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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii BREATHIT1 COUNTY NEWSd11JWISE UAOINB Editor nnd Publisher A NXWSIAJEU DEVOTED 10t itIN1EItK9Ttt + 1sf 1iNTUCKY 1 ONE DOLLAE PER YIN ADVANOK 11 1 r u I IIVolume V Jackson Kentucky y Friday R Tanuary 2 3 I 1906 Number i4tfj 1 TRADE AT THE Star Store BIG BARGAIN CENTER FOR CLOTHINGcShoosFats LADIES DRESS GOODS Skirts Jackets Silk and Woolen Waists and Ladies Trimmed Hats r A Handsome Line of Ladies Furs Thank Cerptfs Vtfattinjt and Silk jflJ fj- Cine of ffotiont and a SooJ jftsoriment of LADIES AND GENTS UNDERWEAR Tho Latest Styles in one Shirts Wens and Hoys OvorconU nt Ilodueod Prieea An Elegant Lino of Childrens Clonks which wo are almost giving away Ileaso como and examine our stock and prfcoa Wo have ovurythiug usually kept in a Firstclass Department Store Wo can save you money Goods shown with pleasure Highest flarkct Price Paid for Produce and Furs FIRESTEIN EUSTER MIOPHIETOKS STAn STORE v College Avenu- eJACKSON vv J KY H Feathers and Quills Wanted buy all kinds of IWe Turkey and Hen Quills the year round Pay cash on arrival charge no commission or drayage Send for our price list We will treat you right Urlehtoa Station The P R Mitchell CO Cincinnati Ohio The MlHrtourl Tactile Railway Co St Louln Iron Mountain S HouUiorn Uullwuy Co Special round trip Ilomeseekerfl excursion tickets will b6 on sale first nnd third Tuesdays of Janu ary and February 1100 to vast territory in Missouri Kansas Col orado Arkansas New Mexico Old Mvxico also to all points in Texas Oklahoma and Indian ritory nt n rate of less than one faro for the round trip from St Louis Liberal stopover privo lagos Return limit of twitoty ono days also on sane dates will sell oneway second class colonists tickets to same territory at greatly reduced rates Avail yourself of this rare opportunityto visit the country now attracting tho attention of the Ilomeseeker and Investor For descriptive lit oraturo and further information add ruas 11 C Townsend G P T A St Louis Mo A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St lHn 0 W H Hendersonw Ayres Qtreet Opp Poet Offlae LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Oats end Corn Clover timothy Millet Kentucky BlueGrass Orchard Onus Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Feed Free llccllnlng Clmlr Cars The Southern lUllwny have Inaugurated free recllnlnfi clinlr car service between Louisville and Evansvllle on their fat through trains leaving Lou iftvlllu 780 n m aud 6 p 110 dallr and running solid to Evansvllle with out change Thlo line also operates free reclining chair carl on night trains from Lexington and Danville to St Loulsalso Pullman Sleeper through from Danville lo St Louis The Southern Railway U 23 miles the shortlist from Louisville to Evansville and 43 mites the shortest to St LUIII iyffCURE iMH1 N Fine Trains to Florida Vln South ern Railway and Queen Crescent Route Florida LlmltedlenvlnB Louli villa 8 am dally connects at Danville Ky with solid train or Pullman Sleepers and veittbuled coaches via Uhatanoogaand Atlanta arriving Jack ionle at 850 a in and St Augustine 10 am next day without change Dining carerve all meals enrouie rlorkla tiieclal leaving LouUvllle 7 MS p qt carries observation sleeper dally except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change vln Clmtanoopa and AlUntn arriving Jacksonville 860 p in and St Augus tine at 10 p m next day From Dan villa this U solid train of Drawing Room Sleepers Composlt car Obier vatlon car etc Dining car serves all meals enrouie Via the Land of th- eSkrPullman Sleeper leaves Louis ville 745 pm dally running through to Knoxville where connection is made vtO35n in with through deeper to Jacksonville via Ashevllle Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville 0 a m1VinterTourist Ticket good return linK until May 31st are now on sole at Rates Variable Tours going via Ashevllle and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Ohatanooga or vice versa For the Land ot true Sky and Winter Homes rather handsomely Illustrated booklets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Itv or 0 II Hungerford D P A Lwulsvlllo Ky G B Allen A O P A St Louis MoWOlUnpanollO rA Q 0 Route Cincinnati Special llomcflctUcrs flutes yin Southern Railway January 2nd and IGth and Feb ruary Oth and 20th tho Southern Railway will sell Jlomcscekers Tickets to tho West and Southwest at low rates The Southern Railway is the only lino operating through service from Lexington to St Louis If you contemplate a trip to tiny post West or Southwest be sure to call on or address us beforo making your arrangements All communications receive prompt attention II C King CT A J F Logan T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky o4c The Two Vanrevdls t I I By BOOTH TARKINGTON I f Author or The Centleman from Indiana and tMonaleur liaui I Ycs r Copyright 1002 by S S McClure Co rc i CHAPTER I T was long ago In the days when uWArBlKUrd whim they I toll In love when jiooplu dupe rI til by candle and lump maid illil dance too instead of solemnly gliding about In that mellow tlmo BO long ngo when tho young were roman tic and Humuicr Nviw rose nnd wineJold Curewo brought his lovely dnu homo from the convent to hearts of the youth of Rouen That was not a fur Journey only an afternoons drive through tho woods and by the river In an April long ago Miss Hettys ban cur tully strapped behind the great lumbering carriage her guitar on the front seat half burled under a mound of bouquets and oddly fthnpod little bundles farewell gifts of her comrades and tho good sisters In her left hand she clutched a small lace handkerchief with which sho now and then touched her eyes brimmed with I the paring from Sister Cecilia Sister Mary the old stone steps and nil the girls but for every time that she lifted the dainty kerchief to brush away tho edge of a tear she took a deep breath of the western woodland air suit smiled nt least twice for tho years of strict Inclosuro within St Marys I wnlU anti ntlll gardens were Mulshed and sane with and nt last the many colored world flashed nud danced In a mystery before her This mystery was I brilliant to tho convent girl because It contained men Sho was eager to be hold It- They rumbled Into town after sunset in the fair twilight tho dogs barking before them and every one would have boon surprised to know that Tom nnI revel Instead of Mr Crnlley fray was the drat to sw her Hy the merest nc iiflent Tom was strolling near tho Ca I reive place at the time and when tho I cnrrlugo swung Into time gales with Tulle and clink and clouds of dual nt the llnlsh It was not too soon lost be hind the shrubbery nud trees for Tom to catch something more than a gllmpso of a gray skirt behind n mound of flowers and of n charming face with I parted lips nnd dark eyes beneath tho scuttle of nn enormous bonnet It hnpI peUil perhaps It Is more accurn say that Tom thought It happened I that she was Just clearing away veil when ho turned to look She IlCrI ed suddenly so much was not to mlstakcnand the eyes that met Ills were remarkable for other reasons thani tho sheer loveliness of thorn In even In the one flash of them he caught they meant so many things atone time Hut above all these eyes were fully conscious of Tom Vourevel Without realizing what ho did Mr Vnurcvel stopped short lie had been swinging a walking stick which de scribing a brief arc remained poisedI halfway In Its descent was only that one glance between them and the carriage disappeared leaving a scent of spring lowers In the air The young man was left standing on tho woolen pavement In tho midst of a great loneliness yet enveloped In tho afterglow his soul roseate his being quavering bU expression like his cone Instantaneously arrested With such promptitude and finish was he disposed of that had Miss Cnrewo been aware of his name and tho condition wrought III him by the single stroke sho could have sought only time terso Richard of England for a like executive ability Oft with his head So much for Van revelShe had lifted a slender hand to the fluttering veil a hand In a white glovo with a smnll loco gauntlet at the wrist This gesture was tho final divinity of the radiant vision which remained with tho dazed young ran as he went down tho street and It may have been three quarters of an hour later when the background of the picture became viv id to hinta carefully dressed gentleman with heavy brows nUll ft handsome Well nose who sat fctltlly upright beside time girl his very brlitht eyes quite as conscious of the stricken pe destrian ns were hers vastly different however In this that they glittered nay almost bristled with hostility while every polished button of his bluo coat seemed to reflect their malignan cy and to dart little echoing shafts of venom nt Mr Vnicevel Tom was dismayed by tho acuteness of his perception that a man who does not speak to you has no right to have a daughter like the lady In the car tinge and thouioznent of this realiza tion occurring