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best lO I tTM Perry Co ave the lat eat patternt of wall paper 4t t BxyWbDougIne3 andf3tfr rjiihoe For saleby BrotherUroth S 5V The Union and Black HawK corn drills ore sold byBudBroth erVGet the prices on Mens ands Boys suits at the Racket Store fore buying Brother Js Co have a full stock of harrows cultivators and doubleVI 4 shovel plowsot Vegetation is making rapid Growth vThe bluegrass II particu 1lyfawardJr HL Lane is agent for Wieder G11unhottlectlbeet and Budweiser 1t bottled and keg f W1tbev kilt d or nnttliepeachesS 4d artier fruit are tV i right In tliii bloom in townD14 lAllwho haye to onMDFllrI8h Hew1ILglventiractInhf k YoafeaRn kep ffni seeing Brother lr Brother allln this is- llfe TheyXantyo rtriirtfi A Gar ad 1iftOOhR Farmers Te rVUJzer the Iest tk 1 Allftt1 ytbWJl1NtIlrardL l Our line flf e4bokstovel and1 t gtt Jjw te th Ml J KiMH iI u If t J 2Wt xl UHt FJ V J hm r sf Jctf ttieU 1k5jrO uLi J a I Vtr r T4ftHV 5fp Iry11yua Ifr i Jtr pJ J J ft I Th 11kW sell wgoi4goodeut a 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flIead 5 j t SftIOI iil labile g Ia Jta all lorti et bois t turyoa the best lu 4roek In titje the aut- i 1it r MO wJt Coapai OUI wci tvraed ryuy DtjIC4m tft Ja 4f hV1IS doJo r F r w sptn pots dodgers pmplistid esiythIgusuaIl ot t1iO Mei VS 155 s baa4 t raaa1 1ii HfeiaJ1 i ti I t W4 ri J t to tI tti Z1I0 1 t t tfJ I r w i wJi JI t1 t A j f jjl ti J 17 oj l 1 t r 1 0 ro 4i s IJ 7 tbit f t 1r I so1 L 6 PERSONAL LoxlugtOilastClydo Byron spent some days the past week at Ashland Crit Young and wife have movoj to their property on High street Nathaniel Markland has returned from a business trip to Lexington S C Bnscom Jr of Millersburg dayilaJohn T LatliramB little son Shot tY1pholdteverMiss Mary Hunter of Winchester came Friday to visit Miss Lillian DaughertyDr Mclntiro undwife o Carlisle visited their son Dr W O Mclntire Sunday J JMark went to Louis villeTueB dny to attond thft State moetiug of circuit court clerkB 11 fark and wife have gone to hou ekepJnir In one of J1 Mesbitts houeesxpCoylo street Ernqwt Fratman and wife bays moved to the Christian Church par sonage on Multi street 11 8 Trumbo of Carlisle was here Friday on his way homo from West Liberty Circuit Court Mrs E Qaitskill of Winchester visited her daughter Mrs Jesse Hampton the peat week John Scott and wife are moving purhasedElder T S Tinsley of Louisville over Saturday on his return from Klder llartlns funeral Mrs Fannie Goodpaster of Mt Sterling WWI tha guust of Mrs BM Goodpaster Thomduy atd Friday Misses bale anci Emma Lewis f Ewlngtnu were guests of Mrs Bert Daniel some duys the past week RnyPatteronfeturnodJrldIlY Prof und lrltE C Fox at heater Mr Bedlmoii and Miss Rosalind Goodwin uf- Mt Sterling visited the atters father Uol P M Uoudwin undur QebA Peed and wife visited Dr rckeu und fnmilyiin Fleming coun ty Sunday U better of is illness James Glllon and fa mly moved rom FleiniiiKsburu to rvuuu tit his brother John OillouVM ttliiy 1 buye are warmly wulcuiuuU pack to old home Uascbm Sturgell and Tnmily left fur their new home nt ABlilnud Sun duy Thu beat lltsjir many rlendsgo Wllh tlieui HI brdther on yeitt Tuyaday R IV Gaulty of Frl1 trilrtcamei SaiuUayav aeliil it Hiuiitli it J is IdIijnie C C Uazilrigg baa snid uut Ills teaSel Unif will probably en fkjwlK tkerS5MbJebubIIIes4 rti ut It adMnLflrue Dtd sJLnlule1KriFri ij5cr r IJ06l1t ofMr Ud Mrs uh1t W 11uiujar anti Mr and MN Hes M 1tu f from Friday uutil Huthy Karcelf left Thursday jnnrnj ldoutthdtlie auural of Lila inoili erJnlHW Mrs Margaret Bnlrd aged y ware who died In Louisville WeJ HBsdayaHd was buried at Indian toIIL Friday ShewaSd native of Martiusvllle Vai The usual spring iiiafn the OURtains show up nightly now ith beautjfuleffeetVI- des Mrs JKstill eUo cheap Becasse she sells ibr callbI with a very suall profit OlIver weaBb the best to be- odghin chilled pl whli8no equal For sale 1ByronlirI Turner Spencer of Roes Run thrown off of bis bore und is shoulder dislocated last week March broke the r sTd af Iate- yearsfordeceat weather April Hay have to pay up for it however Judge John A au her yan l San P AtebllOwentout to lies Millj on Licking river Tburrday Ranked s Teral fish Brack GiUaspie bought of J S- OiArkbfnearRe7aeIdihlIe seven heifcra foi1 las of July delivery at 4e and tot ers st4c Ferf everything ia wall paper fopR e I 1l t tot lell- a Klr r M erry ok ccV it iIiiCarrhiCooperwhn used to ivewltliSquiri Ti J Hendrixs attily was narried at Paris re MRtly to C P Bice aged about 80 years Dogs re eitIykIIIedind crl ppled tweiityfpur sheep of Robert Her yelttock on Bald Eagle James ftwenyof White Oak had live or ffiore bydoge- MADERAiNawsTh fire en jine Was used in sprinkling tinS treek Saturday Bpmeting vat for the first of AprilThe stream of water from the zremadea waHif ul play ofrainbow colors in the tuaahine CARD prBANItSOdeisit Ify Arll a 1905Wiwish to express our elneere shanks to the pebphS ou kindly ffllaister d to tag the sickness and death of our r child Allen Blain MK48D M alTOJLIVBR WHALE JktitoyiKQ THinaSj President Key of the Owlag sville Corns erCoWhnJgWt S Phelpf the sexton put thceeterytttbMatest sort of condition The va eaatlqts have been cleared of the dod grass by burning aid licks fcwvB been lp tID everywhere the aectaeH is required The cemetery jjprese at a more at tract I ve lip pesratnoa i l aa ever thIytr f fjl I Jtfi i fJd t j i Tolliver Whaleys little son Allen Blain died of pneumonia near 1Odepsa Friday and was buried Sat urday AUCTION On Saturday April 8 at 1 p in I will have an auction 1of marchandiee at my store a at Odessa M L JONES UHCLAIMEDLETTCBS Remaining in Owingavilie postnfllce April 1905R O Enlnsk Jo Dolphus England Miss Lizzie Logan Mrs Mary Barns Walter Snedegar Per sons calling tor above letters please say advertised J A BARNES P M fDIE IN TEXAS Mrs Mollie Young widow of Ed Young for merly of this county died Sunday at the home of her sister Mrs J Si Armstrong at Dallas Texas She was buried atBailni She leaves two ohildrep one a married daugh ter She was a Miss White a native of Lancaster BROKE His Aim George Steele received word from Mountain View Oklahoma that his grandson Willie Parker aged 8 years fell off of a horse and broke his right arm just above the wrist The child is uJson of Lucter Parker He was doing well at latest report i NOMINATED KOR POLICE JUDGE Osmond F Byron formerly town received the Republican nlml inution for Police Judo of Ash land last week The nomination equivalent tORn election Os moods many friends hero are delighted to hear of his success M ILLtNERTOlENINGFrldayand Saturday April 14 and 15 1005 Latest und most fashionable de signs will be on display Street hats for early wear Your patron age eolleltKh JACKSUN Jj KKiHd dealers in Millinery und Notions SultL1okK 2V 4 IIIILiil1Campbell founder of the tjifq ohureh denomina1innroettath Sunday mprninir and bIh i tR nerszohs were highly pleuing to thaoungregation The church hue- deoiploy Elder Campbell as puitor If the olflcers and hucan u come to terms F UstnJIfPu1lMhd n onot of her gs1t1IeiIary w riIllnlngd vlfe inrrt wifevE Gur1pnset and vifr MiRe8 Ellen JiottV Mary tiudgell cl uouise Gudgell May Kincuid t- nMiis BnBk Perry Ellis By ron EfflHittt Fratman N R Put terson KwingpililtlersGaySbruul Rex CorRclison Holmun Rice Con per EwiflgmiJStwJ TJCLKPHOHE EXCBANOE A nlimbor ot aiharpsburg telephone ppnple are perfecting arrangements to establish telephqne exchange here ttf glveconnectionnllover the in county without extra fees to the renters of boxes Arrangements have been made with the Sharpskburg Salt Lick and connection will be had with the longdistance V11fl05 The Sherburne line will probably be bought and a line be built to Flat Creek store to a connect with a line to Ml Sterling tobe built by Chambers The City Council granted a franchise Tues I- Iaay night for the foregoing purposehS P Atchisons exchange turned over to the new company which is negotiating for a suitable room for the new exchange JACOB WARNERS DEATH Jacob Warnerdied about 1 oclock rUed aaymor lugHe became affected with kidney and bladder trouble and was confined to his home for several weeks His disease made steady progress and he gradually t sank hiR sulfering being intense at inaes fpra somV weeks ipastt The fhevltable end was recognized by his physician weeks ago Funeralservices were held at the r1lidenceneartown at 2 oclock p m Wednesday April 5 conducted bYRey J 31 Fuqua pastor of the M E Church The burial followed nt the Warner graveyard on the TheplIbearerswereA Perry A U Dawson JW Barnes R L Stewart J Wf BUibelBIFrank Perry Jacob Warner was born June 8 1827 and he was reared and lived all luulife In the neighborhood of lie birthplace He was a grandson of Jacob Warner a pioneer who cleared the farp and built the rltkI residence on Slate Creek where the grandson lived the fast twenty oJ moro years of his life Jacob War net was a aaah of the highest in tegrity and asa firstclaBB citizen In every respect No man in the comraanity odbleherlor fan dealing and honorable conduct He was H practicaj farmer and pro pored well owning several hundred acres of good land He was liberal with his means and did countless act80fgelferosit1and Jcindness eHis usefulness was great and this community will miss him much His wife died about two years ego They are survived by three chil dren William Dudley and Mrs Jeff Dawson The bereaved ones have THE OUTLOOKS sympathy Ip thVjr irreparable Jpss 4tS w MAnn HiuTiRED JohnTincher keeper of the County Pohrhouse was in town Saturday with his jaw tied up and was asked somfl umpty lateen hundreds of times what was matter He wore his voice to a frazzle telling that In dehorning a heifer a pole flew up and gave him- a knockout blow on the Jawbone MRS SARAH HAMILTONS DEATH Mrs Sarah Hamilton died nt her home on Flat Creek Sunday morn SterlingMondayaged woman and had been sick for some time She was the widow of James Hamilton the noted Short horn cattle brooder who has been dead many years Her maiden name was Gutewood and ejie was a sister of James Gatewood of near Ewington She wits prominent so cially jwnd had many friends throughout the State She was greallyesteemed by all who knew her Her surviving childrefi are George G and J Carroll Hamilton the wealthy farmers and Miss Fannie May Hamilton who have the pympnthy of innumerable friends in their loss ELDER MARTINS DEATuElder Henry F Martin after a short ill ness of pqeuumnia died at his at Farmers Wednesday and- mi ried Friday j y the side of his cluIs grave ntMoreheadElder Martin waV a minister of theCbris tlanChurchI1nOtldreJow and Muster of thtMifionic Lodge The Oddfellows comuoted their funeral rites at the reoldene The body woos then taken toiteihrohwhere Elders T S Tinsley ot Lc uieyille Slinuee of Lexington and rtevs Stout and Button of Morch uJde livered discourses The hod was taken charge of by the Masopq nt the train and taken to MorehnnC i 1dtitjI4e of Lexington and came bIStnwn about twenty years ago teach as assistant in Bath Som poiry under Prof Turner He later n cashier in J A J Leos bank RuwanpouMtne Freestone Company othe 155yearssurvive him The Jour oldestchi 1tOUttire Shouee Tee Llllie d ranoisSF4dnr Mariinwsirn tiornngtiy4 good mn and enjoyed the ePte m tlflcle penpia for his fine qnaltjti lhelrlilVtlwarkllfJIettriblwhich Jie washeld The widow and ofit2yhonored husband a hd father 4 7fisviLLE TOBACCO MARKET SattyEvering April ltheonib of March in leaf tobacco circles represents the greatest oI time nf businesM taken cure of by Louisville warehouses since 1902 when the total sales were slightly excess of the figures for thepaet month The weeks business was also gratifying and warehouses aveenough business in sight to Oap them rushed for another bro j weeks at least though it israJldly getting on tqwurd the ibusiness will become a little quiets farmers are engaged with their Tops and havent time to to market The dark tobacco btrBnessI expected to improve reatwiule but the tobacco is being beldbackwith some persistency pornobthe crop it is fully expected twill be sold here on the breaks r1 The market has been easier the past week Warm weather hasput the tobacco in soft and undesirable condition and buyers have shown a greater desire to discriminating in their purchases at his eenson The result is not fully seen In the official quotutionswbioh show a decline of 4c on redo trash Cn common leaf 4o on mrlum c leaf and i lio9n good leaf Asa matter of fact prices were much tower at one time than these figures ndicate and white the aarketbas bad some recovery the old basis of values lacks much of belrfg restored The market first part of the week was from l3o lower on th differ env grades Rod tips were firkoI and when In fair condition common medium i commanded l satis factory prices and red smokers and common trash were irregular Alt bright tobaccos were in good request and when in good condition brought former prices Quotations on the cblory grades are not materially changed There was also a demand for export grades insuit able condition Total sales of leaf tobacco in the Louisville market for the pasi week have amounted to 4262 hogsheads compared with 3315hog heads last year and 1628 hogsheads th9 year previous Of the tqtal 2978 were 1284 dark 22 being old crops and 021 darklTotal sales for the year to dates have mounted to 49803 oomparedwlth 38097 last year and total sales of new crop to date flgure up 46288 hou heads Rejections for ih week were 543 hogsheads of Burley and 211 of dark making total of 754 pr 20 per cent of offerings atr woo lion Receipts for the weekf were 3499 hogsheads and for the year to dKte they are IOOUt J3encb Say Goods At Home And with the quality and the prices we believe you will buy at home We have a Complete Line of Dry Goods CONSISTING OFj ESSGOODSSILKS LAWNSWHITE GOODS GINGHAM SCOTTONADES LACE CURTAINS AMERICAN LADY CORSETS COuNTER- PANES CARPETS RUGS 2IATTING- Sleiis Clothing Tbat Will Fit Yoif and wear you and look nice ta you Boys Clothing 3year to 2pyear sizes Complete line pi VV Douglas shoes at 225 to 350 VXens vditk lJ shoes nrewSellJJadits fit hoes allc 01 sJissniiitfdrs t Uis f r D gtetspn arid Swaqn brand hats j We Make You a Si1Lof Glotlies on 6days notice fit and style guaranteed Our stock is especially strong on OUeRftLLS JftCKSTS ftND GLOleS We ask the people of this county to think of us thi- stspringand come in and see for yourselves Brother Brother OWINGSVILLE KY The monthly report of Secretary- R B Green uf the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange shows that the present unsold stock of leaf to bacco in this market amounts toI 14519 hogsheads dfvided as fol Iqe2385 Burley 6559 Green River and 6575 dark The total compares with 10037 unsold stork the same month