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I 1o yawp fl n sfit i BREATHITT CIIIJNT NE k = J WISE HArOne Dollar Per Year is tLtvaaiar VOLUME III M JACKSON KY FRIMM OCTOBER 1C 1903 NUMBER 2 RUSSIAN SOLDIEHSI AlargelfQlL0 on tho Way to iiits FIll Knst I A Japanese Minister Says Their Rela tfons With Russia Are Cordial and No Tension Exists Betweens the Two Governments l onlQi Ort t3A dispatch from Moscow to the Times dated October 10 states that n largo force of Uus plan Troops under order for tho Tar mast aro now on their way thither by r rail from Kharkoff Iheellusela ccir fQepoudeatsoftha- bamo paper fccnds quotations froni newspaper articles pointing to Itus kits Intention to remain In occupation of Manchuria and odd that It In re ported from Vladlvostock that as a re liltof nouns In China roving bands of Chinese have crorstnl Into Manchu ria where their presence constitutes n danger to tho Manchurian railway anti that this necessitates keeping Hiu ulnntroops In Southern Manchuria fut an Indefinite period Tho peculiar official explanation of the postponement of the czars trip to Home owing to circumstances over which he has no control Is Intorpro ted In Rorno quarters to moan that tho throatiulng outlook In tar eastern nf pratteubeInThoro U no confirmation of tijo alarmist niniors At the tjapaneao lo JIII Inn Sunday night no news had been rncetved of the reported ultima t lint A dfipaloh to the Dally Mall from Kobe October 12 repOrts that tho Ml uailon la somewhat easier but that tho Innp of tho preM U distinctly belli cwhilst tho saHie papers coirf 1Itf11111illnItaly walled to join their regiment li r lads dispatcher tlMcrlbo d Itushiaii war preparations ate and HIP newspapers which are Intensely Interested in the developments owing to the AngloJapatifeo alliance are al rtdy pulillalilrjK map and oallmntei III the naval and military facet of the ti oipprtlve belligerents and editorial h hit n the poMlbllltlM of the iltun turn The nmlest attention is paid to um ihaiiRed tone ot Unroll Haynshl I he JaiMiiwo minister In London who it much tan confident that peace wilt i p prfMrvotl iS7 TJWnwriinniiinBnnii ping and commercial houio In lon don however ollltlcl expressions 01 disbelief In tho outbreak of war Paris Oct laTho Figaro Tuewlnj morning publishes an Interview with M Kurfno the Japanese minister lirrr on tho subject of tho dispatch to the Frankfurter Zcllung from Shang hat to the effect that Japanese have irrupted Mn San fko and that an olll ial declaration of war Is oxpccUd M Kiirlno said the source of the dls patch was suspicious All Shanghai wu notoriously the originating point ot biKiin new He nerwnally had not HTplvpil any confirmation of the report Ho continued Moreover mr governments laat- tumlllunlentlona wero wholly for Iftnf Our diplomatic relations with slur + la nro cordial nod no tension ex istu botwson the two government whatever certain foreign newspapers stay say I am Inclinod to think that tip dtepatch was n speculative ma neuver THE BRITISH MINISTRY The Cabinet Now Numbers Nineteen Members London Oct lfho Interesting announcement was undo Sunday night that the new Marquis of Salisbury Unto Viscount Cranborne will enter the cabinet as lord privy anal tho of Url held by his father until his retire ment last week whon Mr llalfour as Btimod tho post without taking the Balary of 10000 spoetally attached to It whan tho late marquis ot Salisbury took tho position Tho cabinet now consists of 19 UlQmhors Tho appointment of Lieut Col Win IlromlpyDaveuport M Pas financial secretary to tho war office cabled Saturday 1s conflrmodtml tho following additional minor appoint iiiontH hnvolicen made Sccrotnry to the admiralty Krnost G 1rutyman civil lord of the admi rally MnJ Aruthur II loe M P Junior lord of the treasury Lord lint rarres M P treasurer of the house hold tho marquis of Hamilton Daughter of Justice McKenna to Wed Washington Oct 13 Justlca and Mrs MflKcntia announce the cngafio- nifliit of herr ilaughtor Miss Isabella MalCqnnh to Pitta Dulllcld of Now Vorfe Mr nulliold Is n sun ot Con Henry 1L pjOlold of Detroit No dgte has beQu uof for the woddliii T 4he Farmers Trust 1I 1c 1 NCbxt t 13I hoInrm ers Co0p ratliy Shipping aBsoela tlon commonly called the marmot triift ha81lofiiilly entered the state of Nebraska tho accrotary of stateirv-g received Its Incorporation papers Endorses Con Miles For President Topokn Knn Oct OTho Topeka democratic Flambeau club has unanl Ilre81ilorIzod effort to deliver tho democratic support In ICansaa to Mlles for tha nomination IIdc I Note1WJ thu 20 nn t onnlban1cn to on the Flret national lOla chI N Y This count r tell lfi d nr1ytieoorttl plprlhglrtph FATAtjOLLlSION Y Three Men Killed and a Hrlf Doreni Were lnJu edJ t1trcemenInjured ono seriously In a collIsfStj between Missouri Paclllo and Frisco freight trains In tho switch yards at St luttla avenue and Santa Fe streets In this city Monday night The dead A K Johnson Missouri Pacific switch man John Murphy Missouri PaclHo switchman George Klrkpatrlck flux man Injured William Austin No gro compound fracturo of log which will bo amputated IL H nraht Mis sours Pacific engineer rib broken J F Ward seVerely brulnod The FilRCo1 train was standing on i Ahe croMsIne whon l Ml elite ran 1110 TtnurnlriVoVe7afrclBUr car This car toll over on a crowd of men on tho other side of tim Frisco train who woro waiting fair the Frisco train to pass TJjtj cnglnocr of thoIMissouri Pacific train nayn ho got a signal to proceedlttrbfis Uncrossing but It Is liclLevCd ho II1bn control of engine n wllo WM InJu I was tho engineer of another Missouri Pacific freight which was walling for tho Frisco train toIclear the crossing liSbnll left hiIengine and Joined railroad men near the Frisco train when tho car was pitched upon thorn 8cornlImen had narrow 0ICnle8IThree men were seriously hurlIwhllo watchlngtho Wrecking c ow nt work Nicholas latlilas a Wabash en gineer and TGb ore Diisch a abash flrqpinii both of Moborly Mo word struck by the crano of n water pipe Mathlas watt riicK In the forehead and nllsJiltJJt1to1Jack Artlo Hudson a l + itii wire In the fnco by all ry piece ot A HANDSOME GAIN c ev Statement of the Receipts of 50 of theI Largest Post Offices Wothlngtou Oct 13Tine atow meat of the post office department giv ing tin receipts nt 60 of the lard uet post ofllcos In the country for Ihllt month of September shows the total to be 5609422 a gain ot nearly 9 per cent ovet the receipts for the samp iClllcOIOcent PhllatlOlphfa 4 a gain of IX per cent and IoSr5tir330G78 I- ilalll of 2 per rent The largest gn- lnwumuJIlOmalia Neb where the rtceWtlt tN t gout moro than the receipt for Sep tember 1902 a- f1 KISHINEFF MASSACRE 11All the Stories of the Horror Confirm ed By An Eye Witnesst Dea Molnos la Oct 13lflcr ntJournoy of six weeks Mrs Esther Steinberg and her three children whoc were hidden In tho cellar of n Chrlb tthin homo for three days during Ure KIshlnefT mafteacro in IliiMla hayLacr- ived in Dee Moines to Join berg Mrs Steinberg brought plcfureri taken after tho worst of tho massacre and confirms all of the storlos of hor ror Sho says tho reports were mill compared wlla tho awful farts She iw n woman with a pike driven Into Ior skull women disemboweled and hot pitch poured Into their wounds and men suit women slashed and crushed and then loft dying In the streetsGUESTS OF WILLIAM R HEARST United States Senators and Congress men Take a Trip Weit Chicago Oct 13A special train on the Santa Fo road loft Chicago Monday night al 8 oclock having on board a numbor of United Statue sera tors and congressmen tho guosts of I William U Hearst Tho party will visit tho principal cities In Now Mex leo Arizona mid Oklahoma for tho pur poto of getting Information as to the qualifications of tho territories for statehood Tho trip will occupy about ten days uCaughtNashville Tonir Oct 13Three men were cauglit plmlbra falling clay bank nt tho lsprison brick yards ltd Jennings Negro convict Is dying of hits Injuries Clay Uomnss a guard hind both legs brokon anti Sandy lion ton colored n prisoner was Internally Injured Husband and Wife Commit Suicide J111u nnkueOct la Ilornard and Anna Schult husband and wife committed ulcilj Monday IIlsMnls their homo by Inhaling Illuminating gas Continual 111 health Is the ron soil ascribed Ijy their friends for tllljE act 4 Lowered Worlds Record I indon Octs J 1lfQmm C S llolls olhclally tI111 lid lowered the worlds automobile SIIomotor record Monday nt flic duke of Portlands private parkp lining a npeclally built 110 horso paw or inachfno Ills limo was U25 sec nuds Pacific Express Co timployta to Strike St Louis Oct 13 Employ us ofJJic Paclllc Express Obwll over tho United L States It Is reported are demanding an lucreaVd of 10 per cent In wages Unless their demands are complied I with they intend to strike next Thurs day evening h Gen Ian Hamilton at Gettysburg Gettysburg Pa Oct l3LieutC- en Inn Hamilton the distinguished r Urltlsh army oDlcor accompanied by Comm Oliver acting secretary of war and Nicholson and Dn fled 1Ie11Pd the h1lJvtleld Monday STRIKERSRIOtINOfr1iretie jjA to Pillage JIIjJncciitliiirisni of The Troops Hampered By Obstruc lions Thrown In Their Way Weres For a Long Time Unable to Disperse the Rioters 1 ArmontleresNorth France Oct li This town as Tuesday given up to rIot pillage and Incendiarism as n cote sequence of the weavers strike Nothing Tuesday morning foretold the serious disturbances about to occur utrsE ttsoiliha a Ikeranoi tr CCivint ftwoI to thol f htanda from the enft ployers broke out Into the wildest ox ceases A mob of 6 OOO gathered In tho trent square and urged the troops fiUtlonod there to throw down their dams shouting Down with patriot ism t ed The rioters then spread through the principal streets breaking tho window of of tho stores dragging out tho huge display rolls of linen which they stretched across the streets with the object of Impeding the advance of cav airy They wrecked shops sacked the houses of persons obnoxious to tlm ringleaders and attacked tho banks two of which they succeeded instealing a few hundred dollars from tho till Ono gang set fire to a largo quan lily of linen lu tho cellars of Messrs lccuarts factory others broke the wjndows of houisja and threw inside ed troopsQiampercdby tvay hy tho rioters were for a longtime iinabld to d tapirs a the mob FlnallFa deterrnlncdV charge by lan ore restored temporary quiet After dark tore up the ewer gratings anff