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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 6, 1903. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1903 bre1903110601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 6, 1903. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I t I 1 4t Lt L t to BREATIIITTwII i 1 I v 1I TO T3OI UTTBRMTi Of BASTBRW KMTVOAf D U I = I IVOLUME III JACKSON KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER o 1003 1 of pER6 i r = = BAffLE OF BALLOTS t z d4 Utoigo U McClcllan ElcctctLMa- or of Greater New York by R IIuiitllty of l4M BECKHAM KENTUCKY In Ohio the Ilcimbllcan Ticket Was Klcclcil bynriuralltyoflrob- n1ly Over 100000 rGov Bites Ws ReElected InMassa SameePlurality at Last Year Con tests In Other States totComplete returns from the Pity or IlmliuiBll Blvn llerrkk4 H John on nJ A plur lll for Her I IrRItIf4 C Jiflnlloueouiii U lfcnd IncludejT IInlur ant tfl rtprtStnlaUn 0 citiColumliun 0 Nov 4Tb dfmocrtttc lII2lnt I iwnunlii nt 10 p m through Cliilr VhlroUIYrrvouM rxcvftl nny plurality nor given u Buvcrnnr In Ohio anti tint the republican ntujorlty on Joint ballot In t1i Iralilature fur the lerlecllon ot H natur llunnn- HOillll bo OVIT 100 MtorColthrnnK Jnliiutoii democmt by conildcnibly nvrr ItIlIJA The plurality on joint hat lot fit over tlW In the rxl lutnrr for th tlllll11I0lbl1en Joint Imllot for hi rceleeilmt Wl i alII ami that for llnnna tills Ii Iit that majority henna put c fdl John Hhertnan In Ihe t ManIt J I59J by aptmlHtmenl front GImwhneJI alul when llannn wan elertnl fw Ihe Unrxplretl Fhermaii term ami the rim term of fix yearn riHlliiK March J ICA he hail tmly one majority aflrr the IRHOI bitter ronleil that waa ever wncel t In an Ohio legislature Senator Itpnn will hue the illMlnrMon nf havlnic i larceit ai well as the onallnt majority ot any llOOIlor rlrclnl from Ohio On eniint nf Ihn vote on five roiiftl Ulttntial ainenilmentn the counting wa tbItih all over Ohio ant when return we reerlvril they could not tH com Ixred with lho e of any proving Rtsit r tlertlon an the II munlrlp lltlea JJW impulutttHi or over hail IKTII rndl I Itfrte uiulrr u flOw municipal rIc that lMllt Inlrt Itt 11thaer and rhnlllt l thff vullliR lirrrlurtii In Ihufe reurcaiilinl 1I11l11k1lft IU Ire At 940 Il wits mllmated that thin repk Itrwn plurality woiiM not h lefii than I O Hint that It might IwaTth rrconl rIultIrlInsL kghhturoi Itnliirnt from about onethird of the lirccltifl Indkato Herrick rrpt foraeruor wilt have about LOG pity of Columbu ami shout isJlnlrlIlIn nun I Two Jt JC1Ui hp4ijenIVrr ntIirrirkiI Itir Wil bI ar all r of tha nptihttean rIrlllIlh lii I jjie county will ha elected although the tll1nn candidate will Iw Very elo e wi An hour after midnight Chairman Ulok of thefreptlbllean Ule rnttunJJlre KIVO I out t announcement f t Tuetdny tjA night thtnthe republican plurality would ViejdT50flOl that the republicans had p t and the democrat four alaln Menatrir with three district not heard front that Ihe republicans hail eleetrd 7 wpresenliitliea und Hie democrat II whit 11 i auntie not heard from na urlnif n reimbllean majority uf S3 on Joint ballot forMtialor with Ii votes not yet dolor mined The repullcani elected J U Harding In the dlitrlct Include IJutlcr Uruwn tlormonl and Warren counties all doom rriille except Warren flutter Is known In the Unto na the llhraltnr of democ racy The republican never before our rlcd this district rtlluhIIclIlIwill clve Herrlck rep for irovernor A plurality of 4CW Toledo Nov Twentythree pn lncts out of 10 In Toledo Indicate IlerrlcX will t unto 2J94 plurality sid republican led I UOOIVrem ropuli I In the Six i booth dlnlrlcl elected by 50W mnjorlly I Cleveland Nov 41 midnight Choir tnnn Salen of the democratic state enroll I live iwnflilllee ronccileil HIP eounly to l e feptihllcan hy rn in ninjorlly tin nlco conceded hIP election of Ihn entire repub llcnn county and legislative ticket At g 1 Iho tamo time Mayor Jolm on soot a IIlrrlcf1 e NEW YORK ewolk Nov i After a remarkable campaign III which there was uiiltnl I atrnlnut him nearly All of tim newspaper tutu prnellcslly every minister or religion III Hie city QcorRo R Mcrlellan son of file Ilvll war general wan elected third ilmyor of the Greater Now York over Hclh Low riulonlnt the present mayor by a plurallly of 61411 IMward M Grout was elected controller antI fhnrle V Kornc prculdcul of the lionixl of aldermen These two turn were orlclnully on the fiiidon ticket and were n tndorccd hy Tnnunany whereurmn the fuMonlMt ii took I tin mimea front Ihn 11i he I hot it and nominated other ClIIlIll lltlel It was the immhmtlcin of llrtiut nud lor ties by Tammany Hull caused thigh Me liuiglilln Ihe veteran leader of the KliiK rijunty democVHcy In bolt and declare that he wouldnt support men who were ji tint jcinocrals In npltn of lila detection 1I rr trout and Ioriies y f rrled KIIIRH county Tho mHimBemeiil of their HinpalRit there waa taken over hy Hlnle Beualor Patrick II MiOiirrcn when MclHiislillu refuved his aid c A fiirprlao wns the low vole for Win I 8 Devcty former duet of police who b run on an Independent ticket which was plveu priictliiilly no aupporl Tho reo t miltu how a Iremcmloua change of pub is Ho sentiment ninco Lows elec lion two years iign whejLJie 1011 by 31 tSS At that lime hue carried all the toJr oiiRhK hut Queens his plurality In Man hattan and Iho Ilronx being 56tiJ phil C Irooklyn Zs7b7 and In nichmond i6 In tjiiceiui Shepard dem hud a plurullty- of Ml Tuccday McClellan carried Manhattan I and the Ilronx by about 6SOOO R gain ofIf A4tItIroikIi by about 6000 R calu of 0 51000 and Queeim by about 5WW a gaIn ot t thmi 4000 Thin makes a total cgainfor Mcflellan of about 103000 as r pared IIIQ with Shepurdu vote or two IIrll111I1 Itt carried only otto mon lly about yousHhertull wan Low sent a otcongrat Cl1tluitciixey llonie Klmlra nII tllbiir Uocbett 1MtIh o wero fltctcd- 1ciurn from the diicmbly district up rLpnbhItnusInr toUr republican hiaerriulynicn In dis tricts formerly represented by demoerntx Prom many ot llle up statq assembly dls trlclfli however no reports had been re rtllIbD publicans gained slate senator In the 2M dlitrlct whore a republican succeeds Charles MeClelllind democrat who re ppolnlmtlIlho publican Tho lalui returns Indicate that the ca tihl propositIon to widen and deepen the State canals to admit of the passage of JOOO ton barges lini been carried by a majority of about 175000 The proportion carries with It an appropriation of 101 001000 I181colll1llydlR net gaul of seven In the asiembly with two districts In doubt thereby Increasing the republican majority In the state as remblyHaney Watlerioii son of Col Henry Wuilttnon of IxiUlsvlUr waII Vie fen led by II IIr cipso vOte lit trojgtyjpubiaf I Manhattan rIlevlcd returns from Urooklyn wllh seven dUtrlrls mUrlng Indicate that Bar ougli Irerldent J lVlward Bwanstroni fusion has been rneleeled by a small plurality narller returnn gave the sire linn to Mtirlln W Mttleton a McIauKh tin democrat KENTUCKY Louisville Ky Nov lIouUvllle or 11111eYerket rep tarried oulavllln and Jef fenton county at tile last gubernatorial votlIIIthe last oleelton Insures hllll R lIIaJorll of 1JWO If lilt the other countle In the klale duplicate their vole at thus laid ru tiernatorlnl election rterkhain however 111ItII JThetllrr1elllrlloripjority 1lm le 1 at KO None of the rmiliHc lii the clllrlct baa teen lienrd frvin In many of iho republlon ocuikll o litf vote 11118 fallen off grlevouMK lUiller couiilfctitan formerly Jlarrard MiOnv llradleyn home iluiji ty went demoerntlc nnd llart eount Uoltnrtcoetrd the enndldaey of Cul Murrl It SIIJWIrise iat In the Klevrmriaitrlt Jiiii iHit coine Ofii rXiieetatIuil SO tar III the return show The vol hoa been ml iou ii the tt ciecttout att fur riot Jinllotytng nf Olin las u tar RI hmnl fronu I MHMOCHATUT MAJOIUTIKS Cwmtles Monde WO Jefferson UW- Itarren 1 i1s Klmpoon Y llnrdln t 1017 Curranl tl rw llMrtiirfv ulTinlor J Trhnb I I t t I6H- Lariti J ll1 4 OOA 1 sIulitrimui GJ Vnllnllll l1 Montgomery 111 Meucfro 17 Told S1 Boone tl1ll- inirtauis 4 4- 11utlurautj ne Shelby IIIinih M5 Carroll i S0- 9IIBIUIILirMN MAJOUITf S Muhldiborr 4M- Mncoln M- Olliiton c1- Jlallrol 7v4 llurlan Incomplete ii7 lluller 13 PENNSYLVANIA IIPhlhtdeliihln ov 4itizpnt rom IhR f7 rotinties Of Ille ainte iihllpt n frcainrorgeneral and Morrison and llcudnnyon rirJudges of Iho superior court wcrr approximately the same Immense hlunll lea Hnydcr who beciNim this ohjfcJ nf crlllclum bfcatiso ns A stat neniUor Im voted for what Is popularly known Wtlio Ires Mtuxler law was apparently rut l very llllle Thn returns ludlcalo urpubrlican piilns In U counties slid den ItIIUmnteH rrAlvtd during Ihe uiigi that Hie official count will Increase thelfepubl- lcuu plurallly to Milch an extent hltrltmay exited MO1 Tho city complete gives Mutinied top for alntn treasurer UVUIS 11111 ileii As 767 Ialten pro 1151 Bmlth Hocls7 3 republlrtin plurallly 1X5W s MASSACHUSETTS j ItoMon Nov 4JollII U Kales re elected governor of7ulaaiaeittisette Tucji day by f plurality of about S7000 over 4nl rllltdilalo 5apublican Iherc wits every Indication a II Into hour Tnenlay night that the plurality of the reptihllmn rnndlilnte uvuuhda rVillHJlhoutire onlrll IU party which had three members hast- ear will IK represeiued liy otily one ik i I ineinher from llrocklon Tim sncIliottvote fell off considerably front l scar and Iho failure lo reelect Itrprairutshlye- srcy of llnverhlll one of the parly 4rauietteatprestJtliePoston Nov tHh returna rijinplete FIherep 1D0333 IastoniIcm J63C4I NEBRASKA Lincoln Neb 0J1Is l on returns from IIS prveinctH outride of Iincu lT n liOniaiiacommittee at tnldnlglit made tho claim of im election of the entire republicail plate by not Icsw than 10000 plurality claim If connkfrreil couservallve nud retlirns tendlo conHrm Itpt J oclock Wednesday morning off tflIfl J Hiilllvan dcmntralc i r uintIIat for t ho supreme bencji liy Jihn It1ulJorllYhtvn fwrrlcU this city by lsw Vul tills on majority was wiped out In the state Thn entire IIlalt ticket Is elected by msjori ki ratiglngfrem1L0o TOt 1I ta urQ lfI1PIIII ltdhWliJl AUJIJW tIfvIridi1 jig l1It 4- Llhall of the republican committee r vised ills ntulenlelU tihx t Dtirnc Wit clctte hy 10KW IOWA Des Molner la Nov 4nttUrM re reived Indicate the reelection of nOl Cummins by a plurality of C4000 an l of his associates on the republican tlrket hy substantially the same pluralities At democratic headquarters so n plu rality