASlXn YOUR TICKETS T J IKWIS KO I lARKRTT lea lM iKr Alt Tfdv UnlCAlt Louisville Ky WANTED Tohmy poplar logs for veneer Work l8 Inolies aunt upI any length I will pay cashsVJ Gibson Norton Vi BUY THE Jm giNEOther Before You THE NEW HOME 8EWIN8 MACHINE COMPANY ORAriGC MASS Many Sowing Machines are made to sell regard rless ot quality but the Sew Home U nods to wear Our guaranty never runs out we make Sewing Machines to suit all condfttym standsatheItotal by nulhorlxtMl lenlfr ouly rOM tALc BV James M Richardson Co General Agents Wtelrlf nMs CLKVKLAN1 O Free Reclining Chair Cars to St Louis TIe Southern Htilwaj has iuituRiira ted a llneof tree reolliiliiR chair cars- on this night traits between Lexington Louisville and St Louts thronph with out change each direction In addition to the through sleepers and roaches heretofore operated- Thpe as lirnnd new vestlbuled cars with all Ihe latest imprnWmout iu condinR sin ikiiiR comptrtmnt epi rusts wush rooins for lahlri and grntle menllRhlHl by plnt oh gas These rfcllnlng chair cars are sure to prove popular with the patrons of Ihe road as they are very comfortable allllIl nluht the chairs can be mined beck obeyernwithout any extra charge Any paspn ger balding a regular through ticket entitledtto III e rays J W Dean Contractor for Brick suit Stone Work Lime and Content for sale Give him a cell when needing anything in his I JACKSON KY WATCHESClocks Silverware Silver Novoltiso CUT cr vss nnd nil kinds of first dUBs jewel ry nnd optical goods Call when in Jnckeottr SD FLEENOR hwnl H ANU v1TIOIAN n A Conililnntlon OtFir I Byjtmr liberal terms with the pub Ushers of other papers we are attic lo furnish you two papers fora little more than tine uncut of one 11e ran save you money on uny upper you vlsh to take Vu will furnish you THE BRI2ATI1ITT COUNTY NEWS and eltliprof the following Coo rierTorn tout Louisville llernhl InterOtsnnCitictnnntl Lexington Lender lloaie ant Farm or New Yorlt TribunHFnrmer One Year For Only 1115 one should be without a japer buy two of the heat in ihe uiuutry fur so little montty For Staple and Fancy Groceries at iwest primes call on Crawford A Uieech or phone 3S A satisfied customer IH cue best advertisement Our customers adver tise us- A P Cnuvpoiin it Co t 7 4 tiLouisiana Purchase 4EXPOITION WORLDS FAIR St Louis Mo nOON D TRIt Season Ticket now on sale daily fro- ntJACKSON KY limited to Dec 15th 1004 5214otiItixtJ day tickets on stile dully Fifteen day tickets on sale daily 1515 For further fonnotionj applyf to E A IlornUiookj Agun- tJACKSON Ky 1coni stud Timber Land 5 Wanted Wanted one hundred thousand acres jt or c inlnod timber Innds In Eastern Kentucky fur CASH for Eastern Capi talists Write to CE Anna Lexn onIN AVOniIVS KAIU SIIOIIT LINK I r 870 7IROUND TRIPL- EXINGTON TotWORLDS FAIR- T LOUIS MO Vi- aSouthern Railway fi Tickets on sale July 19th 21 Ij ufiand 28th I NO CHANGE OJf CARS 1For1tall on- T Orewj Traveling Passenger Agent 8U Easl Main St Lexington ky O Ladies iiiPiile Shoesi II I 1 No Cut off Vamps in j I Courtneys Shoes 0 tilt SALE UY 9APCRA WFORDco + 7R v r We Are I IHclCCelebrated SHOEThe Boot on Earth IpuRib E SOO P Ill QJE For Sale By 0 c DAY BROSOO i Jaokso9 leQtuoly tI r 1 pro I tflI L I thejfi i I J Substitute Sun Land of The th- eChnjinR I l t- 1rMydrryNorth Will Etc t 1I1Iil L ir Cap 11hl 1903 by HARPER a BROTHERS A pa A ICONTINUEDJ S1 3 Lydio looked up fihnrpfr and fixed a steady gluinv on the face of tier frlrnJ You are actually In love wltinflm sLe said Itlint right T She sud denly Covered her face Oil be a soosel Kitty said Were Rot work to do before Wt jjoi to best Your mother and Mrs Dur lolStI arc now rolling u