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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, October 23, 1903. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1903 bre1903102301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, October 23, 1903. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 0 f NE ir Ii 1 i If JNPt-r 0 ioI 111 u O JJrviIHAGIN Editor and lubU heft LNEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO T IlYTgIt gTLOF IAT UiNTUUAZ Ono Dollar Per Yfa AhraIis i VOLUME 111JACltSON ICY IIi6 y fBLR 2J 1908 NU IBIt jtt ENHURLmO EATH 1t lr Ix Ihc vFoltaioro Tlinti One Hun diVVlftct to Hirer Uclow ti t tons of Iron Fell Upon a MoveabU to 4 CrjlneIIon Iho New Wab Ash Over the Io6nga ntsburgf Hy the I Rruakltig of tho ropes carrying live Utopr I rraiiQ nt tho IUUburg end of the now s Io Wabaih Bridge over tho Monongnhela tJ t river being built by tho American f workmbnrby a moro f6 than loo foot striking the water and 4 two burgs beneath Ten of the dead r 1ivo bepn recovered Five uro sort r Aggslt Inj red Huvoral bodlus are yet t tII1I w jinfler the wrecked bargoa Tho t s lh0hrhlge extending out over L adJl4lr from the Water street side e l wreck I f tutCorunor IA 0 Huohol macho fifij3v jttantlou nt the sceno ot the- iRaFtcrIio lie bellcvoa the blame teats I L lit whoever waB In chntlto or live 0 r umig nail rtl8tCllln or the beams i fciytluit a allure to properly IIi i tt3 m sftle derrick load caused tho g KhliiK strain to fall on tho crane jifrt bcforo this happtned sold tfr Jluibol Iho mot had hauled un a land or nrr bn a They wore nRln 41 jKMiUon bw a long steel bar which woe pushed through tko eyes at tha p end Thm five cf tbolmrs woro haul d up to the iamb point and IhtH fast mm tier was drawn buck with tho In eyelwayai blunder WM rondo and the bar was not put tkrotixh As a result thn bin suddenly fell the raeultiiiR Jerk prlllhg down the crane The accident ynn caused bjr the gar ItR way of a twoInch steel cubic h was fwd as one of hw guys to 4IDirt tie big crane Tub cable was t Hl to beer a strain of liO tout mud to IIRkl that It did not break but f f t lian d loose tram Its fastening There pry 1 11ll41e 34 men at work on the super fclrutturv of the bridge In tho bargo 5below Uy which the beams wore b- ed1 by the rnnp 17S feet boomIfh 0 taw eeme MtaORXT with their Uvmi ff jumping Into the river Uio moment they hoard tho crash above Some of the wen on the supcratructiiro who were ougnged In riveting and titnilltaK the bars that were lifted 3 froth Uie barge also got off uninjured TJio work on the bridge wilt bo do hayed nbout three months DROKE THE WORLDS RECORD Cresceus Trotted a Mile In 15934 on the Track at Wichita Kant Wichita Kan Oct 10 C mucous broke the world trotting record for a mile Monday afternoon going tho ills tance In 1804 beating tho previous tonl Deli by lou Dlllmi and Major DfhtiHr byn quarter of a second Tho day was Idoat std the track could not hue been hotter Mr Keltlimn worked tho horse out before tho Html test In 215 nod then sent him for Uie record HP broko wen ho first ocorod for the word hut on tho nut attempt was sent off going nntithruoqunri tanic nn uproar Jut before ho roach I odiUto wire Crmcous broke and ILIA eyed lost fully threequarters of a Mitenil Ho caught handily and Hash ed wider the wire In 1 91No wind shield was wood Crosceus was paced hy Jlllio tho Tramp LATEST DIRIGIBLE BALLOON rUnited States Minister Dryan Made An Accenslon With Santos Dumont Parti Oct 20 Charles Pago Bryan tho Unltod States minister to PortMl was a passenger Monday In the- rar of Santos Diimontfl latest dlrlgt Mn balloon No 10 during a test macho at Neullly Tho ascent was wltnossel liy a niimbur of prominent Americans and Spanish Interested In aeronautics After a successful ascension Messrs Bryan and Santos Dumont descended nUll received In tho cars Misses Mack ay hunt Taylor and again ascended Snutoii Diiinont said that No 10 bal ofIt Is 143 feet long and the balloon has Adbpnclty of S010 metros flue potro IOII II motor produce COhqrao power Beef Dressing Record Droken Denver Co Oct OIJy dressing a t 1200pound steer In 3 minutes and 33 ttocomls Jacob liter employed In a lo cal packing plant has reduced the worlds rucord by JO seconds and Incl 4 dfntally Won the wentorn champion ship fin feat was accomplished at k a contest hold at Broadway park In this clta r Total Reglstrafan In New York t N6VeYOrh Oct 20Ibo registration on tho last day In Greater Now York AaB 138 29 making a total for too reghJwas 1000 C40778 IpOl C14tl 1902 535031 Carrying Steam Coal to Japan 4JLondon Vet 20The Dally Malt Ttifljjloy morning says that since Octo ber 17 eight slqamip3 have been tofa two ctlicf ccufiyuiuvu a err reported i r THE L J STERN HEARING Accused of False Pretenses In Supply ing Government With Mall Satchels Washington Oct 2L Ix opold J Stern the Baltimore contractor arrest ed In Toronto under two warrants charging falso pretense In tho supply to the government of satchels for ru rat iron delivery carriers was given a preliminary hearing In tho supremo court Tuesday Stern pleaded not guiltyPost Office Inspect ir Walter S Mayer who worked up the caso against Stern was called to tko witness stand but before his examination was con eluded court adjourned for tbo day Much of tho day was consumed In arguments by attorneys Assistant District Attorney Tnggart reviewed the charges against Stern who ho said submitted a bill and received money for satchel strops which ho mover fur nished Tho bill on Its taco said Mr Tag gart was a lie Thero wero 1C57 satchels supplied but they did not have tho straps as stipulated In the contract Tho defense contended that If tho department ordered that tho Lamb straps with which Stern wee sup plied and which ho used In place of his wn bo used as they Interpreted tho governments petition Stern was cor tultily entitled to tho monoy as such crder constituted n modification of tho contract Post Ofllco Inspector Mayor Identi nod Storrita original contract with the government which was tubmlttod In evidence despite the objections of the defense Tho defense contended that the Unlt od States did agree that Stern furnish tho satchels without the straps the government supplying him with car tale straps known as tho Lamb straps which only one concert could furnish Mr Taggart called attention to the omission In Sterns hill of anything to indicate that he had not euppllml the straps as stipulated Ho explain ed later to tho Inspectors smith Mr Taggart that tho government relieved him of the expense of the straps In his testimony Inspector Mayer sold ho hud n conversation with tits defendant at his place of bunlncM In Baltimore in which the latter acknowl edged having but one contract with the government for the furnishing or MtchcU and that hie contract called for a certain kind of strap to he placed on the satchalt Qar croMoxamluation AthO tofciuo brought out tho admission that Stern had claimed that ho hail secured the permission of two postal ofllclalH to furnish tho satchels without strap SALOONS AND GAMBLING DENS All Those In Kansas City Kan Closed Dy the Chief of Police Kansas CityOct IAII saloons end gambling houses In Kansas City Kan were closed tight Tuesday by Chief of Police Murray on an order from Mayor T U Gilbert A week ago a citizens comlttce threatened to c net Mayor Gilbert and other city offl cluls from office for falluro to enforce the prohibition law and to close tho gambling houses This U the first time tho gambling dons In Kansas City Kan have been disturbed for years and saloons have peen permit ted to run with but slight Interrup lion YELLOW FEVER SITUATION There Were 33 New Cases and Two Deaths at Laredo Tex Tuesday Inrodo Tex Oct 21The total of row cases of yellow fever lucre Tues day was butt one loss than Monday which was tho largest for any rtlnglo day since the outbreak of the epidemic The o111 clal bulletin Issued Tuesday night Is as follows Now cases 33 deaths 2 total horn her of cases to date Iii total deaths Ii German Ambassadors Outing Washington Oct 21Dnron von Sternburg the Gorman ambassador left Washington Wednesday morning for New York whonco ho sails the latter part cf too wook for Germany Ho will carry with him personal nips tinges of friendship and good will from the president to tho emperor and Prince Henry of Prussia McGovern Given the Deciclon Boston Oct 21Terry McGovern former featherweight champion of tho world was given tie decision over Jimmy Briggs of Chelsea Tuesday right after a hard 16 round battle boo fore tho Criterion Athletic club Will Exchange Offices and Duties Washington Oct nIIIJ GOB Chaffce commanding tho department of the cast and Maj Gun Corbln prin cipal assistant to the chief of staff will exchange stations and duties next Monday Gen Sumners New Command Washington Oct 21Mad Gen Samuel S Sumnor who Is now In lhlsIcity on leave of absence has arranged to assume command of tho department of tho Missouri with headquarters nt Oraaaa on November 20 A Forty Days March Washington Oct 2J1ho Third battery ot Held artillery completed Its SOO mile march from ChIckamauga Park Tenn to Fort Meyer Tuesday Every man who starter from Chlcka mange was In line as tho battery ar rived after Its 40 days marchrPrice of Coal at Mine Advanced Philadelphia OetY21At a meoting here Tuesday of soft coal operators otItho Clear cld Pa region It was dc deed not to sell coal at tho mines below 150 a ton for ft period ot juo week I THE OISrUTE SETTLED The Honiulnry of Alaska Fixed by tile Commissioners United States Senator Fairbanks Gives An Explanation of the Interna tional Dispute and a Brief Outline of the Subject London Oct 20A draft of tho do cision reached by tho Alaskan boun dart commissioners was signed by a majority of tho commissioners Mon day evening Mars Aylesworth anti Jette the Canadian commissioners re fused to sign The decision grants all tho Amen can contentions with tho exception of the one relating to tho Portland canal Tho signatories woro Lord Chief Jus tice Alvcrstono and Senator Lodge Senator Turner and Secretary Hoot tho American commissioners They constituted a majority and ensure finality Indianapolis Ind Oct OUlllted States Senator Charles W Fairbanks who was chairman of the American members of the joint high commission that met at Quebec In 1898 Jo consid er tin Alaskan boundary question and who has utvon long and careful study to tho points Involved gave Monday night an explanation of the dispute over tho boundary and a brief outline of the subject Ho said Time decision ot tho Alaskan boa chary commission Is meiely a recogni tion of the rights of the United States which thoy purchased from Ilussla In 1867 In a treaty between Huxsla and Great Britain In 1825 the boundary be tween the two countries In Alaska was axed and when tho United States pur chased Alaska she acquired the terri tory which belonged to Russia anti whirl was defined in the treaty of 1326 between Russia and Great Bri tame Until tho gold discoveries a few years ago there was no dispute between thin United States mid Great Britain no to the boundary Tho dis puted boundary lint was submitted to tho United States and British joint huh commission which met 4n Que lice In 189S Under tho treaty the