paving atones and stretched Wires across the streets at Women brought piles of empty bottles for use us missiles while boys swarm t qiHijjjtlio lampposts and extinguished In spite of the Recta of soidlery the rioters then proceedRed to sack the houses the furniture saturating It with pctro leum and setting tire to It In the street FIro was put to two houses belonging tho strikers employers and ono bjg The local brigade being In adequate to rope with the conflagra lion an urgent appeal was sent to the neighboring town of Lille whenco a Mcamjpuiyi and eJnforcemcntsofnre jl rl lWf triil tltce hai tr nOd IUd upper ban and dispersed I o plop The streets Ing aro now desert 1 excoit Jar the atm d patrols Tle authorities are taking 10 measures to ascertain tho names of ringleaders In tho riOts As a re suit of the Intervention of thp prefect strike leaders have decided to sub of mlt tic employers terms to a rofdrou A of thin workmen Wednesday PjAYMASTERS DEPARTMENt t Annual Report Submitted to the Sea retary of WarA Washington Oct 11 PPaymaster General A B Dates of Oicr army has submitted his rcporttb the war dc partment for the flscaf year ended June SO 1903 Tho total amount of funds handled by tho paymasters depart ment was 43645959 Of this sum 3259 IOC was expended on account of of pay for thgjarmy Tho amount pall one on account of time military neads my was 383838It MKINLEY MEMORIAL- A to Stop Put to Open Competition Among Architects Canton 0 Oct HTIll architects who Intend to compete for the McKin cy memorial Insist that their rules re garding compensation be observed and that all bo paid whether their plans 116 accepted or not Tho directors of rte association have decided accordingly to soled a number of artists for the competition and to pay all regard less of tho success of their work This a slop to tho upon competition ly A PIJIEST INDICTED Odd Case of Les Majeste Reported From Melden Bavaria of Ilcriln Oct 14An odd case of lea his majesto Is reported trout Malden tIn varla against a priest who refused to administer communion tq a stele person until n portrait of tho empress was renuived on tho ground that her v dross which was low cut was nn evil spectacle for youth Tim priest also ordered out the emperors picture iii that both portrait belonged to ethpr Tau slates attorney caused the priests indictment The ardons Were Forged San Francisco Oct 14Jnl1lelJ II Qurllng Joseph White Cornelius r cokes and John U Moore military li rs at Alcatraz havo been released by the authorities on pardons which It la now discovered were forged Burled With Naval Honors Yokohama Sept 29 via Victoria D Oct HTho funeral of tho late 5 1 Commander Hughes of time United d States steairor Annapolis who died at jo United States naval hospital at of Yokohama was held with all naval onors r American Vessels In Japanese Ports Yokohama Sept 2 via Victoria B Oil P11ho United States steam t ships Kentucky Now Orleans Oregon Wisconsin Cincinnati and Annapolis tro niptig the United S atd Y ssfU t n TlfJlCPu ports t t or LAST OFTWEMER1CO 7r 1 Regular Troors Win P the lastrur live War aiyuvcrs p Camp Young IYu4l utnt K OctLI4Nith Gen JofcfplfAVlieclcr at the tbetuto the series of Instructive mafjeulrrIn the war game at Camp Young was hold Tues ay Wednesday tag Sooo regulars till In camp here wm pa9 in review before Gen BateCan nn Friday Pro ft various command5wlr return to theft btatlons j y tinterestingdidInJr to ut + xcrtlllt1wt strat 11 COndt otn attncl dipositionststidq of tlireo fq a Qtcavalry a gm alon r Il1f n11 iMnJearthworks comnum three Tones l and a stretch ot oienlcountry Tlb ton attack wds made p the Blue forw an commander MaJ 1iC11 and consist of five battalloiisonrifantrya roK Imcnt of cavalry aaFtho 20th battery artillery jjr J Maj Bello erred 10 attack with his artillery at 1500 yards and bringing the infantry lip lnwhwlon firing In rushes attempted flalik the earth works with lhcaa7ry tillsptamtG1 The attempt aR successful amid rod onccrnrJIto Ing effects of fhrfjjarthworks and I1IIUI cover taken anttaelting forcltli This position WMA very strong ono alandtho rules of tho br game time attaSttBg force wag tailed before It cam jljuj spinal contact with the Browns ti Gen Dates leno for the Ft RI ley night Ho will be aecompWed by CoJ N N Bas papoR tho Rue do mlllt ry attache who has been i lending tim maneuvers Camp You Cot H T Foster of the EnglishOtitJ glneer8 will re fire urn to tho is at Was11I Ington Cot gr1L Wcgner egret IU umpire acrLeittiy Col DorM Treat BT wIltarttor Ft iley Thor 4 REQUIGIYV OND Reorganlz S1ei M dt1cdi the Coverdn + In Hce t tit nahingl7Ii + tlolber s aii itofclfcttril bp t1ti1 d TUB Mtn J v t limo fiof the bindery Jo partraent tflKlstant foremen of tlao illvlslont Btio office and severalt other ollUln Rrhla action it is ex a theplalned Is d see to have the prop prtv of the grYernrvelrt in tho hanl18I responslblppnrtles and Is 1h tho anco of d more vigilant of managfl Bof tbe affairs of tho printing t 4 HAP SNIP GAMES r ITlu Boston g n Icans car dJJ they Hon1Ittaburg Nationals Boston Oct 4The Boston Amer leans shut out the Plttsburg Nationals Tuesday mss wok tho worlds baseball championship to tho almost frenzied delight of VOOOlotithuslasts White tho attendance nta1 tho previous games tho series has been larger than Tuesday tho demonstration which fol lowed Dintens trlklng out of inns Wagner In the ninth equalled any col ego football gameaThe worlds c their dressing rooms on the shout sera of tbo nods and tho cheering loafed many mTnumtosUARCHBIDHOP KAIN DEAD i He Had Been a Patient In a Sanita rium Since Last MayTBaltimore Oct 1IMo Hev John Joseph Kaln archbishop of St Iouls died Tuesday night at the St Agnes Eanltarlum this city where he had been a patient since stay 12 Doath stuisichexpected by lils attending phyl Liana for several days Dr J M Stoup and a Dumber of priests and rolntives his stator a slate charity kiioVn In tho religious world as Sister Mary Joseph wore at bedside whcn tho end raino- Mrs Johnston Pleads Guilty Ncw 1ork Out t4uM1a Mario Lay ton Jlotnston lobklccjicft charg ptJ ithlarcenjAug forgqr which B 1p obtained nearly JoOoOOfrom the United States Playing Card Co of Clnclu natl created surprise in tho court of general sessions by pleading guilty to the two indictments charging her with grand larceny Is to Rumored MrrBurdlck Will Wed Buffalo N Y Oct 11 Persistent union arcthai Frederick B Hartaell to marry dirs Edwin U Ilurdirk widow of lit niifii whose murder hear shocked the dh Hartzoll was attor of iioy for Mis Uunllck In time Invostign tlon Dr Marcus M Jastrow Dead Philadelphia Oct HDr Marcus Jastrow emeritus of tho Ua Shalom Huigregntlon In this city lebrew echolar and educator nud onw the bestKnown Jews In tho country lied at his home In Gcrmantown after short Illness The Telegraphers Tournament New York Oqt 14 Kntrlos fur dill slegrarl liars tournament to be hold in- Ih1lIIllol141tja 01 October 30 and 31 will c too uii pAtoWr 20 Instead of hvD I evn fl oq October 1 us hftij bvn Ntnmt r r r- r it11nn- igl POSTAL TRIAL V liliiJh feu CllhM Jlilultlir luitutlah 4 or The GoVelrnhicnt Chaces Them With Conspiracy Forth Purpose of Obr talnlng Money KomiJ J Ryan t1 Turf CamSftiisloner r undOct 14 nrst pYfferent parts of trio count y by tho ermimant recently was begun hero Tuesday Tho dqfondilnts ore Daniel son stiller of Terre Haute Ind ace trmefTyfas l tflrituattQrJLflyganaral f 110J post oOlco dcjSsrtmenTSl vTutBlrip sore and his fr lnl Joseph M Johns attorney nt Hockville Ind The government charged a coiiKplv cry between these dofQndantH for tlw- pllrl1080 lii C from JohnIfJU 11111 1 H 1SWJilVJ Han a turf cornnitBBioner with of flees In Cincinnati rind St Iouls frAn protecting him from post office offi lal1 vas tie use of the malls for his lIhemHI Miller claims absolute Ignoranceof any transaction that may have orcurlrI between Ryan aiid Johns Johns clalina that he made an ordl nary outract with Ryan us attorney von assist in securing a dectelon from and postal department after proecntu of the casomBoth defendants mphaticallV tonyIn ly undfrtandlng between tbeniSblvoe- br with Ryan or any conspiracy The y most eminent counsel ire engaged oi 51 both stirs MJIler and Johns worn ohf fflentis having ll lp allIofuln ounCs ties In nlfcHtJa 1fr sears wtere bath e1 havcbeon prominent politically liraW fessionally and otherwise White 4 Distrlbt Atta Shqrman McPherson ajidfJilsilisiffstaht MoulI flier and n working nn case fir some time they were as tl Tuesday by Charles H HllhTattorney general for piw taLd farhlNlt nt Washington D C Cochran chief of post office Inspect uUOllrwho c others Tae defendants have tienth Indicted road Jointly von six counts of conspiring to bribe John 1Ijyati Co of ClnCln ir gsvernmeutrhos ed ls that the5irguidottts unvUfUlreaeIietii tik The hnosses Tuesday iUHgeneral at Washington J III torrottelegraph operator at Itookvillo Ind John J the latter bulng4 n stand when court adjourned AST One Ryans direct examination tins nut been completed It In thbugllt that morn the time Wednesday viI bo taken with hr toBtfmflily regarding his five transactiqSlspflth postal officials In Washingfqn and later with Johns liSco the allegflft middle fit meotlhga inheerre Haute Cincinnati and StlIIIrb BUILDING TRAbES UNIONS that prp IlrTheyNew York Oct HIn a letter to the Building Trades unions of this city and vicinity made public Tuesday night Samuel Gompors president otIthe American Federation of Iaborfcand Oli James Duncan secretary have roctT1 mended that tho union agree to the of arbitration of the nmploypr association This action bJtfieonifB after Mr Gompere IIV9Ug t1IInor the labor situation in thljBCltywiepniiH lied a detest for the Building Trod f nions which have refused to stun the plan of arbitration PORTO RICAN COFFEEu Government Will Be Asked to Aid In Obtaining a MajkeJ San Juan P U Oct 14 Secretary Hartzell and Commlseloner of Educe tlon Lindsay sailed Tuesday on tae eamer Coamo for New York to liter sent to President Hoosoveit rasoSu1 tlomi adoiitwl by the coffee growers 01 Lola flaking for nil possible old from 10 the fbdaial govorrimont to assist In ol c talnln a market fir Porto HIcan tot fee by affecting commercial treaties It with France Spain Italy Germany and Austria Two Deserters Surrender Wheeling W Va Oct IIJ V Cavanaugh and W F Koune desert em from the navy surrendered to Sheriff Steele of Marshal county liw Tuesday and Adm Slgshro hoe been notified Thoy got a two days