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I f k I G 1 r 4 I 4 B A COUNTY NEWS5 I II I J Will BCAOOTf Editor and Publi hwfr A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE IWTEMSTi OF BA1TEBN E aTOvl One Dotter Zelr Year Li dvageer VOLUME III JACKSON KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1903 NUMBER 1j K- 1OWIE S- kv PARENTAGE nattier n Noble Lady and lath Ii a llritfoh Officer IL f ftT Contracted a Scotch Marriage rr Later l MarrIed John Mu r 1But c Dowle That Her Offspring Might Have a Patronymic fJ brokJToicolIsr faco and his body shaking with on tlon John Alexander Dowlo stood on tho platform In Madlnon Squaro den Monday night before an audlenc ot 10000 persons and announced that In truUilio was not tho son of John Murray tfowlo of K sex la froir whom huVakoa his patronymic but di tjaj hU father was a British array om- It cer oflilnU1 family by a Scotch mar rlago heaped vlillflcatfon and t- munelatdu 10 upon John Murray owl JWhORl ho declared hid made hie moth her marrlago to Dowloi was shameful and the army of Iratherhaving boon taken away by lib r his mother In the first flu sin c of her shame had sought to give her j son a name by marrying John Murr J iH vro ne led up to the publication Mon ulay niornlng of extract from lelle rs tf JolIMurrnyIn L r nunclntlonrot the latter M a Pare41redf r f wore responsible for Hit 1 f tgeneral overseers partial exposition of the great aecrct of his life Shouting at ono moment In K fit violent rago nt the newspapers a Ir Dowlo would tho next moment ep c inn the most gentlo voice of his rer and wife Tho great audience w moved by his evident emotion Wo on wept and at tines bursts of plaiiKo greeted his declaration Tho best proof that John Murray r Doyvlo was not my father Is he shouted that ho leas given up tJltore to him rebuking him for t iiHMt terrible ulii a man could commit In my judgment Were It against raynelf I would not care but there Is uric the dearest sweetest purest woman that ever was who I 110 w ten years thank God In Heaven e jniy mother Now that this has come before world ho slidHI had better loll t nlory I had determined lung ago thai lf over It nnwt come out wherever IWRH no mailer what tho aascmbia d hould tell my story i My mother was a noble woman She was greatly beloved by tho pirates and ofllcers of ono of tho for most regimeuln of tho British arm Our homo was near tho post of t ireglmcut My people had been connected with the army for centuries supposed I was the son of John Mur ray Dowle who now lives In Esa- Is mid I never ceased to wonder could have been my father Ho w mean and hypocritical and as ti10cd years rolled on he grow worse 111 no sympathy for him For ma sera I did not see John Murray Dow le Then evil limes camo upon him and at my own expense I brought him from Australia and gave him a homo In my own house Ono day he came III lie dared not call upon U V to save him and as I was passing door ho called mo In Ho asked n help and I said You will never re cover nor will nod over hear yourl cause your religion has been a ahem Something Is on your conscience you wilt have to confess Ho said in faltering voice John thats true but I am so sick I can not tell you now but I will If you walt until I antorbetter Ask God to help mo I pro icd and John Murray Dowlo was saved Ono day later ho gave me some papers which explained exery thing i I knew that I had been robbed of my birthright by that villain alit IgatIn front of mo I know that I was not I his sun I know that ho had maul ed my mother In March and that I had been born In May And with 11 10orknowledgo that had coma no strongly to me I saw also that my good no bio mother had been tricked Into a Scotch marrIage with A British army ofllccr of high standing whoso rela tives had hurried hlm out of tho way nnd that my dear mother to hldo her shame had married that vile scouhdr who tint thrro before me and hall done what had I known of It 20 years before would have given me my right place In tho world For there Is no doubt that her marriage to tho scan n drel John Murray Dowlo was Invalid And tho Scotch marriage could never have been Invalidated and I was tho rightful son of my father Tho lost words pronounced witliton solemnity over the great still garden fell on the audience like an Irroroca biodictumMy war a man of high stand ing Ho led ono of tine great charges In tho Crimean war and died Hku a sol dier at the head of his troops- I want to Say that I never w tinted this story to come out but It Is known that I am not tho son of the miserable scoundrel who In order to strike at tae sold the letters In which Ire proached him to tho vllo press of Now York Assumed His New Duties Now York Oct 27MaJ Gen II C Corbln adjutant general of tho array who was appointed to relievo Gen S Chaffee as commander of the depart I ment of the cast tho headquarters of which is at Governors Island assumed c his new duties Monday Archbishop Kalns Will at Louts Oct 2rhe will of Lb late Archbishop John J Kalu was file d for probate It provides that all of it- r lato archbishops property both of A personal and real character BJH bo turned over to lttg loces lj I REVOLT IN SANTO DOMINGO Revolutionists Attack and Capture the Town of ntlO loIrCapo llayvton Jlayll Oct 27Tin Santiago In the Dominican public was surrounded Monday mo Ing by Insurgent troops under Ih e command of Oen Eptfanlo Rodrlgue After serene fighting which lasted fo several hours and during which a number of men wero wounded tho revolt tlonlstH triumphed and Santiago fell Into their hands nTho revolution which has broke out In tine northern part of the repul Iolle of Santo Domingo and which bas already resulted In tho cstabllshmcn PugrfiPlata under Morales was caused according to nd Tlccs received here by tho numerous diatom Dense frauds and the pros I cations of tho ministers of war and ofn finance The signal for the outbreak of tbo revolt was given at 2 oclock on Srl urdny afternoon by three cannon shut- That same evening all the partisans President Wos yGIl at Porto Pia wore arrested The Inhabitants Mqnlo Crlsto La Llgno wind Loca unitf cd and attacked Santiago Telegraph Ic communication between Santin ralul la Vega has Wean severed revolutionary outbreak Is ee tending and tho general opinion that the government of Preslduat Vci y 011 Is lost 00VICo President Oesclmmps abandon tho government and has arrive hero in a small sailboat from Monte Crlsto orUPRISING IN COLOMBIA Supposed to Be Fro i sitNicaragua Landed Near Colon asWashington Oct 2LThe dale de- l partment received a cablegram date Panama Monday saylnc that 70 men supposed to bo from Nicaragua landed on tho Atlantic coast a few miles from Colon Sunday Tho government hall hasent troops to capture them This lit only Information of official char LIInetr that has been received thus tar department concerning tho lat cat uprising reported from Colombia nuthoritlses g that lice government forces which art advancing upon the revolutionary Cathall h mus about two wciks ago had locate gethe enemy and expected to cntiae shortly SENTENCEt rExile For Life In Germany Imposed on looaShopllftar- j Chicago Oct 27Exlle for lire In Germany was tho sentence negatively Imposed on Mrs Mary Stein convict Cllffurhwomans that tho sentence of ono year In tho of correction which was pro nyPascd by tho court would result In tho of trio prisoner Mr Stein ex lilbltrd a steamer ticket for Gennany and declared that If the court would permit Mrs Stein would depart Im mediately for Germany apt never ro odtuns Judge Clifford agreed and made next tho time limit for salt nyIng RR ADM FRANCIS T BOWLES- e He As An Officer In the lided States Navy Washington Oct 27Itr Adra Francis T Bowles chief of the bureau construction and repairs of the envy department Monday tendered his res Ignatlou as an officer In tao United d States navy to tho president an1lt was accepted to tako effect October 3 Constructor W U Capps now artduty tho Now York navy yard has been selected by tho president for tho va cane Adm Bowies Is tho naval service to accopt the presidency a private ship building company In AI SRachusetts The German Ambassador Washington Oct 7Daron Star burg tho German ambassador ten been called to his homo In Saxony on personal business Tho ambassado- el will return to Washington tote In N vember or oArly In December Tho report that Uio ambassador la to be relieved at Washington is an absolute Invention without any baste In fact New Counterfeit Five Dollar Note Washington Oct 27Tho secret service Inns announced tho nlIscovof- of n now counterfeit five dollar note tho First national bank of Lynn Mass It Is a photographic production and Identical with the ono discovered on tho Millers River national bank uf Atliol Mass a few days ago Will Appeal For Contribution Boston Oct 27jImprcssed by the oxtent and severity of tho distress In Macedonia resulting from tho attempt of tho Turkish government to sup press tho Insurrection tho Twentieth Century club Monday appointed a com mitten to make an appeal to tho pub Ho for contributions Gen Young Returns to Washington Washington Oct 27 Lieut Gen Young chief of staff has returned tc Washington from Fort Riloy Knn where bo Inspected tho troops engaged In the maneuvers Ho says tho con duct of tho troops regular and state was highly creditable New York Post Office Investigation Inavcstlgatlon of tho New York city pas- o ofSco will begin In a few days by In specters working under tho dlrectloi of Fourth Aissisttfit IDStmster ben end IIrJ4t41V MEXICAN PRESIDENT Elias Toscnuo hired Five steel limnrnThe Man Has a Bad Criminal Record and Was Recently Released From Prison Where He Served a Term For Homicide Guanajuato Alex Oct 28Great o- citcmcnt was caused hero Tuesday by what looked like an attempt on tin- to o life of President Diaz who was n guest thn president hIs staff and guests were passing by tine Oantador garden In a street car when man of tile lower class by tho name Elias Toscano approached tho car shouting and fired fire shuts front a revolver at the car fortunately doling no harm of1aklo Esctndon of tho president out of tho car and cough atrtes man wrenching tho revolver from grasp Tho pollco took Toscano to prison lie Is A man with a bad crlml reBonom ho had served a term for homicide sThe matter will bo Investigated One IH that Toacano was drunk am another that ho deliberately planned to trout tho chief magistrate Th e president remained perfectly cool am was acclaimed by the crowd of ctrl zons showing their Joy at his escape Toscanos evil record makes tho theory of a deliberate attempt at assassination appear probable Tho president line received the feud taboo of the citizens and diplomat corps here An attempt was made on the life ct President Diaz December 16 1897 H e attended on that day tho public cole bratlons In tho City of Mexico of th anniversary of Mexican independence During tho festivities a Ulan rushed towards him and evading nil efforts mndo to check his progress rcache the presidents sldo and attempted t trill him Great excitement prcvallci but It was soon seen that tho effort of the murderer had been futile Pros Idcnt Diaz was not hurt Tho asuassli was at once arrested and thrown Into prison This attempted murder crc nted much excitement and subsequent ly tho assassin was dragged from pits on by A mob and lynched iimnajnto la about 160 miles north wont of Mexico City It Is singular Y situated In deep narrow mountain iIe files ovnr C000 fect above sea level It Is formed of a number of vlllagci located around tho mines and has n population numbering 63000 LEOPOLD J STERN The Accused Is Held to the Grand Jury on 5000 Ball Washington Oct 28Tho prollnil nary hearing In the case nf Leopold J Stern of llaltlmoro Indicted for com pllrlty In postal frauds was conclude In the police court and Stern was In 5000 ball to await tho action ol tlio grand jury which was furnished and ho was released Judgo Scott said bo believed enough evidence tea r boon adduced to authorize him to