boundary line speaking generally was to begin at the Boulhermost point of Prince of Wales Island and run thence up PoYttnull canal and mainland to tho Goth parallel of latltudn and thence following the summit of the mountaliw situated parallel to the const but If hero wore no mountains then tjjo line should not bo more than marino leagues from tho coast until renclioH a point near Mt St Elian where It was to run north to the froz en ocean Time dispute with which tho com mission has boon concerned Is tho boundary south of Mt St Elias Tho American contention was that under time treaty between Russia and Great Britain the latter was to bo excluded front an outlet to tho ocean awl that the coast line should follow around till heads of lilt of oho Inlets while the British contended that the lino should run from headland to headland It their contention had prevailed Skag way Dyoa and other settlements many mites from tho mouths of tic Inlets would have fallen Into British terri tory Under the decision those belong to the United States as we have always contendedyROYAL FINE STOCK SHOW The Annual Exhibition Opened at Kansas City on Monday Kansas City Mo Oct 20The an nual exhibition ot the American royal flue stock show opened at tho stockyards Monday under most favorable conditions There are over 1000 mead of cattle 250 sheep 100 fancy hogs nn equal number of thoroughbred An gora Boats and 150 horses Including tho black Porchoron stallion Gaslno and Fine a prlzo winning mare both recently Imported from Franco Among those exhibiting prize winning cattle are Vnnnatta Ii Son Fowler huT W H Curtice Kmlnence Ky J C Adams Mowcaqua 111 Stanton brcMllng farm Madison Nob and D 11 II nun a of Havonna 0 THREE MEN INDICTED They Are Charged With Smuggling at San Juan P R San Juan P It Oct 20The fed eral grand jury has found an indict mont against Collector of Customs Alonzo Cruzon for having received unlawful emoluments of smuggled goods mid It has Indicted Capt Andrew Dun lUll U S N commandant ot the na val station here and Robert Giles a former contractor in Porto Rico for smugglingGen Miles In Los Angeles Cat Ixw Angeles Cal Oct 20Oen Nelson A Mlles has arrived In I os An gobs after a leisurely trip through Texas New Mexico and Arizona Ho will remain In Los Angeles several days and will then proceed north American Surgical Trade Association Chicago Oct 20 Advance In the cost of surgical Instruments and artl flclal limbs is exp ted to result from the meeting of the American Surgical Trade association which opened in tits city Delegates arc prescpt from sections Bank Did Not Open For Business San Francisco Oct 20As a result the failure In Mexico City ofthe International Bank and Trust Co of America the branch of that bank ic ilia city did cot open for business Monday CANADIANS ARE SORE Unfavorable Comments on the Ala ka I Commission Decision Ottawa OcU tUlbe general opin ion is that Canada will have to make the Lost of iutn the Alaska dwitslorti It is declared iJat Jl is another lesson In suit rellijncnaiicl eonxwiuently peo+ PIP are already how lung It will take to build a railway to the Yukon and how niuclHlt will cost Many speuk strongly on thin subject and recite Instances where Canada has had to vciiaf i yolitely called 811rCIIIIJW lfoma the Canadian commis sioners In rQlIlnfto sign the award will bo endorsed jt Is considered a troublouMiuestIonj well rid of When railway subsidies were under discussion Tuesday night Col Hughes suggested that an alt Cana dian road bo built to the Yukon from the Pacific Sir mUted Laurlor the premier ropJied that Canada would have to dp this now that tho award lied gone against her In tho Alaska boundary controversy Mr Courley in a rather low tone said that Canada would have to try to get back the territory that Is lost There was a cry and that ended the discussion Toronto Oct SliDlscusalng the Alaskan boundary decision the Tele gram Independent says Tho Alaskan boundary controversy has ended jus as all controversy In which British diplomacy plays a part must end In victory for a counrty that Is unscrupulous enough to claim everything and earning enough to trade on tho Kngllsh good jylll that would sac rifice anything rather thanfleop open a cause of difference with the United StatesThe Witness liberal says editori ally a Ever since thoAlaska boundary dlf faron co camo to the fore our convic thou hat been Uta would substantially tote h Lease When the United States ffcnSCTited to submission of the quest tea joint high com mission It wWrllh tho certainty that she could oat IDse an assurance unl versally exprotiedt gnat she would gain It was iw Igrtain WI any human question could J o tJlat no cotnmiftalon era appointed hy the Unite States would go backtB their country having voted to wteHflcV Sfcagway and Dyea To make aburahofc doubly nos the president acriflro4hLi dlgulty hy se lIwUlI4I tlee wtte ttItftItJeo ready publicly and determinedly com pitted themselves Montreal Oct 211n Patrle time organ of J I Tarto exminister of pub lie works says editorially about tha Alaskan decision Canada should never have agreed to settle the question except liy arbi ration whero one country appoints representatives mill tho other country represents and these nn umpire The manner In which tho latter was settled was proposed to Canada In 1809 and then Laurlor refused It Six months ngo ho accepted the same proposition Why was that ANDREW CARNEGIE The Freedom of the City of Limerick Given to Him Limerick Ire Oct 21Tho free dom of this elfas given to Andrew Carnegie Tuesday Itofurrlng In a speech to emigration Mr Carnegie said that Ireland Toy In this respect Is Americas gain He looked for the day he continued when the United States and Canada would havo a population of S50000noO and with tho British Isles would twin one nation We are an English speaking people ho said and wo are aliens to the nations of Kuropo Subse fluently Mr Carnegie laid the foundation stone of a library T THE MCLEAN MACHINE GUN It Showed a Speed Fire of About 900 Shots Per Minute Cleveland 0 Oct 2hLieut Jo seph H Ilohrbacher engineer of ord nance detailed by tho United States navy witnessed a firing exhibition of tho McClenn machine guns for musket ammunition and a machine gftli tot onopounder ammunition also a long iccoll test of the United StaUw H pounder high power gun on tho Urle street pier hero Tuesday In tho ex hibition a seven mlllinotro machine gun showed a speed of lire of nbou 800 shots per minute Extra Session oT Congress Called Washington Oct 21Te president Tuesday issued a proclamation calling the 58th congress In extraordinary sus hlomoii November 9 at 12 oclock Tine proclamation states that the purpose of time session Is to consider the commercial eonvontiol between the Unit ed States and Canada which requires the approval of congress New Canadian Railroad Ottawa Oct lTlm National TransContinental inlbvay bill was rend a third time In tho senate Tu i day sad passed Tbo bill provldea for a now railroad from the Atlantic to Iho Pacific through tho iiguUural districts of Northern Canada Assumes the Title of Rear Admiral Washington Ort 21frldut Royal BrndfoM letifiqulshod tie Jidminls tratlon of tho bureau of equipment rand repair of tho navy department Tuesday Cud was succeeded by Capt Gee A Converse who now assumes the title of rear admiral Recoprlcity With Canada Detroit Mich Oct 21llho Detroit board of commerce at a general meet ing Tuesday night adopted a resole tlun favoring Canadian nHproclty and ulltIe STRUCK ON A REEF Stcninoi south Portland Wrecked on Pacific Coast The Vessel Carried a Crew of 22 Med and 17 PassengersOf These 13 of the Crew and Four Passengers Reached the Shore Mnralifleld Ore Oct 21 w Tao steamer South Portland which called from Iortland Ore last Sunday load ca with whent for San Francisco stuck on Blanco Reef Monday even tug at 6 oclock during a heavy fog Tho vessel carried a crow of 22 and 17 passengers Of those 13 of the crew and four passengers succeeded 111 teaching shore Charles Huzon the first engineer died an they were talIing him off time life raft of Twentyone persons are yet missing and are probably lost The South Portland struck uuttom going at a speed of about seven knots As soon as striking she began to settle astern and In a minute or two slid off the reef mud began to sink Capt Mclnlyri seeing that there was no hope of saving Iho ship speedily had the boats lowered One of the boats got away from the ships side loaded with part of the crew and some of the passengers was capsized as soon as It cleared the ships side and whet last seen was floating away In time fog with out a living soul aboard Tho captains boat with about 18 aboard succeeded In clearing but was also capsized and only seven were nblu to got back to the boat They consist ed of Capt Jamas Mclntyre John Ilel mor Knmnuol Pazomlnls W L Wll son I Baker Guy Bent anti AI Bailey They reached Port Orford Monday night A life boat on which tho follow ing embarked succeeded In reaching shoro Tuesday afternoon Charles Bruce flist officer James Ward chief engineer T PUottl soc and assistant engineer John llcKown oiler J Driscoll oiler W Hughes fjrcmnn W HoberUon fireman Jas Atwood seaman II Weber J It Johnson seaman and Charles Huzon the first assistant engineer The survivors suffered much from exposure and Caul Mclntyre Is con fined to his bed- PENNYLdA+ A 1mLDUG It Will Be Erected on Worlds Fair Grounds at 3 Ccst of 73000 Harrisburg Pa Oct 21The Penn sylvania commission to tho St Louts exposition met with Coy Pennypacker TmusdaLAPennsylvania building on a prominent drive close to the Arkansas Connect cut und Indiana buildings The average cost of the state buildings on tho ground will be 35000 but Pennsylva nias building will cost 73000 August 20 will be observed as Penn sylvania day It being the anniversary of the hattle of Fallen Timbers whet Gen Wayne a Pennsylvania achiev eth a great victory George Oliver of Pittsburg chair moan of the committee on manufactur ors submitted a list of manufacturers who will exhibit from this state over too In number ow = PLEADEDIGUIL TV ExDeputy Surveyor Indicted For Embezzlement Plttsburs Ia Oct 21lit the Unit ed Stuns district court Tuesday L N Rose pleaded guilty to an Indictment fur embezzling moneys of the United states Hogs la time former deputy sur iyor of tlie port who on September II took a pacWhg of money front thus mulct of tho collector of the port to ho shipped to tho subtreasury In Pallu dilphla and fulled to ship a portion of the amount In tho package The pack agr contained 3000 and when reedy ed in Philadelphia GDO was missing Bore his arrest It Is said Ross tins made restitution to the government NATURALIZATION FRAUDS Ten Indictments in All Returned Against Capt Boyd St Louis Oct 21It was learned Tuesday night that ten Indictments In ill led been returned by tho federal trand jury ngnlnttt Capt Boyd Nine of them chargo him with aiding and abetting naturalization frauds The other charged perjury Each Indict nont contains from three to five ountf Capt Boyd appeared before Ketlernl JudgO Adams late Tuesday Mud entered d plea of not guilty to the charges Ho gave bond In the sun of J 10001 John Philip Sousa Injured Washington Oct 27Johd Philip Sousii the