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of paraly sis He had stayed rather closely at home for some years gradu ally growing feebler He had an attendant and was carefully nursed during his last few years He was shot twice in the battle wound1ina surgical operation in recent years His wound no doubt short ened his life his constitution be ing a vigorous one otherwise Funeral services were held at the Christian Church of which deceased was a member for many years at 10 oclock a m Satur day Rev Edward 0 Guerrant of Wilmore his lifelong friend and comrade preaching the dis course The church was crowd ed with his kindred comrades and friends Aftertheservices members of Bath Lodge No 55 F A M headed the procession to Owings ville Cemetery Next came the members of Pat Cleburne Camp of Confederate Veterans There was a large number of each The pallbearers were activeW P G W Conner John F Conner Alex Conner R H Conner Conner Ewing and Josh ua Ewing honoraryJames MI Brother J R Bascom Will Pe ters A W Bascom Dan Palmer and Tom C Owings The grave was made by the side of the loved ones that had preceded him The elaborate rites of the Masonic order were per formed after which came the burial service of the United Confederate Veterans which was read by AN Gordon comrade ofLexingtonCaptain Penrose Con ner was the last survivinggrand ancesIDaniel Conners family name was OConnor He was educated foTthe Catholic priesthood but- S W fit to change his religion for which and for political reasons also he left his native land for America where lie dropped the iO and changed the form of his name to Conner Such is the family tradition He married a- Miss Harrison a member of the historical Harrison family of Vir ginia and a relative of the two Pre its HaHson and Mayor i Jams Chicago i r ason Harrison ROlbridgecountyI ow grown Mrs Nichols maiden name was Elizabeth Ewing but was no relation of the Bath coun ty EwingsSomeof the descend ants daughters live at Shelbyville Ky The Harpers the noted racehorse men ofI Woodford county owners of Ten Broek Longfellow and other fa mous racers were relatives of hers Connerliadia Harrison wife of Judge A JIEwing Elizabeth wife of Joshua Ewing Felix and Brush Har ry both dying bachelors Mont gomery and Wm Penrose the latter being born on the farm still known by the Conner name near Preston August 24 1828 Wm P Cornier w narrlv July 17 1855 to Miss a M ftVsr r of Montgomery county is eLI dren were born to them three dying in infancy Mary married David Wood of Bardstown and died several years ago leaving five children Ewing made his home with his father Annie isI the wife of Hugh Coriof Bards town Mrs several years ago In 18I7 in his twentieth year he enlisted inCajtJames Ew ings company F of Col Man ISus V Thompsons regiment that reporting tain Conner was made a lieutenant of the company Theregi ment saw but little fighting but suffered decimation from dysen tery On his return from Mexico he was elected for three terms Sheri tBatlrcouv sheriffat ion being raised byGolJohl1 Ficklin for the Confederate service The recruits were drilled near here for sometime and then went to Prestonsburg The or goingintothJFifthKentucky ond Kr Battalion ofMounted Ri fles Rt P Conner was chosen ptaila company of the 2d 5t jtx 1 i a Mi cti t f 4e ti iY Jfi 7i Ifr fd Vlfi 1ffiii iIT 1 Battalion commanded by Col Thos Johnson Col Ficklin en CaptainConners ners company served until the surrender Near the close of the war he was formally offered the commission of lieutenant col onel but declined it because he saw the inevitable end of the war and preferred to remain to the vcolikehonor of a promotion His devo tion to his men was complete It is told of him that on one sion one of his men being barefooted and dismounted he pulled off his own footwear and gave them to the soldier farmingelected Circuit Court Clerk in 1873 taking possession of the office Jan 1 1874 He was al ways a Democrat and never scratched his party ticket He was reelected at each successive election until toward the end of his last term which expired Dec 31 1903 the growing infirmities of old age caused him to retire from the office He was so tenderhearted that unheededfriend call on him for a service that he denied No one in the county was better known nor had more devoted friends thanjhe ItIwas useless for to a candidate against him for