Is not admitted The legislature rcturno although not compete Indlcnte llttle chaiie from two yetra ago when the house contained II republicans and 18 0 riiotal and the senate 40 republic fthn and 10 democrat The democrats may gain two or titers member of thC- house NEW JERSEY rtllubllrallIn5 f the six state senators and enough of the state assembly to claim bollrhouxes The entire democratic assembly ticket was elected In ITnlon county which Is a de feat for United States Senator Keen Till republican nominees who wore favorable to his return lo the senate were openly opposed at the polls bji lie alltan enaCIlitThe liome will aland W republicans and 24 drmoeralr MISSISSIPPI Jackson Mist Nov 4From returns received at midnight It Is doubtful If Hie vole wilt reach thirty thousand The ticket heeded by J Ji Vanlaman till rblalurofnlled Htales senators Henalors II D Money and A J MuUuurln who were nominated In this August primary will have no opposition MARYLAND llalllni re Nov tAt I oclock Wed nesday morning thus returns from ftalil more city and the Maryland counties art mengcr owing lo the Icrglh of the bill iotp and uiuprefore t is mpossibhe to xc curalely estimate the result The Indica however pnnl lo lh elrtlon of lidwln Warfleld dem us governor over Rteventon A Wlllliiin rep and that the 1i 3l tulnrr which Tilll elect a Tolled Hlwten senator will also to democratic RHODE ISLAND 1imldrne n I Nov 4f midnight L1ho relurna Indicate the re elivilon of llov fiBrvln dem liy a greatly reduced Vlumllly Tbe vote Is very note how ever and tile ronult probably wilt lie In dniibi until the lat district I hoard train TIle republican stale central eommlttee claimed that later returns would over come Oarvlnn lead VIRGINIA I Klrhmnnd Ya Nov 4Tue re llinn In Ylrglnja whiCh was for members of the hembb have rentiltril In a demo cratic swetp of the stale were tots Mimesis tlio flaIl as a rule luring loft open to tin democrats At 11S oclock the outcome at the hardest taught points was still undeclde COLORADO Denver Pol Nov 4Wliit nearly full return from tIme election In this lly anti scattering returns from various parts of the state there seems little doubt ot the elrntlon of John Campbell rep for mem her ot the ouprernn court No other of fices was filled by thin years election an ttyeJjirttl rrc teE l up tt 930 p in iitilcatt the probable reelection of Pehmlli the union labor candidate for mayor by a stitch majority Partial returns from Ill products give Kohmlle 14W Crocker relu lytt Lane mien 7C6 UTAH Suit l ke Nov I Keturns from 11 of the W cliy election prelnetR give Knox rep for mayor IKC Morris dent I IW The returns indicate Morris tire lion by at toast l00 plurality KILLED IN A BOOTH- A PolItical Dispute Ends In the Murder of Two Men UrlMol TcnnjNov iA fatal cine Ion row occurrqq In an election booth t Kalrvlew Scqtt county Va Tiles day Two men were Islllcd one othor TheINickels The wpunded are J II Ca Iron snot through tho neck will tile Alexander Keys shot In the right hip Tho Irouhle arose over objections be ug made lu 0 P Roller nerving as a republican Jido Hollrr it Is claim d hart beenuselected by democratic election commissioners for service Osborno and Nickels the two dead men were democratic judges and were Brought Into the quarrel on account of their official connection with the lIre lion The two men who were killed hot Citron and Keys Iure trouble Is reared Beaten By n Mob New York Nov 1 Suspected ofthaving ubot lercnilah Hoaly a boy Arthur Patterson and Wm Black Negroes were set upon by a mob of 0J whlto mm Tuosday and beaten so badly that they bad to he taken td Ihqf hospital The arrival of two po licemen saved them front being killed Healys woimd is not dangerous Will Stand Dy the Striker Knst St Louis Nov 4t a ricct ns held in the rlty hall every organ art mcitt cutter and butcher employ pd In the plants of the Armour CotSvltt Co and Nelson Morris plod JlI thrm6hel to Ianrl tJJ the HVIr iilse employee of Chicago who art threatening to strikeci tal Row Between Whites and Blacks ike Village Ark Nov I Two pecipie are dead and three wounded as tho result of trouble between tewinVen and blackw here Tuesday which aK not sctMcd until a lynching had t ttle tl the excited people Threatened Strike AvertediChago Nov iTlie Ihrcatencd ene I ttrlko of tim ttouKyard mi nyc WUIf avcrted Tur lay by thblllrN itativeti of the packers 11It to an Inrrelun of l n ucr ieni- nlho hfi of the cunners whu went a striice jevcal days nof R1INLENA Independence iJeclnrcd nnd Co lunibinn Ollieinls Seized United States War Vessels Ordered to the Scene to Assist the Nashville In Protecting the Interest of Americans Washington NOV4ThO following cablegram was received at the navy department Tuesday night IAn uprising took place at Panama lolilght Independence was proclaim ed The Colombian army and navy officials were mall prisoners A government was to be organized consist- Ing of three consuls and a cabinet It Is rumored at Panama that a slot liar uprising was to take place at Colon 4 President Roosevelt at 9 oclock sent for Secretary Hay Acting Secretary ol the Navy Darling Assistant Seer tary of State loomIs and Ilr Adm Taylor chief of the bureau of naviga tion to come to the white house whets after a conference lasting near ly two hours orders were dispatched to the Dixie and the Atlanta on the At lantic side and the Uoston on the Pa cHic coast to proceed with all possibls speed to Isthmian waters to aid tht Nashville In protecting American in tcrests and maintaining a free traiinlt across the Isthmus In acordance with the treaty of 1846 Orders also were sent to Rr Adm Glass commanding the Pacific squadron consisting of tho Concord Marblehead and Wyoming at Acapulco to coal immediately and hold itself Iii readiness to proceed on a minutes notice to Panama When the Baltimore reaches San Domingo orders will be cabled her to go to the Isthmus If the situation demands her presence Tfio rejection of the Pana ma canal treaty IR generally suppposd to be the moving cause of the revolu lion hut no fifuVlal Information on thla subject was obtainable To a press correspondent after the conference the statement authorlrnl that the Role purpose of the dispatch of the vessels was tho protection ot American Interests and the main tenance of open transit on the Isthmus The most explicit Instructions are be Ing cabled Tuesday night to the Ante Iran consuls at Panama and Colon and to thn commander of the Dixie who will lib In charge of the Vessels on the Atlantic side to direct all their movement wlh this end In view The further statement was author ized thit the state department regards the Bllualten aa serious tuit that tha arrival oC the NashvlIIo Tuesday and the Immediate dlepatcli bfTthe other veaaetInire the proet ctiOnof Amer lean Interetls tr v t 1 t Ert Twelve Shots Were Fired at Him in Lexington Ky Without Results Lexington Ky Nov 4Twelve shots were tired at Cajit n J Ewen the star witness in the feud cases re cently tried in Breathltt county as he passed along the dark end of Walnut street Tuesday night The shots were fired from a blind alley One went through his hat and another through the lapel of hla coat but none of them touched him He was walking along with Judge W H Mann at whose homo he Is stopping and the judge had just crossed the alley In front of Ewen when the firing began Cajt Erven returned the fire Bloodhounds have been sent for arii will be on the trail of the wouldba assassin before daylight The assail ant Is believed to be wounded Ewea had remained in front of the Herald office watching bulletins of election re turns which were displayed until after 9 oclock when ho started home with Judge T F Mann As they wero pass ing a dark alleyway within 20 yards of Manns home Ewen was fired upon Mann had crossed the ajley and Ewen who was walking behind him had just emerged Into the alley The form of a man rose from behind a stump antI opened fire upon him Mann ran as hard an he could without looking back Ewes had lila hand on the handle ot his revolver as has been his usual cus torn since his experience In llrcathltt county and because of threats against his life He returned tho flre Assail and victim continued to fire until heIr pistols were empty and Ewen ran Mica Roosevelts Picture BerlIn Nov 4 Ambassador Tower who recently returned hero from a visit to the United States brought with him a photograph ot Miss Alice Iloosovolt presented by Mrs Theodore Roosevelt lo the officers of tIn German dispatch boat Alice Roosevelt Golf Champion Married Chicago Nov 1Mica Resale An tho golf champion was married at Evanston to Bernard Shra hone or Pittsburg The ceremony which II held In the Klrst rrcsbylerlan hurch was attended by over 1000 InIvited guests Encountered a Typhoon Honolulu Nov t1he trauspoit Thomas arrived Tuesday front Manlli three days late The Thomas encoun crcd a typhoon October 5 and sus tained some damage Her art bulwarks were wrecked and two iifnboals were smashed Lieut A M Beecher Killed Newport II I SuvIIlcut Alert M Beccher ordnance officer of the battleship Maine fell from tho oriturrj to hI handling room a distance of 10 feet Tuesday and was injured He died In bOUT later ft THE CHIEF OF ORDNANCE I1I1a t pOl a lRtcOmmenditlon WAshington Kov 310 old Iii navy In maintaining tht ItS guns noc essary tar the 25 battleships armored and protected cruisers and gunboats now under construction or contracted for Ilr Adm Charles ONell chief of ordnance In his annual report made public Monday reports that the navy guntttctoryconcerns and that congress appropriate 1000000 for tho general Increase ot the navy gun factory at Washing too Ho says that after a careful study of the situation ho believes this to be tho most judicious solution of a very serious situation This recommenda Lieu is not Ir accordance with tie report of tho board ot officers appointed to pus on the needed additions to tho gun factory which recommended the enlargement of the factory at a cost of nearly 4000000 and the practical mo nopoly by tho government of guii man pfacture The army has offered to manufac tore 21 SInch and 21 7Inch gutm withIin 30 months Establishment ordnance corps In the navy Is anotherIImportant recommendation duet of ordnance who says In his rc port that It is no exaggeration to say that should one or two officers now on duty In the bureau be detached with opt proper relief and proper reliefs are very hard to fluIdthe most Im portant duties of the bureau would practically come to a standstill and se rious embarrassment