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C 1 J By BOOTH TARIUNGTO HNCsireAuthor of The Gentleman from Indiana and Monsieur lc CopyrliTb 1003 by rr 5 L MCClure CotM m= u All these awl others of the town were wont to tall politics a great deal nt the little club on Main street and all were apt to fall foul of Tom Vnnrcrcl or Cralley Gray before th end of discussion for those w Qr 1101181lullwhen the eaglu screamed In mliwl fig urea when few men knew tow to tat k und many orated when party strife was savagely personal when lolernnce was called tho pure flre of patriot Ism when criticism of the existing order of thlugu surely Incurred fiery anathema and black Invective and bravo was he Indeed who dared t hint that his country as a whole and politically did lack somo two or thrco particular virtues and that tho first step toward obtaining them would ba to help It to realize their absence This lattcrtpolnt of view was that of the ilrm of Oray Vanrevcl which was a unit In such matters Cralley did most oflhe lalklng qullo beautl Su ny terrible cJiortli on iintmcr crcnlnyi fully too and Loth had to stand against odds In muny a sour argument for they were not only abolitionists but op posed the attitude of their country in its difficulty with Mexico and In common wlh other men of the time who took their stand they had to grow ac customed to being called disloyal trai tore foreign toadies luallgnuuts and trnducers of the flag Tom had long been used to epithets of this sort suf feting their sting In quiet and was glad when ho could keep Cralley out of worse employment than standing firm for nn unpopular belief Thero was QUO place to which Yon reyelsmeklug his friend and partner whcutlio latter did not come homo at night could not go This was the tow cr chamber and It was in that mysteri ous apartment of the Carcwo cupola that Cralley was apt to bo deeply occu pied when ho remained away until daylight Strange as It appears Mr Gray maintained peculiar relations of Intimacy with llobert Carewo In spits of the feud between Carewo and his own best friend Thin Intimacy which did not necessarily imply any mutual fondness tough Cralley seemed dislike nobody wns betokened by toI furllvo understanding of n sort tween them They held brief earnest conversations on tho street or in cor news when they met at other peoples houses always speaking In voices too low to bo overheard and they exercised a mysterious symbolism somewhat in die manner of fellow members of a secret soclcly They had been ob served to communicate across crowded rooms by 1fted eyebrow nod of head or a surreptitious turn of the wrist so that thoso who observed them know that a question had been asked and an A wored It was noticed also that there were five other Initiates to thin masonry Eugene Madrlllon the elder Chcuo General Trumble Tapplnglmm Intsh1illll Jefferson IJarcand Thus on tho afternoon following Miss Bet tys introduction to Houcna favorite sons and daughters Mr Cajeyogdrlv Ing down Main street Milt tip ono forefinger to Mndrlllon as ho saw lime young man lurnlng In nt the club Eugene nodded gravely and ns he went In discovering Marsh the general anti others listening to Mr Grays explana tion of his return front the river with no fish stealthily held up one linger In his turn Trumble replied with a wink TappJiiBham nodded but Cralley slightly shook his heal Marsh and the general started with surprise and star ed Incredulously That Cralley should shako his head If the signal had loch for a church meeting they might have understood Mr Grays conduct was surprising I two other people at about tho sami flrao Tom Vanrevcl and Fanclion Barcaudj the former by his sudden de votlon to the law the latter by his sudden devotion to herself In a breath ho became almost a domestic charac terMiss Barcaud was even happier than she was astonished and she wits mightily asloulsbed lo find her be trothod ltoyelopinga taste for her so clew alone Formerly she had counted ust tllq is etll her homato hee M i r 1 I r 11 uCraftey aese her bawevyiv ho told her t 4 rly he wished to her nil teTbtoMWif Tbh was not like hjin inIt heieaAs4 ttkl net question This niiwHil hoaue wa the mus 34rsBsroqudo a MutliriMr KirltiK t jwravwdu the vis ltsr Jlwt her Iotne tyro his not herd Rued ey f6r her nett wfifet was tha oT tl table ilr BareiliM1at fifty hal fiflifttlpwallCluiri1ild he gave up dAHcIujc wM hsdd trouble Wai lite bulr fie des wa3 Ui Craltey nt1a1 promise to luvefit for him a eoeeiye partner oThere vigil a thin qutalng hankor i Soil JeKensen who lived upon qui nine ague ami deviltry and wore Ibo two daugbteiv Ifauchon and Vir Slnla The latter iras three fewfSold cr than Funohnn ns darkBtIaQcboH was fall though flat ne rly ett pretty a Ii 8il1 good Matured romping sprit or a girl who had handed down u s heart and litBdrotCrnIIeyGrny to he sister with the beet grad In the world For sho lend been the heroine of one of SIr Grays half dozen or so most seri ous nCCulnIRlldnttlr a furious rivalry with MrCarowe the victory was gen erally conceded Cralley HU tri umph had beep olabout a fortnights duration when 1 uric ion returned fro SU Muryx nnd with the advent of th younger sinter ihgjcldcr who had de tided that Ctnuieywas Incompara ble she of sluice Infancy was gonerously allowed to discover that ho was hotjat vision thsLsh tail fallen In her ownidc of hint whereas taiichon cared only that ho bo CntlleylCrajv To be In love fwlth Galley beenm- Gnurhous vocation She spelt ull he time at It and phxluccd a blurred ef feet upon strangers Kpr he OQgenlusin the Becond his poems were 11 ij attracting more thou local 8110111103 as the Journal remarked generously for Cralley had ceased to present his rhymes lo that valuable superY Aye Bfton no Iea wnrhls Ci lIe was rather radical In his literary prefercueej and hurt tho elder Chcno wctlis feelings by laughlug heartily nt some poems of tho tale Lord Byrau offcudal many people by disliking the style of Sir Edward Bulwor snit oven refused to admit that James Fculuioro Cooper was the greatest novelist that ever lived But Iheso things were as unpatriotichoist Americans lad fallen Into n great rage over the vivacious assault upon tho United States lu Martin Chuzzlewlt Nevertheless Craljey still boldly hulled him as every quo had heretofore agreed the most dexterous writer of his lay trail the jriost notable hunprtet of any day Of course the Eugishinnu hud not visited and thruugbly studied suds a city as Rouen Cralley con fesscd iwlnkllugly Gut after nil wasnt there some truth In Martin- I huzzlowht Mr Dickens might have I becn ar from a clear understanding of our people but didnt it argue Ii pretty ticklish vonlly in ourselves that we were so fiercely resentful of satire and was not tllli very heat over MnrlIii Chuzzlewlt a confirmation of one of time points the book hind presented against us7 GcUcral Tremble replied to Ibis suggestion with n one to tho effect that a man capable of say- Ing n good word for so monstrous a slander that a won sir capable of de cloning his native country to be vole pr sensitive ought to be horsewhipped and at this Cralley laughed consuin edly Tremble retorted with the names of Benedict Arnold mid Aaron Burr And If It comes to a war with these greasers ho spluttered apoplectically and it Is coming mighty soon well find Mr Gray down in Mexico throw lug mud on the stars unit stripes and borsolUlleCout something foolish among your own people Dont have to seek far sometimes general murmured Cralley from the depths of thin best chair In the club whereupon Trumblo not trusting him self to answer went out to the street CIIAPTEH Y- lJM ISS CAltEW was at her desk writing to Sister Cecilia whop she most loved of all the world when tho bells startled her with their sudden clangor Tho quill dropped from her band she started to her feet wldo eyed not un derstanding whllo tho whole luwU drowsing peacefully a moment ago re sounded Immediately with a loud con fusion Sho ran to the front door and looked out her heart beating wildly The western sky was touched with a soft rose color which quickly became a warm glow fluctuating anti in the instant shot up ilka the of a full aurora Then through tho broken foliage of Iho could be seen tbrcequnrItersi Carcwes warehouses were running down the iltreet From the stable old Nelson on her fathers best torso cams fig hlothing and seeing the white 1IJl I iI J k quaverlug BeltJlieback In do house mlssyj rl1gltedketchesexcited ejaculations to join tho run miens nirJ Miss Betty followed then across the dew strewn turf In her light stoppedFrom d thoIand courthouse yet one that outdid nil others In tho madness of it appeal to clear the way It was along by what seemed nt first an In definite black mass but whIchas the aurora grew keener producing oren hero a faint yellow twilight resolved itself lute n mob of hoarsely shouting nntI g three extraordlnary vehlcles The i came rapidly down the street and1 natd C of men molt of them In red shirts nnd oilcloth helmets ut u dead run with thC- hose cart n second with the hand en glue tho third dragging tho ladder