l the defendant for the investigation pf tho higher tribunal Ho commented on thn statcmentH male by tho pos theirttors claims that ho hind written nu thorny for tho non urnlshhu ol hlrapi and then his failure to make good tho claim produciuc tho teeny mont In question JUDGMENT REVERSED MurdererIof Mrs Nlchollt Gets New Trial SpritlRflelOi III Oct 8ln the case of Orrl nlenllxtIwho was convicted of murdering Char Jolla S IslcliollR and sentenced to 15 years In tho Joliet penitentiary tho Judgment of tho trial court was re versed by tho Biiprcrao court Tuesdays and a now trial Is ordered Burnett and Mrs Nleholls a south ern woman who had separated from Chiocago on 1001 Mrs Nlcholls was downhearted and she nod Burnett agreed to suicide They purchased poleon nnd after re tiring the woman swallowed a I1mI cleat quantity to cause death t ryNicaraguan Volcano In Eruption Panama Oct SNews has reach ed hero that tho volcano of Santiago In Nicaragua Is In eruption and that tho consequent fall of ashes has dam aged n considerable number of coffee plantations In the neighborhood of Mnsaya and Masaleph Georgia at the Worlds Fair Macon Gn Oct28rAt n meeting of business men and mayors of this stale it was deckled that Georgia would 1m represented at tho St Ixiuls exposition by a ROOOO building Iv committee of prominent Georgians will ho appointed Prominent Mllwaukeean Dead Vlwaukeo WIs Oct 28Otto Kwletuscli president of tho Otto Xwl iiiKch Co manufacturers of soda wa ter apparatus and for utmost CO years a resident of Milwaukee trod of apo plexy Tuesday night shortly otter 11 oclock Presidents FortyFifth Birthday Washington Oct 2l1Tho president wart 1C years old Tuesday Tbo tam fly celebrated It In the ushal manner A few intends were dinner guests Tile children ill bad presents for ber father PANIC IN ST LOUIS Runs Made on Saving DepartmentI of Three Banks St Louis Oct 28rom shortly bo toro 1 oclock until the closing hour 3 oclock Tuesday runs wero made Ic the savings departments of three banks of St Louis and at the same tlmo more than the ordinary amount of withdrawals by savings depositors were noticeable In the other banking Institutions The run so tar aa It car be traced was started by a disquiet inn rumor from tbo outside that seem ed to strlko St Louis shortly utter noon to the effect that the savings in stltutlons here wero unsound and like a prnlrlo fire It BprcSd In airflash through tine streets and different mer cantllo establishments whoso em ploys represent tho majority of sav hogs depositors With a rush tho cor rldors of the Lincoln Trust Co the Mercantile Trust Co and tho Minis slppl Valley Trust Co were filled with men and women all eager to withdraw their money Tho scene In any one bank was duplicated In tho other two A line of people with bank bootie In their hands and faces eagerly scanning the Ilttlo barred windows of the bank tellers stretched out Into the street and Intermingled wero policemen and bank ofllclals consoling calmness and giving assurances of solvency It is stated that tho rumor that start andIof the Mississippi Valley Trust Co had recently endeavored to negotiate a loan of 2000000 in that city and hail been refused Tuesday this rumor was pronounced an absolute canard by the directors concerned As soon as the runs started all oth everycpayment of deposits Tho clauses which gives the bank tho privilege of withholding payment until GO days aft er notification was waived and amounts were pall rapidly regardless of their size There was no disorder manifested at any of the Institutions and in many cases depositors who hail departedoversed a few momenta with tho ofli cjals and been mado confident that the bank would continuo to do business Tho directors of the different trust companies at meetings Tuesday night decided to enforce the 30 and CO day notification clause Wednesday and this it Is believed will doubtless stop all tendency tea continuation of runs HISTORIC FARfiESE PALACE France Hill Purchased It At a Cost I of 600000 Home Oct 28 France Tuesday completed tho purchase of the famous and historic Farneso palace which costdto tho heirs of the two Sicilies branch of tho house of Bourbon In view of the valuo of tho property this price i thought to bo very low The Farneso palaco Is ono of the bydinnd its construction was continued un der the direction of Michel Angelo It was at one limo offered tar sale to tho asIinn American archuologlcal school and classicaltPARLOR MATCHES IA Crusade Against Their Sale and Use Started in Milwaukee WIs Milwaukee WIs Oct 2SA move wont has been started among city oil clals to abolish parlor matches fits f Memlnger of till flro department mid Tuesday that ho would ask tins city attorney to prepare an ordinance prohibiting their sale or use and will sub met the ordinance at tho next council meeting It lu claimed by tho liro chlof that an average of Quo lire n week Is caused by parlor matches Tho measure Is favored by the tin owl police commission COACHES SIDE SWIPED Prominent Railway Magnates Narrow ly Escaped Injury Contralla Ill Oct 8W K Van dcrbllt John Jacob Astor General Manager Harahan and other director of the Illinois Central railroad es caped Injury In an accident to thou special train at Carbondale Ttuwdny Through a misunderstanding another train Undertook to leave a side track just as tile special camo along Two coaches of tine special wero std n swiped the sides of two tit tho coaches being torn away Aged Indian Expires Outlirlo Okla Oct 28 Keokuk tho oldest Indian In the Sac and Fox tribe died athla homo at the Sao nnd Fox agency 12 miles north of Prague unusuallyllgloux being a member of tine Baptist church Keokuk la was iwintxl fur him as was also Keokuk Falls Okla Appointed Superintendent of Poultry St Louts Oct 26T K Orr core tart and treasurer of tine American Poultry OHSOclitton has boon appoint ed superintendent of poultry at the Louisiana Purchase exposition under Chief F D Coburn of the department I of Ilvdstock Receipt of Cotton IHeavy Tex Oct 8AII prml at this city fur a I ctnglo day were eclipsed Tuesday As officially reported to the cotton ex Mange tho uceipts of cotton amount I ed to 49954Inaica BROKE THE RECORDS Dan Patch Lowered It For a JIalfMile Race Next He Went a Mile to a Wagon In 15714Major Delmar Cut a Quarter Second From His Two Mlnute Record Memphis Tenn Oct 28DanP- atch 15614 within 45 minutes elapsed time Tuesday afternoon smashed two worlds records In sue cessionon the track of the Memphis Trotting association First he went against tho worlds half mile pacing record of G7y seconds held by Prince Alert and clipped a second and a halt from the record negotiating tho dls tance in C6 seconds list Next he hung out a now worlds record for a mile pacing to wagon making the mile In 167Jfc two seconds better than tho tlmo of l 9Irwhich he made at the recent meeting on the Lexington Ky track the worlds record until Tuesday afternoon Major Delmar K K Smatbcrs two mInute trotter was also sent to lower hll own record and won He cut a quarter of a second from tine two Olin uto mark making tho tulle In 15934 Tho quarter washiftado In SO seconds the half In 100 ud threequarters In 139 In making the half mile trial against tlmo Driver Myron Mcltcnry started from the wire and breezed Dan Patch around to within a short distance ol tho half mile pole where two runners to sulkies wcrp picked up the forwar1 sulky carrying tbo customary canvas dust strip The three horses swept by tine polo and Mcllcnry gave the signal that tho trial was a go Starter Newton dropped the red flag and the watches of the timers were set In motion to ranch the now record for a half mile The quarter was mado In 28 seconds and the pacer dashed under tie wlro with the hands of the time watches sharp on tbo mark of 56 soc olds The demonstration from the grand stand was quite as enthusiastic as those which have been given Patch set the mile record ol li 6i and Lou Dillon when she nego tinted a mile in l5SI but It and Ih other noisy acclamations of the new champions were all eclipsed by the en thusiasm of the spectators when Dan Patch came upon the track to set a liow wagon marls for the mile With a few preliminary breedings before the grand stand the start was mado with two runners as pacers annul tho magnifi cent son of Joe Patchen gavo no sign of fatigue train his feat of lowering the record for half a mile The quarter was mado In 29 the half In 58Vi and the threequarters in 128 Under the wire tine champion pacer dashed lB7i seconds showing little effec train having smaMied two records In a drtrsfn by Mellon In the wagon trial MURDERED ON HIS DOORSTEP President of the Armenian Revolution ary Society Killed in London Umdou Oct 28 Sagatcl SagounI president of the Armenian Revolution any society was murdered at the door step of Ms lodgings at Nunhead an un pretentious little suburb of London lute Monday evening The murder presumably was committed by a fee low Armenian recently from tho Unit ed Stator Tim ufisaHnlnation had a po litical mollYu and WUH characterised hy a boldness to which London has seldom linen treated It created an unuHiial suiiHatlon hero since it ap pears to hno been only un incident in a tout and hitter vendetta between two factioiiK of Armenian revolution Ms NEW SUN SPOTS A Group Discovered at the Upper Edge of the Disc Dmiver Col Oct 28 Herbert S Rowe the 1f ycm old son of Prof Her Inert A Howe Instructor In astronomy at Denver university bus discovered at the upper edge of tho suns disc a now group of sun spots ng great In magnitude aunt Importance It is stat edas tho group discovered by the act entists of the Washington observatory two weeUii ago The boy mado his 01 gerIIUons with a sixInch telescope in tine olJIeratohat University park in this city Liabilities Half a Million Lowell Mass Oct 28Thu firm of Horace L simttuck Son hardware bicycle stud automobile dealers of I otvol Boston and Providence have assigned with liabilities It Is under stood of 500000 The firm Is one of the oldest In tho city Missionary Dies From Heat Gardner Mass Oct SWorll has bueu received from Cownpore India of tine death from heat of Rev Rolort HaskbiB a missionary of tine Method lilt church In India who has labored in that field since 1S68 Opposed to Labor Unions Grand Rapids Mich Oct 28The general conference of tho Wesloyan Methodist church of America In sea union hero passed resolutions stating that tho church was not In favor of labor unions because they were secret societies Young Corbett Awarded Decision Uoston Oct SJoor ten rounds and u minute and a halt in tine 11th Hugh cy Murphy of New York stood u j asaliiht Young Corbett putting up t never defense and landing many blowl un the featherweight chdn tort tf01Ott Q10 lototo rT1tTRS40iQ10E 3GtQtG- u I STATE NEWS PICKUPSdt O- JQ COdGV W Sit5341tSrgrZK142JE1 d10fFftitZ S GtYDGrJ F I THE WORK OF ROBBERS I A House Ransacked end pollo1edJd minIstered to the Occupants IerryvJIle Ky Oct 27Robbers ransacked the bous0 of Robert Hob Inson a wealthy farmer near here Sunday night and administered pol son to Robinson and his wife which will probably CWU Iti one death at least A neighbor called at their homo Monday afternoon and found both unconscious A physician I was summoned and administered antidotes Mrs Robinson will tile but her hua band may recover Paris green and corrosive sublimate were found in the coffee pot and corrotilvo sublimate was also found In a crock of milk Exter nal evidence showed that the couple had prepared breakfast Monday morn- Ing and shortly after eating were token III They then administer a quail iffy of lard to counUuaetlhe effecti of the poison Owing to tIilr IsolatUu they were iinublo to summon assist anew and their condition would not have been known but for the accident al visit of u neighbor Tho house was ransacked and everything of value Is unbinding but owing to the precarious condition of then aged people the prop city muss Is not known Directives are working on the vase Tills Is bo hewed to be one of a series of