delightful mor t set of gossip under their toitgua + tin hear their mumbling voices I t have tnildea 1 cant sleep until J 5 have rid their mind of the pellet thin t j 4 ruiirn lln llar teas litillnff oil tlio j t tllIIllIrtValt Ill 111 ram and then well IJ tobed D ttHtlu stnlrj and entering 1 the drawing roolnn moment tutor Kit i ty overheard Mrs Cranston frying A Yes that accounts for It lie was not i Invited und was simply Jualoui an l j desperate over not seeing her sa hl r stole Into the grounds uiulIVUlM sty what au t IIIUlhOllfhlnltII + waft UM Itere 1e t ratite from ern t j stag l part thntthBlreet U the carrlagi 111111Ftlll noticed the wheel vouilutf uffi lie valliil out I thought I hArfl chIlepolwbut could out at tract the attention of the driver lie tried to catcbtip ibut could not do ta uuRT nu leas as the grounds thou the wheel ratue off mind we write tlopplfijt about rJ neb others Ides Sr Mrd Cranston iixclalmcj dig appofntedly Well that tapes swtu more reason able said MM Dunloluh I can hurl thanlt stagy ru ltMotit you tbhikr- i ASell I really dont know what we are going to do with Lydla Blghtd t Mrs Cranston She didnt seem to enjoy herself a bit tonight Jiit think of itttHwhy 1 could Jjear Avlibpfirln all over the rooms Wherejsv sleet 114 that Inert My aint she pretty h They say that necklace has been In luv faujlly for LW years Hnve you been Introduced dud yet the objeri of It all Slit ou n dlxtiu halt the even log talking to u umrrletl PrtMhyterlnu inlnUter who didnt even have on an tvenluir suit- Hcally J was proud of her do clarOd Mrs Iunlclf Shen Jimt n pure Sweet unspoiled girl and every body tlrII modest shrinking i i manner Thats she created sue 1 I u furore find why Governor TelfaiP la such a fool about bvr When IIIH declined to o ouTto supliCr with him mud Insueiia 8ivbet natural way SUb gested that lie take you Instead I WitS 1 afraid liejnjlsht bo offended but 1 took tlI iifitlfiilH J nnil well It dim look better ShiAviijMit gulls to put Jftrolselt lujHueli inconspicuous position 1 I It she could nroKyt amid on the wl5olt 1 think uh wa I Well rwjgolm to bell said Kitty 1you nil can stay oft the roos and encl uil night If you UUe but Via blcepy I Slmn ql10I11ualr fltllrt xal- I Mrs l itty hind lef- i then 1 wish fJM ud t1 hur wit t f fIc JIlltxtway n11the timU Ash I +ttrnb9ttoofiidepcnd 1 ejit tobeumivorjj w tiijinen but worn j J ell adorcr ier sLIfer exacting w i wilnta mere perfect tliuu K they 111111Ito think she ndniir George MlIIl she wont help i ajjltWheni to Lydia IIhe found her uTbedltht aaVunilnK lave her face ti the well Itit dinrobeU noiselessly nlid M Jnto Milt take lay still for a ubtuinT lien rime saU sod rydent declarerxy There wisluo response Kitty quiet for tivcralimlnutft then wIi r0eelInlt e e lteL1 t IItot tt all she said J orgOii to sAy my prayeri Id better eqH do e Those two wom en felMntq Oiy rnIJjonlltt1 dull thuJ jut nat VIl rou utiout II III ZIIOilt1I mMiat t thj f ytlhi sllll m Ibtthft nor olli011 l tom lll1lto that she was IIWItIlI 1 If biitKIltylfcnctv she was Kitty Umli lItho be Ids for several mluuten tlifii 4arimfany fecoJ sho said 111 tell you Ive Leer prayjns ubout tills thlnjf I dont believe Oo l pays the rust nUrntiiii ti I people wiJR pray nlnnit wet wouiber In dry sefdo t or dry weather In wet bin SomoUVwtl belfeve lie llstvns when you call lili attention to real Uivnirl la- lieart suffering 1 told hint 1 stir at the cinl o my rope alit t fie mrgllt to try to JlIJI you null out lit the itJes ou are In Yurltoth ton tjgodtind gNVeot and nobl to Thero wns a ati lon cnlrb In 1 lIftlltniid n suiIludo Tier throat and fchoflk III rout bond to tool Now