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Fuiionist Las Year Went Demo cratic by a Iare Majority Cov Ode Was ReElected Governor of the State of New York By a Majority of 12887 Crpbllcio Majority In Oho Estimated at WeOeODeniocris Clam iain of One lid Rcpubl cans Two CODIcumenI I tWashlnJlon N v ZTlie latest return received up to to oclock XXednesday tIght show tht the republican Includ + InC In this description the fuslonists clcctrd from the ratsburKAllcgheny districts In IcnnsylvaniH will control the nil house tby a vote of OI republicans and I17 dXinocriits with one district the Eighth Tennessee andI two California districts remaining so miich in doubt that the ofliriil reurns will tie nettied In decide Ihe n suit The totals Riven are believed to be corrcvt although there area few districts such as two In Colorado and one ii Minesotn where the repub lican aid democratic party managers re pectlvrty do not concede defeat but the general result could not tie affcilcd even ihoultl their claims prove well founded OHIO Cincinnati Nov rClty complete Klvlnic jylln rep for secretary of slate 21011 majority Indicates n republican majority to llamlllnn county of nearly 30000 Columbus O Nov C Chairman Dick jl Ihe republican state headquarters late Wednesday nlKit bad complete returns rom K of the SS Ohio counties showing I republican plurality for stale candi dates of S0lt7 The two counties not heard from are Putnam and Noble The V former gave it democratic jduralily of LWII and the latter a republican plurality t ir wl last year Deducting this dlrTcr ncc of 7OI he estimates the republican Jluralily In Ohio at 90107 hut lie expects Solh 1iilnam and Noble county to show republican Rains and that the official rnle will exceed these figure Although 3 counties have not returned their tnlil tote II Iis estimated as close lo SOOftV Chairman OarlHT of the democratic state committee said The democrats Jiade gains in more than twothirds of he counties in which Mayor Johnson f Cleveland pitched hi tent Complete return will show an average republican ilnrality for stale candidates as com Jared wltfy recent years Democrats are lot discouraged XXo will tight again on the same 111- 11Chalnnan Hurber expresses satUfac llon with the result for congressmen In ablch contest the democrats elected Hi laDle number us two years ago although 4e had expected a Rain of three In Ids losing statement he euloelzed Mayor lohnson as the opponent of Senator Uarna INDIANA Indianapolis Nov 6 ICstlmatcd plur Illtles by counties received at state head headers Inesdiy Indicate the election of the republican state ticket hy XOOO The congressional pluralities estimated tie Henienway rep l0 Mlers dcm Dhutern 3 uu Orimtli item iGO Hnlliday rep 2OO XXatMn rep 1100 Overst net rep 1500 Cronier rep UOO Chas landl rep 31W Crumpack i sr rep 5100 In1 lauuliu rep SviO i Robinson Oem 50 Hrlck rep lSOO The reputdicans In the IcclMaturc will have a plurality of Cli and I ol s lbly rThe Ipublifarr K rrpubllcanr suit 2S dcmocrxtii The re Publicans have elected 16 senators and Iho c Jcrnrcrats 9 senators who hold over two t rear nnd will form the nucleus of th torClose fight IIr for treasurer KENTUCKY f I Frankfurt Ky Nov 5 Reports early Tuesday night from over Kentucky show itlhat but little interest was manifestedIn InJkIWrlets Vvlces from the Sixth Ap I Paynterisare that on bI majority of CSO votes This IIs t iSoshort mautuigerufured IelIIIOrep Congressional district the Louisville dig tile In which nn appellate Judire was alas elected early reports indicate the Meat or Republican Congressman Irwin trud or Appellate Judge Durelle The re PMlcans do iot concede this however Stud claim cunndcntly the reelection of Durelle Tin warmest light In the state as In Hi Pcond Appellate district In which Chief Justice Guffy sought re- tlffllrmI and wa opposed by Judge XVar uen Settle This district embraces the Third Congressional district nut the race maJoritTrtmbll ConsresmanfossLexington IKy Nov 5The democrats I ty iIn the congressional race- ILLINOIS cOllgresftliiiam Iorlnier has been making a des he1o5tLorlmerHhI har1rrun inhjThe fight Ih the Third district Ils alsortry close but XXllson rep has a lead ofwith reJortIhlltherc too close to tdIot with r nlldcncejut the city nf Chicago the election was trl1IIIIphfdalld1IMdemocralpflfit measure iIt htfwJ ct the republican ticket tlI treasllrtr1hns I countand at the I detiuneratIsheriffS has undoubtedly beaten uthoutlCtI ranlIhIhas also ear jHrd the city hahollt Sono ami the re publleans maJorIt toItI It may possibly reMilt In that manner hut theaspect at present favors Klolbossa Chicago Nov 5The republicans have carried Illinois ollt1eYIthat I they have elected Husse for state trea turn by 4 ofIrII of Detroit MiiliiRiin MichMICHIGANII and their entire state ticket Itof th li j congressmen and an overwhelmliiR ma lglslatllrpThI at midnight at between SOnno nnd lOOM Thy Hllss ran heavily hehlml luis tlcketfromIftOTO to 150il It I S esilmated at mld 1morrnll1l1l1l1l1ale troll which he carried by from 4lYu to el00 At midnisht all Indications pnlitil to the rlrttion of Alfrel luckhiR dtmo brat to coucress frum the First dis trict John M CuI4u the present mem her was cut deeply Total return from onetlfth of the prc inets In tIn First dis trict give Lucking a luuuuiof nearly I to While the returns Indicate that tlue democrats have increased by a few mem hers their representation In Iho state leg Islature the republicans wIlt have an overwhelmliiR majority In both branches This assure the election of Oen It A AIr to nil the unexplred turn of the tale fnitcu States Senator James McMil Ian NEW YORK New York Nov COlliclal figures on the vole for governor vary but little from the iinoflicial rejxirts AceordinR to re turns made to Ihe executive at All inv by tin several coiinly clerks Ihe plural ity for Odell Is IJNS7 Only Ithree count Ilies atove IHie Kroux were eurled by I tie democratic nominee Hie sigsregate plur ality for Ooler In these counties IwligI lflll Tutu aid the heater New York plurality of ir074 Riven in Coler waI met and overcome by an tipstale rOIi j publican plurality of I13TS7i Ihe differ ence beins a not plurality of 1JSN7 against 11113 plurality for Odell In IMO The state legislatureI Iis controlled by the republicans by a reduced majority hut one so large as to admit of no doubtt of the return of Mr riit to the United Slates senate MISSOURI St Ious Nov r At 11 oclock partial returns from the stale in li atc a falling turf III the total Sutlo as compared with of 15 to C3 per cent Kspeclatlv Iis Iliis IiII In the central portion In several the fight for eotiRress Is very close and dcllnltc results will probibly not be known for It hours At republican head quarters It IIs claimed there IIs a slight republican Rain In Missouri counties At democratic headquarters It Is claim ed the democratic ticket will come to St Louis with 13000 to 1SOM majority Indications point to a sweeping demo cratic vIctory in St Iouls with a plural ity of 13000 tic election of two demo cratic congressmen out of three soul life full democratic thy ticket NORTH DAKOTA Farro X D Nov 3 Noitii Dtkota has gone republican by nl out the usual majority although Gun White rep wlo IIs a candidate to succeed himself runs somewhat fxlilnd the balmfe nf the state ticket The republican state oim mittce estimates that Whites majirly wIlt U from 70fta o SOOft North Diktt1 elects two coiJRre smen nt large this yeir mil both of these are republican Thomas F Marshall will be und IS F Kpjldlnz being rejj assocUte The tugi1a t ire s elect a successor to Inltnl States Ken Ttor Itanaborougli Is overwhelniliiKy republican KANSAS Topeka Kiun Nov GThl republican victory In IKansas IIs complete A good1I majority of the legislature all the state officers and a large pirt of the county officer were taken by the republicans Chairman Albaiigh of the republican state committee made the folloAtngI statcmrnt WliKsday night Itcttrns have been received from every part of the stale nnd they Indicate the election of XV J Ibiliey and the entire republican ticket by about StVO plurality The re publicans have elected every member of coiiRrcss and over W mi mbers of the state legislature NEBRASKA Lincoln Net Nov C Complete returns from enough counties lo accurately fore truSt Ihe result show that Mickey repI has been elected governor Nebraska by tint less than 30ijO and probably by Ronci plurality The rest uuf till repub lican talc ticket is elected by an In creased plurality For congress the re publican tarry three districts fusionist one and two districts arc In doubt Re publicans wilt control both branches of the legislature by a greatly Increased majority having 53 senators and 70 of the 100 house members MONTANA Butte Mont Nov S Reports received up to midnight Rive the slate to the re publicans almost beyond a doubt al though defeat has not yet bnn conceded by the democrats Over ZV precincts have IIf1II tvpubllcans almost beyond a doubt although defeat has not yet been conceded by the democrats Over 23 precinct have liecn heard from Including th largest counties In Monl1I1- aCALIFORNIA San Francisco Nov GCompkte returns front Sm Krarclsco and partial re turns toni gull over the stile Indicate that urtfrgo C Pftr lce republican nom- Inee fr governor is clcctcd by a ma jorityof 3XO or 3000 Th plurality if 3000 yfclvcn by fan Francisco In F K lAvf the democratic nominee has been alnXst wiped out by republican majorl ties In the Interior tountlcs The repub f1111f1111 IfromI eastern and middle counties ant the same tlrket approrcImately ratio will give the democratic state I dIstrIcts In which the democrats nrtit doubtful are the Eighth stud Tenth nnl there IIs nothing definite front either dlItrlct yet Roth parties were claiming each at 10 oclock Tuesday DELAWARE nlRhtII Wilmington Del Nov 5 The polls closed In Delaware M 6 p m Indication are that the vote In the state was tIghter j than two years ago The contest for the legislature apparently close and the re suit will probably not be known until the full vote Is counted The election of Henry A Houston dem for congress IIs Indicated The returns are being received slowly with no legislative districts rom pleted PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Nov 6 Practically corn plete returns from the statIc Indicate a nlurallty for Samuel W Pennypacker rep for governor of about IJSOnft or the K congressmen elected 23 are repub lican The incoming house of repre sentatives will be mnde up of 157 repub licans and l17 democrats andI the senate will contain 33 republicans and 11 demo runtIs GEORGIA Atlanta fla Nov 5 Ceorgla elected a did delegation of tl democratic rout gressmen Po little Interest was taken in the electIon that the figures In the II districts were not collated Tuesday night Except In Hie Seventh