would follow Of the explosion on board tho Iowa last winter of otto of the 12Inch guns resulting In tho death of three men Adm ONell says The true cause will always be a mystery MOLINEAUXS DIVORCED WIFE A License to Marry Her Taken Out By Wallace D Scott Chicago Nov 3 A license to marry wan taken out In Chicago Monday in tho names of Wallace D Scott and Blanche D Chesebrougii Their ago are given In the license as 28 anti 29 respectively and the residence of both Is given as SIoux Falls S D Sioux Yells S D Nov 3 Wallace D Scott who Monday In Chicago took out a license to marry Blanche D Chesebrough the former wife nf Roland n Mollncaux of Now York IP a member of the loral law dim of Kilt rcdge Wlnans and Scott the senior member of which Is United States Sen ator A B Klttrcdgo Mr Scott Is serv ing his second term as states attor ney ot this county lie left Sioux Falls last Saturday for Chicago whero he Is supposed to have met the former Mrs Mollncaux who departed from New York on the same day that Mr Scott left this city The law firm of which Mr Scott Is a member represent Mrg Mollncauv lnher recentdlvorcc litigation in this state JOCKEY WILSON HURT An Exciting Accident In the Latonla Steeplechase Cincinnati Nov tThe steeple chase at Latonia which was won by Ed Corrigans Serge filrnlshed tin most exciting accident over seen at tho Latonla track While making the last jump In tho home stretch Trlsco turned a complete somraersault and toll In the ditch alongside of the fence From the grand stand It looked as though both horse and rider had been killed but In a few seconds the horeo was on his feet apparently uninjured Jockey Wilson was Knocked senseless and when examined by the track phy sicians It was found that his hip wtw crushed and ho was Internally Injured BANDITS WORK Telephone Cashier Held Up and Rob bed of Over 3000 Nashville Tonn Nov tWhllo Melville M Wheeler cashier ot tho Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co was at work at tho general offices of the company In this city shortly ho fore 5 oclock Monday morning two men suddenly appeared and pointing pistols at his head forced him to un lock the vault After securing sonic thing over 3000 they escaped The offices are In the heart of the city anti were brilliantly lighted at the time of the holdup Received a Free Will Offering Carthage III Nov 3 Evangelist William Sunday former baseball player who has just closed a serIes of ro viral meetings here during which G30 converts Joined the churches of Car thage was Monday tho recipient of a free will offering of 2100 The fund was raised In the several churches of Carthago Dowleltea Leave For Home Now York Nov 3 Without parade or demonstration more titan 2000 members of Join Alexander Uowles Zion Host left tho city for home Monday Only about a hundred of Dowlo followers are left In Now York and they include members of tho choir elders and suboverseers A Savings Bank For Negroes Richmond Vn Nov tA savings bank for Negroes with a colored worn an for Its president began business hrre Monday It Is under the auspices of thp colored Order of St Luke Tho pggrcgatc ot the deposits Monday was about 73000 Duke of Roxburghs Wedding New York Nov aTho wedding of Miss Goelt and tie duke of Koxburgh s to be celebrated In St Thomas church on Tuesday November 10 Robert Goclct the bride brother will five her away Sh THEHUNTERCASE- Appellate r Judge Settle Dissolved Judge Faulkner Injunction Louisville Ky Nov 5 Appellate Judge W K Settle sitting in special bOHsion here Monday night dissolved the Injunction Issued by Judge Faulk lied enjoining the county clerks of the Eleventh district front placing on the ballot the nanic of Dr Oodfrcy Hun tcr as thb republican nominee for con cress at a special election to be held November 10 Tao decision practical ly leaves the case where It was when the tight for tho seat of the lato Vn rent Uorcing began The Eleventh dis trict committee Monday night at Lon don Ky rertlflpil Kdwariln as the nom l j ennlii Hunter took an appeal to Ilia ntato central comiulttce As the sai central commlUto does not meet utuit November 1 In loulMille It now seems Impossible for cither of the republican contestants to gut their names on the ballot no matter how the committee I may decide It would lake at least three lays to reach the clerks of gome of the remote mountain counties In the district and certify the nameibf tho successful contestant leaving only thing more days III which tohave the ballots printed and distributed Some of the counties have no printing pressed In their borders SAVED BY OFFICERS Jacob Dlshop Narrowly Escaped lynch- Ing at Louisville Louisville Ky Nov 1Jacob Utah op who had murdered his wife In a populous district of Louisville had a narrow escape from lynching nt the hands of a mob Tuesday night and was only saved by otllcors whom he had previously attempted to kill 11311011 shot lila wife five times The woman thou instantly Two policemen stalled to arrest Ulntiop but he fired several shuts at tJfni The officers wore notv lilt anti Hfsliop surrendered after his Ammunition was exhauster The mob was close behind and nun irrlHR by this time about one hun dred men made a rush to tale tho nrlsoncr front his captors and hang him The olllccra backed fur two suuaros with their pistols livening tio crowd soil Just as tho mob was cia Slag In a patrol wnson arrived Hlshop was thrown Into It and hurried to the county Jail KIDNAPERS NEAR LOUISVILLE Two Little Girls Were Taken From 1i v Residence of Their Aunt 1t J j Louisville Ky Nov IHcssle Ijij and Maggie Lay respectively I and 7 years old were kidnaped Saturday cv citing from the residence oflholr aunt sirs Rharlos Miller on tho Hardstown road A stranger gave them candy and alter placing them In a buggy In which a woman sat closely veiled drove away They web pursued by Charles Miller Tames Lay the atlie of the children Kermrcd their custody witch ho obtained a divorce from his wile two years ago Sho denies any knowledge of tho childrens where abouts PISTOL DUEL IN LOUISVILLE Democratic Judge Badly Wounded By the Republican Sheriff Louisville Ky Nov 1In a pistol duel In tho voting place ot the 89t precinct of the Eleventh ward at 13t and fJieen utroots Tom Kite tIm e doiuocrallc Judge was Tuesday after noon shot through the head and proba bly fatally wounded by Jacob Krlcgor HIP republican sheriff William Stevens tu republican judge was crossing the street lo onto r tbo polls when Klley opened fire on himJacob Krleger the republican sher lit who was Inside the voting place says ho believed that Stevens life was about to be taken and he opened fire on Klley Krlcger was subsequently released on 500 hal State College Defeats Georgetown Lexington Ky Nov 3 Kentucky State college rolled up a score of 51 t 0 0 against Georgetown college cIfto iforgctown Ky At thn end of the first half time score stood 34 to 0 State college was scheduled to piay Cumber land university here Monda but at 9 oclock Monday morning time latter I team cancelled the game The game with Georgetown was hastily arranged Convention of Womens Clubs Covlngton Ky Nov 2The memo hors of tho Twentieth Century cKii will assemble In convention at thI Trinity church November 11 and 12 It was the Intention to hold the con vention In time auditorium of the nc public library butt the structure wl not bo completed by that time A I largo number of notable women from throughout the state will attend The Election In Darren County ilusgow Ky Nov 4Returns from all of the precincts of Darren county shea Coekham and the state ticket 303 and Hclkuap 1896 lleckhamd majority 1330 Stunners democratic candidate for representative had ira opposition Burglars Made a Haul lalsIhpidware btorc and with a weight from sealed broke tho doorof the Iron safe and took 209 dad several checks The clerk were at supper at the time A UNIQUE DISTINCTION For the Third Time Beckham Will Be Inaugurated Governort Frankfurt Kyf Nov 1When GoY Bcckham of Kentucky is again a Icstf c tthreelieutenant governor he succeeded to the position upon tile assassination i the late Oor Goebel but In accordancd P with tho state constitution could not nerve out the nnexplred term because Got Gocbcl had not been In offlco a year The matter war again referred to tho voice of thopeople and bo was Heeled to fill the tin plredterm sflie rJias just been rccfectcd jIt has not been tbtistointoro 0 kIIIlow Beckham8 predecessors have been so honored In fact besides tio present Instance only the first two Isaac Shelby and James GarrardiavO served more than one term i llppHORSEMEN5 John E Madden Charley Hughes Eo R Bradley and Others Lexington Ky Nor 2iJohn 17 Madden owner of llnnrfoiirg Place left hero Sunday night after a flying visit to his stud anti started for Washing ton where a portion of his stable Iv now located preparatory to lheBeh7 nlrig meeting lie will race him Capital city On the ame train went ltgIeI j I for the santo destination Among other visitors of note In the grade world to this city Sunday wits E H Ilradlcyi the well known bookmaker J and owner Ho came In Sunday morn Ing and went out to the track to watch the youngsters work which developed nothing of a sensational character anti the owner of Bad Now Peter Paul and other good ones left again Sunday night for Latonla Cigar Makers Union Loses Newport Ky Nov 3The caso ot Josephine Holtman against Robert An stead Henry Becker Oeorgo Dalhclm John P Heldel and others officers of the Cigar Makers union for 200 Cpr benefits was tried by a jury In Judge mornlnJJ1iedefcndants was out of work for eight weeUilpre vlous to his death that be received all ieIho benefits duo him and that he had eon dropped from membership be cause of arrearages In dtics Tho IIh lntlIlenlI tboallgatlonannllI1f bJury brought In a verdict for the full amount claimed by plaintiff Kentuckian Injured in the Wreck Louisville Ky Nov 2 trying Long who was Injured In the Big Four wreck in Indianapolis is the son oC George W I OUR one of tho wcnlthkrt and moat prominent business men in irtho city He was graduated rom tho high school home several years ago and whllo attending tho school was consid ered one of the most valuable mem bers of the football eleven He is well known and very popular limon the younger members of Louisville so ciety Forest Fires Subdued By Rain Huntlngtoir Ky Now 3Forest fines which have been raging In tho southern section of tho state especial clIlnhiliIll timable damage were Monday sub dued by the first rainfall In six weeks lIngo has suffered most heavily