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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 2, 1904. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 bre1904120201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 2, 1904. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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Russian detachment near Eslnk hetchen on the front of the left hank Thfl fighting GeneraJ Kuropatkln taya was fierce almost amounting to a bayonet engagement hut the enemy were repulsed and oufferedaeverely Thu attack was renewed the followlnj morning the Japanese having been reI- nforced hilt again were repulses and at 4 oclock In the morning a blizzard and fog greatly hindered artillery fire The Japanese continued to advance under cover of the fog but our forces held their positions and tho firing sub recently slackened The Ruwdan losses were nine killed and 57 wound ed On Nov 2G the Japanese resumed the offensive and endeavored to en Velop our left flank while advancing against our center I have received no later reports General Kuropatkln also describes the bayoneting of 20 Japanese belonging to a patrol during a reconnaissance the night of Nov 25 A press dispatch from Mukden dated Nov 23 states The Japanese made a fresh attack on Poutlloff hill the night of Nov 22 Their advancing ranks were decimated by the Russian shell fire Some of the Japanese se cured lOdgment on the elopes uC the bill but were driven out at the point of the bayonet when the whole Jap- i ancso contingent fled A similar attempt was made the name night south of Erdaezou which also wan repulsed with a bayonet charge The Japanese lont heavily while the Russian losses wore 30 killed A Japange column of two companies attempted to penetrate the Russian eastern flank on Nov 23 but wee met by two squadrons of Russian cavalry fcnd driven off with Severn loss CONDITIONS JN JAPAN Premier Issues Statement Concern- Ing Finances and Politics Tokyo Nov 28On the eve of the assembling of the Japanese diet Pre mier Karasatura Issued the following To insure peace In thee orient and to safeguard our national existence Is the aim and purpose of our empire and no sacrifice shall be too great for successfully effecting thin purpose Russia must see that tho war can not be concluded by the ISUUPS of a few battles With us the war moans life or death and not one of our 45000000 brethren remains Ignorant of the vital Issue at statko We are prepared to sac rifice our last man and our last cent for this war The domestic condition of Japan Is highly satisfactory The diet might be summed up by saying that from the first It planted Itself firmly In opposi tion to the government on financial questions After my appointment fric tion became Increasingly violent The- tA o parties the constitutionalists and tho congrestlonUts held a combina tion In opposition to my ministry But iien thewar came this friction entirely ceased and the house of represen tatives which once refused to pass a budget of IS2000000 as excessive and unbearable gave a ready and willing assent to the first war budget of 288 000000 At this session of the diet the government will be compelled to present a budget calling for 388000 000 and Indications are that It will be passed without the slightest difficulty Corpse of General Kurokl Berlin Nov 2GThe lokal An zelgors Mukden correspondent tele graphs as follows According to o report brought by Chinese to Russian headquarters the corpse of General Kurokl has arrived at Ylnkow The concentration of strong Japanese forces at Saluiatzo northwest of Fong wangchong which at first was thought to Indicate the formation of a now offensive army now appears to have been Intended only for covering the Fcr3wangchengcominunicatlonJ3ps Tokyo Nov 29It Is reported that the attack against 203meter hill by Japanese light artlllery Is succeeding I It li estimated that 90 per cent of the work of the complete occupation of Port Arthur will be finished with this height In the possession of the Jap anese No part of the harbor of Port Arthur will then be concealed from the Japanese Seize British Boat London Nov 24The Japanese ac cording to a dispatch from Chefoo to the Chronicle are reported to leave captured time British steamer Tun chow laden with 30000 cases of canned meats for Port Arthur Squadron Sails Suez Nov 2SVIce Admiral Voel kersaras division of the Russian second Pacific squadron sailed escorted by Egyptian coast guard cruisers Mummies Found In a Cave El Paso Tex Nov 25 Miners have broken Into a cavern containing two dozen mummies near Silver City N M Buried with tile six mummies were stone weapons and instruments showing that they belonged to a prO historic race The persons were ap parently about hive feet tall In liCe Their heads were small and their a fJ18 long The cave is 100 feet below lit surface of tUs earth Ar e I ht 4 iiOrKIa TIIIKK Ihe Charge Agulntt u Orrinan Who j Milcldrrl In M Mlirlniintl lull Cincinnati Nov 28At the central j police station here a man believed toI be prominently connected In Gor j many committed suicide by hanging himself In hla cell lie was regis j tetred as Max Rlckhardt 27 Germany regjIBlertdnames names In St Louis noel elsewhere throughout the country he was called the Ocr j man prince of ninny aliases He was tall line looking and faultlessly dressed Sunday ho was moaning about Llddle and repeatedly said she will never know what became of me etc Letters were found addressed to Llddle Lang Relchensback anti relturnI of his downfall ho was arrested lastI Tuesday at the Grand hotel where i had registered as Clomon Christian lIlnleren and charged with being a j hotel thief Yellow Fever Stamped Out I Havana Nov 25 We challenge slrlIcepeared In various parts of Cuba was tho response of Dr Carlos Flnlay chief of the department of health and sanitation when shown a dispatch I from Washington assigning flint as a reason fur the Instructions of time United States to Minister Squlera to j call the attention of the Cuba author I ities to time unsanitary condition at Santiago snd elsewhere In the Island nail to urge prompt and thorough remedy of those conditions Dr Flnlay who has a high reputation as a yellow fever export assorted with confidence that there was not a singly case of the I disease In Cubs Rush of Immigrants Now York Nov GSo great has I been the rush of Immigrants to this port within the last few days that the I Immigration station at Ellis island Is crowded Several thousand passengers were forced to steerllgeII board the steamers on which rived from Europe When came In with a steerage list number tog 1700 the officials of the steamer were Informed that there was no room for them on the Island Five thou sand Immigrants already were crowded In the detention quarters while the normal handling capacity of time pre sent force of Inspectors is only 3000 To Prohibit Football Chicago Nov 2GStlle legislation forbidding the playing of football In Illinois Indiana Michigan and Wis consin Is being urged by James F Rowley of this city whoso son James F Rowley Jr died from Injuries re ceived in a game on Nov 5 Parents of sons who have been killed In the season Just closed leave been asked to cooperate with him Through the enactment of a similar law In the four named states at the same time Mr Rowley hopes to secure the aid of all educational Institutions neither state profiting from the abolition of tho sport In neighboring Institutions Heavy Embezzlement Alleged London Nov 28 Discovery has been made of an embezzlement of 5000000 by a trusted employe of tho London house of Rothschild Moses Blumenthal Mall of the bullion de partment of the famous family of moiiev lenders Is the man charged with the embezzlement Ho had carte blanche to use them firms name It Is charged that he has been dUposlng of bullion Intrusted to hU care and sink lug the proceeds In speculation Bin menthol It Is said has tied to New York but It being against the policy of the house to prosecute no effort will be made to apprehend him Girl Awarded a Verdict Chicago Nov OMls9 Nellie Burke a waitress In a North side res taurant was Awarded a verdict for 5000 In a promise suit against John Spring manager of the Louisiana Plate Glass Window com pany and u prominent business man of New Orleans Although Spring de nied the story the young woman told and asserted the references In his let ters to kisses hugs anti other tokens of affection wore only India erect utterances of a mere friend It took the Jury but 3ti minutes to de tide In favor of Miss Burke Ocean Liner Rammed New York Nov 21Fourteen bun tired Italian steerage passengers re turning to Italy on the steamship Nord America were thrown Into excitement when the ship was rammed by the New York New Haven and Hartford railroad float No C In the harbor off Liberty Island The float struck tha steamship about 40 feet from the stern sod two feet above the water line tearing a hole 20 feet long and C feet high In her plates and making It Impossible for the vessel to continue her voyage without extensive repairs President Roosevelt Returns Washington Nov 29 President Roosevelt and party arrived here this morning from St Louis tho homeward run being devoid of special Incident Mr and Mrs Roosevelt wore driven at once to time White House A crowd at the station welcomed Jhe president back to Washington On the run from St Louis the president made brief ad dreases ata number of points Fatally Stabbed Owlngsvllle Ky Noy 2Gln Wolfe county George Craig and Frank Cau dill quarreled while Intoxicated Cau dill was being taken away by friends when Craig ran up behind anti stabbed him In tbe back Caudlll then turned and Craig stabbed him In the breast Cfcudlll wilt die Craig escaped 4 BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN Tills AND ADJOINING STATES KrHvardn CnuleU Axaluit Gudfrrjr lluuter to He Urctded During tIle Coiiilnit Spume of ruiiitrett Crude steel Cntually Louisville Ky Nov 28Tho contest of D C Edwards against Dr W Godfrey Hunter will be decided during time coming session of congress If Mr Edwards should win he will get full salary for two years which will amount to 10boO Mr Edwtrds was elected to time Fiftyninth congress and ho has always contended that he was also elected to the Fiftyeight biIFiftyninth congress the chances are that ho would have defended the ron test with much vigor The secretary of state has received election returns from all counties in the state excert Harrison Jessamine Knox and Rock castle The otllclal majorities for congress so tar as ascertained are as follows For Oliie James 9803 for J M Richardson 100 for D H Smith 2500 for Jot Rhinock 27C5 for South Trimble JTl lit Two Officers Killed Corhln Ky Nov 29 Mat Earh tho supposed murderer of the Curd brothers shot sail killed Will Earls his first cousin nod Arthur Adams Will Earls had sworn out a warrant for tIme arrest of