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I J l II u r P If + t V i ilr 4 1 t n 00 Ii t h S r1f L I zT f VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLEI KENTUOKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28 905NOJ I 2 MitcheU wngonsee0B3tOI J rClohn BOHZ sold Hanry Hopkins Vvro mule colts for 120 Geo T Young is the authorized agent of THE OUTLOOK to collect Dr G W Conner makes teeth fromtLo cheapest to tim best 10fam Tlio fatuous Jewel IInbf cOOKS and heaters ut Byrons Hardware trlbo RosaMfoed cutter andSweep Power for sale only by E L is A e TBjrron T H L Lane la agent for Wieder man bottled beer and Budweiser cnbottledMore cook und heating stoves at II Bud Brothers than in nay liousc east of Lexington veo will guarantee results if you use the Hooker wheat drill For t sale by Byron Bros L4 All who have property to tell at public auction call on M Do Furls He will give satisfaction The Wonder line of heaters fire i tyZtiEverything for comfort in keep Anru nan in u nt Cabat The ladles of Pleasant Valley J Church will give an icp cream sup per at the church next Saturday cotrMiss Chra It com will entertain Thursday evening of this weok in lr honor ofinliss Annie Lee Woods of Bnrdstown w Conner the dentist usgs Odontundcr and nil approved anesthetic for the painless cs traction of teeth c i SEEDING rUIlJourihlnkof w trying tq raisd wheat without UFilliI z the Richmond Championdrill sold j by BudBrotber j L Get jour I nterliugg Uhbelll utJrst c VV f VIthinkets from JE L AIHYfon WVure soloaKeiitB fur tho fa muus Ettxte Oak and Colo lint kcellStTIoRlclIUlI uil Champjoa wheat slsIquaU Buy cnic iuUuilBnith hr- u i KiiVwiih iaiidlng Hie unfaviini 4 leeei winfiir wheat tiiuyearthiife i iiiing ilia UichrtJtindChiuujjiuti Drill it Iwd One reiultiiHiany pIle liar r thlg2 lc2Jhll lkr uelu I r J See our of f efprd LiiiyiiigV SuiiTJs lfie GruveandBkeweIIukaatidwan y others to sclept Irini 4a b 4VT hymnfr 1tidrUJJ Jhl 8 isfogdncJhlglt protractrd meeting at FergusiiiiV yibMdhesUIour additions tip tu Jltm daynlgktV AVJarrouSTCJjHi eteCra from 4tn unknown if wrty t3b of Gran Uorsimnn ve Bteer at 3qo Ir A w Walden tvio t3 1Jc and t U LefJavsClark at 3c B ALYTPUrng a drunken gkt OHvJefferson ptreet Saturday 4light between Wra UuntK a youngI iililte JirnDatiglierJY u ifef ro lunt t is allegedci it I BaHgberty In the side with ktifo qa JHg i garfi about eix Ihclice lOR P Jetcheii brp qUDiiigherty UIr j ir lIftt arrested 5 t t BOtD nt 5Nbriil1Vof flenr Odes ft UidItt iaIversaryof her bIrth Friday i 1 rb gendJsdyI5 halo and h ari rftan HIJterth9US8BaVof friends 1 IMrayyearlliorir of happiness 4 ec wasVserve byV Mrs D H4fora large number of Ii IpIIy 1ed9Friday ID1ir TUREIVCALVZSG tow TOpoNtha colored barber w Rt fr8lISaIt tick Monday IU iutMl th V a eow feKjlonging to i 4aaUiirprthopped three calves 2 e cult was white pno WJ1iiJW eJed Tiip c whiUe- pllthrtetilItsHn the calves iirHkrfy feed on thc installment plea Th SHUJO cow dropped twin emly riit year Thompson Is i a rrio I t i t Tu TZANSTLVA1iA AT Lcxn G i tfW Owi tarbItusLJlMtlterJl p j HiFOn ThursdRyOct 5th e f tIiirclISY 61 the Lexington oti Let year it wa a in at wgiotable ut between t JQ grat irotferi Swept Mario ldf ThwHrtoa This year EtfiePs Pride g j 2e7i GIf Hword Blp 208JKdd 0 1fayiif0 jr Belle P2AQ9 andIHri jrlWi retne wit talkedJ J Dr adl4ateuMT thoiirteen egi1 Ttlr other races arloA Mttl f frtl day and t ie5 la iist erwd of tile aeetlng ieex ffJ rli Ji X A 1rtit irr ffi 1t J1 J 1 ci e IA5i rJ rl Ii I ia jp PERSONAL Euito nrnther und wife were Ii LqxuiKton Thursday Mrs Snlllo Richards has returned from a visit to JInevlHe liRoyhero Saturday on business stoEIdcrily at Lancaster lost week Granvlllo Richards of linovlllestovisited relatives here last reMrsVisited relatives Hero the wecl Jobhisfro yomFrankfurtlsMRhiin Hazclrlpg of Frankfurt me last week to visit Miss Julia C L tlohon arrived lant week to begin his puntoratcat tlieMctlioclist Church Kupfliio Mluilinn nn1 wifo returned Friday from H visit to relatives lit Co vingtot Miss Nannie IJawson went Frida to nttond the Kentucky Ul1iversltsta filJanicRbum Ro mesaM tidissviilu lust week to attend Scioncq Academy Mrs Henry Scott rot u1I1pd Sumt from a visit to her daughter Mrs drew Minlhan lila Elliott baa returned from H visit to relatives nt Moorefield rlisle und lIhins S Brother of Lexington spent Sunday with his parents Ma M Brother and wileOcAllpghCnyCUyusin Mrs Geo A Peed Mrs W P Strader of Lexington 11111MrsIIrsSKnA Ford and son Earl ro timed hpinotaOynthiani Monday after n vsUo ttlrIMr nnd Ms John Boaz of West of town visited rulutivcs in Mont jSundaySUIIduhereniisln Mrs Lconnrd and yjntMrs Andrew MinihantMIsspHAnnlf rf itli tIurjietIWinohesteraiHj Mt Sterling Jc hifiil mtlIIUII pevioltoIIIIJtithcr te1nt1vs lIear town IlIlIt wltk Mrs A N Crooks lias iTturnod iui n visit to her Mr mull1 Mrs E B SniuuttersorShiurpshuirf- lSSln iMTinnpaiiifil lidme l y JtiI FiMrSavannahGo Wf1ro gtu fd if Mrriind Mr9 K lioutllluderami Saturtlioy IrlUlIl Mt P ttn had bit vitiitlirelatlves at Flem IngslKir itJr1u gu yeestsoW lays lit wlle an l wre I1ccom pi Iied homtt liy Mrn IIII who haw iiiieii hero Bcwral weeks Mrs Wm Atchlsoii and daughter M neLoxiiigtonom there to Cincinnati to vigit rel thoClochlllutColIscrnWiy =t r Congressman J B Bennett of G riiItIlIVWUS hero last TIiurdafo tlprussthhth tlictown and people He wi to moatbeglui Ithu Tiev JM Fuqua afieriwoyearB pastorato of 1 iHire went to Goor tnown last week to tRk charge uthls d tfedthere Rev cjurInlbuilding up his church Ho is n ndlterelihw kaife1tr L PhotoB tiiade i t L A Powers lry 7Stnfo at 10 for 10c Gome on and nlJ VFjQ9VPACER5AT LExflQTONOrThe fltld of Ibrouglft together In the will oot on Saturday Oct itho fifth 8day pf rote Lttore ch tIiamte03 NerIat2O44- n nfonGntJ 2 5Iajorj204 NatIu 2 O1iHelle MeL2O1Pi- ViMichael 205FrankYoakum2d5i Winl tt n Patch rl205 Ifhro inthellcltJOnthelframe tfay tho 2 08 trotwith twelve st esartersilt bp conteet1hlsisa fair feastnUt m litfngofOcfts 14VoOiuTcAnvGeorgo1IeruIt l bMting 8eptl5lt 8 oclock Ho was sick only a fewltisrtd his death came a8fhocktDhlsparontfrtll tkves and toany friends He was cleurElder filbert Pnwsona ttfl chingt He lived a gooclehristtttn life and every oneIoyed him who knewhim industrlc0ISYyears lie had niadetjis Iuomociiihli1 Jiriclo and aunt Kriiinjt ricfuttund wifew eti ofOwh He was buried Suturdoyornp at 11 30 tii BTnundVRoss lIndPMkercoOJucte1tbe fit eral Vf remarks conifoited the faintly and shqwed them that it wIIotbel FtaipaihytobtfmIiv I IV slt rdlep rle oV c Auiyicnn Field Fence strongest ch ettpet nnd best field fence mndc IIlustreC4vedcar of 5000 rods all sizes BVKON Buns Jon PRI TJNO Uemembcr tutu t printletterhenduteiuont envelopes cards Inbelp rec eipts hs antiall sorts business stationary on the best ck in tasteful stykat the most prices Compure our wo rk with that turned out by any ofilce und you will find it to ur advantage to have usSlo your work A Wo aUo print posters dod hrl pamphlets and everything usually turned out by a country Job 9tie We have on hand for side inau I juantity blank deeds niortgagVs til vlensesTHK LEXINGTON TROTS Pom me nee TUlsdIlJOct3 and continue for two weeks Every day a great ke is trotted and the races lire ed with all the scnoationul horses the North SouthKasl and West eting lit Lexington tar the first e this year The entry list is unItuc greatest ever known Excursion rates of one fare for the round trip will bo in force from all Kentucky points The fittest horses JtU ICRlld tho boot racing ever known in Kentucky will he the at tractions Remember the dates t 3 to 14 CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET The October term oT Bath CircuitCourt will convene next Monday The docket followsi Old equity cat pfi 49 now equIty 8 old ordinary 13It new cmtnlrrU Commnnwculth cases Old felonies Ct new 8 Mis demeanors Gaming 52 carrying concealed weapons 11 pointing pistol at anoihrr battery acjanit withlIilsllllltumlj pun 4 injuring private va grautey keeping huuee aTii fume 3 suffering gaming ldisturb itig religious wnrsliip 1 shoiin tVst n tuopuulilielthllllt lieense 2fitllinj on Sunday thsellitigselling liior to minor 7 attach VUit thotutsuiiraee OrntcH 7 forfeited hall bonds 10 total niisileinounorg 102 DluWLrr C FIOUD iEu After elrul veka illness of typhoid feet which undermined CIIIHt1 tutinn never strong DeWitt G uuo1 aged M dletiat hlshumu pturon nail wivt hurled at Hedricks Pchnol hdtise burying ground Tues dayVaIflernnon DVc nsed Wn tIC uihrrieit his first wife biinlli MiF McDoaiild who rfied PeverBlJii nrs ago Si vcrnt children vcrr ni rn of I hat union four of whm III tw thqSump time after hid wlfus death Mr Flood married a lady In Ten zset wluise annie ennui hot bp flnrnedthem Air Flood was a good hl1zen and hlghlllIttmll1ltyun who I fiehim He wits for pom time Matures Ferry corrcppondent r THE OUTLOOK and during that mci ptrformed lila duties in o pninftakihg manner The fatnilj vu the stnieresi pyuipathy of all in their bereavement TUG 20OO liENTuoKytuTultTr Kent ucfcys great trots at Lex in gion open tin Tuesiliy Oct n witli the worlds richest trotting atakc The Kentucky Futurity CllrI threo year ulch Last yeur the coli Vaca record was broken in a grand ce and this year promises to be en more eentationul Twenty s 6n eligible 3yearoldP including Susie N 209 14 Katlierinft Le21214 Bon Voyogo 212 and other high dUlls stake coli rei giblo The other rare on tho st day arc the rich Tennessee St baketries including ten pacers wliosa dbrds arc better than 207 n iiia i 209 pace with 21 entries he Kentucky futurity for lW11 ycarnlde Iho 4bIV 206 trot the 214 trot and the 212 pice make t P the second duty This will be r the groitteet meeting ever held in Kentucky arid our readers should not full to take advantage of tile half tithes oh railroads and attend Mna MAHT OWINOS DEATM Mrs Mary Qwings aged about hietyw0years died arthe home herduuglHer i1 rs Grit Lane on lt Creek lust Friday of Jils liieSheHomo Hmo ThorCinains woroint erred In Springfield comtjtery at 10 loclockGuerraM of Wiluioro con ducting the servifcosV As near us can be ascertained t Mrs Owings was a daughter ofa1 brother of Dr Kelso who formerly vednn PeeledOnk Her parenbwhen she was very r KeKoandMifs wife reared her SJjo WH murrled when youn tol R TeziiuOwingSrVIVO Joshua Qwinjs Sr of Mont JVoinarylnvdci pf Hot SpringsArk Tho l mas OlVi gs of Flat CreekV nndl M jfMrSr Owings luid lived In this coun about fifty years and wits much IOHfby her hutndredrIca Is 1nshe and her husband wore scene g f much social enjoy menv i Music AT timE LEXINGTON TROTS Music has always been one of the big attractions at Kcntuckje grant trots It hns always been the policy of the management to so cure tho best bonus available This yenr the over popular Weber with his famous ptize band of America will gi duiI7 coneeris before theMgnuulftiinil Webers bund sides being one of the very best mueicnl orgunizutinns in America ia noted for the uppropriute select hu it 11favorsAll the latest hits of tbo East sire always heard for the first time in Lexington through Weber and bis concerts alone are worth the nd mission price These concerts are given daily from Oct 3id to Oct 1411 during the entire meeting g wherite j ersdLtcybl tr rulrtatniugfriendehone of whom were over ttwoh veurs old tho youngest being 28 morRhs old Tim little people played gomes until hue in the nf ternoon when deliglilful refresh mentis were served Tlie following pociety buys and girlof the future attended LuinsoLucylrotioBrown Ida Belle Brother Fnnnie lMnnoy Kathleen McCJabe Lqonu Palmer Eleanor JonnerArchicMurtin Em ily Daniel MaryDeiiton RoseJoaes Julia Gardner Rosa Almit ThuWIr sun Eliznbeth Brother Virgulirve Liuy anti Larue UwlIRuthNItoh AItleTri botmLi liii tuut nil M ny Sli rOil I Lottie Flood Luuilo Peed Clean Bailey Lcllic Leo Harris und MUJS Moore IIie grown tips preai n we TureMrs Robt Bailey Mts N A Shrout MUes AnnieLce WnnJe May Klncaid and Hattie Seir ti X THREE GIRLS INJURED Last riituy among those who attended ho Lexington State Fair from tills vounty were Miset Annie Biiilej und Liy Vanlundinghunof UJei ISO and lierlha lititLnger of Stp ofleAll lJullrde the 840 east tintt train at Lexington Friday jlligllt to rcturti homu At rftepstiine e truin barely stopped starting bfforo iMiss Bittinger ali lited ruwlag her lo the ground with much force and budlj bruiaiug Iierv When the train re ctfed PrcslJii v number were ready t t nliglir the Vnglneir rVLpetL lOg his Mejiatone- riiirj niin x M issVllzuilty tint jauliimlinyiiuln wore thrown via former fulling undtMht lICJl5 Her fiehi huit was rrulI1Jr Jut ulMive thullklc her iI bcinsf Inter fouud on thIS Irack IiWC sjlirods She jvns budly bruised a fotitlinghatuubi tiSa hundred nn prdstde accident tn get itt 1hv tflIJl c ow tltuiIctlrerttl to tutkt Mi 5 BuHey tiJiha Stilt Iicktuhut the olfer Wi9 MMS alley sia cnrriefl tos nearby use wliera physicianfi nttendet her TSffe 6re up well under the shoclv arjil was fuken to II Lexlng ton Uioiipital Suit trrdtiy morning iSl uclu indl niiiiin ij expressed re gurdhig the action of the train people and they would hnve tie a rn ni ntFertt crIllS J Siitinilers of huntington Vf Va and one or two oIlier otllebulur Ir lutsvdnjIlntlier lionifijifar OdeaVlthi suit that their visit was for tile purpuhi o t effecting a compromise with lief to t poltutedduutor on the trainwill be proaoeut co1furgifAuxsviuiSSlurday Evening ptember23 r Jlltvinghcuring the tobacco crop consider th Ciislargo crop are now complete From the viewpoint of the warehouseman his is u very good tiling but it emains to be seen whether it will p p ullntof supply and demand enters into o- lthdcunvideration so urns ho is concerned to a greater cx enL than u v iulliuysAuJllng88lrgeqlllitilie of hahn to are being sold the warehouse business may be considered flout r ishinj It will probably take some if careful judgment on the part of tl pl 1ntcr however to sell hi crop to the best advantage the corn p ag Sezu800LIThe offerings In the local market thjij week wore light Thosodpnlers whabiiught tobacco lust winter iiiw rodried it are now finding to their sorrow that they are unable tn sell pricesbtIthiS1cck was of pny fair quality d and almost wholly lucking in color IIO new colory grades oiTred1 brought good prices There WitS It fairdjniand furg to fine tedw ent while tho couimon grades auudp tipswCtrc steady and trashes iii dwugs showed a lower tendency Tutu quality af the dark utter cii wau poor and out of condition to 1 haccbs were dragjjy There was a lIIunnlItlii asiio5ed NOWREADY is D S Estill has opened out her ucw Fall and Winter Goods EVO1ying ch eggsMRSgrades of le1 fbut tugs were some aut higher Very few Green Riv were oilVred and the quality not nt all desirable the market ing iowerCourierJuurnalex HUIILET GnillUNV ISCOntOUATED Articles of luic thurporationCounty Clerks olllda Thurduy by the Burley Tobacco Growers Asso elation with n cauital slock of OQOOIallures of 10 each Till is the outcome of the strug glo of more thou twivyearc duringSI which time a hitter light made the ttusts and its Lli theliiul1uyvIienwero tiled or the 150000 pjmree 5000 chnrns tire to be couimdn ek anl 75000 shares pr ferred tok to