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I BREATHITT COUNTY SEWSI J WISH HAUINB Editor anil Publisher = A NKwsiAiKit DKVOTKD TO THE INTKKKSTS OK LASTKKN KKNTUUKY = ONK DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I Volume IV i Jackson Kentucky Friday Dccombar 9 ys 1904 L 4 Number 9 IWo will nccojit advertisements 2 on n giiiiruniy that our paper Imn illI1111811111 Our to uv puryOllllt niul nlmoflt every one in Leo Mn I gollln Owsloy Wolfe nnd Knoll S Counties If you want to reach tho moun tail trulot trynn n i in tlio HKKATII ITT Cot NT V NEws KILLTHHCOUCHAND KingsNew 1 IFOR cONSUMPTION Price BOcSIOO Free Trial Surest and Quickest Ours for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK l isWs Dean Contractor fur Brick mid Steno Work Llnio and Cement for salt Give him n call when nitsltng unvtliin in ills lice JACKSON KY I Defer You PurttuM Any Other wrlle THE MEW HOME 81WINQ MACHINE COMPANY ORAftOC MASS Mani Sewing Machines are mad to Mil regard Ion of quality but the XIW llnuifi It made to wear Our guaranty ttvir runt out Wa make Swlnc Machines to lull all condition clthctnd The New Clams ttandiatthl I ha4 of all HIKhKrndrlmllytewingmuldne I Nwlii by nultiorlMM tlcnlrrn only roe ALC ov James M Richardson Co- utnurnl Agents Klerlrlc IIMj CL1ILtNI O + WantedOnt Thousand Mm slid Vuiiu n I pain Ihn Civil Servlei Kxnininntlon fu the folloniiiK United Hlates lovirn incut plahlisi NAME OF POSITION Dcpnrttiunt lirunrli Ago ltiull HO and over Clerk Mitln or Finmlw SliMORrnithw Mule nr Ft male- Slenngrapheraad Typewriter Mnli lit Feinntelliiokkttier Mule or Feinala hallway Mail Clerk Age 18 to M- TnpRer 10 and over CiiNlom House Uruiieli- ABL LiliiiiLo and over any Inrpeolor Clerk Male or Ffiiinlt Aulllnl VulKher Menseuger SamlIe- rlnttlruIIIUt11I1n llrauch Age Limit 151 am over Clerk ClniigHr Slorihpppcr k Post OilloH llrniiiih Clerk Mnlo or Fenmln 18 to iC Clerk Currier Fur Inforinntlon tie to nqulrenienlf d Address U ItoxDS Lexincloa Kjr 4 It Ilafalt rheu UII STEVENS ltowcaai aadbdagingdowayout luci Ste la our famous line ol I S T EVE N S GIIIstIi aaa l oa OMfoJu It 51U44 Ia1 be If11IncyqsaprpNdrelpt we dilp u b rlolVl aamcttrpiWie itdrIt TnrjiMa k UWM erului Iftfrc-r StftJIutlt TextIrf 0 OH fJLLIMA8I UsA I IIIMSTMVSTIMK NEAUIY HKUK Mia sumnos liy tlm brook have lung their red The millwheel ilnndi iluiuli nnd Hill Pile leaves Imve fallen and the bird have lied j Tim lluwurii we loved in iiminer an nil dead Vnd Ilia wintry wind blow dull Yel niiiielliliiK tn ike tills drearlnei lem drenr Tha Merry M ttj CliriftinnH Iota Is nearly lucre 11 Comha hUS defeated fertile DoniocTiitin iioiniiintioii for liurtir in the primary recently tell In Wolfu county for county Juices nnd who filwl n contest ho foro tho eoiiiinittet hns withdrawn iris contest On tho Liuking Hl4l8ntl Ken Lucky river hanks in Jtretttliitt ilagollin and Ovvaloy counties for fit lirea have destroyed largo main ours of rafts helongingto Ensturn lyiuHcnted nut thu loss will ho hoiiBuinls of dollar Cnpt W 1 Scolno of Win JioMter n prominent Knight of Iythiaa hml his right arm cut on tt tho oil tow Inst Friday afternoon it till planing mill of U P Sco are it Sao bya circular1 saw vliich ho acuidontally canto in ttntact with rt A McCormick of Iittaburg Ill him secured u lease on SOU icroa of Lilt lying east of Camp on train Indge S 111nttl and will begin tho sinking ofa tort well nt once This laud is about four milt+ s from the oil territory which has been developed at tho ptOIiITho Irish potato is said to make tutu bust putt wiper There it n peculiar acid in tho potato which muitrnlizoj the ink on puns and prevents them front rusting and that hone of the main reasons for nsingthcm vilify keep the lIotheing hanging to tho pun when it is drawn out It is tho best thing out and will bo used for n long time to como Try it Circuit court adjournednt Hind sal last week after a two weeks lession A great amount of work WitS done on thoivil docket and another term like tho ono just passel will almost dispose of the jivil casej Hales Jacobs was son tenced to the enitentary for ono fear for malicious cutting and wounding U Dials and Aronroo Sloan wero sentenced to the re form school for two years for the 9nlll0 offense Tho trend of development in tho oil Holds is toward Wolfe Bounty With the entranco ofn pipo lint into that field nil tho old producers nro being put to work ttudn fair production is being oh tained A late completion shows up to be good for 100 barrels Tho value of Wolfe county wells is bused principally upon the depth of tho oil is considered more last inn No completions havo boon mndo in Kstill county for two or threw weeks Several welU nro being drilled Pen tI having settled down on tho devoted heads of tho Hatlields of West rirginin and tho Me Ooyt of KOlltuckyanti that fa mous feud IIOlirI ly nil of tho llatliolds journeyed to a western stalo that their re maining years might bo of ponce Yet two or threw of tho Ilatfiolds remained behind and they were enough to start another feud this time with tho Dutys George Ucnsloy+ ajuinlaw of Dovil Anso Ilutliold threatened to kill two of the Dutys but they got him first John Daniels of tho liatHeld faction evened upby killing Marion Duty nnd the ron- dlis on fit the HntlioldMcCoy fetid forty teen wero killed nnd it all started over a rizor hack hog that wa utVwort ling a i t Y n KX II J HIT PEHMANKNT KciuncltyH Plait Kxlillilt nt tile Worlds Pair to 110 Koturnoil for Now Slate Cnpttol The good done by tho Kentucky Worlds Fair Commissimi is nut to die with it The better part orI tho magnificent exhibit of the Slates products and resources made at tho Louisiana Purchase Exposition is to he returned to tho commonwealth to become thuI nucleus ofa permanent museum in the new capitol at Frankfort Plans in lino willi this action were formulated at n meeting of the commission held November 20 in Louisville Tho Stnto Geological Bureau nnd the State Agricultural Expo rimcnt Station at Lexington are to bo mndo custodians of tho oxI hihits subject to further disposi lion by till General Assembly Tho mint nil and forestry exhibits are to go to the Geological lionrd and tho ngricillunil exhibit to the Experiment Station It is the hope of the commission that a place will bo mndo in tho now State Capitol IIor the nets of IVsidont A Y Ford of U E Hughes Secretary and Director of Exhibits nnd of the executive committee wore approved nnnni moualy nlldIt resolution adopted strongly commending thom for work dune 0nt nct which was especially ipplauded was that of the sale of tho Kentucky building on such favorable terms Itwill bo re membered that when Kentucky WItS allotted n situ for n Stnto building nt tho exposition the commission had to agree ns did all other commissions to remove the building within sixty days of tho close of the fair clear the site of all rubbish and restore grounds totthapo and grade In nil tMti mutes tho Kentucky Commission huts figured on absolutely no sal vage from this source believing U would cost as much to conform to tho rules of the exposition in this regard ns could ho secured trout tho sale Tho belief was natural tho commission having for its guidance tho results of tho wreckage nt Chicago whoa tho California building which cost 85000 was told for 3500 After taking several bids on the Ken tuck building sotto of the ex hibitors wanting to charge the commission for removing the structure tho hidor n Chicago wrecking company for x325 was accepted Tho financial report mrdo by tho secretary showed that there would ho funds loft on handat tho windupof tho business to ho turned back into tho State treasury At least 1000 of the 53000 appropriated for tho com missioners expenses will not be- SJMWt Tho board decided to give tho lino piano in tho Kentucky build hug to tho Governors mansion at Frankfort to remain there for tho uso of iov Bedcham nnd funnily and future governors and their families Tho court of appeals Friday overruled tho petition for rehear ing filed some time ago in the case of J W Bess tho Lexington murderer under sentence of death for killing Mrs Mary McQuinn Martin Tho mandate of tile court was sent to the oxecutio department and Governor Beck ham fixed tho date for the hang hen 13 Boss was con victed of killing Mrs Murtiu and throwing her body into n pond near the city limits of Lexington The evidence against him wns largely circumstantial lie had two trials before jury null received the death sentence from each See second and fourth pages for telegraph news SMALLPOX WARNXU Tho State Board of Ilcnlth lens issued tho following circular Since January 18ft8tsntullpox has prevailed more or less ex tensively in every county in Ken tucky with n total of over SOOt I cases nnd 300 deaths nnd costing in dash more than onehalf lIIillionI dollars besides nn limn interference with business and travel of something over one nnd one halfmillion dollars Properly expended this sum would have been more than enough to have guarded the health interests ofour people for n generation besides keeping every resident of the State vaccinated so that the existence of anything but an imported case of smallpox would have been impossible With the ndvont of cold weather cases of the disease are being re jwrted in widely separated sec tions in mnny counties mill we feel that it is again our duty to warn our ollicials and people of the necessity prompt action to prevent serious and yxiwnsive lo ad outbreaks Fortunately the prevention of this disease is as certain and safe as it is cheap and easy nnd nit hough it is unlawful to remain unvaccinnatcd nt any tune in tho face of existing con ditions intelligent people should not wait for the Inw to force then to evident duty Vaccination and revaccination properly dune with virus is n sure preventative nnd is entirely free from danger It should always be done by n com petent physician with clean hands and instruments nt threo points lit least nn inch apart on n well cleaned nrm nnd should dry thoroughly before the sleeve is drawn down Fresh reliable commer cial virus can bo procured but it is dillicull to keep it active nnd tho board prefers nnd iVcommends the use of humanixed virus espe cially ill tho county districts where the family physician sill select it himself from tho arms of healthy children and young girls It is more certain to take causes less soreness and is believed to give better nnd longer protection i If tho scabs nro wrapped in tissue I paper settled up anti put in n dry cool place they can be kept in definitely Physicisns everywhere should ho on their guard and should iso late the tint case and vaccinnate all exposed nt once Grown peo plo almost never hnve chickenpox When unvnccinnnted