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alt sporting got ds a ff specialty at E L ds A T Byrone it bDrGuses Oontundopand all approved fl an 4thetic 8for tho painless ei r iZX traction of teeth SEEbiNG rtwEDonrtbinkof trying to raise wheat wltho using iiz the Richmond Champion drill sold by Bud Brother tL I3ornSepLI8n Karlsboro O- lloRevk C W Muggravo and wife formerly of this county atdaughter Mary Ella S tg1 TeL die8 Aid Boclcty of the Presby Uriah Church will serve hot totfee and andlchelllt the CourtI hoase next Monday Ten cea lJt We retoleageats for the fa 6BOU8 Extate Oakuid Cole lint d I j8rThe RieUsBOHdChaapion wheat tilriIIh in tisflls etery neighbor h8lln the county and lias zui quaU Buy one frnfflBudBroth I erbNnthhltaadiagthe unfavnraIj h4e MftMB lap wheat thin year tl ig the RichajondChaiapioM Drill t ilesthtlnSee oiir lne of heaters und conks Wrmre UuylKg Sunrise Pine Urutre andBake well cooks and many others to select froui ELAtTliyronb Tffee Udie Aid Society if the ep ieriHChurcbrrqUtst MM HBOUBb that they will gv a Vul cT KM party on the evening qfFfb t i tlryUl108 1ltcywmulslI tetre diuRrrs every Court dy itj Mrs Elizabeth Wells removed io M jeaiibg freM theLiehifooiprop r fcrty Ii the esera suburb It is aia she wiinater go to Oklahoma JNr id vWT Warner basmhv i ed into the housfl vacated by Mrs Wells Bosert LesGoiiJpa8ter bought a Wemrilng uacolt of Ed Smoot i ifor 2 Re of Llewh1XRStuton- f f feri4oaeofFuiit Pleratt for If IIS oopuoterNlzon bought f foilr 806Hr hollers ffOIt C oIdJ Town M taIIal WF Mark went h t tTiJla and brought bek Traak Gree8oloredt wliJoI8 p WSRt 4 here on a charge or perJury r eknee are bright fpt Frauks iiueeufH yof wae spate in the f p He will JM tried at the corn lag ters ftf Circuit Court j t p r Wax SoMii FAIR PHIZES lgbw Akhiso of FIat Creek rIMXiItfl State Fair won twoI ftttt priM sad two sedosd prizes t with his orrhinrInd- IIIrOd ii two j ls ItprIHliilkroltl jf 1ia8 p bus t Ie rd tM y 4 rs h1ew1fl4aeI4 1EIlaa sad cOhIo PI jr i itJ Cft sriG1s1tis irc J tfflJJbl1 is the rtJry r CIty J l lIn NI thP i lell tbatwai I strikeeveraI dI thi t Uf f riIK Mete iA j aa jau Talbott 1e Cie espiultHi jV iMjtfciti MO r f tioiiTlkw peetiiig sad if theoutlaok f 341h it will iMur a Idt riMS fJ 8 uid begin drilling tken The wt w11tmth Rt4IRfar oa ttayti Icmitjilrii jsrgqI4IistIMe 4 i t asiiIfim11ies U hs r iihgh IIt= t 4 1 J Jiijln M I tinift t i r k1li rEeI1Invitioas sad all sort S tbsb ss isu oa the beet wats Mer t Cepp OH t Mlrte t by any Jli8it to riliTer us do your s iAlI dodniII a ty e Mrtbfi sernkyjeb oWe e gelIiWtJdlkMui F 4 i1 pj i 3 cj t ib rrkr 9 JSJ IJ4 zi d PERSONALI John W Honakcr line been sickJ for several days Miss Bertie Rrtniey of Howards JUJJI was in town Thursday fd wan in Hazel GfcqivSnturdajnti Sunday Miss onnnhue fit i te4nga- s here several dayUflasl weok1 Ewlng Cohner usin Winches ter one dRY lust week on business QNorthMiss Jessie Atchison tins return ed from u visit to Richmond nod exingtonlSaturday to begin work with n rvoying corpsbCol II U Ewing returned Fri dRY from a visit to Paris Lexing and Louisville LJudcckln Winchester and Clark county with relativesiMisses Annie Leo Woods and May KIncaid will attend the races to t Lexington this week in Miss Pearl Trumbo of Indian Territory came Friday to visit her slater Mrs TII Brown Chas Peters and wifeof Sharps urg were guests of James T and c iss Bettio Peters last wtektlMrs Mary R Richards has been very sick for several days and was t no better Tuesday Rfte nounSl Olss Loittlb Atchison will leave n Friday to attend the sncinnutiC- ODservlitory jof Music this winter Mtidd Alen George S Brook and W Ray Patterson of Vinchie f5 er were guests of friends hew i undaytMrs Wm Atchison and daugh tel Miss Lottie returnud Saturday ed rurna two weeks stay in Lexitfg on und Cincinnati Mrs James M Ross and little daughter Julia Gardner went Ttles naytiorges Mrs Margaret Honnter and daughter Miss Lucy returned last to week from a visit to relatives attWilliamsburg and Peebles 0nMuse Carolyii Richardson ant rother Fred lifter a visit to thou in sister Mrs H T Hopkins have ru turned home to RobeHsville NJ Mrs Lou Frntoian went to Lex last week to bo itt the bidl a Ide of her little griiiidtUugliter Louise McAlister who was ill with HCarlutitm n MichuIKcllynnd Air Goodlet- ho jf hail been at Dr J U Tntiljf ras for so lite time wont to Sterling Friday fldwUI return home to Lexington in H fow day5 l lt rtJ08l1e Hampton went Wt lurk county Iist week to visit hr c pnrents JE Glitskili Und wits Heritor Miss Elizabeth Guitskill accompanied Lien home John Richards of Knoxvilltlj Tennessee Granville Pincville Elder Pollard end Emil Peters of Georgetown attended theburl11of W E Richards lust u FridayS i WHJ HStrossman JrJudgojftrr V V tt i JHorrylngwere here Thursday night as t sisting the Owingsvillo Lodge or Odd Fellows to initiate u number f candidates V BOTH HURT Visitors to towhl from Monres Ferry section of lliel county state that James Statnnr and Theodore Shrnut fought neatithere fShrout Iald to have a knif6cuttingStaton several tinn In the 8ideU kihgsllgbtwoun1 and slashing struQIShroutbadly Injuring him iIJudge Allis W Young presidingI After instructing the notice was gon dotCilur would adjourn Monday afternoon until Tuesday of next week A list of publiehedSeveral misdemeanor cases were tried Monday The cases of James Stephens white and John Burns colored in dieted for participating in a pistol duel oh the Ftreets hero last May were continued until February OLYMPIAN SpRisas TRAP Snoot The clay jigeon ehoot at ian SpringsTuesday and Wednes day of last week was largely attended by crack shotB froai all oys ttte State and several wero present from other States On the firs t sweepstakesI 187 out of 200 Pn the second dRY the event was one hundred targets ron a silver cup donated by the Olyfflpian Springs Co which was WOJ1JbJ acobGayof Clark coun ty who Made 96 out of 100 The shooting was from sixteen yards rise The sbojt wateo successful that the company will set aside portlonof their grounds for the paittirae and erect suitable traps otofor the accommodation of the shooters The shoot closed Wed nesday with a big hop at tbe hotel at night A number from here at tended bath the shoot and thp hop N j n t z lfl r Jt z c 2 c Get your Winter Buggy Robes and Horse Blankets from 15 L T Byron Dr Price rector of Ml Sterling Episcopal Church will preach nt the Methodist Church here Friday night Several employes of the Amen Cnn Telephone it Telegrnph Co were here last week stretching two Additional wires along the com panyu longdistunco copper lines MA Denton of tho well known nffOfDenton Daynt Hlllsboro as purchased II A Days interest the firm apd will continue the f business Mr Day will locate at V FJeming burL Mr Denton liasV ong been it member ot that firm und on account of his personal popularity und business ability hnet uilt up a big trade 4 REpnittiCAN LE IPLATIVE CON VEKTION Hon Gen W Long ni Chairman of the Slat Republican Campaign Committee a9 here Wednesday of last wee coference with Republican era of this county It was decide put a candidate for Represent tive from the Bath Rowan distrit the fieldlagainst lion Will A Young the Democratic nomine and a convention hits been called for Salt Lick Saturday Oct 14 t nominate such n candidate Pnjy inct meetings will be held nil t iinod RoUan counties Tucsdajf Oct 10 to select to at OJamef county convention will be hell hero by the Republicans at whic full ticket willbe named JKILLIb3 yearold son of jolWmHiitt f the Preston neighborhooil wi- ttruck by an eastbound neigh rain near Hrestoh at lirlOoclocl Saturday night nod instantly kill Both legs wlrc cut off and th body was horriblymutilrtted Th face and body hud several lung wounds Hatton was thrown abou 100 feet by the train and probibl ever knew what struck hira7Th lldtnt occurred at the wester ltch at Prepton about fifty yard from the depot Hntton hude Mt Sterlingand returned he 10 05 passenger taTiiSaiitrita- ight He was intoxicated land several of his friends started him tin Uroctioii of Imnie It ill sup poseilVhe sat down on the truck ami rilllilepp hutton was not married The remains were interil red nt Kendalls Spring Sundiivn fternoon Sf ntioK Br ACT MOUIIK Miss L Carrie Lyons of Ueattyville theff 3 year old daughter of Frank SM yons who is on a Visit in friendcl IIthJs city was rita down by Kill iutoniobile on Main street but riir unutely escaped without injury c young lady wns Sin tid II he street apparently indifV iont to danger Sim did not ob erve tlelpprnlichnfthu auto and deopite the vigorous signuld given to her she lulkud on utterly oblivi oue ti its approach The uutq struck Miss Lyons knocking hrr down and thin big rubber tire of the front whoel stopped full upon her t nkle The auto wits backed away and Miss Lyons was taken into Honakers store which she left a c ew minutes later She is not inured She exonerated the auto mobiliRt from all btneLexing Xl1iS9Lycri8 known to the young society people hero having portiellhere BATU CotiNTfSULD iNiiAniTAKm Bath county probably contains more people who have passed the ninetyyear mark than tiny other county of the sumo population ill the State We hove elicited infor mation concerning the following old people and if we tave missed any wo would thank our renders to so inform us- iAecordingtq the best informa tlon we can secure Peter Butt8a negro who resides on Peeled Oaks the oldest person in thisgirt Of the State being ji over one hundred and five years lildThe oldfellow 19 said to have come from Virginia with the original family of Houses Peter Botts retains his faculties reasonably well and tells many interesting stories of the old settlers of the county Thomas Stephens of the Odessa section is probably the next oldest thirdIyear been mar ned four times and is the father of 23 children Mr Stephens Is in good health and his faculties are unimpaired save for his hearing which is imperfect- r MtsS Darnell of Odessa section passed lien ninetysecom birthday two weeks ago Mrs Darnell is hale and helrtyand her faculties are perfect She spends- most of her time piecing quilt8an has pieced Eeveral since theflrst of the year f James McLain of the Hedrioks tchoolhouso neighborhood has passed his ninety second year His health is fairly good Ho gets totlll11hIindandtbis considerable extent FItldingGreen of eastern part of the county is ninetyone years old H6 is in feeble health Joseph H Richart of tItle town win ninety yours old in July His health excellent and Mt faculties are unimpaired I j 3ttigafe Photos made every Saturday at J A Voworfl Jewelry store one fc i inw OUTLOOK oilko Come I 11 t r l a 5 t Sfrt r 4V i v v0 t J F 1 Jt1 f f if tJ tr i r Ib 1sr iIi t 1 j4 if viciu A sso- ctATioM The daily papttr last Tluirsiluy Iud Friday published hlchrhowHurley Tobicco Growers Assnem tioni LoxingtonKy The now BurllJ robacco Association was Ian nchid hereby this election of otOcers TUB mUleis the Biirliy Tobaoio Grow ra AficouintioM Tha capital stmk 1500000of which 250000 is thcmIlIthe trta itry of thin HSMintuuini hilhuld Stuart is tinPresident and Y J Friedlander of Cincinnati is Treasurer It was stated thai iho remainder of the capital silk has been taken by Chitago capitalist but the nunied are withheld Fiil Pre8idontIuna Treacurpr W J Friidlander Cincinnati Secretary B D Berry txington Directors S M Bil AitniCln1lnatlGeo4W Davis Owencounty J W Newman Woodford county W B Hawkins Fayette cnuniy J W Huj hlfI Mercer county WJFried lander Cincinnati E Richie Cincinnati tVSMcChordWnshtngton county HC Loudon Brown coon lyOi 4m Addams Harrison ipiitity iB D Berry Fayette coon ty Cincinnati OThe etnteroept that the Burley Tobacco Growers Association Wits not organized to fight the tobacco trust was made by Archibald Stuart of this city whO wits elected president of the ticw prganization nt the meeting held ut Lexington Ivy The aim of the associatIon according to its executive is to allow the growers to realize just sums on their products and to eliminate the overpro duction bywhich much tobacco is said to have gone to waste or to hllvcoldlit a figure far below the amount of labor und time expend ed Mr Stuart saidloW 0 expect that the combine or tobacco trust will be our best cuetomer The Burley Tobacco Growers Associa tion was notformed for the purpose of J1gl the tobacco combineOn tho other hand it was organized to secure better prices for the tobacco growernof Kentucky and Ohio In previous years the average prices obtained wero from 6Jo to Tie per lb butfnr the present crop we ex peat to realize for the farmers ut least nine or ten cents There are 10000bf the 20000 growers of Kentucky and Ohio who are mem bers of the association titus con trolling abnutonehalf of the entire crop produced every year It is our nile to protect our members ngninst selling their product at absurd prices and those who are in need of money will be advanced enough on their tobacco by the as sociation In that way the tobacco will nofbe rushed to market in burdening quantities and prices will be held pn H fcatisfactory ba u- S5r W 0 MIcITIllll DENTIST Over Outlook OWe and OwIrtavhlhi BaukliiK Companys BuIlding OW1N3SVILLE KY Lv NOW 1 = EAD Jrs D S Estill has opened out her new Fall and Winter Goods ind 11Hrc ready for inspection Every lung in millinery dress goods and notions heap for cash Cash paid for eggs 1MRS D S ESTILL WILLIAM E RICHARDS DEAD Aflrfour cllr3 illness from u di vase that little by little puppca tiwny his vitality and life WillJau zft9Fli27niMi 8 Juitiiff Elliotts property on Main street The interment took plitie in Owiri 8yille Cemetery Friday afternonn the funeral SIT vicps being conducted by Elder Pollard pastor of the Georgetown Baptist Cluirch The pall oeurers were J U Brother It B Brother A N Cronks J1 Nesbltt Dr A Walden and B Frank Perry William Rllfoon Richards was horn ir tho house in which lit died March 21 1861 and was the second son of William Richards Ho was reared here and secured an cduca tiort in the town fchooU vhen he reached inanlmod he removed to Alildlei boro whore he engaged in business being very successful 4About thirJpen years ago he was married to Miss Anna Richart of his town a daughter of J M Rich art Their home lifo was exceedingly happy Shortly alter mar nags Mr Richards removed to Genrgotown where ho engaged in ih hardware bUsinesinnd where he profipured The estabhihwiit was ti large one and Mr Itifehards did u great deal of work in the store besides keeping nil the booksFin ally his health began to fuilnel ho suffered a stroke of paralysis He ua e up active work but para lisis gradually spread all over his body affecting the brain as well so that for a considerable time be fore his death his mind had been a ttttal blank Eminent physicians were consulted regarding the peciit liar ailment which had seized Mr Richada und nil sKid it was onus ed by overwork and that nothing could he done for him He Was placed in a private sanitarium at Lexington about two years igo and there everything was done by family and physicians that could be done but to no avail Six weeks ago he was brought here to the house in which he died Will Richards was a tine business man Ho was popular with every title he met and had many warm friends His wife and one son James Morrow survive him Of his fathers family there survive his mother Mrs SaUte Richards nnd two brothers John of Knoxville Tenn and Gmanville of Pine ville Ky Mr Richards carried aboutll000 life insurance LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Saturday Evening Sept 30 News from out in the State conlinuerfn vorablc to the tobacco crop and the growers seem to be considerably encouraged over the progress of the negotiations for their holdings of dark tobacco It seems that the Burley Tobacco Growers Associa tion is being revived along new lines Instead of SghUngthe trust as was the original intention it is intended to sell to the trust or to anybody else who will pay the right prices If this association roveI suqeesafulin its efforts it may re suit in injuring thn trade of the warehouses andII possibility o the future is that the rurmerof Kentucky may bent the mercy i 3tho two or three largo trade inter ests more titan he is at present nu e result of tIle growcy i wove 7 fiJ SEE US FOR CoatSuits RainCoats Cloaks Skirts Furs We will have an Overcoat Opening County Court day Everything For M- enGoodpaster I Co1 YCllrhhlncreRsedno doubt that in tho dark tobacco district it has receiveda stimulus but that it is at all permanent ru raniiK to be seen Oiferings of Burley were of fnir quality and condition A scarcity of color was noted Some good cutters and fillers were among the