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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I f 1- S t I M Fr1 j I t H bt A mrnillr i utio k4 i i VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 281905 NO th pLosvYarn finger glovo Re l un to 8 M PnrcoU I Born to W R Bailey and wife i i kForks Dec 19 A diughterJ co T Young is the authorized bf TUG OUTLOOK to collect 5agentG W Conher makes teotI b b Ib b1 110I= 7 n 13eo 18to W Tnun p erii daughtertoi HL Lane is agent for Wieder man bottled beer and Bud weiser bottled and keg AH who have property to vlMIpublic auction call on M D 7 Howill givegatlsfaotinnM SSSlRAYKD From arm1cou q north of town spotted roan 7i lioifer Liberal reward for return tu itIt Peod U u 01 rumrM1 John L Vice of Wyoming has DSi rel1oU60 and it receiving hie pur chases of tubiccnMt l r Dr G W Conner the dentiat 4 joC fl uses Odontundcr and all approved anesthetics for the painless os traction of teethdafoc 5 r The merchant had an enormous I Christiana tradoOn Saturdeiyabou i 1 I sorehouee WUI rowdec o l 0 4 t t tMefitaifwithengerbuyer8 ilI TOBACCO SALES John L Vice j purchased the following crops of tobacco near Odessa John Burton ternj Clarence Colllyera at 7c JAJ W Mauley of Bethel i j Bold and delivered to french the American Tobacco t t 1t CarlUle 25000 HIP of tobtcco f 74s rT ivUocourHoasi ANoLir Mrs Id a qj 4 Elliott ought of Mrs John Gillon V4 dI the residence on Main street nowI I re I Kjcupledbj the Sheehan brother L r = Vlosseuloa will be given April 1 i 1906 j r Will Dave Bailey of East Forks o + lAUalifieti as Assessor of Bath county one dayjaat week Hot drpuM1 211 lie Ben Joner of lcaBant Valley 10 + and Elijah Terrili of Sharptburg p alto qualified 4f t Ar LONG DBT SPKIU Some think it will be f dry here as the inside ofto f V powder horn after 12 oclock next Saturday night whilst others doubt 1 it The iilllcial forernst iaadrouth f thre t ars duration i I i r rtrofltn i It fI i liiiTinglatb7rhr lu03 UlfttilP j Sa 1I 1 tlfliue oujlmlsFe4lIIiei fIIJ beiIl2 atloWe and h a molr 1rfge fsmWe4zteiyof tIlls werk i NOTICIS Ihinat uola out our an ltl pilfI tind prtpring to leivt S r lire We wibslL tliiture Indthttd 1tIM In pleitre call and 3 ietmliI ir I hll coWNOTIClfTaTAXPATKU The hAW of C fquire nil property on which taxee jr tife not by Jan IflOOO tu be w- lMvfttiietlg r Taxpayers wllltl1ked J 7 waritingeenrdingly J 1 t t t TR ItnTTsSher1IT B C r ThPrflhbitlonliJtaorait filer I J lIngbth men and women hay CWorgaatzed alteaiptrto vote th e Itale of kmtoxteutiout dfMnntgom Jicry county and Mt Sterling It it tr will likely be a hard fight in the 1i i city ir 1JI WATUERMUd and 0weharaeterlze1 th li4terpartiflas t i 4eek JJa Saturday nlght tb- S td l h batdeaed down freeng heqkKief aaew SundiuiydMo daywtelIghtdaye r J I HROUTGOODrA8TRRB Albeiif c Skrtiit aonof Geo W f 2 Jo Branch neighborhood anaw w Mls MInnIeGoodpater dsught ir tcit Worth Gooclpaster of upper r Slate Creek were announced tobe 1 aarritd Wedneeday of thliweefcr1 CatuarxA TME Jlisa Hattiel I iJKtJ S a reiffteacler in the graded 31 gaTe Ii h ltJre Fri 1 lay cfterBWHi itsthe puplle1 of hi i depaiaeRt Thaa Li 4Darne J pireoaidid StClau TfirewaB 4 ft oae dttiee t i 1lktrfihMi agreat tiR- I cc A Tiwr Ai IT WasTlie con iiiijMrii if jtrTinrlrB in town trail MayoiIe n ance jtj3 i ar i7 Jijjaiiitt the tlng6i roa LRD 0 i ciidIieuamim crackere lteOBn 1 fttfcfttw ti TaVIaw is aYeryPropi eraewiate uf Bf tern ai ad of fireworks S f ISxixwa5 havinga k tlitJIiJke eflforce etodl ProWHtloB8Iawat 1i g Dc JlCK ho thedruItWaeIaedlaatweek onc i acharglOOaimd Mere are u t tith charge cltgaci thl m Iiytfce 1 8tB ll8i law f i TNi A iWoe irBI t HCTERituiEB to regai a OLD t a4 ae liiaywiw re ca J1 daoMectedoio 1 II LL i APEa A AIi8 tn lad U dctt 1Vf tk incCALL Fill L reUTLYJL ue5r ON EV iRTTMIl I T FAf TO CALLAT on1a T he 1 a b ito8ii 301 orRot itad t 1 GtuoJJ t Y5 t vf I fr j r t r L 1I 4j F li IJ f n l 11 i tIr 01 f ti j f or r r tc 1 i f iIotitor r PERSONAL Holnian Rico was in HuntlngtorSaVa last week wiotimilisle anti MiiysvlUo Col P M Goodwin visited at Mt Starling time past week Geo Shrout of Ashlnhdwns dow this week visiting relatives hisutMrs W S Phelps wont last week visit tier fatImertt Jeffersonvllle SIHaleMtster1vis forlteaITrIss Laura Colo of Motitufirery ttlyl is with tier sjttar Mrs WtPh PhelpsITJofl Jackson came in fromKnott Tennto spend the holidays with his family r H J Dully und family have returned from a visit to relatives nt tOrsSaturday to visit her brother Col If H EwIng Mm B M loodpast r and son ott of Sherburne1spent the holi ya here James Stephens and James Per kilts MpentSundnyand Monday neurcui emingsburg Rev B A Walton came Friday t0 spend the holidays with his wIle a tOti beMissesOf fMrsChas Brother of Lexington spent lIuJurJIfI Mrs T M Perry loft Saturday t 0 I an datin f sp Shetmother Mrs Belle Allen Morris Brown of Louisville canto to visit his parents T H Brown nito wife Saturday night Mrs John FreeIatidof4tStorlIntt- tIeen Sunday to visit her parents El poMtelrThtrncgitCljJtnin8 lay With Misses TUMrsof Lexington clime Friday to spend the holidays with relatives Emil Peters IIf Georgetown came pamiThouMiss Lillie Lnne of Mt Sterling enin lust vefk to viIt her brothers Jumps WHIU 11ora o L LaneY wi enfeuuilr ui 1tiSatii iIHturdatyi11jIS Kinny ar4 wife at Govlng- JtKi Mrs Hftirr Hopkins will havditub wxek to vitilt hilt parents edCProf 1 M Bromlpy of thn graded sI edlldt314unty it t and Will AndrewMiuiharSm LexlnHtl1nciI ne their grandparents Henry ricott and J 4v MeGliictywite and tWo clii Iwa expeltedWednttdllY a lliur Byrqn anti wIre psltlllnIo drhidsyE 1belJntoWtluu co- Yallace apdMlsa Louise GudgelU ho iireattnniUnjf Mrs Laura CruSdl school lnLoU1itvllICaiti Saturday apepdCImri8rnmstttm nie folk Claude Paxtbn wife and non But da atdrenXitl WjmHDaugjprty ud famllte M ofaryofarespfldIngChrlstmiith d1 f ild Jbb Wbcdid an id lDUil6tuiakerauaAYife PBEwing were Initiated In the ElkstLodge atT Mt Stoning Thursday JojClar neePaweEeiurned fromWin li- heater and Arthur Power tram speudd1elioUdaSs r Power aud wife Ed Bathes and vifo and Mrs Janelilackrion loft Sunday to visit Frank WVa Mclntyre and wife at Columbus Mason Botts who has beltwlth heeugineerlog spl3ndtheott8lamlly His brother Ectono same corps came Saturday iAIIcK University Lexington I aine Saturdaytovisit the family of f the son fThetersof Thomas FJcklluofPJeasantif hliMo IIAlexPr6fi FowlersKentuckyMlUtaryE t at Ky Is here for the b lld Y8 1heIn6tltutewlll1Je removedlo tweivn south of IE JacksonYUJe FlorUa at once Hl1d Alex wIll attend It there after t 11u holiday vacation Tay Aichiaon of loweii Elate Creok And 8aliie Eetlll of torange City fttteudiujf Madison FefInirtlWte r Richmond ifShroKt attending 1lamhitea ColleiteI QfIatteDdlrigClltnpbell aUcamaIaitweckrtd spend tleholllasath08lei THB OUt t 4xteuds corn jj mentsnrthlt seintoirtoitscorresppu eatsiuiJ 8H f C 4 3 f f7 I i The Owingsvillo Dancing Club will give a hop at the Courthouse ursday night of next week xtmis Orchestra of Lexington ll make the music BOUGHT FARM Alfred Eden has bought a farm n mile west ol northnpOl session March 1 Ho invites all friends to como anti see him nt hie new home weSHARParp Jr and Miss Lena Shrout re married at J Will Sjirouteln Sterling at 5 oclock perfurmed prlleaInautyThe bridegroom is a son of lion W alter SharpD- ANoEnoUSLY ILLElder W T- Tibbs of Mt Sterling Is reportei he dangnrously ill with a bloo clot on the brain ElderTibbs wai pastor or the ChrlstillnUhurch her many years ago flik wife is dead da U MarYI1LATERElder StJoslphIHospital months treoted for a seri s ailnientr She had recent gun to improve JONr8 CARTER Elder B HRo t tile home Sunday RrternOO united in marriage Mr Ben Jone and Miss Alice Carter both of tlW pleasant Valley neighborhood upper Slate Creek The bride is ughter ft Mrs Bettie Carter her deceased husband John Cart e Is n fine looking younf utd Is popular in the society that section She Is noted for l qUlllitLThe v con of Levi Jones and is a atea industrious young manof deser pularity lie is Deputy Aese huh county for the next fc f years Mr and Mrs Jones E OUTLOOKS best wises M hupp and prosperous Hfi CUTTIKQ AFFRAY On last neFday Wm olDltb son of J Smith of Sour Spttnga neigC I hoou took a wagon load of rail to Olytnpiii and delivered hjIk on his way to get piy ff me he was met HeulicnSf v oOIra LftfiasSwaria f faya that Swarta remurkedti i hKthnktcl3hlIU anl lfebLte hut hand nouse for hif brother Charley Smith r at he didnt like anybodj dnt like his brother anti bi 1 Swarts would jro away v v unted nothing tn do withv VxJj Swart It then alleged to hM rJiSmith an ugly name nd1 f him with a knife Smith tJ struck at Hxvarta with hit ith finally tell and Swart bed him in the phoulderblai flirting a severe wound i s nut rrestedat Olympia day or so onceunr t ANDREw MCLAINs DEATl yhisoclock Friday morning ar I burledbt Edens Chapel KV unty 7 Deceased waa aged ab years and was n Fllnof I f vv cCIdii of p ng count Jvmarr d MjJry Cali ugTter of John Duughertj rVIYe4 but was very eUmouiaat f tlatest report surviving children are Boil Nallie PerkIn1of Marion 0 ale wife of George IL Jape Eva wife of John wz1ewife of Gar Colliver Lillie ICe of Allen Campbell Owen ufi of- UotbandFJeming counties and tbePhitlpplnc8 a RMrthe and estlem hi Waimunlty isvesdeath He 7aa a farmer by orol1I tUon Ho was a friendly sociable WInTHG OUTLOOK oxtends iiSnympatby to ha sorrowing IrOnIXtOI- iat the Owingaville CenrertJiyTliearor coopWltbout d out the back door He saw the outlines of a man and made a dash at him picking up a lovely four wellllttillgbandler1s he intruder took flight and attempted to scale the woven wire ence but slipped and fell As luck ou1d have Itthe unknowns hatid- efl pa a rock and eail unnamed arose and throw the rock which truck Mr Phelpshitbe itomach rendering helpless The aauer escaped but Mr Phelps lay tit tt the coW some twe tymln teB his wife not being at home and nobody being in easy calling dls tance He finally recovered suffio iently to get batik into his house Like a philoaopherMrPhelps takes but to svlew of tie incident n ow that his atiffertnga are over butifheknew the identity of ssa11at what he would do to him would last until next Chrlatjnaa for rtlaonly once ina Ifet5m er bap JhatafMJUncmlngrurtjaw- eapon JUlt to bi baud i Little Virgilino Byron daughter of Arthur Byron nnd wife enter tained Wednesday afternoon from vi t IsitorIDIDiT COMEOFP It wna reported for some time before the boll da toyscouploonChristmas speculation as towhn they wereThe dding didnt materialize nnd the are nil in titedarkatioutitfa Co ofuntyis litgsil1eatCraek eBethelW Ittrheywll J I s ot 1 d f i4 H 4 t a t a aIr t a 1 a p V i ji s a I 9 Ii 1 p t a 4 JA Ia vi v I 5a a 4tother wfouldnl We l llouldJnjun Ik6 = lionr they have motc key dinners Xt NewportcPizenPet4Weljve eatbuzzarcjta pinch but Id m likei oegionjWhyObtOfl rtsked you if 3 drink f aLuscmanShe chedoniajaHitudinnas sphereItPhll adelphl Ledger Mona COiJTLyMy wedding cost mof O Tliutsnothing you ought to see what my divorce butt cost me Exchange TUAT TOOTOUMy tooth is ere ating a disturbancetyou swear a warrant for It What for Why the tooth that creates a disturbance ought to ba pulled Exchange JUST LIKE A MANl mushed my thumb nt the office totlaY1 an d you hollerIteJustHkeyolthe office instead of at homo where it would amuse baby Exchange f GETTISQ UP i REPUTATIOH H wish said Tltewodd to tbVs lawyer who was drawing up wlll to leave 25000 to each ot z employee who has completed iwen ty years In my service IButtbatI8 too generous stani mered the astonished lawtr Not at all Im going to fir all the old ones tomorrow and I fcanh Jive twenty TeajB Jonger 1m be a good adio toior kJ I J Im1w 5ya 1 iJ at IL Chap Shes all the world to ie What woild you advise xi tk d07CbollSte mOre of the world caJames tintoaitgi byThepjfalkativethe janitor made uso of long words whose meaning ho was iirnorant nilittlebuiffsterolyI a t faWhygoistakenijSucccss MagazineetfkisD aNn GENTLE President alls of the Bii Four Railroad acofon superintendent for eliciting irtuation relative to the deatruo of farmers property along the of the railroad The euperin ilent hadprioted blank form which was to be written among pr things the name of the eel it nd the kind of animal P 1q IQw tI at the botVilorar toa stum ijDispositiVn of carc5Ssi it bL 1 e jonrung tile death ofa cow turn in hia written report with lb0flowing set opposite the que L m last referred to Kind and utltmExcbangaBrA theret QO1mpoaanOn gremeJuaint old woman housekeeper in ho ofu friend uC mine jjehoolilto CQlynliEcpreesing mynpnreeltI ortl QOlilchi histII1U1eICI aIhnillyAntI what particular reason LCreachjjjalliuceuttnVn ExclllchJeIICODIIDKT EXPECT CREDIT Geo ed kde was listening gravely to acorn litnent At the end he said Thank yoU You remind macif Ce leaJnee of my first book I went to pend a week in n summer resort u tide of ChicHgo The landlord of the modest bo LLeuid to me l hehMrbelieve wa 01 blushed and smiled and an irered that I had written a fexv hatUe n topping bore the ndlordwent of Pu Well Im rather glad of that iid I fYes ealdihe landlord Hike men They near object to yil1g in ndvanclfhejarl u jLsx a rToo GAT Because Mrs R Payne Minneapolis author th 88 came all tho Jo Columbus gr adprosecutesled out of 10 cents George W rnhamnti prominent Chillicotlm H druggist was fined 20 and wa st treril rul Court Clnthe aetrjofefrisudulent riotjLnBarhard learned that one ftnfrihivWitneBB against him bad agatqfromHowserioua the complaint was reo he aided by the Government and be leaded guIlty 31r Payne was tbe chief wit dflnHaue of the prosecutionp he saw nn ad ents to give a certain remedy for exterminating rod ants She sent a to jThisSaturate with sweet oil l Uetl camhenthe fire MrsPayne has a s nse of humor thwrOtehey went after the druggist She says she acted beciuse of principle gandcentsJi JOB PRINTING Ketnember that TUB OUTLOOK is prepared to pm letterheads noteheads billheads ciastatementsreceipts invitations and all e of business stationery on the beet stock in tasteful style at the most reasonable prices Compare our anyjoboMeeandyour aivantogo to have us do your work We also print dsters dodgers pamphlets and everything usui ill turned out by a country job olWe have on hand for lato jji nyi mantity blank deeds mortgages oH leases cud other blanks THE HOUSE WANES i THE SENATE WAXEsSume days ago theUnited providingmoney to construct the Panama nal might be made the basis for tional bank circulation and that national bank notes thus creat should be taxed aa other nation bank notes are taxed The bills sent