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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lI 7 a 2VeTSyx j I 1 c i r V 44tX q n p 41T I t tf PIT 0 t Ym1nnillr u1Iook j4 t I 1r VOL XXVI OWING VIL E KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 8 1905 NO L2 a = 1fi Drink Wainscotts Pop 3O t1LetHenry W Scott have your 1 work Next Monday will be Juno Coun s ty Court Day t c Tho White sewingmachine la BJ popular ever t1 Lokat Brother t Brothers clothing before you buybM Everything flrstcla8s in hard 1 ware at BudBrothers I i Geo T Young ifl the authorized gent of ThE OUTLOOK to collect J Dr GW Conner wakes teeth tom tho cheapest to the beet 10 t Born Monday lo the wife of C4 Willis Robelta welt of town a son i 1i W jesVparks bougHt a 4yearold hone of Holman Rico lastyreek for tfit1 f95 I Y To the big man We have to fit youtoa 1 IcIotJes Mitchell farm wagon of E 4 L A T Byron and you will al ways be satisfied H L Lane is agent for Wiedcr man bottled beer and Budweiser bottled and keg Brother Brother want to sell you your drygoodt clothing and i 1 shoes Try them t S2 50 will buy a pair of W L Douglas patent leather shoes at t 41iBrother Brothers W L DoUglaa 2503 and f 360 shoe None better At 9 Brother Brothers Clover is a flourishing crop this year and will bo ready for mowing o in lesa than a cotlple of weeks t Qbto the Racket Store and get f noenN bO e1Iu its for or if bovsbefore they are 1I11811IdI AhIwhiohavepropertYtO sell at public auction tall on M D Paris iiIIHewilllaGardens andTarm crops are grow finely thoilgh weeds are trou f1 blesome owing to so much rainI Mrs Belle tHee and son Holraan t Bold 15000lbft of tobacco to Hislo orMt Sterling at 10 and IQic- Jufltin f a car loalt of Mitchell wagons Unnl buy Until huve1 Peen them E L AT tlmIlNI HenryW Scott agent for tin J ower Lnidryflie611flpmCitl S Mjgf Wednesdays tYehiIm your wI t ty Tiuldc wan we hue a suit 4i2i i ot elnthev iii stt4 thist will fit youat I TtUS Bfe Ttfkft k t f The Bewis tobncco rtler will j a A for Itself every 8eni onBudBrntii i r will Bell yoU cr10 liii easy terms Jail oh him 0r GW Crfnrii the dentistS vliOdohtundcr and oil p anajsthetlcs for tile painless e2tetraction teeththThe good old summer timelt L came the past week for an ihdefl a pile Itay and the June sweat is t EhVbu Jh full force 1Ihe Power Laundry will do your YL collars ctfffs and shirts better than other laandrie HEKBT W SCOTT Agent- i Fisher B Little Blue is the only handmade cradle on the market Get one and see results i JS L A T BtRoNi t r James Hlcke of near townjuuipT7 fed off a fence and ran ti his foot operation by reoqUlrlngail I Di J Hi remove it I I sprIng chickens hire fairly plen tifttloB the local market and those 4 t who hare tlie price can eat the un dersled bIrds at 26o per chick You do not know what a small JL neuRt offael it takes to get a eal until you try a Leader cook tow or range Leave your order wltk Bud Brother for one j ELA T Byrons queens ware ha TheyhaveI oie bargains to offer b pleased to show you their stock t11 j8M their bargain 2nterIv tJ 2 1TheMile is here to net t out iobaeeo and those that have I4 set their eropsVitb the Bernie toI f baecaMtter have met with best 4 neeeM Vou had best figure witEi J JiBIIII Brother loFon 1cjv tMrOn last 1 ursdar ElderBHRoss at his residence perfprsaad the ceremony uniting in BMirriige Mr Robert Burton Royce of sear Orange City and Mrs IyI Daisy May widow ot Wm May i ad daughter of James Snedegar of Wyoming Fred Spurlook and kz SfiH iaVl Hedrick were attend icJta Tax OUTLOOK extends Us ratuUtlont and best wishes Jeji fRlxrIoewmber that Tat ODTf oK is prepared to print letterheads aotehemdi bill heads UtenARti envelopes cards labels receipV lactations and all torts j of bui e stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at the mot s g reasonable prices Cotopare our Lf11ii anyjnollHjour airanlago to have us do your wert J we ha5print poster dodgera i piwphlets and everything usually farsed out by a country Job office jI YfelAyeoD hand for sale m any f4 tttttyJBkde clD1ortgges bleaksa fti i1 l fili iffVfSil fii 4 I j t Ili L t J f is i J r PERSONAL Arthur Uyron Woe takpn sjuk stomach trouble Friday night J nios Stephens was able to coin e up town Monday afternoontFrank Potty itpruined his anklo Friday while walking along tho street Alex Qoodpaster folUntod Thnrs ay from Prof Fowlers school nt yntlon Km J J Nesbltt wont Monday to visit her Uuuxbter Mrs W P Strad er at LexIugtoUpDuk ov City clime Monday nftornuon on visit to homo folksdMr and r9 went to Covlngton rldu to viblt tbe latters parents for n few lays 01rnpIsbrought I C 13 ui FehtRev E E vDawsoh and wife of Morehead cutne lust week to visit father John W Dawson near w a Jfra R B Brother and children Dawson and Ida Untie left Monday to visit Walter Harper and wife at M idwayrMisses Lottie Atchison and Mnttlo VVooUson Hiirnes returned from tho CaninbdlHuKtirmaii College Lox ingtcii rliursdaydJames Robt Catlett Emmett Fratnian and Thog Allen attended the Latouia races the past week Mrs Efllo Tharpo little daughter and Miss Fannie Lane of Mt Sterl- Ing were guests of Horace Lane and wife from Friday till Monday Misses Jane Guitskill of Winches tor und Rebecca Duke of Mayslick Hnmptonfrom Vyomlugof Grange City returned Thursday from Jessamine Institute Nicholas ville John R CarmichnePs little daughter Mary Margaret df Louisville is better of typhoid fever Wm Moore w w LeekCot DSTrumbo of Carlisle came Tuesday to spend lila 77th birth daughterMrsbears his years lightly and is at least n years younger thou most others lila uge He reports that Mrs Tninibo has been itt feeble health ror- some weeks EoL A TV can sell you your binder twine cradfes and har lioneyThe CourierJiiurnnl tibncco reo jjarjfinyaJJwfciiih4y ppr cent uf the 1905 crop hits been transplant ed in the State Lyon the Photographer will be Owingsville Jiine twelfth tn re mitiii onlyuniil July lit So those wanting anything In the photo line will do ttehl tn patronize turn Good work guaranteed CONFEDERATE DccoRAtioN DAYa aturday beingollicial Confederate Decorntion day the local Datigh rs of the Confederacy decorated e graves of the Confederate dead in the Olhg8VilIeComet ry with profusion of flowerspGAVE BOND John BUrns olcolw or who was in jail under menl for the James Stephens shootting affray gaVe bond for week and was released Dick lies of Salt Lick and Wash Talbert of Preston were his bondsmenf WONT STAND ITTho Cemetery officials have had a complaint lod ged with them that plants baveI Jheyand prosecute any person discovered taking anything from the Cetn eterylots ScccEssfOL MKKTINO Rev E L Sanford returned Tuesday from Locust Grove Bracken Co where he bad closed a threeweeks meet Ing which resulted in great good o that community There were 8 baptizedand 10 were added to the church TOBACCO PLANTING Proba b I threefourth of the projected to bacco acreage in this county has been transplanted In ths White Oak Wyoming and Okla sections considerable neighborhood near Bethel and aroynd this town plants repotted too scarce to complete the transplanting K of P INITIATION Tbe follow ingcame down Saturday night to attend the initiation of Allie M Henry of Yale into the Lodge of Knights ofPythiac Dr S C Alexander Jack Utterback Andy Ballard Young Frank Coch rnoYalej and Frank Nutter of Salt Liok EMBABAHSINO SITUATION One day last week a driver named Me Kee In the employ of a Marietta Ohio nitroglroerine firm left a wagonload of the deadly explosive near Slate bridge on the Preston pike to go and take char eofan overturned wagonload of the ex plosive nepr Frenohburg the driver of which was on a spree The firm telegraphed a reprimand to McKee for leaving bis wagon Mr Mc Kee thereupon telegraphed his resignation and left the wagonload of stuff at the bridge without 1imanday to the great relief of the folks who travel tlie Preston pike The folks here would be glad if a dif ferent route at a remote distance were chosen for shipping nltro glycerine to the oil fieTBe JP r tt t iif fi Y f Jf Ii LT HJr j To the mon who wears a frock conti Vo have tot theta como IIund see for ynurselrvI HROTHKK ik HKOTIIKR STATE BAte MKETS TIio Ken State Bar Association wit hold lie fourth annual meeting at Covington Thursday and Friday Tuno 22 and 23 Gov Folk of MiRsohini will make an address or The Reign ol Law June 22 J Sow RSIiENCJfl5W Lane fjtethiol has bought B M Good gastorssession to given r Goodpnstor will build a tine restv euce on the Hut just west of tIre town limits probably next year DIED SUIIIIENIV tr Nowt F t Icrcv aged ubout9 y mrs died at Howards Mill rather suddenly riaay morning though he had t faimep rnracticedliked and leaves many friends to mourn his deceasecMr STEKLINO NEWS Miss Ma y Gatewood hap been chosen spanksor for the Roy Cluke Camp Louisvillo Confederate reunion Mrs J Davis Sewell died Sun ayof typhoid fever Henry F Oliver of Fulton and Mrs Mottle Coleman widow of Lindsoy Coleman were married at Winchester WILUASIS IAOn Wednesday of last week Elder B II Ross nt the residence of C A Duwson brotherin law of the bride near Wyoming united in marriage Mr Walter Williams son of Mr W W William8 of near Forge Hill and Miss Jennie hello May daughter o f Mack May deceased The at tcndants were Wm Anderson and n piceare congratulated by THE OUT OO1L TELEPHONE BUILOIKC Th o S Home J b braaW W Perry k Cos grocery o f tire former Frntmans Hall forI a rinti irnngOlympla to connect with the line from the tatter to S atprhigswork this week There vill be u stneliey will commence setting poles in tins town for the local service liBr innwill use 65feet pi4e in town in order to clear tire wires of tIre East v titraBATHS APSKSSJJKKT RAisEoThe Board of Equalization ut Frank f ort spews tn bo acting on the iden that the State and counties need a t le money as it has made whole sal raisesof the county assessments s equalized by the county boards Buth county was raised 20 per cent on farming lundfc andcertain class ea of jjersohalty and 10 per cent on town property Judge John A Datigherty and J J Nesbitt zipst eared before tho Board and in uced it to cUt the raise in half aking a 10 per cent increase on arm lands and other personalty han money and 5 per cent in crease on town property Of our neighboring counties icholas was raised 12 per cent on arm lands and personalty Flem ing and Rowan escaping OLD POINT COWKOUT AND TOE SEA nonsO fc O route Saturday uno 10 1005 12 from Lazing on Winchester Mt Sterling and Morehead Trains leave Lexing ton 1120 m and 8 15p m Army and naval exercises battle ships and cruisers in Hampton Rouds during thus period From June 11 to 17 tho Atlantic Squad ronwillattempt the capture of Washington and Baltimore To this end an attack will be made on Fort Monroe Mine explosions torpedoes bombardments etc will furnish the Pomp and Circum stance of War Stopover privilJ oges will bo granted east of Kana ha1oallon the return trip enitb pMountainI interest on the ywayithervia CharlottesvIlle and Stan ton or via Lyjichburg and Natural Bridge al James River Tickets will be good returning until Junc24 1005 Engage sleeping car space now Enquire of your agent for full particulars or write H W FutlerCGeneral Passenger Agent Washington D 0 G W AgentLexington All The Money in California is not train its gold fields Fortunes are made from tho wheat fields and the fruit farms Why not investigate the chances there Through train service Chicago to California via Chicago Milwaukee kSt Paul Railway Union Pacific und Southern Pacific Line Rate for double berth 7 Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santo Barbara or Sacramento Tourist folder with complete information sent free on requeet F A Miller ChicagoaNew York wro McINTIRR DENTIST OwingavilleBanking OW1N35YILLE KY t i jfC I L EPWORTH LEAGUE Coxv ENTION R LexingtonIllthe International Epworh Long no Col1IelvingLexingln enver on application to Rev U G Foote 380 5 Upper St Lexington Ky IfUE SAliA young country minister who hud been presenter w perhtionerle I exhibit him to Iris father The old entleman studied tIre horse care fully and observed that he seemed ery aged and infirm Well father fluid his son I d ont think you ought to complain of him even if he ia old unit feeble It Js A good deal better animal that our Savior rode into Jerusalem h ago1I his hrer I think its the sumo iini WeeklyTUB Ad imi Togo is 48 years old lie- atered tho service of the navy and received the greater purl of his at thoEnglish naval col ge at Greenwich lIe was a Captain in 1894 in command of tho secondclass cruiser Namwu He was with tho first flying squadron sent to China in that war He fell in withu transport the Kowehing withIBritish Captnu and crew and cndlured her The Chinese attempted to escape and alter waiting 20 minutes in which to give the Americans and English unIopportunity to leave tho ship go raised a red flaga signal that h e intended firing Then ho tar pedoed the vessel It was the drat fight of the Togo warIthe battle promoted to be Rear Admiral nd given tho third command in h navywappearance Togo a weathered old son captain lie is about medium height hits a short istly grey beard und like most Jupaneeo olllcer does not km w ow to wear1 a uniform It iina ably wrinkles where it should fl uglywthree islatwanta to the Too eps d his fatheracTnt hoiralycvirs xildntid Jias for uoati U Ire rcara beM looked upon us iii iudsias fUf 1mltusgi uluihityIIc the RUPPO Turkish warnnd popular idol by reasonbecameJ gallant nttnck on tire dads in his gunboat till Under unto ffin 1877 ThJet veneky was promoted to navul corn rounder in 1885 and witS appointed naval itt clre to the Russian Em asy In England where ho closely udtl the organization andequip racnt of tire British navy During the ChinaJapanese war was Alex iJFs second in command of the Russian squadron in tire far east Ho was appointed Rear Admiral in 1902 made an aide decamp of the Czar and succeeded Admiral Atclan as chief of the naval head quarters stair and head of the in telligetce department In this a pacity he was responsible for the equipment of the Baltic fl- eet11aazine NewspaperSubscription Agency I can get any newspa youjustou can get it Wont you see my price- sJAMES M ROSS Owingsville Ky We have in a lot of the celebratedI Kauffman Moy- erJUCG1ES1 both steel and rubber tire Also