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give atiatnctinnoThe only consolation if consola friSgrasp Dr G W Conner the dentist a uses Odontundcr and nil approved anajsthotlcs for the painless ex traction of teethSlYou have soVdjour tobacco at 4 Good prices nnw buy your wire a 4 Ycook stove washing or sewing ma gtchineof Bud Brother ShpS Shrout has all kinds of a 4 i burial clothes and everything usu 1 y nlly kept bym firstclang Funeral thIa 1egrouuclsuite lob lng blanketed with snowi fr uvory severely cold spell this win ter ijI tcLWI your ev i iIfui Yll turnnri C t iiinidyuu m not th tt pble tcJq SIIl1c fallow iim rId to I ier 1trnei UnlltlhAltrouih The answer WIIShI think 41C 1 It 14 ru1ar1abIy Ituut1i And tIi fellow HSicntud 4 I now have thf lu ryefit stuck uf hlldPfi4 eaih or crtdlt- 4t TSiinr p Ii ridvvfl like pltttt rout Mm grinniti 4fhlrouting by tho It in re Mititifnctnrv thnr that done trV tJItJIIJtI or tiny otltur innku of 4iii the market Iluy u ChattiiiiougA tiudyou will be pltIId We sell tile Lender cook Move n 4 and abJj tIInd firstclass hardware Come to BflOTHZR4ICOaStover t 5S a1r1s Stoves A Stove Stoves- I 1J0re cook stoves atBndBrothere Sj Sthan in any store cast of Lesing a qI ton Ky taA WAKTSD NKWA There wa1 aa very eager crowd of peo le here Sat TobaccSAssociation They were gratified by favorable reports Inthu afternoon ind went home meullurablysaUsOell l There were no CouriorJournalH undSS + ii the stock of Enquirers was snapped ip some payinjr ten cents for a copy f s Oir nue CHATTAKOOO A As the J approaches xju will he look r Japrlng yoUr npPJ Of implement be ready to pitch your crop possible moment DontJ ioso and tnotmy by using soaie V t Jteavy hHrdrQQnlu when you cdbuytbeChiitttanooga that rans r BO strongly built that it 4 m does not breakevery tiniu you turn around 1BBUGOIITSSlrOUtha8ab0U It s 35 buggies on band which were t i shipped to lflo before Xmas He b will Mil ttheae at a reduction in price to sake rcomfer2 carloads which will arrive Jn March Re tt eabertohe HjnT Kill last better hereit1c1ihadplentyft1me I o harden or credit itfi THE WKATHEK The weather the IIcellaed foritorealdagalnst It A itycweek piled Pelibn on Ossa and sent the temperature eeroward wherein it hovered for some time and th a rose to a thawijgdegree in titI fIun while it froze in the shade n y Saturday night it sleeted and made idI5t1I tbeea oiled and polished Sunday t Monday and Teadliywere bad 1 f1 days for traveling J y 44 JOB IlUHTiHG Remember that THE OCTLOOK is prepared to print letterbeads noteheads billheads Statements earr cards labels SISuf business stationery oath bestI 1 Wtockin tasteful style at tho cost 5c BOBable prices COtBpareonfl7 Work tt with 1 f tt4 job oce and fyout f s Wt your aivantage to Id0 your tl werkt tJt 0 I17ft We aUaprint posters dodgers j 1r iI t iaphl tiundeverythIn uu r eouotrYlJfbomcerli deedsjuaiit1tyblank i rrftc i t h to t l11eyH HI 0 bIti fi 1 f t lr f Y i roSs 1i ft t 1 t f t 4 oT b1QDi t J fi t 1iJ 1rr1 1 f i A 11 fi li ll J Jow orII Ii pi r Jr 1i SS 71 asJWERS0NAL ctL ofV i 7 7Ofl nnd wire visited j lust weekjnelltcrl 1q so Play tviroil frubi hii illnvxs q SIT1flSrfl iiTis retHruci to relatives a tilt Stor Jesse Jackson anil three sons of Spencer came Sunday to visit O W Jionaker Miss Jane GaltskiSl of Winches ter came lust week to visit her ulster Mrs Jesse IlniuptonC CtIaaternooflucy Brunt Arnold of Newport chivab went hnnatipurchase a spring stock fur SSlesser O B Brother returned Friday pUIchuSIIIJIEmil Stein came lust week to visit his brotherinlaw L U Slessor Ho thinking of locating at borne point in Kentucky Allen Spence und MM Annie Hnrrod the leaders of theSanctillcu tion church in tim eastern part of the county wore in town Monday Jacob Warner who has been in poor health for some weeks and has not been in town Is seriously HI now with kidney trouble His many friends hopo he will recover shortly Mitt P Jones and wifo cliu laat weekto visit the formurspnrtiiittirJ nea and wire Mrs Jones was be re marriage Miss Carrie Fuller of lilooiiiflold 111 They were wedded mlluyfrlondshis happy venture Gay Shrout of Shnrpsbitrg will take u position in the drygaods store of Goodpaster Co Feb 14 He is hnvhgbeenmrpsburg und 911 the road as drum mer tar several years He Is u pup ular yourg until und will boa decided acquisition tu this firmthFletcher Crouch sold to Egm arp thirteen 80 lb shouts ut3 50I per head SIYoung lumlis us tusuiil are coming during the worst weather of e winter and are hard to Buve Oscar B Brother returned Saltir tluy from Chicnaowheie he bought tirinWillis Mneiuiby of Latter coonS f anti Miss Obulu ACtiining ol e traten part rti were war ried llyUevj H KiiqTin in tho County Clerks ntlioc Thursday seTOHACCOTuy on Monday delivered to Hob ertem Stone 22000 lbatif tobaccu grown cn eight acres of Seth Bolts farm on Flat Creek und cold at t uf cents per pound ehstitIIcereek Bath Countr will be discmi be MingK F D Route No 1 Mark Tlioinao of Flat Creekhad young mare that ho recently re fueed 100 for to die btcauie of in ility to snrulhiw her feed after chewing it A veterinarian couldut l name her disease J tiidUnion Church will give a Vulentine1 Social on Tuesday evejiing Feb 141 at seven oclock at the church There will be u sale of both fancy and useful articles WINTER TILL MIDDLE OF MAW U The groundhog could have sell Ills shadow at noon Thursday if he badJifttle enough gumption to leave his warm winter quarters and face th nearzero temperature So there will be six weeke more of winter There would have been as much shine or no chine g CARD fir THANKS Not being t personally acquainted with the people of this town we take this method ofthanking them all for o their kindness to us during the o illness and death of our baby daughter We shall never forget their goodness to us in our sorrow MR AND MBE LAWUKNCEMAKWOOD HoaKiLtiNO ANbDOOKILLING Walter Coyle bad a nice drove of twentyseven hogs averaging about 00 lbs Tho fore part of last weekI dogs got araong them and killed oq On Thursday he 80ldtJleI h8rp8burgInasFriday night before he deliveredI them dogs got among BndI killed three more and crippled tw 1iWalter heard the dogs utter themI dingown residents a DEATIrWoodson to ocloekTuosduymorninjr of consumpI tIter1lngLickThursdayMr Slirout was aged about forty years und was a native of this couu tyasanof George W Shrout de c Benhrout He T an allround mechanic and a superior workman h a quipped shop in Mt Sterlingwhere yeapastFerflntpartsofthiscountypreviously is a daughter of Wirt W Clark and i- lalsterof Bud Clark the Flat Creek lijMtin the llfe Jnsurance company repre senled by tJol S ParcdII He Wtsa good and useful man and his decease is mourued by inuiiy rflla tlve ud lrlouth I I r Pure thoroughbred Lgt Brihiu pullets und cockerels for sale at ItVbuheyYES 5flITudvurtiso is a dutuolistrntcd fuel the cope of R W Ileflin ti rocket store tuna He has built ti aJlno business hero nnd besides going to establish racket store Morehead B liigatairof the Presbyterian church ordei- is OUTLOOK from loroz nji5 tirreekHome Peewee Vallpy K uyu incceptedHome Itentc hadissue T RENTED Poon HOUSE FAnSIThI Fiscal Court on last SaturdayTfe t ceived bids for tho keeping of the county paupers and renting the Poorhouse farm for another year Two bids each were put in by John Tincher the present keeper an aco Kilmund Q Well The bids were deemed too high and wero rejected As a matter of economy and for saving time the bidders wero poi milled to put in new bids John Tincher wns awarded the at a saving to the 20 over last yours coutrlictI ON TOE Jcsir Wallk proprietors of the Illinois furniture Ptorps Imvo dissolved partnership Mr Wallk will remain in the business and will be most g iiiratertilw tohociiPtom Mr Will Nixon will be manager of the new concern which kt arts out with every propped ofte lest success PeorialllStur Mr Nixon writes that be will continue his auction business too itI is on the jump now GOINO WETA BlhulBtrbee has eold hits farm to lIme1l wieirfield Macoupin county 111Fome L me in March Mr Barbed will have a FUO of his personally at his e tlSherlmrnthas u large lot of fine horse work ptnck cuttln feed U 1n tIupIementll See bills for particulars eas Mr Bnrbcc is flrstclnss citizen eas and his nmnvnl will be a distinct loss to hits community d the whole t naIlntyiloks HEOOIXG John K RichInrrt who wiis next on the list of igib1es to Albert Shrout for our bIhervurebeh4 to run a racket store for W Heflin nad in consequence th eflw ca plrriernext on the iL tTJroin operation Feb 15 asToKtmnatcis Tames A Barnes his instructions to secure a carrier nnd put him to work if the P 0 Department has not randb an appointment hythMtII whilland the tnnrnlig daily newspapers on the day of their publicationbe LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Sales have been largenotwitlistand he ing the extremely cold weather hal ye receiptsWbiietho Bi not exreptionally good quality du or in excellent conditional brought satisfactory prices some grady showing advances For common th red und mixed trashes the wRrketI1J showed firmness There was also a ophered loaf these generally sailing at full prices No change WAS noted d rifferings tldidprices than were realized last wetkI silionssmall with prices generally firmnlThe offerings of new dark tobac ha co were light some of the tobacco th belngdecldedlyplor and in badth hIlrmot in firstclass orderbrought out ediuniondaraslticnedu oflitrAuction stiles for the Louisville se warehouses firtho week amounted to 2824 hogsheads ofwhl h2302cwere Burley and 609 dark The now crop Burley sold amounted to 2271 hogsheads and of dark to225 toLouIvilIoto 13977 bojjrh adffof Bur evndt4065 or dark making a total oft18QfS This compares with Idotalt flgggcrop have amounted to I80lhr s heads as against 12622raVreoason u hbogeheadsmaking total of 433 the ficeIitt age of rejections toauctlonsales berg 1C Receipts forth wClkt were 2500 hogsheads nail since Janurry 1 they Intedt g4 14477 as j r lalSAW WILD TLHKEY Sinn 110I Cliiin of lower Slate Creek FasI while on n visit to his fathers near Chestnut Grove school tiRe ho oOllsTlletdl theIlnnP11thllt wild turkeyn hud abandoned ihis county forever BABI liDiEuLtwrenceind e Marwoud husband und wife ur I5enpe rformers inMcDadesHliow ut FratmuiisIItill The geegirlISundaymight dogTho uf1eof tho M E th taehis of hetheirland rendered what assistance they al edterth ni beghtlythe public they all the while con so wed with anxiety for their suf ritig little one Their grief when eir loved e garyIATR3T moil TOUACOO A8SOCI d IOS Cinciiiimti 0 Feb 0Si t cli tiu diiisBurley Tobacco Growers Assuciu tlons corner on the Burley market ay be transferred froiuJSew York chlvedSt iinewartlion lie said that wiiiluua the gen it proposition of putting up the 10000000 to pay for the tobacco ho und tho sig tareedon some ot the sido Issues Aconfereiiun was begun In New York today that will determine flu all whether all the shall ho rePStuwurt will start forCliicinnuti with tliu best proposition tliuj astein cot Ilntu asked to make little Cl tliiscintiatitlircHhed out here Stewart vLIi6 still ptimlrtie In hi l brtetuetitconfirmed Saturday that tlse deal WIH practically nettled lie laud no rIty from the Cincinnati tobacco FlelsritaleyMclvor interusts uu udditioiisl tIOO 000 JiiraihIreIit failure to get togerlier utter it had been announced that UlrJ tiling WitS agreed on rnuld nut bo teriutdre ittrgainthe profits tutu the bocurity they5rn ure to have fur thLrr VKbtment fjt ibhtiroetetL in u night So long as theru h US no cloud usj the horizon of this si wo yuldB B UIOSTAF1Cl1urlerJ- ournolI cantleave the niuuutainsithink I can do more d it is not often thy Und u mat o is willing logo there atd lives the aliswcr that B fogataiFcome chaplain of theConfederute l Bowl at Peewee Valley and to e up ohtitoline been for 2 fteen wi hiarsA daring fearless soldier fbi I rode with met Itringand limb in defense of the cause c which he espoused more stanand laughing at danger and reo ty juicing to face the enemy in nh ch en fight A soldier by instinct wa d nature he is still a war rl but for a differentclluse IIncl 1ag Efferent weapons He is the out der of religion in the wilds of his jtheasing vigilance that made him a liant soldier in the war of the loxtieslife his spirit hiss begun to wane Lo d hits to weaken He clncoaie tasks he has set for hioiselfyet 8 courage is the same In his war for civilization an iico religion he is fightingsnglenand C using the persuasion that an S ost powerful when it comes from 00eidjotindtrne itCYesraugohecistI ide the navy paetantlhothepiOssinctionwith men under other circumstan tIssuits An element in that district ed which is opposed to religion enlightenment did not take kindlyh the advances of tho faeceivedmes but paid0d51 attention to and his bra rr was such hs was neer attacked His qunlitita were known and N SkIponthcrsohdier v lelnienda throughout thb Rtuio t ave begun toquestionhls ability w to carry on the work much longer He is known to almost every welD beiof Morgans command and he is mucJi beloved From this spirit t vaarrllnged to uskMlim to be Ciethe chaplain ofih DiirsT ebeeq Idpreicb to etlIV1 R t2 2 J c riurIcunnol find in iho mountain t wus the desire of his f riends tljsi li li Itfethe proposition was tutido he sur pn ttSpeakingD w eloreednowth n1tei ritheSuch arguments were ninrio b other but Benjamin Bigsluff bus made up his mind to light his own war nail to stay in lliemotintninp ing the good that ha knows le rearnedfroOlloneg the teachings of the Bible at SlpinghendArges of the Bluegrass may be Blentsaebeen Isle policy to learn the need of ki lendLIinede of it nnd u man the st crartent theeminatcdi wehlwo berldlyHid theory fur tho ultimate reoI friqtaelk gOvefs cewillucntinn and refinement inkingIlti therteera oflihiyar their children with ideal retatore unknown in the families of tin mountains and with tho reo orenientqit athity of ambition thut is belt paspisyediliea Unit luive licei uffectud by the theory of M r Bigstuff He bus otigrit about wide results in iiiVWII LtI butorIftiiJaniin ocuIiurythat ncighborHood In 1861 he the ieIrIsItA ineGe ponthimainedwas captured during the Ohio raIdrestu5aJ1auirxJ adwhopidomlle went immediately IuthI nnd Joined Morgan at Abingcion Vu and remained with him until ho General was shot Ho surren le red in Georgia May 1865 th IuTheretiamsIOR dmnk n lot of whisky and did a lotn sorerkit woIsottufltj lyLIonwasSeurchbeen on a for three w e ItI Ifartedplbadraurchotsknghto and I have been in the mouoe tains ever sin lelI would like to come down to tbchorne lint I feel that my work rlupshallspend the rest of my days do what I can Ion the work of tIliefo 1Mrevotsfor fie f8U Then heJ Itmotnedjunducted Utreekyears tragodone at Frozen Creek but ho isve IsWthreekschools however are only n smulltl vertleusefoeafluence for goad So evthere peace of time world has decllntl tutotunity thofa gnebaek to the nvauntni ins latendticedpluck that made him a frarless spout in the time of warR FOR SAUIiiI will sell my t51It In rs Tluelhiflh lbs JquwTGunoi LL rfro Mc1NTIRH DENTISTIEihtntt building opposite Owing aLltUC5iU5s ntsVltLE KY P Savoyards Louisville IsatJI Washington Jun 2MI believe was George Sfljvyn the fumotis w it win gave the order in t London Vlub Waiter spittoons for two II Mj u Jacobite enormity squire ibe CtumnPdeonu to which tho oilier retort hAf1d I ppit on your pretender HIRcknunts dui life passirig Rolutd iil Olivers like thus lillY licdn man with ppfttoons litYEilJIiBeclhlllil CClu1IIe rlelifrus tunnns tonk nu oillce to which lie wis not elect hehlghestllprice und the beneficiary in