district the democrats hail no opposition and In that district It nns Inconsequential I The volt polled was very tight The election was for conrresmen only MASSACHUSETTS Hoston Nov rJIIII Oov John L nates of Hoslin was elected governor by the republicans In the state election Tuesdiy defeating XXilllam A fJaston democratic candidate by 7IW plurality the Volet being Itates rep liCWl Oas ton dem 1VS4SJ The republicans zulu elected Ihe rest of Ihe state ticket until M out of It congressmen The stat tegi itt ire remain unchanged MINNESOTA SIt Paul Minn Nut UXVIth the re ceipt of more nearly complete returns Ilhp majority of Oov Xansant will It at teas 5011Kl mil may go as high as 7310 a reton breaking majority In Minnesota for a gubernatorial candidate Klght of tIhe nine congressmen tire republican the lone democrat being former Coy John Kind IOWA Des Molncs la Nov 6ore complete returns place the republican plurality of the stale ll cet in Iowa a little above 7ti I0i Tho plurality of IIV it Hlrdsall who will srceeed Speaker Henderson from tho Tilrd district IIn 5235 and that IIf M J Wale In the Second district I lie only deiiocratlc congressman elected 11 W CONNECTICUT New Haven Cl Nov 5The democrat ic state organization at 1130 p in conced ed the election of the entire republican ticket in Connecticut with the general as sembly safely republican on joint ballot XXMth complete returns from 140 cl the ItS towns III Connecticut thus republican plu rality Is conservatively estimated at 15000 WEST VIRGINIA XXhefllng XX Xa Nov 5 Return coming In slowly Indicate the certain elec unit of IIt n Dovener republican fur congress Ii hue First district by slightly reduced majorities compared with 1W In the Second district John T McGraw claims his election over A O Diyton re publican but the republicans do not con cede It MARYLAND nilllmore Nov 5The election in Ma ryland wlilfh was only for congressmen pas ed off quietly with the exception of a few minor disturbances In the eastern dis trict of this city Of the nix congressmen tIn republicans elect fjur and the demo rats two The vote In the Third district wait very clcbe XVachter having a ma jority of atiout ICO MISSISSIPPI Jnrkson Miss Nov SThe vote in MississippiI Tuerday was very light the tabulation o far made Indicating a total of lrs Hun 4i OiV All the democratic candidates for congress were elected without opposition The constitutional amendments are believed to have been defeated TEXAS Dallas Tex Nov 5 The vote In Texas for state and congressional l officers Tues day watt lighter than In 11 rt The demo crats swept the state the ticket by R T Ianham winning by u majority Latest returns show hCllollolII democrats 18 districts elected congressmen returns Denver rom Col COLORADOII that It IIs impossible to give a reliable es timato of the remit In Colorado That the republicans have made heavy gains throughout lilt state fs generally cOIll1ed Lake and El Paso counties en republican maJoritIesFLORIDA Jackson Fla Nov A light vote was polled throughout the state Congress men Sparkrian and Davis are reelectel from the First and Second districts re spectively without opposition Attorney XX II lnur IIs elected In Ihe new Thlrl district There sat ro opposition to the democratic ticket state or congressional VIRGINIA lllchmnntl Xi Nov 5 Returns tire comln in slowly but the state certainly will return a full democratic congression al illlegation The latest returns from HIR Ninth district which furnished only serious contest in the state IheII the election of Hhca Milwaukee XVIs 11111II turn Increase Goy LiFollcttes plural ity In the state to SOOM estimated As near an can be figured out the next legis lature will be rade up as follows As sembly 73 republicans and S democrats senate 31 republicans and 2 democrat SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston P C Nov 5 The demo crats elected their entire congressional state and county ticket almost without KlIgheK opposition George county a full democratic ticket for the Ilhe time In 35 years NEW JERSEY repuIlIcarIl 111 0 CII t i jI l 7 l 7 ov IIDAHO catlrlng re vmthern part of the state show Morrison rep for gos rrnor mulnuitiug ahead of Hunt dm Tlv vote in ne flentlle prolnotc was heavily republican Definite figure will be very late WASHINGTON Seattle Wash Nov SAt IOSO Ip tn return coming In slowly Indication are that the stale will go republican i iral out 10000 majority with the election of three congressmen and tho control of the legislature NEVADA Steno Nov Nov 6Thn entire fusion state ticket luau lleen elected with tho exception of Imy surlntendrnt of schools Sparks majority for governor will IH fully I lauutti Duser for con gress carried hut sUtoby 100 NEW HAMPSHIRE Concord N II Nov Twenty town and ward In New Hampshire Rlvn lla holder rep for governor 2O lint Us dem 13SS Same town ami wart In lo gave Jordan rep 2319 totter dem lSA RHODE ISLAND rovldence It I Nun iho elec lion of L F P Oarvln item for gov ernor IIs practically assured because of the poll he has made In S7 districts out of 130 of n07 as against iS2 for KIm Icill republican WYOMING Cheyenne Wyo Nun 5 Meager re tunis from the stile Indicate that the entire republican ticket Is elected Mou dell rep for congress will have lOl majority ALABAMA Montgomery Ala Nov i The full dcmocatle state ticket Ilu elected lit a largo majority Lilywhile republics vote not as large as expected Return liiufllclent to Rive accurate ligures SOUTH DAKOTA Sioux Falls S D Nov rAt n oclock the indications ntelvetl from the slut al the republican headquarters were that the stile ticket woild have a plurality nf about 1SOOO TENNESSEE Nashville Tenri Nov The enllrt democratic state ticket leaded hy James In Frazier for Rovetnor ha heon ffcte l by a majority citlmated at 1CH J LOUISIANA New Orleans Nov All tin drum rtttc ttotuutiices or coulgreuuu itu 1ul lana are elected ARKANSAS Little Rock Ark Nov dAll the them ocratic nominee for congress In Arkan Situ are elected FATAL SHOOTING AFFAIR Tfcrec Men Were Killed on the Street at Orange Tex Orange Tex Nov GThree men are dead as a result of a shooting ai fray here late Wednesday Bad blood Is said to have existed between Jeff Chenault and Will liar rig a wellknown young man for some tme Wednesday the two met and after a war of words Harris secured a double barreled shotgun and killed Chenault Harris ran to escape the fire of Chenaitlts brother but was ap prehended by City Marshal Jordan who was close at hand While the officer was conducting young Harris to jail he was shot and killed and his prisoner escaped It is not known who killed Jordan although there were a large number of people on the street at the time of the tragedy Will Harris was later arrested and placed1 In jail At this juncture his brother James Harris started for a nearby store declaring he would pro- curE a weapon and take part in the affair It is claimed that Tony Jones handed Harris a gnn after which tie former jumped into a buggy and as he was driving away officers appeared on the scene and opened fire on Jones Inflicting wounds from which he died a few minutes later- DESTRUCTIVE FIRE Hundreds of Head of Cattle and Corn fields Destroyed Kaper Neb Nov GThe most de structive tire that ever visited this county has been raging on the Rose bud Indian reservation since Sunday Three hundred hallIf cattle are known to have been burned to death and several ranches in the path of the flames have not been heard from Several hundred settlers lire now holding the flames in check along the north line of lloyd county where a great many cornfields were destroyed 1CRUELLY SLAIN Killed By Fili pinos Near Bacolol Manila Nov 1 IXews has been re ceived here of the coldblooded murder of D C Montgomery the super intcndent of schools in Oriental Ne gros He was on his way to HoloI on Friday to consult with the retiring superintendent when he was set upon by six natives armed with spears anti bolos anti murdered He hud con siderable money This was taken and his body mutilated Montgomery leaves a widow a teacher iu Negros Montgomery was appointed from Nebraska March C 1901 A DRUNKEN ROW Woman Killed Another Wounded and a Man Shot Through the Lung Ilatt burg N Y Nov GIn a drunken row at Saranac Lake John Mooney shot and killed a woman nam ed Bessette fatally wounding his sister Miss Mooney and sLot John Mc Lcllan through tho lungs McLellan will recover Mooney was arrested and Charles Merrill was taken Into custody as an accomplice Madrid Nov OGtn Total who thoAmcllcant I 1 l thothoe L r V c 4S LJiTLLPLJItJ au 1 TIlE MURDER MYSTERY Toils Ticrhteninjr Around Slayer of Two Girl Masons Attorney Places No Faith In the Statement and Will Atterpt to Show That the Negro is the Guilty One Boston Nov SMiss Clara A Mor ton was murdered at Waverly last Saturday A few days later Alan Ot Mason a rieii merchant and prominent club man of this dty wan arrested on suspicion The girls watch was sold lo a jeweler on Monday by a colored man A few days later the colored man was arrested and saul I hat Mason gave hint the watch to ulirupose Qr for himIlostoil Nov 10 George I O Per ry thus Nfgio who pawned tIle watclio taken from the murdered womrn Ma Clara A Morton antI Miss Agnes Mc Ihee declared Sunday that Alan U Mason the nih merchant of Boston Is lime man front whom he received theso articles Perry was taken to tho jail in East Cambridge where Mason hinder arrest on the charge of killing Miss Morton Iis confined pending a hemming in the Cambridge court Mon hay IIn one of the jail corridors Perry poitively identified Inlon as the man who haul given him the two watches Mason by neither look nor word be trayed any knowledge of having seen Perry before When questions by Sheriff Kairhairn Mason merely said qI do nut know this man I never jaw before During the day Chief Ryan and om rr Argy of llniont talked with Per ry anti later State Officers New Olin ham Dexter ami others took Perry to the jail The toilers were shown into the room s lifiv Masou and six others were injine Perry walked straight up to Mason who was second In hostl Ilion ami pointing his linger at him said This iis the man who gave me the watches to pawn He was about to ear the room when Sheriff Kairhairn asked him if he would not likp to talk with Mason in order tthat he ought tnakf himself tire that Mason was the until Perry re plied thou was no nl ed of that as he knew who the man was anti haul known him for a long tune On being retiirneil lo lila cell in thn police station Perry was confronted by three newsboys and they identified him as another newsboy Another xisiior at the police station was Masons attorney He was ac companied by a woman This woman did not sure Perry butt it was under stood that time had ben produced by the defense in the hope of showing that Pan himself or ome other Negro was the real Jack tin Stigger She is