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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r l llV fttf r = t l vI q i 9p01 sji f i IU 4 I I r be minotullr I 1lnIIrIIsij ro z i VOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22 1900 NO31 B W 1 18J 18l it w l2J ISJQ 1gJ Zit 1El 2J ITOMY FRIENDS IN BATH AND ADJOINING COUNTIES I1 purchased the Interest of W L Nixon in the firm of QOODPASTER NIXON CO I will now engage in business with the IJ new firm of G00 PASTER COONS CO Thanking you for your kindness and patronage in times past I hope by Bcourteous treatment fair dealing and an earnest desire to advance your interest to merit a continuance of your favor Respectfully OLLIE COONS II g Jr2 Ia l Try one of our handmade spring FPtSaddles E L k A T BYRON J The heavy snow will bc good for cthewheat Co keep n full lino o r 6 Collars Humes Backhands Chain e t Halters etc etc highest snow of the season the ground Friday morn ITheI REST Blacksmith ehop at this office Zero weather again prevailed Friday Saturday and Sunday nights Oliver Plow loints nt the old price Vulcan and Brinhy Points h cheap EcrENE MINIHAN Alternate spring and winter may be expected now until in May nt least siC PERU Dentift loculcd over J M Richarts store Office 4 hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to C pm I In looking for n plow dont pass theliP do O Chill and Avery Sold by Bud Brother 2 Your accounts are duo We ex pect you to come and settle at once GAULT WELLS k Co Whats the matter with going out to lies Mill and catching big pike as soon ns the water gets I right Save money by getting the best The Malta Rnd the Double Shovel t P10WI EUGENE MlXlITAK Ben Sondheimer of Stcp tone requests us to say that he hns sold to MF Wilton one dozen duck eggs for 1 to be delivered April letI T S Shrout will sell you Cane Sent Choirs nt 50c each Oak Bed f4 trad 175 All other furniture just na clien pfur cash or eredit294 t An item in tho Cincinnati Post 1Is Attorney TV T Sraoo of Ow t JMi 1 eitttnc bforeth jft dJril 7 hl p g The Tiger line of DIc Harrow 7t and CornDrillB are most excellent Found at 4 E L k Ar Br RONS Charles Warren lately with C H Boon ia going to erect a ptore Jiouseand pell general merchandise on Mrs Kaehs farm near Slate 1 Valley Church fw The largest stock lowest prices u and the bcitPlowgearing Breech a I ing Check Lines etc I 29tf EUQESE MlKIHAN I IMrg P J Honaker bought of 4 Elder R T D Zimmerman the 9 okacre tract of land and house on t f r Prickly Ash occupied by Thomas Zimmerman for 600 cash 3 f Examine our stock of Cook Store Cut and Steel Ranges Prices the lowest t BROTHER tCo e 1 We hare a full lino of rocerieR at rock bottom prices Give us a I call We will give you top price Jforeggs butter ic and sell you V fgoodsjust the same as if you were cash 4 PERRY BROTHER i At John J Coyles photo gallery back room over J M Richarts j store all kinds of photos are made a r at reasonable prices Photo buttons any sire and style are also made I II tof work guaranteed Thebody of the thirteenyearold 4 son of S Brumigem of Flat eo Creek was taken through here Sun 4 day for burial at Bethel The child had lingered a long time with kid 1 t pey trouble Sympathy ii extend ed the sorrowing family f j i They say the time has come when we must look to our own intercr est If that be so why not buy your groceries from Perry is Broth er They will save you money r and money saved is money made iyJVn town call and see them thrre doors below postofflce in the Blue Front FOR RENT The Curtis Crouch 1i farm 265 acres a half mile from s Salt Lick containing the famous r Reunion grounds For particulars- i apply V C RAZOE Salt Lick Ky ti1 IEDSbed Williams aged 18 I years son of Win Williams living i on the Lang Anderson farm near A Beynoldsville died of peritonitis 4 Friday and was buried at the Cart mill burial ground Saturday He iI will be remembered as the young 4iman who climbed the greased pole f rJil times at thestreet fair here rJAfot fall 11 L WARNING Having purchased qthe interest of T J Jonea in the iI3i 2 business Of Atcbison it Jones i Jti I i hereby notify all persons owing 1lJlrZ tkc firm thatif their hidebtedness t 1snot pnidby Marc 18tl wIlt put 1 lit in the hands offlcerJorcol k tloD IS PATCHISOH r of t if tjf Z j i IO i If p r t =PASTURE FOR RiirA boundary of 300 acres good fence three last ing water pools about GO acres o r meadow balance in old fields nnd clearedwoods pasture For cattle or sheep Address Rose Run Iron Co Olympia Ky 31ti Vulcnn is the best Chilled Plow The points always lit Every plow warranted by Eugeno Minihan Goo A Peed has contracted his Iambs to Green Embry for last half of June to first half oC July delivery at 5c lIe will have a good bunch rThe Steel beam Oliver Chilled Plows will do the work in any kind of laud For sale by- E LJfe AT BYRON BOUGHT HEIRS IKTERKST Fletch or Crouch of Irickly Ash has bought out the undivided interest of Mrs P J Honaker in tbo farm on Prickly Ash of tbo lato John Craig for SOO cash and the inter cstof Mrs M B Zimmerman in the same nt 40 per acre Byron Bros still sell the reliable Davis Sewing Machine None bet ter Fully warranted at n close price WILL is TASTEFUL In the win dow of Smith Jb Butterlield on Main street the Attains Express Co has an effective display Surrounded by nil kinds of dainty valentines is a picture of a boy who i eo hap py that his mouth is spread from ear to oar In one corner is a little card which eays My valentine came by tho Adams Express Co The idea i9a good one und was formulated by Local Manager Daughcrtv Evansvillo Indiana News Feb Mth Go to Byron Bros for a genuine Oliver Chilled Plow und repairs it face cutter on each point No oth er like it VALENTINE PARTYA large number of young people wore entertained at the ho home of Will Goons ncarjjwingion Wednesday iffri i iIiiryvrfiijfi Joguftlvalentine party Each young ludy was costumed to represent RUUICI kind of bird while each young gen tleman was presented with a ticket upon which was written the le pcription of the bird to whom he wits euppoFcd to pitY serious atten tion to during the evening A nice lunch was served about 11 oclock The crowd departed about 12 chIck having spent a delightful evening Try our oasypayment plan on Sewing MachinesE t AT BTROS ST VALENTINE ENTERTAINMENT A goodsized crowd greeted the Ladies Aid Society of the Metho dist Church in the Courthouse on the night of St Valentinos day at their Experience Meeting The experiences of the twentytwo ladies in earning one dollar each by their own ingenuity and labor was very amusing as related in rhyme by each in her turn and brought out hearty laughter A nice lunch of wafers coffee cakes and ices was served The string band of Messrs M D Fans Luther Hess and Grant Tipton furnished delightful music The total proceeds amounted to 55 which are to be used in purchasing a carpet for the Motbodisi Church The success of the move meat speaks well for the energy and good management of the ladies who lent their efforts to it In breaking old land or stubble wo offer the Avery Steel For sod our P 0 Chill surpasses anything on the market BROTHER Co LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoFeb 17 1900The market the past week has been irregular and lower especially on low grades without col or and tinged with green and the breaks have been largely composed of these sorts This week our sales have been more satisfactory than last week Good to fine loaf and colory trashes and flyings have sold quite iip to the expectations of the growers in most instances We would suggest that all tobaccos be prized in as good order as possible especially the low grades as it is essential to have them dry to secure export competition Do not prize your leaf and legs too hard 1150 lbs is enough this timo of year more than this will mat tobaccos which always injures their sale- Receipts since Feb 1st have been very light and the sales here have been largely made from what little stocks were loft over from January All sales are from the 99 crop np no old tobacco is being offered The new independent factories are furnishing good competition on the breaks and we can see no reas on why tobacco should not bring good price throughout the ymr as every pound will be needed by the manufacturers to supply their le gitimate demands r r r e LThe Dandy nilsteel Disc lIar row and Bulls Head Corn Drill arc our leaders BROTHER Co THE KILLING OF InoJohn Ig wns eliot nnd killed Wednesday morning Feb 14th near Carring tons Rock in the county He came to this county some time last year from Salino county Missouri He leaves a wife and two children His wife is u laughter of tho lato J Newton Traylor who wont from secrllIi in Missouri James Warner Robert lover male Auitcu Ingrain and Garnet Armitogo wore tried here before the County Judgo on last Friday on the charge of killing Igo Wur nerandUovcrmalo were discharged and Ingram anti Anoitngo were hold over to Circuit Court without bail The two latter were placed in jail As the grand jury is in cession thin week we will not give tho evidence brought out at the examining trial CIRCUIT COURT The February term of Bath Circuit Court con vened Monday The grand jury was empaneled instructed and re tired to their room A few orders wero made and Court adjourned until Tuesday morning The follow ing compose the grand jury T J Hendrix foreman J C McClure C B Williams John Fo los Toliver Snelling Jas R LowisI Joseph Whaky R J Fergusonh Jus E Williams Tom Taylor Crockett Luther Dicker ou The following compose the IwtifI jury Nathaniel Markland RohtI Donaldson F M Knrrick Tiios Evcrmun Ed I Boyd Davis Sot rell T K Davi Peter Lcdford Lewis Hardin J Taro JohnI Datigherty J E Crouch John F Conner 0 M Ratliff John Dickeni Win Woodard B F Snelling Cole Jackson LaCe Robrreon W D Liahtfoot J W Wright J Win CorV F M Vice G IX Gudgell We can sell you anything in the Hifrncsa unit Saddle line Iland t iutUe Saddle Buggy and Wagon LlAmas Check Lines Blind Bridlcn Firstclass workmanship and best material E TjA T BTRON KENDtLLSIIEEIINcBring her up to tho altar thlltshee mayttako Miss Mary F Sheehan nnd Mrr Harry Kendall will be married at the home of the brides parents to day Wednesday at eight oclock His Reverence Father De Waegner of Mt Sterling Catholic Church will olllciato Miss Mamie is the eldest daugh ter of Mr nnd Mrs Daniel Sheehan Modest retiring and lovable we believe every friend and acquain tance of Miss Mamie will bear us out in saying that she is a model in filol devotion and domestic accom plishments and will be u blessing in the home of her husband worthy of every goed that may come to her Mr Kendall is a young silversmith who has been working at his f trade here a few months We unto only the slightest knowledge of him but his recommendations I through winning the heart and hand of Miss Mamie will go far with her many admirers TUB OUTLOOK extends its best wishes to Mr and Mrs Harry Kendall pScholarshipthe Kentucky Branch of the Vassar Students Aid Society to that ap plicant who passes the best exami nation for admission to the Fresh man Class of Vassar College in June The conditions are as follows 1 All applicants must be teala donts of the State of Kentucky at least sixteen years of age must be in good health and of good charac tcr 2 The Scholarship must be ac ccpted as a loan without interest andwithOut limit of time 3 Application for the Scholarship must be made before May 15th to thePresident ef theBranch 825 Second street Louisville Ky Requirements for admission to the Freshman Class will be found in the Catalogue which may be had on application to the Treasurer of Vassar College Poughkeepsie YcFurther information may be ob tamed from the President of the a Branch Examinations will be held in Louisville during the first week of June All papers will be forwarded to the President of Vassar College who will decide as to the successfulo candidateIIThe same scholarship is offered again for June 1902 the applica tions for which must be made be fore January 1 1902 Miss MART VERHOEFF Pres 825 Second St Louisville Ky Miss ELEANOR BELKNAP Secy 406 W OrmsbyAvej LpuiBYilleKy I I See our Superb Sewing Ma chinewarrantedfor 25 Spe cial diecount for cash E L d A T Bmox VIGOROUS REPUKIJCAN SPEAKB Editor OUTLOOK It is n very great pleasure to me to be able to con gratulatc you on the firm fearless stand you have maintained againsi that indescribable political iniquit known as Goebelism in Ky I have nlwayn hail n wholesome respect for law and especially tho law as ad minitttcrctl by our highest courts but when the judges of tho Court of Appeals so far forget their of feint ouths as to trail the judicial ormino in the slime of partisan po litical mud respect degenerates in to disgust That with nil good men Isin cerely condemn tho assassination of ay4lagback nnd forth over Ky of his mortal remains and thereby fun ning the llnmos of passion that he more than nIl othors stirred in tho bosoms of men Tho Republicans of Ky have no objection to the friends nnd rel atives of Senator Goebel erecting monument over his last resting place but it seems to mo that as well might a mother erect a monu ment over an erring daughter to perpetuate her shame When passions havo been softened by time and excitement has died away the cold critical facts penned by tho unprejudiced historian will brand him as the most unscrupulous political demagogue of modern times While I cmiorso Um MeKiuleys administration and have not nsked much of the Republican party to which I belong it would be the greatest pleasure of my life to be a delegate to the national convention allowed within its walls to glvt one loud long whoop for Toddy Roosevelt Sen ROSA Sharpchurg Ky null Brother can sell you Cook Stoves Dishes 3olJrI ot4iid in fnctevcrything lo set up housekeeping except the furni ure EnntLSIINQIn t conclusion of my article of Inst week on embalming ab n sanitary measure 1will add that I wish to consider our methods as practiced at this ngI claesifjing them under two heads s they are mostcouuuonly knownI he injecting of the arterial systemt and the treatment of their or the preservation of their organs The solution employed for em aiming may also bo divided into two general classes poisonous ands nonpoisonous fluids Poisonous fluids have been used for years by practical embalmers They have proved a positive preservative Tho nonpoisonous is a comparatively new solution on tho market but a few years have proved it to be a wonder us an agent destructive to all germ life even in the most minute parts and capillaries with the powerfully penetrating powers it possesses In the most diseasedl part or parts the germs have no possible show to escape rom destruction and at the same time it is a great preserver is As an introductory to my subject believe it is in order to state that is a reason for tho de struction of all germ life where death is tho result of contagious and infectious diseases Science teaches us that a contagious disease is due to a specific cause ca able of being reproduced in the ody and of being transmitted from the sick to the well An infectious disease is one which is due to u disease germ introduced into the body from without not capable of n being communicated from one in dividual to another It is claimed by many that the atmosphere has tendency to weaken the poison but in some cases such as scarla tina diphtheria and other diseases tho germs will live for manyt months exposed to the air the teaching of long and never tiring experimenters chemists and micro scopists The embalming art in this coun try at the outset consisted of cavity injecting and with few and crude a instruments in a manner with little or no outlined methods the operators understanding but little about the circulation of the blood and knowing nothing of the hula and anatomical guides of locating of the various arteries that it is necessary to raise to perform practical operation pretending to know all about all methods of tho art and science if we are practical it ie easy enough to preserve tho dead human bodies dying of any diseases keeping it from the horror f decomposition and purification nd the neerre tin earthworm that fretteth the enshrouded form- J L HESS With Paxton = Son Go to Byron Bros for a genuine Oliver Chilled Plow or repairs A full cutter on each point no other like it E L a A T BYRoN 4i PERSONAL Will Faris was in Flemingsburg one day lust week on business Gol A T Wood of Mt Sterling was in town Thursday on business tri D S EstillOllie Coons and A T Byron ore in Cincinnati this wee buying spring stocks of goods Miss Addie Stewart of Reynolds ville went to Cincinnati Monday to take lessons In trimmingmilli nery Miss Anna Lou Wade of Mont gomery Co is the guest of her sister Mrs Robert Coylo near town Elder T S Tinsley and little son Timothy left Monday to attend the Missionary Rally at Lexington Jno S Stears after a several days business trip to this place re turned to his homo at Valparaiso Ind Tuesday ChuB S Powell of Richmond President of the Ovingsville Telephone Co was in town Saturday and Sunday on business George Mnury of Montain Iron linn came last week to visit his sister Mrs H C Gudgell He is sick at Mrs Gudgelrs with rheuma ham Hon C W Tipton Representa tive from Bath and Rowan coun tics spent from Friday till Monday with his family Ho attended the branch of the General Assembly that met at London Mr nnd Mrs W L Nixon left Thursday of last week for thoir new home nt Peoria III Their ninny friends were reluctant to see them go but wish them unbounded nrityund happiness M s Eva McXinncvon returned ick from nn extended visit toes in Woodford and Scott iet She was accompanied by Vnnll1ndingItJIIII Webb or lower Flat Crc k was i social caller at TIlE OUTLOOK Ii Monday lie went to call on hi friend C H Hoon who has li t tier tho weather for some r with his old complaint John Wyatt antI wifo nco Wil ie HOt e of Mt Sterling arrivedt Wednesday and are guests nd Mrs J SI AtchUon Mrs Wyatt has a suit in Circuit Cotrtjo break the will of her er tho late Jefferson Rico Mrs Minnie nll sellwho hind been making her home with her ister Mrs Dr Feland at Reynolds ville was a guest at J M Atchis l ons last week She left Sunday to visit nt Poplar Plains and from there will go to Colorado and TexasVisiting attorneys up to Tuesday afternoon were J II Williams of Frenchburg ComraonwenlthsAtty Will A Young Chins E Day of Morehead Ed C Orear C W Nesbitt H R Prewitt ofMt Ster ing D S Trumbo of Bethel James Harvey Rice of Cincint nati is the guest of interested in the suit in Circuitu