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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r1X r 5S JL c I Pi t t fJi drp4 3 V G rI i fhi gttiui4tull1 utIook f V y VOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKY THURSDAY MARCH 15 1900 NO 34 t NEW SPRING GOODS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION Every Department FULL OF KEWSTYLE GOODS Dress Goods Or all kinds in Woolen and Wash Goods Something to suit every tody Beautiful Silks for Waists t i GOODPASTER COONS CO SUCCESSORS TO GOODPASTER NIXON coO OWINGSVILLE KY f i r J 51 i When you have a news item or wish to communi cate with Till O3TLOOK office by phono ring up 57 a Try one of our Handmade Spring 4seat Saddles E L k A T BTEO Your accounts are duo We ex plot you to come and settle atone GAuL WILLS k Co 1 e j t V Johnson Hurst of Grange City 1f 1188 had bis pension increased from 6 to 8 per month Brother k Co keep n full line of 1Collars Hamcs Backhands Chain etc etc II Oliver Plow Points at the old I price Vulcan and Brinley Points t1 cheap ECOESE MINIIIAK E C PIKBT Dentist locate 1 over J M Richarts store Office hours S to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m T S Shrout sold last week two jacks to J A Coudery of Lisom I Kansas for 500 r Try our easypayment plan on I Sewing Machines ELATBynoxS j Save money by getting the best 2 The Malts and the Double Shove PIows EUGENE MINIHAN In looking for a plow dont pus the P 4k 0 Chill and Avery Sold by Bud Brother p k T S Shrout bought of B F Perry eight acres of land at the I east end of Main street for 400 kcashGo to Byron Bros for a genuine tS Oliver Chilled Plow or repairs A r full cutter on each point no other like it E L k A T BYRON t If you have never had one of the stallion J S Browns colts consult 5tparties that have for size style DEG7Co NES CtThnswh have lull to catch had e better prepare to catch them when theycan catch the weather and water agreeable Vulcan IB the best Chilled Plow The points always fit Every plow warranted by EURCIIO Minlhan rr READIn order to make room jfora lot of new Buggies coming in 4 for the month of Much I Ai will sell a brandnew Top Buggy for p35 a full Leather Top one for 50 T S SDEODT r1 Examine our stock of Cook Stores Csstand Steel Ranges I Fricei the lowest h r BROTHER kCO I I f The fine saddle stallion Red Bill a and the young jack Henry Clay will make the season of 1900 at the SfJ stable of John B Vice 2J miles of t Bethel The largest stock lowest prices and the beat Plowgearing Breech l ing Cheek Lines etc 29 tf ECQESE MlKIHAK Bob Brother still has the agency 31j for the best Laundry in the U S j He also has an agency to press and S7i reclean clothes If you have any 1 old clothes that you want made new see him Prices low 4 44 Byron Bros still sell the renable- Davil Sewing Machine None bet fc ter Fully warranted at a clolle- pri ce it Friday was such a fine spring day that folks had gardening notions strongly in mind but winter 4 Jii came back next day and gave them 5S the laugh M In breaking old land or stubble we offer the Avery Steel For sod a our Ptk 0 Chill surpasses any thing on the market BROTHER Co k I To THE LanixsI am receivin 1I 73fmynew spring goods daily Every s new and stylish in Millinery Dress Good Notions etc The I best kid gloves in tbe market at J 1rttreasonable prices I Man D S ESTILL The Steel beam Oliver Chilled Flow will do the work in any kind of land For sale by E L ck A T BTEON DS Flora of Sherburne vicini ty was in to see us a few days ago He says the snake crop will not be s as large as usual in his neighbor t1r hood this spring on account of th protracted cold weather 1iow Is the time to sow youi Sweet Peas You can get the besi I4t4 seed of Brother d Goodpaster- The have all kinds in bulk Mob 15 1900 Bud Brother can sell you you Cook Stoves Dishes Woodenware etc and in fact everything to se hriusekeepingexcept the furni 5Aei5W ture John Dangherty of lies Mil- lwuin last Thursdayand kindlJ- took out the bundle of OUTLOOK for Moores Perry postofllce Th patrons of that office dont g ttheP by mil until Friday A i t t 11 A t 1 I tPr J g I J r 4 A Handsome Line HarnburgsWeprices Sec our Superb Sowing M chinewarrnntedfor 25 Special discount for cash E L k A T BTKON UoftsSToLENLastFridaynigi t from my stable 8 j milca from Pan on the Flat Hock pike small roan horse about 111 hands high left ear has a eoro harness marks on side nbout G years old coal black mane and tail 10 reward for his recovery Address ELISIIA G LEWIS Paris Ky At John J Coyles photo gallery back room over J M Richnrti store nil kinds of photos are made at reasonable prices Photo buttons of anysize and style are also made Firlt class work guaranteed TOBACCO SALESGCO A Pee bought in the Okla neighborhood IL K Grays tobacco at Cc neai town F B Allen and tenant But Knoxs at 6c T J Jones bought on White Oak Geo D Gudgell and tenant Matt Williamson tobacco ut OJc FLOWER AOENCT Emil Freder ick proprietor of the Model Green house of Ht Sterling Ky has made Mrs Josephine Moores agent for tho sale of his plants and flow ers and she will keep a fine stock at reasonable prices Why is it that one of the get of J S Brown sold in the fall of 1899 for 280 when 10 many horses bred by other stallions Fold for less than 100 Simply because the got of Jl S Brown have the size style and shape Da G W CONNER We have a full line of groceries at rock bottom prices Give us a call We will give you top price for eggs buttor fcc and Fell you goods just the same as if you were paying cashtnOTncn From Saturday until Tuesday inclusive were lovely spting days The farmers have tukeu advantage of the fine weather to sow their to bacco beds They arc also running the plow lively breaking bluegrass and clover sod and sowing oats Their busy ceaton is on now and they will have all the employment they desire u AtrExriox LADIES I want your trade and will give special in ducewents to cnsh buyers I have added Ladies Tailoring to my bus iness and can guarantee a first class suit both as to fit and make I took a thorough course in both cutting and making and feel confi dent I can suit you Only a limited number of customers can be served Rep MRs D S ESTILL Dna IN MISSOURI Silas Corbin of near Bethel told ua Monday that he bad received a letter stating that his brother Dick died at Bur dette Bates county Missouri Feb 26th Tom and Dick Corbin went to Missouri in 1869 Dick never 7 revisited his old home in thi counI ty Tom is stilt living at Burdette He and Silas arc the only two surviving children of Zachary Corbin CORPORATION NoT1cEs itieo is hereby givon that the d rp ration known as the Slate dro Iron Compnny has by the voluntary act of its stockholders gone int fqui dation and is now settling anti winding up its affairs and bubi eas and that from and after the 25tt dayof April 1900 it will cease tn hare corporate existence by orde of its board 344It GORDON McKAT Presiden- tIKERMcLAnMarried t Thurs day by Elder B T D Zimmerman Mr Joseph Iker and Miss Creth McLain both of tbe Sharpsburg vicinity We have no acquaintance with tho bridegroom but learn that he is a nice gentleman Miss McLain is a very handsome young lady a daughter of Thornton Me Lain She visited here frequently her Runt Mrs Livia Clark Wei hope that prosperity and happiness may be their lot through life STOVES I STOVES STOVES IGot- o Byron Bros when you want any thing in the line of Cook stoves or Range They are up to date on good Stoves and prices Be sure and see them before you buy It will be money in your pocket DAMAGE SUITJ N Ingram has Good1osuit against Dan W Peed of Paris for 10000 damages for shooting out one of his eyes Some time last year Mr Peed and some friends from Paris were at the Olympian Springs shooting at some bullbats The way it was reported to us at the time Mr Ingram was coming out of some bushoa towards where the parties were shooting and Mr Peed did not see him as he fired Mr Peed when ho found he had shot the man took him to a special ist at Lexington and had him treated at a considerable expense and gave his family some et besides Mr Peed regretted accident very much Id g 1 i 4g Dont Forget RugsFableWo carry the largest assoitincnt and can save you money A look at our goods will convince you 1My new Dress Goods have been selected with great care and nrc beauties just what every lady wants and so cheap Call and 8eo them Remember it costs you nothing to look- MRS D S ESTILI Charles S Powell of Richmon who owns the Telephone Exchange here canto last Friday He is making arrangements to common at onco to run a line from hero to llilleboro via Wyoming and Grang City to connect with Flemingsburj He is also arranging to run n line from hero to SuIt Lick The Dandy alleteel Disc Harrow and Bulls Head Corn Drill arc our lenders BROTHER Co VICEDAVIS Elder U T D Zimmerman at his residence Wednesday of last week united in mat riage Mr Samuel Vice and Mie s Annie L Davis The bridal couple were attended by Wm Mannini and Miss Cordio Snedegar The brido is a daughter of Jeff Davis of near Reynoldsville She is a nice and industrious young lady The bridegroom is a son of Tollivci Vice of lower Flat Creek and bears the reputation of being a worthy young man with exemplar habits Congratulations and good wishes are extended Mr and Mrs Samuel Vice The noted stallion J S Brown willmake the season of 1900 at the same barn on upper Prickly Ash Tho get of this horse bring the biggest prices You will make no mistake if you breed to this celebrated stallionDn G W CONNER COURT DAT Monday was an ideal spring day the air being and the sun shining brightly The attendance of otitoftown people made a fairsized crowd undo trade was lively on the streets the familiar cry tf the uucti meciy being heard prettymuch all day A good many horses and mules changed hands at good strong pricesOf the 200 cattle offered only a part were sold at prices not so good as the scarcity of feed made considerable divergence between the views of the sellers and buyers The merchants had a fair trade They say the time has come when we all must look to our own inter cats If that be so why tint buy your groceries from Perry fc Brother They will save you money and money saved is money made When in town call and see them three doors below postoflice in the Blue Front WILSONSTOUT WEDDING Mr John W Wilson and Miss Cora L Stout were married at the residence of the brides father Wm L Stout near town on Wednesday March 1900 at two oclock p m Im mediately after tbo ceremony they went to the hom of the groom near Mt Sterling where they are now at home to their friends Mr Wilson is a prominent and wealthy farmer and is known to many of our citizens The bride is a strik ingly handsome young lady of tlc i brunette tvpo and numbers her friends in this and adjoining counties by the score THE OtrrLo- oxtardwishes j 1 I i ip 1 i a i je I JiHt1 l ii f ieljJ t J Ef f i r 3 f11J j JJfit u f q 7 The Tiger lino of Disc Harrot s and Corn Drills are not excelled Found at E L de A T Britons LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George K Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoMarch- 1900We 10 had this weak a very market and waslnthan for some time The market lies been active and strong and aU tim buying trade including manufacturers and speculators have been strongly represented this wco It is conceded by warehousemen and buyers that this has been the strongest market since new tobacc commenced to move Good leaf nnd lugs show advances from 175 to 250 per hundred Tho commo grades where the order was fair selling from 50z to 75c per hundrci higher than the same grades sell for when in soft order Colory flv ings and trashes in good order are being eagerly taken now at ad vanced prices The indication point to a continued strong market We can sell you anything in the Harness and Saddle line Hand made Saddles Buggy and Wogoi Harness Check Lines Blind Bri dies Firstclass workmanship am best materialE L 4 A T BYRON SONS op CONFEDERATE VETERANS Louisville Ky Feb 17th 1000 Editor of OUTLOOK Owingsville KyDear Sir Will you kindly publish this letter in aid of the cause of the reunion of Confederate Veterans in Louisville next May A full attendance at tho reunion of the Eons of Confederate Veterans is earnestly desired In order to insure this proper organization of these Eons must be perfected inI various towns throughout the State If a son or grandson ofa Confederate soldier or xaior vril write me requesting it a printed guide explaining tho method of or ganizing meal camp and a model constitution will be forwarded him In this way local camps can become a part of the national order of United Sons Confederate Veterans The plan of organization is plain and simple Kentucky for many reasons should put forth special efforts to ward the success of the reunion and the criperntion of the lionil of Confederate Veterans is sought Issued by the order of- BEN HOWE Commander Ky Div U S C V ROBERT LEE PACE Adjutant 31 Louisville Trust Bldg Louis ville Ky- Taarr WRITES AGAIN 311 1900 Dear OUTLOOK For ages Kentucky has been the ideal home of the fairest women and the bravest most chivalrous men in all Gods universe Our statesmen have stood on the highest pinnacle of fame and been noted as much for their sterling honesty and integrity as for their wisdom and eloquence Today tho Fates have turned against her She has gone far down into the bogs of dark lospair and all the world stands awestruck at the depravity of the rta sho has relied upon to uphold h greatness Take for instance ler peerless Joe and his sublime win orationsfirst over Sanford hen over Goebel Shades of Ben diet Arnold but such actions as bis would be a lasting disgrace on Digger Indian Gono is the rcatnesa of the fair Old Common ealth It is poisoned flowers that ow bloom where once was the aradise of true greatness Yet by need the Tramp care He not in politics and never will be owever in his wanderings he mes occasionally on some historic ot and I think to tell of such ould be of far more interest toe public than any opinion he has i the War in Kentucky Many that have read Fenimore- oopori Leather Stocking Tales ive no doubt imagined Uncas purelyInbt true Uncas was a living char cter and was the grandson of the Irst one of the name to achieve reatnesll The first Mohican sa Jjem named Uncas was tho con I uerer of Miantonoraolj In a hady grove right by the roadside t the head of a deep ravine just utside the corporate limits of the- harming littlo town of Nbrwich onn is a little mound that is tho Ast restingplace of these royal oplo On a stone that marks the ad of tho gravo of the great sa em the first Sagamore is the owing eulogistic lines ere lies Uncas the white mans friend or beauty wit and sterling sense or courage bold and eloquence or temper mild and things wawo gnu 0 was the glory of Mobegan The term wawogan Is of Indian gin and implies GOOD Over the 4 IYQ of Uncas litho Last ot the I Ladies Shoes SolbysIBlack and Tans Mohicans stands a monume erected by Gen Jackson wben President and tho dedication address was by Governor CassoThe inscription is Hero lies the body of- lompi Uncas son of Benjamin and Ann linens and of royal blood who died May the 1st and in 1740 in the 21st year of his age So all can know that delight in Coopers beautiful pioneer stories that at lout some of his charncters wore not mythological TRAMP PERSONA- LI a H Ewing was at Mt Storlin from Saturday until Monday Mrs B H Lane of Stcpston visited Mrs Horace Lane Monday Isaac Sliousc of Salt Lick was in town Thursday on business J W Elgin of Maysville was hero several days last wcbkon business C R Scott of Sherburne was in town one day last week on busi noss Mr and Mrs C C Chenault oC Mt Sterling visited relatives here MondayMiss Estill visited relative at Wyoming from Friday unti SundayMilton Batliff of Bethel was t guest of his sister Mrs Ida Elliott MondayAttorney H S Wood of Mr Sterling was in town Tuesday on business John G Roberts of Mt Sterling was in town several days this week business James A Anderson and N B Patterson went to Frankfort Tues day miruing t Mr and Mrs Walter Wilson or MoorcHuId are visiting Elder nnc Mrs r S Tinsley Miss Clifford Hnzelrigg has re turned from a protracted visit to relatives at Carlisle Wm L Stout left Thursday of lust week fur a business trip tohis old home in Virginia James G McCue the well known traveling salesman was here Friday interviewing the trade Emil Frederick and daughter Miss Bertha of Mt Sterling were hero Friday on business Mr and Mrs B C Gatewood of Mt Sterling spent Sunday and Monday at Mrs Elva Catletts Mrs W D Lightfoot and laughter Miss Lee left last week to visit relatives near Morehead WmP fed of Grassy Lick Montgomery Co came Sunday to visit lis son Geo A Peed near town Miss Jane Glover of Flat Creek bas been the guest of Mr and Irs John Gillon for several days WO McKinnovan left Thursday or Rowan Co where ho is buying largo stock of lumber for his firm Minot Davis of Mt Sterling joined Mrs Davis at her parents llr and Mrs D N Youngs last reels Mrs W R Scott of North iliddlotown is the guest of her