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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, September 25, 1903. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1903 bre1903092501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, September 25, 1903. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I c fI NEWIxuj w- r F J i tl J R1Q b tor and Publilaheq A nW8PAPDD POT TO INTI1U8TIS OJr aATJIBN JUJI11 uUJr One Dollar Per Year fa Adunet 1 NUAmERa lrME I d1LCI SON Y RIDAY SEPTEMBER t 1008 Ir I j j k question Becau8r mpOlnoslty Tar wldch wo love yout or the rnmmunJcntlon will bo fortnlrd t Oyster Tiny nt onto under dale or tJi bur tlo September 7 WjCUitffklan Sept 22The t1c o Assistant Foreman W A Mlllr o thti Kovornmont printing ofllcu who was reinstated In his position ty Order nf resident Roosevelt after ho had Item dlsmlFfttid because of Sinn from tho local bookbinder nilon rnme up for Informal discus Inn at the meeting Monday of the ex vi utlvo iouncll of the American Fed ration ot Labor Wo raent could U obtained at tho conIll w Mon l jV proceeding new lel1turo or th ioceurrcd- a hen PrMldcnt Whli d7 ot tbo- SlorlOlpon union ClOp aE the government printing omt PiMJdont Oompors In favour of Mllller irKitig him not to live the support ot the federation to tho pr to Ireu lilunt HooMvolt asking far Mlllera re tiioviil rent out as n memorial from the Qontral Labor union of this city and It U aald President Whit nblqu4crPrtP bllran and also bno of the moat pitimlnciTt union men of thn tJlty I- tisatd some other strong union men nt The government printing ofOco will Jolrjjr Whltmore In lug stand Central labor union of this illy Mot night took supplemental onion In ocase of W A Miller and ndopted strong resolutions which were Rent to Present tloosvelt urging Millers Ka The union carne t Iv requcKiSpHp president to modify lUs ast July to Secretary Cortrlyou In t filch the president says there must I 9iio discrimination 1m twcin union UI l nonunion labor and they further petition that W A Mll Irr assistant forcnian In the blndrrv of tho govcrnine t printing office 10 dlHiulFscd to promote the efficiency 3t tho service on charges made by thu Ilookblndera uriton which prove his iinfltnuM for a bile servant A LONGVOYAOE Steamship Texan Will Make a Trip of 13900 Miles Without Stops Tacoma Wash Sept 22Thesteamship Texan sailed Monday for Delaware breakwater direct which Is probably tho longest trip for a strain ship over attempted without stops The dlHtanco Is 13900 miles and Capt Morrison hopes to make It In 30 days As a usual thing Htcamcrs leaving Pugot sound for tho Atlantic coat slop either nt San Francisco or some of limn South American ports fur coat These stops tho Texan will not make unless It ho on account of nn accident Bho has taken on 4100 fina of coal at this port and that amount Is expected to see her Into tho Atlantic port Walthour Defeated Champion Atlanta On Sept 22Bobby Will thour oft this city Monday night de tented Albert Champion by nine and a half laps In a 15 mllo motorpnred race going the distance in 2239 Wai thour took tbo lead In the fourth mile Best Dressed Man In Chicago Dead Chicago Sept 22 Joseph U Day 7G years old known among traveling men hnd down town business men as the best dressed man In Chicago died suddenly at the Auditorium early Men day Sea TrlaCof the Destroyer Bainbridge WallhfnR oll Sept 22 The board of Inapccllnnluul suivoy has Informed navy department that the special sea trial lialnhrldge was completed Saturday and that tho trial was at factory James li Tlllmans Trial Columbia S C Sept 22At Mon days openlng session of the Lexing ton county cOIlfjJJllige Frank II Gray odered o James H Till man chnrgpd wjthjjthcP murder of N U Gonzales bo heard next Monday Eeplembcr 28- Advance I In Price of Outter Klsln III Sept 22Tuttcr wa noted at 2H4 cents a pound on the board of trade Monday an Iadvance of one and a fait tints over last weeks hKUes Tho ules Fur the district Jut lug the wcek were 702832 pouuds v ECIIICAGOCENTENNIAl Bet In MfharKe of Chicagos centennial cclebri Uloif Vhlch begin n next Saturday nm Pasts until the following Thursday night reported Monday that the pro ImnarYiloiatls were practically turn rlcto aqd Issued t program for the six npays Monday Invitations wcro sen out tor the bangtleot hie oFs tfhlel jtait8 tolar ill the Auditorium on 1i y night October 1 More than Rations hate boon Issued for Daughters of the American Revi P reception at which many of the IWH will appear In gowns of a years ago Ott jturday night the centennial managers wJII give a reproduction or the burning of tho city In 1871 In a unique display ot red Are One hun tired tons of the Inflammable material will blaze from the roofs of several scores of the tallest buildings lit tht down town districts and for BO nllh ps the city will seem to bo strUg r It with a disaster similar to that w fch resulted lit almost tqtsl do Btructlon 32 years ago Thoj scene judging from tests recently made on ono of the high buildings will be thrllllniMo tho extreme and tho AT- pillY will litirely prove afifawolnsplrlnj spectach4 r rTHE PATRIARCHS MILITANT A Mov Permit It to Recruit From r Subordinate Lodges Baltimore sept2At the meet Ing Monday ot the Patriarchs Mftltanf t 0 O F a resolution WRIt adopter l to tho mln nL branch 6 the sueriordlnatp lodges The resolution will bo presented to tho sovereign grand lodge tho Deception by the latter be Ing required before It becomes a law At the reception londay night In Fifth Regiment armory Gen 1t A Hncy commanding general of the Iatrliutlifl Militant was presented with a diamond studded sword by Grand Sire John U Goodwin on ba halt of thcfstaff of the grand tire DUKE OF MANCHESTER t He Purchased them Ky emore Cattle and Estate For 315000 London Sept 22 ThtrdUke of Man 11900IlelendluRhter Cincinnati has purcbaKM for 4315000 Kylemore cattlti and citatc ebmprjs Ing 13000 acres situated on Lough Kylemore Conncmara The plucky formerly belonged to the Me Mitchell Henry M I1 who built the castle It Is one of the noblest and most ro mantically situated residences In Ireland It has often been assigned by rumor as a probablyroyal residence It Is elltl111 atttl Mr Henry spent SZ 500000 In building the castle and In Improving the estate EXTENSIVE REAL ESTATE DEAL Property Purchased For the Univer shy of Chicago Chicago Sept 22Ono of the mOlt extensive real estate deals In the his tory of Chicago has practically been completed for the University ot Chicago Tho transaction Involved the purchase of all tho property on tho south side of the Midway plalgauce between Cottage Grove anti Madison avenues at a total consideration odic mated nt 1000000 for tho laud and 1450000 for tho buildings UNDER ANTITRUST LAW Advertising and Poster Agent Sues the Associated Bill PosterI New York Sept 22SlIm W Hoko nn advertising and poster agent Mon day tiled n complaint In the United States circuit court against the Asso ciated Bill Iosters and Distributors of the United States and Canada In which hit asks 00000 damages on the ground Unit the association Is an II legal trust mid combination operating In violation of tho federal null trust law FURNAC CLOSE DOWN Two Thousand rMcn Thrown Out of Work at Lebanon Pa Lebanon Pa lpt 22Tito Lacka wanna Iron k Steei Cos flvo furnaces situated at Lebanon at Cornwell and at North Cornwellftnd the coke plant In Lebanon are nt bnco to suspend operation for an Indefinite time Everyman Is to bo discharged These or ders were Issued Mondnyfrom Buffalo nnd no reason was glven for tho sus pension neither will the officials ad vance any explanation two thou sand men are affected A Test Ride of 2000 Miles Ncwburgh N Y Sept 2yTrooper Davis of tho Eighth airy has reached West Point being tho first of a detachment of 2 ers who started from Oklahoma 39 days ago on a test rldo of 2000 miles Boy Died of Starvation Montgomery Ala Sept 22Albert hammock a white boy aged Hycars starvationYoungcordage works tho IIbuttln down of which deprived many families ot a live lihood I Mountain HotelRichmond Va Sept 22cfbe Moun lain Top hotel on the Blue Rldgo and near Afton Nelson county has been destroyed by fire All the guests escaped The property was vfiflied at boH 7800 v i 1 rRIthrp s c d dduughler ri Jury Finds Clirtiseft Jim Cockriirs lll Coli BUntan will File a Motion For i New Trial In Caielt Is Over ruled the Case Will Then Bet Appealed j Cynthlana Ky Sept = 3It 510 p m Tuesday afternoohtheJealltscn hence was brought In by thVJlirj against Curtis Jctt on trial for the as rwlichhadOsbo ntiand the crqwd hndbcgun to think hung Jury WdS the result of their deliberations and the judge orarad l e be brought In that he might hold hEm Over until Wed nesdaV They sent back word that they would be In Inside of five minute a Briil they filed slowly In nt that tithe They took their accustomed seats The names of tho jurors were ordered called and then tho judge asked them If they hud rendered a ver dlcOand they said they had and It jwas presented to the cljjrk ot tho court Clerk T J Robinson read We th Jury And the defendant guilty and fix hU punishment at death A terrible reigned tot a tow moments Jett4mothet had gone away earlier under the ImpreaBlon that no verdict would be rreached and time verdict of death cortlng1 ill n lltMO mono than two hours after the Jury was out was a surprise to every ono In tho house Jett sat qulpUand hh lower lip trembled and he slftwly turned pale ills mouth quivered Attorney Blanton asked that the jury bo polled which was done Tie judge asked each juror when hljunarae was ritljpFIlrbmandiet Elijah McKinney Rae the fore man of the jury Hi has been a mag istrate of thc county In years past and Is a quiet determined man Judge Osbornc then ordered tie crowd to go out quietly and they left Ho then ordered the defendant Into the custody of tho deputy sheriffs who crowded about him when the death sentence was read Col Bltnton will file grounds and a motion for a new trial Wednesday morning and then In caio e overrules the grounds anil motion he aJJI appeal tho case to thtggjrjiifapP- eale at Frankfort Ky w QEN OHAFFEES ANNUAL REPORT 4 Makes Suggestions In Regard to Sol diets UniformS Washington Sept 23Thf annual report of MnJ Gen Anna R Chaffce dlpartImenla tiered to without constant changes and alterations Gen Chaffee stales hat the time seems t iiitlon of n pack In lieu iBflfifJrblankct roll fur foot troops lie describes tho present condition as discreditable The blanket mil In his opinion Is an Inconvenient thing He also recommends that fho cartridge belt be car rid on braces In order that the weight may bo transferred to the shoulders Seven officers and 1483 men were trSfld by general courtmartial during the year Two officers and 79 men were acquitted The number of men tried for desertion was 398 The num ber tried by summary court was 16 U2 of which 2548 were convicted of drunkenness MaeLayChnffee Wedding Coopcrstnwn N Y Sept 2Themarriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Chat rI niece of Mrs llonry oilman Pot ter to Robert Mall 1 of New York was solemnized Tuesday In Christ hurch where In October last Mrs Pet tor was herself married to Bishop Pot ter who on the present occasion was the officiating clergyman High School Pupils Riot Detroit Mich Sept 