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J h ti n ft I itf r e 00 I A r 4r I Y4 0 7 LILREATIIITT CO TY NEWSail- lrT Poi i J WIfB XAQIXfj MitoraaA Publish A NKW8PAPJUI DKVOTJCD TO TKB IWTISUBSTi OF MAATXRH XXVTOCn One Dollar Per Yeas Its A4nM Y t VOLUME IIIe1tCI ON ICY 14 ItI1JAY NOVEMBER 13+ 1903 NUMBER biTTtI CUBAN TREATY 1 b Presidents Message to the Extn t Cession of Congress He Urges Itt Ratification and Deem + Such Legislation Is Demanded h Not Only By Our Interest l But By Our Honor Washington Nov 10Tho following tntriava ot the president WilD tent to tho otpgrese Tuesday p Totv nato and House of Itcprencn- Utlfto l havo convened tho congress that It nay consider the Ivglihttlon aecesary ipil Into operation the commercial ire- Itrlth Cubs which way ratill eI by Iho lf kcnaio at Ita laft lesilon aid sub e a J uuently hy the Cuban government t onlyhnut with propriety abandon the ooumj upon which wo have eo wlocly embark I When the Acceptance of the 1lutl nmrml Jtient which required from Cuba by tho of consreii of tho United Slnten r ihia government thereby dtllniuly com jri nlttMl Itself to tho of treating i vulm oi occupying n unique position III l countryP when the Isle ml hr4 t 7 npublloJour ecmnon IKllry HltuateU an Cuba In It would not b unlblo for tide country to permit tho uralcRlc nbute of the plan by nay for elgn military rower It U for thu rearon that certain limitation have Ixjen I- ioscdI upon her nnnnclal policy and thd naval station have been conceded by her to the United Htate The negotlelio- ns rat to the details of theso naval uro on Iho eve of completion They no tltuuletl as to prevent any Idea that there It the Intention over to me them airalntt Cuba or otlnrwlw than for t protection of Cubs from the usiaulti forelen foes and for the letter safe guarding of American Interest In Ihotowaters south of ui flit e Interests have Won Urcly I trailed by the ooimequenc of the war with fipaln and will be ntlll further In irvaied by tho building of the Uthmlun innal They are both mlllturv and eoo iiomle Tim granting to ns by Cuba of the naval elation above alluded to In or the utmost Importance from a military Miindpolnt and U proof of tim good faith with which Cuba U treating us Cuba httt made great progress lnoe her Intl IHinilence was cutabllihed Rho has a vnneed tteaitlly In erery way Klio Lwady stands high among her sister x publics of the new world Hlie Ii loyally ubiervlnR her olillsatloim to uti and e tll entitled to like treatment by us 11Ifnomic uUvantBge as great an those gtr to Cuba Not an American Intermt Merlflccd Iy the treaty a large CubaImarket l secured to our pralueen It la it market which lies nl our doors which U already large which U eal able of great LXpuiMlon and which U mwclully Im lK nant to the development of our export trade It would be Indeed liortrlKhtcd fur ui to refute to tako advantage ueh opportunity and to tome Cuba In making arrangements with other you n tries to our disadvantage Tide reciprocity treaty elands by use It Is demanded on consideration of brond iiatlonal policy KB well as by our eco homlo IntcroKt It will do harm to no In dustry It will benefit many Induitrlca 1 It Is In the Interest of our poplo as a wholn both Ieeause of Us Importance from the broad standpoint of Inter tional policy and because economically Intimately concerns us to develop and ic euro tho rich Cuba market for our fann cra artisan merchants and manuf J lurers Finally U U detlrublo os a gu anty of the good fnlth of our nation lo wen her young sister republic to the vo th short welfare tnust ever le elm ly UrtlWl with our Wo gave her Ilbcr Wo lire knit to her by the memories of tips blues anti the courage of our soldlrr who fought for her In war by the tIIelllI try of the wisdom and Integrity Hdmlnlstrator who saved her In peat and who started her so welt on the diffi suit path of self government Wo m help her onward and upward and helping her wo thai help ourselves Tho foregoing considerations caused tho nego tiation of the treaty with Cuba and Its ratification liy the sonata They now with equal force support tin legislation i by tho congress which by the terms tho treaty Is necessary tu render oiwrallve A failure to enact such leg i Intlon would conic erlllous1y near n repudiation of tho pledged faith of the nation I transmit here with the treaty as amended by tho senate and ratified by ommentI IIOOSISVKLT 199J I r The House Was In Session Less Than a Half Hour Tuesday Washington Nov 9 Congress m Monday In extra session organized nnd ntJJoiirnoU until Tuesday Waalilngton Nov llTho honso Was In session less than half an hour Tuesday an early ndjournmcnt bel- i tnlien out of respect to tho memory two deceased members The preRI dents nu8fngo was read anti referr to tho comnilttco on ways and meal Iho membershIp of which Is yet to announced fho message nlso was or tiered printed Tho speaker annou ed tho committees on rules and mile age Aside from moIlIng provision tar tho payment of mllengo of members no further business was transacted Two Americans Defeated London Nov 10 = Joo Howker of Manchester defeated Alt Foilot- of Chicago In tho ninth round f tho bantamweight championship Toddler Palmer an English pugII let defeated Gcorgo Dlxon American in a 20 round contest for tho 10 pound championship Jas L Blilrs Resignation Accepted e St Itil8 Nov lJTho board of di rectors of tho Louisiana Purchaso ex posltiou accepted tho resignation of James L Blair as a member of tho board and Jtidgo Franklin Ferries of tho circuit court St Louis was elect ed to 1111 tho vacancy Y Mrs Nellie Grant Sartorls Slated St Louis Nov 9Mrs Ncllid Grunt SarI oris who has just returned to St suceenvd as of the hoard of lady managers of the Worldx fair here i x j i rF THE FOREIGN MAIL 1 Over 10000000 Pounds Dispatch ed I Across the Seas the Past Year Washington Nov 11Tho anuu- report of N M Brooks suporhdendn- of foreign malls shows that iot9404 pounds of mall wore dispatched by sCa to foreign countries of which 7150 343 pounds wax for transAtlantic des tlnatlons Tho moneys paid on account of transportation of tho malli dispatched to and received from tot elgn countries by sea during tho fhra year aggregated 2309087 It is esll mated that 0240096 was received thin government an postage on arti des exchanged with all foreign coun tries of which follow the postage col fstyor nd Mexico amounted to 4991975 01 2C0838C mom than tho net cost ol the service Tho estimate for tirap fiscal year 19045 Include 2621000 for tho sea transportation of malls In eluding foreign closed malls rallwa transit across tho Isthmus of Panama special compensation for service bo twcen San Francisco and Tahiti main tenanco of Iho United Stales postal agency at Shanghai 50000 for sell Kmt offices on vessels plying between Now York and Southampton nreui and Hamburg cud 4S8000 for trans In Now York harbor Crelo Cuba and the British protec orates of Somnllland and Southern Nlegeria In Africa Joined the onlyer sal Hlnl union during the year Offl clal stallsllcs of Iho postal service In the night leading countries of tiio world United State Germany Great Britain France Italy Austria Uussla areand Japan shows that tho United loads In the number of post of flees anti employee Germany as to let pfter boxes for the public tho United ranking second Switzerland as tho proportion of post offices to area and the United Stales as to the num- n her of articles of mall matter received by and sent to each Inhabitant as lo length of mall routes and number of pieces of printed mustier carried DIED SUDDENLY Rr Adm Letter Anthony Beardslee Apoplexyd NiLester Anthony Beardslee U 8 N rCJo at11e1npclpluxy aL ChatauIOvert tho con n try home of Col U T Dyer The ad Tucadia 11 odock Tuesday iilnht there was ro sign of Illness The randy will leave Augusta for Washington Wednesday where It will boxcrcinalcd Adm Beardsleo entered tho navy In 1830 OHo became rear admiral In 1895 an l was retired In 1898 He was born IIIOl itNotr York LAST PUBLIC APPEARANCE Cresceus FaJled In His Effort to Lower Worlds Trotting Record nit1noses City Mo Nov 11ln what Wall hflfaided as his last public a pearanco on tho turf Croscous Tues Ircia tailed In his effort to lower t worlds trotting record of 208 for mile on n halfmllo track held by him lyself gulag the distance In 2124 on Kansas City Driving clubs track The conditions were unfavorable for record time and at the request of G ali Ketcham owner and driver of Cros cans tho judges announced before the urntrial against time was begun that tho must not expect to sec the roc ord broken WORLDS PACING RECORD iDan Patch Lowered It on a Half Mile Track at Birmingham Birmingham Alit Nov U Dan Patch paced a mile on a half mite track hero Tuesday afternoon in 203yj lowering the only worlds re ord for pacers outstanding against him Tho record previous to this was 203i held by Prlnco Alert Cob web tho runner that paced Dan Iate faltered on the turn just before enter- Ing tho stretch and but for this Dan Patch probably would have made tC- et mile In less than 203 Time otncl time by quartets was 30Vjj 101 l32Vi 203 1 DISMISSED MIDSHIPMEN ofNo Chance For Reinstatement Those Guilty of Hazing Iicpreaoulo p lCmen recently dismissed from the naval for hazing Mr Lacy was In formed that thero was no chanco fur reinstatement of any of the dismissed men except by special act of engross n as neither tho president nor the secretary of tho navy has tho power to reinstate thorn areaThe Rockefellers In Control- or Now York Nov tJThe Chronicle Tuesday posted a bulletin on tho New York stock exchange that tho Itac fellers have nt last secured complete control of the United States Steel cor poration National Grangers Meet Rochester N yo Nov nTho an ntial session of tho National Grange Patrons of Husbandry opened Tq tiny evening with public oxorclseo In Fltzhugh hall The convention will bo in session 11 days with three sessions each dayy Yellow Fever Bulletin Laredo Tex Nov 11The official yellow fever bulletin issued Tuesday night Is as follows New cases CO deaths 6 total erases to date 768 to tal deaths 77 Two dettns from yel low fevor pccufiea lJQp lay at Miner MINERS OUT ON STRIKE Coloredraty The Mine Owner Art Making Elton to Continue Operations Under the Protection of a GuardTrou ble Will Likely Result pylouver Col Nov 10 store than 10000 national miners In Colorado went on strlko Monday for an eight hour day increased wages and other concoHHlotis Tho strike was ordered by the national officers of tho United Mine Workers of America otter the coal companies refused to confer with union representatives concerning tho demands of the men Of tho idle met COOO are In the southern coal fielJs 2000 In tho northern coral fields and 1800 In Fremont county Ono hundred mines have been closed A fow indo pcndqnt properties In tho northern coal fields and elsewhere will not stop work slnctthe operators have granted an olgld hour day and an Increase ran n wages More than 1000 miners wl- ey 11a remain at workaccordlng to report from tho affectedrefiont The an nouncemcnt comes that 800 men have gone out in Colfax county Time other miners In