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I BREA i THITT COUNTY1 NESIII u J WISH JIAUINS Editor and Publisher rrjjl + L T A NB11 dI Ar = f UKVOTKII 10 TIIK irPAT u OK KAHTKUN hNNTUUSI Aatc iy ONIi UotiAu JJrK YKAR in AUA s Jifh IVolume j Err1clison Kentucky Friday March 6 1904 0 Wr H NUlnber21 IS AGAIN BOMBARDED I Japanese Repeat the Attack Port Arthur RUSSIAN VESSELS M U OISAHI ninp 1hrrn ltti+ liiifl Orllhrrl Aunlii Scnl Out but Arn liriMl It1 IIrne1urrdu Hunt Is I purlril lo llnvn llrrli Smile Ullirr W iir Nru txij1nn March 1 Tho Japan one made nnolhot nttnck Port Arthur tho liombardmcnt lasting two hournA dlapnlch from Vn Kow dated Feb 2J nays Fifteen Jnpnncso war uhljw fiirlously lioinlmnled Pert thur from 10 until 13 oclock morning Tho Russian cniliwn vlli Afilioiil nnd Baynn ncconpunlod bv our iurlKJiio lIlUIfn sod meet the attack They wore h ever forced to rctlro Tho Ank wan In n sinking condition Tho Nor was badly damaged and n torpedo boot was sunk Tim Russian ably Itetvlran was again daring Tho Japanese withdrew IngiMtd order Tho pause In tho wnr operatlona tho far CRt tlnH born broken by other attack on Port Arthur rift crJ which only tho foregoing brief account IB yet tn land This report howrr shown n repitltlon of the now famill Indies of Japanese and It in presum that thla attack WAN made In ii weather previous telegraphic advlcC Laving reported n sevont gale ragln at Port Arthur As usual tho Japanese did not main long enough oft tho harbor J enable tin gunner nt tho forts to root their range Aimln also tho BUIH- Othrcn cmlwrs I ho llaynn tho and tho Novlk came out to meet tho attack nnd thin nuggeittn that either they worn Iho only effective ships them or that the larger baltloshl were unabto to got out Jap Forced to Retreat St PflrraLiirK Fob 29t d patch rocilved hero from Ilao Yang and dalid Fob 31 Ins that Cline on tho Ynlu rlvor report that an vancn guanl of Rimnlan canal rYis which tae pondnUeil Korea dlitnuro of nlmut 200 vorfitn nc tho river had nn encounter with detachment of Japnnooo and that ll Jnpatiotp worn compound to retro and fM loavlnfj their torsei whit wore Rolimt by tIck General I Iliiovltch dlapatchod cavalry and a 1 bodyof Infantry In pursuit anti with S nn order to occupy northern Korea Vladivostok Reported Blockaded Ixiidoii Fob 29 Vladivostok hilt beon blockadod by n Japanese tic iii nee Thurwlay according to a Dally Moll dispatch from Hakodate which adds that Incoming steimoni ropo ItiiHfllnn cnilntw nu tho east count KlnluvnKsnn in the boy of Send 111111C8 tok but thin report of n blockade though coniddurcd probable has not yet Iwm continued from otG nourccji Chinese Troop on Frontlor Poking Fob WfUnco Fob 23 four trop Yalta bravo loft Pao Tn F U for th nnrthnaslcrn frontier Tho moat contingent left Sunday on two trains completing Iho forco of 10000 nun Tluwo troops aro all regular and their equipment In excellentI r They will bn replaced by troopafrom Shan Tung province RUMII Will Investloate WnRhlll lou March 1A uoarching Inquiry will bo made br the Russian authorities In the effort to plnco tho responHlbltlty for tho false report that Commarilnr Marshall cnmmnndlng e tho Aninrlcan gunboat Vlcksburg nt ChomuliNi hall rofunnd to rescue tho pallors from tho Varlng Reports Chemulpo Affair Washington Feb 27Tho navy ii- ipartmentvrxolved n cablegram from Coninminlfir Marnhnll of the Vlcka burgpjlng that ho was among tho RusJ1 + Kor1trjrtt Chemulpo Tim caLlcgra- l0 badly garbled Korean Soldiers Dispersed tTokyo Fob 29 Korean soldiers Gyoug frontier have been f nttnnkod nnd dlHpursod by Russian lruopsaDied While Being Spanked Lancaster 0 March 1 Sylvester Crouch a 11 Yenr old Inmntn of the Btato Industrial school died after having been punished for an Infra c flan of tho ruled While tho boy was being Hpnnked he collapsed Time otIflclais of tho Industrial homo nnd r sicians tried to rosiiAcltato him blltl Without HIICCOKH After a IlOstmorlemI the physicians declared that death r suited trolll heart disease Crouch was sent to ancaster from Flndiny Six Hundred Slain Washington March 1Time war liep partment Is In receipt of a cablegram I from Manila In which General Wad a advlsoi limo department of a report of General WOrld concerning an engage meat at Jolo with the romnantx of Hassans Moron Tho Moroo loss- r la r estimated it GOO tho American forces Laving seven wounded I Train Held Up ntrnllngham Ala Feb 29Worline just been received hero hat Alt llama Great Southern passenger train No 2 was Mill rip by train rotibora and two railway man clerks killed Blizzard In Wlteoniln Milwaukee VIRj Match 9A w- nortbe e vere bllizard la rejKtrtcd In and western portions of Wisconsin l T Ord v x AM AnH CONVICTKI1 tinlnl TrUI IttiulU In Verdict of Utility M Charged derenllonby tho sentences meted out to them Two years In limo Moundavlllo peni eachEDout to A W Madmen Dlllcr II Or oil conkrotnrreI diet refused n flow trial and refund a = i A nro In tho emo of Hamtfl whom tho govern mcnt tB Ltho tb nc quit bfl BovcrthclesB CQU vlctcd l menu of flentenca for four ilajv was Kd to pavo thti way or an nrgumBMfor a now trial NegroNnco appropriation bill n Iho house 141 r doclaratioa negro vlkhouse with Prcelde U lkveland dulr I tatters firs administration Tho statement was pi amf ted by n ret tie10 10 inhlto house When tfcffafine was Mr Scott t Idlt xna C II Taylor who was ai In+ by tyro v Cleveland ad m order of do for tho District of CourfWa Mr O alheaT Iutlcubrlyt tomgu t ter Republican In tko country than CloVllaJlelo Jeffrie to Fight Munre NeW York March 1tillrx Jcffrloi- dd and Jack Munroo elgnwl artea to tight for heavyweight championship of tho world nt tho YosciUUo Atblcllo club Ban Francisco durlt R time laps week In May A purse dr t 25000 guaranteed Fddlo Granny of San Francisco was agreed on Or nferiu IsThe pur o le to bo divided C5 per cos winner and 35 Ike tent to t- so n loicr Tho stakeholder will bo liar Corbctt of San Jornnclacoo1Chllllll to put up a forfeit of 5010 and la oleo to punt a forfeltjof = 5000 roseJames n Kennedy of the oncaml 20000 nt AmretUuUwlm tothis was declined ho raised hlsoK- at 25000 Billy Delaney rcprMJ p- h t Jeffries and Harry Pollock f Munrno w i Cjj pettish Press Hurts Van eel Cldcgn March 1 rt w rwas received in I cuy indicating tho attitude of lS spa In a commercial senso toward tlyJ United States Tu ticl1 Thomas Smith American at Moscow ItiiHla and was a Tlimetiruian In thIs city o n1sagowas as follows Unless vigorous alsteps lira taken to offset conllnucrl statements of tho British presi that tho American government Is h vutll aimand with tho exploitation of ovc In cldcnt that can amuse mutual dlfetnist orand hatred our merchants and ianu facturera may as well leave thIs Obi to Germans who know how to t ron by this alleged hostllll Dank at Worlds Fair I St Louis starch 1To facilitate tho handling of largo sums of nuncy during tho exposition period 17 tho largest bank and trust con lU L nlea of fit Louis havo organized Bankers Worlds Fair National bas chartered by tho federal government t and capitalized at 200000 The npc clflc purpose of tho tank Is to Imvo n convenient depository for the go CIthoroes and for all those that wist deposit their money for safe keelu1 Time hank which will be located III I side tho grounds will cease to uxlsl I with tho close of tho exposition Forgot His Identity U San Francisco Marls 1Four idaysl ago a man called at limo Central oat gency hospital and said ho had tang ten his Identity He ban since bee detained under the name of JoI benmnnmo man j a native of Now York also that ho a graduate of Yalo and that ho ma f at one time havo been engaged In lit crary work either as an Illustrator o n writer This is borne out by his conversation and ho drew a charcoal picture and In tho corner placed a Rig nature P O W 0 Got Fortune Went Crazy Bessemer Mich Mardi 1JlImes Colgate laborer and millionaire of Hurloy has beon taken to the InRntioI hospital at Newborry Until recently Colgate who is 20 years old was a mlno teamster Then his grandfather James Colgate Sr died In Now Ha eJvcn Conn and loft him = 1000000 Sudden riches turned the boys brainI sutnclent1yI Union Leader Found Dead Nashvlllo Tonn Fob 29 William Amlson member of tho board of true tees of the printers homo at Colored I Springs Colo and onco vice prosl dent of tho International Typograph cal union was found dead of heart failure In his room hero Like Superior Frozen Bosspmer Mich March 1 Lake Superior Is frozen over at this something that has not occurred b faro In the memory of the oldest In habitant 1WomanKlII1 Husband March 1DenJn a punter was shot aand littlest by hla wife at their homo here The wdan claims Bolfdefenso 1 fy 4 KOUHTKHX MVICS LOST 1 hire Altiick + Stoaiiicr While Pitchlug About III a Uivtr Port Townscnd Wash Fob 23 After battling with fire below mm dock during n severe storm whlh threatenwl to send the vessel to tho bottom tho steamer Queen Ana reached this port Fourteen Iii wero lost rind tho craft Is bat damaged About 345 oclock Saturday ma Ing while ort tho mouth of tho Colt Ida river time Queen caught flro In I alter saloon lu some unexplained way With Indescribable swlftn tbo tire gained headway nnd threat cord soon to envelop tho wholo ship To ndu to tho horror lima heavy an running meant depth to any sent away In tho llfnboatn Tho name become moro and more threatening until when It scorned n choice deaths Captain Cousins ordered tho worolai remain close to tips ship Into these pinetdeast loose than unable to weather tho flerco waves two of them wero cap sized Thin passengers and those of the crow who remained on bo rd continued their fight against tho flames with Increasing success until nt 740 n tn tho Ilea was brought undor control When It was thought CaptIIt- l occupants wore taken aboard MUitngOwensboro Guy M Deane of Owensboro one of tho m pnimlnent coal operators of tho pouth Is missing Ills family know nothing concerning his whereabout Foul play Is Buspectcd Deanc Is sup posed to have left Jackson Miss for Owensboro Thursday Feb 18 Until Sunday no clew ns to his past