offerings Mixed trash aid tugs wero ctrongerand good to fine red lear from iiohigher The market in red lear antl tips was firm Several hogsheads of fino heat brought prices as high as 17 and 18 Nine hogsheads of this years crop were also offered prices rang hague follows 5120 3 50 3 80 5458 90 SdtfO 6 00 850 and 910 Thu low grades were of very common quality and the two oblllng at 1 20 and 350 were very dirty undo iruble red trashe In tho dark market there were n few offerings of Green River to bncco all very low grades Re handling lent was very scarce and in good demand trash anti lugs were stronger and leaf was firm The crop of Burley Green River and dark tobacco is nearly all cut and housed and is curing nicely as the veRthels favorable CourierJournal His Pickett Metcalfe FROM ONE WHO KNOWS HER Some years ago a girlof about twelve was attending school The fattur and mother having very little money thought they could nOt uifctrd to send the child after the public term had expired Tha tcachor said Let her continue her influence in the school is worth too much wme for me to lose And on through the years of her life lien influence hiss been felt for gnod among all who have known her A simple earnest Christian no matter at what sacrifice to herself site has done what oho thought right to do A perfect pupil Miss Mary Welsh sashAconscientious capable tClleherMlss Mary Anderson From Ann Dab fey With scant time and money yet she found time to learn what I needed buy material and make garments without which 1 should have suffered in the winter Since the death of her father she has been the principal support of her mother and six brothers and sisters At twentyseven we find her thinking it a grand thing to protect the in terosts of little children Taking one of her small brothers silo can vassed Buth county saw every voter as far as possible The votes as they were promised were voted Without money and without influ cube she had an unparalleled sue cess Shs is yet young enough to preserve youths enthusiasm and old enough to pursue the path of duty Democratic voters rally around the standard of this orphan girlsbc needs your help and you need Items Her early childhood was spent in Bath county near Bethel The family left there on account of her fathers poor health returning again in 1902 to Flat theirqr nomination she has worked hard to fit hersulf for the SUpcrlntendeiUtf pll irionlrof Fuqun Suite Sup NOW IS THE TIME J IJttlIessconic nod see my Harness and I ivil save you money n veryone klJow that my Ky Sprlug Saddles orn the lest saddle made7lThey ride easier look better nod wear longer than any saddle made any twhere Como mul see me and i Will suvo you money J r I ntn yours for tim best Saddles and Harness EUGENE MINIHAH Owingsville 4 v j d t P RACKET STORE Ji t We have on our fall goods direct froiii New York tmd so low you cant resist bu ing Black Sateen yd 12fe Linen Crush yd 108 7c Cushion Tops 25 lOc Yarn lb GOu Shetland Floss Ih 75c Boys Corduroy Panic pr alic Childrens Union Suits 25c Ladies Union Suits 25o Ladles Snit Corset Covfcrs 25 Infants Shirts 20 15c Childrens tjnderwaist 20c Composition Book 5c Childrens Yarn Gloves pr lOc l erintendent says her papers were the finest among sixty sent risAnd we think Both county feel proud of the Democratic nominee for J LlVeey Feed sale Stable KVt for horse and uiili- dealers Telepi conrioctinii with 1resiiiii Station It you want the services of nn auc tioneer call on ine Terms reason able H Odessa Ky 1 At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Graded School District No1 in their corporate capacity after due notice ull being present do hereby levy an rtdvalorem tux cf 25 cents on the hundred dollars on all the property of the district ns may ho and has been assessed and equalized for county taxation against the white population there of for tho conduct anti support of said graded school And it is ulsO ordered that n poll tux of one dol larbe and is hereby levied on all of the male white over thin ltio of 21 years for the purpose of defraying fho incidental expends thereof And saM taX levy shall he pail to the Treupurer S D Thompson on or before the 1st day of Ni vemher 1905 at IIIH oUlce W S GUDQELL Chninuan A 11 DAW ON Secretary GEII A PEED B M GoODlASTEIl A T BVKOK Trust el1 JOHN T SON Szplaln Why aracampli it a Sate Speedy Certain Cure It is SAFE Uccansp Paracamph is prepared only roln the of our gmndmoA thus combinedvithi pure soothing es stomach or shatter and ruin your nervous aystcm like many strong drastic internal remedies the Rheumatism Neuralgia Catarrh Eczema and Tiles l and penetrates dirccfly to Uleseatpf the JIIn the or Diseased Membranes IT 13 CURTAIN Because when it reaches the scat of the ailment soothes the aching partsfe4 moves the congestion and out fever soreness by in ducing sweating it destroys the germs and sweats out the disease This is only safe and sure We do not hesitate to Para rna Fetter and Itching or Bleeding Piles because ninny of our Customer report to us daily that have been cured by its use furthermore because ve know that Paracamph will do exactly what the manufacturers claim for it Paracnniph is a clean safe household to the Injured anti should be kcrtilievery home If you have not Paracamph to ayoqour Ruarautcc to return Jnoncy do what wa c x Tin Colindersc 1 Pud fir f r i0 1510 rStand nnd 8 Lasts 30c Half Soles pr IS Glass Molucca Lunch Bores 12 10 8c Glass Bowla 10 5c 4 Blade Pocket knlfd J 80a 2pMens v Alurm Clocks Hilt jc Mens and Boys Booispr 125 up Mens Slicker Guru Coats f1 CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN I Superintendent TUbS TONES OWINGSVILLE Headquarters AUCTIONEER GEORGE GUDGELL School Ta- xNOTICE Owingsvillo havingmet population KIMBROUGH remedYItissucsliuingyour appliedit immediately Se11ingN cocryr CccnpnnLouisville lOerStand10c 1 00 REWARD l 4 My two work horses were stolen from ray hume nur Keynnldsville 1 Bath Co Iytf night oerf4 t 1905 One is n Light buy both eyes hoe barbed wire scar on right front Tout the other is a darlt hay blind in right eye is part Clydenlale IwUlpllYone hundred dollar reward fur the return of the horsea and conviction of the person OP persons who stole them Address JAiEsF CLAKit I R F D No 1 Slinrpsburg ICy HFHillenmeyer Sons T BLUE GRASS Nurseri e sv LEXINGTON KcFiJfOffer for fall of 1005 siuHIItock of rruil and orpamenlul trees grapa Jvint8lIlIprnguII small fruitenliu barb climbs etc We employ no agents but sell difect to the plant ter Catslojjne on application t S Accident Insurance 5 i A few weeksago I insur 1 ed Elder T W Harrison t 4 against accident and lilaS H ness A few days later he If was kicked on the elbow by a horse he wasv curry 1w ing and injured so that he t was laid up several days J fly company has just paid him S86o insurance Do you know you areas likely H to get hurt as he Come in and hear my proposition 1 wilt insure you against everything in the Way of accident or sickness It wont cost much butii it is inconvenient for you to f pay cash T will fakeyour 5 note Isnt that fair K i JAMES M lOSS Vy 1 Owingsville Ky L Day ihiuint 67 Nieht phone 31 A l i C O R1 iLWAY r Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals nbueiirts t H i TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT i X t271003 2 f TIME OF TKAIKS ATPUESTOKSTATION o Eastbound i No 26 954 amrso 22 12549 P rn4 c r No 24 1005 p nu iI tfWestbound 1M I No 2i 648 nm pmNo jlNos 26 and ex cept Sunday aUr others Ti daily Weekly CouHe otirjnaf and 460 Outlook one rat for I i 5t 1 tt 1 0 t AtLSS i d1 sl f Cl J t K 5 E fQ t J c IJg 11fS t 1 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK I IN OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers 5 OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKT and i I HIS SAD FALLblIn the spring tho throbbing poet I Grabs a pen Tickled muchly that Vie feaonaIJRound again With a bold artistic flourish bE Writes a line an While his rolls In a Rather fineeIn the sprlic the spirit moves him And ho singsreFor the way SeekIng things That the duller man prosaic Cannot see Itto s S With a fervor that no common Dub can feeloHe flings oft By the reel And the people as they rudely Rubberneck ISay another rare Bill Shakespeare I a Is on deckteIn the spring tho gushing poet F Hears a call 0 But alas where do we find himtIIn the tallT With his soul onco full of ragtime a Bruised and torn Ho Is way out In the country Ft Husking cornwIllinois State A ROSE OF NORMANDY WttLXAH BA WttSOH c CHAPTER X1IIComuEud1V Just then the sound of the crowdtl interrupted Tontis reply thoS a tJhadcession of 30 girls with Madame Bour 4 don at their head who had come overt In the Saint Honore with La and Tonti Two by two they marcheda w th clasped hands The i ceased suddenly their clamor andg quickly formed a lane down which maidens passed watching with turtl 7 tire glances the faces of their 7 husbands These in turn strove to make their choice at a glance andfI k5t Borne leaning toward the moving eels whispered Walt for me JearaBedu I have three rooms in my house and 20 arpents of land tillo 4 cleared Or Take none but me am your Pierre and live but one and A a half leagues from Quebec You willp If with 11Ora4 tite for me the tallest strongest otIIp thejs all I can drink a pint of rayI rrandy and never show it or i tolfgrown buck with ease and cane get more furs in a month than the res In a season You will make no rules 1 take I am a bon garcon Tonti and his companion were Inr y 4 Ii aan excellent position to enjoy the 4 scene Hero they come the future mothers of New France were the t mocking words he heard Take careIlest M le Comte does not lose the sea of matrimonygNo foar t I have no chance there are but SO four times tSther off than they all the best would be taken before I could read 1Hon thembSkyon would deserve only tho bestI Then in a lower tone she added asshee gently touched his hand hanging at c i his side We can probablyfind ontI to your taste and more to your 7nQuebec ItselftThe lingered against his own thrilled theI young man and he was about to turi to lila companion when his other r ecleave was plucked and a voice mut I terM inbis ear Beware and bob s lag over his shoulder he beheld theI form of Pompon who looked at him earnestly and then with a significant glance at the young woman beside him disappeared in the crowd 4 5 Tontl recalled with a start all thatI t k Pompon had told him at daybreak and realized that the enemy was at e work and that he had his part to playI In the game too so with an admiring j glance he whispered I fear all such are lakeDIA square space wu marked out upon p the surface of the place by a succeaI sion of hewn logs laid end to en ling 4i Within this inclosure only the pros 4 ppectlvo wives and eager swains were admitted Then ensued a scene of 1 i merriment and interest for the or lookers One illfavored suitor select 4jii z ing from choice the least attractive of bit wig women partly because I 5 he knew he would have little chanceI ICLt he felttkere would be less trouble wit h 4 her tro other men after marriage 1hurrI4 oft toward the church of the within which a number of priests Vrere awaiting the happy rjcoup1e while a notary sat at the door 1 to do a thriving business One toS4 comely features were accompanied by a physique Indicating great endurance and strength of muscle was instantly 41r besieged by so great a multitude of 4 admirers that she fled to Madame Bourdon who restored order amongst ttthem and made the wooers advance one at a time and each give his name xeeincoand mount of worldly pos itS C sessions r There they are remarked Madame r BIzard in a halfcontemptuous tone a I fine collection of healthy cattle Walk up Messieurs Varieties for all s f jtI4 tastes the tall the short the dark the light the fat the thin Poke them tI5 tnthe ribs examine their teeth and then when you have made your selec tion take your property homo with zrIr 1 you Then after a moments silence There can be no question of a differ ustmajesty has endowed each alike Mon Dleu they bring wealth to their husbaBdat queried TontL Certalnement Fifty llvres in house hold supplies and two barrels of Balt i ed eattWas the laughing rejol der Ma foil a liberal dowry But you forget the princely gift he gives the Bew husbands foraurren- derJlngtheiJ liberty anox a pair of swine a pair of fowls some salt meat f and eleven crowns in money and again the merry laugh rang la TonUs car with sweetness that had he not been on his guard he would have be lieved to be sincerely genuine Soon all the ls were mated and i 1doorsdepartinR in twos and threes Jl1n to the nearest tavern where they 2 Bought to lirewtf their dlsappolatment r a144TIMk ifffter luck w t year Sp J iII t trJ t poC r1Ie h 717 yr t 101 ru tdi J = = r fe f f t is htP z itl jr 114 P1 t 0 k o CHAPTER XIV th WHICH A TRAP IS SPRUNG BUT THE MOUSE ESCAPES his The days passed rapidly La Sallo of Tonti were busily engaged with preparations for their departure Among the 30 men the explorer had caroughtotto by name as his chief lIeuten- ant under Tonti The stores of iron d cordage for the vessel he intend building on tho great lakes thed lidwder and bullets for the use of the entire partyall were carefully packed ftto the smallest compass possiblev ady to be loaded Into the canoes Pompon stilt Incognito was here and there snd everywhere saying littlefand hearing much Through his y it was learned that the priest who jo accompany the expeditiond was instigated to do so by ffer was refused and the services of the Recollet friar Father Louis lienhnepln who had come all the way Fort Frontcnac to meet La Salle wasI The latter had brought a letII r from his provincial Father La cvre containing permission to join e expedition To prepare himself e worthy friar went Into retreat at- mthe Recollet convent remaining for several days in prayer and meditation inally after dining at tho Chateau ith Frontenac La Salle and Tonti and after a farewell vigil he received the blessing of Laval and departed at daybreak His friends watched his gure with its sandaled feet coarse b capote and peaked hood the- yof St Francis hanging at his side lide away in his birch canoe paddled y two men en route for Fort Fronte ac where they were to await tho ar of the others Within a week a Motto and most of the men fob I with 12 wellladen canoes The bulK of the work of preparation eing thus over Tontl had ample time noame Bizard She hat made one effort sowardalle but had ben so coldly repulsed she began to doubt her ability bias him directly against his friend and leader The difficulty of the however only added zest to her so that she redoubled her They met dally seemingly y chance often taking long walks to ether up the hill beyond the wind ill or to the other extremity of the own under pretext of viewing the cathedral the seminary Hotel Dleu or he palace of the intendant On these she plied her coquetlsh arts in ain Tonti parried each thrust with s much skill as though it had been ombat with swords Instead of a duel f BIzard had long tired of the- umdrum life of the town and the practical straightforwardness of her matteroffact husband who taken up 1h the monotonous duties of his call ng had but little time or taste for the frivolities of the social world such as t was lIe had every confidence how ver in his mate giving her full lib rty believing that in time she would down to the serious obligations appertaining to the wife of a soldier at a frontier post The easy grace of the highspirited gallant who had so suddenly appeared n her life flattering her vanity with ts mingled audacious banter and do- erring humility casting over all the lamour of the grand monde finally won her silly little heart It was with genuine alarm and dread therefore hat she viewed the growing prepara IItlons that were to end In their separa and she increased her efforts ascination t now that she had what shi elieved to be her own passion for the to urge her on as well as tb commands of the intendant She inc with ill success despite her endeavors nd daily and hourly chafed at the of hIs obduracy or cried her eyes red o nights with vexa ion at her failure and the thought of losing him ilFrontenae was in high feather ns the result of La Salles success in gain 5 Ing over some of the furtraders into forming an association and advancing money He entertained them all right royally for several nights and then re solved to give a ball in honor of his friends the evening before their departure partly to maintain his dignity governor and give his mimic court a taste of the gayety of Versailles an partly to show his defiance to his ene rules Enemies and friends alike were invited for few of the former would dare absent themselves