a line of Driving Wagons and Runabouts of the same make There are none made that ride- likethese buggies and for beauty style and service they head the list Call and see them Estill Honaker Co Masonic Building Owingsville Kentucky l d C i Vimont Street MEAT MARKET C A REED Prop Owingsville Ky Fresh and cured meats constantly on hand Oys ters in season Prompt de ifI21 C O RAILWAY se 1rviceTIME CARD a27l1O3TIME OF TRAINS ATPIIESTONSTATIOK Eastbound- No 26 954 a m No 22 1249 P m No 24 1005 P m Westbound- No 21 648 a m pmNoNos 26 and 23 daily ex c ept Sunday all others ailyeJOHN T KIMBROUGH SON Recommend PARWAMPH as a Mod ReliaBIeV Firsl Lid to the Injured injuretilylow simply because the was notIproperlyicaredforin thebegmning Itis not always possible to secure a physician at a moments notice Marry deaths arc caused by negligence and delay Blood potsouing often results cuts n shot wounds etc because the promptlyParacamjph keepinmanufacturing plant and largo institution should keep Paracampti near at ban It is by medical authx ities to be a most reliable OOthing oral healing agent jtnotonly ops pain quickly but it heals wounds- ithout scars and absolutely bloodpo1soningI home remedy to be pure exactly what is aimed for it If Ou not Par ampli in your lime get a bottle to yourhomequkldylieving orISold only in 2 cOz find lOO bottles ParacamphCompany 1ii WattersonsLatters Europe Wil be A Leading Feature of T- heGourier JournalDuring There attractive will be many otherG goiug to make a completeNnewspaper Mail Rates Daily one yearWyearWeekly i COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY Bya Special Arrangement you con get The Outlook and The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL both one year for only 160 Weekl3Commercial forI4oThe Outlook and dail Louisville Post one year for 385 Get The Outlooks prices everykindand you will see we can do better work at lower prices than you can get elsewhere 1 SheriFFs SALE FOR TAXES MONDAYJ1JNEi29O5tIe s Sheriff or his De put will sell at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Ky the following property to secure payment oftax es for years mention ed Two dollars is added to ach amount to pay cost of advertising cDOWINGSVILLE NO 5 1904 C djJ355 C odJJ345 adjWessley 3 20- Grigp Walter fc Mat 40acres adj John Griggs 90 H adjF4 20 Henry Dan 23 acres udJ Thos RelFett 2 45 Jackson Colemaii lot in Olympia 375 Jackson Marys heirs 40 acres udj Thos Reffett 1 15I Jones Licreta90 acres adjSant ford HIghley 3 35 Knox Charles 2o acres adj Al fred Ingram 1903 and 04 4 00 K adjJ S- oMcKec Mrs Dixie lot in Ow ingsvillo 2 65 Roger James 35 acres adj W C Johnson Y fiST R ndjceo4 60 S adjJ3 35 Wright Wm 1 a 3rel1dj John Wright 1902 1903 1904 5 35 W adjJ6 00 Y adjKate 45 S ndjl85 OWING VILLEi No 5 1904 Carpenter Emanuel 20 acres adj Harve Carpenter 42 90 Carmichael Sabrena 34 acres adj F M Ewings heirs 2 95 Dulf Henry S 87 acres adj G W Turlcy 17 26 Duff Mrs Lou 50 acres adj Shelby Goodpaster 9 30 H alljDllvid2 70 Hess Luther 5 acres adj T J Barnes 4 90- Owingsville Telephone Co 27 55 adjA1 65 Hendrix T J 153 acres adj Frank Hendrix 28 65 WYOMING 1904 P adjCeo6 05 R adjRichard 2 25 Williams Robt 5 acresadjGeo Cupps 1903 2 00 Coyle Jab B8 acres adjJ L Vice 1902 03 04 8 85 Cupps Mary 20 acres adj Iron Ore Co 110 ay John 78 acres adj J M 626NesterParker 2 25 Williams C F 9 acres adjThos Royse 2 20 ilson Eliza 0 acres adj Iron Ore Co 1 10 WIIITESIJLPHUR1904 Davis John J 48 acreaadj Pat Piersall 1903 4 35 McCnrty Joseph 15 acres adj1LB Wills 1903 2 30 Wills Perry A 7 acres adj Goo W Razor JU03 2 00 Crouch Martha 20 acres ndjICuthberC Crouch 50 Crouch Richard M 515 acres MadjC JGeoDavis Squire 40 acres adjKate Pleraall 2 20 Davidson learn two mules 2 20 Foster James 2 acres adj John Wells 2 20 Frederick Geo 1 acre adj Jos Lowe 1 90 Gilvin Heirs 14 acres adj Kate Nickles 75 Horseman A J 110 acres adj Mason Garner 1903 04 16 30 Ilatfield Jonas 40 acres adj Saw Shultz 1903 04 5 65 Jones Edward 1 acre ad lien rietta Norris 5 00 Lowe Jas Jr 2 acres adj Jas Colliver 1903 04 4 25 Lowe Milt 1acroadj Hoze Hart heirs 35 Lowe Jas Sr 10 acres adj Al vira Hart 220 Mvfir Margaret 2 acres ndj J B Spruit 1903 01 3 20 3i XB JZ 1 J NOW IS THE TIME- o tft sate niunoy on tttfggr Harness 1 nve rUorelaflcjfl4pr1laV r HUSH than any honse III Eustorn Kentucky When you buy hal itiw Litestcome and sco my Harness and I will pave year money Everyone knows that my Ky SprIng Saddles arotfio best saiSifl mail IThey ride easier look better and wear longer than any saddle tsnicM any where Como pad see mo ouzel I will suve yon money 1 am yonrs for tire best Saddles and rrtrn s tf0 EUGENE MINIHAN Owingsvflle J- h= h = T RACKETSTORE Vteit out storewhen in town and be convinced that here is the place to trade if you want to youpurchase i Crank Siftir I2c GranitePrcBcrvingKcltleft C025i25 i a Wood Rim Sieves 8c Tin Cake Pans fte- 05clIens Linen Coats Quart Tin Cups 5c2 dozen Pearl Buttons Comb Cases tin 5u S L JhavingLather Brushes 10 5c tinimard5rHarness Snupa 3 for 5o Counterpanes 975irand Vapor sheet 10 Ladies Black Und rkirul 25 llSc ish Mops I 3c Ladies Gingham tliidrnkirt JOlt Potato Mashers 2o Ladies Turnovers 10 Sir Patent Iron Handle 5c Ladies Late Style Hells 25ti Stove Lid Lifters 3c Masons FruitUnre ulLtiweft Lriiu i CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIKT GO TO WM ATCH1SON5i LWery ar Fcca ta6ws OVyiNQSyiLLE KY 4 ij i1t1Sl When iron desires a liVery teanr hit iSo thtt class in every respect v 1 BRANJQNEW VEHICLES l IORSE1Jp FRESH AND PAST lH Atchison feeds your horses at rcjisonabjc jt prices Sales made on commission lti All trains met at Preston at low charges v f WM ATCHISON LIVERY WAN rOwingsille WM R PETERS ir BETHEL KY- Dealer in Furniture Also Undertake t Puneral Director and Iiinualmeiv v 4 Calls promptly obeyed day or night i 4 Seasonable Reasonabk Goods at Low PricespYou are invited to call at our store that you niftjrf i inspect our goods and get lower prices than any where else in town Come in and look We dontexpect you to buy if we dont save you money Make our store your headquarters when in town adies 126 Oxford Shoo 89c Mens 3 00 Viil Kid She vs 211 Ladles 200 Shoe 149 Mens ir OOSiiit OtS Ladles 250 Shoe 193 Mens 12 N Suits 7pLadles 125 Donpola Shoe 89o M enB 1000 Suits 61radies 175 ViclKid Shoe I 25 Mens 7 WlSultB 4Jt adles2OO Vlci Kid Shoo 143 Mens 5 till Suits 849 Ladies 260 Vlci Kid Shoe 198 Boys fxl uitrt l Mens 125 Plow Slice 98c Hoys 2 00 ruts J21 ions 175 Plow Shoe 121 Boys W SiiitK us- ens I200 Plow Shoe 248 Buys t M Lniipr Pants Suits 11B lcn82 Vlci Kid Shoe 1 98 Boys T50 Long Piints Suits 41J8 JNO W MARKLANDi OWINGSVILLE KY Mansfield JacobG 40 acres ndj Wright Ewing 1903 01 9 00 McCarty GeoAnn 40 acres adj Frank Robertson 1 70 McClain Eat s C 1 acre ndj Albert Wills 215 Ogg Lucy B 298 acres adj j R Lewis 1903 01 29 20 Shields Wm trustee for W 0 Giimes adj R M Crouch 6120 Spencer John E one mule 4 35 T adjEliza 05 Wills Ii F lot in Suit Lick 12 20 Williams Geo W100 acresl903 and04acIj JnoW Hum 14 35 t a l a OWINGSVILLE COLORED Bolts Peter II nires 1903 i 00 Dudley cjiimiiel 4 acres IU03 J01 T 435SDIIHInGo lot iitOin ville S 1903 i 3UO FnleyJnnl liltin QivintpViUe 2 65 Green Dociii lot in Otviugs t yule 191301 190 t HUM Abfl lot in Owinosvjlle 3 20 ffj White M irsh20aere adj Perry 0 klfy 270y SETH BOlTS p 4 Sheriff bath Cuuoty j t i r f7TE I f I 5 s t bit N ooL I oct 4Z ci t c OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK i rOUTLOOK PUB CO Fubllihtr 4 OWINQSVILLB KENTUCKY J THE BACHELORS SONG i I In one of theot the Argentine Republic bachelors have to pay a fine ot I jl a month up to the age of 30 i a tmonthfrom 30 to 21 and a month after the ale of 1 Since my twentieth birthday I had tried s j With no success to win a bride My heart had been returned with thanks I By cruel ladles In endless ranks t But Instead of the balm that the jilted f lacks i Hie state came down on me with afarr j And I saw my sa vines disappear At the rate of Jt every year 1F It came a bit expensive for I I want a wealthy bachelor Tearing my purse wouldnt stand the drain q At the ageof thirty I tried again Bought new clothes of the latest style- bU Practiced a fascinating smile 4 ButwhysI cannot understand Nobody wanted my heart and hand And the state In Its brutal callous way Doubled the tax it made me pay Pounds to the number of twenty four 4 I paid for being a bachelor My fiftieth birthday found me still IA single lacK In search of a Jill Hairlets hopeless dull and stout Troubled too with a twinge of gout And for all my exertions I could not Find any one willing to share my lot But did the state feel sorry forms No it multiplied my fine by three Seventy pounds and a couple more I paid for being a bachelor t I write these lines with a borrowed quill On the back of an unpaid tailors bill As clever readers will doubtless guess S The local workhouse Is my address It seems the only refuge for Sr A cruelly harried bachelor Ix Qdon Dally Chronicle SsrJ l Dri and I4j By IRVING BACHELLEB 1Author el Eben Hen Danl of the Blessed lilac Etc I I wOopjrtthtMWBT Lourap rabUihlnc Company cl CHAPTER XXIICOXTIXUED f As I stood by quivering with excite ment I saw him get a slash in the shoulder He stumbled falling heav ily Then quickly forgetting my sex but not wholly I hope the conduct that becomes a woman I caught the point of the saber now poised to run him through with the one I carried 5 He backed away hesitated for he had 4 5t seen my hat and gown Butt made after him with all the fury I felt and sa soon bad him In action He was tired I have no doubt anyway I whirled his- caber and broke his hold whipping It I to the ground That was the last we saw of him for he made ortln the dark b faster than I could follow The trouble was all over save the wound of theI k corporal which was not as bad as I l thought He was up and one of them ft surgeon was putting stitches in his c upper arm Others were tying four C men together wlthrope Their weap 4 ons were lying In a little heap near by I One of the British was saying that Sir Charles Gravlelgh had sent for 4 them to ride after the coach Jerushy Jane Pepper said the man- Dri Never seen no sech wllcat uv a woman es thet air Ilookeddown at my gown I felt of my hat now banging over one ear S Sure enough I was a woman rWhope ye I like f know said j tIienan DrI- Ramon 1J lla Yankee soldier of a i the rank of captain I said stripping i off my gown But I beg of you dont tell the ladles I was ever a woman Judas Priests said Dri as he j flung his well arm around vme XXIIIWI felt foolish for a moment I had careful plans for Mme St Jovite She Wculd have vanished utterly on our tUl11o I fancy none would have been the wiser But in that brief sally I had killed the madame she could sere me no more I have been careful In my account of this matter l t to tell all just as it happened to put upon It neither more nor less ofro mantle color than we saw Had I the skill and license of a novelist I could ss hue made much of my little mystery but there are many now living who S remember all these things and then I am a soldier and too old for a new business So I make as much of them as there was and no more In private theatricals an evening at Tf the Harbor I had won applause with the rig wig and dialect of my trip to Wrentham Square So when I pro i posed a plan to my friend the general 5 urging the peril of a raw hand with a trust of Jiomuch Importance he had BO doubt of my ability r I borrowed a long coat having put b off my dress Jand when all was ready went with alantern to get the ladies Louise recognized me fleet c 4 Grace au del le capltajne said the running to meet me ta I dropped my lantern as we came face to face and have ever been glad of that little accident for there in the dark my arms went around her anI- s our lips met for a silent kiss full of btetory and of holy confidence Then 4 e she put hr hand upon my face with a a gentle caressing touch and turned her own way 4t s amI very very glad to see you I said Dieu Said her sister coming near f we should be glad to see you if it were possible s I lighted the lantern hurriedly Clel the light becomes him said l4 Louison her grand eyes aglow l But before there was time to answer I had kissed her also I He Is a bold thing she added iturning soberly to the baroness a bold thing and a happ thing I answered Forgive me I should not be so bold if I were notwell Insanely happy 7 2SIs only a boy1 said the baron ess as she kissed me z Pooc little Ingenu said Louison J patting ray junn 1I Louise tall and lovely and sedate rJ as ever stood near me primping her lIi boimet titj Little ingenu she repeated with a I faint laugh of irony as she placed the 2talnty thing on her head Well what do you think of him said Louisoa turning to help her Dleu that be is very blgand dread I imi said the other seberlyI should rl think we had better be going These things move slowly on paper 5r painfullyshortji a tnlEuteful I should say On ourway iJ to the lights they plied me with whjs ii pered Queries and were in fear of more e irtt fighting The prisoners were now In 7 the coach and our menthere were t C 12 stood OH every side of it their pikes in band The boats were nears and we hurried to the river by a tote JOIU chooser lay some 30 reds i 4 v2 js jt i 1 oJ ioi1r tr Tt0C i 14 4r riI r sJ r J l l Sa A 55 off a point A bateau and six canoes were waiting on tho beach and when we I unbound the prisonersIYou can get ashore with this bateau I said You will find the horses tied to a tree Wha does thet mean said Dri That we have no right to hold them was my answer Ronley was in no way responsible for their com ingLeaning over the side with a lantern while one of our men held the bateau I motioned to the coachman Give that humberreller to the butler with my compliments I whis anchors lip our sails took the wind In a jiffy Member hoW we used ye Dri called to the receding Britishers anI ef ye ever meet a Yankee try t be pllte tew 1m Dawn had come before we got ort at the Harbor dock I took the ladles to an inn for breakfast wrote a report and went for my horse and uniform Gen Brown was buttoning his sus penders when they admitted me to his roomWhat luck my boy said he All ha returned safely including the ladles I replied quickly and I have the