23The police were called Tuesday night to quci a riot that developed In the semifash bauble district of Cass Park whlVi was caused by striking pupils from time Eighth grade of the Cass school The trouble originated over the dis charge of a professor Wireless Telegraph Messages Newport R I Sept 21 Wireless messages aro now being sent from tho vlreless station to tho Brooklyn navy yard dally with uninterrupted success They ore sent by way of tho stations at Montauk Point Fire Island and Sandy Hook Champion of Pacing Mares Columbus 0 Sept 23FRnny Til lard of tho W I Snow stable became champion of pacing snares when she turned tho Columbus tract Tuesday afternoon In 2034 halt a second bet ter than the best efforts of lady ot the Manor Mazctle and Jariel Queen Fell From Her Carriage Berlin Sept 3Qulen Rllzabnth of lonmanla GO fell from her carriage nt Neuwlud South Germany Tuesday ler Injuries are not dangerous Tho queen was formerly the Princess of Vied Trout CmiKht In London One of the marvels of the London fish Ing season recently was the capture of a rainbow trout with the fly In the very heart of the city Lord Denbigh ex Iblted a fine rainbow trout which he- caught In the lake in Buckingham palace grounds The flab was In the pink or condition quite plump In fact weighed nearly ten ounces and was abut 11 Inches In length Itwascaught b JT Lord Denbigh on a small Black Hackle fly and fought most gamely PANAMA CANAL i tREATY I Is Feared at the State Department p That ItMaDead Washington S pL 33When the tate dopartmenfciosod Tuesday at oclock It was agreed thAt the Jarlaid banal treaty Wes dead althbilgh fight tbtitb yet remained Within which Ih0 Colofribjan corigress might take dtftFin1 alive action upon It Nothing httw ever had been received during tn day either from Minister neaupro at CorsllsratWt hope of a favorable Issue A repdrftis current hero that tlioColom blan congress In secret session hsclothed President Marroquln with fill power to tlegollatb t treaty if this report should turn out to be true1 Pres ident Mnrrbqtiln who1 is counted it friend of tho treaty cduld proceed uri trammeled by the tear of future reck oning with his congress In any event President Roosevelt mtisi now take the noxt step Ho can elect to prd coed under the Spooner act and take up tho Nicaraguan route or ho can al low matters to drift for the present In the hopo that a way may yet l o found to straighten out tho present dif flcultlcs in the path of the Panama routeContrary to his custom during HIQ summer Acting Secretary Aden of tbfe state department remained ih the ilty Tuesday night iti Order to be oh hand to act promptly oh arty information Which might come from Mf Beaujile JlogtiUpnothing hdd bedn received hr tier rah the Colombian charge abb waited anxiously for news from his govern menl hut likewise was disappointed Colombia It Is known Is anxious to keep alive the canal negotiations What form her new proposition with thatobject in view will take Is not known In Washington One interesting feature In connection with the leg islative situation In Colombia Is too fact that tho terms of lnethlrd of the members of the sotfaic numjerilR mine will expire on the 20th day of next July when tho life pf the present congress ends These nine senators it Is said are adverse to the catidl treaty The hope of tho advocates of thb treaty will be to elect senators In their place who are favorable totho convention It Is expected that tio campaign for tho legislatures will bo made on this issue WENT ON THE ROCKS J United States Training Ship Alliance Aground at Race Rock New Ixnidon Ct Sept 2tfhoUnited States training ship Alliance Is aground at hate rock The chip Wont Upon the rock late Tuesday after noon anti although she Is apparently hard and fast she Is In no danger At C oclock Tuesday evening her water line was two feet out of water The sea Is smooth and unless there Is a sudden change In weather conditions tho ship will be safely floated The tug Alert offered to assist the Alliance but her captain declined the proffered services A United States monitor Is standing by tho stranded vessel NAVAL APPRENTICES Two Hundred and Fifty Transferred to a Training Ship Newport R I Sept 23Two hun dred and filly naval apprentices were transferred from the training station to the training ship Hartford Tuesday and the vessel sailed for League Island where repairs will be made Several of tho training ships are receiving repairs and whon these are concluded time training fleet will bo assembled under Ilr Adm William C Wise It has been decided to make the cruises of three months duration Instead o1 six as has been the practice COLLISION IN A RAILWAY YARD Four Women of the Uncle Toms Cabin Company Were Injured Clreloville 0 Sept 23A yard en glno with a vestibule car of an Uncle Toms Cabin Co collided with a freight train In time yards here Tues day Tho car was badly damaged and four womon hurt Mrs William Kb bill Utica N Y wife of the manager rib broken Mrs Joseph tilth Oneida N Y wife of the stage manager badly scalded Miss Maude Urnnicy CIr cinnati neck Injured Miss Stevens Cincinnati scalded mud bruised Resigned His Position Knoxvlllc Term Sept 2JTulgo H Tyler Campbell of Bristol Tenn has resigned his position as assistant to Attorney General Knox to whlh he was appointed a few mont c nso Judge Campbell was the republican candidate for governor at the last eke Ion In this stale Will Participate In St Louis Fair Berlin Sept JThe munlcIpHl council of Frankfort has decided lItFrankfort sJall participate In UK CM crtlvo exhibit of German cities nt tlio xnilslnna Purchase exposition at St Louis Charges Preferred Against Shaffer Pittsburg Ia Sept 3lt was learned Tuesday night from an an hcntlc source that chaws have been preferred by Iron City lodge of Pitt urg against President T J Shaffer oJi tho Amalgamated Association cf Iron Steel and Tin Workers Cabinet Crisis In Guayaquil Guayaquil Sept 23Miguel Vl verde secretary for foreign affairs Ills resigned owing la a disagreement with congress The other secretaries arc expected to follow Senor Valveidtst xaraula In a few days BULAA1ANDEMANDSTurkey Jug to Them Itt thE Meantime beVAstatlori By Fire find Sword Colitlnbes in Many In stances Persons Being Slowly Roasted Alive London Sept ITho Balkan sit nation Wednesday presents a somewhat puzzling aspect Turkey Is show Ing signs of yielding to the Bulgarian demands and It In evident from the dally meeting of the council of minis era at Yildlz Kiosk that sUm fieri ol negotiations are Ifi progress wilt the object of averting wnr According tb a dispatch to the Dally Mall from Constantinople these corn ells concern1 two possibilities either to mako an arrnngnriient satisfactory to the Macedonians or obtain frolJ1- th great powers promises of nculmi- Ity If It Is found Impossible to avoid a war Apparently both Turkey and Bulga ria are anxious to repudiate having taken the Initiative In the negotla tions The Sofia correspondent of the Dally Telegraph assets that the overturns came from Turkey and were wtfiromtd by the Bulgarian minister on the con dition that deeds wore substituted for words and that mho cessation of whole wale massacres should become an ac complished fact Ho adds that a specific solution If It conies will cmanato from Constan tinople where tho Bulgarian repre sentatives are Invested with full pow ers and negotiations arc said to be proceeding satisfactorily The same correspondent says In the meantime devastations by fire and sword continue mid tho Bulgarian guy ernment has received from trustworthy sources a gruosomo tale of massacres tortures Indignities and burnings In many Instances the vie lima being slowly roasted alive The assertion Is made Ianother Sofia telegram that the sultan will Is sue an Irade on Thursday granting the demand for a mixed commission but this statement Is not confrmcd and would stem to be negatived by the dispatches from Constantinople- A Monastir correspondent of Hie Dally Chronicle writing September 15 says tho Bulgarian list of villages pillaged and burned reaches a total of 104 I According to a dispatch front Qdcsvi the wholo Russian Black Sea fleet Is kept on a war outing In roadluors for any eventuality A TRAIN HOLDUP Four Robbers Blew the Safe Door But Failed to Get Boodle St Joseph Mo Sept 23The Bur lington flyer from Omaha was held up at Dillon crook a few miles north of St Joseph at 11 oclock Tuesday night There were tour of the train robbers Ono Is said to have nagged the train with a rod light As soon as the engineer stopped he and his fire man wore covered by one of the men while tho others proceeded to th ex press car and demanded that the door be opened The express messenger re fused to comply After shooting nt the car the robbers piled off the dour of the car and climbed In The messenger commenced shouting but was quickly overpowered after which the robbers turned their atten lion to the safe A charge of dynamle was placed against the door and ex ploded The safe door was blown off hut In the explosion ono of the robbers was badly hurt Passengers an iie tars Iteming the noise rushed out of tie day roach and to the express ear Thc rubbers seeing that there were too many men to attack tied Into the floMs along the track and escaped BECAME A GOOD CITIZEN Pardoned For a Crime Committed Seventeen Years Ago Joffereon City Mo Sept JSeent- een years ago William iledrlck was sent to the Missouri penitentiary from Butler county to sate three years for grand larceny He escaped from the penitentiary after serving six months and located In Arkansas where he married and hecamo a respected farmer rearing n family of five children After living 17 years In Arkansas dreading each day to he arrested he was discovered and brought back here this year to serve out his tine Jov Dockery Tuesday after review ing the case decided to give him his liberty in consideration of his endecv or to be n good citizen It Is the first nstnnce on record at the Missouri pen itentiary where a man received a par lion after on attempt to escape Police Exhibit at Worlds Fair Washington Sept 23Maj Sylvcs tr president of the International As Delation of Chiefs of Police has fa ken Initiatory stets toward securing a successful police exhibit at the St Ian Is exposition Buried In a Plain Pine Box Grand Rapids Mich Sept 211cl- lsed In a plain unpainted pine bus that did not cost moro than 2 GO the body of Prof Man Wright instructor In modern languages In Leland Stet ord university and son of wealthy I parents wan buried- Loccmotlve Dynamited St Paul Minn Sept 2A Holona pecltil says Tho headlight anti front citl of a Northern Pacific freight on plne was blovn off by an oxploilon of i r vnamlte near tie staUgn here There la no clue 11 UfltUllltuuuttsmtmutlutmttlUtmmtmulf II atttpttsllDARING JAIL DELIVERY Three Prisoners Marts Good Their Ei cape at Frankfort Kj Frankfort Ky Sept 21A daring jail dnlivcry was accomplished here Sunday Squire Hibler Clayton Da and Frank Chenault Negroes the first a convict and the others exconvicts and nil awaiting sentence to prison terms for murder and robbery were tho paitlclpitntn anti they made good thfJlr cscapf To accomplish It Clie nault split the head of Deputy Jalle Merritt Vllllanis with A bottle sari ously injuring him and opened the doors