although the magnificence of the occasion would af ford a means of Frontenacs triumph over them winning still further the favor of the people who dearly loved to behold any manifestations of royalty and grandeur 1The space in front of the chateau was brilliantly lighted by a large bonfire kept burning by a group of serv ants who heaped on large quantities of bnishwpod At the entrance two 10hugotorches of pine knots flamed above the heads of a dozen drawn up in a line before the doe Within all was light and Frontena walked among his guests with a smiling countenance and fine presence His humor was jovial an he showed no signs of irritation He heard with inward satisfaction the ex clamations of pleasure from the wi men and saw with secret delight U glances of disgust and chagrin on the part of Duchesneau and his coterie La Salle for the last time was the same court dandy as when Tonti saw him first Tonti himself bowed and smiled to everyone and was a naive sa favorite He danced several times with Madame Bizard and noticed th she seemed preoccupied and sad After losing sight of her for an hour he found her again This time she seemed to be laboring under some secret e cltement She complained of weat ness and suggested that instead of dancing they walk up and down the balcony that ran past one side of ti room Tonti assented and aft throwing a wrap about his compan ions shoulders passed with her through one of the open windows TI first turn was made in silence Then as they stopped a moment and book out over the LowerTown at their fe the woman spoke low and indistinctly InAnd so you are going to leave to morrow Are you glad Ma foil yes was the frank anaw Tomorrow begins the work I have set out to do I hasten toward it And is there nothing in a mans life beside his work came in pettish tonesfrom the depths of the hood be side him Ah yes Clelo he replied with spark of mischief in his eye There is honor and one other Iov6 The feminine figure gave a little start at this and drawing nearer waited for him to continue Yes a mans love comes next to 1 honor I shall therefore have feelings of regret as well at leaving civilization and friends behind and shall begrudge each westward irtep that takes me fur j jir j5 J er from the desire of my heart tht Idol of my dreams and unnoticed by friend he looked in the direction the ocean and blew a kiss toward France that the wind caught up and carried off far Into the night You know then what It is to love me to his ear In soft caressing tones To love ah that It is to live pursued Tonti as he dreamily watchul a spark rise from a chimney mount high pon the wings of the breeze and then ie slowly out Yes It Is the wine of fe that gives one strength and purpose the bread of the hearts existence What other food is there thattoes not moulder and decay The ery air the only air upon which tho soul can subsist fit are not all else ut noxious Vapors and unwholesome umessThe womans blood surged to her- emples of and blinded her eyes In a red- ening Hash she reeled unsteadily aGmoment her breath came In uncon noiseless gasps The end sho ad labored for In vain seemed sud enly to burst in sight she had but reach forth and gtasp It One des Iterate effort and It would be hers Ah Henri my loveshe murmured as she nestled closer with her head upon his breast why did you not lell e sooner I could have arranged it I nil But It is not too late Then turning up her face she spoke rapidly and with Impetuous earnestness Comp give up your plans for the morrow leave the danger and exposure and tho glory If you will for others let theme lost In the wilderness but do yourf remain for I love you love you loves ou Flee with me tonight I have aacanoe and wellpaid servants awaiting n us An hours time will see us halfiway to Beau port Near by Is a seigni ory held by a friend of the intemlantH have done much for Duchesneati helwill do much for me I have a lettery from him hereshe tapped her that will gain for us the protection We can stay at this seigniory until La Salle has started and the is over The Intendant will giveb us a large grant of landhe villa help usI have saved some little money Come mon cher with me thereb is still time and at the end thixp passionate outburst she seized by one hand and with the other caressed his cheeklThe young man heard the womans voice but comprehended not at first tho meaning of her speech His first All HENRI words uttered as they were in a mo ment of mischievous gallantry had brought to Iris mind the truth that he was about to take a plunge that separate him from all that would recall himtt her mother tongue the sight of her countrymen and all that pertained to civilization had served to lessen to his mind the actual sense of great gao 5 graphical dissociation But from the morrow on savage sights and sounds and the unaccustomed environment of primeval nature would emphasize to him his loneliness and separation HI i glance fell upon a star burning brighter 5 than Its fellows and he recognized in It an old friend one that had kept him company through many a solitary vigil one that had presaged victory for him before more than one battlefield one that he realized was looking down IIeven then from French sides and was guarding his hearts treasure wherever in that broad laud she might be The words that fell upon his ear met with a slumbering comprehension but the touch aroused hlthl The contact of the fevered hand seemed to burn him seemed a profanation of th thoughts of the revery he had fallen Into lIe was awakened in an instant the full meaning of the vomans ac cents flashed pvcr him He that In the playing of his part he ha gone too far He started back a step Mon Dleu flee with you he ex claimed in astonishment Certalnement now at once Ah IIMan Henri do not keep me waiting rtBut your husbandto he ejaculated that fool dunce booby she cried in contempt as she stamped her toot angrily He can console himself Idout of the next shipload of girls That is the sort of wife that would suit him best the blockhead Why should IIWe care for him We love LeTonti seized her roughly by Uta shoulder and gazed into her face IU luminated by a ray of light from the window The womans lack of prin clple appealed less to his anger than did the realization of the fateful con sequences to himself had the vile plot succeeded the full details of whitis from the day he arrived to the i1tent moment flashed clear and distinct through his mind Woman he cried In a hoarse strl dent tone as he sought vainly to con thlreImans life honor Stronger than love itself love true love I mean not these polluted thing you so falsely offer me erDid you think I would be false to my comrade or my love Dleu me par donne for speaking her name in these presence of such as you Did you sup pose I was blind to your miserable yourtbut a man I would know how to revenge this insult to my honor and to my Intelligencer The woman stared at him for a mo ment petrified by astonishment trem bUng with mortification rage and de spalr In quick succession A shadow fell across her face it was that Tontl disappearing through the wi dow She was alone- a To Be Continued Mr an Thin My husband always expressed a preference for the brunette type said the darkhaired wife to her friend lisYes I think he likes darkhaired women better still The hair dont show so plainly on his coat you know said the other with StatC5D rrwer YcaeM 4 F Ir waLlr pif ii t Tarrying at- Shechem It OUR BIDIB TORY by thu Hiihway and Byway Prcschcrg Vision Between the Lines of CodsoInspired Word ll WupyIIgbtI9UbJ JU loon1 Scripture Authority And Jacob jour ncycd to Succoth and built him an house nd made booths for his cattle therefore h name of the plnce Is called Succoth to And Jacob ensue to Shalom a city of Shpchcm which is In the land of Canaan when he came from Padanaram and pitched his tent before the city And he bought a parcel of a Held where he had his trnt at Ito hand uf tho children Ilamor ShcchcnVn father for an bunahell pieces of mnnry And he erected there altar nod culled It Klclohelarael en 1710 x uvu men seated on their rugs spread before the door are en iu earnest co satlon The nfternootcreepIng under 0 the sheltering opy has re at last tho he the elder mar lighted up w rare splcudo silver gray ol jflowing locks r ace la in the shadow but It cal een that It is a goodly face re traceable tho marks of illscll iud sorrow such as sometimes f n the later years of life as th1they would exact a tardy recomn t for the vanes arid prosperity and t skies which have crowned ears of the earlier life Although i form Is bent and the polso and r of manhoods prime have depaii still It can be seen that the clK As wholesome living of the earlier y left as a worthy legacy a preset nd splendid old age As ho BPI 4 head Is slightly averted so at ring the ear rather than the eyes osite his companion for he Is hI I and the sense or hearing must bo s and In a measure recompense for oss of sight Jacob he is saying It Is goo hear how graciously the lord I dealt with thou during all these ye u I knew He would lead thee back to T 4 laml which hath been promised Abraham arid his seed But why r lest thou mi tho very border of tl V Inheritance Why sliouldst thou dwell In tho places which thy fat Isaac and thy fathers father Abrat knew before theep i I have all I need for my flocks t herds father What shall it profit V to go elsewhere But shouldst ncjt thy feet trav the length and breadth of the lSwhich is to become the possession rthy children 4V Oh I am weary of the Journey fiwho knows what rials and perils may encounter on the way was somewhat impatient response L jourkfromfather still continued to dwell in sponse to the urgent message wh the old man Isaac had sent to his tu when tidings hall reached him that Xhe long absent boy had departed from Syria with all his substance und had again entered tho land nf Canaan The meeting between the father anti the son was touching in the extreme arid without reference to the painful Inci dents which bad driven tho boy 20 1can before to seek a refuge with his mothers people they had rehearsed to one another the events which hail transpired since titan It was sad homecoming for Jacob for the loving Indulgent mother was not there to give him welcome Some years before she had died ami Isaac with streaming eyes and broken voice told of this the crowning sorrow of his life and of his loneliness since she had gone Iron him Her heart yearned after thee Jacob She longed to see thee before she died but she dared not send for thee because Esau wits not yet gone to Kdpm and she knew not whether the bitter ness had died out of his heart wish She could have known of thy reconcil iation with thy brother It takes the one burden from my heart and now can die in peace when Uod shall so will The old man paused and reaching out his hands lit felt In Iho uncertain manner of the blind until they rested on the arm of his son and then can- o Untied earnestly Rememberest thou the blessing with which I blessed thee wheji thou didst depart from Padanaram That tho blessing of Abraham mydgave to Abraham Jacob responded fervently Yea I see that tbou hat not for gotten and a pleased expression light Ofed up the grizzled face of the old man And the last message which thy mother left for thee was ihlf Tell Jacob not to forget that the Lord hath spoken good concerning him and that lie will fulfill all Ills promises spoken to Abraham and to Isaac Forget earnestly exclaimed Jacob Was It not the memory OT Gods bless ing that kept mo patient and faithful during all the long hard service under Laban And had not God been with me I had returned empty handed God hath shown thee great mercies and hath blessed thee in thy return But he not content to dwell at Succoth for there are better experiences and greater blessings as thou dost enter more fully into tIre land God hath promised thee This last earnest admonition kept ringing In the ears of Jacob as he took leave of his father tho next day and started on tire long Journey home Im glad did not tell father that I hall built me houses at Succoth he exclaimed as he came within sight of his home again and recalled how with tho building of permanent shelter itIIIhimself and cattle he bad planned remain there He was forced to roit as he pondered his fathers lasll words that he must not be satisfied with the present attainment and that If he was to possess the full blessing of God ho must go forward In faith and obedience And I will he vowed at last niter an Inward struggle But as he resolved Inus to walk with God In apes are now employed as ofcashiers A year or two ago much 11Lase coin was circulated and tradesmen found that It was a thoI difficult matter to discriminate tween good and bad money One largo store kept a pet monkey and one morning he was seen to take a coin from the cashiers desk aul put it be tween his teeth After lilting It ho threw it on the floor with a solemn grimace of dissatisfaction The pro printer of the store then handed the monkey another coin and after test i- uJ y v i s V fj A j4 j lZL1l oiY r where He should lead he did not real- Ize the opposition and difficulties which were to confront him He had not yet fully learned that the choos- Ing of a right course was only the vestibule to higher attainment and that took courageous faith and the earnest conviction of a settled purpose too steadfastly forward In spite of the- bstacles encountered in the Way Why should they goYwas the united protest wsnot the location delightful and did they not have all that the heart could wish And when Jacob tried to lead them understand that Gods promises eft blessing Included all the laUd and that they must go forward they asked Im patiently If they were not in Canaan whither God had told them to go and whether one place in the land was not s good as another But I would go to BelJie1 ito t tmcIn N I he d of or I xiil 4 a Is 5 I 5 c ia 4 t t t 4ra S a 7 5 l y fry i I tV tV k r t 4 4n i5t f 221 J te VP j j ifaL tS 4 j tS S n t VtV WUU tIRv making iJtlfil inu ifi luarmrntb direful consequences which were to follow that visit and his tarrying at Shechcm Not many days after this liamorx the prince of Ihe country ruler of Shalem came with his son Shoehorn to visit Jacob with the ostensible purpose of offering him a permanent dwelling plare there but the real reason was that the young man Shechem had seen Dinah at the feast and becoming enamored of her resolved that sire should become his wife Uut his advances had been so rebutted by the brothers that he hid realized that only by Subtlety could he obtain his desires On appealing to his father the latter had thought 10 win Jacobs favor by the offer of landNay I will not accept thy land ex ccpt I pay thee Its value replied the wary Jacob What is thy price- A hundred pieces of silver would lint bo Its worth but vhat Is that be- twIxt then and me Take tho land And Jacob weighed unto him tile hundred pieces of sliver anti while they were thus engaged with the bus tress In hand Shechem found oppor tunity to speak to the winsome Dinah and her heart had gone out to the handsome noblelooking Hlrlle She knew the abhorrence wits which her people looked upon alliance with the uncircumcised Canaanites but secret ly she resolved that she would favor Shechems suit And Jacob all uncon scions of tho shame and sorrow which was gathering like a thick cloud about his home continued to dwell n cot tentment before Shalem Bethel unattained and the sacrifices he had Intended to make there still unoffered he sought to find comfort In the erection of an altar to his God at Shecbem lie would offer his sacrifices there Would It not do Just as well after all as If he were at Bet IT Sum moning all tbe family and the servo ants to gather on a certain day for the appointed service he prepared to worship his God Instinctively he felt that the influence of the pea pIe of Shalem upon his family was not of the best but he tried to per suade himself that the building of the altar and the offering of sacrifice would somehow make things come out all right But even while he was of fering sacrifice and speKIng to his family and servants of his God the God of Israel in memory of the new name which God had given him Dinah enticed by the attractions of the town and finding opportunity during the confusion attendant upon the service had slipped away to visit with some of the damsels of the town whom she had met at the festival and on her subsequent visits thither Sacrifice and worship could not stay the con sequences of tarrying at Shechem Altars by the wayside could not take the place of the altar at Bethel as Jacob was 4o learn by the dishonor ing of his daughter and the bloody vengeance which the enraged