You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, February 1, 1906. Owingsville outlook. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1906 owi1906020101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, February 1, 1906. Owingsville outlook. T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JIt t r 11i7 4 yc 1ifc 1i t j + tfo i 0 C f 1 t r J kill b r t i1 J 7 J c IaJI J 1 4 iT r f 1f l f j A H T j 0 A e 5 t Jr or I l4 1 It T be 1lt 1 h 8 1 117 q Yof j f If + r L tsrl r ti a fi f0 zo tJ t t f t VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKYTHURSDAY FEBRUARY 906 t = NbO i z Sewing nuchiirs sold nn reRion able terms byliud Brother TUo KIwood woven fence in all tT iiMjhca for sale by Hud Brother FOR SALE Two showcases ni jo3d BB new Appljat OUTLOOK otllce 1 Bud Brother sells Leader Conk aliVveirantl thnt Is the kind you itooownt Win S Ginter has rented the Btth Bounty pour farm for the en cvt suing yeaiv STOLEN From Home Telephone Exchange a 7foot stepladder Re f turatoJoP D Sheehan Robert Coylo has moved his ram ily to town rom near SpringOeld Urch and ts Hvh g on Stat ftVe Que Special Utopian and aueens ware ale Saturday February 3rd at t argaia Doatajsi ItaL ELvA A AVf Byronf- 0 Tlie ttest t1icd saddle ahdI Ii ba r et Vepair US p at Oonroya 1 Mtti ttury o6 the but tr Tjftirble price BudMrothet IlueelhoJa o ft nd ofEJwood Plain and Battied wire feac which fee ia offering at tae lo west ruling prices A scrr telephone line connectfng Twllh tlfo Rot a IJoaie telephone er J eu nr a been run frotaSharps brgAoweetthiscountyA in the Olympian Spring nelgbbbrknod 1ast eek after it bad hit several 4iead of stock and many dogs iia election has been called for f1Tuesdiy Feb 20to decide whether tcor not a public graded Khnplsaall f Neeatabllahed at Sharpsburg T Ilaad made Baddies nnclharaess 1 at tmachinCraade prices at Coa r y Mt sterliag Niv advance llioHga leather i sky high Ie Fish Brothers farm wagtinshaTe 9r gives better satisfaction iii the irHbieibaa any wagon sold in the c HB lyfor vear Bud Brother af JkeElwood woven wire fence tttmealekens pige arid cattle Iw ud U asie ja iletlaR1 rL 4Itt tip Ih ti rtlth t J c j Ateklieii kii decided j keOwiigtvHIe ftf the eHAtc IMtiti8111Iwi rul af graeery tswe la c inn ectioa wit t i 1fr J r TT T- f1 1p1HIwrty I K fatl 1ulilOw hrgeeI hatkerAiLboIk- s 0 a tI ppeu RII ward1tJtHziteMtgrceU f t M FYeyIft4 eRlliatJrvli efiar haVpsbHrg sail their 25 slMHi er R gx of tubacco to French f CarIiskM f8 34 per owr 1kie t tohaB Byave raged Iwo pouadsto It IM t J TIieBeat lsa nouncedo- fBJaBH Myers of Cinclanatl and titerrivafM sett lathe priM n hieor ku ant laereared the pi dfy lIr toaayaKt tlwling Ited udfthbest r asSsaMnai Givetkealatrl t t 4fMkwI1ji r g ndiavtseHt kRMi WatHHiHt Fiatm r 4 4 1f1 Wiw Skartr Skarburg iJr a haRd 0hf jiflitll tift the lbs pa Ne E kired h tk- eBsnIsfhsrpiburg fI g ago Ya1er birpJr- S a t aarT4 Miss daugul f Jauik t erSpbnrgRr4 T af j riitter 1- T 11IoIIwlNbgia ceac I Jssats 1SeiiSiiltfot T Dwkark feats sar Wool Hosiery i liev ThUjs to avoid r ia11 wef the ga jlB to next a1aeedtha J P lIeJob goodstkit will ears ay E bI0O4 woid be- jSLipynisiagethiaCoe1 ar r a s jM+l aeajrf jsrfckt lay Jt bos PrItieApe1c fc T 1 JAMIaGutox kieeKReaI estate aaaiS a tewa JtWlh I1c7aad JI lI- f b1itptkss iIfkHnWs Otis luuR af it wo cfN800 frsfrsjrs ago hi re cMrIf A getibkan I id t9eeb4res frrrtyso walks IE7 atAs 1red atintirbt ltI a ee4 Id i4Ie iAJr i 2LIoo J y b ATMft iff l OMtrlc ilttIt I 1 S c tIwfjI f 2 a l a tro i i e i j J1 i7i C t PERSONAL Mf Beitie Tilitfoottnf JJurglii here wlttrfrien Ttnothy MlaUiHh orM Slerlin- wati tiru1huradd7 Alrwlul Airs N It Patterson we In Mtaterlln Stiuriliiy- Jfra Ru cue Miiiiliuu Is out again after tin Iliiieis of liuvernl days Mtg 8 Alpha Clark of Bourbon county Is vlsltlnt MM John Scott Miss Julia Elliott returned home lagt week from a vinlt to Miss Nlm iIiiIrigg Alfred Crooks was ia Shnrpsbur last week with tile family who are visiting relatives there Miss Lucy llruco King returned home to Carlisle Sunday uftera visif to her tilter Mrs H J Daily Mrvand Kir Ed Barnes were cU- ed to Salt Lick last week by the ill ness of Mr Barnes sister Mrs Jesse Steele Mln Mary Uuc1gcU Will 1rO to Mil lersburg next week to attend a bouse party lobe given by Miss Ruth Mc Cllntock Mrs Henry Schwab went to Cml clunntl last week to Join her husband who liaa been there Hajhethne ylsljl ius relative I Judge John D Joang of Mt StAr Ihlsr aid lila daughter Mrs Lizzie Murtln of Rlchwjod Verinbntcatne last week T and Miss BottlePeters This was MrsMnrtlitB first visit In twenty years Gen Henry T Allen wife and daughter of Manila Philippine Is lands after a visit to Mr and MrsJ B Good paster returned to Sharps burg last week Mr and Mrs JohtiWHnnaker and little son Robert Lee Wont to Mt week toYlsit relatives MrIonakerreturoldJridsy Mrs Honakor will remain some days Mrs E H GOodpaBter returned MoHday rom AVashibgtori DC feN she was a member of a honse party entertained Congressman andMrsAj A Hughof Huntlni tonV Va ooslBleft Sturjay Ioi Bowling Greeii where tfiey wUltake cOurst in the baijn icolhltothere Roth are men of Intellljrenco andnbt1ityntTtiiI1 maliy fdi wish them abundant CCO Itjlllearned that eon of A A Barney ilil who tOOkft court Yiphy last year is now operator jh New York good ilary During Suttee Mt the he 1oaits Fasscit 1Jt1fhlt Cre sight last wefk rum Mir alleged to have cut iQVnrgr in the fate and arm niakn but not d1oJe rcu if wetlandI ELT- i flg tY 4 JL8I11it lUtt rt Mi- esgtL =feii4 Chic Mra taa- dt JsLI4titthP MrDaisy1itibuk AYte ir frow WwfeiBgriw tn the Sun- btntiikr Iuuraalcataaed severs cniapiiaenUry iliUllinn1Q the hoHte party being entertained by- Congreleman HnclMrs James A- HuxheJlf which Mrs Espy II Goodpaaler of htiatonwara member BATH Colmtr BOAKD OF HEALT The physicians composing the BathfQQunty Board of Health met here Monday and organized for the next two years DrAW Walden of this townwss elected Ghairman The eaesaberB arc County Judge J Wi Lane Drs SNStone of Bethel r ISPiereeof Salt Lick and W SRee 1 0 Difng tjjl Cf3R CErrioirTbe HaIti County Chapter UnltedDaughterfl e1tJCohner on Slate Avenue WedneB dliv afternonn of last vreekyiB honor of the birthdayannlTcrsay ofGen KlE jpee The reception had been postponed freajhe previous Fri dsv onXecqufttof the death 61 GkHMfB T YoHBjfi Aboat orty fMeitBfttteBdcdtheieeeptlonwhieb WM aa elegaDt a lr The IIOU- Hirw Prettily decorateel for tilL Q- Ceasios htMccB TOKACCO SotD ifIs ecu BAte tbtabetksQilo tob cco crap has beeflit ldin b1s COUty- The F priibijhin ab uv 7 casts It iet1ate hatthop wlIltotsl abodt bO000d PO n1s Iliis oopiweighuiigout very tight and growers who thought they had 15000 pbuads nd that 12000 Jlerer the mark Tue- aue is true Is propo rtion of targe r aad saLlrerupsRep rt iedieate that tile UII8IIacretwmbeput OM the comi eg seasb n BOKHIP DkATHiPrankfort Kyi Jn28Speeal to Counec our l M Saeiues Wil1iie tbreeye roldcl ugbter of fonteer- Couaty llea GW1Lhiaiiaeb- urned t oeBat tlimse- of hit sij1 died rMiht ThchildtfyiRgab t e liouse at the tine of the acdident and ignited s vefal aatches which tle foundia tjif batbrooro when Mtel t1ti caughtlire Site ran crelNgiato th6 street and into the srmiffaliielhbor who ex tlBfaiBbed the faajes The little body srlarlwerfearfqnri edand the ChlM liugared iluehWwatil the cad ca- eJ i eMIDI I ij r While Eftell littlo son of f S Shrout wnw running near the Cliriatian Church Saturday night he fell ugninfit one of the stone pilliirs at the edge of the walk striking his head and cutting a gash to the skull about two indic J long Two stitches were requlroa- o close the wound BATII CivNTT lior KEMCMHERED iIt is learned that Marshall Field the Chi ago milliotairo who died recently willed 110000 to 01 ai man A Dyne of his eraplojeep Day is asonofRev AlvinDaywho formerly preached at theMethddist Church here and a grandson of the late ChrUtpphrrShultz He is alto a second cousin of T J Jones of this town MoREIlLAD hANK RE OIKKS The Lenora NaiionnlHank More head which suspended about two months ago following the disappearance of its Vice President L P Morgan reopened fur business Monday fSlOOO due depositors were in tho bank vaults when U- suepende4and thiwiht now be te the91dbank MArDcTaiKD FOB MA1ULAU- GIITEaIt isreprtrted that William E Gregory fornierlyof Wyoming who is in jail at West Uiildn 0 charged with burning the town Manchester O may else be OnI on charge of manslaughter the night of the Lire a negro perishIed Intone of the burning and it is btated that as Gregory was responsible for the fire he was also responsible for the death negrosI SuxiiAtiLAw NOT SATISFACTORY The Sunday closing law went into effect Sundnynpd for the first time in the towns history the lid Frantday a d niiat Ihp until 8 a ni itbuu H tyJ in his L i 7 r t J r ti 73 911 1 rtf cI1 0It4 a tO 1 4 1 4 I he to coUKfwasafn ing into wan IIr ut C rL uiis ffijt across the brfge CHpturfng him about 50 yards from the Widge Lightfoot then surrendered without further trouble GEN HENRY LAirENGeneTal- Henry T Allen formerly of this county now Chief of Constabulary of Ihe Philippine Islands who was here list week has had an army career as full of life as usually falls to the lot of one man Shortly after his graduationfrom West Point in the middle eighties Gen Allen then a Lieutenant was sent Into the frozen wilds tjfAlaska to secure information for the Gov arametit He explored largo part of the then almost unknQwn coun try locating ad naming several rivers sod aniiritains aad making mapof the seetioa lie visited After his Alaskan trip LieutAlIen was for a lime an instructor at the West Point Mlitary AeBdemy Lai tar he went to St Petersburg as JO r Military Attache later holding the same post at Berlin Germany and at otherplaoes He found time to visit Sweden arid wrotva book about that countrywhile living in Stockhola When Allen returned to Aerie he wlstatonedtor a time at Fort Riley Kan and At lanta Ga When the Spanish war partieipatthe battle of Santiago two lfor e8- wereshotijnderhllB Gea Allen is the only American pfiicer BOW alive who saw the great fleet of Admiral Cervera when it lay atancbor in Santiago barb With GenHenryLawtonjWho was rterwardkilled in the Philip pines Allen then a Major climbed thahill back oftbe city and looked dow on the tnagaificent warships that represented the pride ofSpain A few days later Cervera headed his ships for the Ilea and Schleys guns tore them to fragment AflerthaCubin caajpsigD Allen went to the Philippiaes where betook an ot eprtrBPU t American lid ea Aguiaaldp tir1Allot received the titleof and appointment as Chief latahi1sry W1 eBt1 G 1 t L4IITCJI LL WiAGONTHE BEST WAGON MADE MiTaaL LEWIS CO RACINE WII FULLY qUARANtEEPc i ALL SIZES ON HAND5 I- To cars American Field Fence on hands at the old price VVfe are just re ceiyirig car of barbed wire and nails bought before the fate advance You get the advantage Ollvtr Chilled Plows Ban Mitchell Hillside Plows Disc Har rows We can izvo yi4 Wrfiey tn harness notwithstan Mflf big a iir Itithtr- E L tA T BYRON Owingsyille Ky t SAvacooPsiR P RihiJiMary Gudgell is a candiditt the tour to Europe icnnleic eonducted by the CouHerJt t Miss GudKoll is fine of the ft a most popular srciety girls receiving many votes from JijJr ldlrrulD 11dtacit consent there will be nii d candidate from OwlngsvJHe u 1rttil AKSA Iltu DitAD2 tFriday morning Mrs Ant P was found d Bdrib f hi ic e Xerburne lhJ body i1ter little daugbUfr Grace eft her mother ftppti J Miealth a tOw minutes fti servlo s were held v He y gat Stierhurile nt iOrkuu- tniugnnd the intrrui nt w i L i ie gfigOl Itt tr hit Ft t I f NEAR PHEIITOH O1 Urnedvdeahn4v a rd BO bally thutf 47 ioverturning afreighttralnnearPvn a i4y morning about 1 nclo i The dead man is Peter Wilier A Lexington conductor of the ia r which he was killed The Itjt 4 man is namedFlynn Hls mrao il- In Mt Sterlinkhd he was Bnike man on the train Miller and Flynn were riding fj Slibya high rate of speed Ruundin ai curve the caboose vras thrown t na1 the track and turned over the r d hot stove falling on the two t nienp pinningJI iller down in such a aiana tier that be could not extricalfe himself and was literally cooked til death Flnn managed 10 cfawt from under the stove and eseapad with his life but Is badly injured Miilera the hosphkbPerryhand was the first man to reabai the sceneof the accident Tee train to which the caboose wca 4w iacJe lad been rub 16 Prestonffr crew not having npUced the a- ueflcdof the cabooee Power found 1nwit a bf hdjfa 4 fltJlllnlaRe xnrtFMlllerwaamanner that it was impossible rffr extricate him Miller realized that death was inevitable and gave vbs watch to Power with Ingtructions for Its disposal Miller then askedl that a plank be placed o erhl toutblV that smoke would tfot strangle bira This was done jutas Miller died i That collectors outa1desflId th omoeboynhes8ore He says he ant gain t bring that bill up hero again n All right Thank him as politely as you possiyy canrELBluBum has eome back frotnNew York1 has been dftteptbchta y Full of talks of u Yes says he itt JP5 alzr while be wus tiler Thats rfghtlr ud most of the time fle ran the orta water fouti tain Ins drug8iot Ex ALL HE PRb i8t GocM olhnu1 t eee er uliie find 1 7c l 1ir HOW FORTUZsJr5VarESTAItTED- Cornelius Vanderbilt turned his own- boat John Jacob Astor sold apples in the streets Gould a book gen- tJoImWaJam dier began lire at t2aweek4lLAndrewCaruegie began life at2GO a week punterElihuAbraham Lincoln was n railsplit nr James J Hilt began as a rousta boutWIillnmA Clark as a young man is a miner repurtr1htele hnp operator ripinas F Ryan was a clerk ina Ssooda store V Illam Lloyd Garrison was a truatrs devil Daniel Drew began as a cattle trade erA TStewnrt woe a school teacher Henry JI Roera wits a grocers delivery bcwYork World HK MADS His PutrDuriigthe rec municipal ciunpnlKii a colored utahwhj wits fpeakiiin ia bohalf of Uqokwiilter