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wiSharpsburgcorriedTueSdaYOf i t eweek by 101 to33frThopretty weather was broken upS tUrdIlY by itsPtare with rain k5 f 1 Omar W Barber Attorney at llrhouseA cold wave reached hero Monday night Jini filteen incites of snow This Isthe severest cold spell of the seasonf Wm Ginter Bought a pair of elof Jt M Richart for 265 L i Glnerk Brown sold a pair of 2 l 2 t yearolel mules for 4230 t II i lrother Li a carY i Inalef Rlwood Plain and Barbed vI i J wlrefeaO which be li offering at i iH e lowwtruliirg priWi t J WAKie f Min aqil wife without children while or cfilored to work lL1It4tkt Olympian prlnglAd Gt dris JVC THOMSON Supt KUK BrothersTttrHi wagon haven JJt ketter stiftctiun Ilnt t whid naRv wagon snll inth Zvouaty for fur 1L1u4 JrithriH vTjie Klwood r iy sn fir fence J ttlrtch MtpI itiduttle 3 fl mpr ii ii t Rui t tifrr AtSfIarp1bRr FCflk i1srt Iett f ae weriauly wouidd by bdiig nthe lHtckb Mhllurd Ar stjji sIawtoarcnLEhItdrIt1rbe5- r5gM 4 lrht ef tK week united I H inarf v 11 Chetee1e eu rPfrrrStt 1snd MheAbde r f 1 4 viSMkberhod iTliieyMiaye the best th lt wh A ef TifK OttTLoatr l CwAasWIlt MZLVTy of the iuibterliag i 8 gn wwarrei eel at Lexingtoa Fri day OH the charge of esibeitzUDg tiOO to 11000 of h1IBIf Co f hud ia defaukofbondwi- a lodged t iBJallr ii f KABLTPeACH BLoox GeorgeW h Shrout of upper Slats reek no iiiKd a 11bofapiek tree jn his redXw oa the oiitki le of his house where the litttof the SUB was ire 2 feoted from a ehlBiRey cornerThe 4i4aIaacof lb tree sBOr sore dfj veI tkaa others ia iiis yard r sIcIPtorLE4he Step BtOBfi7etloB Is eqing forward with a elaim to produeisg the big- gestij people physically J E Car m J IU5111 Iewe family of ala average Jf L Belcher of upper Slate 1 u u CieekhMthm chlldreB who are 1 i tMkei hJjeilhad avet i aij1Lib Tey are Press aged f jwi li and Dee 17 t f QiS MTrfAin W hereb1I P jwMfncpr sf our heartfeU itp 7 pr ftbe1dtiattritlotisI give ty triIMM ad Beighbora to o r4 wife sad Bother in her lx llaaM aad decease and tender tc DMr raiwIhikifotkeit Ia i tr tU OG1VsArtr a TL JOSKS i iATJO- ItSPv u i1I kaIcoTALeJae Wo E I 11 1 4aa J Ult Bethel aiuedi- t to k r t i 111 Mata S irebaxd tganjiiel P AUhison MrAkIeeasad faI1f reiievtd I J ft J VM4ut beMHB OH W S t HrKmBMBt and halI t j fiMik cordially w eto1ItoII- J t wa IIMuhlp r Sfa riffCabiUtlif reBoted froSa o itSMriB Hi8 Mir UM Perryrf rasi i4 e4A tI iiaUSt Mrs Perry Mil sow 1rak have takaii rrooms at F r4 Failrowpen WIgbL Ar k thur TByva i will ret the b vamt4 bj Sharif KatH L- Jebsoa MrAt ni on will aieve t- oWfI ifa IMUN vat byMr Myron liltPJoaei lau re eved to i1lT Laii Friaa leRlte JasXXiaibai removed r X NOlive Red e I tf preeperJit- ysia4baIeG hihi neoae- g I e rc lr rr t j rrl ai t rf rcr tmJ w t f Jzti PERSONAL hJliujf Friday oIleiiryfrom ti visit to Cincinnati Mrs F P Gudgcll was In Lexlng oti from Friday until Monday Rev II A Walton en me last week 10 visit his wlfo at J M Rlohui ts and B H Wlnn of Mt S Hter1hrday Mrs D S Entlll and Miss Oddle Power returned Saturday from Can c innatisMlsa Catherine Calk of Mi Ster ling visited A K Crooks aud wile this weekwo hfbuying horses w hashereing old Mends flMiscvikt Si J y ttliSl 1 k Alary Slieehuti Mrs Eugeno Minihan wont toClu1 olnnatl lust week to attend the mJ Iliiery openings dnughterlIssves here Mondayne cu pindM hiVulterAllen tf Mt Sterling peut ti the formers lUutlllrI haomsuperintending nn iron mine Clark Patterson of Mt Sterlinghie1It Sunday with his Mrs lielle Allen and family IIUncle David Crouch of near Ditliel wusln town Saturday for the t tlnife In about seven years Miss Mary Sheehan returned Sun day from a twoweeks vl ltwithEtri stIstel came Friday to visit Miss Mary Gudgell returning honia tunduy anbftt1e11lut Creiic WitS the guest of Mhrn Pickett Metcalfe tint of the week J J Juuspart of the week with a deep ould Miss Edna Uaitskill of Winches ter vUlted her sister Mrs Jesse B Hampton near Preston last week George WCastlC Deputy U S M arflaI of Oruynon was hero Wednesday and Tliursday of last w chflayflt Sunday to visit iild graudmottiiiier Mrs JieIlu Allen I tmidasyS mutidMrsVjturuvItSnndiiyTrpiii ujUiit ttJ the t gJntire t4u1J Rai + itJttll taitu r thu tjt ilnl lilhh r1i 2UkCiiN neCL t ttfln s I1trlltn t1mtcumi UcUonel lii1M iuaiuC futll uutfRo 1t IIsEdiiayronteuilhagCtimpIHugiitzin Vnehlijne lusrwuek uu a VIsit tu her riar lit iJ N Byron and wife Miss KosaCoopftr aftor H werks tblir Mrs Mn wIJaFirhdirnearFleinlngsburg Monday EJ W Heflln and wife went to Winchester Sutidayto visit the fur rs brotlrerln law avid wire and JbuyMiss Eva Mfn1vami returned Wediifjsdajr of last week from a vlult of eight wevkn with her sister Mrs VorlaVunUndinKhamutSttdievlHe d broth r Claude in Wood r county Her brother John was with fiotbefore be did mTLatbriima ndfarQIlYrve mpvedftothrear Wyoming to the rtu heUrvhaed neai Flemings peopleandany community They are wished much prosperity and happiness lu their pew home t KILLED JBTTBAIH Albert Lewis a ged 1of MuneyR win county wa killed bl Orretginrali atSult Lick ttljioiit noon Sunday Lewis was returning r rom SundurI echool andHB the rillnroll byjie SBrang upon In plntforni fietweeh t 0car81Is foot Hlipjied and heI Was thrown under tho wbe tllll One leg and ono arm were broken and the body was lerrlbly bruUed The trala waSkSloppea and Lewis iltillI l hvewatdraggedrnwtiuife14easkurridJ thIhU t treatment wusofhtf sivtil anil he died about one oclock LeU was conscious until tiielaftand praynl constantly He war to luae bern married to a young iowan of Roe an county next Saturday- CIacuvrCovaTrCItff Peters andl Wja Kufmanjbeth colored charg ed a ABB robbing JpfepaJpjieref Sslt Lick in this L1oaeyearaidlno AJIJecraigwav BfdiOOon the rJe Sfas hIRg John Collin ab Jr Craig yas net able to pay or replevy sod weat ijaek tlIjUtCJ erve Gut his fine for OBA hundred days David ShankscOeon tbe ca8j e ehvrge was postponed until Bext Court John J hnsoB6f color vailieri teBced to one year in the pcnlten tiary on the charge of cutting tint Carter of color at harp hurK T3i hn Watkins of color on t he- chargeofkiII1nVatMtihImriawhhi in a box oar itt Midland City w j given a life sentence ill the penI tenjiary 0ThegrandJurydiotments and adjournedsSaturday afternoon Courtadjiiurned Saturday ir- noPntlntii tbe May termS 1 r 4 i pCb ffrfJ Itl i irr 1fZ r d fsj ti ll 7 4r I j COMMITTED SOICIDR IN JAIL John Watkins tho negro in jail ere under esntence oft life term In the penitentiary fur the murder f William Mullins white commit t ed fcuiciilo in Jail about 12 oclock Sunday by strangling htintelt wiu his leather belt Since Saturday morning nffier prisoners state WMtkinr IJIadeperiodical attempt t hm tell e would come to the r of his cell call out to the otii prisoners that he was innocent o t i i murder and that ho was going ii himI elf Then he would lthelUI good bye retire into the cnessf his cell and uhoke himt for a hile but he would suite i that e would be compelled to C v Sunday morning about 1JodE Watkins approached the d is cell cnllbd itit to his ft ty p JInlhCRfril tIt J and retired to hli cell The other prisoners thourflilWatlt was only jesting and paid no attention to m me time laternot having heard Wa vc Will Kanffman n gro p iar MhUd n jIeco of aper anu i ukea h ft1 Hew Watkins crnurlui u Id s head bent over and thec1t out his neck Jailer Sam J cs rlReldtutd cdfhe was still wnrai W thatkIjirough ring in the cell wall anti td looped the other endof the about his neck bent his heat forward and placed his bod In au ofchweight wits thrown on his neck i strangling to deathA blood yes u l was evidently broken by the Je rain ns blood had flowed from atkins mouth nope and throat gadJIIIeCoroner JL Hess was out nf th town and at 130 oclock County tlge J W Lane held anlnqueltc th the following Jury Gay IV th rout S P Atchison Seth UniteS wI ltmel h Rues Henry T Hopklnp oc pturnedabove facts n Undertaker fs Shrout took irge of the remainsikndWalkiris rentsp Lexington were cuinmu cttd with by telephone They Mated thaN JtherM the drad an would come on the first trtinThe bruiherHid not arrire and H wH tutnrpd lIdY1JtUUInH o era 1- ybnra tiith1Swtiibmne tii u tewRthecul Gr nation cr series if eensa ina ppentilU had ben poking itl1uPl r ojueWeck nnd on I- IVedne4JurYas summonedIne trttry mr insanity After tiearl atkirib1 tallow prisonuro test v ric jury decided that he noi Imwecjiritdy Watkins dr ed the inXnitj dodge and testiCel In bi own defense record waa randein the mean is ity trial Within one hour the ry had lcinred Watkins ellti 3 of ud miraculously recovered his jenps and eight of the Jury had been selected to try him for tour der The jury received the case at JJring hiF punitlhmenL at1itli h prfspnraqpt It was later learned te tb t three jurymen were for the death penalty two joining those In T w f thhilesentence until Friday afternoon behathadremember clearly the test imoy of gWOUId eWatkinsarTheevidencewis circumstantial bttthertt is no reasonable doubtfiisguiltS FOil A SPRIKdS1TTlte bet is alwayn the cheapst Have your sprlngrioibinss tuijdtby Vaarn inakerik Urow1oJ Viulndefphia 1JI nd you wlllbe sure of tbe bail Hundruds of samples for suits j pants fancy vests and spring over coats and the prices are reasona ble Call and let DIe take your measure and have the garment made up as you desire andtbeyr sballbe satisfactory in every way ornonle I am agent for tho above reliable merchant tailor JAMES GILLOLi EXOUAHOKD SaoTf One night l ast week a crowd of young men of Sharpeburg procured drums tin pans etc had went to the home i fsEnoch Rails where created such a noise that Rails appeared and fireda shot from his pistol He o claims to have fired in the air the erenade ra say he fired at tbeGl and they replied flrihgseveral shots The Ber na ers thea went to tbe home of Enoch Balls near Sharps 1urg where the program was re ptatpdlt is alleged that Enoch Stone n giandson of MrRalUfired from the house and the aerenaders Inotantjy replied Bullets whiszed about the serenaders and one oiI their bullets struck the veranda dashing a splinter agalnat the faoa fly rpom window Serious result were narrowly averted 51 I Sd e JAB P COLLIVGR Nc A OCLIM QUKlCTn the Sheritt i Rale adof property for delinquro caTes thero appeared thIj jf James P Colliver 3 7 wdon 60 acres of land f intn Mrs MuryGoodpas- it her 1rc tio ad was Inserte- jfr uotts was asked about that ouue nOd he paid that it WI not- eth well known citizen JlUepColliver and he didnt knpw1 who it was but thatJtcm appeared on the Aefessors list Mr Crooks stated that James P Colljrer of hear Sherburne hud paid his taxes hut that tho publlatlnonfthia 60 Acre tract was made In order to find out who owned it as it was charged to tbo Sheriff and ho would have to account for it The following let ier was received f Slittrpsburg Ky Feb 22 1OG IS RIoD No 2ToTuaOuiroogs- ee in your issue of the 15th namen the Delinquent Tax fSrjTcdwTtti fftree ifone ra ac seventy cent on 60 acres of Jand adjoiningMrsMaryGoodpaster and will say I own nn such piece of laad do not owe any taxes in Bath or Fleming counties and have my receipts in full for 1905 Please obligoY FOLK ON GBAIT Topeku Kas ifeb 22The meeting of the State Democratic Committee here today s followed tonight by the annual Washington birthday banquet of e Kansas Democratic Club at the theIv was the of Gov j9eph Folk of Missouri who dis missed tho tariff and other issues day A political revival is going on ur the land today on thesub r graft The people of Phil adepii Cincinnati Pennsylvania nnd o to have been fighting to rein tio jovernmeht they had lost e peupi Ira beginning tu awak to a retIoU of the fact that e Governtont city State and nition belong i to them and theyur n take tho Government theIrfoshriac PtaIe for nhetulo d the JI1Themor1n ntrsimply the patriotism that couu from the heart of the people aI determination to stump nut the tili ng llint dishonor In public lih a firm reralva that the Govern Rent elmiali be representative of ths jjond nut of the bd Tiltnoveu1 rI t graft iij 5L f WliIa t 4wtCh l t 1lle richen honest 4i1ur h ay do object t1 110fDO uhtltn j4triqhe55jnicmIr4gt vitijanterorp Tons that obey tlu law Just like rpne else The nn chy tetp breeding lawless d ss is IIIImt huntenancbd th a c the i f isbor riQ 3 b tn cldlsurder4hHit is rU i to put altnr u I official grafting and place stripes up ontheoeiaI bondlora with tlelr thousands gained unlawfully if t Iw right to break tip the grafting of the insurance gang with their ten thoutande unlawfully and db honestly acquired i itnotrigbt to stamp out the inonoj 1y graftaraS the tiritfgratteric with tltlrIIjlions of iljgiacn wealth wrung om the people by means of special IviIeg5 them by time law I hFOlfUIed behInd the w llof prc gIgantic mOnopolies have eVng up But for the tariff bar tlrtheycOuldeic same barrier they could not competition nx home Norii does the Government derive any net from the proceeds A new rn American patriotism must set its face ftgaitat this Le legislauonrung from a common Bande simultaneously attacked it will Idle to hope to prevail against either KENT HOWARD IK WASHIHOTOK 1931YtDear itWItgentlemen whoar J met when I was in Scf York vth SenatortJurwell and Criswell I hraover sonic of the legislation that ii Ittpending affecting their interests Ii enterprieelTheyIt and have made it very pleasant ID- a number of way Of course they want soiuetbing n return I have somehow been classed here as anticorporation man and they seem especially de iroui that I keep that reputation at lulL for sake it zieemstab on the big fish in tbe House b jautmen on both sides stand just tbV least possible concession satisfy them in the tbatW1I1 corportuintereltc torned It1Ion the opposition of such members 5lI as a starter They do want how ever to know about members who are keeping their mouths ilhutbut who represent constituencies that ate avowedly agaiost corporation domination J l r ir LM tiioJ t f i 41 WallT A lI FENCEBuyI steelthatand4trtyt g- owr2cesL JI atthflJRRED WIRE AND NAILS bought before the late advance Youget the advantage Oliver HillsidePWSWe can save rneunotwfthstandingbig Big stock nfitchell Wagons All sizes Every one guaranteed Special QueeiiswateSale EL5rA T Byron Owingsville Ky These men Cur an important fig o in tile rr ifrninory canvass foe House If they are determined r null legislation the interests repr t tlufmyNewYork friends inflow how to act It lUbe fl UIt1I right then a show down It were between the raTlical and citt ervative elements in the House with special reliance placed on the friendly Senators who will be extm pected to block the game for a leI iiia or two or secure some mocHI Hud legislatiotrlhat will take some fur the sting out of the House bill If luchmcmIusboileof K iirt iuUr Illt J j lc1 ilItCiun i nmt ieore will be tired up wi1cl tilllluundall right and be heraldld as a great reform law in- ejutreatsoth the peopte and tbtf corpora tibn wllllie tiikl to hare it pitsred I nm telilnir ytu these tsileoycttk will more fully app e yioughttoe ght fur SenlttorHnridnt1b am expected to myjjtfw friends informed about anycl1aps- entimentIT among any chuv Hh me as not belng under oblia ions to corporations but disposed to LIwith these New York