grown peo ple have nn eruptive disease under existing circumstances they should be isolated and treated as suspicious until the health authorities I decide it is not smallpox All i should remember thnt there are no such diseases ns elephant itch African itch army itch cedar itchor Cuban itch and these are nigger names for smull pox Every person iir the State who huts not already been vnccinnnted should do so at once The total vote cast in Kentucky at the last election ns shown by tho official records nt Frankfort is 457C5 Tile loading Democratic elector received 217170 votes and tho leading Kepliblicnn elector 20227 votes making Democratic majority of 11805 votes hnt Ill Iohhlll Heiulnclie would quickly leave you if juti tiiie Dr Kings New Life lill ThmiKnmlx or + nlTerers have proved their nmlehlei merle fur Sick and Nervou 1 1 end ache They make pure Mood and build tip your health Only 25o money buck if nut cured Sold hy Jnckstm Drug Ca Hicks 190 Alumnae Tho lfevIn K IHoks Almnnna for 18031 nuts randy being the Hnet edi tion ever initied ThU splendid nnd costly honk of 200 pages h A complete study of astronomy nnd norm wenther fur 1005 It IK too well known to nerd comment See It and you will so de cide The price poutpnld to InI4 dresa is Sod per cipy The Rev Irl It Hick scientific religion + anti fam ily Jmirnnl UOKU ANI WORK now Abreast with the bent magazine Is jlSe- a yenr llolb Word sad wick nod lle Alumnae U 00 per year Nu hector In vestment possible for any permit or family Try It and see Send tu WbRD AND WOUKS PUB CO 8201 Locust St StIouislIo i I t e wr BLACK SEA WARSHIPS r Included In the Fleet That Will Meet Togo OFFICIAL MEA10RANUUM PUBLISHED Jupaiiiio Forces Krported to Have AbHiiilunid 2033Ictrr IllllUussla Iliruliutlntf Sleii of Vnr KuroiHt kin ICpporta SltlnulaJiei Jliurovltoa Actlvn nt liuii lml St Petersburc Dec 5CIlItnln Clado who has been detached from the Baltic sea squadron to give evi dence before the North sea commis stun publishes a memorandum submitted I by Admiral Skrydloff to the em peror last spring giving thp compost tion of the squadron to be Wilt out to I the Pacific The Hat Includes the ships comtmandSlava Nicholas I and Alexander II the cruisers Kororloff Posadnlk Ab rok and Volvoda and several torpedo I boat destroyers and In case need of further reinforcements should make It j necessary to dispatch part of the Black tie t heat The Russian war office Is unable to confirm the report from Chefoo that the Japanese have haul unablo to hold 203meter hill but this news Is quite in accordance with expectations Experts J hero are ponvlncpd thnt tho cap ture of 203meter hill will he of no advantage to tho Japanese unless they can gain possession of the neighbor ing forts General Kuropatlcln reports unlm portant skirmishes lie states that Russian scouts found nt one point on the left flank 17 Japanese corpses entirely j stripped of clothing probably by tho local inhabitants General Kuro j patkln also relates tho discovery of two wounded Russians who had been I overlooked and left In tho trenches I since Oct 1C One of them who had been less severely wounded than hU fellow procured food by searching the r boils of tb j rltr and upon this they I had gurvlved for five TERRIBLE daysfSustained by the Japanese In Storming 203Meter Hill Tokyo Dec 5Tho diary of the fighting around 203meter hill which Is published In the Japanese papers describes the terrible losses Involved In the storming of the Russian position from dawn of Nov 2S till 11 oclock in the forenoon of that day A Husv Man counter attack began at dawn on Nov 29 and was so furiously pushed that tho Japanese were compelled to retlro from both sides of the hill into the valley Tho attack was renewed the morning of Nov 30 when nil the Japanese reserves came up from the southwestern corner but tlneso assail ants only advanced 30 teeters by 5 oclock so stubborn was thc re Distance and the Japanese suffered severe losses Then being reinforced the Japanese maintained the struggle with terrible earnestness Furious charges were repeatedly made and the Russians were compelled gradually to retire The southwestern summit of the hilt was not occupied until 7 oclock In the evening and tho north western summit not until 8 oclock During the night six Russian counterattacks wore repulsed Reported Japanese Disaster Mukden Dec GTho force of Jap anese slat to turn General Ronnen karaps flank has been repulsed with heavy loss according to reports reach Ing here It Is stated that Gun oral Ronnonkampff who know the movsnunt was maturing awaited the Japanese nt the mouth of one of the Japlnneseunsuspectingly Into the ambuscade 1collcctedto lect owing to tho fire of the Japanese This does not Include the Japanese loss In wounded The Russian loss according to this account was only 20 or 40 men Russian Ships Destroyed Tokyo Dec GIt Is reported that tho Japanese bombardment against the fleet at Port Arthur Is proceeding to the satisfaction of tho attaching forces On the evening of thE 4th Instant Sunday two or three Russian ships were tired And burned In a half hour Their names and the extent of the damage done are not known It Is generally believed that tho Russian fleet must either make an early sortie or puffer Irreparable damage Russian Activity at Shanghai London Dec G1ho Morning Posts correspondent at Shanghai tolesraphH as follows Russia practically In converting Shanghai Into a depot for her military and naval stores A local German butcher huts received a Rus sian order for several million pounds of meat Largo quantities at coal are held lucre on Russian account The In fringement of Shanghais neutrality Is arousing great Indignation Japs Heavy Losses Chefoo Dec GIl Is reliably roo porte to the Russian consul hero that the Japanese lout 1COOO men In the lighting Incident to tho capture of 203 meter hill Run On a Bank Buffalo Dec 2Aflght for tho con trolling Interest In tho German Anion can bank resulted In a run on that In stitution estimated hy Vlco President Schilling at 400000 Tile withdrawals were made by largo depositors to that the run did not cause any percepllblp excitement rr 7 iIIIGRATION FIOURBS Material Dpcrcwio Shown During the Lnt Fi + oil 1rnr Washington Dec 5Dtrlnz the last fiscal year Immigration to this country has materially decreased and It Is notable that the moral Intellectual and physical qualifications of the Im migrants admitted to this country dun ing the past year are higher than ever heretofore have been chronicled These are two salient features of the annual report of Frank P Sargent commissioner general of Immigration Tho report says that during tho past fiscal year 812870 aliens arrived In the United States of which 549100 were males and 2C3770 females an Increase in the females as compared with last year of 19870 and a decrease In tho males of C404G Of tho total number admitted Immigrants 3953 could rod but not write 108903 could neither road nor write and It Is presumed the remainder G400H could both road and write More than 95000 brought with them CO or more expenses FIre at Worlds Fair St Louis Dec 3A conflagration which gave tho firemen a stutborn fight and which owing to the high wind threatened tho entire exposition grounds was discovered In Ancient Home on the pike shortly after mid night Tho flames spread with great rapidity and destroyed part of Fair Japan all of Quo Vadls and the Streets of Rome In addition to tho loss of the buildings a collection of oil paintings depicting scenes In the novel Quo Vadls valued at 75000 was burned They were painted by Jan Styka a Polish artist and were brought to this country under a bond of 50000 A man who gave the name of Arthur V Dunn was arrested- charged with suspected arson Ho was seen It Is said In the vicinity before the fire was discovered Nlssena Last Feat Stevensvllle Mich Dec 2Peter Nlsson who attempted to cross Lake Michigan in a balloon boat called 1oolklller No 3 was found dead on 1tbe beach two miles and a halt west here Nissen Is supposed to have boon washed ashore during tho night Ills Foolkiller was about 20 rods down the beach from the body and lifeItened to the basketshaped car In tho boat The body was brought to Stev ensvlllc where It lies In the town hall The hands and face were frozen and tie features reflected much suffering Total Vote In Ohio Columbus 0 Nov 30 Secretary of State Laylln hiss announced the total vote cast In Ohio at the last elec ion The official canvass shows It totaled 1020229 ballots cast of which there were counted for president 1004393 a per centum of 9787 The total vote for secretary of state was 1001390 Tho total vote counted for president was Roosevelt G00095 Parker 314G74 Swallow 19339 Debut 3G2GO Corrogan 2G33 and Watson 1392 Roosevelts plurality totaled 255421 Oklahomas Demand Washington Dec GThe flag of our republic will not be complete un til on Its field of blue Is placed the rising star of Oklahoma says the annual report of Governor T B Fergu son of Oklahoma Wlth 700000 peo ple 540000000 worth of property the najor portion of our public expenses iostowed upon our schools unpreco dented advancement along all lines of enterprise It seems that congress should give us tho authority to exer cise In full tho rights of American cit izens Sale of Fair Buildings St Louis Dee 6It was stated that a contract for the sale of the 11 big exhibit palaces stock barns festival pl1lIIonsIstations with other Worlds fair structures that cost 15000000 will be sign wreckingIcompany Babe With Two Heads Somervllle Mas Doc 6A femalo child with two heads born In East Somorvllle 12 weeks ago Is attract ing much Interest among the medical fraternity about Boston The baby Is In the best of health and perfectly nor tnrl In every outer respect The moth er Is 20 years old The child weighed 14 pounds nt birth John Bulls Coaling Orders Colombo Ceylon Dec 5Ii pursu mince of Instructions from tho homo government at London regarding coal Ins faculties for belligerents either directly or Indirectly a notice was Is sued that no vessel shall bo supplied with coal without tho permission of tho local government Fatal Fire Pittsburg Dec lOne person was cremated two Injured and four house burned early this morning In a flro at Uuqucsno Junction across the Monon gahela river from Braddock The dead titan Is Albert II Fleming aged about G2 years The property loss Is only 15000 Newlandi Defeat Raleigh N C Dec 5In the Eighth congressional district the certificate of election was given E Spencer Black burn Rep whoso majority over W C Newland Dem Is 045 No contest woo made before the state elec tion board Snow In the West Kansas City Mo Dec 6Snow toll over central and eastern Kansas and despite tho fact that it melted rapidly