wagon One man was riding n tut straight gentleman In evening clothe precarfnoyed tone through a brazen trump Miss Betty recognized him at once was he who caught her kitten and sh thought that if she had been Ianclioii Barcaud she must have screamed a warning for his balance appeared a thing of mere luck and If he fell he anteBulrshe was not Fanchon Bareaud Before behind and beside the deport went raced n throng of boys wild with the Joy experienced by their species whcniproiierty is being handsomely ile ilroyctl After them cameo panting mcn holding Ihclr sides sail ayeMhtsBclty trembled for she hind nor er seen the like In her life She stood close to the hedge and let them go by Then she turned In after them and ran goingaOver nil time uproar could be heard trumpetrthose of the Other two companies im part In Uy and few of hliionrew denied the chief his right fSVesnrbss soino chagrin dAce tho department organized n Slic tra 00113 to the Ire half year hat drillediand this its first tire worth the uaujicv was lateon account of the refusal of the members to move until they had donned their uev uniforms for the uniforms had arrived from Philadelphia two mouths ago anti tonight offered the first opportunity to display them In public Hall Vanrevel panted Tapping hum Marsh to Eugene Mndrlllon as the two running In the van of the hose company splattered througha mud puddle Youd think he was Carewos only son and heir Instead of his worst enemy IIark4o the maul Id let It burn If I were he return ed tho other t- It was all Crallcys fault said Tap plugham swinging an arm free to Wipe the spattered mud from his tate wtthlthidhim up that was all Cralloy iloid jCareuo could better afford to lose his Ulan the overworked depart ment its Gnat chahcu to look beautiful and earnest Tom asked him why he didnt send for a fiddle Marsh fin ished with n chuckle Carewe might afford to lose q little even a warehouse or two If pny out of what hes taken from Cralley anil the rest of us these three years Taken from Vanrevcl you mean Who doesnt know where Craileys Heros Main street Look out for tho turnThey swung out of the thick shadows of Carewo street Into full view of the fire and their faces were Illuminated as by sunrise The warehouses stood on the river bank at tho foot of tho street just bridgeherosided buildings the two nearer the bridge of brick the others of wood and all of them rich with stores of eve ry kind of river merchandise and costly freight furulluro that had voyaged from Now England down the long coast across the Mexican gulf through the fiat delta and had made tho wind lag Journey up time great lIver a thou saud miles nnd almost a thousand more following the greater and lesser tributaries cloth from Connecticut that had been sold In Philadelphia then carried over mountain sad through faoata bLpteem Je n JLjj stajr pF of aid six nuufo frcTglfC wagons to Titft tooon way to Massachusetts and Rhode Islani spindles laYAlwre beside huge mounds of raw Illinois nullanteslemons from groves of the faraway tropics cigars from time Antilles to bocce trove Virginia and Kentucky most precious of all the great granary of tho formers wheat tram the levels fields at home and all the rich stores- o and the houses that held them as well as tho wharfs upon which they had been landed and the steamers that brought them up the Ilbuen river be longed to Robert Carewc That It was her fathers property which was Imperiled allotted to tho Juslflcatlou of Miss petty In running fan tire and as Slut followed tho crowd Into Main street she idtn not uu leas ant proprietary Interest In the spec rude Very opposite sensations an mental the of the man with the trumpet who was more acutely con scions tuna any othei thtt these were Robert Carewes poayisstons which- were hurting so liniulso ely Xor was he the only ono firemen whop ground Ids teeth ovorthe folly of the plainlytupperegreatfiarnealso of frames was smoking heavily and lucre was a wind from tho south firetuncTleCketlThere wns work for the volunteer brl gado lint night They came down Slain street with a rush the figure of their chief swaying over them on his high perch while their shouting was drowned In tho crowdgas a the water swirls and eddies of popplo marking the wake A moment later a section of the lOOtt the burufug warehouse fell In with oMfljiorous and rover berating crash ff Tho engine company ran tbcuforco pump out to mutt end ofjit ne of th Iow or wharfs two lines of pipe wereat tachod two rows of wen mounted tho planks for the pumpers and at time word of command began the up and down of the hued machine with admirable vim Nothing hapieuedthe water did not come something appeBfr to bo wrong with the mechanism Ai every oaofelt tho crucial need of hast nothing could tlaYphtimeshould Bmultaucou 1 iron fr4 pair tho defect ttensuedap on the 011111 ivhlckput the engine Out of Useful ness In the memo I y menn anti boys wh a lees operationformed fAtue and were throwIng largo palls offriter In the geiicral direction seWhlchItthe Ir lIentcn o lie hook and ladder compa SJoimlug their wagons and nf axess heroically as saultiU uio big door of the granary IL s f6i building whence they were driv t the exasperated r chief who InCorlft01em that tho onlyway to pave time wheat was to ho lug Cralley Gray one ot the berated uxuieu remained by the fihattered J6dr others had gone acidf s en thought set his 1uplatch and opened door iiitljsImple process It al not Cralley leauetlet the nail Y laughed his wool A uwh sboutng me em through axesfreaklatlugtto subotllInaWtom niters tvfd lingering la no one spot Jr rtifui a second Hr Vaurevel littWl iffcmorkoblycontusion into which they tlll1l Tin spate lIetweeltho i house mind nt jnoro than fitly feet In tycot- so hot no one tookkeriutthere an area as h in ap peaiiuicc us It was jrjth the thick rain of sparljf ohrands that fell upon ttD ef had decided that mc u pled and mi ldtIneo 1t wits the onl reBQcond wail to II building woulv mean time destrut ruu use tcoUltlillvtho coma n ploy upon It from the gre Aid nol from tho ladders do much wore thaTj wet the projecting caves It was a gable roof the eaves twenty feet totter on time souUi fthlfrUiaA n the north whore the ladders coiiQl 1J hope to reach Van revel swungvhlsTiliio of buckctoenr round toJbru wfa not upon tho flames bu ixvt teen Miss Car re steo lhtho crowd upon the o Itn Pt dit iff time broi I root Even tke r cheeks were com forltbly all sometimes si ad to brfi sh t JJIICrom herpboulder though s mt1Chax ted to mlniWmteTSfcejvaB watching Ie beau tiful ery furiafc b weati efia north walle prth bur at and the south wAllof iUnelghbotrirflfly feet brlllluitd misty with yaRerous rose color dottedlvlth the ru matt red stars her eyes shining with tile reflection of their fierce how the vapors moved theliien walking ha fire and she was Meshltch1lJHioiednegohen crowd before her a long black ladder rose wabbled tilted cnizlly then lame IxadAuSedJl lUfY V ItJelt L ngalnst V 1 p l 1Irtprtheeav e Shelteped that ae ttiouutlugladderY towt4i JII l yrlr Ji 1 and ln eTcnlng dress With fr aWaU trumpet swiigJag from a cords about his ihoulden The uotso grew JeM tbiw ohoutlug died away and the crowd P 1came almost silent nil the figure cllratf Ing slowly drew up above their beads Two or thsae rungs bcnodth came a second q lln helmet sad itntfe i 7 The clothes f both drenchcdr 1 1elugtill but this was yiel r rorJtG ter was frail undlI tb aY + ward lIolclng willi with th St time three Time chief rfeSfourths of theway th9 top Shouted down a stlqet1 c4 maud ami a short grappling lad tRpikedlrontollcttinipward until his feet rested on the third rung from the top Here he thewellIlftelids head so thattt rsted8iftiUfIt f X eaves aboro him and f sharply fastening the sulked hooka k ithe roof As the eaves proJootPIIru1l1 d q u tderwall Its lowest rung a llttleabpve the hotel of the chiefs shoulders r k w Miss Betfr drew lit her breath with a little choked cry There was a small tarfacwl bill of piled up pncklug boxes nosyaim er possesjtea of which had been taken by 4i ybf raggamumulah ooys herself standing on the h t andebaring the sum able youth al t lestio1moat her action In mouaUftffillier so strained was the conceBtrattwi of her attention upon tile figure high up In tbp rose glow against the warehouse wall Tie man surety surely was not going to trust himself to that lilt of wooden web hanging R t tram the roof Where was Miss Ba reaud that she pcrmlttttl It Aluit Betty had been Faucbon and mad wo man enough to have accepted la mad man suite would have compelled him to come down at once and thereafter would lock him up In the house when ever the bells rang But the roof was to bo mountcdor Robert Carcwes property lost fJH ready Httlj flames were danclng vp tram tbo shingles where flrcbraads Iliad fallout their number IncreMlac- wltb each second So Yanrerel7raised- armshis took a lined grp pon theelowest rung of the grappling ladder tiGooksheld He swung himself out Into the air with nothing beneath him caught time rung under his knee and for a mo wept hung there while limo crowd with held from breathing