Initij the l Ultt whim oT Lydla JojuiiilllIllxciahllt viind till tufned orgy und put hej anna about lielr friend Iuntt dontJxitty Then they crletlfslKMilly together Uiitll they fell aslfti t nilAITEIl XXYHI uinriiliii miftax Ills re TnnJJ from Atlanta nwctfo IIIltj OIll Trultt ui till WII rL1 Vr lic IJrpttglffi yore lIotllllr Iu With me tHo gnltl UltI er up nqJllHIitCltlll readfn n Shell b direct 1rIlieard OUIIII uu hand Lord I 1I11i1JW11I the sidewalk they tell me I met FoOIIIIJ old frletujS that kept me full to tint i neck Ihrogglpathe whole burlness I I couldnt toot nit fit is to wny to celebratettor ealdTJtuTH smile ns 1rulf wps tutu 11 J1 luif uwny J I teW1 nutS ehater Mrs Buckley 71 tft rvI A t By WILL N HARBEN AuthurnrAbner I iel The j cnuie tutu the oJHce Slie wore a che I td gingham sunbounet nail It Was I pulled well down over her fnce In hor Laud she held n letter fly Ie hlieiic And ngltnted manner tSeortfe know she hUll reoelvod unpliasan news lie placed n chair for her lit II his desk and resumed his own seat wondering what could have happened Yon hare u letter from father h- tIId tentatively Ndt from him George but ll fjtrtu I1m thar Its frouiMhe prison iloctor ii e was nilent a mumeiit then slic continued YoreJpas bad off Geoix fvi dollar thinks ties had a serious nt trek Its that old hurt place fn lU head that he got when he foil off tin wugon tlftemi year ago The docty iayjft t how Itll com out but hoi M ya Id hotter be up tear Yore jw I keeps usln fur me I caynt refu c teal George Tbe sjienUer suddenly i iVftused nail applied Jier Usudkerchlef o ltr eyes i Wrtl you tutu jru ofrtaurse sal I iUtIOJ1U kin H sUe exclaimed I ww nfoanl yji wouldnt want me la 11 iailpgrgrT 41torge1 sorter hardens I my heart ngln lm when he Will sUu nu well but now lies sufferin I watt to be with luu She broke dowimnd lie tn to cry ugaln Irlwre Is nothing on earth to hlncV deept tJiKhetl by her lnlill It yon wjuitine to do so Ill go too mother lies Uiy futhcr the only one J evir La11 ulud ont of us will be enough said MK Iiiukluy But Oeorge We ben study I since I got this letter 1 nevw thought of It before but I never koowed yore pa to do a dishonest act 1111 ho hail that full an hurt hut head 1 read In tbVindex tother day whar a goodiuou hind got u tick In the hca l1tlt modea Ucmou out o him till the doctors operated on him an cured Int Oh Gwir t It Way be that away Ii yore pas ease an them twelve we un0e judge Jest sent a pore sick man off for what he couldnt help It Wasnt inanngiHl right Somebody ought to it fetched iii that point He mighty nigh made life unbearable fer us all but the chain gong wasnt the place fer U man In his condition V She hail pushed bark her bonnet alit her gray eyes were Hashing rebellious ly Oeorge was deeply moved ThfltV right mother he said nd mlrlngjy tile tine face ngluwraflek bin I remember when I was a ter trite nllov that he was kind und gllII tic with iuennd although he treated UIL pretty badly otter I grew up I never could forget that period Yes y nI IHU I go to him and do mill you eau for Wit comfort Ill pay for It r0h George George time old worn an cried stiimliiiK up It dont seem toiit mother he sal 11 xlinply and tlrmly Yon must take till nlaht trnln dad remember you ore to- rlllre no expense 4 rtrtld J felt relieved to have ImRu LuttJ I a hodlm bucli vlthout the respoiul blllty of what hed do Id a beau I J marrlet i lOufndlllilIjwilliptett wiMUjui nllio fwr cerorol years i stiff youwas born George ef he gits j well earl serves his time out 1 thliU me I tilt tin timid better wove off so ultra what we dont cohtilet with yore Inter j 11111 see my duty clearer now Ill stick II Im