for he bfhdrs ThC Negro lllh for was wearing time gorb of t1o state prison from which he halt lcon ic moved from the Jail to stand trial for the murder Of a follow convict and before leaving the jail ho stole the clll ens suit of a fellow Inmate gild left his stripes behind The alarm was given Immediately following tho PS cape and officials of the state prlsor and deputy sheriffs scoured the coun ty Sunday without apprehending the prisoners Hlbler Is a Ix ulsvllle Ne gro anti dhonnult and Day were sent up from Ixjxihgtoil KILLED IN A SALoON Light Was Knocked Out and John P Davidson Was Shot Bowling Green Ky Sbftl1r Johl P Davidson was shot and instantly killed In a saloon Joe Rush an oxt n site cattle buyer is In Jail accused of the crime There are several theo rlos relative to the tragedy anti tin coroners Inquest was adjourned over until Tuesday in order to secure fur timer evidence Hush and A son of Davidson engaged- In a ruts over ft game of cards It Is said The boy slapped Rush several times In the fight tho elder Davidson knocked out time light with a chair arid In total darkness the single shot was flred Davidson fell and expired at once JEFFREYS HELL RAIDED Pretty Girl Led Revenue Officers ta Her Fathers Stlll Mlddlesboro Ky Sept 23Lents- Garrett and Jason Butlor of Momoc county Tem were placed under arrest by IL C Hart and other revenue officers who destroyed two stills and about 1000 gallOns of liquor Miss Nancy Garrett guided the rco nile officers to her fathers still and seemed to enjoy seeing the copper cut up She said slue was tired of testrain caused by the moonshine busi ness The girl Is young and prettv Tho place whore the raid was made Is called Jeffreys Hell Bible College Students Lexington Ky Sept 2for the first time in Its history the students of the Kentucky University Bible col lege will bo allowed to play football this year President J W McGarve has always declined to permit his matriculates to play but such pressure was brought to boar upon him by time university proper that he announcec In chapel Monday that the students may play President McGarvey recent ly withdrew his membership from It prominent church because a church organ was Installed Died Suddenly in Jail Covliigton Ky Sept 23 Last Fri day morning Patrick Klloy a porter called at police headquarters and ask ed Night Ileut Illemeyer to lock him up for safekeeping Kllcy seemed to have boon drinking considerable and was attended by Jail Physician Guy HoUman Klley was believed moth improved Tuesday morning and In the afternoon Ms condition grew worse and later he expired Bellevue Boy Killed By a Train Bellevnuo Ky Sept 22 Frederick Meschor of 198 Fairfield avenue re calved time Intelligence Monday list his son Josoph Meacher 2t had been killed atlllnton W Va last Friday morning by time fast flyer on tho C 0 railroad and was burled at that place Took the Wrong Medicine Mayklng Ky Sept 21 Mistaking arsenic for his medicine Mlles Mayo Adams aged 50 a leading citizen of Thornton and a voll known Kentucky republican politician took a large quantity of the poison and died a few hours later Appointed Chief Clerk Ibulsvlllo Iyoo Sept S3 William Alfred Kelland formerly assistant general passennur agent of the Illlnln Central In this city has been appointed chief clerk to the general supcrin oiuknt of the St louse San Francesco railroad with headquarters In St louls Closes With a Banquet Mt Sterling Ky Sept 23TIes- tate peace officers meeting closed here Tuesday night with a banquet Biter nu Interesting session One limn deed members attended The next meeting will bo held in lexington on the second Tuesday In April 1301 Jewish New Year In Newport Newport Ky Sept IThl He irows of Newport and vicinity held heir Now Years religious services Tuesday at Odd Fellows hall The all was well filled all day with the re iglouely Inclined of that enomlnltlen nn a IHAD A NARROW ESCAPE I Salvation Men Mistaken For Revenue Officers Fired On J Xineton Ky Sept 22A djs patch from Palntsvllle Monday night v says Col Holt and his band of Salva Ion army evangelists were mistaken for nJVcnuo men and came near being killed Monday They had been travel Ing sonic distance and finding no schoolhouses Inquired for a crowd and were told by a boy that some men were under the bluff In the valley below They Tuft the main road and t went In search of an audiencefCite men were operating a moon shine still and when the Salvationists approached on horseback and wearing time khaki uniform they were mistaken for revenue officers and two shots were fired at them Tho guide realized the trouble and riding ahead made time moonshiners understand that they were not revenue men and services were held in the little cabin with tho moonshine still- WOUNDED A SALOONKEEPER I Capt Fred L Gordon Shot Charles Snow at Frankfort Frankfort Ky Sept 22Cnpt Fred L Cordon of the Frankfort nil Htla company and member of tilts Frankfort fire company shot and wounded Charles Snow a saloonkeep er shortly after 10 oclock Monday morningSnow was employed In and slept over one of the saloons that was par tial lly destroyed by firo at 3 oclock Monday morning He became angry with Gordon after the fire It Is said Later Snow who was drinking went to the engine house and asked for Gordon who was out A minute later the men met at the corner of Main and Si Clair streets Several eye wilnessos say they saw Snow s p an open knife up his sleeve as he approached the corner and that Gordon also saw the knife Others may Snow had only a pipe In his hand TO BURN THE TOWN j Attempts Were Twice Made In Salt Lick KyFelts Losses Owingsvlllc Ky Sept 23At Slfc Lick the merchandise store of W J Fell Son of Pittsburg and four rosl denccs were destroyed by fire Tho loss is 15000 with 9000 Insurance Felts loss wilt amount to 10000 with 8000 Insurance Tho firo originated In the store and is supposed to hart been caused by Incendiaries On Au gust 15 the lumber mills and ware houses belonging to Fell were set on fire and estroyed causing a loss of 35000 with no Insurance Thero Is much excitement In Salt Lick over the two attempts to burn the town Felts mills and storo were Salt Licks prin I cipal Industries The Fells arc njw in Pittsburg Judge C J Helms Funeral Newport Ky Sept 22Time mem hers of tho Campbell and Kenton bars met Monday morning In the county courtroom to take suitable action on the death of Judge C J Helm Tho meeting was attended by nearly every member of tho bars of tile two coun ties Tho funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon Kipling Leaves Bowling Green t Bowling Green Ky Sept 3KII Thug Warren countys fastest and heat known horse was shipped to trot at I fairs In Ohio and West Virginia He will wind up at the Lexington fat where he Is entered In four taold Kipling Is tho property of L W flay don and Saturday won the 2 IS trot here In fast time ManslaughtcrI 11 I and sentenced to confinement In tho state penitentiary for 21 years On Christmas night 1902 ho shot and killed Ed Adams after Adams had cut his Deans throat They had quarreled about n woman Billings String of Horses Lexington Ky Sept 23 Throufh a telegram for stable room sent hero by C K G Billings It Is made known that he will move his string of fast horses from Cleveland to this city noxt Saturday at the close of the mat Inee races In the city on the lake next Saturday afternoon Selling Powers Speeches Mt Sterling Ky Sept 22J W Sampson of Barboursvllle was hero Monday and sold a large number of Caleb Powers speeches Men of nil parties purchased the books Seventy live dollars was raised to aid Powers In his appeal Death of a Well Known Mall Clerk Newport Kyoo Sept 2JW H Han over G4 a veteran mall clerk died Tuesday morning at his home 318 East Eighth street For 30 years Mr Hanover has been employed liP railway mall clerk In the service between Cincinnati and Nashville Good Well Brought In Montlcollo Ky Sept 3The Kea tacky Colonels Co brought In tao Junes No 2 Tuesday at 404 feet It IS believed to be as good as the famous Jones No 1 It Is 380 feet wont or the latter and has tho same saud and till I J 1- 1jF hin BRBATillTT NEWS 4sErieoi SbP tnberGs 1003 iL WISE liAr S Editor r f xlflclmXriy tesmtlnr rd t Announce YLVliSTBR HOWARD as a iridida e the iffiea of Jailer of B nliifeagtiity subject to the 8Ctl of the 1Jtp Ill nf Brealhilt 1+ Cou lL at the November Klectlgn 1903 Weare niithjlrjturt ti minoiiiijti v Jr C BAILEY as a candidate tor the nlHccof Jniloi of HreatliUtcixirujrtulijttcl to tlieta tlouof the voter IIf Hmiililtt county at the November lrj ctiun 1003 We are authorised to announce F A LYON of Reattyvllie aB candidate fur Senator to represent the 20th District composed of the comities of Madison Estill Powell urn Jfe subject to the notion oftlio Democratic party JOHN D WHITE Cauy r loom COS Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will practice in Slnle and U S Courts Buys and sells Ural l stole Keeps good list of Farms at fair prices Spe cial attention givin to 011 Coal and Timber lands ports vnlues on ap plication Director for llio New Ern Land Company BAR Circuliitlon more than FOUKTH13X HUNDRED copies WE will accept advertisements on n guarantee that our papcr has moro than twice the circulation in Breatliitt County of any paper published A MAN CONVEHTION will beheld here on Saturday October 8d at 100 P 11 for the purpose of nominating candidates for the ofti ccs of Sheriff Jailer and Circuit ClerkAll are opposed to fraud and corruption in elections and who are in favor of a free ballot anda l fair connt are invited toattend It is to bo hope that goodthen will bo nominated fore ofli ooecsmen for whom who are op posed to fraudulent nominations and stolen elections can vote LEr EVKKVBOor COXK ANn HELl SELECT THESE NOMINEES Mr G W Stevenson of Winchester has accepted a position as clerk nt the Arlington Election Oflloars The following have been appointed officer of election for the ensuing No vember election JACKSON NO 1 O II Pollard and Logan Guas judges L T Boling clerk James Dropliy sheriff JACKSON JiO 2 James Hob rtl Jr and G T Strong judges John L Strong el jrk lireck Combs sheriff JACKSON NO 8 James Iloliinioo and lUmm Centers judges Will Hays clerk i Elbert Hur gis sheriff FROZEN Green Lawtoii and Turn Hounshell judges Win gkekelftrd clerk Win liritlon sheriff eRA wrORDS Win Crawfori and Utah Wadkine judges John Moody clerk Grant Wilder sheriff TOHX B IBIVIS Elisha Johnson and Alfred llollon judges Win Keloher olirk George Joniisoii sheriff V CKOOKBTTSVILrB Allen MorrU and Kubln liurtonJiidn es Sam Callnhaq clerk James J Turner sheriff GEORGES BBAKCII John Arrovrood and Leo Deaton judgej Alfred Oambill dark Georgo Deaton sheriff OTAY HOLE John Fraley and JAmes Hudson 1 judges J M Allen cltrk i 1ugote Mc blush sheriff LBWI81 FORK Wilson TinaMarand prison Fugate judges Win Koble eterk John Mill er sheriff SPRING FORK Sam Curp ut rand Win Olemmons judges Buok Bradley clerk i Uubon Trusty sheriff HLLlOTTVIUE Wm Bays and OH Miller judges N II Sally clerk C W I Iligh sheriff Hos a Good Man I In this Issue will b found the an noucement og 1+ A Lynn rf Heiutyviite as a cajididnte for Senator to represent thSOth Siimtorial DUtriet In the next General Assembly of Kentucky Mr Lyon has been nil active worker in the DeniociHtti party of his