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V + i 7 t ci 1r 1 q nCo or Zc f t- t cr1j 1tf7 5 IiI i 1i t r A nl wf I c I 7 3 c f- ht f i bt qmingtiillt 1 uttook= VOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 8 1900 1NO 33 r NEW SPRING GOODS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION Every DepartmentI FULL OF NEWSTYLE Dress Goods- Of all kinds In Woolen anti Wash Gqodst SorrMJthlnjMp for suit Waists every TO t = r When you bav a news j Item or wish to communi cate with TIlE OUTIOOK office by phone ring up Try one of our Handmade Sprin seat Saddles E L AT BIUOJJ rg I Your accounts are duo Veer 1p pect you GAULT WELLS Co S Brotbar Co keep a full dab of ollars ames 4dIalters etc etc t Spring is liable to break out onj Cl dayABow I i bli7er Plow Points at the old 4 Brintty Poin- taJ s1j price v MIKIHAN 3 tl EC PJERBf Dentist located oyrJ Ji Richarts store Office 0 liours8 to 12 a m 1 to 5pm jIn looking for a plow dont pass tbeP is 0 Chill and Avery 2 Sold by Bud Brother p The wind wall very heavy Tues day q our plan on r Machines 4 E L A A T BTUOK Save money by getting the best Tho Malta and the Double Shovel b f Plows EUGENE MINIOAK ij This weather is not of healthi Dr G W Conner has removed bis I family hack to town He can al ways be found at hiv office ready to treat your teeth 6 The largest stock lowest prices S and the bet Breech ing Check Lines etc 29tf EUOESE MIXIHAN Go to Byron Bros for a genuine p Plow or repairs A tijIatcr on each point no other 4 L rtb it GUT H K iyffn r V M iileyr pounds 0f4e P Yulcan pet pound lithe btst Chilled Plow1 The alwayjril Every plpnf Byron Brsi rtfll sellihe reliable Hncliine None bet ter F lly at a close b Examine our stock of Cook Stoves Cast and Steel Ranges Prices the lowest BROTHER Co s J M Bicbart bought near Sher iFJ burn f David Floras tobacco nt Sic and James Johnsons at 8Jc BZADIn order to make room for a lot of new Buggies coming inc April for the month of March I will sell a brandnew Top Buggy Pt for 35 a full Leather Top one for 50 T S SHEODT you have never had ono of the J S Browns colts consult 4rsi parties that have for size style 1 end action DR I Bob Brother still has the agency the best Laundry in the U S also has an agency to press and clothes If you have any t2t that you want made new see him Prices I N Denton has bought an in in the furniture and under t3 business of Paxton Son I will be glad to have his friends lkt1 on Iim 1 a 1hj In breaking old land or stubble p S offer the Avery Steel For sdiP 4 0 Chill surpasses any thing on the market c BROTHER CotS 1fP1 dLS Why is it that one of the get off J S Brown Bold in the fall of 1899 USO when so many horses bred S 4 other stallions sold for less than j 100 Simply because the get of J S Brown have the size style and j shape git Huff will call the 9th Committee toe at March 14th to t select a time and place for holding The Steel beam Oliver Chilled Plow will do the work in any kind t of land For sale by- EeIt1 L A T BYRON 5 At John J Coyles photo gallery back room over J M Richarts store all kinds of photos are made at reasonable prices Photo buttons of any size and style are also made work Adams Ex press agent sent t his father W H a fine u wild goo with instruc tions to give THE OUTLOOK piece The reporter thanks Will for his kind i La PJLBTDBE FOR RzucrA boundary of 300 acres good fence three last 11 lag water pools about 00 acres taeadow balance in old fields and weods pasture For cattle- H Address Rope Run Ky 31tf c f 2tbF PT1r Line Laces Hamburps please you in patterns and See our Superb Sewing Ia 25 Spi cinl discount for cnsh E L k A T RTKON Rcmniniii in tho po tomeo 1rh6 1900 Mrs Dora HOP AlexJohf son J E Edwards Messrs Ittcli nrdson Bros When calling Cor above letters pi en tised J N BTGON P M Rud Brother can sell you you Cook Stoves Dishes Woodonware etc and in fact setup except tho furni ture CAm OF THANKS We desire to publicly thank our friends andI for the many kindnesses shown us during our recent troubI les anti earnestly pray heaven richest blessings on each and eeryI ono of them Again thanking you we are MU AND MRS O S BnDMiGfcu Flat Creek Ky Feb 25th Now is the timo to sow Sweet Peas You can get the bestI eeedof Brother A have all kinds in bulk Mch 8 1900 Mrs Charles Overley died oftat the homo of her husband near Mt Sterling last Thursday and was buried at the Cart mill Friday She was a sister of Fletcher Georgo and Isaac Grouch of near town The noted stallion J S Brown will make the season of 1900 at the iamo burn on upper Prickly Ash f The get of this horse bring the iggest prices You will make no mistake if vou breed to this cele rated Du G W COSSEH Dan Mitchell of Carlisle bought here for Hudson Broil of Louis rille last Saturday of J L Vice a 5 ynr old brown gelding for125 of- T is Shrout a geld IE far 295nud of ff GuWlL an yerold 5 We have a full line of groceries iVrock bottom prices Give us a cntl We will give you top price for cggSi butter dec and sell you P36 just the same as if you were laying cash BROTHER RAn fOR OLD Hill Count Texas Record isgoing to Ii lie a cultivator to the most pop ullir farmer in the test to be made by votes on coupons i lipped Jo Fick I in is running third among the thirteen contestants having now 1 49 to 161 for each of tho two bead of him If Bath county vy had a vote it would go unan it mously for Old Fick STOVES STOVES to Byron Bros when you want anything in tbo lino of Cook stoves or Range up to date ons good Stoves and prices Be sure and see them before you buy It will be money in your LOUISVILLE TOBACCO 1 y George R Snyder of the Stono obacco Warehouse CoMarch 3 large offerings anti light receipts tho has eon more animated and active nn it was last week and taken asi Ii whole it is a stronger market onI all tobacco in fair order The com a mon grades of tobacco both red olory and green mixed still in the offerings The trade is anxious for a greater or good leaf andjugs than now boing shipped The greater part of tho made pro iously in our house and offered his week have made advances over former Owners of to aceD should now have their tobac co in fair order before placing it in the market We can sell you anything in the arness and Saddle line Handmade Saddles Buggy and ornees Check Lines Brie lee Firstclass and best L AT OurrtJART Thy will 0 Lord not mine be done and it was Ills will that saw cause to call Willie to come and dwell among he five months ofI diabetes Willie P- Mr and Mrs O S lied at the age of thirteen years Willie was a bright manly lit allow the favorite of his boyhood and the idol of his parents hearts Tis hard for his Brents to give him up but they can take consolation in knowing that in that beautiful unseen be rond tho skies he lsnt rest and that this parting is but temporary for some sweet day a reuniting will sdme where there will be no sick ness no death no parting Till then rest under tho assuranco off the Lord that He doeth all thipgs well and that Willie is not dead but sleeping beyond the river and waiting for the sound of Gabriels Qwpef fr y Ii Mattinps Rugs Lace Curtains IDontlargest ztsii uncut money A look convince you 1GOODPASTER COONS CO GOODPASTER NIXON coO OWiNGSVILLE KY f Sl 07 4J tocomeandsettloatonco M BnckbandsChninll Vuleauand icheaporxE morninge tTry easypayment changeable promotiva I OliverjKJfilled Plowgearing ELATBrnnN xcllawdof5ol IjoutMl000 baccoatTc warrautedbyEtigenelt1nihafl 1ayisSe warranted 4fprice tIIf GWCosssn 9forJljreoleasi loWt jrIQA 1werJour 4rtfor DsGWCoK 4Chairman bEeet Haysville theCongresslonalconvention ieiiii Firstclass guaranteed JWmTDaugborty EvansvilleInd Daugberty Monday roptr- terIta remembrance vjpjcleared Iro- nj getOlyapIa Jti IA Handsome SUCCESSORS cliinewnrratitedfor UNCtJiiMEDLETrEnR Owingsvillc sayndvei everything housekeeping neighbors gratefullyetc 1900I Goodpastcr pneumonia graveyard ataUionI 6yearold baorT rPJRRY Fgcx1The thatcounty frojntharpaper ST0vESGo Theyare pocketI MRKETI I1900Under competition predominate rejections rejections WagonI workmanship materialE BrRONI Irumigem angelsAfter iffcrlngwiTh Brnmlgem companions Forget ==r TALnonIiIosrArPMnrriod nt 1030 oclock m March 1st 180C at tho residence of the bride father on Flat Creek Miss Lucy Bigetaff daughter of Dick F Big stair to A R Talbott of ncai Paris Bourbon Co Ky Bro T S Tineloy of Owingsvillc oulciating After the ceremony an elcgan luncheon was served to about Hfij friends of the contracting parties Immediately after the luncheon the bridal party started for the elegant home of the bridegroom about five miles southwest of Paris whore n reception awaited them When the festivities were over Mr and Mrs Talbott left on n wedding trip to Arkansas and other places in the South to bo gone three weeks Theywill then return and go toI housekeeping Tho wedding presents were numerous and costly The bride was loved and admired by all who knew her being benuti fuloC a bright mind lovely in diR position She is congratulated on her choice of a husband Mr Tel bott is in all respects a perfect gentleman and is spoken of in the highest terms The friends of Mr and Mrs iulbott wish them all happiness in tho future A FlU END THE OUTLOOK extends its con ratulations to Mr and Mrs Tal bott The bride has been noted since her entrance into society as a oung lady of remarkable beauty md captivating personality and use for her domestic accomplish nents having presided over berC athere household and become toted as a hostess although still in the bloom of youth Mr Talbott is a prosperous far and gentleman of high social tending Tho match is a happy me nnd the many friends of the rides father are pleased beyond measure at the daughter if und happy choice They say the time mine vhen Ycnl mitonkto rwlJest9 Itthnt boeo whyn t blI our groceries from Perry k Btotii er They will sa i yn mOIlC nd money saved is revrcy mndef When in town calland itt themt throe doors below postoillcc in theI Blue Front LETTER FUOM LOUISIANA Editor r or OWIMSSVILLK OUTLOOK Kind friend As I have many friends in Bath Co I will try nod wrIte a few Ines to TUG OUTIOOK for I know it very popular I am now in Louis inc working every day and do not jok like tho same fellow that came out heretnd sometimes I half believe that I am not I will try and tell you something about Louisiana The llmato is very irregular some days will bo what the people hero call very cold and then the next dayt will be what I call very warmf One day here in the forenoon IworlJJ d with my coat on and in tho after noon it seemed as though I would mother There are plenty of people in Ky iiat would not know what Louisiana ogs are They came very near scar 1 g me when I first camo here and you know yourself that I am not raid of anything The hoot owls out hero will hide rIght close to a person and say Hoo Coo Hoo are you nnd that would are anybody I was not raised up i the mountains to bo scared out by screechowl but a hoot owl was not In the contractDI work every day by tho side of a i negro How would you Hko that The negroes here do not hardly know that they are freed Tho people will hire a negro for so much per month and then pay him scarcely anything If the negro loaves they will catch him give him a good thrashing and make him go to work again When man hires a negro ho keeps him as t long as ho wants him and then turns him loose without anything This is a very fine country Tho land hero sells for from 60 cents to 3 er acre I have been thinking very seriously about Investing about 16I euts in real estate hero Do you think it would pay Did you ask if there are any pretty girls out here There are just plenty f them I guess but I have not seen ne yet Somo people will say Now he is getting homesick but I am not for I know there is no uso I could not make enough money hero to get away Tho sun shines veryI iright here and I am getting blacker evey day When I get right black I am going to get in a hollow log and ioat down the river for if I was a negro I would not try to stay hero I read TUN OUTLOOK every week and it seems like an old friend every time I get It There aro less than a thousand sawmills one little railroad I had my picture taken when I first got hero so I would not forgot how I looked but as Ihave forgotten whether I am the same fellow or not I guess I will have to throw it away I dont want to say anything against Louisiana and I know you ire tired of my foolishness I will close for this time Aj ever your bestwishing friend p J PERSONAL John J Coylo was in Sharp burg Tharstlay on business Espy H Goodpaator was in Louisville and Frankfort last week J W Shrout of Mt Sterling it a guest of his brother T S Shrout C II Hoon 5a a very sick man hut way some better Tuesday af ternoonC Honakcr Jr is confined to his home with n severe case of rheumatismS nnd E M Campbell of Sharpsburg were in town Fri dayon business Miss Bertie Donaldson of uenr Sharpsburg visited T S Shnmti family Monday Mrs Sallie Lee of Craw fords yule Ind canto last week to visit friends and relatives Mrs IL A Chiles of Mt Sterling came Tuesday afternoon to visit her sister Mrs N R Patterson John W Corbin of Reynolds villa and G A Peed are on the Louisville tobacco breaks this weekI W L Stout and family have moved from near Ewington to Dr IL II Lewis farm near town Mrs Chas Spencer of Roes Run has returned from a visit to her son Clarence L Madden at Winchester James Harper of Catlcttsburg was down on n business trip in the country last week returning home Friday J W Wilson and Miss Bcttio Wells of Montgomery Co were visiting at WL Stouts near town Sunday Deputy U S rarsh3II P lacksnn stationed at Louisa wai- social cutler at this oIUYo Monday Lie1jisitedSaturday Mrs Fannie Goodpaster of Mt Sterling came Saturday on a visit o her daughter Mrs N atterson Misses Daisy and Nina Ilazc igg went Saturday to visit Misses Minnie and Nannio Rails near II Sharpsburg Mrs Eugene Minilian left Su lay morning for Louisville to visit i her sister and also to purchase n stock of millinery Mrs Ben Gay of Fayette Co nnd Mrs James W Gatewood of Mt sterling were guests of Mrs Elva atlott Monday Ellis C Byron who is attending f college in rom Friday night uuu tlnndnrI naming with his p rcnt8rDudley Spencer of Roee Run has returned from a visit of some months in Missouri He was well pleased with that country J J Lacy left here Monday for iluskogec1 Indian Territory to visit his sistelMrsBessieDeGrnfFenreidI He expects to be gono some Mrs Pierce Winn of Mt Sterling and Mrs Robert Gatewood and Miss Hattie Owings came Saturday to visit Mrs Elm Catlctt Emmet Park and Bfgo Wells went to Cincinnati Thutsday to buy pair of heavy draft horses to use n the coal business of Park An orson Mrs Emily Bradbury and son Omlr Fratman attended the Tal idttBigstaff wedding last weekand also went to the reception in Bour- n county B M GooJpaster went Monday o see his son Scott who is attending the Ky Military Institute near louisville Ho will have Scotts yes treated Mrs Fannie Talbott and Miss Hoon of Sharpeburg were ere one day last week to visit the liters grandfather C H Hoon who is very sick Clarence G McAlister Census Supervisor of the Ninth district rent to Cincinnati Wednesday of nst week to attend a meetingof the supervisors of KentuckyI Representative C W Tipton came up from Frankfort Saturday night to visit his family returning to Frankfort Monday Mrs Tipton accompanied him to spend tho week Mrs Josephine Moores returned lome Wednesday of last week from II visit of several months with rela yes in Texas and Missouri She visited her son Lee in Louisville md daughter Mrs Ben Bramblctt tt Winchester on her return trip The following attended Creston Clarks production of The Last of His Race at the Mt Sterling opera house lust Friday night Mr and Mrs N R Patterson Mr and Mrs Ashby Dawson Mr and Mrs L 0 Kimbrougb Misses Linda Allen Olga and Lizzie Moorp and Mattip Wueatley 1t 4Jf ILadies Shoes of Drew Selbys and