bear 3 per ctnt interest prjncipnl ollloes of tho new j1whilehis heol iii severtIiuthor citiea The incorpirutors of the coinpuny and tliu sliarea subscribed for by ouch arck fyTItrw s Archibald Stuart of UieiflflhuilJ t 1l U Sat Skins Jlivan ltTrsajhlea10LJL1Ititu Ch JiortijVAddumtf of Cy a Ii Itt tin 101 U ciin nf Shurpsliiir 10 B lJ liirry 10 B D Burry trustee 73000 A Stunrt irustfc 74930 the highest nuiount of indebted titRor liability the new corporation cna Incur is 10000000 The nu liro of the ha ljTle5o1tVb transact tfijbjr tin nrw compnny vllIbe hitting soiling 0I1 dealing in both leuf and uiunufuetured tobucco The Lexington Observer ollloinl TSMi of the Iturlcv Co in its Irfst jsn1 iu bUshed tho folltiwingwhich wero rcqueetetl to reproduce dawningford tier neighlxiring States tbut u1ute this tobacco Three years rtigglu has crvatiillisetl in the for ab hoR of the Kentucky nail Ohio lJurley Tobacco rnweNCtbmnpaflVI aniznd undir xho luw niKen eky and tIme artiuu4 of incorpo rntiun tiled with CountyClerkBaker TliiiMdayi This is th e lust step sUve onfr that will free the farmers from the grinding hieretIess trust nlslgllyourtobarco IaliiPtyeur V The meeting of county chairmen ld lucre Wednesday was largely tepded and on account of the owd present the meetillg had to held in the County Court room President lluwkins presidedant I the canvass of the returns from the rhUs annuities showed that whit were short others haul over spbsirlbetland that the full amotnt hf 250000 asked for hud been subscribed The articles ofi bear ratin were prepared arid filed e following day It wns decided Unit the Board of Directors shah nsist of 15 meu her fn order to ve as many counties as presoittittion Ten of these were chosen follows Vui Artdatns Marrieon county J W Newmun V1Iclrordcollt1y H Q Lotldon Brown couIluty041tretilbnldStuuarl lrietflsndltlChwinnati 5C McChord Springfield W B Eliiwkin Lexington jW llciijharp uh nod J W Hughes Mercer The other Qve directors will be ected at auieefingto he held here ext weekht which time permunont will also be electediAt tlits meeting a constitution and will be doilific asked to nigh This contract will be as liberal as that of lust year and will provide orlheu8e of nullthe comptiny has not tItan secured outrightThe rendssecure control ofas much or moro toliiioci than it hud lust yenr tho more the betterThis tobacco ill hnve to ho secured in the uie thirty days and there can be noj hesitancy You must act anti act f iOItheont expect mre than one visit1 Tim is too valuable to waste tln1 him who doubts or hesitates Burley producers ate familiar ith the results of cfTorts of the oet three years They kuutr wit it accomplished with an i III per emptyCnusury9Q3 when the great bulk of Ue cropbid pttssod from the control t the coinpuny owing to its inn finuncllliJultrust was wilting to buy it at any r I t jJT I fi price They know that a price hovering cloeely around 11 cents was obtained lust year They know th Npectru ki iinsH02ond just what was paid forc un PlloIweek VD flThepr Sltionranch was expected instead of belng the first step is in reality i beginning ofjihe struggle ort i ut itIt little dilUefcntly a declar uttlOn of war We have hOver Uf- lrestimutcdde tho strength of the enemy and they n re better pntren clied nnd equipped than ever It will take the united action of the owers to make the tight for as I ve told you lime and lignin tIme mvn do the fighting the Generals do the leading We will lend you to certain victory if there are tint too many silly ones to say the tr anyhowheytuy master thet rust will let mo ve Thou foolthe trust will kill von or flay you alive and eal you blood raw Your only hope in in orguriizution and trust to your 1flullrlOU have only tit take the rhl1face ofthTiig crop until they are now oiF 35 per cent Wo nri glud ur the eneourngement and will go tighten lo help 3iIUtn help yourFtlf V B HAWKING School Tax NOTICE TriiHtees of tbbOwingsvillo Graded School District No 1 having met i n their corporate capuclly after due notice all being prsentda hereby levy an mfillorcnv1 lx of 25 cents oh tbo luindr i aollurs on all the propertynt1uhistriet MIS may be and ltcet naeeesed and eq nlizlI1rIlr county taxntlon r ttrithIto population thereof for the cchduci ami Buppnrt of said graded school And it is also orduedthutn poll tux of one dolLlar ba and is hereby levied on of iho mule white population over the purputBufdlfrnylng tllxlevfptallbo tl j daytW SGuoGELL Chairman A Ih DAWOOK SeeroturyIGEn A PKED B M GontToiiwA T ByltoNTrustcrosI GOOD NEWS FOR MOtHERiS AND DAUGHTERS 11ttUliniajorityopenIlngsnatural functions hence the skin is figured We are pleased to say that the BCTI remedy Paracamph makes the skin soft ionooth and healthy by creating anatural poresWhen cnm 1i the CtrcUIationremovesI anti removes Blackheads jiS3three minutes it wilt notoaly cool andI cootlie but remove the troubles and un i part a healthy pcaclijblobm glow to the particu1arwommParacauiph does loi contain anytliiiig that will injureeven the most I delicate skin Itis o clean safe cooling mothertcan woe ycarwithpleasingandsatisfoctoryrcsxiits t conyince you So get a yourlniggiigo back to your druggist the man you weguarIIUltee The Paracamph Company Louisville ytJsAVI JOHN T KlIVsBROUGH SON VV The Outlook and Weekly yeaifor14o vThLouisville Post ont e for 383 rI 7t t tNOWTo savb nioney oil liiiggv Harness I have inBfa JiurnoSsnhd fawtcr JHar tiless thou arty house in JJastern Kentucky Wfmh you buy that iratvLuggy outdo and See inj HawieBs I wit save ili money V ij Everyoiie knows that riiyity Spring Saddles aftu the bestsuudlb mrde Tioy rldo caller look better dud wear loif erihdh any saddle nfade afny = wHore tYoihb and see tiiealici I will savo yoU tiidfcey I niri yours for the iesiSncis and IlJrnei i j EUGENEiVHNiHANiOwingsvik141RAQKET We have onour tall gdod dii JcL fronl ew York and so low ydu cimi resist bit Ig fSups nnd Saucers ect V- fates jc sotV V 5c ble Knivcacuph ust ie Puns 5i r 5 Pocket Combs it ok StrapslOcncil Boxes ccr tic ates Vr S 5c ate Pencils 3 forVV1 Cobblers Set in borK Ire fj 4assIOeFlzct KY for Out den hors c is to do 0 the aftc bhu H two my riiir the bay hoth eves lusts sear font thIs hli pay one fsr the p1 the iorHff und of tho No Kv for full full riiit stud tm Bbd yd 5c JO 5c 1510qMenslrc 2V1 25a 25 j CASH PAID FOR JEGGS E i JLl EFLINL J rJGO WMIATCHISONSLw y OWINGSVJLLE When yoii desire a livery team t1iatisiirsir4 every respect EitANlfNEW VEHICLES llORSE- FRESIT 7 AND FAST Atchison feeds your horses at reaspnjibl M prices Sales Inndeon coininissioii trains met Preston at low cliargc f WMTCIII O llldOVmgSVdle JtitJ9NESIvery OVVlNGSyiLLE Headquarters Iiorso Tfllepljneconnectlou with Lresitui Station rFAINTINO NOW the time have painting papering done will you firstdass OrkJ SHEEHAN AUCTIOMEERr Ifyou want services o an tioneorcall on time Terms reason EuRGE GUDGBLll Odessa KyV iiVII work JiorsHR Vcr stolen from home Heynoliipvitle Bath lclly of Sfpt4 1505 One is n Sight blind in Im rjtti wire on right front other is a dnrk haY 1111111 right ye firlydpsduulo lijlndrid tlolliir reward retuit convfrtioii pefjsojf pr who sink Addres IAJIEH F CtAUit R F D 1SiuarpstuuirgKy Hillfmmyeri NurserieshKtNroTON Offer fjrnainentnl of 19DG a IiofkIfl r1j1uuv V Blanket 1ii 98540eOuting 9 Ii Cantori Cotton 8 1Killtii f 9 Skirts C Outing Under Skirts r1K Baby Cups l5ofVMens Underelr2 jc 35cfFall t TO KY A class in All at night persons tliciiir Clotbj Ladies ACV cdent 11I- nsurane t f A fewweeksagb I insurfed Elder T W Harrisorf agarnaccident arid ill ness AfevdaysIaterli lwas icked on the elboW t by a horse hevascurry f ngahd injured sojthalt heF rdays5Iyhim86G insurance Dtf you know you are as tOgethurtashe Ccmeirf and hear propoSition I will insured yoii gainst S everything in theway of C accident or sickness jt J wont cost much but if it- sinconvenlntforyou to pay cash 1 will take youi 1 note Isnt that fair JiUiES M1 tOSS wingsville r y i phniir Nh JItrllllzrhl T t It9i1ii z il r rruliu9 aa utiil23 ivifrr Iinin IttrUu iSleullli enrl Titi VCAUtiSElT27JlU3 fiJiI 11115 CKJ Tl Sr TIOtivt VVJ1bqu d NoeV26 954a m ii Ltt9PmNo r t Westbound h mNoVNo25Nsrd23dailye 3 Sunday f all others daiJv VVL ft vWeekly CourierJournal p and Outlook one year fofc r6o r J 16 iD i i 4 t t t pct- I qj t c OWINGSVILIE OUTLOOK 4 1iCUTLOO1 PUB CO Publisher JF OWINQSVILLB KENTUCKY 4b I 2Vj-I THE NEW CURE rWhen grim dyspepsia graspetli you 1 will not let you goo The only thing that you can doPhysicians tell you so i la giggle ha ha ho ho 1Tflhleverything1 tickle you so l you feel blue this you must do ha ha ho hoi 1hIf what you eat will not digest But gets you feeling blue About your ailment start to jest And chucklo through and through And giggle Go hunt a dark dyspeptic crowd And sit around and grin I Go let your laughter ring aloud And raise a merry Hnr s Andgiggle This Is the very latest fad To make your stomach right The dinner bell should mak you glad And laugh with nl your might 4 And giggle S Begin to giggle at the dawn JAnd giggle more at noon And giggle when the day Is gone And glftglo at the moon Just glgglcV TehehahahohoI ioIdo Te he ha ha ho ho Chicago Chronicle A ROSE OF NORMANDYBy wUUUC R A WttSOH cJ CHAPTER XII ConINUEnt f There was silence for a moment 4I 4L Duchesncau still smarting after the defeat in tho council chamber ex f claimed with a muttered oath i pointlc his foot Angrily Mon Dleu the gov r2 ernors power Increases daily Tho p f success of the expedition of La Salla will redound to his glory and make or him more arrogant and Insufferable r than ever And our fur supply cut off and the i trade destroyed walled another 4 4l 1k His efforts must he frustrated re I t l Eumed Duchesneau who had suddenly J conceived a plan but each of you o must do his share I i I shall send a tnisty nember of the 0 4j x order with La Salle who will warn the Indians against him the man cxr a wc ti claimed l IAndI shall ecu thatamoug his menr i there shall be a eufflcTent number de fallIure perhaps instigate a mutiny at the comeI4 7 back was the significant rejoinder A Jofanother conspirator I But remember no violence cried t the rJriest In alarm if I The priest whawas none other than 4 1iU Laval bishop of Quebecfeellng that secretlmeeting and the lonely place were not befitting the dignity of his position t grew impatient and interposed It grows late he said and I have t s a vigil to keep before sunrise I must i be tune Our plans are formed let I r each supply the details of his part 1t and muflllng up his face he dlsap pcareCi around the corner of the maga tine ptirhcsneau waited until h j was sure o Of the departure then mut tered after his retreating figure N- oT r violence Monsieur IEveque butjf La jj Sallb should have trouble with the savaces nnd an arrow or bullnt find its way Intb his carcass we should not be to blame T 1Buthow will you secure M Tonti fasked his companion He is devoted Sleand cannot be bought i r WI IP oldf no But what always succeeds vficn money fails I 4 v You mean Yes a woman b VBlltWBO i- y1i4 avothat to me that is ray af 4b c fair See that you do your duty Bon lt solr Be ready to meet me again at any time c So saying the Intendant took his t of way homeward A moment later the spot was deserted The moon sank slowly towards her Sgoalthe witchery of her light envel e opedall the earth making Itastrange weird world Mid as though in keep a fngwIththe uncanny hoi r and place behold a miracle for soon after the departure of the last member of the lngwthlnithree intriguers more l stirred arose 5nd tretehl garmrand crampep s gslt01e quietly away muttering The night time is a cloak for sinners t Mon Dieni many enemies much hon s j or r Day jwas stealing in at the windows V 0f the chateauwben Tonti was aroused Ad Ar by a slight touch on the forehead and tf f ri v opening hiseye was for the moment startled at the strangeness of lila t 5 surroundings He800n perceived ftgf0 i v his bed waiting silently until he J f ihould become thOroughly awakened iiJ h tParUeul mon elmer Pompon and 3 i how dId you get Int he exclaimed 4 h rubbing his eyes and sitting up Pom t r pof pointed to an open window at the o r other cof the room Hewho L1 1i Bleeps catches ho fish and drawing- SJ p a chair seated himself beside theb bed A Foryourpartyou have evidently t been fishing all night to judge by the r 0j dirt and disorder of your clothes 1 + But what upws do you bring for there jnuit be something Important on your t mind Oae does not climb in i 1 at windows at dawn simply to say jourlrrerlgltt I have important f1 news aadanch that you must know Quikklyj if your brain Is sufficiently rp lr rIaredt listen and understand I will 1 relate rapidly what I have done and i j ieanied Mace wo larded yesterday t r I htplaI rfontj as he settled fi rr jW c1Ji back Into a comfortable position r f To show you I have not been Idle whenwcIj lJ o io yon to leave me to my own devices j I I slipped throHgh the crowd Whit govri y J11edits to the party of r Sievir deJtSaJIeaoI found my way rtt 10 the tavern of Jacques Bolsdon on c the square near the church a place reeoiniendecl to eby one oHhesa 0 UthesoclalanctJf 7i cured Kjf lodging and soon made Jrleftde wlfh Marje laughter of the FA tayekeeper whom found to be l pretty pud with a tongue that avver t ier its Wtter She Is eVWeritiy f2 Jt1fjnir h v a tit M r ri rakIr J I d 1fi f- J V o weary of her male admirers of the place and found a stranger fresh from Paris a being to wonder at admire and one to whom she could tell all she knew of the city and Its people A subdued chuckle came from Tonti as ho said Pestc Pompon bow the air of the country changes one You leave France a hater of all womankind and an hour after you arrive here you are z at the feet of the first fair charmer you meet In all undertakings it Is necessary to consider the end I had a part to play Tell a woman she is handsomo and you will turn her head tell her she is wondrous fair and she will soonI turn fool and tell you all she knows This one knew much and has told moI everything I have learned who and where our enemies are The situation is like this Two distinct parties ex let the one headed by the governor and consisting of Barrpls his secrc tary and Blzard lieutenant of his guard Du Lhut leader of the coureurs debols and La Sulln together with a majority of tIme council and most of the common people tho other headed by the intendant Duchesneau consists of a few members of time council Le Moyne and his sons Jacques Le Ber and several othei furmerchants the Bishop Laval together with all tho Order of tho Jesuits The quarrel be twcen the two leaders is one due to their official positions the intendant is jealous of the powers granted to the governor and writes continually complaints of his actions the gOY ernor in turn is Jealous of the Intend ant regarding him an a spy upon his movements Then too Frontenac is in secret sympathy with tho outlawed coureursdebois and is lax in his efforts to apprehend and punish them Ho has an eye to the profits they make in trade and undoubtedly shares in them Cospetlo cried Tonti how much you nave learned in so short a time There Is more to tell yet contin ued Pompon Duchesneau in turn Is interested in the profits ofa certain group of