Court to break the will of er Jefferson Rice His son accom panied him as far ns the old home form near Helena Mason Co Mrb Rice is living in Cincinnati now order to be with his three youngest children while they are being edbucated He reared thirteen dren all of whom except one are living f TOLD OF DE WOLF HOPPER Robert Hilliard the actor brought young Englishwoman to see El Capitan She was much impress t ed with Do Wolf Hopper and re markedcWhat a charming man your Mr Hopper is Tell me is he mar ried Been married three times was he reply Three times she repeated and they are all three dead No was the answer di vorced Ah Iohe rejoined I see he is GrassHopper San Francisco Argonauttman wearo ing a faded brown suit and a tic flush came into this fiction ba zaar last Friday eveningiAre you one car penters around here ho asked I confessed He drew a soiled bit of paper from his pocketnI got he Whatll you gimme for it I read them poemaTen cents He looked startled Its pretty heap ho offered but give it t1 me I need the moneytThis then is poemlTwinkle twinkle star Bode upon a lectric car Car it ran clear off time track And Twinkle asked her nickel backt Was it worth nnyDlaroDe troit Free Press I Poor Kontucky Lexington Herald Frankfort Ky Feb lUSpeclnl Tho ghost of a capital is the old town todaythe ghost of her old Heir she lilts and shivers in time snow with tho frowning hills about her dumb weary white ami thoHtillncBi of death in nil tho atmosphere People go about with bitod breath and sliufllins footsteps seeming to shun each other on the streets Thore is never a smile seen or a laugh heard never n merry group on the corner nor a bevy of chattering women trudging towards tho Capitol Tho faint smell of wood smoke is in the air tho soldier boys hover wearily about tho llres in tho State House Square a fewshamofacctl men go up mill down the stairs in attendance upon a couple of phantom Logisla tales the sky lowers tho wind sneers tho sun shines halfheartedly through tho haze Frankfort draws herself within herself anti Kentucky grovels in disgrace with her hand upon her mouth and her mouth in the dust So much can be wrought by the unholy ambition of one nina Thero Is no news here There can bo no news no stupidity no inanity- nor hypocrisy nor fraud no disregard of popular rights no contemptuous trifling with solemn oaths no vIola- tion of tho laws of decency Ind honor could bo news now People expect such and it would bo news indeed if any act were dono or word uttered which would be wise and Just and pa triotic You stand about and listen to men talk you never hear question of the right or wrong you never hear it denied that tho sovereign people iavo electod the men who now hold office at the CapitolIt is only Will Senator standby UB or U How are they going to help themselves There could not bo a moro shameful object lessonone more unanswerable than the talk one hears today Ab solutely I have not heard a word that would indicate tho speakers ausrtjJtt tit J bmtl vm up highest judge to the tricky legislator had the slightest respect for the rules of law or the promptings ot common honesty The sacred rights of tho people the inherent preroga tives of freemen are spokon of as if they were jugglers halls to como go at tho manipulation of a trickster No wonder Frankfort staid and lovely matron of the olden rich with reminiscences ofjust- udgesanil highheartud statesmen gathers her silken skirts about her and sits broodlni by tho firesIde lest pollution contaminate heron the tone steps of tho Capitol Crooning to herself the songs of other days sheets tho men who now disgrace the name of men do as they willshe sits aloof alone pondering upon the portraits of her ancestors The press dispatches will tell you what was doneor nlther what was not dono today It Is a mingled mo notony of asshood and knavery of childs play and scoundrelism that sits uneasily upon the stomach of a gentleman and fills tho heart of a pa triot with shamo and Indignationb of the Senate o a minister pray for them because o might hmo been engaged in an- nholy crusadoagainst Goebel and tho penitentiary robbed of its chaplain in order that he might pray for imo House And for the good relig us services did either House they might as well have gotten a Buddhists prayer barrel and hired a negro to turn the crank These people aro past praying for Time general wish in Frankfort soar as I could gather it was that the Legislature would adjourn sine die until the courts settled the contested elections and gavo the offices either o those who wore elected or those who were not It is further suggest d that if this Legislature never met again the State would save money I thought both suggestions good ones Some interest seems stilt to be taken in fixing the spot where Goebel fell I watched several groups como nd locate tho place No two of thom fixed on the same location I tried it myself and found thoro was only one small spot where a man standing would bo In line from a certain window to treo where a bul et was found There Is nothing else o murk the spot and n bullot passing ver It would have struck tho foun tain before it reached the tree As I strolled along the streets I heard arguing about this mutter in undertones and thero seemed to bo much discontent because there was no coroners inquest no accurate tic- crlption of tho wound under oath o fixing of the testimony of eyewitnesses by legal examination Peo lo spoke of it without excitement mid all parties scorned to desire that the assassin should be found mind punishedThose who have seen Col Colson ho will get well despite alarm ug reports lately in the newspapers Every one seems to wish him well and every one speaks well of time sol boys They are a quint set of- tgentlemen performing wisely a id prudently a duty which to fcy time r I SS FARMERS I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH YOU lHEt 1 BEST PLOWS AT THE LOWEST PRICES The VULOAN Is the best CHILLED PLOW Tho KUINLEY is the test STEEL PLOW HALLS IB the best HILLSIDE PLOW The GENUINE MALTA is the best DO JBLESHOVEL PLOW I have the largest best and cheapest stock of Plows Gearing Wagon Breeching Check Lines Cot lars Kames Chains Collar Pads c c Sly hANDMADE SADD LES AND HARNESS are THE BEST My name on Saddles and Harness means they aro hOMEMADE and time best I am yours for the best Saddles and Harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSYILLE KY SO TCHISOlJ9 Dealers in Drugs Groceries Fruits Fine Candies Stationery and Perfumes Also agents for OLD BARTON WHISKIES and Fine Wines GALL AT CORNER DRUG STORE HP GET PRICES PAXTON SONSUCCESSORS TO HESS PAXTON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE Mr J L HESS is our Funeral Director and Em balmer Telephone 12 MASONiC BLDDOWINGSVILLE c PALMER COONS SUCCESSOHS TO LIGHTFOOT SHROUT WILL DO YOUR BLACKSfftlTHINC AD REPAIRINC AT VROCKBOTJ riI PRICE rilAll Work Guaranteed Give Them a Call f1at least is monotonous Some day whoa this cruel war is overI think Frankfort will show her appreciation of them FALCON Scraps JUST PICKS HIS TEETH Some men pick a banjo Some men pick a burp Somo pick a safe door And do It quick and sharp Somo men a tattoo And sketch beneath your skin j Some men pick a padlock With just a common pin Some men pick time street bed And uso an iron pick Soma men pick your pockets And pick em very slick But the man who is most common Around our native heath Is the man who stands for hours And simply picks his teeth Exchange Oou PAUtAa English weekly naked for short essays by oys on current topics and printed thorn without editing Here is a specimen Krugger ant Knnner bulisra is one He is a man ofblud Mr Chamberlain has wrote to him saying come out and fite give up the blud of the English you have took ho is a boardutchtnan and a wickid heethin lord Kitchener has ent for his goary blud and to bring his scanderlus head dcd or alive How PATTI IDENTIFIED HERSELF On her marriage to Baron de Patti left orders ntI btlllCorardcd the postollice and asked if there were any letters for the Baroness Adelina de Cederstrum Patti Lots of them Then give them to me Have you any old letters by which I can identify you No I have nothing but my via iting curd Here it is Oh thats not enough madam any one can get visiting cards of other people If you want your mail you will have to givo me a better proof of your identity than thatA brilliant idea then struck Mad ame Patti She began to sing A touching song she chose the one beginning A voice lovingand tender and never did she put more heart into time melody And marvelous was the change as the brilliant mugic broke through the intense silence In a few minutes the quiet postoflico was filled with people and hardly hud the singer concluded the first few lines of the ballad when an old clerk came for ward and said trembling with ex citement Its Patti Putti I Theres no one but Adelina Patti who could sing like that Well are you satisfied now asked the singer of the official who had doubted her identity The only reply which he made was to goo the drawer and hand her time pile of letters Ex 1 AUTHOR OF A FAMOUS JINGLE It is singular how a piece of liter 1ary work can become worldfamed and yet tho author be almost nn known In the city of Gnlesburg III lives Mrs Julia A Carneya name perfectly unfamiliar thou ends of curs And yet from the pen of this woman came many years agoII jingle which is per haps as famoud as any ever writ ten Little drops of water Little grains of sand Make the mighty ocean And the pleasant land It is now nearly fifty years ago that Mrs Carney wrote these lines while teaching a primary school in Boston Then she was Miss Julia A Fletcher It was while writing a little article on the value of moments in a life that to illustrate t her meaning Mrs Carney uncon sciously wrote the jingle designed to live for years Without think ing that there was anything in the lines calculated to make them jamS mortal she sent them to an editor who asked her for some scrapstorfill corners In a few lines were copied broadcast over the land the Boston schools intro duced them into their books chi t dren sang them and mothers taught them Mrs Carneys Identityas their author has always been com pletcly lost Mrs Carney is a widow and resides with her oldest living son in Gllle burg 2 1jidealrnalailFy 114 iit shoelS The rArErrEcoKD atImonJIcL MRS CLflY- TfiCKETT jOPTICIAN Eyes CBflrultexamined free of charge Lay eyes Located at her home on Slate Avenue Satisfaction guaranteed For a Good Shave OR FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT OB SHAMPOO oo TO THE Parlor Barber Shop In cellar under Owingsville Banking Co Special attention paid to clean ing anti trimming ladles and cbil drons hair Work lone at your house if desired ROBEfJT JOHNSON SPRING 1900 TREESI PLANTSIiVINESI EverythIng for orchard lawn and garden The largest stock in Ken tucky of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Strawberry plants Asparagus Rhubarb and goods or dinarily in such an establish ment General Nursery and Straw berry catalogues to bo had on application to H F HILLENMFYER Lexington Gy 7 II 4 2d fi 2 2s5 8 S5 7rY It i I Owingsvllle OutlOOk OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO Publishers JOWINSVILLE j KENTUCKY N THE DEBUTANTE Here in her dainty chamber Ii tZ On the snowwhite bed it Uu The drus that brought such a cparlcl Of joy to her violet eyes t itI A wonder garment fashioned t S In yards upon yards of lace a With knots of dvery ribbon ajTofactrn the folds In placetJ1 Go lay It away forever In the sweet dead leaves of the rose t With the fan and Ihe fairy slippers The gloves and the sltkcn hose The bodice too that was fitted iI To her girlish and graceful shapesrAnd heavy with frosty 4Thelong white opera capeIFor Madge she Is done with dancing j And the pleasures and pains of life No babe shall call her mothcrtAnd no man call her parlorSil WM u I CoryritM isq s ty D ArrOon Co All rlchu ruervestCHAPTER XXIVCoxTlUlDt aborrowed an arquebus from one of my ltTflefl and the arrangement was that we were e to charge out after a volley the first shot of which I was to fire All being now ready it was only necessary for us to wait I would merely add that in order to prevent dis a IImuzzlednow a was the rustic of the leave overhead an 4 F 3 ional track amongst the dry boughs 011Isquirrel moved against them or the movement of a bores which caused a clink of a chainbit and a straining found made if by the leathers of the saddlery that was not in reality so loud as it seemed but caused Jacopo and llande Nero to scowl fiercely at s the unfortunate rider a scowl which was only equaled by their stolidly impassive faces when their own beasts sinned We had not long to rait presently we heard ii voices shouting the clatter of horses trot t ting a rapid reining in at the ascent said a number of followers and lackeys some 1 v mountedon horses others on mule with 1r led mules beside them came lat and wcntI nn heedless cf the eager fates watching them through the trees Ore or two four I horses became to uneasy that wa afraid cf immediate discovery but so occupied were the knave in babbling together all rt once I that whet with this and the thwatking of s their animals and in some eases the efforts to rentsia on we remained unnoticed Then c there was a short interval and the IIIUllenseI t vas trained to breaking point a 5 we heard the firm beat of a war hones hoof andour quarry came in view First came I 41orio Ilozardo a tall thin man capSon a mule and by his side was the commander of the escort Immediately behind were fcur I troopers then the mules with the ducats behind these again aix other lances whilst the rear wo brought tip by Lalfadorcn lackeys without sword amongst them nut what struck me almost dumb with surprise WM that the leader of the escort tvas none ether tlian DEntrangues himself There J could be no oistakc his visor was up and I 4i saw the sallow face the long red mustache and almost caught the cold glint of his cruel Mte At last 1 raised my arquebus and mytwas mifct my heart was mad within roe but my wrist was firm as steel In another moment he would be dead dead and my revenge ac complished It was already in my hand I looked aside for a second at the line of breathless faces watching me then back again to the muzzle of my weapon DEn Iranguca was now not 20 yards away 1 s tould scarcely breathe as I pointed the ar begunqpress to come across ray mind like lightning I si saw in a moment that lonely room in the Al bizzi palace where I bad kneeled to my God nd sworn to put aside my vcngcnce The weapon shook in my grasp Tire sighorc whispered Jacopo hoarsely IpWithan effort I jerked the muzzle in thc air and pulled the trigger The report was followed by four others and two of the troopers fell The next moment we were on them with a shout and there was a clash of steel as fierce blows were struck and re 0 ceived now and again a short cngry oath- S k end sometimes a cry of pain I did not want to take life but a trooper came at me so I Lad to run him through the heart and the man fell forward under Castors hoofs with t yell I shall never forget The next instant DEn ranuea and I crossed blades and I jwhether he recognized me cr not I do not but he fought with a skill and fierce ness I have never seen equaled At last I lost my temper and cut savagely at him lIe- puricds en the forte of his blade but so furious was the stroke that it broke the I weapon in his band end almost unhorsed S i him Reining back skillfully he avoided an other cut I made at him and drawing a 4 swheci lock pistol from his holster fired it 1 dme At the flesh some one I ihIc dashed between us I hearda scream which froze ths blood in me amfda body lurched forward and fell to my aide whilst a rider less hors plunged through tha press and cl galloped away I caw the light of the go Jen eerthingCOfiettini1a a the fact that a dreadful deed was done I j sprang down from Castor end raised St Anaende in mjr urns As I did this a hoarse I from my men told me the day was non but I had no ears for this no eyes for any I thing except the slight figure which lay in my arms gasping out its life ca Congratulations signore we hi ve taker the lot rnd Jacopo bleeding and dusty taf1p l ode up beside me- Atz too treat a price I groaned help l me to curry I could say no more t Here two of you secure those mulc I J llande Kere see to the wounded Queen of i giingj lfandtogether we bore our unconscious bur under the shadow of the oaks A dark kneelingdownwhilst hot tears fell from his eyes as he i 1 prayed ever her It was the abbe rpm How did this happen I asked did I 4notsay you were not to move It was done at once he answered could not prevent it alas How can I carry ArmandeSIii Jacopo had brought some clear water in his helmet I thanked him with a look and i a be stepped back leaving us three together two who were living and one who was going away I bathed the forehead and drawn lips from which flowed a thin stream of blood and as I did so her eyes opened but the film of death was on them i Di SaelliUgo and she was gone Gone lit a flash flung swiftly and fast into eternity struck down perhaps unwit tingly by the arm which should have been pi I s ii shield to her I have often wondered if DEntranguea ever knew who fell to his 3i pistol shot It be did God pity him In the cne glimpse I caught of his white face ash 11lmrq swung round and rode off I thought I saw k9ga look of horror But everything went so em quickly that then 1 had no time to think now I can recall but the end 1o JToher dead lips Carillon pressed his crucifix into her aetd ears be mumbled prayers 4 tIknelt tearless and prayerless betide him thinking only of the great love that had laid down a life One by one my men stole op and stood in s cLSthalf circle leaning on the crogsbandles of their swords over which the grim beards i laces looked down on usin pity l Ap1Ea1dvtilyCn1lon raised his crucifix aloft irrtJ rq t- v O i t ICA wp My Fattier be cried receive her soul And some one taid softly Airm- enCllPTER XXmTIlE VKNGEANCi OK COUTH We buried our dead mill madame slept beneath the ilex in the courtyard at the castle below the north wall Over tier name Uss grave we raised a rude cross and after waq done Carillon bailc me farewell He ss going he said to hear the story to St AnuaiidV nwlwhen he reached it wit here was sorrow iu the 1icard chateau w hence madame took her cimc It w s with heart of lead that I rode into SativfcrrjXo end there as arranged made over my pttlc o Harkvood The tale of the lucats nis complete and the Englishman