mrents Mr and Mrs C C lazelngg John A Ramsey Grand Master if Ky Masons went to Louisville Thursday afternoon of last week m business W L Thomas returned to his nome at Versailles Saturday after a twoweeks visit to his brother Mark on Flat Creek Mr and Mrs C W Peters of Sharpsburg came over Sunday on a visit to relatives in town returning Monday afternoon Mrs JT Kimbrough and daughter Miss Nellie returned Saturday from a visit of several weeks with relatives at Louisville C H Hoon is still confined to- bis room He was not so well ucsday afternoon as he had been for some days previous Miss Bertie Donaldson after a weeks visit with relatives near this town and Mt Sterling has returned home to Sharpsburg Miss LydaTiptonafter attending Mrs Alex Conners school has returned to her homo at Wyoming where she will teach school Miss Kittie Lane of Stcpstone and Miss Eula Greene of Mt Sterling came last week to visit the latters sister Mrs H L Lane W LKllIpntriokof Mt Sterling came over Sunday morning returning in the afternoon aocora pained by Miss May Daugherty who will spend a few days the guest of hot sisters Mrs Claude Paxton and Mrs Killpatrick Table Linens From 25c to 3 per yar- dNapkins From roc to 6 per dozen r Mrs PIerce Winn ofA1t Sterling came Friday to spend a week with her mother Mrs Elva Cat lett Mr Winn joined her there Sunday Misses Reba and Emma Maupin of Salt Lick were in town Saturday accompanied Miss Emma Kerr of near town whom tllty were visiting Mr and Mrs James Smith returned Thursday from a stay of two weeks at Moscow Ohio whet they attended the funeral of MK Ss sister Gay Shrout Turney Patton nnd Wm Bybee of Mt Sterling visited Deo and Leslie Shrout on upper Prickly Ash Saturday night and Sunday lIon C W Tipton accompanied by his wife returned home Iron Frankfort Saturday night He won back Tuesday morning in time to witness the closing hours of the sessionMisses Anna Hutcheson Mar Conner Sallie Faris and Mrs Lulie Herron went Wednesday of last week to visit Mrs Claud Paxton and Mrs WL Killpatrick in Mt Sterling Prof E C Kimbrell was a social caller at this office Monday Prof has taught sixteen writing schools in this county and is to be commended for his untiring vigilance in his profession as his patrons are well pleased with his work as fill as we can hear Scraps DOUBLED JoY Dars de doublebreasted jacket De doublebreasted sack Dars de doublebreasted mackintosh Dat keeps do watah back Dars de doublebreasted obercoat De doublebreasted vest But de doublebreasted chlckin Wud suit dis chile de best Chicago News QUITE itCnAxoaWhen you married you thought your husband a pot demigodYes And now Now he reminds me more of a demijohn Ex- HATBFCL THING Mrs Nugget This paper says that in some parts of the Philippines a wife can be bought for 1 Isnt that outra goons Mr NagetOb I dont know Probably some of them aro worth it Exchange COULDNT BE A SISTER TO HIM You have three brothers havent you he inquired Yes she answered Why Oh I was just wondering ifyou would like to make mo a fourth Im very sorry she replied but I will be a wife to youEx WANTS THEM BDlll tell you what the Democratic party wants aid the freesilver man You neednt tell me replied the practical politician Ive been in politics long enough to know hat What is it The otflceaSt Louis Star FAIMLESU DENTISTRY Great heavens Whats the cause of all hat yelling around the corner Come Lets hurry there may be murderStay Dont get excited Were used to that We hear it every day Theres a painless dentists office round theroEx- Nor BAD ROTA duel was once ought by two men named Shott md Nott Nott was shut and ihott was not In this case it is tatter to be Shott than Nott There was a rumor that Nott was not hot but that Shott was shot notwithstanding Circumstantial dence is not always good On trial it might appear that the shot Shott shot shot Nott or it might bo pos lible that tho shot Shott shot shot jhott himself when the whole af air would be as at first and Shott ruuld be shot and Nutt would be tot We think however that the shot Shott shot shot not Shott but tfott any way it is hard to tell vho was sliotEx TOE VuRiWonsT Ordinarily said Colonel StillweU hI object to the conundrum I regard it as a iriinitivo form of humor I also resent these constant gibes ut the State of Kentucky They represent both deficiency of taste and poverty of resource lint just to hiow he continued deliberately that I am u broudiiiindfd man who can accept a joke amiably I will ask you a question What is the difference between the state of Massnchasotts and Kentucky Give it up Colone- lMassachusetts produces boot tad shoes and Kentucky produces shoots and boose And I want to say Im glad I thought of it first for if anybody else hid sprungi remark like that on m unpxpwt edly I wouldnt care to nnawpr frthe consequences Washington Star UptoDate and fair will and pleasure showing will FARMERSLI PREPARED TO FURNISH THE BEST PLOWS THE LOWEST PRICES Tho VULCAN is best CHILLED PLOW- The BRINLEY the best STEEL PLOW is the best HILLSIDE PLOW The GENUINE is tho best DOUBLESHOVEL PLOW the largest best and cheapest Plows Gearing Wagon Breeching Check Lines Col lars Hames Chains Collar c c My HANDMADE SADDLES HARNESS are THE BEST My name on Saddles and Harnrss means they are HOMEMADE and the best I am yours for the best Saddles Harness 1 r EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE ET lyers Kincaid i SUCCESSORS TO S P ATCHISON DeAlersDRUGS GROCERIES FRUITS InFINE CANBYPERFUMERYc i1Agents for Old Barton Whiskies and Wines Cor Jefferson Sts Phone PAXTON AND DENTON SUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE Mr J L HESS is our Funeral Director and Embalmer Telephone 12 MASONIC BLDG WINGSVIIJUE PALMER Ie COONS 4tSUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT SHROUTSf ir WILL DO YOUR f BLACKSMITHINC AND REPAIRING AT R0CKB0TT0M PRICES All Work Guaranteed Them Call 2 FORCE IIABIrOh senor ho cried you no mercy Private Smith of the Steer th volunteers who had been H drug clerk at home looked down upon coldlyNo replied from sheer force of habit but I have something as good- Thereupon he gave it to him Philadelphia Press His AUGUST NrnsAt last the clerk permitted the guest on the far side of the counter to speak to him May I inquire said the guest diffidently who that modest gentleman was you were talking to a moment ngoP Cert replied the was the old manY And who is the old man pray The owner of the house of course Is that so was the astonished remark Well I never would have thought he was Why notP- Because I was so dead sure in ray mind that you owned the whole ebangDetroit Free Press GAME LAWS is KESTUCKT The following are Kentuckys game laws as sprung a Northern ex Plain may be shot from January 1st to December 31 t Senators Governors and mem bert of Congress may be shot during any political campaign and within sixty nays thereafter Niggers can be shot tiny time Hunters in search of this game are also allowed to use a stutfed club ir a knife If any man is caught drinking vuter it IA a sign that lie is no gn lemm sah and may hu executed with whatever weapon is nearest it hand Colonels may be shot with impunity at any time n sqnirrei gun is recommended for dispatch ing majors and captains No man shall bo allowed to kill in excess of six persons per day In easel where it is an alfair of honor this number mar be in ireijed to 103 Every citizen who does nut tote the the remains of his virtha from public sight within fortyeight hours of the time thee first volley was tired will be Sued one of moonshine Anv citizen who steps on nnoth r toes may lie shot on the spot with the privilege of apologi zing thereafter If a citizen leaves home half shut und is found on the street a than time thereafter full of buck shot tht is liin fault and his lire not allowed to shoot more than seventeen suspects in their eSfurts to find the guilty personE- xSubscribe for THii OUTLOOK Everything We want your trade if denting and honest prfces do we will get it Come in and exam r Inc our goods prices wo will r take In yow and extend every effort to please you AM YOU AT the is HALLS MALTA I have stock of Pads AND and I Fine Main 8 Give a OP Have just hotel clerk that by change citizens at butcher while gallon citizens relatives Gold Jfednls to HARPER whisk at Now Orleans and Worlds Fair Chicago Try it you will endorse the Judges verdict Sold by J Vf Lane Owincsville Ky A Free Trip id Paris H Reliable persona of mechanical orlaTenure mfnn deslrtDe utI 0 the PailuJa17 aDd LAXEX zpes pId RrpEoat1fWIOOdo ELECTROPOJSE Cures all diseases without the use of jmedicine A pure Oxygen treatment by absorption It cures where every thing else fails It will core every Iweakness or ailment to the most persistentchronic disease and with out tho use Lawyers r Doctors Preachers Supreme Judges g JEditors etc even Crowned Heads of Europe have given written test monials of these facts Testimonials 0Jwith price instruments free THE ELECTHOPOISE CO 513 4th St Louisville Ky lC O RAILWAY IiiIMECAKD EFFECTIVE OCT 23 is Kxpres Trains for Louisville Lexington Cincinnati Washington NeW York l- And Easterii Citi- TlXKOr TUAIXAAT PHKtO JtlATlO EASTBOBND No 441anb So2I53iioOzprnWKrtTIUIIJNU oI CUb= 0 i flUPm So It SO pia fDally except Sunday All other dully tFor information risnntinjr rates siPep nc cnr reservations call on or address icert COnn U wiiy liston StAtlon QAT THE RATE OF 4CENTS tAWEEKFor the OLDEST aad BEST AF TERNOON N wsp per la tile Santa The Louisville 1daUComplcte EVERYTHING NEWSPAPER SHOULD COXTAIN J1st be oaalilD the EcaI Post dailySThe Rates AreS100 for Three Mnths HSO tot 51 Ooothi poo for ODe Yeer 31 coples for 280 ceat Scud postal card fortc copies tj 0 f i tJ OYIAhJSVI1I6 OutlOOk f OUTLOOK ronusunca co Puwunc r WNGEVILLE 1tENTUCK- pp = 1 PENITENTIAL HYMN If I have played upon my heart lowerartit sinIfOf quiverings In a starless dream dispensetastrayIay If I could ever yet despise eyesItLeft me forgetful of Thy name tiedI side- of the tight rightkf Forgive 0 Lord forgive 0 Lord If eer once have been my care Mere trappings of Thine altarstair faceIto trace It I have doubted of the Rood IVIthlr the soul of womanhood r Judged a man by samesmall blot WTnphThou hut portioned to his lot ForRoTThy law scorned Thy might mearightJoel 4 hGINf jLJJ4 RuS Kitit r4 trrmn3 stoTy at Lite in The lilip ICitmtta mgq b Tteeycun Ne1yI CHAlTKK II 4 The little party of visitors in he gm II erals personal tent made a striking contrast to that assembled under the a ofliciil canvas In the latter scaled oa ramp stools nnd candle boxes or braced against time tent poles werenenr La dozen oflieers all In the somber dark blue regulation uniform several in riding bouts and spurs some men IIwearing the heavy froggcd overcoat all but two juniors of the stall men who stood on time shady side of 40 four of the number wearing on their shoulders the silver slurs of generals of division or brigade and among their a thinning crops of hair the silver strands that told of years of service One man alone the commanding gen pera waa speaking all the others lis ed in respectfulsiieice Iu t Rloom of that late fog sliroiidcml miller 11oona lantern or tVnitiii4mave been Avvleome but the confirciiee hud be I1h gun while It was bull light enough for the chief to read the memoranda on lila desk and now he was talking without notes In the array of grave thought ful forte come actually omhcr and heverc in expression a smile would have z Meroed out Of place yet all on n sud den grim features relaxed deejiset 3 ryes twinkled and glanced quickly about In search of kindred sympathetic spirits nnd more than half the bearded i fares broadened into a grin ot merri mI ment and as many heads were sudden tIyuplifted for just as the grnyhalred 1 chief ended an impressive period with II the ivunls Jt will be no Iauglmmng tier IC I ru y hold of them there lime surr eijfl1lic jnt tIIneat laughter nablL the riiitmg joyous mil iiauKllfr of happy girlhood mint ling with il hcjrty wholesome if Bomevvlint boyish outburst of jollity A of healthful youth 4 Merciful powers exclaimed the a chief I had forgotten all nlraut Ihoie ev jteople TLey must have been here 20 I minute Sixtyfive sir by the watch said a Ralur ninelooking soWicr tall and stat wait and wearing time shield of the ad jutant generals department oa the col lar of his sack coat They ought to go then was ii placid suggestion of a third officer a man with keen eyes thinnlmost ascetic a fare but there twitched a quaint humor about time lines of his lips That visits put the retiring age another peal of men intent t rom the ulng tent put a stop to- S ack for entertainers 01401I oTttUer ns soon as he e1f dcunl Time sol wdo came with 4 them must have slipped oul I IItwem de knows Col Armstrong the chief thoughtfully I sent for MlidIn hour ago and lie may be pilot i Mr Prime around ramp looking up y runaway im A not dcrrasc asked a brigade com mander with a shrug of his shoulders1 Another mae answered time seller I al wild u gh 9t isnt always home 4 tioubles that drive them to iI This I boy dad cierything a elating father give him Wdal tin earth could I him boll and enlist for the war 1IJakenncanswered fora moment Then h with lime humorous twinkle 1 shout Ilic eyes and time twitch at lime t lip corners bent forward placed his I elbows on dis knees his fingers lip to S z111 lip gazed dreamily at the floor and t kcutcntioiuly said s 4jLf Girl rI Whereupon his next neighbor a r 1stocky Idiekset aian in the uniform of s a brigadier never moving eye dead or So band managed to bring a siable foot q in heavy riding boot almost savagely r IZIlpon lime slitngaiter of the humorist J t7N who suddenly started and flushed to the glanced quickly at the chief icii2iand ldrn as quickly back lo the floor I iris blue eyes clouded in genuine dis trgenerals gray face had seemed J to grow grayer In the gloom Again I thcrg4iic a rippling echo the t rus of merry laughter from the ad t 1 joining tent only It seemed a trifle sub eidutl possibly as though one or two of J t merrymakers had joined less i i With sudden movement the t flIenernl rose Well Ive kept you long ol be said Let the three regi 1fmenls be got in readiness at once but t relax no effort Inthat other matter 1FId the guilty parties if a possible I rp f 4tul then the group dissolved One IJ i or two of the number looked back half j hesitating nt the entrance of the tent rv but the chief bad turned again to the h littered table before him and seating i dmsef rested his gray head in the li hand nearest his visitors It was as though dc wished to conceal lila face One of the last logo the thinfaced sol f ri dier with the twinkling Woe eyes hung r 1m irresolutely behind the chief a moment ras though be had it in his mind to vieak outecamp to the so l tidy of a single staff officer and to the cIsgathering darkness J Kindly say to Mr Prime or his 1 Jr friends that I will join them In n mo ment said the former presently 4 1 without so much as uplifting head or t tIe ari1lh nldilcrcanip Jeff pf jioifc iJ r VJ J ftf cc Sei H e 4if 1 f it i It 1 hr 1 H t lessly as his predecessor the humorist But when he was gone nail The Chief sat alone the sound of merry clint and laughter still drifted in with the mist at the halfopened entrance Shadowy forms flitted to and fro between the of tidal tent and the lights beginning to twinkle at brigade headquarters across the wide roadwaySmi orderly scratched at the tent flap but got no an swer The lone occupant sat well back in the gloomy interior and could barely be distinguished The waiting soldier hesitated a moment then entered nod stamped once upon the wooden hoot then turned and noiselessly stepped out for anticipating his question the general spoke No light just yet urdery1Ill mali youIn inomcnU Oust close the teiit- At his hand he eti1ei1nO light lo find it lay n little packet that land been passed in 10 him with the mail while the council was still in session It was stoutly wrapped lightly corded and profusely sealed but with time slnirp point of an eraser the general slit I lie fastenings tore off the wrapper and felt rather than saw that a bundle of letters rolled in tissue paJ1er nod tied with ribbon ribbon longsince fiulrt and wrinkled lay within I his harehilly placed in n InrgcKiiwd military letterelivclopV motslcniMl ntul pressed tight time gummed lump Mowed it in lie inner pocket of the iaeituat that hung ul the rear tent pole reduced time wrap per and its superscription to minute fragments and dropprll tlieiii into the wastebasket nil its Litrcfully and meth odically as thouili life knew neither hulTy nor worry then bowed his lined fame in both Iiandsn moment in utter si Icnec and in unmistakable sadness Presently his lips moved Can you look down and sec that have kept my word Agnes be III rllllulIudhelp me to find him mall hint yet Once again the laughter the gay young voices rang from time oilier tent All over camp far nod near from time limits of Idt park lo the very slope of the height at the norlli the evening bugles were calling by thousands Ihe thronging soldiery to IIHSS or