eiid uvorlne to bring Hi nietuwho were out b- 4iioiiito tlo1tIlicttu fold had OfIoxprft lot told wit- hrt rwhiti by iIU it- hrfltl1 dtoeak at a liaJ Dl OtJ Rrtsrbefufi j iajroiluced heOblXul tfr hU fanion Gentlrmen niHl fellow cltiens jam iladufthls opportunity to ad drtms tills gatherJBK here thueven log Fur the last 30 years I liarve be n riaatyMftah a colored man named HawkJaa who vua an the opposite iide f the elec tion stionaiid wiaj dW not like eeakerenytIoL Math Chair UUUIl lie ahouted Au wants to mako spoint wen stats your point directed the Chairman ungry Itt the interrup tion Clearing his throat Hawkins took file floor 4ind said Mjtitahi Chairman de gentleman tiayatbatfor past 20 years he has been a votah iib aiiirlun county I know of four years de gentleman spent up III Mfchlgau City pert Data muh point Indianapolis News EAGLE BOAUDS LOCOMOTIVE AND I iOHT TIIBEE MEK Fighting des pjrutely not only for tbeaselves btic for the lives and safety of over 100 pastengera Frank Barlow en fineer and William Krewingtoa Iranian battled for trait an hour unday night in a swaying locomo live cab with a great eagle TUc bandtotalon combat start edvwhen the Rocky Mountain Hm 5ted on the Rook Island Road was three miles west of Agate and the jtwo men were unable to subdue the trocioui bird until the tram pull ed into Limoa It was a running Iglit for 20 fflile FrankHarlowwho lives inDenver at South Ninth and West Collar afeaue has beea conaected with the Rock Islaad for 35 years sad says tHat this is the first time thatBuch ait adveature has ever j eti encKuntered on amoving train diBgj their nest near Agate fOr the pa t 10 anad they appeared fearleSs of asan or rushing trains Supday night the Rocky Mountain limited to Chicago had Just passed Agate hln when one of the eagles raced With the train The bird became infuriated and flew Into the opea window of the engine cah The other eagle followed and although the train was speeding across the prairies at over 50 miles an hourit circled time and agtfiri over the cab Bcreamihg weirdly wh aits mate engaged in itt te rible tight for life wltb the traiLrocr The eagle srU Engineer Bar low o terri c b w on the chest as It 1dW 4gh the front win Cot ttbe eof 114 he fell item nis Jjent The throttle wldeqpen and the engine pounded out the iiee- endangorIDgthe Itof all on the ltraia while Barlow and FTrenjan Bre rington strugged vtth the pl robtous hint t Barlow started baek to blsIever JiJwhen Brwlngton called put 5cr- el utdnfisht tb tdr traI drGjt- r the tender the eagle left liarlnw and Brewington arid attacked him savagely Snyder carries his left arm in a sling as the result The eagle fastened its talons in his hi eeps and bracing itself against the sides of the cab with Its wingstore viciously jat Snyders arm By combined efforts thother two win finally pullert the talons out of the fleet leaving any dan gerous wound The eagle was finally beaten down but still fought fiercely ly ing on the floor and striking ipIa- to the air This dramatic battle WM lighted only by the lurid flajBJfc ithiDing through the furnace dQur The screams of the eagleethree men lighting and cursing like Rends with the ghostly light under the boiler flickering us with nd made thai engine cab rocking and reeling seem like a sectIun of some strange hell said P Thw The eagle waa tttntl with heather thongand br 110 De ejyl where it will be rre onexlihiI tion ia the window pi RnCr land ticket o r1 7 mar JIcf biji d awasHrra4Kveii fcct sad elevea incaes froa liplair c fiitB jriagtw It is one of ia larg r cx Iw ever eared all vain tba OTIL Dearer Yost o EcojiaMT 8 ujvesaat Fiah rt ideathf the llliaeis Central tail roidwbose subjeetwaXsoy at the annual banquet of the Lo- uIeviieBnrdof TradB list week speke ma folio war In order that wa may clearly un derstand elfotber permit mo In define the word economy The Century Dictionary dtrivea it from the Greek word oikonomiawhich meant the management of a household and family or nltb State the public revenue and in turn derivesr oikonomia from two other GzeekworiJoikos a hous and nemein to deal out distribute manage Economy alto means the internal and especially the pecuniary management of sly undertaking corporation State or tblIkoi and the system of rules rind regulations by which anything is managed and it is only latterly that the word has acquired the meaning of thrifty and frugal housekeeping management without loss or waste frugality ia ex penditure prudence and disposi tion to save WebstersUictloaary gives the following synonyms Economy avoids all waste and extravagance and applies money to the best advantage frugality cuts off all indulgence sad pro oseds oa a system of rigid and ha- tftI saving parsimony is frugal- Ity carried to an extresseIavolving meanness of pirltandsIr4ld mode of living Econoay is a virtue and parsimony a vice Frugality may Ivan toxine or the other ac cording to the motives from which it springs The sense ia which I shall use the word econgray is well deflafd in Edmund Burkes Letters to a Nobler Lord written in 1796where he says It may be new to his grace but I beg leaveto tell him that mere parsimony is not economy It is in theory from it and In fact it may not bo a part of econo my according to circumstances Expense and great expense may be an essential part of true economy If parsimony were to be con sidered as one of the kind of that virtue there is however another and a higher econnm Ecoaoroy is a distributive vht irtiaocoB UtB not in saving but in selectjr simony r re8 no rotrw sagacity Ropoerorc nocomparisonnojudgiie 1 o noblest kind m f lse economy V Ilt08 titcnnom v1ews rdemand orYugn jJ a1 4ilt sbutbj tdent pjittu S Bd 1d C ijciFI4IIrr I have tlm largest stock of JJobm and lIonBlankeU Ver 10 this ttlhlthem rrnVUbe cheapest totbeb I boigk them tfronJtb A lulUaand Htfl pest than loseU them tthllm eT r here kIiuwtbattheiAIsIaegfrtj Hers r Blanket Is Come and iTeeiMjincI save rhuv6ir j Jng the heat Sa4I H raVMUafgy Horse 3Inketsit Special attention to mail orders 5A BIAS GIRTH Blanket EUGENE MIN1HK- Owingivilk CintSlIp Wont Cnn oa r Ky f r THE RACKETSTORv y During January we are going to sell our Winter Goods at a reduce price Come and getsome ofthe barfains before they arc sold i 5t6OutIngClothnowyd ftf JOB Woods SoIIinc Pin for i i Floss toSkela 5c PaperPise Coarse Knitting Yarn now Skeia 6a 40Wire HairPina a6c Ladies Union Suits aeced 17 10cBreadge at 5r 6OcMnsIivy Fteeed Sht5 now cs MeaeVtIsIu44Coljara for 6e liCeLdsFlanA1 7 rerl83flI 5c Saxony Yarn now Skein 3Je 35lb SprInMalsaeagefor 825c Children Tuques redueed to 38c iolb Spring BaJaa i f rllieSurpriseJOe kind each lOc lOc Shelf Oilcloth fyr CASH PAID FOR E3- GSWHEFLW f E tL and quoted from the Book ofPrey erb Thre is tbatscattereth and yet InCreaseth- D not imagine that I am going tti w IL 1itaR address on fBlnniertarIfIdoa1tID ltntotfu la r and the necessity tIll ecnnqltitV In the househoM in SutiC r1rl Sy por4t aapUBKc rut 1is now J 1 T1iJ1bhatlalHliiIta Wcrr aa whieli ghregee enp 4rcI pe- cssauist o3ttni tttti lwiskiaA preaeJltJtefIl cr J ib eli1 Rft oa wII that par peapl IrispendtfcriftV earning ssoHey freely Lad waatia it tU ueb an e UKtft to make It prnveribial that what is thrown outof our kitchens would support frugal people lie almost afcou tryhIKllr peWbile we- have ia recent years become to no small measure nanufacturer we are still essentially aa agricultural people producing rrolBth l eil andezplJinghowever ssaall wbics on the a veV age it saved by sack citizen re dousds to tbe beaeit of all by ia erealiogour accumulated capital During the bad time which fol lowed 1893 lhadoeealloR aore than oo ce to draw atteatioa to the fact that WII wercHhen setting rich rapidly becalueourpeopleb d then recently learnt frugality in the hard school of advertity and were at that time saving This dally saving by the proplebowever small it nay tip amount tn an emirnious sum an nil ally Wbather our85000000of fellow countrymen save or waste it ia hardly iaagin able that they can save or weel- ess than live cents per capita per day This would amount tn f4 250000 dllflyand f1551250000 yearly While is impossible to state exactly how such iatanytime being wasted OUSTed iii toI ay mind just as clear that as s people we are today wasting as It was in 18S4 189ft and JS9ft that we here then savins This IB the first fact which I desire to eaphasiae leaving it to the future and the reasonably near futurto point the moral Turning now to our general or public economy No ore caa exam ine the appropriations aada by Congress by the 8tateLegiNture9 and byouraunlcipelOTerDnientc r Ho lt apprtrcat jjg hat fire 19 in eu ifir 3stivtue andgrowing Uck t ecnom There is not nn rut nDd extrance Ind Jan and wh Is nnw- co graft whicbj 1 r briberv alcany- wo 11- nn Jta J f s r J t free matter cariied fa the raail constituted fuJloneeighihot iKe Jentire weight earrjed and involved a Iornearly twenty williooB of dollars lied tbtbeea prepaidthr j postage iherffia wauls have far exceeded the deeIeicy kegarc1 tor any ntbercoai4cetioatkIiisti- sdecorio y ctJ ittlailS tln iJi1rJi tihclaWe Ituts acbQ i Runitfncdlirmrye JJ 5- 9U ad tkseiIrui4sag thfw rOBntJl11I 1TMJrrA r HefPy 11 1 1attersoriJ THE JTEgELY Courier Journal A1 The Qutlook BOTH ONE 1BAK FOSJ 9only Few people in the United States have not Heard of the CouriSr Journal JJenoeratie in all things air in all tilings cleats in alt things Itl eMentially a fatally paper JJjra special arrangement we are enabled to offer theW k ly Courier Journal one year and THE OUTLOOK for 81 Wr Bead your subscription for the eambi nation to Ushnot to tba Courier Journal Pnblie Sda OF LAND On thn 19th day of Febraary HOC I will tiflerfor sale at publicauction lit the Courthiuse door InJft liter iKvntlOneeckpmtethiilgre nd best bidder tRy tars oC- 130i s Of land lying Qtbor J Mt f7rttnd UwinguhlippUa1J letR north Mttt Hob rUcu thenr theturasksat tie rOrUlerr oays isrotl tint lounF tttti U eEmbry jr f ass e d south hte I 1 turnplt roads 1IIt l i d nnttIMC0W iQt VQ to e 1 f jti f fJ t1 lt to z t El i i y Y f fiiV J S i i t 5 e r 1 t i d c I s 4 4I p V i1i 4 45pe 0 7 ssThs 4stkLlcb1 Aie worIds r of th ouiirownmay be takerfs V 000000 pounds p sr anJb The prune crop ot California In 1905 5r to estimated by the California Krult agnste135000000 pounds In 1904 The production ot wine In Franco la 1905 as recently estimated by tha S Preach ministry ot Agriculture Konnted to the enormous quantity of w roundly 3500000000 gallons and chowed a decrease from the yield ot the previous year ot over 300000000 gallons M The American people are the most thrifty and saving In the world With 13000000000 In savings banks and 8 f 600000 depositors there Is an average aSsavings account Canada Is second t wHh U89 for each depositor and Hun gary la third with an average ot 1251 Living la Delaware county Newt str York are three sisters believed there UnitedIBtatea They are zira Harvey Scott 1 84 years old Miss Angelina Blair 91 and Misa Arvllla ISalr 89 the coin- S threeSBisters live within 12 miles ot each 1other are all in good health and are C bright at ever 4u Asother revelation comes from Teir a Ten million tons ot sulphur have 4eeii found la the Transpecos region the sulphur field extending over bijitlpjpWr cres with a thickness S ZlaS vevaglag9t2fecL With 10000000 jtoni of 40 percent natlv ore sul WS ffhar to hand certain manufacturing k processes it is expected wilt be re died 20 per cent and the present 4 rate of importing will be onset for 20 year tL 41flirs The gold mines on the American p 1aide ot the line In the far Northwest 1were last year for the first time pro i ducing much larger Quantities of the t t precious metal thanro being found SIfl flrIUMi territory rho yield for i 1996 at Nome and In the surrounding S aptzta valley has cleaned up 47000000 sA tyeafiBto a old production for nearlyrb up at Nome atone = 4 foriCazsie Carter- S Ifie giikt tot South Blue Hill Me1 tad the Kttest twHsaaaSln Maine were 0tE J her graaafather lllsi Carter ay641y Bifeet 4 inches tallp fcut because of aer tremendous weight 4flO jpoqMs tto ordinafy come or 1 eascadequa4e The undertaker r zP41 i constructed antI ij MT i8 I glmtJW akfo of the house l a4 to e ao to getS it in ann out windowr sojL gle eon anti 5 Stt JSfnr starui tin i olther- sad bla fortal3 will tfetea amwg ftlrugen Leland c E r 4a rCd o lyeBeiei and ae died rraft 11atIstoa had fr children i Pre4rick yaa4erblttfc sBO children bf erT7 fWftwit JfaBjwcWldrea And e KeeeteIleis al1 heMTsel Iorte 7 s or mor- b fcaw iIl4reL5WilIall Vender Sj MR sg1it plI4reeOep Gould I q se4 7 5MaE fr This 14ibwi 1veri rich American rta taIHeearkibeor eera1 ay erase iriS Iatbe3rkBe compaales alone 0 outSorIctu I value of f qi alijSt sHaBt railroads in tjbj United ta4 a Tfce as etz are B OTO than 4ree Uei tiff aggregate capital ot theJH4 State and theime of ireaterSthan total r veaue ot din1 ted 6teEIOerBat Tie pbcrleie ivv aaiesamoi oeltneo4ee 3e ftaLernai L IIree 15d- i C1tyISMepoyd ly th New York State l 4 OMta aseoetetloa io run BOWQ thi a y ittMMesed destlsts tIa doingp 1 thIs aheba the 44et1actIo pf bavisi her teeth eAie aore times worldISII attI1- I Jrh4JSM1Ja er eaoutb 4oaI6pw and UJt jjijH tW lrtiir laaCoBro Ii oIdaad three yearaao InD- I r 1Iek toaB 5witli he closed e thejaat yearr tbe oeamWees pow shhiSi beee t eaed by the cx 4eae the 1eg1altheterm The ooaK H will aekertPe a dhoj 51Mw Iegl latiire1 now In eese1o6 will C shall L esjiU1ee fle eommltteeine1us ia arekely to form tb bae1ot 411i wck will throw addition c s fIIrP oIet the adrainistratiou otM1e1raaee eoapaaled and tnt k r yrateet the iBtereetsf of oollcy 4 4 4 The jtreraJeat MM that iFraakllB aaialteilewroagHedeSIe Mto4ogriyI never 4 ri th e11aee of De1ty- I aa4ethwerld end goyrEed lS piQJdoece that tk fnoat I Ic caod athdoii7 75 thateiR ul ae t ailed wIilbe t I ij JIiSb t vZl k ji5vvT5 41 S a IC r t i St5 d 4 t 1 5OS 0O 0S 4O a Oapjrrigtt UN rSuEnlejJ Wnun