last year and 8744 1i11g031he actual increase in old and unsold stocks for the month amounts to 1506 hogsheads while tho change in unsold is nominal Itwill bo further noted that the decrease in the stock of Green river is very small and theso will apparently be sold this year later than usual- Receptsthismonth have amount ed to 17338 hogfheads and deliver ies have been made to the extent of 115 2itince January 1 the total receipts have amounted to 40 012 hogsheads compared with 30 914 stY8l1rond 36940 the year previous Deliveries since Janu aryl have amounted to 35531 hogsheads and total stocks this date are 22767- frlvatoBdlcs for the month amounted to 1016 hogsheads and total sales for the year to date amount to 49803 of which 89371 were Burley and 10432 dark The tfitai compares with 37631 hogs beads sold in the first three months of last vearlhQ months hush nose represents 21627 hogsheads compared with 16622 for the same month last year and 14727 for the corresponding month in 1903 and 23673 in 1903 Burloy sales for the month were 17530 hogsheads of which 177 were old cropaDd dark saiea amounted to 4107 old crops figuring tnthe extent of1g 877 uogBhesicis Rejections for the 5I j talloveb Clothes Can month were small amounting to 14 percent of Burley offerings and 22 per cent of dark or15 percent of total offerings at auction Since January 1 rejections have amount ed to 7336 hogsheads A critical study of the report shows that the warehouses of Lou isville are prospering Courier Journal Continued from fourth pagtt are the products of labor and if the labor east ofaQ article iutde in Germany is less than the labor cost of the same article made in America Germany wilt sell that article and ours will lie on the shelf The standpatters have a renwVy and it is this They propone to keep the ta rill at the present rate which gives our domestic manufac turers u monopoly of the home market out of which they make such enormous profits upon their general product that they can af lord to take their surplus and throw it at the heads of ipreign buyers for what it will fetch That is what is going on now That is what hits been going on u long time That is what the Fif tyelghth Con gress stood pat on That is what the Fiftynlnth Congress intends to stand pat on It is the simplest thing in the world and the only serious difficulty about it is will the American people continue to stand it The President is oppos ed to it Many loading Republi calls are opposed to it A number of very able Republican newspa pets are opposed to it and the Democratic party or that which goes by the name of Deu10crutlcI party says it is opp06 i EUGiMiththiL2is place to get VULCAN pLOw1They uro the best anti thu chPlIllrlltfor thoY do the bt ork T1fbl points always fit Yuu can pet tlini plain oat forruputfd A trnllttbud Mold Jltiurd nil parts ore lucked strainO onll lo1tii1Costs iiothliiir fj try one 4IVe owe1iLItIItflfld olltflft tJriPoorof t thrq MdgiveI 1 f EUGENE MINIHAN Owings ill tJrVVVV RACKEFSTQqWe i Jr v fA of Goods From trjtf Easl yLItyou Come in and getpur prifces fp-T Isayc Li Cnlicop yda 5 4c CIilldrensSuitoi froln 25ciimoJ pklrofDressAll Over Liter yd 25c Mens Slipper pr 21 501io2 dozen Pearl Buttons 60 Ladies Slippers pr 2l 501 7 r 4DroIscr and Table Scitrfs each 2 c GhlldrelII SIipers trbnz SOc uif trLace Door Panels 5025c Mens Linen liSts v Qa Ladies Vests 1510850 Straw i21o85c 5 iJAn nt yd 12 8 5 4c Matting yd i8jl512 Jo 11LudleLadles Back GomtJs2J15 lOc Bolts eke lOejjWeclothing ut reduced prices Mens Underwear i Z5i20 Mens Suite 10 8 C5 3 225 Cups and Saucers G fpr v Roys 6 53 2 Granite Pint Cups V tfjcf rl CASH PAID POREGSJ c1 E4wS VV HEFli Ri t rd c 1k g I I iiE t L PIg4- MCASH l TtonmfiCambrics9cCollar 6 8 ib 2eHope SY2c Summer Vests 58riocV t iiBestBest Calico gc Ribbons I 5 t 250 CASa FQB mas j MRS D 8 E TrJllirl WM TE9rptBETHEL KYr v f Dealer in Furniture Also IInderlak Funeral Director andJEmbalraier t 1t fCallsI J rj But the tnndpuitera have the ad vantage Tile country is at work and the country i making mhneyi There is no answer tu thatin Congress As for reducing wngep that is abcurd In a country subject to la bar agitators The only thing poe ible is to make labor mureelDcient Besides it fs fully to talk about u reduction uf wngte us long as tbel trusts mike the cost of thing what ever ttwychoose to uink itIWe cant stand pat freer The coat of living must fpmeday Le reduced Ve tnupt soon time get our full share foreign trnde What a prospect ror a Fure enough Democratic party if there tcreanlysucha ruing SAVOYARD Lo TIlE POOR pALEPACKTWhen Ieter Sampson the tulkutivtj Win nebiign Indian was usked bo liked Omaha by ibis time be ans wered 1 am disgusted The more I see white woman the wore I like Indian woman I uni a citizen but I no want citizen woman I no like them Th nt1tutk but only smile They no chew und no smoke they bave no btankcu no sit down on the floor and Rur cards They cannot have good time 1 no like their looks anyhow They all pale like dead Amman They not nice RndfuL like Indian woman with round face big chin fiat nose and black hnir Him dresses haven nice colors and have not feath ers and no ribbons Tiaoyall right I suppose white men but nut me I no like to Bee eat have heap of spoons forks dishes and hiteb8ndkerchi filndiund no like that Him to eat and J j r S have nil khids and th6 Thrzis 1 t Hut All 250 Suits 4i io how red for for Him r01 no like wu h dih rjndians XI oat with htnaklsand tlint ir bsti1Uiiito iniun tn like Hug uient no like wTiite woinitnv lim can Vj rend write eniile and munj other V little things hut 1 see no rq in fthut I think Ino irant Woman rrwho wears hats Whltenjen inOmnhIfre bad 1 i Indians that chme down here have tri J no more money hnd nrt white man jwill give anything Theyisay big tmoney bigent little aiiiney littlefeat nndno money nn ltiJ fare dilferent and better When Indian l has nothing be DCS t uncither Indian und lives with lairitttnd they iriivt up Yhen IndiaagetsdrupkS lit has- Venouglbut white lann line i 1whileIndian IIhdwCiIldnnt givetny big Itidlnn wnmiin for tunny of the heat white Watnntebrska paper cJo Book on California 66 pgesI7GllfustrllliOQlf DescJibe VtrfCalifornia and the roTJte there Chicago Milwaukee andSIanl o Union Pacific and SoutheriiPuciflc P tine iJ lThis is the route of ThtoOverlanclf Limited Leaves Union PassengerV Station Chicago 005 p w daily Arrives SunFranuiseo the third day i in time for dinner CUernI8 boot 1 sent for 6 cents postage FA Mjl ler General PaBseLger Agent Chi cago or W S Howell 38J5Broad way New York i itt L Ij 1t The Outlookand dailyV5 fi yearfor8 t t i7 fA I5V l L y f kr r i 6 t IVtfiV5VV jt 7jV 0K1 t t i tf s FJi 10 1 c f J ki t s tJi s Jf i 1- If1 iJf g 1 I 2 tr I i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK jJOUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher SWINGSV1LLE KENTUCKY WHEN HE COMES HOMEI When he comes home the baby who hallI urown- To be a man and claim a mans estate I listening stand blde the gate alone And for his welcome footsteps silent v wait Z1rrttL 1IIB xvellloved form that Joyous draws more OCBrIi Aon the breezes foftly cornea to mo 1 Ills greeting full of ten 2erncn and Sf t O cheer When he comes home I revel In the past 4WM1efor the future still I hope and i pray Shands hold mine In such a loving a leading I am led our footsteps stray 7 old familiar paths where little feet I J Beside my own so long ago did roam She while his fingers gathered blossoms k sweet r We live It oer again when he comes 14 home Ii 1fl When he comes home my beby boy and milD My crown of motherhood glows won 1 I drous bright i i tilt by the moons pale beams his face I j 1 scan ronIlWe reverent bow our heads together hero Beneath the boundless scope of heavens y dome AhO offer lhanki foriuch reunion dear a iVTVJth Joe nlf changeless still when he 4 home4 comes Vilulh Raymond In Ohio Farmer I 1 DriandIII Bjj ItVINO lACnEUEl A Author of Eben Holden Dam of the Bleued lte Etc d ft7rlht11C1 Lotl1rop 1IIbltI1IJ1cCoPUJ V t CHAPTER XICOltCD I led niy hors to the stable scraped ilm of lather and dirt Rive him a wallow of water and took the same ayself for 1 bad a mighty thlrst In tar When I came In she hadeggs and pclatoejJ and bacon over thetflre and- Vas filling the teakettle my soul said she franlily you are the oddestlooking man I ever saw Tell me why do you carry that long dub Vil looked down There It was under luy arm It surprised me more than anything I ever found myself doing Maddme Ill because I am a tool- 1aald as I flung It out of the doors t lIt Is strange said she Your J clethei they are not your own they v t arf as If they were hung up to dry e Ad you have A saber and spurs 4I Of that the less said the better I 4v answered pulling out thesatiei1 Un p lPssuniess madame you would like aj to dol youug Mcrn Dleu she whispered A l J 1c amkeeaolcer l With good French blood in him I dde who was never so hungry In all f a laUfeiJt I went outft the door as I spoke 7 5ndboved my saber undEr1he house I Hl have a daushtcr nteother side S ef tfce lake hid she married to a Y nVec and her husband Is fighting eitIshwith the rest of you God hlmlldI jiiAwen said she bringing my food Is the table The great Napoleo he rk q a waa wIdoas storzn lftol tkefe alone with twayoBBg daugh tI gikewereeLatapicnIjnthenear tow Wo were talking quietly when a unl ar voice brought me standing Judas Priest ItuldDr1 stood jl the doorway hatless and one boot iikilngasorry figure of a man t woodsyenderjewe11ton8s bet air brown hoES go by Knew Im 9E n eg I sot eyes on Imuse t ride Jim myself Hed an Idee t wus you nt eft saddle sot a kind oeasy But tkemAaIr jOe lghtytul dos Jerushy Vet wouldnt be fit f skin a skunka i phem dos would it- S Got em otf a scarecrow i said Nough t niek a painter ketch Is rstb they wus I t tThe good woman bade him have a it ejtjllr at the table and brought more J c JNeck ls broke with hunger t Is 1ft Mrtlntsaldheaa ho began to caL ev V light out P here purty mlddlln c ri Tala no safe place t be T tilil j ever dew fer us tbe ketched r w te ate hurriedly and when we bad tsked the good woman gave us each I b h outfit of apparel left by her dead T band It was rather snug for Dri cayp him an odd look She went 1 of doors while we were dressing Idenly she came back tajthe door iGo into the lIarsh whispered bey are COBl I 1ItJ J1 l f iti CHAPTER XII t I found the door and Drl flung our 4I Into the darkness that lay be- iJ 2 It Then he made down the lad J sd l after him It was pitch I 4t f Id Ia the cejlar a deep dank place J i J t rank odor of rotting potatoes v 1zi i Ii d our way to a corner and ri t i likening We heard thcf dIsh fi on the stone step idp I5A woman sald a man 4 i r 1 a muked English a cent hue rc1 j ntea any Yankees Woods art f Ikrthem afwind here No Well i 4c youre a goqdlooking woman you give me a kiss r J crossed tke ioor ab ve WI and to f jti StSs was backlagway Z t Ceje OMM iont be so shy my 1ie i Wetty woman said he and then we 4 i4 1 lsl bear her struggling up and dowr d he Itter 19fM cll8tbag tM ladder I ApI the fld or St y fact burning z r J Jtth anger and DrI was at my heels i i I the door opened I saw she had fal fi t t a The trapper was bending to kiss A 1 had lij by the oUar and had J uled him tewa bcue he discovered strippedtae hopeless situations la- o i1 i laii my lIMaay muzzles were point wlnoi 1wdi 1doXnother hostile move frpm either cPjt d v ended our totthen cktJo it JI ler akhe fullvunlforin a British t 3 jtt I rAJI leaidtrIIi I ip I JtJ if gloveuIPIlteach y6u better 1clA il in Yrjte Ie I Some o 4 I toee ankeesbe added k tfJo i It f x J turnlllgtt t It they mAiv f I wIthoutan brder pM emup to the ictJ wall Jt k Helcked up I1ISlIatlieiai1tetjstep tf rO ill pig lafroat of DrL t v 5my obliging friend said he ttoMl co it kl hand I 11 d liI for my sword ad pistoL trouble70nI f7 f Dt yKglRtt4 over at I j looklaiicen lie wouldnavlrfo gb t a ti1 i to his athIasd there IfJ ha d X 1 1 t Ivea II tM1r tGlhwa pew Y 0 tji I i i s4 j1 t k4 J I it ig E fl ri 1 jJirJ 9a rII I r H b uCI T1 Itr jjf t tt + i JrJC1b i rl E t = 9 7t j 5a the core when his blood was up the same old Drl I Dont fight I said He had cocked the pistol and stood braced the sword in his right hand I noticed a little quiver In the great sinews of his wrist I expected to see that point of steel shoot with a quick stab Into the scarlet blouse before me Shoot V be damned said DrI a Fore I die ye II hey a hole er taw n thet air karhlss o yourn Shant give up no weepon tell ycve gin me yer word ye let thct air woman alone I expected a volley then A very serious look came over the face of tbeJ captain He wiped his brow with a handkerchief I could see that he bad been drinkingIAh I see You have an interest In her Well my man I want no share In your treasures I accept the condition Evil as was the favor of this poor concession Drl made the best of It She s an honest woman for all I know said he handing over the weapons Aint ago n t see no ledy mishased nut ef I can help it We gave ourselves up hand and foot to the enemy thtrjs was no way out of It I have read In the storybooks how men of great nerve and skill have slaughtered five to one escaping with no great loss of blood Well of a brave man I like to believe good things My own eyes have seenwhaV has made me slow to doubt a story of prowess that has even the merit ofI possibility But when there are only two of you and one without arms and you are In a corner and there are 10 pistols pointing at you a few feet away and as many sabers ready to be drawn I say no povcr less remark able than that of God or a novelist can bring you out of your difficulty You have your choice of two evils surrender or be cut to pieces We had neither of us any longing to bo slashed with steel and bored with bul lets and to no end but a good epitaph They searched the cellar and found our clothcsand wrapped them In a bun ole Then they tied our hands behind us and took us along th road on which I bad lately ridden A crowd came jeer ing to the highway as we passel tho little village It was toy great fear that somebody would recognize either one or both of tis Four of our men were sitting In a guardhouse at the British camp After noon mess a teamster droye up with a big wagon Guards came and shackled us in pairs Drl being wrist to wrist with me They put a chain and ball on Dris leg also I wondered why for no other was treated with like respect Then they bundled us all into the wa J liE LIGHTED TIlE CANDLE ND WENT ABOUT POURING ITS GfOW ON EVERY WALL AND CORNER OF OUR CELL gon now surrounded by Impatient cavalry They puts blindfold oye the eyes of each prisoner and went away at a lively pace We rode a long tIne as It seemed to me and by and I knew we had come to a city iqr I could hear the passing of many wagons and the murmur ofr a