giving me lay quittance held out his hand saying bluntly wronged you li Savclli but know now We all know for llayard has told us I hesitated Many memories came to me od thcfc was hitter resentment in my soul ht1all been too ready to believe They iul lluiig me forth as a timing too vile to touch and nowit vi r Msy matter to hold ont a hand to say am JT to- hink tint a civil word wvV cal a fcJcoiil wound The kind world WPS going tc friveInc because it had wronged as wax however it was the world mill timings lad tirade me a little humble Alter all if ths positions were reversed if I stood in Hawkwoods pncc and he iu mine how should I have acted I would not like to sayS Come saul llawkwood let the past bo covered Come ckwe want you As you will and I tool his grasp will come back in a little time Till then adieuGoodby and we larlc1IFive minutes later I was spurring to inure my following nt my heels It was n manner putting my neck on the block for Uozardo was probably making way thither with all speedmini doubtlnw lIntrangucs as well Kccosnition was almost but risk or no nsk I was bound to ee the cardinal and tell him my task was Little did I think however as Cos on bore me with his long easy gallop across the oak forests of the Xcra that time face ofj attain in Home had been chnngcd in an hour antI that hail I so wished might hare in safety proclaimed what hud done from the very house tops As we came nearer the city it was evident that there was mine great commotion within for from every quarter pillars of thin wnoke rose up in spiral column nnd then spreading out like fan hung sullenly in the yellow of the sun et It was clear that houses were burning nu1Fwohls were out We soon began to meet parties of fugitives hurrying from time city and making nrnv country in all di icolions They avoided us like tIme pligue arid time more glint of cur onus wassullicicnt to make them scatter to right and left kay ing such property as they liot bear with them to the tender mercies of the roadside Some of my men were eager to ride after the runaways and question t hem but I forbade this knowing we should heir soon enough anti that if there wine danger it would be lost to hold together 9er Itaceo anti lacopo riding up beside pointed ta a black cloud which slowly rose anti settled above the vineyards of the imrUn lullrve hail best go with a leaden hoot excellency There ill n devils carnival in Iomo or I am foresworn At this juncture we turned an abrupt car ncr of the road coming upon a crowd of fugitives who seemed to IIi running for vards wring little where they went so hey put a distance between them amid Ihatl Amongst the throng was a figure I nixed and in a mean hat mounted on a II mule which was weired whim an ihatinatofit and refused to budge although roundly thwacked I saw the cardinal of Struouia Bidding Jacopo keep the men together I lode up to him and asked IIlike And she was end the click he bore dropped from hiainnd tin doubt much to the satisfaction of the mule At first he was unable to speak for my words teemed to fill time man with terror end had to repent the uclion before he stammered out 1ou are mistaken sir 18111110 eminence tint a peer brother of Mount Carmel on my way to Foligno out of this hell behind me and he gaaced over his shoulder towards Home I see I answered with a smile but if the roor brother of fount Ccrnicl will look more comely at me he will see a friend In short your eminence I am Oi SavcIi- Cor o di IJaceo I mean our Lady lie thanked And so it is you cavaliere Take my adnce nnd turn your hors s head to Foligno On beast and he kicked at the mule which moved not an inch I am for Rome your eminence but what has happenedOb I had a horse he ned1 What has happened Everything has hap pened Alcxaudcr is dead or dying Cesaro deed they say and burning in hades by this Orsini and Colonna ct the old game of hammer and tongs And the cardinal DAmbose Safe enough I believe as the Orsini hold the Borgo and have declared for France Trust me your reverence you will be safer in Rome than out of it The whole country wiil rise at the news and the habit of Iount Carmcl will not save the cardinal cf Strigonia Turn backwith ire and I will escort ycu to the Palazzo Corneto To maLe a short story DKste agreed after a little persuasion and the mule was kind enough to amble back very willingly to Rome Wo placed his eminence in the cen tcrof our troops anti went onivardtf entering the city by the IontaPineiana riding along leisurely in the direction of S Trinita di Monti and thcnre straight on towards the liipclta It was a work of no little danger to make this last passage for everywhere bands of plunderers were engaged in GUtting the bouses many of which were in lames and vrc continually came across dead bodies or ted houses from which we heard shrieks of agony We could help no one- It was all we could do to keep our own heads on our shoulders but by dint of shouting A Colonna with the Colcnna anti Orsini Orsini with their rivals and sometimes hitting a shrewd blow or two we crossed the lUpctta and in a few minutes were safe in the Palazzo Comcto Here we were received by Le acre comforted the trembling Strigonia withlhe assurance that an excellent supper awaited him informin me almost in the same breath that DAmboIse was in the Vatican I lost no time in repairing thither which I didon foot accompanied by Jacopo alone cud made my way without met or hmdranc to the Torre Borgia Here everything was in the wildest confusion and the Spanish soldiers of the pope were plundering right and left I stumbled across Do Lcyva who with a few men at back was trying to main tain order He gladly accepted the offer of my sword and we did what we could to pre vent the wholesale robbery from going on In a brief interval of rest I askedIDo you know where In the Sistine chapel with halfadozen others De Brieonnct guards time entrance And Alexander Dead or dying I do not even know where is is Don Michele has seized as much as he can and carrying Ccsarc on a litter has escaped to Ostia Then Casare is not dead Xo Cross of St James see that and he pointed to a reeling drunken crowd full withwine and plunder who pureed by u with yells into the great receptionrooms Followed by time few men who remained steady De Leyva dashed after them 8ndI with Jacopo nt my teels I made for vm lt lii 0 iiJ Sistine chapel t rcsflwl the Praia lUgiv cml although knew the R iriccha rl war but a few feet distant yet owing to darkness that prevailed missed the way lacopo was of course unable lo help me Groping onwards we came to a small hour and pushing it found it to open easily It led into a narrow vaulted passage where the darkness was as ifa velvet curtain of black hung before us do not like tIme look of this excellency saul Jatopo as w halted in front of time door Keep a drawn sword answered anti follow me- We could only go in single file anti picked our way with time grcmtes cart our ftring lag ir tIe stone hour Fxrept for this till silnuu cds iteiVC and we could hear no sound of tht defiltry outside The passage continued until we almost ball to think it had no end Itt at last time darkness gave way to a semigloom and a fainl liar of light gleamed ahead of us Al this we increased our paCt finding a sharp corner a litle lie yoncl which rose a winding Ilight of stairs ending before a halfopen door through which the dim light camc put my foot on the lit of time steps mill was about lo as cruil when we were startled by hearing uii c mortal agony followed by a laugh Tf wild ann illI exultant amid yet rn fuller njliec thai rhillcd us to time hone llcal1 lliici1 IhetoICIIIIIlowlIt- he ussige bchini until vhe horrid cadence became fainter niui fainter dually dying away into the Mack daiVress God save us exclaimed lacopo it is a fiend laughing its way to hell He went cm with chattering teeth to idjtire me to go no further but i tossing my self bade him be silent and stepped for wards Since that moan of agony und ten able laugh of triumph there was no sound and I could almost hear my hoarl Inviting as I reached time door lacopo had nerved him self to follow me and mtotmtljuie anti trem bling it my shoulder his sword quivering in his shaking hand Iwas myself not lice from fear for no man may combat with spirits hut after a moments hesitation looked cautiously in slur before me a room of great size dimly lighted by Iwo tail can dles burning on each side of a massive tied stead on which lay a man bound anti writh ing in the throes of death The light though faint around the room fell full on the lace of tic man anti horribly as the features were changed distorted as thoy were saw they were those of Alexander mul that he was in his last agony alone and friendless in spcndid Kikico Vet not alone there was another figure in the room As looked it Klptcd out of time gloom of the rich curtains a the window Mill standing over the bed Kugluil ngnin that terrible laugh of devilish jtiy At he sound time dying milan moaned Mirotigh lila black foaniclollicd Iianl Vorle for it was hr bent over time bollIn1 mocked him- Koderigo Borgia Vicar of Christ hell yaims for you but a few moments Borgia Inn a few moments of life think you that you suffer now There is more coming lings I even cannot dream of In the face of Alexander tame so awful a look of entreaty that I could bear it no longer stepped into the room and putting my hand en Cortes shoulder said Come let him die in peace lIe turned on me with a snarl but recos nmng me laughed again Ha ha Let him die in peace Why man you sin her the and can say this But he is going too his week since hit doctor Matthew Corte bled him for an agut und touched him with a little knife jut a 1ttle pin prick He began to the then hell is not yet hot enough for him lie diet in too much peace Why my dog died in more agony But he has felt something Jcc thoSlorn curtains See timis disordered room lie tore those curtains in hisniad ness He bit nt time wood of time chairs he howled like a thug the moon and they tied him here and left him alone watch I will let him die in peace Ha ha It io good I do not want him to die yet give lam food and he lives In a little while perhaps he will tile But in peace ha ha I could nlmost tile with laughter when heat that It is too good Hn ha I saw it was hopeless to do anything with Corte and the pope was beyond repair might have cut down the madman but it would have served no purpose For a mi mcnt I thought I would pass my sword through the Borgia and free him from jam It woulq have be n mercy hut luckily ha sense to restrain myself Again Alexander deserved his fate and a few min lilts more or less would make no difference So 1 left the wretch to die the death of a dog that befitted lila life and turning on my heel went back through the passage Jacopo heaved a sigh ofrelief as we came out and I fcit a different man aa ran dawn the steps of time Scala Icgia Here I met with DC Ixyxa again and told him what had seen Tile Camerlcngo hasjust gone to him he answered referrins to time pope and you have missed UAmboise lie has returned to the Palazzo Ccnicto Ian do nolhin lure and am going myself Do you walk or ride I have no horse Walk I answered and the Spaniard linked his arm in mini as followed by Jacopo vc took our way lack to the cardinals house On reaching there I sought DAmloise at once lie had heard of my arrival and was owaitinginc Aflcra brief greeting told hire his business was done and handed hint the quittance I had received from Hawkwood lIe was mightily pleased as may be im agined I felt it my duty to inform him ol the death of St Armsndc telling him lion it occurred without in any way disclosing my knowledge of time secret lie was much affected It ia sari business he said hut we have other thinps to think of now Mon Dicu mon Uicu And to this day am unaware if he knew or not But time night was not yet over amid late as it was there were yet things to be done About midnight we heard that Alcxandei was dead and a few minutes later Genii Orsini hurried to the cardinal They held n hasty council and DC Brieonnct anti were summoned sews had come that Ccsare had not yet left Ostia that he was too ill to travel ned DAmboisc and Orsini resolved on a bold stroke It was nothing less than time capture of Borgia Orsini offered to lend bntes for the purpose but a leader war wanted He could not go himself as his archenemy Fabrizio Colonna held all Botnt on time left bank of the Tiber and was in sufficient force to make a dash for the Borgo at any moment The short of it was that at the cardinals recommendation received the command anti about two in the morning set out for Ostia If the ships Cesaro had hired had arrived the matter was ended and we could do nothing but if not there was every chance of lila surrendering without a blow as although he had about men with him they were not to hs relied on ex cept time halfdozen cutthroats who fortrrd his i crsonal guard and who might be trusted to fight to the last The luck which hail followed me so far favored me agiin and pressing on as fast as our horses could bear us we came up with the fugitives in time early morning Only one ship too small to hold all had come and they were crowded en the banks of the Tiber making every cf fort to embark Time river shore was strewn theIconfusion took place on our arrival lime fhip was drawing up to the quay and we 1coultl see the litter of the Borgia surrounded by the few men who meant to fight The affair was over in five minutes and Cenare was my prisoner Seeing how matters stood the master of the ship anchored in midstream heedless of the yells and exe- crations of the followers of the Borgia who were not spared by my men Indeed I bad great difficulty in keeping Cesaro from harm lie was in truth very ill but was able to gasp out aa he yielded Mnldetlo It is my fate 1 had pre pared for everything except being ill He then lay back in his litter and spoke no more TO BE CONTINUED Woman Wit The French ambassador of the day complained to a bright English woman of hgh rank because her country failed to intervene in the FrancoPrussian war ending his diatribe with the re mark After all it wu lo be expected We used to tbinkyou were a nation ot shopkeepers and now we know you IIare And we said she used to 1tJliulc time French a nation of coldera and now we know they are notX Y Post 9 r H I 41i LIVING IN CIIIUST Dr Talmage Speaks of the Benefits of a Religious Existence lion II 5tile its Devttlrr tin 1llhr Irntl teal lUllKliui iii Vrliml- uf Longevity iijicluf lIrtfly lIft Copyright Ittfl h Iouls Klopjoli This MTiiiun of Dr Talmage pre siMits gospel for tins life as well as the next and shows what rolijjion IotI for the irtiloiiK mu of tathIJtxist ence text Isiilm Xti 10 With long life will satisfy him Throufjli till mi 1aKe of its fritmis religion has been cii icily associated with sieklieils mill graveyards TIlt whole subject to many people is odor ous with chlorine and carbolic acid There arc people who cannot pro iioll net the word religion without bearing in it time clipping chi el of the toinbMoiic cutter It is high time that this thing were changed and that religion instead of being represented asi hearse to carryomit till dead should l c represented as a chariot in which the living are lo triumph Keligion so far from subtracting from ones vitality is a glorious addi tion It is sanitivc curative hygienic It is good for the eyes good for tIlt oars good for the spleen good for the digestion good lime the nerves good for tIll muscles Vhen David in another part of the Palms prays that religion be dominant he docs not speak of it as a mild sick ness or an emancipation or an attack of moral nnd spiritual cramp He speaks of itns time saving health of all nations while Jod in the texlI promises longevity to tilt pious say ing With long life will I satisfy him The fact is that men and women die too FOOD It is high time that re ligion joined time hand of medical sci ence in attempting to improve human longevity Adam lived tmo years Methuselah lived lifiJ years As late in the history of tire world as Vespa sian there were at one time in his em pin 15 people 135 years old So far down as time sixteenth century 1clerI Car tan tiled at 1S5 years of age I do not say that religion will ever tike the raCt back to antediluvian longev ity hut I do say that time length of hu man life will be greatly improved It is said in Isaiah Ixv Time chill shall die a hundred year old Vov if according to Scripture time chill is to be a hundred years old may not the men and women reach to 300 and 400 and The fact is that we are mere dwarfs and skele tons compared with sonic of time erations that are to come Take the African race They have been under bondage for centuries Jive them a chance and they develop a Tonssaint IOiivertnrc And if the white race shall be brought out from the serf dom of fin what shall be the body What shall be the soul Ji ion has only just touched our world Cisc it full power for a few centuries and who can tell what will be the strength of man and time beauty of woman and the longevity of all My design is to show that practical religion is the friend of longevity I prove it first from the fact that it makes the care of your health n posi tire Christian duty Whether we shall keep early or late hours whether we shall take food digestible or indigesti tIle whether tJere small bejhorough or inconlpletc mastication are questions very often referred to the realm of whimsicality but the Christian man lifts this whole proolcm of health into the accountable nnd the divine lie says God has given me this body and be has called it time temple of the Holy Ghost and to deface its altars or mar its walls or crumble its pillars is a Cloddefying sacrilege lie sees Gods caligraphy in every pageairn- totrucai and physiological He says Cod has given me a wonderful hotly for noble purposes That arm with 32 curious bones wielded by Ifi Ill riaus muscles nirciall under time btnino telegraphy 350 pounds of blood rushing through the heart every hour the heart in 24 hours heating 100000 times during the same time the lungs taking in 37 hogsheads of ali and nil this mechanism not more mighty than delicate and easily dis turbed and demolished The Christian man an to himself If I hurt my mrnsiC I hurt my brain if I hurt any of my physical faculties I insult Cod nnd call for dire retribution Why did God tell the Levitcs not to otter to Him in sacrifice animals imperfect and diseased lIe meant to tell us in all the ages that we rite lucifer to God our very best physical condition rind a nan who