pence nf John Sun ford his comrade in war and eulogist in death the grave wits not green over him when Jot ackburtt begun to fetch stud carry r Bill Gnebul und it wits Goebel w ho tnnle him Senator No other man thut I ever heard of in Amer ats history eve paul such u price o 12Nitop of Oralclass great men more flti Kentucky needs it Never inL e history of thold Common Noenqrtsom Kentucky since 1865 I fort to nasweJnmes Guihriewho sue ed Lazarus W Powell as Gir ttDtsis succeeded John 0 Breck ridgo That was the calibre of ecstiivky stutesmtinship for that ird of u century Then the voice Kentucky was heard clear across e continent nnd to the uttermost parts of the Union Who pays nny uttention to whot Kentucky pays cures fur what Kentucky thinks 1005 In 1866 the Demucratii rty wits in ad bad u fix us it is Who brought it out of the vclitlernesB and set itOil its feet wos tho Kentucky Democracy howouhiI entrust thejib loBln k rn or Brckhum It was tho re gttniatiots qi the JcnltlckDelll racy inlSBGrhnt jtsve inspiration the Democrats in State EorthWilY for the election of old Bill Al tt to the olllce of Governor ofOhio Flssible1IIldSenate in 1369 It wns the lunnifeslo of the Kentucky Demno cy in h66 that encouraged the Democracy of New York to milk mm1 J Tilden Governor in 1874 tin d but for the notion of the Ken- ekvDemdcrncy in 1866 Samuel l1dIil cold not have been elect 1876 Presitleulrotvthe United States loiu If that same 18 squad of Ken old tuckiuns had worthy successors in 1005 there would be some hope fore Democratic party in 1008 We would not see the Democratic con ngent in Congress applauding a to President for his patter hiem and following Bryan fur his cialism The Democratic party inl uld have some principles und me virility taut today the Ken to cky uemocrucy in only and mere aft two factions The mission of get e Is to keep loo Blackburn in the nate and the object of the other to continue Crippsi Beckham bofe the State machine To this cow ver exion hue the Kentucky Deuioc cy come at last HUB it any out lmer aspirations None that I ow of unless it be to steal an ill ction that it cannot get hy lion of t endeavor No man can be elected to office unless ho has the partynom in lit ion and nobody can et the party nomination without but be in accordance with the will of e machine The dual nomination r Congress last year of Campbell ntnihl and South Trimhlo wits e most audacious thing that I er heard of in Ameriranpolltird ose Quuy would have shrunk from DOSS typed would not have not ned it It was n IrulIIcing in time dicial ermine that Irate no parallel ete profane history in u free coon ma y The casting of lots for the stments of IheCrucifiedRcdeemor tIme only thing that 1 know of at arty ways nearly approached e Lexington Congressional Con oc nlion of 1901 We have no know- dge or information on which rm a belief that the dice of the Romlll1 gimnrdi were ltsdaI bnl wis ybody knows that tiuelSLecing convention was fixed II1lncky will not stand that sort of cr ing much longer If the Kentucky Republican inn chine had not been even worse than an spmepublicans worjld laehliIFSltimo last tt tycars Take the bato convention of JtSiV Df Huiter came up from er CeVtMl Aaicrica and fixed itThere was no need of going to tho expense of the Journeyor of the convention terIqnmlng U een Iec for o winner anti lying onto Mar Hanna The only pnlittcal guraj ion Hunter ever hail was not sagacity but an instInctP f8jt lSO Bomewhat skilUti1 zltitjOtt15bii Huattei j ib ST r 4 I oi fiiItIIIII z EUGENE MINIHAN1 is to place get VULCA PL WSThey arnthe best mid tins cheapest for they do tho best wok Ttia stiongJdsts nothing to try outS r IrLOu fEAraBjifBWelr l1l1khl lSl1ndt rrccst Itlld the lowest Mo UI1f Ilandinadi nrtehlll Clieck Llues and BUnd JJrldUs willji tr tlsrrc- lisaof otherkind Come ami sass them uid I ivill SltO you tao i give you Iloniuinndo goods that are warranted EUGENE MINIHAN Owingsviiiev 35 A Ri k j1or We are selling goods at the same place and will be here during the year 1905 Come in anEl see how niuch you eaii save by trading with us White Shirt waist Gdsfd32520e White Granite Chambers tOff Ladies Fancy lIol i prolQci Woud Screws doz 2o yds Narrow Lace fie 5xlB jn Carriage Bolts Z for iu55 pkins doz 50 25 g Hole Wood Mouso Trips Se Tobacco Cotton yd 32 Uc Dour Luck white knob 19j nterns 44 lUc Large Cow hells 2o A AxeCi 70 35c Machine Oil Bottle 3c 1 Lamp Burners 5c Firnch Harps 5IColFfete Hool and 2 Staples 2c Strainers w fi Jft Steel Halter Chum lOc Crush for Towels yd 5c tj mp Chimney Stove lOo CASH PAID FOR EGOS a TWTHE ONE PRICE Cash Storembro- idery 3571012150 Best Ticking j Belts 10 250 Wool Dress Goods 20 3o Curtain Poles 10 ic Dress Ginghams 9ncfoor Oil Cloth aoc Best Percale xyc Oil Cloth 15 tIc Apron Gingham 0 csII Pop MRS p g ESTIUrCjenUi as mntg4rn55iithsisiiry Irpipn its Guifey of Butler countyknowr And when it comes to political idealu he ia in Aaron Kohns class Well the Republicans got rid uf this boss 1 knew they were going do it us soon us 1 found out that Hunter wits plowing with the Dew ocruic heifer The Eleventh die et will not stand for that port of business Hunter now hus un ofllco which he was never eluded and er the 4th of Marcia if he over s unothtr elective office in Ken tucky his name will bo undrr ILl Deuiocmlic rpoFtcrStrunger things huvo happened arid the ductorU u sat lie man politically The Ooruoeratf hud better watch It wus the rivalry between Bluckburn und McCreurjr in 1895 t made the election tothoScnatr the uncpenknhle and impossible Dfhoe It chapter in Kenlucuy his tory that will aghast future gener utions Hunter wdejlilll Senator Hunter will never mnkc another Senator from old Kentucky thutik God Hunter is not the only shackling Republican in Kenttickv not by u hlhelRtpllbllcunnut very to upon very loyely to tlnkllhout The boss lives in UiivinKton nod the rnal devil hiniii lf could leurn ny ItrlfklIf politics he never dreamed of Republican us well us Dtrtnocrutic in thut sonic town nt Jovington attended the State conventions ot tho Deni ISracyquent years and nobody ever found out wjiiit wusthe matter nith Kenton county but there wus rl yrtji heap time mistier wllhhlr1- Andll1m inforined that thcKepuh liiuu oiowd is Jut like time Demo atIc crowd up thereaBut to get back Joe raised this row with Bccktium add the row is incompreiiensible and unique sJtnencf asshnpd pcnfr him TUnSicv7r going his way this play w3 to court McCrejmry ramiimtr than thnbuse Bcckhuci That tiils able hlJurhoa cunty business another casting nt lots for jti diciiil ermine by the way was bound to advance Joes interests Iritre ever was a tinie for silertce ywas the tiny Joe broke silence wits exactly wii Itcckham want- it took publicuttehtion oil tutu jrnflla for the Judicial ermine in the KiJinBolirbon district I fJoi lost tIme Senutorshlp he caniay it lila tongue Whnt the KentiiDewoernc ighi4to do I ho SS not a tiara lois u On vent Isin how i ever over this UiMnts if ii tnn hold un honest tCiinvcnn on art let us hope it has tgiunrrf SATnYAnii WANTED 10b0 A MIN SKUNK and other raw furs at ejcjtriuii ly If- Pices Achdru- ssAEFUKHARDT1 CINC lherehautahAFl ==C 0 flA1IWA5 Trains 22 and 23 curry Dining service MeitlsiulncHrt TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 271903 TIME OF TnAJNS ATIUEPTIINSTATIOSY Eastbound No 26 954 a nu- Nov22 ir49p m No 24 io05 p HI Westbipund rNo 21 my i No 23 143 n mT 5rkNOscept Sunday alt others dailyS 4L SALET Iiitth- iQhurtenl tott 2Jibt I ritrSugufnst Jifdtlc ifJaiiies Sa niel IIIeyj Defts By vlrtlie ofu Jinlirmpiir nnderett by ubovtuumtdXpurt IIH Juiitinry term 1U05 ih nbovcstvltU ensorr will nit Special Coiiunisloner selL to time highest bidder ittiuiUIiu out cry ou SATURDAY FETiRUaiY IStfWti Ieititiiseofl4lcked pofubnal prbliity lowttr One ciutniter 2flJ Ifu her IraictIutt ii 13liOrso power inatle by CIte Ulib Company of Marlon ohms try threalitar tumbtir 1O1 LiWddwitt cloile jMassillCn infido by Hus eif ourlaihit 4small leather belts and snot ImproviS iort Inluerlal AutdinuUi rtruw Sr ck = er number 6818 inadu bj Vfrns ISalotr three nifiifiisi Thiv jiiirchiiRer will be requiroti ts icettlut liotatIwjlt good scPitrfty rtIi Luau tiS5- e pri5i iaathle in Rislu Ivjs iserhiiiR htitrsat iier autaiitt ttiitn halts nijf Pu iii a iiii lb hit i ju u5istit sru 1jrsc w SSS-g I J5r- i tz t b l I It V ti i vfU t I r t rIolL rI I t 4 roCKY j = =t1li lGs L1Vi I t jond ys for rha gar than tbe t t fw inggrns5esthebegXO v1r flhbwa u crown Bud scepter rich In 7 tbIr Jeweled gleamstit rurplefrnnd cold their pride supreme JaboutI 3 toblmv Cattle and field and forestall of them were his ownaWaklnR his dream was broken ijs are L the dreams of men Idly andheI willdream tbeklnDoubts of his Rway apualloO him oft with his fears he fought t Always afleep or waking he dreamed ot a traitor plot lr Klngs they must sit and wonder beggars may rove and sIng I Better the dreams of a beggar than the discontent of a king D Jft In Chicago Dally Tribune lw4 rp Dri and IlBy liVING BACHELIER- AIf k hcr d Eben Holden Darnel di the Blessed Ittes Etc I 4 a jrtititl01b7LothroplubliMugCorap CHAPTER ICo laIin that journey travel so fraught 4 with hardships I wonder that some v days we had the heart to press on i More than all I wonder that the frail i body of my mother was equal to It hVdurance I have written enough to suggest what moving meant in the I wilderness There is but one more 4 color in the scenes of that journey The fourth day after we left Chateau gay my grandmother fell ill and died j suddenly there n the deep woods We were far from any village and sorrow slowed our steps We pushed on com ing soon to a sawmill and a small 4 setStlement They told us there neither minister nor undertaker with in 40 miles My father and Dri made v the coffin of planed lumber and lined I 4 1E it with deerskin and dug the grave on I top ot a high hill When all was 1 ready my father who had always been i42 much given to profanity albeit I know t he was 3 kindly and honest man with no Irreverence In his heart called Dri aside Drl said he ye re alwus been JHore properspoken than I hey Say y j word o prayer Dont much bHeve I could said he thoughtfully I hey been t meet In but I haint never been no great r hand fer raIn I T would nt sound right nohow fer t jo f pray said my father q got s o rough when I was in the army Fraid Itll come a leetle unhandy fer me said Dri with a look of em barrassment but I dont never shirk a tough job et It hes t be done Then he stepped forward took oft his faded hat his brow wrinkling deep and said In a drawling preacher tone ihat had no sound of Dri in it O God tek care o granma Help us fgo pn careful tot when we re riled t help us t keep er mouths shef 6 God a help the or cart an1 the ex in per tlclan An dont be noway hard on Amen t CHAPTER IIwJuno was half over when we came p our new home In the town of Mdr IY ror fOxes a Jd the fowls of t iN1r and their wiLt kin of the forest The road ran through a little valley thick with tlmbejt sftid rockbound within a mile of diall comfortably settled In small wcIa shanty that had a partition of blankets living In this primitive manner until my father and e Drl had felled the timber and built a let bouse We brought flour from Ma lonea dozen sacks or more and While they were building I had to supply my mother with fish and game ad berries for hetabtea thing easy 2 4 enough to do In that land of plenty When the logs were cut and hewn I Vetlt away horseback to Canton for a iui of rum J was all day and halt the 4 HlgBt going and coming and fording tlie Grass took me stirrups under Tbcn the came to thernls- IBgaJollycompany that shouted c Hee ob heel as they lifted each Iheavy log to Its place and grew noisier quailing tho odorous red rum that had r good look toa mighty me although my father would not hear of my tast ing it When It was all over there A t wnolblngo pay but our gratitude While they were building bunks I 1 weBtolltoRwmUl with the oxen for boards and shingles Then short Iyi we had a roof over us and floor a r11t Walk pn and that luxury Drl called apyaz1 although kwas not more tliaa mere shelf with a roof over It bt W chinked tho logs with moss and 4Z paperinknew tthe luxury of the glass pane rThatsummer we changed work y2 with the neighbors and after we had hcped thernawhll they turned to in the clearing of our farm We elled the 5 vtrec IB long bushy windrows hcap tbel42 up wr brush and small c If1witendhchoi pii Vyas over That d6 ft we flred he rows filling tkedcmVbf hwyei with smoke as t nightVwf t I tBy midautumn ye had cleared to Ule imp a ttrIIJ kal down the val lP ley fraffl or door Then we turned h to et The laftd of our neighbors my x I ijm cowitlMe half for I was sturdy and coald swing the ax to a line und V feltvfjeyiR seeing the chips fly But y fatbBf keJJt an iye on me and held 1 ae bask H with a leash r7t v My w9tger was Wten sorely triedy f 1ihe lack pf thIngs common as dirtr 4 1 Kijfe better days Frequently our 1 pitiy ialtiewdcy was white lye v r1 I4e y tlrowiir ashcinders into wmterj Owp itaders were made by t the Mpjif green tImbr Jrlp r aSbe1r +9ftB tkerstallow Z f j ueRrajgraase or raeeoons oil served 1 siontealag IidtelvesotJhf 2s jtt VTPbrTT f f Our neighbors iU J1Ulltato C ioa journey of rlw1 1 iye days gelag ad cbwlag with an bwwUWltm ai7dllicul 1d i oXtME7a ee pt fcMi hollowed the V Bpr TW mortar and tied lj K tbell atle WJt f r ewth i downhic If A tjIOth tt W I oJ tfil 7 1t Is 1Yrt 4cio 1 n tfr LfI4Jo7JootA ti r jJ 6wti 104t tr 1WJ l 1J J iI4StlVf r O 1rjl 4 A J r j l sue that gron t n ror nfl thmgs In o SqIrw j5Q days Ptartash blaCSr tTg West India pipe staves UUW rafts pf timber brought cash buTt o other producti of th- erJitlerea Late that my mother gave a dance a rudo but hearty pleas ti ring that followed a long conference In which my father had a pat They nil agreqd to turn to after snowfall on the riverland cut a raf ftimber nd send it to Montreal in the spring ur things had come including Dris ddle so that we had chairs and bed eads and other accessories of life not common among our neighbors someIgiven her really beautiful things have since come to knowand she showed them to those simple folk with mighty pride in her eyes Business over Drl took down his fiddle that hung on the wall and made the strings roar as he tuned them Then he threw his long right leg over tho other anti as he drew the bow his big foot began to pat the floor a good pace away Ills chin lifted his fingers flew his bow quickened the notes seemed to whirl and scurry lightfooted as a rout of fairies Meanwhile the toe of his right boot counted the Increasing tempo until It came upI and down like a ratchet DarlUK Olin was mostly of a slow and sober manner To cross his legs and feel a fiddle seemed to throw his heart open and put him In full gear Then his thoughts were quick his eyes merry his heart was a fountain f joy He would lean forward sway ag his head and shouting Yip as the bow hurried Drl was a hardworking man but the feel of the fiddle warmed and limbered him from toe to finger lie was overmodest making light of his skill if he ever spoke of it and had no eaf for a corn pliment While our elders were danc I and others of my age were play g games in the kitchen kisslng games with a rush and tumble in them pufsinthecorncr huntthesquirrel and the like Even then I thought I was in love with pretty Hose Mer riirau She would never let me kisser even though I had caught her and hall the right My mother gave me all the school Ing I had that winter A year later they built a schoolhouse not quite a mile away where I found more fun than learning After two years I shouldered