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and harrows at reljBrother k Brother have openrd 41 their tobacco cotton Get pricesJ before you buy All who have property to tell at i public auction call on M D FurlS daItheml1Ivr Tolliver Donaldson sold to Wrai Manlry and Joseph Toy his40 acr It fnrm near 11 Pleasant Churcha 60pacrebnJ fYoung hausekcepcrs try Byron your housekeeping outfit They will stll you gq4giuds ut It lec 1gre i tJt ym lOlnare1l6idotfIrnrt ihreeycirhil frdlncntik 1075 lb average irtj oIfrhl nd tOr G Vf eiitucr the dentist iI t 7 uSes Oitontundrr and all Hppmved Mntc tlietici rr the pauijtss ea 24 j trnctim of ipcih j r1JI I L4h1 C iic k4titre wabiiigor sewing wit I fchine IIf Bud Udllr ly n Ut 10Q Ibb I loliutW oil Iv tuHizlr ur Jmlr plant bed tttttt f CiIar1toIee your JlI1tII ftt- t E r1 A 1 Brnos If y T S Shrout has all kinds ii ItO burjal clothes had everything usu ally kept by u firstclans Funeral f Director H PurethoiougkhredLgt Brahma i pullet ant cockerels for sale at TBHBop able prices Uyy Mrs J M Whnlejr Uethcl Ky 4tI f Jfothlnjltf wore annoying than to J ba brMklng11Jlnts an your plow ev r Qrytlrne you turn arotntd Jry n Uhattanpoifa and you vill not have that trouble Irjow have the largest stock of furniture on hand that I ever had at ono time and at the lowest prices for cash or credit J 4 tors SO OCT IS ARI FOR SLO acres onS lt f Well one mile south of Flat Creek a ore good house good tobacco barn well watered k1 W L SOLADIE q PlosUl pJIl1I root lheground Ji The otlnK by tlieChaUnllooga I SMr iiurusatlafactrytban tlit dono b oraoy ther make of plo r bn the market JJny t ChaUnnoogi juidyou will be pleased Wa tell the Ccader cook etovl L7 And rs gehattiinooga PlolIeI White sewlowachInepgi ADfirstcUcB hardware Come to- aeeUi Bnoyjipu Co ttoye Stoves x Stove t Stove ac M6reje6otttovesatBudBrothcrs i tban ill any store east of Lexing ton Ky ICIspring apjiroflcbos you will he look j I J Ingoveryouraapplyoe implements g oaatobereudytopItchs your crop Dotine t I heyj hard rullnlng plow whellSJU z i ean the Chattanooga thnt rum light and Is so strongly built that It It does net break every time you turn fi rood t JOB PRiKit qr Bcmeaber bat THE O ooKIprfpared ta pri it Jetter h billheads statereents envelope8cardslabe Is reelpti invitationa and all tn rts i bul Ie atatoiiery on Lb est 4f tpckviii tattei ul ityla at the fcost 4 rsJI5OVIlO prieea Cotpar our- J twoflwiUthiitfturnd out by any tokor5Jr j JII wte lTI t poRters dodge ra p tt a d everything usually 1 lb1 COlltr1Jo b t JarIiI or aJeuJ r if rT fcteed mortglges- r l4n af ks V Ji Jf 1 tf1 1 i ti t t7t i 1l i iirJ it I rt L zJ PERSONAL rEllIs Byron was ii Louisville luM leek Nt rjMrs M 1 F iris WIB very sick tho Alst week Oscar Palmer went to Lexington and Carlisle Mondayta thheoIlickmau Hockner of Winchester wns u guest of frloiulH here last week liohtJMisst ugnln after u severe spell of sick ss Hon Chins E Dny nnd Chins E nley of Morehaad were hero nday Miss Amanda Vinsun of Grayson was the guest of Miss Julia Elliott the past week Vtti C Harper nnd wife of Cut let lsburg wero down on u visit to ro latlves lust week Elder TW Harrison of LoxiiiR OnhoolhousoMiss Jane Gaitskill has returned me to Winchester alter a visit to r slater Mrs Jerfso Hampton Miss Maude Coylo after n visit to iraunt Mrs James A Barnes re turned home to Louisa last week DrO Mclntlre went to Car puthervisit C behasturday night to spend a few days th his parents Major J M Broth er and v1feofSpativesL1tt Sunday Mr Scott returned home MondzyvDy pakiguusts of John W Honakcr and wife Friday night Miss Julia Klllott returned Tues y of last week from the More att Normal Schoolowlug to tho Ill RS of ProfButtou She will return ra0t1A petition is being circulated toA Itit re a local option electtocu1d hf the town of Owingsville E0liver mnant tile best to b Ilughtequal For sale by Byron Bros James II Frteuian who wits sent to the penitentiary for killiug Wil UghlJ at Alt Sterling wes larded lest week Lluve your order fur fertilizer ith E Lik A T Byron unit get IleadVthe best corn itnd tobacco pyxfttcer on the ninrket Arthur Byron hUll lini lu jut residence nnd ton acres of lundAuni igh Street known as the Mr lhie Conner prepurty pzt lug O fur it j L tfiihn K Uichards WUB duly up plinteii currier on OwingsiHIe It F D Nil j6IrRichurJa dtclincdln M appointment fMrswn fejl on the pltct in her yard Tuefduy night and btuck the suit 01 n ruse bush in her left arm in flicting u painful wound Postmaster Barnes appointed Wallace Gudgell Jr carrier on e new Owingiville K F D No 1 that goes into operation Wednes d wayis substitute Elder U H Reed nt his tefiilence otr Vedncsdayof last week married Thoma Bradley and Miss Muml I Koor of near Days Mill They were attended by J S Spurlock and Min Nannie Christian UGet the tried tested undo trusted Pine Grove Sunrise and Bakqwell cook stoves Oliver plow BullMil chell hillside plow Stoddard disc harrow They will do the work E L A T BTBON J No MAIrTo UILLSBORO Owing to an icn gorge seven miles lung in Licking river extending aloogVy owing there was no mail from here to Odessa Wyoming6ranie City and from Wednesday of last week untilMondayos the far ryboat could not cross GOODPASTFKSTONE Elder B It R tossmarrlavelIrJnmelWorth Gotfflpastfr of near Ken dalls Spring and Miss Jennie Stone daughter of Mrs Ann Stone f Slate Valley The bride is a pretty popular and deserving young ladya granddaughter of Martin Jones The bridegroom has been employed for some years at the Forge Mill and is an indus trious and worthy young matt He and his bride have the congratulix ttons bud good wishes of many friends i CICDIT CuunTDocazTIl Feb illmaryconvene next Monday The docket is madoupas follows 63 old taequitycommon law 10 new common law 112 CommonweitlZhctsoe There are seven felony cases and 14 divorce cases 10 being new di vorce cases- Thecase of Tlioinri McCarty charged with killing George Wil ROBJind that of James Riddle charged with killing Qdd S Bad g er1 qcnoup this terw1the witncsibs being summoned for Jhe second day It islearned that Churle S Bronston the Lexington ajttorncy has been erauloyed to prosecute James Riddle J fi iIM40 1 It1 t t T Torn Turner of color fell off a a porch Jeff Atchisons residence nearVVyouiing Wednesday nncP rhEjlotlllltelation is that ArchlbaldStowart liau und a capitalist In Now York wilM g to put up five million dollars of e money necessiiry to finance the- sgoelation and Is looking around t duo other fire million CHILD BnnxKD Mrs Ida El tts son William aged about 10 years was dressing before n grate fire Monday morning and his gownicaught fire burning his side hands severely before the fire could he put out Whllthis burns arc pain ful they arc not dangerous DANOUUOIIS ILAiTiusa Colin Fowler ihe 11yearold son ufChn8 Fowler of Olympia and his little sister on Friday wero in an upstairs room playing with a dynamite oar tridgeo1ho cartridge dropped toe oor exploded shattering e of the boys hands The gIrls unhurtILAND SLEcA T Polk Forj sy the of Paris sold this Jones tracts of 202 acres of land atMIdlundCity for F M Ewings heirs and Williaw Wright at the Courthouse door Monday W II Thorns was the rchaser at 22 25 per acre The ico tract wee not put up but will sold later TUB SCHOOL Bath Seminary has un unusually large attendance pupils this term A large attend anco is expected also during the MheI work during this term and theybihl doubtless receive thuFUpfl trons during tho spring term All pils will be kept iu Hnnol worlvJor the graded school next full rn USE liunNknThe house ocr u pied by George Bradley on J tchionsA farm on lower Slate Creek caught fire Monday just be re noon and burned with aH its contents Mr Bradleys wife wat51 way from home anoWMr Bradley went in and built uwafirt then leaving to go to his turin work N but out chair was wlslrAtchisonlIusil MATT LIGIITFOITS DEATH Malt Ligitfoot wits fjund deud in bed at Farmers Sunday night flis death was prrsumublj due to heart die cae The body was brought here and interred hy the trave of dc ciafcdc father In the Oingsviile Cemetery Tuesday nf tiTiiouti Mutt Liifhtfoot WaS aged forty ix 3farc end was the youngest cun f J J Jurk Llghtfuot lie wan partly reared here in childhood and cltDle buck with his parnts from Mercer county when about grown and lived tiers several jiirs I1thud made his home at Farmers for n any years past He watt a young Uan of bright intelligence Nod vuEt clever and obliging winning ninnyI He is survived other brotherrfWillfnfMorehrnd and John sister MrsThomaE Lloyd nnd Mrs Thorntio Chirie ter till of Farmers The families have the sympathy of many old friends here Iin their sorrow LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Saturday Evening Feb nTheto noteIbeen chiefly Interested In the outcome of the Bur ley tobacco growers deal and the unofficial announcement that It has collapsed for want of financial back ing creates no At one Unto Louisville warehousemen wore ready to help finance the crop but they could not come to an understanding c growersaseoiationbasis and the fact that the plan as fi outlined woe not altogether practicable and the further fact that met with opposition from the trust prevented successful con summation Where so many Inter ests are involved and so much money Is at stake a deal like this o s propoitlotigeUhe expected financial encourage neat should occasion no groat dlsup ointmentiis the hand writing ou the vail has been apparent for some lit timeAs the weeks market the quality of the new Burley Wus not gootafld there was a decided lack of color in the offerings which were in many cases soft and out of condi Ion There was a falling off In the demand for trashes anti tho common red and mixed varieties were easier Irregularity was noticed iu the market for red tips and for nil grades of leaf but color strippers tprlcesanheIngsotcolory lugsmi J leaf OUlBur ley was Irregular and the quality of the offerings us arule undesirable Very little now dark tobacco was placed osalo Offerings were ger orally soft and quality good the proportion of export grades being small Trash and nil lugs were stronger showing nn advance of Uc while there vila H good demand t t firm pricesfor the various styles of Lent Old dark offeringn contained nothing exceptional They were of fair quality with tho market on the low grades ot leaf and lugs firm while the better qualities of leaf were irregular Stiles of leaf tobacco In the local market for tho week uuiouuted to 2 027 hogsheads compared with 32 the snme week last year Of the to tal 2033 hogsheads were Burley WW being new crop and 554 dork263 being new crop Since January I the salea of Burley have amounted 91clark001 rotaiLMies of new crop to dlte have amounted to 20 530 hogsheads i of which 18608 sold aa original In rejeetJoIIdUringdark tIle percentage of the rejectia Jterelptrutand aiuco January thiu Chiniounted to 0374 pal rtv Ib tt f r ALASKAN WIKTEK AH last weer the ground was overed with slip pery ice inukin v travel laborious a nd dlDgerousOn Sunday night o it mbecaweO in tjneter went down to 9 below zero y COOUT DxrIhe cold weaTher 2eit the crowd down to very mod eproportions Monday The metbchants report a vtry fair for tho number here There was practically no stock market n ligsmShrout to Ed Horseman a 2 year old heifer for 18i0 S Ierkins a mare for 70 BLEW Ur SAPrOn Tuesday night of last week the general store of Thomas Razor at Moores Ferrv upbyat the safeAA 11 WIthrow who lived near by heard the first two shots and got up and went to the store The burglars lert in alarm the other shot ghngoff in tjs meantime The outside door of the s to wits shattered but 340 in money was not reached Nothing was taken from the store The racks in the safe door had been stopped up with soap and nitro glycerine used ns an explosive Mr Razor dispatched to Capt V GoMillikcn at Wilmore Jessamine Qnunty0iatjie wanted his blood the burglars hut on llikdEndvcpus the ground was vcrodw ill sleet and rain hindo een falling the dogs were not brought CONKLK WILLIAMS M isa Cora Williams and Mr FredConkle werehmarried at the residence of Bqin at Maysville ut 0 oclock Rev Bain had tho pator nicely deco ruiedwith flowers specially the buf window before which they stwid while the ceremony was per formed They were accompanied by Mrs Nettie Williams and 11 0SnlTIols5 a bountiful gray trimmed in w hite ribbons The groom wore a w h ThcylIIlhe i hotto until their new residence is done 1iacyarO wellknown young people here The hrlde is the daughter of Mr und Jlrn 1 BWII Ib fnrmcrly of Haiti couatyKy nnt the groom was a very Illlrient o le ffe in E M Petersons dry gocidsi store and Inter in Ilmknoy iC VtP etort of Irving Ratn6a4 Their ninny friends witch them a long li tippy lid prosperous wedded lifeiIrvingKansacLader Feb Rf CKKEtLEu DID IrCincin opimiticgfmen interested In Vie big Burle getinggaiiiHt the trust backed byStnnd ard lJil Secretnry Barton hut abandoned the field and gone hume No definite word that the message that called Archibald Stewnrt their representative back to New York after he started homo had proved a vain hope hid been received but his silence was taken as an ill omen There was no longer any need for sticking 10 the ship TIe tobacco men feel certain of one thing That is that Standard Oil has proved itself stronger that the 8l1e ed tobacco interests ol CincTinatl the independent tobac co manufacturers supporting them and some 30000 farmers of the togetherInthe ingenuity of clever leaders and produceThe 40000 farmers whOse liveli hood depends on the price they can get for their tobacco must accept gIveThoytrust must have white burley and lots of it in the immediate future and also the uneasiness the associa LIons efforts may have caused will enable them to get fair prices One of the foremost tobacco warehouse men inCincinnatiwhno time money nnd efforts have been thrown into the fight said Satur day longerWebe shorn A dozen times during the negotiations in NewYprk it hRs seemed certain that success would crown our efforts and tbere is no doubt that the men leading us be lieved their own statements that they would back the deal But each time one of the tenta DIes of Rockefellers octopus los toned itself about Dome man we relied on and be was dragged away from the pool Everywhere our representatives turned they faced a stono wall of Standard Oiland efforts to batter it down were ab solutely fruitless I think if anyone could have pushed tho thing through it would have been Stew art But he and allof us must bow down to Standard OiL As soon as Stewart returns to Cinsinnati and makes his final reo port it is believed tho formers will be released from the contracts with the Associati- onCytcjrWhieht do you t hliijt counts for tleiQostjnJie orhpr It f Jit s F Savoyards Wisdom K 1Iolll8flIl Post1 Wtlshlngton Feb 4 Not longf er the election lust fall I an from Birtninghiim Ala once Bryan Democrat but now an en iueiastic UOcSCtltrnnn lie was best satisfied individual I over eftw so far as politics was concerned and was the cornpletest optimist I ever saw 1 mentioned the tariff emphatlcnnyitf Tariff 0 that is all right It will give no sort of trouble in the orld Roosevelt can tlx it in a oment All that is necessary to do is to raise the tariff where it is oo low and lower the tariff where t is too high There is no trouble a bout tho tariff absolutely no trou ble I have not seen him since but I wish I hnd Ills cheerfulness And now comes the Omtihu Bee with a plea for trade expansion 1DfCriendof tho nee is a nSn named Rosewater I shall never forget the only time I ever saw burn It was in Northern Nebraska during the 1181anthusiastic Harrison man He made a speech in the rink as they culled it and I went to hear him The night was rather cold and there greatbarnlikef coal and red hot Ortnhe stage with the orator were two or three preacher two or three lawyers two or threo bankers two or