folks When Senator Burwell a ked me to go over there with him he gsvemsS letter to Mr MorgabnotPierpoQl tho Lawyers Cluband asked me tttlIittorblm there Morganwho kindofhead usher or 8ometbingTf that sort intro ucsd mtolt number of gentlemen whote names I recognized aslllgbt the husineei and financial and palitioa world but they did not seem at alt anxious to get friendly with me they were holding eon fe rences aro sd in little groups wheQ8enattPweUand Senator CrisweU both cLineHello Howard said Senator urweli and he came over and shook bunds with me before be spoke to any of the magnates pros ent Criswell also greeted me with some effusion and Inabout a min te 1 was the most popular man in he room Burwell and Criaweli ed fixed It and I was taken into e conforences at once those big fellows looking upon me apparent as a part otthe program pawn be used in the game between them people and the special inteteits that ave their homes in Wall street I was simply astonished Mary o hear the roll call as it were in the course of the conference cod he names nf Senators and members checked off as for or against the ilnterestsof the parties to the onIerence probability of certain a ction OB certain stocks were leIcussed and the whole situation talked over freely My part in tbeI program was not made plain then hut it has developed since as I have intimated I am not pleased it of coursebut the thing has I been worked in sucb a way that I nnvbeing forced into a position rain which I cannot well withdraw without losing my standing witb both my new friends and tbe old ones anyhIngilleseision as plans are more or less unsettled Rod at any ratemy present assignment in the interests of the syndicate is in the House My Iriends do not want me to make taoy announcement of my Senator ial aspirations for the present aE7 10 developments in the case for tb next few weeks at least will be t J kii 4aZ of varietyIt to discour age you fri your plans for securing usltlonplh the departments for MfnfleBoynoidsf deserving both of the girls are and how anxious they are to get into the public service exaffiInatliinbut- willI tell you not them that 1 will ake no effort Insecure position for them They have taken the Ciuil Service ftiaminntlonyou say and want to know the reeiil I can hind that ott some time or otb er There is nutblnfc more certain In this wprldtban thefict thaMlie CivIl Service Commission never oes anything In a hurry The girls probably will gel their rating and reports before they rench the age which would debar tikem from gC vetnmeflt ewiltiiaenL But ido not aunt to eoejeithf f tha girls entr the pu eerce the gra- aidof Wore public Miopes and ecked ambitions than would anf Jce to stock a new world Your f dhle beard abtutiihe abort urs the Jigbtwork and the lib departmentclethat their happiness would be com plele if they could secure positions et me tell you that they would uch better out as domestics at hqmolfthey value their peace of mind Thegirlinadepartmeathereooupiesa caw of your Irlendsforinltaltel they would have to r theye would very promptly be boardinghouse society Hyuu were to CpfledtO Washington youth would of course receive them you could tlkour friends gen erally to receive them the depart zu Cot clerk are practically forced to flock by themselves They do not and cannot of course expect be received br tbeofflcial setandt the oflcial set there no except that of a very select cbaracter composed of residents of Washington who liojd aloof from official smartdom and all connectedd with it The result your girl friends would soon find themselves in the rut which gapes for all department employes A few hoursworka little run throughh tho shop an evening to in some way usually no matter hOwlo it polls the monotony and akes one forget tbq old where slobby division chief treatit jolt with the same consideration he bestows upon the charwomen and your fellowclerks gossip about you every time your back is turned There are thousands nf honest working women in the department women who have accepted the situation and are glad of the opportunity of employment at wages which spell comfort and oc casional luxury But Iiseempto trio to be nothing less than a sin if not a crime to sentence a young womon to a position in the service She must abandon her social aspir ations must expect to be treated simply as a hired girl and figure In the gossip scandal petty quar rels that thrive in department cor ridorsThe men in the departments are a more hopeless lot than the women Some of them use their stare time in studying law or medicine in the colleges and use department euployaent as a stepping stone to a professional career Those are to be envied A very few are pro moted after years of weary effort to positions that are really worth hnving but the genl llrlluufl t l t iX 55S 1 ji Y = 1K i I rr EUGENE MINXHJif iI Makes the best J l rHANDMADE SADDLES andHAMlESK lff all fclmls His Wa ol Lines and filfiid IJrfdfeB arV HAND MADEltidnrobcttrtfntzyoucnn bUollywh retstl 1um Itod Chains at years prices You ktioV mJocU8tomerliyou It th bttchlllld plow made Have oreorrlfIt11tcI Jlt ur1 i11 they fit every time I sell time unit Hillside ttce Conite and Sltll my 11IIe EUGENE MINIHAN Z5 4 I Owlngsv1Il f EE3E J STORE tf RACKET f k 1Sellsmoney EverrthiHir sold at the if55S 5f lowestcash price v 4 4 dozen Clothes Pins c 3 gal Ash Churn 75o Bread Board 2ge Wood Bread Bowls t no i 0 Floor Maps x 20c icStLanterns 44c LSntern Globes 1jc Webb Halters ii 350 Chisels 25c Pipe Wrenches 5i 750 Horse Brushes 45 251 lOc SO 10 ju 2o of LCASHE W HEFLIJ LIAB4IIAVti rKMeaITfttMS- KWTY YEARS JEWELs JA N G ES 3S JSb Scrap Iron fU8C4 to reduce taet8t DfOSSt1Wii iMrItsIIjeeBatrucUoa of syM opur gray Ire dn lyz srs iI tItiec ieJraiaI JlCNiaMttM i8da 3tov 0 4rIiH pet vtL EnryJewel mmntr tow tow frke MIL rrldenee oft ayel aJ euU1 pattriieA 2rdrand superb owrthe7swasSXd sIad t1d Oo wei Stays wfll fount Jewel trade mark iu the aeCv 8tor Wortato Lmeet Store Ptoat lfoIMI G JwI vmk Tarn fWtby E L A T BYRON OWING r LE K them probably 80 per cent more of the in thedepartnienti are hopeletsas the professional hir own fn country oaticfied to live from month month wltbou- tinterul their work above pay ey and meal time and ready to I howyou in minute why the gayt ernment II going to the bad peopleInnwInnot willing to do anything to have additions to the number made from he good people of Hollin aatewho 6 deserve beter thlnge1f ever get into position where my word and influnce are felt in making ap pointments Iam going to keep alln department Jobs rewards for my enemies v You best gofcbead and have those dresses made ev ifyou use of that 1600 that came from my flyer in stocks My iTnv York friends keep thrown rent tnu CIiWtllIrom The Lexington Heral 600 PER YEAR iill Press Reports Daily Grain Produce and Live- Stock markefreparts from all the loading cities most coinnlete neighborhood news The only dally happenIngeAddress Lexington HerldCo lexlngton F1Y1- A i Ladies Belts 2T Crepe Paper roll SiIWhite Jliirt waist Goodyd3025LTr Bf x RewnatLace bunch viflcPv 5015Lidie iTobacco Cotl 6 3 2J Apron Ginghani yd o 4 Window Shades 4025201oCurtain Poles fOcx j iDressNew Line lmbroIderleeS 1J f Lt i j e 1i 1 I GVMt l r lLiIIcrp t Jr Theyarsike e t Ot jt cra4e t i d aedispable + tZ i l l i j IJa rorveno Uw rs Uttf1 quality in c SS ev rj a Ba Jt IWortd jk B St y or men d to a I as bad n ll FORJ Associated of P be SALE SATURDAY MARCH it IjionSlate bridge thefoIInwkigproprSty nine shoats one sow andserel PlgICne sow will weigh 2 J016 or over and Is heavy with 1 gc S jShead ofjo j spring calvee ciBrfiujj year old which cow one Wowing = t i machlnebrfakand duubjeSHovel iplows corn drill some core jhay ifodder besides other things rotmentinned SDAVIDd Tprru Wa btercJ 6 On 8 fj t J 1ipat1 er1 tji r THE WEEKtT i Courier Jrjurnf ff AND lyThe Outloc BOTH OiaZkR ieiitsi- Only L6 i j Few peope1tttlteDtthied StatVB0 inot heard of tld C I1ftr tJournalDemocratlolnalIthiingi Iltfrinnl1thtugs cleun hi alL things it laessentiaHy ar l1 paper yaspecllJlRrrlulrp1nen we are enabledtooflorthiWeek Ji7IYCourlerJollrllltJnflYltr and for SI CO Send A yonr suljscrlptlorffor thecpmbl t- nntlnn 10 the Courier Jourual 4Z 5AI I c dx r J 1 J1 C fh ei t j tf t J iM7J ir 7 i f jJ r jm T pP db rr i o tt t r t f 1 t t i tJ l j t j i ingsville Outlook I OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I f1 The municipality of Nice has trained I dogs to draw a cord with a bush fixeds I to the end of It through the Email I t ewers of the city and so clean them 1 t Queen Margherita of Italy has an Alpine garden 6000 feet above ea- J6velrWhichisMid to be not onlywi garden n the world butca the most perfect of Ita kind i i Some time ago a brown bear In of Bronx zoological park New York wat of i Buffering from toothache It took the I c combined strength of four men to pullfo the molar after which the bears th I tonne amiability returned w In the Wisconsin zinc field there are 13 magnetic separation plants In qp eration and it Is said that this use of electromagnetism is greatly in 4creasIng the yield of zinc in that din trict i Our trade in Spain Is at a low ebb rbut It Is on account of the Span ish tariff There are a few American articles that sell there better than those from other countries Those are I typewriters witches cotton goods and oils t I f Surgden IUxey of the United State navy wears a decoration be lLj rMowev 1 the king of Spain for I18rvsl tIrtal w d to officers and men ol at f Sp nt T apinlahsrar hlp I iipriUfl can ft a fatal explosion t J k on that sh1rhQueen Maud of Norway will needa 4 little tuition In the speech of her new 4 1 realm for aho took to the Danish lan guage with instinctive ease during he I girlhood The differences between the t two languages both in vocabulary and I 4 j pronunciation lectlc aro principally dla In The total indebtedness of the United States on November 1 1905 was 1S c2S461U33 France 1002 5 Sa German states 26S7621000i Italy 19023 2560605000 Russia y 1902 3414061734 Spain 2061s t V 889972 United Kingdom w i 833 AustriaHungary 107464025 i g t Consul Goldschmldt reports thai 11y there is an excellent opportunity io Nantes and other cities in France fot J 4I L th sale of American office and hous f Tifture cheap in price and comfort Lable In style French furniture Ita high because It is all handmade ant P the styles are bid and uncomfortable ji4 1i The natives of the Malay penlnsuls at r hAsf in the world It IP wr of waferI I C 1 made from th ia s 0 tree and Is woiUi about one twenty F thoizandth of cent The smallest l VP7i ifl m Circulation at the pres 1 7 r ty t173 Portuguese three reliI Y I loe tvoihIdx onehundredtis v r i0entI Us Guild of Massachusetts l uaugural address recom p L I V adoption of a uniform S t t r all vehicles and Govra r S ew Jersey said In hit t legislature that rehicI P it rusln ue laD 1fte sequired to carr rr protecuoft of themselvet bUe c 1 Oerraanyi wlth its 85000000 inhab f tj lUurtjiy is the most populous cpuntrj fe In Europe except Russia and Its peo L pie are far moro Intelligent and fa Iifrmore effective as producers than ar i those of Russia It ranks next tec e England among the European OwenI td In the extent of Its Industries and IIII t h lIOme lines of activity It surpasse I bEngland ttJsonlloftheU1ostPro j o gree8tvo of thqworlat1 dli- haso Ui1 tates as nm s F a6eaGor5 some of 1t8roh most tate9 Uea1 t 7 4p t 1 Gao of the oddest gifts that MisI a t Alice Roosevelt received came fron b u admirer of her father in Boston II t ta jwoyeazoId ratuesnake W bletImeasures close to 12 Inches and atet J14 J present weighs iYJ pounds The product of Massachusetts havhlI llaa capturedat the DlOO Hm rcserva t early one year ao byO T I Mason or 22 Hanover street who hatI l t the most of his life catching e t Wkeefor tie profit coming from thcii 1 n fat oils which anIr 11initant demand fn the various co legee of this state Mr Tfeomaa gammons the Amert i o l c caa consulgeneral at Newchwang 4 Htnchurlt recently visited Port A r Lf thur and while met and had an- C t eedingly interesting chat with Jar 1 l chief military genius and heroI 1r arahat O aInthe course or thelti cot1or the marshal stilted 4 e ewas going back to Blarm i The emperor he Bald called mi I l 1 Jj from the farm to enter the field mid i now that there is no more fighting tot J me to do and aliI am through p 2q1tb soldiering I shall return to thi flam4 if J One of the ablest hydrostatic eni gtaeera of New York Mr Farrington to nwd a few days ago the cxtraordlnarj fJ BtateHiaril that1 the waste of aqueduct Iatei 1utf4esoiatthat wIrt n posMblo to preveat this wastage- It t 1 Is1 i would be unneoewary to Increase ti reservoir and the water supply for jknany years In other words the dtj to commit Itself to an IndebU icSV essary because the users of aque 4 twater In the city persist In wast t bI It There eeems to be no waj t be prevented y4 rtcanf stories of vast shoals of sea 1 0t42i7 JI have been set down as of thi t r 1rT variety of sailors yarns rS t eDeCk er of the United t G rveysaw a sight JJ o t rrB kind which proved the veracity r1 n Ttales Between Cuba and Jolor l t i fihlp passed through a sea 01 l 1 1j tJZl for JOOmnesDr Beck si J 4 J r C8that were 6000 r t ti HE to each square mite and that t J ut ji1 i jfaoaXitoi serpents was as IIP r frrofas Hwaa long there must have er ji Veeii 5OOO of them It was literal lj lr tJueUiHlltaBMowaa alive with them p Zi i l Oifrrlea B KBOX the gelatin king r t11 arr1ve1 in Los Angeles Oal 8 where e proposed to construct an Iiaertl1 Bayjr The first ol t tile air will be phrisfeaexl the Gelatin tUItetrlal trip is a success it will be t EIIIto Safly ran iaco where several t 7 asceasJOBa wlll be aiadei Every do I tall of warfare In the sky has becc h coBridered byjCnox and the inventor 4 GjergelT Tbrallnsoji and they arc Jfl cO that they can build ai t j i irip that can with safety to ItselJ fcwl 4owB swift dcstnictlou on fklpf k tJtItaere11 J1 palbe wfiler ii VtclII tziz4TTk t r 1 11icIr 11 tjrtb t y r1 rJ ir p t oo ai 0 if c ro t f his him the FaithhiThatCbnqueredcl eySTORYLIfE I Br the Highwr and flyway Pnaehtr PART VIWIA VUion of Cloryl Cor 2itO inCopnLgbtW4by hohenlled the son of Iharooha daughter choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God than to enjoy the pleasure are sin Corn season esteeming tho reproach Christ greater rlche than the treasHures of Egypt for ho hail respect eompense of the reward Hy faith he rsook Egypt not Marine the wrath of tnn behoU aflUNG ItMOses poThorrnutts wellnight Incon his InIntrying to underqu stand all as t r a ItS plred Hut the try as she might she could not acEcustom herself todl the thought orst nJMosesnce he lensh mused to herself Oo wend v is fared and what w o toi Ucvctita Cod itJal f of tiiD toIf I could only him and tell what these days Sfternot for time but for eternity wetshould live and If Moses sees the light ly ohatwish I could tell him all this so that this new experience he might feel In that I shared it with himmWhy dont yout came the question o her heart And then as though ome one had spoken and she was answering h them she said aloudt bAndto reply Your maid TalUs pAndtogether They both realized that she could not go openly In search of soundpalace The