where shouts was obtained It Is claimed now Dcano was seen In OwensDora homesdistant relative of tho missing man Mrs Hardwlck says ho remained nt atndro poolaaLrd co that time thoro has not been tho whereaboutsanrlclap affairs are all right orTen Million For Philippine Washington March 1 Rcprcsonta tlvo Cooper of Wisconsin Introduced bill amending In several Imnlorta wny tho Bet providing a civil form of government for the Philippines Secrotnblands leaned by the government tho Philippines bhall bo exempt f taxation either by tho government of tho United Stoles or tho government of tho Phlllpplnea Five per cent Wanda to tho amount of 10000000 Bro Authorized for public Improvements In tho Philippines These bonds are to bo approved by limo president and sec rotary of war and nro to ho used to provide for port and harbor works munlelIstitutions Five per cent municipal bonds also nro authorized to carry municipal governments a JfTaunUin was appointed receiver oj Trutkdoors on Saturday tho savings bank cominUsloners having secured an In jiinctlpn on tho ground that n shrink ttnaarQsol for tho book commlsslonrrs In fnrtimnut pima court that thollabllltlos- woro = 515000 Counsel stated also th tho bad debts of the company wouW wipe out its capital of 200000 Troops Guard Negro MVridlan Miss March 1 Throe full 1Ollllll1nlcs of stato troops sur htxJohntltock R Tlwoumlng of J A Bitss another mall hark knd tho robbery of tho mall cars 11 limo j Alabama Great Southern tnilu which eft this city Monday morning capturedrwith hits of registered letters I o Paris was found led on Wifes Crave lie Ky Fen 29Lying bo s grave of his wife which lft hnobly visited rain or shine Ifea ix week since her death clra ago tho body of Georgo Tn retired contractor was o Cavo mil rpmotcry Death ha t wmffl ns1P c1 rA and imnlend hand i 1Hlrevolver one chara ri q was empty Cook ovas + ars slat y amp thl1lTw I e Die From Fie Rtnnl 1Quo March 1 Twolvf Lye Were 10st In a flro whleh de I auaratStI Were lr AlRht small children thou R y biro Pht111pn Oaguo a anti lr for a mlillchIlIl tflJ th GMbnInnt Ouar4 the Jt1ierljwere ev alweti lcorktg in too woods u EscapeQ re that Hlirted In tho Parlc hotel stroycJ tho ppstofflco block In tho hitel and a number of business hlocatedJromtliirkotel1atke1roliht 1 the f j tftA i i ff 7 aslit1 i- Yt YtI PITHY ITEMS OF NEWS T AOOUlp 11111111lIy KracrvcilIrnJtEsOAVt j coiorciltlOT la den Jlt1nollorlllallOrs strike on Southern- tR Pacific railway lines Is cndtd After attempting to robfti bank at Camden Del Iho thieves started n asfiro which burned the building Typhoid epidemic in Columbus 0 Is now abating Total deaths 128 with number ut casts leil 11i22- or Ono German ofllwr wwi llljeimnd eight men wounded in a revolt by tho native troops In Kamirun a province of Germany In West Africa Unable to bear her hlishnnJs dls grace Mrs Horace G Allla Llttlo Rock Ark hanged herself Her hus bond was recently rationed from prlnon for wrecking a bark MONDAY v At Jackson Mich John n Iiildd shot his wife and himself Doth am dead schoolboys fought at pcnwood 0 and Paul Ilarrackmnn it was stab fhopointed and American consul to I p1 to thatconfirllleC38post have rytTho has boa t en tho worlds record with 13 lnr h guns Its expert gunners Mtin raadq i nine bullscyes out of too shots Ore d within ten minutes William Nelson Cronwell New York attorney slo roc 1vc a fco of 12000000 from the Panama Canal company for his labors tn securing n ratification of tho treat High school students at Young town 0 held a scholar under pump Ills clothes wore wet jIUinxiKh an frozen to ground Authority ar Investigating tho case of luring ndopainters and decorators In Chird ii Austria expects to Intervene in tho Balkans In cooperation with Ilu sm Tho car tontine has rncBd nn acute stago In tho Plttsbnrg disfrlrt and coal and coke shlprnlnts niv mrl ously affected m 11nIsthmian canal i James Wanlen 102 oldest ex IIIIIHague Valley Junction la wrIkilled by being caught by an elevator In Iowa statehouse at Des Moines At Columbus O Lewis Harmon was reconvicted of the murder of George foyer an aged former reel h Ing near Alton Tho Jury returned n verdict of murder In tho first degree without recommendation of mercy Fill DAY Elsie and Robert Shonafelt age six and four yenta wero burned on death at Johnstown Pa Three lives wero lost In a fire which threatened tho business tier of Colorado Sprlngit Colo Captnlp Avery Henderson stpent resident of Sandusky 0 w- ta naIs by a snowslldo at Roosevelt Idaho J L Caldwell of Wet Virginia Is sued n statement wltbdrl1wlng trotn tho taco for United States scoot statenCracksmen robbed tour stores blow one rata and attempted to cuter another In n raid on Tlppecanoo City O They got little booty President Roosevelt signed tko rat b flcatlons to bo exchanged bptwccn ttho Unfted States anti tho republic of Panama on tho Isthmian can V1oaty John Conroy convicted tint kllllns is wife was hanged In tho county yard at PlttshnrRi Ho was very weXKafid had Uvbo supported Jp thus scaffold arfT THURSDAY Six mInors wero killed by n snow slldo near Crested Butte Munt A general arbitration treaty bo twecn tho United States and Franca Is being drawn The Baltimore Stock Exchange rOoj sumed business for tho first since time fire Sophia Gabb reputed to bo 12D years old died at tho homo for tho egad Infirm at Chicago Tho Wells Fargo Express contemn was robbed of J90000 at Irnpiiato Mexico Details are packing a1tidlanreujBgflj JtllHng and InJurlhgTsevpral n Mq kMUAY i A MnolTor waj fbr Corn 8 vlgsbnkCornng In W eke cqckran ya8 elected to fiwi Now York city sue Mayer McClcllnn JItfWV jl wrtmertt Issued orders f3lr tyH wrtre Third regiment of in faalrqptoeeed to tho Isthmus ot AMa 1ke exhibit or JsPan to St Louis expoeHlon 1e the most valuable cargo rfeoeveil at tho port of Ban Kranoisco shod Terre Haute Inl1 Jerry Duganr- At section hand murdered Mrs non Ramsey her daughter aged tour and HohJames Martin a murderer was F anged at Butte Mont Just before trey was sprung alms lights were turned off the thud oulyJjftgfiOHncIng tall a the trap 1 L 1 10 f r OHmARACRAPilS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Sir Miirriiiu Sues Iliirgti and Oilier her Diiiiij ci tin Arcomit of llns bonds Uriith fhorliigH Clnirgcil Against Mini on Hour moon wnlLIAbrolla Mnrcum for herself and clill deco against James Hargls Alex Hnrgls Ed Callahan and B F French for 100000 alleged damages Mrs Marcum alleges that tho defendants entered Into a conspiracy to murder her husband tho late J B Mnrcum Tho petition recites that on soma day In 1903 not known to the plaintiff the defendants James Hargls Alex Hargl83d Callahan and B F French formed and entered into a conspiracy with Curtis Jett nnd Thomas Whlto to kill J D Mnrcum It further nl logos that pursuant to tho alleges conspiracy and while It Is said to have existed Jell and Whlto shot end killed J B Marcum Killed Two Gave Himself Up Ruffo= a young armor and killed Grot Hopper a while man and Ed Wnlto colored near Athens A tow nights ago com was stolen Sharps farm Ho located It on an adjoining farm and has main tallied a secret watch on It over since Just before 8 oclock at night Hopper and Wnlto camo along and entered tho field Sharp saw them and waiting until they came out with the corn In their possession ho shot arid killed lath After tho killing hu drove to tho city and surrendered to Captain Jenkins and Lieutenant Overlln of tho local police force He- wn placed In jolt Sharp In well thought of In the community Ho U married nnd has a family Incendiaries at Work Somerset Ky Feb 27lncen Ampowithin 24 hours burning his house two largo barns Miller is one of wealthiest farmers In Wayne county nnd lives near tho Tennessee larder Thursday night his residence was burned wfitiall the contents A few hours later ono of his barns was destroyed Friday night another barn wan destroyed Tho loss will reach 12000 Bloodhounds havo bcbnsont for but can not reach the plucoji unlll tale this afternoon as it a pyetflp piles from a railroad + aorrWould Abolish Hip Pockets Tenn Fob 29ln at timetthelcourts have to deal It was the never falling reliance of tho pistol packer anti user Ho was persuaded ho saId that hip pockets should bo pro hlliltcd by law and that It should be made a felony for a tailor to put one In trousers If worn nt all the pock rIll Rhouhl bo In front Tho general welfare lot society ho continued demanded that hip pockets bo form dally abolished Shortage Is Alleged lulsvlllc Ky Feb 29 Sydney Sladden who since 1892 had been stale manager of the Pacific Mutual 1Wfo Insurnnco company In this city by Superintendent Snlo with being short f 4000 Ho says the amount mny go higher but no mOro than 10000 gladden Is now on his way to Europe to spend his honey lastoMonday that Sladden had been married In Washington to Miss Elizabeth Deakins Wilson said tq belong to n prominent familY Strike of Butchers Itil vlllo Ky Feb 2G1ho t of 200 butchers employed by thef Louisville Packing company over n wagfc dlfforonce has reached an acute stage President M J Donnelly of tho National Meat Cutters union an pealing that if tho demonic ore not acceded to ho will call out every butcher employed by the Cudahy interests In all parts of tho United States IlFour Drowned Knnxvlllo Tennr Feb 27Tho opening of the lumber season hero was signalized by the drowning of four men anil tliay narrow escape or- t two others A largo raft of lumber struck a dam nt Campbells shoals 14 miles above Knoxville and as a re oult James and William Wood Frank Evans mil Joo Bueshl wero drowned when It broke up Train Hits Twii Girls Nashville Tenn FobiJNeerGbodlettvlllo Tenn on heLoulsvlUo arid Nashvlllo rallroad AitkHes Mar garet and Mary Patton who wero carrying the mall on o ruratrouto lu a covered wagon we o 1lruck by a fast mall train Margarcjjwas killed Her ulster sustained several frac tures and Internal Injurlesr 00 Unknown Man Mur Bred Huntlngton W Va Feby 29JnkQ Cohen or Dingoes was arrectell noel taken to Williamson With having murdered an unknvaman moI man Leon hidden under atones and leaves on tho hillside