to theHnuaeand theHouee u vote of 857 yeas nays none t it back to the SeLate as ace of legislation the Senate hud constitutional authority to initiate The incident should be Of immense importance to every- elligent American citizen For long series of years the Houses been losing power The late unlea A Dana perhaps as good judge of such matters as any man of his day declared that the lure of the impeachment An Johnson had revolutionised our ernment thit it made thecx tive department all tcopow ul and gllh to the Senate an unwarranted importance at the expense of the House Then Mr eds rules adopted by the Dem ocrata in two Congreasof made the House subject to a Junta of veteran members and the House that should be the greatest senate on poworlndhasasserted itself thr other day when it returned that bill to the ate rh Senate will not mind ell it knows that theHouae lung age ceased to be a deliberative rtyr En par1Imintary4onditioneingland what they are with OB There the House of Commons bag been growing in power fnjr centuries d the best definition of the itish constitution ever given is t it is the will of the House of mmons a body that has the wer to uncrown King Edward y day it sees fit It is tbe atest legislative body intbe BrltillbEmllrer for life with us the term of nator is six years Lord Pal rston an Irish peer was in nstant dread lest he be forced accept an EngIshcerage and us neceesitattd to leave the mmons bribe Lords StrRob Wnlpole threatened to make footman as good a Lord ae ny of em wbentbel Lofdslie ted to vptp Oononton a bill tent theta from the Coammas- tey a t Agloriousstrongest array f men y and journalinlio talents one n ever encountered he accept a peerage and said bebad been Kicked up stairs The late Premier Saliabury then Robert thdinghen bis elder brother died child leas and left him heirto a splendid title and a vast estate his faithful wire burst into tears and saidBob will never be any more account he has to leave the Commons now that gispart even though he was a lord Chatham in the Lords Was never ththeCommonetbeeame the Earl of Bath who had been hteney in the Commons 8Ieyery vletsmv ereUtuiattonJ ftPthebsterthemesI believe as fine a burst of elo- enceas I ever heard was when Burke Cockrnn exclaimed In time JsHouse does not more frequently as rt that itself is public opinion Un totUncle Joe Cannon is a fine old man homely rugged strong abruptsgressive Intrepid Hti has papufsensebutour excellent Uncle Cannon engaged ROthlmIntoeaker and Uncle Joe chaIr proprlations Mr Fossjof Illinois approprlacionhpassed It to the Senate amended returned to the Honseand conference asked and granted Jrecededand when he brought his report in ncle Cannon Jumped into the Iraws voted FOBS and the t clllefofthoHonllesomething about the revenue cutters hls14pcechthatHouse of Representatives was a part of LhuAmenlcanCongresswhicl It hud been when Uncle Cannon first 0tt0lathering lila follow confreres old oe marched over to theSenatoclert i rapid positive In his gait as he ever is in his speech The conference Commlfteeon wastphatlc gesticulating vigorously with bis left was a rather hottersscrap Is pretty well described in the linear That iingtailedmonkeylrom the Tuscaloo Came on to fight the kangaroowjav lydraggedthegrwnd And ho curled his tall anti fought another round Inyer Itconfronted with the frigid serene adamantine arrogance of Eugene UncleCllnnonreport back to the House It was J 5A BIAS GIRTH Blanket SlIpWoet p t trtBuggy Robes a i d6f 1 Horse Blankets riA ilJlltuketfthem from the cheapest to tho best I lionpli a hem direct the 6A mills and rim fUfl9Si tlon to sell them chuper than over hpr Everyone knows that the 5A fliasgirtim Bonito iVs the best blanki made i a huyiiglogBlankets etc e Special attention to mail orct EUGENE IJflNIHIIoCj OwingsvJU Ky f RACKET STORE ffy 1 t b T ift ga X lf i 4 L f L t i 1 t Q F j J1i 0 iiJ CASH PAth FOR EGG f 24 f- ET HFLi- NJJNES Fi 1 J IAGENT FOR i VIRGINIABLACK BAND SCREENED pO1fj L- h j U orders promptly attended toPrks low t lowest Telephone 7O l f privileged and he got the floor deskftwasllkemanyence reportthe House recedeaLWhen the members laughtertbatlocatedUncleCtinllonhad dom of Scripture Letnot him that gl CSinceperhnpsdua to say that Eugene Hale ubltltvvutlymoreve him crealt for If some enter si offouldmeasure as advocator of er of it he would discover talents at would astonish the public He not an orator but he powerful and forceful debatpJnotso great mufoFessQiidon and scarce second Elaine If the President and Senate giilroadJIonthAleaderlihlp call him indolent that Is u Tatake He is rather careless or 8 atranqElr8thlnkorrather big man to be constructed at way oplnlontherlavHzard of KtiglIsh speech he ia In the class of Matt Carpenter andJohn knowledgeIltprodlglol1sli man for an adversary to let alone fortlinetomntln thiii merger caseand w- ust nli agree that It was a powerful peech and this whetlier we ngree with him or nut It Mr Knox shalerove as great in the Senate hnllraMorgon and Allison will not be on lbtst age n great while longer There rs a l tainthe hfnote hn known ilncoPuntclWebster poUtlCRhlltorlonspeeches of this milD will be full of admlrn tion for the iplendld InteUect that prcdao voldUferentsortofmaobout UncI Bama business affairs than C iannonthe subject Kenator Allison lias been orth many millions to this people nnd c IbeyeanslotuetoI senatorandUnuls and rarely agreed with him but not HeIImlslntormatlon but he can bold his end ofihelog In the Senate HrBalle Is a lubJectsthel l quotedlongper for worms JIU collengueMr Culberson i s tile lawyer In itatPumnnshlp not tho BaileyIs1oaldbeMr Bpoonor Is another leader of the 8on ate worthy any roans steel InJr ant his anlolonlstUman a1YIRust nxsembly And there wa a oocl deal of room to grow too SKVOYARD m TLANDOne tract of 110 acres bottom land one mile below Moores Ferry on Licking riverwith residence and outbuildings apple and chard plenty of living ter 14 stores timber One tract oficre voLhgttom lend miles nonthwThoStlt Lckwith residence and ouLYLI4iags plenty of living water for Plllt and firewood GARNER Mo t1 i r t j L lT J 15X JCornmissjonersSalek0 F Qarpcnter 4kcjPJJfrVP Ollio Carpenter dkc Deft By virtue of a judgment and cjrs derof sale rendered in the Bath- euitCourt at the October term 05 in the aboveBtyled case thrundersigned CoEBiHteftioner will 6 w s ab Jouter for sale to the highest bidder at public auctipo at tbeCourhouaa 1 door in OwingBville Kya tract of IJland situated in Batbeuiimv K N on Jrkfarm and bounded as follows Be nu1nm at a coffee nut tree in EJ line henCe with said Hamilton SO E 4 85 chains to a stone corner to same thence 8 86B tr cimisinstojuetbeforeaewauspaehee 7CO chains to a blue albcoraerta aame thence N 62 E7cbafnsto at stone near a large sycamore trew corner tl same aB8W SXarpeateir on the west aide cit the road anti branch thence up therOadancl ranch with VS Carpenter SilO V7630 chains to stake corner tcr same thence S 6750 E 48100 of a ItakecurnertoPitS Carpenters hoiireoasoatb ast side of the branch then w In gthebrnncbandwlththeroa 2820 E 4 30 chains to stake corner o saaie thence S 13 40VicJJahiW o a stake near W S Carpe t ouse on soutbcaat side pt the hranoh then leaving the branch andWltbthe road S 2820 E 430Lchains to stake corner to same theRceSttt5 Eli chains to a stotiff n east side of road corner to8amjr and LPStepheiear a gate ona i said road thence Sving the road and with a line of V P StephearRrf 87 20 W20cbalnitna stoae in k t line near and south of tha braBcIr and corner to the A J Suttfe lot theqce with said lot N 14 JW 2760 t chains tothe beginniogcontaininj t 5652acrEslfTerms Sale will he made ort a JwlJlwith approved security for the purchase price payable to the un dersigned end bearing 6 interest from date of sale until paid saidybOnd to have the force and effect of Judgment Alien will be re tamed on said land to Kerure time payment of the purchase H S COODPASIERf J J Ne8bHtAtty AUCTIONEI If you want the services otir jleercoTme Teov e t 4aat a 0 ca l s S cc 4 tI t t 4- 141sr ing JfSOK PUB CO Publishers 4 JfrNGSVILLE KENTUCKY a is PERSUADEDmI I am persuaded from mine unbelief And to the keeping ot my faith nm won I hICleus4 of griefyI could Since I had learned how hard It was to run- Where Ins wild tangle In the shadows m SPUR Denied my soul her rest however brief i j rTherein tVe crowd hose cheers a droop inr mateot Where the rain Gives to the easement of the common pain JJd And points one put the gates of fearvand fate t Where prays a penitent his Inmost pray er bai crat A ROSE OF G f- lJr in WttLUM B A WttSOH mIttenor of the woods they prepared for another advance This time Instead of kOf rushing directly in one solid line I tney separated running a few steps a ond then suddenly crouching down close ground Tile barricadep was finally reached and after waitclug to receive its fire they precipi tated themselves upon it before thew 4efenders could load again The t brushheaps were ignited and their t light served to render the foe more t easily distinguishable Tho chevalier 4wasseemingly at every spot along the line at once cheering his allies andaably directing the defense At t moment however just as the Udef i seemed about to turn against the at I tacking force the dreaded Iroquois l i ar yell was heard from the river at theoi car of the defenders Terror seized rI them believing themselves to be sury 4C rounded by the enemy and despite theefforts of Baugis to rally them they fled southward along the rivers edges A score of wily Iroquois had entered the river above and swimming noise 4 11 lessly down until they were Vrell past the fort had landed and approached tbe besieged form the rear making as much noise as possible hoping to be CI able to deceive them into thinking that 4Zt a large force was behind them They I succeeded admirably and soon the en I tire space about the base of the fort 4wasone mass of ferocious hostile 1i faces Tonti in the meantime had directed I i the fire of both of the cannon and the guns of his men to the best advantage The young Indian he had posted to watch the river for any approach from 4Jthat direction had reported nothing r Was nowhere to be found whet the yells of the small Iroquois band i proclaimed the success of their under taking He saw with tears of rage in his eyes the retreat of the allies under Baugis There was no time to afford ta him aldas ithejbrt was surrounded hcouid ortterapotIoir ofbl8 1 melttothelrasslstanceA has been was mac ceeslble from three sides so the whole I j attention of both the attacking party and the defenders of the fort was di- rectedI lsth remaining side The approach here was by a zigzag Zi e path less than four feelln width fashioned out of the rock Up this path the savages swarmed only to be I 8hot down or crushed by stones let drop from the walls above The num Ler of Iroquois however was so great that no sooner did one fall than an other took his place t T ntlWusurprlsed In not seeing hUron anywhere for he had sufficient knowledge ot Indian warfare to recog nize his directing hand lathe mode of attack so different from the methods 0 ittsnaily employed by the savages Pompon with eye ajert to catch alght of the villains face moved rapidly aboutthe enclosure finding time occa 8 j slonally to run back tothe lodge where the nuns and Race were to assure heS of Tontls safety and report the prog ross of the defense He always re turned however to TonUs elbow ald I ing him In the carrying out of their ef lorIs to repulse the horde slowly t climbing the pathway a painful fact made evident by the glare of the blaz leg brashflres The ride ot the fort towards the river being furthest from these fires t Vwaa In comyamtlve darkness The i4i thaoe IUjBOt BO eep however as to preyeat an observer had he been prea vnt TroiB seeing the figure of the young z Iroquois Bpy sllpj out from a place ol p J conceaJiseat and mounting the plat P7t form peer anxiously over the edge into f v5t the ri9err below In answer to some tT signal he stooped and picking up a fI tftB object fastened one end about tPt agstait1oa the fplatfprm and threw ft Ihe other into the river He l miil be heard a splash then mount 1bigover the edge of the palisade he He had procured a strong t i vine rope and Unas erected his escape t V He had beea geaebut a nhort time when a sound aa of someone ascend ngrthe rope coaM have been heard J s S ind soon a hand touched the top anti the half naked figure bt a man ap 5 peared Het cautiously edthp 4 r iiaaow and rapidly approached onej j jJ p rfteranothbf the small buildings In i 1W encloBurellBtenlng at each one be I forepaaelng on to the next At length j V i eaaae to tho often which the nuns c iit Renee were anxiouslyawaltlng the j tI ecrthe fight Tlje nuns were jrayJHg while Henec isriih rosary In ta tdsat beside the burning pine kite i tor every sound Pompon it hil Just left her She strove to con aaf cItrte her mind upon the beads IB l l 1herhand She looked down A noise at the door aroused her Perhaps It IJ r war Pompon returning with bad news i She pveia ah riek of terror The door i jwd opened and the Comtede Mire l ftIt 4 la aH the ferocity of his Iroquois war t- 4et IatWall a knife held between b h t r ri te tBt Mood Before her c TkeBt on seeing this terrible a l MjlUpn ran to the farthest corner q3S J P lrea approached Renee before she Iof f i owW overcome her terror sufficiently t jtlwove snatched Up the light ap1 rJtiP r fed it to the bark wall of the lodgeI f whlefe qulokly IttCdrSS1d Renee In kits arms ud wu gone qif t tw Tbe beWe still rsked turIotsly tor rr ie poacooolon ef tile gate Already 1rt tlleline of crawling climbing J 4Y alMost alaed the top of 1he p r MUsatlon was dprate 4l y Slesm If Iiosrondet ap J Jitj i l TauiJ i t L4J 1 J i I I 1o lr Iff lj t i tl P i- i4tdI 1t tJ i j 1l t J ry fL t JI 5aJ st tCAot r r t t3- + Sc t tJ 1 f71 f1 i t4lr t r y i lr4 c tJf I qI Sj r iS or fI rI 1 tJ j7ljtfy0 r Jt ti 1tr-cr 0 I j 4 1 H 2 within the entrance We can do noth it these hoods once really enter 1ljTheueslteUngJoneBaid M le Capi flj lalne will Jlot ndedJsr loi dlnate were to make a suggestion It only our great extremity that leads e to speak Non ccrtalnement replied Tonti Speak up and let us know what you Ize in mind You will remember some time ago ou placed in my care the work cf ex cavating a new magazine In which to store our pdwder Yes Well as M to Capltalne left the- mentire task to me the choice of situa tion nt well ns the oversight of the to Excavation I Go on cried Tout impatiently as the yells of the savages rose louder than before Indicating that an ad anco had been made 1 thought it might be ft good plan