CHAPTER H COJOisuKi It was of good slzaj uiPworc I fan cied a glooraj aspect A great yew hedge which seemed to enclose ayalk bowlinggreen hid thecround floor of the east wing froth law while a formal rose garden stiff even in n1 glect lay in front of the main building The west wing whose lwer roofs fell gradually away to the woods probably contained the stables and granaries I stood a moment only but I marked all and noted how the road reached the house and which windows were open to attack then I turned and hastened back Fortunately I met no one between the house and the village ana was able to enter the Inn with an air of the most complete Innocence Short asjhad been my absence I found thltigsaltered there Round the door loitered and chattered three strangers stout wellarmed fellows whoso bearing suggested a curious mixture of smugness and independence Halfadozen packhorses stood tethered to the post In front ot the house and the landlords manner from being rude and churlish only had grown preplexed and almost timid One of the strangers f soon found supplied him with wine the others were traveling merchants who rode in the first ones company for the sake ot safety All were sub stantial men from Tarbes solid burgesses and I was not long In guessing that my host fearing what might leak out before them and particularly that I might refer to the previous nights disturbance was on tenterhooks while they remained For a time this did not suggest any thing to me But when we had all taken our seats for supper there came an addition to the party The door opened and the fellow whom I had seen the night before with Jtfadam de Cocheforet entered and tookaStool by the fire I felt sure thathewas one of the servants at the chateau and In a flash his presence Inspired me with the most feasible plan Wr obtaining ad mission which I haflfyet hit upon I felt myself growirighot at the thought It seemed eo full of promise and of danger and on the Instant without giving myself tlmeto think too much I began to carry ltUnlo effect I called for two or three bottles of better winqandasuthinra Jovial air passed it tlift table AVjtfen we had flruik a few glsEesuIfeJWo talking and chocsing polltlcs took the side of the Languedoc party and the malcontents In reckless a fash Ion that the innkeeper WAS beside him self at my Imprudence The merchants who belonged to the clas with whom the cardinal was a ways taojst popular looked flrsti astonished and then en rag L Buflw as not to be checked Hints and sour looks were lost upon me 1 grevf orefellspoken with every glass Iaxik to the Rochellols T swore Itifoiild not be long before they raised thr jg heads again and at last while tbe innkeeper and hUrwlfe were njs t lailglilinfi the lamp I passed iv u j K and r a nil for t toVi Ii slvo you our to beED I brag ged noisily lA gentlemana toast A southern toast Here Is confusion to the cardinal anda health to all who- hate 1im 9 Mon JDleVrf one of the strangers cried springing from his seat In a rage I am not going to stomach that Is your house a common treasonidle he conilnuedtornlng furiously on the landlord that you surer thIsV Hoitytoity I answered coolly keeping my seat What Is al this jionlt you relish my toast little inan Nornor you he retorted hotly whoever you my be Then I will give you another I answered with a hiccough PjerJ baps it will be more to yotm Hereis the Duke of Orleans and may he soon be klngl 000fCHAPTER III TIlE HOUSE nrIrnwoOD words startled the three moImeatseen a ghost Then tho winemerchant clapped hlstand OB thetabieT That Is enough1 he said vrjth a look at his companions think there can be no mistake about that As damna ble treason ns ever J heard whispered I congratulate you Sir on your bold ness As for you ho continued tqrn lug with an ugly sneer to the landlbid 1 shall knowbw th mpany you keep I was not awarfl my vlne wet whistles to such a uhq K But ifhewasitofl i the innkeeper was character thus taken away aad fcelng at no timVa man of many woroX e Tented his rag exactly in he way I wished In a twinkling he raised such liFujproar as roarhketable and overturned It on tho top of me Tho woman saved the lamp and lied with it into a corner wSeuce she and the man from the chateau watched the skirmish in silence but the pewter cups and platters flew spinning across thefloor while the table pinned me to the ground among the ruins of tpy stool Having me at this disadvan tage for at first I made no resistance the landlord began to belaboj site with the first thing he BnatchAdufcp and when I tried to defenefabytMC cursed me with each blow for treah crone rogue and a vagrant Meanwhlje the iKr eTEeccfeanls delighf d ith jfie turn things had taic3ln ed rcuu us laughing and now houndftrhiraciij now bantered me with How MhaffbrJ tho Duke of Orleans sx jy row traitor V lastedlong11 keep- S i him fled to 5 bthod alned 2 a ls 44 4 4gq4 4S t Cflfls iiui4tted the liana to ri ilcety come on Come on If you dareS to a blow you peddling iljng hucksteringMtnavBs A Cg for you your shavlfnp cardinal- The Tedfaced winemerchant drew iIs sword In a one wo Why you drunkcnjfool ho said wrathfully put thatstlck down or I will spit you jikn lark I Lark in your teeth I cried stag goring as If the wine were in my head Another word and I Ho made a couple of savage passes at me but iu a twinkling his sword few across the room Vollal I slitmted lurching forwaro ns if I had luck and not skill to thank for itr Now the next Como on n31II flung my weapon bodily amongt them and seizing the nearest began to wres tie with him In a moment they al1 zhrew them copiousIvinemerchant cried breathlessly to the woman to oren It and In a twink ling they had m through it and halt way across the road Tho one thing I feared was a knifethrust In the nit but I had to run that risk and tho men were honest enough and thinking mo drunk indulgent In a trite I found myself on my back in the dirt with uy head humming and hiard the ban of the door fall noisily Into their plucts I got up and went to the door and to play out my part hammered on It frantically crying out to them to let me In But the three travelers only withIa maker- Baffled In this I retired to a log which lay in the road a few paces from the house and sAt down pn it to await bleedingj 0wasponent It was raining too and the dripping branches swayed over my head The was In the south the coldest quifleiir I began to feel ichlll end dispirited If my scheme Tailed I had forfeited roof and bed Jo no purpose and placed future progress out of the question It was critical moment CBut at last that happened for whlch- I had been lookiqg The door swung open a few inches and a man came noiselessly out the door was quickly barred behlifd hlmi He stood a mo ment waiting on the threshold and peering Into the gloom and seemedjtp expect to be attacked Finding him self unmolested however and all quiet ho went off steadily down the street towards the chateau LloC a couple of minutes go by and then I followed I had no difficulty In hlttlngon the track at the end of the street but when I had once plunged Into the woods I found myself In dark news so intense that I soon strayed from the path and fell over roots and tore my clothes with thorns and lost my temper 20 times before I found the path again However I gained th- ebridn4 last atd caught sight of a I I A MOlt twinkling light before me To make for It across the meadow and terrace was an easy task yet when I had reached the door and had hammered upOn I was in so sorry a plight that I sank dOwn and bad no need to play a part or pfetend to bo worse than I was fJFor a long time no one answered The dark house towering aboVOjine re mained silent I Sould hear mingled Wit1 the throbbings ot i4 heart e steady croaking of the r1pond near the stables but no other sonnd In aJtreijzy of itnpatlenci and disgust I again andhamnrerfea kicking with iny heels on thasaiir studdeuidoor andcryinQikthrate 1 0i oi tIerg a vol4ske AYeectlemau fcrn an swered plteouslr woVlnrlfay hands across the d oi 6r3Qpdlls sa e qpW andi jet men aTifa of v3 r a a1What rOc asked sharply pivjft jfst tartness I fancied it wasJ WQmans t l Heaven knows i cswer d tlesper ately r cann5tteJlTh03 maltreated meat ine into the street I crawled away and have iecq wandering ln lid wool frrqqTheaI saw a light here w Thereon some mutbri ok ft on the other sideofhdQtjI hadmnyear Ing lowered Tie loor swung 5pHrrly open and 4 light shone ut daf fni jnIrtried to shade my eyes Hh toy flJ1gers and as giLd sXfnc4d1heara- niurmur of pity But when jioond iln undcrscreen of my hand I sawonly one person the man who heTdrthi light and his aspect was Bo Btrangty so terrifying tbaijihaken asiwaspy fatigue 1 recblleda stpTlHe was a taH and very thlii man meanly dreseed In ajshort scantyJacket and welWasned hose Unable for sbine reason tplbendhf s neck ha car ned hsil wIth u Andlhat heid J eycr ld inanshpw a factfso like deathv1 Ws forehead waif 01- 5t whlall the lower part of jsreceded his TJV l foe c 5 IJ5hats t as1ieIz41tb and masterl lt d Jally Incror Ik rrV y s 5 a 5 5 is6med 4T fixed grill While I sK Jtthis forT mldable creature tie u quick ma lion to shut the door ngjln smiling more widely I had the presence of mind to thurst In my foot and before ho could resent the act a voice In the background cried For shame Clon Stand back Stand back do youliear I am afraid Monsieur that you are hurtThe last words were my welcome to that house and spoken at an hour and in circumstances so gloomy they made a lasting Impreaslon Round tho hall ran a gallery and this the height of the apartment and the dark panel ling seemed to swallow up the light I stood within the entrance as It ecemcd to me of a hugo cave the skullheaded porter had the air of an ogre Only the voice which greeted me dispelled the Illusion I turned trembling towards the quarter whence It came and shading m eyes made dill a womans form standing aL doorway under the gallery A second figure which I look to be that o e eydnl I had seen at the Inn ipptaed ncer talnly beside her J One of our people halt toMpnly- ou she 6ntlnued speaktn tilIthe darkness I am sorry has happened to you here hutI am afraid that you were Indiscreet III take all the blamed Madam I answered humbly IraskjjjSJr shelter for the night The time has not yet vheriwc cannot give our friends thatT she answered with noble courtesy When It does Monsieur we shall be hamcless ourselvesLI shivered looking anywLerejbutat her for I had not sufficiently pictured this scene lot my arrival I had not foreseen its details and now I took part In It I felt a miserable mcannesJ weigh me down I had never from the first liked the work But I had had no choice And I had no choice now Luckily the guise In which I camo my fatigue and wVund werea Eufficlen mark or I should have Incurred BUS picion at once wFor I am sure that If ever In this world a brave man word a hangdog air or Gil de Berault fdl below himself it was then and there on Madam de Cocheforets threshold with her welcome sounding Inmy ears One I think did not suspect me Clon the porter continued to Ibid the door obstlnately ajar and to eye mi with grinning spite until his mistress with some sharpness bade him drtgi the bars and conduct ne to a room x Do you go alsot Louis she con tinued speaking to the man beside her and see this gentleman comfortably disposed I am sorry nddejJ ajfc dressing me In the gracetw tone she had before used and I thou jt I could bee her head bent In thc 4arkHess that our present circumstances donoti permit us to you e fitly Monsieur But the troublesrSof the 4Isthe honor to bid you goodnight Goodnfght Madam I stammered 1 trembling I had not been able to dis tinguish her face in the gloom of the doorway but her voice her greeting her presence unmanned oo I wa y troubled ar l preplexed 1 fcad not spirit to kick a dog I fojjowed the two servants from the hall without heedIng how we went nor was It until wj came to a fultstop qt a doorjn f vlIf6washed corr1w and jt was forced upon me that Lon fhingwa In qnst cn between toy f0 ind ctors jhai frur ta iK0nuirT Then saw ih one of thera LouJs wished to lodge me here wHereVa stood The porter on the cthcrhand Vbo held the keys vci1d no 1ldLc1 nO 559peak a W6rdtnoTjjld the atierV i nhd queter omlnpuscharpic feito the debate titithfe to jerk his head towards fartherlnl of the corridor and at but hfe carjled his point Louis shntgged hlV shoulr ders and moved on Wereached the end of thV aiaorj and there for ah Instant the with the keys paused and grinned at me Thenheturned Into a narrow pas sage oil the left and after following it for sdme paces halted before a small strong dor His key Jsrred in the lock but ho forced It sirlfJjhjg round and with a aavage fflul ah threw thc door open I walked in and saw a meau bard- chamber with barred wfTxdorlv Th4 Poor was IfldIffecntIyj1ur ther wa4 no furniture The yeJKv Ifeblf of the falling on fthc Volocd walls rgaVo fhiplace rthe look rita dungeon Kturfied to thplwo men v lils Is nb a very gop fooin JsaM And If eea ddinp11ayeyqino othr- Ix ulsMopfc3oubtTullyat his com panlpn tBut the pbrtqrshook his heal stubbornly i Why does he not speak1 I asked with ipipatiene He is dumb LuLs ahsCre 5Iipt it1fHI exclalm d Buthe lirs 1l srssi tbfl eTvanfranswered lv 13tIt he4as ptp4guMons- hudde i as1Led i kflI0 +A b4 lo beuiarfir ff phoj myEeft at ay qds5 jBut the porters ieye3e seemed io burn into wti tongubclovfi moiith Hoopbabd- hfs 1Ip pdp6ined to hi hr atwttIt- a ktnd have some lddlngf l fiurmured aiIlt mhoSfl1c saying sO- mt3iInkldtf escape vOfrZuiyr cL i will siime we it4a tdnkiu4ttbt1est tt Cfori wtfuld jstayrji with ne jvto fjter jivaliliis nnlrute the porter itttIq9ff aaUiprleu- jt9jitld liNbd t the damp tI3- flci Cw ph1thtClqai- ect yil its barred windows U3 the fiack bf tho house ahd MnthJ wiogTfarthest frptn the stnblei prcvjpd tBojnoch Clearlj II vas dangerrfas S3Thkw W whom j mustbear lhadlpabguto woni maddtn c a 1fifl kelbo- st tptnpg LouIs WHO