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iclI GII residence la towaaHdhere Iademand forreaideticeB j I t G W Oeaaer the J dentist v Mel Odoatundor aid ialls approved anaesthetics for the painless ei t r traction of teeth t Acker Lodge 148 A 0 U W1 1 will give a picalo in Duff woods o F earS eptahe Station next Satur day August 12 Agate of the personalty of the i Jais Mrs Lewis Anderson will be r keltonhe premises irth t Fair irieV Church Aug 19 to Ba F Flersall klllesU couple of of ppeihea snakes In his fibne at Whits lpurrecet11 Hen says J f tha Makes couldjiave catered the jJ b xoott only by the chjraney top b r A letter froii New Plymouth O F last week stated that Jessie little I oatf qW Clark and wife had fceeaburaed to atbthereKn Irkia eteter of Peter Hart orR Kendall prIBgtkIu county SLxQccEDzIzaMraJohIn i e atertajaed at oclock djh JIST Moaday afteraeoa Mrs G R Armstrong sadjQaughterAklIu eWondicit of MtP Sterling Mrs AdreMIRihor Lexington Mr ualMr1t B Brother Mr endMrsLDBrother 1 FREELECTURK Mra Ed Grnbbr ofut Sterling is announced to deliver a free lecture at the Meth od Church Wednesday night of ibis week UB the subject Echoes I reatkeYoiuig Peoples Interde Honia tlonal Convention nt Ache wills NO Everybody tl cordiai Ji lathed tottattS1 tUnrAHD EutoTBiQ StoaxA I fesavy rain fell about BOOB Satur I 4ay wklacalaelplttlrouth k Ia this aherlKHHt Ugatalngf VplaJdiaypfakIWlth Uuuel8I paaaa wires aad put many l t out af actton Sums ball fell both ta tha at sadWeet of town L CAL CROP KKPOUTS Farmers fremsH reBtt Ueiisof the CUURr yreport the iobaeeo erop very fett4l aid that the prespeetis for at allebeer a haltcNP They alse say that corn w1lInotbs near a feed as last year even though llM ata MBtinusTTavorablr i NorzcTke Kepubllcan Exec 4 Dtifa CeMlttes of Bath county Ky1 is hereby requested to meet at ha CdarthouM IB the town ofOw iigsILteTkedfty 1Ailglltt17 stfoeIp m Very Important tHtsinsM anitf request that allpeni Lereepriat at tais Meeting IS fl1zHoriasqhma RGvsaiu4Seerary- I i t DrE jN 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sotae at least V ef sbe4gallty parties tbtrejnuev1 l fdepaIast BJ r t i j 1 g Lt it t 4- i I f 0 1 i1 q 5 rt i J o if d1r1 rlt Jto4 Jt 14 RCfroO iP p r rffl 1JI yr fi PERSONAL Arthur Markland has returned oat Ashland Miss May Duughorty Is in Mt toning with relatives Miss Bertlo Rainoy of Howards Mill was in town Tuesday Jamoa OHIon is able to bo outI again after a few days Illness Chas Leer of near Paris came nst week to visit Col HenryKwl np Miss Julia Elliott went to OraysonbSaturday to visit Miss BOU v James L Stephens loft Friday to riends at Govington and Cin cinnati Clark Bascoin Jr of Millersburgc came Saturday to visit WBascom Dr W O Mclntire wife and baby went to Carlisle last week o visit relatives Miss Noll McCoy and Juliet Wood Lexington visited Miss Cathor ine Rice the past week Mrs Turner Perry went Saturday In Milleraburg Visit her parents Thos McClintock and wife Elder B H Ross is out again a ter being laid up a day or so with an attack of stomach trouble DfekTempletnan and wife pf near yomlng wore guests of D SEstlll and wife Saturday and SundaygMiss Lucy Atkinson with a party for Niagara Falls NewaYork and oilier points in the Miss Cora Kelly after a visit to tier slater Mrs J n Taulbeo returnaed home to Mt Sterling last Mrs Tray Wells and Miss net guestsfMonday Joht Lewis Vice the wellknown bUnd man of near Forgo HIM is crit ically ill being a mere shadow of his former self AmyxSlrlngslIorgan spend several days for the beueQt his healthhcame Tuesday night to assist KIden H Rosa at the Pleasant Valluyl protracted oieeting Mrs James M Ross and little daughter Julia Gardner went to Mt bMnMrs Dr Blanton of Danville vie her uiatorlnlnw Mrs Beile ice nephew A N Crooks and other relat Yea the past week Robt Coleman and Misii Loniss oilman of Mt Sterling who are Itt a party at Olympian Springs tore guests of Miss Mary I Saturday Misses Rosalind Goodwin of Mt Sterling and Ruby Yates of Eliza bethtown wer guentsuf the formers father Col P 114 Uoodwln u few lays this weeklMiss wont to Sterling Inat week joining a from there Saturday on a trip to Niagara Falls She will be gone about tenduya Chas Stone and family who went to Texas In the spring to reside reot turned last week fully impresseds With the opinion that tace like Old Ky MriJ B hughes on ThursdayI ntertainea MUs Sallle oatRoinery oeuntv MM Lizzie LucyMrsMrs James H Wood of MU Ster ag aud MnIWmS Duty of Win heater came Saturday morning toIvisit Julia W Honaker and They were joined by their husbands Sunday and all returned to Mt Ster ling Monday morning Henry Graves and wife Howard Mill i Q R Armstrong wife and little daughter Allio oodaoii Eil Grubbs and wife LC McCormick arid wife otMt Sterling were guests SuudlYMrsof some days DrJyHTauibeeand wife Reid PaUeraonConner Bwihg Thos B IiIbrou and wife Mrs John Glllon Emmet Fratinan and wife E W tleflln and wife Ellis Byron E H Gobdpaster and wile Miss Lillian Daugherty all went to New York City and other points In the East last Thursday John T Clayton who has been here several mouth as foreman 01 Robertson k Stones tobacco warehouse left Tuesday to spend a few days at Bethel after which bu wilt to Covlngtbu oil a visit Mr Cla toumdemalt friends here who hope to aao him return PBEACBSD AT CBBIBTIAH CBUROB athpaetorufIChurch preached to a goodBleed attendance at theChrietian Church Sunday night He will preach here i4tbe Presbyterian Church every grit Sunday night In each month ofIwas auIwas I ItIwas ca robbing a saloon cub drawer in that town but bit restoring the Money ivas allowed to leave tbe lsce on a promise not to return tie wsat the S SH robbe heard of It and gotaftsr him He ease herc ni wan arrested 0 WALWISDTiW Farmers base ball club reinforced JlOae Mora head playerf eamefeere Saturday ajM4waled the OIRgnilleelultl ratsforieed by from Sjharphiirg by 13 to 8 The Far mers battery was Brown pitcher GrajooR catcher the Owingsville battery Crayeraft aRdPetersCray loglaRdOR a bailuwitted over to the W oining turnpike aSprattofOwngs viHearaadea sensational one hand ed catch ia center field falling he did so but held The ball TIme Owlngavilloa braotd up and did their best playing toward the fcnt of the game but it was too late K J bs very effective t- JJviV t r rr I 0 Tnt WEDDIKO ANNIVEHSART Captain and Mrs J 0 Wood of Preston celebrated their tin wed ding anniversary Thursday after l noon Many guests attended and presents in profusion were given the host and hostess Sonic seventy five persons partook of the bounti spread of good things THK OUTLOOK was kindly remembered with a generous share and joke ed the guest in wishing that Captain nd Mrs Wood may live to cele rate their diamond wedding anni ttCooPaAT1oxnual cooperation meeting of the congregation oftlo Christian ell of Bath county will be held at bwingsvillexAugust 19 nnd 20 There will be irfJasket dinner in the school house yard on August 20 All persons interested in the ad vancement of the cause of Christ in v Bath county are earnestly urged to be present and have fellowship in bat we hope to make a glorious cotingleMinister of Christian Church In STOCK SALKS Peed Lathram sold fifteen ewes to Sunt Shadrick to t f5 per head fifteen to JohnUud ell at 4 fifty to Spencer Boyd at 550 twentysix to Jeesallampton- t an 45 The same firm bought Spencer oyd eight 2 year old butchers heiferiat3e three yearold of butchers steers at 3c of George Boyd flve 850lb heifers and steers at 3c u They also bought 175 fat hogfc different ones at 5c i LiOBTitma BURNED BARK Dick lies the wellknown colored farmer and trader ol Salt Lick went to liisc tlagentDick called Dick left word that lie would return later but before ho could back he received word that lightning had struck and the brato ashes The he brrn was an unusually good and well arranged one The IoeEpn the barn alone was 500 y- SHOCKED BT TKIKPHOMK WIRE During the storm Saturday the wind broke down a llnxb of a tree n front of Eugene Brothers gro a eery The limb in falling broke a telephone wire which fell across the back of the delivery horse Floyd Ross clerk took hold of the to pull it out of the waywhen lightning struck the wire giving to fiim a shock that sent him reeling nn ngainst the storehouse EugeneC Brother caught and cur nod to the hnupo and brought him around by the nppHcntlbn of wa XISrllhockon SundiyyNARROW EfCArE FROU DROWN INoOnTueaday afternoon of last week Bert Danlel and son Clyde making a trip through the mountain with their trunks of sample shoes in a drummers wagon attempted to cross Licking river at the Alfrey forth between Bath and Rowan counties The flyer was Hush and swept the wagon team and men some distance down the river They made a narrow escape from drowning Thy had to get anpther team finally to draw their wagiin cp the river bankiEscAPKo JAuOn Wednesday flight of last week Jailer Sam Jones told Wallace Powers of color to e bring a lamp out of hilJ cell into the corridor to have it filled by another a inmate Powers brought the lampt set it down and finding the front door open ho went out into tlieI darkness for parts unknown Jailer Jones ed him until he collided 1tl1atreeiqtb 4rkne68 and then gave up the chase Powers was being held inr Jefnult of f500 bail on the charge of rob bing the oath register of Thomas Allens saloon of 60to65 On ThtztsiiayJiailer Jones get a message from thttWlnehester police tblta1ri an auepectifd to be PowerQ was held there on a fine for carry ing a concealed weapon Jones j went there but Jt was not Powers- JkCKsoNWQRTaERMi8iMabe I Mae Northern and Mr George M Jackson t the home of the bride s parent JIl Wewnka last Wednes day July 26th 1905 were united In1 a ReV RobertfHodgeon officiated The wedding is oneQfI e long to bo recalled by pleasant memories by the bride and groom and about sixty oftheir invited friends who were Teyrearnongthe most pop youngpeoplof and hue ajjpst pf frlends who bestow the warjacst eongratulations tTb bridal froeession marched Into the room specially prepared and beau ti fully decorated and pro valent with tha perfume of out flowers and crossing the length of the ballarr aged themselves I formumler a large boll suf peaded from the celling lad which bung so low aeto almost touch the brldiebrov when Rev proabuflcedthe word that made tbomlIulbandrid1 If The bride was beautifully dress ed in white silk mull handsomely trimmed in laces the groom was clothed in conventional black Wewoka I T Herald The bridegroom is a son of Squire Wm Jnckspn of Olympia and brother o Samuel 31 Jackson this town He went West about four years ago f BiooBAinr or RICHARD H MEld xEJohn Wilson Townseml of Lexington was hero Saturday col ctlng material for a biography that he is writing ot Richard II Monifco The Filson Club of Lou- Isville which has done so much in collecting and preeervingKentucky historical matter will publish the biography AlrTownsend express himself as amply repnid for the trip He found the will of Meni feos father in Book A of the records in the County CrcrkolUce and gained considerable informu n of tho traditions of the Meni BURLEY TOBACCO GKOWEBS Co The meeting of the tobacco growers at Sharpsburg Saturday after noon was postponed indefinitely There was n good sized crowd of growers there but II B Kinsol ing of Mt Sterling failed to at expectedIvarious other points in the Bur y district but the growers seem chary of entering the organization u Fnyette county only 3400 of the quota had been subscribed up Saturday night Montgomery ery 1500 Harrison half of its quota of 12500 Nicholas held enthusiastic meeting CLAUDE PROSPERIHG In conver sation with Mr S C McKiniynn Wallabe we wero surprised to learn of the volume of the business being dono by him He hiss built p a trade oecnnd to none in the- ounty and his storb is always a busy place This year he has bought aRe quantities of wheat janrt since threshing began has been hipping nearly three carloads a day He will soon begin the erec on of a large warehouse where ho an store a vast amount of goods us better fitting him to supply is growing trade He handles a complete line of general merchan dise and will unieha customer With nearly anything that ia to be had Midway Clipper EDWARD CARTMILLB DEATH dward Cartmillwho with his fam- Ily was making his home with his mother Mrs Sallie Cartznill of the upper Prickly Ash neighborhood came to town Thursday to consult physician He had typhoid fever andwent to bed at the home of his motherinlaw Mrs Lou leratton SIlo Avenue He rapidly grew worse Some time near daylight Monday morning he was ralied up take some whisky and expired being laid down The funeral I as held Tuesday bur lalut the- artinill graveyard Deceased wns aged about 28 years and wasn son of John Cart ill deceased Ills wife who Was iss Ora Pferntt and their two earold daughter survive He eaves a mother brothers Letcher Wallace and1 Jnmee and ulsters MrsEIle Stoae Mrs B F Pier sail and MisB Annie all living in this county lie wjts a good citizen and his deceGo Is mourned many relatives and friends byI family have much sympathy their sorrow MONTGOMERY TimtiriKE TROUBLE Mt Sterling Ky Aug 5Tue Montgomery County Fiscal Court has gotten into a tangle over the turnpike situation and at a meet ingheld Friday it was developed that the county was f15000 in debt on turnpikes for the fiscal year npproprltionorthe total of 21000 was expended u the pikes are in bad condition Some months since W W Eu bankand It S Stokeley were can didates for road BuperviaarEubhnk received three out of six votes and was declared elected and has been filling tho position At the meeting Friday an effort was made to trans fer money fjrom other funds to the turnpike fqpd and would have been done had not CountyAttornej Thomas threatened to enjoin the Hbankority ousted Eubank from office by A vote of lour to two Magis trates Trimble Douglas Thompson and Trimble voted against himand Henry and for him The oWe e was then declaredacantnnd tho Treasurer ordered not to pay any 1904 vouchers out of the 1905 levy The court then passed an order Instructing the County Clerk to issue BO more vouchers unlebs signed by the Fiscal Court Eubank claims he was legally chosen and will continue to act until a successprts chosen or will go into court and fight for hisJ rights The deficit is pausing considerable uneasiness The banks holdif the Touchers which do not bear in terest and unless the money is forthcoming will sue to collect same There is no money in the- o treasurers hands to pay them and IInonehaving been expended There has not been a tatement t of the countys financial condition published for some time notwith standing an order train the grand JuryMt Sterling correspondent to Lexington Herald wr OMcINTIRH DENTISTr bwiugavlll 0 Banking Companys Building OWIN3SVILLE KY I FORI yjrgiliia Screened LUmp and Pluto Cannel COAL ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIA KY Bath room Ready Sept I White Shoe PoliRh for tale The Palace Shop place Owingsrillc uptodato haircut bootblock always roaclyto Wishing SALT LICK KY AUG 17 18 19 MEET ME AT THE BIG B- iEUNlU N Better attractions than ever Speaking Paynter and Blackburn forces This will be the largest reunion held the QA Post at this place Order will be maintained by two county officerS and good time insured to WM A YOUNG Candidate for ti Legislature oliij mitmvoters of 8at1 coUijty as o11oWH Preston school house Wednesduynight August Faisett school house Thursday night Licking Union schonl Friday night August i Campbells Hull Saturday night August White Oral lower schoolhouse Monday nightAug7Okla schoolhouse Tuesday night Reynoldsvllle school house Wednesday night August Bethel ohoolhouso Thursday night August Lit Flat schoolhouse Friday night Sherburne Saturday evening Razors store Saturday