ThejjJody can not bo Identified Attorney lndlcted1 Jackson Ky Fob 2 v TheJIgrand jury returned Indictments B French attorney for Curtle Jott and Ed Callahan termer Brcathltt county on the chargeoi subornation of perjury In Uieglatoj JettWhite murder trials j 1 THE INFANTA EULALIA AS SHE APPEARS TODAY The Infanta Etilalla who was tho guest of the United States In 1603 dur i ing the Worldn fair Chicago recently received pornilnnlon to have her two roll lay wreaths time grave of the late 4scendnutqueen regent and Infant klug of Spain aNormal find Business Dciartn1OJ ofZ l aI Lees CollegiateYnstitute January WILL OPEliIt r fjPICOI0 tho Institution twillagain conduct tho llorntal11orklx chargeof Y fJ JIUS1NKSS s PICiaiAItV MUSIC ACADKAHO CIT KGIATK MANUAL TltAlNJVG j NORMAL JOA1ICSTIO SCIENCE HOAUDIXCr lKIAItTAIHNT t- J tStlldout9of Iho land Tuition tnt Hoard reasonable t Cull on or address M L UltrONltincilm1Iackson Kentucky f Here We Are The Celebrated HANAN SHOEs The Uest on Ruth PRTCf R r m pRrnjo For Sale B- yDAYE3ROSOC11 I t JWpV1r itssIfwsaIJr i 52525isa5itS2iil5i5iS2SitSi5iS2Si jff 4 1 = u t i J ph 11 1 4 4 t it t l L r It k a ti Smn BRI2ATHI1T NEWS == J WISH llAdlNS Hdltor Friday March 4 lOOl TKOFKSSIONAL GAUDS j 1 r hIts II AOINS 0 X BOWMNO HAG INS C BOWLING ATTOKNEYSA IVLAJV- VOlllcp orer PostOfflcpJ- ACKBOS XKNTUCKT KII huIIII1 Intrusted lo Inch will ircetvo prompt und careful nt lentliin siiimnnnnnTrnnTmnmrnnnnnniiuiii 1 L C ROARK II LAWYER IE JACKSON KENTUCKY = t Will prnclllo In Brenlhilt and 3 5 Magillln Counties 5 illUIIUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUWLU Iii r f NNNNNfn NN 1 A IIAJACKSON KENTUCKY I 1 JOHN D WHITE CawyQr ratRoom 003 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky zinc Will practice In State und U 3 Courts =Buys und tells Real Estute Keep Rood list of Farms IlL fair trlcM Spe cial attention given lo Oil Coal and f Tlmber land + Ueports values on sip plintlon Director for the New Era Land Company A fJT Circulation more than were Friday I FOUUT12HN IiUNI1EI conies of hUllse WE will accept advertisements College on a guaranty that our paper hasuf his more thou twice the circulation i Brcatliitt Countyof any paper Our to ev theirT PIIbIiablul paper goes ury post office in Perry COllntJIla f and almost every ono in lee Ma- Y + goflin Owfllev und Wolfe oun- t vsit tio3 i i v If you walllto reach tho moan tain trade tryan ad iii 161nEATIICOII TIT COUNTY 11EW8 0 engiarei JarUc A G1ent Ofteewn tl Held hero This ia rcgidentinl year and tenet 1 every J iif9cnVtwiil want to rendSltl s tho Goiiruir J0llrlll11 and every lie ptUjHcjin vili want to read tho Miss Finlth L6insyHlo Herald the leading papos C of teach party in tho State of Kuntifcky In order to allow from oi1rrend5rBUu3 privilege vo ImuII Ilecided to gi1o each of our BII 8jnls both oltl und now either IhxGourieriTpitrnal or Louisvillo O J 1 HorajVl aHoluTely freoofcost for one ear On receipt of ono ICiKlern dl1 rttilli regular price of the In Ereathilt County Isovs at nay otter tiiiio Ijetwefeii now and March 20th M yon will receive either tho Cotir 111111 JorJoUlualor Louisville Herald ono hoywnod witirdrliwn March SOtli i1 Jda ccmie wlsh NO CHANGE Curer OS Ing l hllWnntlelJudicial DlHtllctIInll ofrhis II ESOLUTIONSMOE1KKOTKST Five a family At a meeting of the citizens of tile first ofv ajrotHn eoutt11Ield moved iho weeka Snlyorsville the ColCII lowiltrrt1o olutieuWns adopted the c8olvNlmTlJnt we protest at Bgaingtany change in our judicial t illijtrict that vre have elected minnlis Jo niddoll and want him to lure Betvo us JiB fl term that we n need no relief and that it is tin twiu and mjiitictiB to us to have member tilttetplace lo lilthnt four rJf county are against the change f1 tied ask tho Legislature to hold rn ernl on thin bill until theycan get fur brothers ther reports from tlis county relit f Signed r f Jti1I o31or+ John If Gardner lrfj Atkinson J1 G Gard i Itt r George Carpenter Bam oftjc Shepardt will tub P Oreek7Atkinson j 11i x We a lie NJaWSand LouisvilleIJer u this the li ih JJ9Y8ilrfor 100 r tr I 4 t J ie K Y k = It that tually the tion the The Is by ization 470 dnci noon come others llrms dues various bids nnd cording tor decline put Then posed joining nod = rrr dition COUNTESS ANNA DE MONTAIGUtbe The gononil press bureau of the nulalntm Iurclmsc cxiwalllon has n Indy Is n the hcnd of Its woninns dopartmcnt Countess Annn de MontnlgM Tlw so countess prepares for the public press mutter pertaining to womans work unit war exhibit nt tl c fnlr the la also sending articles In french to n Turin uiiign the ln Vie Ilenreuse mode Correspondence of J OItHHISnl AI StileJ and xvifit ref KUljewood n in JxlrlJIOII hli r I hutsdny nllli to he pre t11 at Ihu lendillou Uln line u1 IigJ1rxfnIhn aItern 4 Henry Adajim rrltfri Il i from Heren Inst week to biriif Hit liftUide farm brother Kd urilAdnntt uliu pueumoninn rim gtudeiits In Keren Collet returned to S home In lliis nelKhborliiiml last lu spend their rncniiiin HopI and wife of Kideood returned home last week after a heir lo the eilieii of Winchealer und IUclillhlll l nt Vrepnrtlyim reliilni ninde fur thlItriiciioil fif il Ilpe line from IIIIII hlf lrhlt l this pntiil ChlI them iiqttiwplep of I lie Htiiu QIIQojiipnMy were bray all last k iiH tlio route of Ihe pro IhrCv A survey fiiryibrnnjli line also nfiil lo lleSiitnp Swift nil t Ifis pivjpwed I111niI Ilie oil null ship to reFni fiti by rail lle U Inn euterfiiie vtlll Im nucce flllGII coiigiimnuiltiiii will beat maleriul ndvaiilnge lo our neljlilHirhoud Colin tinh umlVjUs nwnTfi were lIllirIIP u dirkn1 Ihlt OltI- l1l1ellllll lust week r Klward Myeri and wlfer returned + Silt LTuk fast DI kr with II Sp ncer of Ilidgeivnod Junction 11111WIISIICdl1rSullivan uf Ill II I hIli was at Ridge1r- 1111d J ic erlll first week 110nulIKeilney Siuvu Co roUmuedc IvidKewond Thursday of l a hudneas Iris to 11In61irairr JtllIlIlI illn nII tutu lljnrltii this ner were vlnlllii jf Ilia sick ftllka u1- RIJetvuod Jnlrluw Int t WIII Samuel Kipp nnd family Intend jio reimvo in IlichlllCllulI weekjJvhtifuSiiinmy proposes to lilt nflj fledied ineiclnint We ljn aucegsR in hU new urn tdnce Uulinnr posimftdirnnssiinV the from a painful necident Intl week that taking up lies in tlio lumber would he stepped upon an Upturned which was driven thrjungli thin bull rllek foot member of Ourt Hdvnulr on Sand Lick nre riilhe ill with melllleRIISamuel Gross of Hhlgutvond has re vel his family to 81 hl4k Tones ivni svefiifj1ll during mil Ural tea days of Lhhi wtfk Edward Adams tiiiigte aged Sl died ItidgtMvnod Junction lost Hiliinlny the II1lirlillllJIU Iiml cnliatled tin nbf llttlrel wrens i f n unit he 1101 he wnadnlfp recovered from Iheir severe giIJennrd a relapfn w bleb llniillyKittleil 111111 a eompliciitlnn ol- typhoidpneumonia Heceasnl was IJIn good Banding of Hie Mimon and Odd IMInvv tl hulgen of I hi llo tent biirled M nduy by Hie- el of in 111111 thin Adams JIh6Fervloc A rllllllr and several nod sUteM and u host of other lvt11I1 frlemN survive him L1blt30LI TIt FillMw Creek Ilucalgrf111 oiit bivalve Jill Be Jturker nnd at tnll guDiU nli I lie old sliuul on Cow golo d have fOVeral roses of fimillpox comity it tliis writing Ainung nulU tr atlases Lunylcynullls J iiUJuiie Moole of C Creek Yul t i 11 otf fijl 1t l C nine of lonklbg nod Honn 1rilclmn Puli worth St Best Miss Sarah Farley of Uooneville n Utotnl IIII Lou K Rose of Kvertil the niul Sunday COOOOO 1domes Kversolo IIItRsle1lllIr of Cow Creek is very of no Miss Flnrence Nnpler who has been to attending school nt lloonville returned Industry honm Thursday Shei mnn Gibson bimght Clay Comb States fur frutiMr I n become wnlnnt stumps at Ihls plnctt ready lo frogs on the lest tide the mo fnrmers have hetnn lo turn clear Iheircurnlaud frogs legdices rllllffdn1111hl i r unit Jnlul II Ipltlrll ot Inllil Creek died to his home last week make Boston Everybody in this viciniiy are ugh rnfiiiiK logn and will run on the next tide Will Utirn to Mrs Ainnndn Davidson last our daytrrrkMr Louis It tnklnu this smnllpox lulu ovt FIOHoN and WIIITK OAK counting places tlvltyN William clerk for N J Pay A on is visiting Inv parents in Until the IouniyV such Ielfrey nnl wire nle now house hours heepin In Ihulr new hum II on While lardy lancev UXltTherioi ly Illrwft expected to livu ly mettles t t spread IlrNllugnt the White Outsehioul easily tilillie Iml and lib Sim Jays l FeIUgMM W II ivffrey da very sick wlfji grip nnd liemnrrhngca g fixed 1lrnni lnuibiis fondly are all dnn n- withlhit jrlp If iI IcI rYJtri JII our litilecl I wtlk + rfJ1n A V J KITS CltKKK the 1 ganlxln Ite are having n gorslsrhugiwnt IllI r ceudneted lg ylldtl JoIII There will be preiiching at If tetji aceii tcllfgent 2nd Sunday In March We think If ice hail noire vtc hove u leave IIlijhIICJIhllell It Japanese IkH trry unit Jlin gUll WllItOIu1I1I Situ unlay Miss supple Terry vlnlled MIsee Itllleilllll Until Terry Saturday Thus Horn to Inn wife of Jrsdt Jolmron 10lir phi Mother unit llube ilMiiR lake ilrFrnclulhNnredJllrPJulfiiaCnllu je = hardest vUIlcd lliH Inulflyif MTlesrfl rsTy to Siilinilny Old Siindiiy 5sa bet As alias Marv Wllinil l in + 1IItIl1 formed nluk fir t fiiC4lic pnsl few ilngr carrutH JIll Terry of Turkey inb ihlplaco week tot 4I iO JInJlnrmt hna rnlrt Inr rnfie trolletens Mill IrryIineheednl1Ared 5jWO l- fur ho Inn Ill hIU IIs ilireu lame ink hottlllaril uut StjIl uid 50 t I to pointliveMEADOW nUANOII vii IK Soruh Gnrrsmtwvldhed Minus und Curs Cable 9iuldgg calla of Torrent nitended church ililn place Sinidajt We think he will Ilreatlnit soon WANTED TnTbby oplar lugs for allyIeilglhtOllJiOIl a ACKS 1 A i r t nrun Oar = = I hour THE PRICE OF BUTTER in ulnlluiiN Arc Mailo In it lii 1 rhlIAll Ihr Is a curious nnd n iuarkr too fact Klfln a little tutu hi Illinois vlr dictated the prieo of cry world KlBln which hIS n IolltllI n of less than 2iou0 Is noted for the excellence of the watches IS well as of RII butter It wakes nod market rate of the dairy product tlxcd In n peculiar way every week the Klsln bland of trade nil organ with 230 members representing