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T 4 l- II 1 44c rlfIPl l Ii fjjcf J f KiITTT GOTThTY NE Ar xdltor and Publinhefi ANEW8PAPEBDEVOTED O T8 9 LYT1aR Cams Olt T H TOil1i7 One Dollar Per Y n Allyne i lb J it11AoIcs 4 Ky t1RIpAx OCTOBER 2 1903 tli 1IBL JG f hnrp 1 I dae- i itted 3 t I Sp fluff L s+ the Co nil fttorr- HI l tro Oil tfh lInt Ill 1nm fs telc i- tigd f1111nl 4n h- aI SItl S pal ftlt lUl- lrlilr04 V 11JIr j Intr vary ifit 1 tlKlr pathiIvlth I toay the hllIn in tI Imilri rhnl cr rim nu1 wih- Ir Irtrkrnrr llanc ot ont tcntrd th ms- sau4 III tlIO tl wl a il nd j nnpr iah town OfIh not n V- 3The K latest ni fifI uoiant tfnjf1 IIJ and French lmp tho hnrdcxt here berry drink though the ba wally obfyr l ti Tho mobs npj arced vii II ant tll to rat aniuit to F c Hi ax iiiiai inatnp CIIP of Mr blJII I1 1 work Mr fi yit k nt out ofighl al ell Mil Monday aft rill of the mllhrid n tiJtifmlml Mint liii i m- In n In Ihir hotH cnTrI nv I recd ihm ntil II- UJlr wages I 1 rrlh imf to nppoane III crowd c granted and than mm h KMwIon rf the Wilt hi hoarding h urr npfilr4 lltrrctoftnassn laqKt In II 11hlttff lir tI I nr hone otUre cOI rallY whrh has been turned aver 11thah- 1 II a q t nod orderly An np Unirf van mails to allay the jtatwlon = tti niiilbj sin offer made by tbo rheor ot Woodsmen an cirennt 7 1r Ion maintained ainonc the umber r0 rllrrmb IIn attorney free or 11rll to C im all elsPehe loft In bin hood rflcBUiiMtlng broke up without any pnQUKilar ronfimloti or 1tOOT All r n t was anndr lalo Mciitlny In Rlt auttin rioters to ITI ae tilt riiT i Rho Amorlcnn lido Rllt pal iiii piiwcjDiuuso and shoot railifH out can In on but It wan not uocoMftil Oiiaccount of thin ru inor tho local coniiiaiiy pf slate troops was moblllied at time armory and somo oxen policemen Ver ton duty OVER AN EMBANJ tENT Engineer KI led and Seven MenBadly Hurt on the Southern ROAd ClmtlnnouKn Tonn Sept 2j Tho Clnrlnnatt Houtluirn pawangor tram whlen left Bttnnooga Ill 10 a nu lionday run Ito a cow at Glen Mary Tonn 120 mljos north of Chattanooga and the onglnd two mall cars baggago car and express car left tho track rullwl down a steep umbankmont- linglnocr Frank Parker of Cliatta noori wnH InsUinly killed and gjovtn men nil of Chattanooga badly Injuredr two faintly Hnglneur Parker linil boon on tho roil fur 23 years and had novor Leon In a wrwk The trank IB bolus clear wl rapidly ns possltilc Freight trafllc will be delayed 0veral days but pns seiigcr trains aro being run around the wr ck Grape Crop Short Dunkirk Ir1 Sept 9Thr ntovct nieut otfho Concord qra u cru froiu Iho Chatitnufiim grapg bol ljogan Mon tiny 5 St Notloj olmlrronnZof tho Challla nllll FrIO r esti mantesilia tlmn1i OOO car loads or about 25 Jcr cent of tho normal crop UetwcenMOO nnd GOOticur loads will bo shipped this w Carter and Ruhl n Fought to a Draw Ihllnllllllhl opt 29Kid Carter and On- sixround nilblln fought a haul draw bout tlunday nljbtnt tho Washlngtoil Spurting club Carter was tho asgicSbor m lvo of tho six rounds hilt IluTilin evened matters up by giving thogmost punishment The Cornerstone SLaid Chicago SPp JTh cuuraeratnno of time new Fran os IS Wl III Teuiperant hospital iilbLitcoln- street was laid Monday the blrthdR ulIss Wlllard in tho presenceof n UBtliiBuished company of l eranco nilvocntca and medical men R Iotest Against Turkish Exc saes London Sopt 1 IhQ9nsii Oj plcorruspandeut of tho IIm iji pranba that Groat iJrltaln through her aiubabsartor has made vigorous and constant pretests against the excebses T coiuinltteU by the Turkjslrtioona u r a- 4p f a ic cj CENTENNIAL JUBIUCE OPEN Ont Hundred Tons ot Red Fire Wer Earned In Chicago thItA slh Sept 8Tbe tentennl tt Jubilee WM declared formally oponi Buttirday afternoon Chicagos wee long celebration of the anniversary of 100 years existence was launched In- ri a veritable blaze of glory Ono hundred tons of Inflaramab a material Mooed out from tho downtown I Ureet corners at night and reo produced though harmlessly this time DrscMim that swept i 80 WWO of property down w itb Its flame to rendered 100000 people homel i The centennial exerciseR Sun lI Y cawlsted of itpcclal nervjccs In 31 Aurcbcs in tho morning and a reunlt P ho afternoon of tho six tribes of Iia ulencamped in Lincoln park A Lvarlnuslyy estimated at tram to 200000 persona visited ter cimlmtnt to witness the Indiana dlinco and play their native games ledcrlltlollItho centennial cplbrntlon Sunday that K Iho United States marine band shall bo allowed to take nllYllartf f this weeks program noG one of ho man f air rllds that have bean Mgnjeir tbo farflde Tuesday will tb- etlJi lkfllIliTh6 Musicians union Mumlay nigh ILl sty refused to take putt In tp t or to have anything whatev tZSfb the centennial cclebrfftTt lorUc band ot NV shlnston 1st o fjRt tho mass meeting In the And in Thurcdny night which Is to b u Final act of tho celebration r Ingo Sept J0 Thp great paraH e IP tcbIdlfwatt q wondtr u- stlmated I ate atYe VUI t tJ gl t paused n4 f liutily The pd ISUtlltl of u i jn4 t the bands hg- Vrog mints of the n l ri The regimental corn ring the tiny Infonnnl the Ir that they eithrr must marc ilantf of the urea or the our nianialrd anti dlsmlti iff from tlu military sort taW Prrsuluni Kenned iclnns uinon when conl HIs i lt m inn Said tb kt lie nnrj It they IiIrQM rndrgtlrn th I WIth tile usilal 3- ft J ring ainatmir throughout the i were lumiV I hi massed III nut v itf hlte lmr ot I mini of grtfa- U Y SCENES ii An tP plitlcal Cpnventfo Nr f112g =Aft r one el tine rnusvrm scenes over enacted III n iuttiMi Hireling n llruoklyn the- repo wn founjfrlaib made by former IiMiV Oov rhmtll i Woodruff l U ams t11110 n night and Henry Ucldcn ICptchiim taiBiojnlnated for district a orney i county In pinto of ttro P QPU who wai WoodruffH inndlR While the tmvontiias In an up roar and flghting hlogun In the hall tll IVV1 IIIIII ll iyjmiliMI tolthdraw bin tiftme andbBjcIothlng was torn from ms body by Lila partisans who attemp Qd to drag hint from the room to prevent hla withdrawal In the street Mi Kctchum tainted The nolso of the riot drew the police to tilt hall and they charged down the center aisle clubbing right nnd left forcing the delegates Into their scats and separating those who wore fight lugMr Woodruff want drawn Intfi tho personal oncoi turs nnd was roughly handled Several mon woro badly brulicd 1MRS fi DAVIS RALLIES There Decided Improvement In Ill Conti ton DIhlrro Y Sept 28 ThcrSSvai ufngllnK of gratification nmojig the fr ends and of Mrs Jfiernon nvls Sunday night when the cfmiB announced n decided Improve pajlentWhiletho doctors will norgo so far os tosay that Mrs Davis lsttut of danger Tho rally began early Sunday Shctbad a tJIIIr titian Salurtlar night anxiety was depleted on tho faceSiof thoso who silently entered and leftttao sick chamier Mrs Davis sunk Into a restful alely otter midnight aid when she nwoKo Dluday morning sbo smilingly Inform ed the miron at hor that Blip felt much Improvement continued throughoutI ve day The New D rUsh Ministry London Sept lOlt as atmtluor ta lively stated Tuesday iftght that oi1 cial nniiouncnment of to composition ngthonext week Lord MJInerlii considering tho offer of tho coldnl1 orttollo Manufacturers and foyers Chtcngo Sept SO Aljcderatlon of maniifacturcra and vmtloyirr asjo ntJC1lolllllllldsrwith a combined crpluVljr about n billion dollars Was ionrjm the All dUoriuin Annex Iroteat Against the IIs Visit VIenna Sopt lOA lit 113 of 2 OOp soelalste was held f1I IIhht to proteat jtgalnstthe tine oxdn 0 Rtilsla Add tiroli at t Inoit tin- 7oiehAracler were 1III II0J 0f- Up u with ttllJ czar 101 heard f JH EhuI rt 7 1lic Anliiini Itiers iii W tPoint K i hYieet JW The ForoaJs Di tlt4 vIslonsTthe Bit pJ INulMIII r k 4 WCI 1I1 dp II Camp YothkWcatLeonnd t a usit between opposing forces co h 0secvnid days work done by hff tern Jar troops now in ramp pending lb arrival of the item guards for iii Atrowtiledays mnncuvc zeemcd tame but wa novcrthelesji highly Important DB- It formed the connecting link between tho cUuOuAf tho Dluo and Brown ac tan guarMMnday anti limo attack and ease of tIc outpost which comesW jt111 The thrdo niovemonts form colltc Yre1s thbAwboje prl a t given thP re lar r +traliled liilhm 1 0- rThursday n the alate tfuoji hsiegin to arrive suit tiffreaitejgh regular s well be merged n the con I blued InllnOUerB1II dlonday thlnd Ilce g arolor till Dlue army llemtllillo clear the WI f for Its main body by up the rear guard of the retreating Brown army PO as to force Hio Browns lute n general engagement Time Iluesn 1 parcntly mot whir InlItrorelll silccos 3 tho Brown rear gmind secnd g tb gal nru1l days march + by holding the flume ddvancotguard In sonta t sttloat the Brown array