bandmaster was thrown from ids horsy while riding In time city Tuesday Ho roll on his haul and s7lio unconscious for a few minutes was not seriously hurt His physi clam expctced htm out again In a week The President Will Vote Washington Oct 21The president umounccd his Intention of going to Oyster Hay to cast hIt vote on elec thin tiny lie and Secretary Ioeb who also votes In Oyster Day will leave Washington probably on the morning of November 3 An Eight Thousand Mile Walk Mlddletown N1r Qct 21C K Norris reached h5R1lIcdcIn after nn fono mile walk l Francisco rvdertukcn to euro coiuumptlou lie on August 8 lfl and followed I11ltHllIroaJ ns far as possible r er S Q 4aOv Gs4 Q Qa ioaaaa s c 1 oa ioravQ cgs sas a sluri T STATE NEWS PICKUPS 4 4 Jit + 0 4P M- tsaD84ro3oafraat4bG10C Jb Ca0i0tO 80aa ayG3 bGtt O SOlG Itf A STRANGE OOINCIDENCE Death Believed to Have Been Presaged By Crushing of Picture 14xtn ton Ky Oct IDrHenry SchWnrti 23 was killed at Unrgin Wyi Saturday nlgnt while trying to board ft southbound freight train He lived at 718 Central avenue Newport Ky and wns In company with Robert Weaver also of that city when he met death Both are machinists and were trying to get south In search of employmentNewport Ky Oct 19Schwnrt1 and Weaver left Newport on last Wednesday He was a widower and had been making his home with hIs father Joseph Swartz tho wellknown car penter A curious and remarkable Incident In connection with Schrattzs death was related by a younger brother when the latter called nt police head quarters Sunday night In search of definite Information of Henrys death Ho related that on Saturday afternoon a picture of tie deceased hanging III tho parlor at the home toll to the floor with a crash breaking the frame and glass to pieces Examination showed that the Ole by which It was suspend ed had parted from ago and decay anl that nothing lied struck or jarred the picture as was at first supposed Mr Schwartz stated that ho Imme diately remarked that something hind happened to Henry and this opinion was at once shared In by Iho rest of the family rho railing of the picture was refer ted to several time during the oven ing and tic entire family seemed to look upon the Incident as a forewarn ing of bad news to come about the ah tent on and it seems that their worst feats were fully realized TWO CLAIMANTS Clash Over Selection of a Candidate Succeed Congressman Boretng Frankfurt Ky Oct 20 Delegations from the two conventions held by the mJh IJU1Q9n proswonaT district arrived here Monday and certified to the secretary ot state the unities of Dr W Godfrey Hunter and of Mr D C Edwards of Laurel county for places on theoffl clal ballot to be arranged for the elec ion of November 10 at which the sue ceisor of the late Congressman Born lug Is to be selected Both delegations claimed the log cabin device of the republican party and each em pluyod counsel democratic lawyers tu apjioar before the secretary of stale Tuesday and present their claims to that device Decision of the question by the secretary of slat must be made Tuesday as It Is tie last day under the Kentucky statutiw for certifying thin nmtnKeniMit of thn ballot to various entity clerics In the 11th district Jack England Arrested llutuieltvilln Ky Oct 20A war rant has been Issum for Jack England He Is ciargad with Implication In the murder of young Robert Anderson who vat found on UIB roadside with a bullet hole In his head and his hotly badly bruised Other warrants may be Issued and the kitting has caused a sensation His Body Was Badly Mangled OweD boru Ky Oct 20 Hurrlnon LcmmotN the IDyearold sou of Cal viII W Lemma was crushed to death by a Ijondeieon route froigh trar The boV was Hanging on a step of it box laliIl1I1 lip lout his hold mud Ml under the whotla His head and both legs worn cut untlrely off Two Boys Run Off to the Klondike ivrprstinrg Ky Oct 17 Howard Hojs aud Louis tallies the two lajls who ran away front home holt have been located at Seattle Wash preparing to still for the Klondike Their pa tits will make no attempt to bring thorn bnek w Came Very Near Being Strung Up Lexington Ky Oct OThe lynch lag of two white men was narrowly averted Monday night on the Elmcn dorf farm of James n Haggln by a gang of Italian laborers The tlriioly arrival of time ofllcors prevented tie tragedy Edwards Nominated For Congress London Ky Oct O1he republic an conhreesloal convention adjourn ed from MMdlQsboro to this placb Saturday night was convened at 1 10 courthouse at 9 oclock Monday morn lug aril at 1030 had unanimously nominated D C Edwards for congress Are Ready to Prevent Trouble Kervll Ky Oct ItlNgroos lien have threatened to kill Crockett Chll1 dress He Is the boy who was shot by Torn Hall colored After the shooting Hall was lynched The white citi zens are prepared to resist any at tempt on the lire of young Chlldrcas Fine Residence Destroyed By Fire Versailles Iyf Oct 20rho hand some country home of J W Newman a wealthy And prominent Vursalliei biiiiness man and farmer and the duct ocratic candidate for the legislature was burned to the ground Tho fur nltnre of three rooms was saved Jockey Killed During a Quarrel Paducah Ky Oct 2nA quarrel in r local gambling room resulted In Will Nutty a jockey being shot and killed by Willis Mount who six veaks ago killed a Negro and was exonerated Mount was placed under arrest r i COLORED MAN LYNCHED 1 j iccr A Mob of 25 Strung HliUp For Shoot ing a White Boy imJucali KV tTit717TwontynVa- masked men overpowered Jailer Tay lor Dulworth of Ballard county at Ickllfte early Friday arid took Tom Hell alias Doh Douglass colored item jail and hanged him to a tree The mob then quietly dispersed Hall shot Crockett Chlldress a white boy In n miniature race war at Kevll station last Sunday In the light Hall was also wounded Chlldress P still alive but probably will die Hall died protesting his innocence The usual vcr diet was rendered Hall was confined here for safekeeping until TllI dv- when he was taken to AVIckllffe for hearing n COLONIZATION OF NEGROES Opposition to a Permanent Army Post at West Point Ky Frankfurt Ky Oct ia Opposition to tho location 01 a permanent army post West Point In Harlan county has developed In on unexpected way The farmers of HardIn county are vIa lently opposed to having the post nail are getting up a monster petition against It The farmers urge that their fruit and fowls are foraged upon by the soldiers and besides their conS gressional district which Is now demo cratic might he affected If several regiments of Negroes should be quar tered there for a year and allowed to vote It is said the farmers have in terested all the democratic politicians in the matter and a determined fight will be made against the establishment of tho post at West Point FOR REELECTION Democrats Nominate Callahan For Sheriff and Spencer For Jailer Lexln8tormIi Oct fbId Calla han sheriff of lireathltt county has been nominated by the democrats for reelection and William Spet the- MT TraFCiitJffTIerT hattl olTnomTnatedlfir reelection Callahan gained unpleas ant notoriety In the Breathitt feuds Spencer Is Curt Jetts uncle Chas Terry the republican nominee for sheriff also opposed Callahan at tho last election which was conducted so fraudulently on both sides that the courts decided that no election fur those offices were held City Clerk Run Down By a Horse Columbus 0 Oct 19Jrank Co salt city clerk of Newport Ky was knocked down and run over by a horse and carriage bore Sunday and receiv ed painful hat not serious Injuries Mr Covalt who was visiting friends here started across Broad street and railed to dodge a horse driver rapidly I by a woman A Mayor in Police Court I Bowling Green Ky Oct 17Mayon Prank L Klstcr appeared In the novel role of haying to answer a charge in I the police court Friday morning Sum sons wero Issued against him and other prominent citizens They an charged with having hog pens on their premise which is a violation of a clly laver Divorced1 and Immediately Married Newport Ky Oct Wn unusual record was made in the way of dl vOrco and marriages Monday A cou phjehadino more than been released ruin the matrimonial oke than they made hasto to a squires office to bo royokcd but with different partners G D parka and Miss Lucy Haines are the parties Declares Alleged Defaulter Insane Louisville Ky Oct iAlberL L German alleged defaulting clerk of tho Third national bank was adjudged Insane Friday morning by a jury in the federal court He will be taken to Washington D C German was charg Iocl with a shortage III his accounts of between 20000 and 30000 Mother Dead and Children Sick Newport Ky Oct 19Mrs Susan White whoso hone was In this city died of typhoid fever at St Elizabeths hospital In Covington tier death oc curred just three weeks after her hus baud funeral Her two children are sIck of the same disease Two Policemen Arrested Newport Ky Oct 19 Patrolmen Fltzslmmons and Sheran of tho New port police were placed under arrest for alleged breath of the peace by Con stable Hairy Park at police rollcall Sunday evening They are charged with assault 7000I fl I Stewart of this city sold to Dick Wit son of Itushvllle TOIl the 5yearold i mare Miss OilY by Ashland Wllkeg out of a Nutwood mare for 7000 This mare worked a mile in 203 Double Header Freight Train Wreck Murray ky Oct OA doublo heftier freight train bound for Padu can from Memphis was wrecked just south of tho depot by running Into an open switch Tho two engines wero badly damaged and a score ot cars were demolished The Federal Court Is In Session Coviiistou Ky Oct 20The Octo her term of tho federal court wait convened by Jiid p Cocbran Monday gchI FI d- L1tu N BREATHITT NEWS Y J WISE HAO1NS Editor r Frhlny October 20 1003 Y ANNOUNCEMENT t r We are authorized to announce M C BAILEY as a candidate for the olHee of Jailer of Breathilt county subject to the ac tlou of the voters of Dreathitt county at the November election 1903 l We areoutliorized to announce tSYLVESTER HOWARD as a candidate office of Jailer of Breathltt County subject to the action of the voters of Breathitt County at the November Election 1 1903 We are authorized announce LYONaof Beattyvllle ai a for Sen ator to represent the 29th District composed of the counties of Madison Estill Powell and Lee subject to the action of the Democratic party n r JOHN D WHITE Cavuy r Room 003 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will practice In State and U S Courts Buys and sells teal Estate Keeps good list of Farms at fair prices Spe cial attention given to Oil Coal and Timber land Reports values on ape plication Director for the New Era Land Company ff Circulation more than FOURTEEN HUNDRED topics WE will accept advertisements on n guarantee that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Breathitt County of any paper published LAW AND ORDER TICKET For Circuit Court Clerk A L HAGINS For Sheriff CHARLES TERRY For Jailer- SYLVESTER HOWARD RALLY around the standard of right and vote for H gins Tarry and Howard I LET us ahow the world that we do not endorse lawleaneaa by elect lug Terry Ilagins and Howard WilY did not Miller and hii committee call a convention to nominate candidates for the county offices 1 Were they afraid the people would turn down