king had first Ih biciouscame to him of the hope and expectation of the Hebrew people the hands of their God and o somehow could not but reel uneasy He determined to crush out any such dreams and gave orders to the overseers to make thelitburdens heavier and to be moro rigid In their discIplineacognizant of all this and followed with anxious Interest the actions of the king lest he should order Moses seized and con demncd and Imprisoned If not killed But the king made no such move eeming content with making the op hhinkinghe cause Moses greater suffering nd anguish of spirit And so It wa 3ethat she knew that she must plan se crctly and carefully If she were to sue sAtplanning It was decided that Khe should db u e herself as a traveler returning ih his servant to his home ntheeattus with a un nothing about It If IIhim cyr exclaimed Ta clappln tnds quite ftnlhusl astlcall JJcjmemberttb conVtrrrr Itwasror him th t i won youto riejn with the king to save him from nili ivought on by his con troversy Wlthje temple attendants when sougAt to levy special trib ute upon hlmte incurred their dlsIlike you remember by undue friendli ness with the foreigner traders whom the priests detest And he will be able advise us as to the manner and of our jontney Two days later those who were early astir in the neighborhood ot Archcmus home saw a camel leave the gateway guided by the servant that strode at his side And In Goshen what of Moses JHs Teturn to the land of his people had been Quiet and unostentatious He had set himself earnestly to the task ot further searching out and studying the records of his people No word about himself and what he had sacrificed to take his place with Jhe Hebrew people ever escaped his lips In his contact with the elders of the people he was ever cheerful and courageous Inspiring them with his hope of deliverance dud blessing 61 Gods hands To be sure his coming in the garb ot a Hebrew had caused no small stir and was an unceasing topic ot conversation It was little they really knew as to what had transpired In the princess palace but this much was plain to them that a Break hud come and that Moses was no Igrger an IJgyptlaii prince with wealthanii power Iud it atHucnce his command But when the displeasure ot th king was fclj nod thu oppression In j eaten mOrO ltlttcrmurinurlngs of dls content were heard upon every liaiicl And Moses felt it all It brought u new and deeper anguish to his heart One day lie was deep In the prophecy of Jacob spoken In Mcslns upon his COBS as hH lay dying and ImO rtache l that portion devoted to Juduli Me real Judah thou art he whom thy breth rim shall praise thy bund shall be In the neck of thine enemies thy fathers children shall bow down before thee Judah must be destined ot God to rule he murmurea and then went on rending Judith Is a lions whelp from the prey my son thou art gone up conquering power such ns belongs to a king he thought ho stooped dew n he crouched as a lion and as an old lion who shall rouse him No one shall dare dispute his powur Ah here It is even more plainly lie cxclulraed with growing excitement ns ho read e The scepter iliiill not depart from Judah uoV a lawgiver from bvlweea Quite Satisfactory Do you think wcxhall be allowed to follow the same nvoCatlohs lOlL future life that we do In thlB I hope so What doyoudo- NlltblnFClcvelnncJ leader Ergo A Japanese doctor Baron Suyemat su has at last found one dread disease that conies from kissing Lupus Is ii n known In Japan SI lu ls lnthcfp fyre Detroit free Press llaL feet until Shiloh conic and 1Irj shall the gathering of the peopl Binding his foal unto the vine an s asss colt unto the choice wine he ashed his garments In wine and his othes In the blood oi grapes Illsses shall be red with vine and eth white with milk Ho read through to the end and theu bak nnd read and reread the mysterious passage Until Shiloh come and unto him shall the gather g of the people be After all he thought the regal nors of Judah are but to lead up to coming ot a greater one Who is this Shiloh unto whom all the people to be gathered Ho got no further In his reading e was held by this new thought How long he sat absoibcdln the new message he did not know but tit lust he came conscious that allwas darkness out him and the starry heavens were t- sible through the open doorway ising he wandered forth Shiloh was coming le softly whis red to himself Who Is lie he a ked and an intense yearuluj filled heart to knOw Shiloh is corn g he cried In exultation thrilled by thought From whence he again estioned and gazed upward intently though he would rend his answer In stars But that is what the priests of gypt think to do he cried with sud contrition at the thought that ho turn to the stars for answer throwing himself upon his face to e ground he murmured Jijay it Is that v Pth answer t Is lie ato bnrvtizh the f aL 9r Sudik Irrcslstr jiilsa seized lilu ii lie must go d find hilob H a king juKwherc hat was fun nd Ho was to rule over he Hebrew people feverishly easel expectantly he seemed to pass from ne end of the earth to the other lie- isited kingdom after kingdom and saw their rulers und studied each one turn but always with disappoint eat None ot these could be the Shl loh unto whom was to be the gather ing of the Ages rolled by and- o saw kingdoms rite and fall He thought he saw his own nation bowing successive kings but always Ith disappointment and a looking for ward to the coming of another and better ruler Discouraged and disheartened al last he cried out in the4rr qoedmlng of his heart Where Is Shiloh Whither shall I o to find Shiloh Surely he Is not men I have searched the earth ut he is not found and his voice roke into a great sob of anguish It was then that he heard a voice sayingShiloh shall come tram above His heart leaped within him at the transcendent thought He looked up and in the distance saw again the light which had held him enrap when he had beheld the vision Josephs tomb Toward It he sped nd as he went It seemed that his people pressed forward in ever Increasing numbers nil expectant and eager The light grew brighter and brighter the farther he went until at last It seemed to pervade everything Filled with wonder nt the marvelous sight he lift ed his eyes upward and raw that the eavens had ripened and there in re glory was Oue whcse bright ness was above that of the sun Blind d by the glory and overcome utterly he lay there us one dead and when at last he came toJilmself he found he was till lying upon the ground where he had thrown himself Yea thou Divine One he whis pered reverently unto Thee Indeed hall the gathering of the people of all he earth be So absorbed had be been that he had heard the shuffling heavy tread of ome big or the sob of w fces in low conversation a lie rst he realized the presence nt rn of strangers was when in the i ness ot the night there loomed p t his side the outlines of a camel a Ill heard the words We would find Moses Can you uY reel us to him If he had been startled at the sudden apparition before him be was still more surprised to hear his name spoken and the nature ot the inquiry Who could this be who was seeking him in the dead ol night Were they friend or fooT Did Ihey seek his good or his harm Thus rapidly did these questions flash through his mind And then mindful that hu was In Gods hands nail unwilling to speak other than the truth he said quietly I am he- Almost before the words were out of his mouth the stranger who had been leaning forward and looking at him Intently gixve one glad cry of recogni ion and springing recklessly from the high seat upon the camels back em braced hint The one word mother quivered on his lips as be turned and responded tenderly to the embrace but he did not speak the words He must not If he were true to the hope of his people and to the vision he bad just hut for was he not henceforth a Hebrew And the other us though shB sensed the thought that separated them us u great gulf clung the closer to him and mur muredMoses I have come to tell you that thou hast done right Thy God is the true God as my soul does testify And I wanted you to know that though my heart Is breaking there is a sweetness In giving theu up to follow the light which comes froip Him Her voice broke but at last she controlled her Jiiuotlons und continued And and though am an Egyptian and thou a Hebrew perhaps lie will understand and know that I believe In Him The touching plea awoke u new note of gladness In Moses heart and a new light broke In upon him Softly and tenderly he told the woman at his side of his vision Eagerly hungrily she listened and as he finished with the words And unto Him shall the Batb erlng of the people be she exclaimed fervidly 11110wgather overt inc an Egyptian a duugli tcr of a nation under Judgment Surely hu will was the tonndcut reply AIIII during the years which followed the star of hope shone brightly for each and they endured as seeing Him who Is Invisible Washington Day in Italy The Milan Peace in accord with the school teachertlof Italy has ItctUIoned the goveriunent to have tbo birthday of Cuorge VVubhlnglon pro itclaimedto inunlfcstnllona favor of pcuci Humane Idea Dress reform for horses ia uJFrench rearis Idea Ho bas Invented u ollar which Is adapted to horn anntotny rind comforlnljlc IIUII cijiiliic fmliioa jmra goo J fiT wi I J THE HEPBURN BILl i enate Committee Will Report it Without Amendment Senator Tlllman a Democrat Is Given the Honor of Reporting the Meagi- ure This Action Establishes a Precedent In Congress Washington Feb 4Dy a vote of to 6 the senate committee In Inter state commerce agreed to report tho Hepburn railroad rate bill without amendment but tho resolution adopted reserved to the members of tho committee freedom of action concerning tmemlments offered in the senate By vole of 5 to 3 republicans prevailing Senator Tlllman n democrat was then the honor of reporting the bill This establishes n precedent in that republican senate committee has given to a democrat control of an im portant measure passed by a repub Mean house and indorsed by a repub am president Senators Cullom and Carmnck were absent and their votes were recorded only on tho main prop ositionSenator Dolllver offered the first part of the resolution and Senator Aldrich made a motion to amend by add Ing the restrictions concerning amend ments The Aldrich motion prevailed the affirmative vqtes being Elkins Aldrich Keane Frrakcr Cram Tillman W v vlaruii The e rtlvo Totes ri vtr i tapj ami Mo Uiurln THE DRAKE COMMITTEE Investigation of Municipal and County Affairs in Cincinnati Commenced Cincinnati Feb 24The Drake In vestigating committee appointed by the Ohio senate to investigate the af fairs of Cincinnati and Hamilton county began its session Friday The county treasurers office was first taken up Guy W Mallon for merly president ot the Cincinnati Trust Co of which George B Cox Is now the head was tho first witness called Ho was asked whether Interest was paid on county funds deposited with the trust company and expressed a belief that such was the case al though he said he had no positive knowledge of the matter It developed that while Mr Hynlcka was treasurer Mr Schott the cashier bad charge of the county funds The amount collected semiannually ia about 3500000 Fourfifths of this is paid in checks and they are deposited in the variousfbanks Mr Hynlcka said county treasurers offlco has no account of gratuities But Mr Schott has from to time hand ed me gratuities K h From what blU kYhe we c I dont know It Is custoir o accept checks for taxes We do i r avo to do that It is done at the it officer and the drawer So fro ti to tune banks thus favored havelU donations or whatever you might cv it to the county treasurers office recognition of our accommodatlo and I received the money I ne asked a bank or any person for g gratuity I kept no account of t amounts and deposited them In j private accounts I do not know tlwhat basis the amounts were calcu hted Mr Schott handed me in hII term about I1MOO of mOOO Jl PAID THE PENALTY Johann Hoch Convicted Murderer ant Confessed Bigamist Hanged 1ChIci Johanfl rHoch ou vtted rtu ier confessed biga t sl who If but a fraction of ii tdes cf rime told of him are true e iae greatest crmlnals this j timtr aj ever known was hanged tie ounty Jail for rolsonlng his Ik 0 Marie WelckerHoch PJo faced death as he has always sald that be would face it when tho final moment came calmly and with out fear He stool or the scaffold be neath the dangling noose in the atti tude and with the placid courage oft a soldier who realizes to the full tii death Is his port on but is still unafraid He died with a prayer on hli lips for the officers of the law who took his life and said the words Good uye his last utterance that ho waa innocent of the crime for whth he paid the extreme penalty of th House Favors Investlgaton Washington Feb 24 Vib op position the house at its r ession passed the TillmanG t resolu Lion directing the Inters immerco commission to make rxa nation on the subject of railroad d ination a and monopolies aoport on the same from time to xui The Dry 3L Dewey Los Palrras Islands Fc- 24The Ury ock Dewey arrived at this porU Tlie vessel encaunterol heavy weather and will remain hero for a fortnight for overhaullpg and repairing The dry dock is strained Business Failures New York Feb 24 Business fail ures In the United States for tho weekending February 22 number 1S against 208 last week 220 in tho Ifcu week of 1905 200 in 1904 185 In 1903 and Canada failures number W agarlnst 28 last week- Wllhelmlna Busch To Wed Los Angeles Cal Feb 24lt de veloped that a marriage license he 3 been issued to Lieut Edwrrd Scharrer and MIss Wllhelmlna Busch daughter of Adolphus Busch the well known brower of St Louis- Alexander Seriously III New York Feb 24Fears over tha condition of James W Alexander for mer president of the Equitable Lita Assurance society were expressed by the three physicians who have been attending him since an operation wa performer Thursday He Had To Lie Down To It Parkersburg W Va Fob 24J t Harper a farmer of Davldvllle cf mlttcd suicide by drowning himself a creek near here The creek wn shallow he had to lie face dowr v jNo cause Is known for the rash act Blackburn Indicted Asheville N C Feb HThe grand Jury ot the Uirted States dltrlct court returned another true bill against Con gres man Bltrckburn charging him with practicing before the treasury de partment in violation of the federal statutes To Prevent Bookmaklnrj Washington Feb 24Two bills dc signed to prevent bookinnktag at th Jcnnng race track were introduced ij tho house The bills prohibit cii rmbllng or letting anywhere in tfir District of Coluralla I tt it1fn I f STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I p KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY Tne Dog Tax Bill Passad AntiCigar ette Measure Killed Frankfort Fob 20A bill Jam Is about V result In tho legislature Tho countyunit bills friends have anTinounced they will block everything the seralo and now comes the redis Bm The house committee soontotheEleventh and put It In Vu Third con grosMonal district Butler from the Third and put It In the FoinM and Ohio from tho Third nail put It n the Second The senate committee on Kentucky