Oxfords in Mre Wm E Richards and son James of Georgetown camo Weel nesdayof last week on a visit to Mr and Mrs J M Rlchart They returned homo Tuesday afternoc Osmond F Byron left last Thin day night to accept n position tho Census Bureau at Washington City Mrs Byron will spend n month with relatives at Paris anti then go to join Mr Byron The Tiger line of Disc Hnrrow and Corn Drills arc not excelled Found at- E L A T BTROv- SCORRESPO1DENCC CONTINUED PROM FOURTH PACE Crams Mrs Snodegar is no better James Goodpastor moved from White Oak to the house vacated br Enoch Sorrehl- Leslie Snedegar has gone to Carm with his brother Jo near Judy Montgomery Co Mrs Alvin Day and children of St Louis Mo were guests of Mrs George Garner the past week Miss Pearl Toy nnd brother Orville were guests of Mrs Jsnac Williams and family Saturday Mrs Newton A Shrout of Ov ingsvillo visited her mother Mrs Snedegar Wednesday of last weel Mrs William Parker and son of icar Lexington aro visiting har istcr Mrs John K Jones this week It isnt worth while to talk abou trio weather its so fast out of olle K hto another I cant keep up f it- Iin ard Ferguson moved Satur u the farm on the hoed of fillet Fork lately purchased of r wes Rtchart James Snecegar wife and baby CROPS Riin wera cikfts ff Ms urs parents Butler Toy i nd v1 ft Sunday I Jo Toy of near Sharpsburg is the jjucstof her parents Mr IPd Mrs John K Jones from Fri y rntil Tuesday of last week h Sjedfgar has the contract 10 violivcr fifty barrels of corn til tics in Owingsvillc purchased f Jeif Atchison near Wyoming hris Garner picked up a bottle n Slate Creel below tile mouth of Prickly Ash containing piece ot laper with the naineof John Thom IS Shrout written on it The bottle ras found March 1st Death of Emma Florenco Good winEmuJi Florence Goodwin was born September 14th 1898and led February 19th 1900 inter ior t nt Fairmount cemetery Iii ois fT ho raved parents nd relatives vve irip a tear of sympathy but recjcmbo our SIior has said Suffer little children to come unto me nnd forbid them ot for of such ja the leaven hough your darling kibgJFrom your bosom to Oii the sleeping dut And tho spirit will I Yes again you will behold It Fairer than the morning rav In your arms you will enfold all tears aro wiped a Knob Lick Bad weather continues f r Feed la getting scarce immunity V f Mr Stout moved to thi pace last week Bro Mooro will preach h v i J Sunday at 10 a m The farmers are getting r owing to the bad weather i AofThepassable the turnpike not t Mr Cox from near Do moved onto the farm of liver V t toWmi to near Knob Lick to worlt rmines r Capt Pitman and J MJ made a flying trip to SA tundny AiThe ore company cont md out ore the bad wea ithetanding c Quito a little crowd fA 9SundJy school Sunday Bi gavo us a nice little talk The walkintomyparlor i- as mapped out by Butler v til ang of deputy Domocratsi oln Nebraska the midroaders worth Tho fact is they did not n three or four very import Fsential reasons from a 1 standpoint 1st They coull orse Mr Bryan and his 1 ion theories 2d If Mrl waS a Populist he was in thi rowd and was being grooit tho wrong man Croker 31 nidroaders were in the nc if their credentials had nol ignored by Chairman Butte J t 1 TableLinens From 25c jo 3 per yar- dNapkins From SOc to 0 per dozen r those who never voted a Populi vote andRepublicans were accepted 4th and of vital importance They considered they bid a soul toave So they agreed to The inidrouders fixed giincinnati to 1hold their CQIv 1Allon annex fix their place of at Si mix Fulls The Sioux Falls ttggreg20n will nominate Bryan and bo known as the Democratic annex The Cincinnati convention will represent the true PopuliBta of the nation It is well that the separation has come Now if any want to be known hero after as a Democrat the way ie open for them via the Sioux Falls convention There is a proposition w people make If anyman can show one proposition advocated th Democratic party that is bitter COI the plain common people we will give two reasons or propositions that meet the interests of the peo plo more fully This proposition is not made for controversy but to compare notes Nor is it made to the kind of Democrats that the buy defined for a prize at school Tin teacher had offered a prize to tbe boy that would give tho best rea eons why he was of a certain party Jim was called Jim said the Re publican party had freed tin slaves and saved the Union Tot said the Prohibition part would save man from wretchednesi and women nnd children from rags anti want The prize offered was n woodchuck Tho noxt was Bill Whyare you a Democrat Be cause I want that oddchuck I expect Bill got it Ji hottie class I referred to that I did not wish to hero anyrcrntrdvorsy with because they are Dcmoc ts because they want the office antlIAdSynd argument have about as mv ct as water on a ducks ba- The Dandy ahlae ic Har row and Bulls Head rn Drill arc our leaders BROTH Co I Scraps 1r TELEPOOSE RULESTh follow ingrulcs have been ha ir irfo tbo manager of the loel eiihno exchange with a polito rellt that same be adopted bythe uipniw No mistakes in gram 5 ji ite rectified in transmis5 p People are strict f bidden U use the wires for clotbep lines Extra rates are charged for sen ing newspapers over tholine Profane swearing is wearing the line and will nut be toferat Ladies who eat onions must st four feet from the transmitter Messages sent out 1l1Jhc rain be thoroughly dried before dry No whispering allowedit if insult to the operator at tbet trill office rIn talking to a lady gent y ire requested to make a boV remove their hats i ICalling a man a liar by tel is forbidden except the sec 10 responsible for all daraj Patrons aro strictly ron use words of over twclvej for fear of brenjjntre1J t j i s jl 1 v 4 t p 34 i i 2 E I f S4 i ia 4 t n v flltiI4 W ffl M 0 m pII y Y f 1tfJ J i p 4 x f t fJtfC K3 Everything UptoDate- We s want your trade and If fair a- denlingand honest prices wilT do lwe will get It Come in and exam the our goods and prices we will take pleasure In showing you and will extend cxery effort to please you r FARMERSP r I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH YOU THE BEST PLOWS AT THE LOWEST 1pCES ifThe VULCAN is the best CHILLED PLOW Tho IJRINLEY Is the best STEEL PLOW V HALLS is tim best HILLSIDE PLOW iL Thc GENUINE MALTA w tho best DOUBLESHOVEL PLOW tj I have the largest best and cheapest stock of k jlarsMy HANDMADE SADDLES AND HARNESS are THE BEST My name on Saddles and Harness menus they are HOMEMADE and i the best I am yours for the best Saddles and Harness j EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSYILLE KY I f lyers Kirvcaid SUCCESSORS TO S P ATCHISON 1 iInD fr i1UNDERTAKERSFURNITURE tf Mr J L HESS is our Funeral Director and Em balmer 5 Telephone 12 M ASONIC BLDG WINGSVIXJU5 PALMER it OOONS 4SUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT SHROUT WILL DO YOUR I LAOKSiViiTHI Gi AND REPAiRINCIAT RCKBTTMi e 9 i J f i 4 L a r 4 t Et i t I L k p 4 l 4 S I S 4 i It CSi j l I 2r1 5 i I S 5 a 2 r i 4 5Sf C 1ii p t t 0 9 7 tr 3 f s i 15 c 4 gS v5- I 4 t i lltIOOks Publishers I b e NTUCKt- S s t a BJi vSSfeW MARCH19 t 4 5 6 7 8 IO- M I1 12 13 14 15 16 17 L k I8 19 20 21 22 23 24 i2S26 27 28 29 30 31 rEvery Boe w1 i able to carry n Run is IV u Tranvai In s5lb rccr er hoy only 12 i ol a prisoner by tim JlritiiUi lie lauU been in the thickests I tofthe light and had both legs broken 1 by a bullet Since the Itockefellcrs share of tht Standard Oil Companys dividends gives him an income of 33000000 n year from that source alone Mr Car negies statement that the oil king a IB the richest man in the world still holds good despite the remarks of Mr Frick which credit the iron king with only 21500000 a year The Twentieth century will have hbout 380 eclipses the solar being to 4 the lunar in about the ratio of four to three For the first time in any 4 a 1ahendar year since 1S23 the year 1935 4 ivih1 have seven eclipses the largest possible number The total solar eclipses visible in the United States will Occur in 101S 1923 1923 1943 1934 1979 19S4 and 1991 t Judge Brewer of the United States supreme bench is tim author or rather the editor of a work em d bodying the great orations from p Demosthenes down He has incor lt porated Champ Clarks speech in eu logy of Frank Blair in the collection and it is one of the richest in classic and historical allusion the American congress ever heard I iI It is generally supposed that more q i Then arc killed by artillery than in fantry fire This is a total crrone PVflS notion as from medical reports r it mould that the rifle is rc rnanib1for nearly 90 per cent of th British killed Tn the Franco i i man war it was estimated that I huhiI Japanese servants are more and sp more in demand every year in New i York They are looked upon as more than any other kind of do Jm help There ic one serious ob jectio 0 them They lavish their po- lit nd courtesy on the masculine members of the household in which 4 employed and can not be in 0dUC1I to treat time women with re tipcct I F3T the current year it is prophe the yield of the Baku oil fields ittvih1 pass 50000000 barrels The pe yield of the United State fcr r 1697 wa 60568031 barrels It is an 4Interesting evidence of the different in effect in the two great oil fields of the world that the yield jj from many t T f 1 rW7i1 4 r tcr1I l4LldiI tp t I I J e s b 2 t A q ii i 3 bd p I r V k I z Pt v J tt 4 tp tI I 1 Iv iVpPi C l Sa 4II eLI t p i J 4 S 3 CZ jr4 4 c- b 4St 45 r- ttZt J 4 ii i1 h ir4eV 1 fj v p t f St T TdP t JS-I Viic1 e1 r b L VI 7 ti pgt d iiti tj ijic 1 bsSSpI f p J1r t i s fP t z k KINDLY WAJMNGj Dr Tnlmnge Speaks Concerning Evil Associations Ailly lIliiKtrnteK lilt Text Thai a Companion of 1ooln Shall lie Destroyed Advice for VOIIIIHT mill Old I Copyright liy Louis IClojisch In this discourse Dr Talmage speaks on a theme whieh nil men young and old will he glad to we dis cussed and the kindly warning will no doubt in many eases be taken text 1roverbs 1320 A eompaiiton of fools shall be destroyed May it please tho your said a onvieted criminal when asked by the judge what he had to say why sen tence of death should not be pro nouneed upon him may it please the nun bad company has been my de struction received the blessing of good parents anti in rot urn therefor promised to avoid all evil associates Had kept my promise should have avoided this shame and the burden of guilt whieh like a vulture threatens to drag me to justice for my many crimes Alt hough Ionee moved in high circles and was entertained by distinguished men I am lost llad company ilid time work for me Only one out of a thousand illustrations was that of the fuel that a com panion of fools shall hi destroyed It is an invariable rule Here is a hospital with n hundred men down with the ship fever Here is a hcallhy man who goes into it He does not so certainly eaSels the disease as a good man will catch moral distemper if he eonsents lo be shut up with the vicious anti the abandoned In lie piisons of the olden time it was the custom lo put the prisoners in a cell together and am sorry to say it is the custom still in some of our prisons so that when the ilav of liberation conies the men instead of being leformcd are turned out brutes not men each out having learned the vires of all the rest Ve may in our worldly occupation be obliged to tall to mind commingle with hail people but he who volun tarily chooses that kind of associa tint is carrying on a courtship with a Delilah which will shear the locks of his strength and hit will hit tripped into perdition Look over all the millions of the nice anti you cannot show me a single instance where a man voluntarily associated with the had for one year anti maintained his integrity Sin is catching it is in fectious it is epidemic A young man wakes up in one of our great cities knowing only the gentlemen of the finn into whose service he has entered In the morn lag he enters the More and all the clerks mark him measure him this cus s him The had dens of that es tablishment the good clerks of that establishment stand in nomc relation to hun The good clerks will wish him well but they will wait for a for mal introduction mind even after they have hail time introduction they are very cautious as to whether they shall call luau into their association before they know him very well Hut the bad young men in that es tablishment ail gather around Julia They patronize him they otTer lo show him everything that there is in time city on one condition that he will pay the expenses for it always happens so when a good young van nail a luau young man go togethf a place of evil entertainment ine good ynhlmiur IuiJi aiwava has to jvi 5P p 4 q a i1 Iiav thI 1r eI I t rV a f I SVpIVt i c 4SF21W i4V rI I I I stI tI 1 i t 4 h 4 4 i S3r SdPi Ifrich iI4 i e Lva j44k 4 ui p tuPq y 2 4dS J Ii b I i PsitSI 1f t p 4i c p J r tVSf P uiViShip 5S 554SJ r a t JbL e f tste 1 g 555tt c1 I p e i I p 1 t fqr r 4 5 I i4SS 4d St aL 4p fe ps brs mISSi I seduce you away There is nothing that would please them m well as to have you give iipyour employment and eonsort with them These Idlers you will fluid standing around the engine houses or standing at noonday or about noon on the steps of rome lintel or fashionable res taurant giving the idea they have dined there They have not dined there They never will dine there Ileforeyouinvitenyouiigmauintovonr association ask him plainly What do you do for a living f he says Xothinpr am a gentleman look out fur him care not linw soft hii hand or how elegant his npparel or how high sounding his fiunily 1111110 his touch is death Thesrt KOile who have nothing to do will come around you in your huuusy hours and they will musk you to ride with them to Chevy Chase or to Yn trnl park amid they will tell yon of some excursion that you must make of some wine hint you must drink of some beautiful dance that you must see They will try to take you away front your regular work Associate with these men ami tirst of all yon will become ashamed of your apparel then you will lose your place then yow will lose your respectability then yon will lose your soul Idleness is the next door to villainy When the police go to tind criminals where do they go to find them They lind them amnng the idle those who have nothing to do or having sonic Ihing to do refuse to engage lit their daily vtork Soiu one came to good iiM Ashbel Crgja Jid asked him why hit wnrLh atif vhuen it was time for him to rest Oh he replied I work to keep out of mis ehiiifiimih no oman can afford to be idle rare not how strong his moral character he cannot afford to be idle that yon say A greit ninny peo lilt ire suffering front enforced idle ness During hue hard times there were a great many people out of em ployment I know it hut time times of dullness in business are the ti ues when men ought to be thoroughly en gaged in improving their minds and enlarging their hearts The fortunes lo he made 20 years from now will be made by tin young men who in the times when business was dull culti vated their minds anti improved their hearts They will get the fortunes after awhile while those men who hang around their stores never en gaging in any useful occupation will lit as poor then as they art now U in absurd for a Christian man to say lies nothing to do I went into a store in New York where there were five Christian men and they said they hind nothing to do The whole world lying in sin Pov erty to be comforted sickness to be alleviated a Kible in the back ollite every opportunity of mental culture spiritual culture every inducement to work yet a Christian man sworn before high Heaven to consecrate his whole life to usefulness has nothing to do If you have not business for I huh world my Chrislian friend then you ought to be doing business for eternity People go to Florence utah to Venice and to Home to see one of the works of the