district and Chairman f the Democratic Com mlttee of his c anty for years Hole a hustler and a good campaigner and It nominated nud elected vill make ii district a faithful representative I LlL V5 xicjcjcjecicZie IC I oTosi r CORRESPONDENCEFrom Jtf L Correspondents rAiJ 2r E5252SiEa foHRENr Mr Frank Daniels of Illdgewood Junction spent Sunday In Winchester 0 3 Bush the post master spent Several days In Beattyville last week visited Ifslmreulsatlidgewood Junction last Bumiiiv Mtff Kate Forsliey and sot Walter of idgewood Junction were in Clay Oily last Thursday Isamu Furren and family of Ktdge wood Junction are visiting relatives in Montgomery county 11tss Maud Shackelford and Miss Illlli Bilker of Zacharlah were in Rtdguwond Junction Tuesday MM Mary Adams and Mrs Elizabeth Bowman of Zachariah visited friends at HI IRCVVOOI Junction Monday Messrs John Myers Steve Tolion and John Jones of Itidgewood Junction attended services at Zachariah Sundry Mr Dolph Coy of Ridgewood Junc tion left last Thursday for Portland Oregon where he will make his future homo Ve regret to give him up MM William Belford of Ridgewood Junction entertained a crowd of young I people on the evening of the 16th In honor of her brother Mr Dolph Coy Among those present wero MISSES Mary Brenncman Ella Proctor Cecil Bush Minnie hush Mary Gllley Amanda Cilley Sarah Vanderpool Bertha Jones MESSRS Karl Ashley Adolphus Coy Stephen Tolson John Tolson Ward Townsend John Jones Clifford Jones Jacob Bush John Myers Blain Daugherty Frank Daniels Leonard Barnes William Jones Mr and Mrs Edward Myers Mrs El In Ashley Mrs W A Jones and Mrs William Bedford p BEATTYVILLE- Mrs II Wheeler is visiting In LouIs- ville this week David Pryse of Estill was in town Tuesday and Wednesday Samuel Hurst attended Wolfe Cir Court Monday and Tuesday J A Cain proprietor of the Versailles Roller Mills was here last Wednesday- Th carpenters are now pressing the Irysu building ohd will soon have it completed Miss Cttllie Stamper and Declema Asbell made a flying trip to Old Landing Monday- J II Ilammoni left Tuesday for Louisville whore he wilt buy his fall muck of toads Lo I Spicer candidate for the Leg islature was in town Monday Lou is not loosing any time and is mixing with the boys Easter S Firesteins new building Is going up feet i the training is most done This will be the first three story buildluc in the city- Ih3Itepublicansof Lee county have endorsed the lion R 0 Hill as a sult able candidate for State Senator of the Oils Senatorial District The following marriage license have been Issued since our last letter Henry Newman to Nettie Mays 1 M Junes to Nannie Adams Benjnmine Spicer to Holla Legg Brack Stacy to Lillie May Jewell The people of Beattyvllle were much manned Tuesday evening when the L A was returning from the Junct by the continuous blowing of the whistle At first the alarm was taken as though the train had left the track but later it became known that the lion J K Roberts was away from town and was returning on the train with his wife Mr Roberts had gone to and juiced hands with Mrs Lula lut1 zlo one of Maysvlllns most charming young ladles They were met at Ihl1 train by a large crowd of friends I were given a royal welcome Thfj retired to the Ninaweb Hole wirers I they had many callers during the part of the night Mr liobvrts hn1 just been nominated hv the v Dem ocraM of the X3rd Judicial District for the Ifltce of Commonwealths Attorney and ho seems to bo wise in nolI undertaking tbe race alone ru regards is a happy life fur fie naive couple HAZARD News has been received here of tire death of Allen Couch of Yerkes M 0 Eversole and Prof Davis are very low with typhoid fever There are several other cases In town Court Is going on nicely Eight have been given terms In the penitentiary and a few more felony cases to try Rev Geo 0 Barns is preaching liars and the Courthouse has been crowd ed He leaves In a few days for Hind man FINOASTLE Douglas Kincaid hiss accepted n position with J B Ca on ns an L K bridge carpenter- A 0 Eastln is at Lee City this week setting up his saw mill c Bruce Kincaid was visiting relatives here first of the week T S Shackelford was nominated for County Surveyor by thq Republicans of Lee county Miss Malissa Shackelford left a few days ago for Hazel Green where she will enter school- S P Gentry hiss accepted a positions as clerk in the A B Akers store Frank Morris is talking of moving iris fatuity to Clay City Mrs Viler Is visiting on Sturgeon this week Charley Curray of Greedy Is vlrfl Ing his aunt- y BOONEVILLE Mrs John Breeding Js very low with fever Daisy Rose nee Sebnsttan U eon fined to her room with fever We are experiencing some of the dryest weather of the xeason Bro Ragan formerly of this circuit but now of Willianuburg is visiting his daughter Mrs Wm Abshear of South Boonevllle Circuit court cenvened here on Mutt day and Monday and Tuesday has been spent trying the penal docket and not quite through yet Bro Council of the M E Church who has been in charge of this circuit fur the pact year has just returned front tne Annual Conference at Covfngton and informs us that Rev W 0 Judd will be our pastor for 1901 Win Eversole has erected a nhaniy boat on the river preparatory to leav lag these dlglns 00011 as he eon get water sufficient and iris moved his fatally Into It It lays In the pool at the mouth ol Meadow Creek Monday afternoon was mostly taken up by public speaking lion J L McCoy made an excellent speech in de fence of Col Belknap and tine Ropnb licin State Ticket ills speech wna well received by the 600 voters who came out to hear him He was fpj lowed by John D White who as usual found fault with every party in existence except a party who favors Von en Suffrage abolishing of tho Internal Revenue System surrendering up tho Philippine Islands eto He announced himself a candidate for Congress to fill out the unexplred term of the Itt Boreing leod rind roasted Uolson McCoy and other for their action to wards him In the Colaol + While cane paign in ISM and charges that the 5H5H5ESESESB5ESESE5H5ES55E525H5HSH5H5HEH55H5ESSF- LOYD DAY President J SAMUEL HEAD JR flashier n rn P IJRA WFORD Vice President ROBT VANAUSDALL Asst Cash rn 2Ji JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK I Jackson KentuckyU Paid ll1- Surplus Capital 1500000 j 105000 Wo solicit tho Banking Business and accounts of Lumber Manufacturers Timber Dealers v MDnsillCSS Men Farmers MThrougltoat Eutorn Ivontuaiy aul offer our tho 111 os M LIBERAL T ustomorsI Within tho liinins of legitimate n l Sa52S2 COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY SES Jj j I i 4 Sya 52S 2n i2ra57525 5 ti I I The Criterion of FashiotiW n1 im rlO Ltlf St BDSt HII u I 0 HANDSOMEST D E SS WTCe o- Evdr Shown in Jncllo Iho Choicosf ts 51Jno ot NotiOlls oo ii J01 fllld Cull igon lS Before 3u ins jbat tr1Frt7v lli uEblLC1hCLtly rn PE r l E Y IIIJi OKSOT Im lUG saaasaaPSr52s525r52 S75 r ir seetiug orqiIbing over him was naell nut and compromise between tine Re puMietutS and Democratic Congreg iifiml Ouinnittteea In Congress On Monday an order was made trans ferrljig Alonzu Ciiuood std tine Aliens Imoft 1ti1I1 the Richmond Jail whert thefTOre lodged for tofu leeptng ndtto Bponevillo Jail for trial O- ntireINacnl here they were at once browghvbefore his Honor and their caws called when both sides an nounced ready for trial GawotfJ for murder of Hose went to trial Wednes day mid the Allen cases on rdaf tilt 25th In the Allen cases a IIITIclnleli sor was sent to Claycounly to sum mull a Jury to try them These case are both considered bad jcasei of mur der and the feeling ruts htgfi especi ally In the neighborhood in which It occurred A guard has been placed around the Jail to protect the prisoners anct able cairn ii 1inlbeen emploj d b ttioir f rlendfuh to defend tam sod also to aid the Commonwaalth in heir prosecutionrYALUR BJIITOIIM A Retnatkable Records Clmniberliiins Cough Remedy 18a remarkable record It hiss been Inii e for over thirty years during v ilch time many million bottles have been- srld and used It has long been the Mandartl and plain reliance In the r atmeiit of oroup In thotuamlti f liiin s yet during all this time ntfV In ever been reported to tire manu raciurers in which it idled to aflVol a cure Vhei given as soon as the uhtld bcoiiiilei hoarse or oven ns soon liS the uruupr sough appear It will prevent the uttuak It is pleasant to Jake Itomanyopium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby M to an adult For sale by DAY fines CoFur tombstones and monument con Milt J U Hieronymus Primrose Ky traveling Hileiiiiin for S MoGuIre Monumental work ISerea Ky Only Onll Ior Itciiulillcan Convention The Republican of Itrenthltt county are hereby called to meet at the Court IIUtlut in the town of Jackson on Set urday thrum 3rd day of Qctober nl one oclock end all other voters of said county who are t mmZ and Corruption in electionioKvRd county rr elsewhere but are TTHBwivor of a trio ballot and fair count ole also in vited to attend said convention witiiout rvgiinl to pail pulitlcal ainiiatlons And partloipnte therein for the purpose of nominating candidates for tine ulllces uf Circuit Court Olerk Sheriff ninth Jailer of said county to bo voted for at the ensuing November election Giving under my hand this the 18th day of September 1003 Jots 0 GRIFFITH Chairman B C C II 0 HunsT Secretary THE BREAD MAKER has no fears of the result when using Mansfields Flour Its white and ling the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry Makes Latter whiter heoltijlec bread than you have been using because it Is milled from the best wheat I and milled in Ihe right way on tho best equipped roller Hour mill In Kentucky Let n 25lb sack of EST 1ATHNT or MOUNTAIN LILLY talk to you It will be more convincing than a barrel uf words Ask your grocer tar It U C MANSFIELD SOY ROSSLYN KY jirjogiTluvprica iP hItS humped krb raid tSGU per ppund5 Ml Storllrii Court JIAltr1About 2 O0cntl oft the tnarket- QunIily rnlrlyrrndalllJrskJbllt st lowi nta ep IJnJ 9c IIrt few hnnohtt0f unopoundiJjeeri sold aH8 80 lint tsJlt13 25M3J50 was the usual price YeaillngS at J3 to 3 r 1 the Iatijfprlcs for extra good ones nii Sots bulls 20- makutAbout tiQlj ijlM1II1tlr but trade ua me y anti few were 2Md W 1l1f1sFold at Ztfo and lambs nt as to 3Ey otULI2 Muhiy v t ttt a dull aIid to anti UOIf C1 P l5 hand O15 lY humid tlgSWfHS imall mulus at If75 JHft I + Ueanllnc in demand and ntguoU jiiiceg Smalt mules 2C U ISO Good mules UO to 00 Extra 75 tS6 nonses- I rrluo steady ami fair Medium t8l tff ltXi plu s45O to J03 Good horses t96 to g4b Ku fine Ir srses sold Ga zetle v0 1 ot AN EliEGTRIC EYEOPENER Navel tiilwtprara4a 7ihet Ilan Uecnllnrcnlnl by A South= Pta Man i tbu1aavcrtletninf in the morning bourn and aa iris bnilocBs requires Uittt ha come It Is essential that lie shouldawaken at a certain hour Time time he came late to ids btiataets In spite of alarm clocks and other appliances to get iris eyes opened at the proper time One morn lag recently he entered the office on time otlie minute The others In the oIDc rent surprise at this ununuawHliirnd asked the whyore of registerIof sleeping when I ihonld be awake had to stop no I called In an electrician JhnnIHJitIIand throw the switch a tnosgntt bar and the