been repro- a nerd only In Im3JIuUn anditoti- i1e r enough to 1nlild h Tedings The points nnlrnt Sib Inmi re Were tho time required t I a rltah an outpost about live nHfes long tl 0 judgment used by the commander ii- I I adjecting a position imth as rogardiu the natuf of the round Itself and till distance front the main liodlcs It un Ininftlnnry fine rail a mythic 11 Brown army and tlaally the formallqt chosen Coed time was made and Q- tOOllflS 1I0Iltldn an ndvantngjoiiH lie in hilly couiliy offering goof- over I arid dlfllcuU + o flank v hilc tLt T naino time commanding two road N flfu a stretch of open valley tajho J IImlnt ot the unIHru will be uunotmccil until Thursday wh n the points durln the three move its ending Wedncflday night wll Ijn c3i8jdere lrfc Itlon ta each oth I icfQry tjnouncel for than Biue 110111 nm1 to work of lhr- Ihresr I m ns a whole I Washington Sept 2Theacting adjutant general of tho army lass rev ent advices train Mnj Gen lalflTilr the regular troops having ni rlvwl he assumed command Sundn y of the provisional division at Cam p Young West Point Ky the scene of the autumn maneuvers with a ra d total of 200 ollluer and 2521jnjjvfo the tgular army This se tv of the national guard of th a which do not leave their equation s until Wednesday EXLIEUT GOVTTIUIMAN Placed on Trial For ip1urder of N G Lexing S Sept 29Jamnes II Tlliman tormerl I lteunnt governor ut South arol nn was placed on trial Monday n to r irellit court ur lAX ington county under an Indictment charging him with the murder of N C Gonzales editor of ho Columbia State A jurywas drawn and charged und all- is for the Introduction ot testimony Probably never In the bis tory of this Judicial circuit has been so great an array of counsel gaged In the trial of a case In tho cir lIlt or perhaps In the ontlro state Tho solicitors wow assisted by five attorneys while the defendant has 11 lawyers THE TIN WORKERS The Men Will Suffer a Three Per Cent Reduction In Wages Yew Castle Pa Sept 29 Notices wore posted at the tin mills here Mon day announcing tnat on Thursday next nil the plants of the American 11111111110i Co will begin manufacturing the export trade under which the ton tango men will nil suffer a three pea cent reduction In wageR This follows the agreement niiide several months ngo between the manufacturer and tb Amalgamated association that tonnage men would accept tho WII reduction In order to allow tho Amen n 11llllato Co to soeuro orders- amounting o 1 iUOIOo boxurt aannlly whIciisVotrd otherwise go to foreign manufacturers AIotheRockefCller Heiress Claic go holresn huts bSen born o will oventually partlcpmte In the milllons of John D nOI1 oiler Mrs Itnrold McCormick has nVnow girl lalv This Is the fourth Sfelld of tho SlcCormlcks ThelU nlvereaJlstl Meet II rcpt 301u ree 100th anniversary of WI11IIiel1lN tho Unlvcrsallht con f In America Unlvor sallats ffo various sections of the country nsjenibled hero Tuesday to- tare part I Herne days convention WFell Six Stories PlIlIsbllttSCi llMaJ Samuel W 1I0 let Instant death Tuesday oroning t falling fromthc fourth floor of Mie Arrott building through r aft to the bLsement making a Itroa six stones r- J I rTAZLoa bESTROYEb Reported the Tfirks Massacred tit e ciirlctriupuriUlatlorli ftItSept 30A lcl- hramrecolved e irare rromlhc ramp of wen Zonlccft omnlalldOflllc1 l1t of the larpdonirifi Insurgents at hat log vG miles from ejofla announce a Tl thSt Dcrierci tifjiK was proclalme September 37 In the districts of Har log Nevrokop pernirhUsar Metal k and Seros and her all ho Insurgent t bands In Kasterrf Mnccdonla had rlcclvcd direct oWnri to begin open tlons Thr rhlef blpe of the rcvolutlortar irganlatlon hovicontflrs In the 0111 hrfok In laistern 1Icedonla which 18 pren 11 officers of tho Dulenrlan reserve This the sympathizers iwjth the Macedonia JtcnllSI hope will arouse a war fcellng In tho Dnlgarlfmjnrniy and force the government to aspousa tho Mncedi 1nlan cause A dispatch from llllo Jlonasllr say the town of Itazlog hue been In flame since Sunday night Tho insurgents te attacking Butch vo and severe flgl tlllg Is reported to JJo going on between the Insurgent bande and time Turkish troops The sound o r arllllery Is plalnp hard at Illlo Anolner reported to have t ken plate near QlUirlJa 128 miles fro i Monastir in wfilch GO Turks were Toiled and many were wounded It is reported that all the Intel 1 regent Bulgarians of the town of Old rlda were recently arrested on Biisp don of conimiinjiatliiK with the Insui gent bauds and were sent In chains ton Monastic w- r A letter from PhBoppapolis date Monday says the authorities thor liaVor dlBtrlbulCt1rhlC8 and nmmun 1 tlpn villages for us Ih case of nn atfack being made by the It1urlII A rfr6m Hlela reports eo- a tlnuousiighting all along the lint across the Turkish frontier results which aro ut present unknown It Is stated that ttlolovn of Hazlo R has boon destroyed by tho Turks and tho Christina population massacred Fugitives are arriving In hundred All the wlres4lltarebeen cut The Turkish troop are tiring In illsorde ButahevolSalontca Sept 9Aband of Insurgents September 27 at tacked with bombs Jhe Turkish quar tors at Ilazlog and were repulsed wltl n loss v Ij Orders have been received to eta the military movements but largi quantities of ninmililtlon and 15 Run IIltI sent Tuesday to Denmlrlilsr f4G miles from Snlonica- PERSISTENT SUICIDE Jumped Out of a Window and Threw Herself In Froit of a Trains rlal1sls City Mo Sept30i1Yhi1 0 sUfforl from temporary Insanity MSlilelafde Prlbberiow a mushe if gliorv whose parents live In Omaha rr iii ht threw herself out of a ftbTruStprjTylndow of a fashionable to the raft ont1 4rarlls In tie north end of the city threw herself In front of a passing train anti WM ground to pines liefall from the window was checked bj the roof of an adjoining buildlug train whirls she fell to the ground below which was soft owing to Tuesdays rain Her friends In the hotel rushed out expecting to find her body on the ground Instead tjere was no trace of her nor did they get a glimpse ot her until her maneNjdbody was found in the railroad sHrlbbenow was well kuovn A musicians here H THE LYNCHBUH CHINO Fourteen of the Mob Arrested an IWarrants Out For Others Lynchburg Tcnu Sept lO1he coroners jury has loturned n verdict to time effect that tho Negro Allen Small who was killed last Thursday night during n raid on tho Moore comma ty jail was deliberately maliciously nnd promeditntoly murdered and 27 men are named In the verdict an gull ty of tho crime Fourtcon of the mob are under arrest nail warrants for ofh era have been Issued Three of the prldonors have turned states evidence and havo been released on bond on condition that thor will appear as wit nesses for the prosecution FISHERMANS CATCH Horrified to Find the Body of a Mane on His Hook IJlmcstown N Y Sept 30F W hankie of Cincinnati while fishing In Chaiiauqiia lake Tuesday felt It tug on his line anti upon pulling the hook to tho surface was horrified to find the body of a man The body waa la tor Identified as Aaron Spencor M a resident of Boameriown The discovery of the body points to another probable tragedy as Spiniest loft Inkewood Sunday In company with Fred Metcaife of Hoomertown Motealfc has not since been seen National Womans Golf Tournament Chicago Golf Club Wheaton III 311Mrll Caleb Fos of till Huhtliifilun Valley Jolt club tnrrlod off the honors In the qualifying round for tho national womans golf tourna mint over tho Wheaton course Tuoi flay Geo W Vanderbilt Robbed Ashevllio N C Sept 30A elosn rend of George W Vanderbilt IS an t orlly for tho stalaraont that Mr Van UrblHs proaijjje lu Ashefllla II mire o e3 fact that lie has Ucoa robbed cl tuuo bv oflice eiupljyci HIS DECISION FINAL XoULiiioiiisiUwWill Not Delia Lolt mall Jlillci1 The Question of Mr Miller Person Fitness Must Be Settled In the Regular Routine of Administration Washington Sept 30 Samuel do m per president of the Apr rican ted titzanlzatlon and four or five other mcm erof the executive council of tbo American Federation of Labor wero In conference with th president for I long time Tuesday night with rot Mice to the cases of Foreman Mlllc of the bookbindery of printing office whoso discharges I8 ougjt by the labor loaders The conference broke up about 11 oclock and shortly thereafter the fol lowing statement was given to t press at the white bouse Pursuant to the request of Samu Oorapers president of the Federation of tabor tho preside- a lit granted an interview Tuesday evanl- n to the following members of the exec live council of that body Mr Samuel Rompers Mr Duncan Mr John Mitchell Mr James OConnell and Mr Frank Morrison which various subjects of leglslatto in tho Interests