nt first tho ground was covered with more than two Inches In ninny places The moisture Wee needed by the wheatt IrIleROLLER BEAKINQ HIGH GRADE U by buying reliable hen thisIlilgU trade injT machine INFrce llcclining Chair Cars- ru11ma1I Observation Parlor cars Dining cars and Sleepers ox T11E POPUrAR Henderson Route NKTWEEX Louisville St Louis Tlio West and Southwest IF YOU WANTTOTUAVfcrONTHE SOUP COMFOUf LINE C1E- TrilK IIKXnEKSOX ItQUTE HABIT ITll A lOOn HA HIT TO ACQUIUK ASK Tllb AGKNTFOUTIIIS HOOT iNC WIZEN 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stttinpj by Wll KnUUorn UhlcBROIt Wakeful i Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve TrouIble and Should Be Looked To There are three different manifests lions of sleeplessness First hardly to sleep a WInk all night second to lie awake a long time before falling asleep third to fall asleep soon waking up after several hours and then find It hard to sleep again They mean that somewhere in the nerve fibres somewhere In the brain cells Bomcwhrro In tho blood vi jfls that carry blood to the brain something Is radically wrong and must be righted or the end may bo worse than death To right U tako Dr Mlles Nervine Some other symptoms of nerve trou ble snot Dizziness Headache Back ache Worry Frctfulness IrrltabnltyaMelancholy Lack of Ambition e They Indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy Fits St Vltus Vance Nervous Prostration Paralysis Insanity Nothing will give such quick and last- Ing relief aa Dr Mlles Nervine My husband had been sick for week could not sit to have his bed made With all tho medical help wo could get C he continued to grow worse lie could neither sleep or cat Our baby girl was I sent away and oil callers barred be cause he could not stand a bit ot talk log I read of a caso of nervous pros lotion cured by Dr lilies Itestorotlv Nervine Wo began giving It to hire and In a few days ho woa able to ba dressed From that time ha steadily Improved Nervine saved his life iiMilS A 0 IIASKIN Frcevllle N Y I FREE TriadPackage I IPain Pill the New Sclent flo Remedy for Pain Also Symptom manic Our i Specialist will diagnose your case UU you what Is wrong and how to rttfht It fro Vlto suf al W A CU- URATVtULal LK1WT UfO a lio firaathiti Wows J WISE IIAdlNS Editor Friday Dec 1 1001 t FIWJESSIOXAIJCAllnS J WISE ITAGINS- ATTOKNEYA MAW Office over PostOffice JACKSON KENTUCKY gF All budneis Intrusted to him I will lecelve prompt and careful nt tendon I IIIBnlrnnnnnrrnmtnnrrrrnnnnnflllL IE L LAWYER = JACKSON KENTUCKY Will practice in Breathltt and = = Maguffin CountiesM- 11111WW1WW11Wlu11WWUTAIW111111 E A r Q W FtKKJcon A II PATJOX I I ttLEENOIl PATTOX LAWYER i 7LJAOKSON KENTUCKY Ie JOHN D WHITE LAWYER Office over Dank Manchester Clay Co KentuckyAlso Room 603 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will in State and U S Court Invited correspondence touching Nev Era Co lends In Owsley or O V I 0 lands In Marian or moss Creek fnrn KyUpon iuvetignli find report valuator tltlesor large butt of umber coal and oil lauds locntei1 between Meshack Monroe county Ky Luchter e 125525ZS2LEETE J3EURIS R CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS n Prompt Attention given to II n I 1SATISFACTION mOF1 IOE I JACKSON Ii KENTUCKY sps25 E5t csBsa9t52529 5itI5252S252525iS252 25 lCONLEY DROWN COPE C C1VILENGINEEItSAND SURVEYORS tr n Local Surveying n specialty Phone 39 ollce in the old n- Hnrgis nuil ingnAOKSONKENTUOKY r ffi- f 5252S25ru ANNOUNCEMENTS FOIL STATE REPRESENTATIVE tVe are authorized to announce GRANT HOLLIDAY AS a candidate for Representative from the 02d Legislative District composed of the counties of Rrtmihltt Lee cud Mogollln subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR v Ve are authorized to announce JOHN L STRONG fie a candidate for Assessor of nreathilt county subject to the action of the Re publicm party c I Wo call your attention to the imrrovoJnpponrnnro of onr paper s homo print paper over published in this 1county Wo have no patent in hsido or outside either so if you trwaut to roadnil tho local news 1 you must road all four pages have aNd 1 printer and fi We with our improved cylinder pros s + and with our former experience J wo are ahlo to give you n hotter 1 paper than heretofore and it i 0 our intention to make tho Nnwa i welcome weeklyvisitor fill over this mountain section We already have a larger circulation that over enjoyed by any other paper r in this section hut we want to still increase our list If you are not alreadyu subscriber wo invite you to lp into tho baud wagon and go with us through 1905 and Iwo will try to bo so interesting and ontortainingthat you will stay ns forever rii A great uproar is being mado because there aro n million coil thou in tho United States earning their own living It strikes us that it is vastlycreditable to time J children however discreditableIto their natural protectors and that nobody hUll any business to object to it except benevolent timid public spirited persons who are willing i to adopt time children so- mtt thfttn to school whore they should rv w bo For to pass laws oIoP prollibitillgthoso who aro orphan lff xl from working in factories 01 supportrrta ft Correspondence TROUBLESOME Elliott Nolle anti nails Noble o f South Quicksand came to this plan- IastSundaypndeloped with Mrs Flue Sizemore wife of Colson Slzjinore and who were recently innrriii am Susan Stncy to parts unknown to lite writer I would say to them cud 10 the public remember the glorious benediction luld down in tho Uiblo What God linlh lobed together lc I nu man put asunder leaving Onlsor Sizemire and Henry Stncy to motiri theluss of their companion ROOSEVELT A WOXDBIJFUl DEEH 1IUXT James Roberts Oliediah Robert anil It 0 Davis hare Just returned frun tie State of Wiscotikln where theY hare been on a hunting tour whiel lusted thirtyolio days Their licenu lIst them 25 which permitted then1 to kill cut ship two deer front the State They arrived In Jackson or November 25th with two large deei Hid a number of skins and horns On 3uT mber JMlli bur and Mrs Jninei i Roberts gave a deer feast to more tin thirtyfive of their friends Time part enjoyed their hunt very winch Jnmt i Roberts who IiS years old killed twi titer one wolf a lot of binU and SUM II inme Ho was the last man to kl1lII leer in Rreahltt county on time JnuV Alison farm on Frozen about twenty lire years eau Ransom Roberta wife and datightm from North Crandon Wisconsin were e it the feast and will visit friends and relatives till the first ol Month when they will return to Tine Klver Wis- E Roberts of furry county wui ilsn at the feast and was e peciill iroud of lime reran his father hat mult tin his llrU hunting trip in tli e lorthivoit He says he will try lii luck next year ROUSSHAU Itiiey Row IsTin tlm sick list The RouAjonirSunday school Is im 4 imvlng Green llensley Jr is minint con- G I fir E II Milllx CE II Minix is moving his steam null to lilt homo ItaVB Dan Iclntosh and Jusiph Lovely are preparing for their XIIIIH services tOur Itnptiat preachers have gone h role like n groundling and will no ome out until green beans como in Mrs Av Napier has joined then iliurch and wins baptised lust Sunday 07 Ittt1 Dill Mclntosh on South Fork tppcrsolCI I moving to it lie will alsj run his mill EVER SOLE Breck Crawford shipped a load of calves to Cincinnati lust week We have a good prospect for a roil road from Tallega to the mouth ol CJjw Creek William Robinson and wife of Gar arid county mire visiting Meads and elatives here Horn to Mr and Mrs Charles Cul Ulinn list week a line girl Charles ays It looks more like its dade lay fTime Democratic convention wits held it Hoonevlllfl lust Wednesday for the purpose of nominating n nun for Sena cur lu which Mr Wheeler of Morgan ot the instructions LO and Q B Rosa have sold nl their timber on Mtfudow Creek for per tree and will measure It In a short time It will probably bring thirty or forty thousand dollars MH Lydln Creech of Athol was quietly married to Jack Stung of Whick Jlreathitt county lust Salur lay The bride is daughter cf Judge Strung find the widow of William Jreech who died four years ago We rtxtend to them our best wished Time Republican primary was held Saturday time 3d to nominate men fa he county ollicex in which Judge tiriwer was nominated fur county judge Harvey Rico for sheriff John linker fur jailer William Wilson fur assessor Kil Klmiery fur ctunty clerk attorneytSjinu ono broke Into the ojlloa of W It llnllock cal stole time ballots tliure- ora the voters of the Hooiidvilld pre cinct did tint get to vote- IUItItFYI Charles Cole vetit to Clay City one- day last Week Dlod on thoillli ult at Zhcharluh tho Infant daughter ol Mrs Lea Town send Cart Ashley of Bimcoo was vUfting with friends and relatives at Ridge wood Junction several days lust week Mrs Leonard Rurnes of Rldjcivond Junction was visiting her grandpai enu Mr and Mrs Tug Klncnid near Fifcaitlu several days last week Tim local orders of Kof p I O It It anti Junior Mechanics have decldid M remove from hero to Xuclmrinli ivhure thy will build n now hall Sorry to see them leave us Q B Martin went to Lexington Tuesday to take active partnership ill Sullivan Conxlotuns luutber business His family trill follow within a few day George Russ who has been section toteman bare for the ear was ifiiiuferred teSluaitgeruaur Ltxn8 M ton Ittstwcek Willinin Whiemoii un ill lately foreman at Showllee garaged S Ross Miss MattleAdnmr eldest dautshte r of AJ Adams of Kachariah hUll dnngerotirly III with pneumuniu the 1IItJt week At this writing lIiliI s1 mtiuii improved and is considered oil 1 Ipf danger Clyde Runifleld who hasbten freigh I agent for the L tt 1al Jaoksmi for everal weeks was hero last week yU lug his aunt lire G H Martin Hi left hero Saturday morning en routi to his home near Pomeroy phlo William find Clifford Jones Clmrle Cole Kelly Rnre and Ambrojo Beech of Ridgewuod Jiiikftlon went to Inca rlnh Sunday evening to attend chinch flue meeting tailed to materialist+ ant they ball n five mile tramp through tin roTn for nothing llonoflt of JIiiptlNt Church l1of Harris is one of time firmest im- periioimlors In time country lie vii I Vb hero on time might of December 10 at the court IIOIIM Gu mid hear him LOST One pale red cute about fire year 111M dehorned wearing a small bell She loft my place on Dumb lied Branch November 28th A sultablt re vard will be given fur her return o r information of her whereabout PRICK wnilTAKER Smith Branch Ky A satisfied customer IS the best ad verlisemcnt Our customers lid vor tine IU A P OnAwroitn k Co IOFltIClMJ KIOUKKS Attcnitniico at the St Louts world 0 Knlr Made Politic Louis Dec GTho official fig iurea for tho