tight Speaking commence each place except Sherburne which will pclock My opponent Hon Waller urged present and division present appointments Bath Countys TELEPHONE Franchise Eights FOR SALE By the FisealCourt duly made at the April term 1005 will Special Commissioner said Court the 11th day of Septem ber 1905 proceed to sell for in hand to the highest and b8t bidder the Courthouse in Oningsville Kentucky the franchise rights erect te1 phone over each turnpike and public road in Bath county said franchise privileges to run for too tetm not exceeding twenty years will first sell said privileges over the following turn pike roads ike1roqd g61vill a Barber is the best in the city of to get nn or shave Two drstclass Barbers ready to wait on you at all times We have employed the old reliable John War ner and he is on you all old nnd new customers to give us a call in time basement under hotel office wo are E J PARKER G A by the ever by R a is all e 2 August 3 house 4 Salt Lick 5 August 8 9 10 tie August 11 August 12 ore mines August 12 to at at 730 at be at 2 is to be1 take of time Ladles are invited to be at these order of 1 as on cash at door to lines 1 v wait road Owlngeville Menifee to Menifee line turnpike road Ow ingsville dcStepslone turnpike road Uwingsville it Wyoming turnpike rod Qwingsville Mclntire to Licking rivet turnpike road Ow ingsvillo k Dawson turnpike road South Sherburne t Upper Blue Licks turnpike road Bethel Little Jourdon turnpike rnadUnion it Sharpshurg Sanders route turn pike road Union Jc Sharpsburg Ratliir route turnpike road Wy oozing it East Fork turnpike road Tunnel it Prickly Ash turnpike road Bethel k Junction turnpike road Maux Branch Cnn turnpike road Salt Liclk Sulphur turnpike road Moores Ferry turn pike Water Dell Licking river turnpike toad White Oak turnpike road Preston A Peeled Oak turnpike road Big Slate Creek turnpike roadBald Eagle Spring field turnpike road Craigs turn pike road The Fiscal Court will be in sea sion on the day of sale and the right to reject anyand all bids for these said rights is reserved AntI when said bids are tnado that be acceptable said stale will be im mediately con Grmed by the nrder of said Court and all previous grants made by the Fircal Court for franchise rights to erect tele phones c under Section 164 of the Constitution of Kentucky are voidThis July 26th 1005 JNO A DAUGHERTY J B C and SpecialCommissioner The Outlook and dailj Louisville Post one year for 385 kS l 4 NOW IS THE TIME I To save money on Muggr Harness I have more Harness and bettor liar ness thou any hoiiae in Eastern Kentucky When you buy that iicTvbti gy 1come and seo my Harness and I will BUVO you money Everyone knows that my Ky Spring Saddles are tho best eaddlo niadq They ride easier look better and wear longer tItan any saddle iaade any p whore Como and see me Dud I will SUTO you money Iam yOurs for tho best Saddles and Harness v I EUGENE MINIHAN Owingsviliec f JJ j RACKET STORE i UNDER BUY UNDER SELL f FOB OASB J We are selling bargains every lay k Trade with us und save money J vS i Stonownre gill be 3pt Tin Cups 5e lKnl Tin Bucket 10- oi gal Mason Jars doz 75c Rubbers for Jars doz Sc No2 Lamp Chimney Mens Work Shirts 10 25 20o Comb and Brush Holders tin Co aU Coffee Pots tin 8e Razors 08 5Uc Calico yd 21 c Linen for Go1 Dress Q h Ir f 25cc Heavy Floor Oil Clotbyd Hair Brushes 105 2 J3 Ash 85 t Bells 251510c CASH PAID FOR EGGS i E W HEFLIIESI WM ATtiHISONS I Livery arjFe StabI JJr4OWINGSVILLE ICYr 1 When you desire a livery team that is firsts ch441LffY respect 1tT RANPNEIIECiJESFIESJJANthAST R9 f J I 4L Atchison feeds your horses at reasonable J v prices Sales made on commission j All trains inet at PFeston at low liargesSl WM ATCHISON LIVERYMAN 1- V Owingsyille KyS 3 t f WM RAFTERS Jr i 7tBETHELKY f Dealer in Euriiitiire Also Undertaker Funeral Director and Embalmer j Calls promptly obeyed or night t KENTUCKY BIG 6 iisrfcSTATE IAT LEXINGTON September 18- 23BIGDAVS IN PREMIUMS white Cloth 25000 V 6 IN PREMIUMS 1THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE AND AGRiCULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE NIVII Attractilns Mignificenl ExhibitionS jcFamous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further InformBLtlon Address GEO Ai BAIN Secretary Lexington Oct The Outlooks prices on Job Work of every and see samples and you wilt see we can do better work at lower prices than you can get elsewhere The Outlook and Weeki Commercial Qazettet for 140 3ffc Table yd 25c Corset 10Bc Sinomor Corsets 25cxr 25r15 Combs lO5e tuucliositipo 5cj 25lIi10a 76c Hand SES E day STOCK- SOUTH The Ky kind year Brushes Churns iltBy a Special Arrangement you can getSThe Outlook and The WEEKLY COURIER 10UKNAL both one ynair for ory Iso iT 4 tc 1t i v v 3 r4 cz J OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUD CO Publisher1 O WINGS VI LLI KENTUCKI a Ct WE KNOW LITTLE WHAT WE ARE We know so little what we are What new unbidden self may rise To falsity tbe former life And strike the heart with wild surprise We know so little whet we are EC doubt the self we yet may be That linked years assume a shape Of dread and mutability Desire with tti myriad mood And fate that moldeth us anew Shall lave us but the faded wraith I Of thnt flml simple self we knew t Tut Honor be our shSdant Truth I EofcnU our steps whereer wo range 1Vtutiver alter these shall save From Irremediable change Elizabeth French In prInteld Mass Jlcpubllcan f f r1IJ1AROSEOF1G I I NORMANDY I I I Isy I I d SiL- IWILLIAM L A wason fcsc4 CHAPTEH V COSTINVKD Perchance sone such chair contains a s my JYOr Potion muttered Tonil to hlms lt and as he dId zo he smllcu 1p at the thought of his ever being able to give up woman in the abstract for ft 1i a woman however beautiful m While engaged thus he did not hearv v i i t the warning sound of horses hoots up p on ttiq pavingstones close behind him w It was only when this sound was acct 1 ltlpanled bya harsh human voice tbat he turned quickly and leaped aside as he saw a horseman riding at lull speed almost upon him He did 1ia not escape entirely for the huge stirrup 1vt tj rf the rider caught him a blow In the 4 If rldcythnt nearly overthrew him while SI nt same time a shower of mingled a 4L mud and water from the hOrS s hoofs Pplaahed mir his new boots 1 We sprang forward with an angry Cry his hand on his sword In pursuit 4 i of tha man whose carelessness had caused the accident The blow In the tide did not ruffle him half as much as The ruin of the boots he had paid 200 a llvres for within the hour The man turned In his saddle and shook his fiat t c at him but did not slacken his speed Wrapped ax he was In a hugo cloaks with his hat pulled down over his eyej Tontl could not get a glimpse of his ace His cry however soon changed U from ono of anger to that of alarm a I 1 end warning for the man still half P k turned In his saddle and regarding 1j Tontl with a menacing air did not see I that his horse was about to collide HzAshouts but not In time to change hh horses course who the nex moment plunged Into the first bearerKnocklng I him down and daebed against the side of the chair with sufficient force jf to tend it toppling over with a crash despite the efforts of the bearer in the rear to prevent its overthrow f Tn hcrse staggered arid finally i stumbled sending his rider Sprawling 1 on the jjayementf He was not hurt t for he up and after his horse J r A CORNER Of THE CURTAIN WAS AISKD andllA4 V a damage he had already wrought Ton 4r 1 tl hearing a feminine scream froth Oe C i r interior of the chair as it went over o J t started to assist in righting it but be i I ftfdrehjB reached the spot the two bear soti ill fJC jrthia mischief about to make his es t cape changed his purpose EO not stop li at the place of the accident ha I rushed otf toward the horse and rider s ITa mushed them just in time to selio ti the KbrMB rein and hinder his furJ ritter tS1 t DlaMlne You insolent fellow 1twatmean youby rnnalBg Into me and I J t i nverliraing ycnder d schalr he- fe cried refthlf from his exertions j o jk Let co my sun yeii fleabitten cur f W3io the 1nsnlitn reply How darE eSlljtSI j jc t lace Tontl saw th movement ant f it T jirrji3 tbought h ad his swordpoint f agsinrttbemaawbreit il f Ma1o but me motion with that 1 f f whip or one effort to escape and t shall 1 ot tflt you like I would any other car J it rlon Kings usInea or no you mus fJ cv first Ttftsrn arid wake amends to the If tt ecctpnt ofyunchair and then die pb r eJ our name and face to me so if 01JtJtjtlatJfTOuare not the streetscum 7U iiidicatepu to he J cai vdL4 ghae the plaureofcroslng wcmts you Come boutfaceand e peeking That turned tire horse I 11 zk Kead and led bfith horse and rider back J to thi chair Still keeping hl r sword ot ia druwH he advanced to the window 1 Mtt whofif curtain was down and bowing t Jsald Tn a respectfuiVrolce d 1t J 4cve ri truly zMdame thatt i 4l1ls frwblsh uldhave occurred to 7 f Tou nrlI1oetb you areaetJn t jf lr enh wBelI el1 the cause of ft shall bs justly punished 5qEl for his lB8oleB As the first step in ii f 8JPtmlllhmeh1 have brought him r to OIlt at the point olt Jl 3S 5WLrd if necessary to make due DlY1 y Ji i tOn to you and to uncloak iSIS a r fO that J may know whether ke In trJ prthy for a soldier to meet upon the reld ntl 5ae BMaWBg he Involuntarily lowered Jjsword trifle The rider Biw his oipoitnnltyjahd suddenly t 4lfn the spurs lntoi fhls horse he 2 t isflid tte rein frojQ Tontls h fidand tah yassad struck him a stinging J Zi Mei upon tho cheek with bis whip r JMylof JnaOlcelllltidmt hatred r fi Thjisrdo I bra tI1IJY dogs and was i j at fuiigallod own the ret 1thekat4 ot ti jrf l ri5 Fn- r j t r J v 1 dr6trr B 1it t ti L trtrr I t I f i sT1ri fj p r r P voice the occupant of the chair gave another little feminine shriek and as Tontl looked after the fleeing enemy tjelashhe was vaguely conscious that a corner of the curtain was raised and a pair ot eyes were Regarding hm furtively Ho must havebeen mistaken for when he turned again the curtain was motionless The wretch has fled I however marked well his horse and shall search tho city until I find It and then Its owner I shall fight him with a greater joy now that I have his Insult to you to avenge as well as mine own be said gallantly sheathing his sword end picking up his hat- I thank yot sir for your assIst- ance but del not I beg of you fight with that man he Is an expert swords man and a person without honor who would take any advantage of you so as he could kill you came in half abashed and faltering earnest tones from the Interior of the chair The voice was that of a woman young refined and presumably beauti ful at least a rare beauty should properly accompany a voice as rich iu Its modulations and as clear as It was Some such thought flashed through Tontls mind as he bowed his head so as to bring It near the window and spoke in a voice low enough to escape the cars of the bearers who stood ready to proceed with the chair May I not be rewarded by a sight of the fair cne I found in distress and like a true knight have endeavored tore lieveThere was no reply for a moment then the curtains suddenly parted and he saw before him the smiling face of a young girl whose beauty seized and thrilled him Only a glimpse and the curtains were again closed and the word of command given to the bearevs Tontl was In ecstasy and despair when a small white ungloved hand appeared between the curtains He seized It in one of his and bending low kissed it Another Instant hr stood hat in hand watching the chair disappear around a neighboring cor ner white In his grasp he held a dainty kerchief In one corner of which was embroidered the letter R He pressed It to his lips and noting the letter exclaimed Mine Is no lily R stands for Rose1 and since the fairest are found In Normandy I shall call her my Rose of Normandy for want of a better name And alt through that night a certain lodger In the Place de la Greve dreamed of many conflicts and battles all of which ended In his being victorious and standing on a high spot somewhere drinking the blood of his enemies to the health ot his Rose of Normandy J 4t s CHAPTER VI A DARK CHAPTER DEALiNG WITH A DARK NIGHT DARK MEN AND DARK ERRANDS The rain that had threatened during the day broke over the city at night tempcstlof Notre Dame and otherchurches so that many beads were told and prayers offered for the safety of thedtrlnhope of warding oft the vengeancepf offended Deity But there were many abroad that night on unholy errands who feared rather the devil and his crew of demons than the thunderbolts mystfItwere who not satisfied with offerings made within the sacred edifices sought how they might likewise pla rate end win the power and influence of His Satanic Majesty Monsieur DIable i Whilst the storm was at Its height about 11 by the clock the figure ofa man carefully cloaked against the rain and recognition misbehave been ob served makIng his way along a street In that famous or rather infamous part of Paris known as the Quartler BonneNouvelle He fought his way Inch by inch against the force of thi wind and rain At times hen he reached the partial shelter of a wall or projecting corner he halted a ma meat to gain his breaihibr rearrange the cloak that the wlnd tried to d prive him of He finally turned Into a small street ihe Rue Beaureganl that was almost deserted He came tC1aPQrtl2n that lemedto t ayerse a vast vacant space void of ail habits tions save one This one exception Yasa largeinanslon 3etbac1cpie die lance from the street Its yrd filled sideSIA feeble light secured from the force of the wind overlooked a narrow opqn lag In the wall which was Jailed bjr a barred gateway Tie mac stopped be neath the light which was ingenious ly arranged so as jo throw tf shadow on whoevef stood Immediately below it He hesitated a moment and pulled at a knob In the wall whic i evidently communicated with a mys tenons bell for In a moment another light appeared In the hands of an ugly crosslooking dwar whO alter nately scowled t Jeered at the visitor as beyethlm IL The flashes of lightning cmdered the service of the dwarrisjtofth BU pcrfluous so he made his way rapidly toward the house jwlthout waiting for his guide lusocked and was Immedi ately admitted TJie brlghtpess the interior contrasted BO toniSfw tb the darkness ofthenlghtoittslde that tbe man was daied focja moment Ho 1was led Into a small waltlngittom and left to himself amid a prof siom of gorgeous furnishings tbatseemed strange in this deserted part of the cityfBut there was reason for Jals finding thIs surroundings strange aid terrible for he was within the wallsjof the most infamous home of crime and vil ianyJnnIs It was none Other than the house of La Volsln thefcelebrated 80 rea8t polEpner Infanticide tile LocHgtfl of her Say the pffana of France Hither came the husband seeking to be rid of an aging wife by spell or poison in order to espouse a more youthful beauty fthe wife long ing for freedom from a rich but dis tasteful husband or finding here a ndezvpas yrllh herldver All classes of the arlstocracy icanle asiSjetltldners at the shrine W this archpHestess of hell OKcera of the army desiring the death of those outranking them magistrates ministers jot stateall met on one common level of hideous crIme- i ft too came the first women of 1JiHere In their sedanchain duch ladieslnwaltlng ountesaes princesses to gain their hearts de sire with nIl the faith and earnestness worthy of If better cause Now one craved a love philter to overcome a lovers coldness or neglect another some secret essence to preserve her youtBfniness against tho ravages wrought byMhe Hf4of fashionable de ba her In which all iIved In this den jot Infamy waslcejebrated the lattI BlApIt7iIis henfellturgteal e mpai66 of the Christian