for butter or worse ns long i iisinepr Mpi lives Utadre Hucfileys Iiqud sash for ou liiitaut then he looked up and gall lot liar tl1lvty lliere Is nothing Inother that can j tep me from being with you and him Avhen his 11114 Is out w+ H till live to iether Iro made up nit mind on that IIIt lies u cofirltt and I want j different but pas my father and you ors my iuotbtfrt and that fceltlea it old woman started uwav She the door Lilt turned Lace IrUIktood near him George site j ryou sic n srdod tidy and then silts slowly walked away She came iii tjbout the middle or tit afivruiMfii ready for Iror train flifd a lie was walking whim her to tIle MIl stun she nurprlstd him with a coufes i nlul dont think I ort to keep back a thing frum you Goofge she said au 1ut uln to toll you someii I did that I lot feel right about What WII8 that motuer I lglIjha looked up hesitating ly sir If ilnfullng lils dUpleasuro I I Mlj lydla Cronxton ugln Jest a day or tnu before she accepted the gOIrn sirs Invite to Atlanta she drlv dui home In her buggy an come In to see me I She didnt ax me not to tell you but j Im wire slat wouldnt want you to 1 WilY She told me all about her trou ble cryln like er heart ud break tier pa was In a critical condition on want tsle to go an er ma was dlngdong In at er night an day She didnt I any right out that she loved you but her actions said It an she knowed I I ttnderstood She dont like that lIIanIa lilt but her pa wants er to marry II- liu nn sloes afeard It will kill Im lfIshe reins Grange shTixed me right out what I tliotiKht she art to do an to mv my life I didnt 1111 couldnt jItll She toldme site loved me George that hgr own mother neverd been good thaticomp me her up In my news an site sobbed like j rtiIIlhIIIdown to the bltf patty 1hw governor j puerre I tb1 ught maybe diod decld j d to emery to suit cr folks 4 Win iris Jlucklfy mM swallowing lig Piiiotioii IJnt lets not tulle uhout Thats nil over mother Sho and I In absolutely different worlds No you dont nuther said Mrs nt1cJJltucs a i aAtural dintttAi ltir Ill itt lgltlxrtlt 111r n 41gh1 nght UIl1fll IIIlh tS IIi 1OlInll1 t OJlIOpllIJLI1i t L Stit OTce dtnim find Lcyan to c v uyilii n slnllke yato pas on a child an that faintly folks tell me Las never mixed wltlfbrinie o any sort ifmill my fault he auswcr j sadly 1 ought not to have visited there house So much Sty trial will ccuhfe mother when she is Telfures wife 1 get desperate when I think of that Il try not to think of it she 1lalll Her train was coming and he went Ito hey her ticket He found horn 1seat und then kissed her goodby Telegraph If you need me he said IIU come on the drat train ITO US CONTINUED Chicago Colossal Motet I Chlcaeo Oct 14 Chicago la 1 o I have tho largest hotel in tie world It will cost 10000000 he aatone I high and dwarf In size and magnltl ennco It Is promised allY structure i dof the kind ever erected Tina builders I und owners will be a syndlcato of Ch j rage and eastern capitalists heads- t t by Olin Young The hotel wjll occup- n i property measuring 400 feet In leugt hy Ill feet III depth lu Michigan ave ape two blocks south of the Auditor hint Steel construction will ho usedI 410 hiilhiing the new hotel which will he the highest building In In j Milnt of stories with the exception oft templeI I Canon DQston Oct IB After four of debate the poise of IIBYSI Uio Episcopal general iltcorcS canon mtirrlago of divorced persons by ClurI Kymeti of the denonilnatloh While homo of blthopa niay yet act on tbpI nntMtlnn It Is certain that no change Will he made by the pre cnt convey ttttti aTGo imHti nr law nf the nliiiinh J I wfilcll hUB peen in operation ifnce I860 