loll mull Slowly time general vosf IrHv oh Ids overcoat tuul in another III omen un uiitlmglassc with a genial smile softening every feature his tine soldierly fame peered in on t lie scene of lifhtol merri ment ind laughter under till canvas roof of the only home lie knew in the world Ihe soldier home of one whose life had been spent following Hit flag through bivouac camp or garrison through many n march bat t he UIIII cam paign nil over time lirnad hinds of till tilled Stales until now lit time dour when most men turned lot time placid joys of Hit reside lie love of ilevcitcd and faithful wife time doiiKige and af fcclion of children I lie imtt Ie mill play ful sports of childrens children home less wifeless childless de Mood ut the boirrpf I lie boundlrsH sen soldier duly poiiiitng tde way lo far dUtimt unknown aim iindesirrd regiotis win tint In follow idit ling III tlie chi nf Hie word if need 1nlll ott lmiimg no higher dopcnrnmbilloti than to follow anti uphold It to the Mid of his life Thiie was nothing in sued u tame nm his to put a check to fun and merriment yet till nn n sudden the diugdter died away Three young gallants in soldier garb sprang to their feel and famed him wild ipHal and explanation in their speaking eyes although only one of their number found his tongue in time to put tile mutter into words There sellerallIeUoclock anti ifow there were four and Ide four were having fiyeocloek lea At least anyiiisc would have wild they were four blithe girls innocent of Atd Its Is Miss Amu Uiwtttce graver responsibilities than social calls and dinner or dcncc engagements for never looked four young women so free from His cares of this world dan those who were picturesquely grouped about time generals camp table and under Ide biilliun reflector oC time generals lamp Hie plain gold circlet on time slender finger cf the merriest nail noiMcst and smallest of the four and the fuel that she bud nothing to say lo tlie senior of the lAmir attendant officers except in the brief indifferent tones of assured proprietorship and very much to say to the other three told a different story Time generals manner lost none of its kindness even though a close observer would dave seen that dis face lost a lit tic of is light as be rccocuizcd in time evident leader of the revels and mistress of the iitustion time wife of dis senior aidileranip An hour before be thought her a thousand mills away and ro did her husband Bless your dear old IlearUex claimed the little lady springing to her feet facing him wild Indomitable smiles and thrusting forward two mien der while bejeweled hands Xo dont tay you disapprove Dont scold Dont do anything but sit right down lucre and have a cup of your own de licious tnrank some boiling va- tcrthmat no one makes for you as I do youve owned it many a time And then were all going in to time Palace or dinner and tden to the theater and Ill tell you all about it between time acts Oh you poor dear I ought to have come before youve been working yourself to death And by this time resolutely pulling she had towed the general to n chair and into this lila favorite leather armed canvasbacked hickoryframed companion of many a year sde deftly dropped him and then giving him no chance for a word gayly pirouetting the seized one after another upon each member of the party present an ac complished little mistress of ceremon ies encased in a tailor made traveling suit that rendered her proof against a dozen minor ills so beautifully was it cut nail fitted to her pretty figureand with inexhaustible flow of merry words presented her or him to the veteran in the chair Tdis my honored general first and foremost ia Miss Mildred Prime daughter of a thousand earls is she yet one vastly to be desired though I say it who should not for she hails from Jfew York which is enough to make me hate her whereas weve just sworn an eternal friendship Youve only casually met her and her folks before but I can tell you all about them You should hove put Frank nt time dead of your intelligence bureau general Hed iieverfirjtl out anything 2 but i would We came en the Mmt train together all the way from Og den A tall darkeyed darkhaired oval faced girl coloring slightly in evident embarrassment over these odd army ways eourtesied smilingly to time gen eral and seemed to be pleading dumbly for clemency if there had been trans gression This hurried on the voluble lilt Ic woman seizing another feminine wrist is Miss Cherry lmumigtnnClierry l ipc we call her lit dome this summer tde dearest girl thaI ever lived except myself mini one youll simply delight ii an you do In ml when you get Utknow her She is as yotl have often been told and have probably forgotten the only goodlooking member of Franks family lila first cousin Kht was mop tug her heart out after nil lime nire young men in heaver went to tivimra and wintering on the stem until I told der sde should go too s lieu she blos somed and blushed wild joy as you see her now sir Cherry make your oman ners Cherry whose annum well de scribed her was only walling for a ednnee laughing the while nt tdelneriy now of her cdaplriins minis mill at the fiist lirenk stepped quickly forward and pluicd her hand frankly in tin outstretched palm nf der dost tlur gum ii eagerly 1111 der shoulder a tdougd sde would sty iJut you must See her and her bright eyes sought and found tIme fourth feminine icem her of time Seoul And this said Mrs Frank Garrison bravely yet with a trifle ics inntiilenem of manner with indeed a faint symp lorn of desitaney is Miss Amy Ijw renee and in extending lime lilt ha ml to like that of tde most retiring of the three girls only tde linger lip and thumb srcimd to touch Miss l ivvrtlice value quirkly forward ard waiting for no description bowed wild quiet grace and dignity to thc chief And smiling a hit gravely said Tnelc lift word i imal lie would soon return general limit lie been gone Wild Cbl Armstrong heady an dour I tiope l hol lIot lmmieiu tot great liberty mill her glance turned to tin substantial tea service on time rude camp table uOh Im i ts motisi IlL for thatalill fur any and every iniquity lure com limit liii solely because I know our gen eral too will lo believe de would allow famishing damsels to faint lor lackof sustenance It was Mrs Garrison of rourse who spoke iaitmujuly set Frank ami his fellows to work with Ide riMill that ten and binetiit ligdl nnd wainild mirld mill merriment faild dope a nil idarity sprang up like magic III this gloomy old tent mill deic we are Mill 4ow say youre glad iame general for Ides itupicl lioys Od quile forgot Let me present time slaves of till lamp the spirit lamp general Finnk you know too well ilhrt shy Stand forth vassal Xumber TvVW This general is Cupt Sehuyler a Inlte nf n tnnn phiysieallya Got ham ite in fact but a tower of wit mind wisdom when permitted to speak A diminutive youngster with a drap wire too jig for his hodIIII1I1 world of limit in his spaikling eyes bowetl elaborately to dis commanding general but prudently deld his peace Capt immcmkhybemrs department on his beautifully high au unquestionably XewYorkmade col mrs He hasnt an idea on the sub urycihe had to have something and thats what de got Hed rather be second lIDYhilla youth it fits to a t Mr William Gray of the teenth foot whom knew years ago wdcn we were Lids in tde same camp and wdose bet claim to your notice IK that you knew his oilier He says so and hopes youll forgive all dis budding iniquities on time strength of it lIme general nodded wild u grimm at tIme youngster who stood at Miss Ixiurcneeti left and tden livid up his hand for silence shutting off further presentations Ill forgive anything but more chat 10ielldTden should be glad to know how you nil happened to meet lucre My iloing entirely general Frank another lIpIluick Cherry manic with me to surprise my husband an easy thing to doIm always doing it We found him lucre by your orders striving to entertain these two charm ills damsels the last thing on earth he is capable of doing however vaIn able he may be with orders and orre spondence I heard Mr Primes story and at onee suggested Col Armstrong heard Miss l iwrencc exclaim at sigh of hilly here and saw a case of old ac quaintance sent for him forthwith so easy lo say The adjutant gen erals mplinintsI found flint lifter all they had never met hut Miss Lawrence hail seen him at the head of sonic famousstndcnl company I it was who presented him to her mind summoned Capt Scduyler to meet once more his fellow citiens time Primes 1 it was who ordered lamps fire and time tea timing I am time good fairy who wrought the transformation Behold me with my wand She seized Miss Langtons slender umbrella and waving it over her curly little head pirouetted again in tr umphant gaycty The general was thoughtfully sipping his tea and studying her as she chat tered and danced When she paused a moment for breath he again livid up his hand Col Armstrong went with Mr Prime did he WitbclrJ assurance that the prodigal should be produced forthwith and restored to the paternal bosom declaimed Mrs Garrison melodramatic ally and would have ranted on never noting the flush of pain and embarrass ment that almost instantly appeared in time faces of Miss Lawrence and her darkeyed eastern cousin nor seeing tlie warning in her husbands eyes but at the moment the tent flap was thrown buck and held open to admit a tall grayhaired civilian whose silk hat was uplifted as he entered in courteous rec ognition of the group despite tIme dis tress that was betrayed in the pallor of his face and the instant glance of his dark eyes toward time slender girl who stepped eagerly forward Mrs Oar rison turning quickly saw and with swift agile movement sprang to one upfromfathers side Miss Prime laid her hand upon his arm looking fondly and anxiously into his face A soldierly middleaged officer In dripping forage cap and rain rlot stepped quickly in and lowered the flap Did you timid him father was Miss Primes lowtoned faltering question We foundthe soldier referred to Col Armstrong has been most kind but It wasnt your brother at nil my child ITo Be Continued Ullng Chclly If you wefuse me I shan g- oto10 the Philippines and get shot imhomlreTN l ji 2ITHE WORKING WOMAN Dr Talmage Speaks Words of En couragement to lEer Faith find Trnut In lust Afford Comm fort for Thou Who Are Op Iretlit StritKKllnit fit II th ltmoul tCopyrlglit woo liy 1otils KUHSchJ This discourse of Dr Talmage is nil appeal for merry in behalf of oppressed womanhood mill utters encouragement to those struggling for livelihood text KcclcsinstcH iv Bcdold the tears i f sued as were oppressed mind they hind no comforter Very long ago the needle was busy It vas considered honorable for wom en to toil in olden limes Alexander the Great stood in his place showing garments iiinde by his own mother The fluent tapestries at Iliiyetiv were mmle by till queeli cif William the Con queror Augustus the emperOr would nut wear garments except those hut were fashioned lv some member ot his royal family ill let the toiler everywhere iv respected The needle das slain more than the sword When time sewing machine was invented some thought that invention would alleviate wonuins toil mill put an ind to the despotism of the needle limit no while the sewing uiacliin has lIen a great blessing to welltodo families in many eases it hits uululeu to the stab of th needle time ermisim of the wheel and multitudes of women not withstanding tIme recnforeement of the sewing mlllhilll win only make work harll iii they will bet wecim two mind three dollars a week The greatest blessing that could have happened to our first parents was be ing turned out of Kden mutter they hud done wrong Adam and Eve in their perfect state might have got along without work or only sueli slight em ployment a perfect garden with no weeds lL demanded lint soon as they hall sinned the best thing for them was to be tutlnelomit where they would have to work We know what a withering thing it is for man to have nothing to do Of the 1000 prosperous ami honorable men Hint you know Olij hail to workuvigorously nt the begin ning lint nm now to tell you that industry is jtist till important for n womans safety nnd happiness The most unhappy women in our communi ties today arc those who have no en gagements to cull them up in the morning who once having risen breakfasted lounge through the Hull forenoon lit slippers down nt the lice nhd with disheveled hair reading the lust novel nail who having dragged through a wretched forenoon mind taken their afternoon sleep mill having passed an hour and a half at their toi let pick up their cardease and go out to make calls smd who pass their even logs waiting for somebody to come in nnd break up the monotony Arabella Stuart never was imprisoned in dark a dungeon as that There is no happiness in an idle wom an It may lit with hand it may be with bruin it may be with foot but work slit ninsl or be wretched forever The little girls of our families must be started with that idea Time curse of American society is that our young women are taught that the first sec ond third fourth fifth sixth seventh tenth fiftieth thousandth thing in Jtheir hiftjjjqjret somebody to tnkxs care of them Instead the first lesson should be how under God they ntiy take care of themselves The sin Ill fact is that a majority of them tin have to take care of themselves nnd that too titter having through time false notions of their parents wasted time years in which they ought to have learned how successfully to maintain themselves Vie now and here declare time inhumanity cruelty nail outrage of that father and mother who pass their daughters into womanhood hay ing given then no facility for earning their livelihood Mine de Stael tumid It is not these writings that I am proud of limit time fact that I have facility in ten omen pations in any one of which I could make a livelihood You say you hun a fortune to leave them 0 man and wo iinn Have you not learned that like vultures like hawks like eagle riches have wings and thy away Though you should be successful in leaving n competency behind you the trickery of executors may swamp it in u night or sonic officials in our churches may get tipa mining coni pany mill induce your orphans to put their money into a hole in Colorado and if by time most skillful machinery time sunken money cannot be brought up again prove to them that it was eternally decreed that that was time way they were to lose it mind that it went in time most orthodox and heav enly style Oh the damnable schemes that professed Christians will engage in until God puts His fingers into the collar of the hypocrites robe mind strips it clear down to the bottom You have no light breauic you mire well off to conclude that your children mire going to l c well off A man died leaving a large foitune His son fell dead in a Ihiladelphia grogshop His old com lades came il and said as they bent over his rorpsi What is time matter with you UojgseyV Time surgeon standing over him said Hush ye Hq is dead Oh hit is dead they said Come boys let us go and take a drink in memory of poor Hoggsey lIme you nothing better than money to leaveyotmr children If you have not but send your Infighters into time worM with empty brain mill unskilled hand you mire guilty of assassination homi cide infanicide There arc women toiling in our cities for Iwc or three dollars a week who were the daughters of merchant princes These suffering ones now would be glad to have the crumbs that once fell from their fathers table That wornout broken shoe that she wears is the lineal descendant of the 12 gaiter in which her mother walked and that torn and failed calico had ancestry of magnificent brocade that swept Pennsylvania avenue and Broadway clean without any expense to the street commissioners Though you live in an elegant resi dence and fare sumptuously every day let your daughters feel it is a dis grace for them not to know how to work I denounce the idea prevalent in socitiy that though our yotmng women may embroider slippers mind crochet and make mats for mumps to stand on without disgrace the idea of doing anything for a livelihood is dishonora ble It is n shiiinc for a young woman belonging to a large famil to be inefficient when her father toils his life away for her support It is a shame for a daughter to DC idle while her mother toils at tie wnshtub It is as honorable to sweep house make beds or trim hats us it is to twist n watch chain So fm IK Ian iiiidoi tumid time line of respectability lies lid wren that wlcli is useful Dud that which is use J t less If women do that which is of no value their work is honorable If they do practical work it is dishonorable That our young women mars cape the censure of doing dishonora ble work I shall particularize You may Limit tidy for the back of an unit chair hilt by no meant inttke he money wherewith to buy the thialr You mny with It llcltliifc brush behtltify n mlin hllJrhnhlhtlhili die riitlilr t ii nit urn ttioiigh tti inly ft mariile Inantcl Voti may leiini artistic miisto liiitll