great masters think I can show you the picture of on of the great masters I ivejr1y the field of the slntlifiilyiiMlhy the vineyard of the man understanding and lo it was nil grown over with thorns and nettles hind covered the lace thereof amukthue stone wall there of was Then I saw and considered it wcjl looked upon it and received instruction Yet a little sleep a little slumber a little folding of the hands iI sleep So shall thy or y COt a one that travcleth iht want as an armed mann Hipp iv uajuotc explosive passage in itc IhilihiCauu tnat it first hiss hilcflue fuse of a cannon 6 VYicn bursjs like a Slpoundcr d proverb was true The 5v most men but idlers e dcviir Therefore seek V VfrrT to do If no worldly bind rs then in the name of time t V is Christ go out on Christian V jvjthe Lord will bless you and i W help you ftij J pounscl you ayoM the pleas i f the man whose entire y 5 is to seek or recreation i Vnient I believe in thin Ji Is of the world so far as anoccnt 1 could not live jlm Any man of sanguine VY i l1 must have recreation or V ri the amusements and re 1a1 vlife must administer to preparnfc55liavt given they ii lie did muot some indulge It God hath ct in vnve amid 1mmhit f rnuuuualelny But all brightness of the t icrehy hut i iuieil r if- i J t b 51i i rp I vJ i ci i I t I t n a i s r i r y t eIA i 5J t i P a 1 4 r p s s i iX 1 I Jfr5i 1 S 54i I 5S 5b5 4 peels for flit eternal world God has thrust into our busy life n sacred duty when we are to look after our souls It is exorbitant after giving six days to the feid i a ii t lie clot hug of these perishable bodies that God should de mand one day for the feedingand thii clot Ii iuig of the immortal goiil Our bodies are sevenday clocks and they need to be wound up and if they are not wound up they run down into the grnve No man ean eoiilinuoiisly oen k lie Sa Ii ml hii is ihivsji al and mental health Ask tluana aged men and thev will tell vou lucy never kuit macu aouutjiuuiamuislv broke hue Kabbath who did hut fail either In mind body or Inoral principle A nfaeturer gave this as his experienee He said owned a factory on tin Iehigh Kvery thing prospered kept the Sabbath and everything went on well lint tuna Sn blat Ii morning ltlinuigli t muuysel Co f a ii ca si ii Ic a thought would invent that neu shuttle before sunset and refused all food and drink until had com pleted that shuttle 1v sundown hail completed it The next day Monda I showed to my workmen and friends this new fhntllc They all congratu ha cal me on my great urncess pin that shuttle into play enlarged1 m business but sir that Sundays work cost me 0OCO Krom that day every thing went wrong failed in business and lost my mill Oh my friends keep the Lords day You may think it old fogy adviee hut give It to you now Kemember the Kabbath lay to keep it holy Six days shalt thou labor and do all thy work hint the seventh is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God in it thou shall not do any work A man saul that hit would prove that all this was a fallacy and so he did I shall raise a Sunday crop And he plowed the field on the Sabbath and then he put in the seed on the Sabbath and cultivated the ground on time Sabbath When the harvest was ripe he reaped it on the Sabbath and he carried it into time mow on the Sal bath and then he stood out defiant to his Christian neighbors and said There that is my Sunday crop ami il is all garnered After while a storm clInic up and a great darkness and the Ugh t lungs of Heaven struck the barn and away went his Sunday crop Be ware yonngman of all Inahhath break ers Again charge you beware of asso t jolt with tin dissipated Go with them and yon will in lime adopt their habits Why is that milan fallen against the curbstone covered with bruises and beastliness He was as bright facet a lad as ever looked up from the nur sery Ills mother rocked him prayed for him fondled him and would not let the night nil touch his chuck and held hint and looked down into his lov jug eyes and wondered for what high position he was being fitted He en tered life with bright hopes The world boekoned him friends cheered him but the archers shot at him vile men set traps for luau baud habits hooked fast to him with their iron grapples his feet slipped on the way and there he lius Who would think that that uncombed hair was once toyed with by a fathers lingers Who would think that those bloated cheeks were ever kissed by a mothers lips Would you guess that that thick tongue one made a household glad with its inno cent prattle Itter no harsh words in his ear Help him up1uit the hunt over that once manly brow Brush the dust from that coat that once covered a generous heart Show him the way to time home that once rejoiced at the sound of his footstep and with gentle words tcl hits children to stand back ns 5n help him tlirougirtTio half That was n kind husband once anti an indulgent father He will kneel with t hem no more as once he did at family prayers the little ones with clasped hands looking up into the heavens with thanksgiving for their happy home lInt now at midnight he will drive them from their pillovvs anti curse them down the steps and howl after them as nnchuK they fly down the street in night garments under the calm star light Who slew that man Who blasted that home Who plunged those children into worse than or phanage until the hands are blue with cold and the cheeks are blanched with fear and time brow is scarred with bruises and time eyes are hollow with grief Who mantle that life a wreck nail filled eternity with the uproar of a doomed spirit Oh if I luau sonic art by which I could break time charm of time tempt ers bowl and with mailed hand lift out the houmg serpent of eternal despair and rhake out its coils and east it down and crush it to death Shake ofT time Sabbath breaker Oh turn your back upon these men Shake oft time skeptic Shake ofT the idler Shake oft the pleasnrist You may do this work of ejection in politeness but you may do it firmly You are not un tier circumstances t o lose all t lie re membraucef T the fact that you are a must always act the voting man said to a 1 T V V i Old chap how ibid I n V Yloney ii V I ie Quaker I got it by j v A ivvlicl0 iii wlc1 lion V Pwilteivihify v = V fP lie l ltc lit lie firm- r il meant it If 3011 say H vay they will keep on SV 9 fe ation and their temp CY awhile you with stand p en you will say after V a lilt le longer Yes 1 fa lost back upon time ban you too better feast 5P lises of God are the Zj i of Heaven are tIme LTS of Ksehol are V cj i s v tankards The sons t T tlle Tor Almighty ZuiIt slzuumiliumg at tue fJilt wine and divide theiiutiiiift IIIUF- MIMstsYi is adaughtcr jvr the blossoms of z r cheek the flush of Ju And her name is Ke are ivays of pleas P patimsarepeace t BE NOTIFIED i In Ilecnrd to iie1 icflamu ornf- cii ij Hoot m racrefry of uI1Sum2 f flue army Vega- muueiuuheI to renal as s is Ishiheci iii aetiomm t hospital or sta- It iliuty of ids r to secure ids ef- re flu inveumtory re 1 hundred and twen war according to i Sind to notify hcar c fact of death inventory with final Iimrivuralctl alirect t uuarahaif flte armt1- e has been no Ic- notification of the y Aln a fcdcnitirm uTns clubs of tin hurtvd t FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Ilrnt Sciilon WtmliliiRton Feb 31Senate Formal discussion of tin right of former Senatoi Quay to a scat In Uio Hcnnte na a mem her from Pennsylvania was bocun b Atr TiHrlry He presented n constitu tional argument agaInst time seating ol Mr tjimy Coiuldcratlon of the Hawai ian Ruvvriimcnt taut liniiiRht out a lively illscnsPlim between Mr Tlllman iiiul Mr S ooii T which tho forintT admitted thnt Imllut bnxtH heal lx rii Fluffed and Negroes hul torn stint In tIme south maintain whltct domination An amend ment WHS made In tint bill striking out the property iiiiillllciitlon of voters fan members of time legislature but little other proKfofts was made HIIIIFC Tho Rpneral debate on the Ior lo Itlrnn InrHf bill Was extended until Tuesday night InleKst centered In tin conferences which were going on among the republican lenders and tin dissent IIIR republicans In their efforts to com promise their differences upon the bill Vashliiclon Feb STSenate Mr Iepew of New Yiirk addressed the seimti on t lie Philippine nestlon Ills oral lar was beautiful In thought and diction He strongly upheld the policy of tile ad ministration and In conclusion so brilliantly commerce and clvllizatlor movoiiiK hand In hand for the happlnest anal iflall thor of tin People of the Phi IpptmH as well us those of this country that time galleries were swept by a slorn applause After Mr Turloy hail con his speech on the Quay case hut Hawaiian government bill was again ta ken up but little progress was inane House The general debate on tin 1orto Rlcnn tariff bill closed Mr Uolllver ol Iowa and Mr Halley of Texas inaklnp the closing argumcnls Kach spoke for an hour amid n half The republican unarm agers now confident that with the modifications agreed upon at the confer ence the bill will command a narrow majority In the final vote Washington Fell Senalo Xotwlth slandlng the ngreemcnt nuule by the senate to vote tin tile Hawaiian govern ment bill the html vote on time measure was iHislponed Until oclock Thursday Irnct rally no progress was manIa on tht bill although It was under conslderallon nearly four hours Mr Aldrlch chair man of the finance committee at time opening of the session made an expla nation of the work tif time conferees on the linnnclal measure his statement re stillIng In an unexpcclcd fluid spirited de bate tamiseTime hattie royal over time 1orto Hlcan tariff bill ended In the house In a srtWjilng victory for tIme republicans The bill amended and agreed upon nt the conference of the republicans on Monday night so ns to reduce tin tariff from 3 to li per cent of tile American tariff aunt limiting Its life to two years was passed by u vote of 172 yeas to lt nay Washington March LScnateTiie bill providing a form of government for time territory of Hawaii was passed without division Mr Clay fa delivered a care 1hiitiiualnislieresolutions declaring It to be time policy of the tnlteil State to turn over lands to the Filipinos as soon as a stable government could be established by them under tile protection of this country The Porto Rican tariff bill was made the un finished business ami wIlt be considered soon ns the conference report on the finance bill shall have been disposed of next Tuesday House The democrats scored their first victory of time session on the motion to take up contented election case of AMrlch vs Hobbins from tIme Fourth Ala bama district On two separate votes the democrats with the aid of two re publicans Mr Mondell of Wyoming and II C Smith or Michiganbeat the re publican upon the qncston of consid ratIon An acreement was made to con sider the Lund bill relating to second class mall mutter Starch a A bill passed shIpVIima1wnraImake an attempt to reach the north pole Washington March i Senate Interest In the Porto Klcan tariff measure now has been transferred from time house to the senate Consideration of the lull em bodying substantially the provisions of provtaitngforfluent for time Island of 1orto Rico was begun several speeches being made An hour and a half of time session was de voted to consideration of time Quay case Mr lIner Mass presenting an able con seatIngSirwas the Intention of the framers of the constitution that time senate at all times should have Its full quota of members House Within two hours of a special message from the president recommend ing the immediate passage of u bill to place In his hands tall the moneys cot lected upon Porto Hlcan goods since time Spanish evacuation of Inc Island to bo used for tIme relief of time lore Itlcans househsdTimebtldemocrats two populists ami two sll repmmblicpnscontested election r V rm the Fotirth wintiniiKiMllstrSctwtllcli time bouse twice refused to con sitter was taken up 135 to 123 anti was dayWashingtondissent a resolution was adopted calling on the Secretary of war for the court martial proceedings held during the war against Adjt Gen Corbin The Quay res olution was taken up and Mr Hoss of uutSirered a lengthy SPeech on the conference report on time financial bill The senate adjourned early on account of time death of Representative Kpes of Virginia vassedforCallfnrimtaRepresentatIveEpesnight A committee of IS members was appointed by the speaker to act with a Asfurtherthe house thou adjourned until Monday Snow Tru Feet lllRh Ogilcnbnrfr X V March 4Time fierce buzzard prevailing over this sec tion for 30 hours has lifted leaving the city under a heavy mountain of snow The snow is piled five to ten feet high nail trams can only get through on ear t racks orJ1ewahks Business is nt n standstill anil schools are closed Xo through railroad trains have arrived since Wednesday night nciiilillfliin Divided In Texas Waco Tex March 5It is believed that time republicans will tend two del egations to time next national conven tion Up to time present time nearly every county and congressional con vention held in tIme state has split and sent two delegations to time state con vention Strnnmhlp Line Connolldntlon Xew York March 3 ISernard H lInker president of the Atlantic Transport steamship line returned on time Incania He confirmed the re port of the consolidation of the Ley laiifi line anil the Atlantic Transport line which will take effect May IlrltlKli Force In nrltUIi Territory Uio Janeiro March 4 Information has reached this city that armed lInt ish forces which mire in Brazilian terri tory near Itio Hranco have hoisted a Uritish flag The authorities arrested some persons suspected of conspiracy against the government Several of ficers of the army and navy mire among the suspected persons Sword for fronje Paris Mnrvh 4 the subscription opened by Henri lEochefort to buy len Cronjc sword now amounts to more than 3000 francs Child Cremntril While Alonr Portsmouth Va March 2Attn Knight aged 5 years was locked in the house at night alone When her mother retnrneil tIme child was found cremated lieu clothes hind caught fire trout a stove Half time Amount Ruined Philadelphia March 2Mayor Ash bridge sent to Senator Hanna chair man of the national republican com mittee a cliccrf for 3000 for the re publican convention thus making 50 000 sent to time committee or onehall of the haiti pledged by tIme city Prof Moaett Sum moiieiKo WashInKlt ii llerkeley Cal March 2Irtf for nrd iuoses lois ben summoned to Washington by a telegram from Sen ator Perkins to consult with President McKinley in regard to his anticipated appointment upon the new Philippine commission He left immediately for Washington lIsts No Assets New York Marcii 2 Charles E Hnntc of this city tlhtl a petition hi Imnlirnptry in tl e nitl State lia trigt court IabIliltctu10Tlii2 ny 1 STATE ODDS AND ENDS TRAGEDY AT A DANCE The llcnrllenit Murderer Smoked a Cigareile cnr lie Cairpae ifter CominUtlncr hue Crime London Ky Starch 5One of tIme foulest anil most coldblooded mur ders ever perpetrated in this section was committed near Kast Iternsladt a mining town in this county at the Smalhvooil ilive a disreputable joint on the line of the 1 X railway Millanl Hughes u young man from Whites Station Madison county while at the Smallwood resort attend hug a dance was set upon by Leonard Smallxvood lliimp Jragg and others anil while begging for his lift hail time whole lif his head shot tilT While Hughes who haul been shot twice in tho head with n 44ealiber Colts revolver was lying on the floor still gasping for breath his murderer Leonard Smallwood took a seat by tilt lire amid coolly lit a cigarette and smoked it within two feet of time murdered mans body The corpse lay there all night and was not removed until after time coroners jury had viewed time body ONE DEAD ONE DYING Terrible Itenullfi of a Little Iloj- rSpilllnc