crowd Some were shouting Shoot thedd Yan kees and now and then a missile struck among us There Is nothing so heartless and unthinking as a crowd the world over I could tell presently by the creak of the evener and the stroke of the hoofs that we were climbing a long hill We stopped short Iy then theyVbegan helping us out They led us forward a few paces the chain rattling on a stone pavement When we heard the bang of an iron door behind uSthcy unlocked the heavy fetter This done they Jed us along a gravel walk and oxer a sounding stretch of boardsa bridge I have always thoughtthrough an other heavy door and down a winding flight of stone iteps They led us on through dark passages over stone pav- Ing and halted us after a long walk letting our eyes free We were In black darkness There were two guard be fore and two behind us bearing can dies They unshackled us and opened a lattice door ot heavy Iron bidding us enter I knew then that we were go- Ing into a dungeon deep under the walls ola British fort somewhere on the frontier A thought stung me as Drl and I entered this black hole and sat upon a heap of straw Was this to be the end of our fighting and of us You can have a candle a day said a guard as he blew out the one he car rled laying it with a tinderbox on a shelf In the wall of rock beside me Then they filed out and the narrow door shut with a loud bang We peered through at the fading flicker of the candles They threw wavering ghost ly shadows on every wall of the dark passage and suddenly went out of sight We both stood listening a mo ment Curse the luckP I whispered pres ently Jest es helpless es If we was hung up by the heels said Drl groping his way to the straw pile Ala no use glltln wrathy What we do I whispered Dunno said he an when ye dun np whut t dew don dew nuthln Jest stan still thsfa whut I blleve In He lighted the candle and went about pouring Itsrglow upon every wall and into every cra k and corner of our cella small chamber set firm fnma Bonry with a celling so far above our heads we could see it but dimly the candle lifted armslcngth uJitlsprlesU said Drl astie the light with thumb and fin gerr nffeoln f set here n th straw Jul 4ol hen BUe up m thinker n seter gels One b thejn kind bee t keep is mouth abet er he cant never dew no thlnkla Bymby likes etf not 1 11 have sutkla tyetU mount t sutkinV rSW lay back on the straw in Silence I did rUiof thinking thatibrpught me little hope Thoughts of and Louise soon led ae out of ftriikm After Ja iittleflme Iweit pinaHtteflag W the of tUbrol1e with the two cqiparaWe young ladles I would Vii ijtJj wi f ft iJ ii w 11 Jt o i1 i1rz 7 t jl llngly have stood for another bullet K cpuld hive had another month of IthoA guard came in with water and a pot of stewed beef and potatoes Thet air s nil right sal Dri dipping into It with a spoon We ate with a fine relish the guard sullen silent man with1 a rough voice that catac out of a bristling mustache standing by the door Luk ahere caid Drl tothe guard- as fie finished eating I want t ast you a question Et you bed a puny com ftable hum on t other side A tew Ihcusan dollars n the bank n Ktwses n evrythlng fixed fcr a good time V uv a sudden ye found yereclf n sech a goldum dungeon es this here what ud you dew The guard was fixing the wick of his candle and made no answer Want ye f think It all over said DrI See ef ye cant think o sutbln Roothln t say God knows we need It The guard went away without answering Got him thlnkin sa2d Dri as he lighted the candle lie can help us some mebbe Would oft wonder ef he was good et clphorlnV If he offered to tithe two thousand I dont see how we d give it to him said I lie would nt takn our promise for it Thet alnagoln f bother us any said Drl Hed thet all flggered out long ago He gave me the candle and lay down holding his car close to the stone floor and listening Three tins he shifted his ear from one point to another Then he beckoned to me Jest hoi yer ear there n listen he whispered- I gave him the candle and with my ear to tho floor I could hear the flow of water below us ThE sound went away In the distance and then out of bearing After a while it came again What does It mean I asked Ciphcrin a leetle over thet air said he as he made a long scratch on the floor with his flint Then he rubbed his chin looking down at It Haln jest eggjicly med up my mind ylt1 addedWe out the light and lay back whispering Then presently we heard the coming of footsteps Two men came to the door with a candle ono being the guard we knew Come young fellow said the lat ter as he unlocked the door and beck oned to me they want you upstairs We both get to our feet Not you he growled waving Drt back Not ready fcr you yet He laid hold ct my elbow and snapped a shackle oft my wrist Then they led me out closing tho door with a bang that echoed in tbe fr reaches of the dark alley and tied a tick cloth over my eyes Good luck Drl cried eel as they took me away wFpr both I answered as clieerfully as I could They led me through winding pas sages and iron doors with that horrible clank of the prison latch and up flights of stone till I felt as lost as one might who falls whirling in the air from a great height We soon came out upon a walk of gravel where I could feel the sweet air blowing Intq myface A few minutes more ando halted where the guard who bJvilHild of my elbow rang n bell As the door swung open they led ine In upon A Eqft carpet Through the cloth I could see a light Bring him In Tiring him InU a voice commanded Impatiently a deep cnie4oanind of which I have not yet forgoterr BW r1Iafraid of it His lnd trembled as h ledtme on v Take off the blindfold said that voice again As it fell away I found myself In a large and beautiful room My eyes were dazzled by the light of many candles and for a little Ihad to close them I stood before two men One sat facing ine at a black table of carved oaka man of middle age in the uniform of a British general Stout and handsome with brown eyes dark hair and mustache now half white and nose aquiline by the least turn be im pressed me as ha7e few men that0 ever grossed my path A young man sat lounging easily in a big chair beside him his legs crossed his delicate fingers teasing a thin mustache I no ticed that his hands were slim and hairy Ho glanced up at me as soon as I could bear the light Then he sat looking idly at the carpet The bilence of the room was broken only by the scratch of a quill in the hand of the general I glanced about me On the wall was a large painting that held my eye I saw presently It was that of the officer I had fought In the woods the one who fell beforo me I turned my head the young man was looking up at me A fine set of teeth showed between them Do you know him t he asked coolly tot have not the honor was my reply What is your name the general demanded In the deep tone I had heard before- ipardon me said the young man quietly as If he were now weary of th matter I do not think it neces sary There was a bit of silence The general looked thoughtfully at the young man If your lordship will let me he went on My dear SlrUho other Interrupted In the same weary and lethargic manner I can get more reliable knowledge from other sources Let the fellow go back That will do said tie general to the gaurd who then covered my eyes and led me back to prison Lying there In the dark I told Drl all I knew of my mysterious journey My account ofthtij young man roused him to the soul t Wha kind uva nose bed bet he Inquired Roman I said Bent in at the pint a leotle Yes And black hair shingled short Yes An tall an a kind uv a nasty snookln mlsablelodkin cuss Just aboutithVlook of hlmIsald Judas Priest lie s one o theni sacks et tuk nie when you was fightln t other feller over there n the woods Looke rather bad for us I re Lev a ruther squeaky luk tew It said he All we got t dew Is keep breathinV jest as natral i n MarloolttHI Ctoceness 1 Miss LtveI iont see vjiy yo- uoatike Mr Spooner He T FatherWell for ono thlat heV too close 5plsfatber were you mean enough tospy bn us last evening In tho par r T tyv Phiiadelphia Publl Ledger t t t rt i 7 i rI LJ t SVy t i iI fABRAHAM AND NOAH OUR SERMON STORY by the Highway and Byway Prtaeher A Vision Between the Lines ot i Ocas Inspired Word ICcpjrlgbt bj J Edion Scripture Authority And Noah lived after the flood three hundred and 1I- 1earlGen 918 TRANGE would It not have been If Abraham had not known Noah for the latter lived 58 years after Abraham was born In UroftheChaldecs Strange would It not have been If the man who knew God who had heard Him speak who had obeyed Him and been miraculously delivered from death should have not become the teacher of the man who longed to know Cod and who was to the become the father of Gods chosen pro lellCOften have we heard of the strankeSleadings which have brought er after God and the teacher of God together ar Paul had such wonderful ex pericnce as he went Into Damascus blind and found Ananias who should speak the words to restore his sightinCornelius seeking after the Caesarea had the vision and sent the- omessengers that brought Peter from Joppa to be his Instructor And so It has always been God does not leave man tdJrope about in darkness alone but sends tho light and the teacher of Ihe truth And so It was with Abra ham In tie of the Chaldees where idols try was rife and where Terah the father of Abraham was given to the worship of the false gods it could not be expected that Abraham would find the light which he sought He musthbe driven forth and In the Abrahams Awakening we have suggested how this crisis In his life may- a of have come The crisis came at the point of loyalty to the highest and best light which he possessed and It Is here that the crisis always comes H And Abraham lied from TJr and though he knew not whither he weht Providence directed his footsteps aas God will always do for those who seek Him Fobtsore and weary on the affrr noon of the third day since he had left Ur Abraham threw himself dftwn at In jrewbcd along the path which flirted the as Euphrates fearing to strike off over the wide stretches of sand that ex he tended oft in the distance away frimhthe refreshing waterr The scant visions which he had taken with him had been supplemented with the fruit of the palms and other trees that grew ed luxuriant along the rivers aides but now as Le partook of his last cakes he wotviered what he would do for his next meal he wondered how fair he had come in the three days of his wan dering an dhOW much farther he would have to go to find a safe refuge fl He wopdered what he was gole- do and what was gojng to becon lira Ah how In the dark hou8t1ii1 uncertainty the myriad questions rise specterlike before ones mind y If Abraham lad known bow to bray IffgedIknewhow they called on the gods In ibutdressing the true but unseen God Ah If Abraham had only knowji It the attitude and longing of his heart to know the God of Whom he wa as yet ignorant and yet of Whom ho had a vague consciousness was real pray GodIasphatlonandIHim And God saw and understood But Abraham as he sat there weary and discouraged knew it not All seemed hopeless Suddenly he started and lifted his head from the folds of his tunic Didahe hear his name spoken Imposlble But jas he listened again came the sound and realizing now that he was g not mistaken he sprang to his feet or and started In the direction of the voiceAAb here you are spoke the voice hbushestIAstonishmented Abraham speechless and all he to hbadtthimname and discover that he was there hthe111IFoi me Abraham managed al laststo exclaim and yet his amazement was c1tocame to his heart as he realized that of s1blsto help him thstranger tiearthNoah and to asayingleadeth down to Ur of the Chaldees and there you shall find a man namedfAbraham who seeketh Me thou Instruct In the matters1 pertain tp ing to the worship and service of the true God And I am come in obedience tp my masters command Let us hasten for the day Is far spent and we have come distance to go And so saying he turned and walked rapidly down the path and Abraham obediently followed His weariness was gone now and his heart was stirred as he pondered over the words of the messenger Surely this God who had spoken to Noahand told him yetiIhe longed to know Thus deep In thought Abraham silently followed his- When to Be DogmatImThereare not two sides to every queE thatIlhep Campbell Morgan writing In A Mes sake to New Converts liaya of this Have one policy with regard to the or deviL Dont argue wth him hit him It you begin to parley he Is consider ably older than you are his experience Is very varied he will win Any other Ill advice is from the pastlDaster IP argu tI v J t KSltJtol if iJ i j 1 1 F r Jri it = qSc f i companion and as tho evening shadows were deepening into the darkness or the night they reached their destina tion The Sound of their footsteps an nounced their coming and before they had reached the door it was flung open and before them stood the great gnr zled graybearded form of Noah bid ding them welcome Abraham never forgot that meeting and he never ceased to find comfort and joy In the thought of the wonder til providences of God which ha brought him Into fellowship with th aged servant of God The days which followed wove wonderful days of priv liege and opportunity for Abraham Think of what it must have been to have sat at the feet of that brave faithful servant of God Noah To have heard from his ups the wonderful story of the creation as Noah himself had heard from the lips of Methuselah To have hearth of Gods wonderful dealings with man of their wanderings from Him and of His faithfulness and patience towards them of Enochs translation of the building of the ark and of the miraculous preservation therein of Noah and his family and of all the events as known to Noah since the repeopllng of the earth It Is all a wonderful story as we read brief and concise account which God has given us but what a privi ge It must have been to have heard all from the lips of a living witness ome day In the other land when wee gathered home and meet the paIn archs of old such may be our privi legeAbraham whose heart had yearned know the true God bad that long g satisfied and thus the closing years of Noahs life found their glori us and crowning mission in instruct ing the father of the Hebrew race and Abraham as he abode with Noah re joiced that God had counted hint worthy of such honor and privilege And Noahs mission ended and his work completed God look him while Abraham prepared for the mission which he was yet to fulfill turned his thoughts homeward and thither he went shortly after Noahs death As he journeyed his thoughts ran ack over tne few short years sine o had left Ur and rhat contrast were presented He went out Ignorant God and cane back with the joy nd hope of His acquaintance