Then a coifdcrf smoke awlrjiiig that way made him the 1 mire ghostly nucleus of Itself blotted b f1 outaltogctlier and as It rose slow ly upward showed the ladder free and empty so that at first there was an inr t staht wh irtbcy thought that be bad fallen tfiit as the smoke cleared there Wl the1UJ1gttro on he root r vtira li u 1 1111 JBFIJZ I JEWELERLEXINGTON f f SELLS 5 I DIAMONDS WATCIIK3 CLOCKS I JEWEMIY Silverware CUTGL1SS Krte A To PealITUX HIM IrORi Anything In tlleI JEWELERS LINE 1 let t ate r 46 I r w r- tix The Breath s- SI PER YffAR4 USE HAI EDITOR 1 G to 1Irfirs Ilenry- s filii Back twins n boba girl John Olo n iind M Cobb 4 Larestill li lingEpr the K ycV Co- ucinda 1 tho wklof Judge S Miller is Yorllw r+nd is if t tcxpectcd to rocopely9 1 t Henry William L 00 of Hunt jUig Creeks best citizens has his fr ouso nearly completed The work- sr being done by C Oand S b Back J hisJUof Iwuliiiff to o K L y Go and 1ta other f tract for the sat 711t1anY has moved to whn known S r amp Uranclfta Sao targo crowd n- ti u bn Sister IIdil Irolbrooho e iitst SatUl a n week ro fhe erviceslUrooik bewareeJ W lrtlleplerln P J 1s1NCASTLE if Mrs A B Akora is quite sick 1iro Mrs Jana Whismnn n 1 rli 6 g Itlli Rosa and Alice Smithjaro visit inJr on Millers Creek I The Junior salongnicely with th J IvfGentryrming what lots lof ussing A Crate and Franklfl wid have bought A J Spencers timber for f 1000 cash fli P ME Shackelford and wife were e pvlsiting in Powell county the first of the Thurman Spencer of Sf Helens was visiting his uncloJ Ymbroso j I Cox Saturday and Sunday j Miss Florence Strong is teach Sing a winter school prjJ Valkcrt fcjjreek with good attendance iiovM F Stamper of Qdroi fir ton l1eld a meeting nt the t l iinr church Sa turday and M t fr 4 T S Shaclcelford w ii leis Creek last week iffTlfct inter t 151of the Singer Sowing Mnchino jQo 4 + Lula Bailey and Clndnantl atoll i Bible have returned home rom Berea where the Jwen to attend- It school v I J a The New Domain Coaaof Lexington are I- l leases surveyed nndlacatCd1ak erns though they will sink a test tv fll- inC early spring J 1 11J P Gunsin who had im e niv riif to tho grand jury was brought bo j fore Judge Riddell last week und k Allowed bail EVEKSOLI2 t1i r Miss Stella Amburgy is a vpry pleasant guest at the homo ajl Irourcorrespondent i I c are sorry to note thaE Iiss Edna Wilson of this county comi initted suicide by taking caHiolia acid 1r Mrs Lillie Stepp wife of jjos cph Stepp of Meadow Crcnk died nt her homo last Wednesday and was buried Friday at the L C Rose grave yard 1 Mr and Mrs lInden Reynolds went to Jackson last week aiid bought a nico lino of furnitu M They will go to housekeeping about the first of tho month 1 Wo have had several stock buy CT3 in this neighborhood in tho higt few weeks J C Rose sold to Shennon Spradling of Camp t n12 head ofcattle for 280 aso12 Lend of hogs to Charles p Rose for 50 We arc glad to know that the lid is being put on tho blind ti gers which have been turned loose upon the good citizens of Brcathitt county for the past four years Wo hope tho present administration will never stop the search until every one is found and given then fullest extent of the law Dr F C Roark of Kodak passed through here Thursday on his way homo from Louisville Ho also visited his brother LJ0 Roarkat this place Barry Turner of Crockettsvijle ijIn here on business Tuesday jt t OUR BIO CLIjB 0fBy special arrangenle wn lth thq Southern Agriculturist the popular semimonthly farm paper of Nashville Tcnn wo are able to givo our renders tho advantage of A clubbing offer which WQ Lclie is the most liberal over mull by any newspaper in tho South In thefit place wo will send tho 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klujr hands with the ttgrlcs Dickens From r1 lICecollcctlons 4andcd Man Atho lim waters of tho Orinoco the Spnillfh traditions located tho laud of Kl Dorado TheOHjIed Man it pq tcntato whoseee mtry was so rich fa gold dust thntV lll iclebodYanoint cd with oft nun tirl go every morning t heabono hi Wo sun as tti curious fact tbn7tflo cbnn y Tuwhich tradi tion located flirij uvTeIoti Jelnglms er been explooMyr tljlU mono Droalcemnla Is the fiamo of tbq red dje prod a Mtn klanaa of the mature tm t A e named I tug Ills s fi to niso- clll ace trefel because vistaleyTnalnt their face red by rub blnt thcift With the fruit hero Is a striking ustanee ett the Influence ot- hCred1trUadr sMull I 1 Obierrollon To bch M is i not necessarily to ob KFK sad the power of comparlnc and combining U only to be obtalnedXtiy regrettedthatnot cultivated In our schools To this deficiency may be traced much of the fallacious reasoning and the false pb losophy whkb provalhW IJumbpl4ti r ttJ Henry Vrittcrs1fm Paper llEliJICOiii I AND TIIrB- REDTIIITTCOIINTY NEWS Both Ono Year For ONLY 15OT- ho regular price of the Con rierJournal nlono is 100 Few people in the United Stntce Bare not heard of tho Courier thingslCairthings it is esseniially a family I paper Dyn special arrange mont wo are enabled to offer the WeeklyCourier Journal and the BreathiUjfrCouiity News both ono- Jear1fortherprice named above Send your subscription for the combination to tho Breathitt County Newsnot to the Courier Journal MASTER Commissioners Sale JP Breathitt Circuit Courtj FWiVFlotchor Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale A D Jackson Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Breathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in the above styled cause at its regu lar October term 905for the sum of 12500 with Interest from the 23d day of February 1905 and 16 GO costs therein ex pended I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho front door of tho Court House in Jackson Brcathitt county Kentucky on Monday February 19o6 it being the first day of tho regu lar February term of the Breathitt Circuit Court between the hours of 11 oclock n m and 2 oclock p m tho following described real property lying und being in Brcathitt county Ky on the- soutltfbtk pf Creek andbmfmledftnd described as fob I lows Beginning at n white oaK and two liickorys standing near tho creek at Frank frames linei thence with thr line of the same to tho head of Bear flollow thence up the hill to the top of the ridge and with tho ridge to n high knob at the back of Ben Millers Held then o don the point to high knobatthe head of big field hol low tllppce down tho point to tirdyunpor end of the barn lot t io SJrcckIS it mcandersTtp tho beginning 01501 much thlro fas will bo peccssary to satisfy tho flborp named judg ment interest and costf nf J1ss- ale Said property will be at public auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months and tho purchaser will be required to give bond for tho pur chase money with approved se+ curity bearing interest from date of sale and havinr tjip force and effect of a replevin bondsnld a lien will be ros 1d for payment Of the pur chase pricoanuHntorest Bidders must bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms Amount of debt125 00 Interest to day of sale 7 50 Cost of suit n t1 1C GO Commissioners cost 1 LO- Cos of printing 1300 Total amount168 GO J W CABPWELLv II U B C C MASTER COMMISSIONERS SALE Breathitt Circuit Court Abrelia Marcum Administrntrix Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale Floyd Day Administrator c- Dofendllnts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tho Circuit Court made and entered in tho above styled cause at its regular October term 1905 for the sum of 300 00 with interest thereon from tho 6th day of Octo ber 1902 until paid and S35 00 costs therein expended I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of tho Court House in Jackson Brcathitt county Ky on Monday February Igo15 regular Circuit Court between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m the following described real property lying and being in Breathitt county Ky on Frozen Creek and bounded and described as follows Beginning at a spruce pine and beech at tho mouth of Strongsbeginning Vm Strongs house where ho resided October 18 1897 thence up tho hill in a northeast course a straight lino to Capt A C Copes ridgebetween HW tliencoaroiinu w head of Meet lug house branch oil the top of the ridge it being the back line of the said Laura Sewell convoyed to er J hms Strong and the samLcOnreV d to him by LillieI with said 11 illinm Stronafs lili to the beginning so all the land on the ostoiinc1iJl Iork of the Meeting House bralich containing J5dO acres mop bt less or so much thelcofaSjvlll1iQ necessary to debt in terest an costs Said property willlJ Sol xat public auction to tJl thc8tjmlbcst bidder on a- cietlhtrotsi jd months and tho pur chaser bo required to give bond for iho purchase money bearingintereshaving tho forco and effect of n bond and a lien will be rewfved in said bond for tho full lriceandintp 14d to comply promptly with tlieterms At aunt of doUt300 00 Amount of interest GO 75 Amount of cost 3500 Commissioners cost oj 7 50 Cost of printing13 00 TotulVmount x110 25 J W OAUmVELTj 7kIaU C C- mastsrcotgpii5sloQers p Sale