ns ho sat making u poor pretense to eijt his evening matt at the Itouon House he dropped his fork rat tllngiipou his plate and leaned back staring nt nothing a proceeding of which his table IhntP Sir William Cum mine the editor of the Itouon Jour nal bras too busy over his river bass to take note irave you heard whats new In i town naked Cuinmlugs presently j looking up No said Tom truthfully for he had seen what was new but not heard It Old Carowes brought his daughter home Funchon Bareaud was with her at St Marys until last year and Fnnchon says shes not only a great beauty but a great dear Ahl rejoined the other with master ly Indifference Dare say dare say No wonder youre not Interested qnlr Cummin cheerfully returning e Y I id the discussion of his ims vTion5il villain will take precious goodcare you dont come near her Mr qJol already possessed a profound to the same effect Ilobcrt Mellhao Carowo was known not only as the wealthiest citizen of IIndIants neither was a small distinction for Koucu was ranked In those easy days ns a wealthy town even as it was called an old town proud of its age end Its riches and bitter In Its politics of course The French had built a fort I there soon after La Salles last voyago and as Cralley Gray said had settled tho place and had then been settled themselves by the pioneer uillltla Aft er the Revolution Carolinians and Vir ginians bad como by way of Tennes see and Kentucky while tho adventur OIL countrymen from Connecticut traveling thither to sell remained to I buy nnd then sell when the country was in Its teen In course of time the llttlo trading post of tho northwest ter ritory bad grown to bo the leading cen ter of elegico and culture In the Ohio valley at least they said so In Rouen Robert Carewe was Rouens magnate commercially and socially und until an upstart young lawyer named YonI revel struck Into his power with a broadax politically The wharfs were Carewes tho warehouses that stood by the river and the line of packets which plied upon it were his Half the town was his and In Houcutlils meant that he was possessed of ttib middle Justice the high nnd tho 1owjllis mother was a Frenchwoman on 11 those days when to go abroad was a ponderous and venturesome undertaking tho fact that ho bad spent most of his youth in the French capital wrought a certain glamour about him for to the Amen can Paris was Europe aid ItIay shimmering ou tho far horizon of every Imagination a golden city Mr Carewe lived In an old fashioned house on the broad quiet shady street which bore his name There was a wide lawn in front shadowy under elm and locust trees and bounded by thick shrubberies A long garden fair with roses and hollyhocks lay outside the library windows an old time gar den with fine gravel paths nnd green arbors drowsed over in summer time by the bees while overhead tho locust rasped his rusty cadences the livelong day and a faraway sounding love note from the high branches brought to mind the line like an old refrain I The voice of the turtle was heard In the land I Between tile garden and the carriage gates there was a fountain where a bronze boy with the dropsy but not minding it lived in a perpetual bath from a green goblet held over his head Near by a stono sundial gleamed against a chimp of lilac bushes and ItI was upon this spot that tho white ten Introduced Thomas Vanrcvel to Miss Carowe I Upon tho morning after her arrival having finished her pianoforte practice touched her harp twice and nrpeggloed the Spanish Fandango on her guitar Miss Betty read two paragraphs of Gilbert for she was profoundly determined to pursue her tasks with dll igence but the open windows Ills closing a world all sunshine nnd green leaves she throw the book aside with a good conscience and danced out to the garden There coming upon a fuzzy white ball rolling into Itself spirally on a lazy pathway she pounc ed at It whereupon the thing uncurledi with lightning swiftness more like a streak than a kitten down the drive through the open gates and Into tho street Miss Betty In full cry Across the way there chanced to be strolling a young lady in blur ac compnnled by a gentleman whose leisurely gait gave no indication of time maneuvering he had done to hasten their walk Into Its present direction lie was apparently thirty or thirtyone tall very straight dark smooth shaved his eyes keen drop set and thoughtfulI and his high white hat I cravat and careful collar were evidence of an elaboration of toilet somewhat unusual In Rouen for tho morning Also tie was carrying a pair of white gloves In his hand and dangled a slen der ebony cane from his wrist The flying kitten headed toward the couple when with a celerity only to be ac counted for on tho theory that his eye had been fixed on tho Carewo gateway for some time previous to this sudden apparition the gentleman leaped in front x f the fugitive The kitten attempted a dodge to pass the gentleman was there before It The kitten feinted the gentleman was al together too much on the spot Imme dlatcly and Just as Mlsd Carewe flushed and glowing ran into the street tho small nnranldoubledfevnded Miss Bet tys frantic clutch reentered the gate way nnd attempted a disappearance Into tho lilac bushes Instead of going round them only to find Itself for A fatal two seconds In difficulties with the close setthicket of stems In rogardjtothe extraordinary agility of which pursuing gentleman was capable ita enough to say that t caught the cat He emerged from tbeIlilacs holding It In ono band his and white hat In the other and ed himself before ilea Dctt1 with a a lueatblc +suess not entirely nUrl1JiitiitMt Jo his exertions For a moment ns she come running 11aSlduglocktion and haste he stammered A thrill nothing less than delirious sent tho blood up behind Ida brown cheeks for he saw that she too knew that this wns the second time their eyes had met He could not speak at once but when he could Ietnilt me madam ho said solemnly offering the captive to restore your kitten Any agitated kitten should not be de tained by clasping Its waist and al ready the conqueror was paying for his victory There ensued n final out rageous squirm of despair Two fran tic claws extended drew ono long red mark across time strangers wrist and another down the back of his hand to the knuckles They were good hearty scratches nnd the blood followed the artists lines rapidly but of this the young man took no note for he knew that he was about to hear Miss Ca rowes voice for the first time They say the best way to hold them he observed Is by the scruff of the neck- Beholding his wounds suffered in her cause she gave a pltylug cry that made his heart leap with the richness unit sweetness of it Catching the kitten train him she dropped It to the ground in such wise as to prove na tures foresight most kind In cushion ing the feet of cats Ah I didnt want It that much A cat In the hand is worth two nightingales In the bush ho said bold ly and laughed I would shed more blood than that Miss Betty blushed like a southern dawn and started back from him From the convent but yesterday nnd she had taken a mans hand in both others I It was to this tableau that the lady in bluo entered following the hunt through the gates where she stopped with a discomposed countenance At once however she advanced and with n cry of greeting enveloped Miss Bet ty In a brief embrace to the relief of the tatters confusion It was Function Bareaud now two years emancipated from St Marys and far gone In taf eta With her lusterful Ilsht hair absent bluo eyes nnd her gentle voice as small and pretty as her face and figure It was not too difficult to Justify Crallry Grays characterization other as one of those winsome baggages who had wade an nlr of feminine helpless flees the fashion of the day Im so gladglad exclaimed Bet ty You wore Just coming to see me werent you My father Is In the lit brnry Let me Miss Bareaud drew back No no she Interrupted hastily and with evi dent perturbation 1wo must be on our WilY Immediately She threw a glance at the gentleman which let him know that she now comprehended his gloves and why their stroll had trend ed toward Curewe street Come at once she commanded him quickly in an undertone But now that youre here said Miss Betty wondering very much why ho was not presented to her wont you wait and let me gather a nosegay for you Our pansIesrtiVi violets I could help the gentleman sug gested with the look of n lame dog at Miss Bareaud I have been consid ered useful about a garden Fool Betty did not hear the word that came from Miss Bareauds closed teeth though she was mightily sur prised at the visible agitation of her schoolmate for the latters face was pale and excited And Miss Carewes amazement was complete when Ian chon without more words cavalierly 1 didnt want it that much I seized the gentlemans arm and moved toward tho street with him ns rapidly as his perceptible reluctance to leave permitted But at the gate Miss Ba reaud turned and called back over her shoulder as if remembering tho neces slty of offering an excuse