ylltl fan squall Italian tint never siiig Orion tillc nr olel Hundredth Do hot Ii ing practical If yotl vvoilld ili the eyes of refined society preserve yoiir re spectability i wont these fiiieal iiti tions tell you a woman no more than n man has n right to occupy a place in this world unless she pays a remit for it In the course of a lifetime you con sume whole dnrvcsts and droves of cat Ie and every day you live and breath 40 dogsdeads of good pure air Yon must by uomc kind of usefulness pay for till tills Our race vzis time last thin trNllcllIhl birds nth lishen nn the fourth day the cattle unit liaiils on the fifth lay aiiii mail 6d the Sixth day If geologists are right time earth vfas lOOOOCU of years iu time possessioit of tde insects beasts ami birds before our race came upon it lii one sedse w were invaders The cattle time lizards and time dawks hail preemption rigid The question is tint what we are tdHo wild lizards and summer insects butt what the liards and summer insects mire to do with If we want a placa in this world we must earn it The partridge makes its own nest before it occupies it lime lark by Its morning song earns its breakfast before it eats it and tile Bible glues an intimation that the first duty of nn Idler In to starve wden it saysimjf he will hoi work neither shall de eats Idleness ruins the health afitl very soon nature says This Ulan has refused to pay his rent Out with dim Soiiety is to be reconstructed on time subject of wodi alls toil A vast majority of those who would have woman industrious stint her tip to a few kinds of work My judgment in this matter is that a om- an has a right to do anything she can do well There should be no depart ment of merchandise mechanism art or science barred against her If Miso Hosmcr has genius for sculpture give her a chisel If losa Bondcur has n fondness for delineating animals let her make The Howe Fair If Miss Mitchell Avill study astronomy let der mount tire starry ladders Ie Lydia will ie n merchant let her sell purple1 If Lucretid Molt will prencd time Gospc let her thrill with her womanly clo qitenee the Quaker meetinghouse It Is said if womdH is given such op portunities she wil Occupy ilaces that might be tiikcn by men I say if she have inore skill und adaplcdness for any position than a man has let her dave it She has As much right to der bread to her appnrel and to her home ns men have hut it is said that lies nature is so delicate that she is unfitted for exhausting toil I risk Jh time hatuo of all past history what toil on ehrth is more severe exhausting anti Ire mendous than that toil of the needle to which for ages site has been subjected The battering ram the sword the car bine time bat tlea have made no such havoc as the needle I would that these living sepulchcrs in which women have for ages been buried might bij opened and that some resurrection trumpet might bring up these living corpses to the fresh rir and sunlight Go with me and i will show ou a woman WHO oy iianiest toilliuPP her children her drunken husband Iicr old father and mother pays her house rent always has wholesome food ou her table and when site can get some neighbor on the Sabbath to come III and take care of her family appears in church with hat nnd cloak that are far from indicating the toil to which she Is subjected Such n woman as that hits body and soul enough to fit her for any position Sue could stand beside the majority of your salesmen and dis pose of more goods She could go into your wheelwright shops and beat out half of your workmen at making car riages We talk about women ns though we loud resigned to her nil Hu light work and ourselves dad shoul dered the heavier But the day of judg ment which will reveal time sufferings of time stake and inquisition will mar shal before tin throne of God and the hierareds of Heaven the martyrs of washtub mill needle Now I say if there be any preference in occupation let woman have It God knows her trials are time severest By her neuter sensitiveness to misfortune by her hour of anguish I demand that no one hedge up her pathway to a livelihood Oh the meanness the despicability of men who begrudge a woman tIme right to work anywhere in any honorable callingI still further amid say that wom an should have equal compensation with man By what principle of justice is it that women in many of our cities get only twotdirds as much pay as men and in mall cases onh half here is a gi untilInjuticetiat for work equally well if not better done woman receives fur less compensation than man Start with the national government Women clerks in Wash ington get 900 for doing that for which men receive 1SOO The wheel of oppression is rolling over the necks of thousands of women who arc at this moment in despair about what they are to do Many of the largest mercantile establishments of our cities are accessory to these nl oinina tions and front their large establishments there are scores of souls being pitched oft into death and their em ployers know it Is there n God Will there be a judgment I tell you if God rises up to redress womans wrongs ninny of our large establish ments will be swallowed up quicker than a South American earthquake ever took down a city God will catch these oppressors between the two millstones of His wrath and grind them to powder Years ago one Sabbath nigdt in the vestibule of our church after service a woman fell In convulsions Time doctor said she needed medicine not much as something to emit As she began to revive in her delirium she said gaspingly Eight cents Eight meats I wish I could get it done I am so tired I wish I could get some sleep hilt I must get it done Eight cents Eight cents We found aft erward tdat she was making gar ments for eight cents apiece and that sue could make limit three of them in a day Hear it Three times eight arc 24 Hear it men and women who have comfortable homes Some of the worst villains of our cities nIl the employers of these women They bent them down to time last penny and try to client them out of that The woman must deposit a dollar or two before site gets the garments to work on When the work is done it is sharp ly inspected liar most insignificant flaws picked ottl tin wages re fused mill sometimes Idr dollar de posited not given bieU The Womens Protective union reports a cube where I cf 7 a 1 6Vi aSr one of the poor souls finding a pUke where she could get more wages re solved to change employers and went to get her pay for work done The umploycr said I hear you are going to leave meZ Yes she said and I have come to get what you owe me He inudc no answer Sin said Are you tint going to pny me Yes lie smuiil1f will ayittid he kicked del4 downstairs Oil thl Women Protective union The Heaven lie on it for tint uiutremfiiluid Divine work it is do log iii the defense of tilling womnn liooil Wdht tragedies of suffering are presented iii thelti day by day A juiriignipil front their report i Cnn you make Mr Jones pay hie 1 lie owes inC for three weeks at 250 a week and I camut get anything and my child is very sick The speaker n young woman lately widowed hurst into a flood of tears an sue ppoke Site was bidden to come again the next afternoon and repeat her story to the attorney at his usual weekly hearing nf frauds nail imposi tlotiH Means were found by which Mr itoncM Was induced to pay the 750- Another1 jinrcgmpll from their report A fortnight hail passed when sue modestly hinted fi tlesire to know how much lick serVites were Worth Od my dear he replied yoil arc get ting to be one of tIme most valuable bands in the trade You will always get the very best price Ten dollars a week yotl will be alile Id earn very easily And the girls fingers flew on with her work at a niurvetotls rate lIme picture of ten dollars a week had almost turned her dead A few nights later while crossing the ferry she overheard the name of her employer In the conversation of girls who stood tienr What lohn Snipes Why he everylimitrails it fnr Weeks and then hell let you gil and get sonic other fool And thus itanc Smith gained her warning ngiiinst the swindler limit the union livId him In ttie foils of the law until de pa ill flue worth of each of those hays Of triaLi- Anolher paragraph Her hiortifiea tion may be imagined when toM that one of the two fivedollar bills which she hind just received for her work was counterfeit limit her mortification was swallowed up with indignation when her employer denied having paid her the mony and insultingly asked her to prove it When the Protective union had placed this matter in tin courts the j idge said You will pity Kteimor time mount of her claim 5S3 nhd also the oosts of the court How are these evils to be eradicated Some say Give woman the ballot What effect Kiich ballot might have on other questions I nm not lucre to his cuss but wdnt would be the effect of female suffrage on womens wages do not believe that woman will ever get justice by womans ballot Indeed wohieil oppress women ns much ns men do Do not women ns much as men bent rtorvu to the lowest figure the Woman who sews for them Ar not women tu sharp ns men on washier women nnd milliners and mantu makers If u woman asks one dolla for her work does not her female em ploycr ask her if she will not take g cents You say Only ten cents dif fercncc Emit that is sometimes tin difference between Heaven and hell Women often have less commiseration for women than men If a womar steps aside from time path of rectitude man may forgive woman never Woman will never get justice done hem from womans ballot Neither will situ get it from mans ballot How then God will rise up for her God has mon resources than we know of limit there is something for women tc do Let young people prepare to exec in spheres of work and they will bt able after awhile to get larger wages Unskilled and incompetent labor must take what is given skilled and com petent labor will eventually make its own standard Admitting hat the law of supply and demand regulates thes timings I contend that the demand for skilled labor is very great and the supply very small Start with the idea that work is honorable and that you can do some one timing better than anybody else Ilcsolve flint God helping you will take cire of yourself If you arc after awhile called into another relation yotl will be all the better qualified for it by your sf irit of self reliance or if you are called io stay as you are you can be happy and self supporting Poets arc fonoloC talking about man as an oak and woman the vine that climbs it but I have seen many a tree fall that not only went down itself but took nil the vines with it I can teli you of something stronger than nn oil for on ivy to climb on and that is the throne of the grrat Jehovah Single or affianced that woman is strong who leans on God mind does her best Many of you will go ninglchandcd through life and you will have to choose be tureen two characters Young woman I am sure you will turn your back upon time useless giggling irresponsible nonentity wdielis tIia ti hit ht a t lii ui 1 i r t i irm wtw iv is 3 J 4SCi s 2t I iaii Ii rt 5i trel 5 t a4 5 iLtssi f r54I1r Iaezs 4 c b 6I BOERS MAKE A STAND An AllDay Engagement in the Drie fontein Kopjes Was the Result Darin thc Mnht the Enemy Kc- tlrril but Sri Ilelnsr For actl ny the Ilrltlnh Troop DrltUh- Cncnnltlr So Far 1SO7T Driefontein Orange Tree State Mardi Jl 635 a m Itrondwooda cavalry brigade advancing on Illoem fonteiii tinexpectedly found time Hoers ill strong position in tIme Driefonteirt kopjes yesterday Gen KellyKennys division arriving se vere fighting ensued The Uoers re sisted stubbornly but were driven from their center position leaving a number of head ami 40 prisoners The Ilritish force is moving forward today During time lighting in which five regiments took part with artillery time lloers though forced from their center position clung tenaciously to the other kopjes shelling time British freely with three guns nnd two Viek ersMuxim The British cavalry be gan to tlirti time Ioer position hut night fell before time movement was completed The IloerS ictircd during the night A large number of Australians were engage in tIme battle Time list Au stralian liaise brigade with the Sects irays ndviiticril to within 800 yards of time ISoeri under heavy fire The New South Vnlrn mounted in fantry joined in the pursuit of time ISocrs northward The action began at 8 in the morn ing with an artillery duel Gen Frenchs cavalry and Gen 1orters brigade supported out guns Time liner artillery wits accurately han dleil and the Iiritixh cavalry found a task harder titan they hind expected The IJoers also maintained a stub born rear guard action along a run ning front of 12 miles on a very dif ficult ground len llrondwood with dogged per sevcninee moved altogether six miles southward trying to find a tueaiis to gttt round hut tIme Doers followed be hind rising ground and even attempt ed to outtlank him Meanwhile the sixth division of infantry advancing on the hoer left slowly forced time enemy to retire hind time infantry been able to move faster time lioers would have I teen enveloped The last shot was tired at 730 p m The pris otters belonged to 1resident Krugers own commando The Itritish reported casualties up to this date are as follows Killed 34 IS wounded 8747 died of disease 10 9 missing 3481 total 13677 Cape Town March LNews from Lady Grey Hersehel moat Aliwal North shown that the rebels are laying down their units in large numbers anti that time HocrH all along time bonier are in serious straits The rebels assert that tIme Beers are subsisting on bread and water and so called coffee mantle from rye Other rebels mire leaving to tight in the Free State ISritish rule hits been restored at Lady Grey where a big fight is re ported to have occurred many rebels being killed It is reported that thousands of rebels contemplate surrendering to Gen Brabant London March 12A correspond eat of time Daily Mail at Lorenzo Mar limes telegraphing Saturday says According to liner reports the fall of Matching is certain There has been heavy fighting this week and the IJoers have been shelling the town from all time outlying forts which they have captured Col ISadenPow cll cleared all time natives out of the town but time Boers drjive them hack The homes are preparing for a final assault with time idea that the capture of Mafeking will raise the drooping spirits of time burghers London March 12ihme Daily Mail his received the following dispatch from Pretoria dated Saturday March 10 touch censored by the hoer government President Kruger mind President Steyn have wired to Lord Salisbury peace proposals on condition that the Independence of time two repub lies be respected and the rebel colo nials amnestied Yesterday tIme foreign consuls were called into conference anti were requested to invite the intervention of time powers they represented in or tier to prevent further bloodshed London March 9The full extent of Lord Uobcrts success is not clear butt the best informed appear antis tied that it brings peace perceptibly nearer Experts anticipate that the burghers will make no further stand west of time Free State capital and some of them even deduce front time fact that the Boer forces are divided and have retreated in different di jnriiriTTi that demoralization has set nd that the Transvaal forces will be found carefully entrenched ositions north of the Vaal river e time buJc of time Free Staters abandon the contest and sue for e v ci to IVnllcntlnryMtule oods nsas City Mo March h2Imnple t uncut say trouble is about to re because of the action of the Isal control of time Kansas state tentiary making binding twine selling it at a reduction of l3 s per pound h knoii to Upturn to Aontrnlln ii Francisco March 1lIeterIson the world famous colored y weight is about to return to ijold home in Sydney Australia to remain Jackson is at pres in Victoria U C Thirty Mven Were Lost ndon March 12It is now isl that time British steamer Cui was run down in the Straits of s r on time morning of the 9th by earner whose identity is not in Thirty of time crew drowned three surviving Will Co to Chicago Itimore March 12Dr Llewellyn arkcr associate professor of pa gy of the Johns Hopkins Meili cliool has accepted the chair of j our and neurology at the Uni ty of Chicago loiiora for London OIQrlnl v ndou March 12Lord Salisbury informed the lord mayor of Lon A J Xcwton that the queen oses to confer a baronetcy upon C and to confer knighthood upon sheriffs of time city of Lonion iam Purdle Treloar and Alfred y Be van t raft Josejb W Gerlay Dead ston March 12Capt Joseph W ay U S A retired died here 63 yearn His body will be taken JJi Arlington cemetery Washingtou interiueut s St s SMALLPOX DISTRIBUTORS IIoTr the Germs Are Nurtured mod the Disease Is Spread It would seem that people vrill never learn to be careful Therecent alarmt Ing spread of that dire epidemics smallpox throughout different see tions of the country has been traced i by physicians and sanitarians in many Instances directly to the moldy and rotting layers of paper and paste which