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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t i tIt Ml to K CrtC l iv c 7 11 r l V rii A rjL J J If i i J Jii t I Jtpinnillt 4hi J i I fY f I 1 u I VOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCT I 1908 NO t 2 J r The best corsets in the marke- for 48 and 99c at Mrs Estills Bring me our ggs Highest cash price naid for them at Mrs Estills uptodatlotMrs Estills Rev Ed Anderson will preach at Shrouts schoolhouse at ten7 oclock a m Sunday Pratt Jones of Virginia bought and shipped a carload f mature mules the past week For Sale Serviceable cannon idnvi at nearly the price of old j deIfentedSaturday afternoon by a score of 1C to G u I 4 W B Smith Democrat o speakhereI ator Thpmas H Paynter Satur day October 10 lJ The rear of the Masonic buildI newIbuilding is completed i JT R Ratliff Co Grange City Ky have a quantity of r boards and shingles for sale a low prices 104t g Mitchell wagons have stood th runItitfirstelassSouthlti as new prlcc i 10i4t H T HOPKINS f1 Get ready for your fall seeding l lb buying a Hoosier wheat drill an Deering disc harrow For r i sale by E L A T BYRON r7ii Of Estill Honaker have received dtio can now l without danger to animal tf v For firstclass hardware wagv ens and farming implements bar ness ipMll kinds woven fenceI KSitr A T i f 1I1O 1 ht 1flO irt heJ M Rtchart and wlll sell out the the Brother 8 Brothe ctindebted dry goods i SrrrLEI have sbld to T R Ratliff All to the firm of T R Rat 4requestedI lMt L S RATLIFF I cat Your choice w finer work Now is the time to get a photo of the f baby At new gallery over Broth er Brothers store 113t r TWENTY FOR25CYou can get photos 20 for 25 cents at the new exehangtxcrwork Photos to suit every Lbody At new photo gallery over iJi Brother Brothers store 11 t r ANOTHER AUTO IN TOWNW P Conner Son the livery men an automobile from Cin- 4c ilcinnati last Friday night ani be gap passengers to Pr ton and other points It seats four besides the shufiler This i terprise rt 1SCOSTLY RUNAWAY =While on the Mt Ster ling turnpike one day last week Charles Myers team ran oaway The wagon was smashed r Z and one of the mules got one of its broken Squire Mye- restimates s his damage at 225 t t CIRCUIT COURT The rr October term of Circuit Court Monday The docket is made up of old common law cases 41 new common law cases F 7 old equity 41 new equity 12 Commonwealth 58 One is for murder six felony 52 milde meanors a CONCERT There is a treat in store for the lovers of music next Friday night at the Courthouse when Mrs Flora Ragland Hill assisted by her pupils will giv x giftedvocalist t z place like this has an opportune ty to hear such a singer Mri horse on the Sharpsburg pike one 4daylast week gave a strong pull r lines to check the animals rather rapid trot and the line nrover e from the and fell susta- i4a n11 ing severe bruises The hors didnt run away but continued his swift gait until caught by some party further on r I 2 M f I J 4 tPERSONRev E E Holmes left fOl Maysville this week Judge James W Lane was in Cincinnati last week daughtetw ek Newton A Shrout returned Springsin 1Mrs Tanna Wharton of Mt Sterling came last week to visit Mrs H C Gudgell Mrs Henry Warren and Mis Lucy Bailey were callers at THE SaturdayI wife of night with Lee D Brother and wife D S Estill spent from Thurs niecefling SterIjMiss Jennie Elliott returned Monday from a visit of about six weeks in Carter county and Cat le tsburgYo3 TuesIat the University of Virginia at Charlottesville Mrs T II Brown and Miss May Daugherty went ThursdayI to visit Rev J M wife at Nicholasville Thos L Darnell and wife left Wednesday of last week to visit relatives at Falmouth and Brooks vile for two or more weeks AshIlandCampaignCommittee Mrs Geo E Tribou returned Sunday from Louisville accom panied by her daughter Alice who had been visiting near Step stone Among those at Lexington last week were Mrs E H Goodpas 4errArs A N Crooks Mrs Brother Miss Ellen Botts J VI Iaxey Lee D Brother left Sunday to take a position as the Cincinnati Suit Cloak forI He will travel in Virginia North and South Carolina- 6LEr1ANHbFFBIANbur and Mrs Albert Hoffman of Mt Sterling announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Louise Cas tleman to Robert L Coleman to take place in the Episcopal Church Nov 10 cha1Clement jailheretrial at Circuit Court on charge of ffSm buggyGeorge DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING G F Wycoff of Carlisle Democratic nominee for Presidential Electo- of the Ninth district spoke at the Courthouse Saturday after eon to a full house including many ladies His speech was highly pleasing to hishearers A LITTLE RAINThe drouth was strained but not broken by a rain that commenced before sev en and quit before eleven oclock Monday morning The principal benefit was laying the dust The temperature soon became so necessityfor Bro RACES At the Lexington races the 21000 Futurity will be run on October G the 5000 Futurity for 2yearolds will take place October 7 also the sensa tional 205 race between five ofthe greatest racers on the turf Tran sylvania October 8 the 2minute pacers October 15 THE DROUTH The drouth has reached such a stage that it i just a question of how long it can be endured Drinking and stock vanishingltance The washerwomen can hardly procure water for launder swayVegetation 1 now PROTRACTED MEETING CLOSED Elder J E Wilhoit held a pro 1 tracted meeting at Sees schools house last week closing Sunday night with six additions to the church Large crowds attended and good behavior was maintained throughout the meetings Elder Wilhoit is a Christian gentleman and an indefatigable worker in the moral vineyard fY i vfy yR l tl IjMRS ROBERT SHIELDS DEATH Mrs Lucy B Shields obert Shields died at her homeI on Flat Creek about 11 ocl a m Monday September 2O She weeksifended fatally The interment was made in the burial ground on the home farm about 230 oclock Sept 29 services being conduct ed CampbellDeceased coup ty fortyone years ago last Octo jbor She was the only child o Mrs Margaret Lewis who lies fathesr her was infancy She was married in young womanhood to Robert Shields and lived in happy union with him They had eleven children three being dead and eight living all at home The children- are Thomas B Miss John Ar nold Josie Margaret Wick Os car Lizzie Morgan Robert and the baby unnamed Mrs Shields was a most worthy lady esteemed and loved by her neighbors and a host of friends throughout the county Her de cease is a grievous aflliction her husband and children an all who know them feel the full est measure of sympathy for them in the loss of a loving and devotedwife and mother Phelpsli theIand both well known men MontIgomerysome quarreledAhome they stopped at the house of Mrs Wm North Woodards wife being there The quarrel was renewed and Woodard drew a pistol but which Phelps took from him and fired it the ball entering Woodards mouth and ranging downward Woodards wife seeing him fall exclaimed John you have killed riiy hus band Then without a word Phelps put the pistol to his head and sent a throucrh his Iiin Deaunvasin tantandoua Woodard is still alive TROTSiKENTUCKYS GREAT Commence at Lexington Ky on Tuesday Oct 6th and continue for two weeks Every day one or more of the historic stakes ofI Kentucky are raced and all the races are filled with the best horses from all sections of the YC3rlThereraces greatest meeting ever known Excursion rates ofone fare round trip will be in effect from all Ken tucky points The best horses races and music in the country are the attractions Remember the dates Oct 61G and attend SCHOOL OPENSGet your books your pencils your paper your ink and your tablets ready to enter school Monday October andrparents should see to it that their child or children be ready to start in the first day It is best for the teacher and child A word just here We hope every child of the school age who can will attend school this year its here for them and its the duty of every parent and guard ian to see that they are in school every day Music AT LEXINGTON TROTS Music has always been one of the great attractions of the Trots at Lexington Weber with his fa mous Prize Band of America will be at the Lexington Trots again this year and give daily concerts before the grand stand The We bandIAmerican public The meeting begins Oct 6 and lasts through the 16th One railroad fare for round trip- SSOLD LIQUOR AT SHARPSBURG Henry Wren and Pomp Smith Sharpsburg negroes were arrest ed by Deputy U S Marshal Sam Jackson and charged with illici- tselling of whisky They wver taken before Commissioner Woo at Mt Sterling and held for in Federal Court COLORED MAN HURTSam Young of color had a gash cu over his eye Friday morning b a colt he vas breaking in a cart running against a telephone poi and throwing him out Born Saturday Sept 26 to George A Peed and wife a ten- pound sonJohn D There was plenty of frost Tuesday and Wednesday mornings tc1ilr g If n Have You Tried the Pocket no For the fall and winter trade I have the largest and leSt stock I haye ever Chilled The celebrated Shield brand clothTng theI Selz and other good makes of shoes hats overcoats notions furnishing goods etc onefourtIh u goods at lessvprice than any store in this orany neighboring1 tovh Everything as represented at GILLONS in the Pocket Owingsville Ky PURE AND STRAIGHT BRED Bates ShortHornsI will at my farm H miles west of Owingsville on WEDNES DAY OCTOBER 14 1908 sell fifty BATES SHORTHORNS Lally8thhighpricde cattle of equal merit and breeding will not occur again soon Pres ton 40 miles east of Lexington on the C 0 R R is my station Sale begins at 12 oclock noon 113t A W BASCOM Owingsville Ky ICLARK STEELES DEATH Clark of heart trouble at 10I oclock a m Thursday Sept at the home of his daughter Mrs Joshua Fleming near Carlisle where he was visiting The body graveIyaroon jClarkago last March and Was rearedon upper Prickly Ash Hb was a son of Jacob Steele and hi first wife and full brother of Robt and Geo Steele and Mrs Enoch Burns all deceased His father married belitingMrsJr Hamilton deceased j andJiria Darnell of Flat P tr f4ell irc Miss Matu Moore daughter of Harlan Moore No children were born to them His second wife was Miss Ellen Daughertydaugh tel of John Daugherty of Prickly Ash She died 4 years agoChrist mas Their surviving children are Joshua of Sangamon county III Mrs Maria Fleming of near Carlisle William of White Oak Ash13ndhis early life He was also con stable for some years He later followed the trade of house car penter and was considered a good workman He was a man well liked and his death is by many friends ft mournedI have much sympathy in OBITUARY Under the saddest and most mysterious circum stances of this life John Hewitt a widelv known and one of Bath t countys best and most Eubstan e tial citizens died at his home near Bethel Sept 6 1908 He was sitting on the porch ly talking His pleasantI just returned from a dri noticed he looked cheerful He walked from there to his stock barn only a short dis tance away His wife soon fol lowed and in a few moments the Death Angel had visited their home He gently answered the call to be with his God The body was immediately placed un der the care of a neighbor funeral director Funeral services were heldat the home Tuesday Sept 8 con ducted by Rev Wm L Milne pastor of the Sharpsburg Presby terian Church Interment was made in Longview Cemetery inI the presence of a vast multitude of sympathizing friends The floral tributes were beautiful John Hewitt was a man of great simplicity ofcharacter was moral and strictly honest in any business in which hewas engag ed He was very conscientious- t and did many charitable acts acquaintanceII His wife two daughters and son strickIttheir comforter and may the seet away is only a transportation from earth to heaven where he can look upon the face of God THE RAILROAD Sept 22 1908Mr T H Brown Owings s f v ville KyDear Sir Since I last saw