leave of b absence September 28 at the League Ing land navy yard after being assigned rise cruiser Minneapolis Mrs Dwight L Moodys Funeral Knot Northlielrt Main Oct 11Att- Cra simple funeral service In tie little ter Congiegotlonul churoli here the hotly Mcs Dwight I toady was lulu bo nldo that of her htinband time famous ovanHellvt at lioiinil TOil Great Textile Strike Ended Philadelphia Oct 14The Dyors and MercerlMH union haa given tho dyers permission to return to work e thus finally ending tho textile strike which began In thin city Juno I Time the dyers err tie last of tho 120000 itrik ers to roturn to work e The Highest Price Yet Paid Washington Oct 1ITbl treasury department has purchased 1000000 jnccB of liver bullion for delivery nt C an Francisco for tie 1hlllpplno coin to at GVlij eats per ouuci Tae tlU t pre that has yet been paid I T is k14 i iiitit5 511414S L13 aih14t31 +S691fS11tsti1 1YTfltLYVPEIYS6NttASMCXIM4 1AYs- rk STATE NEWS ITEMS I j wn li TrfoT Wt t 1 AI tW att UI TRAY G M OWNERODRIVE v They Were Suspended Fcr Year By the Judges at Lexingyonrs- Iexin n ICy OttiOrk1uhl t WI U dther W D tie ndfondnyaorn tat pelhIn the sulky Chummy loin llltdWOI1IdT first twq heats at the race spit bit t ud anti fourth heats lc Ora 1 r 2 3 it ash rea 1 i1 the on1l jii s 4r1tri r lItcalled that McDonftld ifbuld attempt is- to lay Up one ortwo llpats They cullual him fnt iUo Qtanil before the fir and wartien him He was agate u xsrncd after lie lOot the third heat iftor the fourth heat Gray Gem placed In charge of B policeman was a rded100 for his hats drive Betting on the race was prod than our It developed Monday night that not here was heavy belting dn the racy Lest by Gray Gent who with owner Of driver was suspended It Is re rolf parted that her teal owner h A horse wo an named pemjwey who Iqit iG0 idle pools on her v i er totnojng the second heat fui T former record of 209 was made two years ago and was repeaSj j by the Xutbearcr last year Marlon 11kea took the 214 trot from NorrieJ Thlthnogina V IN A RACE RIOTSN wo Wert ShotrOne Fatally at Icvllt only OrsNear Padueah Ky stet riPaIIlICa battle a lellef U n station on tho Illinois Cadtral milabetween Negroes and whileIyouths Crockett Ch Wren a white lrpwasVo hot over the heart anti heroand Tom Hall aJsegro was shot IdleUlWtlThft tight started because the V ordered tho wKlte people to re oakl hInol IIlat rm = I THE SAGE OF WHITEHALL V iii of His Five Wills Was Offered For Probate I Ulchmond Ky Oct 13Ono of Iho wills of the lato Gen Casslus Mcr luy was offered for probate In the by court Monday Tile will dlsln rited all helm except his formor witH Darn Brock whom It nonilICI nl solo The other hebestsGeji Clay was Inaaiu Jkloflon the will was otOtrl 10I IH taken to circuit court Chicken the Caute of His Death Franklin Ky Oct 10 Granvllle S JrcwdPr had been critically ill with typhoid fever for four weeks and wet tho road to recovery Dr John M lrlan told him If hotra fashouldHo out of bed Into n wichairInsemolhered e Preached to Horsemen Iolngtbn Ky Oct JeHev O J Spenser of time ChrlslHm church pro putt a hay wagon Sunday night and err with flee memhera of his church he Irovc In front nf time Phoenix Mtolcr I ln he r acliil to trithegnlCi His IWInd gcame Unbalanced IeUnuou KySOit IJ Hedmond- liinsfll a proifiineiit former and one the countys heat Known cltir nis adjudged of uimound mlud anQal 6uveyeil to tho lakulaifd asylum ins been In bad hnnltj fJr nyuur aniF Is sold that this caused his ml nil hi become unbalanced The Charges Were Dismissed Illusion Ky Oct 101I A McCoy nod 1 1L Slatleu time rfpubllcan fight election olllcers In this city who were rrcsted for a violation of the eleotJon in falling to sign the + I John lion bnoKs were tried and dI811111tllrle y Judge F1 Bullock They signed time lists and Excursionists Decided to Marry Newport Ky Oct 12Avhll01on an huerurelonfrom Columbus Sunday Chits Schae= and silos Della R imond of the of latter city made up their mind l to be dirt married On theJr arrival In Ciilcla nail they caineTtbJsewpqrt wh Iiro they wore married by Squire D ijlan Smathers Now Owns John M Lexington Ky Oct 13The crack black gelding John M became the prop arty of li E Slathers The deal was closed with J S Fleming whereby ivll latter got 7500 cash anti the horse Gold Brick 208Vi and Smath that n got John M Fatal Fight at a Ball Game Flemingsburg Ky Oct 15Mr Cline was killed and his son Jack lino was errlausJy tabbed an the to In suit of a quartol ai baseball WoitlO at with Ueechar Ihll 91 lY As ut am ru mayo wiTV Ihe ump reoIIron i u GAM E IN BRACKENrcOUNT i i here lsMo e Than the Usual Amount trThis Season + Brooksvlllb Ky Oct 12 Our djiorts are now beginning to caaTah inxliUpyo at the friendly qualland bunny as they venture out on time s and byways Much Interest Is manifested In the stacks ofehcIU In our merchants windows1 the great amount of Interest SS yIja forerunner of the winters sport r there la moro than tho usual Smtntnt ofRgatn4laeoyy rY dillssun undispUted f t only a raA skirmish in the woods will provo beyond any doubt The spring month era dry and health suitable for a ucccBsfui raising of all the ou- nfhcc suitable conditions for a larc flpply of tho young birds and rabbits caused d general belief that morn the usual amount of sport awaits sharpshooters Squirrels arp very abundant but some of our sports Tarry a few tolls to toil their superior marksmanship One Is known to tiablt a heavy woods mllos north of Brooksvlllc and no hope Is entertained that the win snows vlll aid In tracking him 1 f it MURDER OR SUICIDE An i Aged Farmer Found Hanging in His Barn Frankfort Ky Oct OE F bn a farmer aged r2 years found hanging In his barn Friday hon found life had been extinct fbr evoral hours Tho dead mans handn ere tied boblnd him This was lid evidence of foul play Tho cora Jury returned a nan cptamltal ver and an investigation will be mach in the neighborhood is that It Ii case of suicide as Thompson was In health Retired Capitalist Died Suddenly Lexington Ky Oct 13 Charles if- orhies 65 a retired capitalist and of many duels at the tamons leldclberg iinlverslty In Germany very siUklciiljuaf his residence Monday He had been In splen health cinee retiring from active uslnoss mvvrai years ago Ho par of srhterty breakfast and wa- spgiUona to JamQ dowp lo the Ctly7Whn ltl rrf1 suddenly tank to the floor and ex iimi HQ loaves a widowand tour children Auction of Gen Clays Effects Uichmond Ky Oct 10A big some members of which drawn curiosity attended the auction It Thursday and Friday of the personal effects of the late Gen Cassius M the Sage of Whitehall Tha deceaseds sons bid In some fain It irlooms Other articles offered worn collected by Clay or presented to him while ho was ambassador to Russia or traveling In Europe Burglars Burn 15000 ResidencefHopklnsvIIIc KyOct 13 Burgiart robbed Miss Fannie Mortons resil dance of 500 worth of Jewelry and GOO in currency and to cover their pt set gee to the residence The mily narrowly escaped In eight down ladders the stairways ng cut oft by flames Jx ss 116000 urance 112000 Typhoid Fever In Letcher County Whitoaburg Ky Oct 10 Thefprac Icing physicians of this county r exceeding 100 cases of typhoid reo III Ietchor county with new cases developing dally Time situation Is ver + and several families have bens tactically exterminated They at bute the cause to the scarcity ol water Made An Appropriation of 200 Richmond Ky Oct 10The Madison county fiscal court made an appro rtndon of 200 to supplement tho pl- o subscriptions from this county toJfund going raised by the Kentucky Exhibit association for the states reji esenlatlon at tho Worlds fair In Si r- Louts next year Murder In the Mountains of Kentucky Mayklng Ky pct 12ln a saloon in the mountains near Ycagcr a hamlet northwest of here William Lawrence aged 42 fatally stabbed + Carrlco a near neighbor Car can not survive Lawrence cscap but was arrested later In the hllli taken to jail Baptists Celebrate AnniversarysCoyipgton Oct 12Tho oni ndred and atolls anniversary coJo g ration of the North Dead Assoclatlpp Baptists Is being observed InMld Creek church at Bellovlew Boom county The Middle Creek church was organized March 12 1803 with a mem lershlp of 23 May Join Cincinnati Red j Lexington Ky Oct 12crhere Ii chance that Stewart W Strader uauager of the local baseball team be signed with the tor next season He gars out the stalomant a representative of Joe Kelly had nude ovcrturps to him Struck By An Automobile Lancaster Ky Oct 1ll4v James Severance while en routOjtojhy home Newtown In au autoni e llld 1 a buggy containingJnniilymttou her sister and draunall cb Ail the otfUpiTita were fnjttrt Nr xv THE BREATHITT NEWS M Iij J WISE IIAdlNS Hdltor Friday October 161001A- NNOUNCIylI1NP We arnniilhoriwd to announce SYLVESTER HOWARD M a candidate for the office of Jatlei ot Breathftt County subject to th action of tlio voters of Itrenthili County nt tile November Election 1903 t We are authorized toniiiinunjg 31 C IIA1LEY ts IT candidate for the olllce ctf Jnllei of BreAthitt county subject to the ac tlou of the voters of Knntliitt county at the November election 1003 We are authorized to unnouiice F A LYON of Beattyville as a candidate for Son ator to represent the 29th District composed of the counties of Madison Estill Powell and Lee subject to thr action of the Democratic party R JOHN D WHITE Cauy r Room 003 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will practice in state and U S Courts trope and soils Heal Estate Keep a Rood list of Farms at fair irices Spe dial attention given to Oil Coal and Timber land Reports values on ap plication Director fur the New En Land Company ff Glrculiition more tlmi FOURTEEN 1IUXDKKD copies WE will accept advertisements on a guarantee that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Breathitt Countyof any paper published LAW AND ORDER TICKET For Circuit Court Clerk A L HAGIN13t For Sheriff CHARLES TERRY For Jailer- SYLVESTER HOWARD TIn ieauo in tho campaign now on intlaiscountis riotlrolftiarrl but the ofrigtho people Shall the peoplo of this count have the privilege to select their own oilicora or shall MIM I nN1 HIS COMMITTKH Select then 1 A convention was called in 1 September to nomjnato a Circuit Court Clerk which resulted in the selection of delegates instructed for A L llagins from eight of the twelve precincts representing about threefourths of too Dem ocratic votes of this county Yet MILLER AND Ills