honor to submit a report He took a chair and read the report carefully and looked up at me laugh IngWhat a lucky and remarkable young man said he I declare you should have lived In the Middle Ages Ah then I should not have en joyed your compliments or your friend ship was my answer He laughed again heartily Nor the demoiselles said he I congratulate you They are the love heat of their sex but Im sorry theyre notAmericansTime I have decided that one of them shall become an American said I with all the confidence of youth It is quite an undertaking said he You may find new difficulties Their father is at the chateau Msieur de Lambert I exclaimed Msleur de Lambert Came yester day via Montreal with a fine young noblemanthe Count Esmon de Brov el said he You must look out for him he has the beauty of Apollo and the sword of a cavalier And I no fear of him I answered soberly with a quick sense of alarm They rode over in the afternoon with Chaumont he went on It WE WENT RIDING THAT AFTER NOON seeing the young ladies father getting no news of them had became worried Well you may go and have three days for your fun I shall need you presently Breakfast over I got a team for the ladles and mounting my own horse rode before them I began to consider a very odd thing In this love experience While they were in captivity I had begun to think less of Louison and more of Louise In truth one face had faded a little in my memory the other somehow had grown clearer and sweeter as if by a light borrowed from the soul behind it Now that I saw Loulson her splendid face and figure appealed to me with all the power of old She was quick vivacious subtle cunning aware and proud of her charms and ever making the most of them She ah yes she could play with a man for the mere pleasure of victoryif she were not in love with him This type of woman had no need of argument to make me feel her charms With her the old doubt had returned to me for how long I wondered Her sister was quite her antithesisthoughtful slow serious eventempered frank unconscious of her beauty and with that wonderful thing a voice tender and low and sympathetic and full of an eloquence I could never understand although I felt it to my fingertips I could not help loving her and indeed what man with any life in him feels not the power of such a woman That morn ing on the woodspike I reduced the problem to its simplest terms the one was a physical type the other a spiritual Msieur le Capltaine said Louison as I rode by the carriage what became of the tall woman last night Left us there in the woods I an swered She was afraid of you Afraid of me Why WelL I understand that you boxed her cars shamefully- A merry peal of laughter greeted my wordsSIt was too bad you were very harsh said Louise soberly I could not help it she was an ugly awkward thing said Loulson I could have pulled her nose And ItHseems you called her a geante also I said She was quite offended It was a compliment said the girl She was an Amazonlike the counts statue of Jeanne dArc Poor thing she could not help it LouiseWell Louison with a sigh of regret If I ever see her again I shall give her a fivefranc piece- There was a moment of silence and broke itI hope this afternoon you will let me ride that horse said she On one condition was my reply And it is That you will let me ride yours at the same time Agreed was her answer Shall we go at three With the consent of the baroness and and your father I said Father exclaimed the two girls Your father I repeated He is now at the chateau Heavens said Louison What will he say said the bar onessIam so gladmy dear papa said Louise clapping her hands We were out of the woods now and could see the chateau lathe uplands It J ch 1M A t fF itJ f r j 1S c rtf o u ICHAPTER XXIV There was a dignity in the manners of M de Lambert to me formidable and oppressive It showed In his taU erect figure his deep tone his silvered hair and mustache There was a merry word between tho kisses of one daughter between those of the other only tears and a broken murmur Oh papa said Louison as she greeted him I do love oubut I dread that tlckly old mustache Mon Delu what a lover you must have beenThen she presented me and put her hand upon my arm looking proud ly at her father My captain said she Did you ever see a handsomer Frenchman There arc many and hero is one said he turning to the young count who stood behind hima fine youth tall strongbuilt wellspoken with blond hair and dark keen eyes I ad mit frankly I had not seen a better figure of a man I assure you he had the form of Hercules the eye of Mars It was an eye to cOmmandwomen- for I had small reason to admire his courage when I knew him better H took a hand of each young lady and kissed It with admirable gallantry Dleu it is not so easy always to agree with ones father said Louison We went riding that afternoon Therese and her marquis and Loulson and I The first two went ahead of us we rode slowly and for a time no word was spoken Winds had stripped the timber and swept its harvest to the walls and hollows where It lay bleach- Ing in the sun Birch and oak and maple were holding bared arms to the wind as if to toughen them for storm and stress I felt a mighty sadness wondering If my own arms were quite seasoned for all that was to come The merryhearted girl beside me was ever like a day of June the color of the rose in her cheek its odor al ways In her hair and lace There was never an hour of autumn in her life Alas you are a very silent man said she presently with a little sigh Only thinking I said Of what Dleu of the dead summer I con UnuedSBelieve me it does not pay to think she interrupted I tried It once and made a sad discovery- Of what A fool said she laughing I should think ItIt might have been a coquette said I lightly Why upon my word said she 1 believe you misjudge me Do you think me heartless For the first time I saw a shadow in herfaceNo but you are young andand beautiful and What sjie broke In Impatiently as I hesitated I long to know Men wiHlove you In spite of all you can do I added Captain said she turning her face awaySMany will love you andand you can choose only onea very hard thing to do possibly Not hard said she if I see th- orlghtonoandandhe loves me al soI had kept myself well In hand Jar I was full of doubts that day but the clever girl came near taking me horse loot and guns that moment She spoke so charmingly she looked so winning and then was it not easy to ask if I were the lucky one She knew I loved her I knew that she had loved me and I might as well confess But no I was not ready You must be stern with ttte others you must not let them tOll you I went on- Clel said she laughing one night as well go to a nunnery May- not a girl enjoy her beauty It Is sweet to her But do not make it bitter for the poor men Dleu I am one ot them and know their sorrows And youyou have been Inlove1 Desperately I answered clinging by the fingertips Somehow we kept drifting into fateful moments when a word even might have changed all that has beenOur life way the skies above us the friends we have known our loves our very souls She turned smiling her beauty lashing up at me with a power quite Irresistible I shut my eyes a moment summoning nIl my forces There was only a step between me andGod knows what Captain you are a foolish fellow said she with a little shudder An- dIwell I am cold Parbleu feel my hand I She had drawp her glove quickly ndTield out her hand white and beau tiful a dainty finger in a gorget of gems That little cold trembling hand seemed to lay hold of my heart and pulled me to her As my lips touched tbe palm I felt Its mighty magic Dear girl I wonder If she planned that trial for me We must ride faster Youyou- are cold I stammered She held her hand so that the sun light flashed on the jewels and looked down upon It proudly Do you think it beautiful she askedSyes and wonderful I said But mark me it is all a sacred trust the beauty you have sacred than the power of kings I said- Preacher said she with a smile You should give yourself to the church I can do better with the sword of iteel I said But do not be sad Cheer up dear fellow she went on patting my elbow WIth a pretty mockery We wp men are notnot so bad When I find the man I love Her voice faltered as she began fuss Ing with her stirrup- I turned with a look of Inquiry changing quickly tQone of admiration I shall make him love me if I can she went on soberly And if he does1 queried my blood quickening as oUr yes met Dleu I would do anything for him said she I turned away looking off at the brown fields Ah then for a breath my heart begged my will for utterance Time first word passed my lips when there came the sound of galloping hoofs and Therese and the marqul Come dreamers said the former as they pulled up beside us A cold dInner is the worst enemy of happl nessAnd he is the worst robber that shortens the hour of love said the marquis smiling We turned following them at a swift gallop They had helped me out of that mire of ecstasy and now I was glad for on my soul I believed the fair girl had one more to her liking and was only playing for my scalp And at last I had begun to know my own heart or thought I had lYe came over that eventng with a letter from Gen Brown He desired me to report for duty next day or two- To Be Continued s 1lEfJItI i1r v f f rSS5 f 0- SAVED SO AS BY FIRE rsar is Quit BIBLE STORY by theHighway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between the Lines of Cods Inspired Word Copyright by J U YAwn Scripture Authority In the days of Lot the did eat they drank they bought they fold they planted they budded but the same day that Lot went out of Sodom It rained fire and brimstone from heaven and destroyed them all Even so shall It be In the day when the Son of man Is revealed LuktS 172830 If any mans work shall be burned he shall surfer loss but he himself shall be saved yet so as by fire1 Cor 315 Head also Gen 191529 must not tarry It is not gc rn1I0U for tears but action for the of the Lord draweth nigh I Wi Thy weeping can jifk not recall the past It were the better part of wisdom to e1 make the most of the present Thus spake tha d Iir Lords messengers to Lot as he sat bored in grief on his return from his daughters to whom he had gone with his warning of the coming destruction of Sodom and who ball mocked him and scorned his message The gray dawn of the morning had yielded to the brighter clearer light whose coming proclaimed the arrival at the eastern gates of tbe heavens of the king of day Never had fairer day begun over Sodom The gentle breezes played softly through the tree tops and ever and anon dipped low and fanned the cheeks of the inhabitants as they passed hither and thither on pleasure or business bent The birds sang and no discordant note broke the harmony of the morning The sharp authoritative voice of his guests aroused Lot and turning to his wife and two daughters who had stood in silence during his recital of the results of his visit to his married daughters he said in broken husky voice Come Let us be going With a despairing look about the handsome room at the rich curtainlngs and the soft couches Mrs Lot bowed her head on her daughters shoulder and moaned Oh must we go Oh why is God so cruelSFrightened at his wifes speech and fearing that it would displease the Lords messengers Lot responded sharplySWe must Come But must we leave all our beautiful things behind Oh May we not pack up and take some of our treasures with us Oh yes papa if we must go let us not emptyhanded broke in one of the daughters in beseeching tones wringing her hands and throw ing herself at her fathers feet There is that new mantle of mine and that Jewelry and that pretty pottery you bought in the market place the other day from that Egyptian trader Oh may we not take some of our beautiful things In agony of spirit the distracted father looked up helplessly at the two messengers who were impatiently wait- Ing but in their stern set faces be found no encouragement to emphaslio thq appeal of hls wife and daughters and the words which he was about to speak died upon his lips and only a deep hopeless sigh escaped him In that moment he knew that It must be a choice between life and death between deliverance at Gods hands and the treasures of Sodom Oh the agony leayehisby the fierce conflict he sank upon the couch and beating the air with his clenched fists he moaned over and over agaInWoe is me Woe Is me And in the moment of such indecision when the soul is halting between the choice of the things of this life and tho things of God how merciful God is in His dealings awayAndauthorItativeArise take thy wife and thy two daughters which are here lest thou be consumed in the iniquity of the city And while Lot lingered the men laid hold upon his hand and upon the hand of his wife and upon the handS of exclaimingCome of God will overtake you and thou wilt miserably perish In the destruction of the city Hastily through the door they passed pushingfollowing the other messenger with the twp girls As they crossed the courtyard of the house to the street the servants ceased their exciting converse over tho strange happenings but no one asked whither they were going or why they went for the violence of the night and the words of the Lords messengers were known to them but they believed them not and had they dared theyI would have laid violent hands nponthe two men and prevented the flight of their master and mistress and his two daughters But the memory of what the strangers had done unto the raging mob the night before as it surged back and forth before Lots door filled them with strange fear and awe and they only followed the retreating forms with dark looks and muttered oaths One of the group reached forth his hand in an uncertain aimless man ner as one might do in the darkness when feeling for something which the eye could not see and at last after circling the air he touched the gar ment of one standing near and laying his hand upon him he asked eagerly What Is it I hear hurried foot steps Who has fled It is our Master Lot and his fam fly hastening from the city with the two strangers responded the one addressed fiercely At the mention of the two strangers the first speaker uttered a vile impre cation and hissed through his teeth And they leave me this