allows the remarrtg6 of the tit accent party to a divorce granted for Infidelity j i Invalid Allowed to Land San Francisco Oct ISny time dl rot order of Secretary of Labor anti Commerce Metcalf Judge Amadee Horvjile an olllclal of the French gal ernmant In Tahltn has been landed edge Horyille who arrived here a route to Franco was said to be Ing from tuberculosis and lie was not allowed to land Tho maUor4kas coil ud to tho attention of am baesador at Washington and the state department with the result that Judge Horvllle was allowed to proceed on his Journey British Ship Wrecked gan Franeiuco Oct 18 Captain Jurgensen master of the Kosmos Ilnerr Amniou reports that a British ship was wrecked on Terra Del Fuego near the straits of Magellan on the tet8e sltlp TJie captain Is not ear j I total1Iouwas reported flu a result of the wreck j and that steamers were sent from1 Punta Arenas to save the t8rgoiAgitation In Venezuela Wanhlngtop Oct 16 Private ad vlcei received here from Venezuela j are to time street that many arrests arfhulng made there to cheek a rlvClluI scalesI dent Castros admlnlHtratlon There lire Slmllar uditcex nil to con II I II0IIJ + lu Haiti where the government Is net Ing with great energy to suppress all agitation I I Kelly Sentenced St Lauds Cct 13 Charles C furrier speaker of the low r the municipal assembly and Iellyf A CliitUe u former member of body were sentenced to terms penitentiary fur connection with the Suburban bribery deal Kelly was given two yours for perjury and Gutke live years for bribery ii Residence Dynamited Indianapolis Ind Oct 17dphone messagefrom Henssejaer hlll11 reports that the rerldence of Thomas McCoy president of the defunct Me Coy bank against whom wero recently returned IndlctlllpriII comtillclty In the las been 11lltroy1IItalys oiltlcal Situation Home Oct t8At a meeting of the I council of mlnlsteri Premier Glalltti Informed bin colleagues of the political lituntlon In Italy hush dr1v up the basis of n report to ht presented to King Victor Ktumantiel proposing tine tolhtloaof thU l1tm LeI of dcpullii fj a geuueralelection k ForTrTalTripT NQW York Oct flThe new HOOO ton armored cruiser Colorado auivcd In port from Philadelphia She Is maklntr her way northward for her official trial trip which Is to be given Mae w- i 4 1+ 13til rMTC i M3M 1 1 u1of iiIIIifi iiI olthl lll UIJ ItallrirudlTwenty IUjJuredfaction of pasfiengcr train which Tuft Wichita Kan for St InlllijI- UIII an extra freight train Tito send mire In undertaking rooms In thin city und most of the wounded arc In the railroad hospital In Sedalla Mo The victims all hailed from paints In southeast Kansas and southwest Missouri and were bound for the voids fair The crew of the freight train Is reported to have been re sponsible for the disaster the mem hers mistaking a reguar train for the second section The freight pulled out on the main track and carne tutu colllslou a few moments later with the excursion train Government Crop Report Washington Oct 11The monthly report of the chief of the bureau of statistics of the department of agricul turn will show the condition of corn tin Oct 1 to have been S39 as com parrot with SOS on Oct I 1003 and n 10yodr average of 7S1 The prelimi nary estimate of tho average yield iw acre of spring wheat Is 127 bushels subject to revision when the tlual es timate Is made The average quality of spring wheat Is 757 as compared with 855 In 1903 and S77 In 1902 The preliminary returns Indicate on oat crop of nbout 8SSSOOOOO bushels or an average of 321 bushels per acre as compared with 191 bushels as filially intimated In 19u3 545 In 1902 and a 10 year average IIf 282 The average for