BUKATIIITT CmquiT aunT Abrclia Marcum G vs 1 Plaintiff Nellie c Defendant siPetiton in Equity 1I 1 irtue ofIt judgment and ruelJjfS lopf tho Brcathitt Cir cult Coufffmade pad entered in regularproceed to offer for sale at tho Court house door in Jackson Brcathitt County Kentucky on Monday Febunry 19 00 It being tho flat day of tho regu lar Febuary tern of the Breath itt Circuit Court between the hours of 12o clock m and U oclock m iho following described rcnl propprtllripl flail boing in entllcion tho waters of Howards Creek and bounded a111escrlUe1115 follows Beglnnlngon a took marked B S on that north bank of tho Mar cum fork of Howards Creek if tributary of tho north fork of the Kentucky river about SOO feet above tho forks of tho said creek on the line of tho lands of Leo Denton thence S 3530 W MH feet to a black oak S 43510 W ICO feet to a chestnut S W 734 feet to two smnllSOIlwootls on n point corner to tho land of John Pavidsqn tljonce with said David sons line 8 17151232 feet to i black oak S 04 15 w 176 feet to a stake n 87 30 w 203 foot to a stake n56 w 186 feet to a chest nut s 74 30 w 382 feet to a sour- wood n 74 15 w 22 feet to a ma plet s 7G d5 w 250 feet to n sour- wood n 7a EO tv t0tl fpct to a chestnut on a knobs 55 w 39 711 feet to a small dogwood s 66 30 w 105 feet to a black s U 15 w 190 feet to n chestnut oak and small hickory s 8 45 c 206 feet to two hickories corner to the land of Jasper Arrowood thence tear ing the land of said Davidson and with Jho land of Arrowood S5215 w 200 feet to a phpsfnut opkls 111 30 w f 5D feet to a cross on a vopkj s 50 w208 feet to a stake s 40 15 w lU fact tp a cJtcstnutjs 02 w 2p teat to a black oa with old marksj s 59 45 w J09 foot to a chestnut e 68 w 272 feet to n chestnut oaks 54 30 w 264 feet to a stake s 78 45 w506 feet to a chestnut oak n 81 30 w 205 feet tp a black oak n 70 w 296 feet to a e1tectnltstunpn 60 30 w 76 oet to a oaks 03 30 w 554 feet to a stake s 71 w 322 feet to a cross on a rocknear a small hickory s 86 w 230 feet to a phpstnut oak corner to the land of J It Newton Arrowood and with his line leaving the Ijnp pI- T IJDor Arrowood n 76 15 w 2f8 feet to a sjflkor n 42 15 w 103 feet to R stake n 51 w 16ft foci to a hickory and double chestnut n 7B 45 w 170 toot to a stake on a knob near n largo rockj n 60 46 w 133 feet to a stake n 80 18 w 185 feet to a stake n 55 80 w 199 feet to n stake n 59 30 vl54 feet to a double hicKory n 5251 w 183 feet to a sUiKo n 51 w 137 feet to a stake under jailers rock n 41 50 w to two poplars imdpr Nailers rocks corner to the land of Ienjarnjn McIntosh and with his line lenv ing the line of J It Nowton Ar rowood n 133 w 95 feet to a lo gust n 171 w 244 feet to u hicK ory n 53 w 248 feet to a dead pine n 79 15 w 110 feet to a chestnut n 67 46 w 208 feet tQ a pined s 85 50 w lOt feet to a BtaKc n Bt 30 w 105 feet tQ a small sourwoods n 78 QJSw 508 feet to ft small hioqorYls 7P 30 w 97 feet to a hicjjoryj n 84 w lH feet to o stauo n 74 50 w 238 feet to a white oak corner to land of Leo Combs and with his line leaving the land of Ben Mc Intosh n 24 J5 o 251 feel to a hicK- ory n 145 e 202 feet to a stake n 82 15 e 101 tent to u stake I n 17 46 0 111 fuel to a pine by a large rook I n 90 e 16i feet to a large black Jack I n 8CT 45 e 161 feet to a maple on a largo rock I n 1515 w 867 feet to a stake I n 13 w 107 feet to twj pines n28 45 e 106 feet to a stake n 17 459 103 feet ton stake by a flat ruck In 20 BO e 409 feet to a stake n 0 e 141 feet to a chestnut ask corner to land or Alfrrd Hollnn and on Ills lint Iviivinc thu mil uf Let Combs R 85 c M2 feet to n tvolnnt n S 2 in e 120 fret to s stake n RO HO e 101 feet to n pine II 75 u 250 feet to H drake n liD o 210 feet to n lilm- Illd chestnut n 33 a 202 feet to a melt hickory I n 0030 e 181 foot to n tnkr n C5 15 n iHi fuel ton liliialt jnck n Gl SOo 181 reef to n large olipoiniit onk itflfiu 1CU feet to n stake n 74 e 18l pet to n 8lnkon SO e 135 feet tn n take H 83 p T12 fnit In atnall chosl i utiiaks7 P 168 puls to a black lank n 03 30 e 200 pule In u olpninut n J 15 e 01 feet to a nu tiiiit oak n Cl SO n 107 feet to H onus on n rock n 60 30 e 00 feet to n ctiefinut under n large rook n GO 30 e 01 feet to a pine n 07 e 100 feet to a stake n 20 80 e 128 feet to a stake n 130 w 73 feet to a cross un a rock n M V 225 feet to a chestnut oak n 8 30 w 170 fret to a chestnut n 10 p 08 fuel to a stake n 14 o 151 feet to a chestnut oak and hickory n 17 30 o 125 feet ton chestnut n 1 30 w 115 feet to a chestnut n 18 45 0 100 feet to a cross on n rock n 11 15 o 78 feet 101custbudn 74 45o 122 feet to two hick blackjackhickory n 50 15 o 150 feet to cross on a rock n 58 30 o 129 feet to a 121feet177feeto 176 feet to a chestnutoak corner to land of Mary Spioer and with AlfredMallonchestnut onkn 27 30 o 414 feet to a lint rock n 37 15 o 280 feet to a stake corner to land of Kentucky theirlandcer s 61 45 0 857 feet to n small pino on n knobI 15 w 631 foot to ti nine s IB o 814 feet to n stake- S 37 0 211 feet to n chestnut oak on riglttbandHowards Creek n 73 30o 419 feet to a black onkn 55 30 e 147 feet to a stake n 61 45 o 560 a smallchestnutoitk on Jnobs5U 15 o39 feat to a double chestnut n 62 o 913 feet to a stake n 41 43 o 543 feet to a rook on a high knob s 60 e 520 cot to n hickory s 88 211feetShonJBrullchnor to Doty Shoal tract n 17 30 e I 6 feet to three dogwoods n 21 e 1K1 feet to a hickory n 44 30 e hlAhknoblchestnut oak s 04 45 e 171 feet to a hickorya 3130a 256 feet to a s 0 to a black oak corner to landof Thom t IpavIngthopang thence s 1215o 143 foot to n stake s 40 15 o 107 feat to n take s 46o 185 foot to a black dogiwoodIQ a stake on tlip point s 43 o 313 100Ipoint s 13 0o 258 foot to n BtaVp a O510o 00 pet tq a Sol more In tho mouth of Doty Shoal Branch on south bnnk of tho North Fork of the Kentucky river on tie line of W Gnmbilla land i and with hislitw leaving the land of Thomas Chnnnya 55 w 234 feet to a dogwood a 40 45 w 114 feet to a stake s 84 45 w 858 frpt to n stake s 49 now 247 feet to a stake on side of tho hills 70 15 w 100 foot to a largo chestnut oaken tho side of tho hill 79Gw 2U8 feet to a red oak n 54 w 252 feet toa stake n 48 80 w 831 foot to n sassafras w 170 fpet tq a locust n 70 15 v 212 feet to a stake n 74 w 122 feet to n sour- wood on point between Doty Shonl Branch and W E Gnmbilla branch tjioncp p 57 15 w Slj feet ton hic ory anJellostnut oak on ridgo in tho heal of Doty Shoal Brunch thpnoo a 07 45 w 280 feet to a small hipkqry s 45 w J20 foot to a loQiistj a 1l 45 w 301 feet to a lJll10k oak by n Iapgn rock pn a krnbj thence Iii 80 e 7M feet to a bluok oak on n knot 1 51 e 3CB feet lo n ml onk and Bourivocd H 6 15 e 875 feet to n rod onk R 10 45 B 1S1 feet to a slnke s 40 15 e 871 fnetlo n double maple s 11 15 w 1C5 fret to n btnfk oak on n ridge corner lo the Und of Lee Denton nnd with his line leaving the line of vV J3 Qnmblll thence s 48 w ISO lout to It red oak on the aids of tho hill a 41 w NO feoi to a white oak a 80 no w 28S feet to a red onk on the aide of the hill thence s 35 DO w110 feet to the beginning I containing 710J acres by ucinnl survey Said property will bo soM at public Auction to the highest and best bidder pn a credit of olx mouths and the purchaser will be required to give bona for the pnroliuio money with approved Bepurjty bearing Inter est from date of snle and having the force and effect of n ceplevin bUild and u henwill bp reserved in sold bonds for tio full payment of the purchase price end Interest Bidders must be prepared tt comply promptly with these terms Cost of suit f DO 00- Cummissionara costa 7 O Cost of prllltlnu 7000 Total 103 40 J Vf OAIIDWELL M 0 D 0 0 I DAY BROS Y J COMPANY t 1 CI Wholesale and Retail s ttI i have the most complete stock o- fjiiJ h 1 i GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever brought to jckson ionsistin off 1 gl QOfJ= t J 1 fIIJ O Il J COtGiuqfr =t i iY t It Af e r y f 1 H fs X J fiIe 1r We have tho idlest hue of skoos in East ern Kentucky Our mens shoes nroQfJJ the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money II could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN I MILL ERYThis Department is under the man tagement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats x direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have It by car loads to suit I every body i Come and see us our HIIIIIIIUIIl111111IUI11111111111Itt111IIIIIttllfflll111111 1IUIIlIIIIIU11111111UU11111111h1IIIt M I Prices Are AH Rmhts- tc N i u DAY BROSiL COMPANY i Jackson KentuckyII The Breathitt News IlilillMlind Every Irlduy CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISH IIAG INS EPITOU nH l Local and Personal U g im T1 L = H fiiibr 525E52mC Ij m I mIly IN iIAItOIH JlUILtHNO JACKSON KENTUCKY fx i 52S2S2S25252S2S cat11 PATTON 1 1A AT LAW r 1 IN CIIAWtOICU mno JACKSON KY E Jp 1CJ r iUIoC Winchester i in town 150 will buy tiro paper for u whole year Joro Brewer of Simpson was here Saturday E C Ilydcn of Elkntnwn was hero on business Monday Miss Margaret Uush of Winchester is visitinz friends herot A nice lino