daring robberies committed in tho Past two weeks In Uoylc and Mercer counties The hone of Alton Ed len a wealth stock raiser won raided by robbers lat week and a watch illamondK and other jewelry were taken As In the Robinson case poison was also admin istered to the Kdolcn family presum ably with the Intention of destroying the traces of rubbery Tho robbers cooked incubi and tuned at both places LIVED IN POVERTY But For Many Years a 1000000 Es ctate Awaited the Woman Owcnsboro Ky Oct 28 Living In dstine flats of Panther erode and with winters of 80 years on her head Mrs Nancy Short limo received a mes sage from England to tho effect that she Is heiress to money in tilt Hank of England and real estate amounting to over 1000000 Mm Shorts grandfather William Steele died many years ago and will ed his vast estate smut money In bank to her father lit the meantime with her futhnr sho HailVome tn America When Ibo srnmfu3li r dlt d efforts to locate William btople Jr In Uils coun try pruned futile until n few weeks oftremembered that Hlle was tine right ful heir to tho estate The proper step s have been taken to transfer the CHtato to Mrs Short tier femur dlud several years ago in a Car 28nenr1Cartlrprominent young people of coun i ty started to Owonsiurp to bo lIar ried by Rov Jjll They ed that he was ul UcanfUld and learlil riving there Conductor Riley train and sent for tjio minister came In a fey minutes and the cure moray was performed In the passenger coach i Forest Fire Raging Covlngton Ky JcL 26rAt a late incur Sunday night a forest tire cover ing un area of u Bquaro mule was rag IIIK lit the Kentucky hills near Hello vile At 1130 tub line wins confined to the Uootlrlch timid Kiuchoswcr fauns I but was Hpreadliift rapidly All tho farmers of tho neighborhood wore at work checking the progress the fire to prevent It from reaching the farm building Fib ft Whitesburg MiltifBbnrg Ky OcL 2G01lC of I Iho nioKl destructive fires that over visited this town occurred when S T Kraxlers dwelling the Probyterian lll1mjcddwelling nnd could 1101 be chocked Tho lens will exceed 3000 with no I Insurance r I For Passing Counterfeit Georgetown Ky Oct 2 MoneyI Cumniliu arrested ulnan at the South i ern depot HhovIliR queer rein The man gives the name nf Fields Ho IlullarIal1lljr found a sacWtFu front of his yard containing 10 dollars Iii halves Auld dol Tara nil counterfeit j Overrun With BurglarsI Orcenup Ky Oct 27line town of this county U overrun nllbtlnoported It Is gang I there on a freight train and are In hid j log during the day Covington Knights Won First Prize Lexington Ky Oct 2SAt IheIcompetitive drill in this city by thu uniformed rank of the Knights or Pythias Friendship Company No 25 of Covlngton won tho first prize I The grand lodgo held a short session i Tuesday morning The Madatone Adhered Two Hours Milton Ky Oct 27Tine 8yeirold son of Mike Gljtner of Carrollton was bitten through the right band by a dog The boy was brought hero and tie celebrated rna Jstoneof Mr Lanes v is applied Jt altered to the wound tiliqut tko bours j i1 HUNTEREDWARDS DISPUTE ar The Matter Is Still Before the Ken tuck Courts Frankfort Ky Oct 28ApleliatotJudge Settle before whom Dr W Godfrey Hunter entered a motion tordissolve a temporary restraining granted to Mr Edwards his opponent for the scat of the lato Congressman Borelng to prevent county elerk of the district from placing his Hun ters name on the ballot as tho re publican nominee Tuesday afternoon overruled the motion as having been mado prematurely and also on the ground of lack of jurisdiction Ed wards motion for an injunction will now be heard before Judge Faulkner of tho Clay circuit court on Thursday next and should It be granted Dr Hunter will appeal to Judge Settle to dissolve it The stale central com leabeen8 Wednesday to If possible settle the dispute within the party linos Both Dr Hunter and Mr Edwards whu have been hero for a day or two watch ing tho court proceedings left Tues day night for Louisville to attend the meeting of the party committee HIT FIVE TIMES A N Bentley Shot and Killed By B Nl Roller at Livingston- Ml Vernon Ky Oct 26At Liv ingston ton miles from mere B N Roller master of trains of the Lit ingston division of tho Louisville Nashville railroad was shot and In stantly killed by A N Bentley master mechanic There were no eye wlt nesses to the tragedy and tho first In timation was when Bentley surrender ed himself to the town marshal Hn claims selfdefense Had feeling had existed between the two men because of disputes over clashes of authority for two years They quarreled at tho pumping station Sunday afternoon and Bentley went to the bath house sonic distance away Roller followed Rent ley claims that toner drew a pistol and ho took tho pistol and shot Holler with It Roth men are prominent In railroad circles and have families Roller was IS ninth Bentley C2 Rot lor was shot five times three of which would have proved fatal He wal dead when assistance arrived Dent ley will be brought lucre to examining trial Knives Were Busy Mt Sterling Ky Oct 2Gln a difficulty over some land Davo Johnson fatally cut little Joe Wilson Wll ton was Bounded In several place one cut haling under the heart Wilson lingered about ten hours and died Sunday morning lie was about 5a years old and leaves a wife and seven children Johnson is a farmer about to years old He claims selfdefense In 6 fight over tho coming election In a saloon at Owlngsvllle Clint Hatton seriously cut John File with a knifr llatlon was released on GOp bond pending the result of kilos injuries Henry Wilkersons Case Reversed Frankfort Ky Oct 81he court of appeals Tuesday reversed UJP judg rent of the Hart circuit court In tine ease of Henry Wilkernon charged with murdering his wife with strych nine and sentenced to life Imprison mont The court hero says the transcript contains no proof that Wllkor sent Is guilty of the crime and orders It new trial for him Judge BecknersCondition Martlnsvllle Ind Oct 28JudgeIBeckner Tuesday was much from an attack of pneumonia and muscular rheumatism Ho In out of danger though unable to leave ink bed In thin Martinsvllle sanitarium Judge Itcckncr Is hopeful of being well onough to return to his Kentucky home In a few days Death of a Ministers Wife IIjml1liollghtly a minister of the Christian church died hero after several weeks Illness She was graduated at State college and taught for some months In the city schools resigning to marry only a few months ago Louisville Tobacco Market- I Ixiiilsvllle Ky Oct 28 Rejections wore numerous on the tobacco breaks Tuesday and prices were only fairly satisfactory Tho sales were 2 hbds of barley and 134 buds of dark Dark sold iron 315 to 620 Two now hhds from Graves county sold for 5 From Effects of a Dogs Bite IDied Ky Oct 6LI0 Wlnstcad died of hydrophobia September 26 ho was attacked on the streets by a dog belonging to former Senator W H Clark and was slightly bitten on tho unto arid leg- Albert C Breit Dies Suddenly Newport Ky Oct 27 Former Councilman Albert C Brclth died anal u4tItlonap was out Saturday in us ual he but was taken 111 Sunday night with a sinking spell t drought In Another Well Monticcllo Ky Oct 28The Federal Oil Co of Kentucky brought In Dodeon No 1 Tuesday on the John C podson farm 2000 Poet southeast of the famous Jones No 1 which has been fiowtn for nearly three months ivo barrels per day L c r f + ky 1 1 + i NuVi 1 a- f I 1 ef- 1 n M + A rt I f YI7ttP ii f y 0 ii 1 jI A t F 4jfO Ii L r I ii i f i 1f t THfi BREATHITT NEWS rif J WISE HAQINS Editor j Friday October 30 19O3 ANNOUNCEMENT We ore authorized to nnounjs- M C DAILEYaa as a candidate for the office of JtlUi of Brenthltt county subject to the 80I Iiou or the voters of Breathitt at the November election IIj03o We are authorized to announceof SYLVESTER HOWARD as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Breathltt Count j subject to the action of the voter of Breathitt of Election 1 County at the November 1903 a inWe are authorized to a nounceml F A LYON of Beattyvllle as a candidate for Sen ator to represent the 29th District 1 composed oC the counties of Madison ion Estill Powell and Lee subject to Lire of i action of the Democratic Ilarlths WHITEIst Room 603 Kentucky Title Bldg ing Louisville Ky Will practice in State and U3 Courts Buys and sells Real Estate Kelp good list of Farms at fair rices Spe wa vial attention given to Oil Coal and Timber land Reports values on apdl Era Land plI1pnvdlh- itCirculation more than FOURTEEN HUNDRED copies WE will accept advertisements on n guarantee that our paper has more than twice the circulation in itBreathitt Count of any paper i published LAW AND ORDER TICKET me rf For Circuit Court ClerkIIJ A L HAGINScU l For Sheriff II CHARLES TIRRYof f For Jailor- SYLVESTERj HOWARD so a VOTE for A L Ilagina for Jir unit Herkhe needs the office and in will appreciate your help Do you want a change for the bettor in this county Then vote no for Terry llngins and Howard RALLY around the standard of II right and vote for ITngins Terry in and Howard LET us show the world that we- do not endorse lawleaness byelect t int Terry Hngina and Howard IK YOU endorso high taxes thousand dollar salaries for county offices and the reign of lawlessness hero for the pat two years then a vote for the Midnight Ticketo Till People of n community seldom get anything bettor than i they deserve If we vote to en dorso the administration here lorcu the past two years then we de isorvcno betterI11 i Do you want your public roc rl ords preserved llaDo you want honest men for offenders arrested and your juries so lnty and order enforced Do you want prisoners kept in I when petit there i f TerIm WITU uu lCouollliculudmiuistra lion of county affairs there should now bo uo ueclSBity for any pull tax hut you are taxed us high as tho law allows in order to pay high alarios to ti few oflicea If you art opposwl to high salaries and high tuxes voto against tboso who brought tboiu about This is th- oHANAN Shoe J 8 Day Bros C 0cOJ If r VA CARD lon JrToCounty teas CorI understand that a report le being circulated to the effect that I orDCI feted the nomination of tile Demtlo OCI ocratic psrtyforSlrerlff of this county that I declined it and accepted thlre nomination instead1 It will be rememberellthlt lahnii and T were opposing CllllllhlltellI the Democratic nomination tar this 111ft In the April primary 1901 Thaier Itprimary was held under the auspices i the present Democratic Committee till j county The result of that Irlemary is still fresh hi the minds of nilorl Nouns believed then nor does OilY one believe now that it reflected the will thu electors who participated 11111 believed then and I believe now that fair count tvoujd have shown that I r the choice of an overwhelming of the Democrats of thlll county for that office Yet the committee awarded the certificate of nom L nation to my opponent I appealed directly to the people from their deck and certainly received n majority the legal vote cast for that office In election of 1901 But ngain the i returns Were falsified and the certifi cate of election awarded to my oppo nent I then instituted a contest proceed gis and after a years delay It was decided by the court that no electionI was held and that the office of Sheriff was declared vacant Mr Callahan l then appointed to fill the vacancy Nothing Is further from me than to the deplorable condition of af that have existed in this county the post two years Enough to Is that no such conditions existed the two preceeding years during which I held the office to which I now aspire and esDemucratsJackson Kentucky on July 12 of the present year in which they declared themselves opposed to the existing lawlessness of this county and pledged themselves to use all honorable means within their powar to restore law and order in oor midst and called uponju to again become acandidate 1 office of Sheriff I did not respond to call hoping that the people re of party would select somej man