statutes agreed to report faEvorably the following bills The son bill authorizing a county to appoint moro than one road supervisor the Whltt bill providing the manner In which a county may straighten the a county line the George bill authoriz ing electric railways gas and oil pipet lino companies to condemn a cThestatutes agreed to report favorably the q bill to repeal the law which exempts a laborers wages from debts created for necessaries Tho house railroad t commission reconsidered the Jackson excess baggage bill and agreed to report It favorably II provides that L pr rent of flrltaIJS passenJrflr- r r Rvti ehargai for 100 pound o1 I n rT fm1ceuts shi ia made Ti revenue committee ongijiated and reportwl its bill to impose a license tax on blend ors and rectifiers It fixes a license tax of iyt cents upon every gallon of such compounded rectified blended or adulterated distilled spiritslFrankfort Feb 21There were words over the county unit bill in the senate and as a result at least two senators do not speak as they pass by In a speech Senator Cammack reiter ated his charge that a conspiracy ex isted todefeat the bill which was denied by Senator Porter The senate committee on courts of jusUce agreei to report favorably the Hickman bill providing for official circuit court stea o raphors and the Linn bill requiring that all claims presented to the county fiscal courts shall be sworn to The house committee on public health decided to report favorably the bill requiring the formula to be print ed on the outside of the bottle or package of all patent or proprietary medi cines In the house Mr Barry of Lon and Marshall resigned aj members of the special committee appointed by the speaker several days ago to investigate the several state depart ments The resolution providing the committee was introduced by Mr Bar ry who later charged that he could not get a meeting of the committee and secured the appointment of four additional committeemen- Frankfort Feb 22Wlthhls well known wit and suavity Senator Sam Dehaven broke trough the wall of ufclf objectors and secured per Emission to have the house dog tax bill voted on ancj passed This ends the tight and Itaow up to Gov Deckham l t a say whether dogs shall be taxed or aot The bill provides for a tax of fjl on all dogs over four months old The senate committee on corporations agreed to report favorably the bill to place all express companies under control of the state railroad commission on the same basis as railroads The same committee put an end to the Gll j lemvater anticigarette bill by adopt ing a motion by 6 Jo 1 not to report the bill back to the senate Otro rtt Wri04 u bm1 f Pthe session was passed by the house its afternoon session and it Is sal J1li pass the senate without much op position This atQlIshesJthe school trust system not apiply to city boards creates a of four county commissioners one to be elected from each district in Ut Ieedcounty This commission with Lb county school superintendent shall control the schools and select all the teachers Frankfort Feb 24 Opponents of a county unit local option bill which has been a bone of contention in Kentucky assembly sessions for ten years past put through a substitute measure for the original bill which Is very distasteful to the advocates of tem perance who wero conducting the flrt The substitute which bears the ijaue of Cot Jack Chlnn the senator f om the Mercer district makes the oouity the unit in counUes containing iorftSbOR iifti class but in counties n c owns of the first secju ihor fifth clahs all have alxv iuenI1nd In habitants the county outsit J clty shall be ono unit and the TerrItory rlthln the corporate hlmltst be nother and separate unit Thu gl nal bill was hopelessly tied upU1 Senator Chlnn presented his comprot Ise The bill now goes to the lower house for approval and leaders of the temperance fight say they have gainc rothlng by its provisions and will ce on members of the lower house to re fuse to give concurrence to the Chlnn bill The Lincoln Farm Frankfort Ky Feb 22Mr Han nab called up the resolution in the legislature urging the government to buy the Lincoln farm in Lame county this state and convert it into a national park It was unanimously adopted Burned With Acid Newport wy Feb 24Leva Hls sem dau li xCounty Judge His ton wa lsfJ1ut not serious cuf it her home s re result f nppl Li2 wtKilIc acid if Jor arms un der the impression that she was using- a lotion for the skin Surprised Their Friends Lexington Ky Feb 24The ins riage of Mrs Mattie E Weeks and James Redfearn which was celebrat ed in Cincinnati came as a complete surprise to the family and friends of the bride in this city Committed Suicide By Shooting Lexington Ky Feb 23 While de bpondent W D Maddox 50 formerly purchasing agent for the Kentucky Lumber and Veneering Co of Breath Jtt county committed suicide in hiss froom in the Phoenix h6tel by shooting himself ParegoricI Joe the twoyearold son of Joseph Brown of Fourth and Isabella streets narrowly escaped death by poisoning He drank the contents of an ounce vial of pare gone but the doctor sayS him Historic Courthouse To Be Razed Harrodsburg Ky Feb 22The his jtoric courthouse of Harrodsburg wad eoou be a thing of the past The gm jury in a rather sensational report trj cult Judge Bell condemned the vvsent county buildings and rocom ended the erection tf a new cou it rse Who Gets tl Ziouisvllle Ky Feb 24In looking ihrough the effects of the late J Brown a distiller Hewett Drown f West Ormsby avenue found a tie ot of whisky 66 years old kffJ1tff LEXINGTON REFORM SCHOOL Nothing Definite of Mfsmanagemerit IwKnown By the Witness Franktort Ky Feb 23T The house special committee known as the Dar investigating committee met in ex ecutive session tarryme general statements It is said the erect that he had been told ofImismanagement at the school of form at Lexington and that he had heard that a number of clerks In the statehouse employed other clerks at salary to do their work 0 DAruernw a former employe of school oj reform was before the com mittee out It is understood was una ble tf make any definite statement bout any particular mismanagement Stab Auditor Hager was also before he committee hut nothing could be leaned as to what he testified as the tmlttee members agreed to keep iet about the testimony till the re lyrt Is madelNEW KENTUCKY ROADs t Cairo Mayfield 8 Nashville Railroad v CohiivQ fv Jtt I r MayQild Nasnd1J Railway Co filet a charter in the Jefferson county court placing Its capital stock at 100000 Its avowed object Is to build and opsr ate a railroad from a point orposlto through the counties of Car and Graves via Msyfleld to a point on the Padiira Memphis di vision of th ffashvllle Chattanooga l St LOuis railway in Galloway county about four miles south of Murray The road will be about 60 miles long The incorporators all of whom are of fidals of the Louisville Nashville Railway Co and their respective hold Ings are Milton H Smith 982 shares W L Mapother three shares Edw W HInes thtee shares Charles Hay don three shares J H Ellis three shares W A Northcutt three shares W H Bruce three shares The maximum debt Is fixed at 50000 KNIFE AND GUN USED Prominent Kentuckians Engaged in a Deadly Affray at Cynthlana Cynthlana Ky Feb 24Near tho corner drug store of Vanderen Ly dicks In this city Ashley Ward shot twice at Shirley Frisble with a 38call her pistol Friable cut Ward on tho face and on one finger of the right hand with a knife The shooting is said to have been over a young lady one of the men having made a remark Ward is a law student In the office ot his brothe lnlaw W T Latterly and Friable is an undertaker One ball shattered Frisbles arm and doctors think it will have to be amputated The other ball slightly wounded tho right arm Warehouse Destroyed By Fire Burgin Ky Feb jZfcFdre of un known origin destroy the warehouse of Vorls Bros here l together with hemp worth 8000 lie property Cogar Davis of Danville This is K d JVfqf JP a visited 1IJtf past tend days t i To Curb Reform Mayors Frankfort Ky Feb 2Thec bill fixing the minimum number of police In secondclass cities at 30 was pass in the house It is intended to ap ply particularly tsPdiucah arid to prevent reform mayors from cutting down the force to keep anteelection promises Railway Yards and Roundhouse Mlddlesboro cv eb22R Ho- rnek or Cupibe1ed Gap has con tracted wlth tbe Southern Railway Co to construct their yards and roundhouse at Hamilton Springs Tenn AU the coal from the Mtddlesbon will be handled In these yards districtI Longstreet Race Horse Lexington Ky Feb 24LongstreetI ifonethis generation and a successful sire is dead at the Elmendorf stud of Jas H Haggln Longstreet was raced by M F Dwyer and on the turf won 36 races and earned 81365 Singer Agent in Jail K Ml Sterling Ky Feb 24 William iy of this city was arrested in LUogton at the Instigation of the SlnsC Machine Co He acted AS ac1 for the company here and at RlcbiBd and is charged with em bezzlemnt and forgery Was Postponed HarrodsV Ky Feb 21At tha request ot t V immonwealth the trial of Luther Hrr and William Briton policeme Barged with killing Walter Stotts S postponed until the May termtrCUit court Many Barrels r Whisky Barn Levingood K yeb 24ire total ly destroyed the dlstlllery plant of the Hayee DlsUWnS Co with 2500 barrolg of whfkyThlltPitWOWie- ti by Timothy Hayes of Covedale O and his two sons Arthur and J E who live bere- Threaten To Leave the Staten Louisville Ky Feb 24lr the KenI tucky legislature passes the bill Ing to the testifying of whisky several of the big rectifying Louisville firms threaten to leave the state They may remove to Ohio and Indiana Kentucky Man Sentenced Covington Ky Feb 23Arthur Harry Hamlin of this city has been sentenced to the penitentiary in Col orado for 16 years for the kill ing of a man named Frederck Miller at the poor farm In that state last November The Chlnn Assignment Lexington Ky Feb 23The sched ule of assets and liabilities of A C Chinn the local dry goods merchant who made an assignment last Saturday was filed The assets are 6900 anti the liablltles about 21000 Deadly Fight With Knives Richmond Ky Feb 22At Doo Creek in Estlll county Clay Shlviy and Green Williams engaged in a des perate fight with knives Williams was co badly cut that he wiSi die Shlvely escaped and has not been 1r tvred Killed By a Falling Tree Lebanon Ky Feb 22While cut ting down a tree on his farm south of- T this city John Smock was caught while It full to the ground He was instantly killed McCormack was SO years old and K prominent citizen 1 DAWN REFUSED TO APPEAR R fBright Phoebus Wasnt on Hand with the Necessary Color Theaianous tradesmen were pressing the management for payment As a last appeal to an unappreciative public a play For Honor lor England was put on One reese as Iayed in semidarkness The hero daybreakfrom hit woes or disaster The dawn at last he exclaimed Bright Phoebua gilds yonder mountain eak Bright Phoebus gilds yonder mountain peakl he repeated in louder uphithe darkness continued Bright Phoe eayheWell guvnor came in clear tones from the gasman at the wings I reckon youd better along without Phoebua Theyve cut the blessed gas off- S WFUL PSORIASIS 35 YEARS Terrible Scaly Humor in Patches All- Over the Body Skin Cracked and Bleeding Cared by Catlcara thirtyficbody I used three cakes of Cuticura Soap six boxes of Ointment and two bottles of lletolvent In thirty days I was permanentIrsorlasis first made its appearance in red pots generally forming a circle leaving in he center a spot about the size of a sil er dollar of sound flesh In a short ime the affected circle would form a si1vet7ffpeafoin hathinv u Clil to soften them the flesh would b i raw and alight discharge of bloody substance would ooze out That rcaly crust would form again in twenty four hours It was worse on my arms and limbs it was in spots aU IIletwould crack and bleed I suffered intense itching worse at nights after getting warm in bed or warm by exercise when it would be almost unbearable VM CliideaterHutchiMon Kan Aprilg 1905 Not Deserving of Good Luck Three Germans were sitting at luncheon recently and were overheard discussing the second marriage of a mutual friend when one of them remarked Ill tell you vtoat A man vhat marries de rec cnd time dont deserve to Lave lost his liTst vifeLife Speaking from Experience How do like being civilized flfltcd the philanthropist Well answered simple childof nature civilization is the innd but it is mighty hard on the digestion Washington Star If n man should try to obey all the laws on the statute books he might ca cape the pemtontiaryiby into the lunatic asylurnt GlobeDem ocrat S Some men are born infamous some grad ually have their reputations taken away from them by investigation Houston Chronicle RHEUMATIC PAINS Disappear When Or Williams Pink PlUs Purify the Blood and Heal Inflamed Tissues Rheumatism is a disease of the blood caused by the failure of tho body to cast off certain poisons External applica tions are of use only in securing tempo mary relief from painthe cure for rheumatism lies in purifying and en richiug the blood Mrs FrjHjeriek Brown of 40 Snmpter- if street HilINYf was a suffer r froi1ttho1Irst VPd in iv nr cttli in uthips arid ynlscl 1C Uecani aregnIarhing that would M laid up nil winKr rheumatism affected mostly 41y hands hips feet nrd shoulder My hands were all puffed np and rr feet became deformed I lost my j ite conldnt sleep and sometimes I w 7 compelled to cry out the pain was sc ioiise For several winters I was under the doctors caro and while his medicine ro liovcd tho pain for a little while there seemed no prospect for a pennancut cure I was confined to mybed off and on for weeks at a time My limbs swelled dreadfully tvt times anti I was reduced almost to nothing In the spring of 1004 upon the ad vice of a friend I begun to use Dr Williams Pink Pills At that time I wasnt nblo to do anything and could barely eat enough to keep alive I felt n change forthebetter in about a month I began to eat heartily and I suffered less pain Of course I kept on the treatment using care in say diet and iu about three mouths I was cured I am entirely well today mid do all my own work Dr Williams Pink Pills cured Mrs Brown by drlvingthorhoumatio poisons out ot her blood But must get the genuine Dr Williams Pink Pills sold by alt druggists and by the Dr Williams Co Schenectady N Y t1llh The k All 25 S SW BOSTOKMAi Fi Jan er tuttt Keeps the sVSh In a soft and healthy con dition and the complexion VJUCE 25 Ct ONE DAY Pain SLOANS LINIMENT R1iab1e- AMLYRIME Druggists 5OLOODL- EARL VASELINECOLD OC1JI1ETIIEIP AiLGJIC St Jacobs Oil f for many many years has cured arid continues to euro RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA 4 LUMBAGO 1 BACKACHE SCIATICA SPRAINS 4uBRUISES SORENESS STIFFNESS r FROSTBITES iPrice 25c and 5Oc jj 5 T Atlas Engines jJMany pmpectln purchiKti ol enttnci tad bolIeti 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possesses extraordinary cleansing healing and germi 7Icidal qualities unlike anything else all druggists 50 cents LAEOE TRIAL PACKAGE FEES The R Paxton Co Boston Mass WONDERSALVE Absolutely Free From All Poisonous Ingredients s A SURS CURE For Burns Throat Corns Eczema 1 Rheumatism