cover the walls of many houses The practice of laying layer after layer of paper on a wall using corn mon flour paste is especially calcu hated to create homes for disease germs People could not do more to 4 effect such a result if they tried The rotting vegetable matter affords caves from which are ready to dart forth the infection at every opportunity There is no excuse for this practice aa walls and ceilings can be coated with a pure cleanly and sanitary mar terial like Alabastinc for instance aU no greater expense Alabastine is a rockbase cement which incorporates iitself with the wall or ceiling It is easily applier comes ready to mix with cold water requires no washing or scraping before renewing or re t tinting is besrptiful longlasting audi safe For walls thatf Jiave been infected nothing is equal to Alabastine as a disinfectant to render them pure and clean and the rooms otX more hab itable s NOT THAT KIND OF A CAKE It Looked SnBBeitlre of si Wi Wlna Bat Wa s Intended for a Dif ferent Parpoie An East end car was loaded down witiw hoppers mostly women for it teas in the niddhe of the afternoon Conversation was proceeding at a great rate Jt was like a Jpink tea or a session of time sewing circle e But all at once a hush fell over the fairchat terers A negro lad entered tearing in his arms an immense cake three or foor decks high and frosted over from pit to dome as t of a theater There was a profsuen tjfo- fflowers by way of decoration and dehicatum traceries of gauzy Lace completed the es bellijhmcnta cake was so large that t kV the negro could scarcely carry it 7 The colic told the whole story of the wed ding time bridesmaids the orange flowers them flower girls and the banquet afterward Erer feminine heart in street car was aflutter at its owner t uzed fpeechlcsslyr upon the evidence of a tredJwK to be t Finally when the car to 1 ed to let oa another passenger anti ereryiktgwas very fstill one lady took courage to Mt negro 2 where the weddinjr was to Vhut weddin askedtbe negrdiuseyes protruding The wedding that cake is for 913 aint no weddin cake XorNom Dis yenta er cake walk cake There was a unite that reached from one end of tIme car to the other and won conversation was resumed a beforevXi = phis Scimitar flOO neirnra flOO 7 The readers of this paper will be pieased to learn that there is at least one r disease that science has been able to cure in g all its stages and that is Catarrh hlailr Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity CtarrkVbeing a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarra p Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundatiom g of the disease and giving the strength by building up the nstitutonaitd nature in doing its work The 1 proprietors have so much faith in it live powers that they offer One Havsred Dollars for any case that it fails to ijrc Send for list ot testimonials Address F J Cheney it Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 73c Hails Family Iills are time best Wide Open 4 Miss Skreecher I noticed that JDe Brown who sat next to you was quite sx tMissinging dear He turned to me when you bad finished and said I never miss aa opportunity to study the tonsils its my specialty you Troy Times kYou Can Oct Alleni FeatRace FREE Write tndav to Allen S Olmstcd Leroy N Y bra FREE sample of Aliens Foot Ease a powder to shake into your shoes It cures chilblains sweating swollen aching feet It makes New or tight shoes easy A certain euro for oras and Bus ions All druggists and shocstorcs sell it 25c It is hard for a crooked man to tell straight story Chicago Dispatch rI Spring j S MedicineTheres no season when good medicine is so much needed as in Spring and theres no medicine which does so much good in Spring as Hoods Sarsaparilla 4 S In fact Spring Medicine is an 4 other name for Hoods Sarsapa f 0 nut Do not delay taking it e A Dont put it off till your health Z tStone gets too low to be lifted Hoods Sarsaparilla jWill give you a good appetite 5 purify anti enrich your blood overcome that tired femhing give- S you mental and digestive strength and steady nerves Be sure to 4 ask for HOODS and be sure that you pet Hoods the best medicine A money can buy Get a bottle 4 TODAY All druggists PrlceSl A ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine i Carters Little Liver Pills Must lear Signature of zt See FecSimile Wrapper Below y7 al1 s4 as eaa ttakea3sgarVCARTEFSflTLE IVER PILLS FOI HEADACHE FIR DIZZINESS FOR BIUOHSRESS FOR TORII UYLI FOR CONSTIPATION FRALLOWSKJLEFOR THE COMPLEXION t dmvisu vSCURE SICK HEADACHES i- 5DLBUI1s COUCH SYRUP Cures Croup and WhOopingCough LTnexcellcd for onsumptivea Oive quicle suic n1u lccuse uLflut aurawirnreResmicp i I diV tf f t L 1 C H 1 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS i = j r ANTIEXTORTION BILLJIt Vixen the 31nlmtiiii of IrII1It iS1s flhtit 1iii2ct UIrlmlInation und r1Ik1rt1yEirch 9The house i jrassefl the McChonl railroad nntiox t 1iiSnu the state mi Irani com Iii1isott to fix the maximum of freight ralc i and to punish diCrilllinatiunllllll Pxtortion 1101111 party standpoint I passage was the iMrryinf out of ttIieprincipal plank in the platform tin Mvhtch the late Villinm Soebel waN nominated The republicans in a body jpjios Hl the hill mill up to the last it looked as if enough dtniocrats would bolt party lines to defeat the bill but on the linal vote only two Itrprr sentativcH Klair and 1lIIstronot od with hit republicans against it mill Henry niul Orr democrats dill not IyOft That the bill will IK approved Ity the democratic governor is con t ddIAN EXTRA SESSION orIj llnrly In 3Inv Frankfort Ky Marh ITlw tlcin toocrntic leaders in the Icjjislalurc R0 fiiig on the assumption that till courts decide in favor of Itcckhain nre 1willlarin for nn extra session of theIIslaturc early in May 41 5t is siiid letcnnincd that the fate of p iJtlicMcClionl bill which has just been ijiasscd la the house should decide whether or not an extra session should be called The passage of the bill the leaders say indicates that party incasurrs cnn be Kissetl antiI v therefore assures an extra session The Crenshaxv school book bill which passed the senate is expected Ii to goo over to the extra sesion the time being too short for it to pass the i house at the present session Mini Doc Scnro at MnrrlirnO f3Ky March J 1llOlIt 4t TtwoMveeks ago n strange ilrjj iasseil IhroiiRh lovrn and bit scenil dogs in4lat the time it was lljotiplit till jitranpt lag was mad out nothing more was thought of until recently T1 when live or six tf the home ilogs went ma l niul xtrrtetl out through t the town The nnrsbr1 killed nil the mad ones beforea mv damage lone wnI TIu Jory Arqallted thai 11Georgei5 lanlA y chopping his head oft with I thejfCllitI m po intimate with Doves wife mill 2 the juryvas out but a short time deliberating upon their verdict Doves acquittal is satisfactory to the p 4 public i Knew otulmr of tlir Mnnlrr meIas an eyewitness to the IIHbllshl s inatlon and who it was made sensational statements i Sill regard to the assassination which f would be brought out by the anti sayinever J nnllruadM vill Fight Frankfort Ky March 10It is un Vlerstocd that the railroads will fight the ilcChonl huh on the ground that rat did not 111 the semite according to the constitutional requirement be cause only 10 senators voted The ClUe will likely be taken through all tlie courts and the enforcement of the Ian may thus be postponed for several years Ills Name U IloUIn Louisville Ky March 10The first name of Wliittaker held without iJrtbonil en the charge of killing William CoehcJ has been determined It is not llarlan Harland or Holland as tiiasbeen published but it is Hollins lie was named after Martin llollins i Sa miller who died several years ago I Whittakers friends say lie is an ex et Pet shot The Iloo HOOK Jtcft 1 Lexington ly March nTheconcatenated order of I loo lions for iti1 this state met here and initiated ten t Mncmbcrs The order is made up of i lumbermen railroad men and news paper men and is about 300 strong jI j iceGernt Snark II It Pierce pre Kidcd There was a banquet given riIlythelocal members c 3 Presentiment of Death Morehend KyM March 1 Mss Pfaura Walsh aged K ui1 aT Uaiol1c in Morgancountn illness of 14fvo weeks P fre Mss Walsh was 7 ntLen citl while in perfect liralth she it moj to have a present iraent of death anti selected her burial dress and the place where she F uuntexl her body interred 1 4niTobacco Shipment Kj March nOwens bolo parties representing various Louisville tobacco companies have just shipped the last of 3000 pounds of tobacco purchased in this county 4 ci tJarrnnl county growers received 20 I 000 for this lot 3lnr Seek the Honor Lancaster Ky March 10lion I etchcr Oxvsley county attorney may seek the nomination for presidential r elector in this the Eighth district lie is a prominent democratic poll tician I Ilodjr Torn to Piece a Owcnsboro Ky March 11 Frank r Ilurkholder an employe at the cellu A lose works was caught in a belt and wound around a shaft and his body literally torn to pieces The remains 4hrsreie scraped together and carried to the undertakers in a bag He vras 15 years of age Another Election Echo Louisville March 10The grand i jury returned an indictment against JJ Thomas McCue charged with imper c I son tlng a registered voter named Al leant the last election Railroad Property Valuation i Louisville Ky March 9The re ff4 port of the state railroad commis sion giving the value of railroad 1 property in the cityof Louisville has d 2 1 leeii received The total is 2753119 11hz and the amount of taxes to be paid is r 3816935 t CoiJVlctCommltn Suicide 2dJ Frankfort Ky March tPJ Kra mer a Louisville convict serving a life sentence for the murder of his sweet I 3 heart Jn lSi3 suicided in his cell b rj r rutting las throat 3Ie vfps dead wlien ti iouml e4i At ta ro s 1 4 JACKCH1NNBRINGS SUIT He A lii DntiinKeti Krum n IrnnUfort V4iitinii Wln Said Tlmt lie Unit Mint lVihIiniii Cneltel Irankforl 1ytlurehi f t 1 lack Ihiiin the t nina ii itnd politician and who wus with Win Coebcl when the latter was assassinated filed suit for libel against Mrs Kate M Hanta wife of II merchant of this city The tint paragraph charges that de fendant in the presence of Various people declared that she savr thinn shoot Coebcl from behind nail that by thus libclous declaration he has ben damaged in the sum of 2IOX plaintirkite M Hanta nt innnerms iii her times and jiliices in the VitV of Frank fort spoke and j1l1hlishliIthese fol lmlnjy false slanderous mill malicious vords of and concerning the plaintiff 111ack Chiiui shot and killed Will lam Ooebel that said words were spoken falsely and maliciously and for till avowed purpose ofehanrgiiig thio- plaintiff with having fired the shot that caused William Coebelit death Whenfore plaintiff says he is lain aged in the sum of 10000 fur which he isis a judgment and for all proper relief The petition is signed by exChief Instice W S Pryor mill Tames An threw Scott as attorneys Frankfort Ky March 9Cul T C Campbell left for New York whore hit goes to file a libel suit for Col Yurlianti Mrs Kate M Hanta of this city charging that luau killed Coebel Chinn has sueil Mi Uanta for 25000 libel Shot lib Sinter Aliened Betrnyer FuSton Ky March IEc Snyder shut Jim Vowell through the breast at Haulers camp grounds Sunday about noon Yowell will tile The tflhisI of the trouble was the alleged betrayal of Rose Snyder a sister of 1M Snyder by Yowell Snyder mill Yowell met in front of a church and services were going on within the building when the shooting began Several shots struck the building mill a stampede took place Snyder es caped All the parties are prominent CommnlllltrIsucceed ten Stanley Milward of this city as commander of the Kentucky brigade uniform rank of Knights of Pythias Col las K MeCrackcn ot Dayton Ky was the contending can didate before the commissioned of threes of the five regiments of the state who constituted the election board u Aeennrd tif Vnndnllnm Frankfort KyMarch lOIhie local officers have determined to prosecute Lien Pierce of Lexington who is charged with desecrating the state house by tripping the crape placed there in memory of Senator loebel A full list 01 witnessc has been ob tained mill a warrant is to bo issued charging Iicrcc with a high miJc meanor Election Commlnlonerii Indlcleil- Nicholasvillc Kytarchi 9Attorney John II Welch Jailer IJ M Hun ter and L Scott county commis sioners under the Goebel election law in tIme November election have been indicted by the federal court The went to Lexington Thursday mornillg- to give bond for their appearance nt the October term of the federal court u Stopped Snplmti Sate Louisville Ky March 11 Tho names of a number of persons who have been selling Sapho through boys on the streets have been sub mitted to the grand jury by Chief of Police llaager who stopped the sale of the books nap IllUen fly n Itnhld nOR Uichmoud K v Mardi 12A rabid dog bit Carl Stoll time little son of J H Stoll four times and a Negro boy was also attacked before time animal was killed by time police The victims were taken to time llurgin inadstonc at Clay Ferry Will Help the Miner Frankfort Ky March 12 Ajnong the important measures that became laws last week was the senate bill re quiring that all mining companies pay their employes in cash every two weeks County 3Iut PHJ Louisville Ky March J2ln the riM f tb Mnrr Jlubbert against 1 Conn T Ins tended that the ctii u It4iiifof 29639iuht costs of 250 Loulavllle Population Tx ulsville Ky March 12The city directory just issued shows a popu lation of 232200 nn increase over last year of 5522 KlocUholiler Consented Owingsville Ky March nTho State Creek Iron Co which has been in operation here for several years has gone into liquidation lyvolumn tary consent of the stockholders The corporation is settling its affairs Its loss is a serious blow to time county Epidemic of 3leasles Washington Ky March nThis little village is in the throes of an rp idemie of measles Out of n popula tion of 192 there are 88 down with the disease and the physicians are working night nUll day Farmer Commits Suicide Eminence Ky March 11 Joseph Harris living on the farm of Dr Glasscock near Smithfield commit ted suicide by shooting himself through the head lie told his wife he was going to kill n dog nUll later his wife found him lead in the yard Xo cause given for the act Hairline Green Failure Bokling Green Ky March 11C- C Cla pool proprietor of the ialace grocery has filed a petition in bbl ruptcy His liabilities are 1150110 anti his assets are 451857 llurkcvllle Won llusellvillc Ky March lJAt a meeting of the eduTational board o the Louisville conference of the Methodist Episcopal church south held here it was decided to locate tho new training school at Burksville Burksville offered to contribute 11 000 to the school and this carried thu day Crushed By a Sairlor- i Pineville Ky March lJFrank Wilson was killed on Greasy creek this county bya sawlog passing over 1him He wits a prominent farmer fe 01 rIK LOOKS LIKE CIVILVIAR Democratic Gov Beckham Now Has a Military Force of His Own ecrriiiry r Slnle Putter mid Po- lirriunn UnvU In In lit lcxlnu tii4ZiI tinker nml CiiUi- iiiItnMil to loiilvllle midgeh1tllmorning liamu d doun an opinion that lie liis no jiirisilicliotl in tin cases brought lo determine tin gov ernorship controversy lit Imlds that he lOllsllt lit jill vests iu the legis Lit tire the power In divide Inntcstu for this ollic- tFrankfort Ks Marrh 10V II Coulton a drkill the ulliof State Auditor Sweeney was arrested and placed in jail charged with compile ly in till murder of the late William iiiebel The arrest was made by Chief of Police Williams Warrants luive also been Issued for the arrest oC Secretary of Simile Caleb Powers and Ciipt John Davis po liceman of the state capitol square Frankfort Ky March l2llme sheriff who held the warrants for the arrest of Secretary of State Caleb Powers and state House Policeman John Davis charged with complicity in till assassination of William Uoe bcl was denied admission to the cap itol building where the much were all day Saturday In tIme evening the two men OruKMil in till uniforms of soldier accompanied by about 20 soldiers succeeded in getting on hoard a train but wIn arrested upon tlicir arrival at Lexington where they lire now in jail The first move on the part of IScek hams followers toward the forma tion of a state guard under his ad ministration hums been made City thrk lttii 11IIshall circlllah1 u 11111 mill enlisted the requisite number of men who are to compose a company guns for which have been provided by fitietis hen most of them being either needle guns or Winchesters A report gained currency that Taylor had given his soldiers orders to arrest IScckham and other olllccrs of the democratic state government On account of this report the men en listed by Cap Marshall were assem bled at the city hall armed and sworn in as special police for the pur pose of protecting the democratic of ficers who mire quartered at the Capitol hotel A large number ofciti