arriasmafl pallet5 fl- dabuhdbt ingsl tjL1OBe CQttfued k taryJ iii Lord tfenbjgnJ tumed 1p ao Bates and have1notiedyours seCtd th lii of i strange activity OhthatsonepxScraze Vfeplle1 KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Lincolns Birthday May Be Made a Holiday In Kentucky Frankfort Jan 24This Is the fourth week of the legislative session and the senate passed Its first and on lysblll Tuesday It was Senator Ec tons bill raising the ago of consent in females from 12 to 16 years A number of blUe were reported by the committees and better progress Is ex pected to bo made from now on Tho senate Is ali Btlrredupover the delay of the public printer In printing the bills Introduced in the senate and the Innocent omclal was soundly roasted by several eenatpraV Finally a resolui tiou was adopted declaring the bills are not printod within three days aftpr their Introduction the print Ing committed shall have power to contract to jtho bills printed Isfl Where and charged to 4he public prfh ter IepresentiUe 1UaIt intro duceda blllto prphlblC the production of any play thafsjs based upon an tagonlsm alleged formerly to exist be tween master or that ex cltea race prejudices The penalties are 500 flOe and jail Imprisonment Frankfort1 Jan 25The sensation of the day In tho legislature was the decision of the f the corn mittee In the Nea Baxlercont st from Louisville which declares that no leI 5gal election yyaa held and thax seat vacanC The senate pjraped thet llen- Cammack bil1 npircatIn L20t- for restorliigthe Henryiiplayf tfth1eir the cemeterJCat Ltifngton 12iehq ior apprdpnate- oxercisQSyoauLlnpolnsyblrthddy annV versary was adoptci1b Senato Warda resoution gross to ame ml theta k provide for an Income andlnherit ance tax was adopted In the house the following bllt3yrere reported favorably Empowering fis cal courts to levy tax to pay fey turn pikes prohibiting aduUerttlotfOf tlni othy seed relating to drainage of pub paymentthereoffor the election of road supervisors Instead ot by appointment The reso lution authorizing the printing of bills by some one other than the publicS printer because of tire delay ed from the clerks desk by Represen tative McKnight and passed Repre sentative Dlsken pf Campbfill conjuy offered a resolution thatthe generar assembly petition tcongresa o ador some measure providing foiiVie egb latlon of railroad rate3anjltihatnh0 members from Kentucky be lir l tp use all honorable means o promote such legislation rYj Frankfort Jan 2Ic tiires of Thursday session wefft tba pas sage of the dog tax law by epate and the seating of Baxter dem by the house The dog law fipt for a tax of0a year on and the money thus collected stltute a fund In each coun for sheep and other dogs Before the adoptlonf curt constitution separate ct n and then would h voWpass a dog law buL cS- J59 e a Cr rast Yaden JCsKed that the cpntestee and 50 t Frankfort lan 27 republican p Mason request a bill providing San board of control K charitable Institutions j to consist of three nienibe least one doctor and one lawyer be appointed on the board bjr the gov ernpr not more than two members of any ore political party shall bd ap pointed on thetobard It is understood this bill has tire united Indorsement of the medical profession all over wae and its passago be strenu ously tinged Senator Linn offered a printdngcommlsstoner to takestep3 to forfeit thfl contract of public printer G her printdifCAnbtIier grist oiIhs presented iijip house1 amohgtnemQna to make 1uicolnsblrthda a legal 1ohIay n j Ttenuc y Tliehqusa paedtife aitJ hexattob bdlJ forjsecpndclas3 olues TrllhffIiia as agreed on 3 y tthjt jcowmlttee H McLf anr ot mnIcpaItfebbIll dblf secoodeAaby WiD Klalre itbOOleinberifr m dezjngtop and they wQuWvixSlf S Jntthelri e prtalto Sunmgnatof iKeotoW wunty U8 jai ndnents hut lTyeTe otItitdown d thebi1Leda It To a LexIngtor HospItal Loizigton Ky Jan 27CTirencq- 1hea tl Festal teieg1ib and smbre1in magnftte ho lriecenLI estabMsKed a fitpckrfarmvf3 this counJ tyfias sent a contrbnlon wioId9O tqiufiebu1ld1ag lGood S marLtaul iIPSPft1 j It1ead AtefltPorao- nSeea145 3an 2VHarve3 Oof wson forrate pts his nfle on Lower Tb1esomrrekIp- oxcountym fpury rold eon got hod p son pd at it i- aJtroIrsthb child adead kJ Deatlr oCa PIoneer j IJohdon Jan 2Mrs Sallle Hens ley died aLJierajomo near Raccoon jn thls county aj che ego of 80 yas rclatiyInwere mnong the flrat settlers K f tile cqnt7 TYearsii- WIiie Icy12CShelb Ball Kftiggr in Patton ully were gvenTtWoye ea hla ihe pehlCen- tftSrV or shootjnr DOe White at Rtidillebqro There are oth er cases agalnstf the men MlheCaYes Owner Killed owensbro Y Jau 25WlUla- mBurnerbrf tor of tb bertf whil yerQ 7p I THE RACE MEETING Doubts As To One Being Held at Lex- Ington This Season Lexington Ky Jan 27IL Is not u certainty that Lexington will have a race meeting this springy although dates have been allotted By the Amer lean Racing association There has been no move made as yet towtrd hold Ing a meeting Capt S S Brown who died recently was the presldeot ottfie tssociaUon which hold Its Inl Ual meeting here last spring and idnc hlad ath there has been no re 7rgaDizatloii of the club Oharle F Meekln Is vice president of the assW clationahd he said that as yet noth ng has been done and that bp could tiotyie say whether another meeting iwould be held W C Scott is secjo ryVr association and he la still in sojith with ha family they hay lug gone f a health resort 0 AN EXPLOSION PREDICTED The Negte1id From the Work ttot the Aeprtfbld Not MaterIallJ Louisville Ky Jan 26A small annyiot negroes jnany of them en and alf mployes of theonipa hurrled Naonal 4workssholtng and r4xgprtleIrihands The Cause or tno tion by a fprtOntater wasepredlcI In the planttwoujld blow up at 9 oclock andJuH everybody The Us tffeter was f i5ewrifyire ks O tnhem6rxUlrgsifto one men jioned the aUer in Jhc stemmtnfeJ- ffiorn and thS panVe ensuedhimt the cpjInt IId notit 1ptac r t TO CQIiTEST fJHEjWlliU RetatIes AIIgerh Undjie Ifhiene e 5i t Jouievtile Ky StOtest tbewaL of Dr5ohATOuohtc lonjr was flJ d by Fapf O hier1onnd 1nMathd iteflclny rflther and sJster dfiGVJWtteni burg ahIeekmdu6 Inflhent The statJa yhtmm 10O0O0O0O0and mueli pf the wealtliawas1ef3 fljth IbXilz 4IiTop Pulse For Tcco1ttHendersonj Tha toj prYcpJor tobacco tafai ea 6n waspald 1iLs marketmteiiS tObaCEXk cot er 4rolcoInpetftWeS a a ata4lef1S ia 1 tS5urlng a m01J9shuivr Itly wiled biI- ho iweci clcSefHehds ttem suIcide fzI RoonhtnShot7BeattyYllle KJa7UiiqdStates- DcpiztyMarsliii Mlmysand flop iitr Collfectojr W TV Short engagid an 9ncunt r with moonshncn Red river hi vtb3f i about 25 Shots wefe fired One moonshlnerAca shot a9 1sevidericeaJ5y a frail ofcblood3 i5 AaIhst the Piice New Copty Iiitchfield masknieetlngS ttfifTtefj resolutions iwero adopted ptptiedtriig ast the prppoeditew5cuty wItch rid a1e pojw qg actual iaWM f yA Heoy1mnOaat Sqmerset Sdmeiie 5ersdl tktwi4 aynitbwb eWuii- 9them weFe1uiurei llet4eJAis ded CyJaii 274hq po 1iceIet1oye Inii Hopklne Irish weW digger boedeaU vbodj wus foun4on tlH raliroad radk WaB mm derdand otklI1ed byatraInVheii last seen alive ihreii negfqes 3ver- oakfnk a1ti ht sIJ r TratL srsctiyijui 27VW Oi Wy att a trayellngsalesman while In a oirber shop liere cut his throat after fiint xelftning I am lunocqat boys Io left a lei p1aIqing time fiauie rWyattai tlieath fs probable v A eyr EnterprlKSvlfvtne Ky Tan 26 Thomas WJ1 Unmsf ia feased to the United States Timhfer Co of Cincinnati the tract oIItind Hnown as the did mill site upon whlcb they are going tpBrectra Jars sawmill planing mill and veneering qi v fCurfew Law Jrt NeWOrtiwpor Ky Jan 26The board ofi ttits curfejufjJlai v Iii Iofdren nndej3l6 years the p ms except wheit tend dly jmrents or guardian PhIcIaiiesCarfolRon iCy Jan 25Dr Jf C thnon one of the most prominent in thisseetton of the stateIcian offkeaif troobl t hls horaeiit gJ county0 geta5out 60 Sways took an aoiive part f 5 IJAUGHT I0TUE CURRENT The Sahara has over onehalf the area qf tie United States Ita popula tion Is yery small for Its area The Libyan and Nubian deserts are only a continuation of It to the red sea Qulack the oldest Indian In the north west died recently at his home on Sat sop river Chehalls county Washington He was at least 120 years old as he wasl old and grayhaired when theoldest Bit tiers came to Grays Harbor 50 years ago A remarkable towage feat was accogiH pUshed by the Australian steameY trUe during her voyage from SingappVe be tObq1l3islandqulcKtimpoflffdays ty Azly tow- Ing ranged ft6i138to Gnles propeTtleninthe union have rlsetffn value more than a billion dollars in two years The average yield of these lands since this century began Is J200000000 a year greater than It waid theTirecedlng six years Several young men of Clyde Pa near Philadelphia have been engaged la catching and shipping frogs to the city market The business pay those en- gAged in It from five to nine dollars a day frfptn jfp J80 pounds f frogs 1tauan dSEcurcd daily which co pgupcLI bouL t2 of salt to cfvlllzatio- nfjjg oldest tiiSo routes areald Xobae opened rfor aft traffic Silt de to a cpnslderafele extent the He was forCed to seltlewherp be ould obtain It This brought him to the seashore andstart I maritime commercej Lastly pfeserya tloniof fOodby salt made long v6ages rtsposslble ami opened UP the world to clv 3iLatictL v t FjVLL WHEAT 11SING INL ALBERTA Si Rapidly ittncreasIn a Itbiii a few shtirti years sIne thb Irapfessfotf prevailed that a large porlloA bthe Canadian West was un fittcd6r agriculture To such an oxI tent did thlsj impresslonrprfivall that T5Strlcts larger than European prln cfliiiitie were devotpd solely toftanch tcgtitldpoe nd ilocko andt herds roamed thpAranges But this agrlctil tiLrIt vaa hard hJnking ani gradnal7 xperfineh weromade but isurely la ter on Aa a fesulttosdaysiJlieubets 3lbgrja rJck 1waetl itzhas ai f tii tlp rwIn PIho World aft giisfimi1i sm atsfleit1are tho farni b jertbt JbtidusIry vpassed the experta nt stage3 that eleVators by the score hayebeen ereciS 4d51nth 9iast two yearg and other rn ln3lbthe r rccJtlon to satisfy upon a ba No H spring wheat yd aolwdecputatlon can b that crc t Iltdliter wfieat from ii1ftiatjCisimiiaP reputeI Tea matlttjthIs oductlon- Itlpdopbteaijbe4kj Or1tnta and s and ctectlon 6faddit1orelerators and millj1armicreasedacre liI be oi n lntm vheaL1 iticasc of jjiTon I8outh lbert in biityearha t0tMf0J1ssdtJimnore IfodlhuirsIs oraqCariaiifajAerhinentian I l TALE8rSeJ i- InEy t api ar- in hcaro icuttni the ft6iii- eo TfU Ludiuta BhdckeU yet ffiey managed to preservQ t1ie mutward furuca of resped4tu cwhen pr8seTUyr1ttnrncd AutthaUlhe her wwsldho- poqi to do gi3Ae StaleJwas mn- pewbIh ran frdnf- r I A recent vsttOrtu I3lic9i2sn13- 1cliurchard asked a native or theyiiiage tobiltre4te to tlc graea Qf1urkeadWaiI t pr1anyru1thflhte dcledypdsiLha- rittUe1iemstb p qyej th rQrbass- Dmernjx the trunk apprtnutt r1ThiskMrs Crfrnsbe Iqt1i iitict- helQCtOr get- rq 3ttaI fretIf Mc- i e two dJ llarsnnkejs Statqsmaa g SS ctIrLne hr 1 rrts F 5 IIJJJIjttJi1Ji iir sjrnilating IheFQtd and1egida iNrlMS I HllUKi i3satidRistCoataIns hdlher OphM0rphiiiernotlkr4 r sSR t noo SoutlotnachDiano fleSS MLSSFSLEP TesuiiIo Signature 0 r 5 J I 51 a J PARALYS Nervous Distortion of FaCurdI i4I Dr Wllltama Pink Pjlla v What appears to be a slight r attack be the forerunnerdarrs Idjsorder No nervous snfferefabopld1 jfoglect tuo varniiig symptoms tat HV should that the torved nerves axi itdurishedJeforo thd IujnrytothedeZI cvoprgauisiuliasgonatoauexteiitthair iid Srsncnr6 a difficnl matter Tba- riervesreceiyotheirnonrishnienttBro gli blood the same as everyoth pjart of the body and the bestnerve teuiq aad food is Dr wailams PinkKllflT The experience of Mr Harry Benils of Truthvillo Washlugton county ITTi ksubstantiates tIns J bad bceufeellngbadlyfo a time ald Mr Bemis aildI thO icarlypartof September 1003 Iwascom polled to quit work on account ot my ill My trouble was at first ex tremo nervousness then may sight bet amo affected and I consu1td au oculist jHeIagainnervousness Increased Slight noises would almost make me wild My mouth st s54 was dnvnrn so I could scarcely eat and one eye was afTected oIconld Jiardly scp Iliadvtry little use ot my limbs v t t iu fact I was almost a complete wreck ramtill right nowaud am awork 1 Thatia because Ifollowed nVirifps ad viceandtobt Dr Williams PinkPilla She hiwl used tho same remedy herself with the most Rratifyijifresultaaudgha persuaded iho to them when ft ap pciired thatihodpctors weronnableto help mo They acted very surelyin my jInDr WitllrlcPillsnrOo1byall druggists orjjyailbyiho DC WiJUaxne X fotlonniq CfllleCtWiY1TY boTclct on lcerveus Diordcrsent tree on The aid style abarppoiiIedeeeef SjianTsh crlgln has nearjy dfcappeared in MexlcobavlngDeea jied byHAf Americanilststs t The caWtet makers of frnraea are artists fcattney keep reproducing year aftbf year the styles which taelr forctather have made for centuries The cntot lumber In the Canadian province of Ontario wilt exceed that of last year by lOOOOOOOfT feeC The cut will total about 450000000 feet Germany pig Iron production in Oc dter passed for the first time tha mliltbnton niark The months out put reached 1006043 tons a gala pt 16 per cent over October last year This country tanks flrst in the pa 7Ltpermaklng Industry Germany Wseci1 ta cod and Treat Ordain comes third T ThoproducUaa in America Is two orjV three times greater than in Great Britain j The United States consumes allVt Jt j ihilual Iron output f 35tI0000 tone s England consumes 6000 tons more I1 its 14000000 ton ontgut and Germany SOpOOOO moretbaa iu 31 t 000 000 ton output V h One brickmaUng company putout 84200l0 Jar to the ehieef1neariy475O00t1 This f is s t average and jthegrealeit t total of brick Vet made Iff New York state ay0 brick manttfacTttrfn piani v ccvfrdjnc qrecent statistical state ments published Bulletin ot the Qeog aphTcal iocfety sof S- 4PtIstorlS1prndut1oabf peJ aziollows U States