CoMMlTTKE gaVC TIIEIK NOMINATION to ono Win IX Backnot allowing the delegates a vote or to make a motion before them or be heard TlIIS SAMK MlJJKK ANn HIS COM MITTEE or a mAjorityof THEM have refused to allow tho Dem ocrats of this county the privilege of nominating a candidate Cot Sheriff or Jailor to this good day i 1 although both offices were de clared vacant last spring and it is now too late to call a convention Will Democrat feel obligated to support a nominee of this com mitteo 3 Would a ticket nominated by THIS OOMMITTKE haVO any of the qualities of Democracy about it f + It is only tho work of the oligarchy here in Jackson who euro nothing 4 sabout Democracy only to use it as a means to attain their own At selfish ends Do you follow Democrats feel i t that it is your duty to support a t ticket put before you by this UANO tar thus by your vole indorse the doings that have biwn carried on in this county under TIIKII rito TECTioNvfor the pint two years f If you do yotpfor thom ofnet tfeeii we invito you to vote for tho peoples nominee llagins TorrI and Howard wltojo iiamus appear under tho f4g Cabin do Y vice because the people have Leon refused the privilege of nominat ing any candidate under any otlur I device or of g their names I elewWrcI4 Elect them for they know howl I t ltoDown with tho OLIGARCHY J r iiF cS6q s Vs s CORRESPONDENCE r I Front This and Surrounding Counties by our Special 1Corrcspollll1l1ts r r- Wh S 2W E5252S ANXVILLE IIns Jerry Mortis and POll are visi ting relatives In Jackson county thlt week Mnttle and Nannie Medlock and Tencher1Assoefatluu Ocioder 8rd Misses Ill rite anti Iteatrice Bowling IIi Klvira Karl and Mnttle Medlouk amid Snrnli Johnson Snmuel Wilson ClittMer Ainyx Alfrtd and Win IollnI tfere the guests of Oscar Ruder Saturday night They nil report a nice time rMM Mollid Farlj of London visi led fi Semis at this plico Saturday Fivd Price lind sweetheart passed through the town Friday Ilenry Ilgratu sihu hU been to lluiiilon fur somtiano returned homo rtfew days ago Tit Post Master at this place Is nil mile iitid says she received a letter from the II Mountain Boy Matlio and Xannlu Medlock Chester Antyx and Samuel Wilson attended Ohllldi lit Greenhill Sunday and took iHntirr at tho homo of Sarah Johnson Tin company that is drilling at this iilace for oil have struck gas in abundiince IJUOK OUEEK Farmers are pretty well done fod derlugnd will be busy making aurglultjj ton a while now LreiicUtilg at Need 111 II re Sunday brother Miller in the stand largo jrowd out baptising in the afternoon The lion Hurry Pcnnington of Color hunt Hyden Ky the editor of the riniiiMiiitl Slicks was in our midst Sunday soliciting subscriptions for his MiipPf and talking for Ifelknap nod tho Jtypublican ticket generally terry says If every other county in the Mate will dp their whole duty asl will Leslie the Ii publlcan ticket will sure bo ultcUUMr the widow of William Holm rwho was killed in July while working at tio Banner Siavn Mill near Green lull was rewarded with 1000 in cash by an agent o time company on ctober 1 Slip lId previously reo celviil f5000 for burial expenses which makes 1050 in all which will help the widovv considerably and goes to show that the Banner Stare Company ire a good and generous people m panten rnomo now Itband Dull having been sent to Ktcliuond jail pending an appeal ti tIll C urt of Appial + UTOUUENT 0 Mr Ciydo Rnmfleld of Clay City was viiltlng his mint Mrs Mary Mar an lit Friday and Saturday Mr WillUm Belford was visiting relatives at Ilidgewood t Monday Mrs Dock Qiljey and Miss Mary Qil IPJ left here for Lexingtcn Thursday last urea Dock has removed his fami ly to the city in order to enjoy home cimfort once and awhile Mrs William Belford left here Wed ne iliy morning for Chicago enroute to Iiirtlund Oregon where she wil- lrrjin her lii baud who has been at latter place fur auvural weeks Mr Charley Barnes of Ml Sterling left here Wednesday on his way homes Mr Jnmes Rogers paid a business trip to Hldgewood function Wednesday A Mialul was given at the home of Mrs Bailuira Iownrend lust Saturday night tad a large crowd of buys and girls from Xnclmrlnh Torrent and Illdge wood Junction was in attendance all hllin quiet enjoyable time Miss CtiJIu iusji of Znchariah has leoireil omplojinent in L 1ark Hotel ut tint jilaco I have Just received thenlpest Hoe q ring + that were ever manufactured SI Flecnor UE5 TTYVILLE Tho Democrats of tho county met in CunvtMition Wednesday and Instructed delegates to attend the Irvine conven tion tliolOlh and cast tho vote of Leo county for Fa1 Lyon for State Senator of this tlie 20th district G A Rep president ot the ltoy hunt berCoof Nlcholasville waiiutowii Wodiusduy Win MuCollum of Owsluy county was here Wednesday Judge Hubert Itiddell was in town Wednesday nUll called at Democratic Headquarters and left on the noun train for Irvine J K Koberts Democratic candidate for Commonwealths Attorney win i Inns been confined to his bed for sever al days in out agdlu lion T UIUttkejvKepublican candi date for Judge was inhcing with his friends here Wednesday He reports bverylhing favorable KOUSSEAU Rev J M Little of Oillmore preach ed here last Sunday Time funeral of Dr Muses Olemon was conducted by Revs Daniel Jlcln tosh nod Manford Itichio lust Sunday on the head ot South Fork By requert of Sam II Fugate who was recently killed Revs Daniel Mcln tosh and Stephen Carpenter will preach hit funeral on time lInt Sunday In No vemLjtJrat lime new church on South Fork1 st FLAT Cedarrcioak visited Mcnnd Mrs George Mil let time pust week IimoTenclmert Association met nt Aniioch Friday last Many teachers attended Bruce Oliver and his sister Miss Nannie Oliver visited their grand mother at Flat Sunday Mr Win Tyler who has been teach ing at Frenchburg was compelled to dismiss his school oil miscount of sick ttessBurnTo Mrs Sarah Allen a Rime boyLJlr mind Mrrfiarkln Slampor visitedf- rivTiils I and relatives ifi Leo last week MtiftjIU Siiackelford of Flncastle visited her cousin FlosifeSIiackelforilt- ioveral days ago LOCALS J 5 Furls UarneU of Taulbee is very low with feversJ U Hoggs of Hazard was here n firitof tlmweek K Mr Vane Curter ofJessamine county is visiting his brother M W Car tera Mrs Gibson and her two InteresiUjgJ j little children left Tuesday for Canada where she will vfSft her parents i 7 i Rev Mr Button Pastor of the Christian Church at Morehead will preach nt limo Methodist Church 8unII day afternoon Shot nt a Negro is Lteut Downlng who will bo remem iieredas havinc been on duty here sound time age but was relieved hunt duty was arrested Jot Lexington d charged with shooting at a negro woman and Is now in jail Yore Short Dresses An inleieailng wedding ceremony ivas ptrforiiuJ on llolley creek near 3eneht when Jackson Cnulil aged 17 anl Am rlci Adam aged 13 wore made man and wife A large crowd was present when the ceremony took lace Afsz5r5asz525rcS2 525 S252S252S25 52 fri FLOYD DAY President J SAMUEL HEAD in flashier- FirJUAWFOUD J Vice President VANAUSDALL Asst Cash m =iJACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky Paid ill Capital 1500000 j Stir plus f t 105000- M tiff JJI W solicIt tho Banking Business and accounts of 4 Dumber Manufacturers s II Timber Dealers Business Men Merchants ID Farmers + rn Tliroughoiit Eiitjrn J attune and JrJrol1fSi the IU03 tomors1m LIBERAL Tfl Within tho limina of legitimate buBinosa = m COLLECTIONS A 2S2S2525252SS2SJ1X25c522rz5r5 casaaa sa a i Round TripI ictober2o So3 VIA SUTHERN RAILWAY And tonnictions Front 1 LEXINGTON KY I TO MISSUlItliAllKANSAS c I KANSAS KLAltOATA TKUftfTOlll I I jrAN 7LrtRITbItY and E AStIh- t limited to r jWiththor information write j C C STEWART T P A LEXINGTON KY i U ia0 HOWS TIns SUIT YOUto The pest 500 Si be 8500 I CIion at Day Br Co o tuck1 an Minnie Britt a cal B woman who was given the death JRlty at JnuisII vibe for the murdJK Louis Witty she dues not wa I a new trial and would rather hapgtmn serve 21 Years the pad J 111E John Arrowoodi daughter ol Whlck is very low ever 1i Cumbejittp uy cry iii- Dr Boggs little bat u tibias it very low with fever o Leonard Cole who has been very ow with typhoid fever Is improving o Onin Let Hall lime little daughter of llarri on Hall hasbebii very sick but Improving rapidly o Everett Back who Is sick at Lcxlng ton was reported much better ysster h Taken to LClulsJ1Ioh Caleb Powers and James toward have been removed from Georgetown Jail to the Louisville jell fur safekeeping The Jailer feared that an attempt would be mode to release them Mr and Mrs Wilson who are cOif Juctlre the Allen House at Leo City were hero Tuesday the guests of Mr and tits Sam Cole E 1I1II111x of Rousseau was here I Thursday after a pall of goods for hit store is indJ THE BREAD MAKER hun no fears of the result when using Mansfields Flour Its white and loom the natural taste web and flavor of the wheat berry Mnkea ing better whiter healtiler bread 1111111I soyoumilled from the beetj wheat and milled In time right way onthe best equipped toiler flour mill In JJCentucky Let a 2lilblftek of BKSt PATENT or MOUNTAIN LllJAVV will be nottItOIlVI aityitnapSiw hllrrelthl of words Ask YOI 9Jeer for i- tn CoallA1SF ELD t SONdi ROSSU N XY b r + t Many of our correspondents arrived lute fur publication Kx Governor W 0 Bradley i can fined to his room with a mild ciuo of typhoid laver but Is Improving Miss Vina Frazier came up from Lee Saturday to spend a few dayaat and tee her slater who It hens n vjslt Mr and MM Jolmjil Wnlkcr of Georgetown are vlilting Mrs Walj SoluniadiFr 4 Lf v L ichurJOnite Win Uckonl and Minerva Ollks of Itoxer xverc inafrlifdi lnst Wedtfetday the residence of the brides father Daniel Oaks Is lhls Trite i L t It has been reported hero that M L Oonlf j Superintendent of the 0 K was married lust week to a young lady- f LodLnv Ky but we have as yet been unable to get her nam or to gc account of the weddlnlJWoilllii Aniiouiicuiiiont al ll ill mrltnLitlt1jltuv n sot out Mrs Kale Sheltou Ilohannan lobo present at the mar tinge of her friend Mljs Laura Davies llawllngs a 5toMr Robert Jacob Folkersou Thursday evening October 22 nineteen hundred and three ul eightthirty oclock Imperial Hotel Jackson Ky ICharles peellifelIell1Fortmllllone irhom he had not seen for several years arrived in that city lost Saturday loaded with money andn little package and after displaying his roll proceeded to have a good linie They took in everything and at last Foreman hod to