church were ttayfstled and degraded Ibl devWl1 higenultl 1IIJ 3 f Yif aa o= 1 i = dren one nnd two years old were sMrlI feed to Satan as at a heathbn festival There too came Madame de Monte withIDarkness craving his aid to wlnfpr her the love of the king tho confu sion of her enemies and the gratifica tion of her desires Within a small waitingroom the visitor awaited his turn to Interview the mistress of the establishment He removed his cloak and hat and stood revealed to an observer as a young man of 25 tall with dark hair and black overarching eyebrows which seemed to scowl continually His face was smooth save a few hairs on tbt under lip which he pulled at nervously as he stood or walked up and down the floor of the apartment His eyes were deepset and gleamed with the light of tho unquenched fires of dark desire within their depths His cheek bones rather accentuated the deep seatedness of his eyes a sensuous mouth betrayed the voluptuary while a receding chin gave a mixed Impres aba of Instability anti waywardness A finely curved aquiline nose showed good birth and hands white and well cared for demonstrated a life of Idle ness and pleasure Acertaln air of ease and lack of selfconsciousness In all his movements IndIcated associa tion and even familiarity with those In authority On the whole he seemed a fair sample of the wellbred courtier of his day At length just as a distant clock chimed 12 a door opened and another dwarf appeared and approaching him asked for his name Ie Comte de Mlron was the reply wade In a low Voice Again the dwarf disappeared but returned shortly and motioning to the young man led the way into the ad joining room Here were Jotind the same rich hangings and priceless tapestries High carved chairs their seats banked up with varicolored silken pillows were arranged against the wall on three sides of the room A dim light came through the center of the ceiling from an unknown source and was EUffused throughout the apartment by means of glass prisms forming a softened yet serviceable glow fn the mId- dle of the floor stood a small foun lain of translucent marbl whose tiny jets of perfumed water rendered the Mr as agreeable to the nostrils as the other furnishings attracted the eye The musical cadence of a lute played by a hand invisible always soft and low but sometimes dying away to the finest attenuation of sound greeted the ear of the newcomer Across the fur ther end of the room were stretched silken curtains From behind these hangings issued a soft voice command ing the young man to advance He did so and knelt directly in front Or- the mysterious drapery From his close proximity he discovered that the silk was almost transparent so that the form of a woman could be faintly discerned yet not with sufficient clear ness to enable one to recognize her faceWhat seek you of tho Powers of Darkness demanded the volce I seek first most powerful Prlest easra charm to win the hand of one Renee d friend and com panlon of Mademoiselle whoso lovely person I desire Next tho means for a sure and speedy death of a relative whose heir liam Anti lastly I crave thy a1d 10 nerve my arm and protect my body In a duel I shall shortly fight with a foreign soldier Truly thy wants are many and great What offering have you to make before the devils shrine Ten thousand llvres and as he poke he drew from his bosom a bag of clinking gold and stretched it forth A hind protruded itself through tho curtains and seized ILThere was silence for a raonent or two as the priestess examined the contents Alt seemed satisfactory for Jna moment the thal reappefred Tbeariatfa tiny cl rnofsillf nJn facheil too line chain r Takejihli was the fccommandt jBain but a single hair from the hea4 other yt hosetand10u seei to win In- ltaeit this sIlJten goand wear It Within ryear the glrtJSiyoTrrs The Comte de Miroa sibed the chain eagerly nail placed It about his neck Again vtho hand appeared from be hind the curtain This time it held a cmali phial containing rosered fluid Drop one drop dally Into your rela tires wine He will soon begin to droop an lwcakenand before this precious liquid is used up he will die and no leech cen save him nor distinguish his malady The young man took the poison A moment later the hand waa again be fore him this time holding two pIece of thin strangelooking metal hbout the shapo of iv pistole Sew tltese at midnight before the duel one on your right sleeve to glvq your swordarm strength and cunning the other over against your heart to protect your body So saying the voice ceased and the bits of metal fell into his outstretched palm A slight noise at his elbow caused the comto to start and turn in that direction when be heheld the same dwarf that had ushered him in to the room standing with his cloak and hat ready He quickly donned these and slier being led toward UM wall by his deformed guide a secret door sprang open and an Instant later he found himself standing In the RUG do Beauregard with the rain still fall Ing In torrents about hl i Through the tame stpm that broka about the head of tho young Comte da Miron as he went about his nefarious errand another cloaked f sure of a man might have besa aeni hurrying to a midnight appclntment In another portion of the city This rerson top feared neither God nor clevlL As he passed Notre Dame he stopped a moment In the shadows ant looked up through the murk at t1 maaslys structure in admiration of the inher eat strength and power that enabled it inanimate though it was to fling defiance to the lowering thunder clouds and stand unshaken before tho buffetings of wind and rain To Bo Continued Bnbna Secret Pn son dIt is with faltering psnminahlp that I write to have communication with you about the prcspectlTe confil tlon of your damssl offspring For some remote time past a secret pisslca has been firing In my boson Internal ly with loving for your dinghter- So begins the letter of a lovsstrlck en Babu quoted b7 the Penang Gazette The writer continues My educational capabilities havo abandoned me and hero I nov cling to thoee ovely long tresses of you mush coveted daughter like a marIner shipwrecked oir tlfe rock of lovp As to my hol tlc calibre I was recently rejected from the Rangoon Collegs add I am now mastlcatlag Loudo U 1L 11s r itr AW f 7 J4Itf V11 THE WIVES OF ESAU PART I OUR BIBLE STORY by theHighway and Byway Preacher- A Vision Between the Llres of Cods Inspired Word Copy rlfht by J a Edwo Scripture Authority And tau was forty years old when he took to wife Judith the daughter of Been the Illttlte and Uashemath the daughter of Elan the Hittite which were a grief of mind unto Isaac and to Ucbekah Gen 1631 33 IE SAU opened his eyes A burly stranger w a s standing over him Who was this fellow Was he friend or foil Where was ho Why was ho ly ing there the strong and agile Esau What had happened 11 I head felt dizzy and every bone and muscle In his body ached but he tried to think and find answers to all thcao questions which camo rushing upon him Are you badly hurt theman asked and again he opened his eyes Tie man stooped down and raised him to a sitting position What has happened asked Esau with a groan You have fallen down the rocks and are badly bruised htmL I guess no bones are broken replied the other as he made nasty examination Esau glanced at his bow lying broken at his side and the arrows fallen from his quiver and scattered about He looked up the face of the rocks to tho precipice some twenty or more feet above his head ho saw the rent In the vines and bushes which covered the edge of the rocks made as he had come crashing through and then he remembered He had been chasing an antelope and so Intent was he In taking his quarry that a misstep had sent him headlong to tho rocks below Fortunately the bushes and vines had broken his fall and though he was badly shaken up and knocked senseless no bones were broken The day before Esau bad started on one of his long hunting trips and had wan dered far to the northward ills search for game had been unsuccess ful until at last he had struck the trail of the antelope whose pursuit had ended so unfortunately And the antelopes got away he exclaimed regretfully the hunters ruling passion asserting itself and making him forget for the moment his P 4Never antelope Youre In luck tOiiavc esCaped with only brnlses Como lets see If you can stand And extending a hand he helped Esau struggle to his feet and then looking Inquiringly at hIm he asked Wh6 art TtSou l HasTTtiioui come far V tam Esau the son of Isaac and my people live far tof the southwest at iWhat tho son of Abraham v Yea the same responded Esau Ah the story of the greatness ancl riches of Abraham and Isaac has spread through all the country But he added a shadow of resentment crossing his face why are thy people so exclusive Are not the HIttites and other nations dwelling in the land great in riches and power Why should Abraham and Isaac and their people continue as strangers Jnthe land and refuse to mingle with us An awkward pause followed during which Esau struggled for an answer He had fe wgwgUrealizatlpir that it had SOMe with the of his pecjIjjMf W9 familiar with the y h and had often heard hiss fattier and grandfather speaH of the false gods otthe nations bout them and declare that they mutt have nothing to do with them buf ho hall never before come face to face with such questions as this stranger had propounded and for want of better answer he parried tho questions by asking J1 And art thou a Hittite fI am Been one of the chiefs of the- Hittite kingdom But tell me he persisted why do thyrple have so little Intercourse with the nations about them I think it Is because our religion forbids stammered Esau not understanding just why it should But are not the gods of the Hittites just as good as the gods of Abraham and Isa cWhy need our worship separate us But come thou dost need rest afid refreshment after thy cruel fall It is not far to my home And stooping down be gathered up the scattered ar rows and replaced them in Esaus quiv erarid then started down the path while Esau followed coming Is well timed said Deerlas they drew near to lb chiefs tent for the people are gathering lor a feast to the gods on the morrow A feast to the gods Esau started un easily What would his father and mother think of his prejtnco at such an affair He was on the point of saying that he could not remain when the taunt of Been flashed through his mind and he asked himself Is our God better than the gods of the Hittltes What harm can come from sharing In their feast Beeri noted the hesitation and em barrassment acd asked la a tone of die pleasureSYou willnot refus to remain No hastily responded Esau too fearful to make the reply heknew lie ought to make Good and here we are he added as they reached the tent and the servants came hurrying forward to receive them and make them comfortable Sit you here and rest while I look after the preparations for the morrow said Been directing a servant to place a rag for Esau In the entrance to the tent and then departing The tent was large and roomy snore pretentious than any about and occu pied a knoll overlooking the grove where the people were gathering and in the center of which was the great image around which the feast was to be held Liquor Dealers Excluded The Masonic order of Iowa In its1 re cent annual gathering at Sioux City passed a resolution debarring liquor dealers from membership in that order and making special provision surround lag those who are now Masons and engaged In the liquor traffic The same order in Georgia a few months since anYllimitations j9P fit i tti 7 the next day Esau watched tta buss scene before hImthe fresh arrivals at they came up with sbouct of greeting the pitching often s the leading pway and caring for the animals and the preparations here and there already un der way for the evening meal The air was filled with the roar of many voices with the boisterous laughter and the clatter and din of the camp work An unusual commotion a short die tance from where Esau sat drew his at tention A large group of travelers had just arrived and It was evident from the trappings of the camels and the bag gage that they were of some rank At that moment Beeri came burring for ward and Esau heard him say Welcome my lord chief Elon and thy people Scarcely had he spoken his hearty greeting when there came bounding out of one of the tents near by a fair young woman With a delighted cry rite seized In her arms a damsel stand lag near the man just addressed by Been Ob you did come didnt you Bash emath she exclaimed breathlessly Father said your father did not think he would bring you and I was so dis ap Jnted Well I had to coax to come but now that I am here we will have such fun wont we Judith And the two girls turned and walked back towaras tbe tent Both were young and beautiful and Esau found himself watching their animated faces and wondering if he would meet them on the mortow at he feast It was evident that they noted his presence for after casting shy glances In his direction they lowered their voices to almost a whisper and then disappeared hastily within the tentDay dreaming or thinking of that antelope you lost this afternoon asked a voice at his elbow Esau started So absorbed had he been with his own meditation that he Iftd not heard the footsteps on the soft turf and he looked up to see Been and his friend standing before him This is Chief Elon head of one of the tribes of the Hittites Dee went on not noticing the embarrassment of Esau And then turning to the other he continued Chief this Is Esau the son of the great Snick Isaac Doth bowed low Ah It is an unusual honor to have the son of Isaac at one of our feasts Elon remarked graciously Yea broke In Been heartily may it be the beginning of closer fellowship between our people and his Esaus thoughts reverted to the vision of the two young women and he re sponded with some warmth It may be Why shoulf11t not be so 7 That night long after quiet had set tied down upon the camp Esau lay in his tent and thought over the strange events which had brought him there As lie followed out each detail of the days happenings he always came back to the incident of the two young women andS he found himself eagerly recalling feature of face and form Although 40 years old he had never before met the woman that specially Interested him In fact the wild free which he led in the fields and the moun tains took him away from all thought and Inclination for female society But that night new currents were set ting in in his life New visions were opening up before him He called the words of Been expressing the hope of closer relations between the Hittite tribes and the tribe of Isaac and he found the thought growing in favor with him He grew quite enthusiastic as he considered the prestige and power which would come to his people by an alliance with the Hittite people He would broach the matter to Been in the morn ing Thus thInkIng Elau fell asleep The next morning he was astir early Though stiff and sore from his fall he sauntered forth and soon found himself wanderIng along the bank of the river Would he meet the young women that day be wondered He stood absent mindedly watching the water as it rIp- pled over the stones when voices were heard approaching and turning hebe held the two maidens of his thoughts coming toward the river with their water jars on their heads and chatting merrily They did not note his presence nntil almost upon him and then stopped in an embarrassed sort of way and half turned as If tempted to beat a hasty re treat And Esau unused as he was to women and womens ways felt half Inclined to stampede too but resisting the panicky feeling he stammered out Let me fill your jars for you Oh thank you both girls exclaimed forgetting their shyness In