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J 1 1 .m m s K-1 ia if 'aaaaaaaaaBaSSMSS .ufffTM Bf"g t . t7.tr.Tf 1, V T Tyr1 ' flrar' The Crittenden Press !flo!v a,,- then he laughed. Tw -- - ar. o funnv ! JIo! ho! You'll be the MAKION in iuini:ii w :i'M v : KKNITi'KY. A M0HTALAXT1PITHY r UV JACK LOUO.. John Clave rhouse was noon-faced man. lou Know tne xmf. itut wide melting into the perfect round, and the noe, j J?1 K .. . . matter how lightly, on his brow, or lied his bovine countenance srown ioag and serious and less like the moon, or had he removed that sraiie Lot once from oil hts face. I am ;are J cuuld have forgiven hun for existing. But no, he grew only more cheerful seder I iasaltcd aim. lie looked at me ta ik w and -a-Hing turprise. 4 -I fight ym? Why?' he asired, dvathufme! He! he! he! Oh: Ho! ! ho! ho!" j What would you do? U was past rouinncr, nv ine wow ci uuas, i I hoir 1 hated him: Thea thet was ' that name ClaTerbouje! .Whai a apart, ehin and forehead . "lf x q"". I should not hare "" '"-or B- ' Jnes the cheek. to con.ph.te , uTrhu': ! 1am) nA nn.W A.iiii.1wtant hnm I It 10 the circumference, flattened against houe; Jnrt lkit ,to ndttkt in verr center of the face like a , "" of,il Cbvrboue: should a upon the ceiling. Per-1 hxV " ' J " "Xo- J" J- Aad lie had become an offence to mv eve. " ' H I UimJ .fc mrI. t lJ . Bot - brthourfjt me of hi mort bered with his erhapjf t of his crops aad barn M knew he would be unisons t mother ma- hare been J to meet it. a shrewd, of the moon and looked upon it orer the wromr shoafderat the vroa t -v- vBcV iimt lender to get the mortgage t But be. that as it may, hated John Claverhorj. Xotthat he had done me what ioriety would consider a .uoag or an ill turn. Far from it. in anj such sense. The eril was of a c - . him. Ah! howitrratedonmTsul,Ami.i,lhiinleni1?,w that he should be so happy: Other TMa aTlM WSmtl f A UOtl liTl( . "1 don't see any Uaeh ia it," I -aid. I tour. nwioiM." i mid. "lit: he!" he tittered. "What a funujr name!" 1 gritted bit tooth, lor hk mirth put them in edge, and snapped out between them: She wa the wife of Mar?, you know Urn the light of the full noon be . . . -. j - name! wasn't it absurd Ham- can to uffue hi face, until he ex ferred to him. 1 did not appear, but through this ajrent I forced the foreclosure, and but few day? (no more. beliere me. than the law allowed) .v - house! Merciful heaven, why rivded witH: "Well. I ane shea House 7 Again and aea:n I asked bit tou jut dote on. But he did not notice the face; "Oh, don't know," ht chaeUed "I'm oiz up to tnr prettt hard." Thuf wtw aMuraact made dou!4r ure, and I went back to nvr houe literallT hufin mrself Kith rupture. Early neit morn in p 1 taw him go Were mnn John CIatmimi Ia n- hr with K Hti nt aim mnnrurl " - -- -' - -.' j c. r e ,t. BKfU wi olixiv a in. I m" foou ana cnauet? irom ine i tno tieuona trocttmr at nw neeis. I as to tlefy deflaite aaalTfis j P"9?- Then I FtroUed down to j kaew where he waa bound, and cat la words. We all esperieac inch ! ne took i! fur a1 ' ont $ tht pture aad climbed thiag at saaao period ia oar live. op" rf years. But he through the uadcrbnuh to the top For the first tine we a mtX me w,,h hi wy of the mountain. Keeping carefuliy ni th h8ht n- of I followed the iadiridual: one whom the very P J sight. erect tant before we did not drvam '" iui u tu i , aiouf ior a coupic oi muea 10 a aai ifted: and ret. at the the first mo , -?. "- aeat of meetinir we mt: "I do cot . Ht! ha! he laughed. -The I the little rirer ramped like that maa Whr io we not like : tyko, that younter of a jorge and stopped for a breatL ia htm? Ah. we do not know whr: we fm: T w hear the like? a larist aad placid rock-bound pwoi. oalT know that we do not. We'hare Xto -?