frame falls on me If I sTITU slumber and sleep a gong like tine one used on the jwilrol wagon goes off Should I fall to notice these tiring there Is over my bed a bucket filled with water having a small nozzle at tached and n rachel releases n stop squirtedintoall these It will be time to order my coffin LITTLE BIT OF HOLLAND The Iliinr rinhcrmen and Their wrorr uf Volrndnm tt ho Catch Guilders of ToarUI The inhabitants dally dress in their Sunday best to catch tho guiltier at unsuspecting tourists but along the dyke in the single street of Volcndam one seen the tid ermen and their good vrows not in holiday attire but dresucd for their vocation precisely as Volondnm fishermen have been clothed for cen turies put wys FVtrr Track News The men wear tightfitting jackets buttoned to short full breeches wood en shoes and a shock of straight thick hair clipped by their good dames around the edge of n bowl In tine good old fasblonetl way The women are busy as tints In a heap of land wasting not n moment of time knitting their long woolen slocking as they clatter along the buslllng street in their shoes of wood and short striped skirts with padded hips their heads surmounted by clean white caps of charactcristlo cut The tiny houses the narrow street rverytliing is no compact that one errs fly Imagines ho is In II dolls village while the prodigious men and stalwart women recall the childhoods wonder meat when our gaze first rested upon the illustrations as we turned Hue pages of Gullivers Travels fortunate Furglvenes A man while suffering from influenza in South London was surprised by the sudden appearance in Iris room of his wife who 20 years ago eloped to California Tailing on her knees she Implored his forgiveness the man with whom she took flight otter making n fortune having recently died The husband forgave her She nursed him so well that he recovered but she caught the influenza herself crud died Wrinir him 300000 f 4- f 1 Ly 1 a 0 Day BroHave the mos eonip1ete GENEhIt MEfKPHAE- ver brought to of f A JI otdsf t1tI Z1 IQ4f tiiit J t t fr Itt Lc jJJI SqeJC = y FAT e ve the Finest eiof SHOES in stern Kentuckys tr m shoes are the test Styled rthe Ladiesvv mehvethemostr Fashionable Lot f of Shdes money 4could buy r P1i11ineryGodsThis agement of Miss Laura Rawlings who T can show you j The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS- In all the Latest Patterns and weaves FreshS4 A from the Eastern Markets I If you need Fror FthRNITuRfl r SSf W Jteevery body t JF Come and see us OltifJrN 11111111111111111 I III1 I m 1111111111111 I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I Prices Are All RjghtIII t IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi Is II 111111111111111 1111111 11111 II I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii 4 Ii iJ fj4L tlw Ij lla QIlIA n i not 1tow much y10- 11It Imlliow long t1ietlpst I t i avr7e1 tin 1 Q lettCI s110a Ctlll lot t- ieILCELMAN e3 jI Jtt SOIl KOl1tJickJ rffi rJir hg The aItenthitt CVS- Pllhl hrd EVor t d11 1fiIN ANOltOOND JACK IN 11 use eS2 4 ESr Clmilittlon mure than FOUKT12KX lltHidrod coplos 1 Hon W U Day of Frozen wne Irene Tumd j JJO Back Is attending court ak Hifcardw this wlkJJtfJlUhllu nn engraving to dufi S l1or JolWOrIIBIJlIr Ned was hr Wed- t n tt B rUral ur Lnmbflna here oif buslness Inst week Leek lInlx nod his wuQJ Ubus L uau weru hero Tllllr5lJni It you want a handkomaly trimmed i IIIt call a41 lt1r6 tllllllRe1 Ali jjintl Troy Is visiting Amiss Ada 3linckeUoid atFincattle k 4 Ji Farris of Winchtster wm hero Tuesday selling Perfection fiIIlr i Allis Olllllu Davidson has ojtsn visit InC tlu family of E C Dull atOhavIes oj Ilojd Uncle our printer is in Lcx i itfctonthfs week undo tho care of a- ductu t rQ jLATv4SffiJUclmrdson oT Lexington is vial leer dnuhlor Irs Tort nos worth UnoInlDeii Blgttall was hero n few hours I rday flu was un his WilY to- a Frozen lJyAJMrs AItWOarter returned last week a twowveeks visit to her mother rit In hblcotiniprNt W Alfas Maltiu Gourley who has ben visiting on Frozen for the past two t sveeka returllll1 lucy undoCope uz T and whero Ihey hadbeen attending court i Jwlgo G W Fluewor returned Tues day from Cynlhionn where ho had been witness In tho Jolt case Ns P Wise of Cincinnati was hqrftr Tueodaylo king alter the Interest gti the Singer Manufacturing Co here Seo the nice line of It ntlylo Wear Hat al Peters t Ramsey whTch they are offering nt great bargains Saul II Knslit managHr of W H- Day A Cos store at Yanclove was In rack oll last SntunUv nn biiflnees W J Gibson of Norton Va Is In tlio market for timber lands Write him what you have 82Q2m I have just received the nicest line of rings Ilrut were ever manufactured 71 S1 Fleenor MUs Allle nine her slater Mrs Hughes of Lexington returned home Thursday after spending several days here Mr Jim Creech mot with a very painful accident first of the week bv letting n lieThui on hU hand nnsUlng his finger bad y Miss SopliIalOombs of Boonevllle U vislttng relnt v here this week She is on her wayjjf the city to buy liar fall stock tif m fiery P iL Harris mpl to Boonevllle last Monday and sedn horso to match hits Nebraska pone that ho purchased sonify I into npy 050 will ila n good EgiTor Walt ham watch nKs U Fleet or call on hint whiner Inead of nil timing In the jewelry lie Ar Tl LbVeteniiifpier entertaining lit tit dIIII III Virginia who have l oeii le rprr 3 ntulfimo with her liiitbi ltrrftJlIlll uornhng for Ashlnlll In t sit her nlal See S nFlLeuor rlll1iTHruinds of watcher oltiuka and jewelry repairing prices reasonable Mr Louis Pilclinc of was a pleasant caller nt olir rio tI11 Mr Piluher Is a riusii mnu of some note living buuii nneaod with sent of the bast papH publUhed in the ci nntry F We keep on hand at all times a good supply of nice fresh ingiil vliluli WJL i will soil cheap IfGRAIN CoMos tSTCo J 36T h D irilljo lt 1 urbrs turn It 1111lt I I Ales 8inllliJud gitC X it tee M W Ilhirr- and 11111 Pnlirrlny from Cymi- lug I ltltylind Uoen nUenil trot nbrlI lfjlll Uke r ltllIlwr I Iains Stoinucli and Over Tabltt ind a qirvk once if OKtain Fur Male by nAy I Itr4 I toyi 1JL t e tl w ire wlIte i la lcJIIII I I pimii tllJy his wif nl11Ih tJ- Yi toll keep hoiii0 Vlis MrWI utlfl 1IltIi h will J- iii Ihl hiltII s h Ituki i I tIII Ii ti bs wt ihuuj her tvtiirii ll tIrr tt i urn h tttnruf the lot itl I etjVClUe I Four 1Itl1ulftf1ent to I the pen trout at vecent term of court there Ills lluslihiiculrlicl87fi I RIllIi1Dpy hUll gold Iiis1suiiioandlot In sir etvhere lib now lives to II i or 1875- t tat Ilart Nnllllllntell Lnoi kvllart of Fleming county wairnomliialid till IUIIroid Uommls- misFloner i f this digtrictiwfrths Dear ua relic unveuttot hehintbltSter ling Inst Monday IheThere trill lie 1em 1141eeUIIf held tit Oia nioulludfiTist Creek on October 10 llltl vrltev Stephen CBrpmttor cwirulh and lt IL Laiidrum Byerybody Invited r Called In Or Johnsonr or n I Icnme- p Wtodnutlnr uighl hll ui hi1en I CflllijilliiconijiltatlonvTiiirDrTR01beve in the trpntinciit of Mrsj yjMcLlil rtlii Is leriously still Ith rx DloilJinddcnly lidvar1 Ifttlea t ilrahurr died liltedlJnt his hUlh Inst etc of Inart disease IIns About 7O years M nrd formerly lived in this county wluro ho had many rtlatives Cnn You Pick tlinWIriTiqr 11Willin John utsville D Edwards and 1W Pjftkffr Uotlipf Landnn and about a llfiell others want lo bo elected tdnjfrtjijr place made vacant by the it nth of lion Vincent Boreing 1ypllold lctlni- I JInster Dexter flays thin llye rold ton of 1Afr Georuellnyn of near hind ins u tried moat Friday of typhoid fever Mr trays line two daughter who nrn very low with the too dijenso and Ore not oxpectPrio jlvfe For Salo I have s good lln1 lirn hull mule deep rod tlin dand desire to sell fl PIRIIOTI Ilobblnr Ky TliO TntlcHt T io TII followeng is clipped from the Yrtg rillo Outlook I Tlie tallest stalk of cnrn wee heard of this year is in Lnulslnnn It Is CO fret high nndtlll growing has 12 ears and a nubbin 13 inchc long on W Wilder nnrt Ills Freak Mr Uol Wilder of Floyd Oiveley county hind on exhibition at Boonc vlllit this woekn sheep with live legs and six feet Wilder hind it on exhi tuition at the fairs at London and liar bourovllle thU summer where It proved quite nn attrantlon Coo andrhnbcrTantlWanted ranted nun hundred thousand acres ur aril and limber land In Kagturn Kentucky fr OASII for Eastern Capi lllUla Write toC K SMITH Lexington Ky A Wolcoinu Vlsltiif n Aunt Pulcenln Hurst of Wolf county mother of Attorney Hurst and Mrs J J 0 Back of this city arrived ut Jackson Tuesday for n visit of a few weak Nut Ithbtnlllllllg the fact that the is eightyone years oldshe is hearty and vigorous and promises to live to time remarkable ago of fourscore nod ton- Thanks to Hincr Longmlro and tho Soldiers The Provost Guards under the di rectlonot Cnpt Lonumlra are repair ing thin sidmvnlk of thn town Tho Board of Trustees are furnishing time material Time soldier boys have done a great dent for the town while they have been here and wq would like to have them stay Indefinitely To Attend College H 0 Combs of Dwarf passed through bore last week on his way to enter college at WillianHiiirir and Gninvlll Lit le Ohoxter Grifrli Jim ilnddixIliraurClarion Junes all of Elklltlltolurt lust week to enter college ut llerea Ell lone nccumpunieii hum L r J Attention KsulUH t In mother column oT this I sue wilt be found think nnnOIIl1C Il1C1ttoWlteri Uamuey They Invite you to cull nod MO their rcndy to wear hats als- otlrlsfrr1s Miss Umntoy fccontly re nr the clues xvliereshe pur idantust style millinery for her ustoinereFnncntl S rvlcos Irile r r n Davidson4Y nabOlulvisItev W L Olal amid others in the presence nf a lurga r mid or his eel nliveftand friends 4 itt M I 8mper preached the funtrnl of 11111191 TliomaK last Sunday lit the ChrMInn church at Kincaitle Flee ut llnunuvlllc J The Itoonovllle Ilutelat ISounevlIle utiiliirted by A It Wilson caught fire- t Monday night Tile ire started In DVardrobe In one oKthe upstairs row s from some mikitovvn cause and had gained considerable headway when tllc vlre hIlL was extinguished by thin bucket hrfgadn without very tprlu loss 4 Wu have just received car load of lull Nteads spring malrpsses chairs olnirns all sizes and kinds which we recpucifully invite the public to call nail nxamlns Prices are cheap Crnin Combs A Cu llunJ Jj McCoy at lioonevlllo llonJJj McCoy addressed the citizens of OwBiuy county at Boonvlllo klaOrCiruOJltin town Ills speech woe n good pne made In the Interest of the Republican candidates for the State offices and was wIll received lie was followed by Hun John 0 White who announced himielf a candidate for Congress to fill thu vacancy canted by the death of Hon Vincent liorelni Taken Up- sM Omit pale red cow between the age of 10 and 12 years worth about fl6 came lo my place on Turkey Creek n Sfit Turkey postofllce Owner can gfflFlior by paying for this notice and tucdnmagu PleniQ crill at once Tubs GiiippiTit Turkey Ky Hell Not AVnnder Any More David McGee of London Ky Rot somethlii that he didnt expect while vh Uig the sights In Cincinnati first of the week Dave went to Cincinna tt mid loaded up on his favorite drink and after n short tints his load con sisting of blue steel and bugjuice becHtne too henry ur him to carr a lie wandered