Ho went forth a friendless fugitive ho was returning as the friend of God e had gone forth knowing no guid ing h ihd he was coming back because the Land of God was consciously lead Ins him Surely the years of se clusion and retirement with Noah were well and profitably spent But what of Terah his father and the others whom he had left behind Ur How had It fared with them Such questions had come to him re peatedly during his absence and now Abraham entered the city and ncared his old homo he wondered what would find Would they blame him going Would they be glad to see im As an answer to the last questioning thought the door of the house open and his father stepped forth and at the sight of him he sprang forward with a glad and startled cry which alarmed those within and soon Abra ham was the center of an animated and joyful group Until Abraham had gone they had not realized how much they looked up to and loved him and large a place he had filled In his earnest thoughtful way in the oliIe p But Abraham it will not do for ou to remain In the cIty exclaimed Terah after the first surprise and ex citement caused by Abrahams tur- nbaOIlSSttttCa prl cfi4heaBB 011 are back I fear It will go with ou tor we have felt hilt displeasure nd the displeasure of the king and have suffered much at their handi the father continued In consternation Father the true God Whom I have come to know and serve sincn leaving you will protect me and thee and bring us put In safetrI feel sure Abraham responded quietly During this conversation Sarah whe since her father Harans deatbbad made her home with her grandfather had been listening Intently and upon er face there played the mingled emo ions of anxiety and fear and love and hope as she thought ot the peril of Abraham and reaching out her hand nd placing it appealingly upon the rm of her giandt her she said May we not leave tjils place and- o where we need not fear tbe priest king A glad light sprang to the face ot- braham for he had returned with the hope strong within his breast that e might bring his father to leave the- orrupt city with its Idolatrous prac ces and the thought that this fair nd beautiful woman would be glad go with them stirred Abrahams eart with a new joy t Would you be willing to leave all luxury and ease of this city little ne asked Abraham fondly And by way of answer she drooped er preUT head and a radiant flush- uffused her face as she realized she had unwittingly revealed her for she had long loved her handsome uncle and admired his noble and sterling worth And his- houghts toward her had been those deepest affection which had trengthened during the years of his e And so it came to pass that during Terabst1journeyAnd sonssonis son Abrahams wife and they went- torthwHh them from Ur of the Chaldees go Into the land of Canaan and they came unto Haran and dwelt there An Apt Definition When George Whltefleld was at his InEngandthatvWhltefieId was the founder of anew religion A new religion sir exclaimed a hearerYes said tte baronet whatelse do you call it- Nothing rejoined the other but the old religion revived with energy and heated as If tho minister really meant what htsaid P entbimself and Is not to be listened toS S Times i Finding God tjwe cannot find God In your house and mine upon the roadside or the margin of the sea In the bursting seed opening flower In the day duty and the night musing I do not think we should discern Him any more on the grass of Eden or beneath the moon ght of Gethseraane James Mar nCau p rfIi LL J = 4 I JiT 1 rv t l4 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS THE BABY POISONER It Is Feared the Colored Woman May Se Lynched Paducah Ky March 28trs Mary nrockwell whose three children aged 3 4 and 5 years died from poisoning under suspicious circumstances broke t down and confessed that she kilted them by giving them morphine and coal oil The woman said that her husband was In an asylum and she could not support the children She also said that George Alberton promised to marry her if she got rid of the children Alberton was arrested as on accessory Mrs Brockwell is now trying to claim she remembers little about the poisoning She says privation desti lotion and suffering during the cold months have made her crazy She Is a native of Symsonla Graves county and while attractivelooking Is of In fcrior intelligence Paducah Ky March 31The police arc losing faith In Mrs Mary Brock well the confessed murderess of three of her children In the latest state ment she says Jerry Tubbs a cousin of George Albritton also persuaded her to poison her children WILL PLEAD SELFDEFENSE Fitzhugh Renfrbw Shot and Killed By Hiram Powers Owcnsboro Ky April 1 Fitzhugh Rcnfrow a wealthy merchant of Nar rows Ohio county was shot to death by Hiram Powers a sawmill man there had been ill feeling between the men since the dissolution of partner ship several years ago The last trouble was over damage toa fence from fire it IP alleged Powers was drink inJ He advanced on Renfrow who retreated Later he attempted to pickup a brick when Powers fired Five shots were fired into the mans body He died in ten minutes Powers was arrested and taken to Hartford He will plead selfdefense THE HUNT PROPERTY Steps Have Been Made To Take It Over By the State Frankfort Ky March 31The state capltol commission heard the report of Attorney General Hays on his ex amination of the title of the Hunt site property selected for the new capitol building and took steps to take over the property for the state The com mission will meet again about April- next when Architect Andrews will present his addlUonalSrawlngs of the building and the commlssfon will ar range to advertise for bidV for the work of construction The commis sioners hope to have the contracts awardcd not later than May 15 next THE JAIL BURNED Two Prisoners Died In Terrible Agony i 6wensboro Ky AprIl1Wm Givens a miner and Dr John Hae of Roseville Hancock county were arrested ThurBday nlght t Dark on the charge of drunkenness and placed jai at Deanefield Ohio county 20 miles from here Atl oclock Satur day morning the Jail was discovered to be in flames When the door was broken ape n the hirned bjodles of both men were found on tB e florLiewin extinct They had died In terri ble agony In endeavoring to escape from Jail Tax Collectors Enjoined Paducah Ky March 31 Attorney J M Worten owner of pr6pcrty In two city additions filed suit against the city of Paducah the mayor and other officials enjoining them from col lecting any taxes on his property for 1904 on the grounds that the recently made tax levy Is Invalid Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky March 31Elght hundred and two hhds of burley were offered on the tobacco breaks prices ranging from 395 to 1650 One hundred and thirtyseven hhds Of dark were offered at prices ranging from 340 to 640 The market was more satisfactory than tho previous day Capt Boss Expires Covlngton Ky April ICapt A F Boss one of the oldest pioneer citi zens of Northern Kentucky and wide ly known river man died at his late home at Demoesvllle Ky aged 95 Deceased came to Boone county Ky In 1815 and when 15 years of age entered Into the river business Sponsor For Confederate Reunion Georgetown iKy April 1Miss An nie Askew has been chosen sponsor of the George W Johnson camp of this city at the reunion of the UnitedCon federate Veterans association at Lour isvllle Juno 15 and 16Sl1el the daughter of Judge James F Askew Spotty Wing Escapes Etldyvllle Ky MarcV30rJpotty AVIng notorious Cincinnati crook has escaped from the penitentiary by scal ing the Walls He was serving a 16 years sentence for cracking a safe In Livingston county a few years ago A big reward is offered Murder Case Continued ML Sterling Ky AprlllTbe trial of Mrs McGraw who is charged with murder In Menefee county was con tinued Mrs McGraw is accused of poisoning two women by putting ar senic in their coffee Struck With a Poker Louisville Ky March 31 Samuel Roberts who lives with his brotherln lawF B McDonald cainehome and shot through the door He attempted to shoot his brotherinlaw who it Is alleged hit him over the head with a poker and fractured his skull To Have More Turnpikes Harrodsburg Ky March 31The Mercer county fiscal court has appro priated about 10000 for the purpor f building four new turnpikes In the ounty The county levy for 1905 was educed from 60 cents to 50 cents JumpedFrom the Bridge Cincinnati March 29Aman supposed to beJ D Stevens of Cincin nati committed suicide by Jumpln from the suspension bridge Into tb Ohio river He left a note sayln that he was penniless and unable to work Blow His Brains Out Coshocton O March 29SamueF Wilhelm 50 committed suicide he by shooting himself through the hear He had pending In the supreme court a suit for 5000 iisnst the Pennsyl vania Ratlwayv for Injuries ltt4Li fl i v BAIL WAS REFUSED Judge Parker Will Investigate Breath Itt County Condition Lexington Ky March 28Judge James Hargls Elbcrt Hargis and Sheriff Ed Callahan of Breathitt coun y were remanded to Jail by Judge Watts Parker without bail pending their trial for the murder of James Cockrill Alex H Hargis was admit ted to ball In the sum of 15000 Judge Parker delivered a lengthy oral opinion on the conditions existing in Breathitt county He said he thought tt was a matter for the state to inves tigate thoroughly and to that end will devote much time of this court to the Investigation In delivering the opinion he said that while the proof against lex Hargls was very strong in some parts the fact that he was not in Jackson the day of the shooting and had not been there for several days prior thereto was sufficient to convince him that Alex Hargis had no knowledge that the crime was to be committed at that lime Senator A G Hargis was re pItI on atbond of 15000 signed by Gus Straus Joe Sham E F Vanderen and John JfJood returned to blshom in Winchester THE CONTEMM CASES Subpoehaes Scrved orv fame Hargtn and Ed CitlfifiSn Lexington Ky April 1Judge Ben ton of the Clark circuit court at Winchester served subpoenaes on James Hargis and Ed Callahan in jail here on the charge of murdering cock nil the Winchester case in contcmvt of court proceedings against B F French at al In which Hargls and cat lahan arc defendants The contempt charge Is in spiriting away More Felt nor Sam Fields and Ruck Cotton dur Inc the recent arcum damage suit Jn Winchester The Jailer here has not yet been or tIered to surrender the prisoners It may qntall another clash of the court as this court is said to bo unwllllhg to let them go TOM WHITE It Is Persistently Rumored He Hat Mado a COttfetslon- f j Lexington KM8rch 31ILls per sistently rumored that Tom White now fti the CbvIngtorJJall under aife sentence for the murder of Jim Code rill for complicity in which offense the Harris brothers and Sheriff Ed Callahan are under Indictment In this county has made a confession which the prosecution has been relying upon to supply the missing link in the chain said to be necessary to implicate the four prisoners here rumor has It that the confession has either been made pr will be made to Attorney B Jouetfof WJnche ter Suits Against Oil Companies Owensboro Ky April 1be coin monwcalths attorney flied 66 suits against the Standard Oil Co and the Evansvlllc OH Co 6fr aganst the for mer and six against the latter A thousand dollars Is asked In each pe tition for failure to have retail license to sell ois It other counties of the state Indictments have been re turned Newport Ky March 31 Cblct ot POlice Deputy receive a telegram from the authorities of Cleveland OU stating that Frank Grosgheim 20 had been killed by a train there No details were given Grossheipis par ents reside near the corner ot Tenth and Patterson streets Bought Sheet Mill Ashland Kjr March 80bo Ash land Iron and Co has closed e deal with the Ashland Sheet Mill Co by which the former secured cos rol cit the Clatters local holdings he sheet mill employs 300 men and Will be put in operation at once Killed Hli Wife Covington Ky March 30 While bending over a washtub Mrs Nanne Russell 37 was stabbed to death by her husband James Russell at thclr home In Madison pike in Latonla Ky He made his escape He had just been released from jail Child Killed By a Train Lexington Ky April lAU the threeyearold daughter of Landgay Obahyon was run down and killed oy a train near this city while trying to cross the tracks Her bpdy was ground to pieces MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 1 CATTLE Common 3 00 4 40 Heavy steers 5 15 9 6 50 CALVES Extra t 25 HOGS Ch packers 5 45 t 5 55 Miked packers 35 5 3HEEB Extra i e JliAMBSrExtra 7 75 FLOUR Sprlnjr pit 6 6 30 WHEAT No 2 red 1 10 CORN No 2 mixed 45I No 2 white H 49 OATS No 2 mixed S 32 RYE No 2 S 88 HAY Ch timothy 12 50 PORK Clear mess H 15 LARD Steam 7 00 BUTTER Ch dairy 18 20 Choice creamery W 31 APPLES Choice 2 25 8 2 POTATOES Per bbl 1 25 135 TOBACCO New 5 00 Ei13 00 Old 4 50 lf 75 Chicago FTOUR Winter oat 5 in 9i 5 2fl WHEAT No 2 red 1 i3VtD 1 15s No 3 red 1 00 fi 1 10 CORN Np 2 mixed 47 47 4 OATS No 2 mixed 29 RYE No 2 78V PORK Mess 12 65 012 70 LARD Steam 700 7 02 New YorK FLOUR Win struts 5 15 5 25 WHEAT No 2 red 1 15 fcORN No 2 mixed f 53 OATS No 2 mixed 35C RYB Western t SO PORK Family 1323 01350 LARD Steam i 730 Baltimore CATTLE Steers 3 50 4 0- 0SHEEFNa I fat 3 00 8 B- OJiAMBS Spring C 7 00 HOGS Diessed f 650 Louiivlilt- AVHEAT No 2 red 0 1 CORN No 3 mixed 53 OATS No 2 mixed 3SIS CORN No 2 mixed 48Vi OATS No 2 mixed 0 34 f liic nPOll WtfEAT No 2 veil 11O tORN No 2 mixed fif 4834 QTy mixed 0 31 4J r QI rt r s r4 t 9Accumulated Prewar Fond Papa Katie you certainly im proved wonderfully at hoarding school and there Is one custom there Ivery much wish you would continue here In your home Mjss Kalherlne What Is that dad die Fond Parent The silent hour Miss Kalherlne But it dont work j dad i spent that hourthinking up 4r things 1o talk about when It Is ovcY t CiricinnatlComrner ialTrlbune The Original Package The supreme court of the United i States has decided that t t steers hide la the original package Who Owns the S llroad F H1 T Newcomb of the District of Columbia Bar has compiled statistics showing that 5174718 depositors in 7savings banks of six eastern states are directly Interested In the Joint owner ship of 442354086 of steam railroad 3securities that Insurance companies 7 doing business in Massachusetts hold j845889038 of steam railroad stocks and bonds and 74 educational Institu tions depend on 47468327 Invested In similar securities for a poction of I their income Other fiduciary instttn lions own enough railroad securities to bring such holdings np to more than a billion and a halt dollars about one sixth of the entire capital Invested la railrbad property These Investments repreMjnt the savings of the masses there Being