three merchants nearly all the wealth f the town in fact There were perhaps fourscore people of both exes in tho auditorium For three mortal hours listened about the poorest orator tover eard and I enjoyed it Ho was the optimist through and through and even wore of a partisan than he wns an optimist I was not A- Stonished then when l saw in the Omaha Boa this preachment Icr nn respect cnn the national govern went do a greater service for promoting the prosperity of tile coun try tItan in securing the expansion nt the foreign trade nnd there o s pRrtrnccissnry to this Mark that lust ululIIcIIInrk the languagelhere should be no hesitation un the part of Congress It is excellent it is refreshing it is rosewater Tho bet way in the world to ex pnnd our foreign trade is to make i decent nn honest and a constitu tional tariff but that is not what Editor Rolowater would have and ingress hits no more idea of rank t g c uch a t trill than it has of resolving that it Is desirable for the South to ngain secede in order that we may have another great sectional war The economic cornerstone and copestone of the GO P is pa ternalism that the citizen shall do nothing for himself that tho gov expo08canhyanythe outrageous tariff hence the proposed ship subsidy that we are going to have as soon as Congress can get a whack at It hence gov ernmcntolmctcingof freight rates and by nnd by we will hove governmental ownership and operation ol engagedinas certain an that the sun shall rise in the East tomorrow morning unless the Democratic party comes to itssenses and that looks as put praying for The way to expand our foreign trade is to exchange with other people our surplus but the Re publican doctrine is sell every thing buy nothing Congress be lieves that when an American sells loahImtariff to restrain trade and reci procity is as dead as its enemies would have it be But that does panyfromhto promote commerce that is made impossible by tariff laws am now the people of the Mississippi valley who work for a living are shipbUildersmake vessels to bring goods to our shores thut we fine nt the custom house for coming here It sthe mythologySlsyphus lull in order that it might roll downhill again According to Congress the country is finished so far nil the tariff ia concerned Every newspaper inI the land is opposed to the tariff on white paper and wood pulp but Congress tines not intend that the paper mill and pulp mill monopoliep shall be disturbed in their exactions upon information and intelligence hut Congress will vole millions fo r tho forest preservations while let ting the tax on lumber remain in the tariff laws to encourage to pro mote forest devastation We have a Vest expanse of country that prairie The tax on lumber makes every cottage in Illinois Iowa Kun sue and Nebraska cost more than it bylawwooded country in the world rfght nt our dnoribut we will not have her lumber True that would do ore t JtMthing in the world to tgl but the lumber l Michigan and e protected n the President of a auks lorUn re palters refuse him hey hive ileih1li jr V l 1 I ed nit the thrill revision out of hint There is one thing the country ught to learn nnd that is tariff rc orm will never come from tile lie publican party nnd there U one thing the Democratic party ought to Iciirn nnd that is that the only way fur it to come Into power is to drop its nonsense and proclaim an honest tariff and make it not only the paramount but the sole hosbb- SAVOYARD GnlNhtruon1tENTThe theory used to prevail that seed rune oUt after having been grown for a few years in succession on the same farm The remedy prescribed was change seed Was that good advice To thoBO who were cithtr unwilling or did not know how to keep up their seed it was to the farmer who is anxious to do his best but docs not know togo about it it is not always the host advice for the simple reason that expeii etice and scientific experimentation have demonstrated that every fur mer can if he will take the proper steps not only maintain the yield of his grain but hcan improve it Experience has shown that whenever we buy an animal move Jt from one farm to another and put- ti with a strange herd that it takes some time for the animal to become accustomed to its new surround ings During this time it never dues its best If we put a well bred animal under scrub conditions it soon goes dvn hill If a scrub is put under ideal conditions improvement Is the result When we introduce new varieties of grain w w Ghichne discard If we bring a southern variety of apples into northern latitudes it fails to do well the first year but it gradually becomes ac climated andif it possesses good qualities may finally prove to be valuable in its new home These principles apply to ani yhovewe must have the right kind of conJition that in we must feed and rare for our animals and we must cultivate and fertilize our soils nut only with brawn but with drains as vell Second we must have the right kinds of animals and the best varieties of grains in ordr to ob alit maximum results No farmer can afford to continually bo cluing ing his seed Obtain good varieties stick to them and do not let them run nut but improve themIFor the sake of will speak of wheat but the remarks apply with equal force to outs or burley In the Oral place begin Tandhave not such seed get it front your nearest neighbor if possible or as near home as you can Sow this wheat in tho usual way after having run it through a fanning mill to remove all light kernels and weed seeds if any are found Ro- Sen enough seed to sow an acre by itself We will call this piece tho seed patch Prepare the soil thoroughlywith it The patch need not be away from the rest of the field Take particular pains with this seed when running it through the fanning mill turn on enough draft to blow every inferior hem nel outuf it and use nothing hut the very plumpest and heavy kernels When it is ripe let the boys go out and pick by hand the best heads From three to five bushels may be picked from this seed patch by breaking off the heads and putting them in sacks Carefully dry this seed and when the threshing machine comes and it is free from weed seeds run this through before threshing the other grain or if preferable after your own wheat has been threshed The remainder of the wheat in the seed patch may be cut with the reaper the same as the rest The seed from the teed patch is again thoroughly cleaned and all light grain blown out the following year the same process is repeated By n vigorous process of selectIon und careful methods of cultivation you will bo able to considerably In crease the yield of the variety un der improvementtAfter this hits been accomplished multiply time seed and use it fur the entire crop At the end of the second year most of the seed from the patch may be used for growing seed for the third main crop so that it will not bo necessary to wait tor so long n time in order to get the benefit over the whole fieldAl tho Minnesota rx pediment station Prof W MHnys increased the yield of one variety of wheat Minnesota No 1G3 2 8 bushels per acre another variety Minnesota No 169 in five years test tIt the station yielded 58 bushels more per acre than did the variety from which It was originat ed Both these varieties when dis tributed among the farmers fell off in yield to somo extent No 103 however ns an average from lest mado by 38 farmers in vnriqub parts of the State showed tin increase of 8 per cent in the yield while No 160 in a similar teat by some 8Q farmers averaged 18 pur cent better in yield thandid the varieties from which theec wheats had been originated These re suits indicate that a variety does not do as well iu nil localities as where it wits bred It is also pos jibleAif course that the farmers did not give it as thorough cultivation ns was glveithattho stntionI John Thompson Minnesota in Qrtnr Jufjil Furiner A e rfii 4f iItt l lv EUGENE 11ilIH r ig f VLILCAN PLOWS ITh y are Uig best nttl the chljtJflIt for they tio dIP bei t tri Tntf lbbecJllIohlone PLOW GEARING nnnumllue llrllcblnjt Chock lines and Blind Bridles will uittwnr ihI o f the other Come anclsoo them and I save yon money antigive you Homemade goods that aro wtntRbteU EUGENE MlNiHAN 0wingsyjli j ac e ore We are selling goods at the sarm place and will be here 1905O o Come in and see how much y6u F save by trading with us White Shirtwaist GdByd352520o Ladjes Fancy Hose prl0u12 yds Narrow Lace 5c Napkins doz 50 25c Tobacco Cotton yd3t2 Ije Lanterns 41 lOc Axes 70 35o- No 1 Lamp Burners 5c ate Hool and 2 Staples 2c ft Stesl Halter Chain lOc Lamp Chimney Stove lOc Belts 10 25C Poles ib OH Cloth Cloth 15 ic r THAT TIUE The of flee boy put the waste paper basket down 1 would like1 said he wIth one eye on the match list to go to a You wont the jI know it said the office boy but I would like the same Whose Mr V Yours office boy Then the door closed The In dians have with the that are sent in to the white men meats of all kinds One day in mans camp n came upon a The voice that from the was that Time Innke on it with know the recret of this one of the party had an Ugh said lie white man J Feed Sale KY for horse and nu deulers with ititlno The Ellison Co Jfo 2i to bo the nov lug of this will but thi Court house Feb 18 15 and 35 1005 Trees by the fruit and shade small grape tine hhrubs and ev kept an t We sell dirtct ti ird have no Tree rind on ion to IKF t SONS ire have all fcfuds hiitf the arcsthin lowest nnie Otr1 can Gooos Whit 80e Wood doa in 2 for lo Wood Mouse 5a Door Locks white knobs JSor Cow Bolls SOc Oil Bdttl rr pm cMICtiIeaCrash for yd V CASH PAID E W HEFLll THE ONE Cash StarIEmbroidery 3571012150 Curtain igc- FJoor 20c- ableOiI fl O c C SII P0 asoas w MRS D 8 J TRUTHFUL cricket funeral todayMr Cranker though replied coldhenrted manager tojust funeralasked Cninke repliedthe hustilr between themExC- AzEa Alaska become acquainted canned goods canned CruiteondeJtetubles awhile pllrlyof natives uraphophone machine cameI Irishman natives dmilitund wonder They vishedto strange instrument Finally inspiration canned THUS JONES Livery Stable OWINGSVILLE Headquarters Telephone connection irestoa Moving Pictures Kinctoscopo cunctdecl leading plftuni entcrtninprs country Owingsvillc Saturday night Admission cents BLUE GRA- SSNurseries SPRING million fruits asparagus rhubarb crything ordinarily atlUch v8tnhlisinei theplnntr agents strawberry catalogues npplico HILLENAIEYER IetingtanKy V- rL stockauid Granite Chambers Screws i2- c6x16 Carriage BoitJ 5Hole Trapi Large Machine Towels 1t5c ScL Best Ticking I134Dressingham Best Percale Apron Gingham E8TILL WANTE1 100000 MINX SKUNK SKINSarii ii row lorstut fstreiuply high Icep A L 5 IPIKHARDT intei jfoiinl Fur ilirchanf H CINCINNATI S Atlfnv- ing rented out ray farmilwjl sell at my re ideace2J miles siutU cast of Sherburne on East Fork of Flat Creek at public auction Sat utility MWroh 4 1905 one 8 year old black Jack two dark stalllon 57 and 6 year qidne iyearolrt1 sorrel mare well lirulcrh three 3i veiarold fihhiep tine iadclIe muareorm 3 yearold horse two 2 yearutl colts two work mares 4 calves 25 bti rntil ciats 40 to 5f shocks Todder 50 to 7r liii vlmti 50ft hay rick household and kit clien furniture and fnfrolng initjlej meats Rtil mnde on C MphtH credit Will begin at 10 nr i5i Zl D HHENDR13C SALE Bath Quarterly Court Rob rt Davis riff NntlcirpfSaleJames iyvirtue eta juubirnun eret- by abovenameti Courrait Its JaumuaryL term 1JOS In nhovegtyleU casp E will ns Ciminiissloiifr Keli time highest bidder nt nubile otitc cry on SATURDAY FEBRUARY 81905 at about 10 oclock in near thr house of Jnbe Gray In BaitS count Ky and near the Dcuton ford ori Licking river thefolio wing describJ ed pcreiinil ropirty towlt One Englniit12horseCompany of Marlriiu Ohio tbay thresher number icaot Lowdotri t v clone Mnssillou manIc b ugstlf ol MaafJli V vtjJK MaiitOaiidytlt vt t rKO iUJ55 entail bather It andu i ed Imi jrjal Aiuopiatlc Straw StRcki er number 581ft mnite by ilreXcwutli Jlnchlno Conipiuiy if t nlumbus Oi The nmnnitur or mtinpy tube raisfedibw said s iile is 215SSale llltio mnde oir a cfcdit threi nice hs ftc purchaser wiT bo required to execnlft honrf JVlit good security for the pnrchase payablH ioltobert Dnvls fiiurliOffi Interest per ntintiln from diite ii pzfcl nitit tc3 huiri tlii form situTJiidir- moot t SKTirB TT vC fflr C Viuiapestr tty t t i1 b I tc 1 t 1t f t i J y l k i0 A ct J 1 i r 1 0 puat W L3ou n ilts a but faqA J tifcktl lought u4 1tf somewhat Jagged In the matter of Its trimSAnd wild barbaric whiskers nra good enough tor him I know you would not think It It Is hard to understand tuback In JimSon county lies a powcr c In the land ItpThat he In common parlance was a typ SIlhlr ical old Jay Theyd Jeer at his umbrella and his old wool widebrimmed hat The carpetbag he carries they would have their nine at that villa speech would quite amuse them with Its funny rural twang Theyd smile to see him rubber as they call It In their slang i The trouble hes treading on an un j frfmllUr ground But back in Jlmson county why he makes them stand aroundDTes way back there In Jlmson youd np predate his rank He owns the elevator his Judgment runetI the bank 2Iee chairman t the county board and when they celebrate The Fuurth or almost anything Ills speech Is simply great aSthe lead Thtyidont laugh at his whiskers there I Jlmson no Indeed looksTa green BuOback in Jlmjon county he runs the Si N whole machine M Chicago Dally eweI4I IhV Driandl is By IRVIN0 BACHELLER i1fdatt Coijrixht lttlbr LoUiroprablUMcc Company i 1 CHAPTER III We left the logs and walked to Cornwall and took a sloop down the sierjjjcas an American boat bound 45 for Quebec with pipestaves It had I put in at Cornwall when the storm be The captain said that the other r i iMctlons of our raft had passed safely in the dusk of the early evening a ii I British schooner brought us to 4 I Wonder what that means said the skipper straining his eyes in the I dusk small boat with three omcers f Itcamealongside They climbed aboard Sone them carrying a lantern They I pistolstciThey scanned each of us carefully In I the light of the lantern It struck me 1 iai odd they should look so closely at our hands 4 Wba d ye want the skipper de aai3ed VThliman said onoxif them polnt IngtPrt Hes a British sailor We T areet m5j He got no farther Dds hand had p outcllke the paw of a painter kandenthlra across the cockpit Be fore I kiew what was up I saw the lanf body of Dri leaping backward S4 y into the river I heard a splash and a stroke of his long arms and then t1i 4 all was still I knew he was Ewim- inlng under water to get away TBe GScera made for their boat My blood Supand 1 sprang at the last of bed5I the oat upsetting it They had bus tilTa enough then for a little and be B hailing for help I knew I had 1 doae a foolish thing and ran forwardfclimbing put upon the and off with my coat and vest and dived Into the dark water I swam under ashIcBJas I could hold my breath Hhea came up Quietly turning on my tick In the quick current and floatIisgea my face only was above It bad gibwn dark and I could S see nothing but the sUmmer of the stars aboYe My boots y were heavy and dragged hard I was going fast with the swift water for at v first I had heard a greaChubbub on the schooner butnow its vo uhad grown faint Other sounds werefilling my Me earrt to bet5 swiamlBg in strange water the ot iy tcryof a thousand terrors It C Is aa If ones pave full of the blacksBess of the undiscovered country were pursuing him and ever yawning be Math htebody And that bigriver h stcalingcJIb swiftness kissIng and striking with curreats tfitt have in them aalghty sinews I was now companion thethei 3i had 8een What if one should lay hold oallte aad drag me under Then I I r b ihovghi of the rapids that might dashat etJ hidden recks Often I lifted my f ears marvelling at the many voice of the river Sometimes thought I heard a reariag