for so re markable Ofproccedlng I shall como again very soon Just now we are upon an errand of great importance Good day Miss Betty waved her hand staring after them her eyes large with wonder Sho compressed her lips tightly Errand This was the friend of childhoods happy hour and they had not met in two years Errand She ran to the hedge along the top of which a high white hat was now seen perambulating She pressed down a loose branch and called in a tender voice to tho stranger whom Fanchon had chosen should remain nameless Bo suro to put some salvo oVyonr band U9JJ11ItQa ow which lustJmlMed i beIng too low but dldTIHSnt It Is there already he said and losing his courage after tho bow mode his speech with so palpable a gasp be tote tbo last word that the dullest person In the world could have seen that lie meant It Miss Betty disappeared There was a rigidity of expression about the gentle mouth of Fanchon Barcaud which her companion did not enjoy n9 they went on their way each preserving an uneasy silence until at her own door she turned sharply upon him Tom Vnnrercl I thought you were tho steadiest and now youve proved yourself the craziestsoul in Rouen she burst out And I couldnt worseWhy I you present nie to her asked Vanrevcl yourishotgun In tho presence of ladles Poob I Pooh I mimicked Miss Barcaud You can pooh as much ns you like but if ho had seen us from the win dow She covered her face with her hands for a moment then dropped tbcm and smiled upon him I under stand perfectly to what I owe the pleasure of a stroll with you this morning and your casual Insistence on the shadiness of Carewe street He laugh ed nervously but hor smile vanished nnd she continued Keep away Tom She Is beautiful nnd at St Marys I always thought she had spirit and wit too I only hope Cralley wont see her before the weddingI But it isnt sate for you Go along now and ask Cral ley please to come nt 3 this afternoon This message from Mr Grays be trothed was not all the HI starred Tom conveyed to his friend Mr Vanrcvel was ordinarily esteemed a person of great reserve and discretion nevertheless there was one man to whom he told everything and from whom he had no secrets He spent the noon hour in feeble attempts to describe to Cral Icy Gray the outward appearance of Miss Elizabeth Carewe how she ran like a young DlJtia what ono felt upon bearing her voice and ho presented in himself an example exhibiting something of the cost of looking in her Pcs Ills conversation was more or leAj Incoherent but the effect of It wartfUm plete fro DE croTrroralj TIlE 1i0U1tNEItS Written for The News theprphnnAs agoHereIf I could but call dear mother As I have in days of yore x But youve tfonib from me forever I can nevef dritrio I can call btojwill you hear me As OU o inlfeJcnWhile Im so Idfnely wailed tin mother As she clasped her babe so dear woltllgerButWhen tfel hear tho lost glad summons 7 Calling us Come live abovV There well meet with papa dart gAndpatingsThere dnessThereI am lonely cried the sister 1Your1 waylie it brought Not of pleasure did ho write ilmInHAh dear I nm tl ng And my soul will bo with dt restingUuderneath sod I am lonelmonned his sweet heart When to her the news was told darlingII will sail the icy waters I will plow the foaming ceprTill I reach tho faroil country asleepIJust to show my love is tJqb At his head this rose of yefloWj At his feet this violet EE0 NOTICE We IIIe moved to the + now store built by S E Pat a on Broadway next door John Watts Nicest own Rare bargains and como for everybody llnCOil the place and jlont Yours truly v 1214 NOIIIE NfJ1t 14IFv I CINCINNATI MARKET CINCINNATI Jan 23Hogsac- tives butchers and shippers 5 7005 721 common 4 50 4 55 Cattle steady fair to good shippers 3 904 7 common 2 002 05 Sheep steady 8 505 25 Lambs easy 4 50 7J5jtJ I PUBLIC SALE 1 I willat one oclock at the r court house steps on Monday1 t lFebruary 19th 1906 county court day offer at public sale totMhighest bidder my farm contaft lug one hundred and thirty two t acres of land lying one and onehalf- miles t south of Mt Sterling with Levee turnpike dividing same in to two tracts of 87 and 45 acres Ieach I shall offer first the 45 acres with two ponds anda pair 4tof stock scales on the east side of pike then the 87 acres of well imp Jart a proved land all modern and n cesIo tsary conveniences splendidm tl 1 house cemented in and outside J kitchen door new stock barn andtsplendid young orchard of GveV ti n kinds of fruit This is one of the ttbest located and best watered farms in the Statewatered by seven fsprings I will then offer farm as lr a whole the highest bid being taken 1 Terms Onethird cash and bal t ance in one nnd two years from A date of sale deferred pnyme 4 w c i bear 6 per cent per annum mterJ 1 est and to be secured by a lierfraj ijchnsers much cash as they desire v B F Chenault t r1215 nt Sterling Ky1 THE 1906 World Almanacr t and Encyclopedia IS ON SALE ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES It is a volume of nearly seven hundred pages and sells for 25c Sent by mail for 85c tA Reference Book of unusual 4fmlnsins f I onrJoro i4 presents over 10000 facts such as arise daily for answering 1 Election statistics agricultural financial educationalrailroads shipping etc etc through all the list of topics where new fare most valuable 84columns of index Send for this Standard Araer tWOULDYork City J- lOtmllOmrAltfar eU trnt a f1HUW Ite gg lorida INew Orleans Cuba tlreached jn comfort UVia JRDUTEAND SOUTHERN R I UITHREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida SedaI tt t la Scrrlie lucuj Ilk IJM Solid PuIlratnTraJ- nItY CINCINNATI 035 P X 1 LEXINGTON llrtO P M iiiNvim i2i o A xDining and OMtmtlon Can tat =toniUlo and fit AESTCttao vU 3U Ifnoon Dd AUn1tt Florida Limited rt r 1 Solid Trell1iEar CINCINNATI 530 1LXXINOTON JoN ZDANVILLE IIDo Day Coehea ihdmmut sine At ir- vatlon and Olnlnr ears for JackaonTiil BtAmnimlnerartportandN rOriani Via Chat tannersAtlanta and Qmttm tCrtictat Special Sand Vain CnictanaU Lutafton Daa tale to Nit Orleana TlaCnaitanooA and BlralBinam auo thrown fallvaa vfUaqeayaenah MnandW tP A1 isae Co Pot totrIIA 1 Ji if Breatliitt News PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J 1VISIa HAG SJEDITOS Y 1a WyFL tt E NOR A U PATTONi r mEw d PATTON- r r I JAOKSON LAWYERS KENTUOKY J sa asEsEssas2s rnI rnIn w I m OPPICB HOURS 8 A MT04 P nID rn IN 1UIIOI8 BUILDING m t m JACKSON KENTUCKV I HS5E5ESE5HSE5HSHSE5E5S L q FHIDAY JAN 26 CORRESPONDENCE k BOOTIIr and Mrs Thomas Boot- hspent I Sunday at Daniel Carrolls Edward the little son of J D Carroll is very ill with pneumonia t fever nItasrAnna Spencer of Torrent I was cislhingn this part last week p The sof A at tIns placer9- rare progrossin nicely May they JoontinucTtb do so Several young people from this part attended church at Fincastlo Sunday Among them were Misses Mary Whistnan and Vilan Boothe and B C AloxandejffSmjf W Napier CLAY 1lrBorn on to Mr- and Mrs Ethen Allen a girl t Little Serena Belle daughter of Mr and Mrs George Combs is very sick Miss Amanda Davis visited her father O II Davis last Saturday and Sunday j D L Allen S M Napier an Mizo Landrum went to Jackso- I Monday on business I S P Ashford is visiting IJncle Ab Russell this week and fishing lIe is a great fisherman and an old Rebel soldier jE W and Ike Combs are talk ing of moving to Oklahoma in a short whileT would regret very much to see them go as they are soma of our best citizens Austin Combs and Miss Stella Combs were married last Friday at the residence of the brides mother Mrs Ambrose Watts We wish them many happy days lK E C Landrum went to Jackson Monday to be voted on by thei Free Masons He says ho dqh know whether he can ride th billy goat or not as ho is no I much of a rider BOONE ILLE Old Uncle Harden Brandenburg is critically ill at his home on Fish Creek with a compication of dis eases Mrs Sam Callahan and son and oiuiro Allen of Canoe passed- through on their return from th sick bed of her father Sylvester Evans of Jackson county R W Becknells little child about two years old received a datigerous burn recently from the overturning of n pot of boiling coffee scalding its neck and breast The contestees have completed their taking of depositions in the trio of llice against Neely for th oUico of sheriff of this county an tlitftase will by agreement go to tlib court for submission during th present January term lastMondaBeattyville in the chair the rcgu larjudge II Cook Faulkner being absent at Frankfort attempt ing to aid in the formation of a imw judicial district for south east Kentucky He claims he is over worked in his present district composed of the counties of Knox Laurel Clay Leslie Jackson and Owsley Ve see the committee hasreporteda regular shoestring I district already reaching from the bluegrass region to Big Stone Gnp Va composed of the coun ties of Owsley Leslie Perry and Letchor every mile over which Would have to be traveled by horseback and a good horse too if he goes over it This judicial district is almost as lengthy as the famous 11th