my ax and went to tIme riverland with the choppers every winter morning My father was stronger than any of them except Dri who could drive his ax to tho bit every blow day after day Ho had the strength cf a giant and MY MOTHER GAVE MB ALL THE SCHOOLING I HAD THAT WIN TEH no man I knew tried ever to cope with him By the middle of May we began rolling in for the raft As soon as they were floating the logs were wIthed together and moored in see n3H 3 ie bay became presently a quaking feTtotentpjaln of timber When we started the raft early in June that summer of 1810 and worked Ulnlo the broad river with sweeps and poles I was aboard with Drl and six other men bound for the big city of which I had heard so much I was to visit the relatives of my mother and spend a year In the College de St Pierre We had a little frame house on a big platform back oZ the middle section of the raft with bunks In It where we ate and slept and told tories Lying on the platform there was a large flat stone that held our tires for both cooking and comfort Drl called me In tho dusk of the early morning the first night out and said wo were near the Sault I got up rubbed n1yeesnnd felt a mighty thrill as I heard the roar of the great rapids and the creaking withes and felt the lift of the speeding waters Drl said they had broken the raet- Intothree parts ours being hindmost The roaring grew louder until my shout was as a whisper in a hurricane The logs began to heave and fall and waves came rushing through them rdownas by an earthquake in the rough wa usandtheGin us a tough twist said Drl shouting down at mekind uv a twist o the bit V a kick n the side It was coming daylight as we sailed into still water and then Dri put his hands to his mouth and hailed loudly getting an answer out of the gloom ahead Goldum ef It haint the power uv a thouean painters Drl continued laughing as he spoke Never see nothln jump V kick n spit like thet air less It bed fur on never n all my born days Dris sober lace showed dimly now In the dawn His hands were on his hips his faded felt hat was tipped sideways His bootand trousers were quarreling over that disputed ter rltpry between his knees and ankles His boots had checked the invasion Smooth water now said he thoughtfully Seems terribly still Haint a breath uv air tlrrlnJeru shy Jane Pepper What docs thet meanT EIbitslock t Uat our feet Then a shower of pine needles came slowly down scattering over us and hitting the Umber with a taint hiss Before we could gfellNever seen no sech joins afore Thingsdontnatralnut jest cs Id HkeH see emU As the light came clearer wq saw overlhotreetops Ibeapngroartiig with tliundec Sisaf I r j t 4i I idj L jt J J I hra Ooc kof pigeons liy above the far forest and theu f if they had all been shot A gu wind coasted down tbe still ctherK tering like a rag and shaking oiifc kj fjw drops of rain Look there I shouted polo aloft Hark said Drl sbi his hand of three flnr I We could hear a faK I IroadTheAlmlghtys whlppiu hiassessaid Drl Looks es et lie wa plun gin em through the woods wjiy yen tIer Look a thet air skyhThe cloudmasses rap Idly They had a glow liKc that of copper Tryin to put a rut on fhe world my companion shouted Swlngln flier hammers hard on the rivets A little peak of green vapor showed above the skyline It loomed high as we looked It grew into a lofty col umn reeling far above the forest Below it we could seeaiigby heaving in the treetops Somethlng like an immense bird wap hurtling and pir ouetting in the a above them The tower or green looked now like a great flaring bucket hooped with fire and overflowing with darkness Our ears were full of a mlgby voice out of the heavens A wind came roaring down some tideway of the air like water in a flume It seemed to tap the sky Before I could gather my thoughts we were In a torrent of rushing air and the raft bad begun to heave and toss I felt Dri take my hand in his I could jut sec lila face for the morning had turned dark suddenly His lips were moving but I could hear nothing lie said Then he lay flat pulling me down Above and around all the noises that ever came to the ear of man the beating of drums the bellow ing of cattle the crash of falling trees the shriek of women the rattle of ma chinery the roar of waters the crack of rifles the blowing of trumpets the braying of asses and sounds of the like of which I had never heard and pray God I may not hear again one and then another dominating tho mighty chorus Behind us In the gloom I cculd see or thought I could see the reeling mass of green plough Ing the water like a ship with chains pf gold flashing over bulwarks of fire In a moment something happened of which I have never had any definite notion I felt the strong arm of Drl clasping me tightly I heard the thump and roll end rattle ot logs heaping above us I felt the water washing over me but I could see nothing I knew the raft had doubled it would fall and grind our bones but I made no effort to save myself And thinking how helpless I felt is the last I remember of the grejt windfall of June 3 1810 the path of which may be seen now 50 years after that memorable day and 1 suppose it will be visible long after my bones have crumbled I thought I had been sleeping when I came to at least I had dreamed I was In some place where it was dark and still I could hear nothing but the drip of water I could feel the arm of Drl about me and I called to him and then I felt him stir Thet you Ray said he lifting his head Yes I answered Where are wa Judas Priest I aln no idee Jes woke up Been alayln here tryin f think Ye hurt Guess not said I Aint ye got no pains or aches no where n yer body Head aches a little said I He rose to his elbow and mad a light with his flint and tinder and looked at me Got a gooseegg OH yer forard said he and then I saw there was blood on his face Ef it bed nt been fer the withe they d a ground us t powder We were lying alongside the little house and the logs were leaning to it above us- Jeruehy Jane Peppcr Dri jst claimed rising to his knCSSySWhut- I call a twister He bega9Jovhittie aTplece of the platform Then he lit a jhavlng They s ground here said he as he began to kindle a fire ground aplenty right under us The firelight gave us a good look at our cave under the logs It was about 10 feet long anil probably as high The logs had crashed through the side of the house in one or two places and its root was a wreak Hungry said DrI as he broke a piece of board on his knee Yes I answered So m 1 said be hungrier n a shewolf Theys some bread n yen son there n the house we better try f glt em An opening under the logs let me around the house corner to its door I was able to work my way through the latter although It was choked with heavy timbers Inside I could hear the wash of the river and through its shattered window on the farther wall I could see between the heaped legs a glow pf sunlit water I handed out ax through a break In the wall and then Drl cut away some of the baseboards and joined me We had our meal cooking in a few minutes our dinner really for Drl said it was near noon Having eaten we crawled out of the window and then Drl began to pry the logs apart Aint much frald of their tumblln on us said he They re withed so they II stick together We got to another cave under the logs at the waters edge after an hour of crawling and prying A side of the raft was in the water Got f dive said DrI an swim fer daylight A long swim it was but we came up In clear water badly out of breath We swam around the timber scram bling over a dead cow and upshore The ruined raft was torn and tumbled Into a very mountain of logs at the edge of the water The sun was shin ing clear and the air was sun Limbs pf trees bits of torn cloth a broken hayrake fragments of wool a wagon wheel and two dead sheep were scattered along the shore Where we had seen the whirlwind coming the sky was clear and beneath it was a great gap in the woods with ragged walls of evergreen Here and there in the gap a stub was standing trunk and limbs ftUcedr JerushyXJanc Pepper Drl ex claimed wltna pfiase after each word It s cut a swath wdeythj river Dont blIeve a mouse ld aIvewhere the timber s down over thZ Our sweepers and the other sections of the raft were nowheru a sight To Be Continued An BztlncvUber IIglltofencouzagjngYes but her father happened along st ligmthinton Vt l r S s7f Y Y a scrlptui feml unto UouTrTniTffc han Cain by which lin ob Itness Rt ho was righteous Godtt ifyliiK of gIttiuileb 114 And Cain talked with Abel his brother and It came to pass ivhen they were In the Held that Cain rose up against Abel his brother and slew him Gen 4S Cain was of that wicked one tnd slew his brother because his own works were evil and his brothers righ- tousI John 311 They have gone In the way of Cain and speak evil of those llilnRn which they know not but whathhey know naturally as brute those things they corrupt themselves Ude 10 Read also all of Genesis r =l ND sin when It Is clr in the garden and the guilty pair cast 4I forth Death in I i the homeDeath I the culmination of I For sfn rwhen it is finished bringcth forth death What strange mysterious Influ encels It whlchstealsupon the soul sometimes bringing vague dread and fear of some Impending trouble or tragedy while yet the coming tragedy or trouble- si unforeseen and unknown Why the unexplained depression of spirits while yet all Is sunshine about and no cloud of the coming storm Is visible upon lifes horizon Like the ominous calm that comes as the silent prelude to the angry tempest In the tropics so In human ex perience the storm of distress and sorrow which sometimes sweeps In upon the life is preceded by an ominous calm leading to inner forebodings So it was with Mother Eve on the morning of our story The day was filled with the beauty and gladness of nature The song of birds was heard inviting a glad response from her heart and the sunlight bursting in through the doorway sought by its brightness to turn her thoughts upward But the happy mother of that happy home could not dispel the cloud that brooded like an Illomen over her heart Not since those blissful days In the garden when ere the temptation antI fall a mysteri ous dread bad touched hor heart while yet unknown to her Satan was plotting her ruin had such feeling come upon her She was conscious of the depression almost with her first waking thoughts and the dark look on the brow of her son Cain as he left the house on his way to the fields drove the arrows of apprehension more sharply into her soulOnce long before she recalled hav- Ing seen such a look upon Cains face It was upon the occasion of one of their days of worship and sacrifice Father Adam had made the offering of the lamb as God bad instructed him to do and fortheflrsttlmehewas telling to the two boys for they were then old enough to GallItheir mother Abel listened with reverent earnest attention but his elder twin brother with apparent indifference played with the pebbles at his feet and when his father paused in his story blurted out I dont see why the skins were any better clothing than the garments you made for yourselves Before Adam could reply to the Irrev erenttaunt Abel lose heart was stirred by the story of God and Gods care in quired a e garme1tsJiere needed why did not God provide them when He created you A painful silence followed Could he tell the sad dark side to his Jife Could he reveal the tragic secret of his life and the life of Mother Eve It was a subject which had not been referred to since the expulsion front the garden But the question of Abel came as a revelation to the fathers heart and he saw that he must make plain to his boys how God had created man in His own Image sinless and pure and how disobedi ence man had tallenitom that state into line of sVy At last he looked up with teardlmmed eyesjosrt with fal tering voice he went onSmdtofd all the long sail story Cain impressed momeutarlly by the solemnity of the occasion even though the story itself did not seem to affect him kept silent for a time after his lather ceased speaking and then impa tiently exclaimed That was a small thing for God to make so much fuss about and I dont see how It concerns me anyway Father Adam turned in sharp re buke upon Cain for his Irreverence and willful refusal to receive and under stand Gods dealings with man Meanwhile Mother Eve and Abel were holding earnest converse Abel asking questions and his mother explaining these strange mysteries inso far as she could The father noted this as he was speaking and he concluded his rebuke by pointing to Abel and say Ing Well might you follow the example of your brpther there and seek with him to understand these mysteries At that moment Mother Eve looked up and her quick eye noted the dark awful frown which for a moment rested on the face of Cain as he shot an angry glance towards his brother But it was quickly gone and the mother thought no more of it In fact she had suite forgotten it until that morning when She noted he same evil lines distorting his face She watched him disappear Inthe distance while the anxious dread and undefined terror clutched at her heart She tried to think what It could mean The day before Abel had left with his flocks for pasturage at some dis ance from home and had remained with them all night as Mas often his custom Before starting he mentioned the fact that It was the jMrnose of his heart to make anoffering to the Lord of the firstlings cf his flock end both mother and father had commended GRAPES FRESH ALL WINTER Vrench Device Preserve Them for e Palate of the Epicure 1 Lbtfo LlnThl frocess whichi A nc l by vine growers la otce are able to market fresh 0door grapes all through the wlnteri thus described Bunches of the flnes grapes when ripe in autumn are cut IrJ such a way that toeach bunch a plerio of the vine five eLdFrolPj rf V9 i rItL t 4 fX Cain auuueuij fimed thotlJnlBut brother interrupted Abel such is not the manner of offerings led would have us make God would have us remember inaua silt and needvand how He provided for that need in the slain lamb about which as you recall father told us An impatient grunt war ii the re sponse that Cain offered and thero the conversation ended Abel was soon uisy rounding up his sheep and lambsa vhlle Cain wandered through hiscfruitful fields The brothers did not meet again un til they both came to the place of offering Cain with the discerning care f the careful husoandman had selected the best of his fruits and grains and with selfconfident selfsatisfied air he brought them and placed them upon the altar Abel with humble heart and faith teaching up In obedience towards God brought his precious lamb and as Its life blood flowed ha bowed In repentant grief at the thought of sin which made such sacrifice necessary While thus bowed before the altar on which the lamb rested the fire of Gods presence came down and con sumed the sacrifice und Cain standing with proud unbending head before his altar noted the evidence of Gods ac ceptance of Abels offerlnj wHile his own offering remained undsturbed and unaccepted And he was very wroth and lila countenance fell And the voice of God came to Cain saidWhy art thou wroth and why is thy countenance fallen If thou wert innocent and sinless a thank offeringt of thy fruits would have been as a token of thy dependence as a creaturebutas thou art a sinncr a ln offering Is necessary by the bringing of which thou wouldst have met with acceptance even as was the case with Abel thy brother On his return home that night Cain had made no mention of the incidents of tIme day and his mother noting his sullen demeanor kept silence and next morning watched