traders here and at Montreal of whom Jacques Le Ber Is at the head hence an additional reason for his hatred of tho governor and tho desire to thwart his plans The Jesuits look with disfavor on the ex ploratlon plans of Frontenac and La Sallo claiming that they would mean the ruin of tic Indian tribes they wish to convert and whom they claim are supplied with brandy by the governors friends the coure rsdebols Fronte nac believes that they have an eye to the furtrade themselves and that ItIIs the beaver skins and not the heathen souls that they fear to lose He claims too that ho has proof of their selling brandy also They are bitter likewise at tho evident favor shown by tho governor to the Recollet friars Sangue dl Dlot burst forth Tout what a sea of hot water the comtos patronage will throw us into The clergy the intendant and his faction and a lot if rascally traders You have Indeed done well to learn all this In time Truly responded Pompon a man warned is half saved Our one I MUST RETURNS mica will do all they can to hinder our success Listen After making love io the pretty Marie about ten oclock as I was lying on one of the benches at the tavern thinking over all that lad been told me ac man entered the room which was empty save for my self and after looking about carefully and seeing only me asleep and snoring with an empty glass near me on the table he sat down as though awaiting some one All are not asleep whohare their eyes shut however so although I continued with my drunken snores my cars were open Soon another man entered and they commenced a conversation of seeming serious im pbrU I caught the words magazine midnight Monsieur lEveque before they left I was aYake in an instant I felt it my duty to be present at any midnight meeting they might have Making my way to the spot an hourI before time time appointed I rolled nly self in a cloak and lying on tbe grounJI threw a lot of dried leaves and earth over me hoping to escape detection I was almost discovered however At midnight three then came whom I learned from their conversation were the intendant Ventresalntgris exclaimed Ton tim astonishment Laval bishop of Quebec And 4 And Jacques Le Ber tho furtrader from Montreal Come da dlable Our worst ene miss Whaj did they saYT They VoW vengeance on Frontenac and intend to strike at him through La Salle Pompon then related the details of the plans he had overheard Tonti laughed heartily Pesle said he but the game is a pretty one So a woman is to win my f vor and make a traltorof me Parbleu there Is one woman hemurmured butper Dial not even for my Rose would I be false to a trust I spent the rest of the night con- tInued Pompon walking up and down arong the edge of the river seeking a plan by which to foil their purpose I have not formed one yet so we must simply watch for the next move of the enemy I must return as it is jiow full day and some early riser might not understand my leaving by a window Tell La Salle as much of the matter as you think best For my part I believe be bad best remain ignorant we can help him better so And with this word Pompon put his leg over the windowsill and dropped lightly to the ground i CUAPTERXIlID- EVOTED TO CUPIp AND HIS AKCHKRY PRACTICE Bright and rlspdwnedthn au tumn day Sounds of unusual excite meat in the lower town greeted the ears of the two comrades as they start edoiit fromtheChateau Ih earch of Frontenac TheV metrhimin front of J 0 the cathedral in ccmprny wun a young woman dressed as near the Paris fashion of the previous year as tho exigencies of the climate anti placo permitted The governor balled them with a hearty Don Jour Messieurs How has your first night In the wit derness passed Then turning to his companions he presented her as the wife of the always faithful Lieut Bl ard of hIs guard I will leave you M le Capltalne Tonti to the tender mercies of my fair lleutcnautess who will show you tho bewildering novelty morningTakedo not let tho bright eyes of one of shipcompanions capture him and deprive us of his estimable assistance f you will accompany mo back to tint Chateau Stcur do la Salle I have somewhat to discuss with you and with a lift of the hat and a wave of his hand he left Tonti and his new acquaInt- ance together As the young man turned with a smile to speak to his companion he beheld a graceful figure whose every adornment b spoko a care and taste that could have been learnt only In Paris a pretty face small and well rounded whose cheeks glowed with tho brisk air of the morning a pair of coquettishlyglance met hers Lieut Blzard had been of that cole brated regiment of CarlgnanSal lores that was ordered home In IOCS by lit king but a portion of which had been sent back to New France two years later Ho had had time however dur- Ing this stay In France to woo the comely daughter of a Parisian shop keeper who womanlike captivated by the lace and buttons of the soldier her feminine prldo tickled by tho evi dent en of her associates as she walkedabout with him had determined to cast In her lot across the sea with her stalwart lover dreaming of conquests and advancements for him until she beheld in his bluff face the features of a future colonial turcnne A year of tho social life at Quebec amidst her primitive surroundings hind dissolved these dreams and left her a disappointed unhappy woman an arrant flirt whose food and air were admiration and attention loving excitement and a touch of danger In everything She had thus easily became a ready aid to Duchesneau in his Intrigues At an early Interview that morn- Ing she had received her Instructions from him and had set out upon her task with a light heart as the playing of a game with a young handsome cavalier fresh from Paris and the court was far from repugnant to her If M le Capltalne Tontl will permit she said demurely I believe I can find him entertainment for Uho morning that will show that we areI not all savages here Par Dieu madame exclaimed Tonlt gallantly I can well believe that Ttio sight of your person has already proved to me that beauty wit and youth are to bo found the whole world over Flu M Deceiver was the blush Ing seek not to try tho flat- teries Of Versailles on us poor artless exiled creatures Have mercy on our helplessness lest wo succumb Then with a tender halfaudible sigh she turned away Come said she to the Place dArmes and I will show you how marriages are arranged in a new eTogethersquare his fair guide pointing out the various buildings to Tontl together with the distant spires of the Jesuit church and the Hotel Dieu A din asI of many voices greeted their ears an they entered the enclosure They found the place filled with a crowd of interested and curious spectators Sol dlera off duty citizens with their sleeves rolled up stopping in their work to witness tho annual sight good dames with their knitting In their hands and their children toddling along beside them holding fast to tho folds of tJtelr skirts here and there an officers wife with her escortall mingling in a goodnatured confusion- It Is early yet explained Madame Blzard to Tontl as they wended theirIway slowly through the crowd markst does not begin for a halfhour Meanwhile let us work our way toward the opposite side of time where the crowd is thickest there weI will find the anxlou swains sighing for the appearance of their futureI wives They finally reached a position where they could ace and hear all tllatI went on Before them were congreI gated some hundred or more men most of them of the peasant class from ihe neighboring farms and seignior ten clad in their holiday garb while tho clothes madeof skins and caps of fllrIbetrayed a few of the hardy pjoneeru who yentured to the further limits of the settlement to rear their cabins arid set their traps They exchanged greet- Ings with one another laughing antI Joking noisily while plpesful of to bacco and drams of brandy changed ownership in friendly barter or social comity ThroughIt all however each kept an anxious eyt out towards tho side of the square from which the procession of Kings girls would ap proachThey all seem eager for tile fearful fate before them laughed Tontl True was the reply that had a touch of bitterness in It but if you pity the men I pity the unfortunate girls moredoomed as they are to a life of servitude and labor with a man they have never seen before and whom they will probably wish within a month that they had never met Still as you know they are all bourgeoisie who are accustomed to nothing better than hard service and abuse It is their kings command that they shan marry and they obey We soldier folk however although tho Tdnj make8 us marry too have a Parisian saying that we bear In mind What is that was TonUs query Keep your eyes wide open beforo marriage and half shut after was the saucy rejoinder To Be Continued A Catch to Come Little Jimmy Stiles Is animated V two rulinspasslons In this life One Is a perfectly sincere hatred of school and all that therein Is and the other an Inordinate liking for fishing In a stream close to his own home A little while ago he discovered that he was possessed of a defective memory which permitted him to forgot all about hU school duties and so he betook hlm self to the hereinbefore mentioned stream to fish He was proceeding homeward when he met ode of hla schoolmates Hallo Jimmy What yer caught queried the latter O nuffln yet said Jimmy I am f been homeLondon Answers KucllrtK Dmpnlr Euclid gave up in despair It is totally impossible to square a sewing circle he ahnothtr d Herewith he had to listen to the newest details of tuft Joucj fawlf skeetonew York Suns ESAU LORD OF EDOM OUR BIBLE STORY by the Highway and Byway Preacher VWon Between the Unn of Coda Inspired Word Copj right by J H EJon Scripture Authority And Esau took his wives and his sons and his daughters and all the persons of his house and his cattle and all his beasts and all his sub stance which be had got In the land of Canaan and went Into the country from the face of his brother Jacob Par his riches were more than that they might dwell together and the land wherein they were strangers could not bear them because of their cattle Thus dwelt Esau In Mount Sell Arid Jacob sent messen gers before him to Esnu his brother unto Ihe land of Sell the country of Edema Gen 3G68 Gen St3 ks- 4S theEsU Iiiib sprIngy blt of wood in his hand r and here and there iiJ1 took off a tiny Z curlIng shav Ing with the keen I edge of his knife blade until at last 4l it seemed to ncet the approval in his critical eye There now we are ready for the gut The young man who had been following the operations with absorbed Interest and had anticipated the next step in the process quickly reached forth the twisted tendon and watched almost breathlessly while his father bent tho bow over his knee and secured the gut at either end As he took tho completed bow In his hands and twanged the string affectionately he exclaimed wish you were going with us fa therI wish I were warmlly responded Esau and then added as a merry twInkle came into his eye but it is lucky for you that lam not for I would not give you a chance to get a single antelope Oh Im not so suro of that the other replied ready to accept the chal enge for I am pretty quick with the bow nnd sure of my aim Watch that And the arrow sped frdnKtho bow and was soon quivering fairly in the cen ter of tho trunk of a small sapling some 200 yards distant Well done Ellphaz You do your father credit exclaimed Esau in admiration The boys as clever with the bow as I was at his age ho added as the young hunter equipped for the chase started off Yes responded Judith tho boys mother and beseems to be as fond of hunting as you used to bo- As fond as1 I am now you might say for It Is not that t have tired of the chase that keeps me from trailing the deer and hunting the lion in his lairOh the burden of riches and pow responded the woman wlth1ock reproach In her voice Esau smiled goodnaturedly The years hstd indeed dealt bountifully with him Great prosperity had come His substance had increased until he had found the land of his father Isaac far too small for the needs of his growing flocks and herds and he had a couple of years before moved eastward and southward Into time land of Edom And there his wealth and Im portanco had continued to Increase Tho king eager to form alliance with him made him one of the lords of the realm and mustered into his serv ice his strong force of fighting men Thus it had come to pass that tho new burdens and responsibilities bad interfered with the wild free life of the huntsman and often with longing heart he had wished for its return But if riches almost without measure and honors and power can bring contentment and selfcomplacency then Esau should have enjoyed such frame of mind and he did Witli riches and success there had grown up In his heart a sort of contempt and commiseration for his earlier lifo and its simplicity and limitations He could not understand how if the birthright and blessing were so Important as he had at one time supposed that he could have prospered so and Jacob ac- cordIng to all the reports ho could gather from the far distant country where Jacob had gone had done so poorly More than once he had laughed with Judith over the distress and bit terness which had filled their hearts when Jacob had stolen the blessing Im glad be exclaimed after a long silence that Jacob escaped If for no other reason than that he might see some day how little I needed the bless ing end the birthright Why I have more Socks and herds than Jacob has sheep and more goldand silver than he ever saw And not only so as regards my possessions but consider tho num ber of men bearlnpc arms who are in my following Yes assented his wife proudly I overheard one of the men saying yester day that the king had no more powerful ally than thou Which Is true as was proved in the last struggle which the king had with the flercetribes inhabiting the country to the south of Edom Had It not been that my men had stood firm In the face of the enemy and checked the terrific as sault when the rest of the kings army were wavering they would have been victorious and have pillaged and laid waste our country And the memory of that thrilling encounter brought the flash and fire into his eyes and stirred everynerve and muscle in his powerful body to that alert tense attitude which bespoke tremendous strength and un daunted courage But he continued musingly as his thoughts reverted to Jacob I cannel understand what father could have meant when he declared that I should serve my brother iOb It was the whimsical notion of a weak old man Judith rejoined with an impatient toss of her head as though she would dismiss the matter as of no possible significance StainingWood It Is sea soned Instead of making the artificial sapIstrolnstotineltIntobefore It dries Father Trials The parlor baritoneand the dining room Joker are two of the tribulations daughter 4t r 1 i s C ii iiif t 1 ITtf j t But I have heard mother make thi same remark and I believe ahe claimed that God had so declared before oui birthWell you are not silly enough to believe it or let it trouble you are you Your riches and power are enough to disprove as utterly impossible and ridiculous any such condition Yes he replied