ruallty It 914 agalntt 790 in 1903 acid Sifl7 in 1002 Delaware Republicans Agree Wilmington DII Oct 1Aftlr In numerable conferences continuing over u period of several weeks the state committees of the regular He publicans and the Union or Adillcks Pepublicann came to an aereement on one State and conerosslunul ticket for the republican party In Delaware Preston lea of this city who Is Iden titled with the atitlAddlcks or regular asInpllOlntIone of three men whose names till Inlon Republicans will present h tactdtithyou Dillons Fast Mlle Memphis Tenn Oct 111011 Oil loll the worlds champion trotting mare owned by C It G BIllliiRs Grotto nil worknut records for trotting horses h circling tho course at the IAmpbls driving park In 2Dl 4 Mil theItime First quarter 30 half tulle milej202 was by l oit Dillon estali II shIll at lowland Sept 28 of this year No wind shield was used Costly Livery Fire Washington Oct 10 Fire on time Upper floors of WIIHam F and H F D iwueyltf y stable caused a loss of about JiWTultO Some of the finest carriages owned In Washington many of them belonging to senators loom hers of the diplomatic carps and weal thy Washlngtonlans stored In time bniUlng were burned The fire started from defective electric light wiring Uube Waildfll the Philadelphia bnstv pitcher turned volunteer fireman nSett with his handkerchief tied across Ihlll mouth entered the burning bullJ Ing with the firemen Investigating Sudden Deaths New York Oct 10PUtellI deaths nllghhOrhOOll1Ilmown otllce Coroner Scholer says the deaths won 11Ione a atjlleutl1deight days four were in one homo amt each In three others AH 1hlQ d to the coroner as wvrOt Many Workmen Killed Santiago Chile Oct 110un Aced workmen were burled by the full of walls In the course of erection for an extension Of the Cata Pra stores In this city Up to tho present IS ijorpseJl and 40 wounded have been re moved front the ruin The inn brig clue has been called out to assist In liter r movol ot the dead and jthe vallB which were constructed ofI Iron nYid cement had reached a of tour atones Tbere is much nation against the architect who planned and had charge of the work v Mont Ptlee Again Active Kingstown St Vincent Oct 7Ihecaptain of the British steamer SlhllnI which has arrived hero reports thus j when the steamer passed the Island fit Ieleittt 2 oclock In the morning of the day stuiThis accounts for the dust clouds reported to have been seen throughout the Windward Islands Crossing Tragedies 0 Oct nlohn loom a 1Datoll wagon driver was killed bv f car while driving across till track An unldpntlllcid man was killed ManiIAvenged an insult Augusta Ga Oct 16if Vldetto a pioinlnent merchant was shot and killed by H D Chapman for an al hged Insult to his wife A negro ser vant girl of Chapmans had represent- PA to Vfdetto that her mistress wa enamored of him and repeatedly llrolltbt him fictitious messages which lie returned Emboldened by their repetition he spoke to Mrs Chapman wlit rebuffed him forcibly He then apologized and explained why ho had dared address her When she told her sb ndoc the occurrence he went to- Vldettogtofe find offered him J- h9iIiiiIIll 4 J choloo liIlorsowhlpplug + orbt e liLtnj worfift CJWVmau Jlllo C JSTiffiffi 1 tlrrlfis the quarrel that follnwciUr 0 WIIAlKU tiling New of Urn sitlrlj of AtiiiiniU irllln Kxpnlitloil hitutteo Scotland Oct t5 A wjinler returning from IVftvlB strait bjittsinowit of tho safety of Clo talit AMUndsenfl Arctic wxpedltlou whsh Ictk ChrlRtlatila Juno 17 1U03 Cap to Amundscns expedition hna tctt- d crlhedaa having for Its Imt9lJltJ a 1Iiktrthi hlghestImpnrlnttcu fn the domain of terrestrial inaguctUrn Tua plan was