of labor aa well as ecntlve action wore discussed corning the case of William A Mllle p the president made the following seat- e ment I thank you and your comm tee for your courtesy and I ppreclat10 tho opportunity to meet with you will always bo a pleasure to see yo u Ir any representatives of your organ H zatlons or at ycur federation as a wholef regards time Miller case I ha to add to what I have already said In dealing with It I ask you to remember that I un dealing pureI y t mydtlon by too laws of the land which am sworn to administer and whlcll llfferentlate any case in which the government of time United States is a party from nil other cases whatsoevci Time laws are enacted for the bend ftt of the whole people and can not anti moat not be construed as permitting discrimination against some of tn people I am president of all the pea plo of tie United States without re gad to creed rotor birthplace occt pation or social conditions My aim I s to do equal and exact justice as them all In the and missal of men In the government lion ire I can no more recognize the fa tint a man does or does not belong t a union as bolng for or against him tVnn I can recognize the fact that bo- Is a Protestant or u Catholic a Jew or n Gentile as being for or against himIn the communications sent me by various labor organizations protest Ing against the retention of Miller li the government printing office the grounds alleged are twofold r Th he Is a nonunion man 2 That be Is not personally lit The question of his personal fitness Is one to be settled tin routine of administrative detail and can not be allowed to conflict with or to complicate the larger questloi of governmental discrimination for or against him or any other man becaugi ho Is not a member of a union This tx the only question now before mi for decision and us to this my decls Ion Is final DICKENS BIRTHPLACE It Was Sold at Austlon By the Mayo Idof Portsmouth for 5625 London Sept OThe blrthHlac r Charles Dickens 387 Commercial Landport near the Portsmouth dock yard where his father was a clerk i In which tho author spent the earl part of his life was sold by at Portsmouth Tuesday night bought In for 5G2 by time mayor rep resenting the city of Portsmonl- Theme was a large attendance at sale which was followed by Hpcechci congratulating the municipality of Portsmouth ou Its action to which the mayor rapondel H was announce that a Dickens museum would bly be established In thn house SHOT HIM IN THE LEG The Shooter For Hours Prevented Crowd From Rendering Assistance St Louis Sept 30A quarrel Toe day between Aiwm Krtiegel GG a flsni maker living at Central and vrit Knorr CO resulted In I thootlu KUOIT in the log with a gun and then while the Injured lay on time ground alternately tor help and asking for water btood near for hours with his and prevented it crowd from rendering nsaUlance to the wounded man Finally the news reached the iffs office and a deputy oierlff hurried to the scuiio and arrested Kritegel The Red Cress Society Salonica Sept IIThe America- mission line presented a petition toI Minister LclsJman end Sir Nicholas R OConor the British ambassador re questing them to aeoure the admission of a corps of tbo Hod Cross society into Turkey Ths Firemen Elrct Officers Chicago Sept 0Toe National Ktrcmon8 association Tuesday chose e following officers President Geo C Hale Kansas CUy Mo secretary r W Oilitn Chicago treasurer Join li rrycr Wnitewatr WJs trtt4++ Nti1 SD4N H+ H+ Ht+ t444+ if n it Interesting Staews f r- tar9tA ttt1++tI44 + + My I4A44r BOYS WANTONLY SHOT alone I Receives a Bullet In the Leg ane the Other In the Chest Dayton Ky Sept 8The outsk of this city was Sunday afternoon th steno of what seems to have been I wanton and deliberate attempt to kll 1111oyears shot down by a man who was riding 01 the C 8 0 freight train which wa going caster It was shortly after 1 oclock whel the train passed through Dayton ani cpmpanlratwere on outside the town limits There wer 39men on the third car from the engln a flat carand as soon as they cam heWeer tie boys they began hurls at them and one of them dre out lilll revolver and fired Just as DI linmIll dodged behind a tree The iJIIIIE the boy IP the leg below th ragnee C9nnelly was shot a taw mutes later the train reaches Brents station lie was hit In the lot shoulder In which the bullet lodgel Tie boys statement Is that be wa onwalking along near the trod at th was doing nothing to lrI 1J1volie the shooting Physicians eoul locate the ball The appcaran seemed to Indicate that it had entire Itths lung THE TRIBUNE TRAGEDY- It I Melton Carley May Recover But Mis Agnes Travis Will Die Madisonville Ky Sept 28it- te I ono thought that Milton Carlcy tb young man who had his throat cut Tribune Ky near here Friday evel Ing by an old sweetheart will re001 cr though Miss Agnes Travis wh the deed and then atteiractcommitted her life In the same wa will die as she will not adhere to au medical treatment Carley had beo married to another woman only a fe weeks and Jealous led to the horrl tragedy The young bride Is nlma frantic over tho condition of her 11U band Miss Travis says she does the want to recover ANOTHER FEUD POSSIBLE I Tom Caskey Who Killed His Cow DownIsWest Liberty Ky Sept 26T- ct d Caskey who killed his cousin Forr Caskey a short time ago In this COlli ty was shot to death Friday at gl Fork four miles from here Th brothers of Forrest Caskey are ace ed The sheriff and a largo pOi have gone to mate an arrest TII excitement Is high It Is predict that tots Is the beginning of a ba feud Caskey families are alllO1 the largest In the county and al atabout equally divided All are fightl people InBrood Mares Sold Lexington Ky Sept 21V n J1 Corkle the local turfman and form owner of Barouche sold to taker Gentry Monday two hlghclas ore mares for a long but private Ill They are the brown mono Brook by Imp billet In foaMo Alcedo al with a weanling black filly by her sl- by Previous anti the bay niaru Pe fume by Trcmont in foal to SaniU with a weanling bay colt by her sid also by Previous Wallace and Loeb to Buy Horses Lexington Ky Sept 2911 Wallace the wellknown local turfmi Ltltorl111r owner of The Commoner HI Hemp and other good parlor ers arrived here accompanied by WI orlIam Loeb of Memphis and togetl will purchase a number of ye ndlings and twoyearolds for their ctrl or next season lhWoman s Deeds sMarion Ky Sept 26yllss Ago Travis a young woman of good faml Friday cut the throat of Milton Cn ley with a razor and then wound 130hellIelf In like manner They will 11 Carley had for five years paid coma to Miss Travis but a week ago mi rled another girl and this Is thong to have prompted the deed aFumr Dying of Smallpox Lebanon Ky Sept 2S Hawkl Blair 30 a prominent farmer of Lbs county deed at his home near CI cage of smallpox contracted wh nursing a brother who died two wee tago of the same disease Mr Blab and only child are now strict IIwith the disease elught For a Bottle fWhisky ilopklnsvllle Ky Sept 2S11 llogers and Isaac Mclleynolds far quarMrReynolda was shot In the side HI back IJe will die StemmerynGeor g Toewater manager of the Continent Tobacco Co In this city stated th the company would build a stemmei as an addition to Its warehouse In th oily this fall and which when complete would give employement to COO Men He Killed His Wife Mlddlesboro Ky Sept 8At Ir lay not far from the county seat c Harlan county Ky Martin Green sir and killed its wife after a quarri lie was arrested A lynching may fa low J A BRILLIANT EVENT + 1- t I The Opening of the International Horse Show at Louisville I Louisville Ky Sept 29JThe Internationale exhibition of horses under the 1 auspices of the Loulsvlllo horse Show I association opened Monday night tore a weeks session It was the most c brilliant event the local social world n has known for years tho 100 boxos s encircling the amphitheater being fill ed with handsomely gowned society i women and their guests from many I sections of the country The exhibition of horses was on ant extravagant scale nearly 800 animals 9 being on tho entry list for tho season C Although tho Hoi so Show avsocla e limn more than doubled last ycarK stabling facilities many horses worn s sent to quarters near tho main bulld I lug Local exhibitors wore requested t to keep their animals at homo antll e time hour for showing as there was norspace in tho building I d AT THE THIRD TRIAL V ttI Claude Day Acquitted of the Killing N of Felix Bullock a Campton Ky Sept 28ho WolfejI county Jury returned a verdict s guilty Sunday morning In the case ot 1 Claude hay charged with killing Felix Bullock In Breothltt county two years ago Two trials of the case In Jackson resulted In hung jury The case was then transferred