of Fresh Cakes from f 121 cents a pound up at Haddcns Major II B Wright left for Lexington on a business trip Tues day Mrs George Copland vfas visit lug Mrs A S Henry during the week George C Taulbco has accepted a position as bookkeeper with M S Cniin J II Duyall loft recently for his homo in Georgetown to spoil il a ow days- Clarence Ilndden is tho only man in town that handles every thins rood to eat Cupt F II Ktirijrht mnna or of the K L V Cowns hero on business Tuesday John M STivltn t4 bjildin a dwelling on tho heights near the Combs uravo yard- 1RtekwhattShred Wheat Cream of Whoat or anything in tho Cereal lino at Clarence Madden L Y Hedwino was called homo Satutday to attend the bedside of his sister who is dangerously ill R A Childcrs of Maytown has been in Jackson during the past week interviewing our more chantsJ Howard of tho Quick nand neighborhood cnino in Friday and ordered TUB Ninvs to his brother in I1linoisr Dr Vance Oifutt who tins been practicing medicine hero for tho just fur years has been Ipornt cd a medical inspector in tho Phil lipino Islands Rev W II Sclzer will speak ut the Baptist church Sunday at 11 a in subject Gods Chasten ins I ovc nnd at 030 p m subject Saved by a Look Stove woodcut in any quantity for sale at my house opposite M S Grains store at 150 per load at tho house or will deliver for 2 per loadrl PALMES Tho fine weather of Sunday afternoon was enjoyed and apprcci ated by many of tho young peoI o plo around town if walking in pairs would indicate anything Mrs Emma Swango wife of J M Swango of Wolfo county died nt her homo last Friday of pneumonia Mr Swnngo is a brother of Dr0 II Swango of Jackson William Ilirnott nnd bliss neI b oclt Miller wore married at tho rodidonco of the brides parents Mr and Mrs George Miller in South Jackson on last Friday Rov J D Hunter ofllciating li W Dixon rcprcflontingJohnj U Ilibbcn A Co of Cincinnati dry goods morchantswis here w calling on our merchants tho fir of tie week Jle cluim to bo the youngest drummer on the road The qujstion as to who will top v resent Kentucky in tho Hull of Paine nt Washington is arousing much interest allover tho State judging by the number of articles dailies1rh c e w J- f 1 R Clark has purchased a farm near Stanton and will move to it next week Martin T Kelly and A S John son are on the Middle Fork th week taking oil leases Go to C Haddens for Fine Ap pies Oranges IJnnanas elc and anything in the Fruit lino Mrs W It Hradslmw cntortairi ol a number of tho young people at supper lust Friday night HoW Green returned Wednesday from Montgomery county where ho had been holding revival meetings for the past two weeks Dr O II Swango has purchas ed a lot on Arlington avenue next to S S Tuitilbees lot Ho vi build a residence on the lot in a short time Floyd Day huts been appointed curator of the estate of J ln Day of Hazel Green who has been in bad health for some time and unable to look after his bus ness affairs sThe dance at tho Business Men Club last Friday evening was ono of the most enjoyable hold in this city for a long time Many visitors from out tlf town were present The music was furnished bInorchestra from Lexington The cold storage companies in tho largo cities which have been holding eggs to force the price higher are all big losers on account lsIare comulr e egg panic did not reach Jackson this winter Tho law partnersip heretofore existing between G W Flcenor and A II Patton has been dis solved bmutuill consent Mr Fleenor moving to his new oflice in tho Fleonor building and Mr Patton remaining in tho Crawford building E P Landrum wont to furlo Crook Wednesday to take tho ac knowledgment of somedsods fro Isaac Terry Sr to his sane Terry is SB years old nnd owned largo anti valuable treat of Inn which he wanted to divide between his children bafore his dfciUi The 1C L V Co completed their new bridge across tho river last Tuesday and ran A loadwl trai over it the same tiny It is hui of wood antiwar built under tho personal direction of aWl F II Enright teenager of tho company This bridge takes the place ofthe steel bridge that fell down several weeks ago Tho lecture nt the Baptist church on Sunday evening by tho pastor on the Gateways of the Rail Room was attended bnn audi once that tested tho seating capaci f the church The speaker lit his best and held his nudi MICO spellbound during tho whol titerrcome oP fffilS meeting When you nextt week bring us 150 Stet five papers a whole year This offer applies to old subscribers ns well as new We will markup your I subscription a year and give you the other four papers This is the best combination we have ever had and we would like for all our subscribers to take advantage of it while it lasts S D Ffecnor has moved into his now building on Main street Saps is one of our most enterprising young business men and has set an example which wo hope willt be followed bother merchants o town ns Jackson Is getting to largo to permit cheap frame structures to bo erected in the business portion of town Wo wish Sam success in his now building On Tuesday evening of this week the Baptist church held its annual roll call This was largely attended and after a short pre= liminary service the roll was cnll oil Chen it was announced that the remainder of the evening would be given to a social gather inn in that of getting acquainted with one another The refresh ments wore ice cream told cake Tho L d1 E Railway Company has purchased sito on East Main street Lexington fur a terminal station and will during the year erect n handaomp freight depot to cost about 150000 With this now depot and the now union passenger station to be orccted thjs summer the L E will be better equipped for handling pisson gars and freight than any railroad entering Lexington f A GRUESOME FIND Tlio Skeleton of an lluknow- Mati Discovered Near Town Supposed to be Charles hill Isgall Evidence Points to Murder by Two JIIII While Judge It F Davis nnd George Hays vrnro ciittiig son g timber on the hill just below tit the lower cut oil branch on hist Tuesday they found thIskeleton of a man lying on tho upper side of a large tree on n steep blul The clothing had all totted or ills appeared except the coat i shoes From tho appearance tho coat tho titan came to his dent I by n bullet wound Judge 111 Davis summoned jury and hold IIan inquest and tho jury after viewing nnd making n senrchoj tho remains returned the follow ing verdict 1lle the jury summoned toin vestigato into tho cause of the death of an unknown man whose remains were found on the hill just below the lower cut air brunch about onehalf tulle from the tows- s limits lind as follows The flesh hndnil rotted away nnd tie skeleton had fallen to pieces t nnd no paper or other evidences could bo ascertained We found evidence front tho coat suilicicnt to convince us that the man had come to his death by a gun shot wound and from a 10 cent coin found by tho side of his bones dated 1003 we lind that he came to his death since 190IJ and that his name or the cause of his death is unknown to us and judging from tho appcranco of his teeth and othor parts of his skeleton ho was a man toast fifty years of ago Wo found that seven of his ribs had been fractured at sotrjo pre viols time nnd had healed nnd that five of his upper and lire of his lower teeth had been lost some time before his death thisihis m1LISON x WttioiiT umurkIIO A HAUINS W CfNNIXOIIA- MJ ION us DOK BrmhT G W SBWKIX Since the inquest tho authorities enoughIt1 I that tho main name was Churls Miller who boarded for two or three months with J D Nol who copeI appeared nnd no one know what 1had become of him Tho art dunce seems to ho strong against two men who lived near here nt tho time both of whom tire t in the custody of the law but no for this ct in1- o11U1tUlat WILL OUT Annoyeon Friday night tiled a suit against Brcathitt county for the possession- of tho bridge across tho river and for 15000 damages No one need bo alarmed at this suit as the town conveyed to Brcathitt county all its right title land interest in the right to build said bridge before tho county began building it We think the main object in bring ing the suit is to try to hamper and und annoy the present county administration NOTICE Wo are selling all our winter goods nt very low prices preparing make room for our new spring mfhiringocourt o o our great bargains FlUKSTBIN EUSTEK Marriage Licenses Tho following marriage licenses have been issued during the past weekOscar Little of EJkatawa anti Miss Margaret OConnor of Jack son Cleveland Hays of Seitz and Miss Eliza Howard of Rousseau Win Burnett and Miss Rebecca Miller both of Jackson Grove- Spooky of Rose Fork and Miss Fanuio Hensloy of Leo City IIige Collins and Miss Elizabeth Ncacc both of Roosevelt P L demons and Miss Mattie Chapmanboth Jackson The Governor hits appointed tho following State Board of Equali zation J F Porter Dixon A G Rica Russollvillo F J Campbell Somerset J 13 Steedman Louisville M J Mengher Frankfort R K Hart Florningaburg II T Strother Winchester fI IINoxrgl A willnf mo at once fbCr accounts not March 1st will p Placed