romlcr oil un Open Hearth Near Jrnynon Ky irnyson Ky March 5Vhmile Irani Mullins anti Marion Dowdie were starting to work in tile coal mines a 3ycarohl J oy picked up half a gallon can of mining powder and ran towanl the fire and as Mullins at tempted to catch him the child dropped the can on the open hearth spilling part of it The powder exploded with terrific force setting tire to the clothing of Mrs Mullins her three children and Oowdie and Mullins Mrs Mullins a sheet of flames ran to a pool of water near by Mullins and Dowdie tore time clothes iron the children and then from themselves Mrs Mullins has since died and her husband is dying The others recover PLEADED GUILTY A IonlBville llnnlrrnre Healer Fined filrOO for Knlaely IIHIIiiK a Car ltind of Ireldil Louisville Ky March 3Tile fed eral grand jury retiirnetl an indict ment against John W Price secretary of W 15 lielknap Co hardware dealers one of time largest wholesale houses of this city The indictment alleges that Price on October 10 1SOS billed to the E L Wilson Hardware Co of Ieanmont Tex a car load of mixed hardware guns ammunition etc labeling and billing said ship uncut as wagon material in the rough tIme rate on which is lower than tIme rate oil mixed hardware The indictment it is said is time re stilt of rivalry between St Louin and Louisville wholesalers in thin Texas market Later in the day Mr Price pleaded guilty and Judge Evans fined him 150X Charge Mode lly Creditors Mar9hu 3An qrnend ed petition filed in time federal comirt makes sonic serious charges in con nection with time bankruptcy proceed ings instituted against J 11 Nugent a Fourth avenue tIny goods merchant Kngents creditors allege that Will Nugent son of E U Nugent has left the city with money realized on huts fathers house and time stock of his store and that he can not be located Time amount young Nugent is saul to have taken is about 14800 It sets forth that Nugent now has assets of about 7000 only while his liabilities are 40000 Innrreled Over n Pair of Socks Middlesboro Ky March 5Vimhl and John Stevens brothers fell out over the possession of a pair of socks at the mines when time former pulled a pistol and idiot time other through time breast ii Ilkting a fatal wound The men were colored Stevens made his escape Vned ills FntherM Knife Lcitehlield Ky March 5Jamnes Sisk son of Coroner T M Sisk who has been deliriums for thin past two days borrowed hits fathers knife and emit huts throat His parents learned time motive too late and the son may die hays Dylntc Statement Middlesboro Ky Mardi 5 John Lewis Howard is dead anti before he expired reiterated thin statement that he killed his father at time solicitation of hits mother Time boy was 10 years old nt time time of tIme alleged crime IloiylliiRT Alley Dime Lexington Ky March 4Fire dam aged Mcillers bowling alleys mind sa loon to time extent of about 3000 In surance 2500 Itamsey Co sign painters also suffered liii a New Theory Lexington Ky March 2John Morgan a mountain detective says that iocbel was killed by gamblers who had bet he would not be govern or He says he knows the men and could arrest all of them within a week Fight Ir a Blind Tiger Pineville Ky March 4Near Arch er Gap Cumberland mountain Robert Tarrott shot and killed Nose Sargent and mortally wounded a bystander named Lewis The fight occurred in n blind tiger and all were drunk I lent Montgomery to Starry Elizabethtown Ky Mardi 2Lieut William Slack Montgomery son of Judge James Montgomery hues an nounced that he will soon be married to Miss Emily Clarke Poorc of Polity near Hackensack N Y Montgomery was with Dewey at Manila Merchant My terlon ly MiiiIng London Ky Marcn 2M A Vat kins a dry goods denier left lucre ten days ago for Louisville Ky for time purpose of buying his spring stock of goods and has not been heard from since He had a large sum of money A Shipment of Gun Frankfort Ky March 2Time ship meat of four Held pieces and a large number of guns mind ammunition con stituting a carload in all caused con siderable speculation lucre It is said Lexington was the destination of the shipment and the cause of it is not known ncre Candidate for Congreai Campion Ky March 4iIon A U Stamper county attorney has an nounced himself as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress in the Tenth district TORE DOWN THE CREPE Ilent Chan Ward Confess e lie anti Serif Get Iearer lid the Deed Stay lie CanrtMnrtlnled Frankfort Ky March 4Liemit Charles Ward of Company C Lexing ton and Sergt George Pearce of the same company who is also sergeant major of the 2d regiment tore the crepe from time marble columns of time capitol Pearce confessed to Lieut Cob Morrow and implicated Ward The latter is now at home having in tIme meantime been relieved from duty to return to business lime act is thought to have been time result of a thoughtless romp Lieut Col Morrow will order a courtmartial He predicts that Ward anti Pearctr will be severely punished The charge against Ward will be conduct unbecoming an otlicer There In talk of prosecution in the local courts but Morrow said I shall not surrender these men to the civil authorities They can be punished but once for this offense and that will be by courtmartial KENTUCKY WILL LEAD Repnlilleann From the Southern Slnten AVIII Sleet In anhvllle to Consider nn Klectlon Law Frankfort Ky Match 4Tiie com mittee appointed by tIme republican legislative caucus to arrange for a convention of time republicans of Ken tucky Virginia Missouri Mississippi Alabama North and South Carolina to inaugurate a movement against thin election laws now in force in those states held a meeting and organized Senator N T Howard of Butler coun ty was elected chairman anti Senator W II Cox of Maysville secretary The Kentucky state convention will be held some time between now and April at Louisville Tim convention then will issue an address to thin re publicans of the states mentioned calling a convention of all of them to meet nt Nashville Tenn later Won With Morgan Glasgow Ky March 5 Harmon H Harlow one of time wealthiest men in Barren county is dead He was cap mired on Morgans raid into Ohio and was sent to Camp Douglass With others he engaged in a daring con spiracy to escape but their plans were discovered and thwarted Mr Harlow was time oldest son of the late Hon Smith Harlow a noted Kentucky poll tician Miners Were Wronsr Owensboro Ky March 2Coal miners at the New Holland mines went back to work after n strike of three weeks While out the men or ganized and joined the union As soon an they organized higher union ofliclals told the strikers they were wrong in their demands The mine owners signed the union scale The owners claimed the right to assign men to places in time mines Another Charged With the Crime Somerset Ky March 5 Milford Bartlett who was arrested several weeks ago accused of Burning and IdllHi his wife in aa nIt abandoned cabin was given his examining trial before County Judge Cotron and ac quitted A Negro named Bowen launch was arrested immediately after the Bartlett trial charged with time murder of Mrs Bartlett Fine Finds Promised Louisville Ky March 2ronu final payments which are being made on entries for the Kentucky Derby of 1900 valued at C000 the Clark stakes 4000 anti time Kentucky Oaks 3000 Secretary Price of the new Louisville Jockey club feels assured of unusual ly tine fields for those events Time limit for these payments expires on March Mnlelded While on n VUlt Falmouth Ky March 5Alvin Hart a prominent young farmer of near Demossville while on a visit to his father near Concord suicided by shooting himself He leaves a wife and three small children The latter have been ill with diphtheria anti time worry incident thereto is assigned aa the cause for time rash net Wife and Child Mysteriously Dead Columbia Ky March 2The wife anti 2yearold child of Peter Cooper died within n few minutes of each other anti ratucr mysteriously He left after breakfast to work about one mile away At about oclock he was sent for and on reaching home found them both dead The ease may be in vestigated Rerrard for Goeheln Assassin Frankfort Ky March 2In the house time Ward bill appropriating 100000 for ferreting out the assassin of William Goebel was discussed for nearly five hours and finally passed by a vote of 57 to 37a strict party vote Will Appeal to Congress Lexington Ky March 4A syndi cute organized here to back Simon Peter Gross in time American restau rant at time Paris exposition claims unjust demands hare been made and that they will bring time matter before congress through Senator Lindsay Arreatetl n Second Time Middlesboro Ky March 4John Henry Cummings who shot and killed John Girnn nt Hartranft Tenn Sun day anti was released nt the coroners inquest was again arrested and taken to Tazcwell He was released on bond Sentenced to NinetyNine Years Cynthlana Ky March 3Ed Ma son colored aged 23 was found guilty of murder in the first degree and sen tenced to the penitentiary for ninety titan years Time crime for which Ma son was sentenced was the murder of huts sweetheart Sarah Hawkins last November Two Store Robbed Lancaster Ky March 3Two stores at Prcachcrsville near here were entered by thieves who carried away about 200 worth of merchau disc Io tmniiter Shoots himself Dikon Ky March 3 Postmaster John C Mooney attempted to commit suicide by shooting himself with a pistol The ball entered his breast just above the heart and physicians say his chances of recovery are few He gives no reason for his act other than that he is in trouble flail Refused Bardstown Ky March 3Dan Barnes charged with Squire W B Nichols murder here in November was refused bail by Circuit Judge Jones The trial was set for May 28 SCORE FOR THE MENU Ho Guessed at thu French mad Strcclf Nothing flat Eggs and Toothpick Gilioo Next time I take a to a French restaurant I wont be so allfired smooth I dont care a dura whether she believes I talk French in my and take a French newspaper or whether she thinks I dont a poodle from a dachshund WihhetsViiata the matter now Last night I thought if Id go right down the card anti pick out something every rightIffruit Well time first round we got was with a dropped egg in it Well you didnt have to eat it The next prize package I drew wa a plain omelette I fought shr of it and said 1 was waiting for the real tolid dhhes Yes Well next I broiled in butter and then egg sandwiches I couldnt plaj off forever and I had to eat em Poor old chap Then I got and jumpedclear to the last thing on the list And what do you think the waiter brought uaT Toothpicks X Y Press Our Increase of Insanity Much discussion has been aroused bv the alarming increase of insanity Ourhgk rate of living is the cause assigned In tho rush for money both men and women neg I heel their bodies until the breakdown comes The best way to health is by a faith ful use of Hostellers Stomach Bitters By curing all stomach ills this remedy prevents nervous breakdown It is al o an excellent medicine for constipation dyspepsia andt biliousness Took film Down A former commodorecaptain of a famous transAtlantic line while friendly and polite to his passengers when below was much the reverse approached when ontduty As he happened to on deck one fine afternoon a lady quite unaware of this peculiarity accosting some trilling 3 query as to time probable duration of the favorable weather was both surprised and indignant to get curtly answered lont know maam dont know Better go and ask the cook The lady though taken somewhat aback was nuite equal to the occasion and re joined Oh I beg a thousand pardons Excuse me pray thought I was addressing tha cook Colliers Weekly lions This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney it Co Props Toledo We the undersigned have known F jCheney for the last 15 years and believe hun perfectly honorable in all msinea transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists To ledo Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesalo Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bot tie Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Tile Crowning Slight An Atchison man has been henpecked dam ing time greater of his life by a wife and lire daughters Against his will he has been obliged to take little homeopathic pills when he would have preferred quinine to attendSthe Episcopal church when he preferred the Baptist and his wonwn folks corn pelled him to be vaccinated by a woman doc tor Atchlson Globe A Meddlesome Amateur Uncle Bill what is a political love feast Well it u when a politicians get together and pledge themselves to keep outsiders from getting on to their scraps Indianapolis Journal Tortify Feeble Lungs Against Winter with hales honey of and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Liars should make it a point to carefully cultivate their memories Rams Horn Pisos Cure a a wonderful Cough medi cine Mrs W Pickert Van Siclen andthilake Ayes Brookhyn Y OcL 26 91 S The proper size for a lazy individual exercise Chicago Daily News A frog would leap from a throne of gold into a puddle Publius Syrus Wee are the the Bushmen Yale RecordSBlood Humors Aro Cured by Hoods Sarsaparill I always take- HoodsSarsaparilla in the Spring and it is U Purifies the best blood purifier I know of Miss the BloodFEAELZUIUTFnc Bald Eruptions thatcame on my facehavo all disappeared since I I Hooduresmy father of catarrh itEruptions AuUA IIAIImLT0X Bloomington Ind I had scrofula sore all over my back and takingEradicacsand in a few weeks I Scrofula could not see any sisa otthesores Ouio MOOBZ Mount Hope Wis From lay Factory to USER ONE Profit Our I luau AMI BIKLBA twlwa Maealat baa all th C toDato Impimu menta nacceaan LUnch witbcholceof otkorwal tint mblnt IttnniUhad AUTOMATIC TIIREADLNO SaulE TLE i3onioenatth ihaule thradad 114tT far welt 15 pststJhrE1Pt of b t ol nt oiivackad In a hudisiD VELVET lined caM Wlibtef scttinabout 4U within S3 mllnet chicago Tba eabinat work i ornamental tba drmwvra ant coy bsytsgjbourfsct017Onion tar oor rvmral llnvof aimilNa jra tosiIIiWo ship this nichth C 0 DLscbIns sli 5m4aOCR HPRLXi CATALOCUE IOOO IIInatTatcd ssL will n1 presid on 25 entawh1c uvsrt of pr chsrp and will ba nfandad onrpeSlpI of tirt orisr rst catic t wbolalpiinaon KVEBYTjnNO you EAT iEARIad UE Kabli bad JOHN M 8MTTH CO ian iso168 wrM iuo St- OrdarbrtliliNo n B CHICAGO HJ WIL DOUGLAS S3 35O SHOES Worth S4 to 56 compared with other indorsed by over I 10000CO wearen t 91The genuine hire W LmDocjUs tome and price stamped on bottom no lubslitate cUImo to be 2s rood Your dealer is should keep thezailnot we send a onretemptofpiceand2c W Vt eitn for carnage State Mod of leather Tsize and width plain or cap toe Crt free wanvm L CO Erockten6Jisj DrBuWsCures all Throat and Lung Affections COUGHSYRUPGettbegemmuine t Is SUREi5h5szrs7ztciueflpfrsia Tria4ofor- cWANTEDLs cr Lnmbr ro fA CO Siw MtcDt ctnrrra Indian pa U la ana D VEWqUtCkIiiIfJSeIt DtSCO5R- a iaidtt5irs CHAITKU I ISonetbingunusual was going on nt division heajquarlcrs and tin turn in the nearest regimental atnps regular and volunteer wore lined up along the sentry posts and silently eagerly Matehing nnd waiting lcir a week rumor had liocti rife that orders lor a Jifloeliailed it with delight Kor n inniilli bil riDS at night in dripping drenrh ing fogs drifting in from tit Parilir or drilling for IIIMIS tnih day on tin bleak slopes of the Presidio heights they liiiil S Ijeen prayiig for Miimllilng to luoak d1 ihc inoiioluny of tin loiilint They ere envious of the rotnradcs who hud lieon shipped lo Mimli riniitniis of those who IiI Mniitird Santiago and would have welcomed with iiurcaon i ing rnthtisiaMii any mandate that INIIL 4 promise of rhnngc of ncor dill y The afternoon was raw and chilly tlu wet wind blall and Miong from Ih- ewIunl H a and the ini t rolled in thick and looey hiding fmni view tin familiar landmai Iof the iiri hboi tnmd and forcing a display of