thei special favorites 1J IF YOU endorse high taxes thousand dollar salaries for count offices and the reign of lawlessness hero for the past two years then vote for the Midnight Ticket Do you want your public roe ords preserved i Jo you want honest men foi your juries offenders arrestedand law and order enforced 1 Do you want prisoners kept jail when sent there 1 If so then vote for Ilagins Terry and Howard now TILEMIGIITY FALL BEHOLD the spectacle of Miller and fire of his committee nomi nating a ticket for the County Offices near the hour of midnight of the lust day that names could he placed on the ballot line the party under the leadership of Miller arid his commit tee come to this in two years that they daro pot give the people a chance to hold a convention to select their own pfhcers but Miller and live of his committeesix in allassembled in a lonely hull long after the honest yoemanrv of the county had retired and in the company of the bats owls and other midnighUmaratiders name a Midnight Ticket for tJte Den ocrats to support- Is THIS DKMOCUACV l Dons any Democrat feel obligated to support this Midnight Ticket A CIUCUIT JPDOK a Commonwealths Attorney a Circuit Clerk- a Sheriff and Jailer are to be elect ledTin this county at the Novem ber election Da these officers will depend n u the execution of the law in this county ale to tho candidates for Circuit Jnclgo and Common wealths Attorney they are all good men fthd are in favor of ox ecuting the law But there are two sets jof candidates for the countyofHooJ one nomc inatod by Miller nd his Committee and the othor by tho people in convention naramblcd Wo ask if careful compnriion of Millers nominees with tho peoples matinees candidate for candidate and vote for the otto you think would best servo the public inter ests A L Ilngins is now your Circuit Clerk You can judge how he will servo you in the future by the way he haa served you in the past while Will D Back hs op ponent is accused by some of being rather wiggly Charles Terry and Ed Callahan have each served you two years Callahan tho Init two years and Terry the two immediately pro ceding Compare their records and vote for the ono you think will be the best conservator of the peaceMr Spencer line served you two years as jailor If you think Syl vester Howard will perform theI duties of jailor better than Sperm cer it is your duty to vote for HowardIn opinion it will make n great deal of difference to tho people of this county which one of tho County Tickets is elected ed The Miller or Midnight Ticket represents high taxes high salaries and all that is bad in pot tics while tho Peoples Ticket stands for time best interest of all the people of the county Vote for Hagins Terryand Howard TilE Officers of Election ought to be the bust men of the county for they have a sacred duty to perform that of receiving and counting tho votes of their neigh bors and follow citizens The punishment for violations of the law in this particular is as follows SEJ1 ION laou officer nf election shall do any vteeUuntturiiig on election day nor dlgahne nt nor time tu any pursun the name of any candidate for irhaift any elector hits voted No periuii whatever shall do any election eering on oleulioii claywtthin ass pulling place or within fifty feet there of 0 0 s No voter shall place any murk upon his ballot or suf fer or permit any other person to du so by which it may be nfterwnnlc identified na the one voted by him Whoever sliijll violate any provision of iliU section ohnll on conviction be fimd not lest than twenty 320 or more limn lire hundred U500Ilolhlrs or imprisoned ma leis than ten 10 days or more thnn six G months or bOlhJiO lliitnltuiil Imprisoned at tilt discretion of the jury SEUT1ON IItIf any person belrg an ufllcerof the election or otherwise entitled to the Inspection of the ballot or challengers shall reveal to any other person how any elector has voted or what oilier uumlidutos were vo ted for on guy ballot hearing a nome not printed thereon or give any information concerning tie appear 1IIncu of nay bnllut voted such n person so olTaiiil MK xlmll be Riillty of n felony aid tin conviction shall be Imprisoned in the peniionlinry riot lets than twii nor mural than five years SKOTION 112 Any ofTlcer or other person who shnll willfully alter oblitorntn or willfully secrete sup press or tlellriJLthe certified poll book return or curt onto of mi ales lieu Willfully and uiitm fully niter the pjllbuok befisftJ It Is certified or any officer who shall pinko or aid In making I or authorize the miiklnii uji of nny fulfe or fraudulent poll book or certifi- Cate of an election or election return shall be deemed Kilty of forgery be In the penitentiary from one to five years forfeit any office ho then holds and be disqualified from ever holding any office SlJOUON 149 Any person who by himself or In aid of others shall forcibly break up or prevent or nth tempt to break up or prevent theb lawful holding of an election or eu ub struct or attempt to obstruct the some or so prevent or attempt to prevent nt nny qualified voter from giving IQs vote shall be fined from fifty to five 3 hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than one year If there are any of the officers or citizens who are disposed to vi olate the election law we gest to them that a Circuit JudgoJ will be elected who will not ap point one of the chief conspirators foreman of the Grand Jury TCl believe either Judge Riddell or Judge Blakoyoneof whom must bo our next Circuit Judge would discharge any offender who might bychance get on the juryand order the sheriff to summon anotherThe custom in this county is going to change Good men aroI going to be selected for jurymen who will not ask certain people who ought not to be indicted Truth and justice is mighty and will prevail no matter which ono of the nominees shall be elect ed Circuit Judge The names of the offenders will be taken on the ground at each precinct on the dayof election together with n list of witnesses to be brought before the grand jury The good people of Breathitt county are getting tired of hav ing their votes stolen year after year and now is a good time to put a stop to it We are fortunate in having two such good and able men as our nominees for Circuit Judge both of whom are pledged to the correction of tho lawlessness nowpre valent in our district both of i whom have the courage to stand- byI their convictions Funeral Services The funeral ol Mrs Sally Graft will be conducted at the family graveyard near John Drafts on Qiicksnnd on Sunday October 25 by Revs Lewis Gaudill Campbell Grift mind others Everybody invited The funerals of Mrs Dira Hensley and Miss Cora Dlanton daughters of Fudge nnd Mrs W II Hlnnton were conducted at the groves on Mnrcum Heights last Sunday n week ago by Revs M W Miner of this place and Rev 0 WI Pugh of Stevenson nnd Wm and James DavU of Neolu Do Goodit Pays A Chicago man lies observed that Good deeds are better than real estate deeds some of the latter art worthless Act kindly and show sympathy and lend a hand You cannot possibly lose it Must men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more then substantial help There era persons in this community who might truthfully say Mr good friend cheer up A tow doses Chamberlain Cough Remedy will rid you of your void and there is no danger whatever from pnuutiMHiu whin yru use that medicine h always cures I know it fur it has helped me out many n time Fur sale by DAY fins Co = SESHSHSHSHSEEHSHSHSHSHSeSHSHHESESHSHEHSHSfSHSc- FLOYD6 DAY President J SAMUEL HEAD JR flashie- rFIJIUWlfOUDrn Vice President 97 ROBTVANAUSDALL Unsb m JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentuckym Paid up Capital 1500000 Surplus 105000 AVe solicit tho Banking Business and accounts of i Lumber Manufacturers i Timber Dealers Business Men- Merchantsi v t Farmers l furor haat Eutjra ICjatiucy and ofjr our natouiers tho mos LIBERAL TERMSWithin the limins of legitimate btisiuoss SPECIALTY s I C V rCORRESPONDENCE II Front This and Surrounding Counties by our Special LCorrespondents ft JiI a I Ir y = BOER Tom Sewell formerly 6no of Boxer most promlnent ylmng scclety then to the regret of Runny left us to of a student In the K WAntC- omJltonK A new postoffico hat been established a Vim Cleave Station bn the 0 K Knllroad two miles from Knxcr with 11 Kash M postmaster Miss Carolina Sewell went to Jackson Saturday on business Copt George Mays was n of Tom and Ed Sewell Saturday nl htIIThe twelveyearold daughter of Ill Bilker Ii quite ill at this writ lugsMessrs John Mays Turn Stewart Will Mays and Geo Mays were all smiles Sunday being In the presence the beautiful belles of Boxer Nathan HoUon and wife gave nn applecutting to the buys and girls Monday night Sam Hash passed through here last week enroute to Mt Sterling with n drove of cattle for W R Day Cnpt W L Hunt of Campton was In these parts last week collecting rents Boxer Is a living place with flatter lug piospect of In being more alive in the near future Messrs Caesar and Hannibal Hurst lire soon to become full fledged citizens of Boxer They are here nov superintending the construction of a store house which they are having erected nt this place T P Swell pout office keeper mite chant and political adviser went oed luckftnu Tuesday to attend the Itepub lican speaking- Jnlut Mays It the most bashful bus In town la the given opinion of the girl who failed to see him Sunday Married Thursday October 16th at the home of tho bride Mr Wm Lock ard to Miss Manervia Oaks Rev W J linker officiating The groom Is nn industrious ton of toil and with smiles of prosperty blooming theta ve see no reason wily they should not happily together live In ease and enjoy the tweets of a married life in its fullness TORRENT Our minister ffev Morton of Louis ville who has been vUitlngat his home for several weeks returned hero week Ills mother accompanied him on n short visit to the scene of sons labor Mrs Lull Rusiel of Clay City has been visiting her parents Mr and Mr Geo Sprndling of Ridgewood Mm W A Jones of Rldgewood Junction gave a social last Saturday In honer or Miss LtIJ Barnes of Lick Ky A good crowd of youngsters was In attendance and fun nnd frolic was the order of the hour Miis Lily Darnel ot Salt Lick re turned home Thursday after t a week visiting her brother Mr Leon ard Barnes of Rldgewood Junction Mr Duck Gilley of Rldgewood Junc lion has removed his family to Lex nglon lila wife and sister Joined at that place last week Miss Mallle Adapts of Zachurinh has been visiting friends at Hazel Green Ky portlnndiIgband Green Vanderpool of Rldgewood Junction was taken to Campion last Tuesday and tried on a charge of lun fIICY He was Judged Insane end ordered token to asylum In Lexington Mr Vanderpool was an exemplary father and an upright citizens and his unfortunate condition Is certainly do piorable to make things worse lie has a large family of young children Mrs Ella Ashley Mrs Kate Farshej amfMistLfly Barnes were visiting al Ridgewood Ittt Wednesday Mr Carl Ashley of Elkatawa Ky l T1E BREAD MAKER has no fears of the result when using Mansfields Flour 1 Ita white and tae the natural n and flavor of the wheat berry Makes J better whiter healthier bread 