through irregular or glut tonous eating ruins his health is not offering to Cod such a sacrifice Why did Paul write fur his cloak at Troas Why should such a great man as 1aul be anxious about a thing so insignifi cant as an overcoat It was because he knew that with pneumonia and rheumatism he would not be worth half as much to Cod and the church as with respiration easy and foot free An intelligent Christian man would consider it an absurdity to kneel down at night and pray and ask Gods protection while at the same time be kept the windows of his bedroom tight shut against fresh air He would just as soon thumb of going to tIre top of his house and leaping off and then pray ing to God to keep him from getting hurt Just us lorg as you refer this whole subject of physical health to the realm of whimsicality or to the paftry cook or to tint butcher or to the baker or to time apothecary or lo time clothier you are not acting like a Christian Tale care of all your physical forces nervous muscular bone brain cellular tissue for all you must be brought to judgment Smoking your nervous system into fidgets burning out tire coating of your stomach with wine logwooded anti strychnined walkng with thin shoes to make your feet look delicate pinched at the waist until you are nigh cut in two and neither part worth anything groaning about sid headache and palpitation of the heart which you think came Irons God when they came from your own folly What right has any man or woman to deface time ttmple of the Holy Ghost What is the car Why it is the whispering gallery of the human soul What is the eye It is the ob servatory Goth constructed its tele scope sweeping time heavens So won derful are these bodies that God names his own attributes mullet dif ferent parts of them His Jniscience il is Cods eye ills omiMuresence It is Gods car His omnipoUnee it is Gods arm 1ic uphoMcry of thr midnight heavens it Is time work of Gods fingers His life hiJ1g power rt Is the breath of the Almighty His dominion the government hall be iiin his shoulder A bcily so divine ly honored and HI iliviiely constructed let us be careful not to alnue it c iJ n When it becomes a Christian duty to take cart of your health is not the whole tendency toward longevity If I tosa my watch about recklessly and drop it on time pavement and wind it up any time of day or night hap a pen to think of it and often let it run down while you are careful with your watch mill never obtuse it arid wind it up just at the same hour every night mill put it in a place where it will not sllTer from the violent changes of atmophere which watch will last the longer Common sense answers Now the human body is Cods watch You iec the fat of the watch hilt the beating of the heart is tilt ticking of the watch Oh lie careful and do not let il run down Again remark that practical re ligion is a fhmlu longevity in tin fact that it is a protest against dissi pations which injure and destroy the health Had men and women live a very short life Their sins kill them know hundreds of good old men limit do not know half a doen bad old men Why They did not get old Lord llyron died at MissoloiTghi at years of age himelf his own Ma eppa his unbridled passions tilt horse that dashed vtith him into the desert Kdgar A 1tlhcl at iaitimnre at US years of age The black raven hat alighted on the bust above lila cham her door was delirium tremcns Only Iliis ami lung more Napoleon Uonaparlc Iicd only just beyond midlife then died at SI Helena and out of his doctors said tlitit his disease was induced by ex cessive snnlling The hero of Anster litz the man who by one step of his foot in the center of Knrope shook the earth killed by a snuff box Oh how many people e have known who have not lived out half their slays because of their dissipations mill in dulgences Now practical rel rjon is a protest against all dissipation of any kind lint you say professors of re ligion have fallen professors of re ligion have got drunk professors of religion have misappropriated trust funds professors of religion have ab sconded Yes butt they threw away their religion before they did their morality If a man on a White Start line steamer bound for Liverpool in niidUIantic jumps overboard and is drowned is that anything against the While Star lines capacity to take time man across the ocean And if a man jumps over the gunwale of his nell gion and goes down never to rise is that any reason for your believing that religion has no capacity to tale the man dear through In the one case if he had kept to the steamer his hotly would have been saved in the other trasc if he hind kept to lairs roll gion his morals would have been saved There are aged people who would lucre been dead 2 3 years ago limit for the defenses and the equipoise of religion You have no more natural reI sistance than hundreds of people who lie in the cemeteries todayslain by their own vices The doctors made their cast as kind and pleasant as they could and it wns called conges tion of the brain or something else but tIlt snakes and the blue flits that seemed to crawl over the pillow in the sight of time delirious patient showed what was time matter with him You the aged Christian man walked along by that unhappy on until you conic jto tim golden pillar of the Christian life You went to tile right he went to the left That is nil the difference iutwcen you Oh if this religion is protest against all forms of dissipa tin thou it is ait illustrious friend of Irfngevity With long life will I sat isfy him Again religion is a friend of bogey ity in the fact that it takes till worry but of our temporalities It is not Work that kills men it is worry When a man become a genuine Chris tian be makes slyer to God not only bib affections but Ida family his busi ness his repuitat Eon lila body his mind his soul everything Indus trious he will be lint never worrying because joel is managing his affairs How can he worry about business when in answer to his prayers God tells him when to buy and when to sell anti if he gain that is best and if be lose that is best Suppose you bad a supernatural neighbor who came in anti sail Sir I want you to call on me in every cxi gency am your fast friend I could fall lack on 20000000 I can fore see a panic ten years I hold the lOn trolling stock in M of the best mone tory institutions of this country whenever you mire in any trouble call on me and will help you you can have my money and yon can have my influence here is my hand in pledge of it How much would you worry about business Why you would say 11tlo tIme best I can and then Ill depend on my friends generosity for the rest Now more than that is promised to every Christian business man God says to him I own New York and London and St Petersburg and Peking anti Australia and California are mine I can foresee a panic a thousand years I have all the re sources of tilt universe and I am your fast friend when you get in business trouble or any other trouble call on me and I will help you lien is my hand in pledge of omnipotent deliverance How much should that man worry Not much What lion will dare to put his paw on that Dan iel Is there not rest in this Is there unIt an eternal vacation in this Oh yon say here is a man who asked God for n blessing in a certain enterprise and he lost 5000 in it ICxplain that 1 will Yonder is a factory and out wheel is going north and till outer wheel is going south ouch OUt wheel play laterally and the other plays vertically I go to the manufacturer mind Inay 0 manu facturer your muiaeimiimer is a contra diction Wb do Jounotmakt nil the wheels go one way Well he says I make them to go in opposite direc tions on purpose mind they produce tIm right result You go downstairs and examine the carpets we are turn ing out in this establishment and you will see I go down on the other floor and Isee the carpets and am obliged to confess that though the wheels in that factory go in opposite directions they turn out a beautiful result and while I am standing there looking at the exquisite fabric an old Scripture passage comes into my mind All things work together for good to them who love tml Is there not rest in that Is there not tonic in that Is there not longevity in that Suppose man is all the time worried about his reputation One man says lie lies another says he is stupid another says he is dishonest and half a doen printing establishments attack him end be is in a great stats of excitement and worry and fume and carnot steel Hut religion comes to him and says Man God is on your side He will take care of your reputation If God be with you who can be against you How much should that man worry about his reputation Not tiuvb If t 7 t tc s0f L that broker who some ycavu ago in Wall street after he had lot money sat down and wrote a farewell letter to his wife before he blew his brains out if instead of taking out of his pocket pistol he hail taken out a wellread New Testament there would have been one less suicide O nervous mimi feverisha peojlc of the world try this Almighty n sedative You will live 2 years longer n under its soothing power It inol 8 choral that you want or morphine that I you want It is the Gospel of Jesus Christ With long 111 sill satisfthim Again practical religion is a friend of longevity in time fad that it removes all corroding canvahoiit a future ex istence Kvery man wants to know what is In beeome of him If you get on board a rail train you want to know at what depot it is going to stop If you get on board a ship you want to know into what harborit is going to run and if you should tell me you have no interest in what is to be your future destiny would in as polite a way as I knoiv Itll you did not believe you He fore had this matter settled with reference to my future existence the question almost worried me into muuitmeell health The anxieties men have upon this subject put together would make a martyrdom This is n state of awful unhcalthiness There mini people who fret themselves to death for fear of dying I want to take tIme strain off omiri nerves and time depression olT your and I make two or thrice experiments Kxperiment time first When you go omit of this world it does not make any dif crones whether you haic been good or hal or whether yon believed truth or error you will go straight to glory Impossible you say My common Ecnseas well as my religion teaches that the bad and the good cannot live to gether forever You give me 110 com fort in that experiment Kxperiment the second When you leave this world you will go into an intermediate state where you get eoimmert eti and pre pared for Heaven Impossible you 503mis the tree falleth so it must lie and I cannot postpone to an intermedi ate state that reformation which ought to have been effected in this stateIKxperiment the third There is no fit une world When a man dies that is time last of him Do not worry about what you arc to do in a future state of being yon small not do anything fm possible you say There is soirc Ihing that tells me that death is not the appendix hilt the preface there is something that tells me that on this side of the gnive I only get started and that 1 shall go oil forever l3Ito think sa 1 forever my say forever lilY capacity to enjoy or suffer forevertWell you defeat me hi my three ex periments have oumlyomre more to make anti if you defeat me in that I am exhausted A mighty one on a knoll lack of Jerusalem one day the skies filled with forked lightnings mind till earth filled with volcanic disturbances turned His pale anti agonized face to ward tIme Heavens and said I take till sins nnd sorrows of the ages into my own heart I am time expiation Wit ness earth and H aIn anti hell I am the expiation And the hammer struck Him and the spears punctured him and Heaven thundered The wages of sin is death The soul that sinnctb it small die I will by no means clear the guilty Then IIllrej was silence for half an hour anti the lightnings were drawn back into tile scabbard of tIme sky and the earth ceased to quiver and all tire colors of time mt4 began to shift themselves into a rainbow woven out of the falling tears ofj Jesus and there was red as of the Z bloodshouling anti there was blue as of life bruising and there was green as of time Heavenly foliage and there was or image as of time day dawn And along llie line of the blue I saw time words I was bruised for their iniquities And along the line of time red I saw the words The blood of Jesus Christ cleanscth from all sin And along the line of tire green I saw time words Time leaves of time tree of life for the healing of the nations And along the line of the orange I saw time words The day spring from on high math visited us Anti then I sow time storm was over oath time rainbow rotc bigbcrand higher until it seemed retreating to another Heaven and planting one column of its colors on one side the eternal hill and planting the other column of its colors en time other side the eternal hill it rose upward and upward arid behold there wns a rainbow about the throne Accept that sacrifice arid quit worry hug Take the tonic time inspiration time longevity of this truth Iteligion is sunshine that is health Keligion is fresh air and pure water they are healthy Keligion is warmth that it healthy Ask all the doctors anti they will tell you that a quiet conscience rued pleasant anticipations are hygienic otTer your perfect pee now anti here muter What do 3OIi want in the fatuni world Tell me and you shall have it Orchards There are the trees with 12 manner of fruits yielding fruit every month Water scenery There is time river of life from under the throne of God clear as crystal ninth the sea of glass mingled with fire Do you want music There mire time oratorio of the Creation led on by Adam and the oratorio of time lied Sea led on by Moscsand the oratorio of time Messiah led on by St Paul while tire aihangcl with swinging baton control the 144 000 who make Iii tIme orchestra Do you want reunion There mire your dead children waiting to kiss you waiting to embrace you waiting to twist garlauds in your hair You have liven accustomed to open tire door on this side time scpulcher I open the door on the other side of time sepulcher You have been accustomed to walk in tile wet grass on time top of the jrravc show you time underside of tlc rnve The bottom has fallen out arid time long ropes with which time pallbearers let down your dead let them clear through into Heaven Glory be to God for this robust healthy religion It will have u tendency to make you live long in this world anti in the world to come you will have eternal life With long life will I satisfy him DEWEY POSES AS A MODEL Yrk tciiliitor Wimu is takIng ii llfrSUcil Hunt of the Hero of Manila tiny Part of Admiral Deweys mornings while ii New York recently were spent in time studio of James E Kelly sculptor at IIS West liflyseventh street He sat there for hours while Sculptor Kelly punched gouged anti coaxed a lug mass of clay that some day is to be a lifesiid bustof thehero of Manila Mrs Dewey sat patiently with time admiral and otfered Iron time to time many hum is to both artist and model Deweys bust when completed will be in broie arid tvl go to Cut Jerome Wheeler of Manitou Col Mr Wheeler has ordered 40 bronze portrait tablets and busts of men cele brated in the nations history from Sculptor Kelly via lms bfcn cngagetS on the work furcrraS tarS FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS First Senlon g Washington Feb liS nate The 101Towing bills were pamiset To enlistment In time navy br providing sue- esatul c applicants with nn t J13 time president to nomi ate Brevet MaJ Alexander StewartbWebb on the retired list of the lieutenant colonel to authorize lion A Handy at present minister to Greece and Servla to accept the deco ration tendered him by the Bhah of Per sia to authorize the following naval of to accept orders and decorationsm tendered to them by the Venezuela Hear Adm W T Sampson Capta H C Taylor F A Cook D Slfrs u bee K K Chadwlck and C F Goodrich Commanders W W Mead J II Dayton F M Symonds and C C Todd granting permission for the erection of a bronze Ktatue in Washington In honor of Gen Francis a Spinner late treasurer of the United States ansi appropriating JiKM for a pedestal for the preservation of the frigate Constitution the measure provid ing that the ship should be restored as nearly as possible to Its original condition House The 35 private pension bills fa vorably acted upon by time committee of the whole at List Friday nights session were passed A resolution to print 1500J copies of the reports of the Philippine commission was adopted lOris were in troduced as follows Providing for the erection In of a statue of Lincoln anti appropriating JjOOWH for the purpose prohibiting corporations trusts etc from contributing to campaign funds for Influencing or intimidating em ployes providing for a commission to ad ust the Indebtedness of the Central branch of the Union Pacific railroad to the government an amendment to the Interstate commerce law as to give the commission greater powers prohibiting the transportation of convictmade goods Washington Feb K Senate The finan chat debate was continued Two great speeches one In favor of the pending senate substitute measure and the other n opposition to It were delivered and both were listened to by senators wan close attention The first was delivered by Mr Allison la the ranking member of the finance committee who presented his answers to the points raised against the pending senate bill Mr Jones Nev declared that the bill was vicious anti un warranted conferring too great power upon national banks and fastening the country to a golden currency lie ills cussed the question from a historical and philosophical viewpoint House The members of the New York delegation held a meeting as soon as they were apprised of Representative Chlcker Ings death arid appropriate resolutions were drafted for presentation to the house The dead members desk was ilrapcd anti wreathed in flowers when the house met at noon Mr Payne N T then made the announcement of Mr ChlckerlngH aeath As a further mark of respect the house adjourned at 123 Washington Feb 11SenateThe rou tine business was brief Immediately aft er It was concluded the financial bill was presented by the chair and after oclock the debate proceede1 under the ten min ite rule anti at times became spirited and Interesting A test vote indicating ap proximately the majority on the passage of the bilk was taken Mr Chandler rep N IL offered an amendment to authorize