sometime to lave a mine laid ready to e exploded So you I made the excavation so that It would lie just beneath the outside path some score of feet from the top Sangue ell DIo cried Tonti Joy itustyinto his mind We are saved of You mean to fire the magazine beneath their very feet and make an opening the path they can never cross That was my thought replied the young man modestly flushing with pleasure as he saw his leader approved It The powder has not been stored there yet but can be in a very few omentabTonti and place half of nil our stock powder in the new magazine and arrange so that it can be exploded on fiInlied the youth and hastened away to- arry out the commandlHold out e shall blow these devils to perdifion shouted Pompon in the the line of men defending the pass A cheer was the response Soon the young Sieur de Bolsrondet returned It is accomplished he reported with then a strange lull in the con sounds of the combat occurred t lasted but a few seconds but dur that ollencn there came to the ears f the men the sound of a womans scream from the Interior of the fort ard Both Tonti and Pompon recog nized the voice and turned togetherI The light of the burning building was een and they started at a rapid pace Tonti shouting to the Sieur de Bols rondet to take command until his re turn More agile than his friend nerved to action by the fear in his heart for Renees safety he gained the other side of the fort first By the ight of the blazing lodge he beheld his enemy ascending the platform bearing n his arms the form of his beloved With a cry he sprang after him Miron heard his voice and having gained the top turned to meet his foe Tonti felt for his pistol that he had placed in his beJi but found that it had dropped out Jin his hasty prog ness Nothing daunted without a weapon herushed up the little ladder and grappled wllhthlsenemy Mfron dropped Renee and received Tonti with a smile of savag joy brandishing his knife Tonti struck the arm holding the weapon a furious blow with his Iron hand to force him to drop it and seized his throat with th other Mlron still r rained Ills knife and Tonti by the faSt Increasing light saw the blade descend and felt as it were a redhot iron plunged into his shoulder Again it fell this time into his back A blackness ffll suddenly before his eyes His hold upon the throat of his adversary loosened a roaring filled his ears followed by a great explosion which seemed to shake the platform on which they stood and he fell back and knew no more Mlron did not stop but throwing his knife aside stooped down and gath ered Renee who called loudly for help within his arms again He approachet J the palisade and had already made preparations for his descent when he saw Pompon appear upon the rampart With an oath he drew back es2 pvt ting Renee down once more made ready to receive this new attack Neither of the men had a weapon but each sprang at the others throat like some ferocious animal hey clinched rand struggled to and fro neither wa able to throttle the other so evenly was their strength matched Renee with streaming hair and terrorstrick en eyes dragged berseJlSownrds tb motionless form of Tonti oat of the way of the combatants who swayed from side to side in their desperate ef forts Nbw Mlron has the advantage as he strives to trip his adversary but Pompon quick and agile recovers his footing and the struggle la re newed oh equal terms Backward they hupseltfrthe yard of tide tort by a desperate wrench They turn and twist and turn again The rough planks beneath their feet creak under their tread the whole structure vibrates with the violence of the fight At length Pompons strength a dlofall and he felt the grip ou hi throat tighten while Us owa tiowl relaxed They were alone the din c battle the shouts of the French an the warcries of the Indians his cars from the other side of tb fort There was no aid near H could not maintain the struggle longer He glanced at Renee crouching help less and terrified beside his friend and a look of high resolve cam into his eye that made his ugly scarred countenance glow with the beauty of a noble purpose a look his antagonist saw and dreaded Renee met his glance and understood with the cry Adieu mon Capitalnel be forced his foe back by one supreme effort An other step toward the outej edge tmade and a grim smile of satisfaction appears upon his face One mote Mirons foot slipped in a pool of Ton tls blood he strove desperately to reo gain his balance and failed and U two men locked fast in a savage en brace swayed to and fro an then plunged headlong over the edge nior the palisade and fell down down through the blackness of the night hand disappeared beneath the dark surface of the swiftly moving stream a- tpthe toot of the cliff- CHAPTER XXVH TIlE END IS REACHED AND TONTI COMES INTO HIS OWN Weelr after week of suffering fo lowed for Tonti The desperate to ture of his wounds se tthe fever mounting to his brithand he tossed wearily about fighting against numg berlees foes living oxer Bgaltv many of the events ihwhlch he jiad passed dltbe last two years In i nIl hlSyX dld the lowering sin s Lter rB through all VMoriajot Renee HitV V res fixed upon him It J f l S s Brrf iR tt r I Ii ti 1 J o J ft0 t I times glad and laughing now sad ant reproachful and again with the love born of a deep and noble passion A ining through them At times tlc A Iiit1rAh mobs anti he would murmur did you bul know the task your friendship Impost did you but real the heavy load your confession of 3 your love for Renee my Renee laid upon me you would not hold mo worthy of reproof Could you but havo 1 seen my struggle dally hourly to trample down the love that had sprung into existence at the same time na youV own to maintain the honor of y word to uphold that fallhfulnesiIyou that I know was had to offer to her memory 011Iwould have pitied me Again his other friend stood beside him and he appealed to him Mon cher Pompon he cried you know the temptation I was subject to Yot must know for you were with us you heard with me the music In her voice more delightful than the harmo nies of many births You heard her step lighter than the soft summer wind blowing over the Sicilian fields You saw the warmth In her cheek how was ruddier than the distant glow Vesuvius against the sky at nightaYou felt the grace and charm presence pure as that of nn angel freshr from the throne of God sweet as the memory of childish days when one fell asleep with the melody of a mothers voice soothing one tars Yes you know It all for you were there You know I triumphed but at hat a cost to have ones hearts lood squeezed out drop by drop and yet unable to do aught but smile at each fresh pain At times he fancied himself and in great nngutsi Then would the gure of Renee robed as she had been while waiting upon the sick come and ut to his lips a refreshing draught or ay her soothing hand upon his fe- crlsh head At the touch a delicious of coolness suffused itself throughout his frame and peace anti restfulness would come By and by to HE SAT IN TIm DOORWAY- he would dream he awakened and saw Renee sitting near with his hand rest ling lightly in her palm He knew It was hit a dream and did not stir lest it should vanish and be replaced by one less pleasing Once the figure leaned over him and touched his forehead with her lips One day as be lay still watching 4he dreamfigure beside him his vision cleared and he knew liftas awake He flushed lightly and withdrew bls hand and Renee realized that her patient had regained con Rclousness He soon slept this time not to dream but to gather strength Thus did he sleep and awaken day by day IJach awakening thanks to the effect of the ointment Renee had found in Pompons bag brought a feeling of renewed vigor and a sharper bound to bis pulse that sent the life stream quickening to every part Whenever he roused himself he saw the same pa tient figure of her whom be loved watching praying beside him She would not 1st him talk but ere long admitted the chevalier and Bolsrondet Their hearty clasp of the hand and jVperlng words urged on his convalescence They told him little by little of the events of that awful night How after his leaving the gate the Indians had advanced along the path with a rush aid Bolsrondet had on his own responsibility fired the mine which sound had been the last his ears had heard when he sank beneath the murderous hand of Miron How IItlO chas forned by this explosion had presented any further atlacfc ipon the fort How Baugis had finally raf lied his forces and approaching the Iroquois from the rear had made a strong onslaught Just as they recoiled from the exploded mine and slaugh ered many driving some into the river sad putting the rest to flight pursuing them for eight days until the hosts that had assailed so boldly were reduced tOI few struggling bands that slunk despairingly hpme ward In answer to an Inquiring look they told him that Miron was dead and that Pompon had gone on a Journey Lazily he watched his nurse as she moved about the room half regretting Rhis daily increasing strength that warned him of a coming time when ifhe would no longer need her assist dance and would lose the delight of hav ding near him But he shrank from contemplating that event knowing tothat the taking up of their separate once more would tax his powers to the full Then came the days when propped up in a chair be sat in Iethe dpbrway and enjoyed the bright sunshine while the Indian chiefs and soldiers came to pay their respects to the commander they loved One afternoon after he had been able to stand and take a few steps he was told by Renee of Pompons end Of the sacrifice that he had made for her twosmen miles below the fort still clasped in their fierce embrace How the Indians had stolen the body of the comto and burned it amidst execrations and male thqrclosure of the tort close to the scene of his death struggle tTo Be Continued Cnder ro nd Wotk William Radcllffe physician to William III and Queen Anne was a parsimonious old fellow but he roe spected a roan of his own stamp Onetime he had had some paving done on his property and the workman came 11to him to demand his pay What you rascal do you pretend to be for auch a piEce of work cried the julser Why you have spoiled my pavement and then covered It over with earth to hide your bad work Doctor replied the man mine is not the only work that the earth hides You dog you laughed the Ulan ol physic are you a wit You must inS poor Come In And he pad hiss i 43 + t 7 1 I I rt I lU v NEW YEARS DAY iAiIDANOTHER DAY I a Day and a Goad Beginning Irbe BUbwaj sal Bfwij ea- cbrrsr m Scriptural plrAlIolThls one thing do forgetting those things which are be hind and reaching forth unto those things which lire before r press toward the markffur the prize of that high calling of Christ JeIhll3I3 1- 4ALTI1 was plan nlng great re forms for the new year It was hla annual habit to o fr41 subject himself tot severe and crlt I leal examlnatlou deploring and con leniulng the fall t TV urea and frlvoll ties of the past year and arrang ing n most exemplary t pro gramme for the ew year loon to be entered upon He made a fair start and with he ole fidelity canned out for a time the course of con uct marked out buta Bomehow or other the newness of the new year bad scarcely worn Itself away ere he had grown weary Jnwell doing like many another and a few spasmodic efforts against failure nnd some sharp twinges of co In self zl graduallYItlell with the j Yes ho remarked to his s who bad been chiding hIm for his hours and corresponding late rf which made him go Hllpplng st faccdly Into the office after all th were busy at their desks Yea going to turn over a new lent wit Now Year I know Im running af too much but wtiata a fellow jtdo when theres so much goln The rest of the fellows are on t all tho time and why should My but Im sleepy he nrtjlurH tried to rnpre th rI5lnB of n enl yawn Dozed off over today be laughed gu lly PC1 boss looked sour enough tto T the milk In a dairy Oh by theres a rumor about the obice Jim Roe Is going to get a prom and raise tho first of the year II ways was lucky Was it luck or hard work a his sister quietly Wasnft It Roe who excused himself from Ing your club because ho was stl Ing nights to fit himself as audit V bookkeeper I Yes reluctantly admitted L brother Jim has worked bard guess he deserves all that Is COWl I to and himtv But Im going to dig In next yeiaand earn I welldone good and fait ful servant as well as u pro matt that will make even Jim look euvio What do you fay sis And with an air of sellapproval waited for her response I now she replied b 1besOh the first of the New Year the best beginning time It sprtkY fits In better But If your good resolves are lIe able forthe New Year why are tl not desirable now vr Oh pshaw do ejaculatedf goodnatured impatience as ho on j his coat and reached for his I undue haste is unseemly Tho slam of the door and the me whistle that beat time for the qu stroke of the receding footsteps ca as the emphatic echo of thegoGl and made sister Kate must be patient and Those were Ralph those last days waltBand when New It found him taking an indulgence which sonable in view of the it a holiday for him and that be had retired until long after midnight b Ing attended a New Years Eve as a final windup before turning the promised new leaf And then he felt more In the mood to think d his good resolutions while lying bed It was so easy and comfort toglan there rH 1tsLitipout the programnj my mind and tEeTrg t up write it down before dinner 9s4tered to himself when sister K called him for breakfast and he h dreamily recalled that It was the flj day of the New Year on which he was to start his many reforms Once during the morning after he bad risen his sister passed the idoor bUItotlclogdesk sIte did not disturb him She half guessed what was engaging him so closely but was hardly prepare for the elaborate set of rules of conduct which he presented for her approval when she went to call him to dinUerl There he exclaimed with boyteh enthusiasm as he placed In her baadsi the resolutions which he rfully Inscribed In his bold free hand upon a large piece of cardboard Im going to hang that up at the foot of my bed It will be the first thing my eyes will see In the morning and I will find it handy to run over the resolutions while I am dressing The reason good theyIcase With me and with them staring me in ttte face each morning and me repeat whlcbImy at to the last one thatrcqulres the read lag of one good book a month Im bound to keep that new leaf turned and make a good record What do you think of IU IWell she replied hesitatingly as she ran her eye