go to bed and when awoke hr told to his sorrow that was 405 03 to the bad lie fur mediately lied n warrant sworn out for Uuisel charging him with the robbery and attar a search he IKui jellRusselA Hnrgaln for Sonui One A tiles small Farm in Lee county for salty Tho Lackin Stamper place on tho head of Hoar Creek Nice dwelling fffulllllgpartlouIan Winchester Ky TuUoii to the Asjlinn RidgewoodJuucthtu Tuesday and tried on a chat 0 of lu nacy and ordered to the asylum Paroled HundrJck Feltner of Leslie county uu paroled by the Prison Commit winners lie was sent up in 1001 oid now in the lust atuge of consumption Ima but u few tnonllis to live Returned Homo Mrs G C Kiclmrdson of Lexington vlu has boon vijitliij her daughter ilrsTTIioinug Hosworth for time past relumed dome Tuesday DUI her slay here bIle visited ninny mints of interest In and around Jack il ItullrutulH Win Suits In tho Circuit Court at Wlnchcsttr lesutor Michael Donahoo against L A E railroad for 10000 unitigea fur tho killing ol his sort Just year resulted in a ver et for the road Ii I a t Day Bros Cm- r 1- Have Jr the most complete stock of aW t j C GENERAL MERCHANDISE r- n i rt r- Ever brau ht to Jackson ConsIsting ofx kor t O ftjiIf e USt NfifUS ettitittq Ir JiI1 J f 6 x l f- k t t JJ St Ve have the Finest Line of SHOES in Eastern Kentucky ur mens shoes are if the Latest Style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money d could buy riillineiw Goodst This Department is under the management of Miss Laura Rawlings who r can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS Iirall the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh the Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings ari i1C of FURNITUR t W are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our r aunuunllBUUnuniunnnununnnnlmilll1111uuunnuunnnBnnnunnnnnrn f- J Prices Are AH Righjillllllllllllllllllllllllljlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll III lllllllljllllllllllllllllllllllllliiiiiiiuiip Day BrosC j q- YID t i J- J of J H t i j r tt i ttr S I r 15 1J M 1j == WIT l For the wAIll1l1d1 Cut Prices Milt Will r be Shown in this Sptlco Next Weel O KELMANr- t I Jackson Icntucky + J2= tilili2i s 4w Itt 11Jto lot f F r 1I It 4tf- ir J ti t10 II Si ji ti- Y yP t f0eo II iJt s 4 44f a s- W t r 4 rf VI- r Mnt The Breathitt News ruhlUlUMl Uvcry Irhlaj r HAPPENINGS S252521 1MTHE n JACKSON 1IN Etac- at c2- U 1S52525252 Asa Circulation more than FOITIITHHX Huinlr a copies Qlnseni is quoted at 1550 end f5 75 pound BurlltoMallli Adam Staov on October a girl Mr 38 Tnulboo was un Spring Fork several day this week If you want B Hrstclais shun when IIIIIDIrl1 an to n B Sally J II Atchison U holding down tho Butch run on the Ii K If you have nay engraving to do try S D Fleenor lira D U Clark hits been sick for tbout a wcaV ivllji grippe Randolph Smith son of Mr nnd Mrs Monroe Smltli is rnpldly improving Mta Citllle Bowman of Athol was vfilting In Jack on lat Saturday std Sunday Nioh Combs of Shoulder Blado was hero on business Wednesday John Brown of Lambrlo was hero Tuesday nnd Wednesday and tilted by Have your eyes tested S D ricenor jeweler and optician Mrs Pantile Snowden and little daughter Mabel are visiting time fami ly of Capt Bradslmw nt 0111111 City Aihford Jueph of Lntnlirio Fleet HaRliiB of Stevenson were here on buiineiB Friday and 8ntnluy j L fDoylunvlllo was hero n few days last week the guest of relatives and friends rM liugitieis vUitlng her parants Mr null Mrs S II Hurst nt 4 Poartroii this week J lion It A HuMl inndu a business trip over on the 0 l K last Tdenday roturnli g Wcdnerdfcy Mr Howe proprietor of the L Park Hotel nt Torrent came up Tuesday to gpond a few days with his friend F W Fletcher JB McLIn returned first of the week from tho city where he lied beta buying n mammoth stock of general merchandise for Day liras Cu Miss Laura Buwllngs returned Sat urday from Cincinnati where she had been purchasing the Pall and Winter stock of Millinery for Day Bros Co Eggs remain nt 18 cents per dozen llOO to Loan on good teal estate security Call on or nddretsA- LKIIKD UOBKUTS Lon Creek Ky A F Byrd sold his residence In Campion a tutu days ago to J II Stamper and ho Will move to Win olipitor to live as soon ns his tertno iflkO Muse + We have received a cur load of Ka nawhn Salt and are selling seven bushels fur f 176- CnAiN Coins Sc Co Harlan Oalhaun of Jessamine coun ty Is vjsisfng the family ot Stephen Carpenter on Quicksand Mr Cal houn Is n sun of John 0 Calhoun formerly of thin county Do youlwrlto letters I have till nicest line of writing paper ever brought to Jackson Jail and examine S U Fleenor It E Oundlffof Campion who is Brandy gunger for this district was here on business Wednesday accompa need by his brother Robert Cundiff of Elktttawa See S D Fleenor for all kinds of watches clocks and jewelry repairing prices reasonable Miss Muttie Gourley returned Mon dry from a two weeks visit to LuuUvlllo Chicago nnd Now York and is now prepared to furnish her customers with the very latest styles W J Gibson of Norton Vn Is In the market for timber lands Write him what you havex826tut The funeral of Green Babe Backs child will bo conducted at the grave near the Round Buttom on Quicksand next Sunday by KoVs Duck Stacy John Green and J II Hudson Ev pry holy Invllfd IWe keep on hand ut oil limes a good supply 6f sic fresh steal which we will sell Clili CIMIS Colics Co llmmie Iitrij ihe L E News A elttisInlexitgbnlluhnvcharge of tits mj ntst liirjje store his bOMhovlia c ifjiirtiiil n it visit Jim mlo Is full uf tiiAtiiisi hiul will reach the top If lit kiipn IhiA Ill Pure ird IVkiu Diu1sCiriilsh In dial Oume chioUyns still Hefcinn hares for sale by M M HAOISJ- IJackKou Ky Mr D B Hurst nod wife and beau ripe little daughter Esther of Wolf county and Mr J T Steele and wife of Morgan county visited tho families of It A Hurst and J J C flack Ir Jackson from Saturday until Tuesday J060 will buy n good Elgin or Walt hum watch of S D Fleenor call 01 him when in need of anything In tin Jewelry Hue J r S Fledimr hurt just rectilved tin nicest lieu uf1817 Rogers Bro Sllvir ware ever brnuglit to Inckxim consul ing uf knllex fiirlco lea desneri tub e and HouvenliT HP OIIS Carl and uxnin ice them There XIIC Cleric McKlnley Cockrll tins ncuepted po illoiins clerk III the otore ofC Kel luau and Invites lilts inrtuy friends to call nnd see him Alex Stephens 1C Hied TA lox Stephens was shot and klllud llan Ruder near Kvnllne on the f 1hart Saturday No lcd The puftlcular could out be learned Coal nnd Timber Land Wonted Vnntcd one hundred thousand acres uf cml and timber lands In Knslurn Kentucky fur CASH for Eastern Cnpi tlllBIB WlllHlO 0 E Stunt LexlngonKy AXe liarber J A Webb uf Clay City who has been working at rutBburgrlaf for the punt year hUll acceUcd n posiTfon with W W Carter the limber I For 6nloe llinve signed line shorthorn bull inuley deep rid three years old and deslro to sell L PARROTT Robbing Ky ltellglous Sorlcosj There will be preaching nt the Prcs byterlnn church uuxt Sunday by Rev W W Powell Rev M W liner will preach at the Methodist church Sunday Wanted I We want men to act as snle menzmdtcolleclon for the Singer Mfg Co selling family sewing machines nt different points All com mission work cSlTon orfaddrnssC iTort SijtdERMro Co lOOiw jjf Jackson Ky Xo lore Sunday Train The wintertime table of thd L E and O K Railways goes Into effect October 17Nute changes In time table The Sunday train will be dli continued till next iprlnc For Sale f Presbyterian Parsonage j good res 75x160ivllli W W Powell at College Jackson Kj I Will Movi to IJ fJtttuly W W McGuire of West Liberty came up Tuesday Ho has recent lj purchased the IIOUSA and lot known nt the Dr Dalley hlomesteadof J It BUke of Lost Creek for f2000 and will move his family here spoil Mr MoGnlre began practicing law hereabout thirty years ago but moved to Weft Liberty In the early 80s whore he lias resided ever since Killing nt IJlkatawa Chad Sulyers Jr son of JUliUS Snl yem was shot and Instantly killed at Elknlawa about noon lott Saturday by Robert Chnney lied no prpvluusd fTiisulty Snlyera hind killed Ed Katfn nt Oakdnle about two months ago but that trouble had no connection with the trouble nt Elkn tawo Chanpy iminedinlely carte tu Jackson and gave himself up to the authorities OIL And the formations in which it is found Send 25 cts for the 011 Prospector Guide W 11 FAULKNKR Fairfield Iowa Departed This Ilfc Curtis Little aged 18 years died at his hone nt Canto ftfOctobor 6 The funeral was conducted at the church on October 0 by Rev J Starr of tho Inland Mission Society assisted by Rev Nathan Arrowood nnd his sons In the pretence of one hundred and ilfty friends who came to pay their last respects to f lIe deceased lie wee buried in the family burying ground Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through His Hand While opening a boxJ C Mount of Time Mlles Bay N Y ran n ten penny nail through tho fleshy part of hits hllndhI thought nt of all time pain and soreness this would muse mehe says anti immediately nil plied Chamberlains Pain Ruins and occasionally afterward To my surprise It removed all pain and soreness and tho Injured parts were soon heal ed Fur sale by Day Bro Co- Pe Address the Voters Thomas Ceuur cnndtJnt for Jailor on the IlIlIillllIIlont Ticket will nddreiiB the voters of Brenthltt county at the following tines and places Canue Fork Oct 20 Georges Branch Oct 21 Lewis Fork Oct 22 Oakdnle Oat 23 Mouth of Frozen Oct 21 Jankson Oct 20 Speaking begins at 1 P M each day Ills opponents are Invited lo be pres eat to whom n division of time will bt given I IIon0FIlurnnni wns rtiiiniiin1 ted for Senator from thu 29lh Dfitrlcl last wee by the Uepublkan Coven Lion which met at Irvine I r P AJ tl bliss Nellie Afarctii accompanied by her brolher Toih ml Alfred and Mliii Juda ItillimmsrpantlnetSunday vUlting the family of iMrs Shely near Illkatawii about three milea west from Juckson on the L fc JJf They report ed a pleasant day gathering papaws chNeUnutspursfunnoosrnduthdrtrostripened When they returned they brought two natural +v nder4n pumpkin weigh lug twenty pounds nnd which Master Alfred declares would make a capital eagledfrom tip tuLIp Gamed qo Pounds in 30 Days Fur several month our youuger brohter had been troubled with Indl gestlon He irled cavern remedies but got no benefit from them We purchnsed ome of Chamberlain Stoniaclhrni ver Tah lets and ha corn ntelieed