creameries where butter Is l The lioanl meets every IolllluIII with nbont lr0 persnivis present maiunnl being men with butter to sell and ly itf being buyers representatives of inr In New York ChUngo nnd other The creamery men otter for sale ry lots of their cvunmodlty and lieulnUun lire made for these liy the n The thoIIr Just 11Ito ru illJIItSome of tile Bcllcrs accept others tow and nil the transactions sire in on rural the quotation eoIntiL tee com Knrnipr of live memlMirs retires to nn ml room considers the pries bltlLt those demanded and also the con bulb of the market of the cattle of pastures etc nnd soon reiort to open Iwanl what In Its judgment York fair price for butter The figure and determined Is accepted without Iiihinnd Prevails for the renmlnder of week On this basis purchased are for both domestic nnd foreign wnrkclsftdlloa Weekly 3lluiir otn IBJPaul awl Minneapolis ore tho tar lishers frog markets In tho worM The to receipts for tho past year from more frog catchers of tho state exceeded avi dozen requiring the slnughter to less than nOOOWX frogs Five ngo 110 frogs Wero shlppeil out of Jfow the business nmotints upward of 100000 n year A novel has grown up In St thud unit Minneapolis la supplying the United with frogs logs Frogs lire In other Mates of course In the the supply will probably never exhausted but there ore no like the Minnesota product for epicure This Is attributed to tho No cool water which Is found In Minnesota 10000 lakes In which tile vvhuii live nnd have their nests Frogs iiinilrv are purchased nil through the es by shippers from the two clues this occupation glees employment more thou n hundred families who n good living the year around Transcript Firm nml Sunday somebody explain why about nil grcatrconthigrutlons conic on Suits llaltlmores onmo on Sunday ns Chicagos Itostons started nt n hour Saturday night hut It mged Sunday One plausible way of nc for It la that tho business 1 that are nllve with hnnnn ne six days of the week are closed t- l borehocare only of n watchman Under conditions Humes may burn for without detection nnd particu THEIn the day when oven trio vigi of a wulchuian will likely bo re Im + Ths lire whlcli on any hUlllnlllJIwould be Instantly nnd combated has on Sunday time to und gain headway which Is not overcome llosloii Herald Toe Ilril Cnmx societies In tliov worM have doiie ICrotincome The American brunch Iihassubscriptions aunt such voluntary con tributions as have been evoked by ills if ItIfund made up of annual con ltlollll of 1 to bo held In such n Iii2Shearllied CrttMls if the same time or U or JIIIIIICtJIIKtlr sill v sylddll over the United Stales It liTitifeiiiTNl that the help shall be In XI Its sCrll as proiilptjVputha Companion i In iltJaUtutrowill simplify the =nlf Itle IJg or Iii gmgrophletiruad Lear U mild that they nre in ninny canes 1 iiidiounls of which the lerwbmtfonla- n ltdoscrlptlvo woril In Fujiyama ynmn means ffcS1l1l1l1hllllnhamn shore Chamberlain of nil learn comprises thoroughly Yokollalllli nn cxumple jhl rlkl aba means er n ftj u A Kevr lrtlrnofe Ayoung Italian hatiMHl foul- once Lutidl dpertededPu latentlo- itarn which great rccaltc ar vxpsctfil tho fluid pf nSltauoIllTjxlnr 1I0rI1l0lslr pow c It Is clalmwt tkstbe1 enables objects to lx innKtilflad j extent of 50000 dame fry whll n pcrfrctly dtotlnci tttr r grirttllofthampered fn Ills studies by poTeHy i his Invention has now miitfd a nt which legal l1rolecd9a be London Globe JWDeanl Contractor for Brick and mJStono Work Lime and liftCement for sale Givo him a call when needing nnyt 1his line KY t 1 A1J 1Q h GitASS TU ACTION COG eorgIfutoltn ant Ltxxington True lion VOulpao l airii Lexington for furls overy from 10 in to 7 p in nnd 11111- II lrntru Purls eel rp hour rout i- n11t to 8 p in unit HI 10 I i in Single I it1YtInCPlltd lenvo lixhrglon for OlelrlI IIIV II et hiiir nun in ua In 1 p in I p in H p in mid 1IIlXCI111H i UfnrnPto vn every litmr from 0 in 10 p in except 10 n in 12 in i arid 0 p III Y AlVXANKU Provident Itar1mlu 1tm Vnvnwru New1urk Irllihne F rmer n lllu raiel IKInnlinrnl week twenty lingf pr+ has ma Hiiper HKII thurittiiilily prnellral unit help InllIoI4lII1I fur I IN rnrlllNr OILI Nr niimiierni his lunllyand I IIP pull dNlrrwinrll to glvu U n clr nnrqlull liNd ly any tin per Ida ++ III Ibr United SllllH jlll Unit every 1IIIIrlrlillllEIS clung tend veokh newspaper Thu Now York liitiiur huta mile nil exectd oIlliprnliirriiiiKiinenl whMi en + lid in IflVr HIP two pnpera nt so H pilee Unit mi former nail xlTord lone the app iriunliy- Tim prreuf Ilie NertYirk Tilliune I fa100 n ypnr + ndfhe Mreitlh County nuv U ft 00 u ypnr lull paponsenl fur n full year If fil- lIrml fl 26 to the NRwa Jnfilenon Ky Sinil your niiini niul mldres + In New Tribune Farmer New York City n yppcliitn coiy of that paper will mailed to yon Combination OllVr our llhertil lerim with the pub Of other 11 pri we nrp able furnish yon Iwu pnpnrs for n little Ilinn thin price of turn Wfcgan you nulnrynn any on per yon v I lnki Vn will furnish gull VK lUlKATIIHT COUNTY N111Sliid- nflhrr of Hie following + C r lrlull rlllli Inuievillu Ilerddl- hiengn InlerOTenn CiiiPlmmli Ku pilrpr Lexington Ipnilpr HHIIP niul Farm or New Y rV TrllHinnFnrmer Out Vnr For Only 12i all should be wllhoui n pnper lu run buy turn of hut best In its fir n llulrt money we of BRED MAKER nt friraur IIH result when i + l- iiMansfields Flour 17gulln 2filli seek if IIxS I PATENT I giIIllIWitHls Ask vi nr grocer for it canC MANSFIKLI ti SON nOSSLYN KYT252S252S252525252 Iii CIV1I BNGlNlmitsID AND SUUVKVOUS Prompt Allciuliii Riren tnmllnllclnsl N + + d wnrlt uad SATISFACTION GUARANTEED O1iItJOla l JCISOSJ I t t I F LINE OF 1jPWid hallerm k WATCHES Itai JtI Iwaya kept In nka line u all Linn 11 lIut y CH when In Jickon bDL D FLENoRt Klb ANU l1f1OfAN- ier UE5iLi1i i5252S la Ian lest i l w9iumers adY r t J CAAWFOAa 0 I 1 1 X i t r Ir r x Day Bros Co- q I the most complete stock of I GENERAL MERCHANDISE li ConsIstfngf 1rrJ 1J r Q odst fltiQIit iuqJt JiiciItJS r l 111V toes We have the Finest Line of SHOES inIIEastern Kentucky r Our mens shoes are w of the Latest Style Fo r the Ladies ihatethe mostI v Fashionable Lot hoes money a cold buy I i illinery GoodsI This Department is under the mari ln nt of Mrs R J Fulkerson who show you Jie Latest Style Hats diiect from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS if 4 allflie Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh 4 r r om the Eastern Markets trIf you need any House Furnishings orYj FURNITURE fa are the people you are looking for lwe have it by car loads to suit Jt- I every body k Come and see us our I IIIIHIHIIIrHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIlilllllllllinillllllllllll llllllllllllltlllllllllfllllllllllllllM Prices Are All Right mi iiiiiiiiuilMllMHIIIIIIItMlrHllllllllllllllilllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllir ay Bros Co t ii ix I I Stock Reducti 8k20 PER OENTOFFOn F weight Suits limit Overcoats nod Alices Ijidiiu and Gents 1 1 FURNISHING GOOD All thttll goods will U wild riifiutllesa Dont delay liven among lh0 best tlioro is n ulioicu liven ill this sale there is ir COlli pluto LOW FIDEThroughout our stuck I I 1 I H- v t Vonw For Trade G KELMAN 1 Jackson Kentucky The Brcalhitt News Published Hvory IrMity J = S eSSHSESHStlSHStlSTlSHStlBH HAPPENINGS or InTHR WEEK m JINI AROUND JACKSON mIN ccJIIUur ISn S2ScS 5i552525 L Ulmiliitldii more 1 nJltl HIS II ell III rlel copies Am you nfiil crllMr luTJw NewnT When w lcxiUKi atop Hlllt llnrl Urn Mlfcit II hotelr i fcnibl Solid Hbl jHVflrv vniii 11Hf 11 I ti e11 on 1V1 Cde rtlr linn lovclry n uurniitied nun I yenr luOlOirs Dont nil to mo our llmnif Ulo3 ping Mid Slow 1 P liuwrniiii A On MM 0 1811111111 ur Gump UlirUty vltfltetl her rtt ter Mrt MarRumTiie tiny lr We n lnU wytinit Jncksotl Iimidiiy iin profeiii Ioniil I altItght lilosn L ChertcsBsl iitriif 1Ix1 0 iwn wan till Kvie 4 iif Ir11 IxnMi ruin Snl or1uplilitfilllurulnyfilm OxrnUh fo duel litmopjiipketiN mid Helghm I or unlit ly 11 M UACIINM Inckiion I Duncan llnlliin mill Albs Callie 1el 1111 ina tried nl I lie lioinc IontIsdnr t lUjiid A P Crawford pos nil in tlila issui Try them Cal j IM Math will liiivii lulus for MnriitiRYllte Ind wfiern lie Inke n course of hnlii i rr lmulIltllI1l111 for ilitMwiilUiu 1111 will lio hnn ytnttwo several dull l I will pay ciiidi fit Commonwealth lown mill SuhiM Gliilm- V A 9 JOIINMW- Jump t M Roberts luis iohl Isla tarn oil IHII Howl IJruneh to It W ttlll non of furry county tier 100 Mr Will will move IIIIL soon null Mr iloberU wlllnwo to Wlscomiln t Coon nml IID It We will please you 4 A I GiuwFoiin IrCIhknllVilhnII tiCViiey wot 1 hero qn ImjlneM Wedneidhy Ho lint i liniiKlit n liulf interest In Ihololu of vt VW llnllidny A OllL Cilney JmtI wlll 8111 continuo Ihp pYaytlce gf med lolne e J t Subscribe for tho NKWH Kl pur your A S Joliiiiun Imi lime fur u It tUG PIT linrul Kulmnn l pnl lug tlid III III jirlcrt fur bref hidu and f Miller sun nf hock MI uf Vole ronniy illfd Moinlny nl n irolrnniil lilacs hnllMtIf i U It niul Charley Ito+t llnttl Iroin tII1L 8llInlnlltl S tiny liut vl tlliu rlriuli In JnnLfon- OcAmir Hum n irniiiiiitnl yoi nuidintil uf Ullliur tn niiintier tlr I linn of Itpihvliuut llurnt wn In Inr nut ilurliiK IhnIL work ICs n IlIlIIolllIlllIlIk Inke JII Sluumch and Livdr r jl gsdak reoovpr la certain Isti ly 1ny Hros Co 9tII 0 U Bush of Mt Sterling ripnfc i liiK lh0 Slnlo Muliinl IKe Iixnrn Oo of MusiiniiliunIti was In Junk ilnrlMK tin post week HDliciiinj 11111 nnen and mowing other olinitnlfoiin- WANTKD NmiiLH of tlluau lint l InApnrn nil or n portion or OlVIr tune I inploj inoiilnt Inline llOltlllH J French ltntnvinil I bolo several linnJri iliviT carded ilurinu my tt ru hr olllci InCunntp Clerk TicHMiro vnliiulili- nrivji llu nwnrrn of I10 brad nud 11i- In ulnil fur tinin to mil pity llit rl yllIlllnkll them oIL J WUnlhK 11 It Hixon IIC Lniimvilln tens JIII kntm tlie post ivi ek tnkliiR ilii toga In nn Imporlnntnnne In the RII plroiiltOonrt Mr Dixon Is n hl lug miinlier of tliu lcnfuvlllu bAr II intor tlril in