to go first to King William Land on tho east coast of Greenland anti thence proceed for Bering strait If the plan should be carried out It would take the expedition almost di rectly across the north pole The ves set on which tho expedition sailed Wax Jim OJoa 4G tpns yaclit rigged and having an auxiliary petroleum engine and site was equipped for four years stay in the Arctic regions Drowned While Bathing Norfolk Va Oct 0MIAs Del81p Wilson of Clarksburg W YaK niece of the late William U Wilson former postmaster general and afterward president of Washington and Lee uul atrVirginia teach Her hotly was recov erect Mss Mary Wilson of Charles town W Va laughter nf the former postmaster general loss Mary M Simpson of Buchanan Va Miss Biles Dillon of Indian Rock Va and Miss Louise Ijitlmer of Washington sister of LUuttmnt Julian U Latlmer Unit ed States navy were rescued by Unit ed States llfesavera and are In a aerl ous condition at the Princess Ann hotel but will recover The party went Intn the surf accompanied by K Stormout a resident of the beach Ho was teachlug them to float and be fore he was aware of it several of time young women had drifted beyond their dtith Battleship Ohio San Francisco Oct bThe cererf monyof ralalng the hag over the nrtty battleship Ohlo placlng the vessel lr lom1l11111110n wan enacted on the deck of the big ship The crew ofr300 mon from the Mare Island navy yard pre seated n lute appearance lit brand now uniforms when they were lined up to hear Captain Logan read the order designating him as their rom mander The BattletlaK given to time stilt by the Ohio society was then raised The marine hand played and officers and crew stood at salute until tho hunting drawn slowly up had reached the masthead Barber Used DullCllppers Chicago Oct 10 Because he was using a pair of dull clippers Charles Alexander was killed hero by James Thomas the man whose Bale was being cut When Thomas rom plained that the clippers Alexander used were dull and were pulling his hair Instead of cutting It the barber struck him In the fight that followed ThomuH got possession of the clippers and slashed his antagonists throat Alexander died almost Instantly his jugular vein having been severed Both men Were colored Thomas was once a policeman In Cairo II For Municipal Ownership Chicago Oct tit Mayor Harrison Borvud riotlce on the Chicago Union Traction company to cease operating streetcars In Adonis street Dos plalnes Harrison Western avenue and Twelfth street According to Cor poration Counsel Tolman the mayors action Is taken In view of efforts of tho traction company to prevent A set 1 hltwItIIItllOTolman says Is to clear the way for a municipal street railway Trolley Jumped the Track Spring Valley III Oct 10Onlyt- wp out or 40 passengers escaped Injury + when an Illinois Valley electric railway car Jumped the track on a sharp curve at Webster Park Motor man James Ball sustained several broken ribs wills Conductor It H l Houcki legs and arms wore broken I pad hula lung was pierced by glass TIlt passengers were not seriously hurt The car was demolished turillng over colngICarrie Nation Party ulltyIWichita Knn Oct S =Mrs Carrie Nation and Mrs Lucy Wllholt Mrs Myra Mclienry mid Mrs Lydia Monntz who made the recent Joint rald were found guilty here in the city court of hue destruction of prop I 31111ghenry and Mrs Wllholt were fluted Iii each and Mrs Mountz was fined 50 They gave notice of appeal Irrigation Plant Finished Omaha Neb Oct 7 The Union 1aclflc railroad has put In a special round trip rate from Mlsoourl river points to Shohone and Parma Idaho for the opening of the Twin Falls Inn gated reservation which will ho