you we have been doing some solid work towards the suc alIas to which route will first or finally be built upon The spirit of hearty cooperation shown by community must not be overlooked I want to tell you that the cam enterprisehasbe expected in the present state of the country The writer has been at New York for the past particularlyIand more friendly The ml vr is practically placed with tr IVr are not to expect any r ri ijaHa hvwlver t until after tin election As soon as the pohiicians get through saving the country we shall return to New York and take up with our people their definite figuring for active construction We shall also be able to make system under their own suggestion much larger and more far reaching than we had dared hope for the immediate future In short the people pf Southeastern uponitactual railroad construction which will begin in the near future and when begun will be pushed with all vigor possible with men and money at command Very truly yours S W WINN Industrial Commissioner TEACHERS READING CIRCLE Reading Circle of Educational Division No2 met at Bethel Saturday Sept 19 for organiza adoptd A great interest was manifested by the presence of the teach enthuIWe passed the following reso lutionsWe as teachers of Educational Division No 2 of Bath county hereby pledge ourselves to do all in our power to make the Circle a rousing success and we believe that the teachers of this Com monwealth are greatly to blame for the educational standing of KentuckyAnd further pledge ourselves to do all in bur power to raise the schools of Kentucky and thereby lower the number of ill iteratesWe to have joint meetings- of the Circles before the schools are out and stamp upon the minds of the teachers of Bath county the importance of such meetin and make the Reading Circle perpetual feature of the school systemC S DALE Chairman ROBT NIXON Secretary LECTURE COURSE A commit tee of citizens have arranged for a course of four entertainments at the school chapel this winter that promises to be the best ever given here The course will be gin December 12th with one iyf season s respond promptly and liberally all will be well This is for the benefit of Owingsville refined and educational entertainments and not a moneymaking affair at all So give us your hearty cooperation and help to make it a success y fti Jt I it J JJ EUGENE MINIHAN J n MANUFACTURER OP i HighGrade HandMade Saddles and Harness 1 jrThey are the best made and the cheapest for they wear well and give satisfaction I handle all kmd of machinemade saddles andjharness and can save you money All mail orders given attention slrr Itampobit for ttLoTsost =tiaalsd1a2ia liamosc1 TTp 1 EUGENE ftnINDHAN 4EVcRYTHING FOR EVERYBODY New Club Shells box 40c Winchester Smokeless Shells box 55c 7csc 50CjKeg Half Soles pr 15 lOc Mirrors 100 95 50c Floor Oil Cloth yd 25c Granite Water Pails 48c Granite Dish Pans 48c gal Granite Covered Bucket 15c 1qt Granite Covered Bucket lOc Knives and Forks set 84 69 48e Capital Poultry Food 20c Lunch Boxes 10 8c 50C1Picture 20 for 25c poses 15 for 25c 25c per doz 1OWINGSVILLE RACKET STORE lOcjRim Shoe Polish 10 Table Glasses set Glass Dippers lOc Dust Pans 10 6e CurryCombs 12 10 EC Horse Brushes 25 lOc Lasts and Stand 36c Shoe Hammers r Bridle Bits lOc Granite Jelly Pans 1 Granite Pie Pans l c Tin Pie Pans B iJ Crepe Paper bolt 10 8ct6025cILanterns 48c Strap Hinges pair 10 5e Galvanized Tubs 70 65 55c Talcum Powder 19 15 10 5c Hatchets 40 tae Mens Hose 25 15 lOc Brown Cotton yd SJ 7J Bleached Cotton yd 14 61cJ12l0 7i f The Highest Cash Price Paid For Poultry and Eggs J R MAXEYSucctosHeflin ssor lFOR V1RGIW2A J Screened Linpnd Phit 1h Cannel fit COALaWrite ROSE RUN IRON CO Z OLYMPIAD KENTUCKY PHOTOCRAPHSt 1 Photos in Tints Black Brown Olive and India Tints SATSSFAGTBON GUARANTEED 4 8 PRICES w 4 3 poses Midgets 8 9 50c per doz Quarter Cabinets 100 per dozJHalf Cabinetsti175 per doz i Cabinets it 225 per dozen Cabinets 1 At New Photo Gallery over Brother Brothers sto- reRENTINGLAND d ON OCTOBER 12 1908 one oclock p m at the Courthouse door in Owingsville gsIy we will rent to the highest and best bidder from March SlateCreels j discretion of executors on day of renting 60 to 65 acres for Corn 4 65 acres of Meadow t 20 acres Wheat or Oats l 45 acres in Blue Grass r Also FORTY ACRES for CORN and FORTY ACRES for WHEAT or OATS at the Salt Lick farm MRS HM LEWIS J L1 McCOY 104t S C ALEXANDER BrinE Us Your Jolwrl a T iI r I i GOV HASKELL RESIGNS AS BRYANS TREASURER e f Outcome of Charges That He Was Connected wth Standard OilForaker Replying to Like Accusations Attacks Taft Roosevelt and Hearst I I IChIcgoCharIcs N Haskell govor nor Oklahoma has resigned the ftreuurcrahlp of the Democratic nation t al committee Ho announced his retirement from active participation In the Bryan cam palRn and hs withdrawal from charge J r Its money chests at 12 oclock FriIJ 1 tlQ nights after he had been threo liours In Chicago The resignation was forced Has kelTa colleagues on the committee as well as Candidate Dryan himself glv Sss the onlcis after seeing the Okla bema sovernor8 plight In the ava t laacbo of oil antilabor promotion autd other charges i When ho had handed out his rcslg a nation letter the governor with flash p k lag eyes declared t All thoee who have attacked met shall pay for It from President Roose jYettdown Ho has by his acts placed himself lu the position of a private I citizen Hasketls Letter of Resignation GOT Haskalls letter of resignation JcUowa 4 lion Norman 1 Mack Chairman Dem ocraUc National Committee Now York Cltr My Dear Sir In pursuance of In 4foeit1on as to your daze for return here home before I assumed I would find you hero upon my return to ibh day I now learn that you will be de I 1 tamed In the east until Tuesday and must be home on Monday I leave to rDDrrGWJthe president and his cabinet have 3 Joined forces with Mr Hearst and three 4 WjUlitreet brokers to make a personal Sight Kalnst me notwithstanding the ts vne3dent In his answer to Mr Dryan ka4ndoned Ma charge about Ohio Stand cases yet by all the means at the command of the government and the t nJUlons nf Hearst and his Wall street nlttea they persist In vicious unwar t t imtcd and untruthful attack on me l y I welcome their attack andI I V f F I 1t Charles N Haskell aeet with all the vigor at my I 154= mae5 r shall treat them all aa prl penaltiesIave aid L ft tap neichbors at homo for all proper fmmtthope for the election of Dryan and Xcru Honest government and rule by tim people Iat stake thebtn the Jut generation U the pendI tac contest 1 ould not for one moment consider 1Nnc In any way connected with tjm committee therefore hereby tender If f war roijtoatlon us treasurer of the Dem ocxatie national committee that not the dcntftlt contest of my pwn could In any torloudJ4FM bareth4i t Sincerely yours I IIASICILLcjIh2t Kansas City Mo President Roose wet ia the biggest tourflu her In the 9L ItcaI busineae today You ought j etobear what they think ot tM rascal I4owi la Oklahoma z TlMM were the closing words of p tetcrriev given out herd by Coy liar Ikrfl of Oklahoma as he stepped atnrd train on hit way to Chicago 1 1J The Rorerxibrs talk was called out byte charges made against him by I i7i Freddent Roosevelt and William R IIJi TJearst i Statement by Monnttt 4r4 CMmAM Ofl I charged Gov a1 Lt tet1esr N HaskeJl wrongfully It was Yji ecaB a Charles B Squlro gave mails t sama said Prank S Monnett former j attaraoy general of Ohio Mr Mon 4 1Iftt declared however that ho could t sot exonerate nov Haskell from the t charges that had been made that h 1 t i t was a party to the 500000 bribe fund 0 i ef 1 e Standard Gil Company nor ftr coBM be condemn him 2 All that I have against Gov Has t1p JEdI be said Is hearsay evidence L ahl1 have suggested that If the cast were presented to a grand jury ii 4 weald be shown whether Gov Haskell rr has been wrongfully accused PresidentiV The remarkable e t spectacle ofa presidential candidate J i retaUag the chief executive of the na Sj tton for making statements deemed to z Aa aajnstl fled was witnessed here p JjIleaWilliam J Bryan in a letter to president Roosevelt defended Gov s t4 4 German Money Well Expended la 1905 the sum of 27608000 was f expended by employers in Germany tot Ike direct aid of their employes P wasfr4 lTata1r2s and individuals Z Chteai V M C A Prosperous t Tte Yo Hg Mens Christian associa I tes et Chicago the second largest In tie world lisa a membership of overj 1M1 Mttalns 18 branches and owns p yyettr valued at 2022000 P r I Ir r t V r s J Haskell of Oklahoma treasurer of tho Democratic national committee against the charge that ho had unlawtful connections with tire Company Mr Bryan serves notice on the president that as the candidate of the Democratic party shall not perD any responsible member of the Republican o organization to misrepresent the Democratic party In tho present campaign l The letter concludes with the state mont that the Democratic party Is making an honest and honorable fight In defense of Its principles nnd policies and expects and will demand honorable treatment from those whore In cnargo of the Republican cam aignJWashlngtonPresident Rosoveltn following upon a prolonged conference with members of the cabinet at the White House prepared and gave out his reply to William J Bryan the Democratic candidate relative to W o R Hearsts charges that Gov Haskell treasurer qf the Democratic campaign f committee had represented Standard OH Interests both in Ohio and Okla homnMr Bryan had demanded proof of tho charges promising that in tho event of their substantiation Gov Has kell would be eliminated from the campaignDismissing the Ohio case which in volved an allegation of attempted bribery with the explanation that boI had made no direct charge against Gov Haskell as regards that particu lar Instance President Roosevelt takes up the matter of the Prairie State OH Gas Company and argues that Gov Haskells action In stopping legal proceedings begun by the attorney general of Oklahoma demonstrates conclusively that he was controlled by the great corporation to which the Oklahoma company was subsidiary Declares Haskell Unworthy After contrasting Mr Bryans de tense of Gov Haskell with Judge Tafts repudiation of Foraker In con nection with the Hearst charges against the Ohio senator tho president proceeds to declare that Gov Has keifs utter unfitness for association with any man anxious to appeal to the American people on a moral IssueI has been abundantly shown by other ofOllabpm1JTlie kells conduct In connection with van ous matters as disgraceful and scan dalous and calls special attention to what be describes as prostituting to base purposes the state university Haskell Makes Reply GuthrIe Okla Gov C N Haskell issued a statement In reply to Presi dent Roosevelts letter Jo William J Bryan dealing with four specific charges against Mr Haskell namely that he Is subservient to Standard Oil that be vetoed a child labor bill that he dealt extensively in Creek Indian lands and that he had allowed poll tics lo dominate him In the removal of members of the faculty of the state university and the appointment of others to succeed him Gov Haskell took up the four charges as dwelt upon by President Roosevelt In turn dealing with each in n characteristic manner Forakers Hot Reply Cincinnati Senator Forker pro pared a statement which was madp public Friday replying to the recent charges made by William R Hears and President Roosevelt In addition ho bitterly assails Hearst Taft and the president charging Taft with con sorting with Standard Oil magnates himself and declaring that President Roosevelts actions indicate a guilty conscience In the opening para graph Mr Foraker declared that the president showed bias In accepting as thatIem ployment from the Standard Oil Com panT said that there was no secret about It and produced letters to prove that after the government began Its attack upon the Standard Oil he