JIke that of the Sault S IntoSJ fleecy waves t trockdaea8la a b cral fhe many sountfs ware above sibehew and beaMe e some weird and i J hollow aid UaMrthlT1 could hear J the rocks rolling over In their sleep oar the hottosB and when the water 4 a r wuttII1 a sound like Ute cropping ot t lliy ptuk away oIl on the river mart terrtlag sheet of Water The river rang ofrSr WIbank to take a atroke or two as somethingt1 fasterSwellta couldS1m at fingers I turned l 141 swam Jar4 hut it sMH followed4 r 2t 1 Hie JMy fJklt ttP8ll1t and then tyfet again 1 could jtfc ftllt whea i kicked Its hand 5 eeemid te V clatchlitaay tro sers1 it vi t10 rerg clear of the ftklt I rember wed r lgJt it werethebody of poor DrI- s f t 4iiIl ldeswlemLaFanother way i KWiViliMi I no more 1 2 J of the sight I heard 8 M nlyVkI d of U robbing In the f brewtOf tKjTiyw It grew oa noisy hfw fMriif r listened Again and j i It atrikiig plHkIBr ght JSad coming nearer b 1 tJie aetloa of a giant li 1 eWhea ay mother had r td e I ii trJtlacIB the4eep t eottMvhMr hteihoettJ VMM this 1aaranaodd fear Zi7fGi t Th 1 arsl v ii t01J f IB r b I r 10 J iii 1 nb t I Itct t t1 Jtlit J r c f aJ1r c t J 4 7u L 8 ir 4 I 1ji I JJ v i p i 1 f1 iiJftT 1iIcfl f h l JIj 0 til 31fobtfaT knew that Itj bars in Some far tej i A long time afte4 vbBear It something touched my shoulder and t me in a panic Turnlng over I got a big mouthful of wter Then j saw It was a gang of 1o 5 lng me and quickly caught onfNClw to me the top side of a as as easy and momcntcaptive A bit ofhibbish like that o wind had softn trailed after the nJ of logs Jfclt it over finding a litra battUl1 ft piece of board some three feet long with which latter I paddled vigorously It must have been long past mId- night when I came to an island looming in the dark ahead I sculled for stranding on a rocky beach and lighted hauling the log ashore The moon came out as I stood wringing my trouser legs I saw the Island rose hlgfi and narrow and was thickly somethlngtoin tho bushes near me Looking up I saw a tall figure Then came a fa miliar voice Thct you Ray Judas Priest I was filled with joy at the sight of and put my arms about him and lifted him off his feet and faith mytrouserstold him how I had taken to tho river Lucky yo done IU said he Jei ushy Jane It Is terrible lucky Theyd tuk ye sartin Somebody see thet ack on the back o my hand there Inn Cornwall V put em after me But I was bound n detarraincd theyd never tck me alive never Ef I ever dew any flghtln t aint agoln t be fox England nut by a side o soleleather mc t up my mind Id begin the war right then an there That fellow never knew what hit im I remarked lie did nt get up or half a minute Must a swatted im powerful aid Dri as he felt his knuckles Goldum ther picture Go n try t yank a man right off a boat like thet air when they hain no right f tech im Ef I d a bed Ol Beeswax some o hurtxHow I inquired Swum said he Could nt go no wheres else Current fetched me here Splits et the head o the island boun ter land ye right here Got t be flint ln Theyll be efter us mebbes the rust place they d look A few logs were stranded on the stony point of the island We withed three others to mine setting sail with two bits of driftwood for paddles I PADDLED VIGOROUSLYa We pulled for the south shore but the current carried us rapidly downriver Jfoundthe big raft undergoing repairs At daybreak ome Dri put off in the woods tolu Dont like the Wee o goin jut the British navy said he D ru her chop wood n ketch bears over nStLawrence county Goodby Ray Tek care 0 yereelf Those were the last words he said to me and soon I was on the raft again floating toward the great city of my dreams I had a mighty fear the schooner would overhaul us but saw nothing more of her I got new clothedMontreal presentlngmyself epair They gave me hearty welcome good friends of my mother and I a full year in the college al thougTtto be frank I was near being ent home more than once for fighting end other deviltry It was midsummerwhen I cam bade again I traveled up the river road past our island refuge of that dark night past the sweeping lowryoiced currents that bore me up past the scene of our wreck in the whirlwind past the great gap in the woods to stand open God knows how lung 1 was glad to turn my face to the souLlx snore for in Canada there was now a ccld welcome for most Yankees and my flats were sore with resenting the bitter taunt I crossed In a boat from Iroquois and Dri had been wilting for me half a day at the landing I was never eo glad to see a man never but once Walking home I saw corn growing where the forest had been acres of It Dri said I In amazement how did you ever do it Theres ten years work here God helped us said he soberly The trees went over n the windfall slammed cm down luk tenpins fer milder morean we Jes bunitup U rubbish CHAPTER IV April was near its end The hills were turning green albeit we could see herq and there on the high ledge above us little patches of snow the fading footprints of winter Day atsnight we could hear the wings of wild fowl roaring in the upper air as they flew northward Summer was Comlug the summer of 1812 and the war with the British The president had called for a hundred thousand volunteers to go into training for battle He5had also proclaimed there would be no more whipping in the ranks Then my father told me that since I could have no peace at home should be off to the war and done with it We were working near the road that day Thurst Miles came gallop ing out of the woods waving his cap at us We ran to him smypulled up a moment hIs horse lathered to the ears Injuns he shoutedGltout o here quick nmek ier the Corners Yell be all acreedet ye dont Then he whacked the wet flank of htehorse wltrj a worn beech bough rand oKhorent Weranto the house in a great panic t shall never forget the crying of the childrenr Indians hail Jong beealthe rta i SA I J a iA favorite btibearot the border country Many a winters evening we hajl sat Ii the firelight fearfaced as myfathe told of the slaughter in Cherry Alley and with the certainty of war wiTnli looked for the red hordes of Canada to come in paint and feathers Ray my father called to me ai he ran ketch the cow quick an bring er long I caught her by the hornand brought her to the door quickly Mother was throwing some clothes Ina big bundle Father met me with a feather bed InI his arms Ho threw it over the back of the cow and bound it on with a bed cord That done he gave me the lead seingropohoofs of the flying horse were hardly out ot hearing when we were all in the road My mother carried the baby and my father his sword and rifle and one of the little ones I took the three older children and set them on the feather bed that was bound to the back of thecow They clung to the bedcord their hair flying as the old cow ran to keep up with us for at first we were all running In a moment we could hear the voices of people coming behind One of the women was weep ing loudly as she ran At the first crossroad we saw Arv Law and his family coming in as great a hurry as we Arv had a great pikepole In his hand Its upper end rose 20 feet above his headbjamyplJtinlock o my gunlagiFourEvery moment some family was arriving in a panic the men like my fa thTherefuge at once in the tavern while thethmen surrounded It Inside the were youths some oddly armed with slings or clubs or crossguns I hadGonly the sword my father gave and a mighty longing to use it Arv Law rested an laanddevils among the stumps of the far ther clearing An old flintlock on the shoulder of a man beside him had a barrel half as long as the pole Da vid Church was equipped with ax and gun that stood at rest on either side of IEveningdians While it was growing dusk borrowed a pall of the innkeeper milked the cow and brought the pail heaped with froth to my mother who passed brimming cups of milk among the children As night fell we boys iroro daring than our fathers crept to the edge of the timber and set the big brushheaps afire and scurried back with the fear of redmen at our heels The men were now sitting In easy attitudes and had begun to talk Dont blleve there a hcommwus theyd come Cordln1 tmy observation said Arv Law looking up at the sky In juns mos comes when brerdyAn t aint when yer ready t hey em nut her said Lon Butterfield Blieve they come up n peeked out o the bushes X see Arv with thet air pikepole n mcd up their mlndTthey hednt better run up said Bill Foster Scalrt cm thet0 whuta th matter Man et meks light o this pole oughter hey t1 carry It said Arv as he sat Impassively resting it upon his knee One thin s sure said Foster et Arv shud cuff an Injun with thet airdhell sqush im Sqush ira eald Arv with a look of disgust Taint med t sqush with I callate V pInt it at em V Jab And so as the evening wore away nd sleep hushed the timid a betteibfeeling came over us I sat by Merrlman on the steps and we had lookIngIntofirelight and thinking how beautiful was And she too was look g into my eyes while we whispered together anti the sly minx read mj thoughts I know by the look of her Great flames were now leaping high as the timbertops at the edge of the clearing A dead spruce caught fire as we were looking The flames threw over it a lacy shimmering suddenlyItfew moments and the cavern of the woods along the timber side was choked with fire The little hamlet had become a spring of light In the- darkness We could see the stumps and housed far afield as if it had been noonday Suddenly we all jumped to our feet A wild yell came echoing throughthe woods There they be said Asher Eastman 5 as he cocked his gun I tol ye so As a matter of fact he had told ua nothing of the kind He was the one nothlBgI pikepole poised in both hands and we were all ready for acUon We could hear the rattle ot many hoofs on the road As soon as the column showed in the fire eightket and pulled the trigger I could hen the shot scatter on stump and stone E efeWaltUllAsher Eastman behindthemof many yokes In a moment we could o s gffcome Back in the house a number of the women were praying My thanIto my father and kissed him without ever saying a word Then she went back into the house tRoseI should think I was she whit pered Im all of a tremble If anything happens Id like byWhat lipsSheAkiss If nothing more I answered She gave mea kiss then that told me something of what was in her heart and went away into the house Coin t surround us said Arv Lawthet s whnt a th matter Mus be readYtI1UIfJleem any hesIdledA young man came out of the house and took his place in line with a big equirtgun and a pall of steaming hot To Be Continued What He Said Tess Yes he was an old flame of engagetoIemo yes I suppose he woadered how soon I would be married to hlrn No not how soon but how b 4 1 J i j THE MYS Of tNO OUR SERMON STf Highway and Byj Vision Between tbe tZ i Cods Inspired Word OopjrlghtiSO6bjJLFAIOII IScripture Anlliorlty And Enoch walked with God anti 11as not for CalthJe death and was not found becaune ed hail translated him for before his translation he hud thin testimony that he pleased GodUeb 115 DINA had tied The household of Me thuselah was in consternation and deep sorrow That morning she had gone forth with her water pot to draw water from the spring and late in the forenoon not having relumed one of the boys was sent in search of her In a short time he came running breathlessly back with her empty water r and the report that a sheep herder ho had Just arrived at the watering ace with his sheep brought the tid gs that far down on the road to the udof Nod he had met the missing rl In company with other young peo 5 e from this part of the country Jour eying with a richlydressed stranger who was regaling them with stories of e wonders and delights of his land It is the stranger who has been in ere parts for some time exclaimed Ahred a sudden light breaking In upon lm was talking last night with ether one of the neighbors boys and he seemed ranch excited over the stories he hall heard about Nod In a half ughing way he asked me if I would not like to go there Lamech hastily directed the father addressing his eldest born do you en deavor to overtake your sister and seek to persuade her and those with her to return I wilt go at once and obtain counsel In this matter from Father noch Something must bo done for IIn gotg our corrupting practices of that worldlyminded plicc are slowly but surely gaining foothold hereWhile he was speaking the father had been busy fastening the leathern sandals to his feet and reaching for his staff he passed out of the door just a StL a ationsposlte directiondAs rapidly along e pondered deeply on the conditions w passWhere he asked him Kit The time was when our people peoplebutname With the exception of the aged heads of the families they have quite forsaken their faith In God and are more and more completely centering a I- ihoughtand ambition in material things he corrupting Influence of the land of Nol Is spreading Our young people are being drawn away by the glitter and pleasure of the worldsThe picture grew r the deeper he went into the situation and in despair he at last exclaimed over and over again What can be done What can be one And well might he be sad and trou bled for the religious decline at this time was serious and rapid It is at such periods of darkness that Go hooses sometimes to send forth HI urightest light and to work marvelously and though Methuselah did not know or realize it a thing was about to tran- spIre Inwhich would set peoples ears ponderingGodwithout exhausting every effort to tur nf neyerdocstJs not strange that Methuselah presenttrouble rtecognizedof the pe plcIII5 fame as an upright and godly man had spread to the land quIcktod s binceancestor Adams knee had listene ortheGod In the Garden of sins entrance and Gods gracious dealings with sinful man he had seemed possessed with GodThnsservice for others he had walked with God No wonder that his was an ever widening circle of Influence and that at Adams death he should be the one to whom the people woud turn aa their lcaderand counsellor The eight generations of the sons of Adam In the line of Seth had gath red at the aged patriarchs bedside as the end drew near There was Seth whom God had given to Adam and Eve ia the place of the godly Abel there was Seths eldest son Enos and Enos first born Catnan and Calnans eldest son Mehalalesl and Jared his son anido Enoch the ton of Jared and Methuse LamechAdamupon each one in turn and then Deaths strange hand had claimed him and left the body cod and lifeless At the simple but impressive funeral service the multitude of descendants had gathered and a solemn hush fell upon all as Enoch pointed the lessen huliillmenthe Garden cf how it was the conse quence of sin end then he dwelt upon the promises of God that Satan should hendedthe sacrifice which God had made and the covering which He had provided for man As he dnlshed there came a sayIngGod h for thou hast borne faithful testimony for Him And all the people wondered and trembled and from that hour Enoch was recognized as leader and adviser But the 57 years which had transpired All le Sight at the End Mark Guy Pearse in his hopeful veIl writes The little lad reading some story becomes enwrapped In the fortunes of his hero difficulties and dangers thicken shout himf his safety is threatened on all sides how shall it ind Efcg nd eager he turns over the II It Is all WI e once t 4 ii tE t ilIi F Dgea toWL ithlslite Incldntsi i Oliihuselan h af dusk he Nnpchs door of J te JSht speak oe Ills peo ghthe BatiV fhs car or was fTtho i m heart All day his soul iiu lnBularly stirred with tho thoughts ood and the needs of Ills people Arid now there had seemed to come a voice Instinctively he turned towards the door and father anti son met on the threshold What brings thee my son at this late hour asked Enoch as he welcomed him with hearty embrace A sad errand father responded