and half a dozen towns wero threatened His Eyes Burned Out Ellzabethtown Ky Nov IIC tho 4yearold child of J P Abcrll of St Johns lives ho will be bunch Tho holIes of Mrs Abcrll anti the baby sic vainly attempted to save tom a hummIng building were taken to lipuls vllle The fire was duo to a gin ot kerosene exploding The Payment Is Due Louisville Ky Nov 2IIIIlloutof J25 is duo Monday on yearlings en tcrcd In the Louisville nursery stake bo run at Churchill Downs next spring The stake Is worth 6000 antis the most valuable 2yearold event run In the west Died From His Wounds Frankfort Ky Nov 4 = Henry Chapman colored died Tuesday afternoon from a shot received In a general light among Negroes who were corralcd in a house on the west side ot the city by politicians Killed By a Train Clay City Ky Nov 4Jim JotUr lplitWaltersvlllo Ky anti Instantly killed The supposition Is that he lay down on tac track Hunter Accidentally Killed Visalia Ky Nov 3 Joacpli Her ringer jr son of Joseph HcrrlnRer president of the Alexandria bank ami tie Campbell County Insurance Co while hunting Monday near Graptn Lick set his gun against a tree It fell and blew his brains out A Duel With Shotguns Owensboro Ky Nov 3ln a sfiul sun duel Monday night JakqKclth was killed and Karl Taylor was mor tally woupdcd Tho fight occjnrrcd st Now Holland a mining town nnar here Doth men had boon drinking A J f p x= + THE BREATHITT NEWS J WISE HAOINS Editor t Friday November 0 1003 JOHN D WHITE- r C a u y Q r Room 003 Kentucky Title Bldg t Louisville KyJ Will practice In State and U S Courts Buys and sells Heal Estate Keeps Rood list of Farms at fair prices Spe Yefal attention given to Oil Coal and 1 Timber Jandi Reports values on application Director for the New Era I Land Company tIrCirculation more then HUNDRED copies 1FOURTEEN WE will accept advertisements on a guarantee that our paper line tmbrethan twice the circulation in t Breathitt County of any paper 4 published WHITS the matter with FroI zen 1 Let Walter Day answer I I Lewis Spicer is elected n mom her of the Legislature from this District Who sent tho soldiers to Frozen last Tuesday and what were they sent there for 1 To the votera of Frozen pro 4 cinct How did Back get 149 t Callahan 158 and Spencer 155 votes there last Tuesday The offenders against the elec r tion law should bo indicted and convicted Will the Grand Jury i take the mattert up- I A fair election was held in two thirds of the precincts this year WherijMB we have a free ballot and a fair count in the other f third MILLERS own precinct repndia ted him and his Midnight Ticket st Tuesday The people there Rare for tluTright See vote on an other cylumn If it takes from 4 oclock in the evening till 3 oclock in the morningto count the vote of a of takelto count it without soldiers THE Law and Order Ticket though counted out have cause to be proud of the race they made lust Tuesday In all the precincts where a fair count was had they jiii ahead of their expectations which shows that the people are for law and order But the ticket was counted out in one precinct whore they least expected it The most glaring frauds wero I committed in Jackson No 2 Oak dale and Frozen Had the people been allowed a free ballot and n lair count in these three products IItheresult would have been quite differentWe not discouraged The people have shown that thay area for the right which will finally prevail ANOTHER election has passed and the will of the people as ex pressed at the polls has been set nside by a few men at a few pre cincts The election as far as wo have ttecu able to learn was fairly conducted at Jackson No 1 J J5 Lewis Georges Branch Clay Hole Lewis Fork Spring York and Hunting Greek precinct which gave A L llagins 137 ma jority Ho carried Frozen enough to offset Backs majorities in Jack i son Nus 2 and 3 and Crockotts ville goingto Oakdale precinct with a majority of 137 and who believes that that precinct went that much against him But ho was robbed at Frozen by one whoI traitored hint and his ticket I the will of the people was thwarted by those who counted the vote at one precinct and A L llagins was robbed of the office the gave himIWANTED To buy jMiplar lugs for veneer work 10 inches unit up any cashIWJw OlliSONI 4 John D Strong who has been living across the river in Capt Collins house I I will move back to his old home on Elm 1 street tomorrow 1 CORRESPONDENCE From This and Surrounding Counties by our Special Correspondents 3 3Z TROUBLESOME Uncle Anse Smith Is at the point ot death n Aunt Matilda Roberts Ia very lowr bDornra hIUchnrda visit Squire John Smith has taken a log Ing job on Pigeon Roost CIhisit guy time Among those presentd were Misses Amy Smith Pegg Arieiaa Holliday Betsy Jones Laura Ann TonesnUncle Sieve Noble and wife passed through here Sunday en route to Jack son to visit their sonln law W M Stacy and wife have returned from Gill 8 Fork where they had been visiting their sonIIIJIhThe school at s pro with Miss Smith as teucherrTORRENT Mrs Ella Ashley of Ridgewood June tion was visiting her son Carl Ashley at Elkatawa last Thursday Mrs A M Stiles returned home from Cincinnati Mh Mary Gilley of Zachariah returned home from a visit to Lexington Mr Joseph Gilley has moved lid tam fly to Zachariah A K 6f P lodge was organized at Ridgewood Jast Saturday with a membership of 25 Mr Jett Adams of Zachariah was in Lexington last Tuesday Rev Chas Morton of Louisville Mt here with his mother Mondayd Mr Steve Tolson of Ridgewood was In Lexington Tuesday He paid a visit to the Asylum and wee informed that Mr Vunderpool would be discharged Intla few weeks 30 Mr Ella Ashley Mrs W A Jones Msss Bertha Jones and Mr Earl Ashley In spent Tuesday h II chelterI S E Taulbee has been very low with fever Jesse Taulbee of near this place li very low with fever Cora Taulbeerof near here ft very low with fever W A Taulbee Ivery low with fever Jesse Canter of Eitill county visited here this week 12 Jerry Taulbee dismissed life school last week Ills father is very sick nom to Mr und Mrs Lykms a twelve pound boy 3PerryI Finley Bowllng hall reopened hula as school on Gays Creek Irtii Arthur Morris a promising young man of Guys Creek attended church on North Fork last week Mr Joseph Begley the young lawyer of Unys Creek has quit the bar and gone to logging Mr Willie Gay hUll r eturned from a vllt to llyd n M W Bowling d Cu have contracted their timtar to Air Fielder yBro are hauling logs to a finish lion John D White the Indipendenl Candidate far Congress passed here A few days ago Mr ElIjah Bowling wets thrown rromtJ a horse a tow days ego and r s very painful Injury on the head I LAURA Amanda Gay U very low with con sumption John Gay bought a farm from 0 B IanncaIt a boy nt Orvllle FosII saas sasasEs asEs2sasas a fri FLOYD DAY president- FPVWAWFORDrn Vice President Dr Steel bits nt lost but one patient this summer John MoKlnays Italic Fox aged i4 years started on visit to Owsley Clny Urenthltt and counties to visit his children and sisters and unruly friends Your correspondent on returning from your fawn was glad to find la six boys null six girls enjoying good health Mlu Lizzie find La urn Fox made a visit to their uncle Win Fox in Eitill unty Edward WInson got bit by a mad three weeks ago lie weal to the tend stone nnd It stuck for six hours it did no good nuil has now gone and it is a horrible sight to see him WAR CREEK Mrs Semathla Henley wife of Lee died Oct JR and leaves a end two children Granvilie Gross and wife moved to Sturgeon test week Jacob Osburn and sun are hauling logs Lee Ilensley raised a pumpkin that measured 47 inches round p ROBBIKS 11 Julia lays daughter of John Hays returnek home from South Quicksand where she list been teaching wliool- Mr Stephen Frazier passed through here en faire to Jlagorfln twhere he- met a frlegd Kash Williams returned from a pro tractdd visit and gone to work Dr D L Hash and wife of CJampton visited CY Williams on Quicksand Jhe poet week rGrand Lodge F 4 li- The Masons Grand Lodge of Ken kq aonpftjed In Louisville October 003 this being Jja 103rd annual communication The Judge ppaned tin New Masonic Temple known as The Jlnfonlo which building was recently completed nt u poet of J250 000 The following Grand Lodge officers were present John W Lnndrum GrAndMaster Gwpn P Thomas D G Master Rowland H0ay D 0 Warden yreFIfJames 8 Chauler GChnplln C- olul1J8i 4 Hudyer A G Secretary J M Andrew G S Deacon II E Staton G J Deacon Wm Ryan G Marshal Dave Jackson G S Bearer J SKinnelGP Joseph T Davis G Tyler The Lodge was then opened In the rd degree for thud transaction of bus The first thing In order was the Grand Masters report His report was follows There ore about 23000 Masons In Ken lucky in good standing and that Masonic work was Increasing rapidly The following Grand Lodge officers were elected fur the ensuing year Owen D Thomas G Mof Louisville It II 0 Ri D G 3or Morgnufieia Joe Gnrnett G S Wof Morganfledl Samuel K Peach G J W Carlisle Juhn II Luther UT Louisville Henry B Grant G S Louisville lames W Roberts C 0 Walton Joseph T Davidtoii G T Louisville Jiiines lodger A 0 S Frankfort On Tuesday the procession WAS formed march to New Temple when It was- edicated in Ma oolo Honor to the Slate of Kentucky by Grund Master J W Lundrum The nudge yu then closed to meet ugala in put blr 1901 B IISTI nXlgReprescntrllve fur Hreadillt L dge No 010 If you want a flrst claas shave when Hazard go to D B Sally 52S2S22525ES2525 J SAMUEL HEAD JH flashier ROBTVANAUSDALLAsstCash n fi I JACKSON bi SIT BANK Jackson Kentuckym rn Piir- Surplus Capital 1500000 105000 MMMM We tolleit tite Banking Business and accounts of Lumber Manufacturers Timber Dealers Business Men- Merchants I Farmers I Throughout Eutarn fcutusky and oTar our uatoiuers the inoa LIBERAL TERME3Within the limins of legitinmto buaiiiesfl uuM uICOLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY r 1 of ruu THE HAZARD fill BAPTIST INSTITUTE Will op- enJANUARY 4 1Q4Wp hopp to Jiavp our new hiildingrp1lJy b this time It will an olegant building wonalstlnig of five well iiruished rooms two halls set nn oflloo Tho fnoulty will consist oftFive First Class Teachers Special attention will be given to the pre tar anon of teachers for work while fjtjjjjr Departments will not bo neglected He l UQIIIIln Sejjool Branches tho fol lowing tEl bolnnght Monm ics to andincluding firstlJlirt of TrioRoinetry- tl sh pp to JIistqr of Lmerwan lfgltlcs1s l GCQgrnJ1hy Ant Science PsypliQlqgy lsio tc f lililoli PPP Mpith Frpiiir H 1 lq 2 Aoarfl TnPllldJng Fnpl