motion Liked the Prescription About a year ago Dr Gray lost a wallet containing a large sum of mon eYeHe offered a liberal reward for its return but the party who found It thought the whoe thing wai better than thb reward The other day the doctor entered his coal house and the first thing he saw was his wallet andI protruding from the end was a card beaTing the Inscription DoctorI lease fill this inscription again Jarden City Kan Herald IIIC t I dii11 1 j tD 7 li f f tl r- rsS despairingly towards his eyes thai ling out In glassy dead stare iron sockets Ah If we had onl hold of those fellows last nigh- before this strdnge curse fell upon us they never would bo leaving the city thusWhen they came last night I liked not their looks and felt that they came to stir up trouble in cur city and whet I overheard them speaking to my master of the wickedness ot the city and that the place was to be destroyed ii fierce hatred seized me And was it you who stirred up the people against them asked thi other That It was And had sudden t blindness not overtaken us so that w could no come at the door we should have seized them and torn them liI piecesSThus talking they watched the flee Ing forms until they disappeared Gone laconically exclaimed an other of tha group and then seized by a suddan inspiration he cried Am whose shall all these things be mo tioning towards the house By way of response a simultaneomI rush was made for the which Lot and his family had just come and the blind man with slow uncertain footsteps followed as best hi could and soon high carnival reignec withinIn meantime the messengers clinging fast hold of their halfreluc tant charges hastened towards the citys gate Past the busy scenes ol r the citys life without stopping to note the dark sneers or heed tho mocking laugh and insulting speech of the groups of people that filled the streets they soon came to the market place where for so many years Lot had ruled There was his seat of authority there were tho merchants gathered there were all the activities and interesti over which he had ruled so success fully and now dignity honor treasure gone he was being swept helplessly by the scenes of his triumphs and out of the city by these two strangers Is it any wonder that a shout of derision and scorn arose Is it any wonder that in that wicked city hell was let loose that morning and the pandemonium of reckless spirits ruled Ah what a parting message that was to Lot from his fellowtownsmen Lot breathed a sigh of relief when tho awful ordeal was over and the messengers had gotten them well out of the city but they never paused in their flight until they came to the place where Lot had first pitched his tent years before and where yielding to the attractions of Sodom he had moved thither Then spake one of the messengers saying Escape for thy life look not behind thee neither stay thou in all the plain escape to the mountain lest thou be consumed And Lot said unto them Oh not so my Lord Behold now thy servant hath found grace in thy sight and thou hast magnified thy mercy which thou hast showed unto me in saving my life and I cannot escape to the mountain lest some evil take me and I die Behold now this city Is near toxflee unto and It is a little one Oh let me escape thither is it not a little one and my soul shall live And he said unto him See I have accepted thee concern ing this thing also that I will not overthrow this city for which thou hast spoken Haste thee escape thither for I cannot do anything till thou be come thither And with this parting warning the messengers of the Lord disappeared leaving Lot and his wife and daughters to make their way alone Come Let us hasten cried Lot feeling the terror of the impend ing Judgment and heeding the parting warningThus on they continued their flight and tbe only sounds which broke the stillness of the morning airwere the songs of the birds as they skimmed on the bosom of the suns golden light then streaming over the earth and an occasional sob and moan from Mrs LotBut soon her steps began to lag behind and to Lots urgent appeal that she remember the warning to linger not or look behind she returned impa tient and angry reply Her heart and her treasure were behind her and how could her feet move where her heart and desire did not go also In agony of fear Lot half dragged half pushed his wife along the while pleading with her to remember the warnings and the destruction which lay behindLet Not another step will I take at last she exclaimed fiercely And then losing herself completely she began to rave over the treasures and life which she had left behind Sodom to be destroyed I dont believe It she shouted Go on to Zoar if you want to Im going back to Sodom and tearing herself loose from the grasp of her husband she sped back over the plain Lot dare not pursue after her for the words of the Lords messengers sounded in his ear Look not behind thee neither stay thou in all the plain And BO beating his bosom in the agony of his Increasing despair he continued on his way with his two daughters who were weeping bitterly So they came to Zoar and as they entered a sudden fearful roar rent the air the earth trembled beneath their feet a lurid flash crossed the heavens brighter than the suns glare and then darkness covered Zoar while over the plain below there rose the fire and smoke as though from a mighty furnace And away off to the northwest on Hebrons lofty heights a solitary soul kept silent vigil Early that morn lag Abraham had sought the place where he stood before the Lord No sleep had closed his eyes that night And now as he looked towards Sodom and Gomorrah and towards all the land of the plain he beheld and lo the smoke of the country went up as the smoke of a furnace And Abra him as he stood there had the sweet consciousness of tho Lords presence and that his prayer had been heard and Lot delivered from the overflow and as he bowed his head reverently he said Thanks be to Thee Thou God of heaven and earth for thy changeless love and thy enduring mercy Lot me not depart therefrom Russian Warhorse Gen Linevitch has been in the Russian army about half a century As early as 1859 he was fighting the Circas sians and the wild tribes of Dag stan who were led by the renowned Schamyl In the Crimean warhe was twice wounded Since then be hasbeen lame He Is extremely popular with the rank and file who call him Papa Linevitch The general is descended from an old Polish family is of noble birth and well educated V fP ollY I 1dTHOMAS COCKRILL The Complaint Was Made By Bessl Hamilton Lexington Ky June 5 Thomas Cockrill who killed Den liargls and started the noted HargisCockrlll feud In Breathitt county was arrested on complaint of Bessie Hamilton who alleges that Cockrill went to her house during her absence and took posses sion of a picture An Interesting feat uro of the arrest Is the fact that the Hamilton woman was the innocent cause of trouble between Cockrill and Hargis which resulted in the death of Hargls closely followed by the assas sinations of Jim Cockrill and Dr B U Cox the brother and guardian of Tom Cockrill At the time of the first difficulty between Hargls and Cockrill Bessie Hamilton was living in this city and Cockrill had been keeping company with her and on one of his visits to see her he found young Hargis at thb house A slight disturbance took place at the time but friends patched up a truce and after that Cockrill and Hargis seemed to be on good terms again This first quarrel however was soon started again in Jackson when the men met in a blind tiger and during the flit which followed Hargis was shot to death and Cock rill receive several wounds which kept him confined to the hospital for some timeThe picture Cockrill Is charged with taking from the Hamilton home is a likeness of himself which it is said the girl prized very highly and when she found that Cockrill had taken possession of it and thinking her long friendship with him was perhaps broken she resorted to a warrant to get the photograph back RIDES HOME WITH BANDITS C L McClanahan Was Held Up and Robbed of 50 Covington Ky June 5c L Mo Clanahan 65 West Robin street after being held up and robbed of 50 by three men on the crowded street car platform at the Lagoon rode to Coy ington on the same car with the ban dits who are at largo despite the fact that McCIanahan got off the car and notified the police McCIanahan says he is the victim of one of the most re markabe holdups ever accomplished- His assailants grappling with him went through his pockets so quickly that he didnt think to yell until his wallet was gone Then In the scram ble for cars nobody heard or heeded him He saw the robbers board a car He boarded the same one When they reached Covington McClanahan slyly dropped off and rushed for the police He found them but they havent found the bandits TWO BULLET WOUNDS Had Them Dressed But Wouldnt Toll Where He Got Them Frankfort Ky June 5A well dressed and handsome but mysterious stranger with two fresh bullet holes In his anatomy called on Dr C K Wal lace to have his wounds dressed The stranger was reticent and gave no Intimation as to how he received the wounds One hole was in the right shoulder and the other in the back Just beow the Shoulder blade The probe failed to locate the bullets so the wounds were dressed without remov ing them and then the stranger disappeared It Is supposed he had a shoot ing scrape in some neighboring town and came here to prevent the facts leaking out by going to some doctor that knew him Kentucky Bonds Paid Frankfort Ky June 5The last of Kentuckys registered bond issue of 500000 made in 1885 was paid off when ten bonds of 1000 each with 200 Interest were presented for redemption This leaves the state In debt to the extent of 26 coupon bonds of 1000 each and there II a cash balance of over 400000 in the treasury to pay current expenses Must Dig Up the Dog Louisville Ky June GAfter long deliberation the ground committee of be Cave Hill Cemetery Co has decided to order Mr and Mrs W Y Hansbrpugh of 740 Fifth street to die inter the remains of their pet dog Billy Hansbrougb which was buried In a casket Found Dead In Bed Newport Ky June 5W S Hedg er31 was found dead in bed at his home 10 West Front street Hedger Isa toolmaker and lives with his wid owed mother Coroner HIgglns believes his death was due to heart trouble Boy In Stabbing Affray Lexington Ky June SIn a ficht at Spearsville this county Will Scott cut and dangerously wounded Walter Price a son of E B Price They are 19 and 15 years old respectively Scott was arrested and placed in Jail here Mill Man Dies Suddenly Newport Ky June 5Thos Baugh 56 a mill man died suddenly at his home 235 West Tenth street He bad prepared to retire when he was seized with shortness of breath and expired after gasping once or twice Is Made Superintendent Lexington Ky June 5S A Wath en of Louisville has been appointed supervisor of the Kentucky Distillers and Warehouse Co and headquarters will be moved from this city to Louis ville BACIAL PECULIARITIES In Naples the women often use thimbles made of lava In Japan fishmongers always vend their wares alive- Laplanders not infrequently cover 150 miles a day on their skates A French landowner is forced by law to divide his estate equally between his children The Hottentots now one of the low est races of men were ages ago one of the most highly civilized In Austria a man and a woman are supposed to be capable of conducting a home of their own from the age of 14 In Bohemia courtships are abnormally long In that country engagements frequently last from 15 to 20 years The Imperial decree regarding the appropriation of temples for schools says the Shanghai North China Her aId Is feeing carried out in AnhuLi At Luchoufu four very large images servants to the god of literature have been torn down to make room for lit tie Chinese boys to study English iiliiil 1t o tL t i t72 t I 555S e TALES 0V THE TIKES Once the late bishop of London was ordered by his physician to spend the winter In Algiers The bishop said it was Imprasible he bad so many en gagements Well my lord bishop said the specialist it either means Al giers or Heaven Oh In that case said the bishop Ill go to Algiers Mathematics being tbe topic of conversation of a group In an English inn one evening one of the company propounded the oldtime problem If a herring and a half cost a penny and a half what would three herrings cost There was a silence for several minutes while all sat smoking and thinking At last one of the thinkers spoke sill did you say erring or mackerelILinemen were engaged in putting up telegraph poles on land belonging to an old farmer who objected The men produced a paper by which they said they were allowed to put the poles there they pleased The farmer went Sack and turned a large bull Into the Jteld The savage beast made after the men and the old farmer seeing them running shouted Show him the pa per Show him the paper A young bride was recently Invited to a bridge luncheon and after spend ing a delightful afternoon was told by her hostess that she was In debt 75 Unaware that she had been playing for money she was horrified at the Idea of having to ask her husband forthe necessary amount She mournfully confided her woes to him and he Im mediately wrote a check for 7650 and sent It to the hosiess The hostess believing that a mistake had been made informed him that be had sent 150 too much However he re turned It with the curt statement that the 75 settled the bridge score and the balance was for his wifes lunch eon RAILROAD RATE LEGISLATION It Is Unconstitutional and Unneces sary to Confiscate the Property of the Railways Testifying before the Senate Committee at Washington InterState Commerce Commission Prouty said in dis cussing the proposition to give to that Commission the power to regulate rail way rates- I think the railways should make their own rates I think they should be allowed to 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from the plantation It Is carefmlly roast ed at our factories and ecare1yS r packed ta 1 Ib sealed packages i aad not opened again HBtil needed Q for ase la the home This precludes the possibility ot adulteration or contact with germs dirt dust Insects or uncleaR hands The absolute purity of UON COFFEE Is therefore guaranteed