zens also volunteered and were as signed to various posts in the icin ity of the hotel to offer a resistance in case the talkedof arrests were at temptedTaylors soldiers who are on guard at the state IIOIIKC were reinforced by the arrival of the Itarbourvillf thlmlianyof 71 men all of whom are fully armed mill equipped reiklinm appointed Col David IL Murray of Cloverport assistant ad jutant general with tIme rank of colonel and he was worn in Harland Wliittaker and W H Cui ton who are confined in jail here charged with complicity in the assas sination were removed from the jail at an early hour Sunday morning and taken in a hack to Slielbyville where they were placed on a train mill sent to Louisville under heavy guard Taylor lms issueil a lengthy state ment addressed to the people of Ken mucky reviewing the conditions lead hug up to the serious conditions mill dangers now confronting them and severely condemning the course taken by the Kentucky courts which he characterizes as courts of conviction instead of trial lie also explains why he granted pardons to Secretary of State Powers W II Cult 011 Chas Finley and Capt Davis Lexington Ky Mardi U1lme threatened riot over tIme arrest hereof Secretary of State Powers and ho- iceimma ii Davis did not take place The time was ripe under misleading re ports that mountain men wIre preparing to rescue the prisoners from the jail for desperate resistance on the part of the local ofllcera who arc mostly ioebel men and had an attempt been mantle to take the prison ers the result is unpleasant to con template Time adopting of a disguise by Davis and Powers in order to get out of Frankfort puts an ugly phase on the matter for the prisoners although they explain that they did so merely to get away from Goebel influences which they allege would work to their detriment in securing a fair trial Moth tacitly admit Unit in this they made a mistake for both strong ly urge their innocence of any con nection with the murder of Goebel and insist that they have no feat whatever as to the outcome Judge George Denny a prominent repub lican attorney will represent them in whatever legal steps are taken e received orders 1 d t 4 p jXi ii t I Ij tt t cT I i4 J f r C t p F iI ui 0 j f v i 1 = I 111 p t iJ t ii1 V v6 Ii c4 l t J i r ft tlfuliS tt u9iP0 t a tII bd j 7 if lt1t 1 0 C4 1tlol il ttTo i I tt t of l 1 + r I rrt I sf i t jf r to ir YJif iI o o c d t e I S r iI oji i4 J it ifJfJf tri t i i tr i1 K li c r IO i FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS first SeSsion Washington JIircli 5SemiteMr Car cr dealt vigorously with the nay hlse In the sinatt III tllb courso of in rxpluimntlim us In why ho will vote for the fonnor reiuunr from IVrmsylva ata notwithstanding he voted iiRilnst the ealliiR iff Mr Corbet In the last con- urcss Tho near approach to tho Unto A voting tin tilt conferenco report on the ilimncinl liill brought omit tho oeches on that measure one liy ilr lalrl ink of Inilhinn nml the other by Mr flutter of North Carolina iisIto lila Culled Slates nboiit 6010 acres of land KfiinUtl the state at time limo of nd mission for university imriioses and se loct other lands In lieu thereof to Issue i patrnt to a Iruct of Lund at Kl Reno tlkla for cPnieliTv eBj to extern the time fur completing the lirMses across tlie laM riVer IwtWFtn lionB Island all lNew York to prevent forest tires to ratify a treat with tlm inmanehe Kiowa mid Apache Indians and open t lands for Felllcment to adjust the rIghts of citizen Eel ters nn the Navajo res ervation to authorize white persons who have Intermarried Wih Cherokee Imllant to briim suits In time court of claims asliliiKtou March SenateA reso ion was iidopted dlrrrtlni time secre aryit the interior to place under bond tin Mammoth Tre crove and tho South Park grave of big trees In Cal averas anil Ttinliiinnc counties Califor nia the Mea belntc that tint Kovernment aoiulr tho proven The conference re rt on till llnaiiclnl lull was tiKreed to by a vote of to ffl time report tliiin havIng a majority 01 Karly III tilt session ills eusslou of the Quay case Was resumed Mr Simon rvptyiiur to tho speech madu tiy Mrv Carter of Montana Iiisttii entire day was spent In consiileriiiB Aldrlrhltnhblna contest ed election case from the Fourth Alabama district Mr Roblilns time sitting menu tier mnito n of an hour III his own lichnir Time other speakers were Mr llurkrtt III behalf of time contest and Messrs Glenn and DeArnlond for the contestee Washington Mardi 7ScnateMr Sal livan offered a resolution that tin Philip pine Islands are the rightful property honorably acquired of the United States and that while tile misguided Filipinos continue the present war brought on by them against time rightful authority of the United States so long as a single gun In their hands Is trained upon our linK no expression or Intention as to the future course of time Inlted Slates with respect to them should be made by the senate Mr Sullivan aaked that tho resolution lie on the table until ho should call It up Mr Lodge then addressed the senate on the Philippine quest Ion In whieh he want ed the president Invested with the power to govern tile Islands until congress takes actionhouseThe house was In session but 55 minutes adjourning oUt of respect to the memory of the late Representative Harmer of Pennsylvania the father of the house The usual committee wits appointed to attend time funeral Time vote on the Aldrlchltnbblntt contested election ease which was to have been taken was postponed Washington March SScnatcThcchair announced the appointment of Sen ator Ilanna of Ohio and Tlllman of South Carolina as niemlters of tile hoard of vis lion to the naval academy A b giv big American register to the stcjmer Windward presented by a Hrltlsh citizen to UolKrt H Peary V S N the Arctic exnlnrer was passed Formal dis cussion of the Porto Rican tariff and civil government bill then began and contin ued uninterruptedly fur four hours and a session IK pages of the Alaskan Code Itlll were read and without concluding this formal but neces sary work the senate at adjourned House Tho house unseated Gaston A Kobbius a democrat from the Fourth Alabama district mind seated In his stead Wm F Aldrlch a republican wno has been three times a contestant from the same district nn time ground of fraud and who Is now given his seat for the othlrel time by a republican house The vote was a strct one The contested decis ion rasp of Wise vs Young from the Sec UIIrask i vote on It at two oclock on Monday Washington March 9 Senate Discus sion of Mr Masons resolution express Ing sympathy for time Boers was conduct ed In the senate behind closed doors Mr Davis chairman of the foreign relations committee demanding that the doors be closed The feature of tim session was a speech by Mr Lindsay Ky tin the Porto Hiian tariff and government measure lie opposed the tariff provision of the bill and some parts of time proposi tion for tho Porto government louseThe first day Pension session of the house provided for under the now rule proved a great success There was comparatively little indian nail bills were favorably acted upon In committee of the whole and subsequently passed by the house Washington March 10 Senate The dip lunatic appropriation bill was passed with a few minor amendments One of these was tilt striking out the provisions for ixiisionlng exQueen In iii of lit waii it year was iiiulnlulntnl that It would establish a dangerous prece dentllotiseThe house agreed to take up the lull providing a government for Hawaii on April 3 tho final vote to be taken April 5 at II m Consideration of the iscYoung election contest was resumed occupied the remainder of the yes sion It Wns Xot the Plague San Francisco March 10 Federal Quarantine Oflieer Kinyoim reported to the board of health that tIme pigs rats anti other aniinals inoculated with germs taken from the glands of the Chinaman who died time other day of what was at tirst supposed to be bubonic plague showed no signs of having the black fever mill therefore the board recommends that the quar antine placed on Chinatown asa pre cautionary measure against the spread of the disease be removed ClinrKnl With Theft Washington March 10Chief Wil Lie of the treasury secret service was notilied of the arrest in Philadel phia of Kdxvard Crimmell former ly a civilian clerk in the oflice of the disbursing otlicer for the medical de partment under Mij n II Hall in- 8un Francisco The charge against him is that of theft of United States property and he was held by a Unit ed States commissioner for a further hearing on March 1C Arclililnlitip hieniessys SiirrrMftor Sioux City la March 12Xsfrom what is considered n reliable source reached Sioux City that Arch bishop John Kerne is to be made Archbishop Ilenncssys successor It is said the archbishops of the coun try mill archdiocese have unanimous T agreed to send his name to Home is further stated that there are to two new Catholie sets in Iowa th Sioux City and Dos Moines as cities h t Joseph I Ityau limit Cow York March 10 Joseph 1 an secretary of tIme Irish National leration of America died at his ue in this city lie was the origi lor of the famous Hoffman house i1 Ii parliamentary fund which was means of raising thousands of liars for the Irish causej fheu Jlluerx Killed omes France March 10Six i n miners have been killed by an I losion in a coal pit at llesseges galleries of the mine collapsed t ying the bodies of the victims i7Chnlell time JnlliMVH CalJay sentence J Four Courts jail committed sui f about midnight by taking poison uway shot mill killed his wife in a department store eight months i lie wits to be hanged Monday I ShliipliiK Hill Favored few York March Ita meeting he committee on merchant marine lthe National Association of Mtiiiu 1uirers a report was adopted favor the Frye1ayne shipping bill now ding in congress Dashed 1H Ilralim Out clena Mont March IFuller E Va 16 years old committed sul in the city jail by dashing Ms IS out upon time cement floor lit to have been arraigned for or but when summoned by an of jumped head foremost from tht r tier of cells He came to Mon from Kansas Pnrln Theater Burned is March 9Time famous The tFrnncais htitleeU destroyed bj The theater was built in J7S2 us much altered iu later cQrr1I H t ONE BEGGARS RECEIPTS Ten Hollar nn Hour the Inllinnlcd- Ilifonir ii f it lcKlri Inn on the Slrrrl Charily is not dead in New York Anyone with doubts on time subject would have been convinced hind lie seen n richly l1rw1 woman drop a quarter into bejjjfnrs box the other after noon and noted the timings which fol lowed on Twentythird street says tIme New York Sin The iggmr was in till middle of time lilnrk moving blowly toward Sixth avenue He moved on slumps onlj about right inehes long There was something plaintive in tIme short steps he took and in the way he rested rll n moment miller rach like n tragedian crossing the stage A seeond woman stopped and threw n dime into the wooden reeeptaele for coins A third instantly followed suit The beggar was laboriously pushing a little fonrwheeeled earl In it was a handorgan which he ground un ceasingly A shabbily dressed man paused to pay a cash tribute to time beggars mis ery Sentimental strains poured from the hand organ The time was very slow There was nothing gay about that music It almost drew tears from the eyes of the pedestrians It also drew their dimes Throe prosperous looking women opened their purses and dropped silver into the lox TIme organ was pushed along at tile rate of 21 feet a minute and the con tributions fell at the rate of one every four yards The man with till rubber snakes the man with the toy balloons the man with pictures of the Dewey arch the banana man and the vender of lint chestnuts looked on with bulg lug eyes My what a graft they mar mured The organ man looked very weary amid rolled his head from side to side as if life were indeed a burden Anti the rain of money continued The thirty eighth contributor within IS minutes was a Welldressed youth Above time organ was a banner upon which was inscribed Ladies and gentlemen hay ing lost both my legs and being un aIde to obtain employment have taken this means to gain support for myself and my family and to raise money to buy a pair of artificial feet This appeal fairly magnetized the dimes A cabman standing by time curb ran forward and dropped some tIming in the box Poor chap he said its a hard tIming to be like that My friend said a bystander that man will male more money in half an hour than you will in a whole day The beggar and his organ had reached Sixth avenue He hind gone ISO yards from the point at which he was first observed It hull taken him 23 minutes During that time no fewer titan 39 people hind dropped money into his box Most of time contributors were handsomely dressed women Doubtless some of them contributed quarters It is likely that the eon tributions averaged ten cents each and if that was the case the beggar cleared up 390 while going half a block but in case some of the women put in only pennies it might be well to call it five dollars for 25 minutes or say ten dollars an hour That one box you see said n spe cial oflieer is only one of his boxes He hits three like it one under tIle oneInut the beggar was out of sight He had gone to conquer another world west of Sixth avenue FALLING AWAY There Varn Strong Evidence That P Graven Had Left the Straight alit Narrow 1nlli I am afraid Ihineas Graves is kind er falling away said Mrs Lucy Ann Vine who had run in by tile back way to chat with Mrs Tudge Tubman re bites Iuck The person referred to was the model youth of the village n longnecked desiccated young man with a promi nent Adams apple anti the general an pea ranee of havinghrcnbntiidilTcrcnt ly stuffed with sawdust wit a took the world as if it was a dose of necessary medicine and habitually walked in time narrow path of probity without in time slightest degree slopping over Iwant to know ejaculated Mrs Tubman eagerly why I always con sidered Pliincns a criterion in every respect lie never tipples nor plays any of the card games nor flirts nor goes to the theaters lUll he is regular as clockwork in his attendance at prayer meet in and the eunuch festi vals I dont believe he has miisrd an entertainment that was given for the benefit of the church since he was a little boy except when he was sick or lund some good excuse of that kind Thats just the point lie cant have attended more than 50 or festival donation parties cantatas and soon anti yet he told Clinches Henry Tuttle who told his sister who told Mrs KricU crsham who told Abby llilderbaek who told her hired girl who told time clam peddler who told me over time back fence not ten minutes ago that he didnt believe hed go to the select readin at the parsonage tomorrow night bcnz he was gcttin kinder tired of such things Xo doubt about it hes fallin away and I only hope that it wont git no worse JIAHKI3T HErOIlT Cincinnati March 10 LIVE STOCKCattle comn 3 60 fJ 40 Select butchers 4 50 U 90 CTAUVKSExtra 725 7 50 HOGSSelect packers 4 35 W 4 9i12 Mixed packers 4 S5 4 S5 ht shippers si 4 SHEKICholce 5 83 6i 6 00 LAMltSExtra 7 15 647015 LOUHSnrlng patent 3 N t 3 UUA1N Wheat No 2 red tP 74 Corn No 2 mixed W 3SH OatsNo 2 mixed f 26 veNo 2 62 HAY Choice timothy til3 75 PROVISIONSMess Pork 1100 011 60 Lard 1577i BUTTKRCholce dairy 16tV 18 Choice creamery 21APPLESChoIce to lallC1 73 t 4 POTATOESPer brl 1 63 w 11 CHICAGO FLOURWlnter patent 3 40 Q 3 60 GRAIN Wheat No 2 red 68 No3 Chicago spring 63 4 61 Corn No 2 W 25U Oats No 2 23yiil 23 Rye No 2 0 KVi PORK Mess 9 K W10SO LAR Steum 5 73 NEW YORK FLOURWlnter 3 ORA1NVheato 2 red W 7SH CornNo 2 5 43 OatsNo 2 mixed Si 2- 8Ityc t 6- 3PORKMess 10 00 510 60 LARD Steam SI 5 BALTIMORE- FLOURFamily 3 J 3 60 GRAINWheatNo 2 red 683481 6s4 733kCornNo 8RCATTiEFlrst quality 4 90 0 5 12y HOGS Western 5 60 Q 5 60 INDIANAPOLIS 6314CornNoOatsNo 2 mixed 25 LOUISVILLE FLOURWinter patent S 45 0 S B- GHAlNWhcatNo 2 red 71 72 CornMixed 0 36 2634IJAnD Heal niMnti it DON iwuour Nation Wealth Gob and silver into arclollrlllabnmbnlhtiic lOll of time rllth and strength is rather in iron the most use ful of all metals just as the wealth of a hu man being lies in a useful stomach If von have orerworkcd yours until it it tIoahledt- T3 Hostellers Stomach Hitters It will re hove Use clo ned bowel the dyspepsiabiltouumieti tie Dealt In ills Dream May you take this trtfon home with you tonight dear friends concluded the preacher at the end of a very long and wean sonic sermon And may its spiritual truths sink into your hearts and lives to time end that qur souls may experience alva lion Ve now bow our heads in prayer Deacon White will you lead responseDeacon time in a louder voice Deacon While will you lead Still no response It was evident that the good deacon was slumbering The preacher made a third appeal and raised his voice to a pitch that succeeded in waking time drowsy man Deacon White will you please lead openedthemIs it my cuH XoJ just dlaltDel- roit Free Ire- sARTIFICIALSUNLIGHT The Last Addition by Science to Popular