thrown open to the public on Oct 20 The reservation contains 270000 acres and has been placed under Irrigation by the Carey act About 1000UO acres will be opened at this time I HoldUp Men Get Life Sentences Chicano Oct 7Four holdup men were sentenced to the state peniten they for life This makes eight such I convictions and sentences In Chicago within n week The states attorney has begun a determined crusade against all street bandits and In the future life sentences will be asked for aU theso criminals nBurial of Postmaster Payne Milwaukee WIs Oct JO1ho re mains of Postmaster General Henry Clay Payne were laid to rest In Forest Homo cemetery In this city It la estl muted that 25000 persons viewed the remains at the City hall before they were removed to All Saints cathedral i0i I J ktK 101Zt ti I +1 L r m OIlJ rUp It e t I a buJ fdiltru I io1 tow61y or gods nl F tipt Iq YOU Can SpendIllCJney allrwherelint when it r + tti lit ticustlral 1111111 1I1IOdf rl ht prlrB Uty please the + l 111t to JllthlMlirJtIcJlIlIIllIseH tr and plrtl5 Itlttl itI Ild n Iir Idle ot ctOJUINHtA1 rrAU IAnE TO I TlWtlI D Ull fear fell Iwlt l liYiml tlJt3 I 4ili ii AI A Cmf + S SKLr Old shop wornI y ItIS not possi LJCi ioaOI Ill ille 1nil tiT looffo betW Ao cistip ll11111 lit towjl whew to 1 1111 r BtllZf milth 1il A P1 IF sill COJACKSON I m n n u21ci1U1rrnloItWFnltll icN JtnciIIlIt HOfll VA1A lU ee- axtlAllAeetUlh iil ti ti2a 2IJJACKSON I s- tl DEPOSIT BANK uac1t5011 Kentucky I laid up Capital ami Surplus I5000U t Va solicit the Banking Uusiiittaa und nccuunta of prnu x 4 f fmI f farmers XI Tliruilghnnt Ivtiaturn Ivutittiukv iiud olfor our CuBtoinora XI- f F1- m y LliE3ERAL tho nlo3ljWitliin tlid liniila nf Ie itiiiiuto ImaincsB I COLLECTIONS SPECIALTYV v s q 425cSZSa SZSrS25ZSZS Sc55r t55522rc5a5Zi K 4dlJust aMoment Please r Why not letThe Royal Tailors ofChi cago make your fall suit or overt at Wheu delivery is made there will also be delivered direct guaranty covering the quality of goods the style and fit of workmanshipAud Bred cents on the dollar to you It means that you are to be satisfiedwith the garments when you get them jiresslyIoryonmetfns that they will wear well give you good service and hold their shape na rightlytailored gar inents should The cost of Royal tailoring is so low that you might almost think price was the first consideration But it isnt Value is first Valuegiving at the basis ofThe Royal Tailors success The best for the money always that is the Royal idea Customer of Tbo Rojrnl Tiller ar Invited to guess how many people will attend the World Fair al 91 Lout Thar otter prizes consleting of ten Automobile lo be Ivan lo lh t ln parsons inahlnc the clot Kuete The cot of the Auloinoblle I I37OO Thr are aUo sight ash price ar e flOO aaeh making thus total value onus pelt114so0 for I verydollar you pay on an order for Koyal tailoring you can make one tueai on a 15 suit you can make flflcn uea tluaThe Royal Tailors carry a milliondollar stock ofwoolens something sure to please everybody suits and overcoats for men aud boys ladies mantailored skirts andcoatsaU made strictly to measure at au actual proven cash saving of fully twentyfive per cent pricesYouIIARCIS imos JACKSON KY S UFSTIIOTKI IXTIIK FIIHE11US1O stud FROM ellY IJKlOIV ARLINGTON HOTEL 5 i s s S TAULBEE PROP IACJ1 SON IIENTIJU1tYr kUVKflYTAIllKTN FIIIST CLASS HA MILl INflnNNKCTION imnm o 0 w F t DYSPEPSIA CURE 1 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATJThe S 100 belt eanUInt 2K tlmtt th trial size which Mill for 60 ceclt rmrAiio ONLY AT Txa LAO ATOIY Orr t E C DaWITT Sc COMPANY 1CBICACO ILL FoiSale by Ctl + II w A 1 a d ntr t I 1rad A q 1iut i