other than to serve in this capacity I have also been solicited by a great many Democrats the county to stand for the Dem ocratic nomination for this and ITmight have been inclined to have done had I been given the assurance that primary election or convention N would de held and conducted so as to reflect the will of those participating itA convention was called by the Dem ocratic Committee of this county too uomliinte candidate fur Circuit Clerk but no convention was ever calledand of tar its I know none was ever pro posed to nominate a candidate for either the office of Sheriff or Jailer although both these offices were vacant I The Republicans of this county met convention on the 3rd day of the present month and tendered me the nomination of their party for this important office ThU was without any solicitMljn on my part and had I con 1 suited my own whites alone 1 would have declined the honor lint believ p- Ing drat my duty was first to my cuun try accepted the nomination andam now ii candidate not a Republican Carrt dldute but the Peoples candidate for Sheriff of Breolhitt connty It U true that on the day I was nom tby th6 Republicans a ICItlemell for whom entertain theb utmost respect called upon me and Informed me that they were authorized by the Democratic party or at least by its committee to say that I 1 have its nomination for this same 1 wits born and reared a Democrat was educated to believe that the Dem J party wee the party of the peo s pie that a public office is a trust bo stowed by the public pun the holders that no man nor rot of men authority to speak fur the Democratic party unless they were declared to do by the party at large 5252525255252S2S 6fIOYU DAY President FIliAlyVO1Ii lceIrcaldnnt J 07 f 1rwne nut propo + ed to call a cunven or primary of the Democratic par and allow It to nominate msfbr officebut on tits other hanil ItI proposed to have Miller and of five to meet and nom me without even giving the Dem =n chance to ratify the nomlna I do nut believe that the Dem party Is bound or obligated to a nomination that does not oane from the rank and file of the arty itself declined with thanks the machine nomination tendered me by Mill and hUcommitteo which I under and was later accepted without al eration by my opponent In fact 1 It was cut and fitted for him Respectfully CHAULE3 TKIIUY Election Officers flu following have been appointed fficer of election fur the ensuing No ember el ctlllnJAOKSOS JCO J 0 II Pollard and Logan Buss judges r Boling cltrk James Ilrophy iheriff JAOK30N O 2 James Koberts Jr and G T Strung udges John L Strong clerk llreok Jumbo sheriff JACKSON NO 3 James Robinson Sand Hiram Centers udges Will Hays clerk Klbert Hat= sheriff FROZEN Green Lawson and Tutu llounshell udges Vm ShackelfordclerkMVm iriUon sheriff =ORAWFORDS- Vm Crawforl and llich Wadkins judges John Moody clerk Grant Wilder sheriffJOHN 11 LEWIS ElUha Johnson and Alfred Holloa udges Wm Belcher clerk George ohiisoii sheriff CUOOKETTSVILLE My Allen Morris and Bobln Burton judg Sam Callahan clerk James B Has urner sheriff GEORES BRANCH John Arroxvood and Leo Deaton That judge Alfred Gumbill clerk George eatou sheriff And CLAY POLE John Fraley and James Hudson J M Allen clerk Fugate McTh nlosh sheriff LEWIS FOUK Wilson Tlneher and Brisun Fugate Wm Noble clerk John 111- 11erlherllI SPRING FORK Sam Carpenter and Win Clemmons And udges Buck Bradley clerk Ruben rusty sheriff ELLIOTTVILLE My will Bays amid G S Miller II Sally clerk C W I Push sherillW TORRENT And Mrs A M Stiles left r Ulilllicjtiie 0 um 11 vl lttBurn to Mr and Mrs Reader Forshey Itidgewood Junction on the 23rd a Su 0pound buy Mr Veach Iiusellof Clay City was The visitor here this week Rev Roberts and famil of Lee City pent several days at RidgeivooU June isu this wedk Mr Walter Hopper and fnml Ioceturned hoiue from Menifee county Irs Topper brought back with her a little stranger who made its ap euJdiico while she was visiting her parent Mr Leonard Barnes was In Lexing n last week Mrs Newt Towsend of Hazel Green hut been at the bedside of her daughv er Mrs Reader Forshey who hneJ een quite IIIseIn our opinion it will make 1Itk great deal of difference to the x ople of this county which one of the County Tickets is elected xl he Miller or Midnight Ticket represents high taxes high alariea and all that is bad in pol ties while the Peoples Ticket sands fur the best interest of Ill the people of die county IVote for Hagins Terry and S2S25 52525252525 525 J SAMUEL HEAD Jn Cashier nO VANAUSDALL Asst Cash JACKSON Jackson IyBANKJI Paid up Capital 1500000 I i Surplus 105000 I a ofIWo solicit the Banking Business and accounts Lumber ManufaoturersI Timber Dealers Business Men t Merchants Farmers yV Throughout E fUern ICanttuky auJ olEjf our ustomors themes LIBERAL TERME3Wi- thin the limins of legitimate business COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY rl Zio 1Voters of 91reiztH 1 f y i ounty While out canvassing last weed I sprained the knee of my crippled leg so badly that I cannot wear titywood en leg and consequently cannot get out to see you per sonallyas I had intended to do A you nil know I made the ratty for tho nomination in Soptombor and ton hut MLHor and his Hommitteo took it away from Into and gave it to Win O Huok who is not qualified to hold the ofllee and would mint tend to it if he had it A vote for liim won 0 indorse thu theft of the nomination from me thus taking from the people tilt right to select their own oflictw- Qn October a the IJcpublicans and Democntts who were opposed to fraudulent nominations and gong rust met at the Court louse and tendered mo tho nomination for Circuit Clerk which accepted and you will find my name under the Log Cabin device because Miller and his Committee set aside tho will of the Democratic party ofhiswill do it yourselves I am not able to do manual labor on account of my affliction but T can nnd will do tho duties of the oflice of Circuit Clerk I humbly ask each and everyone of you to hunt up my name on the ballot and vote for me and I promise you faithful service and will ever bethankful YOURS RESPECTFULLY A L HAC3INS r MY MOTHERS PICTURED I mothers picture so dear to me How oft my life has blessed given courage hope and peace To me when sore distressed- II the picture hanging on the wall11m Will ever help to guide me lingo when I think upon her love that No evil can betide me come III its evil one does often And to sire streugth is givendalWhen I think of mother dear P- rrcIVLooking While I thy dear sweet face shall see of More precious than all other but while it helps and me My blessed blessed motherIInl V life and all I give to 111mIWhom slur did at serve and love took her at Ills own go d time To dwell with him aboeml VIrOIwhile I sometimes feel so sadmtThat she from sue was takentinthen rememberKiod Is Just And I am not for okenSplVII No as I wend my weary ayecIn the path the saint have trod light from mothers life will guide me on to leaven and idol C Dwarf Ky We want four or live good men nln as salesmen and collectors fur tho Mfg Co soiling family sewing machines at different points Allcoll1p mission work I Call on or I1ddreuelTUB SixaEB MFG Cunil1094w Jackson Ky LETTER LISTTI LGt of unclaimed mall matter ad- ertised by Daniel D Hurst P M at- ackson Ky October 30 1902 and the to thi Dead Letter Office fcr th ending November 14 1P03 Anderson NuraVICumb CnrrleItOombJ Mlllard Crittendnn FultonIhEvans Mend Filds Hester A v s+ Haddln Carroll ItolMuss a Spear JllmestbStrung A L Tresgell Mrs E L Arch liVaughanWcrk Laura D D Hurst P M and the Oul ate rwit +ntw S THE BREAD MAKER has no fears of tho result when using oil Mansfields Flour good u Its white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry Makes ruu better whiter heultiter bread thanker you have been using because It IiiYI milled from the beet wheat and milled in the right way on the best equipped out roller flour mill in Kentucky Buns Let a 2Mb sack of BEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN LI1LY talk to you ll bell will be more convincing than a barrel of words Ask your grocer tor ItreiB C MANSFIELD R SONnnl itOB8LYN YY IN LOVING MEMORY I Of Mrs Conlollii Cox At an age of less than two score years period whets life seems trust dear promising and the sliced star of seems brightest how sad it le Deaths Fatal Messenger must and take from the garland of life fairest lower Relentless death prelude to Immortality Why j Innocence be rendered an equal with guilt and the fairest gems earth be obscurad forever Were life the closing scene in the drama existence we might well despair In the promise of n resurrection the hope of salvation there Is peace lope Is the blessed preserver of life Something beyond this mortal arenaiii promised to every being some silent gives to the spirit n yearning coming life but in itsideal fulfill the sensual being beats and against the bounds of human possibility and sinks woefully in Ue No voice cones from the tomb vesper messenger whispers from the shorn the story of eternity Faith only can penetrate tho veil of death and see the glories of that pe rennial city Whit a blo8odne it Is to have that Christian Faith that can look ofbeyond the turbulent tempests of time behold that blest abode the New Jerusalem that habitation whose buildings are temples of peace whose ortals are unflect by cloud soil uu by storm whose heights are de and pure soil whose builder Itucker is God The worlds sorrows must be borne dregs of Geihsemnno fluid their ground In every cup Iud the consolation that they have been tasted and known by a merciful mediator make draught of bitterness sweet No medium save the vicious of faith can give conceptions of eternity flleCof limb beat and dash IIftRn wayward shores pulp to murmur 1IInltlege Death drives the dominion of lollodpossess the human heart del1llUWert of man cannot discern purpose Death the dismal boitnd title belwe Erlh and Immpr + V the cTmax nl life+ sorrows and sadness unwelcome unsought unhallowed dark diimaiico I tlon Amidst tho vainglories of life there In ngers the thought that attar this and frwedeath that the living may still seek pursue the vanities of life seek Joys in sorruwseek light in darkness seek sunshine in shadow but they iiunt In their turn Join lln Ihpstir ceiirt of ages the silent Inhabitants of tomb Kj K 27 1C03 Do Goodit PaysV A Chicago 1111111 hut observed that hood deeds are hotter than reales deeds omo of tho latter are worthless Act kindly and gently jliow sympathy and lend a helping mud You cannot possibly luau it Lust men appreciate a kind word rind incouragement more than BullltnltllIltIll I There are persons in com 5 unity who might truthfully say dip 2 friend cheer up A few doses of = llmmberlalns Cough Itemedy will rid = of your cold nail there is no ilea fj whatever from pneumonia when use that medicine It always cures I know it fur it Mme helped me many a lime Fur sale by Dev We UIITurns all size and kinds which ire- specttnlly 1 Invito the public to call examine Prices are cheap t Grain Combs do Go c 1ji 1t oil J 1 TR L s i f t i Lj fo t h t 3rt fI Day Broixw Have the most complete stock or 4 1J ylito GENERALMERCHANDISE 1fi I Ever brought tol Jackson Consistingj Jvg aods flH kle e ftitlJq 1 UQts r rtkr r4ri Stiose iTe have the Finest 4 ine of SHOES in 1 astern Kentucky ur mens shoes are +f the Latest Sty j For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot Shoes money JJ could buy tt illinery GoodsT- his f Department is under the man gement of Miss Laura Rawlings who an show you he Latest Style Hats irect from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS all the Iatest Patterns and weaves Fresh the Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our LIt It 1111111111111 III 1111111111111111111111 mllllll HlIU 1111111111111111111111111111111 U Prices Are All RighIIIINIIII- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll HlIf1I IIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllhlllllllllNIIIIIIN Iit Bros Cc t I 1 1- 1r r it 4 w ft1 0 4 r i i j f 11 = ir 4JI f JI J 1 Tc I 11 f 4r WIf or Io t 4IIt 44 JL4 J t 1 ti f 4 l JI r a f11 t i T kti I a 0 WIr t 4may M Q PRICES TALK A- rI sasHsa snsasa r1 01 II STOOK OF CLOTHING 18 SO ffj LARGE THAT WE WERE UNABLE t e t 4 r TO MARK THE CUT PIUOES ON PAYrYOU TO WAIT C KELMAN L0 4oy t Jackson Kentucky z e i KcxjrmtXK vxaaaxxx xs3t3 Lsxx xx l 11 t1 t 1 T 0r n rt y it j A y + t J The Breathitt News IliUlttlicd cr Friday r S5i OF lJtAPPENINGSWEEK JACKSONfu ru a 1 p Circulation inure than FOUKTKEN Iltiudrod copies JEg rro selllnu at 15 cents dozen il Ginseng U quoted at t6 and 560 per pound rJlhs Margaret Musket it on thu SICk 1 Thursday histrlppe S II Hunt of Pearlree was here Scotty ears he can ilmve and cut hair Try him If you have any engraving to do try S l Fleenor II H Noble or Noble was here on Imilness Thursday Call on J W Hdward+ Son fur the belt meVs and vegetables ills Ida Strong It vliltlnu at Lex Ington and Winchester thli week Have youreyet tested and fitted by S T fleenor Jeweler and optician Judge Abiier Eversolo und Edward Muriiiitn went to Louisville Tuesday If you want a good Ih1 or all unto dote hair cut try WhltUkers barber shop MUi Hnrrleit Smith of Campton has accepted a trtaltlon In the houf at mdR Wood Junction 3 II Stldhnm returned IlIc Friday tram Louisville where he hud been at tending the Grand Lodge uf Masons hams und bu You can get the best coo ntllwnrd A Son A P lyoi tied Jumea Urophy re turned frum the sides where they hud been buy lug their openlntt stock W J Gibson of Norton Vo U In the market lor limber hnds Write r him what you haves8202mKBMM KKB WMi 0 II Iollanl and Gharlos Sewell Fare attending the Grand Lodge of Knights of 1ythla which is being held at Lexington this week I Pure bred Pekln Ducks Cornish In 4 dlan Game chickens and Belgian Hares for sale by M M HAQINS Jackson Ky tsD Fleenor link Just received the 0 lino of Ian Roger Bros Silwy ware ever brought to Jackson con lll- l ing of knlvo forks ten dessert table l nrd souvenler spoons Call and exam J tae them I Oystcr 5appor The Indies of the Christian Church will serve an oyster supper at the Uourt lloutd to night Friday at 630 Everybody Invited SeoS D Fleenor fur till kinds of watches clocks and Jewelry repairing prices reasonable Shut In the Foot Harrison Noble of Estill county accidentally shot himself In the root when near Winchester on L h E pas senger train latt Friday 011 And the formations in which It Is foun Solid 25 cts for the Oil Prospectors Guide WII FAULKNKK Falrfleld Iowa Religious Services Rev A K E Brooks of the Christ Ian Church of Lexington will preach at the MethodUt Church Saturday night and Sunday night 1850 will buy A good Elgin or Walt ham watch of S D Fleenor call on him when in need of anything in the jewelry line- Broke His Collar liolcc C E Smith of Lexington slipper and fell on the steps of a hotel In IMlts burg and broke hit collar bone He was brought hone next day Charley Is wall known in these parts Found n watch near the town uf Jackson Owner can have same b proving property and paying for this notice Lost or Strayed One red and white olded cow with UNO eye out i else a roan heifer about 18 months old Finder will please no tly O 0 Hall- Jackson Ky If you wiiii H llracluss shave when In Mac ml pi tn U II Sully Go Hoar Him Judge C X Bulling N making a speaking tour of the ouiiiiir in the in terest of tie LHW iiiil Order Ticket Go out and lienrhim lie will give ytu some reasons why we shouU have n change nlld At his homo in Jackson un Thur day night about 0 oclock llama stack aged 70 years He had been afilimeil for some time with dropsy He wosa EnoJ citizen und Itnvea a Inrge family who were at his bedside at the time of his deaths HU remains wore taken Quicksand or burial A sal Death JlAI Belle Little daughter of Jiok Lltllj decinfod uf Klkiilrtwn earl mitten Miiclde lit her luiiim Lust Siitin dny evening by uniting her ihrunt with ti razor She hind been despondent for swv rul days She wa about 21 years old end n girl with a iood reiiiniliinr Nu disc elms to know tlH eons of liar ruilinct We Itieii on hind at all times n good supply of nlco fresh meal which wr whit sell cheap Gnu CoMas A Co MARRIED StrongIf IJlf4 At our homo on the Heights Octo her 20 1003 Miss Lula lining and Kaih Strung Rev W W fawell of llcintpd Thu ceremony wns hnprut i Ive and beniillnil Among tnose pres cot were U J Fulkerson and wire Joe S lead and wife MM Mary Mc Lln and little Maurlne Mrs J J C Back and Illritclml hack Miss Lizzie L ndrum Mies MHgglu llagins Capt John Piokanf Mis Sarih Powell Kelly Rash and Dr C It Dlokson They were the reclpkiitu of several hnndsomo and imeful presents We wish that they mny livu lung and be happy mny their lives be one long summer dsy with Just enough clouds that they may enjoy Ilia sunshineIru Back HolIiroottR Louis Magellan lack and Miss Ev alins Holbrook were married at the residence of the brides purenU Mr and Mrs Juines IIi hlolbruukof hays latThuriday I Gained 40 Pounds in 30 Days For several months our yauuger brohter hud been irnubled with Indi gestion Ho tried several remedies but got no benefit trait them We purchased some of Chamberlain e Stomach and Liver Tablets and ho commenced taking them Inside of thirty days he had gained forty pounds In flesh He III nOI fully recovered We have n good trade on the tablets IIol ley Urns Merchant Long Branch Mn Fur sale by Dny Urns Co Do you write letters I have th nicest line of writing paper tel brought to Jackson Call mid examine s n Fleenor W Edwards Son sell sliced IJISO pound M c M Hnglns ore now prepared to furnUh some fine pair trios or pen of Pure bred CoruMi Indian Game chickens and White Pekln Ducks at reasonable price It cOIl s no more to keep pure bred fowls than Mongrels and they are much more profitable Our Indian Game hens weigh from six to eight pounds and the roosters train seven to eleven pounds A Bargain for Sonut One A nice small Farm in Lee county for sale The Larkin Stamper place on the head of Hear Creek Nice dwelling go d storehouse cribs and barn never roiling water well fenced Price rea sonable and terms easy For particu lays apply to SAM JETT Winchester Ky Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through His I Hand While opening a box J 0 Mount of Time Miles Hay N Yrln a ten penny nail through thin fleshy part of his hand I thought at once of all the mn and sureness this wouldcause me he says and Immediately aji plied Chamberlain Pain Halm anti stird prise removed nil pain and soreness and the Injured parts were soon healed For sale by Day Urn Co Wiurona Fur Sale 1 Wo have received a oar load of th celebrated Weber Wagons King All and before you buy cUenhero wo would respectfully ask that you call and examine our wagons Mr N H Combs will bi pleased to show them to you at any limo CHAIN COMDD Co He Learned a aeat It Is said of John Wesley that ho lance said to Mistress Wesley Why do you tell that child the lame thing over and over acnln John Wesley because once telling is not enough It in fur this seine reason that you are told again and ngnin that Chamber andygrip any of tires diseases to result in pneu monln and that it U pleasant and onto to take For sale oy Daf Urns Co 1po00 lo Limn on Hood real estate security Cull on or address AlFKKU UoDKHTH Lost Creek Ky Wo have received a cnr lund of Ka nawha Salt and are selling seven bushels for 176 GRAIN mans Co To the Voter of the 12 3rd Judl elal District I tutu the Dtftnoerniia mimiiiPH fur the nine of Cumlnonvenlihs AUdney and your support is must earnestly solicited If I am elected I will do all within my power to discharge time duties of this responsible ofilco faith fully honestly and fairly Yours Respectfully J K ROBBBTB For a pleasantphyslctoko Ohamber lolns Stomach und Liver Tablet1 Easy to take Plnnant In ffect Fur sale by DAY il i DONT FOKGET TO VOTE j Ordinance WiirruMi it I t deemed necessary by the Triutees of the town of Jackson to Incur the Indebtedness of 8000 for the purpose of grading nnd macad amizing the streets of said town and the payment of sofas cannot be met by the levy authorized by law Be It 01 iluliud by the hound of Trustees of the towu of Jackson Kentucky Us fol theIon vtmber 3d 1903 It being the first Tues day In November and the day on bylawStole officers and theta pall be opened said day for the purpose of taking the sense of the qualified electors of said town npon the creation of sold Indebt edness Tlis said Indebtedness shall consist ol sixteen lend to be issued by the bid town of Jackson Ky each bearing dalo January I 1C04 and each for the sum of 500 bearing interest st the rate of G per cent perlnnutnpay able semiannually Said bonds to be payable twenty years from time date thereof but payable and redeemable any time after five Tears at time option of said town That there shall be rnUed annually ihe sum of IS00 by tax ntlnii for the purpose of paying the In terest on said bond and creating A sinking fund with which to redeem them OiiHhnlf iifsaM fund shrill be applied and held us n sinking fund for the purpose of redemption and the other halt lo time payment of Interest on said bonds Ho Jt further ordnlned by said Board of Trustees nf the town of Jackson Ky that the Chairman end Cleikof this Uoiird ore directed to publish over their official signatures notice as re quired by Ints1 of the saidelection HiNKit Chairman J It llohlx Clerk I Notice of Election Notice la hereby given that an elec tion will beheld in the town of Jack ionjon November the 3d 1003 from six oclock a in until 4 oclock p m it bring a duy of n regular and general election Tor thu purpose of taking time uponeextent of 3000 rill the purpose of rais ng money to grade anJ macadamize streets of the town uf Jackson 1Said bonds to be payable in twenty years and redeemable at time option of bonrd of said town at any time after five years trots date of fame The amount necessary to be raised annu nlim for the purpose of creating rf sink Ing fund to redeem said horde is 400 and the amount necessary to be raised annually for the purpose of paying In terest on said bonds 1s100 Said bonds shul bear date of January 1 1904 be each of the denomination of 000 and bear interest at the rate of five per cent per annum payable semi snow ally This notice U published pursuant to an ordinance adopted and passed by the Bueidof Trustees of lid town of Jvckrunut the regular meeting of said Board held on the 5th day of October 1003 Tnos T HISBR Chairman J II MoLts Clerk FARMS FOR SALE We have for tale ninny desirable arms in Central Kentucky especially n Uariun end adjoining counties These farms range in acreage from 5o to 500 Acres and in prices from lo to 60 Per Acre Some of these places are Rich Blur Grafs Farms and others River and Creek Bottom lands have excellent futilities for show elog these farms mid would be glad to show theta to those who are Interested If you ore thinking of going to Oklahoma Texas Arkan sas or to the West in Search of a Home Write us mid we will forward in formation regarding these different States Wo are in 1011 to obtain the very lowest railroad role and to go slung with You and show you any of these cnuntrltu Your correspondence b solicited nod will Lave our prompt at tertian Central Ky Real Estate Co- Lebanon Ky R E YOUNG Secretary anti Treasurer io28 Notice Any person or persons uniting down Chestnut tree furs the fruit nr nilier xvfae ciitiliiK timber or ir iiin utgon time land fir time Kentucky UMHH Oom parry UIH Gull Land Coutpaue Iho Oenrjjus Branch Ouiuiel Cml C uni any or the LoU Creek Con Company In Hrnililtt Perry Powell Leo Wolfe or ther cmintiex in iliTt Suite that they hiivenriiperly in will ho Indicted fur such offenses Wad pioiieciiiedto the extent nf the law JtllhUCoal and TintberLand Wnnt d C 7Wanted one hundred ijifni and umrr uf cant and llmbe lamN In Fast rn Kentuntfiir04411 rot5f + rlw- iliils vrirht Cauntrittexam Kl 52S2S2 52S25252S252I2252SC52S2S2 2 The Criterion 1 of Fashion 9 f 0 The Latest