LjgitstEtc SJ7 tp 2- IirFor fijrthar parKfllllnrs pajl fin or liuhiress A S PETRELtto ORE v F DAVIS RR KENTUCKY ar a h Ii JI M A4 fheI to FOR SALE AT Day Bros Co For H Dad Colds If you have n bad cold you need a ood reliable medicine like Chamber loIns Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve it and to alloy the irritation anti nflamation of the throat and lungs p For sale by Day Broi Oo 060 will buy a Rood Elgin or Walt a ham watch of S D Fleenor call on him when 5n need of anything In the jewelry line for an THE BREAD MAKER has no fears of the result when using yjansfields Flour Ita whf4to and has the natural taste and avor of llie wheat berry takes bet er- lvhlter healthier bread than yju lpvi Meen using because it It ipjftad froffttypfrFfl wheat and milled In the right w yQp the best equipped roller flour mill In Kentucky Let a 25lb aqk of BEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN LILLY talk to you It will be more convincing titan a barrel of words Ask your grocer for it It C MANSFIELD SON ROSSLYN KY orJFoundara wplcji near tie town Jackson Owner can have tame by proving property sort paying for this notice CLOTHES FOR sip MEW Crerrthlnir from HaU to Shan lla- to n Jlnde Sprclallr for 1k Extra Large Ora A giant wanting to refurnish his wardrobe In Chicago would probably hue to have most of his outfit made order although by n judicious hunt- Ing round he might Stud many things ready mvc on tale that Islf be wer not too much of a giant says the Chi sago Tribune Most of the department and ready made goods stores do not carry men shoes in a larger size than 12 The biggest hat U seven and threequarters in derby and soft styles while Iii ttllc and opera hats seven and onehalf Is the largest In socks 12 is the largest size and in shirts 17 and 18 Fat men have made It necessary for the stores to carry a size of collar far in excess of the size ordinarily worn many of the carry size No 10 in collars In gloves nine and a half is the biggest carried in most clocks People who policemenknowlice department would be considered glanUpperhundreds of 6huc coated guardians of the peace get shod One store tnakej speclslty of shoeing the police department sad it carries tines thatrun- In title up to 14 Almost all of the Chi sago coppers can get tilted in this store but some few require even a bfg ger shoe than II and these must have their shoes ordered for them from the factoryThe policemen who hove hands to Imatch their feet liave u favorite glove ranging glove that he could wear The electric lights were turned on Ihe first lime in jAckton lost WedJ nesday night Now let the streets b paved and Jackiun will look morn lili uptodnle town This is the j HANANnShoe l Day Bros oM I il r tI I r 0 I5i lltf it Day Bros CdiTr tlzN Have the most complete stock of ru ft GENERAL K f tS MERCHANDISE i Ever brought to Jackson Consisting I c I Jl r9N I JIIDIJjI ods trM 1r 1 d NouIrotriuci HgtS Hoes Ve have the Finest ine of SHOES in atern jentypky vir mens shoes arc f the Latent Stler For the Ladies we have mostj ast ionabt 6Qt of hoes money t1 coi Id buy njllinery Goods Tls Department is under the man ag whoIcaj you Tie Latest Style Hats duct from New York City Also FaSHIONABLE DRESS GOODS FreshIt frrn the Eastern Marketsi fyou need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE w are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every bodytCome and see us ourUIIIIItIl1111I I11111U11111U1llf11JIII1111iNlllttHl1tI11111W3t1111111Nf itRitff fff1fIIIMf Prices Are AH Riqh I tIIIIUlIIUIIIUI N iiiuiuuiiiiiiuiwiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuijjwiMHuimmnimniHM tt r ay Brose Cgr v3c l I JnI t Co 4- y 111 a if 1 7tJLt tt4j 1p p 1- o+ J JrH r6 i W1J 0 ot bLrw-4 dl t t 01rI1t i L J4 i t ti j T 1 n J or II V I PRICES TALK SESHSH 5HSHS3- OUIl1W STOCK OF CLOTJ1ING 1SC1- IAitGEIIIAT i Ill WEKE UNABLE j i TO MA11K THE CUT PRICES ON j I Arr OUR GOODS IT WILT PAY I YOU TO WAIT C o i r KELMANt It 1 Jackson KentuckyC s y JIa i rttt t x OT I ri 8 tu t 4 If Ii i7 i t If 1 JII 1 aIt q- a j I T The rCAth1tt eWS = l illiHli l Uvcry rhll1 = rij PPE Nq qP MJLCirculation inure tlu 1kItundred copies tre selling lit 16 coifs dozen t lrlmrt mll is le- rttla rev tog comt GI sang le ltioietlai rr anti p6 0cf yr rolIId IIfIIii l lluratl mil Olmpton11I- hfro allvltlii IPNTI Call ontqrthl bolt meats nnd vegetable eiigwvlnu to du i tjf you IIUVP nn ft U Flcenor W ft Eubank of KhldvIUetis tentllnji Qour tide week and fitted testedhave your eyes B D leenor Jewelar and ptiplan John Brown of JambruT va hereon tlusluese Irst week Voa cartgot the belli banji und Intho con at Edward k Son came from Uoie Hill IllVaThursday morning when he returne W J Gibson of Norton Va Is the market lor limber lends Write him what you Love 82fl2m John M Snowden wllo Is located Vanceburg with A tie company is Y itln g Isis family at homo loin fn daysAll See S D Fleeiior for ul kinds of watches clocks arid Jewelry repairing i prices reasonable II Lynch line moved io Slate llranlohto r on Quicksand whore he and his eon engaged ht tho lumber business Pure bred 1ekln Ducks I dian Game chickens and Belgian lIure1 for sale by M k M HAOIWK Jackson Ky ra Mrs B J Ewen has purchased of Copt Henry Collins his house and lot 1wtime depot Consider 11600 S D Fleenor hoi just received the nicest line of 1817 Rogers Bros bUvoI1 J ware ever brought to Jackson Ing of knives forks tea dessert table end souvenler spoons Call and exam i ine them In a difficulty between Curt Qrous i end Zoke Spencer on Mill Creek last Tuesday evening both were killed Gross was shot and Spencertut with a knife J MBF f f I at tffm 01 lelemta t1 ln aci ton precise No 2 nnd 0 kdale had not been received by the County Clerk on Friday morning although the law re quires that they should be received within two dajg otter tho electlun One red iH VljIWuI elf pow with ono eye opt Ise a telfer abput 18 monthf old Fipijef will pease no tify o Uoll ackdcyly- tit rill IYii IIuvoTIiein Tho bqlllllulIO tq lsn o bonds tq tho amount of 4SOQO to pavo tho streets the town of Jackson carried almost unlllllll1045ly It is now up to the Board Trqstpdt o issue and sell tho band peyo QtF 6trpots We an kllOw- how inuddy our tre 0t Ret In A inrenlti fur Homo Ono A ncp small Form In Lee county for sale PuFkl SamP0r place Illlflijingryi gr foiling water well fenced Price tlonallte and terms easy For particu lays ppy to SAM JETT byWlnnster Kv Dccla oil o 0 D C Edwards has been declared the Republican nominee for Congress In 11th Dlstrjot by 0 Ih lull tary of State He tornjery declared Hunter tho nuinluee but he says that 1 he thinks the decision of the Commit ten of the Uth District should prevail and they have decided In favor of Ed Inwards Vajrons Por Sno J tWe have received a p r load of Weber wagons King u and before you buy eUewhera w e would respectfully ask that you and examine our wagons Mr N Combs will be pleased to show you at iii y time COMIJB PO nra- CnAh Cmuhlimtlon Offer By our llmrnl IIMHI with tho b Ushers of otlmr p1IRrs we pre to furnUh you two pup ic4 fur a little more thnn the prior of one Weaau ensaVe you money on tiny paper you wish to iBku 110 will furnlnh ynu TIIJ3- BRBATIIITT COUNT NfiWS nnd either of the following ColirinrIourntl et1euleville Herald Chicago InterOcean Cincinnati Enquirer Lexington Lender 111110 and Farm or New York TribuneFarmer One Year For Only V 125 No one should be without a paper when he can buy two of the bust In the country for io little money I T Ir IcU II 1lnt iryTJHiiiHbirliiHn imiieli 1I1II11hIIlIlills Ihpy ivll wt mnltilt Ijie Itnpirslakru in r nttI tllllj Leeti lllmrlK 1I ibis Isciiu will In fniiiid Jilt ad- Verliremeill lit LeelC v7Rtill Iivil engineers lId nirrcyorit ttho Inivo 1111filof time firm It from HiinUuKlun W Vn nod Ills work In Wet AfiKiuin nud In this vicinity ha+ linen ntl fuclorj Mir H Beurl needs no Introduction to time people of Umitlilu aunty Mr Leele fnnilly will jutu him here and iliosit vim hud the pleasure jr meeting MM Leal and her Interesting little diitiglittrVlrKlnln will bo glad to know tint she will niiiku Jackson her fiiino li me The West Jtomcdy For Croup Till it Iliu mliMtn when the wnninn tlu knows time beet remedies fur croup U In deiiuind In livery neighborhood One of lilt most torrribla thing In the world lii to bo awakened In the middle of Ilia night bII wlmOji the children The croup as n IuvlliverI le sure to bo lout in CII ttf burglor There used to be an out fashiouKd rem edy for cnnii known UK hive syrup and loin but tome mudlrn mothers any SuetChnnmberlulns Cough Kemedy Is helter nud duet nut cost mo much It onuses the patient to throw up the phlegm quicker nun glvo relief In nI shorter lime Give this remedy nt 101111 as the croupy hough appears and it will prevent the attack It never fails and Is pleasant and sure to lake Fur smile by Day Bros Co Who Was Ho It Is roported thnt an attempt was made to nnflimip Until HIf IJwen at ieItig aims liU fupwlny night nbQlI1I 0 ocluuk Ile find JndgH here down nt the llemld suffice readlnp limo elections rettiriM nud lut about 9 oclitnk On their rot urn dome b Judge Uaimfoii Walnut utreet where Oipt Eweii boanled and when they had reached n dark nlley about ICO yard from Judcn Maiing house Onpt Eiven trail Hrrd on by n roan secreted Ltih I ml n pot la the alley Ono bullit plerclug his lint nml untidier time Inpel of his coat weti rei11p the fire IiI t Ile4 resijlti Is imknown as nstaisin Ilns qut been found rout a hiuidkercllet tritil blood oil it win found IIT tile police in file Ilh y thlch lends then1 tq elieyo lqt hp nssas stn iTh lllI1drI11 JUST V1IAT YOU EID- ClhsulhcrinlnMStomneh nod LIv cr Tablets When you fuel dull after eat Ing When you have tio 1111111J lteIWhen you have a bud taste In your a incuihMlien your liver la turpti Minn yoW bowels are constipated Wlioii you bae n headache When you feel blllctis v They will Improve your nppelltoj cleanse and Invigorate Vnur stomach arid regulate your liver nnd bowels Fur sale liy Duf Urns h Plrqilt Cqurf Oircut Ooqrt began here last Mon day Tile following Grand fury was eiipnneed John B Hays Q I Hack Usury Sheuherd LO Piilhoun Hu runi Mulljns ir Williams Henry Hoiu hell Vm Johnson Pearl Comb I JohnfAfterttielnstriioUons to tho Grand Jury Oourt adjourned till Wednesday morning on account of the election On Wednesday morning the follow IrIng petit Jurors were empaneled Wm Uelcher John Anderson W H May Robert CundlfT Alex Herald W 11 Gabbardr Sam Davidson Leo Stron- gn M Ifirbes lid Stamper Tell