ill iwthein Inside of thirty days lie had gained forty pounds In thesis lie is now fully recovered We have n good trade on the tebletsrIIol- ley liras Merchant Long Branch Mo For siiio liy Dny liras Co a School Lund IMrnv will be fmnd the amount of ini 1 Wy flirniiilied Clark and Breathltt gotrniluft fir school purposes atfdthe liUihlierof tchoul slilldren in attend asice 1t AMOUNT SCnotARS- iirJ f 840828 2268 BnHlhllt 1130174 ll605 4ij8340 40J Frnit this cnn see that lire tllll t tirays t4JS3A6 more than Clark besides nut having as many scholars to teach aMUlark by 463 p 0 Notice I 4 Any person or persons cutting down Chestnut trees for the fruit or other wise cutting timbervtor trespassing on the lauds of the Kentucky Union Com pany the Gall Land Company the Georges Drench Cannel Coal Company or tho LoU OrCI Company in Breaihltt liJ3t rjWell Lee Wolfe or usher c l1nnl it the State that they hnre proplit 1 twill be Indicted for such offfMuesjAul prosecuted to the extent of the I Ix- areLYb t- l i Agents Form Lrslili X llw and J Wits rJIInaIII II partner ship for till p o of law and have established i Cilice In the NEM OFfIoE over out Ice whore lliev will1a Eiir oall their- TreutSAtidJ tiuhroUuanoss- ht hear line t mt them We prcfum c both members ol this brut iie p j well known to the pele of Uisc y nd do not need tins introd j i mon rough the column of the XtwB Judge Bowiin l mean n member of tIlls bur for n1it years and liar served n ter olice Judge of Jackson As I thor member ol the firm nud orbidx us snyini sk that they be IllglVln rfpatrflrge and sh tip at Ies can do- Do GoodIt Pays A Chicago man has observed that Gaud deeds are better than real es title deeds Siine of the latter are worthless Act kindly nnd gently show sympathy nail lend n helping hand You cannotpossibly lose it Must thou appreciate a kind word and encouragement morn than substantial help There are pardons in this com munity who might ruthfully say My good friend cheerujh A few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold and there Is no dan got whatever from pneumonia whet ycti use that medicine It always cures I know It font line helped me out many a time For sale by DAY BROS Co One of Jhtmt1ntt First Settlers Thejollowlng is clipped from the Louisville Time Mrs Ihoebi Banks of Breathltt county aged 107 is time oldest person In that county soil probably in that section of the State Mrs Banks went to what isnow Brenthltt county when a mora child and has not been outside Its borders n half dozen times In a hun tired l She lives vhh her sot anti datiS rInIt on n mol farm Frozeliliout welve miles from Jackson Her son is mast seventy yearn of age Time old lad r Is In possession of all her faculties ml It Is sad distinctly recalls aliit he Breathlu flied troubles and talks ntflligently con coming them She M s n member of the third partyof settle i in the territory which Is nun BrenlU it IVrry Onaley cud Clay cuuniled lu is raid to have never warn n unit dots In her life Site has records nt in Inline proving liar to be tnom tl u i 103 nnd hers h- fsays she is I07P Hurrah If tIt Lon inlrc J I Tho goUlltfrs iiinr uonunand Qgttlongntlrtftni + hiird nt work putf down u pliant walk on Arlington 1Ie1mentbeQu made lo repitr it Too much priiise oaniuil ba bt towed upon time Ciptiiin raid hlljufftof carpenter fur thu repntr mVhajU no for the city Fura plat rtc take Chamber hens stntiuulM r LiYer Tablets En Il III t 1 nrLlrrikgect Fur 1ale hr UAV BAs t17a V I isc5255252S S2S252TT r Criterion1M f The Latest und Best J Wo faro Now n Full mid Complete Lino ot If- m READY TO WEAR HATS I 0 i1 Also Sonic of time I 0 HANDSOMEST DRESS HATS pOfI Ever Shown in Jackson Time Choicest Line of Notions you will find by Call lug on US Before Buying Elsewher- eItESITETIULLY rn RAMSFYN I M m 2S2525252S2s25252S52S2S22S2S2525252S252522S I u Joined llib Army M J Richie of Knutt county Ennd 311 Cfnppel of Wolfe county en listed In time nriny and wore sent to the Jefferson Barracks Mo TrUlhIIHe Learned a Great It Is said of John Wesley that he once said to Mistress Wesley WhyI du you tell that child the same thing over and over nunln John Wesley because once telling is nut enough II i ClanmberIjIlIlns of thes diseases to result In pnouI mo ill and that it Is pleasant and sae to take For sale by Day fires Co This is the 500HANAN Shoe l l Day blOSU- NCr4AIMla CO4 AILI rList of unclaimed mail mnlter ad vertised hy Daniel D Hurst P Mat Jackson Ky October 13 1002 nllll sent to time Dead Letter Office fur theI week ending OCtuber301P03- Anderson Nora fIUedrorllBrown Wm- Cumpbell l Frankey Coleman J B Crossin Mror Mrs Frank Davidson Louisa Davis J It t Eslep Joseph q llorton IlzzI ef+i 4IldalillMattes Mary Martin Laura s Iuckett W B Sparks Joe Spicer Uandison Will ttaker George White Ivillio- lvootunRaced Walker l A I Miss Ida M Snyder Treasurer of Silo Ilrooltlyii Kant i nit Art Club 11 If women would more attention lo their health we would have more happy wives mothers and daughters and if they would observe results would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they are given In consulting with my druggist head vlsd McElrecs Wine of Thed fords Black Draught amt so I took it and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wino of Cardui is a regulator tho menstrual functions anti is n roost as t011 tonio for women It euros scanty suppressed too frequent irreg ular fullin of tho wombwhiles and flooding It is approaching womanhood during nregnancy childbirth charge of lifo It fret queutly brings a dear baby to homes that have been barren for years All drurpists have 81 00 bottles of Wine of Canlni WJ 6 JEoF ARD ll rtk To the Voters of the JJJJrd hull clal District I am the Democratic nominee fur time llie of Commonwealths AIty and your support is most enrnwtly solicited If I am elected I will do ull within my power to discharge the Juries or thin responsible office faithfully honestly IYuurllJ K KUIIHUTH I I ortbcdto i nnd examine Prices are Crain clltnllI Public Speaking L lion John W Langley and HonVJp M Bowling will speak III time flltert of the Republican ticket ut time fallow hilt times and places Snlyersvllle Monday Oct 10 Jackson Tuesday Oct 20 Campton Wtdncfday Oct 21 Beattyville Thursday Oct 22 A EverybodyI I FA RMSiFOR SAVE We have for sale dtuirnblc ospec1AhyinIKeaa farms range In acreage from 50 to 5oo Acres and in prices from lo to 60 Per Acre f I name of these places are Uich Blue timidCreekshowhighintthem to those who are Interested If you are thinking of going to Oklahoma Texas Arkan sas or to the West in Search of a i Home A grlrmllllllllitntes We are In n position to obtain the terv lowest railroad rates stud to go olgti Jt with you and show you of- trusu cnnntriei YourcorresjionUenuc it oliciied niiil will info our ffrompi atAenilim Central Jfy Neal Estate Co Lebanon its R E YOUNG Secretary and Treasurer lo2U rilOFKSSIONAL CARDS J IiEIiAOIKI OX II iriisr- JIAGINS HOWLING- rrpRNEYSA TLAW- OlllcpoverPostOfllcft JACKSON KKSTJLOKY VA1I business intrusted to them will tecelve prompt and carefiil in tention II L 1 Tiles T illNKH A It PATTOW 1 HINER PATTON j LAWYERS 1 L JACKSON JUO KVJ r ElimnnnrmmnTMUFIMMTTITTnnUTTIIIIIli I L C ROARK II LAWYER eAOKSON KENTUCKY 3 e Will practice In Breathitt and = MuKjfiln Counties = N I I 1 miiiiitujiiiiiiiiaiiiuiuiuuiiuu 11113 uu u John Dean Stone Mason Foundations h Stones i Pillars- RAILROAD n TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective October 17 1903V frEast Bound Drily- ex sundrttyPM AM Lv Lexington 225 741 Winchester 810 825 Cloy City 866 913 Stanton 400 923 Natural Bridge 435 961 10Q8ltenttyville l Juno 611 1126 r Jackson 615 1180 West Hound N 0 Dally Ex Sunday 8- AM W1Dally ex Sunday O K Dslly x Sunday P A Ar Lexington 1010 605 Winchester 923 520 Clay City 837 439 Stanton 828 430 Natural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 8j47 Beattyville Jun 726 828 0 K function 629 2K Jackson 625 225 Nos 3 and 4 make close connection kKentuckycept Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L E Juno flan with Chesapeake Ohio for Mt Sterling and local points BenUyllevllle dally except Sunday MgrCliesy O K RY Effective September 1 1002 East Bound West Bound i d STATIONS V 30 235 Jackoon 1120 330- i 2800KJunc1I6 385- iw 8 158 Wilhurst 1152 417 B30 152 Hampton 1158 480- 7GO 128 Lee City 122 510 741 122 Helechawn 1228 518 715 105 Cannel City 1245 545 U LV PM LV PW AH Pit An Westbound Passenger Train connects at 0 K Junction with trnlji which leaves Lexington at 740 nm Eastbound Passenger Train connects at O l K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lex ington at 605 litL CONLKT Supt T a 5252S2S25C52S252525252S2525252521 g HANAN SHOECj The Bin on Earth m PRICE SBSOO PRLQE I i- I J HONORS WERE EVEN Although the Attornrr Hun lIomrI trlint of n IlUk In Itcfnllnllnirr tIii JudgeI on t 9obi R Kldridge a well known wiftrrn New York attorney recently bad ouuion- to argue a case before a of the in one of the mall towns ncar 1tochctcr- It happened that Mr and the todiffenpohuicIpartie- had been OppOsed to each ot her in teracontests and were tar Ir m being on the bSt1- tfJlOnai terms Jachto use a 1ang Uprtffo klon it In for the other The tici cored tbe tint point tayi the New York Herald In a field near the court room donkey inIthe with a resonant I bra IItutute tatd the justice blandly I C3nnotII bear two at once The attorney was but I siothing and waited hit turnIt came whenI the jiutice was cxnlaininga of law to the jury Again the bray the donkey re fFaounde through the court room Mr El- I placed his hand at his ear I mind repenting that sour L honor he said in his 1here I was such an echo that I could not under 4I stand Perhaps the attorney was guilty of con I tempt of court but the general opinion in wereIMcnnrit lInnII IIJlerta size Then hp a goose egg in the the aforesaid hen laid an egg jurt as IlrgeI He WM so pleased with the cneme that he whitewashed football in the ntt and waittd results When he went the next time to rcarch for eggs he found one as high I as a football but no ben in sight Securing the egg be taw engraved on it the hen nholosraphy these Im no ostrich hut hare my best Later hr fount the hen inside of the egg Leaf Itircr Ill MJrror S Little She Ulilul Knovr Mrs XniekerIe Mrs Amos a wellin formedwoman Mrs llocker Vei indeed her cook has t lived with all the other families in the neigh borhood Stray Stories I One o de sad thing bout disIlle said t Uncle Eben