the president to appoint corn missioners to army bimetallic conference that might be ratted and it was defeated by n vote of 43 to II House The house entered upon time eon sideration of the executive legislative and judicial appropriation bill Before Mr Hcmenway IndV who was In charge of the bin called It up the reports on the contested election case of Aldrich vs Rob bins from the Fourth Alabama district were submitted The majority in favor of tire contestant anti the minority n favor of the sitting member No action was taken Washington Feb Senate The sea passed the gold currency bill by the decisive majority of 46 to Only two of the amendments were adopted viz One uttered by the finance committee keeping the door open to International bimetallism anti one by Mr Nelson of Minnesota providing for national banks with IC5000 capital in town of riot over 1000 TIme bill as passed provides thattime dollar of S S10 grains of gold nine tenths tine shall bo the standard unit of value anti that all forms of United States mooney shall be maintained at a parity with it anti that treasury notes and greenbacks shall be redeemable In gold House The house completed 35 of the lit pages of the legislative executive and judicial appropriation bill without amend ment During the general debate a va riety of topIcs were touched upon Mr Boutelle 1111 Mr Mters Ind anti Mr Showalter Pa discussed the Philippine question Mr Grosvenor O and Mr Gil lette Mass civil service reform Mr Drlggs N Y pensions and Mr Under wood Ala his resolution to repeal the fifteenth amendment to the constitution Washington Feb 16 Senate Consider ation of the financial measure having been concluded discussion of the rhlllpplne question was resumed in the senate Mr McKnery dem iJi strongly opposed the permanent acquisition of Islands and United States ought to re linquish them as soon as the authority of this country hail been asserted Mr Stew amt took a pronounced position in favor of possestonsThe bill providing a form of government JVjr the territory of Hawaii was read but tyryoml that formality nothing was done House At the opening of the session Mr ISennctt the secretary of the senate announced to the house the passage ot the currency bill by the senate Mr Over street Ind who had charge of the house bill asked unanimous consent that the senate amendments be disagreed to anti time house agree to n conference There was no objection antI It was so ordered The house then went Into committee of the whole antI resumed the consideration of the legislative appropriation bill By a vote of 75 to tin provision for the civil service commission was stricken out The house wilt reverse this action as usual on nn anti no vote After 76 pages of the bill had been disposed of the committee nrope The night session for pensions was postponed until Monday night Washington Feb 17 Senate Not In session House After an nil days debate the legislative appropriation bill was passed without division The amendment sink lug out time provisions for the civil service commission was defeated by a vote of 77 to lil The following bills were Intro duced Authorizing the appropriation of JW30i1i for the Improvement of Lorain harbor In consonance with time original estimates Instead of J600000 ns appro priated by congress on the report of the rivers maid harbors committee to pen sion ElIza A Lake widow of J N Lake Company II 93d Ohio volunteers at 3 a month to pension Stephen J Watts Company C 6th Kentucky Infant ry at S30 n month Senator Klklii Injured Washington Feb 19 Senator El kins of West Virginia fell on the icy sidewalk near tine capUol during time snow storm Saturday afternoon sums taining bruises about the body anti a general shakeup The attending phy sician savs his condition is not serious lliiil n Narrow Kncnpe From Death Columbus O Feb 19State Rail way Commissioner Kaylcr rind his wife were nearly asphyxiated by es caping fumes from a natural gas fur nace They were found unconscious amid Mrs Kayler is still in danger from tire inhalation of the deadly gas Illvcr Strainer Sunk Kosedale Miss Feb 10The steamer New Mottle of Memphis sprung a leak anti sank near the month of White river Two Negro deck bands were drowned The gen eral merchandise portion of the cargo is a total loss No estimate of the property loss is given TIle HlKhe t IVrrr UecordeJ Whitehall Ni Feb 13Thu water in Lake Champlain is a foot above tine highest unmark ever recorded There are numerous washouts on the Delaware fe Hudson road The Roof Collapsed Joliet HI Feb 13One workman was killed two badly injured and sew eral others slightly hurt Wednesday by the collapse of the heavy sheet iron roof covering time east bouse of the Illinois Steel Cos plant here Twenty workmen are thought to be buried in the debris Xlne IrlnonrrK Escape From Jail ColTeyrille Kan Feb 14Nine of the 11 prisoners confined in time city jail csrapinl about midnight Thsy crawled through a hole in time wall from which they pried a stone Timi linte ork to Start Up Pittsburgh 1a Fell 11The Mo nongahela tin plate works anti the Star tin plate works both owned by the American Tin 1Iate Co which have been closed for two months will resume operations on February SO The two employ over 1000 men Iiitcimely ColtS In London London Feb 14lime storm thai commits up yesterday developed into a blizard It is intensely cold in Lou don and reports of severe weather are coming in from parts of the United Kingdom 0 Barnnele on Ocean Cable Therecentinvestigations for cable layingfas the Pacific Ocean 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onl the Havana Limited When at t S eorgetown tin rnndnetor loll her he would not stop the train at this lIar mill hat if hwellt over the road farther she voulil le compelled to pay fare for extra diMianee she Sinle She was left at fieogetown without 31 cent of money where the hntl to re inaij over night borrowing money from strangers to pay her hotel Mil flie court allowed 1000 damages hilt her attorneys got the amount changed to SI Jo so that the niilroad company could not tsikc it to the court of ap b l cals A MONUMENT STOLEN It TVaM Ircclril Yearn AKO In flue- Sleiuory of VIIIInni Taylor Unr 1Iat I rxtiict tt Ky jlexiiiglon Ky Feb 1GTue monu was erected to the l memory of illinm Taylor Harry in till court house yard by the county of Fayctte has been stolen When the new court house was built itwas taken down and it was the intention i to replace it at another point in the yard but sonic ont stole the stones a lfewnights ago and they have just missed 3 Harrywas a menitar of the legisla hire speaker of the house secretary of state member of congress United States senator postmaster general a a under Jackson and minister to Spain 4 under Jackson lie was lioni in Yir ji ginia in 17S and died in Liverpool while on his way to Spain in 1S33 q =Uctectlvcn Worklnc on n Clew Kiclimond Ky Feb lflIt is stated tin good authority that detectives have been here for the past two days quiet t ly working on a clew which it is be lieved will lead to the arrest here of ine or snort olls who know more 9 nbont the assassination of Mr Goebel than theyeare to make public Theb huelljgave au ikteetiresato and rumors current s4irrest hen would cause no surprise t Olrltrntrcl tier IO1 Illrtlnlny Lexington Ky Feb bhlolly loud Graves celebrated her 103d Iiirthday anniversary She was born Keren miles from Lexington on Cane 3nn creek Her grandfather was Maj Thomas Graves of the staff of Gen I Lafayette during the revolution She eyesightpOf 13 chi1rcn- hnt two are living One son who was cashier of tIle City National bank Jicre died two years ago Qnnrrrlrtl Alioiit Craiio tuubiur I0 16lniflia1 1iotdR driver for the Louisville Co vrau shot through the L Jeft lung by ThoR llorson a driver for t Ihe same company The affray oc curred at the stnbles There had been i a cjuarrel on account of a crap game nnd llorson claims Ilradford was ad yancinr on him with n Knife whet he Rhot in selfdefense Bradford will tlie Itorson surrenderede InvcmtlffjtlliiR n Tradition Lexington Ky Feb 17T M tIiI Lowe of Kansas City in a letter to Attorney Wallace Mnir says there is n tradition in his family that the land rtfon which the city of Lexington is was RTantetl to his grandfather 4rViJliant Lowe for his services in the war of tho revolution t II Iolk a local historian has been engaged to f 1 investigate the legendns it is gum erally considered Mlurrn Locke Out Williamsbiirg Ky Feb 17 Opera iI tors of the Proctors coal mines at lied Ash locked out several hundred miners members of the United Mine Workers of America who were about to make a demand for a wage increase in conformance with the recent In dianapolis agreement The operators I decline to emplpy union men The Proctor people shipped 50 ears a day south Cocbrr Urmnlni Still Unlinrlrd c Frankfort Ky Feb 19 Messrs 1ir liihtus anti Arthur Ooebel brothers of late democratic governor are chreand will remain here until the 4 body of their dead brother is finally consigned to earth TIle body still 7 Ia lies in the little chapel in the ceme ctherelations having been slow 4todetermine the exact spot of burial Hnrklna the Soldier Graves t K Feb 17The com 1 4 C rr ThUTeeappointed by the legislature of s 3SOS to expend 500 for a monument the 300 confederat soldiers buried1 t atothe 1crryville battle field one mile of here lias arranged to Lave the S II begun nt once II 3Inrdcr Trial Delayed lit Vernon Ky Feb 17The trial jofAttorney E K Wilson charged 1 with the murder of Mary Cloyd in tLanrel county last year was called a l was postponed because of sick 1 ness of Judge Morrows wife I iO1noUa r Governor Xicholasvllle Ky Feb 17 Joseph Mitchell a Negro appeared before County Judge Phillips and declared govZscd no bodyguard but only asks that he zubegiven his rights Insane sTurned Over the Famon fbifot Louisville Ky Pep 17In accord p r ance with Judge Fields order the l1 i Louisville Trust Co after waiting 43 hours turned over to Col Whallen the li 4500 placed in Box 539 by Whallen r and Senator Barrel rrif Doctor Getna Verdictr 7OLrdamage suit of Br F F Bryan of this p place Eckman alleged that Bryan 1 deceived him into moving here from 2 Mt Carmel lie hunTing made a conj l ittract for the purchase of Bryans i for one year rrqzrQ3tInItcr linn the Smallpox 4 I1nrbollrsiIIl Jy Feb 17item Jj Jleln presiiHiig eider 31 11w 4 iC r1mrlll has n vcIldcIiopcdeue4 zc intsllpox and great fears Ire felt of J Its epreading j I ip 7 ii irfIo dtF rlol JI lr lAJ F w p L4- I t i fIL i JI r t or it aI Ir rr p S ri rJ c JrJY tt L Jrit S j 9 ft 4 COMMITTEE CALL Our for KcnImUy lli ntill niii AVIlt lie IxNiifd In n Vir nSome- of the rniiiliiliitm ISChairlllanIlll state central committee will in a few days 111J meeting of his committee in Louisville to set a time for the state convention to eleel delegates to tilt national republican convention Many names are suggested by tIll republic ails as delegates at large Among them are W O Bradley Senator le boc John W Yerkes Sam J Kohcrts W S Taylor Albert S White and W A Gaines Those mentioned as possible dele gates from the Fifth Congressional district are Postmaster Baker Charles K Sapp Alf Davis Booker Keed antI K I James It is extremely probable that Baker nml Siipp will be the men selected itn less Dr Maker names K Jours to gc in his place ItfiliilN for Oralnrn Cyntliiana Ky Feb lsTuic ser enth annual meeting of the Midwinter Declamatory union was held at the opera house here Mr P D Porter of the Kentucky university Lexington won the lirst pric his subject tiring The Burgomasters Death The see and medal was awarded to Henry Browning Ciceronian Society college Georgetown Other speakers were U K McKinley anti W II Kecse Win ehester S Van Meter Kichmoiid J T Gunn A nail M college Lexing ton and It Lctcher Danville Tim medals wIre awarded by llev F L Norton pastor of the Itaptist huhthis city The judges for tIll urea sion were the Kev Messrs McKlroy Oney Norton Spears mill Haley of lIds place Senator Ilnrrrl xt Indicted Ixiuisville Ky Feb IITh Jeffer son county grand jury refused lo in diet State Senator S B Unreel of Lo gnu couuuulyin John II Whallend charge of obtaining money by false pretenses Thisaction was a decided victory for Senator Barrel mill was shared in Iuv tlie democratic members of the hgiitlln It is said that t lie indictment will be resuhmittcd to the March grand jury Barrel charged that Whallen tried to bribe him aunt Whallen said Barrel entered into an agreement to defeat the seating of Gocbel heath of Judge Itlrlmrd A Url llrr lx xingtou Ky Feb 19rJudgc Bichard A Buckner one of the most noted lawyers of the Kentucky bar of a half century ago died lucre in his 7th year He was an intense union man during the civil war anti did much to keep Kentucky from seced ing He was commonwealths attor lucy and circuit judge for this district and was defeated for congress in 1S01 after a hot campaign Jle was one of the commissioners appointed to edit tIll Kentucky code in 1871 and was speaker of the Kentucky house of rep resentatives in 1S01 They Want to to Coiiere Grcemip Ky Feb IlIon W T Cole has announced his candidacy for congress from thlstlie Xfnth con gressional district He is a son of ex Circuit Judge A K Cole of Maysville and n lawyer of some note lion Frank 1owcrs of Grayscn Carter shition alt subject to democracys call lireekeiirldnre Will Speak In Canada Lexington Ky Feb 19Col W C P Brcckenridge has accepted an invitation from the AngloSaxon union of Toronto to attend a banquet there on February 22 and respond to a toast The Union lack and the Stars aunt Stripes Among the others in vitcd to respond to toasts will be Lord j Charles Bcrcsford of England Into the Air IMlouru Feb IShe boiler of lhoggs Cos large saw and grist mill nt Warnock exploded The entire structure was completely wrecked causing a loss of several thousand dot lars John Brnden nod II X Batcliff two workmen were blown several feet illjuredINoted Vorallit fiend Louisville Ky Feb 17W S Bel knap died at luis home in this city of angina pectoris He was widely known as a singer possessing n mag nificent basso profundo voice being able to reach low D with ease Be went to Europe with Haverlys min strels and was connected with a num ber of opera companies frail of George UettU Lancaster Ky Feb l631r leo Bettis n prominent citizen of this county died here of pneumonia Mr Bettis was formerly connected with the L X railroad as soliciting freight agent Veteran Arrangement Lancaster Ky Feb 1C Depart ment Commander Joseph II Browning iniencampment which is to take place lucre on May 24 antI 25 R n Soldier IShot Feb 1GJohn Igo killed by Garnet Armit age on Salt Lick five miles from here Igo has wealthy relatives and Armit age was a member of the 3d Kentucky volunteer infantry Couldnt lie Itlvlred Glasgow Ky Feb IGJH Young of Becktou was found unconscious in Ida room in the Merrill hotel this morning Physicians failed to arouse him He lund evidently taken an opi ate though no trace of any could be found lie was despondent because out of work Severn All Connection Lexington Ky Feb 17Jldel R Linn Cave who resigned as president of Kentucky university has formally severed his connection with that in stitution Is After Information Louisville Ky Feb 15Baron Her man an agricultural expert connected with the Imperial German embassy at Washington is in the city The object of his visit is to obtain information as to the breeding of saddle horses try which he will consult Gen John B Custlemnn president of the American Saddle Morse Breeders association Smallpox Quarantine Untied Owensboro Ky Feb 15 The smallpox quarantine nt the jail lion lioen raised and the bedding and cloth lag of prisoners burned D J 4 i JJ PORTO RICAN TARIFF Tlit Xmv Iliforr Su UIIIIMP AVIII- He IeIstu1 All Week niil Iruui IN ti lie Mcincralilo Ynshiiigtoti rip l 9 The house will enter iipiin the mHiIltiH of the Iorlii Kican tarilT hillliul the de hall upon it promises to be inora tilt in tIll history of his congress TIll ilnl ipiestion at issue in the bill Is whether that clause of the mush tution providing rill equality of im post and excise taxes throughout Initcd Stales territory extends over the island of Iorlo liieo and in this is involved perhaps the determination of the future status aid government of our new accession Till republicans in framing the bill have proceeded upon the theory that the constitution and its immunities do not extend over Iorto Kieti TIll democrats ills s hlly arrayed upon the other side and in committee they were joined by one republican Mr MeCall of Massachusetts Among the other republicans who take the same view is Mr Iittlclield of Maine who succeeded the late Mr ugh ry lit won his spurs in the debate upon tin lioberts case and is already con sidered one of the most powerful de La ers in the house The support of these two proiniiifit republicans lets raised some hopes in till opposition that they may be able to defeat till lull allhl1lghthi hardly seems prob able at this writing Itoth sides are preparing for a royal struggle Mr Payne the floor leader of tIn majority will open in support of the hill lie will be followed by Mr Itichardson the minority leader Mr htaileyof Texas will also close for the minority Tilt debate will continue throughout till week n AN IOWA TRAGEDY ugcd n uid nrIIo CIII11 Stunt thy n Viiunu liny Vliit Culled to Take DniiKliIrr to Clinreli Ottiimwa la Feb 1ILsli Kast burn a 21yearold tinysluot Jasper Siittou an aged mill respected citizen of Iloomfiehl at ll30 Sunday morn ing the hall penetrating the a loin men mill causing almost instant death Ell tI III raIled at Suit touus home to tke his ISyearold daughter Alice to church TIll father met him nt lie door mill ordered him away An altercation ensued anil Suttou followed Eust hum to tIll road Weap tills were drawn by both men hilt ICastburn tired lust the other man falling before he multi raise his weap on Kasthiirn gave himself up going into Suit tons home and consolling the daughter until an otlicer arrived The shooting created intense excitement many people who were CII route to church having witnessed the duel PUBLIC FUNDS IN CUBA The Srrrclnry of Wnr Mrmln to Con Jro it n S ntrntriit of llctcliH alit lsicuudItures Wnsliiiifftoii 1Vli 13111 response to a rosolution of the siiiate thc see relary of war sent to the sennit statement showing1 the receipts and iliKUtirseiiuMitH of public funds in the island of Cuba for the year 1S09 The statement shows receipt amounting to SHVMGOli of whieh 1501 lOSJ were from customs M4000 from the postal seniee 7S7l 2 from internal