to the consumer Sold packageSaveSOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE L5WOOLONSPICE CO Toledo Ohio 5r Flavor FoodProdueteThe tiuwtiilnf laser an J stUdying quality of ZJXBTS POTTED DEVILED WillS te do ti Libb chef ud ta th mrtir sC ttnocth St lAs tigmltuu Slid Libbys V rod Products For Brokf vt Dinnr nd Supper Corned Boot Ha h Brisket Boef Boneles Chlckta Veal Loaf Soups Vienna Stvtwatf- Tkty art r o V tcjr r yomr Grocer Aaj 1bm SS Libby McNeW S Libby CMcai w- I I 1 I ItI I SUMMARY OF THE IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings That Oc curred During the Past Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS 4 Exciting Event In the United States and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crime and Casualties t 1 War Items e he number of Russian vessels of JlscriPtions Bunk and captured by b 1itAdm Togos fleet In tho great naval battle in Korea straits now stands at 19 It is possible that three addltloual warships were sunk In the fight Satur day and others later Nearly 3000 prisoners were taken including Rr 1Adm Nebogatoff Adm Rojestvon skys battleship was also sunk Adm Rojestvensky has arrived at Sasebo on board the torpedo boat de Thejhead back and chest Adm Togo re that In the naval engagement Korea straits the Russians lost vessels of all kinds Two sue 1ports in reaching Vladivostok About prisoners were taken The flag e of Adm Rojestvensky was among sunk and the admiral bad 4lywounded struggled In the waves Later he was picked up by a Russian torpedo boat A Toklo correspondent reports that I the cruiser Gromobol of the Vladlvo pstok squadron with nearly 800 men p 2l on board Issued from Vladivostok in the hope of joining the remnant of Rojcstvenskys fleet and that It struck a Japanese mine and sunk with all hands The correspondent says it is t believed that Vice Adm Skrydloff was I GromoboltAdm Togo reports that all the captured ships sent to Sasebo have ar rived and that their crews have been landed Adm Rojestvensky who was I wounded has entered the naval hos pital Tke correspondent of the Glasgow f Herald at St Petersburg wires his paper that the czar is obstinately set against the proposition for suing for a peace The Japanese losses in the battle of the Sea of Japan were 113 officers and 1 4Jmenkilled and 424 officers and men cwounded The completion of the re vised list shows that the losses were under the original estimates a It is likely that Rr Adm Nebogatoff I will be courtmartialed and probably shot for surrendering the ships under his command to the Japanese in the naval battle in Korea straits An ex amination of his ships show that though the guns were rusty and the S bottoms of the vessels covered with seaweed there was no lack of fighting 4 resources There were heaps of amp munition and no trace of damage by the Japanese shells In response to thousands of sugges tions and inquiries received by the Japanese navy department has decid lr ed to erect an enormous lighthouse = on Oklnso island as a monument to commemorate Adm Togos naval vic ryk the Japanese boarded the tor tOpedo boat destroyer Bcdovi after com t disabling her Adm Rojestven sky was the last man to be discovered He was hiding at the bottom of the destroyer and was bleeding freely from many wounds The Japanese celebrated the victory 1atthe naval battle of the Sea of Japan in Honolulu by a big torchlight and Japanese lantern procession Four thousand Japanese turned out in the parade Three Russian which4 warships es capeddurIng the great sea battle in the Korean Straits are now in the custody of the American naval au r thorities at Manila They were gath ered in by Rr Adm Train command er of the United States naval forces in the Philippines while seeking refdge from possible Japanese pursuers Miscellaneous News Without a dissenting vote both 4 branches of the Philadelphia councils withdrew the ordinance authorizing Vj the lease of the city gas works to the I United Gas Improvement Co for a period of 75 years The president had intended to begin his southern trip early in October but within a day or two he has concluded to postpone the departure until the 17th The trip will consume about two 1 weeks t The beautiful bronze statue of Gen Slocum by McMonnes was unveiled f a in New York Two great stands fac i Iingthe statue were filled with people Jl The arrival of the presidential party was signalled by the firing of a salute 4 of 21 guns The president delivered an address ExGov Robert Wilkinson Furnas of f BrownvllIeV Neb died of diabetes in 1 a Lincoln hospital ExGpv Furnas tr hasTaeen a resident of Nebraska since I e1856when he came from Ohio Secretary Morton received informa t ion that the original commission of j John Paul Jones as a captain in the navy lias been located in Philadelphia j fr and he will InlUate an effort to obtain It for the navy department av Two miners were killed at the Wal 1 pole mine at Iron Mountain Mich by a a fall of overhanging ore Both are I o burled 600 feet below surface and z r crews are at work digging for them t Two Japanese subjects left Texas for f the Orient for military duty This makes nine Who have gone from Text as to take part in the struggle with f Vthe Russians r9 t William Rosenbrock and John Bold 1wereInstantly killed and William Gool 4 injured at a barn raising on the farm of Mrs Jacob Heister north of Albion Mich 7 An order for 150 additional locomo tJ lives for the Imperial government rail ways of Japan his been received by 4 a Philadelphia corporation making 250 1 ordered from the cOncern since the f bh flrzt of thIs year AtJJ 1 t The Jijl Shlmpo newspaper of To f prhtYsent to lord Curzon 5000 oj l d 0 lIef 0f sufferers in the recent ct jMrtjKuakc with an expression of sym lort 4 National memorial day was observed i P Little Rock Ark with elaborate ceremonies including a parade and oj commemorative exorcises in the Na f Itbnal cemetery t iHore than half a million dollars in j1o public bequests is distributed by the- yill1 of the late Mrs Edward C Thay tf en of Keene N a jut admitted to I fVV t I tI iitoj JiS itJ 1 Ii jr tt t ro J j f3if tr v it aM I1rV 0 t p f Pf7 t 1 1 iiJ t or t President Roosevelt has authorized the announcement that Charles J Boniparte of Baltimore would bo appointed secretary of tho navy to suc ceed Paul Morton who earlier In tho day stated he would retire July 1 to go to New York to tako chargo of plans for the construction of the subway system for operation In connec tion with the surface line Joseph M Weber has arranged with a number of Chicago and New York capitalists to erect In Chicago a hippo drome to cost 1400000 An attempt to assassinate King Alfonso was made at midnight In Paris As his majesty drove with President loubet from a gala performance at the Grand opera house a bomb thrown by an anarchist exploded with deadly effect near the royal carriage The two escaped unharmed but five per sons were seriously Injured and a number of cavalry horses were killed or maimed Several arrests were madeThe monthly circulation statement Issued by the controller of the cur lency shows that at tho close of busl ness May 21 the total circulation of rational bank notes outstanding amounted to 488327516 The United States bureau of forestry has begun three extensive projects un der Its forestry planting operations for the season Fifty thousand trees are to be planted In the Pikes Peak forest reserve 300000 along tho lines of the Delaware Hudson River railroad and the Northern Pacific road John E Madden a wellknown race horse owner and trainer has decided to retire from the turf In the trial of Wm G Crawford charged with conspiracy with Machcn and Lorenz to defraud the government the latter testified that he turned states evidence not to save himself and with no hope of reward He said he was not guilty of all the charges against him and deemed it a duty to himself to give all information to the governmentWith gentle touch of a hand up on a golden telegraph instrument President Roosevelt from tho white house gave the signal which formally opened to the world tho Lewis and Clark Centennial exposition at Port land Ore a monument to the memo ties of Capts Merriwether Lewis and William Clark the pioneers who 100 years ago blazed the trail which open ed to the world the Old Oregon countrrj The monthly comparative statement of the government receipts and expen ditures shows that for the month of May 1905 the total receipts were J43 758933 and the expenditures 46719 055Jewels worn by Queen Isabella of Spain are to be sold soon to build a library at Leland Stanford university The gems were purchased by the late Mrs Leland Stanford for 1000000 The Russian Grand Duke Vladimir has been sentenced to death by the TerroristsThe general ordered the transfer of the field division headquar ters of the rural free delivery service now konwn as the Cincinnati to Indianapolis effective July divisionI The president has appointed ond lieutenants of Infantry Charles W McClure son of Maj Charles McClure 14th Infantry Pickens B Woodson of Texas formerly of the Rough Riders and John H Ellerson of Virginia Secretary Taft presented to the pres Ident an Invitation from the Ohio state fair to attend the fair In September The president was obliged to decline on account of olher engagements Princeton university has secured pos session of the Merwlck estate and will transform it into a graduate col lege As a result of a ten days Investlga Uon into alleged violation of the min- Ing laws of Illinois a Franklin county grand jury has returned four Indictments against the Zelgler Coal Co In whose mine nearly 50 miners were killedPresident Diaz has appointed Joaquin DCasasus to be ambassador of Mexico in the United States to suc ceed the late Manuel Aspiroz The steamboat H1 Carter ran into the pier of the railroad bridge across the Red river at Alexandria La and sank The first chamber of the states gen eral at The Hague voted 280000 for the purchase of a site for the palace of peace to be erected by Andrew Car negieThe war department received a ca ble fromGov Magoon of the Isthmian canal zone stating that Edward Green an American died on the isthmus of malaria May 28 He also reports two new cases of yellow fever Wm OBri en and Ik Mannoni The Avenug theater Pittsburg was destroyed fire The grand opera house adjacent was damaged Cornelius P Shea president of the International Brotherhood of Team sters was arrested lo Chicago on the charge of criminal libel preferred by Robert J Thome assistant general manager of Montgomsry Ward Co Brig Gen George B Davis hasbeen reappointed judge advocate general of the army for a term of four years from May 23 last The monthly statement of the public debt shows that at the close of bust ness May 31 1905 the debt less cash in the treasury amounted to 1000 346118 which is an Increase for the month of May of 3128187 The monthly statement of the coin ego executed at the mints of the United States shows that during May the coinage amounted to 4079075 as fol lows Gold 8370000 silver 564 684 minor coins 244491 There was an earthquake throughout Montenegro About 500 houses col apsed and 200 persons were killed or injuredA between strikers and Cos sacks occurred at Lodz The soldiers were stoned bya mob of men who were trying to bring out some weavers who were at work whereupon the troops fired killing two men and wounding six At least five men were killed and two seriously injured by the caveIn at the Gunnison reclamation tunnel in Colorado f Frank S Stehar a timber boss of the North Tamarack mine at Calumet Mich fell 4000 feet to the bottom of the mine shaft and was crushed beyond recognition- The Chinese chamber of commerce at Manila by a unanimous vote has decided to stand Jn line with the treaty ports of China In boycotting Amen can mercantile goods In retaliation for the American exclusion treaty Francis XI Dalye 99 the last sur vivor of the massacre of the River Raisin died at Monroe Mich Deceased was seven years old at the time of the massacre and had an eye shot out by an English officer At the Andersonvllle GILl National cemetery a national salute of honor was fired over the 14000 federal craTes by the Americas light infantry J H A Pottawatomio Indian at Fokagon Mich tried to wreck Grand Rapids Indiana passenger train but the at tempt was frustrated ry a freight train crewCongressman Benjamin F Marsh died at his home In Warsaw III At the end of next month a delega tion of 100 prominent Hungarians led by Count Eugene Zichy will leave for Toklo to present a sword of honor to Marshal Oyama In the name of tho Hungarian communities Papers In an action for absolute divorce brought by Broillo L Duke were served In New York on Mrs Alice Webb Duke whose marriage to Mr Duke In December last was the begin ning of sensational litigation During a fog off Dun enness tho British battleship Caesar collided with the British bark Afghanistan The Afghaslstan sank two minutes after the collision It Is feared that 23 men on board the bark were drowned Douglas M Kllpatrlck former Unit ed States subtreasurer and prominent In commercial circles died in New York aged iiI For ninny years he was n leader In the carnival celebra tions The officials at Mare Island navy yard have received from Washington formal Instructions to permit the Rus sian auxiliary cruiser Lena now In terned to proceed to Asiatic waters for use as a hospital ship She will put to sea within a month anti It Is expected her first destination will be- n Japanese port where wounded Russians can be taken aboard The business of the German government paused and a million or so of persons took a half holiday to wel come an 18yearold girl who some time most probably will be the German empress When Mrs F H Dunn near Ke wanee III began her housework shn left her infant daughter on a piece of carpet on the porch Looking out of tho door half an hour later she was horrified to see a monster snake about the child Mrs Dunns screams frightened the reptile later killed by her husband Ellis Glenn the most famous male Impersonator of the world Is free at Parkersburg W Va For five years she has faced the penitentiary on a forgery charge Once she was tried but the jury disagreed and she has been out on bond for four years Mrs Thomas C Platt wife of Senator Platt sailed for Europe on the St Paul Senator Platt did