office A friend writes of him When this citizensoldier died Bath county lost one of its best men who had for over eighty years illustrated in his life the noblest traits of manhood Bath honoredheruNo gentler man no truer morefaithfulhusband and father sleeps beneath the green sod of his native land When long years have rolled awayEven of Earths fu dayWhenArchangels trum i treadRise and forms of deadWhen t world its last awaitsWhenshall swing gatesAnd march silently throughPast Captain for final review Then for the blood that has flow rightCrowns upward untarnished and brightIThen the glad ear of each marItyrs son tidingsasBlessings for garlands shall cover them over Parent husband brother and lover God will reward those heroes of ours And cover them over with beau tiful flowers JJ BIBLE SCHOOL CONVENTION The fourth annual Bath county Christian Bible School convejjt met in Salt Lick Saiur 13 Theme ty but of as ed ioythe oU hart hiiwer y 0 z COl port ffe sons schG I cadul purr are laW that the JIut the have 5 roll vor f was S C1 tYea Licyn the forCh Mil ads St dr Ho m rif r l ti v r i F t f T tr w iar r fd hd H a y JC Ir J I I iI t ar o ti Q f- s I t 1y t- th t fiJfo bl p ttlit h = gl u = f 0slac yJ t i q da i J tiC IF d 9PYrr srF I j r cI 1SV c v t C ri iq f Ni i tU r f ts as t A 10i 3 rl J I r i t swat fia tWOit lth I 4aia Y vvt Vy r t r ru i 1rt a t j r f7Tlan roi PayFs + iayrril y Z N vi J rc h L t lft tt 11a tdvwct t 1 17 It r d J 1t t R i rF 4 tft A t r J i frAtc ttd J t 3 Jfi 7 oa l r otit a j J HJJ I iJJiiort d 1 i th W V rfv1 r ts r t 1 iisJ 4 g j1lirrJ tifti wj- k tIa r t t r ate rt 4 S f drt i xti r tx t 1 tts u vi r i f it r i cECRETSr HERMAN IN A it4 1IRYII W r c t ed Promoter- I L ated a Cam V grami f J JJenator TrPt e Indian rr t lacad and mltteo tele r names ot Vlco r i and Senator rr Aaa wore named ia sad- t ar ire to stato our v i and Mr Sher c C better than q ray lwia ii 4r Ire coming Into I p onator Gores t ts P j offered 25000 congress thev t f t 4t J hdlan land deal Vnatoro r 71nr fC t actlvlty of the 1 yli Ra 41s ra rrofferingthiak t Sh to reflect r i i i cP RI 4t Ba raS t r or Mr Cur iR 1 i ae t s an exonera ir l TA q c t t tw imam asked fI tr t or McMurray L wla dr y 1a r f r jthat If the t 1r 1 t 1T1yrt r wrt1a r I 00 taken in a v f a a ft i ya r 4 have been ta4 ar a saaa + 1tr ft re t t C r undred In C aat a t r r council aty t I rI t t a t up almost 4 thgo l McMurray ta A r r a L R J P Mo L y ZI f arr- a1 Y S ctewouldco tNt p 71t a 00 1 a ail t wf r y Of tho In j r t l wr 14 + y contract r i t lr y ry1 2 i S too realize t etj aa t ho 46000 a + yR ja iat30ja a t1 y J 1i r fit a fr AdlUonto 1v f Pt C 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1 a r fif1r a tx itl l tA11fg3 I if1r t1rara ft t Ify Wt t ar r l u a r 4 Z 1 r J r i I tLj oi ftr 0 1 f sJ r J- t Mi- IO f1 N rit rJfdlIiR1 I Ty r b 1 Z V03I- f di liy i br 1 4 rit1 ya i tzTar y 1iIr t j 11a g ar C71 r3j I 1 1 i9Ara IrJ f 0 I1Jl 2 yyIpZtr aft r tr tlira 4d t li N b +xr1fljtx tFT or 1 yb1 I P t sa t1 rs I yy IVACAT10N DAYS POLICE IN MUTINY QUIT RANKS IN COLUMBUS WHEN ORDERED ON STRIKE DUTY- THIRTYFIVE ARE IN REVOLT Night Patrolmen Rebel When Mayor Requests Them to Ride on Street Cars to Prevent AttacksAll Will Be Dismissed Columbus OOpen mutiny manl tested Itself In the ranks of the Co lumbus night police detail Thursday night when 35 of 140 patrolmen stopped from the ranks on being ore dared by Mayor Marshall to board street cars for duty against the strike lag motormen and conductors The mutineers Mayor Marshall announces will be dismissed from the department Included In the thirty Jive who refused to board the cars are some of the oldest and best known men on the force As reasons for their rebellion the officers did not advance fear Borne grocersapro1110naOtken mtBhtW1Q GUTTER BLENDENS BARRED Product Produc d by Machines Is Pronounced to 1e Aa AduU Uiratlon WashlngtoB Commissioner Cabell of the Internal revenue bureau Is hof after those persona using butter mer gars or blenders to increase the but theeountr7He and ith er agents of the internal revenue a circular branding as adulterated but ter wlthlnthe terms of law the products of these machines The merger machines claimto make two pounds of butter from one pound of butter and one pint of milk DISASTROUS FIRE IN BOSTON Property In Business Center of the City Valued