Mat Earls The war rant was then elven him and Arthur Adams to exetiutu This they attempt ed to do but on goIng near the place where the Curd brothers were shot were themselves shot and killed Sher iff Ellison and posse left here to attempt the arrest of the Earl S Football Players Clash Louisville KyA Nov 25 The In tense rivalry which marks the annual mlleIhigh school culminated In a fairsized riot after the game The opposing forces clashed In a fashionable rest dence section aemdfcr 20 minutes 300 students were v busily engaged In breaking heads with bricks anti clubs and gouging each other with the points of their school pennons Police stopped the disorders Embezzlement Charged Williamson W Va Nov 28 Charged withb Ing a defaulter In sum of 0000 from the Norfolk and Western railroad Richard Anderson time agent at Canterbury was arrest ed and is now In Jail at Williamson Anderson who Is of a prominent Vir ginia family Is alleged to have appro priated checks sent him by the rail road company to pay employes In a railroad mine Groom an Octogenarian Middleburg Ky Nov 29 Abraham Llpe a business man of this county was united in marriage to Miss Lula Wheeler the pretty 17yearold daugh ter of Richard Wheeler a welltodo farmer of Celeste this county Rev W Q Montgomery officiated The grtom Is 82 years of age and a native of Switzerland Mitt White to Wed 1 Parkersburg W Va Nov 28An nouncement has been made that Miss Katharine White eldest daughter ol Governor A U White will marry Wll lIam H Wolfe Jr a Parkeraburg law yer In February Miss White pos sesses many accomplishments and U socially prominent throughout the state Overcome by Fumes Memphis Tonic Nov 23Mike Oorman Charles Franklin and Dan Collins three union bricklayers went to sleep on a slag pile near the Han over oil mills When found by the po lice Gorman was dead of asphyxiation and the other two were unconscious Fatal Fray Henderson Ky Nov 29 Paul Howard shot and fatally wouuded Edward Hawkins and shot Elijah Lyklns a bystander In tho arm here Haw klns LykIns and another man assault ed Howard which led to the shooting Howard YaM arrested Important Arrest Paducah Ky Nov 28ChleC of Po lice James Collins has received word from many places that the arrest here of M C Laws alias a dozen names was an important capture The man is said to be wanted In many towns on forgery charges ThirtyFive persona Hurt Memphis Nov 23 Thirtyfive parsons were Injured by the derailment of passenger train No 4 on the Moblla an I Ohio railway one mile east of Columbus Miss The train left Mont gomery Ala In charge of Conductor W E Hopper Hotel Burnt huntington W Va Nov 28A- I guest threw a lighted match In a pile of papers in his room In the Central hotel In Central City near here and a lire Resulted which razed the build ing which with contents was valuad at 140000 Killed Hit Uncle- HIckman Ky Nov 25Miit Shaw a promlnnnt lawyer of this city shot and killed his uncle Robert Buck The dead man It Is claimed went toI Shaws house with the intention of murdering him IDrought In Kentucky Nov 2GNo reliefI from the drought In Kentucky Is prom i laed until after Dec 1 The water I works at Glasgow has boen closed I sown because there Is no water to pump r wft jIrr- 74af II I abut BTOUMS A HOMH Viinau niul Mute Fatally MIII Tm Others oerluiuly Vniiiulr huntington W Va Nov 23Thc family of John Wallace and the Curry brothers engaged In a deadly tray near Ycrkvllle The Curry brothers mado a demand for liquor at Wallaces saloon They were refused because it is alleged they were already intoxi cated When tho Curry brothers be gan shooting Wallace closed his sa loon Later the Curry brothers with others went to Wallaces home de manding that Wallace come out When Mrs Wallace stated that her husband was not home time crowd broke In the windows Mrs Wallace then flrel Into the crowd fatally wounding Thomas Curry Mrs Wallace was shot In the limb and shoulder Wallace male his escape to the village of Yorlvllle Allot his live stock was killed by the mob It is estimated that about 500 shots were exchanged and that 10 members of the mob were badly Injured A reward has been offered of 1000 far the apprehension of any member of the mob American Flchlng Flett Seized Eastport Me Nov 29Ten Ameri can flatting craft including eight sail ing vessels and two steamboats have been seized by the Canadian fisheries protective cruiser Curlew anti fined for Canadlltnwaterslot I craft were Beleil near St George Three specific charges were preferred I against the vesselsthat they had fished on Sunday that they hol Ille gallycaught fish in their possession and that they had seined Illegally In Canadian waters It Is understood tbeIout involving any international ques lion Suit Against Mrs Chadwlck New York Nov 9 A sensation i was caused here by the bringing of EUit hy Herbert D Newton of lirool I line alI against Mrs Cassie Chat wick of Cleveland 0 for 190800 for money loaned Mrs Chadwlck Is tha- I wife of a Cleveland physician In aa ditlon to Mr Newtons suit several banks have taken legal action to re cover various amounts which bring j the total sum to 207800 Besides Mr Newton the plaintiffs In suits against Mrs Chadwlck lire the Euclid AvenueI Savings and Trust company of Cleve land for 38234 and Savings Deposit Bank and Trust company of Klyria 0 for 10000 o Irish Potato Crop Falls London Nov 2GThe fallilreof the potato crop Is causing great distress and suffering among the peasantry of Coniieinara Ireland The Galway county council adopted resolutions urging the government In view ot the pressing need to afford assistance by providing relief works especially In the congested districts and by sup plying cheap potatoes for the coming season The council suggested among other things tho development of rain fcral resources Reports from various districts of Ireland state that the pinch of hunger is already severely fejt especially on the Mayo seaboard Indianas Vote Indianapolis Ind Nov 29 The State election board canvassed the electoral vote of Indiana and the offi cial vote was made public by Assist TheIticket was as follows Republican I 2CS289 Democrat 274345 Prohibitionist 23490 Peoples 2444 So I cialist 1203 Socialist Labor 1593 Total electoral vote 082185 At the Live Stock Show Chicago Nov 29At time live stock show Iowa Agricultural college carried off the greatest number of prizes It took first prize with the fat Hereford caL General Manager first prize In the yearling Hereford grade and In the swine department It carried off the first prizes In the Berkshire Ches ter White and large Yorkshire depart meats Canadian exhibitors had a walkaway In the sheep department winning In nearly every class American Arreited Abroad New York Nov 25 James Wal lace who Is charged with the theft of stock certificates valued at nearly 30000 from Edward M Ureitung a rarquette Mich banker by whom he was emplpyed as confidential see retary has been arrested In Liverpool Nearly 25000 of the sum alleged to have been stolen from Dreltuug was recovered Arrangements are now being made looking to the extradition of Wallace to this country Shot by Father Norfolk Neb Nov 2tOus Stock Jr 23 navy engineer of Seattle Wash was shot and killed by his father Before the young man died he made a statement that his father did the shooting because he refused to join In a raid on a neighbors cluck enhouse The father declares the shooting was accidental Young Stock was visiting his home during the Thanksgiving holiday Judge Shot TIncurt San Francisco Nov 29Itev Isaac Selby of Australia plaintiff lit a damage suit shot at Superior Judge Itch bard while the latter was on the bench The bullet came within an Inch of the Judges head and lodged In tbe back of his chair Selby was at andI Presidential Appointment Washington Nor 20The presi dent has appointed Richard T Mor pan 0IEJ R no Okia 1 be register el the land officeratrWoodward In that tinltory oJii 4 tI 4- SS I WEEKS NEWS BUDGET ON WHICH BLUE PENCIL WAS FREELY USED Happenings lu the Vurlou Quarters of ties World Will Ue Kound Duly ChronIcled In the Kewent Vurdt In Till Cu I U in 11TUKSDAY Unknown robber shot and kiHod In a battle with cltlzims at Enid la Burglars looted the Jewelry store of O W Gauze and a clothing store atI Caledonia O Russia accepted an Invitation of the United States to concluJe an arbitration treaty on the lines of tbo French agreement Jury In the Patterson murder case New Yorl discharged because of the Illness oi Juror Dressier who was stricken with apoplexy Fire In a fivestory flat at No t East One Hundred and Fifteenth street New York threw 11 families into a panic Adolph Burkhardt 73 was fatally burned While the pilot train preceding President Roosevelts special train was passing a lonely place near Brazil Ind five men threw stones break ing several windows 31 0X0 AY Samuel dumpers reelected presi dent of the American Federation of LaborNext annual reunion of Confederate veterans set for Louisville June 5 C and 7 Fire damaged tho Queens county courthouse at Long Island City to the extent of 100000 Thomas Dracken held without ball at Cincinnati Charged with compile ity in the murder of Samuel Weakley a nonunion molder George W Gay and son Lester ar rested near Agency Mo on a charge of murdering Mrs Gay wife and mother of the prisoners Mrs John Kyser shot and mortally wounded Miss Nellie Edwards at her home In Wol lawn a suburb of Bir mlngham Ala and then killed her self Jealousy- Jacob Berry and Harold U Bennett comprising the firm of Jacob Berry Co members of tho Consolidated Stock Exchange made au assignment at New York iATUHOAV- FriMk Duncan hanged at Birming ham Ala for the murder of Police man Kirkley Announced that 1tdetiths resulted from football this season Three hundred players were Injured Big Bend National batik of Daven port Wash closed by direction of the comptroller of currency because of solvency George Gilmore Smith former lead er of the First regiment band of CIa cinnati died suddenly at Paris Ky where he gave a concert Jimmy Michaels 27 the professional bicycle rider died aboard the French liner La Savoie during the voyage Michaels left the other side In good healthHazing by students of the Hopkins Institute of art San Francisco rt suited In serious Injury to A T De Rome Electric current caused par alysls from hips downward FRIDAY Senator Charles Did reelected ma jor general of the Ohio National Guard without opposition Jnney Manufacturing company capitalized at 125000 Ottumwa la passed into the hands of a receiver Four men of St Thomas Ont drowned when the rowboat William Briggs capsized opposite Port Huron MichBenjamin Hnrnden 32 a railroad trainman at Altoona Pa killed his wife by cutting her throat and then cut his own throat James Scott 13 and Robert Hop klns 15 of Lynchburg Va were killed near Naugutuck W Va by a freight train on which they were steal- Ing a ride- Richard II Macauley doing