him depart with that awful frown upon his face Amj her heart was sore troubled Ah mother today shalt thou drink the bitter cup which thy disobedience back in tho garden hath poured for thee Toward noon unable to stand the pressure of that vagu terror which filled her heart she started from the house She knew not why she went She noticed not whltber she went but Irresistibly her feet were drawn to wards the distant fields where Abels flocks peacefully foil A deathlike still ness brooded over the spot save for the occasional bleating of a little suck ling lamb as it sought its mothers side or the twitter of some mother bird as she fed her young in the treetop No herdsmans cheery call as he talked to his sheep no tall form mov- Ing about in lovln care among his sheep Fhn mothers heart stood still She tried to cry out In the agony of her heart Abel Abel But time words would not come and she halt ran half stumbled on What was that dark form lying on the green sward from which the sheep seemed to draw with dread away She had never seen one lie so cold and still before Those eyes staring wildly up towards heaven The agony of that white face The gaping wound in the side The ground all crlmron with the lifes blood With horror unspeakable the linother drew back and slowly upon her dazed senses hire broke the one word God had spoken back in the gar den DEARTH Anl this was death This wasirfs IrulI thl Death But mother love quickly asserted it self and with one wild heartbroken cry of anguish Mother Eve threw her self upon the form of her beloved boy We may not intrude on the sacred scene The hours spent there with her precious dead no eye but Gods saw and none but His tender ear heard And there late In the night while the stars kept their silent watch overhead and tho moons gentle beams guided his feet Adam found her and mingled his teas with hers and felt the heart throb other anguish But what of Cain 1 While the bereft parents keep watch Iy the side of their dead boy he is well on hiS way to time land of Nod whither he turned his steps after his interview with God But how changed Jie is Gods mark upon hit brow has fastened there forever the hideous and vengeful face which glow ered over his innocent and defenseless brother as he drove the sharppointed flint Jinlfe again and again into his quivering side His mad rage spent his jealous hate satiated still that face in all its horrible misshapen frenzy was fixed for all time It was a sign set by God lest any finding him should kill himBy the early morning light the tender hands of that sorrowing father and mother laid the dear form of their boy Abel to rest by the side of the altar where but so shortly before he hat stood an humble and accepted war shiper By faith he had offered a more excellent sacrifice thah Cain and it wsb that faith that gave him abundant en trance to the presence of God Andby faith the parents as they wended their way home silently knew that their darling was safe with God But Cain in the land of Nod spoke evil of that way of faith which he knew not and forgot God and the latter end of that man was worse than the first The Limit A young lady nursing and talking to a pet dog on an electric car had asked the conductor to stop at a certain point Whenhedldsoshewenttotheplatform and there stood gesticulating with the dog on her arm- Hurryup miss hurry up You want to get off here dont you Oh dear no thank you I only wanted to show Fido where her mother lives TitBita xbunch hang an arrangemeat Tltally necessary to the success of the opera tion A large number of widemouth bottle filled with water is ranged In a cellar and in the openend oisc1a Is Inserted the pieces of vine stem the bunches of grapes hanging outside The grapes do not touch the water but are thus supplied with moisture through the vine etem which Is Im roereed In Watery this process choice varieties of tAble grapes are J ept In perfect condtl winter 4eJ r d 0 J mr r d J l1t 1Lwn c j 1fjri j cjJ p cr f1 r tM lv iPo Pkrf J F J c f ERESTING STA r iz 0 f1j it t fei I i jp rJ r jtJ J4 4I1 jfEPUBLlCANS IN CONTROL I Amended Capitol Site Bill Passed By the Kentucky Senate Frankfort Feb 2The senate passed the house bill selecting the Hunt s poyI cittlon victory for had It not been for the antladminlstratlon senators and the republicans the bill would have been defeated Senator Cox rep o ChrewdInolninitteebill as amended will have a hard time to pass the house as Representa tivo Wells the author of the housa hill will speak against it and seven I other members who voted for it before will vote against It In Its present form The republicans probably bobithe key to the situation and can panaor defeat the bill but It is said only two republicans Black and Hanna will vote for it Frankfort Ky Feb 3The house of representatives refused to concur In the senate amendment to the house Hunt site bill which provided for 20 0 f drontn toowvote taken as to whether or not the senate will recede from that amendment If it refuses a conference com t Hhatt a breproposltlonFrankfort Ky Feb 4The senate refused to recede from its amend ments to the house Hunt site bill In which the house refused to concur in and a conference committee was ap pointed to try to reach n compromise Increastthetonal grounds for the site nnd to make the appropriation independent of the milliondollar one of last ses ndjourned tiyearsDOUBLE TRAGEDY Girl Murdered and Man Found Dying From Bullet WoundhLouisville Ky Feb 4ln a noon tMrsWalnut street was found dead wit a bullet wound in the back of he head and Gus Stiefvaler cshalled with a bullet hole In the side of his head The man had evidently sb the woman and cwasbut had lived apart from him for so eral years and went by her maiden nameNellie Shaw She worked at the Falls City woolen mills Stief valer who Is a pipefitter had been keeping company with the woman for two years was extremely jealous of her and on several occasions threatened her They went to the lodging house and registered as man and wife Stiefvaler claims the woman killed herself and that he then shot hiinX self There is little or no chance for his recovery Poison In the Coffee Louisville Iy Feb 4The lives aofmeat house in ParklandTwero endangered by poison in the coffee The Negro chef Anthofl Haley drank some of the beverage before sending it to be served and became ill He is in n serious condition He accuses a domestic The detectives are at war Death6reenup 0 tsaAJuhd frozen to death in his shanty a few miles from here He lived alone ever since the close of the war and has no known relatives Intl1ls count Ho was a native of Scotland Explosion In a Sawmill Madlsonvllle Ky Feb 4The sawmill of Anton Brucken six miles from Madlsonvllle was blown up by the explosion of the engine and James Hendricks 29 was instantly killed The mill owner Anton Brucken lives Jn Evansville Ind A Postmaster Operated On Lexington Ky Feb 2B F Bro naugh Lexington Is Eastern railroad agent and postmaster at Montrose in this county was brought to the St Jo sephs hospital here and operated on for appendicitis He is the soninlaw of Representative W I Hughes Lousivllle Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Feb 3 Following Is offerings on the Louisville market Including all the warehouses Burley 735 hhds dark 112 hhds total S47 hhds Original Inspections G01 hhds reviews 156 hbds rejections 146 birds Newspaper at Campton Campton Ky Feb 4A corpora ion has been organized at this place for the purpose of publishing a weekly newspaper here The paper will be democratic in politics and the first Issue wilt be published about Fobs T- haryP River Closed at Henderson Henderson Ky Feb 3The Ohio is practically closed here where an ice gorge has formed just above and against the piers of the Henderson bridge Tho river Is falling here The river will freeze across Coldest Weather Since 1901 Lexington Ky Feb 3Thebluegrass country is suffering the coldest weather since 1901 The thermome ten shows 3 abovo zero The weather bureau forecast is for 8 below The ground is covered with snow Tho stock is suffering Susie N Sold For 6000 Lexington Ky Feb 2 Cochran Bros and J W Nash this city sold to Vance Nuckols Cleveland for 6 000 the threeyearold brown filly Sti slJTN by Moko dam Gypsey Dark by Wlltwood Dismissed the Accused Vanceburg Ky Feb 2In the ex amining trial of Charles Carpenter and Andrew Thomas charged with- lthi murder of William Robb near Concord on a C A O freight train on the 21st inst Judge Lee dismissed the accused Gorge at Owensboro Owensboro Ky Feb 3The Ohio river is gorged at Owensboro TI1- 0inymen do not look for an open riv p March i The temperature nd it Is thought the ir3 will freeze r I i 7 1rfZ FW RIT j It Was Harola 1 si a IigFrank tticky coiit rit f X jporarywlvdge i 4 ty court 1 y 7 edtng Yce unt J fly roundp 0 If an r ip Ity In th l ocn III r t mpting to tJi 0 ff l e court 0 r court then Jargument bu rroar JO next f r ly on the motion oftn i for a permanent writ ir1wwn on In the meantime the defend nts are at liberty to visit Lexington or go elsewhere without fear of arrest Attorneys for the Hargises say that when the appellate court passes upon the motion for a writ their clients will appear In whichever court has juris of the charge against them o application will be made for troops bring the Hargises to Lexington until after the court here has acted fi anallyJackson KV Feb 1Jul1ge James argis expressed himself as being much pleased with the granting y the court of appeals of a writ of p rohibition restraining further prorceedlngs In the James Cockrlll case by the Fayettc county authorities FIRE CLAY PROPERTIESs Ohio Capital Is Interested Extensively In Kentuckyr Louisville KyFeb 4 Capitalists cf Cincinnati and Hamilton 0 are In conference with Louisville business men regarding the location in this city of a plant for the manufacture of re brick and all fireclay products erection of which will cost more than 75000 About 500 acres in Madison and sahlIave been purchased by the Ohio and menI made to secure he location ot the plant In Clncin anti but the railroad facilities in re tromrare considerably more direct to anti from Louisville than to and front Clncln natl and this It Is thought will In thisIr BUILDINGICynthiana Will Erect One To Cost About 35000 f Cyntniana Ky Feb fThe board of education of the city of Cynthiana met to award the contractteethe JUclh newi35000 Five men are on hand with their plans among them Hayward Weber of Cincinnati Tire board dM not fully adopt plans but will closely inspect plans of contending architects Much Interest anti lively competition various architects is shown The Feltners Arrested Winchester Ky Feb 4A tote gram from Sheriff McCord announces the arrest of Moses Fcltncr at lIar ard The officers McCord and Stoke ly will start at once for Winchester with the prisoner Felix Feltncr is also under arrest at lila home In Len He county but is too sick to be brought here Death Sentence Affirmed Frankfort Ky Felt 2The court of appeals affirmed the death sentence given George IJ Warner of Louisville for the murder of Pulaskl Leeds su perintendent of machinery for the L N railroad Warner was a din charged employe and shot Leeds with out warning while he was sitting in his office Divorced Couple Remarry Ellzabethtown Ky Feb 4Doe Jenkins of Bowling Green and Mrs Sallle Jenkins of this county were married near town by Rev A P Ly on After living together fur ten years they were divorced and after a separation of 12 years were rcmar ried The Tallest Elk Weds Frankfort Ky Feb 2 Scott Brown a wealthy young farmer of this county left for Louisville to mar ry Miss Lillian Thompson a teacher of this city Brown six feet eight inches tall and won the prize at the Elks reunion In Baltimore In 1903 for being the tallest Elk in the United States Will Burn Natural Gas Covington Ky Feb 4 Covington will soon burn natural gas instead of coal It has become known that the Kenton Oil Gas and Mineral Co hat quietly held for several months a gas well producing 300000 cubic feet a day Paducah Steets To Be Pavi Paducah Ky Fob 4Ths1ard of public works selected 02 blocks pf street to be paved this year with brick asphalt or some other material The cost of the Improvements will bo in the neighborhood of 250000 Literally Cooked To Death Olive Hill Ky Feb 3lohn Ison met his death In a horrible manner at Leon He was making sonic re pairs in a steam box at the stave plant when some one turned tin steam In on him not knowing he was in the box Driver Frozen Stiff Cynthiana Ky Feb 3 Howard Cason colored was found sitting on a wagon on the Millersburg pike froz en stiff His arms were in position as If driving when overcome by the cold The horses had stopped A Missing Husband Bellevue Ky Feb 2Mrs Wil Ham H Sweed of 127 Retreat street is endeavoring to locate her husband who has been rolsng Jibout three thoEiiItULQ1theI nati Foul play is suspected Boys Charged With Theft Owensboro Ky Feb 2 Charley Frayser and Jesse Maddox were arrested charged with having broken Into the safe of the Owensboro Under taking association und stealing 100 Time money was recovered ri t i y4 y r 45a t ri q V s r1 s r r S p1iJ I rThiolove iidmiration of r 4should be a vvprqan constant V si At the first indication of illhealfnT painful or irregular menstruation headache or backache secure Lydia E Pinkharas Vegetable1 Compound and b XMrsMothers Club 21 Cedar Terrace gct Springs Ark writes Dear Mrs Pinkbom For nine years I draggedthrough anther ble existence nd falling of the womb and worn trat with pain and weariness I one day noticed a stato I mont by a woman sufferingas I was but who e VgtableAt the and of three months I was a different woman Every one remarked about It and In love with me all over again Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound up my entire system cured the womb trouble and I felt like a new woman am sure itwill make everysuffenfngwoman a- trong well and happy as has me Women who are troubled with pain ful or Irregular menstruation back che bloating or flatulence Jeucor falling inflammation or ulcers tion of the uterus ovarian troubles that bearingdown feeling dizzi ness faintness indigestion or nervous prostration may be restored to perfect LydiaBSCIENTIFIC SPECIALS Two London investigators are seeking persons who In the dark can see the colored rays from the human body and flashes train a magnet Prof Relchen bach Is said to have proven that 30 per sons In every 100 can see the latter Science now transforms radishes into potatoes Showing a process of Pas teur M Moillard cultivates a young rad ish in a glass retort in concentrated glu cose when the radish develops much starch and swells otifr nglts pepperi ness and acquiring the taste consistency and nutritive properties of the potato Prof MIlHchan the well known French savant has discovered in the spectrum of Jupiter absorption bands similar to those of the spectrum of Uranus One of them Indicates the presence of watery fvapor In the atmosphere of Jupiter As jthe result of his observations he agreeda with Prof Janssen that the chief plafil eta ofthesolarsystem haveatmosphere IIn timatnstm1larjpur own j4butLondn under the name bock Formlcarium is soniethrC novelty It is expected that one of these nests will serve six years or more for study or exhibition The nest resembles a picture frame ten Inches square antI contains the small yellow ant in its va does stages with or without a queen and with associated insects The quantity of carbonic acid ga4 per mlsslble in factories and homes is a question in which the whole world Is vi tally Interested and while there are plenty of authorities who assert that this should hot exceed nine