flusm W 4 It maybe the 1ithn footbali toimic1i the publk ot eta i itifr JWhat the average man seeds ni than anytjriog else isaup4o eviL t ning rsceptioncQnYersatiOn CO4 rc th ittr wagon 5lpery jerj water waon is hhoidenCttPicthence theueforceiqcc31mm3O 5 Thepreald n VJ Neiada McL hCsilettiaeiid The 1resumtio t th titeti otbeing at the bOdthIog5 S I S5t e41 EIi4jyjjjqi3 1l4 noIKIDNEYIt iI l3tHSa s i Ol 4 The KjRdYou H1I AiWSBULIhtla s- adf3 a i t the Signatmo51SIj0h 51N4 5 St a G11a- t 4lSsS piiit O t jSj4Pttf4 I e t I kLw A S t i 11Z I V Th Faith That Conquered 5TOROF THE CRISIS IN MOSES XIFB By tIHJzhwydywPrcbsr 4 Pirt ILA w CliwB tet 3 Copjrt ttm bj JK Edion j1 k 54 c Scripture Authority By faith Moses 4 when he Dad come to years refused lobe called the son of Pharaohs daughter choosing rather to suffer affliction with ho ceqple of God than to enjoy the pleasures of slA for a season esteeming the reproach 4otChrist greater riches than the treasures Egypt for he had respect untotherec impemje of the rewaIeb a242fi j LMOST two years tbadgone by and t Moses still lin i gered in Ethiopia g Before the close ti of the first year i he had put down the rebellion and had by his wise I anti patient states manshlp slab I t llahed a strong ll dependency of SEgypt but ho de Ilayed his rethvij t sending back word lo the king that certain affairs still fttir required his attention and giving full q tad detailed account of all that ThzCtt S en accomplished since his departure from Egypt And Pharaoh was stts fled nay more he was pleased with the services Moses had rendered and y was Impatlentfor his return only that hanoisJiron But to Thermutis the Princess Moth or toses dlspatctejlJbe following let- S trof explanatzn l Dearl3Thiloyed The kIngs bilsi j4 nesa has been executed successfully Jndere thls I expected to be back with d Y ro t Egypt but something hqs 4 a 1d2 transpired oven while I was preparft 74for ray return which impells mo to I ilarry Who would have thought that I 1 s off Ethiopia I would have beet f7 led to continue ray search for knowledge of the Hebrew people But such now lzt5 inv teems expedient for reasons which I vYirt m proceed to explain After the first decisive battle and the rebel I Y l tr tOKea bad beta scattered I was with the division of the army which was f2 pursuing the main body of the enemy 1 Our efforts to overtake tho fleeing rob it Bis were unsuccessful but on the third 4r day there w a brought before me a I than who had been captured and In 4 ofI papyrus my e supposed might contain valuable hIIi Information about the enemy Oa 1It rJw a questioning the prisoner through an FirYi I found he claimed to be ofHebrew doscent there are some 7 HebrewS Scattered through this south I i cr country having been brought here e 4vi b EgypllaB masters and declared tiat he waa seeking to make his way Tback to Egypt having been Intrusted1 Vii said with the papyrus writing by fVvery aged Hebrew who was the servant of an Egyptian who was the I ckteL leader pt the lnsurreLIon In intrusting this precious bit of manu I script io this man the aged Hebrew I Ihadpre e1 him with its value and I importance and as be stood before e he was In an agony of fear lest j ftr JtBfeeuld ho destroyed Ho declared thtThe wastjJxcr ft It possible jhehasdsofsomocn cfthc It tbeJkbrea 1nQsieii As L7ay well Jmaglne I was av once ey interested in the maBLand tx I wii iir 0j ptpyruft anS openetr the that It was writ 4the faailiar E yptian charac the brief mesuze I i tmrIbedbereIn AMffliaud son of Joseph 1 4s greeting to e eldrs- Hebrews I bad cx- I 1itI ieeted is the providence of a t to Goshen and t1known certain facts In I AjU 1redto the Hebre people i lS owhIch I am possessed but 1 t alWlag sow of great age and- q o tak dr errmear to the grave I have W at141 deBpalrcd t ever de I t r4at tV3TtlZ the ikessage in per s nd so am C0nstalnc to i It to writin and in Tir trurt it to other hands Jo I 1 a i fe8vbiBa iare with you and by their side are ree jh3 erdee will not at teiptto give the Information a Let search be e Ood hu not forgotten Tketime1e at o ii4t1 e 4 Jyoiz ay well believe I was thrilled I what I 1iaded and 4further qqcstIonIn IAfC e art1kwesint-5 and bow I fmb etbe1fhiopIa To thes a ie pointed to the south Far far and in yep i tO ecesd be told me that A1d been brought b his- EgyptI some 30 years be sI faithful in jiaving hien given the cIietb toe daIe w ukl be 1L 4aIsqdto PWTE- I F t Z4TbeIisbeo to go atOBce In search h ycc 4c3aIiwu wellnigh Irresistible 7 cbiCl set aeeds return and bringI fthe chaos and reestab- Ld I i JHplHBKiIe over the country 4 j IJ4 notsaeglect to dispatch the t i eesage to Ammihud cffelii vWiBfti t Jf his master would i g altew iteretura to me he the inns flet receive pardon at my 4 ctr 4LV ThVtJWB months ago I have 4joj3iingandnowtbattheaffairs 2 c flLee1t I go In search of c tlifUmJB When I left Egypt TUii rvejjlsem from the king I tbeagtwasterminatIng until ray Into Hebrew his 1 r teeZn tOed ferely leads if we will bitflwaa4kere in Ethiopia I find 1it 15Iul lB Wto Information I seek A4iev fTlttpr Gewurfled and reread the let Rr9fcifc dljrlpiew whether she was- dML o wrnr far the Information it con L taiasUlIcherished her tbougbt- z te iakbg and bis people as cf iree sad the possibility Js setMsg trasp1ring to turn Moses A4 goal she coveted for 0 cter euy and IUhumored c pl3ut tL e MIKM west by land nj fur r 11 4cargo 6lAf pcordihgtT lt ie1Ji t s g f4 1 7f i 1 0 t N b I J4 t i v s4 4 a i3f a 4 r L1 tbJc 4 I 14Pt n rt ic1ij t t L c Pf 3 t L Ihcr message camefrom him until at last came tho word that he and this army yero dntlielrjwayhbmo and Mhn anti the king wBro busy with their preparations for the jojrnoy to Thebes tho southern capItaUof ho kingdom where Moses was to bo fectlved wltli all itho honorspf Ihei returned con Hueror The pomp and ceremony are over Populaeo and courtiers amPlcing have vied with each other in paying tribute lo the returned hero and his army The king from the balcony overlook Ing the great courtway before the pal ncqias reVlewcd the passing troops and has showered irpoh M Jses as ho jnvsscaiho costly necklaces of gold which bespoke the special royal favor And then In the house of pillars the Rrcataudienco room of the palace the kliig has bestowed jipon him the title of Fanbcarcr on the Bight Hand of thJ King and Nenest Friend the highest honors to be won by an Egyp Han And now all is over and Moses and the princess mother have em irked upon ono of the royal barges on their return to their home above Memphis Ttip placid waters are gay with tub colors of the many boats and the songs pf the rowers as they keep tlmeMo tho teatpf their oars floats tip to them frbpi below As they sat watching the busy scenesabottt them JThefjnutls searched the face of Moses to se if she could rea3 there any answer to the quos tlonslhat fillciher heart arid which We almost feared to ask Ho seemed t In no mood to talk and to her light sallies he responded but halfheartedly What she exclaimed as site noted that the small jeweled battlcax and the exquisite fan the insignia of his new titles had slipped from his hands hast thou so soon tired of the tokens of thy great honors The soft touch or her hands as sIte sought fo replace the ax and fan and her words roused him and as the taint Bntllo which passed over his fea tures dlpd away he half impatiently exolaln ed Vhat can they mean to me now What I there that Egypt cnn gIve me seeing that the hope of the Hebrew peoplo leads away from Egypt fThon hast now light his mother asked with suspicious huskiness in hcrvolc6 What hast thou learned DiilitthoU find Ammihud answer thy last question first nfid thus start at the beginning of my story I found Ammihud after long search and much adventure and while he is unable to give the details of the records said to rest In the tomb of Jo sepn Jljc declares positively that the lund promised by God to Abraham Isnac and Jacob is Canaan and that Jo seph took pledge of his sons that tncy wpuld carry up his body with them assuring them that God would surely visit them and lead them out Thermutis brow darkened and the lines about her mouth set In stern de termination She would not yleliVner cherished dreams without a tuggle and her mind quickly set td work to harmpnjze the newlydiscovered facts If facts they were with the plans foi Moses and his people as she had con celved tlicm Sho waited Jn slfencj for Moses to continue his story but his eyes were gazing out across the water and ho showed no incllnatfon to say more WeliV atlast ehe expostul ableto keepElill longer That fs ahIj Moses responT quiet seriousness save that A diarettithnui JJI hand as the records in Joseph will sbow thisaUmcanf she denandqd abruptly I hardly 3owho1o anstceq err he said slowly savrtnai eager to knp Gods for pie and am trying to be trillini low Hlm cost what itJnay pi uC adraittinB ttie truth of aftS Ammihud has revealed what is tbeN thec Need It changgpne twhitryour plans or your hopes as an Egyptian prince As king may it not be that thou artto lead thy armies tojthe conquest of Canaan and may Jt not be thy pleasure IP settle there tby delivered people and was it not to be expected that Joseph should choos6 final resting place with Abraham and Isaac andJacobInann and as to the time bingnqara1Jiand do we not know that the king is growing old and feeble and that at no distant day thy opportunity will cOmeT Thermutis spoko with intense earn estness and Moses felt her eyes upon him but he dared not look up He did not feej that he could trust himself jq enter Into her plans for hiitrthen Her plea was certainly nlauslblej and th rong to follow her briiinPsctIetie but be was conscious lat it was God rather than his mother he must f6llowV We must alt he said at last with effort God will lead the way And during theretnainder of the long trip no further reference was made to the subjectbut each juras busy with the tumult ofthbught which raged within each was struggling with the question of the future and what It held In store for them and each was trying to calm the rising feara of some Impending tragedy Churches Want Independence The special characteristic of the churches in Japan Just now is a new longing for independence Since Japan is everywhere recognlzed as one of the great powers Jt Isjiatural that lead ting Christians ihbuTd wish to be freo from the semblance of foreign die tation A Rebuke A Christian woman pf FoocBow China when iii England visited a ca thedral Noticing the date upon the oldest pad of the Building she ex claimed What do you mean to say you were Christians eli those years anti you nevef told uV Is il any wondershe asked the question Gordonts Hope Realized After nearly 30 years Gen Cordons appeal for missionaries for the Sou dan is being answered Lord Crpmer and the Sirdar have not felt befpre that political eo dlt1cni wer ready but now a strong party of missionaries Is being set by the Church Mission ary society Reverend Lamplighter Bev William HiMwrray pastor of the Unlversailst church n Solthold N YH has been chosen to act cs lamplighter In UponttjImtwalk pver 12 t p sSI i 4 p 4 ity ifsIiMPPED 11 FLAGS Tho Remains of nell Wheeler Taken to Washington An Imposing Military Pageant Es corted the Body to the Church In New York When Brief Services Were Held Now York Jan 29An imposing military pageant passing across Brook lyn bridge brief services at St Thom as Episcopal church In Fifth avenue and an escort across the North river ferry to Jersey City where tIm body was placed on a train to be taken to Washington for interment in the na tional cemetery at Arlington marked the funeral in this city Sunday of Brig Gen Jos Wheeler cavalry lead er of the Confcdoracy and later ono of the most prominent figures among the generals of the SpanishAmerican war The body of thru dead soldier was wrapped In the flags under which ho had served with almost equal vigor and distinction the stars anti bars of the Confederate states and the stars and stripes Veterans of the southern and northern armies mingled In pay Ing tribute to Con Wheeler with the younger veterans of the Cuban and Philippine campaigns of 1S93 and 1809 Tile route of the funeral cortege was lined with great crowds most of whom stood with bared heads as the pro cession passed The funeral took place from the home of Gen Wheelers sister Mrs Sterling Smith In Brooklyn where Gen Wheeler died on Thursday of pneumoniaA horso with boots reversed in the stirrups and a cavalry sword dangling from the saddle was led just behind the caisson The church edifice was thronged The funeral scrives were simple and brief The altar of the church was almost hidden beneath the floral of ferings one among them a great wreath sent by President Roosevelt THE INDICTED PACKERS The Question of Immunity From Crim inal Prosecution Must Be Tried Chicago Jan 29That the ques tion of the indicted packers immunity from prosecution must be tried on the facts become a practical certainty Sunday when the last effort of the opposing attorneys to reach an agree fluent by which the matter might ba expedited failed The hearing that now becomes necessary will Involve the taking of a large volume of testi mony and will last for perhaps threo weoljs HJid an agreement been reach ed a plea forMhe def J dant packers would have bden majVfinn which the gave jiI ninrer On neyawduli1bt Humphrey t withoutju1 Fonrr i l s a 4 tv tIIil4 is r rala ApjlTati s cho CiiiwliIb-e made b the c counol by tiie OhlcasOOeritnrtSriB railroad Co for a 50 yeaTfrahihi f tenmile subway syptepi for jr p jf traffic under phl cagos dovyntowu streets The com pany was organized In 1894 wilttai capital tpffl5QOp and a frarictilso was asked for at that tlme but the council refused to grant It cost of the War TokloJan 29An official report submitted to the hint shows thaftho actual outlay for the war from the beginning ot hpstlHUes to their end in September last was for the army 495000000 and Lou the navy 90 000000 Presents For