lamplights ill tIle row of gaudy snlixiu ariOKS tho Mroot that boiindtd Ihc ramp giound toward the netting sun though Hint in visible luminary wa still an hour high Dud afternoon drill only ju t OUT loniiany aflrrroinpanv in IhdrIIII1- 1aign hats and tlnniu1 hhiits in worn htiic tn iiors and brown allIS lig Riii this men had ionic hwinging in from the broad diivcwaytnl Ibcbcnu ll tilul park lo the hiuilli and as they VKisscd the touts of the coininaiiding sgeneral even though they kept tluir heads and nosrs to the fiont tutu T43Ts glaneod ijutckly at the un r usual array of saddled how 4fitI liagrhand Concoul wagoi halted along the otirbstono anti mitrd the iininbrr nf oflieois gionprd alnmt lie gale Iomlio in iivoicoat iapo won miioli in oviilonci on ovory a tit moil a broki ranks Malloiid lo thoir 11112l 0 to slow away Ihiir diipping irinsind i belts and tlion caint troaining nut to ktaro inirobtikfd at licnl iiaitirs It 11111oamong the vounloers and indrvd utiiong regiments of the regulars whnso Tank tore hpiinklfd with cole men p Isvlo had rnbbitl tlionlitiis hut a lew months earlier uith reitain Miliiltcrn the military line of drinaroalion asa ilcsd loiter ulitn tho IHs tre nut cf sight and hoaring of Ilioir Miiim and to it hupionod thai whonayoiing officer rsine hiiriying down thin path way that led from the touts of tin gon cral to those of the liold ollttoisof lilt Tenth California he was hailrit by intuit i titan one gniiip of rogtiliirNalong w host lines he iassed and us a rule tin ipiory took the tcrcfiu1dierh3 form of Vhals tilt Ii1Y The lioiitcnant nnCtled nlTalily lo sex cral of his fellows of Ihc toutball licld but hik hand crept out truni the throuding cape palm ilotvu naling rantinn Orders some lhI lie answered in louts just loiul to be heard by those nrai cs t him ixin the od iiian any where 1 be general vanls him and nctcr JiulI j lug lone lily the youngster hurried on Iu hraiccycdlad1ttiinlthing through the sciences at the gre3t univcnily on Ihc hciglils beyond Vthe glorious bay never dreaming of deadlier battle than that in nhirh his pet eleven grappled uilli the ttripcil team of a rival inillcgo Alt on n sud den to the amaze of Ihc ciders of the jlionswinds and the Hermit Nation leaped the seas and flew at HIK Ktningliolds of b theSjianislicoloiiifii Vat iuntcn 61ulIg up by the hundrril thousand anti a re luctnnt congress accortlfd II tneagrrh addition to the regular army Many aocollege athlete joined the ranks huica n limited few gifteil with relatives who had both push Bail pull weie pers mUted to pass n not very sartingcx nmination and join the permanent cs tablishmentasFccond lieutenant forth tvith Counting those commissioned liv in th regular artillery and infantry there must have been a dozen in the thronging camps hack of he great cityo and of tliesedo7cn Billy uuyttehhig 4crent Uilly a tutor clubbed tutu jtv1ucn the Mar and Ililly broke out to gether iho latter to the extent of a absence front ull collegiate Jti1utywai eakily the grm of thin lot J One oJ the brighlcst minds in his class lie was one of the laziest one ofI tIle quickest and most agile when nroiised he was one of the torpids as Vanile One of the kind who should mice gone in for honors as the fac tiltfo1id he came nearer going out for devilment The only son of a retired c colonel of the army who had made Cali forum his home Hilly had spent years in camp 1nt1 field anil saddle and knew the west as he could never hope to know llaswell The only natural soldier of liis clays when sorely against Ihc will of most they entered the student hat talion he promptly won the highest 4If chevrons that could be given in the sophomore year and almost ns prompt fh1 1y lost them for laics nnd absences When the varsity was challenged by a ir4neigluboring institute to a competitive scouts of the former reported that the crack company of hue San St t 1eilros had tile snappiest captain they ever saw and that with far better ma terial to choose from anti more of it i aft the varsity wouldnt stand a ghost of a hi show in tile eyes of the professional I judges unless Uilly would brace up 4 and tale lucia Billy was willing as vBarkis but the faculty said it would put a premium on to make Billy i ja n nrsity captain even though the pres ent incumbents were rendIIny of them to resign in his favor Prex c said no in no uncertain terms the chal lenjre was declined whereat the rival Institute crowed luztily and the thing got into the papers As a result a select waschour daily in addition to the prescribed 5 wprlc Billy would take hold Iiiraroeitl1ltd this was the company tiat1 under 11ili command swept the boards fix weeks later nnd left San 1q Pedros contingent an amazed and die justed crowd Then Billy went to t metaphorical pieces again until the war lauds overspread the land then like his fathers son he girded up his loins went in torn coramlfsio and won Andheif hr wa J aenliin Uncle Snm1 setvJii fnhJIfHf ntiYIJithleedSimatc511 1ksr t c e tT Lu r r 4 J a toifii more cither as junior officers or culistcil men in the cnnips 4if the volunteers He was a handsome boy a beallhy hearty boy and as boys go mlhcr a good boy a boy in whom his mother would have founil haul she not long MIICC hutch lifted aliovc tin carts ol isis wot III lunch of comfort and ttlIC lo condone but a boy neverthe less who haul gi rut his old dragoon of n ilail many m anxious hour Now just as lie nciiicd the legal dividing line between youth and years of discretion Ililly liray hat joined the Ihiiil hat laliou of hits icginient full of pluck hope ami licallb lull of ambition to iiiaki a name for himself in1 profession In loviil as except Isis fattier he cer tainly loved nothing ilsc ami utterly scolling the idea that there might come itilo liis lute a biing for the sake of uliosc smile Iullld almost lay down his suord tar be had yet lo meet Amy liwicncc Who use Ihc women folks lip at lieuliiiiilcis Hilly askcil a youth of hi it ars n 1111 k Iri lugeagerl lliroiigh ihc ilrilting mist at the ilim g hosllv onllines of the generals camp lliilnt get to see cm Wheres the uhlmallIh cistuu clvc S Ihc reply Chief wants him loot lie sweet Whils wanted callril a voice from lie biggest of tin sung hhoi tug nls ami a Hose cropped licail uas thrust out bclwcin the trout tent laps That nu jII t lust wants the colonel 111alllh brig tithe titer lo the Ire cgit aint got back Come in lc stitltil a fire in tills oil stove A puff of warm air blew from the inte rior and confirmed the statement It was trll along in suits uutir and tint a iliuun miles away to the cast men xtcre strolling aliout with palmleaf fans and willril collars Uric close to the gray shores of the mighty set blankets all ii mcrnuits were in demand Hospitably the older ollicrr tugged at the lacings ol he mililary front their swore be ttvccn Isis set teeth when the knots swollen by the wet withstood his cf toils ami then shouted iigiant majHlIlllolllcllod here to pen this A light footstep snnmlcd on tho springy boiul tutor nimble lingers WtUli ttJCtcdf worked a nioineul at the cords then the 1111WIS thrown open anil the ad jutants ollicc stood partially revealed t was a big wall tent backed cup againsi ti of Ihc saute size utah Half a doen plain chairs two rough board tables littered with books pa pers and smoking tobacco ass oil stove and a cheap clothes rack on which were uusgisig liiincoats ponchos and a cape Itrstout frame of unplaneil wood easehin heir oilskins and ttotwithe famous regiment ami hack of them welt within the second tents where one clerk was just lighting camp lantern were pcrcluil on rough tables a brace of geldThe sergeant majurI veteran of rears f service in the regulars sal at one of them A young soldier he who hail tin fastened the mutt flap to admit lit lIt itriyat tlnollIr Two orderlies lounged on a bench well beyond a nil had ofthe sergeant majors seat and a bugler with liis hands in his pockelswas smok l icugback doorway Woe lo the enlisted men who sought he presence of the colonel or adjutant through any other channel The sergeant major would drop on him with the force of a baseball bat Who nil are over yonder at the chirr nskcil the adjutant as soon as he hail his visitors well inside ami the soil accent as well as the ipiaint phraseology told that in the colonels confidential staff officer a southerner spokeAll the brigade anti most regimental commanders cept ours I should say and they seem to be waiting for them Cant we scntlT was the answer as the junior whipped off his campaign hat and sprinkled the floor with the vig orous shakes he gave the battered felt Have sent said isis entertainer briefly as he filled a pipe from the open tobacco box and struck a safety math Orderly galloped after him ten min utes ago flinty the brigade and battalion commanders That I asked you was who are the women up there JCo you didnt You said who all are up yonder Im a suband sposed you meant men soldiers officers What have I to do with anybody in pet tticoatsAnd Im a grizzled vet of a dozen years duty crows feet and gray hairs acominV grinned the adjutant pulling at a long curly mustache and draw- Ing himself up to his full height of six feet and when youre as old as I am and half as wise Billy youll know that a pretty girl is worth ten times the thought our old frumps of generals demand My name aint Gordon if I havent a mind to waltz over there through the mist and the wind just to tell them Ive sent for Squeers Then Ill get a look at the girls Ive got to go back said Billy and youve no business to with Mrs Gordon and an interesting family to consider What tentd the ladies go to I didnt see em julnrttlltficeti Jt1 on lucy sex when I fail In la iIi y I it tine homage Of course you didnt see the ladies The party wis shown into the generals own domicile Couldnt you see how nnnj young fol lows were posing in picturesque atti tudes in front of it Awe lanlIIIsuddenly shouted to an ofticcr slridirg past the tent h dripping mackintosh Join up 10 tHvision headquarters Just toll the sin ITtsr tin chief IHlItan orderly galloping after Sqneers lies half way to the 1residio now but itll bo an hour before they can gel back Tho silent otlicor nodded and wont on whereat Cordon niadoa spring for the entrance and hail again Say Hank Who arc till damsels The answer came back through tho fog People from tin cast looking list runaway Old gent pretty daughter and pretty daughters unitY cousin Hoard the orders Damn tin orders Thoy dont touch us Where do they come from Drect from Washington lucy say Three regiments to sail at once nnd Oil know all that shouted Gnu don impatiently It wasallovorcamp an hour ago Where do they the girls conic from Whats their staunetWasnt presented was Use fli y re ply Lot a lot of stuffy old women show up in search of longlost sons and those follows at headquarters unload them on us in loss than no tina but a brace of pretty girls Why hoy double the gale guards so that ro out sider oan to much as set theri ISiily lucre knows Vm Ask him Ity this time Iueouitsgtttr had ranged up alongside the adjutant and was laughingly enjoying the latest arrivals tirade at tho evpense of tlie headquar ters staff but at his closing word lioul Itillys grin of amusement slid then loft his face giving way to a look of blank aniao know Yin I havent unit oast of the llig Muddy since I was a kid They asked fur you just the same just after UIIIIII1II1I miccil em did for t Isttshuisusauisu the chief initially legal advisor came out han headed and called after you but you wore out of hearing llosaid Ihccousin Hit prettiest one recognized youasyou skipped away from tin generals lent and pointed you out to her friend Somebody explained you were running an errand rill one of those aids too lay lo go himself and that youd uc had presently Then go at alice young mar said the adjutant laying a mighty hand on the juniors square shoulder Stand not upon t lie order of your goicR but git Never JOII mind about the colonel lie wont bi here until after hes boon llioio and hues in for t rasping over his mot nings inspection liSt look at the report Sergeant major send me Col lusillghisParson come out of the wet And eager enough to road a famous inspec tors criticisms of the appearance of the icgimcnt the olliccr addressed as Par sou shoved briskly into use tent oplIldIllforward wilh a folded paper which in silence he handed the adjutant mill turned had lo his desk Mr Cordon look the paper hut his eyes followed the soldier Then he called somewhat sharply Morton The young fellow stopped at the di viding crack between the two tntfloors anti slowly faced Iho luce alii ccrs lie was slender well btiillVreet ills uniform fitted him trimly and was worn with easy grace his hands and IJrtlIdl 5 iciitc and clear cut his complexion a trifle blistered antI bealen by the harsh winds that whistled in every day from the sea ami as he turned nil three offi pallorYoureadjutant somewhat sternly hough I told you to see IJr HefTer nan Have you done so lvasst tick enough faltered the young soldier I was nit right a min ule or twoor rather this morning hapsitthe stove is close lo my desk hut Gordon continued to look at him doubtfully Move your desk across the tent for the present anyhow said lie anti Ill speak lo the doctor myself With all this newspaper hullabaloo about oui neglect of the sick continued he turn i ng lo his friends if a man changer color at sight of a smashup he must e turned over to the fled Cross at once hal is it orderly he finished sud denlOIS tin tent flaps parted and a soldier in complete uniform girt with his belt of glistening cartridges steed at salute sonic visiting cards in hi loved hand Lieut Gray here sir was the eon prehensive answer Then catching sight of tin young officer who stepped quickly forward he held forth the cards The adjutant generals compli ments sir antI bed be glad if the lieu tenant would come over at once Gmy tool the cards curiously stud ied them and then read aloud one after the other and placing the topmost un derneath the other two as soon as read MR LISPEJfAnnlTMMEMISS MISS AMY LAWIIKNCE It was the last name that lay upper most at the end and the Parson noted it- Thats the pretty cousin Billy quoth he Case of the last tihall be JouIlIckHut Gray was still gazing dreamily at the cards Im sure I never met any of them before in my life said he There must be some mistake Yet that name sounds familiar somehow antI sighImi vanished cilickfootstepsward tent at tile same time The ser geant major glanced up front his wri hug looked at n vacant desk then at the clock then inquiringly at his regi mental deity the adjutant It was just the hour of the hay at which all manner of papers were coming down from division and brigade headquar ters to be duly stamped noted end stacked up for the coloiels Action This was the young clerk AlprtonVi especial function but Motion had left the office and was gone ITo Be Continued He Got Ills Sitjt- DoctorI see what the iratterit You do not get sleep enough Tcte ttlt prescription to a druggists- Mr Blinkers Thank you I presume hats whats the matter Doctor next dayAh goodmorn lug You are looking much better to day Slept last night didnt you Mr Blinkers Slept like a top I feel first rate Doctor How many doses of that opi ate did you take Mr Blinkers in surprise 1 didnt take anj I jcave it to the habyN V Weekly 7TrI TfS3ff ff fiE ti THEAPPELATElRl R J Ureckinridge Sets Up a Title to the Attorney Generalshipr Still Acalnul Itrpulitlcnii Official Will Ur ItiKlltiitcil fur riKCnxloll of Itcroriln mill Itllim In leeciIIse Ilsuhlchluult Frankfort KyuIirclt 1lit the court of appeals VdnewIay II Irrcktnriilgi ilomofratie nltoriiry KclrtX tied n written motion setting up his title to the olice mid deiiiiind ing that the court recognize him Hipublican Attorney ienoral 1ratt was pnscnt anti entered mi objection Tin court declined to pass on th question and ordered the matter stilt t mittf