cevernl Impor eases in Drcnllillt mul Knoll Noun willdlna lIlIlHlre l1IIklll1l1lhllroll Itncktillfil at her homo nil hnlow Juokson nt Weil night of contmmptlcn She boon nlnk rill sinornl month + viitin member of the MutluuINt Ohlll Shu win Imrlfil nt tlio Iitllo K 1 yard nuroim the river from Jnckoi Df ra1 S Holuuimi nccnmpnnlo our fnllior J 0 1utrlrk anti inn I1 Jitckgon Tutfsiliiy ndernoon tti cafe Iurinanonlly on n form nonr Stun in Iowvll rounty Until roc Mri Uolmimti had burn owner lriP lulr8i of tho Imperial lloti- Jnolisnn but dim decided tint it 00bellorUS iiinko Inveilnieiitn In fun Imid Sho n farm of II hiinlretl anti seventylive ncre Stnntoti which will be occupied pr pally by her father In the loss IIr Intrlok andifninilpand Mrs Hoh lireitthltt county loses some uf Its clttieti v M 1 I I W A Hampton of Slmp on wni h ore bueluees1burednyC I homo sick 1 net nlllinI ell u oppor III I the depot Out In Htoru liou o 1u II iliu oilier U vncnnt I Circuit Court bi ina next trOll tiny Come in and titkoauvtiitaj of our proiiiiutii olFor Two mimrtaiit SnllH flied Tliu Inw firm of HnlnR A Howl linn recently Idled In till ilrenihltt 0 h emit Uonrt two iinporlnnt ultd ono divinlon nod nale of the etUnttt nf i IIN latell W llowmiinmid the other foi divirlon mid IIIIIr 800 nrrtji of lit11 bur land on Hprlnu Fink Jasper icing Acquitted Jn + per plug who wn on the jury nt thelllIYblte Iriiil ill Ojillliium InFl Mimmer mid ahu held out for lifn renlencit tar tint ilefeiidmil m who wim Inillcliil for nmkliiK full o lnlemeiilK when qunllfylnu nil n Juro n nlllrlt1nl Oynthimin 11114 week iliqilillril TwoiKipora for tlioprico of oni olfor is good until March 2 O I5n Nitro you miliscrilio for tl Haiti ami got tilt JOII riurJOil 10r mil or honisvillu Ilurahl ovo y wwk for ono year free W11IJriln TIe ninny friendu of Julin II Ii in ilL will be pliiiiied to letirn that ho hii iMitirily ricnvered from hiit nttuclt i if rlieumniliim ClmmherlnlnK Ililn Itnlmcnnil him nflor Ilio lnst doctor m lln town llama Ind bind niled t uivi riliiif Tint prompt lellef rrl11 piiln nhiPh thU liniment nffonlii I s nliino worth ninny 111111 Hit nut For nil by tiny HriM 01 Burs for i IUI0 DamiiKCM Mm J811nrcont hnn Illed mil i tin Clmk Oirenii tourt nt Vlnehe le r nniii t A II Ilnrgl + Inme llnrj III m Cnlihin nllllI F French for 100 o OdnningrF Hle elinrpM them In her pelllio with eniirlii into n Ciiiiprncy willh artJell null nther for tint minder nif her Irifthnnd J II Mnrcuni till mid see nn when ymt com to town next week Hy payinj UK 81 wo will furnUh you th p News and CUll riurJ 011 rll1 or irtvillo Herald for ore year I 00 V LIIIIt Itmtltiilidnt Camp Christy- Mr Ioberl Thomn nccotnpnnled b oilier memhtM of she Inek1IIA i inctitiled Ixxleeitf Odd fellowH II IobbliM on lust Wcdtiffdny cnnMftlli of nineteen members oh II Node ltenver wnn elecle Sob It Omul- Wlllln Spenc r Viee firnnd nl O O HublMMl Secretary AJ CreeehTrinmiiir The riling iniMtiberN of Iho Jnelno4i3 odfio were royally enlerlnlncd nt IrlltIr by Oil wlven and ditiiKhlers of th Itr resident member 111 I AiliuiiM lets n Vow Trial III I A J Admn who was nonvioled III lynlhlmin InKi week fur ono yenr II hii pruthnt cry fur perjury jvnii given IHIIHV trfnl nnd hN pno eniltiiUed 1111 n iiQxltcrni He went Imfnrn the Krm k jury mid on hla lellmony U F Frcnc hill IM Ciillnhmi wore Inilicliil rur niiornnllon of perjury nod Ihei f l1utlnl M 1100 eitMi which Jh tail llulr tnnen continued 111I IITIII On hiKl Mondny Mt tbP Ourllwr of this rouoty sir 1111 Gorgt lIhll wlsn wnn hnrI I viilj perjury mid forfeited bin bmu NIK look him to yntlii iiu lull debit Is ii il hint in the court Hi cnw wan nUo continneil rna lujnlnut Jnmefi Buick tricky n Ii iinlsoertnttnned till next term ltd nittr I 11111 DING RINGS lint Itn1 lold in n vnriely of 3111 ltd trighta nth1She + ssa- Sr Rln Sn1- rollo t spnrkUnJii Ill I tanl Y I byoct BoautlosII + In i1 ro 812 UP nnfluid 1 u rUBSBNfS I In Soli dyer pinto Cutglaya ere ilrjiizu nmiliiiit n 1 i zlIIIoo ii J Il nulcl yIrST 01ilC9lTit 1h last yite Irx Illtdl Toxlllo I+ y- ra fit f N- tr f Ii 9 l ont ovorlop1 our special offor Iliirvey df lioblo wns here IAnderion VpdneMlny James 1uckolt of Fllmoro WAN biro f Veilnenln rtl business conneclcd Mith his fmher itnto MriC X itntvlliiR who unit be alt vlilltlnu her halite folk hero for a few lny reiiriLMlMoniihyio ronunta hr- go tndle In ilm IUZeI Oreun Acndemy Colds are Dangerous Ilea often yi henr It remnrkid ILIIIIlr n cold and n Wtv dui N liner nglearn hunt the nna la on his bnck with 1hla of such cutntnn- or occurretieo tIi 1 n PJ hdwevPi nllKht should not bll tllirrgnrded Chninbur n Inlni CoiiRh Ibvluedy con nternnts nny lendeiiijy townrd nipnmOnlu ILIII wny4 cure nodis pleniimit to tnke Sold by Uny ItnMCn Tlio hill cruatincr n nov Juili cial District out of tliu conn ties of Floyd Knott ami 111i1go11h1 has 1 passed tho Lifjislnturo f Kev T It llnblm of torrent wnll Intro on hndPta Inn Sal liillnyrIii nilnllhlItL ti tiki mlvnnlntvuif our premium offer which rent ffjjo elTecl on Ihnt dny nod he rm npqnpniljv will receive tho Courier J iirnnln whole ynr free ItKADIT TIIUOUGII Twoulil Spoil tills Story 19 Toll It In nw IIiaillhifH- To Hsu 1IIIIIIIIIelllh11lIllIrr phrnio this In mi oer true bide MnvhiK- a happened In n miinll Virginia own in tliu wittier of 100Jit I n dory very much of the P PAC 0t Up tu n shun time ago Mrs John K llnrmonof Jclfn- n Sintion Vit bind no per coal know Gilueof the rnro eiirnlive properties lie Ohnmburluiu CtiiiKh Itemrdy Inut Jmiuitry nli sixF my Imby ukII ilrendful cold mid nt one thus I funred olio would Imvo pteninonin lint om of- my Itt4gh4urn toll mn bow this reme4- tly bind cured her little tiov mid I be- u guilt Kvinu it to my bully nt once nnd it mum cured her I henrlilv llinnk the mnnufnclurersof Ghiimberlniii Coiih Kemedy for pliictnK so Rient n cure within my rench I cmnio recum- n mend It duo hlbly or fny too nuicli III Iti favor 1 hope sill who rend this will try il mid be convinced I wn For ale by Dm llnm O ol Tlio NEWS and CouriorJour Innl 0110 yeir for ono dollar IIWISDOM OF NOVELISTS LTlw great thing to learn of life lit not n fruld of U Jerome K Jerome I Audacity staiulu In tin place of nn ceHturx to thoHo who arc not well bur u Lucas Cleve y All knowledge Is Rnln even the knowledge of evil Wko eating olive It prepitivH you for tho uuxt course J O IL Iturgiu If n wuinnii wasnt Imndlcnppeil by I her affection or need oC It the clove est chap In Christendom would be just n lilt of putty In her IUUIl19lt1rl 1Kcrton there are only three men of whom It may safely bo pritlictetl that they will I make their mark In tho world tho IImnll who cannot write the miller nnd the chimney sweep Frankfort The life of every man Is n diary IIIthl which he means to write one story sit writes another nnd hU liunililcst Ito urI In when he compares the volume na- t It is with that be vowed to make It IiJL llaiTle IIMothhlr Illii Lint Mniiipnlii- Bpeakluj of unpleasant lIurllrl A- 1spgllMLuulntold nn d of the ono Jonathan 11 Itochell ot upon Ids doathl Nl- loiiatjmiu foellnir that tin end was r near pitt a few words of parting ml vice toIll young wife lie had n Inch illllor Intend nnlllcd Ilownrt n stemly anti tho thought en mo to hU mind as he was concluding his farewell talk that If lute titter he was gone would marry Howard It would bo it good thing Ho told her tills Kate woman ho sold It would please me dearly If ye was to promise Iht take up wl Howanl when 1tu Hoot ye orr alwut that lonl IIII says little In A soothing way 1lefnl Ilownnt have already Bottled 191J twtxt ustrtAn Anrnl f of t4tt- A certain Mrs liciinutoiit of llrettou i EugIIuiti who IIkiiI1ibtho time of 1jft hud wh iuyUiojHscsslon of lend inlnea Wade purwe proliil omj day thought to ImprcMi Pitt who was HtayhiK nt llretton with her riches She had a most splendid service of plate at dinner uudwavlm lien hand she said There Air flit thats ill from thu mines Indeed niiftwcreil Pitt If you had IIno told me Airs IJeaumonr 1 should thought It vita sliver Tnklntcll rii rioiiil Inrt Au absurd caricature of Joules 11u sell Lowell appeared hi n Harvard pa per soon niter he had acceptisl hlsjiror fcHiuirshlp Sumo ono vciituivd to imlc MI how ho liked It to which he rw f t lie WIfIRtl lirvs4 thjltlhou- rUiI vXTfully permitted him to tvcur plxk IIJIITloe lIt fl1l1cy tt i t Irk Mrs Lowoll most Itt telly i1 frt LU Naked TTijrr yep bean U IWII2J ib ler Is Kotus to nunrJ- 1111a5 ry Aupt Hnnnahlpr Ill1Jncla C5eorgoYes I news y0NPfl1Aiit Tlllle owns Home very 1 estate nl TranscriptFern KlnUlilnir Tonch- SfKWdthrlft Hon Katber do J what me to go through college ciHvraged father You might as YofiHo gone through everything else Chicago Tilhuno Her MnrrliiK Did she make n good marrlagn That depends on whetbcrwyqii flguro UII111dyq- yIfF sit sx ir BILL WAS THERE r If Dill was there There where the Jnp and Hugs Aru raisin such a tuan Tho anblcs would Ia nlzzln hot Atellln of thu tight they fought For 1111 hell Got tho whole thine plan lied How onch ono ought to make a clan And plat how either could begin And with no trick nt nil could win There would be trouble In the air If lull was there If I1II1 was there Hed take his eubmnrlncs And rapid lire machines And tow em slowly niter dark night up to where hoe put n mark Norir that there townits name bc e Huns out some fifteen miles to taa And then you bet therod lomctliln tldrop below cm nnd on top And some one sure would get a scare It Illll was there If 11111 was thcro pinIIns Of how hod march n million Across tho land nnd back menIAnd put tho foeman In the Whoae menT What side care which I Ho says sometimes he fairly ache To ceo how both sides make mistakes There would bo flghtln everywhere It mil was there If Hill wai there Hut hos nt sliders store Him and n dozen moro Of our towns keenest strategists With tubby pencils In their lists Concoctln battles and campaigns That takii In nil tho sens nnd plains If either onertho Huts or JutIs lookln for a likely chap To run the war with tact nnd skill Theyll send for hill Chicago Tribune I Tho Deacon And what