that territory are ncgotlat Ing with tho mIne owners The Colorado Fuel and Iron tho V1 tor Fuel and the Northern Coal an Coks Cos are tho largest producers Nearly all of their property has been tied up by tho action of tho minor However they aro making efforts to continue operations under tbo protection of a strong guard There nro about 140 seal miners In Colorado with an output of some 8000000 tons coal and about 1000000 tons of cote a yearIt will be the policy of tho Mlno Workers to depopulate tho vari ous fields by sending tho idle men an heir families to Illinois Indian err lory Missouri rows and other state where work can bo secured for them Some 5000 tickets to these states have already been arranged for by tho mine workers and Monday hundreds of then strikers started to new fields D C Kvans member of the executive hoard of tho national organization Indiana Is now In Trinidad to handle the flnan clot end of the strlko Other members ft thn OXCCUtlVO hnarJusy CriTintf will have charge of tho campaign during tho struggle one being station oIl In the centers of each strike field Residents of Denver and other cities found It Impossible Monday to secure a ton of coal for immediate delivery The supply of lignite coal Is exhaust and companies having other kinds of coal booked orders for not moro than 0110 ton subject to two weeks delay In delivery Tho railroad companies say tli they have enough coal stored to met till their requirements for some time Stato militia Is held in readiness bo dispatched to tho coal regions IItho first call from the sheriffs of the affected REVOLTaThe Capital Capitulated and Gen Ji Inez Was Proclaimed President Itcotrout Monto Critlo sayslt is reported there that San Domingo has copllulat rd to the revolutionists and that Gen JlmtncK has been proclaimed prosI dent of the republic Paris Nov 11A dispatch received hero from Capo Haytlon says that after three days fighting President Wos y Gil tool refuge In tho German con sulate nt San Domingo The revolu tion Is considered at an end Dismal Swamp Lands Knoxvlllc Tenu Nov J0rF11- c thousand acres of the Dismal Swamp land near Norfolk Va arc to bo claimed by n company composed Ohio moo John B Levels of 11ReI Ky who has accepted tho pos tlon of agricultural foreman of tho company passed through Knoxvlllo Monday en routo to Norfolk Lewis alsays the land was bought originally for its timber but since It has been clear ed It hoe been found to be very fertile Tho work of ditching and draining the land has already begun anti hundreds ofof men are to be put to work It Is the of tho company to raise all kinds of vcgclahloi and later to en- Gage In rattle raising on an cxtell 1scalp Peace In Central America Assured Managua Nicaragua Nov llThotreaty recently signed at Aciujutla by the Central American republics slip u late compulsory arbitration and pro vldcs for regulations preventing vn grants from organizing revolutions agniuBt neighboring republics thus as suring Central American peaco To Look After German Interests Washington Nov 10News has reached hero that two German we- ko ships have sailed from St Thomas Danish West Indies for San Domingo to look ratter German Interests during the revolutionary troubles there A Treaty of Arbitration Chicago Nov 1QProt Charles Cheney Hyde of the Northwestern in- ca t versity tau school Monday left for Washington In company with Thomas Barclay who la desirous of arranging n treaty of arbitration between the United States and England I Tennessee Miners Struck Chattanooga Teun Nov 10A spe clot from Whltwell Tenn says Jour hundred miners struck here Munda morning on account of a disagreement between them and the company aa Jo the method or weighing Copt GERMANIC MUSEUM Collection sent by Emperor William Presented to Harvard oCambridge Mass Nov 11Itt tho a select gathering of dl tinguished scholfthjT add others wh tako a deep Interest In matters of an educational nattlrelie Germanic mu openedTuesdayby Emperor William of Germany formally presented Th5 announcement of theso gifts was matt by Prince Henry during his visit tqthIs country In 1Tho new lecture hall began at 3 oclock Upon the platform wore Prof H C o von Jagc mnnn the presiding officer Baron von Dem BusscheIIaddclihausen counsel lor of legation and first secretary of tho embassy at V Washington ropre wearing the German mbassador Pres Mont Charles W Bllot Prof 1u Francis curator of the Germanic mu scum association I The address of Baron Von Dem echcHaddenbauscn was of particul Interest for besides presenting the emperors collection ho announced that a number of German scholars ficlals and men of alfalfa had prepay reproduction of German silver and sold work which Is to be given to the museum and also that Prof A C Cool Idge of tho historic department at Harvard had glean the university a II litany of ten thousand volumes on Gor man history rcdas dustrial art of tho objects to be pre rented to Harvords Germantc muse um as supplemental Emperor WI- llIams gifts The contributions Is the result of the efforts of Prof Kuno Francke of Harvard university In in teresting German artists scientists ofand capitalists in the Germanic rat seam as a means of displaying the fatherlands art treasures In the Unit ri1oil States and slrerglhenlng the ties between too two countries galicenturies for Illustration and Imita tions of b6 cups ui various deslg basins and dishes wore made by an electroplating process to compose U gift The artistes chiefly are from tl workot Nuremberg and Augsbul goldsmiths of the period when this was at maturity Many of these jects now erg In possession of prince houses municipalities and museums Emperor William has permitted the reproduction of several of the finest pieces In his coli including the socalled emperors cup of the 16 century by AVenzd Jamltzar of Nur emberg fho kings of Vurtemllor Copttea s Tho largest group consisted of 1C pieces from the townhall of Lueburg now In possession of tho Berlin m seum Among the famous pieces a ratthe socalled andschadcnbund cup ortcup presented to tho reformer upon athis marriage by limo Wittenberg town and tho Corvlnus cup which King Corvlnus of Hungary presented to the Vienna council in 1462 The reproductions arc so successful that an expert scarcely can detect tho lilt bronco from them originals The c mIcction will remain on exhibition here for a week and will be sent to Har yard In a fortnight CLAIMS AGAINST VENEZUELA Nearly All the Commissioners Ha Wound Up Their Work Washington Nov nTho depart meats advices Indicate that nearly of the International claims Comm Biome have wound up their work at Caracas the American commission having only two cases to consider When these commissions conclude their work the awards declared will oawait tho decision of Tho Hague tribunal as to the order in which they uIaro In bo paid that Is upon terms of with the claims of the tIll rllinos that conducted the blockade of ports or whether they are to lie In abeyance until these claims anarecustoms Advices from Time Hague In diculo that the decision of the tribunal will not long be withheld MAJ GEN CORBIN Will Assist at the Dedication of the Ohio Memorials eWatldugtot Nov 1lIIi G Corbln commanding the department tho east arrived In Washington anti paid his respects to the president Ho Is on a trip of inspection and loft la for Atlanta to Inspect Fort McPhcr son Thence lit will go to Cluittanoo illt1nary contingent which U to assist tho dedication of the Ohio memorials on tho Clilcknmauga battlefield Apostle of Mqrmon Church Arrested Salt Lake Utah Nov ttA W- r rant was sworn out Tuesday charging lleber J Grant sue of the leading apostles of the Mormon church with polygamous cohabitation with Augusta Winters Grant and Emily Wtlls Grant A New and Fatal Disease New York Nov 11A strange anti fatal disease has become epidemic In Hclmctta N J Tho disease is accom panted by symptoms usual in scarlet lover cotes tint Its progress Is much more rapid In some cases death has ciiduod In three dayu Pleaded GulltytpjPeonage Birmingham Ala rev111w A Grogan Wm Joiner U U London J MoDanlol and IV Ali Irultt of DaJe tale pleaded guilty 1tho Unltod Putci court tt charges of pepnastf IIW wb WAS fled f iQVQ THE FALLS OE OHIO LMrty Uo Utilized lo Generate 1oSYCrU Government Consent Is Secured Cap- Ita II ItS Will Spend About 2000 000 for Their Initial PoWer I Plant at Louisville Ky Louisville Ky Nov l1At the con cluslon df a conference between cap ItallbtH representing WldcncrElklni interests nnd Maj George 11 Derby United States engineer for this tilt trlct it was announced that the Ulan p for harnessing tho falls of tho Ohio td generate power for a vast plant would be favorably recommended to tho was department Time project for utJIIZ noIns the great water power has been under consideration for sonic llama il WitS necessary however to first secmo departmenar t navigation and certain riparian right maintained by the government would ednot bo Interfered with those present at the conference were Prof Dula Duncan pres Went of the school of electrical tingle eering Boston school of technology John Blrklnblno Philadelphia engin eer said to represent the United GaB Improvement Co W Kelsey Schoepf Cincinnati president of the Cincinnati Traction Co Maj George McC Derby United Slates engineer F A Joss at tome Indianapolis Benezetle WHo llama Chicago engineer Tho capitalists representing the WM nnerRlklns Interests have for the past three months had engineers busy draw ing up their plans These plans warn considered by Maj Derby at the con ference Tuesday and after the meet lag broke up It was announced that Maj Derby would glue a partial en departdlhW8K given by those concerned II was learned however that If thI 111final consent of tho government is se cured the capitalists will spend about plantIertnIAG electrical power and Ilght nto Loulsvlllebut totraction s 1nntltownll within a wldo radius cov part of Southern Indiana and Northern Kentucky The plans con sldored Tuesday were drawn by Bent zcUe Williams engineer for the Chi Ihcago drainage canal rgTHE NORTH POLE Commander Peary Lectured Before the Royal Geographical Society uIondau Nov 11 Commander Peary reU S N lectured before the royal Gee graphical society Tuesday night in the presence of Ambassador Cheat Secretary White and ninny other dls tlnguluhed pcraonfV After reviewing the previous attempts to reach the north pole Commander Peary said his future plans were based on the belief that the Smith sound route was U only practicable one He wished to 01wIn the pole for America because it was Iho last geographical prize t world had to otter and it was peculiarly an object of American pride ont patriotism America was now n r gotiating for the Isthmus of Panama bounl1ve racy was a lie hoped by winning the pole for hi country to appropriately crown hut four conluries of struggle heroism and IachlelelDelll TIED HIM TO A TREE The Mob Lgft the Negro There to Starve to Death Aurora Mo Nov l1Jrank Smith a Negro stabbed an Austrian in the back on tho new White River railroad south of here Saturday Ho was cap lured by a gang of Austrian who lied him to a trey In time mountains