brothers were to wreak upon the people of Shalera With what tragic memories would Jacob recall his tarrying at Shechem Ing it with great deliberation he laid it on the cashiers desk A little Frenchman who works as- a molder In the iron works at Mont lucon and is 79 years old has the long est beard in the world but he has per sistently refused to accept offers of American museum managers toap pear as a freak His beard is more than 14 feet long and is crowned by a mustache 60 inches front tip to tip When the man is at work he rolls up Iris beard and tucks It under his shirt 5 toL J W 7 z4Ai oIA f 5 dr 1 j 1 I FROM ALL OVER THE STATE I ROCKEFELLER AND OTHERSr They Purchased Vast Tracts of Coal Lands In Kentucky Whltesburg Ky Sept 30Ten thousand acres of mountain lands lyting along the proposed Southern extension In Upper Harlan Iln county south of here were purchased by an eastern syndicate with John D Rockefeller at Its head The price paid was 40 per acre It Is the Inten ion of the corporation to build a 35 mile extension of the Louisville hashvilleon the Cumberland Valley division up the Cumberland valley to the coal property There Is much Industrial activity In tho whole of Eastern Kentucky CHARGED WITH LARCENY Edwin F Hale Formerly of Louisville Indicted In New York Louisville Ky Sept 30 Edwin F is indicted in New York on grand arceny charges it being alleged that he drew chocks on the American To bacco Co with which be held an Im portant position Tho alleged shortage may reach 50000 Hale was a Louisville man well known in tobacco circles He was formerly withJ Jungbluth Rauterburg His indict ment caused a shock here Ho held a 4800 position with tho tobacco company Hale won a prize in a Lexing ton papers guessing contest on the Brooklyn handicap last year FLETCHER AND LYON TRIAL Troops Ordered To Russellvllle For Their Protection Frankfort Ky Sept 27Gov Beck ham ordered that two companies of In fantry and a detachment of battery of state guard proceed to Russellvllle to protect W R Fletcher and Guy Lyon during trial there for criminal assault The Hopkinsvllle and Bowling Green companlesof Infantry and Franktort battery have been designated for the duty Troops accompanied Fletcher to Russellvllle in August last for trial The Jury disagreed Both he and Lyon are in jail at Bowling Green for safe keeping AT THE CHAUTAUQUA Some Mean Thief Picked the Pockets of Rev Sam Jones Bowling Green Ky Sept30Rey Sam PI Jones the evangelist who came here Friday morning to inaugu rate the Bowling Green Chautauqua had his pocket picked in less than 15 minutes after his arrival He lost 15 The Chautauqua will last through Oc tober 9 Rev James Small the evangelist closed a revival here and will leave for Cincinnati where he will be In charge of a service at the First Presbyterian church Breeding Nominated Sergent Ky Sept2GBY order of District Chairman L W Fields the republicans of Letcher and Knott counties met in mass convention in Whites burg and instructed for John W Breeding of Knott county for repro tentative from this the Nlnetysev sixth district John W Wicker ol Floyd county is the democratic noun aceVAccident on a Race Track Louisville Ky Sept 27 Brancas at 8 to won the Old Inn handicap the feature at Churchill Downs Havl land an equal favorite was never prominent Mr Rose Prince Real and Golden Link fell In the steeplechase and Prince Real and Mr Rose were killed each animal having sustained a broken leg Jockey Carla was bad ly hurt Louisville Musician Shot- SWashington Sept 28As he wa returning from participating In a con cert on the east front of the capitol Lucien H Conen 22 a French hone player in the United States band was shot in the back by Mrs Jennie L1Iay 32 the wife of Ole J May a fellow musician Conen formerly lived in Louisville Ky A Fatal Fall New Castle Ky Sept 27Miss Liz zie McGinnis of this place was butif led having died from the tailing down two steps at the door ait her room a few days ago Her broth er Dr I W McGinnis the only male member of tho family is at the expo sition at Portland Ore Judgment Against L cI N Ordered Frankfort Ky Sept 27At a set slon of the state fiscal court Judge R 1 Stout ordered judgment entered it favor of the commonwealth against the L N Railroad Co for sums ago gregatlng 12200 claimed by the state to be due as penalty and interest or franchise taxes Special Judge Appointed Paducah Ky Sept 29Gov Beck ham appointed Judge B W Bradburn of Bowling Green as special judge to try the Walter Holland murder case at Benton Judge Ell Brown who tried the case at the lost term of court hav ing resigned New Church at Barbourville Barbourvllle Ky Sept 30TbC contract has been let for the tion of the new building for the First Methodist church and work will begin mmedlately The building will cost about 8000 when completed Died In Michigan Frankfort Ky Sept 28A telegram received here Announced the death of Earl Allen at Grand Rapids Mich The body will be brought here for Interment Mr Allen was mar rled In Louisville about a year ago to Miss Belle Sanders of this city Involuntary Bankruptcy Covington Ky Sept 27 During the last six months 24 petitions In bankruptcy were filed In the United States district court at the Covlngton office and of these 13 were Involuntary The Wets Won Henderson Ky Sept 27Tbe local option election for the Fifth magiste- rIal district of this city passed off qui etly the result being wet 830 dry 396 About twothirds of the usual vote was polled The district Includes part of the city To Cost 100000 Lexington Uy Sept 28The Lex ington city council ratified the con tract with Messrs Hill Gaynord ol East St Louis for building a sswerazc system In Lexington The cost of the work Is to be about 100000 SALE OF THOROUGHBREDS The Largest Ever Held In the World Will Take Place Next December Lexington Ky Sept 29The great at sale of thoroughbreds ever held ir he world will take pace In December New York when Rancho Del Paso stud the largest of breeding establishtments will be disposed of auction News of the determination of J B Haggin to sell his California property was wired to Charles Berry man manager of his Elmendorf stud ere Thirtyfive stallions and over brood mares and a lot of young stuff will be Coffered Among the fa mains stallions are Imp Watercress Imp Star Ruby Imp St Gatlan Imp Gold Finch Imp Golden Garter Sir Madrid Imp Toddlngton Gleuhelm Maxlo Gold Spinner ana others The brood mares Include the most famous matrons of breeding animals The Interests which Haggin will sell have for more than a decade played a more conspicuous part In turf history than any other in America la the ranks winners of more than 100000 on tho American turf are more from Rancho Del Paso paddocks than from any oth er establishment Its annual yearling sales run Into the hundreds of thou sands of dollars The sale will not affect the Kentucky interests ofSlr Haggin HANGED HIMSELF He Told His Wife He Would Never Take the Wagon Back Louisville Ky Sept 28111n- ever take that wagon back to tht stable said John J Donahue to hit wife and straightway went out to tho barn Inlhe rear of his home and hanged himself An hour later he was found dangling at the end of a piece of wire by his brother lnlawCharles Baisch What prompted the awful act is not known as the man had never complained of his lot in life Until Tuesday be seemed to be in excellent spirits and he always enjoyed good health Donahue was employed as a driver by the Armour Packing Co OUT op COURT Two Prominent Mi n Arrested For Set tlinflaTax Suits Lexington Ky Sept 28Forme 1State Revenue Agent A M Harrison and Edward Odor a prominent broker and former life assurance man were arrested here on warrants from Clark county requiring them to give bond to answer to the Clark circuit court to grand jury Indictments charging them with defrauding the state by settling a back tax suit out of court It is alleged that they took 1000 from W R Thomas manager of the Ford Lumber Co and had entered a judgment for 6000 taxes Instead of 30000 as claimed by assessor of Clark county JOHN F FARRIS The Well Known Race Horse Trainer Shot To Death Stanford Ky Sept 27John J Farris the race horse trainer was shot to death by RE Lee Sims ownencrr several thoroughbred horses whom Mr Karris trained a two year old There were no witnesses to the trouble that led to the murder but the two Ills said bad not been friendly for several months Farris was a widower about years old and a con federate soldier Fatat Fall Downstairs Covlngton Ky Sept 29MritBridget Bonfield an old time of Covlngton cook at the officers quarters Ft Thomas tripped and fell down a flight of stairs at the post and fractured her skull The remains were brought to her home 123 Lynn street Wifes Fourth Attempt Owensboro Ky Sept 27For Iiis fourth time Sarah F McDaniel sued her husband Rufus P McDanie for divorce On the three previous occasions the coupe reached an agree ment just as the divorce was about to be granted and the cases were allowed to die for want of prosecution To Build a Branch Hickman Ky Sept 29The Iron Mountain is contemplating the build- Ing of a branch from Henson to tap tho main line at this point W W Hayden and a corps of engineers arc rapidly completing the survey Sound Ings loran Incline have been made op po site Hickman New Railroad Planned Paducah Ky Sept 30Llvlngston and Crittenden counties are to have a new railroad The survey Is to be begun within the next few days The proposed route is from Salem to Ma- rIon or to Mexico a short distance from Marlon on the Illinois Central line Brakeman Hurled To Death Ludlow Ky Sept 27 The snapping of a brake wheel on a car causEd the death of Lafayette Haines 28 a brakeman on the Southern road Haines was on top of a tralrt whiU crossing a bridge He lost ance and fell between the cars Judge HargIs Not Guilty Winchester Kys Sept 29Alte1 bG Ing out onu hour and 30 minutes the jury In the Judge James Hargls con tempt case returned a verdict of not guilty The attorneys on both aId us made good speeches Edgar Thatcher Paralyzed Newport Ky Sept 2LEdgat Thatcher exdeputy circuit court clerk of Campbell county was seized with an attack of paraiysia at Iris homo in Alexandria Kyand was rendered speechless for a time The attack Is alight one First Train to Elkhorn City Sergent Ky Sept 30The fir train over the Chesapeake Ohl railroad Into Elkhorn City at th Breaks of the fig Sandy river wa run lntovtbs place four days Intc than was scheduled New Kentucky Postmaster Washington Sept 28The follow lag ourth class postmasters were ap pointed for Kentucky Deskln Pike county George W Phillips Frozen Creek Briiathiit county William Day Lois Perry county Mary York White house Johnson county David Osborn Sheriff Holland Case Continue IPaducab Ky Sept 30The itt al of Sheriff Walter Holland at Bet on on charge ot murder of Hardy Key at Murray two years ago was reset o next Monday Oitobtfr 2 by V ccla Judge U V bradburn t I 4 LOSS OF APPETITE Cold Sweats TwitchIng Nerves and Weakness Cured by Dr Williams Pink Pius 4 Nature punishes every infraction of her laws and careless habits easily lead j to the condition described by Mr Wil liam Browse of No 1019 Lincoln street5rSt Joseph Mo Mr Browne is an ex pert tiuuer in tho employ of the National Biscuit Co He gives the following so conut of n trying experience In tine spring of 10O3 he says while I was regularly working at my trade I somewhat careless In my habits of eatingnnddrinklngandflnally that my appetite was a tastelingered iu my my nerves witched and Were beyond my control my kidneys were out of order and cold sweats would break ont over my body at odd times Perhaps while I Btoodtalk ing with some one this trembll of the limbs and profuse sweating a aeere chill would seize me I alarmed at my condition and havi g rend ao endorsement of Dr Williams Plink Pills I got a box and began to use them They helped me at once After I had used one box the twitchingof the nerves the trouble with the stomach and the cold sweats stopped and have not reappeared and appetite is good I have told all my friends that Dr Wil llama Pink Pills cured me and 1 recom mend them to cverybody Dr Williams Pink Pills cured Mr Browne because nothing can strengthen the nerves except good rich red blood and Dr Williams Pink Pills actually make now blood They dont act on the bowels They dont bother with mere symptoms They drive from the blood the cause of anaemia Indignation ncr vous disorders general weakness and the troubles of growing girlsaud women The pills are guaranteed to be free from opiates or harmful drugs Sold by all druggists or the Dr Williams Medicine Company Schenectady N Y WLDOUGLAS I33SHOESWL Douglas f4OO Gilt Edge Line cannot be oaualled at an price AK LLV 10000 la en diiprots tbli tUtimtnt 4 W UDoagla Jjgo shoes hive by their s cellcat tyle esy fitting and mper Jtqntlttle achieved the largest of asy 350 Moe Ifl tbo world They ere lust as mod M these that cost you 500 to 700 tfee oely difference I the price II I could take yea Into my tctoryat Brocklon Mass the isr1ast Ia the world under one root making mene tine shoes end show you the care with which every pelr of DoufIu shoes U node you would reaMs why W U Douglas 3 JO shoes are the best choc produced la the world t II I could thowyoo tbe difference between the shoes made la my factory end those of other nuke you would understand why DoujIss jS3 JO choc cot more to make why they hold their shape fK better wear longer sad are ol ETetter Intrinsic value than any other S350 sos oa thi market today w LBa kpnE AadXsafM 250 200 lay SsbasS 2SO2 175159CAUTIONlnslatuPonbaTftWLD0ng ihoei Take no v without hU name ant price stamped oa bottom WANTED A Ihoe dealer In erery tovn where t 1k Donglaa Shoes are jiot told Pull Uno ot lamplee lent free for Intpectlon upon request fast Color Cgtltt iiitrf Uiy Ml not tsar Arauy I Writ far ranatnted Catalog of Tall Stylus IV XDOUOLAS Brockton Xaa A LITTLE VAEIETY France last year produced 76 ships of 123600 tons and Italy 16 Bhlpsvof 586G2 tonsV r Romaine Daurignac brother of Mmc Humbert the famous French swindler varied his time while in prison bo tween writing a novel and making baskets A remarkable little vessel for use oaf tl J Ganges river In India called the Rat tier has been built to carry bullion for paying natives on tea plantations on theVrivers Ganges and Hooghly It Is fitted with a strong room to carry thrte tons i of bullion A DESPAIRING WOMANV Weak Nervous and Wretched fromWut lag Kidney Troubles Mrs Henry A Reamer MalVOarsb Streets South Bend In saw When I bega- nnsinIipansKid ney Pills I so weak I drag myVself across tire room I was wretched and nervous and had bear ing down pain dizzi ness and weak t eyes Dropsy set la and bloating of the chest choked me and threatened tIne heart I had little hope but to my untold surprise Deans Kidney Pills brought me relief and saved my life I shall never forget Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y AGAIN HE STORM ITHERE 1SJ PROTECTloT N KE ss CIllS IThtI- UTDLALERS 5OCT05 NLW rosa anbiMWtth file peculiar to was could hardly backache headache iL TI2hi A1LTowERcoE5TAKrMP183 csiccoCA- UAMMI COtIi4TOIOOCAIL their sex used 3 deathS U anveai sac MMtal Tbotoagotr cleanse fcuitai MefnMt 5 ttcja dla Ku ea aeais inUammatioa M oreseU cures lenconhoea Lad taut catanh Paula U in powder form to be inpur witer and U far mote cleansing healing semuodal ml rnmnitil t an ITM M JS TOLETra WOMEN1 SPECIAL Fertile at druggists ctnti a box TrlI Boa and Book et IaeIIIiCtIeFTSI g inisI PasTa CopaaT- AN KK isc4 c Beet Coocb Sjnip ttrartes Good ueIn tlma rFiild bTdnirrlru IEdr aeI 4 315 S t i t Lki1Irr DOUBLE TRANSMIGRATION a Dog Suffers for a Defunct Man and Man Gets It for Dead Tj Mule The man who had come down the cleft of ths city hall had found a small tog under bin feet and given the animal a kick relate the Wasnington Star The 23owna came forward and demanded dogllereplied the other 4 What has that to do with iU g Two years ago I knew a mean man He died Your dog looks so much liko I trantman and finding your do under my could not resist the impulse Sir said the dogowner I once knew It a mUle He was the crankiest trainb et critter on the face of the earth He died The minute Iid eyes on you I C7knew that it was a case of transmigra f I always wanted to wdq- i that 0ule but ncnr ot the hu And now c Lwhen tbe crowd hauled them apart I tber were three black eyes and a bitten a a ear between the two of them to prove that the theory of transmigration works like a shotgun Still Has Its Use Father saidan inquiring youth a when a hen nits on an egg lot three 4 werkx and it doesnt hatch aa the cstf upoiled isaa i purposes it has its usesStray Stories Cured Her Rheumatisma Deep Valley Pa