Miss Roosevelt Peking Jan 29Tho dowager cm press has sent to the American lego tion a number of wedding presents tot Miss Mice Roosevelt 11ie presents consist of costly Jewels silks and ermine robes Thousands of Veterans Die Washington Jan 29In the past six months taps ihave been sounded over the graves of 28006 pensioners of tho civil war according to a state meat of Pension Commissioner War ncr There were 679234 pensioners on December 31 N To Join Unions Paris Jan 29SIx thousand gov eminent employes held meeting hero and adopted resolutions demanding that the government frame and have pissed a bill permitting Us servants to form unions Order at Vladivostok vSt Petersburg Jan 29count Wltto roc9iveda telegram from Gen Llnevitch reporting that all is quiet wifch the Manchuria litanies The gen oral tilso reports that order prevails at Vjadlvostok where the mutinous sail oda have beeen disarmed Presented With Bibles Annapolis Md Jan 9Cophes of the Bible were presented tp the mem hers of the graduating class of the nar val academy during chapel services Sunday morning bylie Ainerican Sea men z Frlftud society Son pf An Admiral Kills Himself New York Jan 29 William Van Reypen jri a law student at Oolum Wia university a son of Rr Adra WJlr Ham Knickerbocker Van lteygea Washington a retired surgeon gcnai- an he navy shot ostl erit hoi Pro New 4 p r h 4 V 1 Zd i v QFFI Worked a uouble Identity Game on the f tdulous HoldUp Man The electric car was not far from half way between pin and South Chicago and was tr along monotonous ly with a flat ucel and five or six tired and sleep passengers relates the Chi cage Tribune It stopped a lonely crossing to take on another tngera man of enor mous size nailed up to the ears in a heavy overcoat No sooner hail the newcomer stepped Inside than he Billed a hugo revolver from his coat i rk and said In a how hut determined tiu int was heard dir tlnctly through tlii Hands up every f Every hand went With lila deadly weapon eld ready for instant action the ban ui began on the first passenger Ill Just relieve you my friend he said of I guess you wont interrupted the other with an amused smile If you matte another motion youre a dead man alight behind you Is Officer Dick Hogan in plain clothes anti hes got the drop on you Perhaps you didnt notice him when you came In The robber seemed to bo up against a new game Ho hesitated It might be true and it might be n bluff If he went ahead with the holdup he might be pinked by the officer behind him and If ho turned his head to see If any officer was there ho exposed hint self to a possible shot from the man in front of him Wing him Hogan said the man if he moves a muscle unless I tell him to move IL Now my friend Ill trouble you to lower that shooting iron Watch him Dick Thats right sir Now hand ine your gun with the butt end foremost Let him have It Dick if he hesitates a second longer Ah thanks The passenger with the bandits gun In his hand stood up Now you Infernal scoundrel he said leveling the weapon at lila head go and sit down in that corner The robber obeyed Then for the first time ho looked thcofficQr Well pard he growled you play It on me all right I dont see no Office HoganIm Officer Hogan said the otb r snapping the handcnffsonhiman feeling a bit streaked for letting jon have the advantage of me for about u seconds Note This is submitted as the n 2s draft of a detective story thatcoul easily padded outto 4000 words orii by any aspiring young writer and et o discriminating publisher might bet to accept it and pay 15 for iton pub lication qa Imposing Title r official title of King Carlj of Aal Is not a little imposing Iaeg of Portugal and the Algorvc i tnIjJoypnd the seas in Afrif a 4 Mlulnea and of the naviarco of Ethiopia A rs Ti f tll West Indict us cred in th i tel l ii ot vatos from France V automobiles at about VQ been exported to the tes this year In that hi 4factures Prance is far abet United Kingdom Travels of the Eye In following the printed lines a boot or paper the eye in the cour a lifetime covers some 5000 miles and the ordinary correspondent pushes a penover 20 to 25 miles of paper in the course of three score and en years Dress Trains Barred In North Prussia there are several municipalities where the health aii thorltiesnne very woman who appeals on the street In a dress which drags upon the street United Families Three brothers were wedded to three sisters and a sister of the brothers to a brother of the sisters at Durren England rat September In each of the four cases bride and groom were of the same ago ranging from 19 to 23 Paris Population p The density of the population of Paris is astounding In 1878 there wero 254 inhabitants per hectare two and onehalf acres today there are 322 MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Jan 3 CATTLEFolr to Booi W 60 3w Heavy steer 4 75 CALVKSExtra W7T51 hIOGSChole packers S Mixed packers 5 0 t Ci BHKEP Extra 510 IiAMBSKxtra r E- iFLOURSpring patent 5 00 St i VHEATjrNo 2 red 91 No3red 83 CORNNO 2 mIxed OATSNo 2 mixed tt- RYENo 2 HAYChoIce timothy tt1 PORKrClear mess icI BUTTERChoIce dairy i tl Choice APPLESCholce 22OldCHICAGO FLOUR Wlntr patent 4 WHEAT Xq red 5 No 3 red t St CORN NO HVMU t 41i OATS No S s1 i Id rvVPORK 4l LARD Steam rsiW YORK FMKfn win r Ia it 10 tI WHEAT No r I U 0CORNNO za a t OATS No 2 nilxMli 37 RYE Western i 0i 4 S t a Tenr J005 Sales jT The total distributive sales for 1905 exceeded 11200000000 This total Is realized from the sale of fresh meats beef mutton and pork provisions produce poultry butter and eggs soaps glues oils bones fertilizers feathers casings hides wools pelts and other byprod ucts derived from cattle sheep hogs and poultry Margin of ProfIt The Industry is operaled on a mar gin of less than 2 cents to each del hat of sales Swift Co do not sell at retail Their entire output Is sold at wholesale to many thousands of dealers In various parts of the world There are hundreds of local slaughter ers throughout the United States who buy their live stock in competition with the packer doing an interstate and international business Likewise the packer must sell in competition with the local slaughterers There are po secret processes In the industry no complicated and expensive factories and as live stock can bo purchased in almost every hamlet and city and the preparation of meats is simple in the extreme local slaughtering will Jong remain a factor in the production of fresh meats and provisions Economic Advantages Tho large packing houses will how ever always have these advantages Mentions at the chief Ifvo stock cen rs with the opportunity to buy the ist live stock manufacturing in large quantities at the minimum of jxpense utilization of all waste mate rial refrigeration mechanical appliances highly efficient business man agement These advantages are re ectcd In the quality of the packers rutput a quality that has reached Its highest development in the products bearing the narao and brand of Swift PurcIinnlDK Live Stock The principal live stock centers are Chicago Kansas City Omaha St i DACHSHUND IN A FLATS the Serial or Continued Canine Is Apt to Take Up Too Much Room Our ever delightful colaborer of the vfomans department gently quarrels in an essay on environment at the incongruity of tho dachshund iu a flat though she does not tell us remarks the- ISt Louis GlobeDemocrat wherein the in conruity lies It seem to the common or garden mind that a dachshund would be better placed in a Hat than in- hone for when one Las a dog het likes tu Kvo hin all on one 3 triol or Jftfomxl dqg the in a extend fftun the attic to thebasemea house andyoiieatitt- ell which end is v i Mi a great maqy steps all covered with dog You may go to the basement to feed him and find that have come to the wrong end the feeding part being in tjie third floor front Now ina flat where the rooms are all on one floor in a rowthey are always cither one behind the otheror one before the other you can tell boy your dachshund is going to end irom tlje iirst chapter so to sjVeak Of course you can shbt city doors but one never shuts doors in a flat anyway it takes up too much Axmi And in a flat a dachshund being unable to turn toumi is susceptible to some permanency of artistic treatment His in the parlor may be decorated to suit and each section of hi anatomy made to agree in its general color scheme with the room t inhabits And the whole theory of the dachshund is in harmony with flat life You have to look at him on the installment plan DOCTOR CURED OF ECZEMA Maryland Physician Cures Himself Dr Fisher Says Cutlcura Rem edies Possess True ITerit iMy face was afflicted with eczema in the year 1S07 I used the Cuticura Reme di and was entirely cured I am a prac prescribeCiyiouraces of cc2cma and they have cured where other formulas have failed T aol not in the habit of endorsing patent nedicinci but when I find remedies pos ceasing true merit such as the Cuticura enoughtohave been practicing medicine for sixteen years and must say I find your Remedies A Xo You are at liberty to publish BigPoolBetween Friends First Comedian Did you score a hit with new specialty Second ComedianDid Why the au dience gazed with openmouthed wonder l morc was half Wonderful It is seTdom that an entire audience yawns at onceStray Btprics It Cures While You Walk Allcna FootEase is a certain cure for hot sweating callous and swollen aching feet Sold by all Druggists Price 23c Dont accept any substitute package FREE Address Allen S Olmstcd Le Roy N Y Got the Wrong Answer The sluggard having gone to the ant per euant to instructions had returned and was making his report Watching the things contm uallussing over something or and never sioppine to rest he said made me mote than ever Chicago Trib one ITO dire a Cold In One Day Talco LAXATIVE BhoMO Quinine Tablets Druggists rotund money It to cure Kw GimvE8 signature Is on each box 25a S Preferred Stock She lives Usburg Whit e r ck does she come of Steely i r s referred Philadelphia Bulletin f ar sun Piros Cure for Consumption w myi Hiree years ago R iv jrctct N V eb 17 1900 Most youns liowa dont begin to think Jlioifl marriage until have been Times married two or three montnsN- Y Louis St Joseph St Paul and Fort Worth The same methods of purchas ing cattle sheep and hogs prevail at all cities At Chicago which isthe largest market there are about two hundred and fitly fciiydr representing packers local slaugnterers in various cities and exporters Of this number less than a score are employed by Swift Company The farmer ships lila live stock to Chicago consigns them to a commis sion firm at the Union Stock Yards who sees that they are unloaded and put in pens Then the buyers inspect them make their offers to the commis sion dealer who accepts or rejects as his judgment dictates All buying must be finished at 3 oclock each day and this buyer must pay spot cash If the commission man has no satisfactory offers ho can hold his stock over to the next day He gets his commission from the farmer and naturally strives to get the highest possible price for his client Wholesale Distributing House A wholesale distributing house is a giant refrigerator but Instead of shelves there are trolley rails from which are suspended books to hang the carcasses Some of the houses cost as much as a hundred thousand dol lars to build and equip As a rule they are of pressed brick the insides being lined floor walls and ceiling with highly polished hardwood The floors are covered dally with fresh saw dust and all are kept spotlessly clean There are over three hundred of these wholesale houses In various cities of the United States and the public is al ways welcome to visit them racking lhtnta AH the Swift Company plants are located at the great live stock markets in the heart of the great agricultural sections where can be purchased the finest grades of cattle sheep and hogs Wo have seven packing plants employ ing at each from two to elghlillfaiMiH persons The following gives the locations and sizes of the different plants Was Within His Rights The were entertaining and to be entertained by the is a lib eral education in the art of bickering and making things generally uncomfortable for everyone present relates the By the guests was engaged in the gentle and alluring amusement of criti CIMIIK Ull illMMIl friend Well lie said hcR the meanest stingiest man I ever knew infact I dont theres another mah in the world who is so mean NaggsliiI think I know a 4jau mv fatherhvlaWf i r nsii t This acted like iJh Mrs Nagss re ways backbiting your tatu r i iwi I simply wontetanl it aggsbyHesyou wait until I sajr something about youth before oui begin to talk That was at eight oclock and at 1130 they were still at it and going stronger than ever Bleb JuicyBadlsaes Free Everybody loves juicy tender radishes Ealzcr knows this hence lie otTers to send you qfisolutely free sufficient radish seed to keep in tender radishes all sum met long and his great BALZERS BAROAIK SEED BOOK with its wonderful surprises and great bargains in seeds at bargain p- ricesIpjThe enormous crops on our seed farms the past season compel us to issue this special catalogue SEND THIS XOTICS TODAT anti receive the radishes and the wonder ful Bargain Book free Remit 4c and we add a package of Coa mos the most fashionable serviceable beautiful annual flower John A Salzcr Seed Co Lock Drawer K La Crosse Wis A man realizes that his wife isnt an angel when he hiss to help her into her dresses that button up the backSt Lows GlobeDemocrat S A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Blind Wcedlnp Protruding Plies- DrugristanroaflthiodzetOrOtUnd money if EOc S Success is the only thing that will save an inventor from being classed as a crank Detroit Free Prees A DESPAIRING WOMAN Weak Nervous and Wretched Prom Wasting Kidney Troubles Mrs IFcnry A Reamer Main and Garst Sis South Bend Ind says When I began using Deans Kid ney Pills I was so weak I could hardly drag my theL1e wretched and