In rather dubious uncertain tone it does seem so But sometimes It troubles me I cannot shake off the thought altogether- Oh bother your vague fears Consider tho realities Lookl she exclaimed pointing towards a body of horsemen that had Just come Into view and was rapidly approaching That doesnt look much as though you would ever have to serve another much loss your brother Jacob Esau made no response but watched with proud eyes his faithful followers Then turning and beckoning to one of his servants be ordered him to bring up his horse and was soon In the saddle and riding off with his men A bit of news which they brought changed his plans and Instead of continuing in the direction of the chief city of Edom where he was to meet the king he turned Into the trail which led to the perth ward Word had been brought that a strong body of Syrians with their flocks and herds was moving to the south ward and both as a caution ary measure and with the thought of tribute or plunder to be gained from the strangers Esau deter mined at once to go to meet them With his strong body of armed followers he had little to fear and tribes from a dIs- tant country were legitimate prey Here was opportunity to win fresh glory and obtain rich booty perhaps But they had not proceeded far when they en countered a company of men and to the Inquiries of the vanguard of Esaus forces they replied that theywere bearers of mesasges to Esau lord pfEdom and could they direct them to him Fearing treachery of some kind the men questioned the strangers sharply desiring to know the nature of their business with their chief when at that moment Esau attracted by the commo tion rode forward The strangers bowed low We are bearers the spokesman of the party declared of a message to Esau lord of Edema from Jacob his bi other Canst thou tell where he may found Jacob exclaimed Esau unable to hide his emotions Comest thou from Jacob the son of Isaac who has been sojourning In Syria Where is he Yea the same and he Is tarrying with his flocks and herds and his wives and children in Mount GUead But who art thou and the speaker looked uneasily upon the man before him and his fiercelooking armed attendants who crowded about him I am Esau he said watching with a halfamused smile the surprise and consternation displayed on the faces of the mel before him Our master has sent us to thee at last the messenger manage to say and has commanded us saying Thus shall ye speak unto my lord East Thy servant Jacob salth thus I have sojourned with Laban and stayed there until now and I have oxen and asses flocks and men servants and women servants and I have sent to tell my lord that I may find grace in thy sight Did Jacob say servants Strange Esau exclaimed half to himself struck at once by the thought that It did not harmonize with the declaration that the elder was to serve the young er but without waiting for reply he eagerly made further Inquiry regard- Ing hie brother and finally dismissed the messengers telling them to re turn to Jacob and inform him that Esau was coming to meet him And that night astie rested with his men- the old memories crowded in upon him but the blttorneSs and hatred of the long ago were gone He would forget the past He had all that the world could give Why need he be envious of Jacob changeInway safe for Jacobs return He was bringing Jacob face to face with the sins of the past and stirring his heart to true and deep repentance for when the messengers returned and reported that Esau was coming with 400 armed men his heart sank within him and he was seized with a great fear And he divided the people that was with him and the flocks herds and camels Into two bands fearing that Esau might fall upon him under the cover of darkness for said he If Esau come to the one company and smite It then the other company which is left shall escapeHaving taken these precautions Ja rob went apart by himself and when he had thrown himself upon his face he cried to God saying Oh God ot my father Abraham and God of my father Isaac the Lord which saldst unto me Return unto thy country and to thy kindred and I will deal well with thee I am not worthy of the least of all the mercies and of all the truth which thou hutshewed unto servant for with my staff I passedoverthis Jordan and DeUvermebrother from the hand of Esau for I fear him lest he will come and smite me and the mother with the children And thou saldst I will surely do thee good and make thy seed as the sand of the sea which cannot be numbered for multitude And as Jacob pleaded the promise which God had made to him and con leased hIs own sins and shortcomings and needs there came into his heart a purposetoto him the angel of the Lord and wrestled with him until ihe breaking of the day And the angel blessed him there and said Thy name shall be called no more Jacob that is supplant Cr but Israel that Is a prince of God for as a prince hast thou power with God and with men and hast prevailed What though hehalted on his crip pled thigh where the finger of God had left His mark as he had wrestled with Him what though Esau were coming the peace of God filled his heart the fear was gone He kne that the danger was past Esau the lord of Edom and Israel the prince of God were to leave the past behim them A new and better future was w be theirsSPeking University The oldest university la the worlel is at Peking It IB called the School for the Sons of the Empire Its an tiquity Is very great and a granite register consisting of stoat columns t 320 in number contains the same of 60000 graduates Healthy Work Workmen attending the pans Inult works are never knon to have holera smallpox scarlet fever or in fluenza 25bt ti Ii f h i n i i ft f i r STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST DEATH WON AT LAST A Woman Made a Strenuous Fight for Life With Violet Leaves Dayton Sept 20Mrs W JL Me Cormlck died at her home Fourth and Vine streets of abdominal cancer Hr case which was a rather remarkable one has attracted considerable alien tion in tho medical world Over aIyear ago she was given up to die by all physicians whowere called In frconsultation It was then that Mr McCormick learned of the violet leaf cure and treatment was begun Tea of the leaf was administered regularly and In a short while the patient show ed marked Improvement The intense pain ceased and in the course of a few months she was able to get abut al most as well as ever A few days ago she suffered a relapse resulting in her death HIS FORMER NURSE Gen Sydney J Gates Will Take Her As His Wife Louisville Ky Sept 22Sydney J Gates general agent of the Big Foe railroad Is to be married In October to Miss Mattie Moore Austin a nurse who attended him during a recent ill ness at the Norton infirmary Mr Gates was In the hospital for the purpose of having an operation performed on one of his eyes Miss Austin was placed in charge of the railroad man and before his recovery was nearly completed cupid camp along and three weeks ago when Mr Gates lift the hospital he nurse had promised to become his wile Miss Austin conies from a prominent Lcwlsburg Va family STIFF SENTENCES GIVEN Negro Boys Pleaded Guilty To Rob beryand Arson Scottsvllle Ky Sept20SherUr Bradey and his deputy returned from Bowling Green with eight negro boys who Were taken there from this cotm ty on August 2 for the robbery and burning of the Bryant block on Jnne 28 They Entered apIca of guity Walter Isbell and Will Hughes receiv ed 26 years in the penitentiary Lucien Isbell and Ed Petty each five and Lane Dunn One year Bennie Bowers CJar ence Isbell and Clove Harston will appear for sentence Wednesday THE POOLROOM CASES A Motion Made To Advance Them In the Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky Sept 21ln the courtof appeals Wednesday a motion was made by Attorney General Hays to advance the Covington poolroom cases of Respess Boro and Dayezac against the commonwealth and hear them with the Enright cases now un der submission Attorneys Myers anti Byrne objected to advancing the cases at this time and the court took the matter under advisement Property For Depot Lexington Ky Sept 20By the purchase here of two pieces of property at a cost of 48000 tho Union Depot Co has removed the last obstacle standing In the way of erecting here the proposed new union depot to ac commodato trains of the Louisville Nashville the Lexington Eastern and the Chesapeake Ohio railroads Brakeman Killed Ludlow Ky Sept 21oalo Oreen 23 brakeman for the Cincinnati Southern railway was found lying on the tracks In the Ludlow yards with both legs crushed He was picked up by the crew of a Q C passenger train He died about two hours after being received at the hospital Green was married and lived on Elm street A Rush For Screens Newport Ky Sept 22 Newport manufacturers tot screen doors and window screens who make twothlrdd of these articles used In the country are working night and day turning out Borders for the south owing to the yel low fever epidemic Qne firm has enough orders from three states tc keep It going for six months New Companies Incorporated Frankfort Ky Sept 23Tho fol lowing new companies flied incorpora tion articles with the secretary Pine vllle Water Supply Co 20000 Har rodsburg Trust Co30000 Kentucky Hardwood Lumber Co Of Wayne coun ty 30000 Cain Martin Machine Co i of Louisville 3000 Guests Burned Out Bowling Green Ky Sept 21ThJ hotel at Chalybeate Springs near here burned One lady guest is reported to have lost a set of pearls worth 2000 The 20 guests came to this city and boarded trains for home Garrison Is Growing Fort Thomas Ky Sept 23 Owing to the number of new recruits which are steadily arriving at Fort Thomas the actual strength of the garrison is now 24 officers and 504 enlisted men There are 32 general prisoners serv ing sentences Charged With Making Oleo Covington Ky Sept 23Henry Gadker aged 19 of 499 Pike street was arraigned before Federal Commis sioner John Menzles on a charge of manufacturing oleomargarine He was released on 1500 bond The Big Trolley Deal Lexington Ky Sept 22 Thetrw tion deal which Is to unite the trolley lines of Lexington and Frankfort and the Interurban running out of Lexington Is nearing completion It will Involve several hundred thousand dollars Kentucky Postal News Washington Sept 23A post office has been established at Harold Floyd county Ky with Joseph D Morcll postmaster The post offices at Chewn ing and Dorcey Twigg county have been discontinued Drowned Himself In a Cistern Stlthton Ky Sept 21Mrs Hattia Yeager 51 and a member of one of tho best families of Meade county committed sulcdo by jumping Into a cistern at her home Her body was found by her husband shortly after midnight A Distressing Accident Greenup Ky Sept 21Hlram T Bush an employe of the Chesapeake ft Ohio railway at Slloam picked up his shotgun when It exploded tearing both eyes out He has a large family uf small children v rCENSUS REPORTSI Some Interesting Facts In Regard T CovlnQtorf Given Out I Covington Ky Sept 21Thci report of time United States census bureau for 1302 and 1903 that has Just been Itsued gives some very startling farts concerning Covington that are not gen erally known Covington at that time had a population of 44759 with an area of 16095 acres There are 193 licensed saloons The nubile library Is credited with haying 7017 volume which Is less than any city In its class and in these years there were 86085 withdrawals of books which Is more than any other city of its class Cov Ington had 310 fire hydrants and 437 miles of water mains It Is lighted by 327 arc lights 28 incandescent and 449 other lamps It has 615977 square yards of paved streets and 268 mile of sewers The following Is the actual property of the city Waterworks 02500 market houses 22000 wharf 5000 city hall 285000 firehouses 88000 hospital 16000 Jail 101 000 schools 325000 library 125 000 miscellaneous 42000 A FATAL KISS Father Accidentally Broke Hit Llttli Daughters Ne kIGravel Switch Ky Sept 23JI1I01 Chumbley a resident of ths coucty returned home to visllhls wife and child his arrival he grasped his sfxyearol daughter by the chic to kiss her lifting her head back The little one sank to the ground dead A physician found that her neck had been broken father nmostrence whereby his caress was turned into a death blow for hIs only child whom he dearly loved WESTERN NATIONAL BAN It Will Be Reopened For Business on October 3 Louisville Ky Sept 22 Monday September 25 has been fixed for the payment of the 223 per cent assess ment on the stockholders of the Western National bank which was recently closed by order of the controller of tho currency The assessment amounts to 250000 and furnishes the necessary amount to cover indebtedness to do positors and yfher creditors and to provide the necessary surplus for re suming business The bank will reopen on October 3 KENTUCKY BATTLE A fOne Man Was Killed and Another Mol tally Wounded j Sparta Ky Sept 23News reach ed here from New Liberty of a battle in which one man was killed anti an other mortally wounded John M Qs den shot and killed his soninlaw Richard Marksberry end also mortally wounded Marksberrya brother The killing is said to have occurred over the settlement ot a 7 debt Ogden left immediately after the shooting and has not been arrested Grocer Hanged Himself Louisville Ky Sept 23 Suddenly becoming Insane from the effects of a fracture of the skull received when a boy of 15 Frank Brown wellknown as a retired and well to do grocer of the east end arose at his accustomed hour went into the barn in the rear of his home 1713 Baxter avenue and hanged himself from a rafter Shot By a On Legged Man Lexington Ky Sept 23Bill Bogle 38 was shot and fatally wounded by Jimmy Kane ot about the same age in the saoon of Ed Martin on Vino street Bogle It is alleged was mak tag for Kane who has but one leg with a beer bottle when Kane drew his revolver and shot him three times A Generout Offer Frankfort Ky Sept 22 Twelvo Frankfort physicians have offered to serve a month each as penitentiary physicians for nothing If the salary of the prison physician would be paid for that period to the widow of the late Dr Tobin The prison committee baa taken no action Burley Men Incorporate Lexington Ky Sept 22With the filing of articles of incorporation by the Burley Tobacco Growers of Ken tucky and Ohio tne fight made for the past two years to wrest control ot the Burley tobacco from the American To bacco Co seems to be an assured su eras MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 23 CATTLBrCommon 2 85 0 3 78 Heavy steers 5 00 l 5 10 CALVESiExtra 7 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 50 6 65 Mixed packers 5 25 ti 5 50 SHEEP Extra 4 40 4 50 LAMBS Extra 7 25 FLOUR Spring pat 6 65 5 90 WHEAT No 2 red 8- 6No3red 87 t 82 CORN No 2 mixed 66V4 No 2 white 0 57 OATS No 2 mixed 29 RYE No 2 66 70 HAY Ch timothy 012 75 PORK Clear mess 1660 LARD Steam 800 BUTTER Ch dairy 15 Choice creamery 23 APPLES Choice 2 3 59 POTATOES Per tAil 1 40 1 60 TOBACCO New 5 00 fjtl3 00 Old 450 01475 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 5 20 WHEAT Noi 2 rod 84 85- Nos 3 red 82 87 CORN No 2 mixed 52 OATS No 2 mixed 0 28 7014PORKLARD Steam 7 75 New YorK FLOUR Win struts 4 00 0 4 25 WHEAT No 2 red 89 OATS No 2 mixed 32 33 