Methuselah after a painful silence AdIna drawn by the enticements of Nod has fled thither and not only is my heart heavy over her going but edalsoforgetting of God and Indifference Ills claims Lamech has gone In fort to overtake her and persuade her to return antI I have hastened to you that you might counsel as to the righttecourse to pursue in again turning people to God Late into the night the men sat and talked earnestly Enoch went over step by step the leadings and deal- Ings of God with His children from Adam to the present time and as they separated for the night he said with rare sweetness and abiding confidence God llvcth in the Heavens and will not leave His people without certain i p foowerLong did Methuselah lie pondering t sl odumberwhole troops of angels passing to am 1w it ir ciridescentT mhenof which he had never heard before floated down and as it ceased voices r Frhythminto deeper repose anti the voices ant the light gradually faded and were one when suddenly the Heavens seemed to open and a great shaft or light shot down to earth while a voice said Come thou shalt walk with Me In bThet lehaterindor whether awake and had seen a vision The eastern light was juat breaking over the earth As though impelled by some unseen hand Methuselah moved to the place where his Lather had spread his mattemTheand placed at one side with the leathern glrdln resting on top while at th e head of the couch stood the familiar staff But Enoch was goneoWhither Methuselah needed naught ore than the vision of the night to atisfy the qVT Reverently he knelt Long and silently j thus remained and as he rose he fervently claimednSurely God hnth spoken The household was Joan astir and to Methuselahs strange story gave almost incredulous heel Messengers were quickly dispatched In every dIrec- tion bearing the startling tidings The aged Seth listened to the story with kindling eye and then exclaimed God Is near Heaven Is but a step Now will the people awake to the real ty of God and realize that this life does ot end all But as in the later days when Elijah rode into Heaven in Gods flaming chariot the unbelieving prophets sought or him and round him Aot so when Enoch was translated the people would not receive Methuselahst stlmony until they had eearchedrthe country over for tidings or traca of the missing man And they found him not for God had him Even Into the lamI of Nod hey extended the search some saying hat he had gone thither in quest of his missing granddaughter AdIna not knowing that Lamech had won the fair girl from her evil purpore and haFher back home elappywitbfS upBstayehethe called b sitiia wndb tackHow to Save Yourself In working to save others we do the most good to ourselves An Englishteman who was going to drown found two sovereigns in his pocket and thinking it was a fo 3much8whowand her children be bethought himself s Sionktheo o othersTimely Praise Some persons are far too much afraid of the effect of evena little generous and welltimed praise They would keep all their flowers in en ice ouse Letting in a little sunshine them at times would not be amiss a How lavish was the wise and large hearted Paul with his words of com mendatlon whenever they could b onestly spoken or written Wanted Souls Saved It is said that once when Spurgeon was seriously ill he grew extremely impatient to get back to the pulpit say ing among other things If I ever preach again I wilt leave out every bit of flourish and preach nothing but t Phehigh pressure and direct all my ener- gIes to the salvation of soulsB our King Then it is good to skip thfl pages of time apd to look at the end It is all right Alleluia the Lord Go dcOmnipotent relgneth Great Floral Pete Pasadena Cal held Its seventeenth 9 annual tournament of rose recently C Sixty thousand people participated Tht magnificent A long XjJssflrated SA i J passed alot a ed wlUtt i i xjY 1 r FJ t ii r- J 4J tJk4 jJjiPf4t rJtf Vvvv 4 I r m 4 r 1Jr I rr4tL c JIjJ r t r cJ y9c q jLi qt I L Mr I frr ro civ 0OM ALL OVERTHE Sfc 0 fJ fIrt f i ti i 7 T of7 1 1 Iv I I i U f I DEPOSITION OF SAM FIELD He Is One of the Witnesses Who It Is Alleged Were Enticed Away Winchester Ky Feb 10The dep osition of Sam Fields was taken He was one of the witnesses who it Is alleged were enticed away from here during the MarcumHargls trial and Is now under arrest for contempt of court He corroborated Mose Feltner in that B F French paid them money and that all the expenses wero paid by Feltner Sheriff McCord received from tho circuit clerk of Breathitt county a warrant of arrest for Most Feltner It was Issued at the request of S II Hurst who is his bondsman for 5000 for his appearance at Jack son to be tried for the killing of Jesse Fields and Hurst desired to be releas from this bond Circuit Judge Benton has stated that so long as the prisoners are In the custody of the Clark county offi cers they shall not bo taken to Jack n Foltner will therefore not at mpt to give bond It is rumored that troops will be risked for when Feltner Is taken to Jackson for trial in a few weeks LOCATION FIXED Hunt Site Chosen By the Legislature For the New State House Frankfort Feb 9The location of Kentuckys statehouse was settle rever by the passage In the house of e bill agreed on by the joint confer ence committee on Monday and pass by the senate on Tuesday There no delay about a vote as the bill afromade by the conference committee ere adopted and the bill as amended passed by 63 to 14 This fixes the location on the Hunt site In South ankfort on an elevated plateau of acres on which the new building Ica n be viewed with fine effect from many directions and can bo seen plainly from the L N railroad trains going and coming from Lex In gtoriwFrankfort Ky Feb 10Thp read- Ing and cemparing in open session tho ll locating the new statehouse on e Hunt site was all the work th gislature had to do and adjourned goviernor8COLLEGE REUNION Most Remarkable Ever Known in the South To Be Held at Lexington Lexington Ky Feb 1lSteps baveIi en taken here to bold the ble college reunion ever k the south Kentucky ownI the oldest college west of the ghenles called a meeting of prom i nent alumni who took up the work It contemplates a big outdoor Inner n commencement week with prom nent speakers and a gathering of the old students and alumni of the col lege for 40 years from all over tho globe Steps wcro taken to get the ames of these area- RESISTED ARRESTI Five Holes Shot Through a Negro Who Tried To Kill a Deputy j Btirkesville Ky Feb 10Whlle resisting arrest Lewis Phllpot a Negro was killed at Willis creek by Gwlnn a deputy sheriff Gwlnn JackI attempting to arrest Phllpot on a rant for breach of peace when cut at the bfilcor with his knife Another Negro came pockelI tako Phil and In the followed Phlfpot was shot five times Every ball passed entirely through the Negros body and death was Instant n oons Feltner Fears Assassination Lexington Ky Feb9110ses Teltner will through Winchester attorneys nppeal to the governor ft iretroops to guard him when ho is taken to Jackson on the 20th to be tried tho charge of murdering Jesse ields As a result of startling evi c fiheaterTwo Prisoners Paroled Frankfort Ky Feb llTho state prison commission granted paroles in two cases as follows James H Freeman of Montgomery county who was ent up for two years for manslaugh n W T Cross of Metcalfe county ho was sent up March 17 1904 for wo years for housebreaking Death Watch on Roy Green Owensboro Ky Feb 9The death atch was placed on Roy Green sen nced to be hanged on Friday February 17 for the murder of James Coomes at the fair grounds on July 1904 It Is believed be will mako a confession Sues For 25000 Damages Newport Ky Feb 11 Maggie tarr filed suit against the L ailway J Co to recover 25000 for tho Illing of her husband David Starr ho was a trackwalker in the employ f the company Starr was killed ember e 4 1904aJoshua Adams Dead Harrodsburg Ky Feb 11 Joshua Adams one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of the county died at his home near the city from Lily effects of acancer Ho is survived large fnmilZof children Aged Physician Dead Paducah Ky Feb 10Dr M G Milan 73 and one of the bestknown KentuckydiedSouth Carolina but had resided in Paducah since tho war lie was for many years a druggist Death of John J Pace Salyersville Ky Feb 9After an Illness of several months John J ace died at his home on Rock House county He was 71 yearp of age uncle of former Circuit Judge D Redwine Hillenbrand Acquitted CovIngton Ky Feb 9After be- Ing out three h urs a jury in the cir ult court returned a verdict of not guilty in the case of John Hillenbrand who shot and killed his wife Sadie at Second and Greenup streets on July 1904oA Thompson Dies at Hot Springe Hppktnsvllle Ky Feb 9kevhas been received here that Charles Thompson a prominent retired merchant died at Hot Springs where t to recuperate his health He cft here about a week ago f IJ tn irv i I Jp HARGIS IN L tA f r yJHezelriilgS 1toO Lexington K CV f Al mexwith Judges Hazelti 1 Hayes and Bach relatl1 meats charging Judge James and FJlli A Sheriff Ed Callahan wK fof James Cockrlll In lilt 4 dlctmenta are being resIsUVi A o tlonof the jurisdiction of V court now being before It J appeals Senator Hargls way from Jackson to Fran he learned that thaihearlngS postponed and had his attorney i hIm here None of those pfj would discuss whether any conclil was reached or what phases of case were discussed Hargls will t turn to Jackson 1 Frankfort Ky Feb 9The court Y of appeals extended from February 10 to 18 Its temporary writ of prohibl tion restraining tile Fayette circuit court from taking jurisdiction of the Hargls murder cases from Breathltt county and sustained a motion by C le dan17 witnesses from Breathltt county to testify orally In this casetoTHE WRIT OF PROHIBITION Circuit Judge Parker Presented Hit Response To the Hargls Petitientr Frankfort Ky Feb 11 Circuit Judge Parker of the Fayette circuit court presented before the court ppeals his response to the petition f the Hargls brothers and Ed Calla han for a writ of prohibition to re train that court from taking them Into custody The response questions the power of the appellate court to Interfere by any mode of proceedura except by review upon appeal but de d ares that he will abide the result c Its determination by the couti With a sense of relief the iwill be considered hy the court her hen the petition is heard on Febni- nyIa 18 next CHARGES AGAINST OFFICERS The Governor Approved the Finding of the Court oj Inquiry Frankfort Ky Feb 11Guy Beck ham approved a finding of a court of Inquiry of state guard officers recent ly held nt Louisville to investigate charges against seven officers of tho First Kentucky regiment and as a re sujt of the approval Adjt Gen Haliy directed that a general courtmartial be held Several of the officers are to bu charged with disloyalty to the governor and adjutant general nnd others with failure to make proper re turn of state antI government prop erty In their keeping The trial will b bringregiment as thb officers charged arc detached from their companies pend ing the result of the courtmartial FELL ON THE ICE Undertaker Frank Effinger Was Killed at Paducah Ky Paducah Ky Feb 9Rain whIt h froze as fast as it fell threatened in estimable damage but n rising tot y poratun caused much of the ice il disappear with the rain Several thousand dollars damage resulted to wires trees and crops iu this section Frank Eningcr an undertaker died from a fracture of the skull resulting f promcases have been reported so far of persons receiving bruises anti broken bones River men now look for big water Streams Are Swollen Lexington Ky Feb ILThe melt ing of the heavy crust of ice and snow has swollen the streams and fill d the ponds in Central Kentucky to the delight of banners and stock rais ers The large lake of the jyater works company Irene was lower than ever before known but 11bas now lled almost to its average sprir epth Kentucky Horse SalesaLexington Ky Feb 10At the Glowing auction of the Kentucky Sales Co head of trotters averaged S 20323 During the week 27C head were sold for fS3425 The top price was 1200 for the Veteran ch g 4 by Dircctum Boy dam Ozila bought by Warren Bacon Paris Ky Aged WomiVi Burned To Death BurkesvlllcJ y Feb 10At Burn sido Mrs lary Secly an aged lady was burned to death at the home of her granddaughter Mrs A J Kress Sitting on her bed very feeble and partially paralyzed the old lady at tempted to light her pipe Death of Capt J H Riley Owcnsboro Ky Feb 11Capt J H Riley one of the bestknown con ductors on the Illinois Central road died at his home in this city after a brief Illness of la grippe He was born in Manchester Hag 08 years go Died at the Age of 92 Uniontown Ky Feb 11Mrs Re becca Agnew who had lived with the family of George Marshall of this county for a number of years is dead at the age of 92 years The Imroedi ate cause of her death was a fall National Bank at HoVse Cave Washington Feb 10The First Na tlonal bank of Horse Cave Ky has been authorized to begin business with a capital of f25000 H Y Davis will be president E S Pemberton cashier and J H Yancey assistant c aashierDecapitated By a TralS Covington Ky Feb 10VF dul Hn 40 of Banklick street was decapi tated by a train It Is claimed that Mullln jumped off a cut ot cars in front of a northbound yard cnglno of the C O road in tins city Burst a Blood VesseldCovlngton Ky Feb 9While working about her home Mr Cart land wife of Peter Gartlandptor man on the rat a blood vessel Slid expired about two hours later Deceased was f4 years f age To Deyrlcy Coal Lands Barbourvillc Ky Feb 9The Loth erKaufman tKl and Coal Co of West Virginia has secured several thou sand acres of coal land in the Eastern Kentucky fields antI will begin Its de velopment In the near future 4 i I fl i v iicc p re 1 5JI I SIci i V f 1tJi sv p 4 r 5 5S I t iti1hxII i Hn4yrlanterns tjzWise Robinson Robinson Crusoe had just named his man Friday If it had been Wednesday or Satur y he explained he might have be come a matinee idol Thus with keen foresight did be try save him from the perils ot civiliza tl onN Y Sun Had Experience Jangley Is going to become a lion ainer What experience has he had I guess you dont know his wife Cleveland Plain Dealer Plenty of Brass r Church Do you care for Wagners music V Gotham Yes do No matter how loud the people In the boxes talk you can always hear Wagners music Yonkers Statesman WAS CUREDRAPIDLY EHEUMATIBM DJ TWO SEVERE OASESrMASTERED IK PEW WEEKS The Remedy Used by Mr Schrocpp I and byCaptainBalfoUrIUGrefttDeWSUdiii Vicinity of Their Home In the winter of 19023 Mr Schroeppel ras confined to his bed by a severe at tack of rheumatism Hisdoctors treat m eat proved unsuccessful but he subse quentl regained his health by means which lie describes with great euthu sinsm After five or six weeks of helpless nsss audpaiu said ho during which I was receiving regular visits from the doctor I felt as bad ns over Just then my mother a woman eighty years of age paid lao a visit Sire had received great benefit from Dr Williams Pink Pills and she was confident they would eipnre At her solicitation I gave up the doctors treatment and took the pills iu its place And were you cured as the result of taking her advice Yes quickly and thoroughly Be tit fore the second box was finished I felt t very manifest improvement and within 1f two weeks I was able to leave my bedandl i Jtaka upmymydected farmw rK coii tjuued to use The pills however until l jongtige of the disease had been eradicated Are there no traces left Absolutely none For n year and three mouths there has never been the sligutestretnru of the old trouble For this happy result Iand my family freely raise Dr Williams Pink Pills Within thebonuds of China township St Clair county Mich there is no bet ter known farmer than Mr Henry Schroeppel His crime has therefore nat nrally attracted