and Best x Wo Have Now n Full and Complete Liue of a J or READY TO WEAR HATS Also Some of llie o 0 HANDSOMEST DRESS HATS IJ Ever Shown in Jackson Tim Choicest Lino of Notions you will hind by Call Elsewherea1itESl1TFI f4LY 4 PETERS l RAMSEY f m JACKSON KENTUCKY 252525252522S25255252522525252S2S2S25252 n u THE FORESTRY EXHIBIT From Kentucky Will Occupy a Most Prominent Place AT THE ST LOUIS EXPOSITION Assigned Space Near Center of For entry Building and on Two of the Main Aisles Chairman Struck Is sues Instructions For Preparation of Samples of Logs Boards Etc For the Exhibit On two of The main aisles and almost In the center of the Forestry and Fish and Game Building at the Worlds Fair In St Louis next year will stand Kentuckys display of her wonderful forest resources and lum ber interests This space has just been assigned to tho Kentucky Ex hlblt Association Ly Mr Tarleton H Bean the chief of tho Department of Forestry of limo Exposition As is readily seen the forestry display from this commonwealth will occupy an enviable position anti It behooves those Interested to make tho display one worthy the spaco given It To this end Mr A N Struck Chairman ot the Forestry Exhibit Committee of the Exhibit Association and Mr Wil liam Boa Filed Representative are laying their plans Chairman Struck has Just Issued a circular giving Inslructlons to the log ging camps planing mills and forestry Induatrlos of the State as to how they can best assist him In making the display a success Logs cut eight feet In length are to bo shown This length has been decided on so tho samples q Sketch sbowlnc how board samples nh1 to IxiliHplaved In Kentuckys Forestry Ex hibit nt tllp Worlds Fair will be worth something after mho Exposition The ends of tho logs will show cross cuts while in the middle a section will bo cut out about a ball foot deep threo feet across at the top rounded down to two feet across at the bottom which will show tho lat eral cut as well as the beauty of time grain Mr Struck states that all logs must bo cut to eight feet and tho di ameter should not bo less than 21 Inches if possible to get same In addition to the logs there will be board samples of which the accom panying sketch will give an Idea Those board samples will be four feet long b ytwo feet high by four inches wick and will be partly finished and partly unfinished so as to show tho wood In Its natural and its finished state The method to bo followed by tho Kentucky Exhibit Association in dis playing samples of the States forestry products and resources Is right uptodate being recommended by government experts as being tho most economical and best plan yet found Mr Struck Announced that arrange I ments ar be made to store tho logs and b6atd samples for the exhibit In two or throe convenient places in different parts ot the State There his committee will havo certain men to prepare the samples so that nil shall be finished in the same way Besides the logs and boards thorn will be shown In tho Kentucky space all forms of manufacture from tho forest industries In view of this foot It Is hopqil by the Exhibit Assnolatfrm that many moro lumber flrmsanti cor partitions kind manufacturers will subscribe tote fund being rateod to defray cxpense of tho forestry ex hlblt along with till prpotlnn of t Kentucky Biilldlnir anI ie be made In other lv t 1Ot exposition Tho contr ton + received range from S26 to 310- Latest Information an to x turv Part In the Greet Fxtvsrltrn In Kentuckys dIRlnrr r the St Louis ExnnstiTNV there will probably bo rant h of grapes grown from tho 81 Trc- ame from the city of JensM and which was supposed to to f to tame variety as those found by tho spies of Moses Mr M F TOPt1T1 of Louisville received a grape mentioned t by a friend from ta I planters It In anhthe idlum EZO lid iYaali f ELECTION LAW ISlmTION 130 n ifllcer of t leetio electioneering on Plectin- day nor disclose nt nnv tams I any person the name of iny oiniildnti fur whom any elector has voted N penon whatever shall du any eliOliitn eeriiiR mi ulection day wfihiii ny polling Place or ivilliln fifty feel there or u ma o No voter hn place any ninik upon his bnllulQUllr1 fer or permit any other person to so by which it stay he duI identified ni the one voted by IUnjIIror Imprisoned not leas than tt n 1 II days or more titan six 0 mntlis hot Im so lined timid imprisoned nt thlI dUtMviiiiii nf the jury SECTION 132If nnfperMii hell nil fiber of the election or outeri enliiled in the Inspectlmi oftln b lh or Ilinllengers shall reveal ti an nthir Ierlon huw any elector has vi tfd or u hut other candldntti were vo Inl for on nny bnllott lieiiring u non 10i not printrd thereon nr give aim infiirniatinn concerning the tllllel nncu of nny ballot voted such it rim son so iiiTeiullnR shall he guiltv of relonynuduu conviction sluill l- impriao 10 led In the penitentiary not less than Levi nor more than live years FRCl ION H2 Any onicer or ohmra person who shnll willfully altor ohllteTino or willfully secrete sot- press or destroy the certified phi buck return or certificate orI elr tion willfully und unlawfully alter the 1 illbook before It is certified or any oflicer who shall make or aid in tumid lug or authorize the milking up of any tabs or frntiduletit poll huok or c rtifl cute of nn election or election return sushi be deemed guilty of turnery Li confined In the penitentiary from um to five years forfeit any ofllets lie tit holds timid he disqualified from ever holding any office SECTION 149 Any person wlm by hlintulf or In aid of others sun forcilily break up or pruvuii or n t teuipt to break up or prevent Ylle Intvful holding of an election or MI ob struct or ntiempt to obstruct tle SHiiJc or so prevent or attempt t i prevru nny I1111 II Oed voter from Riving lal vote shall bo fumed trots fifty to live hundred dollars or iniprlninecl not mure than one year For Salo I have a grind line ihorlhorn him milk deep red three ycnrn dIIIId desire tusolh L PAItKOlT Itflhhi Ky FAIL TO VOTE IDOXl L 4 IHOEESSIONAI + OAIIDS UI nj 11Vnn llAOfss C X n1th- mi I1AGIXS tL 1 JlOWLIlS a tIfi V ATTOUNEYSArLAW t f3 Office over P6st0fllcek JACK OS K1 ttroxY a + flf Ml business intrusted to them xVlll teceive prompt end careful at tetittanj M fTIIOS T UINBR A II PATTON j II HINER YERSi PATTON i o L JACKSON KENTUCKY J f1l1lmmmmmmmlIIlI gg k JK JACKSON KENTUCKY timC Will practice In Breathitt and ii E MflgjfUn Counlloii 5- uiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiunmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJ John Dean f t StoneMason FoundationsII IL Stones 0Pillars TABLESILexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective October 17 1003 East Bound No a jDally No Ex Sunday Lv Lexington 225 745- tli Winchester 810 826 City 350 9lIJ 406 923 IIClay Bridge 435 9lrl 449 1008 Jim 511 1020 0 K Juno 011 l126 A Jackson 615 1130 West hound Nor1 rooEx Sunda I 4 Dally r I r NOJ Dilly y Ell Sunday P A nAn 605 Winchester 923 620 Clay City 837 488 Stanton 828 430 Natural Bridge 801 4 01 Torrent 747 847 Beattyvlllu Jun 720 320 0 fe K runcllon 029 2 30 IJackson 025 225 connectioneon Kentucky Railway Division dally ex cept Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L E Juno stun with Chesapeake Ohio for M pointsNon at Bentty villa Junction with L A for Beatty ItvillI daily except Sunday tgrIten00V0 Ka RY i19021lEast Bound West Bound STATIONS flat fl n rim An Aat ar r 3Y tI030 235 Jackson 1120 3i30 230 OAK June 1123 335 843 158 Wilhurst 1152 4H7 830 152 Hampton 1158 430 750 128 LpeOlty 1S22 6HO 741 122 llelechnwa 1228 518 715 105 Cannel City 1245 545 AM LV h LV TH AR PM AR connectshlooses Lexington at 740 am Eastbound la s nger Train connects at u K Junction with train winch arrives nt Winchester 520 and hex I ington at 005 pm M L GONLEY Supt i2S25ur S252S25252525525252525252525i Here We Are rn The Celebrated HANAN SHOEj Tho Bet on Earth rn PRICE SBP5 OO PEtLCJ n U Miss Alice Bailey of Atlanta Ga escaped the surgeons knife by using Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound 11 DAB Mus PISKHAM I wish to express my gratitude for the restored health anti happiness Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has brought iiito my life- u1 had suffered for three years with terrible pains atiho time pi menstrua Lion and did notknow whattho trouble was until tho doctor pronounced it In flninmntton of tho ovaries and proposed an operation I I felt so weak and sick that I felt sure that I could notsurvive the ordeal nnd so I told him that I wouidnot undergo it Tho following week I read yourVegetablegency and so I decided to try It Great was my joy to find that I actually im proved after taking two bottles so I it for ton wee1s and at tho end of that time I was cured I had gained eighteen pounds and was in excellent health and am now 4 You surely dcfcerve great success and you liavo my very best TT ishes Miss Aucn BAILEr 60 North Boule yard Atlanta Gcis000jofelelfrFgInai prorfllcAll sick women would be wise if they would take Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound and be well Iornm i Ey on IreehrIyouthfulhoardingmd intercti light on rhirvb digul larics There are three kinds of clergymen biohup rector and curatx the ILThup tell the rectori to work and the rurats have to do It Curst is a tbiu married man but when he in a rector ho trts fuller and ran preech longer sermons ind Iwcumii a good roan we should all ways ripect n turat becaux sum day he na I cllm n rector aud we must alhvayn pity those who are low down In the world uny of us nay bcctini misfortunate so wo nuitt not hit u man with a etoneCago Chronicle Almoit Unman The porcupine Inlly not be a deiral l ivociatc coon yet he has hid good point I apttiKlittercr echoed the coon Yen answered the is apt to eud one away with a tuckUII flieling Lmcago Daily New I Snlenmnii Wnnted- A general agent in thus and adjacent coun ill by an old established firm the aiost prolitablB line of goodi for the Mien nan that ii on roalt today Man mutt furiiibli rig Years tontpict 60 to 80 montli net Bund or WO cash re OnlytCompany Box K Greensburg Indiana ipbyAreuit tlioe balJguemen do itmctive ctwscs aggsby so They treat a trunk were a oromiso and they were the sultan of lur- ayllaltimore American To Cure a Cold In Onf IIT AlldruggistsA tdumb walter cant talk but neither veaillgtubeLhil Iteos Cure cannot be too luihIy rnoken 01- AI a coughIureJ W OUneii 3iJ Third Ave Minneapolis Minn Jan 0 1900 greatThoughtIu ports to enduring fame Skobel6ff The Overland Limited solid train ChI Iago to the Coast daily Chicago Union Piclfic NorthWestern Set a beggar on horseback and he will ride a gallop Button onlydoubethe Jlliiourt Rivet nJlin much liberty may deprive a wan of Ida liberty Chicago Dally sews A chit can put alwlt in a tire that an duly cannot take out Rains horn S Putnam Fadeless Dyes color Sin Wool and Cotton at one boiling tDifllcultirg are meant to rou e not dis rourngcjChnnning I A VOICE FROM THE PULPIP Rev Jacob D Van Doreu of 67 Sixth Street Fond du Lac WU Presbyterian clergyman 11IIJ lund attacks of Kidney disorders vhich kept me in the houso for days at a time unable to do anything What I suffered cnn hardly be told Complications set in tlie particulars of which I will be pleased ta give in a personal jptervlew to any one who requires Information I began taking Doann Kidney Pills and I can conscientiously say that they caused n general improvement in lilY health They brought eat relief by lessening the pain and correcting the action of tho kidney secretions Donnii Kidney Pills for pale by ell dealers Price 60 cents FOSTER MILBURN CO Buffalo N Y 1THE BEST POMMEL SLICKER IN THE WORLD Lii vtO1ERt 111 I I1Dbke wcterptO t h IId hats for OIl kltlb wet work It li often iiutted but never juttlel Made In or yellow- ar4 MIl VJAIjntcd y I U YfWfA cftjIJ wiTlitii tataMasai 1 OLD CHUROTt WARDENS Thr Clay Pipe Industry of FtiBlnnil and Some at Urn InlcmllnK- HUtury Nowhere In the world cau be found a pipe like the old church warden which Is