CORN No 2 mixed 59tS RYE Western t 67 PORK Mesa 17 50 18 00 LARD Steam 815 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 83 83VS CORN No 2 mixed 68ft CATTLE Steers 4 00 4 60 SHEEP No 1 250 3 00 Louisville 83m4CORNNOOATS No 2 mixed 29 PORK Mess 1200 LARD Steam 725 ndianaoalia WHEAT NO 2 red so CORN No Z mixed 5315 OATS No 2 mixed i 24th a 1T S 4rSI ir5 y sI4 f4geF L5Sb lSrAINFuIrEmoDS AMERICAN WOMEM FIKI REUEF TheCase of Miss Irene Crosby Is 0n ofThousandsofCures Made byLydia r Pinkhama Vegetabl Compound How many women realize that men struatlon Is the balance wheel of a Womans life and while no woman Is entirely free from periodical snfferiE tia not the plan of nature that women should suffer so avcrely fusrene Cios47J T Thousands of American women however have fonndrelief fromall monthly suffering by taking Lydia E Pinkharas Vegetable Comnound as it is themost thorough female regulatorknown to medical science It cures the which causes so much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors Miss Irene Crosby of 313 Charltoa Street East Savannah Ga writes LydlaEPinthamsVegetableComponad fa a true friend to woman Itgreat benefit to me curing roe ot Irregular and painful menstruation when everything else had failed and I gladly It to other tufferinjr women N Women who are troubled withpain fat or menstruation back ache bloating or flatulence lencor rhoca falling inflammation 6r ulcers tion of the uterus ovarian troubles that bearingdown feeling dizzi faintness indigestion nervous or the blues should take Immediate action to ward off the seri bus consequences and be restored to perfect health and strength by taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound and then write to Mrs Pink Lynn Mass for further free ad vice Thousands have been cured by to doing SAP lENT SENTENCES It is wonderful what civilization hasnt done for mankind If good clOthes made a man all tailor aj would be millionaires Men who occupy lowly place have the advantage of a good running start Sympathy for the under dog shoul not lead us to sympathize with the wrong The best way to prepare for the big tasks is tofalthfully perform the little OB C V 7 S5fc is Arfcplanation JJtweler Your watch seems to be magnetized Havo you been near a dynamo lately Young Man No but Icrcalledon a very attractive cong lady last night Chicago Dally News CHRONIC ERYSIPELAS Cured by Dr Williams Pink Pills Although Whole Body wsAffected Erysipelas or St Anthonys fire is a most uncomfortable disease on account of the burning the pain and the die figuremeut it is also a very grave dis order attended always by the danger of spreadThecaso read with great interest by all sufferers as it affected the whole body and refused to yield to the remedies prescribed by the physician employed Mrs Ida A Gel bath who was the victim of the attack residing at No 19 Winter street New bnryport Mass says In June of 1903 1 was taken ill with what at first appeared to be a fever Isent fora physician who pronounced my disease chronic erysipelas and said it would be a long time before 1 got well Inflammation began on my face and spread all over my body My eyes were swollen and seemed bulging out of their 1 sockets 1 ftaa In a terrible plight amid suffered the most intense pain through out my body The doctor said my ease was a very soveIpone Under his treatment inflamma Ion did not diminish and the pains which shot through my body increased In severity After being two nlouthsun- erhisrewithoutanyImnjroyernent I Shortly after this on the adviceof a friend I began to take Dr HKUJaBJs FinkPills for Pale People two at a dose three times a day After the second box had been used I was surprised to notice that the inflammation was going down and that the pains which used to cause me so much agony had dtsappearedAf P- tsr using six boxesof wasup and around the house attending to my everDr by all dealers in medicine or maybe ob tamed direct from the Dr Williams Medicine Co Scheueclady JTY OBnoAi PO25 cnrciT- heNVshville Chattanooga StLouia Railway is a very beautiful lithograph 18x25 inches of cbs famous engine General which is nowjpn exhi bition in the Union Depot Chattanooga Term Thepicture and be mailed to any address for twentyfive cents The General was BgShantyWestern Atlantic Railroad April nth 1863 and was recaptured by Conductor w A Fuller Anthony Murpbyand others near an excit lug chase of about miles It was one of the most thrilling exploits of the Civil War The object of the raidS was to burn the on the Western Atlantic Railroad and cut off the Con federate Army from its base of supplies A booklet The Story of the General tent free upon application W L DANLEY G P A NuhfiUe Chattanooga St XouURy Nashiille Tennessee ON ITS OWN RAILS Amilroadwlthitaowarailseztesdiag one important city to another has decided advantagesover a line dcndlot on connections to trsrerao the same distance Through raiIapare q icker service entirely obvlatin tlKy b delay arising from This whyTHC KTYVtt3apwa relic St Louis and Kansas to Houston Galveston and San Antonio has advantaees over other line between the same points Through trains with- PDUMAN SIE2PER3 AMD CHAIR CARS are tim htween St Lmits a and Kansas City and all principtl Texas clUes i You step into the cars at St Louis or Kanws City and ere tot corn prlled to leave thenfcn ill yir destinatlou Is 4 The Kilt rcacic3 I e H ici 4 bwi t Yt L F ic b s in 11 it Sr O Ii W BOW A FRIEND 4k d sT SHIP GREW The Story Waether Haad Sapollo got a more j enthusiastic wfiicnme In homes whm Sapollo was am old and tried frIend IcvIiese It was a stranger Is a ques t 8JKV Where women had come to rely OS poA for rapid thorough clean very part of the house except Jilielijadry they commenced without loss of time to avail of this new prize i Grubby little hands and stained work soltenedIas lollS spots disappeared and com 2plexions cleared Children ceased l 10tbelrstrenuous objections to the scrub 4bing up process because It became a i Jr a I i1- 9IS4 It 4pleasure It freshened up the hands I j after dlshWasKog removing the most disagreeable feature of that necessary k1task It was found to keep delicate i baby skins from chafing better than salve or powder and the crowning aote la tho song of delight came when an adult member of the family used It la a full bath and realized that a Turkish Bath at a cost ot one dollar I was outdone by a small fractIon of the pi 5V Utile teacent velvety cake 4 But strange though it may seem there were people who had sot learned oi4 to prize Sapollo To these the adver T5ia tIsing ot Hand Sapollo came as aI t surprise Sapollo a scouring soap 4t THE mST STEP away I orearlabaUdt childS4I I Yow cwil bu bcalibr or rttY r veu good Si OD dea tI BAND SAPOLIO It 1P1UU3 8YW7OU adapted for the taads the face the general tHet Impossible it would 5L be horrid Who ever heard of such a eP Finally a bold shopper carried S5bome a cake Does U look like kit cheeSapotta tfoeaetssxreaada cake ef that Is hough and comparison made Behold a family using both the Safeties for every cacehablapur AfterIk r tvitl 8IIe Jane thought the atosIat the smooth dainty lather Aaether was ctrtalm It would harden 4S4 e THB DISTRICT SCHOOL v 5SOF SPOTLESS TOWN CLASS IB ALGEBRA X4RLetBj XThenSIT1IcXBudulnusXdepout HE 4 nyopecanKePodoabl t Att4lee WhtJUoat the hOlucwIre please t TbehappjajmboIwecalteaK SSSSSSSSrtllizetoeJ the wasting 0 ipTheabegaathe excitement ot advent t the new soap NOT t fAglrI tried a shampoo HerI hair pretty soft aad silky estupft J rrreitIjwjt1le of toe unmanage geaeraHy exists for a full lIUJta teUm meed for cold cream after 4 V ward A phitlJlyitlc M treated ie m daily bath V lag wIth the fullsu4s1omptLvbe ti4 t cameclear Tartar em fr the teeth yielded o 1e14 yT and d A feet that t14l 4 i 4 WHY TAKE DAINTy CAREof your mouth and neglect your pre the myriad rapuths of your skin 1 HAND iI SAPOHO does not gloss them 1 tt over or chemically dissolve yi 7S their healthgiving oils yet clearsthcm thoroughly by a tf method of its own dcHI 5dr tescy teX v wards1 mardealag ot the skla rpZthefrS S aatural ceadi l tieatmaaBtherttm y had wlNfltIM chertM et trieadly acclaim And so Itf 1 te ev vywf these who kaowjhe 1A v tld r brother welcome Ofe aew 1 r for the take olthe first kaowa ned tIJeMt who meet both for the first- eicajS5wriy as jte WTcould better- S aaanJrttfy had to make a choice J t HAND SAPOLIO yHM will keep the hand 1 W ahbasy woman as white un tafined and pretty as if she was under the constant care of a cit t inHfTheDalptyWoiu or on ihe farm Thosc ugly dark5browr streaks i ba the neck arisfng from tight collArs and the line where the SBBbura Biopj aRliei wiped but 5 Z b1t eveheIylalherorffAND t Duy triijsFtin J i i i I b r r t n 0 ttoo jf I t r totJ A rJ r 1tJ to iN rcr rJ t 1 po i2i7f i rt J rt Gtv S5 gso Ft q V SS 4 Et J p ir WORLDS NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM Pithy and Pointed Parnjrraphs of Recent Interesting Happenings EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Doings of the Government Of flclils Crimes and Casualties and Other Notes of Gen eral InterestS After a period of severe Illness last Ing two months John M Hamilton former governor of Illinois died In Chi cago He had been In health for several years ExGov Hamilton was born In RIchwood Union county 0 May 28 184- 7Fiftynine cases of typhoid fever ex ist among tho convicts In the state penitentiary at Walla Walla Wash and new cases are reported dally The prison has 7G5 convicts and the offi epidemicThe La dies ot Honor adjourned Commemo rating the date on which the order was founded at Louisville In 1877 September 30 will hereafter be recognized as memorial day by each local lodge In the arrest of three men on board polleebelieveclew to the mysterious Black Hand society which for years has terrorized New York Italian citizens The state of Alabama raised the quarantine established a few days ago against Jackson Miss at the llmd when a suspicious case of illness was reported from there Tho authorities at St Petersburg re calved officIal reports from tho Sibe nan coast to the effect that the Japan promIsohabitants throughout the Island of Sak halin north and south citylimitscommon of late that Chief of Polka Troyer detailed two mounted officers to patrol the city to sec that his In structions against the practice are car- rIed out to tho letter After protracted sessions extending over some weeks the Norwegian anti Swedish delegates who met at Karl sand to settle the terms of separation of tho two countries arrived at an agreement on all points Ten thousand boiled eggs formed one feature of the bill of fare prepared Tor the members of the clubs which went to Westchester Pa to take part in the big republican celebration Several distressing Instances of chil drens suicides In Germany have oc curred since the autumn school term began This has brought on a discus slon of the conditions of school and home life and endeavors are being made to trace the causes of that In creasing feebleness of the desire to live which It is affirmed the 11000 sui cities of 1903 Indicate Tho fashionable women of London will wear only white furs this coming winter The furriers windows arc filled with white furs The best white fox skins cost 400 each so that those garments therefrom will not become commonA of J100000 against the city of Chicago was given the PanHandle railroad In a damage suit brought be cause of tho burning of a number of freight ears belonging to the railroad company during the A R U strike of 1894 The diplomatic rupture between Greece and Roumanla has been com pleted by the departure of the Rou manian mlnisterfrom Athens The In terests of the Roumanians In Greene have been entrusted to Italy while the Russian legation at Bucharest will guard the interests of the Greeks in I oumanta The Spanish cruiser Cardinal Clsne ronsn Extremdura and Rio Janeiro are coaling at Vgid Spain with the expectation of proceeding to the coast ol Morocco to obtain redress for recent Moroccan dcpredatlons against Span ish ships The grand jury which has been In vestigating the Salmon Salmon bank ot Clinton Mo returned Indict mettLe on 13 counts against Thomas M Casey former manager of the bank who confessed at the time of the failure to using forged notes for securi ties George W Perkins vlco president of the New York Life Insurance Co and member of the firm ot J P Mo- rnCog was on the wltnesss stand before the special legislative committee probing Insurance companies methods Witness could not explain why after the New York Life badboughl4 000000 worth of bonds from J PMor gan Co 2000000 wjcth should be sold back to that firm at The samo price within two months aud no minute of the finance contmittee could bd found to explain It It can now be stated that the exchange of ratification of the treaty of peace between Japan and Russia will take place In Washington shortly aft er the treaty has been ratified by the respective sovereigns Baron Komuras condition continues to Improve rils convalescence may be sate to be well established Komu ra Is again thinking of starting for Japan and he will sail from Tacoma bit an early steamer ElI Jordan 107 years old is dead In the western part of Pike county Ala bamahlfi dcmUe being due to tile in firmities of old age The engagement of Miss Anita EV- ans daughter of H Clay Evans anti Lieut David Foote Sellers of thexUnjt ed States navy just announced Is a matter of much comment insoclal and official circles of Chattanooga The autumn rains have begun In Cal abria the Scene of the recent earth quakes adding new miseries to the al ready long list caused by typhoid fever malaria hunger anti cod Jose Donahue of Minneapolis and Henry Ripson of Cuba Mo members ofaJtang of telephone linemen con structing a line between St Paul and Stlllwatcr Minn were electrocuted M Hayashl the Japanese minister at Seoul gave a luncheon In honor 0r Miss Alice Rooseveit and her party rldllthroughAmericanbuilt elecirJc or line Th i German minister gave a dinner In the evening In honor of Miss Roqsqye- HLTI Miles trmerlysecretary of the Kansas City brancn of tne St Joseph Tontine Investment Co and W L Mites formerly general manager were arrested hiSt Louis and taken to St oncbargesofhavh n fi iiI 7 a 2 p f 7r W H Hunt formerly president of the defunct PanAmerican bank of Chi cago was sentenced to the peniten tiary and ordered by Judgo Kernsten to pay a fine of 298 The North Carolina Pine Lumber as sociation Increases tho prlco on nil grades of lumber dressed and In the maklntIsouth Rev Paul Matthews of Cincinnati was elected bishop coadjutor of the Milwaukee Episcopal diocese on tho IGlh ballot having received the necessary majority of both tho clerical and lay votes Tho band of tho Second regiment National Guard of California is to bo mustered out owing to the fact that it refused to parade on Memorial day in Sacramento because there was a non union band In line- Al Belleville III three persons were seriously injured and it Is believed that nearly 200 were mOre or less painfully hurt by the collapse ot a band stani during a carnival and street fair One of tho biggest coal operators in the Scranton Pa region declared un hesitatingly and for publication that the operators will not under any consideration grant tho demand