busi ness at Detroit under the name of R H Macauley Co wholesale milli ners filed voluntary petition In bank ruptcy He schedules his liabilities at 95tllC assets 89502 TII1MKUAV Unprecedented snowfall continues In England many places and villages being Isolated Five submarine boats received at Yokohama Japan Shipped front Qulncy Point Mass Arthur Ralkes counsellor of the British embassy at Washington appointed I British minister to Chile I Secretary Hay anti the Viscount De Alte signed an arbitration treaty between the United States and Portugal I Mrs George Gray wife of a farmer near Agency Mo found dead In item I home with her throat cut and hands and feet pinioned Mrs Lizzie Court no lost her life and her husband and Infant child were probably fatally burned In a fire which partially destroyed their homeat Chi cago The tire was caused by a hero sene oil lamp exploding- WKIEMflAV Bells Hill Florence Seabrook and Hetta Richardson fatally burned In a fire that destroyed a Brooklyn tene mentFrederick Sanders dairyman killed by William H Slaughter Jr coal merchant at Louisville Ky The men had an argument over a debt Governor Herrick granted Philip Nagel of Wyandot county 0 a respite until Dec 23 Nagel was convlc I of murder and sentenced to die Nov 25 Granger Farwoll 8 06 of Chicago bankers purchased at bankrupt sale the plant of the Detroit Sulphite Fiber companyta Del a1 Mich fur- 300OpO l = it WllCflitr tgrf1tt SEWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING 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relieve but thejt also absolutely cure because by per verlng In their UM you do away wltlx the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pills aw guaranteed that nrat package will ben ttt oe I your money back Nver sold iu bulk 1 am thankful for the good Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have ant ar doing me Kver nine time war 1 baYs had spells or severs throbbing head ache caused by catarrh until six year taro 1 began taking AntiPain Pills the remedy that ever gave toe relief Since then I have not had one hard attack because I take a P1U j and It overcomes the difficulty OKO 8AONDEK8 Qreensburr Ind FREEWrite to us for Frtelrla1of Dr Milts Antl RemedyIWhat Is wreng nol jaw to IIht it iree Dlt M1LJ JtEI11SI co t LUIORACOIUH ltD i i SS l kO tfY IJj4 S w G i Ii 4- si t tY n f I i I a 1 1z r the lJroallllll 9aIUS i J WISH tlAfllNS Editor t a + ti It i IidFrMny Dec 2 1004 4 PROFESSIONAL CARDS J WISE UAQINS ATTORNEY A F LAW omen over ToitORlcp JAnrn Kl terct hnMnexn Intrnsted to him prompt and careful at y jtrAn fllfTfifiRflilfiifiiftlifiry it- r Illlih rIU 1 L C ROARK LAWYER JACKSON KENTUCKY Will practice In Breathht net z I Magafllh Oonnllna liuWWMIW1lllWILL111lILUUW1W111 u i Q W FIECNOB A 11 Tl 3 l- tt FF ENOn 4 P TTONI f LAWYER i JAOKBON KENTDOKV I I e NN N I TEM+ 1 Office over Rank Manchester Olav Po tl Kentucky Alan Room PA Kentucky Title Bldg- LniilivHIPKyr Will purtlteln State and IJ S Courts correspondence touching New Ere Co lands in Owaley or O V L Oi lands in Marian pr flooje Creak tarns 0 for sain In Olny Co Ky 1 InvplliftalIP e er Co Ky l IT r25525252525252S2i2S fJEETJ d BEtKIS1 rI CIVIL EKfllNEKlCS d i k AND SURVEYORS i iPrnmpt AttHiitlon given to ni u I Vt Plusses of work end fj t SATISFACTION GUARANTEED H 1 t i nOFFICE h 4p 1k5S25i JACKSON K NlUOKY S252SC5E5iI5252S21 t1 ANNOUNCEMENTS n o FOU STATE RElRESEIfTATIVfi r We urn nnthtrlzed to nnnonnee 11 GRANT IlOLLTim1n- K arsnililntfl for Roprosenlnilve frnn thn 02d LpRlKlfttlve District rnmpo PIJ i1t of the fonntipn of Hrenililtt IIIlulL AlflKnflInnnbji to the notion of tin Itepnhlioan party FOR A83KS30II tn nre nntlmrized to nnnnnnre JOHN I STRONn- an n Rniulldnte for Asssssnrof Rrentlili county Hiilijrot in the anion of the tepnhlicin ports t n fifCtn to wear on his mach a ninnaraclif t only the other having been 0ro nnIworn n not S being ns fiensitive as the Snltan of T1 Turkey who never shaves through fear of having his throat cut hv the barber Kfintunky andly needs ft weather btuean to predict gentle rains r and variable windy It tins been suffering for the past two month with an unprecedented dronth and the dnst has so entnrnted tho nt jaosphore that there is uit epidemic of what the doctors call dim onghV Wheat plnntitl weokh ago refnsea to gorininate and the famous blnngrasa region has tttrnell brown and yellow Evan the men are dry and heart Wntteranii has blown away to Kitropo to girt politicians a rent and JackChinn lias girded on his armor and per i mitted an nIt lirill conBtitimney t to fiend lIimto thin legislature 0 IfnjOH are poor it is a sign that great Natnro intended to give yon a claunH to make somebody of yourself The next governor of the j splendid state of Minnesota is n Democrat elected by flO00 from one of the BtU ftrotigholds wltiUdlOiitnOfllhliClnl r 100000 washerwoman1 ion and for that reason was made the vietim of nn asinine attack nt the hatida of iiii political opponents This attack e tvnahitterlyresented by many in a r both parties and thero wore enough i 1 fUirlplay1 ftr 4 iP = i J Correspondence j ATIIOI I t Vilbnrn 11 UoivlnBti passed front his pnrthly homo to heaven ol IIhI oclock n mriinrsilBy Nov 21 Ills sntTtirings tot the finAL line 1 tarot o mere intense lint nt the InKt denlli came gently and relieved him ornil lieIlenes 01Ithe future were bright He told hU I fnmily and frleiiU niound him thnl tIters was nothing In liU way and tl n IltlllllpIyears nil who knew limn and nil we nun do C IMWIbrighter and nobler things Dearest brother thoiihrtM left us And thy loss we deeply feel ntIFINOASTIEIj Corn gathering Is nhont over I S P Ijnjry hns moved up near 1ii Irtnt mntitiltj Jrnte Kincnld hm hnutthtn mill over near I1intresrJMelvln ICInrniil is Inld up with n vary had nit In his foot i Crate IClnrAld wns nitmiillnj tfoitrl nl Pimltyvllle Alnndny Miss Ada Sfinckolford Wile vinlllnu horns folks Satnrdny arid Sundny- Cnfpor fiHble hna quit IhpJ V It I tirldne nice anti i9al home fnr the rimerA AilMni our Pourer poittmuiler i aentetn Wkfton Inel Thiiivdny aid look unto himself H iMIei tivolhlnU Hi n Thomas Gentry of Island City ii rnndneting a sories ol meeting nl i IIM Milhruiiftt church Jon Stumper Will OliiiRer Wilier Day and Slilby llariieU were at ruling court Monday ns wltmss I1JI1II1t Tom Uurkhart fur shooiliiK at 1111 K pti enjjer train the In of July TORKKST RlttOIiIlUtIHII j loalh Rush Isdanfierously III with ty phoid fever not cxpeoied in live Knrl Ashley was vfrltinglitg naremX SlmroiIj Howant JIIDPS luta returned frim I ilaznlIOreen where he went to sjiend Thanksgiving I i Creed VIUmro returned from Ion I zel Ireen where he has horn vUllln 1it nits n few ilnya HRO i MM JnmeaOnsnn of the 14 E j Unilwny wns visiting friend nt Rilll wood Junction Saturday i W A Jonas or RiUgwood Junellon WBA attending nirnuit court nl Mentty vats flevernldnys thin week and last I i Mm K11 Roesut Rid tVood luno lion wn t vlitliiiK her mother Mr + j XinknN week nt fee City ssvsrnlilay this I Lee Oonjjleton and Jnfiiei Snlllrnn 11lt Lexin ton pnweil thoiiRh liere last week en route to Henityvlle In nltend piroult court rOliarles Onle and slater Miss EIUIIM Cole or Ynneeburg have been vlalllnn their ulster lira John llushniiu nt gnatterkI intrriwillij 1 of the year Inaddi In the UntlulIlilltrllI eounly Murfihn I Urtpnnin and Oilrv cnnnlles lvliii him enough vote to elect liltii on Ili Urn liHlloll Mieiithlll initriicteil fn luiliiH W II BIll II 1011 and Wolfu for ItJ Mobil Theeonveulion will meet si Oiiney nett lVidny u Ualll Pw llnat hu 1liD loiifi il run ih almost nnl+ Illt denfed In the Souili slunt4 n woeful lelleienoy In rninfnll for the month aver ttlileh it Inns extended and nn rlOIIhnvft tn be rrInwn In atria In Insure Ilrilllfi IandI tank urn NiinVrliiK fur want of lieu i ind of nourishment I One of thn most tUmiMlnf prii ipent Ill Central Kentunky In fact nil over he State it tliH pro pintivH Hliorliige n stunk feed The curtailment of rua + by ilrou III farina fnrineia In red ni heir winter stores so dint by th mi of the winter 5rn5nn n serioiiK ilinrtnge i9 expected Hit correspoiid 1og increased price Unless an curly priiiK ssts in the nnflo ik iii iiiiylhlng mt tithing Drlviii to Desperation llvlnp iii nn out of the way ptnee re iiole frllm 1 1llilIllIn n fnmily fa ofton Irlven to de perntion in case of noci lentieanllinK in Bursa CutWound Ulna ra rte Lay in n supjly of Hnek len1 Arnlcit Hnive lirt lltH biut on aril 25c nt Jnckiion Drug 0i VA satitflHl cuMomer IK the belt ad rertipment Our customers adverl t fie rte A I OKAirroKD Go a Startling Evidence nfrei h testimony In great quantity is rondlnntly coming In denlnrlng Dr IvftiR1 Now Dimoverv rill Gun uo piion CojiRhs ninl Oobli to bo nnetitnled A Tyrant f pits ion from I J Mot arlnnd 1lonlort ill Vn survey its exmnple lie writes I unit broochltl fur hiss yrnrs nod dnclored till the time with ortl being beiKflieil Then I begeii taking Dr Kings New Discovery and n fort bottles wholly eared me Equally effective In curing Ml Lung Consumptionr Jnckson Drug Co Trinl bottle free 1011IrlitStlrllllr Cimrr 1Abant3nl entile nn till m trkrt The olnlily wait fnlr nigh quite n number of jearllnni Trndn was brisk anti considering lack nt watur anti IttM+ prices were Alrong A fow heavy feeder sold itt t3 ro to t3 W buMnol of MhlIIft nl f3 to f3 20 Ytnr llii nt 13 lo 3 CO Heifers nl 20s to n routs Oiiwa nt 2 to 2 A good crowd atthapans an J n ureut mnny entile tliangeil hand rturtng IliA tlllf I W IR n snrpilaH toee trade fin food No jjrnss and stosk water very scarce n long winter ahead U enough in mike most people very cnn erv iive in biy fog 1Mnlr4 verse brl + k nail lilgher Nn real heavy ones for solve but anise 10 hand mule sold ul flifi lo f1SO 15U mule f US IO 1b011 hand mnles 100- fll Ur i sninll inulu + tSolo f 100 Sales uvrn brUk andn good many nudes said during the dog to dealer Horses mt her of buyers looking for + r+ Ml Sterling Advocate Cownro of CountorfoltnD- eWlltit I + the only genuine Witch llnzel Salve write + Tf J Tucker ol fJenire Ala I have used It bf my fuinlly for Piles uta nod Hums fur genre anti can recommend In be the best Salve ou the market leery fmni lynldulit keep It as It is nn Invnluible hoiHiliolil reiifdy suit should always ten kept ou hand for Immetl late use Mrs Sninuel Gnge of North Bud X V najs I hail a fever sure on my ankle rill twelve year runt HIM iloclnn could out cure All dm 1111111 a tubs lilool remedies pruied vnrllile + I could not Wtilk rill over two years Klilnlly I wa + prtraunded tii try Di Wltti Witch llnzjl Solve which hat itompletely crireil me It Is n wonder lulrlIr UoWItt Witci iinznl Snlre cure with nit leaving a neur Sold by M S Ornio Juckson Ky At the Domoaratin primary held in Volfo county on November 12 the following were nominated G Centers county judge G H Stamper county attorney Will Cox