a great doubt attention One of Mr Schroeppels neighbors Cap tain George Bnlfour nftcrheariogof the Falutary results in Mr Schroeppels case decided to try Dr Williams Pink Pills for nn attack of rheumatism from which he was himself suffering He took eight or ten boxes anti now declares himself free from the painful ailment It is Jittlo wonder that Dr Williams comITtniu Balfour are so well and favorably They are sold by all dmuggistaF nd arc equally successful in neuralgia such partial paralysis 10000 its trite f Xor cmnl n and farms ar planted to PlOd6ettnnla ord r to Indue you to try then make roil to following onpr erdntd tftrz Fi 18 Cats PaMIOSSSRI7 Is aeiy TThipI 2u fti Xft7 151 4booeiw kMl artOhil rw Abpr MT n pwkairf eonUI a ntB to trow l Intj tap Imskel or brllllxat 4Inunlor and louand lotiof cholo stiog seiiiiIabouIflormall Fruit tc all fur Ito In imnr Bad tali notlrc k B1giSOjgetstioiou JIMa A8AUER8EEICI t JliIl LaCro 8Wl j i WET WEAThER WI3DOM TH OIG14AL SISACIcOR f eaTaLbourarrr SNOW1d PULL LUll or CAMMtrrrs HATS 3eANADIAN 4 CaaUp tla Ha6sesStomach Trwablei TeItkttg 1luordrund Botrjsey5jft They Hraak C14- turistn Lull Drujalui ejfc s FREE Address NfwYorkcitrlA 8 OLMSTCD Lo Roy HT PlIES SLICKER ELLOWS tpTAICNO5U1T1J1jT3 LJrowsncoosroiasLus MOTHER GRAYS SWEETPOWDERS fAchlCJIoMfconta ANAKESISin Yorfiee SImpIeaddre b aa bUflOThg 4ewTo 4 dEEORYSzpe BEGGS RYCO RUPcurcscougbs and cedj w 1 kS1 S i ttt i s IIl 1 f VJt I a v c I S trsit W 1 t b 17 t g 4Lf1i t1S 4 S Ct a7k tooJ I C t 1 r 4 I b I 4 I 1 F b IIItlr Lf t j tr4 0 J a f ttj i Jt1 1 ltt 1 the fittler rteddU to htnlOuc rrlngto the con i tiuctor ofthe orchestra Why does that man bit at the woman aWithhis stick Tn I lies not hitting at her replied his I mother Keep quiet Well then what is she bollerin z for Wee Hostess Mamma shall I Invite Lucy Llttray to party MammaCertalnl Sho is the min r isters daughter- S Do ministers daughters get invited ecrywhere1S1v They has lots of fun I spose I L wish my papa was a minister stead of a miserable sinner I EUROPEAN ODDITIES Oh a burglar arrested in Paris the po lice found a beautifully executed picture in water colors of the house he had + J robbed r 1t1 The Liverpool police have stopped 0 the practicecommon thereof can fJIiI Tossing for the sale of comns at houses where a death has taken place j It was mentioned in a London police court the other day that burglars In a store tested watches In order itotell good from cheap ones by throw Ingthem on the floor A turners workshop with large mo 4 tW wheel and dog trained to turn UII T aiTertlsed to be let In the city of Liege irhero onedoc and twodog tilted carts RBdTrasotis S are common Married l ht years a German named Drew hassTen sons all of whom orr 3 has pledged to the German army The kaiser has written him a letter strong ly commending his patriotism A London court has decided that any J body may call himself a retired gen tleraan without being accused of false S pretenses The decision was in the case 09ofvegetable dealer who had borrowed 60 cents as a retired gentleman t The vicar of Burgess Kill England announces that when confetti Is thrown on the occasion of weddings at his church addition of 125 will be wade to the usual wedding fee to pay for the trouble ot cleaning the paper away 9 A flock ota thousand wild geese alight ed at NagyiBecskerek la Hungary and icouldfly no further It is supposed that f6 Wri suddenly passed from a moistI into a vcr Jold ayer oIMttHSosphere 1i Id Uietrfeathers became coate with iii1 ee lr ORACULAR OBSERVATIONS r4 t He whof wastes minutes wonder i what beeoqezof the hours I Good jiKk Is the term that the i j Shl JetiiaItO the diligent tft IThe best victories are won a Ionsj time ahead bt the real conflict kAman Iroften In bad company when he Is mionewlth his thoughtst The Qiaa who talks to himself al ways has a appreciative audience e t Better taeet trouble half way thaa to alt still apd let It t C We have jbmedoublAaboutUie man towho Is always boasting of his reform When a man Is the slave of his stomach hecan never be master of his mind A little today is better than waiting for tomorrow in the hope of getting 5 Smoree It beats the world how big a little bojif 1awhen the babies are away IslUng 3 t I IsfiusBallyto arbltrate I i f worldVthatfeather db hot have the making of It I A READS THE BOOK Iri VTh ii Zoad to Welirllle Pointed the i Way oo J t Down iifillot Springs Ark the vis 4 itor haveall sorts of complaints but j lit Jaa11IJ t of remark that the great irhYJolthem have some trouble f wIth stomach aritf bowels This may bepYrtly attributed the heavy med Jclneit 1 4 t Naturally under the conditions the prominentqouifB man thathe had Suf fered forrmJEC years from stomach and y4 bow l trouble bad two operations which dTdvnoi cure and was at last t threat4n1I wlth pendIc1tts- qld tw Hew Rfijo Hot Springs for rheum atjsm aijavila stomach trouble got worse Ou f day at breakfast the wait er kDO Jgbls condition suggested r he try IreNiits arid cream whIc- h ii v t1odtl aH found the food agreed wit him perfectly kr After 4hej aecoBd day he began to c sleep peacefclly at night different than be had fW ers The perfect dlgesT tlon ot the food quieted his nervous Y1 teial steep possible UE The next morning I was 3 asjinlsawiio fell ijyrcondition of con 2 atipatioi hBd disappeared I could not t for so ia fymtltettltpok more later eat IB read the little book The Rojfeto Wellville and started foUowlRgPUie slBsple directions c I ba ejaet with suck e lsthat In Ute l l1veweekjI nave gained 1Jotbathlwhlclloie4 Lfreof sine baa been entiret T cured eit aiiad case of indigestion and 1tutrr5 rI l 47bertf pae thing in particular I t I Ikave IeCd J great change in to 1 t t dItiett Formerly r orI 4 h i 1 iJ brdly re eMV aliybI8can4nol Jthe MIies unusually Vacute and k rtiyfI can 4nelnoTIte pract1ctl 4 i aytblagLdetre Xame flJf1 1h f i k ui 8ttls Creek lcJ i 47fi k 4 tts iti fr j Jf W qo J iJ i 1r lwJ 1 I OJj1 r if y V Dro i t 1 lrJ 1J1 Wif j J t ttjIi iU y P v ioltl Wave Prevails in ftestern StatestItS i vvV Suffering With Loss of i Along the Colorado rF Road Strewn iDead Stock i oiix v iears prevails In this sec j v ansas City it was 18 do izero at Concordla Kan v Agrees below at Lawton hs 6 below and at Tulsa f rees below zerot an Territory the weather la i dest since 1899 and there Is Buffering among the poor who aught unprepared Cattle also f erlnK A Comanche Indian sue ed to the cold near Lawton rutbrle O T Feb 3For the past Jfl hours Oklahoma has suffered from the coldest weather in many years The temperature was 5 below and ranged at zero ail day From all parts of the two territories come accounts Iof sufferings and loath as the result of the sudden norther Cattlemen here state that range stock will suffer the greatest loss in years and some place tho loss as high as 30 per cent on the ranges in Heaver and Woodford counties Denver Col Feb 13Reports ot Intense cold accompanied in sections by snow fall were received at tho of fice of the local weather bureau from Colorado Wyoming and New Mexico In Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico the worst storm since 1SS6 is raging according to dispatches from Trinidad In New Mexico tho torm reached the proportions of a bllxzard and great damage to stock is reported Railroad men report tho pralrlen along the line of the Colorado Southern strewn with the carcasses of dead sheep and cattle ARBITRATION TREATIES They Were Ratified By the Senate In Amended Form Washington Feb 3The senato In executive session ratified tho arbltra Ion treaties between the United States and eight European govern mentsIn he face of a vigorous protest f promedthe arbitration treaties which recently were negotiated with EuroIcountries in such a wa j tudgmentate them The word treaty vas substituted for agreement in Arti cle 2 and this evisceration will have the effect of nullifying the chief purpose of the pacts that have been prepared with such great care and pride by the administration BATTLE HOUSE HOTEL The Famous Hostelry One of the Largest In the South Burned Mobile Ala Feb 13 Losses esti mated at a quarter of a million dollars have been caused by a fire which left tho famous Battle house a ruin and swept on to buildings adjoining The blaze was discovered shortly before 11 oclock p m and burned fiercely for several hours Two elevator boys Joscph Parks and Bernard Constantine stuck to their posts until all the guests had been gotten out although the elevators caught fire and the youngsters were burned about the face and hands One persons was killed and several were seriously Injured In the Battlo house THE SCHEME FAVORED Ihe Czar Has Endorsed the Revival of the Zemsky Zabor St Petersburg Feb 13The news that Emperor Nicholas bas indorsed the scheme for the revival of the zem sky zabor or ancient land parliamentS which old emperors of stress has spread through thecity and created Intense satisfaction among the liberal classes The newspaper wero filled with articles descriptive of this ancient Russian institution Indicatln that word had gone forth that the gov ernment had decided to listen to tlw voice ot representatives of the people Wont Touch the Tariff Washington Feb 13As a result of a conference of republican leaders at the white house the tariff will not bo touched at thlj session and there will be no extra session of congress called until late In the fall A tariff schedule will be prepared during the sum merSRailway Rate Bill Dead Washington Feb 13The railroad rate bill which passed the house almost unanimously Is dead The ser ate will not take It up at this session This fact has been definitely commu nicated to thojpresident and he ac cepts it An Internal Deadlock London Feb 13The correspond ent nf SL Petersburg of tjie Times de scribing the situation says that the policy of thrift Is pervading all classes government capital labor and even the revolutionists the result be tag an Internal deadlock Secretary Taft Will Be the Orator New Havens Ct Feb 13Jt Is announced that William H Taft secre tary of war will be the orator at the annual commencement exercises of the Yale law school next June Secretary Taft was graduated In 1878 Big Fire In Seattle Seattle Wash Feb 13Flre destroyed the eight story building of the Schwabacher Hardware Co at Jackson street and First avenue south Loss estimated at 400000 covered by explosionsAmbassador McCormackaromotlon- StPetersblirg Feb 13The official announcement of Ambassador McCor macks promotion to the Paris embas sy fa received with surprise and re gretjn diplomatic and officlal circles here Steamer Went To the Bottom ABtorlaOrFeb134he steamer James B Stephens sank after running uponafsunken pile 200 yards from shore Thirteen of the 15 men on- board managed to swim ashore but two men whose names are unobtaina ble are missing One Killed and Three Injured Creston la Feb 13 Passenger traIn No3 drawn by two engines on the Chicago Burlington Quincy rail road was wrecked 12 miles west r f here One man was killed and tlir j were injured f i Lrr q1V r0 JLir Wf t t k t1 i 9 iiJj Ii I f h Jio 4 1ndlatedMt HI Accuaei Ticteder and man of many iis arrived In Chicago from New York anti for several hours after reaching here was Interrogated by the police with small r 110Athe famous prisoner but contrary to general expectations there were nono f his alleged wives among the iron- erh Mrs Kinllic FischerHoch dc clared that she would not como to the station under any circumstances Url Marie GoerkHoch asserted that shcx was willing to help the police but t rehathim sho declared but Im not so crazy to see him Chief of Police ONeil as soon as he heard that loch was in the Chi cago Avenue station drove over to bo present at the interrogation of liochp Hoch admitted at the outset that ho hall married Mrs Mary GoerkHoch and that the marriage was illegal Ho would admit nothing else During the evening five women who claimed to be wives of Hoch called at the police station anti were placed in a separate room under a guard of several policemen One of them Mrs E m pinuteclamatlon You old hog yon got my 750 didnt youplIoch made no reply to this butw smiled as though he considered the affair of 750 rather a joke than oth erwise loiter the five women were one at a time admitted Into the office of tIn inspector and all of them identified Hoch as the man to whom they wero married Mrs Ellen Hoppe at first declared that she had married Hoch but later saM she was not sure about it Inspector Shlppy asked Hoch did you marry this woman No replied Hoch but may be I will if you dont hustle her out of here pretty quick- A physician who had attended Mrs WalkerHoch the last wife of Hoch Identified him as the husband of Mrs Walker and showed him a bill for 100 for attendance upon tho woman Oh yes said Hoch I remember something about that Bring it around in tho morning Ill still be here and- oh laughed heartily at his Joke The examination of loch by the olice was concluded after midnight and just before its close ho confessed hat ho had married ten women also admitted that ho had In- tendedto commit suicide TO TREAT THE SOCIAL EVIL American Society For Sanitary and Moral Publicity Organized Now York Feb 10Tho American society for sanitary and moral pubblicity was organized at a 30 wellknown physicians clergymen and men of public spirit at the New York academy of medicine Members of the new society announce that they propose 10 treat the social evil as the community at present treats any con tagious disease Bishop H C Potter and Dr Lyman Abbott sent letters pledging their support to the society TERRIFIC EXPLOSION The Dynamite Plant of the Dupont Powder Co Wrecked Birmingham Ala Feb 10A ter rifle explosion at the dynamite plant of the Dupont Powder Co at Boylea Gap five miles north of this city wrecked the plant and broke windows and extinguished all lights within a radius of two miles but so far as learned no one was killed The shockm was distinctly felt from one Jones valley to the other a distance of 25 milesiTHE QUAKERS Promulgated An Appeal For a United Effort To End the WartRichmond Ind Feb 10Prof Cy rus W Hodgin of this city presidents of the Peace Association of Friends in America promulgated tho appeal sent cut by the peace unions of Norway Sweden and Denmark for a unitsed effort to bring the war in the far east to a close The Indictment Quashed Chicago Feb 10The indictment against Will L Davis manager of the Iroquois theater which burned in De cember 1903 with a loss of C75 lives was quashed by Judge Kersten In sufficient testimony in the drawing ot the document in the courts was the reason givengBadges For the Grand Army Washington Feb 10A senate joint resolution authorizing the secretary of war to deliver to tire Grand Army of the Republic one condemned cannon for the purpose of furnishing official badges for tho Grand Army was reported favorably by the senate committee Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Washington Feb 10James B Reynolds of Boston was nominated by the president to be assistant sec retary of the treasury Ho has for several years been executive secretary of the republican state committee of Massachusetts Mrs Kate Edwards Confession Reading Pa Feb 10Mrs Kate Edwards who together with Samuel Gre son is under sentence to be hanged next Thursday for the murder of Mrs Edwards husband confessed that she alone committed the murder Troops Fired on Strikers Sosnovice Feb 1OStrlkes attack ed the workers in the electric sta tion Troops fired from the windows of the plant wounding many people The situation here is much disturbed but the military force is sufficient to awo the rioters Against the Closed Shop Milwaukee Feb 10Tbehiterna tional Association of Master House Painters and Decorators adopted resolutions declaring against the closed shop The resolutions were Intra dnced by John M Stiles of Chicago Military Academy Bill Washington Feb 10The military