volumes In 10000 there does not appear to be any prac tical device for the visual indication of time freshness of the atmosphere The best practice provides for the introduc tion of from 4000 to 4200 cubic feet of fresh air an hour for each individualIGenerally So Jenks There goes Smoothe thats a chap that hasnt got an enemy In time world Sacks Then Ill lay odds that be i hasnt got a friend Ally Sloper The craze for old furniture has reached such a heigbttbatLordhastmirned his wife out of doors to make room foi Louis XVI cabinet London Truth HER BLOOD TOO THIN GENERAL DEBILITY RESULTS IBOH IMPOVERISHED BLOOD The Hemedy That Makes New Blood ilanlahes Weakness Headaches Io digestion and Nervoua Troubles Hundreds of women suffer from bead aches dizziness restlessness lhnguozaand timidity Few realize that their misery all comes from the bad state of their blood They take one thing for their head another for their stomach a third for their nerves and yet alt time while it is simply their poor blood that is the cause of their discomfort If one sure remedy for making good rich blood were used every one of their distressing ailments would disappear as they did ia the case of Mrs Ella F StonoflGiadbeeu ailiuforyeaand alized the nature of her trouble For several years said Mrs Stone I suffered from general debility It began about 1896 with Indigestion ncr vonsness and steady headaches to I000IImadntbeenabietofindanyreljef r roar I was then very 4friendPills urged me to give them a trial and I finally bought a bog I did not notice any marked change from the use of the first box but I de termined to give them a fair trial and Ikept on When I bad finished the second box I fcoald see very decided signs of improvement iu iny condition I be it gan to feel better all over and to have hopes of a complete cure Iused in all eight or ten boxes and wheo1 stopped I had got back my regu lar weight and a good healthy color and the gain has lasted I can eat what please without discomfort My nervous 1ness is entirely gone anti whildZt constant headaches beforeI very Ta Il have one now I cheerf nlly recomm ai Dr Williams Pink Pills to women suffer as I did f4Mrs Stone was seen at her p home in Lakewood K I where of result of her experience Dr Willr I a Pink Pills are very popular Xher mona pills are sold by nil druggist book that every woman needs i lished by the Dr WilliamS MVH Company Schenctarty N Y JtitiedPlaiu Talks be scut free on request sL 1 i d Nic I ut9 f k h i 1 rt ti c A q 1 t k t aa t IS 7tttv b SIr q I I t i r- r tI I3 Jas I oJ l I 1 rpo t 1 f 9 s c f t cj rt HI t 5a tr 0 f tJnL- o r rn e4 ibecn rnaLcrlng thcous- v Aof the world and he Intt1tr1s 0 nortl Mccome to America to complete t his knowledge ot the dialects of the In 1 dians ot the Rock Ie Before the RussoJapanese war broke out Orfft Kuropatkln said to Stoessel the nian who so gallantly defended Port tAttifur Stoessel is a bad soldier but a engineer Pit him with equal forces against a Gourko or a Skobelelt and you would find him outmaneuvered and cut Into mincemeat Ioneday and night But set him behind earthworks and battlements of his own I devising and not all the forces of earth wit1 those of hell combined will prevail him 4 5d Lady Donoughmore formerly Miss a Grzce of New York is known as the angel In Ireland She Is giv o I Ichildrens of her time and money to teach children In the west rofIreland the beauties of nature Lady Donoughmore has bad a census of the poor children taken by the poor law guardians and through them she has 1been able to secure the services of well- 3disposed women who take the walls to i farmhouses for a few days t at a time She maintains that the monotonous lives which these children J ore forced to lead with limited facilities for recreation are bound to have un 1 Jtavorable influences In the future tINVENTIVE INGENUITY r An Austrian railway mechanic has 4 discovered a prrss by which the smoke I tsf of warships can be entirely concealed S i from view A clock which seems to be preem l Inently adapted for the sickroom or of ospltrv is the Invention of Proto Hlrth- o viui i It consists merely In the de Lbt pr iou of a button bfih cuts In a I sfst rotrJaJamp pve under the electrl mn Iated clock 0 B nn iit the shadow 01 the face and I 4f17batids upon the ceiling In a highly state Viewed from the bed f4 a reclining Invalid It obviates timr- 1 t craning ot the neck t ine with the flowing mustache r been forgotten by the Inventor f the fact that the many mustache b ci t hatonettmeoreriotberbn Id 1 c eaTlu e cli- Z21 a is est utI a 4 evlce for attaching to soup- a to facilitate the eating of soup ctJ bythe possessors ot long Slowing inns rJr rtacbes Ills made of aluminum and ijembodlez a spring design which admIts f of it attachment to practically any voorQ neh electromotton company has Poducto t o electric carriage in which c wed pinions chains and gearing I for transmitting motion to the driving wheels is entirely dispensed with In this new machine the motors and the wheels are described as being one and the same thing The axles receive their motive power directly from the accumu lators The weight of the carriage is iL thus reduced and It is asserted that iS these liveaxle machines can travel 20 to 30 per cent farther than those of I a ordinary construction because of the saving of energy The appearance oC ithe new carriages is Improved except the wheels have a clumsier look The largest deposits of nickel are on J the Island of New Caledonla a French possession in the south Paclflc- nTELLOW FEELING Why She Felt Lenient Towards the DrunkardI 4greatdeal depends on the point of good temperance woman was led In a very peculiar way to revise her somewhat harsh Judgment of the poor devil who cannot resist his cups a and she is now the more charitable ShewritesFor Ti 2J5 years I was a great ant c 4 ferer from asthma Finally my health 4 gotso poor that I found I could not lie 4 i own but walked the floor whilst oth f 4 ers slept I got so nervous I could not rest anywhere Specialists told me I must give up the use of coffee the main thing that 1 always thought gave me some relief I consulted our family physician and be being a coffee fiend himself told me to pay no attention to their advice t rJ Coffee had such a charm forme that In S1arcsfa ant and getting a fJ t iiblff of lb fragrance I could not resist r J p I Pt ri lenientwThtb I dr nIu WbQ conInupass the sa loon Friends often urged me to try cI P stum but I turned a deaf ear say J ing That may do for people to whom 4 coffee is harmful but not for mecof fee and I will never part 5S At last however I bought a pack y 1r ago qf Postum although I was sure I could not drink it I prepared it as 4f 4dlrected and served it for breakfast Well bitter as I was against It I must ft saY that never before had I tasted a y 5Tmore delicious cup of coffee From L4thafday to this more than two yearsI I have never bad a desire for the old a l4 coffee My health soon returned the lrf asthma disappeared began to sleep well and in a short time I gained 20 pounds In weight 1 Oe day I hatded ay physician the ito tablets e had prescribed for me tell r 1ngblmlUd ao use for them He tf stayed for dinner When I passed him P bIs otree cupbe remarked I am glad tt ffi ofl were sensible enough not to iJ nSnacitrbe persuaded that coffee f Tw SiswrmftU This is the best cup of wS f c ilMll ever drank he continued th I troubte is so Jew people know how sis akegood coffee When he got his oJjitt t c 4cupItoldhh he wSdrlnklnB 1c i oet was Incredulous but I eBfedhlm and now he uses noth r Or4 ilig In his home and hae improved Ia heal h Name 1Y isivSibr Poatum Co Battle Creek Jb t4 1 i r 4i lnV3Qagcforthef9n1or 1 tf1J t 1b 1 TLeRoadto WeIiyiilet tJfjl 2 6tfl t i r t y i t O r p J l IAr oj iMe t 1J Eor o 4i i I ilirOx fi f s JffjlSd i S t l j Jiii 1 ROAD a a 4 y1- Inp t In ar p 5I f l S fii l 8r J iced a 7 5sf Jse theb t lef1 tl short 4 academy qtarm5 appI y pa to the retired 2 w iK which has been the th1woby the senate conferees accepting the house provision in principle Through his counsel Judge Swayun made formal responses in the senate to tho articles of Impeachment mad by the house of representatives Each of the 12 articles of impeachment was answered at lengthIAfter nearly a week of discussion on the post office appropriation lull carrying 180787418 passed the hous Senator DUUnghnm Introduced a bill directing that the name of Esther A Damon widow of Noah Damon Ink Masaschusctts troops revolutionary war be placed on the pension roll at the rate of 24 a month The agricultural appropriation bill wall reported to the senate by Senator Proctor U carries appropriations aggregating 6787170 an increase of 06740 over the bill passed by the hioiselWAR IN THE FAR EASTsThe British steamer Brlnkburr from San Francisco sailed with a cargo consisting of 40446 sacks of barpley 1237 sacks of oats and bales of hay She cleared for Vladi vostokThe Russian admiralty having dentnitely committed Itself to the policy of rebuilding and greatly increasing fbesiegedsecure contracts dOkuse failure Over 100000 men were on tgaged in the Russian demonstration against the Japanese positions Imme diately east of Heikoutal a forccfstrong enough to have been as only about one Japanese division was sent against them The Russinn olossthough prisoners say that ono rlgtment was practically annihilated It is evident that both armies are preparing for a battle when the weath cr moderatestMISCELLANEOUS NEWS HEMS viois dist IrrR are reined atH T1tVW rhout 1 w9rIfinel1 gath it i and Deputy Du lnsl the lead er ot the Gallcian socialists made aIspeech denouncing the czardMaxim Gorky the author who wase arrested at Riga for his connection a with the revolutionary movement has been released At Newport News Va the subma rine boat Simon Lake X was submerg ed 38 feet and returned to the surface In 30 seconds This cuts In half tho record held by the French type of submarine which is one minute William F McLaughlin a pioneer rmerchantof the oldest and largest coffee Im porting and roasting house in Chica go is dead Tho interstate commerce commission forwarded to the attorney general a report on the investigation of the charges that the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe railroad has been granting rebates to the Colorado Fuel and Ilron Co the report showing that the law had been violated Kentucky court of appeals issued a subpoena directing Magistrate Edwards of Breathltt county to appear before that court and testify as to the arrests of the Harglses Callahan and Spicer In that county and to bring n record of his court In the case The Isthmian canal commission has awarded a contract for furnishing hewn cross ties made of red cypress for construction work on tlp canal Secretary Taft received from Deem f Ing treasurer of tho Panama Railroad Co a check for 344435as a dividend on the government holdings of 68883 shares of Panama railroad stock Tho Idaho senate passed a bill providing i that any person found guilty of polgamy shall be sentenced to pay a fine of from 200 to 2000 and suffer Imprisonment from six months to five years Another measure makes adultery a crime punishable by fine and of his Intention to ameliorate the conditions and reo move the causes in so far as they are economic which led to the recent strike were delivered by Emperor Nicholas to workingmen representing all the leading factories of St Peters burg who at his invitation journeyed to TsarskoeSclo Fifteen stores were destroyed by fire at Stafford Kan Total loss 50 000 The town was saved y a sacri flee made by J L Ball who permit ted a back fire to be started In his building on which no Insurance was carried There Is a likelihooa that natural gas will be piped from Southestern Kentucky and Southwestern West Vir glnla to Cincinnati At Portland Ore the grand jury Indicted United States Senator John Mitchell for bribery on six counts State Senator George C Bromwell was indicted at the same time on four charges of subordination of perjury- A passenger train on the Plttsburg Shawmut Northern railroad crashed Into a sleigh containing 13 wom en killing seven of them and seri ously Injuring the remaining six three of which dIed later George Smith 35 widely known as Pittsburg Phil famous turf plun er died at Asheville N C of tuberculosis BAs a result of movement started in 11this country itis reported that the crar badTd pan the ll e of Maxlm Gorky the author who was am ted for sedition He as f bave bru hanged rriallment of the powers of tho gorernor of Colorado Is the demand of 18000 members of organized lab r embodied Inn petition ronr the Den v r Trades a rid LabofiAsaembly t wj nxed tothe 8We t 1 1tJ Jt 1 JsAt Windsor Via few recchlng the last rites ttoibeCathO cjlmrch and hearing blr att er con esr read the prayers ft tjo dying of Mrs label Rogers who wa sentenced die upon tho gallows for the mur er of her husband was reprieved for tour months by the governoryThe Missouri senate democratic by more than twothirds majority adopts ed n JNVISO joint resolution calling up MiiTirTs delegation In congressg IIPft President r 11 illrond legIslatIont ir i1 ootch of Humboldt la sue ccssfully defended his title of chamv ion of the United States in a wrest IhiR snatch with Tom Jenkins of Cleveland to The continued freeze threatens to cause an oyster famine Thousands of tongers have been thrown out of ork in Lynn Haven and Chesapeake ay the James York anti Rappahan nock riverswAssistant Secretary ot the Navya Darling tendered his resignation to President Roosevelt lie will be ap ointed collector of the port of liurcllngton of the district of VermontbFire entirely destroyed Cedar Court the country house of Otto H Kuhnn senior member of the firm of Kuhn Loeb Co situated near Morristown N J Loss about 400000 Coy Vardaman anti other members of tho Mississippi board of control of the states prison purchased livestock for the state plantation which Is cultivated by convict labor An Immense Ice floe drifted against intake of the St Louis water worksa Ca1JacityIBy the will of E A Goodnow of Worcester Mass Tuskogee Normal and Industrial institute Oberlin cclclego Oberlin 0 trustees of Northfinld Seminary Huguenot Seminary Well ington South Africa Washburn col lege Topeka Kan get 5000 eachw Pursued and treed for eight hours by a pock of timber wolves with the temperature 20 degrees below zero it has been the experience of Hans Peter on a farmer of Corn Valley near lacrosse Wis Fire In Shamokln Pa destroyed the stocking factory of Paubcr Co Auchers planing mill and lumber ards four dwellings and some other The loss is estimated at 150000 T J Lannon 51 retired merchant of Leeds Mo must suffer the amputa lon of his hands and feet as the result of an attack by a footpad He was knocked senseless and laid In the cold or hours Senator Hansbrough Introduced if the form of an amendment to the sun adoptthe drawback provision of the Dingley act In so far as it applies to wheat Ocr Johnson of Minnesota laid be ore the pardon board a letter from Cole Younger the former bandit who was pardoned after servIng 25 years f a life sentence In which he asks hat the conditional features attached o his pardon be eliminated The reprieve by Gov Bell of Vermont of Mrs Mary Rogers who was o be hanged has brought to Gov Pennypacker telegrams from all over the country asking him to reprieve Mrs Kate Edwards who is under sen ence of death In Reading Pa on P- Februar16 Ay S Champ secretary for WI1 Iain Ziegler has engaged CapL Kjel enren to command the Arctic steam Terra Nova on her approaching voy ge to the far north Senator Crane Introduced a bill ap propriatiap 0000 for the establishment