one otIIthe women who were follow ed by a Negro in Cambridge several weeks ago Mr Ware places no faith in the statement of Perry that it xvaa Mason that gave the boy the watches My arrangements made Sunday night Perry will be arraigned Monday at Cambridge on the charge of being ac cessory alter the fad The police say that Perry had been confined at the L man school for boys having lK en convicted for assault and battery upon a young woman in this city Also It has come to light that on Sunday July 27 Perry who was then employed as the driver of a mall wagon front Cambridge to Hoston was missing from hiwork It was on this date that an assault upon Misa Ellen Murphy oturtirrez- iEVACUATION OF SHANGHAI Reported Germany Has a Secret Un derstanding With China London NoxV 10 The Dally Mail and the Dally News Monday morning throw doubt upon the reality of the re ported settlement of the evacuation of Shanghai The former paper hints that Germany has a secret understand ing with China in the matter whilo the latter journal declares that Empe ror Williams visit to King Edward is concerned with this question anti with an endeavor on tile part of Germany to secure a quill pro quo for German quiescence while Great Britain com pletes her arrangements with Portugal with reference to Delagoa bay The Dally Sews further accuses tho government of imperiling the British position in China in order to secure the barren concession of Delagoa bay Colonial Secretary Chamberlain is de termined according to the Daily News to obtain a working agreement with regard to Delagoa bay at whatever costSGov Yates Somewhat Better Springfield Iii Nov 8Coy Yates was somewhat Improved In condition Friday night His fever was lower than Thursday and Dr L C Taylor stated that he felt the governor was doing as well as could be expected under the circumstances THIS THAT AND THE OTHER North American reindeer usually select an old doe for their leader The highest railway in tire United States is the Colorado Midland which crosses a paw 11530 feet high The railway bridge which connects Venice with the mainland is 12000 feet long and has 222 arches When the census was taken in Xexv South Wales among the ages re turned were the of 100 yeare six of 101 three jof104 one of 107 and an other of 113 year t ir tl II v I L 1 i o sIeII S ji 4 tl I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS RESCUED THE LAD A Boy In a Peculiar Predicament on the C O Bridge Covington iKy Nov 10 While B F Nexvkirk was passing along Third rxear Main Sunday afternoon he no tired a young lad whoso name he did not learn suspended about 30 feet in the air on tin C I O bridge The boy bnd climbeI up on an iron pier and when he reached tho top of till foot walk be began 10 climb the cross beams Ills nerve began to leave him nnd in a short time he was overcome by a dby spell The lad hall presence of mind enough to put his legs through two cf the crossbeams He hogan to stream for help Newkirk called the boy to hold on and climbed to his as sistance as rapidly as possible but had a hard time in releasing him from the predicament lie was in as he could only use one arm Ho finally brought the boy down in his arm ROBBED THE MAIL BOX Officers Arrested Will Cooper Aged 17 Years at Fulton Ky Fulton Ky Nov 7 Will Cooper 17 year old was by Officers Robert son and Walker charged with robbing the Iuited1 States mail box at the Pally I eader and National Baptist publiulilncr house Cooper confessed to having robbed time above firms mail for sonic time past and accom panied the officers up hack streets and alls xvhero ho showed them vast numbes of letters torn into small pieces Several particles of mutiny or dora were found There is no way of estimating how much valuable mail has been stolen and destroyed lint it will foot up several hundred dollars S A JUROR CRAZY Was Found Wandering in the Street In His Night Clothes MorohcHil IKy XII SFhr Proc tur a juror in the case of Harvijy Moon charged with killing Finn Tolli you a year ago awoke a lunatic TIle sheriff cauzht him in the street in his niglit riot ies Proctor hall both form ed and expressed an opinion hut the commonwealth and defense waived the objection and accepted him Aft or he was caught he kept sling he haul formed antI expressed an opinion The case will be continued u A HORRIBLE DEATH Ernst Armstrong a Brakeman Killed in the Yards at Lexington Lexington Ky Nov litErnst Armstrong married a C O brakeman met a horrible death In the yards here Sunday In descending front a car xile a freight train was being made up a step broke and he fell astride the rail The car wheels divid ed his body from the chin down half rolling from the track and the other being mangled anti scattered by the tinder workings of the car McDonald on Trial Uarbourville Ky Nov 7 The fall term of the Clay county circuit court Is now In session At the court many important murder cases are uncut each term One of the most important of this term Iis the case of the commonwealth against Ransome McDonald charged with having aided in the as sassination of Im Sparks several months ago This case was called Thursday Killed In a Crap Game Hairodsburg Ky Nov lODtirimlg a crap game Sam Giles colored was shot twice through the head Sunday morning at 2 oclock anti instantly kill ed by John Pare also colored The dead man was a desperate character and had recently returned from the Kentucky penitentiary where he serx ed a term for inflicting wounds on a man with a knife Fine Horses Burned Lebanon Ky Nov iThe fine barn of J B Wathen was destroyed by fire The barn contained some of the best bred stock in Kentucky The fine stallion Hed Prince a fine brood mare anti a celebrated jack jriQO worth of feed a surrey and other vehicles anti harness were burned One fine mare was burned so badly that she will die Both Engines Demolished In Collision Central City Ky Nov 8Four trainmen were injured and several passengers were slightly shaken up In a headon collision between a north hound Illinois Central passenger train and freight train in the railroad yards here Friday None of the Injured were seriously hurt Both engines were de molished The cause of the wreck is not positively known Fish Dynamited Burgln Ky Nov 8 Violators of he fish law aroused the people along he Kentucky river above High Bridge with loud explosions of dynamite hrown Into the river the surface of which was afterward literally lined with dead fish Prosecutions likely will follow Will Cattleman Coming Horns Louisville Ky Nov BWill Castle man the famous tenor of the Royal pera Antwerp will arrive here Satur lay to visit his family This is IsI- sjrts1 t t010 IaVfUe torelIt i THE ORGAN QUESTION I May Result in a Split of a Congre lit gation at Lexington Lexington iKy Nov 10fter zs aliIBroadway Chirstian church one of tho leading congregations of the Church of I till Disciples is about to be split as tin congregation is apparently in fa vor of tie instrument Limit Sunday it was announced that a vote on thji 111 question would be taken Sunday j jaanti a sensation was created when lies tllrilege and on of tIll venerable and W I moiis men of thuu church niinonnretl i lila xvitlnlrawal if an organ was intt stalled When the congregation took up tin questiont Sunday the friends of Mcftar Xey offered a resolution postposing acj lion on tie matter indefinitely This wafarl1CHILD PERISHED IN FLAMES j The Mother of the Innocent Was Uu14 able to Save It Newport Ky Nov SShortly heI fore fi oclock Friday night an alarm from box 11 called till Newport tire department to the home of Mary Chit ton colored living at 1027 John street where the room haul taken flr from an overheated stove An 18montlm j 111 child of Mrs Cliftons was sleepitin a hell in the room at the timi and was burned to death the mother hung unable fo reach it the flames I havrhg gained such headway befori the arrival of the department The flames were quickly extinquished however with a loss of about 700 LEAF TOBACCO Largest Transaction in the History f of tire Lcuisville Market Louisvillei Ky Nov 7Tue largestt transaction in tie history of the leaf tobacco market of this city has Just bren closed It is the purchase by tho Continental Tobacco Co of 2330 hogs licads of rptiriwi Green River Pryorft I from till Pickett warehouse The a gregate cost was in the neighborhood of 2fiUOiiO In addition to this thtt Continrntal bought 1018 hogsheads of Green Hirer front the LouisvilleI To aco Warehouse Co last Friday pratj tieally cleaning up this variety iu this local marketI I SOUGHT TO END HIS 1 LIFEI Couldne Be Boss of the Family So Bauer Attemoted Suicide Louisville Ky Nov SJohn Bauer an aged German attempted to commit Fr1daFr1 t II am 71 years old and as I am oil er than my wife and eight children thought I ought to be boss When I stopped being boss I thought it was time to quit 5 livingIFrench Ballot GirlsILexington Ky Nov ltlTwo car thuFFrenchcial from New York to New Orleans attracted all the giddy young nun Itil the depot Sunday night during thcj trains stop here As not one of tho local young men could speak French anti the dancers did not understand i English there was much mixed mash ing which furnished no end of amuse ment to the onlookers Negotiating For a Road I RPICIatIpurchase of the Tennessee Northern road and expects to build through thi Powell valley into Middlesboro where i a connection will be made with thetf I I IrtoI Ir Irtt Brothers Narrow Escape i Lexington Ky Nov 7To escape being burned to death Isaac A Ackerj man and his brother John Ackermanl C O car cleaners both jumped int4ti the town branch Their clothing caught fire from the explosion of a lamp and xvas saturated with oilj waterrand 10CharI17Cox I IiIwere taken at Olive Hill Ky to which I place they had eloped and broughf I back to this place Cox has a wife and I Ifie children Carrier Died in u His Wagon Ky Nov 8liIi DC laney a mail carrier to the Harvit I land post office In this county wa i found dead in his wagon The wagon i was standing on the roadside about two miles from the city Death was due to heart disease Lay in a Field All Night j Petersburg Ky Nov SJohn J Berkshire 70 a wealthy farmer and one of the largest fruit growers IiaI Northern Keatucky was paralyze3zand lay alone la the field whew be baa gone QrLUck COT alIht f f a tl 4 WE HERALD N i iSENCER COOPER Editorst HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Nov l13 1002 L EDITORIAL i ERUPTIONS i Tho elections over now for the Novenibor wedding 0000 Have you heard the remark It t i was just as II predicted 0000 j Many politicians are now seein- K iI iIthemselvesi as others see them i oooo jjII West Virginia has more coal than Great Britain and tiio State iis only forty years old 0000 I Both Democrats and Republi t 1 Icans seem to he pleased but mem t tbarsof many other parties are not saying a word 0000 It is suggested that if