their grati tude and watching with admiring eyes while the stalwart form of the great hunter bent low over the rivers brink and dipped up the water from the cool depthsHow come you to be abroad so Ear ly questioned Judith Did not the guest of ray father rest well Yes my fair one responded Esau there was no lack for the comfort of the body but my mind and heart were much occupied and roused me eatly Troubled and anxious to be back among your own people she asked half reproachfully Nay rather do 1 begin to dread the thought of coming departure and Esau looked tenderly at the woman be fore him Evidently not noting the look she hastily asked And why need you think of going Would you be pleased to have me re- maIn 1 Esau asked quickly and looking eagerly Into her face A deep blush was her only answer and realizing that she had said more than maidenly modesty wquld liaro al lowed she turned quickly and spedback with her waterpot whllo Basheraath hastened to follow Half amused and half annoyed Esau watched the girls disappear down the pathway He was sorry the pleasant and unexpected interview had been cut so short Well he ejaculated as he too turned and tctraccd his steps it will not be Esaus fault if there is not an al liance with the tribe of Been the Hit tite We will see what Been will spy Never Touched Kim t A man In St Lolls remarked Jol llboy as he looked up from the paper Is going to fast for 30 days Thats nothing rejoined Mrs Jol llboy calmly You have been go Ing too fast for 30 years Chicago Dally News The Perpetual Complaint A radium clock constructed to run 2000 years would be unsatisfactory The man who had to wind it up 20 centuries hence would complain as loudly about Itas you do about having to wind up your house clock once a week Good Pay Togos salary is 3000 a year Reckoning ten hours to a working day hi must have got almost as much as SO tents for his half hours work on the ailfis8anfleet LIj o Y t r i j t i JJ 1 i J FROM ALL OVER THE STATE 1 KENTUCKY PRODUCTS I Complaint Made That They Are Pass ed in Statehouse Bids Frankfort Ky Aiig 4Gov Beck ham wrote to Architect Andrews of Dayton O who will build the Ken tucky statehouse Inclosing a com- plaInt from Secretary Hughes of the Louisville Commercial club that Ken tucky products are discriminated against in the specifications for the new building The governor directed Mr Andrews to Investigate the com- plaInt and It round to be true to cor rect matters at once It it Is found that there has been discrimination it Is possible that the bids which are to be opened next Monday will be reject ed and new ones asked for or a few days further time given for supple mental bids to Include the Kentucky materials heretofore shut out It Is asserted however that no discrimination has been made except that some kinds of materials may be shut out because of the high quality named in the specifications POISONING ATTEMPTED 1 A Whole Family Became III After Eat Ing Their Dinner IOwlngsyllle Ky Aug INews has reached here from EwIng Fleming coupty that G W Reeves a farmer his wife and young daughter Emily were mysteriously poisoned and were in a serious condition for some time Mrs Reeves Is not yet out of danger The family became just after tak ing a hearty m aland It is evident that an attempt was made by an one my to exterminate the family but there is no clew CANTRILL WILL STAY iHis SonDenle That He Will Resign From the Appellate Bencb IGeorgetown Ky Aug 5ln an in terview with Senator J Campbell Can trill he said The report that It Is the Intention ot my father to resign from the appellate bench is without foundation or authority Judge Can trill is now at Hot Springs and Is much Improved lIe will probably remain there several weeks There Is neces sarily a possibility that his health may rot enable him to sit at the next sea aba of court tint his present state of health does not require him to even considerresignlng ROAD SUPERVISOR OUSTED The County Turnpike Fund Alleged To Be Overdrawn f15000 ML Sterling Ky Aug 5rhe-Montgomery fiscal court In a stormy session removed W JfirEubank road supervisor and declared the omce va cant The meeting showed the couBty turnpike fund to be overdrawn J1S 000 and no money The banks hold the vouchers and unlessmol11i is forthcoming suits bo The meeting caused a sensation Eu Lank will fight the court and continuo to act Sensational disclosures are promised DEFENDED HIS MOTHER The Youngster Fired a Shot That Kilted His Stepfather Owensboro Ky Aug 5Forest Pate 17 years of age shot and killed his stepfather John Browder in this county The boy said his stepfather was advancing on him with a brick when he fired in selfdefense He was arrested brought to this city andplac ed In jail The boy says his stepfather had been abusing his mother and h3 defended her Saw Husband Drown Bardwell Ky Aug 5ln plain sight of the struggles of her husband Mrs George W Turney was forced to stand while he sank beneath the waves of Jones lake Mr Turney and Miss Lillian Jones were rowing when the boat sprang a leak Neither could swim Mrs Turner who Is a bride of six months pleaded with Ed Brady and Clint Atkins who were with her on land to save the couple Miss Jones was rescued but Turney sank Was Killed Instantly Harlan Ky Aug 4Berry Hens ley shot and killed Hose MIddleton Jr at a place known as Hensleys Schoolhpuse Precinct near the Vir ginia line The ball took effect In the right breast killing him Instantly Slot Machines Mutt Go Henderson Ky Aug 3Sheriff S A Young wtioa few months ago was appointed sheriff to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Hen ry DIxon gave out printed notice that he would strIctly enforce the law as to slot machines Sues Railway For Damage Hopklnsvllle KyAug 5LoTR- igsby filed a suit In the circuit court against the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co for 2000 damages cOt injuries alleged to have been sustain ed at hands employee of that com pany June Found Dead In Bed Campbellsvllle Ky Aug LHon James E Durha n 66 was found deal In his bed by his wife at his home near Saloma His death was without any previous Illness He Is survived by his wife and several children James E Durham Expires Campbellsvllle Ky Aug 4James E Durham exmember of the Ken tucky legislature and the leading pop ulist of this county died here Ho was a wealthy farmer and the day before he was engaged in thrashing his wheat Mrs Carlisle Dying Covington Aug 3Word has reach ed Covington that Mrs John G Car lisle wife of exSecretary of the Treas ury Carlisle Is dying at her summer home near Babylon Long Island N Y Mrs Carlisle is a native of Kentucky Sent Home To His Mother Louisville Ky Aug3Bearlng a tag which displayed his name and destination Roger Sherman the 15year old deaf mute who was picked up last week in the Louisville Nashville railroad yards was placed aboard a train and shipped to Ludlow Ky the home of his mother Judge T R McBeath Injured Leltchfleld Ky Aug 4Judge T R McBeath for 25 years circuit judge at this district a was thrown violently to the ground by a fractious horse and sustained a fractured hip Joint I I hllr fj- 1iIt2 e f5 fij FIRE AT INDEPENDENCE The Shock Caused the Death of AnI Aged Woman h Covington Ky Aug 3Flro which threptened her life and home gave MlROIlllIe Edwards 80 such a shocJcI in her feeble condition that she after having been carried safely out of the house In Independence Ky She was a pioneer resident of Independ once the seat of Kenton county and located 12 miles back of Covington The fire did damage Umatedat 12 and threatened the destruction ol the entire town The fire originated In the residence of Mrs Rachel Jones on theother vide of the street from the courthouse and when discovered It had a firm hold of the building It was started presumably from a lca In a gasoline cook stove In the kitchen KILLED PARTNER H A Rose ls Shot Three Times By H H Loving at Paducah Paducah Ky Aug 4A sensational shooting occurred In the omce ol the Kentucky Mill and Lumber Co in the Fraternity building here when H H Loving fatally wounded H A Rose the latter being shot threo times once in the forehead Wee In the back of the head and once In the side Both are wellknown men and up to a few days ago were president and vice pres- Ident of the Kentucky Mill and Lum ber Co It was charged that Rose had been selling the companys lumber by the car load In Chicago and keeping the money and he was forced to get out of the company The directors met and elected Loving president In place of Rose VIVA VOCE VOTING The System Will Be Ballotted on By Kentucklans in November Frankfort Ky Aug 4A constitutional amendment proposing to change from the secret ballot to the viva voce system of voting will be submitted to the voters of Kentucky at the Novem her election as provided by an act ot the last legislature Secretary of State McChesney sent out the requlr cd official announcement to the Kentucky dally newspapers and It Is barely itt time for the law requires tho official announcement to be made 80 days before election dar The ques tion has not been discussed by the rewspapers but it Is known that a large number of people favor a return to viva voce system of voting NEGRO RUNS OVER GIRL The Father Tries To KIII Offender Who Is Jailed London Ky Aug 5id Scarce a negro ran his horse lerllttJetoyearold Bessie daughter of Leander Bryant In front of his residence The child Is painfully but not fatally In jured Much excitement followed anti tire negro was hustled away to jail just In time to escape being mobbed on the streets The enraged father made desperate efforts to kill fbe ne groSInstructors For State Guard Frankfort Ky Aug 4Go Beck ham received a telegram from Gen Alhswortb military secretary United States army stating that he has de tailed nine noncommissioned officers to act as Instructors of noncommis sioned officers of the Kentucky State guard during the encampment at Pa ducah Indirect Cause of a Suicide Lexington Ky Aug 5 T6efitfcIdJi of Mrs Mary HuttI Miller of Louis vllle Ky developed the fact that sha was the indirect cause of the death ot Charles Morehcad in Louisville a year ago he having committed suicide aft er being arrested on complajrit ot th girl Her Scalp Torn Off Louisville Ky Aug 6 Caught In the shafting by her long hair Edna Selfrled an operator employed by the Nelson Bethel Clothing Co was drag ged across her machine until her scalp was torn completely off and her bruis ed and lacerated body fell to the floor Assistant Postmaster Arrested Richmond Ky Aug 4John Bal lard assistant pOstmaster was arrest ed hero by inspectors Speer and Hen mien of Cincinnati on the charge of rifling registered letters When confronted with the charge Ballard broke down and confessed it la said Veteran Killed By a Car Louisville Ky Aug 5Maj Thos Lawson aged 75 an Inmate of the Confederate Veterans home at Pewee Valley was struck and instantly killed by a Pewee Valley eastbound passen ger train while taking a customary talk along the track Neither Responsible or Exonerated Paducah Ky Aug 5The coroners Inquest over the remains of H A Rose who was killed by H 1L Lot tog was concluded Loving was net thOr held responsible or exonerated There Is considerable surprise over the verdict Death Follows a Scratch Paducah Ky Aug 5Mrs Eliza both Crag 58 died at her home near Epperson this county from blood pOi armIng which developed from a small scratch from a fish bone while sh3 was cleaning fish two weeks ago Charged With Forgery Paducah Ky Aug 4Gus Aubrey of the steamer Charleston was arrest ed here on the charge of forging the name of Capt J B Smith to a check drawn for 10 OB the City National bank of Paducah Aubrey is chief mate Bank Closes It Doors Mt Sterling Ky Aug 4The bank of West Liberty in Morgap county has closed Its doors owing to exces sive loans The bank has been running about three years and had 4 capi tal stock of 1500 Plnkeytf In Glasgow Glasgow Ky Aug 3That so muck dreaded disease among stockmen known as pinkeye has developed here and stock owners are very much alarmed over the situation There are probably 125 cases in and near town A Fire at Cantyvllle Leitchljeld Ky Aug 3The bl general merchandise store ot Darned Bros at Caneyvlile was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 13000 partly Insured M R Harned of LouUTille Is a member of tke arm t ad J 4 z F 5 s v vi r- 7 t r The Simple Life w Proper Pood is Really the First Step in Right Living One cf theevlls of our complex mod s ern tvaof living Is our unnatural and nnhealthyfood t 2 To have really good health and a good stomach It ie necessary to eat simple nourishing food EOGOSEB 1Liis the ideal food and reaches the tkproper requirements in this direction 4 more nearly than any other cereal now on time market To make EGGOSEE tlj kernels of the choicest CalifornaJ t He wheat are first cleansed by toiusEcsT then V oughly steam cooked then flaked amid crisped to a maple tint and delicately flavored with natural fruit juice and Zrpure grain sugar f J 1 lit these delicious flakes lies the mighty strengthgiving power of the whole whet grain that evenly noun ishes every part of the body and gives and mental that means t 4deavorgrocerylOc HEEIMSEECI Quincy IIL SICK HEADACHE ARTEK Positively cured fey tc these Little PillssTtiey also tellero Dis tress troa37pepstaIn iUgcstto and Too Hearty Eating A perfect rem edy lorClrdaess Kasaea Drowsiness Bad Taste la the VettV CoataJ Tonrfne fata In tte side TORPIDUVZft Th j gBIWPUre57TSgeIIMe SlULLHU SMNillSE SWUJM jsim Must Bur FaoSiraile Signature jIEFHIE SHIST1THTES nox TOXXIGX SOURCES I poring the put 15 years London has i debt and doubled her tax rate A William aniMary copper farthing dated 1692 Intrinsic value half a cent was sold the other day at auction In Lon s do 1om3S All Idiots or cretins in tho Alps are to be treated at government expense with tablet of extracts of the thrrold of sheep and other domestic animate The underground stations on theloa dontuba railway are to adopt ai American Idea Each Is tube painted conspicuously In dlKerentcoloro An Austrian army oBcer cut himself udder the chin Inahavlog the green v collarof his unlo rubbed against the cut and he died of blood poisoning Buhl work Is said to be very popular now in England It is furniture made of wood tortoise shell or other costly material pierced and Inlaid with metal or pearl jThe demand for gas works In small towns down to 3000 Inhabitants Is In creasing In Germany LastyearSO new gas works were established In such towns ata costoff rom 123500 to f30000 The Mendesley English parish cotta cll which struck out a Mew line in mu legalization by starting a poultry farm has realized profits onVthe first years working which are equal to a re duqtlon In the parish taxer of a cent tad a fifth OB the dollar Car Iina RIchelmy has Instituted a movement to secure funds for the erec lion of a monument to Christopher Colqmbus In the neighborhood Kof St Peters Rome to commemorate the sour hundred And fortieth anniversary of the great discoverers death A commodious building will soon be opened In the Commercial road In the East End of London which will be used by the United synagogue as a court house In which the chief rabbi and other members of the Peth Din will sit dally Jewish disputes brougbfliefore them for adjudication CONCERNING THE CLERGY Rev Joseph W Cross the oldest living alumnus of Harvard college arid the Andover theological seminary celebrated recentiyhls ninetyseventh birthday At the late commencement of Ohio Wesleyan university the degree of D D was conferred on Rev Byron Palmervof the East Ohio conference author oftGods White Throne Rev Dn Barnard M Kaplan rabbi of the Bush Street temple of San F an ciSco received from President Roose velt an autograph copy of his Califor r nia speeches for the benefit bf the Bush Street temple v Glasgow