Use BRILLIANCY AND SAFETY A Itcrclatloii in Economical Illumina tiou fur Homes Hotels and All Classes of liiiiltlings Acetylene time new artificial light three ears ago known only to Scientists is to lay coming to rapidly into popular use that it promises to replace all time older means of lighting The new light has been christened Artificial Sunlight as by its rays colors can be distinguished as by day and in soft ness and all qualities of light the resemblance is most marked The great economy and convenience in producing the beauty excellence 01 the liltltibclf explain in a measure its inaivclous growth in popularity Carbide time material from which each individual user produces his own Acct ylene is a solid substance hard as granite is ordinarily crushed like broken stone to pieces about the size of eggs This mate rial in compact clean convenient and even safer to handle than coal Its marvelous Ilinity for water makes it of value and the moment it conic in contact with water the generation of Acetylene begins Carbide as it is generally called ii usually packed in air and water tight drums holding one hun dred pounds of this material each Ell ugh Acetylene gas can made to light nmereythrowingthumb into a lumblerof water In that ease gauisbroughtlogellllrn lightingMost machines are con structed and they do this automatically If the light from one burner is needed then the machine I causes just enough gas to be made to supply one burner If ten burners arc lighted then the fame machine deliver enough gas to eun ply ten burners The very I I Irinciplebaand inventive genius of hundreds of tctentists and I tame in stances unrehiafjie and an safe Acetylene generators x have been produced Tho good and reliable machine are many however and mot of such are constructed under the direction of com- petent1 I mechanical engineers- and sold by responsible concerns Imagine receiving ones supply of anti ficial ligbtlas one pound at a a little drum from time freight station Wlicn one realizes that each package will make at much light as 15000 cnn dIes for one hour more than the ordinary size family will use in three months and such a package will cost about J100 per haps the explanation ft time increasing popularity is found The cost of Carbide lias bEn steadil reduced DotwilbstlDdill tIme early Impressions- of time great expense m manufacture SuMi large quantities are now beins consumed and such reductions in price have actually brcn made that users can expect that lighting with Acetylene will be as in as it has proved to be desirable in beautyAcetylene problem wherever city gas end is not available by the simple process of the Acety ydweHingic can lie manipulated by any person of or ftlctic81simfllcowner or occupant of a building every mer chant or manufacturer and every individ ual interested in the artificial light problem ii7aff7Can was timebookOf course Ican was the reply He timeDidanddarngivimi me a of uraime Next man who svhathomeTo California quickly and Comfort nblr Via Chicago Union Pacific and North Western Line The Overland Limited 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knowing by the description illustration and price the expectThis is becoming more and more each for it not Ionly saves and railroadourneys but is a great time saver It leaves out- tlueprofitof the jobbing house the retailerthe expen sive corn m ercial travelerjhe general agent the bagent anti thus- a liminatcs from one to four profitssavI mount for time cons- umner In short it a great wholesale storebrought to the home Tbe mammoth cata logue referred to is a 20th century dictionary ofceonomy Time illustration above shows the recent building added to this great enterprise The success of this Company teems in credible considering time fact that they have advertised little Their spirit of far new and industry is the secret of thus won derful suecss The quantity of goods they require in tonic lines them to handle train loads of merchandise secured at time lowest possible cost and freight rate goods in the rough are coming from the mills and factories in the East the lake Mcamers arc presKd 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1O1Hje a lckSt Atot BT I9V1 4 I W y 4 Goyr I 11 I == CWING8VILLE OUTLOOK tOUTIOOIrPUBLISHING CO CnVINGSVILLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT For Appellate Judge To the Republicans of the Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky I am a candidate for of Iothedistrict subject to your action Election November 1900 Keep En C OUEAK THURSDAY MARCH 15 1000ti tadayof the 100000 reward bill last week seems to have boon the signal for action on tho part of tho lead IFers of the Goebel faction in connec tion with the assassination War rants were sworn out for tho ar stx fW1LCouhonCn1ebPoiiscr Finliy elSecret r of State John ii 1rr School Superintendent of Knox comity and John Davinlicirann on the charge of compile 113 in the assassination of GhcrsCoulton was arrested The I in order to avoid imprisonment J trial in a community under dotni p nation of their reckless political icniie tiled to elude tho olllcers srnt to arrest thorn Caleb Powers heInt LoxingtonPonors being knocked in the head by rome one while in tho custody of the olfirere They were litter tukon to Louisville as land been the others arrested on the Mma charge Iinley and John Powers had avoided arrest up till Tuesday The Gocbelites have organized nnd armed a body of men4 Gont TRIM hs some 200 Frankfort Threats and are current of arrests by both sides in case either pide attempts it a fight 8 expected It is rumored 3 Cthat the Goebcl side intends to try to arrest all the Republican State I officials on the charge of compile ity ii ALWATS Toting with a party in jJ order to reform it is as hopeless a policy as that of a woman who k JWin marries iaIf there is lumoiedy in the courts for tho theft of oflico it Question of what must bo dons tounake the e will of the majority supreme is up to the people f IP the mountaineers dont resent I at the polls the way they have been Iuistrented they havent as much p pride and spunk as they have been credited with ltpi GREAT HUITAIN was too busy civ ilizing the Boers last week to civ j ilize the mob of students in Edin tP1f F burph who broke up a stopthe 9 meeting with o free fight on noiU be interesting to nc what effect the great cotton boc will have on politics in the South It may bo presumed that it iIInot strengthen the sentiment for Bryan r anyhowto ECGEXE DEBS refused the Prcst lidcb by tho amalgamated Social Demo I rrattc and Social Labor parties at Indianapolis last week but he was Jtomiuated in spite of himself l cantItread their titles any clearer to vI mansions in the skies than they 4 can to the offices at Frankfort they 0 4 if j ed much praying for with the hrree that saltpetre will not t save tbern TOE newels that a cannibal 41i tribe in the Philippine killed a adb t partially ate an Amerlcsn soldl erFZ To expand the stomach of a Phil ipplne savage is one aspect of ex 3s pansioniem that will not meet the approbation of the U S troops there a4 TOT the least of the evil conse quences of the threatened seating of Beckham Is that be will call the l Legislature in extra session Ken vt tucky is truly making the fire test but the button of pure gold vnh I shine brightly pt the bottom of the mass of drosp l1ii THE Sugar Trust and the Ar 4 t bucklee are fighting each other I wickedly and are cutting prices down to or below cost It might be a good time to lay in a stock of sugar to last a while When prices h get below cost tho expenses of the 2 warfare are too great for the war to lastz TuE State Republican conven a tion of Texas sends a bifurcated i delegation to the national conven tion at Philadelphia It happened from one faction claiming to be outcounted and counted out in the r election of a temporary chairman The lutlons of the two factions z do not differ materially GBEAT BBITAIM honored captive Gen Cronje and staff by send fag them to St Helena Napoleons astpthat with the United States treat ment of Cervera and his officers zwhowere given elegant quarters at IntlII i permitted freedom of movement all i over the country on parole THE McChord Railroad bill 1v pasted the alleged Legislature and t was signed by Pretender Beckham If it ever really becomes a law it puts in the hands of the State Rail road Commission the power on complaint by any one of extortion in freight charges to fix the ratesI that railroads shell charge for cerI tain service In the hands of w iced A and jut railroad commissioners it Lmight work beneficially but ad ministered by partisan politicians It it powerful for levying black tt Bail on the railroad companies Z1 i a c1 N a EXPRESIDENT HAKKISOX is eve n smarter than has generally been thought Ho almost indignantly denies that he hats nny designs of again entering politics lie has al ready got all the honors that the Presidency likely could bring him and he is making big fortuno out of his Inw practice Ho can well afford to cnup his fingers ut the tender of any nomination or office Tnr nbsurdest done b the Go riebelitesyntzs election brd in deebiriti John Henry Wilson elected CircUIt Judge in tho 27th district because ho received ninetyfour votes past ed on the ballots though no elec roned If anything else than mischief nking prompted that it is not parent TIIE alleged Mrs Sallel tho al le negodFrankfurt is alleged to have dc nicd that she witnessed the shoot ing of Wm Goebel The alleged allegations against a certain prom incut politician are to thut extent at bo bereaicmablyit not to the corrcl se hintTHE Goebelite inclinationor per haps intention in regard to the Election law if an extra session Is culled is to mako the machine more efficacious by an amendment nbedis hing the use of devices at the ads of tickets in order to confuse the illiterate voter andmake lii Ruy perhaps vote against his party tick et Illiterate voters are necessarily H put of tho great common pco pie AN Ohio Republican in declining to make the race for Congress eaid I A Congressman is but little mme th isantrict But there are tho 5000 per rsth e perquisites and thpriceiess 01 p li ifkeshoulders The most Congressmen couldnt earn the salary in open competition in business if theirif e depended on it Being a Congress man is a snap in a moneymaking way whatever it may bo otherwise JUDGE EMMET FIELD of the Lou isville Circuit Court in the cases involving the title to the Governorship and Lieutenant Governorship of Kentucky decided in favor of the claimant Bockham on the ground that the courts had no power to question the authority of the acts of the General Assembly in contested election cases no matter what frauds have been committed So it seems that the law is powerless to right a wrong of that sort icGcording to Judgo Field Of course the cases will be taken to the Court of Appeals and ultimately to tho U S Supreme Court WASHINGTON and New York isott l taughingbuncoed Chauncey Depew out of his portion of the Senatorial pat ronage Platt wanted his man themrae Bontn te caucus was held to distribute he patronage Depew called attention to his name not being on the st Platt then coolly informed Depew that he had got his Bennetts appointment sharei95 adjourned before Depew got breath Depew is a mighty old man to be just initiated in the wickedness of politics THE spirit of expansionism will not down It manifested itself at Spanishtiago last week according to a dis patch A lot of Cubans by dynamiting the wreck found tho safe golieynd Id left On returning they found anaenterprising lot of Americans on a Government transport there wit hahe direr down A racket ensued 1 Cubans claim the Americans got the safe Both parties returned and the Cubans got an order from the court directing the police to 1Americanspolice away claiming the chil- courts had no jurisdiction over a Government ship The safe could not be found later one ofIthe Americans said it had been thrown overboard from their ship but wouldnt eay whether or not the contents had been removed Thats a sample of the civilization the Cubans are to be taught CORRESPONDENCEMill fdencoA Henry to Henry Reiffet of Men ifee county Jno W Smith sold his farm on Mud Lick last week to Granville Medley and also hie farm on Mill Creek where ho now lives to Isaac McLain He is going to move but does not know yet where he is going He says he hates to leave his many friends This will be the first move he has ever made Naylors Branch We are having some fine spring weather Aunt Kitty Coyle whp has been very poorly is some betterlElder Paxton will preach at Slate Valley Wednesday night March 14 N B Reynolds baa moved to Mason county and Mr Hartley has moved to the house vacated by Mr Reynolds Elder B F Parker filled his clos I atlSlateay and Sunday nightcCharley Warren has finished his dwelling house at Slato Valley md will move to it soon He will also build a storehouse in thp near future po r n = LShorburnc Dr C P Browning arid wife have removed from Carlisle to this place John L Vice and wife of near Wyoming visited relatives here Sunday Dr Vice suM to Dr McClure of Sprout a mure for 90 The fur mer also of C F Dn ye jiarlingCharles Wilson and tenants Flo and Johnton delivered to Tom oCgForgo Hill Farmer arc looking very happy over tlieso few spring days Wm Bnitofvi InsitingMisses Iula and Clio Williams Sl eflt the laarMrs J A Anderson and little son Robert of Owingeville are visiting tho formers parents J M Moore anti wife There was a large crowd out to ar Bro Parker Sunday This is last sermon unless they engage m for another yeargLicking Union Jack Hewitt is very poorly with co nsumltioneK W McKinncy and wife visit in Men ifco county Ihursdayst Mrs Frank Williams of Yule iio had boen given up to die is im provingWMissus Fannie Abbott and Ina Daily visited friends and relatives in Rowan county last week nJamesDock Hunt for 25 Ho also sold a horse to Isaac Shouie of Salt Lick for 85aThere have been 10 sheep killed by dogs lately not far from hero the people of this neighborhood ould take to raising more sheep and fewer dogs they would do better East Fork of Flat Croek Sowing tobacco beds is tho order of the day Mrs II T Whitton who line be on the sick list is convalescent Leslie Hcndrix sold n bunch of nice shoats to Mark Hendrix at 4c Charley Darnell bought a cow from his brother W E Darnell for 31 Charlie Edwards who was shot sometime ago is able to go about s omecO S Doggett and wife visited W Risner and family Thursday and Friday Nallaco Perkins who stuck n thorn in his eye some time ago is getting well We are glad to state ittt the Odessa physician removed he thorn front Mr Pr eye in about five minutesrCrooks Corn is selling at 275 per bar r d hereCol Hatton moved to Peel ed Oak last weekoElzio Bailey cut his knee severe ly last week with an ax James Turley sold his farm to Tom Hartgrovo for 250 Henry Craycraft of Clurk Co was here last week on business Bud Carmichael of Stepstone visited relatives here last week Oscar Kendall of near Carring tons Rock visited here last week Mrs Maggie Hart has been very sick the past week but was some better Sunday Mrs Nancy Brown Grandma a ilesi tsRobt Reed and sister of Yale fter spending a weekwith friends here returned to their home Everybody here has taken advan t ago of the nice weather the past week by sowing their tobacco beds Clyde Williams and Henry Goi paster both of Craigs took 43 train here Thursday on th eir- ay to Marshall county Kansas We wish the young men success in the faraway State Morehead A dwelling house belonging to- M G Stamper was burned Wednesday night Tho house is said to have been insured for its value There is talk of the patronage of Hazel Green Aacademy being transferred to this place and consolidated with Morehead Normal School Wo are quite thankful for the Theyocontrast e gloomy weather we have been hav ingThe many Bath county friends of Mrs Ann SPrather will be glad to hear she is enjoying good health though at the advanced age of 7G years Maddogs have caused some ex citement in this vicinity recently About a half dozen have been killed Several have also been pois oned in tho last month It begins to look like wo will have curfew Withmany thanks to the How ards Mill correspondent for telling s of tho whereabouts of the house ess people of that little village wo accept as true the statement that they havo fled to the caves of dTailspondent led the flight In regard to some of Rowans children being so extremely 8Iiekit may be so do not know but it sounds tomeI a We have found but man who could corroborate theI meorrespondenVshero from Bath county six months ago declares thoro is no placo like home and says he will soon return to the sheltering caves of tbo Dev ils Backbone a S T Salt Lick Andrew Cheap spent Stnday in Morehead Henry Wills and W A Whitcomb were itt Owingsvillc Monday Mrs Efllo Gorman of Lexington visited relatives here last week OlymIia Clayton Wesley Wills has moved into Mrs Ida Jacksons house in tho upper end of town C P Pierce has sold to W K Stephens the lot he recently purchased of W A Whitcomb