sheriff Robert Carroll coon tyclerk Win Chambers county superintendent of schools Win Ilalaey jailer 0 Bi Allen awes nor and Kranlc Samples coroner S K Allen n former citizen ol this county was noniiiiatHl fur inaglstrato in tho Campion district and Autos Graham in the Leo City district Worst nf nil ltllllrlllllII dm nnytliiiiK be wor e llntii crj1 Ihnt every minute will be jour lasiT Such wins the experience of Mrs S II NeiVKiui eiRlnr AIn For Ihree yenta site writ ex I endured iusulfer able pnln from lintlgeslioi sloiimch and bowel irnuble Peaih neeniHl In erltnble when sin tnra nod till rani tits failed Al Hijih I was Induced to trv Hftjclrlo ISilleM amid the result Wa mlrnpilnii I impinv+ lnt once anti now Im comjiletelv rr0avird14rr ffver Kidney Stnnmcli nut Hovel Troubles Kleotrlc Killer is the only medicine Only 50 Its guiirnoleed by Jackson Drug On x Tho State Hoard of Health has published a emulfir calling atluu tine to the fast that smallpox is again prevalfuit ill certain t t5ous of the state nUll rcqmuiing tutu ellcnkingrlB 0 fect this the wholesale vaccination is recommended and the tunjiloy moot of thoflimple and pnictieal methods kuovn to every citizen by reason of the thorough course of instructions on thie subjectalready given by thn board CurorulIyiiunhlldreii lonli mil fur Ouugha OIIH Criuii nod 11 hint snit Cough Slp them In lime One Minnie e11t1lllrll lit ihe baal reme dy llnrmieKxnml leiixiilit SuM by M 8 Grllill JnckHon Ky rThe Worlds Fair which hiss hero troinjr 011 at St Louis since April JJOth closed last night It itnrldPhas ever seen Nearly nineteen million people entered its gates President Hoosevelt wifrt nod 11l1IUhtt1II1I1SIIIul ineinberi of his oilicial tannin attended lust Satnrdny being on tho go through the buildings and grounds for nine hoursIIIat Throbbing llenilnclin would quickly leave you if you ne Dr Kings New Life PUN Thousand nl sufferers have proven heir imilchle s merit Inc Sick and Nervous llfladnchex They make pure blond and huljd Up your health Only 250 money backjf not cured SuM by Jackson DrugOo d j25rc5 525uncSsSZrin CON 11 15HOWK COPE CIVIL iNtMNRiis K InIIDjt Phono 119 dilico in the olio Hargis nuilding L1ACKSON KKSTUOKY Il ae5525a52S252SSi + When in Texinglon stop anti Htrl Oios Reed llnlol II Gro + n merchant of Mho wn I here Thursday buying pMoce I IOnl ol I II Uttdsana sntus wljn lives near Noble was shot nnd wpuiil both legs lesieidny evening vV 110 tin unnbletu learn he pnrtiVii Ilntis IAPlonsnnt Pill i No P1114 Is n i pleasant end po Ylive ns DeWltf Little Kaily Klsers De tvitla Early llMer are nn mild nail effective thnt children delicate iaIu- nit weak people enjoy their cleanslnn etfeel while strong people say tluT nrn the bra liver 11114 hold Sold bf M rf Orntn Jackson Ky I Lost I A light bts about M hand high a star in his forehead foretop crapped and 11 regular pa car Was purchased in Wolfe i county by Ube Tlill A suitable t reward will he paid to the finder by B F CAMinnu- i Viper Ivy i JllhPtlntlll Kememher Tan Nrws is pr v r pared to print letterheads unto j heads bilMieads statements en jvelojus cards labels receipts in businessstationeryi i tasteful style at Ilmost reasona ble prices Compare our work with that tmthtout by UII oftice and you will lind it IIIjOUl advantage to have us do your 111111IllhllIit timed out by a country ollice I i A Nerve Trying Ordeal tlitIturned lo attend tin auuiiul buinitlct They sat at a circular table aruuud a j slowly revolving cannon loaded with II- i bull and trained to the level of Ilielr l Ready The trigger wue so urruuuitl thnt it could be touched from u bid kti source outside of the bauiiiet hall That at some time dlirlnx the Uauijtict tho caution would be Hroil every OIK at the table knew but just when or In i what direction It would be pointing mystery Of conrxe there wait a iKisillillily that the ball might crash linrmleiwly between the heads of two lminiieit nii but H way etjuully probably that It might carry oil the bruit of sours stfl I dent Yet uo tine rtluduJ The cliuutvj wore e+ ual to all- I The e objeit of destruction revolving during the Jovial IIOUM of the banquet pointing from stuikut li stu dent and ready at a given niouieiit to blow any Due of them to pleura was considered iu Inpuu admirable tMlnluif to steady the utrvea of u fighting man Sueceaa Ancrilur Worhln In Clilna- UveVy I Chlnauuii U supposed to Jlo i I seat three souls One goes Into tliv ground at burial use lido for an- ceitral tablet and one tutu the reuliu of plrlu It U partly In order to pro- Vide the lust With those tblligfl whiib are lequUlte to Its well belay that i uuceitur vordhlp U kept up departed j unceatoiii often tiUlutc revenge on the i living for OilY ueillteuce ou tlielr part lu the performance of the customary- I rites for the dead by bringing some calamity upon the household heat l rltos at the dead are performed fur 1 all over ten years of ate wllh the Lope of delivering them from bailed or of j Improving their coudltlou tiMe They last for periods that vary aetoidliic to the age and wealth of tle deceased for children and young people from seven days to a month fur a uilddle I aged man of ordinary means from w mouth to fortynlue days Autluultf of the Acrostic The acrostic certainly dates buck to about 230 U C wheu tile uanivw of the plays In the urguiututa of tine Coiuftlles of Ilautus were Indicated t by this Ingenious device j Cicero about a hundred years later In his treatise De Dlvlnutloue says The verses of the sibyls use distin guished by an arrangement which the tlreeks call acrfcstlc From the drat i letters of each verse In outer ore forum ed words which express Home particu tar ineanliiif an In till case of home lutes ofUnnliis the Initial letters of which make this Unlilus wrote v A hlmllar device was employed lu some of the Hebrew psalm notably In the One MuiHlreU mind Nliivteeuth I where each verse begins with the letter which stand at the title of IU separate part throughout the twenty two divisions of till psalm TIES AVAXTIJDI- OOOO Ties on riier nbove this place Fur particulars null ou or nddreM nu Kyj JI S CUlt Coal anil Timber 111 nil i Wuntoil tamed pn bundled thoiifnnd ncres naturnliontuekytnliMJr Vriteio OFdttruLr Ky f 1- fti RAILROAD TABLES I yIKITecttve Ctl West llllli IIKH hound 1 NO i NOJ Dally Dilly Hi Sunday Rt 5unJi A st r lvJnnknn df 21- R Kfuneltn U it 10 Rratf5villa Jim 7J SSd Torrent 7H 3n Natural III tdRe 801 ffll- Slnnion 82ft i SO- t Clay Silty RJ17 ISO Wlneheller 921 fi21 sir ItixliiKloii 1010 tlni last Hound 1soarMlunUv lx Sunlir- 1M A At lv IexiiiRloh 225 7M- WlneUester BIO 815t- ummy Oily Bra 913 Stanton 4 00 1211 Natural fUtilKe 4W II lit Torrent 140 lOttT neatly lle Jim 611 1010 OA 1C JUMP till llVd trJntekiOn dlft 1111 0- NOH Il and 4 Disks Pin r connection for Cmmd Oily snit point tin Oltlll A Kentucky Kailwaf DlvUlon iUlly e Pops Snndny Noa 1 end 2 connect M 1i 1C luna lion with OheRnpeaUe t Ohio IJlr lit Slprlliii unit IncM point TreUi Nrn 14 connect M Itenttv villa Junction wllh L A A for Ilratty villa J IJ lUnitf len Mpr Jin SCOTT n I1 A ti 1 1Y t RITlIr May SAnii 1104 Ibiat Hound S1c At Round Ioua4 4t 11 d 4NNra Gy A h- tat an ri AT AM iv ru tr- n30 JtS Jnrkon lltUl IttOO tt6 2 UO iKJuno IId a RA- tftSS4i Uilluir t U ra 41- iWR8 llntnplon lltAS 4Ul- S8iO I 111111 W2l fulO iU I ileIPrhntra 1tl Gals ijfi l0fi Oannel Oily lasVi fitir tar iv rat ir IM AH rji AH Westbound PasFengnrCrain cnnnecii nl O A K Junction with train which leaven Lexington at 710 amI- CntttlxMiml la s ngtr Train connect sat O do 1C Junction with trait which arrives at Wincie lcr 5CO and Lex ington at 006 pm M I CoNIfYSllpl Louisville Atlantic Ry In elfcci July ISih thin No 5 NO 6 Anton Lena IM A M Station 0 IB LA KJi kIHI fl 25 r 05 Itealtyvllle JVt T 30 oj M ItcnllyvPle 71- 5Iit lleldelburK BII- 3aii Irvine fO 2 15 Itlchmund 10 50 Nn 1 No o Nn l V11 I IM Ii M A11 J Oft IM Irvine 2 8fi II A 1I141It0J6 61 ViUHllle RBfi 7 f1f1 InltllrI Vrcnlllt Ky IJIIII OK ASH iUAC9ION TO Georgetown null Tt inptnn Trnc tine Doinpnny Cars 1aVe letlnplou for Iaru stag hour from Oftiulo7 p m built nt 0 p m Leave 1nrls mess hour from 7 a Ill to 8 p in nnd at 10 p m flinjjle lnre 40 ornta- Trnv M lrxingtnn rod1IurpIOII pry hour friun 7 n 11110 II infXHiii II H m 1 II in 8 p in anal iL p in Ipftve fltMirKflinvii Byery hour ruin r n III in 10 p m euipt 10 n III 12111 mil 7 nail 0 p in- V AIdNtNIEU InMlpMl TAIWI Volt SAKHI- Cilniiiec 2 milts snutbnt Iodine RieliU knnirnn n port of llie Imlltio OM Fielilx A Innnc with 7 100111- 4cieitnu nt llif iliiur pithtill Mm olhei ncVneiiry out luiililiiiK mn atuh- barn nun loliHtiii horn an IicirnI Iu- held 4 ncrex of joliapon hurehra ami school oonviiilpin TIlt Turin U writ watered niiil enceil furry U n nine yoniiK orclinnl of Boinelliiiij over IU npplrt Irerain liunrliiK IoIU Ill fruit gall on or addrtsalIIIL indaiuo Filhda- Kg 0 1Im A nice siunll Farad in Iee county fnr ante The lnrMn Sharper plnco on tliBhPNil of Ituar Creek Nicu ilvvellliiKi Rml Ktnrelinnne frihs nml barn never fnllloB Water well fenceil lrlua morn niinnlilu and ternift 1nny For part lest lari apply to JfPIfSVIsmchester v I have severnl hundred deed rit uiliil itiiriiiK my term of office a4 County Cierk Theoe urn vnluuliln to Ili e ownera of Slit land soul I would Ire Kind for them to Pall pay llm feed and lake them oiil J Win I llaKliw FOR SAIIfrrn Hplendfd inilclij cows SlntIt Ungluet J ltirt r iA1 DAY BROS ni 4 I OOMPANYI Wholesale and Retail I f have the most complete stock of t G EN ERA Lltxt l MERCHANDISE rrt 1 a o i i Ever brought to Jackson consisting II O ftoI j Jl111 rjiIjt L f r rroJious JiIt k rI4 Q t lfit it I J1Ca1t5t- t t t J c A S i rr Y r 2 Wo luirc 1 ho finest lint of shoos Ill Ensl R ez 011 1lelltntkl Our 1 a moils shops are f M tho laiost stylo I iFor the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy Hillinery GoodsThis Department is under the man agement of Mrs R J Fulkers who tpf f can show you itr The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also 7 stiffFASHIONABLEI nail I 0 HreshfrmnIf you need tiny Mouse Furnishing 01 d rf FURNITURE Z W e are the people you are looking fOIi iiif itwe have it by car loads to suiti r 4 every bodyCome and see us our 8111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IItllUlll llllhl I III IIIIIIIIIIIIIt111111111tII1111M I I Pricesrroo PAY BROS jj 1 i t f C JacksonCOMPANY kY M tr 4oi I w TrroI tt c 1 1J6 File Brcathitt vsi 1 IMilillftliiMl inter lrlilny l MarcI- uctll uuil Personnlj r i Mattinga at Duv Bros Cois It Stidhinn is atedI I See llu iiiw uil uf 8 n Kjeennr this wClIlIMrs M A loins linn boon vU ilijijjJlfcr son J D JOIhIjTlohn Blown of was hoiO on Inishttiat lunl Tuesday S S KutIf of TIonblllIomtI wiifi ealliM1 it our ohiet last Twv day I ThoinitB Mitreuin of 1nchpv toiainiltttvlthi3 wool on hl1i nillB I WefjiiHnuilt t H larger eirenln