Congressional district and about as strong Republican So much for Kentucky statesmanship in the Kentucky Legislature YALLEK BIUTOHES ROUSSEAU Floyd Back of Stevenson while squirrel hunting found a bee tree t Squire G P Back held his first court lost week He disposedof several cases neineighborhoodre aw administration They think i Jipjes will bo better hereafter r1 + Y XUD The threeyearold daughter of Peter Ncaco is very ill G B Combs and Edward Turner Ire partners in the tie industry John IL Combs school is nearI ng a close Success has been our escort throughout tho term John II Combs G B Combs and Ned Turner made a business trip to Lexington lost week James Neuces little girl Rosa Belle has recovered from a bad case of sickness and is ablo to attend schoolngain Fortune seems almost in the grasp of tho citizens of Lost Creek by reason of the pending develop ment of their mineralresources COPE intANCll R S Bryant of Oakdale has been visiting Bud Roberts of Turkey II C Bryant of Oakdale who has been sick for sortie time is able to be out again Granville Jett has been quite sick for some time and Miss Mina Bryant of Oakdale who has been very ill for some time is better Marriages Breck Wadkins of Oakdale and Miss Desha Coldiron of War Creek were married at Keene Crawfords last Saturday night James Vires of Oakdale and Miss Rhoda Dunaway of Lee county were married lost week Ben Elkins of Cane Creek and Miss Anna Weston of Oak dale were married at the brides home on the 18th inst Robert Terry of War Creek and Miss Barrett a daughter of Pea Bar rett of Lick Branch were mar ried last week Take advantage of our subscrip Ition offers today TASTER Commissioners Sale Breathitt Circuit Court F W Fletcher Plaintiff- vs Notice of Sale A D Jackson Defendant Jfr virtue of a judgment an ordr of sale of the Breathitt Cir cuiKtourt made and entered in regun e sum of 12500 with interest from the 23d day of February 1005 and S16 CO costs therein expended I shall proceed to offer fo sale at the front door of tho Court House in Jackson Breathitt coun ty Kentucky on Monday February Igo6 itrbeing the first day of the regu lar February term of the Brcathitt Circuit Court between the hou of ll clock a m and 2 pm the following described real i d being in Brcatliitt countyIK on UK soul fork of Qui nd Creek andended and de bed as fol oatk s s non linte v m same to the li t of He IIolltv thence up th- and 1 to the to ho ridge with the ridge to ft liigh knob at the back of Ben Alilldrs field the point to high t1JCnrdown of big field hot down the point endof the barn lot thence down the creek as it semt to satisfy the above Ipamefl judgment and Sost of this sale Said projiortjywiir be sold ntfyublic auction to thvst highest and best bidder on ttjjrodlt of ci months and the purchaser will b required to give or pur chase money with approved se curity bearing interest from date of 3wa and having the force and andda d poreprice complytAmount of debt125Int- erest 00 to day of sale 7 50 Costof suit 16 CO Commissioners cost 7 50 Costof printing 1- 2Totalamount168 00 60 S J W CARDWELL M C B C C 4 7 K tt rASTERC- OMM1SSIONL3RS SALE reahitt Circuit Court Marcum Administratrix Abl Plaintiff j Notice of Sale gJAdmi istrator rt c i Defendants By too of a judgment and orde f sale of the Breathitt Circuit rt made and entered in tlroa eve styledcause abits regu lar Ober term 1905 for the sum of 300 00 with interest thereon from the Cth day of October 1902 until paid and 835 00 costs therein expended J Mall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Jackson Breathitt county Ky on Moritmy + February 19 06 reguIlarCircuit Court between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 2 oclock I 1 1 mtIhe following describctl real property lying and beinjr m Brcatl Ut county Ky on 1 ozcn Creei hid bounded end dcscfribcd IlS fol s Beginning at n pruce pino nndxbeechat the mt nth of the town at Wm Strongs beginning corner just bellhv said Wm Strongs house who he resided October 18 197 tlcnce up the hill in a northeast a straight lino curse Copes line to tho main dividing ridge between Frozen and Quicksand thence around tho head of Meet inc Houso branch on the top of the ride e it being the back line of the said Laura Sowcll convoyed to her by James Strong and the same conveyed to him by Lillie Combs then with said William Strongs line to the beginning sons to include all the lunch on the loft hand fork of the Meeting Mouse branch containing 300 acres more or less or so much thereof as will bo necessary to satisfy the above named debt interest and costs Said property will bo sold at public auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months and the pur chaser will bo required to give bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing interest from the day of sale and having tho force and effect of a replevin bond and a lien will be reserved in said bond for tho full payment of tho pirclmsa price and interest Bidders must be pre pared to comply prompily with these terms Amount of dcbt300 00 Amount of interest 60 75 Amount of cost 35 00 Commissioners cost 7 li Cost of printing 13 00 Total amount S41C 25 J W CARDWELL MCBCC I master Commissto ers Sale BREATHITT CIRCUIT COURT Abrelia Marcum Guardian- vs Plaintiff Nellie Flannery c Defendant Petition in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Breathitt Cir inI ular October term 1905 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Jackson Breathitt County entuokon Monday Fclmnry 19 00 ragaritt Circuit Court between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m the following described real property lying and being in onItas markedk B on cum fork of Howards Creeka tributary of the north fork of the Kentucky river about 800 feet above the forts of the said creek on the lino of the iands of Lee worn feet to a chestnut S W 731 feet t6 two small sourwoods on a point corner to tho land of John Davidson thence with said David sons line S 17 15 W 232 feet to n black oak S 04 16 w 176 feet to n stake n 87 30 w 203 foot to stake n 56 w 180 feet to a chest nut s 74 30 w 382 feet to n sour woodn 74 15 w 22 feot to n ma pie s 72 45 w 259 feet to a toS71 feet to a small dogwoods 60 30 w 198 feet to a black lacks 11 15 w 190 feet to a chestnut oakand small hickory s 845 e 206 feet t lenteing tho land of said Davidson ant with tho land of Arrowood s 5t1 w 200 feet to n chestnut oak 57 30 w 150 feet to n cross on n rock s 59 w 208 foot to a stoke s 49 15 w 141 feot to n chestnut s 62 w 216 feet ton largo black oak with old marks s 59 45 w 109 feet to a chestnut s 63 w 272 feet to a chestnut oak s 54 30 w 264 feet to a stake s 78 45 w 206 feet to chestnut oalen 81 30 w 295 fee to a black oak n 70 w 296 feet to n chestnut stump n 60 30 w 76 feet to n double chestnut oaks 68 80 w 654 foot to a stake s 71 w 322 feet to a cross on tv rook near a small hickory s 80 w 230 feet to a chestnut oak corner to the land of J R Newton Arrowoodand with his line leaving the line of Jasper Arrowood 76 15 w 258 feet to n stake n 42 15 w 163 f to a stake n 51 w 166 feet to hickory and double chestnut n 72 45 w 179 feet to a stake on a knob 133feetto a staKe n 55 30 w 100 foot to n stake n 59 30 w54 feet to a double hicKory n 52 51 w 183 feet to a staKe n 51 w 137 feet to ft stake under Hailers rock n 41 50 w to two poplars under Nailers rocks Benjamin1fcIntosh ing the lino of J It Newton Ar royood n 133 w 95 feet to a locusts n J7J 244 feet to u hicK- ory n 53 w 21SCl1t to ft dea4 pine n 79 15 w 110 foot to a chestnut n 67 45 w 208 foot to a pine s 85 50 w 104 feet to a staKe n 84 30 w 105 feet to a small sourwood n 78 05 w SOB feet to a small hicKory s 79 30 w 97 feet to a hicKory n 84 w 128 feet to ft staicc n 74 50 w 238 4 feet to a white oak corner to land of Leo Combs and with his line leaving the land of Ben McIntosh n 24 15 o 251 feet to a hiclc ory n 145 o 2Q2 feet to n stake M 315 e 101 feet to a sinken 17 45 e IH fief to n piue by n largo rock i n 20 e lOll fen to ii Ihrge blank jack i n 3r 45 e 101 feet to n maple on n large rock s n 15 15 w 807 fet toa stake i i 13 wJ07 rest to two ptnesn 23 45 100 feet ton staken 17 45 e 103 feel to a slake by K flat ruck in 20 30 e 400 Vet ton Fluke i n 0 e 141 fret to a ilientnut oak corner to hind of Alfred ollnn and on his line leaving the line of Lee Ounibs R 85 e 142 f set to n tnlnuii S215e 120 feet to a stake n SO HO o 101 fet to n pine n 75 e 250 eel to n stake n 50 o 210 feet to n pine tad cliestniitt n J33 o 202 feeL to n mnnll licUiirj i H orfso e 181 foot to n stake n 65 15 e If feet tp black jack ill 51 30 e 1JJ3 ffefto hinge chestnut oak 108 Q M feet to i stake i n 74 H 185 Bret to A stake n 80 e 135 feet to n take t S3 e 112 feet to a small chest iiit oak s 77e 168 poles to n black J ftrik i ti 03 30 e 209 pules to n chestnut X5is r tU fret to n chestnut oak i n 51 30 e 107 feet to a cross on a rock i n 50 30 e 00 feet to n cliestnut under a large rook n X980 e 01 feet to n pine i- II 07 e 100 fedt to a stake n 20 30 e 128 feet to a stake n 190 w 73 feet to across