around for some time and at lust fell asleep nnd when he awoke he found to hU sorrow that he would have lo pay f200 and thirty days for one charge amid f50 and cost In another His Life Saved by Chamberlains Colic k Choera and Dlarrhoe Remedy B L flyer a well known cooper of this town says he believes Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy sived his life last summer HH hind been sick fur a month with wlmt the doctors culled bilious dysentery and could get nothing to do him good until he tried this remedy It gave him immediate relief says B T Little merchant Hancock Md For sali by Day Bros Co Electric Light Plant Nearing Completion The Jackson Electric Light and Pow er CJ y Is bringing their plant to a plt l our citizens will soon be able TJ RTin on their electric lights Tho large hollers In their new power house is all but completed and their engine will be placed on its foundation in a few dnya The poles are being placed In position on our streets and they ore hislling thing in general They have wlrcing completed fur our citizens of over 500 lights mid with our city lights we can soon be among illu mination that will be n Paradise to Jackson We can congratulate the Company especially Mr Leher upon the rapid progress and the erection of their flue stone building which adds improvment to our town Jolt Found GuiltyMust Hang The jury at Oynthlnim found purl Jolt guilty of the murder of James Cockrill and fixed his punishment at death Thin crime for which Jett is to bo hanged was committed hero In Jackson on July 21st 1002 about 145 pIl Cockrill while standing on the Onrdwcll corner was shot hV parties In the court room HerandotYO the street to point bpypufl the Ilmldlx building where he loll mortally wounded Hn was immedlally taken to Lexington in the hope that something could be done for him but ho died thin next morning Although it was currently reported nt the time that the murderers were soon and rec ognized yet no indictments were nrndeby any grand jury till may 80 1003 after mho soldiers had been brought here John Patriot one of tho rye witnesses wrote nn open letter to Judge liHilwinu during the next term of the Hwallilit Qourt that if he Itedwine would tiller tile protection of tliH milllu that lu Pntrlckj would funiMi proof ciiiiiKli t Movie the ss- sanahisuf Oknil VYiirli JulIA Bed wine r fucd ti di 1t it tiro piHvall Ing opinion Bern that laud Judge HIIi wine done thin James IL Marcum woultj not lavo been assassinated J Owes His Life to a Neighb ors Kindness i lfri II P Uaiiphortj well known tl lKhout Mercer nod S under coun llefW Va iiiosl Ilkfly aw lute lire ttfiho klndntiiii nf niiiighluir lie wax almost lioielc iiy iifllieted wllli dlar rh ir TItllItUIIIIItllhr two phyiijclanir who gave him little if any relief when a neighbor lee rnlug of Ills forlouc conditi n brought liiii u bottle of ClMtinhrliilnn Oiliu Cliuloru and Diarrliuiii Kfin dy wiilpli junnl him in less than iwerityfonr hears Fur sale by DAV Bro Co To Address the Votiirn HUM Then It RhkeylUpubllcaii cnnilidiiiM fur Circuit JnlQT1 will nd dresi lh pHipli if the 28r l Judicial I Dlitrlu at the fallowing IIIRHH luck + ntt Septuuiiln 28 at 2 ocbck I MuiMliiif Little Koiti S iitMiibcr 29 at 2 VillocU I Oikdilf September 33 nt LVicIock- Juooli IVrrys nn Ilirhcy Oreuk Octo I her 1al ocluk j Geutgrs Iniiiili Orlobrmil 2 I ojlouk I Hunting Creek Ootobwr 3 at 2 I oclock lion Robert Uiddill Dumocrntic candidalu Is Invited to bo prudent and a diviflou of time will he accorded trim Everybody is invited to be prusent Friendly Argument Knds in hurter Boyd Crifilili of Cinoe was hit In tine head with n Hock by Code Holing last Friday lie and Biling wore engaged In n friendly aritununt about which ones yoke of ulcers was the largest when Holing grabbed up a rock and threw it nt Griflllh hitting him In the side of the lind just above I the far He was taken to Lexington to St Josephs Hospital where he was openitttdIIIIIIIII but he died last Tuesday nnd his remains were brought home Wndnesday and injerred In the family burying ground Mr GrilTIth was n brother of Judge John Griflllh and was ono of our best and most prosperous citizens and was never known to have ndilllculty with any one His loss will be greatly felt In his neighborhood Holing was ar rested and Is now in J Iii awaiting trial Pore bred Pekln Ducks Cirnlsh InI Hull Game chickens mid Belgian Hares I for sale by M s IJuckwlI THE SICK Mrs John lialley is still an the sick list j Mrs Blair SicLIn U reported to be very sink Mr Connors children are improving slowly Miss Bohannon who xtisitn sick list i first of the week Iniitruvtug n + i Miss Hensley who has been on the sick for some timo Is improving slowl- yr Miss Ruse Little of Elkatawa who has been very ill for the paat ten days It not expected to live I I For Rent A large store house at Oroiikettsvllle Fur further information call on or ads I dress MRIMAIIVK STIDIIA- UCrocKartsvnLc KV r VBEST irOTEL IN THE UITY flOW Tills SUIT YOU Tho best 500 Shoe 500 1 triple I L i 1 W Sold by I Jay Bros Co t Jackson Kentucky iq K = r = I Stomach Trouble I have IIVPII troubled with lilY at ID chi for the pi+ t fear years soya l L Itraehof CloviT Nook Farm Green leld STneu A few days ago I was in ured to buy n hIt of Chamberlains toinacn ami Liver Tablets I hnve- taken part of than anti teela greal teal bsiier If you hate any trouble rih your stomitch try a box of lliPfe PnWfi Ynii ii iv c irlrin to be pleated with I lie resiili Price 25c Fur air Iy Iey Btls CI cH t- thIiED10RDs1 ILACBRAUGffll THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE J je A sallow conphcxion dtuiness tonFueareand kidnty diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they are painbutthough less painful at the start too much harder to cure Thedfords DlarkDraucht never falls to bene lit diseased liverand weakened kidneys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw oil the germs of fever and is a certain preventio-ofcholcra and Brights disease of i the kidneys info ThedfordsBlack Draught thousands of persons have yellowperfect health and have no other doctor than Thedfordi Black Draught It is always on hand for use in an emergency and saves many expensive of a doctor Mullins S c March 10 1901 BlickDraughtfor to a doctor since I havt bUll taking H- It is the best medicine fr me that Is f kidneytroubles complaints Rev A 0 LEWIS v ab 5H5ESE555ESE5HSE5HSH5H5E5ESESHSH5H5H5E5Here m The Celebratedm 1M HANAN SHOE111 The Best on Iurtl- iPRXI ICE B500 PRlSI For Suit By 9 COJJaa= FREE yPRO1I E 2i AoeliS TAULBEE PRAPRIFr- ORxKSl f fIr GOOD LIVE LiiA RAILROAD TABLES r Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIMIi BLE 1 Y il Effective October ril903 East Bound NOI p Dallyb Daily n PM AM Lv Lexlngto 226 746 826 fOlayClty 1x13 Stanton409E 923 4Natural Bridge 483 964 Torrent 449 1008- ileattyvllle Tun 511 102- 9OKJunc 611 1126 Jackson 615 1180 West round Daily i JDAIIy- Cx Sunday AM P If 4 r 605IyincheateeClay Clt 887 489- Stanlon 828 480 Natural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 347- Beattyville Jun 726 826 0 A K notion 62t 280 Jackson 625 225 GEnnectionforKentucky Hallway Division doily ex edit No 1 and 2 connect at L tc E June tiara with Chesapeake de Ohio for Mt Sterling and local points BeattylIlevllle daily SundayJ GenMgr CRAB SCOTT G P A O K RY Effective September 1 1903 Hast Bound West Bound i i fe d Jea w STATIONS wyiF SUH p H 5H- AM An Pit An AM LV Pit LV 016 235 Jackson 1120 330 910 230 OAK June 1126 835 fi2S 1S8 Wllhurst 1152 417 815 152 Hampton 1158 430 7S5 128 Lee City 1222 610 720 122 Helechuwa 1229 618 700 105 Cannel City 1245 545 AM iv IJI iv HI AR pt AR Westbound Passenger Train connects at O K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am Eastbound Passanger Train connects 0 O K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lex ington at 605 pm COXIBT Supt A IJnryuin for Some One A nice small Farm in Lee o lunly for snip The Larkin Stamper place on the head of Bear Creek Nice dwelling Itl storehouse cribs and barn never tailing water well fenced Price rea sonable and terms easy For particu lars apply lo SAlt JETr- Winchester Kf PROFESSIONAL CARDS w rTII08 T HINER A H P ATrON MINER ILAWYERS JACKSON KENTUCKY BiiumrnnrrrnmnnmHiTTminrmniiiiiu I L C ROARK II LAWYER = g JACKSON KENTUCKY = fc Will practice In Breathitt and = = Magiffln Counties = iailllWIJ11AIWlllytt w11 mil ui 111111 rtlll8 John Dean Stone Mason j Foundations H StonesPillars AMERIAS BESTI Editorially Fearless Consistently Republican News from all of the world Wellwrit queriesArticlesBooks and on Work about ithe Farm and Garden The WeeklyInter Ocean f Is a member of the Associated Prep receivingIIPii New York Sun and Spntfal Cable if IIH NVw York World dally reports son over 2000 special corrnsnoidrnig hvhllllllhellIuntryYEA DOLLAR Subscribe for THB BKBATH1TT COUNTY NEWS and The Weekly Intor Ocobn one year both paper tor 1U5 jVIUlhtI f- ai444ta a Q1oCIAa4tl tit TIIftnot n Hctaeilj II A11 I Jclt I idt Jcxu hd cTdozr tblt J1rotb1nd frcflatjon a 1 a new 1he itiocuction revcntly o IT luincy rii ca ci Tll- ilrtrlilItncd in thouiand nilill cao the result of been tvotMWful Ihry YusiiabrofMflral Home No3 I MV 11 of V oveiIto htlDlC till 1 heard of the new Scdy 1ill I begin to 0 iiMc lIill and soon found mytel jWing kept on apdnow can tay arr jlutely cured and any lympton ny old trouble I am very glad I heiru of this woloerful remedy and I wou tror advise anyone ufferir with Kidney trouble to tr lot I know it will CJrlp Proper Distinction Little MAry big liiUJS1 engage to Mr Drown na awbn an ulinK trip with MiryV brother Jfer father was writ ire to his on and In n inlaw and 1I tbt little girl IT ahead a meuigc to tend to Mr Brown What shall l ayi s sils- Vhy I ie taid the fatbel believe it fa the fashion to tend your Idvc Some minute later her father inquired And what lball I aytpbrotherTom Well replied mtt a sigh yoU ma m fubionab loe to Mr Brown and my real love to Brother Tom Philadelphia 1rew JVntlilnK New The longer 1 live tie wise and the more I learn the more firmly am I con rinced that 1 know absolutely nothing I could havctold you that 25 aKa laid lila wife but I Knew itwoold be no uleLondon TitHit Slop the Cough and works off the cold Laxatite Brorao Quinine Tablet Price 25 cen- tslteller age surprlaed me RreatlfShe doesnt look 30 does fceT non I ttiupote fie did though at one time 1hiiadeihia 1rew NtllYC were enKaced lut I tooV niy- 4inieaboutacceitlngIijrn 11e1le Indeed until ie set r IlrolHted did you IMladdphia ledger Three solid through trains daily Chcag to California Chicago Union Pacific it NotthWettern Line IoozleDo you think it wrong to plaj golf on Sunday Niblick think It anjdayIiso Cure for ConMimlttion U an infalli ble medicine for coughs and coldsN Samuel Ocean Grove X J Feb 17 1000 hathenoughto Three trains a day Chicago to Califor cia Oregon and Wakhington Chicago Unlo Pacific NorthVettern Line What I mutt do lull that concerns nv not what the people think Knierson Opium and Liquor Ilnlilta Cured Boole free B M Woolley M D AtlantnOa Donjt yield to inlorthne but meet them ivith fortitude Vjrgil Perfectly simple and perfect is dyeing with Putnam Fadeless flight muit come before reaton Ham Horn 1TRIED BY TIME Eugene a Lario of 751 Twentieth Avenue