declined to accept a retainer from them He charged that Mr Hearst had other letters In addition to those which he gave out and that these other let tera If made public at the same time would have shown hew harmless was his connection with tne Standard pea rIaI Hearst Hits Foraker Columbus O Senator J B For hereIof the Standard Oil Company Mr Hearst said that after the oil octopu had been driven from the Republican party by President Roosevelt the Democratic party had welwsied the rdoptedIMr Hearst read a series of letters from John D Archbold the Standard OH man to Senator Foraker In these communications Archbold gave In structlons to the senator In regard to what should be done In pending legls latlvo matters particularly ran to bllh affecting corporations and In two of the letters referred to Inclosures of Drove Ball Across Zambesi Falls When the British association paid Its visit to South Africa three or lout years ago tim eminent seismologist Prof John Mllno and the celebrated Cambridge pathologist Prof Sims Woodhead took club and balls to the Victoria Falls on the Zambesi river and there the man of earthquakes es tabllshed a noble record by being the first to drive the ball across falls representing n very excellent carry of 160 yards Lon don Standard f t t d- certificates of deposit one for JIG 000 and another for 14600 Mr Hearst also read affidavits from Monnett connecting tho namo of Gov Hnskoll of Oklahoma with the alleged effort to bribe him by Standard 011 men to drop his proceedings against the Charges by Hearst SL Louis William Randolph Hearst went after Senator J B For alter here stronger than In his Columbus speoch Mr Hearst first read n letter In winch It was said that a certificate of deposit for 50000 was Inclosed The letter purported to have been sent to Mr Foraker and to have been signed by John D Archbold Following this Mr Hearst read another letter saId to have been signed by Mr Archbold In which tho Standard OH man suggested to Mr Foraker regarding a bill Introduced In he United States senate by tho late Senator Jones of Arkansas The letters arc as follows 16 Uroadwuy New York Jan J7 1301 ear Senator Responding to your favor f the rstli It gives mo pleasure to hand you herewith certificate of deposit for J 0 In accordance with our understanding Your letter states tho conditions correct y and I trust tile transaction will bo suc cessfully consummated J D AItCtI OLD J II Foraker Washington U C Letter Regarding Legislation The second letter as read by Mr Hearst was as follows 36 Broadway New York Fh 55 My Dear Senator I venture to write you word re the bill Introduced by Senator ones of Arkansas known as S619 ended to amend the act to protect trade O1 commerce aganst unlawful restraints and monopolies etc Introduced by him December It really seems as If this bill Is un necessarily severe and oven vicious 11 It not much bettor to test tho application f the Sherman act before resorting to n measure of this kind I hope you will feel o about It and I will bo greatly pleased o have a word from you on the subject The bill Is I believe still In committee J D AUCHDOLD J D Forakcr Washington D At Columbus Mr Hearst read letters showing that Mr Foraker received checks from John D Archbold for about 30000 Mr Foraker saM he got the money that ho had worked for the Standard 011 Company but that his labors were not in the nature Influencing legislation Comes Back Again at Haskell Not only did Mr Hccrst reply to Soaator Foraker but ho devoted a portion of his speech to Gov C N Haskell of Oklahoma treasurer of the Democratic national committee whom he again charged with having served the Standard 011 Company- To the defense of Mr HankeR that another man of tho same surname was Involved Mr Hearst replied with af fidavits alleged to have been made by former Attorney Gsncral Monnett ol Ohio and Assistant Attorney General Dennett of that state in which the name C N Haskell distinctly ap pearsForaker Not Attorney pf Record Columbus O United States Sena tor J B Forakcr was mot an attorney of record in any pf the Standard Oil cases tried In Ihe Ohio courts accord PtesilwhlchITne first eases were filed In the at torney generals office In 1SS2 and wore carried along through various courts for more than 20 years Ac cording to the records in the attorney senerala office the attorneys of rec ord in 1899 and 1900 the dates of the cases against the Standard and Its subsidiary companies the attorneys who took part in the legal battles were M R Keith SC T Dodd and Joseph H Cboato of New York and Virgil P Kline of Cleveland 0 In a number of the earleq cases only Keith and Kline were the attorneys of record but later on when the fight became the thickest Choate and Dodd entered the case and their services wore given to the company until after the case was carried to the highest courts t Gen DuPont Resigns Now York Following many rumors on the subject which were afloat here and in Washington Chairman Hitch cock of the Republican national com mittee Friday night announced that Gen T Coleman DuPont of Delaware head of the bureau of campaign speak- erS of the national committee had re- sIgned as head of that bureau and also asa member of the executive commit teo of the national committee and that his resignation had been accepted Mr DuPonts letter of resignation Is as follows Hn Frank II Hitchcock Chairman Republican National Committee New York City My Dear Mr Hitchcock Re cently I hive noticed various criticisms of my being the director of the speakers bureau and a member of the executive committee on account of my relation to the K PuPont de Nemours Powder Company which Is being sued by the government The merits of that suit will be determined In the due course of judicial procedure I have always been n loyal supporter of the Republican party both In state and nation and I am not willing to be In any wise the means of bringing criticism upon the party organl zation however unfounded I may deem respectfully dlIpreciating the great courtesy which I have uniformly received at the hands of yourself and my other associates Yours very truly T C DUPONT From Sword to Plowshare Many of us make a great to do about too much armament etc ana yet the truth of the matter Is that we are literally boating our weapons of war Into plowshares and other use Instruments to help the farmer the builder Pond the housewife The government always uses the best steel In making cannon so that as soon as these weapons and out of date It can sell them to foundries At the foun dries the old cannon are broken and rcmeltcd after which they upI made into plows structural Iron roofing household tinware and dozen other things of a peaceful aI ture Philadelphia Record Chinese Trade Worth Having China Is very particular that the quality of the foreign goods It buys shall be fully up to sample but pays buyIas his bond Awful State lIere1 saw yoit going Into r saloon to day cIgarGeolCleveiaac Leader b 4y 4 J lli rf J i frr J f j ALL oTYLES IN COLLEGE STUDENTS II LIb s There will be wide variety In the styles In college boys this fall says the current Issue of a fashion journal The prevailing college student style how ever will show coats worn to the knees with five or six vents and cuffs to the elbows Cuffs will also be worn on the trousers the object being to expose the calf of the leg from the knee down affording cunning little peek at the garter Stripes wriggles and spots will constitute the modest patterns Green and pale lavender hats with trimming In the back and floppy brims turning up and down back and sideways will be popular to cover the collegiate cran urn TWO TOWNS IH DISTRESS COUDERAY WIS AND RUSH CITY MINN MAY BURN UP Both Places Ask Help In Fighting the FlamesCalifornia Forest Fire Under Control Coudcray WlsA terrible forest fire Is raging on the outskirts pf the town The frantic people arc packing their household goods and preparing to move out- Minneapolis has been asked to send an engine and appeals will be made to other towns Unless the wind dies down the town will be burned St Paul Minn Rush City Minn Is reported burping The St Paul fire department has been appealed to for aid and Friday night sent an en gine company and seven men to the burning city Rush Cltylsli4 miles north ot here on the Northern Paclfjc railroadEureka Cal The forest fire which has been raging in the northeastern part of Humboldt county hi reported W k control A rough estimate placeme burned area at 20000 acres It is Impossible to glVQ any exact estimate ot the loss but It Is believed that it will exceed 200000 Two men are known to have perished in the flames Washington A telegram was re ceived Thursday from Raymond W Pullman of the forest service who is in Minnesota investigating forest fire conditions for the government He estimates the loss in that state at J5000000 to 10000000 with the fires stilt burning He reports a heavy rainfall lasting five hours but says 36 hours of rain are necessary to put out all tires MANILA SADLY DISAPPOINTED Preparations for Entertaining Fleet All Are Wasted Manila The effect of Secretary or the Navy Metcalfs order that In view of the presence of choiera In Manila no shore leave was to bo granted or visitors from shore allowed on the battleships when the Atlantic fleet arrived has been largely die counted by the realization Thursday that it would be impossible to cleanse the city before the arrival of the fleet about October 1 People fully realize tho necessity of the situation but they are bitterly disappointed at the out combThousands of dollars have been spent in preparation for tire reception and entertainment of the officers and men The decorations have been prac tically completed A program elab orate and novel which represents four months work by 250 active commit teeinen had been arranged Drowned at Military Camp bt Joseph lJoThe first acciden tal death hi Camp Everett Peabody where 5000 regulars are encamped occurred Thursday when Private John U McCowl of Baltimore Md Troop M Fifth cavalry was drowned In Lake Contrary Ho drove his horse into the lake slipped from its back jnd started to swim The horse kicked him on the head and ho sank Bubonic Plague May Enter Country Washington That the gulf and At lantic coasts or the United Staes are In danger of an Infection of the bubonic plagie was the note of warn- Ing sounded iViday by Dr N K Fos ter of California before the delegates In attenclnii e upon the twentythird annuot meeting of the conference of state and provincial beards of health of North unction Ho expressed the belief that such an Infection already may lravt taken place Tho address of Dr Fosier who is president of the organization ctartlol the delegates Cars Crash in Fog 50 Injured Philadelphia Fog was responsible Wednesday for a headon collision between two trolley cars on the South western Traction Company llr j be tween this city and Chester In which about fifty persons wore injured scv aral probably fatally A cur leaving Philadelphia with workmen was upeed tag long the sirglf track with 72 men on board wren suddenly a car iomlnp from Chctfcr loomed up In the toif Before brakes could bo applied there was an nvTul crash Men wore aurled In every direction 4tl7 FRENCH NAVAL DISASTER Thirteen Men Killed by Explosion of Big Gun Toulon France During gunnery drill Tuesday one of the big turret guns on the French armored cruiser Latouche Trevillo exploded with ter rifle violence completely wrecking the after turret and killing outright the entire gun crow Of 13 men A num ber of men wore seriously Injured some of them probably fatally The accident was similar to that aboard the gunnery scboolshlp Cou ronno oCf Los Saline dllycres August 12 last when by the bursting of the brcccli of one of the guns six men were killed and 18 injured The drill Tuesday bad been proceed- Ing for a considerable time when with out warning the whole turret seemed to blow out Dismembered bodies were thrown in all directions aud sev eral of