Oct 2nd Special I Thcre i deep interest in Green county 1t over thn cure of the little daughter ol I N Whipkey of Rheumatism She wa tv n great sufferer for five or six years ansI nothirltlleemed to do her any Rood till 1 Kidney Pills She le I gnn tn improve at once and now she is cured and can run and play ns other children do Mr Whipkey nays t lam Indeed thankful for what Dodda p Kidney Pills have done for my slaughter t thc lued her from being a cripple per hsrts for life t vDodds Kidne Pills have proved that i Rheumatism is one of the results of diseased Kidneys Rheumatism causel A by Uric Acid in the blood If the Ivd 1 It nejfc are right there can be no Uric Acid 4 7 in the blood and consequently no Rhcu tJ Tnatiun Dodd Kidney Pills make the Kidney right fDllplacement1 iI r Doou think that theaulomobile will4 f v displace the horse anted the conversa + young woman i S 1 It will answered the nervous voting 4Ti t l man as he gnzed down the roadIf it J vr ever hits him Washington Star Jtl f SKIN PURIFICATION Cutlcura Soap Ointment and Pills Cleanse the Skin and Blood of F Torturing Humors Com f JiI plete Treatment 100 c The agonizing itching and ol 4 the as eczema the fnlthHu1acal ing as in psoriasis the Dn tf crusting of scalp as in scalled head She facial disfigurement as in pimples and ring worm the suffering of In t fants and anxiety of wornout Irents as I in mine cnuttetter and salt rheumI i demand a remedy of almost superhuman JI virtueii to successfully rope Itb th I That Cuticura Soap Omtment anl Pl1 b1 ere such stands proven by the testimonj of the civilized v Give a man all he wants to eat and 1drlUkand he will find it easy enough toI T to others upon the ol ab tinence Boston Transcript tr J j Announcement is made by the Rock t TclandFrisco Systems of the inaugura ot tion cf a tourist car St rd Louis to Los Angeles via Frisco Line tr L Medora Kansas thence Rock IilandE s Paso Line to California Thii provides an entirelTnew tourist car route to the with I the installation of this car the Rod Island has no less than ten through tour I ist lines between the East and California These can start from Chicago 81 Louis a St laul andMinneapolisandrunthrougli ra via Rock Islands Southern Route by of 13 Paso or Scenic Route by way of Colorado This frequent and r comprehensive service is proxided with a I if view to adequately demand for tcurist accommodations under tilE vcnr low rates effective in September and October a If a man would be successful ha mut I be ready to grab opportunity by the backoi the neck and bold fast whenever nr it comes around his way ija Do not believe Pieoi Cure for tion hasan equal for coughs andcoldsJ F Bori Trinity SprinplodFeb15lOOO MUSCLES HE WOULD USE t j 1Kedica Student Shows Eminent QaaMcatlons for the Na S t val Service hadtI L thefailed 7 es appear a boordcompocd ol naval surgeons t After a careful and lengthy examination pl W C the president of the q t rdalkedrather abruptly Doctor isupioa4 roil were called to see a man i3 whobdbeeublown u1what is the tiri f thinsouwoud do lie replied Wait till- S 4 lie came down sir I CoL Gorgas looked at him keenly and t continued Suppose for your imperti whatrnf VThr flexors and extensors of my arm foil Bhould knock you down f Youll pass said the colonel with 1 emil 4t S Keeping Out of the Heat aoodbyifour dollars a day worm on the canal J jnAmerikyi Mike But Pat do you mind that Pan 4 ama in one of the hottest places in tie t I t world Its 120 in the shade moat every jo0l day f i You dont suppose that Im such a 4 fool U toatay in the shade all the tIme i do ouMagezine of Fune a j 4 5 of rrlBgTeaUmonal 4 It was a Alma that sent I tbc following recommendation to a iat w J eat medicine firm Gentlemen betcre s taking your medicine I was too weak to 5 1apankmy baby but now 11In lick my Free 1 1 1 ff o NOTICED IT tt JL YugLadfr m New Jersey Put Her Wits to Work ij S Coftee gare me terrible spells of In everyCsome ono me coffes it4l e seemediwHaenseS i Ue4it0 come ioa shortly after eating 1 RBd were accompanied by such excrur- CMitlBi1 a pim in IhV pit of the tom f f ach that l could only find relief by I loosening niy clothIng and lying down llf i6ircuaa9tancea made it impps t tlMe fIaetJ lie down I spent hours yls J Jr great misery j1 I 1 I refused to really believe It was vVSy i i iW coSee until finally I thought c i trlaioul4 at least dp no harm sol quit co 8Jn 1901 and began on Pos IHHU jMy troubles left entirely and J r ccwvlucetC m of the cause Poefum brought no discomfort nor I it ttvt eathon follow itn ltstl have iy a etwra ot the trouble since i drink Postum It has buiU i jg i teJup restored ray health and given s neB W interest In life U certainly si fe a joy W be welt again Name RIven fcy TosiuM Co lattle CreekJ Mick j i Read the lIttle lxxktTheiRoad It c djvi in each pkg ii t J r t iAtrt i r IT r ciqta i j IZ rrp SUMMARY OF THE- IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings That Oc curred During the Past Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Exciting Events In the United States and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crimes and Casualties Further details of the ravages of the recent typhoon In the Philippines show that tim loss of life end property Is much larger than anticipated When tho coast guard cutter Leyte was wrecked 11 Americans and 24 natives were drowned At the town of Sorso gon 15 natives were drowned los ion hemp plantations Is estimated at 1000000A Industrial commercial exhibit will soon be established at Shanghai China by Baron Cerf of that place who Is In San Francisco perfecting arrangements Acting Postmaster General Hitch cock in a circular mailed to all post masters has renewed the campaign started recently against objectionable post cards- Jose Miguel Gomez governor of the province of Santa Clara Cuba who was nominated by the liberals for the presidency has resigned his candi dacy In letters to the executive com mittee of his party he gives the rea sons for his action laying part of the blame on the United States owing to the Platt amendment The report of Commissioner Rich ards of the general publlefland office shows that during tho year 16979075 acres of public lands and 77546 acres of Indian lands were disposed of the total exceeding that for 1904 by 650 800 acres G F White United States marshal for the southern dIstrict of Georgia and J W Doyle assistant marshal arrived In Montreal to take Col Gaynor and Capt Greene back to Savannah Tor trial on charges of defrauding the United States government Rev J W Wllllford of Taylorvlllc who Is conducting a revival serv- Ice near Springfield was accidentally shot and killed while out squirrel hunt- Ing by Ell Green a lad of 12 years It has been decided by the physi clans In attendance upon President Harper of Chicago university that nothing will save his lifb but a surgi cal operation of heroic character The Neverslnk Mountain hotel lo cated on the summit of Neveraluk mountain on the outskirts of Reading Pa was destroyed by fire Loss 100 000 The Santiago volcano in Nicaragua Is In violent eruption and is throw Ing not water and hot rocks over a considerable area Millions of coffee trees adjacent were destroyed Dr Arthur Weir Johnstone a lead Ing specialist In abdominal surgery died at his residence In Cincinnati aft er a weeks illness from appendicitis complicated with acute peritonitis anti obstruction of the bowels Secretary Wilson of the depart ment of agriculture predicts lower re tall prices during the coming winter season for meat dairy products poul try and other necessities of life He says the relict for the householder will como from tho enormous yields of small grain and in tho great grain ter ritory There are nine tully developed cases f diphtheria and 12 more In which ihere are some of the symptoms of the disease at the Annapolis naval acade ny There are also five cases of typhoid ftver The brewmasters next convention N11 bo held in the Twin Cities The mayor of Hull Eng announced that negotiations bad been concluded with an American company for the es tablishment at Hull of a manufactory employing 1000 hands Nature of tho business wllhhehlIMrs A J Condllt and four children daughter of 13 years and three boys from to 10 years old were murdered n cold blood at their home near Ed na Tex The mother and daughter were assaulted and their bodies bru tally disfigured- In the government land fencing cases Judge Munger In the United States court at Omaha sentenced John Krause a ranchman living near Ant ance Neb to pay a fine of 800 and onehalf of the cost of the case anti his brother Herman Krause to pay a One of 500 and onehalf the costs Secretary of War Taft and part of his party arrived at San Francisco from the Orient On this trip the Korea covered the distance In 10 days 11 hours and minutes an average speed of 18 knots for the entire trip Secretary Taft says the Filipinos are not yet ripe for independence Among the Indictments banded down by the grand jury at Philadelphia was one against John W Hill former chief of bureau of filtration who Is already under bond to stand trial on two In dictments found against him TIm secretary of tne treasury makes the announcement that on the 2d of October next he will resume refunding operations under tho act of March 14 1900 Wreckage washed ashore on Kangaroo Island points to the loss with all hands of the ship Loch Venn lcher which left the Clyde June 14 bound to Adelaide and Melbourne An order for 180000 barrels of flour to deljvcred Immediately has been placed with a Seattle flour mill by Vladivostok flour mechants This Is tbo largest single order ever placed on the Pacific coast It Is announced that Robert Bacon who becomes first assistant secretary of state at Washington October has resigned from the directory and finance committee of the United States Steel Corporation Wheeler H Peckham the noted law yer died suddenly in hlaofficeln New York Apoplexy Is thought to have caused bill death At a conference of the executive committee of the Mississippi state health board and tie governor a res olution was adopted requiring that all passenger coaches used In the state local or through must be closely screened In the case of the Western Life Indemnity Co Judge Kohlsaat ruled that the company may transact ordInary business but the assets may sot be used for anything except to pay death claims Secretary of the iteasury Leslie M Shaw announces that he will leave the cabinet February J 1906 L Ip r 1 iI 4 fr = Announcement was made that tho wage scale of the metal workers and machinists in the locomotive repair shops of the Baltimore Ohio rail road has been revised resulting In an advance of from 10 to 25 cents a day Frank Heard a wellknown Illustra tor died at his home In Chicago of cerebral hemorrhage lie was widely known as tho originator of Chalk Talk and for many years has beet connected with Rams Horn Intense excitement exists at Gallup N M over tho assassination of An drew Casno a wealthy coal mine owner who lives near that city antI the fatal wounding of his beaiulful young wife The motive for the crime is thought to have been robbery Liberal party leaders fearing trouble at the presIdential election In Cu ba In December are preparing to send a committee to Washington to ask the United States to Intervene antI guar antee that the elections will be prop erly conducted The Infanta Maria Theresa sister of King Alfonso anti second In succes sion to the Spanish throne will marry Prince Ferdinand of Bavaria her cous in before the end of the year Gov Cox has pardoned Clarence Peak serving an ISyear sentence In the branch prison at Prelos Tenn ile was convicted of killing Silas llulliu at Clinton Riddled with bullets from the weapons of officers of the law that ho hall defied for weeks W311 Sims the desperado who line been terrorizing Bryan county Georgia paid the pen altyIn tho session of tho legislative com mittee of life Insurance Investigation George W Perkins vice president of the New York Life and a member of the firm of J P Morgan Co was on the stand Mr Perkins testified to a number of transactions In which he represented Morgan Co as seller and the New York Life Insurance Co as purchaser There have been repeated collisions in Budapest between the socialists and the supporters of the coalition due to the hostility of the former because the coalition refuses to accept unreserved ly the socialist program of universal suffrage favoring only an extension of the franchise Premier Ilouvler and Prince Von Radolin the German ambassador sIgn- ed the FrancoGerman accord concern Ing the Moroccan conference thus defi nitely termInating thn difficult negotia tions which at one time threatened lo disturb the peace of Europe Senator John T Morgan of Ala bama has written a letter to Chair man T P Shouts of the Panama ca nal commission declining the Invita tion to accompany the commission to PanamaThe government Is watching with keen Interest the Investigation now being conducted by a committee of the New York legislature into the affairs and conduct of American In surance companies- At a mottling of a committe of Michigan members of the Royal Area num It was decided to raise 75000 to fight In the courts the sliding scale of rates recently adopted by the so defy Tho business block west of the pub lie square at Bennettsvllle S C was consumed by fire with the exception of tho Planters bank building The loss will aggregate about 100000 The Echo de Paris prints an article slgned by Andrew Carnegie In which the writer argues in favor of an alli ance of the United States France and Great Britain for tho safeguarding of the peace of tim world The feeling of uncertainty regard ing the visit of President Roosevelt still exists and there Is some apprehension Itiat the decision of the Amer- Ican Public Health association to hae a committee communicate to the presi dent its sentiments of opposition to the visit at this time may cause the cutting out of New Orleans from the present trip- Defore the legislative Investigating committee Alfred W Maine an asso ciate auditor of the Equitable Life As surance society testified that the Equitable Life the Mutual Life and the New York Life Cos had formed a pool to look after the legislation before the various state legislatures William R Travers a millionaire man of leisure son of the celebrated wit and Wall street operator William R Travers committed suicIde by shooting himself through the head In his apartments in New York Business failures In the United States for the week ending September 28 number 185 against 173 the week previous 179 In the like week of 1904 153 In 1903 and 164 In 1902 J A Darragh a mining engineer from Cambourne British Columbia called at the office of State Geologist Blatchley Indianapolis to Inform him of the result of a prospecting tour In Brown county Indiana He found sev era diamonds sapphires and agates which he exhibited to Mr Blatchley- M WJtte has been created a Russian count In addition to conferring on Witte Germanys highest order the Black Eagle the kaiser has presented him his portrait framed In gold The wreck of the British steamer Chatham with her cargo of 90 tons of dynamite and blasting gcalln In the Suez canal was blown up by mines distributed around and inside her hull Eleven New York contractors charg ed with conspiracy in importing Eng lish tile setters to the United States under contract were arraigned before United States Commissioner Ridgway Examination was set forOctober 4 and ball was fixed at 25QO each Supreme Commander J H Hider of Indianapolis was reelected to that of fico by the supreme lodge of the Improved Order of Knights of Pythias ExGov Joseph W Lifer announced that he will retire as Interstate commerce commissioner as soon as cer tain Important matters before the commission arc settled probably about January 1906 It Is reported that Postmaster Gen eral Cortelyou Is tosucceed George W Perkins wIth the New York Life with the prospect of succeeding to the presidency of the company The decennial census just completed shows tho population of Kansas is en rolled oy the assessors In March 1905 to be 1543818 an Increase of 209841 since 1S9- 5Several hundred representative men of Cleveland called upon John D Rockefeller at his homo In Forest Hill and through Andrew Squire a prominent attorney and L E Holden proprietor qf the Cleveland Plain Dealer express ed to Mr Rockefeller their esteem for him as n citizen and as a great business man It is announced that the Russian representatives abroad were instruct cd on September 21 In a circular to communicate to the governments to which they ore accredited an Invita lion to n second peaie conference at The Hague Civi 4 p 1Ijft 1 iIo