university has conferred the degree of D D upon Rev W H Bentr jrley In recognition of his services on the Congo Mr Bentley Is the son of a missionary and has given 27eara of service in Africa He is the author of the Congo dictionary and grammar has translated the New Testament and is now engaged In translating the Old 7ttamest BABYS INSTINCT Chows He Xnew HThiit Food to Stick To Forwarding a photo of a Splendidly handsome and healthy young boy a happy mother writes from an OhioLtown J The enclosed picture shows ay 4 year ld GrapeNuts boy Since he was 2 years old he has eaten nothing but GrapeNuts He de mands and gets this food three times a day This may seem rather un usual but hV does not care for any thing else after he has eaten his GrapeNuts which ie uses with milk or cream and then he is through with his meaL Even on Thanksgiving day he refused turkey and all the goodV things that make up lhat greafcdlnNjt ner and ate his dish of GrapeNutsa4 and cream with the best results an7none of the evils that the other foolish members of the fatally experienced fHe is never sick has a beautiM icomplexion and is considered a verS1 handsome boy May the Postum Corn pan prosper and long continue to furnish their wholesome foodName i given by Posium Co Battle Creek Mich Theres a reason Read the little book Ths Road to Weilvllle la Try pkfr w BAD CLERK FOR BUSINESS Couldnt Dissemble When It Came to Answering Questions of Customers An Arctic explorer was praising the late wentittheSanHe was a man of the alertest wit the 10hitting1cadescribing s a morals waslikeup before him one day end Mid didntIYes sir the clerk anuwcrni anySThe purple with yelled i r Didnt you ee me lay those eggs my agolYoudrel anjjxvj that you dont look to me for rc either 5 Loanston sued ad milted that he had borrowed the money lint Mid that the nlaintifT knew at the lIavourneenloan quesan Thats it your lordshipone of the itrosy be for years it may be forevera sort Sound as a Dollar tInticello Minn Aug thMr J W v IhinlIroofeven in the last stages may be perfectly tnil ermanently cured by PoJds Kid lIe I A Mr Moore says In 1StS three rep examinationC MCwere swol a andSa curedMhcn iliehimself had been cured of llriehta beforeItaken to hi bed and expected to die with it but that he had been cured by a remedy called Dodd4 Kidney Pills andJa l npletely1flowas sound as a dollar 1355 J S I4Theprincipal difficulty in the way of theli1est tlieptice of those goats which now ma I querade as spring Omaha liraPd 4J e E CUTICURA OINTMENT The Worlds Greatest Skin Cure anda EmollientPositivelyC queationthea sCalpincludingin proof of which a single anointing withs it preceded by a bath with Cuticura U cascaIv often sufficient to afford immediate reliefa t itchingburninga andbleep and point to a apeedy cure all Je is especially so ut a the trcatme t of infants a soothing and healing the most t distressing cases a T 1When once aroused the public eonsciene greattseyes fklumben once more eI S The Maintenance of Way forces of the Erie are now engaged laying 350 miles of SOpound steel rails on the main tracka A larger mileage has never been laid in any one year before The die haa al ways been noted for its good track and ea the management finds that it is necessary thewethat have been purchased in the last twoqJ removedI1Uand will be used on branch lines You know that a thing is thorough lyartistic when you cannot tell for the i1 hicagoTribune jeTell Others About PushecksKuro Lots of people would well fthey 5 would take the right medicine Let them 5knowwhat this remedy will do for Rheu matian VeakncM for Blood andervea Dr C Pusheck Advice free 1aThe man who is diMnpointed love ila happy fellow with the one who isdiaappointedin matrimony Town Top ic la Ladies Can Wear Shoes One size smaller after using Allen Toot ilftafinhiltS EAtldntiIIjUa The characterization of tipping as in cipient graft hits the of truth Kjuarely iu the center N Y Tribune i not believe Pixos Ciu for tonhaa an equal for and coldiJ l iyeIrhiitySpringslndFeb 15 1900 e z t it is the girl who marries a rough din siondwho ot the most real dia oiondc to wcarLifc f IJ TWENTY YEARS OF IT l C5t EiaicUtt by Diabetes Tartared With i4 G anL4 Kidsey Pun II Henry Souls cobblerf Bam Ol1da iI 4 p6rtNYBiu Since Dbans Kid t I Pills cur clme eight years Igo 1vo t 4 reached COand boie tolvemaay years it loasger But twenty years ago I had i kidney trouble so bid I could not work Backache wna persistent and ii was agony to II ft Gravel vrJilr ling head aches dizzlnesa and terrible urin ary disorders ran madownlfrom 168 IPO pounds SU4J Doctors told me I had diabetes and- t1 wd could not life I Vas wretched and j libpeless vhea I began using Doans I Kidney Pills but they cured roeelgh years ago and 1veTieeB vell ever since ttf y osterMUbrn Coi BUffajoN Y It l1or6le by all dealers 60 cents ct 1 J per box r 0 1 t4IIti s oc a tit J s ii I 20j I Jot 1 ColoradoMM f ViaCHcac Union Pacific afad IT NortfaWeatern Line 1 IJfitlr fromChfeagoAar 3o to Sept p r toresverCootadoSprIngsndrueb3o M Encifflfcaient G A K st Den vi Jel6r 4 Special le rts Cblcajo 1OV daily onljrone Blebt en route oI v Jtt fast train leaves daily noo p m alssS1 I s5liMirL t k1eiss4tiIIrticsiiiiadde i r 14rl tj anything cLT17a HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE News of the Past Few Days Col lected anti Presented in Condensed Form PITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS The RussianJapanese War In the Far East and Other Interesting For clan Notes Doings of the Public Officials The Yellow Scourge President Roosevelt forwarded to Surgeon General Wyman of the pub lic health and marine hospital service R telegram from Gov Blanchard of Louisiana requesting that the United States government take control of thvs situation In New Orleans The presl dent directed the surgeon general to take every step to stamp out the yellow fever A special from Mena Ark says the city council not only refused to quar antine but Invited refugees from fected points to go there Mena is In the Ozark mountains 1350 feet above sea level By official action of the city board of health Knoxville Tenn has declar ed itself open to the world and Invited all fever refugees whether pects or not to come within its gatesI The flagship of the Mississippi patrol squadron the Grace and another yes sel the Tipsey which had been sta tioned in Lake Borgne canal were seized by the Louisiana militia their flags hauled down and the officers and crews placed under arrestIThe Mexican superior board of reports that there are only four cases of yellow fever In the entire re public These cases are in the city of Vera Cruz where they are thor oughly Isolated Alexandria La has capped the ell max of all quarantine efforts by put ting a ban on telephone and telegraph companies refusing to allow messages to be received In that town from NewI Orleans either by telephone or graph RussoJapanese War Items President Roosevelts role In the making of peace between Japan andI Russia has been played to the end The fruition of his efforts came to an end in the main salon of the naval yacht Mayflower entrance to Oyster bay harbor when the peace envoys pol dat his suggestion by the warring nations met and a hands dined together across the preslI dential board and amid booming can non steamed slowly out of the harbor en route to Portsmouth N H whereI the work of the peace conference will formally be begun The czar In replying tpan address of clergy from Khabarovsk heartily approves the recommendation to continue the war until the enemy is crushed and above all not to think of cesi slon of territory or the payment of an Indemnity It is reported that Czar Nicholas U suffering from a severe attack of nervI Gus prostration and that one of hisJ physicians is in constant attendance to the monarch The bulk of the Russfan army on t3agballen Island surrendered to the Japanese forces on July 31 Among the prisoners who fell Into the hands or the Japanese are Goy Liapnoff 70 officers and 3200 men- The flint Installment ora funi raised among the officers and soldiers In the Held for the rebuilding of the navy subscriptions for which were voluntarily begun after the battle ofI the Sea of Japan have been received at St Petersburg Gen Mlstchenkos corps contributed 130OQO and that ofI Gen Zerpitsky the heroes of the Muk den retreat 76000 The Russian government has decid Ed on the Issue of another Internal- loan to the amount of 100000000 of which however only 75000000 maybe issued at first Miscellaneous News The monthly clrcuatlon statement Issued by the controller of the currency shows that at the close of business July 31 1905 the total circulation national bank notes was 503971395 an Increase for the year of 63764507 and an Increase for tile month of 8 251589President Jordan and Secretary Cheatham of the Southern Cotton ae Boclatlon Issued a statement addressed to the members of the association In which theireslgnatlon ot Secretary of Agriculture nla demanded Secretary Wllsop said he was not din turbed by the demands for his resignation made by certain omclals of tho Southern Cotton association and that he heartily approved of the expressed intention of President Jordan of the association to go to President Roosevelt with his demands vLorman E Roberts of New York was arrested In Chicago Ho Is al leged to havo made thousands of dollar by postal money frauds in 20 cast era cities The attempt to Increase the insur ance rates of the Catholic Order ot Foresters at the convention of the international boy failed After a long discussion a vote was taken Three bomb factories have been dis covered at Odessa and their contents confiscated The authorities who made the discovery found 67 finished bombs End 200 other bombs in the course of construction The bank at Royal Champaign county Ill was robbed of 4000 The hardware store of A B Duncan and the Jenkins Jewelry store at Potomac Vermillion county lit were robbed of a quantity of guns and Jewelry Wm H Langdale 75 who for 35 years superintended the stocking of Anchor line steamboats plying be tweenSt Loffc and New Orleans was found dead In bed at his home In SL- J4QUls fnderground connections were corn pleted bribe Illinois Tjmnel Co with all the freight houes and yards of everysteam ral1waylnChicago The city council of Evanston tho fashionable residence suburb north of Chicago made an appropriation for the purchase of a pack of bloodhounds which will be used to track thieves and holdup men- Flrecosapletely destroyed the mill vtirehouses and elevator of the Kau ssi City MllliBg Cdent lllflg a loss of 100000 Grain and flour worth 200000 was destroyed The m tbly circulation statement the director oT the mint shows that the total coinage executed at the mints of the United States during July 1905 w a175O00tfl Bilver halo dollars At the proper time Secretary Wilson will ask for a congressional investigation of his department That Is he will ask for It after the grand jury has finished its work if some of his friends do not forestall him Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture denies that employes of the forestry service have written artl cles for magazines prior to the publl cation of the result of government work In public reports According to a bill filed In the common pleas court at Philadelphia five directors of the Odd Fellows Mutual Life Insurance society of Pennsylvania are charged by Henry F Walton the iccclvcr with wrecking that concern Three large Insurance companies If New York are to be Investigated the Insurance commissioners ot Tennessee Kentucky Wisconsin and Minnesota as a result of a meeting of eight state Insurance commissioners held In Chicago The president has appointed William R Moore register and P C Hll dreth receiver at the consolidated land office at Phoenix Ariz Moore was register of the office at Prescott and Hlldrcth at Tucson before the three offices were merged Gen James R Carnahan major general of the Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias died at his home In Woodruif place Indianapolis Ind after an illness of two weeks He was born at Dayton Ind November 18 1841 Gamblers Intent upon playing the races and policemen determined to prevent all race track betting on the high seas furnished on Lake Michigan one of the most unique and spectacu lar gambling raids ever attempted in this country The police and gamblers raced around the lake in Illinois Indiana and Michigan waters Fourteen gamblers were captured Robert W Criswell editor of n weekly publication who was arrested recently on a charge of criminal libel preferred by Representative Rhlnock Covington Ky committed suicide by throwing himself beneath a sub way train In New York city Mrs Mary J Carlisle wife of former Secretary of the Treasury John G Car lisle died at her countryhome In West islip L I after an illness of three preliminary report ot Commls sioner Yerkes of the Internal revenue bureau shows that the receipts from internal revenue sources during the year ended July 30 1905 amounted to 234187976 an Increase as compared with the fiscal year 1904 of 1284195 After one Cossack dad been killed the Novorossisk Vladl Kavkaz rail Way strikers advanced menacingly whereupon the Infantry fired killing 30 of the strikers and wounding 22 Business failures in the United States for the week ending August 3 number 178 against 197 last week 179 In the like week of 1904 and 161 in 1903 Secretary of War Taft and party arrived at Manila on the steamer Manchuria Their arrival was made the occasion of a gorgeous water pagean The battleship Ohio forts and vessels In the harbor fired the regulation sa lute for the secretary of war Russell Sage celebrated his 89th birthday by remaining from his office spending the day quietly at his country home In Long Island Mr Sage Is said to be In excellent health According to Information received by the police Boston instead of Paterson J has been selected as the meeting place ot this years Internatloral congress of anarchists While In the act of trimming a coffin in a St Louis coffinmaking estab llshment George Disch 49 anem poye was suddenly stricken dead and toppled over into the coffin Heat disease caused his death The Milwaukee county grand Jury has returned five more Indictments Among those against whom true bills were returned Is Chanes F Pflster one of Milwaukees most prominent citizens John Comstock one of the wealthiest men In Central Illinois is dead at PeorIa Ill He was born In Taylor ville O In 1818 and went to Peoria in 1840 During the civil war Mr Comstock expended large sums of money In fitting out troops to serve in the union armies and was thanked by Gov Yates Sheriff Richardson returned to lola Kan from Keystone la where ho arrested C 4 Melvin the man who blew up all the lola joints on July 10 and destroyed 50000 worth of prop sulwork j ManU s welcome to Secretary Taft and party exceeded all similar demonstrations In the past by either Amerl can or Spanish officials Gov Gen Wrights address of welcome at the government house expressed the feel- Ings of Americans and natives on the return of the former governor gen oral and the arrival of Miss Alice Roosevelt Mrs John Lang the votary of a strang sect in Philadelphia known as the Congregation of the Lord kept the corpse of a woman In her house for three weeks awaiting its resurrection The body was removed by the authorities During the baseball game between PUtsburg and New York J W Manor 14 collapsed in his seat and died Phy sclans give the cause as apoplexy su perinduced by excitement of the game Martin Strick and nis two sons aged 18 and 22 living ten miles south of Big Stone City S D were dvercoma by foul air while engaged In cleaning Ollt an old well and all are dead Advices from Hattleaburg Miss state that Ed Lewis and Kid George two negroes were lynched