them wcro burled Into the sea through the great breach caused by the explosion The spectacle was horrible tho dead and wjaunded together with shattered arms find legs lltteHngthe decks A call ttf qtiartcrs5Tijscjtind2va J jtsi speedily as possible the Bounded were tbatexplodedwasiG carried two Happening so goon after the accident on the Couronne the ex plosion has caused a sensation in na val circles and doubtless will lead to a most rigid investigation The La touche Trcville carries a complement of 370 men YANKEE IS AGROUND Cruiser Caught on Spindle Rock Nc Buzzards Bay Newport R IThe United States cruiser Yankee struck on Spindle Rock near tho western entrance to Buzzards bay during G fog Wednes day breaking several holes In her hull on the port side She was still hard and fast Wednesday night Several tugs attempted to release tho cruiser In the afternoon but with out success and additional help was sent for The naval collier Lebanon a wrecking outfit and two tugs have been started from the New York navy yard to the Yankees assistance and the naval collier Nero which Is on her way to Boston will also bo asked to come to tho aid of tho Yankee Tho fog was still very thick In Buz zards bay at night but tho sea was smooth and the Yankee was apparently In no Immediate danger Frank Robinson Is Dead Cleveland OFrank Do Hans Rob Inson owner of the St Louis National League baseball team street car pro moter and capitalist died suddenly atIhis home Friday night Mr RobInson was born In Plttsburg but went to Dubuque la at an early ago A widow and daughter survive him Vanderbilt Divorce Made Absolute Now York Justice Gerard in the supreme court Thursday signed the final decree of absolute divorce InI favor of Elsie French Vanderbilt front Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt on thIrecommendation of Referee David Ma Clure The interlocutory decree wui granted on May 26- WellKnown Ranker Dead Philadelphia Tho death of Jamei W Paul banker and financier of tho firm of Drexel Co Philadelphia J P Morgan Co New York and Mor gan Harjes Company of Paris was reported hero Friday night from Hot Springs Va Mr Paul it was stated died of apoplexy Shah Orders New Elections Teheran The shah Friday issued a manifesto ordering new elections and calling for the convening of the assem bly and senate November 14 Terrific Typhoon In Philippines Manila A typhoon or terrific re portlOllpart of the Island of Samar northern Leyte southeastern Imzon northern Panay Masbate and part of Romblom The typhoon disappeared irr the China sea moving a direction west by northwes Wires aro prostrated and available details of the damage done are neager It is evident however IIwakeII MOUNTAIN FORESTS ABUffi FIRES FANNED BY STRONG WINDS ARE BEYOND CONTROL Ohio and Pennsylvania Suffering From Disease Epidemic as the Result of the Drought Utica N Y Sept 2The forest fires In the AdIrondacks fanned byr strong wind arc now beyond the con trol of the hundreds of men who ban been fighting them According to re ports received here large areas are being swept by tho flames and several small villages and camps are being wiped out Long Lako West a village of about 100 Inhabitants was burned and the damage resulting amounts to many thousand dollars The village contained about a dozen buildings the railroad station and S large storehouse which supplied tut camps for miles around The preserve of Dr Webb at Nc hasant was threatened Saturday and this city was appealed to for assist ance Fire Chief Sullvan and a force from the Utica department are now at No hasanc Communication was entirely cut off Sunday afternoon and the last mes sage said several camps and hamlets were seriously threatened and that the fires wero raging beyond all con trol not alone along the ground brush but high up in tho trees Plttsburg Sept 2SVith losses ag gregating several million dollars trom forest fires and heavy damages to crops and live stocks the reported less of a number of lives due to fight- Ing timber conflagrations the enforced idleness of thousands of workmen owing to the suspension of manufacturing establishments because of lack of water the health authorities antici pating a serious epidemic of con tagious diseases and many small streams dried up and practically obllt eatcd the drought of 1903 which has held Western Pennsylvania Eastern Ohio and West Virginia in Its grasp for more than two months remains unbroken each day gradually Increas- Ing the seriousness of the unprccedent- edsituationThree during tho excessive dry spell there have been very slight rains Aside from the millions of feet of timber destroyed and the dolly loss to manufacturers and formers probably the most serious phase of the situ alien is the threatened epidemic- A majority of the population of Western Vennsylvanla Eastern Ohio and West Virginia arc even now suf faring from throat affections caused by tho great accumulation of dust and the heavy clouds of smoke The health authorities have sounded warnings to the public to boll all water used for internal purposes and soy by doing this only con many deaths and much sickness be pre vented DRUNKEN MOB Fires Into Church Folk and Three Men Arc KlllcdtastorltiShot Jelllco Tcnn ept2Sono of lha bloodiest affairs in the history of East Tennessee occurred near the Tennes seeKentucky line north of Anthras Pcstofllce Sunday The scone was tho little Baptist church within CO yards of which a blind tiger has been open 4ted for months Just as the services had closed Sun day morning nnd nearly all the coil gregation had emerged from the church a crowd of drunken men who had visited the blind Uger bcsan fir- Ing Into the church people with pistcls John Bennett J W McKinney and Ed ward Thomas were shot down near the church steps and died almost Instant Iy streams of blood from the wounded bcdles flowing down tho steps of the little church The preacher a Rev King was shot and mortally wounded in tho church yard Another worshiper named Gib sen was also shot dawn In front ot the church but ho is not dangerously wounded The tragedy was nothing more than a drunken Iobs work Anthras Is live miles off a railroad and line no telephone connection Jelli o ofllcors could not learn the names of any ot the men Implicated in the shooting All of the dead and wounded men were men of families except Bennett Launch Struck Bridge Support Chicago Sept 8Seven men out of a party of eight were drowned In the Calumet river at Ono Hundred and Twentysixth street South ChI- cago Sunday night when the pleasure launch Lemon struck one of tho sup ports ofa railroad bridge and sank with all on board Tap owner of the boat succeeded In swimming to the shore Albert Westgren the only man saved was taken In custody by the police Ho said the only one of the drowned men he knew was John Frick his brotherinlaw The launch had been plying up and down the river In the stonu Five Persons Blown To Pieces Scranton Pa Sept 285ireeAmericans and two Italians were blown to pieces In an explosion of dy naralto while working at Cress Keys cut nlcng Iho Delaware Lnckawanna Western railroad near Tobyhauna Stopped the Shows Memphis Tenn Sept 28 Sunday amusements received a jolt Sunday night when the managers of the Or phcum and Casino theaters whllo attempting to glve performances were arrested and posted forfeits DOwnedLaunCttton British Shill Loch Iinlas from Port PIrie South Australia for Callao wasIwrecked off Foster Island Sunday morning and 20 of the crew of 24 were drownrd The ether four mtn wer picked up by a passing steamer Bullion From Mexico Eagle Pass Tex Sept 28Fifty car loads of copper bullion and 12 carloads of silver bullion entered the United States through this customs port Sunday from Mexico and were forwarded by fast freight to New York f J l v 4 MANY DIE IN WRECK HORRIBLE COLLISION OCCURS ON NORTHERN PACIFIC p SMOKING CAR TELESCOPED Between Thirty and Forty Passengers Killed and Injured Bodies of the Victims Shockingly Mangled Butte Mont Nineteen persons jseveralor less hurt in a collision between passenger train No 16 known as the eastbound Burlington flyer and a westbound freight train at 810 oclock Friday morning at a siding known as Youngs Polnt about 30 miles west of Billings on the Northern pPacific railroad Tho passenger running about 50 miles an hour crashed Into the freIghtjjust entering on the siding during a blinding snowstorm the engineer of r tho passenger falling to see tho sIgnalI ltraInSmoker IB TelescopeiTho express car telescoped With t116 smoker and a majority of the fatalities and Injuries were in this car The express car was raised over the plat t form of the smoker the superstructure sweeping the seats and not a passen ger in this car escaped death or in jury The other passengers escaped Awith cuts and bruises On the train was the Spokane dele 1 gation to tbe National Irrigation congress at Albuquerque None of these was Injured Fireman bra Babcock jumped antI was killed striking on his heads Mlfo I Hhlloway a brakeman of the Billings train was killed The scenes around the smoker wero horrible heads bodies legs and arms being Interwoven with broken seats and equip mont fn one place seven bodies were so tightly wedged together that they were only separated with difficulty It was almost impossible to succor the Injured without trampling on the dead Partial List of the Dead A partial list of the dead follows Col Benson of Utah John Cawlan Billings Mont Lon Anderson Hardy Mont Lorrenz A Stewart Dean Mont II C GomWe Mlnlston To E L Eymock Denver Col D H Dunes Seattle Wash G 1C Kon sick Anaconda Mont Ora Babcockt e chC9SpringsDenver Cot district passenger agent Nickel Plate railway George Battle rock Anaconda Mont John Ryan Gushing Okla Milo Halloway Bill Ings Mont Slchemram address unknown two unidentified coal kminers en route from Anaconda r J Mont to Kirby Wyo ABE RAYMER IS ACQUITTED 2 Verdict of N6T tfufty tfFIf IPtiir1Ifield Riot Y f t 54GtJtpD rcess At nine oclock the Jury T fhmerJury filed Into court As soon as the verdict was announced he grasped the hand of each juror anti made a speech thanking them As this Is the first of the riot cases Involving a total of 117 Indictments returned by the grand jury It 1s con sldercd quite significant It was proved that Raymer was a member of the mob and the court held that npy member of the mob was guilty in the eyes of the law but the jury acted on the lack of evidence to prove that Raymer actually had a hand In the lynching WASHINGTON LIFE IS SOLD tPittsburg Syndicate Geta JMortpns Oldlnsurance Com pan yi New YorkThe control oT the Washington Life Insurance CiAiipany Thursday passed from the hands of I Levi P Morton Thomas F Ryan and Harry Payno Whitney to a Pitthburfsyndicate headed by William CBaldIwin president of the Pittsburg LIfefand Trust Company The deal was completed Jate Thurs jday afternoon and Mr Baldwin was a elected president of the Washington Life Insurance Company to succeed John Tatlbck In retiring from the Washington Life former Gov Morton severs a connection with thQ corn pany which has continued for almost 50 years he having been one of the charter members of the company bn of tho oldest In the country 11Steamer Erik Hits Iceberg tISt JohnsN FWith her hull darn V aged by collision with an Iceberg the steamer Erik which acc mpanicdthe Peary expedition to the north Is re 1JtJHrdnmagoall above the waterline tl Funeral of Lieut Selfrldge fi WashingtonTbo funeral of Lieut Selfrldge who was killed In the fall of the Wright aeroplane at Fort Myer a few days ago was held at Arlington National cemetery Friday The Epls copal burial rite was observed at the crave and troopers from the fort fired a salute I Widow of Gen Bragg Wee i New Orleans Mrs Eliza Dragtwidow of Maj Gen Braxton Bragg of1 the confederate army died In this city late Friday afternoon Brave Seaman Is Commended Washington The secretary of the Ei navy Iran personally commended H Legrand machinists mate on tho United States navy tug Nina for his prompt