at 2000000 Is Destroyed i Boston Driven by a strongaontb- west gale flames deatroledproperly- valuedat 2000000 here Tuesday night and for a time serloiialy threat ened to wlpo put the business and manufacturing part of the city A general alarm called all the fire apparatus in the city to the scene and later a call for help was sent to Jrookline Cambridge and Somerville 9 available fire ap rushed to sIwatARFARE eaderstto r d 4 rmbrii Jaime throne 1s a feed to the jwhlcK be allnot rkmiio via rl that he part from e existing fle s The Amer in Cap tcarried the- thanithlrty r t on dismantled d PII t 0f i byKtiare irw Mo aleirrtc Il i 1 i f olUer Mar t ofttke L1t ode n Oi shewaa iti steam JrIght J j itween Al amLnng eat the 1 day night igford re J t i 4 1tari NEW TARIFF MAKES BIG GAIN TREASURY FIGURES SHOW JAD VANCE OVER BANNER YEAR In First Twelve Months Act Produces 75000000 More Than In 190- 7WashingtonTbe Payne Aldrieb tariff law has produced in its first year a revenue larger by 176000000 than the sum collected in any twelve months in the countrys history except the banner year 1907 according to treasury department figures issued Monday During the first full year ended last Saturday night the total ordinary receipts including customs ordinary In ternal revenue corporation tax and miscellaneous aggregating 678850 816 exceeded disbursements by 20 214029 These ordinary receipts were larger by 15000000 approximately than during 1907 and the 1907 re ceipts exceeded those of any other year of record by almost 60000000 Although there was a deficit of 58 734955 in the ordinary operations of the government in the 18calyear end ed Jime SO 1909 there was a surplus of more than 20000000 In the year which ended last Saturday according to the department The corporation u revenue was lessthanBEEF OFFICIAL is INDICTED Manager of Armour i CorAteltocrfof Giving Perjured Testimony Bs fore Grand Jury Chicago Thomas G Lee manger ot the dressed beef sales department of Armour ft Co was indicted for perjury by the federal grand Jury Thars day A bench warrant was issued for hlsWrst The grand Jury sent a report to Judge KM Landis in which it was charged that stenographers notebooks of Armour Co containing informa wantdladbeendeStroedThe verely arraigns A ILUrl nchlef counsel of the packing company and president of the board pt education rrith other cfflcials Judge Landis issued aJiorder com man ibig A R Uftori George M JV11 iltts asafstanto ce manager add W Shaw and W A He1and remployesof the concern to appear be tore him and anSWer the charge Attorney UrionIs charged by the grand Jury withsrlng that there were no1 books and thai if there were none JuiemLe in his testimony before the grand Jury on July 28 Eta is said to have made false statements regarding weekly meet- Ings of representatives of the packing corporations at which the grand Jury agremeatsUty of fresh meat each company was to ship In interstate commerce JAP FLOODS KILL HUNDREDS a Lower ectlons of Tokyo Are Inunda ted and 30000 Houses Are Submerged VrQughttcent floods fie appalling Wioltfyillages and towns have beea washed away and hundreds of lives have been lost In the lower sections of Tokyeralone 30000 houses are sub merged The monetary loss amounts to millions of dollars VendllnB Is In Louisville Louisville Ky Joseph Wendllng arrested in San Francisco on the ceofmUrcierlngA1maKeUner ar InLo Friday and wa- squlckiytakentothe cltyhalL There was no demonstration Baseball Kills Choir joy Washington Struck behind the ear- bya ball in a game at Cornfield Md Thursdoy JJoward Layer itwelve yearold n r i iDg f Gira Mrs J Ellen Foster Dead Ws hln tnMr8J Ellen Poster one otthe most noted women lawyers and civicists blthe country died la Garfield hospital Thursday Mrs roc liras seventy jean of age hadbeen seriously ill torIferal months Alleged Murderess Dead Newark N JMlss Virginia O Wardlaw one of the thre8slst r1un der indictment for the murder tf Mrs Ocey w M Sneadi died T T r in a cell in tie louse r UIIrt 4wtrf f v t j f aJPkettw drfir rf 1Iit r 11T t1c r Vfrn i f + f i 3 nt y r SH r M tIr 3 J Had tI i tQv a w tSs t E r r 3 t DanI 2 r- rt r of Mr ai Car + Iirdeal r w 41 r Re n r P s tlltog Y f lightrCar 4a a the sa be a x and t i the ho a lodgrhis a Rer awnrOf 1Y r r- as t i a Ar p 4 Saul y twe 4 dym rP Hipr a fr 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