there by a mOb The men were charged with be Ing accessory to the murder of Convict Guard J G Smith An elaborate display of fireworks participated in Jointly by Canadians and Americans concluded the first day of the exercises in celebraMcn fit the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Sault Set Marie ship canal Dr Wilfred H Manwaring fellow of the Rockefeller institute for medical research and assistant in pathology at the University of Chicago has been appointed head of the new department df pathology and bacteriology In Indl ana university A German squadron consisting of seven battleships eight cruisers and 11 torpedo boats arrived at Stockholm The secretary of the Interior has or dered the leasing of 400000 acres of the Kiowa and Comanche lands In Ok lahoma for agricultural purposes the leases to run for five years from January 1 next C C VVIllard 71 owner of the Eb titt house Washington died at Atcn tic City N J He went there to recu peratb his health Four lives were lost by the capsizing of a small skiff on Swan river near Ingstroms Landing Minn The names of the unfortunates are Edith Goldie and Everett Tichcnor and Mr J M POtucI bp All negotiations which have been pending between the Order of Railway Telegraphers and the Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways came to a sudden end when Gen oral Manager Horn of the Northern Pacific notified tho telegraphers ofI that system that tho companys propo sition as to the rate of wages It would pay was final and they could accept It or leave the service With the telegraphers almost to a man remaining loyal to their union chiefs and the railway officials making every effort ta maintain traffic the telegraphers strike on the transcontinental systems of the Great Northern and Northern Pacific railroads has ta kerr on the aspect of a war to the tiltsh Although conditions approaching a tieup have not yet developed an a result of the strikers of the telegraphers on the Great Northern and Northern Pacific railroads Increasingly serious delays are being caused In the mov- Ing of traffic The boycott against America has started at Yokohama the Chinese ra- fusing to handle freight on the Pacific mail steamer Manchuria for Hong Kong The Chinese will hold a meeting to organize the movement- In the opinion of prominent growers the Connecticut peach crop this year will be the largest ever harvested and of unusually fine quality Miss Corlnne Blackburn daughter of Senator Blackburn of Kentucky and W II Gale of New York and Lees burg Vn were married in Washington In the presence of a small party of relatives and personal friends Sheriff Furbee arrived at Fairmont W Va from Sisterville where he and Deputy Watson arrested Mrs Helen Payton and Frank Wright charged with administering poison to the formers husband Jacob N Payton who died mysteriously at Mannlugton July 17- Mrs Rose Catherine Collier ifo of William Collier of Pittsburghs lineman swallowed a dose of rough on rats because her husband went out In the evening to attend a lodge of which he is a member John A Seaton aged 50 prominent Cleveland Insurance man dropped dead In a Euclid avenue car while en route to the union depot John Boyle former president of the Indiana Mlneworkers organization- has been appointed a national organ- Izer by Present Mitchell and hps been order to West Virginia One man died of yellow fever at New Yorks detention hospital at quarantine making the third case of yellow fever discovered on ships entering New York harbor this summer and the second death Gen Joseph H Lyon of Leaven worth Kan has been appointed temporary major general of the Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Gen James R Carnahan Paul Morton president of the Equitable Life Assurance society and Mrs Morton had a narrow escape from serious Injury when their automobile ran Into an Eighth avenue car at 44th street New York A Cotton Beit passenger train struck- a party of negro cotton choppers east of HIHsboro Tex killing Ray Edwards and his wife and badly mangling Henry Thompson and his wife The funeral services of the lato Mary J Carlisle wife of John G Car- lisle secretary of the treasury under President Cleveland were held at thenIremovedtery at Babylon where It will rest un- tIl fall when It will be removed to Cov Ington Ky As a result of a battle between two of the big Chinese societies in the Chinese theater In New York three Chinamen wer killed two others prob abaly fatally wounded and many others Injured 11 J Dudley 55 an old river n was found dead in his room In phis under circumstances which point to suicide The door was locked windows pulled down and gas turned on W H Galland of Chicago at Cairo Ill and Joined the force health officers making the number of inspectors now seven besides Dr Egan secretary of the state board of healthA spectacular parade was held In honor of the visit of Secretary of War Taft and party In Manila Ten thousand men were in line Including military marines sailors industrials nd30 provincial delegations There were 50 floats and 80 bands in line Miss Roosevelt was presented with a gold plate amidst unbounded eat bus iasm Two men were killed two severely and six slightly injured In an accident- at mine No 1 of the Union Pacific Coal Co at Cumberland Wyo by a fall of coal Gov Magoons report for July on the yellow fever situation on the Isthmus shows an Improvement as compared with the preceding month During July there were 29 cases of fever Since the present outbreak of fever on the Isthmus which occurred during the latter part of April there have been 26 de t American Ambassador Conger and family left Mexico City for the United States the ambassador having two months leave of absence He will go directly to Washington and it Is sur raised he will be consulted on the Ch nese question Hank Majors a young negro charged with criminal assault was sentenced to hang at Waco Tex The 30 miners at the Adventure mine Houghton Mich went on a strike because the management ordered that the men should eat their din ners underground instead of coming to the surface as formerly Robert H Goodyear president of the Missouri state board of health call ed a meeting of that body at St Louis to discuss the question of quarantln lag places In the south infected by yellow fever Wm Demlow of Chicago shot aid fatally wounded his sweetheart Amelia Sadler and then sent a bullet through his brain The two had been to a theater and quarreled on the way homeNo new cases of yellow lever on the Isthmus have been reported to the Panama canal commission The last case was reported on July 28 Emperor William of Germany gave promise to support Prince Charles for the throne of Norway Government legislation to control life Insurance companies is sought by the Iroquols club of Chicago Their plan as outlined is to take the subject up at Washington and prepare bills for congress Seven sailors were killed and eight severely Injured by the explosion ot a submarine mine during the mining practice In the Sandham roads near Stockholm A boat containing the yl turns struck the mine and was blown to pieces t 4 r THE STRICKEN CITYI Marino Hospital Service Takes Control at New Orleans The Citizens of the City Pledge Themselves To Put Up 250000 To DC fray the Cost of the Labor and Material New Orleans Aug 7Fever report np to 6p m Sunday New cases 28 total cases to date 533 deaths 8 deaths to date 105 new subfocl 2 total subfoci to date 93 New Orleans Aug 7The fever ro port Sunday is a grcat Improvement- over those during the middle of the week and the fact that there were on ly two new subfoci one up town and one lawn town Is a source of special encouragement An effort Is being made to determine the number or cases of fever under treatment and al lowing ten days which Is a liberal ea tlmate for a patient to either recover or die it Is figured that there are now 233 cases under treatment The marine hospital service has not yet assumed control of tile local sit nation but Ii Is expected tQ do so Monday The conditions precedent tothel assumption that the citizens of Ne Orleans pledge themselves to put up 1230000 to defray the cost of labor and material has been met President Roosevelt and Surgeon General tfymnn have both been by the citizens committee of New leans that all of the funds that tho service may require outside of its own stated expenditures will be supplied by the people of the city This action was taken at noon at a special meet- Ing of the finance committee held In the St Charles hotel It followed the news received from Surgeon White that Surgeon General Wyman had asked for a definite state mcnt of the financial Intentions of the people hero and had given a definite statement himself of what the marina hospital service could do with the funds at its disposal RUSSIAN ENVOYS M Witte and Baron Rosen Arrive st Newport on the Mayflower Newport R I Aug 7The ron verted yacht Mayflower with M Witte nrvd Baron Rosen on board arrived here late Sunday afternoon and arrangements were made for M VItta to continue the journey to Ports mouth N II by train The Mayflower was expected here about 11 a m but was delayed by the thick vcather The dispatch boat Dolphin which is conveying the Japanese rescntaUves from Oyster Bay Portsmouth did not come Into the harbor but anchored off Brentona reef lightship The Mayflower and Dolphin were convoyed by the cruiser Galveston The cruiser remained at anchor dur Ing the Mayflowers stay in the bar bor After supper Mr Wltte andI Commander Men WInslow went telegraph station and the former filed a number of dispatches A crowd of citizens who recognized the distinguished Russian assembled outside the office Mr Witte was much amused when he saw the curl ous ones Mr Witte and Baron Rosen pLumed to leave on a special parlor car attached to the regular 945 train for Boston The dispatch boat Dolphin remained off Brentons reef lightship am tho Japanese representatives did not come ashore Both vesssls encounter ed a thick fog on the run from Ovate bayOwing to thick weather the squadron will be unable to Portsmouth Monday and the will necessitate a psstponement of the JrtTRAIN HITS A STREET CAR A Child Killed Six Persons Were Fa InjuredofCleveland 0 Aug 7The fas Pittsburg flyer No 560 on the Cleveland Pittsburg railroad crashed into an eastbound St Clair street car killing a child Instantly and fatal r injured six people while 15 others sus tamed Injuries The accident happened without warning as the conductor had just crossed the railroad tracks to see that the line was clear and had thrown a safety deraller switch to permit thn car to pass The headlight of the train was not visible nor was its rum bling heard until it was but a shoe t distance from the crossing The conductor let go the deraller switch ii time to throw the rear truck of his car off the track but not In time to vent the front end from being struck c and the car hurled around until t stood parallel with the railroad tracK The car contained 40 passengers which were bound for their homes am for amusement resorts along the ca line Only a few escaped uninjured and they were persons occupying tho rear of the car To Join Peace Commission St Paul Minn Aug 7D Pokotl low the nusslarimlnister to China spent Sunday In St Paul on his way to join tho peace commission of which he Is an advisory member Mr Poke tow reached St Paul In the morning and left at night for the east Gen Roy Stone Expires New York Aug 7lIen Roy Ston a veteran of the civil and Spanish wars and a distinguished civil engineer is dead in his 69th year ut his home in Mendham N J He leaves a widow and one daughter International Congress Geneva Switzerland Aug 7Amerl- ea 1 Is well represented at the first In ternational anatomical congress which opened here Altogether 230 delegates are present from different parts of the world The congress will conclude August 10 To Lay New Cable London Aug 7The battleship Cb Ionia sailed with 2400 miles of cablo to lay the Commercial Cable Cos additional line from Watervllle Ireland to Canso N S and thence to Nor Foundland Secretary of State Root St Johns N F Aug 7 Secretary of State Elihu Root who Is now sal mon fishing on the west coast of New Foundland will arrive here on Tues day to remain a week before proceed ing to Labrador to view the eclipse of the sun Death of a Southern Journalist Atlanta Ga Aug 7Capl Evan P Howell aged years long prominently identified with southern journalism died here after an illness of threo weeks brought on by a carbuncle complicated with diabetes i 1 f 1 o English Villages This indictment of the English village as it exists today appeared In a prominent London newspaper The English village Is remarkable for Its Imperfect drainage contaminated wells and bad lighting the npractlcal teaching of its children tho vlco con nected with Its public houses and the more or less entire absence of cottage hospital reading rooms clubs both or washhouse flower show telephone oftentimes telegraph and all that makes life enjoyable and healthy The Mexican Olya For those who believe that Ice wter is unhcalthful theolla of the Latin countries tand Mexico Is earnestly rec ommended in this hot weather The ollathe Mexicans pronounce it lIk- oolyals a porous earthen jar Its pores are continually sweating little beads of water which by the principle of evaporation keep the liquid wlthin at a cool temperature halfway between that of hydrant water and that of los water Born Preservers Lifesaving runs in the family of J Parsons a young lighterman of the Hollows Brentford England who on hIs twentythird birthday received the Royal Humanesocietys certificate for rescuing two boys from drowning His father saved 48 persons from drownlng and ffip son now has a total Of 23 lives to his credit Making Hay in Yankeeland A New England editor In a sage dissertation on the crops remarks that OVjfOf those rocky Massachusetts farms where the seed has tobe crowded down between the boulders with a putty knife Cleveland Plain Dealer Russians Not Brutal A Moscow writer says that Russians are among the least cruel peoples of Europe Instancing In proof that no popular sports of a brutal character such as cock fights bull fights even boxing or pugilism are ever observed among them much less is lynch law to be met with Apollo Was Shocked It was a hot day on Olympus and Zeus the Thunderer was feeling peevish Seeing Apollo making eyes at Mrs Zeus the Jealous boss of the dig gings slapped the flirtatious god on the ear with a thunderbolt And that said Zeus Is the original electric beltN Y Sun Her Early Training That new second girl has been a soubrette at some stage of her career remarked Mrs Keene What makes you think so1 said her husband I judge so from the way she dusts thetoKaisers New Idea Emperor William has added to the German army trumpeters provided with instruments three feetin length knd made from antelopes horns spe daily brought from German Southwest Africa The new trumpets aro said to provide music of a wonderful character No Family Skeleton Cobwlgger How Is it that it takes three generations to make a gentleman MerrittYou see the people who knew how your grandfather made his money are all dead by that time Smart Set Thoughti when oppressors are lost No race which needs to protect Itself from another by oppression has a character or civilization which can timeicoFarmyardlay for a church could be found than at Southam Delabcrc Eng which stands n the middle of a farmyard The only means of entrance is by passing through the yard Needed a Best He Every tool and PIece of machin tery needs a rest SheWell dont you think then Ills time that phonograph of ours got one Yonkers Statesman Not a Telephone Sheerness England though an im portant naval station and a town of more than 15000 inhabitants does not possess a single telephone At