not accompany his wife abroad but drove to the pier to see her off He was too feeble to leave the carriage and remane there until the alp left the pier Rv Thomas RIchey D D emeritus professor of ecclesiastical history at the General Theological seminary New York Is dead aged 74 years Dr RIchey was well known as an author of religious works Rolla M Dance secretary of the civil service board at the request of Mayor Weaver tendered his resigns tion Dance Is a close friend of Jas P McNlchol one of the republican leaders of Philadelphia Mayor Weaver proposes to make municipal ownership his slogan and intends it is said to get control of the gas works and probably the traction Interests Johaun Hoch convicted wife mur derer and confessed bigamist was sen tenced by Judge Kersten to be hanged June During a thunder storm in Chicago three churches were struck by lightning and two of them completely de stroyed Besides the churches several other building were struck and dam aged The otal loss Is estimated at 200000 Two men were killed and two seriously burned in the Edgar Thomson furnace Braddock Pa About the same time a friend of one of the men was killed in Pittsburg by falling from a street car John Tittle a farmer 55 and his son James 17 were instantly killed and his daughter Bertha 13 was fa tally Injured by being struck by an ex press train on the bridge on the Pennsylvania railroad near Port Royal Pa Gov HIggins of New York has sign ed both the Raines bill and the Ambler bill designed to abolish disreput able hotels operating under the present provisions of the liquor tax law The Milwaukee exposition building occupying a city block was totally destroyed by fire The loss Is 300000 insured for 75000 Peter L Kimberly prominent throughout the United States and Can ada in mining circles died in Chicago of apoplexy Mr Kimberlys wealth is estimated at 10000000 John Walthouse was stabbed to death with a sharpened file In a St Louis boarding house Julius Schulte n machinist was arrested on the charge of having stabbed Walthouse They quarreled over a girl Sixteen warships will attack the defenses of Washington and Baltimore at midnight of June 11 and continue their offensive operations for six days and nights Meanwhile the fortresses along Chesapeake bay and the Potomac river Washington and Baltimore will put forth every defense of which they are capable Mr Justice Harlan of the United States supreme court was the guest at a banquet In honor of his 72d birthday by the Louisville Bar association Richard L Farnham a director of the Panama railroad has arrived in England His mission is the charter- Ing of several ships for the Panama canal commission and he Is making a tour of the ship yards The New York chamber of commerce adopted resolution favoring the conclu sion of commercial treaties of reciproc- itY between the United States and Germany France Russia Switzerland and AustroHungaryMr Japanese minister to Belgium says the Japanese do not want the Philippines Arthur F McIntyre convicted in the United States court at St Louis on charges of fraud in connection with a socalled Getrichqulck concern was sent to Jefferson City where he will serve an 18 months term in the peni tentiary Secretary Fisher of the Mississippi State Cotton association gave out an official statement placing the cotton acreage reduction in that state at 2025 per cent and the fertilizing reduction at 4L33 In Brooklyn two detectives were dangerously hurt in attempting to quell a riot between Russians and Poles The trouble arose over a dis cusslon of the victory of the Japanese over the Russians Several rioters were injured The Western Federation of Miners In Its national convention adopted a resolution committing the federation to the Industrial union movement On the public square at Marshall Mo Charles G Patterson former ed itor of the DemocratNews shot and probably fatally wounded E D Martin ezBtatn senator t t T JIi V Ir J J HIS GOOD OFFICES Russian Tress and Public Pleased Over Presidents Offer They Want an HonorablePeace Nc gotlatlons If Begun Must Be Di rect Without the Intervention of the Other Powers St Petersburg Juno 6 President Roosevelts tender of his good offices to bring about peace In received with general favor in tho press and by the public and a desire that some steps should be taken towards securing an honorablo peace Is increasingly mani festTho Russian declares that the presi lent should be commended as an act of friendship tending to bring about Japans terms of peace and Russias acceptance of an otter which would not mean surrender on humiliating terms The paper maintains at tho same time that negotiations If begun must be direct and that there must be no Intervention by other powers The Bourse Gazette says that Russia must make the best possible use of tho friendly offices of the United States and Great Britain This paper as well as the Syntoch cstva and the Nashazvlsn and others advance the Idea that Japan will bo disposed to grant better terms to the Russian people than to the bureau rats who began the war These papers reiterate tho demand for a zem sky zabor to settle the question Even the Grcshdlnln declares peremptorily for peace the Novoe Vremya alone dissenting from the general chorus by saying that the peace Is not so essen tlal as foreign and Internal enemies Imagine and picturing Great Britain the United States and the continental powers as beginning to tremble In face of the yellow peril ADM YAMAMOTO He Dispatched Flowers For the Room of Adm Rojestvensky Toklo June 5Mm Yamamoto minister of the navy has dispatched flowers for the room of Rr Adm RoJ estvensky Accompanying the flowers was a letter to the wounded Russian officer saying- I beg to express my respects for you In discharging your duty like a soldier In fighting desperately for tho sake of your fatherland I can not rOo fraln from sympathizing with you in your wounded condition and hope the accommodations of our hospitals and ability of our naval surgeons will ease your suffering and speedily restore your health Adm Yamamoto sent a general letter to the wounded Russian officers and men expressing the hope that their suffering would soon be ended and that they would speedily recover Toklo June 5Ylce Adm Togo vis- Ited Vice Adm Rojestvensky at the naval hospital at Saseclyo Saturday and expressed his sympathy for tho admirals wounds He praised tho desperately courageous fight of the Russians FEUDISTS BATTLE One Killed Two Mortally Two Dan gerously and Two Seriously Hurt Lexington Ky June 5ln a feud battle In Wolfe county near Lee City shortly after noon one man was in stantly killed two mortally wounded two dangerously wounded and two seriously shot Andrew Wilson a lum ber dealer and farmer was dead when the firing ceased Henry Freeman is wounded 13 times 11 bullets enter- Ing the body and two in the head Harland Dykes is shot in the body and can not recover James Dykes his brother Is shot in the breast and thigh and is in a dangerous condition John Allen a merchant of Insko Ky was shot In the face and arm Lee Allen was dangerously wounded In the thigh The battle was the sequel of a fight several weeks ago between Andy WIl- son and Green Patrick and Hiram and Peter Davis when the Davis boys were wounded ENEMIES BECOME FRIENDS J H Hyde and J Alexander Agre To Work Together New York June 6As the result of a conference between James W Alex ander and James H Hyde it was agreed that the combined forces of the two factions of the Equitable Life Assurance society management would be concentrated on the selection of Rob ert T Lincoln of Chicago former am bassador to England son of the lato President Lincoln and at present the head of the Pullman Palace Car C6T Chicago Juno 5 Robert T Lincoln wouldILife Assurance society should the position be offered to him In reply Mr Lincoln said that under no circum stances would be accept the office Attack on Vladivostok Expected Vtadlvostok June 5It Is expected here that a Japanese attack on tho fortress will not be long delayed There Is however a calm and deter mlned spirit manifested by the popu lation In face of the forthcoming crt sisVDeath of Gen H V Boynton Atlantic City N J June 5Gen- H V Eoynton president of the Chick amauga park commission died here Gen Boynton had been ill since March He had a notable career as a soldier and newspaper man- Confederate Memorial Day Washington June 5Confederate memorial day was observed with ap propriate ceremonies in the confeder ate section of the Arlington National cemetery The services were held unI der the auspices of various confederate societies Attended Memorial Services St Petersburg June 5The emperor and the empress and members of the royal family attended memorial service at TsarskoeSelo for those whoI have fallen in the naval battle in the Sea of Japan Killed Her Father Peoria III June 6Wenoa Gillham 16 shot and fatally wounded her father 18 miles from this city Gillham was abusing his wife The daughter secured a shotgun and fired both barrels at her father Inflicting a mortal woundIWants An International ManeuverI London June 5Vlce Adm Lord Charles Eeresford In command of the Mediterranean squadron writes to the Standard advocating the meeting and combined maneuvers of American and British fleets In blue water t z Navy Needs Men In a recent address Admiral Cogh Ian emphasized a fact that the Amen can navy needs trained men much more than it needs new battleships and armored cruisers Tho country Is turning out ships more rapidly than it is turning out sailors and marines The admiral declares that it we should immediately become engaged in a great conflict we should not have trained men enough in our navy to equip our vessels Baltimore Ameri can Then Nicky Ran Then Nicky ran That historic sentence occurred in the account sent by Prince George of Greece from Ja pan when his cousin Czarevitch Nicholas on his grand tour through the far east was attacked by a Jap anese fanatic This sentence stuck in the heart of Russia and doubtless Russia is thinking of it nowLondon Chronicle The Deadly Mosquito There are not many things new under the sun At a late meeting of the Asiatic society in Ceylon Sir Henry A Blake governor of the island announced that Slngaleso medical books of the sixth century described 67 va rieties of mosquitoes and 424 kinds of mosquitoesNew Thickness of Skin The skin of the men and womon of some nations Is much thicker than that of others particularly in hot countries The central African negro has a skin about half as thick again as that of a European That of a negro is the thickest over the head and back evi dently to form a protection from the sun Too Strong Mr Bluffly she said graciously you are one of the most original men I have met for ever so long You havent said a single word about the weather No he replied with a tinge of regret In his voice I couldnt give my opinion of the weather in the presence of ladies TitBits Hereditary Solicitors One of the most remarkable instances of hereditary office amongst solicitors Is that of the acting undersherlff for the city of London Mr Tufnell Burchell sits in his sheriffs court In Red Lion square on the bench that his fathergrandfather and greatgrandfather successively occupied Government WastePaper Waste paper from the combined gov ernment offices amounts each day to no less than 15 tons The paper Is taken to a department officially known as the waste paper office and afterwards sent to a mill where it is reduced to pulp and made into paper again Needed in the Navy Naval constructors are in great demand The United States navy finds it hard to retain the constructors whom Jt educates because private firms offer them salaries of twice and three times the amount they are now receiving Prizes for Moths The city of Salem Mass offered prizes last year to boys for killing browntail moths In competing for these prizes the boys destroyed 375000 nests which were estimated to represent 112000000 caterpillars Married Women The married woman who earns wages may in some cases not have to work as hard as the woman who is trying to make her husbands salary meet the family expenses Washing ton Star Following the Fashion King Edward has quit wearing a white vest This will of course mean a dead loss of four or five dollars to the American who has just bought one Chicago RecordHerand Age Man has seven ages she said Yes he replied Woman has only two her real age and the one she tells her friends Chicago RecordHerald Germanys Laborers In Germany employers of labor are compelled to grant one hours rest at midday and women with household cares may claim an extra half hour Masculine Inconsistency Some men who take the fidgets at the prospect of an hour in a church pew can sit all night on a nail keg at a card game Dallas News Mexican Houses Tho outside walls of many of theV houses In Mexico are from three to six feet thick to withstand earthquake shocks MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Juno 2 CATTLE Common 32 65 4 25IHeavy steers 5 50 5 75ICALVESExtra 6 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 30 5 371h Mixed packers 5 25 5 30 SHEEPExtra 4 00 4 10 LAMBSSpring 7 60 7 75 FLOURSpring pat 6 00 tJ 6 35 WHEATNo 2 red 1 05 W 1 0- 7No3red 95 99 CORNNo 2 mixed 54YJI No 2 white OATSNo2 mixed 32 RYENo 2 81 83 HAYCh timothy 12 25IPORKClear mess 14 00 LARDSteam 6 77 BUTTER Ch dairy G 14 Choice creamery 23 APPLESChoice 2 3 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 35 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 460 G1475 Chlcao FLOURWinter nat 5 10 5 20 WHEATNo2 red 1 OGy8 1070- No3 red 100 105 CORNNo2 mixed 5- 2OATSNo2 mixed 324 RYENo2 76 80 PORKMess 12 55 12 60 LARDSteam 7 22 7 25 New York FLOURWin strts 4 50 465 WHEATNo 2 red 1 05h CORNNo2 mixed 583j OATSNo2 mixed 35 371 RYEWestern t 82 PORKFamily 13 3713 87 LARDSteam 7 10 7 15 B lltlmoreIWHEATNo2red 1 02 t 1 02 CORNNo 2 mixed 55 56 CATTLESteers 4 00 4 50JSHEEpNo 1 3 00 3 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 1 02 CORNNo 2 mixed 5- 6OATSNo2 mixed 35 PORKMess I 11 00 LARDSteam XQ 6 50 Indianaoollc WHEATNo 2 red 1 01 CORN Nt 2 mixed Q 48 OATS No 2 mixed 3014 I t r WAS WATCHING MARKET No Change in the Price of Tintypes But Bananas Go Up and Down arebornstrated in some cases in very early life dayMrsneighborsboyWhere are you going she called from the