attendance at tho worlda fair were made public The total at tendance waR 18741073 and that o tho closing day Dec 1 203101 It capitulation April one day 187793 May 20 days 10013P1 Juno 20 days 2121833 July 27 days 2343557 Au gust 27 days 50SS743 September 2C days SC518736ctobur27 days 3CS2 329 November 20 days 2517450 December lllay 203101 Total 1S7 days 18741073 sectwlth8 Confession Cleveland 0 Dec 0 President ncclwlth and Cashier Spear pleads not guilty when arraigned b fore United States Commissioner Sterol and both wero bound over in tho sum of 10000 each ball being furnished In the district attorneys office Hook IrsIOberlln bonk He said Cashier Spoar find himself Indorsed three notes for Mrs Cbadwlck two 500000 notes an ono for 250000 Theao notoc Mr Rcckwlth said boro tho name of An drew Carnegie and ho believed slgnaturcB genuine Receiver Nathan Looser has taken charge of tho pre erty of Mrs Chndwlck who Is at th Holland House Now York Long Drought Broken Wheeling W Va Dec 3 Special dispatches from all sections of West Virginia stato that the drought has prevailed since August has bee ended by the coming of a light rain which Is likely to turn to snow The damage to the winter wheat crop Ills believed will bo enormous tho rain having come too late Pastures ads I will have to be rosown in tho West Virginia blue grass region Tho thus far Is not sufficient to give unless it continues several days mo t bofnYg up Four RTTleB IrTa Wreck Columbus Iml Doc 3While running 60 miles an hour northbound passenger train No 27 on the Pennsyl vania road ran Into a construction train about two mlles north of this city instantly trilling three men fatal Inlr passengers Tho dead Samuel Crow Jofforsonville passenger engineer Herman C Jones Columbus Ind brakeman E W Achenbaugb Indian apolls fireman cremated Calvin Pra thcr fireman Discovered Great Salt Lake Kansas City Dec 5Thl bones of Jim Brhlgcr famous scout and dis coverer of Great Salt Lake will bo brought from an obscuro grave on farm ten miles south of this city for Arseven be unveiled next Sunday Mrs Mary Lblghtle Brldgera granddaughter will unveil the monument A llfeslzoil bust of the old frontiersman and an Inscription of his greatest deeds will be Bcuipured upon the shaft Brutal Murder Charleston W Va Dec GA Stonccllff two miles above Thurmond Sam Miller nail an accomplice murdered Georgo Dane by beating out his brains with an iron bar Tho two mon then boarded a passing freight train and attempted to escape Millers ac complice was arrested and taken to jail at MInton but Miller is still at large It Is said the mptlve was robbery Dane having a small sum which tho guilty pair coveted Stonewall Jacksons Grandson Washington Dec 2To Congress man Llvlnpstono of Georgia and to Colonel J C Woodward president of the Georgia Military academy Presi dent Roosevelt Indicated his Intention to appoint Stonewall Jackson Christ- Ian a grandson of General Stonewall Jackson the Confederate chieftain as a cadet to the West Point Military academy Mrs Stonewall Jackson widow of the general Is a resident of Charlotte N 0- Trackless Trolley Line Berlin Dec GTho first trackless trolley street railway has begun oper atlon in Berlin antI Is apparently a success The vehicles resemble elec trio omnibuses but derive their power from an overhead trolley They have a speed of 10 miles au hour rbcyaro- cqulllpcdwltbl special typo of whC to prevent stoppagosby snow IIOMK UlfltNlib Mother und Two tlf llfr Children Ih Victims of FlrW Pittsburg Dec 6rltreR6clt Qt11toson and tighter Annie Perry wore forced t stand in the street and sea flue tea cdy The dead Mrs Rock Perry 36 harmer Perry 3 Charles Perry C The are Is thought to have been cause- by a spark from a coat etovO settle fire to tho carpet Which Mrs Perry wascleanIng with gasoline The first timing known about tho lire was wbei- flnmos wero aces Issuing from the 3 front door of the house Neighbors who watched tho fire from Its start said that never a sound or a moan li sued from flue house oti fire Tyners Official Career Washington Dee 0 General Jame y TJ Tyner 78 who died here attar protracted Illness caused by paralyeto was born In Indiana and was postman tor general during President Grants miminlstratlon Ills lest omclal duty was ns assistant attorney general for tho postoftlco department from wile office ho was removed last year an subsequently Indicted together Harrison J Barrett n nephew of hi eon 1n lnw on 11 charge of conspiracy In connection with the uso of maila by certain alleged get rlch quich con corns On this sharks lie was acquit atada member of congress from 1SC9 tn iS7G find postmaster general from 1S7C to 1SS2 He was assistant attorney general to the postofllco department from 1SS9 to 1893 Ministers Family Poisoned London Dec 0 A illspafch to a news agency from Lahore Punjab tits trait of British India says that wife and children of Dr Benjamin American Episcopal missionary hat 6 been poisoned with arsenic A native Christian schoolmaster who wins re ccntly reprimanded by Dr Benjamin Is charged with the crime In California- f Sacramento Cal Dec 1Th of canevassed with tho following result Roosevelt 205220 Parker 80391 Debs 29555 Swallow 7350 Rome volts plurality116032Masacred Greeks Salonica Dee GA Greek band on Dec 3 murdered 24 Bulgarians in lb village of Altos near Sorovltch order was IsSurd for tho mobilisation of 10 battalions of Monastlr redlfs 1IAitlEr ILEPJ1tVd- Graft and Mock Irei Kor flee i dlIgood to cbolce 1000 to 1200 ins IS 75e 4 60 fair to good MO to 1100 Ibs J 0oip 3761 emotes h lfrrm 13 503 75 cltoloe fatUtAls II 0035 choke fat OOWK l3 8303 35 clmtca to fancy milk cows and springers 140 000SO 011 Sheep and Lambs GoOlI to choice tombs IS 85J15 90 tale commond14 OifJI 3f Rood to choice mixed sheep 11 7504 21 fair to good 13 0003 i6 cuts chnllntewrs It 004f X Calvt leit 17 60 hogsYorkers M 70 mixed II 70 me 33eChicago Cattle Good to prime gteew 16 OOO7 25 your to medium 13 CO 05 75 stockers and foederi 12 0094 20 cows II 2iO4 00 heifer II 8GS IS canasta II 40e2 SS bulls 12090450 western Steen 13 6005 75 Sheep and SSonwestern sheep 13 COQ5 00 native lambs II ratio 15 western lambs 14 OOCC S9 Calves 13 OOOC CO Hogs Mixed and butchers U Sees 70 good to cliolea heavy It C04 70 rough hoavy It IOU 4 65 light 14 lOeN CO Wheat No 2 red It 1GH01 17H CornNo3 4 la Outs No 2 30n totsteers 14 4064 KO butcher cattle 14 40 06 00 fair togood 13 80JT4 40 Battery 13150390 fat oows2 1SQ3 is bull 12 4083 70 good to choice mllrri and springer 150 00 060 Ot Sheep and Lambs Jl1 to cholco yearlIngs 14 7571 35 wethew K 5005 00 mixed II 4004 7b Iewes 14 COT 1 SO spring lambs 15009 C73 Calves JJtat IS OOQ8 60 hogs 800Lroughs II 10O4 20 Btaff 13 23 60- rittaburjr Cattle Choice 15 coo- S 70 prime 15 2685 60 good Jl 7X6 5 10 tidy butchers II 26f I 66 Isle 13 75 C4 10 heifer 12 25e4 00 cows bulls and stag fl 083 50 fresh cows US 00 q 50 03 Sheep nnd Ijxmbi Prime weth ers II 40fl 60 Rood mixed II 1031 25 fair mixed II 00 lambs II 000 62V CalvlII16 0067 75 Hogs Prime heavy H s6e4 90 mediums 1 SOQ4 81 heavy Yorkers It 50 l 80 light Yorker II C0l 70 pigs X 1004 60 New York Cattle Native steers IS 2fitP5 75 tops 15 86 stags ana oxen 13 OOl 25 bulls U 35Q3 CO cows n IS 83 25 Sheep and Lambs SiROp 13 OOO 4 40 culls 12 50 lamb JDOOO 40 00a5 OOS choler light IS 10 Wheat No 2 red II 1514Q1 16 4 Cincinnati Whoat No 2 red 11 16 Ql 18 Com New ear 62o Outs No 2 mixed 32UC320 Hye No 2 SSc Lanl 17 to Hulk Slaatrf 17 00 Bacon- s 25 Hogs II C5OI 70 Cattlo II JJ O4 75 Sheep1 7694 00 Lambs IS 60O6 00 Boston Wool Ohio and Pennsyl unfits XX and above 35tf36o X 303tp No 1 ZS62Gc No2 353 c fine WAsh- ed delntne 36H37c 46o 05tTennessee Launched Philadelphia Dec 6The armored miser Tennessee was launched nt the William Cramp shipyards Gov ernment officials representatives of tho navy anti army from Washington hew York and this city and o party of TennesBecans headed by Governor J 13 Frazier an Ms staff attended tho launching Admiral Davis Accepts Washington Dec tTho president announced that Rear Admiral Charles H Davis had been offered nnd has accepted the appointment on the flogger bank court of Inquiry regarding the firing on tho British fishing fleet by tho Russian Battle sea squadron A Ploasant Pill No Pills in aa pUitsnnt and posit Ivo as DeWiUs Little Early Risers De Ulttg Early Risers are go mild and effective that children delicate Indies anti weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people any they are the best liver pills hold Sold by bL S Grain JiicWn Ky 0 K IHnlJl1nlng the Ijtpheat- price fur green and dry l desn tiuil- atherrroddce 1 1 Pccnllnf Fnrt amid Siiperittiivn bttwecuoi Btroud null Gloucester lu Qlouwstcr niuoqyew trees Although the has been rtontcil ninny llmcfe It U a peculiar fnct that It always rtloa A theohundredth tree lives nftw ItI planted the world will come to nu oral Xo Deception 1Miss Goodart I gave you tint ctMtr ter because you said you liodut lied anything to out since yesterday mam I lur Dull hero 1 catch you BOlng Utton j nalooii roar Willie Lady I said I hadnt anytblntr to eat but I didnt lay I I wanted anything to eat did 17Ibit I cttelphla Ledger CrllMJrl Tramp iIteously Please hflp1I cripple sir Old Ont handing him sotaa 1mUll Blc g me why of conr o you crlppKjl my poor flltl- Ifrl91P pocketing the tpouoylslnen IrGliijjow Times Boar prettyugoal points you could use him for a hat raeU Pennsylvania luuch howl An ounce of n maws own wit M worth n ton of other iwoploaiSte Bowaro of Counterfoils DeWitts U thin nitly gpiiuiim Wltoh llnzel Salve vvrltuK J I Tuckur nl dente Ala I hose used it in my family for Illp Cuts nml hums fur years and can recommend it to be time hci tSnlvoon till market wary fnin ntyelould kfoiilknijit is nil invuliitiblu houfohold remedy and eiiotilil nlwnye ba keiit un linndfor Iniintdintn use airsOlUllelGage M XtiriV Rttdt N YI says i I hud n fovor wire situ my inklts fur twelve jr nrii dint time ibwlow could not cure All the tllIlI1i niul blood rbnmllpH protml mrlhlMt 1 ttuuld not walk itt veer twin year Fliiiilly T was porttnmlinl to try DA xVlii4 VUoh llHxM Silvo which has completely nurpd mo 141 n wundfr hit relief Uti Vitts Witch llnzi4 Salve ciircj without leaving a sear Sold by MvS Grnln JaofeAnn Ky ahto S I Fletnnr for bargains in elocRH A Hue 8 tiny Intuit I ebwk fir ICO Others fell the same clock frt- 25O ctIIIHUle + JJ A ilulitp Ilntiltmii Do inodcnrrpoortlH ooutaln nnyilUnii to equal the follow hig tmiTlii thn pariah register or Uid Whit lllif9bn Derbyshire Thom R Adlitnn sot of Mr Arthur nml Mrv Jane Kulkelo was linpttrcil July 1 174I Godfathers Hl1wanlllolIs wq aroatJIrontrgrlt groatnncle Dr Charles Ahbtnn greet great groet tmcie Joseph ARhton