leaving him there with the Intention Pf starving him to death A party of huntnrs from Aurora found him tiny and released him He was in critical condition and unablo to walk He was placed in jail at Galena Sta county None of tho Austrlans been arrested A report from Onio Tuesday night is to the effect that Is dying and a gang of Negroes from a railway camp Is seeking revenge ofnRichest American Girl Weds Now York Nor l1The duke of Jldxhurghe 17th prey In tho court terSL James was wedded to Miss 1I Goelot daughter of Mrs Ogden Goe let of this city at St Thomas charch Tuesday afternoon Tho bride win tho richest unmarried woman In tlI United States and Is reported to worth 125000000 In her own right Going Back to Their Native Land imNew York Nov 11 Thousands on thousands of immigrants who a rived at this port In time early months of the year are now crowding the ea bound steamers in their efforts to I turn to their natlvu lands Adopted Resolutions Ottawa Ont Nov ItThe Can titan Womans Christian Temperas Union Tuesday adopted a resolution urging tho president of the St Louis exposition to use his Influence to sup press disorderly houses and gambling hells r I Judge D Thew Wright Nominated Washington Nov 1lTha preai Rent Tuesday sent tu tbe senate tho nomination of Judge D TUPW Wright of Cincinnati as associate Justice 01 ltd supreme court 9 UiQ District of CQllJmbl + + tt t i Interesting State Ne tl 40 L Cd HI +d32N4 It+ ttfHt+ W +o tATTORNEYBYRD Announces that He Will Stay Away From Breathitt County Lexington Ky Nov 91 Floyd Byrd commonwealth attorney of Brcatliltt county who gained ft nation al reputation In the prosecution of Cur tls Jett amt Tom White for tbo mur der of Attorney Marqum In a long dift lancc lelophono communication Sunday confirmed the rumor that he has decided to remain away from Breath Itt county during the term of court which begins there Monday Ills action Is taken upon time Insist ent solicitations of friends and rela liras who declare that judging from Iho past history of the county his life would ho In constant peril there Iii 0 has not received warning of a definite plot to take his life as hag been ru mored T P Cole of Jackson has been tem porarily appointed prosecuting allor ney Toro will be no indictments al the coming term of court Mr Byrd says In connection with time numerous assassination cares and further Inves tigation will be postponed for time present Mr Byrcts term of office will January 1 He will then move to 5I Chester to reside permanently but does not expect to sever himself en tirely from tho mountains in which ho has been Instrumental In bringing about a revolution of law and order Ho has been urged to run for con dles tricl to succeed John B Walte and he may do so but has not yet announced himself Only minor cases are on the docket of tbo Breathitt cirnilt court and ii trials which begin this week will be In marked contrast to the last term of court when Jett and White were tried when the courthouse was surrounded by soldiers and citizens stored their weapons In an Improvised armory before entering lie COUrUimue ucTHE ISSUANCE OF A WARRANT It Caused a Magistrate to Kill An Enraged Farmer Bowling Green Ky Nov 7 Magls Intto Elijah Upton Friday shot and killed Toni Stewart a farmer at Rich ardsvllle this county Time shooting was time result of time Issuing of a war rant by Squire Upton for Stewart a rest on the application of the latter s son following a quarrel over politics Stewart hall been voting time republic an ticket but Tuesday announced his Intention of voting for the democratic nominee His rather entered a decid ed protest which angered the yon man and father and son came blows Swallowed Pieces of Steel Wire Versailles Ky No 7 George Hon toalter 10 under fentenee of life onment for beating his wife died In Jail Friday The postmorlein disclos hoed a muss of short pieces of steel wire tie slomacJj Hounker had threatened to commit suicide Tho court of appeals recently reversed the lore couits verdict and ITouaker urou soon had a retrial Returned to Fort Thomas 9fort Thomas Ky Nov 0 C Third Infantry has returned from West Point where It was engaged In guarding quartermasters stores left thereby the troops particlpaling In the recent maneuvers Capt Barker re malned to adjust claims of farmers who have boon damaged by rata covers Reuse to Make Good the Deficit Owensboro Ky Nov lOThe gua1 antors of the state fair recently hold In this city hate decided as a whou to resist the payment of tho deficit which amounts to nearly 112000 Au expert accountant found gross nagIl gence and extravagant cxpcndlturvj aof money Looking For An Abiding Place neIYaukfort Ky Nov 7 Attorney N B IIayn of Boll cnn bunsohoccupy In Frankfort as a state uncial He has not been at homo since early In ho campaign Death By Trolley Car ofiIttsburg Oct 9hdwanl Thomas 40 of Newport Ky was struck by a Frankloxvn avenue car and morally ground to pieces Thomas was walk 1Clug across limo avenue and passed ill In front of Iho car which wan going nt a fair rate of speed Gov Beckhams Plurality I ulsvllle Ky Nov IWlth t wo plyu rality is 26513 Complete returns will Isstconen ty Martin Is missing Wants to Go to the Poorhouse ItaBrophy 73 who claims to have been the first member of the Newport p lice force made application Monday tf the city hall to be admitted to trio city Infirmary Brophy has been living with a married daughter in Cincinnati Going Into Winter Quarters Lexington Ky Nov iNlt1e bead of horses of Millionaire A Feather stones racing stable arrived here F day from the Aqueduct race track inI so intp winter quarters at lcymlpw re farm THE HORSE SALES t I Sixty Animals Drought a Total of 16 785 at Lexington Lexington Ky Nort10Sixty horses brought b total of fJC785 In the opening days sale of flier Tratitcr len nc salesrwcreAnnie by Rot ert McGregorAnnie Medium C W Bennett Weston Va 325 Matuska cb m 9 by Robert Me t OregorMorea Mansfield farm Lexing r ton Ky 525 Riddle br Allie Wood Mlss Olio Bruce Mtirey k Hill MadisonOr Ind 075- McXaiiRbt b c 21yAlllis Wqoit Mlns Olio Bruce J U Icak Son Y Winchester III9tJHallio Smith b l ti lllndcr WIlkesOlRn W W Evau3Lexinglou 835 Vv Hardeneis b Co 2 by ExpcdUlun Bardslowu Rouse Frey Cling li1IIo 9tJCLulu Campau b m by AxtellDaiBy f Cuylor Charles Frederick OlcanVp Y 830 THE DEAL CLOSED Kentntucky Sold Ml StJrlinjr Ky Nov The IxVd land Garrett Lumber Co of Clark county composed of C IL Loveland and II Green Garrctt and Cincinnati and Covlngtoh people has purchaser 40000 acres of timber lands lying lit Breathitt Morgan Wolfe and Powell counties The land was bought at G per acre and comprised some of thee best limber In the state Time company will Inaugurate a new feature in tho lumber business by sawing all lumber lu Kentucky and shipping east for sale The new company will give employ mcnt to almost 200 men MILLED A MANr Daniels Said to Have Worried HlnsJlf + to Death Over It Owlngsvllle Ky Nov toTh only case on record in this section in which a man worried himself to dtath Is thorn John Daniels aged 70 a farm or During the civil war he was a federal soldier When on n trip in this county he and a man named Hart- r had a quarrel Daniels it Is said followed Hart and attacking hint from behind timed him In his declining years he brooded over theimur dry until be tiled 1 Decide For Hunters I iiilsvillc Ky NO7Tho rcpub toIlcan state central committee voted 7 to 4 that Dr W Godfrey Hunter Is the party nominee In the Eleventh district reversing tae district congressional- s committee Secretary of State Hill i was naked to recall his order certify tug to county clerks that D C Kd wards is the nominee Ho will not do so unless raced by tho courts Tho matter will probably be left to con gress to decide Idllarlnn Ky Now 10County Clerk Hamp Monday sent to the va riots election prcclncLs ballots with W Godfrey Hunters name under the mtlag cabin News from Judge Faulk nera couit at Manchester states that a warrant charging contempt has been Issued for Clerk Howard An effort to have Sheriff Ward of this county serve a telephone copy on Clerk How and was refused to the Constitution nIAmendment Ky Nov 9A bill will bo introduced In the Kentucky log Iblaturc which will meet In January 1901 authorizing a veto for an amend meat to tho constitution This amend ment will bo known as the dlsfran t ehisuig net which will make an cduI catlonal qualification for all voters Will Attend the Exposition I Louisville Ky Nov 9The Ken lucky Press Association accepted tho Invitation of time Kentucky Exhibit as l sociatlon to hold the next midsummer meeting at the St I ouls exposition it towas decided to send a delegation of Kentucky editors to the press parlla meat Covington Girl Sues For Divorce Vlncennes Ind Nov 10 Cathcnno Collins Cobb prominent in literary and society circles filed suit for dl vorce aGalust Arthur Cobb a young at torney and brother of Orlando H Cobb Jtidgo of Knox circuit court Mrs Cobb returned to her parents in Covlngton Ky- Carey Roberts Dead IxjKlngton Ky Nov 9Collector Sam J Roberts of this city received a telegram Sunday night informing him of the sudden death of his broth j era CarerE Roberts at Steubenvllle 0 Sunday morning The funeral will take place in Canton 0 Wednesday I Sudden Death of Prof Williams i HaVrodsliurgT Ky Nov 10Prof I John Augustus Williams 79 one of the- o f beatknown and most prominent educa fart In the state died at his home here I He had been III only three days No cause is attributed to lira sudden death other than tho Inlrmlttes of old ago IA Scratch on His Finger Ky Nov toDr n lr I win Abell a nephew of Bishop Spauld lug of Peoria Is In a serIous eomll thou at St Josephs infirmary through j being Infected by H scratch on hjj lamer during aa operation f a v11Y4e 1f l +Y iki71 NiY + w AC 1 x y t 3 t- I w j v J I s tiI J off C J n lp r J t j V ri Jdd L P THE BREATHITT NEWS r = jJWISE HAQINS editor fIo Friday November 13 1003 9 =I JOHN D WHITE C C a w y r Room 003 Kentucky Title BUc Louisville Ky I Will practice in State and U S Courts Buys und sells Real Estate Kee f Rood list of Farms at fair prices S rclalattention given to Oil Coal and t land Reports values on- t fl plication Director for the New Et raIn Land Oompanr Circulation more than FOURTEEN HUNDRED copies Wo have tho largest circulation of any paper ever published in Breathitt county i WE published last week the of cial returns from all the precincts in the county We took our statement of the Oakdale precinct from the certificate hold byone of the I Judges of the election of that pre- cincta The County Clerk said then and says now that he has never received any returns from I Oakdale precinct from the Judge and Sheriff of the election ns re asquiredcertified at the close of the elec 1d tion and cried at the door of 1x election room areas follows 4 Beckham 101 BelknaplOHTIiddell171 + l Blak y93 Roberts 164 Adauts100Day Spicer 101 But when it was learned that these returns would not elect Roberts i and Dayon the taco of then returns sown one got hold of certificate pasted on that stub 1 book and mutilated and changed r it so as to read as follows P 1 1 1JCCKIUUU