window picturestalenboy tossing a tencent piece in the air 1 rsCobb had been wondering what queer train of thought had awakened this vain desire when suddenly she heardonce more the click of the gate Looking out she saw Edward coming in alone munch tug a banana tintypetakenNo maam What was the matter said Edward Tommy had his takenLUt I didnt I found out that bananas had dropped to three jor ten cents So I It em You never can tell the price of bananas but tintyppi is always same NEARER THAN NEAREST Fw Meanness the Man Here Men tioned Was Entitled to the Wreath Philadelphiain relateRsaidbutof them all Lleldes 1IeIDg mean he wu also rich To a poor young couple near him a son was born and they decided to name kbimHe consented lie was flattered Thereupon the jO of this poor young couple was great They wondered what rich godfather would give to his lotPerbapsPerhaps a herd of cattle Senator Morrell paused andsmiled What do you suppose he said the sentitChina hem bad won at a poultry show Piscatorial Expert DIubludmeats 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THURSDAY J UNE 8 1005 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are author ed to announce f Chiii E DIY of Murehend a can date fur roelectiiii M Representa live from Until and Rowan coon tIes subjtrt tn the action of the L Democratic party r We nr authnrizod to announce L Wailer ShnrpJif Sharn burg as I lcandidatefor Representative from Rowan counties subject rt party o the action of the Democratic JIIp r pJ EACH of the other big nations if 4 now wondering how it would fare Hn a nival warfare with Japanr 1 vtS The old Commonwealth is only 2OOQ in debt and has 400000 in the State treasury Not It bad i shape compared with other Stores l MAYOU WKA KRof Philndelphia 1 is giving no quarter to the defeat 4 ed grafters It mny le that Phil J I lelphIR will emerge from the war 7 Jtuben pattern Tot other munici 4 H pnlitie went in reformution of govern f AN nnarchict at Paris shot Vomb nt IIa poor little King of I 3 Spain while the King and Prefident Loubt1 were entering tile Opera house Hi death would have mude tjo perceptible difference in the Jwlitical wart j I Th The U S Trenpurf Department imiiaIIycItsiftes imported frog hge m poultry und collects duty ocoordlnflly Doubtless Uncle San I nred thv money Perieh the thought thnt he impose n tsrilF on the hit itritshians to protect Ihe hume frog producer L TOE say Uncle Sam has tctu4 Iv become eutuew hKtanxiou ohout Ihe Yellow Peril Thats hardly 4 fair to the JIIJlI Theyrhave ectet a t much more tenstbty than white ftke ltO far in the war that good round Fenvr may be a confirmed hubit with them THE Czur answers the agitation 4 fortefprniB Rutmio by conferring tictatliinl powete on GOT lien y Trepoff In crush all aspirations o the people towards freedom The Russian people will better their 3L Vyondtttnn only by compElling the ruling clnsses reform4 j grant PRKMTIKXT ROOSEVELT practically tendered his good office to Ih- ezr L i to bring about peace between Russia and Japan but did it iiI t 4 t uha way that ho can not bo htitnilUted by o rebuff The Czar 4doubt1eswiiutd he willing to make r pence provided her could be assured he would tetaiit I autocratic 1 J1hhal J THE tight thickens for ijie con trol of the Equitable Li ur qa nee S4ciety nearly sIUIf nillion Collars Wall street is wrought Eitipworse than it has been since the Nnrthern Pucific corner a few I e yasTB ago Alexander and Hyde i frnqi Jljfhllng cza buthrhnejoined forces The policyholders eru to be in tbejjackgrnund J J J j CHAB J BoKApARTE of Balti ore succeeds Paul Morton as Secretary af the NaY Bonaparte is a grandson Jerome Bdnaparf r 4t and his wife Miss Pntteriorf lie is known af A political reformer oO f iind is an eminent lawyer Aio gtier he feetas to be the mo f worthy Bonaparte of the name not h xIptlubla greatuncle Napo the Great4 t ti 4 JoMANN HOCH the ChIcago mat e l1 rimnllrrietandwifemurderer I 1IpSSSd 0 hit been Ontenced to bQ httngec t t June A3 Hoeli drauiatieally for l I S jtave thnce instrumental his cant victfon and pnirl I nm convinced that mv por dour wife was mur 4dered but I eta notber murdeterr 1 j t y Ltk ljr enough maudlin eentimen i l tallBtn will akea todo over the x Jalifliter I f 5 THE American yacht Atlantic win the rup offered by Emperor s I William in the international race f1 licrlluthe Atlantic ocean The winner broke the record She was f1 Failed by Captain Barr who has so uften defeated the attempts of Lip QueeDetI1 i aunstrate super r SIsiriy but he reok ned wit out I apt Uilfr itif PBE5IDENT RoosxTELT and Speak rJApeph Cannon met and expressytI t t dhesflveto each o on rvr licyof buying Panama fuppliqi obodttwlist wti said but let it be known l ifr t Isjsit the nnlIberft was sultry the fPkw6ngtiriir sundpatter- ii J cant stand any nonsensical ccInzof the money of the people LP 3i tlnrjojs of the protected inter tiSSI Si J f f r- qIJr 77it t Jcii 4 ttr a W tt1 4rt fI fJ fBPxlf lr It rlfr 1 p 1 t fI j1r6V n e Another spneatiinnl move w IiI wade against the Ilurgis pnrty when Jnmcft Ilnrgis Alex IIirgisa nd H F French wero urrifled at Winchester on the charge of corn plicity in the murder of J B Mar tilu Ed CallnliHii wits isrrtsted in Hr i u l hit i county nod waiving ex nminaiiitn wits releatetl on 5OOO bond The others were taken to Jnrkfon to give bund before MIIC trott Combs PHEPIDENT FRANCIS PATTON ofI Princeton Theologivnl Seminary has created a eennntion by paying I hate to ee a cold blooded right living rnscal who has 40000000 and can tech Sunday school regu lady nnd drive his hard bargain every tfeek always keeping just within the range of the law If I were asked what I thought of such a man I would say he was lucky not to he in Jail If this sort of thing keeps up it will make it unpopular to bo a multi millionaire ADMIRAL ROJESTVKNSKT took 33 warships into the brittle with AdI miral Togos fleet All of the larg er Russian vessels were sunk or captured So far only six Russian vessels are known to have escaped iv cruifor and two torpedoboat de stroyers to Vladivoitock and three cruisers to Manila The Japnneoe lost only three torpedo boats Tin battle of the sea of Japan was the greatest ten fight of modern times and upset all the calculations of of the experts in the almost total destruction of tho Russian squad ron with slight loss to the Japanese- CORRESPONDENCE Licking Union The Morehead Oil Co lieu sever wells stint last week A T Ham rind daughter attend church nt Slaty Point Saturday and Sunday Wesley Armstrong and daughter visited Newt Armstrong near Far mers Sunday John W McKinney and wit visited Willie S McKinney ant family at lies Mill Saturday an Sunday Grange City Several from here Attended chil drens day nt Wyoming Sunday Misses Viola Havens and Sail in Eetill returned home from their school Thursday I1ln Newton Johnson visited sr Mrs Jennie Irwin a OlympIa last week H W McDermott and his little grandchild Annio Florence Irwin of Olympia are visiting the family of Newton Job rison Arthur Nallis and wife of Flem ingsbiirg have been attending tho bedside of Mrs Nnllie eisur Miss Annie Nolton who remains very poorly Springfield Miss Lutio Smathers was in Mt Sterling Friday 1Mrs Otnnr Gossctt visited Mt Sterling Friday FergurMrs Joe Crouch is spending the week with her father Wash Fer guson near 41 Sterling Mrs Haze Jewell returned horn Sunday from Spencer where ab had been visiting relatives 1Mrs W F Mark son J mes Ar nold und lreJ J Mrflk of Ow ingsville and Mrs O Bapratt of Stoops were guests of I s Lucy Smathere Tuesday night Upper Prickly Ash Espy Shrout of Jessamine cone tywas here last week on a visit t friends Little Jarae Roe who has been poorly with mujnrhil fever Cora week is no better Albert Wilson and family o near Bethel visited Mrs Nanc Shrdul and family last week 0 Mrs Frances Hamilton came in Saturday from Roe s Run after a several weeksislt to her son E Hamjlnnd wIfe Johft Tackett and family o Flat Creek and John Markland and family of Owlngsvllle wer famnyti Olympia P N Moore r5t Louis was here on business Thursday Rub Ilovermale and wife came Friday to visit his father Harrington and Horton Youn came Saturday to visit their broth er Clyde Mrs OUie Cophcr and Mrs Eat e Costigan visited friends in Owings ville Monday C H Graves returned Wednes day from a visit to friends at Bos ton and New York Mrs Ueorga Warner and soi Ruby Swans went to Owingsvillo Saturday to visit relatives Henry McCarty returned Thurs day from Georgetown III where he had been for four years Mrs Newton Johnson of Grange City was the guest of her eiste Mrs H 0 Irwin several daysvjast weekMiss Carrie Nixon and Mrs Robert Nixon of Owingsville were guests of R C Costigan and wife Thursday Will Gray came in last Thurs from Illinois He ndbis wife went there three years ago to live and on May 30 Mrs Gray diedof consumption The husband brought tbebod16acklor burial at Hills boro She was a Mile moot ufI that place 1m116 5 IT t= SelH- rn M Mr aAl Mrs John Cline In lighter George Cay wood lost a good work horso Sunday night Tom Robertson lost a yearling etcer supposed to liaobIacklega S P Baird and xvife pfCurlisle visited lit Cy Arrusmitlis Sunday Mrs Ruth RatliU of Carlisle is visiting friends ID this neighbor ood W R Haeelrigg anti wire went to see their daughter Mrs Will Reed near Camargo who is very sickS W Evans nnd Tolllo Arra smith went to Helena Tuesday ItS delegates to the District Confer ence of tho M E Church Wyoming 14Il Hart has built n veranda Married Robert Royse and Mrs Daisy May Thursday June Mrs John Dawsnn and daughter Sally visited Mrs Fenian RiccSun day Something supposed to boa rat bit Mrs Spurlock on the hand Tuesday night making an ugly antI painful wound Mien Amy Spurlock la on the sink list We regret that sIte was unable to take part in the Child rene Dny exercises Mairied nt the homo of the liwsoJWedriesdoy Williams and Miss Jennie Mayi ChlldrenB Day was a success A largo audience and good order The contributions for Foreign Mia sions amounted to something over the apportionment Moores Ferry The oats nnd corn crops are looking fine in this part poorlyryet Boone Ingmm who line beer poorly for some time is doing no good fishingI1any luck catching any Sid Sorrell of Hillsboro came over last week to work for hit brother Walter in the corn crop Several people from Fleming county attended church at Joncf Chapel Sunday i also some from Salt Lick George Kissick and wife wen countyttook seriously ill Friday and died Saturday morning He was about seventy years ole- tWest End Corn has come up exceedingly wellRichard McClain bought a horse of Mrs Nickoll for 60 Mrs K K Nickell visited lie r sister Mrs Lane of Olympio this weekT W Piersall Old Whetstone of Winchester was lucre trying to employ valet Died May 27 1905 Mrs James Armitngo She leaves n husband and three children nnd n boat of friendti to mourn their loss The bereaved have our heartfelt syw pathy i1eappleBerage Old Blackberry is right tbar a heavy crop of young chickens birds on high land are showing large broods squirrels are abundant bees are doing fairly well gardens are generally back ward Upper Flat Creek oR W Carter wee in Mt Ster ling Monday Miss Lucy Clay visited Mrs Crit Lane last week Almost all of the tobacco in this plantedI SterYity last week r C Owings returned Saturday from Hot Springs vey much hn proved in health Mr and Mrs Seymour Avery off Cincinnati are guests of G G Hamilton and wife daughterYEllenMt Sterling one day last week Mrs Chess Glover and daughter Miss Nellie were guests of Miss Mary King at Sideview Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Sudie Stout has finished her term as governess and music teacher at Ed and Lin Glovers StepICrooks Mrs Jeff vas in Owing ville Saturday shopping George Clark of Flat Creek vis tied his brother John hero Sunday Peed tie Lathram shipped a car tIload of cattlo to Cincinnati Satur day Mies Lena Turley of Salt Lick dUYilIBBtMiss Lillie Johnson visited her sister Mrs Jos rurley at Salt Fridayraster niece little Bessie Lomaster are visiting relatives in Carter county Rube McClain wife and Miss McNab of Salt Lick visited rela Lives here Saturday and Sunday- S H Johnson and wife Neabitt Satterfield andwlte visited tho family otTo J Pergram on Peeled Oak Sunday retwhere they had been since last year There is no place like old Ken tricky t o J ff =Odssa 1 n Darmll accompanied hie mother In law Mrs Jones in her daughter 1IrB Perkins in Nicho lus county lust week Mrs Martha E Jonas nnd little grunduughtcr Roen of Owingitvillc re spending two weeks with her daughter Mrs I IL Dnrne lIen May uintia Mr Jonop of hJnnesC here bought a muro of Mr Jones for 160 Mr nnd Mm Win Kecrns und son Herbert visited TclutlvcH in Nicholas county and on Little Pint this county Ironi Saturday till Monday Horn Juno to Time Gopher and wile n laughter on Juno 2 to W T Swetnnm and wife n eon Joiiuh Burton Darnell Swuttinui All are doing well Mrs J R Jones of HHUboro Mrs Perry Goodpnstcr nnd Mrs Annie Power of Owingavllle Mrs J S Andersrm and Mrs M A Garner were guests of Mrs Uuth Jones here last Wednesday Hillsboro Bornj to the wife of J M hum Icy nn eightpound boy Dr S F OBrien bought a hor of Mr Fawns for f IlO Mr Clew Willinma and wife were Owingsvillc Saturday Eapy Gardiner of Salt Lick visiting relatives here this week Mrs Bertie McConnhny and lit tIc niece Miss Bertha Puthoir returned to their homo at Russell Thursday Memorial services were conduct ed Tuesday at the M E Charch by the pastor J L West and Dr Huff of Goddard After the ser vices a large crowd marched to the cemetery and decorated the gratesI nf departed relatives und Mrs C W Gray nee Smont formerly of this place died Tues day at Hoop tllll IIIof consump tion liar remains wore brought here and interred in our cemetery Thursday Kobt Busby of Mays ville uncle of deceased accompa nied the remains here The nfllict ed husband and relatives have our sincerest sympathy in their sad be retirement Okia IWe had nice showers lat week LV M Gray Jr is on the eick Just n few farmers finished setting out tobacco Lemuel Denton nf Mooreflcld visited his parents hero Saturday night anti Sunday W M Likes and fnmlluf Tip pccanne Ohio came la tSveek und are living with Ollie Likes Silas Clay wife and baby n I Nicholas county visited the latter 9 parents