-- He was dowa py. That was the ipotl ! at dowa oa taken a distikek. that is all And io "" la S ' tft Ttxtx whel iroup of the mountain, where 1 1 with John ClaTerhoue. H " wTea in ana , eouiaeeii mat oci urnJ, ano What rieht had such a maa to be P-- tV pmpar he cried; a happx? Yei he wa, an optimist. He ' J? P P t fai alwari ul and lahinr: All me- thins weri alwavs all ri'htcurse ' He 5toPP a - lor ta lfore I mn Joha ClaTerhouse. He regarded me with wondermeat. threw down the dip net and tack, But hk kush: It irritated me, I ml tnen euM ,n damnable light, snd drew from hi hip poefcat hat maddened me, k aothia eke & a I hare de- looked like a large fat candle. Bat -under the sua could irritate or ! tflJ - - -n ft " - kn it to be a tk k of "giant;" for addea tut. It haunted me, i wnn Jt tBe rammer moon, and fach wae hi methti of catchiag riMl IxJd f ij i nea ine na: Tears trout. Me dtaamited them. Heat M- not 1m & li nthnr.imn. ; iwany. ." . " v. be: Tou don't see it, eh? He: Ho! ho? ho! He doesn't see it! taaa laaeh. Wskia? or it ! T: Iook bre Yoa kaow a paaV Tin aerost mt aad the ' verr fiber of mt beia like aa . Bw l tmtd "J nwai riL At knk f 1t it w . ---- That wa the last. I coald great -Ha! ha. aad -Ha: ho!" rose up to the sfcr aad challenged the tmn. Aad l hlar fnum taehed the fu by wrapping the "giaat" tightly in a piece of cotton. Thea he ignited the f u aad toagtd the expiouvc into the pool Like a aah. Belluaa wa iato the pool after it. 1 could have thrieked the fildtopoUmy i rtd Jt - The thiagmut aloud for Tery joy. ClaTerhoate iltsant moraiBf reTrie. Uader" " tBeT ' thought, cane ! yelled at her, bat without arail. He the achins kre when the : h,Bl! T eamh be quit of " pelted her with clod and rock, bat Thing? drooped aad the htm. Aad aa 1 west otct the hill I ht wam steadily oa till he got tho fintcretu. bird withdrew to the deaths oi the ! caw: ar K taagh re i stick of Mgiant in her mouth, when forest, aad all nature drowd. h ! agaiaa the ;kr. I she wauled about aad headed for ow, i anoe mrseu oa things neatly, aad when I resolved to kill John ClaTeraoase 1 had it ia mr ihoee. Thea, for the first time, he his danger, and started to run. As foremen aad alanned Lt the lonely where he j mm to do so in just such a fashion j me. she mad for the bank and took taraed from wm iato his owa place, came hk paagaer cachienatioes to roocc me from my sleep and make ae tose abovt aad clench my nails into my palau. I weat forth prink ia the aisht time aad ;araed his cattle into hi that I should aot look back upon it out after him. Oh, 1 tell too, it d bJ 4Ul . .U.J I L--- t i- .. - 1 I 1 -L - i i 1 NEWS OF THE "WORLD. A severe earthquake shock was felt at Skagwsv, Alaska, on tlie 11th it Sereral brick structures were iamaged. Jamea Parish, the third of the party who robbed a Mexican Cental train, near Um border, several widow ow! Ohi Ho: ho! K he! I w " w capture. ht ! Ho:" he whooped after me, and ' AccordiAf to statistic of the turned an! fled wiftlr away over j fn bureau. Jte coat of iMuimt mod the hill. j cm newspapers has increed with a The week pafoeO br, and om Sat ) orrepondinc decreaae ia profltc to urdar eToninp 1 said to him: Yo j the publiahtrs. Hk modd hi head and fPuned. w ,, ia JJ Then rou won t "wcr Uate and adopt KMne to plan chance to get a meat of thoee troui fowmts .. . pro j la the laai fw yotrf million worth of timS?r, the property of the I erunirm, t orcn cotuumed oy art. die mult of cureJeaaaefM of huntert 1 j Proideoi Dooaereit haa appoint-d Hon. (.Hirer Weadeu' Ilolmen, chief juAUcc of Macaachaaetfr, to be an aaociate juatice of ihe Cuted tatea upreme court to ucceeJ Mr. Justice Gray, who reaign oa account of ill