Chambers Jolla Taqlbee Miles Hack Van Mar tin II It qlbrook Pud Howard J M- la ItUnec Le + rl4 WnJWH Calvin White James 1atrlckJack UrYltl1t Will Oonly Muck Fletcher and Alfftd Sprang Notliiniltit mlsdemeniioicascs have bqan trlqi A F Byrd pommotiv wealths Attorney being absent T T Cope wens ajipoiuted Commonweallhd Attorney pro tout goodIrwill sop cheap IOn4IN COMBS A Co I wnnh tk Sun sell sliced haUl IJ pound 11t 5f IfBRlna are iov prepared to furnish Eqmo line pair trios or Intlilinhecostafno more to keep piro bred towels IpunIIi mweigh moon six to eight ppundi the roosters front seven to eleven pounds IjJOQ to I oan on good real estate security Pull tin nr ndilte + AHREn IlonunTS bleIntCreek Ky We buys received cnr load of tin naulm Suit apd pro selling bushels tort U5 ORAIX noun 3 Co S2525252525il52525252 IEETE BKURISr CIVIL KNGINKKUS AND SUIIVEVOIW trompt AitHiitlou Bivfii io all cluissHj of work Md SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OFFICE I JACKSON II 1 N1UOKYc SSSSSt 11Ij BLACKDRAVGMT FORCONSTIPATION moreIrelievedIfmrrp that ha is allowing opoisonous filth to his dam ho would soon jjet relief Constipation invites all kind of Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ailment when consU patedbowelsarorelieved Thed JJ1ackDraughtthoroughlrcleana and natural manner without the purging of calomel or other vio orlglnalJlcdidnoCo25 cent lUd SIOO packes LtekDraaghtlaohlahly1keepllnm n cird It hr helmit Un JAn 1 never gave my children any other laxttlit 1 think 1 tll14- enr If able to Mork irlthoat It I tbletroubledeuhSoar t + keepaCeapHeFARUSD A The Weekly Inter Oceanti + n member of the K oolated Press the only Western New pnper receiving be entire Telegraphic News Service1 ol tliw New York Sun nnd Special Cabe vi- I lit New York World dnily repair fnnn over 2000 special corregpi t throughout the country YEAR = =ONE DOLLAR Subserlbo for THE BREATHITI COUNTY NEWS and The Weekly Inter cJcoen onq year both papers for I12S eAM tRI qIf3 Ttb C IWtatIally Pcnrless Conslstentlj Republican News from allot the world Wellwrit ten original Stories Answers to queries Articles on Health the Home New Hooks and on Work abop iie Fnnn and Garden z2Ihull Fuzes and qualities ot walnut loge Also poplar and white rak logs 2i Molt 9i nnd up Delivered la the railroad and on banlof rifer Wm Inspect and measure at potty fhc and pay spot cash Addrei JAS W THOMPROX Station N Oinotnnntl Ohio FARMS FOB SALE We have for ache mnny desirable I arms In Central Kentucky especially u Unrion nnd adjoiniiip counties To+ e farms range In acreage from II 5o to 509 Acres nnd in prices from lo to 60 Per Acre Some of these places aro Itich Itl Gras Farms and others hirer and Creek Bottom lauds We here excellent facilities for how ing these farm and would be glad to show theta to those who are Interested If you are thinking of guinto Oklahoma Texas Arkan sas or to the West in Search of a Home Write us and we will forward you information regarding these different States Wo are In a position to obtain the very lowest railroad rates and to go along with you show you any of tIe u coimtriu Your correspondence III solicited and will Lave our prompt at tendon Cpntrnl Ky Real EstntoCo Lebanon Ky Rj Lr YOUNG i Secretary ant Treasurer lo 2 1rtIdnv person or persons cutting down Chestnut treys for the fruit nr usher wine cutilnu timber or ir nin hIR on the lands of ilifi Kentucky Union Com pagytin fliT Lnml OIIPHHV tlip OftirRpV Uiniipli Oniinel 0inl 0 iinpany or the Lot Creek Coul iiiipnnyin Breathilt Perry Powell Iep Wolff or othnr countlus In the State that IIUlIr hove properly Inc will be Indicted for suck plteiiies IIII profecied to the extent Ilr tilt law b1GrutGfIIIj11111 IInilrerTalnll WIU1h41 i1tourtaihipulifrjutnniw u- t I ciul audltTtitblIiand + ln lisatrn- trut ah8 pt II 1 j rnIIn Ky i szs s szsisa5rT3asrs2 2 r =Criterion jJ mof Fashion M The Liitcst and n Best It Wo Ilnvo Now a hull and Complete Lino of araua znwaaewwmi READY TO WEAR HATSIf Also Some of tin U HANDSON1ESTDRESS HATSoilu MJI Ever bllOII in Jtleksoll Tho Choicest gt Line of Notions you will Hud by Call ring bli US Boforo Buying Elsewhere RES1E1FI LJYID E PETERS RAMSEY f IllxitKYN W c522575cS I n How It Is to Be Spent at the Worlds Fair MAQNIFICENr STATE BUILDING Kentucky Only Wuiiti One Tenth as Much UK lI rr Uuu hter to Ad Vertl e a Wealth of Prodnota and ICesourocs Quite us Great I Missouri Is spending one million dollars upon tho State exhibit at tho Worlds Fair The State Commission well organized Is pushing the work in every department The State will appear at Its best lu all tho great ex hibit palaces of the Exposition Since Missouri is to act as hostess to all states the Commission experts to have the finest state building ever erected at an exposition It will cost with Us furnishing and landscaping about 9230000 The building is over 300 feet long and has a magnificent site on a hill Southeast of the United States Government building Work was begun on thli building early In MayThe collection of exhibits has been in progress somo time Specimens of this years crops throughout the state will be carefully stored until ho true for Installation Oar of corn for example gill bo wrapped In tissue paper that It may lose none of Its valued qualities before It Is placed OT display Fruits will be placed i1 cold storage as the soaon progresses In order tha ply Varieties may be Includ ed In 1 exhibit next yen In mho Wvo StwK department the Missouri W11l wilt take a prominent part Among the mules will be seen the largest mulo en earth a thyee yearold mare belonging tQ Michael Murry of Heyefors She Is 18 hands n ISOUII SHTI tunno a xmese4 J high ur six feet at the shoulders and weighs 1705 pounds A fine display of horses cattle hogs and poultry Is also being provided tom In this department Specimens of tho mineral products andethe most extensive as Missouri pro duced threefourths of the worlds out put of this ore Tho prospects for an exhibit of fish from the streams and lakes of Mis souri are excellent the exhibit will be confined to native fishes and to those varieties which have demon strated their adaptability to the waters and conditions ot this latitude Fish are now being caught and being placed In aquariums fen which they will be transferred to the State sec lion of the Fisheries building Schools ant colleges throughout tho State are preparing specimens of their work for the Educational exhibit Tho public school system wll bo fully ex emplified To do this successfully all the educators of the State and thoso Interested In education arc working Industriously In the collecting of other branches of Missouris large display the work Is being vigorously pushed doleJJars at er of Missouri certainly will bo able to raise 100000 for milking a display of herr products and resources WASHINGTON AT MORRISTOWN New Jersey Reproduces Revolution ary Heros Headquarters as Her State Building at the Fair Fords old tavern nt Morrlitown which at one tlmo during tile war of the Revolution was General WasUlnjfi tens headquarters wm ho rep lucet1 at 41 i Worlds Fair St Louis as New Jerseys State building The historic structure which will be reproduced with fidelity will cost 20i oo0 New Jersey has already appro prlated J10000Q and Is arranging for f liberal Increase leer Industrial tLd educational exhibits will bo as inter eating In their way as tho old Ford tavern ll In the States history The famous men of early days who were sheltered by the old tavern when the colonies wr Inlfngolln Hthfl memorable strugijlp for freidorai eludes Alexander Hamilton Lafayette and Kosclusko Israel Putnam Chlllp Wuyler tied others DIQ I JIOWS THIS SUIT YOU i iit i Sold by I Day Bros Co u I Jackson Kentucky r = l = I I Do GoodIt Pays A Chicngri innn ni observed that Ciuod Jfril are better llnui teal et tote deeds nine of the latter are wi rilile a Act kindly and gently 8hW sjinimtliy and lend a lielpiiiR hand You CHiinut possibly Juno it Must metro appreciate a kind word and encnuragemenl more Ihun Kiibstnntml hilp There are persons in this com munity who Wright truthfully say3Iu giiKl friend cheer up A few dusts Cliiinberluint Cough Remedy will orI you of your cold and there Is no i ger whatever from pneumonia YID yi u use tint medicine It always cures I know it ror it has helped me out many a time Fur sale by DAY linos Co We have just received our load of bed steads opriug nuilrisses olmirs claims tilt sizes and kinds uhioh vn respectfully Invite the public to cell and examine Prices are cheap Grain Combs L Co on And theforinatiiinsin tvlilnh It to found end 25 ets for the Oil lro+ peotor8 Guide w II FAOIKNBKFalrileldItfua For Salo I luivf H good line harthorn bull iniilrj Veti red tilten yanrs old nd detire io sell L tAHKOTJKobbiiu Ky I wS- or IUOKKMHIOXA OAKJKS WISE IlAOtxXe Htnritso IFAGINS BOWJ1NG ATTOKNKYSX ILAW Olllec over IostOfHcc n JACKSOX KexnoKr I All busings Inlrmled In thrum 111 receive prompt and cnrdlllul n I 1 i TIIOS T IIINKR A H PATTiiJt M INEIiPArrTO1 LAAVYEUS J L JACKSON KENTUCKY i 1 orIr c 1 1 ItnnnnrrnnnnrrnnnnnnnnlrilllLL I LAWYER JACKSON KENTUCKY 3- Xlill Itencti ce r n Ilreatldtt and 3 i 1 llIg tUn Counlle 1 1 mimuuiiiiuuuimuuuujiiiiui tIIID = = = 1 John Dean Stone Mason iJ 1 w Foundations Stones Pillars i =RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry 1OUAL TIME TABLE Kffpctive October 17 1903 ifi East Bound No3 DallyCiII Jy 4- Daily PM AM- 1v Lexington 225 7J1i Winchester 310 825 11 City 860 917 Stanton 106 923 Natural Bridge 485 9 54 Torrent 449 10OR Heultyville Jun 511 1029 0 ft K June 611 t 6 Ar Jackson 615 1180 West hound NotDally lix Sunday E Sunday Clay NOJDally x Sunday AM PN Ar Lexington 1010 005 520JNatural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 347 Beattyville Jun 726 326 O functIon 629 280 raidNosfor Cannel City and points Oh ng Kentucky Railway Division datitaSundayNos 2 connect L E Tune time with Chesapeake Ohio for Mt pointsNos Beatty ville Junction with L A for Beatty vllle dAily except Sunday J It BARR Gen Mgr ClIASiScOTT G P Ai O K ItY Effective Septembet 11902 East Bound West Bound 4 L STATIONS R d1 Mo Ca K n on at nt 030 235 Jackson 1120 380 925 230 OAK Juno 1120 335 843 1581VIIhurst 1152 417 SSO 152 Hampton 1158 480 750 128 Lee City 122 610 5 741 122 Helechawa 1228 518 715 105 Cnnuel City 1245 B45 Alt IV PM IV PM AR IM AB Westbound Passenger Train connects nt O IC Junction with train which leaves Lexington nt 740 am Eastbound Passenger Train connects at U K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lexington