Ol Belknap 108 Riddle 281 Blakey 28 Roberts 204 Adams 10 i Day 258 J Spicor 10 You ought to see that mutilated certificate now in the County Clerks office The Clerk refu to certify to a copy of same BO 1 photographic copy has been made The forger was in a hurry or he was a poor hand at the bit ness for he did not erase all t figures nor did he make a good two out of the ouo in the hundredths place There were 264 votes cast at the precinct byadding you will see that a t touch larger number was counted t We do not think it would hard to find the guilty party lthiscase as it is only ten miles from the place of voting to the county seat where the returns At should have been brought not later than Wednesday Let the guilty parties bp dicted and punisned according law James P Adams of Salye rs IaJtooka look at the Oakdale certificate and found that 100 votes hud 1 been added to Roberts and taken fron him making 190 votes difference from the rotur thathe 100 votes given him at Oak dale gave him a majority of JJ8 in the district lIe accordingly went to Beattyvillo to file a con t test Ho says ho only wants the 100 cast for him at Oakdaln W W McGuire formerly of Vot Liberty has moved into the IIOUBO I recently purchased of J It Ulakc on College avenuea Mrs Ourdeliu Jialser or lIt lell 11 who line been vialiing fricids and rel atives in the county fur the past two months will return Maple Monday Dr J A Taulbee und Ids mother r turned Hrst of the week bunt a Ihr weeks trip to Oklahoma Everett Duck rtho him been at Joiepha hospital at Lexington for the past six weeks with typhoid fevc ttIturned Imine Tlinrnduy Laid to Rest Little Alex the eight year old son Joe 3tronKpt Athol died at Dauvil hursdayandwaebrought lioma Friday I burial Jje tract attending school wharp I 1I IIII I L K NS B CORRESPONDENCE II From This and Surrounding Counties by our Special eJ Correspondents Di BOONVILLE B J Mayers has moved to his ne dwelling house across the river on h farm deliveredpe o pBohlto the wife of Bruce Voodivnrd 29th Oct A bouncing Republican boy and Bruce is the happiest man earth The hardest Hardshell Haptiat se mon that has been reached in toot villa fur years was preached nt the Presbyterian church Sunday night Our County Clerk hits been enjoined 40 oflin and by so many different cnn lidntcj concerning printing ballots for Nov 10th special election I doubt 0Ior Amos Durbina tow that hu been lost forlhulatl 47 days was found under the Method 1st church house She was diva notwithstanding she had not tnst jd food nor water fdr 47 days She MOW nlive and fair on the vav to ra ovary An altercation occured last vrfiek u n White Oak beta eeh John Peters fro if liiiirj and Jnmei Neely on ore tide and Henry Hamilton on the other in which Hamilton was very seriously Aoiinded In the head with n piece of seedling by Peters mid others null CuShoHamillon wounds are thought to fatal Cause loo much whisky A Difficulty occured on Sugar Gump Branch Tuesday night in which there- welelOor50 shots tired but no one hurt except David Masons step s mimed Barrett who was shot in the leg John und und Campbell Rose Wm jenle Bay Sheperd Ed Wilson at- Lee Wilson ion of Ed are all under SOO 00 bond to answer charged wi the shooiiig Elbert Combs onllIlnwor Clint Ball hot and wounded one Ab Beard Indian creek list week the trantt darhou Serous pu Combs was brought before Squl Chandler but Is waitingresults The election went oil quietly in iii county 110 Combs for clerk and D G Wilson for s tenuIDees wet e taken from them by contest wSfM r elected Combs without opposition Won it defeated Wm Harvy his opponent by 241 majority John F Brewer was elected County Judge to fill out unexptred term of Judge llyden wht office was declared vacant by contest deeuling ExJudge W B Qabbard it appoiunt by 62 majority Ilelktt carried the county 820Tlie IrahlUlti candidate for Governor received volea in the lesYALLER HIUTCIIES Try TilE NEWS You will like it TORUENT LieheHalve factory at Kitlgewood Juneti ruiuried home on the 3d lust nlS1rJnoPnce of Itidgwood was In weekbut Sterling Ky preached three interesting aid touruc ire sermons lust Sulurdny und Sun Jay IJel1sr Edward and John Myers were falit llently ville Tuesday Sylvester Spencer hoe tooted hir amity here from Ulilmood Junction Mr Curl Ashley was In Uinclipstr Wednesday C S Bush Post matter WU1I11I Beau r vide Wednesday in1Ir Wm Bush Jr lint removed hi JunetoHenry Hedrich of Salt Lick Ky threw up lift job in the stave factory Kid wood Junction and hiked for home lecat Tuesday A broken shaft canted the stare fey c cs 5csci 90FfOYD DAY President H FIVJIIAWFOIID Vice President LTory to shut down MondayTuesday It resumed operation Wednesday IsFIWZEN Teomas Walter and wife of Magof hit t was vUItlng James M Burton Saturdaj and Sunday There are several cases of smallpox on Bloody Creek and Devils Creek and unstopped the school on Bloody Creek In Wolfe county- r There are a great many young pee pie in this port who are engaged In dlf ferent occupations some leachinc school some working and Irylng to make money and want to do some god while there are others who go to church to drink whisky and disturb those who are trying to do right cool t folks should be broJght galore the court no that they would be a shamed It was pay day Saturday at the mouth of Frozen and n large crowd In attend ance Old Uncle Louis Napier died on the 1114lnsl He was one of our best citizens and his loss In mourned by all hili neighbors for he was a good Chrlstnln man and died in full triumph of faith Brother JB Fllnchutn preached at South school house last Sunday to a large crowd and some of those trb helped eat pork cake and honey n Mr Caleb Fletchers were Mr E John IyIon and mfr Mr McPeJson and wile Misses Aggie and Lula Fllnohum and IsothetlllO numerous to mention and nil- e delighted because of Ihose two daught ers of Mr Fletchers who knows how to fix things to oat AViley Riley has taken the job of hauling the lugs on Strong Fork for IIIW U Duty A Co nosy being cut James M Burton as Forman hade lo LIties BOWLING Perry county IsLoltnn Bowling laves to visit in the lower end of Leslie county titJohn Dixon he basil knife the limer0toblank like itkeep that knife Dad bf the boys got a little too much whiskey lust Thursday onlll1rcdI their pistols off cloie lo the jJK5SilJsJlSIeutlon the Deputy Slier tit summoned a po3i afU enptured tilt gentlemen John A Burger was Zit man who did the shooting and he was chswan before the Magistrale who fined iIsAllie hacker was hauling goods a few days ago and as he went by n nor rotrplacetntherandhiawngonslippeu 3un the bank Fortunately for his the coupling pin broke Ills goods were badly demolished Dr Abshear of liuckhorn was here this week Prof Morris was n guest of the writer Saturday night The NEWS is your paper Try it IIIDo Goodit Pays A Chicago men huts observed that Good deeds are better thnn real es tote deeds some of the latter are worthless Act kindly und gently show sympathy und lend n helping hand You cannot possibly lose it Must men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than substantial help There are person in this cuts munity who might truthfully sapJle nd friend cheer up A ten doses ol Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold and tlipfe Isno dan ger whatever from pneumonia wiier- f you use that medicine It always cures I know It fur Julius helped tit out many a iimt For sale by DAY BROIl Co- i nlFOl1ndn watch item Ihe town Jackson Owner can lucre game by proving properly and paying fur thlt notice 5252525252 52sZ5 5252525 J SAMUEL HEAD Jnnnghler t ROBT ANA USDAIJ Asst Unsh i nsdi 5air3 at- u JACKSON DEPOSIT BANKi KentuckyI 1500000- Surpius t 105000 j lieWo solicit the Bunkiiiff JJiisinoss and accounts of NalniifaotliPelsITimber Dealers 3 Business Men r eeMerchants Y sJ- n I I StFarmers L 3j Tlirougliaut Eutarn Kintnjky anal ofjr our Hatoiners r n the ino3- S C LIBERAL TERM busiuosaItl C C COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY D- 52SS2rt ItlJGr c2c2Ei525252 TTTT t y =rA P CRAWFORD JAMES IWOPHY A F LYON jj- jjI A1 PtOft I DKALKIJS IX 1 General Merchandise y J lg ollltInit of n brand now line of Clothing Shoesthats l r T Dry Goods Groceries 1 Gents Furnishing GoodsI3 Hardware generarr 0 M 1storo i Rock Bottom Prices r krawfordrl- andW let us show you what wo can do H La Pa CRAWFORD t U StFOR SALE We have for solo many desirable arm in Central Kentucky especially n Uurion and adjoining counties rheas farms range in acreage from 50 to 500 Acres 5andin prices from lo to 60 Per Acre dSame of these places are Rich Blue- Grass Faring and others River and Creek Bottom lands We have excellent facilities for thaw ing these farms and would be KInd to show them to ihosU who are interested If you are thinking of guinn to Oklahoma Texas Arkansas or to the West in Search of a Home Vrite ns and we will forward you In formation regarding these different States WI are in a position to obtain the very towwUraUtomi rate and to RO Hong with you and show you any ol tticsuconntriei Yourcorrespondence is solicited and will have our prompt at tention Central Ky Real Estate Co 1ydIIIt E YOUNG Secretary and Treasurer lo2d illsJI Hanan Shoe FOR SALE AT- e Day Bros Co illfry US for JOB WORK THE BREAD MAKER has no tears of the result when using Mansfields Flour- Its white and his the natural taste and flavor of tho wheat berry Makes better whiter healthier bread than pot have been using because it It milled from the brat wheat and milled In the right way on the best equipped roller flour mill in Kentucky Lot a 25lb sack of BEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN LIMA talk to joull will be stare convincing than n barrel of words Ask jour grocer for i- t1C 3IAXSFIEU SON ROSSLYN KY WUKOIIS For Sale t We have received a car load df the celebrated Weber Wagons King of Alland before you buy elsewhere we would respectfully ask that you call and examine our wagons Mr N II Combs will be pleased to show them to you nt oily time ORUX Conns A Co A linrpiln for Saute One Ivl Farm In Lee ciunty for Stamper place on the head of Hear Creek Nice dwelling go d storehouse cribs and barn never falling water well fenced Trice rea sonnble and terms easy For portion tars apply to SAM JETT- Wlnehfiler Ky fur u JSailCoia If y 111 have a bad cold you need a ijuud reliable medlclhu like Chamber Inlnn Cough Itamedy to loosen nod re hove It and to allay the irritation and inllamation of tho throat nnd luncs Fur sale by Day true Co J050 will buy a good Elgin or With hum watch of S D Fleenor call on him a henu need of anything in the Jewelry liiirt rTHE HAZARD 1 BAPTIST INSTITUTE o1cnJANUARY 1904 We hope to have our now building by this tune It will bo an elegant building consisting of live well furnished rooms two hulls and an office Tho faculty will consist of Five First Class Teachers Special attention will bo given to the prepar ation of teachers for work wile other departments will not bo neglected Be ond tho Common School tho fol lowing subjects will be taught Mathemat TrionouletryEnglish Geography Moral- Sciencej Psychology Music Etc Tuition Per Month Frottt1to