1you have been using because it n milled from the belt wheat and milled IIIn time right way on time best equipped flour mill In Kentucky PATENTIIfiwill be more convincing than a barrel IIof words Ask your grocer for it 11 C MANSFIELD SON i SOSffcYN XY was visiting hliJparmiU at Itiilgetvood Junction lust Friday and Soturdnj Master Luonanl Adams son of It U Adams of Xiiclmrlah is seriously III typhoid fever Mr E I Myera gore n social lust Monday night Nuys and girls will gn to Dociitl It seems If nut to ctnrcli itnpni Mrs Mary Adam Is very low with lever hisses Dora and hue i Gnmpbdll vii iced Mss Cattle Gentry near Klncimlo Week Mr Tommy Dull hind n line horsy from him at litg Andy Church ist Sunday Miss Etta Carroll visited Miss Mary Willman Sunday Mss Viola Booth visited Miss Motile Whitman Sunday A large crowd from campion attend ed church at Illg Andy nlldl1Yi oavH ouo mm vv There IK a great excitement now pru vailltri here over the sudden mister bus disappearing of Mr T Wenlz a- very prominent Stuck Holder nnd Manager over the Virginia Coil and- Iron Company o Wise cointy neat Bigstonu UnpLnit Thursday morning ing Mr Ventv had hU horse saddled nnd started on u trip to Guest rtver near Uise G II Va where they own n very largo boundary of fine coal lands and In the evening of tame dims his horse was found loose near Kelly View itbout halfway of where he start The company and his brother put out n hang reward for nay clue to his whereabouts But nothing yet found out nbjut where he U t or wheat has become of him It Is feared that a band of robbers or kidnappers lies him in custody or leas foully murdered nnd hill his body Duck Hodge n citizen t f Pigeon Pork near hero bent nnd killed one of his little buys The authorities put him PUIeBOBBINS School is nut holding this week the teacher Jnmes L Moore It sick at ldi home in Jackson We will probably have anew preach er next month Our Sunday ScJjouUs doing splendi hyIIlnrtIIUtWe are having some pheumontn fever In our camp but most of them Is Im provingG Evenole of Hanging Itock was visiting his dntfghter Mrs Dr Doggs Saturday and Sunday he brought Mum IItcr Lisle home Mrs Hoggs brother sister of Hazard have also been visiting her Mrs Fraik Gobbs mother canto over last week and will stay with her dangle ter n few week 1llumbor ill gating along lie with his luggingitlcbard lijgc acorpteo Ilumers position ni conductor on the lumber train 11III Miller id In Winchester this week again under treatment of n physician I Uncle Jack Grcech brought some nice Icrgd turnips to our camps tim other day- Miss Cora Ilaye has returned from an extensive visit among friends nut relatives A large store bulldlrg Is being ores ted by time K Lk Y Co it wil when completed have a hell for OddFell OoS mini Masons Dave Ilatton was in town yesterday a hog kicked him on the shin from which he Is complaining very much but the doctor said It was not very serious Mri 11 S Gullett has been very tick but Is improving nt present Jus Ward still rides the mill cur riage but he says It Is tot as pleasant as playing croquet r nIt Sterling Court Day About 2500 cuttle on the market the quality was fair and trade brisk Komethlriglhnl no one was expecting ThB best lOOOtt steers sold nt fJ 75 to 3 fl lighter steers at 3 to 3Jcl yearlings at 3j to 3 llelfera at 2 to 3ats suave at 2 to 2j cts Large crowd at the pens nod trade was brisk nll- drat times lively What caused theme prices is hard to tell fat collie art dull and lower no grass mind corn high we can see no reason fur time advance HOUSES AND MULK8 Mules seemed to be easy and u shade lower somn 10 hand mare mules suld at f300 n pair some horse miller about as large nt 127515 hand mules at 120lo U31 15 hnnd nudes at fOOto UIO yearlings at 25 to 40 for small 40 to 50 for good nu fancy for sale horses were n little dull sales of plugs at CO to 175 good horses at 125tll- e 150 no fine horses sold Advocate M 101 Ilngins art now prepared Into furnish some fine pair trios or pens of Iuru bred Cornish Indian Game chickens and White Pekin Ducks at reasonable price It coati no more to keep pure bred owls than Mongrels end they are much moiu profitable Our Indian Game liens weigh rrlll1llx to eight pounds and the roosters from seven to eleven pounds rr jr t1 F4 a tf fA I riw A7rtX 1 Y Day Br6sill cba f t Have the most complete stock of to 04Jl GENERAL l y i J MERCHANDISE tLN Ever brought to Jackson Consisting lof vPsfit 1 l Jr9J dSt fXIIt =1Ii = a 1 r rr 4 JIl I gu1rofiitq2 If J i fI il 1 ilJtI l1fTv ftQ5f t + We have the Finest d Line of SHOES inr I Eastern Kentucky rt 1Our mens shoes are JCtof the Latest Style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy Millinery Goods d r This Department is andtagement of Miss Laura Rawlings who- e can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh + from the Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or f FURNITURE j i tfoj W are the people you are looking for 4 we have it by car loads to suit every body 4 Come and see us our 4 ElllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIITTIIIIIIII 1111111111111111111111111111HUIHNI I = Prices Are All Igr 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiMiwr Q rtfii r 1 l 1 J Day Bros Co i ai u iit 1 4 i c cL I c 0 F iJii J f 1 t itit r et JOIf tWJ jLjAIro Jl x r 1rkt r- c J v I I L j j S PRICES TALK IOUR 5H5H5E saw STOCK OF CLOTHING IS SO 1 THAT WE WERE UNABLE i chin iTO MARK TILE CUT PRICES ON fjALLOUR GOODS IT WILL PAY rOU TO WAIT O KELMANt Id 1 4 Jackson S Kentuclt3ri K Ja f J 10 t rR t d + 1- f1 iL w t J 1 I a H bp A hr r The Breathitt News IMihllHlted Hvcry Irhltiy S2S2S2asI 14552 HAPPENINGS OF IIrr I IN AND AROUND JACKSON C Z55a52SZi22 thhlrFOUllTEBN hundred copies Attend the ImvoU Mlnitfels KKKI uo clllnB at IBM stud 10 cent doze n- Glncolt is quoted at 5 and roper pound If you have any engraving to do fry S D Floenor W A Hampton uf Frozen was In Jackson Monday J W Edwards thin hell sliced han lit 18a pound HirAm Uslley of Lambrloi moved to town leaf week Wm E Oamblll of Howard Creel was here Tuesday If you want a firstclass shave whet In hazard un to D H Snlly Y Provost Minstrels will make the old young and the ugly good looking George Harrison the lumber man of Valley View Is at the Arlington Walter Day and wile of Froze Creek wore here Thursday and Frida John Watti of Viper was here ieveril day this week buying goods II A Lcatty of Ueattyvllle W8S hero several days this week on busl ness Mrs J It MuUn who tiny been Ilok t for several weeks U note to ba out againDont miss the Provost Minstrels It 4willbe worth al to you Price 25o J W Stidlmm and U F Deaton al of Uoievelt were here Wednesday + business Laugh taco hours for twentyflv f cents at the Provost Minstrel Saturday night J U Cox of Columbus Ohio wa o here Thursday to attwud the funeral o MrdOexrr Oapt J D MoLIn and wife of ROil V IHU Va are visiting their son Blair MeLln We have received a cur load of Ka- nawha Salt and are selling save bushel fur 175 OnAis Count Co t jjudxe 0X llinvlin und wife hav gone to housekeeping in 1C A Hurst house on Broadway t J V Palton Post Master at Lam brio was hero on business first of thu week II 0 Uornett want to Kousoau first of the week to look after his score there John Graft and wife of Rouueau vere guests uf Mrs Disney Strong Ort of tho week W J Gibson of Norton Va Is In tho market lor timber lends Write nits what you havea8202m E C KaMt of Frozen salesman In the story of N U Day Co of that place was In Jackson Tuesday Have your eyes tested and fitted by L D f leenor Jeweler and optician Ji Y Redwine who ban been absent for several weeks In the upper coun ties returned Wednesday We keep on hand at ell times a good supply of nlcp fresh meal which we will sell cheap CHAIN COMBS Co W II Glllum Isaac Fugate and Daniel Thompson of Whick were here on business Wednesday See S D Fleenor for all kinds of watches clocks and Jewelry repairing prices reasonable Mr nnd Mrs Ellis Johnson of Ha zel Green are visiting Mrs julbeeli parents Mr and Mri Dr John A TaulbeetWesley Whlttakor our popular ton soral urtlstls in Manchester this week He went on business andnot to hunt squirrels for his friends 1 Edward Slldham son of John Stld hnlnot Hoosevolt was throWn from n wagon near his home last IMulldny and sntlalned serious Injuries about the head 050 will buy a good Elgin or Wuli pant watch of S D Flienor call on him when in need of anything in tho Jewelry ltn Founda wiiiuh near the town uf Jackson 0uer can have same by proving properly and paying for this notice MlcklfJ OlJrlen illas Quebec is registered in the Arlington Mlekie Is ahvuy u vveluome vlrltor to our town UOO to Itinn on good real estate security Jell on or address AlFRKD KoBKItTfl KyIMrs Ilornbrook of Lexington la visiting her sun Mr E A Ilornbrook who is agent of the L E Railway I here Thn Arlington lintel under the flan ugeineiit uf w Ulipioniind his slater t Mies Fitnnlti IM now one of the s hotels III the state Every ona ia lInK a Hood word fur U l You CMti get i llr benlJQiiilr und bL cull at Kdwiiid c son L Piirroll IIIIH iiiruiiu ed a trio uf OiTiUhTiidlmi hums ohlckeimfro 1U M A iUkllgin 1Cill6n JV lJiUvaVil A Son fu1iIt heat meat and IIllIlIleIS 1Gttttlllashetl Uni llnrvey II uo llIIhlerlllId hi hand badly msshid lattTiieidur Turn bred Pokln Duck Cirnlsh III dlun Ifaiita chicken and Itelglan flair for nloby MM HAOIK Jackson Ky 811ccIIII yeFNi1111 Congress has been milled to meet III pccliil session lo consider the pr iufil convention of the Uepubllc of Cub Qimrtrly JMtctliif Quarterly Mejllni will be held nt the Methodist Church hero next Sun dray by tier 12 G II Mnnn presidia elder Net Post Ollleo A new lost Olllce holl been estnU Halted nt Vancleve Station on tho 0 K about two mile from Itoxer S H Knh Is pODtmagtHrJtiirttcd Out The largo store lmn e of T Q John son of Stllhrater Wolfo aunty wa burned lo thin ground Loss 5000 Ineiirunce fSJXX Sold For eiSJo Harrlion Hall has ptuolmstd of G W Fleenor Ills home sad lot on High land avenue nJJuInltii John Deail Uonulderailon 2G 1b utlssed Charles Russell who wal arrestei in Lexinglun last neek charged with rubbing henry Koremuii wasdismUt ed on examlogtruthllny 1ilstor- ctJamesEWolfordof Lancastei conducted servJcoi ot the Depth Church here Sunday He will prob ably be selected as pastor of the Church hero Wnntuil Ve want four or live good men tact as salesmen and collectors for the Singer Mfg Co selling family sewn machines atdjfferent points All corn niI lion work Call on or address Tint SISQER biro Co lOOlw Jackson Ky Gone to OUIalioimi Dr John A TulbOo of this place accompanied by his muUlur Mr Pull Tnulbee of Morgan ottunty left Monday lor Oklahoma where they will visit Dr Tnulheestwo daughters am other relatives In the west Wilsons Foryalc I We have received n car load of tit celebrated Weber Wagons King of All and before you buy elsewhere we would respectfully ask that you cal stiff examine our wnguns Mr N 11 Comb will be pleased to show then to you ut allY time ORt COMBS Cu To Open Hoarding house and Livery Stable John Stidliam of Roosevelt wil move to Jackson next week Into the houae formerly occupied by Alfred Al len It is Ida Intention to conduct n boarding homo and livery stable Wi welcome Mr