over the dozen or more resolutions that filled the card you have certainly planned a rigor ous programme butOf abqutILvery start Colony a Failure The Russian colony in ChlrlquI Panama has proved a failure The gov theLcolonlststheir failure is that they had incom petent directors Bostons Necessities Boston spends 6500000 yearly for baked beans and if some statistician will give the amount expended on eye glasses It will be an easy matter to laacute how much Is left for luxuries 4 f r z Fi 1 10 r3 rj d Kate checked the bit of admonition which was on her tongues end for she saw it was useless to speak now and the dinnerbell sounding at that minute they both descended to the diningroom The days that followed found Kalph holding faithfully to his schedule There were freqiwnt little lapses that he found it easy to excuse himself for but the first real break with his resolutions came toward the close of the third week lIe had grown less and less prompt about responding to tile call of his alarm clock and one morning tho little catnapI lengthened into a deep sleep knew nothing more until slater Kate was calling him and telling him that It was halfpast seven 1n didnt have tlmo to read his resolutions In fact- late he had been rather neglecting thpt selfimposed duty but hurry as fast as he could after gulping down hla breakfast he was unable to reach tho office until long after tho schedule I1of 830 After that things went from bad to worse and soon every resolution on the card had one or more bud marks against them and some even were beginning to be entirely ignored With disappointment and discouragement at the failures came a reckless indifference to the fine pur poses of the new year and one morn- Ing litter late hours the night before nd a spending of the sum pledged to the weekly savings account Ralph sprang from his bed as his eye fell upon the cardhis silent auser- and tearing it from its fasteinng threw it Into his waste basket Thcfesister Kate found ItantljI t 1 St t e 4 k a f s a r 4C a P t 1 v a e a tSt re ISr r 4 J SS i t 1 J ei Ie lS v Jt t ff ti f r vt r e vS a SS bIL T 0 uprY Tere sure enough was ihe motto and had he not been so eager to read its njfs sage he would have noted how really beautiful It was J ith its handsome red bow in one corner and the gold letters standing out from the rich background as though carved in relief He read and reread thq words This one thing I do forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forth unto those things whlcH are before I press toward the mars for the prjzfiflt the high calling of Cc o5isti Jesus And nj3 Bisters words recurred to him and he repeated whufpthe light BtGte lnto his heart Id rather have one purpose that would lead me wit and away from my own little self aria what Jt may of itself attain than follow a dozen daze zling virtues that would have their beginning and ending within t gjirs row borders of my own human will and my own selfish ambitions Going closer to the motto and scrutinizing It carefully he suddenly exclaimed Why its my resolutions done over I wonder If I could bo made over if the same mottp were written on my life And as the thought swept over htra hersank to his knees and softly re peated with a prayer towards God and a new resolve within This one thing I do forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forth unto those things which are before I press toward tbe mark for the prize of the high calling of God In Christ Jesus IEat Deans Worth 6598272 Bostonians are still true to the baked bean They spent on their favorite diet lost year more than the cost of two battleships or 659S272 Accord Ing to wholesale dealers 68732 barrels were consumed The demand Islu creasing The king of Spain In tbe evening gen erally rides in the palace grounds an after a simple repast usually alabout 11 oclock J7i I Y- i i i it I zt Iliiz tN 1 STATETTEMS INTEREST BOLD YEGGEMEN Crack a Safe and Take 2500 Leav- Ing Only Some Pennies Corinth Ky Dec 22ats the result of a bold safeblowing and robbery here the Corinth Deposit bank Is out 2500 Some time after midnight the bank building was entered and the safe blown open with nitroglycerine and its contents rifled That the rob bore were deliberate In their work was evident by the appearance of the bank when Cashier O W Tinned reached it For want of a carpet or rugs the cracksmen had walled up the outside of the safe with books and folded newspapers to deaden the Eofmd The sate contained 2500 In currency and some valuable papers One thousand dollars was in gold an other thousand in silver and the remainder In paper money The cracks- men took all the currency with the exception ofa package of pennies which had evidently been spilled on the floor MOSES BUTCHER DEAD For Nearly Four Decades He Served As Statehouse Janitor =Frdfilrort Ky Dec 23Moses Butcher the oldest negro Janitor at the statehouse died after 32 years continuous service Before the war he was the slave of Frank Butcher of Lincoln county and went into the confederate army as the servant of his master who was captain of a com pany Moses was captured by the union soldiers and became the serv ant of a union officer Months afterward he was recaptured by the con federates and the first thing he did was to hunt up his former master When he found him they embraced like brothers He has been the porter or janitor for the state library since 1891 and was known to nearly all the- politicians of tho state CORPSE UNCALLED FOR It Has Been in the Express Officeat Mayfield For Two Weeks Paducah Ky Dec 23A coffin con taming a corpse has been in the ex press office at Mayfleld for two weeks 7 lled for It came on the nofthr und train from Union City Tenn The box Is addressed to T McGee phis person has not called No one Knows him Many people have exam bed the coffin As there Is no morgue r vault attached to the express office Ir Watts says he will have the body urled somewhere It It Is not called r within a reasonable length of time f le express charges were prepaid at A lion City NRY WATTERSONS DAUGHTER tds Alexander Gilmour a Prom I nent Louisville Business Man i I Louisville Ky Dec 21Mlss Ethel Mtersoo youngest daughter of Mr Mr4Hr7Vatterson was Wed 4 ay lr Wat SflS rr1e4ijjabYl k lc ni fIl 14 ow1l fllh ftIples performed tbecereaony young couple went east for Ihefr ymoon It was the 40th annlver of the marriage of Mr and Mrs erson Gets Bullet In Brain ducah Ky Dec 93Yd Hol yblew out George Travis brains p the latter was acting as peace ar Holloway had trouble with an town man and was in the act of ting when Travis stepped bo in and received a 38callber bullet Ie brain Holloway made his es Change of Venue Refused Chester Ky Dec 21 Special John D Carroll of Henry coun Id court here He refused the on of plaintiff for a change ofr in the case of Earl Woodford st B P Schrivener and Sheriff son McCord for 10000 damages a horsewhipping given him by Ivener Fatal Dispute Over TreeI4ucah Ky Dec 22 Jyn farmer was shot and killed ty Mrs Ella Gholsori lung widow in a dispute oven thewoman wanted to cut down waltliiJPrjorrefused to allow her t klm 1nJ a on his landsane 8cIn MarriexyYsLexington Ky Decvtt VxS jiWhite of this city ce1ebratedrllb- irthday I and is hale and hearty H r husband Is 78 years old and they cele brated their golden wedding in May 1895 and have now been married over 60 years They have no children Indicted For Gambling Owensboro Ky Dec 23 Martin Yewell whose term as mayor of Ow ensboro expired a few days ago was indicted by the Davless county grand Jury on the charge of gambling Tin alleged cffense was committed while he was mayor New Distillery Co Frankfort Ky Dec 23 Louisville men are the chief stockholders In new distillery company which filed ar tldeb cJ Incorporation with the secretary of state The company is known as the Old Prenticedistillery- Meetingof State Executives Frankfort Ky Dec 22OOv Beck ham Attorney General Hays end Insurance Commissioner Prewitt have been invited to attend a meeting of state executives at Chicago February 1 next to discuss the general subject of as Christmas Gifts Covlngton Ky Dec 22EmpToyesl of the Citizens Telephone Co were made happy by the receipt of sums of money equaling 6 per cent of their salaries for one year It Is paid as a Christmas present Cooperage Plant Sold Richmond Ky Dec 2L The Humo cooperage plant was sold at public auction under foreclosure proceedings and was bid in by Thomas S Burnam of this place for 12000 Mr Bur nam was acting for Hiram Blow Co of Louisville Fine Old Home Destroyed Paris KyDiJe21Tho fine old country home of George W Morrow near Cllutonvllleths county was de stroyed togetner with all ontents by fire of unknown origin The loss Is 4000 Withno insurance WITHOUT ALIMONY The Bankers Daughter Gets a Divorce From Young Bronston Lexington Ky Doe 2Mrs Edith Alexander Bronston daughter of Goo W Alexander the wealtny banker of Paris Ky hiss been granted a divorce from Thomas Hughes Bronaton of thisIcity on the ground of Mrs Bronston entered suit for divorce and alimony Young Bronston toads j a fight on the alimony proposition and engaged attorneys The case was to have come up at this term of court After a consultation it was agreed that the plaintiff should withdraw her alimony plea and accept a divorce which was accordingly granted Bron stop js the son of Charles J Bronston of this city FARMER GILBERT Testified He Had a Compact With Feltner To Kill Fields Irvine Ky Dec 22In the case of Moses Feltner on trial for the second time for the murder of JsseFlelds ttrfrflfSt wltness calfed Was Henry Thorpe whirls serving a fiveyear sen tence for murder His testimony was contradictory Farmer Gilbert from Breathltt serving a life sentence in the penitentiary for robbing and murdering an old Italian couple then took the stand He admitted that he and Feltner had a compact to murder Jesse Fields The prosecution has closed and the defendant is now on the wit ness stand DESERTED THE BABE An Unknown Woman Became a Moth er on a Car Louisville Dec 22A woman whose Identitfis unknown became a mother oq Brook street car No 33G She deserted her offspring at Fifth and Main streets and when last seen was making her way toward the river At Sixth and Main streets the child then lifeless was discovered by the conductor He said the woman was middleaged and wore plain clothing She said nothing as she alighted from the car but seemed to be In an almost fainting condition SHOT FROM AMBUSH Prof J R DsMoss Wounded But Not Seriously Lexington KyDec 23As Prof J R DeMoss a county school teacher was driving to this city from East nickman an assass hcion him from an abandoned b e bullet struck just above Uieflkaft but was deflected and the woUDdIIDOt dan serous Near the same place lost June DeMoss was shot and dangerously wounded by several negroes whom he had antagonized A Centennarlan Dies Sergent Ky Dec 23Levl Mullins aged 101 father of Ira Mullins whu was killed In the Pound Gap massacre and the oldest man In Eastern Ken Kfecky is dead at hia home on Lowei JHchorn creek In Pikejl fPt 111 a to threequart iia century Struck a Good Well Campton yDec 2f Salmon Welsh who has teen drilling for oil in this territory struck a well of the gusher variety on the HC Garrison farm about two miles west of this city after drilling two feet In the sand The well flowed oyer the top of the derrick and contlnued to flow for some time Wartt It Annulled Louisville Ky Dec 22 Twenty labor organizations of Louisville Lex- Ington and Paducah have signed a petition to President Gompers for the annullment of the recent State Federation election and that represents tire be sent here to investigate Bank President Quits Louisville Ky Dec 21Il CTrl g of Glasgow president of tie Trlgg Na tional bank who is visiting in the city announces that after 40 years service in the banklng business he has sold the major portion of his holdings and retired frqm active business No Reward Offered For Ferguson Brownsville Ky Dec 23The re ports that the Jailer of Edmonson county had offered a reward of 100 for the arrest olL J Ferguson who broke Jail here are Incorrect No re ward has been offered I Distilling Plant Seized 1f MIddlesboro Ky Dec 21chlef Deputy Burralde seized the remainder Of the illddlesboro Distilling Cos plant Thejrcstry boUtJlOCeft X9rjh of goods A former seizure was made a week ago Suit For 10000 Damages Mt Sterling Ky Dec 23Jack Mumson of Nicholas county has brought suit for 10000 damages against Dr M DiPs a prominent pity sician and lecturer of Louisville Mal practice is alleged in the setting of a broken limb To Prison For Life Irvine Ky Dec23George Luns ford received a life sentence for mur doming William Manus The Jury had been out on the case since last Mon day They stood eight for hanging and four for life imprisonment Lenora Bank To Reopen Mt Sterling Ky Dec 22TbeLe nora National bank which failed at Morebead several weeks ago will re January 1 W IL Rice cashier of ollvTuil bank will be In charge having purchased a controlling inter est Editor Weds Hit Stenographer Somerset Ky Dee 22Rey Gee E Baker the blind editor of the Mountaineer published here and Miss Let ta Carter his stenographer were roar rled at the Carter house Rev 6 V Huey Baptist officiating Kentucky SeiAils Walk Henderson Ky Dec31Munnell Wilson representativeelect from Hop kins county who Is walking to Frank fort Kyon a banter or wager ar rived in this city He has covered Use counties of Christian Hopkins Union and WebsterSues For Divorce Henderson Ky Dec 2111rs Mary Wilkins aged 60 years filed suit for divorce from her husband Henry Wll kiss She alleges brutal treatment The defendant Is a prominent farmer and resides near Cairo this county N It t i rLlf1SS a p c a J Nerv6 I Their 3uffcj 4 2 j1Due to Uttrin i Perhaps Unst 5f 555Tjre b f A MEDICINE THA A 54dse tho wChIIfCktact rIIfowoftendow hear the expree SIflhi I am 50 ncr v 1 vons ii seems as if ir i should fly or Dont speak to 4fri4lESiWwdImeLittIcrhig make irritable vow cant sleep Jrou are unable to quietly and v perform your daily tasks ot cute for Y your cliildretttThe relation of the nerves and gen erative organs in women is so close that ninetenths of the nervous tration nervous debility the blues sleeplessness and ncyguUSirTilauiitty arise front somejersgementof the organism mjuces her a woman Fits of deprcssionor restlessness and irritability Sprth easily affected so i that one mint she laughs the next ivminute Pain in the ovaries and tWetthe shoulders Loss of voice nervous dyspepsia A tendency to cry at the least provocation All points to nervous prostration r Nothing will relieve this distressing condition anti prevent months of pros tration and sufferingso surely