us a deelKion on it would in vulte all of tluc legal pllillis in the colt tests over the minor state nfllees Several coniiiiouwealtb eases are sit for argument on till docket for Sat urday aol the motion of Judge ItrecKinritlge points out that it will be necessaryor the court to decide by that time as to which of the attor ney generals are entitled to appear for the state The democratic senate also passed Senator Tripletts resolution provid big for paying legislators mill ollicers of the general assembly mileage to Louisville ansi per diem for the time elapsing between tIm date otmTaylors proclamation dissolving the legislature in session here mill the convening of the democratic legisla tore at Louisville The democratic state officers say that democratic county officers are paying in money to Democratic Treasurer linger the first money being received Wednesday Suit against the republican state oflicials will ne instituted fur posses sion of the records and offices in the executive building Frankfort Ky March 1 The two factions of till state government are proceeding each in full operation but with nothing approaching a clash pending the litigation over tin offices TIll treasury of the democratic faction of the government was replen ished by payment into it of about S5 000 from ollicinls of lelTerson county The democratic oflicials tmiik that the example set by the IclTcrfcoa county officers will be followed by democratic ollicers in a majllrilof counties where they are in control ami that in a few days they will have enough money to pay current expenses The agreed case involving thcon tests over the olliccs of governor and lieutenant governor is being argued at Louisville before ludgc Field on a demurrer tiled by Taylors attorneys to the petition of Hecklinni The court of appeals at its sitting here enterei an order postponing the argument thicket till the spring term which begins in April The order ol the chief justice does not give the rca son for this action hut merely states that the judges will hcUd thchconslll tations at which cases will be decided as usual and that till court will con vene on the bench whenever the occa ion demands iIn democratic cir cles it is said this acticn was taken by the court on account of stories that the lives of two of the judges had been threatened Louisville Ky March 3 Argument in the cases involving the title to thus ofliefs of governor mill lieutenant gay ernor was begun before Judge Fields in the circuit court Friday Counsel for Coy Ueckhani President Pro Tern Carter anti Gen John It Castleman democrats filed a demurrer and mo lion to strike out the answer anti re P1of W S Taylor and John Marshall the republican inumbents after which an onler of argument was agreed upon and Attorney David W Fairleigh opened for the republicans Fnrnkfort Ky March 3In the house Friday afternoon Keprescnta tires Cantrill anti Klair democrats came near being involved in a per sonal eneountcd on the floor Only the intervention of a dozen members kept them apart Cnntrill in his speech in behalf of Contestant Combs from Madison county claimed that the opponents of toe McChonl railroad hill was fighting against seating Combs because lie was known to favor the bill Klair denounced this charge as untrue Whereupon cant rill left his seat and attempted to strike Klair Members rushed between theta mill the speaker declared the house ad journed amid great disorder lair later apologized saying his remarks had been misconstrued anu trouble vas averted Frankfort Ky March aTlte Me Chord railroad nutsextort ion bill vhich is on the house oalcmlnr hav ing already passed the senate was an tssuc in all of file proceedings in that branch of the legslatnre though the measure was not reported from the committee till late in the afternoon session At the morning session the house took up the contested election case of Stafford rep vs Letterle dcm from Louisville and after some de bate adopted the minority report which allowed Lctterlc to retain his eat A strictly party vote was brought out in this case Illillnpr In the MunntalnB Chattanooga Tcnn Mardi 2Detectives lucre have received a letter from lUairsville Ga stating that Wm Jones who murdered Chief of Police Hnnna at Dalton Gn several months ago is hiding in the mountains among relatives Troop Itrturnlng Prom Iorlo Itlco San Juan Porto JUno March 2 Four troops of the 5th United States cavalry are tlliller orders to return to the United States Native troops lire now being recruited to fill their places Wreck on the llllnoli Central Memphis Inn March 2In a wreck on the Illinois Central at Pope Miss Engineer Oliver and Fireman Adams were dangerously if not fatal ly injured A fast freight and a pas senger train came into collision The passengers escaped injury in 1 to Ilnvp n Special Coflin Chattanooga Tenn March 2Will lam McConnell aged 70 years a broth er of Chancellor M MeConnclI died at Beans Station McConnell weighed over coo pounds and a special collin had to be made for him Ranker Goes to the rVnltcntlarjr Chicago March 2 Edward S Drey er former president o the batik of E S Dreyer Co and eitrcasurer of the West park board was Thursday found guilty of withholding from his successor as treasurer 310000 ot the West park funds The jury hxid the punishment at a term in the puiiten tiary Chicago March 2Wm Lutz shot nnd fatally injured hU brother and instantly killed the hiUers wife in the otla of the Acaic Cojijrini Ceo iintrsJuy uftevuooH J Funny Footnotr If a pirl can make lovely chocolate caramels a man thinks she can cookASuccess is like a chicken cooped up it is well to keep an ec on time coop IheCamilpeach 1sieseour pood t thoughthsnyAfter a girl has taken three French Irs t whuatiTwo fouls with but n tingle thsntsglstn surprise b an awlul lot to tall aboutrItirth doesnt amount to much indo lence often presents a tine imitation of the correct aristocratic air Indianapolis Jour ual Oh lion Unrip I Am Writes Mrs Archie Young 1817 Oaks Ave 1II0refrecbeen sullcring with over tire years I am so DHOISisI received it lust November used it right away t t Fhouglttturned from his labor Since I am free from pain many of mv friend are Mirpriscd and UUOIS8amle otlosesStChsucuugoPrimitive Kmotlon tellingIIsilworld And Adam was the first being Soitwhen he was asleep the Lord took n rub ofitFowith lulmnasakedElsieSurprised Why he was just tickled to IlealhFhl Marie Hose ecstatically N Y Commercial Advertiser 0431 Lettcri a Duty The John A Salzcr Seed Co La Crow received C44 onlers Feb 28 which a monster day but they expect to double ThefirmItigFourvegetables There is a wonderful demand for onions cabbage peas and bean seed this year Early Itird Kadish and Lightning Cab liace earliest of this kind in the wide wide world are having a tremendous sale The firm above mentioned is a large adver turn and use weekly newspaper that tells the story To California Quickly aull Comfort ably Via Chicago Union Pacific and North Western Line TIme Overland Limited leaves Chicago daily 050 P M arrives San Francisco the afternoon of third day and Los Angeles next morning No change of cars AH meals in dining cars Buffet imnoking anti library cars with barber Toe Fxprrssleeliclass and through tourist sleepers to Califor everyThntrsdayago NorthWestern t For full formation and iIIutraltJpamphlel apply to W IJ 22 Fifth ave Chicago Ill Not So Sore At a dinner in latch a royal academician stated to the eompan the cu rious fact that sugar and sumac lire the only two words in English where tu is pro nounced dm There was much interest Ksphogare you quite iureChie- aco Chronicfe- The International Great Northern rail- Way are sending out a map of Texas Mex ito and surrounding territory that is an ex cellent of the art both artistically and geographically The map is n on an nnd is sn rfect as to details an it is pus sibl it Mr D Price general slellliatthuione who asks for it anden clo s in stamps to pay postage vns It Snlclilef- Hi The trainbo dropped dud in the ear a few minutes l eo t ior Poor fellow Heart trouble I suppose nt think so He had one of Ms nvj irs in his mouth at the time C liiij 1vcning News Io fut Home Seekers Kxcutilotu T V souri Pacific Railway and Ira Iv lloute are now running a scries of e as to the West and Southwest on sale March Cth and 20th April r I atin 17th at low rates fold ers tune cards and illustrated pamphlets on apythicatiorto Hopeless Bachelor yDUlatton your gloveJ said any man who made gloves oughttoWell dear take amy advice anti dont waste any more time in that direction Stray Stories 1000000 In 13 Yearn Read the story of the Million Dollar Pota to also of Rape llromus Spcltz 3earcd Corn etc all great money makers for the farmer in John A Salzcr Seed Cos La Crosse Wis catalog Send lOc postage for tame anti 10 rare samples of farm eetds Largest Vegetable Seed Growers in the United States j Charged to Account Father Youre al whatlidouOIo say must think Im ehumnpIctrost Free Press You Cnn Oct Aliens FootEnae FREE roySEase a to slialco into your shoes It urcs chilblains sweating dam swollen aching feet It makes New or tight shoe- SS A certain euro for Corns and Dun SD3 Alldruggijts and slmcstorcs sell it 25c JIAUKirr RIjroHT 3LIVEIS siCLVE5Ixlm 00MixedMSHEKPCholceLAMliSKxtra 7 30 W 35 FLOUR Spring patent 3 ill th 3 95 73iNo3redCorn No 2 mixed W SliJ 5ltyeNoOskIIOVISIUNIIMess i 67UHUTTEHChotceIii jce ramery U i5POlATOESlerCHICAGO GOGRsprlnCorn D Ct 33Vi5 33 OatsNo 5TviPOK1CUVltUSieam 5 7iAtf 5 7il NEW YORK SSCHAINiLOatsGPOHKIC3LARD Steam Q 6 IS HALTUIORIi KGRAINK Cit Southern t i KIIOatsRyo No 2 western v fl r1 23HOGSINDIANAPOLIS OCornOats No 2 mixed 2I j LOUISVILLE 55GRAIN36Oats0IAJID 1ijoi 3 POSTED ON FINANCE t Lena That AVn the Impression Slur Gnrc Her Sister Club SIcnibcri It is simply impossible to keep posted on DaugbtelVe indeed it is admitted tlieDAlt Hut sometimes if you are not quite posted you can wriggle out of a dillicult situation itiuotut seeming so very ignorant For ex I was jttst saved by mv presence of dayProfead a lovely paper on Govcrneur Morris Financier of the American Itevolution Who is this JovcrneurMorriiJ said a friend of mine from the Fortnightly club Seems to me I newer heard of him There were half a dozen women around and I was frightfully embarrassed I never had heard of uovernciir Morris cither but you know a D A It is supposed to know alt those things O dont you remember I saul Mor ris was the man who financed the govern ment arj borrowed a lot of money to do it Thank you said my friend from the fact is know dear Ion ttotlsu9fsubject salt that the man had financed the government and I knew if he did that he moneyChicago Coulil ClinnRc Ills Mlnil Prof Hcnderthott is well known in Pitts burgh as a man of affable temper anti it is rare that he shows even impatience One day while traveling on a suburban trolley car to call on a friend he asked the con doctor to transfer him to time city street cars at a certain point Soon afterwardthe car stopped and was surprised to see out side the very friend he was seeking lie- slarlllo leave the car when the conductor tld him You cant change for your proffoghange ears here I tell tic conductor again The professor deep in wandhigon without him Here cried time man in brass buttons angrily dont tell you placeThenthcs t ahusNo Wonder They Fled An authority upon chemistry was lecturing a womans chtb and esperimnentsAlland then said Im very sorry but I must ask any of the ladies who use face powder containing bismuth to leave the room during this experiment as the gases I am about to a peculiar affinity for bis muth and turn it purnle Whereupon the entire audience save three courageous sisters rose and fled from the soomSt Paul Globe llnp Puzzle Educator li Iowa as large as Maine Which is the Pan Handle State What state U bounded by four straight lines These and many other questions relating to the geography of our own country answered by the map puzzle sent out by the Chicago Great West ern Kailway It is a dissected map of the United States printed on heavy cardboard and the puzzle consists in putting time pieces together so as to form a complete ma It will be found interesting and instructive to old people as well as young It will be sent to our readers sending 10 cents to It Lord U 1aDI T A Chicago Great Western Kail cray Chicago III mark envelope Puzzle Department She after the proposahVotm know hihuilosophticahiOh than mine Harlem Life The proposition of the T M Roberts Sup ply House Minneapolis Minn found else where in this issue should be accepted at once by everyone 57 hug packets of prden seed for a few tents anti a fine When you write them mention this paper The highest type of military yet devised is war Magazine onI To Cure n Cold In On Take Laxative Rromo Quinine All gistsrcfunduioncyifilfa 2Jc Corns are about the onlt will mre a young man of the small b Elliotts Magazine Thirty minutes is nil the tim nml to dye with PUTNAM FADED YES Sold liy nil druggists Deaf and dumb married foks ll agoDailH WorkingWomen are Invited to write to- Ms PInSfham for free advice aout their health Mrs PSnkham is a wo man Iff you have painful serlotJSf backaches or any of the more serious ills of women write to Mrs Pinkliam she fias helped anuHafatSQSa Your letter will Isa sacredly confidential lydia E PInfchams Vegetable Compound Is Englishpossiblyfering women Mo other nteslicene has fteSpcd so many Remember this when something else is sug gested Mrs PSsatehams address is Lynn Mass Her helping hand is always outstretched to suffering women rfl J Hejry LaMar cf the Hemy LaMar Comedy Co wrote from Hiran Me January 28 1900Ie Send me another bottle ofSPalmers Lotion t g recommendingit t PIMPLESor pustules on his face from which a dozen doctors had failed to relieve him Use LOTION SOAPi- n connection with the Lotion Iu3or4Years an Independences Is Assured- Ifjonlakeupiourhoots theland o plenty Illus a trated 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of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to your action Election November 1900 Kesp En C OKEAR foSTHURSDAY MARdI 8 ltOOg THE Ky Legislative session will expire by IIIw next Tuesday E err little helps 1ICSYCkT now hue legal pree Car t denu fr him say old sort of po iitlccl jHihM t Too many accept true the I mix that Jiticll is IwlIand like the devilwhln they go into iL SHIPOSE the GocbeliteB were Ke T puMlrans nnd acted just as they are doing what would you think about tnttrr8ndthingthena na SOME of the trusts tire having rough traveling The Flour trust went to The trusts flSIF UncloSaui holds Porto Rico while the greed protectionists inf t her with n protective tariff law the old MIow ought to be ashamed of hi ID srIf tS EVES exPresident Benjamin Harrison is quoted as saying the 4Iortn Rinn tariff hill is a most ferious departure from the right prineipksti i lITiF said that in the opinion of lawyers the litigation to settle the Governorship will not be ended be orzliest nnd maybe not before June 1 5t1f h AM other political questions in t Kentucky sins into insignificance i until the right to vote nnd have that vote counted as cast is est ibslisbed Which shall it be freemen j or political slaves 1 JOHN YOUNG Knows says if the TJuiolirlIaw is not repealed the lend 4 ing Democrats who opposed God bel 4 oppose any ticket nominated that platform and he will stump ilwillState agninsc it great common peoplobavc I UCII I right as important asu Ithtof suffrage yet the Goebchtcs to rob of the fruits of that ini valuable right all of the great com mon people who dont uphold Doa belifm 5s bwjtereon Are seemingly advising the Tepfal or amendment of thcGoebel Election law If they are incarneet thoy havent much influence with the Goebelite legislators in that respect J A snw trouble has arisen in the r Philippine question The health of the soldiers there may make 4 Hnecelsarr to withdraw thciu ii itnd Bend in a fresh army to take their Lplaees