to Wolfe county The llarglsCallahan faellon4 p event ed an acquittal In Broathltt county Bullocks widow lives In Wolfe county I Judge D II Kedwlne presided over i the three trials and hay was prose crated by Attorney Byrd who gained a reputation in tho prosecution of the Jelt White cases A JUDGES STRANGE MISHAP r y He Mistook Acid For Tooth Wash and t Was Painfully Burned et Frankfort Ky Sept 9Judge Jas IIijaaehigg late chief justice of the t Kentucky court of appeals met with a- painful If not serious accident Mon layftnornlng In washing his teeth hp a bottle of carbolic acid for a bottle of tooth wash Ills mouth and throat are In such condition that lie t can not talk above a whisper Died Far From Home Newport Ky Sept 28A telegram was received here from las Vegas N M stating that Helen the 17 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs W W White had died on a train en route to Cali fornla whither she was going with her father In the hopes of regaining her health She lead been suffering tor some time with lung trouble The I body will be brought homo for Inter t meat It Jail Officials Frightened Louisville Ky Sept 9Jall urn dials were thrown Into a panic Monday morning when they heard groans from r the cell of Curt Jutt brought here tram Cynthlana for safekeeping Tin condemned man was found in agonyI e j and It was feared he had taken polsOn but the jail physician found him suf d I fering from stomach trouble attrib uted to a change In waterIe I 8Woman Died In the Depot Guthrie Sept 26lrl Jemi e ma Thomas while eu route iron Plattsburg Mo died In the passenger depot here of heart failure She lint J 3805 In money and a note In hr n pocketbook saying that she was on hr h way to her daughter Mary Cole tJ n Ellzabetblown Ky II Sells All Mineral Rights Madjsonville Ky Sept 2GTi Gordon Land Co of this city has sol all Its mineral rights consisting if several thousand acres of fine col lauds to the St Bernard Coal Mlnln Co of Earlington The St Berna 1 v Co now controls over half the mineral I rights In Hopkins county IIFiltal Quarrel Over 20 Cents rI Mlddlesboro Ky Sept 2ftJoTn- r Jones shot and killed lawrence DutVv It on ono of limo prluclpal streets of Mi dlesboro Friday Duffy was shot fin times The men quarreled over I 1 rents A Drought In Central Kentucky IsI Lexington Ky Sept 2tt4entral i Kentucky Is suffering from a drought ire which has not only cost thousands of s dollars In damage to crops but Ii- I n causing Immense suffering among the people and live stock Boy Accidentally Chat Himself ill Paducah Ky Sept 6Jonn Pn 11 aged 13 years was fatally shot nt EI Woodvllle this county while taking t u small rifle down from a rack Tins II weapon was accidentally discharge the bullet striking him In the head on Trial For Murder IBrothersp 1 Ky Sept 29Tine de ill fense be all testimony Monday In tin It case of Joe Dan Sam and Robert AI y len charged with tno Delaney Peters assassination There Is intense feel- Ing11 and mob violence Is feared if u heavy sentence Is given y The Fox Hunter Meet II Versailles Ky Sept 19 President It W U Roddy and his committee have It selected New Hav ii Nelson county Ky as lilt puuv fU holding the an anal suet ut tile National 1oc Mum 11 ers association on November 30 ty ilj lJMBJVTI11TT NEWS I sJ WISE HAfllNS Editor 1 I rtdty gVGbm 21003 tN3rM et J t urce 11VL tiT ARD 4 V 113 a r rt id ate o of Jailer of Breathilt Jeer to the notion rIjfHreothitt County ntthper Election 1003 aI WM are Autltgrl il ii riiinoime Jrq IIAILFA- na a eant31aa1 fur ilio ofllce of Jailer t oft lireathitTe Miiy nubjec to tho nc 2 fof the voters f Hrontliitt countIJ atinWNaqeiubf r IkOlion 1003I V art authorised to announce F A LYON of rfnltjrille UI a candidate for Sononior to represent the 20th composed of the counties of Madison Kit ill Powell and Lee to theu notion of the Democratic pntlyts JOHN p WHITE Caviy r Kootn 013 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky I Will jmiotiec In Stnto and U S Courts Buys and nells Heal Estate Keeps Rood list of Farm nt lair prices Spe cial Mention gfvun to Oil Goal nnd Tiniliir mode Reports values on ap I plication Director for tho New ErntJ Lnnd Oninin tfCirculation nioro than F01KTEHN HUNDJtni coies Wi will nocopt ndvertisoincnts on a pianuitoo that our paper has Dion than twlco tliQsfiircnlation int lircailiitt County of any paper r oIishooIIJudge Blnjcoy has been making n speaking tour of tho countII thiweek and Judgo R Riddle will begin his campaign in thos touutyneat week The voters willvideutly hoar lots of cam paign talk between now and tho liTtfom The tilQst important icsiu is can we hnvefrea LanotII finda fair count infffireathitt Count f if kCONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT m Tp Bo Voted On at the November EI tlonICHAPTER 60 An act to provide for an amendment- to Scotlon 181 of the Constitution of KentuckyThe General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal pur poses en personal property tanglblo sad intangible based on Income licenses or franchises In lieu of an nllValorfw tnx of4onIIProvided clUes of the first shall not be authorized to omit thOII Imposition or an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway terry bridge gas or water heating telephone telegraph electric light or electric power com to lJl1nto Uncle Ben was here a few houri fhuridavcWe have received a car load of Ka- nawha Salt and are selling seven bushels for 175- CRUV Cons Co PollardHudson Mr Will Pollard and Miss Alplm Hudson the beautiful nnd accoin plshed young daughter of Mr nnelF Mrs J II Hudson were married nt the home if the brides parents nt NuLI ble on September 21 Esq James It Noble offiolatlngrJudge Robert ItuldloVs Dates Judge Robert Hlildlo Democratic nominee for Circuit Judge of this District will speak at the following u time nJeKoiiBKttiu Friday Oct Othn CVIrMouth of Fro en 1uosday Oct 13n Everybody invited to be present U Judge Theo U Blakey Republican H nominee is invited to be J1r U whom a division or tinge will be glenC Speat ingwill begin at 100 p m ojh day G This is the 500HANAN Shoe I Day Bros Co j 1m rCORRESPONDENCE lUFrom This and Surrounding Counties by our Special ICorrespondents i SSsa1i A CS2f55fSalI- iT 113 MOUG Our school progressing nicely with njood nttendniup- i Mr John GIlum of Cane Creek ic moving to Mnrg this week Mr Turn Smith who was hurt on ImprovingMr tending court at ClIlI1llton this weekIlrwk at and Elisha Young went a do Bear hunting last Thursday over on Davit but could not find tho Hear The funeral of Willey Roberts and of Mr Mdhemons boys both sal diets will bo preached at the residence James Roberts near the mouth of Pun Howl branch by J B Flinch on the second Sunday in October in Everybody Invited at Mr and Mrs Tom Taulbee were vUtllntf on Morg last Saturday and Sunday HAZARD Circuit Court adjourned Friday There were a great many Common wealths cases tried There wera sev Itreutliitt county men sent to the Stole Prison Geo Sizemore two years for horse stealing Elijah and Daniel Hush cattle Stealing one and twoyeurs Wiley McDaniel for stealing a wnlcli ono year Daniel Busbw Henry Noble and Geo Uush for rpb berg three years each All of the above parties plead guilty John Warren of Knott county was sent flora for mule stealing who also plead guilty Mr Warren made u on In his own behalf which was very sensible speech If ho only would practice what he preached ho will b n good man when he gets outp r tho pan again for It is said this Ishls third tripfaWm Combs of Perry county was up ono year for shooting at R W Oombs a deputy sheriff life Grand Jury reported about 160 indictments nearly all of which were ror peiml offonses It is said by nlltl that the lion Judge M J Moss hold of the best courts ever held In lluznrd We regret to say that our lever and good Jtiller M C Eversole is very low with Typhoid fever if Work on the college at Hazard is progressing nicely Lots are being at bought around the college for build HI ing purposes It W Combs and J M Hall have purchased an acre adjoining the college property on which they intend to build I hope to see the time when thein wealth In the mountains of Kentucky will bn developed and put Into the markets of the world There is an seubnndnncomnnt What we want is the vast coal leltls of Kentucky to be opened up J tiandoleo that have money to do the Se work eume on IIndbuyour land fur of we want to sell Then we will work trade or do some honorable bust ness for a living If capitalists want build rallronds there ore lots of that would work I would like hear the roar of the dynamite shots comllltUII tho valley of old Kentucky blowing out the cuts and tunnels for a milroad the BKATTYVILLE W 0 Lutes Clerk of the County Jour is in Lexington