at 605 pmM CONLEY Supt t 52 525urt S25252525252525SE mHere We Are The Celebrated r 9 HANAN SHOEs ft The Best on Earth- S PRICE SBSOO PRICE I i AN ERRAND TO DO TiaiTeler A Uil In stop In Texas on III Wny tram flilrnao to j fT York flne hother ii a rich merchant In the 1 Ill tilmeni on be iIalaypenlnlulL Jee th r brother wa i r ok in a ehesnreMaurant on South 1nbunlJ for umicnt money to t m to hiR aui1 the gate LIP IllSJob nnd- Iarled for lila Lrolhers home file thtcr clung thing about the whole incident i a tile Uftr written by tbe wealthy merchant which srcouipamed the draft I In hl tirat Vlafe the draft Will made pay able in Nifty i I send you the mnn y in a draft payable In New York wrote tie brother from far off Asia You can go oVerandget it cathnl there tM wa 1 wjh yeu wouldatop Tcxat and tea brother haven t heard from him fpr two Yenta now and Id like to know how hes getting along r Stop the Cough r and work off the cold Laxative Bromo hAlctn Quinine Tablet Pric 25 cents encouraGempnt thethptsown voccN Y Herald ConSUlIlIlion 1Flloynr Trinity Springs hid Feb 15 WOO otherpperron a is on Hies forehead X Q TimevDemocrat Three solid through trains daily Chirago to California Chicago Union 1iilic 6 NorthWestern Line I The restless are felfloni reiittlec nan 4 Horn S5001r c ll rTencher Won ITheNov 2For over two yesr son A local school tcacbtr for Din budiZOtry 1 niv remtdy called UoddtKnioej Iilli andsaiuThey saved me when the dorlONi held out no hope I took in nil about ten noxtt I will auvkji praise Dods Kidney Tills foi th great good the have done for me curable dica e Our tHcbfrjIr Thomp son says it is curable Kidney physicianshadcow DiaheltllwillsurI Sncnt SIII Sloe The viifibr were being guided the factoryVlio pereon stand ing by that machine That is one of the penon who knit the IealfnAnd that well lpd in the big oMice with a e That it one of the firm that sweats the kniltcn Thereupon the viiitort decided that that raclor was where he would get hit neil- sweatcrnitItaltiniote American Oct Your Color Sclinno Then write us cncloting twocent stamp foi potage for and interesting on the Southwestern territory anti its marvelous Inlerwling GeorgeMortonGK Wainwright Uldg St Louis JIo Throw all you cart in the deep deep sea And thereafter do not go Hiking U 1inic Dt moeral Three trains a day Chicago to Califor nil Oregon and Washington ChiNo Union 1acilic NortliWcitcrn Lint Fair worui never hurt the tongue Chap ro i fa p 1 morvirs Rosa Adams niece of the late General I9gerI Hanson C S A wants every woman of the wonders accornplished by CompoundtI E Pinkhumg Vegetable Compound did for mo suffering from I the ills peculiar to the sex lassitude and that all gone feeling I I t ould rise from my bed in the morning feeling more tired thnn when I went to bed but before T had used two IT Ilfilrlnimtf Vege tnblo Compound I began to feel the buoyancy of my younger days return I perfectIlea1UlinS became regular do moro work and not feel than I had ever louTs very truly Mns ROSA AflAMe 819 12th St1 Louisville Ky II ID u popular through atlactive extreme Any women who arc troubled with Ir regular or painful menstruation weak ness lencorrlioca 01 ulccr ation of tho womb that feeling inflammation of tho ovaries back ache general debility and nervous pros tration should know there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound No other medicine for women has received such widespread und unqualified indorsement Ko other medicine has such R record of female cures a DEAn MRS PINRUAII I am very pleased Vcgctable tics from which have been a sufferer for years It was the only medicine which was at all beneficial and within a week after 1 started to use it there was a great change in my feelings and looks I used for a little over three months and at tho end of that time I suffered no pain at the menstrual period nor was I troubled with those distressing pains which compelled me to go to bed and I have not had n headache tince This is nearly a year atro 1 always keen n JoUle en hand andI ten doses week for I find that It tones tho system and jieepsmo I feeling strongand I never havo that tired out feeling any more I I that every woman ought to try this grand medicine for it would its worth Yours very truly Miss ELSIE DANronru 203 Do Solo St Memphis renn FRI3E 1I DIOAL AT TlCE TO WOMEN Dont hcsltato to write to airs inkham She will understand your ease perfectly and will treat you with kindness Her advice is free nnd tho address Is Lynn Mass No woman over regretted liaTintr written her and she hint helped thousands FO R If we cannot forthwith produce the original letter and signatures 1 above testimonial which will genulnenets ofILydia E rinklimin1IedCo Lynn Slum I1 FSicfcNervbus 111 II EMERSONS IBROMIISEUZEA CENTS I QISAIL HEADACHES a thuStale itilli Indhidualaitthf displacement bearingdown eurgce4ehes JcicLsy CURED BY 0sOLO LJ RYJYH IEJ I I r TUB SUNDAY SCHOOL teat In the InlrrnnUnnnl Jerle p for ov ntl rr H ItHp8flntaIa lirlt er- T1Il At iIc8oN TIXr C Ham 1I32 And Ddvld ntt brlnecn HIP two gates QIII the WHtLlnrtn Went up to the rdoi over the gate unto tho wall unit Iir d- UI IsIs fyen unj luoktU add brliold a muia running hlon- eJa Anil the wntchman cried anti told th king And tho king snl1 If lie br ulonc there M tidings In his mouth And h e eorno niuce and drew near K And the watchman saw another man riinnliiR and the WHiclunnn railed und a the porter and said UcTiold another mat 1 niiuilnff alone And the king said lie aJi a brlngeth tidings y And the watchman told Me tlilnltetl i the running ot the foremost la like the running of Alilmtuiz the son of Kadok And the king said He la a good man and romctli with good tidings is And Alilinimi called nail said unto the kIng All In well And ho felt dow to the earth upon hU face before the king nod said Illesictf be the lord thy lied which Iiath delivered up the men that lifted up their hand against my lord the klncSi And the king said Is the young mar Abfnlom safe And Ahlmaax ansa reed When Joab sent the kioWa ncrvatit and mo thy KTVnnt 1 saw a great tumult I iJut I knew not what It was 30 Mid the king stud unto him Turn acid and stand here And he turned tilde and stood still 31 And behold Ciuhl came and Cushl said Tidings my lord the king for the lord hath avenged thee this day of till them that rose up against thee SI And the king tpjd unto Cushl Is the xiins tuRn Abinlom safe And Cushl an swertd The enemies of my lord the king and lilt that rise against thee to do the i hurt be as that young man is S3 And the king was much moved and went up to the chamber over the gate suit wept and us he went thus he raid O my eon Abwtlom my ron my sn Ab nntotii would Ood I had died fur thee 0 AMiilom my son my son iUllliN IlIi foollnh eon U n Brief III III fnllirr Prov ITlltt OITUNU OK SORUTIIIK SECTION OavlU Filch Sam 13t17Us- rise Ualtlc and Death t Abfalom 1 Siijn JlaV- alilnp for the PWJ6am lSii7- Th lMtlisrs Grief for his Eon 1 I Sam 1333 NOTES AND COMMENTS 2 Sam 151317 29 David might have attempted to defend Jerusalem against Absalom but was unprepared and unsuccessful resistance would have meant the tacking of the city and the horrors that Invariably accompany a sack Notice throughout the account that David was thoughtful for others No part of the history throws more light on his real character than does this story tf his flight nnd at no time wvs his hurl more kingly and lila spirit more admlr able than In this time of his extremity Note 11 his thought for Jerusalem 1514 121 lust generous treatment of HIM captain of n detachment of his fa mous foreign bodyguard Iii 11122 3 the sending kick or thctk 152526 iftitrastlng Davldn reasonable view t the situation with the superstitious Ideas of former generations en tbr kings treatment of Shlmel 16913 101023 Though David was now an elderly man and had of late retired more and more from active public life his old energy and diplomatic skill returned to him at this time He himself planned every detail of the campaign fCh 18123 Before the dei Ifhe bat lie was fought Ataalom rorpnnl three niontliH al Jerusalem David had forti fied hlniFclf at Mahanalui across the Jordan from jlrrtmalem During this lime both were snaking preparations for the struggle hill the delay strengthened David far more than It did Absalom The account of the battle Is clear While tho tinny of the usurper was probably the larger It lacked discipline With Davit were that famous generals Joal Ablshal ami Iltal with the no Ices fa mona Old Guard of GOO mighty men eVil 2427 One thing Is very clear It wax the loving father and not the out raged king that was supreme In David at he eat by the gate that day breathlessly waiting for news of the battle If he b I alone there I tidings If ho were flee- Ing there would be others with him A Booil man good tidings Ahl maaz was Oavii s friend and his eager ness to be the hearer of the news wa Mnehlercd a good sign by thrVlug Vs 833 All Is well David knew that could not be for to his father ly heart victory would be almost as bit tel as defeat Davds only reply lo what wag good news to others was the quits tion Is It well with the young man bsalom Went up to the chamber over the gate To be atono Comment ipon the pathetic passage that follows ivould be superfluous Our cherished idea of David the king Is of the serene psalmist with liarp In hand praising God What must Davids Idea of himself have been as he bowed his head alone itt the chamber over the gate that day lead whose gray hairs told the talc of tluc heartbreaking sorrow s of these last years What hail his life been What lnd of a father had he been What example had ho set his sons They had Inherited his own weaknesses and pas ilons without his virtues What could le expect of the children of the harem For It he had neglected his kingly duties anti he had been Indulgent and weal In the govennnrpt of lila children There is no more Irememlotis sermon on the itcxnrableness of Cods law of calico and effect than the simple story of the tragedy of Davids life Penitent and forgiven ind tho friend of God though he iru he knew that he was reaping what he had sowed 1lCTiCAI SUGaKSnONS III deeds whether sown by saint or Inner produce a large crop of evil re- sulls The end of wickedness Is destruction and Infamy As David felt toward Absalom to docs the Heavenly Father feel toward each inept Ills rehcllous eons A vacant mind Is open In all nugccs lions as the hollow mountain leturim echoes all sounds Hlchea comobcttcr after poverty than iQvertj