That would require Con k gress to authorize a new volunteer army l iCoGREssM AL BERRY of Ken a hit by eaying in the bSj the tar- S t iff at 15 instead of 25 per cent pro posed petty instead of grand lar ceny against the people of Porto I Rico 5 ft 1 TuEPoyntzTriumvirate1isfrI Si s n the counties of Johnson Mogoflin 4 and Martin simply because they svotedagainst the Goebelite ticket S they pretend they did it LotpIs and thin in the moun L tain counties 3 iSWiiodoubts for an instant that Goebelitcs would have usurped 5theI the offices if they could if Governor z Bradley had never assembled any 4 J troops in Louisville on election day and the ballots everywhere had been printed on paper as thick and 4 t i opaque as cardboard If so why I4 do you doubt it At 4Z M TEEdiana Republicans from r t t Gea BcnHarrison and Gen Lew t tt J Wallace down are up in arms J against the application of the pro i iY7 tective tariff policy to Porto Rico TimesHerfAnyta yearIlSI4r THE politicians dance but the 7 people pay the fiddler The two 1t r contest cases before the Legislature i iwllJcost about 40000 iti eu ti mated Whenever any rascality is done in politics you may be sure J ji the main cost will come off of the ste tccpaycre including the great 01 5i5 Seommon people a A Wrrn promises out to two or three toi t times the number of offices to be W filled there is likely to be a halcyon i 7 and vociferous time when the Goe spoilsriJ11dothe most damage by kicking ut the traces will get the jobs and J lr the others will get beautifully left rrj Jo BLACKBURN is quoted as cay ii lug in Washington that the Goobel J law cost his party 20000 votes andif t 1 didnt bring a vote to it Thats 4funny Havent the people been = s Jold vehemently again and again fh that the LN railroad did it by 1r t bribery and intimidation and what tj J the L k y didnt do Bradley and tti the soldiers did Astounding the 1 tR Goebel law did it Well well I ll Live and learn lCr tlcf13fi t Itt ltjS 0 4 4 e j tt u+ Ail r o1t foc r c r rA orjtd r tj oJ t e i1t rIt f r J A 11S niifting of some two thousand people was held II t LouI isvillc Monday to condemn l course of the Goebelites in throw lu L5gof both parties participated utah r of them being regular Democrat who protested against the city being disfranchised GORMAN is to national politic 5 w hat Goebel was to Kentucky pol ies If Ihe thing can be hue at Gorman is going tu lake a full out of Bryan at the national vnnveii tion He had the convention put off till July Jth for that very ittu r pose Theres going be pome fun thret n jult if he tloesnt have Gorman m tiauzteietlTHE onh nick Gluey is out III a bid for political Attention by fa voriiiK the national volleY of greed id grub sometimes called cxpan Sicilian Great llIduoci as Mr Gluey is IIP like Lord Salisbury evidently believes that the Sermon on the Mount can not be applied to international politics In fact Christianity is pretty much a barren ideality to the presdhitlztyipansionists and TKOUDLE is brewing in Cuba Different visitors report the lIalhef iisworse titan they did the Spanish Also Gen Wood nod associates have restricted suffrage inthecom illlread and write and have 250s worth of property That will dis lieranchisevoters Threats are ominous of an outbreak on election daybn As an illustration of how plcnti fill and cheap money is now in the United States there may be mentioned the loan bya New York syndicate of twentyfive million dollars at four per cent interest he Russian government on e first mortgage bonds of the Wladi kawkas railway system It is haiteresting also to note that 10 money will remain in this country to pay for Russias purchases the iron steel and siiipbttikli itictCONGRESSMAN TAWSET n Minnc totaRicans are not complaining about the bill to erect a tariff barrier between the United States and that territory Tho Porto Kicans are probably resigned like the worn an who died A friend was condoling with the bereaved husband nd expressed tho hope that tho de ceased wife was resigned to go Resignedexlaiiucd tho hus band WIlY bl man she had- e to THESE is not much wonder that the Boer General Cronjo made such desperate fight at Paardeberg Britain has made tho Trans vaalcrs move on like the police of London did Jo tho cross ing sweeper in Dickens Bleak House She drove their ancestors out of Cape Colony then out of Natal and now if they have to give UP their states they have no place to go to win another home free from the dominating and domineering influence nf the British It is enough to wake n people desperate GEN OTIS has called on the Gov ernment for 1000 pairsof handcuffs and 200 pairs of leg shackles to be s upentposed at Washington that they arc for soldiers who have gone insane Large numbers of the worst cases of insane soldiers have already een sent back to the United States An employe of the Surgeon Gener als olllco just back from Manila says the percentage of insanity among the troops serving in the Philippines is alarming The heat nd climatic peculiarities of the are the supposed causes Great is expansionism TnE great common people vot ed by a large majority that they theyhaveand pay the freight on it too They will partially realize its cost in increased taxation to pay the cofte of the socalled contests and maybe also in thc100000reward bill the schoolbook bill and other schemes that politicians who are in politics for what they can get out of it see fit to foist upon the taxpayers The cost in lawlessness and gener al loss of respect for courts and government is incalculable Goe belism comes higher than anything Do the people believe they have to have it GUEAT BBITAINS conquest of the Boers is a grand work in the cause of civilization to hear the lunpe ri alists and expansionists tell it but sslyhootingwith lyddite shells there is a news dispatch from London saying that 61000000 British subjects in India are suffering from famine and only 4000000 in receipt of relief The East Indians can live on only a trifle of food and the money spent in a war to rob the Boers would feed abundantly those starving millions The pretense of civiliza tion is hypocritical Its the goldmines and valuable farms that Great Britain wants SUPPOSE you were one of the Re publican officeholders that the po litical despots at Frankfort are trying to throw out of office whatI would you think of the right or wrong of it Remember the same sort of trick may bo playedJ on you sometime either in some uf- fice to which you were honestly elected or for some party nomimi tion that you have really secured y the votes of your party mom here Then when you are being c outraged if somebody says It served you right for you upheld the same sort of steal against the Ii cans elected in November 1899 what can you say Those who live by the sword cant consistently kick against dying by sword 4 q n j1J t t b t KxiAXHiosiFii and protectionism arn ill cmiilut Krto trade with Porto Kiro and the Philippines threatens to destroy protectionism MMUC of the leading pro tectionists in Congress are talking that they would hire er letting tho Philippines gn to losing a protec live tariff Tho Supreme Court may ItyII decision eiti free t rude between the United States 1nllc1 the newly annexed islands Its IIIIn ill wind that blows no good WHEW a new Steel Trust with a capital of one billion dollars Si says a story from Wheeling The now Trust is a iiitiIjj lilt iou Ifre Tin 1late Wire and Steel Trusts with one moro not men tiCI for certain reasons The siino story huts it that tho entire iron anil steel industry will be con trolled bj the new Trust tho Car iipjie Co anil the Standard Oil Co The trusts are doing the most ef feetive work towards precipitating the nation into Socialism IKOTECTIONISM as a general prin c hIle is the greatest thing that ever IIS to partisanblind followers of he party that upholds it but when t gets in its particular work on any purt of those partisans they honIns lugubriously as a sent montnl canine apostrophizing the moon The protected paper Trust is tho iper that is busy now eink ing itlt fangs into the bosoms that helped to wnnu it to life The pro tcctionist publishers know how is themselves now that the 1rtt has put up the price of paper until s paitiprofit in their business Of course hurts the freetrade publishers ut the fun they get out of the st- ci logs of their protectionist brel ren enables them to bear their own sufferings with more fortitude DEATH nor anything else can not make infamy sacred Con 0demnatlon of a living utterly dis honest destroying political policy 1is not abuse of the dead man who inaugurated and led the movement Until Goebeliam is destroyed and brunch in Kentucky it ecrhoelrIgo condemn it and use every hon orablc means to render it im 10 ent for further wrong for Goe belism is a wrong against ev erybody including the apparent beneficiaries of it Xo good can come of it to anybody in the long run The measure of honesty and integrity in politics and by con sequence in all government in tuck in the future will depend the extent to which Goebelisin is repudiated THE inferences to bo drawn from lIon Richard Obeys expansion sentiments arc that a nation should never start on n career of vorld wide spoliation until it becomes powerful enough to reasonably x poet to make a success of it tI tt the United States made a virtue I necessity and remained somewl virtuous from necessity in the days of national poverty and weakness but no iv that it is able to be till biggest irobuor nation of them nil its manifest destiny is to live up its ability and opportunities in Ittititledngainst any robber nation Il is might making right withII vengeance Such morality is cause of the most of the won woes Too many people apply in all their relationships and exalt knavery above rightdoing PERFECT honesty the loftiest tegrity is the best policy in poli tics as well as in everything else No contrary policy will endure and forever good Seeming temporary advantages and benefits may come to the practicers of trickery a chicanery but the beneficiaries pay dearly for them either in gri n or in grist in the long run if ti have any moral consciousness they have no conscience they are moral degenerates and are vretch ed specimens of humanity indeed If they have a conscience alive and awake they are constantly haunlLe by the knowledge that they lit prostituted their virtue boino false witness against the truth and sold their manhoods birthright for the veriest mess of pottage lacking the flavor of integrity the relish justness and the nourishment righteousness THE evidence is multiplying mt tho Goebelite Office Trust is to be run strictly in the interest of the charter members of tho close corporation Tho Kenton county State Senatorship made vacant by the death of Goebel offered an op portunity for the Trust to get its work Jo Rhinock exMayor goJamesrant for tho nomination Rhinock was a strong Goebel man but Jus tus and Arthur Goebel said to be Cincinnati Republicans are alleged to have induced the Kenton Co Democratic Committee to declare Mat Harbcson Goebels law part ner the nominee Such snap i IC tion naturally aroused the ire of Rhinockand his friends as well as theylrate The antiGoebcI Democrats havo nominated Editor Creasy of the Covington Commonwealth news paper and the Republicans have indorsed Creasy If Rhinock isI not placated he may run independently and play the dickens with the vote for the Trusts candidate though the Goebel law is stillI greased and aworking MONEY was never so plentiful nndI heap as it is now in tho United States Anybody that doubts this Closelyhow true it is locally by consulting both borrowers and lenders Nn tionally it is verified by the quota ions of U S three per cent bonds at premium over eleven percent in other words a purchaser now would have to hold the hoods over rI 1 aa three and two third years before they would begin to pi 3 him any tl si toillunquestionable credit can borrow large sums at six per cent and a doubt in sonic cases at live per cent Whvn taxes are deducted it can bo seen that a person would need a v o viiicost of living is rapidly increas IInnihllnlfIBryans campaign was based in ISltl But the person who expects the Democratic par 13 to return 10 eal oldtime Democracy in tlt isclPresidential year is an optimist who would make a Wilkins Micaw her or a Mulberry Sellers seem a pessimist by comparison CORRESPONDENCE o CarringtonlMoving is the order of the day Born to Taylor Powers and wife a son Wo ore having some very bad weather LexingtonFarmers are much behind with their work owing to bad weather tChIlR Jackson the mail carrier failed to reach Frcncliburg last Friday on account of illness BranchtAunt Kitty Coyle has been very oorlyrMrs John G Horseman has been ver3f sickvfThi is the Sth of March and Itoh pretty weather yet Mrs Alf Stephens is confined to her room with tonsil trouble Win La th rain moved to the 17 S Estill farm lust week Odd Man byLiiiiramnthe house vacated by Manley SherburneisHarry Cecil the fruit tree man was here last week T B Reed purchased of Oscar Evans 50 acres of land J W Scott of Shady NookHar rison county has taken possession of the store he recently purchased of W II Graham James Calvert sold Chas Grain a saddle horse for 140 1Goodpnsler fc Scott lost one ofltheir wagon horses lust week Elliott Colliver and family have moved to Carlisle W II Graham byColliver Bethel- Rain snow mud and moving the orders of the day Illi t Mary Lancaster spent last uncleIOhio Arrasrnith was hOUC7t1111 Millersliurg Saturday and Shad Y to sec his pirents FridavIea ge o meeting some 20 additions LtlIrs Walter Whaley has gone to see hoherItis seriously ill near Millersburgt ClinkenItday hud his hip dislocated His father and several physicians were summoned and set it all right expecICltvbJohn Rawlings went to Bath Co Saturday inIIAIiYfBorn to the wife of Bud Colli ver a boy to the wife of Andrew Moore a boy- Thurman McLaiu went to Iii sistereBen Walton of Sulphur Springs rgehasnumber of chickens fromfen confined to her room with measles Wm Watson and family have moved to the corner store hero from I F Edens farm near town This makes eevorul good neighbors who have moved intMoore Ferry IA W Shrout has moved back to his own house again J M Fanning returned from Jessamine county Sunday J C Atchison bought a milch cow of Jeff Uiloy for S32 Wm Staton Jr had a very sick spell last week but is bettor at this writing James Cassity moved to Luther Rawlings house on the Salt LickI and Moores Ferry pike last week Luther Rawlings has moved to Rowan Co to his fathers old plashaving rented the farm present year W T Snodegar has moved jn with Mrs Anna Shrout to take care of her this year Mrs Shrout is nearly blind and very feeble Mrs J M Fanning went to Jos adntoinethe bedside of hor daughter Mrs B L Ingram who is dangerously sick Lookout boys and girls there isI going to bo a wedding on Cow Itoreekoroungtimes a week clear from the oro mines They were heard by someone a He asked who was sweet and she said Both of us you know honey lIe called on liar last Sunday evening and when they parted both cried I i r LUppor Prickly Ash Perry Goodpaster sold 3 shoats Charles Harper for 1150 Daniel Harper who has boon sick tofo r several days is some better Emmett Park sold a pair of rkm mules to Mrs Ida Fleming for flUO James Harper of Catlcttsbtirg DnnielllarperInt Miss Maggie McKinncvati of White Oak was guest at Mrs Jennie Hamiltons Sunday Elder T S Tinse3 will preach at Iii school house next Sun ImayKimnctt Park went to Cincin nati lust Thursday to buy a pair of draft horses returning Saturday night T J Cnrr and wife of Montgom ry county visited their aunt Ill Frances Hamilton Sunday and Monday Espy Donaldson of near Sharps burg was the guest of his grandmother Mrs Nancy Shrout Satur day and SundaycF F Tackett moved the first the week to his farm on White 0 James lloyd moved to the house vacated by Tackett Crooks Bro