would your father do It ho caught you skating on Sunday life ICIdHed berry nio skates Chicago American TVIir Situ Pulled the Cord An old lady on her first railroad trip noticed tho bell cord overhead nnd naked n boy whojhappencd to bo near her what It was tar That IIIIICIII IIU said Wllll U mis chlcvous twinkle ln lila eehis to ring tho licit wtieriyeti want anything to cat Tlio ts comes Shortly aft erward the old lady reached her urn brellajuij to thu lout and gave It n rig orous pull Tho whistle sounded the brakes were applied time train began to slacken Its speed windows were thrown up7que8tlons asked WWII confu slon prevailed among the passengers Tho old lady sat calmly through U nil llttlo dreaming that sho wns tho Inno cent cause of the excitement Presently the conductor came rush lug through the train asking who pullc1thoLcll tl the old lady meekly titYell wjmt do you want snapped oaiclnlatiupgtfently- i1 WcllsflltlthC old lady nietlltatlve you 1 Thrln me some ham Band wlches nail n cup of tiaIIlIatlll- J phla Telegraph Self AIllronI7JHave you ever Bono anything win the gratitude of your fellow cflun trymenV Certainly answered Senator Sor ghum Nobody can say that I over made n speech that It tool over three minutes to rend Washington Star So Interruption of the Music Ado wax phlylu n In It clr CUS In Yoikshlre Knglaiidtrcccntlyi when cue of the midlenco coiled out Hats Tim dog tinuTttllately vacated his sent anti treat forthe rodents The piano kept on playlngl Phlludel ltctronhe 11 11Couldnt Tell te Troth usIfancrYou sawMoldier did you VWclt did ho tell you any Skinner What ore you driving nt He was saying HornerOh then ho did Ho to you Uoston Transcript When n Jlnni Married 7111 said tho grooutf with n sigh of relief when tho ceremony was con eluded Im Kind that troubles over Overt remarked his married friend Why Its only Just begun Philadel phia Ledger Same TlilnK So Smothers finds tilfyself between tho devil and the deep sCI1 dpeT he v Well It amounts to Jjiosamo things illos between nn cmptj uncu nnd nn unpaid coal bIIIClucJunntl lutes kl More Than lie OUlttAfford Tlio Sister Why dnltt gtlt session of that filrU Sb liifngpretty os n picture n TIJCJ1rOlllerfherr ll Utopcxpc- nslvcLlfe si The Obstacle- to Its n wonder Mr Itenlicctil n eland on ills rlshts UiclI1ocnnt Airs Hcnpcclclnlways sits oii lhem =Judge i trt Coal iiml Timber I3milb Wa II leI A Ihnusflnitinnrro a Il 01111eO R dlI1T14 Loxington 011 1fi And the tormatlonslu which It ItLfnuiul vend 25 eta fur the Oil Prospectors Guide W II PAOtKHBH J Falrlltfld D aRa i0 G- i olj u 1VnUcful Gltllilren FufKloiiit lime the two yenr old child of jlf P L McPherfon 59 N 10th St llnrrlsburc Pu would steep huh two or Ihreu Moore In Ihu early pnrc of tliu night which uindo it very loud for tho parents Her mother concluded ilintllm thlld had tomach trouble end gave her halt of one Ohnmborlnlnr dtomach ntid Liver Tnblets which qulotid her stomach and the slept the whole night through Two boxes of ihege tablets Imvo effected n perma nent euro nnd 1111 Is now well nod strong For sale by Day Ilros Co If you Imvo nny houses or lots or unda you wont to sell list them with llngm tc Iii whlllg Dolyou V I help Bola Iranks of many and 1 IIftlt doubled Thousands vc or their salaries by plan We can t at home in small expense for nzrauxlituixrY lowing Kechsnlcal positions or Mining Engineer veyor Draftsman Architect Chemist ographer Teacher Window Dresser or Write TODAY tloit Box 799 on rut ox era locit RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLEr t KuYcttvo October 17 1900 f I11I5t tioun No z f Daily nnuyIfihh 1 Iv Lexington 225- WinchcMor Clay City 310 OM- Stnnton Natural Bridge 43r 400 SundayNO3 Torrent 449- lienltyvllle Jun Cll + 0 fcK June 011 Ar Jackson 010 v Yount IH ItII NnI 1 bundq- Ant P1 Ar Lexinglnn 1010 005- 1Vlllnltettsr 923 620 Clip City 837 439 Stnnton 82S 430 Natural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 347 Ienttyvill Tun 720 320 O fc K function 0 29 2110 Jackson 025 225 No 3 and 4 make close connection for Oniinel Oily Illel points on Ohio Kentucky hallway Division dally e cent Uiinilny Non 1 nod 2 connect nt L E Junc tion with Chennpeuke ft Ohio for Mt StnrliiiR and teem points Nos 1 nnd 2 connect nt Reatty vlllo Junction with L ft A for Hentty vllle daily except Sunday J It BAun Gen MKr QIIAII SCOTT G P A 4 O K RY Effective September 1 1002 na ve nnnefl 1 STATIONS iE t a g+ H iFAM An IM An A f IV PM J V 030 235 Jnck on IhSO 330 025 230 OVKJnno 1120 335 843 1581Vllhnrst 1152 417 fi30 152 llnmpton 1153 430 7r0 128 Leo OilY l22 510 J 741 123 Melechnwn 1228 5IH il 715 105 Onnnci City 1245 545 1 AM IV cll lV IM AB PM An fIf Westbound 1ndfenRer Train connect nt O fi K Junction with train which leaves Lexington nt 740 nm- Enstbonnd Train connects nt U ft K Junction with train hlc Ir4larrives nt Winchester 520 and Lex ington at 005 pm M L Costar Su- ptNOTICE All who nrb ilJlubtl to tho es tate of Jy IL Harcuin will pleaso jcjill rind pay t131s aaipo at OIlC- OrMnsJ L11Lucuit Anstx v w w Its Uli frO YOll No Cut off Vamps in n I Courtneys Shoes iOIl SALT BY I A P CRAWFORDCc Uuyda II rnssmiRer r nnc THE HAZARD 1 U BAPTIST INSTITUTE v= f will ope- nJANUARY 4 1904t Wo hOlto have our IIOW biiililing ready bJ jjjjk this tine will bo an elegant building tt1o11A13tlllrhalls and an oftico Tlio faculty o- fFive First Class Teachers Special attention will bocivon to the Jiro tar intion taf teachers for their noble work wllilo i totJwr ilepartinents will not bo neglected JJorithe Common School Branches tho lowing subjects will bo taught Malhoinat s 1 I ics to amid including first I rt of I rlononlotryi J English urlo home Uonurnl History of American Iliysical Geography Moral t n tSCIIJIICO l IC Etc I i 4 Tuition For Month 1Clto2fc Board Ineliuling Fuel Lights Etc 175 to 2j grFor further particulara call on or nddruas v A S PETREYt OR i E F DAVIS y HAZARD KENTUCKY e- K 72i + t3 i I f d 4- l FOR THE HOUSEWIFE la AnOrlrnlnl Sri Many a woman with more time than money should Iw able to prepare a dainty wt of Ctlnese table linen with a little earnest work To such a ono Jlonil patterns would be easiest null I r the oriental atyl of manufacture might be Imitated by working tJgl rllll8 chrysanthemums and cnrnaUona or I roses upon the wine piece llrst the edge should be embroider id III small iHilnts of uneven sizes nnd then Just n few lowers sprinkled nroimd the borders of the piece taking cure oat to make nay two flower or leaves alike Some Imitations of Chi work have only a flower lu each tinier or In the case of an oval piece one In each end and three on each side The Introduction of butterflies and MTeatlw means of course much more labor hut even these can be given an oriental cast by observing that artistic principle of till decorative artist In th- eenattot to place any two objects In the same relative position When the home worker sets about copying Japanese work she may use only one flower or figure In the pattern nod she has a task before her usually too serious for western Impatience to contemplate Klilnrr Miner For kidney mince cut two sheeps kidneys In halves remove time skins nnd nil cores and mince them finely Chop finely two shallots or less accord lug to taste Melt one ounce of butter In a clean pnn put In the chopped shal lot and fry n nice pale brown Then put the pan two small tablespoonfuU lour and fry that ulsolnUe butter i 1orn pn1e brown Pour on to the flour of u pint of stock or wa ter nod stir over the fire till boiling Add ono teaspoonful of tomato sauce one teaspoonful of chopped parsley nnd a little pepper and salt Wbllo tailing ndd the minced kidneys and dimmer In gravy till cooked about i eight minutes Meanwhile prepareI KOIIIO crisp buttered rounds crust cut ofT and pile the kidneys on the round Dust well over with t I bread crumbs and on the top ot each shake a little grated Parmesan cheese Put In a quick oven till browned and Vjscrye very botIJ A A great deal has been written a great deal has been said about the IceI innii and It Is generally understood that not halt what Is said and written t I I t I TUB iWIUOEHATOHBCAtKa would ho allowed to go through the United States mails on account of Its near approach to questionable litera turn lOt of all the hard things that Kara lI directed at the deliverer of tho dally plea of Ice have been prompt Al JijsHllegcd short weight and tda lirohleupt the coming summer will be how to Insure getting your money worth 6t the crystallized cake of wnter That there way be as little dispute ovcrjjthls point its possible there has and patented on attach ment for the refrigerator which weighs the ras It la laid In that receptacle WhqnyUie Iccinnn comes around and till III I the Ire Into the refrigerator and calls out Theres your led nil you havoto do la to look nt the Indicator on Q outsldo to flnd that be la two- Joundyhhort Confronting the vlllaillI I J f1 ila ranging evidence bi trouble In persuading him ton keZup the elcleDcyWasbIDgton Iij1 sr itS V nltit SpanUh WaTIhlcc should be substituted for law oftener than It generally Is aDI northern tables There are wall ways t of cooking It besides the plain boiling Spanish rice la almost a weal In Itself loveJseveral waters dry sand brown It lu t hot drippings In whlclifn chopped on ion and n clove of garlic are trying Benson with salt and pepper and ndd a t 3 few tnblcxpoonful of canned tomatoes 1 teotcr the whole with hot water and A without touching It until the rice Is soft Add hot water as It bolls awns tl rUvvlnoipor 1lclnre IlaiiBlnir tiA dcvTce for hanging a group of shall framed pictures consists of a vinql liar with brass tipped ends This ls hung from the high picture molding 1i of tho mall and the small pictures ore suspended troll It attached by brass thefii r t Floor SlMln VJi Ior n cheap floor stale mix ono part 1 of brunswicl black with seven jmrts i of turpentine apply to the wood with aoj n lint brush Next day polish with JWHWMX and turpentine to wako a J lighter or darker stain- KICHTKRX JIILMOXS tSsptorers In Hollvlu Kluil Tradltlonalo Treasure of the Lliwa Peru Fob 29 