ncr tens and had 4backache bear ingdown pain- e r headache dizzi ff ness nnd weak I f eyes Dropsy set in and bloating of the chest choked Inc and threatened tho heart I bad little hope but to toy untold surprise Doans Kidney Pills brought me relief and saved my life I shall never for get Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Yi MOTHER CRAYS r7 SWEET P0WDERS fW FOR forleveriirnesCuastipatlon N Htomnch Trooblei JTecUInz Illcorderc Kurtetn Chllljn2 hours malOreni HtwYorkCttr A S 0 knocks out and dabhes like INothinF i 45p t a p I F4 i fl f l t JtU 4 lf i uifiHnp4C Acres Acres Chicago Itl 8754 4 Kansas City 7r 30 lO a Omaha 6 2G 23 StIiouls 7t 10 31 StJodph 64 254 194 St Paul 5 12 16 Fort Worth 3 15 22 Employe The total number of persons em ployed in all the Swift packing plants and branch houses aggregate over 20000 persons Conditions for em ployes In the various manufacturing and operating departments is continu ally improving with the construction of new buildings and the installation of new and uptodate equipment Sanitation and Hygiene The housewife makes no greater ef tort to keep her kitchen clean than we do to keep In sanitary and hygienic condition our abattoirs They are thoroughly scrubbed at the close of each days operations and automatic appliances are used wherever possible in order to eliminate the personal han dJIng of meats Rigid rules governing these points are strictly enforced lax ity means dismissal Visitor Always Welcome No other industry in the world gives such a cordial welcome to visitors as Swift Co We keep open house the year around and maintain a corps of specially trained guides with special elevators and rest rooms In one year wo have entertained over a quarter of a million of men and women In one day Grand Army Day 1901 we en tertained 23000 Among our visitors have been ambassadors from foreign governments princes noblemen and distinguished citizens from all lands and eminent folks from every State In the Union We wish to familiarize the public with our methods and the best way to do that isto let the public see for itself We have no secret process s or methods in any department ftp wtta Premium Ham and Bacon Eiwlfts Premium Hams and Bacon are more widely and favorably known than any other brand Their popular It IN I1 IS AntlOrlplB wonto Call leJi t f Hearty Eating rem fata the Side TORPID Tbev regulate the Purely Vegetable- SHILL PILL r FacSimila Signature REFUSE That Aid Whitens the purifies and breath cures sore throat sore eyes and by direct application cures all inflamed and Paxtine possesses extraordinary cleansing healing and germi cidal qualities anything all druggists cents LAROB TSI L PACKAGE PHB8 Paxton Co Boston Maw ieu centS aed a cuupou- Icr first order Seit snTw1i It Is 4 i t 4 t 4 r a eI v2 p 4 4re4 1 Lf 4 s S aa lyrjrfr r4ja r Torch piece is branded os the rlnfii Swifts Premium U S Inspect cd and wrapped in and j white parchment paper Look for the brand Prem 4ium when buying ham and bacon Snlfta Sliver Leaf tart Is a strictly pure lard kettle ret dered and put up fri 3 5 and 10poUnd ff sealed palls It is Americas Standard Lard and a high reputation and an enormous sale t Snlfta Soap An Interesting feature of a trip through the Chicago plant is a visit to the soap factory one of the largest and most complete in this country we manufacture toilet and laundry soaps and washing pow jdare Among which are Wool Soap widely and favorably known for toilet and bath and wash ing fine fabrics Princess Toilet Soap highly perfumed Swifts Pride Soap for laundry and J household use Swifts Pride Washing Powder tm surpassed for all cleaning purposes Swifts Specialties Swifts Premium Ham i Swifts Premium Bacon i Swifts Premium Sliced Swifts Premium Lard a Swifts Ham f Swifts Winchester Bacon Brookfield Farm Sausage J SwiftsSilyer Leaf Lard Jewel Lard Compound i Swifts Cotosuet tJSwifts Jersey Butterlne Swifts Beef Extract Swlf t3 Beef Fluid 4Swifts Premium MilkFed Chlckeat j SnlfC s f Wool Soap Scented Toilet Soaps Swifts Pride SoapdSwifts Pride Washing PowderS s9 FOR EMERGENCIES AT HOME And for the Stock on the Farm NOTHING EQUALS I SLOAN Qi q The Crdat Antiseptic I Price 25cf tSOc and 9IOO IDrEARL SSLOAN 615 Albany Be ton MaM PRICE5Ct iiiri Anh1il 4iinuIm DAY I II rnuiiir GVAKANTCKD TO cURE IIIII1JIOIINL fiRIP IAD COLD HEAMCNE AND lEMAtfiiA- I wont ull to a dealer Smar ntr th Ifc for joor MOMKT BACK IW IT BeXT CITJUX J WD1einrMDMnsturerSr sgikS4Ma SICK HEADACHE byCITTLEaigestiOn anaToo A perfect edyorDtvtn2auscaPILLS Tongnev In ttVKR Bdwela SUAUNSE SHAanKE SUISTITUTES Delightful to He- althaxttnc Toilet Antiseptic teeth mouth catarrh byfeminine unlike else 50 The R tnngyouocetacket ks nrahiaAsta 5QiIOIt the lJioshstsiNY x cheesecloth Swifts enjoys There numerous Crown Bacom Winchester ho I I Good Teeth ox Good Temftr I Are characteristic of the I Atkins Saws always I That is because they re- madeI of the best steel in the I I world Silver Steel by Imen that know how I Atklu Siwt Corn Kalrci Petfectlos TIcoi I ttnftn tie urn wU bya4 foot hirdwue I dealer Ciulcfae rc unt 1 E C ATKINS OX CGIhcL- iititI Si Mionfictoren tki WoAl I Fictorrtad Encnttn Offlcw Indtan poll I YotkChlcipj Mlaacapollt Portiad citthSftanclca 51epbiaMIsntasadTf0tGCi5a44 AcciptM giittit li WM AtUit liM SOLO BY DEALERS I6AJOanAcruflrr The latt Ibsi this was Krowaooo tw Byol P4 the farmers absolutely nothing who nijhed to add lo the 1W acre the CoTcnirarat fc i grants cm buy Und adjoining at fromttto JIO Er snails I Cllmtte splendid school couesIeutritwiy5 close at hand lixeilow 55n4 for amphTet th eeutu Lsarand lull paTtIcutis regarding OF lMUW rfox 0vC- anidaortolhefollowlngac h i dv ntadtas GoTernmeut Agents LMW1ILLASIS LWflUhl4lfl TOICO0 lItnUotktPdP1 fl t i WONDERSALAteolutcly Free FronrAll Poisonous InjrtdlMJu A SURE CUKE For Burns Sore Tjroil Corns Sores exema PohsceCilee II t v rib tt LtkS S r tIiS54 a 17 z tV kL t s c 1t i Ma tt 4 4 IA I t i t t Iq b t p Sst 1 Y h ubt address address wheryv Correspondents wnwJ ir rif tall tionerv should mention faot on a i fipparate Blip of paper i 1 No commission id allowed to any 0 I hndyon subscriptions I TUB ptTTLOOK It sent one year 4 1 for one six months for sixty oentp three months for thIrtyHve cents THURSDAY FEB 1 1900J 1Z1 CORRESPONDENCE 1AI J I Moons Forryrle1r A good many people around hura have bad colds lowzin jfthej past week Theodora Shrnut bought ofLeslie Atcbison u 3 yearolil horse for 80 Perry Wills sold to Roe Jackonn of S U Lick an aged mule for115 Tecs Rogers and fi roily and John i Rogers will go to Illinois in a weeIc weeks I Theodore Shrout Bold to LChile Jl5lt4 t LA IIiFall has a good many hands rIhz in timber which he bought Lrti here N Forge Hill There was considerable moving famIi Mrs J M lioord is able to 1 k out after several weeks illness Lr iliss Nina Coo spent the past wrek with relatives on Nuylur tirnneli 4 l Misses Borlha Myers and tlattio ingSChaIr The tanners in this part are tak advantage the line weather dara plowing every dayai8h4 f Ei pie and Earl Barber VififMirehefd spent Saturday and MJinday1 with their parents here nfgtlri wenHrd inuhiyIil spent the pirn e LipweektkWJ P Wrgbt atiti fai ily 4 e Gharre I Ariderson who hen been attending business ct lke 5 l LowtillehS erurfd u position itMidfluiboro wft1sthL d fr West End 4sickte iILiett r 1 jj5 ABbrn ksr11tid wifet t vIlk viaitOwkgLAt i eKrk blrisprf Kin returned frJml diatia where he had been at work tsr BeveraP mohtiis dnVFejiflletsiB Wine atr 8Jc a BftJck nraerbrreI Hay li n abu 4 j eaafKtU scarce 4 gutsJofljand itoek Marshall Perrraaiui wjJidy b itten After rHnnlng rampant spmc lay iitwaB killed WA received a htindle of p fauxVMIS tB Dawson JountY Review BH- 1riBgVJQbuntyVRtpuhlican and the eacariiWill8WBriy thanks UperPr1ck1y Ash Jai CartsiU bought the Sinner fower ropfrtyTa t week for f35- 0HnlVJr Reid sold 25 worth of cliickeKB a few days ago to a I liackVten sevt4 cral dMye last week with gripbut ia better BQ- WTbor p 4 Allen and wile qf Mtof fJterlinjj visited John Allen and family Monday 4 4 p I AbuIn anfl Rtosiell Shrout went c to Bowllng Green to attend the iPFthg tera oTBcboor4 C S EtlIff nrd wife o row ingsrille visited the family of Daniel Harper tundayt I I c t HCrr end tinily Everman ricrieFi y froM a week I via ii It trleadlIILBIUiarOUfld Cai rush L t Stonaand11ev1sltc d C 1TeSf7 pftnne pnat 1L in Owlngavlllo Suday gu pS LL Stol ajd wiTe and H A huratwIihWV Clark and wi feonb r1r ireac 1 TkosRyaaand wltendJi- xey ames aRd1i1 fkCyiok1 yule ren wereguests ALyteirand F 4 wiSwndayand1 F V JJRata IStoB a 4 wife visited jSJMaiurf parents K Ii Harmon me t z r mid wife near Suapet Fleming 4 eHHty froBi Thursdny until Satnoarday v ic Mrs DSe aind little raaddiugbter11eMoyaf near CrflaI eaM aaIy to visit R i IStoeaNd3jaid reteLl os InJ Oijvile tlil b Xkit erei at nor a r L I T tL f raZf ltts a Ir l1b TP kj i I r p f r e l ibr I ta dI i r1 Iz l a r S fe1arzr4y5s- r si aal 4 4 r t J a r c r r4ivt a I rr cX i1 J crfd JIp Pp 4PP 7 jias3a Jj t A f A5J V es I r 0 4te siere all f swttcromWb u sideethe other tick are getting along The following parties have sold and delivered their titbacctf S B I1wkina at GJc H MButchcrand tenant Simps PurvU at OJc I t Hawkins at flnil to Sisne tt R crtoon Warren Rodgera nmi t antat7c Mrs Nannie Rodg er and R beenIttleL Vice and tena DintGuilgoll and tonnnt Allen Donald eon at8e Swetnaii Sisters and tenant Hawkins ut 7c all to Peed two last crops are not deliver edjtt Navlors Branch W tokarretiillness Alfred Stephens sold enino e barrelIfMiss Lizzie Carmndy of Flat Creek visited friends hero lust J T Lnthrnm sold live barrels of corn to Robert RttlitT at 2 25 pet barrel Lee Goodpaster arid twch1c- ud hen visited his lather George H Gi- terpas Sunday Miss Nina Coyle of Forge 11111of visited her sister Mrs Alfred Stephens several dabs last week L Barber end wife vished the ily of W T Lathraro at Wy- jje oming Saturday night and Sun day Jihn Coylo and family and Mies Elv Cathe family of Joseph Lathram biio night lust veek G Aeorgecrops of tobacco nero last week 57rlesthrum at 6o Ullie Barbers 7c Alt Stephens and Turn Nor ri o 4 Cralg Bro Jones preached here Sundvy Ilt Hu iidintRev Ed Anderson preached here Sunday eveningRid3 Frelrifolks a dacce Friday night Mrs AtigeliheTinchei when lust heard from was some better1bttin huslieen the mjldoet winior ir tliat we ever witjesaedRCie rg Wunt bought a cow und s eboats from Bopqe Razor fur c i EniiTKorerBnfKendall Springe viiiited relutivis nfre fcom VreineS 4T ulttitIday azrre S fton and family were WHOSU of H pareuiR Martin Sex ton And viftVSunday Eoooh Son ell and wire were the sti 01 ihclatterd brntherBuHdie e and family S nduuWillinm Craig sold hia farm hero an ia hadIotThe ball tJ LWrigbta was a suctiesa eo we kayo heard There ero about 75 or 100 zion and boys quite DHsiberof young dieTGeorge Hat ton has been very wet for mine time Ho has almost loPt Via eyesight and his extreme oldage Mkes liia recovery doubtful OKla Z T Grain is sick Wearefravingfine winter weath er 0 ph ofeneFrank Estill purchased a horse tutu Denton for 100 Carl McCIure hs moved into the house vacated by Frank Hunt There are several good tobacco in this vicinity yeteraieilc1 Loto Sorroll purchased live hei3 of of Orwit 1 jIcancing from spinal diieaievfor eomo weeks IB no better 5 by Mike Uedrick and wife went Sunday to visit their uncle Powell ddlngnearFarvintWi bornpre parations tot their cropi G Nallig Perkins wifejind Robert McCldin vljuted Oner MCIpii And 7 wife Saturday nightand aywit L ofutheriono1tlInoIsformpr4 uncle Jaia Denton familycouR emembeRMartje ap int U WaHenthlhierSUncle B Lison Jones Ift reral and bill to it t c ij rSi a i l 0 j sb4 s S p 7 5Vap J I 4 1c 4 Sp rSif Mtred1bS ftT SfiSssie Steele who has F fefi very sick SB thought to be better Born to Duke C Frederick in3N rkwife a daughter to Mr Lutes ant a 8onv j crcA survey was made for n new j b to extend around the north of the depotlikeMreJSllza Ingrnin vhn is a pa tient tor o Satuf5herBro Durham and family have re turne Ivudcountyb been encick for govern weeks is cnrva cent Mm R B Diekeroon hoe sick Mrs John W Muze sickMed Jan 25 1006 after several weeks illness of conauroptionSiai uul Cox 2i years of age Thin pitia loadblehtup ital to be treated and was with out Brlendacted the good Samaritan and the boy in and did all IQ his Croqrrner ces i i mai SinsCew visitvteryFairview Jeff Woodard of near Carlisle wee here last week J T Woodard sold Toni Hunt nn agtd mute for 3450 Sam Rodgers bought a milch cow James Perkins fnr 832 50BC iaj Hunt bought some corn if Wes Hornback at 150 per bbl Elmer Maddox bought a 8 year old filly of John lloyd for 127 50 L P Hedding sold a small tract of land to Jasper Whltton for 300M lay Hunt bought ri 6year old work horse of Wallaca Kiivick tar 60 C Hendrir bought a 6 year old horde of Warren Rodgerd fo 50wetR EdCrtimp filled his appoint smea 5Sunf ofdayLeslie Hendrix sold his era PS of tobacco to 1 G Dougherty Of with oil John S Vice bought a cooihiued r RaikLisfor14Oeonard Anderson and Nick quinilJ liuliaMarion lad came last week for n 1t visit to the formers father WS WoodardeuricIard Anderson wife nnd son Klrwjrr returned homo toTippeennoe Clf a Wrdnendny after tt visit to r ltlvu in this srcirn ya1tace Kisnick and tow and W Uornbark and left nHnclMjfiirSariqrIndi to make ces VIeir Snedegar sold a pair of wprk 1ea to Lee Crouch for 170 Mi A Garner sold i small yen g BteerH to J L Atchison lust ek at 10 pet head W B towers aid tenants Idly ere d theif toliaccu to George A Peed last week at 7 and 6Jc cep botwhu etn worse all the time Sf B Hawkins delivered bis crop of tobacco to Robertson Stone nt 6c G H Gudgell and tenant at 7c Mrs Pierce Goodpaeter LMa Perry Goodpaster of Owingsville were the guest of relatives on Flat Creek the past weekamJ cropBtobaccot week among them being W W Rbdgers and tenants at 7c Mrs Sarah Susan whose death was mentioned in our last weeks item