wascQD1pJetedon military affairs carries appropria tions aggregating 677978 as com aggregatragInternationa Bureairof Agriculture Washington Feb OThe officials hero have not yet had time to con sider fully the question of the organi zation of ran International bureau of agriculture which according to BOrne has the aiwoval of the king ollAlr M 1A itAIR o J l po 1 jl WI r1 iiBo republic ans jofrepresentatives i f JTJTtS conference that the house tntchood provision shall prevail or that no statehood legislation will he enacted by the present congress Tho solution which it is said sets forth this position anti which was adopted by a vote of 112 to 33 after thrco hours of debate is as follows Resolved That it is tho sense of this conference that tho action and olicy of the republican caucus held1 April 15 1904 touching the admis sion of Oklahoma arid the Indian Ter ri tory as one state and New Mexico anti Arizona as one state as provided In tho bill of the house No 14749 which bill has been amended by tho senate and is now pending in the house committee on territories bo in sisted upon and that we Insist on such parliamentary proceedings as can bo ade and adopted by a majority of the houso under which the aforesaid olicy of the republicans of the houso ill be worked out THE MODERN BLUEBEARD Hoch Admits Having Married 13 Women Five of Whom Are Dead Chicago Feb 11 Confronted by living witnesses of his duplicity at the coroners investigation into the death of Mrs WatcherKoch his last wife Johann Hoch the muchmar r ried man according to the police hag admitted his marriage to 13 women in the last ten years Eight of tIres 0 women who at one time boro the name JOHANN HOCH f the alleged bigamist arc now dead ut Hoch declares they died natural deaths and is thin In his denial that he poisoned any of them Cincinnati Feb lJTho admission of Johann Koch that he is tho man who married Mrs Henry Bartel clears up the identity of the man who mas q hueradedasnati in 1896 Hoch appeared In the neighborhood of tho Mohawk brido that year and opened a saloon under the name of Schmitt Some time In ter he married Mrs Henry Bartel who was a widow and was worth several thousknd dollars Hoch got this when she died FIRED ON THE STRIKERS TwentyEight Persons Killed and 35 Wounded Five Dying Later Sosnovice Feb l1A mob invaded yard of the Katherinen works de anding that the workmen In charge of the electrical machinery there Join n the strike A company of soldiers Intervened and n Polish officer repeatedly called upon the people to diS- perse They refused to leave unless they wero accompanied by the work It Is said that a rioter menaced he officer with a knife whereupon 1ggave the order to fire with the resu that 28 person including a high pupil who happened to bo pass ing fell lead and 36 were sertousfwounded These later wero remove to a hospital where five of them have ince died A number of others were slightly wounded Presidents Team Ran Away Washington Feb 11TIm presi dents new team of sorrel horses frightened at an auto and ran away while the driver Julius Wheeler was t 10akingwhite house The horse Dion land ed on the Iron paillngs of the war de artment fence inflicting a 12Inch ash Wheeler the only occupant of the carriage was thrown to the side walk The Isle of Pines Washington Feb 11Senator Car mack has introduced a joint resolu tion declaring that it is the sense of congress that It is unwise to take any further steps towards the transfer of the Isle of Pines to Cuba SChicagolln Chicago Is the amateur billiard champion of the United States The- tournament left W H Slgourney Sari Francisco and Conklin tied for first place In the extra match Conklln won Chinas Adviser London Feb 11The Dally Tel e graphs correspondent at Toklo claims the best authority for the statement that Japan intends after the war to establish herself in Peking as Chinas principal adviser To Change the Execution Day St Louis Feb 11Efforts are be- Ing made to induce Goy Folk to change the set date for the execution of Bill Rudolph to some other day than SL Patricks day Rudolph was convicted of participation in the death of a detective Buying Horses For the Japs Seattle Wash Feb 1hJohn D Guyton of Missouri has contracted with the Japanese govermbent4o fur nish them 1000 horses to be used In the mikados army The first traia of 20 cars will be started soonjExMayor McCue Hanged Charlottesville Va Feb llWlthout a tremor J Samuel McCue for mer mayor of this city met death onI the scaffold for wlfemurd r Hardly had his struggles ceased when his confession was given out by his three spiritual advisers To Separate Church and State Paris Feb 11A cording ta tin ministerial prograorrKud bill for the separation of church and state whloh was Introduced In the chamber of dep PlIshe41tu o + 7 kPJati t ItmakeAfter peer1nzjxrough the V jtusand emerging from under lh6 the photographer sas 1y JvWould you like a drink dont mind says the man a pleased smile What have you lII whisky and wine says the photographer and then before the man can say which hell have the camera does itsduty The expression of his pho tograph Is always lifelike NYTrib one uEowArtificial rubles are produced In France by reducing small natural rubles Into a very fine powder which is melted in an electric furnace cooled arapidlyobtained from what was of little worth on account of minuteness possesses a comparatively high value The main difficulty encountered is to prevent cavities and fissures in the crystals The new process cannot bo employed with emeralds and sapphires as they become discolored by the action of tile heat Reason for Coldness SheWhy cud you look so coldly at Mr Sharp when he came into the car He Because I was in a railroad collision with him the other day and in the shakeup a whole bunch of derby hats flew off and got mixed uptogetherp I know he got mine and too but he didnt mention It and ticouldntbwerenttage Thats all Detroit Free Press Hunting for the Germ American investigation has shown that yellow fever germs are diBseml nated by the mosquito anti now the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Is about to send a second expedition to the Amazon to discover if possible the actual cause of the disease At Para on the Amazon tho disease is constantly present Inn greater or less degree Never Mind the Old Man Grayce Yes as they neared the fin ish Ferdy was about 4CO yards In the lead lie looked like a sure winner when suddenly he knocked down anti ran over an old man This careless persons body caused Ferdys auto to swerve and Algy shot by and won GladysNow wasnt that tough on Ferdy Chicago SunlFatal Mistake A Liverpool man who had been partf frIballet girls on the stage of a theater He sprang up polled to her cried 7hadnot his wifetSame Sensation Returned Explorer Yon dont seem at all appalled at my description of the way I was chased by a boa constrictor Miss Fluffy No I was chased by a garter snake once and I know just ow you fclL Detroit Free Press Whyi Sure The SenatorWhy mustnt I vote for that bill HenchmanBecause the people dont want it senator What have the people got to doI 50ChicagoVery Likely FriendHow do you suppose your baby caught the whooping cough He hasnt been near any other children Motherlie probably inherited It from me I had it when I was just his geDetrolt Free Press Striking Similarity GunnerHave you noticed the large stamps In the latest issueSGnyer Yes I call them Jap stamps Why soY They are not easily liclcedCbica o Sun Full DeckCIrate Wife Thats he fiftysecond falsehood youve told me this week can bseeslon a pack of lies Pittsburg Post Wont It Though California announces a 15000000 pound pnme crop ready for shipment It will not make much difference If next summers strawberry crop is a CallureRochester PostExpress Spanish Swordswpaen Alt welleducated Spanish women are taught from the earlie years to ban die the sword and as a result they are noted for their admirable figure and easy walk MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 11dCATTLECommon 2 65 Heavy steers 4 65 0 6 00 CALVESExtra 7 75 IOGSCh packers 5 10 5 15 Mixed packers 4 90 5 1- 0SHEEPExtra 5 10 5 2- 1JAMBSExtra i 7 75aFLOURSpring pat 6 20 6 45 WHEATNo 2 red 1 18 1 20 No3 1 11 CORNNo2 mixed 46V4 No 2 white 47 OATSNo 2 mixed 2SJ 3- 3RYENo2 82 86 HAYCh timothy N 12 25 PORKClear mess 6J14 25 LARDSteam 6 40 DUTTEIICh dairy 19 Choice creamery 0 33 APPLES Choice 275 325 POTATOES Per but 1 50 160 TOBACCONew 6 00 13 00 Old 460 14 76 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 520 190No3CORNNo 2 mixed 4- 3OATSNo 2 mixed 30 RYENo2 75 75LARDSteamNew York FLOURWin strts 5 50 5 85 JVHEAT No 2 red 1 22 CORNNo2 mixed 54 OATSNo 2 mixed 36f1 37i RYEW stern SO PORKFamily 13 25 13 75 LARD Steam 7 25 Baltimore CATTLESteers 4 50 4 95 SHEEPNo 1 fat 2 25 250 LAMBS Spring 5 50 C 50 CALVES Choice 4qOO 0 8 50 HOGS Dressed 6 25 0 650 LouisvillehWHEAT No CORNNo 47 2gOA 34 J1 oo LA r 6 sn ttWHEA lit OORNi t 1 45 OAS 1 f3 r j t4 J r j l li kfj Ir I I1it r 1it2 r4 X If Sight Hand ecauia It Was Performing I Service IImportaptx v York magazines re WashingSp nfirsleftitnncaiiiir man was one of tire rniln If suspenders broke in twain HP g1fle hid left hand to his caller while IoMnfc uphill trousers with the other ticked dryly and seriously fay yon dont happen tn be toting ah yourpocketaThe magazine man diOnt and he said so Then they both sat down and the ofiniNo sir he aldUI havent the time litterttatorium Thentheinft hll chair rappedBoftly with his gavel and said will please be in order ITS THE TERROR OF ALL WOMEN Backache Qnlcltljr Cured by Dodil Kidney Pills Mr AV II Ambrose Tell How Her 1nlni VnnliheU- Merer to Return When Slit Vied the GrntAnierIcnn- Kidney Remedy aJSolontoIncn of Amcrici that the numerous re orts of the complete and permanent cures of K IblcsKillnl oCtberose of this place Mw Ambrose says timesIKliowcil that my kidneys were ajTccted One box of Kidney 1illa drove beentlOlI1noUeethatIfDlt1csthl are neglected tIre disease may de I orUhculMen are so liungryfor office in this upwhosioner Kansas City Journal FACE LIKE RAW BEEF Burning Ip with n Terrible Itching Ec em Speedily Cared by Catlmrsi The Cuticura Remedies cured me ofaterrible eczema from which 1 had suffered t ony and pain for eight long years be thelltw coveredithverafnUingom the terrible itching and pain Cuti gave me the very first day and made a complete cure in a short time To- yra very great joy my head and face are row cear arid Mary M Pay 5 West Main St Wcstboro Mass S ranchhatthe absolute knowledge that they are at ways right Saber Home Dollder Corn soheavil inIIIIcanbeat WHAT DO YOU THINK OP TilES YIELDS 20 1m Beardless Barley per acre ACrtr acre4tons Tiny 000 lbs Victoria llape fur thrcp per A wonderlilOOOrich juicy fodder per A i 1905fJUST SKND Tills XOTICE AXD lOrf in stamps to Jolin A Salzer Seed Co La entlogThey arc always talking about lambs la all street but our experience is that the touglilritlianapoltaentinelp Excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 March 7 and 81 1905 via KanfAs City Southern Railway Lakharles UfforgoingLmdofFulfillmentS Ror for further information regarding these excursions write to S G ByKansaseIt takes more than molasses on the lips heartChicagoTribune It Cures While You Walk lorbotfeet Sold by all Druggists Price 25c Dont FREEddressAlien areintery Puck To Cure a Cold in One Day AlldrulltllsE W G roves slgnutTO Is on each box 23c A niimtKT ot wattTiifagon pa8enl1iera- are using their transfcrsMil Vaukee Sentinel lisolture cannOt be too blIpokenof s a cough cure JWO IJri ntS Third Ave N Minneapolis Mina Jan 6 1000 zeroChicago A Guaranteed Cure for Piles t DlecdlogorProtnlllllllllIesYour OINTMENT tails locurc in 0 to 14 days SOc s In n multitude of advisers there is con usionN Y Time ACHED IN EVERY BONE Chicago Society Woman Who Was So Sick byDoansMarion Knight of 33 N Ashland Ave Chicago Orator of the West Side Wednesday Club says This winter when I started to use Doans Kidney Pills I everybone intense pains f in the and kidneysl gans The urine was thick and cloudy and I could barely eat enough to live I felt a change for the MiBios KNIOHT betterwithin a- weeJcrhesecqnd week I began eating I began to improve generally t l tud before seven weeks bad passed was well I had spent hundreds of dollars for medicine that did not helpa Die but elf wnHh of Doans Kidney P ills restored me to perfect health ATRIAL FREE Address Fost 11brnCtI Buffalo N YFor rIIyall dealers h Price SO cents l i t f I Le lA1r1XCWilladsen ofMotherstold tire 500 women presentthatbealthy American women were so rare as to be almost extinct This seems to be a sweeping statement of the of American women Yet how do you know who are perfecUlwcll and onothavo some from a derange ment of the female organism which manifests itself in headaches backaches nervousness that bearingdown feeling painful or irregular menstrua tion leucorrlitca displacement of the uterus btarian trouble indigestion or sleeplessness There is a tried and true remed for all these ailments Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound has restored more American women to health than all other rome dies in the world It regulates strengthens and cures diseases of the female organism as nothing clso can curingthetestimony Bsthe following should be convincing ManningTaDear Mrs Pinkham lean truly say that you hare saved my life and I cannot express ray gratitude to you in moneyInstruts irregularities and 1 had given up all hopes of ever being well but was PlnkbamsVegetablestored mo to perfect health Had it not been for you I would have been in Ciipsd todayYOURE NEEDEDtraversed stretch territory sustaining tillty wonderful gas pushing MoranviMtVo nmmded There yielding newspapers for Southwest tbctrutbelncaaoftbi February and21st Much 7th TRy excursion tickets from Louis Territory Oklahoma Central vHMo FreeBookbe ent Fe tot UNITED STATES IMPORTING CANADIAN NOW FACT ortaVREEUOXETEADtUWE5TERbeconuoenL yield ayearwlllbeaboa twenty oat barley cropwlllalsoyleld cbool SaprniNTiNDiNT Bnlldlnr witri you aduyrft- ueitfltStrawberry Vegetable Dealers Company Usued a known territory country fortbe sod earl- egelableL a ubeue4rrotd low a Nolt- JFMEBRT ENSIONS see bUiIyaoywaraodforwtdowa ofbtotil fcfc 4 MaIIien 4Miss henry VicePresident of 2IDanville 429 Stville Va writes jDear Manyyearsauffpi Ing female weakness inflammation a broken made mo aaz IoualodlethantollvebutLydiaEPinkhamI VcgetablecompoundbasrestoredmyhealUs and I am font that I want aufferingwomnntoknowwhatLydiaEPink bsVegetab1eCoarpoundwifldoforbe1 When women are troubled With irregular suppressed or painful men struation weakness leucorrhoea din placement ulceration of the yrombt bearingdown Inflamma of the backache bloating I or flatulency general debility indi pcstion and nervous prostration or are yfaintnesstabllity nervousness sleeplessness zndlancholy allgbne wanttor feel blues hope lesx they remember there or and remedyr Lydia iitE Prnkhams Vegetable Compound at once removes such other medicine in the world has received such unqualified endorsement No other medicine has record of cures troubles to any other medicine for the bEstclight heart cheerful countenance and all the charms of grace beauty dependent upon action tho organs You cannot unless you Pinkhara all sicJiwoBvStty to her for advice medicine have restored thousands tof Address Lynn Swxeeds Where ftberf FA The section br the Missouri Kansas fit Texas Ry U very comprehen I sive From SL ZAuis Hannibal or Kansas to Galveston or San Antonio a of aver one thousand miles of of a populati many times that of the present A thousand lullncs1 of various detIf firS a produce of plantaanteropiott and minerals tdbe found Peopled by who believe Jn the future of the west and see the encouraging enterprises of itewiptlon urd ot getting more and better facilities theopportaultrII apparent The Southwest Is sire people neededs ire vast