l titm limn any oilinr pallor pnhlbli nl in this ijroiioii IV H Situ + lil lnChns moved in lojhi house hc recenllv piirrhiH i Tof John nclIljAV M Hailev L K niioni nl 11Ihl1llIIlIljlI1olhcr liiSt Sunday I nop Bowling editor of the Hazard Knlerpriiie M llnwml was in Jackson OIl duy eelast woh- on bltllllrt9 ItohOH iMoInioah ffonncsrJy of ItmiMonn him moved to InclwoT lit will enjaitft in the tie mid t NtHyo hti ineec John Vijiii lint movod Into tlir house formerly owiipiid by II K Iutli niar llu corner of Mnin beet and Broadway irs R W Vlelchor find ti1 Josephine Kloicher of Inchson IHLOLJh1Iug I1i Kiln Ihivall otHllllllllnI ironnd is visiting her brother I Howard Ouvnll who is chrk in llio Jackion PejMiMl Itlnikr hiss Doeia IVwulway who is Ipuohinjr whoo at Vinwwlle wu hurl spending IInii1IIIIJwitlt t her cousin phI 1 W Clark and family Hon Itohort Blackburn who represents Iowell ami 1till roun lies in tho state lo isaltin is a Mtndiilate for I ho olHciI of IT S Marshal for the eastern district of iCentnnky 10 succeed Stevo Shlllpj llhe little Itvn year ohl I Mr and Mrs Samuel luvidon I flied November 2Ath WO I A father mother three lilllu sift + r mill many relatives and friends are loft to mourn the loss of their litI tUifrtond Tiioiim Calmes colored wa shot anti wounded in tutu firm by an unknown colored man last Sun day night Till difficulty took place on the bridge about 900 p- In The party tjiat did tin shoot ing ftsoapod and hag not been onp Hired Hufus Davis of iHizard ami Miss Lillie Strong of XII were married last fonday at the reM deriee of Fohn Watts in this city They loft immediately after till ceremony for the grooms homo at Hazard where they will makn their future home Kcv W W Povell pastor of the Irosbytiiin 1 church performed tilt ceremony Green Shepherd of Lamhrie was elected mcinbor of till Denw cratic committee+ from his precinct without opposition last week He was a candidate jor county super intendent of choolii before the re- CentVi primary Jail was refused V proper represent ton before the x JoTmor committee He went homo hud was unanimously indorsed by Jus homo precinct which shows tltaf he stands well at home ff lloVn to the Io Kloyd Day rJi 7Or Winchester Sunday night last t n boiuicintr boyTlosI1us I1- L1Irlnyv and wife non Rosa Lee JCash Ifave introduced live yountr u thotIM1 r art r ung man just introduced is the Isi j lirhttulle heir to inaka Iris appear y DayHsflidld stq to f he younjr huh is till wish of tlt Herald Ito McLin sav rtho boyshouhl bo nanfcd Uoosevjelt t Aae Gfhr t r- r D Ooiitfrfiss will meet next Mon day and eoiijimiis in session till Mnrcli Jlli l nlil further iiotico sorHcofi 10 gin nt fijo p III Sunday nights and prayer meet inir at CIO p in IrishyIMixc Ijindritni of Clay Hole wiw here Monday lo alt end hit iu nrunnixation of the Domocralic eommitltee In which IIIS re 1111111f11f11l1 from his district m a jjoml malt 11111I will not indorso art fiiuid as far an h Ito ill concerned SehnolIof Knoll county bas niiuie nrnuiiro inents In have a cot placed for the AveliHivo IHO of those whom it may send to Lexinglon for what mom TliiH school is maintained by private enterprise and the fact that it jK retaining a place in the hospital in anticipation of illness amoiijr its boiiiHe cries is hiyhly commendable t Neu IHIIII Nnt Iurry Couniy IIhl lldxard ICnterprisiv the now paper III Huxard aunt to us Inlll WIII This is the lust paper every printed in IVrry county It Iii edited by H P Howling who is county superintendent ofschools of Perry county It is well print 011111111wI1I golloUUp in every way ami deserve n liberal patron age l y ihe peoplo of Perry coun ty which we hopo it wjll recoivtv We wish the paper and its editor much micceas A lKt Cliiiipllineiit On Sabbath Novninber+ 2Qth n1tltl 1iiNiIJliIutinniinoii 1 y voted lo will tIll Hev W W- j Iowell of this city to hullo I ThIII old con I hitiwork hero 11111al his former charge in Florida They have rover seen m hoard Mr Iowell Mr Iowell has tIll call under con sideration but will probably re main with the lackson church 1Ncw Atoll Route Needed For Owslcy COllntJA daily mail roulo should be os I Whll sitI I from Tnllomi to Hoone 100111ThtOwslwy county to yet timed mail Oiiediy earlier than by limo pres ent route via Ueatlyville Let thin route be eslablishid thus enabling the people of Owsley county to ret the Ixuinville and cxiiurton tiipeiK the wane dav they aro printed Shooting Near Clay Holt Henry Combs and Tom Combs hut Dod Mcliiloih in the face with a KIIII loaded with birdmot seriously woundinjj him last Monday near Clay Hole in this county The cause of the dilifcults in unknown S II Mclntosh de putt sheriiV arrested Ihe Combs boys and lodged them in jail here Tuoaday Accldently Killed Thomas Hounshell son of lion ry I fOil nshf1I lied last Tuesday fiom tho effects of wounds receiv ed by a trey fallinjr on lout at 110Iwhon the tiue he was cutting lodg ed ajiainsl another one In at tcmptinirto dislodge it a limb fell on him breaking both hls and ono arm Ho was n sober anti in idustrioud young man and his un timely ilcath is n yreal loss to the community Deccmtier AVenther A Cincinnati weather prophet of note predicts that December will be a month of storms Slid don chanjjes in the temperature will occur during the mouth from t mild weather to severe cold waves lit all sections of the country and front heavy ruins anti sleet to snowstorms The precipitation Ruing December will consist prin cipally of Lents rains turning to sleet and snow followed by cold waves Heavy rains over tlijl southern anti gulf states mind tit r coasts causing lag rises in si reams over tho south Tho rains followed by fall in temperature anti cold waves sleet and snow in many sections Ientrainy followed by cold waves andut times sleet din snow over Kentucky mid rain 1P heavy snow over the mountain dis jtrjcts causing big rises in the riv4 ers oath dagger of Hoods pti- r A m fMRO PnTITION 1 Plied In Con rl of Appeal l y a I Zealous Attorney I In printed potitioii for rehear lug lately Jill11 in tho Court of ApppaU of Kontiicky time attor Hey from tho wuatoru purl of the State who writes tilt petition makos tho IIAO of the following Ilii gmlmao tvlliehoil dorIS a place in the humor of the law oSo I lime I thSuk shown coneliiivoly that the vote of liidgos Itiynter and Hiiniam should now ho recordtal with that oflndgiS ilolisou nnc Nliiiii who higeentttd front tho majority decis ion in this PU30 And I havp no moro iloiihf that I itdgoa Settle and Ultuar whon lirtiir attention iiI called carefully to the qiio tiou IiiI volywl will to deckle tlinn I have that I find Hitting hero fUthin table running this machine at a Into hour whon I should have been in lId and asleop until ago mind 1110 fionttttly feel that if this Court sliiMilil lot this opinion stand AS it now if I would bo tempted tq jftke a Rohinin vow noTer to ontor n court houitt iigain rot dal knows in trying to pmctico law for will owaand crijiph people without nioiiHy and iiitliibmo ngainut cor pornilont villi boundhM wealth rind all limo tnlrnt nnd help and faoiliti i that uViillli can command iHiisna lilt often to feral mow like a trnmp and viijjtiltoiul than H ulna nllttu gitloniau anyhow It fliiiej mu to fa tsit insigniiicnnt oniotfmi that I almost diwpinn my own self to imilaI ring that I am tin moro than a Ninglit gniin of i entillon tho swiMhore or 1 guilt llonting on an oontng zephyr Idol I mint huslon on and bring this brio to a eoneludon oho it nay britak aft to hunt it printtd 11 npIr husband Ho was nil sho hill nail I think 1 Will mon be broke also nnlw1 1 quit trying lo represent widows and Oripf les and lending them wonoy to help them lo keep halt and soul together until their Ruacsnrc triedn half dozen time f1 lremmcherIe hut ideii hiebfamily tho members of the Pros bytcrian churtth and other friends headed by 1nclu Wlloy Combs gave nor AVW I dwell and fain IJIIII old f191doml pOlllllllllgou Tuesday night of this Veek limo good paslord hiyjk is still very soro from tho pounding hilt with due of time many ox- ettlfntreuledio3 brought along by the pounders delight fui sail edges breakfast bacon luau Irish poliiUuis hoiwy coffer applet and all sorts of earned mural proiorvixl fruits etoj no doubt the jKiitors fnmily will soon ho well again Anyway time pastor viahue to say IbIhn friends that theytummy poPlll1hitu again aomuiime providwl the rQiilrtdy is as plftns ant lo take na this At llm Uopuhlican primary hold in rngollin county on November 28d MF Patrick wia nomina ted for county judge UJtlinise- oltnty1er11oth Patrick county jittoriiey Thomaa Ooopor sliorill Cluuloa Alinix jaijor John CofTeo assoaior K S Hoakina couniy su pecfntenlupt limo eloeliic light plant was sold at eoiiiiniasionord fiab last Mon day A Al r Cohn of Nqw York became thin purchaser for thin company at thin pw of 11000 Phil coin puny will jbu reorgnnied ant it is thoiiglit tile lights will bo in operation by January lot Let us hate IightllItl hivo it moro abundantly J 1 Thompson umitl1P Gate don with thin Hnldwin Co of Cinciiumti worp tuneingthe piano of Mrs J K par and others in town this week nearly rained lucsday anti Iltfler u felt mnoro trya wo think it w succC151o longer thQ jioli I ti jinn sings of tho full djnnor pail but oftho empty rain barrul 1ltd thin dry ciplerii s TCey 15 L IJakorSand wife re ttif nIMit Jlo I llL Est Miil Orders Y For Anything In th- eJKWICUvRS LINK receives prompt attention p hill IU1111- tilisivis SPOONS i null IOKtiS IIEINTZJ 1C AV ELiROpposite tho riiBiiiv Iluttl LEXINGTON KAr Serd jleij tz Your till Orders Ufiad tht m wnd of A P Crow ford it Co J 1Iones was in C irlplnnnti on ImaiiioM laal wlokf ttl ar ilrul laM job work try the Nmv jobdolxtrt11umnt- blata it pay in iudttiieti Try it and yon willeiathat it dOlll Mtp A nn Co I ioaftaulboewnts hero visiting friHuli during the week Titwoll thnt Kloyd Day iliould limo on in hh little ionIIJolm Klovd Mrs fmm tlaiighter of WU liniu Spencer hOi rciurneil to- strrhIilg Mf Fred 1 llointz time jewelar at Iiinrrton lens a now ad thin week ltaikat it If you want rcvitlU mlvortist in tho paper that lifts Limo oirculn tion Thats us- 1iiws South and Alice Jott langlitKWof Saw 1orWiiuliw tar are vUiiing rolntiros bolo titfa lwttk llfes Nnuey Spcncur on viijl Miss JSliaa lit St loaophK hospital iindathat lien sister lias not made much prognsa George Marshall mufti flulia No ble wore married hint Thursdav nl the homo of the bride hii Noble near Noble hni Noble mild Louvcuia Itiihio wore nwrried at Sam Hiiliios llm homo of the bride notir Nolh lust AVudnesdiiy Ii week ng Qcsar lones son of J D Junes of Proton hts been niljudKod a lunatic mild was sent to the Asy limn at Ioxin ton last Tuesday LOST One gold oltr button with the letter D ongrnved on front Kin del will phrase return to Jackson Uoposit tank and rocoivo reward J Shoe shine fur Co at Whit