of the mine workers for an eighthour tIny and that they propose to agree only that tho present agreement shall be continued Paddy Huitt and J B Blackburn both whim men aged about 35 years iron workers on the now railroad terminal station In Washington were kill ed while walking on the track by be- Ing struck by an engine The plant of the Anchor Silver Pate Co St Paul was totally destroyed by fire The loss is estimated at 150000 Whllo waiting to meet his wife at the C3d street station of the Illinois Central railroad Chicago W P Apple yard superintendent of tim Pullman Co was run down anti killed by the locomotive drawing the on which his wife was returning from ait east ern trip Through streets crowded with white robed Koreans and llntd by the Impe rial body guard standing at present arms Miss Alice Roosevelt riding in the imperial yelow palanquin trium phanlly progressed from the railroad station In Seoul to the American lega tlon Gov Vardaman denounced the Eqult able for refusing to pay premiums on his policy He said I shall not pay this premium but rather think that I shall permit the pollcyto forfeit awl become void With sensational suddenness Presi dent ueorge M Mell r ot Carriage and Wagon Workers Union No4 who Is being tried at Chicago with 12 other union officials and members on a charge of criminal conspiracy with drew a plea of not guilty and entered a plea of guilty That 235000 has been paid by tho New York Life Insurance Co to An drew A Hamilton of Albany that no Two passengers were killed and 43 Injured by a train wreck on the South ern Pacific near Hanjev Nev The emperor of Korea for the first time during his reign lunched with foreigners first giving an audience to Miss Alice Roosevelt and Mr Adm Train American Minister Morgan escorted Miss Roosevelt to the ban quet hall where they sat together The crown and imperial princes and ether members of the party were dis tributed at small tables with mem bers of the ministry and generals of the army Archbishop John J Glennonhead of tho Catholic archdiocese of St Louis who has been abroad for two months returned bringing with him plans for the erection of a 1000000 cathedral Tho Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at their annual communion had under consideration the question of the liquor traffic as being n bar to membership In the organization The report which was read by Representa tivc Goudy and later approved by the body in session decides in brief that no one can remain amember of a lodge who Is engaged In the liquor business In any way unless he was a member and so engaged and has been continu ally since the first ruling was made at the 1S95 convention at Atlantic City Gen Merteza Khal Persian minister to the United States and Mexico has arrived at Mexico City Ho speaks fa vorable of the prospect for a perma nent exposition of Mexican and Amer lean goods In Teheran- A Conference of representatives of the Armenians and Tartars under ihc presidency of Prince Louis Napoleon governor general of the Caucasus hast just been concluded during which the prinpical conditions of an entente were agreed upon It Is learned from unquestionable thority that Attorney General Moody will resign from the cabinet next spring and that Secretary of the Navy Charles J Bonaparte will then fw transferred to the department of justice ns attorney general The proposed amendment to the Odd Follows constitution to exclude tromI jthc order all persons who ire engaged In the liquor traffic was tabled by the grand lodge Fusion between the democrats and populists of Nebraska was effected by the nomination by both state conven Lions of an Identical ticket An extra work train on the Cairo di vision of the Big Four railroad ran Iritp the rear end of an extra freight train at Swango Hill five miles south of Paris Four men were Injured one fatally The strike of the chain machine miners In the Chicago and Alton sub districts 111 In which 1800 miners were effected was broken when Dive mon miners 300 In number voted to return to work judge Eason announced that he would not be ablo to ftlVe bin decision- l the Taggart divorce case until Sat urday September 30 The International Peace Congress telegraphedcongratulations to King Oscar of Sweden and to the members ot the Norwegian cabinet on the pa clflc solution of the difficulties between Sweden and Norway Gen Gales P Thrushton of Nash vllle Tenn was unanimously elected president of the Army of the Cumber land In annual reunion at Chattanooga Former Lieut Gov OMeara was dangerously assaulted by a stranger armed with a knife and a pistol on the lawn of his residence at St Louis OMeara escaped with several bad knife wounds Prince Yl the emperors cousin act ed as hopt at an open air garden partI gIVen at the old east palace Seoul KO- rea In honor of Miss Alice Roosevelt All of the bfficlals of note of Korea were present Charles Wesbafer of Cleveland 0 jumped overboard from the steamer Prinz Oskar at Palermo Sicily andI was drowned Indications are that he was demented Seven members of the Japanese peace embassy salted from Seattle Wash t r home n the stamer Da kota iJi fi i = t V hfl Jfi 0 Yellow fever report on the 24 New cases 24 total to date 2831 deaths 2 total 367 new foci 8 under treat ment 288 John Walworth postmaster at Nat chez Miss for the past four years and formerly collector of customs for the Pearl river district died of yellow re ver He was the only son of Maj Douglas Walworth former editor of the Natchez Democrat- Friends of George E Lorenz of To ledo now serving a sentence in the Moumlsvllle W Va penitentiary for complicity with A W Machen and otM ers In an attempt to defraud tho government In the postal scandal cases will make application to President Roosevelt for a pardon for him Tile report of the commissioner ot pensions for the fiscal year endingS July last shows that during there were 46985 allowances under the old ago disability order of March 15 Conway Ark Frank Brown a negro was taken from jail to the outskirts of the town and hanged by a mob The negro was held for assault ing a Mrs Lawrence killing her six yearold and stabbing her baby daugh terProsecution of tho railroads for violation of the Elklns law relating to re boles will follow the conviction of the four officials of Schwarzschlld 4 Sub berger for conspiring to receive re bates In the conduct of the packing one desecrated the escutcheon of the American consulate at Cienfue gos Cuba An Investigation of the matter Is being rigorously conducted State Health Officer Tabor of Texas has declared a quarantine against all cuban ports effective at once be Tause of the prevalence of socalled dengue fever at Havana and In oth er parts of tho island After a weeks duration tho strike of the union printers at Albany N Y for an eighthour day has ended with the yielding of all the employing prin tore All have now signed the agree ment which takes effect January 190C Rufus Blnyon a negro was hanged at Ardmore 1 T for the murder of his eightyearold stepdaughter five years ago- Motor car NO2 reraived Its official test isy the Union Pacific fdllroad mak- Ing a trip of 62 miles during the course of which It reached a maximum speed of 632 miles an hour Miss Alice Roosevelt and ladles of her party attended a womens luncheon at the palace in Seoul Korea Oin the emperors consort who was hostess proposed a toast to Miss Roose yelL J Plerpont Morgan Is practically In control of the Cincinnati Hamilton payton railroad The national council of Retail Coal Association and the National Anthra cite Merchants association In joint meeting at Buffalo voted to oppose the EschTownsend bill Charges of fraud misapplication of tmst funds and attempts to transfer assets to another concern are made In a suit for receiver and accounting filed present and former officials of the Western Life Indemnity Co an assessment Insurance association of ChicagoThe inotorman was killed and 15 passengers injured in a collision on the the Hudson Albany Electric railway at Nassau N Y when a passenger train ran into a milk car Because of their professed admira tion for the naval record of Rr Adm Francis T Bowles U SoN retired robbers returned to the admiral prop ertythey had taken from his home Baron Rosen the German minister to Morocco and U Revoll French rep resentative who have been in charso of the negotiations in regard to the coming conference on Moroccan affaIrS made an announcement that they havo reached an agreement on all the principal points in which they have been conferenceWm negro suspected of baying committed half a dozen murders in as many different states has broken down when In a sweat box by the BIrmingham Ala police and con fessed to two of the murders Yin Tchang the Chinese minister at Berlin has been recalled and will be appointed to a command In the army under Gen Yuan Shi Kal viceroy of Pechili Two prisoners in the calaboose at Rising Sun Ind took advantage of Sheriff Harry Rumps absence and with the aid of a poker dug their way thrpugtrthe jails twpfoot wallto lib erty I Moses Lovern a negro was taken from the city jail at Williamson W Va by a mob and carried across the Tug river into Kentucky For almost half an hour the frenzied gang beat the helpless negro with clubs Ho was returned to jail but will die VTho latest telegrams received at Havana indicate that the presidential elections have resulted In a complete victory for the government throughout tho island Col Cornelius T Westbrook one of the best known Grand Army veterans- In New York state died at the Middle town State hospital where he was taken several years ago Audobon Boy equaled the worlds record for pacing held by Star Point er at the Readvllle trotting park trav eling an exhibition mile in 15914 The charred remains of Lula Wise a negro woman and her four children were found in the smoking ruins of her home near Jacksonville Fla which was burned There is evidence of foul play Ten members of tho LouisvIlle base ball team who were hurt in a street car accident in Kansas City August 11 brought suit against the Metropolitan Street Railway Co of that city for damages aggregating 53000 Col W F Cody s Buffalo Bill wild west show is quarantined in France end all of the show horses many of them worth over 1000 each have been shot under official orders on account of glanders It Is authoritatively stated that the Russian government proposes to ad dress the foreign powers wits a view to the holding of a second peace con ference at The Hague Two men were killed and a third dangerously wounded at Okley a small town near Anadarro Okla The wound ed Is a onearmed man named Roane GonzalesMidshipman Harry G Knox of Greenville 0 has been appointed com mander of the midshipman brigade of the naval academy for the coming acp demle year Ellis Yarnell one of the founders of th3 Union League of Philadelphia died there suddenly lie was 87 years old Only two of the founders of the Union League are now living Former Judge W J Calhoun of Chicago special commissioner of the Unit ed States in Venezuela and his secre tory were received tLoft TeqiKs by PresIdent Castro f Wf 3 ii c tt THE ANNUAL MESSAGE The President is Devoting Considerable Time To It Important Topics Are Federal Regula tion of Insurance Relations With Venezuela and Americas In terests In San Domingo Oyster Bay L I Sept 2iThepresident is devoting considerable time each day now to work on his annual message to congress For Bonio time ho has been assembling data for the message but since the adjournment of the peace conference he baa been writ ling the data Into definite form The message will not be completed until some time early In November because each member of cabinet will have to supply material for discussion of the work of his department This infer mation will be contained In the annual teports of tho cabinet officers which have not been completed Three topics highly Important at this time to the American people will be discussed by the president In his message They are federal regulations and supervision of life Insurance the relations between this country and Venezuela and Americas Interest in the fiscal affairs of the government of Santo Domingo Other Important subjects naturally will be considered among them the scandals disclosed In the departments of agriculture and the Interior the work of the department of justice In the beef trust cases the regulation of railroad freight rates the progress made In the construction of the Panama canal and the conclusion of peace between Russia and Japan BIG FIRE IN BUTTE Loss Estimated at 1000000 In the Heart of the Business District Unite Mont Sept 25Fire caus lug a loss estimated at one million dol lars consumed the entire business por tion of Butte lying between the Sho dalr block and Henshaw alley on tho south side of West Park street and partially destroyed the public library The fire call was turned In at 840 At noon the fourstory Symons store was a mass of flames and the public library and qther places were burning simultaneously At 1 oclock Mayor MacGlnniss announced the fire under of the1 losses follow Blocks totally destroyed Maule York Bar rett Woodworth Ogden The follow ing are among the estimated losses Symonds store Mauo and York blocks owned by the New York Really Co 600000 library building 70000 Walkover Shoo Co J16000 Ogden block total loss Atlantic fia loon JIOOOO BOMB EXPLOSION Four Minor Chinese Officials Klllrd and Over 20 Others Wounded Peking Sept 25At the Peking railway station Sunday as a train carrying one of the four missions or dered abroad to study foreign political methods was leaving a bomb was exploded Inside a private car killing four minor officials and wounding over 20 other persons The wounded Include PrlBce Tsal Tsche who heads the most important missions and Wu Ting Fang former minister to the United States both of whom received slight Injuries The perpetrator of the outrage who was In the car was blown to pieces The affair has created a profound sensation and causes apprehension re- gardIng the safety of members of the court and leading officials of tho gov ernmentTho offices and tho rail ways are now strongly guarded BANKERS CONVENTION Extensive Preparations Being Made FOP Their Entertainment Washington Sept 25Government officials ire cooperaUng with the local committee in arranging for the annual convention of the American Bankers association October 1013 An execu tive committee composed of prominent Washington bankers has been busy for several weeks preparing au elaborate program for the entertain meat of the visitors John Jay Edson president of the Washington Loan and Trust Co and chairman of the execu tive committee says reports Indicate that fully 4000 bankers will bo here and that preparations are being made to entertain all that come If they should exceed that numberof Strength Tests Annapolis Md Sept 25General strength tests which have been applied by the medical authorities of the na val academy to tho 230 new midship men shows that Charles F Chambers of Steubenville 0 ia the strongest member of the class his total strength being represented by 1106 kilos Lee Carey of Snow Hill Md is second with 1054 kilos Both are members of the football squad Western League Championship Omuba Neb Sept 2STha Western League baseball season closed