injTtlio hands of an ollicer fur tolfixjfripn 1518 i D G 1 IIIN Ierrumr hnoprocesses nro ngrease prawaj tth jlsebet toms arc prepared thux bTOn Iloltl covered with pure Brcn1o lr Biict nnu orarqlare the box the tfrertse hehigiiitt oat sorb the fragrance In thepiiiprocesj timfbeing substantially tlio Same Iu boil cases the t chtcte becotu toreatoll with the essential oil mid odor of flow era vt Floonfn ball of solid Iron in lowered Into a HMM of liquid Iron by means of a ffletalfork tho bull at first sinks tethe bottom with tho torkllut In a Tewiie odds It lcnc the prongs anile rises to the surface where Jt continues to Stoat un bythelug whereby It becomes bulk for bulk 1less dense than tho molten metal Tim lnr nod the Strord In all governments there IIIUlit of nei ccsslty be both tho law aUdlt1iswonl Laws without arms Trouldglve tutt not liberty tent HcenUottsnAiSrflwlarms oJcctlonFresh 11 eat for Stile14 I have mowed hero from Jerrjr county mid have a i housj and Jot on Iligblsndive yfrushbeeflowest market price When in notoCanytlJing in line please call at my place of business oppo site Nancy Halls PS McINTOSH 1 FOR SALE1 One house and lot with about two acres of ground within one half mile o the cot rt house Also eighIttwelft interest in tho John Robartson farm which is situated about Ii miles above Jackson Anyone wanting bargain w iltao well to call on ns G RODINSON 16tf nckson1Y Notice to Claimants On January Cth 19 0 for vio lations of internal revenue laws I seized on the distillery promises of distillery No UHof Elihu Reynolds 103 gallons of whisky two copper stills wand worms 1 copper still J cl1pll tormentors and other distillery apparatus Any person orpersons claiming any or all of this property are re quired to appear the tin r frontsaute if not the will bead vortisod and soldunder Section No 8400 It SU S JL McCOY A Deputy Collector 8th Dist DONT HESITATE To placcyour orders for printing in our hands Wo give great care to f Type Setting Proof Reading and Press Work Jf Wrbn Writo Is to write on bad stationery To right tho wrong got your handlerthe work is done by nu expert workman and the results please intelligent business men Quality and price to suit the purchaser convincefsome you nro reasonable and appreciative well be able to convince you of tho excel lence of our printing Wo want to tell you about it anyway Come in and inspect our samples Tfe Br atfitt County fIeu5 i 3J4EIIPF 5flt- By virtue of Execution No 165 in favor of J W Carilwcll 11astcr Commissiou W H- Dty and James IInrulsC1or one of my dCIUlicswillon MONDVY FEB 2J OO her ween the hours of 12 oclockm lOll ii oclock p m at the Court Jackr son county expose to public sale to the highest bid Jer the following property or so much thereof as may bo neces sary to satisfy the amount of the coststiLot or parcel No3 in said division and known us the bottom and beginning at a set stono in the most northerly corner of A II llargis residence lot thence run ning N 1 K Jolt feet to a set stone on top of river bank thence same course down to the river thence up the river to the lino of 3 S Taulbeos livery stable lot thence with the lower lino ofsaid lot and the lower tine of the John Strong lot to James Hargis residence lot thenc the Jow crime of same and with A II leviedllargis s Terms Sale will bo made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bear lug interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of ii replevin bond This 7th day of February 1JOG Balance debt and interest SJJT advertising 8QO Total 3127 BitKCK CHAWFOUU S B C a ciS 5ESHS3 SEHHSH5HSB5HSE 1 WATCHES m I CLOCKS I SILVERWARE 8- J SILVER NOVELTIES rn OUTCLASS 1 lliUMmtELLAS and all kinds of w IN FIRST AsS JEWECY mS H FLEENORrn m1I szasasEsasasasasasasassp 5J1EFIFF 5IE My virtue of Kxecution No IGOOy in favor ofD MViPuckctt cJvs K S Spradlin which issued from the Clerks oflico of tho Ureathitt Circuit Court Ion one oi deputies will on FEBRUARY 19 19OO between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m at the BIe1thiUCotntsale to the highest bidder the fol lowing property OF so much thereof uo may w necessaryto satisfy the amount debt interest and costs towit Onehalf interest in the two fol lowing tracts of land in Breathitt County first beginningat the mouthof n branch opposite or near tHe upper mill of S P Chand tens farm thence up tho river with its meanders to the mouth of a branch commonly culled the Campbell Branch Burry Shackcl fords line thence n straight lino to two white oaks nmlII sugar tree on the ridge which is marked thence with Berry Shackelfords thencewiththo beginning containing 200 acres also the following landI CoderBerryShackelfords said lino to Thomas Sowolls thenco with Sowells lino to thoI IIIiddown the hill to the beginning j I except coal pit of M Puokott I levied upon as tho property of S S Spradliu i Terms Sale will be made on n I beurlincent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bon This 30th day of January 1000 I BHEOK CRAWFORD S B C fBy S II SiiDUAMj D S I 41 a 600D PLAE u r l 1 TO BUY F good plnee to buy Drugs is IiiII and experience prevail u Jj h1AVE EX 4 mislaletOur5 f tionhereT prescription who is not v PURE DRUGS lNDPREMlcxis= t compoundingprescriptions RELIABLE RUBBER GOODS SupportersBandagesandclung culled for in this market Ifylucall for something we do not hno in stockwe will et It for you without extra charge Cc WE MAKE A SPECOFI FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS JACKSON J = 1do lt Money Saved on F Northwest Trips 1f you are going anywhere west of the2ockiee tins spring we can sayyoumoneY Any day from Irusr 1 sto Apnl7wc will be glad to sell you a ticket from StiVKJortlan dforexample for only 30 The usual price q 1750 staythercif tThisofferedNorthwest III 1 Jt wiltdoiW M SHAW DIstrict Passenger Agents 436 Vine Street Cincinnati O It88 ill 11 hss25dsEs25 S2S252 1Mm w SIExY- r m 1 1tlAUFnCTQ1lt AND kALEIt IV t ill MARBLE AND GRANITE iiuthIts A l and om s ones etisfaetion guaranteed or write for prices and save I Honey by bnyingnon ltB f- jt 22 EAkS 1JRITNCE JFA SON DREAr 1 OUNTY KENTUCKY r rnl5 f p REST ITEL IN TilE J Fl BE BUS TO and FROM I- rOC1Pt i DEPOT ArLINGT i N HOTEL 1L If Ie S s POPI fY 1 Ui r J GOOD LI VEUV STABLE FIRST CLASS SAMPLE 03NNEOTION KOOMS fS525252525252J 525a5csaS2552s2S255ZcfK PLOY DAY Prt3b JSAMum IIEAU Iaf1aBh1er v F P CRAWFORDi sideot EO1iTVANARSDALL Asst gash- z J POSIT BAN K rn ioP KentuCkym Pall U ttltutu Surplus 27100Ot i s L Si a61tEu Ll1 1 68f- i t the Banking Business and accounts of 1M- rn inibei Manufneturels rn Till Dealers J i hicA- I i 4 BMell W r chants m fi almet s 1iTh roughont Eae ruJentueky and offer our Customers 11 rtho most LIB fRAL TERME3li lYithin the ljtlhs of legitimate business o = = P OOLLEOTIONS A SPECIALTY25P- 53SZaZSZSt5d5dF252S25c5z d5au 9YS5 f- y r t- y t1 t I 1 Sa1t 3fJii AIfltC1flr tionai0o at Scranton i arno tM 1D rprcsCntS 1A1 tbtee sc1iO1nrsIIP iI 1b ton BusrneS f Colldffi uica1I On ol address IITT CuNT NEv Jackaon1- S rftko MiVa eur subscrip 1 lion oters Lp ti1 with I pt Rood h3S1 when in rk 1 4 n JIIt 1 Th distinct SB1PC tile Swls S was tlio hab tI ch ytlS their prln clpit Ionat 1 ti audI 1u A pen It ISCUrl e how the leii tonic iwttens t1Jk day prer tho CUtillUNtllttillons the point J 4 kNi1iao IeviI German ofllcc1 1 that whoo the f iad French cuv + airy met iii Itei 18iO the GrS 1 Ctuan Bword bIAilFI flashed tkally over while Ui Prcneli darted litV- i1u Wor1ZlfltUII 4 t n succession of EVCII the 5I Jenl1nn ltCI Jnyn W4t rank wiLl their 8WO ll So tho rKUKllsh at aiWiwBrked ha- vocwwth their1h I + i mercenaries cnrri drabewlng weapoi k atBornlues The FleatfnRsJat Courtra Atet1 their gpdenilBKS fitted alike botl I for qut and trust and finally the Sw103 inatfc pljr wlrb their halberds i It rovemton UI gi1el1ltnfr t i u 1 a for thrust j fbiPwirwltli to pull meti 1 IIIi1dl lKlabon Il11 a broad U ciBst lerrifle wlfljOflS- ItccHblllu to use tho words o EOt Vliiteclliiir eleavIIlS men i llko awetlge anti cutting thora f small plicei One ma IranB10 how such Ii t the end of nn right foot shaft tfiwt have surprise ii Otlfl gentIawo though- r t thcmselnllblynlQft arino 3IncmIhlai4 s AmftnwIbIL h bornyIi lIftnJilihtle r pi emoot Cleusrd-J t Vheigenuine4jL aho na- mpI 7 S E 0 DeWit 1iicago F ir lnres boils cut riPbrutses etc 1 jI It has no equal and affords alincxt nn mediate relief frpmtiffm1 bleeding lIcIiing and irotrudn 11105 Sold b5 Jackson Drug Co f u 4JLooked S J Mrs Jyuies I haduucxpectcd gei- il luck yesterday in lopklBg for a tlaf0 found an apartment house where tilert 5 rooms lire elegant the rent r asonabl Sand the agent doesnt object to chll dren Mrs Blykely3fercv I boo you didnt agree to take it TlJoro must S xomethiug wroilg with tho neIgh I hood CUlcago Tribune j i jul A Queer lllrd W aiural history always Iujcoti chll T ISdrriof the phenomena In their own way k5 tti An account vtlwjhabltof the cuckoa 4SntWe tIme but Vas reproduced thll2 Ie ctew lays later Tho cu jkoo Olt thats tho bird that doesnt lay Its ow A- tcggff II lit 5 S bey never 1II1 it tJMne apd grlPelSlc 