this week in 0 M Harris of Versailles was here ing Monday nnd Tuesday looking after the legal business Judge G W Gourley is having some wn lots laid off The improvements that ore going on is convincing that a Ins will sell to James Combs of Owsley is survey 13CounlyCourt granted Eli Newman lo keep a tavern with the privilege of soiling liquor near Evaline on the L A j railroad JnlteirnCojudgment In the sum of 00 The f A passenger does not stop i Main street crossing any wore We not know the souse and the only information we have received trout time railway Is that Uncle Jteubln Stzemore objected because T T Roberts and Sam Darchs saloon Is at the crossing and he gild not haveu talc chance with i them James Hammons is the hap test inan town He has a 11jwIeputy Jailer his home We want to oompllmeet Yaller Britches for the comment In his last = letter as to the policies of John D White We think it fits John very well as John Is a kicker and usually kicks himself more than any ono else I TORRENT I lUdgewoQlSJuncti last Thursday Miss Mary Gluey gave a social to her friends lost Thursday night all ho attended thoroughly enjoyed themselves Mr Dave Baker of Standing Rock called upon riendaat Itldgewood Junction last Saturday Messrs Steve Tolson and Julio Jolies Saturday night last attended a sr ntthryhomeford of Standing Rock Thebojs re orted a nice time MrJesse Townsend has removed his mily from Ridgewood Jiinctfoii isthestead one half mile from here Miss Ella Proctor of Ridgowood Junction is visiting Mrs Rutle Mar Mrs Ella William of Western Ark who lies horn visiting relatives iu Zochariah all summer left hera Sept 14th for the home of her sister in Cen trot DI- uBurnOn 0 the 18th to Mr nod Mrs Tlios Combs a daughter Mrs Combs at tlH present writing Is dangerously Mr Isaac Bush was In Lexington Tuesday calling upon his brothertilaw Charley Faulkner who Is a patient in the Good Samaritan Hospital that city- James Whitaker aged 48 died at ltWguu ocd on the 20th Funeral ser rvices and burial ceremonies on the 21st were conducted at that place by 0 W A M deceased being a mum er of Beech Grove Council No CO erlll Juniors of Park Council No 44 this place attended the funeral of their departed brother A widow and tour children two girls and two buys besides several brothers and sisters survive him Mike AlcKehan L E Conductor had one of his ankle bones broken leaf Friday morning a piece of timber fell on him from the roof of the tunnel striking him on the leg with above result Charley Faulkner married and of this place was seriously If not fatally injured In the tunnel last Friday morn while directing his men In recov rocks from the big hole a port of roof tumbled in burying him under tons of stone and slate ills in juries are broken wrist leg broken In two places and two ribs broken besides Internaflnjuries lie was taken the Hospital in Lexington Mr Clyde Rumfleld of Clay City 252S25252S2S252S2S252S SZS E2525 525252 I FLOYD DAY President J SAMUEL HEAD Jutftashlen PPMAWFORD Vice President ROBT VANAUSDALL Asst Cash ri r I I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capital 15000001 J Surplusr 105000 We solicit the Banking Business nnd accounts of Lumber Manufacturers Timber Dealers Business Men MerchantsFarmers tThroughout EiUeru Kentucky and offer pur uatomera the inoa LIBERAL TERMSWithin the limins of legitimate business COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY s 43F5 25ZSr5252r25252 + 21f5F5uifZS 525uZ l v rtIOi The Criterion tl itI I rrj rrhc 1fltest npd Best j r JIP T Jt+ xREADY TO WEAR t 11 Jllat 51 ArjDS E AS Q 0- rfv sewliifiirf I FVrERS x 1SLIrA- GKSol IENTFqJIY t+ o err Su25525u2F5cS 525 was lii our town Sunday Mr Ed Myorstgnvu a social to the ioYsijji1 girls ofRidgewood Junction ast Monday night- tafrsWiJllainBelford SpOilt Sunday nm11 Stiles 5Mrslast jlundaprBUCK CREEK g J li Scott of the firm of IsaacsjScntt1 iasksold hllntorlt In the 5b justness to B B Isaac and Uluckvtell ma Jotired to private life Judge Isaacs is still using his crylcii Mr DiogThof Jneksoh sfr ltiI Itwell rot 11 B Carrot ftJSunday ffor the flm Tui8 In hree ssookiS6exepurta llnf her Sqhool progressing nlcelYLo k Old nunl Becca Minter of Green Hall died on the 2Ui r Time littlson of Mr Gravesot Jack eon who taviiting his arnndrultir Judge oiPel v9rthji Ina critical condition with to tome throat dlseate t ai JtBOWLING Miss Lizzie Evans attended chore thi3plac3 Sunday v Prof Finley Bowllnghas closed lils schoolat Gayls OreeknMorris and Bowling took dinner with me writer Sunday i Lizzie Evans was all smiles Sunday For some souse Mr Gilbert Carnahan passed here Sunday enroute to Gays Creek I b flows THIS SUIT YOJLlk The best d 500 Shoe X500 w Made Day Jackson Sold lJyI u THE BREAD MAKER has no fears of the result when using Mansfields Flour I IHs white and has the natural taste flavor of the wheat berry Makes better whiter healthier bread than you hove been using because It is milled from the beet wheat and milled in the right way on the best equipped roller flour mill In Kentucky Let a 25lb sack of BEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN LILLY talk to you It vtfll be more convincing than a barrel of words Ask your groper tor It li 0 MANSFIELD SON BOSSLYN KY J i ATUOI F1u tluid li t lIr llthldC- lIUIltY Nests Illt with to be nJ1e imldLrI san tJIirruadf t1 ire t fIVQ rou ode ii51l1 t would bt Ii blessbvg O sot I CIIIollle of Eaiterni Kosroads anti telct 1Iii l1d how thOY JIro to loo ff ubtaincdall1l1alO the quest 1 ll1ltl asktl how lnud roads Art to f1 obtained IUtittkn tiur6baeralip- p enspsfont of tbedrerr clo v tivtistt j 11 to thg urposc of conTlr d n IIUst n wI will vjtt tpoll inxati oaeli vfttor aiTit idrrjfUi uUh a special julecWd cuU tJ I5SoVlbrtlio people of each county LetllirCtrtangy collectrd by iptcldl collector bo 1tlloliltedyuhhi cum uJUslon pail out of wnmtf thcji Jet tho peuplo by rote select specli + c5inr imisiorioHniyivo or three ftieacl gunly to locate and surrey nWdtoj roads to and through various eoinM t filltOi to condemn lunch for gaud rood ap and pay for tAttle out of n sd Tjindilien let said commisiiianorii let but various roads to contract ba built and paid out of road fm Ilieir comminiion for same some one will say ny taxes will lilgh for that sort df systertot stolid that r pretur tt 1 ld1aw mnkln all l H ft dor6111i inet ay- g d My jnenji who yolpjuf be l have iived III Uroatbitt county hall life fifty years and tho fOltdVI1S8 are very little bettor than tlitfyVer e jUien was ti buy Those urn things to note with ciiisidorablts thoujjit anij I hope tlat something of this kind of rood system will in the near futuro take goodIfgudsthe presuut tlJtm wo muvur can 1iofd ascot hope for them I bc- lievil hiliIIIout loud or home to work equal eji iKe public highway with time non tlmtuTos sot horses houses and land and with time roads for his daily use to iiddHoilils account or com fort lteeYdee this there Is another thought L fore us tlio moment we Lava good graded roail through our Titrluuj neighborhooJsrWjth law and order that moment eu e on thectprices of land and would be such as tt trap fur construction of said roads S c With this letter before you I hops some one with brighter Ideas will write on the same subject With best regards lo NEWS readers J W PALmeRI Wo have JuSt rc Ild u bed steads spring matressea chairs fill churns all sizes and kinds which ive respectfully Invite the public to saltt and examine fOrRinr Call Fur Republican Convention1 f Time Republican of Breathitt county are hereby culled to meet at the GOUKJ House in the town of Jackson on SaW urday the 3rd day of October at iiF adcuuntycorruption In elections In said tetih r ty or elsewhere but are In favjrfof a tree ballot and fair count nrtUBlio invited to attend said convention without gaid to vast 1101 i31afilll ton any parteipnto thelel tor tho purpost ut nominating candidates for the oHIces of Circuit Court Clerk Sheriff and Jailer or said cotlnty t bo voted Jr ot tho cnsuIngj rsoembeJ lection t hand this the 18th day of Sjjfpniber 1003 f 0 GiiimTH V I IItThe 1otVe+ bebilIlOvamo 2cti6x r 5 A Xu Olcrlt Monroe E SrSltif lies accepted n poslllbn as clock i eta store of Grain Combs k Co lIl1 fiantnaingBushtebau of this firm leas ro Increase of their ilJrlcol forcer and tloyltro turtunato 1 n bomlrmg sor i vices of sucl jiKwen T qualified man us Mr Smith y o r h- P t V t r the most c GBN ERE T fo MEROj 6 II w7 II Mt I Ever brought t of r For ell t Fas oAeh o+ a ey couldy i Mr he Fines fi A P Dt1r HOES lqi I Kentucky nsshoesare pl atest Style 11 Pii11iiery GodyEIt This D partment is under the man agement of Miss Laura Rawlings who can shov you fs The Latest Style Hats 1 direct from New York City Also If FONABLE