S2 Board Including Fuel Lights Etc 5175 to 52 235jTFor further particulars call on or address A S PETREY 11 OR E F DAVIS 1 HAZARD KENTUCKY 1 Mio M O t iJ v L 1IWl tfI Bf6S Oi6 l f1Have e 1ka 111I 11 f ihr l GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson Consisting r of fr t 4- rJ CftI QQS w 4- Ofifl9 4IJ if st N iI L gufttSf 1 I gt f We have the Finest t Line of SHOES in Eastern KentuckyJ Our mens shoes are r of the Latest Style w For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy nillinery Goods This Department is under the man agement of Miss Laura Rawlings who can show you the Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from the Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE W are the people you are looking for we have it bcar loads to suit every body Come and see us our iiiiiiiiTTiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTiiiiiiinnmiiiHHI niiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimuiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiinii U iiiiiniiiuiiiiiiiimtMMHHHr- VS 2 v pay Bros CQ v ufe r tI t 11 4- t i tJ la lit iIlt Tf rrtt T J i or tit wbj 1 I i f v rai t t 7 t4 Y k 0 t rn cF- trIirtlllo N C US B 4 U Bl- Weak f will have our Full Opening next Ic tit week Our stock of Clothing Shoes Hats and lento Furnishing Goods is the most complete wo have over hnd since 1i wo have been in business I nm yours to giro you n Out Trice from IS g percent lower than the lowest t Y c IG KELMANYrn Jackson Kentucky r 1 bt Jto r Z It etlli J0 lg r f y fi 0 r O W t 1 fl uG t 3 10 Ii f 11 J 1iw r 1 off ft l t 6 I tt The Breathitt News ev liilll lic l Every Friday = 52S2521if iIN AND moUND JACKSON n l5sas2ss 5asasa- e cJ = y K Circulation more than FOU11TKEX Iliinilrfid coiilos Eggs tie selllnR at 15 cents dozen atwHtndinan Ginseng Is quoted at t5 and per pound Hiram Bailey Is atteiidinR court at mild man If you have any engraving to do S D Fleenor Win Dny moved back to hU farm on Frozen Creek lust week You can get the best hams und bay con at Edwards Son Lewis Gross of Elkntawa was hero Thursday Have your eyes tested and fitted by S D Fleenor Jeweler ant optician Henry Williams of flays was here on business Thursday t See 8 D Fleenor fur all kind t watches clocks and jewelry repairing prices reasonable Misses Margaro t Sewell nnd Nancy t Spencer are vUHIng friends in Mt S ter rIng Robert Ford sun of J W Fd or t this Vince Is quite slok with typhoid 1fovert Mrs M W Carter will leavo next Mondpy for a visit to her mother In of- Wolfo county C G- house Drown has moved into the he recently purchased from Wm Day on East Main street r Pure Lured Pekln Ducks Cornish In than Game chickens and Belgian III for solo by M M HAQISS f iJackson K yDr II F Davis has put on a new coat of paint on the insideof his grocery store which improves the appearance very much t For stek headaohb try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will 1 Jwanl off the attack if taken in t 1Jortitt e by DAY Bros Co y One red and white oldnd cow Yrith 16 L ono IjoontjnlMr n rout Irlfrr 1t s ifl months old Finder will please tUxO0 Hall t 11 J II Nowland was elected Mara In fill out the unexplr xl term of Mr James Cockrill Wu keep on hand at all times a good supply o nice fresh meal which we will sell cheap CHAIN COMBS Co Mrs S S Taulbee and two little children Virginia null Until left this morning for Lexington 8 D Fleenor lies Just received the nicest line of 1817 Rogers liras Silver ware ever brought to Jacksonconslst ing of knives forks tea dessert table anti loqvenlor spoons Call and exam ine theta You will see something new every 50dayln Day Bros Cosshoiv w9ndo Bos worth is the decorator and when it conies to dressing a window Tom cant be beat Eli Jones returned last week fr tryKnoxville Tenn whore he had b- on 1J1I connected with his fruit tree agency J WEd wards Son sell sliced ham at ISo pound- WANTED To buy poplar logs for veneer work 10 Inches and up asp length will pay cash Wlj GIDSON Norton Va Died nt 8O Mrs Fannie Allen died asher home nighteof ago woe years 000 to Loan on good real estate security Call on or address ALFRED UOEUUTS Lot Creek Ky Congress Congress was convened In special session lust Monday to ratify the trot made with Cuba Joseph Cannon of Illinois Will elected Speaker OIL And the roi inni ions in which it is found Send 25 ct for the Oil Prospectors Guide W II KAUtKNKR Falrfl IowA reaCnes tu nslringtott W Ctirdnpr of Salyersville l IRSiI been appointed Private Secretary to Congressman Jrntik Hopkins He left last week for Washington to as sume his duties Harper Heirs ImoTlhe suit to test thin validity of ihf claim of the Harper heirs to a large estate In the Indian Territory s r IIIa ciir ti l ffl 111111111Iliap4lilioR plPU4flt- i Lost +Ole red rnalolsleor about tll roe yfnrii old nod weight about 800 pound It nil iiir Imve bjen rrUit bitten a nil hitve the nppiiinmce of having tieei umpped Finder will pleade notify 110 and receive reward 1 I RWIS GROSS Elknlawu Ky We have Just received n car load of bedsteads sluing matrasses chairs churns ull sizes and kinds which we roi iectfnlly Invite the public to call and examIne Prices are cheap Oralu Comb+ Cu Saw AII11 Unravel Fird destroyed the band saw mill be lonfllnn to SwannDay Lumber Co Nntiirnl Hrijgo last Saturday nig The mill has a capacity of love rnl thousand feet of lumber per day nnd- hl una of the finest saw mills belong tau to the company Loss Severn thousand dollars with little fnsurrutee CIny City Time Notice Any person or persons deetroyi- Irny property of tUe Jackson Elect Light and Power Cos lines lamp etc will be prosecuted to the full ex tent of the law Jackson Electric Light Power Co Uy Luther Lob CIRCUIT COURT Liberty demons Gets Four YearI Other Cases Eliza Splcer was fined 50 for mail emus shooting and wounding Irvine Allen was lined 300 fur mall cluus shouting and wounding Liberty demons was soul to the fur four years fur the murder of Ju Howard Most all the felony cases leave beet continuedA dell1ennor cases lave beei tried M A M Iinglns Art now prepn to furnish some flue pair trios pens of Pure bred Cornish Int Came chickens and White Pekli Ducks at roisonablo price It cost no store to keep pure bred fowls thai Mongrels and they are much m profitable Our Indian Game li weigh from six to eight pounds and the roosters from seven to ele yell pound I Sorry to See Him Leave The many friends of Dr W P Hog will be sorry to hear that he has gon to California where he Intends to 1o cute and make that State his future homo He was a good physician and durln his short stay here built up a fine practice and made many life lo rig friends who wish him much suetsea homehipartner continue to remain in told office Notice Mr T TIIiner Attorney is the au thorized collector for all accounts for the Jackson Electric Light and Company and all settlements f this date should bo quid to him also will receive all meter bills fr month to month anti la the gene representative JACKON EIECTHIO LIGHT d POWER Co Nov 18Ot By LUTHER LEDRR llavo Patloneo There satins to be some mieundo- wa r standing regarding the starting up of the Electric Light Plant Tho people should not worry the run Yeas only temporary as there wtro delay In getting water owing to the unlaces Thepn nUll hMo now completed the order fall r perfect connections and the plant will be running at full speed In n day or two Mr Lober will leave a com potent engineer In charge of plant on lib departure from Jackson who will please the citizens Irrespective ofpre ent assemblage and the citizens c look for good lighting and good asrvlce fur evermore JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlains Stomach and Ltv er Tablets When you feel dull atoreating When you hnve no ppputite When you Imvo a bad taste In your mcuih Wlien your liver is torpid Whmi your bowel nre constipated When you hors n headache tyhEII1I11 feel bilious They will Improve your nppellte cleanse and Invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels For sale by Dllf Itroa Co We have received cur loud of K l nawha Salt oddarc selling seven bushels for 175 Onuv Count Co a 52552525iiS2S jru J CIVIL ENOINEgUSI Prompt Alimitliin Riveil to D all claRsen of work MIM Qj SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OFFICEKEIrIUChI 5225275eac r + r Sr Wait fur 8 U Fecuur to o u uie UFlIPC PQaodtl WEDDING BELLS DICKSOVAD1MS Dr C B Dickson and Mba qr Adams were qtiiotly married In the parlor of the lied River Hotel at Clay City last Tuesday evening in the Ire ence of the friends oj the family The bride Is the beautiful end aec pllshed young daughter of Mr and bi W T Adams and Is ont of Clay City society belles a Dr Dickson is arising young dentist of this city and is u gentlemen every sense of its meaning The couple left for Cincinnati re turning to Jackson Thursday night Toy have taken rooms at Mrs Ram sey son Arlington Avenue The NEWS Joins a host of friends In hophtCall and See Theta In this IHIIA you will find the advor tlsement of A P Crawford Co a new firm doing business In the Cra ford building Their goods are all new sad their prices ore rock bottom They desire to cell especial attention to their large stock of uptodate cloth riding Collanti enle their large as sorinifiit It will cost nothing to look Star Hoiitos Nary vulvas Fpeculatlve bidding p- gr ro hiblted Only locnl people eligible to bidBox delivery and collection of mall on every route- Potma8ter General advertising for btda for nil star routes In Kentucky Eleven In Breathitt county Under the rules of the Department a bidder must live on or near the route nnd required to perform the service or tit least give It personal supervision speculativehiddershn ail on every route Anyone living along a rente and who puts up a box on road side so that surlier need not leave his horse or wagon and files a written re quest with the man delivered tree of charge UIIMs for routes must be rondo and Puimaster 0 not later than 4 p m December 1 Decisions of award will be announced on ur before February 1 100J beginningonePostmasters have blanks and cat give information relative to bidding anti rules governing the service List of routes in Breathltt county Jnckson to Hindman Juckson to Hazard Uobbins to Jackson Rousseau to Jackson Woburn to Jackson Turkey to Athol Boxer to Compton Uoufseau to Lambric Wharf to Oakdale Taulbee to Simpson Cro jkettiville to Elkatawa ileComhlnntlon Offer By our liberal terms with the pu ushers of other papers we are able to furnish you two papers fur a lift morn than the price of one We cap save you money on any paper you rUh to lake We will furnish you THE NEWSro and leeithrr of the following nrCuurinrJuurnsl rahhutllsvilla Chicago InterOcean Cincinnati Eivuilrer Lexington Loader HoiTe and Farm or New York TribuneFarmer Ono Year For Only 9125 So one should bu without a piper when he can buy two of the best in the country for so little money I IiETTEIl LIST Listof unclaimed mail matter ad vertlsed by Daniel D Hunt P M at Jackson Ky Nov 13 1P03 and ee- o to the Dead Letter office at WashIng- ton D 0 for the week ending Novem ber27 100- 3demons Marion Campbell W P Cooper