rjveniie and 103T1 from inisoellaiie ous sources TIll expenditures amounting to 14 OSfs05 leaving 2200209 in the hands of the treasurer The principal ex pimdiliires were as follows Barracks and quarters 1209939 sanitation 3052282 rural police ami adminis tral ion 1tl5tG7 public works 700 125 municipalities 1239403 h THE PLAGUE IN MANILA ThlrtyTivo Urndin Have It milltoil So Far Half of Them Belnj Cliliiiiiucu Manila 1h180ut of a total of 51 eases of suspected bubonic plague reported 42 jiroved genuine and 32 deaths resulted half of them beiiif Chinamen There were 12 eases dur hug the past week mostly within the walled citymumuui a hundred inspec tOrN under the superintendence of a health officer Maj Edie are enforc ing the sanitary regulations Thirty of the inspectors are Chinamen who have been furnished l y the Chinesu merchants Thehealth department census shows the population of Manila is about 190 000 including 3100 Chinese Steamer Cleared from New Orlraun New Orleans Feb IIThe steamer Monteztima with 15if unties and a large cargo of feedsttilTs for the lint ish army operating in South Africa cleared for Cape Town The steam ship Tiger carrying a cargo of 6000 bales of cotton antI 2800 tons of phosphate rock cleared for Kobe Ja pan CollcRC Ictro il fly Fire New Orleans Feb 19The St Charles college at Grand Choteau together with a large and valuable Ii brary was destroyed by fire Loss 50000 Sea Captain flici of Yellow Fever New York Feb 19Whuen the 1rince line steamer Asiatic Prince ar rived at quarantine from Santos Chief Officer Cnmpe reported the death of Capt Woodhouse from yellow fever on February 3 The captain was tour ied at sea the same day Chief Officer Camp then took command and brought the Asiatic Prince safely to port Capt Woodhouse was 52 years Liverpoollievessel will be detained at quarantine for disinfect iou and will discharge her cargo into lighters in the upper bay A IynclifiHr In South Carolina Aiken S C Feb 18Will Hurts a Negro was lynched near ISaskett Mills eight miles north of Aiken Saturday morning Two hundred anti fifty men were in the crowd Last Monday liurts attempted to assault Mrs C L Weeks a planters wife Drove the IntllaiiH Hack Oaxaca Mexico Feb 19Get Bra vos force of government troops has driven back the Maya Indians and taken possession of several important towns that were occupied by the reb els during the wee- kIiicrndlarlo nt Work Fort le France Island of Martinique Feb IIThree plantations the licllevue the Kossonrio and the llaga telle were the scenes of incendiary tires Saturday night Armed custom house officials have been sent to St Pierre ArcholBlion llennemiy Improved Dnbuqtic la Feb J9ThCOIIIU tion of Archbishop Hcnncssy is slight ly improved His physician said no immediate danger of death was ap parent though the disease is such that the ciiimax uuuuybe reached any hour 1 a rOSTPONEO HEARING Why the Kentucky Injunction Cases Were Laid Over rite liimtrritfc liKlslHliir A 1tiplet1 tlinnirniit ittMti itt iu Adjoiirrhij the- 4ieniiil AvMiultly In Mrcl ut- riiiiiKfiirt on 11i iiiliy Cincinnati Feb 15JII1e Taft of the Federal court here at 2 oclock iniioiinecd his decision on till Ken tucky election cases He holds that the Federal court has no jurisdiction ami refuses to grant till rest mining order asked for by the republican pe titioners uaill1 the Kentucky state hmll1of election commissioners to prevent them from depriving the mi nor stale republican otlieers from bidding the otliccs to which they vrere clearly chosen Louisville Ky Feb lVCov Tay lor took the initiative Wednesday af ternoon and tiled an application for an injunction against C W Icckliam and John It leiuuu ii He seeks to enjoin the lilt mimed defendant from attempting to exercise the duties of governor of Kentucky and the see ond defendant from acting as adjutant geneial Taylor sues as an individual mill also as governor of Kentucky Frankfort Ky Feb 13 Suit was filed Wednesday ICIrllIII agni list W S Taylor by attorneys for J C W heck ham seeking to oust him from the governorship of Kentucky he peti tion was ilnishcd Wednesday morning and the proceeding is in the nature of a ipio warmn to mill mandatory in junction Frankfort Ky Feb 1The wife of Representative Haile of Louisville was Friday elected an honorary mem ber of the house of reprcscntativcB by the republicans of the lower house Mrs Unite never left tier husband during the late stormy scenes and the compliment was paid her on that account Nothing was done in tIll ease of Kcckhani against Taylor anti Marshall before Judge Cant rill Friday morning at Georgetown Hy agreement be tween till attorneys everything was laid over until Wednesday February SI In the meantime proceedings in both eases are to remain at a stand while tIll attorneys confer and try to agree on some mode of procedure The matter is then to be brought up before Judge Cant nil at Frankfort February 21 if no agreement is reach etl in the meantime Attorneys for contestces and con testants have signed the following agreement as to the conduct of the contests of minor state officers We the undersigned attorneys for contestants and contesters hereby agree that all the testimony taken in tilt contests for governor mill lieuten ant governor in the cityof Frankfort so far as the same may e competent and relevant may be rend as evidence in the contest for the minor state of ics now pending before the state board of election commissioners now sitting as a contest board and it is further agreed that the said contests shall be submitted to said board with out argument the counsel for neither side nor any other person to be urea tnt during the trial and the con testers expressly reserving all rights HJ except object or demur to the evi dence or other proceedings which they may have under the law and further that the said contesters do not by the agreement waive or relinquish any objection to the jurisdiction of the hoard mill this agreement is to take effect after the hoard shall have acted on the preliminary motions nnd afli davits heretorfore filed before said hoard by the said contestees and all of them which shall be shown by the records and in the event said motions supplemented by the said affidavits shall be overruled by the board this agreement to be in effect and binding at once this February 13 1900 Cincinnati Feb 17W H Maekoy one of the republican attorneys in the Kentucky election contest case ap peared before Judge Taft armed with the proper papers Corm appeal to the United States supreme court in each of the seven eases to which injime tions were refused Wednesday Mnekoymilan presented the required bond of 230 in each ease and Judge Taft certified the petition for appeal The papers were then filed in the United States clerks office in Cov ingtonThe petition was made by six of the Kentucky state republican officers antI one citien An appeal bond of S230 was filed in each east The committee appointed to investi gate coiulitions at Frankfort will make no formal report Louisville Kv Feb 18Thur demo cratic 1tIlatllre got together a quorum in each house Saturday mind adopted a concurrent resolution ad journing the general assembly to meet in Frankfort next 3lontlayby Hcckham will remain here until the case by which it is hoped to settle the title to the office of governor is de cided by the court of appeals invc hun the AVrniii Cnn Auburn Ind Feb 1GAut accident occurred at Jarrctt from which Dr Praund will probably lose his life The doctor nrcse early to build the tire Soon after his motherinlaw Mrs Mary Thomas arose und assisted in starting the tire by furnishing him with the gasoline can instead of the kerosene When the fluid was applied a horrible explosion occurred the flames completely enveloping Dr Itraund lie ran into the street and was soon covered with snow anti the flames checked Onehalf of the fine Rrauml residence was cot Mimed I ntnl Fail Down Stnlrj New York Feb l6Johun II Otmnn a broker was killed at the New York athletic club Thursday morning by falling down the marble stairs lena ing to the main floor When halt way down the stairs he slipped nnd fell then slid down the remaining steps his head striking each step A IIuitRlsiK ut Pottnvlilc Pa Pot tsvilhe Tin Feb 15 Thomas lircnnan of New Philadelphia was hanged Thursday for tlie murder of Harry Elliott a neighbor and fellow workman in a cutlery Colored Murderer IlniiKcil Philadelphia Feb l6ko Weeks colored was hanged in Mayamensriif prison Thursday for the murder o Alice White also colored on Deccmtci 23 18JS George lfeSt Clair who was convicted with Weeks for the same iunlcr was hanged last Vhursday Weeks went to his death urnvely Military Pout tit DCS Moliicn Washington Feb uGilue senate committee on military affairs loin fa vorable reported the bill for the es tablishment o a military pest Ot DC Molmti In r A MINNESOTA FARMER WRITES OF WESTERN CANADA IH Xovr locnteil There Farias In III Iphhnrholltl Inrtrnl lormer I S IlesiIenlt The following extracts from a letter written to M r ISenj Davis Canadian iovcrninent Agent at St Paul 31 inn give an cxeellcnt idea of what is said of Western Canada by those who have gone there during the vast two or three years When we first arrived here and took up our homes on the prairie near Dales boro Assn for a short lime we lund a lit of the Idues but now all hands are settled to business hale hearty and contented enjoving the lines ii inter we have ever seen We have got very comfortably shunted with con siderable preparation for a crop arid all hopeful I think this is a very line eropisnot I believe this is going to be the Wheat Kiold of tIlt West It is fill hug up fast In this township last spring there were 2i quartersections of land vaeant and today there is not one I can stand at my house and count 10 houses where there was not one last spring with siuumorc lo go up this spring This is only a sample of what is going on alt round We intend to build a church next summer right close to my place so we will be strict ly in line It would have iimusrd you to Inure been here last spring There were crowds of landseekers and sonic times in tIme spring the prairie is not very inviting and of course lots were discontented There was one in the crowd who jumped on me for putting a letter in the paper only for which he never would have conic lucre anti he was very hostile but eventually he got a place and today claims lie would riot take a Thousand Dollars and move out so I am glad he is satisfied Finneyisnmiythuingyouualong anti to make things smooth as possible will be greatly appreciated by me I will close for this titer mill will write front time to time to let you know we are living Drop its a few lines to let us know how things Ire moving in St Paul Yours Respect fully AIEX CAMERON Criticising n Professor A professor of English literature in the university once posted this notice In communicating themselves the iosihuleIto eartalkcanehicago Chronicle STATC OF Omo CITY or LUCAS Cot n TOLluO1 Frank ii Cheney makes that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney saufuirialars for each anti every case of catarrh that cannot he cured hv the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CIIEXKY Sworn to before me anti subscribed in my presence this Cth day of December A D h AuV fJLEASOX PuWcHallsacts directly on the blood mind niticnu ear testimonialsfieeSold by druggists 75- cHalls l amil Pills arc the best Marriage Mnilc Ilnln ceremonyYouLiving for each other Thais harmony Money that you spend Thats patrimony Things written down That testimony Money you paid out Thats alimony Oettwit Free Pros I An AllYenr Ilesort- flic Crescent Hotel Eureka Springs Ark op4ns March 1900 A most le irale at tractive and convenient resort for health and pleasure seekers Meal climatt ure sparkling water test ncccmnunodatuon- sThoughu Sleepers via Frisco Line Write for particulars to Manager Hotel or to any representative of Frisco Line Pint Comfort Mn Flatte What do vou suppose they are leaving a load of ice down at the door forMr FatteWhv thats what they heat the flat with isnttDetroit Free Pres You Can Get Alien FootGnie FltKE LeroyNEaeapowder to shako into your shoes It cures ciiilhlalus sweating swollen iiclilng feet It makes New or tight shoes easy A certain cure for Corns and Bun Ions All druggists anti shoostorcs sell it 2c lilt hut Pocketbook iixon at the reception Thats a stun ning gown your wife has on rentsIcgsChirogo The nest Prescription for Chills and Fever is a bottle of GHOVES TASTELESS CIULI TONIC His simplylronamlquinincta tasteless form No euro no pay Pricc O- cTo Cure n Cold In One flay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if It fails to cure 2ic A man is seldom sidetracked to success Chicago Dispatch Sweat mid fruit ncids 7ill not discolor goods dyed with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Soul by nil druggists m rmnn AHEPISODE IN BOERDOIL For Those llcnilcrn VIio Are Keep Inr Up with the AVnr 11 i rrnturc An Afrikander trekking from Sxliuins lloo te to laa ie with a load of hiiitotu lulled hy a till at the foot of a kol- A Yoortrtkker suddenly appeared from be hind a waving a vuiljetirO- orloRl shouted the Voortrckker JJop replied the Afrikander who was a inaii of ready wit Produce it said the oortrekker doppeiThe who was Etindins on the disseIUmn niuurliing inealifs jinniied off anti started n a run to ward a krautz In jumping a shut Us foot flipped on a klip and he fell into a donga The others alter much uiip gui unto a heat ed argument in Taal over the quickest way to the nearest dorp One Mid lie thouM lake the drift over the spout and the other that he should pout over the nan A zarji came along and took them both around the vielanti through the Iloort to tllI linger where they should be safe from rooincks N Y Sun iiii aiiltuiilTS Cincinnati Kel 17 LIVE STOC1C Cattle conin S ti Sflict t l butchers 4 0 t iVEIxtun 7 75 81 HOCSKelfct truckers r 5 01Y atlxwl pneken 1lKiit 03 stuiiisnS nI tMlKKlniolct t IAMIIS Kxtni 7W KlolU Surinp aUiit 2 UiAINWliralNu 2 rat Xo 71 3 nti O l ffr3 if1HoISION It r1r illAYChiJUc liuuntiiv13 75 UI UUTTKKrholcr dairy KW M4 In Ire creamery tll AIIIKS Chiili In antm ff 3 IOTATOKSlVr brl 175 O S- 3fIUCA 5- OFlOIn XVIntrr iKitrat 3 SJ ff 3 70 UICAIX Vliewl No 2 rot 7Mfr 79ft No S ChlcuRit xprlnx 00 Corn No 33 OatNi 2 1ItyrNo 1l JOKK Jtesi folO LAKU Stffiim 5 B tf 5 yiy- NKW VOU- K1IOtU Winter patent 3 C fl 3S3- ffUHAIX Wheat No t red Sv Corn No 2 tt Oats No 2 mixed tt aIt r- lOIiilosI 37 crrll 0 AIU Steum tj 3 UAUT1MO1CIO CHAIN Wheat No 2 red e ity urh Southern fi tv 73 No 2 inlxcil 3 2aiJUyelK Rrst quality S z1IO S Western 5 tj 5 INOIANATOUS- GRAIN Wheat No 2 red ft 7m Corn No 2 mixedtva-LNo 32 J 2 mixed O IlVi IOUISVIIIU- TLOrnWlnter intent 3 3 K GHIWhlnto 3 rtI 71 is- ttriu1limctI t3 a OatsJllxeU Q o PORK JIss t J 51 LAKUijteim Iii W FOR MIDDLEAGED WOMEN Two Letter front Women llel prd Through the Changi of life by Lydia E 1lnlc hauis Vegetable Compound DEAR Mns PISKHAM When I first wrote to you I was in a very ball con dition I was passing through the change of life and the doctors said I had bladder and liver trouble I had suffered for nineyears Doctors failed to do mo any good Since I howe taken Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound my health has improved very much I will gladly recommend your medicine to others and am sure that it will prove as great a blessing to them as it lets to nieMns GEO II JUSE 001 DcKulb Ave Brooklyn N Y Relief Came Promptly DEAr Mus PIXKHAM I had been under treatment with UC doctors for four years and seemed toget no better I thought I would try your medicine My trouble was change of life and I anythinghelphams Vegetable Compound Relief came almost immediately I have better health now than I ever had I feel like a new woman perfectly strong I give Lydia E Piukhama Compound nil the credit and would not do without her medicine for any thing I have recommended it to several of my friends There is no need of women suffering so much for Mrs Iinlchams remedies are a sure cure MAILALA BUTLER Bridgewater 111 Another Woman Helped t DEAR Mrs PIXKUAM 1 took Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound during change of life and derived great benefit from its use MAKV E JAMES 130 Coydon St Bradford Pa WLTL5 OyOLAS S3 rjIWorthiother makes Imlorsnl by over leJOGOO uearcrs It tthieegIasurapol on bottom Take substitute cliiracd to W as good Vnr dher Pshould fcten Jrmiftot we will send a p t Says ti7xion receipt of rice and Jsc iiai7 leatherr1tsuanam J IlltllJL IiViWiVAWWs U H i1 I838 =A OOO RECORDH9IJOlS McCulloughs Seeds have been sold on their merits for 3 e 62 years They give satisfactionthey grow We do s 1 not make alluring propositions of something for nothing S We do sell the best Flower Vegetable and Farm Seeds at 5- f ji tARe MASA lowest cash prices Write and state 5 your wants youll not be disappointed = j= at results = E i r Beautiful 1900 Seed Cabloti3 end Amateurs Gudo g g IdmjncCDLLOOQHSBONS 31031S VAUnrr FT list 3rd Jt 4th Sti S g rqtabllehied 18Z8CINCINNATI OHIO I11JAWWAWY WHNWmmwwfIWmmYNWWwmwmmm iwo Trains a yJ The Cotton Belt Route via Memphis offers you two daily trains to Texas One leaves at 910 a m the other at 800 p m The trains from all principal points arrive in Memphis morning and evening in plenty of time to make this connection The Cotton nit offer you the quickest ami Bliortent route to Toms without chance of ran or erry transfer Doth day end nlrht trains are equIpped with comfortable Coaches antI Free Reclining Chair Can also nlchtWritetell you what your ticket will cost ami th r train t take to make tho best time ami connection We will alto ccud you an Intercitlni little booklet A Trip to Teias P R WYATT T P A Cincinnati Ohio W Q ADAMS T P A Nashville Term 1111 SUTTON T P A Chattanooga Tenn E W LaBEAUME fL P and T A St Louis Mo 1ww Jo j iIr noz = iI OLD QUAKER LADY Cured ofCatmrh 4 c By Peruna After 20 Years- Suffering Ujki1 MRS POLLY EVANS A LIFELONG FRIEND OP PERUXA uly wife Potty J Evans says size feels entirely cured of systemic ciiarrh of twenty years shading Size took nearly six Bottles of thy excellent medicine Feruna as directed anti ewe feel very thankful to the for thy kindness and zd ics She did not expect to be so well as she is now Twelve yzars ago it cured her of la grippe I want to tell thee there has hen a great deal of Pentna used here last winter Perttna does not need praising It tells for itself We can andrdo recommend it to aryone that is alluded tuith catarrh As ever thy friend John Boans SouTh Wabash Ind iVhcn