with two games each at Omaha Sioux City and Des Moines The championship went to the Des Moines club which has had a safe lead for two months Buried With Military Honors Richmond Va Sept 2SThe body of exGar Charles T OFarrell was committed lthe earth with full military honors The funeral escort con slated of seven state guard organiza tions Riot In a Synagogue Chicago Sept 25The police were called to quell a riot in the Russian synagogue Clinton and Judd streets where Adolph Kraus was addressing a Jewish meeting Several persons re ceived slight wounds and ten men and women were arrested Courthouse Destroyed New Madrid Mo Sept 25The courthouse here was burned The fIre Is thought to have been Incendiary Many taxes and drainage records were destroyed but the other records yeN sayed Released 01 Ball Plymouth Mass Sept 25Flen Plympton the actor who was arrested Thursday on a charge of assault with intent to kill on Capt George Martin and has been confined In Plymouth jail since his arrest was released on 5000 bail Dr James R Chadwick Found Dead West Ossipee N H Sept SDrJames R Chadwick of Boston a lecturer at Harvard college was found dead 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does nothwe Judge Alton B Parker a Jpiilille nptilogy Tiro IJresi lentV- Jjuick fenpc of fquaroncsu must OcerUinly be much troubled by th that at the very moment l txiliv mer when lie was hotly eTitlnt Judge Purkcra clmrge S squeezing of corpor im hevthe committee charged with forw rding his canvass was accept Ingnjpney abstracted from a fund for tlie viJovH and orphans using it ti prnuino bis i leclion ProUably Judge Pnrkcr oV the lime nevcr the case was quite vTnsiflafcrjtnt us it is now known bprihglleld Mass Rfjiubllcan i CdRRESPONDENCE V Upper Prickly Ash xAVmS Cnrr of uenr Mt Sler Jinptvieitcd relatives here fio past vf Almnnza Siorionnd wifu visited reUilyiiJri Fleiuingcuiunty first of h week sp cnr Chandler and wife ofBald r iTndfnmily Sunday RL Stone nnd wife vioiled the frtrmerXparentP John T Stone v nd wife near Cnrlisle from Fri Moorotf Forry O P Shruut and wife nttended the Fafr at Lexington lust week G ViShront of Bait Weil was lirire Saturday aiid Sui day on bui yuess Tliopjan Staele and furoily of Flat jCJr H vUlteil horo Saturday and GSor Flood of VenhilHon cohn tyvlllwafc called to tho beilulde o his itlier J C Flood who is very rUve inter Hi died Monday 9 Stopstorio Onr people will all finish housing tbbaccollji8 week v Miji Gulley look m tiio big meet Jft8 A Tiirley ofChelmnseill wn8 visiting ruiutivoa and friends lidre IdSt week v rSli8 Stelfat Jones viHited her frieijd Misrf Mnggio Jones ut OdeMai last week r r jMrg iarj Keith of ItSterliig C ppeaflast With famlie Jiif A VV b hwUew and A J Mas iPayne and fiiwlfy spent y ami Siindiiy w ilie fTf S s l irif to1 Lexihgtoh hospital pome You cXB bet w6 are jy i ped ruaning aii- g 0 f finer onuro Ayjn JJelwig went 6 Mpreliead TSonelay to eell a load or two of j5ra IJopa fid wiVluccled get AsuBiberof ourpeople took inBiii1 v i r anil all agree that Hf ahce V Breedngv6f Dlntpri W f yHlnrnvedlSundBy to rouj P his wVth bis brother JBtBreed gsj Bg Hewr I openfup bUcKamlth si Fhppi afe If V J M stputnhd family left for KofHCiit Okng City Vn Suturdiiy family for some ingBlp ftMW nnd i will not bc jany w ek8 until prejcjiirig will fe rd h Jt Hope they will not Miss SB4io S toiU wen t t6 Sal t She wilT retiirh ajid ogii that Roe JapkWfin bought te ijttite a I jare f Okia MISH Myrtle Liked is very pooily Crnln wnRa guest of his Viiiiini J W ruin Sunday Several fr m1 this vicinity nU leniled the Lexington KaJr lat Laviida sum laughter of Nuam an Siiutidfrs la very poorly with lijilitjicrlu Kiliri little dnujjhur of Giorg vJiilagpie IIIIK cliplHliyria aliij is iiiirex peeled l livo j Mrs AniiaiGoSButt Is vifiting in Vincliehtir v A meeting will brgin ui Sptlngfieid Oct Sib s V S Smatlturs and U G Flem ing luft Saturday for Oklahoma Mrfj Joan Chaey and on Joo vi iioil in Wiiuhc tcr tiovcrul d ys last wctk Dow Davis and wife attended the concert at Owingsville Monday ni ht ofliiKt week Aunt Mnry Owingc tlie oldest member of Springfield Jliurcii wan buried at that placoSiturdi liiorn inu A lar o gatlmrinu of friends Hittcnded Iho burial Ed Taylor and wife Mr Katie B yd Mrn Lucy Sniathon Mise Tear Flemiiv Anna Brnnntgan Lulie Sinullierti Mnltiu Lee and Ienrl Taylor Misf r Burl and Raymond Sinn tilers nnd JoeChtmey uttcinied the Stutc Fair at Lexing ton Thursday Odessa Mrs Martha K Jonefi of Owlngi villu vw urcglad to nay lias recov ered from her KiLksiellaud has been visiting her daughter MTK I Ji JJur noil for tht past wcok- hliiy 8ti t 22 all of tliu cbihtx on with onu exception HfiVtiml- Kraodcliildrcn and relatives ittnul dAuutSalliuDariinirs lilrlbday xlituier us lias been thnlr eiistinn fur Koveral yours A snniptoous dinner WUH served anil all xnjoyod tio day The old lady WIIH as hearty and jovial iiH any in tho crowd anil ate as hearty und longer than some others1 tiieru Sho was 02 years old that day and just completed cutting and piecing tier fiftupotb iuilt for tliit year Two of the quilt had lSJSO pieces each fn the few years hliico HJO re tired from Jiuiisuwnrk nbc has cut and pieced 15J quilts JSI fur her children Gft for her graiulchlldrcu 81 for her treat grandchlidrcn and 40 for other relatives and friends J ho coiisidernliou of all tlijs work was tbo privilegd of doing it Quito a crowd from hero nttended the LtucitiKtuh Pair last A thty rediriiHl and when getting oiT tliH tniiu at Preston tbo train Ktart d before y all Kotxoll Mis tAuniq IJailcy and Lucy Vaiilandinir bain of near here vere both on thf stuns when tlie train started Miss Bully was thrown Under tlie car wheels and bur left foot wai cut off also a plco was cut out of tlie right liuib Miss Vanlundriigbam Iii WUH one step behind lii r WIIK tlirnwn under the side of tbo car sptiu dis rancnfrom Miss Bailey Shewasin wurdly hurt tiil hiida ribs fractured She wa taken bomeiit once ntul Is In u bad condition Jliss Balti y Svas luktn to u Loxington Hospital by Dr Jin s who wan wilh tho At Lexington the limb was takon otfi bolow tlio knoo Tliu foot was found1 some jweiity Or feet from wliero ho uccidcnt occurred Salt Lick Mrs Gio Mnza is quite sick Mis Mary 01ivcrof MtSterling isit i friends liure lat t we MiBd Alice Coldwell ot Sharps urg is visiting Miea Walter Hay TO nettle cbildf prJWeilsliied Sept 2 was buried utllcdricks graveyard Cliarlie Foushee of Purkfirsburg MisSxWaltcrMuy Ritiiff niei taincd Jnfioifir pi Miss Culdwcli of Sharpsburg r r Atthii writing tcntBvnro being Mrs PriinkHvrielry und diiug let Stella of West Virglriin ciiine Ifriday to visit homo folks Addle vjColclwell children arid Mrs Martba Snoiigrass have returned from u stay of eeVeral tuuntlie in PennsylvaniaVand Vest Virginia The8trcetfujr to bo a gtLfcut oneiuWmbcrof ieadihg at tractfe ns having arrived The nrp motera are working hard to bavc evary thing 0 K Died Sept 22 of raerabrnneoua croup tho littlo son of air Temple anrlAvifb The body was taken to Lexington SOT IntermeiitVJ Tlie to the bereaved parents who have only been Jjero a short Jtime Mr Temple being the Cd 6ogent at this place jflllsborof F OBrien nndvViro lefK Friday to attend thoLcxingtotiFuir John M Dcnton and wifo lef t Thursday to attend the Lexington Fair John Wdtonwifo and two diuigh tors returned liomu Friday from a visit to Marian Ind Mrs Jfljtnio Qvcrley artd sori To ner of Lexington caincMjjndayof lust week tp visit her npther Mrs S Edwards ACtcr viHlting relatiViB hero or several WpcTte Meln nhyrkins and wlfp loft for their new home ut Nashville Tcnn Misrf SenaPollitt after visiting fer mQthorJMrs George Gardiner for so vcriirrceks returned to her iome at Oruhgeburg Saturday iVIr Editor I sanction your views n regard to returning to the old uBuioned method of votinp by word of iBbulljj Tljc voter thnt lias not thehiiinHpod to go boldly juifl aiid y te his sentiments s not worrtiy ppf bejng jaljed un The Clark pale hero Thursday was well attended and property brought good priccj Tliu holt and lot adjoining were void to Mrs A B Snundcrs for lVOO llieliv cry Ptnhle and lol to Jolm A Clark for riO n j acre lot to JiM Hurley for 105 45 neres of land to C G Lytloforifil per acre pospcp lon to In givon Drc The csUto will amount to 0500 Olympia Will Williamsons cbiMrcn vho had pneumonia aru better George SwarlH and wife visited lri n lH at Salt Lick Siindiy- Willio SbultK returned home from West Vir ini Tuestluy Miss Sudit Slinhz of Spencer vicited relutivcH here lust week T Hurry and wifo visited rela tives in Lewis county last week John L Jackson and wife at tended the Fair ut Lekington Fri day ClelfCoylu nnd wife of lloof Run wero guests of J I Copher Sunday Miss Myrtle Harry vent to Farm ers to visit her sibtcr Mrs Hamil on Sunda3 Miss Anna Turner of Silt Lick visited her motlar here Saturdu and Sunday Mrs Dr Clark nhd little duttuh ter Niiooia vlt itcd friends ut Win chester last weeki Miss Jennie McGIothin hf Mt Sterlir r is visiting her father Clmrles McGIothin Charliu Fowler and wifn vinited Will Ingram nt Mooros FerrySut tirday und Sunday The infant of Horry Daniel and wife of Ml Sterling was brought litre Sunday und buried Porter Case wifoand Mrs Delia Jnckeon wero guot of Mrs Callie Jacknin ut OwingsvillCi Sundiiy larcnco Turner and Jninetf Montjoy who hud been in Went Virginia at work for some timerc turned homo Tuesday Mrs Delia Jackson who had beerfvisiiinsi her fulbsr Mr Mizi a Kcnovn WVa for three months returned homo Friday Mies Elllo Swarts attended tlu State Fair ut Lexington Friday mid paid a visit to tint Midway school where tilio was educated Stoops Fall pasiirage promises to be Born Sept 24 to Clcll Foley and ife a daughter Si rile burns of tobacco are ul lUiBt ready to strip aiiss Kdniv Warren of Judy is visiting friends here J F Groom d and family arcvi iting relatives in Rowun couiiiy- S F Deal wife and 5is Anna May Goodan are visitingin Flem ibg county i Henry C Fickiin was the guesT of relatives rieur Camargo Saturday nd Sunclay OJ S Thomas and wife visited tlie foraierd father in Clark ci un tyi Stiurduy und runday- BrSijus Bros lluo il yearold goldiiig Red brought home i blue ribbon from the State Fair Oneof our young widowers Is castinjj cateye glnnctfb towards Lexington Look ont for a wed dirjgeoon T Thom the Sinklirille precinct is tho Independent can didate for Magistrate against John CTriiribIe Ojir Jfarrnerfr are making rapid progress cuttlngcorn a nd sowing grain Souie tobacco yet remains to bo housed Graft has beeri Vdiscovered in another big insurance company Well what ia it that hrfant got some graft i vH- A large number from this neiglv borhood attended the State Fair Tfie fair waa surely worthy of at tendanco and is highly commended Vy We presumo thai K n Uiiiiy is nearly old enough to stand alone and Lexington being nearer the geographical ccntoi should bo made tho pcrniHnen Jjome of tho StatiB Fnir In a fen years tins fair would rank secant to n6no in tho courttry- vBethol Sudie daughter of J D Dickene lias scarlet fever D b Evanb and C M Rutlifl are on the sick list W L Day left Saturday to rish his mother at Hazel Green- S P Biiinii off Carlisle wns v isitor nt CyArruBinUhs Sunday Charles Wilson and wife visited ihoiriduugluer Mrs Lauer at Lex ington this week A goodly nurflberof our furraers cutliiig tobacco and corn cutting begun CJinrleo Reid and wife of Crooks friends In and near Bethel u tu rrtay n hd Sund ay Oscnr Bnird of Paris came up Satifrdny and spent u few days with Mrs Cy Arrasmith ifndw P Bnird r9 Slisan Unzolripg spentTrora Monday until Wednesday with her daughter Mrs A E Trarabo at Carlisle We understand tliat Elmer Bcrry ias sold the lOQncro fnrrn that he bought off of the Jiihn Ualls farm j to ii Rowan county man at7Q per noro Jhe following attended the State Talr at Lexington luil week Jlrsi S AV Emraons M rs G It Donald yin T S Robertson and wife A R- tobcrteon innd wjfo Mrs T L Peters Put Hickey Will Hender D Roberts WhL Day and J iCaytvbodr CrooUs Will Nixon was ut Salt Lick Fii duy on business JilF Davis and wife visited tola lives on WhiteOak Sunday The Ladies AidSiciety met with Mrs S V Jnlinfcon Wednesday Mrs Juno Jfjekson moved trrlicl con PriueX on peeled Ouk iusjj week Mrs Will LcntiMcr und little niece visited Mrs J Or Hall at Olympiii lust week Sirs Henry Johnson and Mrs Jess Parks visited Mrs J E Wil Hums in Owin sville Thursday Mrs Wultcr Bailey and Miss Slitlio Builcyof White Oak visit ed relatives here Saturday und Sunday Mrs Cole Jackson nnd Mrs John L Jackson of Olyuipiu visited the family of oe Williams puo day last week Mr Spahling of Montgomery county and Mr Kslec of Eutill county wero hero last week look ing for u sinull farm to buy A sad accident occurred here Friday niglit when the 1005 pas senger train arrived Miss Anna Biiilcy of Odessa attempted to gel oir of the train when it Blurted und threw bur under the wheels cutting oir her left foot Another 3oung lady was considerably bruis ed up but not serioiiHly Mini Bailey WUH carried to Will Nikons residence and oared for by three physicians Shb was taken to Lex inglonSaturduy morning liy Dr W Jones und wifeof Odes The accident is said t have been due to tha carelessness of tho trainmen Grange City A L Havens remains quite ill RutlilT Bros bought ten hogs of James Fawns at SB per Ib DfCd Tliiifsduy ittlo diiugliter of Robert Mcivce and wife of near here Elder Cochran of Lexington will preach hereSunday morning and nigh Miss KmraiiColliver wentSunday for n weeks visit to rolutives at Salt Lick- sRev J L West prcichpd here Siiiidur morning IK wars welcom ed back on this circuit T U Ralinr wife und son Rig don visited Miku Rfjjilun und fum ilyviieur lemingsjtjirffi Sunday LG Rigdoniind wife visited the hitters sister Mjrs Georgia Riddle fri Bath county Siiturday and Sun day C C Johnson wife and FOII AVuyheoT Salt LinSi weru guests ofNewton Johnson SiilUfdny imd Sunday iMr Mnrmli EJetbjJ i JJpndaj fternoon for a t friends ami relatives at CincTiuiati Lovelunil 0 and other points J MNewmnn atidwife B II Rico uiid ife Sduyy K till und hurley I liuuipsnh vattindtd illfc State Fair ut Lexington liiKl week Miss Jennie Mnrkwill did at her h6inuxiirar K re lifduy of- cpnVuuiption She WIB n good girl nnd hinl many friends Interinrnl Sunday in iho Falrviev itiryin ground Mrs Mariori Wjlteroy and pnn Charley hn e rcturiifil bonm 10 Uicuuond Va They were aecoin punted tho fonners niec Miss LelluWilieroywhu wjllviiit friends and relatives for saveral weeks r Sharosburg Beautiful full wci thcr- A G Sprutt was in Mt Sterling SatutduyiT Several of our farmers1 arc done housing tobacco Miss Birdie Berry was in Mt Sierling Siturdwy John English f Sit Ssterling was here Saturday Miss Alice Caldwell Wont to Salt Lick Saturdny to visit friends John Amold and eon Dudley ut tended the Lexington Fair Friday John D RicUurt who ia making his home witlr W II Tripfelt is sick TF Triplett of Mt Sterling visited Ins brother Y II Triplett Friday B T AVlialey of Shelby vlle Ind visited relatives hero Wed nesdayl f Robert L Myers sold his farm of GO acres to T II Thompson ot50 per acre Brack Gay of Clark countywas a guest of AG RnllitF Saturday and Sunday Ms Sarah Triplett and Mrs S E Orcar ot Jit Sterling