health. Mr. Uray lerred as aaaociatc jumce for years. A dispatch from Manila tar a small party of Moron urpriard an ouipcwi oi roe '. m,w", in- ' aial ampithcater in the hilla. whew ,. ,V '" " S" down out of ?mP. Lw ed ay pipe. Ere many minute had piod John daverbouae came plodding up the bed of the stream. Beilona wa ambling about hun, and they were ia hush feather, hortt anappy 1 bww "J face treat t barks we ith hb deeper chest s i i . .. . j . .i i noie. aititcq ai cv pool, ae roicy man mratr tarnr were killed and Prirate Vaa lora aererely wounded. The More, who numbered only doxrn. were aimed with pear and swords. The next confirm will be aaked to past a Uv directed aapecially to the puninhtnent of all peraon' having tnvthing to do with offering to adl alleged imitatiaaa of United States currency, under wtuterer oame it may be called. Th u neceaaaiy oa atoant of renewed among the men, who are busier just now than they hare been before in years. A desperate battle took place Aa rust 5 between government troops and reroluiwaisto at Barcelona, Venezuela, u which the gained a rktory. The dead oa toth stdea aumbeml 16; and the city wae io the At the request of (ho Tnited States minister at Caracas, a maa of war was dUpatched to the scene of trouble to protect American ZZ ,T..TTZ,., T a" !-:.. "" ST' " PT " P- Ho did not take time to tnre." conk! be directed He had a as eUled -Mars.- i big. splendid brute, pan deerhouad I bo part btoodhound, and rsemblin Wk U-.-C ! cneme. - - . .. "" " . kj -a .srais itrnm Q him, and they were always together But 1 bided my time, sad one day, when opportunity wa; ripe, lured the animal swty kad settled for him vita arsenic and beefsteak. I; made positiTeiy n aapreion on Joha ClaTerhouse. His laugh a hearty and frequent as erer. and face a much like the full mM5 i-s it alwaysMd lJtn Thtn lelxv(ohuaTUsUalasand his bare. But the next morninsr. be ing Sunday, he went forth blithe and j ctirenui. -Where are yon going?" I ikd him as be by the -Trout. he 4id. and his nice beamed like a full moon. on trout, you know." Was there eTer such n impossible raan! His whole barvec hod suae up in his hay iUcks and barn. 1 1 Va uninsured. I knew. Aad tc t . in j he f .rTL.f lamina .nl anI.K.1 . um uihiuiii. i at idcfc - wit w tawun auk ; k Meaethiag repugnant in merely striking a man with one's naked fist j sfaint me. and, after a week of profound trenuons incubation, I hatched the Then I set to work. I bought a water-spaniel bitch, arc months old, and devoted my whole attention to her training. Had iut one spied upon me, they haTe irvuLrs.ru in. inis iraiamg entirely of one thing retrieving. I tsnght "the dog, which I called "Beilona.' to fetch sticks I threw into the water, and not only to fetch, but to fetch at once, without mouthing or playing with them. The point was that she was to flop for nothing, but to deliver the stick in all hate. I made a practice away ad leaving hex to chaie me, with the aick uTher mouth, till .-id caught me. She was a bright and took to the game with such dfigernase that I was soon content. After that, at the first opportunity, I presented Beilona to John J knew what I wa aboet. for I was aware of a little weaknes of his, aad of a little private aad civic T,swvlTOUr'M i ?Min- of which he was reulriv .v, at on, gaylv in ouct of a me of ATid VeteratelT gailtv. ' on them! Had rloom bot iwiW i , j .. ... - - v rilU VI IK not IB Vlla.ll itu in: lirJ in hi hand. -Xo, you den't mean it- And hi- month Atvnt rriA X- - "" v, and he grinned all over his damnable moon face. -I 7 kind of thouffhr, somehow, you didn't like me," he explained. it funny forme to make sueh a mistake?" And at the though: he held his sidas with kushter. Hiat :o