Stldhum and his family to our town He Learned a Great Truth It Is said of John Wesley that lie once sold to Mistress Wesley Why do you toll that child the Slime thliij over and over nlznin 4 Julio Wesley because once lelllng U not enough It Is for this samo reason that you an told again and ngaln tint Chamber sins Cough Itemed r cures colds and grip that It counteract any tendency of these diseases to result In pneu- moniA and that It is pleasant anti sera to take For sale by Dof Uros Cot Pipo IHcnni An exchnngo anya that Ell Cohen 0 printer and globe trotter Illii fell heir to 406bO left by lib parents and hits been notified tithe sad again uf hale wealth but declines to accept It saying that he has no need fur ItIII things are coiniiiR his way Thi reporter hash tin doubt been makini dailr visits to his fBVitrliH pipe Joint1 A Bargain for Sonus One A nlco small Farm In Lee county for salt Tine Larkin Stamper place ot the head of Hear Creek Nice dwelling god storehouse cribs and barn never railing water well fenced Price rea sonable and terms eny For purlieu lava apply to SAM JETI- Whirheater Kv IRan a Ten Penny Nail Through His Hand While opening n box J C Mount of Time Mlles lillY N Yt ran n tel penny nali riirough tin fleshy putt o his hand I thought at once ofal the pain mid Koran s this would oau me he anys and ImniHiiiaielv al plied OhanilMrliiln1 Ian Iliilm mn tCCnsinnnllynhrSYiUd4 rIII r prise it removed jllmln a a tIInd the injure i part Kr s 1 h For sale lJi Day llroa Co I BRILLIANT AFFAIR Was tho Fnllccnyui Rawllng i AVedtlhiK Last Kvcmne MANY HANDSOME GIFTS Tho wedding rf Miss Laura Rawllngi end Mr Hubert Fullcerson was solem sized liut evening at 830 oclock at Imperial Hotel In the presence of n large assembly of friends and relatives Ihu house was beautifully decorated with evergreens and ferns and on the mantle and strand table were large Jnrdlnlors of cosmos tastefully ar rangedA minutes before 830 the wedding party proceeded down the stair ills Hnttiy Itlrhmund first followed by Mien Haltie MsLIti then came the bride The bridesmaids wore beauti ful toilets of hut sllkmull and car ried boqnets of long stemmed Ohrys nntliemiiing Never did the bride look lovelier than In her wedding gown of white Paris muslin elaborately trimmed In handsome lace her bo qtiel was of white briddt roses Tim wedding party was met at the foul uf the sliilra bj Mr1 Leonlda Radthie und Mr11 Hitter followed by thud brldo und urcum and Rev M W II fner who performed the cere many The grouping under arch formed by the gialrwuy wits very pretty and ef fective After the congratulations which allotted the wedding gifts wern dis lilnjed in the parlor Seldom If ever have such wedding gifts been seen in Jackson Among the many handsome presents were vuvural beautiful pieces of cut glass n large quantity of silver briuat brat chairs and everything In the wny of hundnume presents wai lavished on this happy couple Among those vrhuattended were Mr and Mrs Floyd Day of Wln cheiyrMr and Mrs Waller Day of Frozen Mr Mack Clark of Clay City Mm Uuiibly of CovlnJton Mr and Mrs Ilornbrook Mrs E A Horn brotkof Lexington Mr and Mrs Joe Mend Mr und Mrs Kiish Mr and Mrs Henry Mr and Mrs Win buy Mr and Mm Judge Fleenor Mr and Mrs Thompson Mr and Mrs Blair McLin Mr and Mrs Tom Spencer Dr and Mrs Cash Mr and Mrs Howling Mr andI Mrs Thus Bjwurth Mr John E Patrick L V HedwiiiH Dr Hogg Sam Fleenor Misses Tipton Miss Carrie Day Misses Margaret and Kate Sewell Mss Nettie Combs Miss Emma Clark Miss Hurst Miss Marcuin Mrs Judge Uethvine Miss Hurst of Campion Mr Fletcher Mr Gibson Ouptaln Pick ard Dr and Mrs Stvango Mrs Char ence HaddeuMrand Mrs Judfco Haglns Uili Inlalfoglns Mr rasa Mrs Patton Sera Philips Mrs Bohannan Mrs Lym Capt Mclln and wituof Vi DuyMr Is employed withI tliu Day Bros Co and he Is held 111I high esteem by his employers lie was burn and raised in lee county Va and rail a sots of L D Fttlkerson of lee county who has been Represeno tive uf his cuu nty several times Miss Uiiwling is also em ployed withI Ihe Day Ilros Oj In the Millinery Department of which the has charge had Is one of the best in this part of I tie State She it ocd by all who now her She Is from Covinylon ivy whine she was born and railedI 3he lies been In our city several years riieNicw Joins In wishing them a long ind prosperous lift T M B Mrs H D Cox Dead I Ir Mrs B D Cox died Inst Tuesday norning at the residence of her uncle Dr 15 D Cox in Wolfe county near iiiiMille Site went about three veeks ago to visit her uncle and while pure took sick with fever but the re port had resulted her relatives here hint she wits out of danger but on Monday she took urclnpse and after tWIl hemorrhages she died suddenly lJefllr allY of her relatives from here and line to reach her bedside Boo vas the widow of Dr B D Cox who iVas so foully assassinated here on Vpill 13th 1902 and the daughter of lion and Mrs Thins P Cardwell of his place Slit leaves four small ihildrun leer remains were brought ore Wednesday muring v and lay in title at her residence here till Thurs iuy wines they were followed to tin larch where the funeral services rare conducted by Rev W W low ill of the PresbyteriaiuCUiurch In the iresence ut a large nsltMubly of her friend who lollowed bar remains to tht ouwull burying ground on Mar nun lliighlti where they were laid iiy tlu i idu uf her hiiilmml CHE SICK Boiey 0 nibs little baby Is sick Mr Bruphyg little buy U confined to his tied Buck Wadklns of IJany Creek is oil thtt rick list Will Moores little baby of Elkatawa is very low- Clarence it u lladdens little baby lick with whonplug c ugh Leonard Onli who hits been sick with fever Is Improving IeatherwoodiJs down with typhoid rOr John Smith oi i i Creek who has- tenb yery ulk I IUiauving Kv r ti teak wii 1 in tli hospital II 1 iiui n ttiih f vf Improving j 1 ri tI i n rLIIrIlO I from I i + JHI e ran o see IIK lii er tI U rport him UlUOu uclioi rr IF 1Theof Fashion V 41 The Latest and Best Wb Have Now a Full and Completo 4- u Line of READY TO WAR HATS C o Also Sonia of time rn 0 HANDSOMEST DRESS HATS 0 n ivor810 OIl in Jackson Time Choicrn fi of Notions you will find by Cull a lug on US Before Buying Elsewhere rn fiHESJIWlHrILY III PETERS RAMSEY 1- e JACKSON KENTUCKY ga sa 525Ci22S25252525252525225i Notice I Any person or persons cutting dote Chestnut trees fur the fruit or other wise cttliintj timber or trespassing o the lands of the Kentucky Union Com pany the Golt Land Company tin Georges Branch Gunnel Coal Com pan or the Last Creek Coal Company I Breathitt Perry Powell Lee Wolfe or sillier counties in the State thist they have property In will be indicted for such offenses and prosecuted to tin t extent of the law A S HENRY l AgentG W SKWKLI Fur a pleasant physic take Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy IP take Pleasant in effect Fo sale by DAY Bros Co A Now Finn A P Crawford A F Lyon nit d James Brophy have u oclated themselves together under the firm nllml A P Crawford Co and will rIll general merchandise in the Grawfori Building Oil And the formations which It Is fount dend 25 eta for the Oil Prospector I Guide WI1 FAULKNER Fairfield Iowa Laid tu nest bliss Rosa Little Bird at the home of her father near Ekntiwa lust Satur day night She had been Muk pith fever fo r several weeks but begun to Improve when she had an attack of append eltis which caused her death For Salo Art I have a good fine shorthorn bull muley deep red three years old am desire to sell L PAUUOTT Robbins Ky Gained 40 Pounds in 30 Days For several month our youuge r brohter had been troubled with hull gestlon lie tried several remcdle but rot no benefit from them W purchased some of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablet and he con menced taking them Inside of thirty days he had gained forty pound In fleh Ho is now fully recovered We have a good frndo on the tllulelll11111 Icy Bros Merchants Long Branch Mi For sale by Day Urns Co Secretary of Slate C B Hill hat4 decided that the name of Dr Gudfro r Hunter is the regular Uepubllcai nominee for Congress injhe lieu Die triclt and has ordered his unite pincer under till Lag Cabin device Do you writs letters I Irate thu nicest line of writing Hill aer 111 brought to Jackson Cull examine H n Fleenor- I itobbcdlu lacUson Mr A G Comb n prominent farm of Hlndman who lea Iter and log man week ego for the Blue Grass region ti of mlleg lie went t u buy a span Jaeknon and put up at a hotel Nex morning Mr Combs on examination found that he had been relieved of hi pocketbook containing 770 Some on had entered hue room doiini the nigh Lex Herald We visited some of tin lintel niu have failed to find hlrfiiainio the ref later We lusts Jiit Ieeutrd W Ish bedstead lltllirlIlaifH 11 churii all iztnad rtA fS shun n reipecllully Invite time nlillcti O III and exainln Price nrtV iihcap Oral 0tnb 0 Cone and Timber Land Wantuil Wanted on hundjr f tjiui ofeoiainad limber 1IIIIIIit lu us Kentucky fr AsnttEntera apt tilisiaIlnII Ic t It rr 0 To tho Voters Itthmrtt Ju clal District4 lam ihf 1111i Uwlll ad C in tiJi III lit U Do Itt I 1 0t- u tt leas illy Wild IMgtniiaItcturn After an absence a mnro than qunrtcr of a century wild pigeon Imvvviignin returned to the mountain IIof Fat lern Kentucky Fur the imst hlt days large Mucks have been feet 011 the L fc K headed in this direction IIHIIIIItcII Shouting It lit reported here that Dr llarlai Stamper was shot lit Hazel Green las Wednesday evening Thi particular could not be learned Stamper cannot live n Fleenor lint just received the IS t line of 1847 Rogers Bros SIlvii Jaeksanconslatrand nouvenler spoons Call and exams lee them A Close Call The little baby of James Oaborn hud n narrow escape from death las I Friday It got hold of a bottle ul patent medicine and drank its con lents and laud It not been fur the help of the doctors that arrived It would have died Still people wil bu dIIIIY old patent medicine that come nlnlg FARMS FOR SALE We have for sale many deflrahl arms in Central Kentucky epecinJI n Morion and adjuinipg cooniiei These farms range in acreage from 50 to 5oo Acres anti in prices from lo to 60 Per Acre Some of these places art Rich Blu Grass Farm end others River an Creek Bottom lands We have excellent facilities for hnn iii these farmland would be glad II show them to those who are Interests =If you are thinking of going to Oklahoma Texas Arkan sas or to the West in Search of a Home inIu States We are Ina position to obtain tin very lowest railroad rates staid along with you and show you nayai taese eantrieeourcnrrespnndeoce l will 1 ate our prompt it tutu iun Central Ky llealEstnte Co- Lebulon Ky R E Yotxo Secretary nnd Treasurer lo25 VKOFfiSSIOXAL CAHDSif r IJ WISE UOI IrOX hiiLtxo I IIAGIS OWLl + 1J 4 ATTOUNEYSA LAV- i over PosiOfllco IrIBOS KBSTUC X31 All busitie i intrusted Inthlll will lecelve nd careful at J lentlonrr lTUOS T muttn A H PATTOS IIJACKSON KEKTUOK I i J y = ccuc = I SitaTYffnnrmnnnifnnnl1y11ny 11111L EL C g gLAWYER 1 it gWlll11rllctice r KENTUCKY i- I In Breathitt and = = Mug iflln Counties = t Mil IIUWW W UUW WillUUUW1I11IIt John Dean I Stone MasonI t Foundations I i Stones f- ij Pillars RAILROAD TABLES rt Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective October 