5oniacl 5 liver nd hOWi1 erllal verdict of thomai4kot4nrs Tlt use DuWitt LItlepEnrI4 Riser Tllese famous IktIpIiIs u ev head nche constipation us e8l jaun jj dice torpid liver sallow complexion TC j Little Early Risers Jackson Drup SoI ffi 1 f 3ACompliment 1 What did ho sny when you t ldhkD ha was tho worst liar you over k 11110 merely remarked that tin lWbeen tattered betoreSt Louis IspatchiSIt A man endowed with great pcrfec tlous without good breeding Is likeoitQ whs has his pockets full of gold bu always wants Change for hIs ordjnaw S occasions Steele ji- t Sick headache 5 TJiii distressing ailmen fw1lltJ f iMlUoitlorod condltlonBtlraestoina Ml hat Is needed to offecpaVcure II dose or two of Ohambtffai15 oniaci- stiii Liver Tablets In fcthi IS may ba warded off or graitljsji in aavarity by taking o ddse o- tabioti as tn all the I1rs1syin an IUaek appears Sold IJy lie JacJ i Drug Co S 1 1 There Wo CuueI Ilavo you fastened the windows sho asked as they were a cf for the night jretlro Whats tim us07 I gave of dollar I had to buy that b nnd wo need not fear burglars 1 f But they might sit down on my lint you know It Is a wise man who knows his owl business and it Is a wiser one whoi kllioroughly attends to it Wayiand jAfrnhl of Strong Medicines t1 Mtny people suffer for years from 5 5 je rheumatic pains and prefer to do ii- I rattier than take tho strong medicine itf usually given for rheumatism not knowing that quick relief from pain liny be had simply by appllyingOliam berlaln Pain Balm and without tak log any medicine Internally For sale 1 by Ilia Jackson Drug Co FOUND- John W Dean had a pain In his back for bout five years and It finally be 5came so grrat that he could not work In fact could not walk at times 4 fceveiMl physicians failed to cure him but ha found a remedy It was Smith- Kidney and Nerve Tonic For sale by 8 H Stidham 8 Son Sickson I- CYOLETffONTTkRj frACMIdrn tuft in II pItc- b r 1 1 I fft7iTh aJIvti Jt II must alloW t poi44linc5 ralus In lrtku1d hut IrLih r4ijnot qUltj- like other rain It is ai4A rule Unit rain elsewhere and if tbu truth must bo told t like rain so long nil ono tins not to any For the rain it roIneUi every day Irish weather is not so much capricious as qoqucttUb It likes to plague you If but tdjprcpare you to cHJoy the mow its sunny mood ttIUcell filth wall nil Jilght fill lo tho iwkemornlng Irclaml is ono sweet stHll hdsecms to say7Is it mining I was yesterday Ah then Ill rain no more And tbo runnels 16ap and laugh and tlw pastures and very stone walls gltetcn tho larks carol on their odes tial Journey i there Is a pungent Iicaltby smell of drying peat tbo mountains tire all dimpled with the Joy of mo and sunshine the lake lies perfectly still content to reflect the overhanging Inc of heaven arid Just wont your honor 5buy tbo stoutest pair of homemade bpso from a barefooted bareheaded 9ilnughterJIko dewdrops nud n voice that charm tho coin out of tho most cUurl Isb jiursc 7 If on such mornings ns these you do not lose your heart to Ire land It must bo ruada of stern unlm pressionablo stuff todecdBIackwood a MngazlnoPlratliiff Foloys Honey and Tar Foley A Co Chicago originate lotuiy and Tar ua throat and lunj remeily and on Veeount of the grea t merit and popukrTty ofFoleys lions I und Tar ml1lty iUar ire offerei for the Beriu tceTiies3 worthless Im itatlet Hl iveBTTiiirsoundIpg names new Jii ihellfiTiJ genuine Fley- Ilo p sdTari Iii Ii ihluw iianr- SI1 IorjVand refuse any sub titute t Is IIie 8t remedy for coughs ari voldsX Jackson Drug Co Strlctlr nanlnriP May I nsK Jf Ijitui in the market for a hid for your affections nsHcd Ul who dld1verytblug in a business IIkewnoff You must go to par before I cnn take any stock in your offer auswere 2 the dutiful brokers daughterBaltl more American STi o Martyr Polly So Mrs Hlghnieres busbam has devclopod bad habits now did you bear Qout It Dolly Ob Mrs Hlglimere I vltct U9 all to nn afternoon tea Bojsbu could toll us haw pin suffered 1 s4Ieuecl Brooklyn Eagle jSle Knew DeNt j V1IPI lime paw professor Oi e you9 fferluB wucjj froth your hea l acl Professor to hIs wiferBnjr AirVgWfc do I suffer much from m tbeadttMjFlegendc latter One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any hnrmful Drug andi has been curing coughs colds crou p and wherSpTnc cough an ldn2 that it IllIf iTtvenlttelf to be a tried and trui lend the many who use No nee so lea of your clifld clinking from crouji PUO Minute Cough Cur handytlij4e Jackson Drug Co Aliont the Fern upposcd to seed oat 1 atMi thus to posafe 3S 0 sImm jj rtfer for which It M d becpme almoi icreti The gall ring of tire meed w elleved to bu n iitli 000511 Istier 1- Ii 1 vet iu his Igule ini pnbllsiie In IGSZ sya 3Ibw lIseouro hatIiti been tibotIt itLetin Of CLII 5Ct which Ju lou irfe o jfrsamaslca herb on the night ummcra eve and I remember I wasfflkd of one aim 0 went fo gather it and Kwplrlts whisk cd by his cars like bUfteV and sonic times struck hIs bat an tket parts of his body In fine Iliougir lie apprc bcnaed bo bad got a quantity of 1 t- nrds cured It In papers nnd pox be slde when bo got lipmo befound all cnvity But most probabktb1s appoint la of timo and hours l 4 Uie dovlj S iii Institution as we UI time fact liaviujj once oust d people 0 au15lerico to lila rule Ihijfliiy wIt more facility oblige tIme tr1cte r vassalage x 4AECI S 1his isto ertity tiitIIl ire a to reunour mono ir 4 vs Uonoy ndT C fails to curC- I nigh or Cold It slops time cough itie lungs and prevents serious front a cold Cures la grippe and prevents pneumonia anJ aPtfoni Contrlns no opiates SF is in a yeljojv package itllutes Jackson Drug Co rUT of Great CliurclicI man Advertiser gives tho fol 1 atlxtlcs of time capacity of the rcLes of tire world allowing Ln fJ every square yard r Persons Sq yds- I 87000 9250 1 SiOOO Loon IO 6400 olosna 21400 C10- 0dml 2 300 C075 t r lidfal 24000 0000 Constantinople 23000 CT50 St j9t4iL Z2900 6725 21000 6259 Pisa cathedral r MOOO 8250 fit Stephen Vienna 12400 3100 St Dominic Bolpena 12000 800- 0fitTeter8 nolnaj 11400 2850 CatltMral of 2720 Bt Marks The plaun 8iuOOO wlt1estl lImits persons to tim S- tsjuaro tulle Iioi JOQOallowh g Zour to the annie 11l1pJamllltary array 208000 In ifcinrrowwit limitsI lot comprising tt ortleoM of the PIS nazi Itu8tlcuckiJOOO wrowded aud 1iOO In rrmy 5 t ot ao srws Lczt Rumors tttnftrrit ehr tnc eases take n itatlcuiood 0m IglrM heal thrbl d uppTytto Jfalteete part heals aiUthe sorel eriptlons scabs 1j1the awful JtchlnK Dn- dbarnllll dr eczema swiIhIng sup I purittingratcrbiure eta Druggists flample freesJTd prepaid by wItlng Blood Balm CoAtIanta Gn Describe troabfb and tree medlcal advice sent sealed l tter RethedyCures ic i Charles Iml n nl Tob w f Charles Lamb according to hlf otra onQtlHlcrOously the roar clay S in company with Dr Parr the laftrTSskcd him how be managed to ncqulro prodigious power By tolling nftc It ns some men toLl after virtue was tbo prompt reply As bo advanced lu years however Ella was obliged to relax hits intima cy with tho weed so that to uso his own words bo was llko n burnt put volcano emitting nOw nnd then only a casual puff Eventually bo took lila formal leave In n Farewell Olio to Tobacco and In forwarding n copy of tho poem to Wordsworth bo writes fl havo had It lu my head to do two years but tobacco stood in Itsowttl I light when It gave mo headaches that lreented inc rilugitig Its prlllsc 1 ClmmlittrlalitH Cough Rciiied the Mothers Favorite The soothing and healng properties uf this remedy lu pleasant tastQani plompt arid permanent cures havi male It a favorite alum people everj where It LI epeulally prized 17 mother of small children for colds aroup and whooping cough NWal ways affords qi iok relief and as It eon tuba nooiplum or other harmful drug it uiftyTefjvdn nl confidently to a as a For sale by tin Jackson Drug 06 Time Missouri 1cl c Kalhvny Co- St LouIs Iron Mountain Southern Kallway Co Special round trip Home ckOf1 excursion tickets will bo pu first and third Tuesdays of Janu arynd5 February luOdJ to vast territory In Missouri Kansas Col oradb Arkansas Now Mexico tQ all points il- lixasOklaliotna and Indian ritoryat a rate of less than one fare for tho round trip from St Louis Liberal stopover privo lagos Return limit of twenty ono days also on same dates vil sell one way second class colonists tickets to same at reduced rates Avail yourself of this rare opportunityto visit time ountrywlllch Is now attractingLi- mo attention of the Hoiriesceke- niid nvefltor For lI jripiie lit eratiifo and further information address f gO Townsend G P T A St Louis Mo- A to Gallagher D p A 415 Walnut St Cincinnati O For JJIllousiifKH nUll Sick Head dw Vt nche jjfa Take 0rifna Laxative Fruit S n sweetens the stomach nldidmiL- ion and acts as a gentle stimulant on the Hvpr und bowels without irritating thesa organs Orino Laxative Fruii Syrup cures biliousness and habitual constipation Does not nauseate 01 gripe and is mild and pleasant to ink jHemembar tho nnmeOiiso and refute WSBeeept any substitute Jucksoim- DrmgCo nrfRllt Avpr Noahsjjrlfc ration boy In an ex was called Joan