gout sreatrrentureatunclo Gotlmotltera Mrs Wood greet greot grect great aunt Mrs Vainwrl hint KmUttTOfit grandmother Mrs Orcon crentcrnnd mother Registered at tho request of Joseph Afahton of Lnmloii gent who nominated the Kodfathcn and god mothers believing they are not to be paralleled In England hornets nit Vlr Killer Hornets or white faced wasps have no evil traits or obnoxious fen tutor It Is true that they will some times sling but this Is only whom they are attacked In their own homos or think their young are In danKer Tho great value of these insects U thnt lupy Rte entirely upon Insects mostly thee and in fuct when they are near dwell tugs their food U generally the lOW mon horsefly They are natures great est factors lu reducing this serious pest It Is well known that flies carry tllstnne germs such as those of ty phohl fever nUll It can thus be seen that hornets have a decidedly sanitary effect as a result of their desirable In scctlvorous habits Field and Stream Mothors Bo Careful of the health of yuurohlldreu Lookout fur GoiiiiiiH Ooltl Oruup and Vho Ing Cough Stop thrum In time Ono Minute Ooiifili Curt Is time hest Comedy Harmtnssand 1III9ant Sold by At S Oratn Jncksnn Kv TxtTc or Spurt f The young schoolgirl or student niay pof lbly seen overeager about hockey but wo nil know perfectly well tint not BO bug ago young men and love nlTnlrn wero tho prevailing subjects of the young girls thoughts No one sUrely Mill say that It Is not an Improvement to have healthy play Instead of sickly sentiment London Church Times Driven to Desperation lIvinp in an ant of list way jlnco ro mutt from civilizailnn a finally i + otters driven loileHperiilion In case of nrcf- tlrllt resulting in Hums aiKnWouiHU Ulcers tile lay Inn supply of HimU lens Arnica Snlv itithin host on earth 2re nt Jaikiiijn Drug On When in 11lUll 1111 stun with Hurl IIrU8Itpell llotul Frf9Tt Two Hplenilfd milch owe Vm H Iliieln TI134 WAXTHH tocm Ties on riser obovo this plnee Fur particular cull on or nddrc s mo nl InckSun ICy Utf MS CJIAM Coalnuc1 Tliiilicrlaiul Waiitod Wanted on hundred llioutanil cores JCuRftrnKentuckytali lB Wrltnl 0 E8n1nr T4pxington Ky A nice small Farm In Leo county for sale Tho Larkin Stumper placo on the hetof Boar Creek Nice dwelling g r BO cribs and barn never + failing water well fenced Price men liniiHtilu nnd tcriiin eai Fur nrHcu Faro apply to HAM JKTT i WlnclieaTer KT I f r a trx- DAY BROSI I u COMPANY= I Wholesale and Retail I have the most complete stock of GENERALr tn t MERCHANDISE 1 Ever brought to Jackson Consisting + of L Lz tjI i Ii NIfQfIr f5 Ii J r eJQf J qt Jh f I I 11fcutS fJ+ h71111ff T IJ0eS i I We have the idlest 1 J i no of shoos Ill East ern Kcntucky Our i inciis slioos nro all16 the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy nillinery GoodsThis Department is under the man agement of Miss Nettie Combs who J can show yout1 The Latest Style Hats t direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh MarketsIf l ori i FURNITURE Wo are the people you are looking forI we have it 1Cal loads to suitr every body = Jf f- Gome and see us our t 8lflllllllll1111111111111111111111111111 I I II I I I I IRI UII II II 1111 I III III I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW Prices Are AH Right i 1111111111 tlllllllllllIIIII1I1IIIIIIIII Innnuu i DAY BROS I r tt 4K00MPANYct1 tf4 C Jackson Kentuckt fot t r kr T rts Rc 7 Tlie Breathitt News IulillslKMl Evory frilny ry j II Local and Personal 4 fallings at Buy IJroa Co j I Talton K Calhoun of Steven H j son was hero on business last week t Tames Combs and C C Hall of Neil were here Monday buying Jgoods rJ L Mann has bought Lcwi Roberts farm on Quicksand creel for 000 Just received u nice linjj of Can dhtf NutB etc CIAURNUK HAIIOKN 11if Emma Clark has accepted R a position fly clop in S 1 Flecn y prs jewelry store J M Davidson who has been Hying near Whick for tho past vcarhai moved to Jackson 1 r lanscc1IMrs Sap Patton of Rousseau was hero last week tho guest of her daughter Mrs T II Sturtl- iV11 r Ki Cornell Jr who is clcrlcinji for John Wafts line gone to houso kctiping corner Main street an Lincoln avenue 11 P Howling editor of the 1 11irtrtl ICnlorprise IInsIcllthrouJ hero Ttllwday on his way home i from tho worU fair S J Wadkins and Jack How anl of Lambric were hero Wud ixisday They ate figuring on buying a farm just nlx vo hmo misnino Terry of Jolts Creole wire has been in I ho hospital nt IjCXlngtun for treatment o f blood poisoning is improving 1r If r aI l11e Ponton huts purchased rr tr the Pearl Strong farm near tho Hwuth of Troublesome for 1200 nml will moro to it soot I lo sold tlrhis farts at Whiok to Mm Vugntc u This is tho very last timo wo Jhnll take the trouble to inform 11e girls of this neighborhood that leap year is tlnlWinA to nn end and there will not bo another till they are older G rant Holliday was in Morgan t county several days last week i a time interest of his brotherinlaw Wilson Lykins who will ho deputy sheriff under Milt Pieratt who was nominated for sheriff latt l fcok J T Hack who inns been firing in this county nlxnit two years has moved back to his farm in Mcnifeo county where ho will engage in farming Mr flack was raised in this county and isn good citicn Wo are sorry to lose him hilt there is n probability that ho t will return ns most nil do that leave to our county The Democratic primary held in Morgan county last week resulted in tho following nominations for county offices Alex Whillakor r forcounty judge J P Hnnov for attorney Hluford Pierntt for 4clOlk Milton Pieratt for sheriff J Andrew Henry for jailer Miss siijierinIm assessor Miss Josephine Fletcher was time guest of honor at a delightful so cial function last Saturday evening I given by Misses Elizabeth and Evelyn Dickey at their homo on j Walnut street Elegant refresh ments were served and tho nmur was pronounced in all respects n teM delightful one Miss Fletcher re turned to Laxington the first of atIlunilton14 C llthiutna Miss Fletcher is a daughter of- F W Fletcher of this placo 1 k Un U L Ihkor pntor of tho + IFirst nl Is4ehl1lchnL Jackson lr told tho man ho would vT iovo with his family tai Pik villa i tho mst of January aril thai theI heloIeto erect n modern brick iOilofnn ciicr gctjc wideawnke man and will bo It vof great benefit to our city KQV TI r Tinkers fntnjly consists of his wifo Ii r ift f q t lJ r i J Mrs II L Tnkor Is visiting friends nt lleuttyvillo tills week Misses IIolHo niul Matlie Copo of Tnulbco rotiirncil last week front Oklahoma whoro they had boon visiting friends for tho past two months Tho residence Of Mtss Mary Irvine corner of Maul street and Lincoln avenue is ncarinfr comple toot under the management of L T Bolin the contractor Qtiosn Cha man who has been living in Clark county for somo time cm ouJlllIst week to sec his son llauins Chapman who is very ow with pneumonia foyer A special to time CourierJournal from Coviiitflon ICy says Suit for possession of lour tracts iijrKre rating 800 acres in limo Had Luuln it llrcathilt county was Bled in the United Sintas Court Monday by the administrator and heirs of thw Into Louis Taylor Tho de Pendants John Smith and Wesley yiiiger refuse to givo up posses lion thereof to plaintiffs CIirlHlmtis Tree Thoro will ho a Xmas tree nt tho Presbyterian church on Satur dry evening December 21th A programme of the exercises will be published in our n6xt issue tlinlgo Cooper lrirnl red Judge rohu K Cooper of Mi pnndd tic had been in ill health for some limn hut against the ml Vice of his family wont hero to assist in wane murder trials At last ac count ho was much letter For Jaminrj Torni Saturday lCcmhelljth next will bts tho last day for alto tiling of appeals before tilt Court of Ap peal for placo on tho docket for use January lOOfl term of that court Tho present term will adjourn about that time or early in the following week c1ITho Stale Prison Gmnnission hits granted a parole in tho disc of John Howard of Magomn county an iumatoof the State Xinitcntiary who was sort up November 6 1902 to SrO n sentence of ten years for manslaughter Ho shot and killed Fred P Sinner nt Sal yersville Ills Parole was unani mously recommended among the petitioners being former common lirJnContest oil KlccUon Case Tho Appellate Court will today Friday hear argument in tho contacted election case of Adams against Roberts from this district Tho ballot boxes in tho contest were taken to Frankfort this week and filed in tho oilico of tho clerk of tho court In tho lower court special judge Smith Hayes held that neither was entitled to tho office Adams having been elected but his county was taken out of tho district and placed in tho now Thirtyfirst district Judges Pryor and Haclrigg will makb argument for Roberts Caleb Powers Sets u Now Trial Tho court of appeals on last Tuesday reversed tho decision of tho Scott county circuit court in tho Caleb Powers case This is the third reversal of this case Tho reversal was based on three grounds First that the lower court refused to giro tho defend not time to file grounds for a now trial second because sentence was pronounced on tho sauna day th verdict was returned third1a cause of remarks of attorney T OCnmlbollor the prosecution referring to how tho jury arrived at a verdict in the Tames toward caseIn the first two trials Powers was sentenced to lifo imprisonment and in tho third trial ho was sentenced to hang Tho charge against him was complicity in tho murder of Senator Wm Goobcl in January 1DOO ADVI2IlTrsI3I LETTER L1ST Ljjitof unclaimed matter advertised by Daniel Hurst postmaster nt- JaeksouKy and sent to the dead let ter office at Washington DO for the week ending December 10 1001s Bryant Nnnnie Bryant Abo Ooopor Henry Combs Curtis Doan Oalvln FordU E Gillie Kate Hutchlns EIt3 Howard Mrs Liiln Lnlt John 3 Moore DlUard Maya John Martin Lillian Mnlijney Bruce Parker Kplly KnapierMlss Mary Iloberts L ila B Scrivener America mItUlNannJ OejJ WilllamsMra Mnry l v IrOllljCIllronUo to aeo DrugCoi lIon Mason Gopcvpf Simpson who line boon sick for some time is very low i J F Patton + postmaster ilL Lnmbric was horn on businisH Wwhioaday sludge WIL Hlftiiton ind T 11 IIclIOIl Woni yesterday t annoy to altuiul the Senatorial con vention which mtota thorn today A chancu on an ulvgnnt 10 piece UJnncr Slit given with each GO co it cash pure laeo I AOKION Jjjfo C- or f + 3 Charlie Scott the barber whu lots been sick for some lime hn l so far recovered aa to lye able to resume his work in the pOstoflice building W Sr lluggof IJoontville brother of Dr W P lloggJS attending tho law dopnrtmunt of the Lnivorsity of 3lichigan nt ulna Arbor Slich Prof II H Ilnrris of batty rifle will give his excellent enter tainment