catarrh has reached the chronic membranes of the whole body It pro ctagcof course it has gone Iwouil the duees regular functions Pernna re rcaehofaUlocajremedics Nothing out stores perfect health in a natural way a systeluiic reuuiedy cart reach it Peruua No one should neglect to procure one n is the only remedy yet devised to meet of Dr Hartmans free books on ca rti such cases Perunaeradicates catarrh tarrh sent to any address by The Pe from the system Itdoes Us work quiet nina Medicine Company Columbus ly but surely It cleanses the mucous Ohio r9fllt II lt di A cbad Fj ilyjilD c J Pimples Blackheads9Red Rough Oily Skin PREVEiNTED BY 2tJOflhll iP1tii LUONSof Women Use CUTICURA SOAP exclusively IVL for preserving purifying and fecautifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts sczles and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening1 whitening and healing red rough and sore hands in the form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and chafings or too free or offensive perspiration in thz form of washes for ulcsrative weaknesses anti many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women anti mothers and for alt the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion can induce those who have once used it to use any other especially for preserving and purl lying the skin scalp and hair of infants and children CUll CURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from CUTICURA the treat skin cure with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odors No other medicated soap ever compounded to fee compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands No othsr foreign or domestic toilet soap however expensive is to be compared with it for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE vis TWENTYFIVE CENTS the BEST skin and complexion soap and the BEST toilet and BEST baby soap in the world HuiorHIscale and often the thickened cuticle CCTICURA OIHTXZKT Me to instantly allay Itchimig intammaulomu and Irrftaiionaud ootheaod Th e Set 125 heal and Ctmcuiu 1LsoLTzsTtsoc to cool and eleanae the blood A SINGLE SET uof ten laffieient to care the moet tortntlnir dUflanrinz and humiliating ikin irnip and blood bumona wtuu baa of halr all clii fafli Fomz DAHD C Co iir Solo Fropa Boston lIowtoCureFaceIIumoraandaUotticrIInmoCTtfree Ii Throat Candy00eof tho- Vti beit Contectloca n a1iy iubile Send tOrts to L5iu awe co ouawacnada forsausplo box r i NEiT DISCOYEItV gIves L I I qulekreilefandenmwors- reaea itnokof testlnonjaol is trextment Free hr it Ii URisrS 5055 Sox tisntaGs kitS WijUlt Ut tAILS Best coagb Srup Testes CootL the l 4RTERsIN IsThEflEsTink IWell begun ii baudone Sow wstZ if on would reap welt So- wt4s can give isu Cataloen fre JJLLCutGjTaSos ibbd5m- N KB 1801 9 WjIEa DVE1tTTh1e- 4piese atate tbt yoo saw lbs Avcrtlsvu- sucut in 511 paper I J IIIJ P fJ T L r V r l 4J F I t t ijif ri Y I c t J i fii tj GW1NGSVILLE OUTLOOK r OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO 71XGSYILLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE t S ANNOUNCEMENT fForAppellate Judco To the Republicans of the Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky Ijjm a candidate for Judge of tL the Court of Appeals from this district subject to your action Election November 1900 Reap Ei C OREAR THURSDAY PER 22 1900 Jo RLACKBURN to the Senator Bbip Thou art so near and Jet in far WHAT profits it for a man to gain an office nnd Ioio his reputa Itionfor integrity jBArK the right to ultimately win If it doesnt nobod i but thrll11I will profit anyhow TiiE great common people ar very dear to the demagogues lIe cause they are groat common prey for thni IS A CITIZENS first political nllegi anee is to hit country lIe owes no allegiance to his party except tu further that end ONe parlys wrongdoing in tIle I more or ieis remote past furnivhc 4 no precedent nor excuse for the opt poising pnrtys wrongdoing now TnK uessim of the Ky L gisla turewill FOOl expire by legal lim iialion If by any cjiance it ehoult not meet again the people could well jubilate THE wrongdoing nnd crimes of one political party never can fur ish a legitimate precedent or ex ruse for the wrongdoing and crimes of the opposing party fIiis not good sense nor good to sympathize with the un q dr dog in the fight but it is the r duty of every one to give moral I r fiippurt at least to the do that III uli right TEE quality of Kansas hyperbole is not strained A Topeka paper- says telephones are so common lthe rural districts of that State that the farmers call their hogs up by telephone fin nntitrust convention nt Chicago last week was exploited in the interest of more or less disguised I Socialism Some of the trusts 4 are nighty bad but Socinliem is L infinitely worse WEES the Carncgies and the i jFrick fall out maybe the freetra t drrewiU Ret some aluablo information in support of their belief that a protective tariff is a government al outrage on the people WHEK one party assumes a rns ically role and the other party is jcontending for the right be brave to helplustain the right 9ndthe reward your conscience t gives you will amply repay you for nil sacrifices fi As long as Carnegies profits ac t cumulate at the yearly rate of 58 per cent of 10000000 he is in t danger of dying rich and diegrac f ed It is doubtful that any of the Rockefellers Actors Yandcrbilt and Goulds ever piled it up that fast J IT is alleged that the adminis iStratlon la about to declare the Phil- ippinesf insurrection at an end but tnat Aguinaldois an enigma to the War Department They ought to c regard him as a conundrum and give him up if he wont give him riiuI3selfup JUSTICE is an obligation every one owes to bis fellow man whether I he is one of the great common peo pie or one of any other class L When Justine is ignored at the demagogues behest the very foun 4 dations of civilization are weak ened WHATEVER else happens from the attempted overthrow of the will of c the majority of the voters there is sure to be bitterness among the Gocbclites even if the steel sue cerdn It is alleged by people who ought to know that every office is promised to two or more supporters a Those who fail to connect will have in their hearts i1rage SUSAN B AKTHOKT for a R half century tbe advocate of the Z Lew woman has given place to Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt as President J of the American Womens Suffrage Association Mies Susan has com fti pelled the world to respect her and cause though the objects sought are in the main a stako hardly 1t worth playing for How will the Goebelites take the reaffirmation of the Chicago plat 4 form which contains plank de- l nouncing government by injunction ulnce they have used the hand v medown injunction on every occa fSibmthat it could serve their pur po eIr would be base ingratitude p r to denounce the boat that has car c 4 ried them over so often la the suit of tbe minor Republican State officers before Judge 4 Taftin the U S Circuit Court at iL Cincinnati for an injunction to pre vent the Poyntz Election Board z ousting Paul officers Judge Taft decided that his Court had no inns diction The judgment was not rJt unexpected Everybody respects s entirely Judge Taft opinion as that of an upright judge and one free from partisan bias It is best for a State to settle internal mat Lena without invoking Federal in terference if it can possibly be j done r a 11fV I rjfaI j g4 r TnT capital tccUini invcslnun IB scared awn from Kentucky hr the oUlrngllill course of titterly selfish reckless politicians is In mcntuhle but who CUll bhiiuu the capitalists and who can Ftiggcf any remedy ihnt is likely to he worth consideration THE mini that doesnt want onal never expects to want a political office is blest in that respect uiiI if ho would he independent IInd courageous enough to condemn and vote agninst political wrongdoin by any or all parties he would help that far towards making his COUll try blest THE man closest to tIat late Win Goibcl summarizes the ignilicaiu of the attempt to rot the anti Goebelites of tluir electoral victo ry by saying that the white prop ertyholders are going to rule Kentucky Ifulhe great common pen pie are not white propertyholder they are not in it tints evident But the constitution and laws iay tlilferent IF Thomas Jefferson in the plen titude of his powers were living tin dcr an assumed name in Kentucky these days he couldnt be electei dogpelter of Mustardville precinct to save him He would find Col Jack Chinn the accepted interpre ter of his teachings and tho bulk of the Jeffersonian Democrat accepting Chinn unquestioningly as tjje apostle of Democratic truth TUCK to ita conceit that all political wisdom will dio with it am that tho House is incapable of orig inating and perfecting legielativi measure the Senate of the Unitin Stales pusHtd its substitute for the House goldBtuiiiiard bill lust week by the decisive vote of 10 to 2H Of course tho House as usualwill have to defer to the Senate and pass the Senate bill in order to OP tablish the gold standard firmly in the national finances AFTKU contributing to tho gayc 13 of nations for n good long time in these stirring days tho Louis villa Kumpites decided to return to Frankfort Theywere only agreeably missed from the State capital und they could just us well have stayed the session out at the metropolis where tho schooners como over the bar lying a pennant with the legend thereon A fried oyster or a wiener wurst with each drink =RUMOKS are persistent that the Louibvillo Nashville railroad company for selfprotection is go ing to remove its general offices and shops from Louisville It is also rumored thut tho company wilt change its name to the St Louis Nashville New Orleans railroad company and will avoid Kentucky as far ad possible in its business operations It will not read well in the history of the times that a gang of political spoliators drove the L d N away from tho State Tup gang that attempts to sot aside the plainly expressed will of the majority or plurality of the vo ters cares no more for the interests of the great common people thai it does for the style of the Sunday coat of the man in the moon What it does care for la the support of the great common people that it may revel in office and laugh and sneer privately at the gullibility or suckers whe are so foolish as to bite at this miserable bait used on thorn TOE protectionists in Congress propose queer treatment for Porto Rico They claim it belongs to the United States but they propose to erect a tariff barrier against Porto Rican products whereas the Con stitution provides that there shall be free trade among all the States and territories of the United States If Porto Rico isnt United States territory the United States has no business legislating for it What jugglery statesmanship often engages in to further tho ends of greed ACCOUDING to Webster a Demagogue is A leader of the rabble one who attempts to control the multitude by specious or deceitful arts an unprincipled and factious mob orator or political leader The opportunities in a republic afford a breedingground for dem agogues like a barrel of rainwater for wiggletails Your true demagogue is a political adventurer and in his heart has no principles beliefs or regard for anything but what will advance his own selfishly ambitious ends He may be a manor commanding intellectual gifts and oftentimes is but ho is always the very worst enemy of a govern ment of the people for tho people and by tho people A party to him is a useful organized force to artfully exploit for his purposes against the best interests of its members TOE value of a partnership with Uncle Sam to a private firm or cor poration by means of a protective tariff is demonstrated in the case of the Carnegie Steel Company whose secrets are becoming public through the disagreement between H C Frick and Andrew Carnegie which has resulted in a gigantic lawsuit Frick in his bill in equity filed in court says the Carnegie Steel Co was formed in 1892 by the union of Carnegie Rros Co and Carnegie Phipps fc Co each of which was capitalized at 5000 000 with several other persons with a total capital of 25000000 The business was enormously prof itable all the time to the present In 1899 the net profits were 21 000000 Carnegie estimated the profits for 1900 would be 40000 000 while Frick estimated them at 42000000 Carnegie valued the company property at 250000000 and said he could sell it in London 1n ordinarily prosperous times for 500000000 This firm has been tbe most potent single influence in fastening a heavy protective tariff on the people of the United States j t II r I flflttflr ru 1Tur Goebelites hail prepared t file an injunction suit in the Cir cult Court of the Frankfort his trict to prevent Taylor and Mar shall from cxemsing the rights of Governor and Lieutenant Governor lint the atitiGoebclitcs forestalled them lay bringing a similar still against Iteckham in the Louisville Circuit Court some hours before giving the latter precedence If the untiGoohclitpfl lot in all the Suite courts they will take the ellte to the Supreme Court of the United States The minor State ollichih wil try to prevent tho 1oyntz Election Hoard from ousting them Iyan appeal to the State courts and to the IT S Supreme Court if necessary Tin tin usia have at last made a break in the liner lines by sheet force of numbers Lord Koberts has mlle Gen Cronjc ret rent and hits sent a largo relief force into Kimberley Hut British jubilation is tempered by the threat of n co alition of Russia Germany ami Franco to make the South African territory of tho liners neutral The Uritisli government is warned of the danger through diplomatic channels Hcsides Hussiu is mass ing troops on the borders of Af ghanistan antI though disclaiming any designs hostile toGreat Britain there is no doubt that advantage would be taken of any opportunity to conquer an outlet to the Indian Ocean Great Britain is likely anyhow to have to permit those threo great powers to secure ad vantages as tho price of peace while she is involved in the conquest of the Boers No intelligent pcron informed upon the subject can have any doubt that Taylor nnd the balance of the Republican State ticket re ceived a plurality of the votes le gaIly cast and were as honestly elected as any candidates tcr were If the mass of tho Democrats throughout the nation uphold the attempted seizure of the State offi ces by liockhum and his fellows it is only a question of time until some Cesar or Napoleon will seize power with tho strong hand and weeping aside the constitution of the United States will proclaim lund maintain himself as national dictator The Democratic party as constituted and animated up until after Grover Cleveland was inaugurated the second time was a bulwark against any such degeneracy of republica institutions TIlE Populist party seems about lone for At thin nearly full meet ing of the national committee at Lincoln Nebraska tho homo of Bryan Feb 19th U S Senator Al len started trouble by insistin that no recognition be given those who met at Cincinnati nnd noniinnJ ted Barker and Donnelly for Prcsi dent nnd Vice President Allen alto insisted on fusion with the Democrats Allen and his follow ers controlled and Jo A Parkerof Kentucky and R H Wheeler of Ohio led n bolt of the middleofthe road clement who then held a meeting of their own calling a national convention to meet at Cincinnati May 9th Tho State convention of Indiana Populists also prouiiFCR a split between the fusionistsand the middleoftheroadelement The middleoftheroad Populists seem really to believe in their profession of principles while the fusionists are spoilsmen out for office and anything else procurable like eo many of other parties SUNDAYS Commercial Tribune has a sizeup of the Kentuckysit uation by the immortal Dooley of Chicago Some extracts are given It looks to mo as though th Roypublican was wrrong said Mr Hcnncssy with the judicial manner of a man without preju dicesIv coorso hes wrong said Mr Dooley 10110 starts wrong An th Dimmycrats arro rright Theyre always right Tis their position Th Dirnmycrnts arre rright an th Roypubltcans has th jobs an 1 find th ony way to win un illiction is to begin fr to count th minyit yove completed the preliminaries iv deem th polls an killin th other judges and clerks Th Dimmycrats counted but th count came too late Be th time th apparent an hidjoua majority of the Roypublicans was rejooced to nawthin an a good liberal sub stantlallegalrioutousDiramycratic majority put in its place bo ordher iv th coorts th commonwealth iv Kentucky nn Jack Chinn th Roy publicans been BO long in th job an become so wedded to it that ve cuddent shako him out of it witli- can a of joynt powder It seems to him that there niver was a time when he wasnt Govnor f it It An Colonel Jack Chinn arrms hiusilf1t He stumps on three Gatlin guns four revolvers two swords a rifle n shotgun a baseball bat a hand grenade to be used ony in case of thirst a pair iv handcuffs brass knuckles a sandbag a piece of lend pipe In a stockin a rabbits foot fr luck a stove lid and a can iv dinnymite an with siveral iv his cillybrated knives behind his ears in his hair between his teeth an glcamln from his pockets he sallies forth on his sacred mission an gives the writ to a clerk to sorve nn stays in town lumsilf where ho successfully resists all charges iv th bartender- CORRESPONDENCE Sherburne Frank Duckworth is very sick W H Graham sold a horso to JIS Grain for 50 Lee N Hull bought a horse of Sam Vice for 85 Several from hero attended Court at Owingsville Monday J B Swartz sold his stock ofI goods in South Shorburno to RoyI Calvert and Bob Emmons jCf 1 7 J1J7i East Fork of Flat Crook A big PIIOV at this writing David Chandler sold n mure Monday of last week for i0 Kelly Davis sold his saddle hors to W II Graham nt Sherburne for 80- Cyrus and Mink Elkins of Clark county wtix guests of friends am relatives here the past week J W Darnell was able to go to Odessa one tIny last week anti lila many friends there welt glad to feC him Forge Hill W W Williams sold a 2yearoli mule to Omar Wilson for 65 Miss Lidi Williams v is i ted friends near Sharpsburg last week John L Vieo bought of John S Bailey his farm near here at 2251 per acre W A Williams of roxin ton Bible College will preach lit Slate Valley Sunday ILittle hattie Whittington visit ed her sister at the home of Andcr son Spruit near Judy last week Moores Forry J II Colliver moved to Grange City Monday French McCarty bought 4 hogs of B L Razor at 345 X D RawlingR has moved