akera harbor shop No More SufforinR If you urn tiinilileil with iinlii hill gel n bottle of KiHlul Uysniti rui nail inn law fjuiekly it will I err 1m- tire A Tliiiin imnof Sjiencer In ill Have hull Djf Hiiin7i fur twenty ytu fly oaae VVHN ulinmt liopele lillDysiPnin Curti WHS rtrlII ii mrnl rut uiul I usull ll to tV baltldii of it Illlrt II H Ill only thing that Iwsrulim tIIIh ttuuld- nut fin williuilt It IJnvo tlniliiriil uilli hUllllhlItIIIIIi IIlIdIII lit Jhingn and even went tt Nunvny vrli Imiifs of fHttiiiK noiiie r diet hot ICitlul p- 11IIlIld1un is iliD only remedy tlmt liiit duns nit idly gnarl IIlIa 1 liHiirllly reaoiiniiPiut 1f Kvtiry peniiiii iiitTurinK wlHi JiiillKnntlnii a ltsprp slit Shnulil maC It Silil liy M S Crnn Inclcsnli Ky 0 Kelninn til pnytng Ihr hlglmust lintel Mr KWII niul dry halts unit till rlbar prudnce SfeS I tr ImrgnliiR in loam s A Ill 811111 intnuli uliwk rill JMV Oiliors unit tliesnmrt leak our 2150 nlRt Just lnolc nun Smuts lo In closednot at 1ml price nl O Kelinnns Dull In while nl lourl Raul ltlnndnohemu r STItAY 1100 T Imvtt n nmlii htllt vliiiili cnnifl to my fnrin ill nionllrof MorK hrnxe1Jreet Inert IrilHi IIIIIJ nliont 5fl His n t that tlulr OiviiHi cnn Imve snmo by- payltlgnltClpuSrs COl f eillnj mind nil rertlslnij J ivits NB TOS Ittrsv t TlmE EDf+ ANI i Saw ThiLI For Salei Xlim liiiiiilrVil mind fifty nons lying in lnclRHllt Cull Illy KfiilnoUy nl ItonlleV flap 3 s lienmin the K O ii- vislnn nt the 1is N It It four mute suiiili uf llfini Thin laud it guitI t1 fniiiiiif jruI oniH tvlirnt rye rml coin Solno IMKIC HIM knihy p1 n+ iiuf it IrtjH well inure then 4rl IICM livt l It has sum Illf rlilue pier HIM I in lluil iitiH anystZNUU11 Jtt iniln + In Inc liDlluiiiH unit hcliv it Iws- t gun uhllo nnl lIi 1mink liickory i Irphrr nnt Inns ofItgnt111l grnwih ttinlr 111ITlit u yyi upriH her punt t- I tliii tin k- olloul onl rluitlliiil Ip1t11 1111- 1anl liliuU alttith SO to id rants nl I rnu Iial MM it A1l1 vein of HO innV a1 Hi it ion hiiii ttni Hit milroiil I ivliiih rnlIhru11ah Ihts liiiul i1 Ji til- UlllIlT liin KfolHIl ill till llHIHII llf M- llliiiiil y grits fimn3 iiljinn niul licl +t- it I iiiin uf V3 nrrrs uldsi ly iluy ngu rill tU ifr IICIH iiiu of 10 HLlen HOI fir IU per nire Will gmtlrantrP ono luil lion rIlf M NWI tnnlixr ID lie nil olf IIIII t Illi tinibltt is mint 1Ir i1r Iwsl IM 4 but Iild iif tlrnleinoi rid IT such nVpiiu link Hint mplsr eun hr cult JIfIIr n Will nell tliiii I nml IH 4i U prr iiiit mill umke jiHrftMl liili to mliif 1 aUii hnvt ii pmtl HW mill in iiiern linn Jin lliit Jnnil fluid luiir jjnuil muler nail one WHKIIII whiih I will nell foi flOlklini iiliiiei liiill willi hit Inill My rum fur rllnu irt at t r rat uf hq- lamtibntwdwillI V IK lil utluT puInU ttil tskr S ii ftli nod rive lIlllHiili colt liilniiv Ilii in tlie JII-AI lirtrjyiiii PCM trtl red m Imul pad nit IIMIJIW IiI Hell Clill nil r udilifMi GI10ROIJ oW SRTTLH s BEREA KY = = o = THE BREAD MAKER it II J finriiiif I llf roiiill whrn u ink VVansfields Flour Iti uliiiu nml Las ilu nniurnl tgatr real HaTor of the when berry Mnkvr 111 1 1 IT vliltw lienlt tier brfail Nat you hats Wen using fItscniie It I infttwl tttn flit bft Alien1 ami millH In the right way on llm first rquippr roller Hour mill in Keiiiurky Let n 55lb mirk ot HKSf IATKN or MOUNTAIN iniA tuiu to JKI it wilt tif iiunv IMII IIKIII tlinii n huh 1 i Ilr trunk Ask VtMir gruptr fur it K MANSK1MLI SOX ROSSLYN KY PRICES POR f ItvI I LOWER a QuiUty cuMlikrtJ tbm my slur Needles OH Repairs run AU Xmtt2 t1 SlNGHR 5TOIM3N- erdloa for nil ninltiw oT inn luno i tier pmkMjct SonthifiHt cornpr Mail amt Hrimdvvnv InckMcin Ky pHOCUnrDANODCFCNDCD IoIoJoI L nip c Pre M rum hcwU jutatu latent I1 IUILI ro1ItItu t IN ALL COUNTRIES Jju liu1 Jiff trtlh 11 ailiif a ta rAlr mnyailJfflllt fatiiil Pat nt and Infrlngemttit Practlci tututlrclf- ttat B 3 Nltttti or nieluUiaauWAOHINQTON O C 11unleil- Rfpo cane lops Will tat SsMO pill w gon luatl Iorn laid nnd eihhaiit taken on mluiriplioi lo the N ewe Cull nt this 0111I Ciiinlilniilliiu OMVr Ulint Illirfrnl turnu with tho jinb lUliii i of oilier pnpunM wo lire alit r lo furntsli yon Ixvii piiuis tar n little inorti than llm pnisu nf one Vn cnn snvi you Ill nniy on any iiipor yon wish to hike WII will fnrnl li yon THK IUHATilirr OOUNTY Nt1VSnnii nnluttrf tiia fulluttlug- C I maimJnurnul lnlllillo Ihhl Cliioiix1 InltiiOcenn Ciiioliuinti Bn iilror J xingtoil tuiuler llmin pud Hnrmor New Yurk litlllhllllIrlllM Oiu Vortf I j Nil oneRlioulil hll wflhdnt it pntltr when he air n buy two of limit Ion Pdn life I ontintry rtlt Jit litho monrty IrJs s iFr11 oP CHRISTMAS 1N l SP IS CCMi TG Sf P1TlA IaA1GHS 1 AH rI n at L cI 0 n a + II1rOC WILL NEED o ONITt I t J t i preset for YtmrprieQds t I I htrre Uioin A iomplt t4 like of now nnd If nntodale goodt consisting of o 1Pl tj 111 sold Yntehesl8ilrelWfllC v v 1Pl 1PI P i Silver Novelties it Cut G lass Umbrollns Etc t 1- tW 1Vst-P Yon are invited lo cull anti oxninine stock Xo M Pl trouble to show goodstl qix1P i q FLEEENORit Ii V JACKSON KKXTUCKY B iW W iZ r rrrrr rin rr + r sin II e iiiCi fiiiIi IIILadies Fine Shoes i I otlrGtCrac r a = rA erNo Cut or vt1UIS in l I C Courtneys Shoes 0- e1 t Olt SALEMi A P Crawford cc- V r Ii ==psa e here 1c Aie j Tho Colobtcd E3HOEI p E For Stilt By t Y BROSOO J + IDA JaekSo7 W lteltueliy I=Ns N N 1 1 Rio secure mho best resultsf mTOI Mo your inonoy aduGrlise l eathitt County Luis m Thc Lest medium ty 1111 clijk r to reach roll the mountain 51 jwade L Uivice the x I Jrcalhill1MtH1 any paper in v N N JJ W t t- a i 7f Y TAKT AT PANAMA I Received by President Amador a nd IfIICablnltr Panama Nov 28 Secretary Taft I and party arrived at Colon on boa rd the United StatoR cruiser Columti Mr Taft was received on shore b- J Vice President Arosema and oth r Panama officials General Davis comI I mander of tho canal zone awl ter Itarrf tt After a conference wltb1 n the American congressional delegation 1 Mr Taft went by a special train to t Panama where he was oRlclally reo celved by a committee and quarter at the residence of Mr Wcllacc chief engineer In charge of construction of the Panama canal He was recelv later by President Amador and the Panama cabinet After greetings had been exchanged r Mr Taft said It Is a pleasure to- l 4 bring tho greetings of the president of the United States and to congrat Ista Panama upon the propitious beginning of a long and prosperous life In fact a life that In to be a peacef one and one In which the presIdent j and people of the United States aris most willing assistants The Unltell I States has no Intention in the Isthmul other than to build the canal for the benefit of Panama the United Slates and mankind IS Defeats Local Option Boston Nov 25The full bench of- Sr the Massachusetts supreme court de elded that It Is not a crime for tbe A seller of intoxicating liquors Intended t4s for delivery Into a no license city or town to transport them by one not ci r 4 rYIng on a regular and lawful eXprE83 v business Furthermore It was hell1 that the carrier though not a regular expressman Is equally free to tran Sportliquors without the act being con r J 041 a crime This decision will tYS have an Important effect upon the de e i e livery of liquor from license to no S license districts In the state r Insane Patient Choked to Death Chicago Nov 24 Samuel P Glo serf a patient In the county asylum t- cwy the insane at Dunning Was choked to + l- j death and the coroner will endeavt ttoascertain whether he was killed by Alexander Harper a colored man who- A f srd is also a patient In the asylum or whether It was done by Tohn Conwa and Scott Hogan two of the asylum attendants Hogan and Conway as sert that Glosser was violent and thatI 1 Harper assisted them in placing him under restraint and Harper declare that both the attendants kicked Glo 6 ser and that Hogan choked him r Knights of Pythias Jubilee Columbus 0 Nov 2tTen that rIsandmen participated In the Knight 4 Jubilee The feature of the r Jubilee was the initiation into the l rank of knighthood a class of more w than 400 candidates and the reception into the Grand lodge of JBO past chat cellars Steamer Lost Constantinople Nov 25The Ore steamer Elpls long overdue Is now reo garded as lost It is believed she slink In a recent gale In the Black sea and that her entire crew and a numuer of t passengers were lost a total of 77 persons 3IAUKKT UK POUT A Grain and Stock Priori for Nov its J Cleveland Cattle Choice fit dry fed steers 1200 Ibs and up Sf 7545 Ot EOid to choice 1000 to 1200 tbs J3 7 AU a 4 60 tale to good SOO to 1100 Ibs J3 004 A 3 75 chalet heifers 3 60 tfJ 7S chute fat bulls 3 OO3 35 choice fat COl- ts4- a SS3 25 choice to fancy milk cows anI springers 40 CO 050 00 Sheep and Lamb Good to choice lambs J5 85C5 90 tair to good tS JSftS 7S culls and common 14 50O5 25 goof to choice wether sheet 14 0064 35 good to choice mixed sheer S3 7604 25 lair to good 83 003 71 cull to common S2 003 00 good to cholc yearlings 14 2S4 SO good to choice ewes J4 004 25 Calves Good J7 MJ 7 SO HogsYorkers II 65 medium an heavies 4 C54 70 pigs S4 JOfffl 40 stags and roughs 13 504 00 Chicago Cattle Good to prime steers 15 007 30 poor to medium 13 GO 65 SO stockers and feeders 11 ISC 20 rows 11 2564 00 heifers 11 85 OS is canners 11 402 35 bulls 12 OQ4 20 western steers 13 OQ5 15 Sheep nd Lambs Oood to choice wethers 14 SO 4 90 fair to choice nixed 13 50 H SO 1western sheep 13 0065 00 native lambs 10 western lambs 14 8AQC5 70 Calves IS 0066 60 Hors Mixed and ibutchers 14 5005 70 good to choir 6064 70 rough heavy 14 40JJ 4 55 light 14 4004 60 Wheat No red II 13114 Corn No 3 46Hffi4C i OatsNo2 30c East Buffalo Cattle Good tfl choice exports 14 SOQS 70 shipping steers 14 4004 80 butcher cattle 14 40 96 00 fair to good 13 04 40 helter 13 1563 90 fat cows 12 153 45 bull 12 40Q3 70 good to choice milkers and cprlngers ICO 00 3 CO 00 Sheep and iambs oood to choice yearling 14 76Q3 25 wethers 14 50 mixed 14 254 60 owes 14 0004 60 spring lambs 15 0006 10 Calves Best IS 0068 50 Hogs Heavies 14 SS04 90 mediums 14 8004 85 York etc 14 7084 75 pigs 14 50 roughs 14 00 4 15 stags 13 0003 60 Plttsburg Cattle Choice IS COQi C 70 prime 15 256S 50 good 54 7547 6 10 tidy butchers 14 254 65 fair 13 75 01 10 heifers 12 2504 00 cow bulls and stags It 6003 60 fresh cows 325 00 0EO 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime weth ers 14 4094 60 good mixed 14 1004 35 fair mixed 13 5004 00 lambs 14 004 6 25 CalvfS16 OOQ7 75 Hogs Prime heY 14 8004 85 mediums 14 80 heavy Yorkers 14 i0UE3 heht YorJcwn 14 50 t 04 60 pigs 14 4004 50 Isew York Cattle Native steers 13 2505 76 tops 15 35 stags and oxen 13 0004 25 bulls 12 253 60 cows 11 IS 0S 25 Sheep and Lambs heep It GOO 140 choice and export sheep 14 SO culls 11 0002 76 lambs 15 4096 25 choice 16 40 Canada lambs culls 14 00Q 460 Calves Veals 14 25S 75 Host Pennsylvania