as Lydia B 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Interest Gathered b 4 I mdensed For the Buss Reader4 4 MARY OF IMPORTANT EVENTS 4 t What I Tranlplrlnl It the Capital yr the Nation ToQether With Ex 4 v Itlni Event Occurring Ih Pirelen Countries If t ortgresslon Proceeding The house on the 20th without oppo sition adopted the conference report 4S on the 11000000 Panama canal emer c = gency appropriation bill fe s passed In the sonhte Rep csentatlvo Jenkins n g aiiorftftvd resolution fixing I z the laRt Thurslayn April aa the llnauguratlonsSenlltor similar resolution In list aonnto The minority of the house nib their Mews on the tariff question They dfclue tor absolute free trade h ween 4 the Philippines and the United States tIncluding Hawaii and Porto Rico Both bouses of congress on tho 22d adjourned until January 4 1906 Mlleellaneous Items tn the legislative Investigated John Tatlock presldeat of the Washington Life declared thatI personally be fa vored a distribution of earnings every 4 1 hethoughtInsurance men in touch with Wall street because of their knowledge of the security market He also favored the idea of I7t Insurance companies speculating In so curltles I Francis Hendricks superintendent 4 of Insurance of New York state an 1ts peared before the legislative commit MrAtions of Insurance companies by his Department are made to ascertain only the solvency of the companies and that no Investigation Is mads into the extravagance of the management a i company or Into the salaries paid to 1otflcers so long as the company li able to pay Its obligations I Coy Terrell and Attorney General V Hart have acknowledged service of citizens which will carry the cases of J G Rawlins and his three eons etothe supreme court of the United Stales JG Rawllns and two sons I 4 Milton and Jesse are under sentence to be hanged next month for the mur1 der of the Carter children at Valdosta Ga a granddaughter ot Senator W A Clark of Montana was born at San- Mateo Cal the parents being Mr and Clarka0 announced that he would give the lit A tie girl a dowry ot 100 0000 follow I ing the example set by himself at theI birth of his first grandchild By the premature explosion of dyna I mite In an excavation on 34th street p 3near Firth avenue New York three t men lost their lives and at least a doz en personswere injured Ora Bee a young negro beat white uen to death near Si Joseph Lt wlih a p 6ce of lronpJiw fatal y ounded 8nI ouslY Inju Pd y I usingthsasnewapon Rob Uve T Seref7Baapf has found that 1UdshlpCa n r with hazing and complicity In hazing IMidshipman Kl brough without a courtmartial This Information was i conveyed to him bAttomeGeaera1- XoodyThesecr2 tary will appeal to the congress for needed legislation Gov LaFolIette has resigned to tho Wisconsin legislature at the close of the extra session the resignation to Tanutasgovernorisenator Medical Jnrjector David Oldttam t Lewis fleet sargeon p4 The United I 1 States Pacific squadron who arrived s at Honolulu on the cruiser Chicago and died was burled with naval hon erstP S Pusey ot Philadelphia one of the promotera of a 3000000 mining scheme In which thousands of persons t invested their savings wassentenced to six months Iroprisdaaent 0 MMiller the aged rapther of Jon t 1 tqulcYiUerthe poet died at the poets realdence The Heights a short dls f Uace backof Oaktend Cal aged near LySOyearLbp The Prince of Pleas has been cre Med a duke by Bpperori William but t the title Is sot transferable to his de vl iceedants The eldest eon ot the t i Prlncfl of Pleas Is Prince Henry of t Plesa who narried Mary Cornwallls O i West c inererrytermiaals of the Delaware z Lackowanna 1r Westers road New Y rrburned It loss is over Kit 4 I 5 The Btearter MaSposa which arrive thatpa aru or JtloftJaat the llBUed States governffl as I1antLy S3 t 4 1 was Baurdered la her borne near the 4 tit village of MuBcy Valley SulUvan J Ueoaty P Robbery Is beiiyed to HveteeR the motive j- i rJ BiWurser 86 died suddenly id at CHBtoB 111 He WM born In Vlr r t i giala te 1819 ail went to Clinton 60 tri 7Mr a e HeJ the father of Com 4 ml aloBerOf P fi tofis Vespanlan War 1 j I r J OwlBf to Ute distUrbances at Shang i t W the JagaabtB cralaer Tawhlma haa t beemdfsiMilehed there fro Sasebo and tt i71f lBe gia e ti UJItosail from Kare tor the a uae destine yiLlL A tJo 1 William JU Kwter Pre IdeRL of the zI liIOl tmteeii ot tlwrBasterB mi bVl aoitINnBaIeoI1ele18dMdHelru jIiI7Yeitrael e BW been a leader j t la IlllBoIaTeprtlloaB party aJfairi- 8etd BWB ApKeBttee James Kllbalne t vloCl y laIOirdled at the naval boo oJ1 5A Wtal Jt ljIaa1 Wln k Sfag the eeood to oer death jj1 iJ Jl1JIt7Utlrateease y fo t N H neiBt er aeewed et 1 S Ute lHklag 1m ef 8 W I tra X CMcage out of 256 I jf aat8 tIt grad Jury by 24sf Ay s i i1 MPtherark0 Jlr i Ale atNewTOrk r 4it I oi JiMl the iwM rea Kendall l fMMy ej l preparing 7 t McraghyerIte to eof oil wen lIiuMltoJtKt l1l threele north a v i of Casey JJIFt i w aaoild tr I 1 t t vJ le fc iJ rttki 1 i p rJ tj f I f 1 t ri ji1L f ivr 10 hii1f f t tI 1p 1 l w it t1IIf tr r f 7 V JIrti IIt l 4 Jr 3 r After 17 days ot ths Russian revolu Von In Warsaw after seeing hundreds struck down by Cassafcks and after having felt two bomb explode in the room under him at Mil hotel the Am erican Jockey J C Mitchell lied from Russia and has returned to New York Mitchell says The Cossacks are hUe man devil without one thought be yond killing Five cars ot wounded soldiers have arrived at Milan Courland Some of the dragoons who escaped report that they encountered on their way thero a band of revolutionaries and that a fight ensued lhwhIch seven of tbfe latter were killed and eight wounded Die dragoons suffered no l sseAgeneral strike Ion throughout Ilussla and many arrests have boen made In St Petersburg The czar of Russia has decided not to grant universal suffrage Adm Rojestvensky and the chief members of his staff arrived In St Petersburg The admiral whose head was still swathed In bandages gave evidence of the strain and mental suf feting he has undergone- J T Vincent manager and Frank II Bourquln shipping clerk of the Savannah Oa plant of the Schwarzs child A SuUberger Co were electro cuted during au electrical storm that prevailed there Veu ilesperollon by the refusal tbdayCoy of Butac1 N V K seaman on the lakes llt o4 billed her a flNr- homn He then enleti ni i own Mrs Amelia Batson toother of joHn- G A Lelshman minister trt Turltsy died at thE homdot a relative in plUs burg Mrs Batson wiio was 73 years old had been an Invalid for 12 years Robert Fltzslmmons collapsed at the close of the 13th round of his fight with Jack OBrien He had fought hard but nature could not longer stand the strain and OBrien was awarded tho decision Capti Harry Thomas M died at his home IH Hlbblns Mlnnt ot cancer Of the liver He was one of the best known mining men on tbe Mesabn rangeThe organization formed to purchdse the bouse In which President Theo dote Roosevelt was hunt at 38 Eaat 20th street New Yriirk ditfc dad pre sent it to the nation completed the details of the purchase and secured possession of the property for 00000 The belief grows stronger that Wal toP Mcntt the cowboy miner has been murdered In Death Valley tor his moneyThe powerhouse and main car shops of the Rio Grande Western road at Salt Lake were destroyed by fire The Toss Is estimated at between 150000 and 200000 The empress dowager has Ordered the punishment of the rlotora at ShanghaiYale to have R commercial museum This announcement will made following the arrival of a ship ment of valuable plant and textile collection from the department of agriculture President Roosevelt appointed Jo seph Bucklln Bishop an a member of the Isthmian canal cobltniintti flU a vacancy In that body caused by thq resignation of Chief Engineer Wal laceAt a meeting of the directors of the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Rail way CO lit New Yjnka resolution was passed rescinding r oklng and annulling every jesolmia and con tract adopted 114 entered Into by the XllncJnn IJ nilliOU Jtyton JUlh way Co oufaatiZiDj rtr Vurpdrtlflg Id authorize the lease ol tho railroads dt the Pere Marquette Railroad Co Tennessee policy holders In the va rious mutual life insurance companies of this country held a meeting In Nash yule anti took steps to protect their Interests Resolutions condemning al leged extravagance were passed Abraham H Hummel the lawjter was convicted of conspiracy in connection with tha odgeMorsedlvotcl case In Now York He was sentenced to one years Imprisonment and a fine of 500 Later be was released on ball The National dinners associations report compiled from reports Issued from the whole cotton belt every post office being represented indicates a total crop of 9678860 bales William Wilson cattleman was shot and killed by J D Jtendersona former partner in the lobby of the Lew- Iston hotel Denver Henderson then killed himself Hope B Davis 78 died at Quincy III He was a member of the general practicedassociated with Stephen A DouglaM and Abraham Lincoln I It was determined at meeting of a subcommittee of the aenateand house committees pa the Ubrary that the Brumidi Frieze in the rotunda of the national capitol be finished Immedi ately ExAlderman Robert L Rudolph was sentenced to one year in the Mllwau kee house of correction b fund 4tIjhalbbr 100 from ttbrney Charles H Hamilton 1901H McCarthy of Sellngs Grove Pa while traveling In the west some months ago was robbed of his travel log bag containing a bank book call lag for 11000 The other day a body was discovered In a pickling vat ofa Bti Louis medical college Among the mans effects was the same bankbook The man had been killed by a fall from a building H E McCarthy has been heard from and is living at Los Angeles Cal Col Wm R Clapp retired died In Hartford Ctaftern Illness of soy eral months He was born in Mentor O September 7 1836 Three daring swimmers at the peril of their lives reached tro Italian la borers who for more thin 40 hours had been imprisoned in the East river tunnel of the Pennsylvania railroad by aCaT lnatthe Long Island City end of the underwater bore In New York A bomb was hurled through one of the front windows of the Allied Iron association New York It landed In a room used for telephone purposes and exploding wrecked the place Sev eral employes were In an adjoining room but were only stunned by the explosion J Walter Spaldlng a New York merchant Deceived probable fatal in juries in aa automobile accident near lIedrage France A friend and a lady who wits with Mm were Injured A band of Yaqjul Indians waylaid 7 adeMayot reJia one of the wealthiest merchaata tn Sorono Mex on the outskirts of the village ot Maytorena ant killed him and his driver After accidentally lOlling his wife William Monroe McCarty a Madison cetraty JAIL farmer chloroformed hfmaeJf at his home In the Monrovia precinct ali1fuouCi eH A 1 11j tJ tl f iZ Jtr lS J Y ft I i 0 I a Wif t4I t+ t r- J IIDr John McClellan 82 of the cass of lSfl3 Yale college one of the oldest graduates of that Institution died at his home at Woodstock Ct The slate department has received information by cable that an nttemllti was made lu Bogota td dispose PrefIideut Reyes as an Incident to a for overturning the government The jury In the United States court which had been trying W T Ho ran ell and Royt1 D Stearns of St Paul for frauds In connection with South Dakota lands brought In a verdict of guilty against both men thee Alice Roosevelts betrothal ring Is a solltulro diamond weighing A car at and a half and said to bo one of the finest stones in America Former Gov Olell came out with a formal declaration ot war eli Presi dent Roosevelt and dor higgins whom he blamed for all the present troubles In the rerJubllWii party of New York state A Lehlih rail rod d Idcdihotlve draw- Ing a southbound freight train wIllIe pulling Into a siding at Van Etten N Y exploded Its boiler killing the fireman and fatally injuring four others of the train crew Business failures In the United States for tho week ending December 21 number 23C as against 226 the pro vious week 294 in the like week of 1904 and 243 in 1903 George M Turner was banged at San Antonio Tax for the murder of Mrs Elizabeth Lynch ihgJJrltlsh government In response to cdmmutrW4J0nr from lIS consuls at Riga and other Rufufcc vrtdb34 au thorized tHOrn In case of danger la charter vsseis for the removal of Brit lab subjects William Clark arid H MfcKiHharl members of the construction crew tit the Chicago Rock Island Pacific railroad were killed by a passenger train while walking on the tracks at East Moline III It IS officially announced that Her bert It D felrce will be appointed minister td Ndrwfty and that It Is prob able be would be succeeded as third assistant secretary of state by Charles Donby Col Andrew Gray Wilson 61 gen eral superintendent of the marine de partment 6t the Maryland Steel Co at Sparrdw PoInt died suddenly of heart disease at his home In Wilmington DelEdwin J Tapley a negro wife murderer was hanged at the county jail in Jersey City N J thE Ctttr and his cabinet reached a final decision regarding the electoral law deciding against universal and equal suffrage and in favor of the ex tension of the law of promulgated Au gust The motion for a nowtrial in the Taggart divorce case was overruled by Judge Eaton at Wooster 0 Mrs Tag guts attorneys who made the motion took exceptions to the ruling with the announced Intention of carrying the case to tho clrfciilt court Charles E Ehler on a cOt In the county hospital at Bakersfield Cal suffering from a wound presumably selfinflicted has admitted to Super Intend nt Buckrens that be has information its ttt the killing of dor Ooe belor Kentucky which he alleges would clear Caleb Powers former seer UiderAndrews Institute for girls found iy ilr Andrews In Lake county Ohio near Cleveland It is reported that 1000 soldier weeklll8dor injured In two dynaml ed trains near Stockmanskoff In L vonla The will of Sir Henry Irving leave twothirds of his estate of 100100 t his to0 SOils Henry B and Laurent IrvlfltV A pecullat arid pathetic fate ha overtaken the two children of Mr Marie Sawtangelo of Youngstown 0 who were forcibly separated from thel mother by the workings of the 1mm f grtion laws The children were have been deported Enrico a boy sIx died Thursday of scarlet fever ai Assuntfl a girl of nine it too lilt the decree to be executed The central committee composed representatives from the Presbyterl Methodist and Congregational chur es throughout Canada has agreed U on a code of doctrines that will unit the three denominations into one gre church Officials of the socailai brie