after riches- MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS A womans favorite word Is alwayi tue last one Gen Charles A Whlttter of Boston who has just returned from a tour of the World traveled over the TransSiberian railroad a distance of 6000 In 14 days which Is about 430 miles a day A Norwegian schooner has arrived at Bergen from Spitzbergen with near I y 300 tons of good steam coal ou board The coal was found near the bore Further prospecting has been Arranged tT I HK TOOK PIE IN HIS KenlBckr Senator Hurt in Reap lit Mnt wllli the Pft Itrlnki I When It comes to stor ellinf Con wan Samuel L Power of Nwtotitcin hold his own with an or tllam nigh ipprecinteby1lie story it about Senators Blackburn and TirasuryShawington Senator Blackburn had tome but nets with the secretary and while in the office unit Senator Fairbanks After th bulneu was concluded Senator DlatkburJl- inlHed the other two out to have a libation ptedAll up against the bar or tbe Hifgt house to Secretary Shaw Senator Blackburn said What will IOU have ilr Secretnry Well I glle s Ill have a of Will the reply turneultowill 011 have senator Ill hue I gus of Moxie was the The bartende leaned over Ihll counter andsaid to Senate Blackburn ii und whats our tenator I ltentlfmiIDrroma pier of squash pie Books She Admired MomS When Tolstoi was in the Crimea recent ly a rich American arrived in his yach with a party of friends and asked permii nicn to on th Russian was granted on condition that Tolstoi who was weak from illness should not bt troubled with talk One womiii viriloi could not restrain her couvenw lional propensity taut said in gusliim tones Leo all your noble writ inz have influenced my life but the one which taught me most wns hem she forgot the name of the boot uiih Tolstoi fctked insinuatingly Waa it rhe1id Soulal I rtPIAI wrote that book not I Manlllcant- Mxrcirels father nd mot her hole home was in Xew i ark city had atranged to take a long talked of trip to Chicago nigh I before they were o start on their weitcnu expedition Margaret mamma told the lit lie gui the mint go lo bed early AIbo would have to be up by daylight the nut morning Margaret very obediently rontcnlfd tiI prepare for Vhen her drcts had bcei taken off and her nightie put on she knelt t to isv her prayers she closed her petitioi as follows Uoodbl God Gotdby angel Good GoodIivl Im going to Chicago to- morrowlVuomsui Home Companion Sold by I In StiocL A farmer went on a visit to a friend Afli dinner the huibandman irqueitrd to b shown round the town Alter viiiting several platt they finally reached the electric lighting What dye call this place DinT queried the Farmer IIIrtrhThey grow currents How do they fell em by the bushel They dont tell Vm hv the bushel they lell em by the hockStriy totiIUonlile nail Through Sortie to CnlirnrnU via Missouri raelflv Railway anSI Iron Motin lain Houtv Choice of route through Colorado or via the True Southern Hout through Texas Arlionn etc Through operatingthroughKrancuwo Tourist car service to California four days In the week For rates and full Information address any agent of Jllwouri Pacific lailway or Iron Mountain tollte or II C TowjcgrNn itneral rnst enger and Ticket Agent t5U Louis OnaM In lriirn Ah he saul ItS he led her back 10 her seat after the waltz I just love dn clap uVtll she replied no she altenipte 110 re ir a lorn flounrp yoiinr nut too old to lmilearnIiuiiadeipiaSniemman IVnntnl Ai general agent in this and adjacent com ties by an established firm with thi most profitable line ot goods for the sates man that is on the today MatI must furnish rig Years contract t0 per month net Bond or f50 casts te quired Chance for advancement On htutlcra wanted Address Alexander Company Box K Orccnsburg Indiana Money in ShocSboe toaletJt 1I0nt pay me to handle thtH hoes on such a final margin lrummerl know the profit ale mall hut my dear sir jus4 look at thr khnei andare how they are made lIumph lhey are niade badly IIi crable stuff toowont last a weATbal it that it Youll HI five pairs of hr shoes to one of any otleraN Y Weekly Mr Toneslt iuielea my arPllinF u ilia a woman whomy sbei alway Mr lone It never made nil such atterlion and its utterly cruel and unkind of you t J lay to 1 did not ay I wax always right T simply averted that I warncvcrwroni Comfort A sore head is a sign of a shallow one Items ibm II 1utnarn 1 defe color more goods per package than others The secret of success is constancy to pur ooie Diiratli I MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 3 CATThE Common 2 50 03 23 Heavy steers 4 10 ff1 4 75 CAliVFSIxtra Ii 75 V 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 15 p 5 20 MIxed packers 4 35 fi 5 10 SHEEP Extra 3 05 3 15 LAMBS Extra 5 35 5 60 KKOUIl Spring pat 4 50 4 35 WHEATNo 2 red S6I No 3 winter tW Sai- COIIN No 2 mixed 8 45V OATS No 2 mixed SG- HYE No 2 6- 1IIAYCh timothy QJl3 00 PORKClear family 013 93 LAUD Steam i 0 6 B7V- 4UUTTEIl Ch dairy D 12 fc Choice creamery jjJ 21 APPLES Fancy 2 CO 11 2 75 1OTATOES Per libl 2 15 P 2 25 TOBACCO New 3 GO 9 00 Old G 60 5 65 Chicago FLOUJl Winter pat 4 00 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red S2t5 p 83i No 3 spring oOyCP Sly CORNNo2 mixed 8 HY- 4OATSlo 2 mixed 3- iHVENo2 G 60- POIIK Mesa 11 GO 116216 LAUD Steam C G7Y B 70 New York KIOUII Win slrts 3 J5 J 1- 0W11IATNo 2 red Lit 87l CORNNo2 mixed 507 OATSNo 2 mixed 42 HYE Western 62 PORK Mess 13 25 13 75 LARD Steam tJ 7 23 Baltimore WHEATNo2 red 81 CORNNo mixed 49fp 00 OATS No 2 mixed p 40 Ji CATTLE Steers 1 50 D 5 00 HOGS Western 0 0 30 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 86 CORN No 2 mixed 47 OATSNo 2 mixed 39 IPORK Mess 13 00 LARD Steam 7 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 84ft CORNNo2 mixed Q HYI OATSNo 2 mixed f 35ft llill ORTHY of a hlRh er recommendallor than I can had words to express This Is what Mr J H Plangman oi Sherman Tex rays ot Dosn litrtells his experience In tho words lie says Sometime In Scptenv ber I was taken with a dull aching pain across the small of my back directly over the kidneys I paid small attention to this at first thinking It would pan oft lint Instead of getting better It- t became worse and In ft short time tm I u anllu5 down my left lej nil far ns the knee fThis Is precUel what kidney trou ble will do with the bodIt does not al ways show Itsel at first but op pears Just In this wuy when somif unusual movcmen 1or action brInK I sharp pains anti t exhaustive riches telling oC sick kid neys 1 Mr Plant mans experience bore N this out I Continuing ho says I did suet know the cause or tho trouble but I cm led to believe now that It wm fIrst brought bout by Jumplne In and lOUt of tho wagon and In tomo way I may have strained my back Twos constantly growing worse he continues and I became very much alarmed about my condition I knev that something had to be done or serious results were sure to follow I went tt a specialist here In Sherman and under went a rigid examination Then lie relates how the doctor told him that It wos H serious case but Inn ho could cure him for fifty dollars be all is for sale or a r Train to Trim St Louis I S unin In TexaiBtvl South srest with train North antI In to I Monutnlii Route three other train to Texan IcnvlnjcSt in a in Through Sleepers Cum anti Twclte nvf l to ilulrs to Texas on sale the elr any agent nt Iron Route or II C Tows RRNII IaiMuger and Ticket St Afcuin I in the Iliii morning Ilint monry 11 oillItr What on earth thul leigh Perhaps it that it ROM cutler ni I dont llnd that it to It is a brilliant lie is he told tile whole hi JUT in nip hf bank lUimiort I Little Liver Pills Bear Sri Wrapper I FOR FOR FOR FOR SKIN rn I ll Ip SICK 1IICt1tETAS1Bf rup Uood tA Jt w a was ttliserv a However ntceiMty knows no law nnd I riangmnn patti half down and I the treatment and followed It faithful ly for four weeks Naturally he thought that lie would t soon be of tho trouble but In spite nf the doctoring ho goes on to add I I was In such misery that U was almost I Impossible mo to do my work S II ftl IIl 1inttirn that namdPiiill to notice and I procured somefrom the drug store of C E Craycroft I used these pill according to directions and to my urprlso I was von idderably relieved on the second day and In a short time t completely cured This is the unit venal experience or who have t nocr 4flI W Kidney trouble and who bten innate enough to the merits of I Doans Kidney Pills I lo nothing wonderful or mar teal jibout this remedy It simply does thu work by direct notion on the kid Doann Kidney Pills are for the bIt nt nni 111 nrnfllcI rot that LOADING u u r their speedy antI indications cf kidney trouble come from two 1 anti the the bladder I I back becomes and because the kidneys nnd re backache be com plete the kidneys right c I to to 51 j 0 I is of in in is of are in of NO If Is on F i I i Fast TH for the hue the titn p mud Mli now I mrc aisy the 5401 lifr jn aw1 Hut Cutet Mr rid for my for can are 9 I I K cun V isa OILED t a qi y I b- A co 5 M USA Tw aa tTti 0 I nonlh and bIn ni ttb r sill of thick a or Ito ll bus I Inil dtr itita alt lho JUT in H J i r or io4 in Th UUU lo cnrt or sour bock Co or 591 aXES Iww M W W S 2 SlJ MVVe coil Ins you to 300 im of iV Jj t ltlr over all by on That uses fer It ore lief are set nnril ktill bulk unr Fe w4 rtutf f r Irritation ot this bladder tho are out ot order In prompt attention ous nnd sick kidneys and ort diabetes dreaded dropsy anti Drlghln by usin- gDoans Kidney by heft the delicate and re clurliiK any InHum rev thus making the Action of the kidneys And natural Attiiny tin Mrt end iswlliug rtf tin rA iiia ttttn eatS MinllA- Thty With brttldntt Mgtirtlfrrtl La jtaulug tint Srfjutnry Kidney anil rmtoi raltiill unit panel JJditrt ttnpltuntii titattaeht MITOUH- HUKoiterMllburn Co Buffalo N T 5 i PO trial I at1 kit 1 IlM1Ils tdfte Sc t Riches of South Dakota More than 6ocx oooo bushels of more than 50000000 bushels of live stock the value of 32000000 hay the value of 12000000 and products of the mines above 12000000 some of the returns South Dakota for 1903 With a population of 450000 the production of wealth for 1903 6 000000 it can readily understood why South Dakota people arc prosperous and happy For them horn of plenty has been turned upside down This year for the sixth consecutive time South Dakota leads other states in the production of per capita wealth Why deLi you there and better condition From Chicago Milwaukee St and from many other in Illinois Minnesota 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