had been very lov and not expected to recover for some weeks at the homo of her da SugtitlagdmonthB The aifection causper death waaconsumption She had elope and careful attention her family physician friends and relatives but the end came yet npttmexpected Mrs W halo P the last member of her father lattnlao She was married to Chas of Wbaley October 4 184 From this union 11 cliiMrea were burn of whom are living to uioursver andaThe living children are Mrs George Morley Mrs Thomas iiImaes Ditvid and Tolliver of this nty Sirs Thos L Garner G Doo of Missouri SaBIgcoii SpreWhaleyJoned tow fcmembership MHthela ftiiterel Was condunted by Klif F Parker afterii 5 t ilaCuof Dt were Ialdto rest clen emetery there to re Iron Kl resurrection morn men Ye flood in Christ shall Whaloy way a oou bat of y a loln mo tionate companion hJBtfn in many Who Ibs aid nothing t a a I 4 p c 7a 4 icS Sbfa bp M tTSier C vJoln rtl wifcvwero in STt Vvtrrng Fridav JefF Davis w t 8 at Mjdjiwid City on b ue1neestourdxty Slmck Stutrn f Georgetown IIIs vieiting relnliv liiro e are hav 0 e6niitifuleprwereweather at George Hart of Virginia a cone Co andleStation last week on business Hen Wailg and wife were in Ow ingDville Saturday on buliOesJu leaSe veral from here attended the meeting at Kendalls Sprri0 Sun hasdLL7 poor boulyton are sickSWilson Hendrix shipped a cur of cattle and hogs to Clitent Saturday F Parker wife and Will Steelo nnd wife of Flat Creek were here Thursday 3l ole Barnes got lila handsbadly mashed white util u toba wifccore Joe William undDbiidreh ed WayJ K Wjllboit will preach Ii at Ken tdallsday mainemploy him to preach t t this year cr iPk Hillsboro raiorna sun 1L Owi J JPIongavillewn Mr Risby Gray is able to be up after a piotracted illness f 1 witrsfined to her bed several days Miss Etna Denton rctUr f14stEweek from a visit to Ma VjtleJ W B McGregor received his Fmissionk v 5 q 11 M dyers lies bought thq farw BttekYtttn neur 11u1d forjL utrucre W inguwniittri i Itoitid eta IbigedS A Dowd liMS Oi ughtirftuMf iiiig prctperiy for 850 io ltin given first of March Lnst Friday the old tow ngul te a hutl tin Iliere u four deals in ruul ttstate madeSI ert tzLTrythuir ueiwiomc i itji V EilSteJfS delivered liTs itfr toljucOo lotho A m v iiir ttfA ySl Jmpany at Neptun 7 UpotIOd MurL Cr2ah th iar tyrJUS Shcpard aol to snme puny at lOjiv c Diei SatkirdayViat hTrholn iiudiiohjxtI1ree bj oiherlu tujiurn Uieirflj ter went Monday atrew Hop- 4ta Stoops fr TcsIrs Peach WeItiIibeep rin uus HI anOnlyremain unsold In tbis ne4oorr oth A largo amount o sod i e1bevisLog plowed during the aj jgweather 4lWill Turner sold to JW bard man a fancy Bourbon Chie filf for 175 ttt If a nina is not as biaco aslhls convictions then his cnvicffns ount to naught attTiendingSterling last week PpinProbably many n man 101 a d life after he seeS a yo VaunggirlMarsh Kissick bought a pair of of yo SuFletnlngsburg thpreparationsa this week if the Wiet er S Mridlionao on bis farqi near heroLectA member of the Stoops Co urtlie Brl uggadebasarr u n 4 iletpofpearero father JiMStull Thursday issMinnie Foley and littlesiHfdf i live IlrI1lerMcClalh e guests of Jtiinea an near Mt ltobersoiulty Sunday Accitrcllpg to tile Biblical e slon God crmttoj mnaln Hlsiowri1 Le ge Yes and aUeo nbliylceDf bei man to God now is the Thomas Robersdn bought for JM fiosletltigingfield ChtirchpayIng JCoJe u3esao5Morgan tdtheO n flInia Sallia A McDonald closed school hers Friday Shewnlbe the tier spring teem Monday MurBh Wo coinuiencf her tothe patrdas t Mrstteaohs know this without our recom datlons a T Islabought the TollbwIn tobacco ou J MrBIg4taS8 farm week Wilt Turners at J BtralRht Jamea Alexo ferVht flu straight Q L Ojj 0o Thomas Koue to KO 7 di p Wurti uta I eciFotheIW L Dec ta in Mt Sterling Frid ayoioJap Croiv t Monday for Lex ington to oiv t school Clorenca oon9 of Spencor VashI visiting here this week B Gilieapie and Jerry in Carlisle Ri thnheliartlther tyiiTuesdayow Cruuct borght of Jamcx Myers of near Mooreileld n york mare fur 195ofdeficliawas visiting at Mrs Carrie Arra smiths Sunday M auchrhero this week buying tobacco He ght several at about theadgerRobertsonurday to spend a few dajs with lila parents A R Robertson wife inol thesand oneotherbor hoodelseW B Scott and daughter Mrs T S Robertson T L Peters and e Albert Wilson and wife at ten hul ahdle notice in tIe Farmers Home that A R Robertson sold a hogshead of tobacco at Louisville 21o a pound which tops the rket so far for the 1905 crop Bruce Crouch sold his tobadco to the Continental Tobacco Co at lieand 4cJ W and Robt Crouch the crop that Cline Crockett sed at 8c Jim Roberts sold TJ Stepstone- Miss Odema Alexander ia very sick with typhoid fever W AnBSal llvtP Thompson and family spent several days last week with A W Donohew and family Su YondayJohn Karrick and wife Robert Garrett who is at the hospital at Ltfxlnton WOP not do so well when last heard from iBwn to the wit oi S C Wil ms a 12pound boy Saturday night mother anti eon i Mii e8 Sarah and michael spent We Mis e8 Brooksie and fMisses Mary and tWlt dayiwithiFrank IV v I s T1flcI ioo1rint s ceentertahne treat fur the chit Rngitn w id at Caiopton H 1 eksjetrned to hialnrwSK River Johnson Co Tuesday ss p tryitedH ngamiltonandt days last week ZJilton GuIlev and wife wi It had been their old ar sa1oundweeks returned home last Tuesday from faAsilandietday iby the serious 4Unc8s of s father who died the nexteuorn g Wm Breeding of Hinton W who had been visiting his other J B Breeding and family for some time took the night train nday for his home TheiittleonePh Thornpsons Frank Brown and sonSOBMrs Goodpaster son fkhd hez motherspeit Saturdtiya week su q wish her f R R 6 and family MreGood co rpdBtefahd son etaying until the following Wednesday CATETIMN Sm Whereas it has come to the I now1bledge of the Union Temperance nes ague that the local option law is vllI poreBathV do to pet ition entreat Dd demand that the Circuit the urtot tide district tho County w corurtmoeverymeanathe local option and De punish them to tho laur the the IngeaolvedInTuBOWINat- ntOuxiOOK aiid ti marked copy si totho Judge of eIieh Court yea tiiMisshavsMrsfioh n Sctftt Secre tr ry m a log gra Liven f 4 5Si 5S t SS I irC lchMc KD FBOM FIBBT PAiOKJ- f aervi celelvandcanservavy ertimatctv vi uiorrt ihtii1500v In like manner in the carria f nd class mutter nrwfu tit rnteB lwor than n prinitd mattir which return rnwen friu oneUfili to alitI eightli nnh of the cost of lag t he service there wasn hut r 8H which cannot lie Igured lielnw j 27000000 The free dcliwrv i lienews Goen1000000 In thecc four s we Und u lof exreedlriji sixIiree millions dullnra tirprtsthatlag t only permit bus require Pilch wnsf the public revenues there it and that the deficit Fhoui be rowIng rapidly Nor In it avoidable that under methods of carrvlng nn bieI nees there have conic to the sur 8oface even in the administration of Federal Government which we ben disposed to look upon ea honest and thorough a rondition aniinefficiency and dishonesty in various whaiIentof those whohere nt the South to n Democratic audience or crit thIciselion Roo thesevelts pubrthis ofsortand dbyconsideration the entfutuieLet us also look into our fiscal y8 larg ninestin the world apd are with the pos ittitic LhOlargestour supply perckpltnthough some what that of Fra is l than that ver recyIrerdck of money of oil kinds wehaveas much more as Germany nnd GreatBritaina thirkver byyThe trouble is not in the tuti lain Istr hei thaigio bad jtnd I ctfuld cie many other liisau5hJy ct I end rending Herbert WJjiichons of his S raiaIiSlinn volgotr95rirec 4Se seU4 4 5L i r J j d4sbe Sp the are 1ttnn rion Siewpha sizes watching ai d An8 our Pblic FedLboispraspening whtheseey hasesbe fin erlarCinIyifern ihtbeWestBoston which reminds us of the old brsbad with the stomach for after all wo str cheetWith most of what Ins been sa hid isufviolent d an sudcverythiiand tho thughadmit that gaemrroughoutuble with their digeatiye proces ii in our day touch row bnfferedthose crymingform and modern surgery has id tbo u- f1andtrbe5Iyuseless organ to the great reV lief 1 gHayipgtaXegsayshit not onlyin the ipanrance ooDOpaniesbutinmahyother conove Ineed of the adthae dittrainedsIiponztIonved cost what it may for the tain IndcommunItyto any superior knowledge on jo elocughtoursgenoratlytof the evil lies in too few men thoycorportionstheybave preserved the powers so ntedunder cprporito chnrt era vain hurry tojij Kvat y cases doneUfi J jSa iO 3P PZkAr r 55S rsS a y i i s6 z I 11 p a MEMiUM GROUND oat Barley and Li1 l TeaI and grOund I or JsrasPSK APTO L rE S D for cottlc sheeDd atAe Ia the es o contin Cottonseed Mek Solace of Linseed Cheaper id Better sf than ordinary OUN- Iffeeds EEDs farther finer restsMANW 1re1NCO5p5TtD 1 Gra ISeedsretiiizersJN O11OnSL IWoeldr Price List millet to merchants wlo desire It C S BRENTIncorporated Seedsman LEXINGTON KY j k country my meaning can per be best illuotratrd by tak log the i as of the three life Inkinsurance companies of New e Mutual the New York Life the Equitable A year ago se three companies hndas shown the Directory of Directors lished by the Audit Company Zork nlnetylwo trustees who lived in NowYork of them1 was a mtmbeJ1 of set ytbree boards another of fifty ht another of flftyfolir nooth er of flftrthrre another of forty e another of fortyseven an er of fortythree and another of fortyone And to sum uaIII PC ninetytwo gentlemen held rteen hundred and thirty nine directorships in corporatinoB velilch acewer beSnedthe intention of the State in granting corpo oldcha eac withaff liehairnand then exercise the best judg ment of the whole body 1 hints can be and is done today in wn in a letter recently written PreMdrnt Taylor of the Con ticUt Mutual Life Insurance Company from which it appear t its board meets at Iran once a ekand more when ner WEessarydelegated their powers to any corai init all ollethecommittee of the whole Towlilfh 1 w- tiaI in add toy personal expeniibalin n large notional hank a n raiid rorrpnny where the nme nt and lawabiding practice 39 tpllowed fxcrpt that the bank dlend lIrflnt1nc etiigIuityesr Hwthenj jhelUsine of tfie i W1trcowpacIeamsneged h ntrs providjBiIJKtiinlitjll untij 1IIT a a th tvip- jon rJiah1ercted tn nB if i rcbor4cr j2cteps and rt I1iI1sto ti exeiie1iriind sUch pii ti wayint ity If goes without Say ing Hienpcffrs are required to report heir acts and are held to n very th hoepractice has arisen and u very gen followed of ath irltethe word agents has given to the board created thereby the power to delegate to Executiye Committees of ther crfation all the powers Which the law has vested in those ards and requires them to exer except 09 Jhe rare Fiona ensuch npardft Thmakemeetat very rare intervals quart I1e 1sttQrontray firm belief hut if this ought distinctly to the atten lbetion the courts it will be corrected except in cases where the original arter or articles of assooiation explicitly provide for the crention jchlo not understaRd me an saying ht corporate boards lark power appoint committees or to dele te to them power to act in f arti arinatancee or even on particu classes of subjects making full ontB thereon but I do y that with charters wprded a s above 1 ror toeeanypgwerlntird ole or any purL of the discretion powers vested by law in them committee of their creation Ihavapoiiited out briefly and 1 st npt unkindly eomB of the a which now street for ill the economy of the household of the teand of tire corporations In lea h nei paDpayeravide the wherewithal suffer be cau Lrt strict accbi ntability fortiuSoharge of their trust which jtbe mon law and common sense kedemand Indeed things hOt n e to such B pa that in eer quarters itJs Bow considered ecorous and ilbred for us the If nyto even discuss niuch lea I correct the shortcomings of the able t few Such was neither the nor the practice nn which forefathers ordered the econ of thie republic Without going to the length of se who from motives of person vanity or of personal gain are freely preaching and writing doctrine let me ask you whojjE lave so lonx to 3 a JoS JftitrtlKcfittemember1 that j Tnc Obttoos is prepared to print letterbead norcheflda bilthadiJ Jtstatements enveloptscrd bel v rece invitation and allantis ijj of bunneiB ktionery pesstock in toiteTin atyje a4a i fiac90 roasonablo prbcf onE w 1 with tba turned o W1iy T1Job tjfflet and oi t JU iBrfsj j TOUT iaiyabtee to bate usdo yoit- ork W alto print posterij dodgerp 7tbriguullyttiro JEiJftia iband tot ifBje to IDt j iantlty blftfetldeeda mortgage satl L Ul aLaL L J5a5 FQRALE1 rateA good bUsinctIt1aegett+ h atockad ttureg goeery 8te and saloon well eStub- ed bunnes See A J JPAlN Mtn St LbtngtnnKy PUBLIC SAL1 I Of eituck t Bluegtass jFafm- To pay my debts I wIll sell on DNSDAY 1BXtCAtY 7dT igjvtotherile I 4IOWHTract No 1S9 acres well water fand fenced unethlril iii grsa ance Jtt eiUtlvatldil has eouiujoii Idiiise of S rooms and tubacco and ij stotk bara T i2 wateredfencetIll noatus ntida lArtfr tnbicu barit roctNo S About SGOhcrf bus pou JetltryISKy houses jvorelirtrUTBiiU giirdvn tenant IIIWSHH stock and fbatairuis stack vohti ete tIs4 trt tstttw feeIiiartiUr 3p Iwo i ttlic1iws ii jjTsVUfiirnH JtUi rhvjM 5 u lUliS lvCtt orentil Tis farrn o jictr T7 4i1vy allsfTiutl orc rtshairtiptoek burn tolmrcu bnra H fi Itlintiiuse Thin fsniisls sftnulf U ito Uliirk nty I lm ilii MUSterllnKnuil Wiiivbfster turirpike way betweenthietwo placeR hiln I3 mllencsf thi LSJO aocall OB or write rae Wjll alsainetime and place sell farming Imple ments and stock JqS06BEE Winchester Ky i e Leading I4ewspaper 4t of the Blue h4 Herald fIsii5- t Q FOR YEAR PEii5 IComic Supplement and DooIeysLetters for1906V I Full Associated Press Re ports Daily Groin Produce and LiVc thedingliewe Theonly daily IaotCuutntlAddress J exint n HeraldCo f Lexington Ky i AUCTIONEER i you want the services of an cuetloneor call on ine Terms reason I QEORGE H GUDGELL Odessay Ky Weekly CourierJo i SS a t fS