as and below, the stream crosrd on stoaes shoot, or sub, or dub John scrow the Ascent Bnixl Ccstcra. could b . And ! s naced Llaterhoc field., and in the morain heard hs. Mt U tbMt " hd oot PP ad oHlomt. I coald aerer U-- ' ! "ot was 1 lieved that ULh aa uasaialr tf thta mit -d onjy imp-lied maa vaoona; Uurh as he drore again. Ij is he said "the x lt utx7 a- ruoeratieaIlT, could run so at. But run he !, poor dumb beauties are not to be ' olu iso m - ' that not - BtUona hot-footed after him, and liteawd for iiAtirn.. i possible tuioiuoB I And thea, just a he caught up, he in full stride, and -he To this end I bent ht intellect, i leapmc with noee at his kaee. there m6 $ a suddrn a Wrst of moke, and temne detonation, and where man and dog bad Wen the instant before there was naught to be seen but a big hole ia thegrounc. "Death from accident while engaged in illegal That wa the Trrdict of the coroner's jury: and that is why I pride mrself on the neat and war in which I vi John l'laerhouc. There w. no burgling, no brutality; nothing to be in the whole transaction, ii 1 in ure yon will agree. Xo mora doe hi infernal laugh go echoing among the hills, and no more does hb fat moon face ris up to Tex me. My days are peaceful now, and my aight's sleep deep, San Francisco Argonaut. The old custom of giving a purc to the bride at a wedding b -till observed in an odd fashion in parts of Cumberland. The Hridefrroom nm. rides himself vub a number of gold and silver pseees, and, at the words: -With all my worldly goods I thee eadow, hands the clergyaan hit-fee and pours the other into a naadlcerchief held by the bnde. Ia other place; the bride asks her husband for a gift of money or property on the day after the wrddiag. and this request he is bound in honor to cram. - A FortTUute Yosajj Kxs. Portnnaie i? th tmi man n-v.-. is her name!- he uwnsgod fall poswes a set ofgoed kabits. x between J Chicago Deify Joenh Dillon, a uamp who arrested at New Orleans for break-tag a show window, died in the parish prison, as a result of hi gmd. Dillon wa fed and there was some serwd. He was delighted be found a bag piece of meat nraalr the psece. but swallowed it. aad in a second or so began Strang i;, j . ii t i a. -faugh! it ic sickening! So, to Mound aad around, ap and down and I' kL TLl . -Ii - . .. .. ... mw viw. IU ute or so some of the prtMoere noticed that Dillon was in pain, and they called Oapi. liennyson and several deputies. They did all they coald for the man.' aad called aa ambulance, but before it reached Dillon the end came. Sereral months ago the Pacific Commercial Cable Company sought penaiiion from the executive branch of the government to lay a Pacific cable runnim: from San Francisco, via Honolulu and Guam, to China, there to connect with the British cabie to the Philippines The proposition of the compmiy was to assume all expense ot laying aad operating the cable. For the" of landings at San Fran cisco, Honolulu and Guam the company proposed to grant to the Unit ed states government special rates, and, in certain conditions of war, practically absolute control of the cable. It is understood President Roosevelt and Attorney General Knox are in favor of acceptinjr the proposition, and the senate will be asked to ratify the fame Cbas. Salrers, white, and Hurry Giia, colored, were taken from jail a: Lexington. Mo., bv a masked mob and hanged. They confessed to the i?urder of a prominent farmer. larva Columbian revolutionary generals were roctsoily shot by order of government ofhoak at Panama. vuwer joww; against ine government hare been condemned, but will oiTer strong to save their lives. Gen. Funstoa is reported seriously ill at his home in DenTer, CoJ. W. A. Scott, a millionaire, wi