areas niiimproveri lie land not the TOP of ill1 ClPlble same thlllg In a different is true of the townS Few lines of business are adequately represented Trieve arc openings for mills and a manufiCturiDir plants small stores rail lur tcr The and as fit Ids of Kansas Indian Territory and Oklahoma iaL1y new audoffer won 5erful opportunities for development alone comtuerciil a THE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW The at it lisa no lands paIeweepimpiyinteresledttitheupbulidIng L of the country Ve beieve in the and Lcnow present opportunities the prospects are brighter and the Ntnre hopeful than lnlha lder and niore States We want Cu ts iqvvtate and satisfy oursclf of On 7th and and 21st the H K will sell St sad Kansas City to Indian tad and gaiters Texas at No The that I You take advantage of this opportunity see the for yourself Weave pouesslon of alt urtaof Information valuable alike totbe Investor and iomeieeker 1ou are Intcrested teit us what you want bow much you hase to invest and will gladly furnish the information Writetoday for copy of book Dullness Chances Itafree Address 8 COOfttRtr 8 PA348 CItbeM Nail Ink 8M Des Molaes lows C UcWTT 0 P MOSMM Nos c Kaaus city s ON seat fee vats noor Is a oinarza page nnaautnvy iuus rated throughout und bits of an ot over thirty years in the treat or Croo4 U Spinal Deformities Infantile Paralysis Ni Blus fianBtd llaMaa JtUkiKte Ii teli t onir thornuihiy Sanitarium Ic thu coutrdeOtd exciniively the trait these Conditions ad how they cured without urgicai operarion pluter part orother Send forthtibook characteroftb arnieion sneOre ipaelal literature bearing on the MCIa1 Saia 3102 PIe Sfubject Ill be selit with the heeL IHLibi WHEAT IS A The sweisge of wheatth bushels to the erie The and abundantly Splendid climate food cnnrcbe excellent msrketlns acilities Apply for Information to or lumouATIOX Ottawa Canada or to H M WttUAMS taw Toledo O Authorized Canadian Government Agent ritau say saw tkf and Tbe Passenger Department of theIllinois Central Railroad have recently nnblica ion as Circular Mo In which Is desert bed he best In thisgrowing of early strawberries EVerY dealer la inch product thntild ddle postal card at bcsvqs reqnestloc copy of XJrcolur AlVtGen 1MsV AfeoU on at tlClrll War oroi s Uays WJutOstttt SOuL Rtliat St CHllIlitlO q ye5 k T Mattie Art Green Dan Mrs Flnkham with down system more so grateful or that tion ovaries and ings and ss should Is j true troubles J such a of female Refuse buy you need A and are proper of bodily look well feel welL Mrs invites write health Mass City capable la aTe eager South virtue ot every are of which ay yards an condlUons hannibal 15 For the Round Trip Iiishould to Southwest in we our GtOIMOIIONGPTA8oa9124SttsslsNo 1ANDPIRILYSIS wUl pata1dwpsaseaSs or men may to irement directilutereitdmPiittoe OrIipc 1 ik4s +eh 44C + + ptp + 44 WHATtf THE USE OF SAYING GIVE ME A SCENT CIGAR W1JEX BY ASKING SOU A z CREM0YOU GET THEBEST IJIAMERICA a iiiWends largest Seller a The Eitirpfisini teekeepe 5 ATIqabUlltUbookofJMtetledTeclpMaa mteBU airoo tpaEKTERPKISK MrSvO Pfclla p PATENTS 4p ga boote rsnL- h if best refireccea J Wanlngvon UC ANKE o6t BestCoughyvop Tau Use 4i8oidbdr 0 W 2c I t i Ii l 1 I 0 l iJ fI1 t tf 6 J il i k Ti S t11J 4J i 4 L Alfdt8s al1cilbm i k OuTUtlt Pl BLUI trLI i t JODJ W HoHAKKsi OwIngviIIe f ky Subscribers defring u change of nddreta should always give previous t 4drese wtien writing II tdL2I Cnrrecpondenta when out of etn l Uonerv should mention fact on a fi c tppuraio sHp of paper 7 z v No commission in allowed to any fJt body on cttbscripllonB 1rnEOUTLOOK iCflt one year t for one dollar six months forty i bent three months for thirty Ove tentsp i t oj 4 THURSDAY FEB 10 1005 i ANNOUNCEAIENT t FUR REPRESENTATIVE t Xj We are authorized t Announce Chut E Diy of Morehfnd u can J 1 oto fO r tbtjeCtjflfl nA Repreenta- t live IrithBahnod Ruwati roun if 1 lien subjert to the action of the Democratic party C TnR election of Roosevelt and0 tf JFairbunks was unnoitnceil to C n j f greps one duy lust week ItWII9 but UDexpected J LOUISVILLE is going to label its i streets so tlHt the wayfarer mny rf t tend The wonder in that it hunut iJ liJS been done lung before i4 4 x LEXINGTON is to have u uninn de Jfiltto be used by iho C is 0 L und L k E Now that is some 1oJ hiahclly dOings t u A 1 r JnnANN Hocu WHS taken buck to ittJsi oChicHgO and was confronted by live 4 tw nf IMS wives Tie thought it a great 7 Bond Joke Uoch belongs to tho a S bird clusn fo L4I Ifr4 TUB Ky General Asieinblynftrr- cnnsunlin n month In unneceusnry i wrangling at lust did the tight iliihg in Delecting a new site for ihe If 7 ISl000Q00eap11olld adjourned 1ie Sfll1itwls cheap at the iI un1 i 4 Or A vote of 121 tll 13 tholllinois IrK llnurp expelled Representative Vomerftird because ho couldnt 4 f Fr timut good his charge of corruption C gatnalhlift1mewbeuKoawr i und it arek Soaf ttg entirely diittrentmatterC1 ry EVEauBINoleel ll tu becoming rt1 ltt to8ti IL way jncludirijj Goo g punvUIe wife and theit itlne tslftfllllet9 of Ytk ton S SV tjf Other folks would glad givorivqiiartcr tiieelhtfKwilyo Aopbrf V MACUEN foVuierly head ufothe U S PostoQlce free do- 1j 1iveryYiltemtoglher with Diller Baiid Samuel A GolT is now in 1 thepephntioryfor a twojears b aerrn for conpLrng to defraud r iUncIa Saca tin a letterbox fuatencr i CIRCUIT JcmaE HiNT I at Rirht- toond decided that the Day law prohibiting the education nf white neSj J This law proleottrtp at Bereu The eu rlll1 probably be appealed to the H Supreme art e fTI7g1Ithat Rockefeller hASJJockld 1hoUort of the Uur tyubll coG rntt uAsocio tlol1 fniecure clipitlll to buck it in its 9 light furikvIngproo against the t l bllcc l Truit Rockefeller is tho inojit powerful individual in tho UflitedfSaeB and bids Mr to bo curnethewiitbuted oppressor of tbopdople 3Ls5- 5 GQI ROBERT V WOOLEY aged 7 died in LnuUvlJIo last week He was H native of Lexington H 8r n of r rNrIH KI und a gtandnon tc nf Robert Wickliffe He leaves two nleyont1MISS t fortune in fighting the payment of hotiA SoMr fellow wants Senator T G ihitt OrNfwYClrk expelled from Sittc fCp ihe blocks legislatIo- by to ap Sbreak the wonopolrtrjY d texpress Smh reform e ori ould do jiift HS effective work whistling4Iie hlji spot olf the sun TJIQB K NKiDifiNonAca inn bi isIlI by hU i tftl Republican rirHl Kerens 0 he is tbo caucus nominee VittfieReptiblicanparty Heclnims f tL VSheediinrearvjngMissotir1 for Its UhaIrILin the lute campaign enyj UjSthe Senata or- back top s hi tin works for him irj j T zStatehoodbillaiipilttingC k and IndiuTerrItoryasr ne J tite and New Mexico as another ui uas ed by the Senate As the v gois jziCkamended to be iq r H u JtwHJ have to bs voted on I polljtiaale probablyt e i ii Ii i flennorailo VV e ii bilIautrizlng Ihe later IX taHid tatwu pg4yV i 1i4hjr I iii A liz Democrats I 4tjrverjr qiies rt tMi Seflnta will pass a a jadbeen HIM u jellke that of thai 1bih4IrleekattIe disa tse tr 2 p4j s cw pg I rj 4l 55t w JJ q rt J J 7 ri5ENCEt J lonVh t 0 t Likit1 1 IISwd1i I lieVlst Tuesday AbbottWontlMo5iIr1caFrankthe sick HIt Annie Ham is sick Flat Creek Hiilmun Rice hoijght 8 shunts of A N Crookis at 4 At AI datrdMrs Chas Myers 3s improving Mrs Lee Steele is on lhe sick list Alfred Steele was the guest of Perry Steele of Stcpstonc Friday Rattle Sraoot of Suit Lick wa the guest of Edward Smuot Mon iluy night antI TuesdnyCc Jacksons SchoolhousoB- enJackFon visited lila brothor Sam T JiickEon ut Preston Sutur day right and Sunday Birl Jackson wife and son War Iller of Wol Virginia uro visiting their parents Alt Hart 5nd wHo Bud Clark bus returned homo to Covlnjjltn after Feverul wceksstay with his piirentci Felix Clark und Wre Mrs Lizzie hutton and sister MIR Honor Clark visited their lirother John Clark and wife near Preston Friday night UjJfrer Prickly AshsII A Lyter has the mumps AItIt Chandler is visiting her brother and wife John D Manley was alSalt Lick tho last of tho week Mrs Martha Manley sold her fntui to Riley Chandler recJfelingfrom spentSundayThomas horseman bought Peter Honiikers tract of lend for 400 Nicholas Burns bought one sow and lIve ehoals of Riley Chandler fur 20aElder R T D Zimmerman so hit house and lot in Salt Lick to Peter Honuker prfco unknown Mjs Llna Darnell of Flat Creek erndrIckIyV4sbvero guests ofWdlterj oburn uiid AViilie Hamilton lust ridayund Saturday r Crooks C E Teal was In Mt Sterling S HJohnson was in Ovvlngsvi lien business Friday s ryickvlliitlugberbr Mrs John Coyle of Owingsville visited friends hero last week Mrs S V Johnson and Mrs Sam Jones are both quite sick Cole Barnes and IL E Wood made a flying trip to Olympia Sun dliY RE Wood of Virginra is visit andIJ L Vice shipped a carloud of mUles to Atlanta Georgia lust week Sum Ratliff und wife of Salt Lick visited relatives hurt5 ii weeks V Johnson bought of Less Williams 1400 pouhdo of tobacco at Ic Willson Hendrix dbipped r carload of cattle and hogs to Cii cinnuti SaturdayV Gorge Barnes of Chamber Station visited his parent Pre Barnes und wife hero last Iveek Crags Chancy Sexton moved from here to Forge HillIGeorge Hunt sold a mule to Bud die Jones for 59 Born tri FrunkSeston and wife Fob 9 a tenpound boy Felix Barren traded Jim Collins a wagon for two nice uvoy oarold cattle Smith Thompson bought two hogs from Jim Snedegarfor sovenI dollars Hoyt Warren sold to George Rowlings of Sbarpsburg a wagon for 40- Cherley Wilson and wife of Salt Lick wereV guests of relatives hereSundayIis so much trading buyina and selling here it impossible fur us to mention all Dock Goodpaster had his foot seeded Very badly by n teakettle turning over on him EnochVborreII and little son JCA hlspartotsNewtcn Dave Goodpaster sold his house IlJndJat here to bU sister Mrlllet doiUMrs dlaude Warren and child MaryGoodpUIDI ridltyunlIlMondoyp BictiBril IferBUinn gavetheynung oUia Bingipjj one night last week and Jtmoile Martin Goodpaster who waa there pro os for a hot off centeo bito the blades otro VPcket knlfe He succeeded in ao hybreilogioutyery biedIYV i 5L If t icpI cg i lW 77 q t r Bethel dM- ItSV r3ilt Murk of OLngsvt1le- ie3jjgI1er futIierJEuicnnns Jfnthan Sorrel dejuefed lila to bacco to RoberUo1 Saturday ut LOco J W Allen of Rharpsburg VIB d his daughter Mrs J R Crook el t Thumlay Jeff and Ed Gilvin delivered their tobacco to French at Carlisle nday price nut learned coCrossof netobacconear the Bulb Nicholas line Elconsiderablewe claatherM tVondayy Monday West End Mrs Elzio Stone is sick Mrs Howard Kash is very Fick teJaineaSvery sickfrT A Picrsall will movo to Clark Uiit In a fow daysoMarried Reuben Copher und Miss Myrtle Cline Feb G George McClain bought 18 heart of sheep ul 275 per head Wm Jone our clllcient Deputy Slerk was hero on business last wuek iB Mr Niekoll who has been ski- dlias grown alarmingly worso all- anc not last long r clawhugs buund for Owiigdvillc Ewlngton Mrs G W Curiuichacl is on the Ik list Sid Hurt bought of G W Gur michael n field of corn ut l5Q a Knock A big Imp was given by James Flick Friday night All report good time Micscs Duett Brnnner and B ftlanchevisited Sid Hart und family the past week Dart Cacsity of Mississippi re turned home last week to attend his brothers wedding end the big dance Friday night Miss Emma Jones of Pre tou visited her cousins Misses Annie nd Alice Garmichuel at Ewing 1toI from Tuesday until Saturday Married Thursday evening Pink Caseily and Miss Uulticllick both of the Stepstone neighbor hood Tho groom is the son of John Cnesity of Farmers and is n nice Industrious young nina The bide is a daughter of James Plick of Howard Mill and is a beau ti ful young lady We join iheir many friends in wishing them u long and happy life Slate Valley Another snowand bUzzard Mdn day Miss Ollie Jones visited Luetc Ulery Sutiday Miss Almer Toy visitedMissAma Toy near Craigs Sunday WE Atchison and wife went home Friday to Salt Lick Squir Toy has been laid up past week with rheumatism Miss VVinona Sorrell spent the past week with the family of I undo James Sorrell ou Licki river ih3Rexguests of the formers mother Mrs nightdSncfegnrtinlsled George Peed the past week Toy u412fm0 pounds JumenShcdegar had 8434 lbs All Was sold at r Married Sunday Feb 12 Jame Good puster sun of WorthGoodpas ter of near Kendalls Spring inc Alias Jennie Stont the beautifu and accomplishedaaughtpr of Mn isAlln Stone These ate worthy youii people and we join their man friends in them a i happy lifoIVOlympia Mrs George Swarts and daugh tore Ethel nud May returned Tues dayBob Smith went to Ashland Sun dtY to attend his brother Chant ye trial Monday- MrsThomaBThompsonof Chiles burg vipited GtconThmplonund wife FrldaYl1ndSltturdoy Miss Maud Coylo wasn guesl her aunt Mrs JK Jackson Friday on her way home to Louisa Born to JamcaJehix Jr tad wife last week twins Both died und Airs Penix is very poorly iJurl Jnckson wifo and son of New River W Vu came Thursday to vieit friends and here ATrs Wullaqo Jnckpon began a subscription schoolat her hcime Monday She line seveal pupils Mrs vfirrt Clark arid daughter visited frJendsat Howards MIl Wednesday and Thursday of last weekV Mrs Ben Hart left Monday to join her busband lnCovln tan where they expect to make their home We wish them much suc cess Colen Fowler son of Charles Fowler met itha bud accident goVOlTbadly tb1 Bob Swetnam hl8 been v ryj but Is Rome better Hj8twY aro v ryslckalso MrsKat tlgan has been very skk adine better Airs Cole JackS has been very ill irbeew4i7 Per iV to f 1x J ji t SSVl Reynolds Mark Donaldson vV Pllrkut Suit Lick Tt = J t0 Fri day W W lloyd spent frotrrTufcVX until Friday with Piland GrayVS Grange itySMrs Botlio Park was tho guest of her daughter Mrs Mark Donald bon Thursday night Earl Phclps spent front Tuesday un luctsar White Oak Hunlcy Evcrman and niece Mis9I SayC8 near Carlisle to frinMurk Donaldson und wife from Salurduy until Monday Mrs Bettie Williams uid grravid Stumper on White O3k om Saturday until Monday A The weather never gets too cold r tho young of Reynolds1 villo to go to a hopSl The hop Fri 1 hnBPltnbluhomAbout thirty five guests wero ores cut Dancing was the feature o f the evening At two oclock thoy re turned to their homes thanking Ir und Mrs Boyd fur their pleas1 ant entertainment Stopstone L A Glover has installed first ti piano in his home for tho her e of his children Thou H Dull has rented the old Colcmun Barnes farm hero and wi move to it March 1 C A Ragan of White House and W T Rrtganof Howards Mill are here visiting friend und r 1atives for a week or soWG W Turley tins bought of It ondpnsteriiG a little over 13 acres of pllidforright smart land to his farm The private school bing aughl by Miss Sudio Stout lit thcGlovers on upper fork is getting along nicely Both music and the ordinary lessons of common schools are being taught Cold wintry weather Who said we were not going to have a hard one Oh Lord if this is not u hard one I hope we will never have i hard one Thermometer 6 above againks was called to her parentb by letter lust Tuesday her mother and sister beingon sick list They reside close Grayson The Captain is doing iho butch ucl whileJus wife is itwuy J M Steele has rented lila farm here to L B Wilson fur 1250 cash and will give possession in tIntt of next month Mr Steele will move to Olympia on ticcount of his witee health she being bothered with rheumatism Henderson Phipps got n letter iho other day frnra Los Angeles Cal which jvuis written by his son Marian That shows that Coon has gotten quite from home hebe ing in the telephone business us inside lineman IePlnkurd Cassity of Farroerp con Plllte1bllt trriednBextend to the happy couple our best wishes for their future travels through this life Fairview Tom Hunt bought a horse of B Graham for40 Tim Riley is teaching a writing school at this place A U Hendrix bought of W T Henix 13 shouts ut 4 jc Lctli Hendrix boughtut new fbugggKt T S Shrout Friday Charley