and state Jl 7688 00 4 l sholce light 15 10 Wheat No 2 red p 11 19 Corn Xo 2694e OatMixed- p261 to ii tbs 34H0SSV4C Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 11 15 Si lL CornNw tar 46447c Oats No 2 mixed 33c Itye No 2 So Lard 17 SO Bulk Meats 17 00 Bacon PL8 26 Cattle 14 104 75 Sheep II 75 04 00 Lambs 13 8006 25 iQISU 70 4LBoston Wool Ohio and Pennsyl vania XX and abuse 35Q36o X 30031P Xo 1 35S34c No 2 3563Ce tine washed 1 detain 38H037C Toledo Wheat 11 15c corn 4cr- aN 22c rye 83oclovereeel 17 ffty Prldy I Why did you tip tbat walter You cant afford to give away money e I know It but I didnt want him to iflnd It outDetrolt Free Preuc ir Vicious e jFlr5t GirlDid you bear thnt Mr I Williams got a dreadful fright onhlt Weddloc dy Second QlrlVes I t vig iu the church und suw her Opponents think that they refute its h n they repeat own opinion notlct of oursGoetbe- t W ndta1e no kr r il t 1 f c oD 1 att J tVI Crab lIa rd and Burt The process of crabs shedding llur lug the summer sennon U us follow The crabs become fat tbtu they 18 Buuie n bluish look on the buck Rud yellow on underside When In thla condition If an outer shell tit brottli there will be found a skin similar to the Inner skin of an egg covering ti crab In this stage the crab IsJ kllllwn I nH a peeler The next stage Is whet till outer shell begins to open anti till crab Is then known an a buster When the outer shell Is tituOTed the cfttb I then a soft crab If she has escapcd from the cannibalistic male crub wlio pursue her during this period she II hidden Iu the grass In shoal water it til the next tide which hardens hr shell considerably and the crub 1teI ed a buckruin Buckrutua are the toulCh crabs sold as soft crabs and wlieD cooked the shell turns red like that of n lobster and in not desirable on ne count of Its brittleness In ntiotlJrr tide the crubs become truly hnrd allli go where they please without fear ot being devoured by the wale members One of Yore Experience Poe one night during those lost weeks he spent In Itlchtuond rtlated this personal experience adding thnt he would carry It with blw to the graveI living In Philadelphia durlt the epidemic ot the cholera there All day I would pace the streets seeing tidying and land until my heart was faint and sick within me late one evening on coming home after one at these aimless wanderings broke down and with a thousand picture 01 suffering and death dancing hideous before iny eyes I lay upon the bed h a moment I was asleep and dreamt that a black bird like a raven rtme Into the room and perched over tbp door I asked what It was The bird repliedI the spirit of the cholera aDd you are the cause of met I woke wltb a start but the QP parltlon was sa real that it made In linpresslou on me I shall never tlt getLamp Origin of Omcauar School Orauituar schools are school whic were founded to teach grammar at n tlwe when the word had a velar dllfei ent meaning from that which It bear at the present time Inreiltliateart of using It correctly and one woul naturally Imagine that a gramma school must necessarily be a schoi where the English language Is tuugh but It is not so In the middle ages when the clergy were the only educated men Latin WIlS the language In which knowledge wa l preserved and handed down either orally or Iu writing so grammar came to mean the grammar of the Latin tongu and a grammar school was an endow ed school fee teaching Latin and afterward Greeks to poor scholars to fit them for unlveraltlea Tight Lacing and Oreat 31u A correspondent says that the Ugh lacing periods of history have always been productive of the greatest genius eStthe loose dressing periods the reverse Bacon Shakespeare Drake Marlborough Thackeray Dlcken Scottto mention only a few names were born when chroniclers and fast Ion artists reveal to us the fact tbat women were never satisfied till they could span tbelr waists arid while eighteen Inches was the faahlouiib standard many fashionable girls and women possessed waists fully two or three inches smaller But Thackeray said he would as lIet marry a girl with a bumped bacl lIS one with an eighteen Inch waist Yerlahable Pearl Pearls are perishable They cnnm be considered a tint rate iuvefttme like diamonds After a time they decay Sometimes a flits specimen wlU lose Its luster and beauty within a let mouths so that thi possessor of sllch treasures does well to keep them pu- swayIn a vented place They consis- of thin films overlaid one upon anothei with more or less animal matter between the layers and It Is no wonder that they deteriorate QnitllUrd HIs SlBtcmrul ShoTo think tbat you once declare that you would love we as long as yoi lived And now although we have not betn married a year you careno hlni at all about mel HeBut you see rhen I told you I would love you as long as I lived I wasnt feeling verj veil and I really didnt think I shoulj live long Plenty of Advice Ills trouble was just due to a neg cted cold A neglected cold I dont bellev here ever was such a thing No war ver had a cold without having a1 east a dozen friends attending to 11 for him Philadelphia Ledger A RlBBlBK Specoh raseslu a ringing speech last night George declared that he could tot live without me and asked me to be his wife Gladys In a ringing ipeech eh Groyce Yes and If you Ipnt believe It theres the rlnglPitts urrg Post Reminders of the Maori Concerning tbe dwellings in the Ar entire Uepubllc a traveler writes Wherever there was a collection of ouses I WR greatly struck with the haracter of the architecture like Lab or Moorish villages one great rail without Windows surrounding hew The country U very quiet now ate enough for a bevy of schoolgirls to travel It by day or night but still tie peculiar architecture remains At Cetfra Muerta where we camped there WI only one large building once the etidquartor of the estauclero who own hundreds of square leagues of tbl surrounding country but now tenanted by bU manager a superior sort at half breed Spanish Indian with his family There wits the huge square utslde wall without any windows of IIny kind one arched doorway nod the wide house or houses built against tbe outer wall and facing Into a patio t1 most Moorish looking place Truly JP occupation of Spain by the Moor bas left Its deep markings they ex Hided across to tbe new world In uenclug today even the customs of tile Indians of Spanish South America r A Royal Catspftir Peter the Great particularly d lighted In drawing teeth and he strict ly enjoined his servants to send for htm when anything of thnt sort was to be dune One day his favorite vuletI de clmnbre seemed very uielancliol The czar asked him what was the mater Oh your majesty said tbe lUau lily wife Is suffering the grentc agony from toothache and she obs natcly refuses to hove the tooth tllkcu out If that Is all said Peter we will soon cure It Talc me to her at once When they arrived the wonu declared that she was not suffering lit all there was nothing the matt with her That is the way she talk your majesty paid the valet SI Is suffering tortures Hold her head and hands said tbe czar I will have It out In a moment And be Instantly pulled out tile lad cated tooth with great dexterity awld profuse thanks from the husban What was Peters Indignation to Itll cover R little later that his valet lIud used him as an executioner to punish his wife who had never bad an unsound tooth In her Lead Old TIme School Whipping Sir Sydney Waterlow lord mayor of London thus described to a Ioudo Express writer a good old fashlom t thrashing In school My waster at St Saviours grat mar school Soutbwark at the foot ot old London bridge was a counterpa of tho tyrant of Dotbeboys Hall Finding that at the nice of ten year I had not made much progress in tbe proper comprehension of the four cot cords In Latin be determined to glfe me a good birching He was a most practiced baud with the rod and WIlS never satisfied with a birch less that four or five feet long wltb plenty of small sharp cones on it Ho nevi used the same one twice The lint having gone forth I Wllft stripped to ray bare back and wade to kneel The waster then Inflicted hire ttrokoa an bard as his strong arm enabled him to give causing the bloat to spurt all over my back Many of the cones remained in ray flesh for days Varied Mommies Colas The following are the various color used for mourning in different countries together wltb tho reasons gives tor the selection Black expresses pr votlon of light worn throughout Eu Tje and America yellow the sear am yellow leaf Egypt and Burma In Brittany widows caps among the peasant are yellow purple and violet to express royalty mourning for the card oafs and kings of France violet U tlie mourning color for Turkey white eu blew of white handed hope China deep blue Bokhara mourning the sly ilflcance of this selection is not known pale brown the withered leaves Per us grayish brown earth Ethlopl and Abyssinia i Obeyed Orders Slrtcllr The sentinels at Pompeii who dint at their posts during tbe eruption becaus they had received no orders to leav them ere held1 up as types of perfect obedience but then the punishment In tbe Horaan army were brutal and they knew It Different was tbe cSa of an Individual who being ordered to take a hot bath by his doctor compile I with tbe order and remained In It uuI UI the learned man paid his next visit The doctor exclaimed when he heard Why it Is enough to kill you by par boiling or chill r It was all you fault said tbe bather sulkily You only told we to get Into a hot bath You ought to have told me when to get out as well The Monk of Tibet A traveler In Tibet says that tbe women of that country are IIpeasantand when washed buxom and The monks are the blot oc the landscape They bear no resem jlsuce to the women of the country Ode would think they belonged to a different type and yet they are the liOns and brothers of these women Thi I reason probably Is the low degraded life led by the ordinary monk a lift without Interest without work devoid if any pursuit Intellectual or other wise and passed In the droning 01 chants and the performance of ritual the meaning of which they neither know nor care about Tb Upper Amasou Basin The whole upper Amazon basin is subject to annual overflows which snake it impossible to build homes or he rivers as we ate accustomed to tic m our American rivers There are only a few points In all the great stretch of I river country that are above the flood ling point and these ore commonly corn i dosed of rock or clay quite unlit tor Cultivation City Visitors Oversight Uncle Josh after seeing urban guest take the tranTbat feller may know a heap about city cttyket but Le rouldnt pass fer no Chestyfleld lu aese parts Uncle LUb Wouldnt hp7 Uncle JoshNo sir TVy bf tayed weth me three days an never once proposed gn out au look at my awgs Judge Her Hard Luck I made BU awful faux pas lat Ijbt said Mrs Oldcastle Did