Frank OrleyanGoodloe M J Hodgkin Mr Reffo Nickolas Mr Win Napier 0 0 Piveral George Sargent Belle Iluiiloy i JacobD D IIl1rst P M Tho Best Remedy For Croup This is the season when the wom who knows the best remedies for croup is in demand in every neighborhood Out of the must terrriblo things in the world U to be awakened in rite middle of the night by n whoop from one of the children The croup as u revolver iSBiireto be lost In cola of btirxlars I There used to be an old fashioned reedy m for croup known as hive syrup and lulu but some modem mother say that Cliamberlalns Cough RPm edyIt is better and does nut cost mi much causes the patient to throw up the phlegm quicker und give relief in a shorter lime Give thus remedy as noon as tlie croupy iKiunh nppear and It will prevent the tinck It never fall and la IlfiiMuit HIM lair Iji Uke FiiKHlf liy liv Kr 0o Tho Elect Ion TI tie rtn yew 1 t 1tIt I 111 aOf t I L 11 I Ieeilr1 float hIr J jltur 1 5r 52525Zs e5SZe25r5 e211ZS2r25zszsds2sr5Z5F5 5 cee Criterion J 0f F aSiollr Ii 11 reLatestund Best We Hnvo Now a Full nod InTof Completoi READY TO Iio0 ChoicestrnEver Shown lit Jackson The Line of Notions you will find by Call aiuoon US Before Buying Elsewhere RESPECTFULLY PETERS RAMSEY IJ mJAOICSON KENTUCKY III 2S252S2525252S2SS2S2S2252525252S2S S2S22SrJv Returns From the Army Judge AbnerEversole left last Mjn day for St Paul Mlntti in meet his lionI Charlie who Is on his tray home from the army Notice Any person or persons cutting down Chestnut trees fur the roll or other wise cutting timber or trespassing on the lands of the Kentucky Union Com pany the Guff Lnnd Company tin Georges Branch Cannel Conl Company or the Lost Creek Coal Company it BreathItt Perry Powell Lee Wolfe or other counties In the State that they hove property In will be indicted for such offenses and prosecuted to the extent of the law- t A 8 HENRY G W SKW LLAsent MRS L S ADAMS Of Golivaton Texaa blessingtoseven with weakness and bear- lagdown and havlntf tried sever doctors and different remedies with no success your Wlnt of Cardul mebbuild up the wok parts strengthen lethe syiiem and correct IrrtjuUritiw By tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian or of ailments that women have rourselhthomewiththllJlreat o Wino of Cardni has cured thousands of cases which doctorrhavefailed to benefit Why not to well today All- druggists have 8100 For stomach liver or Vowel disorder Thodfords Black Draught should be used- roradtlroandatmt adtre111Ylnlf- J1I1 Tha ladles Aarleory ucpari IIJOD Tile nittnooca iTenn WINECARDUi Coal and Timber Lttiul WnutcdtiWanted one hundred thousand ncres of coal and timber hind In Eastern Kentucky for CASH for Eastern Capi talists Write to 0 E SMITH Lexington Ky The Weekly Inter Ocean Is a member of the Associated Press the only Western Newspaper receiving the entire Telegraphic Nuws Servlco of the New York Sun and Special Cable of the New York World reports s from over 2000 correspondents throughout the country- air YEA RONE=IPPLLAg Subacrlbo for THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS and Tho Weekly Inter Ocean one your both papers for 125 AMERICAS BEST Editorially FeurlKss Con8istentlr Republican NPa fr m HII of tl or d1Y h writ ieimriilMiilSliir5e = iiin t i tet irtleho nInItH Fvanti n r 01 l 1 Ig t sIiIy no ws TIllS SUIT YOU I The best 500 Shoe 8500 Made i Sold by U Day Bros Co Jackson Kentucky Low Rates From Lexington Via the SOUTHERN RY Effective September 15 to Novem ber 80 California Polntl3i 40 Portland Ore 40 40 Tacoma Wash 40 10 Seattle Wash 40 Spokane Wash 37 40IOgden Utah SG Helena MontwBO 40 Butte Mont 36 40 lulling Mont 31 40 Ono wny tickets will be on sate via tht Southern Railway from September 15 to November 30 at the above rates std correspondingly low rates will bo made to other points in the West and NorthwestCheap settlers tickets nod round trip honieseekers tickets wit also be on sale October Oth and 20th antI November Sd and 17th to Oklaho mo Indian Territory Texas mind to ninny other points in the West also points in the Southeast For maps folders and complete In formation tail on nay agent of tits the Southern Railway or address OOSTE VAUTTr A LexinutonKy C If II UXGEUFOKD D PA j Louisville Ky 0 IJ ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo r = PROFESSIONAL CARDS I J Win HAOISS OX Bowti 8 UAQINS de BqWLINGlrt ATTORNEYiiAV LAW arOffice over Post0ile JacusoYIScNrrcar- dAII business Intrusted to them will leceivtf prompt and careful at tention = = f TUGS T ItlHER A tit PATTON M JE JHNERPATTON ia LAWYERS ii L JACKSON TUQKyJ = tllmmmJ1nJIfrIfIll I L C ROARKs E LAWYER E JACKSON KENTUCKY g Will practice in Breathltt and = JIagjffln Counties It- IJ I I I IIIWWW11al11WIN1111WWW1111Ito o === Stone Mason t I Foundations j StonesPillars I RAILROADTABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective October 17 1903 East Bound DallyI4Ib NO4 Dally nz Sunday PM AM Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 310 825 Clay City 866- Ktunton 913 I 406 923 Natural Bridge 435 95 1Torrent 449 1008 Jun 511 1029 Y 0 K June 611 1128 i Ar Jackson 616 1190 West Hound Ne i Daily I1z Sasdsy o3illy Ex Sunday i AM PA Ar Lexington 1010 603 Winchester 923 520 Clay City 887 439 Stanton 828 480 Natural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 347 Heattyvllie Jun 726 826 0 K function 02ft 280 Jackson 025 225 Jfos 3 and 4 make close connectionIfor Cunnol City and points Kpiuncky Railway Division dally ex dept Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L E Juno tion with Chesapeake Ohio for Mt Sterling and local points BeattylIIevllle dally SundayJ Gen Mgr CIIAS SCOTT G P A I O JK RY Effective September 11802iEast Bound Wet Bound STATIONS I AM AR PM AR 1 AM LV PM LV 030 235 Jackson 1120 380 025 230 OAK Juno 1126 835 843 158 Wilhurst 1152 417 830 152 Hampton 1158 430 750 128 Lee Oily 1222 610 711 122 Heleohawa 1228 518 715 105 Cannel City 1245 545 AM LV PH LV Plf AR PH AX Westbound Passenger Train connects nt 0 K Junction with train which i leaves Lexington at 740 am Eastbound Passenger Train connects ijt U d K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lexington at 605 pmM COHLET Supt S2S25225r5r525rSue25wrrSc Hero We Are mThe Celebrated t 1M SHOEp The Best on Earth PRICE SBSOO PRJLQJS IJUrs L u mover vicerrcsI Milwaukee Wis Business Womans Association is another one of the million women who have been restored to health by using Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound II DEAn MRS PIWKIIAM Iwas married for several years and no children blessed my doctor said I t had a complication of female troubles and I could not have any children un less I could bo cured Ho tried to cure me but after experimenting for sev eral months my husband became dis gusted and one night when wo noticed the testimonial of a woman who had been cured of similar trouble through the use of Lydia E PInklinina Vegetable Compound ho went out and bought a bottle for me I used 1 your medicine for thrc and onehalf months Improving steadily in health nnd in twentytwo months a child came I cannot fully express the joy 4andthankfulness that is in my heart homo is a different place now as wo have some t live for and I IlelllEpound Yourn very sincerely Mns LC GLOVER CM GrovcSt Milwaukee Wig Vice President Milwaukee Business Womans Association tsooo forfeit Iferiflnal of atoiw Ittttr proelnj jenun ntti cannot kprodutidWUe Though worth tereral millions Hugh Sic the Brooklyn democratic boss f very little money on himself his 4 shabbyjbJ relative marriage and a in I says a New exchange Come over to R my store said Shevlin one day and get j1 youa pairofgoodahoetmade old man demurred at finally consented and l ta1 measured for a pair Shortly aft erward he received a bill for J12 jiiit about three times as much as he is accustomed to pay for footwear He looked at the docu ment gravely fora minute wrote acrots the fare ci it Collect from Shevlin hes re fpoiuiblc remailed it to the tender and beard nothing more about the matter New Fat Train to TMB via Iron Mountain Route leaving St Louts 630 nm for points In Texas and tbeSouth west Direct copncctlon with trains from North and Knst In addition to this the Iron Mountain Route live three other pms4oSleeper Dining Cars and Klvgant Choir Cars Twelve hours land to California4 KnMekt rchediilei to Texas Tourist tickets on sale the year round Write any agent of Iron Mountain Route or II C TOWN igouttat1Solo VnuIil lie Appreciated AlpenStoelcrdifficulties of the Matterhorn 0 delighted profetsor 1 must beg oft you to attend my next muvicil rppeption outrayiLoW Rate Kicnrnloni On the first and third Tuesdays of rack month to Texas Indian and Oklahoma Ter ritories viaL K r1fly Takeadvantage of the opportunity and Ice the theat glo Texia nui lI uC ncel Indian Territory and othei booklet brimfulof will be tent on receipt of two eent stamp to prepay JotAddress George Morton G T AM K T 1ItSuite Q The Wain wright St Lout Beware if threats People may not pay teltinThe Overland Limited solid train Chicago to the Coatt daily Chicago Union ilVific NorthWestern p Th 5bortetW7 jrI outofiaat- UckolRheumatism or Neuralgia I 1 IPIVU3D StJacobs Oil relflbutitiMaes and ends the sufferinc Price 25c and 5Oc Big Four Route h TO TH- EWORLD FAMED Virginia Hot Springs BylrecmtnentliUN- iWHomestead Hotel Under tho management of Mr Pied terry Tbli line brick structure U now fully completed usa 400 rooms and 25Q irIvste bath each room upplted wllb box dlllDe plious anti modert ppointmtnt UroVcrj offlco with direct Men MAONiriCKKT BATH DOUSE sad moil curative wateri known for ibeumatlim gout obnitr and ntrrotii trouble IJNCUOLP LlNKt aDd EW CLUB nou8JI with uh Court loanflnc roomi oft ptDC pone labial etc Tennis court auCl all oatdooi auuiementa Orcbettia OCTOBER and NOVEMBER The Grandest Montbf In the Year Mpl cent TraIn Service Dining Cars Pullman 5IeqcrP ObservsUoa Cars Reduced Rate Tickets now on sale For full Information call on agents of tfca I 01Q FOUR ROUTE j U 14 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lriion In lip Internnlloxal Serlt for ovem1ier IB lUIKI IMvlUn Trait In lintli The Lesson Text Psalm 23 Is 231 2 Jehovah Is ray shepherd For hundreds of years the lie brews had been a shepherd nation They knew as we cannot know the rich ness and beauty of this thought of Je hovah as a shepherd In trying to re alize what the Syrian shepherd was to tho sheep we must remember that the Syrian pastures arc not like ours but vast stretches of half barren land In which streams are few and often dry and which are Infested with wild beasts and Arab robbers With us sheep are turned out to pasture and left to them selves In perfect safety but In the east the shepherd literally lives with his Hock and shares their hardahipsand don gers with them for only EO can he pro vide for them and protect them I shall not want The perfecttrust of one who knows Gods care from experience It does not say I shall never want anything I cannot have but rather Whatsoever God sees is best for me I know that lie will do for lie loves me Ho maketh me to fie down In green pastures There are beautiful green