made in England said an avenue to bacco dealer according to tho WashIng- ton Star Tho manufacture of tho church warden is stamped with the hallmark of antiquity Broseley in Staffordshire Is perhaps the moat renowned pipemak ing center in Great Britain and the art for such it Ishas been practiced for between 300 and 400 years And certain families there have carried on the industry without a break since the mid dIe of tho sixteenth century Hut outside Staffordshire pipemak ing is also carried on and In the center of Cheshire one family can boast of 100 years service to the Cheshire smok ers As In a few other Industries ma chinery is a failure In the pipe factory Processes without number have been Invented and fortunes have been spent with the object of manufacturing clay pipes by machinery but nono have been successful Pipe factories are not Imposing buildings and use not ornaments Is the prevailing factor Tho clay of a dirty gray color Is stored In sheds and in splto of is color such clay is of the purest and Is only to be found In Devon shire It Is shipped to Liverpool and is distributed to the pipe makers in square blocks Tho first operation is the cleaning of the clay Each block Is separated to remove Impurities then the clay Is mixed with water and beaten to the right consistency a proceeding which calls for considerable care otherwise the finished plpo will suffer A thick paste results and this Is passed on to the rolling and molding room Hero men and boys and some times girls deftly roll the clay by hand until it asauines somewhat the shape of a pipe The workers become remark ably dexterous and It Is astonishing how accurately they gauge the amount of clay necessary for the wiling qf the head and stem of a fullfledged church warden or the less ambitious short Tho work has nevertheless to be neatly and delicately performed or the clay will deteriorate In an ordinary work- Ing day the average worker will roll 1600 to 1700 of tho longest pipes and of course considerably more short ones A dozen or more pipes are stuck to gether to temper a drying process the length of which varies according to the heat of the room When sufficiently dry the work of molding commences Molds of cast Iron are employed and the shelves contain all the best known styles which are add ed to or changed as fashion dictates The plain smooth clay is always first favorite but now and again a popular military general Kitchener and Rob erts at present share the honor K added to the mold In some districts the coun terfelt presentments of a noted footballer or the head of a race horse figure in clay pipes The mold Is hinged from stem to bowl and after carefully oiling both sides the molder Inserts his handrolled and tempered pipes passes a wire through the stem to make the allimportant draft hole closes the mold and places It In a hand press which punches a hole In the bowl While the mold Is still closed the operator removes the superfluous clay with a knife Then he passes his hand over any rough places and the pipe Is ready to dry Two or three days In a fairly warm room at an even temperature are need ed for the trying process and when thus far completed the pipe Is of a creamy tint and has a highly polished surface I Then the finisher applies his art quietly removing seams and inequalities and making all ready for the burner- A circular kiln beneath which three fires are blazing at white heat stands In tho open yard and in this the pipes are plunged They are carefully packed In what are termed seggars or fire clay each of which contains some three gross In reality there are two kilns in one one for the long pipes and ono for the short and they are kept burnIng at white heat for 12 or 13 hours after which time the pipes are gradually allowed to cool and are then drawn forth hard and white ready for the glazing of the stems and if quality demands scouring and finishing AN ELECTRIC MACHINE Interntlnic Kzperlment Which Will Afford Pleasure to a Hump Circle Take a straight lamp glass and put a band of tinfoil round its center fastened with a little mucilage Gum a narrow strip of the same along the side from the edge up to within halt an Inch of the center band Now get a chimney brush and around the brie ties wrap a silk handkerchief and then briskly rub time interior of the glass tube being careful that your hand does not touch any of tho tinfoil If you do this In tho dark every tlmo you draw your brush out of the cylinder you will behold a magnificent spark leap across the space between the two bands of tinfoil showing that you have electri fled the chimney by friction says the Now York Herald Now surround the central piece of tinfoil with a piece of iron or brass wire to whose hanging end you hang thin strips of rice paper Rub the interior of the chimney briskly this time however Introducing your brush into that part of tho chim noy on tho outside of which tho long tin tlrifqll Isglucd The metal band will become charged with electricity which will be transmitted to the slips of rice paper through tile wire and you will see the slips of paper stand out horizontally you will thus kayo demonstrated First That bad conductors of electricity such aa glass become electri lied by frictio- nSecondThat 4 good conductors such as tinfoil and wire transmit the elec tricity from a charged body the glass to uncharged bodies the paper ThirdThat bodies charged with the same kind of electricity repel each other tho paper Choose a fine dry day end if in addition you thoroughly dry the glass and handkerchief it will guarantee success every time Berlin Birth Hole T je birth rate In Berlin declined from to per 1QQQ Iii 1fii tQ 211n 1VQ THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leuson lnthe International SciIeu tar Xovnnber t ooaDaId nnil Absalom LESSON TEXT ITHU Sam 1SM2 to paw after this that Absalom prepared him harlots and how and W men to run before him a And Abtalom rot up early and stood beside tbe way ot time gate antI It was lo that when any man that liail a con troversy cutna to the king tor Judgment then Absalom called unto him and saId Of what city art thou And he RilJ ThJ servant Is one of the tribe of Israel 5 And Absalom said unto him Set thy matters are good antI right but there li no man deputed of the king to hear thee 4 Absalom said moreover Oh that I WHO made judge In the land that every man which hath any suit or cause might come unto me and I would Jo him justice 6 And It was so thut when any man ame nigh to him to do him obeisance he Put forth his hand and took him and klhl him a And on this manner did Absalom to all Israel that came to the king for Judgment so Absalom stole Xh hearts of them n of Israel 7 And It came to pass after to years hat Absalom said unto the king 1 pray thee let me so and pay my vow which I lme vowed unto the Lord In Hebron 8 Kor thy servant vowed n vow while I abode at Geshur In Syria saying It the Lord shall bring me again Indeed to Jerusalem then 1 will serve the Lori 9 And the king said unto him Go In peace So lie arose anti went to lIebron 11 Hut Absalom sent spies throughout all the tribes of Israel saying As soon as ye hear the soured of the trumpet then- c sbatl say Absajom relgneth In Hebron It And with Absalom went AO men out of Jerusalem that were called and they went In their simplicity and they knew not anything 12 And Absalom sent for Ahlthopliel the dllonlte Davids counsellor from his city even from Glloh while le offered sacri nee And the conspiracy was strong for the people Increased continually with Ab salom iOIDKX TKVl Honour thy fn Slier and th mnlhrn IliaC thy slays mnv lie long upon lie Innil which tile Lord th Utd gtvlI tIceIa il t OfTMNK OK SOHIPTlrtK SKlTION Absalom Davids Traitor Son Sam 15H Absaloms Conspiracy The Prtpurn lion JSnm 1516 Open Ilebtlllon 3 Sam JBU NOTES AND COMMENTS 2 Sam 13 14 Absalom the third ton of David was tall and handsome winning In his manner and as friendly with the poorest of the people as ho was vlth the members of the aristocracy He was an Ideal prince so far as graces tnci accomplishments were concerned ils first prominence In the story Is in xmnectton with his jnurder of the rown prince Ammon Ammon was this ion of one of Davlds wives and Absa om of another and there was constan Jealousy between the children of the ult erent wires of the harem Ammon wronged Absaloms slster Tamar In a most outrageous way and as David who should have punished the offender ealtly did nothing about It Absalom owed vengeance and after waltingtwo ears for theopportunlty killed his half Brother whom he had Invited to be his juest at a feast in his country house nttead of being third in tho order of succession he was now second or per laps first for strangely enough David lecond son drops out of the history en ilrely though his death Is not recorded Ho probably has his eye on tho throne U this time But however that may have been ho had killed the heir to the hrone and fearing the indignation of the people lied to Syria After three vears ho was recalled by David and in wo years more restored to full faVor at ourt But his respect for his father had weakened and during the years of exile Ie lost what little lovo he may have had tothimCh 151C From the very day of tis reinstatement Absalom teems to have been plotting to seize time throne its motives were probably four 1 A desire to become king at once without waiting for David to die 2 contempt for the way in which his father had fallen under the influence of Bathsheba he lattbt addition to his harem and uispiclon that David would make her child rather than himself the next kin- g3a feeling that David had wronged aim In banishing him for avenging the lutrago to lila sister which according to mrnemorlal custom was a kinsmans luty to do 4 a feeling not wholly self sh that he could and would govern bet er jhan his father whose sensual life tad greatly weakened his character and made him lax in the performance of duty Absaloms methods wero thoso of the demagogue His chariots and footmen correspond to the ward politicians silk hat etc Stood beside tho gate in the road by which those having claims to present before the king would go to the palace Thy matters are ood Flattery But there is no man deputed An attempt to poison the minds of the people against tho king Ch 15712 After forty years dome manuscripts read four years If forty Is correct It would refer to the years of Davids reign if four to the years of Absaloms plotting Thy servant vowed n vow Absaloms tone Is dutiful to his father and plouttln the extreme Ho his been called tho Judas of the Old Testamaut Spies Se ret emissaries Two hundred men promIinent with Absalom but HIP general public would suppose they hadtand the effect wopld be the same Tho plot was worked out In masterly way and at the closo of this lesson seems almost certain to succeed A LITTLE VARIETY It has been decided that the new Liver pool Cathedral Is to be built of local red sandstone Abel D Makepeace time cranberry king of Capo Cod estimates his crop for this year at about 15000 barrels In the electric furnace of H Gold schmidt a ton of steel Is made from tho ore by 4000 horsepower hours of energy and from scrap Iron by 1300 horsepower hours The British and Foreign Bible society supported last year in mlssipn lands 658 Christian Bible women who live wheYe only women can take the Gospel tothelr secluded sisters The house at Delaware 0 which was the birthplace of President Rutherford B Hayes is to be down to make way for the citys Carnegie library The price paid for the property was 6850 Fifteen thousand cubic feet of tand from the dunes of Indiana aro now brought Into Chicago every day and made use of In tbe work of raising the tracks of the city In order tQ abolish grade crossings I FACTS FROM AFAR Europe has a population of 331000 000 with twothIrd of a million more women than men It Is reckoned that three out of every 135 KngllohupcaUing people have red hairWomen servants found out of doors after nine p m In somo Hungarian towns