is dat its w much easier to on de enmity ofoh enemies dan on de friendship of yoh friendsWalJington- Star I I I ededtafeProf George Lincoln Burr of Poriwsll lately toured Xcvr England ou hit bi cycle in to gather facts about witch craft is an authority on the history of tu on and persecution and ia ac indefatigable rrof Hurt ntb his bicycle hat penetrated many primitive and secluded purl of the Ufitrd State tXIare now quaint now strange now humor ous A atory of tbe latter sort concerns a vifit to Tennewce- I arrived one night at a mountaineer cabin said the professor and asked for shelter for the nignt good people wer a- very hospitable They gave me a contort and an excellent meal While I was eating the IUd my liott watched me narrowly to see that I tvcry 7to0 forth Finally wren J began tu eat I piece of applo pie he exclaimed In an inth1 tone Jane dont you bring the gentle man a knife Dont you see him here Uyin1 cat his pit with a fork Stilt Another Cone Franktville Wit Oct 121bMany re markable cures have been reported from all over toe countrybut there one hert in Franksville which is certainly worth put liaising and which has not as yet been givto to the public Mrs Louis MarkUonof this place had beer a rirk woman forqute a long timt and could not find anything to give her any help She suffertd painful tymptotc of wlat i generally known na I Even woman who reads her stor1ITiIl under hicbIofa new remedy called Dodd IUdne3 that waft said to be a medicine for Womeiij weakness She fldlernuned to tTY some and soon found herself getting better She kept on with the pill QUIt was cured Speaking of her tate 1lrl 3larLison Pa do Dodd Ridn411ml u a for female weakness They are the beet medicine I have efet known and have done me a gn f deal of oodv Tried to skin me that scribbler did What did he want Wanted In ont a honk J nll he to write the book arid I tc write the avertiemnts I turnltT him down 1 winnl going to do all the iitcrary Work lUltimoic New Marked Down Stellaflut what mikes you think the duke is a bargain Jiella lie is in reduced circumstance New York Sun JllnclintlluUe Color makes top of tio market btrttir i IMiss Alice M Smith of Minneapolis I Minn tells howwomans monthly suffering may be quickly and permanently relieved by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound DEAR NItS ThNKILUrI havo never boforo given my endorse Iinentfor any medicine but Lydia E Pinklmms AreKCtablo Com ponnd has added so much to iny lifo and happiness that I feel liko making an exception in this ease1or two cars every month I would have two of severe pain anti could find no relief but one day wheti visiting a friend I run across Lydia E PlnklmmH Vcgretnblo Coin had used it with the best results and advised mo to try it foUnt1she worked wonders with nin T now niTvrinnnn no pain and I or only had to use a few bottles to bring about this wonderful change I use it occasionally now when I am exceptionally tlre1 or worn out 111189 ALict Me SmTII 804 Third Ave South Mimi Chair 1manExecutive Committee Minneapolis Study Club I Beauty and strength In women vanish early In Ufo because of I monthly pain or some menstrual irregularity Maity suffer silently g nnd seo their best gifts fade away Ldla E PlnUhams Vcge I table Compound helps women preserve roundness of form ntht r freshness of face because It makes their entire female healthy It carries women safely through tho various natural 4 crises Is thu safeguard of womans health The truth about this great medicine Is told in thp letters from I women published In this paper constantly u MrsC Kleinschrodt Morrison III says w JU overAgT since was years ago my menses They were irregular and very painful I doctored a great deal but received no benefit 0 A friend advised mo to try Lydia 12- y Pinklmmrf Acpctsiblo Conipouiul which I- didand after taking a few bottles of it I found great relief Menstruatidn JH now regular and without pain I am enjoying better health than I hava for sometime flow is itpofilble for us toznake It plainer that L dln E PlnkhaiuH VcgoUiblo Com P POLtfltvi1t positively help all sick women 7 AH women urn constituted alike rich andpoor high and low all suffer from the same organic troubles Surely no ono can wish to remain weak sicUlr with lifo nUll without hope for the future when proof unmistakable that Lydia E Plnkbnmo Vegetable Compound will IIIInd monthly to women Buffering all womb and ovarian troubles and all the Ills n ftR cnDCCII Ifnnnnt fMIIIInn bnroInt1l tt rIn4 Ihmatarel 01 HI U u Ju ftborq tMtlmonuo wuicU will prove their absolute genulnenenj Lydia L 1lnkhain Medlelna Co Lynn MDai n 1flHtlftf1n l CAUISEK RIM FIRE CARTRIDGES 1f7 Winchester 22 Caliber Cartridges shoot when you want them to and where you point your gun Buy the time tried Winchester make having the trademark U H If tamped on the head They cost only a few cents more a boxthan the unreliable kind butthey are dollara better FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS EVERYWHERE fcriw J i 4 S THE SUNDAY SCHOO Less iui In the tnlernnlliinnl Series tor October IN liliaUn Ida Con rloTHE LRSSON TKXT- Id MIU1 Have mercy upon me 0 God accord lug to Thy loving kindness according unto the multitude of Tfly tender mercies blot out my transgressIons 1 Wnsh me thoroughly from mine tnt qulty and cleanse me from my sin S For 1 acknowledge my transgressions and my sTh Is ever before me 4 Against Thee Thee only hovel sinned nnd done tills evil In Thy eight that Thou mlgluest be JustmcJ when Thou sptnkest anU be clear when r llehold I was shupen In Iniquity and In sin dill my mother concrve me Go Uehold Thou destrethlruth In the Inward parts and in the hidden part Thou limit make mo to know w1 3om 7 Iurgo me with liyop l1nd I shall be clean wash me und 1 shall be whiter than f Make me to hear Joy and gladness that the bones which Thou hast broken snay hide rejoice Thy face front my sins and blot out nil mine Iniquities 10 Create In me a clean heart 0 God altO renew a right spirit within me II Cast me not away from Thy presence and take not Thy Holy Spirit from me it Restore unto me the lay of Thy alva tlon and uphold me with Thy frte spirit I Then will I tEach tTongruOfS Thy ways and sinners shall be converted unto T- Riellver me from MoodRuIltlnes O God Thou of my salvation and my tongue shall sing aloud of Thy righteousness IS O Jorot open Thou my lips raj mouth snail slitS forth Thy praise is For Thou deslrest rIot sacrifice else not Inwould 1 give It Thou dellghtest burnt offering 17 The tacritlceS of God are a broken spirit a broken and o contrite heart 0 I God Thou wilt not despIse UtllJIKV ruNT43rcniC lit me n cleats heart 0 GuII ill NOTES Mil COMMENTS t2 Sam 9 One of the many Indications of Davids generosity and true heartedness is found In his kindness to Mephlbosheth the crippled son of his friend Jonathan An ordinary orien tal monarch of Davids time would have exterminated the family of the former king ropt and branch David did not do so but sent across the Jordan to Lo debar where Mephlbosheth was llv trig In concealment and brought him to Jerusalem with great honor restor- Ing to hiD tho rich lands of Saul which hadiucen confiscated and added him to the constantly Increasing number of courtiers who enjoyed the kings favor and lived more or less at his expense nt the court In Jerusalem 2 Sam 11122G David stood the tests of ndvenlty better than those of prosperity Ehse and luxury were be ginning to tell on his character In stead of leadinjj his armies Into battle as formerly he now left them to Joab I and remained himself In his harem at Jerusalem The fact that In those days It was considered eminently proper for a It Ing to have a harem did not make that harem less demoralizing Tho sad story of Davids moral weakness when tempted and then of his deliberate murder to conceal his sin anti add another woman to his harem Is told In Chap 11 thus far says Aglen the tory belongs to the usual crimes of an ori enlal despot What follows however could have been found no where In th t ancient world but In thq Jewish monarchy 1Vliiiafter the terrible year lived with R guilty cqn science tho proph t Nathan again all peared before David to Ja the hard duty of a friend 12l12r David broke down completely confessing his sin and repenting with o repentance that wis really achanBO pCHfe Black na the sin had pen Jehovah forgave the penitent man ut the results of the sin troubled life to the end P3 5115 In connection with this story of the sin and repentance of Isra els greatest hlng we study the marvelous prayer for pardon In tho Fiftyfirst 1salm It Is nol known jyho wrote this Psalm but It fits Davids circum stances so fully that many suppose It was written by him after the visit of Nathan In Its words the penitence and aspiration of those who have done wrong have found exrirceslon through all the centuries to the present time Is thert not a place for tile confession and prayer of the first few verses In every Christian experience The one offering tho prayer has hope but It Is in Gods loving kindness rather than n his own deserts Against Thee The only have I tinned The very natural feeling of the heart whatever Its sin as It bows before the loving and righteous God to whom In Its sin It has been untrue The realms are written In thJ language of the feelings That thou mayest he Justified By confessing my guilt I admit that Thy condemnation Id Just Vs C12 Purify mo with hyssop Pronounce mo clean from my sin just ns tho priest pronounces the leper clean as he 6iirlnklen him with the hyssop branch Gladness That comes only with a sense of ala put away and forgiven Bones broken A very strong flgtiie denoting the most complete prostration Pcrowne Vo 1317 Then will J teach No one can hung others toChrist more effectively than the one wholiRB come close to Godu fatherly heart la this experience of contrition and forgive hess Thy pralso An expression of ho Joy that HIIs the heart of the prod Igal after his return to the fathers house Thou dcllghtcxt not In uacrl Ice Nor in any other external thing In Itself but in a real vital change of heart ALL SORTS It is not considered tq a mans Ito merit success if hi doeant obtain In tho absence of horses both a plow and a mower were used tied behind his automobile by Mr Kaser an Ohio farmer The machine was geared too fast to gIve tho best results Ammonal a new mixture of powdered aluminum and nitrate of ammonia is claimed to be one of the safest of ex plosives It Is not liable to