stabbed to death in his - in Chicago by W. U Sleabtngs, a civil enirincer. XSSSnXSiBJAif Hon. R A Alger U a candidate for the United StAtcs ttimte from Michigan to succeed tho late Jamas McMillan. Officials of the G. A. R. arc planning to oettUiish pormnncnt head quarter? of the ortfftuiMtion at Washington. A ueM' goW field has bean ia South Africa, said to be more protnbing than the territory already developed. EsSenator Thurston, of u in Honolulu on the mimion of syndicating the big sugar plan tations on the island. AlUrt miaa. of Woodland, Wis., haa ooafoasod to aaMsatnAihuj his grown daughter, who was to harp been married ia a few dar. Tnitrd Stat Senator Jamas MiMi!!a:i, o! Michipa, died from a sadden attack of heart disease on the 10th. tic was (M yeais of age. Secretary of the Treasury Shaw will haie coined $1 gold pieces bear ing the face of Thomas Jefferson as St. Louia world's fair aooreairs. A damaging storm swept or? Kansas City and sereral people wre injured by flyi.' timbers. Tha wind rcac.Sed a i clarity of fifty miles an hoar. Twenty 'fire deputy aherifis guarding a min at Darya, Pa., wra placed in jail vn a charge of rioting. TV (hpatict, it is alleged, fired a a mob of atrikers, who were endearcr.ng to prercat Mfrm from wording. V. H. Gerdee. a pramiaeat Memphis basinesc man, hearing a noise in his back yard, took his rerotrrr and went to investigate when ha tumbled aad fell, the weapon be ng diKbargwi, the ballet catering his brain. J. P. Oarnor and Capt. B. K. Creeae. aader arrest., at Quebec. Canada, ia ioaactoa with alleged frauds ia harbor nk at Charleston, gained a rirtory ia their fight against eitradiUoa, aad have been released. The I'nited SUtea will endeavor to get a rehearing in order that the accused nay be brought back to this country for triaL The treasury department ia sending oat millions daily to bank throughout the country, the money to be used in marketing this year crop. These funds $kte tecuird by deposits of bonds, and on account of the enorraoo yield of grain and oher tana product the volume of area latum throughout the country has increases during the last ytar by a large amount. On the 1st of July the total circulation was or nearly 300,000,000 more than rt was at the end of the fiscal year 1901. Members of relixiou orders ex. polled from France, specially the fisterv, are applying to the Tatkaa sutaontieg for penaiossea to settle in the Umtod JiUteu, Several of inem went to Home personally for the purpose of urging their request. A reply has been ent to them pointing ont that there are no vacancies in the United State, and betstdos, calling attention to tho duUcultv ansing from the fact that the ex'- pelled saste do not speak the Unsruase. Csnad Umc k-. suggested as a better field, as the Msters are comparatiTely scarce there, and becnase French is spoken m a Urge area of the dominion. Seven people perished by the burning of a frame hotel at SaR Marcus, levas, a summer resort The building was a frame structure. The dead are: Mrs! J. C. Undoni Sun Angelo; B. Ihndritks. Waco; -.-. rrauK cnjupinxy ami two children. Ilouion; Mrs.'.N. A. and granJchild, Houston. Cut of from all avenue vt escape, this litUe group, huddled, panic-stricken, in a balcony e the hotel, ienored all entreaties to jump into" wit blankets held by wilhac bauds. Mr J. C. Indua lost her life in seek mg to save the other of the group, and while she wa. to thorn the wall slowly toppled inward, pitching the little band into the center of the fiames. Tracy R. Banks, of Xorth Dako ta, has been elected chan cellor ot toe Knights of Pvthias. The pnidiot has proa ordors that hereafter the names of tho on-listed men of the army who die in Um Philippines U, cabled