at the court house in Jackson for the benefit of tho BUll tist church on the night of Decem her 15 Jot Dyer who has been work ing in Francis barber shop on Broadway hrs rcaigiie4l his jtosi tion old accepted n similar one with Whit takers bnrbor shop in the Cmwford building Kdwin L Preston is nrrangiiijf for special Xmas services bqtli at Quicksand and Ilounshcll school houses on Sunday December 125 Services nl Iounahellat 10 n m and nt Quicksand at 2 p m Jampfi Cnudill of Slevcnaon was lucre Wednesday HP ns one Of tho trustees of school district No HO lips just had n good school house built in his district nnd rays it is one pf the host on Quiclwand crook Uritton Case Postponed Tho case of William Jiritton charged with tho murder of Jaiuos Oockrell has beun cotitintiod until January 3d nt Lexington Witnesses Suddenly Disappear Tho trial of tho case of Mrs J n Murcuin vs Alex nnd Jnmee HnrgtH IJ F French nUll Ed Cnl jnlmn was bogun yoitonlay nt Winchester When tho case was called Wednesday morning it wns discovered thnt Moses Feltnor JutlongnmlL1artO nGases for the plaintiff hind tlieap- prarOll Mrs Mnrcum filwl nn lit charging thnt the defend lints had caused theme to leave This suit was brought by Mrs Mnrcum and is for 100000 dam ngus nnd charges the defendants with conspiringwith cortnin per sons to havo her J II Mnrcum killed Mr Mnrcum was assassinated horn on Mny i 1508 Corn Hard to Excel Wo occasionally hoar it snid thnt Ur county is not u good farming country To any who are of that opinion wo invite them to como to our office nnd see the line specimens of corn raised this year by Georgo Fletcher nl the Si Bend on tho farm of 0 W Sowell near lime jnoulli of Froxon creek Thoso snmplos will com pare favorably with ntuywe saw nt tho worlds fair whore wo ear thousands of Bpeeimons Our soil is just as productive ns styamid if wo would devote our energies more to tho cultivation of goodens sections thoostandards JACKSON STUAY NOTICE This la to certify thnt on tho 22irJ day of Novenibur 1001 Ireon Shep herd of Ltimbrfc Ky appeared be fore me slating that ho had taken up Q stray littler alunit 1l yours 01 ORB worth about six fO CO dollars color rod with white on forehead and nhoul dor nnd with einnll crooked horn WUSHElMiKUD J IM C Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity Is constantly coining in declaring Dr IJiriRn Now Dldcoyory for Conaumpliun Coughs anJ Cools to bo nnequaled A recent expression from l J McKnrland BentorvllloVa serves as examine lie writes I hail bronchitis for three years nod doctored all the tints with out being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery anti a law bottles wholly cured me Equally enVolivn In curing + nil Lung OonaumpOanlneuntonla Jarkfon Drug Go Trial bottles free regular ilzes lJ9u1l1iHlOO 1 l ilail Orders For Anything in th- eJEWELERS LINE I receives prompt attention IH7 HOOKIIS- KV1YKS SPOONS null IOItltS HE IN TZT 13 W 1TER Opposite tho Fhuinix lluttl LEXINGTON KYISe deitz Your mail Orders No Moro Suffering If you are troubled with Indigentlm get a bottle of Kixlil Dycpepjiin Care und yen h Av quickly It will euro you Lleii A1homp4oitof SpunerIisay Hove Imd Dj 8M p iA for tw6Mtyyfnw My Case wan uliuuKt hopeless Kn1 Dyspepsia Or wns ivanunnfindcd uml IIIudn rut heulNsf It mill It is the inljr thing lit ii lies riM rd ute Would lint tit without ft lluve duetirud trill local phjvIelniM iiiil iiho nt UhlenC and even ioni to N may wlJi IhipP4 of gutting tfiuii relief bit K alit lJrpopKla Cure lit t11M only remedy thin hu dune nil tray gnultutu T huiirtlly ruoumuirml it livery person tulTijrlijg with ludigtiiiliin or Djrapep jila nhoiild use Ii Sld by M S Drain Tnuknn Kr Rhoomnklntr In the Illaok rare t Tlio Black forest of liwroany u ro thou fninolw for ccutmlua to hUIfItI of years liolilud thee preset nnt ID nctlinU ef Urine ami eoodntitiHC alts plo Industries Tilts fact Is Rtrlklngly exompllllcd in the primitive ways tile nitlvcfl follow in making loather mind sltofs AVlwu n former kills his beef lie takes the lisle to the local tnuu r who will keep It for two years before he considers It fit for the shoemaker When the hide Is leather the shooirwk er Is Informed of limo fact Then some morning tile shoemaker conies to the farmers house with his kit of tools and for the time being Is ono of tho family Every Kntrlnn nod every Johnmi Is mnrrheil before him awl measured nnd time work of mak lug shoes for1 the fnmjly begins It may tako n month more or low but he sticks to his job until every one In properly shod when he Is away to the next customer needing his services Shoo Itettller 1Vnrst of nil Kvporlcncivs Con nnj tliliiR be worse lliun to ferl that every ininula will be your Insl Suah Was tlin experience of Mrs S II NlWBon Decatur Ala For three years the writs I endured infuiITer able pain from indigestion Btomncli and bowel trouble Dtialli seemed in evitable lien dostoH and nil remrdlA railed AtlHiiRlh I was Induced to try Klectrlc Bitters and the result urns miraculous I Improved nt tins ajul now Im cnmplotelv reoiiVDrwi lInt Liver Kidney Stomach anti Bowel Troubles Electric Hitter Is the only medicine Only fiOc Its cunranlceil by Jackson Drug C- aSomething New Valuable Tours 7O FLORIDAvin 5ouU2ri I ailuay And j Queen LC Crescent Route Go One iVayReturn Another Winter tourist tickets gnarl Koine via Ailitvillc throujh I he Lind of the Sky and buautlfnl iiipphlro euunlry nod r turnliiB via Atliiula and ChilI tu nnnca or vice verse are now on salt al LOW UATKS The Florida TiniUed solid train n rain of finest Pulltnun Drawing Koiim Sleeper and vctlbtilrd cimclies with Dining Our delvice loaves LexiiiR tgn every morning via Queen lfi Ores haute miming through without change to Jacksonville vin OhulinnuogR nnd Southern Hnilvnv The Chicago and Florida Special beginning January Oth consisting ol Drawing Komn Sleepers Obgervaiion Oars etc will leave Ciiiilnnati every evening except Sunday rnnlllllJd through solid lo St n Oliaitannoca and Southern Hnllway with Dlnlns Our orvico qnroute ihrou jh rullmnn Sleepers to Jackegnnvillo from Olncinniiti ovary evening via Knoxville Afhevlllo timid fcnvaimh From Loulsvllo connection with all nf the abovo tnilnj Is tltnltnt Ioxing ton by trains of the Southern Hallway For Land of mime Sky book Win ter Homes folder rates schedules tir other utforum III Ion address O D Aiwa 0 1 luvoRRFonii A G P A Son Ity p I A Son Uv St Louis Mu Louisville Ky W O UlNRAtlfld- Vai AQ it Olluuie Oincinnatl Oc J- I JiTBElfED ClflD I AND SaUl ThiI1 For Sale Nino liundred and fifty acres lying Fn Koeltcnuilf CMIIHJ Kfiinicky nt rilI+ 1nrjcum Saute IHKII nml kiniliy lull nio t i nf ii liitsuell nmre than lijl acre level II Item nn the ridges pine and ak Unit rut any six mi to 80 inclir + Ill HIP tlOltiitIM nrd liiillunH it linn Bum whole link lijiiek oak hickory Illll 1IIr lCVMl KfMttlll Ullilf ak All h it SOI nin of it l14 out over 21 years ago hat lots of soid tim her In left that Is viilunlili1 now II ISM JUI ncretf Bare HIMH plop ink lipiJtluit oiik tllfunlit jioplnr cum and Mack mink with 90 to in cords of nn hark tin it A ciwl vein of 80 iuii r mtirc has IICHII fwiiiKl ni the ruilriutl Which run llirtinph till + Inliil ti fort under IIB gramiud in the boiuini Omul tiniiiliy criM s fniiiH nlmvu and IlIlnwI ii oat of 030 nitna fold sixty fif fGI nor IIIIH nl 40 news sold nJIshe per micro Will pimrnlupH mine linn feet or gad timber to be emit llii lnml JKo tfinbHi Is not nil ol tin I bust clns lint loK of first emus 8 ill lilT lIcit nil ph10Qnkand Miiilnr cnn b cut nlTof it Will sell thhl land fur fG 00H r acre and Woke n rfict tith to nine nls1nve n nxv null in ipern tiiui on this ImiiliiiKl lour mind noire HP1 ono WnKUll Avlilth I will snll Tur 11000 in connection With the Iniul My re irfH Ii r iCtltlU Is min BMSiiini of any lirnllli rtinl lihl m l1 Wile ollllrI lntbntlCtb take 8010 cmIt nid rive tlincou the bNliitiitf IhI4 H the JrrlnlI et ItiirRmJii ever utterwt in Itinl nntl nut noxious to sell ailull vr iiddn sj GEORGE W SETTLE 8 BEREA KY THE BREAD MAKER hiss tin fenrsof the rweultwhen using Alansfields Flour Its white nnd has thu natural afile and iluvur of tltn whuiU berry Makes better whiter honlt1ar broad llwji you have bean using beaaiue it Ii rolled from the boat tvliBut nnil mUle in time right wny on the best eqnlppeD roller lour 1IIIIlIIIIKentucky Leta 2Clbnckof HliSl 1ATKNT dr MOUNTAIN LILLY talk to you It will be mum oonvinciitK limn n bnrrul of WOrth Ask your grocer tOt It 11 C MANSFIELD C SOX ROSSLYN KY PRICES FOR LOWERQnlll oisWtreJ then say otter Needles Oil Repairs POZ ALL MAUl AT SINGERISTORB Need lee for fill iimko of ninaltjnos Do per pnilvngo Sotttlicast corner Main niul I5ron hvuy Jackson Ky FE riD ED orAmodtli uprttarscopjrujUU tW IN ALL COUNTRIES fitalmu rU rI1l11 HotUiglaa tmtt tint aoNy acJrfko tk fs1ei1 Patent and Infrlngemtnt Practtci xelutl ely Write or come to us al auk math Shed app ValUi SAto relent else WASI4INOTON D C I AVnntecl Ripe cano tops Will ray 200 per wagon load Corn oats amid CJihlmgo taken on subscriptions to tho News Cull nt this olliuo jmblnutlon Oinr Ity our liberal terms with thtTpub lisliers of other papers wo are able to furnish you two papers fur a little mere than tho price of one Wo eau you money on any pAper you v Ih- tIJlnlw We will furnish you Till nuEATiirrr COUNTY NEWS and of tho following Co ii nor u ii ruin Loiilsvillt Herald Chicago InterOcean Cincinnati Enquirer Lexington Loader iloiie and Fiirni or New York TrlbunoFariUBr Ono Year For Oiily 1 lUSI No ono should be wllliout a paper when lie can buy two of tho beat In the country for io IlUlenionOy I I i 2 47 isiisr s1 s9ie- Ill W Ill 1 Ill CHRiSTMASII1I IS COMiZG w elf AliHM WATCH ES 4 Ill n t tD ALL OVEP7 E OJt YOU WILL NEED SOME W 1g fliee presents for Your prei7dsg I lino of new and W Illr consisting of W rl r WtPill Novelties II f Ill TOutInbl Ilns Etc Ill Viv M NoillSM W Ifi JACKSON KENTUCKY ill F Itiii0OtLadies Fine Shoes p II v No Cut of Vamps in I Courtneys Shoes ehOR SALE BYS AP Crawford C Cog po 4 r Here We Are The Cslebrated HAN ANarho Best on Earth PRICE CI 5 OOPRIC E t For Sale By DAY BROSOOJao- ksoi AI Ke9ttjGky 111 11 Q rasWILaducrisoyin tttrI I ffireathitt County 7fews fa TJhc bost medium by which W fg to t roach all tho mountain trado VTjwico tho Circulation 01Imi any uanorWn ffiroathitt 0 + ti rr v- j1U BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THI AND ADJOINING STATES Breaking of a Cable Kill Three Miner KfurtUt Kngage Iu a Fnt- xFrayPardo Kollowi a KlreOtlirr- v Mention Huntlngtou W Va Dec LTho breaking of a cable at the Loop river mines In Tuloequon near Welch dashed three miners on the rocks 700 feet below and killed them Instantly Searching