tt Grange City to tho farm he bough of Joseph Myers Sam Lnthrnm bought 4 calves of Frank Prater price not learned 4 headof Charley Atchison at 12 per head Prof K C Kimbrell is teaching a writing school at the Jones school house near Midland Albert Ilayes of this place wenl to visit lab father in Alason county near Maysvillc Monday The girls laud better look out when Birt gets hack und dont forget to senti the humble correspondent a piece ol cuke Craies Little Jess Sorrell continue poorly with typhoid foyer If Old Crimp keeps on it will stop tho hens front laying Sam Shultz and wife visited tin family of Jack Toy near Wyoming last Sunday Mrs Butler Toy visited boa daughter Mrf James Snedegar ot Roes Run last week Some young men from this neigh borhood attended partyat Zun Wells on Licking river one nigh last week j c Cube Sncdegnr has the contract to haul Charles Warrens lumber t build his dwelling and storehouse at Slato Valley Miss Nora Kobins went home Sunday after staying with let aunt Mrs Snrdogar for several months Miss Nora is a good pfrl andtshc will be greatly miascdT Grango City- Eipery Bozgs of Lovingtor 11 was hero Friday T M William and wife iof Judy visited relatives hero last week Walter Gray nnd wire visited J D Myers and family at Wyoming last week Sant Stephens and wife of Hath Co visited 1 N McLnin and fain ily recently Thos Ratliff bought tho T 11 Williams property here Consid eration 500 Dr W E Phillips of Wyoming purchased horse from Tim Cut right for 40 Mrs Ed Anderson nnd Mrs J D Myers of Bath Co isited rela tives hero Thursday Jot Myers and family moved to their farm near Poplar Plains last week Al Rawlings and familyof Bath Co will occupy the property they left Odessa Winter has como again giving us a sixinch snow last Thursday and Friday nights Provender is getting scarce in this neighborhood with several while others have plenty and to spareWash Grain and wife of Fleming Co were guests of the latters par eats Mr nnd Mrs Garrett Haw kins last week H BAnderson came up Saturday from Lexington where he is attend lug Ky University to see his mother who has been seriously sick We are glad to say she is improving some now and has been for several days Jno T Gudgell hauled 11 shocks of fodder which ho bought of Jno II Jones at one load on a slide today Monday from near Okla a distance of 7 miles hy way of Wy omingTuesday of last week trade was lively in this village Dr A W Jones sold a young horse to John II Law for 50 and bought a five yearold gelding of Chins Hum phreys for 60 S T Henderson bought a cow from Claus Hum phreys at 24 I R Darnell sold 18 bbls of corn to Morgan Good pastor nnd tenant Wm Vanlund ingham at 210 per bblalso sold threo bbls to Johns Markland Oil W Snedegar bought a horse of Jno Lalhram price not known Jno II Law sold his onehalf in terest in 3500 Ibs of tobacco to Jno II Jones for 115 and it was not a good day for trading either On the same day Miss Oddio Power found a pocketbooK containing 7 A few days before Simps Purvis Found a book containing 15 Mon e v doesnt grow on trees here but just lies around on the ground no trouble to pick up All tho consolation there is in it is you are not dead broke all tho time for the owner soon comes around T Uppor Prickly Ash Several front here attended court in Mt Sterling Monday James P Hamilton visited Ol r IJemlrix near Shorburno lust week Miss Era Hamilton is visitinj her aunt Mrs Ella Hamilton ii i Montgomery Co Almanzu Stone and Stuntoi Hamilton were in Fleming Co las week on business Omar Routt nnd wife of East Fork of Flat Creek visited at 1 11 Shrouts list week Fletcher Crouch bought Mrs lotor Honakcrs share in hr faith J er John Craigs estate for SOO Peter Honakcr bought of Elder R T D Zimmerman a small containing about ten acres small house and barn for 600 Chins II Carr of Montgomery Co after a severaldays visit t relatives and friends lucre returnct homo Sunday Clarence Goodpaster titter a soy ernlwceks visit to his grandparents Mr and Sirs F F Tnckett returned to his homo in Montgom cry Co Sunday lie was accom panied by his sister Clara and his uncle Burns Tackett Salt Lick Andrew Cheap was in Morohcat Sunday Mrs E M Whitcomb is stil quite sic- kIevNealof Grayson will preach nt the Christian Church next Sun day K W Strack and F R header son of Ashland were in town last week J II Campbell wap in Owingf yule Monday and Tuesday OH bus mess Miss Lizzie Green returned Mon day from a visit to friends in Mt Sterling W R Youmans of Hamilton Canada has been in town Severn days buying lumber Dr Lewis Dick lies Will Clay ton and several others attendee court in Mt Sterling Monday J II Campbell Admr sold the personal property of the Jno Craig estate last Saturday Most of the articles brought fair prices C P Pierce has purchased of W A Whitcomb lot west of tho depot and will put up a grist mil and furniture shop at once E W Strack of Ashland ha s purchased the Licking River rail road and will at once begin th a workof repairing nnd putting it ii irstcluss running order Ho has han bought Ill the timber land S formerly owned by the Sterling Lumber Co and will erect a largo mill and chair factory at Yule VostEndaRoo Walton is very ill A wedding soon Ask Wash Corn is worth 50e meal 63c here tCoon Young has left for parts unknown We ate glad to hear that Hobart Cussity will recover Dr W S Pierce was here Friday professionally W J Fells stave mills are running night and day R E Coylo will move in a few days to Woodford Co Travis Warners family has re covered from the measles Several land deals in progress here but none consummated Frederick Sons mill has sus pended on account of tho weather W F Young passed through here on his way to Yale Thurday The farm of James Roberson deceased will be divided in thc- near future Many thanks for the many comic valentines especially those from Yale and Owingsville Wm North of Mud Lick was the guest of B F Piersall one night lust week Come again Will S M Wills ot Montana writes they have a favorable winter so far there S M give us a letter in TUB OUTLOOK Our handsome and accommodat ing mailcarrier brings us a daily but none so welcome us THE OUTLOOK our home paper On last Tuesday night John Igo was killed three miles above Pier salls mills on Salt Lick Wo can not learn the particulars Stepstone Elder Parker will preach at Sugar Grove schoolhouse next Sun day We are told by Thos H SteeleJas L Williams huda relapse and is again bedfast Mrs Geo W Kincaid is down with her old complaint Millard F Wilson wants n dozen rotten eggs to use on Ben W Sond heimer lIe will pay 1 for them if they hit right Mrs C W Bailey of Freestone is visiting her brothers and feister lien sister Miss Venetta is bedfast and very bad with rheumatism Taylor Downs says the place ho bought has enough timber on it to pay for it after fencing It It is located close to Olympian Springs Ben W Sondhoiraer Is engaged to a Miss Brown of near Mt Ster ling and the wedding is to take place in the near future so we are toldIlast6hursdayael tho charming daughter of our neighbor Geo W Carmichael We attend congratulations to the lamp py pair hoping they will have peace pleasure and plenty for their portion through life r r tn d II C Mead wife and sisterin law Mrs Tribou spent Sunday with F M Karrick on Salt Well The Tramp says durn that trunk The A J Suttell land was vided last week between his four daughters Tho surveying win dono by Surveyor Dehavun of M Sterling Every ono seems welt pleased with the divide Elder Frank of Lexington Bibl College hats been lamed to preach It Corinth Church every third Sunday lie gave his first discount lust Sunday hut on account ofahaiti day there were not nina y thereMrs Jas Karrick of Salt Lick nnd children are hero visiting Mrs IIKs brother II D Blevine They go West train hero to their future home with her father inlaw since the death of her bus band Crooks Sam Hughes was in Mt Sterling last week on business Henry Crnycraft will move Clarkcounty this week After a short delay Ill try t o scribble a few more items Curren Crouch bought 4 shoal of Dudley Hughes for 13 John Clark of Wades Mill visited U F Holder last week Mrs Harvey Carpenter has boo very sick but is better now George Parks left for Illinois th 0 past week to make his home M P Perkins visited hero Sat iirday and Sunday weekago Miss Annie Holder is visiting ill Montgomery and Clark counties Sam Hughes bought some shoats of Mrs George Carpenter at 175 per head Miss M S Ginter is teaching writing school at Kendalls Spring schoolhouse Johnnie Johnson bought of Ge Pendleton four shoals weighin about 100 Ibs each for 16 Chits Holdcn has returned from Bourbon county where ho had been visiting for the past month or so Charles Hughes who is attend ing college at Lexington visited here the latter part of last week As this is the first I have writtot since the Judy corpt joined us Ill have to say to him or her as ti case may be that I wish them hap pinoss us a correspondent Alex Wills who has been part ing tobacco hero for Nesbitt J Jones returned to his home in Mt Sterling Friday to remain until thc bad weather breaks up Sharpsburgnelnyedj These items were postmarked Judy Monday Feb 12that 8 oclock a in They didnt reach us until Wednesday Feb 14lh th wards noon after we had print d about ftalf of our papersEo Sampson Stone of Moorcfielu was n visitor here Saturday D S Trumbo and wife of Bethel were visitors here Saturday J IL Triplett bought of Barkley Bros one work mule for 70 John B Jones nnd W II Cana were in Mt Sterling on Saturday W II Canan was selling tobace- on the breaks at Louisville Ins week Waller Sharp Jr bought of Omar Ratliff ten short yearling cat tie at 20 per head W II Triplett and wife return ed Tuesday from a weeks visit inI Montgomery county IChits Eicher sold to Ed Jones of Montgomery county 20 bbls of corn at 2 in tho pen I1liRS Katio Corbett of Mt Ster ling was the guest of Mrs W II Canan Saturday nnd Sunday A new blacksmith shop is one of the late improvements at Bridge ville three miles south of town tBoward Triplett visited at Mil orsburg Saturday and Sunday His sister Rada accompanied him home Michael and Martin Peters of Montgomery county were guests of friends near town several days last week Mrs Same A Taul of near Springfield left Sunday to visit sister Mrs Lou Gorham who is reported very ill Miss Frankie Fields and guest Miss Sallie Pepper of Fleming Co visited Monday and Tuesday in Montgomery county Our fox hunters jumped a fox Saturday morning on the farm of R Thompson north of townand had a splendid race of seven hours Sam Ropp and wife the former having been clerk for J S Heath at his grocery store loft Thursday for Torrent Ky to make that their home Canan t Jones purchases of to bacco last week J R Tripletts at 7c John C Arnolds at 7c John Triplett sold his crop to Peed Rogers at 7c Mr and Mrs Will Smathers entertained on Friday night in honor of their visitor Miss Fruzer of lltISterling Refreshments were served at 11 oclock and the dance contin ued until the wee small hours At the sale of Stout and Will iams near Judy on Mondaycorn brought 235 in the crib 1 sorrel mare sold for 47 1 calf 12house hold goods and farming implements sold very low time four months Jack Stewart auctioneer Ve Want Your Name For PASTIME the best youths and funnily illustrated story paper out 16 largo pages on trial six months for lOc in stamps Watches Guns Bicycles etc free Address Tine PASTIME Co Louisville Ky r rf = Howards Mill Miss Norn Henry is visiting her sister Mrs W A Adams at 118 East Sixth St Lexington Ky dnugbterinesday with Mrs W M Mallory tIIIleS Lydia Baker of Judy and Mary Gillaspic of Stoops spent last week with Mrs W M Mallory lIon J Walter Peak of Chatta tlaJ8InstMrs Henry Mist Susio Henry fell from a stairway last Tuesday evening and sprained her ankle but nt this writing xro are glad to say she is very much improved We think- e she will be able to attend a dunce next week Robt Sledd of Nicholas Co lint moved into the Nub Clark house but will build a house of his own shortly Bob is one of our old friends and schoolmates and we arc always glad to have good people in our community oA photograph man took in How ards Mill Wednesday He took every house here and your scribe ind 5 other young single men had a group taken together all with guns This picture will be called The Howards Mull Militia Miss Willie Henry has suffered verymuch in the last few days with the toothache But at last she concluded to have it pulled which made her squall but at this writing she is resting easy and she will also be able to attend a dnncc next week Prayermeeting was held at Frank Browns last Fridaynight We hope these prayer meetings will continue in every house in this vicinity This is something we have been needing hero for a long younCamen terest in these meetings instead of coonhunting playing checkers Ind- o pitching horseshoes on Sunday Last Monday night Mr nnd Mrs W M Mallory entertained in honor of their guests Misses Baker and Gillaspie Regardless of tho rain quite a number was present Theyspent a most delightful even ing tripping the light fantastic until a late hour Reluctantly the guests departed praising Mr and Mrs Mallory who entertain as onlysuch kind and hospitable pee IepIe can and hoping Misses Gillas pie and Baker would visit her again soon that they may have such another evening of pleasure Judy Richard Clark is dangerously ill with heart trouble Turn Warner sold a fancy combi nation horse for 70 Landan Summa sold his tobacco to Moore and Anderson at 74c Mars Leggett sold his crop of tobacco to Jones Cannn at 84c 9 Cap Gilliepie bought a bunch of shoals from R L Rogers at 4c Mndaui Rumor says there are to he six weddings in this neighborhood next weik Tom Hovcrmale killed a vicious maddog after it had bitten nearly every dng in four counties nLittle Charlie son of Dave John son who had the misfortune to get nicelyoitLee Wilson visited Finley Kin caid of Salt Well the other day He and Finley are on a goose trade William Stout and family will move this week to Kaunas Sam Havens will drive the stock through by landElam Northcutt has hud several dozen pictures taken to distribute among the fair sex They seem to be in demand J W Cassidy lost a dog and cat with hydrophobia Also Marse Leggett had a dog to go mad Rufus Stockdale lost a calf with the same disease We most highly compliment the last item in the Knob Lick corres pondence of lust week and think itI should bo read over and again by all honest people and copied by exchanges throughout the State Everybody should read the ora tions Joo Blackburn delivered at the celSius of Col John L Sanford and Wm Goebel and see what a man will do for the sake of office rIt can be found in last weeks issue IN Shame on old honest Joe lSome one line said there is some wrong in our system of gov A ernment when people will sanction and allow their prejudices to over rule the will of an honest people regardless of principle oath ma ority or anything And the man who said it perhaps is honest but just for partys sake goes on and persists in voting to sustain and perpetuate the wrong rather than that bis own party should lose con trol of the olllces To tho dogs with such hypocrisy Married Feb 15 Mr Emmet Duke of this place and Mrs Alice Young of near Little Rock Bourbon Co Rev Williamson of Lex ington olliciating The groom is one of our most prosperous farmers and tho bride is a most beauti ful and accomplished lady of gen eral refinement and well worthy tho prizo she line won Immediately after the ceremony an elegant sup per was served to about thirty couples and we certainly didam plo justice to it Thoso that attended from hero were Mifeses FAn- nie Bryan Lela and Mildred Wilson Messrs J W Cassity Robert Bcaugus and James Kendall We sincerely regret the assassi of Goebel and truly hopeI eerYIGoebelout of his own pocket as Gov Faylor hUll together with the btlbuttliat r JFZor innocent will be broken Those that are eulogizing Goebelafter calling him everything but a gentleman while he was living should always remember to speak well of a man while he was living The Goe bel revolutionists have brought it all on themselves by trampling up on the rights of tho people and try lag to rob Gov Taylor of his rights and now want him to apologize and sign a paper to that effect for having received plurality of tbe votes cast last November LOST BOTrKnob LiCklCold below zero Theta is some 10 inches of snow GrnngeCityrSllfrman Markland moved to Salt Lick Iambihereabouts Last week was the worst of the season on stock Jas Maze will move this ireekvlo Sam Mazes property onlivelystandingSam moves to MeCuJI I loughs Branch Jas Lowe has gone to Indiana SundayschoolSunday Bishop was a visitor Mrs Matt Costizan is going to move soon to the Hamilton Bros lund on Flat Creek George Maze went to Torrent c soon after he was married He in tends to go to housekeeping there He left explicit rules to have his two hound pups and his shepherd sent if nothingelse Take good caro of the pups George I notice a largo antitrust meet lag in Chicago Their deliberations sound the deathknell to trusts They declared for government own ership of railroads and all public utilities the referendum and gov ernment issue of money The two old parties are denouncing trusts but make no tangible move to eradicate them There is no ille l bylawresponsible for them There is BO law to keep men from putting their money in anything they wish i hence they go triumphantly on the wealth of the nation concentrates in the hands of the few and all of liberty is lost as we were fore t z warned by that noble statesman li remedydo jir relieve the oppressed people The Democratic party the party of one 1more chance would kill them by free trade nnd antiexpansion The other twinbrother cries out expansion tariff antI annexation and railroad commissioners smell ing committees on wheels Now any person can believe that iffcommittees will suppress t l they are certainly easily iJIjbeachilMississippi river by dipping a pint tincup Lo good to yourself and witbtyour friends When you friend to whisky give him tho HARPER Whisky is tho best tortyour friends and for you Sold rJ W Lane Ovingsville K- yELEOTROPOISE Cures all diseases without the use olmedicine A pure Oxygen treatment eerythin weakness or ailment to the most persistent chronic disease and with LawyersDoctorsEditors etc even Crowned Heads of Europe have given written testi monials of these facts Testimonials with prlcoorinstrumentsfree THE ELECTROPOISE CO 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