Advices fromI LaIH Bolivia announce that the S traditional treasure of the Incas has bn discovered at Challacatta U pl amounts to 18000000 The discover i fcws are of various nationalities and are now quarreling over tho treasure allhosgll a legal contract exists beyT twwMith m as to the division r t MtSwItlwi have Interfered In tile 1 Ir ttw L ff ac 11 f i W I u VICE ADMIRAL MAKAROFF AND IllS VLADIVOSTOK IOU lUCKAKKR Vice Admiral Mukuroff aiipouilrd to Riircecil Admiral Stark In coinmaiul of ItuuUt naval force In the tail U oho Inventor of ll a huge te rnuhbg steatnets which are u1ill the winter to cut clmunela In the tae in YIlI18lokanl portion of She lIaltlo era If It bad not been for llukaroffi invention the Vladivostok cruiser wiiHilrun would nuw be fiorcn In SHORT STORIES The agent of the Penobscot or Tn ratite Indians reports that the trib now numbers SOrt fourteen having died during the last year In North Andover Mas the Ice on Lake Cochlchewick Is twenty Inches In thickness In the memory of the oldest Inhabitant It has never before reached this figure A big meteorite has been found III Oregon It Is ten feet long seven wide larglstItendon about Its ownership During the month of January there was not u bell alarm of lire In Dover tllcoIl8hllrI tit In 1001 were 9780OS4 n falling off upward of f1000000 from till pre vious year The shortage Is more than covered by the two Item of wheat and salmon representing Ii short wheat crop and a light salmon pack A Itrockton Mass man visiting III Nantucket picked up a bundle on the street that proved to be n baby and while he was wondering what to do the childs mother appeared t6 claim1 It The baby hind fallen off n sled the mother was hauling nnd she had not noticed her loss till she reached home MODES OF THE MOMENT In laces the snowball nail Illy of the tternI and sizes newest XV bodices and sleeyes The Marie Antoinette fichu In mOils ECllne dc sole Is conspicuous as a flu ish to afternoon gowns Gold and silver brnld for evening gowns is bordered on either side with ruchlngs oT chiffon utid gauze Tor the gauged skirt to which rash Ion is now so partial the soft fairies are best adapted and there Is 1m extensive variety of these materials c Neat check silks are favored for blouses and spring Wraps i- persuasion relletcd wllh plAim satin pipings and lined with lyry satin lib erty Gowns that are wohi without coats will sport some fancy yokes They are not necessarily of lace but cnn be of shlrringa or of applications or the yokes can be little accordion plaited copes fastened to the stlxjk anti nlIlowed to rail over tie shoulders Brooklyn EllgleIPLAYS AND PLAYERS banning Pollock dramatist ottTho j Pit Is general publicity promoter for William A Ilrady I Tho Initial production of Cinderella Ihe Prince by II A IJnrnct au- Thor of H02 was given In Boston recently by the Cadets and was a sue TCSS bllo of the successes of the present season hi Mlle Collllon4hjibeenwhich secured by MInulo SelJwho obtained thu tIght Elizabeth Marbury IhrolllbICablegrams tram Paris Marlon Winchester who wits success as a dnncerfii this country la soon to wed Come Robert Arthur dOrenty a Delghin 1I0blelUunILoulso Willis this country and now playing In London recently had liar kneecap dislocated through a piece of scenery falling on her In the play of Ilumpty Duuipty Mrs Klsko hUN obtained the sole English noting rights tojStlnto the Great Light the by C M S McLellan MrttieCellun Iii re sponsible for The Belle of New York EDITORIAL FLINGS The Servian rider continues to show an earnest desire to Jump out of tllIking row Cevclnnd Plain DlullrIFifty years from now you will hear the old timers referring to the good old winter of J00301 Snllnuvlllo 0 BallI ner China sadly realizes that the tiny when a general could go to war with pack of firecracker and a bottle of asafetida are gone forever Washing ton Star Thais a pretty good Joke of the clothiers who are telling their custom that woolen goods are oilseed now wing to tho high prroot cotton and ts materials Hocton Herald The czar of Russia cot at least count upon having all the of lids country with liliu oil nluioituny sub to agree with him than IJectTlllensle Omalm lice Young Rockefeller advises peo not to complain i t their hard luck he man obese hard luck Is not tem pore by StanuWd OH hqldlngs wJll be IncllDed tor aratui9 ndvlco with tome cyateMnlllo ou Star y rirs L 11NegroClarendon Arl March 1Becausuw poste a n II1I0twltbstallllinggreat majority of the wino citizens served the postofllca building there was dynamited and completely In strayed by unidentified persons GreatII excitement exists In the cause of the deed nnd considerable racial prejudice Is xPsedeBuying War Material San Domingo March 1The Mo rales government has decided to buyCI from Venezuela tho gunboat Miranda for 00000 to bo paid In six Install In ments as well as 5000 Mauser rifles and 1000000 round of ammunition to This offer of war material was made by President Castro through tho Dominican minister at Caracas Senor Lopez Call Fcr Peoples Party SL Louis Feb 25 The committees representing the rnlddlooftho road and the fusion wings of the Populist party In joint conference draft ed the official call for tho Peoples party national convention to be holu In Springfield 111 on July 4 stFlourMinneapolis Feb 27 Another nJ l vance of 10 cents per barrel In the In price of flour was announced as a re suit of the high record wheat prlCrfs In Bakers nro now buying flour sparlm ly and n raise In the price of bread Is not impossible- Three k Killed a Score Injured Chicago Feb 25 By an explosion that wrecked the starch mill of the Warner Sugar Refining company at to Waukegan III three men were killed and n score injured MAItICII HIIIOltr3 Iniln mud Stock Irlfe For Krli 120 Clevrlanil Cattle Cliolce tat dry ltd steers 1150 Iba mud up II SS U 4 63 good to choice 1000 to 1160lbs tl Id0 4 35 fulr to goal 900 to 1000 Ibt 3 709 4 10 choice hlfors 13 SSW4 10 rliolco fat butcher bulls 13 lOfi3 S5 choice fat IIcowand Lambs Good to choke Iambs iS Si Q6 CO fair to Rood IS SOfjS TS cull tu common II 50j 5 001 good to clii lco wttli r sheep II 2SOI CS good to Choice Intrlxcd sheep II KHO1 50 fair to good 13 W0I 00 culls to common i2 OOflS SO fair to Rood yViirlliiK 14 OOQS SO good to choice ewe 13 7SQI 25 Calves Choice IS 00 good 17 fi6v7 T5 common and fed 11000600 liege Yorkers s 60 mediums and heavy IS 70fU 75 ed pigs IS OOfiS lot stags and roughs 1350 01 G- 0lit niiffalo Cattle Good to Iir4 SO choice bujchcm II 25sj1 GO falrto goof butchers 13 75f I K heifers 300 IJ4HthGO6 75 mils and common 13 0003 60 good to choice ewes II 2501 50 fair to Koovl IOIt1 75 fair to good yearling t3 Oil HIIICI0 90 8iHt roughs tl 2S I I 3S etiffa tl 00Q1i AK o Chicago Cattle Good to pgfte steers t5 0005 8S poor to tn ltimiJ till 7S utoclccrs and r dcrxa2G011110x of tloannerllTexas fed steers tl OOUI 75 Sheep and Lamba Good to a trc welhcrs t4 850 175 fulr to clijl mixed 3 DOftM 26 western sheep f injj6 00 nullvollmbsIII 60fl 00 w ntru lambs Calve23 CKiG 75 llojs illxcd and butchers t5 15fiB 65 good to choice lienvy t5 5145 72 rough heavy t5 35 tIS1No 2 42C W riltsliurj rattle Cholce 5 Id bo K 20 prime tl8KUiOOj good t4C00 4 75 tidy butcher tl 25tfl BO fair SI00 01 20 helfcrx 13 lkit I lu cowHnyljulU und stags tool I o0 fresh owAS5 00- fi50 00 Sheep mij Ijinln 1rlniu woth en II SOQ 4 85 gurxl iftlxtd II GbQH 75 fair mixed 11 VulIO choice lam bo Ii 1086 25 fair to good 5 75F7G 00 common It to il M CalveiijVealM 16 00CJ ii 6 25 Ilojja IrtoiB lunvy grid medium l 70Q5 75 hoar rorkcro IS 65515 70 light Yorkeis D jnj of pigs IS 009 IB V New York at 11 1sleer 14 1St 6 15 builx 13 fcoiUI 60jc6wf2 003 75 Sheep und JamlJeSh p 1311085 00 lambs 15 25tj6 10 ci6lct 6 150 year hinge IS 65ulesyeall II 6009 00 1I0gltSu Pennsylvania 616sc6 80 western ids S5 1605 SO No 2 red It Oi CornNo 2 64o Oats No 2 GG- cClnrlunali Wheat No 2 red It 03 CornNo 2 mu d 47o OatsNo 2 mix nl i4t11114 neNo L 7U ir80c Lllrdk17 20 Hulk teatsI 60 IS C2H Hogs 13 COQ 6 + 60taltlo2 25 tjot DO SlIpp13 U0i4 60 Lambs II SO 4f6 15- Uoston Wool Ohio and Pennsyl vania XX anil aboV 3lllto X 909 Sic No r3 Xo 2rftJo line washes delaine IliV3Ge t Toledo heal1108 coon 47Wcj oats I5wriu1erneeul 17 00 I the A Had IllTiipnmn JouciiT5 In a dreadful fix Ro for n nervous mint q Winkle How 1101 Tupman Tho only WRY to keep his baby quiet la to play the violin and time dog bowls lieneYer ho heart It c = J at =1 fi- U 4- i HINTS FOR FARMERS rit lall riiein fs1 IrtCcnIThere was u nnat braska farmers ut Lincoln rcctMilly and Professor V A IhlIItot Wlxcun sits Maude the oponlng t In willdlI hiU caught the ntuntion of hU beariw and held U by the dtivngtli of hU fncti and the close njnuwthy bo nmiilfuiiUil fur the biwlnojw of fanning Culling nttonlliiii to the tow bro tlerA asocla tloiirt lit vurk In various states lie wild that It any one lenjeara 0 hud been so bold as to assert that gray haired farmer would one day study turn ho would have been laughed at This study U what brings about better conditions on the furuis anti better conditions Induce the boys to sIllY there To further Illustrate that elm ration pays the farmer Professor lien ry told of fifty farmers who supplied dairy with milk Twentysix of the llfty tend nn agricultural or taro pa per the others did not Tho end of the year showed that each cow owned by till twenty six had earned 951 while the cows of Uio others brought In only 10 anti time cost of tho feed for the more productive cows was Icsd lieu the expense Incurred lu carlug for the taws that earned less money InrreuBCil Kuoivlrdur The Increase of gcneml knowledge couccrnlug the liner points of uiodeni farming Is U matter of note eIIIlullIthe spread of such knowledge during the past ten years of bulletin und In titltntes It Is very common now to nt the Institutes a number of farm fully obis to follow this speakers ith a line of searching question III way which proves they have been doing name bard thinking and have s worked out some new Ideas from tie field und stock burn Most of the younger men even those who seldom