Italys brigands get Schwab they will make the Ellen Stone ransom case look liko petty larceny 0000 Tho election is over for which wo are all thankful All there is to remind us of it are the charges of fraud which usually follow OOO- OUnseasonably warns weather allover tho country but in view of the fuel famine East and North this is cause for general rejoicing aa 0000 t conmissionI i coalier it is digging coal or running a railroad 0000 Many debating societies have been struggling with the hard coal r problem Well they lint a de batable subject and a hard one to I Iwarm up to OOO- ORooseveltt l seems to take delight t Fridayti The first formal cabinet meeting since the adjournment of Congress convened last Friday 0000 Apples are so plentiful in sonic parts of the country that they are bringing very small prices Lots intoSIt cold storage until such time as they t pricesti 0000 Womans rights prevail in Abyssinia There the wife is boss of the shanty The house with all its contents belongs to her and if tho husband offends her she turns him out until ho fully repents and makes amends 0000 Londoners who are so greatly tickled because J Pierpont Morgan has apparently been beaten by C I T Yorkes another American in a struggle for control of the under ground railways in tho British me tropolis are reminded that tho American way is first to fight then to unite 0000 li t So do we John Mitchell says I look forward to the time when strikes shall be no more j when i ponce and justice and right shall bo secured for those who toil j when labor and capital each rec ognizing its rights andobligations to society shall work in harmony for the common welfare of our country and the general good of allour people 0000 Colombia believing now that we are compelled to take tho Panama route is getting greedier She demands 10000000 instead of the 7000000 first agreed upon As ready cash is a big consideration with such hungry politicians as rule her she is very anxious to have us begin at once to pay her 000000 a year instead of waiting fourteen years for the annual rental 0000 c While it appears from statistics gathered by tho Postoflice Depart maul for the past fiscal year that certain crimes against the postaV laws are on the increase tho regip tered mail seems to bo pretty wall a safeguarded Tho registered mil handled during the year compr edtr 82831400 pieces andactua1oss WUeastamed n only 171 casesJ so- f rs that the average loss was only one out of every 30516 pieces 0000 Sarah Bernhardt seems to have completely buried the hatchet so far ns her former objections are concerned For thirty years she declared she would not play in Berlin until Alsace and Lorrnino were restored to Franco This res olution has finally weakened how ever and she has consented to ap j pear at tho Royal theater 0000 Two weeks before he issued tho proclamation some of the nowspa pers commented on it as follows President Roosevelts Thanksgiv ing proclamation is a good sermon an excel lont stump ppooch and an ItiI is not so smoothly worded as some documents of the kind but it says considerable in a genuine and hear ty way Capt John Patrick an oxofficer of the Fourth Kentucky Volunteers i in the Spanish war and at present havinggboon summoned to appear before tho Brcathitt county grand jury and testify as to tho assassination of Town Marshal James Cockrill who was shot from a window of tho Courthouse writes Judge Rod wino from Lexington declining to come unless accompanied hamilitary escort He declares that ho knows one of the men who fired at Cockrill having seen him at the i window and that he had two ac complices lie declares that if properly protected he will give ev idenco before the grand jury that will fasten the guilt upon the assassins one of them being now a deputy sheriff He writes J was ian eyewitness to the killing of Cockrill and there were sonic two tor three persons doing the shooting I recognized one of them who is now a deputy sheriff as I am informed and if 1 should come be fore the grand jury I think I could furnish them enough evidence to indict and convict most if not all 1of the parties who are implicated iii the Cockrill murder A dispatch to the CourierJour nal from Lexington states that as yet the Sheriff of layette county has received no writ of attachment from Breathitt county for Captain i Patrick Should such paper be received und served it is intimated that Patrick will seek release by means ofa habeas corpus suit be- forei Judge Parker of the Fayette Circuit Court- Following Capt Patricks lead Moses Feltner and Attorney J B i Marcum both of Jackson have filed affidavits with Judge Red wino Feltner states that in May last he was invited to County Judge Ilargis office where ho met Sheriff Ed Callahan John Smith John Abuer and Judge Hargis who told him he must kill J B Marcum to i heiI consented and was paid by Judge Hargis 35 as the price Several plots were laid but he invariably I warned Marcum and all failed Marcum states that he fears to appear at or near the Courthouse never goes out at night and has not visited his office sinco July 15 He is also afraid to attend the present term of court- CourierJournal r As an illustration of the way the Godand Morality party carries Pennsylva nia this paragraph from a Phila delphia paper is pertinent Over onethird of the popula tion of the Third and Fifth wards is foreignborn and yet out of a pop i illation of 24693 natives there was Tuesdayjtwo and threequarters of the whole I number of natives and one to ev cry four and onethird of all na tine foreign white black and i i mixedof all sexes and ages The same ratio would give Lou t isville nearly 100000 votes though we are never able to register half that many Tho last report of tho Superin i tendent of tho Rural Free Delivery credits Iowa with a greater num Stateimore will bo added on the 15thof the present month The annual cost of extending the system all j over tho country will be about j 40000000 and will require the employment of 40000 carriers I The auporfa1lther wo are enjoying renders the average man somewhat indifferent the matter of business Consequently farm ers and others in this section are tardyin making their autumn and winter purchases As a result our merchants have reason to complain v t G dull times Tho outlook for Iof business later on is enconrag aging and TilE HEKAID hopes to be among the beneficiaries of the improved conditions when they develop Response to Apology and Ex planationiHundreds of people waited with t almost breathless suspense for the appearance of THE HERALD which was absent two long weeks from their homos but its advent last I weekwith abundant apology and explanation made all well People scarcely know how to appreciate a luxury until temporarily deprived of it mid we sincerely hope that a dearth of printers or matorials will not again occur in tho business de I partmcnt of THE HEKAID which for many years has peon a bacon light to tho people of the moun tains Its newsy columns have cheered them in the gloom of ago and made buoyant tho elastic spirit of youth j it has been a welcome visitor to those seeking an avenue i t coltresplendentIwith choice news concerning and current topics It has shed sunshino upon tho despondent and sorrowful und when tho humble family circles around tho rustic fireside at the close of tho weeks labor it is there and always a wol conic guest MACK Fnvu- ItI Part of above was cut out because of its fulsome flattery of the editor limit for the edification of Mack it will next week appear in full tho editors modesty to the contrary notwithstanding j Strength Comes front well dleesUtl ami thoroughly sltnilatet foodl Ilnode Sarsaparilla tones the I lhtItlte rgtms and thus hlllhb up tho dowuI f ereisfcI Federal Court is in session at Richmond A rich vein of copper has been found near Dreyfus Madison county Henry M Bosworth of Lexing ton is out as a candidate for State TreasurerGreat preparations are under way to commence coal miiimiing on a large scale at Nebo The Contrary Creek Coal Co of Lee county capital 50000 was j incorporated last Thursday j Jacob Rigrish exUnion soldier husking corn in a field in Greonup I county fell dead of heart disease L L Delaney 50 mail carrier died Thursday of heart disease in his wagon near 1Iaviland Franklin I county I IAI Berry and associates are pro moting the construction of an elec tric road between Louisville and I CincinnatiDrilling for oil is on the boom in the vicinity of Barboursvillo I Several good wells have recently been brought in Parties who have been dynamiting fish in the Kentucky river near High Bridge have been recognized j and will be prosecuted- At Morehead last ThursdayI Eben Proctor a juror in the case of Harvey Mooro accused of kill ing Finn Toliver suddenly became insane and was sent home A new trial will be necessary At a frolic near Clays Ferry ii Madison county Sam Anister Jilt I Young and Gent Gray conspired to maltreat John Bush Anister was badly cut in the melee and with Gray and Young is in jailawait ing action of the grand jury editorlofprecludesl the publication of the news of our sister city and sur roIgrot ally Having suffered for three weeks with acute indigostion the editor of this paper can heartily sympathize with Mr Sewell and sincerely hopes that ere another issue ho will be himselfagain Tho convenience of a bank is ap parent to every man who ever did business in Hazel Green andnow that we have the opportunity through Mr Russell of securing such an institution we should im prove it by investing He will take half tho stock and asks only the privilege of naming the cash ier all tho other officers to be selected by our own people Surely the proposition is fair enough and it is well to remember as we go along that the Lord helps those who help themselves ijJID J TAYLOR DAY CARRIES IX STOCK A FULL LINE OF v j IJoo K Ladies Dress Goods t l- Gents Furnishings J3dpl I Ladies and Gents Shoes pg = p rStandard Groceries Ybp f = g I Lamps and dueensware f 8 9 3 i Cutlery and Hardware A 5if j Boots Shoes Hats Caps S a lpI In fact eYerYthing usually r found in firstclass store 31i t i i THEnAY II min 111I cI- i iNEBl1 i r CARRIES A COMlLhlE USE OF i MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS I DRESS D- TRIMMINGSi c cIjG And sells everything so low that time poorest may buy I i CLOTHNi I I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend j to close out and if you want a bargain in this l j line do not fail to call at once S OESAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLYII Jo lVIw ROSE q THE PEOPLES FRIEND i THE CHICAGO POST THE HOME PAPER Every FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post I i Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago PostII Every GRAIN Shipper should read daily The THE CREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU I Subscribe