action and gallant conduct In going to the rescue of M 1 Shane seaman who was in danger of burnlnjr to death Legrand was burned AntiCigarette Ly Upheld Olympia WashTho supreme court has upheld the state law prohiblUae Vthe salem of cigarettes anl rigarHta q papers if ri iti li iiJ t t 7 i J L l Qrv t rfr t b l i l i T Rr 2lSHlEYl ii SYNOPSIS i Dudley arrival In San Francisco In join ftCflI and distant relative Henry TVUton whom ho was to I1S8l ann Important and mysterious tail vo accompanied Dudley on the 4lerry boat trip into the city Tim re pmaricpblo resemblance of the two men a and commented on by pass en lers cn tho ferry They see a man with z v moko eyes which vend A thrill through s Dudle Wilton postpone an explanation I 3t the rtrango errand Dudley la to per form but occurrences causo him to now It Is one of no ordinary meanIng- Wilton leaves Giles In their room with rflstrUction to await his return Hardly than Giles Is startled by a ry of Help Dudley Is summoned to- P the morgue and there finds the dead t boaT of his friend Wilton And I lur explainingtop perform In tSan Francisco In order to 1sover tub crct minIon his friend had i intrusted to him Dudley continues his 1 HsoilM and permits himself to be hnovrn is henry Dudley mlstaiin tort Wilton in by Knarp to anslst t tn a stock brokerage des Giles Dudley i Unda himself closetei In a room with c Uother notion who makes a confidant sf him He can tam nothing about the mysterious boy further than that It Is rim Terrlll and Darby Meeker who are ifter him lit Is told that Dicky Nahl a traitor playing both hands In the rune Dud y gets his first knowledge of Decker wo Is Knapps enemy on the Board DuJicy visits the homo of Knapp ind Is stricken by the beauty of Iuclla his Uughter Ha Is provided with tour guards Brpwn Barkhousc Fttzhugh and Porter lie learns there Is to bo no trouble about thlOSlUchmond The body of Henry Wilton a committed to the vault Dudley ret ponda to a note and visits Mother Bon ten In company with Policeman Corson ailos again visits the Knapp lomci He Is fascinated by Luella nnd forcd by Mrs Jowser Slumming tour through ChInatown Is planned trip to Chinatown Giles Dudley learns that the party Is being shadowed by Terrill dumbfounded when she and Dudley see her father coming from an plum den Luella and Dudley are cut off from the rest of the prt and Imprison Id In a hallway behnd an lronbound 3oor Thru Chinese ruffians approach the couple A battle ensues One II knockeddown Gilesbegins firing Tim rerrtll Is seen In the mob A newly form hi mob la checked by shots from Giles vilver Policeman Corson breaks down th door with an ax and the couple ts reaeued Luella thanks Giles Dudley for her Ute appears at the previouspI CHAPTER XDJ Contlnued At this Eppner gave a blast like a eoraet and waving his arms fran t Ucally plunged Into a smallsized riot I 11a4entrusted him with 5000 shares of Crown and Diamond to be sold for the Jest price possible and bo was feeding the oppoation judiciously the prtco waverfid for a mdment but- allied and reachcu 66 PI At this I signaled to Wallbrldgo 1 vind with another hallow ho started 3ihiB opposition dot on the other side roftJ1e room Irom Eppner and fed proven ntamond in lumps to tho howl fTc rCca Cf ttie DccAC combination s Mjja battle wan ragicgJuriously rI There was i final rally of the DockS J rfb satdth call closed with Crown Diamond at 631 bad sold 12 6OghaFeg r I was pleated at tho result Dodd ridge Knap had Intrusted me with the bares tUh the remark xl paid 59 reuf und theyre not worth a tinkers darJ I got an inside look at the mine wien I was In Virginia City Peed Dcckl r all hell take at 60 Hes bera fooled on tho thing and I reckon hell buy a jood lot of them at that I bad cold Doddridge Knapps eri tJteatof the slock at an average qVer 65 ltd Netted him a Profit ofI f15 a sbaiv and had for a second p Uose seryid the plan of campaign 4iraiag the enemys resources to the defense o Crqwn Diamond and weak I ealag by so much his power of op orating elsewhere By tho time Omega was reached 1 4 had the plans full in hand 9 r Tb Icattlt on5CroWn diamondBa- dcai jerrous fcellag ill along the line ud ander rumors of a bear raid- there liji been a drop of several poiBtes p Omega felt the result of the ncrv oaeaess ud depression and opened atTS Tbere Was a moments buzzthe quiet ra crowd expectant of great chargedIa roar I not distinguish his words but I i Jcaew that he was carrying out my order to drop iBOOO shares on the market At tslt7there was an answering roar asd the scene upon the floor tlmUllft a irlpt How the market was gelag I could only guess At jWallbridgea onset I Saw LatUmer I 1 alEpu fter maW a dIVe for him ani 5 kea 88 rate following other shout ra Bcr amIng madmen who plrouttol abeitv tye floor and tried to save 4 theaise s from a mobbing I heard I 70 ahoiicd from Use direction but l cou44atkmkeotfl whether It set tho prieeot the stock or notThe din WitS too confusing for mo to follow the c rae of eve sAtJaet Walibridge staggered up to the Tail flushed collarless and pant I t jag for breath with his hat a hope s leaweck rslddo1Vnto 71 averaging 73 I guess and shefr ptytos Jn fit to break f the floor he gasped yourcl They got about 3000 of it Rosen fiffip got the test l lremembered Roscnhem as the1 agent of Decker and sighed But Lat r Stir and Eppner were busy and I had topes askeditC tmeditated an instant whether to t use my authority W throw another St5GOO ehares on the mak tDut I caHght sight of Decker ovppsite pale IOP6if and though Us face changed not a 7cJ1 felt by a mystennuiB instinct Uut it broucht assmanco of tho aid he eoaght s pay every share yo angetU 1 thewarjfs4 i ir t H nI J4 r cl 1 J J I 0 N tI A moment later tho clamor grew ouder and tho excitement Increased I heard shouts of 75 78 SO and Sr Dockers men had entered Into the bidding with energy Tho sinews of war had been recruited and it was i tattlo for tho possession of every block of stock Thus far I had followed tloscly the plan laid down for mo by Doddridge Knapp and tho courso of tbo market had agreed with tho outlines of lila prophecy But now It was going up faster than ho bad expected Yet I could do nothing but buy I dared not set bounds to tho bidding I could only grip the railing and wait for the end of the call At last it came and Omega one hundred and five and threequarters was tho closing quotation I feverish ly took tho totals of my purchases from tho brokers and gavo the checks to bind them Then I hastily made my way through the excited throngs that blocked tho entrance to the Ex change brought thither by tho ex citing news of a boom In Omega and hurried to the office Doddrldgo Knapp had not yet come rNDiEP T Pl2E72YbfSZ and I consumed myself with impa for ten minutes till I heard his key in thQ lock and he entered with a calm smile on his face I gavo him my memoranda and tried to read his taco as ho studied them You illd a goodjob with Crown Din mond ho grunted approving Thanks I returned I thought it wasnt bad for a stock that was not worth mentioning And hero Is 7600 shares of Omega bought and 6000 sold That scheme worked pret ty well We made 2600 by it Urn tho price went up protty fast The King of the Street looked sour ly at the figures before him You ought to have got more stock ho growledThis was a shock to my self n gratulation over my success and I gave an inquiring Yes As I figure it out he said somebody else got 7000 shares and odd There wero over 15000 shares sold ourDoard I murmured that I had done my best Yes yes I suppose so said my employer But wo need more How much I asked Ive got a little over 8000 shares1 ho said slowly and I must have near 60000 It looks as though Id have to fight for thorn Well Decker isnt any better oft than you I said consolingly Hos ten or fifteen thousand shares worso ort than I itn And hes put n fortune Into Crown Diamond and 14 pretty well loadod wIth Confidence True my boy And so I argued ho must ho nearer the bottom of his sack than you are Very good Wilton saId the King of the with a quizzical look But youve left one thing out You dont happen to know that tho direc tors of tho HI Dorado Bank had a secret meeting last night and decided to back Decker for all they are worthRather a rash proceeding I sug gested ofIon they thought the tail might as well follow the hide explained my employer The only to do then is to get a bank yourself I returned Doddrldgo Knapps lips closed aid- a saidIXoll trace of a frown was on his brows t Li i ItI r St t l O f j J tinned Aivl ho gavo directions for the buying at the afternoon session Now not over 125 was lila part Ing Injunction You may not pet much I dont think you will though I have a scheme that may bring arc action Doddridgc Knnpps scheme for a reaction must have been one of the kind that goes off backward for Omega jumped skyward on tho afternoon call and closed at 130 And I had been able to get a scant lGOO shares when time call was over I did hotter than you said Dodd rldgo Knapp when I explained to him tho course of the session I found a nest of 2500 and gathered them In at 120 But thats all right Youve done well enoughas well as I expected Anti still 8000 to get I said well get them In duo time I BuppoBC I said cheerfully Well have em by Monday noo or wo wont have em at all growled Doddrldgo Knapp Hows that You seem to have forgotten young man that the stock transfer books of tho Omega Company close on Monday at 2 oclock ho said as tho door closed behind him As I hall never heard this Interest ing piece of information before I could not in strictness bo said to have forgotten it CHAPTER XX Making Progress You really dont mean it said Lu ella severely and its very wrong to say what you dont mean In society I asked blandly Im afraid youre a heretic Miss Knapp But were not in society not Just now that is to say Were just friends QP hence Street thing Iwhatof pleasing my vanity Well if were just friends talking together said I looking up in her taco I was seated on the footstool before her and it was very charming to look at her face so I stopped at thatSYes said Luella bending forward In her interest Before I could reply Mrs Knapps voice wan In my car and Mrs Knapps figure was in the archway of the al coveOh you are here she said I thought I heard your voices Luella your father wants to see you a mIn- ute And how do you do Mr Wil tonI greeted Mrs Knapp cordially delayedherafter Luella I want to thank you for your hero ism the other evening she said Fine Clothes and Brave Hearts a Meat Effective Combination One is sorry for the dandles of our day because though their clothes fit cv g so well and aro over so fresh custom prescribes a dark or subfusk hue and no lace no velvet abdvo all not on coat collars no slashes puff and vandyklngs no pearls and gold no gules and nzureThe common trousers are shapeless things and rot everydaychecked and though you may wear brilliant hose with fcalckcrbockers In the country glorious waistcoats are rarely seen except In ibo windows of tailors shops at Oxford and Cam bridge The dandy can only cultivate Immaculate neatness and perfection o fit Our officers at Ladysmlth when the place was relieved looked lute skeletons but were as spruce and neat I have been told as ever they showed In the park They ultlvated selfrespect like Stendhal the edo brate novelist who was said to have been the only man that thavcd everyday ia the dreadful winter retreat iLIWiJ i Oh It was nothing I aucwared lightly Vny ono would have done thesumePerbaplbllt nono the less we are all very grateful If I had only sus pectod that anything of tIme kind could have happened I should never have al towed them to go I felt rebelliously glad that she had not suspected I blame myself for It all I bowed It was very careless of me Im afraid so alter all tho warning you have had said Mrs Knapp nut as It turned out no harm was done I said cheerfully- I suppose so said Mrs Knapp absently Then sho spoke with sudden attention Do