trust of Chicago pleaded guilty an were fined an aggregate of 18001 The company and a number of ofi dais together with two tabor leader were Indicted forxiensplraiar to do a illegal set to prevent competition to restrict the roduction anu sale of brick In thefhlcago market In the supreme court ot the United States Justice Harlan presiding in place of phlef Justice Fuller who was absent an rder was announced setting January 15 for argument of the cause brought to review the case of Caleb Powers Congressman Herbert Parsons was elected chairman of the New York county republican committee by a vote of 322 to 288 Wm Halpln the roUt ing chairman pledged cordial support to the new head Reports from Mazatlan are to the effect that torrential floods have de stroyed a number of villages in the state of Sinaloa Mex occasioning much damage to property and loss of icPatrick Reynolds a young man d suddenly of heart failure whlje box lag with Frank Shanahan a friend in Philadelphia The jury in the case of William G Crawford the former deputy auditor for the post office department who was indicted on a charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States in con nection with a contract for supplying the post office department with letter carriers satchels returned a verdict of guiltyA jury concluded that the evidence offered would not warrant holding State Senator Frank Farnuni to the criminal court for complicity Ir the murder of County Commissioner John V Kopf who was killed during a ward club election at Chicago The wbaleback barge Bath with Capt McKenzie his wife and five Sea men is believed to have gone to the bottom in a storm near Newport News Va The 17mqnthsH twin sons of Joseph Danford at Alpena Mich were burned to death and the father was probablY fatally burned in his efforts to save the babies John F Stevens chief engineer of the Panama caaal arrived from Colon on the steamer Havana said the san itary conditions OB ttfe Isthmus are good enough for anyone who will live ai cleanly as at hosse 4 ci Fl I ii THE POLITICAL STmKE Russian Authorities Bewildered by Strikers Strength Vigorous Offentlva Campaign Against Revolutionary Leaders Is Being Made Measure Taken To Prevent Disorders 8t Petersburg Dec 23It Is dUD cult to judge whether the general po litical strike can be ranked as a sue cess or failure The authorities are bewildered by the strength of the strikers and the strike has reached formidable proportions In St Petersburg where even according to the of flclals over a third of the vxirkmen obeyed the order of the Workmens CounCil Tile strike leaders are con Bdehtly asserting that the others will bg brought Into line immediately The government however has succeeded In keeping railroad traffic out of St Petersburg moving with reasonable regularityThe dispatches received from the interior do not indicate whether the order to strike is mee Ing with a general response whi h will bo necessary to prevent it Dogh ing 1b pan like the November strikeIThe government while entering ci- a vigorous campaign against the revs arreS11bythcanfiithnceJt has issued a re jsu all he J r rev sid Hit jus Nij4 Id D 1111 togjnn1J drl t 1 1 f r fir d f4 4 es 7 5I jr fSt V 4- t SS t J s 5sS k 14c r i r L I fixed for Saturday t Miruary 17 It will be a day cereraop The Reef Trust Cases Chicago pee 22 Th 21 persons and corporations Indict eJ on charges of conspiracy In reraint of trade lathe meat business will so to trial January 9 1906 on their ten special pleas for Immunity Door Secured- WaslwlgtODDec 23 Through the effprts of the United States the open door has been secured In 16 jpf Ute leading portS In Manchuria Including Harbin the modern Russian cap of the province tho most important railroad center Prefers Handing To Lt Sertence Vaterbnry Ct Dec I Charles J Bassett convicted of the murder of Thos C IN lgwood the aged recluse S sentenced to life imprisonment When cobvlcted he said he would rather be hanged than sentenced for life Substantial Christmas Presents Philadelphia Dec 23 Burnhaaa Williams Co Baldwin locomotive works gave a Christmas present of 125000 to the University of Pennsyl vanla for the new engineering bulldrf lug now being constructed for the unl verslty To Expel Consumptives Chicago Dec 23The school man agement committee of the board ol education unanimously recommends expulsion from the schools of all chi dren afflicted with tuberculosis and suggests the examination ot suspects Declines the Appointment Washington Dec 23Lleut GeL Chaffee received a letter from Mayor McClellan of New York tendering him an appointment as police commls al ner of New York He returned ccurteoui declination of the appoint mnf I Bigamist Commits Suicide Norfolk Va DecO23B J Gibbons 7 after leaving a letter in which ha drained he was a bigamist and ex ressed undying love for two wIves ut a bullet through his head at hIS lorfolk home dying In a short time trI t 4 I t C i 7r CIVILIANS AND TRANSPORTS Army Rules Are Constantly Evaded by Officers and Triends It Is reported from Waa lngton that the war department is renewing Its ef forts to restrict the use of the trans ports to omcers and soldiers of the army Similar reports have reached us before They make periodic appear ances but the transports continue to be filled with civilians Junketing polit- Ical personages and the sisters the cousins and the aunts of officers and men not to mention their wives chit dren and servants while the young ubalterns continue to be thrust into cramped quarters tweendeck to accommodate persona who never wear epaulettes or shoulder muskets The war department has not yet had the hardihood to deny openly that tam ilies of officers are entitled to free transportation across the seas but It tries to limit the size of the families i not Infrequently with amusing results Not many montns ago au Infantry cap lain applied for transportation for his wife two sisters and children The allowance of sisters was cut down one half only one being given accommoda- tIons However he managed to ring ij the rejected sister as the nurse to hU child This shrewd solution of the- problem looked lovely and everybody WHS happy until on arriving on board the transport It was found that while the wife Dud other sister were given cabin staterooms he nurse sister was assigned to thr storage quarters with the wives if nltsed men Horrible TherpjiAhat arose was heard way up- I s street The threats of both ero taxed to express their hor quartcrmasVln protest was made Of course v came out then and the fact t alleged nurse was really a mcers fair sister traveling In was impressed upon the per O artermaster captain who for k refuge In a quiet stateroom v Jout the situation It was i up In some way and brs were taken to Manila but i c trick was not attempted Sthat iaruiy although it has cfisfuly vorked at other with a wife ana two forlunate experience fumcer ago He had been or on special f for his wife and r srs to accompany him was upon He thereupon wrote to lorltles saying that his posl Sug on special duty was not tShat of those proceeding under orders on routine outles He u a class by himself etc Back ashlngton came a telegram Just he vessel sailed giving him au i for the two sisters to accom e officer but directing that the fuld have to be Jeft behind L emarkable Demonstration Northern Total Abstinence Con which was held in Copenhagen 4 y was attended by 1200 temper Jgltators from the Scandinavian aIslonled A reporter who Is fond of counted 1357 flags and banners The Only Wa- ykerSoj Jones has planned a apartment house erYes the Janitor JIves on floor so the steam is always J the elevator always running 3un Sold His New Hat rgymttn at Yarmouth England as attending a rummage sale as being held for charity laid straw bat on a stall and when ed around togetlta minute later found that the energetic Seper had sold It for four cents nknown purchaser Well Named yWby does she call her bus t e light of her lIfeT lolla Because he goes out so 5tliyLos Angeles Herald Capacltyft Incubator farmer WhYItneegglDetrolt Free Press willS Woman Engineer rat European woman tc auoptj If Ing liS a Irol ClIt it J a SWiS3 irSn old who Te pissed hef lamination at the 2 sity of Lausanne with honors Tuat One Thing to Stop It airy not be possible wholly to elim inate bulng and chewing from the no ble flm of football but at least the pract ice of flllng the teeth before each game should be stop- pedrtt Curs for Dyspepsia A t liiuigo medical authority declares thnt task nat njoblllng is the best cure for ivpepsta But most citizens woviia rulUer be dyspeptic than in a buep i MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Dc 23 CATTLECommon 2 75 55363- Heavy steers 465 5t500 HOQS Choice packers 6 10 515 Mixed packers 600 0510 CALVESExtra S a I W BHEEPExtru 476 5545 LAMBSExtra 7 60 O 7 75 FLOUR Spring patent 5 IS 5 40 I n wdNo K CORNNO z mixed e 334RY5NoHAYCholee timothy 012 75 PORKClear mess tt14 OLARDSteam 7 35 BUTTERCholce dairy 16 55AlPLE8Chotce 5 00 POTATOE8Per barrels 55250 TOBACCONew 6 00 013 00 Old 450 tisms CHICAGO FLOUR Wlnter patent 10 ft 6 30 8155No M 83 HOATSrNo65066PORKMesslUARDSteom v 742455T45- NEW YORK FLOUR Winter straits 3 95 51 10 9154CORN37HRYEORK1tfells U flU 75 LiARDSteam i 7M BALTIMORE WHEATNo 2 red ft UV CORNNo mixed 49 i 4- SCATTLKSteers 4 00 tt S- OIIOO3 Dressed 55 LOUISVILLE WHKATNo 2 red 50 55 nCORNNO 2 mixed 0 r4 35V4PORirMessLARDSteam 7 W i INDIANAPOLIS WHEAT No 2 red ft 43V4OATSKO 0 f it t Xi i fl i J t 0c 1 l lr i ACTOCETHER TOO TRUSTFUL A Guest Who Was No Respecter of Persons tStwrHemery the winner of the VanSerbilt tbdetructionYork Tribune 1 was too trustful iaid the young Frenchman with a rueful smile let trwtingthenimp1 throWIightN flamesHe his III too trustful said Hemery ia a peopleA merchant of Jlarjillcu with a letter of introduction glowingstranger warmly and entertained him with great hospitality for three weeks Then ill night the guest disap Mrsd taking With him his hosts best bone and a quantity of silver plate torariA pretty guest you sent me he said mybesttrickcnDidHe Doesnt Curse Now SpecialJesse Everybodythat he was a man who held TRT positive views about Patent Medicine Hear what he says now I used to curse all kind of Patent Medi cines for they never did me any good but Dodds Kidney Pills have caused me to change my For twelve year I suf fered from Kidney Trouble 1here was a hurting acroas my back that made it pori tive to stoop and as I am in a oop imaginebowany man would think nothing of I woiad be tiredand worn out In fact I was aiwayi tired I began using Dodd s Kidney Pills and after four boxes I feel like anew mao I am as fresh at night as when I be tin work in the morning I have no pain in mrback now and I am stronger than ttroud of Him deelalion on ancestry gaspedIf declared lIe slaughtered lambs on Wall streetDetroit Free Press S A Guaranteed Cure for Piles IIchln Blind Bleeding Protruding Piles DrupiHsts are authorized to refund money if Puo 0IfnIEmo raIls to curo mOte I4days SOo To Break the Coal Trust Lawd prayed the old colored brother pleise np de coal trust when you break it please send a few tons flvin over into de po mans yard AVashington Star ConumptionF Boyer Trinity Springs Ind Feb 15 1900 S The serpent probably per uaded Eve to wouldimproveruadod Adam by telling him that it tasted SoodBt Lows GlobeDemocrat fJ1if I Jr 0 5Qf I 1ii j J r o fiJtI 1 it JJift71l t0 JJrar rS 4 itr 4 r tJ o J i jJjrft f i 1 1pIS nT okl 1 t IFo 7 t rlr 1 I J J tI L 11014 1I f Jc4 V th 0 1tA f1 fn JL r 1 fJJf iY t 47 F c UfI N C yt i r i icfi NUSLACK ILGK POWDER SH 6 f 1 The NublecPlB a grand good shell Itli1i J 1j i i gdJncnstruction primed with a quick f lJtF and sure primer and carefifily loaded with the best brands of powder and shot It is a J 1 favorite among hunters and other users of Y j 7 black powder shells on account p1 Its uniform shooting evenness of pattein and strength to withstand reloading ALL DEALERS I ELL THEM AITISHIPIIE LVflrflN wr IS GUARANTED TO CURE IIUFWINE IIPIADCOLDKEDACNEANDNEUIALIL i r I selL AaUGrlplato dealer who wons Guaratse It CsliforyourOnETflAcK1P1T35ONTCUXE E wDiesseraMpManutacu2rersprinfteidM SICK HEADACHE bytAbTrflOiWiRILIW1 TheyalsorelievoDlsItress f dlgesUoaaodTooBearty Rating A perfect rtia D eaytorDtaSnefflHa89ea 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thefiiwiJuIentinfifiL tions nude by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by tareSable Buy the genuinV always if otfwish to get its Ixneficiareffectt It cleanses the system gently yet effectually dispels coldc and headaches when bilious or constipated prevents fevers and acts best da the kidneys liver stomach and bowels when a laxative remedy k needed by men women or children Many millions know of its beneficial effects from actual use anc t f their own personal knowledge It is the Jaxative remedy of the wellinformed AIwa ys buy the Genuine Syrupof Fs v y V MANUFACTURED bY Tits A 500 jT- s e SIleR for RcIaIIi Minuiffa We hs set asidci 1 UOO willgive c U giving the lint reliable nmiof a chance to uU a botlzeiual steam egis of 4nottractloOIluI ATLASINCINEBeieo IOILERS 1114kllor r ATLAS aNCI WoRks 4 INDIANAOUCaJIIHpea TlIor r tIkIarrortWlalloO ItlMzasbIasntsIcebnmr P isrs ii arTli IIOOIIOL WONDER SALVE 3 Absolutely free from All Poisonous isgredhMs A SURE CURZ For Dora Sore Throat Corns Sores Eczsms CaPbllacles r raica rca lOX HAbER SONS rosvrai II 111 aso lIHIIo S 3aDaySirEi sa3t JI 54 ad44 wwfii 1pIsinthbM WIT r wi tiup4s Jautaicresue ce s m =i- ivssI KB2106j GenuineSyrUp shouldthmfore Spend Winter where the J Orange Trees are Blooming Not necessary to invest a fortune on that California trip Few find it extravagant most people find it economical togo for a T month or six weeks avoiding cold and snow doctors bills coal bills costly groceries And the fine weather and good times awaiting you there are all clear gainin haopiness health and a store of strength for future years The RoclFsland offers more lines of through tourist cars between the East and California than any other Thad Two routesSouthern and Scenic Two daily through trains via the f formerthe lowest altitude route across the continent If interested let mesend you our illustrated literatureof great value in formulating plans our Tourist folder and California Trains book with c7J r literature abo t the Golden State free for the asking +3 lq t iS d l Jt 0f4 TilO N SEBASTIAN ozo Passenger traffic Maner sock Islnd System J l j CHICAQO Jp ia r lii I rJ 1 i Ja li1ioitt c 5 i i f cJt h1j =t n 1fJ1 i J r 5w tt1 iSii f c 71 J ce h 1i tv5 j as s il oJ 4 o 1t o J tv r 1S Wi + r J t r y 1 4 t C c1 j tr tC r+ t t li SI 1tJ 5 iS iI vyr 1 cS r 4n t J t k i 0 iI 7 41 