17 1903 East BoundNo No 4 Dall Daly ei Sundily Ex Sunday PM AM Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 810 825 Clay Oily 360 918 Stanton 406 023 Natural Bridge 435 054 Torrent 449 1008 Beattyville Jun 511 fO20 O tc K June 611 1126 Ar Jackson 615 1130 i West Pound I 3DallyEx Sunday Ex Sunday AM PN Ar Lexington 1010 005 Winchester 923 520 Clay Oily 837 439 Stanton 828 430 Natural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 817 r Beattyville Jun 720 326 0 K function 629 2 30 Jackson 625 225 Nos 3 and 4 make clove connection for Oanuel City and points on Ohio Kentucky Hallway Division daily ex SundayNos 2 connect at L E Juno lion with Chesapeake Ohio for Mt St polnlsNOB at Beatty villa Junction with L A for Beatty I ville dally SundayJ Gen Mgr OIIAS SCOTT G P A O K RY Kffucllve Septem er 1 1002 Gout Bound West Bound C 0cXB mq STATIONSam a F4 a41 g+ H SSA- M An IM AH AM LV PM IV 930 235 Jackson 1120 830 t 025 230 0 K June 1120 385 843 158 Wilhurst 1152 417 830 152 Hampton 1158 430 7BO 128 Lee Oily 1222 6ilO 741 122 Helechowa 1228 518 715 105 Cannel City 1245 545 AM LV PM LV Pit AR PM AR Westbound Passenger Train connects at X K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am Eastbound PaMnngor Train connect rat U K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lex I ington at 005 pm M L COVLKY Supt w S252525252S2S25252S25525252S2521 rn HANANTIle Best E3HOEIEBTCE B = oyr Agn Siray Use an alarm clock notwhyat iJiisupNo never tried one but once j W was that Vc1Iou see the first time it went oil I didAt exactly know what it A and no I Mid O for heavens tune Maria hut up Maria happened to bo awake iniL roll that U noW wasStray Stories Snlmmnn Wanted 4p As general agent in this and adjacent counties on old cstlblighltl firm with tho j most profitable line of good for the sales i man on the roail today Man i must furnish rig Years contract 00 to ii 980 per month net Bond or fj cash re- t quired Chance for advancement Only- husUers wanted Address Alexander- Company Box K Grccnsburg Indiana A Catching Advertisement Ida Ger trude inserted on advertisement that she Oult like to meet a gentleman who was tend of outdoor life licllc Who an tramplhiladclphia Hero la the Hvlilrnce That the Great Southwest is full of money making posMibilitiesour booklets on Itcautiful Indian Territory Texas The Golden Square Business Chances and others as interesting which I mil be maile1ot on receipt ol two cent tariip Address OKOUGK tOflTO G e P t T A M K T its Suite 1 i Walnwright llldg St Louis Mo droning Evil I IentlemmIlhis crowns worse every day InnNYal nn now wants I cago Dally News kSCopi tile CoughI KricI works tiff the cold Laxative Brorao- yuiofnc Tablets Price 23 cents I ltabdHow well Mist EIIICrICTraffles I lirr ngel d nt she must accustomed to it by now Pliiladelphia Bulletin larAIie isnt at all nervous Ii lamot in the least Ire known her I to keep cool in a bargain counter ruth Town Country j PisoV Cure for Consumption Is an infalli Lie medicine for NVSamuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1000 However in taking wings money cant well help hut make more or less of a stir Detroit Free Press Three trans a day Chicago to Califor nia Oregon and Vnihingioii Chicago Union Pacilic NoritiWestern Line The probability is that only men who dont know how they do it ever live to be JOOPuck Hard To Bear JW WallsSuperln- tendent of Streets ot Lebanon Kentucky living on East Mala Street In that city says With my nightly rest broken ov Ilugto irregularities or tho kidneys Buffering Intensely front severe pains In the small of my back and through the kidneys and annoyed by painful passages of abnormal secretions life was anything but pleasant for me No amount ot doctoring relieved this 4conditIon anti for tho reason that nothing seemed to give me even tem porary relief I became about dis couraged Ono day I noticed In tho newspapers tho case of a man who Was afflicted as I was and was cured liy the use or Doana Kidney Pills Ills words or praise for this remedy 0were so sincere that on the strength of his statement I went to the Hugh Murrey Drug Cos store and got a lox I found that tho medicine was exactly as powerful a kidney remedy as represented I experienced quick nnd lasting relief Doans Kidney jiills will prove a blessing to all suf ferers from kidney disorders who will give them a fair trial t A FREE TRIAL ot this great kid- neyt medicine which cured Mr Walls I will be mailed to any part of the United States on application Address Foster 1Iburn Co Buffalo N Y For sale by all druggists price GO cents per box ABSOLUTE SECURITY Cenuine y Carters Little Liyer Pills IMuetDonr Signaturo of 1 1SecPacSlnille Wrapper Below Taxi small nad a CUTI I I to lake ea neat ti II CARTERS rt 1 25Cs Pilti ITTLE AVER PILLS FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BI110USKESS FOR TORPID LIVER Ton CONSTIPATION- FOR SALLOW SKIN raft TIlE COMPLEXION I oSJIIvnru VIYuu 1 I Purely Tegetalilo 1pCURE SICK HEADACHE ON RAINY DAYS WEAR tOWERS Waterproof OILED fcHBRti CLOTHING IlLACJC Of YZUOU IT MAles EVeRY DAT COUNT a Mi rJs w d- a 11 a4 I pW Sd- a N- dWpiI4 303 AS Xi LITTLE CHILD Ott through the dark my little one Cornea stealing softly to ray bed To clamber In and cuddle down And on my bosom lay his heads I hear him wtIepr conxlngly- 1lcast let me sleep with you tonight And an he nestles close to me Ills chUteh fears ore put to lljBht Ah It he knew how weak how frail Am 1 In whom he putt his trust How blindly and how oft t frill How oft my tact Is In the dust lie would hot rush to me when fear Comes wh her sable wings outspread The alth he Jis when 1 am near Would CKUI tt bring him to my bed Some day perchance theyll bring him where I tone have liept from visions free And weeping they may leave him there- To lie MrtMfly close to me Oh may I hear him trusting say As he Is reaching upward then Pletue father 1 have coins to Iny My head upon your breast again SoE Klser In Chicago Htcordllerald i A SILENT i I COURTSHIP iIt 1 IDONALD OUOSVENOR paused on the hillside with his easel under his arm and stood surveying his stir foundings with a critical eye Before him lay the picturesque valley with Its neat cottages and patches of deep dark woods Hut tho object on which lie fixed his attention was n curiously shaped rock In the center of a field against a background of delicately tint ed sky It was shaped like the ruins or- an old castle and was of gigantic pro portionsI paint that whmi It Is bathed with the hues of a glorious sunset mused Donald After admiring the scenery before him for a few moments he turned and slowly resumed his climb On reach lug the brow of the lull he came to It sudden halt and an txclamatlon of stir Price roso to his lips for before lilir sat a young girl in front of an easel She did not appear to notice his approach and he stood regarding her closely for a moment Then he stopped a trifle nearer to her and paused again thinking to attract her attention- I bog your pardon he said at lastI lifting hla hat I had no idea I should find anyone here lie waited for answer but she hid not speak or look up lie moved still nearer and his shadow fell athwart her canvas Sho raised her head in startled surprise V lie spoke again apologetically of bring to retire if his presence would annoy her Dut she only gazed at him blankly and pointed to her lips and ears shaking her head gravely Then it dawned on him suddenly that ho hind been talking to a deaf mute lie gazed at her as If he doubted the pos siblllty of one so lovely being ti e vie tint of such a grave misfortune Her heath was bout over her work again and feeling himself dismissed ho turned aside and placed his easel a few paces away preparatory to com tnencing work 1 must paint that face lie murmured if she comes again And she did come again Each succeeding day found her at her easel and she was always there before him But all things must have an end and at last his work was finished Ho sat before his easel on the last day of his stay absorbed in thought when he was startled by a low whistle at his side He looked up and beheld an old chum Avery Lynn regarding him amusedly You ho ejaculated In amazement What charming company said the other In a low tone who is she I dont know How came you bore Avery Never mind that now Don Intro duce me I dont know who she Is I tell you reiterated Donald Only site Is a dear mute misfortuneSlieshit Don I suppose 1- hf would give half my life If she were HUo other girls- I know the deaf and dumb alpha bet Avery said suggestively Find out who she Is and where she lives said Don eagerly Was it fancy or the glow of the sun set or did a flush creep slowly Into the face of the girl whom they discussed Her name Is Klda Leigh said Avery at last and like yourself she Is only a PASSING OF FAMOUS HOTEL Old hIi nt arermvlcli olnlilr for Nearly UUO Yriirn In lie oelvrrn Unmix The Old Ship hotel at Greenwich one of Londons most historic lens has fallen into evil days partly due to several bad seasons tho recent wnr tho death of Queen Victoria and rainy summers The Old Ship has not seen prosperity and now an official re ceiver has been appointed It is dim cult to believe that tho life of the Old Ship Is at a close The time was when two of the most fashionable hosiolrles were tho Old Ship of Greenwich and tho Star and Garter of Richmond It was no uncommon thing to set coaches and carriages standing In a long line far away along Greenwich road while tho smart people of the day partook of whitebait luncliconn or dinner It Vas there too whcro the members of tho government hold their periodical whitebait dinners round a big horseshoe table In a quaint old fashioned room on tho first floor which visitors never rail to look into At these ministerial dinners there alvayn was an Inversion of parts and sub version of authority which recalled tho licensed holiday of Athenian slaves Tho junior member of the gov ernment often a callow youth in the twenties was placed In the chair and the exalted officers of state for that one evening were under his control Every one was called upon to do something quito out of his line fho serious man was commanded to make jokes the sentimental man to sing n comic song the facetious man to offor a few remarks on tho incidence of tax ationOne characteristic incident is ro called The late Lord Derby wiw called upon by tho waggish chairman to propoio a toast to tho ladios white upon Lord Derby roe and prpnoiinfec sojourner here I fan tam co mon than that hat will be sufficient cried Donald tala that deep flush swept over the face of tho girl but neither saw it- t1 must go now Don saul Aver consulting bis watch ily friendsan waiting by this time You see we WErt imitating and I climbed the hill to get F better view of the valley Goodby1 And Avery waved his hand and hurried awayBut his coming hind served to bring matters to a crisis between these two who had known a silent companionship for three long weeks Elda Leigh watched Avery until he was lost to view Then she arose and turned toward Donald It seemed to him she was about to speak and he was hardly surprised when she addressed him I must beg your pardon she said for the deception I have practiced upon you You understand she continued