Ulcers Piles Blood Poison Car bancles sod all Wounds and Skin Diseases nicrrstit sex liaAnEKct sosluarrais Dtp AM lIPAYSPOTOASH For Military Raanty Lnad Warrant luued e io wur Wrlterneat EHIOER6Iilihsyn1 250 Prize Puzzle aiOOtat R5On4 V9T Srd 4tri to 8th SSMeii- an fl learn to ncxtta Price We AronM Wanted Ate Phi Udclphla XTBLKt WKriiaQ TO ABVEKTI8 please tnte that jtra thodverUasaa at In thy pmocr the oldfashioned mustard plaster wonderful that net blister the most delicate skin For ia the sick room the most modern and the test Mtaa Omaha Blrmlnshara Little this season kind and Yel Sold CO many farm front their crop thiS year 2SBu Yield acres land close hand taxes SDrE tothe to the by by ills Sore Sores steen area will iJPARADE ACMEUiUCOlUlFalnaonnt VASE LI NE CAPSICUM VASELINE counterIrritant mlstakelts4lie dryi VASELINE 2TiCAMPHOR ICE Superior to anything in usa for chapped hands and lips to all irritation of the aida Cures sunburn cit 4 Cuss b obuiatd from drattbu and d a norwu1 und br aoatl on receipt of 15 ceoU la mon x or stamp if3 CHE8EBROUGH MFG CO 17 State St NEW YORK ANTIGRIPINE Is GUARANTEED TbcuRtRIp lAD COLD HEADACKE NEWIALgIA I wontaelL itiUrtpin o a dealer to wont Guariujr It Ciii foCour MONEV J1tC 1EaT F WDieersMDsUawdsQurerrffigjeja x e ap ita thtt c I T1rrrlrt IJ i t 1 t T or 17 r rith i t I f 1s4 1 1 = j 1 i + + 7 r J J f f 1 t u I J r OF EDUCATIONAL INTEREST s I Yosaburo P Suglta of Toklo has 1 been given the chair of language and lit erature of Japan at the University ot Notre Dame He Is the son of a wealthy Japanese coal merchant He Is 20 years old speaks and writes English fluently is a brilliant French conversationalist I 1 und In bearing is studious and thought I ful t The New York Society for the Pro tec tion of Italian Immigrants says the1 School Journal has taken steps to es tablish schools among the Italian labor camps of New York Pennsylvania and I New Jersey The Intention Is to Inter est local authorities so that they will support the schools when once cstab llshed I J A movement has been started by the Japanese in Vancouver to provide- sschools In which their own language shall be taught There are several hundred Japanese employed In and about tw the city many of whom have large fam 4 w tiles As many of these people expctto 1 return to Japan they are anxious that their children shall acquire a knowledge their own language J tofIt has been decided by the trustees of e Carnegie institute in Plttsburg tQ the school of domestic science ant women of the new school oft the Margaret Carnegie 1name for Women In honor of the moth t Andrew Carnegie While the prop to use his mothers name in this a total surprise to Mr Carnegie e i9 has expressed his pleasure that her tJff natne has been chosen for this perman rt nt association wHIt ie vrkoftho wf1nl YIlsltPI 2 ft flr1tL U hr nt is cdTTod ilia 4f jiiotlev cf Uio luiiUergartoii system 1n GonuB Of course the Froabel meth 44ir joi od of training little folk was Introduced I before she gained tho notice of the I 1 school world but It was due to her ef half a century ago that the klnder became a popular German insti I flforta Frau Goldschmidt has just cele the eightieth anniversary of her but even now she reads without glasses and Is still vigorously advocat 3 ing the Froebel pedagogics She Is an i Important factor In the advancement of i mans cause In the fatherlandI IwFROM FOREIGN FIELDS 4 The eutlre collection ot the dlplo 4 matte letters of Pope Plus VII hast 4 been stolen from the archives of J Vatican 4 The London branch of the Gaelic league is preparing a scheme for placI I ing the principal Irish products onp the Eng lsh markets confident In low prices ana good Qualities 4 f The original proclamation for the capture of Prince Charles Edward the a S S7 Young Pretender dated Whitehall August 21 1745 has recently been dis Iit covered and purchased by the British museum After two recent nights of fog nearly 6000 birds were found dead under 4 the lantern of Cape Grlsnez light I Kiys the London Chroniclet had been attracted jy the brll JTheylight and were killed by flying the lighthouse has a population of about C000000 Seoul the capital has 22 SiOOO and Is constantly increasing Al roa Y50OOO Japanese live In the king rt dom NJ less than 8000000 has been spent on railways The foreign trade wan worth S2C616487 lust year- oJ Double tracking the Siberian rail ot 1 Way will certainly not take place for a year or two there are neither trail i other material nor w 7 atUrg tilt ia ruk c Pgreat Moreover tile whule ot the r1l 1 appropriation for the purpose has been ss pea t 4 Among the presents received by r Bishop QConaell now Jn Japan as r the papal envoy to the mikado is a p deed of dedication for an liacre tract i of land to the pope as a site for Cath Ttolib headquarters at Oshlde seven i miles from the wellknown tourist re i sort Karulzawa l t i1HOYOHT8 FOB EVERY DAY i Monday Be accurate practical and ovt 1 J Remember that what one t 7 man has done another can do if he s t but find the way fit himself for tho t journey and travel It tzf WednesdayLook at the highest average rewards of the calling you 1 z propose to adopt fold If the same i efforts In some other direction would he a brighter prop ct choose the S a lausr f1 Thursday Mtad your pwn business t M Your business will not mind itself and i sobody vlll mind it fqr you I y Friday There are no doubt excep 51 fleas to every rule so when you find a7Dsan able and wllllns to faithfully mind your business for you and your t bustnes Is big enough to need his I r help realize that you have a treasure tI and recollect that he Is a man of In 0 p telllgeace capable of knowing when t he is justly or generously treated or otborwUe 1 P s f Saturday Beware of the man who Is only acting the part of the good and 1 lalthful servant s 4 i r SandBy Think with caution act 4ti with decision and never lose courage 1 FOOD AND STUDY1 Si j77Tr A College Mans Est uIL t t vWAl1 tltf11111t my htglf Bchooi course l fldfr5t7eLr a college1 wivea an- r tt ambitious young man I struggled 1t greasyVr t 4 J cakes and tried things My system aj pt il f got lato a state of general disorder and il was difficult for mo to apply myself to school work with any degree dlfferentmedtI tI4 V j Tlen my attention was called to ist GrapeNuts food and f sampled It I 1 had to do something so 1 Just buckled down to a rigid observance of the dl y rectlons on the package and in less 1 i t r than no time began to feel better In a few weeks my strength was restored t my elghthadlncreaBedI had a 0 clearer head and felt better In every r ipartc11ar My work was simply sport col It was formerly t 11 t i My sisters healthwas badly run C down and she had become so neryous rti that she could not attend to her mU1 4 r sic She went on GrapeNuts and ha- i fij M the8merremarkable experience that J cioI had Then my brother Frank who J L i Is IB the post office department at tik Ii Washington city and had been trying 0s v to do brain Work on greasy foods thoOrapeyi 4 army was and could do and from a brokendown lf condition ho has developed into a hearty and efficleat man theselcouldglveaccountIhav made Tlsibta improvement den l A tally and physically by the use of this food Name given by Postum Coj t Creek Mich i j1 a reason Re dthe littlo pkpA 1f f i I 14 i t j6 pr rh 1 + ri rrrVI J tb 10t Ji ZIf41i r p 1 b li 0 Jr i r tf u Pt i JYf =t J p 1 4t 4 Under theoRed Robe By STANLEY J WETMANs Oopjright UM by Suoloy f Woman CHAPTER V COXTISUKP Doubtless ho had dropped the Jewels In tho hurry of his start from the Inn that night Doubtless too he carried them In that bizarre hiding place for tho sake of safety consider ing it unlikely that robbers If hn fell Into their iinds would take thi from him as still less likely that they would suspect It to contain anything of value Everywhere It woull pass for a lovegift the work of his IINor did my penetration stop there Ten to one the gems were family property the last treasure of the house and Mtin Cochcforet when I saw him at tho Inn was on the way to convey them out of the country either to secure them rom seizure by tho gov sellinghemmoney desperate enterprise For day or two perhaps after leaving ocTicforet while tim inountal T va mel Its chaneo occupied houglits ho had s nut discovered hr Then lie hallIjrardicil for IIleC1Iii a t L1Sti2IId fool IM Ms teh i vc ccrlart that I had tit on true solution and all that lghl I sat wakeful In tho darkness pondering what I I11Toto do with as I pleased Fifteen thou sand crowns perhaps 20000 crownsIand to leave at six In the whether I would or no I might leave for Spain with the Jewels In my pocket confess was tempted Tho gems wore so fine that I doubt not some InI differently honest men would have sold salvation for them hit a Dorault Ms boner No I was tempted but not for long Thank God a man reduced to living by the fortunes the dlco and may oven bo called a woman spy and coward without beI coming a thief The temptation soon left meI take credit for Itand I fell to thinking of this and that plan for making use of them Once It occurred 10 me to take the jewels to the card ual and buy my pardon with IhrrrIagain to use them as a trap to capture Cochcforcl again toanti then about live In the morning as I sat up on my wretched pallet while the first light BlQle slowly In through the cobwebbed hayshifted lattice there camp to ruoI IIwhichIt charmed me I smacked my UpJ over It and hugged myself and felt my eyes dilate In tho darkness 1 conned It It seemed cruel It se med moan I cared nothing Mndpmolsollo had toasted of her victory over mo of her womans wits and her acuteness and nf my dullness She hail wild hnr grooms should flog me she had rated me as if I had been a log Very well we would see now whoso brains wcro ihe hotter whoso was the master whoso should be the whipping mlndI The one thing required by ttJ1a urtftvr p 1thaty about it I determined ti sccnd 1 my mind were madu iio go mybOrMiwait near the chateau until I sa v hr come out Or If could not orient my purpose in that way either by reason of the landlords vigilante or for any oihcr causemy course was still easy I would ride away and when I had pro ceeded a mllo or so tlo up my horse the forest and return to tjio wooden bridge Thence I could watch tho gar den and front of the chateau until time and chance gave me Ihe opportunity sought So I saw my way quite clearly and when the fcllow below called me re minding ne rudely that I must be go ing and that It was six oclock twas r a4Ywllh my inswcr I tthouteil sulkilythai I was coming opd after r decent delay took up my saddle bais and went down Viewed by the cold morning light the inn room looked more smoky more grimy more wretched than when I last seen It The goodwlfo was nol visible The fire was not lighted No provision not so much as a stirrupcup or howl of porridge cheered tie heart I looked around Knlfllng the stale smell of last nights lamp and grunted Are you going to send me out fasting said affecting a worse humor than felt The landlord was standing by tb window stooping over a great pair of frayed and furrowed thighboots which he was lalorlng to soften with coplouj grease Mademoiselle ordered no breakCasthe answered with a ma licious grin i Well It does not much matter I replied grandly I shall be at Auch by noon That Is as nay be he answered h mother erl I did noi wndcr staiij nlhibuV omni to thlnkabout awl opened the door and stepped OIllutendlng to go to the staH Iroa second I compre ben N Jd air laden with wood land moIsture met roe and went to my bones Gut it was not that which made me shiver Outside the door In the road sitting on horseback In silence were two men One was Clon The other who held a spare horse by the rein my horse was a man t bad seen at the Inn a rough shockheaded hardbitten fellow Both were armed and Clon was booted His mate rodo barefoot with a rusty spur strapped to one heel The moment I saw them a sure andI certain fear crept Into my mind it was that made me shiver But Idid not speak to them I went in again and closed the door behind me The landlord was putting on the boots What does this meanT I said hoarse ly I bad a clear prescience of what 1IUS coming Why are these men bereIOrders be answered laconically lie Laded Well They were In the family portrait section ot the gallery and It seemed to MI Gbllghtly that her English visitor was depy impressed VS these are all my ancestors she raid proud ly Now this Is my grcatgreat grand father when he was a youn g man of course Isnt he handsome My grandfather used to tell my mother that his grandfatherthats this onoIwas a splendidlooking manas lie lived nrd as popular wIth women wJlli men because he was such a 7 tO V i retorted io answered bluntly Wei Monsieur that la my business that we mean to see you out f the country and out of harms way But If I will not go I cried Monsieur will go he answered coolly There are no strangers in the village today he added with a significant smile- SDo you mean to kidnap me Ire plied in a rage Behind the rage was something I will not call It terror for the brave feel no terror but it was akin to It I had had to do with rough men all my life but there was a primness and truculence In tho as pect of these three that shook me When I thought of tho dark paths and narrow lanes and cllffsldea we must traverse whichever road we took I a trembledIfs as you to Is certain however he continued maliciously touching an ar nebusa which lie had produced and right against a chair while I the door If you attempt th vM cst resistance we shall knov i v to- tput an end to It either here r ho roadI drew a deep breath The mlnence of the hanger restouil r the use of my faculties I chan v tone and laughed aloud SoI Iwey v turned the more I shall be pVt u L r After vr i Vnnsleur i r ItOid aI 4ht iTLiIS ne oIi Iy45 amt nie ClltnIways was k uo boilti 11 for me flut Ill rstols and only my retlIwon here T1myThe street was empty save for tho two waiting horsemen who sat in their saddles before lthemair was raw The sky was gray cloudy and cold My thoughts flew back to the morning on which I had found the sachet at that very spot almost at 1Ithe little packet I carried In my bootI But the landlords dry manner the 8ult len silence of his two companions whose eyes Steadily refused mine chilled me again For an InlitantI the Impulse to refuse to mount to re fuse to go was almost Irresistible then knowing the madness of such a course which might and probably would give the men tho chance they desired I crushed It down and went slowly to my stirrupIwonder you d9 not want my Isword I said by way of sarcasm as I swung myself upIWe are not keeper answered gravely You may kClJpltforthe preicnl made no answerwhat answer hail I to makeanllWI rode at a fool pace down the street he and I leading Glen and the shockbeaded man bring Ing up the rvfir TTi lutsiircly mode of our departure ijr absence of hurry or even baste te mena Indifference wasIlbOUght rl1ttiIeS t nature of my nr i CEot and thattbqy were not mind to ho hound by mad augI1Ii han dialevolent face and sunken v fy dumbness chilled mclMercy ha no place there IWerolle soboIy so theatncarly halt an the t brow from which I bad taken my first look at Cocbef ret Among tho dwarf oaks