C D Frederick and Leslie Hen sley left Monday to attend 1tu- cas 5aCollege at Lexington JthrcamontliR 6stschoolhouse Howards MillfoWilliam Anderson has been on tho sick list for several days Volney Henry visited relatives at Judy Saturday and SundayaJim Mallory and bride were ti- uests IL of Mrs Mallory Thursday and Friday The farmers arc all ready for ork now as tho weather has open d up and we think spring is here Mrs N S Henry who has been I I8orLittlo Joe Tburman son of ill Thurman foil and broke his nicelyhopeLarge crowds attend our prayer iectings We are glad to see them take such an interest and hope t hey wIllcontinue to come Young nd oldare invited Como one and all SMoore5W R Razor shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati last week Wm Staion bought ayoung horse of Mrs Sibbio McDonald for 25 A J McCarty of Salt Lick vis ited Prof Leonard Cassity Sunday preachnevening Luther Page of Fleming count visited George Flood Saturday aIjD Sunday J M Fanning started from here Monday for Jessamine county to make his future homo Our city dads have taken the hains olr of their front gates Jim McDonald has sold his old sow Charley Hagemoyer was at W T Ellingtons Friday and Salt ir day looking for timber for C C Uugemyer Co George Flood twelve years jpld makes the following report of his trapping and hunting 53 22 quails GO snowbirds and sparrows 3 hawks 2 owls C muskrats minks 1 polecat Bethel A E Trumbo and Will Donhell f Carlisle spent Sunday herewith friends Mrs Charles Wilson is visiting her daughter Mrs Lauer in Lexington Mrs W P Given and Mrs Allie Robertson spent Thursday in Flem ingsburg Mrs Will Baird is visiting her father Squire Chas Wilson near Sherburne S P Baird and wife of Carlisle spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Cy ArraernithaWill Baird and Will Renders on left Monday for Johnsons Station mBros8pentSaturdaybrother Ed Henderson in Nicholas county Miss Amanda Smoot returned to her home in Sherburne after a visit CyrusIje wdersonried last Wednesday at the home of the bride by Elder Robert Tern pieman of Moorefield Stepstone Jaa L Williams is no bettersMrs Mainey Parker went to Preston Monday to visit her sister Mre Wm BlevinssAnn Howard who has been bed fast with tho grip is able to be up and about inside of the house Geo W Payne was visiting hisI daughter Mrs William Blevins at Preston several days last week Our drummer IL C Mend left throughTennessee Geo Connor who had hired to quithimagain J E Carmichael was out at Preston Sunday and Monday last visiting his mother Mrs B A Carmichael Mr and Mrs W T Payne who fLenaare on the improve t Mrs Nancy Crouch who i asR visiting her son Asa W Crouch own on Slate Crook for several returned home Sunday Marion Phipps who went to Lexington some time back to at tond school at the Business College returned home last Saturday to onassist his father with tho work the farm Mrs John Karrick Jr and son who have been visiting relatives around Salt Lick for the past few weeks returned home Saturday w ell pleased with the trip ur Odessa Mrs Jcnottie Snedogar continues poorly Garrett Hawkins moved the first of the week from hero to Salt Lick Mrs Sally Darnell has just completed piecing a quilt containing 1970 pieces W D Darnell bought an aged work mulo last week of Warren Swetn1111 for 20 Mr nod Mrs Cornelius Roberts went to housekeeping last week on J S Andersons place Louis Crump bought Mrs Wm Storys interest in the Cornelius Anderson farm and is building him houso on same F T l S r Jones sold their tobacco last week to J It Jones of Sharpsburg and delivered same at 60 per hundredcrAmbrose T Jones and wife of ickly Ash were guests of the rmers mother Mrs Ruth Jones Saturday night and Sundaym Dr A W Jones has been hob bl ing around for the past week with light stroke of paralysis in one leg but is about O K againh CraiRS Mrs Snedegar is some bettor Elder Kendall filled his appointment at lea Sticks Sunday Dr Robbins of Salt Lick was tit see Mrs Snedegar ono day week Sara Shultz and Mrs Maria Stamper attended church at Slate Valley SundayMIsaac Toy and wife visited on Prickly Ash Sunday tho guests of James Boyd and wife Mrs Butler Toy and little dough ter Alma visited the family of Tamed Snedegar on Roes Run undaydElder Parker preached at Slate Valley Sunday His time ia out thero unless ho is called to labor there another year Newton A Shrout and wife of Owingsville were at tho bedside of Mrs Shrouts mother Mrs Melissa Snedcgar one day last week Deo Rudder moved brick to his homo here after living a year on P Veeour midst Riley Bailey is moving from this neighborhood to near Preston Wo arc sorry to have them go us they were good quiet neighbors kind thoysDied the twoyearold baby of Newt Bramble and wife of Clark Co was brought to the Old Vir ginin burying ground for interment- ono day last week We extend our sympathy to the bereaved parents as this la their second loss in a short time MoorefIoldaMrs A W Durham tins been ill for several daysiBorn to the wife of Sam Booth a daughter Eva Sue Mrs C W Durham visited rela lives in Fleming Co this week Clarence Kash visited his parents from Friday night till Sunday J Tapp line moved to a farm near Weston that ho purchased Alvin Branch and Willie Sprout will clerk in C C Colos store here cMrs ylMies Laura Whalcy visited rel tives and friends here the first of the week Misa Maggie Hickey will com ence a subscription school here arch 12th C W Durham and Thos Vice have each lost a fine milch cow reo contly disease something new C C Colo has moved to his now business house in Carlisle where he will sell readymade clothing Wm Smith has moved to the Morria house Mrs Nancy Myers ill occupy a part of tho houso Mr Rigg bought the tollgate house near hone from J Tapp for same that Tapp paid for it a year ago p Mrs Ella Potts has moved I arlisle where she will tako ition I in a photograph establi mont At Sam Hopkins sale the stc r old as follows milch cows X hogs 5 owes 450 wool 25 cer corn 250 Harry Stone son of Robt Sto V of Kansas City who has made home with his grandfather for Bjf eral years has returned to fathers Miss Amy Thomas of Louisvi who visited near here several siim ere was married March 6th Mr Brandeis a wellknown law io f Louisville 1 J B Durham celebrated his 8 birthday by having some of I friends to dine with him Anio the many good things to eat wartV fouryearold ham Robt Temploman moved to t 7 arm he bought of Wm Broi ra ear Carlisle C C Templeman he farm bought of his broth r oUt James Brumagem to t f house vacated by Coleman Tempi man Mrs Kash and Mrs Hallie H dreth attended the entertainme of Prof Best and wife of Mille fburg They were on the train tic as derailed all the coaches beidfthrown from the track but the c they were in Mrs Kash says Ieawas not a bit frightened althot not knowing at first what vv av wr 0ov f Advertise in The Qutoi iiV a f s r o IlL Upper Prickly Ash Harrison Swotnnm is very poorly Emmett Park and wife visited relatives at Polksville Saturday and Sunday Miss Delia Harmon of Fleming county is visiting her sister Mrs W W Caio C S Ratllff and family of Bald Eagle visited Daniel Harper and wire Sunday W B Power and wife of Ow ingsville viitellat Mrs Jennie Hamiltons Sunday Elder T S Tinsley preached to a large crowd at Harpers school ho use Sundnyafternoon Elder Amos Kendall of Menifee Co visited bis sister Mrs Franc es Hamilton first of tho week Mrs C L Cartmill of Montgom y county visited tier parents Jo soph Nester and wife Sunday Miss Bertio Donaldson of near visited her other Mrs Nancy graniet weok Bybeeog were guests of Loslie Shrout Sunday Misses Bortie C laoylofumilySunday Miss Era Hamilton who had been visiting her aunt Mrs Ella Hamil pnstfourWm and C IL Carr of Mo ntmcounty visited their aunt rs Frances Hamilton Sunday Uing8villeMOtday Flat CreeK The spring poet is now in order Born to Claud Foley and wife aughterbJohn Foley sold a crop of tob co at 8jc John McKinnevan bought a m recently for 40 Allie Roberts was in Paris last w peekOmar Wilson sold a much cow B F Parker for 30 Several from hero attended Slate alley church Sunday familyfromMrs B F Parker has been on the sick list for several daysh youits SickMrs Jas Newman of Salt Lick is visiting her many friends here rOwingsilleweek lineConsidernblobeen done during the recent pleas untwenthcr Sam Williams has declined tim- edettof going West and has ran tedw tobacco land of A G V Cook Miss Catherine Rice who is nt tending school in Mt Sterling is visiting her parents this week Walter Gopher is at home lx college flirting around with fair sex He will take another course in the home school afrcr which he will return to college and graduate Walter says he will sell a secondhand wedding license cry heapaKnob Lick Wo had several nice days Bud Colliver took some nice cattle to market SundaytJ M Colliver is having quite a lot of land cleared up There are several persons in the vicinity who have some fresh milch cows Jas Lowe has rented the Matt Costigan property and will move MondayThere is a young man here rep sentiqg the Knoxville mines who is doing a nice businessrQuito a lot of stock passed hero for the Owingsville market prInci- pally horses mules and eonjo Ll r ta 1 a a p pI4 m1a B I S H B I A 4 To c p A 1 i SharpsourK C C Boyd made a trip to Car- lisle Wednesday thFrankM motJohn Roberts of Mt Stenliu was a visitor hero last weekIWilliam Moore of w haastrip Cbas Hill of the firm of W Hill k Son of Paris was hero si crol diys last week onVth W thailerMarried on Thursday March 8th near Springfield Joo Eicher and Miss Creth McLean Miss Laura Withers returned from a visit to Winchester Friday accompanied by her cousin Miss Sadie Nolceni Misses Lena Howard and IJaI lIre 1 J a cndana before returning The nice weather for the last few days has caused tIme surrounding country to be decorated with tobacco canvas Thero will be rge acreage put out At least It l to 6 slhippeddeniers SterlingWednesday M PTr ears Mr tharriedsister Miss Ann Dabney Ho Presbyterianvices were conducted by Rev Henry placeTbursdayn pleyItawell remembered y many of our citizens cJUdy twoIeTom Warner sold a horse for 100 He also bought a brandnew liacton ton Old honest Joo Blackburn dc ounes the trusts but be holds corner on funeral orations t flhesowed their usual number of tobacco beds openedhisnight we intend to go down stir oil one kettlefulCS enjoyAIf boyWithf Poor old honest Joe one of most pitiable sights to H hunter is jjfromMarried Mr rthisday of IIt Sterling We congrat nlate Mr and Mrs alorthylong and happy lifo unprejudicedrocky for more than a century jjhotowentcr the ambition for conquest and power is to lead us away from theE principles of the republiccMaddogs and sheepkilling dogs re still raging in this section We heartily endorse the bill which has been introduced in the Legislature providing for a tax of SI on all Jimbursothrough depredations of dogs The money is to be collected by the shorilfand the surplus over and yenrisThe writer had the pleasure to pick up a Kansas City paper the followingfromwriter Jacob Johnson who was roared in tbis county and is aniof Col Tom Johnson We received a complimentary letterI f viaincyardjqprrespondtneo Kendall of Ky who lived here two years ago lie was our aol Th b teort w diilling If Mr Kendall will present o wurC sulianleyC apt Bill Conner ho will confer a favor manyfriendsdances of the season laPt Wednes giveninCaBsitys cousin Miss Katie Cooper a L M cbiddletownp pueoplecirclingiold Shanghai announced the ap roach of morn before tbe crowd dispersed when all departed with warm hearts w QmerryMr Cassity is one of tbo boys himself LOST Bor Co IN 1950 in triesApiesAsnentCares tAsHe has good taste in cutting out And sewing bis own clothes That means economy no doubt But fathers cooking goes I really must insist that Jake Shall seek a cooking school QAsAnd then how proud and glad Ill be di When mIL brings father here m hear her say Its plain to see Jacob cau cook my dear ca Now Orleans Picayune 1 tWf oN I yJr i UprtenClarape q man you have no doubt noticed at my attentions of late have been re than those of a mere friend I 4 yougPardon me for interrupting you lI o8aid the practical maiden but s tbo lot you wish mo to share a good house on it with all the mod improvement8ELH IVSOLD THEM CUKPLTAt a wo m dayegame with the What do ey call a blackcat in England fA number of the members had been in England but they all had to give it up The riddlemaker smiled sweetly as she trumped her partners ace in j true traditional stvle Cant guess Why kitty kitty just tho same as anywhere else New York Mail and Express COMMISSIONERS SALE 0BATH CIRCUIT COURTe RW Plaintiffvt iRW Wooley Sr and other Defendants nBlrtcQof a Judgment of the Until Clr A xcult Court rendered In the above cause on the SlOt day of February 1900 the unde- rguei3aster Commissioner of the Bath rcuit Court th NeCourt Douse door In the town of Owln jsvllleln the County of Bath and State of Kentucky nt about the hour of twtlTe oclocknoon of SATDBDAT 3IARCH IT e following described property towlt beingI1SbeIng that part of the estate of Mary H Milt 7Creeksnace and the old Howard Mill and Block House Iron Mines and bounded as follows Beginning at a point on figure on the atlatamlddloor the Owingsville and reston turnpike at the southeast end of the Iron Bridge over state Creek thence with Slate Creek and the Sand Road N E1 chains to a stake at figure 2 on the south east bank of the creek and north side of the Bond Rood and corner to Gen William Prestons heirs thence with said Sand Road and said Preston heirs B 77 E 8 chains to a stake at figures thence N 70 E chain to figure J thence N38 Ell chains to figure S thence 8 73 E J7 chains to figure 8 thence c 9hainsmiddle of the old Sand Boodand corner to aS thencevrE4cha1nstostakentsugtbenes E 10 chains to figure 1Othence N SSf Echains to 1Igure thence E S chains to thence N 87iE IS SMCOcbalns to stone in the middle of the old Hand Road called the Ike Clarke corner and corner to a thencelongtheroad5hickory stump at figure corner to Felix Clark thence leaving the road SSS E 9 7100 thenand corner to Felix lark andlfred Ilart at figure 15f thence with Alfred Hart and William Jackson B 37 W 25 chains to a beech tree at figure 15cc c 0400hainsof a road corner to Jackson ant William andhIcorner to Wright IhenceSSOESIcbalnsto small white oat at figure 19 corner to +rout and Copher and tbe other or second actof William Preston heirs lot hencewith said WllIiamPreston line a K 37 W chaIns to a take at dure D on the orthbankof Mill Cre k Just below tho ittmouth of tho Uluo Bank fork of 0I1Sso to Wlckllffe Preston or the Piedmont iid i 77Ji Xmyto ii H NV7cha1nstoflgue21 dgurei N COW 3 chains to figure s 8 ttW chains tn Qguro 27 W chains to figure 5 lIgUreIJo1I Ewtng thence leaving the creek wjth KwIngXoW toloo chains to iv large sycamore tree at figure corner So IHK thence N 54 W 40 chains to middle f Mill Creek crossing Preston pike at 81 thenoQdownthocrecknsltrunst5 flgure32N59 E 5 chains to S3 N SI E ft c is Swschainstoto 37 N chains to figure S8NSSW8 chains to figure a N 2 chains tojflgure 40 ITOWS hains to figure the mouth of Mill Creek tHistecreek thence down SlateJCreek as runs JJ STJi W S chains to figure 41 X 19 W 1 18 chains to figure CN S3 E 8 chains to fig ure4 N4iKE 13 S1CO chains to the begln wnli containing sixteen hundred and thirtyfive ad 87100 acres Second All that lot or tract of land ad- Jacent to tho village of Olympla Kentucky i WYoungsplan Springs Pike and theCounty BoaoN 73 m E l 810 feet to Btake i thence S 5 E nQ i feet to a stoke thence S72S1W to a stake on the side ot the Olympian Springs Pike thence with said pike to the place of begin ngcontainingI271wncresfronwbi iabove described lot Is to be deducted small lot 63 by 188 feet belonging to L aIJackson containing 27100 of an acre leav twelve 12 acres In the above lot I Third All tliStparcel of land adjacent to JLfeetastance of feet The Commlsslonerwlll sell the first tract fof Rand above described as a whole and he J hill not ccept any bid therefor of a mtlin lUjesX The last two t he will also sell as one whole and lessftnot accept any price therefor of a less than 273 Said sales will be made upon credits of six and twelve months for equal Installmentof the purchase money the purchaser being trequired to execute bond to the Commli sloner for the purchase price with approved security bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale until fpa thelandsol4tilthosamearefnjlypaidun taermayithe so elects pay all of the he money In cash G C EWEf G Commissioner Thornton WebbAttys d Kerr Morton dDarnall G C J2 For a Good Shave FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT OR SHAMPOO ao TO THE i ShopInSpecial attention paid to clean t g anti trimming ladles and chil yourhouse 1y ROBERT JOHNSON SPRING1900 11 TREESI PLANTSrVINESI Everything for orchard lawn and Kentuckyape vines Strawberry plantsrparagus and goods or narily grown in such an establish eat General Nursery and Straw berry catalogues to be had on Ption tp H F HILLENMETBB Lexington Ky i