throurb your commission arm newsdealer or pUbUbcr ot nC51iII per eoatatateg thIs aJvert5omcnt Stmptc capcs scat tree un reeucs THE CHICAGO POST Chicago ills yf l il ri i HallwayiS I HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT Time Table in Effect October 19 19021 II i II F PIERATT Judge TJOUNDWf I I J1II 1 IAMLyeJourI i 3 ateluJOHN H ROSE ate I 3 l5rI l oitI113 am 0 1 0Id lUIHju tallton1I 93 ate CIRCUIT COURTa m SlIt i7 aUlojI amThirdmu 29 am I lunSeptemberMonday in April and Third Monday in Ii tt iDAvm B REIHVIXE Judge HOUNDJC C HAYES Trustee Jury FundDtuiy 1 STATIOSSII ex ji Dut sutdaylCOUNTY1 Ij I First I t pat1VImFRAI I amCI 7i Stanton 57 4 01 pm J H LITTLE Jailer 7 7 2G 47am are 1lliI i Clay Cit- vLUJJuticu fti 47 jm pmJouxI J umFRANKW TAULCEE BRANCHoI MAGISTRATES COURTS Tluis OF IIOIDIXO AND OFricmAlsEAST BOUND FIRST DISTRICT EIIAS SnocKEyX33Magistrate No time set for holding No 1 n i1cx STATIONS = Daily cz courtsunllllIf 11 i Snuday =I Jackson 0 u 20 ys 2hII February May August and November oJlO 111IIJ1U11tOIl113 1152 THIRD DISTRICT W B i 10 12 J istrate HENRY C CulImLt Constable 5 lZ r Ilclcchawa 2 12 2s- LCourt P1fARrMaydays Second Friday in FebruarI i Cael Clt 45 FOURTH DISTRICTR It LEGG WEST HOUND Magistrate WM SIEXCER Constable Court days First Friday in March No 34 a o J SunJavFIFTHD I g I Magistrate in both districts DA =0 I15 eJaekson 2 35 BANKS Constable Court days sl lt Il0 IOKJunction C 2 no Friday in February May August 821III albUrstII l i ss November I lInlUlI 3I 1M 2SSEVFXTH22MagistrateCourt days First Saturday in IarcbA r KvE P MLVK June September and DecemberNos I t forLIGUTHKenMagistratetime for holding court 1I11 v os 1 and 2 connect at L A E Junction The bank at West Liberty is do SterlingantiPOtutsing 4 connect at Battyviile and that bein dailygcitizens having surplus cash shouldlnASsCOTr BARR Gen11oUIager etreadePs A r J ri DR WTO 1RESTOREDMANHOOD 11EIiyTLIle PILLS I dlreonot A IQr Fallo 1101 Kron y wrlllriTW i ul to biiv n LYUitAviraaGdNG toe to rnro or rcfnnil m nmnOT SliitllO rlnrltwW JIU MOTTtCUKMltALCOClVvtl1udOh ll- I Xr LYONS LEWIS IIYLTON JLyons Mylton 1rf 1 DKALEKS IV Generall Merchandise F MAYTOWN KENTUCKY CIIIIPERi k andithat this sounds like Carrying Coals to Newcastle On the other e hand The Proof of the Pudding is in Chewing the Bag omit if you willonly give us the chance wo will make you a satisfied customer K F PIERATT IL C QUICKSALL H Fe PIERATT i COe DEALERS IN 011 II oooooeeooooo000000000 ooooaocc 110010 Ila 110 I II Fi GeneralMerchandise IIIIUlocOl I I co II Live Stock and f Country Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH ns that is the only safe l slut reliable way to do business 1 PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDITa r Very respectfully a f aH F PIERATT CO 41 All parties now indebted to mo fli should call and settle or there will IfJ be A HOT TIME IN THE OLD fI i VTJT TOWN TODAY as I am deter fajfo tmined to windup all my outstund Jy f P Sing business Thanking YOU for iw M B ty t past lPatronage and more especi fff p I 2 ally if you will pay me for my r z- tr M goods you have consumed t q qIremain respectfully f f f filrH F PIERATT f CECIL BROS d 9 tOpI8ff Fancy Grocers J i f Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods ATPLLE BUTTER 13c quart jar JELLIES till kinds 3 glares 25c v PEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound Me to Tic per pound ISUGAR COFFEE best in town UONNIE SWEET ROLLED POTATOES OATS toe 12eff KRAUT 3 pound can lUc 1 CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 5c- 4 C3IIAENESS BRIDLES GRANITE WAREc fie Everything first idais and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us W T e CASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise I and Country Produceii HAS sow os HAND A LARGE ii well selected stock off Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AND GENTS TIES 1IADIES MADE CLOTHING AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES rPATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS a c Ij YIn fact everything usually kept in a firstclass general store Call and ex umiiie his stock and hear his prices He will treat you nicely I ROSE DUNNING PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS I I AND WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY jj rIInattention farmers of of theII cinity to their im proved facilities I f for blacksmitbing and wagonmaking as well as repair work of all kinds I A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is re specif all solicited and will be duly ap preciated BeapectfnllT co RQgE DUNNING j a L OLD FATHER TIME Has made remarkable changes in the manufacture ofjj WATCHES AND CLOCKS We carry a true of Newest Designs and latest improved timepieces PRICES RANGE FROM i5DG to 5DD llDwanll buyIFRED J HEINTZ East Main Street Opposite PhuMiix Hotel LEXINGTON KY TREES TREESI THE MILLION IHi Ornamental Grape AsparagusI ard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents but sell direct applicationBoth HeF HILLENMEYER ai LEXINCTONI KY GEUOURNOTEREADSEa1eIOJI r rL j HEBKDJ FJ f t r c 1S e U kit SW1rL 7 fC t N Impair3d Digestion May not b nil that Is meant lby tiytptptia now but it wl l if ntilorte I i The unei cirt 4 after ratine fits of nerv ous hoadailK smiriwss of UK stomach and disagreeable belching may trot b very badl 11 now but tlKy will be If the stomach iis suff rc l tr grow vaUcr- Dyspop i t iis srlt a mlwralile disease a 1tMt the irtilrvy to it titinM be given early attciiiiH ibis is comiiteteiy over come b- yHoods Sarsapa liar i WbICbbtl h crllrdilivesyetelu- A X nark shows that your time Is up3ndJunle you renew at once you say not pet the paper next week rMiss Hiltln Ilnrton of Camanjo is the gtitsi of Mrs F N Day this week Threo pilntltlItn from Paris are at Swaugo Spring but their names have escaped us inItcreased its deposits 100 per coat within sixty daysIDouglas Evans anti wife of Campton spent Sunday at the home of John Evans See ad of Dowoose Wilus and when you have brick work to do give him your orders i Miss Clark Long who loft how last June lilts Ixen visiting in Illi nois and 11 Union KyiA card retetived from St Joseph Hospital Louisville states that James S Day iis lowly improving CATARRH of UK min H FOR stoinurli lMivcl mid more delicate organ take hand Snrsuin rillait is A RADICAL CURE Goonji lingo freight agent at Rothwell was visitingi relatives and friends here the latter part of i last anti first f this week j Powell Hose who has been dan gerously ill at Stillwatur for a week past was said to Ie considerably better al WWSdRY last A littI ntrI riH oji the part of our pii irL wtuid soon demonstrate that hazel Vjnwu and vicinity are as rich in mineral wealth as West Liberty The Mothuilist parsonage has been repsired nnd ltov W S Tyler the euppiy JJtr IJnllll Green Sand field Koso ChaiwIOtt is now oc cupying the same with his funnily roil lIl1nlollirrulnrderlrrmrlyfnsladraalli tccNlLunapvsrwdrrrllcu Vt tffWiflmffff Sold by l1 C tamper ljri Y Creek 1v1v Sivatigo Mnvtown IvyI u =E C Dixon dry goods drum mer of Cincinnati T C Neal of West Liberty agent for Chicago Portrait Co and A J Howorton were tho latest arrivals at the Day Houseii The opera chairs for tho new Academy assembly hall have ar rived at Helechawa There are GOO of them and they are of tho very latest style Clarence Maxoy representing Patton Bros was in town tho lat ter part of last weok and by tho way he is one of the cleverest boys on the road t James Cecil has bought of Trr Gevedon general agent for tho DII t H Baldwin Company a300 1piano to bo made especially as a present to his daughter Miss OVa B j Bruce Dull of Spencer and Miss Minmo Horton of Camargo are visiting here Tho former is tho guest of John Evans and Miss Horton is with her aunt Mrs Hilda Dar ti Oil excitement at West Liberty I I t is at high pressure Little wearo t ld invest ovory uoysII they can scrape up aiularo h streets soking investments of ten j cents at n clip j failed1tolampitonipchester Bankof a d Wiachf tor Ky JJo spent several days nniig our citizens and made a vory favorable impressionj Dr T M Wuldeck has decided to locate at Stoops in Montgomery county for the practice of his profession but will leave his family 2 here the winter at least to enjoy the advantages of Hazel Green Sr Academy John Davis who is erecting thoJ Iibcjltk y 1138s l wife and children and toldour man about townthnt work on that structure was temporarily suspended for want of brick He thinks however that there can be no doubt of its yearMrsays that they will do business in the new building beginning Juan ary 1 190- 1Forrest Cecil has tho thanks of soenIeiI delightfullyi delicate dish that has graced thej l clayand I anything solid fo three weeks iit was tloblnlpreciuhle i TUB HIIAU has always claimed that tho wealth of Kentucky was under ground in tho mountains of gasdiseovoriessection I claim but now comes the news I that diamonds of the finest quality I have been found in Elliott county Huh for tho mountains I I Does the brainless inincompoop who shot several holes in the new Academy water tank know that he committed penal offense as well as an act of senseless vandalism A sport so fond of exhibiting his marksmanship on defenseless ob jects should go to tho Philippines and try his hand on women and children At any rate he should soil sonic other clime ore the aui thoritit of tho Academy and the I local oilicers of tho law identify aunt punish himIA MrI Russell was hero this for tho purpose of weekII bank in our town nUll if he meets I with proper encouragement we will soon hays that muchneeded insti tution His proposition to take half the capital stock is we think exceedingly fair and the conven ience of such an institution to our town is apparent on its face Let I us by all means have tho bank If West Liberty Jackson and other places of no more commercial I importance can afford a luxuryof that kind there is no reason why Hazel Green should not lead the i van I Doweese Wilgus has rtn ldof Ed Cecil the house recently vacatl ed by Rev II D Adams and his wife and family will be domiciled there the latter part of this week or the first of next The editor of j this ipaper and his wife have known childIhoodI I ominend him and his family to the people of Haze Green Tho ladies especially shouldcall and welcome MrsI Wilgus as soon as she arrives and our word for it they will find her a very agreeable addition to social and church circles Aunt Roslyn Linden who was stricken with paralysis two weeks ago today is improving to some extent Aunt Roslyn has hitherto enjoyed exceptionally good health and being suddenly stricken her family and friends wore alarmed For a week her condition excited tho gravest apprehensions as she could not see nor could she bear to be touched by nay one She has recovered her sight and is gradu