twenty million holders of f life Insurrnce policies In the country asniay more of fire Insurance poll cI itaid an even greater number of t depositors in banking and trust instl where investments are large ly In railroad securities The pessimist thinks the world it worse than it really is and the optimut thinks it is better end both are wrong N Y Times Very XoVHomeseekersr Kates to the Southeast April 4 to 18 On the first and third Tuesdays in April tickets will be nn ioleattinusually low rates from Chicago Cairo Paducah EvaMvUle- Lonisyind and Cincinnati to many points on the Ndibvltlo Chattanooga 3tLouis v Railway In Tennessee North Alabama and Georgia Limit 21 lowl on N C St L Railway going anti returning A splendid opportunity to make a pros further Information write thWLDAiLEY1UPANCStLRailway Nashville Tcnn L Those who boast touch of their ancestry are not peeping up the average of pos terity The Commoner S v Edelitein TIL Pusliocka Kuro helped me and Iam better now than I been for a long time Mrs K Hekel Parfo Ark We are very well pleasedWtf Push ecki Knro and together with others who were cured by join in praising its merits We only regret all the money we sient without results until we used this remedy MM Mare Klager S tA man usually estimate his valui ae cording to the scale of his own making Philadelphia Bulletin t THE STRAIN OF WORK Beat of Icto6iv Omt UwUetht 1T Iel Dali ToILiLieutenant George O yarreri of NoL 3 Cbemblai Washington D C says Ifa aa bsaeet fact that Dons EM t r ney Pills did me great lot of good rfSRBd if it were sot true I woald iot recommend them j t It w s Ue bLthlI of lifting that brought oakidney trouble nd weak ened ray back bat since uineDoaBs Kidney Pills I have11iied1Opcuads 3sI feltnobad tiffCti 1havenOtfe1t Ihad Mffered for five orslrjer and other remedies had not helped Beat Z tit1 t t For sale fey ill dealer PrIe cenlaiFostpSMnburn CofBulfaIoiKYi iThhB- aijJsa UIflswds I a5kott2rItsaaV15tiRAIlD Slicker 1 WiacestwuS sdawiMsm wbIe5y a eels sear w5 Is miasS mdacavstwihtWwletIbse1w say that I at oftsa csce out oaut akkaa NMul siilkis thati ever swaid Tbss 4 adi t Ift wTItiif i sUdl4kUT7bMssaafl5I4 Wrt WcttherOtrtnentsfor R14tecW lag Working ar lpcntm INIIST HFA1II1N4 jlTOWEK COV asscTiA TOWKXCANADUH CLhw1ted csIU das I EXCURSIONS TOTHC FREE NAMTLbS sfWESTEN CMIAIA Duilni the months of March xnd April tkenr will ncursIas ontW various Uses of tall way to th Canadian West Handsels of thousand prthe bertWaeat and St CrazIngLaudon the Continent free to the settler Adjoining lands maybe purchse4 frWay and Und companies at reaoaablei pricaf For Inforrijstioe is to route cost of traospbrL lion etc apply to ScrbaixTEjtr T ovXua s i ATjox Ottawa Canada or fo I It M Wlit1 Lair BJd Toledo O5iaAvoFrlMd Caoaillan aoTerBOMat Aitat SNTIEUCONIITIN 13 10SSIIUITIEI In part t Stat tas there been such wonderful Commercial Jadvstriat aad AKticiilturtl development as along the Iiae el the Illinois Ccatnland the Yaxoo MlsM ip d Valley KaUrotdiia the States of TenaeMn uid Umlxiua within the past Wa rears ChIc and towns have doubled hair rep ulntion Splendid buslneM blocks save bees erected F rm lands have more thaa donfeMd in wlue Hundreds of Indostrles have beets e tabli hed and asaresuit then Is ao uapnc dented demand for My UfeWMVi SkWll Wwm- 1adsspiaflyFarMT Is- IsrtIegith mail cspIti1seekIsgznOp Unity tovurchaie would to ieat for aouple of yearbulor purchasing sail day field arfactfr address a postal card to aIerryAstGencrslPaseugerAgentDubiiqse Iowa who promptly prlntedmat4er f enneernios the abore a 4 five specific repliesito all inquiries V kSlaitdWOIEN WAIEtJermeasos Fable peril SeiUn good diesel sea cmr Nt5 MOZT M45t LIhrt OASII L AGLNTS I4AKZ 1G 1QfLTaffitory PIUIPtII Ii senta Dow work a Eseebitbed 35 years spIaiHIjh5 bank mfteacss Wr1t M ticular d krtItor ZET 4VerTZACQDptZQt sLThIWTIw KIIthI 5wII szuasiaiitsrsetu Lii caaottbttgw 1u jj k aI4flaVws Qetcaiet 000dpra5t WIttSIVU PATENTS thiebsitkWsiasmwuLL p g ir1u1UPEii 4b ff b d t J 1r t GREAT MEDICINE 5st P i BBINGS HEALTH TO THEEE MEMo r DEnS OF SAME FAMILY 4 t r Ii 1 Cure a Wife Debility After Malaria Hatband Illinumatlsm a Daughters J Nervnui Prostration 1J V I hao recommended Dr Williams Pink Pills to many people said Mrs Gossett because I Lavo seen ancli good t 1 tLI1IoEftcrt1rnerIhtIRLn1yoyzIa UGdoubt about their Ilicrits WOllobot need to take anybodys word on the sub ject for our own experience has taught ua how well they descrvo praise i thatt I r Pills and bought my first box I was at It that time nil run down weak nervous 4 nqd without nmbitiou I had doc tOting alt summer for malaria and i stomach trouble Everybody tbanght I i was going into consumption as my motherhad died of that disease li Thanks to Dr Williams Pink Pills 1 I am now alivo and hearty I began to 4lwprov as soon itsl bc nn totoko them nltaken tlircoboxoslwasn well woman1 Everyone wonders hoI forfYhomei Dr Williams Piuk Th11SCXI11t1ItitTII My oldest girls when she wasabout fourteen Sh was nervous complained of sharp pains in hit hgpd would get deathly sick ani I 3uvot41eavo the schoolroom to got i 4 Sf to Ignve sojno pills to her JtS4etookonlY nfew boxes utthercured r aud caused to develo soII I husband took them for rheumatism end und that they wonhi cure thatloo rti t fi yOUEeOWehavoah1gotgreatgOOdfrO2 a Slug them and that iswhy we recom I gr1iMp IThrichKvillc Tnscarawas Co Ohio and isrwell known she has resided iu the t same nqighborhood for more than thir teen years Her story shows that n medicine which makes the blood sound aand the nerves strong overcomes tt Tan cty of diseases and should be found Ii3th i every honsehoM DrWilliamsPinkPilli Pre old b all drnggists everyvhere i Tlujybnve cured RH emla and nil form I edlcases of dyspepsia and rheumatism Tey aro fndis ensable for srowingklrll izta tuSee man i 14 olJlmmiti 0 nt i C Cuba and the other in his dwnstate 90thllm1hat fellow must have n to 4 J n Havana tiller sail a j 4 Cpnnectlcut wrapperrYonkers SUtw roan f The Substitute USif Mrs DuffyXo but he writes me the I Smost beautiful checkDetroit Free Prw4 tJ S bSS Unfotunatelythcre are men in this t i wprld rho CQmplain bitterl at hant f to pay cents a gallon for kIr08CnI r s but do seem to be perfectly willing to I iI lb Pt li pWobe1t I f tt t l Stop Suffering Like Th aUI L Why dontou user r ridb well It pflIIrCIy CUt Rbet6 tHl riiin e diaiuse S aMtion Catarrh andIIn Blood and t yine Diseases Thi in heat Remed rtr Offered to the publitino oilier ilk rI x It CUres when ebe liii f tfllUed Most Drunlsts keep It rie U t nr for price tii any lId fCtI b Dr 1uhek Chicago i 1 j piLITTLETOO riSt 4IpaIl Mies Wa Somewhat in r A- dyeeftheNecscaryR l fBrt cn pheJJl IO es the etre r f t rln takes nrefou6d disosyS i 8 M bemooestabfquiet 1Vitfpe ol chiW w apt to turn out i r u Bd than the clever tau b 1te pre kNlCtjpeh 1 to hiive i 5 hrea4er B TbetalklltlveJ jelII b J i rFery partlubould hritata to 1flICh1fOt e futureoCfo li qeuug a oJr as one in Qutnc r 1 SiAuM that IbeantotlftfttweekYr 15hi Q i AdaII childa little sir I S seven or rcari stood one Jar t bforea f cloeedgate- a+ tI Jt A an inrrt Th sitop ror 4S 1S r is fvjTbe gentleman didyao Then he r said e t t JV Whybiiiion1dritouJ Wvt te foryouraejfar li Jrt ak1ntsflot drjnJCycti Look at your S Iy4r At Good Start JillJt hJYof deiits y 1oyis hemauiS p t t I J r Im rea sime lI 3 r- r tcIruNLhow to pretounce ItPlulad lt 5ia ltesi i S c r i t H IfmmaR who Joila up may stumble I avVthe mans whbise e 4r always turne t SVjBt Wtlnit eCoIHm4Rer iheiinuct LfIl reJof the t etiJ iI i 1 sb i tCH1troREN AFFECT DV co 3yMrs rood rIjJi1rIf toI f rt I Mamy babies have beet lairsehe AInto1e wItkeeUttloe ji f bydIee tikltlf WeaeI ss 11k Metllera eaanetbo top cara I ttilaa to tlt f Sd they 1aa4w1iheB1 K 1tlielr1IU The experlenceot a a8lllo8 ttmother i acaseI InI l +v oJ i 1 j r wa a great eoee dink from g tit i 3 t eIW ilM thoughC I could sot eat eal hoatit But I foawl aidlast walg e kirm For- Is Jz I4 bien trotzblei with dIzzIneao 1 A b fcM Imy eyea aad pain in t7Mz- a t t y ii whkwaaa4eLtwO3earB ago t S4r4c eur Moch The biby waa 1 r t4t LJK andaimoet leo a ifi7 1a gltitoo 8il1fet84tro B Itotin y et r gSi we eapetfaaoetn yaiReand ske o iW7a J li coee that coffee aid tI 9 t make g nlt9 Ibave since ucer ee4 thatltia1ly drise JtJieiIt4 S8I iii 9aJM tried tea and Pi f tlaefocos tkeydd not ag eeJ j flth ifle ThWil tHTiisd to PoBtum Cpf atfdhII 4a4 iayseflMlt itd lncr edt11e Jiow 1 1Jl MyhbaBd thea quit 7 ud1isePoum uIck1 ot I rr 1i A of JlY iJHWila with which he t t I bad betrOtft1ed I BO longer uf rl l pr trtheo diulness DItBdSpe I1c Ii esy b art orjoutste ajs t has cured bem New we all dr1akPostutn from i ay Y i i its my eevemoatbairotf 4 jfkjw proved rHk we have ever juwfl We wouW i5t irit TeBP POM1I f the bt ff4t we cyst ilralJkt 4aBlecirnJ 1wtOp1IattiICr c sH l s ttItrk Tbe oa4 to jti ifir t l f i iJ r j f 1 c f tfrr Jif J t rJo d14 4 x f iJoltIb J F t It iI t JPt J3s iI r I 4 9 1iti JY t IJ t r f 1 t f I01 tI It I rI7 ri tr 1 r rt 11 j7r r 1 N goESOVER THE WORLD Happenings of Interest Gathered and Condensed For the Busy Reader PROGRESS OF THE RUSSOJAP WAR What js Transpiring at the Capital ceofciting Events Occurring InloForeign Countries RUSSIANJAPANESE WAR ITEMS ca hapturedalready arrived in JapananJajopaneseMukden and Tie Pass place the number at 57000 Officially tho Russian authorities continuo to deny stoutly that Russia Japanhlsi only made known the negative conditions ttheseIre JjThothe London Times telegraphs that bo has loarued from unimpeachable urces that President Roosevelt has been selected as mediator between negotiationsiiJrptwo countries The dispatch states that negotiations are already In pro ess of hostilities Is ortly expectedthMISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMSat dynamiterbelleesaf treto the bottom of the sea in Havana harbor Commander Miss Eva Booth prcsld at the celebration of the 25th an nivcrsary of the establishment of h Sa ai liCathtg1e larnedJ A Trmourappearon 15000 hailMth Iaem 51anitedthat republic and settle the claims of fgThetral bituminous District of Pennsyva nla after belngin conference almost continuously for two weeks endear iItow blVlethe white house tobljr the president obdbye He left for Philadelphia and thence wIlJ O to Indianapolis lie jisitcment that no evidence had been adduced to show that any per JQt wacrlafiahly IIabJ forJjq fJorlon In the RfcB Orpver Cos shoe actor Bro kton iMas8 which caused the death of iVe 68 employes was made Seandl8fPariagatofJiliBrVlHtt da Frjt of Jilitown i f Yy dropped deiJv The wed ng was to have bet celebrated a laThepoint Theodore P Shouts president of the cloirLeaf railroad s chalS man of the reoign1zed canal commls on provided he ilIceptth iniJma caiai counistun Was taken wheri In compliance vltli Instructions hernpresident Secretary Taft reo quested the members of the commls ontc tender their rcJgpat1onRu pispatchcs from St Petersburg re pbru Several arrests of promlBCnt ter rorists belonging to tle Inner c bomb cetldqlOne of the wea y two are women tTheed a resolution looking o municipal q tracksjudgedistricucouit at St Paul In a decision b nandedIn 0iliangovernment conttpl even though the tlil has passed from Ihe government t bree men were killed outright and bnotherfew hours later by a a explosion at the Scnagbtlqoke powder mills near myN Gov Lanham received horn the war department Washington four battle scarred Texas confederate flags which ere captureu by union soldiers dur ilJgthe civil war j nesecretaryof the interior hns ordered thjC withdrawal from entrror 6 o6flO acres of In Oregon and 90000 acres lii Washing onvpnacc6unt of tho Umatlilig Irrigation project The supreme court of Michigan de thephraJtution does not precise the use of oUng machines The Illinois senate committee pit rnllroads reportdd for passase a bill to compel railroads to equip cars with automatic couplers and continuous brakes iaarIocomotivci with driving cw heel bra QS The president Issued a prbclama tlon Inviting the nations of the earth tft be represented by their military or aiqns am naval vessels at the icelebratlpn to be helifJa the vicinity pf Jamestown Va from May 13 Novemberri1 Lii 907 CfcCoVrMiclJeV of Nebraska sent to th ehsveto of the McMuUen bJlliQrtharreguIatlop of the practice o e thebtaebetter known s the antlChrstlaB Defence bill jtThe Kansas City Mo policy board issued an order effective April 2 for tha closing of all saloons on Sundays Jiereafter The house committee on ear jlQ ratibhs voted a bill which provides thatsfteplttg car companies shall only charg 50 cents per 100 Irailea for a lower berth and 35 cents per 100 miles for upper berths lsiaDIseUth banker died at his home In New York aged 92 years Mr Isefinv was the founder of the banking thof AIeJJnICoN iw York Gov Pardee las approved the bllj pasted by the ftst legislature fixing a flat tax pt ld ajear on all corpora tloar foreign aiil domestic Jolxig LubLt JtCaltrraIa 7 1ii g j i L Ji i 4 i r1TT The Italian ambassador Is moving to Interest the American vernmt t In the International agrl cultural congress to be held at Rome In the near future under the special patronage of Italy President Roosevelt told a number of senatorstnd members of congress th to call the estraor di nary session of congress for the con sideration of railroad rate legislation nl daTheCongregational board of foreign missions will not finally act on the gift ot John D Rockefeller or 100000 for th to Tnto continue the protest against Its ac ptancehea an shark bill was ordered to third rending by the upper house of the IU1 nols legislature cllyhandorgan Smith Julia Smith his wife d Nan Patterson charging them intly with conspiracy In the Caesar oung murder case The Smiths wore ar 9restedft is reported that Alice Roosevelt ill be wedded to Senator Albert J Bevcrldge the Boy Orator of Indl aria i President Arnal of the hjghcst Ypn- ezuelan court decided that the French itblc Co has forfeited its contract failure to fulfill its terms and dc deiJ against the government in the tion for damages resulting from the companys acts Onaccount of tire Uncompahgre Colorado project the president has Bordered the withdrawal from entry of 5 000t acres of land In the Montrose Jand district Andrew Carnegie has offered the University of North Carolina 150000 r a library provided the friends of e institution raise a similar amount John Young colored was hanged of aAlbatchtramnuf eture of 200 miles of cableawhlchis to be used to connect Valder with Seward Alaska has been com m encedLcruiser Print Friedrich eK arl escorting the Hamburg American ner Hamburg with Emperor Wil am on board collided with the Brit b battleship Prince George in going ongside the New Mole at Gibraltar he Prince George Is leaking and will docked v Erin von Kutzleben