Adams failed to fill his ap SprIngSundny Maddogs are plentiful hte aro to be seen going in all rections Robert Reed and sister of- isited Yale Miss Mary Susan Gin tcr ast week George Pendlcton bought 5 bar rcls of corn of Johnnie Johnson i 275 per bbl We are informed that Jeff lId ton wants to teach n music school at Kendalls Spring Press Barnes purchased pair of horses wagon and gearing of Mr Fleming for 225 Miss Annie Holder has returned home after a visit among friends and relatives in Clark and Mc goracry counties Paul Goodpastor of this place visited his sisters Mrs Cling Jones and Mrs Jno Riddle both of the Forge lull neighborhood last week John Stull coIls to see his c girl every Sunday promptly at oclock p m and has a nIce t until about 930 oclock and t ie hears the old folks calling time Howards Mill Miss Martha Dennis made us plersiint call Sunday Miss Nora Henry left Saturday to spend n few weeks in Lexington Win Malory bought a nice young mare well worth the money Volney Henry sold to Win Mo rurIIJ O Hall rented the Becraft property und 10k possession 1st of MarchOur old friend Juts Montjoy rented his sisters place and moved last Thursday We are glad to have Jim back in town again The Morchcad correspondent wanted to know where nil the people weio living here since the p Ito tograph man took all the houses Well some are living in caves on Goonisome ne clad hills of Rowan This calls 103 recollection back to about one year ago A man came in the store one day and said he was very tired and hungry I asked him where he lived lIe said At Morehead I asked him what kind of a country that was up there lie remarked Mighty rough Ho said the children got so sleek and greasy that their parents had to put sand in the bed to keep them from slipping outII was bred in Old Kentucky Where the ballotbox is stuffed Where the women wear tho breeches And keep the men bluffed eMorehead Born to Mr and Mrs Cluudo L Clayton a baby girl Frying chickens are plentiful and sell at 7c per pound Morehoad is biding its time anticipation of the spring rush Squire W F Wheatley will move o this place from Rodburn soon W T Prater has moved his fam ily to Farmers Ho is engaged the lumber business Circuit Court begins here next Monday There is a large docket including ono murder case Mrs Harvy Brown living on Scotts Creek fell into the lImo and was badly burned last Tuesday The sick are all improving except our editor wan Allen lielug still alllicted with a broken hoart All right Judy Ill bet any thing you are of the male porsua ba but your name certainly does feminine Winter lingers in the lap of spring but we are glad to say that at this writing thero seems to be hope for hotter weather soon Quit your meanness and loam toI treat your family like a docent manI ought to Stop talking politics and abusing your neighbors you were made for something better What does it profit a man if hov boasintegrity his self respect and his soul Yet there will always be men eager to make tho exchange Your scribe was at Yale last wend ekS found the people happy over the prospect of returning prosperity in the near future Operations will begin at tho sawmill and a large number of men will be employed Ve II Salt Lick v OingsilloC P Pierce has commenced wo on his furniture shop and illtMr Artrip fireman on the C it O local freight will move here U week from Lexington Gus Mynlicir and Miss Williams daughter of Miles Williams were marriednl Midland b3 Rev G W Howes G W Clayton and wife of Far mers were in town Saturday They tvo sold their property here to J Maze Emmett Fratman und wife have moved from Owingsvillo and ire living in the house recently occuV pied by Dr Blair ilJ B Caldwell will move his fa 113 to Scranton this vcok The h enouserented by S P Frizelle C P Hagemeycr of Butler Ky passed through town Saturday on business trip to the upper Licking in the interest of the lum CokOlympia thoughIafter I returned home from the war When I got home after four lona years of civil war my father and mother had both died in that time SoIiI brother That was in 65 The WOE was over and I didnt know any thing but farming I only had a hundred and fifty dollars I thou if I bought a horse with the in somEaone gut a yoke of oxen and gave for ti one hundred and fifty dollars cx s every cent I had and then went to Tom Ewingin Owingsvilleandpur chased a farming outfit on credit Ewing was then selling goods where the courthouse now stands I gGeorgesaw some one coming dressed in Itgray I said to George You comes a Confederate soldier war is over with me and you talk to him And I drove to other end When I came buck was one of my old neighbors nntlsyou conic on Foulneyears saw you Sauleplow Wall can we fit him outi You know I havent anything only Rube and Press which I named IJmy oxen after my best friends If you think ve can do without them I will let him have Rube and Press George said All right So Sum went off head arid tall up and neither ono of us mentioned the Northnor the South We have been the best of friends ever since JACKSOXfor Sharpsrjure Will Turner of Montgomery Co was here Sunday Bf1Chas Talbott of Mooreficld was a visitor lucre Saturday B F Cliff of Maysville was here Friday on business Allie Ratliff and wife visited in Montgomery Co Sunday Will S Sharp of Maysville was here several days last week Albert Hoffman of Mt Sterling was here on business Tuesday Several farmers here have engaged their wool at from 21 to 23J cents Frank Phelps of near Lexington visited his mother and other rel ativcs here last week J R Tripl tt has sold to Cap Gillisple a bunch of lambs to be delivered in May at 6i cents Mrs Rada Phelps had her ha 1a severely burned lust week in trying to extinguish firo in her room from some clothing having taken fire from a spark A W Lane has been detained from business for several days on account of sickness but lila place i s filled by Squire T R Hilliwho is to Ices on furnitureIJohn Fields near town hadII close call for his life Saturday Hen took a 22 caliber rifle and went out to shoot a dog In some unaccount able way in getting through a wire paling fence the gun was dis charged the ball striking Mr upna scalp wound Tho wound was promptly dressed by Dr J W Ren frew and Mr Fields will be able to be out in a few day- sStopstone Mrs C B Reid is housed up with the grip Mrs John Karrick Jr and son arc visiting relatives at Salt Lick W T Thompson and James AViU liams who hove been on tho sick list aro some better Miss Eva Karrick of Salt Well has been visiting her aunt Mrs H C5 Mead for the last week Leslie of mat 8eroome folks He returned to college Monday Frank Brown and family of Howards Mill were here Sunday raisitingohn Karrick Mrs Lucinda Roe of Farmers has moved to her farm near h rtw and will reside with Thomas Cas It7 who is working the farm A J Downs has moved to tho Mockabeo farm in the upper bend of Slate and HB Sexton moved a into tho house vacated by Downs comingtram o f re- Miss Vcrnetta Cassity who had been bedfast about two years with cancer died last Wednesday a ndw was buried nt Uncle John Powers and1stgonevtotils here below lisTnlor cMudSteele moved into the house macal by Downs on the UTTurley farm G W Turley moved into the hoi vacated 113 Steele which is on l1S own farm OaossaRiMiss Annie Bailey found a 5 hill the other morning but like all- the rest scion found an owner for J mMarch Is here and no toba sowed yet and no prepa ions mace or prospect of sowing soon Boone K Freeman of Hillsboro was the guest of Charley GudI ell and other friends here all last week Mrs Jencttie ted PtoappreciatedRobt Oakley and wife of I Creek visited the latters aim Mrs Warren Swetnam and parents Mr and Mrs f flarcekThere isnt much sickness in this neighborhood just now MrsJ S Anderson continues to improve slowly Aunt Jenettie Snede gay continues very feeble htI R Darnell J T Gudgell and 10J A Harber engaged their mt incto R L Stewart Monday at 5c the first 20 days in July Imalso engaged Jas Riddles at some for same time Jeffie L Darnell and O WJones left us Thursday the former to enter the Ky University at Lex ington and the Latter for Northern withrndmonth erThe number of lambs to the ewe uncommonfnewes andIewes propor tion Ed Denton of Fleming Co 27IUareSto ewe Mrs Sophia Henderson moved last week to the upper tollgate property belonging to S T Hen derson S T Jones from his fathers place to the home place of J S Boyd Boyd to the farm he put chased ot F F Tackett on Prickly Ash Tupkett to tho farm he pur chased of old Aunt Minerva Frurn ho on the headwaters of White Oak M L Jones rented his house to Mrs Mary Hunt who also moved last week and hiIones moved to the house vacated by S T Jones on his fathers place Judy We see a great many hogs selling ut 4e J W Cassity will move back to hit farm near Sideview F M Pool sold and Idly ered some corn to Tom Warner at 225 It is thought by fruit men that the poach crop is killed in this section Happy are they who possess sweaters warm affection and hot temper From present appearance wheat has been somewhat damaged by the recent cold weather Tin OUTLOOK is the only paper that gives the news which is of in terest to the farmers George Lynam who moved to Parksa cow Some of our farmers have had some very fine sheep killed bys worthless hounds recentlybWailer Sharp bought J W Cas sitys tobacco at Sic and Jack and OliverClarks at 7c and 74c Farmers in this section are somewhat encouraged as prices on their products arc gradually advanc hog- Yourscribeaccounpaniedbyqi Lute a number of youngsters from ihis place visited in Nicholas Co last week The time of the year has come that moving must be done A great many changes made during the past week TnE OUTLOOK is tho only Bath county paper that comes to this office Consequently the people express themselves as liking it preparationsfor about all delivered They are now busy vowing clover and timothy seed II K Todd bought 183J acres of land near Plum from Lucian Green at 50 per acre and 172 acres from J W McClure adjoining it at 53oper acre The family of Johnson Wilson is making preparations to surprise him with a nice birthday dinner he 22d of this month it being the 6th anniversary of his birthhMiss Mollie Henry entertained quite a number of tier friends las Friday night with the nicest social hop of tire season Music furnish cd by Kendall and Cassity The young men who aro in the happy possession of sleigh runners ere in hopes tho snow would last six months Their lips affirm the denyit Allsudden spring into popularity makbing speeches and accidentally yer into Old Mexico and didnt jitf i 4 0kno twbcrehwasayshe n6tf averages 4000 letters per week It fill surprise us if he gets that many votes in Kentucky under such a corruption of political affair hich he has been upholdingS rlr 4coNTINuED ON FIRST PAGE COMMISSIONERS SALE eflDATil CIRCUIT COUUT K W Irestou and others PlalnUffs js ICIt Vooley Br nna others Defendants Ily virtuo of a Judgment of the Bath Cir Ic jjhetldnyC BathircuihtheCTotlrtotKentucky i ofco MABCj I isai rathe tolloiflng described property towlt belagntheCountyofOath5t0 b i I1ASrcritoncIeeeaselchicbileson 5 Mill Creeks Inclndlng the old Slate fur Z jHousebeginning nt a point on figure I on tha andPreston 4Iron Bridge over HIato Creek thence with Hlote Creek and the Sand Road N 65 B7 chnlns ton stake at flcnre Soothe south east bank of the creek and north side of the Williamter I cand sold Preston heirs 6 77 E 8 chains to a slake ot ttguro 3 thence N10 E chaIn to gure 4 thence N JSSJi Ell chains to flguro Ittthence H73 B V chain to figure 8 thence 8S5JiB 5 chains to figure 7 thence E B chains to a small double white oak near the middle of the old Sand Road and corner to 4William PrestonXhelrs at flture 8 thence g7ElcbalnstostakefttogurogthenceasS 39 chains to figure thence E 9 chains to flgnrel2tbenceNEJ3olmchajs toatone in the mlddlcr of tho old sand Koad alled the Ike Clarke corner and corner to thenceHe L hickory stamp at figure II corner to Felix Clark thence leaving the road 8 88 E 9 7100 chains to a small sycamore sapling at theangle oZ the f nCtt and corner to Felix V ClitrkandAtfredllartatflguro 15 thence with Alfred Hart and William Jackson B 472 W 3 chains to a beech tree at figure la corner to Jackson thence 8 68 E 27 IO10O fchalnsto a stake nt figure 17 In the middle of a road corner to Jackson and William to SI Wrights line thence with Wright and odd road S 3 chains ton stake at figure IS corner to Wright thence 8 B 34 chains ton small white oak at figure 19 corner to Shrout and Copner and the other or second tract of Wllllatn Preston heirs lot thenea jwIth snld Wllllam Prestons line 888 37 W ia chains to a stake at figure 9 on thenorth bank of Mill Creek Just below theVmouth of the Blue Bank fork of said creek corner to the William Preston land and Piedmontlands77H W 5 chains to fl gure M X 15 W 3 chains to figure 22 X 40 E 4 chains to figure 23 N 6 W 7 chains to figure IK W S chains to figure 23 NeoW 3 chains to figure M S CT W 4 chains tofigure 27 W 7 chains toflgnra J5 y 70 W5G5100cnnln to stake at figure on the north bank of Mill Creek corner to K M Evrins thence leaving the creek- ftlargeEwlne thence X 51 W40 chains to middleof Mill Creek crossing Preston pike at 34 chains at figure 31 corner toEwlngthenco down tho creukns it runs 48 B 4 chains to figuro32N53 E5chIustorNi B 5 chains to figure SI Nl chain to figure 33 J W W 0 chains to figure 36 Jf 7SJJ W 7 chain to 37 4 chains to figure 33 X S3 W 8 chains to figure 39 K 2 chains toflgurc S ol W a chulns to figure the mouth of Mill Creeb 5i at Slate Creek thence down Slate Creek a Will ure 4IN 42 i E 13 100 chains tu thebegln niug containing sixteen hundred7 end thirtyfive and 07100 acres Second All that lot or tract of landcdJuccnt to the village of Olympla Kentucky wYoungsnudatplan Springs Pike and tbeCounty IiOIWN3 3 E2lsloreettoaitakethonceS3SE71o fe t toastatctheuceSrj30W to a taoS5S on the side of the Olympian Springs Pike thence with said pike to the place ot begin nlng containing 12 27100 acres from which above described lot is to be deducted a small lot by tat feet belonging to J K 2Jackson containing 27100 of an acre leav lng twolve u neres In the above lot Third All that parcel of land adjacent to the village of Olympla Station fran ting 100 feet on tile Olympian Springs pike and ex tending back of equal width along the nor them line of the land of Mary Preston e distance of feet The Commissioner will sell the first tract of land above described as a whole and ho 4 will notoccept any bid therefor of a less jtractsnot accept any price therefor of a less mm than 1275 Said sales will bo made upon credits of six and twelve months for equal installments ofthepurcbaseinonoytbepnrchaserbelag to execute bond to the Commls lonerfortbepurchasoprlcewlthnppmy4 security bearing Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale untilpaid and to retain n Ilea upon the land sold until tho same are fully gold Or the par chaser may If he so elects pay all of tho 1jpurchase money In casn a C EWING Commissioner Thornton Kerr Morton Darnall O C WebbAttys WANTED Men to learn barbet trade 500 positions at 60 month ly waiting our graduates New field can earn tuition two months completes All information with handsome 1900 souvenir mailed free Moler Barber College St Louis Mo iV- MD1 IItJSCLflY TRCKETT 7T OPTICIAN Eyes carefully examined fro of charge AdJ usts and fits glasses to say eyes rbatisfactionFor a Good Shave tt FIRSTGLASS HAIRCUT OK SHAMPOO ao TO THE ShopInCo Special attention paid to clean Injj and trimming ladies and chil yourhouso I JOHNSONt 1 SPRING 1900 TREES PLANTS VINES Everything for orchard lawn and garden The largest stock in Ken tucky of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines plants sparagusRhuharb and goods or grown in such an establish ont General Nursery and Straw erry catalogues to be had on cation to II F HILLEXMEYER Deling ton Ky