you think your one mica followed you there I was taken aback with tho vision of tho Wolf figure In tho grimy pass age a fiend In the Intoxication of opi urn and stammered for a reply My snakeeyed friend made himself a Ilttlo familiar Im afraid I ad mittedIt Is dreadful that these dangers should follow you everywhere said Mrs Knapp with feeling You must be carefulieyes of my head I said smiling at her concern I fear you need moro than thatNow tell me how It nil happened Just as you saw It Im afraid Lulla was a Hltln too hysterical to plvp a true account or It I gave her the story of tIle scene In ho passage with a few judclona jmandatlons I thought It hirdly vorth while to mention DoMIdgo tCnapps appearance or a r i other terns that were more pretoii to mo than to anybody else When I had done Mrs Knv sighed There must be an end o this somo day sho said- I hopo tho day Isnt far oft I con essed unless It should happen to be tho day the coroner Is called on to take a particular Interest In my person Mrs Knapp shuddered Oh no nonot that way Then after a pause sho continued Would you not rather attack your langcrs at once and have them over han to wait tor them to seek you 1 felt n trifle uneasy at this speech There seemed to be a suggestion in It hat I could end tho whole matter by Marching on my enemies and coming 0 decisive hattlei wished I knew vhat she was hinting at and how it vas to be done before I answered- I havent felt any particular dls osltlon to hunt them up I confessed but if I could cut oft all tho heads of ho hydra at onco it would be worth vhllc Anything for peace and quiet ou know Mrs Knapp smiled Well thoro is no use challenging our fate There is ho need for you o act unless the boy is in danger Oh no none at all I replied un blushinglyAnd hope that he will be kept safe until tho danger has passed I hoped so devoutly and sald at much After n few more words I took advantage of the lull to excuse mysell and make a dive inlp the next worn where I espied Luella Yes you may sit down here1 she said carelessly I want to be amused I was not at all certain that I was flattered to he considered amusing but I was willing to stay on any terms so wo fell Into animated conversation on nothing and everything In the midst of this entertaining situation I discovered that Mrs Knapp was watching us and her face showed no easy state of mind As I caught her eyo she moved away and a minute later Mr Carter appeared with Excuse me Miss Knapp but your mother would lIkq to see you She and my wife havo some conspiracy on handI was pleased to seo that Luella did not take tho Interruption grateful ly but she surrendered her place to Mr Carter who talked about the weather with a fertility of commonplaces that excited my admiration But as even the weather has Its limits as a subject of interest and the hour grew lato I suppressed a yawn and sought the ladles to take my leave Oh must you got said Luella ris ing And leaving Mrs Carter to her mother she walked with me to the ball as though sho would speak with mcDutonce more alone with only the hum of voices from tho receptlonroom as company she fell silent and I could think of nothing to say Its very good of you to come she said hesitatingly- My mind went back to that other evening when I had left tho door in humiliation and bitterness of spirit Perhaps she too was thinking of the time TO BE CONTINUED A Word for the Dandiesfrom Moscow This is tho dandyism which wo admire the perfection oi personal selfrespect exhibited in Jul tus Caesar Claverhouso and Montroso combing his lovelocks like the Three Hundred of Thermopylae on the morn Ing of his shameful death Ho went to the gibbet like a bridegroom to hli bride History and the human heart by which wo live havo an Im mortal tenderness for the great the vise tho brave who havo died dan tiles as they lived gallant hearts and stately gentlemen Century Maga zinc Lost In the Telephone Henry Abraham has calculated tin maximum effectiveness of the tele pone for a sound of given pitch and i current of measured intensity Tin result shows that there Is great roozx for improvement in this respect Notwithstanding tho apparent extreme sensitiveness of the best telephones they are after all surprisingly tact fectlve sInce they transmit to the eSI in the form of soundwaves less that a thousandth part of the tntryrt celveii from the line f JENNYLINDS FLAG SALUTE Tribute by the Greatest Singer of Her Day to the Star Spangled Banner Fifty years ago when Jenny Lied was singing in New York the Amen ran frigate St Lawrence returning from a cruise abroad came Into tho harbor Tho young midshipmen on he first night of their shoro leave went to hear tho famous singer The next day tho boys to express the emotions that her wonderful voice had stirred In them called on hor Inn body They hardly expected that sho would receive them but she did and she was so charmed by their vouthfulncss and Ingenuousness that when they timorously asked her if she would like to see their ship sho ac cepted the Invitation Then growing bolder they asked her to luncheon and she accepted that Invitation too When on the appointed day sho came on board with her companion the captain saw her from his cabin anti recognized her There Is nothing more strict than he courtesy observed in ship etiquette among officers of all ranks Of the three messes the captains table the wardroom and the steerage mess whore tho midshipmen ateno officer from captain down would irako him self one of a company at another mess unless especially bidden In this case the captain rang the bell for tho orderly Tell tho gentlemen of tho steerage mess be said that the captain is going ashore and that his cabin is at their disposal If they care to uso It The luncheon however was eaten in tho steerage But after tho pleasant meal was over the boys proudly Invited their guest Into the captains cabin where they took their coffee Ask her to sing something whispered time paymasters clerk Ill thrash you If you dare re turned one of the midshipmen under his breath The wardroom officers had guests too They brought up guitars and sat on the poopdeck above singing The Suwanee River and other popular songsHow pretty cried Jenny Lind with enthusiasm clapping When at last she was leaving she paused on the step between the carved sides of the gangway Looking up at the floating Stars and Stripes she saidI wish to salute her Has Uncovering her head anti holding her bat In her hand sIlo began to sing The Star Spangled Banner As she sang the first verse every officer and every man came silently on lock When she had sung the song to the end deafening cheers rang out from the St Lawrence and were taken up by every ship near by for all had been listening Steamers blew their whistles and every man within reach of that thrill ing voice knew that he had heard one of the most inspiring songs in the world sung as he would probably never hear it sung again Thrifty Parisians August Is a busy month at the mont do plate as the French government pawnbroking establishment js called Its coffers are crowded with jewelry silver plato and all sorts of valuables This is not due to a wave of Impecuni oslty but merely to the fact that Pa risians leave for the seaside or the mountains and they have found that it costs less to have their valuables under the protection of the state pawn broker in return for a small loan than to place them in n safety deposit vault Immense Lobster Captured Ono of the largest lobsters taken In Maine waters In recent years was caught near BIddeford pool a short time ago It weighed 11 pounds As compared with the lobsters usually seen this was a giant Harry B Ayer register of probate in York county drew the prize while hauling traps Mr Ayer will have the specimen setup Various estimates as to thoprobable age of this veteran were given by fishermen and others around the pool One gave it as his opinion that the lobster was from 40 to 50 years old Convicts Work on Farms Orderly and wellbehaved convicts are now being employed as agricultu ral laborers In Austria owing to the lack of farm hands The prisoners are much pleased with the work and their employment Is an incentive to ohers to behave well In prison The Honest Man Nearly every man in the crowd Iccka as If he were trying not to blush with modesty when some one observes that an honest man In tho noblest work of GodOhlo Sfata Journal MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Sept 26 CATTLEExtra 1 75 tiJ 4 83 CALVES Extra 8 00 HOGS Choice 735 Gt 7 50 SHEEPExtra ti 3 7- 5Iit1ilBSSpring 5 S5 C 00 FLOUR Spring pat 5 35fr 10 WHEAT No 2 red 1 04CP 1 03 SlyOATSNo2RYE No 2 choice 78 79 HAY Ch timothy 13 00 13 fO BUTTER Dairy eo 1C GGSler doe 22 APPLES Choice 2 00 3 00 POTATOES Per bu 75 85 TOBACCO Burley 9 SO 19 25 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 39 CORN No 2 mixed 78 7S M 4SiPORKLARD Prime 10 17 SEW YOIII FLO UK Win patent 4 23 4 40 WHEAT No 2 red 1 07 4 1 08 CORNNo 2 mixed 87 OATSNo 2 mixed 52 PORK Prime mess 17 25 tljl7 75 IARD Steam 10 50 1060D- ALTIMOUT WHEAT No 2 red 1 02 CORNNo2 mixed g 831 OATS No 2 mixed p 53- mtnaviux WHEAT No 2 red l02 CORNNo 2 mixed 84A OATS No 2 mixed 5- 41rAYCh timothy 112 00 12 SO HOGSExtra 6 15 7 15 IARD Steam S Ot INDIA AJUIJS CATTLE Prime 5 75 7 00 HOGS Kxtra 7 00 7 60 SHEEPExtra 4 00 4 25 J J lctJ f frSf 1 fil 1 IiljIentuciy GleaningsIL Most Important News Gathered From All of the State PartsI LICENSE FOR BUT ONE SALOON Court of Appeals Upholds Lower Tri bunal In Campbell County Case Frankfort Ky Judge Hobscn wrote an opinion of the court of appeals in a case of George R Huber against the commonwealth appealed from tho Campbell circuit court Tho Judgment of the lower court Is affirmed holding that tO barrooms in different build lugs can not be conducted on ono li cense Hubcr hall secured license to con duct a saloon In Newport In the house In which he lived nnd bo rented n building across from his place ot busi ness and residence and used it for a bar and pool room He was indicted ror conducting a saloon without li cense and fined The indictment was brought under Section 4198 and the court of appeals upholds the line POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS Ate Favored By tho Kentucky Presi dential Postmasters Association Lexington KyTho convention of Kentucky Presidential Postmasters association closed with the election of the following officers President FS M Fisher Pnducah first vice presi dent A M Hughes Louisa second vice president L F Pelty Shclbyvllle secretary George L Barnes Frank fort treasurer George Hutchinson Lawrenceburg The convention rec ommended the enactment of proposed laws providing for the establishment of postil savings banks and rural par cel post delivery Action Dismissed Louisville Ky Because ot lack ot prcof action against the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad for al leged violation of tho 2ffbonr stock law was dismissed in federal court United States District Attorney George Du Relic who made the motion to dismiss declared that tho charges had been brought under a misapprehen sion City Council Indicted Frankfort KyTho city council was indicted for permitting water to stag nate in the gullies of the streets Tho condltirn of tile feebleminded InstI- tute under the management of the new bipartisan board of control and the new superintendent were harshly criticised The place is so filthy the grand jury says that tfie childrens health is in danger Political Battle Being Waged Big Creek KyA warm political battle is being waged in the 27th judi club district for circuit judge Faulkner the present judge and Lewis commonwealths attorney are the candidates The primary is set for Do comber ltand it Is genaralljt conceded that Faulkner will be defeated Lexington Gets Next Meeting Hopklnsvllle KyThe 6Sth annual convention of the Kentucky Christian Missionary association adjourned after a four days session which for ninny reasons is the most notable in