ti I i = = t tIL i r 4ta Is t n J 6 t t1 r 1 1 s h rr 4 0 is 40 Ia oT l r a tJo r t t 1t V1LLE Ou QOK F DTLOote PUBLISHING CO1 OWINGSVILLE Ky SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE p Address all communications to THE OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co or to JOUH W HoNAKEit Owingsville Ky Subscribers desiring change of I address should always give previous I tAddre s when writing Correspondents when out of stu tionerv should mention foot on a ppnrato sUp of paper- No commission Is allowed to any body on subscription THE OUTLOOK is sent one yrnr for one dollar six months for sixty Seen in three months for thirtyfive cente r THURSDAY DEC 28 1005 k McCLELLAN got the cerlificato- tMuymusI lifi v Y rtr but Hearst will ask tho Legislature to inveo ignte Tlu only pucceseful elec lion contents ore those made be ore a partisan Legislative major I Tlty 1 TIIK Kentucky General Assembly willmeet next week nnd devote the bet nartof the session to electing j ka U S Senator to succeed Blacl- X lI burn It seems hardly probable t a that chin r candidate can be elected v early in the ression 4arfr FRANK FIVECOAT ond Miss Lau lttf4 rLveyc1fe nderson Ky went to- Ht to marry but wer em I 1 barraswd by both the license clerk i und the magistrate when they nta J ttell their name the olficfala think tf ing n joke was Iwing attempted on i 1 uccount of their odd names 4 I l i SENATOR tELLER thinkatbe Pan aloft Canal will cost wore than five t hundred million dollars to build j f2 There are other men who have Btu 1i4itdthe enliject who dont think it wll be built Tha doesnt 4 iJw the wealth that will be poured IntnI it In easy to earn being A iiatter of toil and selfdenial with F fI5 itherre wealth producora- te ti r 4 AT Moscow the Huesiun troops d and the Insurgents are ut war many lives being destroyed The loyalty of the army is the only tiling that will save the Czars gov I ernmentand that is very doubtful a A few d emorewlU Indicate l j whether ills a mere insurrection or wL areilrevolution c flra VAtTrR SCOTT es Kentucky sen f ti aationni cowboy miner of Death t l California his been either aiurdertd uri playing for more notoriety He started WIlY alone and his tuule returned with the fuiidle bloody and shot lullol ii 6 Il He sQ KentuokittUof whom 1 t Is otproud t1iSENATnRKLECT C B ECTON of w Clark county pledged himself be tore his nomination to vote niivBlckhurn fur U S Setir rt riUl recently came out in iBterVUir repudiating that pledge He jqtiii dby it a monster LIHiII iaetlngof J kddat V1nchester Miindky and udopting ropolutinns calling on Ecton to fulfill hid PtpIIesurre sign s a JoiniR WAISU Chicagos fore Bo t banker the head of the Chib I S lgb Nation Bank the Homo viigs Bank and the Equitable Ij TrUst Company put too much I nney of institutions in nut ealerprises arid failed with lir MnfaiqUtkfi6000QOO The7 v rtkerbaIks of Chicago wilt pay I t the tor8 inJulland take over Ithe efeti W was rated as c k af tne greatest financiers In Ihe t rrk4 2 I 17 CORRESPONDENCE t r Moores Ferry tI k i Wewlsb THE OJJTWIOK and read 1r r8 T lerry QbrIiaiiii nJnyinghF9 Luther Sorrcli aid wife nfHills r t bore are tisiting rel tlveiJere this fwseklJP 0 Lawevkwas a g1B1Ytlmeil i4i t leilllBdidJ1utshlnebut a few 4 JwHrt ff f81 l lroldro Dr Phillips ofWu niRcoling twoyoar oil horse for f225 1 Clay Rice of VJnmtltgc allle u 1 lL ii Sunday to visit hi cousin Louis t Kinney a few days MisENettatorRnd Misi Vie fc Kinney of PorgeUiIlare spend 1 flag this week with Mrs Louis Kin f ftey i f ve Odessa f i JJl lJheuppera dJower White ir O lk8cIi oelosed Friday Jeisle Baijcy returned from a tflaoiI2 stay in the West last qJwk iJanielBooae Eveaan 181ok fl4i4rte jog hiewLetcrquartere with Coey 4 1t j Arj Stose Pst everybody got through k1 J stripping tobacco last week in aegllhnrhootiir v e tenant John fii c Riddle sold their tobacco last week ii J T to John L Vjee rat 8e Clarence rtI tr oliver sold bis and tenant Gnrd rt iJ frtVcrpp to name party at 7c JYol A G8rn er two gone Qbert s Il 1 o aR II t Jerman left Friday to1 i iJ speNd the with J R r I IONOO sid wire af Lexingtoriand cz4TIkxd Campbelland family In Cin yf tL o 1t T LJJitle Hoyt Power who was S 4 iJ seriily skklaet week with pneu s lt o FTP Mia Is Iprnving nOW lid I I o 1 T r i Ra I rv r 17i 7 tj rrf r fy l J J 7 Ir r j li r v er 1 t 4S I lIf Tli Ji l2 I ftrrII fFt Hr H r t h ILjrJ 7L j lr5 H ri J1 illfJtf b a 1 jflri1 Z WT I C f TZC J ifitol t j i 5 rfJ i r if t1 1i 1 NrOt lrr1 T1lJ rJft ift l W JwtkJfi ri irij 1j4 t t t t ft1J 4 i 1r l t f j tJJ tP3Jiir artr 04 5Ir iiirf r0 I i Prow m Naylors Branch Tm Stone continues very sick George Lathutra land wife of Midway a e eiith reia1Les Tom Norria loft Sunday to visit his brother Oris Norrin iitAshlaml Joseph Laihram and family vis 1ited the fawilof A K Coyle Sunday IEder Roes will preachat Slate- Valley next Sunday morning at 111 ncluck Etnuirt IJorsemnn nod wife of Washington Branch visited the lattcrs parents John T Laihram IInd wife Monday Robert Baileys school closed Saturday with a nice treat for the children and several presents Mr Bailey taught n toad school Slato Valley Mrs Martin Jones is sick again There is talk of several weddings Con tell more about it next week I understand thu officers of the church here havt employed Elder Willhoit to preach here again the ensuing year A merry Christmas and a happy New Year to the editor the cor respondents and all the readers of THE OUTLOOK Misses Lucy Ulcry Alma Toy Wynona Sorrell and Ollic Jones went to Owingsville Saturday to see Santa Glaus IA K Coyle and wife gave a din ncr Sunday All their children were present and several of the grand children It is to be hoped they will have many other reunions Bethel Born Dec 25 to Allie Sorrell and wife n daughter liss Lyda MaoBotte has return ed from her visit at Frankfort Mrs Ruth Dodeworth of Cincin nuti is visiting her sister Mrs W B Scott Tobacco solesJ S Vice 7c Sanford Raraey 8c Clay Crouch lljo per pound s Jo Whalcy sold to J F Roy so a pull of work mules coming four years old for 400 Miss Margaret Bolts is home tc spend Christmas She will return to North Middletown Thornt Snelling Bud Sargent and A R Robertson went to Flew ingsburg Court Monday The Gun Club met rind had an other shoot Monday CharleyAr rasmith carried olf the honors Cy ArraBmlJb wife and duughtei Marguerette and Wilt Baird and daughter May Bell spent Xmas day in Carlisle Upper Flat Croek T j Steele and wife were in Ml Sterling slipping Saturday GG Hainllton purchased of W C Glover a sow and eight pigs for 23 Mrs JohnGillon Owinasville lIyitbrelathe8I Miss Nell Glover closed her school at OUla and returned howe Friday Mica Kittie Murray visited rein lives in Mt Sterling beveral days this week John Doyle eold his crop of tp bacco to Mt Sterling parties at seven at d onehalf cents straight Miss FannieGIover arid brother James who bad been in Indiana for several months arrived borne Saturday to spend the holidays Two dogo belonging to George- Chine made a raid on a flock of Hheep belonging to Charles Duff Saturday Both dogs were killed The private school taught by Miss Sudle Stout at LA Gloves fur the irinollthi1 closed riday Miss Stout returned tp Jfer howe on Stepstone Stepstone Happy Uew 1e ir to all renders spentSundayJohn Lowry who is attending business college at Cincinnati home fur the holidays Frank Brown and family took Xmas dinner Tuesday with Mrs Mary Purkor and family Burl Ray is home taking in the holidays He says Wilsons car punier force are at Lexington C BReid a d wife epentOhriit mas day with his brotherinlaw J T Montjoy and family at Ewing ton J A Carmichaeland wife of Owingsville spent Sunday with his father J ECaraichaoland family here ofIg arel holidays Joeflayaridfamily Christmas was green this year and while it was a lovely day still it doesnt look like Xmas unless the ground is white spntSundayand of course tuturkeyor it was Xmas time Wm Allington and family of Thomson are here visiting his GeorgIConner Music by Ihe string bund was very nice ai BiUlngers home Mon day night The boys surely knew what were enjoyable times and how to make threw sugarGroenoon tffte suocess and the eFeouldnttliuldall the gifts that eiajKrlilKriiiglahad to give nut the floor under the tree was fullof bew Everythlag wenolf smooth y and uvry one hijhly pleased r 5f I Y r II r Fairview John Boyd was here on business last week Hey Rodgers and wife visited JohtrlSmmons lust Sunday Rev El Crump commenced t nday8 meeting hero Dec 23 T U Anderson sold five 80lb shoals to Alien Campbell for if J 8 IIcslie Ucndrix bought a fine reg male hog last week for 50c J W Hendrix bought some cor of W S Uoodard at 2 per litrrel Johnnie Beams sold find deliver cd his tobacco to T G Daugherty at 6c Johnnie Beams sold his farm o 160 acres to Jessie Culvert for 000possession liven March 11906 The farmers almost nil finished stripping tobacco last week and lire now ready for a buyer of the weed Richard Anderson wife nnd son Elmer of Tippecauoo City Ohio came lust week for a visit to friends and relatives Tollie Turner returned from Tippecanoe City Ohio last week to ppend the winter here with his parents George Turner and wife Jim Gray Jr and Miss Lillie Culvert were worried at the how of the brides parents Foster Ca vert ansi wile Thursday Dee 21 1905 Immediately after tIre cere mony they left for the home of the brides sister Mrs Turner of Flea lag county Hillsboro T T Taylor was in Owingavillt last week Charles lloyd sold a cow to Jus Shepherd for 25 E D Rankin left Thursday to visit relatives nt Covington Hiram Da bought of J all Summers his farm near Flemingshurg Clem Williams made a business trip to Nicholas county last week Clpm Williams nnd wife leftI Monday to vibit relatives utGeorge town Robert Wallingford after n 10 days illness isuble to be out again IPres Jackson U S Dcput Marshal of Salt Lick was here WednesdayS and wife left Sutur day to visit his old home at Berry Harrison county Dr Henry Gilmore and wife Morehead visited his father an family last week Mrs Motie Paris anti Miss Marl Cook returned Satutday froiii u vitit to Mayavillo Master James Boyd left day to visit hie aunt Mrs Jull Ingram at Cincinnati Luther Sorrell and wife visited the formers brother Walter SorreU and family Saturday and Sunday George Murkwell wife and son of Mason county dime Friday to visit his mother Mrs Mart Murk well RI The remains of Andrew MeLal- d n passed through hero Saturday an- itwere interred In the gruveyarda KdenM Jiapel S IThl officers of the Christian Church here have employed Elder Thos H Howe to preach for the church for the ensuing year George Hawkins and Huh daughter Mi e Motie Vrrived Wednesday front Covington to vis relatives here and at Poplar Plains OlymplaeJames Gray ison the sick list Cleveland Shrout returned home last week OievclandPergram returned from IlllnoislastJfeek R Costigan is very Wjthap attack of pneumonia George Swarts was in Mt Ster ling shopping Saturday Thomas Thompson hi uburg is visiting relatives here Mrs Dora Beagle ofCincinnati la visiting old friends here IClemmle Jackeon of Pond Lick visited friends here this week John Griggs is visiting hia two daughters in Illinois this week Swarts and wife are visiting relatives in Matlison county Bro DuwsOn will begin a1 pro tracted meeting hero Thursday night v Dr Jones nnd wile of Odessa visited their 1cleHO Irwin lust week t Philip Blevins and wife of Stilt Lick visited Ins sister Saturday and Sunday Miss Minnie Myrtle a I1E Harry are visiting friends utFarm ers this week- CharlesMcGluthin and wife went to Mt Sterling Monday to visit their daughters Misses Belle undAmanda Barker of Owingsvllle are visiting their father this week Mrs John Kincaidof RotbwellI is here on her way to Pineville to visit her daughters We have had Dome little scrap ping during Xmas No unoburtI except Andy Crouch T Harry and wife and daughter Mrs Hamilton of Farmers lIreI visiting relatives at GrllngeCltvt r We had n box supper here last Thursday njght and made ft goo7 sUccess 3710 for the benefit of the Sundayschool Wo treo Sunday afternoon at 4 bclbcS We thank all the helpers we had for tire box supper I want to Cornopliment J1C Jackson for bis as slstanceat the box supper andXmae tree i i d 0ti d =1 1 + 5 f p Crooks sMrs Joe Williams is on the sick list Charley Teal is quite sick and line been for several days 111OD Sattcrfitild was it Midland City on business Thursday IB D Nixon nod Cube Sdega r are visiting in Clark county Mrs Will Nixon and littledauglj tens were in Mf Sterling Saturday nMrp Will Satterfiuld visited in Mt Sterling Thursday and Friday Miss Lena Turley oC Sait Lick is visiting her cousins May and Juno Niscn W W Nixon was at Salt Lick undIPturdayIon business Miss May Barnes came horn q from Lexington Saturday to spend the holidays S H Johnson anti wife of Farm ers visited relatives hero from Sat urday until Monday D S Nixon sold to a Mr nut sell one touts for 100 and to John Clark one cow for 26 Wilson Hendrix shipped car toad of cattle to Cincinnati Mon day und a car load Thursday SunduyIMcintyre at Columbus ONQ Mrs JelF Davis and chili Ihed the family of Leo P Salt Lick several days laq t We wish the editor anK reader of TilE OUTLOOK Christmas and a happy qL perous New Year f Miss Carrie Nixon teschool Friday with a nll X presents for her taught a good school i Okia fii 1 Mrs George Iledrickj her illness Mrs Mary McLain isj jwith double pneumonia Andrew McLain dies j morning Dec 22 of pneu v was aged about 75 years t V sick only four days S ry notice elsewhere Ed v Nallia Perkins and wlAV yhuve reided in Indiana two years arrived here I Just on time to attend thd tire latter father Andre they hiving been telegru3 The selirmi taught here P Nellie GI ver closed Fridnj V 4 Idawarded to Catherine S tr Estill Vice for the most heit Alirin Nellie laught a gmd jV and the pupils were sorry 5 withhor 5j jViachased the following crupf V 2 Jrain and Bob WIHrlln 8 atic Earl Cratfi 220 I John Sorrell and Jame yi fTime t or anl Albert t 3600 lbs at 5fo llIDI 700 ltat OJi Robert M Tic Thomas G Diitighert kt Ed Anderson 3000 at 1 Through mistake a baru oHne instead uf eoal rtjl Wvour merchant JJrwman last week Several Lrr f v1ligbtsioni occurred Three Itj I ifiplotted at Andrew McLi r r7tIollne to Mr SaUnders c ttU severely criticised tLWest End fv j Mrs Kate Nickeil is J r J4C r1MraAquilla Daniel i G IIII f r Travis Warner is strife t i t his old l1i1mentJ1f1YColeman Mcdaii srn J iMcClain is dangerouslyf i J George McClain has t Vj old 1hnLruelr f 1p Ben F Piersall ioid W were in Owingsville Tues r Jack Owings of Ewin i u1most a resident ut our neighbor hoodThomas