on n rook i n 14 MT 223 feet to n chestnut oakn 8 30 w 170 feet to n chestnut n 10 e 08 feet to n Make n 14 o 151 feet to a chestnut oak and hickory n 17 30 0 125 feet ton chestnut 130 w 145 feet to n chestnut n 18 45 o 100 feet to a cross on a rock n 31 15 o 78 feet to a stake s 87 o 61 feet to a locust s 8115 0 75 feet ton cross on 0a rock n 86 30 o 00 feot to a re bud n 7445o 122 feet to two hick ories n 75 45 o 177 feet to n block jack n CO 30 o 120 feet to a small hiclwrr n 50 15 0 150 feet to on ft rock n 58 30 o 129 feet to largo chostnut oak n 87 15 c 124 feet to a hickory n 78 30 o 168 feet to n chestnut oak s 87 15 o 177 feet to a small white oak n 43 15 e 176 feet to a chestnut oak corner to landof Mary Spiccr nnd with her lino leaving land of Alfred Ilollon n 72 Q 493 feet to a largo chestnut oak n 27 30 o 414 feet to a lint rock n 37 15 o 280 feet to stake corner to land of Kentucky Union Land Co and with their land leaving the land of Mary Spi eelS 61 45 o 857 feet to a small pine on a knobjjs 15 w 539 feet to a pine s 15 o 3 J4 feet to a stake s 37 o 211 feet to a chestnut oak on rightlinedHowards Crook n 73 30o 419 feet to a black oak n 55 30 e 147 feet to n stake n 61 45 0 560 feet to n small chestnut oak on kiiobs 56 e 391 feet to a double chestnut 62 e 213feot to a stake n 41 45 e 543 feet to a rock on n high knob s 60 e 526 feet to a hickory s 88 30 o 142 feet to n stake n 83 c211 foot to n chestnut oak on knob be tu con Cane Creole Doty Shoal Branchand Howards Creekcor ner to Doty Shoal tract n 47 30 i J 486 feet to three dogwoods n 21 184 feet to a hickory n 44 30 II 382 feet to a hickory on a high knob n 86 15 o 571 foot to a small chestnut oakis 01 43 c 171 feet t a hickorys 31 30 o 256 feet to i o 278 fet to n black oak corner to land of Thomas Chnney and with his line leaving the line of tlje K U Land Gout pany house B 1215e 143 feot 1a stake s 40 15 o 107 feet to a stake s 40 0 185 alit ton blnjk jacks 49 00 o 187 teat to n dog wood sapling a 5550 o 182 foot 21nfeot to a black oaks 40 45 010 feet to a stake on the endof a point s 13 300 258 tent ton stake s 38 30 o 00 feet to a s ca ShoalIriverlleavintSr Clmney s 55 w 284 feot to a double dogwood a 40 45 w 114 tent to a stake s 84 45 w 258 foot to a stake s 49 80 w 247 feet to a stake on side of the larget 70ta s w 208 feet to a red oakn a4w 252 feet to a stake n 48 30 w 321 feet to a sassafras I w 170 foot to a locust n 70 15 w 212 foot to u stake n 74 w 122 feet to a sour wood on point between Doty Shoal Branch and W E Gambille feetteaShoalt4ton small hickory s 45 w 326 feet to a locust s 12 45 w 361 feet to a bjiick oak by a largo rook on a knob thence s C 30 e TOt feet toa black oak on n knob s 61 e 3C8 feet to n red oak nnd sourwood a 8 15 e 375 feet to n red auk s 10 45 e 131 feet to a stakea 45 J50 371 feet to a double maple s 11 15 e 105 feet to n black onk on a ridge corner to the land of Lee Deaton and with hlq line leaving the line of V E Gambill thence s 48 w 120 feet to a red oak on tha side of the hill s 41 w 140 feet toaWhlte oak e 8030 w 283 feet tq a red pak on the she qf the hill thence s 35 3Q v41Q feet tP the begin ning I containing TlOjlf acres by actual survey Bald property will be sold at public auction to the highest and best bidder on n credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to sire bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing inter en from date of snip anti hnvine the I force nod sties of n replevin heal nnd a hen will be re erved In said bond for the full payment of thin purchase price anti Interest Didders must Im prepared to comply promptly with these terms Cost of suit 30 90- UommUalooBrs costs 7 50 Cost or ifiniini 70 00 Total I los 40 J W OAUDWELl M 0800 IASTJ R- Commlsslonars Sale Breathitt Circuit Court Eversole Son PlaintilF vs Notice of Sale II C Cornett c Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tho Breathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in the above styled cause at its reg ular October term 1905 in favor of Kversolo Son for 100 00 with interest from the 13th day of October 1905 also iiv favor of Fairbanks Construction Co for 70000 with interest from the 23d day of March 03 and 20 35 costs therein expended I shall proceed to offer for sale nt Henry pollens steam mill on the middle fork of Kentucky river in Brcathitt coun ty Kentucky on Thursday February Ifitli OU between tho hours of 12 oclock m nnd 2 oclock p m the following described personal property situa countyi adKentucky river and nlso on the waters of tho middle fork of the Kentucky river vie One 12 IL 10aen on and one new Junior size saw mill built by the Enterprise Manufac turing Company with solid car riage 54 inchsolid tooth sow GO feet 8 inch fourply canvass sticlnnl belt one 18 inch vcrticlo corn mill built by Nordyko Mormnn Co Indianapolis Ind canvassas ing to the same or so much there of as will bo necessary to satisfy the above named judgment interest and costs of this sale Said property will be sold at public auction to thin highest and best bidder on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing interest from the day of sale und having the force and ef liennthe full payment of the purchase price and interest Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with those terms Amt of Eversoles dcbt100 00 Interest on same to day of sale 2 00 Amount of Fairbanks Construction Co debt 700 00 Interest on same to day 122 50 IAmount of cost of suit 20 35 0LTotal 960 IS J W CA11DWKLL CUIMASTER ommissiono s Sato 0Brcathitt Circuit Court The Fairbanks Construction Co- Pluintiir iAppcrsolBy virtue ofit Judgment nnd order of sale of the Brcathitt Cir cuit Court made nt its regular May Term 1905 for the sum of 90000 with 0 por cent interest from the 25th day of November 1902 1825 there untilJmidnndin proceed to of for for sale nt some convenient puree on Wolf Creek n tributary of Quicksand Creek in Breathitt County Kentucky on IWimUAKY the 8th 1UOU between tho UauitJ of 12 oclock M JMul ij oclock p m tho fol lowing described personal proper phollermounted on skids one medium sized right land snw millwith solid carriage 54inch solid tooth saw 60 feet 10 inch four ply belt canvass stitched and nil other tit tings to make a complete outfit built by the Enterprise Manufacturing Co Ohio Said property will ho sold nt addle ntuc ion tho highest nnd best bidder on n credit of six months nnd the purchaser will bo required to give bond for the purchase price with npprovcd security ti bearing interest from day of sale anti having the force and ef fect of a replevin bond and a lien will bo reserved in said bond for the full payment of the purchase price and interest Bidders must must be prepared ttt comply RrOlUtI with these terms 0InterestCost of suit 18 25 Commissioners cost 7 50 Cost of printing 9 40 r TotalS11OG15J MCBO Q e DAY BROS =COMPANY=Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of GENERALMERCHANDISE Ever brought to jackson Consisting i of I jtgJ QdSt j M i NrJt jIr f8ifduq i Matst a SOtt Wo have the finest line of shoes in East crn Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest stylo For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis d man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also GOODSIn y MarketsIf or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking forIfwe have it by car loads to suit Come itanI 1r111l1111l I IUIJI III U lUll II 1111 II III IUJIlJ 1111 nlltllll II I UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInIIIIIl01111111111tHtr flightilllllllimilitimriiiiimtittii try DAYi BROS COMPANYJackson 1 I The Breathitt News PiiblUliid Every Irhlny CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS St A YEAR J WISE HAG INS ron Local and Personal JFresh Oysters tit Clarence Had dens Daniel McIntosh of Rousseau was here Monday T K Calhoun of Stevenson was hero Thursday Everything in the Fancy Grocery lino at lladdens Stop with Hurt Uros nt Heed hotelwhen in Lexington Joseph Denton of Smith Branch was in town this week on business G W Fujjato and Emery No ble of Smith Branch were here Tuesday r D L Roberts of Stacy was hero Tuesday after a load of goods for his store at that place A C Carpenter has been signed to duty as postal clerk 1lCII the O K from Jackson to nel City Win E Gambill who has been sick for some time has so fur re covered as to be able to como to town Monday Mrs Jerry McIntosh and little daughter of Lexington were the guests of MM W It Hradthaw the past week Mr and Mrs Henry C Hurst attended the funeral of Miles Iviuth Mrs Hursts father nt Mt Sterling last week Mm John C Griilith left last Friday for Frankfort to visit her husband who represents this dis trict in the legislature Sam T Landrum has been ap pointed a deputy sheriff for Rous seau precinct and Ashford Joseph for the Spring Fork precinct Tho Hoard of Supervisors are in session this week hearing com plaints from those whose property had been raised at the former meeting rMrs Mary Duaton of Crocketts vine way hero Thursday on busi nets connected with the division