whence I hall viewed the valley I1nllIIIlooked back on the scene may be Hut I bad short time rctOlleclIWHOnlOv1Ingr on road to Auch dlppcil Into the valley When we were already halfway down GuddClllyII nldIturn Into i lIoIJthweshvarcliSampre encroached on by trees which led horselthink r do not know the road Tbl Is tho way lo Auch To Auhycs he answered blur ly But we are not going to ANU Whither then 1 I said angrily You will see presently hr rr le1 1with an ugly smile Yes but I will know no lrei- t taxied passion getting thelU of me I have come so far vtij you You will find It more easy j tikij me farther If you will taU me fUT plans You are a fool he cri a with a snarl Not so I answered lji ask only to know whither I am gc Into Spain be ssj Win thil satisfy you And what will YIdo with e there I asked my hr cluing a tre 1 boid hand you OVetCl some fr leccia of ours he answered curtly If you behave yourself If not there Is a shorter way and one that will save us some traveling Moke up your mind Monsieur Which shall It be CHAPTER VI UNPKR THE PIC DU MIDI So that was their plan Two or three boursto the southward the long white glittering wall stretched east and west above the brown woods Beyond that lay Spain Once across the border I might be detained If no worse happened to me as a prisoner of war for we were then at war with SpaliS on thee Italian side Or I banded over to one of the savage bands half smugglers half brigands that held the passes or be delivered worst fate of all Into the power ot the French exiles ot whom some would be likely to recognize me and cut my throat It is a long way Into Spain I mut tered watching In a kind of fasclna hero Brave I guess ho was Why he naver fought In a battle that he didnt lose an arm or a leg or some tiling from being right In front of everybody He was In twentythree engagements Youths Companion Acolnit Fire Irrecnqlloni Thqmas published Farmers Almanac in New England In tho early part of the last preventionIr read In bed by candle Il specially J 4 ion Glen handling his pUtoln think you will find the other road longer still the landlord answered primly But choose and be quid about it- They were three to one and thny hall firearms In effect I had no choice Well if I must I must I cried making up my mind with seem Ing recklessness Vogue la galeref pain be It It will not be tho fir t time I have heard the dons talk The men nodded as much as tr that they had known what th m would be tho landlord relea y rein nnd In a trlco we vcr g down the narrow track wllh vs set towards tho mountains On one point my mind was noy ro easy The men met r isby mend I had no longer i as I had feared a i ol 1t ti Uick at the rst con ni a me As far as ii iii ide In peace On iinnil If I let them carry uioss the border my fate was led A man set down without cro dentlals or guards among the wild des peradoes who swarmed In war time In the Asturlan passes might consider himself fortunate If an easy death fell o his lot In my case I could make happenAtered word dropped among the say age men with whom I should be left and the diamonds hidden In my boot norblckmatter tr mv whither they went gq vi ne others talked in theira ittur thlon or sometimes grinned noriny face I looked put ovfr nvn woods with eyes that saw y 1iii not see The red squirrel swarming up the trunk tho startled pigs that rushed away grunting from their feast of mast the colltary titter who met us armed 10 tile teeth anrt passed northward after whlspcrlngwlth myItlmoIWIIot i It steadily upwards crossing nn ii recrossing n swiftly rushlug hotdWIIrisitigsheereither hand with gray rocks half masked brfrn nrd ivy getting hero aldersI3unIShlDlngI know that trre was worse to come ruseby 010IBullftil my brain for n hour am nlmost resigned myself to a swdpn cftar on the men sinio hand ate resort I thougl ot npfar Uu Rerous ton anti almtxit dcaperae which stilt ermecl to promise sonI thing It came of my fingers resting In my pocket on the fragments oof the orange sachet which without havln any particular design In my mind I litul taken caro to bring with me I had torn tho sachet Into four pieces four corners As I played mechanical with them one of my fingers fitted IIY one us Into a glove a gecond finger Into anothc Aid the plan came Still beforn I cou vovo InJi Livad lo wait until we red to bait the flagging horses w h we did about noon at the head cf 13 valley Then wctundln to drink the stream handful1Mgetting to horse N nir I carefully fitted a pebble not too iMly Into the larg est scrap and rr ready for the at tempt The landlord rod cu my left abreast of me the other to knaves behind The road at this stage favored me fcr the alley which drained the bare up lands that lay Between the lower spurs and Ihe base of the real mountains lied become wide and shallow Herr were wo trees and the path was a men Bheeptrack covered with short crltp grai and running sometimes on this niII walled iinMJUiaruulf tkflLC1 10 speak to the mm l ind TLc lie did so and his eyes wore averted slipped out tho scrap of pebbleIlanel paceslleloroseeu hut alas for my hopes At this rltlcal moment my borne started my finger struck the scrap aslant the peb bio new out and the bit ot stuff flut tered Into a whinbush chess to my stir rur aod was lost was bitterly disappointed for thtL same thing might happen again bad now only three scraps left nut fortune favored me by putting it Into my neighbors head to plunge Into a toot debate with the shockheaded man on the nature of some animals seen on a distant brow which bo saul worn izards while th other maintained that they ware commr Ho ron tinned oi H ut wiLt bis Ice ni h bei way k bail tne to nv anotutr pebble Into life SCTOni piece ot stuff and sliding It on to my thigh poised It and flipped It This time my finger struck the mis tile fairly In the middle and shot It so far and so truly that U dropped In the path ten pates In front of is The moment saw it fall kicked my neighbors nap In the ribs It started and he turning In a rage hit 1L The next Instant he pulled it almost on IU haunches Saint GrIm he cried and sat glar- Ing at the bit ol yellow satin with his face turned purple and his law fallen What Is it said staring nt him In turn What Is Ihe matfer fool1 Matter he blurted Mon Bleu hut Clons excitement surpassed even his The dumb man no sooner saw what bad attracted his comrades attention than he uttered an Inartic ulate and horrible noise and tumbling1 off his horse more like a beast than a man threw himself bodily on the pre cious morsel To Bo Continued If your bed be surrounded by curtain r Strictly forbid the use of cigars In your family at all times but especial after night Thero is good reason- suppose a house was lately set on Ill by a half consumed cigar which a wo man suddenly threw away to preve being detected In the unhealthy a offensive practice of smoking To car ry fire In any way through the streeti of Boston was considered a penal of fense even up to 1780 when the re strictlou concerning the smoking t cigars was repealed L y o 1 A oo IS A STRIKE AVERTED V ff Vice President Says an Ilgreenlent Was Reached liJVIr F t Robbins of the Pitts 1113 Ot C j Stated Jhat There rita Been No Change In the Situation Indianapolis lndVlce President T L Lewis of tho United Mlno Workers of America made a sign ed statement In regard to the ml hers troubles Among other things JIG says You may accept one proposition aa a fixed fnct that there will be no general strike In the mining Industry April 1 The operators will restore the reduction accepted by the miners two years ago and perhaps more Mr F L Robbins of Pennsylvania and Mr Taylor of Illinois leaders of tho operators recognize their untenable position at Indianapolis and havo gracefully submitted to the Inevitable and will pay an advance to the minors A general strike will be avert ed Business will not be paralyzed by Industrial strife An era of peaco will be established for another period of years and the trade agreement method of settling labor disputes will win new friends to its standard The anthracite operators must now grant an advance In view of the ac tion of the bituminous operators EXSPEAKER HENDERSON DEAD Died In a Hospital In Dubuque la After Several Months Illness Dubuque InFormer Speaker Da vid D Henderson of tho nation al house of representatives died at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon at Mercy hospital of paresis which at tacked him several months ago Ho began to sink Friday afternoon rallied Saturdny morning in the afternoon lapsed into unconsciousness and fail ed rapidly until tho end came All of his family except a son In California were at the bedside but Col Hender son was unable to recognize any ono but his wifo since a weeic ago except on Friday when ho partly regained his mental faculties The funeral will be held next Thurs day with services in the Episcopal church under the auspices of tho Grand Army Former Congressman George D Perkins of Sioux City will deliver an eulogy The body Is to Ho In state on Thursday the church PRESIDENT CAS JOS BOAST Will Humble Frs ureak Monroe Doctrine and CI it Foreigners Willemstad acao Advices received lip om Venezuela are to tho that President Castro rys hI amble France break up 11 e doctrine clear out the F frojn Venezuela and then start atjrlcans Englishmen and Ger lug who he declares are worse than tinese He Is reported as saying ihjat ho will clear the country of for ners He is very bitter against jwerlcans who he says are after his c untry The populace is yearning ff an American protectorate and tho blUer class of Venezuelans are report u as saying that the situation de timdx immediate intervention by the r sited States for the sake of human it jMILITARY ACADEMY FIRE 5T tree Cadets Were Burned To Death j and a Dozen Others Injured Gambler OThe charred bodies o Cadets Wlnficld Scott Kunkle oft Ashtabula 0 J E HendersQn Pi Ridge Farm Ill and James J Ful Tillof Warren 0 were found In the- rilins of Delano hall of the Kenyon 1 lltarv academy which was destroy ed by fire Saturday morning A doz e fi ether persons were Injured the bodies of Fuller and Henderson k close together They had been r vmuiates It is believed that they MTO suffocated to death In bed Ca pu Harry Barnes and Lenox Baker 1oth residents of Cleveland were moved on cots to hospitals In Cleve nJ Sunday morning Barnes whose condition had been regarded as crit- lcl en Saturday Is much Improved PreparIng For Trouble M I1Ui Active preparations con tinue Lent for a possible con tingency ca CMna MaJ Gen Leonard contemplatedIculated ami the packers and team Bters of this cl y requesting the names of those wh a willing to enlist for service In Cliti The Grade or Ueutenant General Washington b compromise on the provision at Kbtv j the grade of lieutenant jjpnul has been practically agreed upon whereby Gens Corbin and MacArthur will bo allowed to reach that rank before their retirement Two Babies Burned Huntington W VaTwo little children of Homer Trail near Eagle were burned to death Sunday morning in their home Tbd mother Jeft them alone for an hour and on her return found both burned to a crisp Arrival at Gibraltar Gibraltar Tho transports Kilpat tick and McClellan having on- board the First Infantry bound for Ma nlla sailed for Malta The boilers ol ho McClellan which were In bad con diLlon were repaired hero Sentenced To Sing Sing MIneola 1 I Benjamin E Val entine a wealthy Brooklyn lawyer was sentenced to servo an indeterminate term of not more than five years md three months in Sing Sing for iirglng his wifes name to a deed for yiopTty belonging to his mother American Sailors Deserted nlaMr Bylngton the Amer ican ronsul notified the police nutbt1les that 1C sailors had desert ed from the second squadron of the Atlantic fleet commanded by Rr Adm Slgsbee Killed By Her Husband Richmond VaMrs Mattio P odges of Durham N C was urdered In her bed by her husband hn H Hodges According to his n confession she was dragged from f sick bed by tho infuriated man and rot to death TroopsI re rived advices confirming the re tent disaster to British troops near Sokoto Three officers and 25 natives I killed through their horses bolt ml breaking the square- i A lfJ e J THE COST OF REVOLUTION Pcss Involved in the Russian Pro letariat Strike Was Five TJun dred Million Pillars Aside from the moral and political luestlons Involved a matter of much Interest connected with the recent proletariat strike In Russia has been the problem of the ost of the result ant disturbances in terms of money and upon this matter most interesting light has been thrown by the publication in The London Statist of the careful estimate made by Professor UIgoulin one of the foremost econo mists of Russia who places the direct loss from mob disorder at 175000000 Professor Mlgoulln attributes to the disorders at Baku the great oil pro ducing district of the empire which Was devastated by fire an actual loss of 50000000 estates here and thereI through the ravaged country destroyed by the peasantry represented 25 000000 factories sugar mills and other manufacturing plants In provin cial districts burned by mobs made up IIburningmonth of October alone led to the deJstruction of 30000000 of property while warships governmcnt stores and property and houses destroyed by cannonade Involved another 25000 000 bringjfig fe total from these Items te 171000 iti ii jjli be iift1 th the dir losses the ffKtliin i Btructlon brought about Lj tha revo lutionary forces In the wake of this destruction and the unsettlement fol lowing it there were collateral losses which far overtopped this lotal Thus the loss to the railway administration Is put at 20000000 during tho qrst strike in October the loss of wages tn workmen and the shutting off of pro ductlve capacity In many directions amount to at least 100000000 more while beyond these matters but still arising from the great strike disturb ances are to be set down some 100 000000 withdrawn from the country by Russians fleeing from their unhappy land the enormou bankruptcies Involving some 50000000 and with foreignbankersRussian correspondents Tho grand includingtherun well above 500000000 Queer Spot in Ireland Among the many odd nooks and cdr ners and crannies of the auld emerald isle Is Carrlckarede on the Great Northern railroad of Ireland It is an isolated rock separated from tho mainland by a chasm feet wide and more than 80 feet deep and It Is at this place that the salmon are inter cepted in their retreat to the rivers A rude brldgo of ropes Is thrown across which remains during the fish Ing season antI this bridge which Is protected by a single rope rail swings about in the most uncomfortable manner often rendering it a dangerous feat In stormy weather save to the natives who cross it with the utmost indliltrencu The name is derived from Carrfgarramhadh the rock in the road on account of the Intercept- Ing of the salmon Near by on the west side of the Island is a cavern In which have been found the bones of horse ox deer r sheep goat badger water rat and of several kinds of birds Lesser of Two Evils Papa says he likes to hear me play your accompaniments He usually sits In Ihe next room kou know Tben he admiresImusictla away loud that It drowns your voice Stray Stories Royal Lifeboats