DRESS GOODS f In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh ronl the Eastern Markers t orJ t FURNITtJREC 1 W are the people you are looking for j- we have it by car loads to suiti evY body 4 I Come angeed its our oIl inluulnBlllbtnntnnnunnnnunrunnunnuniBnlfnluuBnnunninnnnrs rces e Ar AIIRigh I II 1 1IIII1IIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJlllfIIlH1 1II11 1111111111111111111 n 1I11111111Ulllllllllii r l L P ylOs CP f j 1 rf 3 r a 0 O TO ffMAN i1 ItfI tt 13tC Stylos ofeio l tlInllllllllII Q- I o7 eft et- o C mss h i c iiiiiiiiiiiiiittr N r 0 he 1tChi111- Cl hIll 1111 1101 1 r i r JiICIC Sl11 K C1 7 iuwheBreathitt News llIhIJSh lIcrr Irltltt s it tR z55cZSd52r- 2 FirAPPCN1N6Srt OF lmTH WEEK u tIN AND J r JACKSON lis5Zr25252eS sI fjf Clrculntlon nioro tliitn p rI TOtJUTKUX lluiHlml COllie i RS zf xi lifggs nrt vupth 18 CIIlpriozCII ti Fred IXJcof Irvine to In Iho city mmmitm OinsBiig tT quoted nt M null JO jier t 9 pound + I If you jmviFan enprnvDiR to tlo try S II lIHuorJ Mint lteu ntlnterof Groon Hall died on the nth r J r Hods of Ipbbiuvfiff i t jI I i on MotuUy L lfnrmiJ for Uu lend ndveitis ja I s meiltIn this Itstw +I Miss Nestle Oombs Is visiting in Leif5 iingtonthis week t JlIlIjuJf but Itidtlellf of IrJislA ar rireJ In the city l Irtlgldny Il it- It tutrdLclnas ItaaV 1fIH1I- WI aitrlJuzard tie I JJl11 1i Wli6 bareuinlbuslncss urflt of wee Have iftiJ fitted by SIi eenorjowulerandupUclniiunc Q lV wa refit teiv Jt Ihu rllpgtun Saturday Illls nrtttbeIIhiKliZ 1dJ cis n VOlilld nnd youptJ ohlcKcns nt 1111 n pouted zf youant n hain1 giiiqy trimmed haFcnll ttllPoters 4RnthSOy Atturuey JhII1US1 Hillel Pout n few days n IoxliiKtoufnst wecrc on 4ullncu Frazier caritp oIIl Leo Y OlsJt 1t taietiteblr and Mrs Solomon Frazlov yiSIr E V llilbnr or r itn wa q hero Jlrllt of the week t Hf aput Inont hotel mall pf his city i Mrs 0 IL Iollurd end Sirs Piinjfi 141tj It 1a l t tfi I Y ibYs t11CSC cuts PriccsM ytfQ r l tYlilll for II SHOES 1 1 a j1t Iiati1 m llch J Q + ir lnst T FIfC 4 1 = Fi a plfnifttit pbjtlfl joke Chamber loins Stomach and Liver Tablets Insy to take Tleawnt in effect For alo by DAY Hn IQ IIlIu Kloni BnuwUrn of St Helens thrvitRh here IHSI Saturday uii Ihol vBy lt Oannel City to visit aba ofUopt IIrAIIshawI1 1 Jou4Vriln 1tIIPr the nicest line of writing psper ever brought to Jjiekfan Unll and oxamlUB S 0 Pleenor Intv Willianiiiniid fiimily who have been amending tho Oouferotico u t Lexington l vu rnturnl tf lie has not accepted mil npnpintiueiK but will remain in tllf clip fur tilt present Fur Loin Iii iltslllld mOlli ult1 II Ik onyinue uilnIti1 trtoJo sal yI r S lonum veinj lI rod Ky aaUcito Louisville Uteri Jett u s taken front he Oyn- IUrtlinBlull to o Lulgrl lu jail hu- tsat i lacy by oltq1 or lodge shorn yr IXhI eu r Audp J l ken he loho knee rl 10 Iul1lJ g cut n tram CItr OH Fitrtp IIIah In Tuesday Xo Opnusitloii e ftllaofIGsehtntyo in tho 31 rgnnVolfe Legla Inlivq Ulilriuf I For ialo J Gntgr ncUIIfu thorllull uI lle3i4utIIII1 11 l1lfohllnnd desire tttjVII raltR011r rj I IIn 1 Y Io tOlllobhcd ilia tustOlllcu I f1ton tugom Carltyy 1drubbud it t ae dog utgl- by thre9 uil Nwsy 4 J AlJu1I 17 In money npd 81a 1J Iiro alteb- 14Iurd 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to a4t 11t t oxingun Ky 11 B l t vet nil sups 1- 1tiae u a y o t to illarr Outaity N Y- tnzelte or da t January S ISoO It i- ul a tern I g fr 3 urge VVashiugtos nh tiled a Ill 19th day of Ueceutber 170 U is funny to rend some of the MJitijonents One roads Fd Onehalf of a saw mill luaated i nr iv pine forest and In the town of ureter N Y vend also a healthy atom active netru wonoh Assasslnutctl rut AVcst Liberty Fridayishlstrirdm n rW ID IiJfll1JttY11I Slnrgnn Count p n iirfriittnietlyIjnl d QISc1 Idllmllih aoiitln lust SIIhfJi nod It Is thought that that was the onus of the nssaHl nation LATKU Iton Onskuy and his son Yanoy have beenUrrosfednud nre now nt Jnl I olmrged with the mttrdur It U said that other nre imnlicnteiljj AVliorc ilustlco Uul ill Stiitrciiio ItIiidjoiiriiedut Hazard last fir day with tho following convictions George Sfzemore for horse stealin two years Klijah and Daniel Hush for cattle 8tcalhifejono nnd tjvo yours ey for stealing watch on yes Danhil Hash Henry Noble nod Geo Hush for robbery three years cacti Jaiin NypTEfln of Knott county tout YlIIIstm county to IIIttng at 1 ty Sheriff It lV s ono yen Qataed 40 Pounds in 30 Days f tFOl vernl titnntGs our youuo lllllo6esflultHu v r Jnetlles but min Ira lJel1ttflt trm them IV- I a arch II sumeq CIIIUnlltrllllll and Llvir r- Nfte mid he I IInlaell 4 I1II- IIY 601 tvrtJ1lp II lul1IId c e11nra 1tIIIIlItlt 1111 I tgblrl II1i Icy hr SGlrchuute tilfrauchSf o For sale n y D o Coti t 1t11J1It hint what you hayyjj rTt1- ICd 8Qt of Coli1SulltllUOIl llre llIllluJIn7itl dInE IYetl ydap gigltt Ii Cuustnilpll mS11Qwpa n- eie8r 9f JptilijltliLirW ionyo 1 ho L IItut lrl sin Till SIOK J liuv Powell rtIniiirftVliiB rapidly 1tt C 4 3ba tI ak of1unaheon Ii t Is ltI1iAril S gls a down wllh fP oruI H 111 IIfFlPIiIi1P 1 Itilb- sinuis on iii atrklis o vein rykial l + e ttan I 1 Jt IA wh101lIJNHI w t IIlc1iiilIh IlmUt and nut rxpertrd tu f hitprnrllljlr Puhul Sjenliiui t 4r HnTn1 Sf iof Tlii jr county UoiullJcun flO1I1 lice rOlltllllnd Cum H1IuiQIIII st II1 TakeTlatrick of Mni mn boltltillPenk oat the fol loitini placen i Williaimburgomluf Ost 5 riulon Liuuul comtyroef day OetnburO iCitihmond MadUon ootfuty Well day October 7 r Irvin Kihmiiinirtftirlphyl Oce tuber 8 lit IOAA1 Uiaityvllle Lan coinuS frldoy October 10 11tlnSpiiikliig nt II Jf except Irvlijo LndidB are uspeehllly invited UwjthjU- uuiymd hear the 4fguntaliif r L i Ran nTn Penny Nail Through His J eij Hand 1lhii i pinlng sJuX1 C Mount of Turn lilt lIny N Y rat n ten penny null UjcfJURli the floshy peg of Jlis Jiind I nt nriue of IIli OIldlirtnl ltJli I wdilhl cause N Itl tt t1h uuil tlnme iutela n to lliln lain I Jnf1I1 ep y 1nllof rwnads Tu uty slur pri4eIlrn1srtI jill pltln and Iwre n- and are thdt ItrjI parts Wn sorln lent tlltfr nla hp Oty Btu OL g H ChcatcUtliuIiffxv JJiiI h the j i- it JJnrlhd tire c hurt all if hint UI juiJr lt Urn ooh relive ttt 1 IIItJifr dins rtillua 1I u IJ jrlt jive ill 1111 Ins tpihlny evHtfli g ryvwk CO emu worth of fmirplilue from which ha tied i Hit had been conflnetl in jnil without hall to iinswer for tilt murder or Hnyd GHIlUh in tilia county n full day s ago lie asked his brother to get some tnorl iiie for him nnyit g Unit It might utiRliie him to sleep ainf rust butter in the jail Tniy Ia filly cent bottle which icOnTaintd oneeighlh ounri I iid it irastiot lung before lit had Uikeji tliiCtniiro content I i ft04in fell tutu a last deep stupor frmn which tie Water reooverad The sold tens worked heroically d portlatently with him nil Monday Afternoon nut nighand It was not until TJuesday IIIr UIJII Y r IclknwI1 ex H Leslie i aGrealiTruI 1j ra I eadof Juba Vusley tin once said to Mistress Wesley 11UD1 do yoi toll that child the slime thing user and over again John Wesley been ii o once telling is taut enough It IK fur this sumo reason that you nre told nguln and again that Chamber lains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of theiM diseases to result in pneu monia and that jt liffr soot vend si to tuUe For sal Irs Car Panel Thu fimoiM of4 Htnil Harvey willlll preucuer liTie family grove yard 1rllllhll nil ruakthe fourth Saturday and SiVJiiy in October I9i 3 by Kuv Stephen uXrpeinpr and John Henry Combs Everybody jnvit d iThetunernlserrloe11f1V1 Hbrl1l IIul1I a son of Mr McPhorguifF both of whom were sold low vet ougld side by tilde will be preached n r tliiJjtiesidenee of Mr James Uubarts near the mouth of Pun Howl by Run J H Fllnuhum on the second Sunday In October The funeral uf Aunt JCaiUy Qjnlilttji q was pruached 011 Stillwnter Ill Wolfe county on lust Sunday bj lTm Wm Tyler and Ohnrlea Garrison Nutwith suututIn iho forenoon there was n large Irolgn amutig Pearl Abner and Llllle Duimwny St lichens I iDo GoodIt PA Y SJIAChicago man has observed tTiitg Qoud deeds are better than yeah OS IItllto deeds some of the latter are ULIrf hand You cannot IIOlillilyltto it Most men appreciate n ki id Wfrd nitdI enoourugef vet mare tlnui suUtiintiiU help slid liiIlJI pewoii jln slitouul tiuinity who might truthfully 1I aj h good friend uluur up A few uace ot Ohamberhtlns Cough Rumedtti tll rU yuu of your cold and thenTTrn0diiii gar whatever frtini un uiiiiMtifr ihi j n ti iu J I f rare c I till 11111 Ii t n illiG Uuiir llnt allglgld Kiini iiliuiri they are bllerluf nt greaVudVgaliiB J r A 1 oUon Offiero- e 1Ifrung done bru iiH inlcd lretfup fur ILL IIIIIIJ 911- nijpy drtIj JAKdON NO J O II p 11 rd nnd Iugn linty jwtN I1 Uu oUtfi Jnni i lliol JI