the his tory of the organization The next meeting will be held In Lexington No Water at Lakeland Frankfort KyThe drought has he come feo severe at the Lakeland asylum for the Insane that Inmates have been put on an allowance Tho rosen voir Is so low that the management of the Institution fears it will go dry An artesian well has been begun Winter Campaign Planned For Troops Hopklnsvllle KyThe troops now on duty in this part of the state are being supplied with winter uniforms nnd camp equipment and it Is under stood thcrv Is no Intention upon the part of the military authorities with draw them any time soon Six Mountaineers Arrested CovIngton ky Deputy United States Marshal A B Patrick establish ed a record when he arrested six mountaineers singlehanded The ar rcsto were made at Wcst Liberty Mor san county Ky on charges cf selling liquor illegally Suffering Is Finally EndedILculoville Ky When rcln began Sunday midnight on tho recta and streets everybody got out cf bed and put bands out uf windows to sec if II was real This is the first relief the suffering city and state have had in over a month Farmers Rejoicing Owensboro iCyThe drought In the Green river district has beeu broken Rain has been falling in this section for 12 hours This is tho second rain fall in three months The rain will rcean thousands cf dollars gain to the j farmers of Davicss county Tom Cockrill Feudist Killed Louisville KyToni Cockrill ta IDOUS Kentucky mountain feudist of Breathltt county while walking along the railroad tracks wan run down end Killed by a train at Thirtieth and St Xavier streets New Light Company Louisville Ky Under the leader ship of Charles Albus a local druggist the East End Electric Lighting Co was formed here It will supply light and power te the eastern portion of the cltj Sentence Commuted Frankfort KyHov Willson com muted the sentence of David W Lewis of Louisville given three distinct sentences aggregating 20 years for steal lug carpenters tools in nil amounting to less than 100 to terminate October 1 Lewis has served 10 years Capt King To Direct Tournament Louisville KyCapt IL I Kiai II S A will take charge of the plans fr the First regiment military tours awent next Week He will perfect the local regiment so that it will be in fine trim for the maneuvers 4 000 a i j RECORD DOCKET Of Moonshine Cases in Federal Court at Frankfort Frankfort Ky Air records for large criminal dockets In the federal court hero will be broken when the docket of that court Is called There are 101 ptlens 5VS legging and moonshiningSThe accused como from Breathltt Lee Owsley Pulaski Harlan Pike 1 Rowan other t 1An4fendantson account of the dull times and had to sell whisky to make a living There are a good many women among the de fendants LIQUOR LAW VALID Act Prohibiting Shipping Whisk Into Dry Territory Upheld Frankfort KyThe court of an IIlUngporting liquor from a local option or dry county to another The court sustained a fine against the Adams Express Co of 75 which was convicted of transporting whiskyS j from Mercer to WasblngtoncountytThe decision Justice ORear and Is one of themost vigorous ever delivered by this states t highest tribunal End of Drought In Sight Lexington Ky Barring a drizzle on August 21 there has been no rain fall in Lexington since August 13 G Harold Noyes forecaster at the local weather bureau says there will be rain f In a few days and that this will cud the longest drought In the records ot the weather bureau In addition to the absence of rain the past 33 days b the temperature has been abnormally high nail the country for miles around Lexington is literally burned up Governor Reviews Troops Indianapolis IndGov Augustus E Willson and members of his staff ro 4 viewed the First infantry Kentucky JNational Guard at Fort Benjamin Har v risen The governor also delivered an j g pKentucky ifI 4whiletucky Honic 4Hazera4SLexington KyTho hunt for W E r j S Smith the missing State university Cjtcjstudent continues with no clew to h tsr j whereabouts Believing that Smith wlt btn ben secreted byfelbow JtstdntProfJanmes G Whltonskcd ha 1i such lijj tbe case the period nr V tint ncc cca Xhc tu lents say thy liaatidt bscn hazrgte young Smith Indicted For Murder c ki Ioulsri Ky ImUctnients liavlviff beemiieturnl Jytle Llivzenc countylj i1grand jury against Sprousc and Iellyoyfor firt desTe urderln tbt burnlimg of the Cooperhome and tbreeitrsoLl the men were tak n back to LeuIsa t from Catlcttsburg and ML Sterllcfi Jails respectively for trial t Mutilated Herself Lonisvile KyTh Lord mode m fdo it said Mrs Susie TaMer 45 whenJ i4p- hyriclans forced open the bathroom t tof her homo and found that sbeha i H trIed to kill herself She mutilated t trrecoverO Tabler of Harrcdsburg Ky t jBowlingFrankfort KyDr A T McCor mock of Bowling Green is being ti1boosted by members of the mcdlca fraternity to take the place of Dr Milten Beard en tho bcw tcthitrcP iwhen Boards term expires January tll The appointment will bo made by itGov n ill SOO l Ii Mismanagement ChargedS 1 ait Sterling KyThe affairs of thft Eastern Kentucky Telephone Co with headquarters In this city were placed In the hands of Special Receiver Hen ry Watson of Mt Sterling by CircnU 7 Judge Young Mismanagement iScharged i Reslns As Postmaster Covington KyJehn R Inglls re publlctn candidate for congress in the Sixth Kentucky district has resigned as postmaster of Milton KyU Mr In gus has been postmaster at Milton for s 12 years Dr J H Calvert has been appointed to succeed him J 1 Bradley To Open Campaign LcXln = tonKyTha amJIalp1rr l 1ithe republican party In LC3ln ten TrtlV be opened with a speech hy United States Senatorelcct Wllllani Cv Brad Icy at the OIl Ia fiquse on the eventnzT 1ttltIof Mcndny October P r Worsliam Is WIlling A trepublicanthe Second Kentucky district has at cepted the challenge of Congrcssainn I 1 Owsley Stanley to a joint debate ct t o live topics Decided To Live Longer ftfKendal Springs ICy Worth Good paster aged 3 years livIng in this i ncighhorhocd attempted suicide by jumping Into a well Upon striking the water ho changed his mind aha 5i saved himself iiChange of Name t j I ifcehedrcncy by President Samuel Cosseda r J of the Bank of Commerce to change J 1t its name to the National Bank of Com mercc It will do this nature of bulI i iness in the future I Suits For Back Taxes if rll 7Vankfortp Ky Arguments in jbp 31fffaulta against time Southern railroad forV back taxes amounting to nearly JZSi t 3000 on 10000000 back assrssnieiit r were made before Judge R L Stout V ryji1 and the case submittedS V ISSrgS4 I l9 fti1lCe J ifI l6 L 41 ftIJ WING8VILLE OUTLOOK foPUBLISHED OWINGSVILLE KYI Entered according to Act of OwingsilleKmatter Tin OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows One year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirt fiYe Cents d No commissions allowed any subscriptionsSubscribers a clang- of address should give previous writingCorrespondents alwa get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on 11 separate slip of paper News matter of general inter q est is welcomed bring it to without delay if you wish it iMr sorted Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should inform us the week previous to publication day Address all communications JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville a Ky l THURSDAY yCI08 =ANNOUNJEIY1ENTS t We are authorized to aU11Oun Aiiie V Young as a candidate for reelection as Circuit Judge t of the Twentyfirst Judicial dis trict subject to the action of the 4 Democratic party I We are authorized to announce Alexander Conner a candidate for I ic election for Ccmnonwealths Attorney of the 21st Judicial dis trict subject to the action o f the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W B White as a candidate Commonwealths Attorney in t Twentyfirst Judicial district sub ject to the action ofthe Democrat ic party We are authorized to announce Mrs S B Hawkins as candidate for Superintendent of Schools of i Bath county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party AVe are authorized to announ Miss Pickett Metcalfe as a can date for Superintendent Schools of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic Xar5 s We are authorized to announce tLeonard Cassity as a candidate for o dent of Public Schools oE Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic party We tire authorized to announ Jl W Penix a candidate for S perintendent of Schools of Bath CtheWe are authorized to announce Miss Carrie Nixon as a candida for Superintendent of Schools county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party bLrt r subject to the action of the Dem t ocratic party r We are authorized to announce IJ J Mark as a candidate for r County Judge of Bath County J subject to the action of the Dem I f i ocratfc party We are authorized to announce Alfred N Crooks as a candidate V for County Judge of Bath sub ject to the action of the Demo icratic party i anno1ncerreelection as County Clerk of r Bath subject to the action of theI Democratic party r We are authoriz d to announce Wm D of South S her burne a candidate for Sheriff e Bath county subject to the tion of the Democratic r Wm C Johnson of Sharpsbu and Aaron Fanning of Salt Lick ti will be his deputies if elected tWeare authorized to anno I t Seth Botts as a candidiate r Sheriff of Bath ect Democrathc twillbe his deputy if elected 1 r We are authorized to annou i Samuel 0 Doggett as a can t 1i date for Jailer of Bath county = subject to the action of the Dem r ocraticpartyr l We are authorized to annou- c p Caleb L Snedegar a candidate l Jailer of Bath ect jtothe action of the DemocraticI f P t part f rsb We are authorized to announce Robt Duff as a candidate for u Jailer of Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic par 1 x ty V r J L s j j t f iJ I fJ f t t j t If r 0fr f ftii 5 a We are authorized to announce lames G McCarly as acandida r Jailer of Bath county su to the action of the DemoI erotic party We arc authorized to announ Eastwood Hutton as a candda Bspatty announceRfor Jailer of Lath c untysubje to the action of the Democrat1- a1ty We are authorized to announce Wm W Nixon as a can dida te etepath y511e are authorized to announce as a candidate for 1sI sensor of Bath County subject to JmrtyWalter S Ilcndrix of South Shei ofusreston he ns ociatedwith r Jones in the discharge of t duties of the oflice We are authorized to announ Rige Wells a candidate for As subjecttoto r ty If elected Elijah Tenill ofj Sharpsburg and It D Bailey of Forge Hill will be my deputies We are authorized to announce Robert T Myers as a candidate for Magistrate in District No5 Preston subject to the action ceof the Democratic party We rrenuthorized to announce Joseph Williams as a candidate for Magistrate in District No 5 Preston subject to the action of the Democratic partyHWe are authorized to announce fdidateville district No 1 subject to the action of the Democratic party YomFINGi Connors Chalim of the State Democratic Comm hetee of New York says a irelim canvass shows that Bry will carry New York State b one hundred thousand V Street is throwing one fit aft another INDIANAS Legislature voted a county unit Prohibition billa now the Hoosier State will more or lesk gradually dry up spits salooneehi irrigaIga i er method u wagedhotthe past weelc Bryan and Roose welt had a spectacular individual contest while Hearst bushwhack ed the armies of both and infli cter firingline thecauutation and spirit General T Du Pont has resigned ead ofthe Bureau of Campaign Speakers On the Democratic side Governor Charles N Has resignoftic ArthlrrVory 1 practicebeforefor retaining money of 1r client in 1882 and his usefun in the present campaign is stroyed by the notoriety of the the thing as rehashed by the N York World CORRESPONDENCEWest Thornton McClain of near Sharpsburg visited relatives here last week f bitingSome t week We had rain here two we eksItago Our streams are low but greenCrops