It Is a singular coincidence that between January 1 and December 31 the royal national lifeboats were SG3 times on service Hve hundred and thirty lives and 27 vessels were saved Two Thoughts You know Bragg of course I think he belongs to your church Well Bragg doesnt think that No How do you mean Hethlnks the church belongsto him Philadelphia Ledger Ancient Art Although the name of the first rop maker and that of the land in which ha practiced his art have both been lost to history Egyptian sculptures prove that the art was practiced at least 2000 years before the time of Christ Shoes in Campaign A New York congressman gave 5000 of his constituents orders for shoes at duringIare now at a rapid rate It would be Interesting to know the comparative value of tur keys and shoes for campaign purposes Excessive Caution Mabel dear wont you give me Just cne III tlc Stop i minute George I must tako the parrot out There George Chicago Tribune MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Feb 21 CATTLEFaIr to good J3 00 t 3steers 5 IS W 60 7lLHOQSCholceMixed packers 630 W 6 35 SHEEP Extra O5W- LAMUS Extra 7 25 FLOURSprlng patent 460 O 4 85 WHEAT No 2 red V D72 COHN No 3 mixed s 43 6372RYENoHARLEY No 2 spring O- HAYOholce 63 12 00 Git 52LARDnUTTERCholce dairy Choice creamery 30 APPLKSCholM per bbl 0 600 POTATOKSPer bush 65 70 OOldCHICAGO FLOURNf Inter 3 70 O 4 00 rLVHIATNoNo 3 red W CORN No 2 mixed 39 OATSNO z mixed 23i KYBCholce 63 PORKMess prime 1535 6154- 0TARDPrlme steam 7 65 7 ni NEW YORK FLOUR Winter patent 3 75 0 4 00 WHEATNO 2 red tI ss CORN No 2 mixed tI 48 OATSNo 2 mixed 3ty UYK Western mixed g 73 PORK Mese prime 16 00 IARD Prime steam 7 S5 S 05 BALTIMORE WHEATNO red g S5l CORNNo 2 mixed 4E4 4- CCATTLK Steers 00 450 HOGS Dressed 700 7 25 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red W 90 CORN No 3 mixed 47 O 47H OATS No 3 mixed 35 IOR1Mei 6HJ LARDSteam O 7 INDIANAPOLIS VIII3ATNo 2 red t CORN No 2 mixed W 42 OATS No 2 mixed O SO4 TT AI D ODDS I LLSIt gLAOETE Iyi Ten Times Here are the final cablegrams in an in AyresAdaAnswer at once Eugene Tulian New York Eugene Tuilan Yes Ada Crau furd course you remember the story the other girl who got a proposal by telegraph She asked the clerk how many words she could tent for a quarter He said ten and her answer was Yes yes yesIhostS Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free tryBotanicante Blood Balm B B B kills or dc ctroy the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoul den blades shifting pains difficulty iu moving fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawking spitting drop flyingbeforecatarrh Balm has cure hunJrec 40 years stand ing after doctoi hot springs and patent medicines had all failed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last retort It is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases Impossible for any one to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheumativi or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not i patching np Drug store per large bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also special medical ad vice by describing trouble and writing iood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Idle for a Time Only Will you loaf me always asked the Impecunious nobleman of his wealthy I will loaf for a year or two was the practical reply and then I think you ought to go to workBoston TranscriptS 5 Tons Grass Hay Free Tcrybody loves lots and lots of fodder fo cows sheep and swine The enormous crops of our Northern Grown Pedigree on our seed farina the past year compel us to issue a spe cial catalogue BAUERS BAIUJAIS BETB BOOK This is brim full of bargain seeds at bar gain prices SEND ruts 2CTIdZ TODAY and receive free sufficient seed to grow 5 tons of grass on your lot or farm thi summer and our great Seed Book greatbargainsRemit 4c and we add a package of Ccs snag the most fashionable serviceable beautiful annual flower John A Salztr Seed Co Lock Draw er K La Crosse Wis It is strange that the vrideawake chap in the baldhead row at the burleequi show in generally the one who always sleeps when he goes to church S To Clean Oil Painting Many are not aware that iil paintings may be successfully ckanet Vv nn ama teur Dip a cloth in tepdcry Soap iuds and wring almost dry over thc picture carefully un t and fl epecka are removed then anply boiled lin seed oil with a flannel clot- ELEANOR R rAJIKER Every inernational controtrsv is instrumental in developing a I of dry goods box diplomats To Get the Best Oat of LIfe S0rdeii the life habits i iform to the laws cf hygiene1 take rest food drink exercise hay 2enty or light fresh air and sunshine s ii a cup of Gartield Tea daily Th re 11 laxative insures Good Health ir gjtists tell Gar field Tea S There is room at the f the man who can push the othr offCbi cago Daily News To Cure a Cold in Cue Dry Take LIXATIVB BHOMO Quinine Tablets Druggistsrofund money It it falls to earn BW GKOVBS signature Is on each box 23c He who finds no cause for gratitude probably causes none AVtgelable PreparalionforAs s1riIIating ihcFoodandlleti1a I h VN JSH1I IK N Promotes DigeslionJCfeeerrul ness aiilUestConta1n neitter ppiumJWorplunc nor Gnero- LCOTIC JlssIis eJ ConsHpalionWorms Convulsiops Fcverjsli ness and Loss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature of NEW YORK AI b Tiii ilhs old J5 DOSE JC tNTS EXACT cow or WRAPPER A Positive CURE Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed Gives Relict at Once It cleanses soothes protectsthe brane It cures Ca tarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly He stores the Senses of CATARRH HAY FEVER Tiute and Smell Full size 60 cts at Drug maiLElyp This brdllanf man walfts up and down 4 Upon the srreeta oT3pofe TUwn The flitter of his aninlilg star IArrests attention from afar Itiwhts tIle beer ojidrfoestDsntwr Trtor nought con bet POLIO SiNew Way to los Angeles Yen can now go direct via Salt Lake City to Southern California by a new daily train the Los Angeles Limited with all the latest innovations fcr travel comfort Dining Cars Meals a la Carte Observation Cars with Buffet jvLounging Rooms and Library Electric Lighted throughout via the Chicago k North Western Union Pacific and Salt Lake Route For sleeping car reserra lions and lull inquire of W G Neimyer G A 120 Jackson Boule 5 yard Ch Ill II S ayute gastritii was invented I nysicmnwtd notbesaet- o arge five dollars treating stomach he S It Cures While You Walk Allens FootEate is a certain cure for hot sweating callous and swollen sching feet Sold by all Druggists Ppce 23c Don t accept any substitute package FREE Address Allen S Olmsted Le Roy Ni Yi fS The man who feels like doing somethin foolish generally has his excuse all frame ui in advance S A Guaranteed Cure for FueL ItchIng Blind Protruding PHefc DrucfflsU are authorized to refund money If PAZoOisTMBXTfailstocuro InBtolidays SOc 7 JaNever borrow trouble today that you can put oil till tomorrow Hoxsles Group Cure The life saver of children with Pneumonia Croup I Diphtheria No opium SO coats The ce else does it Ii society sf h rIt S HIS ONE V7EAK SPOT Prominent Minnesota Merchant Cured ti Stay Cured by Doans Kidney Pills J O C Hayden of O C hayden A Ca dry goods merchants of Albert Lea Minn says I was so lame that I could hardly walk T ra was an nn t 55 weak fleas f the back and constant pain and t aching j no rest and wo 4 night As Bay was good iTt s 4 vqi ble all tho iSI gone from my for some time began Kidney Pills The remi once upon the normal action was restored the with my back I havC ihad any return of Iti For sale by all dealers 50 cents n box Co Buffalo N Y VFTLE i iy accoanible 1conldfii uncomfortable r rtrasbackAft I jIkIdneysist disappeared SICK HEADACHE CARTERS UVERPLLS Positively cwr d ay these Little FiBs TyaioreneeD5M aigesttoaaaaTooEsmrty c EatiTu A perfect rem c JytQrEtalasfiaNi Drowsiness Bad Taste In the Moata CbateC I Tongue Pain a te SUe lIYTORPID LIVER S itt 4 regulate the Boweia Purely VKefesta j 4 SHALLNSE 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commission allowed to any Imdy nIl subscriptions THE OUTLOOK is sent one year for one illarx6ix months for cen ts three months for thirty 4 vontsLt EbTHURSDAY MARCH 1190awith i t TDK Puritanical tendency of taro clement of legislators in the IfIKentucky General Assembly wap- uqniowhat checked by the Senate Corporation Committee postponing i fiction indefinitely on the Gillen waiera Aiiliciarette billat 018lfpreparing to erect a tower 5513 feet JO inches high to its remodeled building in New York City itisbo the loftiest structure I TAtVrt irrCT5nniirinnbHloTiB jiei sun projects a higher one o TUB U S Senate passed thel S Food bill hy n voto of 63 to 4 lt ppUee to U S territories tnd iioritretttte commerce nnd mclii foods drugBuiedicinrs and liquors it being IDlldu uiUdetncinor to manufacture or m ll ttLu1terstedu- iiicle4lf tliiifn clneees It is u rn 1iill anil Jun been needed for a long tune 4 TUB Dug T x bill has been pus cd by the Ky General Assembly nnd 14 in the hands of theGovenor iroSt vfdih funning each dogone idIL lar the tax Jo go tnjtIaiuito plAY 4 it 4 heepnwner f9ricp kilM by tluv Aitogs on which the fai- i1Wtp4 aid must by killed bYler tain county officers If it becomes i4 II Uw there will boa mighty bc wispe ir log t TBS General sceme beebits energies tu getting the utmost hut of thst taxpayers and devising new methods totlpendlt without heai42Yajjnnt expenditures Then too Ie ffersoni nIdea that the leutt 9 I s lgllverned people are the best gOY 0 cP = erDedp ople ill held in such titter f 1 snteept ttit Is ought tO ex toA ed the alreiidy plethoric statutt H I hhfluritanlcal sumptuary 7 1 jO p t nnrcullary legisltiiin u nil l t 11 tuf the people being fr ee k Vel are istlie tank t S a pen l lnBttUttofl F iv fdI I1PEN CHAREE8 U Gaosvit4Ititui j OhIo was defeated nation for Congress by Albert a t ll by 78u 29GenGrosvenur t1IJuib enllI the house for twenty 1 dd yeltrllfndRa been oo of tIlt Tf1i0 ighly Republican partisans for 4iiiuBjijyeajfc IIeiiiBWiifle of three member nf thoCntiiinittoo ie JRulw whick BMken the Speaker t he autocrat of the House HIj Iu1dalwajB how the figureStnI I llr thttheiiCeiUbliemDs w sd lti aft elecUouJIJi1ItbtHtluy 4 j J the line of pnrtisanship r r thin ia statesuiynthip though his sc 1S Song wrricv aade liin peculiarlyJ g bt aad lemiduble In Jp bale S r S jStCBrrXtt f far rartun S + WahIogeiibIrtl1dayatChic afos1 II I rCMpkaiizejil in a speech the necdoflis I v4 this eHHiry being prepared 4 war and recommended a regular s riiynf ItWOOO men Secretary lrIrfri Ik riT3 1q leO the s ime or k iTay atjUialtfiBjire omde a Bimllar t apptaj foriafrrd iiatetiavy They eiI tit Undo Sam couldr 1 h ttrnrclitJf hwuldtop use ureattert1mV untiecceuTyomcesandc1erksI 8 4 J t ihentootljat pehsioji extr r ance could well be brought wi 4 J he ouncliof reaspnV It Is nearly 4 lrctijJneTearflnC the ivd war Closed and Vhe anjiunj pension- iter apl- I if olfl l r15are simply Irepoi 4 ii l TBJB County Unit bill whtclv has 7 oecupiid so wuch ol the Ky GenJ i r tI eral AssbleyitIaie has no rn enit r I p1k 1J lurport tnWbold eJerta i f f goernieat t quor 3IenSeIIfl slitcieth p 4 x d of falsUg reteaue to pay rum hJt f lldJI i ietns i ltit toniwiHJ r raveaue hj tjHat method thi rJgu WItt1heprincipetlth e rule eapba tle n1 applies in that instance j v t We have n example in this town townrI an on 7 t 1 nl1 U ineee anlS profeellnlII in eke 1 Z r otil tb town revebue by dl reel 3 t 1t1 i aJlon Thoverwbe1tisgu iutl t of thneewki are required to r jIoi t J1 t yVthe license tax fa oppc e hoit q 1010 ILrf f 1 J 5ItlJ foY 0 ft I W1 sftkertIlness te o t4 t t w E Turatrkought a cow at his L 1 F Ireddirs tale for18160- T iH Mabe18zthers returned J t 10 tier lietie atMt Sterling ac nwI3r pctt tatrIa Jl io fMrrand Flemlog Anpn who 1rnSe aad Luti Smather cth1 2 Jdeafwtlril by Esly Robertson will 7 9avae aij4 Stanly Swathors 1 tt j 4f f t1V + f r jfj rrt Jtf t jai l fA f a a f jt1 I n I YC tI k tioEti or41I i i y t ft Ywf V Jk v1rJ t l l Pl r t1I1r r 1 ttJdJ k 4r 0 i4f J 1 x ttendctl the PI ittHobertson Bedding near Somerset Hillsboro q A DRY mured to FLeitilni- i5 e ui week Atn Ions moved to W Crnlr s tesidenco lust week to1IIS9 dda Murkwoll is con fewIeMis J Emmons nnd children Mwingsvilienios this week Lltilw Miss Angle Young Ja son of AowIngIon il hud wire kit week Grange City Charles Colliver is quite 8 tywith men pies veJuhn R Outright bought of S Havens a horse for 100 lgin Sopher has been very tick measles but is bettor now Miss Maude Rigdun left Mon aday for Lebanon Ohio where she w illuUend school Mrs Jojin Rawlmgs is very poorly tit her home near Moc Ferry with mcuales James Ruwlings bought a liidaythe sale of Young of 80ISguCaveClinton Vnoby of Aiueeviih 0 visitingrclathcs here yler McFiirlands died TU cuIdYtheBlickuYour correspondent was pre sentEl at the wedding of ChssterAHundy Yale formerly of St Mis r3in lIyr11Murie ThosUTat 3 pIw Brother Roundtree oQIciHtcd A sumptuous repast was flervedHnd all were entertained by J R eon nvw gruphophone in the Ii tcrnoon Hill eichoseem to be 1inprovLngha inMviiritSaurdayandlila mother hero Elder W A Williams who hud n making his home in Sweetwu ter III fur the past three yearshas resigned as pastor of the Christian Church there on account of ill lth and went last week to Irtaccompanied by LU wife and little eon Joseph Naylors Branch John T Lathrum is on the sick Iit beMirenlllJl10etof fcorn150 a barreL c Die infant of Woodman Norris ant wife has been very sick but islie soqie belter now S1tLlnfgbtonJO8ph Latbnum and family vis lied tfie fumlly of W fiLot ram at HAAllllon Ge urge LathraV place Monday OlympIa TJnclo DnvIne1s very sick shj41t reBornand wife aboy ydviMraparents here this week Mrs T Harry visited her daugh at Farmers last week Thomas Jackson of CovIn ton Ehlnfl1r J Kane of Louisa is the gt1 tof MM1OMyrlosisters at Farmers the past we ektoMrs Dura Cook of Louisa is the guest of her sister AJuJ K ckson Miss May Nonhoutt visited her pentten last week Miss Fannie Barber of Hoards frgjWalter Belcher of IiuntInj ton Va was here two days last week on business fo Mrs Jennie Jackson and Miss SterlingFrtdaysbopplng Mrs Burl Jackson and little returned to their home in Virgin Saturday Lexlngtonwashere Georgt Swarts at 120 per acre lanehaAlexlo rev sl wife and seven ild L two brothers and one sis ran host of friends to mourn di de1tbpiBro May and wife ofWillraorp Ba were here and lIndlirt Thnlatnient He ve us three in she friestingBrother WtliaWilhiarns and wife have been in Illinois for some e slopped over all night with C prf1urJdafr i j f J I i f la James Dctrtunia not able ti sit lip flRlinac Flora and Lida ted are improving slowly x Nallis Perkins purchased horee of John Burnett for 125J hoftJ M Hedrick sold his crop of toburco to Gtorga Peed fur 7jeCrs Alplicus Vice visited rein s ut Grunge City several duya k11I8t week ipheut Vice sold hs crop of baico to Trumbo Snedegur for per pound Lick muel Denton ing for3yestrpitDarnell for 75 Slate Valloy Miss Lucy Ulery is ill with the measles 7 Mrs Chris Garner and daughter Louie have aeasles fho weather continues warm with ruin and thunder last night ireSatit Jones of Licking river was guest of his