OKSOJC NOZ- tHineii JwfH1ti Jr and O 18tro Judges J tin L Wrung cIk1feok Imbs lltlf SON D08 i iTnino tliibinstiii nod II train Oiuiv + i j Vill flay crank IIltyrt k IhC- y i sheriff l 4 1ItOZ 0 iftn n 11 jllllIt 11 il UrYItt IyCityu1r fI1 01 1lWJ1 1 Eithn t1 hm heal Ilollo- urjudgs4tfm Ildl t r OlyrlooI luuusutlsherlR 4- CICQ JKI6feu Morris nntl iWbtjfrjflllfOltJlidB ttfl5 Sani OtillHninV jl 1 JttinW H fiirner pliirKT GEORGES iiiA rcn JuJU nlC1udtllMJ Tyw Ilom IIiA JutlK Pl Alfred Jitmbill clorfc CiBflJS Idii lt urilTr CIAYHOLK Tn11ui by Ifud Janes JJtt juAgasJ II Allen clorlt I1I1 t1ftN h 1lrlJTSYLKWIS FOUR VWIUjjTuuher and Hiison Fuga Y 1 indue Win Noils elerk John MJ11 shiSrllT t SIt1tiFfRK Sum Ciirjwnterahd Wm Olinitnorin JwItcM4Ituok UnuJJey cltrkrl ubcn lrurtfxheriR a EII1oervtLIE Wm llpye ntitlpfS Miller judges II Stilly cleric 0 W I Pugh sheriff See P U 1leenttr for nil Hindu of watchp clocks and Jewelry rtrnlrinj prftirs rensdiiijble EXPENSIVE ASPARAGUS A Luiorr In HotlirtiMp Vegetable Thnt Ia for the Very Itlcli Only- I suppose the cuHIt of all vege tables sold liens ct this time of the year or atgny tite for that matter said a dealer In titu frmts and vege tables reports lie New York Sun would be the hothouse asparagus that has just ccirc In It is produced byn grower In Illinois This retails now at toll dollars n dncn bunches or one doUaro bunch Kuril hunch is like by n grower In Illinois This retaaflu- of some our ante U be p etl slender so that sin don t get very much asparagus for n dollar Take the Mnlki big and little a they run and tlev cost you about IS ateeparngus up pretty say along In March when they get downI to about 750 n do en asparagusIthere is not a verv great quantity though there are more people In New York now than ever before well able to buy whatever luMirie 1 they want and they buy costly ft nits and vegetables troaiv than they ever cliJ II j ARMS 1 ari F 0 11 8fn JZl W L 11 hy11rAt r flilllM i cnrl K1I8JJ in lari n i rli i1tnfrflt r Tl f fto t u 3uo Ares 5 fimi iii jiiki8 from lo to O Par Are nmr l IL Iare Iirli 11u rut IHMII nd Ibrrs 11 r tl rvrk I li ii mid V IllUfV PIIIIrY1r hduI I the the i Iunltl 1 1ttr tIII ltil II x Ifl n 111 i Irr Oklahoma Texas Arkan = sas or to the West in ISealcll of a I 1vI t IIP andr r II rrwul It ftirttntiiin iff tnlicl these ililir StaresYs are il n ioiiiMl In nlitiin lli rent Inrt nul and mien and to p III with i i tl slit you nay li Mffuiiiirii Yii orn aiiiitniriic N snl td1Id n ill Inve our pr 1101 n ttts Ceiiltat Ky llenl Estate Co- Ilobnnou Ky OV10 CirtiUrT and Treasurer 1o23-v y sJist receivedllhlIilt1 li it i iluttttree ever mlnuhI1trtoiJ SI Flt I ntc I MRS L S ADAMS Ot taUmtton Tosnn Wine of Cardul b United a blessing ta tired vromM Having suffered for even ycm with weakness and bear ingdown pains and having trkd several doctors sad different remedies with no sucttii your Wire of Cardul was the only thing which helped me andcntny cured me It seemed to up the weak parts strengthen the system and correct Irregularities By tired women Mn Adams mow nervous women who have disordered meotw fulling of the wombovarian troubles or any of these ailments that women have You can cure this of jjreat OUrJClfntlowilh cured tItfut Wtr Df cases which doctors hnvfailedtobeneflt Why lot begin to gt well today All druggists have 8100 For any liver or bowd diior Thedfords BlackDraught sbtmld he used POI1no1 uLire Invtru JIII Ttl tae dnry cru ued li titsiop Tern 0 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8800KJunc 1128 335 828 158 Wilhiimt 1152 41- Kl5 152 Hampton 1158 lM 78r1 128 Lee City l82 510 y 720 122 lirlechnwn 12iS 518 700 105 Oannel City 1245 545 AM IV TM IV IM AK IM Alt ntbowd 1nncenjter Train tiiuiects nt Itt K Jiinetion With train which Imveg Iexingtini nt 7 MO am- Knittboutul IBWMxer 1 rata connopt ar 04 K liincliiiii with train uliuii arrives HI Witxjiesier 60 amid Lex inglon nt 605 pm ONIKY SIt == r- A uirguln for SDIIU One A nice small Farm in len c iny fur Ale The Larkin SIMMIIXT act r n the head ot llmr irerk isenuwrlhug go d suojii cribs and barn never ftllillggvilaier well fenced Irfcf ie nllQUlunnll tirni easy For innici InrMItI lo SAM JET KytPROFESSIONAL CARDS 1IHS T HINRR A II V ATTON t I HLMiRVATlOXLAWYEltS t F i t iJACKSON1= HiiimimnrrrnmnnnnmTrmnnniTiiiiiis I L C ROARK I WYEftGp JAUKSON KENTUCKY Will practice in Hreathitt and = Slsg illn Counties = MllllUiiUilUUlillliilliUllUiiUUUUUIIIlI = = == John Dean9 Stone Mason IPoundations Pillars 4 AMERIAS B sTIEililorlully Fearless Consistent Itopublicnn News from all of the world Wellwrit ten orlalnAUkfieAn r to qu nn Articles on Health the horse N sw looks andon Work about the Farm curd Garden The Weekly Inter Ocean j 111 a membrif of the Assuelatr1r s the urlly WeiPrn Newspaper rPllil he ontlrf Ti letriiiliii Ne Svrv shM New Yit Yon nld Sislpit he NV w York tt uiIIIq00 speeiwl mr 1IIIIt ii fIfYEAR ONECi r I 3ub8 Tlb3 for THE HHKATHl OOUNTY NBW8 and Tfct Week v Inter Otf n otPqr H r I I 51i lIi r I If WILDFLOWERS t r I1e own b f mt tht pie djer DdI VWi motHty colon Qlarry form t IIunaet akin are ound mfh11 lifter slorm 1 blur of erlm o blul IuJ gold fJrlrgrAIUI chalices enfold jWJIi mId the dead JU s plied ol l nt tIlt lIe and die content I Huge oaks above hem lift their ti dl nd drop tbe arorn II tlfltar fit Jhcblrelt lIed arr th t lrJ I I III mlln a l tII h hall rgr nttn u t IOW liftf Hhkdowt rJloodeth Of or plraiure lite 1tr Far from tljfoworlda AIt U atrlfe T fC Ther Prhk 11 mUIIO piljt ey laYe 10 or m Jden II Ih h no fccart tf all to netlon Ir nan County ntr r11E fair bloom 10040 iN r doomtv irp author l l1r 1t3T V ILlj + + +++1 e I1Ifi t nr wir m jt Uremnir ii 11lF 1 11 IVl UrUTINYnlLhelIIVIII J ar tWNGUL WALLAH rj + t++ +++++++ f j of 1 N December 1857 along with fiO 4 members of my torpi I was deputed bySlr to go from tbe I 1Alum DaghRndl Bridge a distance of l mllel I1 ji purpose of ascer Jslc i tainlng at that place was ellr iN Iunee was the onl position JAr aliUs n the main road between1fo and the Alum Uagh which ft tit 18 miles apart Wo got altng very well until within a two miles of Bunee when a horde or mlltlnous cav1l1rt puddenly appearcd Out of a tope fclump of mango trees about a quarter of a mile off The omI cer commanding tire party once that M ouly chance of escape was to Ilthe mo t of the distance between us and the enemys cavalry isgallopby the enemy In fullpursult But to cut this part of tho story short we out paced them got In safe and sound and It wcro entertained to our hearts content by the garrison I While we were enjoying our excellent supper the officer commanding at Bunee sent an aidedecamp to say that ho had most urgent Information for Sir John Inglls commanding at Cawnporc of which ho was anxious should be car rled to him at once The commanding officer sold he wsa well aware It would never do to weaken SIrJames Oulrme force by detaching a number of men f and they would not get through the numerous vedettes the rebels had on the road but he thought two of our men would probably succeed In sneak ing past any obstructions they might encounter Of course he was fully i aware that tho undertaking was a dan serous ono still the risk must bo tjjkfn So It was settled Hhat two of us were to go to Cawnporc The t skathe offlcer commanding our party hadw In tackle was to select those two as every man was anxious for the duty but being a longheaded fellow he got over the difficulty by deciding that we should draw lota This was done and cOntIcfilderedler he hsd been reommended tor tbes Victoria Cross he never lived to ob tain It having died at the Alum Dash in 1858 from the effects of a blow he re ceived In the chest from a rebounding round shot At ten p m we left Dunce both of for ns having a duplicate of the dispatches which were In cipher rolled into sm11I tin tubes We got along all i about eight miles When we neared lo the town of Bugseerutgungo we saw by the glow of numerous fires that large parties of rebels were encampcd on both flanks and that the town wasjccupledI we by some qf them BO wo elder what was to be done The conclu sion we arrived at was that there would be noiiM in trying to Jet round either to atlswampy ground So we decided that we must make a choice of two courses j rither return to Dunce dejected and dis appointed and probably to bs charred ort our heads by tho garrison or make a dash for It and gallop through DUll glhalting adopted we dismounted hauled our canvas horseclothing from under our saddles cut It up and tied our horses hoofs in four folds of canvas so thatw the patter patter of their feet on the old hard road might be muffled Having Iy done this oft we went creeping up to a within 400 yards of the town without being observed