parties found the bodies of the victims crushed and mangled be yond recognition The names of the dead are John Winters Harry Wol burn Henry Clay colored The ac cldent caused a general cessation of work In the mines the 300 men em ployed refuting to work until after the burial of the dead The cable was ono that Is used for conveying coal from the mines to a chute and Is 1000 fee long The miners have been frequently riding In cable cars to and from the mines Lexington IColonelbias Gibson home here lie was an attorney hadIbeen prominent as an editor and on the staff of his brother GeneralI Randall Leo Gibson of the civil war He was the last surviv ing brother of the latter who won dis tinction as a member of the United States senate Until recent years Col onel Gibson had owned extensive plan tations in Louisiana maintaining a residence In New Orleans Shock Proved Fatal New York Dec 6 Theodore E Kohlasa a native of Kentucky bust sees representative in New York for two Louisville newspapers died at his home In Brooklyn Acute appendicitis aggravated by the shock of seeing 4 man killed by tailing from a girde- Tuesday afternoon on Nassau street caused his death He was an eyewit ness of the accident and after reach tag his office he collapsed Cooked to Death Maysvllle Ky Deo GIn a freight wreck la the Chesapeake and Ohio yards Fireman Dan Holderfleld was thrown against the boiler heal and held there by a pile o fcoal until he was literally cooked to death Engi neer Herbert Gregorys foot was held between the tender and boiler head until he was released by the amputation of his foot but he may die Thres engines were damaged West Virginias Vote Charleston W Va Dec GThe offi cial vote of West Virginia gives Roose vela 31765 plurality McKinleys plu rality four years ago was 21022 Total vote Roosevelt 132C08 Parker 100850 Swallow 4604 Debs 1574 Watson 039 Roosevelts majority over all 25241 With tour counties missing on the vote Tor governor Daw I sons plurality will be less than 9000 I r Fire and PanIcILouisville KYDec 5Loull1e Jon kins a negress was burned to death j and James Hellett and Lark Phillips firemen and two colored children were injured in a fire which destroyed a row of tenements In the western part ot the city Also 1000 employes of the American Tobacco company were thrown Into a panic by the rapid spread of the flames None injured Kentucky Compute Frankfort Ky Dec 6 Completo official returns of the national election held in Kentucky show the total vote cast 435765 The plurality for tho DemoCratic electors is 11893 The Democrats polled 217170 Republl cans 205277 Prohibitionists 6609 Socialists 3602 Populists 2511 So oat Labor 596 Serious Charge Morehead Ky Deo 3John Fraley has been arrested charged with com pllcity In the assassination of Sebran Profit who was shot from ambush 10 days ado Warrants have been Is sued for several other members of the Fraley family on the same charge I Kentucky Drouth Broken Lexington Ky Dec 5 A steady rain broke the longest drouth In cen tral Kentucky in half a century though It was not heavy enough to be effective The waterworks company publishes a notice to all farmers that they may get water tree of cost at the reservoir till the drouth Is over Italians Killed Memphis Tenn Dec 5 Michael Martini and his son Prank Martini two Italians have been shot and kill ed by a number of Slavs near Lam- Bert Miss The cause of the tragedy Is not known Mine Explosion Somerset Ky Dec 5 An explo don In the mines of the Stearnes Coal company 30 miles below here killed James Carter and injured several other miners two of them seriously rPlaning Mill Burned Clarksbur W Va Dec 2Tho planing mill and lumber plant of the A D Parr Lumber company was burn ed to tha ground The toss will reach 150000 with 30000 Insurance- A VII lt From Don Swift The Irish reformer Father Mathew used to tell of a remarkable visit made to his grandfather by Lehn Swift Mr Mathew lived near Dublin cud Invited the eccentric dean to dIne and Spend the night at bU house A large party of the neighboring gentry weir bidden to meet him The dean drove up to the house anil- lumuioulug the butler asked the nauiej of the guests Tell your master he shouted I droveaweyb lodge gates however he changed his mind returned alighted mud demand ed to be shown to his room When hU host came to him Swift said I nui willing to accept your hps vitality but 1 will nut meet your guestsHe was told that his meals should be served in his room as if lie were lit home lie remained thus Isolated for two days thou came down Iu high good humor Joined the party and ex tended hlsvjslt for our months 1iA WEEKS NEWS BUDGET WASShappening In the Various Quarters of the World Will Us Pound Iuly 1Chronicled In the Fewest 11 ortli In This Column TIIKSDAY Tho German bank at Buffalo closed Its doors following a run Engineer Samuel Yonoly crushed to death beneath engine at Alliance 0 Fire slightly damaged the borne of Vice Presidentelect Fairbanks at Washington President Moyer announces ho sees no reason why the Cripple Creek strike should be called oft KadlseR Klusoff and Alexleff tho assassins of General Strandmant wife received sentences at St Peters burg the first to life Imprisonment yearstThomas Clark son of a former coins ty sheriff Is under arrest at Rutledgd Tenn charged with the murder of Charles Mallcote whose sister Clark married two hours after the tragedy L G Van Celet called at the homo of Mrs Eva Wilkins at Grand Rapids Mich and finding another man alo calling upon her shot the woman through tho breast Instantly killing her He then shot himself dead MONDAY Senator Platt of New York an nounced that William It Willcox will be appointed postmaster at New York cityEdward Ih Gray 39 a civil engineer killed himself at New York because a woman with whom he lived refused to marry him- Explosion of natural gas wrecked tin home of Charles Pearce a grocer nt Columbus O and perhaps fatally in jured MM Pearce Fire which broke out In the store of dewrstroyed 13 structures Unersallst church Total loss 150 COOAt a Columbus 0 sanitarium Em ma L Gessart 40 of Ilosevllle N M jut a necktie around her throat and taking the ends In her hands strangled herself to death R 0 Woods secretary of the Lima 0 Home Savings association who was found guilty of embezzling over 25000 received a sentence of live years in tho pen PATURDAY National Farmers congress will meet next September In Columbus O Strelghton Adams 20 committed su icide at Danville O No reason given Failures this week in the United States were 245 against 331 the same Iweek last year cabinet resigned Disagree ment of tho ministers over bulldiua new railroads Blaze partially devoured tho grain mill of Andrew Flanagan Manayunk Pa Employes escaped Announced that New York finan tiers will organize a night and day safe and deposit company I President Roosevelt declines to in I terfere In the strike of Iron and steol workers at Youngstown O oliljeJtdied at her apartments at Chicago shortly after a stroke of apoplexy Moebus sentenced to three ICorradthe Ohio penitentiary for rob bing his brother Edwards hardware store at Hamilton O He Is the son of a prominent merchant Kill DAY Severe earthquake shocks felt at San Francisco General Porflro Diaz Inaugurated president of Mexico for the seventh time At Kleff Russia 20 persons lost their lives through drinking poisoned brandy Wells Fargo Express company re ports the disappearance of 15000 in gold from the San Francisco office Rev 11 D Folk of Nashville Tenn brother of Joseph W Folk governor elect of Missouri accepted a call to the Baptist church at Midway Ky Three firemen perished and a con slderable property loss Involved in a collision of freight trains near Oneula N Y on the Delaware Hudson railroadJohn B Bennett Rep who op posed James N Kehoe Dem for reelection in the Ninth Kentucky con gesslonal district awarded election certificate THURSDAY Drought In central Kentucky pro flounced tho worst In the history of the state In a fray at Edlnburg Ind John Hash 17 a hostler killed Jacob Moore a merchant Ur R C Palnkard a druggist of Washington D C committed suicide at Charlottesvlllo Va by swallowing acid Deapondcncy assigned as tho causeChairman Cortelyou of tho national Republican committee announced the appointment of General John M Wil son retired as chairman of the in augural committee VKDNKSDAY The offices of Price Adams Co brokers closed at Now York No statement Issued Madame Jananschek the famous actress died at New York Born in Prague Bohemia In 1830 Tho Earl of Hnrwlcke Albert Ed ward Philip Yorke 37 undersecretary of stato for India dlod suddenly In LondonFlames devoured tho hydraulic works owned by the Cliver Mining company at Norway Mich Loss 300000 The True Mrniilnir of Worry The generic anti much covering term of worry is often the name for n trouble the essential part of which Is the ilUIIculty ofmnking uji the mind Those who can rend between the lines discern also III many n case of suicide the same dlllleulty us the final muse which plunged a weak and distracted Intelligence Into the ultimate catastro pie Sooner than continue the struggle lIerllltxltle3 up Is overthrown nHojjethiT London Lancet General Schenck Lout Gnitir General Robert E Schcnck was a famous poker player Just n week before his deaths he sat around n table ti his own lioiisu with acuenil SchoUcId General Itucker and two United States senators It was n Joel pot Every body hail passed up to Schenck who promptly opened it for the limit One of the Kciwtom riiiKod tile peiicrnl cask oil buck mid the senator stayed liuc sirew ono curd Then the betting be gnu fast mud furious Finally the sea ator said Gencrul I have you beaten 1 thlnl 1 have n sure thing and I dont want to bet any more ir hey on this kind of n hand But I ilnnt think you have tnc beat en When I get enough of It 1 will quit So the merry war of chips reeou nienecd Then the senator renewed his proposition and offered to fatten the glnke by it wager of a dinner for the Jive gentlemen present ThU was nc tei tiHl Guneml Schenck had four iilmH Thu senator lad a strnlgM flush But the little dinner for the live never ensue ort Two days before use evening set for It General Soheuck died Much One Sliuultl but Illovrthe much dlscussitl questions lor the tiny on which there are inmost I Its nuusy oplulOIl as Individuals Is the iliuintlty of food one should wit Doe tors nil ugree that the mnjorlty of plO ple out too much gables tram the day of their birth are towel to eat tsar much and they grow till with this arti ficial nppetlte The most misolmble I estimate yet made Is probably that which fixes onetwentieth of the nvcr njie weight of the body us the average dully ininiitlty reijulreil If you weigh 