you replied her boatess Ive been wontln to make one for a loni time but I rlnt been able to get a attern Wbosa did yon haveChl cao Tribune Wholesale Rate Sammy admiringly surveying bU lately arrived twin sUtera Did you et them cheaper by taking the two papa7 Enthusiast without capacity are tbt really dangerous people Schopcn hlll1PI Tess Yci be was an om nsi- lne Did you tell him 1 was engaged to Jack Hansom JessOh ytsl Tess I suppose he wondered bow soon I ould be married to hlmJelsNoh- ot bow soon but hoW long blladelphla Press Modest Shell a lovely girl and so simple In her tastes I told Lee that 1 hadnt inch of an lucome yet but that I hop td I could provide for her every want I And what ild she says I She said that would be aUIl1ecoul4 h Y Tile Iuuvil uf flesh flarr Eleven illfffienl versions uf the pound of flesh story exist In the eat literature of Kurupe none of which Is founded on a historical basis Rave flue related by the biographer of Pok tit tins V The original tale runs as fullov Simon Ienada a Jew enters Into n ra ger with Settil a Christian sinking a pound of his flesh against a large IIUIII of money of the Christian The Jl1w locos the wager and Sechl insists on hili forfeit The case U referred lo the go ernor of the city who In turn plates It before the pope who condemn bulb to lifelong Imprisonment from which ilia are finally released on the payment of a heavy tine Au Italian moist Florentlno In the sixteenth lItury was the drat to cbange the rule ot nt Jew und Christian and Jn this nltItd form the Bard of Avon found the stoi The port himself could scarcely ha known any Jews personally slucetb were expelled front England 300 ytnri before his time and were not rlId witted until after his death Fro stage presentation from descrlpttoi In books or from popular report which were always derogutory to the Jewish character the poet derived hll knowledge of tbe Jew Meuorab Tulip and Poppy DaBKeruns Plane The florist held a tulip In his hall Some people claim that a tulip has uo swell be said As a mutter of tuel It boa a dangerous smell Take a tulip of a deep crimson color antS Inhale It with profound inspiration and It 111 be apt to wake you light beaded Yc will say and do queer tbtugsduur sing tight swear aud so on For two hours you will cut up In this Wrtl Afterward you will be depressed Tile poppy Is another danger flower A young woman of s uerroi temperament It she lingers among abed of popples will grow drowsy tl tame as If she bad smoked a pipe ur two of opium In Asia Minor whet the opium manufacturers cultlval vast fields of poppies tourists Inipec lug the beautiful flowers often becoiu altogether Incapacitated They get 10 sleepy they can hardly talk Fhy reel In their gait Iu some cases tlle1 have to be put to bed Boston Adve titer The Lubitern Claw If you take the trouble wben you save Up uiorey enough and purchase II lobster to notice the claws you will observe that each is peculiar and quit materially differs from the other OUt claw Is a scissors the other a mill on Is a cutter the second a cracker Practically a lobster has ten legs but of these only eight are uvJ In walking Of these ten legs tbe Iron pair the claws are employed Iu seisin and crushing its prey Generally the right claw U the more slender aud longer and has sharp teeth on It edges while the other has no teeth but blunt tubercles or hammers ILl left claw U operated by stronger iuu des Sometimes however the scissor claw Is the left one and the banruiei or crusher slaw is the right Keuni bee Journal The Kdltori OeatlcBiaii The question always comes up Wba- M a geutlemau Some say he U a ma with a silk hat and others u wan will a smooth tongue But wen connects with the newspaper trade have u canon of their own Mr Editor uld a patron out day how is It you never call on wt to pal for your paper Oh said the wan of types wi never ask a gentleman fur uloney Indeed the patron replied thou lo yell manage to get along wben thej Isnt pay Why said Mr Editor after 10 ertuln time we conclude be U hot a leutleinan and we ask hiwLoudon Stall Old Turks A London Jeweler has rood a collec Ibu of ancient forks used In Euglanc vbcb show some little known fact ibout the table manners of a few cen urlcs ago The forks which ate of lolld sliver date from the slxteentl century In many cases the designs It ill this time hue scarcely varied In my detail and tile forks look like hose which might be bought today Ibe old forks were a great luxury It heir time and were only used by the irlstocracy Poor W siaB Mrs Gldday I thought you were en truly satlsfled with your bat Mrs Jresscr So I was uutll my busbanc got tbe bill Mrs GiddayOb why Uould bU growling worry 7ou MM DresserBut tbat was the trouble Hi lldnt growl at all showing tbat I night easily have got a more expeuitvi me Philadelphia Press Good Comfort The most solid comfort one can full rack upon la the thought that the bust seta of ones life tbe work at Lowe titer the holiday Is done Is to help lu some small nibbling way to reduce the tow of ignorance degradation and uUery on tbe fete of this btautlfu el1rtbOeorre Eliot DlicrelloB Mrs Younshusbund Why cant you I Lay at Lowe this evening George tour employer can get along without you George I know it but I dont want him to find it out KBOTT Everything Mayme Vhat o gossip Mrs Gadb Is EdithYes indeed I never teller anything without finding out that Ibe hue already told It herself Phils elpbla Bulletin It Is astonishing how much time some people have to spare for the ipervUlon of other peoples business nnd how well theyIto rIn their ilnds Blngbamtop i ress 3OOO to Colornilo and Ileiuri YI OlilonKo Union Paeltlo A Nhrs- heatrn tine Chlongo to Denver Col nradn SprlnRbiuid Poclilo dnllj ironglioiit the siiniinea Correspond l ijiRiy how rote from AU points east 01lt1 onH night to Denver from Cities gn nnd Central States and onlf lira gbls enroute from the AlLan Sea Doid Two fast trains dahy NM Bretre 435 Vine Street- Olnolnnntl Qhlu c t rJ llr A Story ef Napelcou- Xapoleou Invariably refused to r move his hot when he received klui and aoveretgu princes uudtr tbe rJnk of emperor lie uncovered hits hen only lu the presence of the eiupero of lluu lur suit of Austria OUt dllY Napoleon received the king of Buvan and of Saxony at St Cloud As tbe two klngx removed their tints the ell1 letor acknowledged their ajltilatlot by merely touching the brim of hI cocked bat with bU forefinger lie then drove with the two kings tivMa mnltiou and gutting out of his varrlng casually remarked I aiu going to ICt the empress Would you tuliul walvln for uie The royul pate seemed to have been forgotten for they nt III sk it expectation for nearly uu tour Finally they noticed tome of the 101 perls footmen playing card lbe king of Bavaria then laughingly remarked to the king of Saxony Win a pity we Latent got a pack of earth Since be treats us Iu this way we might at least follow the servants ej ample and pass the time playing pl quetNew York Tribune Bolivia RrEvery one who has rend the bi- ttunes of the Incas writes au Engllsl man has marveled at the tales of the native runner who were a feature In the civilisation of that period Sow of this race of men still remain Whln In Bolivia I have often had a telegrat delivered at the station forty wile away and an answer received and brought back by the same wan alllt eluding tbe Journey of eighty wiles Jlut occupying more than eighteen hour The man was well content to recto two Bolivian dollars or 75 cents 111 American money for the service 1 saw a man who delivered a uiMsag 200 nillf away aud brought an as swer back covering within sIx day and nights 400 miles Ac he did tbll work for a native his charge was Ihe Bolivian dollars about l8i Atner can out of which bt provided bU ow food By Wire and Air An accidental experiment In the ye betty of aottfid is recounted by a correspondent Ho went to bit telephone and just aa be put the receiver to bb ear be heard the click of another tell phone Another receiver bad been removed and the line was open Then be heard through the telephon the shriek of a locomotive whistle aDd a few seconds later the sound cam through the open window iu the usua way Looking up be saw a locoinotlvi half a wile away passing the bouse ot- a friend The mystery was solved The tele phone that was open was that at th distant house and the sound of thu whistle had come through Its tran formation into an electric current quicker than it bod traveled throng the air Soap That Float A floating soap Is produced by the mass of soap being beaten while It is cooling Just as we blllt enl or batter This Incorporates air luto the soap and wakes It float A linn bulk of floating soap weighs much less that tbe same bulk of soup that does not float One hundred pounds of sons beaten will wake many wore cakes ot- a given size of floating soap not beaten It Is due to no Ingredient day soap will float If beaten A soap Is no better because It floats This Is no sign of o good soap The only advantage Is Ii being able to find the cake more easily It it be dropped Into the bath or watt tub Iu soap factories the soap U beaten by machinery HvHtlBar Barsrlars You cant lure my wife Not Well listen 1 was away tram home rot three days list week One night the heard burglars the saitc burglars that she has beeu bearing ever Hlucc WI were married Til wake them think there a man In the house she lectded So the put au a pair of my shoes and tramped about ou the hard wood floors for an hour to scare them way My woe Is a diplomat Cleve land Leader Brut Water Pipe It Is calculated that one rlgbUangle bend In a pipe through which water lows will make necessary 0 per cent more pressure for a given flow than 11I required for a straight pipe of like ind structure With three sharp bends lit right angle the pressure needed is 13 per cent more titan that which la- uild la a straight pipe A CarefBl Judge This story Is related of an old time JUde During a session of court there raw no much talking and laughter go IDA on that the Judge becoming angry md confused shouted In great wrath Silence heart We have decided half a dozen cases this morning and I have sot Lean a word of one of them Dangerous Blnks That long tunnel on the P D and Q Is a very dangerous place Jluks Why there hasnt been an ac Ideut there for years BtnksBut within the past week rout young couplet have started through It free as air and come out enraged Arms and Their uses Jessie What made you remain such a long time In the conservatory with that young lieutenant IlesUeOur onversatlou turned to war and be vas sbowtng me bow an officer should USe his arms Medical A Rochelle physician was called to ttend a boy who swallowed a couple of pennies When he returned a friend Irked How is your patient No barge yet was the replyMount lorrU Index HI Angel Jlrnsley thinks bli wife Is 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