explosion by shock or friction is not readily fired ia especially free from spontaneous decom position and Is even credited with tho rather surprising property of being un affect d by moisture It is fired with the usual percussion cap The German emperor has presented a costly piece of porcelain from tho royal Prussian factory to Ross R Winans of Baltimore Md In recognition of his la bora In restoring part of an ancient Roman frontier fortress sear Homburg Germany In the course of his excavations on the site of the fortress Mr Wlnans found runny Interesting articles Including bronze spear heads swords Roman locks buckles coin and orna qientIvI- il 5 l i 1 S t 4 ji t t C A MiHAL SCHLEY i ENDORSES PERUNA 1 Peru iia Drug Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen I can cheerfully say that Mrs Schley has taken Pe ruuna and I believe with good effect = W S SCtJLEYwashing1on D c J KvMIRAL SCHLUY one of the foremost notable heroes of the Nineteenth Century A name that starts terror iu the heart I way t f 1 A L iI hIunusVI UVVIY pUIUU1U fl aunli us aLtuy oscow daunted courage and prompt decision a friend his wns asked AS to the th hecflicacyslightest hesitation he gave this remedy niciit on later conversation that Pcruna has been used in his family where toitSuch endorsements serve to indicate the wonderful hold that No Pcruim has upon the minds of the American people It is out of the question that so great and famous ru man as Admiral Schley could have any other ason for giving his endorsement to Peruna thaiiHiis positive co cliou that the rremedy is nil that he sayslit Lt1 W All rut Chnrllr After distributing his ready money three pounds to the families of tho victims of tho Paris tube accident M Latiusse chaplain of St Cyr mill try school pawned his cross and ring a present front Pope Leo XIII for tl shillings and gave that away also Encumbered OossoraWhy are you going tn marry that old relic Flossie I love tho ground he walks l on jYes but isnt there any plcasantcr wayou can get hold of IU Stray Stories Ierfnme to Mntrh Color Perfume to match the shade of the tress is a rule that some ladles cow adopt the following costumecolors amongst others being used with scents of the same name violet heliotrope lilac carnation rose and lavender Ilnril to He Just It Is practically Impossible to be Just to n friend an enemy and one self Tho friend Is always overrated the enemy overrated and oneself ex onerated N O TimesDemocrat Will Glre Them a Snrl John Hazcltlne known throughout central New York t iilantbropist has announced isl a colonY I of 1000 Syracuse People to Montana I for the purpose of establishing a town I Iii 1 I see the on Daubers picture Yes De Smit st It Why dont t ang the tag on De Smith 1Londol THBlts f II Tltonaltt It A J He large Terance what I Ie doctor1 dla nosls of your case fie hasnt Mi- bettln ylt but Im itll bcivrJ air tjn dollars ChIcago Ufbuni i J 4 Forrhn Hrllnln l The foreign POI 1n of the Brit ish Isles numbers 000 Germans bold first place lint of numbers Russians second J btch thirdtu J Sainn ije Carpet ti Scatter salt on pet when Iwetpl ing and you Wi nly find It has a cleansing effect it It also keeps a away moths 1 i nl ontThe unassumltjj olilenei4 of some men gives reitUstin titsn than 0 does their mea Ck go Journal e The llcBion Call no man truly happy until he It S dead Ho cant tell you his troubles then Chicago Tribune codr ilerIe The full dress liveries of the Brit lab royal footmen cost 550 apiece Fainno Vlilrlpool The famous Maelstrom whirlpool Is four geographical miles In diameter nut 1elulne Best of all medicines are rest end fBsllnJlranklliJI MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct i3- CATTLECommon u 2 50 3 CO Heavy steers 4 63sfc 5 00 CALVESEtra l 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 90 J 5 03 Mixed packers C CO 05 DO SHEEP Extra ib 3 r- LAM1i3lxtra T 5 85 6- FLOURSpring PO pat 4 60 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red S71 No3 winter ff 8G CORNNo2 mixed i 4811 OATSNo2 mixed QI 8- RYENo2 J 7i 62 P 11- 3IIAYCh timothy fl 13 60 PORK Clear family 1U13 70 LARD Steam 775 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 13 Cliolco creaiitry q- APILlSFntcy P 22 5 Git 75 75fi200r01u160 J 5GG Chicago FLOUR Wlnier pat 3 9010-t WHEAT 2 red SO40 82 No 3 sprint 79 0 82 CORNNo1 mixed j 45 tinlxcd 36 i1 HjI OATSNoi 0 64 i 11 20 011 25 6 85 0 6 lHJ jrfew York FLOUR Wit strta 3 75 fj 3 05 WHEAT N 2 red 0 81V CORN No V mixed 0 1i1 OATSNo 1 mixed J 4Hr RYE Westell 62 I PORK Mcsi 13 25 013 7 i LARD Stcnhf 0 7 25 B Itlmore WHCATNotred tfj 82 1 I i 511 OATS No 2 rtixed t5 llj GOO515ilHOGSWcSU CORNNo mixed 48j OATS No 3 mixed j 40 POliK Messj PI 0- AIIDSteaiI r friv 7 7G I napoli WHEAT N4 3 roil tl SI CORN N i1m1xed1tli 4G- oOTq IV wixed 36- f a REASSURINGr wSbllertct nnU Cniilil Tlirrffor 5nhiistIie A middlelf man and his lIe decided lo you take a trip to Wuhiuglon anl II it was the beginning of the season both invested i In some new clothe for thejCurrrv Tfceir j grownup children made fun of new ipprnrancc but it was not until they isereLi tn their irat und opened lborkTinltOne of their offiprirR had fllnl both satchels n illi rice ou taking out what i tilt needed the tiny graincireir scattered broadcast- o i Of coune there a at once an amued tnile on every ones tier and the mother felt heneltgtltlnitredier than fhe hadevegfbeen in her life before and ass more comfortable when a fat German woman CJ oppote leaned over and paid quite audibly Ach never mind Im a vidder veman now but tKI time next week Ill be idUie M0ie fix m3seifto Vlir She hang OITIIIIelephone niittakej roay have their tidei A man who let to tCIllInlunleale with another named lnne looked in the a nnnl Irrt fenl1iDinCr41ii tb Johe Iiare yiiu a n I iwhere oar builsindtU He couldnt un4eif1and bIhe rang oR 10 uiitll hlooked in the hook again and diM ovcfeiI taT lit had tailed up tin residence c srdw Y 1orktf eh 1lirajierthe man ivo ri luii to hxafc III the rxiiitlnvcst thin fall IIM little excuse for at home HO far a ilruadAtllO I arc concerned The tantiilc Idl very low oneway eceondtla rates Cal ifornlll31 from Chicago 23 from l4nIsac fJO front Iours nnI proper Renrall1ht I lovembcr 30 They are beingasukii of y those MifliinR to in 1B and other t vallcyr of Call 11rRmoj he Soulhwegt generally the lint suit third llelIddya of a lnontl ttut It Krmi nonlbly exclusion flllwl ever available it On CO n bnrgalncunn tt roundtrip homefeeberB rate is silver UIIN for ro from and I from i cxalljandanta Fo the latter of October ncI ount American Hankers Association fheI Ie then out and back will ls CJ3O rom ChicaRo fW from ICantas City I nil imilnrlymluced from other joint l1 vune liiR ivi has the Ie III tteilllthotfl y Ilc fhote wulilnjt to try an ocean I xten lvth ir Oceanic line attmI r from nan Francisco to Hawaii Jiul en joy a wcclia Doting in the laItS oi pence a Dont pt1i1ik the public rare for- Lake1uC3re2tYN summed Storm ngton itarres earn a Iltat dial lor SSiteriwaro inilttl the say Senile It u aetftr abuse hlnWash ngton Star To Curt a Cnlil In One Unr Tale Ixixitive liromoQiiiHinc Tablets All Irujgim refund money if It fails to cure 23c j I hamc 0d I11ufT11Iis precipice ex ilaincd the guide 19 as eap remarked blue tounist1niladefphia ltccor j I am ure Piioa Cure for Conmmption avetl my lift threeears agoMrp Thos Jobblas o Feb 17 1000 A ttuef lovei honestyai hungry man lovea tcakand for the same pon itX O fimtt DelllocratI reasn Jeoige sand p H n Iuu uric vuocnrctluhllo they iloulit Who prulw Doant 1IIU the highest Acblac locls are e4Di1- IJIIp bock and loin pains ore rcomo fiRTllIng the llrnbn dropijr signs TonWiThey corrrcfc urine sub ldckdI liinent IIll1h colorist ptlu In parsing drlbNin rrlllolVwetting l cau a Tills remote calculi cravcL Itelljro heart pa- ipliation steepleunes- ahieadnaho ne rvou ocM dUzlnnTAYLOBVIUK Mia I triM CTerythlng Corn wr hack and pot no relict until 1 used Doan Ilib J V Lcvis The ict is Pcruna lias overcome all opposition cud has won it to the hearts of the people The natural which so att people have felt about giving endorsements to any remedy is giving way Gratitude and a desire to help others has inspired otisatidsi of people to give public testimonials ibr Pcrtinn who retofore would not have consented to such publicity Never before in the annals of medicine has it happened that so many men of national and uutiiuiinjiiai reputation hl1c ww willing give unqualified and public endorsements to n proprietary remedy amount advertising could have accomplished such a result Pcruna has won on its own merits Pesmia cures catarrh of whatever phase or location in the human body This is why it receives so many notable and unique endorsements Address The Peruna Drug Mfg Co5 Columbus Ohio for free erature on catarrh A Doctor Retort I ytrv doctor known the man and woman rtiUIvatetbe habit of accosting him n trett JIn4he guise of ordinary con vertttori tract free medical One itiah iC11lITtrltrttlrtlln eminent phril ciin with the Lt hear fish is an excellent brain food Do think so- Excellent yourIw s the reply but in cat it strms a pityto waste Mill donOutlook A Isv HiUe o leansIOctfljcrSOth rfly the on sate ticket from tt lxiii Ifinni ai and Kansas City to Tvjcar Oklahoma arid ndian rerritory at rate 0 t l300 for the toumi trip limit November 10th Rale 1800 will alto iiiy from Cincinnati KOO fronj CbuiK No ne ran afford lo ink this opportunity of teeing the great wulhwetern country in ullncm of iU glory anti llrotp rih For partiular write ledge Morton P T Ao T fly St Louu Mo Iritmolrr of Courage incentive e fSmiriicusstud had a ffW tllb with my wife Jthtoo Uno1M1t OM Isdr nulkte of randy In conic in here 11UrdlinlankltleLampeoDslrp MeutnVeur buy it at eollese nowI T lies reUy bri tee uthr t Mrs dalaproi u Yws iMr4 Hi 1001 isa Inn hc A lrul r gntiNs lMildelpbusrr 0it is letter to do naWe tfte U thin toCathem all day Hut net our tauch fun Tribune fr410leop1e whoe IaTt on edge aT 1n tbllloJournal rrip f i North Velern if the onlr aaillIroster iiiveLls ltu 9Iiieeftfljiesr tmrrlfiJn i = = lu nIb IForRheumatismIn Neuralgia Sprain Lumbado Sciatica BacHacho SorenessI UM lha oIJ reltabl ttmeij StJacobsOil i Price 35c oneS SOc I PILES IslirfiMTrlb LH TIllS COUPON BE YOUR MESSENGER Op DELIVERANCE FROM KIDNEY BLADDER AND URINARY TROUBLESr Wis people 1 veasoil you Ii 1 I I V I ami and c the lUll nKi Doan Kidney j 0 ctrii- Sn 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