who confessed wrecking the Rock Island Rocky ounfain Limited near Homestead on March 21 wasIndicted for mur er In the first degree at Des Moines t By the terms of Mrs Jane L StanD fords will filed for probate left in trust lo Ariel Lathrop am- escendants I of D S Lathrop her brother 100000 In trust to her fll fecest ansoh and the children of Christine OLatbrope Institutions of San Francisco and Jose and the remainder of her estate to the trustees of Leland Star ford Jr university The committee of the Illinois State istorIcal society appointed to ar ngo for the celebration of the semi centennial r f tho LincolnDouglas debates of 18R derided that members Dr the COPUJtC Jn TarQU clUes where thee debates were held should arrange for hi celebration in their respective cities Two feet OrnW fell in the Black Hills It owes the heaviest snowstorm of hf Rt wv A new indictment was returned against Johan Uoch In connection with the charge that he murdered his st wife Mrs Mary WalckerHoch Congressman Theodore B Burton e Uummarizingthe congressional party to the islac j of Santo Domingo said that It was toet rip tat soruc sort of a protectorate was essential to secure tranquility atthe Island and prevent serious com licati ns Wm B Gould of Baltimore wbp as appointed by the president as dep ty collector of customs in Santo Do m Ini formally announced that he has declined the place hasVto trip to the south and west with the president upon ithetorsuffered from troOblc in one of his ears aPolicethe Second district was perhaps fatal ly injured by a bomb which was thrown at him In the street at Lodz The decision of the Venezuelan su preme court canceling the French Car le COB concession was accompanied by a recognition of the principle of Paying an Indemnity for the canceled Interests Michael Nelson a farmer living near the town of Poplar Audubon county Ia killed his two daughters aged 10 and 13 respectively and then committed suicide Dime novels paved James A Logan jrs way to tho penitentiary accord- Ing to the boys confession to Judge Barnes who sentenced him to the Jol- Iet for lifo for the murder iif Mra Delia Tracey In Hyde Park February 26 Mist Agnes Watson daughter of Thomas Watson is In a desperate con dition as the result of an accidental overdose of morphine taken at the home of a Athens Ga where he is visiting Rev Dr Stanley A McKay resigned as president of Shurtleff college a Baptist institution of Alton An American manofwar will be tent to Port Au Prince to protect Am erlcan Interests This determination was arrived at when tne state depart MlnIst1rble Is impending in Haytl Members of the Indianapolis Corn mercial club to the number of 400 assembled at the club rooms for a farewell banquet to John L Griffiths who sails May 5 to assume charge pf his duties as consul at Liverpool Secretary Hitchcock designated WIl- liam H Code of Los Angeles Cat as IndlllnlrrlsaUonA il gan senate providing for old age pen alone The bill Contemplates a pen slon for citizens over 65 years of age who have lived n the state for 20 years William B Maaterson known as Bat Masterson was sworn Inasadeputy United States marshal in New York He was recommended for the appointment by President Roosevelt The town of Marlon Ky 6Q miles southwest of Evansville Ind had Its entire busrness section wiped out by tire The loss Is estimated at 210000 and the Insurance at 125000 f 4 lr J illitlv r t r Signor Marconi of wireless telegraph fame arrived In New York 4n CunadtrCampania atrice OBrien the fifth daughter t wi La Rthdi1larsformer President Harrison and h4r ughter were passengers on the White ed iiforspend several months in Italy Theodore P Shontz president of the w SillHe notified the president that would accept Chapple Cross of Chicago whit has trained horses for Alderman Carey of Chicago for a number of years died at Abltn Ld He recently ar rived there fromLos Angeles The monthly statement of the public debt shows that during March the debt- less cash In the treasury amounted to 988624G9J which Is a decrease of as compared with last month The rumor of the czars attempted suicide is absolutely denied In court circles in Copenhagen although It Is admitted that he has been subjecttspells of deep melancholy caused the czarina as well as his m itotheranxiety aThepretender is busily engaged In completing arrangemLfor an expedition to the Polar regiOMjA Bishop Spauld Whphas been confined to his bed fronv he effects of a stroke of paralysis which he suffered three ago was suddenly attacked with heart failure and suffered u relapse Prof foamy of the Ohio State un varsity was elected secretary of the North Central Association of Colleges nd Secondary Schools in Chicago Because he wanted to see a real train wreck Royal Grimm 12 son of a wellknown resident of Groveton suburb of Plttsburg derailed the Cleveland Flyer by placing Iron bars nd coupling pins on the Plttsburg ake Erie railroad tracks No one was hurtpRobert J Wynne recently appointed American consul general to London sailed on the steamer Philadelphia That 455000 infants died in the United States last year from the e f fccts of food poisons is the statement made by J N Hurty secretary of the Indiana state board of health who gives this as the cause of 65 per cent of the total deaths jPuebloreview In Mexico City tho troops pas Ing before President Dlnz and sta- nda a number of high officials The Slmplon tunnel the longest in the world was Inaugurated when rom ute Swiss and Italian sldea the first trains passed through meeting at the center The trial of Maxim Gorky on the charge of drawing up proclamations with the object toverthrowing the existing state of affairs in the empire and disturbing public order has been postponed until May 16 At St Petersburg the committee of mlnlstco las been notified of an im perlal dee ree granting an ep i c a mne r religious offend fl Charle8 E Gist Biiperlntendput transportation of the iVttsburg Lake Erie railroad while walking with his Plttsburgdropped The Form which raged In Colorado and a portion of New Mexico for 3u hours has subsided For the first tin10 n tl iIIecessaryPueblo and Colorado SpringstAs the result of an nited Verda mine near Prescott Ariz owned by Senator Clark five othersserlqusjIyAB a result of a serious wreck on he division of the Southern railway a few miles below Branchvllle S C near a small lumber station called tiadham four persons are dead Jockey Otto Wonderljr who was thrown from a horse at the race tii Memphishospital The Nebraska legislature adjourned sine die at midnight after sending ux the governor the Junkin antitrust blll and the bill prohibiting the manutac ure and sale of cigarettes Warrants have been issued at Liver pool for the arrest of A F Stephens Stephenstors having offices in New York Lou Isvl1leand Havre The men are charged with conspiracy with Intent to de fraud A Slavish christening ended In a tragedy four miles from Latrobe a Mike KallCoskl Is dead and sever ai seriouslyInjured John C Walton of Plttsburg killed his wife by cutting her throat with a razor and then after cutting his orp throat walked to the office of a phy sician 300 yards distant and expired The report that Maxim Gorky who awaltinptrialtreason would be allowed to go to ttic Crimea to recuperate is correct The equestrian statue of Lafayette the work of Paul Bartlett will not be ready for the fete on July 4 at Wash- Ington which was planned by the Lafayette memorial commission and the event has been postponed until 1906 The lower house of the Michigan legislature In committee of the whole adopted a bill prohibiting the sale and use of and cigarette ma terial The crow of tho steamer Tacoma owned by the Northwestern Commer clal Steamship Co of Seattle which was captured by the Japanese March 14 north of the Island of Hokkaido arrived at Yokohama and was released Thomas H Watts great Inchonohee of the Red Men of the United States died at his home in Montgomery Ala of some rheumatic affection The president has decided to reco m mend the selection of Wm E Gould a financial editor of Baltimore as one of the collectors of customs at San Domingo Thomas J CJeage jr prominent grain commission man of St Louis who has several times cornered the market and is reputed to have at jine time made and lost a million dollars in one day was declared a bankrupt Charles A Brouse a traveling sales man for the National Supply Co of Toledo 0 committed suicide in bis room in a Cleveland hotel by shoot- Ing The man was despondent over business troubles The appellate court at Chicago hal decided that It Is unlawful to sell to baccd and give cigarette papers without fiHt securing a IJcerse i 2 i i T rr 1 i Sji7 f 1 INSPECTORHOLDEN eceIved Loan From Storey Cot ton Co and Resigns A New York Inspector Is in Phlladel phla Making An Investigation of Holdens Connection Withithe Company Philadelphia April 3George C il olden the Inspector in the UnItedw tates postal service attached to tho Philadelphia Inspection division who Jmostfrom justice advanced 1100 to him as n loan for a few r leesignationdeclares he received the money and paid it back a few days later without any understanding or agreement withhthe Storey Cotton Co that he protect the Eon rn against investiga tlon by the post office department Ha however admitted that In accepting tho loan from that concern he was Indiscreet and thought it best in view of the Teyciatloris In the case to end his resignation to the ixDHtal authorities at Washington Iy direction of Postmaster General Cortelyou Inspector Mnyer of tho New York division has been sent hero orIStoreybCotton Co- Holden says that it was a personal loan from F Ewart Storey and he bo Hpves that the Item was placed on tIo books to do him injury Since the loan was made be he s dentIngton recommending that fraud orders be issued against the Storey eon ecru A SERIOUS CONFLICt Troops Fatal Fire on a Jewish Oath ering in Warsaw Warsaw 3Ao accurredIsh socialist society known as tho lund had organized a demonstrationkThe trouble began fretexting for a late Jewish socialist lender a crowd of over 1000 mostly Jews carrying red flags marched into Dzlka street and was met by a mixed police and military patrol of 20 men Tho police declare the socialists fired ro vovcrs at them the leaders inciting the mob to attack the patrol which thereupon fired several volleys into tho crowd Four men were killed and wounded The crowd removed nil ut nine of the wounded two of whom toJmore of them will die The dead ant wounded were all Jews The polico made many arrests AT THE SEAT OF WAR j Situation Unchanged In the Chang chung and Kirin Directions Tokip April 3The folIowfuB oliliclal advices have been received army headquarters In Manchuria Yiillungmys cavalry at Shauciengtzu 30 miles morninglorSOCO troopers There are largo stores of cereals at various points between JYInKecheng and Sanchengtzu Ylng jecheng Is 35 miles north of Hleng Ito situation is unchanged In tho Changchun and Kirin directions THE PRESIDENTS OUTING weaves For Nearly a Two Months Trip In Southwest and West Washington April 3 President Roosevelt left hero Monday morning on a long trip to the west and south west and will be Absent from the cap- Ital for nearly two months One of the chief objects of the trip whiclS the president long has had in the reunion of the Rough Rider regltment of the Spanish Wart which to take place at San Antonio Tex next Friday and for which an elaborate program of exercises has been arrang ed There will be several brief stops where the president will make addresses on the way to San Antonio Slot Machine Pennies Cincinnati April 3The vanishing of the slot machines resulted in startS ing a tide of pennies into the of the United States subtreasury Though that institution was open for but half a day Saturday nearly 70000 pennies were poured Into its vaults for safekeeping and for exchange Into paper silver or gold money i IIIClnclnnntl an Ilworried almost beyond human endurance Mrs Julia Morgan Smith sister of Nan Patterson to be tried for the murder of Caesar Young lies prostrat ed on a couch In the place of detention Her and her husband were arrested as an accomplice Gives Miss Gould a Cup New York April 3MIss Helen M Gould has been presented with a handsome silver loving cup the gift of the enlisted men of the army at Wlllcts Point The cup Is a token ot appreciation of the work done for the armY men by Miss Gould Russians Destroying the Railroad Toklo April 3Reports from Manchuria show that the Russians are destroying the railway much more thoroughly than hitherto The evident Inference Is that they do not contemplate recovering the situation Presidents Present Tangier April 3 American Minis ter Cummere on behalf of President Roosevelt has presented to Mula All and Mulal Hamcd shereefs of Wazon with handsomely Inscribed rifles In recognition of their services in the Perdlcaris affair- Secretary Hays Health Improved Naples April 3The White Far line steamship Cretlc with Secretary of State John Hay and Mrs Hay on board arrived here after a pleasant voyage Mr Hay declares that his health has been greatly improved Won Two Straight Games St Louis April 3The St Louis American League team made it two straight by winning the second of the NationalAmerican championship se- rIes by a score of 2 to 1 The pitch- Ing of Harry Howell for the Amen cans was the feature Shorter Hours and More Wages St Petersburg April 3 Reports many places throughout Russia Including Tver Borlssoff and SIsram show that employes of Warehouses anti shoes are again demanding short pr hours agvl morgvnggs i j PREFERRED BEING JAILED Concealed Burglar Surrendered Whei the Music Lessons TookI tIA burglar who entered a Harlem house uffereda form of puniAhment it hallpenltlsarR the New York Press that family he hai come to rob were in hehadupistending to make his escape as soon u opportunity offered But opportunity did not offer for it a waghatho had comedown to the parlor for a couple of hours before breakfast When the had finished another daughter ag standing ready to occupy the stool hoursNext music lessons ot each of the young ladies in turn After viIIJinteachtraccompanimentnutr placeFor arrested p fianosInternational CourtesiessOur war office Ins at to arm tho artillery Thnew gun it is laidlire to be ready within two years mesageha intheS Board Bill and Billboard Hill hadn billboard Bill alsb had a 110thatoard bill So after mil sold his bill oard to pay Ins board bill the board bill no longer bored DilJYalc Expositor What Everybody Saysh tIresidentidney Pills and I have not felt a pain since My little girl complained of her ofll9dllsw 13Itabove that how Dodds Kidney Pills toltbe the one wire for symptom f deranged kidneys For Backache is simply a sign that the Kidneys ncedll lp Ddl illuIY Pills always cure Back the They ito always cure Brights Dis ase