ally improving but still suffers from excruciating headaches Mrs Joannio Hargis and Mrs Minerva Hays are with hor and she is progressing satisfactorily toward what all who know her hope may prove complete recovery On Fridayof last week at tho depthof 1200 feet the oil and gas company operating at West Liberty brought in a well of what is said to be the finest quality of dark green lubricating oil After pump ing out twelve barrels there still remained bOo feet of oil in tile pipe and experts say tho supply will prove almost inexhaustible Capitalists from all over tho country have been flocking to the town in droves and there is groat excitement The well is right in the center of the village and tho place may Provo a second Oil City Fell and Broke Her Leg What last week may have seemed a piece ofgross carelessness on our part was that no mention was made of Mrs Lou Days misfortune Tho fact is that the following notice had boon printed on the outside of our issue for Oct 28 That part of the paptff was tlTrsjvn away and sup poling that it had been printed w omitted it last week The many friends of Aunt Lou Day Aiino hostess of the Day House will regret to learn that on Friday misforItnnoI r ja iJ a Hiif ot lit I Ithe ankle is broken and the atik joint is dislocatsd Dr Cent dressed the wound and thinks she will be disabled for six weeks ptl least What makes her case wor d householrat some woman will hire to run the i hotel during her illness 15 Cox of MontgomeryIIGeorge Ifas rented the Jim To Pieratt property and will locate with us at once He ia with tho Chicago Portrait Company and i away from homo much of his tim Feeling that Hazel Green is onoo the most quiet lawabiding towns in Kentucky he concluded that lhe would rather leave his wife here than anywhere else during this ab sences It in Your Hose IKeep bowels fail to nee prop LAXATlvaIthe kidneys liver and bowels will keep I j your system in good working order and i mike your complexion clear I i Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek j I j W W Swango Maytown Ky j The Prodigals Return The little town of Hazel GreenI is good enough for me has in oflseveralofl r debfennel and greenbacks wore found really baled in tho West jI have left here in quest of the various j Eldorados elaborately pictured IIj in railroad guides but no mat Ii lover more fully appreciated the j town than does Taylor Johnson A few months ago he left for Kansas temporarily located a Parker and tried it for a while Then we heard that he had boughttii j property at Bushton 111 which he did but soon became dissatisfied and pulled out for Kentucky Sunday the news reached here that he jj londaYrhef Henry Pieratt and within ten days iI willagain bo a citizen of our town The people welcome him back with open arms and he promises that when the Western fever strikes him i t again he will work it oil iDR +lrrrtvrrt a BbrumaU5m- KIDNEYandBackach BACKACHE CUREI j I KyIIBirthday Anniversary Joseph IP Hose exRepresenta tive of Wolfe and Morgan on Friday last celebrated tho 58th anni versary of his birth on whichoc ens ion the followingnamed closely connected relatives were present First his father aged 77 years Mesdames Eo F Cecil 0W Cecil and Chas Cecil Mr and Mrs C jj S Sample of Maytown the latter I the hosts eldest daughter Mesdames J H Hlkins and J D Rose Jr of Lacy Creek Mr and Mrs J Caesar Linden of pillmorei Creekthe latter another daugh j tor and Mrs J M Rose and daughter Miss Carrie of Hazel I Green Tho gentlemen were EIft F and 0 W Cecil J B and Char ley Cecil C S Sample J B El kins J D Rose Jr Caesar Linden and Jetlie Rose The occasion was one long to be remembered by all who participated not alone fori family fellowship but in remembrance of an elegant repast prepared by Mrs Rose and all presjij eat expressed the hope that the j i host might continue to celebrate similar anniversaries for many a year to come A noted healer in town Moun tain Herb Salvo cures cuts burns tetter chapped hands etc and is guaranteed to cure or no pay For sale by T Gordon Wells Hazol Green Ky- COUNTY NEWS NOTES j STILLWATER SPARKLES- J M Taylor was called to Lee City on business Friday Misses Millie and Ollie Swang- were welcome visitors hero Sunday Mr and Mrs Charles Terrill of Boothe aro visiting friends and relatives hero We have been feeling vory badly tho last two weeks without tho dear old HERALD Mrs Kitty Combs wife of Isaac Combs of Campton was buried l here one day last week Mrs Stephen Collier and family returned home Thursday from a trip to Virginia They report a fine trip and good luck Two of the Perkins boys of Morgan county have been taking pictures here the last week They do good work PRESTO Nov JO it rt- r r leOCTOBER IrlIY FMTK LURE Mrrrily oh merrily call the quells B9Over the lullabies bare and brown and nt evry gust uf the chilling wind The yellow leaves came dancing down Whirling and Haltering through the air IiFlying hither nnd thither nil around Fulling on brooklet and trodden path And weaving a carpet over the ground The spiders weave their silvery wells illAcross our pathway from tree to tree And from branch to twig and twig to branch The slender swaying lines we see I Laden with dewdrops like strings ofjewels SlHichI and golden and all a shire supej i I NWath vinefI The apple orchards with rows of treuIAre all nblooui through these sunny day I I With apples striped and yellow and red lad the fields of browning tasseled maize Are gently astir in tilt autumn winds While out iu the woods the nuts come down- Pattering thick on the fallen leaves Oer Natures carpet 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IdaWas Very it Paihlonablr a fashionable summer Oh house yes Every Sunday we had t for dinn rihat had been run over i ttboarding automobiles Chicago I t f I I of the kin horrible plague I afflicted in one way or an t I other Only one safe never failing cure rjl I Doans Ointment At any drug store 50c An idea that young men want to get out of their heads is that another job is r a better job because there is less work about I I science on1YJine Indianapolis News I harmless Positive cure for coughs colds I asthmaII ISomlboWI areII I IPlltnam Fadeless Dvos do not slsln the t hands or spot the kettle except green and r r rpurple1 I I crowdedI Another Club woman Mrs W 11 Haule of Edgerton Wis tells how she was cured of irregulari ties and uterine trouble terrible I pains and backache by Lydia E 1 Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I A while ago my health began to a fail because of female troubles The doctor did not help me I remembered L that my mother had used Lydia K r Pinkhams Vegetable Compound on many occasions for irregularities c canduterine troubles and I felt sure that it could not harm me at any rate togicitatrialI I was certainly glad to find that J within a week I felt much better the terrible pains in my back and side i were beginning to cease and at the time of menstruation I did not have nearly as serious a time as hereto- foreI so I continued its use for two months and at the end of that time I was like a new woman I reall hacnever felt better in my life have not t had a sick headache since anti weigh 20 pounds more than I ever dido I unhesitatingly recommend Vegetable CompoundMns JAV HAULK Ed i householdiI 44 ofgfnaloa4 t thcreist I all female Ills Lydia E PinkF FhamsVegetahloCoznpound Itc I mcdicineyout c ttl flLDOuCLAs I 33QSHOES8I8r I I GsodII lDullatlarerfJOI CANNOT SE EXCELLED 155 3MsaqsIvJovI nat 5 1 A QA I sacs =S23tete But Imported nd Amelcan leather HcVj- ll PcUat Calf Box Calf Calf VkI Rid Corona Colt Nat aan= Fast Color Eyelets nied Cautios IITh genuine bavsW L DOUOLAS nsmssn4 aries stamped on bottom 8l1 by mall Zc extra IIIII thJoIogfr DOUGLAS I3ROCKTON MASS I PF1IE 1- Via Dubuque Waterloo and Albert Lea Fast Vestibule Night train wIth through Sleeping Car uffcHJbruy Car and Free Reclining Chair Car Dining Car Service en mote Tickets of agents of I C R R- ud connecting lines A H HANSON C P A CHICAGO lie ANAKESIS and FOCITIVE PILES LTCVZF irtbanklrKJUI1i tettdress DROPSY qUICkreIIefandInreort DISCOVtY the Iearn7re Pr I It O5Zfl 5051 los Q NLZ 943t- i THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In She Intcrnntlonnl Serlm for November IO I mis The Time of slieJudiecsu TIinLESSONTEXT Judges 11016- l LArcl also all that Rencrallnn were gatbtretb unto thVlr fattier arl It rf arose unothrr generation after tlirm wtitch knew not the Lord cur yet ill xvoiks which HP had dune for IvraetS11 And the clilMrui ot the sight of tile iurtl and stv iJ ILiallinbII Am they ttmook the tt their fathers which tirutight them out of f tIlt land of Ignl aol follnwe1 other Rods of the goilh of the peopleI that were round about them and Ilx we fc thetlvtstunto them and provoked Llte arKer 13 AM they forsoik tilt Iorl Mini served Itaal am shturothll14 Ari5 Ii earerr f the IInn svi BgalrM Israel and tic io Irlh in mti the lantlof siwllers thitI spoiled them and He sold thtm mitt the liamis Ihenemies round a limit MI Ihit the nit any longer stand before their euiinlty i15 Vhlllirrriixvr they went out the hue Of the Lord was nKJlit them for t iIas the lord hat tald ted as the lri lint sworn unto them and they were greatly ittftrcsfed a 16 Ntverthelefs the lord raiftd tip Judges which delivered them out of tie hand ot thor that tjuiileii them olnr X T5XTihse cry until time Lord In llirlr trmitilr null lIe navrlli 5 lie out of t tin r lInh reuFs 1117111 OlTIINHI Ito SrmiTllli SKCTIOV The eorilitliin uf Israel JiicgtiaThe dtllnnrJII 21- 6TIMEU C 113- JLACl Iinaan- NOTKS AND rOMMKVTS The text selected for this lesson gives a general summary of Ithis history luring the whole 00 years during 5 hid from Itime Ito Itime thru judges III sprciiilI deliverers ap peared They were hcmcs fur Ithe most part much of tight who here and there arose a mitt led the lpeo life of the ttribe especially oppressed liihvictory Then they were natiirallv ex alt eli lby them to general ttuituvhmilmi whieh included the IIUlitIICt jtidgtall With the opening of the I hkuf i Judges Israel iis encamped fit Ithe Jor mIami valley near Jericho They inquire of I lie orUIt ii r1dun tilt compare Nfl mu S7M Judge IB 1 Sam M 1013 I Sam JIIJ etc a huh Itribe shall go up Ifirst to attack the Canaanite who are in possession of most of the country Jtidah who iis chosen with Simeon am the hIIf Josephare successful in the hilllcountry hut can not coniiier the lowlands In the north the IHebrews generally settle I down among the original inhabitants and in tIlt west the Amorito force JlanI back into the hills The last Cue of thi survey tell of the moving sertialof tilt l center of worship from iiIlIi where it hall been during the inxasioii to Ilochim pcrha l Kethcl TIlt writer declares emphatically that the failure to lIIala complete c itiiicst 5 aIis not because of till strength