of r the estate of James G Denton de ceased W HWhitakcr was at Cancy and Cannel City this week on bus iness connected with the Masonic Life Association which he repre spats in this section It M McQuinn and Hud liens ley of McQuinn were hero Mon day in the interest of a public road up Wolfe Creek to intersect the Magoflin county line Found between Jackson and the mouth of Quicksand one line mans spur Owner can have same by calling at this oflico and paying for this advertisement R A Hornbrook agent for the L E Ity at Jackson has re signed his position and accepted responsible position with the L LI N lly at Mobile Ala and will assume his duties there January 30 Dick Chancy who escaped from jail lost Thursday evening was re captured lost Saturday night by jailor James L Littlo and con stable Erb hallat the home of backxand lodged in jail Kinney Carpenter who has been postal clerk on the O KI has been transferred to the L N from Corbin to Louisville This will necessitate his moving his family either to Corbin or Louis 4viner Last Monday was regular county court day the first under the now l 4administration presided over by A good crowd 1TmlO and quite a lot of busi ness transacted Tuesday was J Quarterly court and a number of I It cases were disposed of Mary McDowell who was charged with aiding prisoners charged with a felony to escape from lawful custody was given r r an examining trial and held to an tl swer any indictment that may be found against her for said charge t in a bond of 200 which sho gave The land advertised for sale on laSt Monday in the case of Abrelia Marcurn c vs Nellie Flanery c was not sold on account of the advertisement not being posted in time It is now advertised for sale on February 19th the first day of the Breathitt circuit court s hJ THE LID IS ON TUg TOWN Oh Weve got a brand new County Judge and the lid is on the county and the town Ho has caught the festive tiger and securely chained him down He is closing up tho blind tigers on the stroke And Judge Taulbeo is trying to convince liquor sellers that It isnt all a joke But the boys about town so they tell us hear the news with scowl and frown They must bo content with the Jackson Drug Cos soda for the lid is on in county and tho town Tho foreman of TUB Niw now tho lid is on in the county mid the town Goes to bed to fall adrcamin of n beer thats tall and brown And tho palate fever is raging in tho valleys anti on the hills And the doctors are all hclplus for theres no relief in pills While tho tigers all are silent anti their curtains are all down All the sports are spitting cotton for the lid is on in the county and the town Theres no click of chip or dice box for tho lid is on tho town And the Kitty died in terror of Judge Card wells majestic frown If you play at matching pennies in tho dark behind the shed Even there tho law shall reach you pouring wrath upon your head For Stidhamand Smith Jacksons lly cops roam tho town up and down No moro gambling is the fiat while tho lid is on the town Straight and narrow is tho path way that Taulbeo and Card well would have you tread Naughty ways anil things forgotten buried in tho past and dead In this broad and glorious nation Hrcathitt tad Jackson will win great renown Dont let anything surprise you for the lid is being put on the county and the town II S H Roll Carnival Friday February 2nd at the College chapel at 700 p in the Grand Doll Carnival will bo held Undoubtedly this is going to he the prettiest and handsomest enter tainment ever given in Jackson Dont fail to see it The prizes are of sterling silverware and are handsome flue Queen of the Carnival is a handsomly dressed blue eye d blackhaired French beauty doll Tho prizes tins Queen DollIUO on display in one of Day Bros handsome win dows Tho Queen Doll will be awarded at tho Carnival by ballot to tho most popular young lady Any little girl under 13 may enter the prize contests Any young lady of whatever ago unity be voted on for tho Queen Doll The entertainment will begin at 700 oclock sharp h Robert Johnson of Shoulder Blade is quito sick TGreen Shepherd of Lambric was hero Thursday Scwcll Williams of Stevenson was hero Thursday Noah Rose has moved into the Patton house on tho Heights A nico line of Fresh Cakes from 12ic a pound ill at Haddcns Born to Mr and Mrs B 11 Herald of Herald on Jan Cth a boy MrsChos Terry was visiting relatives on Turkey Creek last week Capt F W Fletcher has about completed his contract of macada mizing tho streets of Jackson Mrs Harry Shattuck and daugh ter of Leo county are visiting her sister Mrs Chits B Diclcson C J Little and Martin T Kol ly returned Thursday front a business trip to Perry county in tho interest of tho Continental Realty Company There will be a total eclipse of tho moon Feb 8 9 visible goner nUon tho evening of tho 8th and tho morning of tho 9th throughout tho United States Tho total eclipse begins at 1218 and ends nt 232 Judge Taulbeo went to Lost Creek Wednesday and secured tho location for a public road near Alfred Roberts This part of the public road has been impassable lavingRoberts tend The road Jg now on good ground A BAD MEASURE Defeated by Representative J C Grillllh In tho Legislature Representative Will A Young of Rowan county last week intro dunes a resolution in the House asking that the Speaker appoint a committee of three and that tin President of the Senate appoint n committee of thrco tovibit Breath itt county with a view to learning the real situation there bringing about pence and making recommendations to the General Assembly that may appear to be needed under tho circumstances These feuds and murders must be stopped said MrVoung while speaking I am a mountain than myself and I understand the damage they have done the State and are doing time State as well as any man in Kentucky I have had business in the East and am interested in n railroad project but it is almost impossible to get the car of outside capital withconditions as they are When I approach them I am told that residents arc afraid to engage in any business in tho mountains for fear source dif ference would arise I1ndu milling or killings result I have tried personally to have these feuds settled I am a friend of both sides tins I have made an effort to get them together on some common ground I have not been able to do so and consequently I want to put it up to the Breathitt county people as coming from the people of the whole State Before I introduced my resolution I spoke to practically every man in the General Assembly and most of the State officers and the opinion is unanimous that this Legislature should do something to end the in tolerable conditions in tho moun tainsI believe that this should be done without delay because it ism opinion that unless something is dqno at once there will bo more murder and bloodshed during the February term of court than at any other time since tho vendetta beganIt is my plan to have tho joint committees go to Hrcathitt and In vite time leaders of both sides to meet with us I believe it should bo made plain to thorn that Ken tuck will no longer submit to the outrages that have been committed in Hrcathilt They should bo made to undcrsrand that if there is any further outbreak tho General As sembly of tho State will see that each man is punished and that no man no matter how prominent he may seem to bo shall escape I dont know whether Imviil bo a member of tho committee from the House but if I am not my interest is such in seeing peace in time moun tains that I shall go with the com mittee as a private citizen to do what I can to bring about harmony among the people mind stop the flow of blood Mr Youngs resolution was as follows Whereas there has been for some time past a state of lawless ness in time county of Breathitt and further trouble seems imminent unless sonic steps are taken to prevent same Bo it resolved by tho General Assembly of time Commonwealth of Kentucky that the president of tho Senate and speaker of tho house be directed to appoint three members of each bodnot over two to bo of tho same political faith to go to tho county of Hrcath itt nt onco and uso every effort in their power to bring tho opposing factions together and if possible bring about peace Mr Griffith tho Republican member from Breathitt presented substitute setting forth that peace hind already been restored in the county ho represents containing an indorsement of time now admin istration of county affairs and de Glaring that no legislative commit tee should bo sent Mr Griffith saidBreathitt county neededsuch n commission two years ago when n lawless faction was in controlof tho county when justice was de nied and assassins walked time streets boldly and without fear of arrest and when reputable citizens were compelled to stay in their own homes day and night and could find no redress in tho courts Tho people have finally wrest ed power from tho lawless and tho courts are now honest and able to cope with the situation without outside assistance Such a commission would only stir up strife and I believe would