A welldressed and educated Japanese who registered at the Delaware hotel New York as K Nakamer com milled suicide by slashing his throjil from ear to ear and then jumping from the roof to an extension a distance of four stories He was dead whoa found lie had been brooding over the JapaneseRussian terms of peace Twenty eases of bubonic plague ten of which resulted fatally have occur led near the Russian frontier in Mon olla and two cases at Manchuria StationWarren Miller a farmer residing near Murphyaboro has received a reward of 1000 from the Illinois Central railroad Several mouths ago a bridge along the Illinois Central be tween Murphysboro and Carbondale washed away Miller flagged a fast passenger train due at that Unto pre venting a disastrous wreck anti certain loss of life- Taking the ball from the socket of the eye of an ostrich removing a coat- Ing and replacing the bull was the delicate and unusual operation per formed by Dr Blair at the Bronx Park Zoological garden New York The department of commerce and labor dismissed from the Immigration service lames Anderson rfn Inspector at Buffalo N Y Anderson was charged with participating with Edward Halts and Charles W Stevenson In spectors In smuggling Chinese across the Canadian border into the United States Charles King was hanged at Winni peg Man He went to the scaffold with a firm step King killed Edward Hayward an English prospector The grand jury at St Louis Indicted Frdnk Willis Card on the charge of murder In the first degree lie killed Mrs Beulah Craft used 20 formerly of Henderson Ky Civilization cigarettes and drink arc the three great causes of Insanity In England according to the famous brain specialist Dr forbes Winslow formerly of New York Thousands of hIs fellow citizens turned out to welcome President Roosevelt to the national capital and made his homecoming an occasion for an ovation front the time he was sight ed on the platform of his car until h6 passed within the doors of the white Peruna Drug Manufacturing Co has brought suit In the superior court of Chicago against the publishers of the Ladles Home Journal for 250000 damages The suit grew out of a statement of the Ladles Home Journal that a testimonial from Congressman Geo H White of South Carolina used by the Peruna Co was fraudulent The Peruna company claim to have the original letter of Congressman White and will offer it as evidence Julius Kunllzer a cotton mill owner at Lodtz was shot and killed by two workman while riding on a street car PUP at the men was arrested The other escaped Nellie Hardiman 19 Brooklyns Tomboy girl who has been recorded on police station blotters for many offenses dashed into a burning build ing at No 245 Bond street Brooklyn and rescued three children from suffo ration besides giving others directions how to escape Dr Louis L Clermont of Washing ton D C has an option on 640 acres near Illlopolls on which the gov ernment contemplates building a 400 000 hospital for the army and navy Fire at Highland Town a suburb of Baltimore destroyed the plant of the Red Oil Co the plant of Sherwood Bros manufacturers of oil and grease a street railway car barn and several small dwellings and business struc tires The loss Is estimated at 300 000John Alexander Dowie Elijah II who says that he saw the foreshadow ing of death when stricken with paralysis while administering the Lords Supper at Zions tabernacle is improv ingOne of the most interesting wed dings of the month to which society Is looking forward with interest is that ot Miss Katherine Cudahy daughter of Patrick Cudahy the packer to Thos Fernedlng of Dayton O Burglars entered the post office of Modoc Ind dynamited the safe and made away with about 100 In money and 25 In stamps Miss Pauline Christman at Pueblo Col was sworn In as a fullfledged police patrol woman antI is believed lo be the first woman In the west to wear a star A Chicago Great Western stock train running about 20 miles an hour as it was going through the middle of a See line passenger train and hurled two Pullman sleepers over a retaining wall to the bottom of a gulley 20 feet below A woman was killed J Walter L Franklin was arrested at Birmingham Ala by detectives while taking part In tim services of the Salvation army on the charge of bigamy Franklin is alleged to have three wives His first marriage it is alleged was In Newport Ky Albert Mesel aged 21 of Leaven worth Kan and R S Osborne aged 23 of St Joseph Mo were drowned in Lake Contrary- In a rearend collision near Glen wood Ind a passe1ger train on the C H D crashed Into a freight train Five were Injured one fatally two seriously and one slightly Maj Stephen J Lang 86 who was one of the leaders of the Hungarian revolution of 1848 died in St Louis from pneumonia Maj Lang was an aide to the rebel leader Kossuth Preparations are under way for a concerted movement on the part of the big railroad brotherhoods to secure a reduction of the present working hours for railway employes all over the coun tryA typhoon swept over Manila The storm lasted three hours and the wind attained a velocity of 105 miles an hour The property damage is esti mated at 500000 Ten natives were killed and 1000 rendered homeless Samuel Barr 65 a watchman at the Pennsylvania hospital for the insane in West Philadelphia was shot four times while attempting to eject a man who Is said to have had no right In the Institution The First National bank of Orville 0 has closed its doors by order of tho controller of the currency on account of a continuous run by depositors- In a statement made by President Paul Morton of the Equitable Life As surance society the Equitable has paid out from January 1 until August 31 1905 in death claims annuIties endowment purchased policies and other benefits the sum of over 24000000 This is an average of more than 118 500 for every working day and has been done in the regular course of businessMrs E Farwell widow of tha late United States Senator Charles B Farwell died of pneumonia at her resi dence in the suburo of Lake Forest Chicago Igiic J P o TO WORK ON CANAL Martinique Laborers Refused to Disembark at Colon Later 500 of Them Were With DIffi- culty Persuaded To LandThe Balance Were Forcibly Ejected From the Steamer Colon Oct 2Slx hundred and fifty laborers from Martinique brought here Friday on the French steamer Versailles under contract to work on tho canal refused to disembark or to submit to vaccination which is Imper ative unda f the American sanitary regulations They clamored to be la ken back to Martinique asserting that they had been misinformed as to the conditions here before they embarked and that later they learned these con ditions were Intolerable and deadly Saturday morning however SOt of them were with difficulty persuaded to land and these wero sent to points along the line of the canal One hun tired and fifty remained on board and declined to leave the ship under any consideration These were forcibly ejected from the vessel Sunday after noon by Panaman and canal zone po licemen but not until nearly every ono of them had been clubbed and several were bleeding from nasty wounds All of Saturday and Saturday night the Versailles was guarded by Panaman policemen THE DEPOSIT SYSTEM Annual Report of the Paymaster General of the Army Washington Oct 2The report of Francis A S Dodge the paymaster general of the army for the past fig cal year points out that tho enlisted men have now every chance to put away money front their own savings by the deposit system which guaran tees them absolute safety During Iho year the amount deposited by the men was 1531020 making the total amount since the establishment of tho system 26294325 The last complete pay schedule for the army was passed by congress 35 years ago and the report contends that It Is not sufficient for the demands ol our times THE YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC There Was a Marked Improvement in New Orleans Sunday New Orleans Oct 2Report to 6 p m Sunday Now cases 23 total 3023 deaths 3 total 391 new foci 4 The Sunday report would hae been the lowest on record but for the report of a nest of infection in another convent and asylum the attending physician reporting six cases among the girls In the ML Carmel institute asylum on Piety street Pensacola Fla Oct 2The official fever summary Sunday night was as follows New cases 5 total to date 158 deaths none total 26 cases dis charged 53 cases under treatment 79 BRITISH FOOTBALL TEAM Beaten For the First Time BrAn American Team Chicago Oct 2Tne allChicago association football team composed of the best players of this game in the city defeated the British eleven by the score of 2 to 1 This is the first time the Englishmen have been beat en by an American team during their trip The combination work of tho visitors was perfect but tho local men excelled In the kicking game winning both their goals from long kicks from the field THE LIBERAL PARTY It Will Not Accept the Resignation of Gomez For the Presidency Havana Oct 2A national conven tion of the liberal party decided not to abandon the presidential campaign and refused to accept the resignation of Jose Miguel Gomez the partys can dldate for the presidency The con vention resolved to Investigate the cir cumstances surrounding the death of Congressman Enrique Villuendas as Clenfuegos Killed Her Seven Children Alpha III Oct 2Seven children of Mrs Clarence Markham living near the village of Andover near here word killed wIth an ax In the hands of ihelr mother and their bodies burned III the flames of the home which the mad c ned woman set afire The woman then cut her throat Assistant Secretary Bacon Washington Oct 2Robert Bacon of New York who is to succeed Fran cis D Loomis as first assistant secretary of state Is In Washington prepa ratory to assuming the duties of that office He was in conference for some time with Secretary Root Jumped Three Stories New York Oct 2 Catherine and Cecelia Hart each about 70 years of age jumped from the thirdstory win dow of a burning tenement building in Brooklyn The latter escaped seri ous Injury while tho formers skull was fractured Poisoned His Son and Himself St Louis Oct 2 Herbert McCart ney 40 committed suicide by taking poison after administering a fatal son Leon Despondency over being separated from his wife Is the only reason given Tartars and Armenians Fight London Oct 2The Times correspondent at Erivan transCaucasia says that firing between Tartars and Armenians took place Sunday after noon in front of the governor generals quarters and that a few persons wero killed Mother and Babe Drowned Leicester Mass Oct 2Mrs Mary A OHara 45 of Cherry Valley a section of Leicester walked Into Olneys pond In the rear of nor hon with her 11monthHild baby boy In her arms Both were drowned Killed His Stepfather Marion III Oct 2Wllllam Hack Icy 50 is dead In Johnson City Death was caused by a baseball bat in tho hands of Fred Price n lad of 16 and stepson of Buckley The stepfather objected to the boy playing ball Tho boy Is In jail- Killed In a Friendly Scuffle Memphis Teen Oct 2ln a friend ly scuffle James Rand struck Frank Johnson a light blow over the heart Johnson reeled back unconscious and died In a few minutes A coroner jury exonerated Rand I rEd on Vlsltoits Edison has tit his house In Now Jersey hundreds of metal sheets bearing records of the observa tions made by many of the distinguish ed visitors who have called upon him He never asks his visitors for their avriographs or photographs Inviting them Instead to speak or stag a few wofute Into a phonograph The plates ho keeps In a cabinet under lock and key occasionally taking a few of them out anti running them through a phonograph for his own amusement Irish Ball There ao several interesting bulls In the following serious paragraph from the Western News of Galway Ireland of July 15 Ko rob a man of his purse and then maltreat him for not having It would pass viusler amongst plllless brutal crimes tAIL to kill and slay a man to the point of death and then murder him for not dying quick enough Is one point better In the catalogue of human Infamy It Is enough to make Irishmen set their teeth and tall silently in groups Proof at Hand There old man erclalmcd the proud young father Is a baby that Is a baby Dont you think he resembles me Just then A pin got busy with the babyS anatomy and he let oiat a stren uous squallIcritically fthero Is certainly a res ere blance Chicago Dally News 1 Bate of Panama- A traveler In the Panma country hast this to say of one of his boatmen Ths negro limped from sore In his foot He explained that his Son had been attacked the previous night by a lam plre bat which paid him frequent viI Its though ho was never conscious of the bloodsucking process until he awoke Accidental Victory A blunder resulted In a sweeping victory at the battle of Minden August 1759 Ten battalions of British troops mistaking the order at sound of drum for by sound of drum sud denly charged and overthrew three di visIon of Wrench cavalry a feat urn Jaralleled in all warfare in Navigation on the Po The Italian government will spend 53600000 to Improve navigation on the river Po Italy and Ita tribu taries 4800 horse power energy will be developed along the Pa for Industrial enterprises the annual rent of which will yield the government 300 000 Irrigation as Will For a nice mint julep a Tom Collins of a highball or a nice clean shave or a hair cut or anything in the grocery hardware dry goods or mSTThery linn call at the City drug store Also drugs for sale Irrigon Ore Irrigator Deadly Perfume The death plant of Java has flowers which give off a perfume so powerful as to overcome If inhaled for any lengUx of time a fullgrown man and which kilts all forms of Insect life that come under Its Influence Hamlets Request I want those eggs stopped shout ed the tragedian striding to the root lightsWell youre stoppln cm aint your asked the boy In the gallery as bo threw another Puck How They Locate Chicago- It is queer say Mr holmes the lecturer but the untrareleii English seem to think that to go to Chicago all Th has to do Is cross the Atlantic go up the Hudson and turn to tint left Men and Dogs Two kCnds of living creatures only men and dogs can stand an Instan tannnus change from Arctic cold to tropical heat without suffering deterioration or losing their health SeaWeed Enters China and Japan are preeminently the seaweedeating nations of the world Among no other people are sea weeds so extensively eaten and relish ed aa food substances Hurried Him Along On his recent Attempt to swim the English channel J Wolfe was accom panied by Scottish pipers no doubt to induce him to get the swim ovjsr as quickly as possible Plenty of Chances I know a man that has never been kissed In his life said he unsympathntlcflyits Press MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 29- CATTLECommon l 85 3 75 Heavy steers 485 5 00 CALVESExtra 8 25 8 50 72YMIxedSHEEPExtra 4 60 4 75 LAMBSExtra 7 35 7 40 FLOUR Spring pat 6 65li90W- HEATNo2 reu 88 8- 9No3red 85 CORNNo 2 mixed B6 No 2 white 67 OATSNo 2 mixed 3- 0RyENo2 68 70- HAYCh timothy 13 00 PORKClear mess 15 85 87MBUTTERCh 22jAPPLESPOTATOESPer bbl 1 40 ftP 160 TOBACCO New 5 00 013 00 Old 4 60 14 75 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 5 10 6 20 VHEATNo 2 red 84 85 No3 red 814 84 CORNNo 2 mixed 5iy4 52 2874RyENo2PORK Mess 14 C2y14 75 LARDSteam 7 lTt New York FLOURWin strts 4 00 it 4 25 WHEAT No 2 red 00 CORNNo2 mixed 58t OATSNo 2 mixed 32 33 RYEWestern tP 67 PORKMess 17 50 1800 LARDSteam l 7 60 8ltimre WHEAT No 2 red 824 82 CORNNo2 mixed 68- CATTLESteers 4 00 0 4 60 SHEEP No 1 230 300 LouisvilleIWHEAT No 2 red 86ICORNNo 2 mixed 57 OATSNo2 mixed 29IPORKMess 12 00 LARDSteam 7 25 indianaoolli WHEAT No 2 red 7 86 CORNNo 2 mixed 54 OATSNo 2 mixed d 27 4 r t rI 1 a f 7 J ts l 1T i fi I i f IOPERAIIONS AVOIDED tTwo Grateful Letters from Women Who Avoided Serious Operations Many Women Suffering from Likqi Conditions Will Be Interested isufferingthat an operation is necessary it ofcourse frightens her operaUngtnble expressedIt felttbatOur bjpspitals are full of women who are there for ovarian or womb operations It is quite true that these troubles operationIssupposedbecause PinkhamsVegetable had said an operation must be per wherethehelpThestatements possible to make come from Pinkhamseucaped serious operations Andrewsaolis Iadwrltes of her cure asfolio ws Dear Mrs Ptakham I cannot find words to express my thanks Vegetableitorovarfanmadeup UK to many who do know it neglect it until the physic pill habit where the real occun and then slow death chronic serious kind In which all other remedies and doctors had failed and vas cured by 2t bottles IJr Dill of St