ticket seller in tho Union Sta lion Denver Col says S You are at liberty tot repeat wljollnrsrsTutCd throiffiiour Denver pa pers about Ooans Kidney Iills in the summer of 1699 for I have had no reason in tlio interim to iliange my opinion of the remedy I said when first Interviewed that if I had i friend and acquaintance suffering from baclcache or kidney trouble I would inhesitatlngly advise them to take Doans Kid ney Pills I was subject tobovcro attacks of baolci sggravated I sat hongat II desk It ttruclc me that if Doans Kidney Pills performed half what they promfscd they might at least help This Induced me to try the remedy It absolutely topped the backache I have never had a pain or twinge since A FKEE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mr Lario will be mailed to any part of tho United states on application Address Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y For sale by all druggists price SO cents per box ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuinet Carters Little Liver Pills Muat Boar Signature of 5cc PacSlmllo Wrippcr Btlow P 17 saaall na as rT totkeMn eaqICARTERS ITL- EIVER r PILLs 1IJtml H 1 raft HEADACHE rOR DIUINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS Ton FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION W1fD aiw aMcNATv 1e 1 I Purely IJNORU SICK HEADACHE EST 1YIV WIfrhi riM ftno ANn IflITI- II5V TORPID L1VEi Yefrtte vtOWERv I JJJ 1WAURPROiF lkk9 CbOTHINC- LVLRYWHERb r ne bqt rrttcrid 1lld tJd otrMcTOWfRJteNO C world over 1eyee idc-wibtojehf Al kiftfc cet wen tfdewn earner kvpjite iCN Or istfafKlienXJTOWU CWC5ICtUiittiJL tyrI cJwtUcbgTcccI WHtflE YOU ARE Where you ore IISki are blue lou are UJrds SIng true t lId the neck8 6tsfinllght tal I On the vlneclad pbrcti niut wWl JJfmry tetpi me steIt hit If Vilfcre jbu arel Where1 you ate f JUvr8fUn Where oitirDay 14 one Jr One IQng anthem o delight j Wher btrdr imuslnfc In their night Sing and preen their plumage bright hereyou orel hrreioiare Vat2et1lt Where you are- Cloudflecked sky Forms an arch of turquoise blue Tinkling streams the whole day through Sing their Rladdiit soig for you Where you are daysLong hot Slowly die- Where oure not And the streams and birds are still Save the plaint of whlppoorwiu QuaVrine sadly from the hill Where youre no- lJ M Lewis In Houston Post I II J 1 APowerful Blend By CLAUDIA ASHTON HERE is nothing serious the matter T I assure you Mr Martin said the doctor with a slight acerbity for he had been asked the same question man times and as his patient was sufferlni only from a feverish cold such extreme anxiety seemed absurd to him Hov could ho know that John Martin the man who had begun life as an errand boy and now had more money than he knew what to do with had only one dread which was that the wife he adored who had fought by his side through long years of hardship and helped him to win success might betaken from him On this occasion Mrs Martin had a bw cold and the doctor had advised herb stay in bed for a day or two With hh wife confined to her room John Mnrtlr was absolutely lost He had insisted or her having a trained nurse and he spefl all his time In wandering disconsolate about the house You are quite sure he said to lbe doctor perfectly certain thcre Is noth ing seriously wrong shesheis not sickening for anything Only the old mans Intense anxt prevented the doctor from answerfaf him quite sharply but he replied agalr that Mrs Martin had merely a sevtrt cold Youll come In and see her again thlc afternoon wont you asked John Martin as ho accompanied the doctor to the doorI really dont think began the doc tor but something In the trusting hint eyes more like those of a child then of a man who bad looked on the wcrid foi seventy odd years stopped him Very well I will look In again ho said and wentJohn Martin had miserable lonely lunch and then betook himself to the library where he sat In front of the tire and regretted that riches had come to him In the old faroff days when Mary hall a cold he looked after her himself Now If he went Into her room the nurse seemed to resent It His thoughts went back longingly to the rare occasions when she had had a headache and he had made her a special cup of tea which always cured her He smiled as he remembered she always said no one could make a cup of tea like he could How Perkins the Immaculate butler would scorn such a proceeding Still If his tea could cure Marys head ache why should he not make some Why should he not make tea If he to desired He was master he could do ts he chose He looked at tho fire Its glowing em bers were Ideal for toast and Mary al ways liked a bit of hot buttered toast with hertea And why not make It r Not In the kitchen of course not under the disapproving eyes of the servants but here In the library in secret and alone There were difficulties certainly but they could be overcome bo squared his shoulders and sat up very straight He would do It Mary should have tea not the weak washy stuff the housekeeper provided but tea with a good strong flavor about It such as they had enjoyed In the old days of poverty and freedom He would buy the things and smuggle them Into the library He decided that his purchases could not be made In the shops where the SLANDER OVER TilE WIRE Bllxioiirl Jinn Pile Suit llrrniinr of- Offciiisc LnntClincr turtl by a Vclfililior Thrntiuh Tclrih nr A new point has been raised by a suit filed In the circuit court at Macon Mo recently D S Farmer of Hart freas urer of a telephone company demands of II F Jenkins a stockholder J7GOO damages for slandering him over the wire He expects to make his case on the testimony of a number of patrons along the line who had their telephone receivers down to hear what was going onThis is the language the treasurer accuses Jenkins of addressing to him over the wire You have squandered 300 or J400 of the companys money and I will make you account for It at the next meeting or I will go after your bondsmen Ho took pains to write the message flown The petitioner says the language was slanderous In that It charged him In the bearing of many of the pa trons of the line with embezzling or stealing the funds of the telephone com pany Under the law of slander the offensive language must be used In the presence and hearing of others In this case It can only be charged that It was in the hearing of others as those who heard It were admittedly njt present Faicrs lawyers will contend that the effect was the same May He Only n Pipe Drrnin Standard Oil capitalists are reported to have bought Coney Island Wo may yet remarks the Chicago RecordHer aId bA able to get our midway amusements through a pipe line Twice us many Infants are born in the United States per 1000 of the population as In Europe It Is thus a question of centuries when our surplus population begins emigrating to Europe trades people knew him so he walked for tome distance till he cams to a tide street and here ho found what hit wanted And what a number of put chases were needed Tea first of course half a pound at one shilling Sand sixpence a pound good pungent black tea- a quarter of a pound of sugar bread for the toast and a quarter of a pound of fresh butter Even milk be hadtto buy he bought a pennyworth and a battle 1110 which to carry It But this was not all cups satrtcB plates knives toastingfork all were needed lie might he thought abstract two spoons from the diningroom while Perkins was downstairs and at the same time he might secure the sliver teapot but for the silver teapot he felt only icorn his soul hankered to see again on the teatray a little brown earthenware pot So he bought a brown teapot and two blue cups and saucers which re minded him of some Maryand he had bought when they were furnishing their ottagc rate was kind in allowing him to cn tcr his house unobserved he shut him pelt In the library and began prepara Lions With what Joy he examined hIp purchases Mary always said he could ut bread for toast better than anyone rlte and hits hand trembled with ton cous pride as he cut two oven slices then be put the kettle for he had ought a kettle tooon to boll How iusy he was how happy how Important HP sat down before the red coals to Mfckc the toast holding it at exactly the rlfht distance so that it would brown without burning lIe almost fancied himself back In the Old home ho could see the dresser ov crtd with blue plates and dishes the wMtcwashed walls gay with pictures the wide oldfat hloncd fireplace on one He of which sat Mary rocking a cradl A sob choked la his throat If the ball had only lived wealth would have been ot some use the money that he did nM care about for himself would have Ln- a Joy and delight to spend on his sort i His eyes traveled to the window he tffrt not see the elaborate lace curtains or tl dreary London street beyond but ovfr a row of pink geraniums In scarlet poll ho saw through diamondshaped pvas a cottage garden bright with flowers the singing of birds rose above the rot of the traffic A strong smell of burning brough him back to the present The toast ws on fire lIe took another slice and demoted all his thoughts to It When II was cooked to perfection he buttered Hand put It down In the fender to kecChbt Now the kettle was singing loud he heated the pot put in a generous cipply of tea and was Just about to poi the water over it when the door opened With a guilty start he looked expect ing to see Perkins However It was the doctor who stood there and before he had time to speak John Martin in a burst of confidence which surprised him self explained matters to him And the doctor who under all professional dig nity was the most tenderhearted of men understood He saw tho pathetic side he comprehended the longing fo do something for the loved one the Intbll Ity Imposed by wealth the perlaps ludicrous but thoughtful way which love bad found out And there was no trace of amusement In voice or face as he explained that ho had called again as promised to see the patient She Is very much better he con tinned and I am sure she would enjoy tte tea you have made for her far more than anything else Bho could have I will tell the nurse you are going to have tea upstairs with Mrs Martin this after noonThe doctor was certainly a friend worth having how much he explained to the nurse Is not known but she was not visible when John proudly carried the tray upstairs and It may have also been owing to the doctors maneuvering that Perkins did not appear And when John Martin was safely settled by his wifes bedside with a little table before him and tea his tea cpon It the doctor said goodby and went As he closed the door behind him he heard Mrs Martin say In tones of enjoyment Why John dear what lovely teal Where did you get It It has some taste In It not like that palecolored stuff Mrs Humphrey always orders And he heard the old mans proud re ply I bought It myself Mary one shil ling andslxpnce a pound A Powerful Dlend syrupy and full flavored was on the label It Is good and the toast too Isnt it old woman The doctor smiled but his eyes were very tenderlooking A Powerful Blend he said to himself as he shut the front door behind him surely love added to anything makes that Pearsons Magazine PATENTS FLYING MACHINE South DaUolnn Kmplova llnllonn- hnpi r lDK Frnnir Urnliy tlr Inner