the Doll Party Mary Children certainly are a care Mlllicent Yes Indeed I shall be glad when they go out of styleHar pers Bazar 1Russian PlayGoers The war has had very little effect on tothe attendance in the theaters of St Petersburg iMARKE REPORT 4I00 Heavy steers 4 65 5 00 CALVESExtra 6 75 7 00 HOGSCh packers 6 00 6 05 Mixed packers 5 90 6 00 SHEEPExtra 4 25 3 4 50- LXMBSSpring 6 85 7 00 FLOUR Spring pat 5 83 6 25 WHEAT No 2 red 84 No2 white 5815 CORNNo 2 mixed 57 Hi No 2 white 57t 29lIIAYCh r PORKClear mess 5j15 00 LARDSteam 7 37Vj 7 50 15UChoiceAPPLESChoice 3 00 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl 10 1 50 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 45O 14 75 Chicago FLOURWInter pat 5 10 EJ 5 20 861Noi CORNNo2 mixed 55yIW 55 v 27y4RYEPORKMess 13 60 13 65 LARDSteam 7 45 7 47 New YorK FLOURWin strts 4 15 t5 4 60 003CCflINNoOATSNo2 mixed 35 36VJ RYEWestern S 71 PORKMess 14 25 15 25 LARDSteam 7 25 a 7 30- Baltimnre WHEATNo 2 red 83 83j CORNNo 3 mixed 60 6- OCATlLESteers i4 00 tit 4 50 SHEEP No 1 250 3 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 86 CORNNo 2 mixed 59i4 OATSNo 2 mixed 36 PORKMess 11 00 LARDSteam 0 6 Indianaooll- aVHKATNo 2 red 0 87 CORNNo2 mixed 57 OATSNo2 talxed 0 35 O1 0 4T fJJJ F r f rJt J1 rr DlS t Jte p r5 4a I V y j AI btJt 0Jt 4 rv Y J tl t Tumors Conquered i t Without DerationsUn- quaHflicF Sesof Lydia Pinhhacna Vegetable Compound in Cases of JVirs Fox and Miss Adams ll annleFox One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia R PInMiams Vegetable Compound Is the conquering of womans dread en Tumor SocaUedwandering pains may come from its early stages or the pres once of danger may be made manifest by excessive menstrual10n accompanied by unusual pain extending from the down the groin and thighs you have mytcrions pains if there are indications of inflammation ulcera Hon or displacement dont wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of ahospital opera Lion secure Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound right away and begin its use and write Mrs Pinkham of Lynn Mass for advice Read these strong letters from grateful women who have been cured Dear Mm PlnVhara First Letter To looking over your book I see that medicine cures Tumor of the Uterus I have b on to a doctor and he tells me I haTO a tumor I will be more than if yot can me as I do so dread an operation- Fannie D For 7 Chestnut StBradfordPa Dear YIII Plnkham Second Letter I take the liberty to congratulate you on the success I havo with your wonderful medicine Eighteen months ap my monthlies stopped Shortly after I felt so bodlyl sub mitts to thorough examination by a physician and was told that I had a tumor on the uterus and would havo to undergo an operation soon after rood one of cdverlL meats and decided to give Lydia K Pink hams Vegetable Compound a trial After inking five bottles as directed the tumor is entirely gone I have again been examined physician Compound Vegeta prescribed Fortunately Compound preatrelief Compound confidence Pinkhams YeSetaWe I aWas Yer Ws Ull Truths fhat Strike Home grocer is honest cares do tell knows little the bulk can ho came Uended With What or roasted loose pound can expect purity uniform qualityt MON COFFEE you 1SOLDI a t one bowels and healthy can contract A person with Conatipation and Stomach Trouble is first to to Sun Stroke Heat Debility and Prostration and Diarrhea are more in Hot Weather vitality is are the direct result of Constipation It is a to suddenly the Is A hyslc Is also as It the and reduces Treat the cause with Crape Tonic and Its attending are caused decaying or dylnc bowels and Intestines Grape Tcnic and strengthens Bowels so that they are enabled Jo act naturally and eject the poison from the system should Ifdurlng hot weather It wards off disease up the and blood Typhoid Fever and Appendicitis are unknown In families to FOR WOMEN with Ws seculiar f No with regu lar dls ease the fatal the take the Third their sex as a douche u marre ilseccessfnl kills discus stops discharges heals Jnflammatton ant local soreness cares and nasal catanh Faxtine Is in powder to be witer and is more cennkuUl AND WOMENS USES For sale at M a box Trial Dos arid Dock ol TNC RFAXTON COM PANT MASS whtch Is in by itiit PIESSES bai futasbestf-or shor4n and tnakL i Sid osis Calulas Ptsw C BO3 5t Oinai Si 4Spee razz bTR3U Mox D9 i by the and he have tnwor now Jt has also brought of sii monthlies around once more and sin shaJI bo of Pinkhsms Ps Case of Tumor Cured Lrdla E bio Dear Mrs PLnkhaih three ago bad my stomach with and raging headache The for me but finding that did any better he examined me anti my surprise declared had tumor uterus felt sure that meant my death warrant and was very disheartened dollars doctoring but the tumor kept growing till this doctor said that nothing but operation inc with my aunt tho New Eng and States hoadvLsed inetotry Lydia P1nkhan Vegetable before operation and once taking treatmen finding my that my general hcaltb Improve after noticed that the tumor had reduced size kept taking the and ten months had entirely without oper atioi and iiing Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable and words fail grateful am for the good has done mo lliss Adams undo hotel t3eattie Wash Such the value of Lydia IL and should and hope to every sick woman Mrs Pinkham invites all ailing women to to her Lynn Mass for advice lydia E Remedy Your to CaD you that ho about cofieo he sells you How knOw where ifr from it was or when If you buy your coffee by the how you and stomach always Colic check diarrhea danger Blood Poison weakens patient Mulls revives builds where Mulls diuolred healing SPECIAL aQatos sfgnf entirely About doctor mittliig started express give write very how Ute LEADER tF Is udferm quality and Haver For tVEK jCENTURY COFFEE has been the cellee mllUoas homes eke- at tl1 opeaed ta jovr kosie mo ckMee ebelgaduI tented fat eoateel d1 naeleaoi haadaw In each get ons full Pure Coffee Insist upon getting the GrapeTonic ICONSTIPATION AND succumb Cholera because mistake dangerous vitality Mulls Ills everybody system purifies leaconhaa tleuuinif uidcconomical thanllquidantucptksforall TOILET druggists cents The Hay ZWaeblcgtoit sLue1laAda nererbewithoutiv inthahouseYannioD FofBradlord Another rinltliaius Compound pentbunilreds corresponded regular Compound disappeared unquestionable testimony Pinkhamfa Vegetable Compound IIMIH andilbo originally LION All PACKAGE COFFEES el necessity Xa strength QUAITEI IF LION staadartl la el LION COFFEE Ktuay mar mta wl package of pound of genuine 11 Hot STOMACH BOWEL TROUBLE lowerthey Constipation by JastnictlonsvPi rt PaS SIqis S a to referenee I no of a I I tb j s I intensepaia in I to I a in I it in j an I in E sub to an I at f a to 6 I in I on m it an no hut E to I it k a at i A A t t r e tetflenaiiOT Grape Tonic Is employed A Stomach Tonic it Is ilFEthe of Troy Ohio provecJhat tho severest forms of Constipation aro promptly cured by r ony remedy that will cure constipation I do not believe anyone soflered mere therefrom than as had ben afflicted with hail my life Por days ray bowels would cot set and then only by the usa of stress cathartics that were lEt ruining my health My Stomach and were deranged and suffered withlnward the palnscf wblch 4muchItonoavall euro ta which am a Urine witness Until Mulls Tonic was put on the American market there was no cure for Constipation Let us a bottle free today to show you thatit will daalweclaIm 5et Geed for Ailing Children Nursing Mothen FREE BOTTLE COUPON 1 treebottloKTJLLS GRAPE TONIC CO 147 Ayel Rock Island HI Give tall rddreis and fjTheANTISEPTIC troubled to Mulls FREE used form inpaie far Baleradass IIELI HashIs PATEF4TScc of sve how COFFEE derra1Ihas of book would saystI Liver piles mybcweibean rapidlyI end you and ROSS PHA6EDENIC CANCER CURE heretofore supplied only to physicians for blrprivate pmetlca ts now pump a HOME flKEATMESfT with full cirectlona Benjl for RemeIIeCompaniROOm k ANTIDAMPED irtSsrtSenRrouast 5tbasrwlueafiah1 ld XkeIbt5kIitksoiI Rm 4t 15 b4 f6 iesatiy sirrrfett7 haL Vu l y 4nzcli r ty Mil fcr Ut T1K AMEIU TOILET P 0 Bar 24J Cteduttl Osfo t SeItr4piIi5DESIRING TO BUT JI miSll AOVKKTISEO X 1T3 CPLDMN3 SUODLD UISIST CPOS UAV1SU W11AT TOEr ASK KpR KEFCSIXO 4Ll SCCSfTlTCTE3 OH U1ITATIOX3 Apleiuo Ibo Advertise eat Jn this puper ip8e IAiL tsc r 1r41 Lj OWIHGSVIIJPUTLOOK OUTLOOK 1L1S11GCO I OWNGVILLJ I KY L S1 PCX YEAR IN ADVANCE I Address all communications to TBB OOTIAOK PUBLISHING Co or to OwingsvilleKJ k Subscribers dejiriflg a change of ddraMihouldalwayi give previous ridgfr out of ota t nooJpirate slip of paperalv No eonroistion s to any body OB aubacriptiouBvisilent one year for tMftaoUarf lix months for sixty j eats three months for thirtyfive 1centiTHURSDAY AUGUST 10 1905 A c ANNOUNCEMENT FOR REPRESENTATIVE ii Wft are authorized to announce flrdate for reelection as Representa tive from Bath and Rowan coun I ties subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Waller Sharp ofSharncburg aa a candidate for Representative froicoue r Bath and Rowan counties t to the a tlon of the Democratic horpartyCORRESPONDENCE v Odessavis1c Mr Joha Stone has been quite i Iii4 til for several weeks Hii Butcher sold a mUch cow to John Stone for f26 ertrsick for soaae weeks ia better4 011 Snedegar sold to A T JoniI last week a nice bunch of 50 M lb sboata at 250 per bead t Wm Barber has sold his half in tentstia bis growing crop of to r bacco oa W T Andersons pacer about 3acres to Nathan for MO Beth I 1i i Albert Wilson bought a bunch of ewe frcia J R Crockett at f450 r each Mrs D S Trumbo and Mis Catherine Trusbo of Carlisle at leaded Quarterly seeling hereSu 44c day By request of the parties who the yousg lady is visiting we will s say we dU not mean any disrespect a3 to her when writing our remarks I about the new woman Ilw eonlj the way she rode w meant to cori 4T dessa were not eiajply writing ur owl view but all we hare talk fto have expressed themselves the one way Forge tilll v JohnLVlceisverylow VA alee rain fell here Saturday i irhioh made the faraers saute U Bailey shipped a carloadof attle to Cincinnati Saturday niSpent the put week with relatives jwtklsnelgkborhuodI twowoBtnsol 1baby hay of Ed StatoR Its aoth yr a few we lrago We ayatpa tfciM with Mr Statoa IB hU hw9 Lwik JSalley and aBiify return Si tkiIweik from Madlgaaville oiwtir they west a few weeks ago41 to Biakii their home but were sot 4S iti d 4 Ir ii MooresFrrl11IS Razor if tire BuekliBf stales forGO and two yearling steers for f36 But MeCialn wife asd Mrs frS Harriett Shrout visited the latterl HOB Kraak Shroutnear Slate bridge C a4ayA 443 ralji fell here Saturday c o a pleaty of hid CSTkwtablcwtberooEoffof Wa KlIinglOHs barn and broke down a ClJtSeveral from this place attended lilai1 water to drink and good orderI Mr Speaee will hold a meeting atSL ri Fftrgusesa ehoolhouse Sunday rwith dinner oathe ground State Valley J Sa iSliult eIIre lilted JA ett 1 omiBCIIIaJ4 The wheat and near thrashed wllaverylIih11t 4LSA5gond aawv froathIs place at iadedEt4erTLnsleys Meeting at White Oak Saaday StSc Edc Tlasley will Breach IjeTs j 4b Tkwrday AHgIO at IOoelockc- tr a I tatitid p selevtithtkefaiIy of Josh Cr rQr1SiyRtsaidFeigtuoR and wife visit e4tbir daughter Mrs Pujs Sttori c a SundayJapet chit hSBtTlIl Bear Forge Hilt Sunday t iThdeyipellwas broken by a 3 0 rg hiuray Oflp F 7 a VN Mare hIeh t c MM MKC WB and injured it COB l4rbly a Year writer ree tved a letter ffyk JMHMI Toy at Cebo Kaasas JaN weak H Mjretfaey bare a SW jcMJpeifor cora there Hehas auS4 CvirtflV are all wcllaed seIl LIe4e v V fi j i y i t It t l l it 0I JJ i H IjJ = J Upper Prickly Ash rs Kate Gillon of White Oak Is visiting her ton 01 Gilton and this weekMric G gindyand wife Sunday Wm Kuox and wife of Flat Cre and rwifSuOscar Chandler and wife visited Riley Chandler and family Satur any and SundayeveElder T S Tineiey preached a ndid sermon Saturday after n at Harpers schoolhouse L Stone wife Mrs Miranda ruier and daughter DoHie L ted relatives in Montgomery county last week Okla- James Grain sold a yearling colt 5to John Daugherty for S100 W M Anderson bougnt a horse of Albert Vice Sr for n50 Eddie Daugnerty Fold a four yearold horso to John L Vice for 130 Rov Tom Wood will preach here t Saturday night and Sunday Aug 12 and 13beoMrs John Roby of near Flem ingsburr visited relatives and friends here several doysjasl week W M Harmon and Earl Crnin we deentDenton and family of Fleming nty J L Vice lost by death a goo esseMacec nt MecbMrs Alonzo Anderson and little son weitBrack Jones and other relatives and friends Robert McClain Allen Gorrell Thomas Sorrell and Eddie Daugh y attended campmeetiug rks t Hill Saturdayme QuGrangeNewton Johnson is sick ThWesleybut is some better Mrs Emily Bradley had a goo aan cow to die last weeksteMiss Maude Rigdon began her scbooht Bad Hill Monday Cinclonatifrom Several from here attended the picnic at Poplar Plains Saturday T inJLi epckMiss Elizabeth Phelps of Slier burne visited friends stud relatives here last weekthMrs A W Jones of Odessa viII ited relatives and attended the protracted meeting Cud Snedegareznd wife of Wy oHiihg visited Mrs Royse and family here Sunday Miss Audrie ho clmeN hooraInMrtsitedWmHoyd Mrs L G Rigdon and daughter Maude vlnitrd the formers sibter MifaGeorge Riddle Thursday MlnuloWaltonEarn Colliver attended Rugglfiaapieeting Sunday eotingeloNdherelbiuldaYRlghtwfib ditions The meeting was conducted by Eldors Jones and SinIt rard 0aOlympla Mrs NaeyMaze1iery sick Jess Smith and wife i iangenueMiss EffleSwarts visited friends at Preston Thursday Mrs AddfeS warts and Mrs Ida Penix are both better vieltlngfrienda Miea Minnie Harvey visited her sister at Farmers Sunday Misses Clell MoGloeson and Vella annon visited friends at Salt Lick week dnugbterADuher eon Friday Mrs Lane Barkley of near Springfield is boarding here with Mrs John Lane HO Irwinwjfe and little daugh GLtxlngtoaRussell Northcutt left Sunday tor Ashland where ho has a posi tion in the rod millSMrsMoHieshopping ThursdayvRobert Gault of Frankfort who Is in poor health Jstbe of h Is sister Mrs JkJackBon and is some bett rSt bheeorgeSwarJIfrom1h day aMleetOthe young folks Friday night in onor of Miss Gallic Jackson bl of1endsThere was a good deal of excitr aentover the report of Bill Gray getting killed at Mt Sterling by a tran It was all false as he walk din Sunday about Bonn PotrctedBleeting will be1where Tuesday nlgtt of this c conducted by Uro Crockett ol L nickVited j T Salt Lick Miss Lydia Shousos hand is n little better 193 Lutie Quisenberry will bo her select school Sept 1 iss Kathryn Hates of Aahlnnd EtlJackslln ahoricka begins Aug 25 lasting until Sept 10 he festival given on Saturday ning by the colored people waR quit Frihankto t Cornet Hand for the nice music rendered The Ladles Aid of the Christian Church will have on sale each Sat AugustIresKrings millinery store and will be pdronizeI A Salt Lick girl recently sent 50 jents to a Chicago advcrtisermor a recipe to whiten and keep the hands soft Sbe received the following reply Soak them in dish water three tim s a day while your moth err estiplahe summer vacation will anoi- ve The small boy will Uy aside his fishing rod bait cup end stone bruise and return again lo the hI8o1tiogp from the cup nf Knowledge Miss Pearl Wills was surprised by a few of her friends Saturday IiBortiell Kathryn Bates Pearl Will ssrs Harry Hedrick Omar War ren Morton Colliver Tip Pieratt and Charlie Fuller Refreshments re served and a splendid time is orted naKnobThere was some rain here Friday night Allen Spence and others belda eting near Polksville Sunday ite a crowd attended itnaayTherenied by wind and some hailciThe mines are showing some more Olamseveral teams John Yarbrough sold a sow and