communityisj andlyingthecltickensac Sudlthrgare needing rain badly We are sorry to bid good to Tilford Pendleton and Ohforia Miss Martha Pergrem is very ill with fever Miss Eva Lee Pergrem is onj the sick list Pdieryes ses Martha and Bettie on Mud Lick SundaySmoot Crouch and family lnitsell nt ht and Sunday also his father o Crouch and wife Monday nPrestonre last week What has become of TilE OUT LOOK It has failed to make its appearance here for two weeks r J fcl f x f 440 0 ri rraeaYaa IOlla V herbCharley Wilson and wife of1 Bethel week visited relatives here last tcihiss Irene Collivcr of near ethel visited relatives here la v John Dauglierty bought a lcl ling calf of James Dcnton for l wifectIVyoming T Crain and wife Sunday Gossett little son of tits Et a Mae Sorrell has been very poor inmroII v zy till Sunday Dave Whaley bought 4 steers of James Crain 3 of Allen Camp 2clIfStopstono N andIeNichecr 1 S BittingcriIWm Carmichael and wife vis ted H D llIevins and wife Sun dayssonIonner aitd Sunday W 13 Henry was called Frid hisiLee Maxey and sister lIt Eliza Mrs J L Williams Reva outh and Rollie Evans Jam enry and Elder Adams took dinner with W B Henry a Sunday and attend at Sugar Grove somebetterMrs J D Alexander is vis Frtk Irlr Withrow and wife of lnt= ayllnd erbment here Sunday ndEYjthelCrouch and Dr Buntin tuwent to Owingsville Rednesd Mrs Joe Arrasmith and dau ter Mrs A R Robertson in lIt Sterling Wednesday of week Weduesday i in Missouri Texas and Kansas Charles Woodard little son of John Woodard while climbing af a ball fell and broke his arm John Sargent who had been vvorkimain lv a nondascrops Harry B Arrasmith of Daven port Oklahoma who had been theIday T S Robertson sold some heir 3cceCorn is selling at 3 per bbl in the field visitdebon county last week VErnest comvcr left Wednesday for Nashville Tenn to attend a medical college D D Evans C L Hardin and Thos G Daugherty will join a party from Flemingsburg leave Thursday of this week tripng in q Mooros Ferry continues dry and hot Stock water is getting scarce Some people are cutting corn Distyck els of corn at 275 in the field JEJohnson has moved to Salt Lick llissIdaCreinmeeting byellrs 0 P Shrout and son Goodpastersfever except Mr Goodpaster but seem to be on the mendtSome from here went to Ow WIVycof lk G Hollis Gibbs moved his s mill to Mr G W Statens woo to saw timber Elder Cassity of Yale preach at Jones Chapel Saturday and Sunday tckSundayear S beat M F two scores Ed Davis of Colfax seems to visit here every Sunday There must be some attraction here for Ed 0 rLv6f Zw f rJ ICrooksgarctlVilliamsouvvlhas io lc mend Some farmers have begun cut ting corn Next Sunday the Stm wschool- it children will have their outing They will have songs and rccita tions in the morning and then 0will be preaching in the aft Pj neon f fWallace McNab was at Sa Lick Saturday on business We are needing rain badly Mrs John A Clark is able to be out again after several weeks sickness dSam Lath ram shipped a c t load of cattle to Cincinnati Satur daythshipped carload SaturdayIcars of export cattle to New Yo Friday VirjiUJ guua tlUlUttV UilU UCIl li Hl vha Died of consumption Sept 23 Its Newt Jones and was buried at the Frame graveyard the 24th leaves a husband and fl mall children to mourn th s loss He who doeth all things well will watch over the husband and little orphan children lleylIt is very dry and stock water very scarce Mrs A K Coyle of Pric v sAsh was the guest of her dau ter Mrs Dee Rudder Thursdays Robert Toy bought a hog of Wm for 650 ndCorncutting has begun James Wells and Robert Toy visited the family of J Toy near Wyoming Sunday itmiss Lillie Bailey visited Miss inahItDee Rudder sold a steer calf to Coyle for 1315 writinghasid it een three weeks since it rained a drop here There is a spring on Samuel Shultzs place that has afforded water all this dry weather for four families and watered several failedghell in Elmer Stone and wife aThursdaY a son Mart Sexton is building chimneys to Robert Baileys r dency There have been several cases neighborhoodon the road to recovery toBooker Spend moved out the old tollgate house on the Conner farm Saturday and Lee Horseman moved into it Sunday It is reported that Banks Good paster is going to take out the old mill dam at the Forge Mill this week and put in a new one which will be agreat benefit to the mib lie How nice it is for a that has money to lay it ou jithe common good even if brings him back threefold edStoopsurCattle feeding will soon begin Pastures have given out Corncutting is prog re s sin slowly Some corn has begun heat in the shock 11 O Cockrell sold a horse Jesse Turner for 100 Septeform d by many of us Erastus Carter returned to Hoopeston Ill after a visit here Cloverthreshing is in progress The yield of seed is light R E Tipton has rented the large farm of T C and Doctor Graves near Springfield The Weather Bureau takes cake for issuing the biggest of lies in the shortest length time this season H C Ficklin had a fine horse to get its leg broken last week He recently refused 180 for it Mrs Frances Hamilton Prickly Ash came last week visit relatives Lee Young and wife visited latives near Owingsville Sat day and Sunday r Mrs Thos Fogg of Mt Ster ling visited her daughter Mrs A S Bridges last week Senator Foraker seems to be cainpaids and gn against him twice already J M toF J395lb575ea daughtMElizabeth of Mt Sterling visited D L Goodan and family Friday daughterMiss c visit relatives near Owings vine iJ Ji c J cfr t Ctr QJ I 4 M in Louisvillei Dr Cornelison Dr Robbina and Dr Cook all attended the Medical Association at Winchester this week daughIcounty this week sislelttfMrstheir father at Taffy this week The Ladies Aid of the Christ ian Church are doing fine fousi ness now They have enrolled 23 members lChess Clifton and wife left for their home in Okla where he is engaged Jn e oil business We wish them both success I11ss Ada Duly who has been withlcis improving Fridayofhas a position Elder Carpenter filled his rcg SaturdayIMisses Bettie and Ellie Rohbii irleft Wednesday for i lillersbur they will attendcollege J T Evans was at Moorefield on business last week He r ports it very dry there and farmers are hauling water five and six miles for stock Miss Minnie Denton of Mt Sterling is visiting her sister ClaytonbThe drouth has made it appear ance here People are out of water with not much prospect of rain yet wifeIticMrs T Harry of Olympia is visiting the family of n Olvmpia W B Swarts of Mucklow Va was here last week Several from here attended ti funeral of Uncle LeeGriggs be ter known as Pig Griggs also Mrs Green Reynolds niece of OlympianSpringsr There will be an icecream su per here the second Saturd night in October for the bens of the Christian Church Mrs Jessie Harkness and lit tie son rRoswel returned Saturday to Straight Creek after a stay of a month with hermother csitits George Swans r Mrs Kate went to Mt Sterling Monday I Thos Montjoy went toAshlat Saturday and will make his home thereof John Jackson and wife of Snit Lick visited the family of his father Squire Will Jackson Sat urday and Sunday The Holiness people who ha been preaching at Shrouts house preached here Thursd night and will preach here ago in next Thursday night werMrs Ellis Roberts went to ive Hill Saturday littledaughterLou Rcasor home to Howards toMill Friday and remained tint returnedt0 to a week with her sister Mrs Kate Costigan babyHolden C1 of Mrs J K Jackson last week B F Penix returned Monday to Falmouth after a visit of a month to his father W W Penix B F Hart moved to Preston last week Mrs Henry Spencer of the lanthst ofThe sick are all better We had a good rain Monday Willard McGlothin has moved to the house vacated by Tom Thom movetod in 1urm t son who has been very ill at her home near Preston but is better Odessa A B Jones visited C L GilJlaspie in Menifee county seve ratmast days last week P Hendrix gathered the last lamb crop here Monday morning at 5c per lb also bought J W Darnell and son a bull and cow at 23c and a heifer at 31c orstits J B Lindsey Misses Annie M Anderson and Sad Whittington visited at Bud orte f p PmthelofllIorehead I r ffFToTT OTz IOCT 6 TO 16 2- Greatest iil the World STAKES S75ADOO S2lOOO FUTUR5TY Tuesday Oct 6 aCo TENNESSEE Tuesday Oct O 5OOD JTRANSYFVAiA Thursday Oct 8- tOOO CUP STAKS5 Monday Oct 13- j cnrtT gait PRCE FrldaqOct11 GREAT PACE Tliursdcy Oct 15 GREAT SO5 VKOT Wednesday Oct 7 OCT SeiioatJonal na rs DnUr Vie eT5 Prize Band of America BERNDTMEHAFFEY Soprano Solout IN DAILY CONCERTS ONE FARE ON RAILROADS 1 JT LUh children W A C L and C N rclativbes j poorIytimeIJ Add Power of Owingsville Sundayhis on Miss Mary Jones who vvi thin others contemplated a trip to Mammouth Cave last Wednesday was deprived of the journey byI reason of taking wa51atofwell It was also used on it Jones two smaller children as Ira Mrs Jones is al poorly with tetter and erysipelas 221rer as ie ustom has been for years here c ildren helped to prepare a dint net at the old home upon this oc casion There was present her children J B Darnelland wife J W Darnell an 1 wife TLDarnell and wife I R Darnell vvipfe d wifeIfc B Jones and wife J H Jones and wife Robt Oaklpy and wife W T Swetnam and wife and Mrs W S Purvis her nieces Mrs jSusanApdcrsonandgranddaugh AndersonIVan of landin ram and tits Wm An herdson Elbert five of her groat grandchildren and Misses M F and Lizzie Swetnam Almost gave the old mother a present of some kind John S Anders not being able to attend he s enjoyve ut illiypY an day all departed for their several places of abode hoping to meet with her upon like occasions many times yet 01DOUTI 0l1851AE Sto Times T dryestle ever the dryest we have had since that perIback to the first settlement of t State and they had never senor en heard ofsuch a drouth There was a very heavy rain about the last of May which washed the fencing off carried away brill g1s9andwashed the soil away that it did not rain any more u til the first of October fallovvin The creeks ponds and nearly springs went dry Farm had to dig for water for Earn manyfarmersbig spring at Georgetown a from Elkhorn There was a light crop of wheat j very little hay less vegetables corn from one to twelve bushels per acre and most of that of an inferior quality In the part of the county there was a large part of the land in a state of nature covered with 1large white oak trees and all of them full of acorns which were used instead of corn to fatten hogs and what acorns over the stock hogs had towintert onOn the 28th day of February 1855 it turned cold and cold until the middle of March About the time it turned cold the gave out and a large number of hogs died also some cattle horses and sheep died There were good crops of veryhardthere were but two railroads in the State one from Louisville to Lexington and one from Coving totsuplyto forty miles over dirt roads for there were but few turnpikes at PURSES IrfiI FrecEforAH BLANCHE diphtheria preventive northwestern r that time in Kentucky There have been several drouths since 51Itfor there was but little money in circulation and nothing to do to earn money Some lost all of their horses and they had no way theirlandfine condition to raise a crop thedrouththe ground in fine Icondition Some pulsedup the corn stubs pped the seed corn in the hole covered it with their foot cultivated it with a hoe and made a fine crop Thee 0year of 1855 was the most pro KentuckyItmake a crop than was ever knovvnhCorn sold at l per bushel and all other farm produce in proportion One dollar then was equal to three dollars at the present timeJThe last month reminds me very much of 1854 Clouds arose and there would be the finest pros for a rain and it would look like we would have a fine shower but instead of rain it would clear up and the clouds pass away A E STOCKI ELL SchoOl Tax Due jf fI The OwingsvillerGratfgaTi FuSchool District Tax is due Please pay 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