oases In the most barren desert The Great Shepherd docs not abolish the desert but helps us to find and to rest In the oases It Is when we follow Him most closely that the truest peace Is found lie leadcth me There Is a great difference between leading and driving In America we tco sheep driven about by a man who as Henry van Dyke says ecems to be little more than a policeman to them The Syrian shep herd leads for In some of thr pastures there are poisonous weed and be must be there first to remove thim he must select the pasture with the greatest care and at the parting of the ways he with his superior wisdom must choose the right one and because they have grown up with him and have never been disap pointed by him the sBTtp follow him with Implicit faith Shtep have not very much wisdom but they have enough to follow the shepherd told that Is sufficient So we shall not want it only we have wisdom enough to follow our Shepherd Beside still waters Literally waters of rest Vs 3 4 Ho restorcth my soul1 Or restores or refreshes me for the lie brew word forlite and sold Is one The most faithful Christians need refreshing of spIriiTand those who have wan dered Jato dangerous antI therefore forbidden places need also to be restored to tho safety of the fold Both meanings are in this expression The paths of righteousness The thought here Is especially of the human flock One would not naturally speak of right eous paths when referring to the sheep To tho sheep they are the paths that lead to what is best for them they are the same to us Pehaps sometimes oui Shepherd leads us over stony way but He does not do it for Ills own slc nor because Ho does not know the pain of the bruised and bleeding feet but be cause there Is no other way by which He can lead us out Into the better life that awaits UK beyond Hut we do nut suffer alum He goes with us and His feet arc wounded as well as our owu And so we rvach the bitter land through tho sacrifice and blood of our shepherd- Ing Saviour The shadow of death Or deep darkness The psalmist has not merely the experience of literal death in mind but all experiences where the darkness is thick and profound- Vs o 6 Thou preparest a tablE before me In the presence of mine en emies The figure seems to change hero to that of a meal at which the psalmist thinks of himself as the pro tected guest of Jehovah Foes he still has but they cannot harm him Ills possible however as William A Knight has shown that It is a shepherdpsalm to the very end for In reality the shepherd prepares the pasture for the flock In the midst of all kinds of dangers anti enemies but they graze upon Ii In perfect security Thou hast anointed my head with oil A refresh- Ing courtesy shown to guests in oriental lands or the bathing or anointing of the bruised and weary shell as It enters the fold at night The shepherd has the horn filled with olive oil and he war ceUar tar and he anoints a knee bruised upon tho rocks or a side scratched by thorns And here comes one that Is nol bruised but Is simply worn and exhausted ho bathes its face and heat with the refreshing olive ofl and be taken the large twohandle cu and dips It brimming full from the vessel of water provided for that purpose and he lets tho weary sheep drink There It nothing finer In the psalm than this Gods care Is not for the wounded only but for the worn and weary also He anolntcth my head with oil my cup run neth oerW A Knight I Bliall dwell In tho house of Jehovah forever Jehovah Is my Shepherd ILls bouse It the fold I shall dvell as I am dwelling In Ills safe fold forever A perpetr fellowship Head In connection with this psalm John 10718 and Luke 1517 for Christs use oT this sonic figure rJUCntAL SCUUESTIONe- Ulefzcd Is tho man who can truly say The Lore la my shepherd Blessed Is the man who can say 1 shall nut want The Lords shepherd rare la better than any bank deposit MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS u A judge of a court of record Is held in Webb vs Fisher Tenu CO L It A 79- not to be subject to a plvate action for oppressively maliciously and corruptly I entering a decreo disbarring an attorney The steepest mountain railway in Europe is being built trout the Tyrolean Hlago of Kaltcn to the Mendel pass Its gradient Is 04 degrees thus ex idling that of tho Stanaerhorn In Switzerland which has heretofore held tho recordAn interesting scheme has been launched with the view of alleviating the misery caused by the failure of tho sardine fisheries off the coast of Brittany It consists In the emigration of the Breton fishermen to the shores of AlgIers and Tunis where the fish Is so abundant that one Sicilian lied of 2500 boats employs over 12000 men Already several hundred Breton families have handed In their names at various towna and villages but danger of the scheme failing lies in the absorbing lovo of country for nearly all the fishermen snake the condition that they shall be brought back to spend tho close season la their natvo baunt8 Clllon Pint UnttvayflattCeatr7 Under thabove heading the nailw Ail in referring to the recent centennial celebration of the city of Chicago said The world had not of railways In iS03 It was about 23 years after the start- Ing of Chicago befote the first locomotive went into service in the United States At early as 1830 a few farteeing men among the pioneers in the countl between gan the MlMintppi river determined that a railway ought to be built to Galena an ambitious town the lead mining regions pointThey cago honor of precedence in the title because it was the more important h was itI determined that the first railroad should itart for Galena from this little town on Lake Michigan Simply because there were a few men of the railway building lhese men migbt bave started a Chicago at tome point on the lake more attractive by nature than this The pioneer railway was to determine the loca tion the railway renter in the world and when William n and his associates determined that here should be the starting point of the railway to unite G lena with the lake they did the thing ChicagoIt after the chatter was granted Mire the tint piece of road was completed The of 1837 stopped the surveys alltdconttruction was not begun until l7 but on November 20 ISIS the Galena Chic Union Railroad ran its first train from Chicago west to Harlem 10 mile Within three years it had reacn 43 mile and by IRM had been ex tended to Freeport Jro miles wiAtfrlr from Chicago where stopped for good fhe Galena road never Galena hitof 11 mile between ami the original goil of its ambition wasaubstanUal by the construction of the Jlllnoh Central on III to Dubuque and the Galena k Chicago Union company having decided on a more direct line to the Mis isiippi river built the Dixon Air Line from Turner function on the old road SO miles rest of Chicago on to the Iisil which was reached at the end of IRoS The pioneer road had built a branch from Bel preroainltChlcJtOtdirect from into the same Vhsconsm ChicagoscompanyInwas consolidated viil the fiIC3Co i Northwestern Itailway cinpany an disappeared from the cene of action In S03 the Chicago k Northwestern alorhed the Chi Milwaukee and Milwaukee Chicago railroad which hAd built a line theirtitlelandthisof the Northwestern road The Chicago Northwettern vetcm and the efttire raitwa system of the Northwest therefore state in ISiS from the Galena k Chicago Union road and wasfittinRthat tocouimemorate the inauguration of the tremendous inter et to which Chicago owes so much the city should in the wall of the modun- NorthwEllcrn Railway station a tablet marking the site of the list railwaj depot in Chicago U Tain no sure sign said UntIe Eben dat a nian loves his country became he gits mat in a political abgument lies liable to ue tame thing over a boss raceVashington Star Can von put two and two trgether miniolcr I am sure Iks Cure for Consumpiion saved my life threeytirs agorMen Thor llobbinc oru1ch Feb 17 1000 There arc to many disagreeable people who limply wont heap coats of the on our bead Tile Chicago ort tWetlcrn the only Jonble track railway between Chicago and the Mattuuri hardlotMoney refunded for each ol Putnam Fadeless Dyes if untatifactory Vaporing cjnielimu oCHU to fig the i- sueluck HAPPY WOMEN Niia rare wife of C U Pare u prom incut re b i ilcutof GluH gow Ky Niy I wit B u JTcrinj from it coiii- plicnUuu o liidiioy troll bios llcsiilo u boil buck I liiiil agrcal dial of trou bio wllli tht- bOltllion itflnW WW UUK J tJf DLIII limes excessive nUll at other times beauty The color was high and pass ngeswero accompanied with n scalding scusdiion Dunns Kidney Pills soon reguluted the lilduey secretions tunic log tluir color normal and banished llio lii lamination which caused tillS scalding sciiiatioii I tall rest well my baclf is strong and sound and I feel wayFpr 50 cents pet box FOSTKRMILUUnN CO Buffalo N y SCNT GLT WET WEJl II P- Rw J alASK YOUB DEAIEB fot T- 1I5LICKP I MADE rAts nUS BY A DEPUTATION tiMLf4JiN Ut 1M IlUi A ttNIUIlT a TOW r 5 swmenU w hats ere rt of the be yellforttAI II ri E V aInpJ1 I WAZflliLtt r V1W I THE SIGN JoAFIS1t JA ITOWeR CAtlADIAN ColIM 0I0 tcCAN FWIIflACWuS 31S 3 SHOEQ 4M 0 IV QU 1 V4i7 VJ wearing w L Doaglai 5350 or3 shoes 11no inaVV tlui have been cost luif you from SUO to 300 The im menso sale ol W LDouglas shoes proves Ihelrauperlorltyoyerall HoM by retail Tihoa dealers everywliero Look tot name nUt price on bottom Douglas usa for OitColtrrotrithfr Ii Talus Doolllallh Corll81 thlgrad rllIAlhumade used0i S UN1OM MADE a u a u f n M Skoet bf mll 55 rMI extra lllaitritrdCatalog fret W L DOtULLS Brockton 1- 553510E R DAY AGENTS WilTED T B BEI3- z1Izwcw IC t ld- UQlltla6tOI va IihA1iIut11 LATEST FAD IN TATTOOING Lnrac Number of Society Women nitinntmrnte Decoration Ate Oli erTCd at Ocean Ileiurt A surprising number of young women with tattooed initials and devices 01I their forearms may bo seen on the sand at tho bathing hour at Atlantic City N J As majority of women who visit At lantlo City are vm Inland cities mostly In tho west it would seem that tho tattooing fad which took bold of Now York women a tow years ago bad spread ua the interior- A sumptuouslooking woman with classic taco and head a great mass ot dark wavy auburn hair and a skin 01 r dazzling whiteness tho pallor of Ported healthwho appeared on tho beach every morning is an extremely chic black mohair bathing dross was called The Python Girl by the other bathers on account of tho elaborate tattooed device that covered her per fectlyformed right arm from shoulder almost to wrist It was a fine bit or tattooing unques tionably the work of a Japanese tattoocr In four colors blue red brown and gold The device Is that of n python U battlo with an eagle The snako was coiled around tho womans plump arm many times with occasional breaks between the coils revealing tho snowy whiteness of tho unncedlcd skin and the colors of tho piece stand out with amazing detail and vividness- A grizzled officer of the navy stooc looking at the beautiful womans tat tooed arm at the bathing hour one morn log and then he turned away shakinj his head sadly Isnt It a shame ho growled that