Diabetes Drop Rheumatism Iliadtder and Urinary Troubles and Heart ofkidnerneerfcWhen you hear a rich man talk do you ever wonder to yourself whether ho would be listened to so carefully and nttcntively if he only had e Errors of Modern Life o warforlateraecontinginvariably sometime the penalty cnduranceDebilityPusbecksIt creates stimulates the heart puriliesnndenrichts the blood and im pints vitality to every nerve and orpn 1 s fromlighto ut feeling that nervous high tension nervous headaches nervous excitement It suITerftomgeneral prostration or even collapse itproduces strong healthy nerves end afro ssItlateXlopiates rind liquors these only make you Worse Pushecks Kuro makes weak men s t restoresheg thetepp permanentIf Knro DrPushPckbymailWritee Ifve 01il1siatingoptical illusion Puck WILD WITH ECZEMA And Other Itching Burning SealS Eruptions with IAof nalrSpeedily Cured bjr Catlcnra Bathe the affected parts with hot water ana Cuticura Soap to cleanse the sue t f thehickened freelltoe fails Speaking of investments what brings greater returns than a wordor cheer spoken at the right timeThe Com moner In a Pinch Use Allens FootEase Shake into your shoes Allens FootEane a powder It cures Corns Bunions Painful DrolliIoboAddress A S Olrasted Le Roy N Y S geefartherChicago Sun A Guaranteed Cure for Piles- tcbingBhindBieedingorProtrudingpilos FazoOurarzrfaIls deathInroasted N Y Mail Pisos Cure for Consumption is an infalli WSamuelIts an Hiwind that blows anybody good but youN Y Times 5p1 1 Y si 1S STOP WOMEN IAND CONSIDER THE- ALLIMPORTANT FACT That in Addressing Mrs Pinkham you arc confiding your private ills to a woman a woman whose experience with wo m yearsYonis revolting to relate your private troubles to a man besides a man does not under stand simply because he is a man Many women suffer in silence and drift along theyughttohaweimmcdlateasalstanee odesty impels them to shrink irons exposing them to the questions and probably examinations of unnecessaryWithoutwhose knowledge from actual experience ia great Mrs Pinkliams Standing lavltatlon Women suffering from any form of female weakn P rainkharuopened read and ahstvered by women A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a t woman thus has been established the eternalconfidence be twecnTiIrs and the women r America watch fflt 5235 be broken Out f the vast volume of expErience which she possiblehat 4hat will help your case She asks noth ingin return exceptyour goodwllland her w a anyomandoes not take advantage of this generous PlnkhainMedicineFollowing vo publish two let e1s from a woman who accep ted this invitation Note the result First letter Dear Mrs PinUham bavosufferedsoinetbingerrible I tbardlyatandhem e oprationitPleaserelievo moMrs Mary Dtmmickfi9t hand E WasbingtonDCSecond Dear Mrs Pinkham Alter following carefully your advice anti taking Lydia PinkhamR Vegetable youlilyvolueand what you have done for mo ncbeor Mary many women i advice Truths that Strike Homei Tour he cares So socan tell you that he very coffee heSsells you cars ho it from it was blendedor t when you your coffee how can you eachvpactflge of COFFEE got poujidof genuine package SOLD GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOWOtf CO thyfrienderror his to that which may ownIiost3cmBudgetp To Cure a Cold in One Day TaVo Bromo Tablets Alt drucrqfotti refund tlip money if itfallstocnreEl W Is on each box 2c It is easier for the man to pi compliments than debtChicago News SICK HEADACHE byIAbOWi 1W Tfcey also relieve tress la1 ITILEd1gcsnenoMooflearty 141 A pcttoct TOOr 7trnNaeLP1Tongue Pain la toSide LTVXR oaoy the Vegetable SMALLRLL SMJU1NSE SHJU1IMCE EiiDtr Must Bear Iunl flu FaoSimila Signature REFUSE SUISTITUTES I PIJSHECKS KURO u Trial 2OO Bent by U tend SIOO lilt does you U coats you SilkIer You no money and no liability Why autfer pain and IOM the sweet contentment and joy of perfect health when I am willing and FREE CONSULTATION BY LETTER If you with any your case write tne In a plain SIOO For S4 by As you know I wrote you that doctor saul I must have an operation or rcould not lire I then wrote you tolling you my all ments I vice and am en tirely welL I can walk miles without an a and I owe life to and toLymlish PinkhamaVegetablocomnpound I wish every woman would read this teatimonial and the value bf writ in te you and your Mrs 59th and E Streets Ben ningrS Washington D a medicine has been successful in restoring to health so whose testimony is so unquestionable you cannot welt say trying it I do not it tvilLhelpme Ifyou are ill dont to get a hot tle of E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound once write Pink ham Lynn Mass for special it is free and always helpful rsi grocer ia honest andil to knows littlo about the bulk How vrbere came how With What or roasted If buy loose by tlio pound 1 H expect purity and uniform quality of thought Laxative Quinine Bte ng regulate Genwne Will sRI VIM Tablet It not unneceuary Informitli Druggists followed Capitol a without believe Lydia at know UON COFFEE All PACKAGE COFFEES Is el Hcceaslly Halfbrra fa qnallty streBfltli aa flavor Fee Av cmtCASTtt IF A CEMTtMY IMN COFFEE has the staBdartl coffee 2a mIlUa 01 L1LIONCOFEEsoeuerunyike i j 5 ees Iodes aa 4il epeedl your kewe ka ae ckaaec rf kctea adl terMcd or la coataet wWt4ort f I rM or imrlntj limit 5 lix LION you one lull Pure Insist upon getting the Lion head on every Save the Lionheads for valuable premiums BY SPICE Toledo Ohio Groves Duly TORPID Bowels Purely mall helps benefit deposit Incur about verywher realize When and OTER beeR icola dirtg FOR WOMEN troubled with ins vecullar to their ceutul 4horoagblycesnsekIfld1soaseserms f stops d1scrgea heals laflaauuUoa and locu ereatM carts lewoiiboe Lad saul catarrh Putin U la powder oraMo be diuohtd in 5i water and U far more cleansing healing EenaicidU nd ecooomkal than liquid nil eptie lot TOtET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES For nla it druggists cents a box Trial Box sad Book cl laatruetloni Free r Tilt L PAXTON eaHMMT baroN Mss MOTHER GRAYS SWEET POWDERS FOR CNLDREN A Certain Cure for rererlihacHCosUp5ofl HeadehoHtomacb Tecthlar5St ds Snd sotijiaT Wrs Tbey Break ColdS Saris l mit boors Duggius act arnv ifsSaupIs mailed lwyorkciti s OLMSTED LsRoyNY 1- ANl E 2068 11IT11AJWPUSHECKS KURO cures all Blood and Nervous Troubles 5cOFULAI CouldIsufferligtime you1confidsntially ChicagoWflte Xe wsn this Xemtdy cares all Weakness Irree- ulsrlty Dleoharee Ovarian Troubles Pain etc cuM5ln r Di COUPOiatht1Ika Pthcks xs 5d us bos aisiliU PtXVSS SCIt1I4 I us caUaUa l LiSsm POAddrsp tit oeatioa455- Xsm AaItbIsipu Mhtat tM fw nnhf If tt bwMl PUTNAM FADELESS DYESClr inert Erite ad tatter rusts soy ct3edyt One ICc sckage nilk wotI Ddc HtBr uiUy wilt IB ii fuaranteej to iTtperftviltiolli sk4srcr wswllttcst piL Said iQc a ssas Writs lenIne booUttUowl jeBltaA 4MUCclofV MQNRQBtHiUOCO UBhavUtcjitsoqrt i IIkZt7 r 0 l- ltr rf V3 1Jt 4It b iiltf t bi n 1 t r QWINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK COkOWINGSVILLE KY L SIPER YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 r tllIr1 THK OUTLOOK PiiBUsntKa Cuor to JOHN W UOHARER Owingsville Ky t I Suhwrlbero desiring a change of tlilrrM should always give previotiB adtlrcfip when wrltlngIorrrtipondents when out of sta tionerr oliinild mention fact on a 4 t n pt rate ulip of paper No oduimiscion in allowed to any hndv im nuhscriptions THK OUTLOOK is sent one r rfir ie dollar mx months for sixty fj jf benip three montlm fur thirtyfive + cents kj i THURSDAY A K1 1 0 1005 K5 j ANNOUNCEMENT r FOR REPRESENTATIVE 1Ve are nttlhorlzed to annotmcek t Ch E Day of Mnrehfad a eat j i r1terurnItctinr an Reprceent- atlvefromBathi Knit Rowan i 1 tlep subject tIIe action courLU UemocratlC party I f 1z Wf are authorized to announce iT VVallet Shnrp of Sharoxliurg as n candidate fur Representative from Bath anti Rownti roiintien subject IInthe nctlun of thu Democratic 3Iirty- t RUSSIA iii willing tu nmke peace if litpnn stop rhWHr and IHI y 1I lJmnrl nliUt iti It is a case4 J i of all kt but cheek with Russia 4 t I 16SCnrdngp Truot with a Siuto twine t plant The best friends of State Socialism oontinittt to bo the f t trust litit the trusts will never 4c Hdmijit until too lutr r4 t PRE tDFNT ROOSBYKLT hltap 1 rMiinted n new Panama Canal Cot iiiWiitn only tneoC IbonldI junibe c lelng rrtIned It is pre tuaiihd Ithut they wIll dn soinothjS Ic lIr lh tIIdfltwlhlir bl itL- aTHE RiattliffgrtiewB vomes to iA Isshaa Oimpfderitnle body of 1etheSt Ptcrs1iirgcleriy ladlmlnd i pig a JIIHAIIInnf church nad t i Plait Tliere must really bu a fi i of enlightenment Ptnolderiny in the dark utnpirH IInquiry into iheMeatTrurte methods by the Federal grand jury nt Chicago promise something the Fqiishy I GartIekIrt port Already tha are being ndicedur tutnpering otJ t I i Mi cE1 IeIt thct I t C Ltr i i I JItrIUlt In 1oPcreIt IJ Jft for rrliic2 rr tw 1IClRtt bout iIJ t eJtirjpbia- I fftJt Cllt ieilJij 9 t t tlt fhjle j i LrHI NNU P4ilersnn seria- lis I sktgiis wythrciugb tIij n p rrr Ii r IRIl jlIJi r new I iitbyreitsun voraddition cIi p Ifi lenl l I alleged coiH plichyof Morgan Sa4thand wife with NSRPsuerion jrilhe mutt l tCat YoUng The impression oe ffo be thatrNiin Is iou pretty s f tii funVh rkTiflft inurdenc id SoM twitilitern uf the cburch to Vitj whne iti8slonary hoard John D 1t I rkcfellerKavtt JgoOO1ere np f 1f 1isc4 tojctePtnJl ng o 1 rintte IlJetbod of the Standard f1 X QitCpJaullll1elll If Ruckttel r r ktw the inteise rllag of hustJlj c ti tI hat f fruwing up i kaikp wouldrest qneaslly as t J thIcrwPIedhPsd in revnlutillnary nlyhetr r rt ti4tksuit dilUfhl-c k t tIS i J si l1 ii ICOR9PONDNCE fr tiI 1 IklaIj rt fi iiiitiildti Hare tb TOM i c W Uvtfur5 yaz Jf Jaiae IIenrylIn1IflIx eho jlJflr20Jr t ev feer Sundaj 4 f igts N falr taeiJ It I fliityiad John Young ii t lwWgkt4Oi1ie Likesxshuazs Ir 1 r S O l l ev W r4 IuitIiaed twit n L i I1iekkig riverat the Denimj t Stirbfloiiril t t i to c t r KiB IiieitillfltykerJwineripl i c 14is with hIp ItItiIerJiiUi ffol r r r TJf Ir to8v+ rY LawiitHif Si In CIR Iftt0 i I R JCe i Ih4H4IpN wijip 1it t t- nrIt t hakwiOIsaietfN to lyf rkT1tHNdIme tldy tta iOMiiiii4awift of jif J it 4 ctat4 HeIghcIhlldPplMiI1ic 1 tJ llfciv 11 J JI broiker11K My re r iiisd faiilIy tll Zt Joii ANCHr tehHiel td fnmily ti OwIigviIir1atr Iierv Jtr ti h72 IIIICltfCl e J L Curmich Jlo 1aM lii f 1ii i 7 Wl weilHewisohavlngf IM tsPM rlftt t Ihfr i 1fruy tter MarI 1t- vairwoberNf 1 oJi Ji j Nit W 1 PIre y WH coiled r t f IU y to tlsiiiedide of Ii V 1 okt J i m Mt1iNiei1 who I very A eitO4iptinI 1rti I ni to Mt ter IItot 1 dir Jlht e tbfllroth l ir luIii d1asly wti rottt fifi tlljiltIW NioktrsaDeaiisg7ei as 5 f 1 jti 5uiove lipri irMr a kiiih if It could he cjone a u4I str J- er Sifme93Pi i 1 A t r l J ti L h Itt if f tC I j i 2pr t t x 4 tjTf fr j j t 1 j J hf1 ll 4r e h rjii ttf i Ji tj =i0 rp it L o o4 tt M4tJ7J a 1 r JP s 1 Grange City Newton Johnson ia InCininnntl- Funt Johnson bought u liorto ot John Razor for 130 hoFuntleiningttburi for 150 to ialfluiRrdWm Collivor who is working at Sh tir iidayL G Kigdou attended the burial their relative little Allen Vhalley ut White Oak Saturday Sundayschool was organized here Sunday afternoon with S L H an bttnud Treasurer Bald Eaglo Nute Chulfin has returned from a stay in Ohio- Thomas Stevens came from Iii noia last week Ernest Doggett hue gone to Indiana to make his home Some wild duck have been on the creek Morton Gulley killed one last week Curl Norris is getting over a case of mumps Several more hare had themumps but all are about well now farmers ate getting along nicely with their spring work Tobacco plants ore up nicely and plenty of them It is the opinion of the peo pie that March was the best weuth or over seen for March Licking Union There was a good deal of cats s own last week Jye and VA Jones went to Salt Lick Monday Alpha B McKinney went to SIt Lick last Wednesday A T Horn and son Charlie went to Sluty Point last Saturday Levi Kash took a bunch of hogs to Salt Lick lust Saturday M re Ella Jackson and Mrs Eliza Shaw went toSalt Lick Thursday William Brown of Farmers vis his daughter Mm David lust turdoy Tom Phipps died at his home on Caney last Wednesday morning with dropsy Mrs 1teJohnson stat daughter Mrs Josie Johnson went to Suite Lick Friday Fairview A C Hendrix had 300 bushels oats threshed last week om Wbodard went to Miiys ville first of the week on business Gedrgo rumor bought a 4yettr mule ofClay Huat or110 ThowasjiHunt bought ah 8year nld saddle mare of Janes Qraia for Y85 LWtlLitbtonmoved to T JHen r8tpfdielEdai MPerklhs bought Aliri Perkins skare of land In histubib ers estatei r 225 tibacCOIOJesold to Paugherty ut 7c Tome Turner t7c rThe sick ureall improving except Mrs Louisa Anderson who ia very low who cancer of the mouth and lung trouble Charley w oeJard and family re tUlledttbelr home at Marion Ind Friday after u threemonths stay with relatives here Crooks JI T urley of Salt Lick was bera Friday Jeff paviB lfson visited on Prickly Ash Sunday Greene G rrettof HpwardV JJill was here Sunday terJlngwasItere J 0i Wpod attendee the lodge at Ashiapd Saturday night Arthur Barnes spent Saturday nigLt and Sundayat Howards MIlL 11Mr Will Lemaster and M- 1sIParki were in Owingsville Mondays Johniqn and wife visit id relatives at Carrington Saturday and SundayY- Bandolpb ixol1a dwJrevielt eer Mr Na sUter who ia quite dick at Mldiand City Saturday 2 Moors Ferryt 1ngraliili a little better lJ Batyii poorly with stomi ach trouble MrsW Ingram is getting a spoil of pneumonia 1fI nApt111tto J C Atcbison and wife a14lb girl AW Shrout isnotabletoeetabo t with a pain Inbfs back E CKimbrel Bold a work mare to Janies Craig for f50 Friday TbomnB Sqrrell sold BoeJaekson SMIC Lick u vork horse for QQ 1Mr rJohn Milt Cawity of Yale ystiersAlfred Csrtero near Qwings vfJeJlpttntSUllduy with bis brother Reitnie in Rowan county D W Shrout and wife ansi Mrs O P Shfout spent Sunday with Jeff Higblsy and wife at Knob Lick Lee BatynBid wile of Fleming epURty Vpeni Sunday with si JrotherThohiai Biity who is on the slick lisu MIBS Maggie Reevep who ji at tending biJlliIMorebeadcame hnraa Saturdayanti returned to- sehooMOniay f r f I I dJ Th V rfJtt ty Olympia R C Cocilgan was in Salt Lick Friday on business Mrs Sumes Penix visited friends re Thursday and riduyIItichxrd Coettgnn went to Sharps burg Monilny tn visit hiutlllrlaw Julia Martin Robert Gault of Frankfort CHUU Tli irndiy night to visit his llcr Mrs Ii JacksonfrMiss Margaret Reeves was the yoayTHE SlcKMr Tom Hart is very sick Mrs Sarah Smith is very sick Perry Thtaeher is noriatter Mrs Jimiuic Staton of Mt Stem ling vus hero Sunday with herw parents Charley McGlothin and wife Hlllsboro II A Day went to Cincinnati M ondayfoCollie Mooro visited his aunt Mrs Nellie Selby