Saturday night nnd Sun dayNallis Perkins and wife left here Friday for their home in Ma non Indiana The former earn e to be lit the bedside of hs mother but was too late the burial had taken place before he arrived P Aunt Susan Jnnos found an unl welcome visitor stretched tIling side a llowerbed in her yard line day last weekXshuo found n gAr dtn hoc with which she killed it She then took a yardstick and measured it und what was it but i t snake nearly six feet long and ai large around us her arm l Ann t Susan locks only a few months o J being seventyfive yenre old Slate Valley Crops of all kinds are flourish ingWe hare had some very heavy rainsGood prospects for plenty of blackberries 1m glad to say Mrs Enoch Sorrel is on the road to recovery Mrs Maria Stampor visited the family of Jack Toy Tuesday ol last week Our Sundayschool hue is doing well missed only five Sundays in two years Mr and Mrs Martin Jones have been poorly with logrippe but are btter now Mr and Mrs John K Jones vis ited their son Sam on Licking nv er Saturday The health of this part of the county is good I mean there is no serious illness Mrs Sum anft on Ches ter visited the family if Peter Hart near Preston Sund y night and Monday Andrew Manley ami family of near Bethel spent Saturday night and Sunday the guests of William Traylor and wife The dead at tbo Old Virginia graveyard were remembered Decor aLien day with plenty of flowers placedon the graves of loved ones Your correspondent had the pleasure of hearing Rev E E Dawson preach a memorial sermon nt the Old Fields burying ground gooddoneknowledge of the need of a Savior Elder Parker of Flat Creekcall ed at the home of Sam Shultz last Saturday spent part of the day ComeagninBrother visit very much The hours were spent talking over the future nnd our hopes for a life beyundwhere sorrow and death never come Rev E EDawson preached her Saturday night Sunday and Sun day night to large and attentive audiences The membership here was glad to havo Rev Dawson call and preach again for them His sermons were very interesting and edifying He says with old Paul he in determined to preach noth- Ing among us but Christ und him crucified 5 StoopsIMrr O B Sprit hue lecn isitI ing friends at Otvingrtvillu Ill negro sit stripping is in progress The seed iIf good quality Mist Anna May Goodan is visiting her cousin Mrs Isaac Roberts at ParisH Ficklin was the guest of relatives nenr Jeu ersonville Sunday nnd Monday Stanley and Smith Trimble vie ited in Bourbon county from Sun dny till Tuesday John F Grooms nnd totally via ited the family of W J Trimble near Mt Sterling Sunday Mesdames J Will Clay nod H B Kinsolvinjj of Mt Sterling visited Mrs Sarah Bridges Thursday Bert Sounders und wife Ollie and Miss Stella lisick visited re latives in Fleming county last week Our farmers are preparing to have almttleroyalwith the weeds Several fields are advertised fur sale rIte acreage of meadow in this vicinity will be shorter than usual A large acreage of meadow land is being pastured Some of our farmers have been going 10 and 15 miles after tobacco plants There never was such a plant famine in this neighborhood before prneticn1lyIweek The full crop was put out in this neighborhood The plants were the poorest this vicinity ever produced The prospect for n large crop of turkeys was never brighter Those who have some large locks are MM Richard Wills 200 Mrs Daniel L Goodan 130 Mrs Sarah Bridges 125 nnd Mrs A S Bridges 125 The prominence of n breach of promise suit depends upon the number of love letters in tho case Some people who were actually in love a week could write enough letter to gain notoriety for n life time Fairview J T Woodard sold a few hogs to- wJ Hendrix nt Co J T Woodnrd had three Jambs killed by dogs lust week Cleveland Calvert caught a twen typound fishNinc night last week Wheat seems to be short and not doing well Oats and grass lire fle- Rats killed fifty chickens Mrs Silas Woodard one night lust woik VJrlsB Mamie Hendrix came horne from school nt Owingsville last Slit urday Mrs Ina Culvert visited Mrs Dolly Davis Saturday night und Sunday Rev Word preached hore Sunday morning and evening to a very at tentive audience Misses Mamie Hendrix and Car- ne Hawkins visited Mrs Ada Hendrix last Sunday Leslie lIendrix wile nod son Aaron viniiid J W Hendrix und wife last Sunday Farmers lire behind with their work most of the corn being too small to cultivate yet Misses AdIIIICl LiJu Powell of near Flemlngsburg visited rehtives hero Saturday and Sunday Simo tobacco was transplanted last reek though thacreage is small owing to scarcity of plants Willie Routt and children have theyhaddied there a short time since John Bailey and family of Mar ion Indiana came lust week to be at the bedside of the formers moth er who is very low with umber Salt Lick Mrs J M Pierce is in Jackson Tom Evans and his sister Miss Creath were in Owingsvillo Satur day LickingUnionbert Everybody invited to childrens day next Sunday at the Christian ChurchA e crowd attended the chil drens exercises at Hcdrioks last Sunday night Mrs J K Bates and Mrs J B Kring were visitors at Press Jack sons last week Mr Crouch of Illinois who has been visiting in the county left for his home last week Decoration day was observed here as a holiday A large crowd visited bcth cemeteries Mrs Clarence Kercbeval and visitingEdMiss Edna Maupin who has longtime daughterIwere d by Rev Hunt last Saturday night at the parsonage J B Kring and Miss Anna Lau MondllYfor daughterInClaremore Indian Territory Tho lawn fete given by the la dies Sunday night was a success the amoun collected being 2C They desire to thank all those who so kindly assisted in the work A nice fence will at onco be put up around the cemetery THOS J JONES Livery Food Sale Stable OWINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse and nifta dealers Telephone connection with Vuston Statfon 5 F1 r Ifv Jt4ft7i i y c cao u 01 A 7ti 5T II 7 Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is opening up Our exports to Japan and China multiplied during the last year There will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far L East I Big opportunities for the man who lives thL Why not look the field over Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or Los Angeles and return May i 2 3 9ioi I 12 13 293031 June I August 6789101 11213 and 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco LosS Ij T Angeles Santa Barbara and many other points in California only 7 Through train service front J Union Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul j Union Pacific and Southern Pacific LineI This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union 1 Passenger Station Chicago 605 p m and The California p Express at 1025 p rn The California Express carries sleeping cars to California every day Both trains touristIthrough standard sleepers Complete information sent free on receipt coupon with blank Itnes filled W S HOWELL GenI Eastern ARent Broadway NEW YORK CITY or F A MILLER General Passenger Agent CHICAGO Slopstone Vim Carmichucl spent Sunday day with HD HlevlitN and family A W Donnhue and family spent Sunday with his nephew G W Turley Mrs A J Suttell who was very sick with the flux is able to be up IInliabllutagnin Mrs Win Johnson and daughter Mrs McKernon spent Sunday with Tims Hit IF antI wife near here Misses Rosa anti Sereldit Cools r spoilt Friday with their cousins Misses Hrooksio and Bertie Henry Miss Hrrlhii G Hit tin get return od home train Fchriol nt Nicliolus villa fur the term last Thimdny morning ID B hover who hits had a very ore leg for some tune ix getting along nicely und will soon be alright nguin Misi Alice WiUon of Owinps Ville who has been visiting her uncle M F Wilson for six week returned home Monday Mrs W S Quisenherry who his been on tho sick list for Bometitne la steadily Improving and will soot be well again we hope There was a big crowd at met ingot Grove school house at all three IOpetlngl S tilrdny night Sunday morning anti evening Till following spent Sunday with John Knrrick and wits Frank Brown Win Payne SrWm Payne Jr George Payne und their taut lies Miss Jennie Gudgell of Bald Eagle spent from Friday till Monday here visiting Miss E EMaxey Mrs W J Lawson and other friends Miss Jennie is looking young uS over Knob Lick Farmers are very busy The trusts also have big sticks Wo havo had some nice growing showersSThe lust planting of corn coming up nicely Will Nick Corey moved to Pea sticks Sunday Mrs Win Christian is sick with abscess of the jaw rho iron ore mines are running on a limited scale for n whilo Sundayschool at Polksville Sun day afternoon Several in attend ance T J Barnes got a painful hurt by a tiling falling on his foot Saturday Died Monday wife of Bob Hannah Burial at the Old Fields TuesdayYes trusts are in the peel pies pasture and they got over Re publican and Democratic fences The Beef Trust does business on a sliding scale the price they pay slides down and the price they get slides up A pauper lives off of the public and so do those who make their money by special privileges grant ed by law The Governor of Kansas is right in building a State refinery It is not socialism it is competition Just what the Populists stand for If the concentration of wealth means the destruction of the Re public then the people have the right to stop the concentration of wealth All The Newsi Per Year S Name J Street address CityState 1 1CAUFORNIAHELPING UPBOILD KENTUCKY Thu Louisville Commercial Club began ita new fi culmr bcrtKt ing three standing committees de voted to State Improvements upon recommendation of the new presi dent V H En lehard One of thee has been ul work for some time that of State Devtlnpment The other two are on State Organ izations und TinnFpnriatinn and Immigration A K Melee hue been made chairman of the Stnte Organization Committee which lina been for its specific duty the encouraging business organiza lions throughriit Kentucky It will protmhly umploya good speaker to tour the State in nn elTort to organize new btiness urgniiizu lions und uwnkpn rent wed intrresl in old iicsnciutiuns of this clutiac tar The nmm it tee on Trnncporta lion nnd liuinigratiun of which C M UobertHon is chuirnntn has to look especially to gettingilesiribht immigrnntF tu ieats in the State It will iilso help diiiVrciit commit tees in handling transportation dif riciltief Thwork of the Stale Development Committee is already known to people Iall parts of Kentucky Another work which will doubt less interest citizens in ull parts of the State undertaken by the Coma mercial Club is that of inviting owners of manufacturing plunB who are thinking of changing their location to come to Kentucky Within the post few days over one hundred letters on this subject have been written to dllferent parts of the United States and three of foreignenunjtries Active preparations for the Fourth State Development Convention are being made by State Development Committee of the Louisville Commercial Club of which A Y Ford is chairman Mr Ford has named subcom mittees covering the different fields of work necessary to make tho gathering big success both in at tendance and matters discussed rite exact time has not yet been dOYBinwill be seven business sessions nnd A banquet HiB the purpose of the committee to devote one session to agriculture horticulture nnd good roads Anotber session wilUbc given over to minerals and forestry and the third to State and county taxation and manufac turing another to river improve ment and still another to railroads anti a call of the counties of theI StateThis call of the counties is expected to awaken tho greatest in terest of the convention The Chair will ask lending representa tives of each county it needs and what it offers as to industries ubur conditions tux rates home capital tax exenptlonsfarm lands farm products chance for home t seekers etc The committee will invite ex perts from all parts of the United States to talk on different to- picaSALE OfOld NotesA- sAdministratrix of Thos W Ewing deceased 1 will on s 1905I s ot notes may bo ex wined at the law ollico of It Gud gell SonaEwing Admx May 251905 9 j 1lJ ii 2 Q y flBABY FOOD A schoolteacher who ias giving a lesson on Food wits interrupted by one of bis pu a pIle r Please sir he Paio Jimmie says he knew a baby thut was tibrought up on elephants milk and it gained ten pounds in weight eery day James ought not toehh you such rubbish the teacher paid A jJanit whose Imlty was it tiint WHS drought up on elephants milk i Pleas sir answered Jimmy it WitS the t1tphnlltIE PUBLIC SALE Nicholas Circuit Court Ky W IlMuriii Plaint ir against 4r Flat Bock Oil Co Defendants Hy virtue ofa Judgment hhlljorder of sale nf lIt NiehnlaS IJtult Court rendered at the Jloy Y jerm tfiertof 1905 in above entire 1for the HHUI of 2250 with inlires t nt tin rate of Jper cent jjir ituttuKj frcin time 2Dth dYIlf Stpteisber X1103 until pin mind 141 75 costa herein I shah proceed to otter for sale on the furui of Geo W WU lining near Riiglnndyfn Hails County Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on FRIDAYJ1iNE0th1gQ5- at J 10 oclock nm or thereabouts upon a credit of 3 months tbe fol lowing descitbed property tovIt 1 jlonging j pornisugFields and consisting of a certain gets engine and n certain power used for the purpose of pumping oil j pulley rods tanks succor rod gas pipe casing for oil and gas wells nod a full sot of tools with the power md pumping plant also use buildings and LEo material thereof which cover the aforesaid engine and pumping plant anti all other apparatus and appurtenances plantThe will be jofof sale with costs included to the sum of 380809 or sufficient there of to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made r For the purchase price the purr OrjGuIretieslag legal interest from the day ol sale until paid and having the force and effect of judgment BteX tiers will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms 5 H CKIM RRODGH Com Holmes Ross AttvuforPlaintiff f AUCTIONEER LR aucioneor i mGEORGEOdessa Ky BLUEGRASSi NurseriSj1SPRING V Trees by the inhillo frti1ta Jhrubserythlng ordinarily kepta jLf establishment We sell dir w the planter and have no agents jl L Tree and strawberry ciitologues ni application to Lt II F IIILLENMRYER SQ Lcstngtnn Ky A Lif 1T I 1 rt t