that I did not foresee I should becomr an eavesdropper I saw you coming tip the lull that first day and not wishing to retire or be disturbed I acted on tIme im pulse of the moment and May I ask Miss Leigh he said why you should Undeceive me on this our last day together 1 thought it just possible that we night meet again some day and then you would learn tho truth and perhaps have less charity for me than It I made a confession now DonI position In cold reserve lie knew any advances made at this time would be prematureShall wait and carry your easel he asked as ho was about to pass hor on his way down tho hill No thank you she replied quickly I am not going tom rome time yet It was summer time and the balmy air was laden with perfume of countless flowers The country hotel was crowdedI with guests It was situated among the Adirondacks near a silvery lake which bore upon Its bosom great fragrant water lilies that quivered with each ripple There were several artists among the guests drawn there by the wild picturesque scenery Elda Leigh was one ofthemOne among the late arrivals she saw Donald Grosvenor When they met I ho bOWEd with cold politeness and mur mured something that sounded like an unexpected pleasure After that she saw him every day but she took no co tlco of him except to give him a careless I cod or smile each morning and he in turn never addressed her Though Elda tried so hard to appear ImlKTorent to his coldness she felt tile sting of It neverthe less and hardened her heart against him The climax came one eenlrg about tour weeks after Donalds advent to thoI i hotel Thl whole party of guests with the single exception pf Elda Leigh had gone down to the lake to watch the moon rise over the water Donald having missed Elda returned at once to the I hotel Standing In the doorway for an Instant ho beheld her sitting on the fjzza gazing straight before her She was in such deep reverie that site did not see him until he was bI her hide She was startled Into speaking then I thought you went with the others she said He Alf not answer but took a seat be tide her and gazed toward the lake as if utterly oblivious of her presence There is a much better view from here she said to cover her embarrass mentStill no answer Presently from sheer nervousness at the embarrassing situation she dropped her fan and before she could roach to get It Donald hind picked It up and re stored it to her Thank you she said and raised her eyes for a raoniQnt But Donald only shook his bead gravely and pointed to lila lips and ears as she had done on the day of their first meeting Tho hot blood mounted to her cheeks and her violet eyos darkened with anger Never again should she feel ihumlllatcd In his presence because of her conduct last autumn She rose to her feet her head held high but Donald had placed himself In her way and before she could pass him had caught her hands and was looking Into her oes with an eager gaze as It searching liar very heart Their two souls met and recognized each other In their prolonged gaze Then with a slow deliberate mOvement in which there was rryifch tenderness he drew her Into his arms Prairie Farmer time request an extremely fishy pro ceeding and collapsed with a roar of laughter at his stupendous witticism while everybody sat staring at him in amazement The history of Old Ship as a favorite resort of ministers dates back as far as 1727 IAIL DUE TO PHOTOGRAPHY HIMV HIP Art Him Very iirluuilI- VurkHil Injury In t lit Truilr In fumnifrvliil I rlllicr The idea that the spread of photog raphy could do severe Injury to tho trade In commcrclnl fertilizers and espe chilly to the conversion of raw phos Imitate Into plant food seems at first sight absurd Yet so Ills and In this wayuuya Stray Stories Phosphates and bones to be made available as soli Improvers must bo treated with sulphuric acid Now sulphuric acid will dissolve most metals as easily as water duos sugar Platinum la almost the only metal upon which It lies tio effect So In spite of their great cost manufacturer have generally employed re torts made pf n platinum alloy for the concentration of sulphuric acid These retorts used to be mado III Paris and cost 8500 to 13000 apiece Today such a thing as a platinum re tort would cost literally a fortune for platinum owing to tlKxIntrodiictlon of the platlnotype process In photography has gone up from about live dollars an ounce to the present prlco of 20 an ounce It Is indeed nearly as costly an gold Xot n Sew Kxiierlrnce I A car fell from tho railroad track icar Covington JynrJd alighted on i residence CO fet below Tho cxcu uaiilB wore startled remarks the Ba timore American altlfousb hwy had en rather accustomed to hailing tret arlJt c TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL tj mnil In the Internnllnnnl ierIes fur October 185 IIMKT lllcmi lies of Forgiiioa urn U3SSON TISXT ls t1 Uleuul Is he whose trunsgrotlon Is forgiven whose tin is covered 5 IlIrKseil Is the man unto whom the Lord Imputeth not Iniquity and In whose spirit there Ii no guile J When 1 kept Silence my bones waxed oW through my roaring all the day tong 4 For day and night Thy hand was heavy upon me my moisture Is turned Into the drought of summer B 1 acknowledged my tin unto Thee and mine Iniquity have I not hid I said I will confess my transgrealons unto the Lord and Thou forenvest the Iniquity of my tin 6 For this thai everyone that Is godly pray unto Thee In a limo when Thou mayest be found surety In the tlooiis of great water they shall not come nigh unto Him 7 Thou art my hiding place Thou shall preserve me from trouble Thou halt compass mo about with tongs of deliver slice S I will Instruct thee and teach thee In the way which thou shall go 1 isllh guido thee with mine eye 9 lie ye not as the horse or as the mule which hnvo no understandlne whose mouth must be held In with bit and bridle lest they come near unto thee 10 Many sorrows shall be to the wicked but he that truiUlh In the Lord mercy shall compass him about 11 Uc glad In the Lord and rejoice ye righteous end shout for joy nil yo that are upright In heart lHUIS rlxIlItl1 lii lie vrlmac truimtcreviiloM Ia fnrKlvrn tvlioar nlii In orII nilOUTL1NB OP SCllllTTmE SECTION The Hlessed of l otJllvenlII2I1Sorrow Turncd to Joyls 3JJG Hope for All In the Psalmists Experi ences pa K6ll NOTES VXD COMMENTS Tho connection between this lesson and those that have preceded It Is plain though It Is ono of thought rather than of historical Incident Our Inst lesson Included the story of Davids sin and repentance and to impress its lessons more strongly upon us the marvelous prayer of the broken heart in the Fifty first psalm From that study of the ex perlf nce of one who had sinned and repented wo go on to this study of the blessedness of forgiveness and the way In which one may find It Ps 821 2J There are three words used here for sin and while in general synonymous each adds a shade of mean ing tot in the others Transgression A breaking loose from God disregard Ing Ills will Sin This word In the original suggests a missing of the mark for sin is a terrible blunder and failure as well as a terrible wrong Iniquity A distortion or perversion A fine face distorted becomes hideous and n good thing perverted may become the worst of bad things Whose sin is covered The figure suggests thatain something horrible to look upon and that God mercifully draws time veil over it Inv puteth not Iniquity Does not charge his sin against him No guile No Insincerity no pretending Vs 3fi When I kept silence Sullenly trying to Ignore his sin My bones wasted away No man can defy his conscience with Impunity This Is a leaf tram the personal experience of time psalmist and wo know what ho means from ourown personal experience Thy hand was heavy upon me Time hand of conscience Is the hand of God It Is mid upon the sinner not primarily to make him suffer but to make him re form The drought of summer A guilty conscience checks nil soul growth and contracts and shrivels and dries up life as the blasts of time hot south winds dry up all vegetation III a midsummer drought Note that the psalmist speaks of having had regret and sorrow all this time but It was not repentance What was the difference Alexander Maclaren has said that this psalm is a chart of one mans path from the depthsto the heights and avails to guide all The change comes in verse fi It was the breaking down of the stubborn defiant spirit the dropping of tho fiction of goodness when timers was no goodness and the humble opening of the heart to time Father In confession Thou forgavest the Iniquity God Is ever ready to forgive and to consider a man as separated from lila sin when He sees that the man has with all hU heart put lila sin away God cannot consider 1 mans sin put away until it Is He cannot deal In fictions Recall hero Christs teaching in the parable of the prodigal son Vs Cll For this Becauss of this therefore Every one that Is sodly Those who are true to God and strive to do Ills willfor tho best Chris hans need still to pray for forgiveness When thou niayest be found Then V marginal reading Is In the time of finding out sin This Is possible The preferred reading suggests that hero Is a tlmo whtx It Is too latc not because God Is not ready to forgive but because man has losjthe capacity to become a new man I will Instruct thee clci It Is usual to suppose that the psalmist still epeaks but surely I will counsel bee with mine eye upon thee dots not it human lips Alexander Maclaren The psalmist represents Jehovah as speaking the reassuring words of verse 8 Verse 9 suggests the reason why many sorrows shall be to time wicked The psalm ends with a shout of Joy Every tear sparkles like a diamond In the sunshine of pardon and he who be gins with time low y cry for forgiveness will end with lofty songs of joy and be made by Gods guidance and Spirit righteous and upright In heart CAMPUS AND CLASSROOM Iowa Wesleyan college Is now tree from debt Kcv Dr H B Miller of Boston has accepted time chair of Biblical literature In the lied Hlver Valley university North Dakota Prof V IC Chestnut has fen selected for tIme chair of chemistry In the Mon tana agricultural college at Bozeman to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dr F W Traphagen Costmaster Arthur of Bryn Mawr Pa- htftient four wagonloads of mall for the girls at Bryn Mawr college It was second and third class matter that had arrived at Bryn Mawr during time sum mer when the college was closed The first Doer student who ever entered Cornell university and one of the first delegation sent to this country from the universities of South Africa has taken up graduate work at the Ithaca Institu tion Ills name Is Leopold Rclnecke and be halls from Wellington Cape Colony He Is of Dutch descent with a slight ad mixture of German blood and has spent all his life co tar in South Africa Until this year no student from that region has fiver entered an American university CHAIN OF SUGGESTION Ode IJnrber After Iie Oilier Had na Idea to Offer tile Perlltinclons Customer A man up in my country bad a mclnn rholly Senator Vrye of Mainelhii man detcrniined to n shave other day unIt to let itiggeste4itbarbers 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