und family last Sunday Elisha Moccaby of Bracken county visited relatives here the past week A C Zimmerman mado a busi nemrip to MusunundLewis counties IUIIIveek The Hilltop Comical Company gave nn entertainment at the schoolhouse RMissCitylIerI accompaniedI The many friends of Rev A B Chudwick were surprised to hear of his marriage to Miss Emma Likes which took place Thursday nt the brides brothers Springfield Mrs Thomas McClain continues quito sick IHBS flatLy Trlplott began her s choolatFairvlew Monday Raymond and Dwight Smothers wero in Mt Sterling Saturday Misses Ethel and Pearl Fleming of Sharpsburg visited their moth or Sunday MM Lucy Smathern and daughter Miss Lutie vUited in Owiags r rule Mynday Mrs Joan Chnney visited her daughter Mrs O B Spratt at Stoops the past weok rw A Bovdnlld J D Grouch old tlelretore at Diroitto old stand to Mr Jones He will take possession April 15 Mrs Lucy Paris and daughter 1lizabeth Muss Fans Jelllndnf YSliarpBliurg and Miss Lijtio Sinath err were guests of Mrs Lucy At kinson Friday night i i Salt LIcc Born to Andre wGlieiip and wife dw VEd Warren wMXupfrom Odessa Suhdiayi t speMaCewltoCatljJitsburg Mrs II n rye Jacne and daughter Resa vislt relatives In Montgoru ery county the past week visitedJomefolklfrom Friday until Monday Bro S L Porter of Elliott oath a ty returned home Monday after a series of meetings held in MRChurch here Bro Porter 1ain earnest and able ministej of the gospel Stoops how Jong were you pro paring that article and who assist ed you in the discussion of the question as to whether EvewRIIR blonde or brunette I agree with Stoops os to her complexion as statistics go to prove that our sis ters with the golden locks have not the stability characterand poi sr- ierto resist temptation that their dark rhued sisters have Hence byIIy wise have been Knob IUCk The weather continue tine Jeff Highley sold a niare for 35 Bill Craig sold a hors at Fista ingsburg for 55 The farmers are getting on with their spYIng work nicely oatetoFletchCrouch The orecompanylll8ondlng out about usual amount of ore PolksvilleSundayr yjJohn Bohannnn sold a yoke of 2 yearold cattle to Leslie Flood for 50 The new telephdne line has the poles ready to go upas far as Roes Run John Bohannoa bus a lamb with its two hind feet frozen off that ttouchngtbofeet Charley Hutton went to OwIng yule Friday loaded himself with whisky and proceeded to pains the atJenslIie anddoes notknowwhathe 18 d inga very poor excuse smallla fishingSundayfish as to weather but the flab d Id- flOtseew hungry as their bait cano were fuller of worms than the fish cnujht would have wads them VfS I vfi i 1 C s Jc iyS j fICraigs I Hoyt Warren sold Inane liailey a facowCIGeorgehorse for 20 fGardenmakingress hero at preterutCClaud Warren sold Will Good paster u saute for 1250J Arthur Rogers hotiuht a cow- oinLen Collins for 8oO Richard Manlov bought three 2 nrtsld heifers of Bill CollIns f r 1 Mrs Mnry Manlcy visited herJbrother John Lyons on ver SundayitHnrvo Sexton and family ofa ear Owingsville visited the for ars parents here Sunday John and Jessie Lowrey visited their sister Mrs Thomas Craig and family in Muyaville Monday und Tuesday Dr Frank Wells and Dave Bash rd were cajjed to the bedsjdt of the lutttrs mother at Polkvilleg Rowan county Sunday expected to survive long ReynoldsvluevLittle Nnnnio Kntherino Hunt and Mary Clark are sick SO Dnggett and wffflV visited Tim Korns and wifo at lleth l W odnasdaydMark Donaldson returned home Monday from u tllrcoduya1 trip ti ipley OhioaMurk Donaldson went to Ripley Ohio Thursday and purchased a pair of draft horses A D Burns sold his cropof tobacco euised on Miss QelIaScruggS farm to Robertson at 7c per lbrJob Hunt wife and children vis- Ited her parents James Clark and wife near Own 8Ville Sunday Miss Lillian Everman returned Saturday from a two weeks visit to her aunt Mrs Joseph Highleynear Bethel Misses Lucynnd Orplia MeNus visited Mrs James Horseman at White Oak Sunday und attended c lturchItMrs Joseph Eicher nndchildren pent Sunday with her parents Thornton McClain and wife rear Bald Eagle tJdaugh ter Mary Boyd visited the latter 8 hrotherinlnw Ben Snching hear Shefburnc Sunday s Upper FiatCropk Mary Sadie Carter wo quiti sick several days lust week GG Hamilton antI wfehavo re turned from Hot Springg Ark W G Moore was with friends in Owingsyiilo one day Ustwreek- M rsV AG V Gook hnaVbout re covered from H severe suitkutgrip t I R O Lane sold lib cniEi iifhetii li to J Fof MK Stijriingi lit 5icperJb f1J elo andidjHrnes jjickson on SpeuVoft SHtur tlllY and sulldh es9fverll wif iylsited Jol nGJm iiund wiftvJnL Owl tigs ville Wtdnt ortw Mrs Pnyntz QC Rith mondj visited hex si terMrf Josliun Owings last week Miss fetUs Owings returned home lost week after spelling the winterin MjsBisi ippi Miss well Glover sagletor gFrldajMiss Mary Eliza Gloyer vifited terlingWm Sorrel recently of Indiana visited his daughter Mrs T J Steele several days this week Mrs Sarah Hamilton ded at her homo at 10 ornlog April 2 1905 of pneumonia She is survived by two sons and one daughter George Ur J Carrot and Miss Fannie May MrsHam ilton was a most excellent woman and will be greatly missed fin this community Sympathy ifl extended to the bereaved sons und duugh1 ter Upper Prickly Ash Mrs Fannie Hamilton Is not eo well J WCoyle andwife visited re latives on lower Prickly Ash SaLt ir duty night an4dighMiss on er Flat Creek Sunday Mrs James Harper returned Saturday after a twoweetV viisit with Daniel Harper and wife Almanza Stone and wire spent Sunday afternoon with Win Phelps and family near Roynoldeville Johnson Stone has been very poorly with la giippe the past week He is a jitUe better now R L Stone bought of Riley Chandler a small tract of land for eylandMrs Della Donaldson ofi near Sharptburg visited her moth e Mrs Nancy Shrout one night last week J J Coyle and faraily of lower Prickly Ash visited WalterCQburn and Willie Hamilton Saturday night and Sunday Daniel Harper and wife visited their daughter Mrs Mollie Ratliff and family at Stilt Lick Saturday and Sunday Elder B T D Zimmerman and 0 B Steele went last week out on Licking river to batcha month or two and fish and hunt Mrs Elten Cart and daughter Miss Fannie of near Mt Sterling visited relatives here from iVcB clay f til Friday of last week ii i t J L J V IiI n W tl r tied wife vjVhed thefr uncle Prccpley Kendall non mily near Miraiutu N tiiitstit from Saturday till outlay Frnrik Hcndrlx fllIt Fork Iok HnriiP nf near Bald Eagle lin Tiivkclt und fwilyIIfFII reek Tom Stonu scud fatally and Mrs Add Murklund of Owings villo spout Sutidaywith F F Tucketl and famil- ySavovards Wisdom Louisville Post t Washington March 27JllmsHill has expressed the opinion conditions will have to change our country succeeds in gaining nd holding additional markets for our products and he asserts tout nt resent Germany has greatly thy advantage of the United States and considerably the advantage ufEng and as manufacturing country tecause of her cheaper und wore olDciont labor Mrl Hills opinions are entitled to greet weight in con- idering this question He is a reut man perhaps the mutt con summate business man our country las produced since Stephen Girurd e is no vulgar plutocrat though a ery rich wan He worked for ev- crydollar of his fortune and it is ljUdgthn4k1ta rekiIJe penetrated the wil etuwnsopendLs farms stocked pastures and dded enormously to the national wealth and increased materially tho national population He caused many blades of grass to grow where none grew before and he is the only American who has yet built n rail oad connecting the Mississippi ivor and the Atlantic ocean without a subsidy Mr Hills fortune is not the fruit of monopoly He has restricted no market but expanded many markets His whole ambition is to capture for our country the rich trade of the tsar East but he know ns all must learnthat in international trade cheapness is all powerful If it be true that Germany has cheap er and more efficient labor than we why Grmony will gct the trade There is no sentiment und no pa triotism in a dollar It goes to the market where it will buy the most and in this the pagan and theChris tian are exactly alike If Mr Hill is correct in hi state went pf facts this country is not jjoingto conquer any foreign mar kets In the first place we have declared waragainst foreign trade by enacting an outrageous tariff that floes nierebantt 50 per cent for engaging in it Canada hiss enormous quantities of tlsh that she wants to exchange for uric plows harvesters threshers anti ofher farm machinery butMucsuchufetts Hteps in and makes thjn cniinjrv pnitecl her Oeheries ami Cnnuilu in trying to wake her own plows pad thi HUB or get tmrrom Ju- Doropo ve desetvK fiireign trade UkIIJfu1Jloritn l plllllIItuaitca We tvlltiirin jo gome aiid buy of tsss fit the fiaipu tjnie warn theiirthat ylll nothuy jif them YI Jctinthlild tip traile thav way fur it m KH JxcellenX and prpfltnhle to buy nn it 11I1p ell Wjien Prince Bismarck cre ted lila modern Carluvinginit enipirc he borrowed an ileq from ibironti tution of the United States that if the best thing in his estnbllsliment and has proved Wonderfully profit appropriatedflow free trade among the States There is the same unrestricted trade be tween Saxony and Wurtemburg that there is between MassuichusettB and Virgiiiia between Penn y vania arid Georgia There is no more tariff between Prussia and Bavaria than there is between Ohio and Tennepsee or between Illinois and Mississippi We see the result of that system in Germany as we see Jt in our country a gigantic domestic commerce Like theUnlted States Germany protects the hpme market by a tariff ample tor that purpose but she does notoverdoH- In the name of and reciprocity and then deny reci prochywllball the emphasis Peter denied the blessed Lord That is a thing our standpatters have a monopoly of A united Germany was a dream fond and iridescent before the Thirty Years War and It may be the economy of mankind all the wars in which GerUlanwe- roppoledloGermrans wee but tnuans tothe end that the Hon Chancellor commanded However that may be there was no durable and reliable prosperity for the German States until tho Bismarck came and made tim empire that now exists and is the first military power of Continental Europe It is struggling with England and America for commercialsupremacy arid Is on of the great naval pow era of the world Hamburg is one of the most important ports in the the world and Germany is third of the manufacturing nations If it be true that she produces cheaper than we she will soon dis tance us in the race for the worlds markets Mr Hill says that she not only produces cheaper but that she makes a better article Mr Hill ought to know It is his business to study production and exchange He has made immense preparation to secure for the United States the trltdeoftbe East and it is impossible to esti mute the debt the farmers of the great Northwest owe hira for transporting flour from Minneapolis to China and Japan i bat we cannot rntko a great commerce out of Sour alone It rausv be builded up by the exchanges ofa thousand articles suohueatdfarI Its resol vents ond the innumerable thitigs made of wood Also cotton woolen and silk fabrics But these things Continued op first page r5 jr IC r j c tc 7 From Chicag9 every day March i to Mnr 15 905 to SttnFranciscoILos Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and many California Tickets good in tourist sleeping scars Rate frtubld berth Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento ti and manyother points in California7t ToughtrainserVjc from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the J i IChicago Milwaukee I Sf PaulS to Union PacIU SijutherriPaclflctldtf f j If you are thinking of such a trip this is yotif opportunity to mat at least expense I u j Iit book descriptive of California etsix cents postage I A MILLER General Passenger Agent IF 1345 Railway Exchange CHICAGO r i JoTi rJ ff 1t f Complete iaformation will be sent fiee on receipt of t this coupon with blank lines filled Coupon should be mailed today j1 CuyI TI JUELIC SALE MONDAYI APRIL 10 bt 113atlidobidjier the llic 1rJllof ilJ acres mQ Ies subjet to tiivcy sitiuited and City Licking riy r hftKykuwnas the property Wm y gh andthft heirs ofM EwJDg I Terms Onethird cash 04 year and onetliird In two years bearifig6I per cent interest Purchaser taxes This land will be sold to a diIioh WHIG3pOwings SHERIFFS SALEFOR i ft TAXES On MONDAY April 10 1905 County Court daythe un dersigned wilt sell the iol loving property to secure payment of taxes Sales will be made to highest bidder Alum City Oil and CoAllt- he leases in Book No it9 in the of flee of the BathCountyCuurt pages 92 and 100 on tire lands of James Alexander and George T Williams etc for the year 194 amounting to 3070ITrenton Oil anp Gas CroAll the leases it Book No 68 in the alike tit the clet koltheBattt County Courr pttges 461t7l andJi74 on the lands of Wm flines and Mar glret Pergram andlGiyNforgrum ole for tiiOeir 1904g rf8mounting to 750 1 2 42 f t it WirS IOWELIsGcntal Eastern Agent f iVV St Broadway I 1t TIEW YORk CITY A t i nti ucrp Cn Nam t f tStrcet tjf g t c t r ProbabIcDeatInon 1 tI r J t 4 4 f 1 t ci lfff atii on of one4hird5E j Gas r r i Co41theof the Clerkof Bath Counjy Court rJJoshuaJones Ellis Ingraai and all the piping casing drill tpoJa a id ma chinery for drilingoil weils JAn the lands of Taulton Embry id and Riley ngranz 1f4nmountirfgn STIOs Auid1jGaCoAlI wells forms Joe and Marshall I in Bath county and all of the ipingi and other maclsin on aid 19p3jLindinm 12675 SETH BOTTS Sheriff Bath Co AU CiIONEER t 1 i Jtloneercailon JGEOdessa V4 5 Bath Chi ftI Is a halfbrother to Montgomery Chief that sold for 10000 His colt took the Dremium at the Owl rlelJufhorse Will make prexent eaoh nt old Perry Qomlpuster place atf1- 0lDawsdnArnold t i j iJJ f t r th1 y prjt t I n i Jf t if t4tte f f rvr il t tJt JlS f THOS JTOTES 1 Llyery FoedSaIe Stattt i PWlRCSVILLEf K i Iloadqutsrters lror iras arid tiid- ealeril Telephone OnecUlB 0 with t W 0 icINIllllC Ii 1I UENllsI oi Elliott hillllllll ofjrH4le 05 ill Icl tt j Ltll MIiti Stadafdotg fovvn llr on SharpThuij tdJblabmithgcv ti ClSrt e afl4bugg painting ecodhaiidr1ti icScna I1i brel Carts fO saleof LWr i llorattoOn1t2 l Lctto- l to Eac f ttF- urjII be A Leading ttirc of The k i o r Jl i CQUfler i j j a r During19 5SThere will be many other attmactlvadepartmentsall going to make ti complete newspaper Ilr Ma11ateiDailyPaily and Sunday Weekly i year VilfCOURIERJOURNAL CO LOUlsyiLLE KY j r j t1a Special Arrangement ypu car getSr The OutIookSnti The WEEKLY COURIEL JOURNAL both pap yearUor onlyn I I a I This IP for cash subBcriptioB ftnly All subscriptions under tpiii coabination offer must rteiKm ttiJ TaOeTL Ox oWci i At4i or f c