are liable to bo arrested and fined Trotn June 1 to July 1C cycles and other vehicles arc not required to carry lighted lamps at night In Stockholm SwedenPlatinum has been drawn Into wire to fine that even when placed on a piece of white paper It Is Invisible to the nuked eye A cashmere shawl docs not depreciate with ago Its coloring on the contrary becomes toned by time and gains a beautiful mellowness- On the boundary between Spain and Portugal automobiles going at a furious speed and refusing to stop have come Into use for smuggling purposes There Is a curious superstition in Yen ice that If a stronger dies in a hotel the number of his room will turn out to be lucky at the next big lottery In consequence of the charge that the food faro In German prisons docs not meet tbo minimum requirements of n rational nutrition Dr Krohnc the cx pert In prison matters has appointed a commission for tho purpose of con jultlng with reference to a more ra tonal system of feeding the prisoners GOSSIP OF THE CAMPUS OnOthlrd of the college graduates now are women Time trustees of Baldwin university at Berta 0 havo elected 1rof G F Collier acting president Nineteen men In this years class nt Yale and fully as many at Harvard nail Columbia earned all their expenses Samuel Cupplcs the St Louis mil lionaire who has Just sailed for Eu rope states that upon his return he In tends to enlarge the Washington tint versity and make It the largest school of engineering and technology In tht orld The Leeds city council has resolved to cordially support the application of the Yorkshire college for the establish ment In Leeds of the Victoria university of Yorkshire and in tho event of a charter for the purpose being granted to contribute c4OOO per annum to the funds In addition to the 1350 from tho local taxation account Prof William Henry Brown of Yale Is being congratulated on tho accuracy of a prophecy he made years ago re garding trotting horses In looking over records made he found a certain rate of reduction In time for the mile and by mathematical calculation came to the conclusion that tho twomlnutc horse would arrive about the beginning of the twentieth century ills predic ion was verified when Lou Dillon cov ered tho distance In two minutes slew days ago CYNICAL VIEWS OF LIFE Bo honest and your friends will call you rude Be pious nnd people will call you a hypocriteBe and peoplo will say you put on airs lie philosophical and people will caJi you a regular fool Bo tactful and people will wondci what you nre driving at Be sincere and people will be lure you have an ax to grind Mind your own business and people will call you so mysterious Be economical and people will say that you are too stingy to live Be cautious and people will say you are no better than you ought to be Be cold and stately and people will wonder if you are a victim of remorse Be generous and If you kjep out of tho poorhouse youll bo blooming lucky Be good and youll bore everyone till they feel like an oldfashloed collander Be confidential and people will call you tho worst old gossip that ever lisp penedBe unconventional anJ peoplo will wonder If you are better or worse than you seen MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 27 CATTLECommon 2 75 q 3 40 Heavy steers 4 CO t D 00 CALVES Extra 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 70 C 75 Mixed packers 0 45 5 65 SHEEPExtra 3 15 f 3 25 LAMBS Extra 5 35 FLOUK Spring pat 4 CO 4 95 WHEATNo 2 red 87 8GJ4CORNOATS No 2 mixed 37 RYENo 2 61 62 HAY Ch timothy mI3 25 POUK Clear family 13 75 LAUD Steam 0 324 BUTTER Ch dairy 12 M- YAPPJESFancyPOTATOES Per bbl 1 75 2 00 TOBACCO New 3 50 f 9 00 Old 5 CO j 5 65 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 1 00 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red 8YlD831j No3 spring SO 0 8- 3COHNNo2 mixed 43fi 44 OATSNo 2 mixed fi 3Ca UYENo2 IW 5- 5PORKMess 11 33 11 10 LARD Steam 6 G2j a- New f5 York FLOUR Win strts 3 93 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 88s CORNNo2 mixed f1I St OATSNo 2 mixed 42- RYEWesterut 62 PORK Mess 13 25 13 75 LARD Steam p 7 10 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 8 Y- CORNNo2 mixed P 50 OATS No 2 mixed 10 CATTLE Steers 4 CO 0 5 00 HOaSrWestcrn W 6 65 LouIsville WHEAT No 2 red 85 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 4- 7OATSNo2 mixed 40 PORK Mess e 013 00 LARD Steam 7 00 Indianapolis 8fYiCOnNNoOATS No 3 mixed fi C A PROMINENT CHURCH WORKER SAYS t FS11E OWES HER LIFE 70 PE= RVNAaI ft i lrslIlItUe I ss S sssss 1 Mrs 1 1 ultic La Fountain Trent Protected Home Circle und Catholic 1AillcK of Ohio writes from Gallon 0 al follows i Alter my tint child wat bert I suffered for several month with bearing down pains accompanied by dreadful headaches I was afraid I my health was ruined for lite and felt rery downcast about It Otto day when a friend was visiting me she tald me of Peruna and what It had done for her when she suffered with menstruation try husband procured bottle the tame evening and I began to take It dally according I to directions Before the first bottle was used I was entirely well and I you certainly have one grateful womans blessing I have also advised my friends to use It MRS IIATTlli LA FOUNTAIN 5 e4 Secretary Womans State Federa tion Says Peruna Does More Than is Claimed for it Mrs Julia M Brown Secretary of tho Womans State Federation of California vritea from 131 Yr Fifth St Los Angeles alA follows I have never known of any patent nedlcln which dill what It professed to 10 except Peruna This remedy does nuch more than it claims and while I mayo never ndvccated any medicine I eel that it is but justice to speak a good == ==IT WOULDNT COME OFF n i Had a Pace That Inilrlllblr lam prrsaed ill Who Uot a- 1Ivpsc 1 of It V Duluth attoniey recently went edit- o visit his home and the first Sunday IP was there he attended church relates i time Duluth NcwVrribuno After oerviro it visited the Sunday wnwil and saw man umiliar faces among the pupils although cry bad all crown considerably during tic tllB lie had been awa At tic request of the superintendent thIrititor aildrewed the chool and in oJllnI PB be asked if there were any present who remembered htm who hade r serum uim before The hand of a little fellow lu the front row Immediately went up 1 drrI dor Lc wild A saLificdsaute crept over the face of tile visitor lie was that thl chil Jlen tcmcmbcrcd him Now where was It you w v me be forei ho asked the who hail raised Iii hnnlIYou wan the clown in time elicits lost milliner replied the youth entbimas ically Id never forget your face Tl e Mollrlile Case Aicnln St J jm lau Oct 2uJMr and Mrs Ailliitn Mcllride and Jesse L 1 jme M J hue gone before Mr George E iluotu Notary lu Jjiull mv rn niaubcribeil to written utatcmcnlo con ruling the story of the awful illness and ulweiuetit ctro at the little son of Mr Mrs Millriilo Dr LUIMM is paticularly cmplutic la ir ktsieinent au theme not nov xr ta be a room for doubt R lo the met Itot Itu1la kidney lilb nml nnth t vfo saved the little boy s11 ran so bad that lit lied Kjiilcptlc pells which seized him with increasing resiliency He vrai eeniinaralyznl in theIand his mind wit badly Lctetl In their sworn statement Mr amid Mrs I sayTin1 lIe y w began lo use Iod lK t Cidney PilU mr boy had tweitysevcn of Iiese piIeiitic sPells or fits less than t tok c as l having them cnttwly t Tim 11 bs eunusola great f en ation nth fcjjjliVoilioo The sworn htstc I aments line the whole story I a dJaysXct gxd tnamii nto illI IL a toctorln success as they ever ccrc Vin cs i Cnllfurnln the Ilroutlfut Nowt your rhanredlc1yrntet to Califordiiiu 2500 Cintuilucled cxcunioiii on Tlio Katy Flyer rom St Ix uii on Tuesday of week Fourikt car to San KrancUco Ask f1tnrgoUortollsuite J Tho Walnwright St Louis Mo There sic who seem to think they can teach extJtIlenceN YTimen word for It because I hate found It to bo such a rare exception I have known teveral women wtio were little better than physIcal wrecks mothers who dragged out a miserable painful existence but were made well and strong through the use of Peruna I have known of cases of cbronlccntarrh whIch were cured in a short time when a dozen different remedf had bten ex perimented with and without good rlsults I use it myself when I feel nerv ous and worn out and I have always found that lie results were most antis factory JlLIA M BROWN SEOSSSJKTake Repeating a a jdealerXastr4oIalskiwS all H utll With U oue US Co 131m 3 SHOESAV1l VU D5Y iUU ipi 1HIllrJwearing WL Douglas 340 or3 shoes ruiy tllOOO tbat bare been ing yon from 8100 o g00 Tho im IIIOIIM sale of AV L HMigUxs proves superiority over ealers ovcrjwhcn1 ook for name I satoil prove there U ralu In Iberia shoe roroas It111e hlh itrrndf flit Clr taut UIr SC Wit caglIncanor tecguaIIccaf by mall IG retOs ntrIV L POLUL1H llrof kton Man PILES 4 1 AKESISC wranLatiIMINbulldlnc Mow York III co iJ p A Bad Fix When CM w ket aching from head U fOCI and with the flesh tender touch when Soreness and Stiffness mike every moUon cI tin body painful the suittt and quiekeit wty of the U I St Jacobs Oilapronutljr ItwtrmcreUzue Pr1s23c 50c rLJJIiiT5 n uru A Woman Saved From LlfeLoftf Misery and Made Happy s Land Useful rA Tfonvn confined the house for cderangementof being curedIShe had tried physician after phy I clan and remedy after remedy without any permanent improvement Her treatment had tout her husband who was a poor man hundreds dol tu lars They had been obliged deny themselves ninny comforts of life In oJ order to get money enough to pay tho physicians The woman had become weak ncrvou and wretched and scarcely able to keep out of her bed Her children werj growing up neglected and ragged cause of tho want of n mothers care lice husband was becoming discouraged anti broken down with overwork Picking up the paper one day she hap pened to read nn Item which contained the newa that Dr Hartman would treat such cases tree of charge by ISUer She Immediately wrote tho doctor describing her case and Living him all her symp toOlS J Sho soon received a letter telling her exactly what to do and what ratdlclruw and appllarccs to get She begah th treatment the principal remedy being 1PertmiO at once and In a few weeks in was well and strong again able tofo her own workSThis offer of free homo treatment women Is still open to all who may need the services of this eminent iihyelfljin 1 All letters applying for treatment will be promptly answered and lto helo strictly confidential Miss Annie Hoban Post 1ocahonlai of Yemau c Council of Red Mrri Women Branch writes front 873 Klghth Ave New York v 4 Thru months ago I was troubled Si with backache and a troublesome heavi ness about the stomach Sleep brought me no rest for It was a rcstlci sleepSTho doctor stud my nervous nvsterrt r was out of ordfr but lila prescription didnt seem reline me I was toM that Peruna was good for building up the nervous system After using It for two months I know now that It It I want to say that It made a new woman of me Time torturing symptoms have all disappeared and I feel myself again Peruna did me more good than ill thn other medicines I have taken ANNIK HOUAK- Mlsi Mamie Powell Lake Charles Louisiana writes I sincerely believe that Perunn womans heat friend for It has certainly been that to m I had had headaches I backache and other aches every month for n long time but shortly after I pan taking Peruna this was a thing oC the past anti I have Rood reason to bo Grateful I take a bottle every spring and fall now and that kwpa my health perfect and I certainly am more robustSnow than I have been before and am weighing more I do not think any one will bo disappointed In the results obtained from tho use of Ptruna 7 MISS MAMIE POWELL It you do not derive prompt and factory results from the time of reruns write at onto to Dr llartmnn Kiting n full Malement of our ran and he wilt be pleuiH to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President Tho 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