else was cured by Mulls itape Tonic lie firmed invalid for after taking a course of Mulis Grape Tonic says she was able to leave her bed after get that even him it to bid soldiers many- of wheim suffer with the same our attention There wasnt Ills For Dr EARL 8 SLOAN 615 Albany Street Boston Mass They also relieve Die tress trout Eating perfect rem edy for Kaaaea Bad Taste In the Monti Coated Tongue Pain In the Side TORPID TWEIL They the Bowels Purely PRICE Must Bear a and words fail to express my thankfulness n Dear Mrs Is Loss of strength extreme nervousness extreme mo to sock f more strong vigorous and well and I can not express my thanks for what it baa done on tho increase among women Vegetable and write Mrs at Mass for advice b ceration and of Any woman who could read tha many 4 s n ArtIre WhMrsAMeeA WMM est a W W iUntilAmerica the Following Was Incurable THESE STATISTICSWE CAN THEM resultaoftenhaveit thinkitor thattillslosetheir areJustastattw3complicated curedihSlflquickIfand sufferedbrokendown forStomachKansasCity tohisandBowcij careerMrsthorouu goodhoolth StLouisdurleganything afforded re MullgGraperecommended so complaint oftheapparently diseaseLiver Farm PAIN Dizziness Drowsiness regulate Vegetable SMALL Genvme Signature VegetabTiCompound pelvlOoJlrlnllocompelled steadily Compound Pinkham Lynn eomplalntsnIlfalling PinkhainsBPinkhims READ VERIFY ble terrible piles that kept him in agony Bowels would 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R3 FREE UOUPON 1075 Send this coupon with your namef and address and your drunjlsf name for a tree bottle of Mulls Grape Tonic Stomach Tonic and Constipation Cure Mulls Grope Tonic Co 47Thlrd Ave Rock Island III Give rail Addrttt and Write Plainly f The 1100 bottle contains nearly three times the EOoslu At drugstores Tha genuine has a date and number stamped on the label take no other from your druggist PRCE = 25 Cts 19 AfliflhliP 9LIIIII1Kft1NL IMP lAD COLD KEARACIE 01 NEHMLIIA I wont sell AntUOrlplne to a dealer who wont Guarantee N0EoLvut It Ctll foryourMONBr BACK IF IT BSJTT CURE i FTT ZMetner JT D Manuf tiKJf elsf Mo Antiseptic Family and SLOANS LINIMENT KILLS SICK HEADACHE AEISITTLE IVERP1 bythese 1ispeIalajnf- figcauonandToofloaitj A SMALLPILL SUAliNSE iARTEs FacSimila REFUSE SUISTITUTES inlessthari 3dStreetPlnkhaxnI makInganopeJatlonas LydiaB allthot4OvarianoperatlonPinkhams PInkhamsVegetable displacement IrregularitiesIndigestion Understads ITT IuuuIseuuurjknown andto 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sent one year i for one dollar SIX months for sixty e erritp three months for thlrtyfive tents z + THURSDAY OCT 5 1905 CORRESPONDENCE i f J Forgo Hill Severa from here attended the Street Fair ut Salt Lick Martin Jones spent SundRy with a Ilia daughter Mrs Jennie Jlyer4 and family Charlie Dnwson and family spent Sunday with John A Dawson in r Fleming countyaf Walter Williams and wife left J flut of the week to make their u L home in Illinois 9 e r Upper Flat Creek44- e 4 P T J Steele sold 20 barrels of old 4a I corn to Mt Sterling parties for 275 t 1 i per barrel rMissKittle Murray returned Sun a 4 day fr6m n twowks visit with re Jfttlves Mtterhitgr Mrs Chess Glover U the gueet of her daughter Miss Jane Glover in r Mt Sterling this week t c Miss Ann Shannon uid brother re turned Tiienaay to their home at e Chicago after snveral weeks visit wIthrlntlYes here i Miss Nellie Glover is at home for a few days buying been compelled to dismiss hbrschoul ut Okia on uc S count of diphtheria Li Dr John B Blaydes wits nod I grandsons James und Robert V left Monday for Hot SprInts Ark ufte several weeks visit with reluties4 I Upper Prickly Ash 4f Sfveral from here HI tended the street fair ut Salt Lick lust week AI Willie nod Toinmie Carr of near 4 Mt Sterling vioited relatives here Saturday mid Sunday zA tyler Is suffering from a kick On the lejj by a mule belong Catro4 1 Mrs Dnniel Hnfper visited her ti Lil daughter Mrs US Rntlitf at Suit f Lick from Thursday until Siitur lt duy Mrs Nancy Stiront and Miss Mary Snedegur spent lat week with relatives near Sharp burg nod Bethel Mrs Ellen lleiUlings and grand 4s eon Tburmun Routt of East Fork cnllVd to see Mrs Emma Stone Monday Mrs pollie Lvter end her moth er Mra FrancesHarailton return ed Thursday from a visit to r laJ lives in Berry and IuriaI l V Crooks IU 1 Charley Clayton of LIIp rS Sunday I Perxran and family of r q 8bere oyed hero last week 4 Hendrix hipped a oar II to Cincinnati Sutur eS day I Mrt Will Nixon and vbildreo tlWted her sister Mrs J DTurley p k f Ut Salt Lick Friday Lillie Johnson visited reIn tlveat Salt Lick and Farmers 1 tt turd y and Sunday 1 aH Holland and wife of Clark eItaly visited relative here BOV IIdayJaiLeek Sats SsViee and wife tof PricklyI AH1leItM reltitlvea here Satur ddjBiflft aad Sunday rI aoeJl ton aged 83 years was limed pi the railroad by a freight tralit Saturday night He had j tate MtSterHnRgandhlulut off of th pafMUger train and start euppuFPdAL54fiitkeri who lives a short dietp- ncesktiteih Pt1h8 body was ba4Iyewt iqt The remain were s1S biKiedatthe rule graveyard tgaday 4S Cralgsa 51 4a1a areallbettert1 Bern to Ben Thoia peon and wife October Ia BOB b t 5C Arthur Eogers sold to Logan tJ Tea oae calf for 10 r i Arthur Rogers bought a horse 4 iron dell Downs for 950 4 TkqmaWehIs of Bourbon cnun y is viBJtiRf his sister Mrs Holt Tc f Warren IbfE Floyd Oney and IfeO1 Rock b j vHle Rowan countyj Tlsited friends here Wedaseday t1 Gusi Toy and children of flat vS Creek Ti his brother William Toy bare Saturday night andSuu day J Mrs ffle Craigi little daughter f Nellie and MUaAItie Toyuli of r MayBTiUe re- here visiting friends Iae1relthee3 Trf IVarreB ChVis Garner and WTriylorwent oh a big hunt aid plfasHre trip 10 Morgan coun ty hsitweek They report a nice tiMea aTke eaiap neetin closed at 5r Forge Hill Sunday night tiro- DBSBBB holds a ieit ng he e until Jiir psilayrBiighC and then hd will p Harpers elioolhoU8e and fjn1I a cr lttiereL+ fic PS p IJ t tr I ft tX1 lJr jiSL t J l b tI fiiliJ14J tf tt r Y i rJ 1i f Lnt i 4 tiJ t jJ II Grango City Several from here attended tho Street fair ut Suit Lick Sniunlny A L HayciiH is very much tin proved after his spell of Bieknos- sMifsis Maud nnd Era Kissit viditod in FlciningHburglnKt week T U Hatliirwife nod sonUi don ore vipitlng relatives ut Tilton this week Misses Minnie Walton and Fat nie Thompson were inFlttning6bur Saturday Mttle MRB Stella Cutri lit has bttn very poorly with diphtherii hut it better now Miss Cobern Waltoi ftTuesday fur her home in Iowa after a visit to relatives here Miss Emma Colliver returned Sunday from a visit to Mrs Tho Hurnoc ut Salt Lic- kSpringfloid Mrs Haze Jewell continues quite sick Mrs W A H yd and liltlo eon are visiting in Owingsville Mrs HMI Jones ot Mt Sterling is visiting Mrs Sanih Tbonji8 Mrs Lucy Soialhers nnd sqf Earl were in Mt SterlingTuesdayX Miss Mary Atkinson und Miss Maggie Clay were in Mt Sterling FriauyMis Sarah Taylor of Mt Ster ling visited her son Ed Tuylur the jani week 9 John McClUre of Nicholas coon ty was the guest of Raymond Stnnihors Sunday Miss Ethel Fleming of Sharps burg visited her mother Mrs 1JFleming Saturday und Sunduy Mrs James William and daugh ler of Owinsjsville were guesls of Mrs AS II row age ui Saturday nnd Sunday Salt Lick We cant begin to enumerate the many visitors to our little city during the fair Miss MattieSuiithofMtSlerling visited her mint Mrs Lide Maupin during the street ftir j The little sun of Wm Jones of Midland has been very sick with something hike diphtheria Clias Robbins IeftSntuirday for New York City where he has cured n position as pharmacist in n drug etoreSMeDades ehow closed its en gagement liereSattirdny nigiitThey also closed fur tho reason and will open here again May 1 The mule parades Friday and Saturday were grand About 75 boys dressed us cowboys Indianx clowns etc mounted on mules par ticipated A hop was given in honor of Charlie Robbins on the evening of Sept 28 at Campbell Hall Music was furnished bya Mt Sterling string bUild Rev Elbcrt Dawson preached at the M E Church Sunday morning and night In the utter noon he preached the funeral of Mrs Viola Purvis at Dickersons Sprint- Everybody voted the street faV to have been the greatest success of any of our public enterprises There wite a marked absence of most of the objectionable features that are usually to be found at such places There were no Inde cent shows and the large crowds were quiet and orderly Luck of space prevents our giving a list o- fprizesEd Stepstone E L Payne arid wife visited relatives at Mt SterlihgSundoy Mrs Robt Byron of Lexington is visiting M FWilson and family JD Alexander and viCe spent Sunday with C B Reid and wife M F Wilson wife and mother inlaw visited relatives at Owings villo Sunday Wm T Ragan Has returned from Hazel Greeriand is assisting C B Reid in his crops visitingherly at Maribn Menifce county JMrs W U Lnwson children Chester rurl fcsisterand Joint tiowry nttendedthe camp meeting at Forge Hill Sunday f We hod some rain Monday and BO expect two mure daysrain this week We wpit will09111088 we are needing stock water badly WilliamHelwig went toMorobead Monday to sell a few cars of this years crop of corn Walter Lowry is running bis slofe Awhile bo is gone Mrs Mar Ltrker who has boe- nattbebepside of her sister Mrs WtuBlJ reIcLjlJPnohl irn andSfto hope she wiI1 soon be entirely well t Miss Sudio Stout returned from her music teaching snt SalK Lick Sundayand opened liar private at home of LA Glover Monday morning Born to the wife of Joe Ray a daughter Saturday night To the wife of r Carpenter r18UUle night a daughter Mothers and children doing weltIwS Quisenberry took his wife to a Lexington 1spHs Itohu ellll operation performed trcekThtfyI were accompanied by Alrs Q g mother Mrs T J Alexan1ler The patient was resting Aell at last no count and we hope she will soon be able to come home Several of our people Attended the street fair at Salt Lick Friday gnodtlmdHecau message at Salt Lick for to stop here and lot them offSutnrI day evening the conductor curried liew on to Mt SterlIng wbiclrwas very disagreeable to them I t7 e Hillsboro- Ansnn SnundrrH left Thursday lor Economy Illinois Lewis Markwrll sold Ids farm of 13 acres to Saiindurs Bros for 525 Tlioiniis LyotiK vlfo and dti ugh ICIsuf MiUonl 11 visited relatives hero last week Miss LIla Walton visited Miss Jessie Atchison at Wyoming Satur day and Sunday Mrs Lowh trarkve1h and two litllR daii litors loft Tuesday to visit rnJitivus at Decatur Illinois Misses Sudio OVVUOB and Jennie Kincaiil of Tilt HI visited Mr ItoM art WalliuuTord Saturday and Sun daytorgo and wife of Ma 8HII county caino Saturday to visit the formers mother Mrs Mart Mark well Mlssos llortlni and Rosa Foudry left Thursday tl visit their sister Mm Klhert San iulatn and tllllllllit Economy Illinois James Koyse of lIar here had a sale Thursday of hit personal prop erty lbwihL leavo this fur Oklahoma to mako Ills home Jackson Iliwkins after a visit to relatives left Tuosilay for his home ut Deiiitlir 111 Ho was IIIU lit ed by his nelce Miss Auto Hello Em bolts L 1 Okia- Horn to Frank Hunt and wile We Son IudII nice rain Saturday night Tile tobacco crop is about nil housed Tho diphtheria pattenls are nil improving Julio Dnughertj bought a cu1Col Mike Gray fir 10 The school closed hero this week on account of diphtheria Some of our farmers have miff edcutting corn and sowing wheat Sonic persons have quit rowing wheat on account of the weather Z T Urain purchased of Chnrles Stephens three yearling cnlvce hIt f5O Several persons of near here at tended the street fair at Suit Lick Sal u rdnySJohn Harmon of Hillsboro wile a truest of Brack Jones anti wife Thursday Ed Anderson of Wyoming pur chased a Steer calf of James Din ton fur Clinrles Stephens sold n horse mulo colt o Pd Anderson of Wy ouiing for 55I ll Mike Hedtiek visited Thomas Diugherty and rlllOiI11Il1r Slier hurne Saturday IOlympiaDavid Swarts is seriously ill nt this writing CJeorgo Swarts and Lizzie were in Owingsvillu Tuesday P N Moore of St Louis is tho guest of O H Graves this week John Penix who has boon Hick tot 501110 tinov is improving slowly Several from hero attended tIn street fair at Suit Lick last wcuk Mrs J P Gopher and Miss Anna Owlngilvlllo1lIeJdllY Reuben Swans and Witlio Shultz went to West Virginia Tuesday U workRoy Jackson of Louisville visited his pnfuiits J K Jackson and wife lust iek jMia EJnitnn Mock of Farmers tisited T Harrys family Saturday dtid Sunday Mrs Maggie Thompson of West Virginia is visiting friends and reluf tives lucre this week Mrs George Kincald and daughter of Stepstono are visiting her moth er Mrs J M Steele Miss Myrtle Harry returned homo Saturday after a weeks stay with her sister at Farmers Mr Cannon of Nicholas county ia visiting his sister Miss Vella and hit aunt Miss Clot McGlossoiiN Jurrett Montjoy went to Vest Vir ginia Tuesday and returned Friday with a bad case of home sickness Mrs Clay Shultz returned homo Friday from Ashland after a two weeks stay with Jior sister Mrs Til inajre Clark Mrs Claude McClnin and cousin of Bourbon county visited her moth erinlaw Mrs McClain and their aunt Mrs J B Lana Saturday and Sunday IDied Friday infant daughter of Swans and wHo She was burled Saturday at the Williamson graveyard The parents have the sympathy of the writer In their sad loss Sharpsburg Very little seeding has been done yet hero II C Stephens WAS on the sick list last week Sheriff Butts of OwingsvillewnB here Saturday A fine rain fell Saturday night It was much needed S P Moffett andvlfeoC Fowler Intlaro guestsoC relatives here John C Arnold Is one of the grand jurors from this end of tne county 5 E Rails and daughter MrsI Ella Stono were in Mt Sterling lastj Saturday Mrs Chins Bascom and Mrs Albert Browning were in Mt Ster Rug Tuesday MIBS Lena Howard will leave Fridny for a visit to Lexington and Louisvile 1John1Ifriends at Hill Top Montgom county Sunday John R Triplett sold to Frank Crouch two homegrown yearling heifers at 250 per cwt Mist Kada Triplett will leave Wednesday for n visit to friendsjMt Lexington and Louisville Nearly evory one has finisfIt butting tobacco and earn s tho order of the duy Hands are scarce wolter Whaloy wife And little BOD Arnilddf near Bethel pasaedp WM SI J up Thursday to visit relatives near Mt Sterling F S Allen end wife returned Friday from Mnrtinsville IndI whew tlmy went for the benefit uf the formers health Bothol Mrs ETGregory is on the sick list Farmers ore cutting corn and owillgwhcn A R Robertson began strippinJ tobacco Monday Jim Vice of Salt Lick is around seeing old friends here Aunt Jane Ailken of Lexington is visiting her neice Mrs W P Givena W P Baird is trying to get a rural mail route established from Bethel Frank Boyd and wife went to Montgomery county Saturday to look nt a farm Miss Marguerite lint te line returned homo lifter a weeks visit in Bourbon county Tom Crunch wifo and children visited in Montgomery county Sat urday und Sunday Mrs Susan Lane and daughter Miss Lula of Ml Sterling were ut K T Gregorys Saturday and Sun day William Land ho is now living in Alabama is visitingitt Jut Whaluys und viewing the old homestead tIhnlUlIB Coons and wifo of near Spencer Station Montgomery coun ty visited friends hero Saturday und Sunduy T S Rcbertson received about thirty weanling tattles Saturday anti Monday A U Robertson has received seven S V Evans and wife returned last week from a visit to their son LCWIH at Oklahoma City Okia and friends at Davenport Okia They report a nice visit till the Kontuckiuns doing well and hav ing good crops Slate Valley Mrs Maria Stamper is very sick Win Toy made 175 gallons of molasses Corn cutting N in progress here e crop is very gitod Born Saturday night to Mart Otis and wife u son Jjrs Andrew Coyle visited her daughter Mrs Dee Rudder Sunday Rev E E5 DAwson will preiielMit Slate Valley Church next Sunday Robert Toy sold SHHI Luthrl m three 2year old heifers at j3 per cwt Mrs Wm Tyrrfrli vftited the family of Sam STluliz Satur day A K Coylo wont Sunday to see his mother who isln very feeble henithiSMrs Sam Shultz hits been on thuS sick list since Monday but is ter now IJllck Toy nod wife of near Wy fining visited the family m Sam sjiultz Sunday Mrs Sura Cnyers anti litV daughter Nannie Belle viriiedMm Sam Shultz Saturday evening Chris Garner wife and di tighter Miss Lottie visited tho family of Holt Warren at Craig Sunday Wm Troylor wife nOt little sos visited the family of Mr Trnyhr uncle Dick Manley at Crulgs Sun Jay Montgomery Toy and children of Flat Creek visited the family of Wra Toy rican Craig Saturday night and Sunday Dee Rudder nail family visited Mrs Rudders parents