of a rosarium for the segre gation ot lepers and to prevent the spread of leprpsy in the United States Fire destroyed a part of the Ingle side home for women at Buffalo One woman was killed and four wore se riousiyhurL One may die Tho final contract has tan rignelt for the Chinese government k of 5000000 for tho Of b NbalanceBoxer indemnity into gold s a IT king dispatchIMrs Cassie L Chadwick refused to a sign a petition to Gov Tcnnypacker Pennsylvania to commute the sentence of Kate Edwards convicted ofJthe murder of her husband and tenced to be hanged William C Lyons was found guilty of illegal voting by a jury in the cnn inal court at Denver William Kelley and Charles Mueller pleaded guilty to charges of being accessories to illegal voting and were given 90 days each in jail Arrayed In all the glory of wedding finery and with 200 pairs of admiring eyes looking on Frank Vencunas roused to take Miss Helena Haskins for his bride in St Josephs Catholic church at Mahanoy City Pa and fled from the church The home of Charles Otts and tam ly In Canastota N Y was destroyed by fire and three young children were burned to death Mrs Otts aged about 35 was probably fatally burned The government will establish at Richmond Ind a station for field ex periments with insects affecting seeds grains and grasses At the Bellaire 0 plant of the Carnegie Steel Co occurred a fatal accident in which six men were bur led beneath a slide of ore and four were killed The monthly comparative statement of government receipts and expendl tunes shows that for January 1905 the receipts were 43410285 and the expenditures 49628299 leaving a de ficlt for the month of 6218014 The army transport Sherman sailed for Honolulu Guam and Manila She carried the officers and men of the 21st Infantry bound for tho Philippines The will of Charles Lockhart ot Plttsburg whose estate is estimate a at between 75000000 and 100000 000 was probated After providing for membersof his family and friends Mr Lockhart bequeaths 360000 for benefitsi recommended for passage in both houses of the Kansas legislature providing for an appropria lion of 400000 to build a new peni tentiary at Peru Kim Rev James Henry Darlington DD rector of Christ church Brooklyn was elected bishop of the diocese of Har risburg Pa on the 13th ballot The monthly statement of the pub lie debt shows that at the close of business January 31 1905 the debt less cash In the treasury amounted to 989929619 which is an Increase for t the month of 4380298 The announcement of the gift ot 1100000 to Union Theological Seminary New York was made by Dr Charles Cuthbcrt Hall president of the faculty who declined to reveal the name of the donor t J Hobart chairman of the board of directors of tho Rock Island railway aiad9 IKS i jificnt 0f n 100000 check oubisl liiithdayj t John McDonald a man and politician diA Ind otvblpodpol8onlna gjj trimming corns vfltu a nIl I knife I Rcy Joseph Walter Warder a noted Baptist pastor aged 79 died in Louis ule Ky For 23 years ho was scene tary of tliannptlst state board of mis bus In Kentucky Gen George Holquln financial dele ate of Colombia is in Paris trying to arouse European suspicions regarding he United States designs on South America In the course of an inter iew he points out that the United States is gradually obtaining complete influence there the final object being shut out European trade While a party of eight boys was coasting down Beach street hill Battle Creek Mich their bobsled crash ed into a rapidly moving Michigan entral train George Lundy aged 12 as Instantly killed and Leo Sharkey ged 10 haul his left leg severed by the car wheels At Roanoke Va the jury in the ase of Charles R Flshburn the young anker and broker charged with the murder of Dr Fred Lefew a proud ent young physician in October last brought In a verdict ot voluntary manslaughter anti fixed thin punishment at five years in the penitentiary George H Armstrong a wellknown telegraph operator employed by the Western Union Co In Houston Tex committed suicide by taking a dose of strychnine On complaint of many persons whore said to have invested money in the CoOperative Turf association Post Office Inspector C K Anderson with Deputy United States Marshal Fowler arrested J F Barrett of Chi age on a charge of using the mails to defraud Lindsay Owens of Marietta 0 emp tied the contents of a revolver into his ifes body He then walked to an oil tank on his farm set It on fire anti plunged Into the fiery mass Ills wlte Is thought will live John Cascae gave an exhibition of how he would commit suicide In New Orleans and as a result Is suffering with a bullet wound in the neck Caa cae took four cartridges out of his re volver He forgot to remove the fifth In a crossing collision at Raisin Center Mich between a Lake Shore pas senger train and a westbound Wabash freight Engineer Sheldon Stone and Fireman Lancaster both of the pas senger train were klled Leo Ososkie aged 2 years and his baby brother James aged 2 months children of a shipyard laborer were suffocated to death by smoke in their home at Wyandotte Mich In a sermon on Child Labor at St Peters cathedral Scranton Pa Rt Rev M J Hoban bishop of Scranton mOle out unequivocally for permitting working boys to play athletic garnet SundayTwentyone suits amounting toHi 000 have been filed In the county court at Tuscaloosa Ala Each of the suits were for 7000 and were filed by the nonunion miners at Brookwood against the United Mine Workers ol America United Mine Workers of America District No 20 and the local organization there or No 656 The strike movement In Poland hIs spread to the governments of Warsaw Kallsz Radom Lublin and Suvalki Martial law has been declared In Kallsz Radom and Sledlec Property to the amount of 240000 was destroyed by fire in Birmingham la Miss Louise Schroeder was shot and Instantly killed by Emil Bolllnger a janitor in New York He was arrested after being seriously injured in in attempt to escape He says the woman ruined bis life The dead body of Mrs John A Kirk Patrick was found in the back yard or- an unoccupied house in Allegheny Pa only a short distance from her ome She had been murdered ami he morgue physician states that thr woman had been criminally assaul d orml1 Geyser a former ndniirr of omzfc wa airest l Tnere is good reason to believe that revolution in Venezuela is contem platedDuring a sriowslidc at Tellurlde ol Tyrle Sneed Collard son of Rev H Collard of El Paso Tex and nephew of the late Chief Justice Collard of Texas was killed Locked in ute frigid grip of a pyra midal Ice gorge and unable to turn wheel or rudder the big steamer Hudson burned to the water line at Cia cinnati Maddened by jealousy James C Kennedy foreman at the plant of the Union Springs Manufacturing Co at New Kensington Pa sent seven bullets into the body of Howard M Eb nero Brig Gen Clarence Smith com mander of the Vest Virginia National Guard at Fairmont died of a neryous disorder The general never recovered from a disease he contracted In the SpanishAmerican war Dr James A Freer well known phy sician and surgeon of Washington City 46 was found dead at a country inn near that city where he had gone for the nlghL- President Roosevelt signed a bill which Immediately transfers the ad ministration of the federal forest reserves including timber sales appli cation for the free use of timber arid permits for grazing live stock to the department of agriculture Attorney Victor Roland OShea 21 twice tried for the murder of his young wife was found guilty by a Chicago jury which fixed the degree at of Interior Minister SviatopolkMirsky was officially an nounced M Durnovo becomes acting minister of the interior Thousands of wQrkmen engaged In demonstration against the emperor of Russia marching through Lemberg with banners Inscribed Hurrah for the Polish revolution and Down with the czar- President and Mrs Roosevelt enter tained at dinner at the white house in honor of the supreme court A nun ber of guests were invited to meet them including members of the senate and house Chief of Police Galovine was shot close to the police station in Odessa and was wounded In the right shoulder Tfcs wound u not dangerous Boards oC anni nffleers xhav been detailed tj nit aL varjojis nsts throughout th United States lor the purpose of conducting the exovnlnix ion of designated members of the qrganizcd militia for commissions s threes in order to determine their tuihliGcatlons for the command jf the troops Fire destroyed the chartroom at the Cramps shipyard The building con lned working plans for the new bat tic ships Idaho and Mississippi 4 sanitary authorities of the ca jzom goverjhey have Undertake u tbo sanitation ufP nia and Colon Hrlflf h t q 2 LiIMETiiEfcr h Armed Revolutionists March 011 the Capitala Government Is In Possession of Messages Which Express Confidence In the Prompt Suppressionl of the Buenos AyivvFeb 6The revolutionary movement that was announc ed at Longano about 20 miles fromlhere broke out shortly after Armed groups attacked and took por Msslon of several police stations They established pickets at variousa pointsPresident Qulntana and some of tho ministers proceeded to the police do partment bete to take measures for c the public safety Tho minister of Mr Gen Godoy took up his post at tho arsenal- Several officers of the army aro found to have given their adhesion to the movement but though it Is be lieved to be entirely of a military naitune It is impossible as yet to appre chute Its true scope I The Ninth regiment of cavalry and tIe corps of engineers arc pledged to the rising These troops started tromI tile Campo do Mayo a military en campment near Buenos Ayres in a inarch against the capital and the minister of war has sent a regiment of cavalry against them Owing to the partial Interruption of telegraphic and railroad services pre else Information concerning the insur rectionary movement in the provinces is unobtainable but tho government evidently Is in possession of favorable messages which express confidence in the prompt suppression of the out break C T BECKWITH DEAD He Was President of Defunct Citizens National Bank of Oberlin Oberlin 0 Feb GC T Beckwilh president of the defunct Citizens Na tional bank of this city is dead aft er two lays of unconsciousness dur ing which dissolution was expected at any moment Only the family sur rounded the deathbed of the banker Mr Bcckwlth was about 65 years ol age On December 14 last the federal grand Jury in Cleveland returned five indictments against Beckwlth upon the charge of violating the national banking laws in connection with the loans made to Mrs Cassie 1 Chad wick by the Citizens National bank of Oberlin of which deceased was the president From the day of his ar rest Beckwiths health failed rapidly as a n suit of worry over his troubles He trot tiently declared during his ill ness that he wanted to die For sev eral days prior to his death ho re fused to take food in any form Death resulted directly from heart trouble The death of President Bcckwith may materially weaken the case of forgery and conspiracy to misapply bank funds now charged against Mrs Chadwick WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY The Grangers Want It Observed as Farm Home and Factory Day New York Feb SA proclamation Addressed to the American People was promulgated from the various stato capitals under the auspices of the National Grange Patrons of Husbandry and various national labor and agricultural organizations declaring that Washingtons birthday be observ ed as Farm Home and Factory Day It advises that upon this day the people concentrate their thought upon tha conditions for the betterment of tho oJni frmstisIffactor lh roc matson recites a nttnoer of reforms at the objec1 f the movement among them being wrnment authority over railroads Relent to abolish unjust rates and diVunmlnatlon a parcels post permitting packages up to 11 pounds in weight and a post check currency post- BATTLE OF HOIKUTAI Japs Lost 16 Officers and 5500 Men Killed cr Wounded London Feb = According to the DailY Malls JuVo rc7espt nt Lieut Gen Tabii smmanlt- he l Eighth Japan s vision bore the brunt of the fighting in the battle of Holkutal He va constantly opposed by superior forces but continued fight- Ing till the iasi with a total loss of 162 officers and 5500 men killed or wounded WRKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 3 CATTLE Common 52 60 3 75 Heavy steers 460 4 85 CALVES Extra 725 HOGSChi packers 4 9 5 00 Mixed packers 4 85 8 4 95 SHEEPExtra 5 10 5 25 LAMBS Extra 7 75 FLOUR Spring pat 20 0 S 45 WHEAT No 2 red 118 120 No 3 winter 112 CORNNo 2 mixed 46 No2 white 46n OATSNo 2 mixed 33 No 2 white 33 3- 4RyENo2 82 86 AYCh timothy 12 5- 0IORICClear mess 14 20 LARDSteam 6 35 BUTTER Ch dairy 18 Choice 31 APPLESChoice 2 75 3 25 POTArOE Per bol 1 50 1 60 TOBACCO New bOO 13 00 Old 45Q 14 75 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 5 10 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 1 15y8 1 20 No 3 red 1 04 1 16 CORNNo2 mixed 0 43 OATSNo2 mixed 29 RYENo 2 75 PORK Mess 12 65 12 70 LARD Steam 6 25 New York FLOrit Via strfi C50 6 85 WHEAT or red 1 Js2 4CORN N 2 mixed 54 OATSNO a aka4 36 36Vi RYE Wer w 80 PORK E 75 LARDS S3 vnvcLTTI4t e AMBS r VTAT2S qHOGS WHEAT rc 47ftOATSPORK NXsi 11 00 LARD Pure ram 0 6 50 iaijHiOJit WHEAT NoV CORNNo 2 n rElUIprSNor 11117t r f 5 I J t Jofj KNOWSfmn la Given a Job by an MIT That Proves Too Much for Him editorth fibry that fact could be put into behinato nn in vlveu flow of premiums deferred dividends cash surrender values and choices relates Worlds Work ie gravelytee don t understand what youre talking about Hut Ill tell you what Ill do If youll write that propo sition out inl ordinary English so that an ordinary mm can understand it Ill publishyou 100 for it will IT Sure IwiiII exclaimed the overjoyed agent thinking he had indeed departeddjuringA week paac t The agent called up on the telephone to sav that be was working upon the ft g There was less in his vour Two weeks more r ipsed The editor had forgotten the whole thing when the gents card came Inherit It was fol owed by the man 11aid the editr got my atticla sneeishlyTheyou want it after a Lets call t off It is hardly too much to pay that this s typical Pals Report I have been toMlIaid Mrs Oldcastle that your daughter has been doing some pyrographyOh aint t there at all The stletter- we had from her she was in PitUburg and thought shed go right to Washington Chicago flccordHera- dtmpcrtant Business yourAudubonMm Wise We passed a resolution con demning the cuckoo clock San Francisco Call THERE IS JUST ONE SURE WAY Dodd Kidney Pill Build lp Run- Down People Ther Make Health Kldnern and That Sienna Healthy People VhatllrandUnJ L Dnffer SaT 6thSpeciaiThatthe kidneysinperience of Mr and Mrs Joseph L Duffey this place Both were weak and worn and dispirited They used Dodds Kidney and today both enjoy the best of health Mr Duffey says HJ was ve y weak eelthingKidneylillsI am strong and well now thatiffelt I could not step over it Since taking Dodds Kidney Pills I can run and jump fences Healthy kidneys insure blood Till insure healthy kid neys I The inventors are a very wonderful class nowadaysbutitdidnt need them eo much as some plain tlieyedoneEarllcit Green Onion The John A Salzer Seed Co La Cross Wis always have something new ome thing valuable This year they offer among their new money making vege tables an Earliest Green Eating Onion It is a winner Mr Farmer and Gardener I QJ JUST 8EXD THIS NOTICE ASD 160 and they will send their big plant and seed catalog together with enough seed to grow 1000 fine solid Cabbages 2000 rich Turnips 2000 