of Are Water wrqtq qnotlipr J 1 composed of two gases oxygen aiid carabrlgen Lava said a third is what tho bar ber puts on your face A blizzard declared another child is tIme Inside of a fowl The DUUncllon Do you Biiytbrtt as n lawyer or n man exclaimed an exasperated wit ness whom a lawyer was cross exam liming If you say It as a man jt is a He and a slander but if yousdy It as- a lawyer Its not of tyo slightest con sequencc 1 don Telegraph Fear l ih planted in us as n preserv aLive fronTevil butlts duty like that of other passions is not to overbear reason but to assist It Johnson AH oldtime cough syrups bind the bowels This is wrong A new Idea was advanced two yeara ago In Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar This remedy acts on the muoous membrane of time throat and lung and loosens Itho bowels at tlim some time Ii expels all cold from the system It clears the throat trengllanstJe mucous membranes relieves coughs cold croup whooping cough etc Sold by Jnikson Drug Co ruinklii Lnntrrnc The puffer or swell fish has time power to distend Itself with nlr lute tho shape of a globe Japanese living In the Ha waiian Islands make ot tbo skin of the big putTer found In Hawaiian waters an odd and grotesque lantern When time skin of the big puffer has been tlrst removed while It Is still soft It Is stuff ed out to Its full size III globe shape and so left to dry Time skin Is not much thicker than paper mill translu cent brown on time upper part and gray below The fins are preserved mid dried sticking out from tho fish thu tall beI- ng perked up at an angle A circular opening Is mado In tho back through which tho light can ho placed nudln which Is set horizontally a hoop or rim by which The lantern can be suspended Such a lantern made of a big puffers skin may be a foot In diameter cross wise and fifteen inches In length and what with the head of time flab appear lug at ono end and tho porkod up tail at tho other und the tins projecting at the sides thIs fish skin lantern makes a very curious object New York Her all Just a little Kodol will relieve that fumes belching gas on the stomach and all other symptoms of Indigestion Kodul digests what you eat and ena bles the stomach anddlgestlve organs to perform their functions naturally Sold by the Jackson Drug Co RemidyCures j I ti i TO DLCATEWOMNV- oti will never get well and strong bright hap p and free from pain until build up your constitution with a nerverefreshing bloodmaking UkeSilin0oJrdQj It Makes Pale Cheeks PinkI vlt Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache- ekKe Ijdwel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstruation dragging down pains etc It la building strengthmaking medicine for women tho only me Jleno that Is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WKITE US A LETTER feee4 y and wnkly In strictest eonfiJ dce tothig ue all your symptoms anJ trouble We will send free advice On pWn iSMltt envelope how to AdvisoryPfJtTheCkaUaAOo htt1nOOtI Tina = Men Pit Sixty In Dunrer More than half mankind over Mxtj i f r from kidney aiui ildderenirgPiUeIiif prostate glawl TIU Is mud dnngorou andt Fbleji RIder flure should ha taken at time fir4 Mi ff dancer as It correct lrreBuUrltie tWlias eUred w ny old men of Li- iiitate Jfr Itodnev Burnett tel f f f Me write 1 suffemi with SlWdTRiotaie Rlnd and kldnej rouble for years and after takinc Iwo lottIri ur FuIiij ldIl1l1Jure I fall mistier than I lie for twiHj year itiiomighi I ala how 01 years old Jack ion Drug Cd Fine Trains to Florida Via Southern Railway and Queen Crescent Route jr iI Florldft Llmitedleaving Lotus ville 8 a fl1atDan ville KyvwUh s Jid train of P lllnn ilcepers and yeUbultd conchei via lmaLailongft alll 11ntalrrlvllljl Juk onvile ai 8 m nnd 3t Aigmilthii 10 n m neifdny wIthout phaiigH Dining car iiPrve all neals enrmte iI jTda Spfclal leavlnR Iulnlll 75p m narrie tiliservntlon sleeper Louisville Inlaily except Sunday st AaRUStine vitlmUt ollanfI via OhatanooKa and Allt lat snrrlvhK Il1ckeolvlll 80011 tn and St AlR1 IIreDt 10 o ra next day From Dan ville hut U 1ihid train of Drawing Uonm Sleepers Oomposffcar Obier lpjtig W rveI all vutlon cur etc Land of tin I TOUII1vllltatO35a m with thrnugh JnclcwnvillB via A hevll1e Olurobia mind Savannah arriving Jdukaonvllle 0 a mi Winter Tourint Ticket good lelun big until Mill31st aTe now on sale at Lox IhatesSVariable tours gilng via Afcheville and Land of the Skit and S1iiiiiir- Oiunry and etmirniimgvhs AtUnia and Chatnllllogllurvl lverl Fur the Land of timckynid Winter Homes rather linhdiomplj illu irnled booklets folders ralelIetc addrtt any aROiit of the Scuthttrn llv or O II Uungerfordp P A Luisvllle Ky 5 0 B AllenA St Louis Mo W C RinearJon G P A QI 0 Route CliicInBJTtj SUxrtllnSf nut True People illlt f j oVi1 aeru horrified on learning of tiieburnlnuof a Chicaco theater In whfelirrarly sIx hundred people lost their lives jot more than lice tlmSs tbls number or over 3000 people Med from pneUm mla In Chicago during the seine year with scarcely a notice Every ono of these cases of pueunpn1t resulted from a cold and could imavo berm prevented by time timely use of Olianiberlaliia Cough Remedy A grca many who had every reason to fear pneumonia hut warded It Itby pile of this remedy iThe follpwtitg Is I1nlllI stance of timid lor Too rauch can not be said in fvorJf Chomberlaiiis Cough Remedy and especially for colds and Influonza I know that It euredl daughter Laura of II severe cold and I believe saved Tier life when she was threatened with pneumonia VD WILOJX Logan N Y Sold by Jackson Drug Co Free Itccllnlnir Chair Curs Tho Southern Uallwnyhave Inaugu rnttd free reclining chair car service between Louisville and Kvansvllle on their fast through trains leaving Loii Isvillu 730 t in nud 5 p m dully timid runnine mlid to KvansvUIe with out change fhlll hint alllo operated free reclining chair curt on nlgbl trains from Lexington HIM DnnvHl to St Louisalio Pullman Sleeper through from Danville lo St Louis the Southern Hallway Is 23 miles th shortest Irvin Louiavlllo to IJvartavllle nnd43 miles the shortestlo St Louis 5 Dont deceive yourselM If you have indigestion take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It wIll relieve you Un WE Uocutt South Mills N aSaJII 101 was troll bled with chronic Indigestion for sev ernl years whatever I ate seemed to cause heartburn sour stomach fluttering of my heart and general de rcsslon of mind and body Mv drug gis recommended Kodol and It has reo eved me T can now eat anything and sleep soundly at night Kodol digests what you eat Jackson Drug Co YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Mrs F L Jones ot GalUUn Tenn For since taking Cardul I nave gained 3S Its and am in better health than for the past 9 years I tell my husband that Cardui Is worth Its weight In gold to All suffering ladles ui Heartburn Ircwempt from frequent spells of this dis complaintThe be tome Impaired while a severe gnawing or- burntngsensationtsex periencedln the upper of the abdomen Heartburn Is one of- thomanywaystnwhich the digestive organism disapproval of 111trentmcnt warns you to be careful Dr CaldwellsLaxa- tlifSyrup Pepsinrives instant relief In all cases of heart burn and toning and strengthening the stomach and bowels prevents a return of the trouble PEPSIN1tarising from thp stomach bowels llvet purRcanchildren nnd grown folk- sDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN haldollnr itdoesVnur postal card request wOl farlntr hr retum- pnatl our new boket PR CMDW3LtiilOOK OF WONDIkstn1 Ire umpl to wondsrumgicdyPEPSIN SYRUP CO Montlcello Illinois Sold by JACKSON DRUO CO ORIND Laxativefruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic cOQ stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Price Boo JAOKSQN DRUCx GO I KISLTHK COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS kingsNew PriceFOR100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK One bottle oi Smiths Kidney and Nervo Tonic cured Marion Hall of a weak back It was so bad that he couldnt riot up when he rut down vvhhout being In cutitlnoiis rack of mUtlrj fur at least one hour Sold by S II Slldhntn Son Juckioii Ky Price I06 per bottle- OIORGITQWN mXINQTON TRACTION CO Cars lave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 n nitoT p iiand at 9 p m I saro Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single rare 40 centsS Leave Lexlneton for Georgetown every hour from 7 a in to 1 p in exce- ptllamolp tn8p m und 10 pm Leave Georgetown every hour from 0- am to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 m and 7 and 911 m Y ALEXANDER President I RAILROAD TIME TABLES ILexington Eastern Ry VINTEU 1IMIJ TAIILH EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2J 1C05 WEST B01HSTJD tIoi Noj Dally Duty Bx Sunday EX Sunday AM rn- Lv Jackson 025 225 U A K Junction 629 280 Elkstawr Ofe 2B4- Onkdale 040 210 Athol OCO 2 60- Tallega 7 01 3C4- St lichens 710 816 Beattyvllle Jun 720 826 Torrent 747 847 Natural Bridge 801 401 Stanton 828 430 Clay City 887 439 LA E Junction 010 503 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