of the Cinaan ites but of the disobedience o Ithe Hebrews The generation which grew up inI Canaan was Iless faithful than the fur mer haul bruit Served the Haalim Tim iis terved tthe loealI liaaNI whieh were almost as many as the Canaanite cities TIlt Hauls were th tgui iiiii fItilitx both in plant nnd animal life They were sitpx ed to jIiine iipoitand l water the land and make it fruit fllllIl1iI 1heir worship waV just as much a part of farming in Caijanaswasprepnrinir the ground rind sowing the seed The Hebrews Ilearned how to farm in Canaan from the Canaanites IIt was naturalt I that with all the rest IIbex should take up tilt llaal worship whieii was considered among tthose peoples the most ini ortant part of farming At first the Hebrews probably thought of Jehovah as thcir hiatml hilt soontliey forgot Him in the fascination of hut Fensnnl Canaanite worship IInstead of exterminating tIlt native rate the Hebrews were being rapidly ab sorbed into the older population 1iuler this less rigorous lifaliI till moral worship they were weakened oppressed and enslaved by the very people for whose religion they html forsaken Jehovah The Ashtaroth Ashtaroth is the plural of Ashtoreth one of the principal Semitic deities SIte was sometimes ealleili Astarip and sometimes Ishtar Like the Duals the Ashtaroth were supposed to influence fruitfnlness in plant antI animal lift Aslitoretli was the Venus of the Semitic peoples anti was worshiped with a great variety disgusting ritehThe Israelite found in Syria n land teeming with holy places and voieeful with a thousand rmlesh ii hardly to be won eiCd at that tIlt people in toxicated with the lavish gifts of their stew home went aFJray on every high hill and under every green tree IenhTh hands of spoilers Better of pillagers And nil this says the historian was the result of disobedience Cod com manded His people as He always does only what would have hen for their good hilt they thought they knew better In tthis dark period when the tribes were scattered and almost whollv in dependent of each other deliverers arose inder whom tthe Itribes final agutirmIfeterers the people made successful re volts against tIme oppressors antI then exalted their deliverers to be their military and civil rulers their judges ITEMS OF INTEREST Cairo has the only medical ichoollln EgyptAfter lqorolJridrope Of Paris population of 2650000 1200000 are either provincials or for eigners At a recent wedding in Vienna the bride was a greatgrandmother 81 years old possessestheRussian empire Of 64 aliens naturalized during one month recently as British subjects 38 were Irpm Kussia and ten from Ger many The lowest mortality in Egypt is in thelargestrate for the whole country is 389 per 1000 It is officially announced at Ant coalfieldSmore than 500000000 ton of cool of 9od twtlItL- i11M i A 9arprli d PhysIcIan A dying patient recovers through the in terposition of a humble German Chicago Nov Li Some weeks ago Dr Ga very reputii tile and widelyknown physician living C Street was called to attend a very complicated ease of llheumatism t pon arriving at the house he found a man about forty yearn of age lying in a prostrated and- otcriou condition with his whole frame dangerously affected with the painful dill 1 ease lie prescribed for the patient but the man continued to grow worse and on- unday evening he was found to be in a ery alarming condition The knees and el ous and larger joints were greatly toII lamed and could not be moved It was only with extreme difficulty that the Ia ticiit could be turned in bed with the aid I f three or four peroonouIlic weight of he clothing was so painful that means hadtto be adopted to keep it from the patient a body The doctor MW that his assistance wouldu lie nf no availanSIl left the licuse the tottou hers of the family following him to the door weeping Almost immediately the i Kricftrickeii onrs were iuldreeul by an I liumble ierman He hail heard of the despair of the family and nownsked thcnx to try hit remedy and accordingly brought forth a Iwttle of St Jacobs Oil The poor i wife applied this remedy The first appli l cation cased the patient very munch afterII few hours they uSedit again and WOhh dtr of wonder the pain vanished Every subsequent application improved the patient and in two days he Will well arid out When the doctor called a few dayalil after lie was indeed surprisedI Ifa titan carries a mortgage it iis usually jI lucrative he cant lilt it Chicago Daily NewsII I am Hilt Iios Cure for oiuuitiulut ion ii saved my life time yiars ago Mrs Thus ji ItobbuuJ Norwich X 2Feb I IJOOII ltut Oaier bid ofaiu iinnc a inn IHIU than of a sharp one Chicago Daily News I ALMOST A MIRACLE l Case Xo 49073 Mrs MI 1st ell of 1107 Strand Street Unlveslon JxIxho is proprielor of a boarding I house at that address numbering among her boarders a dozen medical bludents says 1 caught cold during the Hood of September 1JOO and iti settled in my kidney Despite the fact that I tried all kinds of medicine antI was under the care of physicians the excruciating txvinges anti dull aching across the small of my back refused to leave and trouble with the kidney secretions begun to set in Prom then ordinary AngloSaxon fails to describe the annoyance nnd suffering I endured The fearful pain through my body loss of appe itt loss of sleep consequent loss of energy antI finally an indication of complete dissolution compelled me from sheer agony ami pain to either lie on the floor stub scream or forced me into spasms On such occasions my husband called in a physician whose morphine treatment relieved me temporarily I grew weaker and thinner atlllo run down physically that nothing xxas left hut skin anti bone All my friends acquaintances and neighbors knew about my criti cal condition soul on one occasion I was reported dead mill they came to sec my corpse At last till doc tors attending imiu held a consulta I ion and agreed that if IIuliti not tin tcrgo an operation 1 coubl riot live Preparations were made a room se lected at the city hospital mill they CXCH went so far as to have the ear riage brought to the dour to tarry me there I dont know why hut something told me not to go mill I absolutely refused Now 1 xvant the reader to grasp every word of the following A friend of ours a Mr Mcaiind knowing that my kidneys yi ere the real cause of the entire trouble brought a box of Doans Kidney Pills to the house soul re quested me to give them a trial I had talon so much medicine that I wa S more than discouraged and had little if any faith in any preparation However I reasoned if they did not do me good theyeutimhil not possibly make me xvorse so I be gao the treatment After tIle third hose I felt something dart across me liLt a flash of lightning mill from that moment I hogan to improve The pain in my back mill kidneys positively disappeared tIme kidney secretions became free nnd nalural At present I rest and sleep well my appetite iis good my xveight ha in creased from 113 to 15 pounds and my flesh is firm and solid MyI friends actually marvel at the change in my appearance Words cannot express my oxvn feelings T am not putting it too stronglyvlumtI I say IlImn leer raised from the dead I am satisfied that had it not been for Doans Kidney Pills token when they were I would have been either 1lying in the I ake View Cemetery or an invalid for the balance of my life I wilt be only too pleased to give minuter particulars of my ease to anyone calling on me not of course out of idle curiosity hut if they real lly have kidney complaint anti want to know what course to pursue to get relief A FREE TRIAL of this great kid ney medicine xvhich cured Mrs Isted xx ill be mailed on application to any part of the United States Atldrcss FosterMilburn Co Buffalo X Y Ior sale by all druggists price 00 cents per box 20 Everything Mont You Buy trodhue or stamps for our I tOOrzec catalogue It contains quotation on cvcrrthlnir you- MONTOOMERYWARD use la We Write TODAY A CO Chicago 8 FREETO WOMEN provo the healing power ot Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic we will mall large trial treatment with book of Instructions absolutely free This Is not u tiny sample but a large package enough to convince any one that it is the most suc cessful preparation known to medicine as a cleat lng vaginal douche and for the lcaltreatment of womans specIal Ills cur- Ing discharges sod all Inflammation also to cleanse the teeth IIi QtIr and cure catarrh Send today a postal xvill do Sold by tuugtt ortnt postpaid by us GO cent large box Satisfaction rBuraatccd TilE A PAXTON COZO1 Columbus AT HAMLINS WIZARD OIL EARACHE I T TOLD OF ROYALTY The chinaxvnre bennging to King Edward is valued at 2009000 nnd it is guarded with the most scrupulous careQueen Alexandra of England it is said would like to become the owner f Napoleons villa on the islandof Elbel Two billiard tables and all the fittings for tthe gullies of pool pyramids and snooker pool were purchased by the fchah when he wIts in London The shah of Persia is probably the best chess player of royal blood in the world Even when in Paris lie found time to indulge in the game every now and then hunt he says t lout lum rmupun his raimot play it It is a royal game a divine game he is reported toI lit IK aidI the other day but it iis n game that was not made for Christian The sultan of Turkey according toI an ollieialI announcement mnde ini Con ltu hit imiuuhult has finally dismissed Eni aha the Vail of Aleppo notorious as the gammieer of the atrocities at Din liekir in 1SJ3 when 2500 Armenian were massacred lor more Ithan two years tillI lint jilt embassy supported by TrenchI and Austrian representa limIts has been constant in iu efforts to have IKnis removed King 1 Edwards second daughter Princess Charlrs of Denmark is milk mig a success in literaturet from a royal ist standpoint SIte luau writtenI a Ibook but it huts not hell printed 1It is cir culated in manuscript among the crowned heads of Europe Not to be outdone by her royal literary aunt Jiieen tIna of Italy has written a poem whieh is to appear shortly in the icrmaii review Iterliner Lebeii ItI I is entitled The Other Crown and gives the reverse of the medal of roy ally as usually seen by popular ejes MEN IN THE PUBLIC EYE The retirement of William Kdxvard hart pok Iccky from the IJritih par II liament was prompted by heart ttrouble from which he ha a Milferctl for a minImII time Ilis physicians warned him t litia cunt inunnce itt public life would very likely shorten hula days Dr Ktnilio De Ojeda the new Spanish minister is almost certain to be a great favorite in Washington He Iota a diS- till lIhhcd apjHfarauce speaks KnglUh fluentlyt lute a wide knowledge of lit erature and as a painter easily lIIihtIhave made a career Penor De Ojeda is besides a man of ample fortune The late Minister Pauncefote had