140 pounds you should ionsume seven pouiidx of fowl This Includes drink as well ilK solid fool But It is ridicu hosts to set down u lianl and oat rule Such a quantity might kill souse nail there Is u case on record of n tuna wasting away on a diet of seven or eight pounds of food n day lie rut down hIs diet to threequarters of a pound of liquid anti the same of solid food and as a result he grew stout and lived to n ripe old age Sluiiifnc Lore For Game of Chance This Slaiueso are devoted to the holi tiny snaking and ceremonies mad pro cession which accompany the most Important anniversaries or Incidents of life deaths nnd religion and which cause nn Infinite amount of money to be squandered mid time lost They love games kiteflying a sort of shuttlecock football and fighting with cocks crickets beetles mud fish though It is to be surmised that till main attraction of these pursuits consists III the scrape thereby afforded for bolting nnd gambling which are the cardinal national vices A Siamese will stake money on anything Licensed gambling houses ex hIt In the titles and are n large source of Income to the government which farms out the monopoly A royal lot tery Is extensively patronized in Bang kok Iliicnen of Engraver Line In St Johns college Oxford Is pre served n portrait of Charles I in which toIJrace alone containing silt the book of Psalms with the creels nnd several forms of prayers I have IJIe11lIellll hides with Johnsons translation of the Hume for Burucys History of Music were executed by him Though consisting of Iii0 words they are com prided iu u circle half un inch in dl nuieter with u small space in the cell ter left blank iu Old Time Voyage When our first foreign minister ar ranged to go to London his was re quested by the captain of tile sailing vessel iu New York harbor to go aboard Immediately Haxtlly buying u sack of flour three hams and a bug of potatoes ho hurried on board ship to arrange with some stiller to cook uU meals not knowing but that they might sail at any lour Five weeks passed before the boat left the harbor After six weeks at sea the traveler at length beheld the outlines of the coast of old England SuccetM Magazine Out It Xlrululit A New York eiitluiHluHt lane u good collection of etchings ono of them be lag of the leaning tower of PIsl which hangs over his writ III desk For along time he noticed that It persisted In bunging crooked despite the fact Unit ho straightened It every morning At lust ho spoke to the maid asking her If she was renponslble for Its lop sided condition Why yes she said I have to hunt It crooked to make the tower hung straight Ira Crltlolmu Uncle Josh Thero was one of theta landscape painters around hero yester slimy Uncle Silas Well landscape painting ought to be a good healthy occupation It Jimmies a luau out of doors un gives him plenty of fresh air New York Press Very stIII1- Shl1l1l1oll his wedding tourl want rooms for myself mind wife Hotel ClerkSuit HuxbiindOf course she Is perfectly lovely the sweetest xlrl In the world Green Old Age Mabel Anil did your grandfather live to a green old age Jnck Well I should suy sal lIe was swindled three times after lie was seventy A mini of worth is like gold never nit of fashion Manu Suiiin Old lleuun What was It caused the downfall of the Trojans asked the man who line forgotten his classics It Was the same old story said the nan who was rending the sporting page They wouldnt let the horses ilone Washington Star Nollilnir to Ilruir Of BluffId have you know sir that IUI a self made snail Gruff Well Im sorry for you but keep It Hark amid dont think too much about It and per liupn youll set along nil right f a IAn Aitulu Illlnil Man man possessed 500 undo I feiiriiig that somebody might steal it he burled his treasure in a corner of his garden A neighbor sits him at his wink nod In time night stole his money The blind mull on discovering his loss anti suspecting hits neighbor went to I him nod said My Inllrmlty tenders me dlllldeiit mud few lire time person whom I can trust You are one iu those few nod I have come to tell you n secref nnd to ask your advice I tun time possessor of 1JOO In told I have hidden half of It In a place whleli I believe to be secure Do you thlflk 1 would do well to put the other half Iu the same Pln1ti Yes by all means replied his neighbor Were I In your place I would dothe saute There U no knowing what may happen If you keep your money In your house Hnvln given his advice thu thief hoping to get the rest of the blind mans money hastened to replace the half he had stolen anti thus the astute blind mums recovered hU property A Knit Hiiil u IFmun An English gentleman traveling souse years ago In Ireland took u ham mer and tacks along with him because he found dogs eared carpets at all the Inns where he rested At one of these Inns ho tucket down time carpet which usual was loose smear the door nodIlls afterward rang the bell for Isis dustier While tho carpet wits louse time door could nut be opened without a liar push no when the waiter came up he just unhitched the dour then going buck a couple of yuck he rush ed npilnst It nn his habit wan with u sudden Mprliig to forte It open limit the wrinkles at tho carpet were no longer there to stop It and sot meet lug with the expected resistance the waiter fell full length lute the room It hind never entered his head Unit RO munch trouble might be navel by mean of n hammer mil n dozen or even half n dozen tacks until his tall taught him that makeshift Is n very unprotltublu sort of shift A Cntly JrtIt was n jest purls and simple that brought about the war between Eng land and France In 1037 mud ultimately frost the great William hU life Wil liam of course was great In name senses then one Ho stout was he In fact by reason of hU Idle and luxurious life Unit he could not walk from l luco to place but hind to be carried One day Isis contemporary Philip of France delicately remarked at dinner that William was like n fillet of beet on casters and ought to be exhibited at a prize monarch slaw Naturally Wil liam heard of this mud In u furious rage ordered Ids troops to invade at once This was done and a war com menced which ended III the English king being thrown from his horse and killed white uuperlntfiidlnx the slego of Xante Adnptnlilp Woman It la always a mystery how wo change our figures our fares and our trait with every change of fashion lint there Is no denying time fact Unit wo melt do seem to accommodate them selves to Madame In Mole In this way One year they will be of the drooping languid Rossettlnn type another they will be completely Georgian Iu taco anti style nnd then hey presto rash ton waves her wand and every one Is magically transformed lute n sturdy square shouldered across country hooking person with n furs to match and u WorldIliutv Wlilltler Ilnlnril Some Money All Interesting story U told of tho poet Whittier showing Isis Ingenuity In getting subscriptions for n goat cause There were n number of ear tinge snakes In Ameslmry where he resided quit being once nimble to col lent cash In consequence of the pro vailing commercial depression he BUI gated that each might contribute sortie part of a carriage one the wlieei4e another tho holy etc Pluto nil the parts of n complete carriage were given and it was sold for the Miioniit required IlrrnUlnic It Gently You were n long time In the far corner of the conservatory last even lug suggested the mother What was going on Do you remember the occasion on which you became engaged to papn Inquired the daughter by way of re plyOf course I do Then It ought not to be necessary for you to ask any questions Thus gently the news was broken that they were to have n soninlaw Not llnnnlnir un Tick You Hcem to be very quiet till of n iidden said the clock key Yes Im all run down replied the duck Time Is money they any HO I guess I must be bankrupt That being the ruse replied the key Ill appoint myself receiver mind roceed to wind up your nfTnlrsChls- ago Xews bully Pleased Then NellSo their engagement Is off UtlIels She says he was too hard to please Xell Thats funny He must have changed since he proposed to her Exchange Luiifldentlal Do you love lIIe1 said the paper bag to the SUllIrIIm Just wrapped up In you replied the sugar You sweet thing murmured the paper hag Ilnupr Ethel How happy Gladys looks tonight Edyllie Yes she expects to have n dunce to accept Fred or turn down Charley and she doesnt care tvlileh Cincinnati Commercial Trlb mimiciislootn Colorado and Itutiirn VIII Chicago Union Pnclfin it Kurih Yeatern Unit Chicago to Denver Col irudo SprliiRsniid Pueblo dully liriHiglidiit the siinnnen Correspond difiiy rein rates 1I1I1I1IlllIlnS8 emit tniy one night to Denver from Milan JII and Oentrar Hlntes mind only two night enrotite from time Atiantl Seaboard Two f trains dairy N M Hreezn 135 Vine Street 4 Cincinnati Ohio i RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern R1 IOOAI Tla11PAILIE 3r Effective Oct laths TOOL West Mound No i Noj Rally Dully Bx Sunday It sunday A M- IvJnckjon I 65 126 OAK duunCon 029 280 Pptiirrvllle Jun 7i0 826 Torrent 747 347 Natural Utilise 801 401 Slitmnn 828 4130 flay Oily BU- 7UincheatP t39 923 510- lr LfXliiKlon 1010 b5- Last Bound No No4 dally hoar ea Sunday Ux SunJiy I1 M A M Lv Lexington 225 t11i Wlnnlirttur 810 8 M 0111 y Oily 3r 0 D13 Stanton 4 Od OM Natural bridge 45W 051 Torrent 4 J9 100S- lIpftttjvIHe Jun 511 1020 O A K Juno 011 1120- VrJnckiinn 015 1120- Nn 3 amid 4 ninko olo tt oonnrelloii for Gunnel City and jmlnU cm Olito A Kentucky Hallway Division dully e uepl thiuday Nos 1 mil 2 connect nt L B Junc- liuii with 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There is u IIh i yoniiK urqhiml of somethtiiK over 100 HpliiJreeH in lipurin elecied fruit null on or address me at Indian Fields Kj I W AUKN I have severnl huiulred ilotiln re iionled diirloi my Irlll olnlilep1s Ciiiinty Clerk Thw e urn viiluiilili In Ihs owiiirn of tlui Iniid and I would Im Kind fur them lo roll i nv the rtIK mid tuke theta tilt J Wide Il + gins flO CO Itc IV IIDIk IC A p l1ftWFOrtD JAMES B OPtiY A F CYOrV Lok beforer 2ou Purchase fSay did you know uo had time I icEi ciflp op QOODS ij youi J t i You eon spend monoy anywhere hut when It cornea down to now nptodnte right priced giltedged talus the tonstoiiier nnd pleasure to sell of niurclinndiso wo have its t i HOE Jl I L 1 All inndo to tit well und wour woll nohiy and drtxtayDud M1 uliiitpns others still old shop worn stnlF It is not 1 uHHible for any doilor in the country to oIlW hetlur gods ut thin jaino E price Ask any Indlu town whom to hay your Dress Goods and Notions t limo verdict ia unanimous kp Truly your 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