so glorious a creature as that woman should have permitted herself to b a marked up that way Its bad enough for us nddlcpatcd menowarsmcn what wouldnt I give to get rid ever now and I am an old man of the Infernal tattooing that I bad stabbed Into me when I was a cub of a middy but for n rampageous beauty like that woman Ha a shame sir a blame Pity A BELATED MARRIAGE FEE After Two Years a ew tersey Ju live HecelTe fTS for Marrying u Couple of Tramp Justice Way of Camden N J has Jus t received a 75 fco for a marriuge ho performed two years ago At that time Ii C was visiting in Atco when a young mai and a young woman tramps asked bin to marry them They said they hat beet on tho road together and meant to giv P- It UI find decent employment and star anew The justice decided to give then a trial and ho performed the ceremony They had no money but promised tc see that he got his fee tV few months ago after the justice had given up all thought of the couple he was visited at his office In this city by a welldressed pair who drove up lr a cab He did not recognize them but they soon made themselves known an dafter his congratulations they gave him a 10 bill anti urged him to visit thorn at their farm near Dover Del Tht justice has just returned from his visit Uo says ho found the pair with two little ones and with every evidence of pros pcrlty They gave him 65 more for a marriage fee NEW WAY TO TEACH PARROTS IlillHileliililn Woman fiTH Time i- itIio toer hy UaIig a v Phonograph A Philadelphia woman enjoys the dill tinction of introducing Improvemcn in tho method of teaching parrots ti talk Instead of repeating words for the parrots to practice upon the woman sets a phonograph golug retires to a rocking chair and takes It easy The phonograph does all the teaching Persistence and patience both cif which the phonograph has arc necersarj to Instill Into the parrots mind the lessons which must ba learned before Its linguistic ability Is such cs to brinK the birds marketable value tip to a profitable figure The birds learn as readily from the phonograph as from the human voice said the woman I think they pick U p the words more rapidly too It save time and time Is money A week usual ly Is required to make II parrot perfect In the pronunciation of a Xord or zen tccce MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 10 CATTLE Common 2 23 W 3 23 Heavy steers II to 4 CO tfp 4 S3 CALVESExtra 7 00 7 23 HOGS Ch packers B 15 1 5 35 Mixed packers to 5 05 D 5 15 ShEEPExtra 3 15 iPI 25- LAMBSExtra 5 50 0 5 C- OFLOUU Spring pat 4 GO 4 05 WHEAT No 2 red liP SO No 3 winter Ii S CORNNo2 mixed P 4r OATSNo 2 mixed 0 3- 6JtENo 2 Gaiidf w HAY Ch timothy 12 75 POUK Clear family 13 SO LAUD Steam 6 6 70 BUTTEU Ch dairy 1 = Cholco creamery 2- 1AIfLESFancy 2 73 Glj 3 00 POTATOES Per bbl 2 15 t 2 23 TOBACCO New 3 50 9 00 Old 5 CO JJ 5 05 Chicago PLOUU Winter put 4 00 tiP 4 2- 0WHATNo 2 red 7TY 78 No 3 spring 70 80 COUN No 2 mixed p 4- 3OATSNo2 mixed 3 Hi 3- 5RYENo 2 tip 53 POUK Mess 11 lniPl 50 LAUD Stuam 6 87 O 6 90 New York PLOUU Win strts 3 95 0 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red c 84 COItNNo mixed j SJi OATSNo2 mixed 0 40V- UYE Western iJ 61I- PORlFainhiy U1S 00 LAUD Steam tlJ 7 W Baltimore mATNo 2 red fi 82 COICN No 2 mixed l 40 V- tOAfa No 2 mixed 61i 10 CATTLE Steers 4 23 E 4 75 HOGS Western C 00 Louisville WHEAf2o 2 red j 81 mixed iJ IOy OATSNo 2 mixed qji 33- POUK Mess 13 00 LAUD Steam 7 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 83 CORN Kd 2 mixed 44 OATS No S raised f 33tf L ART ENTHUSIASM ft nil neat All llnir Mnch Anlma tuba TherciNIPitlIC Ilolar When the arliU ion of John Harper was a raw student hs father was very in terfiled In his work One d he 4aw a new ly finished picture on the easel telatc ti Sew York Ah thats tine he burst out line Theres loti of life lots of animation that 111 00 Youve truck the tight thing now tndactionnut father 1 dont understand what you iieiin Why picture hat action movement In it Look at those how rearing and t ahead tugging at tIe reinsand their ridfflale standing up in their stirrups houtlng and waving their sabers over their headsthe Is movement and animation is itapokons last shnrte at Waterloo- No father that a sour beet patch la a strong wind THE WRONG SIMILE That I la Ihe Case ol a Young Lady ho Was a Scale Breaker lie kneel at the reel ot the lititeu Now In order to make plain what ii to fol low let ui state that the heiress weight 300 UII Judge True love however we wilt concede for the take of argument knoni BO And no woman Ii ever totals her fortune Therefore to plotted messieurs lie kneels ti we have previously said at the feet of the beiteit You sic aU the world to Ute be tF claIms Whair the pants You wretch ate ron aware of the the equator itha largest diameter oi the world t- In vain does hP8r Uf that the equator nan Im line This only makes worse Metaphorically the sits down on him metaphorically DC Ii crushed lie He Found lit Polk Ark Nov OA remedy that will absolutely cure Khcumatiira has been dii covered by Mr George lliland of this place t Mr lliland is wtiificd that the remedy he1 has used i a sure cure for it cured him of a cry xcrioui rate of Acute Uheumali m when he was 10 bad that he could not move i Thi is what lie 11 I wan trouH l with what u called Acate Uhetimatiim in 1000 I was in uch hip that I could not wove without help 1 iras treated by a physician who helped me some but I was ttilt In in when my wife MW Doddn Kidney liIIdcnlted a auI I for Uheumatiun She insisted on roy trying I them and I sit better after taking tic hut box I continued and now Ian Yelt and stile o work all the time I have found Dodd a Kidney 11111 to be jUlt what thoy lire cbimtdI to be a perfect cure for Uheumatiira fI tlc statement seems to ettkahldoubtartowbelheroruotlthtfl- uattitn can be I curedVhieIf I i The pretideat hall an Informal reception In his otticc tfctDllr anda number of vi itor were iitrtenicii to One lady herreli at train Jacksonville 11 inlroourfdI Mr lrefldtDt I he come al jun to sec you I hire never seen vesidcnt before t Mr iteoeveIt much amused Well hell hn flmHII hope you dont feel ditappointeienl DC you bait teen one lots of prupe in theie harts go all the way to Jaek nville to see- I live I wonder which kind of a toutiit fceU tile mot sold 5ate mRit Wanted As genera tent in this and adjacent coon ties an tiM established lion with the mot prolitable line of sale man that I tld on the roadtoday Man mu t furnish g Years contract 100 to ISO month net Bond or UO cash re- quirril ChanT for mlvaiterment Only hiMtlm wanted Addrwn Alexander e Company Box K Ireenjbttrj Indiana Ill ClaIfcfbun Tell me what you eat laid the wise fur Ill tell you what you arc iatai ejaculated the col TAhl the w e According to the dopp book you are a Chiraman Cbi cage Newi DouliU D llr Through tiervie to California via Missouri Iaclflc Hallway and Iron Moon Lain Itoute Choke of Central touts through Colorado orvle the rue Southern Itoute through Texas Anton etc Through operatingthroghFratci co J ourlat car service to California four layiiln the week For rate such full Information nddrrnnny agent of Missouri ParlJc hallway or Iron Mountain Itoute or K I TonN8pNP CJenrriJ 1asstnger and Ticket Agent tit Louis Ililitled Qncrj Sheh mght have married a foreign noble meal He That uwbo did pay bis debts Judge lies what I call a good ottr lie IIdnt stein that way to me Why I satliin lair MM it poker lat night and h iidnt kirk at all unn You sli ui tare heard Dim swear tuUoy when he a hst dollar it rolled ott- nciihvcttCtihoiethe Standardand Times iiriiiinnlirihins for fresi fields to con bljltI you find it tcry bard to hit these liltlt birds ullc1lII To CUre a Cotil In Oue IJa y Take laxative liromo Tablets All drujgst refund money if it falsto cure 25c oo ldiorTocc intn ids n this totr of yours ied Aiithoii wouldnt affctl tosell it to you if there was Life u u r PilES u i lief and j IilMCop frc ANAKKSIM building IBEGGSCHERRYCOUGI MARSHALL FIELD AND Cured of of by if r La 1 IIOX JOHN T SHKAJIAX OF CIIICAUU 1 lion Tolm Shealiau viui IIIH boon for BovenlctU yonritriuilgger of ManilmH Field t Coit wholesale a urelioiuc nod in i irjxiral III ntrJ IXG writes tho following Itltcf trout 15753 Indiana u Clitic Hut ZJx CliUxo lUr T Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio I UcntlcmcnH Last summer I coughS a cold which seemed to set V r tie In my kidneys and affected badly I tried a couple of kid ney remedies largely advertised but they did not hclp me any Otto ot my foremen told me of the grcat help he tad received In using Peruna In a similar case and I at once procured some Hitas Indeed a blessing to me as I am on thy feet a large part ot the diy and trouble such as Iliad affected me seriously but four bullies of Peruna cured me entirely and I would not bc without Itfor three months salaryJOlIN T SHBAIIAN Y tni fi IrH lrm I I Stlllh I triia airttiiii Ibis lkra I ML nllnonn arrnreiiur Hro ljM Ni Inns now a new 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Winchester Victory Loaded shells TflC SHELLS Tilt CHAMPIONS SII00T aa Q w nnnw flflfl rr r r 10000 Reward I be ladly paid to anyone who will furnish convicting iilt against Imitators and atibktituturs who try to sell preparations when CASCARET8 arc called 1I I Dont ever take substitutes but insist on having CANDY CATHARTIC I iII TRADE MARK REGISTERED tncgrcat merit us JhW4UU A t UM arid then dealers try to substitute somethingW just aj good Its a tie I Don t I t them do it and if they try Jwrte us confidentially at one Address STIHMNO KKUBUV W Chicago or New York All DruggUts lOc 25c SOc f l mColrA Beware of Imitations ceJ Riches of South DakotaiMore than 60000000 bushels of corn more than 50000000 bushels of wheat live stock to the value of 32000000 hay to the Value of 12000000 and products of the mines above 12000000 are some of the returns from South Dakota for 1903 With a population of 450000 and the production of new wealth for 1903 above 146000000 it can he readily understood why South Dakota people are prosperous and happy 1or them the horn of plenty has been turned upside down This year for the sixth consecutive time South Dakota other states in the production of per capita wealth Why dont you go there and better condition From Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Minneapolis and from many other points in Illinois Minnesota Iowa and Missouri direct service to South Dakota is offered via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway Its main lines and branch lines fairly gridiron the rich agricultural and stock country that lies cast of the Missouri River South Dakota Its mileage in South Dakota more than too miles and l y the building of extensions being rapidly increased Sonic of the best opportunities for success arc Iii the territory of these new lines but the railway company has NO farm lands for sale or for rent If you arc interested it is worthwhile to write today for a new took on South Dakota F A MILLER Central PaSt nger Agent Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway Chicago 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