brother Addie Sun John K Jones and wifo were the ests of the family of Sam Shultz nday Mrs Melissa Snedegar Via tedtlf her daughter Mr Newton A Sh rout auid fur4i3Icr Owiijjs te Friday anil s vJny Mrs Elisa Wlllioms returned home from Illinois Friday and ba i1byquest of healthe sincerely n pe that the change will have the denlruil elfccl i Bethel Mrs Snfurd Rumey iuick ak1J W Emmons moved toOwings ville last week SakJSlrs L C Williams is outsgain ving recovered from a stroke of pa ralysispriMiss Amy Evans of near Eliza i is visiting her listerJlrll Will ndersonitW P Baird and OHieArrasmith attended the funeral of M rsGellrge Men at Millersburg last week J n Peters sold lila stock of goods atHooktown and moved buck i Bethel taking rooms with G B Oaywood Hannah daughter of Grant Ly nam had the index figure of her left hand cut off Sunday by her brother with an ax XS C Crouch aged 73 one of our sLkncwo citizens died last week anti was buried in Longview Ceioe tery He was a Matson of long t ndingerThe gun club had another s t Friday with the following suit G ik CIISwood450utnf Bob Cflne 38Bob Whaley250l Arru with 20 W t Day 10 Tliis leuvee Ollie Arrasmilhs rec OUItJeterThe following horse sales were made in Ib NOd Sherburne in barhoodsltift week Jerry Whitton o theendnixnetersndrew Webb one to same atS 150 E G Hazelrigg one to eaosf atda 13260 Salt LickeleMrs Jesse Steele we are glad to y Is better James Turley and wife Visited latives at Preston ofMhuiSterlingye Urn r SIted relatives here Saturday randou ndaycoMrs Press Jackson attended the in m haAshland byElduch interest is manifested RogerMtuplnBt week for Ridgewood W Va secure work Samuel J Parsons andMissLuliei u CundiiF surprised their friends by m getting married Feb 21 at the roe idence of Rev RameyThoseyu Dung ople are among our best socially und have a host of friends who are congratulating them Sundayuafnightre Albert Lewis one of the rail way carpenter force at work here jumped on the train and lost his dt Hootingreceiving Injuries from which he died a short later His home V was in Carter county On Feb 22 1906 a very pretty 1wedding took place nt the residence PBalcsparties being Miss Kathryn Hates ai and Wirt U Steeleboth ofAtbJ andseThe parlor was decorated Wisha a profusion of roses carnations soil x and potted plants forming a Vhuppyatlon of friends The bride was becomingly attired in a suit of blue to und white novelty cloth Imme ately after the nereainny the cou Onltimoreurn they will reside in Ashi and e bride Is well known herow here hi was partly raised and has many am yoJhedahols0 railway Lack of space events our giving a list of the xidwtte preeenjs received t t IWest End dangernaillIichard McCluinis stht very poorly Married Willie D Cure und Mrs Pendleton ohn Denton lost a v rye fine Friday by deuth M fathrsten visited Mrs Kate NickiU L Cur sold his farmto avid Mye wakrbut we also gain ones W M Daniel hail an old ftiliFeb hll1ijcedjiibticothe good dinner prepared Crooks Mrs Will Nixon is sick D S Nixon bought a horse of Will Carroll for 65MJohnnie Johnson boughtn mare of Sum Jones for 50 Jeff Davis and Cnbe Siodu were in Midland City SundjyMM not GremuchAG Jones of Owing v11lt pricing tub icco hero for SV John son J D Turley wire and daughter Salt Lick visited relatives here Sundnr TeLiwktal edadeColemfVillinmaJones k Pratt of Madison North Carolina snipPed a carload of mules to that point Tuesday X Died of dropsy Feb 19 Alexx Wells aged 41 Ho leaves a wife and seven children to mourn their tode 9JDavis and wife and Charley Teal attended the funeral of elrJniece a Miss Davis at Wyoming turdayainS V Juhnson bought ot J W Blcvina his crop of tobacco at 6ewor 1i1dcehanduaeto the same place his store b rnyed a short time tflMi IaIhiIessSp were married in 9ingville 8undtaFlb 25 by ElderJLh U Rosa i Stops I Mrs Nuni4o HJaOflIj1Uep- rove S to Im J SaruFestus Alfreyof Campion ited here last week J M Stull and famil hvi moved to Lexington Master Hoburt Grooms b reoov ng from an attack of pn onia mIeltj0 Tom Moore had a pule4 sllleI Monday predsrutory tlg Jg It Illinol A o forMihIeriburJit1JIdingbj land Guy fur 250 laTheit iJk joyverMayMrs H Conn near Poplar lalnlI Pittsburg got gay last we k and cted aDemuoratlc maynrS trange alungthewe hinllt wheat is small but it prn isep be good Walter oh M wicQuitheyill with jounvalescingwoFrankByrdsundEve begun manufacturing maple climpinhave about ct a jktheIipectingII themfine pair of young Clydesdale 0 holisleBros tobacco at 8c per lb Clay RuiJackThis with one exception completes tho purchases in this neighborhood ble vaSagebit tellbbedthdoubttweLeonardtile Prewitt were married at the wal home of the brides parents Arch ewiti and wife near SomqrKct urch Wednesday evening Feba1906 A number of friends as mbled for the occasion and with few words Elder II D Clark pronounced them man and wife The bridesmaid was 5hiaaEliz Del rner the best rain was Miller sail Clain Immediately after the ceremony the wedding party went the home of the grooms uncle James Roberson at Grassy Lick where a reception was given tiiem Thursday a reception was gfven t whRoberson Vhdng monolie has friends by ce in trudaughter hirtughters andtionll tt t Rlngos Mill Mrs Wm E Etumuns continues very ill H feloorna fine girl U P is nil smi1theEverett Barber moved to hit new home near Forge Hill the past week Dr Henry Gilmnrejs visitini er W Gilmoro this week Grant DAVIS and niece Miss t1tloutlie left fur Fithluti III Feb 19 to e their Lome Mr Clurk and Ghall Pierce left 22sir Poomao III ti remuin ther emieLuther Pierce and were call t Dioher who is very mat Potomac Hi Cattle must be on the boom hhorsmuklngdying bringing back several heauof cattle arrIes1 Feb 23 Mr George H Horgett to Miss Nettle Royce The bridnl couple left Immediately of thelrRor azigormutcstetmedanIs y friends Mr McGregor should te congratulated on winning cut a fair and homo loving companion lHlsNevlldaell8eOOnsUIIi h tenderfour heartfelt syt i tdtliu ber ofdeathwe hope that ho is placed in e peaceful world than re there are np sorrows or tears J forStepotonoClyde Brown has built up quite a butter und egg trade wiOh the railroad menrecL 0 Payne of Mt Sterling was At his old home over Sundyivisit hug eversbodyI Sti thendayiiy in OwingavilieikE ofwellk in Lexington liS returned will crop witb hi father Born to the wife of Charles Ray wife FridIlYa dighter thO hapandhssrlea Hen y of Oiympio o vJflh1ng I his brother W 1- 1iry iMfmltr several days last wee k Mrs Lhkie haggardand son of qHedgep Arrived lucre on a vHt to ramifyWm Supp and wife of i IthehtrevIiting his fl1therIn theLane10tDtheLaWIIHlln crop on the W W Quicksall f th inCharlesWiggiiijjtOn of the Preston n l11ere ceaItj Jot Rn1mond into 1ho n FrittMy ers which now owned bylH D Blevlns Ai iitl acit JWmne ufding themselves Charlie Parker and aunt Mies ttla Pavneooent from Saturday Monday with R L Tipton arid family at FlemJngsburg ntj Jr left da anyson Robert home Monday i well from the hospital whet re d been from the etjVcls Cf an tlon fur Home weeks E PThompsiiPvqnd family Saturday for Lexington toviswhen fes kinfolks for y will resume theft homeward rney lauding at home Long od Mo some time neSt week The division of the fildv Press Mo on whaceountofnMo betimprono unty Surveyor Havens und the e rs got the following so we ormed W T Donohew got l old homestead house and 9 acres land Steve Mockabee the oldr homestead onlusethlacresaci maessayssorm mTOEs old home weekand the return beennEtellingchanges time hud wrought for mokenty years ago a poor man witha tinkedfathers farm to the station there I begged a ride to Boston fref htlur Last night 1 drove Ca comieimucliiny purse holds todaybet tide orlookedabo edpoiftySeventyflve maydNo said Mr Jameandra ring the large flat purse from his pocket n the clamor had subsided tnn ne of you hUll guessed right feOrzyBoggsthe coach 1 bad besides my chefinancialve come back my friendr toTlittle of LosplittingedlYouthtu Companion for aa 2 CURl IiR r JoNA ChicHio1 doctor tha for tile last Iftet n Iarlsn nil has i Cottisuitegg is Iii followt iuk fffnli eK and crack the audi ut ih Inr get enil wake u link just lurm fiUIHliSever may u c in the egg us far u poedil 1wUh rupturing the vhfll Wipe the eggIt runs nUt and bind n Imirikcrchief or soft cloth arount the litter or thumb leaving thr gcnlerallCOULDNT Swiu Kipres ninf e 6rtntory commIttee of vigil nn hail captured an Irishman unllu Swede and were about to hung thIngI a railrond bridge The first mnn up was the Swede Vhef1be wui pushed iff tho rope came IInJ1be man struck ifrtiWateT and swam ashore rho IrUhmao was nextand the mejn were pteparing whebet saldi Boys bedtun coretul atOUtIl lt I cant R Al1C7L5CTI0NiOPA girl is awful mart to look so pretty- I when shisnt Theres a good deal of fun in keeping other people from having any There is more money Fn not hav teg Urge fjtSfitf ifAtftf vAviV IV bavingitof fng if the heads of families sbvuld go on they1hA womans tea of a good head hUfts8 is having a liveco- ner U rae when there in enough for three HAD TOE BEST OF ITOpie Rend ently made a trip through Ar kansas on horseback He lost his wiyandrode up to where a squat ter was sitting his fiddle by his side uynn Washington letter to- NtwYork World Jesridlnora goinsomewhero1 h0wiqierecti 1 Wti s going pomewhero an sw mydwayi al r do 19UoffVhere hewlu jou u you all con hit it witha stick i PNostraight as a string Youre ad fool Mr I sau temperTee anaw pquater taking up the li crellslyawIT en p but I aidt lost WDAT SCIKKCB MAT Do through his advitnccd science inItftlirplntD a creator hiinelID JVUhrmOtrm ipieinthe resuliaof tht atIenp to Joheses etY J wYirkWoirid ror OstWHul huts given si e1uIf itifantiolir roaequica l ieb of the Uni vet AryronfidencethiSbelief that by w development science may even CJe BaIateoUt iuuweatiantmaleBuTile one orm of Dolifeother andevent ualIyt bPio1eracor ex topectstnnnfn its physical being may be produced Prof Ostwnid Js a bold thinker 1 d a daring talker His Vllef usurptcarHulphighestftits kind will walk the earth as a product of advanced science conVider8 as certain as that ma mechahicnl invention will take forward strides in the cowIng cen tu TerThereat man can do in this direction ne sid Of course at first he will Vitoplasm orresea evolved hut it will be instinct and will be a Btep in the new evolution This evolution can y result in the creation of sme CoylsIt seen yme thatthuclenetstIt who does io tha physical form of ntlon ertbedtVtlopfuIIWfru1r started and hove created w order of life for this hi l multiply in its own form in definitely Just the same hltullour dern animals ojusthemiste creation of man will be rueBar ean amphibian mammalian or quadrupedfishfowlon nCcompU8hedinevitable probabilities usesknow that by inorganic pieces anic being can bo projducedand ure generations may be furnish with a living object lesson in Fie doctrine of evolution Who knows but a new order of humanity HojOurmost important branches of chemistry have been known ti u t orntyexplain the fact and phenomena of Khes and after all a living thing ia hing but a system of energy wucbemlstry h Outlook and dailLouisville Post one year 385I f tt J s 1 IU I i PhEMIUM GROUND FEED consists of the best grades cf Oats Cora ey and Linseed Meal properly balanced and ground For horses 4 KAPTOL FEED for cattle sheep and swine Is the saute except ccmtalaJ on Seed Heal in Dlace of Linseed f1 Cheaperand ordinaryIfe Goes farther finer Iresults aiiisSeeds Fertilizers ROUN WFEED1LHANT1jW CesIN Weekly Price List mailed to merchants who desire It C S BRENTv e rN 4 Seedsman LEXINGTONKfT SHERIFFS SAU FOR TAXES Mondatj ErMCH06 the undersigned will er for Gaydoor in Owingsville Bath county Ky to secure the yment of delinquent XCS the property named belowleud Dollarst1Are added to each amount named to cover expense of KDayif SHARPBUR1 i C1Belll 87J acres aUJ RiilIQWSlIns13Ltgglfl8t ncrr 300 iJider5onDIvidSam Yoiulard 7 ArnofrtMraSullIe7aereH4idj 16Sp 75 Anderson ToJllver 5 acres i dj Kd Anderson 190 ySA63ucresldj T B 665 ytiMrs CutherliiP 8 acres adj Mrs FrllhkIItRoJtPra i IB yle lOncres Ctco W Punier 2 6S D onathiIssiFletehser 03 acref adjJ W ManleyCaGray Austin Hunt ISO uORlchord 9 acres udj W iCHornbnck 4Knox3 840Knox S3hf8t205RoiersJohnson 10 ritrn600StnmporHendrix 115 OWluSouth CS11sonDiWilliamsSnutford Barney l 00 WYOMING MiiColllrer Jail PCOn reandjMre 370Crlll 80lSo Vice 275 Highley Jas D C acres adj Jno 217ItellnyLewlB8 217his40llJlIS 2171rjoy ri10 WHITE SULPHTBTber John I letorCrouch ad J E Thornsburgrec ndj Cad Jngram 1323 of stocdericktIOFlood work Jobu280aoryoladJds E H and SalHe 260 acr 650GOolp8etftr Pam turHollar10190HOlatlIIaoadj Mason Oarner 0 95 oil semati Lee house and lot n Salt Lick 270 ick Win 2 acres adjTI1Y 00ViceRR 875 adjJ 97 Warren Ed 4 acres ndJ Dave If Staton S 00 e James Sr 19RcraadJ able QMHiurtrAjMlenjonMcCjarty l 1 jil= Opinions 1o- ftss 7 h i giyem If interested write fo for pricess rc i Potatoes E 1 Poultry Supplies v Onion Sets t j7J Incorporated McCarty French house and lot in Salt Xlck 715 Mansfield Jacob C 85 acres adj Wright and 3 D- 6Pergram MraMaryl2tSacres 283 Per gratn Wllllnin 2 acres adj 17Robinsonadj Oeo Ann McCartyjX 11 Ro berts Mrs R adJ LennderWulls aI tH vDJJOSpencerMariah i Sn 4edegorudJ n WShrout 1 90 OWINGSVILLE 6 Bell cresudjJohllFlemlng 205 18 acres i adj Lets Wlllininson wooks lIra Annie E 142acres i Thomas RelTctt 3 60 Burns O W bouao and lot In r c 45BallnrdMosenndhouse nun lot In Olympia I 10 vGeorgeadjJafe 90 Da VThomasbry C F 350 acres ad Cad 9761EmbryCad Ingrain 1215 Fortune 40 adj Ed Mar 100Frazor2BOGarlandThos Crubh liiHenderson Frnnklot inOlyn ri pin 60 v Henry Dan 22 acrei adj Tho T Hu MntJeremiahFoley Warren 215 Inckson Mary heirs 40 acres adj Thos Reffett 1 Jackron Culcnian16t InOIyiB- pia 380 Kn vThosCrubbneizid Mnry A 0 icresadj Me PlFrarsutnOIVaipIst JJO McKee Mrs Dixie lot in Ofr1 SBORicliufdsnna Swnrtr Jauies t inOIyhipIa 2 10 ruutMrs Mntthu J62 acres iarkwtnudjTboB ii8Keir 275 Sexton Maniiy 1 acre vailj alary 36 Thompson J B1 W II 40 acres adj Millie TappY 1282 owISVILINLCa idjMary 2 90 Jrpenter Emanuel 20 acres adj Harvy Carpi iiter 146 Hendrix Thus J150 acres adj Frank Hendrix 2638 Hunt William one horse l 110 tiu ttonLiobt28acresadj Ace 275 Moore Wini G 43 acres adj Lin Glover 8 15- Quleenlierry Ear JJ5 acres I ad Re jjMarshStephens Peter H 200 aCre adj RHLa 27 60 INGSV1IiLEN0 1 COLORED Sam 4 acres adjChaB 20Jackson s JCJnekson 305- Mltler LimuB lot la OwSngs 300MalloryTille 1904 233 same for 1905 Peters Juts lot in Offings ville 04i55 19O52 18 uth Taylor 1 acre edj cizaKelso 1 9 WhjtV Wash 90 acc adj i Pern Oakley 2 75 BEEIEL rown7LewtiTiou8eand lot in Bethel SETHBPTTS5BCL 4 t t JOB PBIMTIXS Remember that x OUTLOOK is prepared to eiheads noteheads billheads emeuits envelopes cards labels eipts nutations and all sorts business stationery on tha best k in tasteful styI at the most onabie prices Compare our with that turned out by any oSte and you will find It to advantage to have us do your k W 4phletsnedoatby a country job olHce e kayo on hand for eiheui any quantity blank deeds mortgages lease and other blanks AUCTIONEER y you want the services of an auo tloneer call on trie Terms reason n iEURUR H QUDQELt Oteav Ky 3