blanching nutty Celery 2000 rich butter 1000 splendid Onions 1000 rare luscious Radishes 000 gloriously brilliant Flowers In all over 10000 plantsthis offer ia made to get you to test their warranted vegetable seedsand ALL ion BUT ICO POSTAGE providing you will return this notice and theril1lth of July Sweet Comthe- elrlicston tth10 days earlier than Cory leep o DayFrfifAIU etc K L Many a man wants de Gofllfl ter flyI but wen it comes ter puttin mosey- en tie wings he says hes in favor e home missions Atlanta Constitution I A CLEAR COMPLEXION A Simple Home Treatment for Black head Red Rough and Oily Skin and DUflffarlnc Humors blackheadeuring humors you will find this simple speedilycflectivethe face with the great emollient skin cure Cuticura Ointment but do not rub Wun off the ointment in five minutes andbatheevening and you will soon be rewarded with a Skin soft white and clear Cuti complcxionISOJIp andbeautifyskin in a condition prevent sag blackheads pimples eruptions or the troublesUsedof crusts and scales removing dandruff hairForandOintmentIn a single night Some mens idea of holdin down a obsaid Uncle Eben is to lit around alongWashingtonI To Cure a Cold in One Day l1dE W Groves signature la on each box 23c- The plum not unlike the per summon sometimes has an unpleasant ef quiteripeIn infaiuibleSamuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900 The ideal man is he who gives thank that some are as well off as him self and others betterPuck j A Guaranteed Cure for Piles BleedlngorProtrudlngPllesYour Ossvxssv falls to cure In 6 to U days We- It will not be so very long before you are talking about thin that happened way back in the year OfN Y Mail JACOBS OIL i4t 4 aS 7 r rrtr= 7 iia rrs r H d T8 7 4 trvj c 0 Iv r TREI1iBft 1Nrh fll To Prove what SwampRoot the Great Kidney RemedytWill Do for YOU Every Reader of this paper May Zd Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mall i Weak and unlicalttiy kidneys arc responsible for more sickness and suffering than any other disease therefore when through iftyjlect or other causes kidney trouble Is permitted to continue iattl results are sure to follow Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most because they do most and need attention first If you are sick or feel badly begin taking Dr Kilmers SwampItoot tho great kidney liver and bladder remedy because as soon as your kidneys begin to get better they will help nil the other organs to health A trial will convince anyone The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot will set your whole system right and the best proof of this is atrial S3 COTTAGE ST MELROSE MASS lAN1IthI904Eerless kidney trouble and within the past year it became so severe and complicated that I suffered everything and was much alarmed my strength and power jras fast leaving me I taw an advertisement of SwampRoot and wrote aflcln for advice I the use of the medicine and noted a decided Improvement after taking SwampRoot only a short time saythatiloj e very sure about this I had adoctorexamlne some my water and he pronounced it all right and In splendid condition I know that your SwampRoot is purely vega table and does not contain any harmful Thanking yon for my complete recovery and recommending SwampRoot to all auncrer lam truly I C yoursRIChARDSON SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but it promptly cures kidney EDITORIAL NOTEIn order to prove the wonderful merits of Swamp Root you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuable information both sent absolutely free by mall The book contains many of the thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters re ceived from men and women cured The value and success of SwampRoot are so well known that our readers are advised to send for r sample bottle In sending your address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure to say you rea d this generous offer in this Xt is said that the increase in the num her of women who are doing mens work has been 40 cent in the last ten years From which the inference follows that a good many women are fittin themselves for the practical respon sibilities of matrimony Atlanta Consti tution Special Excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 March 7 and 21 1905 via Kansas City Southern Railway LakeCharlesrex and all other points on K C S Ky fo tickets wnii 21 days limit and iiny ilege of stonpUit r rt ruiteuntjotug ai1 nit 5r ofFulfilmentS Ry or for further information re garding these excursions write to S G ityKansasThere would be an enormous increase in production if we were all paid what we think we are worth and earned the money Puck SS Ladles Can Wear Shoes FootEasehot aching feet At all Druggists 25c Ac FREEAddressS The inventor of the gold brick is dead but many counterfeits survive him Louisville Herald AN OLD MANS TRIBUTE Aa Ohio Fruit Raiser 78 Years Old Cured of a Terrible Case After Ten Years oij Suffering Sidney Justus fruit dealer of Men tor Ohio says I was cured by Deans Kidney Pills ofa severe case pf kid ney trouble of eight or ten years standing v I suffered the r most severe ir backache and other pains in I the region of the kidneys These P were especially I severe when liftSIDNEY mybacktime but just as bad at night and I was always lame in the morning I was bothered with rheumatic pains and dropsical swelling of the feet The urinary passages were painful and the secretions were discolored anti so free that often I had to rise at night I felt tired all day Half a box served to relieve me and three boxes effected a permanentcureA Address Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y For sale by all dealers Price cents m H Mfr 4 I The Great Nonesuch Remedy 1 voTdv jnonk cure strong Tfaighl sure has fota large part of a centur Vtled with and AchesaniinSthe and 50c liver and bladder troubles the symp toms of which are pbllged to pass your water frequently night and day smart fag or irritation in passing brlckdust or sediment in the urine headache backache lame back dizziness poor digestion sleeplessness nervousness heart disturbance due to bad kidney trouble akin eruptions from bad blood neuralgia rheumatism diabetes bloat ing irritability wornout feeling lack of ambition loss of flesh sallow com plexion or Brights disease It your water when allowed to re main undisturbed In a glass or bottle for twentyfour hours forms a sediment or settling or hasa cloudy appearance It is evident that your kidneys and blad der need Immediate attention SwampRoot is pleasant to take and Is for sale at drug stores the world over in bottles of two sizesand two prices fifty cents and one dollar Remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Bing hamton N Y on every bottle paper The genuineness of this offer la guaranteed COUPON Please write or flit In this coupon with your name and address and Dr Khmer Co Rend you a Free Sample Bottle of SwampRoot a the Great Kidney Remedy J Name St and No City or Town State Mention tali paper iWheatIS THE RECORD OS TUB 1 FREEHOMESTEADLANDS WrJ OFWESTERMCANAOAFORy Tbe ISOOOO Farmer from the Chlte1 States whodunnit the past seven jtan bate none to Cans da participate In ibis prosperity O tei Sates ja ii 5f1r1bomesit1euCXda andtfcoue ct bti bo heipprodecbut Arplr forlnformatlon lo SLTEIIINTEMIBXT of JUUIGKATIOX Ottawa Canada or II M WILLIAMS Lair Building Toledo O Am horltcd JoTcrnmcn Atrcoi 1kuiaa wSer yoaasic usu adeertb mSfl sSaizersNational Oats fWvieidedlInMo25andinJflk I toref record ISIS Forl9candthlsnotIee iWI mail you tree lots of form seed urn pies and oar bin t u tngatiabouttbtaoatwonderadtZiouaands 3OHNLALZEREEDCSKL Strawberry and Vegetable Dealers TbePauenicer Department the Illinbli Central pnbUeatIonknownaaCircuiaroi too countryfor w vegetables ETery dealer in Such products sboifi IirVqiowaJF MEHItT Ant Cenl Paur Agen MOTHER GRAY f71 SWEET P0WDERS 57 FOR CHILDREN A Certain Cure for FeTerUhnew CoBllpatloa HvadaekeS Btom cl Troubles Tetbin I5iorderu and DeitrorOTHIBeaiTJWorma They Break npCaNU 4drenS3iwrorkcny A8OLITtO Lo Roi NY r t floosekeaperAhelps StlliforSte Jlillnl to anyone stage EKTEKPKI8K MFO CO JhtloT Fm BEGGS CHERRY CQUGH SYRUP cures coughs and coU D Spaso book FREE referencesITZGJS1LLD t 1ELECTROTYPES iIn TMt tnt1for sala p5wLdstcaiSit th Iowrf prier by PISO S CURE FOR usWKf LiE Bc t Coujh Srrup Tut Oooil lse time Sold brdrucrtst SUMPTION 5 206O PUTNAMTFArpELESSStour D Y E SfIi gusrlced Is gieeIpri ilk dnslmnwUl its ml paid at lie t itctifi Vtlii 1st bn kwUtlBols Djt BltjcS tal Kit Cewi MONKOBDI LO CQ UakavlUv Missouri A S r r LiA 5F l 1 It 1h f t i a 1tf ti4 t f j1 7 t 1 tJ o I rt h =i it IN AyAiPf t l Y lIsRIcOmmUnlCRtions to t r ODTLOOK PUBLISHING Co or to s c Johs W HOBAKER Owingaville yI iYii S Subserlbfs desiring n change a i f IIF adilrllsiihoiildal al ways give previous iJt address when writing 4 Corrfjpodenl when oUt ofitn rf tiunerv ehoild mention fact on a p prAte slip of paper t t No conirnipftnri is allowed to any t bony on tibvcripIIoneSumTH O ftir orieclollar fix month for sixty c nttbree months for thirtyfive i cenYs THURSDAY FEn o 1905 f V t L ANNOUNCEMENT J j JStf t FOR RERsENrATIvEjIt y k We are authorized to announce d Cling E Day of Morehrad a can 0 t I tiate fur reelection ns ReprePcnta Ji w0 i the from Bath ind Rownn coun t ties subject to the action of ti10wn j juemocrat 0 party J l rJspot thirty thou r t mnd milei in diameter but it WI 1Le ifJ nt1ver be noticed by any except U I astronomical iIINwf J in RuBtio oro keeping up a hubbub b hut it will enil in the Governments triuojph fnitn present indications d THE high olllibl in Russia tni Z 1wieId and abiie power ut will bis HfVis in danger every minuio Soisalnn Snininen ProcuralorGen s Il ftal of Finlnnd is the latest one be assassinated r i TOE Supreme Courts decision 11tit t t the Bef Trust case tHIS hud no up 4 p Jprecible ctfecfon the price of live t tuck or butchers meat thei oneGring UQDroQtubly low und I unreasonably high t i Ip VRECIDINT BKCKWITD of the fail 1 qerlin Ohio blink is dead of lieIe w financial dealirigs with Cassia Lath4 ii XJbauirick Cas ie harfcjuised vi tratJj ioui inrts of mourning Iii many t quarter qIS 11sb1 t rrriitn who can direct the construe 4i lion of the Panama Cunnl with r neatness and dispatch The troti 1ile it that those capable have n r telterpII job unities they con rsider undoing fame 1 THE latest from the Ky Gene re Assembly wits that the House and Senate bad agreed on a compromise ibill by which the Hunt tract will sitctGBisiion whether an adjoining tract i bepurcttisedre THE Republican leaders of the House of Congress are rushing through at lightning speed the very i shSt ver was a measure deserving do liberation one If enacted itroay result in final Government r erofaadd1ItI1I- U is not the sortof JegisliiHwfl II through in n ljurry else the nation loisy erer bitterly repent it jL l = =r Tee Kentucky General Assembly i Jfl jy having a high old time wrung riing over the site for the new mil lnondIUarcRpl lIl diaugraMn and onIEfttitutional limit meanwhile draw Sa the legal salary with nfl the jtregularity of crnflrajeo1 habit The c session costs not far from a thou 11Ind dolUrs per tiny Enough ISOI5 li less wrangling and dlugreeitigtinearly pay tot the 4 JOHANN Hncn is a professional 4 fBHtriaionUlist He ia alleged to Jiave Married anywhere from twcn 11 women up to an indeUnite iniuisl T kker the returns from the back pro t jcmcts not all lining in Some he lieSIerIed and all he Induced to gcfepeeificchaJrge ew York Hocb ranks at hdtif hts profession If guilty FavilP v THS Hargis pa tyot leatbltt wSAppeals ifwUy of proceedings In 1I FajBtU Clreujt Court until Feb 10 iTben the Appellate Court will pa Jjlely OM the question of tJ0 e Court Jurisdiction mtS1sT8swttnefses who wero induced lijrjttireate and bribery toV leave l during the trial of the IbMHMBargis damage suit t ii4 arretkt WlncUaster dayIll jI wM ire drawing close around 4k peop1 j theywill need U Their pewer anrf possibly wore lp 5p scaM the laws penalty fur their 2rJ 55S 1de4s- i V4itt iS OIymPi AtIt IWMskje t1beIte b Mi Swarts returned I jk t tpiKht Creek i lVS tkteWtVIrginIs 1Ff eiisInfoiirboya bsve gonej WTeiigkaa1aiaftIeero1ast a ktPda ef k starR he kipt hore cryii tis3rS c LrpIfI and W P1D mnld 411kMyW y ppsnt from jqi4v witIi f1t9- ide I I t414j g SfrrIlS 1 Ff t c to rco Hill tJcejisosomo better Utirj 1 IcdFrIthiyuI lustI weei TliomnVllcrv soul five 110 IllI s to K AjiiTiotMil fii WillfnniK willlUoo Trai wiCnHorfftnant wce on Prickly Asli jfrrlbaccu uurIJ kno ltccwthe tiflee IIx bukSllultz of ItisLCk1IIgformers parents J K Jones and wil eVCityIJohn Myers Fold n fut cow to W w Uuzor at 2Jo per lb Aaron Mjers sold his house and to Ed Myers for if 100- t John is tel tiizCoiraILand Vo hodnecduyT A Denton gout a mreh con toj JittufS Otis for 2750 riida hog Ianu Thompson at 4c per lbIt1T A Dentnn solij his rllTlllond- hou8lhlild goods aid will leave in n few days fur Honpesion III His mIiy will vieij friends inFlowing county until Jlarch 1 und will then join him Odssa botAlmost everybody seems to have IIRnd keep taking mure cold in this community Kirs Robertson of Olympia was Dr A WJunes last week taking treaMuent for cance- rOoaiConyers and wife Walter A MtVMrs Mary J Power bus been po urly with malarial fever for some rime but je Improving slowly now Manybfcre regret not hearing e rat funeral in time to attendor lenat to nil up with thecllfpie Gild givo Clint and Tom a rest l IIHUlsboroThe ice harvent is over A W Steele of J5ncsville O was hero 1ridayVMrs John W ro turned Monday from IndiaiiHpoiis IIEhlr J K Jones made a bttei ness to Hath countyAVeilnes day Chnrloy Lyile of Fairvlew visit ol his grand father John Clark and family Wednesday f A E Poston and Fred Crawford ttirned homo Friday from Le x ington whore they had been wor km Ing for Several weeks John Clark Sr met with a pain bJltplingWe hope ho is not seriously hurt John Suinuiitt who has beeiuem phedon a railroad in Georgiin arrlvtdhGroMollduy to visit W JfSumjuitt an l family and left 1V d nel5dit Reynoldsvllle f Willie Boyd who had his face burned is almost well i Eugene the little sort of Mrand M drsli st Siluf Corbin spent Sunday with lug daughter 3rs Will Maul ey near BethelVWoodson Moore of Suit Lick FrhtuyundSundIlY Iiss Lithe Jones of haul Eagle spent Monday night with Miss Muyme Donaldson Miss Jure BrattonofEastUnion visited liss Zorah L stor from Tuesday until Wednesday NltVCorbin Misses Clewnis Socrest Dull Katberine lloyd were uest of Miss Lizzie Dona1d oil near Mt Pleasant Sunday purtyenieces Miss Glennie Secrest of coutit and Miss Lizzie- DonuldsoROof near Mt Pleasant theytee small hours in the morning Crags IiThOtil88 Craig voidto Addiet Jones a horse for thirty dollars Henry Tincher and family spent Sunday with Mrs Abbie Sexton Chris Garner who and daughter Lottie yieited relatives here Sun George Hunt traded cows with John Yarbrougl giving him 7 to boot John and Cole Sarroli ame ho Saturday from their work zenrVtVItl Sterling JmcsLonll and son Richqrdtof Flat CreebTferogue8tB Iea here Sunday r fIJIma8 rnlgioldto Jeff tV1 a n s1nl1Yb1O T Slclii r8 May Soztori is beterlltrs Mary L JIanley UjonEyoae1s cocBpluining about the Wld wimthte JffejM eMaseeraaynever to sijtt the pope When hot th3want it coolI when Its coolthsy wantit hot al Avuys i wfiat is notl74SSS q +J i t r t r acicseiV- tso Jeff CiarkVn 1it VirgiiiiS III work MondayV Hud Copher ninv il tom tiIore mined 10 this pluco Thuraday Hud lurk of Civ mnuti is vis linir lilt parttits 1Jii Clark Mud Williuiu Ciurk and Vio visited Mr MntUpivor Prickly Ash John titisofticur Bet lid v- iIJotieu tjliniidler und fnu ily list