to thi. country once eery ttio weeks. When the volunteer army w,e i the it was the cutoru to cable tho casualties, hut on the withdraw, al of that the army practice is ANIMAL CORONATIONS. Beajt and Bird Follow Humin and Crown Klnt. Animals birds and iiiMtt. . , naturalh follow the exampl . i man Ining and chooc rui. j A close obsenror of the hat - tf th- sficvchless beings, bin! , bugs, thai inhabit man's mIm live in the air he breathes, lia ' that every big community ul r s ha a king of it owa often ! -ed fmm the same royal f When the black assembly m . acknowledge it new monarch f. -first time there is small chan neighborhood forgetting ii, m. Philadelphia Pres. The rook monarch ia i . the fttrongmt aad old male bird in the rookery, hi cuocerds to the throne wh i. predecessor is getting p,-prime and not well ebf? to tsk. of himself. The monarch is a thorouxl . dopot and bailie everybody. I taking the beat nesting plat nyal palace. Tie peilsag'M of hi time fighting and dm-off ndein again' the rook morals. But a ben bis fighting po dine be sooacr or later get m iag from the next beat rook heir appereat, aad the van., bird, beiag woundrd, ta polit,.. by the rest of his sabjevta. Th-1 whole community gathers rovii.' proclaims the vkior kiag . 4 chorus of cawiag that lasts hn.f a'trnoon. lKer - especially tho wild thr Kngdh forests aad Scotch n are eldom. without a kiag of owa particular district. Th claim him lord wnh accord oa one understanding, t hits able to protect them from . er tyrants. When the last rival oa the t. has beea beatea aad dmea T the champsoa, all the aad the assembly of hit. ' fawns acwepl bin aa leader or spot, give htm place at tbe.r .' and follow hi guidance aberr ' c hooves to lead. He ia usual N finest stag ir the district, aad turn for hut kiagship he ia est--to keep off all dog, fiad th feeding ground aad sceat !' . before it arrives Should a ti. stag appear and defeat him, it - . another ctwoaation aad the r takes hu place. Bearers hare rn . juo .t pressure eorrnati..r. r m animal world, and t It . r : kiag in quite another . He is not the best fighter ar . them, but the wisest and tb t. engineer. Bcavets build their hoaso ' r themselves, with the front dor der water, aad erect daaas or . -pet t reams. The best aad strangest U. who eon lead ia the oas tract i : f these work is chosen os BHnr h aad reign till he dies, when th r . . i-,',-ii-i-n i rnwrn oy ine o' tarltament aad acknowbrdfeii overvign by the yembly. Thw doae, he has to get to r and brad the building of tho dan . and he always ha the larget r.i. Wt built house in his tribe. 11.. treated with defervace, esprtu! by hi younger subjects, who fear -ii teeth, and it is the !ap of hi tail n the ground that warm whea danrt r threat eat. Ants do aot crown a king at ail, but they have a queen, whose a.,,. hm they celebrate with all pr. r formalin, and whea her tins con:. to rrign. supply the nest with tl. thousands of e$g aau r mi alone, and her sahjeeu bring b ' dole of honey and tlesh, jast .n the cac of the crowaiag of aa depot. Kterything U done to b r uprema,y complete, bsu, oner w prop rl installed as monarch. . ha plenty to do, for he lute to . all the for future f ant workers and soldiers. Bee elect that a qaeea shall rule them, too, and if any royal head . sn oe hi 10 nave a crown that ets easily upon it it k the queen bee. She u the rnJer of million of snbjeets, who pro-ten their mUttes against all the ill- of becdom. and whak ia leturT only a rulrr ho ma lay aaaambervd thou -and of The queen brc h waited upon by hundreds of servtag bees, and Lt r life is popalariy sapaosed to be re long exUtaic of honey4 U there is anvthmg raiiaalcus about a wig i i, ,Kc head it carrtr. Liailv News.