shoals to Ewing Conner for 16 J M Colliver sold some hugs to eam- epnrikt 6J and 81c per lb Lightning struck two telephone runningIntohone and tearing the paper off e walls In a letter received from John P illiver Sardis Miss he writes ere is no fear of yellow fever us all points are closely guarded to prevent anycases the St 5ateWe attended church at Jones th orosetheir works They have a nice ean well proportioned anti airy use and an interesting speaker the person of Bro Durham of lt Lick While there seems to be a general dispimion to oust stones at John D Rockefeller we should remember th ey dworldproducthaa lishD at relystealing in order to increase their wealth They throw conscience to the winds and use religion n8acloak to cover up their shady trans We seem to bemooo- ymadWo worship too largely at the shrine of mammon The object s teeemsan who it is agood ma oono i questions tbo manner in which he e ethed it- Stoops Miss Saute McDonald began her school Monday Baling hay is the order of the day in this vicinity Mrs Will Kissick is visiting ret atives at Aarons Run Mrs R H Jewell is slowly improving at Lexington Some tobacco will be ready for housing by the 15th int Mrs Nannie Byrd has been vie ting friends at Owingsville damagedbyF4L Fassett bought from Mrs pigsforMrs Lizzie Mallory ofrJicholas is visiting her motber Ire arah Taul Bridges Bros lost by death from green two fine steers and- aluable a jennet daughter1Jiuhero Wednesday All men are things tip said ut theres consolation in the fact hat all things are not men d LullrenSaturday and Sunday Mrs Joe Trimble of near Mt Sterling who has been seriously ill orieveaL weeks is improving Miss Anna Brumigem of near AnnaMayGoodah Mrs Miranda Warner and little dll1gbterof Berry visited Mrs lla Hamilton and family last eok- II C Ficklin visited his mother neirleffeuOIivitlc Saturday and n day and attended Spruce clAmp tneeling J i 4 4fiIoc tfrMl IJiJl i1 Zi H Je PoUf ji Tom Warner has sold his crop of hay to Moore Scott of Mt Stem ling at 10 per ton baled Mrs H P Shultz and Mrs Jack Bollard of Peeled Oak visited ThuudafIMake hay while tho sun shines old but most of us thiwouldshad those hut days D L Gnndun and children Mies Anna May and George visited mel atives in and near Ovringavllle from day until Sunday Master RngorFussPtt entertained a number of young friends Friday afternoon in honor nf the 8th an niversary of his birtheyeMrs itT A Masnn and children who have been with the family of E L Fassett for scvural weekswill return to their homo in Leo county thin weekpikMrs James E Williams and daughter Miss Mollie of Owl gs ville Ky stopped here Saturday en rQUte to visit Mrs Ed Toy near Sid eview moStephence on tho Maysvillo pike con iisis ttcg of 11 acres and improve m en is to a Mr Crcilor Wollo county for 2500 Crooks S H Johnson has gone to Farm ers to workMAlfred Sorrell and wife visited relatives oa Olympia Sunday Leo Williamson and wife visited relatives at Howards Mill Sunday ate afdday Wilson Hendrix shipped a carload of cattle Saturday to Cincin tiMMrs Jeff Davis and children visI lied relatives at White Oak Saturday and Sunday Peed is Lathram shipped a car d of sheep nnd huge to Cincin ti Wednesday gaPeedyennatiSIiBB Celia McCarty of near ympia visited relatives here sev eral duys last week Frank Lemister nf Enterprise attenIeil the funeral of his sister M rersMrs Will SnlterdeM anti two sons went to Salt Lick Saturday to visit her aLter Mrs Sam Ratliffo Miss Winnie Alexander and her nephew Don Quisenberry of Stebstone are visiting relatives tiMrbrntiun of their tin wedding un nitvf rsary was greatly enjoyed by a number of guests An elegant dinner was served from 2 oclock About fifty presents were re ceived All present enjoyed the affair wishing them many returns thu happy day EnterprlstMLeinnstcr aged 18 years Burial in Oivingsville cemetery Saturday uftortiooa Mr and Mrs Nixon moved to Enterprise about a inni nh ago Mrs Nixon wits a memberlout tho Christian Church lAnd good woman Their infant ied a few weeks before the moth e parthy of the entire community in his sud loss May he live a Christian fe so be will meet his dour ones at have gone to that bright tad happy land where parting is noL moreFarewell dear but not forever dlwnWeOil tho resurrection morn sleelItIIn the cold and silent tomb T wakingWhen Stepstone Miss Alice Carter spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Claude Karrick W R Wilson and wife visited Sharp8burgthe todsltfor a few days Mrs J F Wilson who has been on the sick list for the past fey days is improving r r4Saturdaybrother Jeff and family J Miss Emma Cline and brotherof Flat Creek neighborhood is visit- iogJ H Conley and family GulleySpruce Menifee county Sunday epentSundayicecream supper Saturday night Miss Cora Ginter of Kendalls Springs visited Mart Donaldson and family from Saturday tin Mon dayMisses MottlePayneLenaParker and Miss Maggie HaggardofHedg wJthFrankBrown Weldy Station of Preston neigh toryndpaster farm on Salt Well over Suny day j ofRuuel1with Frank Brown and family here Mr Wjlburn is an engineer on the yard at his home Mrs Lucy 0 Williams and son pent last week with Robt Wilson rind wife at Flora Ky Neal has returned but his mother is still there sightseeing Miss Annie Wiggington of Pros Wlurleytill Monday and took in the ice ream supper at Corinth J nic T pieinurday and Capt Helwig says he Is going to have something extra that eerybodyHtanf beans oh glorious beans Airs Brown now is happy with this rain coining Monday so nice she nks i she will have pfenty of them now and shes not the only one thats so every one is happy ove nee surelydingIItollcs have wondered why Mr Phippswas so token in our big houseIfMill and Peeled Oak but theirs were advised by the turnout he made Saturday night at tho ice crcuuj supper Mrs Frank Brown and couainll Wilburn went out driving on our an Owingavllledtreat they were given byJB Breed ing and wife was well worth the ridn and they are thinking of making another trial soon to get some re peaches How B D NIXON SAVED UmBEL The following account of a crag edy ot the Civil war period is from the Minutes of the 8th AnnualCon vention of the Ky Division of the Daughters of the Confederacy byMasonic a who with his two sons Samuel and B W Parson was a member of of cotiipunCotion Mr Nixon served some years ter the war as Jailer of Bath byhisPeorin III in memory of his heroic fellow prisoner SidneyJohnston KyDearxerydifl1cultlimited accurate information hire rd to Burbridges victims from acon county Ky For so many ars men dared not speak of the- nwarranted wrongs and heart aelots and sufferings they hud to endure through the cruelty of this incarnate flcnd that numbers Imve answered the summons into the Beyond leaving no record save the cital of the heroic deeds and no e endeavors to their children w hose faulty memories we are struggling with today for a grain f truth It is cause for g bretendienfla to come that they should know the of the cauta und teruthconflict for which we have no apni inII doubt if we can ever have more t ohanbridges deviltry nnd cowardice during that reign of terror in Ken tucky I can only fluid two victims from Mason county S Thomns Huit of Maysville tutu Williim Long of Dover Turn Hunt was burn am lived lots short lifcin- Mnysvillo His father Wm Hunt was n prosperous citizen and an ur dent Southern sympathizer which caused his arrest and long ion prli ohment in CuinpChaeattJhiiwbto Qhio ony i bllYinevtryshining mark forBurbridge spleen William Long was the eon of weal ii honored Jin eon county landowners only a boy of elgbtee- nearsIly mothers d uTheset teenmorning in October 1804 to join the Confederate army A Federal olllcer of a ntrgro regiment a citi zen of Maysville is credited with of the tmeatsin their being overtaken and Clip tured in Rowan county by Undo woods hand of bushwhackersThey were taken to CovIngton and from there to the military prison atLox ington That was indeed on evil day for thorn They were confined withabout three hundred others prisonTherehalf starved wretchedness without a single comfort dreading what each day might bring to themjOn November 1 1864 my monotony of their prison life was broken by a shock far which no experience could have prepared them Alt this day there were om itous rumors of a draft to be made for the death line and there was agony of dread in every heart About nino oclock that night an olllcer appeared and began calling names from a list he carried Fifteen names were called our Mason county boys being among thadoom edThey were ordered one by one down stairs where a body of sol diers awaited them formed in a cir cle one of these stopped aside and fifteen men walked into their fatal circle Three Federal ofHcera sat at a desk one held a hat from which another drew a sUpof paper and handed to the who reo corded the name it bore in a book This was repeated until ten names were registered They nfl knew ten orjywitboutwere returned to the room yhauntingan officer surrounded by troops with loaded guns came into the room and commanded every prisoner to lie flat on the floor and hot dared lift his head he Was to be shot ddiersballs chains and handcuffs The stillness of death reignedonly broIken by the jangle of tho chains RndI the tread of time men The oflloer then aid Thomas Huntcnme for ward He arose promptly and walked to the officer holding up his hands and paid calmly and dls k Si firl t H L Sl t I i jsrnc4flt5 5 2 0jOpportunities 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 East Y Big opportunities for the man who lives there Why not look the field over Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or L Angeles and return May i 2 3 9zo I 1 rz i J 293031 June i August 67 8 910111213a- nd 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tourist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los pointsinUnion Passengr Station Chicago via the v Chicago Milwaukee Si Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Lineh This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union i CaliforniaExpress carrythroughComplete information sent free on receipt coupon with blank lines filled W S HOWELL Gent Eastern Agent Broadway NEW YORK CITY t or F A MILLER General Passenger Agent CHICAGO tinctly If it Is for my country II die it ia all right Each prisoner heard tho click of the handcuffs as they were fastened on him His Icet were placed on the anvil und his shackles welded with a hummer low on blowuntil they were rivet d antI a fortypound hall attached bis bad taken ten minutes Who would be the next What an agony for the illfated remaining four en Until tho last name was cull ed no other word broke the silenceC Then thVwonls That is appltlllngcertRinty hud come lit- lallt NI imagination can conceive r words express tbo horror anti nn Kuish of that last night for these wen With the morning came the com w and to get ready Ench man teppedalit unfalteringly HS his mime was Only eight of the ton men were ciilledYounu Thomns Hunt led the death procession and vo8 followed by William Long nf Dover Mayan county TbuuinsLnf ferty an old innn of seventy years Fuyoto county Captain Jonct f Texas a mien immrd Ilorton Wm D DarhroofCnllorbiirgOweii county jR WYateRofHncorCreek dMcGrawwere taken that eecond day of No vortber 1864 to Frankfort where nt twilight four of them were lined p in tloecornerofnfiald belonRing o South Frnnkfnrttn be BtrotiU8 Iymurll rednndthe other four were commanded to stand afide and told theirs would bo the dame fnte in the morning A minister Rev n B Sayre who had foIloTred lm realizing the horrible rtnitg to be done ukea the prjvi lege of making ivprnyer which was NLaffertyslipping the irons from his bleeding anklet turned and ran hoping to escape but be was riddled bullets and fell as he attempted to climb over a fence The words Ready aim fire wore given and CnpioinJol1oslnd into eternity The next wongug Long and Darbro and and McGraw were token to Plea uteville Station and shot to death there Was there ever a moro in ferputsota more fiondish wick edness Cart there be d word that Stcphten These Mason county boys had never fired a gun or oven rescue the Confederate army Their only crime was loving their Southland DWmLongaby Mrs James Frizler of Cynthi ono whose husband was a fellow prisoner and load written his Wire asking her to secure the body if possible Sho burled him at her homo until she could notify his parents Tom Hunt with the others was thrown into a trench without coffins the dirt r tially covering them Hunts friends found one arm above ground whe orL they recovered the body a few days after tire execution He is buried In the May ville cemetery where for many years his grove baa been carefully tended and each wezomorliis covered with l iaetJunee da stono at his grave telling the time and manner of hole death 00LongIns parents the night before hieI eath saying what he qould I 0g goodbyHis d 0 to be blindfolded or to kneel say Ing Shoot cowards I am not a Isfraidremalnll1Iere removed to Dover and placed in the Long family burying ground as he had requested His i fil 1o Il7 fS h J Vr I f Ii Name xfStreet address 71 City St1te Probable destination CAUrORKIA Igrave has never been marked His parents are dead und bid family scattered and as I understandtbe gi ave of this valiant young martyIis almost if rot entirely le th raisname I have not been able to as certain I understand was lId by giving a Masonic sign us ho answer ed to his name The other Henry RofS Prather was from Mu on county I know IIndhlslifewnM ftpnred through the efforts ofiibroiherinlrtw Mr Charles Coon of Maysville who hastened to Lex ington and paid Burbridge the price he paid for lruthertlIHtlhe lives of Hunt Rod Long would hnve been aayed in time same why had their friends known in time MRtlTilO8tl ClIENOWETll Dr Basil C nuke UlmptorU DU Maysvillc Ky Seashore Outing Old Point Comfort C dc 0 route Jluanpeuko at Ohio Ry Satur ay Aug 12 1905 U2 from Ie- ngton x Winchester Alt Sterling and Morebead Special vestibuled T t fhehistoric city of Richmond delight ful Old Point Comfort nncTForirejs Monroe navy yards at Portsmouth Ocean View Virginia Beach on the broad Atlantic are among time at hLfrom Old Point Time route is through the famous blue grass reg ions of Kentucky the canyons of plcturisLAlbgbanies and the beautiful Bluo Ridge monntninp the beautiful Shenandoah and Piedmont aHeY81 Surf bathing boating niiil ig PuintStoplo Ivnnuwhn Falls on return trip enabling visit to tho famous Vir inie mountain resorts and other points of interest on the C 0 railway Excursionists DRyro turn either via Charlottsvillc und JnchhurgllndNut river Tickets will be good r turning until August 20 1905 En gage sleeping car spRee now En quire of your agent for full par ticulars or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky U E raT son8 D P A Louisville Ky U oyle Genl Mgr Wm S Bron Am Gen Pass Agt II W Fuller Gen PaseengerAgt f Low Round Trip Rates to IforCllliforIniaThe rates aro unusually low Only 6250 Chicago to Soon Francisco LaosBarbara and return May 1 2 39 jI18 and 14 Double berth Intourlst1 sleeping car Chicago to California 7 Through tourist carp for q Ipifornitt leave Union Pnlisenger SIt tlllly1RoutolJilwukeo dineet Agent 1245 Railway Exchange a Chicago d THOSeJ JONES1 k g Livery Feed sale Stable QWINGSyiLLE KY IS H xdealersTeiepwith Preston Station J j ii vIt r3i r if i r t tt 41youwantthoserviceof tionecr call on inu Terms reason ableIGEORGE H OUD ELl Odessa Ky Frvatcho f flRSCOIAcONNERS Will open her ecbodl again the 2d non ay in September Only n limited number taken Fur P ConoerS PUBUC SALcOn account of OwingsvilleJ I 1905tlireo Iieiid of horses to time byhldibingOne bon Chief dam by Hinkston Boya trotter of note This colt is n 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