A IC Coyle sun wife on Prickly AshSatUrday night and Sunday Chins Bailey and wife gave the young folks a singing and social at their homo Saturday night Abut thirty gupsts were present and they ill spent an enjoyable evening Stoops Some tobacco will bo stripped this weekRains have been very beneficial to everything Several from here will attend the races at Lexington Fire best advice we can give you is to not give any advice Mrs Thomas McClain is visiting relatives at Salt Lick this week Several from here attended the street fair at S ilt Lick last week Roy Byrd visited Mend at North Middletown Saturday nod Sunday Mrs TKCooiiS of Bourbon coun ty visited relatives here last week Frank Alfrey and wife of Rowan county are visiting tho family of J F Grooms cOllnlylItSH GIHuspJeMr and wife of cjunty visited their son Bert P1UUII ders lust week The football season is on hand and the harvest of foola promises to lJoI larger than over Mrs Ella Hamilton and children 0vIngv1hloSaturday Mrs Pete Goodan rind son Clellof near Owlugsvllle visited hero from Friday uuUlSnndnyeMrs IAif Warner and son R R Warner will leave this week to visit relatives ut Muncie Illinois Ernest and Miss Mary Qllluspie of Wades Mill visited relatives here from Saturday until MondnyI yonImow t some ona else talk on tho sumo sub ectuII L Ttaton and family moved to- theDurulIll farm near Flemings pUtchuledby oVerythis vicinity For the past fevyearsncrop lias buou a 5055 to most farmers r i I t tof tt tI u SahbathRchonl tiny was ohseiyed at Springfield PrcwlivUirlun Church Sunduy The program was Interest injr und instructive The children collected in their mite boxes 7whch they turnod over to the generul As Rcmbly for missionary money I Prowitt Causes Surprise Washington Cor Louisville Post A good deal of surprise is ex pressed over the declaration of Henry R Prowitt State Insurance Joininifinioiicr of Kentucky outlin lug hit attitude toward Federal supervision of insurance com lets There it a growing imprefaion throughout the country especially since the revelations growing out of the conduct of old line compan ies in New York that Federal su pervision would be n mighty fine thing for the policy holders This Subject iu going to be agitated vig orously and warmly nt the coming session of Congress and the move ment for Federal supervision will bo reinforced by a ringing paragraph in the Presidents message approving such legislation Mr Prowitt however can see no good in Federal supervision His interview given in this city while en route to New Hampshire to at tend the annual convention ofState Insurance Commissioners in full is us follows sj am hardly inclined to think said he that Federal supervision of life insurance companies is either practicable or desirable If the State olllcinls who are appointed to watch over tho companies would be alert and thoroughly alive to the necessity of safeguarding tho in tomcats of policyholders there is but little need of national interfer Once If the big companies ofNew York Stnte alone were held down to a rigid compliance with proper lo gal restrictions the problem would be solvedI of the opinion that out of the upheaval now in progress a great deal of benefit will accrue to the public Abuses that have beer exposed by the press of the country can no longer flourish Stinra of the Western States have already taktn advance ground and are RO tog to make n strenuous fight hot reform In the matter ot iisning deferred dividend policies there is pressing need of change No pucli system ought to be tolerated by any State Its only effect 18 to pile up II hllzl eurpuo and a surplus nine timea out of ten hreeds evil and extravagance The uccumnlations uf profit should be set aside for tilt benefit of he insured nnd regularly distributed to policy owners at least as often us onco every the years Another thing that culls fi remedy is thin pnytnntt of bIgsnl aries to olllcial This is u fruitful pauae of waste of money tilt along the line f r with high offieials setting a bud example it is dtlllciilt to practice real economy Corn ituuti let that admit of salts tied ollicals re ceiving in execs of 50000 n year very properly lay themselves open to udverso criticism The WormnqotThe Peach Kentucky Firmer and Breeder ThU noble fruit tree Iscomparu tively free uf insect enemies saveu heItween the Sup wood the nItrl brtrk In July Attaint and Jep tember a shy sttel blue tnoih with ati orange hell around the IIhlllllllCII deposits her egi jn t on the ground hue of thu root crown Theso hatch in twelve or fifteen days and their early growth is quite slow The maggot attaches lit the outer hark und tho first month or more of its life is spent on tho outer surface With In ortueed size rind power it bores hole into the bark nnd then eatS a channel through IIH but not into the sup wood The excreta i ejected to the surface hut the en trance is always licraieticully seal od so that no water can enter This life history nt once suggests that the right time to make wnr faro is when tile larvae is smalL When loose from its attachment it is almost powerless of locomotion und removed an inch rumlts chosen food will rarely ever rEich the coveted held It is thus evi dent that if the brink be thorough ly scraped in October it wiltre m ve almost every one of these pestilential things and this is the chosen tithe and just aftcr n show er when tho rough outer covering ilisuholld pliant is the time to scrape it A cavity should be lug down to the roots so that the work may be thorough This is what the pro fessional does and he only wants half a minute per tree But tho professional who understands his work is not now in contemplation but that vast family of little growers whose opportunities and inter eats are such that they will never become exports For these it is better to dig tho cavity just like tho commercial grower Mid then fill it with water hot enough to oculd a hog say 180 or 100 degrees Many experiments have demon strated that th grub CUll endure a belltIlf less than 130 degrees Many tests have demonstrated that purr of water quickly boilingwill not in tho least Injure a mature tree and that even grubs under the bark can be surely killed with absolute safety The temperature of the water quickly diminishes its heat will penetrate deep to bo n perfect sure shot Now a minutes further reflection will suggest that if around the l base of every tree there be built a mound fight or ten inches high the moth will lay her egg on its sum The larvae then begins life ill the stem not in the root crown a Now when the time coiucs to look after tile tree the earth is pulled down and the little scalawag lays fair to his enemy instead or being safely ensconced on the underside f an inaccessible root Let it be urther said that ashes or limo ore nodeterents nor a wrapping of the u stem of the least avail This is all i t ij rr I L J t IIMHoJ t Itntll ru Rrnw und till re is nn- Iia a 11 these Tho Poor Man Ccunts Item Biichu in ltliv ill Times J is tin1 poor man that counts after till III the Imsiniss of this country lie by the money hit pay maintains our vast industries sup ports the great stores in which the products of t ito world sire displayed lid renders profitable tIll commerce that we conduct on si gigantic a Fettle with foreign nations- Notwithstanding the fact that the concentration of wealth in tire hands of the few hits gone touch further in the United States than anywhere else in the world the common people have tho bulk of the money income It is they who do most of the buying wherever anything is for stile and but for the cash Which they handle and spend practically all of the busf hess now going on in this country would conic to an abrupt stop the stores would put up their shutters the faetoiieR would suspend oper ationsMndefinltely und our bonstcd commercial prosperity would come to an end Industrially speaking we should be ruined Tho biiiinesft of the TJnitcdStatea depends the COnlnl people for its maintenance the welltodo and the rich contribute of course Ihut only to a smith extent relative ly Without them it could get along very well though it is not In ho denied that their patronage is of much Importune There ore in this country nt the present time so tile stutisticuns liver 200000 families whose in come is 5000 or mote Taken all together they havo the spending annually of something like lfiOO 000000 a sum at which nobody would for a moment think of sncez itllhut although the total income of these families which in number Ire heRS than 2 per cent of nil the families III the United Stoics is so huge it is small compared ith the total income of the common lien pie There uro nearty twelve and n iinl million families composing the common people and their annual aggregate income is pretty nearly tIll billions of dollars or moro than six and haul times the a gr gitn income of t herichII ntJ the welltodo the average in tilt 1200 to 5000 chss probably get about 2500 a year wliildhe II er- lge family in the class whoso in conio is under t 1200 does not reckon its means ut over 600 per annum Nevertheless it will be seen how enormous is the aggregate Iopllrinu savings out of tho question have no less than 9850000000 to spend Call it a round ten billions of dollars and hut will henCllr enough to express the fact with approximate accuracy Ten liillfuns of dollars the com mon peoplehuve unniially to spend then against only u billion uuntlii half for lite rich und the well to do In othci words their total income is more than six and a huH times us great as that of the typically prosperous class Itappelrs from the figures giver above that only one flIlyolltul elljyran or over prupletllIplI are nately situated On tlie other hand tho incomes of the working class range from 200 n family on Southern firms to 1000 among the skilled workmen of Northern cities Only Olio pro fessional man in 100 in the United States eurrs 5000 u year and on ly one clergyman in 100 receives Ius milch as 3000 per annum for his 1ibor in the vineyard of the Lord But the situation ofafFairs as regards incomes in this country is in many ways remarkable WoUnd for example that 10 per cent of American families enjuy an income equal to the total income of tho re imtining 90 per cent of the popu latin Also it is discovered on looking the matter up that 1 per cent of our families receive nearly otis fourth ofthe entire income of the nation Uf course 8uehItbing cannot come about without the fin poverislimunt manyund thus we ought not to be surprised when we learn that onehlllCur the people of the United States get only onefifth of the total national income It is discouraging too to learn that oneeighth of the families in tile United States receive more titan onehalfof the whole national income But what shall we say when we are Informed that tlie richest 1 per cent gets more than the poorest 50 per cent Which means of course that the total pro duct of the property and labor of forty millions of people is taken for the support of 800000 who dwell in luxury- If you have one thousand in the savings bank on which yoU receive per cent interest or 30 per an aunt it is obvious that somebody else has to eatn that money in order that you may be paid To that extent then you are enabled through tho fact that you possess 1000 to compel others whether they with it or not to cohtributo to your supportIIf instead of 1000 you hue 50000 you can quit work for thoI rest of your life and can live with your family in idleness and reason ible comfort maintained by the abor of other people Without the annoyance of being u task inns ter you will enjoy the proceeds of their work Thus to carry this argument Inn ultimate point a man like Wil lioui WnldorfAetor because inheri once und the unearned increment of real estuto values has made him the owner of 100000000 is able though he has sever done a stroke f real work in lila life to keep up several palaces abroad and to live fife like that of royalty without its reepuzisibllitiesahlof the priv 3 I J t 55g Jilri5a t + I l I tJ I u z2 A Statement of the irintlafCQnQition ofBath County L rF On April 4 1905 it t IKD3UTEDNKSSTurnpike 32000 00 V iFunding bonds oiitHtandiiiK v 217Ci000p i f Total but t 53700 00 I ASSETS Cash III hands of Treastirpr Amount in turnpike fnlltllGSOjJj e 7 407051Aniotint 6 t Amount III poorhonso fund 00 88 t TotilcnQh72U 17 J trjAmount duo from Sheriff on tnrnpiko fund 4827a 09 k jLess amount duo Sheriff on settlement of 1i general expense account 2Ht9 12lStO7I3hi4 ti t Not debt April 4 1905 10585 85 g j iStatement of receipt and expenditures from April 19 l9O4i to April 5 1905 as shovvn by theSheriffs ettlernprt k and Treasurers repo t j iJ 1TURNPIKE FUND ACCOUNT Amount In trrnstirfrs liuiiils April 19 1901 307472 t41 Amount paid in by Sheriff f U1tJ l Total t 1255 It t 0COUpOllCoupons paid Jnny 1005 A SCO no f4t 00Repairs r8575 TJu llalance in TresiStirers hands April 4 11105SNcso Sf FUNDING BONDS ACCOUNT Amount in Treasurers hands April 10 leO 2t357tAmount paid in by Sheriff 2212 f TotAL 6160 61 CREDITS Ciinpousjafd July 1004 1 lOSOOO j1alnllcelnIreasurerfOENEftAT EXPkrSK FUND Amount in Treasurers linnds April 19 19Q4 4 3f349 f Amount bnrroweil May 17 1901 Y 2260 Amount paid in liy Sherilf Aiiiount 3254 00i A paid in by Sheriif 2212 81 i ajl 8060 41 CREDITS Amount paid note r24IoOiOO Amount paid iiitfrt t vv rf 9000 Amount paid II L Stone and G O Ewlnjr at nysnoi 08 Amount paid repairs for Court house S iB OlCCSS Oa 1C 4ji2 Balance III Treasurers IiandrAprll 490 cVAl pV J 3724j f tpooRflcnsErunAccojNIl 1 1iJAnn nut paid toy FQ V1U 29 IDQir Vrv ISO XI l 4 Amount juuulIIy Julio A Vlnchir Slarch t Ifcoi i 2 02 r v Total fS53 02- CEEDIIS f Deficit April 10 1904 fi Amount of orders paid 202 C3V2fi274 r Balance in Treasurers handsApril 4 1005 u IOO 88 1COUNTY LEVY AND ATVALORFM1AX YEAItIOOiV- Ti inet amount collected hy tho Sticrlff was 1982 21 rite amount ol claIms allowed by Fiscal Court and paid bySherilt i2Gm Si Which left duo t lie Shienilrc 2T70 12 i Less the bnlanvo in gl expense I372 12 Wlilnh left a drflcit of t lOlC 7n f This deficit was paid It y u transfer of Kufficlcnt futjthii tempo i rarily from the funding bond iutiiuiit h Tt 4S I Pop Virginia Screened LUmp and Pluto Cannel 1l WRITE OR TELEPHONE ROSE RUN IRON ojOLYMPIA KY TJBIjia SALE CXF1 Choice Shorthorn Cattle AT MT STERLING KY fHURDAY OCT 5 1905 Selection of 40 head from the herds of AW Hascom Owingsvillo Mrs E D Mnrphall and R H Young Mt Sterling Ky These cattle are of the Wild Eyes Kirklevington Craggs and other noted fumiliea and are in good condition With erich animallsold will be given a certified copy of registry 103t Sale will be held at i oclock at W TFitzpatrickV stable SAM W KIDD Auctioneer ilexes und luxuries of his existence being provided by a great army of men nnd women who are obliged to toil for hini while he plays Thus it comes about that as above stated the total product of the property and labor of forty millions of people in this country is taken for the support of 800000 persons who dwell in luxury In the United States seventy men own 3000000000 anti thirty others are worth among them not less than 150000000 To express it in other terms ten persons in this country possess an average of 100000000 eauhRnd there are one hundred other persons whose wealth averages 25000000 making a to tal of 2500000000 or three and half billions of dollars for the 110 wcnlthiest individuals There is no other country in the world whero such a concentration it riches in a few hands or pockets s to be observed The richest Dukes of England fall far below the average of a dozen American citizens in this respect There are three hundrfd million aires in Boston alone and seventy live in Pitts burg In three viljagcs near Now York there are to be found seventyfive men whose ag gregate wealth is at least 800000 000 and in this list John n locke feller who is supposed to be worth that much all by himself is not of course included IfcvVwV li AII The News i Per Yeaiv K z6oaaonAi 1 L Christmas Subscribers for Sub cribRrs to the Courier Journal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Walteri onBpapcrwantBFtn share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christ utile presents ranging Irom 10Q to 20 amounting to 600 in allTliera f will be four gentral presents of 100 50301nd no and sixteeri presents of 30 and 20 to begiven ill tIle states of Kentucky Indiana lrlVlrg1l1ia t and simple Write to the CoTurief Sotirnal Co Lottisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Courier jot5rni nl giving full details It will 10 rent free J 4 The Outlook antrTifce ij Commercial Gazette ryear for 140 TIe Outlook and daily j Louisville Post ont year for 385 4