Culvert and family vis ited Mrs Dolly Davis Monday gGrayYour scribe was in Mnysvillo a few days lust week on business Sim Arrapinith sold his 60ai re turin on East Fork to Taylor Vice for 1300 U T Hendrix Fold his farm on East Fork to A F Stephens for 2000 cash Mrs Dollie Davis and son Lee visited Charley Culvert and wife lust Sunday Walter Johnson moved to a ten ifLInt houso on James Woodards farm Iastweek- Lesliollendrix wire and sot Aa ron vis led Warren Rodgers and wife lost Sunday Nick Rodgera and family visited Charley Rodgers and wifeSaturday night nnd Sunday Born Feb 5 to J W Stout Whitton and wife a girl Stout la wearing broad smile William Hornback and eoni in law Nick Cory moved to a tenant house of A C Hendrix Friday Dq H Hendrix has rented his farm of 100 acres to Mr Fultz of Fleming county for 550 posses sion given March 1 T J Routt gathered his corn last week Ho says that he always would work when ho has time but the trouble is he hardly ever has time Last Sunday morning about 8 oclock Jamcsli ddles IIOURC caught Hfjroia the cook stove ant was aaiu 1000 wiib70Q rs Margaret Vice paralytic stroke with grip inIhIi Js ill with cvoup dgell js very III with RJIcy Rodgefrs js on lfi j oJ Cb 1k y Deciderall Vision Ftuleaolut to t doptecs Irnrr t ehlng Ve k l f tbe ho uitiMrsre the guest of her nitee Mrs arl ClicuptiBro Prather of Richmond Oiled the pulpit nt the Christian Church turday night and Sunday Chas Bates was here Thursday en route to his homo in domDoJackMrs Henry Wills has heen sick for sO DippeEd Wnrren clime in from West Virginia last week He fellwhile working there und crippled himself UpSOIDC thilieIbiuid boys will ho pulled off Thurs dny and Friday nights nest nt Campbell hallthMiss Fay Vice who his been spending the winter with relatives near Paris returned to her home hero lust Thursday Blaino Duugherty who has been working for the oil at C aiumplniiand will work in the Ruglond field Knob Lick andStoopsjleuso give us a rest ubout politics ns the corIMrs Eflle Gorman and prett I little daughter Lida have returned to their home in Mt Sterling after visit to the formers tuherllenr S ills notlnprJntlastthinking that they got into the waste basket They never reach ed this ollleeEDIhKnob LIcktWe are having aV very dieagreo able winter There is little at the mines o twingMiss Ollio Hart commenced a select school here Monday Snow fell here Sunday night about the largest of the season Jackson Snrrrll drew a double barrel shotgun in a rum Monday Boone Razor sold some butcher attoThere wore no accidents on ac c 8ountheard from viJohnvisited his fill her and mother Sat urday und Sunday WnndMin Shrout was buried here Wednesday There was u large crowd considering the day The family and friends have our deep ct t sympathy Friend Stiop in answer to my inquiry an To what reforms were advocated by the Democratic party you teero to evade the ques tion and answer in riddle by talk ing of avlhig brooks and liudding Hewers Ulolutthlng not relative to the case The nearest you come ta answering yrfa say hint the Demo cruts are going to join in with the Republicans in Congress to pass u bill regulating freight rates on railroads Taken from n common sense standpoint there is no reform in the measure even if such a law would hold good as the railroads are tinximis fur a Used rate as there would he no cutting of rates and they are well prepared to show what would be a reasonable rate by exibhing their amount of stock watered and reul Further than that if they should succeed if there iHitny reform in it it should be accredited to Ihe Republican party tit theyIIro the originators of It Ilook upon this move of the Democrats us I do on u man join ing the church to avoid torment or ns a men being honest when t heir law makes him so it is too an cenary and lucks the honesty of purposeV Stoops J H Gillespie was at Losing to on business Saturday Otir town failedfo be represented at Owingavile Monday J T Lane and wife are visiting relatives in Muson county Bert Saunders and wifo visited friends near Judy Sunday Whcatjsecms to have boon but little benefited by the snow Samu l Dealiof Judy will move to Mrs Sarah Bridges farm this week Ohio Kissick was calling on the fair sex in the Aarons Run section SundayMoving is now taking up a large amouut of time for several of our neighbors The thaw out has been a great relief to travelers but it didnt last long enough Butler Carrington will have a public1 sale at his farm near hero February 21 IlInJewellof Clay City is VIB lUng relatives inlho Springfield neighborhoodMany has become a pedant trying to assume the responsibili ties of u prophet Some of our farmers rercad1 to burn tobacco beds AS soon as theI leather will permit Its better or a dog to bite mice n awhile than to sit at the IornerI bnrk for til time Miss Maymb Turner and little sister of Springfield rffisited tIe Misses Wills ttur nntiSnnday t j V J l tn P i Ir c I lno f the Government Olin run psads on us profitable basis usF tlHrnilnmdfl have been Government then we are cer for a change A vellum newpipem has boldly lare1 in luvor of railroad passes rraemborsof State legislatures Ir it declares it enables the TUiukers to Fpend more time ul fuI and not eo much at the vail i eupilnls passing dubious laws is id logic indeed Modern education is limiting cIi rapid strides and such big fo old out of tlio people nowadays Ihut it causes one to wonder what the world is going to come toMijjIi er education is doing for the world what tho world never thought about ing ion itself For instancerMiss rothy Dix n member of the education class is handing us OIlt a series of articles on The ullness of Married Lifo oducaEanilig nothing that higher tion can do to expose the dullness of married life Its our humble opinion that when she gets through she will bo further from the goal an ever To un unsuspecting taider married lifo appears to be anything but dull We dont know those who have been caught In e snap view the question If they sn coyto themselves This is one point higher education hits failed to score The Womens fur P 1oliticaldeclared in favor of race suicide nd are going to take steps to reg u lato the number of children each family shall have Of course the number of children will be limited according to the circumstances r the parents This is some more higher education ideas It is to be hoped that if the ladies succeed in this they will gain tho ballot as iii compensation The lower house ol the Tennessee legislature has pan eJ a blllufter it luaU been amender so as to apply only to the county of the outhorproviding for the taxing ef alt unmarried men over 23 years of age We dont know whether is a higher education idea ire ot if it is itis the best one of the aforesaid It will probably cause he old maids of that county to sue rifico themselves or shut up ithelr willitakeioris Suppose the bachelor tux applied to the world nt large A mien no doubt would find him Pel emburussed over such discomfiture It would be cheaper to marry than to pay such an abominable bachelor tax But then if he married he would have to consult the race sui cide committee Then if tnarriec life is such a dull undertaking wh solace could be gained by marry ing I would just ho a ease oJ hT1 to the right of him hades to tho loft und his Satanic Mujexty front of him So great nfiin in Ptead of being the indisputable would be a Ruitill potato indeed It will be remembered that higher etlupation enabled a body of great M Uj to discover that whoopin cough vas contaeioud after u mil jority of us hud whooped the ever lasting life outof us duo to the carelc88ne8 f some other inilivid iinl Weulready have enough evi dence against higher education to condemn it to the asylum for Ill while us of the titHopliHiicatei clues may just continue idem 1111- 1per TEDDy AND His ROUGH RIDKRS 7As soon ns noA jiapcrs announced1 that the escort of the Presiilenl of the United States upon inaugura tion day would consist or Rough Riders in the panoply nf war nearly all lie members of that famous reg- Iment TJIO are not in office or in jail immediately started for Washing ton some on flrstcluss tickvtssome on freight trainssomo on tho trucks of passenger earn und some on foot writes William B Curtis in aWash ington letter to theChiougoRecord Herald The remainder who are located mostly in the arid regions began to telegraph and write for money and particulars It is thoro fore considered necessary as well as expedient to advise thom that the inauguration does not occur flyuntilt ii dent is very busy and can devote no time to the reception of his comrades and that he has intrusted the entire matter to Maj Llewellyn of Liu Unices NewMoxicoto whom correspondence on the subject should be addressed It is also desired thnt every person interested should understand that a full regi ment is not expected The body guard will be limited to fifty or sixty picked men andiMnj Llewellyn will do the picking It is not nee osenuy for any member of the regi ment to apply to tie Colonel It will be considered a violation of military discipline if ho doesThese announcements aroBerni official but the fighting mentif the First regi uncut of United States volunteers are not going to be bluffed all in that way They consider the in auguration of their Colonel a per sonul matter and intend to partici pate to tho extent of their ability Several Rough Riders have ul ready arrived in Washington in order to be here in time for the pro cession But they have been warned away from theWbiteHouse Several impostors have already appeared but they will not cull upon the Pre 5 ident a second time Ho liana warm affection for the men of his regi meat Ho knows them all by name and by sight and has kept track ofu them since the close of the war He is going out West next May espec ally to attend tho regimental reunI ion and r new his acquaintance AI roster is still kept and Captains ore companies wake reports concerning the whereabouts and circumstances theii men nt each reunion At1 the last meeting one of theCaptntn reported that during the yetireD many of liia company hall died with their boots on and two had been killed by the caving in of a well Thbrelindbcea no deaths from natural causes Thisis about the IWIj the recordsVtr ti i l I 3 J LO fr i h Jj i 15 t0R VI R trir 0 J rjJ4 r 1J i lrts ficI M eo 7 C Jr 3 t I rrfie e Jt Off iiC sf 2 1o c fc t I Ai 4 j i 0 Jf 0 1 Sy1t J0 wPirA r 5V c t i f J J70 f U t 7 P i t fti y a ft k- p w 1 f c b f- r1 jl4Ia rNf 3 i k c I JI t Ii tOSE Ro v lOIv1v J i J 1yJi J M i jI o The President also receives much information direct Scarcely u mail arrives ut the WhiteUouse without bringing at least one teller from a mrade in sonic secluded corner of ie Ve8tPruyerfulJainesHell Roaring Bill Sheeny Solomon Tarantula Hank Starvation 1w Beefsteak John Sister Jane GumohneAndrIoJumbo Beanpole Moonshine Jim and other gentlemen communicate with him frequently and most of their letters begin in the sumo wluj Dour Colonel Im in trouble and uppeal 10 ymi And the Cotrst1 helps thuu every time ho can ulthough ho limits his ess prowinsteadlong ago he received a Setter from iono bf time best fighters in the regi ment which was written in u different tone from those he if In the hnblt oF rending It began Dear Colonel You wjli be pleas d to leurn that have made a good strike and huve settled down und gone into business I hav6 rented one ofthe net places jntownlmvo fixed it up in a way youd bo proud offtnd the big sign over the door reudsTheTheudoreRooaeveltRough Rider Saloon If any of your friends are coming out this way I will be glad to see them Another of the boys for whom Iho President hat u particular ai tuchment wrote him lust summer for to lawgerdefendtary homicide in the first degree IlTho money was promptly forward ed A few days ago further iiifor uiuiion of a gratifying character wus received The lute defendant 1Hote that he hJtll been discharged from jail und was now cow punch l ug this indictment lund been die missed because of the accidental deutli nf ihe principal llleu in n scrap in the Dry Gulch ealoniuThe money hud been received in duo time und he was very gratetnl Hr would send It hack al tOe earliest opportunity It nUll oust teen re quired to pity the lawverufil IlKmi come very handy in pruaringa hort trllnsuctiOllhnt had iimreultesirl tit make him u good deal of trouble Another chenlter wrote Dear Colonel I qmin serious rouble and 1 hope you can help me out Last week 1 accidentally killed lady I was shooting at my wit r rungeeU1TheIlls Rulers ana liusnl forguileti u single incident Of his us oclalioir with them Ae says that under ji rough exterior bonie of those front ieriunon wore time finest ctinractersiu the land The re ltnoiit was cum posed of men of every race and melt tlon although 00 per cent of them vruulothouSecond Lieutenant before tIlt regi ment was mustered out included U itmen One was a Jew one n CtUho lie twoProeetauite and the last u huUbioyU Indian There Were In the ranks indian traders exSheriffs nnd Deputy Sheriffs former United lHlrshills two ordained clergymen of evangeli cat denominations Cue of those clergymen ho says was the coolest man iu the regiment under tire Out day the President remembers to have seen him sitting behind a bombproof where the shrapnel arid tho bullets of the enemy could touch throughItthere perfectly placid pounding beans for bis coffoo with the butt of his revolver und ojvcry timo n leo of lead went through the crown or brim of his lint ho Would take It otf and examine the bole Although many of the men were desperadoes and most of them hud HveU in the open froe from restraint limo llsclpline of tIme regiment sur passed thai of any other in theariny promptjJyguardMost whlch were usually bestowed by tlelrcpm rades because of aetna eccelltrielt or character or personality Almost the first Ihiug that happened to a Rough Rider after he was mus tered in was to have a chrfstoning and get a title that clung to him through the entirecnmptuglllalldl according to sense of humorthey were as often Inappropriate as other wise For example the niQst talka tive man in the regiment Wits known stlInrmost profane reprobate was called The Parson aunt Sheeny Solo mon was ft redhertdoU Irishman six feet four Inches tall One of the clergymen In the regiment was known llii I Blasphemy Bill and n andconqdelleemull bravest mOil In the regiment some l1Prl1yerful rullocjokeRThoWeepIngtellt man an the tnueterroil wits call d Tho Shadow A GoonJREcEnaNrMy dear rllIIdlysJllblgroat dealcleaner world If there were not nny meu fif IlVS iIJ1Mildlyactlyns tile Lord IUdhunt around enough dirt tomoKe Idnan o- utfE Vr 7r kVtVS fj TiT t tpj vio MCINTrnri DENTIST FElliott buildln OirJnqHouse OWINGSVILLB KY tVVSVSSe IUO EAiLWAt t jervices rTIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPTV271003 TIME or rPAtNIATPREItflNS1ATIOC Eastbound No 265V 954 a m i4ppNo rh in WestboundV No 21 6483 m No 23 143 pm No 25 3144 P m Nbs 26 and 23 daily ex icept Sunday all others daily Arc tYou Awa In the course ofGnery ar the hal jinre of your wKtch makes 157680 000 revolutionsV v ThINKOPIE In time the oil gums produeV friction and weur the delicutebeur ing destroyim their blghi finish anti perfect lit thus ruining uiii r accurate tiuiepiefe jt5 At or4invrjThnihiThe is duuilv wiutcit should be oIfetJ flee a year Let ns examine h an honest iipinioa from ui will cost you notIiTutug 1 QsvingvilIe Ky Hn rmt Letters from EuTopo t- WllVbe A Leading Featum of Tile I CourierJournal7 I During199 F There will beynthirfsattractive departmenisal going to make u complete newspaper Mail Rates Daliyone year DailyandSundaiye4 Weekly i year COURIERJOURNALi CO LOUISVILLE KY f Ily apecIal Arrangeipent pjiwin get The OutoIcj und The WEEKLY cOlR JOURNAL both one year foic 4SHINk r This is for cash mlsipti only All subecripUons underlh combination otter muat jeT Bei thruuh Tn 9ttLoo orn VVSSVVlVVrVV VVV c