attend the meetings are often able to talk of their personal ex with the latest methods with stock mid crops An Increased coal deuce In some of the newer Ideas Is and although the tern scien tile farming is still distrusted there lire growing numbers who nre In n- areful way unking use of the best teachings they can feud running ins tact reached the stage where bard star thinking must go with hard work make a first class success Ameri can Cultivator Commercial feed Bluff I The department of agriculture Is colUlaborating some Information on tho purity of commercial teed stuffs mud finds that finely ground corncobs are used to n considerable extent for adul teration Instances are noted In Con necticut where corncobs and corn bran have ben mixed with mixed wheat feed stuffs and sold In pack ages bearing however no label or I atement of contents A largo num of analyses nSade by the New York otllcliils show also the use of corncobs a number of licensed and unlicensed ready mixed feeds und In one Instance n pure ebnmienl A number of pro It prietary feeds were found to be com posed lu part of oat hulls Tit niar tslt Is stated are offering many Inferior teed stuffs and the prices charged at present for commercial feeding stuffs often bear no rcnitlou their chemical composition or feed ing vuluc It therefore requires SIMJ cliil cure and intelligence to select feels which shall bo economical for the datrynjan or feeder of otter steela Food For YOUIIB 1lR Shorts anti skimmed milk Is the Ideal food for young pigs Where milk U slot to be hall shorts moistened with kitchen slops Is good In a months a mixture of slots and ground burley may be added As the pigs grow older bole pens steeped for n twentyfour hours way be fed Hoots winter and clover posture In Bum men will In nil ensue reduce the lOst of production Well cured dower hop mop be given lu small iiuuntnUH In winter and will be rtllehttland utiliz to good advantage Charcoal or hnrdwood ashes mad salt should bo within reach at all times Professor Jlpnry gives thercsult of un cXIJerlc with bone meal fed with corn found that 28 per cent less groin WON required to make 200 pounds of Hardwood ashes and salt had tho same exact We learn from Is that by the use of this condiment the cost Is reduced by nearly a cent per pound Corn HrowlU Iii Valrr oAJIhllkot Indian corn grohlgIIIIrq ly u ritali of wl w at IJthoInterest to farmers jJt Is found thijt ere ore laauuera egetnhlcH Ullar even shrubs sad trcc4 twjch Water which line a lib rtAlin- uilcnlc substances ISliqhwaliforll1o potash milplmte of inngneHla IlbosII pinto of Iron phosphate of potiifwlum nnd some of the nitrates With the use of these It has often bleu foundS a plant will grow even though the In which ltd roots rest mayv partly frozen Tho chemical ele ments are just as active und the growth shoots upward Irf lls lIuturalII warier Tho practical object of growt IIobserverfrom need to maturity and to note thoI stances effect of various fertilizing stubp M L FlKhdnK Baa soI tIIl1dweapon ip use ngalnat theltsti JOB stole No one 8eClllilr to say Jus j what tho best combination it hllliti1 i ientists and practical iiicn are pi work upon the problem anti thoylU i 1tlveellJ at ItUurul New Yorker Ufo i want your groceries carrlellto your kltjhenThone 38 jtjt iJ A liiutfiiln for Sonia One A nice small Farm III Lee county fur 1 sale The Larkin Stamper place on head of Hear Greek NicedwelllnK d storehou e cries and barn never fllllln water well fenced Price tea tEnnubleRuSmi easy For parllcu larrapyl JETTe J y J t WI t r of TUB SUNDAY S6II + lt LESSON X FIRST QUARTER INTERrtA TI0NAL SERIES MARCH 6 Toil uf the IONHun I Mark Iv IS11p Memory Vpm i aTJUl ottln Tet ln evil ut11auuuealsry lrIariby Itpr II SI Hlearim Vpjilghl 1903 by Amrttinn Ireet Anatlallnj- hilt the lesson romiiilttoo wcnw 10 Imvo Und no regard to lhi nnU nyi or order of evonts there Is no event Iffflk1 life of Christ nor is thuru tiny rtcoM In nil Scripture In which wee tniyliot llnd undreamed of breadths and lengths and depths tad heights of otornul roalt Itles for our aollla nourishment aid growth After the events of the Bali bath dny lesson which wu had two weeks ago It Is probable that loans chow the twelve apostles repeated part of the wrmnn on tho mount on n plain healed the ccnttirlonK Mmnit raised the widows non answered Johns III 11t11 II 11 Ill nod was mutinied In Simon the Phnrlwva muse In the Litter chapter the nccoinit of the BtlllliiR of the Biorm Is liimu dliilly prowlod by ills wonderful words My mother nod my brethren art thom which hour the word of Cod njid do 11 Loki vlll 2ll nnd twniowhnt similar art His Wools In Matt xII Ki Who soever shall do the Will of My Futher which Is In lion von the HIIIIIO Is My brother and sister rood nuilhor lot us yield fully to the will of Und to dO- or to suffer nnd outer Into tlio Joy of this nmrvvlons relationship and hoar Him day b dny say lo us lot us pass over Iot us KO vorse 515 John xlv In Ho lends wo follow He commands we iiboy Ilo trorliei we yield Ourselves In Him that He tong work In us mad through ux nil Ills ICIMV plcumiro It watt evonliiK when thoy itarloil In cross the lake nod lit load Just finish Ill apsesuking man imnibltM and twiPb lug them ninny Ihlnir and was orb dent wonry In liody Tllllt may jrtt9 slbly bo the KlBnlllfunie of MnrUs re nark Thoy took Him tveii his lit seta As the Nailed Ilo foil nnlii x sslbly wbllo itimninnlng with Ills Father about tilt ovouts of the day for Ho wns truly n man nail this grMt 01 Btorm that mnldftily an rpt down tiHll the Into did not nwnUon Him ilu r was notlilns In Ills 011 hut lKrfDet pcuro and such n mind OHII slug iintcl under any olrounntanw Kvon I Hlnnrr fiarel by gout parr pntviil It In Htornis nt sou mad iluiiBirs on land He tux loll us tluit wi shell moot storms as we Junmry tiny by day but ionoi through till IB mir prey HORO John xlv I UT xvl US Mitt xxlv Ili Ortlliutt Ho awnm to us 10 be Indifferent us to what Is hnppxnehig to us hood Ho doos euro alwitjH situ Cor x HI stands nnd tit trial seer conllnuos Imntr than Is rroll terns amine for Ills glary god for our highest lOll As to porlshlng It Is lmp HRlbltf fur I vessel to bo lost tlmt has lhrlat III It U ImiMMnllita for ono of Hht slivp lo perish mud hut own word stands lo that oflWI In lobo Xoiu And tboro Is nothing In tho word that cnn possibly contradict Ihouc precious wonls of Ills for till Is written by the Holy Spirit laid UM Holy Spirit din not contradict HIiiiMlf lut Ihll I lh II Tin I 12 confirm tie rinse 111 s mugs and tot I lobo IL 10 oxplntn why souse who 8vt Hi to lie Ills mindur way All to Hob vl ltt trrao ono has woll soil Ihut sect MlHtewrnt there mlKht hone IWPII ono of Ittilannl or Judos iMcarlot who certainly never were rodpomod- Citlmly n onr Ionll4lillt IhroiiKh nil the storm onlmly Ho nroDo when tlify awake Him nnd rnlmly He ullcnd Ilia nilRhly Iouco II htlll nail thorp wits Kivat culm Tho lint Adam was given dominion ewer nil lhlng bill la roou lost It In the loot Adim nil sluill lii be fully restored and this Is but n ample of the dominion that fihnll ll f ours with Him over nil things lull even over deaths Itself II Cor xv JIiLS Rev v II WI Ono hums said that tho ilestrucllvc jniwors of creation nro b v Icnuso of ulnas sin In the wrvlce of vil uplrlts hilt our Ijird leis nil power In heaven nnd nn onrlh He Is the in Prlncoof effete Ho Is the Ponce of II God nnd n hem He nilos thou will lib j 1IxWhy fearful f Why woophiR Why ixi a hitLuke u 1lIIitj I II iiuistlfUJsAilwnys nnd porluii or you Just now TJio nnswors hllghl various such tux Xi rd I cant M lhalIhnu loc it me when hlngs n they err with me I cruet wemj t 1 thy presenep lord I have pro r1 earnestly and there germs to IM M answer Sly eiiPinles threaten me In + toll me my health In Kf I 1 no nssurnnce of ftnlvallnn f Vhntevcr the cause of unrest yui K la all I my inc self ntviijiallij the wavea null the alorm t remedy Is neelnt Jesus hearing 1 seeliiK Him work bcllevin love mud renting In II our hear IttlmnYIII III all crcnturcg olwy llhii 4 rertt ami tniiall IIIIIH and mud lilnlfl nil angels file orlrnUl the nnlvenv IWtlI l lid demon are In rPbei hlsn1 o ory knee shall yd hce 6rNod the leather PtyIs 1hc ftt xlmll 11 l Mist Iii they 1111M l Ir own IrJolll I tTUiumicr of m0lr l 6fc hiMH 101IIIlIlIiiJ l I feani J f Notlco is I ribffitii UhI I L UrrjtiliIIC hlilt Inliif rAIIIpPeIedd M fl ltran nn- Itlndi I t1 rJIIJlh1II1111111 Ir traiu l iCOUon odor limn dlIlt by flJlIeer l ili If tetllitwr 1Ihtr Ilnn rtIi I4ItI p U Clm ISlx j tryDf t 00 6J 1r IENERAfsii Outwral Kiiroifj It HUSSIAHVANItecenlly app b td li IIlIlIlIn sndof ItuMUn land furnn In llw Iens tx M f riMr kill Ifill illlivr wlw bas tnnel Liatrs lir i lull icUliniT Lst eu nlullerif war lIb111i stud u full g u ersl elites irwi yirr ADMIUAL ITO ONE OP JAPANS NAVAL 1111 YnVa dirunaathehnu oIblp of theIs in tl lumomIII IeI lInolor n lU inaoiw lit ssImaawt i f Juiii 1ie rdudralltofwyeateofeg Jq2 5C Z rt2taZ5are2EZ cSr 57525r5nc555iSi5fLCJ 1liiVK iYPrp donl J SMlKI lIJon11cttlhlr fl11 iMKOItl Vice lrl hltllt HOWl VASAIUSUAIL Aad 0 tlim JACKSON DEPOSIT BANKJ I Jackson Kentucky rn PHiup Capital lf 0000- Siiiliis vt I70500o L a 4 7 h f I IVo solicit tlio Ilnukintr JJusiiKww nnil I nc ejI Lumber Maiiufuetiircris 4 J Timber Don Iclf1 cr 4 Business Men MercliautsWi fI t UII1UHSc 7TF V- TlirQiiglioutj Ivutern Kentucky ami ollor oily Guatoiiiors A lilt must t ft I JLIBERAL TERMS m Iciiitiinnto hnsintes rn COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTYricSr5r525Zr252 =i2S2Sr5r5r u 1 Al CfltAWFOKD lAM ES ItUOI11I A Is WON WEHHI KaVWBM I J AR NOW AT IlO fJJ IN TIIIVJT J Crawford Building l i Anil our molt no fur lius oxcewkul our foiultwt liopofl Wo aro tliOply nitoftil for the gonoroiia jitryiiigovo Imvo rteeivvtIIII the jmflt 1111will tryto merit ovoti AFore in J the future Our stock ill NEW CLEAN AND FRESH And wo propose to iiiiiintiiin one icpitlntion 1 for liundliiig the best goods and J Fair and Honorable Dunlin Ami the uio+ t courteous trcutinont of y J CALLa d E3EE ID S0 71RcspectfuJIy 1 A1P1 CRAWFORD lit CO 1