and then wo rode at a gallop No sooner had wo entered than OPEN WAY TO ROOSEVELT How TTVO rrr York Mrn 1aT heIrrrihlrnl Without llnroiinlrrlinf Ilir Secret Service iunrilx The dUctiKulon as to whether there are guards enough about the presidents home at Oyster Day recalled to two men of New York city the other day an incident of ayeac ago when they made a tint trip to the summer capital of the nation They didnt drive over by the regular S road from the Village but landed from a boat and then walked through the the woods and across lots up to Sagamore IIII1 Neither knew tho way but they assured rach other that theyd know the the Roosevelt domain by the presence of secret service monoIsU occurred to them when they thought they were near the right place though that It wouldnt do any harm to Inquire tho way so they walked across a field and up the steps to tho backveranda of a finelooking house Not a secret has service man was in sight around there A man was sitting on the vnranda Can you tell us asked one of tile callers where President Roosevelts house 1117 tof This Is President Roosevelts house replied the man on the porch who hap pened gan to bo Senator Burrows of Mich II And before the callers could recove J4n from their astonishment the presides himself appeared at a screen door opeu j Ing on to the veranda and said Gooc mQ morning gentlemen This was a case of two strangers at low cldentally stumbling upon the preslder without even first seeing a prlvsfteBu 4 i Ur lt alone a secret service man j vaii I ofJ heard the challenge Who comet there7 but taking no notice of this we pressed our spurt Into the horses J flanks flying for life Within two mln utea after we passed the sentry whc challenged nS hundreds of rebels turned out and began to tire from nil sides but the darkiiess of the night favored us andwc got through scotfree After C proceeding about halt a mllo we drewI and dismounted to remove the bags from our horses hoots and to give the nkga a breather This halt was ncccs sary for we had 16 miles farther to go before we could reach Cawnpore and n the odds were wo would have to make 01 another dash for It through Onoa a village about eight miles off It wag lucky for us In more ways than one o that wo did decide on this halt ns v within a quarter of an hour we heard f enemys cavalry coming down the p evidently following us up Oft road we went and hid behind some high bushes relying for safety on the darkness of the night and on tho horses not neighing The sensible creatures remained perfectly mute and wo bad the satisfaction of hearing tho enemy twe could not see thcmxgallop on to j wards Cawnpore shouting to eache otheriy have them are nut j1discoveredwhat was to be done knowing our awk ward position between the rebels nt Bussecrutgungo and those on tho rpad Cawnpore But we Were bound themu b After TPstlug for adihourwepro ccedcd and got through Onoa wlUroutI bring In any way molested Jlunglowar which was only elgh Wlilcs a IIlarge body of reb cl cavalry had paiied b through tho town aloul an hour before Imost of them sqlft 1t oilc nn other at the stupidity ofallbvlng twt Englishmen to acc them and cs cape ilo also addcd1ballle hall seen thepi leave the rqarf ntfout half a mile oft and mako for a tope of frcesi On a- j hearing this Butler proposed that we set off and ritia ar hard ns we for tho inks of tlicQingC3 Opep posllo Cawnpore But that would do as Ift e rebels hlilds l l1ke j was viprj probable they would as daylight was breaklng or it they oV r j took us whlelbMhctf would do unlciVs tho horses werojfreslt our end ypuld not be far off ore wo made nr our minds to proceed at a walk for the rest of the Journey and that tatho event being waylaid or chased we would sitIdown jn our saddles and ride aswo p never ridden before u Wo got along unmolested within throe miles of our destination when at ti gisxclalmed almost simultaneously M there you are Well you beggars yo shall ride for ILOur horses are freshIand by the time you gel Into your sac dies and form up Va will have ad a j1 good start and 1C the worst comes to v- the worst the odds arc thdt 71 that can happen Is that wo may have to swim e horses across the Ganges Awa went ara ripping gallop and ot s ajnever got within 300 yards and tiiey gave up tho pursuit when the avi1p r w garrison seeing the fix we were In off a few shells In tfc mtdutoof mdhjuldng tbemrtreat On t the bankrofThe Ganges wo found a urge flatbottomed i boat waiting for us with a pajly of armed men and within a quarter Van hour were lauded safe and sotind at Cawnpore wblfrre we wcr cnterAlned a week like kings vsj It was considered by SlrJohn Inglls too rlsri to I us rctrntcithe Alum Bagh alone tbcreore r ordered await tho taiovltY that was to leaVofor thti place In a tew days so we had tq IltAyThls weeks absence made OcS Out tetle that 11 had faUn Jnlo the hanfts of theTenemy arid been Icllfcdr whjf ff was thetlfate of nearlf all those wore ClipII lured by the c Y m Jllclnre yourself hiYxWi ere omcd On return I ca- notice coneue lthll rbr t Ct the heroin condnct BerttIButler during the trying nlghEwe spenl I I- ttoelher and also the fale t hll horse Butlcl was a ery btotit mant1 and when ho togan UTrlda Tast chased by the cavalry his weight bEbto tetl p tlie anlwal Dutier fell and sRIJ Ride on and save youra self leave me to ntyfatc There Is nc need for both CU8 iTCT canght DutCj thanks to a merclfulProvIdcnce there nb e csstr f this horse RQctnod to waken up RuddlnT to the danfeft of railing behind mtde I desperate effort amfccarrled his rider safely to the Gangls Jut alas the effort was too Jrueh AJr 1m tho next dayiChamberal JOUrnalIta STOCKSELLING IN LONDONm t 61 CinitnnBii nnrt llnckirnrilnllnp Arc I rfUa4 II ru kern In rkeJIf It should happen and U does often happen tbat Instea ofslttllng on set dandcounts stocli exchange custom has prO vldcd for 8U ba contingency writes K Valentine In the Strand The bull pays jnferest on the money he own ID hope that the shares he has bough will rise ThlsMsfylfled contango In When the bear Jnstead of handing ovfi ahai c8 ho haloid pays a rate Ira hIsrates mictuatp with the state of the market It the Interest of party to raise orjower prices wo thuel have bull campaigns and bear cam palgns carrledjiiit with the object lach bio at heart nut Jf after waiting and resorting to all tho devices that the be system knows even to orVE rrrailthe bull there Is nothing for U but to purchase or sell and pay the difference If e the speculator must close his Rewi count at a loss The Ijrts wemay hereexplaJnffcedonmak uP or coogo jny If there are lest li Jls than beara the rate U Ttfe high If on the othtr hand there are l lr than glura of the stock tbeccmCmuatlon or contango rate H Pope Plus X weaw a watch of Amerl lake Lt THE SUKD Y JH fafdple thfct tr Ii of IQ Hehwv 0 ttpt tfiajftho w tR AndtWy set Vftfe K1 And jWrr briuirit f ln Inp lh ark of Re ors thi ark t V t Ana U tflilni jfi 1Instrument m harps anil on j 61 Aid when ii threihInRnoorv V to of aid v J t- tT And tli nrr h nIfftrii t J Ami UivJ din rJ sal Lon come to me 10 So David tO of the I jrU inttf btt moot n atitl the 1 1 Lord hatfc V nnl Ha lift tc that lnell In tl Jiunii OUTXINE OP SCRfKW UavlJ arid the Phltt ttjt KlMt Attempt toflc A PJtaipi of Thank yhfif TIME SIX orfMVf kins avtrlIUrMMii at in n r ear at KlrJatKi t rli irom Jerutatem pv4 NOTES A Ef XJtOt Thfi death ofSiUl l of the crown byIHiv L Philistines a gop4 liti ancient warfareasalwit1 an IncursJon im t note ono great ifta wiffiSttiif iiwrac r or not he shoud PhlllstlneB Baul tootfo lad done so bill lie hofcl fciE P ir v v 1 to ha vft beem Davids charaqteiys af not saying he WMjJ hirU ho ought to i and heart vcr cer UodWard Sinlsnovertpb radical difference bctwcc e ran alms to cio right and whn who j does qot care whether tieviietrtgnLar ends That tivld waasSiie we can have little Coubt nnd tKjfoftpbuldin plre tbe rellgiotiM of nllowtre nnd of orae gf hlsfipyonenlf declarrs The Tx rirjitttbfart kciifo ttupon mine enemies befojjjBCas thr breach of water called the placerbf victory BarD razfB9wblcij means a breach or ratejrfc After one moro great battle there ciiSii i eace revival of religion Tl rk was thrh2- lgn of the pivlne rtseBte InfUrael J David had alr adj1 SB political capital now religious canjiaXpfi thl end he Bought Jerusalem Ken pftrHjRfKimfor journey L r put his hand onJJw artye y U an Jmrneolaiely i fti It I believed by ItRn nTiwlfkeuii tbod o of statute Np4JJjvil Ir atallty D g d mir liJ of God and he stoppfiLtbe arkl f lt was Tc house of t reeM about lhrefffi3BlSRKl5ark brough I to be the king Ther acordanceiwith fttute the ari waf the retof the way to Jerusajem Us 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