ww D flIt Steele of near Sharps- rgjviritcd FqF Tackctt und iiiWInst weekwasKarl Rutliir of Suit Lick visited grandparents Dunicl Harper wife lust week FJHHltInitiind wife neur Rcynoldsville John Mauley and Wither Hamil ton Fpent ltt Thursduy with AU Hums und family on Flat Creek Mrs Fannie Cole of lower1 Prickly Ashtpent several Uuys WUItItCoburn Frunk Hendrix has routed his k1uckeiteb ickin fimrw of IL IJr lIlndrix d fnuiily will move with hit regrcthelD v Flat Creek Mrs Charles Myers is on tho sic list Brother Purker tilled hit appointIvisoient here Sunday spcutSlinday James and Leo Steele spent from LexlngI nteMarshall Webb nnd wife spent Monday night with W 13 Foley und wife William Atchison nnd wife of Oningsville spent Sunday with rs Hello Ricegr tlltn 3gcii visit with friends at Winchester Willie Webb und sister MissNet Mondayri hClarenceJames Marion of S loaturdayher uioiherin law MrsSallioSuiooV Upper Flat CrookarJas VVGlover is sickwith grip Next Tuesday is St Yuleutinee day 71 0 Lane was in Owingsville Friday grMrslog id with relatives hero toMissday for several months stay with relatives in CIijcnTnMiss Funnie M Glover ppont Slit t Cohet GloveroJack Goodpastor wlo had been in this niction for ta pust month returneit to his home tt i aliLU8 ville Irld4Y TTcTOwings is with his sis tenk Mrs Orit Lane wjiile recavering from the effects of a full receiver fromTiisr Mrs J B Carpenter of Pleasant Plains 111und Miss Mary Sue Carpenter of Salt Well visi ted relatives in his vicinity sevo rateays luSt week Upl10r Whlto oak Newt Hunt has j pncum iiu v Nick Burnt visited David Uailcy nnd amity Saturday nightJ lifday night anti Sunday The farmers who signed their roo eilidtoIfor bufine s soon Joe Henderson arid wife lefifi Wednesrluy for Arkansas wit en they will select a suitable locutioij to make their future Imbrue vountolksV1I8 lorgely attended and alt prOst irbeganatnThe Rural Free Delivery will a great benefit to those living u distance from postoftlcea Those who take daily papers will bo able to get them on tho day of publicu n except SundayS gherkltchenprepare breakfast her attention of was a yeslargo g table Upon examination it was tbund to IllS large opossum She at once told Mr Bailey that there was an opossum fn the kitchen e Mr Bailey being a fond lover ofA opossum sprang from bis bed in ila night clothes nod went in pur s uit of the animal with a broom Ho chased time thief uround and url thuroom five or six times and finafiythe old man lostJ eLand went tumublintVltIe knocking b Jt In f roomrnInIosoo t OnVentmrt found the nlrnuin fl of and Mrs Bailey standing riim cr iih a broom He thrfap they hud hind a battle but tlvo dit mi 1I1slJ1h t m61f tn his elbow an d Inltrf fIot f d I f tor o m 1 JylI1m wont to SaIttiTK lust Saturday Willie H Ham went to Morohciid Wednesday S slieveraltho put week loa Cogswell was nt Scranton lust WednesdIjf JV II ttrsiul lIIs lVentupin Morhias KHnsCount lust week W S1le1Ciniicy sold Mr Suggf 10 11111or corn ut 225 Miss Nellie cljg well who hit s been Pony sick is able to be out again Wesley Williumo of Scrunton here lust Thursday on his way to Suit Lick Miss Evans school closed nt Mt lo lust Fruits and she returned to l ilienICrooks Henry Johnson is on the lck list Wo are having plentyof winter yet tJ O Wood went to Adhluiid Sat urdny H D Nixon visited relatives nt Suit Lick lust week IIlIyncs Jiickson of AVinclicster 5 here Wednesday i I1 frlcA C Jonee of Owingsville was tho guest ol D S Nixon Sunduy Mrs Charley Reed and MrWill Salurkyyiterl his brother Asa here Sutur tiny anti Sun4nyJPress bought of R E Myers fire steers at 3jc average weight nine hundred poundsvA Mr McCormick of Winches r was here lust week bujing wul nut logs to ship to LeVlngtnni Bethel Jessie Gilleepie bos the mumps iijippe Bruck Gillespie is sick threaten with pneuuwniabThe mumps is keeping several children from schoolpDr J J Werner was in our vil go several days lust week Some of the sheepmisers lire sing their lambs this bud1 weather J W Corhins little son Tom hud the misfos tune to broakSIa Sunday At lust reportlie was getting along very well Monday was tho Avorct day of tho season for travel It ruined und frozo on Sunday makingiii thigrounlAnthur Thompson of Williaiiis wn made a visit of pcverul diy him his aunt Mrs Hell lItlIlII and other relatives in BelblItnd neighborhood Some lire Mill talking lmeiob ic As flclltliip while ntheri icyiuught to put or let uplilld give IOniC one else II chance WP Baud and wifo have botight heJiuusca tfitNdiPfe tlie postof filcalldelephnne excIo lire ept and ill ropuir nllduddlo IUUclnmJ rent their dweljiut t t Knob Lick Jt is cirnslderabyivarwer- Jeff Ijghiev sold a cow to James Welltl fur 20 Wo had a very cold week 55cvr rtilwere frostbitten Bud fopher moved buck to his plnce ear time old mines Friday Both of the dinkeys at the mines were out of oleVJim Uubbins milled niT a cow obam Clark three fboats Him Col nen calf Jc8sRobii8on and brolh er winners Several from horu tended pertWednlsdoy things brought fair prices Thursday morning Mrs Arnold Uoodpastcr8welJt u dynamite car ridge into time ilreJIt exploded laceIthe side s corpthneefourtlis if are- responsible it would be quite saviugorflheep to get rid of that ninny useless dogs Those who ure- I sheepkllllngdogs proof BUUlctont SoiiETnixjsTo THINK ovNolae argumenisRidicule ir ument Government ownership moans service at cost Tho church is teaching too much ospnl according to mammon mndeuptllelrThe Peoples party Is not 1PI ins d to riches but is opposed to stol n wealth The Sermon on the Mount ninkes an look like the frazzled end of uVjuiddy dogs tall f lUll nq the nature of things thatfj forceeliSV Ncha thing as a less Issued 1IyII j ded silkclnd girl ill edit tot callous handed cali ad mntier neyp ost illt J ane nnd It1s lnsultt9j1 youricsk lJreto do what Thj mpst p L Qw L Q 1 eauii to f 1 Mooroa Forry 0 l tt s iinni hllr ha time grip alid bid eds x lho rain Sunrtay role Sunday night und nude the roods very ckRMorton Sorrell of fIt Creek vic in1tVtitjl relatives hero iii p stwiek HRMrss been visiting her parents Mr und Mrd G W Razor time pst week hue JuboughtHoes Run known as the Wells fo Sfrumsoon boughtin1125 Ib cow of John Oliat 2 25 per cwt und peven hogs of James ighley ut 125 per cwt they weighed 920 lbs1u beKj puiirncrJ W llendrix was on East Fom Friduy on businessthMrs J G McClure visited Mrs B G Woolurd Thursday E G VaaiidIrclanti wife visited W S Woodard last Friday whiendsVtd Manning moved into u tenant Iiouso of Jutnes Woodards Friduy Julia Emmons and family visited E G Woodard und wife Thursday Corinc Anderson bought a etiruld horse of George Gray for j5unT DAnderson visited his brother ill10 L Anderson at Odessa lust Monday Geore A Arrnsmith and noisitedd ays last week We lire still having snow viii s a great help to wheat that has lately come up George Kirk gave time youngsters rollMrs Rebecca Knox returned IiI181h week from Illinois where she hud een on a tlireo luuntlis visit Mrs Elhza Ucndrix visnted her arent9 J W Darnell and wife of Odessa a few days last weekUis GudgellllI or et Vicu hud a paralytic stroke lust Friday and in inu critical condi lion Jonuthnn Stephens is on the hillet InUI ma Bailey is ill with cancer of the breast SLopstono John Inurum of Preston wus hero on busines I Mondnv in ciu tinectionMrs Sallie Brown of PuSntsvillp herdMrs W H Henry is still right ingsickbeen n sutferer off und on for some months ItMiltonler in law Miss Sutlio Stout und H jHFsity hpcnt Sunduy with V B Henry und familym cfSfenccrllpC aPvcrStIrTs- xd Iszllh her slitter JIrs IfnVsui Jon 9 family on Suit 1cIlVThomas II Turley of Cliebni tee Illvhmc vii9 here several weeks visiting lug parents und his father inluw S P tiutiveeJ W Johnson who had been in time C 0 hospital nt Hunting for some timo hits been released and is here with his wire visiting his futherinIuw Joo Rayi und IiioThomas Garrett Wafr at J W Mnntjoys Thursday night attend fug a party given by Misses Hargis reportshehuvlngt u Nathan Howardsmother A oattlollie pitilj l i c ingkomplaiining agebeingabout 83 years old s Mrs Santford Perkins spent sev- a eral days last week with her snnJn lows parents near Winchester where she was called to tho both e of her grandson who took tick while on a visit there She reports the child very ill but some better when sue left there anddaughtcrlIlss 1ikeepingandnear Mt Sterling where they will tho latter for a few weeksthe miformerIIlocationherI a mother in the fall SALI4XNOT PAID BYg FEB 131 Will positively be advertised y sem VVr BOWA Bhotiff Bath County z 4V ii r tl ht I Stoop r S mDoalof iid tans bee ujvitlJ uarbiliicies 4 i No sales have becn4 in t iVVEalsenteru are vry thick iniparts und places lire very sea rco + UA S Bridges isnblo to befnin after sevcfai weeks ill tut7v4 JMiss Sullie McDonald hll r turned to her home Itt Mt Stcv Tteuiti Uoodptaster cC Tr Territory is visiting relullvesVi dy v II Miss Margaret McIinittrsitite Oak is visiting Mrs Hamilton W t tBrt Saunders hits moved vthe house recently vacated by1VS r A KisaickSJohn II Wren of Mjivisited his sister Mrs Snraii A ul near Springtifld last week Probably the reason politics has en styled us hII becuuso the ittichans all have u hI of a time rielkey cannot hUt the contract of run lIng thsmtclvcs 5 Shirley Shrout time youngest son of Hurlun Shrout hs again run uwuy from hume ImirIey IS useti to this business nidi at present his ereabouts ure unknown J II Gillaspie of OukHillFatra sold his saddle stallion Merrill Denmark said his fine black jack Robert C to Saunders k Maggard of Fleming county for 100 Miss Sollie McDonald closed IIT school here Friday It i tho animous belief of all that Miss Sallie taught us one of the best of schools und we commend her to any di se OttendedaIIOur friend Knot Lick invitee us to argue Democincy further n hotDemocracy the battle has beet uglit and lost it is time now for creation und thought until tho hour for action again arrives The P er0dUCti1tuny argument time side that cannot produce time facts is the one that puts up the biggest argument The reuson the Populist party has been perpetual failure is because it is composed of more argument than action A pint of action is worth u peck of argument Itfi tIU t t 1heproves to bo something of un cnig till a Speaking of ynung men Watson Parker and howard may be youiiKmen probtibly tin yniusgcst is PUt two eore years quite u diirerincu cuiiytureil vhh Ihe oIi tag man jusjrfidding int manhood We uiri lo keep pled ll Populist a tints tad in the Intil puhlilhedthundreds of conimuniculionn Iron tliirerent nifn oil over the Union i mevc P puli tK Re formersrti None of them rail to tellof Ilia being old anil hnvc heco iiediHgiiFted With the two grea t eties etc We havent reutl un3T nnmiinicutlons from young men hllVllent of political parties eluultl be towards tilt advancement of mini kind Political parties are cli cntiul to carry on a political form uf gnv or nienl without them it rcpuhli cuirgovernment could not exist These panics lire either all right or all wrong Their intention is the same though sonic of their ideas 1111rclaims that his party is the only none thats right and yet his party is the only one that is nut helping better conditions Time Democrats lire in the minority though they re helping the Republicans make laws ut our nations capital tending towards the betterment of affairs We know of noPopulist lawmakers TelJlerby both Democrats and Populists A man should ntit be so selfish in S3Poiitie8 should make no difference worldly affairs We should fometimcs reflect our thoughts on hoso times A selfish roan one who thinks only of himself nnd his can pass by a little brooklet wending its way among the foot hills of a beloved country little suspecting that the Unseen Power moving that little rivulet onward towardu mightier body of water is the same Power that causes him to move on ward und intends for him to con tribute to a greater mankind which he doesnt think anything about throno thinks of himself Ho will gaze Lon that selfsame little brooklet und will at once realiao its mission apIp ant love its sublime purity As tilt little rivulet moves onward toward a greater body of wuterhis thoughts move on to a greater mankind Probably the little stream will ause him to perpetrate a deed that ill live forever So one should hink of aK political parties if they re all bad there may bu n little ood in nil of them that should b looked upon os good by every one Knob Lick if the Populist party msimagnificentand perpetrate deeds time records of a which will dozzlo the eyes of gen erntions yet unborn und also invito from the young well oud better bo doing it now lest e false Pnliaia enlists within your ranks in 4 ll The News i Per Vear SUBS R1BE NOW VS5 L jV f t it 4 a 5S 4V H tm 1 j r rj I vJ JiVV 5V 4 VS fiSV ps d V5Sf J i l i 1 VV VSV Ii V4VV- SCC V IVc f r f J tA 5VV tSS I l I SS5i iVV 1 0r V5i ot f ft5p 1 YI d r v u r 0 hr2 4 1 J d f1 r= r r 1J r I J oj iI 7 r Iiy Ii fJrr4V 1frtjV r 4 ft t = iI rIf tIIjIT t jr I1 r i0r tt V X r 74 4 J M t itir JJ dlpJWtKy J5 f J r viiTVS 1 v f tl N MONDAY FEB 13 1SO t the Courthouse door in Owingsville1j Bath Co Kentucky we will sell to the J- ighest bidder the Jones iarra of 202 acles1j s r Jivelity of Wni Wright and the heirs fFlfEwing also the Rice place adjoining of 117 f acres more or less subject to survey Terms Onethirf1 cash onethird in oijSc- aly and onethilCl iii twcc YCtlrtk alil1 i i illUjdYnxesThis land will be sold to makifa 40f t WILLIAM WRlIc1lI i UWINGS U TpicrE y r = Sharpsburg Winter is still with uiV Considerable sleet fell hero Sun d UJ but not enouh to do anytlsi a geVSome of our fanners rc iHin i bull iuC1 with their early lambs uii account of the cold weather Mrs Waller Sharp and d uighter Aids Anna Jelfenuin havw In en spending several days in Clncin u it1VSome one stays the ground hog railed to come oiitoMm hole Feb 3 for fear Teddy would put u coiiii in it We have a man here who hue a new way to catch rabbits he sets a steel trap aiuLllien runs theta into it no pItcilt55V Murk Donaldson wife and child ren of Reynoldsville visited Ins mother Mrs Mulindu Heath Sat urduy nnd Sunday- GroverSeartniar town und Miss Laura B Johnson of Montgomery county were married at Mt Sterling Wednesday Feb IiMr May of Montgomery county his rented the 50 acre farm of Mrs ruh A Triplett near town and take possession March 1 Uncle Newt Ratlilf und wifoj Omar Rutliff wio and little son left last Wednesday for Hot Springs Arkansas to spend several w eeksVThe continued cold weather is hard on time farmers not done strip- ingp but it looks as if they will be ready by the time tho Association is ready to receive if there an many more hitches j j5 You tee In tIme course of one year tim bar unco of your watch makes 15680I 000 revolutions THINK OR 1T1 In time the oil gums produce riction nnd weurtfio delicate bear tgs destroyingthelr high fluisli nti perfect fit thus ruining un accurate timepiece An ordinary machine is oiled t jyYwrwiit should be oiled onco u yearVSV5t Let us examine i fnnhollestopinion front us will lI you g BascomSttirgeil OiiigviIIeTK J 7 IHen J- j Watt r VV O ILett S frD ifI Europ a i- VYlLbeA JV- 7J V1COUrierw Journal Ny i During 1905 A There wlllbeiiiariy other t attractive depsrtmensatIlV- gaping tomuku cciui1fraiLVVnewspaper VSVVkPVS Deyear lSSDaily and Sunday i yearVWeekly i year f I tLOUlSVJLL 0 By n Special Armangcrnentyoclget The Outlooift- mil IIoC The WEEKLY COURIER iOUKNAL both one year forfonlyi I 60 Sjhilomnbintitionotfrr ft i Vhrough TflsOviLooKiII1V uiNT BSi4 Goods for your DmDueyV- THen RO to l WREM8 RGKET STQ R JSAIflJ1Cl ln