the Irilih embassy in Washington thor oughlyI overhauled a littleI I over a mar- zmgmS ir Michael IIlerlnrl Ithe new min iiMer IIH onTe red art Ler renoxution which jis nov in progress fin an expen sive scale Sir Michael by tthe way proieil his claim to being considered diplomat by saying loa friend in Washington When not living in my own country I should like to reside inIthis country Judge W 11 Simmons of Han Iran eico has an enviable talent as a story teller ami luau never been Knoun tore lateI a chestnut iinles by request One of his yarns is of a citien who iiird leaiing a somewhat uneniiable name TIlt preacher who was called in Ito iitlicintf at the funeralIdeemed it his duty Ito euUigie t lie deceased He had Iurmteeeileulsonic distance withI his lau datory remarks when an astonished friend of the dead nan leaned over to an acquaintance ami whispered Say Hilly are there two funerals here to mhtty MENTIONED BY MEDICAL MEN In a recent address Dr Kynsey re malTrrd llitit lie liail known richt it- tuIuepCt pmtld by iuhajamiuhIi recairnt thefiet tbjt4Hiir7iTria flopped the greaf+ niuuna ddhtetile0f De les eps While malaria iis not contagion from person to person it iis nexertheleri adxitahle Ito keep infected poroiis from healthy places because I hey in feet tIlt mumuuImtituts that bite them situ Ithcc in turn in red other human beings At the requestt of the lint ilu South African comjuiny tthe PistcurinMitiite has just appointed ore of its member Ito go out and found a branch institute at Pulnwayo Dr Ioir Ithe former di rector at Tnni anti chief of the Inborn Inn nt lille has teti nominated to fill this misMiin MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 8 CATTLE Common 3 25 4 25 Butcher steers 5 45 tW 5 60 CAIVESExtra 7 75 8 00 IIOGSCh packers 6 50 G 55 Mixed packers C 25 G 45 SilEEP Extra 3 15 3 35 LAMIJS Extra 4 75 5 00 FLOUR Spring pat 3 85 f 4 10 A IIEATNo 2 red 71 No3 red 4 7- 1COnNNo2 i mixed 57a OATSNo 2 mixed II tip 30- IlYK No 2 J3 tIP 00 HAY Ch timothy 14 00 IOUK Clear cut 18 ro 6j19 S- flitIflStearn 11 25 UUTTEll Ch dairy tiP lCl Choice creamery v 2C AlIIKS Fancy ffj 2 fiO POTATOES Per bbl I 75 TOHACCO New 3 00 JIl 00 Old 795 1C 00 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 40 th 3 5- 0WhEATNo 2 red hi 72 COIIN No 2 mixed 51 1W H OATSNo 2 mixed 28 f 28 i- UYENo 2 1 10 JOUK Mos 16 S74fil7 P- tLAI1LISteatmiJ j11 20 NewYork FI Oim Win sfrta 3 45 tI 3 55 WHEAT No 2 rcul3I1 7- 8COHNNo2 mixed 554ib 1- 5OATSNo2 mixed 3G- IlYK Western tip 59 IOUK Mess IS 00 6l8 50 LAUD Steam GjIl 60 Baltimore WHEATNo2 roth 74mf 74U Southern Sample 70 tlj74uii COUN No 2 mixed f My OATSNo2 mixed cj 33 CATTLE Butchers 4 60 Ji 5 50 HOGS Western 7 00 7 20 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 72 G3YOATSNo2I POUK Mesa Gji7 00 LAUD Steam fj1O 15 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red f 70W iORNNO 2 mixed 57 A QATS No 2 mixed 29 V4 W fa ti t THOUSANDS OF WOMEN =y DYING PROM CATARifi November Colds Should Not Be At lowed to Develop Into Chronic Catarrh Peruna Cures a Cold Promptly and Permanently n1I 4 I am glad to recommend Peruna it has done so much for iite I had been a great sufferer from cala rrhal colds un til I was urged to try Peruna and I am happy to sax that it hoe entirely cured I sliutlimttscr lie without it amid most cheerfully recommend it to others who are afllicteil as 1 have been Katherine Dautcr 209 13th St Mil xvaukee Wis Most people think the success of Pe nina depends upon the use of advertise ments Undoubtedly the adxertise im ills help some I tut by far the great leIrunaI Some one gets cured of chronic ca tarrh by Peruiia After he is certain of his cure be is sure to recommend it to his friends Friend recommends it to friend and the nvxvs spreads front tongue to tongue All the advertisements In the world could not make Peruna as popular as It Is Ieruna cures That Is the reason people like It Peruna cures a very stubborn disease That Is why everyone recommends It Peruna cures chronic catarrh after oil other I remedies fail which explains why Tautology Mrs CiiHRWiiter The direction for mak jog this the say Take tnual parts mandrake and what i mandrake Mr Chugwatcr Mandrake is a erelcas repetition Chicago Tribune To Curr n fulil IIn Clnr liny uhIdruggtitsrcfundnmouieviiui Yes faid the Cynical Codger iit iis mighty ea y to trade your reputation for money but youre up against it wiucti you try o trade back Baltimore Herald iitiwe my whole life to Hut dock blood i Itittcr Sciofulou sores covered my body I setmed heyund cure 1It It It hay me a perfectly well xxxmian Mrs HutUui lierville Mich- Conliderc maJeII Would you trust Tht Fowhit extent J cltnjId trust him t look nut fur hi own interest and that iis all Chitago Post I ThonraIl I of tutll any tort iuie sure throat c woulldI I avthlliauuaeefmmisuiIh t n t hiitlg may le greater than the gilt lit duing great thing Un Ills Hoin Peruna Cures That Is Why the People Like It V All the Advertisements in the N World Could Not Make Peruna as Popular as It Is Miss Margaret Donnelly 21 Webster Place llrooklyu X V writes PerunaIt was recommended to niel about a year CRO for catarrh with which f I Had been troubled nearly all my life I but which had given me serious trouble a few months before I took Peruna In two weeks my head cleared upI did not have headaches and in a short time felt I perfectly well Margaret Donnelly A j neighbor recom mouds it to neigh u5 bor Peruua cures catarrh pcrirjaneut 4 hnnd this way has gaineti Cr a lifelong friend People who have beep cured by Peruua many years ai uhave been I eager to recommend ernjia to their friends ever since Tl is is the way IeIrunais advertised It itlvertisga itself j Its merits are its chic aihrertfccment etasIper3tingj the dutyuif every utile to patS it n ong call the attention o f tltose who are Ito xictims to a rciuedy that rarely to cure Beware of Cheap IE fitntlous of ftrnna IJo Sure That Xou Get Iis T IeornnaII of Peruua hits templet ninny people to devise cheap iniitatii ns ileware of 14ntD3Ijj h lt It Made a Dl erDIA man of hter ry as iration jivho hail his way yet to make in bo world wrote a fMteni which he ftibmitt d to hwlwife IIe fore tenuhing it out for jii bliciticiij VhyI Henry abe saul on Ion ing it over you have made hundred r ivme wjth on ward ThAt all rii ht he tcplieil Trnny on did it n r ineil hi4 wife Tennyron coeldo such a thing hut you cant Heniy hicagoi Chronicle Tile Ht Paul Cairn tnr For IfMUl- sLx sheets 10x15 incites of beautiful re Iiroducliotiii in color of jatcl drawings by Hr on iill now i cady for di ttibu t ion aiid will be mailed n receipt of tvrcn lyfivc 25 tetitcoun or rtanii Ad irc F A Miller eneral Pacnger Agent ChicagoIlight Not lbS ler Him Yell aid the chriful wife who thoiiRiil iac had a colic rio voice II the worst come to tIn xvor IIIould keep the oilf from tile door by Mfcinpi I dont doubt that wiulittjo it replied iieftiniitic hufband but suppose the II should Pres happen to bei deaf i Paladel ICure your cough withj Hales Honey of and lar Pikes Toothache DropaCureI in one minute The hot polity is a paidJin one Chin Co Daily Xcw icesi1t ilf 1 when Ifound myself with a bad cue el ii catarrh of the head and throatPeruat tAndt WroDIrfori systematically I wasvnt rely ridof this aggravating and distressing disease catarrh II If people knew hoW efficient Pei nina was for this trouble they would tqelfaithknown of a case where the person was not cured in a short timntJeuinie DriscollIf I do not derive prompt and Kutis factory results from the use of Peruna atman1fIYinllifulltatement be pleased to f Ive you his valuable adi vice gratis Address Dr Ilartman President of The i 1 liartntamtSaniariumColnmbusOI A Quaker city gittJ tills this ftorycfli yo ling titan who ai oioilld for being Ists at a Sinner rty Awfully clad to tee jnu Mr PltnV II said the hote So sotiilIICl you tocome Ahl all the wax from New York top But nficre i your brother III am otumiiMonul to tender tie re jiet You ee we are ii bufv jpauL now tati it was impossible for both of tit to Itt ax its and to WI toed up to He which si i u should come faid the youne man How nice Such an original idea Ana xqu won Xo tillI tie voung man aistitly IfJ 1otIitt4uurg Itullctin Four flatly Trains to ft PnnlMlnn- eapolli via ChleaRoXorlliTreit ern hlnIlumiiT3re Ciiicago J a m CCO p m the Xorthestern Limited electric lighted throughout I 8 p m and 1lit p n futschedules Mot complete and luxurious equipment itt the Wot Dining car service un pialed For tickets refervationi and 1 cccriptixe pamphlets apply to our nuret ticket agent or address WIIKmiktrB2It t riftU Avenue CJiiico Ills fhereplied the Cheerful Claap JWfliait things said hotlier mrn ate now crotiteuleto him Cincinnati Commercial Tribune t J ri iJ r o1 I J riji r =f 1i mtP i l1 J ot jt F y THE CHILDREN ENJOY Life out of doors and out of the games xvhich they play and the enjoy jt jift ment xrhich they receive and the efforts which they make comes theagreater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown When a laxative iin needed the remedy which is t given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs 4jj on which it acts should be such as physicians would sanction because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from I every objectionable quality The one remedy which physicians and parents 7 IIwellinformed approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy i because of its pleasant flavor its gentle action and its beneficial effects is dii3Syrup of Figs and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by fathers and mothers 2i- L Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently pleasantly and svnaturally without griping irritating or nauseating and which cleanses the csystetri effectually without producing that constipated habit which results us5i- t lri from the use of the oldtime cathartics and modern imitations and against s which the children should be so carefully guarded If you would have them t1 grow to manhood and womanhood strong healthy and happy do not give i4 them medicines when medicines arc not needed and xvhcn nature needs kik i assistance in the way of a laxative give them only the simple pleasant and L V gentle Syrup of Figs Zl Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the j I laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices but i5 also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health ol c l the little ones do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal Sut ers sometimes offer to increase their profits The genuine article may be bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per bottle Pleasei tn rpmrnlir the litlntmp iif thp rnmnn 1 CALIFORNIA FIG SVRUP COispindon beneficial 1Jasefront effects it is al f f A Jf l0I j xvays necessary to buy fOSijfi Sfts the genuine only CTv 1sTi 4c1Irt 1