Isaac I Morris of Mclletto S D has been granted a patent for a flying ma hire It Is his own Invention It Is alleged that tho machine files and Is hadItroublethe Invention would work In hie appli cation Mr Morris says A balloonsupported frame Is em ployed provided with a motlva power Including means for lifting and means fur driving It also carries a steering device and wheels tb support the structure when on the ground Another purpose Is to provide a novel form of rotary wings used In con likeIat the upper strokes and closing at their downward strokes while tho ralves of tho fixed canopy wings operate simultaneously with the rotary wings but canopyIand lifting motion and closing when the side wings are on their up stroke to maintain an elevation acquired by the side wings during their downward stroke XI Thing In I Inc The oldest mason Is beginning to get ils name In the papers again says the Chicago RecordHerald Look out for mother icrvants of George Washingtons body limt Tiik h of Itrnllini- Tha phonograih and moving plc tires have been combined say the Chi ago Tribune thus making It possible to give the last touch of reallsjj to prize fight view TUESUNDA SgJIOOl lrt UOI In HIP Inlernnflimnl Serin i trqit9iier Yiitun lnntrl iIc hew b OOlllllV nxrInrd lit my light mill my anhalnaIn UTll tI1lJJECTS Mil OLDEr TJXTS Lesson IIsrael Asking fora ICing Golden Text Prepnr your hearts unto the Lord and serve Him on11 SaW 73 Lesson hESaul Chosen King Gold en Text The Lord UourKlhg He will save usj 33J22 A LessonAHL Samuels Flu wclU Address Golden Text r the Lord and serve hUm luimfh With all your henrtl Sam 1i24 Lesson IVSaul n j Ti V alIClng Golden Text To obey lbeter than i tLessonGolden Text Man lookeihon the out ward appearance but the Lord lookcth on the heart Sam ICit Lesson ViDavid and Goliath Golden Text If God be for us who can be against ua RomS3ij Lesson VII aUlTries idiil David Golden Text GcdMs our refuge and strength a very pr nbelp1n trouble Ps 461- Lesson VIII David and NJonathai Golden Text There lsavfrtend who stlcketh closer thana brother Prov 1824 j fLesson IX David Spares Saul Golden Text Love your enemies do good to them which hate youLuke 627 lesson XDeath of Saul and Jona than Golden Text There Is a way which seemeth right unto a man but the end thereof are the ways of death Prov 1412 Lesson XIDld Becomes tUg Golden Text nehold how good and how pleasant It Is for brethren to dwell together In ttultr 1331 Lesson CL14bii1hjnee from Evil Golden Text Be nohrunk with wine wherein Is xcesSpb 518 INDEFINITE CIIROXOLOOT OF PERIOD In studying the period of the Judges It will be remembered that we were almost entirely at sea so far as chronology was concerned From the time of David on the difficulty grows steadily lets and vet as Algcn says It Is necefsary to prefix the qualifying word about to every Biblical date down at least to the beginning of the eighth century Of the dozen wellknown schemes of Old Testa meat chronology none has won general rlvrdJromAssrlanvalue though It by no means removes all difficulties These Inscriptions are dated by the Assyrian calendar or canon This canon exists In several copies all of which agree closely and cover the period from about 900 B CL to 650 DC lach year bears the nanept an officer called an eponym The term of office of the eponym was one year Now this calendar mentions the fact that during the term office of the eponym PurSagall in the month of SJvan May June the sun waseclipsed Astron omers tell ua that there was a total eclipse of the sun at Nineveh June 15 763 B C thus fixing with accuracy not only this date but all the rest flit we shall probably never have an accurate chronology for early Biblical history The orientals laugh at us for be ing so anxious to get at exact dates and accurate figures These things were matters of little account to them almost of their histories show Prof Park once Illustrated the difference be tween the oriental point of view and that of the European by saying that If you ask a German general how many men there are In his command he will tell you to a man but ask the rame ques lion of a TurkUh general and he will make a profound bow and say By the grace of Allah my people are as the sand which Is upon the seashore We may well remember this Illustration in reading the historical parts of the Old TestamentAs of the Indefinltcnfff of our knowledge of the dates of early Biblical history we can notice two important incidents The year In which Saul became king of Israel Is variously believed to be B C 1095 1048 1037 lint 1020 Which date or Indeed If any is correct we have no means of making certain The date of the beglnnlnrof Davids reign is as far from I L n talnly ascertained tTiher M- 105B According tn BIblical szIllni- nns It was 1009 The Assyrian computa Ion puts It at 1017 Patton puts It as Jate as the year 1000 D C Fh nnil Tlilntlm The biost dangerous hypocrite Is the one who deceives himself Men would have more faith in God if they saw more works In men Some men shout their convictions so- as to silence their conscience The more Me are burdened with sub stance the greater the shadow we cast lie who sehs to get without giving Is a gambler no matter what his business A man In diligent to cultivate his corn but expects his character to grow with outDont keep city company In your heart that you have to apologize to your self for The man who brags of his past Is not likely to hftvo anything to brag of in his future OUT OF THE ORDINARY Samuel W Hammers who keeps a country store near Gettysburg Pa advertised for a wife recently and In the course of a few days received answers from 2700 lorn women of the region For SO successive summerd Samuel Grant of West Danger Me has worked In a hay field Ho commenced when he was seven years old antI has kept at It every year since Mr Grant Is as strong and nimble as a man half his years and enjoys the best of health at all times Herr Heinz ZIegler a Bavarian aero naut Is said to have traversed 765 miles In 20 hours In a balloon going with the wind and crossing the Carpathians on his journey lie attained a height It Is added of 4918 yards finding currents with a velocity of 60 miles an hour Simeon Strabrovskl a fisherman born at Odessa has just accomplished the hazardous feat of sailing alone In a small boat through the Black sea from Odessa to Constantinople He has returned to his native town and there the Patrle says he was presented with a check for f200 Strabrovsky did not even have a compass to direct him but steered his craft by the stars i SCIENTIFIC GLEANINGS Darwin asserted that theta isljji nl ty among animals just as there Is among human belngi Cacao palms are used to coffee 1rublthcshado they require Their crop Is almost equally profitable PhytlcUts will be most unwilling to except the irfalcment that radium can melt mor than Its own weight of Ice changIcl o41iilrmOdnamthought tnpaaIiabie bUt the nanlfetU theytooopinion I lyrQfcigrrecently at thJtsbllity ot III nntarctl inent1n nearest lip pronci iO poletint ot Scott512mfTs farthest north S CMlnt AMizi na 23 miles 111 the north poleivThe tIlt fictiltexpioring the southern sea gre r titan In the nortlrn be rail f th ab of IIIJmal life to fur fresiirioj 111 ASIATIQ AFFAIRS liable in Japan arc counted two years otd tile Orat NeT Yeaiaday after theuvbirjhv a Great quantities of cheap AtnejIsan cigarettes art being smoked by no lives in India i In the first week In Jlay the tempwj I aturc in some parts of India ref cp Ill degrees ID the shade Another step toward civlliatlqtibH a heathen natioa ten In thus taxing of dog one yenaar1nTokyu- Tue wlveipf Siamese noblemen cut their hair to thaliiictietii aCralghtuy rrom their lieadhsiirage length of it is about cnfcjui caUjnehel The oIloKlug iire interest Ing as tliowing how the plague tm 10 has spread In IndlatdtTring jrYcent year There were In 1SD7 68 OOr- etoltled 3eetlia i In 1MOO 93000 in 1901 274000f and In 1902 577000 Curing the lint ihref months of ha present j ear tile mortatit7ji340O0 thatln March a n 136000 FACTS ABOUTtFARMING fTheAstor faUye York has ought land in iexco the largest attic ranch itorIdT- he nvepiggrossreflirus from all nltlrated landa11 is teas lien 510JO pn avrand for cereal rops only 903 an acre As a result of the drought and aCt oinpunjiDf agricultural and industrial depression in Australia a large nimber of colonists hue emigrated to Canada Not inoreltian 350 square miles of erritor7 are under cultivation n- icuequln dr emp yet on this iiaiI arc hprolucrd the fiber that I fterallr bindstbheat harvests of Ihe world- SecretaryiYiIson expects In the tear future tosee gralti and fruits groin on the tract of land between Salt Lake and Sallalr This reaulthe xpect to be accomplished by ridding the soil of Its alkali THE TAG ENDS OF THINGS The state pf New Hampshire gets nore than 5000000 each sevaon from ummer boarders The racing automobile It the dead lest to that mlllionalrlsm has ever mused jffself with It Ia IrrQii d to dispense melllclne- b titeans 0 hot machines In Iarb- and the phyIcianTare earnestly protesting against the scheme as full of danger The captain of a British nngsteam er from London reported oiiihis ar rival in New York the other daTItbat his vessel an into smoke from tlefor rat fires about GOO milts out at tea V The difficulty in damaging a war ba1 loon In mldalmvas recently shown by lestn made In Austria The expert metrters anchored a balloon at a height of 7000 feet and had gunners who had not been given the distance to try to disable it It required S3 hoh to Shad the range even approxi mat IJ and not until the vlxtyfourth round wot the balloon tall MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 22 ATTLECommon 2i EJ 3 65 Heavy steers 4 60 fir 4 SO CALVES Extra 7 25 HOGS Ch packers C 33 0 6 40 Mixed packers 6 15 7 r 30 SHEEP Extra 3 15 3 25 NAM OS Extra C 40 f 5 CO FLOUR Sprlne pat t 60 4 9- 0VIIEATNo 2 red 84 1 8i j No 3 winter 85 CORN No 2 mixed 50t3P 51 OATS No 2 mixed 381- RygNo 2 62 D 63 HAY New timothy 14 00 PORK Clear family il5 45 NARD Steam 7 7G BUTTER Ch dairy 121a Choice creamery 2- 3tPliESFancy a 2 25 Q4 2 75 POTATOES Per bhl 2 00 8 2 23- TOIIACCO Now 3 BO 0 9 00 Old 5 CO lj13 00 Chicago KLOUK Winter pat 3 90 4 1- 0ViIlATNo 2 red 77 61 79 No3 spring QJ 76 CORN No 2 mixed tl 47Vi OATS No 2 mixed tuI 40 RYE No 2 G43 GG PORK Mess 13 00 tf13 12 j LARD Steam 9 53 9 60 New York FLOUIl Will strts 3 75 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 82 i CORN No 2 mixed D 63 OATS No 2 mixed 4PU RYE Western tiP Cls OflKFami1ytn1S 00 LARD Steam 8 75 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 79 79 4 CORN No 2 mixed 53tiP 5- 3ATSNo 2 mixed f 4- OATTL1Stecrs Vi BOO P 5 25 1I0gSWcstern ff1 7 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 81 CORN No 2 mixed 5i OATS No 2 mixed Ci 38 PORK Mess fi U 00 LARD Steam 9 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 8Ua CORN No 2 mixed 49 OATS No 2 mixed 37 ORE NICHOLS Recommends PenMen i Commodore SotnervlU Kicholign 01 j Y i i I f iI TtIii in 1 jt1837 U ttNW Vnrtilngtoti HC eays I tyYour Peruns has becijdhd Is- new used by so many of my friends and acquaintances as a surD cure for catarrh thatil am convinced of Its curative qualities 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