bo in tho interest of one faction Thoir fight has been hopeless and they have Yt a + LSL sssJnL WATCHES rn CLGKS I SILVERWARE 1 SILVER N 0 YE LT Ifc SIX CUT GLASS W UMBRELLAS and nil kinds of I FIRST qiiss JEW E 1Y S D FLEENOH 1M It JEWELER AND OPTICIAN m Cls2withdrawn heicontestsPence fun conditions have been brought about When wo needed stickas sistance wo could not get it and now that the need has passedwo do not want it Mr Griffith introduced tho following resolution as n substitute Whereas Time good citizens of Breathitt county by the exercise of their constitutional right of suffrage have begun nn adminis tration of law and order which promises lair to restore peace and prosperity in the aforesaid Breath itt county and- Whereas Wo do not believe the adoption nnd carving out of the resolution offered by the gen tleman from Rowan will promote the general welfare of time people of Hrcathitt county but will aggravate this conditions it proposes to remedy therefore be it Resolved liv Flfh General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky That the present con dition of affairs in Breathitt coun ty does II t at this time justify any action on time part of tho Legisla ture of Kentucky The substitute resolution was adopted by a largo majority Former Congressman Dead ntIW T B South at Frankfort last Sunday night Ho represented this district in Congress for two terms and formerly lived at Prestonsburg but had made his homo at Frankfort for tho past several years Mrs Thomas P Cardwell Sr of this place is his sister Marriage Licenses Tho following marriage licenses have been issued during tho past week Austin Combs ago 21 and Miffs Stella Combs ago 13 both of Clay Hole Breck Wadkins nod Miss Dcsha Coldiron both of Oakdale James Muir anti Mrs Lucinda Cope bothof Simpson Robert Goodwin ago 78 of Torrent and Mrs Mahala Simpkins ago 62 of Klkatawa TILE DEATH ROLL Miles Rashof Mt Sterling died nt tho homo of one of his daughters in Menifeo county last Friday after n long illness of paralysis mind other diseases lie was 83 tears old Mrs Sam Cox died athcr home in Soutn Jackson last Saturday morning Sloe was taken suddenly ill on Friday night with a chill and grow rapidly worse till her death Her remains were buried in tho Little grave yard Sunday evening r Golden Wedding Anniversary Mr and Mrs Mi C Bailey will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at their homo on east Main street next Wednesday January 31st M C Bailey and Miss Matilda A tho daughter of William A Tutt were married in Morgan county Ky January Jl1856 Ten children nine girls md one boy have been born to them five of whom are still living They aro Mrs J M Clark of Mt Sterling sKYvMrs TrPennell of Seneca Mb Mrs Robert Thomas of Jackson Mrs Dr M E Cofnbsj 6f Hazard Ky and William M Bailey who is agent of tho L E Railway Cont ElkntawnIFresh Bread every day at CI Haddcns tc k hn Flaherty who sholIS stmasiin th3 cir court I Tuesday Mdgircn five years tho Unlit in the penitentiary Arg ant in the Caleb Powers cause w in the VIJrOmei court ntivnshington u B HayrA and L Maxwell Jr lrolrlsnt l tho state nnd K LI Worthington and F T Black represented Powers Argument was on tIll question of whether a writ of mandamus shall be issued to re quire Powers to be surrendered to the jurisdiction of time slate CHANGE OF FWM By mutual agreement the mer Shlpl1rdIof Lambric Ky been dissolved Judge S S Taulbee who has been a member of the firm has sold his interest to J Wesley Shepherd Tho new 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baekaltllget lr but have aover bed a 4complint For sale by Jaekson Drug Co I etb Amywrnr f NI han prescrl 211your husband Give tow teaapoonfuta ot It a AtjfifjSJK i iiHft do kirn any rood yo ctW H to t grease boots wltbUaawrt 9teelJ chaft For coughs and colds ho remtJy Is equal to Keno ya Laxative Honey and Tar the Liquid Cold Cure It It different from all others better be cauia it expels ill cold from the sys tern by acting as a cathartic on the t bowels Gives strength to weak lungs s Affords immediate relief In croup cough colds etc Sold by Jackson Drug Co The prize pig story comes from Es sex Junction Vt John It Curtis of tluit place killed a three yeaold tow that weighed dressed CIO pounds s iiThta in Itself Is quite a sizable story 4 but In the put three year the sow ba Braised sixtyfour pip In litters of tour teen fifteen seventeen and eighteen a tho survivors of which have netted Mrs Curtis 1158 In Amhepst N H where Horace v Greeley WM born they point with pride to the boos where Alex He Lane now Ryes because la the dye 4ofHr Greeleyi boyhood that house t was the local cobblers shop The cob bier was Hesry Parkhurst and It S said that he mad UM first shot tMat ov s separated the feet of tU great t y editor from raotiMT ear Perfection can only be attained in the physical by allowing nature to appropriate and not dissipate btr own rev sources Cathartlos gripe weaken dissipate while DeWitt Little Early Misers simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allow g the liver to assume I normal activity Good for the complexion Sold by the Jackson 7DrugCo 4 Am Irrina PuwetL- 1t la recalled that the most touching fareweUsceae which Sir Henry Irving head wj In CardUT After the play h concluded the Wetob eatbaalasts brok out Into the hymn God Be With Yo Till wtfyeet A aln Konly near be fore In the aaalfl of tke stage kM actor been greeted hue wMk M It wu a remarkable stffet Mr Istanding rererestty 01 the sta0i Uajteet Ing with bowed heed to tIN IeIt4 tone charted M It wu wltk akdoat reganL Western Matt Indigestion Is easily overcome by th use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and lives the stomach a rest allows it to recuperate and grow strong again Ko dol relieves Indigestion belching of gts tour stomach heartburn eta and enables the digestive organs to transform all foods Into the kind of rink red blood that makes health and strength Sold by Jackson Drug Co tier Handicap I suppose your wire will givy you something handsome for your birthday I dont think she can afford It old roan You see I havent been glvlue her much money 1atll1yNew York World One Minute Cough Cunentalnsnot- n atom of any harmful drug and h iTai been curing cough colds croup sad whopping oeuh to long that It bat umven Itulf GIN a tried net true trlyiA to the teeny wha uu II Sold f J eksoa Drug Got V 1 A Thousand Dollnrs Worth of Good AH Thurnes a well known coal operator of Buffalo 0 writes I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for rears pasting grav el and atones with excruciating pain I got Foley Kidney Cure then the rerult was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like fine stones and now I have no pain acro4a my kid neys and I Mel like a nuw man It hat lone me 11000 worth of good Jack son Drug Co e twcletr Note partttat 16thLondon Sketch k Chronic Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic consti potion is In danger of runny carious ailments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels restoring the natural action of these organs Commence taking It today and you will foel better at once Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does no nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Jackson Drug CJ- Exprmeman Reynolds of Putnam recentrun loose around the yard for a day or two Mr Reynold bitched up bis team and Old Major decided that It wu bis duty to help so he followed to the freight depot where he stood while the wagon was being loaded and then followed behind all over tho city I ChanibfcrlnJns Cough Remedy Absolutely HarmlessN The fault of giving children medl cine conlaining injurious substance Is somrlimes more disastrous than the disease from which they are suffering Every mother should know that Cham berlalna Cough Remedy is perfectly sate for children to take It contain nothinglharmful and for coughs cold s anderoup it unsurpassed For sale by Jackson Drug Co isTkoaehtml of Her I VlfeJame dont be so selfish with thumbreUa Cant you see mother is getting wet Hold It over her too hue Herald JT Low 0t1 fit Ills Mother of Rhcuma tUm 1- Uh mother has been sufferer for many years from rheunuulsm say Pem1eauall while at all times walking was bontiew pit wonderful pain reliever she litertried In faotlhe is never w1 frriow and Is at all times abl peoccasional application o P keeps away the pain that nine formerly troubled with i Jur sale ackson Drug Co Durtgawbopplng cough at Weiyiffon Mo one little girl whoI to sire a birthday party fou fienelt unable to do so because of dlltemperhdecided to confine her fji etsjtboeo who had already had wee an ultraexcluslve 1ifIt np easy j Cough Remedy the Best Bade In my opinion Chamberlains Cough Rimed lathe best made for colds say o kr0ora Walker of Potlervllle C fere le nn doubt about its beings Jest No other will cure a cold ckly No other is so sure a pro of pneumonia No other is ll it end sate to take These ereg Zeuons why It siuwld be preI fee a diny other The fact Is that fw are satisfied with another afterdating once used this