J Robereon hna bought the Simps Blevins farm of the heirsArthur Daniel is in a precarioup condition from a strerIrfitftlve d while lifting Dr H P Levis oiSalt Lick who is suffering from Jnflainatory dintfblsChas Clayton has boughCtho old Scott Foley farm on RoesRunOkl- ahoma is not so far How about it Charley Clayton kCn have sold their Btire to John Denton WmClayton will still run Iris sawmill and John Wino chester to run a farm 1 dont want to encroachor Salt Licks news territory Jut there are frequently good hpws itemti from that section notwen tioned by the correspondent CluenceCrouo son AlCronch leta pistol drop at Salt Lick Sat urday and the weapon Went off tile ball striking Jeff Colin in the thigh and ranging up into the hip It is reported that Jajnes Harris cut Andrew Crouh son of A J General Crouch actoee the abdo men near Olympian Springs Sun thoughdangerous Ellis North aged about J3 Years died of pneumonia Christmas day at 2 oclock p m at the hotno of LafayetteNorth nd was a model young man He wa8unmarrledeleaveB a father- ne sister MrsJamesHorsemanof brotQClau r to thefaoily 0 i ci I jot if Stoops Farmers have been rejoicing dyer tire fine tobacco weather OUie Kiasick has gone to Flem- Ing county to stay until spring Mrs L E Griggn of Mt Sler ing was a visitor here last week A W Byrd rind son Ray hue gone to visit relatives at Cincin nail Ohio Miss Stella Kissick has been vis itiiig Miss Mayuio Turner nsa Spnnqfield Miss Snllio A McDonald wi 1110 spend the holidays with relatives at Mt Sterling John Warner left Saturday t r1White CIfitolwade them foolish Born Thursday Dec 2ito J H Gillaspie and whet an 11lb sun Kennith GiliaspieIMrs son dianapolis Indiana have been via lung her brother John F Groom 10 O M Jones son Henry L little daughter Ida Heath will leave this week to visit relatives at Knoxville tTennIjonor so often that Vve feri the ider from and t B ullsat s of Lock ncI to 0 iiJ st In 4 a tee jS Ta c p i lie I I 4 a J t atS t Jh Iy ri t rch Y Jti fJI I I f geI 1 g J In j he L 4 yf c a e e 1lj i f i f 1 tt 1S o f 5f 2 o 11j f F t t t j i tj1t ti i th t 1 1Itrot t II 4i rt5Ch e 5I Fr gathered ome facts which l think are pregnant with so much impor lance to those who ore directly or indirectly interested Intha land trade that I present them for their consideration They cannot fail I thoughtIn e debt wh ol has accumulated on land in a few years past iruCentral Ken Ihowrthewhole of such debt in ten 0I fifteen years previous Never was there before in the history of ou country such Inducement offered t limited capital to burden themeelvobwith this character o debt Tins vaet amount of idle money principalPyopntrolled by fi duciary companies is Itfrge reoI Iponsible for tbls buy i the paper representing this debt in order to get even a low rule of interest and many of them are now very likely loaded down to the guardewlthc such paper So long as the Interest on this mortgage paper is met by the hap less debtor and the present volume of idle money continues and the consequent low rate of interest al goes well But should a natIons financial stringency occur andt amoostire East and the scale of interest go soaring ekyward as It has done more than once before the holders s fnaturallyluckless debtor unable to re spnndwill proceed to collect the same by suit and judgment and sale ThenC comes trouble in the Inntaprices of today will begin to tumble tlthellowill be be a laUv S 4t r o hi ttr t2 2t a h 7 ffI ot It i ty arid a vast one too of our land owners those tun with no landed debt andengagrd in common agii culturalnnd Block forming are tin able to show on heir balance sheet at tIre end of the year n profit to exceed from three to four per rent und this applies when our farming lande were from ten to twenty percent lower than now anti its pro duclsmnynfthewuwere of more value titan today This condition pOIIIIrwith his debt on highpriced land ever lighten his burden Another fact overlooked a most prominent one tuoIs that the pro takenoyIrper was ty to forty yonrp ago and most cer tainly eo if we go back to the antebellum period Just that per cent hasbcfI11might say sacrificed by drastic cultivation with no atten tion being paid to maintain their fertility by n wise rotation of crop ping and natural and artificial fer tilizing Our fine woodland virgin soil then capable of producing three good successive crops of hemp Is now not fertile enough to produce pedudin grass for unit time to get anoth er crop and the same can bejaUint tohaccp a crogjjyhJktiwe truly be VteTB has dote more to injure our but lands a d with less profit to both landlord und tenant than any other If Lord Raleigh owed us a grudge and designed to pay it in this plant could he see what it hae done for Central Kentucky he cer tainly would he delighted Worn out lands and empty hams and empty purses too are the monu ments to the flll1of those who have been toiling no vassal slaves riof tire trust to increase its millions unequalfightbins are now to dictate the price without let or hindrance Tb y certainty well know that five to six cent tobacco means beggary to those whom they compel to take it But will they slaughter the goose which is producing them the golden pgi s lh y can get u good and theIffHemp RlnKwhich flourished here PbutThe question of farm labor is the dist genMis one which confronts the farmers of this State to day an embargo on farming which in some way must bo removed or cultivation of our lands to any great extent will hove to he aba n doned How frequent it is to hear farmers say Iurn putting my cultivated land into gross as I find unyJilfmlllborWhen question it all of them do likewise and for tire same reason how are they man mybIngin reply WI hope that the com mission now sitting in Washington frk4pilln of encouraging immigration from European countries thxt class of laborers which the farmer can niiliip especially in the South 1undthe State contiguous ihtreto may be succprful Mr Roosevelt in his late message indicates in his forcible manner that he will chain pion any welldirected effort of reo hut in that direction They will undoubtedly frame a till fur the octillnejffrom this raoqt serious condition of our country The bill while it Totters this class of immigration ryfroma dumping ground fur her undesir whlehlhehasyears tins character if immigrant of the lowest scale of wnras and intelligence who strike the cities and stick there too a festering sore which cannot be healed unless they be forcibly driven ou tTIIclass which made the Haymarket Riot t in Chicago possible and like trouble in many other cities and who today in truth though a very serious one indeed are heing held in leash from a repetition of such outbreaks by tParAt the physical strong arm of our law I trust that I have not have not been speaking as a pessimist 1 haTe simply rehearsed truta which are known by many and truth like Banquos ghlstit will not down xxz XAND lion BUT PLENTIFUL Ed itor1 Lexington Herald The article in Mondays issue headed hThe Burden of Land Debt was LamI eYeryo hisfand for tfttwin iwillmen and it na question only of time until ItdeclinelTbelnOaI tion is not due however to 0I plethora of idle money in banks or fiduciary institutions The nationIdbanks do not carrylnndmort gage paper and the opinion is enttured that no such paper is carried by others except on a safe margin r of twenty five to forty per cent be T low present selling values In fact CentralIot overloaded with idle fundpand re not booming laud prices bv easyaccommodatioDhoD asIo 01nearlyuch that tlallfrom farm lands to railroads ver confidence and inflation are possible to a certain point after tthell monied lands The inflation ayaffectthis or that community industry but at lie end there Ith 1 r rt rJf1 f6z3 fl t1cr 45 i JtF 5 fv Tp rr sIII JriIor jIp r xti 1 ftbrli tt i L 1JI1 S Il 4 It rtC t fjf jtf 1liI1k 7 9 rJ 1 fr fif P ic 71 J1 r I J r T 1I J 752Art4Jo wF WI ffy ri 5p i4 4 7 r r rr 7 Pfjjfr4Jrj J 4 1 f r bfI J e I fIo s 1 iJYfVJ r rJ 4 r 11 r J 1 ffhI z and Pluto Cani J rI14 r J 1 j1 r tb 1I r l11 r J d t 1 COALfW9ff1SR t J f f ROSE RUN IRQ CO OLYMPIA KY II PREMIUM GROUND FEED constit9of the best grades of Oats Corn t Barley and Linseed Meal pronely ialanced and groundFor horses 5tKAPTOL FEED for Cattle sheep and swine Is the same except contains ICotton Seed vrxrJ L 7 I CheaperIuII5 V and Better IP I1ZflIUIJof r than ordinary ITjROUNDJIts users gives jJ jGoesresults MNTIjVCI or prices yr rB i Lt 1Potat02SSeeds 5 Poultry Supplies ftFertilizerSOnionS jWeekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire it r t CS BRENT tlr 3 Incorporated 1 j Seedsthan LEXINOTON KY if a qiiariiig tip auU u tteUiug UUCK In rock bottom and the more t rings that were inflated the great er the crisis If X X Z will study tire records of the County Clerks office at the time he names and now the opini n is ventured hut he will find thu the land indebtedness of that time wan greater than now and that there in more rush dun now puid for land than then This does not however alter the fact that with the declining price of farm produce lands will inevitably decline also and that there may be Just vuch a prostration in values as fay 1894 when a large pr celt life tral Kentucky watt litterally under the hammer by reason of 55o wheat 25c corn and horses to match It is notable also that the people who were Innd Buyers arid are just iwnbFe row to buyIU6SClIinlithi Plead To demonstrate further that confidence IIt great factor in fixing value and booming truth let Xx ZvStudy the character of mortgages now being PO numerous Iy recorded and be may conclude that the same spirit of hopefulness prevades tire buyer of clatteU of all kinds and for him may be rI day of settlement also That our Nnds have become 5m poveritbed in late years in truenot because we are raising tobaccobut because of the prohibitive price of clover seed and artinability toget a Htnnil Our landi are practically inexhaustible in lime potash and phosphorus but in nitrogen and humus they do become depleted and we Imve 4iever used anything but clover to restore these two needed elements Let our farmer earnestly study this phase of their position and someMoses will sure Iy lead them In lines of safety fur there are other clovers just as rich in humus making and nitrogen gathering power There is no gulge against Raleigh What happened to him was a plenty but if the en me fate had overtaken tIre chirp who in 1860 or 61 brought tire first Virginia broad leaf to Kentucky Just before be got the tobacco In dustry launched what a hearty Yiaodshnke would be enjoyed with en sire ceeding introducer ha The objection tp the tobacco in dustry is not that it exhausts pot ash for a study of the Peter ana lysis of average Blue Grass land entirely removes the fear of deple lion Tobacco hoe engendered a tenantry following a system that Is ruinous lo the South and equally demoralizmgany where To pledge a crop before it is made is ulti mately to demoralize the maker n the scope of this note it is not possible to enter into the principles upon which this proposition rests pay as you go engenders the spirit that makes the toiler of to ay the controlling genius of to morrow and lets the farm foster policy likely to develop tie kind of men that has so largtly ageshissystem is all wrong and the tenant ry will be the sufferer finally The tobacco industry has sweptt away our grand forests of walnut and every timber of value Everywhere remnnts of our once- eautiful forests hold out their mutilated stubs arlhe evidence of our vandalism and are stohuments our bad judgment The profit f the tobacco will not compensate the loss of the beauty and at tractiveneps of our country Let not XYZ worry about the labor problem Just now every ar enue is opera to the laborer at rather etter prices than we can pay but e demand for his services is him ited by the continuance of develop menf and such activity will In tire ature of things not continue and a will then return to ut 7r The comnil sion at Wasbirgtrri- repre tnting forty ono States wilt sot do a thi g to nllevFaro the bit uutlon The facts are theaerln Europe as ill L xington there are two kinds ot young menand ton en One kit d with little money or none hut lots of get upand geliatid native honesty of purprtFe Thi kind goe rrom Lexington and luilds up this Weitand has built it l Iii grandly The name kind frora the other iide come to Loxihgton worfc for us a while arid then buy a corner lot anti keep growing with the town and couniry 1isLedngtiitiSthe other kind sits on salt barres or loaf around tuid become heii rage to the mild lawirJuilgeRiley The lawson the other eul are nioro ringflnt and they skip 1 htm are of no value n tie or foreittji arid durJiotlitw make the alivi worVe tla TllPTrntirefirili le tflse anarchy arid bomb throwing un deoey is fostered by our loose ad miniftratlon of tire law The idea that Wf can induce de firable imiuigrathin that will I n be of service nther trim dmueMio or farm help Ia illusive We cam induce such imrnigratiorr olitjin transient relief but at tIre tad in solar as It it simply a labor ptob lam our later oOndition wilt bo impaired rather than improved Thi conviction rests on a5 careful personal study rightln the ironies of the very people who would make derirable help XZZ CommissKMiers Sale AB Wills Pill vs Notice of Sale i Elonzo McCatity Deft By virtue of a judgment and or der of pak tendered io tire Bath Circuit Court at tire OotoErlerni 1905 in the ahovestyled case tfia undersigned Commissioner will on M OND AY JANUARY 8 1MB about oclock pin proceed IP offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction at the CourtShouse door in Owingsville Bath COy the following describaife properly to wit A tract of laadi lying in Built county Ky OB the v waters of McCartys braneb begIn ning at a set stone at the Chess cake OhIo Railway4 iDe e Co to AmenitaMccartys dow e and on wes aide of eald dower thence souih with skid dower Hue to a bush inStntons line theniSfAnthraonsnid4ndersoirMct3rrrtysline right of way tuence east with said right of way 45 yards to the begin orlesstire Pumrif 7171 being the amount of the plaintiffs debt intereitancU cst TertB8Sal will be njatJern a credit of six raonthsTlie purchaser a will be required lo execute bohil with appmyed security for the purchase price payable to tire un dersigned bearing Qfy interest from duteof sale until paid saidj rbond to have the force and effect judgment A lien wIH be re tained on saul properly to seetrrf ihe payment of the purchase montf H8 GOpDPASrER Master B CcN R Patterron Atty 7- m- THOS ONESfFLivery FeedJ OW1NOyLw tatlon p 4icIIllli1 ikliiK 0VIX38VXLLBfKYi qoO j 4