are here with relatives JQdge J B BcnrcU of Greenup our Congressmanelect paid our town a ehprt call Thursday B T Wright wifo and MissFan- hie Peck nttended the Lexington Fair Wednesday and Thursday Irs John R Tripiett and MraS- T Howard frotn- a weekVfltay at theLoxingtonFairr Rev J T J Fizer was rf turned hero by the Mvthodist Gonfcrenco for another year He preached his Orst sermon Sunday Miss Bortlo Donaldson is at tho bedside of her brother Espy in Louisville Ha was operated on for npnendicitisjust Week VP R Berry sold his farm of 98 acresto Mr Coburn at 75 per acre He gives possession of the wliqut land in time to seed the re 1 0 1 DENTIST Over OutlooltQfllcp and Owiussvillo Bunking Companys Building OWISJSVILLE KYv v Upper Flat Creole Rev K O Guerrantof Wilmore visited relatives here hist week panics Shannon of Chicago is u guest of Ins cousin Mrs Quitui- Miis Kittle Murray is visiting her cousin Miss Julio Glover in Mt Sterling Mrs Ed Glover nnc1 daughter Mary visited Alex Flood and wife ul 1olksvilltr Itiet week Mrs Jihn Gillonof Owing viHe visited W C Glovor and family from Satttrdxy until Moniliiy Tlios Knrrick wifegranddaugh ter Lena Goodpastcr und MrnUnr los Goodpneter of Suit Well were guests of J II Jnrtor und family Saturday and Sunday Died Thursday evening Sept21 05 Mrs Mnfy Keleo Owingc at into home of her daughter Mrs Grit Lane Miss Mary Kclso wn born Hi Hurrisoii county Oct 1C 1813 RO hud she lived a few more weekp would have reached the ago of 02 She wos married to Rczin Owings in 1835 and of seven children born to them four survive Mrs J R BlaydeP of Hoi Springs Ark Joshua ot Montgomery county ThoR C and Mrs Crit O Lane of Bnth county She wns u menibcr of the Presbyterian church Her funeral wiis preiiphcd atSpringfield Church by Rev E O Gucrrant Saturday morning at ten oclock interment being made inSpringfleld burying ground Mrs Owings was cr nflned to her bed nineteen months before her death but was never heard to murmur She was rin ex Celleitt woman in every respect T know her was t love lier nnd no one ever spoke of her b lit to prnUn her She was always thoughtful and careful of others comfort and will be gTeatly inlssod How Fad is death At all timrs it cruslies the heart PO torn nnd blooding but surely for her the nighttimo of earth was the dawning of a glorious morning Tho words or Ihe jjreiit Apostle are peculiarly appropriate e is gain All that is left us is memory W are better for know ing lier the woild better for her being in it A beautiful soiil hap gone to rest Safe in tic arms of JOPUP Peace to the doudsympu thy to the living A Story In Fivo Chapters Cmrier Journal Addrrcsing a crowd at tho rrtil w y station nt Alrridcn Conn on November 3 1004 Judge Alton1 B PiirkerDemocrii tic candidate for President said Of late we havi liiid pfrecnlpd to our attention a question of fir miiru impurtance than any isiMie trei ntcd by our national platform i qlePlion that wn not under fitooil at thetiiilc and that the p rty ciiuhl not cniitemplniP That is the question vliethir it in pneaihlc W Interests in tfiis country to eontro j the eicctiiins xvitli money With the trusts of tLiscoirntry united Tor the purpose of raiding a fiind thut wami In be large pnoiigb to control the elrction it became your duty and m in ewithoilt itgun tu niiy ohtr duty in this canyis to fettle the rjueptioij i nte for all wliithpr money r manhood stif rii c houd control V niit thf sage o battle which ilicy ihnw down und from oiie ciul pf fh rountjy tp the iithiT men ire ftayin to cither whiil you iindNlur saying vTIis country slialj not pass W to thotiunds of the trust W havo had a very remarkable situation presented After the rec ommendation fix or eight wcekf ago thut action phouhl be taken to ward curbinsr the trusts thVRepub Mean party pnss d n Rtattitc to that end but if we erumine jhisPtatule idnsplj we find that it authorizes the President to appoint a Cabinet oflicer to invt tigate the trust The infiinnation ho receives may be given to tiie people or kept private aa the LreEidcnt may direct The man h put at the head of tlia bureau was his private Becro tary After this campaign openci he became Chairman of the Repub lican National Committee and whatever informatton l e had if he had any such was perfectly woli Understood by theheads of the or ganizntJoiiB They know what FC crets they hnd that they did not care to have made public1 II- In a speech at Hartford Conn on the saroe dale Judge Parker said VTliD statute creating theDepHrt nient of Labor nnd Commerce wan passed and tin appropriation of half a million was made The grenter of the moneys appropriated lie idle in the public Treasury but the legislation served its purpose Born us it was of a union be tween the trusts and tho Republi can party the parallel in legislation in scandalous features does not exist in our statute books today It puts Into the hands df the President and of the Republican party the means of continuing its oh the reins of Gpvtrnnicint without limit ns to time through the poeseesion of secrets ftf trusts which under the terms pf the leg ishitinn itself he may or may not make public or private as he di rtrtsWe know full well how oppor tunity for the use of that legisla tion has been availed of in thi8 campaign No statute could have been better devised for tho success ful financing of he presen elec tion of tho candidate of tbeRcpub lloni party or for its indefinite per petuation in pawerl- In the promotion of our busi neBs interests xve need aDeparlment of Corauierco and Labor Tlio problems involved nre many and dilHculties hnvo to ba overcome at everyturn so that all thejngenuity and honesty of our people will bu required to obtain the host results in the shortest time and vitU the eict waste of ir rt But we ilonol wun a Depart ment of Commerce mid Labor whose JieerVtny Phi go out from is every four yeiirp alter he huil tllltd hi rain utid his n i lnn k viih tin fVcrcls of nil thejjriut eorporiitiouf n nd ct nbiniion whiih ilepent upon ibe Government for liiisiness ir fiivors in order hot to perve tin piiipN ljut to mice hioiiiy ti cor rupt them k We do not ii d mid ought not to linvo a modern inquisitor who exploits corporations to collect money for corrupting the franchise or cleclinsi pliant legislator or capturing thcciectorul vote of piv otal States in The President ot tlint time a candidate before the pcoplcundcr look to refute the charges tnndc by his Dptiiowraiic opponent On No vcmber 100J he issued a dramiit ic proclamation in nliicii bo said Mr Parkers assertion is in ef feet thatsuci contributions have been made for improper motives either in consequence f threats or in conBefiuencttof improper prom isc direct or indirect oh the pirt of thu recipients Mr Parker IIIOWB best whcllier this is truo of tho contributions to hifl campaign filial which have came through hi iTiisted friends and iidviscfrt who represent the great corporate inter ests that stand behind him But there ia n rt one particle of truth in the Rtatcment as regards anything that as gone in the management of the Republican campaign MrParkcrs nccusationR against Mr Corlelyoii nnd mo are rooii mroiin If true they would brand both of usf reer with infamy umi jnnKiiulcIi ns tlicynro fule heavy must be the condemnation of llie man making tliein I cboso Sir Oortclyou as chiiirman of the Na lional Committee after haying fuil itl Riirro eivvly to poreuade Mr Kliliu Root Mr W Murray Crane ntid Mr CnrncjiusN Blis to nc wpltlio position chose him with extreme reiinslmipilii1eniup I viiyld ill Puare biin from lie C bin t Tho assertion llml MrCortel you bull any knowledge guiiicd while in any olllcial position wlierur by be vagJVii l l d 10 mVurc and did securwant citnlrioutions from uny corporation is u falsehood The ass iion that there lihd been liny iiluckmail direct tr indirect by Jlr Cortelyou oj liy mo is faUrhood Tliu ospcrtrrtn Vliattlierp has liven made in my behalf and by iiy ajithority by 5Ir Corlulyou or by nnydne el e any pledge or prom ise or tlint tli re has been iri tin diTStunding us to future inimuhi ties or beriVlUs in recognition of nnv contribution from any suiiroe lywickeil fal plionil Pnrkcr siuuild desire to nvoid thi iliscussinn of prinriplis I mi wfll understand but if i l ut tlrivlMire trui li siy tiuit hc hu not attacked us on uiiy uijittcVof principle or upon nny acliwti of tin tjoverii niint PUV after lirxt mis stiling tlint prifHiplo or that action But c nn it unilerstiinil howanv honorable tnmt n camlidnie for the illglust olliire in tile gift of llHpoo pic can take refuse not merVly in persrniilticH but in siidi biijiu utxil iinworthy pursonnMles 1V I t wpelr ten iiiohhsafJorMr ISoofevelts otigiving an invest staling committee bif5 m l tic IOim inutiuniif odlcerp of th lnrp In suriincc companies of r w Yprk Ar GeorgB W Parkins vine luesi dent of the New Yiirk Life Insur unco Com pi was pluced oh thci ptiind Then let the preaa dia patches tell the rest The climax of the day came when olrIVrkinH was nskcd con cernlng an intry nf 48 702 In the ledger murkfd Ordered pnidby tho PrqsidentJ Sir Randolph Irtas Urer of the Now York LiJe who hut beefl on Xbo stand earlier in the dabftd been sharply quostKmcd an to the purport of this entry but he whs lyiuble to explain it lie thought mi one but the President could Air Perkins had been called to testify us to eomp oilier transhc and after a recese he ivns nsked to produce tho check It was madu out pnyublo to J P Mor gim Cound Mr Perkins frankly stuted it was n contribution to the Ntion l Repu1ilican Campaign Coniniitteo and bad been puid to- Cornelius N Bliss Mr Perkins said This payment was made after very careful consideration f It iiiust notbetjiinsidered anordinarj contribution to tho campaign fund It was paid because wo felt that the assets of the Nciv Yjirk Life In Biiranoo Compmiy would be jeop ardized by n Democratic suacesj Air Perkin s said contributions wero also made in 1900 and in I80U As nn illustration witness said the Irst contribution mado was in 1S96 by President McCull wliois iiDem pcrut He contributed to tlio Mp Kinley campaign fund atid voted for McKinlpy because he felt it was in tho best interest of the policy holJeru of his com puny Now docs anyone suppose that the president of tho NewYork Life would sing a lively ditty and nicr rily and voluntarily toss 4i 702 to tho birds aa a matter of inno cent amusement Does anyone imagine his ilrop ing that sum into the colFers of the RepubtrcanNntionul Commit tee last summer as a matter of glorious ultruism without thought of advantage and yet u Demo cratIIuvo not the Equitable dteclos urco detnonstrated the gaijns to be deiivcd by the higher financiers of the great corporations simply it through standing in with tho pow ers in office And is it not all a pretty little political story with n moral of its nf own and with a greater strength to confirm thu accusations of Judga Parker than to vindicate his indig nant opponent v irginia Screened 1 T r OanQ VR1TE OR TELEPHONE OLYMPIA Choice AT JYLT STERLING KY THURDAY OCT 5 lops t Selection of JO bond from the Iierdrnf A W Bapcotu wingsvjlfe Mrs E Marshall and R B Ynune Mt Ky Tlipsp are of the Wild By op kirklevfiixioiiCfuggs and oiber noted famTiJQV and arc in Rood coinlltion With each animal sold will bp glv ri certified copy of registry iO tl 5ae will be held at i oclock at V TFitzpatrid l stable SAM W KlDD Auctioneer y 5000 Transylvania ct 5 3O W4nutI 3000 HcDowell Stakes Oct 1 1 ONE OR Half Fare on All R iiroads er in the Vnfiiingtiii IM sjiyS jMvntiun hii boon iu ie nf thefaii tlnttGnv rJI tnktB his whisky straight uiid i it 8trni ihtwfit kjr he d w rcc It Iscirein iniii UiiwioJf inJLKiiqi tinGnrist inn l iitln nur whiskv miscd Jtnrgfi WiiSIiinglnii ilVonk ttii he t jitiiiMr anil hi tlicink itPtriuih and Uie titimu is lru of Andrevy 0i itne cension itifellto to go to MadfsonciiUnty lyv arI in- tervicw Gen tTassiiis JI Cl yr The old liou metme nt the nytnlaiul- gnv me nliospiuinlercce pjion He showoi iVie his barbniul hull hi piiii tires his books undhi8 veaj ona Tlun hb fetched fnrili I5filor The jlret woo 6pi bcahdy Hfty four years old itXvras insipidnnd the General only produoart it jis n dy eighteen years old and the ds of high OlKnipua nejt quniTvd It was not until the King of Day liiid yearly run his cpiirio in tlie heaveni that I mounted jny liorfee to return to Richiupnd and 1 ani nearly rondy to ythflt hatrnn dy was about the best ilquorl ever partook of There is tradition that James Buchanan kept tho bust whisky of any df the Ireaiitonts I have read the statement that ho had in his cellar utWheatland enorhiptis qu titiesof the best rye wliUky Tn tliu world when he died Jt wrus nidv and the story was tVfd jvifh thel precision und circumstantiality lhat gave it the impress of truth tliul whisky that f good whifky am such whisky as ho drunk no other intoxicating clrect on Jjunes Buchanan than u gentlo cxliilara tion There was a story that J hn Ty ler when Presidenti wiinttd in Hud out what the Democratic parly wits dtiing in tho Held of pulitics ajid with that end in view bcleclcd two guaVoncd Virginia topers to inler viow Bucliiihnii then u Scnutnr in Congress got htui drunk and in duco him to talk Tho partjeft mot at thtf Astor House in New York and shortly after midnight Tylers emissaries weroboth under the table and old Buck In full posenr ejon of all Ills faculties nnd Pre8i dent Tylers political eecrots trot ted oir to bed Thero is u story of the cellah of another Pennsylvania siatepman Sinion Cameron It is eitid there wero eoverul barrels of cherry bounce in there that had tho effect to causa any member of tho Penn sylynnia Legietnture wlr draukjof to vote for anything Gen Cam eron told him to vote for Gen Sheridan told a story of Usinnrck It v s Inte on thff day Sedan Bismarck and SliLridun lad witries ed llio battle and the victory and both puUspurs ttf flank nnd dHshed for Bieuiarks quarters lerbert IHinarck was there and v 4P Ida fiitlipr n lccl fiVrvomethin drinkk There was Jusf one lmftj f iriir i Aiiiithoti i It fill of ftiVniliiiiv THKW for Ins iState News v A loral option orj nisutlbni fdnfletl ii lit Sterling Just xvdt County Jude Hazajrlgs wilfbe oiipii iflcetioivbufor Jiiu il wets nuil lirysVaru prcnarl u hot fltjSi Ised JuBevtnil counties fir thj i fr fTRelglon revivals are befng riinhy conversions Xvltli1 tJjS e tiViii f tho Salvation Arrfjjy festlyp nQuritnlneertlocs not a to kiudlj to tie orjrilli turned Out by the ArVt yl ioftlvo mountain auac salvatl ju spKl Ursialirj Tn Iniat their rpoui is bctt r tlitin tldTj pany Last week a juryatCyatUlrtWl clileil that Miss YIiiE had boon lamagtid aW6w Irt bur l yE K Jteii ker Deuipeif tioniitieo for State Spun tp from llnrrisiti l icboluB and R berj district Sitico tliu lriiil sum utoris bjilly astliey iUuVi lit t liiliuul art circulating ji petil reqiicstiiiH bis v1tlidrjiyiff Rt 4 In voallhy Misa Wlihakur i 8clio lteacher Christmas Subscrib8rsi v Sub cribarslo tho Courie JournaTi The Weekly CoUrier fJo Phiirq1 tFu ir iflt8iiT thTs rijp lyearAvith Us si bscriliers It poses lir ive nwhy tiventy iQ- lmas presjentP TSnginsi ironi 1 aim will b Tour f100 50 f36 Ten nesitee Tt siio M j8 o ViV la und Alubani i copy iif tfie 6Y fHjr aliiying full dVpiilsv J Pent free v