remedy ForsaIAby Jackson Drug Co v GEORGETOWN LEXINGTON TRACTION COLr Oars flare Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 n m to 7 pm and at 8 fromeapLeaery hour from 7 I m to 1 m erepCII11 e ml p a I P m and 10 Lean Georgetown every hour from I I tn to pm tllpt 10 a m 13u gad T ud rJEX4lDERPruI4n+ ar FIU15 TO OUR READER iota to Blood Balm for nh If Blood If yoeuOerfrom ulcers ecftpma scrofula blood poison cancer eating sores itching skIn pimples built bone pains swellings rheunntltm catarrh or any blood or ski disease we advise you to toke Iota to Ulood Balm B B B Ejpeelatft recom merdtd for old obstinate UcepseMed eases cures where all else falls heals every sure makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow of health Druggists 1 per large bottle Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice sent In ealed letter Medicine sent at once prepaid taa Tooth Proprt71t It is well known that a corpse Is not property but what about na extracted tooth So far as we know the point has not arisen In the courts ot this country At Gera In Germany how ever It has just been decided that the tooth still belongs to the man after It has left his jaw The dentist contend ed that a tooth evicted from occupancy with the full consent of lie landlord bo came ownerless and derelict and as the particular tooth In question was curl ously shaped ha proposed to keep It But the patient also wished to have It and the patient has won Pall Mall 01- 1zette The and comforting effects of DeWitta Witch Haiel Salve when applied to Piles sores cuts bolls etc subdues pain almost instantly This Salve draws out the inflammation reduces swelling and acts as a rubefa clent thus circulating the blood through the diseased parts permitting or aiding Nature to permanently re move the trouble entirely Sold by the Jackson Drug Go Jilted ourfBilly AVots de trouble now7 Mac Mo ma wont leave me wear yes ring no more coa It make me tin gel blllekSlIeS Weekly The Original Foley d Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat mid lung remedy and on account of the gret1 merit and popularity of Foleys Honiv i and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine These worthless Iml- I tattoos have almiliar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar is in a yellow package Ask for it and refuse any substitute It is the best remedy for coughs and C Ids Jackson Drug Co Irlah Idiom TPe art told that bedad is not Irish at all never has been Irish except In the mind of the English comedian liQc1 the mere Saxon Is cheated of his best anecdotes If the IrUhraandoea not say boo ad begorran what toes he sayY It you may not ray bedad you may say at every opportunity Is It destroyed that ye IIrer A tjllnd wC man Is a dark woman you must say whisht Instead of hush and If A direct answer Is to be wrung from you which can generally be avoided In Ireland you just say It Is or Yo ore butsryesIpqdon How to Avoid Pneumonia We never heard of a single instance of a cold resulting in pneumonia or other lung trouble when Foleys lion ey and far has been taken It not only stops the coughbut hells and strength erte the lungs Ask for Folejn Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute of fered Dr 0 J Bishop of Agnew Mich wrltuhI have used Foley1 Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results every case Jackson Drug Co Care of Cotta In Winter Where farmers raise colts and more of thorn should do BO then there should be Sartors especially provided fqp them la winter says American Agri culturlst The first winter at least while the animals are small It will be better to keep them In u warm com fortable ten rather than tied in n stall This will give them a little chance for exercise something that will be of ad Vantage at thts stage of growth They should bo wul bpdded and have good bay and a small amount of oats ThoyI should bo broken to the halter whllo young and become used to being bandied Those a year older should be treated much In the same way although It not be convenient to keep them pens A little dally exercise how PW wguld be beueflclal to them The idea should up to Ircep11iem healthy AIrlnifthoseshould be expected to get a good start toward the period when they wilt com to become useful on the farm or An agreeable movement of the bow eta without any unpleasant effect Is by Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets For tale by Jack Drug Co roJmIlOmAWJfARgNlse usaetdle artelta6lal +satXa w Ml 1PSTO WOMEN You Will never get Well and strong bright hap and free from pain uni I you build up your constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking tonic like tine1tdT Ui If Makes Pale Cheeks Pink It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache bac xache bowel ache dizziness shills scanty or profuse menstru alien drag dow pains etc It is a building atrength making medicine for women the only medicine that is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest conM erce telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will und free advice in plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Can o of the Accident Wheres that tunny cap with the ear- flaps you used to wear lust year Weel sir I havna worn It sin the accidentWhat accident was that Doualdr A sulntllrnan asked me to has a drink an I dldna bear blmTatler FOUND John W Dean hid a pain In his back for about five 1 and It finally became fogreattliaThe could not work andr1n fact could not walk at time ever t physicians failed to cure him buthe found a remedy it va 8mlthi Kidney and Nerve Tonic Tor sale bp S HStdhflm A fnn Jackson Kv happenedJ Me tell the following story of a neighbor t his who bait the misfortune to fall from A Bcaifolil In his barn and free lure several rises After a long and tedious Illness bo was able to walk around and be want ed to show a friend how be met with the accident They went to thp barn and be laboriously climbed to the seat told 11 was standing right here and start ed to cross at just this place he said and when I put my foot on this board down I went and tarnation blazes here I go again It Is needless to say that the last state of that map was worse than tho that One bottle ot Smiths Kidney and Nerve Tonic cured Marion hell of a weak beck It wns so bail that he cOllldn t get up whence sat down without being In contlnous rill k of misery for at least one hour Sold by S II Stidham A Son Jackson Ky Price 1 00 per bottle s yfr A Better fhtait Fat Man Have you left tho show Business far good 1 India Hubber FreaUVow bet Tliervs tuorv money In lottlu motorcars run over me- A reasonable amount of food thor oughly digested and properly onshnl lated will always Increase the strength If your stomach is a Units off Kodol Dyspepsia cure will digest what yoii eat and unable the digestive organs to asslmllati and transform all foods Into tissuebuilding blood Kodol relieves sour stomach belching heart PalIathblri and strengthening Sold by the Jackson Drug Co RemedyCurea Comfort In the stableAs the cold Increase It you find Wet Ul stables nro not warm enough build ing paper liberally used and carefully put on h tile matter It is cheaper than anYI11J11 else Tka Onion fled Cover the onion beds that were set last tall WJth a dre98ln of com N9teadingtor use much earlier lOtmJlDNEYAdfAR WTM telsMi rrevMt fMWMeJei II YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Mrs F L Jodes of GalUUn Tenn For since taking CarJul I have gained 35 ltsanJam In better health myhuslweight In gold to all suffering ladles I I Dizzy Spells and backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you mean you are biliousBiliousness Is caused by a badly disordered or Dr CaldwellsLaxa tree Syrup Pepsin acts instantly and effectively on the liver reinvigorates and strengthens it and restores It to perfect condition The remarkable virtue of this wonderful remedy has been demonstrated in thousands ot Instances and it will work wonders In cleansing and setting your whole system aright Its good effects are permanen- tDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if It win brlntr br return ouI DR CALUWEILS and Ire sample la tried this woodttlot remedy WritetodayPEPSIN SYRUP CO Monticello lltlnola Sold by JACKSON DRUG CO ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stomach liver and bowels Refuoo eubetltutoa Price GOo JACKSON DRUG GO I KNLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr1 Kings New Discovery PrIceFOR100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROTHS LES or MONEY BACK MA New Tourist Car ScrYictfvVlh The Iron Mountain Route Commencing Tuesday Nov 21st and thereafter the first and third Tuesdays of each month vo will operate a through Tourist Car be tweep St Louis and Mexico City via the Iron Mountain Route pForin fur ther information address II C Townsend G 1eC T ASt Louis Mo A A Gallagher D P A 410 Walnut St Ciucin nati 0 c RemedyCure RAILROAD TIME TABLES = IJI Lexington Eastern Ry WINTER TIME TAIILI2 EFFECTIVE OUT01IEU SS 1005 WEST BOUND Not 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